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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 14 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 1990 .




University leaders discuss budget cut options I

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By MIKE BRUSCELL on Thursday said they also may recommend faced with erasing $2.7 million from his half of the Board of Regents meeting in

Alligator Staff Writer canceling summer classes. budget by next week. Jacksonville.The .
Leaders of five of the nine schools said Gov. Bob Martinez told all state agenciesto board is the 13-member panel that
JACKSONVILLE Statewide,public uni- the losses could also wipe out some admin trim 5 percent of their planned budgets governs the nine state universities.

versity leaders are circling their financial istrative positions, graduate student slots earlier this week, blaming a sluggish econ- Catanese said similar cancellations, elim-
wagons and searching for the least painful and capital improvements."We've omy and overestimated state revenues for inating some administrative posts and re-
way to trim programs in the face of budget the shortage of
got to eliminate the costs, but I money. leasing adjunct professors are all possiblitiesfor
cuts. don't want to eat away the heart of the UF leaders decided Wednesday that the the Boca Raton-based FAU.

Following the lead of UF President John university," said Florida Atlantic University best way to meet those cuts was to eliminatethis Leaders at Tallahassee's Florida Agricul-
Lombardi!, university presidents who met President Anthony Catanese, a former deanof year's Summer A and C terms. Officials
with state education officials in Jacksonville UF's College of Architecture. Catanese is will discuss that proposal today at the second see Budget, page 8


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for cluesBy ; .. ..* Thursday.show's Foxworthy Growl producer Producer Oct. 19 in Brian said this year's Gator Growl, the



,,' Guenther said he didn't
Alligator Staff Writer .
sign Provenza earlier be-
They gathered before most studentswere '.. ,; :* cause the comedian was
even thinking about getting up'for !' .,', already booked to per-
class, milling around a small campus 1'1 .f .... form at the University of
field, munching doughnuts and drinking .
,, -:- M North Carolina at ChapelHill
juice at sunrise. j
orange '" ;" on the same night as
After listening to directions and ('1'" :,II
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spray- 'r"' : Growl.
ing themselves with bug repellent, about ';! <' .. .. r.. I "; JI;, Provenza, who has
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150 military personnel, state officials and Ii' I ," "' .... .. :...;"O acted and done stand-up
local law enforcement officers began \ ; .. '1"". "." !;'., "Ii comedy for the past 15 years,Provenza
searching for evidence Thursday morn- .: .... '" '; :. ,, canceled the UNC show when he was invited to
ing. They wouldn't say what they were ", 7... ; ... : : .f Growl, the nation's largest student-run pep rally.
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looking for. :...; '
... .. ., ; ; He is high-energy, off-beat, very expressive and
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The only thing police will about the "' !
say ';.;.. talks a lot about girlfriends,yuppie anxiety,growingsee
search is that they may find clues in the .. '
murder of five students clues that : Comedian, page 7
could convict the killer "

"I can tell you right now they'll find lots 1:1
of stuff in these woods today," said Lt WSU leadersto

Spencer Mann,Alachua County Sheriffs
spokesman. "Whether any of it has evi-
dentiary value remains to be seen." ,
,c :
While the stars were still out Thursday I run for top
morning, Florida National Guard jeeps
began pulling into the field on the cornerof
North-South Drive and Mowry Road.
About 40 camouflage-clad soldiers hud- SG positionsBy
dled around Lt Mark Hunter while he
unloaded 20 metal detectors,handed out
pink fluorescent tape and orange flags CARRIE SEGAL
and gave instructions for the day ahead. Alligator Writer

The murder task force organized the The White Student Union wants to take its cause '
search of woods in southwest Gainesvillenear to a higher plane.

the three murder sites and possible Saying they want to stop Affirmative Action at UF,
suspect Edward Lewis Humphrey's Ha- the group's president, Mark Wright, and vice pres-
Ji
waiian Village apartment.Mann said FlorIda ident,Steven McCormick,want to take over Student
National Guard soldiers and 85 Naval Government as vice president and president of the
recruits will add knowledge to the search.There's student
body, respectively.
an expertise in searching very McCormick said some students have asked himto
rough terrain area," Mann said. "We feltit run for the top job and he's been working on his
would help our search to have the
ideas for
presidential campaign several weeks.
military personnel here "It'll be sort of like a mainstream extension of the ,
The naval recruits,85 newly graduated
White Student Union McCormick said.
cadets from boot at the U.S. Naval
camp lined POOL HMOIU MY GARY I. CLARK "I'm tired of the way this university is biased
Training Center,in Orlando, at
up Cadets from the Orlando Naval Training Center probe reeds along the bank against non-Hispanics and non-black students," he
I I of Hogtown Creek Thursday across from the residence apartments of one said. McCormick pointed out that he is a minority ,
see Search, page 5 I IU3 of the possible murder suspects Edward Humphrey. himself because his mother is Colombian.see r

WSU, page 4 ,


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2, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY:; SEPTEMBER 14,1990WHAT'S :

HAPPENING I THE DUG-OUT


Have a Mat: Thirty-one seats for today at 4 in 215 Little Hall. Call 392- and more.A shuttle from the Florida Gainesville's Newest & Finest Billiards & Sports Club
City Commission Advisory Boardare 1521. Gym provided. Call 3920581. 10 Pool Tables Darts & GameroomBuy
available to students. Applications Gatoroblcs: Today's Gatorobics Let's go tubing:The Gay and les-
available in Student Govern session will be in the Florida Gym at bian Student Union will be going 2 Pitchers Get 1 Free ($4.40 each)

ment office. Call 392-1665. 5. Bring picture ID and fee card. Call tubing Saturday at 11 a.m. Meet be- Tuesday & Thursday Bud Longnecks $1.00
Social: The Pre-Legal Honorary 3920581. hind the Institute for Black Cultureat Miller Genuine Draft 75C
Society meets tonight at 10 for a so CARIBSA: CARIBSA meets the corner of 15th Street and
cial. Call Lindsay at 3349453.Get tonight at 9 for a social at Regency University Avenue. Call 332-0700. Watch your favorite sports programs on

happy: The Psi Chi Psychology Oaks. Call Megan at 378-8783. Judaism: The Women's Judaism Giant Screen TV with Satellite Dish
Club meets tonight at 5 at UF Rugby.The Men's Rugby Club Discussion Group is having a bagel

Farah's for a happy hour. Everyone opens their 1990-91 season tomorrow brunch Sunday Hillel, 16 NW 18th Lunch Special from 11-4 pm Buy foot long. sub get 1
welcome. Call Lisa at 336-0271. at 2 p.m. against Palm Beach at St. Cost is $2. Call 3722900. hour free pool

Minority: The Minority Lake Wauburg South. The Blue Grotto Deep Sea Fish- Happy Hour 11-6 Monday-Thursday $2 pitchers
Preprofessional Association is Gary Gordon and friends: The Ing Adventure: The Gator Outdoor _ "
having a general meeting Sunday B'nal B'rith Hillel Foundation Recreation Program presents a full Bring this Coupon in and get1 Behind the Sun Bank &
night at 6 in Reitz Union Rooms B74- presents a comedy-song presentation day of fishing Sunday in St. Augus- hour Rrestation
75. Call 335-7247. about life in college tomorrow at tine. $37.50 students and $40 I 1/2 I on
Anthropology: The Florida 9 p.m. at 16 NW 18th St. Members general public. Sign up at the Reitz L free Pool J SW 2nd at SW 34th St
_
Anthropology Student Association free$2 students and $3 others. Call Union Program Office Room 330 _
meets today at 4:30: in Turlington 372-2900. before 3 p.m. today. Call Chris at
sale
Room LOll. Call Michael at 378- Party on: The Graduate Assistants 3921655.
5497. United meets Saturday for a Picnic and BBQ: The PreVeterinary -
Dinner and services: The B'nai fall party at 3 at Corry Village Club Club is holding its annual picnic 2nd Annual
B'rith Hillel Foundation is having House. Open to all graduate assis and barbecue Sunday at 11 a.m. SAT. SEPT. 15

services tonight at 7 and dinner at 8 tants. Call Gau at 3920274. at Lake Wauburg. Call 334-7205. 9:00: am 3:00: pm
at 16 NW 18th St. Cost is $4.75 for Dog wash: The guide dog puppy Head Up: The UF Women's Soccer ,1G, 'rap
members and $5.75 for students. raisers are having a dog wash and Club will be holding practices on ANASTASIA STATE ARKFRS"

Reservations due by noon today. dip day Saturday from 8:30: a.m.-3 Tuesdays Thursdays and Fridays -=w ST. AUGUSTINE
Call 3722900. p.m. at the Pooch Parlor on 5:15-7:15: : and Wednesdays 5:45-:
Fellowship: Intervarsity Christian Northwest 6th Street. Call 376-8583 7:45: at Maguire Field. Call Steve at
Fellowship meets tonight at 7 in for appointment. 335-2988 or Allison at 334-8540. Lj DIRECTIONS1. -
the Reitz Union Room 346. Everyone Gone fishing:: UFs Recreational Lacrosse: The Florida Lacrosse
welcome. Call 378-1784. Sports Department is having a fish Club will practice Mondays Wed Take E. University to
Jewish Gator: The Reform ing contest Saturday at Lake nesdays and Fridays at 4 p.m. at Benefiting Cystic Fibrosis Putnam Hall
Jewish Gators Shabbat Services are Wauburg. All students staff and Hume Field beginning Sept. 17. Call
tonight at 7 at the Hillel House in faculty invited. Call 3920581. 3360373. FOE OA9 IX XO OKA 2. Turn t right> ontoj OQ'
upstairs library. All are welcome. Fun and Sun: The UF Recreational Get Tough: The Isshinryu Karate go to Palatka
Call Larry at 3722900. Sports Department is hosting Club meets every Monday Wednes-
Pre-imd: There will be an orientation Lake Wauburg Day Saturday 10 a.m. day and Friday 4:30-6: p.m. in the SAT. 7-9 pm Open Happy Hour at 3. Turn left onto 202 to

for pre-medical students 5 p.m. Volleyball fishing'music Women's Gym. Call Jeff at 335-5917. Gator Bumpers beaches.
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I WSU may lose SG privileges if adviser not found {II I IBy

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CARRIE SEGAL WSU hasn't sent in its paperwork yet, she the American Civil Liberties Union. The WSU President Mark Wright said the
Alligator Writer said. WSU is claiming that requiring a faculty group will continue to look for an adviser.
Teaching assistant Russ Schneider adviser is unconstitutional and is asking the But if it doesn't find one, it will operate as
Time is running out on the White Student agreed to be WSU's adviser last spring, but ACLU to take its case, McCormick said. an unofficial group until it does, he said.

Union. quit in June because of media coverage and "We think we have a constitutional case "Well keep meeting as a group friends,"
The group has until Tuesday to find the rumors that tied the controversial group to in this,"he said.The faculty adviser doesn't he said.
faculty adviser it needs to continue function the Ku Klux Klan. have an important function in running a He also said the group,which McCormicksaid

ing as a registered,, student organization at WSU Vice President Steven McCormicksaid student group. It doesn't perform a invaluable has about 20 members,will keep grow
UF. If it doesn't, the WSU will lose its finding another adviser hasn't been function in the affairs of a student ing, with or without an adviser.

privilege of receiving Student Government easy. organization." McCormick said he isn't too upset about

money and using UF facilities,such as meet- 1 guess ifs not going so good," McC- WSU sent in the complaint about a week the whole ordeal, and he said the WSU has
ing in the Reitz Union or having an office on ormick said. "We haven't been pursuing it ago and expects to hear from the ACLU in won its fight even without an adviser.

campus.All too hard." about a month, McCormick said. "Our group was a victory no matter how

student organizations have to registeras He said the reason the group isn't con "Part of the reason to have a faculty adviser you look at it," he said."It proves the essentially
a student group each year, said Reitz cerned about an adviser is because it is is to have contact with the administration non-racist character of the white com-
Union Program Assistant Pam Lovely. The waiting to hear about a complaint it filed with ," Lovely said. munity."


Frothing fox worries UPD CRACKDOWN


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public health officials (

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woods taken to Alachua
By MATTHEW SAUER was County
Animal Control, where it
was given a t
Alligator WriterA u
lethal injection then decapitated, she M eyi
fox with rabies symptoms captured

in a northwest Gainesville neighbor- said.The animal's head will be sent to the
hood Thursday could be a sign of an- state health department in Jacksonville
other outbreak of the disease among for a rabies test on a sample of its brain
local animals, say public health offi- tissue, she said, with results available
cials. within two weeks.

Leonard Arcidicano, environmental Last year, Alachua County had 21
health director for the Alachua County cases of rabies, Arcidicano said.Seven
Public Health Unit, said an increased cases have been reported this year.
number of rabies cases within the city
Rabies cases among humans are
could warrant a quarantine. rare, but the disease is fatal if a seriesof
"Last year, we had a rabies quarantine
virus
shots is not given to prevent the I
for four months,"Arcidicano said.
from spreading. i ray
"Well declare one again if we have an
Smith said there are two forms of the
unusual amount of cases in one -
geographical
rabies virus in animals: dumb and ag-
area.
A quarantine would require animal gressive. i
control officials to increase patrols and Both viruses cause dehydration,eye
destroy animals picked up in the af- discharge and a frothing mouth, but
fected area, he said. animals infected with the dumb virus
seclude themselves while those infected
Susan Smith
a cruelty investigatorfor
the Alachua County Humane Society with the aggressive form are

,retrieved the fox from the 200 blockof violent, she said.
Northwest 19th Avenue after Gaines- Janine Tash, a veterinarian with
ville police were unable to locate county Aalatash Animal Hospital in Gaines-
animal control officers. ville, said any animal suspected of having a

"When I arrived, the animal was lay rabies is usually quarantined for 10
ing on its side, frothing at the mouth," days for observation. ADRIAN DENNIS
Smith said."It was hardly able to move. "If the animal shows no sign of rabiesin University Police Department officer D.W. Andrews writes a $15 ticket to a student .
for illegally driving through campus. More than 50 tickets were issued to students '
The animal was showing symptoms of that time, then they're probably not
what could be rabies or possibly dis- infected she said. and university employees Thursday at the intersection between the Plaza of the I

temper." Alachua County requires a ra- Americas and Turlington Hall. '

The fox, which Smith said probably bies/distemper vaccination for pets i I

wandered into the city from nearby every two years.Colorcoordinated.


balloons I Only labs need new IDBy ::1


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Bennett,who is in charge of circulation.

help students at Career ExpoBy JENNIFER Alligator C.Writer MITCHELL Bennett said students can check out
library books using the new IDs, and
Although the Center for Instructional the library will switch old records for

ALLYSON GARDNER This is the third Career Expo to be held at Research Computing Activities jumpedthe students who have library cards and "
Alligator Writer the O'Connell Center. In the past, the expo was gun by requiring students to havean now have the new ID. \
held for, three-day periods at the Reitz Union all-in-one ID card, other UF depart Gator Dining also doesn't intend to !
More than 600 recruiters representing 210 Ballroom,but that caused problems for students ments say they'll still wait until next require students to have the card until i
employers are expected to show up at today'sCareer and recruiters, Carnes said. year before requiring the new IDs. next summer or fall,ID coordinator Lyn i
Expo, billed as the largest career fair in
Since Monday, CIRCA has required White said. 1
the South.
"We couldn't get enough people (On the Ballroom students who want to use its computerlabs But since CIRCA began requiring it
Sponsored by Student Government and the )," he said. "We could only set up 108 to have the$5 card,which doublesas for use of its computers,many studentsare
Career Resource Center, the expo runs from tables. It wasn't safe, and it got hot It got a library card and student ID. opting to buy the card now, she
9:30: am to 4:30: today at the O'Connell
p.m. expensive for companies to stay in town. However, Gator Dining Service, library said. About 11,500 cards have been
Center and is intended to "put students face to'
and officials said but sales have doubledto
already,
Infirmary they bought
face with Assistant Director of .
I
employers, "This we cad get students In who can
way don't plan to follow CIRCA's lead.It almost 500 a day since Monday.
Placement Vince Carnes said. talk to more companies and employers.It makes
'I"Students should focus on the employers that for a nicer fair." will take "at least until this time "We're trying to make it easy on
will hire for their intended major," Carnes said. next year" to link all medical recordsto students this semester to get the card,"
the new ID card system, Infirmary White said. "It's designed to help both ;
"Be serious., Contact as many employers as Carnes said UF seniors should dress profes-
said. the student and department"The I
spokeswoman Maggie Tucker
possible. sionally and can bring a resume if they want to.
,To help students find employers hiring in Those seeking interviews or a personal contact Although UF's libraries now acceptID new ID card is available for $5 \
their major, a color-coordinated system of bal within a particular company should be dressed cards,they also don't have any plansto outside the Hub and on the Reitz \
loons will be used at the expo,'he said. professionally, he said( require the cards early, said Rich Union's second floor, she said. ,
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. Youths kill 20 on South African train

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JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (UPI) Youths summoned from across the city to ferry the injured Ht
armed with guns and knives rampaged through a from staging points near the train to nearby hospitalsin
train near Johannesburg, killing at least 20 com- and around Johannesburg.In DISPOSABLE CONTACTSS3.25Lens
muters and wounding dozens more in a bloody surgeof eastern townships, women, children and infant
black-faction violence Thursday, witnesses said. refugees from violent clashes crowded into the halls,
The attack came Thursday evening after thousandsof passages and stairwells of clinics and a major hospital,
refugees poured out of black townships east of collapsing with exhaustion. ,
Johannesburg seeking safety from renewed strife They refused to return to areas of the stricken
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Wsufrom Browne said. "Maybe David Dukea school to economic aid, it touches PIUS I 'rs:
page 1 ( former Ku Klux Klan leader) can everybody," Wright said.
give them some campaign help." McCormick said one of his ideasis
He said the Dignity Party is decrease class
He said his Dignity Party will guaranteed to sizes by limit-
stand for equal opportunity for all at least nine votes from the ing the number of students enter-
students.The party has yet to namea nine WSU members he believesthe ing UF. He also said he wants Fri. & Sat. 9/14-9/15 Pretty Woman
but group has. admission standards to be a matterof (Midnight Movie
treasurer candidate, McC- : Desperate Living)
ormick said he is considering a few Wright said the new party will public record,so alumni can see
students. give students a chance to vote fora that people are being let in below
different kind of candidate. the required standards. Sun. 9/16 ElAmorBrufoMon.
Student President Michael
Body "Well give people an opportu-
said the welcometo Wright said he wants dormitoryrooms
Browne two
are nity to vote who are against this 9/17 Train
in the elections but to be assigned on a first- Strangers on a
run spring ,
he had some harsh words for the type of discrimination (race-based come, first-serve basis and all fi-
SG candidates. scholarships and race-based job nancial aid to be based on students' Tues. 9/19 Alien
new "
qualifications), he said. "We are needs, not on their races.
"It's their right to run, ifs their against these things and Michael
right to run around campus like Browne is for them, and we wantto "People are fed up with seeing
Showthnes
idiots and it's their right to, as give:the student body a choice." people with lower qualifications : 7:00: pm&9:30: pm
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always, talk about things without Wright said the main point of his )
learning the whole story," Browne and McCormick's candidacy is But Browne said McCormickand
said. "But the students here'are anti-Affirmative Action, but he Wright won't get a chance to Admission: Mon.,Wed. .$1.00 Student
sick of hearing their names and does have other ideas. carry out their plans, because their $1.50 General Public'Fri. .
their pathetic whimpers.. "Because Affirmative Action ticket is going to be easy to beat. .,Sat. $150 Students

"Their ticket could be called Ignorance reaches all corners of this university "That would be a dream ticketto $2.00 General Public
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By DONYA CURRIE The money comes from the Emergency man Lt Spencer Mann. That does not in- shifts to keep up high patrols.
Alligator Staff Writer Federal Law Enforcement Assistance Program clude the cost of bringing in about 120 "We should be OK by the end of the year,"
a $1.2-million fund set up six years military personnel to search for clues in the Gainesville Budget Director Rick Mills said.
The federal government is giving investi- ago to help police in emergencies.This woods of southwest Gainesville. "We're not going to go insolvent or any-
gators about $942,000 more than twice aid is necessary to provide an ade- To say this is going to put a financial thing."
what Gov.Bob Martinez asked for-to help quate response to a law enforcement emer- strain on us,there's no question it is,"Mann UF police,the FDLE,the FBI and the FHP
fund the $50,000-a-day Gainesville murder gency,"Thornburgh said in a press release. said. Gainesville are spending about have not added up their costs yet, officials
investigation. "Indeed, the entire nation is appalled by $20,000 a day or$6,000 above normal costs said,but they said the long hours are taking
Tracking the killer of five students put these slayings. budget director Pat Callahan said. their toll."We're.

such a strain on local and state agencies that Florida Department of Law Enforcement "We're going to approach six figures here still on no days off," UF police
Martinez wrote to U.S. Attorney General officials will distribute the money to every pretty soon," Callahan said citing a $90,000 spokeswoman Angie Tipton said. "It's get-
Richard Thornburgh Aug. 31 asking for one involved in the investigation Peck said. total cost as of Wednesday morning that ting tough.We're hoping to work somethingout
$400,000, said John Peck, Martinez's press The murder task force is made up of inves- includes payment for 3,230 overtime hours. soon to get some time off for our officers
secretary. Thornburgh sent the check tigators from Gainesville police the Alachua City and county officials said enough without lessening campus security.

Wednesday night. County Sheriffs Office,the Florida Highway money is set aside each year to cover emer- Thirty state troopers are helping the eight
"We certainly were pleased," Peck said. Patrol, the FDLE and the FBI. gencies such as this investigation, which is FHP officers responsible for patrolling
"When you put in a request like that you The investigation has cost about$750,000 in its third week.Local and state law enforce- Gainesville and Alachua County, Maj. Ernie
hope for anything you can get" so far said Alachua County Sheriffs spokessay ment agencies have been working double Leggett said.

SEARCHfrom every inch of that property has I
page 1 been gone over." I Week set to remember victims

In addition to metal detectors,
trackers 10 Powell, Paules and Manuel the white ribbons to let
Hawaiian Village around 9:30: this brought police dogs, By ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI Tracy wearing
morning armed with five-foot four squared-off canoes for search Alligator Writer Taboada. each other know that they are not
poles. They were to spend the day ing swampy areas and crime-lab UF and SFCC students were alone,"Adler said.
poking around in search of loose equipment for testing clues. The Students and residents are able to grieve at a memorial ser- The ribbons will be available at
dirt, an exercise one recruit said group will search a total of about asked to wear white ribbons,plant vice last week, said Cory Adler, UF next week, said Jaquelyn
was "better than KP. 1,500 wooded acres, Mann said. trees and sign cards next week in director of community affairs for Resnick, a psychologist at UFs
Task force members have been remembrance of the five college the Gainesville Area Chamber of Counseling Center.
Unlike a wooded search one anda students found murdered last Commerce. Gainesville citizens
searching the creek next to HawaiIan Other activities planned for the
half years ago for missing UF month. didn't have that chance.
Village since last week and week include the"AdoptATree"program
student Sessions the
Tiffany two-
they entered Humphrey's apartment The Community Crisis Coordination "The regular person on the ,in which individuals and
be detait-or1-
day project will more Sept. 6. Mann called that Team composed of UF street feels helpless, (and) this businesses can buy trees to plantas
ented Mann said. About 700
300 UF search and one of Humphrey's car and Santa Fe Community College will give them a chance to do a living memorial to the five
volunteers including students and family home in Indialantic administrators, residents, clergymen something," said Adler, who is students Adler said. A treeplanting
Feb. 19,1989,lookingfor
Sessions'spent body and asking "successful." businessmen and law en- also a member of the crisis team. ceremony has been sched-
Area residents have been uled for Sept. 21, but a time and
neighbors for possible l leads. Humphrey is one of four top forcement officials has
possible suspects in the stabbing designated September 16-23 as a asked to display white ribbons on place have not been decided.
This is more targeted" Mann deaths of Sonja Larson, ChristinaP. week to remember SFCC student trees, car antennas, mailboxesand Poster-size cards will be at area
said. "If going to be very meticu. Powell Tracy Paules Manuel Christa Leigh Hoyt and UF stu- businesses, she said. shopping malls for people to sign
lous. When they're done, you can Taboada and Christa Leigh Hoyt dents Sonja Larson'Christina P. "Students can really help by and thank investigators, she said.SOUND .





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cert-producing arm, for signing the Smithereens to playa

free concert in the UF bandshell. N41,

Concerts are something very visible that SG can give to

students in return for the $70 they pay in Activity and Ser-

vice fees each semester.It's .

also good to see SGP looking for bands that are tar-

geted toward a college-age audience, unlike the Fleet-
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Granted, the band's popular, but it's also old. And its -

music really isn't the sound most college students prefer.

On that note, we're also giving a DART to SGP for sign- I What happened to the Plastic cups? I

ing a band that costs so much the group has to play in
the O'Connell Center and students have to fork out $10 The times they are a changin' at Ben Hill Griffin
for tickets. Stadium. Steve Spurrier. Real grass. New uniforms. A -> Dave Haqjrave
passing attack. Paper cups. JUST
Last year's B-52's concert in the Bandshell was free Paper cups? What's going on here? Is nothing FOR LAUGHSsoul

the way Homecoming activities should be. We believe students sacred?
into submission if he she didn't
would much rather see a free concert by a group The University Athletic Association said it would them or immediately
save between $25,000 and $35,000 a by using cough up.
that isn't as well known as Fleetwood Mac. year
paper cups. That makes sense. Money is always the Last year, one fan had a great stack of cups going.As .
DART to Student Body President Michael Browne for bottom line.They others cheered him on,this guy darted to any cup

agreeing to let SG campaigns last 2 1/2 weeks, a week forgot about the mystique of plastic cups. he saw and his stack was almost 20 cups high. It
longer than past campaigns. We've said before we think Few stadium vendors sell drinks in plastic cups. extended well over his head. What he didn't know
UF was a cut above the rest. was that when he squatted to get two or three cups,
this will have adverse affect students themto
an on causing
Think of the high school recruit who spots a vendor two girls were taking four or five off of his stack. He
become rather than well-informed.
apathetic and buys a coke in a lousy paper cup. never did figure it out.

Senators approved the extended campaign period Tues- "Just another school,"he'll say to his football bud- After the Oklahoma State game, fans just stood up
day for the second time. The first bill was stopped when dies back home. "Don't bother going there. I thought and walked out. Some looked under the seats in their

Browne vetoed it, saying he thought campaign time they had class. Maybe FSU has plastic cups." row, but saw nothing but paper.
Most of all, think of the UF student.
should be limited. Something must be done. Students should bring
Can any upperclassmen say they don't have at least
all of their from
We thought so too. But it looks like students will haveto one plastic football cup in the kitchen cabinet? Next and cups past seasons to the next game
strategically place them throughout the stadium.
suffer another week each fall and spring under a few party, see how long it takes until the host breaks out Throw them into the garbage cans and watch how

more pounds of colored paper. the UF football cups. many people jump in after them
College students don't have extra cash. Those that
LAUREL to SG and Florida Blue Key for sponsoringthis do aren't going to spend it on cups. That's where the But don't give them away because then freshmenwill

week's voter registration drive on campus. post-game cup wars come in. never know the thrill of a good, old-fashioned,
Fans would dig under bleachers for any plastic cups no-holds-barred cup war.They may not know the thrillof
We students take of this more-than-con-
hope advantage owning either.
they could find. If they saw someone else with cups, cups
venient opportunity to register to vote in the November they would ask for the cups and then beat the poor Dave Hargrave is a UF journalism senior.
general election, which includes the governor's race.
LETTERS TO. THE EDITOR
I Students are known for their abysmal voting record,

and yet they're quick to speak up when the governmentdoes Hunting is not spend more time in the woods experiencing ing is cruel Nature is more so.
nature's wonder than Cruel is entire deer herds starvingto
something they don't like, such as threaten the rightto a
cruel immoralEditor hunter. death due to a population higher
an abortion or cut the budgets of agencies that directly or
Hunters have high standards; than nature can sustain. Starvationis
affect them.Through. : I found the Sept. 10 Alligator ? wearing camouflage clothing and a slow and painful process. A

this voting drive, students don't even have to column written by Robert running through the woods with a hunter harvests deer in a quick,
Raulerson, "Don't hunt go gun does not make humane much preferredto
one. manner
go downtown to register or change their address on the instead" you ,
canoeing offensive. It was
rolls. SG has brought the paperwork right to your class- filled with images that have nothingto Hunting does not require its participant starvation.
tool
to be rednecks or crack Hunting is a conservation
room doors. do with hunting. ers. The hunting ranks are,full of strictly managed by government
This is your chance to make a difference and to say The common anti-hunter view doctors,lawyers and other professionals agencies to obtain and maintain the
: something about the way this state is run don't pass it portrays the hunter as a thoughtless both male and female.The optimum wildlife populations. As
killer who charges through the stereotypical dumb redneck is there are few natural! predators of
I up. woods wreaking unrepairable often employed by anti-hunter in large game animals, hunting is a
carnage. Nothing could be further an attempt to portray hunters as Necessary means of maintaining
: alligatorEditor from the truth.I some sort of second-class citizens.It delicate population] balances.Game

I. am a hunter and proud to call just doesn't hold true., animals benefit.from hunting.

myself one. From my initiation into Raulerson called himself a;10- Hunting is not cruel or morally
Plunkett
Judy A.
hunting' as a small boy tagging year-old hunter when.he killed wrong i is a 'very' necessary
Managing Editor Opinions Editor along with my father, I have been birds with his BB gun.".1 mowed management practice' with deep
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier instilled with the values of gun them down as if they were traditional background. If huntingis

safety, conservation, ethical judgment enemies he wrote. Shooting non. ever abolished, there will be
Letter PolicyLetters and the value of life. game animals is not hunting. It's a environ-
to the> editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 1-by.10 pale). They should be severe and detrimental
typed> double-spaced and signed They should Include a typed name, address and telephone No one appreciates the value of kid running around unsupervisedwith mental impacts.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call life-or the beauty of nature more a gun. Dudley
editorial editor at 374488. Gregg
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COMEDIANfrom himself, but he changed his mind up debut at the Improvisation clubin Vice" and "Dynasty." He also The annual invitation-only ban-
page 1 after seeing Provenza perform a Manhattan when he was 17. played the son of an alcoholic fa- quet,which is being dedicated this
couple of times."I Since then, he has appeared on ther in the CBS television movie, year to former UF President Ste-

up and growing old, said J.P. Wil- thought would complement "The Tonight Show with Johnny "Under the Influence." phen C. O'Connell organized by
liams, the booking agent for both Foxworthy real well and hit a dif Carson," "Late Night with David He recently won the Theater Blue Key for its members, alumni,
comedians.He ferent group of people," Guenther Letterman"and has hosted his own World Best Actor Award for his state businessmen and politicians.

should complement said.Williams Home Box Office special.He performance as a stand-up comicin Mitchell, a Democrat from
Foxworthy, an Atlanta native who said Thursday that Pro- also starred in an ABC sitcom the off-Broadway play"Only Kid Maine, also served as a U.S. Dis-
is more mellow and pokes fun at venza would perform at UF, evenif "The Pursuit of Happiness," ding." trict Court judge.
rednecks, Williams said. it had meant canceling his entire has a new weekly show on the MTV Homecoming director Robert Although he hasn't announcedthe
12-city: college tour. "Ha! channel that will premierethis Sniffen also said Thursday that speech's topic, Mitchell has
"Now you got a Yankee and a "I know what this show can do fall and just shot a half-hour U.S. Senate Majority Leader firmly supported arms control and
redneck, and it's a great combo," for a comic, and I was willing to do Showtime comedy special that also George Mitchell will be this year's the Clean Air Act, Sniffen said.
he said. what I could so that he could per- will air this fall. keynote speaker at the Blue Key U.S.Sen. Bob Graham,a UF and
Guenther said he had thought form,"" Williams said. Provenza has acted in many tele- Homecoming Banquet in the Blue Key alumnus, will be the
Foxworthy could do the show by The comedian made his stand- vision shows, including "MiamiSUNDAYS O'Connell Center. banquet's toastmaster.


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money we have to give back and then
BUDGET
we'll do it,"Sliger said.
. Many upset by summer cutsBy from page 1 University of North Florida President

dents, they decided. what you have to do. I'm so ex- tural and Mechanical University also Adam Herbert said he won't
DEBBIE CENZIPER financial future looks bleak. decide on options for the Jacksonville
But students disagreed."I cited that the end is near and I said the
Alligator Staff Writer hope they don't spoil it for me. I "It's a treacherous thing for us," university until meeting with his vice
think need to make the
they President Frederick presidents next week.
FAMU
As news spread across UF want my degree from UF. said
cuts somewhere else, said pub-
who added that cutting
Thursday that most of nextsummer's Humphries,
lic relations senior Donna Geb- Scott Mullendore, a market- classes is "something we'll Although the $1.4 million Herbertwill
terms may be can bia. ing senior,only needs'four more summer think about." lose does not equal UFs cuts,he
have to
celed to save money, students credits to graduate in summer seriously said UNF may feel them as deeply.
were angered to find their grad Gebbia, who would only need and the one class he needs is But Florida State University President
uation dates botched and their 12 more credits to graduate,said offered only during Summer C. Bernie Sliger said the $6.8 million Because it's a smaller university,
finances endangered. she can't overload herself in the his school has to return to state UNF staffs some student affairs de-
Administrators debated spring because her last few By working the summer and coffers may not mean skipping all partments with as few as one person,
classes are intense. Paying more staying an extra fall semester,
classes.
Wednesday to summer could
on a way chop and some layoffs mean the
about $8.4 million from the tuition, she said, is worth gradu- Mullendore said he will graduate. When he meets with his budget elimination of an entire department,
school's budget,a cut mandatedby ating on time and administrators But the money and time he committee next week, Sliger said he he said.
should consider that option. will lose is a huge, unexpected entire
Gov. Bob Martinez and his hopes to avoid canceling an
Cabinet earlier this week. Eliminating "You pay a price for your education inconvenience, he said. summer session and instead cut All the state universities will share
summer terms A and C ," Gebbia said. "If you feel "If they do it,it will completelyruin some summer classes. the budget burden to some extent,
would be least painful to stu- strongly enough about it, that's_ my whole career," he said. "Tell us this is the amount of UF Provost Andrew Sorensen said.

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FACTORY'DIRECT WAREHOUSE OUTLET September 17-28 I Student Coupon pick-up, Bring fee card and picture ID to' "" :

'. FUTONS FRAMES a ACCESSORIES I Gate 13 of Stadium. ,: .

I'/' 8 East University 375-3185 September 26-27 I i Handicap ticket sales at the University Box"'Office. $8 CASH,.
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ONLY. Bring ID. !I.I' .
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I GATOR PIZZA II October 3-4 I Faculty and :staff sales at the University Box Office/$8 Cash.r\;".

I October 8 I Block seating'applications due at date 13. < : x: ,;aspla!
16" Pizza : .
Large 1 October 8-9 I Student,coupon/ticket redemption at Gate 13.. If'ayallab'le! \:) 'v'n3guestaouponsrtoill '*
: -- Only$4 7 I } be sold at this time. :'3
1.Aeoupon I "* 'q.gr.lt""' *.>} II October 11 I Block seating pick-up at Gate 13 .
I, (Emn N1ms:$1.15 sa h( "
II October 13 I General public sales at the University Box Office. $8.00 cash.
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>.10. ALLIGATOR FRIDAY SEPTEMBER! 14.1990" "

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BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND







1)1) Alligator ClassifiedsFOR [Zj







RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. 5 ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE

:'li[ Classifications l D How to place a
1 FURNISHEDFURN ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2 bdr/2ba w/study, VILLAGE

end unit blinds. 800mo. Call 335-2703. Roommates Available '-,. . ,. classified ad
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2 BDR, 15 mln walk to UF, $187 mo. 928102Apartment Reserve your room for fall. ';:l'' 1'v;::: For Rent Furnished
Bus service to UF and SFCC. :
after 8-18-5-1 In Person
call 377.4522 6pm. :
near Norman Halt 1114 7 :
(turn unlurn. $175-$250 room :
or per :
Ave., 1 bdr, loft, reserved parking, central matemonth.MZ .. Cash check MC or VISA.
Secure Your Apartment: Basle cost $525 :
1-407-452-2325 9-19-
heat/air, $325/mo. :\ r
Inc. Realtor 375.0207 >
Prop. Mgmt.
Portable; guards all openings; easy to 5-2 The Alligator Office
use; for Info call Blue Gator Ent 377-691 8-14-14-8 }.:' :..::.: for Rent/Sale'/ .' 1105 W. University Ave
9-14-3-1 34th St. Plaza. MF" 8 am 4 pm
COUNTRY LIVING-near '
Female roommate to share 3b/2/ .Sba 'furnished 4 it: Sublease House/Apt.-/ -
2BR duplex quiet wooded area, central
townhome, Clot to UF. $200.210 Main BookstoreHub
air. pets ok............................................$285 1/3 utll. 3785431. 8-14-11-5' 5 ,: Roommates Desk
FOR RENT: + :,x .::.. Customer Service

2 UNFURNISHEDWalk MILL RUN-Spacloui townhouse-2BR,2.5 ROOMMATE MATCHING SERVICE i:' 6.;.:.;: For Sale ii' M-F8am-430pm:
BA. Pool central air fans, deck, new OXFORD MANOR .": : Reitz Union Cashier's OfficeM
paint, near Mall and UF.....................$450 .7 Real Estate F lam.9pm
to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270.$280, ''" 't'- .
Why live alone? Share expenses, but 8 Motorcycles Sat & Sun Closed
2 BDR $335. NEW Townhouse $440 Sec SOUTHFORK OAKS2BR. 1.5BA. carpet, NOT bathroomtl' Large 3bdr/3ba townhouse ::
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs dishwasher pool hookups. ..............$450 apartmentt. Waiher/dryr Included 9 ;;...: Autos: :, ., : Medical Bookstore, ShandsM
Santa Fe Trace Apts 3781190. 12-14' Come by today! 10Wante'd.j'::: ." F, 8 am 4.30 pm

76-2 WALK TO CAMPUS-2BR house, air, carpet 2777 SW ARCHER RD 3772777. 9-

fenced yard ........,........................$375 24-15-5 11 1 Services By Mall: .
Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet, '. Use forms appearing weeklyIn

washer/dryer available in most units for TOWNHOUSE oil ol 20 Ave, 2BR 1 .SBA F roommate tale + secure beautiful 12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by
$20 mo. Cats Allowed 1B-2B. 1 ft 2 Bath Central air, dishwasher hookup....$325 condo In NW area. Close to UF ft SF $250 .13 Wanted mail MC VISA, or checks only.
$250-$375 sect Imr. 3726422. 121478.2 Help
Call 376-5297
pays all $150 security dep.
KEY MANAGEMENT or 813-956-1559 9.14.9.5 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:

INCREDIBLE 372.3060 Personals Payment by VISA or Mastercard
9-20-5-2 1 F lor own rm/ba In 2br/2.5ba/ at Casablanca 15 ONLY. Five dollar minimum.
Efficiency Apt. Partially furnished, wa/dry, pool & '16 Connections M'F830.4pm.
$185
at
Starting
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clubhs. $250/mo/ 12utll. Call 335.3548.
Starting at $235 12 BedroomMEADOWCREST House lor rent Buckingham 3bdr2ba/ living Notices .
room, large eat-in kitchen, library,sen 921128SERIOUS 17 D How to correct ort.

110 NW 39th Ave porch. Available 9/14 faculty pr.'. 332- mature I student to share 18 Rides ...

378.3988 3078. 9-14-2-2 beautiful bdrm/2 1/2/ ba Greenleaf condoon cancel your ad:

375.3861 but route Flexible lease $225/mo/ + 19 Pets ... ..
12-14-76-2 ALOHA GARDEN APTS. 1-2-3 bra garden
flax.tole 1/2 Utll. 3732509. 9-18-8-5 20'Lost & Found Cancellations:
setting near Shands & shopping .
"Check Our New Specials", lease, 3009 SW Archer Rd. 377.0555 < Call 373.FIND Mon. FrI, 8. 4 pm.
Housebroken apt. mate to share gorgeous
All Amenities Available 9-28-12-2 No refunds can be given.
downtown apt. 2bdr/2ba. All mod. conveniences.
M FURNISHED UNFURNISHED $245/mo 373.7458 9.20.10.5 Alligator errors:
Roommates AvailableW.'r. Q When will your ad run?
MOBILE HOMES: Check your ad the FIRST day it runs
No. I Female room'mat.. needed to share .
Call 373 FIND with any corrections before
REGENCY OAKS
4bdr/3ba house w/pool and hot tub,
THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
3 FOR RENT/SALE noon.
378 5766 washer/dryer/ 3 miles from UF $275 Includes Classifieds will begin TWO
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
3230 SW Archer Road
unities 3733247. 9-14-5-5 '
COUNTRY GARDENS 1987 Skyline 14x56 2bd/1bth, Excellent DAYS after they' are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected

373-4500 cond, $9000 obo 336-4884 Alamar Gardens LAURELS l/ns/ for own room/ba In Ads mailed In or placed at the ads will be extended one day.

2001 SW 16th Street SW 20th Ave. Splitplan, must sell. 3bd/3ba. Great amenities, w/d Sept. Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after
12-14-76-2 9-19-5-3 pald-f 250 dep.-$250 mo. Call 335.8487 placing the ad. Changes called in after
alter 5 pm. 9-14-5-5 THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated.

SPACIOUS Best rental value. Mobile homes or lots. may run for any length of time
ONE BEDROOM APT. Will take long-term travel trailers. Some Female n/s wanted to share 2 bdr/2ba apt and be cancelled. time. Customer error or changes:
ONLY $273MO.LYONS good mob. homes for sale. Pool, quiet.. In SPYGLASS. Wanted Immediately Call Ii any Corrections must be made in person at
APT Arredondo Farms Mobile Home Park. 378- 335-5591. 9-14-4-5 Sorry but there can be no refunds The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON.

4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 9291. 12-14-63-3 I. for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee
12.14.78.2 M/F roommates wanted to share spacious :
secure 5bdr/3ba house. 1 block from cam

.1 block to UF, large rooms, utll paid, pus. Own room available l75/mo + 1/5 .
locked mailbox, cable, met $150-175, 4 SUBLEASE: Utll. 373-1242. 9.14-4.5
also I bd off, Close to campus, utll paid, ROOMMATESBrandywlne FOR SALE
quiet 378-3291. 9-1211-2 HOUSE/APT. Oct. 1st 2BD/1BA, located In Mill hopper

area $175/mo, live with a professional International Student needs Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
$100 oft) let months rent! Phoenix Apts Sublease 'quiet 1br 'turn apt now- p.r.on.I..Y. message please, 373.6830. American roommate n/s m. Stay Sep/Oec/ brands are all at our New Location) Car
2bdr/1 ba $325mio close to UF/Shands, all Augl4i891. September 'free, very closeto 9-17-5-5 or longer. 2bdr/lba. l65/mo lor own Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
amenities cent ac/ht, pets ok. 378.1802 UF ft post office. $269/mo call Wilsonat room + 1/2 bills. Jacuzzi sauna, weight 2070. 12-14-76-6
9.18.15.2 334-5183 or 3923850. 9-14-5-4 Roommate Wanted nil F to stay Sep-Oec room, pool Alejandro 371-4668. 9.17.2-
or longer. 185 + 1/2 bills Stay Sep (reel) 5 MICRO CENTER/ Computer 376-1146

1 bdrm Quiet complex 1/2 mile from campus Sublease 1 bdrm apt only 3 blocks from Call 3748434. 9-18-5-5 Editor's choice Hewlett Packard *
e Full kitchen. $345. Call 372-3389 campui. Ac/heat/ceiling Ian pool. MNS needed to share 4bed/2ba house Northgate. Price lower than mail-order.
'"ti or 3787392. 91462AFFORDABLELuxurySecunly $269/month/ 1-year leaseSept( free) Abi M/F roommate to share 3 br/2.5/ ba townhouse near SFCC.Oaks Mall. Washer/dryer Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb ((28ms)
, & 3784610. 9-14-5-4 at Casablanca W, $210 mo + 1/3 large yard screened porch. Harddlak, graphics monitor. MC 286/12 .
:,. utilities, wa/dry Included. Call John 336- $170mo+1/4util. 332.1480 Frank. 9-17- $1185 MC 386SX $1370, Northgste
Custom Iron sec doors/wndwa SW 1A2bn 4288. 9185.5 2.5 386/20 $2399. Leading Edge laptop w/40/
t chandeliers, c'llln., micro, senior- Need rmmt to sublease apt 15 mln walk to MB hd ft battery $2395. 1 & 2 year war
lilt patio, privacy Inc. From $260 331- UF, furnished $117 mo, Call 377-4522 F N/S own bdr/bath $240/mo. + 1/2/ utll, Wanted! Sincere M/F n-smoking Studentto ranties. Onsite warrantiei. Panasonic

1 2099 9-14-5-2 after 6pm. 9-18-5-4 call 375-0466, Iv. message. 928135NS sublease 2bdr/lb/ kit, llv, deck yard, 1180 printer $185, HP Laser Jet lip .

wash/dry In big house. Sept. Ireel monthly $ 049. 3743 W. University Ave. 12-14-
J Tired of complex living? Try our'1 bedroom Sublet 'turn, large 1 bdr apt until Jan 1, M/F to share beautiful 2bed/2bath $225+1/2u 371-2477 before' 9am or alter 76-8
.J quadraplex. NW area No pets 1990 secure area, In the Pines call 373- Marchwood townhouse. Washer/dryer, 6pm. 8-24-2-5
$225/mo/ Close to campus Call 3371. 8-18-5-4 pool $245/mo + 1/2 ut.. Call Richard 335-' Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar

3722223. 9-17-5-2 1421 9-20-5-5 Young couple looking for responsible Detectors, Infinity, Sansul, Sony,

util! and' roommate, own bath, partly fur Orion Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo.
Studio For Rent $245 a month + room
, Duplex .2 bedroom 1 bath, new. Stove, Female roommate wanted lor own room &
2 weeks tree rentl Just 4 blocks north ol nished. Pool, laundry,. quiet neighbor We Beat All Prices 3733754. 12-14-76-
4 refig, dishwasher, garbage disp, AC. own bath or 2 females to share room &
> UF call 371.7777 ask about 1530 apt 26. hood. 275/mo + 1/3 utility/cable. .8
t laundry room. Fairly close to campus bath at Oakbrook Walk. Call 371-1399
l $375. 462-4964. 9-14-3-2 1-' -5.4 and leave message. 9.18.5.5 3324197. 9-19-4-5 Nice clean modern 'furniture and antiquesall

''w. at reasonable prices. Come take a
I 2 bedroom/1 ba $175 4 blocks from UF. Nice one bdrm apt $250/mo/ : Sept. & Oct... ROOMMATE-qulet studious, 'female 6 FOR SALE look. 'THE PLUNDER HOUSE. 511 SW

} 411 NW 15 St. 3717777. 918-5-2 rent paid. Cats allowed. 335-5761. 9-19- needed to share 2br/1 ba duplex near cam- 4th Ave 372.8577.. M/C VISA -AMEX.
4.4 .pus. $180/mo.: Call Lisa 335-8622/378- TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk 9.11'15.8"o 4.
2 weeks FREE RENT 2 bdr. $339 4 ]4114. 9-19-8-5. drives..2 film cassettes, 2 Him cannisters.
1 blocks north of UF, water paid central air" Sublease 1 br/1 ba Point West Apts Next to Factory reconditioned unused In past 2 HUNGRY?
-tf 421 NW 15 Street 371-7777 9-12-5-2 pool close to law school. 345 per month. ;SAVE $$ |f/na 'fun responsible student yrs. Perfect' for small typesetting jobs line
Hang us a
rs', Call 371-9526. 9-19-4-4 wanted to share sale 2br/2bath. (urn.: apt. Good machine for small.type shop. System 'i't
Walk to UF Studios, 1. 2. t 3 bedroom ,,1ml to campus. '"2.50 t 1/4 utll. :338- Includes 3 rolls 6 In,.RC film & 6 font Call Get two large pizzas for only $8.99 .
apartments just north of UF, 411 NW 15 9.18.4.5 ., i today; Gator PIZU' M
Sublease-Walk to Campui. Clean 'furnished ,1,14103. J y i disks $3,500 OBO. Call"The Alligator at .372-8202. 9-17-56
St. 371.7777. 91852A
I 373-9928 for more info.
studio next to pool & laundry.
**OWN ROOM** roommate. wanted:
.' studio for $245, 1 bedrooms $260-$349 $240/month..Sept. Free. 371-0382/leave N/S student. Short walk to Shands/Canv/ Centlron racer LeMani ri 12ipd $250.
" by UF, very nice, must see 411 NW 15 message. 9-20-5-4 pus. 210/mo +1/3 utll. Call 338-3834. 8- *****AIR CONDITIONER *A A 'Mount bike gl outpost loop $250. Both

Street. 3717777.,, 9-18-5-2 20-5-5 ___ large, t small REASONABLE, 377-9615.: excl cond. 2 Rocklord Fosgat lOin, subs.
/ 9-17-15-6 $150. 4621623. "
9-14-4-6
Sublet beautiful 2 bedroom apt. Pool,
2 weeks FREE RENT. Huge 2 bdr/2 ba Jacuzzi weight room, clubhouse, $440. T 1 Bk to'UF, Female room, large house, '
$369 1000 sq. feet. Bel Air Apartments Call Diane 375-7285 or Anderson 335-- I will., Inelr Lock! mailbox,.private room, FUTON & FRAME_ i loot love ...t. tan. exc. cond. Call
i 636 NW 26 Aye 3717777. 9-18-5-2 9190. 8-18-4-4 cable avail. No pets $1SO-$175/mo. Call From only $200/set. Jason 335-0772. Leave message: -8T4t -
376-3291 9pm. 8-21-6-5 Call At 373-3127,. 9-17-15-6 4-a



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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14.1990, ALLIGATOR li ..

SALE FOR SALE FOR SALEDISCOUNT FOR SALE FOR SALE


.BASS.car stereo specialist Warehouse WATERBEO .
D deluxe SEMI
king WAVE
OAKTREE SHADZ: SNGLASSES Papasans, wicker rockers, wicker bdr fur
direct tales on all car audio equipmentGainesville LESS lights, headboard, drawers, rails HI-FI
Vuarnet Bolle mture, baskets & more at warehouse
RayBan $35 $45 $40 etc
students 25% oil sales'mstallationt $300 Call
Bruce
373.5922. S.
91456BICYCLEbrand 722 Main e The Red
Bldg. .
D-BASS 4504 SW 29th Ave Call 335-6450 to save your money 9- prices Sale Fri 9 6 & Sat 9 4 Interstate
WE ARE CHEAPER 2076 Mini-Storage 1 ml north of Archer Rd Mc.Donald. .
G'ville FL 32608. 928206 new 22.5 Ib Italian racing
on 40th Blvd. 91416
bike,Index Columbus 12.14.76.6CHEAP
372.9716 I4speeds tubing For Sale: sectional sofa $150 I port. arch
Ed's Warehouse Recycle frame and fork Asking $450/obo 373-
draw board $100, art cart $100 10 Men's 12-spd Motobecane Like new
desks, bikes ac, beds, stereos, tool, 3674. 91456 storage
appl, lamps Save furniture, doors, speakers RADAR gal fish tank full set up $25 Wise com- $140. Call 373-3647. 9-17-2-6
Detectors e All Brands $900 call for details 335-5374. 9
375 4875 puter -
tables, couch 428 NW 1.t.1I.18-8-8 WATERBED FOR SALE .uper.lngle, pad- .
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!8 24-20-6 1436Apple FORMALS exc cond worn once 2 long
ded rail and heater $100 o.b.o. 3368283.
white $50ea. good 4 Initiation 5 tea
Wireless alarm systems lor apt. or house, 115ALPINE' 6
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complete $349 5 yr warranty, panic but. ***DESKS** ((7)) $75 each Computer System Includes: mom lengthcolored( ) $20ea call 335 6S31. 9

120 d.clb.lalarm, Call 372.0903 or and 25 chairs $5 each tor, mouse, software, Panasonic printer. 1836
ton *FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE $950 obo. Erin 335.0744 will sell parts
371.3958. 0 20 10 6
3215' graphic eq w/ 7bands & 4 amps Call 372-3336 day 338.0004 after 7 pm. 1436 Fish tank: 30 gin freshwater all exotic
20W of 9.24-20-8 carnivorous fish, complete set up Incl.
**** REFRIGERATOR **** power Get the belt 4 your car
12 cubic loot 2 door G.E. refrigeratorworks Call Sebastian 332.9898 $150 firm 914 Bikes: 10 and 12 speed good cond new stand + 10 gin feeder tank only $200.
w.lI. clean all shelves $160 delivered 56 ****AIR CONDITIONER**** tires $65/ea obo call Randy 371-8281 1. 9- 3720827. 9-20-5-6

377.9615. 9-20.10-6 12.000 BTUs that fits & cools Cory/Dia-/ 18.5.8Bicycle .
Simmons hide bed $125 couch $75
COMPACT WASHER AND DRYER mond Village Apartment under warranty a ; :
Panasonic DX 3000 Like brand swivel rockers $15,$40 desk/chr
JVC & Jarrard Zero-100 turntables, Stereo stand up Fr gida re. $150 Call 373.2496. 3779615 917156 : comp
91456 new 325.00 377 9790. 91936For $50: Drexel dresser $50; 12-g. shotgun
cabinets, w/ smoked glass doors, .
1103776325. 9-14' 1 6
.Corona electric $50
Smith typewriter .
Brand new Hunter AT bike 'for sale Don't Sale: Sansul stereo rec, Marantz tape
Acoustad electrostatic
each. speakersModel ELITECOMPUTER 85 gallon, hexagon wwood/
need and selling for $220 Lvemess. 377- deck Sansui speak, Hitachi VCR RCA aquarium
One + One acoustad twin-200 cabinet stand, hood & filter $450.
4155. 9.17.5.5Pioneer VCR, Apple 2c Computer, monitor, Image lights
amp $1500. Peavy KB 400 keyboard amp, writer 373-2895. 91746 40 gallon tank w/ stand,hood,I ghts,filter.
300 watts, 9-band eq., 4 channels $325. $100 3777732 91836
Video Disk $250, DOD digital
371 6401 01456 FOR SALE, 400, 27m 12
Shogun speed
delay $50 D&D books(7)( ) $40 Over 2000 SYSTEMSSimply .
For Sale SOFA brown makes Into
Like brand new 250 00 or best offer, call : plaid
Washer & dryer $300/set or best offer Aircondltlon.r 12 singles lor djs rap dance, & soul 85' .
l double bed, excellent condition $150 Call
the beet In quality Mike at 336 8038 and leave message II18.5.6 -
+ $2ea or bulk disc. Bob 378-4003.11-17.
& used
wheat
air new or
service and price Call 335.1300. 332.1594 after 4pm or anytime weekends
Microwave cart $35. For more info, call 5.8 9-20-56

3723208. 91456 BEDS BEDS BEDS 918-156 Head tennis raquet sale
NEW FURNITURE USED Graphit Pro $65 Comp Pro $60 MagnumPro BICYClE.M'yata' 512 racing bike. 56 cm,
COMPUTER: AST 288 extended keyboard Lowest Discount Prices CAR ALARMS Installed remote control $55 strings & thermo cover includedCall 1 year old, sh mano group, $275. Call
Zenith VGA color monitor. Panasonic Dumas Discount any car truck or van fully guaranteed will 3786610. 91746 3749618. 91836

printer $1200 Call 373.1667 1421 NE 8th Ave 371-4422 demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. message -
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9 14 46 9-28-24-6 10.1938.8MOVING Couch & chair $200: 3 occioal chair Complete king size, waveless waterbed w/
SSOea: 2 lamps $25ea: I lamp $152: padded sideboard' headboard heater
MUST SELLIII New single bed, new microwave ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: Must sell, living room set, lamps $I Sea: roll top desk $200, char., $175 Obo, call 374.8657 91856
drafting chair, lamps, end table Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba dressers, dining table & chairs recliner, $50: 2 tv stands $10ea; 2 bookcases $10
10 speed bike. Please call 336-7008 or mattresses. Sharp 19" color TV, almost ft 15, rug shampooer $30 call 332.9685.
335.2076. 91446 Crunch, Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 125 King size waterbed, headboard w/ lamps
NW 23 Ave 371-4378. 1214766 new 371-2190. 91446 9.18.3.6r + etched mirror, heater + mattress, all in

excell cond $175. 376.5518. 91856

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= with instructional class and ammunilion.

I a I Nick at 371.2466 (days) i 371.4950

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I I I f I I I I I ; MOVING SALE. Everything must go. Cars .

I I I furniture, color TV, clothes, kitchenware
BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. toys. etc Sat & Sun 8am 2701 NW 23 Blvd
I I I 1; I I I I = II .R.145. 9.14' .26DD

Alligator Classifieds allow products services jobs, etc. to be listed in a 9I I

"directory" to make it easier for readers to find your ad. A simple form [ /S Yamaha drum machine $50: Azuki

explains the step.by-step manner in which to place an ad and will help I I I I FI I Imperial bike $75: girl s 3-speed $50;

you determine the cost. Our Classified Advertising staff will be happy to I I I I queen waterbed $75; dresser $20 & complete -
advise I II toilet $30 376.4824. 91736
you.Alligator
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1v WINDSURFERS 12 It. with 6.3 sal and
Classifieds be In a number of :
may placed ways ( 0'Bnen Elite 10.5 It., 6 0 1111.I $325 each
I I I I I I s f Z ti I Call 3763936. 91956

1. If you have a valid Mastercard or Visa, you can place your ad by '1 i-c alc::it N:

telephoning 373-FIND between 8:00: and 4:00: pm. I I m I Urgentl! have to sell by Sept 20 Honda

1:1.I I I I I I II f 2 I CIVIC '85, TV. vcr, bed, shelves table
2. You can mail your Alligator Classified form (with check money order. char lamps a lot more Prices negotiable .
or Mastercard/Visa information no cash please) to: I i I I I I I f I call 3366455 9.1 9.5.6

Ii 3. 0I II 5,pece pit grp couch $75. 13" color tv
Alligator Classifieds I I I I i $50. 19" color IV $80, N,ntendocarl's $25:
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PO Box 14257Gainesvill' f I men's 10-spd bike $35 Call 372-0498
I' after' 6pm 9.17-3.6
FL 32604
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Teac 10 band EO; brand n.w'lIllI in box
3. You can place your ad In person by coming to our office at 1105 W. 1 I I -I I I I warranty! Paid 25-askng, 100080.

University Ave., between 8 am and 4 pm weekdays Our trained friendly I II Call 378-1495 lv, msgl 1736
I I I I I I II
staff will be glad to help you with your ad.
I
I I I I I 15 z Have 2 AL vs UF football tickets lor Sept
MI I 15 Call 335.1485. Best Offer 9.14.2.6 ,
4 You can place your ad in person at one of The Alligator's convenient"remote' I N
I i I I I I ..
locations. I I :r tlI BIKE.MEN'S 21-inch 10 speed "Molobec
I i I I I I ane" with Jim Blackburn racks. Moving.

ON CAMPUS LOCATIONS: 1 I II must sell! Asking $150. Call 377.0644.

IL 9.14-26
Location Day Hours I J I I I II

I Kaypro II. daisy wheel printer software,
MaIn Bookstore, Hub 1 I books, cables $300. 332.4472 alter 6pm.

Customer Service Desk ". M F 8 am 4pm I I I .I I I I II II 9.20-56

Medical Bookstore, Shands M 'F .. 8am-4pm I I I I 1 I OFFICE USE ONLY Safari Audio is Gainesville newest & finest -
I In car audio, cellular & security
Reitz Union Cashier Office tM-F .9 am- 8 pm I I I I II Ip Chi.I Custom Installation t repair, 336.1128.

'Sat ft Sun .,.Closed I I I I I I II.CAIHCK., I,_: I 9-27.10.6 It


.. .. DESKS (e.1I sites), Computer furniture.
II .,',-LA 1 ,,'x.-, 't Gfteak"" .itri.. ".. (:,N.< RATE$ >.;'........ .1. Bookcases File cabinets. Chairs (all
Classifieds follow these styles) ft more In stock at guarnateed lowest -
Please this form to place Alligator please ; ;
use (Circle one) '
; 1.for"Rawt:l'unIilW _ServIces prices THE OFFICE MART 690 NE
Re-
instructions exactly Be careful to include everything you wish to say I :-J.Fed NMI vefwwlshd/ .. _II.TflNnI Services. DB'. ...00.. 23 Ave. 3737518. 9-"-178'J;

\ greet for changes alter the ad has feeen ordered must be considered anN _,,'.raw.Hems For Remade ,_1I..1111H.. 2 D.,._.,." I

dvemsemmt THERE CAN BE NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS' I ,_4.SubLMe. NewwA/ ft. ,_14.9asbus" Poreonale. 3 D.,.-.I.OO Vacuum cleaner Royal. 2 yr. oil. $120; ,s-
AFTER PLACING THE AD. In the ewnl of lit senor' nw X% forisfetponsJMe _..aeoataisls _".PereenaM 4 Darett.-o', I Excell cond., 372-0799. after' S pm. t.

ONU for !the FIRST Insertion.. Do not use foreign language' I ,_..her feed. ,,__1'.Connections I Days-13.00 14.4-6Alarm
doubie-entendres, or manner of address which Identifies the addressee _1.Ref E.tell ._1T..,lie.. I

toe third party The acceptance of payment with advertising copy does 1.set.enwo. '_:.1f. HMM Additional n...as.says for windows ft doors, portable, lightweight

not constitute a binding agreement on the part of The Independent, I _1..AuIee _1I Pets _lase' I simple to Install order 2 for $20,
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Florida Alligator to publish said copy. The Independent Florida Alligator. II ,
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'Additional lines
I 1 reserves the right to act as a sole. Judge el the suitability of any advertising I o MAtTrRCA Ili tJ: VilA' II" DATE: ,:.."osdr.. .Nee. ...cu.,
submitted for publication and reserves the right to edit revise, I
copy CREDIT CARD a Adel .s.. 1_ Classifieds. .
delay! or reject any advertising copy submitted ,
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Corolla SR.5. Red, 5-spd, SECURITY LOCKS. Security
will finance! Nice 3ba 1ba 1982 Toyota STORAGE
corner SUNBELT MOVING*
*
$2000 Peepholes, Patio door locks, doorguards,
a/c. Very dependable Asking
lot, fenced backyard, good location, Close to UF, Convenient
Professional Moving/Packing ft Supplies & d.adbolt.lnllall.d. Under $25 lor each
obo. Please c.1I33S-8921.lv. message 51mo
$$35,000.00 Call Shirley 335-4006 454- 4x4x4 "
9-20-7-9 1- ItemHouse full Local/Log dist Item Installed. Call Bob 335.7270. 8-14-
4x8x8 $25/mo/
Shema
3348 9-20-5-7
Realty Lie/Ins. Priced for Students! Marty 375- 5.11
533 SW 2nd Ave 377-1771
81 HONDA ACCORD MOVE. 12-14-76-11 121478.11
8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED 4-door, power .t.lrlng.llc. $1500. Call NOVA STUN GUN
376-4824. 9-17-3-8 HORSE BOARD Greathouse Farm & SaId Effectlvel' Non-lethal I
Equestrian Ctr. The ultimate In care & *FREE* send $89 + $3 S+H to 114 Lahoma
REPAIR
HONDA ACCORD., hatchback, silver, facilities 15 min from UFI Jan 376-7762. Pregnancy Test Lansing, Ml 48915 517-484.8807
Precision Small Engine Pickup & Delivery
wgrey Interior, air, am/fm, brand new 9-28-10-11 Gainesville Women'sHEALTH 9-27-13-11
available 4236 SW 35 Terrace,
CENTER
tires, cond $1995, 373-
exc. running
from Katz 336-3825. 9-28-
across Alley 720 NW 23rd Avenue
4320, message 20-6-9 Hunter Showbarn now accepting students- CONCEALED WEAPONFIREARMSPERMIT /
14.8Honda
Past UF equestrian coach, Boarding, 377-5055 COURSE Comprehensivecourse
1988 Pontiac Trans Am, black, t-tops, working students accepted. Farrell Farms ABORTION (To 24 Wkl) by certified police Instructor. Addresses
Spree Scooter for sale 1 1088,
A/C 25k miles, Alarm, pw, pdl. Excellent 472-3142 10-9-30-11 BIRTH CONTROL safety, laws, avoidance tech
black, 2040 miles includes Nolan helmet
Cond. 10500. 336-4998 9.20.5-9 Gynecology Services niques. To apply for a permit you must be
and rainsuit for $450. Call at 371.3998.
.1".5.8 BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTIONI! CS 12.14.75.11Experienced certified. Centralink Security, Inc. Office,

1987 Nissan Hardbody Pickup. Standard, Military tear gas & personal protection 1-673-0509 paging service 1-800-226-
1985 Yamaha RZ-350 exc condo Racingkit no a/c step bumper stereo cassette, excellent Info. Keychaln unit or home canister call, amateur for Information exercise 472-3777.riders.Expenses 3477, pager number 291.5041 9-17-5-
f 17.95 each $2.50 checks ok ,
me exhaust Very fasti Last of 2strokestreet. condition $4660 Call 378 6623 + shipping ( 9-20-10-11 11
Yellow/blk. $1550neg Ray 335- 9-14-1-9 VIsa/MC phone orders) Sent Immediately!
Sallie Cain Action 8141
9312 Iv met 926-108 Seminars horse trainer show experience SECURITY SYSTEMS
Beautiful 74 VW Bug, baby blue, no rust, Parkforest, Baton Rouge LA 70818 or call Experienced, Arab horses, for Information 472- at an affordable price. Call Davy Enter-

Like newl Kawasaki KZ100 only 425 miles runs great, needs tune. up, $1500 obo, 504-751-0485 3777. 9-20-10-11 prl.e.338-5838. 9.24.10.11
$900. Call 3772203. 9.18.3.8 call ft Iv message 336 8785. 20-5-9 ,


1986 XR250 Motorcross, low miles, well 1984 Pontiac 1000 perfect condition, new
maintained, like new, $750, Call Bill at clutch, battery tires, 66k miles, Ceaser Thomas Burns
3777732. 91838 acam/fm, asking only $1700 or best
offer Call 334.6091. 9-18-39
fEw P6NNI6S U4Mr. ybo VERY WOO 0

9 AUTOS foR h 6do MUCH MA'AMIA Dube
10 WANTEDLocal DONATE TD
N1 arfly oNAnON
gE, OW W7' 131
1980 FORD F-150 PICKUP EXCELLENT TN E CBF NATIONAL 4
CONDITION. $2395/Best Offer Call 371 Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class I 1N'?
1073. 9-14-13-9 Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie's Fine saves HIND? Q6
Jewelry 373-9243. 12-14-76-10 AIL a

1989 NISSAN PULSAR burgundy/grey, 5-
speed, air, am/fm brand new condition, WANTED: Tennessee tickets
under warranty. Call 338-4055 between Call 332-0102 or 332.6690 Ask for Gregor
8am- 4:15: pm. 9-14-139 Keith. 9.18.5.10
..aCPo

ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW Must have 8 fix "-10 Gators VI. Bulldogs'In $ O
RATES, low payments, fast drive- Jax. Call 407.482-6629 anytime Will 6NAno
thru service, s* habla Espanol 377-2277 pay anything reasonable or slightly unreasonable
377CARS. We care. 9-17-10-9 9-19-5-10 _
VERY :'
1984 Pontiac Bonnevllle 4 door good con Wanted: Used IBM PC or clone. Call .d 1 S Ptl17G.15 oe

dition $2650 low mileage call after 8am Sheilene 371.2888. 914-1-10
before' 9pm. 485-2646 9-17-9-9 mmainy
Wanted: fix 10 T.nn. game, up to 4 tix, call
1986 MUSTANG LX 3-door, ac, ps, pb, pi, & Iv. message, 377.5730. 0-18-3-10 by palilo
sunroof cruise, tilt. $3900 negotiable
The bird with c de.the
Call after' 6pm. 4752841. fl-14-5
11 SERVICESNW

88' Honda CRX HF w/32000/ ml, white w/ N
blue Interior S-speed new front tires, Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave Question of will & much IftM

great gas mileage, $6800 obo please call near Oaks Mall IresS.5 to 10 x 20 from TOOTS co npLiCa4Qa thah U nra/! Ivvn

371-9686. 9-14-5-9 $20, 10% disc to students. 332-8917. 12- seem .it irihst la1y1 ce. Ir. t& i8 / Wlzc0M 1'0<<\&

1974 Alta Romeo Spider red convertible, 14-78.11 the Insultbeirrt + % f"" "' ilCtlO'l. P.. to{ vtO...

excellent condition. Must sell $2300 or SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? You ham. hot not cad WII&z fyio .. J

best offer Call 336-9302 9-14-59 Get confidential testing and treatment at Just panted out to 0lJ.. 773eIsoirt "'"--"

PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 12- for-lhic is thtIt N1IOl1Jl.aJrfilrWic"L +
MOVING. Must sell, 1. Honda Accord LX 14-76-11 !! >
woco'tfibtc& aul'th
1989. Better than new. 2. Plymouth is .In
Voters 1977. Excellent mechanical condi t cannot tHtfoior 6e sowoh for

tion. 371.2190. 9-14-4-9 ** GATOR MOVING ** / VaaAicexis., St/ok 1Glc.ik e...
Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng/ 1-
87 black Chevy Cavalier z-24, 5-spd a/c, Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves./ Long dis. 'J .hl
sunroof, tinted windows, new tires Enky Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 12-14-76-11., '
rims. $6300 or $1800 ft take over pay- taiaNE
ments. Call 336-7911 Ask for Bill or SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
leave message. boarding woodaer facilities *

hay rides parties sales working & MOBILE GOLDFISH
'83 Mercury Caprice, Y-8. sunroof, low students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080. Z= by Brett Schroeder ,

mileage, exc.cond, $2500 376.8672. 9- 12-14-76-11 .
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SERVICES TYPING 13 HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDJobs PERSONALSPOSTER


***R & R Pickup Delivery professional 12 SERVICESTyping CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The In USA and overseas All occupa SALE. Biggest and best selection .

shippers over 40 yn The neighborhoodcourier Independent Florida Alligator Must own lions Don't t limit yourself to those few Choose from over 1000 different image .
G'vllle't been looking fort 378 reports business legal reliable van or pick-up truck and be available companies that recruit on campus. Jump *, ROCK OLD MASTERS (Monet,

3391****** resumes cassettes transcribed A applications from Sam. until 9 a.m Monday start your job hunt. Contact College re- Dill, Van Gogh Picasso Etcher
9.25.20.11COLLEGE letter notary *etc Available through Friday. Must have excellent drivIng cruiters today Write to C.A S, 652 W Matisse, Wyeth, & hundreds morel!),
24 hours/7 d.YIl372-2777/ 12147612 record and valid Florida driver IIcente Palm Ave. Placenpia Ca 92670. 11 -21. MOVIE POSTERS, BEATLES, SPORTS,

$ MONEY Private scholar. Pay per route plus mileage 50.13 DANCE, CARS, SCENIC LANDSCAPES,
th pal' College Scholarship Locator pob MICRO CENTE TYPing/ 378.0339. Full & Apply at the Alligator office, 1105 West MUSIC, SKIING, PERSONALITIES (Einstein .
1881 Joplin, MO 64802-1881 800.879- sell service computing. Typing start @ University Avenue. Ask for the route Student needed to assist in maintenance James Dean Marilyn Monroe and

7485. 12-14.75.1 I 1.50/pg Resume $6 Self service resumes driver application No calls, please Affirmative of live holding system. Part-time, flexible others). TRAVEL, HUMOR, ROMANCE
$2.50/hr. ,1 15/page/ Laser type Action/Equal Opportunity Employer hours. Call Lee or Ron 332.0411. 914 PHOTOGRAPHY (Ansel Adams, Talbot &
......ATTENTION!111000000!! Need set graphics A spell check A these A 3-13 Others). MOST IMAGES ONLY $5 AND $6
Macintosh software, hardware or servicesat paper A pedal character A employ eachl See us at FIRST FLOOR REITZ
low price? Call Dave at 373-1524 lor ment database A mail merge A training. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate UNION on MONDAY SEPT 10.FRIDAY

info 921811Problems I WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC. 12-14- CLERK In new drug study for the treatment SEPT 14 between 9am.5pm. This sale
Now accepting applications for a class! of jock itch (fungus of groin), call sponsored by REITZ UNION PROGRAM
In Math? Then call Greg at Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable fled advertising clerk at the Independent 3315379. 12 I 2.63.13 COUNCIL. 9-14.5-15
377.8308. Professional Tutoring offered service Reasonable rates Laser Florida Alligator Some office skilli/exp/ ,
at only $12 per hour. 818511 printer, 377.8175 til 9.00pm. 12.14.76- math ability, dependable and willing to EARN EXTRA CASH WITH THE PUSH Stun Gun.Buy wholesale 65 Kvolts $50

work with heavy public contact Hours: OF A PIN Put up poster with application incl. compact unit, bait, safety switCh,
MATH TUTORS. Warren Bernard and ...RESUMES)** MWF125pm. Apply In person at: 1105 forms lor VISA, MasterCard and writ trap, pocket clip, & p&h. 1 yr warr
Bruce Teague UF and SFCC. Discounts Complete writing & development services W. University Ave. (No phone calls) UF ft other national credit card on campu 904-237-2130. 9.2,0.15
for groups of 2.5. 37 TUTOR 9271011 I Resume House 371.8148. 12.14-76-12TypmgWordprocessing SFCC students only please AA/EOE 9- And earn up to $2 for each response It's
Ig-4-13 that easy Call 1.800.950.1037 Ext. 75
UMBRO SHORTS
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NAILS BY VONDELL / WordPerfect 920213 .
3131 NW 13 SL 3771763 5.1 quality work, last results, low rates, AVON 375.8967 You love Umbro shorts? Weve got bunches .
Full set $18 Fills $13 Hot oil dependable, personal service Tara 332 Sell Avon Full or Part.time. We Tram HOUSECLEANER 5hrs per week plus of 'em Virtually every style, color &
Manicure Pedicures Limited Time Only 1469. 12147612 Benefit Iniurance 12.14.76-13 help with entertaining, Lovely old house size In stock with competitive prices.
10520 near campus References required Call Lloyd Clarke Sports 12504 NW 13 St. 9

Typing Typsettmg A A Resume INTELLIGENCE JOBS 3786504 914313 14.4.15

Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional From $1.50 pg 917 NW 13 St. FBI, CIA, US Customs, DEA, etc. Now TRUST GOD"S LEADING. FOR AN INSPIRATIONAL .
HELPI UF's swim team I I'm 9 old &
In peaceful surroundings. WCS Inc. 373-9822 years
' care Hiring. Call ((1)805) 687-6000 Ext K. MESSAGE DIAL 378-
and TLC 462 have built in pool. Mom says I must learnto
Daily turnout grooming 12.14.75.12TypingLaser 9486 9211913INTELLIGENCE
5127 1124011SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS swim & you must be responsible 3359. 9.14415BACKPACK

Typesetting. JOBS CIA, US (She'II grill you, believe moll!) Please
/ FOR COLLEGE please call me il you can spare 1 hour per SALEAll
Call
resumes reports a letter S etc. Customs, DEA, etc Now Hiring.
Are availableMillions! go unclaimed 376.5465* 3500 W. Umv Ave. ((1)805.887-8000) ext K-9486. 92119 week 3328070. Don't let me s nkt! 918 Jansport & Eastpak backpacks on sale

yearly 1 1800334.3881, 11.195011 Alachua Word Processing 121476.12 13 4.13 howl! Tons of styles & colors to choose

from, all with lifetime warr.ntlls. Lloyd
MAKE.UP ARTISTS WANTED for 10th
Marlboro Farms. Quality horse boardingon Word Processing (WordPerfect 5 1)) Read book at home! Clarke 1504 NW 13 St 9144.15
Annual of Horror Oct. 12 31,
50 acre. Riding ring, trail, individual Fast Service, same day poss bleSpellcheckmg $100/Ttlel! Guaranteed! Gallery ,
Oaks Mall Call 378 0041 374.4334 for
turnout, concrete block barn, 6 miles west different fonts Free 24.hour recording: or Protect Yourself From the Killer! Amazing
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472-4313. 11.24-13,1 I 9.19.5.12 window. Strong chain prevents entry,
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ BUSINESS loud alarm blasts. Rush $11" .95 to Fleming .

Need HELP for Booming Business Co. 1108, .E Ivystone Sq Chesapeake .
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Excellent Pay in 4.10 hrsweekCall / 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS VA 23320. 9219.15

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ACROSS 3 Young salmon 34 Boleyn orHathaway 46 Long-tailed trade, rent & repair. Great prices DUAL
Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to par ITY, CDCS 818 W Umv 3380378. 12.14- STOP *
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Abner" sailor? 36 Bay window 47 Loosen athlete foot Call 331-5379. 9.26-20- 76-14 ____

5 Freeway 5 Lariats 37 Smetana's "The 48 "- a 13 YESI THE BEST...CAR ALARMS**

features 6 Grown-up Bride" chance" -.THE DRIVER'S SIDE-.
10 Young horseHKIrgizrange 7 Ancient Persian 38 Crystal 50 Hindu goddess HOUSEKEEPER/NANNY pt/ft, mature, 607 NW 13 ST 371.8190 Stud.nts-r.ad ad "Attention Students" in *

8 Compensated clear 51 A good place own transportation, fluent English, some 9-25-10-14 thIS Personals Column for your protection. -
night & weekend Top alary Interview .
15 Perfect 9 Poky vessel 42 Places to say "I I for dashes?
& reference 377-0556. 914913 WANTon
ANYTHING YOU
16 Existence 10 Carnival wheel do" 52 Close by PICTURE a shirtlll THISIII Call 332.6794 for more Intormation PEACE OF MIND CO.

17 Corrida star 11 Honshu port 43 Punctilio 53 Author Gardner SOCCER COACHES and GYMNASTICS JUST DO (ITIII g.21.6-14 9.14.3.15
18 Sound, to a TV 12 Michaelmas 44 S Kirglz, USSR 57 Syllable missing INSTRUCTOR wanted for YMCA. Call the
repairman daisy town from 20, 35, 49 YMCA (for more Info 376.7172. 914913 SAVE YOUR LIFE

19 Speed 13 Lascivious 45 Soap plant Across 15 PERSONALS Facts & Fallacy Peace Officer
Phone survey work, part-time flexible eve tells how to guard against serial
20 Contented looks a wkd hrs, hourly wage + bonuses Callor killers. Report $3 98 3D Press
employee? 21 Once known as ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: stop by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave Vuarn"Carrera/Ray.Ban/Gator. Great Box 17395, Tampa Fl 33682.7395. 9.
23 Chair 22 Speechify SEES T RAP E DIE N 3724026 9281013 prices-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical 18.5.15

24 Certain pipes 25 Org to protect T AXED R A R ARE Y 1 Laboratory 376-5563. 618. .SW 4 Ave 1
25 Puts on, as a animals USAGE i TIS A M E Splay Sitter needed for 10 & 11 yr. olds block from Ala Gen 12 14 76-15 SENIORS would you like your resume
Wednesday & Thursday afternoon, tome sent to the Personnel Directors of over
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28 Celebes oxen lead-in .. SHE A. ELECT S leave message 914613 Sirkenstock Sandal You can in JOB SEEKERS. Job Seekersis

30 Venetian 27 mater RED SEA C ALL E R Sunflower Health Food. a newspaper featuring resumes Resumes -
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Everything' are arranged 4 per page To have
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or 32 Madame TEA S E R. E E. timel Study while you donate or watch 14.78-15
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Est 1969. 238 SW 4th Ave. 378
39 In Center. LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
the NEED
manner 33 Kind of estate MU A E. T I ARA
9431 M.Th 8.7FrI8-5 Sat 8-2. 121467
of Get special student discounts on exams
ii D S.EXTOL call Christian 3764804. 9.18.3.15Sportswear
Badgerlike 11M 13 and all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD .
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creature .L Social, Chairman/woman to book organ 25% of); tee shirts % ; ,
41 "- old 9/14/90 Ized parties $100.$150 per party plus aerobic wear 50% off: shoes 20.50% off:
Permanent Hair Removal
racquetball frames 30% off E Z T.nnlSll
cowhand"... I' I I l' ,,11 I' I" benefit Unlimited opportunities Call Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for 9.27-10-15
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43 Cash register 1'1 is unwanted facial ft body hair. 374-4307. FREE labor with string purchase at E Z

key III DRIVERS NEEDED Call 12.14.76.15 Tennissynthetic gut on a.lelor $9.99. E
Day and Night Flexible schedule.
45 III 9.27.
Talisman today for Interview Gator Pizza 372 STUDENTS GET CASH Z Tennis 34th St. Plaza 372-2257.
48 10-15
8202. 917513 For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy

372.1226. 211 W. Univ Ave..nexttoCen.
For & service 365
49 Attentionm Part.time delivery person needed to work tral City. 12.14.76.15 quality products prices
in
days a year try the tennis authority
MWF Bam 6pm $5/hour. Call Lee or
G'vllle. E Z Tennis 34th St. Plaza 372
54 : Ron 3320411. 914313 f SAVE ON RAYBANS 2257. 9.27.10-15

form Executive file Insurance clerk Part.time, University Opticians
55 Baseball 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 Ways to make friends at UF & SFCC
afternoon $4/hr. Call for appointment
Hall-of-Famer JIB 373.3636. 9.195.13Delivery 12.14.76-15 study hard, dress well, play tennis 4 a
58 Young, dull BMW might help (joke ) E Z Tennis 34th
1\ FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC St Plaza 9.27.10-15
person driver, part time, morning hour.
UF since 1977
58 Den Apply In person at Hill Supply Company, Serving
59 Occurrence. 1814 NE 23rd Ave. No phone call. 9.27,' Moil Insurance accepted Pyshic nationally known
2 block from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave
60 -- 10.13 Medium 44 yra, Radio TV, taped
City of WColombia : Dr Steven Schargel
By App. only. Call 336-9154.
373 7070
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61 Lambs' 12 14 76 15
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62 Simple song shopper & cleaner lor on campus family .. TEEN FASHION MAGIC
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63 Very, In Paris housIng. Reliable transportation ft references Call ACTS 376.71 OS Confidence, Improvement, fun)
must 25hrs/week expected, N/S. Girls 9.17 8 wk. $85. Start
II 1- The Spirit-filled
DOWN Accepting application In the office at 626 soon at Maa Bro. Call 376.5904

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Stringing-Nylon $8 +; Syn. gut $10 +; Pro GOLD GOLD GOLD ; Set of keys, mostly UF keys, lost : Two language book In 201 Little FOUND: Set of keys on 9/12. Found on the
Blend $16 +, Ready within 24 hours- Z We buy your old GOLDIII somewhere near Beatty tennis court on Hall on Monday 10 Sept 1990'. Call 392- sofa In the basement of the Reitz Union.
Tennis 34th St. Plaza 3722257. 9-27- $ WE PAY CASH $ night of 9/7 Call 377-6378 after 4 pm. 0994 to identify. 9-17-3-20 Call 371-0814' to I.D. 9183.20
10-15 371-4367 Best Jewelry ft Loan 9.14.3.20
10-12-23-16' FOUND: Pair of prescription, wire tram FOUND: Young, black cat w/ long, thick
Shoe Salt on all invtntoryll Save Irom LOST: tan wallet on main campus 9/10/90. bi-locals at game, call to ID 374-6118., 9- lur, very all.ctlonat'lound.t NW 19 Ave
20-SOV Unbelievable prices ft selection 27 yr old SWM, enjoys buying gold, cash- Contact Amy at 336-0271 or return to LftF 17-3-20 + 4 St., no collar Call 3739555. 9-18-3-'
Com on down to E Z Ttnnn 34th Ing check ft making loan*. Looks for discreet at Reitz Union. REWARDIII 9-17-3-20 20
St. Plaza. 927-10-15 ref Best Jewelry ft Loan FOUND: Female dog, pan rotweiler, black
371-4367' 10-12-23-16' FOUND: Set of dorm key across from and brown coat, brown legs 2.5 feet tall. FOUND: Set ol keys. Found at Books, ,114 t
B 4 U buy shoes racquets, sportswear, Rawllng Hall on Sept '10. Call Jack 376- Call 373-8176. 9-18-3-20 NW 13 St Call 374-4241 to ID. 9-18-3-20

strings or accessories, check us out at E WE'VE GOT THAT KIND OF CASH. 8097. 9.17.3.20'
Z Tennis, 34th St. Plaza 3722257. 9.28- Best J4L 371-GEMS. '10-12-23-16 LOST: Rott mix aprx 85 lbs on 9/10
11-15 FOUND: female German Shepherd-hound brown/black, no collar, on NW 12 St, very
Best Jewelry ft Loan cross dog at NW 5 Ave ft '15 St. on 9-10. .sentimental me. REWARD) 373-3962 9-
LACROSSE PLAYERS Largest Pawnshop In Townl! Call 373-8250 leave message 9.17.3.20 6. 9-20-5-20 I@f
Practice begins MWF 4-6 at Hum 371-4367
Field starting Sept. 17. For into BUYeSELLeLOANePAWN LOST: Gold chain w2 charms, near FOUND: Large, long-haired white cat w/
Call 336-0373 9-17-3-15 '10-12-23-16 Schnell or Lake Alice Fields on 8/29. Reward amber eyes at Wood River on Depot Ave
l 11 l Call 3347998. 9-21-7-20 Wearing electronic flea collar. Call 376- He went ThatawayThe
SECURITY 9756. 9-18-3-20'
Portable, wireless' alarm system, SALE SALE SALE TOUND: Purple backpack walkman, guy who found the
guards doors ft windows. $275 incl. TV's $25 ft up VCR' $85 ft up tapes, pencils, book, etc outside' of Lu- FOUND: Purple backpack outside of Lu- cool wheels In
5 yr. warranty. Mini-alarms $14' .95 CD player $79 & up. Gold $10 ft up theran Student Center. Call to ID 373- theran Student Center on Sept 11. Call Alligator Classifieds.F .
1, or 2 lor $25. Call 3717853. Best Jewelry' ft Loan 371-4367.' 0906 9-18-3-20 392.2778 days or 373-0906 9-18-3-20'
195-15' '10-12-23-16'
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FREE KARATE EZ Loans with approved collateral. Call !
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keep in shape e build sell the Cash Hotline. Your Buddy Richard will yeahwhatever @l1Je1h"Nlll'
confidence e learn sell-defense take care of you. Best Jewelry & Loan.

9-21-7-15 more' info call barry 334.8989 Cash 16 for anything. 3714367. 10-12-23- 1-- R /fly eoiiWM'' S'pejfjc.J! Anal now 5 \40 Salvage wlnfis ,
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USCG Capt 336-1828' 9-21-7-15, Rolex*TV'.*StereosA VCR'I F.jJe fq.KoUt of
TOP CASH PAIDII frfJJ,1 Krueger< (in

Uechi Ryu brown belt needs Best Jewelry ft Loan 371-4367 '::4Ii f/.lfrtet/
and/or instructor. Also training, 1977 Nova partners 10-12-23-16' Held 01, "'y sad a Declally' no A\\*' Ware' of"

needs engine $200 obo. call 376-6725. V it I college/ /We/ Wjeeirej'/ :
9-17-3-15' Whitewater rafting on the Smokies. 9/21-/ I :f;
9/23 Incl 2d of rafting ft camping, all trans, d p e .
SKI BRECKENRIDGESpring 4 meals. $75/tudent./ Visit rm 330 JWRUor
Break Lv call 392-1655 for Info. Reg deadline
GVille 3/9,5 Days $719or .r
9/17./ 9-17-3-16
7 Days $850. Air/lodgmg/lilt tick-
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0326. 9-20-5-15 INSURANCE LOW RATES at Orange
ft Blue Insurance Drive thru In Butler 's'"f
Plaza. We care Call us 1st 377CARS.g.28.O.18 f:a j
Baseball cardsbuy"elltrade


call Jeff 378-1856 after 5 Wanted: Fisherman wanted to take part in The Sound & The Furry Jimmy Chin .
9-14-10-15 an all day deep-sea fishing trip Deadline
Sept 14. Call 392-1655 For Info 9-14-2-
DEFEND YOURSELF 16 AMA21NC,1 WE $aWar. 'PUT AWAY -MAT tai $MAL1 NO M91.1 1, ,0 M-46 ( k Mom? uP

r Mace-type pepper spray w/key ring. C7f1rEWLISH LL T'sGO MAP, IT MAk WilX3 S3szYA WQIme HiaEl dCVS
To order send $10 check to A 4-wall Racketball Doubles Tourney will LOOK 1.1KE HALL? DOF-SN'r coe
Suncoast Supply POB 10 1150 start Sept 24. Deadline to sign up is Monday TOCi 2. 1=RESFIME/J./ C SOUND UKE iI i iI I
12 St. Eagle Lake, FL 33839 Sept 17 at 214 FLA Gym. 9-17-2-16 Pef ENGffN...
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Protect yourself-'Peace of Mind" offers
our 50,000 volt Guardian Stun Gun w/belt Isshmryu Karate Club meets MWF 4-6pm I Il
in Women's Gym. Call Jell at 335.5917
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clip a special emergency rate $44 95
+ $3.25 ash, we accept m/c + visa Call 9-19-5-17'
now 1-800-879-8387 12noon 7:30pm:
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18 RIDES
48hrs. 9-volt battery not incl. "DON'T
WAIT UNTIL IT'S TOO LATE!I'. 9-14-9-15
$45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 one way. 6
MACE Project yourself! Immobilize yr*. of weekly Fn/Sun bus trips. Pets ok,
an atttektr. Send $15 cash, check, pkg transported., GMG trans 336-
money order, credit card to: Campus 70263052663788. 9-24-20-18' Teak's Town s Tony Branson
Safety, 976 N. MeClean Blvd., Elgin, IL

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WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave. turnout, concrete block barn. 6 mile +h.brh okw. .l
372-6724. Old esoteric books, astrology west Oaks Mall. Stalls, pasture, or full 111ti after.r5 .
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GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 Mrs confident in your car or just taking a walk.
Info/Referral/Consultailon 12-14-76-16 Invest your future Thunder Bay K-lIlnc.
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Atttnd our course on contest prtp. Every FERRET 7 1/2 weeks w/litter pan, needs
Sat 10am Gainesville Gym 3768400.. 10- loving home $35 obo.. 375-5908. 9-20-5- 11 1 IV l
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EYE EXAMS, contact t lenses, eye diseasetreatment. If you find something, you can place a
28 years ixp. Dr. j. Beckum, FREE ad in this section. Be kind to someone tJMM fcift Lmr saw CXXtfcflOWThtl '
optometrist. 917' W Unlv Ave. 3761288. who lost what you found. Call 373- WWfeOlMM v 161 '4 r,1X1.. .
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ATTENTION: Student Loans on anything!) schedule keycham Volkswagen key.
No one refused' with good collateral. Best Found on NW 1st Ave ft 27th St on 9/10..
Jewelry' ft Loan Pawnbroker. 523 NW 3rd Call 376-7768. 9-14-3-20'
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LOSE FAST WEIGHT! SAPP'S Saws Routers PAWN S Drills GUN Volleyball team in state tourney I


"All Top Quality" By MIKE SCHULTZ "John developed a number of outstanding players
Eating Cookies 111 NW 6th in Chicago," McReavy said. "He's been down at FIU
St 373-5655 Alligator Writer
Fiber Classic Cookies for about three years now, and I expect their programis
Really Work! Full Coming off three straight wins, the UF volleyballteam coming together nicely."
Supply of Peanut Butter, r Don't Let Your travels to Miami for the Florida 4 Tournamentthis Top-seeded FSU will provide the Gators with their I
Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal weekend. most formidable competition of the tournament. The
Posters GetRuined The Gators will open the round-robin tournament Seminoles come in with a 4-1 record this season, and

& Raisin against... ., host Florida International University tonight hold a commanding' 17-6 advantage in.matches! against
' BALLOONS & tu i p.m., : play two matches; : the uators. However, ur handed tne
Saturday, a noon match against Florida Seminoles ((30-5)() ) one of their losses last
BEARS 1/2/ PRICE SPECIALS State,and at 5 p.m.against South Florida season.

1232 W. Univ. Ave. H MMMM UF coach Marilyn McReavy said that FSU returns five starters from their
Dry Mounting although FSU is the team to beat in the 1989 Metro Conference championshipteam
(Next Door to Unlv Holiday Inn) Poster Frames tournament, the Gators cannot overlookthe including All-American candidates

375-1199 other two teams. Maggie Philgence and Gabrielle Reece.
pHO'JI!:-'-,- CREATIVE WORKSHOP "Playing Florida State is always a great Philgence leads all active NCAA volley
C 809 W. Univ. 376-7204 rivalry," McReavy said. "But I think we ball players in kills with 1,531, while the
really have to be prepared when we step 6-foot-3 Reece was the Seminoles'leader"
areAreAreAreAreAr out on the floor against Florida Interna in blocks last year and an All-Metro Conference
AreAreArear Ar- rr-arege
tional. We can't overlook them." nerformer.
? FIU enters the tournament with a 1-0() Hale McReui the Gators will do some
DELTA GAMMA record this season. In their comeback things differently to try and offset the

victory over Palm Beach Atlantic,the Golden Panthers Seminoles' height advantage. She said, at times, Lisa
; Wishes to :
congratulate our new sisters
were led by sophomore Melanie Krupowicz, who Bonk will be used as a back row setter to get some
-; Ellen Bailey :' registered 23 kills and three service aces. Krupowicz additional height up front.
was third in the nation in service aces last year.
UF will be 1 for from
-; '' looking strong performances
Jenny Cosgrove McReavy said one of the strengths of FIU is its their front line of Steffi Legall, Suzy Schutz and Kim
? Kim Eminisor "1 coach John Trojaniak who before going to FlU had Hale. McReavy said Hale has been a very pleasant
founded the Windy City volleyball club team. surprise so far this season.
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columnA ] Tide will be tougher than OSU I


ByGREGQDOYEL a 52-yard field goal late in the fourth most talented tailback I've ever been

Alligator Staff Writer quarter. around."
A "I'm sure they're angry," Spurriersaid. But Alabama's cupboard is far from
This ain't Colgate we're playing, UF The best thing for them is to win bare. Senior quarterback Gary
coach Steve Spurrier was quick to re- this game.That's how they can remedythat Hollingsworth returns after last
mind his squad prior to Saturday's 50-7 anger." season's school record-setting perfor-

V4 pasting of Oklahoma State. Alabama lost more than the game mance where he threw for more than
CRIMSON Now he's got to con- nce the Gators last Saturday. Southeastern Con- 2,379 yards and 14 touchdowns.
TIDE this ain't OklahomaState they're facing ference tailback Siran Stacy went down Hollingsworth, the SEC's Offensive
Saturday in Tuscaloosa, Ala. with a knee injury, and will miss the Player of the Year, completed more
We here at the Alligator-brand picks column have Not even close."I rest of the season. Stacy's back-up than 60 percent of his passes.

been studying road maps for weeks now. hope we're smart enough to real- Derrick Lassie, also is expected to sit Protecting Hollingsworth will be the
We're closing down the home office and heading to ize Alabama is much bigger, faster and out Saturday's contest, leaving the same five-man line that started in 1989.
Tuscaloosa this weekend to watch those Gators play stronger than Oklahoma State," Spur- starting tailback job to untested fresh- Stallings said his offensive front,which
the Crimson Tide -who, by the way, are representedby rier said. "Before the game, we felt we man Chris Anderson. averages 274 pounds a man, will haveto
an elephant. were better than Oklahoma State.This Anderson, a 5-foot-7, 175-pounder, stop the UF pass rush that rackedup
Nice mascot. week, we know we're going to have to ran for 12 yards on three carries last six sacks last week against Okla-
Anyway, road maps can be real confusing,especially play our best to have a chance at winning week and had a 48-yard punt return fora homa State.
when we're reading them, so in order to make it to the ." touchdown called back. But the 18-
Alabama state line by, uh, say, Saturday, we're calling Fresh from last Saturday's season- year-old Anderson also fumbled, lead- "At very best, we're going to have to
on professionals to get us there. opening romp over the outmanned ing to a Southern Mississippi play a superior game to protect our
The Automobile Association of America.By Cowboys, UF travels to Tuscaloosa to touchdown.The quarterback," Stallings said. "They're
the way, the Automobile Association of America, face the perennially powerful Crimson drop off from Anderson, rated impressive defensively.Just looking at
which does have an office in Gainesville, is not to be Tide. Kickoff for the nationally televised one of the country's top prep backs as them, it seems like everybody is very
confused with the AAA Insurance Agency,AAA Mobile contest is set for 12:40: EDT. a senior at Huntsville (Ala.) High, to familiar with what they're doing."

Home Transport, the AAA Quality Transmission Ser- The Crimson Tide will be seeing red Stacy is a considerable one, Alabama If given time, Hollingsworth has the
vice, the AAA Refrigeration Equipment Company, the when they take the field Saturday,look coach Gene Stallings said. luxury of choosing from four of last
AAA Travel Agency, or ABC Liquors. ing to erase the memory of last week's "One day Chris Anderson is goingto year's top five targets. Senior tight end
disastrous 27-24 loss to Southern Mis- be a good running back," Stallingssaid. Lamonde Russell led the Crimson Tide
KICKOFF Saturday, 12:40: p.m. (EDT) sissippi. Alabama, ranked 13th in the ."But he's not near the player Stacy last year with 51 catches for 622 yards
SITE Bryant-Denny Stadium (capacity 70,123)) nation coming into the contest, lost on was. Siran Stacy is, in my opinion, the and five touchdowns.
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The Picks I Bartley likes role as silent defenderBy I

to.Dorothy Langford, a four-month veteran employeeof
AAA explained the best route to Tuscaloosa is via SHARON GINN
Interstate 10.
Alligator Staff Writer fa
For those of you not familiar with 1-10, it would be
easiest to describe the highway by its unforgettable On a UF defense stockpiled with
scenery. All-American candidates, at least one
Yeah, right. player doesn't give much thought to all

1-10 is about as exciting as attending an insurance the hype.
seminar. Ephesians "Fee" Bartley just wantsto

So, in Alligator fashion, the Prestigious Panel of play. And his coaches say Bartley
does everything he can to make that
Picks Prognosticators has come up with an alternate
route. happen.

Head north on 1-75, find a gas station whose owner Bartley, a 6-foot-3, 211-pound out-
has teeth, ask him for directions and basically wing it. side linebacker, may not be the most
Langford wouldn't condone our actions but she did recognizable name on UFs defense.
it UF will win But he doesn't care if people know
say that whether we make or not,
Saturday. more about Huey Richardson or Rich-
Sports Editor/Alligator Cruise Director Ron "I'd ard Fain than they do about him.
rather nuke Georgia than drive through it" Kaspriske, "It really doesn't matter," said
who leads all pickers with an impressive 7-3 first-week Bartley, a junior. "I've been on teams
record, also likes the Gators. where I was the only (good) player."I .
Sports writer Sharon "I'm a girl and even I knew the just have fun on Saturdays. The
Tampa Bay Bucs would beat Detroit"Ginn is in second point of the game is to have fun. Hype
1 t.. with a 64 record. Ginn's travel duties include keeping Isn't what It's all about"
state troopers in the tri-state area from arresting the But Jim Collins, UF outside linebackers
I
rest of us. Hopefully, she'll charm them into giving usa coach, said Bartley contributes justas
I warning for driving on the wrong side of the road. much-if not more-than anybodyelse.
Assistant Sports Editor/Navigator Gregg "I lived in .
Georgia for three years and I never knew Alabama was "He's a playmaker," Collins said.
the next state over* Doyel will do his best to assist "Others you can coach forever and
I Kaspriske in getting to Alabama. they don't make any plays. But he has,
Hopefully, hell do better than his first-week 5-5 a knack for (00.) "
record. Bartley made 70 tackles last year, 46
Token news room picker Dan "I wouldn't go with of them solo.He started ten games,two
I
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linebackerfor
you guys to Alabama if the Pope was playing
\ the Tide" Evans tied Doyel with a 5-5 record. a strong safety. ,
Sports Writer/Wrestling Columnist Alex "I'm goingto Last week, in his first game back atoutside'linebacker

Miami this weekend because I heard there's a good ,. Bartley had four UF SPORTS INFO
wrestling match on TV" Marvez was dead last with a tackles, three' of which were unas- Outside linebacker Fee Bartley says he likes to go about his business
4-6 record.PiMwAtfOUihcMii.- sisted. quietly: and effectively.He .
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<. ,.........- *Uf'21-13' ;GDU'31.71Go; UF"1AM; carries over to the game." ented. "He's a great hitter with excellent
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I ; ; But Collins said Bartley does even "If you ask him'to perform something range,* Bates said. "He has a' lot of
more than just work hard at practice. he goes out and works at It." athletic ability and dedication."

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I1 i11414111 iIi i i a Nof ofioa[ly associaid with try, Ullyty I$ F ond. VOLUME 84, NUMBER 14 Publ,.hld by Cm Comm., malo Ic It Ga6,e,1I F17ndi FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1990 University leaders discuss budget cut options By MIKE BRUSCELL Ailgator Staff Writer JACKSONVILLE -Statewide, public university leaden are circling their financial wagons and searching for the least painful way to trim programs in the face of budget cuts. Following the lead of UF President John Lombardi, university presidents who met with state education officials in Jacksonville onThursdaysaid theyalsomay recommend canceling summer classes. Leaders of five of the nine schools said the losses could also wipe out some administrative positions, graduate student slots and capital improvements. "We've got to eliminate the costs, but I don't want to eat away the heart of the university," said Florida Atlantic University President Anthony Catanese, a former dean of UFs College of Architecture. Catanese is faced with erasing $2.7 million from his budget by next week. Gov Bob Martinez told all state agencies to trim 5 percent of their planned budgets earlier this week, blaming a sluggish econ omy and overestimated state revenues for the shortage of money. UF leaders decided Wednesday that the best way to meet those cuts was to elimmate this years Summer A and C terms Officials will discuss that proposal today at the second half of the Board of Regents meeting in Jacksonville The board is the 13-member panel that governs the nine state universities. Catanese said similar cancellations, eliminating some administrative posts and releasing adjunct professors are all possiblties for the Boca Raton-based FAU. traders at Tallahassee's Florida Agricul see Budght, page 8 Military scour areas Comic named to play Growl By JACK REJMAN Alhgator Writer for clues B DONYA CIURIE Alligator Staff Writer They gathered before most students were even thinking about getting up for class, milling around a small campus field, munching doughnuts and drinking orange juice at sunrise. After listening to directions and spraying themselves with bug repellent, about 150 military personnel, state officials and local law enforcement officers began searching for evidence Thursday morning. They wouldn't say what they were looking for. The only thing police will say about the search is that they may find clues in the murder of five students -clues that could convict the killer. "Ican tell you right now they'll find lots of stuff in these woods today," said LL Spencer Mann, Alachut County Sheriffs spokesman. "Whether any of it has evidentlary value remains to be seen." While the stas were still out Thursday morning, Florida National Guard jeeps began pulling into the field on the corner of North-South Drive and Mowry Road. About 40 eamouag.-cad soldiers hdied around LL. Mark Hunter while he unloaded 20 metal detectors, handed Out pink fluoresce We and orange flags and gave Insmectins Jay the day ahead. The murder task Sfrce orgataed the March of woods in southwest Gaiesville near the three murder mtes and posible suspect Edward las Humphrey's Hay wailian Village apartInaL Mann said Flor ida National Guard soler and 85 Naeal recruits will add knowledge to the search. "There'san expertise in searching vey rough terrain ae, Man said. "We felt It would help Our search to have the military personnel here? The naval recruits, newly graduated cadet, from boot can at the U.S Naval Training Carter In Orlando, lined up at lIuV 00 W, QL CIeMfruith l.O lnd. NaylSTrainhiCenter probe eedslongthelbank of Hggnts Creek Thueday acme. fom the smeldeece arbens of we of the pousie muoS' vsrsopts. Edwir Humphrey. New York comedian Paul Provenza will join Jeff Foxworthy Oct. 19 in this year's Gator Growl, the show's producer said Thursday Growl Producer Brian Guenther said he didn't sign Provenza earlier because the comedian was already booked to perform at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on the same night as Growl Provenza, who has acted and done stand-up p comedy forthepast 15years,PCaven canceled the UNC show when he was invited to Growl, the nation's largest student-run pep rally He is high-energy, off-beac, very expressive and talksalot aboutgirlfnends, yuppie anxiety, growing see Comedian, page 7 WSJ leaders to run for top SG positions By CARE SEAL Alligator Writer The White Student Union wants to take its cause to a higher plane. Saying they want to stop Affirmative Action at UF, the group's president, Mark Wright, and vice president, Steven McCormick, want to take over Student Government a vice president and president of the student body, respectively. McCormick said some students have asked him to mn for the top job and he's been working on his presidential campaign ideas for several weeks "It'll be sort of like a mainstream extension of the White Student Union," McCormick said. I'm tired of the way this university is biased against non-Hispanics and non-black students," he said. McCormick pointed out that he is a minority himself because his mother is Colombian. We WSU, page 4 Memorial week planned for murder victims.5 Bartley goes about his business quietly. 20 Islas Sunk, one 5 FUF

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2, ALUGATUR, FRIDAY SET-EMBER 14. 199J WHAT'S HAPPENING Have a ast: Thirtyone seats for City Commission Advisory Board are available to students. Applications available in Student Government office. Call 392-1665 social: The Prc-Legal Honorary Society meets tonight at 10 for a social. Call Lindsay at 3349453 Got happy: The Psi Chi Psychology Club meets tonight at 5 at Farah's for a happy hour. Everyone welcome. Call Lisa at 336-0271. Mineudty: The Minority Preprofessional Association is having a general meeting Sunday night at 6 in Reitz Union Rooms B74. 75. Call 335-7247, Anthropology: The Florida Anthropology Student Association meet, today at 4:30 in Turlington Room [bl. Call Michael at 378. 5497. Dlnomr and servIce.: The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation is having services tonight at 7 and dinner at 8 at 16 NW 18th St. Cost is $4.75 for members and $5.75 for students. Reservations due by noon today. Call 372-2900. Fellwup: Intervarsity Christian Fellowship meets tonight at 7 in the Reitz Union Room346. Everyone welcome. Call 378-1784. Jewish Gators: The Reform Jewish Gators Shabbat Services are tonight at 7 at the Hillel House in upstairs library. All are welcome. Call [arry at 372-2900. Pre-med: There will be an oriun. station for pre-medical students today at 4 in 215 little Hall. Call 3921521. Gatoombles: Today's Gatorobics session will be in the Florida Gym at 5. Bring picture ID and foe card. Call 392-0581. CARIBSA: CARIBSA meets tonight at 9 for a social at Regency Oaks. Call Megan at 378-8783 UFRgbfly e Men'sRugbyClub opens their 1990-91 season tomorrow at 2 p.m. against Palm Beach at Lake Wauburg South. Gary Gordon and friend.: The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation presents a comedy.song presents. tion aboutlife in college tomorrow at 9 p.m. at 16 NW 18th St. Members free, $2 students and $3 others. Call 372-2900. Party on: The Graduate Assistants United meets Saturday for a fall party at 3 at Corry Village Club House. Open to all graduate assistants. Call Gau at 392-0274. Dog wash: The guide dog puppy raisers are having a dog wash and dip day Saturday from 8:30 .m-3 p.m. at the Pooch Parlor on Northwest 6th Street. Call 376.8583 for appointment. Gene Hfalmig UFs Recreational Sports Department is having a fish. ing contest Saturday at Lake Wauburg. All students. staff and faculty invited. Call 392-0581. Fun and Son: -he UP Recreation. al Sports Department is hosting Lake Wauburg Day Saturday 10a.m. -5 p.m. Volleyball, fishing, music and more. A shuttle from the Florida Gym provided. Call 392-0581 Let'sgo tuing The Gay and Lesbian Student Union will be going tubing Saturday at 11 a.m. Meet be' hind the Institute for Black Culture at the corner of 15th Street and University Avenue. Call 332-0700. Judaism: The Women's Judaism Discussion Group is having a bagel brunch Sunday at Hillel, 16 NW 18th St, Cost is $2. Call 372-2900. The Blue Gratto own Se FIsh Ing Adventis: The Gator Outdoor Recreation Program presents a full day of fishing Sunday in St. Augus. tine $37.50 students and $40 general public. Sign up at the Reitz Union Program Office Room 330 before 3 p m. today. Call Chris at 392-1655, PicnIc and BBQ: Ile Pre-Vetennary Club is holding its annual pic. nic and barbecue Sunday at 11 a m. at Lake Wauburg. Call 3347205. Heads Up: Te UF Women's Soc. cerClubwill be holdingpractices on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays 5:15-7:15 and Wednesdays 5:45 7:45, at Naguire Field. Call Steve at 335.298 or AllIsom at 334-8540. La.: The Florid laicosse Club will practice Mondays, Wed. nndays, and Fridays at 4 p.m. at Hum Field beginning Sept. 17. Call 336.1a73. Got T.gh: The lishiryu Karate Club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 4:304 p.m. in the Women's Gym. 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WSU may lose SG By CARRIE SAL Alligator Witer Time is running out on the White Student Union. The group has until Tuesday to find the faculty adviser it needs to continue functioning as a registered student organization at UF. If it doesn't, the WSU will lose its privilege of receiving Student Government money and using UP facilities, such as meeting In the Reitz Union or having an office on campus. All student organizations have to register as a student group each year, said Reitz Union Program Assistant Pam Lovely. The WSU hasn't sent in its said. Teaching assistant agreed to be WSU's advi quit in June because of, rumors that tied the con the Ku Klux Klan. WSU Vice President mid finding another ad easy. "I guess irs not goin ormick said. "We haven too hard." He said the reason th cerned about an advise waiting to hear aboutaco privileges paperwork yet, she the American WSU is claimi Russ Schneider adviser is unco ser last spring, but ACLU to take it edi coverage and "We think w troversial group to in this,"he said have an ifipor Steven McCormick student group. tviser hasn't been able function organization." g so good," McCt been pursuing it e group isn't conr is because it is implaint it filed with WSU sent in ago and expect about a month, ?art of the viser is to have tion," Lovely San FRIDAY, SEPEMBER 14, IND,AIUGA R.3 if adviser not found Civil Liberties Union The WSU President Mark Wright said the ng that requiring a faculty group will continue to look for an adviser institutional and is asking the But i it doesn't find one, it will operate as is case, McCormick said. an unofficial group until it does, he said. have a constitutional case "We'll keep meeting as a group offriends," "The faculty adviser doesn't he said. tant function in running a He also said the group, which McCormick It doesn't perform a invalusaid has about 20 members, will keep growin the affairs of a student ing, with or without an adviser McCormic said he isn't too upset about the complaint about a week the whole ordeal, and he said the WSU has a to hear from the ACLU in won its fight even without an adviser. McCormick said. "Our group was a victory no matter how reason to have a faculty adyou look at it," he said "It proves the essencontact with the administratally non-racist character of the white comId. unity Frothing fox worries public health officials By MATFIEW saxE A Aligator Writer A fox with rabies symptoms captured An a northwest Gainesville neighbor hood Thursday could be a sign of another outbreak of the disease among local animals, say public health officials. Leonard Arcidicano, environmental health director for the Alachua County Public Health Unit, said an increased number of rabin cases within the city could warrant a quarantine. "last year, w had a rabies quarantine for four months," Arcidicano said. "Well declare one again if we have an unusual amount of cases in one geo graphical area." A quarantine would require animal control officials to increase patrols and destroy animals picked up in the affected are, he said. Susan Smith, a cruelty investigator for the Alachua County Humane Soci. ety, retrieved the foxfrom the200 block of Northwest 19th Avenue after Gainesville police were unable to locate county animal control officers,. "When I arrived, the animal was laying on Its side, frothing at the mouth," Smith said. "itwas hardlyable to move. The animal wss showing symptoms of what could be rabies or possibly di. temper." The fx, which Smith said probably wandered Into the city from nearby mods, was taken to Alachua County Animal Control, where It was given a lethal injection then decapitated, she said, The animal's head will be sent to the state health department in Jacksonville for a rabies test on a sample of its brain tissue, she said, with results available within two weeks. Last year, Alachua County had 21 cases of rabies, Arcidicano said. Seven cases have been reported this year. Rabies cases among humans are rare, but the disease is fatal if a series of shots is not given to preventthevirus from spreading. Smith said there are two forms of the rabies virus in animals: dumb and aggressive Both viruses cause dehydration, eye discharge and a frothing mouth, but animals infected with the dumb virus seclude themselves while those infected with the aggressive form are violent, she said. Janine Tash, a veterinarian with Aalatash Animal Hospital In Gainesville, said any animal suspected of having rabies is usually quarantined for 10 days for observation. "If the animal shows no sign of rabies in that time, then they'm probably not Infected,' she said,. Alachua County requires a rables/distemper vaccination for pets every two years. ARIt OENNeS University Police Department officer D.W. Andrews writes a $15 ticket to a student for Illegally driving through campus. More than 50 tickets were issued to students and university employees Thursday at the intersection between the Plaza of the Americas and Turlington Hall. Color-coordinated balloons help students at Career Expo By AMInC S MRDER Alligator Writer More than 600 recruiters representing 210 employers am zpmd to show up at today's Caror Expo, bifed as the largest camer fair in the SoUth Sponsomd by Student Govenent and the Caner Resogrse Caner, the wp. -s em 93 111. to 4:X pa toda at t OConnell Cater ad I Sanded as pet students Bsis to face with enyplsers, Assistant Diector of PIaceunt Vill Cas aid. "Stdeaft should ficus on the empioer that will hie for thair Inaded mrojr," Carres said. "Se serious, Contact a imary employers as paesks"I To help students and employers hiring in their nilr, a melecoordlnatld system of balloon wil be ned at tha expo, he said. This Is the third Career Expo to be held at the O'Connell Center. In the pact, the expo was held for threeday perdods at the Reitz Union Balloom, but that caused problems for students and recruiters, Canes said. "We couldfl get enough people on the BallrM),' he said. "We could only set up 108 tables. It wasn't safe, and it got hot. It got expensive for conpais. to stay in town. "Ihis way, we -n get students in who an talkto urncompnm*sand employersIt make. for a nicer hr. Carnes said UF snio should dress priaesslensy and an bring a resume If they want Is. Those seeking Intervlews or a personal coat within a particular company should be dressed prote.ahu, he said, Only labs need new ID B' '"IS"" C. MITCHELL Alligator Writer Although theCenterfor Instructional Research Computing Activities jumped the gun by requiring students to have an all-In-one ID card, other UP departments sy they'll still wait until next year before requiring the new ID. Siace Monday, CIRCA has required students who want to use its computer labs to have the $5 card,which doubles as a library card and student ID. However, Gator Dining Service, 11braary and Infirmary officials said they don't plan to folflow CICAKs lead. It will take 'at least until this time next year" to lak all medical records to the new ID card system Infirmary spokeswoman Maggie Tucker said. Although UF's libraries now accept ID cards, they also don'thave any plans to require the cards early, said Rich Bennett.whois in charge ofcirculation. Bennett said student. can check out library books using the new IDs. and the library will switch old records for students who have library cards and now have the new ID. Gator Dining also doesn't intend to require students to have the card until next sunmerorall, ID coordinator Lyn White said. But since CIRCA began requiring it for use of Its computers, many students am opting to buy the card now, she said. About 11,500 cards have been bought already, but sale, have doubled to almost 500 a day since Monday. "We're trying to make It easy on students this semester to get the card" White maid. "It's designed to help both the student and department." The new ID card Is available for $5 outside the Hub and on the Reitz Union's second floor, she said.

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4, ALLIGATR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. I9 ELSEWHERE State court upho TALlAHASSEE (UPI) -The Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday that constitutional guarantees to privacy give terminally ill patients the right to refuse life support. The court ruled in a unanimous decision that a person who has made clear that he or she does not want to be kept alive by artificial means doesnot need a judge's ruling to withhold life support. The court also ruled that if patients are unable to make such decisions for themselves, but previously expressed their wishes while in a competent state, their guardians can withhold sustenance for them. The courts ruling stems from a suit filed by the guardians of Estelle Browning, an elderly woman from Pinellas County Browning had made it clear to her guardians that she did not want to be kept alive by artificial means. The court's ruling applies regardless of whether there is an actual written living will. The court ruled that it is sufficient ifapatient hasexpressed thedesire not to be kept alive by artificial means. .ds right to die The unanimous decision was based on the privacy amendment to Flonda's Constitution "This case resolves a question of an individual's constitutional right of self-determination,' Justice Rosemary Barkett wrote "We are hopeful that this decision will encourage those who want their wishes to be followed to express those wishes clearly and completely." Browning had exercised a written "living will' stipulating that she did not wish to be kept alive artificially through any terminal illness. She also had declared that she did not wish to have food or water provided through tubes or intravenously But the ruling said such declarations need not be in writing. They also may be made through a spoken declaration or by designating in writing a proxy to make all health-care decisions in the event of a terminal or incurable illness. The ruling said such decisions need not be made solely by a legally designated guardian, but also may be made by family members or close friends Youths kill 20 on South African train JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (UPI) -Youths armed with guns and knives rampaged through a train near Johannesburg, killing at least 20 commuters and wounding dozens more in a bloody surge of black-faction violence Thursday, witnesses said. The attackcame'hnursday evening after thousands of refugees poured out of black townships east of Johannesburg seeking safety from renewed strife which has razed hundreds of homes and pushed the death toll in the sixth week of battles to more than 700. The youths opened fire and hacked out at commuters on a train bound from Johannesburg to satellite black townships, according to radio reports and witnesses, The witnesses said bodies were strewrn on the tracks and described scenes of terror aboard the train, including people jumping from windows. They said about six black youths carried out the attack. "It'saslaughterhouseout there,a bloody slaughter house," paramedic Joe van Wyk said. "It looks like about 25 dead." Later reports said the death toll could be slightly lower, but that dozens were injured. Police sealed off the train and launched a massive hunt for the attackers. Dozens of ambulances were Wsu from page 1 He said his Dignity Party will stand for equal opportunity for all students.Theparty haryettoniume a treasurer candidate, but McConuick said he is considering a few students. Student Body President Michael Browne said the two ar welcome to run in the spring elections, but he had some harsh words for the new SG candidates. "Its their right to run, It. their right to rnn around campus like idiots and it's their right to, as always, talk about things without learning the whole story" Browne said. "But the students here am sick of hearing their names and their pathetic whiners. "Their ticket could be called ignorance -a new beginning," summoned from across the city to ferry the injured from staging points near the train to nearby hospitals in and Mound Johannesburg, In eastern townships, women, children and infant refugees from violent clashes crowded into the halls, passagesand staimrellsoftlinicsand amajorhospital, collapsing with exhaustion. They refused to return to areas of the stricken townships of Thokoza and Katlehong and the decimated squatter camp of Phola Park after savage fighting surged late Tuesday and authorities cut off their power supplies. In the nation's largest black township of Soweto, south ofJohannesburg, police reported firing teargas and bird shot to separate marauding rival groups, but continued to find bodies in isolated spots. Township dwellers, apparently beginning to target police, have shot or stabbed to death at least four lawmen this week -two on Thursday. The African National Congress has accused police of siding with its arch rival, the exclusively Zulu Inkatha, and senior members said township residents were becoming increasingly hostile to security forces as South Africa's worst-ever suburban fighting, which flared Aug. 12, raged almost out of control. Browne said.Maybe David fuke (a former Ku Klux Klan leader) can give them some campaign help." He said the Dignity Party Is guaranteed at lent nine votes from the nine WSU members he believes the group has. Wright said the new party will give students a chance to vote for a different kind of candidate. lfWell give people an opportunity to vote who are against this type of discrimination (racebased scholarships and race-barsed job qualifications)," he said. 1e ar against these things and Michael Brmwne Is for them, and we want to give the student body a cholce. Wright said the main point of his and McCormick's candidacy Is anti-Affirmative Action, but he does have other ideas. "Because Affirmative Action reaches all corners of this univ. sity from administration to law school to economic aid, it touches everybody," Wright said. McCormick said one of his ideas is to decrease class sizes by limiting the number of students entering UF. He also said he wants admission standards to be a matter of public record, so alumni can see that people ae being let in below the required standards. Wright said he wants dormitory rooms to be assigned on a firstcome, first-sarve basis and all fnanocial aidto b bse on students' need., not on their rnae. "People am fed up with seeing people with lower qualifications admitted over them," Wright said. But Browne said McCormick and Wright won't get a chance to carry out their plans because their ticket is going to be easy to beat. "That would be a dream ticket to run against" LATIN AMERICANS COME CELEBRATE WITH US CENTRAL AMERICAS INDEPENDENCE DAY THIS SAT. SEPT. 15 AT 5 30 PM PLACE: CROSSROADS CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720 SW 2ND AVE. 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FRIDAY, SEFrEMBER 14, IM.o, AlIGAR, 5 Federal funds assist local murder investigation By DONYA CURRIE Alligator Staff Wrter lbe federal government is giving investigators about $942,000 -mome than twice what Gov. Bob Martinez asked for -to help fund the $50,000-a-day Gainesville murder investigation. Tracking the killer of five students put such a strain on local and state agencies that Martinez wrote to U.S. Attorney General Richard fhornburgh Aug. 31 asking for $400,000, said John Peck, Martinez's press secretary. Thornburgh sent the check Wednesday night. "We certainly were pleased," Peck said. "When you put in a request like hope for anything you can get." that, you Tie money comes from the Emergency Federal Law Enforcement Assistance Program, a $1.2-million hind set up six years ago to help police in emergencies. "This aid is necessary to provide an adequate response to a law enforcement emergency," Thornburgh said in a press release. "Indeed, the entire nation is appalled by these slayings." Florida Department of law Enforcement officials will distribute the money to everyone involved in the investigation, Peck said. The murder task force is made up of investigators from Gainesville police, the Alachua County Sheriffs Office, the Florida Highway Patrol, the FDLE and the FBI. The investigation has cost about $750,000 so far, said Alachua County Sheriffs spokesman Il. Spencer Mann. flat does not include the cost of bringing in about 120 military personnel to search for clues in the woods of southwest Gainesville. To say this is going to put a financial strain on us, there's no question it is," Mann said. Gainesville police are spending about $20,000 a day, or $6,000 above normal costs, budget director Pat Callahan said. "We're going to approach six figures here pretty soon," Callahan said, citing a $90,000 total cost as of Wednesday morning that includes payment for 3,230 overtime hours. City and county officials said enough money is set aside each year to cover emergentle. such as this investigation, which is in its third week. iocal and state law enforcement agencies have been working double shdts to keep up high patrols. "Weshould beOKbytheendoftheyear," Gainesville Budget Director Rick Mills said. "We're not going to go insolvent or anything." UF police, the FDLE, the FBI and the FHP have not added up their costs yet, officials said, but they said the long hours are taking their toll. "We're still on no days off," UF police spokeswoman Angie lipton said. "It's getting tough. We're hoping to work something out soon to get some time off for our officers without lessening campus security." Thirty state troopers are helping the eight FHP officers responsible for patrolling Gainesville and Alachua County, Maj. Ernie Leggett said. SEARCH flrpa MI Hawaiian Village around 9:30 this morning armed with five-foot poles. Tey wete to spend the day poking around in search of loose dirt, an exercise one recruit said was "better than KP." Unlikeawooded warch one and a half years ago for missing UF student Tiffany Sessions, the troday project will be more detail-oriented, Mann said. About 700 volunteers, including 300 UF students, spent Feb. 19, 1989. looking for Sessions' body and asking neighbors for possible leads, Thi. Is more targeted." Mann said. Is going to be very metlculou. When they're done, you can say every inch of that property has been gone over." In addition to metal detectors, trackers brought 10 police dogs, four squared-off canoes for searching swampy areas and crime-lab equipment for testing clues. 'The group will search a total of about 1,500 wooded acres, Mann said, Task force members have been searching the creek next to Hawaiian Village since last week, and they entered Humphrey's apartment Sept. 6. Mann called that search and one of Humphrey's car and family home in Indialantic "successful." Humphrey is one of four top possible suspects in the stabbing deaths of Sonja Larson, Christina P. Powell, Tracy Paules, Manuel Taboada and Christa Leigh Hoyt Week set to remember victims By ANNE-lARIE PANKOWSKI Aligator Writer Students and residents are asked to wearwhite ribbons, plant trees and sign cards next week in remembrance of the five college students found murdered last month. The Community Crisis Coordi. nation Team -composed of Up and Santa Fe Community College administrators, residents, clergymen, businessmen and law en forcement officials -has designated September 16-23 as a week to remember SFCC student Christa Leigh Hoyt and UF students Sonja [arson, Christina P. Powell, Tracy Paules and Manuel Taboada. UF and SFCC students were able to grieve at a memorial service last week, said Cory Adler, director of community affairs for the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce. Gainesville citizens didn't have that chance. "The regular person on the street feels helpless, (and) this will give them a chance to do something," said Adler, who is also a member of the crisis team. Area residents have been asked to display white ribbons on trees, car antennas, mailboxes and businesses, she said. "Students can really help by wearing the white ribbons to let each other know that they ae not alone," Adler said. Tne ribbons will be available at UF next week, said Jaquelyn Resnick, a psychologist at UF's Counseling Center. Other activities planned for the week include the "Adopt-ATree" program, in which individuals and businesses can buy trees to plant as a living memorial to the five students, Adler said A tree-planting ceremony has been sched. uled for Sept. 21, but a time and place have not been decided Poster-size cardswill beat area shopping malls for people to sign and thank investigators, she said tie R I FOUND INSURANCE. ED HOUSE ..on I S u ,. 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6, ALLGAIOR FRIDAY, SEPrEMBER 4, I99 OPINIONS Darts &.laurels LAUREL to Student Government Productions, SG's concert-producing arm, for signing the Smithereens to play a free concert in the UF bandshell. Concerts are something very visible that SG can give to students in return for the $70 they pay in Activity and Service fees each semester. It's also good to see SGP looking for bands that are targeted toward a college-age audience, unlike the Fleetwood Mac Homecoming kick-off concert. Granted, the band's popular, but it's also old. And its music really isn't the sound most college students prefer. On that note, we're also giving a DART to SGP for signing a band that costs so much the group has to play in the O'Connell Center and students have to fork out $10 for tickets. Last year's B-52's concert in the Bandshell was free the way Homecoming activities should be. We believe students would much rather see a free concert by a group that isn't as well known as Fleetwood Mac. DART to Student Body President Michael Browne for agreeing to let SG campaigns last 2 1/2 weeks, a week longer than past campaigns. We've said before we think this will have an adverse affect on students, causing them to become apathetic rather than well-informed. Senators approved the extended campaign period Tuesday for the second time. The first bill was stopped when Browne vetoed it, saying he thought campaign time should be limited. We thought so too. But it looks like students will to suffer another week each fall and spring under a more pounds of colored paper. have few LAUREL to SG and Florida Blue Key for sponsoring this week's voter registration drive on campus, We hope students take advantage of this more-than-convenient opportunity to register to vote in the November general election, which includes the governor's race. Students are known for their abysmal voting record, and yet they're quick to speak up when the government does something they don't like, such as threaten the right to an abortion or cut the budgets of agencies that directly affect them. Through this voting drive, students don't even have to go downtown to register or change their address on the rolls. SG has brought the paperwork right to your classwrom doors. This is your chance to make a difference and to say something about the way this state is run -don't pas it up. Mandll Editor M.D. Cumella Editor 'A. Plurnkett Opinions Editor Jacqueline RNader Wt., -"ser tmeld -m. 201 wasi 0o4A "W WO pq.I Tor ft SIX! dWaMd Thus 1 Mr use li a isd nam. masds -ni teWosea. SWl es a 37-44iMr 16 a1 ..n U. AK n -N 77t7am, .,.4 Locking or 3ud* Eauii What happened to the Plastic cups? The times they are a changing' at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Steve Spurrier Real grass New uniforms. A passing attack Paper cups. Paper cups? What's going on here? Is nothing sacred? The University Athletic Association said it would save between $25,000 and $35,000 a year by using paper cups. nat makes sense. Money is always the bottom line. They forgot about the mystique of plastic cups Few stadium vendors sell drinks in plastic cups. UF was a cut above the rest Think of the high school recruit who spots a vendor and buys a coke in a lousy paper cup. "Just another school," hell say to his football buddies back home. "Don't bother going there I thought they had class. Maybe FSU has plastic cups." Most of all, think of the UP student. Can ay upperclassmen y they don't have at least one plastic football cup in the kitchen cabinet? Next party, see how long it takes until the host breaks out the HF football cups, College students don't have extra cash. Those that do aren't going to spend it on cups. mat's where the post-game cup wars come in. Fans would dig under bleachers forany plasticcups they could find. If they saw someone else with cups, they would ask for the cups and then beat the poor Hunting is not cruel or immoral Editor: I found the Sept. 10 Alligator column written by Robert Raulerson, Don't hunt -go caneing instead olfenstre. It was filled with ihage.sthathave nothing to do with hunting. he coluton satitauter view pa'b'y the hunter s a thoughtloskdierwho chargesthroughthe wood. wreaking unrepairable carnae Nothing could be further hiam the truth. I mn a hunter and proud to call myselfose. Famn a hnltltoin hbra hunting as a small boy tag along with my father. I ham been indled with the values of gun ai, conservaion, ethical judgment and the value of life. No one appreciates the value of life or the beauty of nature more thp a lt. Few peoplA fslaly no Dave Hargrave JUST FOR LAUGHS soul into submission if he or she didn't immediately cough them up. Last year, one fart had a great stack of cups going. As others cheered him on, this guy darted to any (up he saw and his stack was almost 20 cups high Rt extended well over his head What he didn't know was that when he squatted to get two or three cups two girls were taking four or five off of his stack. He never did figure it out. After the Oklahoma State game, fans just stood up and walked out Some looked under the seats in their row, but saw nothing but paper. Something must be done. Students should bring all of their cup from past seasons to the next game and strategically place them throughout the stadium Throw them into the garbage cans and watch how many people jump in after them But don't give them away because then freshmen will never know the thrill of a good, old-fashioned, no-holds-barred cup war. They may not know the thrill of owning cups either. Dam Hargram is a UFjousnedsm setir. spend more time in the woods experiencing nature's wonder than a hunter. Hunters have high standards; wearing camouflage clothing and running through the woods with a gun does not make you one. Hunting does not require its W ticlianit. to be redireck,; or cracken. The hunting ranks ar hi of doctor, lawyer, and otherprte.slonals, both malesand finale.The stereotypical dumb redneck ts often employed by and-huntrs in a attenet to porky housat al some sort of second-iad ciMan. It just doewet bold true. Iauermsn caded himself a 10year-old bumer when he killed birds with hi. BE gun. "1 mowed them down a. If they were eaemIeg he wite. Shooting nongain. animals is not hunting. It's a kid inning around unhupemsed with a gun. According to Raulermon, hunt-, ing is cruel Nature is more so Cruel is entire deer herds starving to death due toa population higher than nature can sustain. Starvation is a slow and painful process. A hunter harvests deer In a quick, humane manner, much preferred to strtin, Hunting is a oservuion tool tricky .aaagsd by gpVarrfment ansonapnhehotaad satin the oP sU NI popalalOn. As those an fool al poirs of lawge am hutANg l s is a nateoal Assas at mkitalning d poisdwriga--etcame anla fllma aim huns. H f a las cuiod or morally wrhf.; It is a vtry necessary maqagaint practie with deep traditmdal background. If hunting is wr aholihd, thee will be severe mid detrimental environinti 1macts Ws Doiy 2111F

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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1990, AlIGAOR 7 COMEDIAN from page 1 up and growing old, said J. Wilhiams, the booking agent for both comedians. He should complement Foxworthy, an Atlanta native who is more mellow and pokes fun at rednecks, Williams said. "Now you got redneck, and it's he said. Guenther said Foxworthy could a Yankee and a a great combo, he had thought do the show by himself, but he changed his mind after seeing Provenza perform a couple of times. "I thoughthe would complement Foxworthy real well and hit a different group of people," Guenther said. Williams said Thursday that Provenza would perform at UP, even if it had meant canceling his entire 12-city college tour. "I know what this show can do for a comic, and I was willing to do what I could so that he could per. form," Williams said. The comedian made his standup debut at the Improvisation club in Manhattan when he was 17. Since then, he has appeared on "e Tonight Show with Johnny Carson" "late Night with David Letterman" and has hosted his own Home Box Office special He also starred in an ABC sitcom. "Tie Pursuit of Happiness," hasanewweekly show on the MTV "Ha! channel that will premiere this fall and just shot a half-hour Showtime comedy special that also will air this fall. Provenza has acted in many television shows, including "Miami Vice" and "Dynasty" He also played the son of an alcoholic father in the CBS television movie. "Under the Influence He recently won the Theater World Best Actor Award for his performance as a stand-up comic in the off-Broadway play "Only Kid ding Homecoming director Robert Sniffen also said Thursday that U S Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell will be this year's keynote speaker at the Blue Key Homecoming Banquet in the O'Connell Center The annual invitation-only banquet, which is being dedicated this year to former UF President Stephn C O'Connell, is organized by Blue Key for its members, alumni, state businessmen and politicians Mitchell, a Democrat from Maine, also served as a U S. District Court judge Although he hasn't announced the speech's topic, Mitchell has firmly supported arms control and the Clean Air Act, Sniffen said U.S Sen Bob Graham, a UF and Blue Key alumnus, will be the banquet's toastmaster -DON'T LIVE : IN FEAR! BE PREPARED GUARDIAN-T ULTIMATE SELF PROTECTION DEVICE FOR NWEVIOLENT PEOPLE sECUTY FLASNLOH4T "orwds paeid dlli GAS DiSPENSING FLASHLIGHT West. I, as 2 1 ri C ain iv .,8 ,M e ,s.ru. A Flaight ams dece day On N Looks narmless & s in cocker RAPE ROBBERY MURDER NEVER LET IT HAPPEN AGAIN PROTECT YOURSELF SQUIRTS STREAM OF LIQUIDGAS DISAPL ING 8 MARKING ATTACK R WITH ULIRAVICAF DYI I O LRPOLCI ffrlNerpearon under h ,niOf nraliMiracr acha SENDNAME ADDRESS WITH $, CHECK OR MONEY ORD H TO GET SAFE INDUSTRILS 1021 SECOND STREE T COVINGTCN IN 47932 1004 ---------------------------------------------.-----------------------------------------------------------------------STUDENTS! YOU'RE INVITED TO AN E LUS E VI ING OF DAi 6 lETEO INECENCY SUNDAYS ARE 1/2 PRICE DAY FOR STUDENTS ONLY! STUDENTS! Is GIRI.S GIRLS GIRLS AT CAFE RISQUE TOPLESS BREAKFAST 24 HRS A DAYI SUNDAYS AT CAFE RISQUE WE GIVE STUDENTS SOMETHING SPECIAL -AND HERE'S WHAT YOU GET: 1st -The Most Beautiful Girls In Florida 2nd -1/2 Prics Cover at the Door Then -Enjoy ANYTHING ON OUR MENU FROM 5pm till 11pm at 1/2 the REGULAR PRICE INCLUDING DRAFT BEER & SOFT DRINKS Must Be Over 18 -STUDENT ID REQUIRED Sharon Attas Andrea Berman Ivy Bolner Debbie Brookoff Melissa Brosman Stephanie Brown lenny Buchbinder Andrea Cohan Stacey Cohen Haley Coward Debbie Oirector jeni. Dombch,k Devorah Epstein Beth Goodman Stacy Cordon Pam Cropper Nicole Hamson Dna Heiss Beth Kaiser false Kalesh Jana Kat Natalie Korh Ter Koch )anm Levy Stacey Libnman Brndie Lipinsky Sharon Malach Kim Marcus Metissa Miller Deena Moidofn Jennifer Morrs Stacey OCsn lennfer Raber Rachel Rogers Kann Schapiro Yael Schapiro Andrea Scher Nicole Scher Dana Schindler lod Segal Rachel Selber 0mnt Shimioni Caie Silberman ton Silverman Allison Speasman Suan Ste'ner Carol Strauss Risa Tishmian Susie teeman liene VnGelder Meissa Zalkin We V P.C. '90 A.TD.T. U THE SISTERS OF ALPHA EPSILON PHI CONGRA7TUJATE C

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S. ALJGATOR FRIDAY, SEFrEMBER 14, 199 Many upset by summer cuts By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Witer As news spread across UF Thursday that most of next summer's terms may be canceled to save money, students were angered to find their graduation dates botched and their finances endangered Administrators debated Wednesday on a way to chop about $8.4 million from the school's budget, a cut mandated by Gov Bob Martinez and his Cabinet earlier this week Eliminating summer terms A and C would be least painful to students, they decided But students disagreed 1 thinkthey need to makethe cuts somewhere else, said public relations senior Dionna Gyebbia. Gebbia, who would only need 12 more credits to graduate, said she can't overload herself in the spring because her last few classes are intense Paying more tuition, she said, is worth gradu ating on timeand administrators should consider that option "You pay a price for your education," Gebbia said. "If you feel strongly enough about it, thats what you have to do I'm so excited that the end is near and I hope they don't spoil it for me I want my degree from UF." Scott Mullendore, a marketing senioronly needs four more credits to graduate in summer and the one class he needs is offered only during Summer C By working the summer and staying an extra fall semester, Mullendore said he will graduate But the money and time he will lose is a huge, unexpected inconvenience, he said. "If they do it, it will completely min my whole career," he said. "UD"T from pae1 tural and Mechanical University also said the financial future looks bleak. "It's a treacherous thing for us." said FAMU President Frederick Humphries, who added that cutting summer classes is something well serously have to think about But Florida State University President Berme Sliger said the $6.8 million his school has to return to state coffers may not mean skipping all summer classes. When he meets with his budget committee next week. Sliger said he hopes to avoid canceling an entire summer session and instead cut some summer classes. "Tell us this is the amount of money we have to give back and then we'll do it, Sliger said. University of North Florida Presi dent Adam Herbert said he won't decide on options for theJacksonville university until meeting with his vice presidents next week. Although the $1.4 million Herbert will lose does not equal UF's cuts, he said UNF may feel them as deeply Because it's a smaller university, UNF staffs some student affairs departments with as few as one person. and some layoffs could mean the elimination of an entire department, he said. All the state universities will share the budget burden to some extent, UF Provost Andrew Sorensen said 'U'-LOCK a Pummit icmem SAVANT MEMBERS Get psyched for a great semester! First meeting: Tue., Sept. 18 at 8:00 pm JWRU Rm B-73 ACURA OWNERS YOU G WITH EN1NE OLAND RLTER CHANGE $14.95 ACURA. MEN5" FUTONS FRAMES& ACCESSOIES 8 Ead Urivenlty 375-3158 i GATORPIZZA i iriLage Pla 378-8202 400Nsttiiy@. I I I -I September September 14 17-28 September 26-27 October 3-4 October 8 October 8-9 October 11 October 13 GatorByte MACINTOSH '90 S ALE Macintosh sr 2 Meplyte RAM, 40 MB Hard Disk MouseSystem Software, and HyperCard. K keyboard sold separately -Apple keyboard $88, Extended keyboatd $158. See at the UF Maciest In front of te Capnn. Shop I lookSoe, SepEmber 13 14. For complete deads stop by and see the easy to lean, easy to use ApplieMxc uhcmpu at the UP Campos Shop andMBookstoreM&oiday through Fnday 8:00am to 6.00pm orcll 392-0194 and ask fte Apple cnslats-. wjgfl, h 0.M d.ApplecompuTrInc. *u~~~~p#.~fe 1pj. Wcn -A$ h1 ht LoI MlV. HaMtteoh of APO, C. o Last day to turn in student ticket order form -4:30 p.m. Gate 13 of Stadium Student Coupon pick-up, Bring fee card and picture ID to Gate 13 of Stadium. Handicap ticket sales at the University Box Office. $8 CASH ONLY. Bring ID. Faculty and staff sales at the University Box Office. $8 cash. Block seating applications due at Gate 13. Student coupon/ticket redemption at Gate 13. If ayadhfle guest coupons will be sold at this time. Block seating pick-up at Gate 13 General public sales at the University Box Office. $8.00 cash. IQuestions? Come by our office in Rm 310 at the JWRU I I I I I I .4--I TO MD DU[ For further information call the homecoming/Gator Growl ticket office: 392-5435 (11 DB @MML

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10, AUJIGAITR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1990 BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND igato lassifieds FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED FURN20BR,15 iwalktoUF.S187mo call 377 4522 after spmr 9-185--1 Secure Your Apartmenit Basic cMst $525 Portable guerda li peSg ay use for into call Blue Gater Ent 377 6918 9 14 3-1 FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Walk [o Santa FE CC I BR $270 $280 2 lRO $335 NEW Townhouse $440 Soc Plus LMR Poor aundry nocats or dogs Sana Fe Trace ApIs 378-1190 12 14 76 2 Oak Glade ApEs near UF & VA. quiet washer dryer available in most units FOr $20 mo Cars Allowed IB 20, 1 A 2 Bath $2S0 $175 sec & mr 372 6422 12 14 '6 1 INCREDIBLE Efficiency Api Sterling at $2351 2 Bedroom MEADOWCRES7 110 NW 391h Ave 378-3988 1234 3. 1 Check Our Now SpecialsAll Anil. Availasble FURNISED UNFURNISHED Roommales Available Wee a No REGE NCY OAKS 378 5766 323D SW Archer Road COUNTRY GARDENS 373 4500 2001 SW 1S6r Street 12 14 76 2 SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM APT ONLY $273/MO LYONS APT 4000 SW 20TH AV 3771797 12 F4 76 2 1 block 10 UF large rooms. HilT paid, locked mailbox cable nice $150 175! also I bd Olt Close to campus uil Paid uiet 376 3291 9-12 11 2 S100 ot Ist monih 5 or1' Phoonm, Apis 201rba $3253mo Close 10 US Slards all &merTleis cOert ac/t pets Ok 37S 1902 9 18 15 2 bd miOuiel complex l2 ml. Iro cam pus Fi kitchen $345 Calt 372-3389 of 378 7392 9 14-6-2 AFFORDABLE Lu x yiScul Custom iron sec doors/wndwa SW 192 bra chandeairs, call tns micro, sensor lits palo, privacy Inc From $260 331 2099 9 14 5 2 TirAd oi complex living? Try our I bed room quadraplex NW area No pets 8225'mo A Close to campus Call 372 2223 9 17 5 2 Duplex 2 bedroorn 1 bath. new Sieve refg dishwasher garbage disp AC, laundry room Fairly close to campus 8375 462 4964 9 14-3-2 2 bedroom I be $175 4 blocks from UF Ail NWi1Sst 371 7777 916 5-2 2 weeks FREE RENT 2 bdr $339 4 blocks north o UF Cwaler paid. central aIr. -421 NW 15 Street 371 7777 9.12-5-2 Walk 10 UF Studios, 1 2, 1 3 bedroomn apatments just north of U 4 NW $5 I 371 7777 118-S 2 A studio for $245 1 bedrooms $260-634 by UF, very nice, must se. 411 NW 15 Street 3717777 0-18-5-2 2 weeks FREE RENT Huge 2 bdr/2 be Bein 1000 lee i Al Apartments 34 NW N Ave 371 7777 #111-2 FOR RENT: UNFURN. ROCKWOOO VILLAS 2 bdlbe witudy and unil, blinds 8600/mo Call 335-2703 9-20-2 Apartment near Norman Hail. 1114 7 Ave Id.loft, reedd perkin, central hea1/ar $325/mo 407 452-2325 0 19 5-2 COUNTRY LIVING-near Selr ST 9lat 2118 duplie, quetl wooded Area. control air pals k $285 MILL RUN-Spacious townhouse-20R, 2 5 HA Pool central air tans. deck new pain near Mall and UF $450 SOUTHFORK OAWS-2OR. I 5BA, carpel dishwasher, poal hookups $460 WALK TO CAMPUS 2R house, ai. carper lenced yard 6375 TOWNHOUSE Oit of 20 Ave, 2BR I 58A Central air, dishwasher, hookups $325 KEY MANAGEMENT 372-3060 House lor rent Buckingham 3bar' 2ba liv *ng roam, large at in kitchen library Sn porch Avalable / I 14 faculty pret 332 3078 9 14 2 2 ALOHA GARDEN APTS 1 2 3 re gar den selling near S Ands shopping flax ble lease 3009SW Archer Rd 377 0555 920 12 2 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE 1987 Skyline 14xSO 2PdIbth Excellent cond 59000 obo 336 4884 Alamar Gar dens SW 20th Ave Spitplrn muM sel l 9 t9o5 3 Best rental value Mobile homes or lota Will lake long term travel Irailers SoM' good mob homes lor sale Po quiet Arredondo Farms Mobile Home Park 3789291 12-14-63 3 4 SUBLEASE: HOUSE/APT. Sublease quiet I br turn apt now Augl4,1f01 September free. very close to UF A post office $2B/mo call Wilson at 334-5163 or 392-3850 0-14-5-4 Sublease I bdrm apt only 3 blocks trOm campus Ac/healcelling fan. pool $260/month 1-yesr lease(Sepi lree) Abi 378-4510 9 14-5-4 Need mmit to sublease apt 15 min walk to UF. turnlshed $187 me. Call 377-4522 alter @pm 9-10 5-4 Suble Turn, large 1 bdr apt until Jan 1 190. secure area In the Pines, call 3733371, 9-065-4 Studio For Rent $245 a month + util and 2 weeks free renti Just 4 blocks north of UF cali 371 7777 ask about 130 apt 28 I-I-5+4 Nice one bdrm apt 8250/mo SePSt A Oct rent paid Calaaowed 335-5761 019 4-4 Subleas. Ib/tIbe poinI West Apis Nei 10 ro, e 1t law schoOl 345 per month al 371-625 11-10-4-4 Sublease-Walk I. Campus Clesn furnished studio. next to pool A laundry 5240Wmonth. Sept Free 371-0B2leaVe meaage 5-20-5-4 Sublet beaullM 2 bedroom apt. POol. jactjl, Weight reom. clublouse. 8440. Call one S7-I2S er Andersen M900i II0--4 S ROOMMATES TREEHOUSE VILLAGE Roommatet Availeble we hour raes for tl turn Sr unur 1750pe 'o maw/mcd Mi "ro Ma Inc Reallor 375-0207 b-14-14-6 Female roommates to share 3b2 Sba Pufished toanhomes, Close to UF $200-210 11 Until 376-5431 9-14-11 5 ROOMMATE MATCHING SERVICE OOWORD MANOR Why live alone? Share expenses, but NOT bathroormI Large 3bdr/Sba town house apartments Washar/dryer mr cluded Come by rodayl 2777 SW ARCHER RD 377-2777 9 24-15-5 F roommate safe secure baulilu l condo in NW area Close to UF & SF $250 pays all. $150 security dep Call 376 5297 or 013 956 1559 9 14-9 5 I F for own rmFEa .n 2br12 Sba at Casa bianca Pariily furnished, weldry pool a crobn 8250/mo + Ij2uljI Call 335 3546 o 21-12-S SERIOUS, mature I student to Share bseulll 2 bdrm/2 12 ba Greenleaf condo on bur route FlIxible lease 5225im0 1/2 ulI 373-2500 9-10--5 Housebroken ept mate to there gorgeous downtown apt 2bdr/2ba All mod cone niences *245/mo 373 7456 9 2010 5 Female roommates needed 0 share 4bdf?3t5 houae wio arnd ho, lobh washsridryer 3 miles from, UF S275 in cludeas uiltles 373 3247 9145 LAURELS fi/ns lo own room/ba in 3bd/3ba Great amenities td Sept paid-Sf2l deP -$250 m0 Call 335 W4a7 alter 5pm 914-5.5 Female ris wanted to share? bdr/2ba apt in SPYGLASS Wanted immedIately Call 335-5691 14-4-5 &F roommates wanted to share specious secure Sbdr/Sba house 1 block from cam pus Own room available $175/mo 1/5 CIA 373.1242 9-14.4.5 Oct et, 280,BAl located in lMilhopper are. .175mo. live with a professional person. leave messag.plese 373 0330 9-17-5-5 Roommate Wented n/ F to slay Sep-Dec or lOnger 185 + 1/2 bills Slay Sep freel Call 374-0434 9-10--5 U/F roommate to share 3 br/2 5 ba townhouse at Casabnca W, $210 mo+ 1/3 utIlliles. wa/dry Included, Call John 3364288 0-18-5 F NIS owr bd;he$t. 8240/Mo + 1/2 until. caI 376-4U, IV message. 9-21 13-5 N/S M/F ic share beautlliful 2edl2bslth Marclood townhouse Washer/dryer, pool 824/mo + 1/2 Ut Call Richard 335 1421. 1-20-1-5 Female roommate wanted 1or "Ar room A own bath or 2 females to share room & bath at Oakbrook Walk. Call 371 1399 and leave menao. I-15-5-5 ROOMMATE-quiet. studio, female needed ishare2ThIbsduplexnearcampus. $16Cm. Call Lisa 3I5-U22/3767454 1-18-SSAVE 8 flisa fun reaponebie student wanted WE share sf. f2be/t. urn API *I ta pt.61.W0 + 114 0i 3M. ,410. 1-154-S **ON ROO* reman w ed IS N*a asident Short walk I. SondedCampua. alway 1/4 ui Cell -34. 920-54 I BitlA UP, Female room. lage hoCsa, Stl. AS,6 LeA malieOlS f ,n. c &level No pet. 8,50imm Call il chacatons [.1 [I is t" warns KalN t SrMs Typi Saieri s Hel Wanted tigshnene Personals pesonul$ Ccemectiona mottoes Rides pet LatIoland .J When will your ad run? Classi.d will begin TWO DAYS after they are placed Ads mailed in or placed at the Union or Shands may take THREE days to appear Ads may run fo, any length of time and be Cancelled at any time Sorry, but there Can be FEo refunds for carClled ads ROOMMATES Brandywine International Student needs American roommate n/s m Stay SeCIVec or longer abdr/iba 1885/mo for own room + 1/2 bills Jacuzi sauna, weight room, pool Alejandro 371-4885 9-17 2MNS needed to share 4bed/2be house near SFCCOaks Mall Washor/dryer, large yard, screened porch S170M0,+14ulil 332-1450 Frank 9-17 2.5 Wrned$ Sicere &F n-smoking Student to sublease 2dr/lb. kit. Ilv, deck. yard, waslvdry In big house Sept feel monthly $225+1/2u 371 2477 before Gem or after 6pm 1-24-2-5 Young couple looking for responsible roommate. own room. bath. partly furnished Pool. laundry. quiet neighbor hood 275/mo 13 utility/cable 332-4197 0-194--5 6 FOR SALE TYPESETrERVarltyper 54,0 2 Disk drlve,. 2 fhi, caseIes, # lip. annistera Facery recernd.lloed, 's"d In past 2 yr. Perfect for semal Olpftting lee Seed s1adlne lr aln se fap. Byewinalse rlgls n. C M a S ANi -dill. WOD 00, Ca The AlligalOr al 376402M W b int. *****AIR CONDIPNER**** Iarer smell REASONABLE IF-AMns e17 -" FUTWIA FRAI OeMA r-n37. I-It-I-S U How to placea classified ad: The Aligalor Oft," 1105W Unwersity AVo M F 8 am 4 pm Mai Bookstore Hub Customer Sevce Desk AS Fam 430pm Rei Union, Caser S Office M F 9aM 9pm Sat A Son -Closed Medci alookstore, Shands M F Sam 430pm By MailUse forms appearing weely in ins All galor Sorry no ash by Ia MC VISA or checks only By Phone 373-FIND: Payment by V ISA or Mastercard ONLY Five dollar minimum PA F030 4ps U How to correct ore cancel your ad:l Cancellations Call 373 FEND Mon Fr, No records can be given Alligator errorsCheck your ad the FIRST day I runs Call 373 FIND with any corrections be lre noon E ALLIGT IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor recied ads will be extended one day No refunds or creit an be given ailt, plac ng Me Ad Changos called in after the first day will not e compenmed Customer error or changes: Corrections mul be made in person at The Alligator olies BEFORE NOON There will W a 200 crrectln les FOR LAlE Alpine, Kenwoed, Sony and 0 more brenda are Oil at our New laseoil Car ereep Ipslslla1216 NW 13 s 372 207T. 12-14-76-6 MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376 1146 Editors choice Hewlett Packard Norlhgate Price lower than mail-order Systems below Include Hmb. 40mb 2Sma) Harddlskgraphics monitor MC285/12 $1106, MC Sols -$1370, Northgale 38/20 .$23H Leading Edge laptop *140 MB hd A battery -*2395. I A 2 yea; war rantles Onsite warranties Panasonic 110 printer -$1S, HP Leser Jet lip 31049 3743 W University Ave 12-14 78.6 Drteespper Car Alarms, K.40 Raear Dteter., li.laIty, Sansiul, Sony, Orlon, lemoea, Home or Car Stere Wa "I All Primes 37-3764. 12-14-76 a Nice clean modern furniture a" antiques all at reaonble prices, Came take f THE PL f HOUCS. S1 6$ 4Ab Ave. 372-577. MjC VISA -AMEX 1-17-1is1 MUNORY? Hasnto a line a" gae Plzzes for only U H Gell mft. Gisnie Pine 372-400 9,175.141 Centdron racer LeMana r CUspA 6210 Mouni, bke W "s"It Iap 8250 Bo aOal nd. 2 chford Foggat oin aus. 1"". 42-lR3 a-14-4. I floot Ie seat tan end, cnd call 38-7fl Lea. fhs*4e. $114-. I mommommommoomm E31

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FRIDAY.SEPTEMBER 14.1990. AUJGATOk It FOR SALE o BASS car stereo specialist Warehouse 'cot sales on all ca, AudiO egipmen* Gainesville students 25% all sales/nstal aioa 0-BASS 4504 SW 29th Ave G ille FL 32808 9-26206 Esd S Warehouse Recycle 372 9 71 desks. bikS, Ad. beds, stereos, tool appt lamps Save furniture doors. Speak frs able couch 428 NW St 98--6 Wireless alarm systems for apt or house complete $349 5 yr warranty panic hut Ion 120 decibel alarm Call 372 0903 or 371 3056 9-20 10 6 **** REFRIGERATOR *** 12 cubic foot 2 door G E refrigerator works well clean all shelves $160 de ivered 377-9615 9-20-106 JVC A Jarrard Zero 100 Turrtables, Ste teO cabinets w smoked glass doors Smih Corona electric typewriter $50 each Acouslad electrostatic speakers Model One + One W/ acoustad min-200 amp $1500 Peavy KB 400keyboard amp, 300 wants, 9-band eq 4 channois $325 371 6401 9-14 Washer dryer $300/set or best oiter Air corditioner w heal & air new or used Microwave cart $35 For more info cal 372 320* 9 14 Se COMPUTER AST 286 w' extended key board Zenilh VGA color monitor Panaso nrc printer $1200 Call 373 1667 9 14 4-6 MUST SELtili New single bed, new mi crowave, drafing chair, lamps. end table, 10 Speed bike Please call 336 7000 or 335 2076 9 14 4 FOR SALE WA T ERBED deluxe king S Mi WAVILESS light hoaddaard d aw's .is $300 Call Bruce 373 59?2 9 11 5 6 BICYCLE brand new 225 tb llaian acinQ bike index I 4speeds Coilunbs lubing trame and tor Asking $450obo 373 3674 9 145 6 WATERBE0FOR SALE supersingie pad fled rai andhnater $IO0o b a 335 5283 9 14 506 ALPINE #3215 graphic op W bands & 4 amps 20W ot power Gel the bost 4 your Cal Call Sebasian332 9898 S1501irm 9 14 5 6 COMPACT WASHER AND DRYER stand up Frgidaire $150 Cal' 373 2496 9 14 5 6 Boand new urter AT bike od sale Don' need and sell ng lor $220 Lye mesa 377 41SS 9 175 6 Pioneer Video Disk S2 0 DOD digital delay $50. DOD books $40 Over 2000 12 singles o d s rap dance A soul 85 s2en or bulk disc Bob 318 4003 9 1 BEDS BEDS BEDS NEW FURNITURE USED Lowest DiscounI Prices Dumas Discount 1421 NE Bah Ave 371-4422 9-28-24-6 ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering Harman Kardon Aurotek JBL Toshiba Crunch, Salr MEI VSE alarm Lanza, 125 NW 23 Ave 371 4378 12-14-76 6 I I 373-FIND BUY fT. SELL ff. FIND It. AiNgptcW Ciosnfieds allow products, s"VICes. jobs, etc to be listed Im, a director" to make it easier for waders to find your ad A simple form exptuins the tsp-by-p manner in whIch to place anad and will help you determine th. met Our Classified Advertismrg sta will be happy to nd. yor, Aflliator ClassIfleds may be placed In a number of ways: I If you hav, a vred Mastercard or Visa, you can place your ad by lophoning 373-FIND between 800 and 400pm 2. You car mall your Alligator Classifled form (with check. money order or MsturcardNisa information -no cash. please) to Alligator Clessifiods PO Box 14257 Golnaill.e, FL 32604 3 You can place your ad in person by coming to our office at 1105 W Uniterfy Awe ,be ween lam and 4pm. weekdays Our trained. fendly sb23 will be glad to help you wth your ad 4. You-n place your ad in paes at on. of The Alligator's convenient flfllO ocane ON CiMs .CATIONS: Man Bookle. Hub Mse@ bokgtn ghawa mllan. km, C& 's Oite M-F Sam-4pm M'F Sm -4 p .0-F ..a-9art sS&so -eoCI FOR SALE DISCOUNT HI-Fl 722 S Main 0 The Red Bldg WE ARE CHEAPER 12 14-76-6 CHEAP RADAR Detectors 9 Ail Brands 375 4875 9-24 20-6 ***DESKS*** (7) $75 each and 25 chairs $5 each *FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE* Call 372-3338 day 338 0004 after 7 pm 924 206 ****AI CONDTIONER**** 12,000 BTUE that fits A cools CoryrDia Mond Village Apa-irmen, under warranty 377-9615 9 17 15 6 ELITE COMPUTER SYSTEMS Simply the beat in quality. Service and price C11ll3351300 9 I-5isO CAR ALARMS Installed remote control any car truck or van fully guaranteed Will demo Call 336-9193 student IV mes sage 10-19-38 6 MOVING Must sell living room set dressers diing table & chairs, recliner matires $ arp 19coor TV almost new 371-2190 14-4 FOR SALE OAKTREE SHAZ SNGLASSES Haydan $35 Varnet $45 colC $40 Vil. Call 33S 64501 save your money 9 20 7T For Sale liecional sate $t50 part arch draw board $10 art storage car to o 0 gat fish tank full Sot up $25 Wise cor putter $900 call o, details 335 5374 9 14 3 6 Apple Computer System Includes mon, tr mou S soliware Panasonic printer $950 obo Erin 335 0744 wall sell parts 9 14 3-6 O'kes 10 and 12 speed good card rew l'res S65oaobo call Randy 371 281 9 18 5 5 Bicycle Panasonic DX 3000 Lke brand new 325 00 377 9790 9 19 3 6 For Sale Sana Sstereo had Marlt tape deck Sai speak Hitachi VCR RCA VCR, Apple 2c Computer monitor image writer 373 2895 9 174 6 FOR SALE Studi 400, ir 12 speed Like brd new 250 00 or best offer rail Mike at 336 8036 and leave message 9 to 5 6 Head tennis 'aquol saie Graphic, Pro $65 Comp Pro $60 Maglm Pro $55 slings t he To Cover in,.ladto call 378 6610 9 17 4 6 Couch A chair $200 3 occ4oai chair $Soea 2 lamps $2ea I Lamp $15 2 lamps StSea roll top desk $200 Ctrar 560 2 Iv stands $losa 2 bookcases $10 A I5 .g shampooer $30 call 332 9685 9 18 3 6 --= -= mm m -in I I I I II SI I I we 0 4as I ~ I I I II I I I I I I U I| I II I Ie cmy OF CE UKE "LY sp Ch I ma-y 9* rki:n.t ps aiman .u'. a.Itea tio~n a ys .7m 4* e.ita -Iq -a*ed FOR SALE Papasans wicker rockers, wicker odr Iur rulure baskets & more al warahuo prices Sale Fri 9-6 & SaT9 4 at Inerstate Min Storage 1 north ol Archer Rd ME Donalds on 40th Blvd 9 14 16 Men s 12 spd Motobecan, Like now s140 Call 333647 9-I) 2 6 FORMALS Sxc cond worn once 2 long white sides good 4 initiation S tea engI hfcocoed) $2iea call 335 6831 9 18 3 6 Fish lank 30 Sln reshwator all exotic carnivorous lIs, complete set up incl sand 10 g feeder tank only $o00 372 0827 9 20 5 6 Simmons hide-a bad $125, couch 575 swivel rockers $15 $40 camp desk/chr $50 Drexel dresser $50 12 ga Sholgun $1 0 37 7 6325 9'14 1 6 85 gallon hexagon aquarium *i wood cabinet stand lights hood A [liter $450 40 gallon lank WI standthoodIh ihis filt $100 377 7732 9 18 3 6 For Sate SOFA brown plaid makes iart double bed excelent condit on $150 Call 332 1594after 4pmoaranytime weekends o 20 5 6 BICYCLE Mryata 512 rAc ng k 56 cm I yea old snmano group $275 Call 374 9616 9 18 3 6 Carnolesking sizc waveiess waterbed W Daded sdeboara headooard Leater $175 obo call 374 865' 9 '8 5 a King so wale oed huadbodrd .lched m r,,, heater .tnar' T 5 cancer card 5'75 376 55-6 9 1 Asn 856 HANDGUNS FOR PROTECTION aSW 38ca P sro 1 5 F ,ceien an 0 aroic 0or cr'is co, pLoc a l r _-' Ora -S Js I a" ron No n 3 'th 1 y i I' IC50 rnrohtsi 9 2 6 MOVING SAL-verynn mrus' go Cars turn ure color TV clATe KO CheIware lays etc Sal & Sun 8am 2,01 NW 23 BOvd an 145 9'14286 DO S Yaraa dram macrhne $50 Aduk. Imperial bike $75 girls 3 speed $50 quen walernced $75 dresser $20 a calm plote1 ilet $30 376 4524 9 17 3 6 WINOSIJRFEFRS 12 it writh 6 3 Sr I and 0 Bren Eite 5 f1 so 53 5 each Call 376 3936 9 19 S 6 Urgei nave cha.r 'amis fie OdI 331c 10 se I or Sor 20 fonda I vCi bea she yes taoe a o Diri l.r. S negotia u455 9 19 5 b 5 piece pit grp coucr $75 J LOlOr Iv $50 19 color $80 Niriendo carts $25 men s 10 sPd biue $36 Call r7? 0498 after Bram 9 173 6 Teac 10 band E0 brand new Stil in boa W/ warranty Paid $125 asking $100 OD Call 378 1495 IV mg' 9 17 3 6 Have 2 At vs UF lootbal tickers for Sepi I5 Call 335 1485 Best Oiter 9 14 2 6 BIKE MEN S 21 inch 10 speed 'Motoec rne witd Jim Blackburn racks Moing must selil Asking s150 Call 377 0644 9 14 2 6 Kaypro It daisy Wheel printer Satwar books cables $300 332 447 atar spin 9-20 56 Safari Audio in Gansvlll's newest A in eat in car audio, cellular & Sacurity Custom ,nestlhation S repair 3MO T2 9-27-10DESKS (li .Nea. Computer furniture, Bookases. File cabyaets. Chars (CII styles) & more in speck at gurnatd lowsat prcns THE OFFICE MART 900 NE n2Ave 575751. 9-to-174 Vacuum cleaner. Royal. 2 yr. .e. $IE. Ewsae cone,372-47M after 5pm 9. 14-4-S Alarm for windows der. Porta1 372-07.fter 9 14 A 6 Cl@MIflds. Continued on next page. N. EA.H we w 0*0 M %W" s'EoUn" w'"" i" k'""' -.eM a "91 _11l-b-s .' upag -iss .-.-.e .-E _.S -lsle _"ft.e -2* Le"

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SEPTEMBER 14, 1990 7 REAL ESTATE Owneo will lnal Nice 3bda Io faornar lot l d backyard good Locaion $35,000 00 Call Shirley 335 4006 454 3346 Shema Realty 9 20 5 7 8 MOTORCYCLES MOPED REPAIR Precision Small Engine Picup A Del i ary available 4236 SW 35 Terrace across from Alley Kaiz 336 3825 9 28 14 8 Honda Spree Scooter tor sale 19808 biack 2040 miles includes Nolan helrel and rainsu itor S450 Cell a? 371 3998 q 19 5 a 1985 Yamaha IZ 350 SXc cond Racing kit m: exhaust Very tast' Last of 2 stroke sIreel Yellow/b lk $1550neg Ray 335 93?2 Iv ies 9 26 10 8 tiue new1 Kawasaki KZlOoniy425 miles $900 Call 377 2203 9 18 3 8 1986 XR250 Molorcross low miles, well maintainedd like now $750 Call Bill at 371 7?32 9 18 3 8 9 AUTOS 1980 FORD F 160 PICKUP EXCELLENT CONDITION $2395/Best Offer Call 371 1073 9114 13 9 1989 NISSAN PULSAR burgundy/grey 5speed, air, armim, brand new condition under warranty Call 338-4055 between earm-and 4 15 pm 9-14 13 0 ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES, ow payments, fast drive thru service s, hiabla E spanol 377 2277 377 CARS We care 9-17-10-9 1984 Pontiac Bonneville 4 door good con dition $2650 low mileage call slter Bam before 9pm 485 2646 917 9 9 1986MUSTANG LX 3-door.ac, PS, pb p sunroot, cruise til $3900 negoliable Call after 6pm 475-2841 9 14-5 9 S8 Honda CRX HF w132000 ni, while a blue interior 5 speed, new front ures great gas mileage, $6800 obo please call 371 9886 9 14 5-9 1974 Alfa Romeo Spider red convertible excellent condition Must sell $2300 of best oiler Cal, 336 9302 9 14 5 9 MOVING Must sell, I Honda Accord LX 1989 Better than new 2 Plymouth Volae 1977 E cellent macheni ca cordi ilon 371 2100 9-14 4-0 87 black Chevy Cavalier z-24,5 -spd ac sunroof tinted windows, new tres Enky rims $6300 or $1800 A take over pay ments Call 336 7911 Ask for Fitl or leave message 83 Mercury Caprice, V 6, sunroof low mrileage. xc cord$2500. 376-8672 9AUTOS 982 Toyota Corola SR S Red 5 pd a/t Very dependable AkI $2000 obo Pleas l tl 335 6921 Iv message o 20 7 9 SI HONDA ACCORD 4 door power st-Sritg. B/c $1500 Call 378-4824 9173 HONDAACCORD. 82 hatchback siver wi grey interior, air, arfrn brand new tire, *xc running card, $1995 373 4320, message 920-6-9 1*88 Pontiac Trans Am black, I lops A/C 25k mites Alarm Tw, pdl. Excellent Cold $10,500 336-4990 0 20 5 9 1987 Nissan Ha'dbody Pickup Slandard no a/c step bumper, alero casselt am cellent condition $4660 Call 378 6623 9 14 1 9 Beautliiul 74 VW Bug. baby blue, no rust runs great needs lung U9. $1500 obo. call A T message 336 8785 9 20 5 9 1984 Pontiac 1000 perlect coriliori, new clutch, battery. res, 88k miles ac.amm askig only $1700 or best offer Call 334 6091 9.1S 3 9 10 WANTED Local Arlist needs GOLD. Gems Class Rings ETC Top $ or Trade Ozzies Fine Jewelry 373-9243 12 14 76-10 WANTED Tennessee tickets Call 332 0102 or 332 8890 Ask for Greg of Keith 9-IS 5 10 Must have 8 lX 11 OGnor vs Bulldogs in Ja Call 407 482-6829 anyime Will pay any thing reasonable or slightly Unires somable 9 19-5 10 Wanted Used IBM PC or clone Call Shelen 371 2668 9 14 1-10 Waned IS to Tenn game, up To 4 fix, call S Iv message 377 5730 9 16-3-10 11 SERVICES NW Mini storage at -75 & NW 30th Ave near Oaks Mall area. 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from $20. 0% disc tostudents 332-8917 12 14-76-11 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE' Get confidential lesting and trealmnenI at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 37-0501 t2 14 76 11 ** GATOR MOVING ** FullISary Mov/Storage/Packing 1 ite,/H4e Fuli DayiEves Long dis Lic/ins Harry/Bill 374-4791 12-14-7511 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM Ion Sees boarding woodmar facilities hay rides parties sales working students accepted 468-3224. 375-8080 12-14-76-11 SERVICES *SUNBELT MOVING* Professional MovingPackling 6 Supplies I lirm House full Locai/Lna dist Lic/Ins Priced for Sluder 'l Marly 375 MOVE 12-14-75-11 HORSE BOARD Greathouse Ferm & Equestrian Cir The ultimate in care & lacilts 15 minfrom UF I Jan 376-7762 9-28 10-11 Hunter Showbarn now accepting students Past UF equestrian coach. Soaring working students accept Farrell Farms 472 3142 10+9-301 BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTION CS Military tear gas A personal protection info Keychain unit or home canister $17 05 each + 6250 shipping checks o. Visi/MC phone orders) Sent im altelyl Sallie Cain. Action Seminars. 6141 Parktorest. Saton Roug. LA 7081 or call 5047I 1-0495 Cease POAT TO TECFMiTO Sa vFm SERVICES AAA STORAGE Clos to U Cornlet 4x4g4 S15/mo 4xAS9 $25fmo M3 SW 2rd Ave 377 1771 12 14 76-11 *FREE* Pregnancy last Gainesville Women HEALTH CENTER 720 NW 23rd Avenue 377-50 55 ABORTION (To 24 Ws) BIRTH CONTROL Gynecology Senrvles APO-inced amateur exercise riders Expenrfss call for lnfformriion 472-3777 9-20-10-11 Experienced horse ence. Arab horses, 3777 9-20-10-11 trainer, show experi for information 472 ~the atstial or WILL. much I n k ill # J tj Wt A tti r yaw e" .Sl c. A r. 6 SERVICES HOME SECURITY LOC KS Secu ritly Peepholes, Patio door locks dooruards A deadbolts installed Under 125 for each iem stalled Call Bob 335 7270 9 14 5 11 NOVA STUN GUN Sall Effectivel Non-italI send $80,13 S.H tol1l Lahoma LensI. MI 48915 517 484-8807 9 2713 11 CONCEALED WEAPONiFIREARMS PERMIT COURSE Comprehensive course by c"rilled police instructor Ad dresses safety. laws avoidance tech niques To apply for a permit you Must be certified Centraink Security Inc Office 1 673-0500 -paging service 1 800-226 3477, pager number 291 5041 9 17-5 11 SECURITY SYSTEMS at an sffcrdable price. Call Oavy Enter, prit 336-5038 9-24 10-11 I $W VERY 14M m F & 57= THE MOBILE GOIdl5H GOODHNEI Ior I GOT SodE THATk hh i -re Vwit /WA YO DOT EAT IT sAy 1 STtOES S*uJll, 170(106 AiF-AI-upS.' SEE? 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FRIDAY, SFTEEMBER 14, I9, ALUGATOR 13 SERVICES a *A A Pickup & Delivery protesslortal p pers over 40 yra The neighborhood corer G ville's been looking forl 376 9 15 20 11 COLLEGE MONEY Private scholar u' ps' College Scholarship LocatorspOb rse' Joplin, MO 64802 18 800 879 ?.185 12 14 75 11 *000S*ATTENTIONOJi'00000 Need Mac toa software hardware or services a' on prices? CalL Dave at 373 1524 lot Ono 9 21 0 11 Problems in Malh? 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U IL -NREF I A I! r-r H 1 I II I I rI E H gjl4IU ~fl -I-I -I-I 13HELPWANTED CIRCULATION MOUtE RIVER fr The Indepen dent Florida Alligator Musl own reliable van or pick up truck and be ava'i able from 5 am until a rm Monday through Friday Must have eelleni drI Ing record and valid Florida dri er I conse Pay per rOuto Plus mileage Apply at PheAllgar ottices 1105 West Univraity Avenue Ask for the route driver application No calls please At leniative Act 'onuEqual Opportunity Em player CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING CLERK Now accepting applications lot a class, tied advertising clerk at the IndependentI Florida Alligator Some olfrcm skilistexp math ability, dependable and willing 10 work with heavy public conai Hours M.W.F 12 S p m Apply in personal 1105 W UniversIy Ave (No phone calls) UF & SFCC Students only please AA/EOE 9 19 4 13 AVON 375-87 Sail Avon Full or Part time We Train Banit Insurance 12 14-76-13 INTELLIGENCE JOBS FBI, CIA, US Customs, DEA, etc Now Hiring Call (1OS687-6000 Ext K 9465 9-21-19 13 INTELLIGENCE JOBS CIA US Customs, DEA, etc Now Hiring Call 1)805-OS7600 ext X 9460 921 9 13 Read books at Mome $100/Titlel Guaranteedi Free 24-hour recording (415)2899691 9-18-15 13 $$$$$$$$$$$55$$ 55 $$8$1 $8888 55355 Need HELP for Booming Business E scelleni Pay in 4 0 hmrs/wek Call 375-4875 9 2S 21-13 Paying $75 o qualified volunteers to par ticipats in new drug study for treatment ol attlets's foot Call 331 5370 9 26 20 13 HOUSEKEEPERINANNY pi/It mature own transportation, fluent English some nights & weekends Top salary Interview & references 377 0558 0 14-9-13 SOCCER COACHES and GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTOR wanted for YMCA Call the YMCA [or more info 370-7172 9-14-9 13 Phone survey work part-time Ilexible eve A wkd ha hourly wage + bonuses Call or stop by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave 372-4028 9-28 10-13 Sitter needed for o A II yr ads Wednesday & Thursday aternoona somes evenings & weekends Call 332 7200 leave message 9 14 6 IS EARN $35 This week for your blood plasma donation with this ad Our NEW COMPUTERIZED system allOWs you to donate in 12 he [mfl Study while you donate or watch videos Free Parking Gsnesvlle Donor Canter Est W O35 SW 4t Ave 378 0431 M-Sao 7 IFriS5tW12 14867 13 Social Chaiemadwoman to book organ ized partial $100150 pr party plus benefits Unlimited opportunities Call now 374-1700 9-24-1013 DRIVERS NEEDED Days and Nights Flexible Scmedle Call today for inierview Gatr Pizzo 372 1202 9-17-SIS Part-lime delivery person needed to work M.W.F Gam 4PM 86thour Call Lee or Ron M-0411 0-14-3-13 Executive ile insurance clerk PAT In,. siteroorna Safirt Call for afloinIMenI 373-306 9-19-5-13 Delivery driver, part-time,orning hours Apply in person at Hill Supply Company, 1814 NE 23S Ave No phone cle 9-2710-13 Shits a cleaw. an etraordiarly active Family needs a combined organized hop A clean Or lot n campus family housing. RelIable trarlsporl~iiOf A refer~en oamt 20rsWeek espeated. NS Aceping appilctions in me office at an NE Far St .Fri nly. 2.14.-13 917.213 -21H4B semne HELP WANTED Jobs in USA and overseas All occupa Ioni Don I O yosrt tn rhos,leow companies that 'rcr.or campus Jum Start YOU' 10 huMn Cohnact College re cruters today Wr'1e 'o C A S 652 W Palm Ave Placenpa Ca 92670 11 21 50 13 Student needed to ss t ma'nienargre of ive holding system Part ime flexible hours Call Lee a' RO 332 041 9 14 3 13 Paying $75 10 ua, i ed vounleers to par itUcpate ri new drug study lor the Ireal ment of lock Ltch (lungus of groin) call 331 5379 12 12 63 13 EARN EXTRA CASH WITH THE PUSH OF A PIN PuI up Posters wth appo'Ca i'on forms lot VISA MasterCard and olher national cr ed cards on campus And earn up to $2 or each response Its hat easy Call -800-250-1037 Ext 75 9 20 2 13 HOUSECLEANEPR Shrs per week plus help with entertaining Lovely old house near campus References required Call 378 8s04 9 14 3 13 HELP UF 5swim team ITo 9 years old A have built an~ pool Manm says I mnus! learn to swim A you must be responsible (She l grill you believe mei Please pleasecallImelyoucan spare I hourpot week 332 8070 Do, Ilet me s-nk' 9 18 4 13 MAKE UP ARTISTS WANTED o, 10th Annual Gallery of Harrt Oct 12 31 Oaks Mall Call 137 0041 or 374 4334 lor aoplicallon 10 3 I5 13 BUSINESS 14 PERSONALS COMPUTERS letrmas & Pc'a buy sell trade rent & reps' Great prices DUALI TrV COOS aIe W nis 33B 0378 1I14 76 14 YES' THE BEST CAR ALARMS. -THE DRIVER S SIDE-607 NW 13 ST -371 8190 9 25 1014 PICTURE THIS'' ANYTHING YOU WANT on a si Call 332 6794 for more Info, nation JUST 00 IT111 9 1 6 14 15 PERSONALS Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-BanGator Great prices-reg or rx sunglasses The Optcal Laboratory 376-5583 618 SW 4 Ave block from Ala Gen 12-14 76 15 Natural Foods and Vitamirs Birkensiock Sandals Sunflower Health Foods 07 SW 34fih St 372-7482 PREGNANTI Don't guess Get immediate lest results from a reliable source PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-001 12 14.76-1S NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get special student discounts on exarnm, and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT HNOO 377-001 12-14 78 6 Permnent Hair Removal Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis Inc fo into about the PERMANENT removal of unwanted facial & body hair 374 4307 12-144-,15 $eTUDENTS GET CASHI For Oualty Used Clothing Call Sandy's 372-1226 211 W Univ Ave next to Con re$ City 12-14-7565 SAVE ONRABANS Unlrenity Opticmns 300 SW 4h Ave 378-4450 12-14-76-15 FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC* Serving UF since t7 tat inaburana acpted 2 bleA fr UP 1107 SW 2 Ave Dr Simon Schargel 373-7070 ***GET A GRIP*** Call ACTS 3T.710 Tes Siited campus hnhstr Skydive with The Wilism Skydiversm 336 7970 1214-1l-IS PERSONALS POSTER SAL E Riggest and bear selec -DBn Choose 'rm ove' 10000 lirrt in aces ROCK OID MAST IS iMoner Dal' Van G3oo" Pa I'o I other Malisse Wyl & "ra more 1 MOVIF POSTFUS BE ATI F S SPORrS DANCE CARS SCENIC LANDSCAPES MUSIC SKIING PF RSONAlITrIS [FI r Syr, James Dean Ma lyrn M lonrou ano Dihers) tRAVi L HUMOP ROMANCE PHOTOGRAPHY Ansel Alur's Tr'or & others) MosT IMAGE SON[ Y S5 AND 56 each' See is at FIRST FLOOR REilt UNION on MONDAY SE PT 10 FRIDAY SEPT 14 between 9am 5pm In s sale Sponsored by RElTZ UNION PROGRAM COUNCIL 9 14 5 15 Stun Gun Buy oholesa 0 65 KVolS $50 mcl compact urI al Parity switch w*rs1 strap poekel CO A Dah I V, warr 904 237 ?130 92'10 15 UMBRO SHORTS You love Umbro sorts' Wi Ie go1 bl cras of aM V rlual.y eve Y sly' colOr & size .n stock wit compel'f've parCOS Lloyd Clarke Sport, IM4 NW 13 St 9 14 4 15 TRUST GODS LFADINfl FOR AN IN SPIRArIONAL MESSAG DIAL 379 3359 414 4 15 BACKPACK SALE A JansPocr & Easpan b4CkpkS on sale now' Tons of styles & coors to ChOOSe Irom all *,I lietime v ir a s t lonyd Clarke s 1504 NW o 4 A 15 Project Youse F rom IL, K 1e' Amazing train bu~gar a r' adr'e, tn door or ioe S'rog cna n prevents er1ry oud alatr bass Rush $ is 'a Fish IQ Co 1 *08 F Ivys-on' S Chesa peaked VA 23320 9 l1 Q 15 377 369 9 7 3 15 **STOP** Students read ,Id Art.1'on Students' 'h's Personals Columr for yDur protect lion PEACE OF MIND 9 3 S CO SAVE YOUR LIFE Facts &F alacy Piare o _tells how TO guard ag r 0ai k'' as Dee'r $398 3 D Piess Box 1 7395 Tampa F 711,82 ?195 9 SE NiORS would you la yu I r.me sent to The Perso r ors a' ove 1000 companos ih i''t or Flor da? 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-ar-ar-ArAr. ar-Ar-Ar-r ar -orAr -Ar ar -Ar -.Ar. DELTA GAMMA Wishes to congratulate our new sisters Ellen Bailey Jenny Cosgrove Kim Eminisor Shelley Knipe Mia McCurdy J. B. Motley WELCOME ABOARD -Ar-Ar-Ar, arar-ArAr-ar -Ar-ar -Ararar-Ar-Ar r FRIDAY, SEFPEMBER 14, 1990. ALLIGATOR. 15 Volleyball team in state tourney sPp,. PAWN a gUN Saws Routers Drills "All Top Quality" 111 NW 6th St 373-5655 Alligator emaeae aAdvertising By MIKE SCHULTZ Alligator Writer Coming off three straight wins, the UF volleyball team travels to Miami for the Florida 4 Tournament this weekend. The Gators will open the round-robin tournament against host Florida International University tonight at 7 p.m., and then play two matches Saturday, a noon match against Florida State,andat5p.m.againstSouth Florida. UF coach Marilyn McReavy said that although FSJ is the team to beat in the tournament, the Gators cannot overlook the other two teams. "Playing Florida State is always a great rivalry," McReavy said. "But I think we really have to be prepared when we step out on the floor against Florida Interna tional. We cant overlook them" FlU enters the tournament with a 1-0 Hale record this season. In their comeback victory over Palm Beach Atlantic, the Golden Panthers were led by sophomore Melanie Krupowicz, who registered 23 kills and three service aces. Krupowicz was third in the nation in service aces last year. McReavy said one of the strengths of FIU is its coach, John Trojaniak, who before going to FIU had founded the Windy City volleyball club team. F EXfMlS YOWRSELI.I TeU im what you really Ja'siIIme RIIUAL DE LO HABITUAL ioey pop ggg lyfl JAN8RS ASECIION MMIS WE .a tohIb es a l aE, N" M H Lqn.se PEr MANOISLA. a=meow__ __ S~ A a E 0 N Is Ai L a E en1 COC man MOULD sgMkbg NewE Caisn. 8 A L E 'ICp' 04C @I 30 OaMEN oIftakt flI4 0 1 .O ~ t'.1 v$*n.----.0.1 .O "John developed a number of outstanding players in Chicago." McReavy said "He's been down at FlU for about three years now, and I expect their program is coming together nicely Top-seeded NSU will provide the Gators with their most formidable competition of the tournament. The Seminoles come in with a 4-1 record this season, and hold acommandng 17-6 advantage in matches against the Gators However, UF handed the S Seminoles (30-5) one of their losses last Season. FSU returns five starters from their 1989 Metro Conference championship team, including All-American candidates Maggie Philgence and Gabrielle Reece. Philgence leads all active NCAA volley. ball players in kills with 1,S31, while the 6-foot-3 Reece was the Semnoles'leader in blocks last year and an All-Metro Conference performer. McReavy said the Gators will do some things differently to try and offset the Seminoles' height advantage She said, at times, Lis Bonk will be used as a back row setter to get some additional height up front. UF will be looking for strong performances from their front line of Steffi Legall, Suzy Schutz and Kim Hale. MeReavy said Hale has been a very pleasant surprise so far this season. think abot biminilator 'Pcrsons clrssfids. I -t. ~wa YINU mNWlhsThEtt SVeal yew S 376-8400 3 W 01 Z 'e turning $11sZ85 'nS AD CAN SAVE YOUR nEI 12as ojlintBao~uni-ots ~Asirni Bd COtrwby poke. fileg mpoce/,hndb Oe adi .9e.5h 18 Model1 (TunerOli S 1qhI tp 7 Cas 11 !NmlaTOW0s:

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6 AlLIGALOR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1990 SPORTS Pickscolumn We here at the Alhigator-brand picks column'" have been studying road maps for weeks now. We're closing down the home office and heading to Tuscaloosa this weekend to watch those Gators play the Crimson Tide -who, by the way, are represented by an elephant Nice mascot. Anyway, road maps can be real confusing, especially when we're reading them, so in order to make it to the Alabama state line by, uh, say, Saturday, we're calling on professionals to get us there. The Automobile Association of America. By the way, the Automobile Association of America. which does have an office in Gainesville, is not to be confused with the AAA Insurance Agency, AAA Mobile Home Transport, the AAA Quality Transmission Ser. vice, the AAA Refrigeration Equipment Company, the AAA Travel Agency, or ABC Liquors KICKOFF -Saturday, 12 40 p.m (EDT) SITE -Bryant-Denny Stadium (capacity 70,123) TELEVISION -Cable TRS The Picks Dorothy Langford. a four-month veteran employee of AAA. explained the best route to Tuscaloosa is via Interstate 10. For thoe of you not familiar with 1-10, it would be easiest to describe the highway by its unforgettable scenery Yeah, right. 1-10 is about as exciting as attending an insurance seminar So, in Alisgator fashion, the Prestigious Panel of Picks Prognosticators has come up with an alternate route. [lead north on 1-75, find a gas station whose owner has teeth, ask him for directions and basically wing it, Langford wouldn't condone our actions but she did say that whether we make it or not, UF will win Saturday Sports Editor/Alligator Cruise Director Ron "I'd rather nuke Georgia than drive through it" Kaspriske, who leads all pickers with an impressive 7-3 first-week record, also likes the Gators. Sports writer Sharon "'m a girl and even I knew the Tampa Bay Rucs would beat Detroit" Ginn is in second with a 64 record. Ginn's travel duties include keeping state troopers in the tri-state area from arresting the rest of us Hopefully. she'll charm them into giving us a warning for driving on the wrong side of the road. Assistant Sports Editor/Navigator Gregg KI lived In Georgia for three years and I neverknewAlabama was the next state over" Doyel will do his best to assist Kaspriske in getting to Alabama. Hopefully, he'll do better than his irt-week 5-5 record. Token news room picker Dan "I wouldn't go with youguystoAlabamaifthe Pope ws playinglinebacker for the Tidte Evans tied Doyel with a 5-5 record. Sports Writer/Wrestling Columnist Alax 0'm going to Miami this weekend because I hrd there a good wrestling match on TV" Maies was dead last with a 4-6 record. N a.I "i W AU AU "U Au a a y aS SMnhlwst TO Is Is a l Th Tide will be tougher than OSU By CREGS DOYEL Alligator Staff Writer This ain't Colgate we're playing, UF coach Steve Spurrier was quick to remind his squad prior to Saturday's 50-7 pasting of Oklahoma State Now he's got to conMce the Gators thisain't OklahomaStatethey're facing Saturday in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Not even close. "I hope we're smart enough to real ize Alabama is much bigger, faster and stronger than Oklahoma State," Spur. rier said "Before the game, we felt we were better than Oklahoma State. This week, we know we're going to have to play our best to have a chance at win. ning." Fresh from last Saturday's season. opening romp over the outmanned Cowboys, UF travels to Tuscaloosa to face the perennially powerful Crimson Tide. Kickoff for the nationally televised contest is set for 12:40 EDT. The Crimson Tide will be seeing red when they take the field Saturday. looking to erase the memory of last week's disastrous 27-24 loss to Southern Mississippi. Alabama, ranked 13th in the nation coming into the contest, lost on a 52-yard field goal late in the fourth quarter. "I'm sure they're angry." Spurrier said. 'he best thingforthem is to win this game.That's how they can remedy that anger" Alabama lost more than the game last Saturday AllSoutheastern Con. ference tailback Siran Stacy went down with a knee injury, and will miss the rest of the season. Stacy's back-up, Derrick Lassic, also is expected to sit out Saturday's contest, leaving the starting tailback job to untested freshman Chris Anderson. Anderson, a 5-foot-7, 175-pounder, ran for 12 yards on three carries last week and had a 48-yard punt return for a touchdown called back But the 18year-old Anderson also fumbled, leading to a Southern Mississippi touchdown. The drop off from Anderson, rated one of the country's top prep backs as a senior at Huntsville (Ala.) High, to Stacy is a considerable one, Alabama coach Gene Stallings said. "One day Chris Anderson is going to be a good running back," Stallings said "But he's not near the player Stacy was. Siran Stacy is, in my opinion, the most talented tailback I've ever been around But Alabama's cupboard is far from bare. Senior quarterback Gary Hollingsworth returns after last season's school record-setting performance where he threw for more than 2,379 yards and 14 touchdowns. Hollngsworth, the SEC's Offensive Player of the Year, completed more than 60 percent of his passes. Protecting Hollingsworth will be the same five-man line that started in 1989. Stallings said hisoffensive front, which averages 274 pounds a man, will have to stop the UF pass rush that racked up six sacks last week against Oklahoma State "At very best, we're going to have to play a superior game to protect our quarterback," Stallings said. "They're impressive defensively. Just looking at them, it seems like everybody is very familiar with what they're doing. If given time, Hollingsworth has the luxury of choosing from four of last year's top five targets. Senior tight end Lamonde Russell led the Crimson Tide last year with 51 catches for 622 yards and five touchdowns. On a UF defense stockpiled with All-American candidates, at least one player doesn't give much thought to all the hype Ephesians "Fee" Bartley just wants to play And his coaches say Bartley does everything he can to make that happen. Bartley, a 6-foot-3, 211-pound outside linebacker, may not be the most recognizable name on UFs defense. But he doesn't care if people know more about Huey Richardson or Richard Fain than they do about him. "It really doesn't matter," said Bartley, a junior. "Ive been on teams where I was the only (good) player. "I just have fun on Saturdays. The point of the game is to have fun. Hype isn't what it's all about.* Butjinm Collins, UFoutaidellnebackers coach, said Bartley contributesjust as much -Bot more-than anybody else. "He's a playmaker" Collins said. "Others you can coach forever and they don't make my plays. But he has a knack for (Q0." Bartley made 70 tackle.Iaet year, 46 ofthermnlo. Hestarted b, games, two at outside lhebackarand the lasteight -a strong safety. Last weak In his firt game back at outside linebacker, Barlky had lor tackles, three of which were una, sided. Collins said one of the reasons Barthey isa good player h that he. puts in the extra dive to make himself better. .He's a lot of fun to coach just because he's a player who really works hard at practices Coins ead, Thbt carries ever to the Bms But Collins said Barney doe even more than just work hard at practice. Outside ftfnwm Fme Barty says he buk to go aow bsIn. iselefy ad efliketily. He spends his free time learning the Intricacies of the game. lie's a very intelligent player, ColIn. s 1 He studies films, he studies the game. He's very technkue-srient"d. "If you ask him to perform nma!thing, he goes out and works ait" Defensive coordinator Jim Bates said the fact that Bartley is a conscisatous student" of the gm b only pot al use reason for his mea His inuban abn d also belp. lies a great hitter with lelent SBaS sad. "He has a ot of ablity and dedlcadln Bartley likes role as silent defender By StARON N Alligator Staff Wrter 4