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Alligator Staff Writer busy during weekend nights. page 6
Sixteen people, including five UF students -
Alcohol it's as common at UF on the were cited for alcohol violations one
weekends as sleeping, shopping and sun weekend a few weeks ago on Fraternity Row. > Two
bathing. It's expected, accepted and avail The problem can be blamed in part on open wheels beat
able. For many, it's the prerequisite beforea parties and socials, which many under- four when
party, football game or day by the pool. classmen attend, Tipton said.Interfraternity riding
"At least hundreds" of cases of beer are Council President Tom IIr.
sold at the area ABC liquor chain on the Santilli said UF rules prohibit all open, ad- across
weekends, much more than weekdays, one vertised fraternity parties from serving liq/ campus
manager said. / page 10
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spokeswoman Angie Tipton called alcohol are caught drinking on their way to parties,
"very prevalent," especially .on and around or leaving closed fraternity/sorority socials >lookingforan
Fraternity Row. In the houses and along the where alcohol is served to of-age drinkers,
1 1i lawns and parking lots on the row, alcoholis Santilli said. UF police wait outside, Greek apartment?
1I i the most common substance abused,Tip- houses for violators.see Don't settle
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within fraternities k.1JJ'' better to others similar
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page 1 '.I ".; /)) ._" : "';- i .t" they share common interests with, whichis
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UF freshman Katie Elmhurst said she's' beento ,'fr '>2. .; A \ system, Rawlings said.
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four fraternity parties during: the few weeks : .K "We tend to separate ourselves," Rawl-
she's been a student, and said three of them had ] \ ings said. "It's just like a support group.
beer and bowls of spiked punch. In a few houses, ..: .. ... You're looking for people like yourself.We

the liquor was served near the dance floor, she ...).t; .t..q.1.. have different traditions and ways of doing
said. "
"... .. things.
"No one comes up and asks if you want alcohol, ; "...,., 4 ';t"; But in an attempt to pull the two groups
but if you want it, you can get it," Elmhurst said. ... :.. .i"'.. ..;. ., ;,0'1,. together, the first round of this year's
"The (fraternities) I've been to, they're not that sorority rush will introduce black
harsh on age." "f,; ;: ; : : : sororities to rushees and make new
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Santilli said he can't believe that fraternities oil 1 ; rushees aware that joining a predominantly -
would be "that stupid" to have alcohol so openly j ) black sorority is an option, Panhellenic
displayed, especially when police and IFC patrols -J '. Council President Joy Taylor said.
all open parties. "People don't know anything about
Many underage drinkers who can't get into bars black Greeks," Taylor said.
attend fraternity parties and consume lots of al- Alpha Kappa Alpha sister Candace
cohol, Pi Kappa Phi member Seth LaVey said. Lewis said she thinks the introduction is
But often, students come drunk or bring their a good idea because there should be more
own alcohol tactics the fraternities cat.'t, be E. ANN STODDARD ALLIGATOR communication between blacks and
blamed for, LaVey said. Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity members Tony Henderson, Guy Rawlings, Ed Jennings and Rod whites."I .
o A fraternity house can sometimes hide alcohol Alexander often relax between classes outside Turlington Hall. Jennings says the. Greek think having a joint rush will be goodto
during parties because rooms are private propertyand system offers black students unity. improve knowledge between the two
alcohol can go undetected, he said. organizations," Lewis said.
Sigma Chi member Greg Prysock said alcohol Black Greeks strive tokeen Although there's not enough dialogue
and drug use is no more prevalant on FraternityRow between black and white Greeks, it's ac-
and in.the houses than in dormitories and ceptable because people spend time with
apartments.: whomever they feel comfortable with,
"Fraternities aren't any different than the whole cultural identity Lewis said. .
student body," Prysock said. "The truth of the matter is,we don't have
Drugs in fraternity'houses don't pose as many .&.' eI the same interests," Lewis said. "I wantedto

problems as alcohol does, Tipton said. UF police By DEBBIE CENZIPER However, some black fraternity and have a common bond{ with women like
make few drug-related arrests each year, but Alligator Staff Writer sorority members at UF say that while myself and women that I can identify with."
Tipton said drugs are everywhere, not just in integrating more black and white Greek But becoming a black Greek is not onlya
fraternity houses. Racism has become a much-used word activities is good, staying basically matter of wanting to bond with other
again this year at UF, as students stress blacks, Lewis said. It's more about com
also makes
LaVey agreed and said drugs are not mainly a segregated sense.
the need to eliminate discrimination. mon goals and feelings, she said.
"fraternity thing" and can be found anywhere on
campus, just like alcohol. But LaVey added that UF administrators also emphasize the When compared to white Greeks, black "You want to bond with'people whosesee
some fraternity members in many fraternities need for more cultural diversity, minority Greeks have different origins and tradi-
probably do use drugs."Unfortunately faculty and minority student recruitmentand tions. They stick together, and Kappa Identity, page 11 I
retention on campus. Alpha Psi member Guy Rawlings said he
'fraternities
some take ad-
vantage of things like that and they think they'rein
a frat and no one will look at them," LaVey said. Fraternities sororities seek: members I

One fraternity member, a 20-year-old zoology ,
major who didn't want to be named, said drugsare By DEBBIE CENZIPER t lunches,dinners and nighttime
easy to come by when. living in a house full of Alligator Staff Writer parties. Brothers and rushees
. friends he can trust. get to know each other much
All you new students are like they would at any other
"If 20 friends 20
you've got good you've got
good contacts," he said. going to meet lots of Interesting party. There is one exception
people your first few weeksat though no alcohol during
He also said he and his friends, not all of whomare UF. The guy down the hall Rush Week.

fraternity brothers, frequently use drugs suchas in your dorm who plays weird During the first few days of
marijuana, ecstasy, acid, cocaine and a hal- organ music. The teacher who ; Iw Jrf d fraternityrush, which began
lucinogen called mushrooms. strips down to his shorts whena 1 August 19, rushees trek up and
Marijuana is the most commonly used drug classroom gets too hot; The down Fraternity Row (where
because it can be easily purchased, sometimes Hare Krishnas who serve lunchin most fraternities have houses)
eVen easier than alcohol, he said. the Plaza.of the Americas.But trying to experience as many ,

"I can't go into a rest'araunt and get a beer, butI don't worry sooner fraternities as possible. Santilli
can go wherever my friends are selling pot andI than'you think, these peoplewill recommends that rushees visit
can score," he said. "It's much easier for me to become just ordinary. facesin between five and 10 houses
get stoned than get drunk." UF's crowd. during the first days of rush.A .

Drugsare rare Inmost fraternity houses,Santilli One interesting breed of stu- rushee shouldn't have a

said, although he admits that in some houses dents you'll see running Inter-fraternity Council Panhellenic Council house picked because before different rush

drugs may be quite common. But drugs are not around campus, especially on President Tom Santilli President Joy Taylor begins houses have different ad-
houses he said. Wednesdays, are the and
only isolated to fraternity guys
let. Annual charity events Including Greek from UF's top Greek experts vantages, Santilli said.
"If people want to smoke pot, they're going to" ters girls on wearing their shirts odd-looking, shorts and Phi Delta Theta's."Slug which may dispel some After the first few days, a
smoke pot whether it's in dorms or whatever, bookbags. Fest," Zeta Tau Alpha's "Line of the fear and mystery surrounding rushee must decide where he

Santilli said. called Greeks and Dance," and Delta Delta the all-consuming, fits in best and wants to pledge,
IFC Is in (he process of constructing a new UF They're has about 6,000 of them,all Delta's, "Dolphin Daze," 'all much-dreaded "Rush Week." the first step to becoming a
alcohol policy called, "Bring. Your Own Beer" members of UF fraternity benefit local, state and national And if you decide, you wantto member. He'll]] begin spending
a or
because the old, lenient alcohol policy did not sorority. Greeks make organizations. become a Greek, maybe in "quality time" in a few houses
meet insurance requirements. about 17 percent of the student up Inter-fraternity Council a few months,you'll wear some during the last few days of
.Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen said body, and are involved in almost President Tom Santilli said, Greek letters of your own. rush. Santilli said a rushee
because fraternities are student organizations, UF every nook of student life. having a fraternity or sorority FRATERNITY RUSH should choose the house he
deals directly with alcohol and drug infractionsand They even have a special day, house for a student to come Fraternity rush is casual and feels most at home in, not the
also issues the penalties., Wednesday, to informally signify home to is one of the greatest informal, a time for f& rushee to house others consider. "the
,But Sandeen said he's not sure if more drinking Greek unity and support. advantages of becoming a' meet brothers in different coolest.
takes place in fraternities than in apartments or at, Greek ''Involvement in organizations Greek. fraternities and decide wherehe When a rushee decides on
other social gatherings. Fraternities, though, are include all parts of ""When you come to a university feels most comfortable,San- his future home, he should
more in a spotlight if underage drinking. goes on, Student' Government and with 35,000 students, it tilli said. look at what the house has to
he said. Florida Blue Key,'UPs leader 'gives you a place to call home Unlike sorority rush offer-ideals and goals,and
"Fraternities have certainly: been a focus of ship honorary. Homecomingand and some place to relate to," where rushees dress up and go if the brothers and the rushee
social activity. on our.campus for, a long time," Gator Growl, billed as the Santilli said. through a whirlwind of formal hold common interests, Santillisee

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Although many UP studentsenjoy !i anyone affiliated with UF in some suites. The suites include a living
having visitors during the.' way, said Janet Eldred, the hotel'si room area in addition to a queen-
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people that know about the hotel "The furniture in our rooms was
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cate the appeals. I I for 60 days. If you accumulate 20 points

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3. Freshmen and Sophmores living on- i Service Drives

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Krishnas. Don't eat at Skeeter's every night. Don't
put too much faith in people who start every sentence
This is with the word "don't"

page W MYOPfNIOl. And, most of all, don't worry too much about all
this stuff. While you shouldn't advertise your fresh-
manishness, it's also stupid to worry about meeting
other people's shallow social expectations. Have fun.
your pageSo But avoid wearing all that orange and blue crap

okay?
anyway
what do you think? A QUICK GLOSSARY OF TERMS: Because it's
The opinions page is your place to air your thoughts. If hard to find one of those little translation dictionariesfor

you have complaints about something in The Alligator, "ENGUSH-to-GATORISH," below are a few key

write and let us know. If a government official, UF ad- phrases to drop in idle conversation so you can further

ministrator or professor does something wrong, let us shroud your freshness:
know. If think The Alligator really messed call us A+ NOTESThe Cliffs Notes of lectures. Ranks
you up,
with Magna Carta, Bill of Rights and Paper Mint
on it. Likewise, if someone does something well or goes 4 w A coupon book as documents of historical impact.

out of his or her way to help you, let us know that, too. %r 1 1P 1V BEER- Beer.

Anyone may send us a letter, but please try to be clear NAPWNHEADS- guys who wear bandannas
and concise. We don't give credit for the number of on their heads like apple turnovers. Often have

words you write like professors do, and sometimes good unwashed hair and listen only to bands that dress in
black. Also can be counted on to say things such
as,
letters must be cut drastically to fit in our limited space. acid
"Don't ever drop man. Take it passfail"WHITE
We can't promise to print every letter because we don't STUDENT UNION- group of UF stu-

have room, but we'll try to print the best, worst or most dents who have banded together to protest federal

important letters we receive. If, for instance, we receive hiring regulations, which they say are based on

five letters on the same topic, well try to publish the two minority quota practices. Okay, so they don't read a

or three that best represent the entire group of letters. whole lot.And .
remember not to confuse the WSU with the
Sometimes when we have a large number of letters, we CSU, which is the Campus Swine Unit Both may be

will run an extra opinions page. The page is sometimes known for flying mud and rude noises, but the pigs
devoted to four or five letters all about one topic and usually keep manure in their own pens.

sometimes is used to clear a backlog of letters covering .YOU.'YOUIYOLHYOUU! "This vwsatial phrase is
different t01>ics_ *. only effective if it is chanted in a quick succession.The .
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But if a letter is too long, we can't use it because it is louder and deeper, the better. "
Much like the Hawaiian term "aloha, this phraseis
usually impossible to edit it to a reasonable length. We appropriate in a number of circumstances: a Gator

want you to share this space with the other readers. touchdown, a fraternity fight, an opponent's airball in

Please limit letters to 200 words. That's about one typed, basketball, a fraternity social, a Gator homerun, a

double-spaced page. lard, fraternity member's wedding, Morton Downey Jr.
For legal reasons we don't print unsigned letters. If ItAvoid reruns, table surfing or any gathering at Central City.
a( Many of the people who their
never overcame
write and be take
you to us want to published, you must
freshman fondness of and blue also this
orange use
credit for work. All submissions be and
your must signed term to express anything from arousal to hairballs.
must include the author's name, phone number and stu- freshness BETTERTHAN SCRAWLING "CLASS OF 'QO"

dent classification, if applicable. On a rare occasion we ON A DESK: Start off on the right foot. In an effortto

will withhold an author's name for privacy reasons, but with this column give your class a little distinction and notoriety,
we still need all the information for our records. why not revamp some of those tired old Gator cliches
with some more up-to-date sayings?
We also accept editorial cartoons and columns from THE TAKEOFF: Okay, so here you are in Gaines- You've probably been here, what, maybe 11
our readers. The columns we publish are generally for ville. The folks just drove off in their familymobile, minutes before you hear "Every time a virgin
more in-depth subjects while letters are usually com- waving and shouting back some last minute warnings graduates from UF,a brick falls out of Century Tower."
plaints or comments about letters or news events. about phone bills and studying.You watch the taillight st t It might have drawn a giggle out of the average froshin

Columns may be humorous or serious and may be about disappear around the corner and count to ten,just to 1958 but, hey, look how those"people dressed.
make sure they didn't forget Instead, start the
something.You reciting equally accurate "Every
almost Check Geoff Boucher's
any topic. out example to get to 23 when you realize they're really gone. time there's a parking space on campus, a brick falls
the right. A giddy wave washes over you, your new freedom out of Century Tower."

The cartoons you'll see on the opinions page are some- rises up and smacks you in the face. You'll have fun,
fun, fun 'til takes the --> Boucher
Daddy
tuition check Geoff
away.
times from syndicated cartoonists and sometimes from
Mom and Dad
are homeward bound, sentenced to SPEAKING
student artists. We prefer running students' work over four (five? six?) years of fretting about the various OUTOr

syndicated art from Atlanta or Detroit if we can. forms of debauchery you are pursuing up in that
college town. Talk about paradise. You don't know maybe, "Every time visiting alumnus are
The editorial which in this daily is the
appears space what to do first, but man, it better be pretty damn dressed in non-polyester garb on game day,an orange-
.. official view of The Alligator. The editorial is the only good. Freedom. The word just tastes good. and-blue Winnebago falls from the sky." Now that's

thing on the opinions page which reflects the opinion of Now calm down. Don't be reserved or stuffy or comedy. Or even "Every time UF has an athletic

The Alligator staff. Everything else on. the opinions pageis anything, but just stop jumping around. And quit t scandal, the sun rises." You get the idea.
the opinion of the author or artist. high-fiving everything in sight Relax, because you LISTEN TO THIS GUY WITH. THE LOUSY
know what happens if act G.PA PREACH:
We also"don't print material that's incoherent or irrelevant Before you too silly don't you? Did know UF school
you can say "Turlington Hall," some of the you was named the No.party
If you don't have anything to say, or can't make older folks around here will tag you with the F-word in the country back in a 1969 Playboy magazine? It
your letter, column or cartoon understandable, we can't No, not that one. The other F-word Freshman. hasn't been ranked that high since, but the student
use it. You don't have to be a journalism, art or English And that's no fun. body still has a reputation for placing alcohol and

major to be on the opinions page -just make your point HOW TO AVOID BEING TAGGED AND THE athletics above academics.
Maybe that's of the half freshman
ENSUING PUBLIC HUMILIATION one reasons of the
and keep it simple. : drops out before
more than one Gators garment at one time.No matter hitting their sophomore year.
how many Gators sweaters/sweat pants/painters' Fun is fun and parties are parties, but if you wantto

alligatorEditor caps/shoelaces/etc. you received as going-away gifts look back on college as a really nifty time,squeeze
try,to limit the orange and blue blizzard effect. Hey', some thinking in between the revelry. You don't
want to look like a senior?Don't wear of the necessarily have to be the school's top scholar, but
any stuff.
Judy A. Plunkett
exploit the
Don't call it Turlington Hall"it's learning environment around you.
GPA.
Managing Editor Opinions Editor for directions, either.And don't Don't ask I'm not even talking about the classroom stuff. If
Tracy Burlingame M.D. Cumella dead i veaway.Best bet:Just wander carry around a map.aimlessly Thafs a you skip that,you won't be here too long anyway. Do

and hope to bump into the correct buildings stuff outside the classroom. Read some books, talk to
Letters Policy Don't if professors,check out local stage productions and the
f!.. Letters to the editor should not sewed 200 word (bout one 8-by-lO page). They should be run you're late. Don't'eat at the Union
typed double-fpeced end tlfnad.' They should Include I typed name, eddreee and telephone everyday.Don't carry every text book everywhere museum. Take in a few of the guest lectures.
number Namei will be withheld If the writer shows"just Mine. If you haw' any questions cell go. Don't pass notes in class. Don't you It won't kill you, right?
believe
the editorial editor at 37fr44M. things i in
page ,The Florida Review< Don't make fun'of Geoff Boucher!will bt The AUigatort tucutivt tutuI
the
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Below are four editorial cartoons by nationally syndicated artist Mike Luckovich. Mike's work hasn't appeared much in The Alligatorthis j

summer because several student artists began drawing their own cartoons (such as Craig Baxter, an Alligator artist whose work appears 'k.

on the opposite page). We like Mike, but we'd love to see your sketchings on anything local, national, international or cosmic.

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Jennifer Jones, a UF senior therapeutic recreation nels: will arrange a time and place to pick up passen- Health and Accident insurance plan. For students
student, broke both her kneecaps in a car accidentlast gers anywhere on campus, as well as the Medical continuing coverage from last semester, renewal
June. Despite the Injury, she was determined to Center the Veterans Administration Hospital and the brochure and enrollmentform
notices (including a new
stay in school. P.K. Yonge Laboratory School.
At first, she huffed and Dannels, who has driven the ) were mailed to your listed address. For new
puffed her way around campuson The van since the program started in students or students who did not receive the renewal
Handi-Van
crutches.But the walk uphillto trans- February 1984, has become a mailing, insurance tables are stationed at the Florida

Turlington Hall persuaded ports disabled or tempo_ wizard at getting everyone to the Gym, Reitz Union and the Bookstore from 8:30: a.m. to
Jones to use the UF Handi-Van. right place at the right time.
di abfs JWVan transports rarily injured students, Sometimes Dannels takes his 4 p.m. daily for the following registration dates:

students, faculty and"'ifaf1\ *-.....iHr and staff around clipboard home on weekends to
around campus. The van runs campus. plan u out route schedules, he August 20 to August 24

Monday through Friday from August 27 to August 31
7.M..VV a.m, to .,.t.M.vv .n..m, Regular passenger IoL uur c
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"The Handi-Van is a real lifesaver," Jones said. "I 1 rary passengers can ride free for a week
couldn't have finished up my classes without it." Insurance assistants will be on-hand to answer

The Handi-Van,sponsored mainly by UF's Student The Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol runs an questions pertaining to the policy or call the insurance
Traffic Court, is equipped with a wheelchair lift, two evening extension of the Handi-Van service from 3:30to : administrator toll-free 800-237-0903.
places for wheelchair passengers and nine seats. 8:00: p.m. Prospective passengers should contact 0qW
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automobile drivers do. For example, bicyclists fined $52.
a city ranked by Bicycling magazine as!s riding on the road must ride in the Every bicycle rode between sunset and
the nation's sixth best place to ride,bicycle!5 same direction as other vehicles using thatf sunrise must be equipped with a white lamp

probably are UP students'favorite means o. same road. visible at least 500 feet from the front of the

transportation.But About 15,000 bikes are used on campusr bike, and a red lamp on the rear of the bike
why are UF students hopping on the! during Fall and Spring semesters,UF policei visible from at least 60Q feet away. Violatorscan
two-wheelers to get to class rather thar spokeswoman Angie Tipton said. UF police be fined $32.

: jumping into their cars or pounding th: gave out 604 bicycle citations in 1988, and '. ,
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pavement? 437 in 1989. .All bicycles shall be able to stop within f' x ;?-* Z')1

,. "It's cheap, you get to class easy, there'!s Florida's bicycle laws state that: 25 feet of brake application when moving at -ALLlGA'70;PHOTO
no parking and it's great exercise," said i Bicyclists cannot transport more passengers a speed of 10 mph on a dry, level, clean Bicyclists cannot transport more passen
Scott Weinstein, manager of the Bike Rout 5 than the bicycle is designed to hold, pavement. Violators can be fined $32. gers than their bicycle is designed to

on West University Avenue. except when an adult rides with a child in Bikes, 28 carry, except when an adult carries a
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Alpha Psi President extensive charity work. Black
BeAe Apartment Community Damian Fletcher said that unlike Greeks sponsor organizationssuch
Accepting 3 BR rentals from most white fraternities' weeklongrush as the local Boys' Club and
Law Students Mod Students period to recruit members, Africare, which provides food and
Grad Students and all black fraternities have an informal other services for people in Africa.
serious mature students information session called a"smoker"
3 BR features to speak with potential Many black and white Greeks ,
1376 ft/ $530 paddle fan brothers. also share the belief that fraternity !
mini/vertical blinds But the differences between or sorority membership opens
beautifully landscapedpool black and white Greeks shouldn't doors which enter into an enriched
/saunanightclockman overshadow their similarities. student life.

pest control Both groups try to develop "It's a social outlet," Fletcher
leadership skills and lasting said. "It's a stepping stone to becoming
call 373-6800 friendships. All UF Greeks raise more involved on cam-
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Be sure you ere boarding the right bus. Each bus has a route Handicapped and Senior Citizens ..............................25.
'1' number above and to the left of the front door. There la alto a (one-hall fare)with RTS I.D.and Medicare card ,

..' .\.. number destination and direction sign above of the the bus.windshield showing the route Transfers(i-,for rider.who pay one-half.......faVe]).------.....................log "'

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J'.. and reduced fare ready when you board the bus. $5 for 12 rides((2 ride free)
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J. Board quickly and carefully show your past or deposit your fare change
and take a ...t. If no seat la available, move to the rear and
If' stand holding on to the seat rail.Senior citizens and handicap. MINIBUS SERVICE
.::( ped citizens have priority seating In the front. .

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AMERICAN COFFEEHOUSE MEXICANBurrito SEAFOOD




Brown Derby Philosophy Store Brothers Market Street Pub Capt'n Louie's Galley

We know how particular you jre about Bookstore & Coffeehouse, 3460 W. Taco Co. Enjoy fresh handcrafted Import style We serve the! finest in chicken & seafood
your steaks, that's why we only serve Univ. Ave. 378-6370. In the tradition of beers In a jovial English pub. Live entertainment come in and try our daily buffet
steaks that are fresh cut, never frozen bookstores & coffeehouses of the 18th Serving Gainesville since 1976. 100?!6 Fri, Sat evenings No &: salad bar. We also offer grilled sea
and broiled exactly the way you order. & 19th centuries. Gourmet coffee, by) vegetarian items available. Try our famous cover.120 SW1 st Ave.377-2927. Lunch food & sandwiches. Across from
the bean the brew. guacomole!Open 7 days until 10. Kreme, 309 N.W. 13th St. 372-
Our Prime Rib is a specialty of the or by Espresso,Cappuccino and dinner daily. Knspy
16 NW 13th St. 378-5948.
house with different cuts to satisfy & numerous exotic coffees; 6311.
every appetite. Seafood lovers will feel from the world over. Many varieties of
right at home with a large and varied tea,too. lOam-lOpm Mon-Sat El Toro LaFitte's Seafood and

selection to choose from. Dinners come Mexican Restaurant Raw BarDowntown
with fabulous
complete our Super
1723 SW 13th Street.
Salad Table, your choice of potato and GOURMETToby's on the square.
Great Mexican Food. 7 Days.
USE 1 1st Ave.3729928For
baked bread. From 5 7
oven to p.m.join
No Brag-just Fact. WAMV11//
your friends for the Best Happy Hourin 10 years offering the best seafood in
Gainesville. Blackened, Broiled, and
reduced cocktails
town. Enjoy price
plus complimentary hot and cold chef CornerA Grilled...Seafood, Pastas, Bar-B-Que
selected Hors d' Oeuvres. Banquet facilities Gainesville tradition continues A Shrimp, Tuna, Caviar, Oysters, Steak,
available. Most ,major credit warm Country Inn setting featuring Chicken and Quail.Try our new Italian
cards accepted. Reservations not unique seafood, veal, steaks, fowl and Specialties. Nightly Fresh seafood.

needed but for parties of six or more, pasta specialities; Tableside flambe Every Sunday, Monday & Tuesday
please call 373-0088.5220 S.W. 13th St., desserts & coffees. Dinner from 5 'The Mill Bakery, night: All The Garlic, Mustard, Mary-
just south of Williston Rd.Charlie's nightly. Lunch from 1130: am week- Eatery & BreweryFull land Style Crabs You Can Eat! Lunch
days. Reservations recommended. 101 Bar,fresh brewed beer. Drink Specials M-F 11-3. Dinner M-Sun. Now taking
SE 2nd Place. 375-7620. MC/VISA ac- 4.7 daily. Expanded Patio with reservations. -

cepted. live entertainment Wed.-Sat. nights.

Fine Dining Spirits Oaks Mall Plaza, 331-0110.

Handcut Steaks. Fresh Seafood. Daily
SPANISH
Luncheon Buffet-3.95. Sunday ITALIANBella Murphy's Pub
Brunch-4.95. Live Entertainment
Wed-Sat NO COVER! Reservations Daily Specials
Deli Sandwiches & Ice cold beer! La ConchaThe

recommended.371-8069. Pizza Billiards, Darts and Video games. flavor of Key West right here in
Come for the food,stay for the fun! $2 Happy Hour 4-7 Daily. Mon.-Thur. Gainesville. Spanish and Latin American -
]J's Restaurant pitchers-Big Screen TV. Full Italian 11am-12pm Fri.-Sat. 1 lam-lam. Sun. Cuisine. M-F 11 am-8:30: pm. 4002

Breakfast house 20 years. Serving menu Specializing in calzones, whole Ipm-lOpm. 5112 NW 34th St. across W.Newberry Rd. Plaza West 378-4002.

8:00-2:30: : every day.One block to cam- wheat crust and vegetarian pizzas. from the YMCA pool. 3724751.Shelley's .
pus. 1225 W.Univ. Ave. Subs and wings, too. Lunch and dinner
buffet every day. Catering service-Free Tavern
Delivery. Across from Putt Putt In Fes- STEAK
Snuffy's Restaurantand tival Plaza.3500 34th St.3350200Leonardo's Open at 11 am for lunch. Pool tourna-
ments Wed. &Sun. Daily specials.6900
Lounge
SW Archer Rd., about 2 mi. W. of 1-75, Great Steaks
1017 W. Univ. Ave.376-8899 706

Caribbean pub atmosphere with gour- Experience the Renaissance, progres- 376-7870. Beef & SpiritsFor
met burgers, steaks, chicken teriyaki, sive pastas and fresh fish in an alterna- the best steaks and prime rib in
Lion TavernNEW
baby back ribs, seafood,, salads, sandwiches tive atmosphere. Offering Thai Red Gainesville. You cook over a hickory "
and New England clam chow- Chicken, Cajun Shrimp, Gorganzola & IMPROVED-Management & charcoal grill or our chef will prepare y
der. Relax and enjoy your favorite Alfredo,Shrimp Pesto&:California and atmosphere!!Check us out!! Friday 9 to your dinner. Chicken & Seafood tool : \
close $3 most pitchers. Best grill in For 1 well drinks&
5-10,2
cocktail in our casually elegant lounge. Pizzas. DaVlnd's de- Open daily \
Chicago Style El Toro To Go
Open (M-Thurs), 11:30: am-Midnight; Afterwards enjoy homemade town-food till mldnite. Don't forget to dollar drafts from 5-7 pm. 6-Pound I
(Fri&Sat),11:30: am-2 am;(Sun),6 pm- desserts light. espresso, cappucdno & a ter- FREE DELIVERY&TAKE-OUT say "Hi!" to Bill. challenge. 2310 SW 13th St. 373-4301. ;
1203 SW 16th Ave, behind Players-
11 Hour 3-7 MQ Visa
pm.Happy pm. rific wine list. Kevin Curtin chef. S.-Th.
374-8100
5-10 pm & Fri. & Sat. 5-11 pm. 706 W. ,)

Univ. Ave.3782001. SEAFOODAw : ,
La Fiesta

CHINESE The Original Mexican RestaurantGville's Shucks

newest authentic Mexican res
Pizza PalaceThe taurant. Our family restaurants have Seafood Restaurant and

J's RestaurantChinese kind of place your friends wouldtell been serving the Southeast for 16 yrs. Bar
food: delivery, 5-9 pm; lunch you about. Homemade pasta, fresh Serving daily lunch specials llam- Oyster s
of
11-2:JO;dinner 5-9 pm every day except baked lasagna &sauces made to order. 2:30pm: &delicious dinner entree's 5-10 For over seven years serving some pTim's
seafood In
Tues. night. Only a block to campus. Open everyday at 5 pm.Corner of NW weekdays & 5-10:30: weekends. Come the freshest gourmet I
and dinner
Lunch specials
Gainesville.
1225 W, Univ. Ave. Chef J J10 yrs. exp. 23rd Ave, and 6th St.372-1546. In &: give us a tryl! 7038 NW 10th PI. change daily. Killer chicken wings,hot
between Service Merchandise & Mr. II
( crawfish dip, sauteed mushrooms and
I Han's)332-0878. onions with melted provolone and the

tastiest clam chowder. Full service bar
with the tallest bar in town.We have It
NATURALConey fresh and it's always good!! Check us
out. In the! Kash-n-Karry Shopping I
Center 4212 NW 16th Blvd. 372-0332.

Island M-W 1130am-lam: ,Th-F 1130am-2am: ,

International foods naturally done. Sat. 4pm-2am, Sun 4pm-llpm.

Specializing in whole foods. Try our THAI
Island burrito Black Bean Supreme, For'

Carrot Dog, Tofu Reuben, of stir fry InformationRegarding
veggies and brown rice.Salad and Col-
Thai RestaurantBrings
umbo frozen yougurt make a great lite, Out On The Town,
lunch. Cookies, cakes and more. Take- Contact you the "Best Blend of the Orient -
outs welcome. Open 11-11 eight days a Open Mon-Dat, Closed Sunday.Visa .
week:210 SE 1st St.372-9288.Going forts Amanda. Escoblo MQ AMX, 501 N.W. 23rd Ave.

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and lasts until Sunday. Rush con-
/u/uun : Dance and Aerobics Apparel : said.And even before rush begins, sists of four rounds of short parties
Santilli said he recommends that that increase in intensity and for-
MUSIC C0.'YQtJt I 10% off I II rushees read the IFC information mality as bid day (when rusheesare
I any purchase I sent to them,which details the size asked to join) draws closer.
complete music store" of each fraternity and how much it And, unlike fraternity rush,
: Expires 9/30/90/ / : costs to pledge. sorority rush mandates that every
EVERYDAY LOW PRICES ON 116 NW 13th St.Downstairs Joining a larger fraternity can rushee goes to all of UF's 20
I I sororities during the first round,
cost a pledge $1,100 a semester,
Audio Centron and at least 10 houses t the second
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SOUND REINFORCEMENT 371,.3701 fees.The cost and size factors helpin round.
- - J making a decision, Santilli said.Santilli's After the first two rounds,
Roland' Rhodes rushees will learn that an umbrella,
parting advice don'tbe
fan and the
paper lightest possible
because brothers
nervous are
JJvai' dress are a mu st in sorority rushing
just as to meet rushees as
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rushees are to meet them, Santilli
CRAT g DECORATING? <* said. Choosing a great pledge class Rushees den thunderstorms should be forewarned, Taylor said.that
means a promising future for the
ilk. Posters, Prints & jfcr they'll never want to drink ice
fraternity house,and brothers want t
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pledges to like them and choose
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Burdinea .......... ......... ... ... Intrigue ............. ......... .. A-2A Benlley's Luggage ... .. ... .... ....K-10 ...... :;:- '
toy's ............... ......... ... ...: Kay Jewelers .... ........ .. .F-12 Briar Patch ...... C-4
JCPenney .......:=.... ....;::: ::::: Lawton Jewelers T t jiS C-2 Cutlery World ...........:: .:...:: ..:...... K-6 "
Sears ............... ......... ... .... Luria's............... ......... .. A-13 Fish & Cotters ..... .... .. ... ...... ...... B-2 ,
Prestige............. ......... :.. .F-15 The Frame Up ......_... .. ... ..... .......J-4 "
BEAUTY SALONS/COSMETICS/ Whitehall" Jewelers ..........................L-11 1 General Nutrition Center.................D-1 1
Command Performance.. ........C-11 Zales Jewelers ........................ ......... H-2 Hot Tropics............ ....'. ". Kiosk 4 #to.' a
Hair Plus .......................:..:..........F-8 Lechters Housewares: ; .::::... :::::...... F-8 I.-' .
JCPenney Beauty Salon ................. MEN'S FASHIONS LenaCrafters..K22Made
Norman Cosmetic .:........A-2 Chess King......................................A-9 McDuff Electronics ............... .......... L-8 .4 W
Regis Hairstylists ................... ...E-2 J. Riggings ........................................L-9 One Hour Optical ............ ... ........F.13 ,
Jeans West ....................,I........ ......... H-4 Pearie Vision Center... ... .... .......... 8-3
CARDS/GIFTS/TOYS Oaktree................................... .........D-9 Radio Shack....................................C-7 ....
Circus World .. C-8 The Senate ....................................... B-4 Ritz Camera One Hour Photo ..........H-1
Country: SamPj;; ::::.::::::::...::::::K-13 Sterling Optical................. .............J-9.
The Emporium ................. .......... L-2 MUSIC/BOOKS/ Sunglass Hut....................... .........0-4
Love and Learn ....................... .. A-1 B. Dalton Bookseller .......... .............. F-7 Sunglass Place ......... ....Kiosk 1
The Love Shop................. .:...... E-1 Psrramore Music.................. ........... K-8 Things Remembered. .... ............. C-1 1
lynn't Hallmark Shop .......?......... B-5 Reoord BarWaldenbooks............................. .......K-12 Treasury Drug ...............................8-18 ALLIGATOR PHOTO .
Nautical But Nice ....................... 8-6 ...........,..... ... ............. C-9 Wicks 'N Sticks................... ............ H-9 I On the Reitz Union's North Lawn, students watch movies and I

Playland ..................................... L-7 cartoons several weekend nights throughout the year.
Scribbles I Giggles.................... F-t SERVICES SPORTS ACCESSORIES
Spencer Gift ...........................B-11 Alachua County Sheriffs D.pt..A.3C Athlete Attic .....................................0-5
World. Bazaar ............................. C-5 Better Homes I Gardens....... .......F-25 Athlete Lady .......................... ...,.... F-10 Union expansion
CPI Photo Finish .................... ......A-4B Champs Sports ..............................A-18 -
Dental Center......................... ......... E-4 Fool Locker: .....................................K-21
FOOD Empire of America (Honor) .... ....... C-1A Lady Foot Locker.............................B-13
AtW Hot Doge and More .......... 8-7 First Union Bank .................... .......... H8 Second Wave........................ ....... F-16
'All American Hero ...................F-19 U.S. Post Office Boxes .................. E-1 IA Team Pride ,....................................H-3 revitalizes
Aunt 1 Boardwalk Fries ::::::::::::::: ::::::A-4A SHOES WOMEN'S FASHIONS campusactivity

''Bre.Ier'.1ea Cream I Yogurt B-10

BreoV'; Yogurt::::::::::::::::...1.. ....:.....F-18. E-3 Bar Bakers! of Fid;:::::::::::::::::::::::::'.'::::::::.H6 L-6 Body Brooks Shop.......:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::0-8 A-7:

Chtek-FI-A ..... .........-........F-24 Buster Brown ...................... .. ..........K-7 Casual Comer...............................C-10 center
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Del One .............::::::::::::::::::...i.. 0-2 3 Doten Connie..Shoes...........:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::C-3: Colony ......:::::::..,,.:::::.?::::::::::,:.,...... D-7: -
Famous Cookies Kiosk Casuals ........................K-18 President Michael Browne sard.
Father I Son ................................. A-11 Contempo PATRICIA LEE
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Fanny Farmer ............ ..... .... K-19 F-9 5.7.9........ .H-8 "It's to be."

Gyro Meant WrapH.....:::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::.F-23-13 Kinney Hanover Shoes Shoes....,....:::;:::::::.?:::::'::::':::':'CSNaluraliier. H-7 Lane H. Zachary Bryant!::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::..::::::::K15Larry's J-7 Alligator of Writer it be hid Browne's an exciting office place is on the third ,

Payless ShoeSource............... .......C-12 Lamer Shop ..................................8-12 Although part may floor along with other Student Gov-
OU Fashioned Ice Cream MIA Thom McAn .............................:.........A-8 The Limited ......................................J-3 den away because of constructionwork ernment and student organization
'UM Pizza.................................H-12 1 .The Wild Pair ................................... K-9 Limited Express................................A-8 UFs 23-year-old Reitz Union offices.
Mandarin Express ....................H." Ormond Shop......................... .......... F-3 will soon become a more modern
'Morrison's Cafeteria.................. B-1 Peck 1 Peck.........................I..I.....J-8 But the Reitz Union is not only
Orange. Julius...........................F20The SPECIALTY FASHIONS Petite SopNsticate ................. ..........L-1 accessible building, its managers for students it's managed by
Original Cookie Co. ..........F.21 Hot Tops................................,.....A-2B Sues Unlimited ................................ F2Susie's them as well. With a 14-member
Pasta Market a Clam Bar .......H-15 Molhercare ...'......................... .........A-4 Casuals ............................A-10 say.The Union which is completinga board of headed by a
Ruby Tuesday ............................ASStSMfrtss Parklane Hosiery............................. L-3 Today's Woman?............................... F-8 is to keep student it managers is the :
"" Candy..Klo.k 5 Tropix Bridal I Formats ......... .......A.15 Trend..D-I major expansion, trying only building on

Taco Viva ............?...................D-11 1 t Victoria's Secret..................... ......... B-8 Ups 'N Downs ................................ K-14 up with changing times. The expansion campus where students have con
includes the addition of stores,

JEWELRY SPECIALTY SHOPS UNISEX FASHIONS conference rooms and an audito- trol.The board decides what new ,:

AlllrIhoughtl..D.2 A Florist in the Mall ........................A-18 Benetton........................................ K-23 rium. services the Union programs will {J-i
Clalrt's Boutique ....................8-14 AMC 6 Theatres.............................0-12 County Seat ................................... D-10 or .
The Earring Tree,...................A-12 AT&T Phone Center.......................J-10 The Gap ........................................K-18 Associate Director John Neely offer and maps out its budget, policy ,
14K Gold Center............ ..Kiosk, 2 Aladdin's Castle,............................. E-7 Jarrod's' ..........................................M K-3 wants the center of student activity, changes and future. The Union* ,,
Friedman's Jewelers. ................K-1,.. '1 Babbage's .....................................B-15 and the only student-run buildingon which receives no money from tax

campus, to be the place where revenues or UF, is self-supporting \

VISIT THESE FINE STORES,,' f 13 [j] 1J1J students can do much of their shop and relies solely on profits made :
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AJ4A.fiThe. stores that are "We want students to be able to The second floor includes a ball

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N. A ditions, the Union stays busy year- The first floor where a cafeteria,
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"f! :: pages. Turn the full-service restaurant on the fifth is busiest during lunch. Also t
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Manor, 2777 SW Archer Road, they plan to stay, Parmenter said.
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The first mistake that students' in a business, they'll honor
make is signing: a lease too soon, their portion, as a renter should
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"Some landlords have no incen- Treehouse Village on 117 SE 16
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APARTMENTS' such as videocassette recordersand

from page 20 radios are stolen," Darnell


most popular because that's how said.Other problems, such as poor

long a typical school year lasts. building and property mainte-

Tenants should protect what nance,could be avoided if students
they own from theft or damage by took their time and looked at dif

having renter's insurance, Parmen- ferent apartment complexes, said
ter said. Students can be coveredby Treehouse Village Assistant Man

their parents' homeowners insurance ager Gailind Elsasser.If .

or 'heir own policy. brochure the
O a says complexhas
Landlords insure themselvesand a pool, make sure it's kept

their property, not their clean and not left green and dirty,
renter's property, Parmenter said. Parmenter said.

I r------ --i II r___-_ Theft is the renter's' problem, not Tenants should ask to see the

gal Express I SAVE II EXTENDED TINTED SOFTCONTACTS WEAR I the landlords, he added. exact apartment they want-not a

I II ONLY$6'oo I Populated mostly by uppermiddle model or someone else's apart-
I II class young people, student ment.

I $2500 I II I I apartment complexes make perfect "The model isn't Wed in,"

otr I II I targets for burglars,especially during Parmenter said. "Students want to
I S25OOofflhepuchueohnYII) ((8u m Had Sohmu D CuunEunMiiMii school breaks Gainesville
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of Eya. aq rla.i $,4e) see an apartment holding .
compete pair eye-glasses. .
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up, how the carpets wear with time
EYEGLASSES IN 1 HOUR! I .UrdlMt.C."a.mrp.--"mud N .tMvMlMt4lMBM.. I II I I...Ckm::'::r. .a..".iMOlToEnpiroi .::.. I Darnell said."Historically. and how the appliances work over

Even Bifocals,Trifocals & Invisible BifocalsGAINESVILLE'S L Off-ExQire11/30/90:: / JrIr L. .: : 1130790CONTACT / more burglaries do time.

LARGEST SELECTIONOF \ occur while students are on break," "If people don't' check the exact

I FREE GLASSES I I III I i LENSES: Darnell said. The police department apartment they want to live in,they
FRAMES EXAM A FITTINGINCLUDEDI shows increase when "
a slight can expect the worst, he said.
I Buy one pair of f glasses i II I students return, because that's
SAME DAY EYE EXAMS AVAILABLE I ceerDady I Students should also expect that
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get
I III $99 Were I when students report burglaries. what they see is what they'll get. If
second free. Some
Oaks Mall Plaza I restrictions pair apply. I I II $119 Clear Exlendocl I Fifty-two burglaries were re- landlords say they'll clean the I

(Between the Mill and Toys "R" Us;) Fr1 I I I II Wear I ported after Spring Break this year, apartment before a students ar-
6757 Nawbany Road L.i.J! I "":: ::=::: :::" III SOB cptOfmtrm""" for dtuils I Darnell said. Forty-three bur rives, don't believe them-oral

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Although violent crimes don't occur often on campus U
Alligator Writer
students should still be careful, Tipton said.
When students think about UF police, thoughts of 'Three rapes were reported last year
officers writing speeding tickets often come to mind. "We have a very low incident of violent crimes,but FOOTSTOOL $9.88 $19.99
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said. Theft is the crime that occurs most often on campus -
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patrol campus U reports of larceny and 55
F 65 officers
24 hours a day, seven daysa police's are reports of motor vehicle
week, and receive the more than traffic cops, UF police theft on campus,accordingto
same training as officers UF police comparativecrime
from other Florida police spokeswoman Angie statistics. :.

departments, Tipton said. Tipton said. Officers patrol Simple security mea
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personal safety and alcohol know traffic laws,Tipton YOUR
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programs, also sponsors the Student Nighttime Aux ing spaces, Tipton said parking is a critical area of $16.88
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that provides free escorts. police have parking patrollers on campus whose
.'.' Tipton said the police encourage students to use only job is to ticket illegally parked vehicles.
SNAP to travel across campus at night. "I don't think we want to plow down this beautiful
WALL DECOR BURL
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work closely with UPD and become familiar with students to use bicycles and mopeds and to FANS ARCHES
law enforcement t procedures,"SNAP supervisor Blake carpool." SET
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program and a campus emergency telephone service. "We're not only police officers, we're moms and
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YOURSELF against AIDS: UNIONfrom students find jobs related to their the Union was overcrowded and a
Abstain from intercourse or have a mutually exclusive page 17 majors,and classrooms where the new building was constructed.
relationship with only one uninfected non-credit leisure courses- rang- Since then, the Union has made
Engage in only "safer" sexual activitiesUse person. the ground floor.That's where students ing from cave exploration to belly expansion a priority, Neely said.
can find a barber shop,a gift dancing- are held.
condoms in all sexual activitiesDo The latest expansion includesthe
not use drugs or alcohol these substances can affect shop, a video arcade, a bowling The Union also sponsors activi- renovation of the Orange &
your judgement and suppress your immune system. alley and games area, a travel ties outside the building, such as Brew and the addition of Dunkin
Stay strong.as healthy as possible to keep your immune system The agency Picture, an arts Place and and crafts the Orange center and evening daytime movies art on festivals.the North Lawn nesses.Donuts and other private busi-

Learn all/ you can about AIDS today. Call: for&Brew student,a popular clubs. happy hour spot The original Union, created in Future expansion may include
NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA AIDS NETWORK 1936, was located in Dauer Hall, opening a copy center,video rental
((904)) 372-4370 The basement includes the Career but by 1962( when UF's student store and dry cleaning shop,Neely
Resource Center,which helps population was more than 15,000, said. 0

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accommodations.Eldred said she"also .
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cels.Football fans who come to home
games must pay for at least two on the phone. on us.
nights, and pay an additional $10 .
for room rates.
"Some people walk over to the
football game and watch until half-
time, then walk back to the hotel
and sit in their cool room until
half-time's over, then head on
back," Eldred said.
But most guests aren't football
fans they're visiting faculty and
UF students, she said.
,!. "Some students use the hotel asa
place to get away from the noise
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exams," she said. "I had one stu-
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doctorate orals who used the hotelas
a place to relax and study. She
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orals too."
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BIKESfrom make up a large chunk of his post-baccalaureate student fromSt.

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beginning of semesters. to class since 1981 when he

Bicyclists may not wear head- "The situation that prevails hereis went to the University of Alabama. Leave your car In

phones or earphones while ridinga that there's no parking," Sand- "Bicycling is freedom," Ennis good funds to bt
bike. Violators can be fined $32. ers said. "There are just too many said. "I don't get stuck in traffic. .. worked on while you
students for the parking that exists 'ttendclwl.Your
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BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND







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FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. 5 ROOMMATES 1 !

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1 FURNISHEDBdr "Check Our New Specials"All N/S F rmmt. needed for July-Dec own :.
classified ad: Amenities Available room & bath in Casa. East Condo, ,2
1 For Rent.* Furnished / kitliving rm prlviledge, most utll pd., FURNISHED UNFURNISHED $225/mo. + 1/2 utll., Brenda 3717738.
In Person: summer 135/mo./ fall 165/mo., 4 bdr apt. Roommates Available 8.20.13.5 g
2 For Rent. Unfurnished Cash, check, MC or VISA. 1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply//Info 372-22B4/ We're No.1REGENCY
3714243. 8.20.25.1 OAKS **BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK* o"
3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office 378-5766 Walk to UF, need or 2 M for 2BR/2BA 3
For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W University Ave. Private entrance nice br, kitchen & living 3230 SW Archer Road condo. Luxurious, completely (urn., ",**
M F Bam. 4 pm rm. prlvlledges, most util. paid, summer COUNTRY GARDENS maid service, dishwash, wish/dry, .",
, 4 Sublease House/Apt./ $145. fall$165/mo, 3722284. 82023.1 373.4500 micro. Great view. Call Dive 375- =
Main BookstoreHub 2001 SW 16th Street 4541. 8-20-14-5 > .,
5 Roommates Customer Service Desk **BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK* 8-20-25-2 r..
Sale M- F 8 am 4:30: pm Luxury condo 4 blks. from campus, security 0"
6 For HUNDREDS
Maid service. European kitchen In The Pines
:, Reitz Union Cashier's OfficeM w/micro/ full-size of roommates at fingertips We can
dishwash
7 Real Estate: ::*>*w,*,.,. disposal, Spacious 1,2 & 3 Bedroom your
'- F gam-9pm wash/dry. $200 to $390 monthly, 375- & Townhouses help you find that Ideal roommate FAST
8 Motorcycles Sat & Sun Closed 4541 82014.1 Apartment Gator Rental Finders O UF Plaza a 336-
Convenient to UF/Shands
9349. 8.20.1.5
9 Autos Medical Bookstore, ShandsMF,8am430pm OXFORD MANOR 2 pools, tennis crt, weight room.

10 Wanted One roommate needed for fall. Own bed sauna, 2 laundry rooms Need mature N/S Female. For 2br/1ba
Ask about 3 bdr specials $200 off
room + bathroom In a 3br/3bth apt. fully Apt. In NW area across Campus.
11 Services By Mall: furnished/washer-dryer/very/ clean apt. 373-3371 $147,50/mo/ + 1/2 utll. Call Nathalie at .
Use forms appearing weeklyin Call: 336S891 (leave message)or collect 205 SE 16th Ave. 3737725. August Rent FREE. 8201.5 M
12 Typing Services the Alligator Sorry, no cash by (3055317424.) 8.20.8.1 1/2 mile east of Main St.

13 3 Help Wanted. mail MC, VISA, or checks only. M-F 9.6, Sat 10-5. Sun 12-4 *LUXURIOUS OAKBROOK WALK** ]
Room Furnished blocks UF $185-225 8-20-25-2 Brand new, completely lurn. Walk to a I
14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: single, $240 double. Share ktch ft UF, 1 or 2 F rmmts. for 2 Br/2Bi/ condo is4
Payment by VISA or Mastercard baths. Pref grad male' students. 304 Center Court, very nice 2 bd, walking distance for summer t/or/ tail. European kitch.
15 Personals ONLY. Five dollar minimum. NW IS St. Open 5:30-7:30: : 376-6852 or to UF, 1210 NW 11 Ave. Dishwasher w/mlcro; wish/dry; maid service; secu
16 Connections M.F8:30.4pm.: 178-1122. 8-20-8-1 371-7777.,cent.82042FREE air. Office.' 411 NW 15th St. rity; much more. Call Denise 3754541. '

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18 8 Rides Two n/s/ F roommates needed for Fall Regency
cancel ad 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Oaks 3bdrm 2bath Call Marcy 336-
19 Pets your : Rental Finding Service All Info, 6888. 820135HUNDREDS
floorplans, videos and more, FAST. We
20 Lost & Found Cancellations: to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280. can help you find that perfect place to live.
Call 373.FIND Mon. FrI, 8.4 pm. 2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440. Sec. Gator Rental Finders a UF Plaza 336- ,
No refund can be given Plus LMR Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. 8349. 8.20-1.2 of roommates at your fingertips. We can
Santa Fe Trace Apt,. 378-1190. 8-20-25- help you find that Ideal roommate FAST. I

P When will your ad run? Alligator errors: 2 Studio $219 1222 NW 8 Av 5 min north of Gator Rental Finders. UF Plaza. 336-: "t
Check ad the FIRST day it runs 9349 620-11-5 1 *>
your. Oak Glade Apts. Near UF & VA quiet UF, economical, privacy carpet, a/c, 371-
Call 373 FIND with corrections before
any washer/dryer/ available In most units for 7777 8.20.8.2 1 1
THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY MARCHWOOD-NSF for furnished
Classifieds will TWO noon. $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-28,1 & 2 Bath
begin FIRST DAY 3BR/2BA/ townhouse, / pool,
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE $2SO-$350, sec & Imr 3726422. 8-20- THE TOWERSII Soar about the mun. wash/dry
JAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected 25.2 dane, See UF from private balcony, newly bed, ceiling Ian $200 + 1/3 util.! 336- I
ds mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day renovated 1 bdrm's. 207 NW 17th St. 1020. 8-20-8-5 .

No refunds or credits can be given after SPACIOUSONE 371-7777 8204.2
nion or Shands may take Roommate bdrm w/pnvate bath townhouse -
the ad. called in alter BEDROOM APT.
placing Changes
HREE days to apPear.. Ads the first day will not be compensated. ONLY $273MO.LYONS HUGE 2BD 2BTH $399 Bel Air Apts 636 Busline to UF, kitchen access J
run for of time APT NW 26 Av (|just off 6 ST, near Albertson's) $215 mcl util.! Contact Cecil 332-0786 or
length
nay any office: College Park Prop. 411 NW 15 ST 3925212. 8207.5
Customer error or changes: 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797
nd be cancelled at any time. 371-777. 8.20.4.2
Corrections must be made in person at 8.20.25.2
Sorry, but there can be no re- NOON Treehouse Village*
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The office,
Alligator INCREDIBLE Attractive, clean houses, biking distanceto *Roommates Available* j
unds for cancelled ads. There will b* a $2.00 correction fee.Interested Efficiency Apt. UF, year lease + deposit, no dogs. 495- Reserve your room (for Fall bus service to

Starting at $185 9024. 8.20.12.2 UF and SFCC turn or unfurn $170-$250

Starting at $235/2/ Bedroom per roommate/month. MZ Property .
MEADOWCREST MARCHWOOD Ig 3br/2ba townhousewith Mgmt. Inc. Realtor 375-0207 8-20-6-5 ,
378-3988 washer/dryer, ceiling fans Icemaker,
375-3861 pool 695/mo/ call collect ((407)) 360-3564 F n/s to share 4 bdr/2 ba house in "
82025.2 8.20.6.2 Sprmgtree $155 + 1/4/ util! $100 security
depoSit. Call Michelle at 371-1094 or

in Three Oaks 3 bd, 2 bin just 3 blks N of MOBILE HOMES: 373.7368, leave message. 8-20.6-5
cheeringfor I II UF, very very nice. 414 NW 14 St. College
Park Properties. 371-7777 820.42 3 FOR RENT/SALE M/F/ roommate needed lor 2 bdrm 1 1/2/
bath. Own room 150 + utl. 200 deposit.
Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom Pool,Tennis, ASAPI CALL 3357468. 8.20.8-5
79 Holidaire 31' SCTT excel custom,
the Gators ?
Sauna Gym and more.
I I ICIO STONERIDGE APT. sofa. TV, stereos, AC. lot & utlls. $165 Own bdr/ba In house, i65/mo/ + 1/2 util.
3800 SW 34th St. 375-1121 mo. Bike to UF, see at 3111-28 SW 34th kitchen use, wash/dry, for mature stu- ?: -

8.20.19.2 Offer "valid to qualified application only St. $101 neg. 8-20-1-3 dent 373.3145. 8-20-6-5 <,t gout

1989 3br/2ba 28x60 Glamour bath cat.
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WINDMEADOWS f n/s/ for own rm & ba loset
l' Attractive & clean apartments, close to ceilings, one owner, $4000 take over payments In / 1 mi. to UF. no pets
3 for sale lease. "fu1ra \
on acres or :
A UF, avail Aug. 15. 1 yr. lease + dep. No $200/mo util avail 8/18 ((516)467-) to
( Horses OK. West of UF 9044720031.
,.. dogs 4959024. 8-20-16-2_ 2690. 8-20-6-5 i

owe 6 FOR SALE ,2

'I'G "\ ft "A GREAT LITTLE GIFT SHOP"
\' ;.. O\l TYPESETTERVarityper 5410. 2 Disk ,.'?,,
drives, 2 film cassettes t 2 film cannisters.'c
Factory reconditioned unused In past 2 ,tlS-
yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs.
ClinicAryout begins Good machine for small type shop. System rS on
Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 8 'tong' nj//f

28 5 disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
just! p.m. 373-9928 for more info. an

Center Balloons Lots of Stuffed Animals 1960's Gibson Firebird $300, 1940 Na. I 13
Bouquets tional lap steel $125, Ibanez Midi Guitar
(Alligators to Zebras) $750 Fender super twin reverb $375
Martial Arts Room Mugs Cards by the 1000s Huge TOA PA cabinets $650 Fender Bul. king

} Unique Gifts let $225; mucho more in good shape 373. .*
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Custom-Made Gift Baskets CAR ALARMS Installed remote control :Honey

Wine Imported Beers any car truck or van fully guaranteed will ,0 I
demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. met- ed

Applications available NOW Butler Plaza Archer Rd. Next to Ashley's sage. 8.2021.6Classifleds. ,

"iversity I Athletic Assoc. Main Entrance

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SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? STOP DENTISTRY Typing/Word Procesiing Quality dependable -
Tichniei home stereo amp, pre-amp, and Blue Insurance now coven s Reasonable rates. Laser
equalizer, tuner S speakers, guaranteedto motorcycled' Low rates, low paymentssafe Get confidential testing and treatment at Accepting new pts, emerg. adult cleaning service 377-8175 9:00pm.: 8-20-25-12
disturb the neighbor, best offer, 374- rider discounts Fast drive-thru ser PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 8- $30, child $20 printer.
4724 Tom. 820-1-6 vice 377.2277, 820-8-8 20-25-11 ((4)) wisd tee $350 ((3)) wlsd tee $275 Pickup/Del Typing and wordproc. near
((2)) wisd tee $225. campus. Dependable quality .service.
Wordstar 5, Queen panel bed, night table ** GATOR MOVING ** Nitrous oXide. Accepting MC V, AE Reasonable ratei 24hr/day. Call Carol
9 AUTOSORANGE Must bring coupon to ((4)) people
bookcases, lamps, Kitchen table/chairs/ up 373-4464 8-20-22-12
Full/Serv ,
Mov/Storage/Packlng 1-
H.T. Gonsoulln. DDS 372.9521 8-20-8-1
coffee/end tables, desk/chair/ airbeds I
Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves Long disLieIns .
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3787204. 8 20-1 6 AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCElow / Harry/Bill 3744791. 820-25-11 LEGAL SERVICES We Beat Everybody's Prlce"lResumes.LenerlReportl !
rates, low payments Fast drive-thru etc.
AVAILABLEBrian
1985 JAWA MOPED service, Se hable Espanol 377-2277 377- SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons D. Solomon Alachua Word Processing
$300 obo. ex condo before 6pm call 377- CARS. We care. 8-20-8-9 boarding woodser facilities 377-0772 376-S465. Established since 1985

4258, after 7pm 475-3056 8.20.1.8 o hay rides parties sales working 8.20.7.11 8-20-21-12

students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080.
$$SAVEDECORATING? 10 WANTEDLocal 8-20-25-11 I Typing/Wordprocesung WordPerfect
Poster, prints & limited editions, Well TYPING 5.1 1, quality work last results, low rates, ,
below retail prices We have everything. Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Clasi I Horse Boarding Rocky Creek Farms dependable personal service Tara 332-
Call 3360490. 8-20-1-6 Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine I Stall and pasture avail 7 & 1/2/ miles N or 12 SERVICESYOU 1469: 820-19-12

Jewelry 3739243. 8.20.25.10 Highway Patrol 462-5127, 482-4311. 8-
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more 20-22-11 I WRITE, WE TYPE TREE CITY CONCEPTSAn
brands are all at our New Location! Car Wanted: Cars-Trucks Business Legal Personal Reports Innovative alternative 0 Word processIng .
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372. For Salvage running/not running *SUNBELT MOVING* Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. laser print, good rates. Custom serv.
2070. 82025.8 wrecked etc. 371.1578. G'vllle Handicapped Typing avail. Mary 4755342. 8-20-17-12
We Buy and Move. 820-16-10 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. 3787179.
1- ItemHouse lull Local/Lng, dist. 8.20.25.12 Typing ** Typsettlng ** ResumesFrom
7 REAL ESTATEWhy Lie/Ins Priced lor Students! Marty 375- II .50pg917NW13St.WCS .
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Typing reports business F129H' Inc. 373-9822
rent? You can own this 1BR/1BA/ I legal resumes cassettes transcribed 8-20-15-12
upstairs unit at PARKSIDE. Owner financing Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave letters
*FREE* applications notary *"C.
walk to class Av.llablelmmedl. near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from Available 24 hours/7 days/372-2777.
ately! 23500. JEFFREY SIEGEL, $20 10% disc to student 332-8917. 8- Pregnancy Test 8-20-25-12 TYPING 371 e4 3 5
Realtor 3736083. 8-20-13-7 20.25.11 Gainesville Women's WordPerfect spell checked $1,50 a page
HEALTH CENTER to $5.00 minimum. Termpapers, reports -
Word Processing Typing Bkkplng & Notary up
720 NW 23rd Avenue letter, etc. 8-20-11-12
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AVON 375.8987 enrichment program Is seeking PREGNANT?Don't guess Get Immediate Reitz Union Barber Shop is ready for
ell Avon Full or Part-time. 'We Train. energetic, reliable, and caring staff to as- test results from a reliable source another year of great service to the University CASH FOR FAST TIMES
Best Jewelry ft Loan 371-GEMS..
9nelt! Insurance, 8-20-25-13 list in afteuchool program Job begins PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 8. community. Call 392-1610 for an 8.20.10.18 I
Aug 27. Call 338.1278 for application. 20-25-15 appointment with any of our eleven Super
Must be 20 to apply 8-20.1.13 Hair Stylists or walk-In anytime Mon.-Fri.
EARN $35 NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? 8-5 or Sat. 92. 820115ATYOURFINGERTIPSI EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease IiII
Get special student discounts on exams treatment. 28 years exp Dr. J. Beckum,
hit week + $110 this month new donars GUARANTEED WORKI TOP PAYI! and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT- optometrist 917 W Univ Ave. 3761288.
,Ith this coupon. Study while you donater HOME ST/LEGITIMATEI Assemble products HOOD 377.0881. 20-25-15 8-20-25-16
r watch videos. Free Parking. Gaineslie at home 904-6863634 ext 4110. 8. Put the world at your fingertips
Blood Plasma Center. Est. 1969. 201.13 Permanent Hair Removal World Book Encyclopedia is now avail. for WE BUY AND PAWN
38 SW 4th Ave.--3789431, M-Th 8.7r Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for IBM & compatibles! ASilverADiamonds*Jewelry
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14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS 8.20.25.15 $ COLLEGE MONEY I Private Scholar. Best Jewelry & Loan 371-4367 ... \
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trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY 372-1226.211W. Univ Ave.-next toCen- CATORS, PO Box 1881 Joplin MO the Cash Hotline Your Buddy Richard will
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GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs t.
Most Insurance accepted
Alpha Plasma Centers 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 .
9 SW 1st St. 820.25.15 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave.Dr. Info/Referral/Consultation 20-25-16
Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Qator Great Steven Schargel'
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real job for education major Afterchool Students welcome! Call today Sunshine slogans on 100% cotton T-shirts, your requests we will heed.
enrichment program Is seeking. Natural Foods and Vitamins State Ins. 371-9696. 820-25-15 ADULT THEMES. For free catalog PO
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Best Jewelry & Loan thlngll No one refuted with good collateral Subscribe to the Mama Raga 'lesbian I Ing checks ft making loans Looks lor discreet largest selection ot baby birds raised with
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SALE SALE SALE When the tide seems too high, vcr t,cameras or anything! Bait Jewelry KILLER PRICESII. _, .
We're your summer friendsso 8 loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-4367 820- Best J&L 371 GEMS S 20 10 16
TV I $25 & up,VCR$85&up
CD your blues will be all akyl 20 LOST & FOUND
players $79& up. Gold $10& up You need the
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LUNCHEON SPECIALS 11 A.M. 4 P.M.
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UF computer science senior and ual preference.
Increased public acceptance, coordinator of the Gay Switch- "I can't remember what I lived "We're all different," Stevens
changes in campus policy and na- board, a phone service that provides like before it's almost like a said. "Homosexuals are just differ:
tional events such as Gay Pride information about blur" Getty said. "Your life ent because of their sexual prefer- Alligator
Week have helped UFs gay, les- community groups and events. changes when you're being fully The problem they,like other Advertising
bian and bisexual students breakaway "More people are starting to come yourself." ence. face is ignorance from ,
from being the"silent minor- out," he said, meaning more indi- The transition is smoother now groups and prejudice from others."
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America's premier cartoon! .family keeps_ Gainesville. on its _barstoolsBy ;'.

STEPHANIE SWISHER at Joe's. "rood sales go through the root"Crowds and everyone was well-behaved.:'
Alligator Writer on Sunday nights are often stand- The only thing that might trouble cus-
ing room only. Zokovitch estimates that about tomers at the crowded bars and restaurantsis
have a cow if you can't find a seat 60 to 70 people fill the deli, which is about the how long it could take to be served."If .
Don't nights at Gainesville bars and same number of customers who watch foot- we get the food out! before the end of
with satellite dishes-you'renot ball on Saturdays during the fall. the show,then we're doinggood,"Myers said.PJ's .

alone. "We've turned people away before, but if tapes "The Simpsons" and shows it at.
Hundreds-of UP students and local resi- people don't mind standing,then they can stay least eight times a week usually on slow
dents packed area sports bars weekly this and watch," Zokovitch said. "People love the afternoons, Myers said. .
summer to watch The Simpsons",a half-hour Simpsons. They are hip, they are now and But local bar managers don't expect the
cartoon broadcast Sunday nights at 8:30: by "
they are what is going on. crowds to dwindle this fall, when Fox plansto
the Fox Television Network. Other' bars have experienced similar
broadcast The' Simpsons" on Thursday ;
Gainesville's Cox Cable didn't carry any TV ,responses from their customers. nights beginning October 11.
stations that are, Fox affiliates, making "People were trying to sit in high chairs "In the fall it is a perfect move for us," '
anywhere with a satellite dish fair game for and there was no control of the crowd," said Myers said."Now we can show football gameson
fans of the little yellow cartoon family and its PJ O'Riley's co-owner Jack Myers.In Sunday nights and The Simpsons' on
oldest child, juvenile delinquent Bart ]July,PJ's hired an off-dutyAlachua County Thursdays.We couldn't have asked for a more
Simpson. sheriffs officer to keep the doors shut when perfect move."
Local business owners don't seem to mind the bar is full. Customers also say they'll continue watch-
the added business. At Joe's Dell on South- Sgt. Fred Latsko, the first officer to do ing the show at their favorite hangouts."I'd i
west 13th Street, the trend began in late Simpson-duty, missed the. show that night, definitely go out to watch 'The
March when a customer came in and askedto ,but still enjoyed himself. Simpsons' on Thursday nights for the social
watch the show. "It was easier than patroling a fraternity atmosphere," UF political science student
"Each Sunday, the crowds got larger:and party or traffic detail," Latsko said. This wasa Trip Stewart said. "It's just a college kind of
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Students who put themselves through school tions.No one knows that better than Rob Shaw.

Shaw, a senior photojournalism student
from Hollywood, ran out of money? halfway
EARN TO LEARNBy through Spring semester after two majorcar
grades repairs.suffered.Shaw stayed in school,but his

oil Shaw has held four jobs in as many yearsin
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REGGIE GRANT Gainesville and is now working as an
1 .. lla Alligator Writer said that students who take classes electronics salesman at Burdines. He says
leisure time,but
and work don't have much working doesn't give students enough timeto
Erich knows work. often get better grades. than those who don't study, but it builds character.
In his two semesters at Santa Fe Com- work.
"I think the grades will suffer a little bit,"
munity College, Erich Ritenburgh has had "They don't waste a lot of time Butler Shaw said. "I'm sure it's stressful,but overall
five jobs. At one time he juggled four of said about working students. "People tend I think it will be good for you. I mean
them for a month. and a half while he wasn't to value things more when they've workedfor disciplining yourself that's what it's all
taking classes. it themselves. about"

This summer, Ritenburgh, a sophomorefrom Butler said he's advised students whose Shaw'said he decided to pay for his
Boca Raton, did odd jobs at Vizcaya grades have suffered because of outside schooling instead of his parents last spring
Apartments and at people's homes,and also work to save money while working, go to when he realized he wouldn't graduate in
I It bagged groceries at Publix supermarket on school the next semester and, if necessary, four years. He said he felt he would miss
University Avenue and SW 34th Street leave at the end of the semester to work fewer classes and study more if he paid for
Ritenburgh worked instead of going to again. his education himself."If .
school this summer, and saved his money According to UPs financial aid office, you're paying for everything yourself,
for school this fall. He worked about 50 attending UF during fall and spring then you know you can't screw around."
t Iv hours a week in the summer,averaging two semesters full time (at least 12 hours a Shaw said.Cassandra.
jobs a day.. semester) costs students living on campus Bowdoin, a junior education
The biggest drawback to working so about$6,530,and off-campus students about student from Trenton, has been a hostessat
much Ritenburgh said, is that his school 7590. Bennigan's for more than a year. She
work suffers. A survey of new students showed the worked to put herself through Santa Fe
"But I don't have a choice Ritenburghsaid. average income of UF freshmen's parentsfor Community College,and expects to receivean
1989-90 was' between\ $54,000 and academic scholarship when she starts at
Ritenburgh doesn't have a choice because $56,000.But the income of students'parents UF this fall.
he supports himself completely. doesn't necessarily reflect how much of that
see Jobs, 11r$3.9
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tragedies of their addiction. One man's tale
the is about the anger he feels in his inability
t to handle simple tasks and his weaknessfor
drink. Another tale is from a newcomer,
asking how to refuse the overpowering in-

fluence of alcohol advertisements. .
COURAGECHANGE No matter the tale, everyone listens in-
tently, needing to hear a tragedy similar to
their own and wanting to share their own
story. Listeners nod as if to say they under-
stand. Giving and helping are the key to
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t to the AA program.
,, ", "I used to think that AA was just a bunchof
people who cried about how they can't
: drink anymore,"Pat said. "AlII I thought

fH' about anymore.was"the finality of not drinking

But he said that once! attended meet
ings and talked about his addiction, he
started better and 'f
\ stopped drinking, feeling .
had a better attitude about his life. He said .
not drinking is what got him through his

.". By Lucy Chabot parents'The first divorce.time I thought I had a problemwas

when I saw an AA

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"I. was very dysfunc- ;
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tional. I was getting ft,:'" ,
by on a 2.5 (gradek k t..2.We: admitted we were
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', 1 grades to go down 2'Came to believe that a
and all those other
,<. ,,,.",, things to happen bePowergreaterthin ourselves J

cause that got me to could restore us to sanity.
meeting. It takes 3 Made a.decision' to turn

ih'i that tragedy or erneour will and our lives over to '

tional low to get the care of God as we under
;1'" f' someone to a meetstood Him.'rig" .

Pat attended the 4 'Made a searching and

), meetings in town but fearless moral inventory. of
wanted to meet and ourselves.
"
identify with other 5 Admitted to God, to our-
students who were selves and to another human

f having similar' being the exact nature of our'
problems, so he
started having weekwrongs..
ly AA meetings. 6 Were entirely ready to
Qcamm Meetings this fall will have God remove thesebe

held off-campus defects of character..

l because the group is 7 Humbly asked Him to

not a registered sturemove our shortcomings.
dent organization.On .
any given day in ,8 Made a list of all persons

Gainesville,there arewe had harmed, and became

T. 10 to 15 meetings for willing to make amends to
PD alcohol and drug ,such-people wherever possible -

abusers. except when to do so
"You have to becauseyou When everyone at t or
fight day to day would injure them others.

room is smoke-filled, even in are never cured," Mike said. "You are what a meeting has said ,10 Continued to take personal .
to
The they came
non-smoking section. Table never cured because your body doesn't ) and when
when the hour inventory we
say,or
are littered with ashtrays, change and the disease is progressive. You
cigarette packs and coffee mugs. Most of can stop drinking, but if you start again, expires, the meeting .were wrong" promptly, admitted {
ends:
the people sitting in small plastic chairs are you start at the level at which you stoppedand Everyone ittstands
holds hands
men but they are rich and poor.,black and the disease continues to progress." 11 Sought through prayer'
white, young and old. and some say theLord's :and meditation to.improve '

" The different faces meet with a common Mike and Chester are just hold hands Prayer. They our conscious'contact. with

r goal-to stay away from the vice that almost Pat of the dozens of people who and say "Keep tightly com- God as we understood Him,
.
r ruined their lives. Their vice is al-
local meetings of Alcoholics )
ing back. It works if ;praying only knowledge of
; ", cohol, but their stories are very different. Anonymous. Though they are dif- ,
work
it" to enHis will for and the'power
us
. Pat is 24, a UF finance graduate, clean- ferent and agree they would never you each other '*
,
I .'" cut and popular.: He was active in his fraternity normally meet, their disease has brought courage' 'to'ariy' that out.;
always the first to call for a party and them together. The group meetings and to their keep talking about and ', ,W':12 Having had 'a'spiritual ;

the last to leave happy hour. He was also the people are sort of a network of friends, problems i'F 1 awakening'as.the' result r of
attending meetings.
the brother who never remembered what Mike said, that support you and keep you The weird thing :${,these'steps,!we tried to carry'

2 happened to him and the student barely get clean. for an alcoholic is tjthis: :message:to','alcoholics,.
'ting by.. "I would never' listen to a counselor, but and to., these
not to principles
I drinking, | practice -
Mike is 33 and back at UF for another de- parent or minister," Mike said."But I will .: '
stop drinking, in all our affairs. +*
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Mike said. The 'b ..,IIt..Wc'. ," :W"'f"0'- ;; '
the vice president of a bank in South The meetings start with a moment of focus is not on what
d Florida. He used'to leave work each evening silence and a call from the group leader to
you are giving up but on what you are get-
'i f., and drink'until he fell asleep., reach out for a higher power,what AA out of the You do
;-,..,> ,_' Chester is in his 30s and a laborer. He is members call "God as you understand him ting program. everythingyou
did before
only now remember it.
you
taking computer classes to improve him- to be."Then, together'members recite the "AA is a for people who are addicted -
program
self.. He also has a short temper that keeps,
serenity prayer"God : "
he said. "You have to hit bottom.
him fighting his addiction every day. grant me the serenity to accept The program is not for people who need it
I Though none of the men have taken a the things I cannot change, courage to but for those who want it. If the meetingswere
'drink in more than a year-it's been change the things I can, and wisdom to for those who needed it, we'd have it
seven years for Mike=;; they call themselves know the difference." in the O'Connell Center." >' "
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page 2 ways easy and the gay communitystill "I just started opening up in feature speakers and an art show. "It's just like other student
needs to make itself more visible March, so I know it's not easy, but Speaking out and being open is groups," Smith said. "People are
lications and policies for discrimi- Smith said. gays have to take the chance," generally a positive experience, basically the same they just
nation. "It's especially difficult for some Getty said. "One of the biggest other gay students say-once they have different choices and they
Smith said acceptance from students who are still financially things the gay community has to come out, they often find support understand that.
some 'schools, churches and the dependent on their parents,"Smith achieve is to make itself more vis- from heterosexual friends.
general public results from gay said. They fear they'll be cut off ible. A lot of people don't want to "Harrassment is not a big prob-
pride. In June,the Gay and Lesbian by their parents if they tell them be photographed or be quoted. lem here," Smith said. Some het- For more information, about gay,
Student Union and other groups the truth," he said. Some are even,afraid to go to the erosexual members of the Gay and lesbian and bisexual student activi-
sponsored the North Central Flor- But further social progress won't (gay) groups." Lesbian Student Union have an in- ties, call the Gay" Switchboard at
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said
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Bowdoin said she works hard at works as a sales associate at taking early classes."It to go out as much," Unzueta said. works at Toys R Us. He said he'll
school because she pays for it hen JCPenney in the Oaks Mall,and as sucks when y u've got a class "But it's really fulfilling using my have about $1,000 to help him pay
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school because'they kpow if they late at night, Strickland said. from Lake Wales,has supported parents stopped sending him spring semesters while going to
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excitement of a fight.
12, nights and sitting around a lot are two
Carrasquilla was working one night
Working; Wade Brumbaugh, 23, liked being a during Home
bouncer. BEERS coming weekend.Lines of people waited to get in atboth
Porpoise doors of the bar, and the bouncers could let only a few
Brumbaugh, a 6-foot-3, 212-pound public relations
people in at a time because of the crowds.
major,worked as a bouncer for 4 years until he graduatedin They told
people who were leaving that they would not be able to
May. back in without waiting in line.
He felt his main responsibility was to protect the other ) get
employees in the bar, and wouldn't hesitate to ask a Bfmis A man who had left the bar returned and started

customer to leave if an employee was threatened or arguing with Carrasquilla about not being able to get
insulted. back in. While they were arguing,.an off-duty bouncer
them and hit the
"It's our job to cover the waiters, waitresses and approached customer.
bartenders," Brumbaugh said. "If someone's being un- BRAWN; Carrasquilla tried to break up the fight,but when they

ruly, has their hand on a waitress or is fighting someone held back the customer, the off-duty bouncer began
else, then you have to ask them to leave. You always punching again. Carrasquilla and another bouncer
give them a couple chances, and if they don't want to pulled the men apart a second time and threw them both

go, then they get escorted out the door." out.

One night Brumbaugh escorted a customer out who By Kris M. Ecklund "(The off-duty bouncer) just got his jollies out of
sneaked a can of beer into the bar. He told the customer beating on someone else," Carrasquilla said. "Most guys
that the bar could lose its liquor license if he let him get up.for the fight. I don't, but I'm going to do every-
drink. When a waitress asked the man to give the beerto thing I can to make sure (a customer) can't hurt me."

her, he refused. When she asked him a second time, Carrasquilla was carding patrons the Thursday night

the customer swore at her. before the Florida State game when someone told him
Brumbaugh approached him and asked him to leave, that a customer in the bar was throwing beer. Car-
then escorted him out. The man kept trying to get in and rasquilla went over to the customer and told him to calm
eventually managed to get by a bouncer at another door. down,but instead he turned around and shoved another
Brumbaugh found him and threw him out. the who
customer. Carrasquilla grabbed man, kicked
"I tried to talk him into going, but he kept coming Carrasquilla between the legs. A little angered, Car-
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back, Brumbaugh said. t rasquilla crashed down on the man's face with his fist
Even when Brumbaugh wasn't on duty,he said he still and threw him out.
felt like bouncer. He at the
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when he two each other.Brumbaugh
night saw men push
the ass. I'm not at war with anybody just at that
stepped between the two to prevent a fight, and one of "
77i moment, (the customer) pissed me off, Carrasquillasaid.
the men tapped him on the nose and asked, "Who the .
fuck are you?" / lT.
Brumbaugh then grabbed the man by the neck and Carrasquilla's first fight on the job was easier,he said.

pushed him down into a booth. The bouncers who were A Porpoise customer took a swing at another bouncer,
so Carrasquilla grabbed him. The bouncers started
and threw the
on duty came over man out. .
punching the customer,and Carrasquilla threw him out
and
"They know that I wouldn't just go start some-
said. "I 1 of the bar.
thing, Brumbaugh was provoked.
Brumbaugh said that he doesn't plan on making a A lot of the time, drunk customers like to start fights

career out of bouncing, but he liked it while he was in with bouncers because alcohol makes them brave, Car
school. rasquilla said. When bouncers find themselves in such

"It's a good job," he said. "I like all the people I work threatening situations, they have the right to defend
with, and it's just like hanging out." was easier than being a waiter. themselves, he said.

Ric Carrasquilla, 21, a 6-foot, 205-pound magazine Carrasquilla said he used to prefer breaking up fights "If someone's trying to hit me, then they're assaultingme
journalism major, is a former bouncer at the Purple calmly and avoided violence when he first started work- so I can defend myself," Carrasquilla said. "It's a
Porpoise. He said he got a job at the Porpoise because it ing as a bouncer. But eventually he began to like the gray area. How much is enough?" 0


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t In the ever-changing world of dat- loudly about the re-unification of ,boys andgi. .boys,it's finally" Her response- "Like Great Danes or
and being dated,it is important Germany, or the impact of "The Simp- Yes The Love Kit you've been like poodles?"

have a complex strategy to meet sons" on modern culture. This will give for-Tony's TechniquesFor "Well," I retort, "that all depends on
your perfect mate. You must first estab- you the appearance of being an informed Bagging Babes. how much floor space we have andwhat
lish what kind of person you are looking intelligent person. The answers are all here!In)just nine easy kind of permits this bar has."
for. If you want to meet someone who Smile broadly. Look like you are hav- steps, you too can learn what graduates "What the hell are ..,"she started.
likes to bowl,you would go to a bowling ing the absolute time of your life. If the Andrew Dice Clay and John Travolta now "Forget it," I interrupt.you. "Let's just do
alley if you want to meet someone iukebox plays AC/DC, sing. If it plays know. it."
who is intelligent, sensitive, rich and SIC Hammer. Let .
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attractive, you would not. dance (in place)). some of the real So we're out there doing our
of Lassie meets Satan the K-9,
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when she something about a dip.
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have a firm idea of what you're after. most flatteringto order course. Re- go
Then you must don your finest attire, your physique., member this is you taking this dog analogy a
withdraw your life's savings, and go out Men, stand in a only a portion of little far?" she asked.
in search of the "Mate of Your Dreams." position that is -rrepea what $29.95 will "No," I said 'Skinny dip.: "

The clear is the most flattering to "Oh. "
approach to proceed to bring you.His ,
nearest singles hangout. In Gainesville, your physique. J name is What you just read is an example of a
YOU have a selection. You can go to a Gaze absent- 'W Louie and this is his graduate using Technique #3 the hound

local bar or a fraternity party,dependingon mindedly across story; approach. Quite effective, eh?
the quality of your fake ID. the room. Make ... I was down in Now here's a look at a graduate employing

Next, persuade of closest eye contact. ''f the Bahamas a Technique #7 the baby-face approach.His .
many your Yes, this is the name is Mark and this is his story:
friends to out with This couple Spring
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can spread out and scope available _. -, .' ago
prospects. Also, this allows for an ideal mates catch : > I'm at this bar. It Washington D.C., where the legal drink-
escape route when some Revenge of the their glance ... must be my lucky ing age at the time was 18.1 I was readyto
across a crowdedroom. E.'Ii' :: because bar and meet a mate.
Nerds reject is telling you how he first night the go hopping
became interested in stuffing cold spa- .. From .this- bar has five for First, I bagged 'myself a fake ID so
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leave without embarrassment. stranger. drinks when I see her. of a guy with blond hair.It .

While barring with your friends, it is Wait a few minutes. Then saunter It'sa chick across the bar-Helen.No, worked like'a charm. So now I I'm a

important to make it clear to everyone across the room, hopefully en route to it was Jill. No,it was Becky.Anyway) ,she beer.ready to work the bar.' I go to order

there that you are not opt to meet someone the restroom or some other inconspicuous was a looker. So I went over with the kid"
I ,but merely.felt an evening out with destination,and approach your eye- three drinks in my hand and said,"Babe, "Let 'me see your hand stamp
friends would be a nice change from lef grind on the dance floor like two the bartender says. _

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WELCOME TOGAINESVILLE. has its own personality. But out to maximize funds. also a great place to watch threeor
even a less popular bar can become Balls has a big-screen televi- four different games at the
outstanding for one nighta sion with satellite and $2 pitchers same time, especially around
Mom and Dad have turned in week, depending on its drink one night a week, but the playoff time.
the U-haul and finally headedon special and the shiftless, drift place is kind of a meat market. I'll throw Chili's in the beer-
home to Webster, Fellsmereor ing, drunken crowds that hop Danny's token night is a local joint category, but it's also a
Yeehaw Junction. from trash night here to$1 long legend. You get tokens with great restaurant. They have
You've unpacked most of necks there.EDITOR'S. every drink, which you can re- daily two-for-one beer and
your Underoos and are gettingto NOTE: The Alligator deem for another free drink.The drink specials which attract
know your roommates. The does not condone drinkingand crowds are insane and pour into many Biffs and Muffys, but it's
question now is, "What are we driving. We mean it. the streets until the end. still a fun place to go. Get there
going to do tonight?" For starters, get to know the Danny's also has big screen sat- early on Fridays because it gets
Well, as you soon,shall learn, legendary, world-renowned ellite TV. If you don't fail out of packed by 5 or 6 o'clock.
your choices are A) Pick up a Purple Porpoise. Hands down I UF before next March, keep St. That's it for the true beer-joint 4
case of Milwaukee's Best and it's the area's No. I true bar. Patrick's Day open for a day- category. :There are dozens of
sneak I it in past your RA; B) Go Sure, there are cleaner places long, green beer party. other places that t have great beer
to your brother place and be with better food and nice disco Club X is pretty dark, loud specials some nights of the
the new meat in a quarters lights and all that, but for a and has its own brand of pa- week, but they fall under other
game; or C) hit the bars.If true-to-life, set-'em-up-and- trons. Decide for yourself categories. .
your choice is C (as it was knock-'em-down night of whether or not you like it.
If you're a sports fan, Gaines-
for'much of my college career), drinking, you can't beat the The Copper Monkey has a ville has spots to hang out
crank out the ol' fake ID,put on Magnificent Mammal.I'm good pitcher special and great at to watch many the Yankees lose.
your best 27-year-old look and kind of partial to the chicken sandwiches.
get to know your new home place.One evening a friend and Gator Bumpers' key is diver- P.J. O'Rile/s is the penulti-
away home the infamous I settled into a booth for a leg- sity. Get a group of friends to- mate sports bar. The place was
Gainesville bar'scene.EDITOR'S endary night of drinking. Eight gether to play Whirlyball, packed the basketball during TNT's broadcastof Soft-
NOTE: The Alligator pitchers later, our beer matron which involves bumper cars, playoffs.
does not rondone underage assured us we were setting re- trac-ball and drinking. Bumpersis ball teams can get spedals on
drinking, the use of false ids or cords, which pleased us to no famous for its trash night, pitchers and the food is really
driving drunk. end. She. started hazing other when much of the same crowd good. P.J's has about a million
The first step is to know what parties of eight for their three- that frequents the other hip TVs, usually with four or five
you're looking for in a bar. Are pitcher fare. So this gives all places come together for a nightof different games going at once.Club
you looking for pre-wed major those Pikes out there and you, heavy drinking. Bumpersalso has Players satellite Billiards transmission&: Sports and
Muffy? Do you want .to sit the new blood, something to has a progressive music carries of the
around with about 50 sweaty aim for.Other. night. many games youcan't
Softball players swilling $2.50 major beer joints are Joe's Deli really is more of a also have get a on bunch Cox of Cable.tables They
pool
pitchers and talking about that Balls, Club X, Alan's Cuban sports bar, lunch-type place. for all Minnesota Fats
hard shot to third? Or do you (hey, they've got the Moose on You can catch almost any sport you well nickel beer
as as a
outside ) the Monkey, ing event at their locations types
want to sit drinkingrum tap Copper night and a dance floor.If .
runners and waiting to get Danny's, Gator Bumpers and around town, and they often
panhandled? Joe's Deli.Almost. have specials on pitchers. I like you're into hanging outside
As you ,shall learn in your every bar has its own going there to lunch on a Big Joe
see Bars, page 12
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Bookseller in the Oaks Mall.
These are more than bookstores

they're chock-full of magazines 2026 W. University Ave. Unfurnished Efficiency;
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show Garfield eating stuff. Across from Florida Field. Ample parking. Range/Refg./

Some students enjoy their Short term lease. No pets.
classes so much they buy the required .
textbooks. On-campus, $215month/ negotiable
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There's also Florida Book Store 1114 SW 7 Ave. Large 1 bdrm loft behind Norman Hall, Range/Refg./
and University Book & Supplyon
West University Avenue. \ Central heat/air, monthly pest control. W/D./ on premises.:
For the serious reader,there's a :,:
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plethora of great used book stores. <'
Book Gallery, Book Gallery w., ': $325month
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Books, located under Eckerds :,1 f' lease.
on 13th Street,offers all new cop. $>. \'/,",', .
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I nice place to take a breather between
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Scrabble game.Arguably the. best bookstore in .;" .,, '4140 SW 15th Place 2 :Bdrm, 2 Bath, Range/Refg./ Central heat/air
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classics, poetry, and travel. 818 W. University Ave. Office space close to UF Rent includes utilities.
For something a little different,
try The Philosophy Store,a book Starting at $150/mon 1 /
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Sunday / I 1 Week Unlimited Use Dinosaurs are coming to UF this exciting than usual, Perez
12 noon 4 pm I fall with Dinomania,an upcoming said. ,
$10
exhibit at the Florida Museum of "They make things look real
Natural History.The that you wouldn't imagine,"
51/2/ Blocks From Campus 536 S.W. 2nd Ave. j 30 Day Unlimited Use exhibit t opens September 16 Perez said. ,I,I
Co-ed phone: 372-7876 and will have 10 to 15 moving and Artist Bob Leavy said he is mak-
Now Open 7 am Mon Fril( JI $30 roaring mechanical dinosaurs, a ing prehistoric plants from pap-
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three months and cost the Mu- hibit.
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patios where you can do it. port beers.
Farah's On The Avenue is a fun The Hardback Cafe hosts many Furniture
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wing night, when you get a plateof late-night house music bar where .
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wax philosophical. RIchenbacher's and Lillian's. R. S that commonly exists
Kesl's Coney Island is a great These places have hosted some among many campusenvironments
place to have a sandwich and an the biggest names in rock'n'roll in which
imported beer before taking in a and countless upcoming and the knowledge of Aaron
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Snuffy's has great burgers and places for great rock'n'roll.If .

Heineken on tap, but it's a little you like Polo shirts and people
more expensive.The with lots of hairspray, cologne
Mill Bakery, Eatery, Brew- perfume and make-up,the >
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MUSEUMfrom bones and live snakes, Perez said.
from the page 9 The permanent exhibits at the Museum,the
upcomingDinomania Dinomania is intended to be both fun largest natural museum in the South,are free
r and educational, Perez said. Lectures on and open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
exhibit at the prehistoric creatures will focus on whether Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on
FloridaMuseum dinosaurs existed in Florida,she added. Saturday and 12 to 6 p.m. on Sunday. These
of The Museum also hosts many perma- hours are effective from Sept. 16 to Jan. 6.
NaturalHistory. nent exhibits, including a replica of a Dinomania will be the first exhibit the Mu-
North Florida cave. seum will charge admission for. Cost will be
The most popular permanent exhibit is $4.50 for adults and students,$250 for children
1990, DINAMATION INTERNATIONAL CORP. a gallery with more than 150 drawers of and$3.50 for senior citizens. 0



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By GREGG DOYEL
Hines made weekly highlight reels as he
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Alligator marched toward the NCAA career touchdown-
Emmitt left. Emmitt right. Emmitt straight reception record.
ahead. But offense Spurrier-style, involves more
Meet UFs playbook since 1987. than just bombing away.
There hasn't been a whole lot of guessing The Blue Devils also boasted a 1,000-yard
going on at Florida Field the past three years. rusher in 1989. Randy Cuthbert ran for 1,023 e r$ -
Defensive tackles, middle linebackers, even yards, second-best in Duke history. Cuthbert
peanut vendors have known what's coming also was Duke's second-leading receiver with
when the Gators break huddle. 50 receptions.
Sure, Emmitt Smith would get his 150-200( Everywhere he's gone, Spurrier's teams
yards. But the rest of the offense stalled, and have racked up impressive numbers. In 1984,
consequently, UF posted mediocre win-loss his Tampa Bay Bandits of the USFL went 144as
records. Reaves threw for more than 4,000 yards.
But Smith was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys Three different receivers had 1,000 yards
and Steve Spurrier has returned to his worth of receptions.But .
alma mater after three seasons at Duke, bring the balance is always there. Running
ing to UF the balanced attack that brought the backs Gary Anderson and Greg Boone gained
Blue Devils' struggling program an Atlantic more than 1,000 yards apiece that same year.
Coast Conference championship.Now "This is not just a wide-open passing offense
opposing defensive coordinators ,"Spurrier said."In fact, several defensive
might have a better shot guessing the winning coordinators have mentioned that the abilityto
lottery numbers than UFs next play. run was the key to our success."
"They won't be able to zero in on us like they Spurrier and his staff have two backs to
have in the past,"tight ends coach John Reaves replace Smith, UFs all-time leading rusher. VIM
said. "We're going to run and pass, and be ableto Junior Willie McClendon ran for 529 yards a
do both from all set-ups." year ago while freshman Errict Rhett red-
And Florida Field patrons will be seeing a shirted last season with a dislocated elbow.
different brand of football than they have But UF will live or die by the pass, and hasa
grown accustomed to. foursome of quarterbacks fighting for the
"It's not like some new coach came in and chance to lead the attack.
ran the same offense"sophomore quarterbackBrian Spurrier said Kyle Morris, a two-year starter
Fox said. "Coach Spurrier has over ranked among the nation's leaders in
hauled the entire offense.It's going to be more efficiency before being
exciting than the fans are used to." bling, and Fox, a Purdue 8'n ALLIGATOR PHOTO
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Alligator Staff Writer Steve Spurrier, the new job outstanding, the potential here,
means coming home. For Lon basketball-wise is outstanding, '
Go ahead, mention the pos- Kruger it means leaving his and the administration has quality
sibility of NCAA sanctions on UF's Kansas State. people all the way through."

athletic program. Or bring up For both, it means saying good- Spurrier turned around a Duke
Dwayne Schintzius' hair. bye to teams on the rise and resur- squad that posted consecutive 3-8
But never ever say the word recting UF's slipping programs. seasons prior to his arrival. The
search around UF Athletic Direc- Last year's basketball team Blue Devils won 20 games during

tor Bill Arnsparger.For skidded to a 7-21 mark UF's Spurrier's three-year stay, includ-
eight months he did almost worst since 1982 including a ing an 8-4 mark in 1989 when they
nothing but that, filling vacancy school record-tying 14-game tied Virginia for the Atlantic Coast
after vacancy in the UF athletic losing streak. The football team Conference title.
program. failed to qualify for a bowl for the When the offer came from UF,
For those keeping score it's incoming first time since 1986, and is faced Spurrier found his hands tied.
"Yes,I wanted the job,but at the
five outgoing-finally with its toughest schedule in years
zero. without all-time leading rusher same time I wasn't able to acceptit

"I would really like to eliminatethe Emmitt Smith who turned pro right away" Spurrier said. "I
word 'search' from my after three years at UF. made a commitment that I would

vocabulary" Arnsparger said. "It The big question is, why did coach Duke through the bowl

seems like that's all we've been Kruger leave his home state, his game. I
"And the NFL had called and ALLIGATOR PHOTOS
doing. alma and that
mater a team won
it's only smart to listen.Atlanta and Former UF quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Spurrier took i'I
Charges of NCAA violations in 81 games and appeared in four \1
two programs and hazy cir- NCAA Tournaments in his four Phoenix wanted me to talk to over the Gators football team Dec. 31, 1989.k .

cumstances in two others left years at the helm, for a university them, but it never really got that
When former UF Interim
Arnsparger and Associate Athletic charged with 10 violations of far. (
President Robert and
Director Ann Marie Lawler scram- rules? ) Bryan II I
coach met with in
bling to fill vacant coaching slotsin "It will be an adjustment for Arnsparger me I
the football men's and women's sure, and it could be interestingfor mid-December we came very
basketball and men's and women's a while," Kruger said. "If I Ididn't close to reaching an agreement"
and we finalized it December 31.
swimming think this was an
programs. opportunity
The UF administration's abilityto
The two biggest names of the that equalled the one at Kansas
quintet are Spurrier and Kruger.UPs State,I would not have pursuedit. answer tough questions lured
Auburn assistant Carol Ross from
new football and basketball I
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UF just beginning to shake its

meW image as an SEC doormat.
Former Lady Gators coach
Carol Whitmire resigned just two
games before the Southeastern
Conference Tournament with UF
on its way to a 15-13 mark its best
showing since 1985. Rumors of a
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To leave Auburn, a fixture in the women's NCAA
Championship Game, Ross first needed some answers.
elusive NCAA crownsBy "The questions I had, they were able to answer to my
satisfaction," Ross said. "There's a reason for winning,
MATT FOGLESON along with Howard, are expected to and I wanted to see what that was at this end. I think
Alligator Writer make a formidable sprint team. they want a winning basketball program."
Junior javelin thrower Cindy And Ross, who played for Ole Miss' nationallyrankedteams
The 1990-91() edition of the UF Herceg, also an NCAA qualifier last of the early 1980s before joining with the Lady
women's track team will strongly re- year, and junior shot-put thrower Tigers, knows a little bit about winning.
semble the 1989-90 edition that won Raelene Carter balance the team's "Hopefully, we can experience some of it here," Ross
746 the SEC indoor meet and placed eighthin speed with strength. said."The girls here are hungry to win,but they probably
the NCAA outdoor meet.In Distance runner Wendy Frazier and don't yet know what it takes. The only thing that will
fact, every Lady Gator who qualified high jumper Maria Galloni! also were disappoint me is if they're not willing to take that extra
for last year's NCAA outdoor meet consistent point scorers and NCAA step."
will return to the team this )year. participants who return this year. The biggest, and most curious, hole in the athletic
The men anticipate another strong The men, meanwhile, will rely heavily department was left by men and women's swimming
team despite losing several of last on sophomore long jumper Dion coach Randy Reese, who led UF to four national titles in
1 year's top performers. Bentley, junior sprinter Tyrone Kemp 14 years. He announced in January he was dropping the
Women's head coach Beverly Kearney and sophomore sprinter Marcel Car- "women's" from his title to concentrate on the men's
who was named the NCAA's Indoor squad. Reese then resigned from that post in April.A .
Coach of the Year after her team ter.If the UF men are to repeat last disagreement with Arnsparger over reimbursementfor
took third place at the NCA\ indoor year's success -they finished fourthat $100 worth of powdered juice reportedly led to
meet, will have an easier job this year the NCAA outdoor meet and thirdat Reese's departure.
junior sprinter Anita Howard returnsto the indoors head coach John Mitch Ivey, a former Olympian and Olympic coach,
form after suffering a strained quad Webb will have to compensate for the takes over the women's' swim team.
muscle that dampened her outdoor loss of last year's seniors. Former UF assistant Skip Foster replaces Reese on

season. That is no easy task considering the the men's side, a move that required less energy than,
Howard holds four UF sprint records list includes 800 runner Mark Everett, say, a quick lap around the pool.
and has won seven All-America honorsin who was on the United States'Olympic "I've got the same office," Foster said. "All I had to do
her two years at UF,but missed most team in 1988; record-breaking javelin was change the sign on my door."
of the outdoor season. thrower Tom hurdler Earl he the coach
Pukstys; Although was promoted to possibly top
Joining her will be Tasha Downing, Diamond, who holds UF records for ing position in collegiate swimming, Foster can't help
Dorchelle Webster and sophomoreKim the indoor 55-meter hurdles and the but feel uneasy about the circumstances."It's .
Mitchell, who combined with outdoor 110 hurdles and shot and
; put a little awkward in that everyone here came to
Howard to win the 1,600-meter relay at discus thrower Russell Willit, who "
ALLIGATOR PHOTO Florida to swim for Randy Reese, Foster said."It makesit
I UF men's long jumper Dion Bentley last year's NCAA outdoor meet. Webb once called "the most talented tough that I know there are kids here who get along
leaps into the role of team leader. Webster, a junior, is also the team's combination thrower we've ever had with me, but would rather swim with Randy. But that's
top hurdler. Downing and Mitchell, under us." (0 perfectly understandable." +

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past decade. that our fans are a little more educated.They
And in what was its worst-record season appreciate it if you fall and get back up. I've
competetive. And it's dangerous. But to Gator ever at 12 wins and 10 losses last spring, UF seen a couple broken necks in my day. If

athletes and fans is placed tenth at the national finals competition. you fall and get back up, that's very impor-
gymnastics than
more a sportSHOW-
UF has never placed lower than 10th tant"
in the nation in the past decade. With that The Florida crowds are so well-liked andso
legacy behind them, this year's team will large that Georgia College, a very small
have t three former Olympians, two All- school, requests each year to be placed on
Americans and a woman nicknamed "Air" UFs home schedule.A .
a gymnast with some of the highest flips meet at UF,where thousands of UF fans
and leaps in the sport. cheer them on, is arguably better than their
"There's a lot of depth now," UF assistant own home meet,where only a 100 fans show
coach Brad Wunderlich said, pointing to a up, said Georgia College coach Geza Mar-
highly successful recruiting effort "They'rethe tiny."We
type of people who can pull it off at a really enjoy your meets," he said.
big meet. There's going to be some exciting "When we go to other schools, the crowdsare
things." really unruly, like at the University of
Just how good is this year's team? Con- Georgia. Yours is the only place where the
sider the fact that the team will have some- booster club comes and asks us if we need
where around 13 members,but can compete anything."
only six of them on any one event, whetherit's That booster club,called the Gator Gym-
the balance beam, the uneven parallel nastics Gang, boasts about 300 members,
bars, the vault or the floor exercise."I consisting of Gainesville families, as well as
didn't recruit anyone who couldn't get UF students. Mary Francis Sheppard past
the scores we need at the national cham- president and long-standing member of the
pionship," Wunderlich said. "I told them club, credits the club's size to the type of
very frankly what we expect of them." audience at meets.
Florida's top players this year include: "It's a pretty knowledgeable crowd that
Senior Pam Titus In her freshman enjoys the performance as well as the com-
year, she was nicknamed "Air" Titus be- petition," she said. "We're known for beinga
cause of her incredibly high leaps and flips. sophisticated audience, a classy
Now she's one of the best. She finished in audience."
the top eight in the nation on the bars in Weaver said she and her husband James,
her sophomore year and did the same thinga who has announced UF meets for years,
year later on the floor making her an taught the crowd about the sport early on,
All-American twice. She holds UF's floor showing them its artistic points.
t record with a 9.9. "It's like a sculpture, like a work of art,"
Senior Tracy Wilson -A former mem- she said. "It's not just an athletic competition. -
ber of the Canadian national team, Wilson It's a show." <:.
'lux could be the nation's premier beam per- ".. ,...- -
former this year. She finished fourth in the It I
nation last season. t,
a hY Junior Christina McDonald Captainof
> the 1988 Canadian Olympic squad, Mc-
Donald is known for her ballet-type routineson
the floor, where she flits, spins and leaps
with seemingly little effort. She holds UF's
third-best bars record ((9.8)) and third-best
beam record ((9.8)).
Junior Lynette Wittmeier Another

., Canadian Olympian, Wittmeier is powerful,
winning two all.around titles in her fresh-
man year. She was sidelined last year with
an injury but is expected to be a key per-
former this year. Wittmeier holds UF's
third-best vault record ((9.7)), third-best
beam ((9.8)) and sixth-best all-around ((38.65)).
.
Freshman Lisa Panzironi A former
U.S. Olympian, Panzironi is one of UFs new
recruits. She has placed high in several
k international competitions, excelling on the
uneven bars and floor events. She could be Senior Pam 'Air' Titus smiles after earn-
the nation's top freshman this year. ing a 9.9 for her floor routine, a UF I
Recruiting gymnasts to the UF squad was record score.
not that difficult, Wunderlich said. Not only o .
'. =A' are gymnasts lured to UF by the fact that it
& is one of only two teams to qualify for every
NCAA finals, gymnasts are stunned by UF's
crowds.They are used to only a few hundred
.
.t. ".,. people sometimes a few dozen attend- m
'f' .. ing their meets. Having as many as 7,000 to 1f
: 10,000 people cheer at a meet is a scale
reached at the Olympics and at UF.
\, "(Lisa) Stocker did not consider UF a top f .,fS
choice," Wunderlich said. "But after she ry

ALLIGATOR PHOTOS came here (to visit during a meet), there

I Junior Christina McDonald holds UF's third-best beam record ((9.8)), and was captainof was no other choice."
Not only are UF's crowds larger, they are
the 1988 Canadian Olympic squad.BY far more appreciative and more knowledgeable -
has one of the best shots of winning a about the sport than crowds elsewhere,
RONALD DUPONT JR.
national title this year. both UF officials and spokespersons from
Alligator Writer In fact, UF holds many of the nation's other universities have said.
quick: In terms of average atten- gymnastics attendance records and once When UF travels to other schools, they
Okay at UF sporting events, name the came 400 people shy of selling out the are often met by a hostile crowd that boos
biggest sports. Got it? Are you O'Connell Center -an amazing feet when and attempts to make gymnasts fall off the
sure? you consider that no collegiate gymnasticsteam various apparatus.And that's dangerous, UF
Here they are in descending order: Foot- has ever sold out an auditorium. Coach Ernestine Weaver said.
ball,men's basketball and women's gymnas- Coached by a Canadian woman who was For example, gymnast Karen Brennaltlast
the United States' 1980 Olympic coach, the season landed on her head in vault
tics.Yes, gymnastics.For UF gymnastics program has won 81 percentof practice and had trouble moving for days.
that is generally obscure at its games since her arrival in 1980. Fur- The threat of injury may be why UF fans Gators gymnastics coach Ernestine
a sport
96 of its at don't boo the opposition, gymnast Christina Weaver has lost only four home games
most universities, gymnastics not only hasa ther, it has won percent games
four of the 90 teams it McDonald said. since arriving from the U.S. Olympic
massive following at UF,complete with its home, losing to only
own 300-member()( fan club,but the team also has faced in the O'Connell Center in the "It's a dangerous sport," she said. "I find team in 1980.It's .



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ATTACKfrom early," Spurrier said. "We're not
s where we should be."
team page 2
The defense almost where
inside track toward the end of defensive coordinator Jim Bates
spring practice.But says it needs to be.
set for seasonBy M Morris had what he called "All we're looking to do when
his worst day of the spring in the two-a-day (fall practices) start is
CHERYL BOSSEN Orange and Blue game. Fox, the refine,"said Bates, who spent last
tors Big Ten's Rookie of the Year in with Tennessee's nationally-
year
I Alligator Writer and k 1988, missed the contest with a ranked defense.
The UF women's volleyball fered broken bone in his right foot.
: team finished the 1989-90 sea- Meanwhile, Shane Matthews Making sure Bates' schemes
work will be All-Americans Huey
son with a 17-12 overall record tossed three touchdown passes
Bonk Richardson and Richard Fain
and 3-5 in the Southeastern and Lex Smith turned in a solid ,
ers who will return along with six
Conference.The team also finished performance, leaving the Gators
.r 19th nationally in block with a pile-up at the top of the other defensive starters.
average. quarterback depth chart. Richardson set a UF record last

The Lady Gators began "It won't matter who we put out year with 12 1/2 sacks despite
with a six-match winning the 0"s there," Reaves said, "Steve Spur- missing the first two games of the
streak at one end of the season Two rier is the best there is, and he'll season after being suspended.Fain .
and ended with a five-game UF have them ready." a second-team AllAmerican -
winning streak on the other. The Gators' spring crash ,was rated the nation's second
They finished in sixth place in course in Spurrier 101 was their best cornerback by The Sporting
the SEC final standings. 500th first taste of the new offense. News in the pre-season before
Every player but one either after When fall practice starts, UF will being slowed by a shoulder injury
set or tied at least two personal have to chew, swallow and digest that required surgery in January.

records, and former player ship the entire system in a hurry as it "We have several guys who we
Roni! Armeda was named to opens with Oklahoma State and think will key our defense,"Bates
the All-Southeastern Confer- AlliGATOR PHoTo then travels to Tuscaloosa."I'm said. "But Richardson and Fain
to the UF women's
ence second team. first season. I a little concerned playing are definitely two of our leaders.I .
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Alligator WriterA seasons as an Auburn assistant coach. The second leading scorer last season for UF
last five of those years she was Auburn's top Witherspoon was also a second team All-
e. new era in Gator basketball begins this assistant and chief recruiter. She shares the SEC selection.
fall.There opinion of many who say the SEC is the LaTonya McGhee returns at center for
is new leadership, not only on the toughest conference in women's basketball.It UF after a fine showing as a freshman last
men's side where long-term Lon replaces will take a lot of hard work(to turn that year. The Lady Gators third-leading scorer
".... t interim Don, but also on the women's side conference record around,but Ross said she last season,McGhee was an honorable men-
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head coach of the Gators.
Lady work with.
Also returning will be 6-foot-2 forward
"I'm excited about being here,"said Ross, "Realistically, there is a lot of work to be Erika Lang, who was fourth in scoring and
who accepted the job at UF in April. "I done,but I'm up for the challenge and I think rebounding last season.
wanted to be of the of coaches
part new wave "
the players are too, Ross said. "They are
Those four players provide the solid nu-
coming to Florida.I think the future is bright "
here." hungry. cleus,but a big question mark exists for the
The wave includes Lon Kruger, who re- Four starters from last season's team re- Lady Gators at point guard.
places Don DeVoe, football coach Steve turn for the Lady Gators. The departure of Camille Ratledge leavesa
Spurrier and swimming coach Skip Foster. Rhvonja Smith returns for her final sea- gaping hole at that position for UF. .
14r Ross takes over a Gators squad that son, having led the Gators in scoring and Ratledge, a second team All-SEC selection,
ea posted a 15-13 record last season,the club's rebounding the past two years.The forward finished her career as the SEC's all-time
....::: .,T .....: II best finish in five years. However,in conference netted 15 points a game last season while leader in career assists.If .
ALLIGATOR PHOTO play, the Gators had a dismal 1-8 re- grabbing eight rebounds. Smith was a sec one of the Lady Gators recruits can step
UF senior guard Sophia Witherspoon returns cord. ond team All-SEC selection last year.
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I e'e loss in a row. "We're looking forward to having
Since then have been
Alligator Writer things a group of players that like to
looking a bit more optimistic for think this is
play, Kruger said. "I
( After last disastrous 7-21
year's the Gators. Kruger said Chatman, of that
players
I season, the UF basketball team who averaged 12.6 points and wants a group to do well.young"
gets a new look this season. seven rebounds per game, will
Lon Kruger, the former Kansas return to the team and Stacey
Kruger said UF fans can expectto
State head coach, took UFs helmin Poole, the 1990 team's most valuable less
see a team that relies on a
April and brought in an entirelynew player, might recover from powerful style of play than previous
staff. off-season knee surgery in time teams.
I Kruger said he hopes this for the start of this season.

l YV year's squad can bring back the "It's difficult to say anything for "We look to shoot it and play
support the team enjoyed two sure, but we anticipate that he'll some good defense,"Kruger said.
; e years ago when it won the South- be ready from day one," Kruger "The SEC has improved tremen-

eastern Conference title and reg- said.Poole dously over the last four or five
ularly sold out the O'Connell a 6-foot-6 sophomorewho years."
Center. spent most of last year at

"At Kansas State, the cornerstone power forward,sat out the 1988-89 To keep up with the competition -
for enthusiasm is the stu- season with Injuries to his Kruger signed three high-
j dent body," said Kruger, who led Achilles' tendon,but returned last scoring recruits during the off
the Wildcats to four straight 10 and 4.3
points
r year, averaging season: Craig Brown, a 6-foot-3
.H NCAA tournaments. "We're look- rebounds per game. guard who scored 18 points per
ing forward to the same thing Seniors Dwayne Davis and game for Highspire High in
13 here." Renaldo Garcia will join Chatmanand Steelton, Pa. last year; Carlos Mc-
The UF team lost much of its Poole to form the nucleus of Millian,a 6-foot-4 guard who aver-
support last year when senior cen- the team. aged 23 points and 16 reboundsper
ter Dwayne Schintzius and junior Davis, who stands 6-feet-7 and game last year at Chattahoo-
ALLIGATOR PHOTO forward Livingston Chatman quit weighs a muscular 215 pounds, chee High; and Louis Rowe, a
Stacey Poole,the Gators' MVP powerforward, Is expected to recover the team after the forced resigna- will probably play center. He 6-foot-7 guard/forward who
I t from off-season knee surgery in time for the men's basketball team's tions of former head coach Norm scored 12.3 points and pulled scored 17 points per game last
opening day match, new head coach Lon Kruger said. Sloan and his assistants. down 8.5 rebounds per game last year for Lakewood High in St.
.. !) Without the duo, the team was year. Petersburg
suddenly transformed from an ex- The 6-foot-7 Chatman and Poole
ers coming in to give the starters a perienced team to a diminutive will join Davis in the frontcourt Though the team finished dead
WOMEN
rest group of inexperienced playersled Garcia,who scored 11.6 points per last in the SEC last year, three
r. from page 9 by unpopular interim coach last will likely
game year, man one starters Chatman, Davis and
Those starters will need a rest if
Don DeVoe.At .
guard position. Garcia will
in and fill the void left by the loss of Ross employs her proposed wide return from 1989'schampion
the outset of the 1989-90 Senior BJ. Carter,junior Brian squad.
Ratledge as Ross hopes, the lady open, fast-paced style of play.
season, the team's goal was to Hogan and sophomores Hosie
hoopsters may be able to improveon defend their 1989 SEC title. By Grimsley and Scott Stewart are There is a good nucleus that
last season's 1-8 conference re- "I 1 prefer a fast-paced game"Rosssaid. mid-season, they were hoping to also expected to vie for playing returns,"Kruger said."As a group
cord. "The faster the better,but with avoid breaking the UF record for time in the backcourt,while soph- there is good,experienced leader-
Besides Ratledge, the Lady Ga control." consecutive losses. omore Travis Schintzius and Junior ship..These are people who have
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improve." dramatically as a UF will also have to replace out-
UF baseball coach Joe Arnold, The perfor- sophomore."He fielder Mike Moberg, the spark at I
whose goal every year is for the mances of fresh- has a great the top of the Gators' lineup.
Gators to make the College World men Rick Britton fastball, but he Moberg, who sat out most of 1989
Series, cannot wait to erase the and Doug Bren- also has a very after injuring his knee in an out-
memories of a disheartening 1990 nan impressed good breakingball field collision,bounced back to hit
season. Arnold the most. ,"Arnold said. .303 with a school-record tying 23
The Gators set a team record for Britton becamethe "He has all the doubles, tops in the SEC.
losses with 30, and a late-season third consec- tools to be a very Another hole Arnold will haveto
charge did nothing to salvage the utive freshman to good professional fill is at second base, where Bill
year for Arnold,who completed his lead the team in player." Minnis played for two years after
seventh: year as the Gators' coach. hitting, finishingwith t. w + Arnold also can transferring from an Arizona ju-
"It was a nightmare," he said. a .322 bat- breathe easy nior college. Minnis hit .313 with
"I'm very disappointed in the re- ting average. when considering 28 RBIs after a junior season that r
.o-.ord: ((29-30)), but it's over. I'm just Brennan, 5-5, fin- center field, saw him pound 11 home runs and
looking forward to next year." ished second on roamed by junior- knock in 46 runs.
With five top hitters returning, the team with a to-be Dave Arnold signed three freshmen :
including former batting and RBI 4.05 earned run Majeski. Majeskihit
recruits and three junior college I"
leaders Mario Linares and Herbert average. .314 and stolea the
players to help replace graduates -
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lineup. And all but one regular year Kevin Polkovich, from Gulf Coast
going to be a real One player the
pitcher will also return, leaving the will '
steady player for Gators will missis Community College, probably r.
Gators a solid base that they hope .
will prevent a repeat of last season. us," Arnold said. Eric Martinez, start immediately."He's "
The team's youth hurt it con- "Brennan won who obtained a just a great shortstop,"
stantly, but the experience the some big ball release from theo Arnold"said. "He has outstandinghands.
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1991, Arnold said. Pricher best In the Southeastern Conference last season. Coach Joe cally. He led UF ing pitchers, was drafted by the
"We had 12 freshmen on our emerged as the Arnold hopes Pricher will help lead the 1991 Gators to the in home runs and Chicago White Sox but chose to I
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Jenny Crews. Deborah Co/vin and Melissa Hagy keep the beat during Superdance '89 outside UF's Orange & Brew The dance raised money for Habitat For Humanity. which helps poor families build houses. Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity members and others relax by a hot tub during the fraternity's 1989 ShowerAThan ShowerA. Thon is the group's philanthropy project, which raises money for charity. 'yAI 1 4 Delta Upsilon President Sean Carpenter relaxes outside his fraternity house doing a recent rush week Several UF fraternities compete against each other in UF's Slugrest, an anuai boxing tournament which rabes money for charity. I q 'I 6 -. I riKQ7 Chli Omega members entertain rushes outside the sorority house during a recent rush week CL UF'SGREEKSYSTEM You may love it. You may hate it. But it's here to stay. Fraternities, UF deal with alcohol By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer Alcohol -it's as common at UP on the weekends as sleeping, shopping and sunbathing. It's expected, accepted and available. For many, it's the prerequisite before a party, football game or day by the pool. "At least hundreds" of cases of beer are sold at the aea ABC liquor chain on the weekends, much more than weekdays, one manager said. And In UPs 33 fraternities, UF police spokeswoman Angie ipton called alcohol 'very prvalent," especially on and around Fraternity Row. In the houses and along the lawns and parking lots on the row, alcohol Is the ost common substance abused, lipton mid. Underage drinkers and students walking around with open containers keep police busy during weekend nights. Sixteen people, including five UP students, were cited for alcohol violations one weekend a fewweeks ago on Fraternity Row. The problem can be blamed In part on open parties and socials, which many underclansmen attend, ipton said. Inter-fraternity Council President Tom Santilli said UP rules prohibit all open, advertised fraternity parties from serving liquor. Many students arrested on Fraternity Row are aught drinking on their way to parties, or leaving closed fraternity/sorority socials where alcohol is sewed to of-age drinkers, Santilli said. UF police wait outside Greek houses for violators. see Alohol. page 3 wOrange and blue makes columnist see red page 6 0TWO wheels beat four when riding across campus page 10 >Looking foran apartment? Don't settle for less page 20 F '6 ; '. wh Q A IRV IC h

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Drugs also problem r within fraternities ALCOHOL from page 1 UF freshman Katie Elmhurst said she's been to four fraternity parties during the few weeks she's been a student, and said three of them had beer and bowls of spiked punch In a few houses, the liquor was served near the dance floor, she said, "Noonecomesupand asks ifyou wantalcohol, but if you want it, you can get it," Elmhurst said "The (fraternities) I've been to, they're not that harsh on age." Santilli said he can't believe that fraternities would be "that stupid" to have alcohol so openly displayed, especially when police and IFC patrols all open parties. Manyunderagedrinkerswhocan'tget intobars attend fraternity parties and consume lots of alcohol, Pi Kappa Phi member Seth LaVey said, But often, students come drunk or bring their own alcohol -tactics the fraternities can't be blamed for, LaVey said. A fraternity house can sometimes hide alcohol duringparties because roomsare private property and alcohol can go undetected, he said Sigma Chi member Greg Prysock said alcohol and drug use is no more prevalent on Fraternity Row and in the houses than in dormitories and apartments. "Fraternities aren't any different than the whole student body," Prysock said. Drugs in fraternity houses don't pose as many problems as alcohol does, lipton said. UF police make few drug-related arrests each year, but Tipton said drugs are everywhere, not just in fraternity houses. Lavey agreed and said drugs are noi mainly a "fraternity thing" and can be found anywhere on campus, just like alcohol. But laVey added that some fraternity members in many fraternities probably do use drugs. "Unfortunately, some fraternities take aovantage of things like that and they think they're in a frat and no one will look at them," LaVey said, One fraternity member, a 20-year-old zoology major who didn't want to be named, said drugs are easy to come by when living in a house full of friends he can trust. "If you've got 20 good friends, you've got 20 good contacts," he said. He ala said he and his friends, not all of whom are fraternity brothers, frequently use drugs such as marijuana, ecstasy, acid, cocaine and a hallucinogen called mushrooms, Marijuana Is the most commonly used drug because, It can be easily purchased, sometimes even easier than alcohol, he said. "I can't go into a restaraunt and get a beer, but Ican go wherever my friends are selling pot and I can wore," he said. "It's much easier for me to get stoned than get drunk." Drugsare rare in mostfraternity houses, Santilli said, although he admits that in sone houses drugs mny be quite common. But drugs are not only isolated to fraternity houses, he said. "If people want to smaoke pot, they're going to smoke pot whether it's in dorms or whatever," Santilli said. IFC is In the process of constructing a new alcohol policy called, 'Bring Your Own Beer" because the old, lenient alcohol policy did not meet Insurance requirement. Student Msh Vice President Art Sanden said becausefrateriftles se studentorgansuations, tF deals directly with alcohol and drug Infractions and also issues the penauities IsutSadeen said he's not aum if more drinking takes place In fatsraitles than in apartments or at other dali gatherbg. Praterantim, though, am more in a spoeilght if underage drinking goes on, he said. lraternites have certainly been a focus of soal aivity Oaf our campus for a long time," %74 I hk Wtheym much more vog I bOt NSSMibblet" 7 '' E ANN STODDARD -ALLIGATOR Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity members Tony Henderson, Guy Rawlings. Ed Jennings and Rod Alexander often relax between classes outside yurlington Hall Jennings says the Greek system offers black students unity. Black Greeks strive to keep cultural identity By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alisgator Staff Writer Racism has become a much-used word again -this year at tIP, as students stress the need to eliminate discrimin t, UF administrators also emphasize the need for more cultural diversity, minority faculty and minority student recruitment and retention on campus. However, some black fraternity and sorority members at UF say that while integrating more black and white Greek activities is good, staying basically segregated also makes sense When compared to whiie Greeks, black Greeks have different origins and tradi tions. They stick together, and Kappa Alpha Psi member Guy Rawlings said he AUGUST 2j 1920, NSE, NEWS, 3 likes it that way Rawlings said the separation between Greeks is simply because people relate better to others with similar backgrounds and cultures. When blacks join fraternities and sororities, they're looking for friends they share common interests with, which is what whites also look for in the Greek system, Rawlings said "We tend to separate ourselves," RawIings said. "It's just like a support group. You're lookingforpeopletikeyourself.We have different traditions and waysofdoing things." But in an attempt to pull the two groups together, the first round of this year's sorority rush will introduce black sororities to rushees and make new rushees aware that joining apredominani. ly black sorority is an option, Panhellenic Council President Joy Taylor said. "People don't know anything about black Greeks," Taylor said Alpha Kappa Alpha sister Candace Lewis said she thinks the introduction is a good idea because there should be more communication between blacks and whites. "I think having ajoint rush will be good to improve knowledge between the two organizations," Lewis said Although there's not enough dialogue between black and white Greeks, it's acceptable because people spend time with whomever they feel comfortable with, Lewis said 'Thetruth of the matter is, we don't have the same interests," Lewis said "I wanted to have a common bnnd with women like myself and women (hatl canidentifywith" But becoming a black Greek is not only a matter of wanting to bond with other blacks, Lewis sid, It's more about com m"n goals and feelings, she aid "You want to bond with people whose see Identity. page 11 er Fraternities, sororities seek members By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer All you new students are going to meet lots of interest ing people your first few weeks at UF. The guy down the hall in your dorm who plays weird organ music. The teacher who strips down to his shorts when a classroom gets too hot. The Hare Krishnaswho serve lunch in the Plaza.of the Americas. But don't worry -sooner than you think, these people will become just ordinary faces in UF's crowd. One interesting breed of students you'll see running around campus, especially on Wednesdays, are the guys and girls wearing odd-looking let' ten on their shirts, shorts and bookbag. They're called Greeks and UF has about 6,000 of them, all members of a tF fraternity or sorority. Greeks make up about 17 percent of the student body, and are involved in mostevery nook of student life. They even have a special day, Wednesday. to Informally signify Greek unity and support. Greek involvement in organizations include all parts of Student Government and Florida Blue Key, UFs leader. ship honorary. HomecomIng and Gator Groel, billed as the wig t-ruan pep blifyiNiavonites. president To. :,*a ill Annual charity events including Phi DeltalTheta's"Slug Fest," Zeta Tat Alpha's "Line Dance," and Delta Delta Delta's, "Dolphin Dare," all benefit local, state and national organizations. Inter-fraternity Council President Tom Santilli said havingafraterity or orrity house for a student to come hem to Is one of the greatind advantages of becoming a Greek. "Whnyoucome to a university with 35,01)0 students, It gims you a place to callhome ad som place to relate to,* Satilli said. Here are a few males and guidelines to becoming a Pmnhellesle Council President Joy Taylor Greek from UF's top Greek expents, which may dispel some of the fear and mystery sur. rounding the all-consuming, much-dreaded "Rush Week." And if you decide you want to become a Greek, maybe in afew months, you'll wear some Greek letters of your own. FRATERNITY RUSH Fraternity rush is casual and informal, a time for a rushed to meet brothers in different fraternities and decide where he feels rost comfortable, Santilli said. Unlike sorority rush where mashees dress up and go through a whirlwind of formal "parties" -fraternity rush consists of barbecues, open lunches, dinnersand nighttime parties. Brothers and rushees get to know each other much like they would at any other party. There is one exception though -no alcohol during Rush Week, During the first few days of fraternity rush, which began August 19, rushees trek up and down Fraternity Row (where most fraternities have houses) trying to experience as many fraternities as possible. Santilli recommends that rushees visit between five and 10 houses during the first days of rush. A rushee shouldn't have a house picked before rush begins because different houses have different ad vantages, Santilli said. 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TAKE A LOOK AT BIRKENSTOCK Slsghil Contours are placed with anatomial preciion to provide cushioning and arch support y raised toe bars age the nairl laping L.ayern dsede, lute" and~ ~ ~ rustar an hadn"nd Molded heelcup cradle your heels and abiirb shok Burkeesitok fodbedi enrgize rua fet by ihabsogZshs cushioning and! smasng the arch n d lowgysr.ett nowenratrally And unlikenother dint thepwentironsth to hesel hs straght, followig, the natural shape, of yaer Ioo For Quality, Trust the Original. I Sunflower Health Foods Westigto Plaza 57 SW S4th St. 3727482 Jet Eldeed, lte Reltz Union Hotel's manager, says rooms cost between s35 and $50 a day. Union hotel keeps guests nearby OyMATTHEWsAUER Alligator Writer Although many UF students enjoy having visitors during the busy Fall semester, finding guests a hotel room anywhere near Gainesville can be more time-consmalingtdn th.r .ramlYor friend stay. One alternative, the Reitz Union Hotel, is as close as the Union's fifth and sixth floors. The hotel is the only on-campus facility of its kind in the Florida university system, and offers reasonably-priced, comfortable hotel rooms The hotel is open for use by anyone affiliated with UF in some way, said Janet Eldred, the hotel's manager. The identification sys, tem is very informal, she said. "If you came in and told us you .rned to tourte campus beea.u. you were considering sendingyour son or daughter to UF, we'd let you stay here," she said 'The only people that know about the hotel are UF-affiliated.' 'The hotel has 36 rooms. 18 with twin beds, six with queen-sized beds, four with a queen-size and a double bed, two with a pair of queen-sized beds and two business suites. The suites include a living room area in addition to a queensized bed Room prices vary according to the number of occupants, Eldred said, and range in price from $35 to 9W0 She said the entire hotel has recently been modernized -Te furniture in our rooms was specially developed for us to allow see Hotel, page 26 U of F PARKING INFO FROM THE STUDENT TRAFFIC COURT. I. The Student Traffic Court is a branch of Student Government whose chief purpose is to adjudicate appeals of on-campus parking tickets made by students.Ten student justices evaluate and the adjudicate the appeals. 2. All cars, motorcycles and mopeds must have a campus decal. Decals may be purchased at the decal office on NorthSouth Drive. 3. Freshmen and Sophmores living oncampus must register their vehicles and purchase a Red D decal.The Red D parkIng lots are on North-South Drive ad West of Simpson Hall along Museum Road.Red D cars also park in bolder Zone (all decal) lots. 4. Freshmen and Sophinoes living offcampus will be issued Park and Ride decals: This allows parking only in the Park and Ride lot located On Hull Road during the restricted hours. Conimting buses will leave every 15 minutes to r SLIPFB FILTIBE 3FREE_ DECAL OFFICE 392-2241 PARKING FINES OFFICE (Staff, Faculty, Visitor) 392-6655 STUDENT TRAFFIC COURT 392-1621 OR CALL 392-PARK and from campus S. With every ticket Issued, points are assessed, depending upon the violation. If you receive 10 points within a semester, your driving privileges will be suspended for 60 days. If you accumulate 20 points within a calendar year.your driving privileges will be suspended for one year. 6. The following areas are restricted 24 hours a day, seven days a week: Service Drives On the Grass and Sidewalks Reserved Spaces No-Parking Zones 7. STUDENT TRAFFIC COURT RUN BY STUDENTS FOR STUDENTS I 10 North-South Drive CALL USI 392-1621 DON'T PARK IN ORANGE OR BLUE ZONES A sai I N I

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6 ,N f wSN S E ,A U G U ST 20IN OPINIONS This page is your page So what do you think? The opinions page is your place to air your thoughts. If you have complaints about something in The Alligator, write and let us know. If a government official, UF administrator or professor does something wrong, let us know. If you think Te Aligator really messed up, call us on it. Likewise, if someone does something well or goes out of his or her way to help you, let us know that, too, Anyone may send us a letter, but please try to be clear and concise. We don't give credit for the number of words you write like professors do, and sometimes good letters must be cut drastically to fit in our limited space. We can't promise to print every letter because we don't have room, but we'll try to print the best, worst or most important letters we receive. If, for instance, we receive five letters on the same topic, well try to publish the two or three that best represent the entire group of letters. Sometimes when we have a large number of letters, we will run an extra opinions page. The page is sometimes devoted to four or five letters all about one topic and sometimes is used to clear a backlog of letters covering different topics But if a letter is too long, we can't use it because it is usually impossible to edit it to a reasonable length. We want you to share this space with the other readers. Please limit letters to 200 words. Tlat's about one typed, double-spaced page. For legal reasons we don't print unsigned letters, If you write to us and want to be published, you must take credit for your work. All submissions must be signed and must include the author's name, phone number and student classification, if applicable. On a rare occasion we will withhold an author's name for privacy reasons, but we still need all the information for our records. We also accept editorial cartoons and columns from our readers. The columns we publish are generally for more in-depth subjects while letters are usually complaints or comments about letters or news events. Columns may be humorous or serious and may be about almost any topic. Check out Geoff Boucher's example to the right, The cartoons you'll see on the opinions page are sometimes from syndicated cartoonists and sometimes from student artists. We prefer running students' work over syndicated art from Atlanta or Detroit if we can. The editorial, which appears in this space daily, is the official view of The Alligator. The editorial is the only thing on the opinions page which reflects the opinion of The Alligator staff. Everything else on the opinions page is the opinion of the author or artist. We also don't print material that's incoherent or irrelevant. If you don't have anything to say, or can't make your letter, column or cartoon understandable, we can't use it. You don't have to be a journalism, art or English maor to be on the opinions page -just make your point and keep it simple. aigatorEditor Ma ditorJudy A. Plaskett ManyBin Edt Trac Sadi.t .Edi .D. Cameilla Ls -~ u Seid ..soc weds cata S. a*O, iuw Sw~s oass 6 ft -1. we a S fm .as, nn Wa is" essas Uawtns rwas rS445 I N Avoid freshness with this column Krishnas Don't eat at Skeeter's every night. Don't put too much faith in people who start every sentence with the word 'don't.And, most of all, don't worry too much about al this stuff. While you shouldn't advertise your freshmanishness, it's also stupid to worry about meeting other people's shallow social expectations. Have fur But avoid weaning all that orange and blue crap anyway, okay? A QUICK GLOSSARY OFTERMS: Becasue It' hard to find one of those little translation dictionaries for "ENGLISH-to-GATORISH," below are a few key phrases todropin idleconversation soyoucan further shroud your freshness: A. NOTESThe Cliffs Notes of lectures. Ranks with Magna Carta, Bill of Rights and Paper Mint coupon book as documents of historical impact. BEERBeer. NAPKINHEADSThose guys who wear bandannas on their heads like apple turnovers. Often have unwashed hair and listen only to bands that dress an black. Almso can be counted on to say things such as, "Don't ever drop aid, am. Take it psaWHITE STUDENT UNIONA group of UF students who have banded together to protest federal hiring regulations, which they say are based on minority quota practices. Okay, so they don't read a whole lot. And remember not to confuse the WSU with the CSU, which is the Campus Swine Unit. Both may be known for flying mud and rude noises, but the pigs usually keep manure in their own pen. YOUyOU!YOIYOUI -'This vrsaial phrase is only effective if it is chanted in a quick succession. The louder and deeper, the better. Much like the Hawaiian term "aloha," this phrase is appropriate in a number of circumstances: a Gator touchdown, a fraternity fight, an opponent's airball in basketball, a fraternity social, a Gator homerun, a fraternity members wedding, Morton Downey Jr reruns, table surfing or any gathering at Central City Many of the people who never overcame their freshman fondness of orange and blue also use this term to express anything from arousal to hairbals, BETIER'ThAN SCRAWLING CIASS OF'90" ON A DESK: Start off on the right foot. In an effort to give your class a little distinction ad notoriety, why not revamp some of those tired old Gator cliches with some more up-to-date sayings? 'TIE TAKEOFF: Okay, so here you are in GainesYou've probably been here, what, maybe 11 ville. The folks just drove off in their familymobile, minutes before you hear "Every time a virgin waving and shouting back some last minute warnings graduatesfromUFabrickfallsoutofCenturyTower" about phone bills and studying. You watch the taillight It might have drawn a giggle out of the average frosh disappear around the corner and count to ten, just to in 1958 but hey, look how those people dressed. make sure they didn't forget something. Instead, start reciting the equally accurate "Every You get to 23 when you realize they're really gone time there's a parking space on campus, a brick falls A giddy wave washes over you, your new freedom out of Century Tower." rises up and smacks you in the face. You'll have fun, fnn fun 'tI Daddy takes the tuition check away. -Geoff Boucher Momn and Dad are homeward bound. sentenced toOU four (five? six?) years of fretting about the various PEAKING OUT forms of debauchery you are pursuing up in that Or maybe, "Every time visiting alumnus are college town. Talk about paradise. You don't know dressed in non" jester ta sng ae ra s ae what to do first, but man, it better be pretty damn d-be inne garong te skyowaor'agegood. Freedom.'The word just tastes good. and-blue Winnebago falls from the sky. Now that's Now calm down. Don't be reserved or stuffy or comdy. Or even "Every time UF h anadhitic anything, but just stop jumping around. And quit scandal, the THn riS. YOU Rat the Id'1. high-fliing everything in sight Relax, because you THI PR know what happens if you act too silly don-t you G.PA PR FACH: Before you can say "Turlington Hall," some of the Didyou know UFwasnamedthelao.pa e school older folks arund here will tag you with the F-word in he country back th a 1960 Plaeboy magazine? It N h ot tha One. The Other F-WOrd -Freshman. hasn't been ranked that highaone, but the student Nno that o n. The-o F body still has a reputation for placing alcohol and And that's no fun. athletics above a ami. HOW 70 AVOID BEING TAGGED AND THE Maybetht 's oeaofh oitheefishm n ESUING PUBLIC HlrImlAflON: Do not war class drops out before htfiag their aophomore year. mor thany Us Ganon g t atoet teime No matter Fun is fun and pardes art paies, but if you want how many Gabons swea11ten/Vsweat pants/painters' to look back on college a a raly ar doe, squeeze capn/shoelaces/etc. 1ou received as going-way gifts soe tikn n betas tealyy o don'l try to lInt the orange and blue bizard effect Hey, e ss a bemore thm nakeg t s you t want to look like a maor? Don't wear any of the stuff e ali e o be the l i lous' .lu r, but 131111111 t wfrias at r p ,akexploit th Wearning ', Nmad MLu o 'mtis lfir iAgtnd darICA on't car a ask I'm not aeen tal" alt. o m. stsa int'f It dealr ais y. Bedthw. A nd n't an a map a you skip that, you w ott be h we k ..ae y. Do deeglvawy, es be Jut andr roud lessly stuff outside theduaram 3ussism s bi tlk to ad hops to bunsp bias the corect bulldin dre a as usg, *ase de DS't nn if you're late. Don't eat at the Union m u Takek bN a aw ef g aned~m a th 6Wu.Do't Caryv hadtbank everywhere you It won't ill pu, tint? Pass n cOlass Doe't believe things in k h rt L m a ak.~ Doi mss fun of the Harewo beis 4pER wsimes L,,,,,,,,,

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I AUGUST20 19. NSE. NES. 7 MORE OPINIONS LET THE CARTOONS BEGIN Below are four editorial cartoons by nationally syndicated artist Mike Luckovich, Mike's work hasn't appeared much in The Alligator this summer because several student artists began drawing their own cartoons (such as Craig Baxter, an Alligator artist whose work appears on the opposite page). We like Mike, but we'd love to see your sketchings on anything local, national, international or cosmic. For more information, call us at 376-4458 and askfor the opinions editor. Now, here's Mike. 't irt I so lt A FA j nuM~ Ia 6t 0 Ame*!,Thmu C / Ii V W.0m -j Dq all (" Mdt .j

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8, NEWSNSE. AUGtJST2O Disabled ride By SUSAN SPENCER Alligator Writer Jennifer Jones, a UF senior therapeutic recreation student, broke both her kneecaps in a car accident last June. Despite the injury, she stay in school. At first, she huffed and puffed her way around campus on crutches. But the walk uphill to Turlington Hall persuaded Jones to use the UF Handi-Van dis~mJ1A van transports students, faculty and fa'fl around campus. The van runs Monday through Friday from 7.00 am. to 4 00 p.m was determined to UF Hand-Van in advance by calling UF Traffic and Parking Services at 392-2241 After the reservation is made, van driver Gil Danne will arrange a time and place to pick up passengers anywhere on campus, as well as the Medical Center, the Vetera The Handi-Van transports disabled or temporarily injured students, 0-Ad staff around campus. The Handi-Van is a real lifesaver, Jones said. 1I couldn't have finished up my classes without it." The Handi-Van, sponsored mainly by U's Student Traffic Court, is equipped with a wheelchair lift, two places for wheelchair passengers and nine seats. Passengers must arrange van transportation 24 hours a $16 pass, which rary passengers c ns Administration Hospital and the PX Yonge Laboratory School. Dannels, who has driven the van since the program started in February 1984, has become a wizard at getting everyone to the right place at the right time. Sometimes Dannels takes his clipboard home on weekends to plan out route schedules, he -I Regular passengers mubi 0uu is good for a year of rides. Tempo. an ride free for a week. The Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol runs an evening extension of the HandVan service from 3:30 to 8:00 p.m. Prospective passengers should contact SNAP in advance at 392-SNAP "I STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE Now is the time to sign-up for the U.S Guardian Health and Accident insurance plan. For students continuing coverage from last semester, renewal notices (including a new brochure and enrollment form) were mailed to your listed address. For new students or students who did not receive the renewal mailing, insurance tables are stationed at the Florida Gym, Reitz Union and the Bookstore from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily for the following registration dates: August 20 to August 24 August 27 to August 31 memberer 4 to September 7 Insurance assistants will be on-hand to answer questions pertaining to the policy or call the insurance administrator toll-free -800-237-0903. -A S S S f l S S Whether you're Ata undergraduate or a graduate student, this book can help sou get straight A's. And, let's face it, bettergrdes often mean a better and higher payingjob after graduation. ONLY $6.95! ,hisn abonk thateirr paurntoughttogtvr every an and daughwr A ||N IN" -Mchael Novak, | Syndicated Columnist F *Thosisasliendidbook. averyinssghtffilandenanindy A pfracdalguid, MWI ANNuPAN -Tern .rlil, GtBMIiN WIA ,r.hAl Former Secretary of Education OVER 200,000 COPIES SOLD AIlSO AVAILAI Surviving Freshman Composition The An of Creatuve Writing by Scol Edebrn byLaOr rEr Plea. add $1.50 polmage and handling for each book SAE $5.00! Onirathan beeek.forsi55 iNja puftr and mndhqg of only $3.00. NY and NJ residents add appropriate males tax. -4-0510-2 Getting Stralght A's-g6.95 -4-0463-9Surviving Fresuman Compoition-$7.95 -5-0200-2 The Art ofCreative Writng-$5.95 Total Amount Enclosed $ Please Print Name-Address City state Alp Shipment Made Wakin f Dys CALL OR A E-VISA & MAgflECABDACCEtED 8S-447-UBOOK IV dm jo NJ -s--a AUTO AAICNIEN A E1iCA OF SOUTH GAINESVILLE. INC "WE INSURE ALL DRIVERS" SANDRA BANKS -AGENT ROBIN HENDERSON -LIFE AND HEALTH AGENT 3317 S W Archer Road -Gainesville, Flads 32608 Telephone -(904) 378-4466 Al Am 0 4 tr ~w6 $179 fesw rSel Easy-coe fii student doik set InClude desk.bookcaseand fllng desk choir, (desk set avolbW In pill orial choir in whi red or block) II 2M SW 30M 8ft E. .n i

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10. NEWS, NSE, AUGUSr 20 t9s r k Bike riders make "safety first" By REGGIE GRANT Alligator Writer In a city ranked by Bicyclng magazine as the nation's sixth best place to ride, bicycles probably are UF students' favorite means of transportation But whyare UF students hoppingon their two-wheelers jumping into pavement? to get to class rather [han their cars or pounding the "It's cheap, you get to class easy, there's no parking and it's great exercise," said Scott Weinstein. manager of the Bike Route on West University Avenue Despite the freedom from gridlock r-------i I I Dance and Aerobics Apparel 10% off any purchase Expires 9 30 90 116 NW 13th St Downstairs in he Gaier Plaza 371-3701 -M-abicycles offer, bicyclists must obey the same traffic laws and posted speed limits that automobile drivers do. For example, bicyclists riding on the road must ride in the same direction as other vehicles using that same road About 15,000 bikes are used on campus during Falland Spring semesters, UFpolice spokeswoman Angie lipton said. UF police gave out 604 bicycle citations in 1988, and 437 in 1989 Florida's bicycle laws state that. Bicyclists cannot transport more pas. sengers than the bicycle is designed to hold, except when an adult rides with a child in a backpack or sling a rule Bicyclists must keep one hand on the handlebars while riding. Violators can be fined $52. Every bicycle rode between sunset and sunrise must be equipped with a white lamp visible at least 500 feet from the front of the bike, and a red lamp on the rear of the bike visible fro at least 600 feet away. Violators can be fined $32. 0 All bicycles shall be able to stop within 25 feet of brake application when moving at a speed of 10 mph on a dry, level, clean pavement Violators can be fined $32 see Bikes. page 28 wy i/-s ALL~iGAO pra)-3 Bicyclists cannot transport more passion. gets than their bicycle Is designed to carry, except when an adult carrles a child In a sling or backpack. 1) lntmoducingA1& Student Saver Plus. lfyou'ian officampim student, all he easer to get through college this crr &c~use ATMT Ins put iW!NE therai can save %ou money .e2 Gaberelle Kzdisr .SkKinotw Qge -Ciais of 99! Youdon'tneed towAit llspring togetabreak. md~l Lihe AW~&Ta* Out AMinra Han, youllgetsans A4hoiur aa 7dt a week Enduo~ 5 off our aw 60 mbume of long distance. For free. Movies. Video& And more. Forless. Jubn sinanStu derSaverflusprmgpnsyou,1 up to 60 munues offree go a fe coupon bucler good for sonerd *"' -MI -30 Gseea evn if you darm hasesa So youl1 be able ar male a phone. Sa CPU fto almost aphMn and have It lied tyou whver yo rlh e line. And well dot The rit dci .:iiii =|| S.M. Rn "-"" .. .a.I a This semester take some electiws in communications. Rental Finding Service *oesOacns Roommat, *nsWdeo Mascning .Andixtis FINDERS 1712w. hiveiy Avnu. WE INSURE ALL DRIVERS! Students & Young Drivers Welcomed CALL NOW 371-6322 FOR IMMEDIATE PHONE QUOTES!! Hesln Insurance 4906 NW 34th Street (00S MUe sauih OF TA OsficE) Binfifteiii~ax' 91 1b emol in the MAr Stden Save Pus pograms that ae drlt for you, o to get the best value in long distan service, canl us They ust nigiht be the mt pable elective vul eer tile 1800654-O47Ext.1230 AfiL Helpi make collegelitahlile easier \ --ai lei

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AUGUST M 19i NSF NvWrR 1 ms aa U1 X.LA LU 11 a. k a No M & a i LA a OUT ON THE TOWN Brown Derby We know how particular you ire about your steaks, that's why we only rye sianks that are fresh cut, never frozen and broiled exactly the way you order Our Prime Rib 1a a specialty of the house with different cuts to satisfy every appetite. Seafood lovers will feel right at home with a large and varied selection to choose from, .Dinners come complete with u f b ou Supe SaladTable, you chiceof ptatoad comanbdondbred.Froin~to7pm join your friends for the BestHappyHour in town. Enjoy reduced price cocktails plus complimentary hot and cold chef selected Hrs d' Oeuvres Banquet f acilties available. Most major credit cards accepted Reservations not needed but for parties of six or more, pleasecall373-0088 5220SW 13th Sn just sooth of Williston Rd Charlie's Fine Dining & Spirits Handeat Steaks. Fresh Seafood Daily Lutnchtoo Buffet-3 95 Sunday Brunch-4 95 Live Entertainment Wed-Sat -NO COVER' Reservations recommended -371"069. J's Restaurant Breakfast house -20 years Serving 8.0.2:30 every day One block tocam_ plus 1225 W Univ. Ave Snuffy's Restaurant and Lounge 1017W. Univ Aye. 376.8899 Caribbean pub atnoaphere with gourant barges, steaks, chicken teriyaki. baby beck rIbs, seafood, salads, sandwiche., and New England clsrn chowder. Relax and enjoy your favorite ocktail In our casually elegant lounge Open (M-Thurs), 1130 am-Midnight (Fri&Set), 1130aan-2am,(Sun),6pm11 pat Happy Hour 3-7 pin MC, Visa & Am. X J's Restaurant Chinese food: delivery, 5.9 pan, lunch 11-2:30; dinner5-9 pen every day except Tim, night. Only a block to campus 1225 W. Univ. Ave Chef 110 yrs. exp -OFIEEHOUSE -EXICAN7 Philosophy Store Bookstore & Coffeehouse, 3460 W Univ Ave 378-6370 In the jeaditiun of bookstores & coffeehouses of the 18th & 19th centuries Gourmet coffee, by thebean orby thebrew Espresso, Cappuccito, & numerous exotic coffees from the world over Many varieties of to I]hnlpneio Toby's Corner A Gaitesville tradition continues -A warm Country Inn setting featuring unique seafood, veal, steaks, fowl and pasta specialities, Tableside flambe desserts & coftees Dinner from 5 nightly Lunch from 11 30 am weekdays Reservations recommended 101 SE 2nd Place 375-7620 MC/VISA ac.A Bella Pizza Come for the fod, stay forhe fun' 52 pitchers-Big Screen TV Full Italian menu Specializing in calzons, whole wheat crust and vegetarian pizzas Subs and wings, too Lunch and dinner buffet every day Catering service-Free Delivery Across from Putt Putt in Festival Plaza 3599 34th St 335-0200 Leonardo's 706 Experience the Renaissance, progressine pasta and fresh fish in an alteralive atmosphere Offering Thai Chicken, Calun Shrimp, Gorganzola Alfredo, Shrimp Pest &Californiaand Chicago Style PiTces DaVtci's detight. Afterwards enjo homemade desserts, espresso, cappuon aterificwine list Kevin Cutin chefS-T. 5.10 pi & Fri & Sst 5-11 pm 706W Univ Ave 378-2001 The Original Pizza Palace The kind of place your friends would tell you about Homemade pests, fresh baked lasagna & saucesmade to order Opert everyday at 5 pm Corner of NW 23rd Ave, and 6th St 372-1546 Burrito Brothers Taco Co. Serving Gainesville snce 1976 br5 vegetarian itemsavailableTryour fmousg comole'Open7daysuntil 10 16 NW 13th Si 378-39,18 El Toro Mexican Restaurant 1723 SW 13th Street Great Mexican Food 7Days No Srag -just Fact El Toro To Go FREE DELIVERY & TAKEOUT 1203 SW 16th Ave, behind Players374-810 La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant G-villeinewest authentic Mexican tes, tlaurent Our family restaurants have been serving the Southeast for 16 yrs Serving daily lunch specials I1am2 3p&delicious dinnerentrees 5-10 weekdays & 5-1030 weekendsCone in It give us a try! 7038 NW 10th PB (between Service Merchandise & Mr. Hans) 332-0878 Coney Island Internatdosal foods naturally done Specializing In whole foods. Try ctr Island burrito, Black Beass Supreme. Carot Dog. Tofu Reubem or stir fry veggies and brown tice. Salad and Col. snasbo froe yougsrt oade a greatt lia buse Caco.i k. eis dser. Take. osaewaelose. C 11-11lghtday.a wetk. 210 SE 1 .372-.92i. G a for litsecarlds0yearsl Restaurant & Entertainment Guide I The Market Street Pub Enjoy fresh handcrafted import style beers inaloviaI English pub Live en'enjoinment Fri, St evenings -No cover 120SW 1st Ave 377 2927 Lunch and dinner daily The Mill Bakery, Eatery & Brewery Full Bar, fresh brewed beer Drink Speoals 4-7 daily Expanded Patio with lv, entertainment Wed Sat nights Oaks Mall Plaa, 331 0110 Murphy's Pub Daily Special, Dels Sandwiches & ce cold beer' Biiltards, Darts and Video games Happy Flour 4-7 Daily Mon -Thur Ilan-12pm Fri Sat 11amlam Sun Ipm-10pm 5112 NW 34th St across from the YMCA pool 372 4751 Shelley's Tavern Open at 11 am for lunch Pool io menlo Wed & Sun Daily specials 6999 SWArcher Rd,-atou2m I of1-75, 376-7870 Red Lion Tavern NEW & IMPROVED-Managrment & atmosphere' Check unout"t Friday9 to close $3 most pitchers Best grill in town-food till midnite Don'tiforgetto say -H ioR Aw Shucks Seafood Restaurant and Oyster Bar For over seven years serving sone o the freshest gourmet seafood in GaCinesville, Lunch and dinner specialty chage datly miller chicken wings, hot crawfish dip, sauteed mushrooms and onions with melted provolone and the tastiest clam chowder Full service bar with the tallest bar in town. We have it fresh and it's always good" Check us out In the Kash-n-Karry Shopping Center 4212 NW 16th Blvd 372-0332. M-W I Iankm-lam, Th-F 11 3m-2am, Sat 4pn-2anm, Sun 4pm-i 1pi For Information Regarding Out On The Town, Contact Amanda Eseobio 376-4412 Capt'n Louie's Galley We serve the inestin chicken & seafood come in and try our daily buffet & salad bar We also offer grilled seafood & sandwiches Across from Knspy Kreme, 309 N W 13th St 3726311 LaFitte's Seafood and Raw Bar Downtown o th For10years offeringthebestsafod in Gainesville Blackened, Broiled, and Grilled Seafood, Pastar Bar-B-Que Shrimp, Tuna., Caviar., Oysters. Steak, Chicken and Quail Tryour new Italian Specialties Nightly Fresh seafood Every Sunday, Monday & Tuesday night All TNe Garlic, Mustard, Maryland Style Crabs You Can Eat Lunch M-F I 3 Dnner M-Sun Now taking reservations La Concha The flavor of Key West right here in Gainesville Spanish and Latin American Cusme M F 11 am-8 30 pm 4002 W Newberry Rd Plaza West378-4002 Great Steaks Beef & Spirits For the best steaks and prime rib in Gainesville You cook over a hickory charcoal grill or our chef will prepare your dinner Chicken & Seafood tool Open daily 5-10 2 For I well drinks & dollar drafts from 5-7 pm 6-Pound challenge 2310SW 13thSt 734301 Tim's Thai Restaurant Brings you the 2Best Btand of the Orent" Open Mon-Dat Closed Sunday Vise, MC AMX 501 N W 23rd Ave 372-5424 ?140 a a e I

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., music Co. "Yu complete music store" EVERYDAY LOW PRICES ON Audio CentronRoland Rhodes 1s 372-5353 NEXT TO GAINESVILLE HEALTH AND FITNESS 1 ""-----"I Dance and Aerobics Apparel 1 10% off any purchase E xpires 9 30 90 L 116 NW 13th St. Dowa,,, r in the Gator Plaza 371 -3701 I I Irv lx' Z~nly :81odenrte, Fially ad Staff ol Ross Unitirnity atFlordds are eligible lot this special Pooal -mLn IBM* PS/2* Model 30-286 And you thought you couldn't afford an IBM System this package contains everything you need to work faster and smarter with professional quality output. This system includes: 30 MB Hard Disk 1 MB RAM Memory 3.5' 1.44 MB Disk Drive 80286 Processor 'IBM Mouse IBM 8512 Color Display -Preloaded IBM DOS 4.01 Preloaded Microsoft Windows 3.0 Come by and see our full line of IBM PS/2's, from basic systems to advanced academic systems suited for faculty. Remember it pays to PS/2 itI Call Cater Systeans at the Campus Shop and Bookstore at 332-555 'Inllas;ItMeCI.C A.Faf ept 1 t'l S 1tatheeiztitin RUSH from page 3 said And even before rush begins, Santilli said he recommends that rushees read the IFC information sentto them, which details the size ofeach fraternity and how much it costs to pledge. Joining a larger fraternity can cost a pledge $1100 a semester. which pays for meals and social fees. The cost and size factors help in making a decision, Santilli said Santilli's parting advice -don't be nervous because brothers are just as eager to meet rashers as rushees are to meet them, Santilli said. Choosing a great pledge class means a promising future for the fraternity house, and brothers want pledges to like them and choose their house as much as pledges want brothers to ask them to join, he said. "Be yourself," Santilh said "You're not being scrutinized SORORITY RUSH Sorority rush differs from frater nity rush in appearance and activity, says Panhellenic Council President Joy Taylor. But sororities are still searching for the same thing fraternities are -pledges, ATTENTION NISSAN OWNERS Timing belts should be replaced at 60,000 mi. Ahrens Z-Car Specialist Inc. We Service all Nissans & Datsuns Scheduled Maintenance & Tone Ups Brakes Fuel Injection specialist Pre-Purchase Inspection One Day service on most repairs "We care about the environment" Emission free I $10.00 OFF I On Next Repair Over $75 L 604 S.E. 2nd Street A/C Service SE e~ 0 -1h(11 378-5710 AUGIJSr 20 I99h NS, NEwS, 15 which are houses' futures. Sorority rush began August 1 jnd lasts until Sunday Rush consists of four rounds of short parties that increase 11 intensity and for mality as bid day (when rushees are asked o join) draws closer And, unlike fraternity rush. sorority nh rnidates Iha everV rushee goes to all of TFs 20 sororities during the first round, and at least 10 h0ouss the second round After the first two rounds, rushees will earn that an umbrella, paper fan and the lightest possible dresarea must unsor oy rushing because of heatard inevitable, sudden thunderstorms, Taylor said Rushees should be forewarned that they'll never want to drink ice water agam because only water. not food, will be served this year, she said IDuring the third and fourth rounds, rushees must narrow their choices and decide on only a few houses, again following the same advice -a rushee should choose a house where she feels most comfortable "It's [ice to know that there's somewhere you can go to find supportand whereyou belong,"Taylor said, YJ 609 FAL17 --I .Alvaill Oi h

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IF 6. NEWS. NSE, AUGUST 20 19M Gainesville Health & Fbt-sm Center Gainesville Health & Fitness Canter has been chosen on. of the top 20 fitness center. in Ameria by Prce Waterhouse. But you shouldn't be surprised. For over 14 years we've worked hard to continually provide the finest in weight training, cardiovatcular health, and prograive leadership in the health & fitness field. And with the addition of our new msminar center, our new re weight naon, and new eaMlovascular equipment the flaw, looks even brighter. Memberships a a. httle as $19.95 a month. Call today for your fre, visit. Westgate Regency Men & Women 317-4955 e Thornebrook Village Women Only 374-46S4 One Of America's, Is Top Getting Fitness Better Is,--rcr K$$27 an 10 t .......'4,. a ---.~ a -~-.ass .S ~. adS .* .St ---.,.-'.t. --.Centers Iib F I i Are

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20 NEWS, NSE AUGUST 20 I9M Avoid problems read lease when renting apartment By CARRIE SEGAL "It's a renter's market," he s. Alligator Writer "Renters' just don't know it Some students sign leases w When students move into an out looking at the apartme apartment, they should consider Some don't even read the lea more than the colorof the curtains Parmenter said. and the shade of the carpet. Santa Fe Community Colls If students understand their student arri Schatten had pr leases, have homeowners' insurlems getting new carpet and se ance and choose roommates they rity lights from her apartme like, they'll avoid many problems, management. She said peo experts say should read the lease carefully The lease says everything, said "Make sure thatevery linein Andy Parmenter,a staffattorneyat lease is interpreted to laym the Student legal Center in the terms' she said. Reitz Union. Read and understand Another mistake students ma it, he said. is signing leases that lock th Meri Chilty, manageroloxford into an apartment for longer th Manor, 2777 SW Archer Road, they plan to stay, Parmenter sa agreed. "Don't sign a 12-month leas "It's imperative that people read you're going to live there for n the lease" Chitty said. months," Chitty said. "Landlo The first mistake that students' make is signing a lease too soon, Parmenter said. "Some landlords have no incenive to make an apartrment's conditon perfect in August because the tetit already signed the lease in March," he said, aid ithnt, se, ege olCU. nt's ple the an ake em tan id e if ine rds are in a business, they'll honor their portion, as a renter should upkeep their portion of the lease." 'rreehouse Village on 117 SE 16 Ave has six-, nine and 12month leases. The ntne-month lease is the see Aparlmunt., page 21 V ON 6 SAVE ON LEVI' -if --m -' -weeamm I Cal mail Opn Dully 0am-9pm sWAay Noon -6 pm Phome 331M "-r..esm.,0. .-i T a @Ta

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0 11 V 0 0 S 071 EYEGLASSES IN 1 HOU Even Macits, Trifocals & lvsible Bl .GAINESYLLES LARGEST SELEC OFFRAMES SAME DAY EYE EXAMS AVAILA Oaks Mail Plaz (Bon ire f Mand Toys "R") ti OPt N 7 DAYS Is"SM 33' sir Noan 6PAM3 1 -------SAVE 52500 125Oilpe5 paac 'egu s StEBay e a.u f-a 0 rrE HOWv~e 1N ----2040 -j EXTENDED ;AR I NTED SOFT I CONTACTS ONLY I I I I LreiE' lio EXAM & FITTING ItNCLUDEDOI $99 L $ -9 -E n I I -. I L oeo"spv' itos Have you seen. SEARS FURNITURE No waiting. Take it home today. SAUDER A A. Aon.een it egg e-1. tnmlhs .con tnlEametant '229 ec .* A .b"~'s $149 -A -oG r It I-a. TA Hoor Center *159 From aM wootbij' 5,ae hue. Tv, wads Ara .n -1 *isr 0w, $179 555 isa r o hs a' R4005~~~~. Weaad ' H Offe Work C.tr -..on ms" -L 49 -$89 P15 sam. a. a'a s -ie.~-i'-i hi's,. '~ --' APARTMENTS from page 20 most popular because t hal's how long a typical school year last Tenants s11uld protet whal they own from (heft hr dantage by having renter's ms rance, Parne ter said Students can be covered by their parents' homeowners in surance Or 'heir own policy landlords insure themselves and their property, not their renter's property, Parienter said Theft is the renter's problem, not the landlords, he added Populated mostly by upper-nddle class young people, student apartment complexes makeperfect targets for burglars, especially dur ing schol breaks, Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt Sadie lDarnell said "Historically more burglaries do occur while students areon break," Darnell said "The police department shows a slight increase when students return, because that's when students report burglaries Fifty-two burglaries were reported after Spring Break this year, Darnell said Forty-three burglaries were reported the week before the break Mostlysmall andpor able tems c AUGUST W 1990 ,NSE. NEWS, 21 such as videocassette recorders and radio, are stolen," Darnell said Other problem, such as por building and property oaintetan e.ciuldbavoid edifsudents thit their im' and looked at diferent apartment cmallexes, said Ireehouse Village Assistani Man eager (nut .d Elsame'r It a bro hure siys the complex has a pool, make sure it's kept clean and not elt green and dirty, Parmenter said Tenants should ask to see the exact apartment they want-not a model or someone else's apartment "The model isn't hved in," Parmenter said "Students want to see how an apartment is holding up, how the carpets wear with time and how the appliances work over time "If people don't check the exact apartment they want to live in, they can expect the worst," he said Students should also expect that what they see is what they'll get. If landlords say they'll clean the apartment before a students arrives, don't believe them-oral contracts mean nothing, Parmensee Apartm.nts page 23 @ 0 t 7y Double Ofiffr Ia NLBonusi IA NGT1 OM iCbSna Withafteemini I -I makeover you've never I Create he naturallook of I looked so good so fast the90'swithourNewLook There's the Youthful Effects bonus w mi ni-makeover to help you There'slipstick in Cafe Iget ridoftheappearance Pinkand owde), ctme of thicse little lines and Ptnk and powdery cremne wiketeQe n blusher in Satin Mauve, Lux. wrinkles, the Qutck And i va Skin Refinng Cleanser, Natural, the Eye-Enhancing Luxiva Day Creme and Luxno-inakeover, Your Best I vsa LiquidCremeFoundation.I Colorsand the Long Lasting Makeup mini COSMETIC STUDIOS Gainaville Mail Oaks Mall 378-7822 331-7878 Spaw &ms arabic Spokan*j L --2=Z .............

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GET NOTICE APART from pa ter said. Another thing whether the Ian retrers parents t lease, Parmente don't need to sign "You're an ind responsible for yo parents are not," "If there's more who skips town, --4 parents pay for a D o lords who will gor -_) "to he announced" S TAZ ber, Parmenter sa 24.951_ 1 $24.95 I FREE i $ UNLIMiTED I TAN S NEW 1990 WOLFF BEDS RATED #2 SALON IN U.S. OVER 24 LUXURY ROOM OPEN 9AM -10PM DAILY S.A.FE CERTIFIED SALON MORE GENTLE TO THE S ALWAYS NEW aUtBS PAYMENT PLANS AVAILA OAKS MALL PLAZA GATOR (331-8266) e (335 PECIAL S Y S KIN BLE PLAZA 4895) WENTS ge 21 to be wary of is idlord wants a o guarantee the r said. Parents anything. It and you are ur own contract, Parmenter said than one tenant why have your omeone's living money to lande tenants only a apartment numid. Students should also put a lot of thought into who they want to live with "The biggest complaint at Treehouse deals with roommate problems," Elsasser said. "It's usually a lack of communication." Chitly agrees "If you mom with someone, you must be in complete understanding," she said "Sit down with the roommate to understand that each person has a responsibihty "Despite the frenzy students create when apartment-hunting, there are always vacancies available, Parmenter said "Regardless of the demand, there are plenty of units," he said. 'You may not get a prime apartAUGUST20 1990, NSE NEWS. 23 ment by the pool, but plenty of apartments in Gainesville are available Shop around" Here are some things to consider before signing a lease talk to current residents Find out if security deposits are held in interest-bearing accounts I Keep in mind the complex's proximity to campus. Understand the security deposit cant be used for the last nonh' reint. Check whether walls, doors and floors are sturdy. I Lite BRODY'S FROZEN YOGURT ~# ~ Taste Cr .r a~o mop -4 Champion ~ aGoL Oaks mall G v:p Our ctpeputsice Heai cream wn for the county Two Great Locations: Its smooth, creamy and delicious without making you take the calories on Opus MaIl Campus nLocaton kkkkk. .li -' *.1 the chin Be a slender contender w'th Brody's 3314799 372-787 Frozen Yogurt STUDENT HAIRCARE SAVINGS SHAMPOO, HAIRCUT & STYLE Great style anId super savings for guys and gals Onsperpwleo. v0"doubis"dItcOIuf 6100f on ANY REGIS PERM Regular $40 values and up ',OnlpMrPWeOn no-doublW'disoount ----, ,. ---------60ff ANY SALON HAIRCOLOR SERVICE R9g. $10 value and up o Styling services extra ,Onwp.rpmr-. ndaubltdiscount Caps -----aReaslsHARSTLSTS TWO PAIRS FOR PRICE OF ONE, OR 40% OFFBU ONE PAR BUY ONE GET ONE FREE M ButtstOpliwiOop.lnsbuyonconyloisparSp,.ipSoo "" ini """tf nr i (nui'r"u p""'. 51s .You .v bus wfiitng.m. Or, sa40%ona.ok. .akilonpdorMn KondlyndbIN ,wmind MI.woil~ offer Sw Oplidon for ful dbol SAVI ON CONFTACTool BLomis cpIn .oft contacts, $29air. Cler laily hoLens al including Sof Mote soefaIOs.t~wt. ONEDAYIWYOC niany O.In.es4,1333-2371. .t ?t I C 1.II I .f ..I I .1. .11, "'1. .' %. ; ...-.." --". r. I I RJpcA fr u 331-1114 j THE OAKS MALL

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~O 1 E AN sToDOAR -. ALLIGAtOF UF police officer Angel Allen warns UF junior Brian Drutman about driving with an expired vehicle tag. Allen did not write Drutman a ticket UF police more than cops By MELISSA SEGEL Alligator Writer When students think about T police, btuight oIf tti cers rnti,,g speeding tickets often tone It I I.it Rut the d epartoment's 5 ffer rlre more than Iraffio cops, t 'F potoe spokeswoman Angie 'lipion sa d I *"We arrest people in d wse enforce the hIs ss well i heunmver.v rules ,"he (sf1 curs patrol canipu, 0 t i ,t', se" dv week, aind receive the suite training as officers trim other Florida police epaimenits, 'ipton sitd Besides protecting atu denis, tF 55 ice also idu cate them through theft prevention and traffic safety programs, Tipton tild Officers also give lectures on rape prevention, personal safety and alcohol awareness, Tipton said, Although violent crimes don't occur often on campus, students should still be careful, Tipton said three rapes were reported last year "We have a very low incident of violent crimes, but we have a real potential for it" because of the large nimberofcollege-agewomen ocampusTipton said Theft is the crime that occurs most often on campus, but students don't UF police's 65 officers are more than traffic cops, UF police spokeswoman Angie Tipton said. Officers patrol campus 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and receive the same training as officers from other departments. The Crime Prevention Unit, which sponsors the programs, also sponsors the Student Nighttime Auxiiary Patrol SNAP is an on-campus student service that provides free escorts ipton said the police encourage students to use SNAP to travel across campus at night "Working with SNAP has given me the opportudtiy to work closely with UP) and become familiar with law enforcementprocedures,"SNAPsupervisor lake Dumais said UF police also has a nighttime building security program and a campus emergency telephone service The 68 phones have a direct line to Police CommuniFlorida police realize how likely they are to be victims, Tipton said In 1989, there were 1,059 reports of larceny and 55 reports of motor vehicle theft on campus, according to UF police comparative crime statistics Simple security measures such as locking dormtory room doors when leaving for even a few minutes help prevent theft, Tipton said Because of the lack of parking and road space on campus, it's also unportant to know traffic laws, Tipton said With 28,000 cars on campus and only 18,000 parking spaces, Tipton said parking is a critical area of enforcement Police have parking pat rollers on campus whose only job is to ticket illegally parked vehicles. "I don't think we want to plow down this beautiful campus and pave it." Tipton said 'We need to encourage students to use bicycles and mopeds and to carpool" Tipton said the police enforce the laws, but also are sensitive to the needs of the people on campus. "We're not only police officers, we're moms and dads, too," she said. -1 PROTECT YOURSELF! There are ways to reduce the risk of HIV infection as well as health procedures to follow once HIV infection has been diagnosed. Don't be dangerously misinformed. Learn all you can about AIDS now. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA AIDS NETWORK ( PAPASAN CHR FRAMED PRINTS $59.0-_W1 $9 DECORATOR .RUG $S9, MEXICAN CANE HAMPERS -EIU 379 $5. BURl MAHARLIKA CHAIR OR BURI TWIST TABLE YOUR CHOICE! $16.88 WALL DECOR BURJ FANS ARCHES 99C 'SE BATH SHELY $988 ft~ ". *39. Lea1 411110

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PROTECT YOURSELF against AIDS: Abstain from intercourse or have a mutually exclusive relationship with only one uninfected person Engage in only "safer sexual activities Use condoms in all sexual activities Do not use drugs or alcohol -these substances can aflect your judgement and suppress your immune system Stay as healthy as possible to keep your immune system strong Loam all you can about AIDS today. Call: NORTH C NTRAL FLORIDA AIDS NETWORK (904) 372-4370 UNION from page 17 the ground floor That's where students can find a barber shop, a gift shop, a video arcade, a bowling alley and games area, a travel agency, an arts and crafts center, rhe Picture Place and the Orange &Brew, a popular happy hour spot for student clubs, The basement includes the Career Resource Center, which helps students find job, relied to their majtors, and classros where the non-creditleisore ourses -ranging from cave exploration to belly dancing -are held The Union also sponsors activities outside the building, such as eveningmovies on theNorth lawn and daytime art festivals The original Uion, created in 1936, was located an Daser Hall, but by 1962, when UPs student population Ws more than 15,000, uI1_*wA THETA CHI FALL RUSH 1990 Sunday BB -7 p.m. All Events Mon-Thurs. 8-11 p.m. 10 FRAT ROW All Welcome Call 378-1376 for more info. Lunch 11-1 Dinner 6 p.m. AUGUSTr20 I990 NSF,NIfS. 2 the tron was overcrowded and a new building was constructed. Since then, the Union has made expansion a priority, Neely said. The latest expansion includes the renovation of the Orange & Brew and the addition of Dunkim Donut s and other private busi nesses Future expansion may include opening a copy center. video rental store and dry cleaning shop. Neely said I II Fr. WO'ist Fall Tem 365 dM ai 5 376-8400 z a WAE Alae's MUFFLER illffers *14 Years & Pipes Expautirc. *cauyfc Foe Convrlwrs EstImates *Culte" Qiality Systsins Products 377-6833 3412 N E 2nd Street LOCATIONS TO CHOOSE FROM 7 IN GAINESVILLE APARTMENT LIVING locally owned and managed by experienced people WHO CARE' COUNTRY" MANORt 2701 NW 23rd Blvd 372-0400 THE GARDENS 75 SW 75th St 332-7401 WOODCTMANOR 501 SW 7" at THE LAURELS 4455 SW 34th St 3354455 N COUNTRY VILLAGE 2700 SW Archer Rd 373-2700 so. OXFORD MANOR 2777 TWArcher Rd 377.2777 PINETREE GARDENS 4100 Sw 2055.A. j et

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-26,NEWS, NSE, AUGUST20 1990 HOTEL from page 5 a lot of space in each room," she said 7hewhole hotel was modernized about three years ago." Each room includes satellite television, bathrooms and a balcony. she said. Food is available from any campus cafeteria and guests receive a special 24-hour parking slicker issued by the hotel for the Reitz Union lot Eldred said the occupancy rate at the hotel remains at about 68 percent, but varies according to the time of year May and December are very busy because of gradun. tion, but during Thanksgiving and Christmas the hotel closes. 'We're booked up for graduation about ninemonthsinadvance" she said. "During football season, I take requests for weekend rooms beginning a March and April and use a (ottery) system to divide up the accommodations." Eldred said she also prepares a waiting list, in case someone caneels. Football fans who come to home games must pay for at least two nights, and pay an additional $10 for room rates. "Some people walk over to the football game and watch until halftime, then walk back to the hotel and sit in their cool room until half-tme's over, then head on back," Eldred said. But most guests aren't football fans -they're visiting faculty and UF students, she said. Some students use the hotel as a place to get away from the noise of their dorms, especially during exams," she said. I had one student who was going through her doctorate orals who used the hotel as a place to relax and study. She enjoyed her stay and passed her orals too." Eldred said the Career Resource Center also uses the hotel as a place to interview UF students "It's neither the most expensive nor cheapest place to stay, but it's reasonable and convenient," she said. 0 'go., IF ONLY WITH FREE Lower Back Strength Evaluation and Training plus FREE Nautilus Training 392-9575 Center for Exercise Science fAWbotcan~xsr ME -kfute ccidkrilk afltfr eaeras a tec s h t j utws -4 I 1~ Spend a year on the phone. Quality & Freshness Are Guaranteed a e rIt ROSES '12;Az Fast Delivery! CASH-N-CARRY 2212 SW 34th St. 336-1234 LaLc'~a 1005 W. University 373-1234 4310 NW 23rd Ave. 375-1234 .onus. ,W The right chtsoe. Enter the A&TStudenm Sawr PUS Swepstakes and win a year of FREE ATLong Distance calls. 10 Grand prizes one year of FREE AT&TLongDistance 100 1st prizes: $100 worth ofAT&TLongDistance 200 2nd prizes: $50 worth ofAT&TLongDisannc Instant prizes everyone wins: T-shirts, memo boards, highNghters, naoepads. .-w PedCrmu

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28,NEWS, NSE.,AUGUST20 i19 BIKES from page 10 0 Bicyclists may not wear headphones or earphones while nduig a bike Violators can be Fined S32, The All-Terrain bike appears to be the most popularmodel with IF students. Thesebikes have upright handlebars and about 11/2 inch to 2 1/4 tires. The hikes cost about $250 to $300 and are "made for riding on any type surface," said Jeff Grainger, managerofle Bike Route on Southwest 34th Street Local professional riders are t he most consistent customers at Prim Bicycle Works on West Uimversity Avenue, assistant manager kmSanders said But studentsalso 1Fw k~ Workou WINh tis ad IYear 5"9 Fall Te mUs 203 NW 6 STREET S~ yea, S" 376-8400 3 W ,s o Z tanning sis Z 'l'. a M 040 d PAN --A ,h1lSad t Yea, $99 Fall T1 irm3ii School Yea, 99 lii,911995 F MO SAN U'W4 376-8400 AN 'm% S IN JfENM fl OMNI BOOKS VesIgate Publiix Shopping (enter wr irtr 4 est t'niotray Aenac & LIN1, Strti NEW & USED HOOKS -i rge St tltnil 1JniC lait Icaulful .'ui C.ard' & stai'&,arN' r* sehing M'',,t Nt. Agt & (ir1iLai ((L,%CuLL & C -'i. -IR i l. Fit I A i.iD, NiOL (904) 375-3755 (4 Man. Sat. 9Ofanm-9:Onpn Sun.: 12:00 Nnon-5'OOpm make up a large chunk of his store's business. especially at the beginning of semesters 'The siualnuo that prevails here is that there's no parking," Sanders said "'There are just too many students for the parking that exists, so cycling is really the best way to get around Many students agree that bicycling to class is cheaper, quicker and more convenient than other forms of transportation. Beth Scanlon, a junior fromiacksonville, said she has been riding her bike to class for three years "I didn't have a car when I first got up here so I rode my bike everywhere" Scanlon said. Frederick Ennis, a journalism RECYCLED BICYCLES "We lam" LARGE SELECTION OF USED BIKES ALL MAKES & MODELS FUL IfNE OF ACCFJIaMSM post baccalaureate student from St Petersburg, said he's been riding to class sine 1981 when he went to the University of Alabama. "Bicycling is freedom," Ennis said "I don't get stuck in traffic. ''If (a trip) lsunder 100miles, Ill take my bike," Ennis said. David Park, a freshman from Orlando, said he didn't ride his bike for about a month while it needed repairs. When Park walked to class, he said it took him at least twice as long to get there. "With a bike you can get anywhere on campus really fast," Park said "It's really convenient." 71 172-1"9 805 W. UiV. A. Just A Few Blocke East Of cnips -& We Also Service All Makes and Models DRESS FOR SUCCESS Channel Clatlifr e andes on iw miss. Rar -Su 10-4 Crewide 0alt a 3501 O 2and Ae 377-MS2 m.aivma w W-o-WW awdo r-o a 0 RWmun 3736 Newberry Rd., Gaiesile CAMPUS "Your Serie Car" FOOD SHOPPE 1255 AMOCO Linamepmur 1 goolndefta PROMPT TOWING SERVICE 377-1390 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. Fast, Dependable z 0 owt .n ...--------rTlne Up Speli Tire Rotalion and' Na Special r---Ch-n Froni i Species Braken af Specal r -...JS ..a.-aa Uie Your Amico Curd Fo. Any Putchas. Food and SeveiC Air Conditioner' Recharge 1 9ts, --FI Feind 4"I L ---Captain tw &Pi: 19" CaOrTVs W5Coloi~ = -C ew Ranges L-l Room Sets Bedoom Sts CD Players o -Ma chns DW*,gtomksa Cordess Phones Audio Video Systen/ColorWs 20" Remote Stereo Color Vs Chest Freezers Microwave Ovens Rader Detectors Vacuum Cleaners VCRs Nkntendo V Games 3InI Game laTle 1a1s1) u Can .U THESTORE. IFEw SMEe msawmsama Nuftspuftffolw I -' -~ --' ~ .....4-~ ~*.~4~I* *~--'S --~-* -a ~" I-. *4~~ I8 er 24 $ New yew -e e Moi$$$t IN J 12 Mwdwesi E07P 7T ii

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I AUIGLT20 9). NSF, NEWS,2N I us a the J. WAYNE RFITZ UNION TRAVEL AGENCY, CHECK CASHING, RTS BUS PASSES CONFERENCE & MEETING ROOMS, GUEST ROOMS STUDENT ACTIVITIES CENTER, DUPLICATING CENTER NOTARY, TYPEWRITERS LOST & FOUND THE PICTURE PLACE BARBER & STYLE SHOP 7b9RdftUmi=etorpConcdoes Notayis cc.Namd Ca beo hU 4f NRC )w Ew moviawad a*Som MM ? NSailysifma suibh 'he* -. arnealoin aliIIII&wathm Om .T i THE ART & CRAFTS CENTER BOWLING, BILLARDS TABLE TENNIS SPACE-N-GATOR VIDEO GAMES PHOTOGRAPHIC DARKROOM I CAN'T BELIEVE IT'S YOGURT THE SNACK BAR CAFETERIA THE NEW ORANGE & BREW PETALS & PEPPERMINT THE ARREDONDO ROOM FOR MORE INFORMATION: CALL INE PROGRAM OFFICE AT 392-156 OR 1111E UNMO INFORMATION AT -164 1 -1At -it I me oin I I 0 0 00 C *1 I THE REITZ UNION BARBER SHOP WELCOME NEW GATORS! STYLES FOR MEN &WOMEN Walk-ins Welcome Appointments for Busy Students 392-1610 rn-t. 8am-5pn sat: 9cm -2pm located on ground floor Reitz Union We have Roffler & Redken Products out )set ~2 2 i d 'ngy 4~e iS e

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11 30, NEWS NSE. AUGUST20 9'y) I I v-i F all S ch d Football, Voliybal Soccer Mid Mork* SportsClbs Air W SpetI.I Evi I l ~~~~ 't~-~ ams g MWe=n ULI fvle ds ftz Calla 202"030Ln Imw matAuh The Recmrnonl Spoin Prog.r. i spournt by the Colhg. of HeaIth -Hsa. Psrfloina. anM StIIunt O.ment, BUY -SELL -TRADE New and Used -Compact Discs -LP's -Cassettes Accessories & Music Videos EVERYDAY LOW PRICES 1620 W. University Ave. 376-1687 The Personal Tmuch. Your health care deserves professional and individualized attention. We offer complete medical services including: N General Medicine for Women Gynecological Care Contraception E PMS Management Counseling Nutrition, Eating Disorders Weight Problems Call 372-5600 WmenI medicall Lb & agnosticc Center LW Brng Good Heakth to Lio police [lark west E 222 SW 36th -trrace, Suite c Gainesville, Florida 32607 r.Wr ,, r) '4 I k I IN, 376-8400 410MDIufltfltTl Whde you're getting used to your new Gainesville surroundings, get to know your friends at SunBank, and oil the advantages of a SunBank checking account, too. Advantages like five conveniently located ATM s-including one onMain Street Office 411 N Main Street West University Office 3545 W. University Ave I Fr EWkou I YRr 1J" FAoI I( M $55 3 I1 01 $1I*~59 Is ~T~pM~fi MAR Millho per Office 3814 =43rd St I INW IN1h RSIREF 376-8400 I ~ IJ P M f fl throughout the area And, if you open a new SunBank ch cu cc ro conpus at the Reitz Union-and access se too large number of HONOR; by CIRRUS and Publix Presto' ATM's ne YOU CAN DO BANKING WITI ecking account now, you'll receive o stom-designed Gators checkbook ver absolutely free! So check Into checking-and the full nge of friendly, convenient banking rvices-at SunBonk. For details, stop any of our four offices here in your w hometown, or call 374-5500. YOUR E BEST!1 2ae4 tfEM. pe -o RIER? -t4 -N O I m b-Auaea RIN 4 aasR -AMIba C/assioeds J@@E@nt @IiE 1 *IJ:ft. Tom SunBank of Gainesville Locations

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AUGIUSFT20 99(, NSE, NFM, It Ilgator 373-FIND Classif eds Classifications For RentFurnished For Rent -Unfurnished Mobile HomeS For RentSaIl Sublease House/Apt, Roommates For Sale Real Estate Motorcycles Auto$ Wanted Service$ Typing ServiCs Help Wanted Business Personals Per onat Connections Notte. Rldes Pets Lost & Found a When will your ad run? lassifieds will begin TWO )AYS oter they are placed lds mailed in or placed at The Jiforn or Shands may take rHREE days to appear Ads ray run or any length of Time Id be cancelled at any trme 5orry, but there can be no re unds or cancelled ads Nar 4 How to place a classified ad: In Person. Cash claeck MCor VISA The AI gain, 1rotic 1105 W University Ave M F Sam 4pri Main Bookstore Rub Cuslomer Service Desk M Foeam 430pm Reitz Union, Cashier s Office M -F am opn sat 3 sun Closed MedrcaiBooksto'e Shands M F 8 am 4300m By Mail: Use forms appearing weekly m the Aliigator Sory no cash by mail MC VISA or chocks ory By Phone 373-FIND: Payment by VISA or Mastercard ONLY Five dollar mrmum M F830 4pm O How to correct or cancel your ad: Cancellations. Cali 373 FIND Mon Fr, 4 Lre No refunds can be given Alligator errors Check your ad 'he FIRST cay I runs Call 373 FIND with an coreco ans me role noon THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THF FIRST DAY THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cr reed ads wi 00 exte red Oni day No rounds 0 crevIs can teg Fenr FIter placing rhe ad Changes Cal d re after the firsi day 0l Inor becompensated Customer error or changes: Corrections must be made n person ai Ife Al igator otice BEFORE NOON There will be a $2 00 correctren tee A Pr c 1% Sg (ttW Cini/Thyout begins blus, 2. a ps 0 onnell Center ~Marti Arts Room ApplicaUons available NOW Ilveralty Athleti Asnioc. Main Fntntuicc Gate 1 -Stadium FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED Sldrl ki living re rlnvadge moslil pd summer i35/mo .lall 16Smimne 4 bdr apt 1740 NW 3rd P! To apply/into 372 2284/ 371-4243 6 20 28-1 Private ntrarce nice r. kitchen livi ng rmd priviledges, most ulil paid, Sdvmehl $145, fall $165/mo. 372-2204 8-20-23 1 **SRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK** Luxury condo 4 blks from campus, secu try Maid service European kitchen w/micro. dshwaeh. disposal full size wash/dry $200 to $390 monthly 375 4541 820 14 1 OXFORD MANOR One roommate needed for fall Own bed room bathroom in a 3b,/3blh ap1 fully furnished/washer dryer/very clean apt Call 336 8891 (Leave message) or colleen 305)531-7424 8 20 8 I Room Furnished 3 blocks Up $165-225 single, 6240 double Share kilh A bala. Pret grad male students 304 NW 15S1 Open C:i730 375-6652 or 178-5122. 6 20 0+ FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Walk to Santa FE CC 1 BOR $270 $260 2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440. Sec Plus LAMR Pool, laundry, no cts or dogs Santa Fe Trace Apis 370-1190 8 20 25' 2 Oak Glade Apts Near UF A VA, quiet waser/dryer available i most units for $20 mo Cats Allowed 10-28, 1 S 2 Bah $250-5350 sec & Imr 372-6422 8 20 25 2 SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM APT ONLY $273AMO LYONS APT 4000 SW 20TH AV 377-8797 8-20 25 2 INCREDIBLE Efficiency Apt, Siarding at $185 Starting as $23/2 Bedroom MEADOWCREST 378-3988 37-3861 6 20 25 2 Three Oaks 3 bd. 2 bth, just 3 bks N a UF very, very nice 414 NW 14 St Cal logo Park Properties 311 7777 9-20 4-2 Spacious I and 2 Bedroom, Pool Tennis, Sauna, Gym and more STONERIDGE APT 3800 SW 34th St 375 1121 Otter vallidto qualified application only 8 20 19 2 Altraclive S clean apartments, 0i8ee to JR. avail Aug 15 A yr lease + dep No dogs. 495-9024 8-20 16-2 FOR RENT: UNFURN. 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Brenda 371 7738 A 20 13 5 **BRAND NEW OAKBROOK WALK** Walk to UF, need 1 or 2 I for 2*R/2*A condo Luxurious. completely turn maid service dilawash, wash/dry, micro Oreat vew Cell Oas. d75 4541 8-20-14 5 HUNDREDS of roommates at your fingertips We can help you find that ideal roommate FAST Garor Renial Finders UF Plaza 9 336 9349 6-20-1 5 Need mature N/S Female For 2br/lia Apt in NW area across Campus $147 50/mo A 1/2 uni Call Nathano at 373-7725 August Rent FREE a 20 t 5 **LUXURIOUS OAKBROOK WALK** Brand new, completely turn Welk to Up. Ior2 Frmtmis o, 2 9,t2Ba condo for summer Jell European kiu wtmlro. wash/dry: mldsarvie, secu rity, much more Call odels. 375-4541 8 20-14 5 Two n/s F roommates needed lor F At Re gency Oaks sovd rm2bah CiMarl I 336 6858 8 20 135 HUNDREDS ol roommate Sat your Iioer ps We can help you find tha Ideal roommate FAST Defr, Rental Finders UF Plaza 336 9349 8 20 11 5 h MARCHWOOD-NSF for iu nshed 3BR,28A townhouse washdry pool bed, coiling Ian $200 + 1,3 L1 336 1020 8 20 8 5 Roormmate bdrm Wprivae bath Town lu Js B ust o UF k'chen access $215inc uI Contact Cecil 332 0786o 392 5212 8 20 7 5 *Traehouse Wrlages *Roommaes Avalable* Reserve your room lor Fall bus service *o UF and SF0 Lurn or unfurn $17D $250 per oomniatolmorlh MZ Property Mgmt Inc Realtor 375 0207 8 20 6 5 F r, s to share 4 bd 2 tra lOse in Spr nCrae $155 .1 4 uli Sl00 socurly dersit Call Michelle a 371 1094 or 373 7368 leave message 8 TO 6MF roommate needed for 2 odrm I 1i2 balh Own room 10 ILf 200 deposit ASAPI CALL 335 7468 8 20 6 5 Own bde/ba in house Selemo 12 ulI kitchen use, washdry, for mature scu den 3733145 B 2065 WINDMEADOWS f n/s for own rm & ba in 21r1Zba Lurn apt I mi to UF, no per, $200/mo + 13 wd avail SeIs (SI()467 2690 8-20 6-5 6 FOR SALE TYPESETTERVarityper 5410 2 Disk drives, 2 filre cassettes. 2 film can storm Factory recondldigand. unused in pasi 2 yres. Perfect for small typesetting jobs Good machine for small type shop Sys teor includes 3 rolls 6 in RaC fim & 5 fonS disks 03,500 080. Call The Aligator &I 313-9928 for more into T960.s Gibson Firebird $300. 1940 No ional lap steel $125 Ibanrz Mid Guiler $750. Fender super Twin reverb $375, Huge TOA PA cabinets $650. Fendr Bullet $225. hueao more in good shape 3736076 8-20-7.0 CAR ALARMS Installed remote control any car truck or van fulty gunereneed will deno. Call 336-9193 student lv mfe .Sae $-20-21-* Classfleds'.' Continued on next page. BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. a a I B t. w'" wa "A GREAT LITTLE GIFT SHOP" 4! Balloons Lars of Stuffed Animals Bouquets (Alligators to Zebras) mugs Cards by the 1000s Unique Gifts Custom-Made Gift Baskets Wine -Imported Beers Buder Plaza -Archer Rd. -Next to Ashley's 378-0298 ii geout to 2 .re ,NBStud an 13 king is g2rQ ed 14 El

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32, NEWS, NSE. AUGUST 20 1990 FOR SALE Tech nics hoes sTereo amp ore amp Oul ier I unr & speakers guarantee to disturb the neighbors best offer 374 4724 Tam 8 20 1 6 WordStar 5, bookcases T cofueeend t 378 7204 8 ueen amps, bles 20 1 panel bed, night iabei kitchen [abloichairs desk/chair a,'beds 1985 JAWA MOPED $300 obo ax cond before spn call 377 4258, alter 7pm 475-3056 8 20 1 5 USSA VES$'DECORATING? Posters. prints & limited editions Well below retail prices We have everything Call 336 0490 8-20 1 8 Alpine, Kenwood, Sony end 30 more brands are all at our New Locatlont Car Store* SpecialilN 3215 NW 12 91 372. 2070 8-20-25 6 7 REAL ESTATE Why rent? You can own this 1BRI1BA upstairs uol at PARKSIDE Owner Inancing, walk to class Avet ableaimmedi ately, $I23,500 JEFFREY SIEGEL Realtor 373-6063 9 20 13.7 Priced 10 sell. newly remodeled, assurm able 9 5% fi ued/rno Qualify ing, 312 town rouse $55 000, (13) 576 9332 alter 5 M F (813)535 500 X 14 work 0-20-7-7 A newly renovated colonial by owner, in maculate cond fireplace oak floors charming country kitchen, i i to UF 161Y ,ow law., 3 Mdr/ ba 813 IW 12 Ave $49 500 375 7464 0 20 7 7 8 MOTORCYCLES Orange and Blue Insurance now covers rnocycles i Lov rates, low payments sale rider discounts Fast drive thru ser vice 371 2277 8 20 8 9 9 AUTOS ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCE low Fales low paymenIs Fast drive ihru service, Se nable Espanol 377 2277 377 CARS We care 840 8 9 10 WANTED Local Artist needs GOLD, Gems, Class Rings E TC Top $ or trade Ozzie's Fine Jewelry 373 9243 8 20 25 10 Wanted Cars Trucks For Salvage runnringnoI running wrecked eTc 371 1576 We Buy and Move 9 20 1S 10 11 SERVICES NW Mini storage at I 7 a NW 39th Ave near Oaks Mall area. 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2 FEATUFS NSV, AUGUST 20 I9M Gay students speak out at UF By PATRICIA LEE Aligator Wrter Increased public acceptance, Singes 'n aipus polcv and nas':ia, emens Iuch as Gav 'ride se helped I Ps gay les' a'ad visual iudents break r :'r1 beig :he 'silent mimor "on a s '.ign ii-'me "iudrnms are c net6 ou aboun iheir sex'e:crencet, I Fs gas conimu gaining deseved pubic L''>ct -,e 'Iudents and tacutv "It's much easier to be gay on campus now." said Jesse Smith, a L computer science senior and coordinator of the Gay Switchboard, a phone service that pm' sides information about community groups and events "More people are staring to come out. he said, meaning more indisiduals are adnIIing their homosexual, or bise aliiv "L no always easy. but there's a great sense ot relief ehen it fti nally happens.' Smiih said Despie the tearoflosing fiends and fans adm'tIing the truth has DO YOU HAVE A SEASONALT ALLERGY (HAY FEVER)? Volunteers 12 75 years with allergy to grass or weed pollens (srneering, runny nose, atchy eyes/ithrcut) for a one week bys ,,syj research study Study medication will be provided A physica exam and biod analysis wi be performed. EARN 550." for tame, effort, and study completion Phone: 373-9510I eave name, phone contact, and best time to call back.) Ray's Rugs We're Rolling Out the Carper in honor of new and returning students! Gainesville s largest seleclion of room size remnants 0 T -Remnants traim $20 0 a -Throw Rugs $1 00 Will Cut 10 your sizAJe xnseected remnants) 635 SIN 4th Ane.w 377-5265 DV "sl1f-SMo cio.~d ednesy ifs advantages, said Mike Getty. a UF German junior and Gay and Lesbian Student Union member 1I can't remember what I lived like before -it's almost like a blur," Getty said "Your I fe changes when you're being fully yourself The transition is smoother now because gays are being treated fairly by institutions such as IF, Smith said. Through the Committee on Sexism and Homophobia, IF is revising its anti-discromination plicti's to include gay and lesbian stdents Iree teeis.I t-aifstant dean sof mdti 11n, a i tn m;Ii te e chairwoman said members of the gay cflmuniy iiiy difer from heterostxu I students in their sexift preference We're all dhtftr'i' Stevens said 'tinmost'xutls Art just differ' e t s of hei x I refertict 'e probe i y like fther groups. face s ignorance from socme and prejudice from others the commiitc revised the smudent code of iidiict to prohibit
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AUGUSr 20l990,NSEEATURES 3 E 0 0 In America's premier ca Sy STEPHANIE SWISHER Alligator Writer Don't have a cow if you can't ind a seat Sunday nights at Gainesville bars and restaurants with satellite dishes -you're not alone. Hundreds of UF students and local residents packed area sports bars weekly this summer to watch "The Simpsons", &half-hour cartoon broadcast Sunday nights at 8:30 by the Fox Television Network. Gainesville's Cox Cable didn't carry any TV stations that are Fox affiliates, making anywhere with a satellite dish fair game for fans of the little yellow cartoon family and its oldest child, juvenile delinquent Bart Simpson. Local business owners don't seem to mind the added business. At Joe's Dell on Southwest 13th Street, the trend began in late March when a customer came in and asked to watch the show. "Each Sunday, the crowds got larger and larger,' said John Zokovitch, a shift manager rtoon family keeps Gain at Joe's. Food sales go through the roof Crowds on Sunday nights are often stand. ig room only. Zokovitch estimates that about 60 to 70 people fill the deli, which is about the same number of customers who watch football on Saturdays during the fall. We've turned people away before, but if people don't mind standing, then they can stay and watch,'" Zokovitch said. "People love the Simpsons. They ar hip, they are now and they are what is going on." Other bars have experienced similar responses from their customers. "People were trying to sit in high chairs and there was no control of the crowd," said PJ O'Riley's cosowner Jack Myers. InJuly, PJ's hired an off-dutyAlachua Coun. ty sheriffsofficer to keepthe doors shut when the bar is full. Sgt. Fred Latsko, the first officer to do Simpson-duty, missed the show that night, but still enjoyed himself. 'It was easier than patroling a fraternity party or traffic detail," Ltsko said. 'This was adecent assignment. Therewas no rowdiness vile on its barstools and everyone was well-behaved." The only thing that might trouble customers at the crowded bars and restaurants is how long it could take to be served. "If we get the food out before the end of the show, then we're doinggood," Myers said PJ's tapes 'The Simpsons" and shows it at least eight times a week, usually on slow afternoons, Myers said But local bar managers don't expect the crowds to dwindle this fall, when Fox plans to broadcast "'The Simpsons" on Thursday nights beginning October11 "In the fall, it is a perfect move for us," Myers said. "Nowwe can show football games on Sunday nights and 'The Simpsons' on Tbursdays.Wecouldn'thaveasked foramore perfect move." Customers also say they'll continue watching the show at their favorite hangouts. "I'd definitely go out to watch 'The Simpsons' on Thursday nights for the social atmosphere," UF political science student Trip Stewart said "It's just a college kind of thing to do."+ 7 J maammhn 14C es

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Students who put themselves through school EARN TO LEARN oi /'A -IF Erich knows work. In his two semesters at Santa Fe Community College, Ench Ritenburgh has had five jobs At one time he juggled four of them for a month and a half while he wasn't taking classes. This summer, Ritenburgh, a sophomore from loa Raton, did odd jobs at Viacaya Apartments and at people's homes, and also baggd groceries at Publix supermarket on University Avenue and SW 34th Street Ritenburgh worked instead of going to school this sumrnmer, and saved his money for school this fall. He worked about 50 hours a week in the summer, averaging two jobs a day. The biggest drawback to working so much, Ritenburgh said, is that his school work suffers. OBut I don't have a choice," Ritenburgh said. Ritenburgh doesn't have a choice be, cause he supports himself completely. Glenn A. Butler. dean of admissions of By REGIE GRANT Aligator Writer lions. No one knows that betterthan Rob Shaw Shaw, a senior photojournalism student from Hollywood, ran out of money halfway through Spring semester after two major car repairs. Shaw stayed in school, but his grades suffered. Shaw has held four jobs in as many years in Gainesville and is now working as an electronics salesman at Burdines He says working doesn't give students enough time to study, but it builds character. "I think the grades will suffer a little bit," Shaw said. "I'm sure it's stressful, but overall I think it will be good for you. I mean disciplining yourself -that's what it's all about." Shaw said he decided to pay for his schooling instead of his parents last spring when he realized he wouldn't graduate in four years. He said he felt he would miss fewer classes and study more if he paid for his education himself. 'if you're paying for everything yourself, then you know you cao't screw around Shaw said. Cassandra Bowdoin, a junior education student from Trenton, has been a hostess at Bennigan's for more than a year. She worked to put herself through Santa Fe Community College, and expects to receive an academic scholarship when she starts at UF this fall. the College of journalism and Communicadons, said that students who take classes and work don't have much leisure time, but often get bettergrades than those who don't work. "They don't waste a lot of time," Butler said about working students. "People tend to value things more when they've worked for it themselves." Butler said he's advised students whose grades have suffered because of outside work to save money while working, go to school the next semester and, if necessary, leave at the end of the semester to work again. According to UFs financial aid office, attending UF during fall and spring semesters full time (at least 12 hours a semester) costs students living on campus about$6,530, and off-campus studentsabout $7,590-. A sMvey of new students showed the average income of UF freshmen's parents for 1989-90 was between $54,000 and $56,000. But the income of students' parents doesn't necessarily reflect how much of that money is spent on their children's educaFaN 199Uf Wf S PROTECT YOURSELF! Learn all you can about AIDS now. Call the AIDS network at (904) 372-4370 F FI Yes sGM M2Q3NW StSTVEE Sc-v-r 376-400 3wis"ng mn.W.a Eit" a. Because this newnpoper use recycled newsp1nt wtesrier IT Con Recycled news~pnt sjL one of many seful products mode from old newspaper. Recycling keeps he newspape youre reading from thelandfll And ithe0sus oil to sove fr'Onsy So. afe you readr wellcdou C, Part Wil bed wse a again. im Rogitle Caue Trips SAM FE CUME 0 TPT9W jOpen 7days a wek Compv.te oufters -Overtigh Tros IYur ge or ourt -H.lway 441 at Santa Fs River Bhings Hg Spring -Can 454-2050 $2 off with this coupon-r Murphy's Pub S -Ball Tournament every Saturday and Sunday $3 entry fee -double elimination Sat -sign up 730-815 Starts 8:30 sharply Sun -sign ip 130-7:16 Starts 7:30 sharply Brng this ad In and I i rscwlis S1 off entry fee I L 372-4751 Lip 12/31/90I 3112 NW 34th St. Across from YMCA I. r---------| 3.9_4&% __ $3. I I I I I I L o 00 M -F campus 3 136 NW 13th St 373-8161 M. 11:30 -3:30 Ok Mall Paz (NeItto Toys-R-L 331-1011 --------------c 91 s) Arby's Presents Roast Beef Days 4,, Arby's Roast Beef This week only.buy Aby's famous Original Roast Beef sandwich for Just 994. Gainesville's favorite roast beef sandwich has tender, juicy. lean roast beef piled high on a toasted sesame seed roll. It's the sandwich that's made Arby's famous for more than 20 years. [~S Nedo.t data FIN amil is" No Just South add ons or substitutions paass. Not valid with other offers Of the Underpass on kW. 4hs treet 4,EAI1IUE NSEAUGUSTM I9M we JoS, page 11 V -I V L* Pizza Bar & Med. Coke F UNIVERSIfY of FLORIDA COUNSEUNG CENTER am-12pin & lis,-430pu 1h a ,si.p an p. e.odkg aylib. to does aNissan wo PEaMM ad -essins, Can am assanate a we" alm m .' 392-1375 311 Whmn W. LAeikE I EMOMEMON q

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AUGUST X 1990. NSE. FEAflUJRE 5 the COURAGE to CHANGE By Lucy Chabot A "i C 7he room is smoke-filled, even in the non-sinoking section. Table top@ are littered with ashtrays, cigarette packs and coffee mugs. Most of the people sitting in small plastic chairs are men but they are rich and poor, black and white, young and old. The different faces meet with a common goal -to stay away from the vice that al most ruined their lives, Their vice Is alcohol, but their stories ar very differentPat is 24, a UF finance graduate, cleancut and popular. He was active in his fraternity, always the first to call for a party and lig last to leave happy hour. He was also the brother who never remembered what happened to him ad the student barly getting by. Mike Is 33 and back at UF for another degrea. He has a bachelors degree and wad the vice president of a bank In South Florida. He used to leave work each eveWing and drnknfUntil he fell sleep. Chaeris in his 3o and a laborer. He is taking computer classes to Improve himsel; He algo ban a short taeper that keeps him fighting his addiction evry day. ThengI as of tdie men have taken a drink In nmse gan a year -Its beiws Sf Mike -can dmu d *Ia tragedies of their addiction. One man's tale is about the anger he feels in his inability to handle simple tasks and his weakness for drink. Another tale is from a newcomer, asking how to refuse the overpowering in. fluence of alcohol advertisements. No matter the tale, everyone listens intently, needing to hear a tragedy similar to their own and wanting to share their own story. listeners nod as if to say they understand. Giving and helping are the key to the AA program. "I used to think that AA was just a bunch of people who cried about how they can't drink anymore," Pat said. "All I thought about was the finality of not drinking anymore." But he said that once he attended meetings and talked about his addiction, he stopped drinking, started feeling better and had a better attitude about his life. He said not drinking is what got him through his pents' divorce. The first time I thought I had a problem waswhenlsawanAA brochure," Pat said. "I was very dysfunc tional. I was getting by on a 2.5 (grade. -.w we were point average) someest oholhow. It was a in ''gh~ become agodsend for my grades to go down M t a and all those other 10balv h things to happen tecause that got me to coWt i as to sani a meeting. It takes 3 Made a decision to turn that tragedy or emoour will and our lives over to tional low to get the care of God as we undersomeone to a meetstood Him Ing.* Pat attended the 4 Made a searching and meetings in town but fbarless moral inventory of wanted to meet and ourselves. identify with other 5 Admitted to God, to ourstudents who were salves and to another human having similar betein ex nature of our problems, so he started having week wrongs. ly AA meetings S Were entirely ready to Meetingsthisfallwill have God remove these be held off-campus defects of character. because the group is 7 Humbly asked Him to not a registered stu. remove our shortcomings. dent organization. On any given day in S Made a list of all persons Gainesville, there are ae had harmed, and becme 10 to 15 meetings for willing to make amends to alcohol and drug such people wherever poabusen. title, except when to do so When everyone at would injure them or others. a meeting has said what they came to 10 Continued to take permy, or when the hour seed lndary and when we expires, the meeting were wrong promptly adends. Everyone ld it stands, holds hands *roug laver and some say the Lord'. Prayer. They hold hands tightly and sa "Keep coning back It works if you work it" to encorage each other to keep tking about their problems and amending meetigs. "'in weird thing for an alcoholic Is not Mraking, but to sails drinking, Mike said. lb.~ focus Is got on what you are giving uip but on what you -n geting out of the program. You do everything you did before only now you remember it "AM taom for people who -addicted," he said. "You have to hit boom The program is not for people who need it but for those who want it. If the meetings were for those who needed it, we'd have it In the O'Connell Center." + po "You have to fight day to day because you are never cured, Mike said. "You are never cured because your body doesn't change and the disease is progressive. You can stop drinking, but if you start again, you start at the level at which you stopped and the disease continues to progress. at, Mike and Chester are just three of the dozens of people who attend local meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous. Though they are diflesnt and agree they would never normally meet, their disease baa brought them together. The group meetings and the people asort of a network of friends, Mike said, that support you ad keep you clean. "I would never listen to a counselor, parent or mlnistW" Mike said. "But I will identity with another alcoholiC." The meetings start vith a moment of silence and a call fromp the group leader to reach out for a higher power, what AA members call "God a you understand him -to bei" Then. together, members recite the sereb p'awr "God. giant me the serelly to accept lbs things I cannot change. courage to change lan things I an, ad wisdom to know the dm es" vab es often cry an they recount the

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8,FFATIURE NSE.AUGUST29 199 .you out hear our roommate? AT&TACUSM Service at University of Floridal Here's a roommate that'll save you money, keep you in touch with family and friends and favorite orange won't borrow that sweatshirt of yours. University of Florida and AT&T teamed up to offer campus residents quality and convenience at a cost savings! Free Sign-up No Deposits or Fees Personal Security Codes (PSC) Low Rates Individual Bills Credit Limits International You'll receive an ACUS Service account and Personal Security Code (PSC) at dialing ($100 pre-payment is required) residence hall check-in this Fall. Once you return your sign-up card at checkin your PSC is ready to use! Please call 1 800 445-6063 for more information. You 'U start the semester with savings that make the grade! The right choice. 0 It, a I 16

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10 FEATURf, NSE. AUGUST20 1990 GAYS from page 2 hcations and policies for discrimination Smith said acceptance from some schools, churches and the general public results from gay pride Injune, the Gay and Lesbian Student Union and other groups sponsored the North Central Florida Gay Pride Week, which showI FlE Workout Wilh this adi I Year $99 TrialW $3 We"nS3 School Year S4 3 weeks of tanning 519.95 The Bamboo Qarden Oriental Restourant Under New Managemnert 10% Off House Special Eat In -Take Out SIA W Univ ichOsS sen Taco eI 372-1353 pi 11-10 pm si* 4.10 11 Sun 124 pin cased gay speakers and artists However, coming out isn't always easy and the gay community still needs to make itself more visible. Smith said. It's especially difficult for some students who are still financially dependlenton their parents. "Smith said, "They fear theyll be cut off by their parents if they tell them the truth," he said But further social progress won't happen unless more gays, lesbians and bisexuals are willing to take risks, openly gay students say. "I just started opening up in March, so I know its not easy, but gays have to take the chance," Getty said. "One of the biggest things the gay community has to achieve is to make itself more visible. A lot of people don't want to be photographed or be quoted. Some arm even afraid to go to the (gay) groups." One of the projects GLSU is working on is National Coming Out Day, October 11 The event will feature speakers and an art show. Speaking out and being open is generally a positive experience, othergay students say -once they come out, they often find support from heterosexual friends. "Harrasment is not a big problem here," Smith said. Some heterosexual members of the Gay and Lesbian Student Union have an informal group called HUGS -Heterosexuals Understanding Gays. dIt's just like other student groups Smith said. "People are basically the same -they just have different choices and they understand tha." For mnom information aboutrgay, lesbian and bisenal student actiities, call the Gay Switchboard at 332-0700. 0 Save four ways at the sgn Bar-B-Q at its Best. Wheneer you see a Sorry's Real Pit Bar-B-Q sign, you re sure to fild the best barbecue around, Choose from lean beef and pork sliced thin and piled high, plump chicken seed in quarters and haves, or tender pork ribs by the plateful, al served with our famous cole slaw and garic bread And don't forget Sonny s del cious award-winning barbecue bears or our all you can eat" salad barwith over 40 fresh fruit and saad items' So the not time you want a delicious family meal or a quick "take out lunch, just look for the Sonny s Real Pit Bar-B-Q sign GaIsuIM, fl-3610 5.W.13th Snt-700 N. Waldo ad -3635 S.W. Archir Rood Aah., -* U.S. 441 ad 1-75 Open 11 am to 9 30 p m (Sun-Thur' 11 am to 10 p m (Fri-Sat) I I BUY I GET I HALF PRICE suronebaeccd eiMeasres.rpricerndWta second bartlecuedinner paats half pce One cocoon per poe rsaonpe odert "hadi in conbmssenwitlan u C pon or discount car dining room onry Present c)ucp to'rt ~.ken '&nngThis copon vaid cnle a co w *Mticiansl rocations fIC17 REAL PIT BAR-B1-0 Iibl AS -eede Ganevile FL ;M635 SW cher kd -3610SW 13thStreet Alachoj, l -2700N Walooad -US 441 aI-75 BUY I GET I HALF PUCE w"w a ht"12d'iSeM S wAlns pn -eap G ptacnRranotehngc.b.r 0* witco.r t G IN IM-30 'AlaNcar at K wth A -a a.i.a BUYI TAKE-OUT GETI HALF PRICE oi beCieM rerpaeatregst 0rp cdadO SeCOnd beCu innerplathf rice Onecouronper pCrshnperorder no vald nmbmitionwi hanyohercoupon odiscountfetake out oniy reent coupon tocasier n rdenn This coupon "aId only at BA--REALPT8AR-Bw o c4.o o eied *a h S .e m,14gGainesvilleFL -3635 S W Acher Fad .3610SW 13thStt AachuaFt 7NWsdotuud -US441TI-75 BU 1 GET I HALF PRICE O K bece 33 Se t r l S aco np r ard cf S snmI an cn e t 11n5co upo ~~ a -ndgn hn. Gaunsa Ft, .6~M35 s t ad .36tflW13ShSest Aktt um so m In 3 weeks An .ay relaxing way No .am cash-all that's required is 4 pluma donations Air-condioned a up t. "/"wth Asst d lim S fAst. ad .t Ibia *r Stedy whomn. donet po~rr eW orednos will) Calt rgapolniment cx Alpha PLASMA CENTERS gawisa 37804 I I | | 1 | | I |

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JOBS from Page 4 BowdOin said she works hard at 'hool because she pays for it her,elf College students that usually work, I've found, try harder in school because they kow if they let themselves down, that no one else woill be able to support them but themselves," Bowdoin said. BethStrickland. aSFCC student Oneofa-knd Eifhnic Jewolry -~ -Bamboo Cumn Tapesinea (Wall-hanging) -incest. Base System; on V = EAyl .I 01111. sal 1 fr"Wmy.EAs .a|| from Miami, said her mother pays for her tuition, but she mast pay for her other expenses Strickland works as a sales associate at JCPenney in the Oaks Mall, and as a receptionist at SFCC I== INS no a e"I" Ma ana $1395 EgajaisIa Prime comsts ia,a Oweeguam daqeed Sm.Ace h bi d( aeleg e. t ax se pe tin -3H kit Ar FSk~ $817 $ t eaa-L 13't 1w twp qul3 13th Street Wall said he had problems working late and taking early classes. "it sucks when you've got a class and you're falling asleep," Wall Her grades and social life don't Rafael Unnut, a jnior musi c suffer because she doesn work student from Lake Wales, has suplate at night, Stnckland said ported himself since spring 1990 Mark Wall, an American studies student at UF during the summer, said he received financial aid, but also worked at Joe's Deli on SW -School Book Bags -Army Surplus Pans K ung Fu Shocs (mes & ladies) 100% Conin Clohisg fhrn India Giatmala, Indonesian Unmueta worked as a men's clothing salesman at Belk Undsey and as a cook at Dairy Queen for at least 70 hours a week during the summer. "It's hard not really being able to go out as much," Unzueta said "But it's really fulfilling using my own money for my own education." After supporting him for more than three years, Unzueta's parent s stopped sending him money They can only afford to put his two younger brothers through college Unzmeia doesn't expect to graduate for another year and a half. One of the Largest Selections in Gainesville Used CD's Discount Prices on * all New Cd's and Tapes Most CD's 13.98 or less Most Cassettes 8.98 or less ke& CALL w 37-SPIKI (377-7453) ion. -Sat. 10-9 4401 NW. 25thP. (off N.W. 43rd St. b~lsnd Hardes) AUGUST2M IM9,NSE. FEATURE 11 Jack Bisson, a semor psychology student from Fort Myers, works at Toys R Us He said he'll have about $1,000 Co help him pay for school this fall Bisson said he works 30 to 35 hours a week during fall and spring semesters while going to school full time He says he's invented a foolproof method for budgeting money: "It's easy to budget (money) You don't spend it he w 1 Year $fl9 Fail Tm GYM so .1. .0.s THE GAINESVILLE fIRTISONS' GUILD A co-op of local artists since 1970 reative/affordable 8060 wUnvYnoty Ave (904) 37S-13S3 waann n. .0s Iad I2a IImEE 8a~, an "I GYM arlS at 376-8400 Snap Crack Pop Brain Csspies. I I U ___________________________________________________ -aASIHIMiA' -'MW! DANCE & CONTEMPORARY FASNION Adult's & Children's Dance & Aerobic Wear fromn Danskin, Dance, France, Manka Bal-Togs -One Step AheadCapezio. Tap, Jazz & Ballet Shoes! 1029 W. University Ave. 376-4594 Stole Hours: M-F 10-6 Sat 11-6 Sun 12-5 386 POWER AT A 286 PRICE pAss, m a.d o /3rc -unn*0 80 0oe n nmat tpie 1990 Lady Gator voneyain Home Schedule AAg. 31 Augusta College 700 pa Sept. 2 Eastern Michigan 2.00 pa. Sept.7 Memphis State 700 pa Sept. S Western Illinois 7:30 pa. Sept2 8 Stetson 7:00 pa Sept 30 LSU 2:00 pa Oct 9 Florida State 7:00 pa. Oct 14 Alabama t:00 pa. Oct. 1 Baylor 7:00 pan. Oct 19 Mississippi 5:00 p.a. Oc 21 Mississippi State l:00 pi. Oct21 North Carolna n00 pat Oct 26 Gasgia 7: pa Nov.16 Mercer 71 pa M Ce i li Center f

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Um Bn 2, APPIAUSi'NSE, AUGUST 20 I9M W ~orking nights and sitting around a lot are two reasons Wade Brumbaugh, 23, liked being a Purple Porpoise bouncer Brumbaugh, a 6-foot-3, 212-pound public relations major, worked as a bouncer for4 yearsuntil hegraduated in May He felt his mai responsibility was to protect the other employees in the bar, and wouldn't hesitate to ask a customer to leave if an employee was threatened or insulted, "It's our job to cover the waiters, waitresses and bartenders," Brumbaugh said "If someone's being unruly, has their hand on a waitress or is fighting someone else, then you have to ask them to leave You always give them a couple chances, and if they don't want to go, then they get escorted out the door One night Brumbaugh escorted a customer out who sneaked a can of beer into the bar He told the customer that the bar could lose its liquor license if he let him drink When a waitress asked the man to give the beer to her, he refused When she asked him a second time, the customer swore at her Brumbaugh approached him and asked him to leave, then escorted him out The man kept trying to get in and eventually managed to get by a bouncer at another door Brumbaugh found him and threw him out "I tried to talk him into going, but he kept coming back,' Brumbaugh said Even when Brumbaugh wasn'ton duty, he said he still felt like a bouncer He was off.duty at the Porpoise one night when he saw two men push each other Brumbaugh stepped between the two to prevent a fight, and one of the men tapped him on the nose and asked, "Who the fuck are you?" Brumbaugh then grabbed the man by the neck and pushed him down into a booth The boucers who were on duty came over and threw the man out "They know that I wouldn't just go and start something," Brumbaugh said "I was provoked Brumbaugh said that he doesn't plan on making a career out of bouncing, but he liked it while he was in school "It's a good job," he said. I like all the people I work with, and it's just like hanging out Ric Carrasquilla, 21, a 6-foot, 205-pound magazine journalism major, is a former bouncer at the Purple Porpoise He said he got a job at the Porpoise because it S B By Kris M. Ecklund xA -A I rr ri EV!7~'' -N was easier than being a waiter Carrasquilla said he used to prefer breaking up fights calmly and avoided violence when he first started workrig as a bouncer But eventually he began to like the B How To Meet A Mate BY TRACY BURLINGAME In the ever-changing world of dating and being dated, itis important to have a complex strategy to meet your perfect mate. You must first establish what kind of person you are looking for. If you want to meet someone who likes to bowl, you would go to a bowling alley -if you want to meet someone who is intelligent, sensitive, rich and attractive, you would not. So, before you go out into the breach erous college-dating world, you must have a firm idea of what you're after Then you must don your finest attire, withdraw your life's savings, and goout in search of the "Mate of Your Dreams." The clear approach is to proceed to the nearest singles hangout. In Gainesville, you have a selection. You can go to a local barorafraternity partydepending on the quality of your fake ID. Next, persuade many of your closest friends to go out with you. This way, you can all spread out and scope available prospects. Also, this allows for an ideal escape route when some Revenge of the Nerds reject is telling you how he first became interested in stuffing cold spaghetti up his right nose cavity and ulItig it out his left. You can politely Inrnil him, "I need to find my friends" and leave without embarrassment. While barring with your friends, it is Important to make it dear to everyone them that you are not opt to meet someone, but merely felt an evening out with friends would be a nie change from "America's Funniest Home Videos. Talk loudly about the re-unification of Germany, or the impact of 'The Simpsons" on modern culture This will give you the appearance of being an in. formed, intelligent person. Smile broadly Look like you are having the absolute time of your life. If the jukebox plays AC/DC, sing. If it plays MC Hammer, dance (in place). Women, stand in a position that is most flattering to your physique Men, stand in a position that is most flattering to your physique. Gaze absentmindedly across the room. Make eye contact. Yes, this is the secret to meeting mates -catc9 their glance across a crowded room. From this repeated gaze, you will develop an amazing relationship with a total stranger. Wait a few minutes. Then saunter aoss the room, hopefully en route to the restroom or some other incoospicumas destination, and approach your eyesee Mate, page 19 Bagging Babes Easily BY GREG SAITZ es, boys and gi .boys, it's finally here. The Love Kit you've been waiting for -Tony's Techniques For Bagging Babes Theanswers are all here In fpst nine easy steps, you too can learn what graduates Andrew Dice Clay and fahn Travelta now know. Let's take a look at some of the real life experiences used in this mail order course, Remember -this is only a portion of what $29 95 will bring you His name is Louteand this :s his I was down in the Bahamas a couple Spring Breaks ago and I'm at this bar It must be my lucky night because the bar has five for one kamikazies APPLAUSE PHOTO and I'm successfully plowing through my second round of rinks when I see her. It's a chick across the bar -Helen. No, it was )ill. No, it was Becky Anyway, she was a looker. So I went over with the thtr drinks in my hand and said, "Babe, let's grind on the dance floor like two Her res onse -"Like Great Darnesor like pood es?" "Well," I retort, "that all depends on how much floor space we have -and what kind of permits this bar has "What the hell are you ."shestarted "Forget it," I interrupt. "Let's lust do it So we're out there doing our best li' pression of Lassie meats Satan the K9, when she says something about a dip "You want to go for a flea dip?' I ask "Aren't you taking this dog analogy a little far?" she asked. "No," I said 'Skinny dip Oh What you just rad is an example of a graduate using Technique #3 -the hound approach. Quiteaeffective, ch? Nowhere'sa lookatagraduate employing Technique #7 -the baby-face approach His name is Mark and ths s his tOy I was 15 1/2 years old and I was 111 Washingtoi D.C., where the legal drinking age at the time was 18. 1 was ready to go bar hopping and meet a mate First, I bagged myself a fake ID so horrendous it had to work. I was about 5-foot-7 with dark hair. My ID said I was 6-foot-4,24 years old and the picture was of a guy with blond hair. It worked like a charm. So now I'm ready to work the bar. I go tOrd a beer. thet as en your hand stamnp, kid,' the bartender ma ane man.s ofte 19 excitement of a fight Carrasquilla was working one night during Homecomingweekend Linesolfpeoplewaitedtogetinatbot doors of the bar, and the bouncers could let only a few people in at a time because of the crowds They old people who were leaving that they would not be ableto get back in without waiting in line A man who had left the bar returned and started arguing with Carrasquilla about not being able to got back in While they were arguing, an off-duty bouncer approached them and hit the customer Carrasquillatried tobreak up thefight, butwhen they held back the customer, the off-duty bouncer began punching again Carrasquilla and another bouncer pulled the men aparta second time and threw them both out "(The off-duty bouncer) just got his olles out of beating on someone else," Carrasquilta said "Most guys get up for the fight. I don't, but I'm going to do everything I can to make sure (a customer) can't hurt me Carrasquilla was carding patrons the Thursday night before the Florida State game when someone told him that a customer in the bar was throwing beer Carrasquilla went over to the customer and told him to calm down, but instead he turned around and shoved another customer. Carrasquilla grabbed the man, who kicked Carrasquilla between the legs. A little angered, Carrasquilla crashed down on the man's face with his fist and threw him out. "It's our job to get someone out (who is) being a pain in the ass. I'm not at war with anybody -just at that moment, (the customer) pissed me off," Carrasquilla said. Carrasquilla's first fighton thejob was easier, he said A Porpoise customer took a swing at another bouncer, so Carrasquilla grabbed him The bouncers started punching the customer,and Carrasquilla threw him out of the bar A lot of the time, drunk customers like to start tights with bouncers because alcohol makes them brave, Car. rasquilla said. When bouncers find themselves in such threatening situations, they have the nght to defend themselves, he said "If someone's trying to hit me, then they're assaulting me, so I can defend myself," Carrasquilla said It's a gray area How much is enough?" 0

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AlIGUSE 2D 9. NSE. APPLAUSE 3 HERE T EERS ARE nEP111111 WELCOME TO GAINESVILLE. Mom and Dad have turned in the U-haul and finally headed on home to Webster, Felismere or Yeehaw Junction. You've unpacked most of your Underoos and are getting to know your roommates. The question now is, 'What are we going to do tonight?" Well, as you soon shall learn, your choices are A) Pick up a case of Milwaukee's Best and sneak it in past your RA; B) Go to your brother's place and be the new meat in a quarters game; or C) hit the bars. If your choice is C (as it was for much of my college career), crank out the ol' fake ID, put on your best 27-year-old look and get to know your new home away home -the infamous Gainesville bar scene. EDITOR'S NOTE: The Alihgator does not condone underage drinking, the use of false ids or driving drunk. The first step is to know what you're looking for in a bar. Are SiU looking for pre-wed major uffy? Do you want to sit around with about 50 sweaty softball pla yen swilling $2.50 pitchers and talking about that rd shot to third? Or do you want to sit outside, drinking rum runners and waiting to get panhandled? As you shall learn in your next five(?) years here, each bar has its own personality But even a less popular bar can become outstanding for one night a week, depending on its drink special and the shiftless, drifting, drunken crowds that hop from trash night here to $1 long necks there. EDITOR'S NOTE: The Aligator does not condone dunking and driving We mean it. For starters, get to know the legendary, world-renowned Purple Porpoise. Hands down it's the area's No. 1 true bar. Sure, there are cleaner places with better food and nice disco lights and all that, but for a true-to-life, set-'em-up-andknock-'em-down night of drinking, you can't beat the Magnificent Mammal. I'm kind of partial to the place One evening a friend and I settled into a booth for a legendary night of drinking. Eight pitchers later, our beer matron assured us we were setting records, which pleased us to no end. She started hazing other parties of eight for their three pitcher fare. So this gives all those Pikes out there and you, the new blood, something to aim for. Other major beer joints are Balls, Club X, Alan's Cubana (hey, they've got the Moose on tap), the Copper Monkey, Danny's, Gator Bumpers and Joe's Deli. Almost every bar has its own drink specials, so check them out to maximize funds. Balls has a big-screen television with satellite and $2 pitchers one night a week, but the place is kind of a meat market Danny's token night is a local legend. You get tokens with every drink, which you can redeem for another free drink. The crowds are insane and pour into the streets until the end Danny's also has big screen satellite TV. If you don't fail out of UF before next March, keep St. Patrick's Day open for a daylong, green beer party. Club X is pretty dark, loud and has its own brand of patrons. Decide for yourself whether or not you like it. The Copper Monkey has a good pitcher special and great chicken sandwiches. Gater Bumpers' key is diversity Get a group of friends together to play Whirlyball, which involves bumper cars, trac-ball and drinking Bumpers is famous for its trash night, when much of the same crowd that frequents the other hip places come together for a night of heavy drinking. Bumpers also has a progressive music night. Joe's Deli really is more of a sports bar, lunch-type place. You can catch almost any sporting event at their locations around town, and they often have specials on pitchers. I like going there to lunch on a Big Joe and a couple large drafts. It's also a great place to watch three or four different games at the same time, especially around playoff time. I'll throw Chili's in the beerjoint category, but its also a great restaurant They have daily two-for-one beer and drnk specials which attract many Biffs and Muffys, but it's still a fun place to go Get there early on Fridays because it gets packed by 5 or 6 o'clock. That'sitfor the true beer-pint category. There are dozens of other places thathave great beer specials some nights of the week, but they fall under other categories If you're a sports fan, Gainesvillehasmanyspotsto hangout at to watch the Yankees lose. P'J. O'Riley's is the penultimate sports bar The place was packed during TNT's broadcast of the basketball playoffs. Softball teams can get specials on pitchers and the food is really good. P.J's has about a million TVs, usually with four or five different games going at once. Players Billiards & Sports Club has satellite transmission and carries many of the games you can't get on Cox Cable. They also have a bunch of pool tables for all you Minnesota Fats types, as well as a nickel beer night and a dance floor If you're into hanging outside see Bars, page 12

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4. APPAUSE NSE, AUGUSF 20 199) Different strokes for plaza folks BY JEREMY HELLIGAR The Summer of Love stall exit, in UPs Northeast corner Large, black dogs chase sticks and Frisbees thrown by their barefoot masters A man walks with a snake around his neck At noon, a crowd lines up along the sidewalk leading to Library West, waiting for Hare Krishnas to arrive and serve a vegetarian lunch This as the scene most weekday afternoons at the Plaza of the Americas Since the late 1960s, hordes of Gainesville residents have made the plaza their noonlime home-a way-from-h ome Sonceat Som sell things So. lust come to see what's goin Miguel comes to the plaza often 'On Tuesday I don't have classes,so I come here to get some cheap food," he says Although the Krishnas don't sell the food, many eaters give small nickel-and-dime donations Miguel thinks it's a small sacrifice for a tasty meal of rice, banana bread and freshly-squeezed orsee Plaza, page 14 APPLAUSE PHOTO Paul Cohen takes a break from selling his poetry at UFs Plaza of the Americas. The plaza is a popular campus gathering spot for local artists. UNI~SEX HAIR STYLING The I Speci, Roter' I I f t *"Comb I L =~ '-sa I Player's Sports Club prosnts Nickel Der Thursdays 1505 SW 131h St I F.n W. st E'iy I eh this;1 adM11 I Vast rP I Fill 7o, s 6t1.4 3 W.sol 376-8400 TRANSPORTATION ARRANGED TO VIEW THE ABOVE AND OVER 40 OTHER LOCATIONS-JUST CALL: NW. FFICE S.W. OFFl 7 DAYS A WEEK 311363 Buying used books S S U.B. Gater says, "University Book and Supply carries MORE USED BOOKS for more courses than any other bookstore in town!!" SATURDAY SUNDAY 9AM-6PM 11AV-6PM can save you on the average of $30.00 to WEEKDAYS SAM-OPM $50.00 per semester. USED BOOKS ARE OUR BUSINESS. OUR BUY BACK NEVER CLOSES. University Book and Supply Parking available on site SHoliay 1. IUivers. Ave E ?UF 4RJ ockJoe 1227 West University Avenue, Gainesville, FL 32601 * * 377-1788 afi a 1220 N.W. 12 St. 31.3MB6 CE 3100 S.W. 35 PL. 376-1619 SEEE ME3LEC TIES RENTS 1.2.3 and 4 BEDROOM APARTMENTS AND HOUSES NOW OFFERING rE E AIAITMENT INKING SERVICE IN OVER 50 OF OUR PROPERTIES WHICH INCLUDE: Center Point Apartments Pocky Point 8,/se t UF BEDROOM I, 2.3 8EOROOM ARTS FURNISHED' UNFURNISHED POOL, CLUBHOUSE FREE PARKING ARRANGED NEAR UF FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED 1220 NW 12th ST 3,00SW3SPL 371-3636 376-1619 Gatcrside Apartments Gatcrnest Apartments WALK TO UF-IR UNITS WALK TOUF-I BR UNITS FURNISHED' UNFURNISHED FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED 1600 NW 4 AVE 300 NW 18 ST 371-3636 371-3636 24 HOUR EMERGENCY PETS ARRANGED MAINTENANCE FURNITURE AVAILABLE MOST UNITS LIKE NEW = 0

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AUGUST 20 I9, NSE APPLAUSE 5 First amendment? Yeah, right Taking a chance on an album didn't used to mean bringing enough money to buy it AND make bail But this is Florida the Censorship State And AP PLAUSE feels it owes you this record-buying guide Yes,records-atstores such as Hyde & Zeke and Tom's Records (on West University Avenue) that sell imports, and hard-to-find stuff And, along with Schoolkids' Records down the street, they buy and trade for your old junk, including compact discs You can dance if you want to after visiting Dancetrax Records & Tapes, also on West University Avenue. Finally, there are the Spec's and Turtles outlets They deal mostly in CDs and cassettes. But you won't find 2 Live Crew's As Nasty As They Wanna Be album at either store, and if you want anythngwithan "explicit lyrics" sticker on it, bring your ID 0 a a University of Florida Student Health Care Center Caring for students for over 60 years SUCCESS BEGINS WITH YOUR HEALTH At the Student Health Care Center we know why you came to the University of Florida. To become successful and make a better life for yourself. You'll be studying, working and playing hard here. It's all a part of the college life. But sometimes things go wrong and that's when you need the personal attention of the Student Health Care Center. Our full-time staff of physicians, nurses and support team are waiting to give you the special care you deserve. You are encouraged make an appointment in advance to see the physician of your choice. This will greatly reduce your waiting time. Of course, walk in visits are available Student Health Care Acute Medicine Cast Service General Practice Nutrition Counseling Pharmacy Wart Treatment if your illness or injury requires immediate attention. Center offers the following services to Injury Care Clinical Laboratory Health Education Orthopedic Clinic Radiology & EKG Women's Health Care Regular Hours Monday -Friday: Sam -8pm Saturday -Sunday and Holidays: 12pm -4pm PHONE Appointments Information Pharmacy Mental Health UF students: Allergy Clinic Cold Self Care Station Mental Health Service Patient Observation Unit Sexual Assault Recovery Student Injury Care NUMBERS 392-1161 ext 224 392-1161 ext 309 392-1760 392-1171 I -----w IMAGINE. A work of art with you A romantic portrait for your sweetheart As feaured on Channel 5 Nea~t M AGE TV IMAG0NE. in it. Student Special Session Makeover & Folio 750 ($175 value) Call today 373-7349 'We use the prism See your previews IMMEDIATELY. Ourntd o Ure ||a ap -m inm -mAM 12mieneaof44aSzltd318.Enings7pia,Manis12 noornan.lmed., Sat CsedStn., 1W& Mlnrs r 4we ime with adalt. Rsevfdons' Oca. 991-2345 Gainesvt 376-9044. u DAG-M "'yDIR

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6, APPLAUSE, NSE, AUGUST20 t9 Where to watch big hit movies Do Fhe Rtght Thing Heathers cx, he, and videotap Films such as these build their reputations (and thOir box-office receipts) on crtcal word -of-mouth [hey don't have the built-in, bloodthirsty audience Arnold Schwarzenegger has for his films You're in Gainesville now Nobody cares what you think And hat's why you wont artsy-fartsy stuff first in Gainesville see much For what you will see, and when you'll see it, read APPLAUSE every week We'll tell you what's p'ing, where its playing and whether Michael Giltz thinks it's any good or not We'll do everything but buy your popcorn 0 .THEATERS TELEPHONE ADDRESS STUDENT PRICE MATINEE MIDNIGHT SHOW I I Cslr Cinema N Drafthouse S SLitchfieldi use I Oaks 6 East 0* 04Wet Plaza 372-5347 376-6843 33M 331-8818 331-4118 378-2434 1015 NW 13th St. 3214 SW 35th Blvd in Butler Plaza 3101 SW 36th Blvd. Behind Wal-M Inside Oaks Mall on Newberry Road 64191 N Road 1525 NW 23rd Blvd $250 $5/$4 $5/$3 50 none Fri .Sat $3 50/ $3 twilight show $3/ 'I $2 *I ao 373,0W = sa oaid p d h~n sosnmOWNunw aMA imflfl 50 twilight show Fri Sat IlSat Fri. Sat at $3 L w %CUThe single most Important accessory a person have Is their haircut. At the Strand we can work with this in mind. A good haircut grows out with the shape Intact. Quality. What we stand behind. Visit us or call for an appointment. We'd be glad to consult with you. "IC Ark .I7W 0 SVI AY 3T-UB96 S Don't Let Your Parents See What Your Room Really Looks Like He Them Stay WTh N someone They Know .w$5n 1(Aam: w$55* Erik SsaWW En -University Center *WILD HAIRi( unisex $5 Haircut S20 Perm (Curly or ody) W $18 Hi-Lites $35 Spiral Perm 518 Color * S3 Beards $40 Bleach Out Walk-in Welcome Open M-Sat. 10-6 pm 374-'87 S50%OFF NEXXUS 4 CHEAP DAlE s Ir eenfriene Welcome Back Studeats "*" 0004 M e~IN THE BUTLER PL I! PACKI ksai with 1 itel* 50 mU 4's-K S uwv4q t $5.2M8.60 A U& [ dj% W c';

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WellAgains When you must work or attend classes, who cares for your sick child? Whether your child has the sniffles or a sore throat, WellAgains gives you the security of knowing that you don't have to miss work or school to stay home with your sick child. You can be confident that your youngster is being cared for by a qualified nursing staff as you continue your daily routine. WellAgains is available for children ages six weeks to 14 years who are not well enough to attend school or regular daycare. We're a service provided by Alachua General Hospital and we're the only program of its kind in our community. Call 338-6789 for more information and to pre-register your child. (All children must be pre-registered prior to using WellAgains.) 55 1, uy d 1 _M GENERAL HOSPITAL ~~~-1 -J "When your child is sick and you can't be home." AACHUA 6 GENERAL HOSPITAL ANAFFILIATEOFSANTAFE HEALTCARE 801 SI 2nd Avenue, Gaiesville, FL AUG US120I90, NSE APPLAUSF,7 The dance electric: Where to do it to it g ACUVUE 4's DISPOSABLE CONTACTS 3e 25/Lens $85.00 Fitting & Eye Exam ONE WEEK FREE TRIAL Millhopper Optical 6 A G E L -featuring our own bagels U B UNLIMITED baked fresh daly I .fresh ground coffee IN -breakfast. lunch anJ dinner every day I50( ANY 4OZ OR$ '0 ANO6O OFFSANDWICH OR O F SANDWICH SOFF O"" F c WITH COUPON) Socd Only At 34th Street Plaza 372-7006 KING'S KRAFTS Paddles & Sportswear t t up anp garment single letters fret!t 375-73 t338 S.W. 35th Blvd., Gainesville FL (Archer Road across froms Chllls K? C' -It' get 91 0 Store Hours Mon S ay lOam-lipmr Closed Sunday BY JEREMY HELLIGAR When tho"se''Ileeib o h coImc too muh to bear, Gamesvile might be the right place to be Hogtown's fmne seltton of dance dubs indudes something that i likely to please the dancing For the alternate e beast that lurks behind that .ol, scholarly facade, My Friends Place is the placetobe Thedrinkspecialsand cover charges are perfect for tho ,e macaronnand -cheese student budgets It might not be the best beer tograce your tips, butat least it's cheap If the bar scene gets a little too tense, the dance floor is the perfect getaway Hard.ore rock a La Jane's Addiction, house musa courtesy of Snap's "The Power, er hip house (rapping to a house beat) provide the background noise Fi group of patrons hamming it lip on thedance floor Just becareful not toslipon the spilled beer 2521 N.W. 41st St. 376-8000 Ii 6peciat It NI is ihe Beatlesl, I Rev Is I hr RolI'n g Stones (,am esill 's progressi vetance scene tere all the aspixtsof MF' are divided hetveen two floors On floor one people stomp and lump to the violent beat of mdussee Clubs. page 13 t 2S21 N.W. 41 st St. 376-8000

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8.APPIUSFNSE,AUGUST20 I9M jfl$5 CcCKBvoK APPLAUSE PHOTO This could be one of the books you can buy in ALF's been cancelled start reading Now there's teachers, now there'sbooks. Here'swhere to buy them For your reading pleasure, there's Waldenbooks and B Dalton Bookseller in the Oaks Mall These are more than bookstores -they're chock-full of magazines, videos and cute bookmarks that show Garfield eating stuff Some students enjoy their classes so much they buy the required textbooks. On-campus, visit the Campus Shop and Bookstore, also known as the Hub. There's also Florida Book Store and Untiversity Hook & Supply on West University Avenue. For the serious reader, there's a plethora of great used book stores. Book Gallery, Book Gallery West, and The Word Shop are poor college students' dreams the selection is extensive, the costs reasonable and the atmosphere comfortable Books, located under Eckerds on 13th Street, offers all now copies at a 10 percent discount. It's a nice place to take a breather between classes and pick up a quick Scrabble game Arguably the best bhokstore in Gainesville, Goerings' Book Canter is the answer to every wordworshippers' prayer -every nook and cranny is loaded with magazines, the latest bestsellers, classics, poetry, and travel. For something a little different, try The Philosophy Store, a book and coffee shop with an existenhal edge. Another to try -Mikes Bookstore & Tobacco Shop for the reader whoenjoysagood pipe with his latest bestseller. 0 I -=sofV1W 376-443 L asemfil NWd 1=14. Z=ra ---towx BMSSAR~r-ELWOOD -O)SSHARII 1I -Ix WM RI\1 I I M m'( 1 INC "The Property Management Specialists' 2026 W. University Ave. -Unfumished Efficiency, Across from Florida Field. Ample parking. Range/Refg. Short term lease. No pets. -------------------1114 SW 7 Ave. -Large I bdrm loft behind Norman Hall, Range/Refg. Central heat/air, monthly pest control. W/D on premises. Ample Parking. No pets. $325/ month ---------------------1324 SW 13th St. -Close to Shands, VA and UF, 2 Bdrms, I Bath, Range/Refg. Gas Heat, monthly pest control. Short term lease. $285/ month -----------4140 SW 15th Place -2 Bdrm, 2 Bath, Range/Refg. Central beat/air with laundry facilities. $375/ month 818 W. University Ave. Office space close to UF Rent includes utilities. Starting at $150/month (904) 3712118 Call for R 1214 NW 8th Ave. otherRuth W. Shflett Gainesville, FL 32601 rental listings Property Manager 04~9 r~f40a4wo E WELCOME BACK!!! The Campus Alcohol and Drug Resource Center and BACCHUS want to remind you to be responsible in your decision making when it comes to alcohol. Office for Student Services 124 Tigert Hall 392-1261 10 A] M

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Mon-Fri Tanning Beds 7am -9pm -Total Privacy Saturday Keep That Summer 9am5pm Tani Sunday 1W Wk Unlimit,1edmUse 7 12 noon -4pm r;Pun;nlimh 5 1/2 Blocks From Campus 536 S.W. 2nd Ave. 30 Day Unlimited Use Co-ed 21! Now 0pn 7am MonFrt phone:372-7876 -$30 -'. Fall SemesterI Fall & Spring One Year -'$60. 1 -$9"-$10 7 ji) off., foxpoi. 8/30/90 off., *tpino 8130/90 ir., orilou t3iE) WE'LL MEET ANY OTHER GYM'S PRICE AND. WE HONOR ALL OTHER GYM'S COUPONS, TOO. YOU CAN'T BEAT PETE'S GYM1 I Cmc (07 ZIg: 23 NW 39TH AVE (0 2 ICo I ICo 2 NW 16TH AVE UNIVERSITY AVE U of F -----------1 I & Em Chicken Wi I I with current validated fee I card -UF/SF Students 'Not valid Fri. or Sat. Nights1 Not valid w/other coupon L -or as takeout For over seven years, serving some of Gainesville's finest wings and seafood. We don't use any preservatives or food prepped da y in advance, only fresh fish and chicken prepared with quality in min .We also have beer, wine, and a full service bar. Check Us Out!!! AUGUST2019tc NSE.APPLAUSE9 Dinomania the forbidden fossils BY MELISSA SEGEL Dinosaurs arecomingto UF this fall with Dinomania,an upcoming exhibit at the Florida Museum of Natural History The exhibit opens september Lo, and willhave 10 ito 15 movingand roaring mechanical dinosaurs, a skeleton of a giant sloth and fossil study sessions to educate visitors about the extinct creatures, spokeswoman Neddy Perez said The traveling exhibit is rented from Diunatien, a private company that produces mechanical dinosaurs for exhibitions Theexhibit will stay in Gainesville for three months and cost the Museum about s3C0OO Perez said Artists at the Museum are working on making Dinomania more exciting than usual, Perez said "They make things look rid that you wouldn't imagine," Perez said Artist Bob Leavy said he is making prehistoric plants from papier-mache and a smoking volcano with bubbling green lava 'We're using a little fantasy," Leavy said, "but mt g it as real as possible Other props such as dry ire tos make fog and a painted ura to putbehind the dinosaurs will also add a sense of realism to the exhibit see. M.um, age 15 SAVE MONEY! BUY YOUR BOOKS t AT BOOKS Located in the Gator Plaza near Eckerd's 114 NW 13 St. 374-4241 WINDY'S HAIRCUTS Shampoo Cut & Style Special: .. $12.00 -Wo ant or $0.00. Mi. .w Specialzng In: s5.00 oFF erm., Color, or HI Ut. we -Spiral Perrums (long har slightly exira) -Bo erang Perms -Weight Lines Towoewiws, .Surf Cuts Rdge., Aza P.w IOM E I 3001 NW 34 & 4002Newbeny Rd 377-4247 372-7862 $New Client Only Exan 12131M __________________________________________ __________________________________________ I LOST IN THE CAREER DECISION-MAKING JUNGLE ? The Career Resource Cent r Can Help! Explore these strategies: Care Education Mini-CourseA series of mini-courses on career decision-making. self-assessment, and career exploration/ identification. CHOICESA coazuturassisted career explaton and infnmaslon prwgmum, beginning wthe CRC orientation mini-course. Carea InfoernutIon LibraryOccupadonal and employer informaon to assist in camer decision-maldng and job search planning. Career CansuallAdvisliigIndividual counseling nts with career -cou ong or students needing personal camer visment. Tcbmin.e l v1 S re amoBoSu.hly Cam R3. Car Wf.hi.ta ta 9-Id~lM). A* orp hec. k out t Apavs oa.s .wo.a -.ua.u. ~~W~ne61IOMnue d ck ot Te A cto fo eatig places. 8144e 1 NWl 0TH STEE BLGI ALL SERVICES FREE EARLY T CONFIDENTIAL PREGNANCY COUNSELING TEST -MANY OTHER -.REFERRALS SERVICES 377-4947 1441 NW GTH STREET -BLDG A Welcome Back UF Students! We Rent Transportation: CARS 0 TRUCKS 0 VANS All students 19 yrs. and up check our daily and weekend rates. Daily -WeeMy -Monthly ca .n .ae. em MiW SPshousint T0paTI GATOR AUTO LEASING 3535 N. Main St. 372-2561 4212 NW 161 Blvd. Kash N Karry Shop. Ctr. 372-0332

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BARS from page 3 eating bur rs or sande hesan d drinking beer, Gainesville also has several bars/restaurants with patos where you oan do it I arah's On I he Avenue sa ut plate to patio party, although you Lve to keep on the waiters and waitresses to get served farah's .g night, dhun you get. plate of wings with each pItcher of beer, isa popularspvcial Usually big groups take over two or three tables at time, so get there early Cafe Espresso has great sandwiches We used to sit outside on its downtown patio and drink fouror five bottlesof Lambrusco and wax philosophical Kel's Coney Island is a great plate to have a sandwich and an imported beer before taking in a mo' Ci or play at the Hippodrome Snuffy's has great burgers and Heineken on tap, but it's a little more expensive The Mill Bakery, Eatery, Brewery has awesome, fresh food and its own home brew. The Mill often has musicians and isa great place to eat before taking in a or h ,,S ad servel yea, $S9 376-8400 W w ok Of .g.'e anrn 519 *S5 Z N Nm -.w nl -movie at the Oaks Ma'l The Market Street Pub is the area's other home brew emporiumand it just recently cranked uip its vats The Pib has great food and a vast selection of import beers The Hardback ( afi host, many local and nor-local bands and is a good spot for lIuf h MFP has heaome a popular late-night house nmusic bar where the crowd crawls out to dance to a great sound system and chug drnnk specials I call this next category Rock, Blues and Beer If you really dig rock'n'roll or great blues, keep your eyes open to the calendars of Dub's Steer Room, Richeribacher's and Lillian's. These places have hosted some the biggest names in rock'n'roll and countless upcoming and local groups The crowds are a little older, but you can't beat the places for great rock'n'roll If you like Polo shirts and people with lots of hairspray, cologne, perfume and make-up, the following, pseudo-ritzy places are for you see san., page 17 JoR Pivot 'flour f WN" OeveioPlflt0 GRAND OPENING SPECIALS .----.----------------, 150% OFF REE DOUBLE I PRINTS I L recess n. Fi il (unlimited rolls) Not good with other offers In I Hour Not good with other ofttes A Course, (Vt to ith Aaron Rents) Studentius Contentun: a plesinticondition chadrateristicofsmait students who have discovered thatAdrrn Rentsisapraeuisiteto living wit decent fiurnitum. Crash Course In 3736 Newberry Road, Gainesville fyi (our 11' (without Aaron Rents) Studentius Slobhum: a peculiaro indition that commonlv exists among many campus envinments in which the lkn, ledo ifAAmn Rents Furniture is unacqutrd. 40 "S rT A 373-7233 Furniture Rental Player's Sports Club pr. adnts Nickel Beer Thursday 60 SeW ian s' SPECIAL STUDENT SAVINGS: 15% Off First Month's Rent and No Security Deposit!* Receive a free T-shirt when you open a contract Bring in this ad and present .tudent I.D. to receive offer. (While supplies last.) We'll match any competitor's offer. At Aaron Rentsyou get more: lowest rates, short-term rental period, next-day delivery and wide selections. Plus, you rent only the pieces you need. With Aaron Rents, it's easy to turn your campus quarters into class at. OVER 180 LOCATIONS COAST TO COAST Aaron Rents & Sells Furniture HOME AND OFFICE I k -5-" ~fl ----------------------j It's Your Choice: 3 x 5 or 4 x 6 (same price) 3714882 In University Plaza Just Behind Gators Plus _79JR7 v -Is t, s'.\

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GREASE RELIEF. Good-bye greasy kid stuff Gel a real meal at Subway Get a big, meaty I or foottong Subway sub made fresh, one at a time wit the free fais a you choose Who needs greasy purg0rsI CAMPUS r h I '11-e n, mtr IWOLEIilCE I ---'---M1NTH SEEE 2n L E UCA F S ~ FLa Sa tr7am 2am Phi 3 223 Fle 0015 tNFS|| q,. .CLUBS 1YM from page I 5'iati 58 3 7 6 -8 4 0 0 trial m usic, h ,ich is da ne m e si 3 W es .fo r p eo p le w h o d o n 't lik e d t n e n a s music Down here anything goes Upstairs the dante floor Is bigger (the entire room), and the crowd is much larger fhesecind floor represents the lighter side of MFl rheres not as much stomp. mng and lumping, up here people actually dance There's no one to hold up the walls MYERS =SERVICE CENTER hodu h al Across the street and several Oil and Filter SIE.U blocks away, Club X is open for -I business Here first-floor Rev nor une Ups music is played for the more 4-cylinder $24.16 mainstream crowd -peoplewho 6-cylinder ___2___.74____ io~rmnode irrnh more) 'i I Foreign Car ThrS *p.i,.ubs""eu'"i,,i Bmst Dnil Shiqcke Sa II & Cressid I Trs, Call and ask about car low parki! [3411 N Main T1r1 376,11752 P i a,. ir 8 E soo M -F I Show your Student ID and gt 136CNW 3 h St 5. oa a ou plet set of ries 14 N .MA Tarske -.A .MA e Grad Students! UF Employees & Family Members of UF Employees! IAINEILLIE FLORIDA Discover the Credit Union. CAMPUS FED Gainesville Florida Campus Federal Credit Union Is a nonprofit organization dedicated to respond to the needs of the membership by offering the best financial services VISA -NO ANNUAL FEE 1596% APR -ATM'SCU24 & ADP EXCHANGE NETWORKS 22 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS IN GAINESVILLE LNC GAINESVILLE FLORIDA FOR MORE INFO CALL 392-0393 -CALL-UP -SELF SERVICE COMPUTER AUDIO RESPONSE PHONE ACCESS TO YOUR ACCOUNT AVAILABLE NIGHT OR DAY 365 DAYS A YEAR -.CECKIN ACCOUNTS NO MONTHLY SERVICE CHARGE -NO MINIMUM BALANCE NO CHARGE FOR FIRST 40 CHECKS CLEARING PEP MONTHa -MONTHLY DIVIDENDS PAID IF AVERAGE DAilY BALANCE IS 0 OR MORE CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDIT UNIOL Main Branch: 1900 SW 34th St campu Branch: 1200 S N 5h AV* Health Center Branch: Hl. Shands i a AUGLTUzD 1990, NSH APPLAUSE 13 Ike that kind of mu,< but are afraid of people who look too 'weird Mu i of the dante floor ri-md can be seen tholdg in,pensive drinks in or handt, while accenting suggestive k roth moments with the other Ih' last ot he Itolv Four ono the most s.ew.stil of (aoes te' pda'Ilubs s Central Q'iir lb e pe a kers h ore ore dominated be Miami beat musk The dane floor moves aire less acrobat, but this is proba bIy because Central City attire is normally more formal than at the other three dmnce clubs Most of the guys look like they just stepped out of Inlernational Male, and the girls are absolutely malttrendy C Sooo I s 376-8400 3 Weeksti ag 19 -4 MIt sUANM a 9 1T R 'ed. Coke 1:30 -3:30 Oaks Mall Plaza (Ne to ToyS-R Us) ty~n~otma _31101 INDOOR TANNING Specials % Kin'P fhai At' Or, Rhi '2)nauies ao is besds ir It a 46 hai,at Plaza West 4(M)2 Niwberry R~d Open Mon -Sat 8am -closing No Contracts U -.----------------------------2 WEEKS OF UNLIMITED 2 FOR I SPECIAL w/coupon $24 .0 0 TAaNING a i ta I ts. t m I L--t*E".--".*' A"._, 6,0 -,The Salty Dog Saloon 1712 W. Univ. Ave.-Next to the Gator Shop (Free Delivery to Campus) 375-6969 Serving Subs, Salads, Burritos, Red Beans & Rice. Pia, Char-Steak Burgers, Lasagna. Spaghetti, Wings, Char Dogs & Seafood. Plus 16 Draft Beers (Most in town) Over 100 Imported Beers and your Favonite Wines Big Screen Satellite TV. too! Join us for lunch and dinner in our newly remodeled dining rooin. Call us for FREE Campus Delivery-375-6969 (PS Call & we'll send you a free delivery menu) Alan's Cabana-A Gater Tradition siee 1962 r ---------------$1.00 Any Size Sub and Off a Large Drink -----___ _ saeJ -I I1CAM I 11111111111110M -A

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14, APPLAUSE, NSE, AUGUsT20 19 PLAZA trm page 4 When the food line moves slosly, Miguel likes to "peoplewtah liealwaysgersaneyel I A woman nearby wearimg a tieVdress andom oon necklace tries to keep a tick with leather hal it both ends balanced in the air vith two other sticks Thebarefoot woman beside her holds up the hemlime of her pink dress, and dances to a tune in her head Several minutes later, she sits down beside two men playing chess on a mimature board One of the men removes his knit hat, revealing clean-shasen head Dan views the sicne from a distant while twirling his this k, black ponytail, which sLtKs through tie hole o back of his baseball cap lotfun wear' hevellsatpassng todents ihe front of the t-shirts he sellsaire drawmngso bananas, cats dos, and Grape Ape The shir were created and designed by his brother, Keith, whose company, Avelino Suarez, sells the shts in Miamim Dan figures that sellig the shirts in Cam esvilie for 910 instead of the usual $30 helps his brother and plaa Cusiomers I want to give (Gamesville) a 410oo JEWISH STUDIES at UF yp FALL 1990 ".14 Cuaes. Including "* Jewish History ". Hebrew Language and Literature .Introduction to Judaism .* Judaism & Christianity "* Israel & the Middle East .* Certificate in Jewish Studies .A. Major *. Honored Degree Program *** Study Abroad in lrsel *** [Seholarships available For moe information call Dr Warren Bargad. Director, at 392-9247. or drop by 407 Grinter Hall. WESTSIDE E'(ON 34TH ST. EXXON & UNIV. AVE. Top Quality Work Backed By Warranty. Savey n xo UP FLn Cange, Fiter and Lube 95 Baleseha p64"i.aa. 34is1 hlias icalps" s0In Rlah A Fill, E $295 M 4Eat your broccoli anyway. break, he says "It would be the ,colest to have people in Gainesville wear this stuff A short, curly-hatred man walksby the tanning woman with his snake, a Brazilian rainbow boa Larry Goldenberg says he brings his snake to the plaza whenever it needs sunlight. Nobody seems to mind The snake sort of blends in around the dreadlocked hair, shaved heads and colored outfits But Goldenberg's unusual pet isn't the only reason he visits the plaza dahl "It's ju really -'ol area to hang nit," he sa s "And it doesn't hurt that there's a lot of sunlight 0 1 Free Worioa Is orh i ad Fall Tm 165 0 School 'ark is 376-840 -w s e --ason TAKE 011 Player's Sports Club pre sets Nickel Beer Thursdays 10s SW 13M S1 happy Hour 1r9914 Drinks -4-7 pim TSEWiCE OPEN DAYS 378-2854 or 374-9250 2204 SW 13th Street Make a Duierence! The WaVy To Get Involved At UF Student Health Outreach Team For more information please contact 392-1161ext. 283 i ---CHINESE RESTAURANT & LOUNGE Lunch Specials -S3.50 and up Ealy Bird Specials -$5.25 and up Complete Chinese Family Dinners Exotic Polynesian Drinks AmEop/Viaa/Nastercard The Student Health Outreach Team is an organization designed to represent student health care needs to the Student Health Care Center. SHOT is involved with programs that will help you gain experience in Public Relations, Marketing, Administration, Graphic Design, and all Health Related Professions 1st meeting: Tues, Sept. 4th Time: 5 p.m. Place: Reitz Union We are open to all students

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AUGUST21990NSE APPAUSF 15 A baby parasaurolophus from the upcoming Dinomania exhibit at the Florida Museum of Natural History. 1990. DINAMATFON INTIENATIONAL CORP MUSEUM rom page 9 Dinomania is intended to be both fun and educational, Perez said Lectures on prehistoric creatures il focus on whether dinosaurs exited in Florida, she added The Museum also hosts many permanent exhibits, including a replica of a North Florida cave The most popular permanent exhibit is a gallery with more th in 150 drawers of smaIler exhibit such as butter Ies, shells, bones and live snakes, rter said lih, permaptett exihht, at h, Muenm, the largrV natural mu um in the south, are free and open to the publo (rom 1 a m to 5 p m Monday th riugh Friday, 9 a m to 6 p m on saturday and 12 to 6 p t on Sunday These hour are effcotve from sept b to Jan 6 Doomanea tnti be the !rst elhibot the Mu *eum trill charge admission for Cod wisl is $4 50 (or adu1 and student,, 52 50 for chil dren and $3 SQ for senor itizens 0 STREET'S WILL GET YOU THERE ON TIME!!! WELCOME TO GAINESVILLE We're Gainesville's featuring repair on all mak largest bike shop, .es and models of bikes. See the New LIGHTWEIGHT Schwin mageI You'll like what you see' e10 SPEEDS 3 SPEEDS *MOUNTAIN BIKES *CRUISERS STREIT'S SCHWINN CYCLERY 1614 NW 13th ST 3-7-BIKE MON-FRI 9am-6pm SAT 9am-5pm IF YOUR PARENTS ARE GATORS THEY PROBABLY BOUGHT THEIR BIKES FROM US S It seems like year after year waterbed stores keep on going out of business. Well Gator Waterbeds is still kickin' because Gator Waterbeds makes their own beds and makes their own low prices ... COMWEU MND EDS 14 Colors Vinyl or Wlvet S179.95 Complete I DY YORKER TEXAN New Design Curved sides '249." AN Bads lndude: Mattimna, Uner, Heater, widest,, Pedestal wrap, Ht Ki, Conditioner I & Decking s225."c FINISHED HEADBOARD Is BED (mpRe AVM1ED Complete '190."* St *ATOH WAUHIO 'ACTa___ HIghway 441 Alaohua* 462-4681' UNFINISHED BED COMPLETE Kings/Queens $I20." Super Single 599.0 see lots of udents FACTORY OUTLET ((K> so come on out and great waterbeds at great prices. 6% Discount for All rN i -4 ;;iop eiio rn

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w, APPLAUSE NSE.AUGUST2 990 LOVE CAREFULLY Safe Sex Begins at Planned Parenthood. For low-cost birth control exams and supplies. .in a relaxed, caring environment We help you care for your health with: 0 Same/next day appointments 0 Student discounts 0 Tstegn tre tment for all sexuy transmitted diseases 0 Resource library for student research APPOINTMENTS 377-0881 I 0 Personal, completely confideta service 0 Walk-in pregnancy tests (immediate results) O Pap smears 0 Female practitioners 914 N.W. 13th Street 0 Low-cost birth control supplies 0 0 Evening/Saturday clinic hours Student discounts O Referrals for adoption, abortion, & pre-natal care INFO & REFERRAL 376-9000 I /Call for an appointment in September &get your first month's worth of birth control five! af_ NL_

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.,. .I iO .-, 4 I Y v. I LID", S' i 203* 551 61OSEET 00,71400 u a ts e -5 a .* e .s. d / 74. ~S.4& edt A -a.d BARS from page 12 Biffs and Muffys are plentiful at Cucors, Chii's, Bennigan's, RubyTuesday's,CentralCityand igger's Down Under These places are set apart by their patmons regard for clothes, cars and money. But they are great places to go wth Your best babe for dinner or drinks Centr-al City and Digger's are popular South Florida-ish dance clubs Diggers has some specials, like token night and three-for' one, and if David Byrne isn't too hip for Central City, then neither are you If you'reoneof thosetypeswho has to keep busy while drinking, there are many games area bars Pool enthusiasts can visit Players, Panama Joe's, Alley Katz, Happy Hour or the Lavender Mullet There are also pool tables at the Red Lion, Cator Bumpers, MFP, Brewski's Beach Club and many others, For Dartin' fools there's the Lavender Mullet, Eddie C's, Murphy's Pub, Market Street Pub and Alley Katz, to name a few If you've just seen Easy Rider and think you might like to hang out with bikers, check out Brewski's Beach Club My girlfriend and I used to go there to play pool and have a couple of AUGUSr 2019, NSE,APPLAUsE 17 their80-ounce pitchers You have to watch out though -one biker thought the place was a drive-in, so he did Drinking in Gainesville is a full-time job if you do it right There are many bars and beers waiting for you out there just be safe -have a designated driver, walk or take a cab EDITOR'S NOFE What he said Bottoms Up 0 NICKEL BEER a Every Thursday 8:00 till 1 -00 plus $1.00 Longnecks & $1.00 Shooters Full Service Bar and Plenty of Parking only at DILLIARDS & SPORTS CLUD 1605 S.W. 13th St. -2 Bls N. of Park -378-2686 Find someone special. Adverse in lhe Alligator classifleds 373-FIND '1 EP 1ACKC DTUOENTDI1j iWis smoester, we yI ects about drugs and alcohol. h to you by DA.R.E. n lot Psous, Educators). SL.EAR.N. Center Anderson Hall Small Classes.BIG REWARD Santa Fe Community College A State College with a National Reputation At Santa Fe Community College our instructors can learn about you as a person. They know that's the best way for you to learn. Our classes are the same as those in the first two years at Florida's public universities. That means your degree from Santa Fe qualifies you for the junior class at a university that offers a bachelor's degree. Experienced instructors, high-tech equipment and up-to-date classes ensure a superior education and help you fulfill your goals. Santa Fe is a state college with a national reputation for attention to you, the student. Find out for yourself. Give us a call. Or stop by. Call 395-5443 and go for the BIG REWARD. Santa Fe Community College, Building R, 3000 NW 83rd Street, Gainesville, Florida SFCC isan eqal aerinaI opor1auniiy duotniu hutiuon

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Z.SPOR" NSE, AUGUST2o I9 Spurrier, Gators look to light up Florida Field By GREGG DOYEL Alligator Staff Witer Enmitt left Emmitt right Emmtt straight ahead. Meet UFs playbook since 1987 There hasn't been a whole lot of guessing going on at Flonda Field the past three years, Defensive tackles, middle linebackers, even peanut vendors have known what's coming when the Gators break huddle Sure, Emmitt Smith would get his 150-200 yards. But the rest of the offense stalled, and consequently, UF posted mediocre win-loss records. But Smith was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys, and Steve Spurrier has returned to his alma mater after three seasons at Duke, bring ing to UF the balanced attack that brought the Blue Devils' struggling program an Atlantic Coast Conference championship. Now, opposing defensive coordinators might have a better shot guessing the winning lottery numbers than UFs next play. "They won't be able to zero in on us like they have in thepast,"tightendscoachJohn Reaves said. We're going to run and pass, and be able to do both from all set-ups And Flonda Field patrons will be seeing a different brand of football than they have grown accustomed to. 'It's not like some new coach came in and ran the same offense," sophomore quarterback Brian Fox said. "Coach Spurrier has overhauled the entire offense. It's going to be more exciting than the fans are used to." Under Spurner, Duke threw for more than 3,500ya,dsand 29 touchdown~slast year, fourth best in the nation. Wide receiver Clarkston Hines made weekly highlight reels as he marched toward the NCAA career touchdownreception record, But offense, Spurnerstyle, involves more than just bombing away The Blue Devils also boasted a 1,000-yard rusher in 1989. Randy Cuthbert ran for 1,023 yards, second-best in Duke history Cuthbert also was Duke's second-leading receiver with 50 receptions. Everywhere he's gone, Spurrier's teams have racked up impressive numbers. In 1984, his Tampa Bay Bandits of the USFL went 14-4 as Reaves threw for more than 4.000 yards. Three different receivers had 1,000 yards worth of receptions. But the balance is always there. Running backs Gary Anderson and Greg Boone gained more than 1,000 yards apiece that same year "This is not just a wide-open passing of. fense,"Spurrier said. "In fact, severaldefensive coordinators have mentioned that the ability to run was the key to our success." Spurrier and his staff have two backs to replace Smith, UPs all-time leading rusher. Junior Willie McClendon ran for 529 yards a year ago while freshman Errict Rhett red. shifted last season with a dislocated elbow. But UF will live or die by the pass, and has a foursome of quarterbacks fighting for the chance to lead the attack. Spurrier said Kyle Morris, a two-year starter ranked among the nation's leaders in passing efficiency before being suspended for garnFling, and Fox, a Purdue transfer, had the see Attack, page 8 ALUGOTrOR PHTO UF running back Willie McClendon Trshed for 529 yards last semon behind foner Gator Emmitt Smith. McClendon will lead UF's ground attack this fall. Welcome Back to the But hhtrtiuuut i Tow. Don't Miss the Cox Cable Party at your Apartment Complex -It's Eay to GMt Tuned-i Al Parties are Scheduled for 10:30am-4:30pm (Subject to Change)Look for the Pouters In your Apartment Complex. If your apartment complex be not scheduled for a party, call 377-2123 or stop by the Cable Store at l1l5N.W. 4thStnt. Or, contact your local sale. npreeentatlv. at 371-2723. m lel w Cmt COWe University CiyA. Ic NONE )AY 7 AUGUST WEDNEDAY ThlURSDAY a 2 9 FRIDAY 3 spigsus Gato 'wOOd Pare Piece 10 SATURDAY 4 11 13 14 is is 17 18 Honsl Towns Pam foknt who Sun sy Rockyoint Bandywins rare t* Pik Pine venture The. WeS W11hhmsu.rg 20 21 22 23 24 25 Piccdlly vney. Stonede. Os Fomt InmTh .Pine .iec H awiriilest ft g ves ThegaLmus O Wcod Tm vsuViiag. G'viie srme oxicid Manor "mwc Vla ~s'y -.sk Afireftados son my Townhacua 27 2U 29 SI TonnestPc viass windreind s Gtcrwcd Oak Pormt StoFoRidga Srondywine HwaiiVriviage spygl* Regencoaks Pw*a1 IN Horteiad OxrdManor Villaepark ventum imp nes sunSey Thelaur.Is Fyho veru, 4 FROM W"i whisuesurg 5 r I r A j I I tJ .4

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After months of scandal and discontent, UF'sfootball, basketball and swimming programs open UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT AUGUST2019M. NSESPONS, 3 By GREO COYl. Alligator Staff Writer Go ahead, mention the possibility of NCAA sanctions on UF's athletic program. Or bring up Dwayne Schintzlus' hair. But never, ever say the word search around UF Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger. For eight months he did almost nothing but that, filling vacancy after vacancy in the UF athletic program For those keeping score, it's incoming five, outgoing -finally zero. "I would really like to eliminate the word 'search' from my vocabulary," Arnsparger said "It seems like that's all we've been doing." Charges of NCAA violations in two programs and hazy cir. cumstances in two others left Arnsparger and Associate Athletic Director Ann Marie Lawler scrambling to fill vacant coaching slots in the football, men's and women's basketball and men's and women's swimming programs. Tne two biggest names of the quintet are Spurrier and Kruger, UF's new football and basketball coaches, respectively For Steve Spurrier, the new job means coming home For Lon Kruger it means leaving his Kansas State. For both, it means saying goodbye to teams on the rise and resurrecting UF's slipping programs Last year's basketball team skidded to a 7-21 mark -UF's worst since 1982 -including a school record-tying 14-game losing streak The football team failed to qualify for a bowl for the first time since 1986, and is faced with its toughest schedule in years without all-time leading rusher Emmitt Smith, who turned pro after three years at UF. The big question is, why did Kruger leave his home state, his alma mater and a team that won 81 games and appeared in four NCAA Tournaments in his four years at the helm, for university charged with 1 violations of rules? "It will be an adjustment for sure, and it could be interesting for a while," Kruger said. "It I didn't think this was an opportunity that equalled the one at KansasState,Iwould nothavepursued it, 'TDe academic reputation here is outstanding, the potential here, basketball-wise, is outstanding, and the administration has quality people all the way through." Spurrier turned around a Duke squad that posted consecutive 3-8 seasons prior to his arrival. The Blue Devils won 20 games dunng Spurrier's three-year stay, including an 8-4 mark in 1989 when they tied Virginia for the Atlantic Coast Conference title. When the offer came from UF. Spurrier found his hands tied "Yes, I wanted the job, but at the same time I wasn't able to accept it right away," Spurrier said. "I made a commitment that I would coach Duke through the bowl game. "And the NFL had called, and it'sonly smart to listen. Atlantaand Phoenix wanted me to talk to them, but it never really got that far. When (former UF Interim President Robert) Bryan and coach Arnsparger met with me in mid-December, we came very close to reaching an agreement, and we finalized it December 31." The Up administration's ability to answer tough questions lured Auburn assistant Carol Ross fromn one of the country's most successful women's basketball programs to UF, just beginning to shake its image as an SEC doormat. Former Lady Gators coach Carol Whitmire resigned just two games before the Southeastern Conference Tournament with UF on its way to a 15-13 mark, its best showing since 1985. Rumors of a players' rebellion swirled, but were not proven. see Coaches, page 4 ALLIGATOR PHOtOS Former UF quarterback and Helisman Trophy winner Spurrier took over the Gatars football team Dec. 31, 1989. r W 1-. L t j ,M I Randy Reese led Up's swim teams to four national titles in U4 yearn. He left the woes's team In January, and quit the men's after an alleged argument with UP Athletlo Director Bill Amaparger overreimbursement fr $100 worth oafowdered juice. Sloan, who led the Gaters to their first Southeastem Conl frmiace champloasship In 1989, retired Oct. 31, 1J89 at the request of the University AthleIo Assoeleton. In September 1984, former head football coal, Hall replaced Chauley Pell during an NCAA investigation that turned up 107 violations In the football program. FIve years later, Hall resigned after a UF Internal investigaton revealed he paid assistant coaches from his personal accounts.

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P. 04 ALiATOR PHOTO UF men's long jumper Dion Bentley leaps into the role of team leader. UF track squads seek elusive NCAA crowns By MAlT FOGLESON Al igator Wr'ter The 1OO of edition of the I woumer I [ick team will aronglN reselbe ne !r8o9-90 edition that won Ih SFEdi icoor meet and placed eighth vi he \( IA nt'cdoor mce[ Ia t, e oers lAds Gatlr whoci)3h ed t rear'oNCAAoutcoor ierv %i rer l 'he team [his rar The rye:' onicipate another strong team depe losing several of :ast Near s lop pe rIormiers Women> head coach Beserlv Kear ney, wfho was named the N\CA' s In door CoaLfh o the Near after ner ueam coo, -trd place at the \CAA indoor met! wil. have an easier job [his year it junior tprimer Anita Howard returns to torn' atter suffering a strained quad u lte Ha: damped her outdoor season How ard hold' tour I sprint ret ords and has Aan seven All Amernia honors in her two Nears it I but raised nost of the outdoor season Joining her will be Tasha Downing, Dorchelle Webster and sophomore Kim Mitchell, who combined with Howard 'o win the IAWOmcrer relay at last Near's NCAA outdoor meet Webster, a junior, is also the team's top hurdler Downing and Mitchell, along with Howard, are expected to make a formidable sprint team Junior javelin thrower Cidy Herceg, also an NCAA qualifier last year, and junior shot-put thrower Raelene Carter balance the team' speed with strength Distance runner Wend Frazier and high jumper MIana Gallon, alho Are consistent point scorers and NCAA participants who return this year The men, meanwhile, will reiv ieavil on sophomore k0mcig Jumper Ian Bentley, junior sprinter [vronei Kemp and sophomore epnnter \Iar el Carter It the 1.F men are to repeat ist year's success -there finished fourth at he NCAA outdoor meet atI third at the indoors -head coach John Webb will have to compensate for the loss of last year's seniors That is no easy 'ask considering the list includes 800 runner Mark Everett, who was on the United States'Olympi team in 1988. record-breaking javelin thrower Tom Pukstys. hurdler Ertl Diamond. who holds UF records for the indoor 55-meter hurdles and the outdoor 110 hurdles, and shot put and discus thrower Russell Willit, who Webb once called "the most talented combination thrower we've ever had under us" 1 COACHES from page 3 To leave Auburn, a fixture in the women's NCAA Championship (arme, Ross first needed some answers -The questions I had, they were able to answer to my satisfaction," Ross said "There's a reason for wainmg, and [ wanted to see what that was at this end I thank they want a winning basketball program And Ross, who played for Ole Miss' nationallyranked teams of [he early 1980s before joining with the Lu Tigers, knows a little bit about winning "Hopefully, we can experience some of it here," Ross said "The girls here are hungry to win, but they probably don't yet know what it takes The only thing [hat wil disappoint me is if they're not willing to take that exiia step" The biggest, and most curious, hole in the athlete department was left by men and women's swimming coach Randy Reese, who led UF to four national title I t Near, fHe announced m January he was dropping the "womel 'ron his tile to concentrate on the meni squad Reese then resigned from that post in April A disagreement with Arnsparger over reimbursemer or S100 worth of powdered juice reportedly led to Reese', departure Match Ivey, a former Olympian and Olympic coach, takes over the women's swim team, Former 1F assistant Skip Foster replaces Reese uLn the men's side, a move that required less energy than, say, a quick lap around the pool. I Ne got the same office," Fostersaid "All I had to do was change the sign on my door Although he was promoted to possibly the top coach ing position in collegiate swimming, Foster can't help but feel uneasV about the circumstances "It's a little awkward in that everyone here came to Florida to swim for Randy Reese," Foster said "It makes it tough that I know there are kids here who get along with me, but would rather swim with Randy. But that's perfectly understandable." + M Nw ,00II~IIIII F Wo oui YM S' 1 376-8400 Z eV Gator M,,,V,,EW PIHIM -Fliii,"rk *0' reS ad Year a gal -el Us GYM r ioc. Year -g3 w S PE r wl or 376-8400 tn IV' 95 a II, -M .S, opgidearlqI~ Buffet Now Srig Ich Buffe Supper BuffetLUNCH BUFFET Monday thiu Frday 11 30 ad to 130 pm SUPPER BUlFFET r.-Sunday thri Thursday 6 00pm to 8 pci Enoy a geot sekrtion of .0ind ho apnas bread sacks and desserts allylar pust $299 Add IS for smLeddbr Pizza34mn STRE1 T P'LAZA V 376-3334

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It's competetive. And it's dangerous. But to Gator athletes andfans,gymnastics is more than a sport ALIGAToR Moros JunIor Christina McDonald holds UF's third-best beam record (9.8), and was captain of the 1986 Canadian Olympic squad. BY RONALD DOUPONT J. Alligator Writer kay, quick: In terms of average attendance at UF sporting events, name the three biggest sports. Got it? Are you sure? Here they are in descending order Football, mnsbasketball and women'sgymnastics. Yes, gymnastics. For a sport that is generally obscure at most universities, gymnastics not only has a massive following at Uf, complete with its own 300.member fan club, but the team also has one of the best shots of winning a national title this year In fact, UF holds many of the nation's gymnastics attendance records and once came 400 people shy of selling out the O'Connell Center -an amazing feet when you consider that no collegiate gymnastics team has ever sold out an auditorium. Coached by a Canadian woman who was the United States' 1980 Olympic coach, the UFgymnastics program has won 81 percent of its games since her arrival in 1980. Further, it has won 96 percent of its games at home, losing to only four of the 90 teams it has faced in the O'Connell Center in the past decade And in what was its worst-record season ever at 12 wins and 10 losses last spring, If placed tenth at the national finals compenti tion I has never placed lower than 10th in the nation in the past decade With that legacy behind them, this year's team will have three former Olympians, two AllAmericans and a woman nicknamed "Air" -a gymnast with some of the highest flips and leaps in the sport There's a lot of depth now,' LIF dssistA11 coach Brad Wunderlich said, pouncing to a highly successful recruiting effort "They're the type of people who can pull it off at a big meet there's going to be some excuing things Just how good is this year's team Con sider the fact that the team will have somewherearound 13 members, but can compete only six of them on any one event, whether it's the balance beam, the uneven parallel bars, the vault or the floor exercise. "I didn't recruit anyone who couldn't get the scores we need at the national championship," Wunderlich said. "I told them very frankly what we expect of them Florida's top players this year include Senior Pam Titus -In her fresh man year, she was nicknamed 'Air' Titus be cause ofher incredibly high leaps and flips. Now she's one of the best She finished in the top eight in the nation on the bars in her sophomore year and did the Sanme thing a year later on the floor -making her an All-American twice She holds UF's floor record with a 9 9 Senior Tracy Wilson -A former member of the Canadian national tearn. Wilon could be the nation's premier beam performer this year She finished fourth ri i lie nation last season Junior Christina McDonald -( aptaun of the 1988 Canadian Olympic squad, McDonald is known or her ballet-type routines on the floor, where she flits, spins and leaps with seemingly little effort She holds UIs third-best bars record (9 8) and third-best beam record (9 8) Junior Lynette Wittmeier -Another Canadian Olympian, Wittmeier is powerful, winning two all-around titles in her freshman year She was sidelined last year with an injury but is expected to be a key performer this year Wittmeier holds LIF's third-best vault record (97), third-best beam (98)and sixth-bestall-around (38 65) Freshman Lisa Panzirom -A former U.S. Olympian, Panzironi is one of UFs new recruits She has placed high in several international competitions, excelling on the uneven bars and floor events. She could be the nation's top freshman this year Recruiting gymnasts to the UF squad was not that difficult, Wunderlich said Not only are gymnasts lured to UF by the fact that it is one of only two teams to qualify for every NCAA finals, gymnasts are stunned by I's crowds. They are used to only afew hundred people -sometimes a few dozen -attending their meets Having as many as 7,000 to 10.000 people cheer at a meet is a scale reached at the Olympics -and at UF "(Lisa) Stocker did not consider UFa top choice," Wunderlich said. "But after she came here (to visit dunng a meet), there was no other choice," Not only are t's crowds larger, they are far more appreciative and more knowledgeable about the sport than crowds elsewhere, both UF officials and spokespersons from other universities have said. When UF travels to other schools, they are often met by a hostile crowd that boos and attempts to make gymnasts fall off the various apparatus. And that'sdangerous, UF Coach Ernestine Weaver said. For example, gymnast Karen Brennalt last season landed on her head in vault practice and had trouble moving for days. The threat of injury may be why UF fans don't boo the opposition, gymnast Christina McDonald said. It's a dangerous sport," she said "I find AE(;tfT 201%, NSF, SPORI5 that our tans area little more educated They appreciate it if you fall and get back up I've seen a couple broken necks in my day If you fall and get back up, that's very ipor[ant nhe Florida crowds are so well liked and so large that Georgia College. a very small school, requests each year to be placed on ULI home schedule AmeetU F, where tusandsof UFfans cheer them on, is arguably better than (heir own home meet, where only a 100 lanq show up, said Georgia College (oach Ge,i Martiny We really enjoy your meets, he said When we go to other sco1i ls, the crowds are really unruly, like at the UniversiIy of Georgia Yours is the only place where the booster club copies and asks us if we need anything that booster club, called the Gator Gym nflstis Gang, boasts about 300 members, consisting of Gainesville families, as well as 1F students Mary Francis Sheppard, past president and long-standing member of the club, credits the club's scze to the type of audience at meets "It's a pretty knowledgeable crowd that enjoys the performance as well as the compeition," she said "We're known for being a sophisicated audience, a classy audience Weaver said she and her husband James, who has announced UF meets for years, taught the crowd about the spxrt early on. showing them its artistic porous. "It's like a sculpture, ike a work of art' she said "It's not just an aihluic competiion It's a show Senior ing a record Pam 'Air' Titus smiles after eam9.9 for her floor routine, a UF score. Gators gymnastics coach Ernestine Weaver has lst only four home games since arriving from the U.S. Olympic team In 1980.

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a 8, SPORTS NSE. AUGUST20 1990 Volleyball team set for season By CHERYL BOSSEN Alligator Wdter 'he UF women's volleyball team finished the 1989-90 season with a 17-l2overall record and 3-5 in the Southeastern Conference The team also fin ished 19th nationally in block average. The Lady Gators began with a six-match winning streak atone end of the season and ended with a five-game winning streak on the other They finished in sixth place in the SEC final standings. Every player but one either setorted at least two personal records, and former player Roni Armeda was named to the All-Southeastern Conference second team Out of last season's 13member team, seven Lady Gators will return Amy Bruscia and Lenee Hill have transfered to other schools Heidi Anderson and Lisa Bonk are the returning starters for the 1990-91 women's volleyball team UF volleyball coach Marilyn McReavy signed five athletes to national letters-of-intent to compete for the Lady Gators this season. Two of the players will enter UF this fall as juniors. McReavy obtained her 500th career coaching victory after the third Gator win last season. She assumed leader. ship of the team in 1984, when volleyball was reinstated to varsity status at Florida for the first time since the 1978 season + Lisa Bonk will return to the UF volleyball team this season. women's ATTACK from page 2 inside track toward the end of spring practice, But Morris had what he called his worst day of the spring in the Orange and Blue game. Fox, the Big Ten's Rookie of the Year in 1988, missed the contest with a broken bone in his right foot. Meanwhile, Shane Matthews tossed three touchdown passes and [ex Smith turned in a solid performance, leaving the Gaters with a pile-up at the top of the quarterback depth chart. "It won't matter who we put out there," Reaves said, "Steve Spurrier is the best there is, and he'll have them ready." The Gators' spring crash course in Spurrier 101 was their first taste of the new offense. When fall practice starts, lF will have to chew, swallow and digest the entire system in a hurry as it opens with Oklahoma State and then travels to Tuscaloosa "I'm a little concerned playing Oklahona State and Alabama so early," Spurrier said. 'Were not where we should be.' r; defense 4s almost where defensive coordinator Jim Bates says it needs to be. "All we're looking to do when two-a-day (fall practices) start is refine," said Bates, who spent last year with Tennessee's nationallyranked defense. Making sure Bates' schemes work will be A-Anericans Huey Richardson and Richard Fain, who will return along with six other defensive starters. Richardson set a Up record last year with 12 1/2 sacks despite missing the first two games of the season after being suspended. Fain, a second-team All-Ameican, was rated the nation's second best cornerback by The Sporting News in the pre-season before being slowed by a shoulder injury that required surgery in January. "We have several guys who we think wil key our defense," Bates said. "But Richardson and Fain are definitely two of our leaden. I kind of like our chances."+ I FM WONl(~q 6~IFI w -h 'h.s d m l j r 1 Year V99 Fall Term US 203 N W Omh ST't 3 Weeks o376-8400 taninmr S195 3 "1~~' Ae" sA -w S nu Win 'his ad IYea, k:9 Fall Teem, le Sc0~Yea, F Wsss 71 an3 N W fil STINET 376-8400 Salt Its responsfole for a lot more than seasoning your food It can also contribute to high blood pressure a risk factor for stroke and heart attack Its a habit you can't afford not to shake Amserican Heart :U1 FGIUTiR FD VOL~tI a.-tu SME GAMS OPEN LATE r ---Ir$3.99 ------Pizza Bar & 'led. Coke L M -F Campus 136 NW 131h St 373-8161 r~., 11:30 -3:30 E Oaks Mall Plaza (Next to Toys-R-Us) 331 1011 .akers -----------I 9 FULL LOUNGE PRO SHOP LEAGUES NOW FOWEING HERE HOW YOU FIND US. We're located south of Archer Rd. off of S.W. 34th St. in the S.W. Industrial Park. Going south on 34th St. turn right at S.W. 42nd Ave. Give us a call at 373-3833, for directions. %ou are cordially invited to attend the Fall Career Expo 'lace: The 0 'Conneff Center Date: September 14, 1990 Time: 9:30 am -3:30 pm Be sure to attend the Pre Expo information session on August 8th firom 7pm -9pm in the Reitz Union Auditorium. or mo information about ayo events, contact the Carter source Center at 392-1601 or stop by B1I in thfe 9nia Union and attfi for as in theA Mwiator GO BOWLING AT 0 I ES SI a -9

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AUGUST20I990,NSE.SPOJS,9 New coach, old stars lead UF women By MIKE SCHULTZ Alligator Writer A new era n Gator basketball begins this fall there is new leadership, not only on the men's side where long-term [on replaces interim Don, but also on the women's side where Carol Ross replaces Carol Whitmire as head coach of the Lady Gators "I'm excited about being here," said Ross, who accepted the job at UF in April. "I wanted o be partofthenew wave ofcoach es coming to Florida. I think the future isbright here 'The wave includes Lon Kruger, who re places Don DeVoe, football coach Steve Spurner and swimming coach Skip Foster Ross takes over a Gators squad that posted a 15-13 record last season, the club's best finish in five years, However, in conference play, the Gators had a dismal 1-8 re cord Ro,, s familiar with the Southeastern Conference, having spent the past seven seasons as an Auburn assistant coach 'le last five of thoseyears she was Auburn's top assistant and chief recruiter She shares the opinion of many who say the SEC is the toughest conference in women's basketball It will take a lot of hard work to turn that conference record around, but Ross said she feels she has a good nucleus of players to work with. "Realistically, there is a lot of work io be done,butI'mupforthechallenge and I think the players are too." Ross said "rhey are hungry.' Four starters from last season's team retorn for the Lady Gators Rhvona Smith returns for her final season, having led the Gators in scoring and rebounding the past two years. The forward netted 15 points a game last season while grabbing eight rebounds Smith was a seond team All-SEC selection last year Guard Sophia Witherspoon also returns for her final campaign as a Lady Gator The second leading scorer last season for UF, Witherspoon was also a second team AllSEC selection LaTonya McGhee returns at center for ULF after a fine showing as a freshman last year Ihe Lady Gators third-leading scorer last season, McGhee was an honorable mention on the All-SEC freshman team Also returning will be tifoos-2 forward Lrka Lang, who was fourth in scoring and rebounding lost season Those four players provide the solid nucleus, but a big question mark exists for the Lady Goors at point guard The departure of Camille Ratledge leaves a gaping hole at that position for L, Ratledge, a second team All-SEC selection, finished her career as the SEC's all-time leader in career assists. Ifone of the lady Gatsrs recrniscan step see Women, page 10 PRIMO BICYCLE SALE ROSS ATB $199" 12 spd Index Shifting PEUGEOT ATB $224" a Alloy Wheels TREK 800 $279" \\1 1* Full Feature ATB OAKLEY, NIKE, SPEEDO, PROFILE, TRI FIT, O'vb'.s SCOT, POWER BAR, ETONIC, SAUCONY, SHIMANO EXPERT SERVICE & REPAIRS 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 1124 W. University Ave. 371-9650 MILLHOPPER SQUARE 4205 NW 16th Blvd 373-4812 I DOES SINGING MAKE YOUR WORLD GO ROUND? 1 1T SPINNING, STOP MEN'S CLEE CLUB MUN 1330 Sw 2437 1st rmhearsal Aug. 28 3:00 pm 142 Music Building WOMEN'S CHORALE MUN 1320 Sec. 2436 1st rehearsal Aug. 28 3:00 pm 120 Muse Building ICwmflstuchwel, 1128tMukbsullngl 3non Youl' be GLAD You DID. IF'" Workout riN!fill it, t* Iut,& ad Fae,m$65 GYMo I acdn SoS' i 376-8400 3 Yoko. 0' donnOiS FraTfinld FfI Check Lost and Found in the alligator classifieds. I Ia i Do you have what it takes to be the voice of gator volleyball? To find out about auditions. call 375-4683 Ext 6600 Deadline: Wednesdal. August 29 9MR1111111 .M. .X

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to SPORS NSE, AUGUS20 l990 Men's basketball team aims to erase 1989-90 memories By MATr FOGLESON Alligator Writer ALUGATOR p1o to Stacey Pool., the Gatorm' MP powerforward, is expected to recover from off-season knee surgery In time for the men's basketball team's opening day match, new head coach Lon Kruger said. WOMEN from page 9 in and fill the void left by the loss of Ratledge as Ross hopes, the lady hoopsters may be able to improve on last season's 1-8 conference record Besides Ratledge, the Lady Gatos lost two other valuable players to graduation, Ann Glasse and Casandra Washington That may create depth problems for UF, leaving inexperienced playn.w. 10Fiilni I :: W koul Fal 1~ffl S2O3NV Sil slEET Sc-oc ya 8 376-8400 ---6 I Forout wi tis ad I Year 599 FrI Trm M Stirs! Year Mt 3 r el Sof wners 1199 203 N IN Or STEET 376-8400 SFe -D ers coming in to give the starters a rest 'Those starters will need a rest if Ross employs her proposed wide open, fast-paced style of play. "I prefer a fast-paced game,"Ross said. "Me fasterthe better, butwith control." Ross said she will also use a fullcourt pressure defense, which should supply offense in the form of transition baskets. + FOLK MASS sunday 7:00 Pm tig~nin -as Come and celebrate God's continuing gift of love to us. After last year's disastrous 7-21 season, the UF basketball team gets a new look this season. Lon Kruger, the former Kansas State head coach, took UFPs helm in April and brought in an entirely new staff. Kruger said he hopes this years squad can bring back the support the team enjoyed two years ago when it won the Southeastern Conference title and regularly sold out the O'Connell Center. "At Kansas State, the cornerstone for enthusiasm is the student body," said Kruger, who led the Wildcats to four straight NCAA tournaments.''We're looking forward to the same thing here." 'The UF team lost much of its support last year when senior center Dwayne Schintzius and junior forward Livingston Chatman quit the team after the forced resignations of former head coach Norm Sloan and his assistants. Without the duo, the team was suddenly transformed from an experienced team to a diminutive group of inexperienced players led by unpopular interim coach Don DeVe. At the outset of the 1989-90 season, the teams goal was to defend their 1989 SEC title. By mid-season, they were hoping to avoid breaking the UP record for consecutive losses. The Gators seemed destined to break the record of 14 straight losses, but pulled out a surprising 76-63 victory over then-15thranked LSU to avoid their 15th S T me i.s -am* Atmosphere! Triy 1/2 PH"c Eliuw alm 9%"wday (by a~pinmM pas mma'l.-sat almms 18.00 o2i.)wrv*y 20.00fu 0ljA& 5.00 kia3cws 15.00 fTa&u Missw. iss loss in a row. Since then, things have been looking a bit more optimistic for the Gators. Kruger said Chatman, who averaged 12.6 points and seven rebounds per game, will return to the team and Stacey Poole, the 1990 team's most valuable player, might recover from off-season knee surgery in time for the start of this season. "It's difficult to say anything for sure, but we anticipate that he'll be ready from day one," Kruger said. Poole, a 6-footsophomore who spent most of last year at power forward, sat out the 1988-89 season with injuries to his Achilles' tendon, but returned last year, averaging 10 points and 4.3 rebounds per game Seniors Dwayne Davis and Renaldo Garcia will join Chatrman and Poole to form the nucleus of the team. Davis, who stands 6-led-? and weighs a muscular 215 pounds, will probably play center. He scored 12.3 points and pulled down 8.5 rebounds per game last year. Ihe 6-foot-7 Chatman and Poole will join Davis in the frontcourt. Garcia, who scored 11.6 pointsper game lastyear, will likely man one guard position. Senior BJ. Carter, junior Brian Hogan and sophomores Hosie Grimsley and Scott Stewart are also expected to vie for playing time in the backcourt, while sophomore Travis Schintzius and junior Tim Turner will be likely frontcourt backups. Willie Jackson, who also plays football, will see time in the backcourt and frontcourt. C7 "We' looking forward to hainga groupof players that like to play." Kruger said. "I think this is a group of young players that wants to do well." Kruger said UF fans can expect to see a team that relies less on a powerful style of play than previous teams. "We look to shoot it and play some good defense,"Kruger said. "The SEC has improved tremendously over the last four or five years' To keep up with the competition, Kruger signed three highscoring recruits during the off season: Craig Brown, a 6-foot-3 guard who scored 18 points per game for Highspire High in Steelton, Pa. last year; Carlos McMillian, a -foot4 guard who averaged 23 points and 16 rebounds per game last year at Chattahoochee High; and Louis Rowe, a 6-foot-7 guard/forward who scored 17 points per game last year for Lakewood High in St. Petersburg. Though the team finished dead last in the SEC last year, three starters -Chatman, Davis and Garcia -will return from 1989's champion squad. "TIere is a good nucleus that returns,"Kiuger said."Asagroup there is good, experienced leadership. These are people who have been through the competitiveness of the Southeastern Conference. They appear to be interested in working hard and having a good ball club."+ 124 W. University A-. 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WU2,,Sl'OM1, NSE.AUGIJSU2(990 Gators By GUERRY SMITH Aligator Writer UF baseball coach Joe whose goal every year is actorss to make the College Series, cannot wait to era memories of a disheartein season [he Gators set a team re losses with 30, and a late charge did nothing to sale year for Arnold, who complex se;: .th year as the Gators' "it was a nightmare," h "I'm very disappointed in -crd (29-30), but it's over I looking forward to next yea With five top hitters ret including former batting a leaders Mario Linares and F Perry, the Gators will have lineup And all but one r pitcher will also return, leas, Gators a solid base that the will prevent a repeat of last The team's youth hurt stantly, but the experien freshmen contributors gai 1990 could prove invalua 1991, Arnold said 'We had 12 freshmen roster and only three exper players returning," Arnold made it very difficult to p thing together on a con basis, But of the five fresh mi played regularly, four of the trying to im good years. and [ expect them to -__ improve Arnold, 'he perforfor the nances of freshWorld mei Rick Bruton se the mold Doug Brenng 1990 nan impressed Arnold the most ord for Britton became season the third consecage the Ut ve freshman > ted his lead the tearn in coach hitting, finishing e said, with a 322 batthe reting average. 'm just Brennan, 5-5, finr shed second on during, the team with a nd RIM 4 05 earned run ferbert average a solid Pritton had a regular line year and is ing the going to be a real y hope steady player for season us, Arnold said. it con "Brennan won cE the some big ball ned in games for us ble in Sophomore UF starter Jo John Pricher best in the S on our emerged as the Arnold hopes ienced ce of the Gators' College Worl aid "It staff, posting a 6Lt any3 record with two saves His 2.71 sistent ERA led the team and was second IT in the Southeastern Conference. ends wL m had Three Bedrooms are our specialty. I ra. Wolkout Wh inIS ad I Year, 9 F0all Te S 203 N W asi STREET 3 Weeks ol 376-8400 tanng $19 95 %s BI Raindrops keep falling on your head? Find a home in the Alligator Classifieds 373-FIND But John Burke, who led the prove on hn Pricher's tea-rleading 2.71 El outheastern Conference last sea Pricher will help lead the 1991 Series. nation in stnkeouts per ame innlings, could be the pivotifal player. He hadcontrol problems asa fresh man and won only two games, but nightmare' Arnold expects him to improve dramatically as a sophomore "He has a great fastball, but he also has a very good breaking ball," Arnold said "He has all the tools to be a very good professional player." Arnold also can breathe easy when considering center field, roamed by juniorto-be Dave Majeski Majeski hit 314 and stole a team-high 20 bases in 1990 One player the Cators will miss is Eric Martinez, who obtained a release from the ALIGOATOR PHOTO team after strngRA was second gling academiso". Coach Joe cally He led UF Gartes to the in home runs and runs batted in as a junior, and was the only Gator who made the AllSEC team. Martinez was named to the second team. GOOD HOME COOKING STUDENT Shortstop Gregg Castaldo and season pitcher Chris 12w also left the team UF will also have to replace outfielder Mike Moberg, the sparkat the top of the Gators' lineup Moberg, who sat out most of 1989 after injuring his knee in an outfield collision, bounced back to hit 303 with a school-record tying 23 doubles, Lops in the SEC, Another hole Arnold will have to fill is at second base, where Bill Minnis played for two years after transferring from an Arizona junior college. Minnis hit .313 with 28 RBIs after a junior season that saw him pound 11 home runs and knock in 46 runs. Arnold signed three freshmen recruits and three junior college players to help replace the graduates and transfers. Shortstop Kevin Polkovich, from Gulf Coast Community College, probably will start immediately. "He's just a great shortstop," Arnold said "He has outstanding hands.' 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litd AUGUST S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 135 16 17 18 012922 21 22 23 24 295 352 82 0OdsyAg3 '6 21 C 29 ,0 31 1-9 9 1 UF Critical Dates & Information SErEMBER MARCH S M T W T F S S M T W T F _L FALL 1990 2 3 4 5 6 7 a 3 4 5 6 7 2 9 Registration. Aug. 22-24 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Classes Begin.Aug. 27 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 1 9 20 21 22 23 Drop/Add. .2 2 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 4 9 6 27 28 29 30 Add On9 30 31 ~ Classes Suspended -Labor Day ..-. Sept. 3 C asses Suspended -Homecoming .-. Oct. 19OCrMBER AMRL Last day to drop a course by petition *. Nov. 2. AAM T W T F S 5 M T W T SClaSSeS SuSipended -Veteran's Day .N v. 12 1 2 3 4 s 6 1 2 3 .5 6 C asses Suspended -Thanksgiving. .N .22-23 7 8 9 1 0 1 1 12 13 7 8 9 1 0 11 1 2 13 Deadline to withdraw from UF. .No,. 30 14 1S 16 17 18 16 20 14 I 16 17 18 19 20 Classes E ..2 14 2 1 2 22 25 26 27 2 1 22 23 24 25 26 27 Final E am .1. 62. 2. Dec. 152 1 25 29 3 21 2 029 3Cecement._. ..Dec. 22 NOVEMBER MAY SPRING 1991 S M T W T F S S M T W T F S Registration.--._. .m. ..Jan. 4 1 2 13 1 2 3 4 Classes Begin. .....Jan. 7 4 5 6 7 11 7 9Drop/Add. ---. ...376 Jan. 7-9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 12 13 14 15 1 07 Add O 1 .0 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 No Classes -Martin Luther King, 3r Da8 a. 12 225 2 26 27 28 29 223 2 26 27 2 0 29 8401 31. ..5 0 76446-F ot"l 25 2 27 8 2 30 6 2720 9 30 31Last day to drop a course by petition ...Feb. 1 i i a Spring Break ...t. .e. Mar. 11--15 DECEMBER JUNE Deadline to withdravdfrom UF 0. .S.pecApr 12 S M TW F S S M T W T F S ClasssEnd. ....S.e 5 Apr 26 1 1 F al Exams. ..-. .Apr 27-May 4 Display Aidve tisinig .37 "-482 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Commencement. May 4 Clifids.373-FIND 9 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 310 2 14 1 4 5 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 1.1 67 18 I1 20 21 22 SUMMER 1991 News .37 458 23 4 2 26 27 28 29 24 25 26 27 28 29 Registration.-. ...May 10 Business .37 144 6 Fo 13 0 7l0 2730 31 20 031Classes Begin -Summer A, C. 24.24 -May 13 Foo2ba Drp Acd. ....May 113-134 JANUARY JULY Classes Suspended -Memoral Day-. 1 q. May 27 FDate Opponent Location Time S M T W T F S S M T W T F S Lastdaytodropan(A)course Special Edit.ons Set 8 Okahoma Sta Home 400 1 2 13 14 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 by petition. .-..-2. .June 7 Editi Sept. 15 Alabama Tuscaloosa 2 30 6 7 8 9 10 1 12 7 a 10 11 12 13 Deadline to withdraw from UF (ALn. 7.Ed.iiJe 7Deadline Printed Sept. 22 Fm1an Home 4300 13 14 15 16 17 15 16 14 15 1: 14 17 1 79 20 Classes End. .._ Sept. 29 M iSSsippi State Home 30 2 2122 a3 2 9 2 26 2 22 3 4 252 7Gauatin ...June 21 Ga0 G away Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 6 LSU Home 130 27 28 29 230 31 2 29 30 31 9H202122n Oct. 15 Oct. 19 Oct 13 Tennssee Knoxville 1 00 24meg r 2 222627002930. .eJ une 241 28 Holday Gift Guide No, 20 Nov. 27 .20 Akrxn (H mc1 1-g) Home 1 30 FEBRUARY AUGUST Classes Begin -Summer B .uly I Moo y(nprngru eak Feb. TB FebB ot 27 AubunHoe 13 S M IF W T F S, S M T W T F S Dropi(Add. ._. m._.July 1-2 Lovelines Feb. 7 Felb. 14 No. 10 AG bori Hdo e 130 1 2 1 2 3 Classes Suspended -Independence Day. ..July 4 Health Tab Feb. 12 Feb. 19 Nov. 17 GEorgcka Jacksone 130 3 4 5 6 7 a 9 4 5 6 7 8 9 10Last day to drop a Course by petition ..July 26 Studnt Living Guide Mar 20 Mar 27 Nov. 27 Kenuky Lxno 13 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 6 11 12 13 14 15 16 ;7 Deadline to withdraw from UF .-. ..__A ug. 2 A ,moiatien April 3 April 10 No. 24 FopeaSttnT~ -0 17 is 19 20 21 22 23 16 19 20 21 22 23 24 Classes End .-. ...-...Aug. 9 New Student Edition TBA Aug 19 D c ln aSae Tlaase 20 242 62 8 2S2 72 93 1 Cmecement 10 Wei A 26 All times ame local and subject to change. .--.Aug come Back ug TBA