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DEBBIE CENZIPER said Provost Andrew Sorensen, UF's top
academic officer. "We're doing what we
Alligator Staff Writer
have to do."
As the state budget tightened again Santa Fe Community College Presi- 04,
this week, UF administrators decided dent Larry Tyree said so far the school
that canceling most summer classes is has not planned any semester cuts, but
the least painful way to chop about$8.4 SFCC has frozen all travel expenses,
million from the school's budget. vacant faculty positions and purchasesof
UF President John Lombardi scram any equipment not needed immedi-
bled to meet with campus atelv.
officials Wednesday after If that's not enough,
the governor instructed all SFCC may dip into its re-
state agencies to cut their serve accounts and trim its
budgets 5 percent.At .' spring class schedule,
UF, that budget ax Tyree said. Ss1Y
will fall on the Summer A If UPS proposal is ap-
and Summer C semesters, proved in Tallahassee,
administrators decided Sorensen said the next step
Wednesday. will be finding classes
"There is no solution taught only during summer
that is painless,"Lombardisaid. and trying to offer them in "1
This i i is a really! bone ... the<< spring. .
marrow Kina 01 debt, ana Sorensen Ufr won't completely PP'Y.
it isn't going to be ab- shut down during the sum- 0 AA

sorbed easily or happily." mer, he said. Research labs, Shands .,-
The UF proposal to cancel the sum- Hospital, computer labs and UF librar-
mer terms will go before state education ies will remain open.
officials this week. State Rep. David Flagg, D-Gaines-
To students who plan to graduate in ville, said the loss of money cannot be
the summer, the cuts may mean waiting blamed on the Legislature, but on set, )
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another semester to graduate, or load Florida's fluctuating and fragile econ-
ing up spring schedules to leave on time. omy, which generates its revenue un- i skill
To faculty, the canceled classes may predictably each year.
mean fewer paychecks.The University budgets, based on last
budget trimming also will curtail year's income, are planned months in
UF's hiring, travel expenses and possibly advance, and if there's a decrease in
even promised faculty raises. revenue and an increase in spending, rT"1; :; ,"W.;.' .I'.. '':J.'f; i .>..' p", :.,..".J.r..v.. .:;,../- I
Student Government,UF's Infirmary, deficits add up, he said. J.s. SULLIVAN
the Reitz Union and UF Housing, whichall "Not only are we not getting what we Block seatingPaul
depend on fees generated by tuition, expected,but we're getting less than we Painter, left, and Joe Shumon of Painter Masonry work on the supports for the
also will have to juggle- their budgetsand expected," Flagg said. "It could have roof of the bus stop on the Park-and-Ride lot Wednesday afternoon. ,
cut corners. I
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I ROTC students won't help with search for clues I

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By DONYA CURRIE About 15 ROTC advisers will Although he has not been they could join in the search. "What's a walk in the woods for
Alligator Staff Writer join the Game and Freshwater Fish charged in the murders, police "They always try to stress aca- some people is a matter of life and
Commission, the Florida National searched Humphrey's Gainesville demics ahead of anything else," death to us," he said. "If you trip
While 200 police and military Guard, Gainesville police and Florida apartment along with his car and said Mike Matthews, a UF senior on a mine, you're dead."
personnel spend the next two days Department of Law Enforce- family home in Indialantic.The who is the training officer for the Investigators are no closer to
tramping through Gainesville ment at 7 this morning to start murder task force organ Army's Fightin' Gator Batallion. "I making an arrest in the stabbing
woods in search of clues to last searching the woods. ized the search after learning Hum- would gladly help if I didn't have deaths of Sonja Larson, ChristinaP.
month's murders, ROTC students Gainesville police are In chargeof phrey was fond of camping out and class. I'm disappointed, because I Powell, Christa Leigh Hoyt,
invited on the mission will be sit- the search for evidence, that going on military-style "reconnaissance know a lot of people who would Tracy Paules and Manuel
ting in class. could either clear or convict UF missions" in the woods surrounding help if they could." Taboada, Darnell said, but today's
"They called and asked us to freshman Edward Lewis Hum- his Hawaiian Village The Florida National Guard is search could turn up some valu-
participate,but we determined that phrey, police spokeswoman Lt. apartment. sending 42 troops to Gainesvillefrom able information.
we couldn't risk the liability. said Sadie Darnell said. Humphrey, 18, Brown said police asked for help Ocala and Lake City, Sgt. "This is a step that's done in an
Col.James Brown,a UF aerospace is one of four top possible suspectsin from some of the UF ROTC's 600 Steven Wolf said. The guardsmenwill investigation of this type to eliminate
professor who assigns ROTC ca- the murders of five students. students because cadets would be use mine sweepers, a type of us overlooking anything,"
dets to duty. "We didn't want par- Humphrey is being held in a perfect for the job. metal detector, to search the Darnell said. "The search teams
ents calling and asking why these Brevard County jail after allegedly They initially called our cadets woods. will be looking for anything un-
students were hurt when they beating his grandmother. He also because they thought we might bea The military spends a lot of time usual in the wooded area.
should be in class." has been charged with aggravated little more disciplined and more training out in the forests here,"
Although Gainesville police'invited assault for an incident last monthat astute in reconnaissance and train- Wolf said. "We would better be "It's a very tedious process, and
e the cadets to help, ROTC UFs Pi Lambda Phi fraternity ing," he said. able to see if something was out of it's something no one" looks for
ward to to do.
officials said their students could house and a 1988 attempted sexual Some student cadets said, al- place. This is good training for having
,fall or get bitten by snakes in the assault and armed burglary in In- though they understood their them to get the equipment out and Alligator staff writer Geoff Boucher
wood is.u3 dian River County. officers' reluctance, they wished use it. contributed to this report.
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Ending the hate:The Community in Reitz Union Rooms 346. 347 and Confidential support: A support
Against Hate Crimes will set up a 349. Retailers from 16 companieswill group for UF students who are HIV+ I 3 Blocks North 319 NW ol Campus 13th SI on 13th Si 111 NW 6th 5t 373-5655
literature table today on the Plaza of be present. Call 3927166. meets weekly. Call Linda Lewis at
the Americas to promote ending all Equestrian club: The UF 392-1171.
hate-based violence. Call Jenny at Equestrian Club meets tonight in Project 99: A "Black History is Is Your World
378-5655. McCarty Hall Room 1108. Officers No Mystery" oral presentation will
Black Student Union: The Black meet at 7, others at 7:30.: Call Ravenat be tonight at 7 in Turlington Hall
Student Union meets tonight at 6 at 3368151. Room 2301. Call David at 3778875.
the Institute of Black Culture. Call Meeting and social hour: The UF Come sail away: The UF
334-8884 or 334-8026. College Libertarians meet tonight at Boardsailing Club meets tonight at '
Sink or scuba: The Gator Scuba 7:30: in Reitz Union Room 346. Social 7:30: on the Orange & Brew patio.
Club meets tonight at 6 at the hour after at the Orange & Brew. Call Victor or John at 3352717. (
Florida pool classroom. Tickets will Call 376-9179 or Mike at 371-9634. Russian:The Russian Club meets Av4 %
be collected for football game bloc Engineering: The 1991 EngineersFair tonight at 7:30: in Turlington Room
seating. Call David at 3354313. Committee meets today at 5:30: 2322. Everyone is welcome. Call 4e
Club Info: The Student Honors p.m. in Weil Hall Room 279. All Tony Lyon at 3345359.
Organization is hosting ActivitiesFair majors are welcome. Call Caryl Brazilian Portuguese: The
'90 tonight at 7 in the Weaver Brown at 3348426. Brazilian Portuguese Club meets
Hall Recreation Room. Call Lisa at Choice: The Students for Choice today at 5 p.m. at Farah's, 1121 W. tp
335-7428. meet this evening at 6 in Little Hall University Ave. Call 3922100.To .
Career Expo: The Career Expo Room 127. Call Randy at 336-7711. the rescue: The Gainesville
diversified student event forum is Arabic: The Arabic Culture Club Fire-Rescue Association meets $0
today from 2:30: to 4 in the Reitz meets tonight at 7 in Reitz Union tonight at 7 in Fire Station #2, west or
Union Auditorium. Rochelle Kaplan Room B-60. All UF students wel- of North-South Drive. Call Eric at
legal counsel for the College Place- come. Call Miles at 3361387. 3717370.
ment Council will speak. Receptionto Delta Sigma Pi: Delta Sigma Pi is The Art of Giving: The United We can help.
follow. Call 3921601. hosting a presentation by C&S Bank Way kicks off the 1990 campaignthis
SCEC: The Student Council for tonight at 7. All students are wel- morning at 7:30: in the Gaines
Exceptional Children meets today at come. Call 377-5697 or 334-6926. ville Hilton. The breakfast event is DepressionA Stress Management
3 in Norman Hall Room G315. Professional service organization open to the public and costs $6 per
Everyone is welcome. Call 3349631.Get : The Florida Rotaract meets person. Call 3781343. Anxiety Eating Disorders
tough: The Isshinryu Karate this evening at 6 in Reitz Union Israeli folk dancing: The B'nai
Club meets every Monday. Wednesday Room 337. Call Shawn or Jason at B'rith Hillel foundation meets Relationship Drug & Alcohol
and Friday from 4:30: to 6 p.m. in 3357657. tonight at 8 at 16 NW 18th St. for
the Women's Gym. Call Jeff at 335- The Blue Grotto Deep Sea Fish Israeli folk dancing. $1 for students, Conflicts Problems
5917. ing Adventure: The Great Outdoor $2 for others. Members are free.
Volunteer opportunities: The Recreation Program presents a full Call 3722900.
Peace Corps will meet today from 12 day of fishing Sept. 16 in St. Augus It's anonymous: The student private, caring
to 1 p.m. at the Reitz Union. Call Bea tine. Cost is $37.50 for students and group of Alchoholics Anonymousmeets
392-1845. $40 for the general public. Sign up in tonight at 8:30: at University PSYCHOLOGISTS & PSYCHIATRISTS

Pre-Expo forum: The Diversified Reitz Union Room 330 before 3 p.m. Methodist Church second floor,
Student Pre-Expo Forum is today Friday. Call Chris at 3921655. 1320 W. University Ave. Call Pat at 376-8700
from 2:30: to 4 in the Reitz For support: A support group for 335-1796 or Mike at 336-1332.
Auditorium with a reception from 4 family members and friends of AIAA: The American Institute of
to 5 in Reitz Union Rooms 121-123. someone who is HIV+ or has AIDS Aeronautics and Astronautics meets Insurance Accepted
Call Carol Kem at 3921601. will meet every other week begin tonight at 7 in Aerospace Building

Retail: The Retail Careers ning Sept. 24. Call Linda Lewis at Room 303. Call Bob North at 336- Associates for Evaluation & Therapy, P.A.Chesnut's .,
workshop is today from 1:30: to 4:30: 392-1171. 8178.




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THURSDAY.'SEPTEMBER 13,1990-AIUGATOR,3



I Accent brings former U.S. House speaker to UF 'I


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By PATRICIA LEE Wright, 67, was the U.S. House interests in legislation and with Brilliant said. "I just talked to hima week later about the Middle East
Alligator Writer majority leader for 10 years before breaking House rules that limited few minutes ago and he sounded crisis and other foreign issues.
bean g sworn in as outside Aarnlncrtspeaker pretty excited about the question-
Jim Wright, the former speakerof ; in 1987.: During through sales of f'hi; and-answer session here." Israeli Defense Minister

the U.S. House of Representatives his 35 years in book, "Reflections ofa Tonight's speech is Wright'sfirst Yitzhak Rabin will speak Nov. 6 on

who resigned last year amid Washington,he wrote Public Man." The appearance at UF,and Accentis tensions between Israelis and Pal-

charges of ethics violations, will major legislation re- charges were paying him $10,000, the averagefee estinians, Brilliant said.

speak to UF students about domestic garding foreign af- dropped when Wright for his university appearances,

and foreign political issues tonight fairs, economic resigned. Brilliant said. All speeches are free and will be

at 8 in the Florida Gym. development, water Since his resignation The former Speaker's speech is in the Florida Gym, except King's,

During his free speech, Wright conservation, education Wright has been the first in a series of lectures which will be in the O'Connell
will discuss several issues at home and energy. working on his memo Accent is offering this semester,he Center, he said.
But Wright, an 18- oirs and other books said.
and abroad, including the ongoing

Middle East crisis created last term Democrat from._ and.__h_is__a_consultant_ ____.._._to_ Coretta Scott King, widow of The spring schedule of speakershas
Worth Texas .
Fort ,
month when Iraq invaded Kuwait, isVright msuraneumpames.: : civil-rights activist Martin Luther
not been finalized, but Accent
best known for his He also has toured
Accent Chairman Rich Brilliant King Jr. and founder of the Centerfor
already has confirmed authorTom
forced resignation from the House the country, speaking at universi
said. last summer amid charges of 69 Nonviolent Social Change, is Wolfe for March 27, Brilliant said.
"Jim Wright has special insight violations of ethics rules. ties.His scheduled to talk about diversityOct. Wolfe is best known for his novel
will include
speech
a ques- 4 during People Awareness "
into how our government works, "The Bonfire of the Vanities,
tion-and-answer session that stu-
Brilliant said. "He will offer a good The House Ethics Committee Week. which is being made into a movie
dents should Brilliant said.
critical analysis of domestic is- charged Wright with accepting enjoy, Former U.S. Secretary of State starring Bruce Willis and Tom

sues." gifts from people who had direct "He loves to answer questions," Gen. Alexander Haig Jr. will talk a Hanks.





I SG approves revisedcampaigning rules ..c- County deemed




ready for filming
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By CARRIE SEGAL drop the issue and try the new I ro
changes brought about by an elec-
questions from production
Writer crews
Alligator
tion code revision committee he By KEN KUNDIS
regarding permits, local assistance
I Candidates running in Student said.Browne Alligator Writer and availability of equip-

Government elections, includingthe said there was a gray So, you want to be in pictures? ment," Hines said.

upcoming Oct. 10 elections, area between candidates cam- Then you may want to stay put in With Gainesville's rolling hills,
can start campaigning by word-of- paigning for student votes and par- Alachua County. the area offers scenic advantagesthat
mouth as soon t i e s other in the
Thanks to the efforts of the many areas state
as they want, campaigningfor Gainesville Area Chamber Com- do not, Hines said. And with the

student sena- Students students to merce, the county has earned the state's film production leader, Or-
tors decided now can run with them, lando hours he
certification of "camera ready"by only two away,
Tuesday. campaign informally called" "slat- the Florida Department of said he hopes more production
Students now ing.
Commerce's Film Bureau.In companies choose Gainesville as
can campaign for SG positionas "Duringwhat
any their locale.
informally for has been being so designated, the
any SG positionas far in advance of traditionallycalled county is officially prepared to Currently, the chamber is nego-
far in ad- 'slating handle the needs of film production tiating with three major film com-
an election as they and has received
and panies inquiries
of elec- companies, has taken a
vance an week, it is vir-
large step toward attracting movies from several others about possibly
tion as they choose, to allow stu- tually impossible -
filming in the Alachua
choose. In the to and other film productions to Countyarea
past, studentswere dents to get to know distinguish be- Gainesville and Alachua County, Hines said.

limited their names. tween advertising chamber president Jerry Hines Walt Disney Films, Orion Pic-
only! tn formal! for slating tures, Warner Brothers and Para-
said.Once
campaigningduring i and campaigning a county is officially registered mount Studios all have contactedthe
as"camera ready,"produc- chamber,which is responsiblefor
a 1 1/2-week period priorto for votes, Browne said.
the election. Senators increasedthat tion companies know that it is fully the area's film bureau,express-
to 2 1/2 weeks this summer. The Oct. 10 election will be pre- capable of handling a full-scale ing interest in Gainesville as a
ceded by two and a half weeks of GENE PAGE-AUIGA10R film production, he said. Alachua potential production site, he said.
Under the new law, students are Gainesville hopes to bring
time and
qualifying a slating
pe- County joins seven other Florida Several documentaries and tele-
limited to verbal campaigning. stars like Steve Martin, star of
riod. Qualifying time is for the
counties in being certified. vision commercials have been
Student Body President Michael elections supervisor to make sure "Parenthood, to Alachua
Browne, who authored the each student who wants to run has County for future film projects. "Our community's film liaison see Film page 4ALLIGATOR
office...is prepared to answer
changes, initially said he also at least a 2.0 grade-point average, .. ___ ........ r_- -
wanted to cut formal campaigningfrom is carrying a full class load, is in
the 21/2 weeks back to 11/2 good standing with UF and is not t

weeks. But Browne decided to on conduct probation. r..




Date set for Miller's act. s at

"Saturday Night Live"comedian Dennis Miller has rescheduledhis

act in the O'Connell Centerfor Sunday,Nov.4,at 8 p.m.,Student
Government Productions Chairman. Raul Mateu said Wednesday,

Miller was to perform last Saturday but a few days before the'
concert he areedvith UF administrators SGP and UF police that,
the show should be postponed because it would have ended late,

about 11:30: p.m.,,and VF police would'have been tired- frorrvworking. .
the football game earlier that day. .
Mateu said he initially tried to reschedule the concert for last t

Sunday,,but Miller couldn't,make it.But;-Wednesday, afternoon" '
Miller's agent confirmed that he will) perfOrm'11 .
you had (Miller) tickets from before they still apply'," Mateu ;.

said"But if you can't make it,you'can'gets full.refund. 1 minus thev .

$1. service char, at the University Box Office.".
Students tickets"for$4 at the box office:and the general J

public can buy them for.$9.50 at all ...:"..,,', PHOTO
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TicketMasrJACK Moviemakers use the UF campus to stage a fiery scene from the motion picture "Parenthood.
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4,ALLIGATOR THURSDAY,SEPTEMBER 13.1990 .
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ELSEWHERESouter *

I : Former Speaker of the House *

prepares to face the SenateWASHINGTON

(UPI) On the eve of Senate didate." t i I
hearings, the White House expressed optimism Wed In fact, there were considerable differences among iMMwIGffriIThursday
nesday that David Souter would be confirmed for the committee members concerning how far the panel
Supreme Court, while members of the Judiciary Com should go in trying to determine Souter's judicial
mittee differed over how intensely the New Hampshire philosophy,especially regarding his views on whetherhe 13 1990
jurist should be questioned about abortion. would vote to overturn the Roe vs. Wade decision September ,
One day before President Bush's choice to replace that guaranteed abortion rights. 8:00: p.m. at the Florida Gym
Justice William Brennan was to go before the U-mem- With the court a single vote away from reversingthat
ber Democrat-dominated panel, the president and his 1973 decision, abortion is considered the main t *
nominee met over a private lunch in Bush's study. single issue that could derail Souter's confirmation
"We're very hopeful that the confirmation process hopes.In *
will go well. There is no indication of any problem," the past several days, various abortion rights
*
said White House press secretary Marlin Fitzwater. activists have demanded the Judiciary Committee
Bush later praised Souter as"a tough,a fair-minded, intensely question the 50-year-old Souter about *
intellectually brilliant judge"and called on the Senateto whether the Constitution protects rights that are not *
"act swiftly so that he can take his place as the only specifically mentioned, and whether a right to abortion
career prosecutor on the court, in time for the court's is guaranteed. s3 +3i *
first sitting" next month. Committee Chairman Joseph Biden, D-Del., *
Amid growing speculation about how far committee stressed Tuesday that "there is nothing wrong with
members will go in trying to pin Souter down on his putting to Judge Souter some specific questions about
abortion views, Fitzwater noted that while the law- constitutional issues, including religion, speech, civil I
makers can ask Souter any questions they want, "we rights and abortion, and expect some rather specific
do remind them that they were opposed to our use of answers." *
any kind of a litmus test in terms of selection of a But some senators said they did not think it wouldbe *
nominee and we assume they'll respect that same proper to push Souter for specific views on issueshe t
feeling as they examine the qualifications of the can- would decide as a member of the high court. t


I House passes first radioactive waste bill

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WASHINGTON (UPI) -In the first congressionalaction The committee also approved an amendment by FREE and OPENto
on the issue, a House panel approved a bill Rep. Nick Rahall, D-W.Va., that would require the
Wednesday to revoke the Nuclear Regulatory NRC to notify the governor of any state due to receivea > the public
Commission's new policy relaxing disposal rules for shipment of deregulated low-level waste. Presented by ACCENT; funded by SO
some low-level radioactive waste. The bill now goes to the House Energy and Com
By voice vote,the House Interior and Insular Affairs merce Committee, where it has broad support. ********************
Committee passed legislation that would negate the With only a few weeks left in this year's congres-
NRC's June 27 announcement that it would deregulatethe sional session, aides to the interior panel said the bill
disposal of slightly radioactive wastes considered may not make it through the House this year. etk Lindsey
"below regulatory concern" by NRC experts.In However, one aide said, "This thing is going to &** Will ,,GCENTER.Qa8"wTwo
addition, the bill would give states the right to become law, if not this year, then next year."
regulate any wastes that might be deregulated by the In the Senate, Senate Democratic leader George Pair
NRC under any revised BRC policy.That provision is Mitchell of Maine has expressed support for giving
particularly important because it would open the first states the right to regulate low-level nuclear waste
"states' rights" loophole in the Atomic Energy Act, disposal, but there has been no action to date. Of
which currently empowers the NRC to override any Currently, all low-level radioactive waste must be Eyeglasses
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I Lombard: Science research vital to UF's success I


By ROBERT RAULERSON ence," he said. science is good policy for the universities. I people of the value of basic scientific re-
Alligator Writer Despite the increasing interest in science, don't think we should choose our fields search, he said.
universities have largely lost interest in fund because of the funding available," Lombardi! "We have to find opportunities to sell the

UP must maintain nationally competitive ing "small-money" sci- __________ said. connection between the pragmatic elementsof
institutions of scientific research or face ence projects, Lombardi! liT Raising public funds applied science and the basic elements of
don't think that
losing its standing as a major university, UF said. Emphasis on large, 1 for science projects is another basic science.This continuum must be main
President John Lombardi said Tuesday. !long-term research prothis drift toward big- problem universities tained if the process of the advancement of
"We can sink back to being some kind of jects that receive large face, Lombardi! said. our society is to continue," he said.
regional,instructional institute,and that will federal grants has remoney science is a So much money for science
be cute,but that1 not what we're about," he sulted in the virtual disappearance comes from the pub- Lombardi! delivered his !speech rapid-fire
told about 75 members of Sigma Xi, the of research good polity for universities. lic that it is necessary to ignoring his prepared notes. His audience
Society of Scientific Research. into some scientific aware of how the pub responded with frequent outbursts of laughter

The issues of science and science re- fields, he said. lic perceives science andLombardi and applause.
search are no longer of interest solely to cited botany -John Lombardi! its benefits, he said. Michael J. Fields, a UF Animal Science
scientists, Lombardi! said. It has become a as an example of a neglected UF president It is easy to "sell" ap- professor and a Marshall of Sigma Xi said
high priority on the national agenda. field of research. plied science to the public he liked Lombardi's presentation."He .

"When you go to meetings of national Little work is being done because they perceives it covered wide breadth of sub
:
associations of universities, when you talk in botany, he said, because there is no as science that "kills mosquitoes and keeps He a very has lot of
jects. obviously given a thoughtto
to congresspeople or when you're out in the money to support it. astronauts in the air," Lombardi! said. It is "
these issues Fields said.
general community, you find yourself addressing "I don't think this drift toward big-money harder, but equally important, to convince major ,

over and over again issues of sci


I Book aids wives of Vietnam vetsBy


Vietnam called Chickenhawk when he said.
LEIGH GLENN
Writer was arrested for smuggling marijuana. "Nobody ever wanted to talk about
Alligator
After he was released from jail, the Vietnam not that he knew that that
Patience Mason lives with her husband Masons were invited to speak to Viet was what the problem was either. Butit
Bob in an older house in north- nam veterans at Raiford Prison, 30 didn't help, what they did."
west Gainesville. The house, with its miles north of Gainesville. The veterans The Masons' problems worsened, i
blend of country and Southwestern had read Bob's book and wanted and Patience tried everything she
accents and un- him to talk about the ex- could to ease the situation."At .
usual plants Is periences they shared. the time, I just wanted to makeit
peaceful as the cou- I Some of the veterans all better, so I tried to be the perfect
pIe writes In their n the book, Pa- suggested that Patience wife and that would make it all better,"

separate offices In tience Mason detalk to their wives. That she said. "But it didn't work, so then
the house's west. sparked the idea for her I'd give up being the perfect wife and
side. scribes Post first book, Recovering be an absolute slob."

However, this Traumatic Stress From The War: A Patience often wound up yelling at
idyllic scene wasn't Woman's: Guide,to Helping him, blaming him for all of their prob
always that way. Disorder and Your Vietnam Vet, lems."I .
The classical Your Family, and Your- became what's known as co-de .r
music streaming other problems self.; Published in February pendent and very controlling and a

from the stereo be- that occurred the book recently real difficult person to get along with,
trays the lack of bal- won the 1990 Veterans but I didn't see it that way," she said.
ance they after vets re- for Peace Excellence inexperienced "I thought I was just fine. He was the ,
after Educational Achievement one with the problems.: # f
turned home
Bob returned home Award. Besides the sleeplessness: : : depression
from Vietnam In from'the Viet- Patience recalled and emotional numbness the couple
1966, before the some of the problems experienced, they often argued
problem_ that vetnam war. Bob suffered that:wore about petty subjects instead of the .
erans suffered were off on her. In order to problems affecting them. ,
given a name. sleep,he drank alcohol. Eventually,he "Another thing that happens in this
After suffering 14 years of Bob's wound up drinking more.He was often kind of relationship is that it's real
nightmares, after trying to be the perfect either angry and irritable or de- important to the two of you that you
wife but never understanding why pressed. And he isolated himself from think exactly alike,"Patience said."So
Bob distanced himself from her -or we've gotten into bigger lights over
her.His
why she became depressed when he problems were compounded by the country's agricultural policy than
was depressed Patience found a the fact that no one wanted to talk something personal. You really lose
pamphlet diagnosing Post' Traumatic about Vietnam, she said. all sense of perspective."
Stress Disorder. "All they did at the (Veteran's Administration From 1968 to 1980, the federal government
She said the pamphlet was "the ) was tell him that he was told Vietnam veterans that if Don't take fence J S. SULLIVAN
story of my life"The nervous and give him as much Valiumas their symptoms lasted longer than six a
turning point for her came he could eat and try and talk to him Maintenance Facility Supervisor George Pearson I
when the couple was broke in 1980. about how he got along with his mom see Book, page 7 inspects a new fence being built,along Hull Road.
Bob had just published a novel about when he 'was a little kid," Patience


I Group advocates peaceful solution to Mideast crisis I

...
..
By AMY K. WILES negotiated settlement between a peaceful resolution to the Gulf are putting pressure on Hussein to people, I've found out there's a lot

Writer Iraqi President _______ crisis. negotiate."It of underlying concern."
Alligator Saddam Hussein : "It seems like is quite illusory to choose Preventing war is the
UF students and faculty con and President 'We believe t the people have forgotten between negotiation or military organization's main concern, but
cerned about the Middle East cri- Bush instead of United States Viet presence," Lemarchand said. "The the issue of energy conservation is
sis and the possibility,of military military action, nam." military presence is adjunct to also important, said Mark H.
action have a local group to, help he said., should strive for apeaceful However UF fruitful negotiation." Smith, coordinator of the Palestinian
them voice their opinions., "For weeks resolutionto political sciencenow Davies said they are a peace Human Rights Campaign anda
The Middle East Peace Group, U.S. forces Professor Rene group and do not condone group member.
a new coalition of local groups and have amassed in' the Gulf crisis.. Lemarchanddisagrees Hussein's actions, but he said he "The United States needs to
residents worried about U.S. 'Involvement the Saudi desert, with believes the Bush administrationis come up with a rational national
in Kuwait and Saudi 'making the danger -West Davies the the group's launching a propaganda cam energy policy," Smith said. "This
Arabia, wants to Inform local resi- of a devastaMiddle East Peace position on military paign. would make such complex wars
dents about the crisis and provide ting war Interven.disturbingly' "Our leaders have been saying unlikely to occur in the future."
vocal opposition to,possible war in Group spokesman tion. He said he that the American people are 100 Chris Brew, a power systems
the Persian Gulf, group spokesman real," Davies supports President percent behind the military buildup engineer for Gainesville Regionalsee
West Davies said.., said."We believe Bush's de- and that's certainly not the
the United States should strive for cisions! and feels American troops Group page
The group advocates a peaceful, case, Davies said. "In talking to
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Against Rape at least every six months. Ir rlKItA(41s

Headlines in the past few years have included:

Budget cuts will cripple, COAR says;

SG denies COAR sufficient funds to operate;
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Lack of funds may put strangle hold on COAR and


recently COAR-takes budget cuts to end ties with Infirmary I Support neighborhood renovation'Gainesville

COAR's budget was split between the Infirmary and has been trying for some years to make
SG until this summer, when group officials decided they the transition from a small campus town to a diversifiedcity. -> Tom McKnew
would rather receive money only from SG, giving COAR The growth of the student population and the P
the real definition of a student group that must answer influx of new city residents has disrupted our old OLITICALLY SPEAKINGrebuild

SG leaders and officials. lifestyle.
only to not Infirmary
what was good in the past we must not
When I came to UF in 1967, most of my professorslived
But COAR got a shock shortly after it left the within a mile of campus. Most of the students recklessly destroy existing neighborhoods.We .
Infirmary's supervision. Members also had to leave the In- walked or biked to class; it was a traditional university can achieve the student living patterns I envision
setting.I without high-rise complexes and we can encourage
firmary office they had occupied.And .
I remember faculty to move into areas of quality residential
evenings at
many spent professors'homes.
the transitional phase from the Infirmary to its It was a model faithfully nurtured through the redevelopment Neighborhoods directly north and
cubicle on the Reitz Union's third floor prevented the generations and designed to provide college students east of campus can be redeveloped with modem,
group from hiring the peer educators it normally employs with an academic sanctuary where they would be free security-conscious apartments and generous areas of
during the summer to give rape-prevention presentationsin to concentrate on their studies and their university recreational, open leisure spaces.
the fall.Infirmary. life. Even students who lived off campus were nearby These uses can be intermingled with the best of
and felt a part of campus life. the existing building stock to create an extension of
director Boyd Kellett certainly had the rightto One of the biggest challenges facing our city the campus. Students could walk to campus over
make COAR leave its office at Student Health Services, government today is the disintegration of this tradi- pedestrian walks where decaying. poorly drained
but we wonder if that right should not have been exer- tional student living structure and the advent of a new streets now exist.
cised. model.This model is apartment living far from campus. Our residential patterns may be the most important
Everyone competes for space in the morning traffic student issue of all. However, the time it will take to
COAR is, without a doubt, the most important student and for a parking space on campus. Faculty membersnow change the urban sprawl means that most of today's
group SG finances. The program is nationally acclaimedand live beyond the ring of apartments, distancing students will be gone before new ideas are imple-
its preventative education is fundamental to UF. them further from their students. mented. We must begin together now. When such
I believe this is a vastly inferior form of university ideas are presented, please support them.
But the group needs at least a phone and a large
life. We have to begin immediately to locate more Be a part of encouraging the redevelopment of
enough office to organize its educational presentations.SG .
students and within these
faculty walking distance of cam neighborhoods. Help Gainesville be a better
should take care of its own groups, but if it can't pus.This requires redevelopment of property adjacent.to host to UF and help make the university city a safer
provide these things for COAR immediately, we hope the UF. But how can we add population in these areas and better planned community.

Infirmary takes a leadership role and offers to help until without destroying- their character? If we want to TAW--.., .MrK..u..v.,._.. i-V .tit..w* .n..._:W.,.*.v."{ '7" .w..;..h., "ni..i/v".v.)"...r.
I LETTERS TO THE I
SG can deliver the proper resources. EDITOR
--
COAR also has to pull its own weight in this tough tran- Paynes Prairie enough interest is shown by those By letting audience members voice

sitional period. who care for this natural wonder their opinions, the national

COAR President Raul Rosario said the group's educa- i may be expandedEditor land.send Please take a few minutes and audience learned that, indeed,
a card or letter "
expressingyour Gainesville is "holding on.
tional programs have been put on hold while members ad- : Many students and facultyuse support for this project to: They also learned that even
just to being part of a student group. and admire the beautiful and Tom Pelham, Rhyne Bldg., Room though we will be on our guard for

But the information COAR provides to students, includ- unique expanse of hammock and 106,2740 Centerview Dr.,Tallahassee quite a while, things are slowly
woodland known as Paynes Prairie. Fla. 32399:
ing an increased awareness about the problems of sexual The Department of Community Af- Preston T. Robertson getting back to normal.This was a

coercion, is too important to be put on hold. fairs, under the Conservation and 3LWDonahue' message that desperately sensational neededto in
be told. It wasn't
Recreational Lands program, is the least
considering adding approximately showwasn't
alligatorEditor 6,000 acres to the northeast part of What gives The Alligator the
the prairie in the area of Prairie sensationalEditor right to decide who should or
Creek and Hawthorne Road. shouldn't cover an issue? In fact,
Judy A. Plunkett After
: reading Tuesday'seditorial Donahue covered this story withas
Managing Editor Opinions Editor This addition, which includes a about the "Donahue"show much journalistic integrity as
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier section of the controversial Hunt I find it very hard to believe anything I've ever seen in The Al
Club property, will go far in ensuring that the writer watched the show; ligator.
Letters Policy environmental integrity in the clearly anyone who did, realized itwasn't sensational.The .
Latter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by.10 page). They should be face of future developmental pres- the least bit sensational.Phil The show wasn't
typed, double-spaced and signed' They should Include I typed name, address and telephone press surrounding it was.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just causa If you have any questions call Donahue .
sure.This presented Adams
a per. Rob
the editorial page editor at 3784458.
addition will happen only 4f sonal view of our recent tragedies. 3JM



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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,1990,ALLIGATOR, 7

ored. But more than the award or

from page 5 the book, she said she was glad
she could help others.

months, they were mentally unstable One woman who saw her hus-
before they ever fought in the band get shot during a robberytold t
war. she said. Patience that she didn't real

The biggest comfort for the ize what she was going through

Masons, other veterans and their until she read the book.
families was finding out about What pleased Patience the
PTSD and realizing they weren't most however, was a biker who
alone. approached her after she spoke in

Patience said she wished there Seattle earlier this year
had been a book like RecoveringFrom She had been concerned that a
The War when Bob returned Vietnam veteran would tell her
home from Vietnam. that what she wrote was incorrect.
Indeed, the man was a Vietnam
Her book took four years to re-
veteran. But instead of criticizingher
search and write partly becausethe
he presented her with an em-
only previous experience she
broidery which he had
hoop
on
had with book
writing a was editingthe
embroidered combat helmet and
a
first draft of Chickenhauik.
daisies the same design as on
But that didn't discourage her
the cover of her book.
because the reason for writing the Patience already is working on
book was to help other people in
another book about PTSD for any
similar circumstances she said.
,
one who's been through a traumatic
In the book for which Patience experience, from torture to
interviewed 60 Vietnam vets, she hurricanes.She .
writes about how Vietnam was dif also will be traveling this

ferent from previous wars, describes fall to talk about how PTSD affects ADRIAN DENNIS
PTSD and other problemsthat veterans. Patience Mason published her book, Recovering From the War, in February.

occur after vets return home, For Patience, writing the book

and gives information about where was a strong dose of medicine,not me (writing the book) quite I
people can find help. only personally but also for her In addition to starting on the "I'm no l longer trying to improve happyfor t hatI I was doing iit.and was
As for the Veterans for Peace relationship with Bob. road to recovery, she also relaxed him; I I'm trying to improve myself," extremely supportive."
award Patience said she is hon her control over Bob. she said. "He was really proud of


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ber panel that governs the state's evaluations, she said. because of stalled graduation.State Because many seniors plan gradu.
nine public universities. "It will take away from the con- legislators left no room for ation around spring, a partial sum.
from page 1 when drafted the bud- mer seemed to be the lesser of two
Although Riordan said "abso- spicuousness of the University of error they
been a very damaging effect on the lutely" no faculty will be fired be- Florida as a research institution," get, Browne said. evils, he said."We're .
ability to provide a good educationfor cause of the cutback, alreadyopenjobs Brockmann said,adding that travel "All of us, from myself to the all going to be affected
the people who are qualifiedand will be left unfilled.The short- boosts UPS image and ability to people in the Infirmary to the peo- either way," he said. "There's just
apply to get it." age of instructors will swell some communicate. ple in every department all the way no way to take a cut of this size

Universities are trying to do classes sizes and cancel others. Graduate students and teaching up to Lombardi!, are going to haveto Liberal Arts and Sciences bud.
what is least harmful to studentsand in mid- get officer John Watson said
Jane Brockmann, UF chapter assistants who subsidize their in- change our budgets UF
faculty, but cuts are unavoid- of irrespon- must pull together and have
president of the United Faculty of come by teaching summer classes swing all because some "equal
able, he said. Florida, said young professors also will lose money they may have sible budgeting in Tallahassee," deprivation" in every college. The
Board of Regents spokesman Pat seeking tenure and promotionswon't already counted on, she said. Browne said.College Liberal Arts and Sciences college
Riordan said most cuts probablywill be able to travel and present Student Body President Michael of Education Dean must cut about $2 million.
be administrative, making their research to out-of-town col- Browne said students also will face David Smith said departmentheads "This is not the first time in the
maintenance contracts and travel leagues. And limiting travel ex- financial difficulties. Seniors may and faculty considered trim- last 15 years that this has happened .
expenses likely targets. penses means librarians will miss run into extra expenses or may ming spring classes,but decided to ," Watson said. "But this is
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I 202 UF Faculty Members Are Promoted UNIVER.



Tenured ;, Some Both At The Same Time


The 202 University of Florida faculty Chadik and Joseph Wilson. PROMOTED: INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDYOF

members listed below have been pro- To professor- Gys Bosman and Dorothea THECOMMUNICATION
moted and'or approved for tenure by the Burk; To scientist George Best; To PROCESSES

Board of Regents. There were 55 faculty associate engineer Janet Degner; To PROMOTED: To associate scholar -
members who received tenure, 81 who associate professor William Eisenstadt. Sandra Fradd.JOURNALISM. Produced fy UF Informal and Publications Services 355
Tigers. Hall, and paid lot at usual advertising rates m communicate
received and 66 who receiveda
promotions FINE ARTS official. notices and important intermit 10
promotion and tenure at the same time. & COMMUNICATIONSTENURED students. (acuity and stall Call 392 0186 tar information
Most of those who are not yet tenured are TENURED AND PROMOTED: To
Wren and Ar- AND PROMOTED: To pro-
which will associate professor-James
in tenure-accruing positions
fessor Kent Lancaster To associate
pro-
;
thur TENURED Professors
for later Jennings. :
merit their application tenure at a
date. Boaz Sharon and Joel Stegall. PRO- fessor William McKeen and Jon Morns -

MOTED: To professor William Wilson TENURED: Associate Professor Joann AIDS Is TopicOf
ARCHITECTURE
IV. Valenti. PROMOTED: To professor -

TENURED: Associate Professors David Ostroff.
Confidential
Kweku Bentil and Richard Furman. HEALTH & HUMAN PERFORMANCE LAW

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION TENURED: Associate Professor Robert TENURED: Professors Nancy Dowd

TENURED AND PROMOTED: To Jackson; Assistant Professor Milledge and David Richardson. PROMOTED: To Support GroupsUF's

rofessor -Jonathan Hamilton. Murphey associate professor Anthony Cook.
TENURE: Associate Professors Elias Student Mental Health Services announces .
LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES
Dinopoulos, Jarjisu Sa-Aadu and Vida HEALTH RELATED PROFESSIONS the formation of two confidential
Scarpello. PROMOTED: To professor TENURED AND PROMOTED: To support groups this fall for UF students:
Harold Benson, Lawrence Kenny, Miles TENURED AND PROMOTED: To pro- associate professor-Paul Avery, Michael The first group, for UF students who
fessor Julia Van Deusen; To associate Scicchitano, Rocco Ballerini, Helmut
Livingston, David Nye and Stanley Smith. are HIV positive, is a weekly confidential
Anatole Martin III
professor Voelklein, Robin West and Charles Per- for students who
DENTISTRY TENURED: Professor Sheila Eyberg. rone. TENURED: Professors Keith Bulh- support group HIV. are

TENURED AND PROMOTED: To PROMOTED: To professor R.P. vant, Mary Conway, Ronald Formisanoand seropositive The second group, for "UF students
associate Andre Mauderli, Duncan. David Associate Professors "
professor Young; who care, is a support group for significant .
Carol Bates, John LaBanc, Stephen Keel- IFAS Franz Futterknecht, Martin Heesacker, Jef- others, family members or friends of
and Michael Beher. Needell, Peter Schmidt, Seiber-
ing Humphreys frey Lucy someone who is HIV positive or has
TENURED: Associate Professor James TENURED AND PROMOTED: To ling, U Shen, Yasumasa Takano and Cyn- AIDS. This will
meet other
Pettigrew, Jr. PROMOTED: To professor associate professor Linda Bobroff, Bruce thia Thompson. PROMOTED: To Distinguished week beginning group the week of every Sept. 24
Nils Schaffer, Lynn Sollenberger, Gary Knox,
Charles Gibbs, Paul Heins, Service Professor William Both will be co-led
by Wayne Grif-
Magnusson and Robert Primosch. Donn Shilling, Saunctra Tenbroeck, Jones; To professor Axel Bredahl, Jr., fin and groups Linda Lewis.
Charles Guy, Kenneth Langeland, Pierce James Button, Bernadette Cailler, Kenneth
DRUG DESIGN & DELIVERY CENTER For information
more meeting times
Jones, Larry Duncan, Joseph Noling, Mary Gerhardt, R.B. Kershner, Jr., Anthony La and
PROMOTED: To associate scientist Duryea, Dorota Haman, James Seale, Jr., Greca, Elizabeth Langland, Andrew locations, call Linda Lewis, Student
Whei Wu. Joseph Funderburk, Joel Brendemuhl, Eric Rosalsky and Neil White.LIBRARIES. Mental Health, 392-1171. Leave your first
EDUCATION Jokela, William Walker, Clifford Johnston, name and telephone number and your
Robin Giblin-Davis, Rudolf Scheffrahnand phone call will be returned by one of the
TENURED AND PROMOTED: To
pro- leaders.
Ed Echevarria. TENURED: Pro- TENURED AND PROMOTED: To group
fessor- Gerardo Gonzalez; To associate Gary
fessor Fairchild; Associate Professors associate university librarian Peter
professor Jeff Hurt TENURED: Pro-
fessor R.C. Wood. PROMOTED: To Harold Browning, Nan-yao Su, Nayda McKay and Erich Kesse.TENURED: Associate Personnel Services

Distinguished Service Professor -James Torres, Stephen Verkade and Timothy University Librarian Elaine Henjum.
White. PROMOTED: To DistinguishedService Holds Info SessionsOn
Wattenbarger; To professor Ellen MEDICINE
Professor Carlton Davis To
; -
pro-
Amatea and Dorene Ross. fessor Keith Andrews, William Becker, TENURED AND PROMOTED: To pro BenefitsThe

ENGINEERINGTENURED Jerry Bennett, Elizabeth Bolton, Dov fessor-Walter Drane, William Cumming Fringe

AND PROMOTED: To pro- Borovsky, Ronald Brlansky, Timothy and Pablo Ros; To associate professor Personnel Services'
fessor Ramakant Srivastava; To Broschat, Randall Brown, Michael Col- William Fallon, Jr., Michael Cicale, Eric University
Division of Human Resources)
associate professor Bhavani Sankar) and lopy, Michael Davis, Robert Emerson, Frykberg, Laurie Davies, Stephen (formerly fall-
Benefits Office
Fringe is conducting
Manuel Bermudez. TENURED: Professor Robert Ferl, D.M. Flinchum, Donald Nadeau, Thurman Gillespy III, Harry about
Peter Zory, Jr.; Associate Professors Huber, David Knauft, Maurice Marshall, Nick, David Bjoraker, Thomas Rowe, semester informational programs benefits
enrollment for
Samim Anghaie, Daniel Hanes, Mark Jr., Megh Singh, Jerry Stimac, Peter Stof- John Middlebrooks and William Winter open and / various fringe

Orazem, Jose Principe, William Properzioand fella and John Van Sickle; To associate pro- TENURED: Professors Morey Haymond, tion.workers'/unemployment Information about September's compensa information
Wei Shyy; Assistant Professors Paul fessor James Edwards. David Lowenthal, Gregory Schultz and
Sheldon Schuster; Associate Professors sessions follows. For more infor-

Barbara Battelle, Ross McElroy, Jr., Robert mation, call Fringe Benefits, 3921225.
Newman and Kytja Voeller; Assistant OPEN ENROLLMENT SESSIONS-

I -I CAMPUS I Professor Michael Hocking PROMOTED: Sept. 18: 361 Reitz Union, three
THIS,NEXT WEEK To professor Peter Anderson, Fulton sessions-9 to 10:15: a.m., 10:30: to 11:45:

Crews, Edward Geiser, Peter Indelicato, a.m. or 2 to 3:15: p.m. Sept. 19: Cl-11
-""'" Janet Silverstein, Peter Stacpoole, Health Science Center, two sessions2:15to :
TODAY Health Science Center, sponsored by Stephen Vogel and Edward Wakeland; 3:30: p.m. or 3:45: to 5 p.m.

TENURE & PROMOTION WORK- Academic Affairs Office, 392-1254. To associate professor-Charles Bagwell, WORKERS' COMPENSATION SES

SHOP for faculty, 1 to 3 p.m., 120 Mather- James Bradshaw, William Buhi, Peter SIONS-Sept.. 17: 361 Reitz Union, two
1 ly Hall, sponsored by Academic Affairs SUNDAY Gearen, Garey McLellan, M.G. Moscoviciand sessions-8:30 a.m. to noon or 1:15: to 4:30:

Office, 392-1254. DINO-MANIA EXHIBIT OPENING, Robert Wears. p.m. Sept. 19: 361 Reitz Union, 8:30: a.m.

MUSICOLOGY LECTURE, "The Re- features Stegosaurus, Parasaurolophus, NURSING to noon. Sept. 20: 361 Reitz Union, two
corder in 20th Century Music," by UF Pachycephalosaurus, Tyrannosaurus rex, TENURED AND PROMOTED sessions-8:30 a.m. to noon or 1:15: to 4:30:

music professor John Kitts, free and open Apatosaurus and Triceratops in exhibits, associate professor Wilson.: To p.m. Sept. 26: Cl-11 Health Science

to public, 1:55 p.m, 120 Music Building computer games, movies and participatory PROMOTED: To professor Margaret- Sally Hut- Center, 2:15: to 5 p.m.

AGRONOMY SEMINAR, "Florida activities, noon to 6 p.m., Florida chinson; To associate
Sugarcane: A Sweet and Sour Sand- Museum of Natural History. Admissionis Seymour professor Sandra Faculty Asked To AdhereTo
wich," by UF assistant professor of $3.50 with fee card, $4 for adults and

agronomy Frank Coale, 3:30: p.m., G086 $2.50 for children 13 and under. PHARMACY Jewish Holiday PolicyThe

McCarty Hall.HISTORY TENURED AND PROMOTED: To
COLLOQUIUM, "History MONDAY associate professor John Gums and Jewish holiday Rosh Hashanah will

and Historiography in and on South NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES SEMINAR, Ralph Dawson, Jr. TENURED: Professor begin at sundown Wednesday, Sept. 19,

Africa: Some Reflections," by University "Starvation in AIDS Patients,"by clinical David Angaran; Associate Professors and continue through sundown Thurs-
William Millard and day, Sept. 20. Yoin is Saturday,
of Cape Town history professor Chris- medicine associate professor Donald Kot- Richard Segal. PRO- VFaculty
topher Saunders, 4 p.m., Friends of ler, M.D., Columbia University College of MOTED: To professor C.L. DeVane, Sept. 29.
Auditorium. Margaret James and have been asked to follow the
Music Room, University Physicians and Surgeons, 4 p.m., R3-265 Peggy Zaenger ho-
Board of religious
FRIDAY Health Science Center Academic Re- VETERINARY MEDICINE Regents' policy on
ly days, and to note that exams and other
CHRISTIAN FACULTY FELLOWSHIP search Building TENURED
AND
PROMOTED: To significant student activities, including intramural
baseball coach Arnold WILDLIFE&RANGE SCIENCES SEM- associate
MEETING, UF Joe professor Roger Reep. PRO athletics, should not be scheduled -
speaker, 11:45: a.m., Burger King Meeting INAR, "Conservation Conflicts in MOTED: To professor Lindsey Hutt on those holidays. If examsor
Room, 1542 W. University Avenue. Western Uganda Forests," by Uganda's Fletcher, Elliott Jacobson, Victor Shille lab tests must be scheduled quizzes, students
TENURE & PROMOTION WORK- Makeree University professor G. Isabirye- and Alistair Webb; To associate professor must\ be to take themat
SHOP for faculty, 3 to 5 p.m., C-lll Basuta, 4 p.m., 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall. Jamie Bellah and Thomas Lane. another given time opportunity without penalty.

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The Mummy The second. The Vampire Les- Our hero Is Ramses the are as flat as pancakes.The on this big killing spree aftera
Anne Rice tat, was worth purchasing in Damned, which Is a funny bad guy is always really 24-hour sex scene with Ram.
The Mummy was supposed to paperback. And the third name for him considering he is: really bad. The virgin chick is ses which isn't worth wrinklingthe

be a big sweaty climax to the Queen of the Damned, was writ- a) immortal; b) godlike in ap- really a virgin and an insipid sheets over.
overextended foreplay of the ten to pay off the mortgage on pearance and demeanor; and c) goody-goody to boot. The Ramses has to destroy
Vampire trilogy. It was, in the summer home in Palm released from his tomb in the sexual tension between Julie Cleopatra which Is a simple

reality a formula-following, Beach. 1980s by a virgin archaeologistnamed and Ramses sucks. Calvin and affair Involving a speeding

cliche-filled waste of trees that This downward trend is not Julie. Hobbes generate more sparksof freight train. And we get

depended upon the strength of broken by Rice's newest novel The book revolves around heat than these two. another sappily happy ending.But .

Anne Rice's earlier successes, The Mummy or Ramses The Ramses' helping Julie, whose In a pathetic attempt at a plot wait. This Cleopatrachick
which were all carryovers from Damned Although it is not a only apparent attributes rest twist Ramses in a fit of wish- was immortal, was she
the one truly valuable piece of supplement to the trilogy, the firmly upon the upper half of ful thinking and misdirectedlove not? So like, she can't die.
fiction put out by the woman plot similarly involves the her ribcage, come to grips with unwisely raises his former right? I see a sequel in the near
Interview with the Vampire.Like loony adventures of immortal the unexplained death of her love Cleopatra from the dead future. Some friendly advice:

many trilogies, the first creatures who walk amongst father. Julie and all the char- with his Immortality potion. Don't buy it.KATHY
book. Interview, was the best. mortals and stir up big trouble. acters in the whole damn book The resurrected Cleopatra goes VALLADARES


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Center ((372-5347)) Death at Heart The Witches, Young (starts Fri), Presumed Innocent 1 aa
Warrant (starts Fri), Air Guns 11Oab Problem Child

America, Flatllners 4 West ((331-8118)) Die Reitz ((392-1655)) Crimes and
Hard //, Ghost, Presumed In- Misdemeanors (Thurs), Pretty a
Cinema N Drafthouse ((376- nocent, Taking Care of Business Woman (Frl-Sat), El AmorBrufo
6843)) Days of Thunder (starts (Sun), Strangers on a Train 131 laBig
Fri) Oaks 6 East ((331-8818)) (Mon), Alien (Wed)
Litchfield ((336-0408)) Hardware Pump up the Volume
Death Warrant Pump up the (starts Fri), Darkman Dick Royal Park ((373-4277)) things are In store for Gainesville. Last weekend, both CJ's
Volume (starts Fri), Arach- Tracy Flatliners, My Blue Postcards from the Edge (starts and the Orange & Brew reopened their doors. Barnacle Jack'sis
nophobia Darkman, The Exorcist Heaven, The Rocky Horror Pic. Fri), Pretty Woman Back to the new on the wlne-and-dine scene. And now the smell of Club
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at Work My Blue Heaven, Wild Plaza ((378-2434)) Rain Killer ($1)). The Jungle Book ($1)) able to call themselves bored or boring.If .
you're looking for something to do until the weekend readon.
Then crack a book or two. Your GPA will really appreciateit.

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By the way APPLAUSE is still looking for fresh writing talent.If .
you're a journalism major, the experience could one day land
Central City Timmy T. Hardback Cafe The Respect Market Street Pub Harz Fit- you in a posh 14th-floor office at some metropolitan daily. But
(Thu). A Split Second (Tue) ables with I.C.B.M. (Thu), zer (Thu), The Home Boys (fri. for now, think of all the fun you could be having.If .
((374-8002)) Piewacklt with Nomadic Orphans Sat) [377-2927] you have good story ideas but aren't quite up to putting
Charlie's Mid-life Crisis (Fri), Bad Egg Salad with The Mill Wendy Kissinger them down on paper, then give us a ring at 376-4458. Ask for
(Thur-Wed) (1371-8069] Gutter Plow (Sat), Henrietta's (Thu-Fri), Britton and Jack Jeremy or Steve. We need your input. We want to know what
Dub'a Redllne (Thu), Dixie Lovers (Mon). The UnidentifiedTue (Sat) ((331.01101Richenbacher's] you want to read about. And remember, nothing is too outrageousfor
( ), Shadow Posts (Wed) our readers.
All Stars (Frl-Sat), Gunfighter
Inside Out
admits mistakes. Last week, the Rewind
((372-6248)) APPLAUSE always its
(Tue) (1378-5359] (Thu), Dem Bones (Fri-Sat),
Lillian's Grease the Cat column Incorrectly identified the legendary New Orleans bar asTtpplttno's.
Gathering Lounge Crossfire Boogie Chillun (Tue-Wed) (3755363 ." latest
[372-1010) Thanks to a story on Seattle bands in the
(1332-7500] ] issue of Rolling Stone, we now know that the bar Is correctly
known as Tipitina's. We stand corrected.

I ETERA ETCETERA ETCET"The
APPLAUSE l is the weekly
entertainment supplement to v
TIll Independent Florida/ Alltgitor./
Recorder in the 20th with shows tonight through meeting of the Florida
Century," a lecture by depart Sept. 30. The Hippodrome is Federation of Clubs being EDITOR y
ment of music Professor John located at 25 SE 2nd Place. For held in Gainesville Friday and j
Kitts, continues the Thursday show times and ticket info, call Saturday. Call 3920223.The Jeremy Helllgar
Afternoons series today at 375HIPP.A ASSISTANT EDITOR

1:55: p.m. in Room 120 of the free Chamber Music Reci- Reader's Theater 1990 Steve Gilliland'u
music building. Call 392-0223. tal will be held in the University presents Piece Offerings" a ART DIRECTOR
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72 f sive songs like "Cult of Per. before launching into a speed- Like You." The song's lyrics and references to Public
sonality," as well as the incredible metal Jam. The song serves as which describe the shooting of Enemy's "Fight the Power" and
guitar skill of Vernon a fine Introduction to the the narrator's brother by Paul Simon's "Grace land."
Reid; the raw, edgy vocals of album's underlying theme: We policemen must have personal Solace of You." a collaboration
lead singer Corey Glover and as people have to stand up and meaning to Skillings considering between Glover and Reid borrows .
the solid rhythm section of bas act. For it is now or never. The that one of the people the African riffs while positively .
sist Muzz Skillings and drum album flows together quite album is dedicated to is named describing relationship.
mer William Calhoun. well, though there are standout Harry Skillings.
Now, the band has returnedto moments. "Pride" is an anti "This is the Life," which ends
1 rock the new decade with discrimination song with a fan The album is not devoid of the album, presents a wishful-
Time's Vp. and their second tastic hook and dead-on lyrics lighter moments, however. thinking alternative to the
effort is just as strong as their that's also one of the band's '"Love Rears Its Ugly Head" is a reality of our own lives and
.. t:3 first. Time's Up not only has best recordings yet. fear-of-relationshlps number closes with a message to try
Living Colour great rock, but also finds the that opens with a violin and and make yourself a better per.
Time's Up band broadening its horizonsand "Type," the album's first goes on to describe a friendship son and accept yourself for
Living Colour gave hard rocka examining our culture witha single Is the other superb cut that may be blossoming into who you are. It is an excellent
shot In the arm back in 1988 message of urgency, pessimism a blistering look at the something more. The other ending to an album that show.
with its funky, explosive debut hope and acceptance.The modern world from a very pessimistic I humorous cut "Elvis is Dead,* cases a band sure to be an
album Vivid. The album featured point of view. Another I I Is a sardonic, funny song that influential force in hard rock
'great hooks and expres- album-opening title song effective song on the album Is 1 trashes the Presley legend and for a long time to come.
begins with the sound of clocks the Skilllngs-penned "Someone I Includes a rap by Little Richard BY DAN O'CONNELL
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Odd Get Even The music is predominantly the workof shaman rattles, Nigerian metal the group easily comparable to other
synthesizers with violins, violas, shakers, caxlxis. ewe drums and udu popular new age artists such as Kitaro
Clever title and all Shadowfax's The drums and bass providing background drums, to name a few. and Manheim Steamroller.
Odd Get Even is masterfully designe- support. There is also a large variationof
music. For those unfamiliar with flutes, saxophones and guitars. Although the instruments used are Anyone even slightly interested In
Shadowfax they are a new age Instrumental Perhaps the feature that makes varied, the music is often so similar new age of even jazz music may want
band with jazzy overtones. Shadowfax's music so unique is the that picking out favorites requires to check out The Odd Get Even. Longtime .
The songs on the new album range from array of non-conventional Instrumentsused repeated listening. The Odd Get Even is Shadowfax fans will be rewardedby
the Arabian-sounding MOOl Nights" to In the songs. There are tama guaranteed to relax the mind without this truly inventive album.BY .
the eastern-flavored "One Winter Morn- drums, bushmen rattles Virginia rain falling into the "easy listening" genre.! : JASON SABOTIN
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This is the third in a mar- those earlier releases, but It is vocal group whose tight, swift the song's topic -
velous series of albums detail- no less rewarding. As always, harmonies contrast wonderfully be It a warning to stay in
ing the vast output of the music is an intoxicatingmix with his raspy attack. school, a call to Christianity or
'. "mbaqanga" or township jive of thick, loping basslines. These artists appear In one a man's comical lament about
... musicians. Vol. I was an complex arrangements and combination or another on nine the travails of marriage the
JIM' epochal release that, combined call-and-response vocals. of the 15 tracks. Since so little underlying message is an
with Paul Simon's Graceland, Because so many major acts of their music is available in uplifting one. The relentlessly
focused attention on world have already been featured the United States, this hardly rhythmic music underpinning
class talents like Ladysmlth Freedom Fire serves as a mini- seems enough. Other standout them wouldn't have it any
Black Mambazo. showcase for Mahlathlnl and artists include the male vocal other way.Anyone,
Vol. 2 revolved around slicker the Mahotella Queens, who've group Amaswazi Emvelo and who enjoyed
more recent offerings from performed together and Johnson Mkhalalt. Graceland or Peter Gabriel's
another set of artists, almostall separately since the '60s. Mah- The latter appears on "Let's Security or Talking Heads'
Freedom Fire of whom were intriguingenough lathinl has a deep, growling Go Together," an instrumentalin Speaking In Tongues for that
The Indestructible Beat of to demand they be voice that earned him the nick the style of accordion jive, a matter -would do well to seek
I searched out on their own. "Lion of Soweto." The this
Soweto (Vol. 3)) name hard-driving music that Is series out.
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by Jeremy Helligar 13 Photo by Jeff Barli


New Orleans the birthplace of fitting description of the band's music: should distinguish between arroganceand handed.
Mardi Gras home of Tulane Universityand "Neo-Euro-Afro-Bubble-Fuslon," he confidence. "When this band breaks up. you're
Harry Connick Jr. This past called it.Between. You have to have a little more con gonna find Alex Davidowskl at a HolidayInn
Memorial Day weekend. Gainesville's beer guzzling and promo- fidence than the average person," he lounge somewhere," he said. "I
own Henrietta's Lovers packed up their tional activity, the band even managedto said. 'You have to have that confidencefor really have not figured out where his
instruments and crossed the Florida sell a few copies of Its (at the time) yourself, and you have to help main influences are from. I get Into his
border over to that mystical town. The 2-week-old cassette, The Pagoda everyone else have that confidence for car and listen to what he's listening to
result was a commotion unheard of Woman. The guys were so ecstatic you. You're not playing covers; you're on the radio, and it really scares me
since the Battle of New Orleans nearlytwo about the tape's sales that plans were trying to put out a whole new thing. sometimes. He likes David Byrne. but
centuries ago. already underway for a Christmas You have to sell it, you know." he sounds nothing like David Byrne."
album a la New Kids on the Block. It'll CEB added his own insight: "Other
probably be a five-song EP "specially bands have been playing for two or Matt compared Alex's frontman
dedicated In New Kids style to three years. We're trying to get there so theatrics to Henry Puerlas of Tone Unknown .
Christmas," Alex said. A Saturday much faster. We're Just jumping right only Alex is a little less ac.
morning cartoon and a reggae song are into the scene. We're not trying to work
also future possibilities, although CEB our way up.We want to go somewhere.
violently denies the latter. We want to do something."
After Friday night's gig Henrietta's CEB may be something of the new kid
Lovers minus Alex, who by now had on the block (He joined the band last
splintered from the band to seek new April), but already his funky bass is an
.r adventures but instead ended up doing indelible stamp on Henrietta's Lovers'
4Henrietta's laundry all day spent most of Saturday sound.That first night at the TEP house
rl browsing through the French Quarter, his skillful strumming and cool
eying breakdancers jugglers and jazz demeanor incited two awestruck young
musicians along the way. Occasionally, women to scream in unison, "WE WANT
a masseur or fortune teller caught the CEB! WE WANT CEB!!"
guys' attention. When asked where he learned to play
-
While walking through Tulane's that funky bass, CEB chuckled "Play
"Fraternity Row" early Saturday after- that funky bass, white boy." Seriously
noon before the trip to the French though, he taught himself. He's been
Quarter, guitarist Matt Herrero, sport playing bass for seven years now. In
ing a Captain Hook earring, his eyes Junior high school he played violin, and
still adjusting to the new day deliveredan later bass, with an orchestra. Eventual. \
enlightened discourse on the dif- ly, he moved on to electric bass, playing
Lovers are (clockwise from ferences between the local band scenesin with rock bands around Tampa. He
New Orleans and Gainesville: even spent a year playing with a blues
top): Alex, Mike, CEB and Matt.
"(In New Orleans) it's a totally different band before coming to UF in the fall of
sound much more occupiedwith '
89.After 9
The exodus began sometime around the blues and jazz than I thoughtIt defending themselves against
3 a.m. on Friday after a brief stop at would be. There's more of an emphasis accusations of arrogance and Ignoranceto
Denny's Restaurant in Lake City where on skill and a lot more of puttingin the rules of Gainesville's band scene
Bernie the waitress entertained the the work to get the sound down Matt and Mike further explained what
band and its entourage (which included exactly right...in! Gainesville there's a Henrietta's Lovers is all about.
sound man Kevin Meyers whose Chevy little more of an emphasis on feeling "Our music starts with a rap base -
Suburban provided the transportation) and really just kind of winging it and Mike on drums with rap." Matt said. CEB plays his funky bass at the TEP
with tales of her 15 children and throngof going somewhere.* "CEB brings in funk bass, and I, hope house.
grandchildren. "Onward Destina- Matt also addressed the criticism fully, bring in kind of a soul.! ..* complished. "Alex is really good at play
tion New Orleans! the band and com- Henrietta's Lovers has received from Mike changed the subject to misconceptions ing up the theatrical," Matt said. "Songs
pany shouted after an hour of.tasty, more established local bands who ad- about Henrietta's Lovers'sound. like 'True Love'and 'Cat's Eye' are really
greasy food and memories of long-gone vise the four hungry musicians to pay "Everybody comes up to us and outrageous. He goes all out on it...And
"Saturday Night Live episodes. their dues or wait their turn: tells us we sound like somebody,* he there are a lot of songs where he just
About eight hours 'later, the road was "Seniority is not the most Important said. "I hate mentioning the word mumbles and talks."
just a fading memory as the 10 not-too- thing..It's not a question of time. It's 'R.E.M.' with our band." With the French Quarter just a parking
angry but Incredibly exhausted young not a question of talent. In a lot of space away, Mike pondered the \
men reached their 'destination cases, it's a question of really makingthe As the Suburban crept closer to its deeper meaning behind Henrietta's '
Tulane L's Tau EpsilonPhi Lovers' New Orleans adventure ;

fraternity house. .I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I As the crowd out
where Henrietta's 'IMt : side the window swarmed
''Lovers were scheduledto tt: from sight to sight, he
'play Friday and CI I !, II found the answer:
Saturday night. The r 'fI!) ; 1 < 4 'IIf.J. "Have you ever watchedold

band members perked, \! ....... .... sitcoms when they're,
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albeit momentarily, .,, Ai' like getting almost no
when at the end? Theyalways
they spotted a I I . I I'I .I I I I I II I I I I I ratings
flyer on the TEP wall send them. off to
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Luuung Henrietta other cities: :: like Japanand
Lovers "Florida's most popular effort and of really opening markets, destination. Mike and Matt talked stuff like that.That's what I feel
band.* and a lot of people don't understandthat about different vocalists those they like. Henrietta's Lovers in New Orleans.

Most of the day was spent promoting and that's why we have problems admire and those they'd rather forget. I feel like we're on our way down. ,
Friday night's gig with a little beer getting along with some bands in The Cure's Robert Smith used to be a They're making a special..1? expect to
drinking thrown in between advertise- Gainesville. It's because we happen to good vocalist until his jowls got in the see Tootle come walking by.

ments.. When asked by one curious be really good at the marketing way Matt said. Sinead O'Connor with "Park! Park! Right now. Let's go!" Matt
slde..we've been able to really work her. doubleand triple-overlapping vo-
Tulane student what Henrietta's Lovers' yelled as a parking space finally becamea
hard at the other side of music that a cals is even worse and Don Henley is
sounded like one TEP brother came up reality. A day of adventure was
lot of people don't understand. And just plain monotone.
with the label "progressive Jazz ("Be- footsteps away.
cause it suits them and nobody else,* that's why you have a lot of bands that And what about their own missing
he explained) a strange label, that hang around for years and years and vocalist Alex? CEB called Alex the.Bubble" Catch a glimpse of Henrietta's Lovers'
probably has more to do with vocalist years and never do anything. in his "NeoEuroAfroBubbleFuslon 'Neo-Euro-Afro'Bubble-Fusion' Friday
A1 Davidowskl's trumpet solos than theory of Henrietta's Lovers night when they play at the Orange &..

anything else.'Anyway, a new musical The subject of Henrietta's Lovers' "ar' essence. Mike had contemplated many Brew on campus. If that's not enough
genre'was; born Bassist Carrington rogant attitude recurred in the back of times before ways to explain Alex's they'll be on the loose again Monday
Etheldred Barrs IV(but you can call the Suburban on the way to the French vocal Influences.( Today, like all the night at the Hardback. with/ opening act -

him CEB} would, .discover a more, Quarter, According to Mike,. people. times before he came up empty Dingo Fish.

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told everything he knows. Elfman gets into the act. It
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for burn victims and other unchecked flow of adrenalin mance borders on parody. way

patients but Peyton can't get through Peyton's body, giving Given the melodramatic, pop- organ. ,
the substance to hold its shapefor him enormous strength and a up style of director Sam Raimi. Perhaps that's the problemhere.
Sue GordonIs longer than 99 minutes. rush of violent mood swings.He that might not have been sucha The punchy directionand i
arch dialogue have a little l'
bad idea.
it Batman? No it's Darkman. Just as he nears a quickly escapes from the too much fun with the brood- '
Heaven help us. breakthrough Peyton's hospital salvages some com- Ralmi has filled Darkman serious story at work here. ;
*r1\2\ Darkman and the with visual references to clas- ing
girlfriend stumbles upon a puter equipment And if Ralmi can't take ,
Utchjield Oaks 6 East memo linking a prominent remains of his research, and sic horror movies. The scene Darkman seriously neithercan
There's something unsettling businessman to bribery. Ruth- vows revenge. Using Plastic where Peyton perches between we.
about a movie that makes the less henchmen tear up his lab Skin to don temporary disguises two gargoyles high atop a
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jump to comic book. That's looking for the evidence. They Peyton soon wreaks building echoes the poses of ,l
what has happened with also dip Peyton Into a vat of havoc with the lives of the men Quasimodo In The Hunchback ratings based on four-star I!'"
who attacked him. of Notre Dame. And he's con. scale
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expect to very funny, Jimmy Spencer supposed The film's only real surpriseIs
but it doesn't quite meet those go. Jimmy's fellow Inmates be staying and takes over seeing Belushl In drag. but
expectations. The film takes stage a fake riot so Jimmy can Spencer's identity. Meanwhile that comes near the end and
WJI two respectable comic actors escape, which he does. The Spencer Is mugged beaten up by that time there Isn't much
James Belushl and Charles premise Itself isn't even very and thrown Into a dumpster. Interesting going on. This

Grodin, and gives them stiff realistic. could have been a funnier film
direction and a mediocre Meanwhile, harried advertising This plot Is very familiar, and with a better plot, but the
script with only a few funny executive Spencer Barnes the dialogue isn't funny enoughto makers of Taking Care of Business .
lines to keep the audience In (Grodin), has flown to Los Angeles make us forget that the plotIs didn't bother to come up
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Delusht plays Jimmy campaign. While calling his movies. Belushi is a bit more seen.
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Brown DerbyWe food: delivery, 5-9 pm; lunch Experience the Renaissance, progres- FREE DELIVERY & TAKE-OUT Everyday
know how particular you are about 11-2:30: dinner 5-9 day except sive pastas and fresh fish in an alterna- llam-lam 1203 SW 16th Ave,
; pm every
your steaks, that's why we only serve Tues. night. Only a block to campus. tive atmosphere. Offering Thai behind Players-374 fers
steaks that are fresh cut, never frozen Chicken, Cajun Shrimp, Gorganzola
1225 W. Umv Ave. Chef J J10 yrs. exp
and broiled exactly the way you order. 372-6666. Alfredo,Shrimp Pesto&California and
Our Prime Rib is a specialty of the Chicago Style Pizzas. DaVind's de- La Fiesta

house with different cuts to satisfy COFFEEHOUSE light. Afterwards enjoy homemade Mexican Restaurant

every appetite. Seafood lovers will feel desserts, espresso, cappuccino& a ter- G-ville's newest authentic Mexican res-
right at home with a large and varied ific wine list. Kevin Curtin chef. 5.-Th. taurant. Our family restaurants have
selection to choose from. Dinners come 5-10 & Fri. & Sat. 5-11 706 W.
Philosophy Store pm pm. been serving the Southeast for 16 yrs. 11: :
complete with our fabulous Super Univ. Ave. 3782001.Manaro's Serving daily lunch specials llam- :
Bookstore & Coffeehouse, 3460 W.
Salad Table, your choice of potato and 2:30pm: &delicious dinner entree'i 5-10 :
Univ Ave. 378.6370. In the tradition of
oven baked bread. From 5 to 7p.m. join weekdays & 5-1030: weekends. Comein :
& coffeehouses of the 18th
your friends for the Best Happy I lourin bookstores & give us a try'! 7038 NW 10th PI.
& 19th centuries. Gourmet coffee, by
town. Enjoy reduced price cocktails (between Service Merchandise & Mr.
the bean or by the brew. Espresso, Cap-
plus complimentary hot and cold chef Han's) 332-0878.
selected Hors d' Oeuvres. Banquet facilities puccino, & numerous exotic coffees
from the world over. Many varieties of
available. Most major credit
cards accepted. Reservations not tea, too. lOam-IOpm Mon-Sat
Dom
needed but for parties of six or more,
please call 373-0088.5220 SW 13th St.,

just south of Williston RdIvey's .
DELI43rd La

The Market Street Pub The
Grill
Enjoy fresh handcrafted import style
Great place for a date-cozy and intimate St. Deli & beers In a jovial English pub. Live entertainment can :

Enjoy breakfast, lunch and din- Fri, Sat evenings No W.
Breakfast House
ner. Extensive menus with unique creations cover.120 SW 1st Ave.377-2927. Lunch

.Specializing in seafood, chicken Gainesville's Premier Kosher-style and dinner daily.

and pasta dishes. Sensually seductive Deli. Excellent breakfasts. Featuring
desserts, espresso, cappucino, beer, vegetarian items, also. Daily specials. Since 1955. "Some things never change.
wine list. Credit cards welcome. Open Behind Hardees in Millhopper 373- fortunately your good taste and our The Mill Bakery, 7'r

7 days, 6 ngihts. 3303 W. Univ. Ave. 2927 consistently delicious Italian food." Eatery & Brewery
Open 7 days.Dinner served from 5 .
371-4839. pm.Gainesville's
Full Bar,fresh brewed beer. Drink Specials -
most popular Italian Res-
4-7 daily. Expanded Patio with
taurant for over 30 Casual attire
J's} Restaurant years. live entertainment Wed.-Sat. nights.
GOURMET welcome. Fresh dishes daily including
Oaks Mall Plaza, 331 0110.Murphy's .
Breakfast house 20 Serving -
years. chicken, veal, steak, shrimp & home-
1 82:30:()( : every day. One block to cam- made desserts at affordable prices. For

pus. 1225 W. Univ. Ave.372-6666. Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail- Pub
CornerFine
Toby's able. Only 2 1/2 miles from campuseast Daily Specials

Snuffy's Restaurantand Dining and SpiritsA ( on Univ. Ave.) 2010 HawthorneRd. Deli Sandwiches & Ice cold beer! !
warm Country Inn setting featuring (SR 20)) DirectionsReservationscall Billiards, Darts and Video 1
Lounge uniquely prepared seafood, veal, 372-4690. dubs and organizations- Happy Hour 4-7 Daily. Mon.-Thur.games.
1017 W. Univ. Ave.376-8899 steaks fowl and
pasta specialities. we can serve your dinner meetings. llam-12pm. Fri.-Sat. llam-lam. Sun.
Caribbean pub atmosphere with gourmet Tableside flambe' desserts and coffee
Ipm-lOpm. 5112 NW 34th St.
burgers, steaks, chicken teriyaki, drinks. Gainesville's best fine dining from the YMCA 372-4751. across
baby back ribs, seafood, salads, sand experience at reasonable prices. Dinner pool.

wiches, and New England clam chow- served nightly from 530: pm. Lunch MEXICANBurrito
der. Relax and enjoy your favorite served Monday through Friday 11:30to : Red Lion TavernNow

cocktail in our casually elegant lounge. 2:30.: SUNDAY EVENING SEA serving Gators 11:30am: Satur-
Open (M-Thurs), 11:30: am-Midnight; FOOD BUFFET. Reservations days!!Still the best grill in town.Watch

(Fri &Sat), 11:30: am-2 am;(Sun),6 pm- recomendcd. SE 2nd PI, behind the Monday Night Football with us and

11 pm. Happy Hour 3-7 pm. MC, Visa Hippodrome Theater in the Downtown Brothers enjoy great beer specials. 2413 SW 13th
&Am.X. Entertainment District. 375-7620 St.378-6320
MC/VISA/AMEX Taco Co. ent.
MC,
Woody's Nationally Serving Gainesville since 1976. 100%

Famous Sandwiches vegetarian items available. Try our fa- SEAFOODCapt'n
mous guacomole'!Open 7 days until 10.
3458 W. Univ.Ave 11/2 mi.from cam- ITALIANOriginal 16 NW 13th St. 378-5948. .

pus. Hearty deli-style sandwiches,
soups & salads featuring top quality
Boors Head cold cuts on specially Pizza PalaceThe Louie's Galley
baked fresh bread served in a relaxed El Toro Bringing Gainesville fine chicken and

casual atmosphere,conducive to meet kind of place your friends would Mexican Restaurant. seafood since 1948. Featuring all-u-can-

ing friends, entertaining parents & tell you about. Homemade pasta, fresh eat seafood and salad buffet daily
1723 SW 13th Street
.. family or conducting light business baked lasagna & sauces made to order. Grilled dolphin and chicken sand
Open day at 5pm. Corner of NW Great Mexican Food. 7 Days. wiches
Fast
transactions. Imp. & domestic beer, every are our specialty. and
wine. MC & VISA accepted. Open M-; 23rd Ave.and 6th St. 372-1546 El Tore-and thaf no bull! friendly service 7 days a week. -.

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FOR RENT: UNFURN. SUBLEASE: HSE/APT ROOMMATES

Classifications o How to place a ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2 bdr/2ba w/study, Sublease 1 bdrm apt only 3 blocks from ROOMMATE .quiet, studious female
end unit, blinds. $600/mo/ Call 335.2703. campus Ac/heat/ceiling Ian, pool. needed to share 2btn/ ba duplex near campus .
classified ad : $269/month 1.year leaseSept( free) Abi $180/mo Call Lisa 3359622/378
1 For Rent Furnished. Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet @ 378.4610. 9.14.5.4 7464. 91955
In Person: washer/dryer/ available in most units for
, 2 For Rent Unfurnished Cash check MC or VISA. $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B.2B, 1 & 2 Bath Need rmmt to sublease apt 15 mm walk to SAVE $$ f/ns fun responsible student
3 Mobile Homes $250.$375, sec & Imr 3726422. 1214' UF, furnished $187 I mo, Call 377-4522 wanted to share sale 2br/2bath/ furn apt.
The Alligator Office 762 after 6pm 9.18.S.4 1mi to campus $112.50 + 1/4 util 33S
For Rent/Sale/ I 105 W. University Ave. 4103. 9.18.4.5Wanted
M-F8am-4 pm INCREDIBLE Sublet furn, large 1 bdr apt until Jan 1 ,
4 Sublease House/Apt./ Efficiency Apt. 1990, secure area, In the Pines, call 373 I Sincere M/F smoking Student
5 Roommates Main BookstoreHub Starting at' $185 3371. 9.18.5.4 to sublease 2bdr/1t, kit, liv. deck, yard
Customer Service Desk Starting at $235/ 2 Bedroom wash/dry in big house Sept. (reel monthly
6 For Sale M-F8am -430 pm MEADOWCREST110NW39thAv Studio For Rent $245 a month + util and $225+1/2u/ 371.2477 before 9am or alter
2 weeks free rent! Just 4 blocks north "uf I 6pm. 9.24.2.5Female
7 Real Estate Reitz Union, Cashier's Office 378.3988 UF call 371.7777 ask about 1530 apt 26
M-F gam-9 pm 375.3861 9.18.5.4 n/s wanted to share 2 bdr/2ba aptin
8' Motorcycles Sat & Sun Closed SPYGLASS. Wanted immediately Call
I "Check Our New Specials" 3355591. 91445
9 Autos
Medical Bookstore ShandsM
All Amenities Available 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE
10 Wanted F.Sam. 4 30 pm FURNISHED UNFURNISHED M/F roommates wanted to share spacious

Mall Roommate Available VILLAGE secure 5bdr/3ba/ house. 1 block from cam.
By :
Services
11
We're No. I Roommates Available pus. Own room available. $175/mo/ + 1/5
12 Typing Services Use forms appearing weeklyin REGENCY OAKS Reserve your room for fall util! 3731242. 91445
the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by 378.5766 Bus service to UF and SFCC.
13 Help Wanted mall.I MC. VISA, or checks only 3230 SW Archer Road furn or unfurn. $175.$250 per room Oct 1 1st, 2BD/1 BA, located In Mllhopper
COUNTRY GARDENS mate/month area $175/mo, live with a professionalperson
14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: 373.4500 MZ Prop. Mgmt Inc. Realtor 375.0207 leave message please, 3736830.
Payment by VISA or Mastercard 9.14.14.5 9.17.5.5
15 Personals 2001 SW 161h StreetSPACIOUS
ONLY Five dollar minimum.

16 Connections M F830 4pmD Female roommates to share 3b/2/ .Sba furnished Roommate Wanted n/s F to stay Sep.Dec
ONE BEDROOM APT townhome, Close to UF. $200.210 or longer, 185 + 1/2 bills Stay Sep (reel!
17 Notices How to correct ONLY $273MOLYONS + 1/3 util 378.5431. 9.14.11'5 Call 374.8434, g.I 8-5.5

18 Rides APT
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 2br/2ba unfurnished in beautiful March M/F roommate to share 3 br/2 5 ba townhouse .
19 Pets cancel your ad: wood townhouse to ihar*. n/s m/f/ pool at Casablanca W, $210 mo + 1/3/
1 block to UF large rooms, util paid, washer dryer 245/mo + 1/2 ut. Call Larry utilities, wa/dry/ Included. Call John 336
20 Lost & Found Cancellations: locked mailbox, cable, nice $150.175, 3351421. 9.13.10.5 4288. II.I 8.5.5
Call 373.FIND Mon Fn 8 4 pm also 1 bd ell, Close to campus, util' paid,
No refunds can be glvtn quiet 376.3291 9.I 12.11.2 ROOMMATE MATCHING! SERVICE F N/S own bdr/bath/ $240/mo + 1/2 util
OXFORD MANOR call 375.0466, Iv. message. 9.28.135.
;3 J When will your ad run? Alligator errors: $100 oil 1st month's rentl! Phoenix Apts.
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs. 2bdr/1/ ba $325/mo close to UF/Shands/ all Why live alone? Share expenses, but N/S M/F/ to share beautiful 2bed/2bath
Call 373.FIND with any corrections before amenities, cent ac/ht/ pets ok. 378. 1802 NOT bathroomsl! Large 3bdr/3ba town Marchwood townhouse. Washerdryerpool
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY 9.18.152 house apartments. Washer/dryer/ in $245/mo + 1/2/ ut. Call Richard 335
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY cluded. Come by today! 1421. 92055
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected 1 bdrm, Ouiet complex 1/2 mil from campus 2777 SW ARCHER RD 377.2777. 9.
Full kitchen. $345 Call 372.3389or 24-15.5 Female roommate wanted for own room &
Ads mailed In or placed at the ads will be extended one day.
3787392. 9.14.6.2AFFORDABLELuxurySecurity
own bath or 2 females to share room &
Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after F roommate, safe + secure beautiful bath at Oakbrook Walk. Call 371.1399
THREE to Ads placing the ad. Changes called in after / condo In NW area. Close to UF & SF $250 and leave message. 91855
days appear the first day will not be compensated. Custom iron sec doort/wndws SW ,1&2 pays all, $150 security dep. Call 376.5297
may run for any length of time brs, chandeliers, cell fns, micro, sensor or 813.956.1559. 91495
and be cancelled at any time Customer orror or changes: lite patio, privacy Inc. From $260 331, 6 FOR SALE
Corrections must be made in person at 2099. 91452 1 F lor own rm/ba in 2br/2.5ba at Casablanca .
Sorry, but there can be no re- The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON Partially furnished, wa/dry pool & TYPESETTER Varityper 5410. 2 Disk
funds for cancelled ads There will be I $2.00 correction tee Tired of complex living? Try our 1 bed clubhs. $250/mo/ + 1/2util Call 335.3546. drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisiers
room quadraplex. NW area No pets 92112.5 Factory reconditioned, Unused In past 2
$225/mo Close to campus Call yrs Perfect for small typesetting JObs.
3722223. 9.17.5.2 2 rooms avail NW area 1 mile to UF M Good machine for small type shop. System .
n/s/ responsible student. Ac/wash/dry/ Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 font
FOR RENT: UNFURN. Duplex 2 bedroom 1 bath, new Stove own room nice. $185/mo/ 371.8463, dISks. $3,500 OBO Call The Alligator at
FOR RENT: refig, dishwasher, garbage disp AC 377.1631 Alex. 9135.5 373.9926 for more Info
2 weeks FREE RENT 2 bdr $339 4 laundry room. Fairly close to campus
1 FURNISHEDFURN blocks north of UF, water paid, central air, $375. 462.4964. 9.14.3.2 BRANDYWINE 1/2 mile to UF FUR Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
421 NW 15 Street 371.7777., 9125.2 NISHED 2bdr/1ba $200/mo/ for own brand are all at our New location! Car
15 min walk to UF, $187 mo, 2 bedroom/1 ba $175 4 blocks from UF room + 1/2 bills, m/f, Jacuzzi, sauna, Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
call 377.4522 after 91851 411' NW 15 Si 371.7777, 9.18.5.2 2070. 12.14.78.8MICRO
6pm Walk to UF, Studios, 1, 2, & 3 bedroom weight room, huge pool. Dennis 372
apartments just north of UF 41'' NW IS 2857, 9.135.5SERIOUS
Secure Your Basic $525. CENTER// Computers 376.1146
Apartment: cost St. 371.7777, 9.18.5.2A MOBILE HOMES:
Portable, guards all openings; easy to mature f student to share Editor choice Hewlett Packard
use; for Info call Blue Gator Ent 377.6918 studio lor $245, 1 bedrooms $260.$349 beautiful bdrm/2/ 1/2 ba Greenleaf' condoon Northgate. Price lower than mail.order,
91431 by UF, very nice, must see. 411 NW 15 3 FOR RENT/SALE bus route. Flexible lease $225/mo + Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb ((28ms)
Street. 371.7777, 9.18.5.2 1/2/ mil 373.2509.. 9.18.8.5 Harddisk, graphics monitor. MC 286/12/
FOR RENT 1987 Skyline 14x56. 2bd/lbth/ Excellent $1195, MC 386SX $1370, Northgate
: 2 weeks FREE RENT Huge 2 bdr/2 ba cond, $9000 obo 336.4884. Alamar Gar- Housebroken apt. mate to share gorgeous 386/20. $2399. Leading Edge /laptop w/40
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk $369 1000 sq. feet Bel Air Apartments dens SW 20th Ave Splitplan, must sell downtown apt. 2bdr/2ba. All mod. conve MB hd ft battery $2395. 1 & 2 year warranties .
636 NW 26 Ave 371.7777, 9.18.5.2 1953 niences. $245/mo 373.7458 920105 Onsite warranties Panasonic
1180 printer $185, HP Laser Jet lip
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270.$280, share 3743 W. Ave. 12.14.
2 BDR $335 NEW House for rent Buckingham 3bdr2ba living 4 SUBLEASE: Female roommates needed to $1049 University
Townhouse $440, Sec
4bdr/3ba house and hot tubwasherdryer 76.6Crlmestopper
w/pool
room, large eat in kitchen, library, sen
Plus LMR Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. .
3 mile from UF $275 Includes
Available 9/14 faculty pref 332- HOUSEAPT.Sublease
Santa porch. .
Fe Trace Apis 378 '1190, 12.1478.2 3078 91422 unities 373-3247, 9.14.5.5LAURELS Car Alarm, K-40 Radar

Detector, Infinity, Stnsul, Sony,
turn
quiet for apt now f/ns/ for own room/ba/ in Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo
ALOHA GARDEN APTS. 1 2 3 brs, garden
Apartment near Norman Hall 1114' 7 Ave. 1991. September free, close
Aug14, very .
3bd/3ba. Great amenities, w/d S.t.t We Beat All Price 3733754. 12 14 76
flexible
near Shands & shoPPing,
1 bdr, loft, reserved parking, central setting to UF ft post office. $269/mo call Wilsonat "
Call 335 6487
paid $250 dep $250 mo. 6
heat/air, $325/mo 1-4074522325 91952 lease, 3009 SW Archer Rd. 377.0555 334.5183 or 392.3850. 91454
9.28.12.2 alter 5 pm. 91455
-- I Nice clean modern furniture and antiquesall
at reasonable prices Come take a
look THE PLUNDER HOUSE. 51'' SW
STUDENTS
DEAR
4th Ave. 372.6577, M/C VISA AMEX
FOLK MASS Alpha XI Delta extends condolence to the University of Florida for! the 9.17.156

losses your community recently experienced Our sympathy extends to the
I parents and friends of those young people whose lives were ended so ** "AIR CONDITIONER *

40- suddenly. Because of circumstances, Alpha XI Delta, "The NewSorority" 1 large, 1 small REASONABLE 377.9815.
Sunday ':00 pm ha postponed its recolonization rush The new schedule is 9.17.156

Brat, Mcoud third oattoyn as follows: DESKS (all sizes), Computer furniture,
Bookcases, File cabinets. Chairs (all
HOLY: 112INt1Y Sunday, Sept. 18 Informational Night styles) & more in stock at guarnateed lowest .
Come and celebrate 3:30: or 5:00: or 6:30: Reitz Union, Rm 363 prices. THE OFFICE MART 690 NE

Gods continuing gift E CHURCH (Please pick up ticket In Panhellenic Office) 23 Ave. 3737516 9.1\I.17.8\

of love to u,. ,.11I_erd. .._ For further Information contact the Panhellenic Office at 1 392.1633, 392.1262, or Classifieds. -
335-1801, Watch for information on campus, Irr the Alligator and on the radio.
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FUTON & FRAME Computer-IBMxt clone 20mb hard dr 5.25 D-BASS-car stereo specialist Warehouse Centiron racer LeMans rs 12spd $250. ALARMS Installed remote control
From only $200/set/ & 3.5 flops. amber monit color graph direct sales on all car audio equipment. Mount, bike gt outpost 18sp $250. Both any car truck or van fully guaranteed will
Call Al 3733127. 917156 card, math copr, 2 ser 1 par & I game port Gainesville students 25% off ..le /lnltal. excl cond 2 Rockford Fosgat lOin subs demo Call 336-9193 student Iv, mes.
DOS4.01 WPERFECT5, mouse opt. lations. D.BASS 4504 SW 29th Ave $150 462.1623. 11-14.4.11 age, 1019386
BEDS BEDS BEDS $1000 332-6492 alter 5. 91346 G'ville Ft 32608 9.26-20.6
NEW FURNITURE USED 5 foot love seat. tan, exe condo Call Jason
Lowest Discount Prices Wireless alarm systems lor apt. or house, Ed's Warehouse Recycle 372-9718 3350772. leave message 91448 ALPINE
Dumas Discount complete $349 5 yr warranty, panic button desks biKes, ac, beds, stereos, tool, 321S graphic eq w7bands & 4 amps
1421 NE 8th Ave. 371.4422 120 decibel, alarm Call 372.0903 or appl, lamps Save furniture, doors, speak. MOVING. Must sell, living room set dressers 20W of power. Get the best 4 your car
9.28.24.6 371.3956. 9.20-10'8 en, tables, couch. 428 NW 1st.'91866 dining table & chairs, recliner, mattresses Call Sebastian 332.9898 $150 firm 9.14.
Sharp 19" color TV, almost new 56
ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: **** REFRIGERATOR **** Bicycle Panasonic DX 3000 Like brand 371-2190. 9.14-4.6
Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba, 12 cubic foot 2 door G E refrigeratorworks new 325.00 377-9790. 9.14.3.6 COMPACT WASHER AND DRYER
Crunch, Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 125 well clean all shelves $160 de- Vacuum cleaner Royal, 2 yrs. old; $120, stand up Fngidaire $150 Call 3732496.
NW 23 Ave 371.4378. 1214766. livered 377.9815. 9.20.10.6 Access the Vax from home with a Zenith Exc,". cond., 372.0799 after 5 pm. 9. 9.145-6
modem keyboard and terminal $125.00 14-48
Papasans,wicker rockers, wicker bdr. furniture Call 332.0028 91326For Brand new Hunter AT bike for sale Don t
DISCOUNT HI-FI baskets & more at warehouse Alarm for windows & doors, portable, lightweight need and selling for $220. Live m.... 377.
722 S. Main The Red Bldg prices Sale Fri 9.6 & Sat 9-4 at Interstate Sale Sansui! stereo rec., Marantz tape simple to install, order 2 lor $20, 4 I 55. 9.17.5.6Pioneer
WE ARE CHEAPER Mini.Storage t ml north of Archer Rd Me deck, Sansui speak., Hitachi VCR, RCA 372.0799 after 5 9.144.11OAKTREESHADZSNGlASSES
Donalds 40th Blvd. II.I 3-5.8 VCR Apple 2c Computer monitor, image Video Disk $250, DOD digital
12.14.76.6CHEAP writer 91746 : delay' $50 D&D books(7)( ) $40, Over 2000
CANNONDALE SR 500 Shimano 105 RayBan $35, Vuarnet $45, Bolls $40 etc, 12- singles for dS| rap, dance. & soul 85'
RADAR Scott aero bars, Matrix Isoc rims, chpless FOR SALE Shogun 400, 271n. 12 speed Call 335.6450 to save your money 9- +. $2ea or bulk disc Bob 378.4003. 917
..Detectors All Brands 375.4875 $500 call Bob 376-6141 Iv. message 9- Like brand new 250 00 or best offer, call 20.7.6 56
13-56 Mike, at 336.6036 and leave message. 9.
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18 5 6 For Sale: sectional sofa $150, port. arch. COMPUTER AST 286 extended keyboard .
**DESKS*** ((7)) $75 each WOW.Kenwood dual cassette deck au draw board $100 art storage cart $100, 10 Zenith VGA color monitor, Panaso.
and 25 chain $5 each. toreverse $200, Sony CD player $150, or Head tennis raquet sale gal fish tank full set up $25, Wise computer me printer $1200 Call 373.1667
FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE* both for $325 Call 335.7404 If not home Graphit Pro $65 Comp Pro $60 MagnumPro $900 call for details 335.5374. 9. g.14.4-8
please leave 91346 $55 & thermo cover includedcall
message. strings 1436
Call 372-3336 day 336 0004 alter 7 pm.
92420.6 378.6610. 9-17.4.8 Dorm size fridge-big 2 0 cu. ft. Like new
JVC & Jarrard ZerO-100 turntables, Ste. Apple Computer System includes monitor Will deliver $120 335-4525. 91336
reo cabinets wsmoked/ glass doors, Complete King size, wavelesiwaterbed w/
****AIR CONDITIONER**** mouse, software, Panasonic printer
Smith Corona electric typewriter $50 padded sideboard, headboard + heater $950 obo. Erin 335.0744 will sell SELLIII New bed
12.000 BTUs that fits & cools Cory/Dia-/ pans MUST single' new microwave '
mond Village Apartment under warranty each Acoustad electrostatic speakers. $175 ObO, call 3748657. 91856 drafting chair, lamps. end table,
377-9615 11-17.15.6 Model One + One acoustad twin 200 Bikes: '10 and 12 speed good cond new 10 speed bike Please call 336-7008 or
amp $1500. Peavy KB.400 keyboard amp, Queen size waterbed headboard w/ tires $65/ea obo call Randy 3718281. 9- 335-2076. 91446
300 watts, 9.band eq.,. 4 channels $325. lamps + etched mirror, heater t mattress, 18.5.8
371.6401 9-14-56 all m excell cond $175, 3765516 9. HUNGRY?
ELITECOMPUTER 18.5.6 Neon beer signs' for sale, excellent for Hang us a line
Washer & dryer $300/881/ or best offer. Air parties and frat houses Best offer call Get two large pizzas for only $8.99
conditioner wheat/ & air, new or used. HANDGUNS FOR PROTECTION 3387911 Ask for Bill or leave message Call today. Gator Pizza
Microwave cart $35. For more info, call Saw .38 cal Pistols.$175 9-13.26 372.8202 1756
372.3208. 9.14.5.6WATERBED
SYSTEMSSimply
Excellent reliable protection, comes com
the best t In quality, deluxe king SEMI-WAVE. plate with instructional class and ammunition '
service and price. Call 3351300. LESS lights, headboard drawers, rails, Nick at 371-2466 (days) / 371.4950 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
$300 Call Bruce 373-5922. 91456 (nights). 91426

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i THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,)1990, ALLIGATOR, 13
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MOTORCYCLESHonda AUTOS SERVICESSLEEPY


Tiac 10 band EQ; brand new-mil boxw BICYCLEbrand new 22 5 Ib Italian racing Spree Scooter for sale 1988, ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW HOLLOW HORSE FARM *' lessons '
/ warranty! Paid $125.asking $100 030 bike,index 14ipe ds, Columbus tubing black, 2040 miles includes Nolan helmet RATES, low payments, last drive. boarding woodser facilities', *
Call 378-1495 Iv. Magi 91738 frame and fork Asking $450/obo. 373- and ramsuit lor $450. Call at 3713998. thru .service. se habla Espanol 377.2277 hay rides parties sales working
3674 9.14.56WATERBED 9.19.5.8 377.CARS, We care. 9.17-109 students accepted. 466.3224, 3758080.
Have 2 AL vi UF football tickets for Sept. 12.14.76-11
15. Call 335.1485. Best Offer 9.14.2.5 FOR SALE supersmgle, padded 1985 Yamaha RZ.350 exc condo Racing Nissan Stanza '82, Auto, A/C, 4D, HB,
rail and heater $100 o.b.o. 336.8283. kit me exhaust\ Very last! Last of 2.stroke cruise control, JVC stereo, 83,000 miles, *SUNBELT MOVING*
DD/5 Yamaha drum machine $50, Azuki street Yellow/blk. $l550neg Ray 3359312lv excellent condition $1750 373.7641
Imperial bike $75; girl'a 3.speed $50, MOVING SALE. Everything must go. Cars, m... 9.26.10.8 Susan 9135.9 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.
queen waterbed $75; dresser $20 & com furniture, color TV, clothes, kitchenware, 1. Item House full Local/Lng dm
plete toilet. $30 376.4624. 91736 toys, etc. Sat & Sun Sam 2701 NW 23 Blvd 9 1984 Pontiac Bonneville 4 door good con. Lie/Ins Priced lor Studentsl Marty 375
*R.145. 9.14.2.6 AUTOS dtion $2650 low mileage call after 8am MOVE. 12.14.76.11HORSE

WINDSURFERS 12 It. with 6.3 sail and before 9pm, 4852646. 9179.9
BIKE.MEN'S 21.Inch 10 speed -Motobec 1980 FORD F-150 PICKUP EXCELLENT BOARD Greathouse Farm &
O'BrIen Elite 10.5 It, 6.0 sail $325 each,
Call 376.3936. 91956 an*" with Jim Blackburn racks Moving, CONDITION. $2395/Best Offer Call 371 1986 FIERO SE, black, sunroof, 56,000 Equestrian Ctr The ultimate in care &
must selll Asking $150 Call 3770644 1073. 914139 original miles In perfect condition. Must facilities 15 mm from UFI! Jan 376.7762
9.14.14.11
sell best offer Call 377.5528. 9.13.4.9
Urgent! have to sell by Sept 20. Honda
Civic '85, TV, vcr bed, shelves. table, 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED 1989 NISSAN PULSAR burgundy/grey, S.
chair lamps, I lot more. Prices negotiable speed, air, am/fm, brand new condition, 1986 MUSTANG LX 3.door, ac, ps, pb pi, AAA STORAGE
call 336.6455. 91956 under warranty Call 338.4055 between sunroof, cruise, tilt $3900 negotiableCall Close to UF, Convenient4x4x4
REPAIR 8am and 4:15: pm. 9.14.13.9 after 6pm 475.2841. 9.14.5.9 $15/mo/
Precision Small Engine. Pickup & Delivery 4x8x8 $25mo533SW2ndAve /
5 couch $75 13" color tv
;
pit
piece grp
available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace, .TOYOTA SUPRA* 88' Honda CRX HF w/32000 ml, white w' 3771771
$50; 19 color tv $80; Nintendo cart s $25:
men's 10'spd bike $35; Call 372.0498 across from Alley Katz 336.3825. 9.28. 1984/Auto,/Loaded/Good cond-! blue Interior, speed, new front tires, 12.14.76-11
after 6pm, 9.17.3.6 14.8 tion/$4,950/Ph 377.9618. g.13.10.9Thomas great gas mileage, $6800 obo please call
371,9886. 9.14-5.9 *FREE* .
Pregnancy Test
Ceaser Burns 1974 Alfa Romeo Spider red convertible, Gainesville Women
excellent condition. Must sell $2300 or HEALTH CENTER
best offer Call 336.9302. 9.14.5.9 720 NW 23rd Avenue
}b yCow WOU D AI yT DID AE/ I"s mi: 377.5055ABORTION
> ptz y v WEU 1984 FORD ESCORT. PERFECT CONDI- (To 24 Wks)
AtM5Mao EFaPNOONE TION Sap AC 1800 OBO 3326858. 913 BIRTH CONTROL
ZIT 3-9 Gynecology Services
12.14.75.11
MOVING. Must sell, 1. Honda Accord LX
1989. Better than new 2. Plymouth ***R & R Pickup & Delivery professional
ITI Volare 1977, Excellent mechanical condition shippers over 40 yrl. The neighborhood
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PUCHE5 Ep v 6IX601 371-2190. 9.14.4.9 courier Gvilles been looking for) 376
3391*****'
80 Toyota Corolla 4sp 2dr a/c 110k. New 9.25.2011COLLEGE

to NGE I GEFUMN paint, brakes, tires Very good cond Re.
V cords are avail I $1500 Call 336 5967 or $ MONEY Private scholarships ,
336.8702, 9.13.3.9 College Scholarship Locators pOb
1881 Joplin, MO 64802.'1881 800879\
Dodge Colt 1983 manual 60,000 miles 7485. 12.14.75.11
ll., 1 i I r Good condition New brakes, new clutch,
new tires Asking $1200. Call Jln Xiong at Marlboro Farms Quality horse boardingon
392.2676 or 336-4571. 91339 50 acres. Riding ring trails, individual
turnout, concrete block barn. 6 miles west
87 black Chevy Cavalier z'24, 5'spd, ac, Oaks Mall. Stalls, pasture, or full board
,CRArG b'AxrRH' sunroof, tinted windows, new tires Enky 472.4313. 9.24.13.11
11r )ftl:' rims $6300 or $1800 & take over payments .
Call 336.7911. Ask for Bill or *SELF PROTECTION*
leave message *Gas Dispensing Flashlight*
GCCWMAT Hippnm+ To GARfMic? tt ALWAYS PfPCNPCP OKI MY sprays capsicum gas, disables, and
HC (DflWMT) STfAL MY CuP OF COrCCC.YrT HCSMM SO '83 Mercury Caprice, V.6, sunroof, low marks attacker w/dye lor police. /
mileage, exc.cond, $2500, 376.8672 9. Dual Use Flashlight aims Gas
COFftt MH1WE.v MfllOW WITHOUT IT/1 W'ftJl ?| 18.59 Looks harmless & fits in pocket

KNCw HIS :irr. ;. Send $18 to GS11021 2nd St
N 1982 Toyota Corolla SR.5, Red, 5.spd, Covington, IN 47932.1004
a/c./ Very dependable. Asking $2000 9.17.8.11
obo Please call 335.6921 Iv. message
9207 Experienced amateur exercise nder
Mf 1.Y..4 h Expenses, call for Inlormatlon 47': .3v-
fIPMS I
81 HONDA ACCORD 9.20.10.11
4.door. power steering, a/c $1500 Cal
3764824. 9.17.3.9 Experienced horse trainer, show exper
}1 ence, Arab horses, for information 472
HONDA ACCORD, '82, hatchback, silver, 3777 9201011
wgrey/ Interior, air, am/fm, brand new
tires, exc, running cond, $1995, 373 NAILS BY VONDELL
4320, message 9.20.6.9 3131 NW 13 St 377.1763
Full sets! $18 Fills $13' Hot oil
10 WANTEDLocal Manicures Pedicures Limited, ( Time Only

THE MOg1LE' GoLDfISH b I chroeder 10.5.20.11

Artist needs: GOLD, Gems Class Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly pro.
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie Fine
lessional care in peaceful surroundings
373.9243 12 I 14.76,I 10
Jewelry and TLC 462
Daily turnout grooming
ONLY wHEIJ I'M P
f 5127 11.2.40.11SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS
HA HA' I WANTED: Tennessee tickets
4 ON FIRE, WELL wlaAr T11EY Call 332.0102 or 332.8890 Ask for Gregor FOR COL

I HECK DID HE Keith. 9.18 5.10 LEGE Are available! Millions go unclaimed
L yearly 1 .000.334 3881
I THINK I MEANT? Must have 8 tix 11.10 Gators VX. Bulldogs 111950.11
SMOKE? p In Jax Call 407.482.6629 anytime. Will
,
pay anything reasonable or slightly unreasonable HOME SECURITY LOCKS Security
x 9.19.5.10 Peepholes, Patio door locks, doorguards,
f
t' & deadbolts installed Under {25 for each
item Installed. Call Bob 335.7270. 9.14.
// w+ 2HP) 11 SERVICESNW 5.11
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Mini storage at I 1.75 &,NW 39th Ave NOVA STUN GUN
near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from Safes' Effective I Non.lethal I
$20 10% dllc. tostudents. 332-8917. 12 send $89 $3 S+H to 114 Lahoma
1478.11 Lansing, Ml 48915517.484 6807
9.27.13.1 I
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
Get confidential testing and treatment at CONCEALED WEAPONFIREARMSPERMIT
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881, 12. COURSE Comprehensivecourse
IRA by pablo 14-76.11 by certified police instructor Ad. ..

The bird wt an attllude dresses safety' laws, avoidance teen
GATOR MOVING niques To apply for a permit you must be
certified Central ink'Security, Inc. Office
Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Paeklng/ 1- 1.673-0509 paging service 1 1.800.2263477 .
I DO t. T AND / item/Hse Full. Days/Eves Long dis pager number 291.5041, 9175
...NO \\\I\ GROWAWAY Llc/lns Harry/Bill 374.4791. 12.14.76.11Hunter
ill .WANT A FLOWERDOtWIZ mME MI NJ \ \ 11 I

AM nil \ 'tJIUUfEtRUr l RI I Showbarn now accepting students! SECURITY SYSTEMS .

.TOE: ALL J J working Put UF students equestrian accepted.coach Farrell, Boarding Farms at an affordable price. Call Davy Enterprlaea336 .
\ -..../ "'" .5636. 9.24.10.11000999ATTENTION111
.LFAGCANZ0G0 ft" :::./ 4723142 1093011

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BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTION
AWN'f) Macintosh software, hardware or services
&
c Military 'tear gas personal protection .
/ info Keycham unit or home canister at low prices? Call Dave at 373 1524 for
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Visa/MC phone orders) Sent immediately! 9.21.8.11Classifieds.

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SERVICESMINI HELP WANTEDParttime Personal Fouls John Telford

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DOOR KNOB ALARM Compact & delivery person needed to work
lidlrs f Jn fie Gou'LG To SEE TM= T WA6 AJST l$4lTh a
portable. Use on all nonmetallic, doon A MWF gam 6pm. $5/hour Call Lee or Y. OrxaTevJ.u ( 6'-T N5 .
To
loud alarm sounds when outside knob is Ron 332-0411 9-143-13 lt'a Oa 7 r ( Rr FoR
touched. Retell. itself automatically nGoukict n B_ U14.. SWAPLt hi
M" 410) J O IttuyjAVY /
Send check or money order lor $15' plus Jobs in USA and overseas. All occupa. / Aft &*_Tr : T10M omcH. OK
$5 for shipping & handling to tions. Don't limit yourself to those lew ( TO GO O.1 OR1Ar ATW-lr.T1. L1T5 RrLL N .
CONSUMERS' CHOICE, PO BOX 1501 companies that recruit on campus. Jump rN LI IRiP Ws aN3 ATI
BUFFALO NY 14215. 9.13.2.11 start your job hunt Contact College recruiters ( t 11 r
today Write to C.A S.. 652 W.
Problems in Math? Then call Greg at Palm Ave Placenpia, Ca. 92670 11-21
377.8308. Professional Tutoring offeredat 50.13
only $12 per hour 9.18.5.11
Student needed to assist In maintenance
MATH TUTORS Warren Bernard and of live holding system. ParHlmelIexlble
Bruce Teague. UF and SFCC Discounts hours Call Lee or Ron 332-0411. 9-14-
for groups of 2-5. 37.TUTOR. 9.27.10.11 3.13

TYPING Childcare/Housecleanlng for faculty lam.I I
ily' late afternoons Includes helping' w/
schoolwork $4.50/hr. Need car. Call
12 SERVICES 3734484. 9-132-13

Typing reports business legal Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to par Boehmer
resumes cassettes transcribed applications ticipate in new drug study for the treat Fine Line Ray
letters notary *etc Available ment of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call
24 hours/7 days/372-2777 12-14-76-12 331.5379. 12-12-63-13 '
WHAT TOE- MGT VC11 ofe4.iNAL!
MICRO CENTERTyping 376.0339. Full & Student maid wanted earn extra 1'1.. MANI'>I C. rri SEEN boNE Awrn HEY! NOW
self service computing. Typing starts @ $25/week, work just 4 hrs. housekeeping AN CPP/iY' ..! THATr.1lctOM
1.50/pg Resumes $6 Self service, resumes & organization, clean & energetic only \ NEW
$2 50/hr 15/page. Laser type 375.3705 ask for Erin 9-14813 ( WMN THIS!
set graphics spell check theses tL *
papers special, characters A employ EARN EXTRA CASH WITH THE PUSH )' e m
ment databases A mailmerge A training. OF A PIN. Put up posters with application fill
WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC/ 12-14- forms for VISA, MasterCard and / Iltir T 2 f
76-12 other national credit' cards on campus ILL
1 And earn up to $2 for each response. It's
Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable that easy Call 1.800.950.1037 Ext. 75.
service Reasonable rates Laser 9.20.2.13 1
printer. 377.8175 fit' 9.00pm. 12-14-76-
1 12 HOUSECLEANER Shire per week plus
help with entertaining Lovely old house
...RESUMES*** near campus References required Call
Complete wr,,ting, & development services 3786504 9-14-313
Resume House 371.8148 12.14.76.12 .j
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Typing//Word processing WordPerfect --I>.It.aiaw------> 11.Iftl11.I-lttat.lifl, ;;
5 quality work fast results, low rates .i
dependable personal service Tara 332 .iI
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376-5465* 3500 W. Univ Ave. I r 1
Alachua Word Processing 12-14-76-12 Classifieds services be listed in II I
allow
Alligator products, jobs, etc. to a
"directory" to make it easier lor readers to find your ad. A simple form I [ I I I I 9- 1 1

Fast Word Service Processing. same(WordPerfect day possible 5.1)) explains the step-by-step manner in which to place an ad and will help I I 1 I 1 I I I I' 1

Spellcheckmg different fonts you determine the cost. Our Classified Advertising staff will be happy to I 1 I I I I j,
Laser print possible. Call 378.8127 advise you.Alligator I. 'it 1
9.19.5.12 I I & I I I I I II .

Classifieds may be placed In a number of ways: I
13 HELP WANTED i (
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1. If you have a valid Mastercard or Visa, you can place your ad by :J g ri !
I CIRCULATION Independent Florida I ROUTE Alligator.DRIVER Must for own The telephoning 373-FIND between 8.00 and 4.00 pm. I I I r I I I 1 I in A': '" ;

I reliable van or pick-up, :truck and be available I I I I I 1 I i A
I from 5 a.m until 9 a.m. Monday 2. You can mail your Alligator Classified form (with check, money order.. 1
I through Friday. Must have excellent driving or Mastercard/Visa information no cash, please) to: I I I i I I I ( f s 1

record and valid Florida driver li I L \ I I I ( :I
cense. Pay per route plus mileage. Alligator Classifieds 1 : 1
Apply at the Alligator offices 1105 West PO Box 14257Gainesville I I I I I ( Z
University Avenue Ask (for the route 1 E I
driver application. No calls, please Affirmative FL 32604 I I f I I I I f Z

Action/Equal Opportunity Employer 1 I I I I I I ( N 0 1
3. You can place your ad in person by coming to our office at 1105 W. -
University Ave., beiween 8 am and 4 pm, weekdays. Our trained, friend- 1 I I t I I I I I !!: e 1

Avon Full AVON or 3758967Sell Part-time We Train. ly staff will be glad to help you with your ad. 1 I 1 ; I I I 1 I 1

Benefits Insurance. 12-14-76-13 I 1 I I I I I
I 4. You can place your ad in person at one of The Alligator's convenient 1 : z
f. INTELLIGENCE JOBS "remote"locations. i i :'" I I I I 9- !i ;

t I FBI, CIA, US Customs DEA, etc Now 1 f
Hiring. Call ((1)805) 687-6000 Ext. K- ON CAMPUS LOCATIONS: i
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Location Day Hours I 1 J
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Customer Service Desk . M F Sam .4 pm 1 I I .t. I I I I Z

Medical Bookstore, ShandtReltz M. F Sam 4 pm I I 1 I I I 1
Read books at home! 1 OFFICE USE ONLY
$100/Titlel' Guaranteed! Union, Cashier's Office M-F .9 am 9 pm I I I I ( Sp. Chg. 1
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Need HELP for Booming Business, 1 CLASSIFICATIONS .i'. :''jCMck.( fte) .' '::".,.
Excellent Pay in 4-fO' hrs/week/ Please use this form to place Alligator Classifieds. Please follow these RATE
Call 3754875. instructions exactly. Be careful to include everything you wish to say. Request 1 _1. For Rent: Furnished _n. services (Circle one)

92521.13 for changes after the ad has been ordered must be considered a _'2.. For Mobile Rent Homes: Unfurnished For 12. Typing Services 1 Day__...00 I
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new advertisement. THERE CAN BE NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS 1 -.. -14 11. Help Wanted 20iye..7.00ID I
$75 volunteers .ubl..H.u.tlA'1/
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to Butlntii
... participate AFTER PLACING THE AD. In the event of an error, The Alligator is -5. Roommates. Personals : .y..I.OO
$ in new drug study for treatment of _Ptnonili
athlete's foot. Call 3315379. 9-26-20- responsible ONL i for the FIRST insertion. Do not use foreign language, __.. For Sale _1J.: Connections D'YI11.DD I
1 13 double-entendres, or manner of address which identifies the addressee 1 _7. RM| Edit 17. Notices S Days 13.00

to a third party. The acceptance of payment with advertising copy does _Motorcycles. =,11. Rides AillI''''.... Dm I
HOUSEKEEPER/NANNY/ pt/ft, mature. not constitute a binding agreement on the part of The Independent 1 _I. Aulot _11. Pets f I.Muck
own transportation, fluent English some Florida Alligator to publish said copy. The Independent Florida Alligator _10. Wanted _20. Lost I found'' _doge, i_ I

I nights ft references.weekends.377-0556.Top salary.9-14-9-13 Interview reserves the right to act as a sole judge of the suitability of any advertising 1 MASTERCARD a VIlA EXP. DATE: AUHUnal, Hull I
copy submitted for publication and reserves the right to edit,revise, ':.00 NCR line,each day

J J4 SOCCER COACHES and GYMNASTICS delay, or reject any advertising copy submitted. 1 CR E OIT. _AH' .Iieee. ell. ---.:... I
INSTRUCTOR wanted for YMCA. Call: the
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HELP WANTEDHELPI HELP WANTEDPhone PERSONALSSAVE PERSONALSPermanent PERSONALSPOSTER


UF s swim team. I I'm 9 years old ft survey work, part-time ,flexible eveS ON RAYBANS Hair Removal SALE Biggest and best selection .

have built-in pool Mom lays I must' learn wkd hrs hourly wage + bonuses Callor Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc for Choose from over 1000 different, images .
to swim & you must be responsible stop by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave University Opticians info about the PERMANENT removal of ROCK, OLD MASTERS (Monet
(She'II grill you, believe met) Pleas 372.4028. 914713 300 SW 4th Ave 378.4480 unwanted facial & body hair 374.4307 Deli, Van Gogh Picasso Escher

please call me if you can spare 1 hour per 121476.15 12.14.76.15 Matisse, Wyeth ft hundreds moral'),
week 3328070. Don't t let me smkl 9.18. Part Tim Delivery and sales help FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC MOVIE POSTERS. BEATLES, SPORTS,

wanted Must be strong, healthy and sell STUDENTS GET CASH$ DANCE CARS, SCENIC LANDSCAPES
MAKE.UP ARTISTS WANTED for 10th starting Friendly atmosphere $4 50/hr Serving UF since 1977 For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy MUSIC SKIING PERSONALITIES (Em

Annual Gallery of Horror, Oct. 12.31 to start The Wood Stove. Inc 2031 NW Most insurance accepted 372.1226. 211 W. Univ Ave..nexttoCentralCily Stem James Dean, Marilyn Monroe and
Oaks Mall. Call 378.0041 or 374.4334 for 6th St. No phone calls 9135.13 2 blocks Dr.from Steven UF 1107 Schargel SW 2 Ave 12.14.76.15 others), TRAVEL. HUMOR, ROMANCE

application. 10.3.15.13 PHOTOGRAPHY (Ansel Adams Talbot &
Sitter needed for 10 & 11 yr olds 373 7070 Protect Yourself From the Killer* AmBling Others). MOST IMAGES ONLY $S AND $6
12 14 76 IS
The MEKONG restaurant needs waiters Wednesday (Thursday afternoons.some chain burglar alarm attaches to door or eachl) See us at FIRST FLOOR REITZ

and waitresses Apply in person at 4421 evenings & weekends Cad 332.7200 window Strong chain prevents entry UNION on MONDAY SEPT FRIDAY
NW 25th Place (b.hlnd.H.rdees). 9.13. leave message 9.14.6.13 *Call*GET ACTS A GRIP. .* loud alarm blasts Rush $1 I 95 to Fleming SEPT 14 between 9am.Som This sale
376 7105 Co., 1108.E Ivystone Sq Chesapeake -
sponsored by REITZ UNION PROGRAM
The filled
Social Chairman/woman to book Spirit
VA
organIzed 23320 9219.15 COUNCIL. 11.14.5.15
EARN $35This $100.$150 Campus Ministry
parties per party plus 377.6369 9.7.3.15
12 14 76 15
benefits, Unlimited Call .
week for your blood plasma donation opportunities Stun Gun Buy wholesale 65 Kvolts $50
with this ad. Our NEW COMPUTERIZEDsystem now 374.1700. 9.24.10.13DRIVERS mcl compact unit, bait safety sWitch.

allows you to donate in 1/2 the NEEDED Skydive with The SKYDIVE Williston Skydivers 336 STOP wrist 904.237.2130.strap, pocket 9.21 clip 10.15, ft pfth 1 yr wart
time! Study while donate
you or watch Days and Nights. Flexible schedule Calltod.y 7970. 12.14.73.15
videos. Free Parking. Gainesville Donor
for interview, Gator Pizza 372-
Center, Est 1969. 238 SW 4th Ave 378 UMBRO SHORTS ,
8202 9.11.5.13 Baseball cardsbuyselltrade ,
9431 MTh8. Fri 8.5 Sat 8.2, 121467
Stud.nts.read ad 'Att.ntlon Students" in You love Umbro shorts? Weve got bunches

BUSINESS call Jell 378.1856 after 5 this Personals Column for your prOIlClion. of em Virtually every style, color & i

PEACE CORPSTHURSDAY 9.14.10.15 size in stock with competitive pricesLloyd ,
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afternoons $4/hr. Call for appointment 371.8190 now, Tons of styles & colors to choose .
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3733636. 9.19.5.13PLAZA 9.25.10.14 SENIORS would you like your resume from, all with lifetime warranties Lloyd
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sent to the Personnel Directors of over Clarke s 1504 NW 13 St 9.14.4.15Stringing.
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PERSONALSLEARN CONNECTIONSGOLD LOST & FOUNDLOST VISIT

CAT 6 month old white female w// Ifl
SAIL JUST $49 GOLD GOLD
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grey ears, paws & grey striped tail, blue ;
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fun and on 22 It loop Charters buy your
It I easy my Recently spayed, scar still visible. gotki9
$ WE PAY CASH eyes. (
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USCG Capt 336-1828 371-4367 Best Jewelry A Loan Last seen 9/3/90 on 300 block NW 34 Dr. .
Rewardl l 378-1875 or 3928064. 9-14-5-
Uechi Ryu brown belt needs training part. 10-1223-16
20
ners ana.or. instructor Also, 1977 Nova
neecs engine $200 obo call 376.6725 27 yr old SWM, enjoys buying gold, cashIng FOUND: Rust-colored address book on 716 N. MAIN
9-173-15' checks & making loans. Looks for discreet
rel Best Jewelry & loan. payphone outside Bageland. Call 375- 376-9041
371.4367. 10-12-23-16 8113 to claim 9133.20

16 CONNECTIONSTHE WE'VE GOT THAT KIND OF CASH. FOUND: One Swatch. Call Staci at 378- HOUSEHOLD ITEMS "GO DWILL: A

WHITE!; CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave, Best J&L 371-GEMS. 10122316Best 6048 or 372-6343. If not in, leave name AND FURNITURE AT CUSTOMER.

372.8724. Old esoteric books, astrology and number. 9.13.3.20 AFFORDABLE PRICES FRIENDLY STORE"
readings crystals, minerals, and more. Jewelry & Loan
9-17-15-16\ Largest Pawnshop in Townl FOUND: Set of keys in grass across from
frat Sept 6. Call to ID: 334-6607,
371-4367 row on "->:<->:<->:<-':1 ):(-):<-) -iEARN:(->:(81f0108f9ef9ifgifgitf0ifgiDlli0if0: '
GAY? BIT QUESTIONING? 8UVeSEllelOANePAWN 9-14-3-20
GAY Switchboard 332-0700 hrs 10-12-23-16
Info/Relerral/Consultation/ 12-14-76-16 FOUND: Set of keys on Gator football UP TO $500
schedule keycham w/ a Volkswagen key
SALE SALE SALE Found on NW 1st Ave & 27th St on 9/10.
BODYBUILDERS!!!!!
TV's $25 & up, VCR'S $85 & up Call 376-7768 9-14-3-20\ ASTHMASTUDYWe
CD players $79 & up. Gold $10 A up chronic asthma daily
Attend our course on contest prep. Every Best Jewelry & Loan 3714367. LOST' Set of keys, mostly UF keys, lost are looking for subjects with ,
t c Sat 10am Gainesville Gym 3768400. 10- 10-12-23-16 somewhere near Beatty tennis, courts on symptoms or continuous use of medications. Subjects! will

3.25.16 night of 9/7. Call 377-6378 after 4 pm: be required to take study medication on a daily basis and
EZ Loans with approved collateral. Call
"How I Got Into Graduate School with a the Cash Hotline Your Buddy Richard will LOST tan wallet on main campus 9/10/90 record information daily on a diary card. There will be
2.36 GPA"1 1000 words. 3SASE. CJ, Box Contact Amy at 336.0271 or return to L4F for 13 weeks Monday
take care of you. Best Jewelry & Loan weekly clinic visits ((1-3 hours) ,
2785, Arlington, VA 22202. 9-12-10-16\ Cash for anything. 3714367. 10-12-23- at Reitz, Union. REWARDIII'!! 9.17.3.20
Friday.
EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease 16 FOUND. Set of dorm keys across from
treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. Beckum, 10. Call Jack 376-
Rawlings Hall on Sept
Football to Cure paralysis 18-65 olds
optometrist. 9\7\ W Unlv Ave. 3761288. A Flag Tourney 8097. 9-17-3-20\ Non-smoking year ,
92820-16 is Sept. 16 at 5pm. Sign up by 4:30:: todayin males and sterile females
214 Fla Gym. $125 donation req. 9-13-
MB FOUND: female German Shepherd-hound No other medical conditionsCall
.ee. 2 The beautiful man in the purple cross dog at NW 5 Ave & 15 St. on 9.10.
t-shirt on m. nits w/glasses/ at U.C. ClubPI. Call 373.8250 leave message. 9-17-3-20\
Write to pob 5023 Gville 32605. 17 NOTICESSELF 392-9086. no answer, please leave a message on the
.ee. 9-19-10-16 LOST: Gold chain w2 charms, near
Schnell or Lake Alice Fields on 8/29. Reward answering.machine.. .
WHITE CLOUD -jull t inArkansasquartz DEFENSE !! Call 334-7998. 9-21-7-20
Malachite, Emerald & Ruby MWF
crystals
Isshinryu Karate Club meets 4.6pmin
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Tourmaline, Beautiful Candles 9- Women's Gym. Call Jeff at 335-5917\ FOUND: Set of keys in Plaza of the Amer.icas
13.5.16 9-19-5-17\ on 9/10./ Call to Identify 3348317.
9-17-3-20\ am Ain ain ain ain am am am ain ain am am am am am AIn
"G"Get reall) Send phone or address, plus
mon Into. No guts no gloryl POB 2073, 18 RIDES FOUND: Gold chain on SW 4th Ave. on S
Gvl. 32602. Last Chance. 9.13.2.16 9-10 Call to ID.335-4201. 9-17-3-20\ a The Brothers of Delta Sigma PI

$45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 one way. 6 S
would like and welcome
ATTENTION:: Student Loans on anything!! yrs. of weekly Fn/Sun bus trips Pets ok, FOUND: Two language books In 201 Little congratulate
No one refused with good collateral. Best pkg transported GMG trans 336- Hall on Monday 10 Sept 1990. Call 392- our Fall 1990 Pledge Class
Jewelry & Loan Pawnbroker 523 NW 3rd 70263052663788. 9-24-20-18 0994 to identify 9-17-320\

Ave. 371.4367. 10-12-23-16\ Sherry Altenbach Trevor DyerMargaret

"When you're stuck out in 02 19 PETS Lynn Broxson Glenn :
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and you need cash to get home, Jud Clemmer Louis Katz S SE

click your heels three times MARLBORO FARMS. horse board- Lisa Jon
Quality Cooper Ludwig
and think of Best Jewelry & loan. U.S. SAVINGS D.
10-12.23-16 ing on 50 acres Riding ring, trails, individual turnout, concrete block barn 6 miles
WE BUY AND PAWN west Oaks Mall. Stalls, pasture, or full BONDSfind Adria Depasquale Paul Moore D
Gold Silver Diamonds Jewelry board. 472-4313. 9-24-20-19 Rose Dias Kyla Peacock

Rolex*TVs*Stereos VCR's Paul Diociocchi Steven Potter S SH
. a TOP CASH PAIDII Stop living in fearll Top quality trained
Best Jewelry & Loan 371.4367 dogs & puppies for home & business.' Feel out more call1800USBONDS Rob Donofrio Alisa Rose
10-12-23-16 confident In your car or just taking a walk. <1 Jen Dozier Denise Swingle S SJay
Invest in your future. Thunder Bay K.Olnc.
1 Whilewater rafting on the Smokies. 9/21- Over 25 yrs experience. (8135733658.) Vickles S

9/23/ incl 2d of rafting A camping, all trans, Visa/MC accepted. 9-19-14-19 Attain the leading edge. '
4 meals. $75/student./ Visit rm 330 JWRUor

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9/17.\ 9-17-3-16\

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Plaza. We care. Call us 1st 377CARS. FREE ad in this section. Be kind to some. F ; l Alligator for eating places.
9-26-10-16 one who lost what.you found. Call 373- I
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Wanted: Fisherman wanted to take part in .
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HOLLINGSWORTHfrom Hollingsworth completed 18 of Tom Willis,who led FSU to a 24-17 dinator, thinks Hollingsworthcould sition,"Bates said."He has a quick
page 20 36 passes for 265 yards in the victory over the Gators last season be a major threat in this release,and he finds the secondary
Tide's 27-24 upset loss to Southern with 319 yards and three touch- weekend's game. receiver if the primary receiver is
said."And he came in and
Stallings
He hasa Mississippi. He tossed a 60-yard downs. "He came into a situation (Oast covered. He's a talented quarter-
did job.
just an outstanding "
knack for getting things done." touchdown pass to Craig Sander. "(He's) kind of tall, lanky, not year) that nobody planned on," back.
son that tied the game 24-24, but real big, but pretty accurate,"Fain Bates said."He turned a team that But t both Stallings and
With Stacy gone and Alabama's Southern Miss won with a long said. "He gets the job done. He's was good into a great team." Hollingsworth say that at this
running game uncertain at best, field goal late in the fourth quarter. not a real big scrambler, but just point, it would be difficult to dras-
Bates said that due toHollingsworth's
look to was partly
Stallings may tically change Alabama's game
sits in the pocket and waits for
Hollingsworth to do even more Sat- UF cornerback Richard Fain natural abilities at plan.
things to happen.
urday against the Gators than he compares Hollingsworth to former quarterback."He .
did last week. Florida State quarterback Peter Jim Bates, UF's defensive coor- has a great feel for the poGETAWAY" -





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AC3 COMPUTER CENTER EDS ELECTRONIC DATA SYSTEMS CORPORATION JOHN F. KENNEDY SPACE CENTER,NASA PLAYTEX FAMILY PRODUCTS, MC.< :
ALAMO RENT A CAR EGAD FLORIDA, INC. JOHN HANCOCK FINANCIAL SERVICES PRICE WATERHOUSE
ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY E.I 1. DUPONT d. NEMOURS COMPANY JOHNSON CONTROLS, NC. PROCTOR GAMBLE. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
ALCOA-ALUMINUM COMPANY OF AMERICA (THE) ELECTRONICS BOUTIQUE,MC. KAY JEWELERS PROCTOR GAMBLE CELLULOSE COMPANY
AMC THEATRES EU LILLY COMPANY KENNETH LAVENTHAL COMPANY CPA'I PROCTOR GAMBLE LATIN AMERICAN DIVISION
AMP, INCORPORATED ENCORE COMPUTER CORPORATION KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN PROGRAM RESOURCES INC.. NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE
ANDERSEN CONSULTING E A J GALLO WINERY KMKffS COPIES PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA
ANN TAYLOR EIJ GALLO WINERY HOTEL/RESTAURANT/ DIVISION K-MART APPAREL COMPANY PRUDENTIAL PROPERTY AND
ARMY AIR FORCE EXCHANGE SERVICE ERNST YOUNG K-MART CORPORATION CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANY
ARTHUR ANDERSEN COMPANY EXXON KPMG PEAT MARW1CK QUAKER OATS COMPANY
ARTHUR ANDERSEN.TAX TECHNOLOGY GROUP FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION LADY FOOTLOCKER RICH'S' DEPARTMENT STORE
ASHLAND CHEMICAL,INC. FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION LARGO POLICE DEPARTMENT ROYAL PALM VENTURES WC.
All FERGUSON ENTERPRISES,INC. LAW ENGINEERING, NC.< : RYDER SYSTEM,INC.
AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING,INC. FIRST FLORIDA BANK LAVENTHOL AND HORWATH SACMO'SFORMALWEARSALES
BARNETT BANKS, INC. FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS(REGION IV) LEE COUNTY GOVERNMENT TECHNOLOGIES.INC.
BAXTER HEALTHCARE CORPORATION, DADE DIVISION FLORIDA ENGINEERED CONSTRUCTION LORAL DATA SYSTEMS SARASOTA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
BECKER CPA REVIEW COURSE PRODUCTS CORPORATION MAAS BROTHERS/JORDAN/ MARSH SCHLUMBERGER WELL SERVICES
BELLCORE (BELL COMMUNICATIONS RESEARCH) FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL MACY-S SOUTH (ILK MACY CO.) SEARS
BNR (BELL NORTHERN RESEARCH) FLORIDA MARINE PATROL MAISON BLANCHE SHAW INDUSTRIES
BELLSOUTHSOUTHERN, BELL BELLSOUTH SERVICES FLORIDA NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING MARTIN MARIETTA SPACE LAUNCH SYSTEMS SHERWIN-WILUAMS
BIZ TEL I MARKETING EXECUTIVES MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE WSWANCE COMPANY SMOAK, DAVIS NIXON
BODY SHOP/JAR/ RODS FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT M A M MARS SOUTHWESTERN PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
BUDGET RENT A CAR CORP. FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION MERCK AND COMPANY,INCORPORATED STAR ENTERPIRSE
BURDINES F.N.WOLF AND CO, INC. MERVYN'S DEPARTMENT STORES ST. PETERSBURG TIMES
BURGER KING CORPORATION FORD MOTOR COMPANY MIAMI ELEVATOR COMPANY STUARTJAMES DIVESTMENT BANKERS
C' S NATIONAL BANK OF FLORIDA FORNESS, COTTRILL, P.A. MIAMI HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY SUMMIT PROPERTIES
CABER SYSTEMS, INC. FRITO LAY, INC. MICHELIN TIRE CORP. SUMTER ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE,INC.
CAMP DRESSER McKEE INC. GARDINIER/CARGILL/ WLLIKENI COMPANY SUN BANKS,INC.
CARGILL POULTRY PRODUCTS GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE MONSANTO SUNSENTINELCARNATION
COMPANY GENERAL DYNAMICS CORPORATION MOTOROLA,INC.NATHERSONI (THE)SYSTEMS CONSULTING GROUP, INC.
CENTER FOR RETAILING EDUCATION AND RESEARCH GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY COMPANY, PA. TEXAS INSTRUMENTS
CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY GRANT THORNTON NATIONAL COUNCIL ON COMPENSATION INSURANCE THE TAMPA TRIBUNE
CHERRY, BEKAERT HOLLAND HABIF, AROGETI WYNNE PC. NATIONWIDE INSURANCE COMPANY THE GAP
CHRISTOPHER, SMITH 1 GENTILE, P.A.. HACKER, JOHNSON COHEN GRIEB NAVAL AVIATION DEPOT TOYS"R" US
CITGO PETROLEUM CORP. HARPER, VAN SCOIK CO. NAVAL COASTAL SYSTEMS CENTER U,S. AIR FORCE.OFFICER RECRUITING !
COLOR TILECOMPAQ HARRIS CORP.-ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS SECTOR NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE CENTER U.S. ARMY RECRUITING (YOUNG t RUBICAM INC.) :
COMPUTER CORPORATION HARRIS CORP.-SEMICONDUCTOR SECTOR NCNB NATIONAL BANK U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS {
COMPTROLLER OF THE NAVY HAZEN AND SAWYER, P.C. NCR CORPORATION U.S. BUREAU OF ALCOHOL,TOBACCO,1 FIREARMS
COMPUTER SCIENCES RAYTHEON HELENE CURTIS WO, INC. NESTLE FOODS CORPORATION U.S. NAVY OFFICER PROGRAMS
COOPERS LYBRAND HERTZ CORPORATION (THE) NEW ENGLAND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY U,S. NUCLEAR REGULATORY OMISSION
CUTHILL I EDDY, CP.A.'s HEWITT ASSOCIATES NORTHERN TELECOM ELECTRONICS, INC. U,S. OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
DAVIS. MONK, FARNSWORTH CO. HOME DEPOT USA, INC. NORTHERN TELECOM, INC. .INS. DIVISION US. PEACE CORPS
DELCITTE TOUCHE HONEYWELL, INC. OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL UNION CAMP CORPORATION I
DELUXE CHECK PRINTERS CORPORATION HYATT HOTELS AND RESORTS CORPORATION OUN CORPORATION UNITED TECHNOlOGIES. PRATT A WHITNEY
DELUXE CORPORATION (SALES DIVISION) IBM CORPORATION PARISIAN,INC. UNITED TELEPHONE OF FLORIDA
DOW CHEMICAL U.S.A. INTERGRAPH CORPORATION PAYLESS SHOE SOURCE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT
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By MATT FOGLESON Nesty, who was born in Surinameand prevailed again. Nesty said he was there before. Americans have championship records in the 100-
' Writer swims for the South American nervous before that race, wonder swimming heroes from the past, and 200-meter butterflies
Alligator country's national team. ing if he was better than Biondi or but in Suriname, he's the first one." Skip Foster was promoted from

UF swimmer Anthony Nesty Nesty's first beat Biondi in the if the Seoul victory was a fluke. On top of the publicity, Nesty assistant coach to head coach after
doesn't like the spotlight.In 1988 Olympics in Seoul, where he "Most of the time I'm relaxed," also shoulders the burden of UF's Randy I Reese relinquished that
fact, Nesty would rather go nipped the American at the wall by Nesty said. "But at the Goodwill team leader,a responsibility whichhe post earlier this year. Nesty said
unnoticed than be the center of 0.01 seconds in the 100-meter but Games I had a hard time relaxing.You grudgingly accepts."If he doesn't foresee( any problems

attention.But terfly. don't know if you were lucky people see me as a leader, I adjusting to a new leader

,after beating Matt Biondi at He immediately became that day" or if you're a better swim guess I'll do my best," said Nesty, "Ilhink he understands me and
two of the world's biggest swim Suriname's golden boy. The country mer. who originally was attracted to I understand him," Nesly said.

ming spectacles, Nesty is having a created a gold coin and a postage After the Goodwill Games, swimming because it is an individ- Said Foster: "He's probably the
hard time hiding."I stamp in Nesty's honor. Biondi had only praise for Nesty. ual sport. "I 1 would rather be in the hardest working swimmer on the

don't like being in the news Biondi had a chance to redeem "Anthony's situation is marvelous background than up front." team. He's the strongest t butterflier

" papers and everything, but I guess himself this summer at the Good- ," Biondi said. "He's introducing Nesty did nothing to turn attention in the world. lie has great tech-
it's something I have to do," said will Games in Seattle but Nesty something that's never been away last season. He set SEC nique and he's been taught well."

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UF Hollingsworth Tide's last weapon I IBy



one season of collegiate football, established
readShakespeare SHARON GINN
sports Alligator Staff Writer himself last year as a top quarterback. He earned
All-Southeastern Conference honors in 1989
Take a look at Alabama's depth chart for this when he threw for a school record 2,379 yards.
week's game against UF. The Crimson Tide Hollingsworth also set Alabama records for
could be in trouble. most attempts ((339)) and completions ((205)) in a
Earlier this week, top running back Siran season and most completions ((32)) in a game.
Somebody needs to sit this entire university Stacy, whom the Tide depended on for much of He had five touchdown passes against Ole Missin
down with a good Shakespearian trag- their yardage last year, was lost for the season 1989 to tie the SEC record.
edy. For those who consider "good due to injury. Surprising statistics from a player who started
Shakespeare" an oxymoron, you may leave. His backup, Derrick Lassie,also is injured and the season as a backup quarterback who had
The waters about to be sailed here are too is expected to miss Saturday's game in Tusca- never played a game for Alabama.
deep for you (you dummies). loosa. That leaves true freshman Chris Anderson Hollingsworth came from the sidelines in the
as the Crimson Tide's No. 1 tailback. second game of the year last season when quarterback
Gregg Doyel Alabama coach Gene Stallings isn't happy Jeff Dunn injured his knee. He led the
BLEACHER with the situation, but he's not despondent. He Tide to a 15-3 victory over Kentucky and was
BUMBut knows he's got another weapon in his back the starting quarterback for the next 10 games.
pocket. "Gary came off the bench last year and was
-- -
That weapon is quarterback Gary not expected to play until Dunn was injured," SEC SPORTS INFORMATION
first, a quick, modernized review of Hollingsworth. Hollingsworth
Shakespearian tragedy is in order. see Hollingsworth, page 17 I
senior who has
Hollingsworth, a played just
Act I I.: Hero lives high off the hog.

Acts II and III: Hero has tragic flaw, but
is too vain to see it.
Act IV: Tragic flaw bites hero in the butt.
start forGators'Spencer
Act V: Hero suffers (is killed, blinded, or Shaky
forced to through Atlanta Braves double-
header).
What does this literary gibberish have to
do with UF, you may ask.
What in the world makes someone write
what has the makings of one boring column, By SHARON GINN
you may wonder. P Alligator Staff Wnter

After all, Steve Spurrier has the Gators Cornerback Jimmy Spencer has started only one game
,well on their way to their first Sugar Bowl for the Gators,but already he has made a name for himself.
appearance since 1974. As for Oklahoma A Spencer, a senior, stood out in Saturday's game against
State, those Cowboys won't be showing their Oklahoma State bad
by making both a good play and a
faces around here any time soon. See ya' in
play. He opened his first game as the starting right
Dust Bowl fellas.
the cornerback by allowing OSU's only touchdown in the
And as for those Crimson Tides whatis second quarter of UF's 50-7() romp.
a Crimson Tide, anyway? wait 'till they a But a disappointed Spencer came back in the third
get a load of Shane Matthews this Saturday. quarter to block an OSU punt by Cary Blanchard."It .
t But hark! What blight through yonder was a good learning experience for Jimmy, that first
window breaks (or is that through Yon Hall game," UF coach Steve Spurrier said.
breaks)? Both Spurrier and defensive coordinator Jim Bates insist
It's called the NCAA, and it's sharpeningits that Spencer, who made only 11 tackles over the last two
teeth at the moment for the inevitable bite 'lfIIIf1h seasons, has earned the right to start for the Gators this
on UPs athletic program. year.
Haven't forgotten, have you? Nahhh. Sobering "Jimmy had a good game," Bates said. "He was beaten
topics like probation aren't just by a quality receiver In (OSU's Curtis) Mayfield. But he
erased from memory like yesterday's test. also had a big play for us. He's definitely going to be our
Former UF coach Galen Hall did, after all, starter.
supplement the salaries of two assistants "He was a little upset with that play like anytime you
with cash from his own pocket. get beat for a touchdown. But he bounced back. Anybody
UF also admits Hall made sure Jarvis '9. who's ever played the position gets beat. It doesn't matterat
Williams had a ride to Palatka to pay child what level you play cornerback."

support. Whether or not Hall gave Williams ,. .
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money has been unproved. "';,/r:
Leave it to UF. Just when it looks likethey're Spurrier said junior defensive end Harvey Thomas is
listed as doubtful for Saturday's game against Alabama in
on to something good and! this
year's football team could be darn good Tuscaloosa.OSU Thomas suffered a strained hamstring in the

the ax waits just around the corner. UF SPORTS INFORMATION game.
Meanwhile, the NCAA must be loving it. Jimmy Spencer, a 5-foot-lO, 178-pound cornerback, is getting M0ffenl'Vfi.ttckle i' Glenn? lower defensive end Mark
Here's its chance to put a hurting on the UF his chance as a starter after three years.Spencer blocked a punt Murjjay strained backs. The.seniors are
athletic program, to be as big a pain in the Saturday against Oklahoma State.! as questionable for Saturday.
"Usually those things happen to most players during
Gators' fannies as the Gators have been in
the
the NCAA's over the last decade. week and on game day you sort of get the adrenaline
flowing and you're,able to go play," Spurrier said.
,> Picture NCAA director of enforcement
David Berst rubbing his hands together,
grinning devilishly like Jack Nicholson in

' The"So Shining.you wanna Heeeeeere's give your coaches Davey. bonuses, Two walk-ons giving .U F hoops a shotBy

eh, Galen? So they weren't earning enough
.'/D make ends meet?What the heck is welfarefor MATT FOGLESON three in the spring and two more last month. 1970-71() season.Willoughby ,

? Alligator Writer Findley, a 6-foot-5 freshman from Gaines- a 6-foot-7 junior, averagednine
"And Jarvis Williams needs to pay child ville, averaged 12 points and six rebounds points and six blocked shots per game
support, huh? Support yourself, kid. Get a When the UF basketball team begins per game his senior year at Buchholz High. last year for Edison Community,College.
practice next month, it may be with two He also shot 84 percent from the free throw

job."And as.for you, Spurrier, cut the clean more unfamiliar faces. line, a sore spot on the UF squad in recent correctionKyle

act. Your team won't see the light of television Darryl Findley and Gary Willoughby, ,years. ,
.. for years! Ha ha ha haaa!" both non-scholarship athletes, are workingout Findley's name. may sound familiar to Lingerfelt, UF assistant football
Some day a play should be written about with the team. UF head coach Lon longtime Gators fans. His father, Earl, was coach, was misidentified on this page
this entire ordeal. Call it MacBerst. Kruger already has signed five recruits, the UF basketball team's captain for the Wednesday


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0---Not ol+!,iaIly afloc aled w~i 'h, Um var.y V MFlor's. VOLUME 84, NUMBER 13 thre indilegwm*ent flinIa ifatc THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1990 State budget ax cuts most summer classes By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer As the state budget tightened again this week, UF administrators decided that canceling most summer classes is the least painful way to chop about $8.4 million from the school's budget. UF President John Lombardi scrambled to meet with campus officials Wednesday after the governor instructed all state agencies to cut their budgets 5 percent At UF, that budget ax will fall on the Summer A and Summer C semesters, administrators decided Wednesday. "There is no solution that is painless" Lombardi said. "This is a really bone marrow kind of debt, and Srsn it isn't going to be abl sorbed easily or happily. The UF proposal to cancel the summer terms will go before state education officials this week. To students who plan to graduate in the summer, the cuts may mean waiting another semester to graduate, or loadingupspringschedulesto leaveon time To faculty, the canceled classes may mean fewer paychecks. The budget trimming also will curtail UFs hiring, travel expenses and possibly even promised faculty raises. Student Government, UF's Infirmary, the Reitz Union and UF Housing, which all depend on fees generated by tuition, also will have to juggle their budgets and cut corners. "We haven't been given a choice," said Provost Andrew Sorensen, UT's top academic officer "We're doing what we have to do Santa Fe Community College President Larry Tyree said so far the school has not planned any semester cuts, but SFCC has frozen all travel expenses, vacant faculty positions and purchases of any equipment not needed immediately If that's not enough, SFCC may dip into its reserve accounts and trim its spring class schedule, Tyree said If UF's proposal is approved in Tallahassee, Sorensen said the next step will be finding classes taught only during summer and trying to offer them in the spring UF won't completely shut down during the summer, he said Research labs, Shands Hospital, computer labs and UF librarie will remain open State Rep David Flagg, D-GainesVile, said the loss of money cannot be blamed on the Legislature. but on Florida's fluctuating and fragile economy, which generates its revenue unpredictably each year University budgets, based on last year's income, are planned months in advance, and if there's a decrease in revenue and an increase in spending, deficits add up, he said "Not only are we not getting what we expected, but we're getting less than we expected," Flagg said. "It could have see Budget. page 8 Block seating Paul Painter, left, and roof of the bus stop on s SULLIVAN Joe Shumon of Painter Masonry work on the supports for the the Park-and-Ride lot Wednesday aftemoon. ROTC students won't help with search for clues Sy DONYA CURRIE Alligator Staff Wrter While 200 police and military personnel spend the next two days tramping through Gainesville woods in search of clues to last month's murders, ROTC students invited on the mission will be sitting in class. Ihey called and asked us to participate, but wedetermined that we couldn't risk the liability." said Col. James Brown, a UF aerospace professor who asigns ROTC cadets to duty. 'We didn't want parents calling and asking why these students were hurt when they should be in clan." Although Gainesville police invited the cadets to help. ROTC officials said their students could fall or get bitten by snakes in the Li 11 About 15 ROTC advisers will join the Game and Freshwater Fish Commission, the Florida National Guard, Gainesville police and Florida Department of Law Enforcement at 7 this morning to start searching the woods Gainesville police are in charge of the search for evidence that could either clear or convict UF freshman Edward Lewis Hum.phrey, police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell said. Humphrey, 18, is one of four top possible suspects in the murders of five students. Humphrey is being held in a Brevard County jail after allegedly beating his grandmother. He also has been charged with aggravated assault for an incident last month at UFs Pi Lambda Phi fraternity house and a 1988 attempted sexual assault and armed burglary in Indian River County. Although he has not been charged in the murders, police searched Humphrey's Gainesville apartment along with his car and family home in Indialantic. The murder task force organized thesearch after learning Humphrey was fond of camping out and going on military-style "reconnaissance mission&" in the woods surrounding his Hawaiian Village apartment. Brown said police asked for help from some of the UF ROTC's 600 students because cadets would be perfect for the job. "'They initially called our cadets because they thought we might be a little more disciplined and ror astute in reconnaissance and training," he said. Some student cadets said, although they understood their officers' reluctance, they wished they could join in the search. "'They always try to stress academics ahead of anything else,' said Mike Matthews, a UF senior who is the training officer for the Army's Fightin' Gator Batallion. "I would gladly help if I didn't have class. I'm disappointed, because I know a lot of people who would help if they could' The Florida National Guard is sending 42 troops to Gainesville from Ocala and Lake City, Sgt Steven Wolf said The guardsmen will use mine sweepers, a type of metal detector, to search the woods 'lhe military spendsalotoftime training out in the forests here," Wolf said. "We would better be able to see if something was out of place This is good training for them to get the equipment out and use it. "What's a walk in the woods for some people is a matter of life and death to us," he said "If you trip on a mine, you're dead Investigators are no closer to making an arrest in the stabbing deaths of Sonja Larson, Christina P Powell, Christa Leigh Hoyl, Tracy Paules and Manuel Taboada, Darnell said, but today's search could turn up some valuable information "Iis is a step that's done i in investigation of this type to elinate us overlooking anything," Darnell said. 'The search teams Vell be looking for anything unusual in the wooded area. 'It's a very tedious process, and it's something no one looks forward to having to dot" Alligator staff writer Geoff Boucher contributed to this report Henrietta's Lovers in N'awlins .APPLAUSE

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HURSDAY.SEPTEMBER13, I9,MJJGATO.3 Accent brings former U.S. House speaker to UF By PATRICIA LEE Alligator Writer Jim Wright, the former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives who resigned last year amid charges of ethics violations, will speak to UF studentsabout domestic and foreign political issues tonight at 8 in the Florida Gym During his free speech, Wright will discuss several issues at home and abroad, including the ongoing Middle East crisis created last month when Iraq Invaded Kuwait. Accent Chairman Rich Brilliant said "Jim Wright has special insight into how our government works," Brilliant said. "He will offer a good critical analysis of domestic issues. Wright, 67, was the U S House majority leader for 10 years before being sworn in as speaker in 1987 During his 35 years in Washington, he wrote major legislation regarding foreign at fairs, economic development, water conservation, educa ion and energy But Wright, an 18term Democrat from Fort Worth. Vexas, is i ght best known (or his orced resignation Irin the House last summer amid charges of 69 violations of ethics rules. The House Ethics Committee charged Wright with accepting gifts from people who had direct interests III legislation and with breaking House rules that limited outside earnings through sales of his book, 'Reflections of a Public Man he charges were dropped when Wright resigned Since his resignion. Wright hias been working on hi, mromr, and other books and is a consuiltit to insurance cOmallies He also hads toured the country, speak ig at uver ties His speech will include a ques tion-and-answer session that stu dents should enjoy, Brilliant said "He loves it) answer questions, Brilliant said "I ilst talked to himl a few minutes ago andi he sounded pretty excited about Ihe questionand-answer session here Tonight's speech Is Wright first appearance at ('F and Autent is paying him Sit) Ot[ie Vt'race fee for hisuiiver.t dvpperne, Brilliant sad The former sleakor k t paoh I the first in a sorts ot res Artent is offering rishcesier, he said Coreta Scot King, %W:dow of cvi-rights. cit MlIntinher Kinitg Ir an i toojitutor o he I(crt r for Nonviol-il Social Ch an ge is scheduled to alk about diersitv Oct 4 during peoplee Awareness Week Former U S Secretary of State Gen Alexander Haig Ir will talk a week later about the Middle East crisis and olher foreign issue Israeli Delense Minstr Yiizhak Rab will speak Nov con telsils botwern IsraelIs ndo 'a k sL II i n r1 ni r iIiI soId AllspokeNait or( I hei oug.i(vr, tx( which wilL he in co (enter, h' iud 01d will 0p1 1 t14 Krigs Ilie sic ti Lu 'tdii istk has nor beeni lili,'wL. [iot AaL crt alrenod hascoifirnt oanhor Viny Wolfec for MIarcI s 27, h rillian I said Wolfe is best known :or li novel Slie Bonftre tf tht \anili," which is being made ito a movie starring Brute Willis ard lrn Hanks SG approves revised campaigning rules By CARRIE LEGAL drop the issue and try the new Allgator Writer changes brought about by an election code revision committee, he Candidates running in Student said Government elections, including Browne said there was a gray the upcoming Oct. 10 elections, area between candidates camcan start campaigning by word-ofpaigning for student votes and parmouth as soon as they want, student senators decided Tuesday Students now can campaign informally for any SG position as far in advance of art election as they choose. In the past, students were limited only to formal campaigning Students now can campaign informally for any SG position as far in advance of an election as they choose, to allow students to get to know their names. during a I 1/2-week period prior to the election. Senators increased that to 2 1/2 weeks this summer. Under the new law, students are limited to verbal campaigning. Student Body President Michael Browne, who authored the changes, initially said he also wanted to cut formal campaigning from the 2 1/2 weeks back to 11/2 weeks. But Browne decided to I I e s campaigning for students to run with them, called slatI) u r I n g what has been traditionally called 'slating week ,' it is virtually impossi. ble to distinguish between advertisrig for slating and campaign Ing for votes." Browne said. he Oct. 10 election will be preceded by two and a half weeks of qualifying time and a slating penod. Qualifying time is for the elections supervisor to make sure each student who wants to run has at least a 2.0 grade-point average, is carrying a full class load, is in good standing with UF and is not on conduct probation. Date set for Miller's act 'Sturd, newNE*.eda" DisMillser has rhqledd eCuatwrkrajNo% 4,tSp.m.,Student Govrwmt iodudme Chels Wl MWsu aid Wedie sdqa, MM Sle pflp las SaNll tug a few days be ths diem Fd tbo Wk "A tPo UPm eethat the uliw SheeM be pS esat It Wau 1mw nded lit., abNA ,sS lpeeweulMhavesen tired fontarklnt .u dds Malen e trie leaschait e cnct r laii w. -A County deemed ready for By KEN IKUNDIS Alligator Witer GENE PAGW-AtiOGAIOR Gainesville hopes to bring strs lIk* Stow. Martin, star of Parenthood, to Alachua County for future film projects. So, you warn to be II pictures' Then you mav want to stay put im Alachua County Thanks to the etorts of the Ganesville Area Chamber ol Com. merce. the county h is earned the certification (q "camera ready' by the Florida Department of Commerce Film IeTrru In being so designated, the county is oftially prepared to handle the reeds of rim prodLc. ion companies, and has taJKn a large step toward attractingg 'oo ies and other [lit productions to Gainesville and Alaoiua County, chamber president lerry Hines said. Once a county is officially reg stered as "camera ready,' "produc. tion companies know that it is fully capable of handling a full-scale film production, he said. Alachua County lons seven other Florida counties in being certified "Our community's film liaison office. is prepared to answer filming (Le'iluiis tro,, pii (fihi Lion rews recording perim iLl italite an! ava,abitil of kiilif Teri. Holes siud With Gaiiesvtfles rollig otk, the area oilers stenit advantages that many other areas in the state do not. Hines said And with t states ilm production leader, r lando, only two hours awa, he said he hopes more producl.ii companies choose Gaiesville is their localt Currently [hi cnaimber is niego iaring wth hrte I maior film our xulmes und I's it (coed iqin I 'm'" si thers'abou Posl lng Ill the Alahuba CtOurIs arei, Hies said Walt Iusnev I fms, Orion [ittures, Warner Broihers and Para mount Studios all have contacted thechamber, which is responsible forthearea's film bureau,expressing interest in Gainesville as a potential production site, he said Several documenutanesand television commercials have been see Film, page 4 ALLIGATOR PMc';c Moviemakers use the UF campus to stage a flery scene from the motion picture "Parenthood." 'a

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I AlJZ.1ATORL IHURSDAY, SEFIEMBiti 11, 14se ELSEWHERE Souter prepares to WAsHINGTON (UP) -On the eve ot Senate hearings, the White House expressed optimism Wed nesday that David Souter would be confirmed for the Supreme Court, while members of the Judiciary Com no I ee differed over how inten sely the New Hampshire jurist should be questioned about abortion One day before president Bush's choice in replace Justice William Brennan wastogo beforethe 14-mernber Democrac-dominated panel, the president and his nominee met over a private Lunch il Bush's study "We're very hopetuli that the confirmalion process will go well rhere IS no micalion of any liooblemc," said White House press secure ary Marlin I' itwater Bush later praised Souter as a tough, a fairminded, intellectually brilliant judge" and called on the Senate to "ac swiftly so that he can take his place as t he only career prosecutor on the court, in time for the court's first sitting" next month Amid growing speculation about how far committee members will go in trying to pin Souter down on his abortion views, Fitzwater noted that while the law makers can ask Souter any questions they want, "we do remnd them that they were opposed to our use of any kind of a litmus test in terms of selection of a nominee and we assume they'll respect that same feeling as they examine the qualifications of the canface the Senate didale In fact, there were considerable differences among committee members concerning how far the panel should go in trying to determine Souter's judicial philosophy. especially regarding hisviewson whether he would vote to overturn the Roe vs Wade decision that guaranteed abortion rights With the touri a single vote away trom reversing that 197' decision, abortion is considered the main Single issue that could derail Souler's (onfirmation hopes In ihe past several days, various abortion rights activists have demanded the Judiciary Committee intensely question the 50-yearold Souter about whether the Constitution protects rights that are not specifically mentioned, and whether a right to abortion is guaranteed Committee Chairman Joseph Biden., 0-Del stressed Tuesday that there is nothing wrong with putting to Judge Souter some special questions about constitutional issues, including religion, speech, civil rights and abortion, and expect some rather specific answers But some senators said they did not think it would be proper to push Souter for specific views on issues he would decide as a member of the high court House passes first radioactive waste bill WASHINGTON (UPI) -In the first congressional action on the issue, a House panel approved a bill Wednesday to revoke the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's new policy relaxing disposal rules for some low-level radioactive waste By voice vote, the HouseIntenorand InsularAffairs Committee passed legislation that would negate the NRC'sJune 27announcement that it would deregulate the disposal of slightly radioactive wastes considered "below regulatory concern" by NRC experts In addition, the bill would give states the right to regulate any wastes [hat might be deregulated by the NRC under any revised BRC policy That provision is particularly important because it would open the first "states' rights" loophole in the Atomic Energy Act, which currently empowers the NRC to override any state policies concerning nuclear safety "Rapid enactment of the bill is necessary because the (BlRC) policy would permit thedisposal of radioactive waste from nuclear reactors in ordinary landfills ratherthan licensed radioactive waste sites,"said Rep George Miller, D-Calif, prime sponsor of the bill "This defies common sense FiLm from page 3 shot in the Gamesvillearea, including a recent commercial for Miller Lite beer and another for an Italian clothing company. And a scene from the movie "Parenthood" was filmed on the UF campus during Spring Break this year Once a producer is confident thatan area isable to handle a large production, site coordmators from 'Me committee also approved an amendment by Rep Nick Rahall, D-W Va, that would require the NRC to notify the governorof any state due to receive a shipment of deregulated low-level waste The bill now goes to the House Energy and Commerce Committee, where it has broad support With only a few weeks left in this year's congres sional session, aides to the interior panel said the bill may not make it through the House this year However, one aide said, 'This thing is going to become law, if not this year. then next year In the Senate, Senate Democratic leader George Mitchell of Maine has expressed support for giving states the right to regulate low-level nuclear waste disposal, but there has been no action to date Currently, all low-level radioactive waste must be sent to specially designed landfills with stringent environmental safeguards to prevent leakage of contamiants into groundwater However, under the "below regulatory concert" policy, waste generators could apply to the NRC for exemptions that would allow disposal of some wastes in ordinary municipal landfills. the company provide a story ine to the Chamber of Commerce to determine possible locations that match the production company's needs, Hines said Florida's recent entry into the film production industry, sparked by the building of two major studios in Orlando, has resulted in an explosion in the number olprojects based in Florida Florida currently ranks behind only California and New York in the number of film projects produced, said Hines. Last year, Florida was the locale of 46 major motion pictures and television productions and dozens of commercials. Through July 1990, another 31 major film projects and 10,161 commercials and musical productions have been filmed in Flonda with budgets totaling $177.4 millin ** **** **** **** *** Former Speaker of the House Thursday, September 13, 1990 8:00 pm. at the Florida Gym KFREE and OPEN to the public ArPresented by ACCENT, funded by SG K KLindq s NT 6 We aCe PEC PA Two ftair $99 Big savings on 2 pair of prescription eyeglasses (or 1 pair for $59.) Choose from selected fashion frames with clear lightweight lens. Bifocals extraHurry in for best selection. Some restictons appty See optician for datais. EYE EXAMINATIONS AVAILABLE By Appdnlnmsot Only. SavingsOn Cortocts,lToI Bench A LemS 3aj ala See optician for full detalls. ffv&70 331-7000 31CIr M Bad Business Frustration? Advertisein In The Independent Florida Alligator' 376-4482 111I r

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Lombardi: Science research vital to UF's success By ROBERT RAULESOF Aligator Writer IF must maintain nationally competitive 'nisituhons of scientific research or face losingits standing as a major university, UF 'resident John Lombardi said Tuesday We Lan sink back to being some kind of I-egoonal, ristrutuonal institute, and that will becute but that's not what we're about.'he to.d aoout 75 members of sigma Xi, the Roc:ety of S entific Research Fhe issues of science and science research are no longer of interest solely to Scientists, Lombardi said. It has become a high priority on the national agenda. "When you go to meetings of national associations of universities, when you talk to congresspeople or when you're out in the general community, you find yourself addressing over and over again issues of setente," he said Despite the i resting IlertSi li Liiversi es have largely lost ng "small-money" so ence projects, Iombard said ltmphasis on large, long term research projects that receive large federal grants has re suited tn the virtual ds appearance o research etro '(ime scientific fields. he said. Lombardi cited botanyv as an example of a ne. glected field of research Little work is being done in botany. science is good poit y for the umvnw-,i.' I don't think because of th "I don't think that this drift toward bi money sci fence is a godpoliclyfor uni versities. -John Lombar UF presided he said, because money to support it. don't think this drift toward big-monev as science In we should choose our Li' e funding avaiibleI lulh said Raisig puibli mins or sielce prlt'( i, a7other prnbhLJmuiverIties :ace, niimari' si S ruth frone *r St eCr CeOmeCS'ri mlhepb ;U5 tuit A ]i i'ttsi L) be waret how I pIuh1C CelCeIVeLS sA 'lte It td di is benerts N' si'd it It is easy [(5 't 1 pJued science ti he xib it because thes pert'V ii it kills mosqiuc es and keeps astronauts in the air" 'Iimbardt 'aid ItiS harder, but equally important, to livite te ,L I v ( p 1 I t Ir Ie It I it Le I iI ) i :I ed V Il etr w.t oen a t
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r AUJGATOR. tHURSDAY. SEfltMBER 13 lain OPINIONS A space to call your own For the longest time, it seemed as if Student Govern ment officials were arguing about Campus Organized Against Rape at least every six months. Headlines in the past few years have included: Budget cuts will cripple, COAR says; SG denies COAR sufficient funds to operate; Lack of funds may put strangle hold on COAR and recently COAR takes budget cuts to end ties with Infirmary COAR's budget was split between the Infirmary and SG until this summer, when group officials decided they would rather receive money only from SG, giving COAR the real definition of a student group that must answer only to SG leaders and not Infirmary officials. But COAR got a shock shortly after it left the Infirmary's supervision. Members also had to leave the In firmary office they had occupied And the transitional phase from the Infirmary to its cubicle on the Reitz Union's third floor prevented the group from hiring the peer educators it normally employs during the summer to give rape-prevention presentations in the fall. Infirmary director Boyd Kellett certainly had the right to make COAR leave its office at Student Health Services, but we wonder if that right should not have been exercised. COAR is, without a doubt, the most important student group SG finances. The program is nationally acclaimed and its preventative education is fundamental to UF. But the group needs at least a phone and a large enough office to organize its educational presentations. SG should take care of its own groups, but if it can't provide these things for COAR immediately, we hope the Infirmary takes a leadership role and offers to help until SG can deliver the proper resources. COAR also has to pull its own weight in this tough transitional period, COAR President Raul Rosario said the group's educational programs have been put on hold while members adjust to being part of a student group. But the information COAR provides to students, including an increased awareness about the problems of sexual coercion, is too important to be put on hold. alligator Judy Managing Editor M.D. Cumella Letters Policy Lttev to the ed10 sbouFd lei 1C1 200 words abo One y 10 1e} The shit be trad. doe~pced and signed Thay s old include a tned name address and teptonl "in'rf N "eu will **on*'d K th wrter shows Just cause Of a ave no r taustions cal" the WWtoiel pae edicol at 37a 4M (I I / /,) -m t~2/ / ./ *416miliat q (fuW=3 Support neighbo Gainesville has been trying for some years to make the transition fromasmall campustown to adiversified city The growth of the student population and the influx of new city residents has disrupted our old lifestyle When I came to UF in 1967, most of my professors lived within a mile of campus Most of the students walked or biked to class; it was a traditional university setting I remember many evenings spent at professors. homes. It was a model faithfully nurtured through the generations and designed to provide college students with an academic sanctuary where they would be free to concentrate on their studies and their university life Even students who lived off campus were nearby and felt a part of campus life. One of the biggest challenges facing our city government today is the disintegration of this traditional student living structure and the advent of a new model This model isapartment living far fromcampus Everyone competes for space in the morning traffic and for a parking space on campus. Faculty members now live beyond the ring of apartments, distancing them further from their students I believe this is a vastly infenor form of university life We have to begin immediately to locate more students and faculty within walking distance of cam pus This requiresredevelopmentof property adjacent "to UF But how can we add population in these areas without destroying their characters If we want to Paynes Prairie may be expanded Editor: Many students and faculty use and admire the beautiful and unique expanse of hammock and woodland known as Payn Prairie The Department of Community Affairs, under the Conservation and Recreational Lands program, is considering adding approximately 6,000 acres to the northeast part of the prairie in the area of Prairie Creek and Hawthorne Road. This addition, which includes a section of the controversial Hunt Club property, will go fur in ensuring environmental integrity in the face of future developmental pms.sure This addition will happen only if rhood renovation fo Tom McKntw POLITICALLY SPEAKING rebuild what was good in the past we must not recklessly destroy existing neighborhoods. We can achieve the student living patterns I envision without high-nse complexes and we can en couragefaculty to moveintoareasofquality residential redevelopment Neighborhoods directly north aid east of campus can be redeveloped with modern, security-consctous apartments and generous areas of recreational, open leisure spaces These uses can be intermingled with the besi ol the existing building stock to create an extension il the campus. Students could walk to campus over pedestrian walks where decaying, poorly drained streets now exist Our residential patterns may be the most importian student issue of all. However, the time it will take to change the urban sprawl means that most of today's students will be gone before new ideas are imple mented We must begin together now When such ideas are presented, please support them. Be a part of encouraging the redevelopment of these neighborhoods. Help Gainesville be a better host to UF and help make the university city a safer and better planned community Tom McKnew is the District 3 city commisuioner enough interest is shown by those who care for this natural wonderland Please take afew minutes and send a card or letter expressing Your support for this project to Tom Pelham, Rhyne Bldg., Room 106,2740Centerview Dr.,Tallahasse. Fla. 32399. Poston T. Robertson SLW 'Donahue' show wasn't sensational Editor: After reading Tuesday's editorial about the "Donahue" show, I find it very hard to believe that the writer watched the show; clearly anyone who did, realized it wasn't the least bit sensational Phil Donahue presented a personal view of our recent tragedies. By letting audience membersvone their opinions, the national audience learned that, indeed. Gainesville is holding on They also learned that even though we will be on our guard for quite a while, things are slowly getting back to normal This was a message that desperately needed (o be told. It wasn't sensational in the least What gives The Alligator the right to decide who should or shouldn't cover an issue? In an, Donahue covered this story with as much journalistic integrity as anything I'e ever seen in The Al igator The show wasn't sensational The press surrounding it was. Rob Adfalt 311 Editor A. Plunkett Opinions Editor Jacqueline Realier ,u I

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IH URSDAY, SEPTEM BER 13, 19g. AUJGATOR, I BOOK from page 5 months, they were mentally unstable before they ever fought in the war, she said 'he biggest comfort for the Masons, other veterans and their families was finding out about TSD and realizing they weren't alone Patience said she wished there had been a book like Recovering From the War when Bob returned home from Vietnam Her book took four years to research and wite, partly because the only previous experience she had with writing a bk was editing the first draft of Chkckenhawk But that didn't discourage her, because the reason for writing the book was to help other people in similar circumstances, she aid In the book, for which Patience interviewed 60 Vietnam vets, she writes about how Vietnam was different from previous wars, describes PTSD and other problems that occur after vets return home, and gives information about where people can find help As for the Veterans for Peace award, Patience said she is henored Bu: more than the award or the book, she said she was glad she could help others One woman who saw her husband get shot during a robbery told Patience that she didn't realie what she was going through until she read the book What pleased Patience the most, however, was a biker who approached her after she spoke ,n Seattle earlier this year She had been concerned that a Vietnam veteran would tell her that what she wrote was incorrect Indeed, the man was a Vietnam veteran But instead of criticizing her, he presented her with an embroidery hoop on which he had embroidered a combat helmet and daisies -the same design as on the cover of her book. Patience already is working on another book about PD for anyone who's been through a traumatic experience, from torture to hurricanes. She also will be traveling this fall to talk about how TSD affects veterans For Patience, writing the book was a strong dose of medicine, not only personally but also for her relationship with Bob Patience Mason published her book, Recovering From the War, in February. In addition to starting on the road to recovery, she also relaxed her control over Bob. comp4.ut, Snci. VeNodlit Uhveraty N yr vs /i 1 V C '5 aLini sh pr t( i( eCXt 1% W11 ttnmiputcr eliminaus r he need to keep minuals btcJue rtgardlesLt hk hpagrn I usingI Lan opn tko sar ii ndprnt filesmncxexacl the sCme rAn 1l in I a hit about an' tther tmpuker j'%I Bhidartots oi thtfrioiputersatt altempi ng to k k ,rid work li a \lan sh but 1 list notp ibe ITere fundamentad% different iti hegrin vIi This ma' swund a buil strange hut mpanng a lintto Lh u other computers is like oni panng appk s tior nlge iou n squttsh he orniige 1nit) Shipe antli paiint it t) hA lke in appk hu underneath the makeup it stilB an ir nge It lfurnn[wmrknthc \anderhilt computer store and I tr seen k ii ofpwoplk SviIh from other wmpulento \Iacantsh but I %e neer en antxh wh a Mauncosh %wkh todai hercomputer "I'm no longer trying to improve him, Im trying io improve myself, she said "He was really proud of II F Pill. 1&W*.*csetm -NmdhSe. Ca ce~ as'~ -v-u -Coo -' ll3 n c~glA4 2392L*MS Cf CA, ,' 1 uW-a STUDENT me for (writing the book) andquiie happy that I was doing it He was extremely supporive THIS AD CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE! 120,000youSlunGns-Most Powserui MOde a' 734d b sh FU!0, k, 1 iih1 MaL ,N 1r rt1 L Klij ,N I ity73&2452 'hq,pid L PS (Iv, PROTECTION!! NOW: Protection B $ )do puhplelkve aintosh') Askthern Survailco CAMPUS Sim &U, 1CKMB min-saE mewr'm WOUfIM A LOUD SIRE AND AUTOMATICALLY it*XiftO TR. *1nL To a 24 Ron mOMrIaO STAION. wifzlU ursirES, MOLies M QDICUT brhPafnl to Von LaOCAION. -EASY to INSTALL, OtLIVfRlD IMMEDIATELY -ADDITIONAL PORTABLE PANIC S'TflTONS AVAILABLE -SHARE WITH AOWOCATES OR NEIGNBOSI -eACH PANIC SUTTON RAS A RAiGs O 200 FEEt -O N L Y $ 3 1 9 PLUS A LOW ANUAL NONITOmINo NEE SdJ~~ ., (.i I I ?."~ '-V *',, I I Jl~ .-,-I -1-800-633-1819 t

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BUDGET torn Dille hin a v'e-v dmagung efir ct onithl ability to provide a good edIuctin I or the people who are quah(n!d ,nd apply to get it t'ncversites are trying it, do what is least harmful to students and faculty, but cuts are unavnd H abhe he said hoard {ll Regenis s;xke sma pit Riordan said most cuts probably %ill be adminiorative. making maintenance contracts and travel expecnses likely targets nthe Regets make upa 13 memi ine pubh a u frsi'e, Although Fit L.tel" no ail N C does Ihe In)a( k al readoopen sibs will be l[t ucitolred I he shor te of instri( ors lane Brit kmannI I k halter president of [hr I nod I ajuIv Jl I orila, said touring professor, }tepr'pie it] evnr depart i'ein Ill the way IJp uoi imh i, aro gocg i have Change ).r Ie TI In md sAmlkall Itaaa Nomel nrespon ible budge:mig Browie .di(! mI l al ssee College I: I dulaion Dean )david SIih SiLl department heads and Jaitlv cisrdered trmLong spring afs, lot decided to leave lie larger semester intact FBecauise .titiy scioes ;lan d LrIU tho around spring, a lur:,u nierseemed to be the I(sy, W evils, he said "We're all going to be a ded either way. he said ikI on WaV to cake a cut of ths I beral Arts and S tci )( get officer John Watson sa ( F TIAusI pull together and loo Ida[ depivation i every toCe<'' Vhe Liberal Arts and Sciences ;c ge tust fu about $2 million hus isnot the first in last 15 the years that this ha, hap pened," Watson said the biggest one I've ever se, F SICK OF YOUR ROOMMATE'S DIRTY DISHES?? f-ind a new roommate -or a new apartment -in Alligator Clasnfids F CREATIVE WORKSHOP 809 W. Univ. 376-7204 SAFARI A11IO Congratulates UF student Fletcher Grosz on his recent victory at the Orlando E explosive Sounds Car Audio Contest SaaI A Jdo Tbh vJo Choice 336 1126 'U'-LOCK $ t w i n e -9 L M fUl*SSy wSIunOnyv I S0-S fl4 SAVANT MEMBERS Get psyched for a great Tue semester! Sept 18 at 8.00 pm JWRU Rm B-73 Questions? Come by our office in Rm 310 at the JWRU Fating Cookies Fiber Classic Cookies Really Work! Full Supply of Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal & Raisin BALLOONS & BEARS 1232 W Univ Ave Nox Dor to Univ holiday ir'n) 375-1199 p--mmmmm1 I K. f, d-, ~ Any Lunch Special Good Only Thur 9/13 I 1728 W.Unv. Ave. 376-1667 I t-hmmmmmmmu y Amy Aokans v ci Armibrester 11afrey Mosle Lisa Serkily Landsla Braik Jennirer Srackbul Angela Bryan Trace Catalano Amanda Coix ichellne Demnkow Laurie Doerr Jeanette Duncan J. Angela rnringer stay htarald ~'cQnnl1r L4i lie istern (iss I urnfl arr', Susan tleinman Knsta ludak Diane Jean Je"*na Jolie Paigle Katz Sarah Seny Robin Kilmer Jennifer Kindamo Diane Kirkley Nine'a i.clar C ., ag no San, 'Iamvn Sara Mcceland Lynn McCowen Lceanne McManus oSel'u MtcMaster Knst Mc~lurray Rhonda 'Nero Laura Nolan Mari Olreda Jodi Rotundo I-aura SrAqd ALPch Shari, I lardi Seirli Stacy Shor Janas Sinclair arlstin soltus Natalie Terune Ternd Watch Lisa Wilkinson Susan Wasnosh 1 the sisters of nIBCD -It ,,,, --1-------k-The .no IEoom Wayne Reitz Union 4th floor 392-1627 Exper Room. including ence the go You can new atmosphere Reservations are recommended but not required. And we accept your .-. V C* -----------specials and of both Quick dining for busy students and faculty. Business got something for everyone. management urmet lunch s join staff have at the Arrendondo lunches to created impress. We've a new tempting menu and salad bar. view of campus. Cator Club Card, Visa, or Mastercard. .IYISW~i.t~r~a.r tap t?~ First meeting: L OSE WEIGHT FAST! The 50 Reasons Why We Know We're In Heaven r Our new fast and fine dining and experienced We're open us on the terrace for a panoramic a gourmet soup for lunch 11:30am-1:30pm Monday through Friday. -------------------------------wMet vIl do'lnor "Be lu hv |1

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flHRSDAY, SEoTEMBER 13, p90. ALLIGATOR. 9 GROUP from page 5 Utilities and a member of the peace group. said he thinks conservation in the 1980s could have eliminate a potential war for cheap oil r If a war were to be fought, Lemarchand said it would be for economic reasons and not to protect Kuwait's integrity "I don't think (the U S government is) terribly concerned with the future of democracy in Kuwait," he said The Lost 01 a war per 'cheap oil' would be staggering in erms ol lives and moneI DICiS Said '1boausands o. people will die it there war with Iraq," Davies said Iraq is well-Lt tified with the latest in Soviet weapons Ihe I United States will go in for massive air! strikes and leave people there without food' or water Kids will be maimed rhe group formed last week anid protested, at West University Avenue and 13th Streel last Friday More protests, demonstratio II and vigils are planned, he said r t am se 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 aclivities / Do not use drugs or alcohol -these substances can affect your judgement and suppress your immune system / Stay as healthy as possible to keep your immune system strong LAarn all you can about AIDS today. Call: NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA AIDS NETWORK (904) 372-4370 y to me why you don't advertise in the alligator We reach 49,000 readers' Laura Albritton Kay Arrngton Autumn Bogard Jill Burks Misty Cain Karen Chamberlain Devon Chance Yvette Chapanar Leanne Cullen Brittany Dobbs Mary Jane Duridn Vilce Dyal Dawn Ellingtoni Jennifer Feerinz -L M Did ix ft clastu wilbe hld on S wplimber 12-13 an *6t U od th10 til r 9 acfm-s -h PM birwhu W Cold" of fet ift IN Jessica Fry Kim Futrell Mary Lnulse Carbnck Denise Graham Shannon flalflgan Jennifer Herman Katherine hinhon Jennifer Book Kim Jones Kelly Karlson Kate Keneally Ande Milkey Joanna Myers Lisa Oare Tiffany Provence Kim Purcell Laura Quisling Tammie Rattray Angle Register Lisa Rementer Mary Salem Kassie Smonson Laura Sluder Maridale Smith Whitney Smnth As I eming IIKI Oxman Lma Tellamn erika Franeil Kelly Partain Jule Turba Beth Frerking Melissa Pfau Pam Ward Jennifer Friedman Christine Prgrnore Gena Weatherfiod Congratulations XQ Pledge Class Of 19901, NOTICE to all STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS All requests for Budgets for fiscal 1991-92 must be submitted to the Office of the Treasurer no later than Friday, September 28, 1990 For more info call S.G at 392-1623 Funded by Student Government 'hi hil w I IVIt11iiv year In A World Full of Imitations, Here's to the Original. nJ~ IN DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP MEETING All Students with Diabetes Welcome Guest Speaker: Dr. Janet Silverstein, Professor, UF Health Science Center, Division of Pediatric Endocrinology Student Health Care Center Room 201 Tuesday, September 18th 7:00 -8:00 pm for moe info call 392-1161 ext 208 Ciromoilifp or asdt ife over dolyettn **4 'tee 4c .1 cow\s

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202 UF Faculty Members Are Promoted, Tenured; So [h 202 Lniersits if Norda taults Tombers listed bellw hae been pronii und otrlproditor tie Board of Regens There were ; u fIt' numbers efho rescd tenure, 81 ho r-c cived preimi tions and 66 who received A promotion and tenure at the same time MIost I those who are not et tenured are in tenure-accruing positions whh will meant their application or tenureata later date ARCHITECTURE TLNURID Associate Professors K" eku Bentil and Richard Furman BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION [ENURLD AND PROMOTED fo associate professor -Jonathan Hamilton F NURE Associate Professors Elias Dinopoulos, Jarisu Sa-Aadu and Vida "arpello PROMOTED To professor Iarold Benson, La"rence Kennv. Miles I iingston, David Nye and Stanley Smith DENTISTRY tENURED AND PROMOTED To associate professor -Andre Mauderl Carol Bates, John LaBanc, Stephen Keeling and Michael Humphreys Beher TENLRED Associate Professor lames PNttigrewJr PROMOTED To professor Charles Gibbs, Paul Hems, Nils Mlagnusson and Robert Priiosch DRUG DESIGN& DELIVERY CENTER PROMO [ED To associate scientist Whei nu EDUCATION [ENURED ANDE[ROMOTED Topro-, lesso tGerardo Conzale To associate professor -leff Hurt TENURED Prolessor R C Wood PROMOTED To Distinguished Seiice Professor -fames Vautenbarger, To professor -Ellen Amatea and Dorene Ross ENGINEERING I ENURED AND PROMOTED To protessor -Ramakant Srivastava, To asotiate professor -Bhavai Sankar and Manuel Bermudez TENURED Professor Peter Zon', Jr -Associate Professors Samimn Anghaie, Daniel Hanes, Mark Orazem, Jose Principe. William Properzio and Wei Shy-. Assistant Professors Paul me Both At The Same r hdik and Isuph \ilsn lR~)lO i to proanssr -Gys Bosman and Dt ?heia Burk, to trenti t George est To associate engineer -Janet Dgner To assotRate professor -William Eisenstadt FINE ARTS TENURED AND PROMOTIJ) To associate professor -James Wren and Ar' thur lennings TENURED Protessors Boa, Sharon and Joel Stegall PROMOTED To professor -William Wilson IV HEALTH & HUMAN PERFORMANCE TENURED Associate Professor Robert Jackson, Assistant Professor M illedge Murphey HEALTH RELATED PROFESSIONS TENURED AND PROMOTED To professor -Julia Van Deusen, To associate professor -Anatole Martin Ill ENURED Professor Sheila Evberg PROMOTED To professor R Duncan TEAS TENURED AND PROMOTED To associate professor -Linda Bobroff, Bruce Schaffer, Lynn Sollenberger, Gar' Knox, Dunn Shilling, Saundra Tenbroeck Charles Guy, Kenneth Langeland, Pierce Jones, Larry Duncan, Joseph Nolng, Man Duryea, Dorota Haman, James Seale, Jr jose ph Funderburk, Joel Brendemuhl, Eric Jokel a, William Walker, Clifford Johnston, Robin Giblin-Davis, Rudolf Scheffrahin and Edardo Echevarna TENURED Professorary Fairchild, Associate Professors Harold Browning, Nan-vao So, Nayda Tormes. Stephen Verkade and Timnoth White PROMOTED To Distnguished Service Professor -Carlton Davis, To rofessor -Keith Andrews, William Beck r. Jerri Bennett, Elizabeth Bolton, Do Borovsky, Ronald Brlansky. Timothy Broschat, Randall Brown, Michael Colopy, Michael Davis, Robert Emerson, Robert Fer D M Flinchum, Donald Huber. David Knauft, Maunce Marshall, Jr Megh Singh, Jerry Stimac, Peter Stoffella and John Van Sickle, To associate professor -James Edwards THIS NEXT WEEK TENURE & PROMOTION WORKSHOP for faculty, I to 3 p m 120 Mather lv Hall, sponsored by Academic Affairs Office, 392-1254 MUSICOLOGY LECTURE, The Recorder in 20th Century Music,' by Up music rofessor John Kitts, free and open to pub ic, 1 55 pim, 120 Music Buddin AGRONOMY SEMINAR, 'Florida Sugarcane A Sweet and Sour Sandwich, by UF assistant professor of agronomy Frank Coale, 3.30 p m GD86 McCarty Hall HISTORY COLLOQUIUM, "History and Historiography i and on South Africa Some Reflections," by University of Cape Town history professor Chnstopher Saunders, 4 p in., Friends of Music Room, University Auditorium FRIDAY CHRISTIAN FACULTY FELLOWSHIP MEETING, UF baseball coach Joe Arnold speaker, 11 45 a in, Burger King Meeting Room, 1542 W Uiversity Avenue TENURE & PROMOTlON WORKSHOP for faculty, 3 to 5 p ., C-111 Health Science Center, sponsored Academic Affairs Office, 392-1254 by SUNDAY DINO-MANIA EXHIBIT OPENING, features Stegosaurus, Parasaurolophus, Pachycephalosaurus, Tyrannosaurus rex, Apatosaurus and Triceratops In exhibits, computer games, movies and particiatory activities, noon to 6 p m, Flonda Museum of Natural History Admission is $3.50 with fee card, $4 for adults and $2.50 for children 13 and under MONDAY NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES SEMINAR, "Starvaion in AIDS Patients," by clinical medicine associate professor Donald Kotler, M.D., Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 4 p in R3-265 Health Science Center Academic Research Building WILDLIFE& kANGE SCIENCES SEMINAR, 'Conservation Conflicts in Western Uganda Forests," by Uganda's Makeree University professor G lsabryeBasuta, 4 p m., 112 Newmins-Ziegler Hall. 771 Time INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDY OF THE COMMLNICATION PROCESSES PR rfl [) To aolat -Lholirsandra f-radd JOURNALISM & COMMUNICATIONS TENURED AND PROMOTED To prolessor -Kent Lancaster, To assolciate professor -William M Keen and Ion Moris TENURED A sstiate Professor lmann Valenti PROMOTED To professor David Ostroft LAW TENURED Professors Nancy Dod and David Richardson PROMOTED To associate professor -Anthony Cook LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES TENURED AND PROMOTED To associate professor -Paul Avery, Michael Scicchitano, Rocco Ballennm, Helmut Voelkleir Robin West and Charles Perrone TENURED Professors Keith Bulhvant, Mory Conway, Ronald Formrisano and David Young, Associate Professors Franz Futterknecht. Martin Heesacker letfree Needell, Peter Schmidt, Lucy SeLberling, Li Shen, Yasumasa Takanoand Cynthia Thompson PROMOTED To Distnrished Sence Professor -William nes. To professor -Axel Bredahl, Jr James Button, Bernadette Cailler, Kenneth Gerhardt R B Kershner, i[rAnthony La Greca, Elizabeth Langland, AndrewRosalsky and Neil White LIBRARIES TENURED AND PROMOTED To associate university librarian -Peter McKay and Ench kesse TENURED Ass,ciate Lniversity Libranan Elaine Henium MEDICINE TENURED AND PROMOTED To professorWalter Drane, WilliamCumnig and Pablo Ros, To associate professor William Fallon, Jr Michael Cicale, Eric Frvkberg, Laurie Davies, Stephen Nadeau, Thurman Gdlespy Ill, Harry Nick, David BIoraker Thomas Rowe John Middlebrooks and William Winter TENURED Protessors Morey Haymond, David Lowenthal, Gregory Schultz and Sheldon Schuster, Associate Professors Barbara Battelle, Ross McElroy, Jr Robert Newman and Kytya Voeller Assistant Professor Michael Hocking PROMOTED To professor -Peter Anderson, Fulton Crews, Edward Geiser, Peter Indelicato, Janet Silverstein, Peter Stacpoole Stephen Vogel and Edward Wakeland, To associate professor -Charles Bagwell, James Bradshaw, William Buhi, Peter Gearen, Carey McLellan, M G Moscovici and Robert Wears NURSING TENURED AND PROMOTED To associate professor -Margaret Wilson PROMOTE To professor -Sally Hutchinson, To associate professor -andra Seymour PHARMACY TENURED AND PROMOTED' To associate professor -John Gums and Ralph Dawson, Jr TENURED Professor David An garan, Associate Professors Willdam Mdlard and Richard Segal PROMOTED To professor -C L DeVane, Margaret James and Peggy Zaenger VETERINARY MEDICINE TENURED AND PROMOTED To associate professor -Roger Reep. PROMOTED: To professor -Lindsey Hutt Fletcher, Elliott Jacobson, Victor Sholle and Ahstaur Webb, To associate professor -Jamie Bellah and Thomas Lane ..Unlvsaty W. ilod Is a BqIu Oppe.mi*Mkdfi iu.w Astii s shtiffiddien I kIAiaJle N UF ipfnto lln and P-Nris o lit I T l' ji n o at urn SUan Intel 1sc 'l I in cr ona a flICS and tial il dnS lti nd sall Call 392 0'86 st AIDS Is Topic Of Confidential Support Groups UF's Student Mental Health Sen itk s inflounces the formation of two coniia[ support groups this fall for UF studnc The first group, for UF student, %%ho are HIV Positive. is a weekly confide-ntial supprt goupfor students v. Bit are The second group, for 'UP studes who care'' isa support group for skricant others, family rmegr or friend, o someone who is HIV positive or his AIDS This group will meet evr either week beginning the week of Sept 2-4 Both groups will e co-led by Wial no fin and Linda Lewis For more information, Meeting lis and locations, call Linda LewiS, Student Mental Health, 392-1171 Leave your first name and telephone number aind lour phone call will be returned by one kit *he group leaders Personnel Services Holds Info Sessions On Fringe Benefits The University Personnel 5cr' ia's (formerly Divisrion of Human Re5OarLLSI Fringe Benefits Office is conducting trillsemester informational programs about open enrocllment for various finage bhei and workers/lunzemployment compesa non Inionnaton about Septeadial ir Motio srsosfl ows to more int,'r rmoton, call Fringe Benefits, 392-1223 OPEN ENROLLMENT SESSIONsSept 18. 361 Reitz Union, three sessiona-l to 10.15 arm 10.30 to 11 43 aan or 2 to 3.15 pm. Sept. 19 ClIII Health Science Center, towo session s-2I to 3 30 Fim or 3.45 to 5 prom WORKERS' COMPENSATION SESSIONS-Sept 17. 361 Reitz Union, tiro session"K0 am. to naon or 1.15 to 4 30 p mn Sept 19 361 Reitz Union. 8 303 a i to noon. Set 20361 Reitz Union, act wssios-8,ama to noon or 1 15 to 4 10 pmi Sept. 26: Cl-11 Health Scienc Center, 2 15 to 5 pm. Faculty Asked To Adhesre To Jewish Holiday Policy The Jewish holiday Rosh Hashanah ",III begin at sundown Wednesday, Sept 14 and continue through sundown thursday, Sec1. 20 Yorn Kippur is Saitura ?acultv have been asked to folio" the Board of Regents'policy on religious htlydys, a n~To note that exams and other signifiant student activities, including in> tramtural athletics, should not be shedaled on those holidays If quzze exams~ or lab tests rust be scadidukd students must be given opportunity to take them at another dte without penalty .#4t*E *"2.i* '. S

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2 MT IAI91NF Mil IRSDAY, SIM?RIR I, I I ----------------ON THE 9HELF------m-------mmm The Mummy Anne Rice The Mummy was supposed to be a big. sweaty climax to the overextended foreplay of the Vampire trilogy it was, in realty, a formula-following, iche-filled waste of trees that depended upon the strength of Anne Rice s earlier successes. which were all carryovers from the one truly valuable piece of io tion put out by the woman Interview with the Vampire Like many trilogies. the first book Interview. was the beslt fhe second, The Vampire Les lat. was worth pur hasing in paperback And the third. Queen ofthe Damned, was writ ten to pay olf the mortgage on the summer home in Palm Beach This downward trend is not broken by Rice s newest novel. The Mummy or Rarnses The Damred Although it is not a supplement to the trilogy. the plot similarly involves the loony adventures of immortal creatures who walk amongst mortals and stir up big trouble Our hero is Ramses the Damned, which is a funny name for him considering he is a) immortal. b) godlike in ap pearance and demeanor. and c) released from his tomb in the 1980s by a virgin archaeologist named Julie The book revolves around Ramses helping Julie, whose only apparent attributes rest firmly upon the upper half of her rbcage. come to grips with the unexplained death of her father Julie and all the characters in the whole damn book are as flat is pancakes The bad guy is always really really bad The virgin chick is really a virgin and an insipid goody goody to boot The sexual tension between Julie and Ramses sucks Calvin and Hobbes generate more sparks of heat than these two In a pathetic attempt at a plot twist. Ramses. in a fit of wish lul thinking and misdirected love. unwisely raises his former love Cleopatra from the dead with his immortality potion The resurrected Cleopatra goes on this big killing spree 31ir a 24 hour sex scene with am ses which isn ( worth wrinkling the sheets over Ramses has to destroy Cleopatra. which is a simple affair involving a speednig freight train And we get another sappily happy ending But wait This Cleopatra chick was immortal, was she not? So, like. she can't die. right? I see a sequel in the near future. Some friendly advie Don't buy it KATHY VALLADARES NewssPoTaSentertainmentNEWSeakaraarnAJQrnewsCLASSIFIEDSIfhtbalUPOLTlCScrsswordNjM -All this and more in the alligator PREPARE FOR LATIN AMERICANS COME CELEBRATE WITH US CENTRAL AMERICA'S Delta Sigma Pi INDEPENDENCE DAY THIS SAT. SEPT. 15 AT 5 30 PM presents a presentation by MED A PLACE: CROSSROADS CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720 SW 2ND AVE (WEST OF THE UF LAW SCHOOL) C&S National Bank of Florida FREE FOOD AND ENTERTAINMENT BY THE INTERNATIONALLY "Attain the leading edge" ACCLAMIED CROSSROADS SINGERS T S ~Thurs Sept 13th 7:00 p.m FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CALL RAMON OSEJO @ 378-1471 Bryan Hail Room 120 *M CALL TODAY FOR YOUR RESERVATION OPEN TO THE PUBLIC SPONSORED BY CAMPUS ADVANCE eonwah-o. w4n apes to.Tehngiels.acompenseby ATTENTION STUDENTS! to vote for ot,, cormpsimaes leading uspes to be used aiy o our t Coes Student Mental Health announces the 0 -Extensive hom sdy nes on all acres l lamescant formation of two support groups: -Mislervls onstainfly fodused 1 -Ownr 50 Yomr of 1. for UF students who are HIV+ ilTE TO VOTE fewa weekly CONFIDENTIAL support group 409 SW 2nd Ave. 2. for "UF students who care" -a support group for significant others, 377-0014 family members, or friends of someone Little Hall, Matherly, GPA, Reitz Union who is HIV+ or has AIDS. September -14 For more information, call Linda Lewis at 392-1171. 9:30-2:00 Leave your first name and telephone number and must have a valid driver's license It's for You. your call will be returned by a group leader. Have a MasterCard or Vim?, SPONSORED BY COMMUNITY AFFAIRS CABINET Then phone in your chanted, IN COOPERATION WITH ALACHUA COUNTY 373-FIND. ,.,,, -SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS iff s ea r: IC -esmc,.y Lar.a asse.t.s -A' nimry us s -ma rai.sra .a .bsa mas Retailing Career Day Straight Talk From The Top Retailing Professionals Bod Top/Jflod fhe Gap J Byrons J.C. Pffnney Companmy K-Mat Apoee Unte Mcm rother/Jorlda Marsh Macy's Mallon uiamneM Rich's Xft(Uw Foods Meet the Relcruters and discuss career opportunIties Let the protaslonals tell you what Ruling lI Really All About! ThursdaY, September 13 1:30 pm -4:30 pm Reitz Union Rooms 346-347-39 CAREER EXPO Diversified Student Committee """ts Employment: The Legal Forecast A Forum off Legal T rnds for EmpIoymnJ in the 9s Guest Sp.ak*r: Rochieli Kaplan, legal couuel for the Cll PlaMan Coiscil Pte-Expo Fal -90 Defied Saudit Fosn September 13. 1990 2:30 pa.4S:0 pa Reita Uenr Audhoriie Recqdon-4:WD p.m. an 5:00 p.m. Raxe Union, Room. 121-123

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N Center Wa:rant America. ON 372 53 (starts Flatliners 47) Death Fril, Air Cinema N Drafthouse (3766843) Days of Thunder (starts Fril Litchfield (336-04081 Death Warrant. Pump up the Volume (starts Fri), Arach nophoblia. Darkman. The Exor ctst Il. Platliners, Ghost. Men at Work, My Blue Heaven, Wild '90 Central City Timmy T (Thu). A Split Second (Tue) [374-8002) Charlie's Mid-life Crisis (Thur-Wed) [371 -80691 Dub's Redline (Thu). Dixie All Stars (Fri-Sat), Gunfighter (The) [378-53591 Gathering Lomg. Crossfire [332-75001 ETERA "The Recorder in the 20th Century." a lecture by department of music Professor John Kits. continues the Thursday Afternoons series today at 1:55 p.m. in Room 120 of the music building. Call 392-0223 Steel Magnolias. Robert Harling's widely heralded comedic play about the passage of life in a small Southern town. finally gets off the ground after some delay at the Hippodrome BIG 9C at Heart, The Witches. Young Guns I1 Oaks 4 West (331-8118) Die Hard 11, Ghost, Presumed in nocent Tain Care of Bust ness Oaks 6 East 1331 8818} Hardware Pump up the Volume (starts Fri). Darkrnan Dick Tracy, Flatliners. My Blue Heaven. The Rocky Horror hc lure Show (midnight Fri. Sat) Plaza (378-2434) Rain Ktller JND9 IN Hardback Cafe The Respect able with I.C.B.M. (Thu). Piewackit with Nomadic Orphans jFrtl, Bad Egg Salad with Gutter Plow (Sat). Henrietta's Lovers (Mon), The Unidentified (Tue), Shadow Posts (Wed) [372-62481 Lillian's Grease the Cat 1372-10101 ETCETERA with shows tonight through Sept. 30. The Hippodrome is located at 25 SE 2nd Place For show times and ticket info, call 375 HIPP. A free Chamber Music Recital will be held in the Univer sity Auditorium Friday night at 8: 15 The recital. which fea tures department of music faculty members Sarah Baird, Willis +Bodne and others. coincides with the 74th annual THE [OWN S9 Market Street Pub Harz Fit zer (Thu). The Home Boys (Fri Sat) 1377-2927) The Mill Wendy Kissinger (Thu-Fri). Britton and Jack (Sat) 1331 01101 Rlichenbacher's Inside Out (Thu). Dem Bones (Fri Sat) Boogie Chillun fte-Wed) [375 53631 -ETCET meeting of the Florida Federation of Clubs being held in Gainesville Friday and Saturday Call 392-0223 The Reader's Theater 1990 presents -Piece Otferings." a showcase of works by local playwrights. at the Acrosstown Repertory Theater. 619 S Main St. in the Baird Center on Friday. Saturday and Sunday at 8 15 p.m. Call 372 4825 REEN0 (starts Fri, Presumed Inrio-ent Problem Child Reitz (392 1655} Crrmes and Misdemeanors (Thurs), Prefly Wormn (Fri Sat). El Amtr Brtro (Sun) StranqIers on a Frain (Mon} Ahei (Wed) Royal Park (373 4277) Postcards porm the Edge istaris Fri}. Pretty Woran, Back to the Future Part in ($1). Grernlins 2 (411. The Jungle Book ($11 APPLAUSE is the nekty .ntrinairmant suppleiment to The Indspmndmnt Fonsa Allgeuor EDITOR Jeremy Helligar ASSISTANT EDITOR Steve Gilliland ART DIRECTOR Karen Wheeler COPY EDITOR Dan Wine / The Shatter-Posts will be performing live Wednesday night at the Hardback Cafe. CE We do, too. So much, in fact, that it you find something, we'll let you place a free ad in our Lost and Found Classilied Section F ~Be kind to someone who's lost what you've found Call 373-FIND CI IN1IiLA!L C1114 Presents 4K TIMMY T THURSDAY SEPT 13 HIS HITS ARE: TIME AFTER TIME 4L & WHAT WILL I DO Admission: $4.00 18 and over admitted 201 WooI University .Downtown Gainesville 374-8002 -a -nts MINISKIRTS FINALS 0TOfflGIT" SEFTEMBER 13th Over $10o'a In Cash Ptls $1.10 Jack $1.75 Bud &t $1.75 Call -A Daniels Bud tight Brands -alsoFriday & Saturday Only DIXIE ALL-STARS former orgWnal members of Molly Hatchett & Black Foot 378-5359 Door Open tOO pm 4560 NW 13th St rnURSDAYSiFIVMBER 13, 1910, APPlAUSE 3 Big things are in store for Gainesville Last weekend, both CJ's and the Orange & Brew reopened their doors Barnacle Jack s is new on the wine and (line scene And now the smell of Club Gravity is in the air Never again will Gainesville residents be able to call themselves bored -or boring if you're looking for something to do until the weekend, read on Then crack a book or two Your GPA will really appreciate it By the way. APPLAUSE is still looking for fresh writing talent it you're a journalism major, the experience could one day land you in a posh 14th floor office at some metropolitan daily But for now, think of all the fun you could be having If you have good story ideas but aren't quite up to putting them down on paper. then give us a ring at 376-4458. Ask for Jeremy or Steve We need your input We want to know what you want to read about And remember, nothing is too outrageous for our readers APPLAUSE always admits Its mistakes Last week, the Rewind column incorrectly identified the legendary New Orleans bar as Tippitino's -Thanks to a story on Seattle bands in the latest issue of Rolling Stone, we now know that the bar is correctly known as Tipitina s We stand corrected WN

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4. APPLAUSE, THURSDAY SEiF!MBER 23, 1910 ------m---AUDIO FILE9 --m-m---Living Colotur fils UP Living Colour gave hard rock a shot in the arm back in 1988 with its lunky. explosive debut album Vivid The aibuir lea tured great hooks and expres save songs like -Cult ol Per sonahlty, as well as the in credible guitar skill of Vernon Reid. the law edgy vocals of lead singer Corey Glover and the solid i hythm section ofbas sist Mu', Skillmngs and drun mer William Calhoun Now. the band has returned to rock the new decade with Tines Up, and their second effort is just as strong as their first Tfune Up not only has great rock. but also finds the band broadening its horizons and exaimningoor culture with a mess.age of urgencry. pes simiisi hope and at leptance fhe album opening title song begins with the sound i clocks before launthing into a speed metal jam The song serves as a time introduction to the albums underlying theme We as people have to stand up and act For it is now or never The albun lows together quite well, though there are standout moments "Pride' is an anti dis rimination song with a fan tastc hook and dead-on lyrics that's also one of the bands best recordings yet -Type the album s first single is the other superb c(Ut a blistering look at the iioden world Ironn a very pes %iiisti point of view Another effetlive song on the album is the Skillings penned "Someone Like You Tie songs lyrics. which describe The shooting of the narrator s brother by policemen unmst have personal meaning to Skillings consider ing that one of the people the album is dedita trd I ois named tarry Skillings The album is not devoid of lighier moments. however Love Rears Its Ugly Head" is a fear of relationships number that opens with a violin and goes on to describe a friendship that may be blossoming into something more The other humorous cut. 'Elvis is Dead." is a sardonic funny song that trashes the Presley legend and includes a rap by Little Richard and references to PiUbl, Enemy s -Fight the Power and Paul Simons Gracelind "Solace ofYou a collaborairn between Glover and Reid fir rows African ri fs, while posi lively describing relationship "This is the Lifer which ends the album. presents a wishful thinking alternative to the reality of our own lives and closes with a message to 0r and make yourself a better per son and accept yourself Ior who you are Ii is an exielitn1 ending to an album that how cases a band sure to to On influential force in hard rip for a long time to come BY DAN O'CONNELL -------------mm -mm mm mm m -mm m -mm mm -mm mm mm --m -mm ----* Shadowfix The Odd Get Even Clever title and all, Shadowlax s The Odd Get Even is masterfully designe,. Ing The music is predominantly the work Of synthesizers with violins. violas, drums and bass providing background support There is also a large variation shakers. tbilals, angklungs. Ethiopian shaman rattles. Nigerian metal shakers. caxixis, ewe drums and udu drums, to name a few The sound of Shadowfax's music makes the group easily comparable to other popular new age artists such as Kitaro and Manhetm Steamroller musicFor those unfamiliar with of ntes, saxophones and guiars Although the instruments used are Anyone even slightly interested n Shadowfax, they are a new age in Perhaps the feature that makes varied, the music is often so similar new age of even la, music may want strumental band with jazzy overtones Shadowfax's music so unique is the that picking out favorites requires to check Out The Odd Get Even Loing The songs on the new album range from array of non-conventional instruments repeated listening Tie Odd Get Even is tite Shadowfax fans will be rewarded the Arabian sounding -1001 Nights' to Used in the songs There are tama guaranteed to relax the mind without by this truly inventive album the eastern flavored 4One Winter Morndrums, bushmen rattles. Virginia rain falling into the 'easy listening" genre BY JASON SABOlTIN Frind. Flir The Indestructible Beat off Soweto (Vol. 3) I FRA Weoo shet this ad & I Yew N Tria Week U so NW m STREET SchOOIl Year M 378-8400 3 win" s z he Asa planning $10.5 s ii This is the third in a marvelous series of albums detail ing the vast output of "mbaqanga" or township jive musicians Vol. I was an epochal release that combined with Paul Simon s Graceland, foe used attention on world class talents like Ladysmith [flack Mambazo Vol 2 revolved around slick er. more recent offerings from another set of artists, almost all of whom were intriguing enough to demand they be searched out on their own Vol. 3 may lack the sweep of FACToRY 0LECT WANI OUTLEt FUTONS FRAMES a ACCESSORIES EOSt Universty 375-31M5 those earlier releases. but It is no less rewarding As always, the music is an intoxicating mix of thick. loping basslines, complex arrangements and call and response vocals because so many major acts have already been featured. Freedom ltre serves as a mn showcase for Mahlathim and the Mabotella Queens, who've performed together and separately since the *60s. Mahlathini has a deep. growling voice that earned him the nickname 'Lion of Soweto. The Mahotella Queens are a female -t Nt) ,4p -0 dve ,', 9 rill vocal group whose tight. swift harmonies contrast wonderfully with his raspy attack These artists appear in one combination oranother on nine of the 15 tracks Since so little of their music is available in the United States, this hardly seems enough Other standout artists include the male vocal group Amaswa.i Enfvelo and Johnson Mkhalali The latter appears on 'Lets Go Together. an instrumental in the style of accordion jive, a hard-driving music that is especially infectious. r IA Whatever the song's topa be it a warning to stay in school. a call to Christianity or a man*s comical lament about the travails of marriage -the underlying message is an uplifting one. 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ITI!JRSDAY. SEI''EMBFR 13. 199. APPlAUSE. 5 Just like Mardi Gras Story by Jeremy Helligar a Photos by Jeff Barli. New Orleans -the birtnplace of Mardi Gras, home of Tulane University and Harry Connick Jr This past Memorial Day weekend, Gainesville's own Henrietta's Lovers packed up their instruments and crossed the Florida border over to that mystical town The result was a commotion unheard of since the Battle of New Orleans nearly two centuries ago. Henrietta's Lovers ae (clockwise from top). Alex, Mike, CEO and Matt. The exodus began sometime around 3 asm on Friday after a brief stop at Denny's Restaurant in Lake City where Bernie the waitress entertained the band andits entourage (which included sound man Kevin Meyers, whose Chevy Suburban provided the transportation) with tales of her 15 children and throng of grandchildren. "Onward -Destination New Orleanal" the band and company shouted after an hour of tasty, greasy food and memories of long-gone sSaturday Night Live" episodes. About eight hours later, the road was just a fading memory as the 10 not-tooangry but incredibly exhausted young men reached their destination Tulane's Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity house. where Henrietta's 'Lovers were scheduled to play Friday and Saturday night. The band members perked, albeit momentarily, when they spotted a flyer on the TEP wall touting Henrietta's Lovers as *Florida's most band." Most of the day was spent pi Friday night's gig, with a lit drinking thrown in between a ments. When asked by one Tulane student what Henrietta' sounded like, one TEP brother with the label "progressive jaz cause it suits them and nobo he explained) -a strange Ia probably has more to do with Alex Davidowkrl' trumpet sol anything else. Anyway, a new genre wa, born, Hamlet Ca Etheldred Barrn IV (but you hIm 0E5 would later discover Z e, dy else." bel that vocalist os than musical rrinigton can call a more fitting description of the band's mus 'Neo-Euro Afro-Bubble-Fusion.he called it Between beer guzzing and promotonal activity, the band even managed to sell a few copies of its (at the time) 2 week old casset te, The Pagoda Woman The guys were so et static about the tapes sales that plans were already underway for a ChristmrlaS album a Ia New Kids on the Block 11 I1 probably be a five-song El 'specialtv dedicated in New Kids style to Christmas.' Alex said A Saturday morning cartoon and a reggae song are also future possibilities although CEB violently denies the latter After Friday night's gig, Heni etta s Lovers mnus Alex. who by now had splintered from the band to seek new adventures but instead ended up doing laundry all day. spent most of Saturday browsing through the French Quay ter. eying breakdancers. jugglers and jazi musicians along the way Occasionally, a masseur or fortune teller caught the guys attention While walking through Tulane-s 'Fraternity Row' early Saturday afternoon before the trip to the French Quarter, guitarist Matt Herrero, sport ing a Captain Hook earring, his eyes still adjusting to the new day, delivered an enlightened discourse on the dif ferences between the local band scenes in New Orleans and Gainesville (In New Orleans) its a totally dil ferent sound -much more occupied with the blues and jaz than I thought it would be There's more of an em phasis on skill and a lot more of putting in the work to get the sound down exactly right. In Gainesville there's a little more of an emphasis on feeling and really just kind of winging I( and going somewhere Matt also addressed the criticism Henrietta's Lovers has received from more established local bands who advise the four hungry musicians to pay their dues or wait their turn: 'Seniority is not the most important thing. Its not a question of time It's not a question of talent. In a lot of cases, it's a question of really making should distinguish between ariogance and confidence "You have to have a little come C el fidence than the average person: Ile said 'You have to have that tconficen er for yourself, and you have to help everyone else have that contedenir lor you You're not playing Lovers you rrt trying to put out a whole new thing You have to sell it, you know CEB added his own insight -Other bands have been playIg lor two or three years We re trying to get there so much faster We re just Jumping right into the scene We re riot trying to work our way up We want to go somewhere We want to do something CEB nay be something of the iew kid on the block (fi joined the bind last April). but already his Bun ky bass is an indelible stamnip on Henrict a s Lovers sound That first night at the TEP house his skillful strumming and rool demeanor incited two awestruck young women to scream in unison. 'WE WANT CEB! WE WANT CEB" When asked where he learned to plav that funky bass, CEB chuckled. 'Play that funky bass. white boy Seriously though. he taught himself He's been playing bass for seven years now In junior high school he played violin. and later bass, with an orchestra Eventual ly, he moved on to electric bass, playing with rock bands around Tampa He even spent a year playing with a blues band before coming to UF in the fall of '89. After defending themselves against accusations of arroganceand ignorance to the rules of Gainesville's band scene. Matt and Mike further explained what Henriettas Lovers is all about Our music starts with a rap base Mike on drums with rap." MaBt said "CEB brings in funk bass. and I. hopefully. bring in kind of a soul Mike changed the subject to milcon ceptions about Henrietta s Lovers' sound. "Everybody comes up to us and tells us we sound like somebody, he said. 'I hate mentioning the word *R.E.M.' with our band. As the Suburban crept closer to its popular the effort and ofreally opening markets. destination. Mike and Matt talked and a lot of people don't understand about different vocalists -those they noting that, and that's why we have problems admire and those they'd rather forget. tie beer getting along with some bands in The Cure's Robert Smith used to be a dvertise. Gainesville. It's because we happen to good vocalist until his jowls got in the curious be really good at the marketing way. Matt said. Sinead O'Connor with s Lovers side.we've been able to really work her doubleand triple-overlapping vocame up hard at the other side of music that a cals is even worse. and Don Henley is .In. lot of people don't understand And just plain monotone that's why you have a lot of bands that hang around for years and years and years and never do anything.' The subject of Henrietta's Lovers' arrogant attitude recurred in the back of the Suburban on the way to the French Quarter. According to Mike. people And what about their own missing vocalist. Alex? CEB called Alex the -Bubble in his "Neo-Euro-Aro-BubbleFusion" theory of Henrietta's Lovers essence. Mike had contemplated many times before ways to explain Alex s vocal Influences. Today. like all the times before, he came up emptyhanded 'When this band breaks tip. you're gonna find Alex Davidowskiat a Holiday Inn lounge soimewhere he said 'I really have not ligured out where his main inluences are rorn I get ito his (at and listen to what he s listening to on the radio, and i1 r'al! sr ares tie someetiics H likes Doid Byrne but he sounds nothing Ilk' David Byrne Matt heat ro known. (omipaied AlrN f S to Heni is Iitl oF onI~ Alex is a little fontlma less at CER plays his funky bass at the TEP house. complished 'Alex is really good at play ing up the theatrical,' Matt said 'Songs Itke 'True Love' and Cat's Eye' are really outrageous He goes all out on it And there are a lot of songs where he lust mumbles and talks With the French Quarter just a parking space away. Mike pondered the deeper meaning behind Henrietta's Lovers' NeA Orleans ad g g gventure Asthecrowduru side III w'mdow shared r iJI .ulo to sight he lound te answer H[y vou ever wailied Old sitoms Mien they rn like 4ettimt: almost no ratings at the end' lhe% always send them oit to other cities like Japan and stuff like that That s what I eel like Henrietta's Lovers in New Orleans I feel like we're on our way down They-re making a special A expect to see Tootle come walking by -Parkl Parki Right now Let's gotMatt yelled as a parking space finally became a reality. A day of adventure was footsteps away Catch a glimpse of Henrietta's Lovers "Neo-Euro-Afro Bubble-Fusion" Frday night when they play of the Orange & Brew on campus If that s not enough. they'll be on the loose again Monday night at the Hardback with opening act Dingo Fish.

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,APP]A S, LHI )A\ l MIh I4 ---m--------m--m---NOW PL AYI NG---------O-Melinda Sue Gordon Is it Barn's,? No. it s Darkman Heaven help us 1\2 Oakmamt Litchwild Oaks 6 East There's something unsettling about a movie that makes the jump to comic book. That's what has happened with Darkman, an uninspired at tempt to ( reale 1 new ( haracier akin to Darnan Perhaps Mar vel Comi swill have better lu k Ileshing oI this person Darkmran has his origins in Peyton Westlake (Li am reesoni. a scienlisi who is strugghng with a new invention called Plastic Skin It has the potential to revoluitionlir care for burn victims and other patients, but Pevton (an t gel the substam e to hold its shape for longer than 99 minutes Jist as he nears a breakth rough Peyton s girlfriend stumbles upon a memo linking a prominent businessman ti) bribery Ruth less henchmen tear up his lab looking for the evidence They also dip Peyton into a vat of acid and torch the building on their way out Peiton arrives at a local hospital with burns on 90 per cent of his body and a horribly misshapen face His doctors have developed a new techni que in which they disconnect the nerve endings that send pain signals to the brain This has the added effect of sending an unchecked flow of adrenaln through Peyton body. giving him enormous strength and a rush ol violent mood swings He quickly escapes from the hospital, salvages some computer equipment and the remains of his research, and vows revenge Using Plastic Skin to don temporary dtsguises. Peyton soon wreaks havoc with the lives of the men who attacked him Revenge sees a little too sweet for our hero, who takes sadisto pleasure in his deeds When one poor sc'hmick begs for merry and claims to have told everythig he knows. Peyton purrs -know yOui have. Rick But lust for fun. lets pretend vou haven I As Peyton. Neeson s perior mance borders on parody Given the melodramatic. popup style o director Sam Raimd. that might not have been such a bad idea Raimi has filled Darkman with visual references to clas sic horror movies The scene where Peyton perches between two gargoyles high atop a building echoes the poses of Quasirodo in The Hunchback of Notre Done And he's con stantly wrapped in a long over coat That looks like a hand-me down front the Caped Crusader Even the store by Danny Elfiman gets into the act It goads us to remember The Phantomof the Opera when the scientist "plays" the keys on his conpiter pad the same way the Phantom played the organ Perhaps that's the problem here The punchy direction and arch dialogue have a little too much fun with the brood Ing, serious story alwork here And if Raimi can't take Darkman seriously, neither can we ratogs scale BY MICHAEL GILTZ based on four-star NewsSPORTSentertainmentNEWSCanaerEuAITlrrrnewscLAss -Find it all n the alligator. IFIEDSfOsbhaPOLnCSCrosswordl French Addiction IUf Lingerie Boutique Sting Sle Buy 2 get I FrTCC w t an s h I GET UNIVERSITY CLUB Food, Spirits, & Dancing Club 4 for the Alternative Lifestyle Open Daily at 5:00 p.m. Proper ID required Gay owned and operated 378-6814 4 call for more info S a TAIL ALE Enjoy a premium Gator Tail Ale and watch the Gators play Alabama. Enjoy 2 for 1 Drinks* all during the game Eatery & Brewezy 6791 Newbey Rd. Oaks Mail P 331 -0110 A2 for 1 on liquor and house wines only SP'Sg MW. S USE Ca"m"ras BLenses -Bags See Our Antique Collection 111 NWN 6th St 373-5655 FALL YEAYER SEMESTER Y 6 FALLS (LI SPqIN M SW 2nd A. u5s 372-70 abA' eveR4 & PERSONA -VINTAGE CLOTHING -ANTIQUES .COLLECTIBLES -COSTUMES Sun Cantor 101 SE 2nd Place SOME I E

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I it 1N)AY, 14 'I I MILR I I va, AlPIAI SE, 7 -mm-m--mmm--------NOW PL AYING-----------mmMM TO Star Pictures James Belush, stalls mn Taking Care of Business. *Taking Care of Business Oaks 4 West Takinq Cri of Busricss is the kind of comedy tha1 you would exprc1 to be very ninny, but it does] t itle meet those exprE actions the film takes two respeclable (omic atlors, James BelushI and Charles Crodin, and gives IhemI sitif direction and a mediocre script, with only a lew unny lines to keep the audience inr terested Belushi plays Jimmy Dworskt. a car thief finishing his prison sentence Jimmy wins tickets to see the Chicago Cubs play in the World Series. and he desperately wants a weekend release from behind bars. The warden (Hector Elizondo), however, dislikes, Jimmy and refuses to let him go Jimmy s fellow inmates stage a fake rot so Jimmy ( an escape. which he does The premise itself isn't even very realistic Meanwhile, harried advertis ing executive Spencer Barnes (Grodin), has flown to Los Art geles for a very important ad campaign While calling his wife from the airport, he leaves his filofax, which contains his schedule and addresses, In the phone booth Jimmy. who also happens to be t I o iiI had, the liloin arid taktS 11 intending to (Itmti 11 l 1 reward lie go to ihe houi where Spern er is suppos.c 10 be Saving and takes om Spencers identi Meanwiile Spencer is iniigrtc beaictea itp and thrown into 1 runpsit Thisplot is oil tanlhiT artid the dialogtue isn't iun ilaeugh to make us lorgel ciat the plot is recy led fromt other buddy movies Belushi is a hil more likable here than in his last jew roles Grodin. who was out standing in MNidrqhi oun gives his standard performnan e (I a ( itrami IIIL 1, a trhIam to iunpao I ticnIu1st wit 1 lie ser. who h lie (an be is allowed Ihe hu s ony o-al surprise is serig Iqlishi i drag, but that ( iomes near it end. and by Ithl tunie thurn isn't much itetlesting goig on Iis tould have been a tinnier film with a better plot but lie makti ul 7akmiq arCmo/ Bust m5's5 Jin I bother ii (ncme up with anything we haven t al ready seen BY DAN O'CONNELL o' ma N (ni jour star bc Carefd Out Therc Use common sense -Keep doors & windows Locked '90 A L E T_ S MaIntosh sr 2 Megabyte RAM, 40 MB Hard Disk, Mouse,System Software, and HypeiCard Keyboard sold separately -Apple keyboard SM, Extended keyboard $158. See us at the UF MacFest In front of the Campus Shop & BookSorei, September 13 & 14. FriCwmplete dcas stop by ard see the asy to learn, easy to use A MppeM hanJs mpUTer at te UF Cawipus Shpand Bookso le -Mondaythrough Friday &00am tO00pm or call 3924194 and ask lr the Apple oaukanft. H. ato -V & fte ainmin.Yai .Apple Inc. mpur, n 1.J -e h --1111 WI a". AN "'' THE DUG-OUT Gainesville s Newest & Finest Billiards & Sports Club 10 Pool Tables, Darts & Gomeroom Buy 2 Pitchers Get 1 Free 1$4 40 each) Tuesday & Thursday Bud Longnecks SI 00 Miller Genuine Draft 75C Watch your favorite sports programs on Giant Screen TV with Satellite Dish gel I Lunch Special from 11-4 Pm -Buy foot long sub hour free pool Happy Hour 11-6 Monday-Thursday -S2 pitchers ------------1 Bring this Coupon in and get Behind Ihe Sun Ba 1/2 hour Firestation on --SW 2nd at SW 34t L ----fre Pool-ink & h St Gainesville sharks check out The Alligator for eating places. 4> 1isi West am University 373-1234 Lt flhd Avoniue Now3facilionsr 375-1234 New foci Roses 2 5' $495/Doz 336-12314 FALL I YEAR SEMESTER o100 $55 M FALL& l Lt SPRING 536 SW 2nd Av 372-I816 Ga tt rBy te MACINTOSH PIC N' SAVE FRIDAY LUNC 4PM 9 KIDS EVERY DAY SEAF0OD2BUFFET I 99 *BOILED SHRIMP I CRABMPAM SALAD )6 @FPRED SHRIMP SFJED FISH *CROICE RVIST BEEF FRIED CH CCN ADULTS ,BERKO 44:30 PM. 6111 N. 8TH AVE. 300 SW. 16TH AVE. "as hased A I A0

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Pri-Sat Ilam-lam Sun Ipm-lOpm 5112 W 34th St across trainthe YMCA poo 3n24751 Red Lion Tavern Now serving Gators 11 3am Satur days Still thebest grill in town Watch Monday Night Football with us and enjoy great beer specials 2413 SW 13th St 378-6320 Capt'n Louie's Galley Bringing Gainesville fine chicken and seafood since 194 Featuringall-u-can eat seafood and salad buffet daily Called dolphin and chicken sandwiches are our specialty Fast and fnendly service 7 days a week Scully's Seafood Place Why make our wallet suffer when you have a deire lor seafood Scully's of ers plenly 01 quaily seafood such as Crab Leg, GrouIper, Catfish, Shrimp, Scallop, Clams and Stuffed Crab at prices you can afford Non seafood items aso available Lobster night every Tuesday night Casual atmosphere Open for lunch weekdays from II loam to 2 30 pm Open Sunday through Thursday from 500pm to 10)0pm Open Friday and Saturday from 5 fapm to 11 Wpm MC/VSA 2031 NW 13th Street, 371-1811 La Concha The flavor of Key West nght here in Gainesville Spanish and Latn Amen can Cuisine M-F I I am-8 30 pm 4002 W Newberry Rd Plaza West 378-402 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 nol Open daily 5-10 2 For I well drks & dollar drafts from 5-7 pm 6-Pound challenge 2310SW 13th St 3734301 Tim s Thai Restaurant Brings you the Best Blend of the Orert Open Mon-sat, Closed Sun Vias, MC, AMX, 501 NW 23rd Ave 3725424 OUT ON For Information Regarding Out On The Town, Contact Amanda Escobio 376-4482 Cly-vo /so s P f a (sr lAce-1 of sor] At IF b or, to o1rd P to use K6 i" "Of I K() 4or to, 10 It -I A all( Ohio

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I H I IRSDAY, LF1TMIER 1 9C, ALLIGATOR. If BUY IT SELL IT .FIND IT. 373-FIND I gator EA lassifIeds E Classifications 1 For Rent -Furnished 2 For Rent -Unfurnished 3 Mble Homes For RentSale 4 Sublease House/Apt. 5 Roommates 6 For Sale 7 Real Estate 8 Motorcycles 9 Autos 10 Wanted 11 ServIces 12 Typing Services 13 Help Wanted 14 Business Personals 15 Personals 16 Connections 17 Notices 18 Rides 19 Pets 20 Lost & Found J When will your ad run? Classifieds will begin TWO DAYS after they are placed Ads mailed in or placed at the Union or Shands may lake THREE days to appear Ads may run for any length of time and be cancelled at any time Sorry, but there Can be no reFOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED FURN 2lDR, 15minwalk toUF,$187mo cali 377-4522 alter Gpm -16-S-I1 Secure Your ApartmnI falol cost $525 Portable, guards all openings, easy to use, or into call BlueGetorEnt 3776918 9-14-3 1 FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Walk to Sania FE CC. I SOR $270-5290, 20DA $335, NEW Townhouse $440 Sec Plus LMR Pool, laundry no cats or dogs Santa Fe Trade Apis 3761 IN 12 14 Apartment ner Norman Hall. 11147 Ave I bdr, hot1, reserved parking. central heae/air. S32Stmo, 1.407-452-2325 9-Is52 J How to place a classified ad: In Person: Can ,vc; MC VISA Ino A gato fDlicer 'Os W Uri vrs hy Ave A F d arn 40pm H-D C.some service Desk M F 8 aM 30 pm net Union Cash'er s O'ce M F 9am 9 pm Sad A Sun Closed Melicar Boossroe Shaoes M F a am 4 30D 0 By Mall Use 'os appeared week I :o A .garor Sorry no cas, by ma MC VISA or ceckso any By Phone 373-FINDPalby VISA Or sasterca-c ONI Y F ye do 'ar I mr So 830 4pm r-i How to correct or cancel your ad: cancellations Ca 3'3 FNO mrH a c No refunds can be given Alligator errors Cnea, yor ad re F IST say I r Ca 373 FIND try Cr&C r'Os 0e lore noor' THE A(L1GATOR IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE IPSI DAY THE AD PUNS INCORF-CLY Co hcted ads ali e extended On, a4Y No rernd s or cred'ls can al ge'r ale facing 'he ad Charges Caed n a'r Ite 'rs' day a1 no be compe'rsaeda Customer error or changes. Correc'ons lr me made I person Ir The Aigato do,ce BEFORE NOON There will a S200 correctIon fee FOR RENT: UNFURN. 2 weeks FREE RENT 2 bd' $339 4 blocks north of UF water paid cenIt rl ai, 421NW i Street 371 7777 9 125-2 Walk to OF Studios 1 2 & 3 bedroom apartments just norih of UF 411 NW 15 St 371 7777 9 18 5 2 A studio lor $245 I bedrooms 5260 $349 by UF very nice, must see 4 1 NW is Street 371 7777 9 Is 5 2 2 weeks FREE RENT Huge 2 bdr,2 be $369 1000 q tot el Apr Apartmeils 636 NW 25 Ave 371 7777 9-1S 5 2 House for rent Buckingham Obdir 2bu Is ig room larg, eat-in kilchen, library, San porch Available 9/4 faculty pro? 332 30a 9 14 2-2 ALOA GARDEN APTS 1-2-3 br, garden seeing. near Shandsa shoppmr ties .ble lees., 3009 SW Archer Rd 377 0555 9 20 12 2 FOLK MASS SUaday 7:00 pm or =@d a Corn and cMWoaMr Godgs cominuing gift of n ro at ,r rI a, SOYir~ I" NsS -FOR RENT: UNFURN. ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2 bd' 2ba */tjdy end unit blinds SePOfmo Cal 335 2703 Oak Glade Apts near UF A VA quiet waster dryer available in moi units for $20 mo Cats Allowed 18 29 1 & 2 Bath $250 $376 sen & '"r 372 5422 '2 4 76 2 INCREDIBLE Eflcfincy Apt swearing &t Sias SIarting at $235 2 Bedroom MEADOWCAf ST 110 NW 39th Ave 378-3998 375-SCS1I Check Our New SpeCilSA,, Ameniti, A,,i,,ble FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Roommates Available We re No I REGENCY OAKS 378 5766 3230 SW Archer Road COUNTRY GARDENS 373 4500 200' SW le Street SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM APT ONLY 5273MO LYONS APT 4000 SW 20TH AV 377719 1 block '0 UF large rooms yil paid Locked mailbox Cable nice $150 -75 also Ibd t' Ciose CO campus utI paid qu'o 376 3291 9 12 i 2 $100 ol1 S1 month S rerli Phoani. Arts 2bdr 1ba $325 ma close I UF Shands al' ameniles cent ac hr sels Ok 378 1002 9 18 15 1 Idrr Ouet complO 1 2 Mile train cam pus Full kitchen $345 Call 372 3389 or 37 7392 9 14 6 2 AFFORDABLE Lu.ury Security Custom ron see doo's/wndw. SW 142 br Chandeliers cill ins micro sensor lite pato privacy nc From $250 331 2099 9 14 5-2 Tired oh complex Irving' Try our I Ded boom qradraplex a NW area No pes $225 no C ose to campus Car 372 2223 9 17 5 2 Dape 2 bedroom bat new S'eve reig dshoashlr garbage asp AC laundry room Fairly close I0 campus 5375 462 4964 9 1 3 2 2 bedoom I ba $175 4 blocks from UF 411 NW 15 St 37t 7777 9 1-5-2 MOBILE HOMES:I 3 FOR RENT/SALE 1987 Skyine I44x56 bds Ibih Exc.Ileni cond. $9000 obo 336 4864 Alamar Gar dens SW 201h Ave Splieplan must Sell 9 19-5 3 4 SUBLEASE: HOUSE/APr. Subleae putr turn apt nlow AUgI4*g99i Sapi*Mbor fearlesery close to iF Nist Office S260/MO Call Wi at 334 5153 or 392-3850 914 S 4c DEAR SiTUDEN7'9, Alpha Xi Delta estnd Condolences SUBLEASE: HSE/APT Sublease I bdrm apI Orly 3 iOOCks 'ron campus Acriea.ce. no ian pID, $269modh yea, 'easesept hrt A'' @ 375 4610 9 14 5 4 Need lmm suboase apt 15 o wa 0 OF 'arnished $197 0o Call 377 45" alter 6pm 9 18 5 4 Susier turn large I bil aor uni' Ja 1990 secure area In the P'ries Ca 373 3371 1 9 5 4 Studio For Pell $245 a month .,I I'd 2 weeks Iree rent' Just 4 blocks ro' o UF call 371 777 7 ask abOut 1530 apt 2T 9 19 5 4 S ROOMMATES TREEHOUSE VILLAGE Roommates Avaelabhe Reserve your room tor al Bus service to OF and SFCC turn Or untarn 5175S 250 ar room madmon l Mr Prop Miami Inc Realtor 375 020' 9-l14 1A Female roaommates Co Share 3b 2 Sa Isu' nshed downhome Close to UF $200 210 .1.3 ltil 378 5431 9 14 11 5 202a lunlurrshed in beauC'ul MI wood townhouse to share ns T i Poo wasner dryer 245,mo .1 2 At Ca I .ry 335 '421 9 13 10 $ ROOMMATE MATCHING SERVICE OXFORD MANOR Why bVe alone? Share expenses hu' NOT bathrooms' Large lbdr'iba 'Own house apartments Washer dryer n chided Come by today' 2777 SW ARCHER AD 377 2777 ii 14 15 5 F roommate sale secure eaj condo in NW area Close to LF &Sr $250 paysall SSO securitydep Call376 529' cr 813 958 1559 9 14 9 5 I F tor own rm'oa O br 2 Sa a Casa panca Partially furnished waldr Poor A clus 5250'mo + l,2ui Call 335 354D, 9 21 12 5 2 ooms avail NW area 1 mCe to UP M his responsOle student Acwasidry own room nice S1iASio 371 6463 377 1631 Alex 9-13 5 5 BRANDYWINE l/2 mile to OF FUR NISHED 21tr/Iba $200,mo to' own room + 112 bills me laczzi sauna woighl room hUge pool Dennis 37? 2957 9 13 5 5 SERIOUS mature I student to share beautiful 2bd /2 be Geil condo on bus rules Flexiba, lease $225 me 1i2 util 373 2509 9 16 8 5 Housebroken apt mare 1o share gorgeous downtown apt 2bdri2ba All mod corve riance. $245/mo 313 7456 9-20 10 5 Female roommates needed to share 4bdr/3ba house WFpOOi and hOl tud wash*r"dryet 3 miles rm U $27 In cludes uta1l'es 373 3247 9 'A 5 5 LAURELS ins for own roomba n 3bdab Great amenities wd Seal paid $250 dep $250 mo Call 335648' &fler 5 pm 9 14 55 tr the University of Fiend h Iomed your community recently expenenced Our sympathy extends to the parents and frleads of those young people whose lives wee ended so suddenly Because of circumstances. Alpha XI Delta. 'The New Sor.ity" ha postponed itrcoloni.tion r.h The new schedulee is -followsSUndWy, Sept. to Information,. Night 3 30 or 5.00 or 630 Renta Union, Bm 363 (Pl. pick up ilakt In Ph nh.i UnIc Officer SFrlut r lorrTmsn nlaci M PrhelW Office at 302-1633 WO2-12 2 or 31801 Waeon Pm *iwlan On arw, .i, let n on lhe radio ROOMMATES ROOMMA I u Q,' --e ddto sTa 11 0 Ius $100 nmD Car ','a 9 19 5 5 u 15 ilb s -I e 1 0 1O, rju u Ca ci, I s 315 j72 378 SAVE IS F ns 'up rospOnsoi sluder, wanted to share sanhr 9ba1 f rn dpI 'M TO campus 5r 50 -r 4 i 336 4103 9 18 4 5 Wanted Sncere M F to Deurease ?bd r 0 wastidry n big house 1225. Pu 3' 24'/ ea 9 24 5 rsro ng Sadori' deICkl~ yard SePl a' monliy ourol.t Or or anr F 'een S waned To share Car 'I l I SPYGLASS Wre immei ,'i:v Ca 335 5591 14 4 5 M F roomma'es wanted to snare SPac 0 secure Sbra s house Iblock irr am Pus Own roorm avarlab e $175 mo 5 uti 373 1242 9 14 4 5 Oc 1SC 2 DIeA located .Mihoppe area $175 mo live Wi, a rOlerss 0" Person leave message picase 373 5830 17 5 5 Room-ate Wdn ed i s F 'D sia, S Dr or longer eS 2 in Stay SD 'p C11 3-4 8434 9 '8 5 5 MFroOmMale 10 Share 3 b T 5S Iow Io rse at Caro a"ca W sI o 1 ,:i '0S a dry nC udeo Ca Jo 33" 4288 9 18 5 5 F N/S owrn bd' bath $I40 nO call 375 0466 IV message 9?8 13 N S M F 10 share beautiful ?dei 'aearchwood townhouse Washer I'y poo 5245r-ro I 2 41 Cal' R <'ird 39', 1421 9 20 5 5 Female roommtre waoled frrow"' 4 own balh oi 2 relales to shart.'om' 4 bal al Oakioroo Walk Cal 3' I and leave message 9 5 S 6 FOR SALE TYPESETTER Varityper 5410 2 D s, dries, 2 film cassotles 2 film cannis Ors Factory reconedioned unused m pasI yS Perfect for small typesefing jobs Good machine for small type shop Sys em includes 3 ralS 6 in PC film & 6 'O' disks a3 500 OBO Call The Alligaro' a 373 9926 for more into Alpine, Kenwood. Sony and 30 more brand are all a our New Location' Car Store@ Specililsts 3215 NW 13 S1 3722070. 12-14 76 6 MICRO CENTERi Computers 376 1 146 Editor's choice Hewlett Packard A Norihg0te Price lower Ban ral or0 Systems below include lmb, 40mti Iims Harddask graphics monitor MC 286 $1195, MC 36sax $1370 Northgaze 386,20 $2399 Leadng Edge laptop W 40 MB nd & baltery 52395 i S 2 yea' war antis Oneil warranties Panasoe'c 1ISO printer $105, HP Laser Jet lip $1049 3743 W Uniersity Ave 12 14 766 Crimeetopper Car Alarms., K-4O Radar Doctors, Inlinity, Sene, Sony, Orion. Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo We Del All Prices 373-3754 12 14 76 6 Nice clean modern furniture and an owes all at reasonable prices Come take a took THE PLUNDER HOUSE 511 SW All Ave 372 6577 MiC VISA AMEX 9 17 15a*****AIR CONITIONER .** A I large I small REASONABLE 37 9615 '7150 DESKS (alt sizes) Computer In ue Bookcases File cabienets CoaiS (I styes) A mre in Solk Clar ed l ow as prices THE OFFICE MART ISO NE 23 Abe 373 7516 9 19 17 6 Claesifleda. Qontjriye Qfl nexI pill. m

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.42, ALLGATOR, THURSDAY, SFIIfIr'EBER IN, 990 FOR SALE F UTION & F RAME I 1om or $200 set Ca IA 373 2 2; 9 / 15 6 B-DS BEDS BEDS NEW P fUNITURE USED I owe Discou-t Prices Dumas O srou na 142' NE SIh Ave 37' 442 1 9 28 24 6 ADVANCE I Car Siereo Plus OF'r nq Harman Kardon Autotok JBI Tos hia Crunch Hafler MEI VSE alarm Lanza, 25 NW 23 Ave 37' 4378 -2 14 76 6 DISCOUNT HI-Fl 2? 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SEMI WAVE dawers ra 9 '45IN6 FOR SALE D BA SS car stereo srecoaist Warehou so direct sales on all car audio equpmenI Gainesvilie students 25% ol SalefAinal 1 allows 0 BASS 4504 SW 29h Ave o vife FL 32608 9 26 20 6 Ed S Warehouse Recycle 3 ?2 9718 desks, bikes ac peds sereos loot apple lamps Sav oturn1ture dOors speak ers tables, couch 428 NW 1 IT 9 18 66 Bicycle Panasonic DX 3000 Like brand rew 3250031 9790 9 1436 Access Ihe Vay from home With a Zenith modem keyboard and terminal $125 00 Call 332 0028 9 '3 2 6 Fo Sale Sapsui sIe r c Maran z lape deck Sans, speak Hitachi VCR ACA VCR App e FC Compuler monioi Imag writer F 6 -OR SALE Shoin 400 271r, 2 speed L Ke b'a'o 'W 250 00 or best offer call M ke at 336 8036 and leave message 9 I8 5 6 Head tennis raquen sale Grohit Pro $RS Camp Pro $60 Magnum Pro $55 I, ois A thermo cover included call 378 68' 9 17 4 6 Compile king size waveless eterbed padded sideboard headboard .healer $ I5 0b0 call 374 I6S7 9 i8 5 6 Oueer' I2e oalerbed headboaF W 'amps .oched Tmnro heater mal Ires 5 all n escell corna $7 376 5516 9 HANDGUNS FOR PROTECTION saW 38 cO. 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Graber h 3 ~9 The aw FOR SALE Cenlron racer LeMans rs 12spd $250 Mount Obke at outpost lop $250 Sol pxci cond 2 Rocklord Foscal Fain suos $150 462 1623 0 14 4 6 5 foo love seat Ian Vxc cond CVL Jason 335 0772 Leave message 9 14 46 MOVING Must soil living room set 're" ro dning table & chairs sooner mat aIssOs Sharp 19 color TV almost new 31$2190 91446 Vacuu-r crleanet Roya, 2 yr old $'20 Eehll cond 372 0799 atIer 5 pm 9 14 4 6 Alarm 00, 0 nOows & doas pFr aNe BIghi woIgh Simple 10 n al order 2 10r $20 372 09aft1e 5 9 4 46 OAKTREE SHAD SNGLASSES RayBan $35 VuarneF $45 Bol o $40 ec Ca 335 bite to save your money 9 20 / n For Sale sectional solar $150 pan arch, dnrrwooard$'00 arl storageocar$100 10 gal Irsh tank full ael up $25 Wise core putr 1900 cail for delays 335 5374 9 '4 3 6 Apple Compu r System includes mon [or mouse sctware Panasonic pr fler $950 obo Erin 335 0744 kill sell pars Bikes 10 and '2 speed good cond new res $65tea Oo call Randy 371 8281 9 18 5 6 rie reo, signs for Fare excelntf for paries and Ifat houses Best offer cai 336 791' Ask for Bill or leave message FOR SALE CAR ALARMS installed rsmole control any car truck or van fully guaranteed will demo Call 336-9193 student Is mes sage 10 1938 8 ALPINE 03215 graphic PQ w, ;bands A 4 amps SAW ft bone Get he bes 4 your car Call Sebosiar 332 9984 $150 frm 9 14 5 6 COMPACT WASHER ANO DRYER stand up Frigidare $150 Call 3/3 2496 9 '4 S-6 Drane new Hunter AT like for sale Don I need and settng or $220 LEye mess 377 4155 917 5 6 Pioneer Video Disk $250 DOD digital delay $50 DaN books(7) $40 Over 2000 12 singles lord| s rap dance & soul 05 ,Saeao bulk disc ob 378 4003 9 ,7 56 COMPUT ER AST 288 a extended key board Zeroh VGA color monitor Pans I c prin1oF $1200 Call 373 1667 9 14 4 6 Dorm nSie frdge big 2 0 cu t Like new Wi silver $F20 335 4525 9 13 3 6 MUST SELL"'1 New single bed new m. crowave drafting chaf lamps end able 10 speed bike Please call 336-7008 or 335 2076 914-46 HUNGRY? 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Cal 407 482 6629 anytime Wil' payanymIng ra Sonad0 er Slightly Unrea sonabie 919510 11 SERVICES NW Mini Slorage a II 75 & NW 39 h Ave near Oaks Mal area 5 x 5 10 oK 20 Tom $20 10% dic l STuden1s 33? 8917 T 14 76 11 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE' Got confidential lost'og and trealmeni a' PLANNED PARENTHOOD377 088' '? 14 76 I ** GATOR MOVING ** FuliSterv Mov/SlOt /Packin 1 itrm so Full Days.Eves Lona die Lai/n& Thary/ 374 4791 12 14 76PI Hunter Showbar, now accepting Studetsi Past UF *Qnlest'an coach Boarding working students accepted Farrelarms 472 3142 10030 11 BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTION' CS Milit ry tear gas A personal proteclie into Keychamr unit of home canIr $17S 9 each +$250 shopping (checks ok VilatMC phone orders) Sent immedialelyI Setle Cain. Action Seminal$ 6141 Patforgst. mlon Rouge LA 70818 or call 504-751-0496 Y t-PY o101 LOW HORSE FARM lit LUIS boaidng woosser laciII .* -y rioes A "a'' S saier woki'g Mrrils accepted 466 3224 375 808 '4 76 11 *SUNBELT MOVING* I Pr55 ora Mo, n Pasrng A ipe I Ihen' Rorse ill Local 1 rg e I he prced Io Students' Ma y 3 I' MOVIE 12 14 Ib I I HOiSL BOARD I disest'an C 'a. 'Ies 15 Min 9 4 14 1 Gealhoso F a I A Thtllmae In ca P & I'o, UF Janm' 7'I AAA STORAGE Z Ose oUr Cnonve M *4,4a S15h'o 4e8O $25mo 533 Sk TMn Avs 17 ?7?1 IT '4 76 FREE* Gas, a Women HF Al1'4 CENIf PI NW 'Id Ave, '5055 AL30Rr1)N To lki 1311314 GONT 1>31 ,y ..y n 1 *kG l IP V.i< & L3Ve''V proipse I Sf poepS over40 ys The Mehoe hoQo CC~U'a, C v lie 5 one, iOOri "S 3 33910**** J T'S 20 in $OL LEGE MON Y PrYvaie sc13 I' O a& College SCnO Mien 0 Localo S D V8 Jt, MO ?t o S^ 0: V' 4j 14 5 I D4-0 f ar's I 'A y hOrSe Paiq -1 D PS as (s aIIg '"g 'I afrM 'a I corcre' Ca Ock Dar -n IS a Ma Sa is nrI e n -J 9a *I' l PROTECTION* *Gs OiVoons g FLasni ghr* sprays caps ci'gaS disables AId -a Is alCer A lye 10 Pal C Dual Use F asg IT a ms Gas Looss h3'esS & 1i's rOCM Selp SN 'o M31 I' ?r0 5' .av Dg'oIN 4'912 '004 91,8 11 -.e A a 'o L , 4 5 + to ri IlI D NAILS I3 VONIe Il 3131 NW 3 S J.3 S sosSe 1 F is $ 3 r: a Mac Pod h~SL 'i~ 1i"' 0, O 'TS I Is, DID Ca a I in c -sar' 5 13 _0 Or y l5 0 '1 ?40' SCHO. WARSHIPS CFAANr', SSI A 0 A I a-in I D P no 11 HOMF S[CURITV I QCK Peooios Paro 0o aCs & hadaOirs a id inear An' d' cr Ci Qoc 3"" si 000 gd" S.'S oi 1n I 9 01 I NOVA STUN OUN S' 'I E'liecive' Nor I. a sed $89 $3 S+H a '14 3rrO Los og, MI S9RS 5' 44 880 9' '3 IT CONCEA LED WEAPON FIREARMS PERMIT COURSE Conoent' 5 coi,'so by chilrien DOr -,( lsi' 0 AD drosses sale laws aoidance mcl Isse Toappij bull a we Ie' O 'Us at Cer' Cd Coni a nk'SOC, ly nc 0'' C 1 673 0509 paying service 1 g00 22 3477 pager nuoe 291 5041 9 1 UP SECURITY SYSTEMS at an *Iordble price Cal Davy Enter Viss 336536 0 24 10 11 *06***ATTENTIONIIiS***O* Need Macintosh saflwarS hardware or services at low aricesl Call Dave Ad 373 1524 10' nto 9 2 A 11 Classiled. Continued on next page. il P, 1i Is 'A PO / In JA b Alllww. _-.1

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14 AIJ6AOR 1Hi SDAY, SIrTFMRFR 13 1990 SERVICES Mf T00N a NOR At ARM 'lr.I Do It) J a k r r1or m tIa'i C doD's A o"lI. 0o', a Oil'a S* a q hir i ~ ,I I 'e 'n d uOf lai e rdi av Sc-no t-ct 0' ''-D' odGe' i0' $'S $5 o V Ira rind 'fr r q I CONMUM PS CH'ICPC IO SO' UF I ALO NY iA'S 9 112 Proil. 1 r M 1, h r a Gre : 377 l0:10 P''f''O 00 Iaulolr ol'eleO al holy Si? r'o' O 110is5 MA [ H TUTORS Wirlr dernrd an Bruce Orgne tiCa SI-CC fiScoi."rlS 'or cruos o' -' f U LuTOP 92' 0 TYPING 12 SERVICES *Typing epols bisness regal lanes iaseltes Iranscr bed Upol' calion oeris lary *AR1 Available 24 hours / pays 372 277/ '2 14 6 12 MILROCLNTL H Typ'ng 3/ 0339 Fll Se' Serv or io0nu. "g Typing starts P 50 og Posa'lmn $6 SA I service re somes $2 So 'r '5 page Laser type set iaph'cs sp crmeck theses papers T 5lwe' characters empIoy nerdatabases r''d merg training WordPer'ecr special s V'saiMC 12 14 76 12 Typing Woro Process I Cuarty depend able service Heasonaoh, rates Later pr ne, 37. 81 5 bl 9 0OpM T2 14 76 12 *SO@RESUMES@@@ COL elew -Cde ei omenlssocs Frs.ts Ito r3 8 48 o <14 76 2 r OL I, A WOp J*"'~ ,'41 r 4' 1 by, Tir ol) ryes o ** Risumes F 'orm-S fl) Do NW '3 ID WCS Inc 2 I 4 373922 *yV.rg*Lasei Typeseri ng** 11 r ; repo'n .Is dse t 376 5165* 1500 W Un. Are A 'eru'a War Process'9 4 76 '2 Word Pr'oF ri I 'W, p Q ~ I Fm as on .I fl Cpe 'C C I 0 'erec 'oros l ase PrDo 0'' I' Ca' 3/8 8127 9 1Ss 13 HELP WANTED CIRCULATION ROUTE ORIVEP dor The rdepenoent orida Alligator Mu l own reliable VaCl 0r P Car u truck an~d be Waall able ron 5 a r nit'1 9 anh Monday lhrojgh Friday Mini have excellent dr v ing record and val'd Florida driver 11 Cese Pay per tole plus miiage Apply at re A'iiato, offices 1105 Wesr Unversity Avenue Ask for the route d' ver applica on No calls please Af firmative Actier Equal Opporturity em player AVON 375 a067 SeI Avon Fui or Par ie We Train Benefits Insurance 12 14 76 13 INTELLIGENCE JOBS FBI CIA US Customs DEA, etc Now Hirng Calf trats 587 6000 FI K 9486 9 21 19 t3 INTELLIGENCE JOBS CIA US Customs DEA etc Now Oiring Call (1)805 687 6000 @%1 K 9486 9 21 19 '3 psad books al horn.' $100/TtlCi Guaranteed' Free 24 hour recording i41S)289 9691. 9-18 15-13 $5$ 55$ 555$ 5$ $$$ $5$ $51$ $$55$ Noted HELP for Booming Business E xcellsoi Pay in 4 o hr sweek Call 375-4875 92521 13 Paying $75 to qalied volunt eers 0o par -peCa in noew drug study 0o treatment ot alihlele'S fool Call 331 5379 9 26 20 13 HOUSEKEEPERINANNY plirt malure own Iransportation fluent EngIsh some nights A weekends Top salary lerview & references 377-0556 14i 0 13 SOCCER COACHES and GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTOR Wanted or YMCA Cal he YMCA 0; MO,*infO 3707172 2.14-9I13 HELP WANTED Part lime devery person "eadud I0 wO MW F gam EIM SS5hou. Ca' Lee or lon 332 04 1 9 14 3 13 Jobs ,r1 USA a0 overseas A' 0CCpi Iors Don 'IlI YOLLrsei 10 'h05s 'ev rompar s inaI eCr, r r ca ps JCrrp Carl you' ,o hnI Contact Colleg rN Cruliers today Wri 0 C A S 652 W Pri Are Piacenp a Ca 926 2 so 13 Sd denT reden 1o assist r na nienance olIve hc'oirg ysrem Par lime leide hours Call Lee or Por 332 04 9 14 3 13 C hni Iea io clcen I or cIII lam 'V ale atlenoons Incl dPS me0p, i w SC'OlWork $4 Shr Need cil Ca 373 4484 9 13 2 '3 Paying 515 to qai fod volunteers 0 par ricipate in new drJO sludy 'or In 'rea n'enl oI jock j1cl liunls DI gra cal 331 53/Q 1 2 63 13 Sludon, m d $25 week aori A o'ganralon 3'S 3/05 as, 10 waled earrn err,l ujs 4 hrs ouekr'ng clean A Arlori Ory Lrin 914 A I Personal Fouls ina feCs reae TOCr a A t ix& & kB~--Lwa' --7 -iu I Fie' I Fanii. ia O t fi IW$4d __ oSebl. H"F.A,4 *6 Fileaf 7 Reo Eaton _* M"a"o -* AvM _1e w John Telford -C us Serf itt |CA( --fCe-pr kin T -. rF or A l Ior Fine Line WT Ty' VM rC 'ALIW W. f WA6YN 11T$ hm rose o a L* EARN EXTRA CASH WITH THE PUSH OF A PIN Pur up posters toi appiTca non Iorms for VISA KIaslelCard and O10 nat oriaJ credit cards on campus And earn uP o $2 far each response its that easy Cost 1800-950-1037 Ei 75 9 20 2 13 HOUSECLEANER Shrs per week Pius may wI, enrertanrrg Lovely old rouse lea, Camous Rete'olnCs so, red Ca 378 6504 q -4 313 373-FIND Buy IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. Alligator Classiliods allow products. &riCs. jobs, etc to be Isled in a directory" to make it easier for readers to find your ad A simple form explains me step-by step manner in which to place an ad and wll help you determine the cost Our Classified AdvortisIng stall will be happy to advise you Alligator Classifleds may be placed In a number of ways: 1 I you have a valid Masiercard or Visa. you can place your ad by telephoning 373-FIND between 8 00 and 4 N pm 2 You Aan mal your Alligator Classiied form (winh chc money order or MastercardNisa information -no Fash, please) to Alligator Clasillleda PG Box 14257 Gainesville, FL 32604 3 You can place your ad in person by coming to our office at 1105 W University Ave bween 8 am and 4 pm, weekdays Our trained, mnendly slaft will be glad to help you with your ad 4 You can place your ad in person at one of The Alligator's Convenient 'emote' ocf-ons ON CAWUS LOCATIONS: Location Main Bookstore.Hub M.dSc.i Bookstore. Shands Reltz Union. CashIers Office M-F Bam -4pm M-F Sam 4pm M -F 9 am -pm Sal & Sun Closed Plea, use thii sorm to places Alligator Clansified. PIeas. follow the insrucbor. .xacIy Becareful to include everything you wish 0 say R.qu t for changes aflt t ad hal been ordered Must be conId d a -adnert.n nt THERE CAN BE NO REFUND OR CREDITS AFTER PLACING THE AD. In the event of an n., The AMlerfr is responsibleONL Vfor t FIRST Insert Do not usforeign language, doubls-.nteo es. or mnmnr of ad&s whucit idenda tho addssn to a Bhird party The acceptance of payment a advelisrig cop doe, Not cociSt. a bindIng agreement on dhe past ci The Indopenant RonAd A gstor to publish said Oy The Mdpa* and Fo#4 Aialo, r.srvs#Ihrighttoactasa sowjudgeof m subhltyofmnyade Ising copy submittdfor publcahon andreservesa rig&ttoest. rev delay. or reject any .dvsling coy sube"Wd Ray Boehmer -I S TV mMe mre I. 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lHURSDAY, 4 TMB*RE If I9.AllGATOR 15 HELP WANTED avebn 'in rpool MoM Says I r-sl ielir SAIm A you must be espos bli (She ll grill you believe me' PleIse OeOse Call me it you can spare 1 hou per week 332 8070 Don I let me s nel 9 1 MAKE UP ARTISTS WANTED for 101h Annual Ga'Iary of Horror Oct 31 Oaks Mall Call 378 0041 or 371 4114 or application 'T3 5 13 The MEKONG ard wairesses NW 25m4 Place restaurant needs wa 'e's Apply in person a PdT, (behind Hardeest 4 '3 EARN $35 Ins week Tor you, blood plasma donal Do vuiqh this ad Our NEW COMPU IF RI/ D sysweem allows you to donate Am1 2 he ril Study While you Console or walch videos Free Parki no Gami Dao13 to, Center Est 1969 238 SW 4th Ave 378 9431 MTh8 7FiSSal-2 12 14 67 PEACE CORPS THURSDAY. SEPT 13 12 noon 1 pm Rodz Union 15F G Browrnag Lunch A Discussinro w rpcCil ers & returned volunteers ForOr 0 to 392-14s 0133 1.1 Eecuive ntsuranco clerk Part rie afternoons Senr Call tor apponrenl 373 3636 919513 RaI IANffuU.S 5 30 7 30 9 30 PRDEaMl c. (P) 5 45 7 4545 HELP WANTED Phone survey work part rime lolxil.eve & Wkd ors howly wage bonuses Ce or stop by Cherry Comm 309 NF 1 Avy 372 4026 9 14 7 13 Part Time Delivery and s.S I -I wanted Must be sirong heditnr ID sel starting Frendly atmosprmte $4 so I 1o start the Wood Stove Ic 2(3 CUW bTh Si No phone cal's 9r3 S 3 S te needed for 10 1 y' a I Wednesday & [hursday amitnoors soe evenings 3 weekends Ca'1 33' ',0 cave message 9 14 6 13 Social Chairmianwoman to book organ ed Parties $100 $150 Por pary Pius benefits Unlimiled opporour'teas Ca' now 374 1700 9 24 10 1' DRIVERS NEEDED Days and Nights Flexible schedt e a today lor inrorview Gotor PzZa 3'? 8202 9-1 7513 BUSINESS 14 PERSONALS COMPU [ECRS teim'nais & PC S buy sel' trade rent eaa Great oc es QUAL ITY CDCS O1 W Un 338 0378 12 14 76 14 YESiTHEBES[ CARALARMSt+. -THE DRIVER S SulE-607 NW13 ST -371 8190 925 1014 15 PERSONALS Vuarnoc/CarreraeRay-Ban/Gaor Great prrcdseeg or v sunglasses The CpurCa' Laboratory 376 5563 618 SW 4 Ave I block from Alt Gen 12 14 76 15 Natural Foods and Vrismans Birkenstock Sandals Sunflower Health Foods 87 SW g4ts S 372-7482 12 14 76-15 PREGNANTI Don't guess Get Immediate lost reuIt. bom a reliable source PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377 0801 12 14-70-15 NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL' Get special student discounts on exams and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT HOOD 377 0801 12 14 76-15 $ 3.0M0 Christian Slater In PUMP UP THE FL4[IN sni SSMbO1t Justice has a new face. a TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS JAMES BELUSHI CHARLES GRODIN 1 GHOST PAlUO SWAYZE PAmmm WiG MOCKE WHO1PM GoLomEm mcA as m D WAR E X. e comor I.-. .4 11 HEAVEN M~W RM v Held Overn PRESUMED INNOCENT HARRISON FORD IN BRUCE WILLIS I"" DIEHARD2 8'oxgt lack PERSONALS SAVE ON RAYBANS University Opt'clans 300 SW 4th Ave 3r 4400 12 14 15 *rFAMILY CHIROPRAC[IC* Se' n IF Since 1977 Mosi ,surarnce accepted I'ics Iro' UF O1;107 Sw ?As Dr Steven Schargl 373 C070 I *GE T A GRIPe Cal' ACTS 376 7105 I he Sp,r't tiled Campus Mit SKYDIVE Skydive with teWill on Skydivers 336 7970 12 14 73 1 Baseball cards buy seliirrade Ca' JEfi 378 156 Iter 5 914 I0 15 DEFEND YOURSELF Mace type POPPO' spray *i sy r rig to order Send $10 check to Surcoast Supply POO s0 1 150 12 St Eagle Lake FL 33839 **Seun Guns also available For lino call o3;299 8669 9 14 9 15 ATTENTION STUDENTS Protect yourself Peace of Mind ofers our 50 000 volt Guardian Stun Gun w be: clip at a special eim ergen cy retn n $44 95 $3 25 Bah we accept m/c .v sa Cail now 1 800 079 87 12noon 3 opy edt All orders Sh'oped US rail w In 48As 9 vot battery not nor DON I WAlI UNTIL 1 S TOOLATEi 9 14 9 I5 MACE -Project yourself' lmmobliz an allack.r Sand $15 cash. check, money order, credit card to Campus Safety 075 N McClean Blvd Elin, IL 60123 9-25 IS 15 Pyshic nationally kflown Medium 44 yrs Radio TV taped By App only Call 336 9154 TO 3 20 15 TEEN FASHION MAGIC Confidence, sell improvement fun' Girls 9 17 6 wks $85 Slais soon at Maas Bros Call 375 5904 9 14 6 15 Martene let's gel together Sunday I know I told you I had to do laundry, but I called The Gainesville Laundry at 3?2 4932 They picked iT up A brought ,r back the next day all fOr just Iskclb So if you a planning no do laundry Sunday DON'T' CALL THEM INSTEAD and let s me & you *o party 9 13 5 15 VAN DAME Teak's TOwn r w -.v FQATERNITT R US H.U ( -1 I k F' rN PERSONALS Ptrmaner. Ha, rReMova e'iKatlle l D'ega I 1 c %in i ro aoi Ihe P RMANFNT iemor LI .r~wanted 'aci l & Door e h r 1 1 1 J, rI I s $STUDENTS GET CASH$ I-or Oualily Used ClothIng Cal Is r1 Is 372 1226 211 W Univ Ave ,y1. ai>. n 'ra City I 14 76 15 P~I'. "ID I)s3I't', In~ K 5 I~o I 1 1 l, 1 3 '1a q It i r 1,s D or ri k $1 Is C 9 'c 1 0 ], rl n 'g Co ''SaI hvystono S"' otke VA I3 A') I I 's I3''r 369 9' '53 **STOP** Sersrnserh 's nl Al' I o III I h S P'rso"' o c' K, yI >, T PEACE OF MIND CO r A Is SAVE YOUR LIFE I's I'Y 54 ACY ei ''e ClI roiis ho In gurd Jet ITT5 Sir k is Reo' $398 31) P ess go. 1 95 Tm I hente? 'Ills q 18 5 5 St OIS wou d you 'k, yI) I' en ID tie personne, 0 ,edCis I' aye' I000 companies n Ie Stre 0I F or ca Soucan I JOBF SEE KE HS Jon Seekers isa newspaper tea'urOg resumes Fer, res are arranged .I par page To -,, yoir 'PsiI ared sIII I S n in L'l' y P0 I Ps 'Ca Of TO RD 'r T'imoa FT 336'1 or call Ba' 83' 3003 for fe, .t 5 1 more info 9's Sin gel guitar seeks 10 lor 'ts rep gas Ock .nd C riay drums trumolqui bassianylhing .nliresr call Chrisian 376 4804 9 s3 1 SoorHlswear 25% oiT tee So its 30UC oit aerobic wear ;v, oft soes 70 50% oil acquelbal' tames 30% oil F I tennis' 9 27 10 T5 F REE lanor wilt string purchase I I / Tennis syniheic guIt on sale for $9 09 F Z Penns imr ST .ar 172 1? Ior quiliry prod tis prces A Ser/ J in Cays a y i' y he tel't S a' no 'y G y Ile F Z Tenrs 3am Si1 P CD P?5? 9 I? 10 15 Ways to mar r'erds STudy hard darbs Well BMW might heip tioke I Sr Plaza 9 27 10 15 IF & A CI piay tenn's & a F I Tenn's 34'r -RF A OWLAYS HELDOVERI Sat ASun 230445 7 00 9 15 HELD 0./till Weekdays is 9 30 Sat A Son 2 45 5 00 LAST DAY TODAY, 7 30 9 45 STARTS FRIDAY Weekdays 730 945 So& A Sun 215 430 730 945 PERSONALS 0, Ciao., k, r | I I .e 1 r4us ROC K )IIT M's'I r M Jri'' Va, q 1 1 MIl 55 WyT''' I I I I 1 MWIVI POU5t IP 1T Ar I pf 1. l)ANCE CAHS t'l NI I ANI )' ACT h MUSIC SKINT, '; InisNA it1 [ I sen James heir Mi M 1 Crers IIAVF I hiMOlt OMfN, PHOTOGRAPH A' .AIDi I I I' 0 men SF PT Ser .i IF' I on MONDAY I 4 O tweil'' IT I' y' $5 AND So OCR Rf II/ '0 F HDAY hIe 'ns sale rislbred oy Hi III' INION PROGRAM COUNCIL 9 14 5'S Si C r 1l y In s KIni1 $50 wsl S'dD n>rl it '401 VA' ITI I s UMBRO SHORTS D e 1 ) I r' ',' 'S 1 I oyil 1 i' n, 1, '1't N I I JUST CCUj I AIDIN' SI'IRAI IDNAI MI S'A IT 159 1 1 I ci 3 )1 AN IN DIA1 I'8 BACKPACK SALE A'' J isp lr A I dsIts I irer I 0 .i r r ois i's y I ( "eDse ,oIm All AIt iQ' e WI in' ns t Py C aie s toa NW I q 1 5 i' g' no Ny o i $1 1r gu'$10 Pro riend $16. 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HURSDAySI~iEMBER13, 194. AUJGATOR, 17 HOLLINGSWORTH from page 20 Stallings said. "And he cme in and did just an outstanding job He has a knack for getting things done With Stacy gone and Alabama's ruling game uncertain at best, Stallings may look to Hollingsworth to do even more Saturday against the Gators than he did last week. Hollingsworth completed 36 passes for 265 yards in the Tides 27-24 tset loss to Southern Mississippi He tossed a 60-yard touchdown pass to Craig Sanderson that tied the game 24-24, but Southern Miss won with a long field goal late in the fourth quarter UF cornerback Richard Fain compares Hollingsworth to former Florida State quarterback Peter Tom Willis, who led FSU to a 24-17 victory over the Gators last season with 319 yards and three touchdowns (He's) kind of tall, lanky, not real big, but pretty accurate," Fain said "He gets the job done. He's not a real big scrambler, but just Sits mn the pocket and waits for things to happen Jim Bates, UF's defensive coordinator, thinks Holhrngswoith could be a major threat in this weekend's game "He came into a situation year) that nobody planned (last Bates said "He turned team that was good into a great team Bates said that was partly due to Hollingsworth's natural abilities at quarterback "He has a great feel for the no silion,'Batessaid "lehasaquilk release, and he find sthe secondary receiver ii Ihe primary ret -iver is covered ie's a talented quarter back But both tSalm Ii11z Nay that Hollingsworth and ii iiis tould Ibe 1iitaulr to di iically change plan k'tilo I' f4t "Gator Getaway" will feature articles pertaining to entertaining, places to visit within Florida. The advertisements relaxing or exci section will act guide to over 49,000 readers to plan their Don't be left behind -Advertise! -Cycle Shops Hair Salons Car Rentals a Pharmacies Car Repairs Grocery Stores Travel Agencies a Clothing Stores Deadline: Tuesday, October 2, Run Date: Tuesday, October 9, 1990 alm -teesis Fee "tOr and ting is a getaways. -Sporting Good Stores Photo Stores Specialty Baskets Music/Stereo Shops 199u ADVERTISING 376-4482 1 I' MYERS SERVICE CENTER Ol and Filter SIl I Minor Tune Ups 4-cylinder $24.16 I 6-cylinder $28.74 I (nomr-modelsa mowgt" Forelqn Car Tires Special Sale Price on Supra & Cressida Tires Call and ask about our low prices!' 3411 N Main Terr 376,52 1M 7-30.00 Show your Student ID and get I 5% off a complete set of "oes Foreign -NDomestic Alternators -NStarters Discount Prices As Low As $19.95 fU REELECTRICAL CHECK' Wili Purcase MAMAC 38-7676. 506 NW 8th~ Ave. U ~fl4*flPP4a%,,U-MAb, .441a,,wE %tI#WVW1RWMfl U

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M111iDAY .TITI' M[IN I 440 Al I Jl(ATOR I" Nesty finds spotlight nasty, but can't keep out of it By MATT FOGLESON Alligator Writer UF swimmer Anthony Nesty doesn't like the spotlight In fact, Nesty would rather go n1tnoticed than be the center at attention But, after beating Mat Blondi at two of the world's biggest swir uning spectacles, Nesty Is having a hard time hiding "I don't like being i the news IIers and everything. butI gueIt i' something I have to do," said Nesty, who was born Im Surinamn and swims for the south Aidera ini country's national III Nesty's firsi ber Biondi ii lie 1988 Olympic In stNoll wheit hEr mupled h~nthe i lXINhwatlIby 1 01 SvTondhs IT he [it}cIeter LOi lerfly Huin e n R&Ihlu I s I o r e turmaretts qaplde t) IN I it, out T5ry Treaerd I vold Iillm and t p)'I Line 'tamn: U \'.'I hollo will Gam s III s a I .It (d'I i Niod t wV.IIld agmI Nisty A]d hI wAs nertiLus bloi t [ll rat e, wNtir Ing it he was beier than lon di or I 1 he seoul ,ti irv wiv a liuke II, it iti I iiiin it ,Lixiuid No N sad lut Ue 11 oodwil ("ims I la 4 lad onne fLosxmg oI i IO ai (i 'ILL Xidi had I I N i stLu 1, 1 Niittl \i holm sajlulo TANurel aus" RENdT ,ta 'He I THMuIdTI tir Noul 111ne hall ,nevel beo n ] there before Ameit i : bave Nwuiilnmg heroes [ith ,iaL bul mh uri un hil t t i On t) (1 ITT public IN \I 'I alo shouldei t he INm It' !tW I I1 team Oara r 'lT sp I It Ii 'NwA 5 1k Te grodgIgx I( I I 11 p le mt r(t a i ltalh r I gilt' 1IdTi riov' t I sil dN, N whii .nguh 'ni ame n swAuNI ,i bt Ii1J(.1 IL tal jearl I T",uld ll 'h I .i .t Ihic gr "uld hai "p ",ii Nt~ (I1(] d i oiinlog I i t i a i TOO addl Jo seasn nIl. 1 h ntOGiuj L i I ll !: skip I tutu 0i Nl tii Ifin li I hals dwiei T (j l Hoe lil 1 11I l 1N UU>t 11 1( I N t I I mi lhe wmu'ld 2nd Annual BIG CP Benefiting Cystic firosis LX I KA SAT SEPT 15 9:00 am 3 00 pm ANASTASIA STATE PARK IS Ajfl I ti Sx 79 Over la'p, 7 Gator Bur L. RTr.,, 1> 'ILile OiPP Rolln RA< U V1 The Gentlemen of PHI KAPPA TAU Fraterunuty cordially Invite the ladies of the Uiversity Tf Florida to take part in our Sueethiart Program. Wednesday, September 12th After Dinner Happy Hour -8 PM -Thursday, September 13th Semi-Formal Dinner -5 30 PM (DKT PHI KA 1237 SW 376-7018 PPA TAU 2ND AVE / 376-6141 The Hoigo Hotir Sure, Anthropology has its good points But sometimes you gel a little Mesozoic Burnout. and you need a breal from i all Therefore Cures offers you a fresh idea in fun Amnigo Hour Every night at Cucos in Th Cania You 9I find 2 for I dnts and mountains of freshly prepared specialties from our Cantna Menu Its a chance for you and the gang to blow off a little steam. relieve a little tension or flat out party MonlduyThursday 3p m -Close Friday 3pm -7pm & 10pm -Close Saturday 10pm Close e It's Real. It's Prh. It's. P* Wi '-'I I hun 1 oleon

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V .20 A1J1GATOR, tHURSDAY, SEF'HMBIR 1 W99 SPORTS -read Shakespeare Somebody needs to sit this entire uiver sity down with a good Shakespearian tragedy For those who consider 'good Shakespeare" an oxymoron, you may leave le waters about to be sailed here are too .deep for you (you dummies) B Greold Doyel BLEACHER BUM But Irst, a quick, modernized review of Shakespearian tragedy is in order Act I Hero lives high off the hog Acts H and III Hero has tragic flaw, but is too vain on see it Act IV Tragic flaw bites hero in the butt Act V Hero suffers (is killed. blinded, or forced to sit through Atlanta Braves doubleheader) What does his literary gibberish have to do with UF, you may ask What in the world makes someone write what has the makingsof one boring column, you may wonder After all, Steve Spurner has the Gators 4vell on their way to their first Sugar Bowl appearance since 1974 As for Oklahoma State, those Cowboyswon't be showing their faces around here any time soon See va' in the Dust Bowl, fellas And as for those Crimson Tides -what is a Crimson Tide, anyway? -wait 'till they get a load of Shane Matthews this Saturday. But hark' What blight through yonder window breaks (or is that through Yon Hall breaks)? It's called the NCAA, and it's sharpening its teeth at the moment for the inevitable bite on UF's athletic program. Haven't forgotten, have you? Nahhh Sobering topics like probation aren't just erased from memory like yesterdays test. Former UF coach Galen Hall did, after all, supplement the salaries of two assistants with cash from his own pocket. UF also admits Hall made sure Jarvis Williams had a ride to Palatka to pay child support. Whether or not Hall gave Williams %noney has been unproved. Leave it to UF Just when it looks like they're on to something good -and this year's football team could be darn good the ax waits just around the corner Meanwhile, the NCAA must be loving it Here's its chance to put a hurting on the Up athletic program, to be as big a pain in the Gators' fannies as the Gators have been in the NCAA's over the last decade .Picture NCAA director of enforcement David Beret nabbing his hands together, grinning devilishly like Jack Nicholson in The Shining. Heesetere's Davey, "Soyou wannagiveyourcoaches bonuses, ch, Galen' So they weren't earning enough 4o make ends meet? What the heck is welfare for? "And Janis Williams needs to pay child support, huh? Support yourself, kid Get a job. "And as for you, Spurrier, cut the clean act. Your team wont see the light of televi* sion for years! Ha ha ha haaa!" Some day a play should be written about this entire ordeal. Call it MacBerst. Hollingsworth Tide's last weapon By SHARON 1, Alligator Staff writer Take a look at Alabama's depth chart for this week's game against UF The Crimson [ide ( would be ii trouble Earlier this week, top running back Siran Stacy, whom the Fide depended on for much of their yardage las year, was lost for the season (jut' to Injury His backup, Derrick lAssic also S Imjured and is expected to miss Saturdays game in lusca loosa I'hat leaves True freshman Chris Anderson as the Crimson Tide's No I tailback Alabama coach Gene Staings isn't happy with the situation, but he's not despondent He knows he's got another weapon in his back pocket T hat weapon is quarterback Gary flolhngsworth Hollingsworth, a senior who has played just one season of collegiate football, established himselflast yearasatopquarterback Heearned All-Southeastern Conference honors in 1989 when he threw for a school record 2,379 yards Hollingsworth also set Alabama records for most attempts (339) and completions (205) in a season and most completions (32) in a game He had five touchdown passes against Ole Miss in 1989 to tie the SEC record Surprising statistics froma player who started the season as a backup quarterback who had never played a game for Alabama Hollingsworth came from the sidelines in the second game of the year last season when quarterback Jeff Dunn injured his knee He led the Tide to a 15-3 victory over Kentucky and was the starting quarterback for the next 10 games "Gary came off the bench last year and was not expected to play until Dunn was injured," see Hollingsworth, page 17 UF SRTS IFORATiON Jimmy Spencer, a 5-foot-10, 17-pound comeback, Is getting his chance as a starter after three years. Spencer blocked a punt Saturday agaInst Oklahoma State, Two walk-on By MAlT FOGLESON Alligator Writer When the UF basketball team begins practice next month, it may be with two more unfamiliar faces. Darryl Findley and Gary Willoughby, both non-scholarship athletes, are working out with the team. UF head coach lon Kruger already has signed five recruits, SEC sPORTS INFORMATION Hollingsworth Shaky start for Gators'Spencer By SHARON GINN Alligator Staff Writer Cornerback Jimmy Spencer has started only one game for the Gators, but already he has made a name for himself Spencer, a senior, stood out in Saturday's game against Oklahoma State by making both a good play and a bad play He opened his first game as the starting right cornerback by allowing OSU's only touchdown in the second quarter of JF's 50-7 romp But a disappointed Spencer came back in the third quarter to block an OSU punt by Cary Blanchard "It was a good learning experience for Jimmy, that first game." tIF coach Steve Spurner said, Both Spurnerand defensivecoordinatorJim Bates insist that Spencer who made only 11 tackles over the last two seasons, has earned the right to start for the Gators this year "Jimmy had a good game," Bates said. "He was beaten by a quality receiver in (OSUs Curtis) Mayfield. But he also had a big play for us He's definitely going to be our starter "He was a little upset with that play like anytime you get beat for a touchdown. But he bounced back. Anybody who's ever played the position gets beat It doesn't matter at what level you play cornerback" mo. Spurrier said junior defensive end Harvey Thomas is listed as doubtful for Saturday's game against Alabama in Tuscaloosa Thomas suffered a strained hamstring in the 05(1 game Offensive tackle Glenn Neely and defensive end Mark Murray both have strained lower backs, The seniors are listed as questionable for Saturday "Usually those things happen to most players during the week and on game day you sort of get the adrenaline flowing and you're able to go play," Spurner said. s giving UF three in the spring and two more last month Findley, a 6-foot-5 freshman from Gainesville, averaged 12 points and six rebounds per game his senior year at Buchholz High, He also shot 84 percent from the free throw line, a sore spot on the UP squad in recent years,. Findley's name may sound familiar to longtime Gators fans. His father, Earl, was the UF basketball team's captain for the moops a shot 1970-71 season. Willoughby, a 6-foot-7 junior, averaged nine points and six blocked shots per game last year for Edison Community College. coinotlan Kyle Lingerfelt, UF assistant football coach, was misidentified on this page Wednesday. Follow UF sports