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Clark warns of weak U.S. foreign policy
Gen. Wesley Clark speaks passionately about foreign policy and the importance of using war as a last
resort during his speech at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center on Wednesday.
By ELIZABETH HILLAKER
Alligator Contributing Writer
Gen. Wesley Clark said America's
foreign policy has been mostly inef-
fective in a speech on Wednesday
night commemorating the fourth
anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001. He
took hard stances on economic, mili-
tary and diplomatic issues.
"You don't win a war by kill-
ing people, you win it by changing
people's ideas," Clark told an audi-
ence of about 1,000 at the Stephen
C. O'Connell Center. The speech
was sponsored by Accent, Student
Government speaker's bureau.
Clark, who made an unsuccessful
bid for the Democratic presidential
nomination in 2004, said he hadn't
ruled out the possibility of running
for president again in a press confer-
ence before the speech.
He also commented on the dev-
astation of Hurricane Katrina, saying
he would have been on the ground in
New Orleans from day one.
However, foreign policy was a
larger theme of the general's speech.
While the United States has not been
hit by another terrorist attack since
Sept. 11, 2001, the number of terror-
ist attacks worldwide has increased,
He advocated reducing the
government's overreliance on the
military and instead empowering
ideological arguments against those
who use religion for murder.
"If you want to win, you start
going on the offensive with ideas,"
"If you want to win, you
start going on the offensive
U.S. Army general
The military is the first weapon if
someone wants to tell the American
public he is serious; however,
the military shouldn't be the first
weapon of choice, Clark said, "but
the last, last, last."
He also said the American
government needs a new strate-
gic framework for success in the
war -against terrorism and should
be communicating with Iran and
North Korea about the proliferation
of weapons of mass destruction. -
Concerning economics he
warned that the United States is
facing competition from China and
SEE CLARK, PAGE 8
Hazing inquiry lingers
* CHARGES HAVE NOT BEEN DE-
TERMINED AFTER THREE MONTHS.
By KYLIE CRAIG
The Dean of Students Office has yet
to file charges against Pi Kappa Alpha
Fraternity, though a hazing complaint was
filed against the organization more than
three months ago.
The complaint, filed by Pike member
Troy Devine, includes detailed reports of
hazing, online conversations with other
members about hazing and, in one conver-
sation, a death threat made against him.
Though the office received it in June,
Associate Dean of Students Paige Crandall
said the alleged incident remains under
investigation because Devine withdrew the
complaint but later decided to follow up on
it in July.
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"This is not an open-and-shut case," she
said. "We're trying to make sure we have all
Devine originally sent the complaint to
Director of Student Judicial Affairs Cyrus
Williams, who resigned in early August to
attend graduate school.
Crandall has taken on Williams' respon-
sibilities until his permanent replacement
arrives sometime in October.
Crandall said her office has not yet con-
tacted the fraternity because charges have
not been determined, and also because
Devine sent the same complaint to Pike's
"They (national officers) are at this point
not taking any type of movement," she said.
The complaint details a hazing proce-
dure called "scrubbing," where pledges
were told to scrub the bathroom floor of the
fraternity house until their knuckles bled.
Pike's national Web site defines hazing
SEE HAZING, PAGE 8
X UF junior Sean Liston had
been counting down the days
until he could stumble down
the sidewalk on University
Avenue, proudly flashing his
license at every bartender
who had ever stood between
him and beer. The university
had a subsidized alternative.
See story, pg. 5.
Books, coffee may mix
By JUSTIN RICHARDS
Despite opposition from UF's li-
brary director, officials are pushing for a
Starbucks franchise at the rebuilt Library
"It's not the Starbucks library. It's the
University of Florida's library," Director of
Libraries Dale Canelas said.
Canelas originally planned for a small
kiosk that serves Starbucks coffee and a
few prepackaged snacks, not a full-service
Assistant Vice President for Finance
and Administration Bob Miller said a
Starbucks would enhance the library's
"The mixing of coffee and bookstores
UF to reveal offense to Tennessee
There's a reason why some people
call Urban Meyer's offense tricky and
But so far in his two games as UF's
coach, the only electric play to leave
Meyer's headset was a 26-yard Andre
Caldwell reverse against Louisiana
Tennessee's arrival, however, could
spark a spread-offense revival.
See story, pg. 21.
seems to go real well," he said.
Canelas seemed to agree about coffee,
but she said a "big food operation" is
not compatible with a library because it
attracts cockroaches, termites and other
Student "When there's not
U et enough food, they eat
books," she said.
Library East had to be fumigated in the
early '90s because book glue and bindings
had been eaten, Canelas said.
Food and drinks may be restricted to
the library's ground floor, however, where
there is no book storage.
Canelas also said the full Starbucks,
which requires more space than a kiosk,
would encroach on the 2,500 square feet
available for the 24-hour study lounge
SEE STARBUCKS, PAGE 8
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005 K ALLIGATOR, 3
-r. Promoters turning to (chalk) dust
By HEATHER RAPP
Alligator Contributing Writer
Just when you thought side-
walk chalk was only good for
hopscotch and four-square box-
es, marketing companies are tap-
ping into the temporary medium
to promote their products on UF
Scrawl on walls and side-
walks, and you can probably
count on daily Florida rain to
wash it away.
But there may be another
problem: Chalking violates cam-
Attack! Marketing kicked off
a week-long guerilla-marketing
campaign Monday for its new
first-person shooter video game,
The marketers moved around
the UF campus, stenciling 30 to
40 images of the game's logo in
chalk, program manager Sylvia
Chalking on campus property
is often done by organizations to
Ed Poppell, vice president of
finance and administration at
UF, said he was unaware of the
"There is no authorization to
chalk sidewalks," Poppell said.
"It would be prohibited."
Anyone caught chalking most
likely will be asked to clean it up
or pay for the cost to have it re-
moved, he said.
"I don't think it's defacing
because it's all stuff that
can be removed. I'm not
making anything that's
While University Police are
not actively enforcing laws
against chalking, the act is still
vandalism, UPD spokesman Joe
"The chalk can usually be
erased, but it can be considered
criminal mischief," Sharkey said.
"Technically, it's defacing
property that doesn't belong to
However, he said the issue is
not a major concern for UPD.
"As long as it's not offensive,
we're usually not called out to
do something about it," Sharkey
Tankiewicz, who was in
charge of the chalking campaign,
said she doesn't see anything
wrong with using it as a promo-
"I don't think it's defacing be-
cause it's all stuff that can be re-
moved," she said. "I'm not mak-
ing anything that's permanent."
Monday's promotional art-
work gave no information about
what Darkwatch is, leaving some
But that's what makes it a
teaser campaign, Tankiewicz
"If someone's like, 'Oh, what's
Darkwatch?' all you have to do is
to go online," she said.
An additional 6,000 pieces
of advertising were dispersed
throughout campus Tuesday and
Wednesday, including 5,000 fli-
ers, Tankiewicz said.
Litter from the distribution
of such fliers typically causes
the most problems for campus,
"We contact those companies
and ask them not to do that, and
also charge them for cleanup if
we deem it necessary," he said.
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By STEPHEN MAGRUDER
In an effort to keep up with top
universities, UF plans to take a seri-
ous look into providing more com-
prehensive healthcare coverage for
its nearly 4,000 graduate assistants.
While nothing is definite Vice
President for Human Resources
Kyle Cavanaugh said Wednesday
that UF would explore the market
to see what kind of coverage could
be offered in place of the annual sub-
sidy graduate assistants are given to
help cover healthcare expenses.
"It's an important issue for us
in terms of our ability to compete
nationally," Cavanaugh said.
He added that though it's too
early to estimate when a decision
would be made, healthcare at UF
was an issue of "ongoing concern."
UF offers healthcare coverage
to graduate and undergraduate
students through Scarborough
Insurance Company. But the cover-
age doesn't reflect the increasing
needs of graduate assistants, such
as eye or dental care, said Todd
Reynolds, co-president of UF's
graduate student union, Graduate
injury only," Reynolds said. "It's not
Reynolds said the union has
fought to secure comprehensive
healthcare since 1980.
For the 2004-2005 school year,
graduate assistants who either
taught or conducted research for UF
were given a $400 subsidy to help
pay for healthcare. This year, those
students will receive $500.
"It's not enough to cover every-
thing," he said. "It's not even close."
Erica Pittman, chairwoman of
the union's healthcare committee,
said more than a dozen universi-
ties comparable to UF in graduate
education offer subsidies that cover
a majority of the healthcare costs for
their graduate assistants.
However, UF graduate as-
sistants buying coverage through
Scarborough are paying for insur-
ance plans that do not differentiate
between them and the rest of UF's
population of nearly 49,000.
"We're thrown into a pool with
many, many more undergradu-
ates," Pittman said. "The existing
Scarborough plan has never been
particularly good for graduate stu-
Scarborough provides two
healthcare plans for treatment only
at UF's Student Health Care Center.
Plan A costs $364 for students 25 and
younger and $490 for those older.
Its Web site states Plan A is meant
as a supplement to another plan.
Scarborough's Plan B insurance
covers treatment at and outside UF
at a yearly cost of $1,262, or about
$105 a month, for students 25 and
younger and $1,588, or $132 a
month, for students 26 and older.
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UF pushes dry birthdays
By VANESSA GARCIA
Alligator Contributing Writer
UF junior Sean Liston had been count-
ing down the days until he could stumble
down the sidewalk on University Avenue,
proudly flashing his license at every bar-
tender who had ever stood between him
But a week before his 21st birthday,
an orange-and-blue e-mail popped up in
Liston's university account suggesting he
substitute drinking with a free movie and
ice cream on the night of his birthday.
The e-mail is part of UF's cani-
paign against binge drinking and is
programmed to be sent to students'
GatorLink e-mail acccounts before their
The Dean of Students Office and the
Student Health Care Center cooperated
to develop this program in January 2004,
said Vinnie Taranto, technology specialist
at the Dean of Students Office.
There were some computer problems
preventing students from getting the
messages in the summer, Taranto said.
The program now sends an average of 25
e-mails per day.
Dean of Students Gene Zdziarski said
each e-mail offers a free movie ticket do-
nated by Gator Cinemas and a free ice
cream donated by Cold Stone Creamery
between the hours of 9 p.m. and 1 a.m. on
each student's 21st birthday the time
when most students go to bars.
The e-mail urges students to avoid
drinking games, sleeping when intoxi-
cated and warning that large amounts of
alcohol consumption may result in death.
Students who have received the e-mail
share mixed views.
"I absolutely laughed at it because go-
ing to get ice cream and watch a movie is
not at the top of my list
when deciding how
to celebrate my 21st
birthday," said Liston,
who turned 21 Monday.
"Students count the
days until they can
drink legally. It's a rite
Zdzlarski Two or three stu-
dents per week redeem their free ice
cream, said Vickie Parker, shift manager
at Cold Stone Creamery on Archer Road.
Three days after each student's 21st
birthday the center sends an e-mail request
to fill out an anonymous follow-up survey
asking about the coupons and the student's
drinking habits, said Tavis Glassman,
health-promotion specialist at SHCC.
"The goal of the survey is to prevent
any alcohol-related consequence as severe
as fatalities or as minor as hangovers," he
Talk helps evacuees adjust
By CASSIDY MILLS
Alligator Contributing Writer
UF officials spoke to newly enrolled
Hurricane Katrina evacuees Wednesday in
hopes of helping them adjust to everyday
life in Gainesville.
Representatives from the Office of the
University Registrar, Office for Student
Financial Affairs, Off-Campus Life and oth-
ers updated about 50 students on informa-
tion they hoped would aid their transition.
"We know you've been through a lot,
and we want to do everything we can to
help and support you," Dean of Students
Gene Zdziarski said. "We're going to do
everything we can to make this a produc-
After listening to speakers the students
formed small groups to meet people.
"My biggest need right now is just hav-
ing a sense of belonging somewhere," said
Ana Maria Saaibi, a fourth-year mechanical
engineering student who came to UF from
Tulane University. "I have only a suitcase
with two pairs of jeans and two pairs of
flip-flops. That's all I have."
University Police officials warned the
students about common misdemeanors,
underage drinking and parking problems.
Jeff Holcomb of the UPD Community
Services Division recommended new stu-
dents ride bicycles around campus instead
of driving a car because of the hassles
involved with parking violations and the
difficulty of finding parking.
"It's a hunting permit, not a parking de-
cal," he said.
Diana Hull from the Office of the
University Registrar told students that the
UF administration hadn't decided if the
hurricane evacuees, now classified as tran-
sient students, would be able to enroll at UF
permanently in the Spring.
"My biggest need right now is
just having a sense of belonging
somewhere. I have only a suit-
case with two pairs of jeans and
two pairs of flip-flops. That's all I
Ana Maria Saaibi
Tulane University mechanical
Student leaders also attended the event,
offering practical advice to those new to the
Although the times are desperate for
these displaced students, some like Anne
Maher have found a second home at UF.
Maher, an anthropology graduate student
at Tulane, said the department at UF has
made her feel very Welcome.
"One of the professors put me up in his
house," Maher said. "They've all been very
In addition to her professor, Maher said
she received about five or six offers for
places to live.
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UF officials and union
should look to future
ll the fighting and bureaucratic paperwork are over.
The Editorial Board feels like a child whose sepa-
rated parents miraculously reconciled.
University officials have decided to enter negotiations with
the faculty union, ending years of strife and bickering.
But is it really all over?
The Public Employee Relations Commission sided with the
ruling of the First District Court of Appeals, which stated that
the union should have been recognized since 1976.
UF's highest governing body, the Board of Trustees, decided
to reject the union's official existence in 2003.
So that's two years when university officials could do as they
We'd hate to see them get away with that and continue along
their rosy existence as if it never happened. The United Faculty
of Florida was forced to deal with endless red tape and court
proceedings. Every effort fell to it simply because the univer-
sity wanted to jump-start its intended replacement, the Faculty
What can we say? Life sucks.
But revenge isn't in the best interest of anyone. If the union
and administrators hate each other, every negotiation will take"
months to resolve, while the faculty waits for the security it
In a press release, UF President Bernie Machen pointed out
that even though UF wasn't recognizing the union, faculty was
given a 5-percent raise this year and a 4-percent raise last year.
It was all part of the administration's campaign to be trusted
so that the faculty would think a union unnecessary
Administrators prefer not to be bound by unions because of
a fear that union officials won't understand money constraints
and thus will demand more than can be given responsibly.
Instead of just saying this, the administration makes point-
For years the prominent explanation was that UF was part
of the American Association of Universities, and most member
universities don't have a union. Ergo, we don't need one.
That's just weak.
Then UF officials tried to get the faculty to warm up to
We understand the merits of this, and we don't blame the
officials for wanting it. It keeps a venue for the faculty's voice,
while maintaining the administration hierarchy.
But it's like trying to get a child to play with the original
Nintendo when he has owned an Xbox. Both include all the
characters and fun fighting, but one has a bunch of nifty
It just wasn't going to happen.
Machen wanted the faculty to trust that he would protect its
interests without a legally binding agreement. While he might
very well be trustworthy in this.job, a union is there to make,
sure everyone plays fair. Laws are set in stone; people's whims
So the Editorial Board is glad Machen and other administra-
tors decided to give it up.
And if Machen really wants more of the faculty represented,
then maybe both sides can discuss it civilly.
Each of the excluded schools, such as the Levin College of
Law, could vote individually. Now that there's no threat of
these faculty members involuntarily preventing the union's
existence, officials can talk about including those who want to
We're confused about whether these specialized schools
want it or not, but we think it's worth pursuing.
UF kept up its fight against the union for much too long.
Let's just hope this delayed surrender won't be the beginning of
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Florida's coast in danger of oil drilling
s if the lack of response to Katrina's devastat-
ing wrath and the jumbled conflict in Iraq aren't
enough, Republicans are ready to add insult to
Environmentalists get ready; you're going to have to
defend the Gulf of Mexico coastline from drilling.
Since Katrina has damaged much of the oil production
and refining capacity in the Gulf, lawmakers are opting to
permanently remove the moratoriums on drilling along
the Gulf coastline.
Proponents of the bill claim only a small section of the
eastern Gulf would be used. The drilling is to begin about
100 miles south of Pensacola and stretch 50 miles to the
But this initially small concession could merely give
way to greater problems in the future. Eventually, the
entire coastline might be opened.
Furthermore, most Florida politicians have opposed
offshore drilling for years, claiming oil spills or pollution
would upset tourism and ruin the west coast's beaches.
Seems obvious, right?
Leaders from the House Natural Resources Committee
are writing the bill, which most likely will split the Florida
But the controversy reaches beyond Florida. Mississippi
residents have been battling their own senators concern-
ing the same issue since August before Katrina hit.
In fact, 3,000 residents from Mississippi rallied in late
August, protesting drilling near the barrier islands and
Gulf Islands National Seashore.
The real message is clear. Hurricane Katrina is the
scapegoat that oil drilling proponents having been look-
ing for to work a long-standing agenda into the forefront
of the Florida Legislature.
Amy Eisinger Florida Republican senators
Speaking Out claim that opening this small section
for drilling, would lower gas prices
and put less strain on the oil economy as a whole.
Sound good? Sure. But oil rigs can take years to set
up, meaning that most of the damage from Katrina will
be corrected before, any drilling in the Gulf can even
Draining the Gulf of its natural resources will offer no
immediate relief from the strain Americans currently face
at the gas pump.
The federal government needs to look for short-term
ways to alleviate the spike in gas prices due to Katrina.
However, focusing on the Gulf isn't the answer.
The proposal is expected to be added to a larger budget
proposal that Congress will review later this month.
Since this ridiculous idea obviously would not pass as
normal legislation, it could be presented as part of a bud-
get process, meaning it is immune to filibuster and only
needs a majority to pass. The same budget will include a
move to open up the Artic National Wildlife Refuge for
In other words, presenting this bill will bring environ-
mentalists' worst nightmares toreality.
Yet there remains a glimmer of hope. After an ini-
tial hearing last Thursday, 21 of Florida's 25 members
of Congress sent a letter to U.S. Interior Secretary Gale
Norton pleading that the moratoriums be maintained.
Unfortunately, they're not the only ones who decide.
The drilling would most directly affect those living in and
Those are some nice beaches. Let's hope they stay that
Amy Eisinger is an english major.
The views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator.
Today's question: Should a
section of the Gulf of Mexico b.e
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Letters to the Editor
Use of "nigga" detrimental to society
The generic picture of Kanye West and
Condoleezza Rice in Tuesday's Alligator, not
to mention the inscription of "Nigga please!"
inside the cartoon bubble, was largely ir-
responsible and inappropriate on the part of
the cartoonist and the editors overseeing the
publication of the cartoon.
As the university is struggling with a
decline in minority enrollment, I believe the
cartoon undermined the efforts of student and
administrative groups that strive to make UF
a more inclusive community.
Sure, some black Americans have taken
ownership of the term "nigga." Yet others,
like myself, feel the word is detrimental to the
growth of my community. Furthermore, we
deserve the right to be respected in a media
that is so widely circulated on campus and the
greater Gainesville community.
While all the black students and other mi-
nority students on campus claim the right of
free speech, we also need to be careful of how
we identify ourselves and our communities.
That same right to free speech that protects
us protects others, including the artist of
Ashley N. Mitchell
a N .
Cartoon correctly brings issues forward
It's used generously by the black rappers
we listen to. It's used flippantly by black ac-
tors and comedians in the shows we watch.
Hell, it can even be overheard while walking
through Turlington Plaza. Yet when a skinny
white cartoonist uses a derivative of the word
to make a point in a political cartoon, it's la-
beled ignorant and derogative.
I'm sorry, but the Black Student Union's
complaint has absolutely no merit, and their
response is nothing more than a knee-jerk,
calcified, obligatory reaction.
. If members of BSU are offended by the use
of this word by others at UF, I have two words
for them: Charlie Murphy.
When Charlie Murphy, a comedian from
"Chappelle's Show," came to UF last, semes-
ter, he used the word several times and even
made jokes regarding Muslims.
Where was BSU? Rolling on the floor
I don't blame them. I was laughing too.
However, unlike the various comedians
who use the word, Marlette's brilliant cartoon
was not meant to make people laugh. It was
meant to draw attention to the absurdity of
West's remarks regarding President Bush
by having Condi Rice say a phrase that is
completely out'of character for her. Yet, it's a
phrase that West and other rappers know all
Marlette and the editorial staff used the
word in the right context and in the right envi-
ronment and should be applauded for bring-
ing these sensitive issues to the forefront.
Freedoms should be used with wisdom
I write to you in response to the recent car-
toon depicting Kanye West and Condoleezza
Rice as well as the numerous letters to the edi-
tor that have addressed campus diversity in
recent months. I believe the use of the n-word
in the cartoon reflects the poor judgment of the
artist and editorial staff of the Alligator.
Despite the use of this word in popular
media and the youth culture of today, many
individuals with a sense of history, justice and
equality still find the n-word, and all other
symbols of hatred, to be. distasteful and in-
sulting. For many, the n-word is not a term of
endearment or a hip lyric from the latest CD.
Certainly, the issues of "freedom of expres-
sion" and "freedom of the press" underlie the
decision to run the cartoon, but one would
hope the exercise of these freedoms would be
guided by wisdom and discretion.
On the matter of campus diversity, it is in-
teresting to note that most of the letters to the
editor on the subject of campus diversity have,
in a very stereotypical manner, correlated in-
feriority or low standards to this goal. As we
know, UF has very high admission standards,
which have been established by the creden-
tials of our students. We also know that under
the One Florida Initiative, race is not used in
the admissions process. I personally know that
UF seeks to attract the very best students!
Therefore, any argument that equates di-
versity with lowering the standards is a weak
argument. From my perspective, the notion of
diversity is about more than just increasing
the number of underrepresented students
(structural diversity). Diversity also includes
how we interact with each other. Becoming a
university that better reflects the demograph-
ics of our state will not in itself make us a more
prestigious university. However, if we just try
a little harder to move outside our comfort
zones and reach across imagined human
boundaries, each of us might be a little better
prepared to flourish in the world beyond our
I challenge every member of the Gator
Nation to give serious thought to what it
means to be a Gator. Is your Gator identity one
of exclusion and limited perspective, or are.
Gators truly world leaders in a broad sense?
Terry L. Mills, Ph.D.
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Whistleblower allegedly robbed after complaint
'America needs to lead'
CLARK, from page 1
India and that those countries' markets are four times the size
of the United States'.
He said economics builds education, which builds a military
challenge. China is the one country in the next 30 or 40 years
that will pose a threat, he said.
Therefore, the United States needs to strengthen its relation-
ship with Europe, he said, because of its similarly-
sized economy, population and shared values.
On "We're the leader," he said. "America needs
Campus to lead."
The audience reacted with bursts of applause
throughout the speech.
"General Clark isn't the most charismatic man in the world,"
said UF student Ray Seaman, a political science major. "But his
statement definitely rang dear with a world and nation that is
desperate for real leadership."
In a question-and-answer session after Clark's speech,
several students expressed concerns about America's inaction
about the genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan.
"We've seen it, called it genocide and should've put an end
to it years ago," Clark said.
He encouraged students to involve the cable media in Sudan.
"You need the power of imagery," he said.
HAZING, from page 1
as "any form of physical abuse,"
as well as "any activity that might
reasonably be expected to bring
physical harm to the individual;
any activity that might reasonably
be expected to degrade or otherwise
compromise the dignity of the indi-
vidual," among others.
Devine's complaint also included
a copy of an online conversation
with another fraternity member in
which he said, "I'm gonna slit your
throat" to Devine.
Although he said he was "ostra-
cized" for speaking up about the
hazing, Devine wrote in the com-
plaint that other fraternity members
felt the same way he did.
One was Pi Kappa Alpha house
dad Ricky Caplin, who Devine said
was also outspoken internally about
problems in the organization.
Devine also named a fraternity
member who experienced "scrub-
bing" as a pledge in Spring 2005 and
whose parents saw his wounds from
"They wanted to make an issue
of their son's situation until some
students in the chapter convinced
them that it was not related to the
house but that their son had a roller-
blading accident," Devine wrote.
Devine didn't end his complaints
with the dean's office and national
headquarters. On June 4 he also filed
a report with the Gainesville Police
According to the report, a GPD
officer was contacted in .reference to
a burglary at the Pike house, where
Devine was living.
The report states the officer could
not locate any signs of forced entry
to gain access to the house, but that
the suspect had "ransacked every-
thing" in Devine's room.
"There was peanut butter, honey
mustard and shower gel thrown all
over the walls, floor and bed," an
officer wrote in the report. "About
$1,800 $2,000 ... worth of stereo
and computer equipment along
with approximately 30 DVDs were
The report emphasized the lack
of evidence indicating forced entry
from outside the house. Police asked
Devine if he had problems with
any of the fraternity members, but
Devine responded that he didn't,
according to the report.
Previously, Devine said he didn't
want the fraternity shut down by
any means, but he wanted changes
to be made regarding the hazing.
His complaint also included a
letter sent from his mother detailing
her son's experience.
"Once all these things came to
light, -as a parent, I could not stand
by and allow these children to be
abused," she wrote.
Hazing is against UF policy and
according to the Office of Fraternity
and Sorority Affairs, "those being
hazed and the perpetrators may
face sanctions up to and including
removal from the university and a
loss of chapter recognition" if they
are found judicially responsible..
Crandall said if the fraternity is
charged and found guilty of hazing,
suspension of the chapter "would be
"We're trying to do this as quick-
ly as possible, but I don't want to be
hasty," Crandall said.
Pike President John Allen did not
return calls to the Alligator.
Library director on Starbucks:
STARBUCKS, from page 1
that would comprise the ground floor.
"That will knock out about half the seating
in the place. That's not acceptable," she said.
Miller said the caf6 is still in the planning
stage, and specific square footage is unknown.
He did say Starbucks would bring "a big-
ger space to serve more students," as well as a
'1 don't think it's our job to be a profit-making center'
broader line of pastries and coffee.
"It gives students more choices, more op-
tions, more convenience," Miller said.
The franchise likely would generate more
revenue than a small concession counter, Vice
President for Finance and Administration Ed
All UF ftod services are run by Aramark
Corporation, which pays the university a 10.4-
percent commission on its campus revenue.
Canelas said more than one million people
- and potential caf6 customers visited the
old Library West yearly.
"I don't think ifs our job to be a profit-mak-
ing center," she said.
Miller said that money is used to expand
and maintain UF's dining facilities.
Canelas said the money Aramark pays" to
run a franchise, which includes promotion
material, Starbucks decor and extra storage,
would sap students' wallets.
"All of these costs are being passed on to
students in higher coffee prices," she said.
Last Spring at a Library West-planning fo-
cus group, students suggested a study lounge
with a "Starbucks-like" environment.
Student Body President Joe Goldberg said
these focus groups showed students' desire
for a full-service coffee shop in the library.
"It's my duty and my job to make sure that
that happens," Goldberg said.
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W ho knew selling Alpha-Bits could spell L-A-W-S-LU-I-T'
Rocco Monteleone. owner of local business Bow,.ls
A Cereal oint, didn't. But David Roth ot Cereabtv did
When MNonteleone took the hrst steps toward making
hi- novel little idea cit a cate a reality in October ot last year.
he never thought about compebhon
Game-ville had never seen a cereal cafe
Other states had though. Roth and his blusLne.s partner
Rick Bacher \were the first business o-wners to sell cereal
Ln a restaurant setting in 2003 with Cerealit locations. in
-Anzona llhmoe and Penns, lvarua
\\'iule Cereahty hasn't patented selling cereal it Es pretty
Roth and Bacher ha, e pending business--method patents
for si\ specific elements of ho>w the\ sell cereal, including
"dispLiming and nuing c:ompebtbvelv branded ftcd prod-
ucts" and adding "a third portion ot liquid."
Lt cone fl'. in NMonteleone's nulk wasn't enough, a third
cereal-onl\ cafe opening in Nhiami this tall has joined the
irav creating a threc-way battle over the cereal tad that
threatens to put powerful lawyers to work.
W\e knew. the idea %wotld be good. Roth said in a
phone Lmteri'ew Fnda\. "This is an idea that has never been
He said Cereahty boasts. "muscular partners,' like
Pepsico Ine'., Quaker Oiats cereal conglomerate and
an alhance with the "Got Nilk" irutiahve. In March.
CereaLtv hired Perkins Cole LLP the Seattle-based
law tirm with a focus on lockdown patents that Roth
-aid allow inv etors to be protective of their original
"I cannot emphasize enough patent protection," he
Cereaitv representative LLa Kovitz said Cereality at-
torne%; sent letters to both Bowls and Mianu's The Cereal
Bowl threatening "serious legal consequences' it thev in-
tnnge on Cereahty's extensive trademark protecbon.
"Our legal team takes these matters very seriously and
will continue to monitor their activities clo-ely to ensure
proper results Kovitz said
But Monteleone isn't worked.
'Then \ou wouldn't have MlcDonald's Burger king
and WVend\'s." he said Or a tattoo place on tht corner
Or a barber shop over there."
,\ Accordinig to Lif law pro-
f. tessor and intellectual prop-
.7 N- erty expert Elizabeth Rowe.
By BRETT KELMAN and
Tim Hussln/' Allgator
Rocco Monteleone, owner of Bowls A Cereal Joint, waits on a customer in his restaurant Bowls is facing patent
disputes over serving cereal in a restaurant.
are hard to get. consisting of less than 1 percent ot all
patent applications reviewed b% the LI S Patent and
For a business method patent to be issued, an applicant
must prove a need to defend novelty without overly inhib-
iting competition or innovation.
"I imagine the patent office would take a very. very
close look at [Cerealty's] application to see if it even met
the novelty requirement," she said.
But if issued Rowe said Roth could use his patents to
take the competition to court.
This summer The Cereal Bowl owners w-rote Monteleone
a letter stating that his restaurant name and logo anr \violat-
ing their trademark.
According to founder and president Kenneth Rader,
Monteleone can't use the word "bowl" with the word
But once again Monteleone isn't worried. Hfe said "A
.Cereal Joint' is just a snazzy phrase on the door. Rader said
The Cereal Bowl plans to open in Gaine-ville in one year
Roth said Cereality would also open locations in Flonda but
could not connirm a Gainesville location -
Monteleone said college students make Gainesville a
prnme for cereal cafes. Bowls is a quaint cafe with a retro
style..33 kinds of cereal, five kinds of milk, coffee, desserts
and, eventually. wireless Internet.
I% anted to start a comfortable hangout kind of place,
not like a regular restaurant," he said
Less Than Jake pitches in to help hurricane victims
By RACHAEL RYALS
With all the ways to help with.
the Katrina aftermath, rocking out
to hometown heroes Less Than Jake
has to be the most fun.
A serendipitous moment at
Common Grounds brought the idea
to life when Jason Rockhill, co-owner
of Common Grounds, approached
JR, saxophonist of Less Than Jake,
about a benefit show. JR had been
thinking about doing a benefit show
since the hurricane hit and was re-
ally excited about the offer.
JR said Common Grounds has
been very supportive and helpful in
the process of setting up the show,
which will be held Sunday.
Less Than Jake recorded its last
record, "Anthem," in New Orleans
over two weeks.
The band also frequents the city
in its constant touring.
"It is a mysterious city with
amazing people, amazing food,
amazing parties and such a beauti-
ful vibe there. that I couldn't help
but feel like I lost something special
too," JR said.
Less Than Jake will be joined
by Savage Brewtality at Common
Grounds. Unlike most Less Than
Jake shows, the benefit will be ages
18 and up, unless accompanied by
a parent or guardian. All proceeds
from ticket sales will go directly to
the American Red Cross.
JR said the band is in the process
of trying to get some companies
to match the money raised at the
door so even more money can be
JR said his granfahter used to
tell him to look out for your own.
Because of this, he feels like every-
one should want to help out the
victims of Katrina.
"They are Americans, and there is
no reason that Americans anywhere
should be living like animals. If we
can raise some money that will help
put shoes on feet, food in stomachs
and water to drink and bathe with,
then it's worth it to help," he said.
Less Than Jake's hometown-
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the show was unexpected and
also supports a good cause, tickets
may sell out quicker than normal.
Rockhill said that the show will defi-
nitely sell out. Do not expect to wait
until the last minute and be able to
get in at the door. Tickets are on sale
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Ave, and Common Grounds, 210
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"Everyone should want to help
those in need," JR said.
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Demonic possession causes tossing and turning
By MELISSA FILIPKOWSKI
It's not every day you get to pay $7 to
crap your pants in the middle of a crowded
movie theater. Unfortunately for me and
everyone else in the theater, that day came
rather abruptly when I decided to review "The
Exorcism of Emily Rose." -
Better classified as a dramatic thriller
with a splash of horror than straight horror,
this film stirs up enough fear, anxiety and
propaganda to keep you tossing and turn-
ing in your bed for hours. Directed by Scott
,ounrety UT aony riUlurt, c nlIridlilll ll Ill;.
Jennifer Carpenter plays a young girl possessed by demons in Scott Derrickson's new
thriller. "The Exorcism of Emily Rose" is based on a true story.
Derrickson, the movie is based on the pos-
session of a German girl named Anneliese
Michel. As if the thought of demons pos-
sessing a human body isn't scary enough,
the phrase "based on a true story" is thrown
in with the picture.
With other horror movies I can walk out
and calm myself down by saying, "It was only
a movie." But with this movie the only thing
running through my head was, "That poor girl
actually went through all that."
You might be thinking, "Hollywood makes
it so much worse than reality. Gosh Melissa,
how gullible can you be?" But let's be frank
- demonic possession is demonic posses-
sion. Hollywood or not, it's a scary freaking
The movie is not your typical exorcism
movie. It is not 1973's "The Exorcist," nor does
it strive to be. So if you're going into the movie
to compare it to the other film don't.
Instead of focusing on the actual practice
of the exorcism, it delves into explaining the
possession from a medical and psychologi-
cal standpoint. The movie is a debate of re-
ligion and supernatural activity versus the
practices of medicine and psychology in the
Laura Linney ("Love Actually," "Mystic
River") plays an ambitious lawyer defend-
ing the priest who performed the exorcism
on Emily. There's not much background for
Linney's character, and all we know is that she
really wants to win the case in order to make
partner status at her law firm. While working
on the case she starts having hallucinations
similar to Emily before she was possessed.
Tom Wilkinson ("Batman Begins," "Eternal
Sunshine of the Spotless Mind") plays the
priest who attempts to exorcise the demons
from the completely whacked-out college girl
Emily, played by Jennifer Carpenter.
The movie centers around the trial of
Wilkinson and then cleverly flashes back to
the events that happened to Emily.
It's spread out about 60-40 between the
two. The scenes that depict what happened
to Emily are genuinely scary and the special
effects weren't overdone to the point that it's
While there is no head-spinning, the de-
mons contort Emily into ridiculously crazy
positions that the Kama Sutra can't top and
make her look like a psychological basket-
She screams out ancient devil languages
and managed to freak me out above and be-
yond my expectations.
Overall, there is enough evidence from
both sides of the movie to make audiences
ponder their own beliefs and get the wits
scared out of them.
All I have to say is, if you're going home to
an empty house, enjoy a night of your mind
playing awful tricks on you. And don't forget
to keep the crucifix and holy water handy.
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S saving damsels in distress.
Well, here's some good news
for aspiring do-gooders: Thanks
to Scott Beatty and "The Batman
Handbook: The Ultimate Training
Manual," you can bone up on the
how-to of the costumed-hero gig
from a guy who knows a thing or
two about ol' Bats.
Beatty, the writer of
"Nightwing Year One" and
"Batman: The Ultimate Guide to
the Dark Knight," lays the book
out in five sections: the basics,
bat skills, fighting skills, detec-
tive skills and escape skills. The
book comes with lots of pretty
pictures, illustrating how to
throw a batarang or how to drive
the Batmobile on two wheels.
Although the handbook boasts
a one-page disclaimer on how vigi-
lante justice is illegal and how this
book is just for chuckles, it didn't
stop me from trying to turn every-
one I know into a sidekick (pg. 39)
and learning the skills to take out a
roomful of goons (pg. 112).
the handbook .
is chock-full of
be skilled enough to use or need.
But who knows? Maybe you
can impress a date by explaining
how to build a Batcave. Then again
you should probably avoid dating
advice from the comic book writer
- that column's on the next page.
Read up and you'll be ready to
turn your blan-
Karolena ket into a cape
Bielecki and run down
Get Graphic your dorm hall-
email@example.com way portraying
your new alias,
but Beatty will
remind you to "learn everything
you can in every discipline, no mat-
ter how obscure," and that "crime
doesn't take nights off." If it's 2-for-
1 at your favorite bar, and you're
not in the mood for a justice mar-
tini, maybe you're not the best cru-
sader to be defending Gainesville.
Plus, with all the money you'll have
to devote to crime fighting, you're
not going to be able to afford songs
for your iPod.
Yet the next time you find
yourself nodding off in lecture,
combat the nemesis of boredom
by flipping to pg. 158 and read-
ing up on how to survive a poi-
son gas attack; you know, just in
Stringing If anybody can string rackets
low, EZ Tennis can string them lower.
Ready in 24hrs. Express stringing available
upon request. We have more string than all
local stores combined. Please stop by or
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to dining out
Thursday September 15 5 10 p.m.
Parisian Cabaret Event Night
Performers by UF's School of Theatre & Dance and guitarist Sarah Tobing
Free refreshments will be provided. Catered by the Swamp.
Come visit The Florida Museum of Natural History & The Harn Museum of Art.
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12, ALLIGATOR U THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005
Bar caters to quieter sound
W alk down the steps of this under-
ground bar and you'll feel like
you're in lower Manhattan.
The stage is never empty, and the walls
are never devoid of soundwaves ricochet-
ing off every comer in Gainesville's new bar
- Damon's Downtown.
"There is a need for a little something dif-
ferent as far as the music scene goes," said
Matt Bennett, owner of Damon's Downtown.
The stage at Damon's Downtown will host
toned-down musicians, Bennett said.
The bar officially opened
the doors to its underground
location, at 101 SE Second
Place, Suite 100, on Sept. 2.
Bands play on a stage sur-
rounded by round tables
draped with red tablecloths
and adorned with small, red
"Every night there is live music," Bennett
said. "I'm from Austin, Texas. The music scene
is pretty big there. I'd like to see Gainesville
Domestic beer and wine are served along
with complimentary bar snacks. Eventually,
the bar hopes to have a wide variety of beers
grace its shelves. In fact the venue will un-
dergo more changes and improvements.
"We had a baby grand opening," Bennett
said. "It was more like a sneak opening. We
didn't make that big of a deal. It was more like
'Hey, guess what? Here we are.'"
Damon's Downtown may not look the way
it does in Bennett's mind, but the music play-
ing at Damon's is the bar's foundation.
"When I decided to open this place, my
main objective was to keep it simple," Bennett
said. "Good, quality music and good beer. The
rest is icing on the cake."
The "icing" is anticipated to come in about
Damon's Downtown and Big Lou's New
York Style Pizzeria are teaming up. Customers
will be able to enjoy Damon's entertain-
ment and order something off the menu at
Big Lou's. Big Lou's will deliver the food to
Damon's, which is just down the street.
"Eventually, I want to be open during the
lunch hour, serving Big
Vea Lou's food and have live
Vera music while people eat
Hadzi-Antich their lunch," Bennett said.
Playlist As far as the set up
firstname.lastname@example.org the funky, red-lit bar is
just the beginning.
"I'm eventually going to
have sofas and other comfortable seating along
the walls," Bennett said. "I'm not done."
Even though there are still changes to be
made, there is live music tentatively scheduled
Tuesday through Saturdays starting at 8 p.m.
"We've noticed a lot of the places around
town cater to a louder scene," Bennett said.
"This venue will have acoustic, funk, groove
and blues stuff. We're going for quality, not
After the bands play, there are different acts
that follow throughout the week Tuesdays
are open-mic poetry night, Wednesdays are
comedy night, Thursdays are open-mic music
night, and live bands perform Fridays and
"You never know who you're going to
catch down there," Bennett said.
Harn Museum, Museum Nights:
Parisian Cabaret exhibit, 5 p.m.,
Reitz Union Cinema, movie: "Born
Into Brothels," 8 p.m., 10:30
The Shamrock, live music: Battle!,
The Obscene, 10 p.m., $5
Phillips Center for the Performing
Arts, live music: Sister Hazel, Ari
Hest, Drew Copeland, 7 p.m.,
Eddie C's, live music: Gargamel,
Psycho Theory, 10:30 p.m., $5
The Side Bar, live music, The Most,
Alphabet City, Band Marino, 9
The Side Bar, live music: Unusual.
Suspects Blues Band, Crazy
Georg & Cowboy Hotrods, 10
Acrosstown Repertory Theatre,
play: "The Complete History of
America, Abridged," 8 p.m., $7
Common Grounds, live music:
Hurricane Katrina Relief
Benefit; Less Than Jake, Savage
Brewtality, doors at 5 p.m., show
at 6 p.m., $15
Reitz Union Cinema, movie: "The
Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys," 8
p.m., 10:30 p.m., free
Reitz Union Cinema, movie: "The
Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys," 8
p.m., 10:30 p.m., free
Harn Museum of Art, exhibit: "For
the Next Life: Pre-Columbian
Grave Objects," 10 a.m. 5 p.m.,
Common Grounds, live music:
Battle of the Bands (Part 1); Big
Oil, Frozen Cobra, The Turkey
Scratch Ramblers, Stoker Ace, 10
p.m., $5 ,
FUS Restaurant and Lounge,
live music: Wine and Cheese
featuring Live Jazz!, 5 p.m. 10
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Nothing stings like after-sex regret.
oThat immediate post-orgasm feeling of dis-
N appointment runs over you as you realize one
simple fact: You made a mistake.
Suddenly, we're in survival mode, thinking up escape
maneuvers and justifications to tell your friends. But no
matter the plans running through your mind, the over-
whelming regret lingers through the whole experience
-. and every memory.
Just about anyone who is sexually active has experi-
enced it. And I believe after-sex regret is the single most
common cause of the one-night stand. Except for the
dearly labeled one-night-only hookups, you expect to
sleep with someone more than once. Then when you do
get together, you're confronted with your mistake and
regret steps in.
For me, regrets come with two admissions. First, I
must admit that the stories and scenarios I told myself
about this person were lies.
ciled myself to
the fact that I
had again idol-
ized this man
only to be disap-
pointed by his
mediocrity, or perhaps his humanity.
As shallow as I feel when this happens, it's still a com-
Clothes can work magic, but the spell doesn't last
after you've seen him naked once.
The second big cause of regret is bad sex, but that's
obvious because you call back after good sex.
The last reason for regret remains, for me, the most
upsetting. We regret when after sex, we realize that we
just took everything from him that was worth having.
Nothing feels more disappointing than justifying a bad
personality with a nice body.
Sexual attraction cannot be the only attraction. When
it is, we regret.
This realization of the power of sexual attraction leads
to my second required admission of the after-sex regret.
We lie first to ourselves about them.
Lying to yourself is one thing. We lie to ourselves
about our diet or about getting ahead on schoolwork.
We lie to ourselves every day.
Secondly, we fall victim to our own libidos.
Personally, reconciling my own weakness is the diffi-
cult part. Accepting that I made a mistake has never been
my strength. Pride rears its head as I swallow the truth of
After the sex regret runs over you like a "dis-orgasm,"
and you clearly see for the first time the other person's
flaws. The sting occurs at the precise moment when you
see yourself, flaws and all, as well.
Writer entertains without wisdom
Me Talk Pretty One Day
Publisher: Back Bay Books
Beware. You are about to enter the quirky,
mind-boggling world of David Sedaris.
In his world everything is entirely
deranged. Obsessed music fanatics pose as fathers,
students pass off cigarette butts and
orange juice as art forms, and a turd is
the focal point of an entire chapter of
In "Me Talk Pretty One Day," Sedaris
narrates his life with wit and humor.
The mundane and trivial events that
so many of us take for granted sud-
denly become fodder for his overactive imagination.
One great thing about Sedaris is that he deals with dif-
ficult subjects in his writing. In this book homosexuality,
drugs and family relations are all given the stage. Yet
unlike many other books dealing with these subjects,
you don't get the sense that Sedaris preaches; rather he
simply tells his life story as it happened.,
The tone of the book is reminiscent of sharing stories
with a friend, and it allows the reader to get a great
glimpse inside his life. It is a good autobiography be-
.cause Sedaris neither blames himself nor anyone else
for the problems he has encountered.
Like a newscaster he just tells it like it is. But this
creates a downside.
One thing that detracts from the book is sometimes
important events in his life are glazed over while minor
details are allotted an entire chapter. It makes the reader
wish there was more structure in Sedaris' life.
The breezy nature of the narrative also begs the
question: Does the book require more
Katie depth in order to truly be a great
Oft tre Piss I would have to say yes.
r. .- ,,,...-.:..., r.., .., Some of his stories seem less than
autobiographical; he tells them just to
give the audience a laugh or two.
The best authors leave you walking away feeling
enlightened, but with Sedaris I only felt entertained.
Even though I certainly recommend the book because it
is interesting and a great way to kill time waiting for the
bus or relaxing while taking a bath, I wouldn't recom-
mend that you buy it.
Unless you have previously read Sedaris and love
his style, I would suggest that you go check the book
out of the library.
Although his work is humorous, his writing is not for
everyone, and he seems to throw in more than enough pro-
fanity to please the bawdy appetites of college-age readers.
Lounge concept works; food doesn't
T he concept of the new Fiis
Restaurant and Lounge im-
pressed me: the fusion of world
cultures, food; atmosphere and people.
The menu looked appealing, with its
gourmet transcontinental food, such
as the bistec palomill and eggplant rol-
latini, at student-budget prices.
But although presentation counts,
taste makes the grade.
And it's not a passing grade if the
bad taste still lingers.
On one hand Fius Restaurant and
Lounge has what many Gainesville
restaurants lack: a trendy atmosphere,
late-night hours, a worldly menu and
even an entry access via elevator.
The elevator, furnished with a ro-
mantic loveseat, takes you to the top
of the :08 building to an intimate room-
once home to the Waterbar.
The totally revamped and reno-
vated Fiis changed from just a bar
into a dining and lounge area, with
four high-top tables and big, plush
Its atmosphere is becoming, emu-
lating nature with a waterfall feature,
white curtains and leafy trim. Yet the
piping along the
ceiling, hard metal
chairs and heavy
sic add an industrial
vibe. I started with
Fius bites that are
the perfect after-nightdub munchies.
The coconut taster, lightly fried large
coconut shrimp, was served with
a honey-sweet marmalade cocktail
sauce. From the Greek platter I dipped
warm, crispy grilled herb-encrusted
pita bread into an intensely flavored
medley of black olive tapenade, sun
dried tomato and feta cheese pesto,
and roasted garlic :and cilantro hum-
I tried the crepe Florentine, which is
spinach, feta cheese and sliced grilled
chicken rolled into a crepe. I liked the
creamy blend of feta and spinach, but
the crepe Florentine tasted rather ordi-
nary, almost bland.
Even so, Fiis'
hip scene, friendly,
Chan Tran laid-back service
News Bites and finger food al-
email@example.com most had me sold,
until I encountered
the chicken curry.
Indian chicken curry, with steamed
rice and pita bread, was served to my
degree of spiciness. Yet I swallowed
the ocean when I swallowed the
chicken. I couldn't taste the curry in
chicken curry because it was so salty.
I gulped down five glasses of water
and was still dehydrated for the rest
of the night.
I asked myself, "Would I eat here
Maybe, but I'd skip the chicken
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3bd/ 2ba, NW area. Clean and spacious.
Fenced back yard. Central H & A/C. Ceiling
fans. W/D hookups. Car port. Close to law
school. Ready for Aug. lease. Call 352-375-
6754. No section 8. 9-30-33-2
3BR/3BA COUNTRYSIDE APT.
Close to UF on bus rt. W/D, utils, cable w/
HBO,DSL incl. $400/rm/mo. No dep. Female
only. NS. 954-680-0918, 954-328-2021 9-
Village West Apartments
800 NW 18th Ave
Ask about UF Parking Decal
Union Properties 373-7578
636 NW 26th Ave.
1or 2 BRs $535-$625/mo
Ask about UF Prarking Decal
Union Properties 373-7578
BLOCKS TO UFI Spacious 3BR 2BA, Bonus
room, Wood floors, fireplace, lawn svc,
Screen porch, w/d hookups, $1475/rent
1741 NW 6th Avenue
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
1st MONTH FREE! 3 BR 2 BA,
Parquet floors, carport, screen
porch, w/d hookups, $875/rent
600 NW 36th Drive
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
3/2 PARTY HOUSEAVAILABLE
2 bed/1 bath condo for rent $650.00 per
month. On 10-minute bus route, small pets
OK. Call Stacey 352-256-6361. 9-21-20-2
HOME OR OFFICE
3 and 1.5 NW'area Close to banks, busi-
nesses and shopping centers. Central Ht and
A/C. Private driveway and space for parking.
Call 352-375-6754. No section 8. 9-30-27-2
FREE MONTH'S RENT
2BR/2.5BA townhome. New tile, carpet &
paint. W/D, sec system, 1.5 mi to UF in NW.
$750/mo (pets ok) Available immediately.
Call 352-219-6340 9-16-15-2
3912 SW 37th St. 3BR
Great location, wood floors, newly painted,
off-street parking $900/mo
Campus Realty 692-3800 9-22-20-2
907 NW 11th Ave.
4BR/2.5BA, wood floors, W/D, spacious inte-
rior, large yard. $1200/mo
Campus Realty 692-3800 9-22-20-2
NEW & AFFORDABLE!
Remodeled 3/1 house in nice NW area near
UF. New: kitchen/bonus rm, bath, tile/carpet,
appliances, W/D. Central AC, big yard. $900/
mo 305-297-4827 9-15-15-2
4/BR/2BA House $950
3BR/2BA in FL park w/lawn svc $1500
3BR.1,5/BA in SE $650
3BR/1 BA duplex downtown $600
Mitchell Realty 374-8579 x 1 9-16-16-2
Close to Campus
Available new, 2BR/1BA apt.
Mitchell Realty 374-8579 x 1 9-16-16-2
4 BLOCKS TO CAMPUS
2BR/2BA apts 110 NW 9th Terr. Sec system,
W/D, high ceilings, energy efficient, good
parking pets ok $700/mo Mitchell Realty
Free extended Basic Cable! Pets Welcome!
1000 sq ft Split Floor PLan W/D Hook-ups
& DW. 1BR/1BA & 2BR/2BA Available. Call
Now 372-9913 12-7-71-2
Amazingly Affordable! HUGE 650 sq ft 1BR
1000 sq ft 2BR Townhouses & Flats
Discounted Rates Starting @ $380 & $480
Close to Santa Fe, UF & 1-75 332-5070 12-
4/3 & 3/2 HOUSES Walking distance to UF.
Newly remodeled. W/D, carport and huge
yard. Call 352-283-2828. 9-30-26-2
ACROSS FROM O-DOME
Lg 4BR/3BA house, many amenities. $1600/
mo no pets. K&M Properties 352-372-1509
NW 39th Ave. Nice 2BR/2BA Gated patio,
trees. $510-$525.0 Extra large 2BR/2BA+
loft. With Laminate wood pattern floor good
architecture, good neighborhood convenient
$610-$6250 Call 373-8310. 9-20-17-2
NEAR LAW SCHOOL 3/1, $1200/mo. 1st,
last, sec. Pref grad student. No pets, W/D
hook up, DW, wood firs, cent A/C, gas heat,
trees. Call Tom >8pm or wkd 954-529-4031
Walking distance to UFI
Completely renovated studio
Condos in Prairiewood less than
1 mile to campus. $450.
Call 215-5155/215-5506 9-30-25-2
Looking for an Apartment???
THE LEASING CONNECTION
1608 NW IstAvenue
Located right behind the Florida Book Store
Plenty of FREE PARKING
FREE Apartment and Housing
Call 352-376-4493 or visit
Beautiful, brand new Sorrento Subdivision.
2192 sq ft 4BR/2BA 2056 NW 47th PI.
4.6 miles from UF. $1550/mo + sec dep.
www.gatorpads.com or 284-0316 or 281-
1 or both rooms in 2BR downtown apt.
Quiet neighborhood. Close to Shands, UF,
& library. $350/mo per room. Pets ok. Call
217 NW 35th St 3BR/3BA $10501/m
Ceramic tile, large fenced yard, W/D, dish-
washer, carport, lawn care incl. Excellent
Call Campus Realty 692-3800 9-22-15-2
Affordable 3BRs close to UFI
W/D, fenced yard, private parking $950/mo
625 NW 10th Ave.
Private parking, W/D hu, Ig yard $900/mo
Campus Realty 692-3800 9-22-15-2
LUXURY 1BR/1BA overlooking creek
Washer/Dryer. Ready for immediate occu-
pancy. Near Sam's Club, on bus line. Close
to UF $560.
Andree Realty 375-2900 9-30-21-2
FUNKY LOFT APARTMENT
behind Leo's 706. Walk to UF & downtown.
$375/mo 333-2918 leave message 9-19-
"Awesome COUNTRYSIDE condo-
1BR/1BA in 4BR/4BA. A great place to live,
study & chill. You don't want to miss this.
$450 incl EVERYTHING. Hgh spd, cable,
util, washer/dryer in unit & MUCH more.
Nicole 352-328-4551 9-16-10-2
SEPT FREE! 1BR Great value!
Only $449/mos $150 Deposit
CLOSE TO CAMPUS
THE WOODS 0 375-3077
Great 3BR home w/wood floors, CH/A,
screened porch, large BRs, carport. Walk
to campus. 104 NW 7th Terr. $1200/mo. Call
371-3260. Others available. 9-16-10-2
FREE 1st MONTH 2BR 2.5BA
TH in Kensington South, high
Ceilings, dining room, washer/dryer, pool
.3901 SW 20th Ave #105
Carl Turlington Real Estate, Inc. 372-9525
Cute cottage 2 bedroom 1 bath with study
$750/mo wood floors yard service
316 N.W. 20th Ave. Green Tree Realty, Inc.
Barbara, 317-4392. 10-3-20-2
Melrose Bay furnished 3 bedroom 2 bath
2200 sq. overlooks Lake Sante Fe
$2400/mo Seminole Ridge Rd. Green Tree
Realty, Inc. Liz 258-2437. 10-3-20-2
Downtown Alachua 3 bedroom 2 bath large
home $895/mo, garage,
Green Tree Realty, Inc. Barbara 317-4392
Cute 1 bedroom 1 bath with study, new ap-
pliances $495/mo 304 N.W. 19th Ave. yard
service, Green Tree Realty, Inc. Barbara
CUTE & CLEAN
4BR/2.5BA Vintage house in NW near UF.
Hardwood floors, cent H/AC, W/D, 907 NW
11th Ave. $1200/mo. Call 333-2918 9-19-9-2
HOUSES FOR RENT
2BR/1BA and 1BR/1BA $700 and $550. In
private wooded cul-de-sac near downtown.
W/D incl. 120 and 125 SE 10th St. 316-6667
Nice home 3BR/2BA
Central AC, tile floors, carport, fenced yard,
W/D hookup. 328 SE 70th Street. $870/mo.
Pets neg. Sec. alarm. Avail immed 316-1637
2BR/1.5BA TOWNHOUSE, patio, privacy
rear, amenities, bike to campus. 386-328-
6229 Iv msg or cell 386-972-4647. $475 +
Historic house, lots of charm, hardwood firs,
blocks to downtown, studio $400, 306 NE 6th
St. Call 338-0803, 379-4952 9-16-5-2
Near Campus Large 1 BR/1 BA $450/Mo
1 BR/1 BA Historic Area $325/Mo
4BR/2BA 1 Acre Lot $1100/Mo
Pear Tree Realty, Inc.
Realtor 335-3802 10-10-20-2
4BR/2BA Double Carport, 2200 sq. ft. ter-
razo/ tile and carpet floors, inside laundry
room, large. fully equipped kitchen, near
schools, churches & shopping. $1200/mo
3708 NW 16th Ave. 352-376-2547 9-30-14-2
Immaculate large 1220 sq. ft. 2BR/2BA
Condo close to UF@ Brandywine on Archer
Rd. New carpet, tile and paint. Screened
porch. Avail now $600/mo. Furn.avail. Call
332-0128, 562-9241 9-19-5-2
September FREE. Next to UF.
3BR/1 BA-1227 SW 4th Ave. #1
Fresh paint, newly refinshed wood firs., spot-
less, parking, CH/AC, $1100/mo or individual
BRs avail, too. Call 352-331-0590, 514-5060
1 BR/1 BA Condo
Close to UF. New appliances. Call 352-213-
Nice & vey clean affordable 3BR/2BA brick
house. 1620 NW 55th St. Close to UF, SFCC
& Mall. Cent. H/AC, new DW, carport, laun-
dry rm, scr porch, fenced backyard. Avail
immed. $945/mo 1st/last/sec. 352-281-4229
New 1430 sq. ft. 2BR/2.5BA townhouse.
Master suite. Pool, 'hi- spd. internet, security
system. New appliances. Near UF. $1000/
mo. Call 954-755-1728, 561-912-6223 9-
3BRs for rent in a 4BR/2BA. $250/mo each.
Off Williston Rd. Contact Jen 352-495-8068
or 407-947-9748 or Denise 407-509-4574
Efficiency apt. in quiet NW, perfect for prof
or grad student, $395, includes all utilities
& cable, avail Nov. 1 377-1868 6-8 PM 9-
Close to UF Law School. 3BR/1BA w/extra
room $840/MO. Parquet wood floors. Central
heat & air. 303 NW 36th Drive. Call Merrill
Management Inc. 352-317-3418 9-23-7-2
NEWLY RENOVATED STUDIO APT. 1.5
mi. from UF. $450/MO Call Janet 871-5928
Casa Blanca West townhouse, 1000 sq. ft.
2BR/1.5BA, screened rm, W/D, pool, 2 bus
routes, avail Aug. $650/mo Call 352-359-
2BR/2.5BA Arbor East townhouse $655/mo
tile floors extra s to UF, Shands
& shopping 1st month free 1002 sq ft pets
welcome. Call 373-1828. 9-22-20-3
1 BR/1 BA in 4BR/4BA at Melrose Apts Close
to UF on great bus rte. Great Roommates!
W/D, util, cable, internet included. Only
$395/mo! Contact Henry at 352-804-8554
Melrose Apt. 1000 SW 62nd Blvd. 1 BR furn
in 4BR/4BR, W/D in unit. All utilities free, eth-
ernet 1st class weight room & gameroom,
2 pools, tennis. 2nd fl woods view. Sublet
to Dec 31st. $450/mo neg. 954-816-0888
1 or both rooms in 2BR downtown apt.
Quiet neighborhood. Close to Shands, UF,
& library. $350/mo per room. Pets ok. Call
BRIDGELIGHT SUBLEASE 1BR/1BA
townhouse $575/mo, no dep, Very clean,
quiet, w/pool. Call Stephanie 352-871-0190
SPRING 2006 Sublease. $495/mo. OBO
all inclusive @ Gainesville Place. Contact
AmandaF262@yahoo.com or 813-951-0691.
Furnished, W/D, great place. 9-19-8-3
1BR/1BA in. 3BR/3BA at -Spyglass Apts.
W/D in unit. Utilities included no cap. Walk
in-closet. Available @ $450. Sept Free. Call
Maame 352-871-2254 9-21-10-3
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Pay no rent for September. 1 BR Apt. to sub-
let thru Dec. Sundowne Apts. Windmeadows
Blvd. near Bulter Plaza Theater. Rent w/
water $480. Call Brett 846-5760 9-16-4-3
1BR Avilable in 2BR/2.5BA. Close distance
to campus. Rent negotiable. Call Heather at
2BR/2BA large apt. W/D in unit, walk in
closets, new appliances. $810/mo, dep.
neg. Located in Tivoli. Pool, fitness center,
clubhouse. Leave message 850-582-9129
2/1 w/OFFICE. Close to Butler Plaza. Great
layout, lots of windows, awesome neighbors,
very clean, pets welcome. Available now.
*$569/mo. 305-491-4371 9-19-5-3
REST-OF SEPT. FREE
1BR/1BA 575 sq. ft. 5 min slow walk to
Century Tower. No deposit. $540/mo. Full
bath. Pets ok. Great windows. 443-223-9801
2/1 w/office. Close to Butler Plaza. Great
layout, lots of windows, awesome neighbors,
very clean, pets welcome. Available NOW
$569/mo 305-491-4371 9-19-5-3
1BR apt. 3 blks. behind Swamp Restaurant.
$539/mo Lease ends 8/16/06. Call 352-371-
1BR w/shared bath @ Campus Club Apts.
Rent is $376!!! All inclusive. For more info
please call Dave@ 863-944-5023. 9-21-5-3
Roommate Matching HERE
Oxford Manor 377-2777
The Landings 336-3838
The Laurels 335-4455
Hidden Lake 374-3866
Female roommate for one/two female UF
students. Quiet. Responsible. 60 second
walk to UF. Old house charm with all ameni-
ties. Avail Now. $400 up. 352-538-2181.Lv
message. Private Owner 12-7-72-4
$195 small room. Close to UF & SFCQ Great
house, great roommates. Close to UF. W/D,
dsl. Possible pets. Lease. ALSO Large room
$250/mo No cash dep for UF & SFCC stdt
w/good credit. Call 371-9409 9-15-28-4
Unfurn BR for rent in brand new, spacious
condo w/2 F, UF students. NW 55th St. Call
Lisa for details @ 352-514-1763. 9-30-21-4
-F NS grad/prof needed for 1BR in BRAND
NEW 2/2 condo. 2 mi to UF on bus rte. W/D.
$475 + 1/2 util/mo. Common area furnished,
tile firs. 904-386-6485 or firstname.lastname@example.org
REDUCED! M/F to share 2/1.5 twnhs w/ 20yr
pre-vet M. Pets ok. W/D, DW, full kitchen,
tile, pool in Mill Run. SW 20th Ave. $300/mo
+ 1/2 utils. 828-775-8807. 9-22-24-4
1 male wanted to rent master BR in nice
clean 3BR/2BA house 4 miles to campus,
new wood floors & appliances. $350-375/
mo + 1/3 util. Call Ryan 850-261-3571 9-
Roommates bring a friend. Share utils.
Houses on East University Ave. Bike or bus
to class. $475-550 + sec & last mo. Available.
now. Call 352-375-4250 or 745-0785. 9-
BEAUTIFUL HOUSE. GREAT LOCATION!
1 Open BR. No Security Deposit!!
Approx. $325/month + 1/4 Utilities!
Wood Floors. Big Closet & Huge Kitchen
Call 352-395-6788. By 34th St. & 8th Ave..
Female student to join 2 females for your
own BR in attractive 3BR house near NW8th
Ave, 3mi. from UF on bus rt. #43, tile/hdwd,
$275/mo + 1/3 GRU&HSInternet-digital
cable, avail Sept, 381-5597, 332-3852. 9-
Room in NW home. $350/mo incl utils &
DSL. No pets mature male non-drinker/
smoker. Avail immed (flex). Scott 335-8209
2 share 2BR downtown apt. Newly remod-
eled. Close to Shands, UF & library. $350/
mo. Month-to-month or longer lease okay.
Pets okay. Call 262-1351 9-15-11-4
COUNTRYSIDE CONDO. 4BR4BA: 1BR/
1BA avail now. Ethernet, until incl. W/D, nicely
furn, secure. Exercise/pool. Direct bus UF 3
mi.$455/mo/room. Vanessa 352-217-3464,
Flo 352-357-9656 or 352-636-4814. 9-30-
Available from Commercial News Providers"
Beautiful home in trees on quiet street near
UF. Quiet for study. Gourmet kitchen, fire-
place, hi-spd DSL internet, cable TV, W/D,
,cent A/C, Ig yard, cats welcome. $340 + utils.
Female roommate needed for a 3BR/3BA
house. 2260 NW 30th Ave. Nice neighbor-
hood. For information call 352-870-0294
Melissa or 954-673-5313 Michael. Avail Aug.
Looking for students only. 9-19-10-4
Room available 3BR/2BA home. Located
near mall on quiet wooded, street. Must love
dogs but not actually have any. $300/mo
everything included. Call 352-262-9630 9-
MICANOPY Nature lover's paradise. 12.
min to UF. F prof/frad wanted to share 3/2
contemporary home, 2 park-like acres, fire-
place, wd fir, 2 porches & vaulted ceiling. No
pets. $425 incl util. 352-466-0619 9-20-10-4
hdwd firs, large shared studio space, cable
inc,. parking pets poss. $275 + $100 dep.
Male roommate wanted to share luxurious
1250 sq ft 2BR/2BA not your typical apt.
Vaulted ceiling, Ig pool, tennis, 2 mi to UF on
major bus rte. $500/mo incl utii, cable, dsl.
Call 386-871-7330 9-16-7-4
2 Rooms Available at a House 705 NW 34th
St., Blocks Away from UF College of Law.. 1
for $280 or 2 for $500. Call Will at 352-375-
8699 or email@example.com 9-22-10-4
* SPECIAL $250/mo (reg. $300) + utils.
Female for own room in 3BR/2BA house
1/2 mile to UF. Near Shands, on bus route,
furn., W/D, DSL. Jen 371-6228 pis Iv msg.
Female Roomate Wanted. Fall Term lease
$400/mo. Internet, pool, utilities, bus, near
Wal-Mart 352-262-2362 9-16-5-4
Female roommate for NW 39th Ave. home,
$475-mo., all utilities inci., fully furnished,
private BR, internet, W/D, avail. ASAP, more
info. 870-5291 9-16-54
8 BLOCKS FROM CAMPUS 4BR/2BA
Co-ed House w/huge private deck, W/D,
TIVO, pool table $400/mo includes uti.,
cable, hs intr. Call David (352) 870-7726
M/F Roomate Wanted 4BR/3BA House on
34th Street and University Ave. $300/mo +
utilities. Great roomates., Call Anthony 222-
Rooming/House. $65 $75 $85 P/W + Util's
Color TV + Max Cabl., AC each room, Wash/
MAC, On buss rt., 2.5-3 mil. from 3 labor
pools. 3760384 or pager 2027074 for apt. +
all info. 9-19-5-4
in NEW 2/2.5 townhouse. Everything new +
W/D. $430+ 1/2 utils. Call 352-870-2506 or
email firstname.lastname@example.org 9-19-5-4
Looking for female for 1 BR/BA in 3 BR/3BA
Apt at Rockwood Villas. Hi-spd internet &
cable. On UF busline. All utils. incl. for $500/
mo6 Rent. 407-970-0720 or 407-421-3121.
M/F Rommate for room in 2/1 condo. $400/
mo. incl. cable, internet & utils. Close to UF
& Butler Plaza. On bus route. Small pets ok.
Pool/exercise. 246-8712 9-20-5-4
1 Male roommate needed for 4/4 BRAND NEW
condo by Sorority Row. $475/mo +1/4 util,
furn, w/d,dw, pvt bath, dsl. 3 blocks from UF.
Call Dave @954-821-6229 9-20-5-4
Sublets and Rooms Available
All Florida Areas; All Major US Cities
Browse available Rooms FREE!
1-(877)-For-Rent (367-7368) 9-15-1-4
Room For Rent Cheap in 2 bedroom Apt. NW
34 St. Bus Route 8. Pet friendly. $250-300/
mo includes Basic Utlities. Call 682-6713 or
486-4469 Female Prefi 9-16-2-4
One roommate needed to live in 3BR/2BA
house on 34th St. and 16th Ave. Call
Michelle 305-322-6369. Rent $375/mo + 1/3
Sell your house, condo, acreage, mobile
home and much more in the ALLIGATOR
CLASSIFIEDS! Reach over 24,000 possible
buyers! Mastercard and Visa accepted over
the phone. Please Call 373-Find
Quad-, Tri-, or Duplex w/pvt parking, extra
land, 60 sec walk to UF. Exc cond. House
3/4BR, 2BA, wd firs, covered prch, concrete
patio, garage/work-shop. Pvt Owner. 352-
538-2181 Iv mssg 12-7-72-5
Existing condos & luxury condos near UF
at affordable prices. For more information,
visit www.mattpricerealtor.com or call
today Matt Price 352-281-3551 Campus
Realty Group 9-30-27-5
Spectacular university views. Walk to UF &
the stadium. Classic New Orleans appeal
with state-of-the-art luxury. Reserve today.
52 units available. Starting in mid-300's. Call
Eric Wild 870-9453 12-7-80-5
UNIVERSITY TERRACE CONDO
4BR/4BA, 3 leases signed for next year. Call
for details 407-620-1555 9-30-28-5
2 bed/ 1 bath condo on 10-minute bus
route. Only $89,900. Call Kenny Gibbs with
Campus Realty (352)494-0012. 9-21-20-5
For Sale by Ownerl!
Vintage 4BR/2.5BA home. Wood floors,
fireplace, laundry, CH/A. Near UF at 907 NW
11th Ave. (behind Applebees). $258K. Call
333-2918 leave message 9-19-12-5
3/2 plus den, double wide mobile home
on UF bus line. Country feel, close to
town. Remodeled. Must see! $240 lot rent,
$39,500. Call 561-357-8227 9-16-10-5
1 TIRED OF RENTING?
I can help you find a house or condo
in the UF area. Call Brett Wherry
Century 21 Classic Properties 352-331-2100
2BR/2.5BA condo w/10 min bus route on
SW 20th Ave. 1,176 sq ft built in 2002
$150,000. Call Tony Nguyen at 407-738-
BED-Queen, orthopedic, extra thick, pillow-
top, mattress& box. Name-brand, new, still
in plastic. Sacrifice $110. Call 352-372-7490
will deliver. 12-7-72-6
BED FULL SIZE ORTHOPEDIC Pillow-top
mattress & box. New, unused, still in plastic
w/warranty. Can deliver. Sacrifice $85. Call
MICROFIBER SOFA & LOVESEAT
Brand new still packaged w/warranty. Must
sell. Can deliver. Retail $2300. Sacrifice
$550 352-372-7490 12-7-72-6
BED King Pillowtop mattress & box springs.
Orthopedic rated. Name brand, new, never
been used, in plastic with warranty. Sell
$170. Call 352-372-8588 Can deliver. 12-
CHERRY SLEIGH BED solid with Pillowtop
Mattress & Box. All new still boxed. Cost
$1500, sacrifice $550 '352-333-7516
Sofa $185 Brand new in pkg 333-7516
BEDROOM SET. 7pc Cherry, Queen/ king
bed, dresser w/mirror, 2 nightstands, chests
avail. Dovetail const. New, in boxes. Can de-
liver. Retail $6500, must sell, sacrifice. $1400
(352) 372-7490 12-7-72-6
SOFA & LOVESEAT 100% Italian leather.
Brand new in plastic w/warranty. Retail
$2650. Sacrifice $750. Call 352-377-9846
DINING ROOM Beautiful cherry set w/table,
6 Chippendale chairs, hutch & buffet. New,
still in boxes. Retail $5200, sacrifice $1100.
Must sell. Can deliver. 352-372-8588 12-
FUTON Solid oak mission-style frame w/
mattress. New, in box. $160 332 9899
DINETTE SET 5pc $85 Brand new in .ox.
Never used. 352-377-9846 12-7-72-6
BEDS 0 Full mattress & boxspring sets $49
* Queen sets $89 Single sets $39 *King
sets $99 0 From estate sale. Safe pine bunk
bed $109. 376-0939/378-0497.
-CALL-A-MATTRESS 4370 SW 20th Ave.
MEMORY FOAM same as Temperpea.
Save 50% & more. Other close-outs. twin
sets $89 *full sets $129 *queen sets $149
*king sets $189 Student discounts apply.
4370 SW 20th Ave. 376-0953. We deliver.
Beds, Futons, Furniture, King Sealy sets
$299; new sofas for $299; oak futons $169;
sofa & loveseat $399; dinettes, desks, all
on sale *New Location* 140 NW 6th St
Morrells Furniture Outlet. 352-378-3400
**BEDS -ALL BRAND NEW"
Orthopedic pillow-top sets.
**Full-$100 Queen-$130 King-$195**
Brand name matching sets not used or re-
furbished. Still in plastic, direct from factory
A better product at a better price. Wholesale
Furniture Dealer (3205 SW 40th Blvd. off
Archer Rd.) 376-1600. Ask for Rachel or
Bed All New Queen orthopedic pillow-top
mattress & box set. Still in plastic with war-
ranty. Can Deliver. $130 (352) 264-9799
Bed $100 All New Full size orthopedic mat-
tress set. Brand new, still in plastic, w/ war-
ranty. Can Deliver.352-376-1600 12-7-72-6
Bedroom Set Brand New! Still in boxes! HB
-$125, NS- $75, Dresser $135, Mirror- $75,
Chest $135. Can Deliver. (352) 264-9799
Dinette Set $125 Brand New 5 pc set in
box, never used Can Deliver 494-0333
Sofa $225 Brand New! Loveseat $170 Still
in package, never used. Can Del. 376-1600
Pool Table Gorgeous 8' All wood tab!l.
Leather pockets, Italian 1" slate, carved
legs. Br. New still in crate. Cost $4,500. Sell
$1,350. Can Deliver. 264-9799 12-7-72-6
Hot Tub/Spa $1795.00 Brand New Loaded!
Waterfall, LED lights, cup-holders, 110v en-
ergy efficient with warranty. Free Delivery.
Washer & Dryer leasing $160/semester or
$300/year. Call 352-318-3721 9-30-32-6
*BEDS -ALL BRAND NEW"
"Full $90 Queen $110 King $170"
Orthopedic pillow-top sets. Brand name
matching sets not used or refurbished. Still
in plastic, direct from factory! 352-333-7516.
BED- QUEEN New orthopedic pillowtop mat-
tress and boxspring set. Brand name, brand
new, still in plastic with warranty. Can deliver.
Bed-All New King! 3pc Orthopedic pillowtop
mattress set. Brand NEW, still in plastic with
warranty. Can deliver. $170 352-333-7516.
Bedroom Set- $325 BRAND NEW. Still
in boxes! 6 pieces include: Headboard, 2
Nightstands, Dresser, Mirror, Chest. Must
sell, can deliver. 352-377-9846. 12-7-72-6
Futon $160 Solid Oak Mission Style with
plush mattress. All brand NEW still in box.
Can deliver. 352-333-7516 12-7-72-6
- Pool Table Gorgeous 8" All wood table.
Leather pockets, Italian 1" slate, carved legs.
Brand new still in crate. MUST SELL Retail
$5500. Sell $950. Can deliver 352-377-9846
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18, ALLIGATOR 0 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005
0 l Furnishings 3 J Electronics Motorcycles. Mopeds
Hot Tub/Spa $1295 Brand New Loaded!
Waterfall, LED lights, cupholders, 110-v
eneiry efficient with warranty. Free delivery,
MUST SELL 352-372-8588 12-7-72-6
Bed-FULL size pillowtop mattress & box.
New, in plastic, warr. Can del. $90 317-4031
Sofa,$185 Brand new! Love seat $150 still in
pkg. Can del 352-333-7516
S*f, and Loveseat good condition $200
OBO. Sealy queen-size bed $150 OBO.
Call 561-317-4738. 9-15-5-6
CORNER DESK w/hutch and extension-
$120. Bookshelf- $20. Vacuum $25. Filing
cabinet $40. Mountain bike $80. Ext.
frame back pack $50. All prices negotiable.
Call Josh: 407-592-3226. 9-16-5-6
GE Frost Free 16 CF Freezes Cools Well
Delivered Warranteed $200 213-2665 9-
FUTONS BEDS FURNITURE
LOW PRICES & LARGE SELECTION
Dumas Discount 371-4422 1201 E. Univ. Av.
New 0 Used Buy Sell 12-7-59-6
MUST GO! New Pier 1 Rio Grand Bedroom
Set- 5 drawer & 7 drawer nightstand and
bench w/storage; Pier 1 Dakota. Queen
Headboard & lamps, floorlamps, 20" TV,
VCR, DVDNCR combo, TV stand. Rooms
2 Go couch, futon, chair & ottoman, coffee
table, end tables & bookshelf, microwave,
Sony stereo, OfficeMax desk & swivel chair.
Please call for pictures -or to see in person
321-695-1972, email@example.com 9-20-5-6
Washers/Dryers, Refrigerators & Stoves
$125 each (352)378-4578 10-12-20-6
Full size bed $60, dorm fridge $45, dining
room table w/4chairs $75, nice. sofa $85,
dresser w/mirror $75, 13" remote TV $35,
Lawn mower $60. Call 335-5326 9-20-3-6
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Computer HELP fast! A+ Computer Geek
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unplugging/hassels. $30 Gator Discount
w/student ID. M/F Cert MCSE technicians.
333-8404. www.AComputerGeek.com 12-
Cash Paid Laptop PCs
SALES SERVICE PARTS
www.pcrecycle.biz 336-0075 12-7-72-7
"COMPUTER & LAPTOP REPAIRS"
We buy computers and laptops
Working and Non-working
378-4009, 607 NW 13th Street
vista, spyware, hardware
$10 discounts, cheapest!
DELL OPTIPLEX COMPUTER
Ethernet, DSL capable.
400 MHz, 256 RAM, W98
$69. 386-328-6229. 9-15-5-7
$top paying too much for computer repairs.
Wetffer "flat rates" as low as $25 for minor
"onsite" repair. "No hourly charges ever."
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722 S. Main 0 The Red Bldg
WE ARE CHEAPER
GATOR CAR ALARMS Take a bite out of
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oldest car alarm and car stereo specialty
store. 373-3754 Audio Outlet. 12-7-84-8
Car stereo, car alarms, mobile video, mobile
navigation, custom wheels and tires, and
automobile performance at Sound Depot &
Performance. 374-7700 sdp-alligator.com.
In the market for a new set of wheels or just
looking to add a second to that collection?
Want personalized handlebars or a fitted
seat? Check in the Alligator Classifieds. "
NEW & USED BIKES FOR SALE
Many to choose from
* Best Prices in Town 0
SPIN CYCLE 373-3355
424 W University Ave 12-7-72-9
Used not abused. From basic transportation
to highend stuff. All styles. Great prices. 5
blocks from. UF in College Park. 870-8693
ll For Sale
Private, Secure, Guaranteed. 60 sec to UF.
Reserve now! Reasonable rates. 352-538-
2181. Can leave mssg. 12-7-72-10
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FREE! Large, 6 person hot tub that runs
great. Needs new cover liner and heater.-
Must pick-up in person. FREE to first caller:
For Sale 55 gal
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Many Brands Available 518 SE 2nd St.
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others. Financing avail. 3550 SW 34th St.
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Call ANYTIME: 352-376-9096
Please leave a message.
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Mech perfect. F1Slip-on muffler. Looks/runs/
sounds exc Needs nothing. $3250 352-262-
I HURRY I
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1st cruiser $2550. Call 262-4673 9-16-3-11
1999 KAWASAKI ZX 600
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*FAST CASH PAID FOR ANY CAR*
*Running or not!*
*NEED HONDA, TOYOTA, PICKUPS
*Over 10 yr svc to UF students
*Call Don @ 215-7987 12-7-72-12
CARS -CARS Buy*SeliTrade
Clean BMW, Volvo, Mercedes
Toyota, Honda, Nissan cars
3432 N Main St. www.carrsmith.com
CARRSMITH AUTO SALES 373-1150
**FAST CASH PAID**
For CARS & TRUCKS
Running or Not 1990 & up only
Sell or Trade Welcome
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
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HONDAS, CHEVYS, TOYOTAS, ETC.
For listings 800-749-8116 ext 4622 12-7-
02 NISSAN XTERRA SI
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condition. Price neg. Call Tom 561-703-2076
1999 VW New Jetta GLS
2.0LAutomatic, 80,000 miles, dark green,
good cond, new A/C, tires. $7000. 375-5270
2001 Ford Explorer XLT, cold AC, V6, 4 liter,
rear air, PS, PW, PDrivers Seat, alloy wheels,
AM/FM, CD/Cassette player $12,400 359-
2000 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Daytona, 2Dr,
V6 Supercharger, AT, leather, sunroof, Bose,
exc. condition, $8,800 OBO 352-264-0325
MAZDA PROTEGE 5 Sporty Hatchback
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condition, 2L, A/C, CD, AM/FM, front air
bags, alloy wheels, yellow w/black interior,
large cargo space. $8995 Tel 352-219-0236
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TOP CASH $ OR TRADE. OZZIE'S FINE
JEWELRY. 373-9243 12-7-72-13
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. I live in the Tower Rd area.-
Blind lady needs health majors interested in
walking at least three times a week. Call 352-
219-6948. Thanks. 9-16-43-13
THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
NEEDS VOLUNTEER DRIVERS
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Must have valid driver's license,
safe driving record & attend training session.
Call 352-376-6866 ext 114 for more info.
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HIRING KITCHEN STAFF Starting $6.15/hr
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Contestants wanted for Reality Television
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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.
Earn between $10-$20/hrl.
Flexible Schedule, Great Opportunity.
For info contact Meghan 379-3663 9-26-
WINGZONE now hiring DELIVERY
DRIVERS. $8-14/hr. Flexible schedule. Cool
boss, fun atmosphere. Apply in person 923
W. University Ave. 9-15-15-14
ZAXBY'S on 43rd St.
Now hiring all positions all shifts, contact
Boris between 2pm-5pm 352-376-8700 9-
Great pay. Travel bonus and sales training
Now Hiring: Outgoing, motivated characters
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vacations. 877-725-0705 9-16-16-14
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Contact 321-277-5523 8-321-5-14
University of Florida
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408 W University Ave. Suite 106
392-2908 ext. 105
$7/hr + BONUS + Paid Training
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3 eves 6-9 pm + 2 weekend shifts
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Must work winter break
YMCA Bus Drivers Needed. Must have valid
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available from approx 12pm-5pm M-F. Apply
in person at 5201 NW 34th St. Immediate
Lg Property Management Co Now Hiring
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to 376-6269 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Infinite Energy, a rapidly expanding
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GREAT PAY FOR PEOPLE WHO STAY!
Park Place Car Wash looking for hard work-
ers for all positions. Cashiers (must have full
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pm 12-6 shifts) 15-40 hrs-your choice. Great
work environment. Apply: 7404 NW 4th Blvd
across from Home Depot. No calls please.
Now hiring servers & prep cooks. Experience
& Spanish speaking a plus. FT apply in per-
son M-F 2-5pm. 2409 SW 13th Street 336-
Earn about $6/hr. Smokers are needed to
participate in a study on decision making
& smoking. If interested, come to the
Psychology Bldg room 397 or call 392-
0601 ext 297 12-7-68-14
Help wanted for general house & yard main-
tenance. Part-time flexible hours. Must have
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333-2918 leave message. 9-19-12-14
STUDENTS: The YMCA needs you! Join
our Customer Service Representative team.
Flexible hours, fun atmosphere. Early to mid-
morning and weekend shifts needed ASAPI
Please apply in person at the Northwood
YMCA. For directions, please call 374-9622.
Finance company needing office assistant
& collections associate. Young, progessive
company w/ advancement & bonuses. 25
hrs/wk. Start immediately. Fax resume to
Call center needs telephone agents for all
shifts 24 hours. 1830 NE 2nd St. Apply in
person M-F 9am-4pm. 12-7-66-14
WANT YOUR WEEKENDS BACK?
Gator Dining Services, located on the
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and a great working environment. Email
resume along with salary requirements
to email@example.com or apply online at
Fast Moving Dot Comn
needs bright individuals
for FT Research positions.
PT, flex hrs,-fast & hardworking. Pref UF or
SFCC student w/exp & able to give 15 hrs/
wk, $8/hr. 371-9409 9-20-10-14
SCUBA Diving Pro Internship
Info Sefssion Sept 16, 7pm
UF Career Resource Center
Contact by calling: 870-1839
or firstname.lastname@example.org' 9-16-7-14
OFFICE ASST 10hrs/wk, $6.25. Proficient
in Windows, internet, typing and other com-
puter operations. Flex around class schedule
Indicate major and year in college, FaxASAP
to 375-4591 9-21-10-14
PT & FT GROUNDS & EXT MAINT
Pickup & care of bldg & grounds. Great mgmt
team, benefits, training. Must have auto. Fax
res, avail sched to 376-6269
* T-shirt company
needs help. M-F starting 9:00AM for 3-5 hrs.
Contact Ashley at 352-371-6536. 9-15-5-14
Male tumbling instructor needed at
TUMBLEMANIA in High Springs. The posi-
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exp. required. Must be able to spot basic
thru intermediate level skills. 386-454-1779.
Competitive cheer team needs male coach.
Experienced in tumbling and stunting. Call
Wanted: Entrepreneurial student to promote
new poker business. Earn cash in your free
time. For details visit:
Apply at Casino's Pizza 1710 SW 13th
Street. 352-372-4848 9-1-66-14
Some exp. Necessary. On the Border. Apply
in Person. 3100 SW Archer Road. 9-16-
FOOD SERVICE JOBS
Gator Dining Services located on the UF
Campus is hiring for supervisors, cashiers,
cooks, line servers, and dishwashers. Flex
hours, competitive pay and a great working
environment. Apply at Gator Dining Services,
B73 Reitz Union, Museum Rd or online at
www.gatordining .com 9-23-10-14
Security Staff Needed Now!
Help residence halls be safe.
Info and applications available
at housing office near Beaty.
392-2161 x 10125 for more info.
Awsome Business Opportunity. Free product
sample, free business website w/training.
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while you sleep 24/7 Visit our website
Female smokers, thin, feminine, who
enjoy smoking socially needed for confi-
dential phone interview. Selected callers
earn $50. Leave name and number, your
call will be returned. 661-255-3940 10-
Attention Smokers! Do you want to quite
smoking? smokers are needed to participate
in a smoking cessaton study. If interested
e-mail the UF Smoking Lab and Clinic.
email@example.com or call 328-
TEACHER'S AIDE Mon. thru Fri.
RECEPTIONIST Mon., Wed., Fri.
SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST or
PT ESE TEACHER
EINSTEIN CHARTER SCHOOL 335-4321
EDUCATION MAJOR for afer-school tutoring
for 13 year old female in reading & math.
Own car & provide references. Call Laura
, 495-2528 9-19-5-14
2 Part-time Independent Living Skills Trainer
positions to assist people with disabilities
in (1) travel training on bus system or (2)
teach self-advocacy and independent liv-
ing skills necessary to live in community.
Please fax cover letter and resume Attn: Jill
at (352) 378-5582 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
HIRING DELIVERY DRIVERS
Earn up to $12-14/hr.
Call California Chicken Grill 378-2442
The Reitz Union Productions Department
is now accepting applications for Student
Assistant positions. Productions employees
work in a fast paced environment setting
tables, chairs, staging and, audio visual
equipment for events in the Reitz Union.
Opportunities for advancement are avail-
able in our growing department. Apply
online at: www.union.ufl.edu/jobs, and list
"Productions" as your first choice of employ-
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Do you like to work with children? The YMCA
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person at 5201 NW 34th St. Immediate
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QA/QC Specialist for AGTC, a develop-
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developing novel gene therapies. Quality
position will involve: Primary responsibility
for the development and implementation of
quality systems and SOPs; Assisting with
regulatory filings; Providing employee qual-
ity training; Performing QC testing; and,
Performing routine assays and assisting with
Requirements: BS in a scientific discipline w
minimum 5 years GMP/GLP related experi-
ence in a pharma or biotech company & 3
years direct QA experience; Demonstrated
proficiency in written and oral communica-
tion including presentations, technical writing
and preparation and implementation of train-
Competitive salary based on experience.
Benefits, EOE, DFWP. Resume or CV to:
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or email firstname.lastname@example.org 9-19-4-14
Private care of elder in rehab & private home.
Call 352-332-0394 for appt. & interview.
Flexible hrs. & favorable salary. 9-27-10-14
NOW HIRING! Young professionals to join
dynamic cast in restaurant setting. Must
be trainable. Call 373-8882 for details. 9-
Need student for PT yard work with masonry
experience. Flex. hrs. & schedule. Call Ken
at 339-1746 9-15-2-14
Part time flexible hrs. Must be versatile from
mowing to cleaning to fixing. Starting pay $6-
$8/hr. Leave clear telephone number & brief
message. 373-1690 9-16-3-14
Part time pre-med or pre-dental student to
assist in patient care and surgery. Hours:
Monday & Wednesday 9am-noon & Friday
6:45am 11am. Resumes to 352-331-6336.
PRE-SCHOOL TEACHER ASSISTANT
needed for Jewish day school Monday
- Friday-in the afternoon. Call 376-1508 ext
110 for more info. 9-20-5-14
PE TEACHER needed for Jewish day school
2-3pm. 2 afternoons a week. Call 376-1508
ext 110 9-20-5-14
Jeff @ 283-0077 or email@example.com
Great family, terrific kids seek fantastic sitter,
weekdays, noon to five. $10/hr. References
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CHILD CARE TEACHERS
Needed FT and PT positions. $7-$9/hr. Holy
Trinity. Call 377-2290 9-23-8-14
SEASONAL or FT HELP NEEDED
AT BUSY HAM STORE. Previous deli expe-
rience helpful. Flex shifts available. $7-8/hr.
Apply at 3832 Newberry Rd. 9-20-5-14
Responsible student wanted for babysitting
in my home. Approx 3-4 afternoons per
week. References necessary. Please call
222-1532 for questions. 9-27-10-14
Now hiring Special Event servers, Friday
night servers and weekend dishwasher.
Apply in person at Hillel at the University of-
Florida, 2020 W. Univ. Ave. 9-20-5-14
Marketing Internship: Leading mobile soft-
ware company is looking for energetic and
hard working individuals for a marketing
internship. The position will include market
research, as well as promotional material
development. Interested candidates please
send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org 9-
Do you want to work at an airport? Apply to-
day at University Air Center r call 335-4681.
Night shift and customer service positions
available immediately. 9-28-10-14
CHILDCARE PRN days & occasional e6e-
nings. Must be energetic, loving,& not afraid
to have fun. Experience & references a must.
Starting @ $8/hr. Call 332-4488 9-20-4-14
PIZZA MAKERS FLYER DISTRIBUTORS
and DRIVERS needed. Apply at 3458 West
University Ave. 3PM-3AM. MARIO & LUIGI'S
PIZZA. Flexible schedule. 376-6433 9-21-
Talent call 9/24, 9-11am at RAMTECH for
attractive women modeling & representing
RAMTECH products. Visit www.ramtech.ne'
for examples of pro-photography themes.
Questions:352-256-8324, rates and details
will be discussed at the talent call 3711 SW
42nd Ave. #5 9-23-7-14
HUNGRY HOWIES is now hiring. Cash
paid daily. Drivers & inside workers needed.
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Spread 'n' Shred to clash with SEC
Kim Klement/ Alligator
Andre Caldwell is anxious to finally unveil Urban Meyer's com-
plete offense, including the infamous hook-and-ladder.
* GATORS SET TO EX-
POSE MEYER'S FULL
By LOUIS ANASTASIS
Alligator Staff Writer
There's a reason why
some people call Urban
Meyer's offense tricky and
gimmicky. But so far in his
two games as UF's coach,
the only electric play to leave
Meyer's headset was a 26-
yard Andre Caldwell reverse
against Louisiana Tech.
Tennessee's arrival, how-
ever, could spark a spread-
"This is one of the big-
gest games, so this is where
you pull out all of the stunts
and all of the big plays that
we didn't want to show
teams the first two games,"
. Caldwell said. "We just felt
we'd win with what we've
had we were a better team
with better players. This time
we're going to spread it out
and show them what we've
got and throw at them."
A more liberal Spread 'n'
Shred playbook should do
plenty to increase national
attention for UF's first-year
coach. It should also length-
en Phillip Fulmer's workday.
Well aware of the nuances
that the spread-offense pres-
ents,-Fulmer has familiarized
the Volunteers with both
Utah and UF game film.
"They just make you de-
fend every bit of the field,
and then they complicate it
with the ability to throw it
down the field with great
receivers and it's tough,"
Fulmer said. "It makes you
be disciplined in your assign-
ments. You're going to give
up some plays but you have
to hang in there."
UF has occupied itself
with the basics of the offense
in its two games, meaning
that a plethora of plays and
offshoots remains to be un-
veiled. .Expect to see more
receiver play at the H-back
position and more misdirec-
tion plays Saturday and in
games to come.
Caldwell and Chad
Jackson have even been
practicing Meyer's famed
hook-and-ladder. The play, in
which the quarterback passes
to a receiver who pitches to
another receiver, was used to
spring Utah's Paris Warren
into the end zone during the
"He's going to show you
a little bit of everything,"
Caldwell said. "You're going
to see some tricks in one of
SEE FOOTBALL, PAGE 22
UF win could help sway top recruits
By LOUIS ANASTASIS
Alligator Staff Writer
Picture Brandon Siler, UF's sophomore
man-child, wearing solid Tennessee or-
Picture Siler, one of UF's leaders, chasing
down Chris Leak instead of Erik Ainge and
Rick Clausen this Saturday.
If you think this is weird, don't. Siler
nearly chose Knoxville over Gainesville,
and this weekend some highly touted
recruit will likely make a similar decision
based on the UF-Tennessee game.
Several of UF's prospects will be in at-
tendance, and many others who are watch-
Devil Rays 5
ing on TV could be swayed by the brand of
football they see.
"Well I know we can't release names,
but there's going" to be some of the best
players in the country,';
Meyer said. "I think for
any program in a game of
this caliber, where the en-
tire country is watching,
they want to see the style.
They want to see the
atmosphere, and I know
Meyer it's going to be electric, so
yeah, this is a big part of recruiting."
One of Meyer's unnamed players is
wide receiver Percy Harvin. According to
*Jennifer Magley became the third UF
women's tennis player in the last five
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Scout.com, the five-star Harvin has been
timed with a 4.35-second 40 yard-dash and
will visit campus Saturday. Other interested
recruits scheduled to attend the game in-
clude five-star receivers Jamar Hornsby and
Chris Bell. You can bet local prospects and
national names Tim Tebow and C.J. Spiller
won't be far away, either.
WHAT TEAM UP NORTH?: UF's rivalry week
began with talk of adding kerosene to the
UF-Tehnessee fire. Instead, Meyer, who
fanned the flames with his former teams,
has been wielding more of a fire extin-
guisher than blowtorch. While it is believed
SEE NOTEBOOK, PAGE 22
U 1951: In the first-ever meeting between
the two teams, UF blanks Wyoming 13-0
in Jacksonville to open up the season. Bob
Woodruff and the Gators would finish the
season a mediocre 5-5.
not life and
s painful as it may be, let's
take a trip down memory
lane to about one year
The Gators were up 28-27 in a
packed Neyland Stadium and had
the ball with 55 seconds left. Then
it happens: Tennessee defensive
back Jonathan Wade slaps Dallas
Baker, and he retaliates-but only
Baker gets flagged for a 15-yard
Side judge Bobby Moreau
bad call, and
then the of-
up the clock.
lan Fisher Tennessee
Extra lannings kicker James
email@example.com Wilhoit hits
a clutch 50-
beat the Gators 30-28.
How could you forget?
So what happens after that?
Fans get a hold of Moreau's
phone numbers and death threats
Moreau was on the crew for this
weekend's game, but Southeastern
Conference supervisor of officials
Bobby Gaston wisely reassigned
him, according to Florida Today.
The real issue here is the fact
that Moreau's life was threatened
for a mistake. Moreau admitted
to Florida Today that he blew the
call, but is that a reason to threaten
another man's life?
Fans get so angry over what? A
game? Moreau makes one mistake,
and it's alright to call him and
threaten to kill him?
Moreau's mistake happened to
come at the wrong time in front of a
Somehow, I doubt that anyone
that made a death threat has never
made a mistake.
But fans only remember that
one call, not the countless correct
ones that Moreau previously made
in his 12 years as an SEC official.
I concede that the death threats
SEE INNINGS, PAGE 22
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224ALLIGATOR I THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005
Meyer's plays to showcase offensive ability
FOOTBALL from page 21
A hotter question is how the Spread 'n' Shred will
fare against Southeastern Conference speed. With
slower Mountain West players in 2004, Meyer suc-
ceeded in scoring 41 and 35 points against Texas A&M
and Pittsburgh, respectively. Still, critics point to the
increased difficulty in running option-based plays
within an elite conference. Indeed, Saturday will be
Meyer's SEC litmus test.
"It's all relevant," Fulmer said. "The guys in Utah
were working against the same kind of football players.
The things that go with the offense, with the option and
things are hard to defend. A lot of people run options
and reverses. It goes back to the best players doing their
assignments and making plays."
Speed, according to Caldwell, is
"We're going to prove it to ev-
erybody that with this team and our
speed, the spread-offense is going to
be very successful," Caldwell said.
"We're going to get a lot done and
score a lot of points against the big
teams and the fast teams."
You'll have a much better idea Sunday morning.
Meyer keeps respect and focus for Tennessee
NOTEBOOK, from page 21
that Meyer motivated Utah last sea-
son by placing BYU stickers above
urinals, he has done nothing vaguely
similar this week. He even refused to
omit using the word "Tennessee" as
he has done with the names of past
"I'm sorry to let you down,"
Meyer said. "If you watched our
kickoff coverage the last two weeks
[you know that] my focus hasn't
been on playing games with games.
I have great respect for them. We'll
do some different things within the
team, but the thing you never want
to do is cross that line of disrespect,
regardless of whatever has been
done in the past."
GATOR WALK CHANGED ... AGAIN:
After, experimenting with a longer
route against Louisiana Tech, the
Gators have settled on their original
Gator Walk route. At approximately
5:50 p.m., players and coaches will
disembark from busses at the cor-
ner of Gale Lemerand Drive and
University Avenue. Fans can then
greet them as they approach the
north end of the Swamp.
IANNINGS,from page 21
were probably just empty threats, but you can
never be too careful these days. It's sad enough that
people take sports seriously enough to threaten
lives when there are so may more important things
going on in the world.
"There are some Looney Toons out there,"
Moreau told Florida Today. "And if word gets out
that I'm there and all of a sudden..."
All of a sudden, what? Who knows? It's scary
having your life threatened I know.
During my tenure as sports editor back in the
spring, the Alligator ran a cartoon of Matt Walsh
crying with the word "choke" in his tears. I re-
ceived about 100 angry e-mails.
"I look forward to meeting you," read one e-
mail. "We will see if the pen is really mightier than
I had no idea what to make of it. You never know
how serious people are. Too serious, obviously.
Yes, Moreau made a mistake. We all do.
But is it worth his life?
Just ask yourself if you want your life threat-
ened next time you make a mistake.
If so, Moreau sure was right about the Looney
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Wise likes UF's back row
By DAN TREAT
Standing 6-foot-3 and 6-foot-2 respec-
tively, it isn't often that Kisya Killingsworth
and Kari Klinkenborg find themselves eye-
to-eye with their opposition.
However, that's exactly what happened
this weekend when the Gators faced players
-such as Southern California 6-foot-5 Bibiana
Candelas, Notre Dame's 6-foot-3 Lauren
Brewster and 6-foot- 2 Carolyn Cooper.
"The biggest question mark a year
ago, and it was really in many ways
m ~ our Achilles' heel, was the inexperi-
ence of our serve receivers."
UF volleyball coach
Tim Casey/ Alligator Staff
Middle blocker Kari Klinkenborg isn't used to looking
up to her opponents. Some tough back-row defense
helped Klinkenborg stand up to taller competition.
Those three players, all seniors, have the
ability to hit the ball over the outstretched
arms of players the size of Klinkenborg
and Killingsworth, which is why UF Coach
Mary Wise was particularly impressed with
her team's back row defense as they went
2-1 during the weekend at the Dome Rally
tournament in San Antonio's Alamodome,
home of this year's national championship
"The biggest question mark a year ago,
and it was really in many ways our Achilles'
heel, was the inexperience of our serve
receivers," Wise said. "Jane Collymore,
Marcie, Hampton and Rachel Engel were
seamless this weekend. They were so good,
and [look] what a year of experience has
done for them.
"The difference is how we measure up
against [players like Candelas and Brewster].
The big physical players, we [had] to get bet-
ter at defending them in the back row because
they're going to hit over us. That's exactly
SEE VOLLEYBALL, PAGE 24
Vols safeties lack
By ERIC ESTEBAN
Alligator Staff Writer
Fireworks peppered the
dark Knoxville sky following
Tennessee's comeback win
against UF last season.
A year later, a rivalry known
for its pound-the-football men-
tality could be redefined by
some new fireworks.
The Gators aerial attack
has soared so far and with an
untested secondary visiting
the Swamp on Saturday, the
Volunteers could have trouble
matching up in the passing
game. Offensive coordinator
Dan Mullen wants to keep
UF's play calling balanced.
"I think last year we were
60-40 [run to pass], but at
the same time, our average
halftime score was 31-10,"
Mullen said. "Playing in the
we're going to be in a game
week in and week out. We're
going to have to find a balance
in our play calls."
Against a Tenessee defense
known for its punishing front,
UF might want to follow in
UAB's footsteps. Not only
did the Volunteers secondary
struggle in their season opener,
allowing UAB quarterback
Darrell Hackney to pass for
282 yards and one touchdown,
but the Gators also passed the
ball with ease in Knoxville last
Leak finished with three
touchdown passes and 286
yards in a losing effort, and
the game put Chad Jackson
on the map with his 81-yard
touchdown reception. Jackson,
who finished with 649 yards
and 6 touchdowns in 2004, has
emerged into one of the UF's
top weapons. Jackson leads the
team with 243 receiving yards,
M n safeties
Antwan Stewart and Jonathan
Hefney, both converted corner-
backs, could have similar diffi-
culty covering Jackson. Hefney
played well against UAB, but
at 5-foot-9, 174 pounds, is
vastly undersized and inex-
perienced when compared to
UF's receiving corps. And after
stumbling against the Blazers,
Fulmer benched Stewart in fa-
vor of true freshman Demetrice
"I feel better that Morley's
played, even though Antwan's
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24,,ALLIGATOR N THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2005
Players focus on back row to bolster defense
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VOLLEY, from page 23
While Hampton and
Collymore are more renowned for
their offensive statistics combin-
ing for 204 kills on 557 attempts
this season they are two of five
Gators averaging more than two
digs per game.
Leading that group is Erigel,
who has already collected a SEC
Defensive Player of the Week
award this year, and, with 165
digs, is on pace to shatter both
the school record for average
digs per game and the confer-
ence record for digs in a season.
Defensive specialist Rhian
the only other
than two digs
McGinnis per game.
her 5-foot-11 frame, McGinnis
also presents problems for an
opposing front row. McGinnis,
who has 18 kills this season,
feels that if passes are crisp off
the serve, she'll be able to draw
blockers away from her hitters
with the threat of a kill.
"If I can be a weapon, then
I can make the defense and
the blockers worry about me,"
McGinnis said. "So I can pull
the block towards me and get
our hitters one-on-one. I think
the pass being tight to the net
and running a tight offense are
Untested secondary prepares for Swamp
SECONDARY, from page 23
played at safety," Fulmer said.
Tennessee's only experienced secondary player
is senior cornerback Jason Allen, who's leading the
Volunteers in tackles for the second consecutive
Leak's proven play against the Volunteers
has him confident about UF's offensive potential
"We have some big-time playmakers here, and
we've got a lot of confidence in them," Leak said.
"We're going to do the best we can to make this thing
go, and the guys know what they are doing."
Tennessee likely will try to limit UF's receivers
with heavy bump and run coverage.
But Fulmer knows long strikes, like the one
Jackson showed last year, are inevitable
"You're going to give up some plays," Fulmer
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