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I Lombardi: UF needs more control over money.. I


needed most will save UF from Systems' $49.9 million short- is the 13-member panel that oversees the
By DEBBIE CENZIPER loom
drastic moves such as cancel- fall, he said. nine state public universities.
Staff Writer
Alligator ing classes and laying off fac- "Our range of alternatives to Lombardi's request for more university

JACKSONVILLE Echoing his past de- ulty.Only deal with this is extremely nar- power and less legislative control is not a
mand for more financial flexibility, UF Pres- Gov. Bob Martinez and row," Lombardi said. "It forcesus new one. He told the Regents in July that
ident John Lombardi said the only his Cabinet can give universities to put the burden of this cut lawmakers increase education costs be-

immediate way to save the summer terms is the emergency option of r on University of Florida stu- cause they restrict how universities spend
to give universities more power over their digging into trust funds, which dents." money.
own finances.By legislators set aside for specificareas Lombardi said the Board of "While we need many specific resources,
such as equipment or Regents realizes universitiesare programs, and legislation, and while we
freeing money in state trust funds, UF buildings. Because the moneycan "between a rock and a hard present to you a carefully articulated set of
can overcome its $8.4 million loss in budget be used only for those par- place" and have no choice but

cuts, Lombardi told state education leaders ticular items,it can't be used to Lombardi to agree to cancel classes or fall see Classes, page 5
Friday. Putting that money where it's curb the State University back on trust funds. The board


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summer lullBy A


KEN KUNDIS the panic generated by the mur-
ders.'hey're.
Alligator Writer
handing out fliers on
Doing business in Gainesvillehas campus saying not to order food to
always revolved around one be delivered," Fording said. 'That
thing students. Now, with the makes it a little hard on us."
possible cancellation of most UF The hardest-hit businesses are

summer classes, area businessesare those that require nightly walkinsas a
bracing for bars and restau- the core of their clientele. People
rants to be as empty as the class- have been actively discouragedfrom

rooms. walking at night by city and
While many businesses shorten campus officials.
their hours and reduce staff for the Keith Lamb, a bartender at the
annual summer slowdown, a can- Purple Porpoise, 1728 W Univer-
cellation of UF's Summer A and C sity Ave., said the first two weeksof
semesters would mean even small school, normally a busy time for
crowds would disappear. bars,was'one of the slowest he has
Jerry Hines, president of the seen.
Gainesville Area Chamber of Com- "Labor Day weekend usually is
merce, said a recent survey'shows the biggest party weekend of the

that the cancellation of summer year," Lamb said. This year, the .--....
classes could cost (the community Purple Porpoise closed early Fri- JS SULLIVAN

$38 million. He said the chamberand day and didn't reopen for the week- Vern Ayborn, owner of Vern's Kwik Stop, processes lottery tickets for Tony Earwood of
UF leaders are discussing al-
classes. end.The Gainesville Friday evening. See related story, page 4. I
ternatives to canceling
double dose of bad luck for
"I'm satisfied that the Universityis the local economy is making some
doing it's best to find an alterna-
business owners wonder if all their
tive," Hines said. peers can survive a summer with-
UF found itself against the wall out students. However,all the man- Search through woods ends
.1.1By
when Gov. Bob
financially agers were confident that their own
Martinez last week told all state businesses would weather the
agencies to trim 5 percent of their slowdown.The Police 1 say evidence could I take months to process, tie to case

budgets after state revenues fell enrollment of UFs Summer
to use their crime investigators and
short. MATTHEW SAUER "When we first started this thingit
Term A, which about 17,000 stu- they'll be the ones to look at any- "
Mike Edge, a manager at Cen- dents usually attend, makes up the Alligator Writer thing we found." was the shotgun approach,
tral local dance club at 201 Mann said.
City
a
backbone for businesses that serve
With their search through milesof About 150 state and local law f
W. University Ave., said he fears
about 34,000 students during the southwest Gainesville woods enforcement officers and military "I think it's safe to say things are
for the survival the smaller, spring and fall. While it is a slower
newer clubs in the downtown area. complete,investigators looking for personnel searched Thursday and more focused now. Some person-
time, some businesses still pros- clues to the murder of five local Friday' through the southwest nel have been redeployed and the
"Some of the smaller clubs..re-
per.At college students said'it could be Gainesville woods near the Hawai- investigations continue. But I
ally need that" time to establish Balls Oyster and Wing Bar, months before any evidence gath- ian Village apartment of possible would not say that an arrest is
their business, he said. 1718 W University Ave., a staff ered in the hunt might be con- suspect Edward Humphrey and imminent."
This crisis for local businesses member said because students are nected to the cases. the three murder sites.
comes on the heels of another financial two Mann said the amount of infor-
usually taking only' one or '
"Like I've said before, you al- The military personnel, who left
catastrophe. The recent classes have free time mation to be analyzed will requirethe
they more "
find items out in the woods the after search
ways area Friday's ,were
murders of five students put a chillon and are more likely to go out at investigation to continue for
Alachua County Sheriffs spokesman Florida National Guardsmen and
business that is still being felt."We're night.At some time."There's.
Lt. Spencer Mann said. 85 graduates of the U.S. Naval i
still waiting for it (busi- Farah's On The Avenue, 1120
Training Center in Orlando.
do find will be wealth of informationto
ness) to kick back in, said Rich W University Ave., manager Jeff "Anything .we a
Fording, manager of Gumby's, Farah said business drops by one forwarded to the task force. Both units were skilled in the sort through. We want to be as
Pizza at 1011 University Ave. third in the summer, but there are Through the course ot this Investigation type of search required for the thorough and careful as we can and

,.Gumby's and other food delivery; ,.the,(Florida Department of( 10-squarej, mile, marshy, ,wooded. lIometime$ ,that can take, weeks,
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I .. services were,especially4. hurt'by see S mrulndr) pagev'S'Y v v +,t,R;Law'Enforcenient). has allowed u s' 'lar Mann said.1'" 1'months or even years"t'
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I New SG party focuses on 32608 ZIP code areaBy I


CARRIE SEGAL nine of those spots are from the 32608 area, year's figures estimate that 8,000 students open Senate seats can pick up applicationsin
Alligator Writer Miranda said. He said he plans to have nine lived in that area, and Miranda said one of the SG offices on the Reitz Union's third
people from his party run for those open his goals is to initiate a crime watch there. floor. Potential candidates have to meet UF
Students interested in running with a seats. requirements in order to run for SG posi-

party in upcoming Student Government Miranda.said! he got the idea of running "We're not.going,to_develop 200_platforma tions. This process, called "qualifying,"
elections can choose between the old small party oy lOOKing at the issues," Miranda said, adding starts Wednesday, Sept. 26. .
standby or the new kid on the block. mistakes of big SG parties,who his biggest goal is to get stu-
The 32608 Coalition, the newest additionto often pretend to represent the dents In his area to run for open Interested students must have a 2.0 grade
be 12 credit hours and
point average, taking
SG's historically long list of political whole student body even Senate seats.
par- must not be student conduct .
on probation.Also
ties, is out to challenge the established Vi- though they don't have the timeor The Vision Party, which se-
sion Party that swept the spring elections. money to do so. cured the top SG positions in
next week, students can join a polit-
"I can address all the issuesof February's elections, is still
the students because this SG FALL ELECTIONS going strong, said spokesman ical party called "slating." Students also
The new party will focus on the students area is a sample of the whole Mama Weston at last week's may run independent of a party.
who live in the 32608 ZIP code area of University of Florida student body," he said."I Senate meeting.
Southwest Gainesville including the apart- Regardless of which students
party
don't have the resources- time or
money
its of the
"Vision is continuing goal being
ments Archer Road. But not all stu-
along
to reach 34,000 students." choose, Miranda said students should get
dents in the party are from that ZIP code, most studentservices oriented party in the involved in SG.
President Nelson Miranda said. history of Student Government," Weston
party Miranda also said he doesn't plan to cam- said.
Forty Student Senate seats are up for paign much in school, but will go door to "I encourage every student to run with us
grabs in the upcoming Oct. 10 elections and door on the streets of the 32608 area. Last Students interested in running for any or with Vision."


Group attacks men

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at local apartment

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By MATTHEW SAUER or anything," Owsiany said. "It's
Alligator WriterA bad enough when you get beat up,
but then to be accused of some-
UF nursing student said he thing that didn't happen is worse."

was attacked and beaten Sunday Alachua County Sheriff's
morning by a gang of men "wild- spokesman Lt. Spencer Mann saida
ing" in the area of Homestead blood test in not always neces-
Apartments on 34th Street. sary to determine if someone is
drunk. The responding officer's
Michael Owsiany, 34, and judgment often is the only sourceto
Gainesville resident Christopher confirm it, he said.
e dPulling Kardoicz, 26, were walking past
Owsiany, a lieutenant com-
the apartments at 3611 S.W. 34th
mander in the U.S.Navy Reserve,
St. at about 2 a.m. when they were
said several Sheriffs deputiescame
thrown to the ground and kicked
w to the scene, but were un-
repeatedly in the face by four or
willing to chase the attackers."We .
five attackers, according to the po-

lice report. could of caught the guys,
but every time I suggested we

Owsiany, who has only been in chase them, the cops vould ask
town for three weeks, said he is me why I wanted to go after them,"
considering leaving Gainesville as he said. "When they first arrived,
they accused us of lying and saidif
a result of the attack.
The police report described we didn't tell the truth,they were
"
UNiELLE' TGDD; Owsiany and Kardoicz as Intoxi- going to lock us up.

teethFirstyear cated, but Owsiany denied he was Neither of the men were robbed
I dental students Larry Saylor, left, and Hopeton Williams, right, give it their all drunk. and could not provide any motive

In tugofwar at Lake Wauburg during the American Dental Association picnic Saturday.stead "How can they say that when for the attack, according to the

they never did a blood test on us police report.


Dinosaurs come alive UF recycling. styrofoam cups I

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Gator Dining also is saving money rating styrofoam from other mate-
NEAL BENNETT
Exhibit features video special effectsBy By Writer by having to pay less in fees to rials, he said.
Alligator have its garbage dumped at the The Plant City center, which

8, of Gainesville, who said Styrofoam cups have becomethe county landfill, Miller said. opened last month, is the
JAY ST.LAWRENCE be of company's fourth nationwide. It
he liked the dinosaurs.But latest products to recycledat Dark Container Corporation
_Alligator Writer_ Maria Skrzypek of Ocala UF. Orlando, which specializes in recycling also operates plants in Philadel-

"Dino-Mania" struck the Florida said her 4-year-old daughter, Gator Dining Service has been picks up the styrofoamand phia,Toronto and Lansing, Mich.
Museum of Natural History Sun- Annia, "likes the pictures but is collecting styrofoam cups at the transports it to a recycling Dark Container has been in the
day as eight dinosaurs invaded the scared of the animals." Reitz Union snack bar and cafete- plant in Plant City. recycling field for three years,and

museum's main exhibit hall. Museum employees spent a ria for the past three weeks as part There, it undergoes a process the company is currently workingwith
The animated dinosaurs are part month building rocks, plants, and of an experimental recycling program called retelleziation, in which the the state of Michigan to col-
Gator Dining Service Director made into pellets to be lect styrofoam products from
of the museum's new 5,200 square- trees to surround the dinosaurs, cups are
foot temporary ,exhibit, called said Ron Chesser, who worked on Wes Miller said. used in the making of products more than 80 state offices,Bender

Dino-Mania,which includes sound the exhibit. The sets were com- Since the program began,about such as video-cassette holders, said.The
effects, a movie presentation, and pleted after the dinosaurs arrived 90 percent of styrofoam cups plastic food trays and hangers, company also has a trial
hands-on activities, museum from a California company about given out at the Reitz Union have Dark Container spokesman Jim program with Chick-Fil-A storesin
spokeswoman LeAnn Flynn said. two weeks ago. been recycled Miller said. After Bender said. the Atlanta area, he said.

The museum's new Fossil Study Tours of the exhibit are availablefor the 30-day program is over, UF "It is a relatively simple processto Dark Container will be holdinga
Center, a permanent exhibit, also school and civic groups at re- will decide whether to expand it recycle foam," said Jim meeting Sept 19 for fraternities,
opened Sunday. Timed to comple' duced admission,Flynn said. How- to other locations or disband it Lammers, vice-president of envi- sororities, and other campus organizations -
altogether."The ronmental affairs for Dark Con- to get the entire cam-
ment Dino-Mania,the fossil exhibit ever, the museum will not provide
includes prehistoric skeletons and guided tours for children younger goal is to recycle styro on tainer. "The problems lie in pus involved in the recycling
educational computer games, she than five because the exhibit might campus,"he said."We are starting collection, separation, and trans- effort, Bender said. '\
said. frighten them, she said. with cups and hoping to expandto port" "The program's goal is to re- '
Opening-day visitors were en- Admission for 'Dino-Mania, other products." Those problems include collect duce the amount of trash the uni-

fJ9qt.M'l.} q"" *Woh.tun*through' ) JaaA ie.64 for In addition to recycling an en- ing and arranging transportation see,Recycle, page 4i
"It's great," said Kris Hegge- adults and $3.50 for UF students. vironmentally harmful product, for the products, as well as sepa- <


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jackpot in U.S. history, lottery officials said Sunday. the total sales amount because of overhead costs and Jennifer Demberg) Makover
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The exact jackpot total won't be known until Mon- prizes paid to those who matched three, four and five Melissa DundeeJeannetteEgozl' : "rI I McNally Martin
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the holders of each of the six winning tickets. estimated at $40 million, badly needed because of a Marcl RoerihelrT .tI1':.... "'
None of the winners has come forward, Paul said. $544 million shortfall in the state budget. Dana cersoni"\ C- f FfrtmanjUSchwet!'
But her department has arranged free airfare to bring The huge prize touched off a nationwide lottery Danielle Ginsburg *}
winners to Tallahassee to have their tickets validatedand frenzy, with hopeful players streaming into Florida Jill GlttenJJennifer \ mnttef' Schwartz
to claim their winnings.The from neighboring states to snap up the tickets. OllTuky] Mtchfl Schwartz
winning numbers chosen in the Saturday night Early in the week,Gov. Bob Martinez urged peoplenot !Karen Gruber"I| I(NikklS/ .tp&f( (
drawing were 5, 6, 21, 34, 35 and 45. to spend money intended for. household neces- Casey Hodges JtnnffwSmrmDeborah
The burgeoning jackpot fueled a week of frenzied sities on lottery tickets. Paul said she received no Marnle Hechtman] Sootin
ticket sales, with players snatching up the $1 ticketsat reports of that happening. Jaime Hoffman] (Hannah Spector
a record clip of 566 per second Saturday. Sheelah Ryan of Winter Springs, who won the Heather Karp>J .Michelle Spe berg
Friday's sales set a state record for daily sales with $55.16 million Lotto jackpot Sept. 3, 1988, still holds Allison Klein f Lana Sperling
$30 million worth sold, Paul said. the record as the biggest Florida winner. Jennifer Koenlg r Mona Sterlaecl: :
Amy lone; Laura Toaster

I NASA hopeful about shuttle launchCAPE Jennifer Robin Lasser Levine Joanna Elizabeth WelntraubEveryone's Wasman


different...
CANAVERAL (UPI) The shuttle are high indeed.
Columbia's countdown ticked into its final hours Columbia must get off the launch pad by Wednes But we all have one thing in common.Balfour .
Sunday amid cautious optimism the leak-plagued ship day or the flight likely will be delayed indefinitely to
was finally ready for a fourth launch try Tuesday to clear the way for an Air Force Titan 4 rocket launch
end a dismal summer of false hopes and repeated later this week and the launch of the shuttle Discovery -
delays. Oct. 8 on a higher-priority flight to carry a
But for the shuttle's seven astronauts and the European solar probe into orbit.
hundreds of men and women responsible for getting With Columbia running 111 days behind schedule
them safely into orbit, a key hurdle remained: fuel after a record series of three delays in as many
loading Monday: afternoon, a make-or-break mile- months, engineers were hesitant to make any predic-
stone expected to determine the fate of the crew's tions. But with an 80 percent chance of good weather
long-delayed 10-day astronomy mission.If expected, they expressed cautious optimism Sundaythat Co/kg Rings
any more crippling hydrogen leaks are present Columbia was at long last ready for blastoff.
like those that grounded the ship May 30 and Sept. The goal of the mission is to turn Columbia into an
6, it is then that they will show up and it is then that orbital observatory, using four high-tech telescopesin --z= -
NASA managers will know whether the ship can be the shuttle's cargo bay to study X-rays and
launched at 1:28: a.m. EDT Tuesday as planned to enda ultraviolet light from exploding suns, especially
four-month launch drought. violent stars and galaxies, enigmatic quasars and
And for NASA, subjected to intense criticism this other objects of interest in modem astronomy.The r
summer because of problems with the Hubble Space flight is scheduled to end with a touchdown at Up to a
Telescope, the shuttle program and trouble with the 5:14: p.m. PDT on a desert runway at Edwards Air.
agency's embattled space station project, the stakes Force Base, Calif. .


. U.S. Attorney to decide on Barry retrial $

100
WASHINGTON (UPI)) U.S. Attorney Jay Barry was convicted of cocaine possession in U.S. _
Stephens is expected to decide Monday whether he District Court in Washington last month after a 10-
will attempt to retry Marion Barry on drug and penury week trial. The jury said they were deadlocked on 12 ,
charges during a status hearing for the mayor in other drug and perjury charges, leading to a mistrialon .
district courtStephens those counts.
may also ask a federal judge to send Barryto Ten government witnesses during the trial said ;
jail for the one misdemeanor drug possession Barry used cocaine or obtained the drug in homes, ;.t
charge on which he was found guilty. Under federal hotels, boats and government offices in the district, OFFS'M
sentencing guidelines, however, a jail term for a Atlanta, the Virgin Islands and the Bahamas since
first-time cocaine possession offense such as Barry'sis 1983. .,
unusual. Prosecutors called Barry a "general" in the city'swar
Under those rules,Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson on drugs who turned traitor,heading an anti-drug One Hundred Grea
could send Barry to jail or a federal halfway house for battle in public while abusing cocaine and marijuanain ;.
up to six months. He could also restrict Barry's private. Reasons t to Buy Yoh;0'it'I .
freedom by ordering him to spend each weekend in The verdict and mistrial came nearly seven months ;
jail for the next six months. after Barry was lured to the downtown Vista Interna- COllege Ring NO, ,, ?
Jackson could also depart from federal sentencing tional Hotel by former model Rasheeda Moore and
guidelines and send Barry to jail for as long as a year, arrested in an FBI sting operation for smoking crack.
although the mayor would have the right to appeal Barry, who is running for at-large council seat in Save $100 on 18K, $60 on 14K ;'''. ,'; i:
any sentence longer than six months. the district, gave a commentary last week on a local 1 ,'
Stephens declined comment on the case, althoughhe television station. He said people were 'Very tired" of and $40 on 10K gold rings, in } ;h
has said earlier that he will make the decision to his case and that Sharon Pratt Dixon, a newcomer great designs only from :.... I 'f
seek to retry Barry during the scheduled hearing who beat out four political veterans and won in the Balfour. Order yours todayfl."., .
Monday. Democratic primary, represented change.still this special Age of Reasons '

won't last forever! .' .J

RECYCLEfrom dealing with a relatively harmful I product in pro- "
3 duction, disposal, and possibly recycling." THE 4 Z
page
If the program is expanded, two types of recycling FLORIDA BOOK STORE III:::'
versity generates in landfills," he said. containers will be located on campus. One looks like
1614 W.
However, the program has been met with mixed a cabinet with a stainless steel sink in which people University Ave.
emotions by environmental groups. empty the cup into the sink and place it into the Gainesville, Florida 32604 ale [iIJ

"It's exciting to see and a small step in the right container. Deposit required
direction said UF Environmental Action Group President The other is similar to a cup dispenser, in which r
Benjamin Pargman..The' danger is that you're.. would be.loaded in. ,:do wnJ.oW ,'\ '.
cups upside: ? ) t.1: t\ \ ., ;' 1ttr.: //H:1c.Jr"cr.J\! : : : ::11 t



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I Wright: Deficits. may threaten future venerations I IBy

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PATRICIA LEE budget deficit,which is growing at alarming

Alligator Writer proportions, Wright said.
"We'll pay $283 billion in interest this
America will continue to suffer from a year. It siphons away 36 cents- of every
"downward mobility" unless it corrects four income tax dollar we send to Washingtonin -
national deficits energy, budget, trade dead weight," he said. "It doesn't buy a
and social- that threaten its future, former- single school book, build a single mile of
U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Jim road, pay a single soldier or make a single
Wright told a UF audience Thursday.The weapon."

current state of the nation can be The budget deficit is worsened by the
compared to shoplifting, he said, because trade deficit, Wright said. Amerida must
"we're stealing from future generations." modernize its methods and facilities and

During his hour-long speech at the Flor- improve productivity to remain competitive,
ida Gym, Wright discussed major problems he said.
facing the United States today, including the Because "the Cold War is over and this is n
Middle East crisis sparked when Iraq in- no longer a bipolar world dominated by a
vaded Kuwait last month. titanic clash between two superpowers,"
"The threat to our national security does America must turn its attention to domestic Y .d a Wr
not come from (Iraqi President) Saddam problems like the social deficit,Wright said.
Hussein's army," Wright said. "It comes The social deficit "that growing back
from our shameful dependency, in spite of log of human problems and unmet social
dire warnings, upon politically unstable foreign needs in the United States" will worsenif
sources for the energy that fuels our the United States cuts spending for education
very way of life." transportation, law enforcement, en-

America's energy deficit has been causedby vironmental protection, housing and public NATAlEEWATERsAU.fGATOR: ;:
its failure to pursue other energy sources, health, he said. Former U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Jim Wright speaks Thursday night. I
Wright said at a press conference before his Wright,who has been touring the country
speech. speaking at universities, said during the this country ever made. We can't settle for speaker's post in June 1989 after the House
"There are alternate sources," he said. press conference that the rising cost of being second best in education," Wright Ethics Committee charged him with accept-
"We have an abundance of coal. We could education is the main concern of most stu- said. ing gifts from people with direct interests in

be the Middle East of the world in coal. dents he has met. Thursday night's speech was the first UF legislation and with breaking House rules I

Another problem that will be handed "Tuition is skyrocketing. That's why I appearance for the 18-term Democrat from that limited outside earnings. The chargeswere
down to future generations is the nation's think the GI Bill is the greatest investment Texas. Wright, 67, resigned from the dropped when he resigned.



SUMMERfrom smaller pool of students means Some expressed confidence,
Funds may shield page 1 local business owners would lose though, that the university would
employees. At Farah's, studentsare find an alternative to canceling
still enough customers to keep about three-fourths of the staff, classes.John Babb, manager of the
business brisk. He said while busi- while at Ball's nearly every em- Gainesville Gym, 203 NW 6th St.,
against budget cutsBy ness is not solely dependent on ployee is enrolled at UF. said he doubts UF will actually cut
students, the cancellation of Sum- courses.
The added cost of having to hire
options he said. mer A and C would have a "devastating" -
MIKE BRUSCELL and train new personnel will also "What are they going to do,close
Alligator Staff Writer "We have no other alternative impact on their profits. be a burden for local establish- the place down?" Babb said. "I just
because all other alternatives re- Besides fewer customers, a ments. don't see that happening."
JACKSONVILLE To shield quire that we fire people," he said.

Florida's nine public universities Castor said she would meet
from full of the state's budget
a swing officials
today with other state to
ax, Education Commissioner estimate how much of the cuts can
Betty Castor on Friday proposed a be offset by lottery money. The
$60-million dip into two state trust board will discuss final recommendations

funds. this week,Lombard! said.
By removing money from the Each of the universities has until
state lottery's trust fund and a sec
Wednesday to its budgetcut
ond account for prepare
capital improve-
recommendations. Lombardi!
ments, Castor said she hopes to Aje
said Castor and the Regents' sup-
lower budget cuts mandated Al
by
port would improve the chances of
Gov. Bob Martinez from about 5 to ,
3 percent getting things done his way.
"It's not good news to postpone
Martinez told state agencies last
renovation of but it's
week to trim$300 million from their equipment,
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PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY J 5 SULLIVAN
budgets, with about $50 million worse news to cut, classes, Local business fear scenes like this may become too common If summer classes are cut. I
Lombardi! said Sunday.In .
coming from education.The gover;
nor blamed a sluggish economy other business at Friday's
and overestimated state revenues three-hour meeting: CLASSESfrom budgets with $60 million from lot- opportunity, we could do it."

for the money shortage.But The Regents recommended a page 1 tery funds. Castor,a member of the Students who have to push grad-
education officials at 10 percent pay raise for faculty Cabinet, said she's going to recom- uation dates back and come up with

Friday's Board of Regents meetingin members to the state legislature. proposals, more than anythingelse mend Lombardi's proposal to more money for an unplannedextra
Jacksonville pointed fingers onlyat Calling the raises a top priority, we need the freedom to succeed Martinez and the Cabinet. semester if summer classesare
who would suffer most from the State University System Chancellor ," he said at a July Regents "There's" no set formula this canceled should voice their
cuts students."I Charles Reed said the hike meeting. time, Castor said. "We have to complaints, he said.

think every university in this would result in an $85 million pay UF will be hardest hit by the provide sible for as this.much" flexibility as pos- "We want students to be upset,"
system will feel this pain equally ,increase next year. budget cuts because it did not In- Sorensen said. "(They should)
UF Provost Andrew Sorensen
Lombard! said to the 13-member The Regents recommendedthat crease enrollment this fall, which think this is terrible."
said administrators' hands
panel that governs state universi- legislators approve full tuition would have pumped additionalstate tied because they had no were to SUS Chancellor Charles Reed
refunds to students called into mil- money into the school's budget way said the $49.9 million cut is $5
make
cuts other than the
recom-
ties.Repeating proposals made earlier itary units because- of the Middle Because UF didn't get that mended elimination of most sum- million more than legislators ap-
last week, Lombardi! told the East crisis. money, the cuts will hit day-to-day mer classes. propriated to the universities for

Regents he would cancel SummerA The National Science Board, operating funds, he said. But if Castor can reduce the increased enrollment."I .

and C semesters and freeze hiring which granted FSU a new magnetic Even if UF chops$2 million from shortfall, find some extra money can tell you it will be felt on
if the state couldn't find more research center, refused the Mas- administrative items such as travel and convince Martinez to offer uni- all our campuses," Reed said.
money for the universities. sachusetts Institute of expenses,while freezing$3 millionin versities financial flexibility with
Although Lombardi's proposals Technology's appeal to refurbishits hiring money, another $3.5 mil trust funds, summer classes may correction
would chop$5 million from the$8.4 existing lab. FSU and UF spent lion still is needed, he said. be saved, he said. Student Government sponsoredthe

million UF needs to return to the $100,000 on the proposal to get the All state agencies, including UF, "It won't happen just like that," voter registration drive last
state, he said Castor's plan is more ,lab. may get a little breathing room if Sorensen said. "We'd have to week. The Alligator reported other
attractive.For United Press hrteratioal'eon i Education Commissioner Betty scrimp and save, but we honestly wise on this page Tuesday, and in
Lombardi!,there are no other ,tributed to this report. Castor succeeds .in ,padding,state.)> believe'that if I we were,given the 'Friday's editorial. .i't by


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UF Take might as


for the next few

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past three weeks,
university is
vive budget cuts.
This isn't

students, but UF

That's because I
by Gov. Bob
tive of a state that

every year would
don't generate

vices Seems, more like a sweater Saturday

Mr. No New

For those of eG Mark Wallington
terms such as B
it out for you ALLS TO THE WALLpolice

What, you say,
have fleet of
suddenly a orange-and-blue-striped
ing editorials vehicles to shuttle each other around? I'm sure many
Activity and ticket-paying students are glad their money is going
rageous tuition I towards methods of giving out even more tickets and
more taxes? adding even more cars on campus during class time.
Yes ITEM: A new grass surface installed on Florida
we are.
Field was supposed to reduce player injuries and help
offer more than lower the temperature inside the stadium during
semester. We're ( games. And boy, did it. Many fans at the Oklahoma
with 600 of their 3744458.'t) State game complained the air was even a bit nippyas
And we're tired temperatures must have dipped well below levels
go to the recorded on the surface of the sun.
last year no Stadium vendors will now stop selling soft drinks
and slushes In favor of coffee and hot soups to combat
But the : frostbite. Fans are reminded to bring sweaters to the
and as some upcoming Furman game.

compassing tax Finally, to introduce a reoccurring feature of this
veto it? column, I'd like to talk a bit about those take-no-
So now, only prisoners rock'n rollers,The New Kids on the Block.
session ended, As autumn makes its way down to Gainesville, the
to cut their leaves turn color and a chill falls into the air, look
Martinez has back at your 1990 summer memories fondly.But when
you find a spare moment, a couple of seconds alone,
the state's ( quietly get down on your knees and give thanks that
He'd rather Coca-Cola's Magicsummer promotion with The New
institutions make Kids on the Block is ending.No .
years than more concert commercials.No more dollar bills
spitting out of soda cans.The New Kids singing Coke
year.
jingles will be just a horrible little memory well all
So in this
overcome And again.
together. the world will be right
This isn't the '
Coming next time: 10 easy steps to worshippingSteve
plications. We Spurrier without gaining weight.
schedule of Mark \\Vallington is a fifth year journalism student
we didn't know atUF

higher education I I
The students
hope they come As I gathered I strongly suggest that door-to-
I could find, I was door sales people consider how
decision. Should they make apartment owners feel.If .
I open the door? they want to sell something or
: I I ask who it have a petition signed, they
: he would real shouldn't do it at night, and they
I home. Besides shouldn't knock obnoxiously on
Managing Editor I convince me that someone's door.

M.D. Cumella I I I will open the Have they forgotten what happened
Letter Policy just two weeks ago? I hopeno
Letters to the editor should ( ) of torture, he one else win!have to go through
typed, double-spaced end I and wondered the same experience.
number. Names" will be /
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that '
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made GIoI.mo
the editorial peat editor at Lynn
, .. ,l\; was in my apartment all alone this person come at night.. ,,3UF
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I Criminals do not live within the universal social contract I


In light of recent events, we have been environment. These concepts are not some- The formation of a political unit was So, what is the point of all this? The pointis
shocked and find it unimaginable that some- thing that we discover, some existing truth, treated by Thomas Hobbes. According to that we have a system of government
one could senselessly kill without consider- but rather abstractions that are developedby Hobbes, man is by nature a pleasure seeker which allows us to seek our goals and desires
ing his actions and the consequences that each one of us in a complex manner. We and thus a power seeker.Those who acquire, within relatively stable conditions. Our

they would have on others.We have not only learn, through a process of socialization, possess and exercise power pose a threat to government is democratic, perhaps the best
pointlessly lost five young people, but our what we latter label: Good and Evil. That is others who do not. Since those with power form of government. We have arrived at a
lives have been interrupted with terror and right, there is no "real" good or bad. act on the desire to enhance pleasure, the point where we can almost agree that we

fear. We will remember these incidents,justas Morals and ethics are interpreted by need for a third or superior party is necessaryto can pursue are goals inside this governmental -

those that were in Tallahassee remember society, constantly modified, at the individual restrict the powerful and allow the othersto structure, but certain individuals, groups
Bundy's reign of terror. familial, communal, national and pursue their own desires. and nations continue to suppress others who

global level. (An example of this process is The formation of a "social contract," or are not as they are for various reasons. ThisIs
Handy the new [this century) concept of human state, takes from the free man certain liber- unfortunate. We need to learn to get along
ANOTHER rights certain rights that every human is ties and in turn allows him to fulfill his with our fellow man. Yes, this may be idealat
VIEWWhat born with.) highest desire,happiness.Without the social the moment, but that does not mean that

makes the actions Some people fall through the cracks, so contract, man lives in what Hobbes calls"the we shouldn't try.
someone here perform to speak. Some citizens develop a value state of nature;"he lives without laws, ethics, On August 2, Saddam Hussein, along with
that were committed in Gainesville
system that is not in agreement with the or morals. But as man gives up his inde- the Iraqi army, broke our contract. The
? We ask ourselves Is this
recently :
person ideals of the majority. It may be hard to pendence to another higher or more Kuwaitis and the hundreds of foreign nation-
mad? Well It does not
evidently not. seem
swallow, but that one develops another sys- sovereign being, the state, he can seek his als inside Kuwait and Iraq have lost their
that insane would be
likely an so
person tem of beliefs is not necessarily wrong. The goals more independently than before when freedom.There is no sovereign power above
careful as to leave little or no traceable idea that certain groups are more righteous, he lived without restraint. Without such an Hussein, but there are other actors who
evidence of his at such brutal crime
presence better or smarter, is a causal factor of racial agreement, man has to fight against his agree that what Hussain has done is inter
scenes. and ethnic disputes. Until we realize that neighbor and cannot pursue his goals. With fering with the liberties of the world.We are

For a minute, let us assume that he is thinking (and appearing) differently is not the social contract, he will be even freer than one of these actors. It is not only in our

crazy. There are so many forms of mental wrong, these conflicts will persist.So before. interest that we interfere in the matter, but
illness unrelated to biochemical imbalance in the interest of the rest of the international
a ,
if nothing is wrong, you ask, how do ((This contract is so closely related to the
that the term "mental illness" can take on we survive without laws, morals and ethics? formation of religious doctrines,that accord- community.With .

many forms. For example, one can be con- Well,we cannot. Until man can live by reason ingly, a distinction between government and the use of prudence, we hope to
sidered abnormal or mentally ill if he does alone, we will need laws, religions and other religion can almost be avoided. Parallels avoid armed conflict, the loss of life and
not conform to the common belief structureof dogmas as means of control, as untrue as between church and state are evident: The preempt the restoration of peace in the Mid-
his community. Then again, if the whole they.are.. Bible/the Constitution; the Cross/the Flag;. dle East. If we are drawn into armed conflict,
community is wrong, who's mentally ill, the the President/God, legislatorstheologiansetc. we must support our governmental position.
This is not a new idea. In his book The
nonconformist the ?
or majority ...). Remember,we really cannot label it as wrongor
Republic,Plato described the need for"noble
We can only speculate and say that our right,but we have a contract,and we must
have force
lies, lies that promote socio-political The reason why we a police
killer does not have the same concept of stability. Plato imagined a Utopian society and military is that all man must consent to protect it.
good and evil that our society champions. If consisting of a caste with three levels: said rule, but obviously many do not. Thisis It is true that oil is an important factor.
this is true, then he is sick from our pointof Philosopher Kings, Guardians and Mer the key; our killer is not consenting. He We might not have committed troops to the
view only, not his, nor that of others like chants. There was said to be gold in the is living outside of our contract with the region had not our flow of oil been disrupted.But .

him. He has simply developed ,with a dif- Kings, silver in the Guardians and bronze in government. This type of acting is what however unfortunate it may be, we
ferent concept of right and wrong. How can the Merchants. This was to create a social society attempts to nip in the bud while we depend on oil to aid in the attainment of our
this be? Nietzsche spoke of this phenomena. goals, and if Hussein obstructs the pursuitof
hierarchy in which people would know their are in our youth and is what we try to wipe
Following Nietzsche's argument, there place. Only then would there be stability.The out when we "reform" people. If certain freedom and happiness, we must assist in

can be no facts, just interpretations. When point is that we have to create a cohesive individuals or groups inhibit our freedom to the restoration of stability

discussing the formation of desires, dislikes, political force to promote stability (even if it pursue our goals, action to enforce the con- Christopher Handy is a liberal arts and
fears and values, we are creatures of our is based on a lie.) tract is needed. sciences graduate student.



Dolt blame I CIRCA crossed line with card I

didt invade Kuwait..
l
Editor: CIRCA is failing to meet the needs of They are tired of having their operators
the students that they are supposed to serve. check fee cards once at the beginning of each

semester.As .
Apparently, CIRCA does not feel as if they

should answer to the university. a result, hundreds of graduating stu-
dents are going to be forced to get the ID or
i They have the attitude that the students
else find other ways to use a personal com
must conform to their policies.
puter.I .
CIRCA is the only location on campus that
is requiring the new all-in-one ID card, and hope that President Lombardi! and Tigert
this decision contradicts the administration's Hall will come down hard on CIRCA for over-

R decision that the new ID would not be required ruling an administrative decision.

until next semester. Chariot Dwyer

Their reasoning for this? 5EQMORE



I Don't forget to tip pizza deliverersEditor sire

ENZY THE
: It seems that many of the people we deliverto maniacs on the Gainesville streets (You've seen them) R44 W!

have forgotten that much of our income comes, Sitting in the 5 clock traffic is always,a thrill, too. /
from the tip money we_receive each night.

Now I don't want to sound like a whiner, and I so Once you finally arrive at the house,you hope that
don't have the$20 beaten
you you're carrying brutally
appreciate the generosity that most people extend.
out of
However, there are entirely too many people that you.

never even consider tipping the driver. Then there are the fifty flights of steps you climb

Anyone who has ever gone out to a nice restaurant each night Are you guys getting the picture?
would gladly give their server 15 percent if the servicewas
good, and those people only walk back and forth' The next time a hot pizza arrives on time at your
from the kitchen (Easy guys, I always show my ,door (and all you had to do was wait on your couch),
appreciation when I dine out) show a little courtesy 'for the poor guy He. worked
hard to get it to you.
,But imagine this:

You have to drive your car at least 20-30() times a

night, rapidly adding to the depreciation of it- Michael items. ,
TAXPAYER NEIL ,
You also.risk your life driving with some of the a.In .vIIIe


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I Job opportunities abound at Career Expo 1990 I

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JOANNA COLTZMANAlligator the students will receive an interview," she for what was available in his field. Other Representatives said they were looking
By said. students, like marketing senior Angela for specific qualities in the students they
Writer
Students could also get an interview Frommann, said they were looking for jobs. talked to."We're.
Some came looking for jobs,while others through the bidding process, with each student Many students said they were impressed looking for someone who has
were just interested in finding out what receiving 100 points to use for bidding, with the number of companies that were strong communication skills,is enthusiastic,
career opportunities were available in their she said. represented at expo. and focused," said Debora A. Linn, college

fields. The student decides how many of his "All the top companies are here,and they relations supervisor for Barnett Bank. "It'sa
Thousands of UF students, many of them points he wants to use depending on how are willing to give you attention," graduate real turn-off when people ask about salaries
donning suits, filled the O'Connell Center badly he wants an interview with a particular student Nanish Gupta said. right away and when someone hasn't taken
Friday for Fall Career Expo 1990 searchingfor company,"said Tyson."A computer looks at While students were impressed with the the time to learn anything about the com
for information about
future a job or looking the amount of points the student bids and at number of companies, several employerssaid pany."
career opportunities.They the company's criteria.If the student doesn't with the caliberof human
of they were impressed Mike Grubb, resource coordinatorfor
were greeted by representatives
meet the company's criteria, he gets back students and how well expo was run. Home Depot, said his company was
each
more than 250 companies who paid a "
the points that he bid.
$175 registration fee to participate in what "Everything is well-organized and the students looking for people who were aggressive,
However, not all students came to get people-oriented and had outgoing personal.
organizers bill as the largest career fair in are prepared, said Warren Pfeiffer,
the South. interviews. Some, like UF junior Patrice career management directorate for the U.S. ities."We're.
Giaquinto went to find out how to
"Most companies use expo to pre-select preparefor Navy. looking for sharp engineering stu
students for interviews," said Vicki Tyson, interviews next year."I "We've been here before," said Lisa dents who have leadership skills,"said Tom
assistant director for career programs at the came to expo to get an idea of how I Moore, human resource supervisor for Consbruck, maintenance department man
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with Student Government. me next year," she said. liberal arts, computer information, and have done well in school,have lots of energy,
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Alligator in the Middle East these wait, and the group fears West- existed before the invasion," and treated like the Iraqis, they are in
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I r Classifications o How to place a COUNTRY LIVING-near 34th St. Plaza. 2 bedroom/1 ba $175 4 blocks from UF / M/F/ to share beautiful 2taed/2bath

23R duplex, quiet wooded area, centralair 411 NW 15 St. 371-7777 9-185-2 Marchwood townhouse. Washer/dryer,

classified ad: pets ok.... .... .........................$285 pool $245/mo + 1/2/ ut. Call Richard 335-
1 For Rent.Furnished 2 weeks FREE RENT 2 bdr $339 4 1421. 9-20-5-5
In Person: MILL RUN-Spaclous townhouse-2BR 2.5 blocks north of UF. water paid central air,
I 2 For Rent.. Unfurnished Cash check MC or VISA. BA. Pool central air, fans, deck new 421 NW 15 Street 371.7777 9125.2 Female roommate wanted for own room &

paint near Mall and UF"...................$450 own bath or 2 females to share room &
! 3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office bath at Oakbrook Walk. Call 371-1399

For Rent/Sale 1105 I W. University Ave SOUTHFORK OAKS-2BR 1.58A, carpet MOBILE HOMES: and leave message. 9-18-5-5

: M-F8am.4pm dishwasher pool, hookups. ..............$450
; 4 Sublease House/Apt./ 3 FOR RENT/SALE ROOMMATE-quiet, studious, female
Main BookstoreHub WALK TO CAMPUS-2BR house, air carpet needed to share 2br/1ba duplex near cam

! 5 Roommates Customer Service Desk fenced yard .................................$375 1987 Skyline 14x56, 2bd/1 blh. Excellent pus. $180/mo./ Call Lisa 335-9622/378-/

: 6 For Sale : M-F8am-430pm condo $9000 obo 3364884. Alamar Gardens 7464 9-195-5
TOWNHOUSE off of 20 Ave. 2BR 1.5BA
SW 20th Ave.
sell
Splitplan must
7 Real Estate. Reitz Union Cashier's Office Central air, dishwasher, hookups....$325 9195.3 SAVE $$ f/ns/ fun responsible student
M-F gam-9 pm wanted to share safe 2br/2bath, turn apt.

8 Motorcycles Sat & Sun Closed KEY MANAGEMENT Best rental value Mobile homes or lots 1ml to campus, $112.50 + 1/4 util. 336-

I 9 Autos .:.,/ Medical Bookstore, Shands 372.3060 Will take long-term travel trailers Some 4103. 9-18-4-5
good mob. homes for sale Pool quiet.
MF,8am430pmBy 20-5-2
Wantedl Sincere M/F Student
10 Wanted Arredondo Farms Mobile Home Park. 378- n-smokmg
to sublease 2bdr/1b, Kit, hv, deck, yard
Services Mall: Why rent ? Homes for $1 .00 9291. 12-14-63-3
11 repos. wash/dry/ In big house. Sept free! monthly
Use forms appearing weeklyin GoV'1 give away programs! $225+1/2u 371-2477 before lIam or after
Services
12 Typing the Alligator Sorry, no cash by For information 504-649-0670 4 SUBLEASE: 6pm. 9-24-2-5
13 Help Wanted mail MC VISA or checks only. Ext. R-3115. 9-17-1-2

HOUSE/APT. Brandywine International Student needs
14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: Housing available-1 blk to UF, co-ed coop American roommate n/s m. Stay SepDecor
Payment by VISA or Mastercard all util paid inc ac, 10 meals weekly longer. 2bdr/lba. $185/mo for own
15 Personals ONLY. Five dollar minimum. parking laundry $210 per mo. CLO 117 Need rmmt to sublease apt 15 min walk to room + 1/2 bills. Jacuzzi, sauna weight
NW 15th St. 3774269. 12-14-62-2 UF, furnished $187 Call 377-4522
16 Connections M-F8.30.4pm. mo. room, pool. Alejandro 3714668. 9-17-2-
after 6pm. 9-18-5-4 5
17 Notices Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet
Q How to corrector washer/dryer/ available in most units for Sublet furn, large 1 bdr apt until Jan 1, MNS needed to share 4bed/2ba house
18 Rides $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B.2B, 1 & 2 Bath 1990, secure area, In the Pines, call 373. near SFCCOaks Mall. Washerdryerlarge /
19 Pets cancel your ad: $250.$375, sec & Imr. 3726422. 12-14- 3371. 9-185-4 yard, screened porch

76-2 $170mo+1/4util 332.14.60 Frank. 9-17-
20 Lost & FoundJ Cancellations: Studio For Rent $245 a month + util and 2.5

Call 373.FIND Mon Fri. 8. 4 pm INCREDIBLE 2 weeks free rentl Just 4 blocks north of
No refunds can be given. Efficiency Apt. UF call 371-7777 ask about 1530 apt 26 **OWN ROOM** roommate wanted.FNS
Starting at $185 9-18-5-4 / student Short walk to Shands/Cam-/
Starting at $235 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST 210/mo 1/3 util. Call 336-3834. 9-
Alligator errors: pus. +
When will your ad run? Nice one bdrm apt $250/mo./ Sept. & Oct. 20-55
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs.
110 NW 39th Ave rent paid. Cats allowed. 335-5761. 9-19-
Call 373 FIND with any corrections be-
fore noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY 378.3988 4-4 1 Bk to UF, Female room large house,
Classifieds will begin TWO 375-3861 util. Incl, Lock mailbox private room,
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIPST DAY
12-14.76.2 Sublease 1 br/1 ba Point West Next
Apts to cable avail. No $150-$175/mo. Call
DAYS after pets
they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected -
pool close to law school. 345 per month 376-3291 till 9pm. 921-6-5
Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. "Check Our New Specials" Call 3719528. 9-19-4-4
No refunds or credits can be after All Amenities Available
Union or Shands may take given Young couple looking for responsible
placing the ad. Changes called in after FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Sublease-Walk to Campus. Clean furnished roommate own room bath, partly fur.
THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated. Roommates Available studio next to pool & laundry nished. Pool laundry, quiet neighbor

may run for any length of time We're No. 1 'f240/month. Sept. Free. 371-0382/leave/ hood. 275/mo/ + 1/3 utility/cable/
Customer error or changes: REGENCY OAKS message. 9-20-5-4 3324197. 9-19-4-5
and be cancelled at any time.
Corrections must be made in person at 378-5766
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office BEFORE NOON. 3230 SW Archer Road Sublet beautiful 2 bedroom apt. Pool, A serious male student for large 7 bed-

for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee. COUNTRY GARDENS Jacuzzi weight room, clubhouse. $440. room upstairs apt. $160/mo./ + 1/7 util! +
373-4500 Call Diane 375-7285 or Anderson 335- lease. No pets. 1616 NW 3rd Ave. 495-

2001 SW 16th Street 9190. 9-19-4-4 9024. 9-28-10-5

12-14-76-2
Sublease 2 bdr/2 ba apt. Ig rooms pool Need1Froommate for own room in
FOR RENT: UNFURN. SPACIOUS secure area, close to UF, $485 mo. w/ house across from stadium $180/mo. +
FOR RENT
: ONE BEDROOM APT. option for furn. No deposit. Mt. Vernon 1/4 utilities. Call 336-9791 leave message

1 FURNISHED ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2 bdr/2ba w/study ONLY $273/MO. apts. Call office 372-5389. 9-21-5-4 .9-19-3-5
end unit blinds. $600/mo. Call 335-2703. LYONS APT

926102Apartment 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 5 ROOMMATESROOMMATE 3 M/F roommates needed for own room in
FURN BDR. IS min walk to UF, $187 mo, 12-14-76-2 2 luxury apts. only $175 mo. + util, pets
call 377.4522 after 6pm. 9-16-5-1 near Norman Hall 1114 7 okay flexible lease, 1/2 mile to campus

Ave., 1 bdr loft reserved parking central 1 block to UF. large rooms, util paid MATCHING SERVICE 378-1802. 9-28-10-5
1 br apt remodeled parking well lit premises heat/air, $325/mo. 1-407-452-2325 9-19- locked mailbox, cable, nice $150-175 OXFORD MANOR

convenient: $230/mo. security $100. 5-2 also 1 bd ell, Close to campus util paid BRANDYWINE* 1 N/S Fem needed to
Call 377-6918 for appointment 9-17-1-1 quiet 376-3291. 9-12-11-2 Why live alone? Share expenses but share room i60/mon + 1/3 util,

Walk to UF. Studios, 1. 2, & 3 bedroom NOT bathrooms! Large 3bdr/3ba townhouse fully/nicely turn many xtras-call nowl I

apartments just north of UF 411 NW 15 $100 off 1st month's rent) Phoenix Apts. apartments. Washer/dryer In 373-0024. 9-21-55
FOR RENT: St. 371-7777. 9-18-5-2 2bdr/1 ba $325/mo close to UF/Shands, all cluded. Come by today!
2777 SW ARCHER RD 3772777. 9-
2 amenities cenlae/hl. pets ok. 378-1802 6 FOR SALE
UNFURNISHEDWalk 24-1$.5
A studio for $245,1 1 bedrooms $260$349by 918-15-2

UF, nice, must... 411 NW IS
very
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280. Street. 3717777. 9-16-8-2 1 bdrm Quiet complex 1/2/ mile from campus 1 F for own rm/ba In 2br/2.5ba at Casa TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. Full kitchen $345. Call 3723389or blanca. Partially furnished wa/dry pool & drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film canmsters.
Plus LMR. Pool cats clubhs. $250/mo/ + 1/2utll. Call 335-3546. Factory reconditioned unused in past 2
laundry, no or dogs. 2 weeks FREE RENT. Huge 2 bdr/2 ba 3787392. 9.14.6.2AFFORDABLELuxurySecurity
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 12-14- $369. 1000 sq. feet. Bel Air Apartments 921125SERIOUS yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs.
Good machine for small type shop. System
76-2 /
636 NW 26 Ave 3717777. 9-18-5-2
----. Custom Iron sec doors/wndws. SW 142 mature I student to share Includes 3 rolls\8\ in. RC film & 6 font
bra, chandeliers, ceil Ins. micro sensor- beautiful bdrm/2 1/2 ba Greenleaf condoon disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at
zimc bus route. Flexible lease $225/mo + 373-9926 for more Info.
lire fnc. From $260 331-
patio privacy
There/ A Difference.
THEATRES
2099 9-14-5-2 1/2 Util. 373-2509. 9-18-6-5
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
DAILY TWI4JT6 SHOW
OAKS MALL 10 E"sumeMdbtaw espin Tired of complex living? Try our 1 bed- Housebroken apt. mate to share gorgeous brands are all at our New Location! Car
OAKS MAll fiJOq Niwel RAY ROAD room quadraplex. NW area No pets downtown apt. 2bdr/2ba. All mod. conve- Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-

OAKSEAST OAKS WWEST $225/mo Close to campus Call nlenees. $245/mo 373-7456 9-20-10-5 2070 12-14-76-6

1331-6818 mnotommtu I 331-8118 OJMINMOIMU 372-2223. 9-17-5-2 Oct. let, 2BD/1BA located In Millhopper MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146
mount PL eze
Duplex 2 bedroom 1 bath new. Stove, area l75/mo, live with a professional Editor's choice Hewlett Packard *
PUMP UP THE VOUIMI (I) r.llg, dishwasher garbage disp., AC. p.raon.I..v. message please, 373-6830. Northgate. Price lower than mail-order.
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= (Rl TAKING CAM OF BUSINESS (R.) laundry room. Fairly close to campus 9-17-5-5 Systems below Include mb, 40mb ((28ms.)
monitor. MC 286/12
(TlSlMa: 11.001. IPSO. ':4i (TLS 8:45' 13.00)), 640 $375. 462-4964. 9-14-3-2 Harddisk graphics .
Roommate Wanted n/s F to stay SepDecor $1195 MC 386SX $1370 Northgaie
the IUN 'HCAVEN (*) M HAW (R) longer. 185 + 1/2 bills Stay Sep (reel) 388/20 $2399. Leading Edge laptop w/40
:, 911.00)). 7.M.: 10.10ItATUNtM : (TLS 8:359 $3.00)), 6.30; House for rent Buckingham 3bdr// 2ba liv-
Call 374-6434. 9-18-5-5 MB hd & battery $2395.1 & 2 year war
( ) PRESUMED INNOCENT (R) ing room large eat-in kitchen, library scn
.1(Till:U M |. 7.4M0.10: porch Available 9/14 (faculty pref. 332- ranties. Onsite warranties. Panasonic
DICK: : (PC) (TLSS259JOO,815: ) : 3078. 9-14-2-2 M/F roommate to share 3 br/2.5 ba townhouse 1180 printer $165, HP Laser Jet lip .

(TIS SI59: 3.00), 8 00 ALOHA GARDEN APTS. 1-2-3 bra garden utilities, wa/dry Included Call John 338- 76-6
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setting near Shands & shopping flexIble '
'lease, 3009 SW Archer Rd. 377-0555 Classifieds. .
F N/S/ own bdr/bath. $240/mo. + 1/2 util,
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Couch ft chair $200; 3 occloal chair Nice clean modern furniture and antiquesall OAKTREE SHADZ: SNGLASSES D-BASS-car stereo specialist Warehouse Crlmestopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar
$50ea; 2 lamps $25ea; 1 lamp $15; 2 at reasonable prlcea. Come take a RayBan $35 Vuarnet $45 Bolls $40 etc, direct sales on all car audio equipment. Detectors' Infinity, Sansul, Sony,
lamps $15ea; roll top desk $200; chair look. THE PLUNDER HOUSE. 511 SW Call 335-6450 to save your money. 9- Gainesville students 25% off sales/Instal Orion, Bazooka, Home er Car Stereo
$50; 2 tv stands $10ea.; 2 bookcases $10 4th Ave. 3726577. M/C VISA -AMEX. 20-7-6 lations. D-BASS 4504 SW 29th Ave We Beat All Prices 373-3754. 12-14-76-
& 15; rug shampooer $30; call 3329685. 9-17-15-6 G'vllle FL 32608. 9-26-20-6 6
9-18-3 Bikes: 10 and 12 speed good cond new
**** *AIR CONDITIONER*** tires $65/ea/ obo call Randy 371.8281 9- Ed's Warehouse Recycle 372-9718 ****AIR CONDITIONER***
Men's 12-ipd Motobecane. Like new 1 large, 1 small REASONABLE 377-9615. 18.5.8 desks, bikes, ac, beds, stereos, tool 12,000 BTUs that fits & cools Cory/Dia
$140. Call 373.3647. 9.17.2.8 9-17-156 appl, lamps Save furniture, doors, speakers mond Village Apartment under warranty
Bicycle Panasonic DX 3000 Like brand tables, couch. 428 NW ,1st. 9-16-6-6 377.9615 9-17-15-6
FORMALS-exc. cond.-worn once. 2-long FUTON & FRAME new 325.00 377-9790. 9-19-3-6
white $50ea. good 4 initiation. 5 tea From only $200/set. Wireless alarm systems for apt. or house, CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
lengthcolored( ) $20ea. call 3356831. 9- Call Al 3733127. 91715.8 For Sale: Sansul stereo rec., Marantz complete $349 5 yr warranty, panic button any car truck or van fully guaranteed will
18-36 tape deck. Sansul speak., Hitachi VCR, 120 decibel alarm. Call 372-0903 or demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes
DESKS (all sizes), Computer furniture, RCA VCR, Apple 2c Computer monitor, 3713956. 9-20-10-6 sage. 10-19-38-8
Fish tank: 30 gin freshwater all exotic Bookcases, File cabinets, Chairs (all image writer. 3732895. 9-17-4-6
carnivorous fish, complete set up Incl. styles) ft more in stock at guarnateed low **** REFRIGERATOR **** Centiron racer LeMans rt 12spd $250.
stand + 10 gin feeder tank only $200. 372- est prices. THE OFFICE MART 690 NE FOR SALE, Shogun 400 27m 12 speed 12 cubic foot 2 door G.E. refrigeratorworks Mount bike gt outpost 18sp $250, Both
0827. 9.20.5.8 23 Ave. 373.7518. 9-19-17-6 Like brand new 250.00 or best offer, call well clean all shelves $160 delivered excl cond. 2 Rockford Fosgat lOin subs.
Mike at 336-8036 and leave message. 9- 3779615. 9-20-10-6 $150. 462-1623. 9-14-4-6
85 gallon, hexagon aquarium w/wood cab- BEDS BEDS BEDS 18-5-6
inet stand lights, hood & filter $450. 40 NEW FURNITURE USED Brand new Hunter AT bike lor sale. Don't Safari Audio Is Gainesville's newest & finest
gallon tank stand.hoodhghts.filter, Lowest Discount Prices Head tennis raquet sale need and selling for $220. Lvemess. 377- In car audio, cellular & security.
$100.377.7732. 9-18-36 Dumas Discount Graphit Pro $65 Comp Pro $60 MagnumPro 4155. 9-17-5-6 Custom installation ft repair, 336-1128 I
1421 NE 8th Ave. 371-4422 $55 strings ft thermo cover Includedcall 9-27-10-6 i
For Sale' SOFA-brown plaid, makes into 9.28.24-8 3786610. 9-17-4-6 Pioneer Video Disk $250. DOD digital ia a
double bed, excellent condition $150. Call delay $50. DID books(7)( ) $40, Over 2000
332-1594 after 4pm or anytime weekends. ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: Complete king size, waveless waterbed 12 singles lor dJ'. rap dance, ft soul 85' 7 REAL ESTATE dOwner t
9-20-5-6 Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba w/ padded sideboard, headboard + +. $2ea or bulk disc. Bob 378-4003. 9-17- )/
Crunch,Hafler MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 125 heater $175 obo, call 3748657. 9-18- 5-6 will flnancel Nice 3ba 1ba corner
BICYCLE-M yata 512 racing bike 56 cm, NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12.14.76.8 5-6 lot, fenced backyard, good location,
1 year old, shimano group $275. Call 374- HUNGRY? $$35,000.00 Call Shirley 335.4006 454-
9618. 9-18-3-8 King size waterbed headboard w/ lamps Hang us a line 3346 Shema Realty. 9205.7
DISCOUNT HI-FI + etched mirror, heater + mattress, all in Get two large pizzas for only $8.99
Custom Computers 286-12 $ 1000, 286- 722 S. Main *The Red Bldg. excell. cond., $175. 376-5516. 9-18-5-6 Call today. Gator Pizza 8 MOTORCYCLES
20 $1100 386SX $1200, all with 1 mega 372-8202. 9-17-56
ram, 40 meg hard drive, monitor, 1 yr. WE ARE CHEAPER DD/5 Yamaha drum machine $50; Azuki
wrty. 3328333 9-28-10-6 12-14-76-6 Imperial bike $75, girl's 3-speed $50; Teac 10 band EQ; brand new-still in box 1985 Yamaha RZ-350 exc cond. Racingkit
queen waterbed $75; dresser $20 & com- warrantyl) Paid $125-asking I $100 OBO. Inc exhaust. Very fasti Last of 2-stroke
Electronic cat, obeys audio commands, CHEAP RADAR plete toilet $30 376-4824. 9-17-3-6 Call 378-1495 Iv. Magi 9.17.3.6 street. Yellow/blk. $1550neg. Ray 335-
cost $70 sell $35. New stun gun $25. 9312lv mes. 9-26-10-8
Detectors 0 All Brands 375-4875
3733647 9.18-2.6 9-24-20 WINDSURFERS 12 ft. with 6.3 sail and Kaypro II, daisy wheel printer, software,
O'Brien Elite 10.5 ft., 6.0 sail. $325 each. books, cables. $300. 332.4472 after 6pm Like newt! Kawasaki KZlOO only 425 miles
FUTONS & FRAMES $900. Call 3772203. 9-18-3-8
***DESKS*** ((7)) $75 each Call 376-3936. 9-19-5-6 9-20.5.8
Many & models from $200/set.
styles only
and 25 chairs $5 each.
Covers, also. Call Matt 377-2110. 10.5- FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE Urgent! have to sell by Sept. 20. Honda I

15-6 Call 372-3336 day 338-0004 after 7 pm. Civic '85, TV, vcr, bed, shelves, table,
92420.8 chair, lamps, a lot more. Prices negotiable -'
2400 MD MODEM $98 rAil 3ns.euc5: G._ HULA,_ DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited

WORD PERFECT $135 by Trude Michel Jaffe

CALL ELITE 335-1300. ACROSS 4 Certain howlers 40 Sailing 54 High hideout

10.31.33.6 00 ACUVUE NFL 1 Spectacle 5 Ship'S tackle companion 55 Quality
5 Stern 6 On the deep 42 Betel palm 56 Ridge
9 Haberdashery 7 Encircle 44 Jazz style 57 Following
PRODIGY DISPOSABLE CONTACTS item 8 Outmoded 45 Ennobled 58 Pale tan
Inimct"fcnwwl,Serve 14 Mackerel's' kin 9 Set upon 48 Ship's captain 59 Anagram of
15 Bhutan's 10 Starts a voyage 50 Sequential lane
Available at ELITE 3351300.
today.
location 11 Farm yield 52 Up and 61 Luxury
9-28-10-6 $3.2/LenS 16 Blue suit, 12 Fairy-tale about 62 Pall of a cart
sometimes character
Nisiki 26 Prestige racing bike like new + 17 River to the 13 Eight follower ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
$250. Call evenings 373.6521. 921-56 Caspian 21 Miscellanies CAP RAMP F 0 A l
$85.00 Fitting & Eye Exam 18 Fast time 25 Statute
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ONE WEEK FREE TRIAL 19 Nest egg 27 Norse epic TOR A D JJL R A
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COMPUTER Millhopper Optical 23 Actress 30 Function S A T 00 B R A R S

Lansbury 31 Inclusive STAGES A N 0 A S

SYSTEMSSimply 24 Speaker's' place expression POLO C A E A
26 Lorelei, for one 32 Word with suit 0 M 8 0 B U ATE M N

service the and best price.In quality Call 335-1300., 2521 N.W. 41st St. 376-8000 29 Table wine or top A L A R A L MIA N
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MOTORCYCLESMOPED AUTOS SERVICESHORSE .
SERVICESNOVA TYPING

REPAIR 1984 Pontiac 1000 perfect condition new BOARD Greathousa Farm ft STUN GUN 12 SERVICES
Precision Small Engine. Pickup & Delivery clutch battery, tire 86k mile, Equestrian Ctr. The ultimate In care ft Safe, Effective' Non-lethall
available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace, acam/fm asking only $1700 best facilities
or
15 min from
across from Alley Katz 336-3825. 9-28- offer. Call 334-6091. 9-18-3-9 0-28-10-11' UFI Jan 3787762. send $89 $3 S+H to 114' Lahoma *Typing reports busmen legal *
14-8 Lansing, Ml 48915' 517-484-6807' resume cassette transcribed applications
letters notary *etc. Available
1982 TOYOTA TERCEL, blue 4dr Deluxe AAA
STORAGE
CONCEALED WEAPONFIREARMSPERMIT 24 hours/7/ days/372-2777/ 12-14-76-12'
Honda Spree Scooter (for tale. ,1988, Sspd pull out stereo w/4spkrs, cold air, Close to UF, Convenient4r.4x4 COURSE
Comprehensivecourse
and black ralniult, 2040 miles(for $450.Include Call Nolan at 37''helmet.3998. very 21-5-9 clean 91K ml, $1800378-9990. 9- StS/mo by certified police Instructor. Addresses MICRO CENTER// TYPing 378.0339. Full &
4x8x8 $25/mo/ safety, laws, avoidance tech. sell service computing. Typing tarts (@>
9-19-5-8
533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 niques. To apply for a permit you must be 1 50/pg Resumes $6 Sell service resumes

1988 XR250 Motorcroit, low miles, well 10 WANTEDLocal 12-14-78-11 certified. Centrallnk Security, Inc. Office $2.50/hr. 15/page Laser typeset
maintained, like n.w. $750, Call Bill at ,1-673-0509 paging service ,.600.228.. graphics spell check these A
3777732. 9-18-3-8' Artist needs: GOLD, Gems Class *FREE* 3477, pager number 291-5041' paper A special character A employment
Ring ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie't Fine Pregnancy Test databases mailmerge training.
1985 Yamaha 125Z motorscooter 4 tale" Jewelry 373-9243 12-14-76-10 Gainesville Women's SECURITY SYSTEMS WordPerfect specialist.. Visa/MC. 12-14-
Black 2-teater new tires, recently tuned HEALTH CENTER (I an affordable price. Call Davy Enter. 76-12'
$895 Call Candy 466-0614 (only 5000 WANTED: Tennessee ticketsCall 720 NW 23rd Avenue prlaee 338-8636. 9-24-10-11
377-5055 Typing/Word/ Processing Quality dependable
miles on ill) 9-21-5-8 332-0102 332-8890
or Ask
or Keith. 9-18-5-10 for Greg ABORTION (To 24 Wks) .....ATTENTIONIII***** Need service Reasonable rate*. Laser
HONDA 400 Excellent condition, touringpackage. BIRTH CONTROL Macintosh software, hardware or servicesat printer 377-8175 tit 900pm 12147612 -

$900 or trade 375-0260 or 485- Mutt have 8 tlx''11-10 Gator vt. Bulldog Gynecology Services low prices? Call Dave at 373-1524' for '
1093 Gainesville (local) 9-19-3-8' In Jax. Call 407-482-6629 anytime. Will 12-14-75-11 Info 9.2'.8.11
...RESUMES**)*
pay anything reasonable or slightly unrea- ***R ft R Pickup & Delivery professional Complete & ..
onable. 9-19-5-10 Hire me to do your cleaning I Most jobs writing d.v.lopm.nt..rvlc.
9 AUTOSORANGE shippers over 40 yrs. The neighborhoodcourier O.K. Short/long term 0.K. Prices '1/2 of Resume House 371-8148' 12-14-76-12' ..
Wanted: fix to Tenn G'ville's been looking fort 376- chains. References available. 375-7688
game, up to 4 fix, calla
3391,** *
AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCE Iv. *** Typmg/Wordprocessmg/ WordPerfect
message 3775730. 9-18-3-10'
LOW RATES low payment, fast drive- 9252011COLLEGE' MATH TUTORS. Warren Bernard and 5.1, quality work fast results, low rates,

thru service, te habla Espanol 377.2277 TALENT SEARCHI! Cox Cable I looking Bruce Teague. UF and SFCC. Discountsfor dependable, personal service Tara 332-
377CARS. We care. 8-17-10-9 $ MONEY Private scholarships of 25. 37TUTOR. 9-27-10-11 '
for talent to host our SuperVan TV appearances groups
College Scholarship Locators pob
for an entire Call Keri 12147612Classifieds.
1984 Pontiac Bonnevllle 4 door good con. 376-1893 20-4-10 year. at '1881' Joplin MO 64802-1881, 800-879- Problems In Math? Then call Greg at
dition $2650 low mileage call after Sam 7485. 121475.11 3778308. Professional Tutoring offered
before' Rpm 485-2646. 9-17-9-9 at only $12 per hour. 9-185-11" Continued on next page.
j MMH. MHHMI> B>B l HMj > 11 SERVICESNW Hunter Showbarn now accepting students-
j 87 black Chevy Cavalier z-24,5-spd, a/c Past UF equestrian coach, Boarding,
j sunroof tinted window, new tire Enky Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave working students accepted. Farrell Farms Aon Aon AOH Aon Aon[ Aon AOH] AOII[ AOH AOH AOl)

i rim. $6300 or $1800 ft take over payment near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from 472-3142 10-9-30-11
*. Call 3367911. Ask for Bill or $20, 10%dl.c. to students. 3328917. 12- 8 The ladies of Alpha Omicron Pi would like oQ
leave message. 9-13-2-9 14-76-11 BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTIONI! CS to present their Pledge Class :a I
Military tear gas & personal protection
'83 Mercury Caprice, V'8. sunroof, low SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Into. Keychaln unit or home canister C Lauren Abrahams Heather McComat Y
mileage, exc.cond. $2500, 376-8672. 9- Get confidential testing and treatment at $17.95' each + $2.50 shipping (checks ok, o Brennan Adam Meliiu Meyers :OQ C I
'18-5-9 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881. 12- Visa/MC phone orders) Sent immediatelyl Cynthia Berbower Yvonne Milarto
'14-76-11' Sallie Cain, Action Seminars 6141' C Sherri Berger Michelle Moore YO
,1982 Toyota Corolla SR5. R.d.5.apd. Parkforest, Baton Rouge LA 70816' or call Meliaaa Budd Tamara Morton 8
a/c. Very dependable. Asking $2000 504-751-0495' Amy Dunkelberger is Knaty Mynck
** GATOR MOVING **
obo. Please call 335-6921 Iv. message. Yvonne Eitarellas Chelsea Orth
Full/Serv Marlboro Farms. Quality horse boardingon C y
9-20-7-9 Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- o Kimberly Ferri Vivian Perez OQ
Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dis. 50 acres. Riding ring, trails, Individual Karl Fisher Debra Perlman :C I
81 HONDA ACCORD Lie/In Harry/Bill 3744791. 12-14-76-11 turnout, concrete block barn. 6 miles west Elaine
flanJaymie Jenifer Peterson
4-door power steering, a/c. $1500. Call Oaks Mall. Stalls, pasture or full board. 8 Gallagher \ Pamela Pfeifer 0Q
3764824. 9-17-3-9 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons 472-4313. 9-24-13-11' '
Kent Golding r Jeanette Pietraa :a I
boarding woodser facilities *
HONDA ACCORD '82. hatchback, diver hay ride parties tale working Experienced, amateur exercise riders. C Alywa Gonzalez Rachel Pior YO
wgrey Interior air, am/fm brand new students accepted. 466-3224 3758080. Expenses, call for Information 4723777. Cheryl GrayCharlotte Greenman y Amy PopelkaMartha 8 ,.
tire, exc. running cond $1995, 373. 12-14-76-11 9-20-10-11 / Pwtrotny
Heather Harris
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11 Experienced horse trainer show experience
' 1988 Pontiac Trans Am, black. t-topi *SUNBELT MOVING* Arab horses, for Information 472- Q Johnson / Cathleen Smith 8
A/C 25k miles, Alarm pw, pdl. Excellent Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies 3777. 9-20-10-11' Pamela Kasyan Mara Smith
Cond. $10,500. 336-4999.' 9-20-5-9 1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dist. C Megan Kelley Pamela Smith >
Lie/In Priced for Students! Marty 375- NAILS BY VONDELL o Nancy LinaiKathenne Nancy E. Stephen 0
Beautiful 74 VW Bug baby blue, no rust, MOVE. 12-14-76-11' 3131 NW 13 St. 377-1763 Q Loughran Francine Sullivan :aC I II

run great, need tune up $1500 obo, Full sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil I : Knuy Luatgarten Marion Taube >
call & Iv menage 336-8785. 9-20-5-9 Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional Manicures Pedicures Limited Time Only o Michelle Magonigla Meredith Taylor OQ
care In peaceful surroundings. 10-5-20-11 Michell! Martin Melanie Weil :C I
1987 VW Cabriolet, white/white, AM- Daily turnout grooming and TLC. 462- Paticia McCinn
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TYPING SERVICES HELP WANTEDEARN PERSONALSNEED PERSONALS PERSONALS


Typing Typsettmg ** Resumes EXTRA CASH WITH THE PUSH LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Sportswear 25% off; tee shirts 30% off; RAY-BANSI Best Prices Immediate Delivery
From$1SOpg 917 NW 13 St. OF A PIN. Put up posters with application Get special student discounts on exams aerobic wear 50% off; shoes 20.50% off; Call 24 HRS For Free Catalog.
WCS, Inc. 373.9822 forms for VISA, MasterCard and and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT. racquetball frames 30% off... E Z Tennisll ((703)) 3599619. 101220.15
12-14-76-12 other national credit cards on campus. HOOD. 3770881. 12-14-76-15 9-27-10-15
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TypmgLaser Typesetting* that easy 1-800-950-1037 Ext. 75. Permanent Hair RemovalCall FREE labor with string purchase at E Z
resume reports 0 letters etc. 9-20.2.13 Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for Tennissynthetic gut on sale for $9.99. E
378-5465* 3500 W. Univ. Ave. Info about the PERMANENT removal of Z Tennis 34th St. Plaza 372.2257. 9-27- OF SIGMA NU

Alachua Word Processing 12.14.78.12 HELPI) UF's swim team I'm 9 years old ft unwanted facial ft body hair. 374-4307 10-15 THANKS for taking care of' us II
have built-in pool. Mom says I must learnto 12-14-76-15
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Word Processing (WordPerfect 5.1)I) swim & you must be responsible.She'll For quality products, prices & service 365 Love, sweethearts
Fist Service same day possible. ( grill you, believe mel) Please STUDENTS GET CASH$ days a year, try the tennis authority In 9-17-1-15 your
Spellchecking different fonts. please call me If you can spare 1 hour per For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's G'vllle. E Z Tennis 34th St. Plaza 372. .
Laser print possible. Call 378.8127. week 3328070. Don't let me Sink! 9-18- 372.'228.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next Central 2257. 9-27-10-15
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MAKE-UP ARTISTS WANTED lor''10th SAVE ON YBANS study hard, dress well, play tennisft WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave,
13 HELP WANTED Annual Gallery of Horror Oct. 12-31 University Opticians BMW might help (joke) E Z Tennis 34th 372-6724. Old esoteric books, astrology

Oaks Mall. Call 378-0041 or 374-4334 for 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 St. Plaza 9-27-10-15 readings, crystals, minerals, and more.
CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER lor The application. 10-3-15-13 12-14-76-15 9-17-15-16
Independent Florida Alligator. Must own Stringing-Nylon $8 +; Syn. gut $10 *; Pro
reliable van or pick-up truck and be available Executive (He Insurance clerk. Part-time, FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC Blend $16 +. Ready within 24 hours- Z GAY? BI? QUESTIONING?
from 5 a.m until II a.m. Monday afternoons $4/hr. Call for appointment Serving UF since 1977 Tennis 34th St. Plaza 372.2257 9-27- GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs
through Friday. Must have excellent drivIng 373-3636. 9-19-5-13 Most Insurance accepted 10-15' Inlo/Referral/Consultatlon 12-14-76-16
record and valid Florida driver li. 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave.
cense. Pay per route plus mileage. Delivery driver, part-time, morning hours. Dr. Steven Schargel Shoe Sale on all Inventoryll Save from BODYBUILDERSIIIII!!!!!
Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West Apply In person at Hill Supply Company, 373-7070 20-SO%., Unbelievable prices ft selec
University Avenue. Ask lor the route 1814 NE 23rd Ave No phone calls 9-27- 12-14-76-15 tion. Come on down to E Z Tennis 34th
driver application. No calls, please. Affirmative 10-13 St. Plaza. 9-27-10-15 Attend our course on contest prep. Ev.rySII
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Best Jewelry ft Loan 371-4387. FIND. amber eyes at Wood River on Depot Ave.
When you're stuck out in O2 10-12-23-16 I Wearing electronic flea collar. Call 376-
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FOUND: Young, black cat w/ long, thick
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fur, affectionate! found at NW 19 Ave
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check & making loan*. Look for discreet 10-12-23-16 pkg transported. GMG trans 336- LOST: Gold chain w2/ charms near FOUND: Purple backpack w/ walkman,
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. Cross country teams open season in solid fashionBy

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MARC LAROZE Championships the last two years,with four sophomore Coralena Velsen in 17:48.A : The meet, with only UF and SFCC com
UF runners finishing in the top 10. pleasant surprise for O'Reilly was the peting, was a tune-up for the Gators before
Alligator Writer "The quality and commitment of the performances of freshmen Marny Westphaland their meet next Saturday at the Universityof j
The UF women's cross country team hada group was tremendous," Coach Monica Breda Gaffney, who finished fifth and Virginia. "
strong second-place showing at the Mich- O'Reilly\ said. "Start-wise this was a begin- ninth, respectively Mike Mykytok won his second meet as a
igan State Invitational Saturday in East lan- ning for us and we will definitely be able to The men's cross country team defeated collegian at the 10,000 course in 25:30: with
sing, Mich. build on what happened today. Santa Fje Community College in the Florida Mike LeValle, Dan Middleman, and Chris
The Gators finished behind Michigan,the Senior Wendy Frazier finished first on a Twi-Ught meet Thursday at the UniversityGolf Wilson finishing second through fourth, re
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MQNDAY.SEPTEMBE817 11, UUJGATOR.< 17 rN


N team wins tourney FSU joins Atlantic- I


BJ MIKE SCHULTZ ahead 10-6 In game one, the Gators allowed FSU to
Alligator Writer climb back to 11.11 before a Steffi Legall kill starteda Coast Conference
string of four straight points for the 15-11 win.
After breezing past Florida International in straight Leading 104 in the second game, the Gators
games Friday night, it took all the UF volleyball team couldn't stop the attack of FSU's Maggie Philgence, By MIKE SCHULTZ State wasn't all that interested in"
had to defeat favorite Florida State in five games who rallied the Seminoles to a 14-16 victory. Alligator Writer becoming a member of the SEC,
Saturday at the Florida 4 Tournament in Miami. said Dr. Roger Sayers, presidentof
But the Gators rallied from an 0-8 deficit in the fifth It's
official
finally ; Florida Stateis Alabama."We want schools who
saved for
But the Gators nothing Saturday's second
and game to win 15-12 and take the match 3-2. the newest member of the Atlan- are eager to become members of
match, and a physically emotionally drained UF
The Gators were led by Legall and Kim Hale with tic Coast Conference. the SEC. Since no formal offer had
3-0 the South Florida Bulls
by team
team was upset ,a
that the Gators beat handily last week. 19 kills apiece. Suzy Schutz, who along with Legallwas Commissioner Gene Corriganand been made, we decided to remove
selected to the All-Tournament team had 13 kills. Florida State from
FSU President Bernard Sliger further consideration
Florida State,South Florida and UF all finished the
round-robin tournament with two wins and a loss, Gator setter Heidi Anderson had a career high 72 sealed the deal, making FSU the for membership. It was a
while host Florida International was 0-3. assists against the Seminoles. Anderson had 128 ninth member of the ACC. consensus."

By virtue of its 8-3 record in games played, FSU assists for the tournament, and moved into fourth Corrigan said the Seminoles will Although some details remainto
was the tournament champion,followed by USF, 6-3. place for career assists as a Gator with 965. begin competing in all sports except be worked out, FSU becomes a
The Gators finished third with a 6-5 record in games After the FSU match, the Gators had a two-hour football in 1991-92. The earli- revenue-sharing member of the
played. FIU didn't win a game.In wait before taking on South Florida, and UF couldn't est projection for football is the ACC July 1,1991.
dominating FIU 154,15-10 and 15-10 on Friday, maintain its momentum or emotion. 1993-94 season."I .
the Gators experimented with new combinations and Gators coach Marilyn McReavy chose to rest the think it's a terrific opportunity The ACC had been looking to
rotations in preparation for the Seminoles, UF assistant starters in the first game against USF, and the Bulls for us in terms of every aspect of strengthen its football,and the ad-
coach Mary Jo Peppier said. jumped out to a big lead against UF's second team. athletics,in terms of how they view dition of Florida State does that.
"We were able to use a weaker FIU team to practicenew When the starters did return they never got on athletics and how we view athletics The Seminoles were ranked No. 2
variations and specializations,"Peppier said."We track, as the Bulls rolled to a 15-11, 15-12, 17.15 ," said Sliger, who signed FSU last year in football and hold the
were happy with the way it all worked out,and it will victory. Friday. same spot this year behind Notre
allow us to compete with more varied opponents." "We learned a hard lesson in emotional control Amid rumors of the ACC's invitation Dame.
The Gators responded by winning a hard-fought, today," Peppier said. "We hope those lessons will! to Florida State, SEC presi-
emotional match against a taller, more experienced contribute to our performance against challenging dents voted Thursday not to FSU had been a football inde-
Seminole team 15-11,14-16,15-11,5-15 and 1512. opponents next weekend." consider FSU a candidate for ex pendent since 1947, and a memberof
In the first two games of the match, UF once again UF ((5-3)) will play in the Illinois Tournament next pansion."It the Metro Conference in all
showed an inability to hold onto leads. After getting weekend. seemed to us that Florida other sports since 1976.

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I Spurrier's adjustments leave Alabama confusedBy



to the wall in the second half."
RON KASPRISKE
Alligator Staff Writer Halftime adjustments by Spur
rier, tacked on to some missed
TUSCALOOSA Ala. The
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Alabama turned the
coverages
same offense that had racked up
around, Oliver said.
567 yards and 41 points a week ago game
was facing the possibility of being FOIL
"We changed up our coveragesa
held to under 200 yards and 0
and
couple of times they were
points. bad calls,"Oliver said."We had our
Alabama cornerback George linebackers covering from bound-
Teague admits he wasn't the only ary to boundary and you can't do
member of the Crimson Tide de- that."
fense who was thinking that at halftime -
of the UF-Alabama game The most glaring mistake the
Saturday. Crimson Tide's secondary made
po Teague and his teammates had was allowing the 70-yard pass, a
reason to feel that way after hold which Matthews completed from
ing the Gators to just 102 yards in the Gators' 2-yard line.
the first half, including stoppingthe
Gators twice on fourth and one. Matthews hit Ernie Mills streak

But when the second half began, ing down field, highlighting
Teague said he noticed something Alabama's one-on-one coverage.
different about the Gators. Teague was covering Mills, but

"They were talking up a stormin safety Efrum Thomas was sup- low
the first half,"Teague said. "But posed to help with the coverage.

when they came out to start the
second half I "We told our kids that Steve's
noticed they got real
quiet almost business-like." big time with the pass"Oliver said.
"If he's backed up on the one, two,
offense had
Spurrier's
a new or three, he'll throw it in a heart-
look, Teague said, changing froma beat."
conservative first-half attack to a

wide-open secondhalf attack. Alabama head coach Gene Stall-

By games' end, quarterbackShane ings was tentative to blame the loss
Matthews had racked up on the defense.
267 yards passing, including one
touchdown pass and another good "They're going to make the
for 70 yards, setting up a field goal. plays.You've got to remember that

.. "Steve (Spurrier) knows how to this team threw for over 400 yards I., A
adjust to a lot of things," said Alabama last week,"Stallings said."Anytimea
defensive coordinator Bill Ol defense allows just 17 points, it
iver. "They changed their pass played well enough to win they
routes from anything they've ever just made some key plays and that ADRIAN DENNIS
done before. Alabama quarterback Gary Hollingsworth had his hands full In the second half.
They had our backs was the difference.

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I Stallings under fire Gators' White has big dayin


'

I I after Tide's 0-2 start memory of his fatherBy

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Now Crimson Tide players
,
I By RON KASPRISKE ago. son to his father, who died last Hollingsworth guided the Tide
I said it might be Stallings' turn to
1 Alligator Staff Writer take some flack. Alligator Staff Writer December of a heart attack during past midfield with less than four
surgery.White carries a picture of minutes remaining,and found Rus-
TUSCALOOSA Ala. It
was
"I'm quite sure he'll take flack TUSCALOOSA, Ala. Alabama his father
everywhere, and it appeared sell over the middle.
difficult to tell what Gene
Stallings "
from fans said Alabama defensive
our quarterback Gary Hollingsworthsat Saturday in the locker
t was thinking Saturday after losing tackle George Thornton. by his locker, a confused lookon room. White also found Russell. The
his second straight game as Ala- "He'll get a lot of negative unde- his face. "Before every game, I think collision jarred the ball loose, and
I bama head coach. served criticism, but those fansaren't "How many did he have, two?" about what he told me," White the pass fell incomplete.A UF sack
Stallings, who is now 0-2 as the "
true fans.
unansweredHollingsworthtoPrince
Hollingsworth uttered. said."He said There time and an
Crimson Tide's coach, held his comes a
composure as he explained to re- "Our fans are fickle," defensive Three, actually. when you want something real Wimbley
porters that his team wasn't readyto back George Teague said. "Hope' "Wow. He was everywhere bad. Go hard for it and don't let prayer in the end zone later gave
call it a season after losing to UF fully they'll respect him and give today." anything stop you.' the Gators their second-straight
1713. him support, but that's hard to do The "he" Hollingsworth was '"Before every game I have visions victory over Alabama.
But when the news conferencewas when you're (0-2) at the beginningof talking about was UF safety Will about what's going to happen
over, Stallings stood outside the season." White. The sophomore inter- that day. I put on my headsets and The thing you have to remember
the Crimson Tide's lockeroom and cepted three Hollingsworth'passes listen to music and think about my is that a free safety has to go
vented some of his frustrations. Saturday had a season- father and the game coming up. on intuition," said Alabama defensive
"There's no way we should've Cornerback Mike Smith added high 11 tackles and broke upa pass Where I go, his picture goes." coordinator Bill Oliver. "He
given up that long pass,and there's that fans may not realize the players on Alabama's last drive.. White's second pickoff snuffeda had to know when to make a breakon
01 no way we should have let them ,and not Stallings,were respon- The three interceptions tie a second-quarter Alabama drive a receiver and if you pick the
block that punt," said Stallings. sible for the loss. school record set twice in 1956 by that had reached UFs 14-yard line. wrong one. You lose. White made
who took over as head coach last "He has to take the heat because Joe Brodsky and again in 1970 by. White stepped in front of All-South some great decisions today."
January when Bill Curry left for he's the coach,but I feel more bad John Clifford. eastern Conference tight end
Kentucky. for the players,"Smith said."It was "Being a quarterback in high Lamonde Russell and picked White the contest's most
This loss killed us. I wanted so our responsibility to perform not school helped my perspective out Hollingsworth's floater out of the valuable performer, according to
bad to win." his." there,*White said. "He has a habit air at the 1-yard line before leaningout Hollingsworth had a big gamein
So did many Alabama fans, who looking too long at his receivers, of bounds."I his sights last week after watch-
were more than happy to welcome Stallings, who received a stand- and I got some good Jumps out t told Richard (Fain) to play ing films of Alabama."I .
Stallings and say goodbye to Curry. ing ovation by the Birmingham' there." him close,I was right behind him,"
outsider with Quarterback Club on Monday,said Hollingsworth was unaware of White said. "Richard ,
Curry was an nodes he isn't worried what fans will got a good watched a' lot of film on
to Alabama while Stallings was his habit. bump on the receiver, and I brokein. (Hollingsworth) last week: and
once a member legendary coach think. "Do I really?" Hollingsworthasked. .If I could have stayed in bounds, saw he looks at the guy he's throw
it Paul "Bear" Bryant's staff and "It's not something that con "I must have today. He I think I could have gone all the ing to all the way," White said. "I
knew the Alabama way. cerns me. I have a job to do, and would know." way." thought hey, this could be. my.

L....Of course: that. was..,.two.losses ...that's-...to. .coach. -this...team.-. -,"......-....,White..-..said..-he.-dedicated-.......-the....sea-. White haunted Russell all day. day."



MONDAY SEPTEMBER 17,1 999.ALUGATOR.

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I Spencer performs



j repeat of last weekTUSCALOOSA


.L Ala. Alabama We don't worry about stuff like I
flanker Craig Sandersonnever that." I

should have beaten UF cor- Streak over at 25
nerback Jimmy Spencer for that
first-quarter touchdown.But UF kicker Arden Czyzewski,
who hadn't missed in 25 attemptsat
Spencer knows how to get
UF- 16 extra points and nine .
Block Crimson Tide
even. a punt.
field goals saw his perfect ,
string end Saturday in the first -
Doyel quarter when his 47-yard field

NOTEBOOK goal attempt fell short.


Czyzewski later hit a 23yarderand

Spencer, who redeemed himself added two extra points.

with a blocked punt last week Tide loses two more fit 'd kn a
after letting Oklahoma State re-
ceiver Curtis Mayfield slip behind Alabama, already without the
him, mirrored that sequence Saturday services of All-SEC tailback Siran
against the Tide. Stacy for the rest of the season

UF's other cornerback All- after last week's knee surgery,

American Richard Fain, pouncedon lost two more starters Saturday. Alt

the block in the end zone for
the Gators' final score of the Wide receiver Craig Sandersontore
a ligament in his knee after
game,giving UF a 17-10 lead over
Alabama. making a 28-yard reception, his
sixth catch of the
"He took so long I thought it day.

was a trick play," Spencer said.
"When his leg came forward, I Earlier, Tide linebacker Antonio
London suffered a possible
was already on top of him.
broken bone above his eye.

.
Like father, like son At least they're trying

Twice UF was faced with fourth
The last UF squad to beat Ala- and one deep inside Alabama territory

bama in Tuscaloosa featured a twice the Gators chose to

defensive lineman named Gerald run for it, and twice their attemptwas ,
Odom. That was 1963. stuffed. Alabama stopped a I ; ''', ,
.
Twenty-seven years later,Jerry sweeping Willie McClendon for j< > ,,J" l' '
,
'"
Odom Gerald's son spearheaded no gain and later dropped him fora -1"/. ,14 > .
another win over the Tidein loss up the middle."I .
Tuscaloosa."I .

was talking to the guys, and thought I'd called the worst d .. Na
I don't think they realize how rare offensive game of my life there in
this is," Odom said. "I mean, my the first half with those runs,"
dad was on the last Florida teamto Spurrier said. "We needed to get
AUKIAN UtNNIt
win a game here.. I guess that the ball in the air more in the UF's Jimmy Spencer, center, blocks a punt In the fourth quarter resulting In the go-ahead touchdown
shows how focused this team is. second half." Teammate Richard Fain recovered the block in the end zone. I



f1 Cramps are a thing of the past .

r ... ...
By RON KASPRISKE nip it in the bud. player about two quarts of fluid

Alligator Staff Writer With Spurrier's approval, team before each game, and at halftimewe
"
physician Pete Indelicato began administering give them another quart.

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. Steve intravenous injectionsof Many players said it's a great
Spurrier knew all too well that the a salt-water solution to UF's play- Ideathe only problem is that it

110-degree heat on Alabama's arti- ers. requires a needle. .,.
ficial turf would cause several of
"There are other teams in col- "Some of them are supersti-
his players to get cramps duringSaturday's lege and pro football who're experimenting tious," Indelicato said. "And they

game. with the I-Vs," Indelicatosaid. want the same doctor to give them
But instead of treating the prob- "But we're into it more than the IV each game. I believe this is
lem as it arose, Spurrier decided to any team I know of. We give each the coming thing in football."


AtU'YM Gators 17, Crimson Tide 13

Totals 39 12 el 0 11 Anderson 11 44 39 0 22
316 0 23
UF 0 0 10 717 Hollingsworth IS
Crimson Tide 7 0 3 3 -10 Pa..lng All C".p Inl Yde TO Turner Houston ; '; '; g 8 3Lassie .

1 0 -2 0 0
SUMMARY UF ALA Matthews 37 21 128 7 1 Sanderson 2 48 48 0 27
Totals 37 21 1 287 1 Lynch 5 18 18 0 IS
First Downs 14 17 Jones 11 43 38 0 7
Rushes-Yards 30.118 43. 142 ''Receiving No Yds TO Lg Totals 43 173 142 0 27
Passing Yards 267 162
Comp- ,,-Int 21.37-1 14- 28.3 Barber 3 37 1 17 Passing All Cmp Inl Yds TO
> Fumbl.-Lo.t 5.1 3-1 Mills 3 90 0 70 Hollingsworth 28 14 3 182 1 a
Pen'IU.-Yards 5.35 220 Everett 4 41 0 II Totals 28 14 3 182 1
Time of Possession 27:00: 33:00: Sulllvin 2 25 0 19OF
McNabb Receiving No Yds TO Lg
STATISTICS Kirkpatrick g g g ,=
McClendon 3 3 10 18
.
3 0 3
Lassie 1
-'4Linebacker Rushing All Yds N.. TD Lg Totals' 21 .287 1 70 Sanderson IS 84 1 28

McNabb 5 28 21 0 11 ALABAMA STATISTICS Tumedrey 2 25; g gMcCI.ndon 213
Jerry Odom ((57)) celebrates with his teammates In the sa 11 16 0 e Russell 3 28 0 11
south end zone as the Gator stopped Alabama on Its last possession Rhea 10 38 38 0 I Rushing All Ydl N.. TO Lg Totals 14 112 1 21
Randolph 2 10 10 0 64aUhwfs

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20,ALLIGATOR,MONDAY,SEPTEMBER 17,IM

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I nips Tide, overcomes mistakes in first half .1.1By I


SHARON GINN "Our defense was fantastic again today," Spur
rier said. "We kept playing hard. With a defense
Alligator Staff Writer
like this, you can play poorly on offense."
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. It wasn't pretty, but it UF led 17-10 in the fourth quarter after Fain
was a win.That's recovered in the end zone a punt blocked by Air
what UF quarterback Shane Matthewssaid cornerback Jimmy Spencer.
Saturday after the Gators squeaked out a White made all three of the Gators' intercep-
17.13 come-from-behind victory over Alabama at tions Saturday, including one in the third quarterat r it M
Bryant-Denny Stadium. the Gators' 2-yard line that ended a 56-yard
And it was true.Neither the 24th-ranked Gators drive by Alabama.
((2-0)) nor the Crimson Tide ((0-2)( ) could avoid White also returned one interception for 21
... making mistakes throughout the game, which yards in the second quarter.His .
was the Southeastern Conference opener for both three interceptions tied the school recordfor f
teams. the most in a game by one player."It .
Alabama committed four turnovers Saturday, was a great game for him,"Fain said. "He's
including three interceptions thrown by Tide proven that he's a quick free safety now."
quarterback Gary Hollingsworth into the handsof The Florida defense held the Tide to 304 total
sophomore free safety Will White. yards and sacked Alabama's All-SEC quarterback 4 I'
The Gators turned over the ball twice. Mat Hollingsworth twice.Hollingsworth I
thews tossed his first interception for UF in the who broke the school record
fourth quarter, resulting in a 46-yard Alabama for passing yardage in a season last year, com-
field goal. pleted only 14 of 28 passes for 142 yards Saturday.He .
But those three points were not enough to give accepted all the blame for Alabama's loss.
the Tide the victory. And in the end, all that "I didn't make the throws,"Hollingsworth said
mattered to the Gators and to Coach Steve Spur "I didn't put them on the mark. It's my fault to
rier was the score on the board and that extra come out today and not do that,just like last weekin
number in the win column. ( Alabama's 27-24 loss to Southern Missis- d 5
"We needed this one bad,"cornerback Richard sippi)."
Fain said. "Everyone said that we beat Oklahoma But by the end of the game,Hollingsworth had ..
State 50.7, but let's see what we can do against to work without two of his key players. Last week
Alabama. That got us mad." All-SEC senior tailback Siran Stacy was lost for
And it made the Gators mad enough to keep the season due to a knee injury. tell
plugging away for the win after an unproductivefirst And in the fourth quarter,junior wide receiver
half. UF entered the second half behind 7-0. Craig Sanderson tore an anterior cruciate ligament
c "It was a wonderful win for us in that we were in his knee, also ending his season.
behind, we were on the road and that it was a big Alabama head coach Gene Stallings said de-
conference game for us," Spurrier said. spite the loss, he was happy with the overall
But the Gators' offense, Spurrier said, wasn't performance of the Tide's offense. But in orderto
wonderful. At the end of the first half, UF had win, Stallings said his team needs to keep the
amassed only 102 total yards. injuries to a minimum.
Matthews,who passed for 141 yards in the first "The one thing that concerns me right now is
quarter against OSU last week, managed to com keeping our players healthy,"Stallings said. "But
plete only two of seven passes for 20 yards in the improvement-wise, this team played hard."
first quarter Saturday. But not hard enough to keep the Gators downin
Spurrier said the real standout of the game was the second half.
.. .
I the Gators defense, which held the Tide to only The UF offense scored 10 points in the third
one touchdown and was responsible for a touch quarter. Senior wide receiver Terence Barber ADRIAN DENNIS I
Defensive tackle Brad Culpepper celebrates UF's go-ahead touchdown.
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tliw .LS a Not oiI al Issoc.t d wY I I the Umw111 IV I FIoda VOLUME 84, NUMBER 15 PubI. hOd bw Cmn, C rrnnc, ,o, Inc P, GQ nes'ill, horda MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1990 Lombardi: UF needs more control over money By DEBBIE CENZIPER Aligator Starf Writer JACKSONVILLE -Echoing his past demand for more financial flexibility, UF President John Lombardi said the only immediate way to save the summer terms is to give universities more power over their own finances. By freeing money in state trust funds, UF can overcome its $8.4 million loss in budget cuts, Lombardi told state education leaders Friday. Putting that money where it's needed most will save UF from drastic moves such as canceling classes and laying off faculty Only Gov. Bob Martinez and his Cabinet can give universities the emergency option of digging into trust funds, which legislators set aside for specific areas such as equipment or buildings Because the money can be used only for those particular items, it can't be used to curb the State University Systems' $499 million shortfall, he said "Our range of alternatives to deal with this is extremely narrow," Lombardi said "It forces us to put the burden of this cut on University of Florida students." Lombardi said the Board of Regents realizes universities are "between a rock and a hard place" and have no choice but to agree to cancel classes or fall back on trust funds The board Lombardi is the 13 member panel that oversees [he nine state public universities Lombardi's request for more university power and less legislative control is not a new one He told the Regents in July that lawmakers increase education costs because they restrict how universities spend money "While we need many specific resources, programs, and legislation, and while we present to you a carefully articulated set of see Classes, page 5 Local businessmen fear summer lull By MEN KUNDIS Alligator Wnter_ Doing business in Gainesville has always revolved around one thing -students. Now, with the possible cancellation of most UF summer classes, area businesses are bracing for bars and restaurants to be as empty as the classrooms. While many businesses shorten their hours and reduce staff for the annual summer slowdown, a cancellation of UF's Summer A and C semesters would mean even small crowds would disappear Jerry Hines, president of the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce, said a recent survey shows that the cancellation of summer classes could cost the community $38 million. He said the chamber and UF leaders an discussing alternatives to canceling classes. "I'm satisfied that the University is doing it's best to find an alternative," Hines said. U, found itself against the wall financially when Gov. Bob Martinez last week told all state agencies to trim 5 percent of their budgets after state revenues fell Shoji. Mike Edge, a manager at Central City, a local dance club at 201 W. University Ave., said he fears for the survival of the smaller. newer clubs in the downtown ar TSoarne of the smaller clubs.re ally need that time to establish their business," he said. flis crisis for local businesses comes on the heels of another financial catastrophe. The recent murders of five students put a chill on business that is still being felt. "We're still waiting for it (business) to kick back In," said Rich Fording, manager of Gumby's Pizza at 1011 University Ave. ,Gumby'sadotherfooddeivery were especially hurt by the panic generated by the murders. "lney're handing out fliers on campus saying not to order food to be delivered," Fording said "That makes it a little hard on us The hardest-hit businesses are those that require nightly walk-ins as the core of their clientele People have been actively discouraged from walking at night by city and campus officials. Keith Lamb, a bartender at the Purple Porpoise, 1728 W University Ave., said the first two weeks of school, normally a busy time for bars, was one of the slowest he has seen. "Labor Day weekend usually is the biggest party weekend of the year." Lamb said. This year, the Purple Porpoise closed early Friday and didn't reopen for the weekend The double dose of bad luck for the local economy is making sone business owners wonder if all their peers can survive a summer with. out students Hova agers were confident that their own businesses would weather the slowdown. ne enrollment of UFs Summer Term A, which about 17,000 students usually attend, makes up the backbone for businesses that serve about 34,000 students during the spring and fall While it is a slower time, some businesses still prosper. At Balls Oyster and Wing Bar, 1718 W University Ave, a staff member said because students are usually taking only one or two classes, they have moredfree time and are more likely to go out at night. At Ferah's On The Avenue, 1120 W University Ave., manager Jeff Farah said business drops by one third in the summer. but there ar sam 4uenr massa 'S SS SULLIVAN Vern Ayborn, owner of Vern's Kwik Stop, processes lottery tickets for Tony Earwood of Gainesville Friday evening. See related story, page 4. Search through woods ends Police say evidence could take months to By MATTHEW SAUER Alligator Writer With their search through miles of southwest Gainesville woods complete, investigators looking for clues to the murder of five local college students saidit could be months before any evidence gathered in the hunt might be connected to the cases. 'Like I've said before, you always find items out in the woods," Alachua County Sheriff's spokesman Lt. Spencer Mann said. "Anything we do find will be forwarded to the task force. Through the course or this investigation, the (lorida Department of lri, Enforcement) has allowed us, to use theircrime investigators and they'll be the ones to look at anything we found About 150 state and local law enforcement officers and military personnel searched Thursday and Friday through the southwest Gainesville woods near the Hawaiian Village apartment of possible suspect Edward Humphrey and the three murder sites. The military personnel, who left the area after Friday's search, were Florida National Guardsmen and 85 graduates of the U.S. Naval Training Center in Orlando. Both units were skilled in the type of search required for the 10-square mile marshy, wooded ara. Mann said. process, tie to case 'When we first started this thing it was the shotgun approach," Mann said "I think it's safe to say things are more focused now Some personnel have been redeployed and the investigations continue Hut I would not say that an arrest is immient Mann said the amount of mformation to be analyzed will require the investigation to continue for some time. 'There's a wealth of information to sort through. We want to be as thorough and careful as we can and sometimes that can take weeks, months or even years." Gators sneak past Alabama, 17-13.20

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MONDAY.SE~rEMBEC17.19,99 ,ALIGATOR 3 New SG party focuses on 32608 ZIP code area By CARRIE SEGAL Alligator Writer Students interested in running with a party in upcoming Student Government elections can choose between the old standby or the new kid on the block. The 32608 Coalition, the newest addition to SG's historically long list of political parties, is out to challenge the established Vision Party that swept the spring elections. The new party will focus on the students who live in the 32608 ZIP code area of Southwest Gainesville including the apartmeunts along Archer Road. But not all students in the party are from that ZIP code, party President Nelson Miranda said. Forty Student Senate seats are up for grabs in the upcoming Oct. elections and nine of those spots are from the 326)8 area, year's figures estimate that 8,000 students Miranda said He said he plans to have nine lived in that area, and Miranda said one of people from his party run for those open his goals is to initiate a crime watch there seats Miranda said he got the idea of running "We're not going to develop 200 platform a small party by looking at the mistakes of big SG parties, who often pretend to represent the whole student body even though they don't have the time or money to do so "I can address all the issues of the students because this area is a sample of the whole University of Florida student body "I don't have the resources -time -to reach 34,000 students FALL E SOGAL ELECTIONS ," he said or money Miranda also said he doesn't plan to campaign much in school, but will go door to door on the streets of the 32608 area Last issues," Miranda said, adding his biggest goal is to get students im his area to run for open Senate seats. The Vision Party, which secured the top SG positions n February's elections, is still going strong, said spokesman Marna Weston at last week's Senate meeting "Vision is continuing its goal of being the most studentservices oriented party in the history of Student Government," Weston said. Students interested in running for any open Senate seats can pick up applications in the SG offices on the Reitz Union's third floor Potential candidates have to meet UF requirements in order to run for SC postions fhis process, called "qualifying, starts Wednesday, Sept 26 1 Interested students nst have a 2 Ograde point average, be taking 12 credit hours and must not be on Student conduct probation Also next week, students can join a i ical party -called "slating Students also may run ndependenw of a party Regardless of which party students choose, Miranda said students should get involved in SG "I encourage every student to run with us or with Vision Group attacks men at local apartment By MATTHEW SAUER Alligator Writer A UF nursing student said he was attacked and beaten Sunday morning by a gang of men "%ilding" in the area of Homestead Apartments on 34th Street Michael Owsiany, 34. and Gainesville resident Christopher Kardoic, 26, were walking past the apartments at 3611 S W 1th St at about 2 am when they Aere thrown to the ground and kicked repeatedly in the face by four or five attackers, according to the police report Owsiany, who has only been in town for three weeks. said he is considering leaving Gainesville as a result of the attack The police report described Owsiany and Kardoiz as intoxicated. but Owsiany denied he was drunk. "How can they say that when they never did a blood test on us or anything," Owsmany said "It's bad enough when you get beat up, but then to be accused of some thing that didn't happen is worse." Alachua County Sheriff's spokesman 1i Spencer Mann said a blood test in not always neces sary to determine if someone is drunk mhe responding officer's judgment oten is the only source to confirm it, he said Owsiany, a lieutenant m niider im the U S Navy Reserve ,atil several Sheriff's deloito.s came to the scene, but were unwilling to chbase the attackers, "\We could of caught the guys. but every time I suggested we chase them, the cops would ask me why I wanted to go after then,. he said "When they first arrived, they accused us of lying and said ifwe didn't tell the truth, they were going to lock us up." Neither of the men were robbed and could not provide any motive for the attack, according to the police report. Dinosaurs come alive Exhibit features video, special effects By JAY AT. LAWOM Afligater Witer "Dino-Mania" struck the Florida Museum of Natural History Sunday as eight dinoaurs Invaded the museum's main exhibit halt The animated dinosaurs ar part of the museum new 5,200 squarefoot temporary exhibit, called Dino-Mala,which Includes sound effects, a movie presentation, and hands-on activities, museum spokeswoman LAAnn Flynn said. The museum' new Fossil Study Center, a permanent exhibit, also opened Sunday. Timed to conilemeat Din-Mania, the fossilexhibit includes prehistoric skeletons and educational computer games, she said. Opefing-day visitors wen enAVON14p S. "i great," said Kris Idegestead, 8, of Gainesville, who said he liked the dinosaur, But Maria Skrypek of Ocala said her 4-year-old daughter, Annm "likes the pictures but is scared of the animals." Museum employees spent a month building rocks, plants, and trees to surround the dinosaurs, said Ron Chesser, who worked on the exhibit The sets were com pleted after the dinosaur, arrived from a California company about two weeks ago. Townsoftheexhibitareavailable for school and civic groups at reduced admission, Flynn said. However, the museum will not provide guided tours for children younger than five because the exhibit might frighten them, she said. Admission for Dino-Mania, adltsand.50fUamsdAhe for adult, and $3.50 for UF studenti UF By"NE ileg Styrofoam the latest prod at IJF. Gator Dinin collecting styr Reitz Union sn riaforthepast of an experime gram, GatorDf tor, Wes Mille Since thepr 90 percent o given out at th been recycled the 30-day pr will decide wt to other locate altogether. 'The goal is campus,"hess with cups and to other produ In addition vironmentally recycling styro U. BENNETT Gator Dining also is saving money itor Witer by having to pay less in fees to _____________have its garbage dumped at the cups have become county landfill, Miller said. acts to be recycled Dark Container Corporation of Orlando, which specializes in reg Service has been cycling, picks up the styrofoam ofoam cups at the and transports it to a recycling ack bar and cafeteplant in Plant City. three weeks aS part There, it undergoes a process ntA] recycling procalled retellezlation, in which the Dining Sevice Dijecups are made into pellets to be r Said. used in the making of products ,gram began, about such as video-cassette holders, I styrofoam cups plastic food trays and hangers, e Reitz Union have Dark Container spokesman Jim Miller said. After Bender said. ,gram is over. UF "it isarelatively simple process ether to expand it to recycle foam," said Jim ions or disband it lammers, vice-president of envirinimentul affairs for Dark Conto recycle styro on tainer. "The problems lie in id. We are starting collection, separation, and trans hoping to expand port." cts" Those problems include collectto recycling an ening and arranging transportation harmful product, for the products, as well as sepaC am cups rating styrofoam from other mate rials, he said. The Plant City center, which opened last month, is the company's fourth nationwide. It also operates plants in Philadelphia, Toronto and Lansing, Mich Dark Container has been in the recycling field for threeyears, and the company is currently working with the state of Michigan to collect styrofoam products from more than 80 state offices, Bender said. The company also has a trial program with Chick-Fil-A stores in the Atlanta area, he said. Dark Container will be holding a meeting Sept. 19 for fraternities, sororities, and other campus organimzations to get the entire cami pus involved in the recycling effort, Bender said. 'ne program's goal is to re duce the amount of trash the unisee Reaets, page 4 ____________i.e~t&-. tsrdne .-~ ----a--. -4 Pulling t-t First-year dental students Larry Saylor, left, and Hopeton Williams, fight, give It their all in tugof-war at Lake Wauburg during the American Dental Association picnic Saturday.

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4, AUJGATO MONDAY. SEVIEMBI 17, 19 ELSEWHERE Six to split $105 TALLAHASSEE (UPI) -Six tickets matched all six winning numbers to split a Flonda [clto jackpot estimated at $105 million, the second largest lottery jackpot in U S history, lottery officials said Sunday The exact jackpot total won't be known until Monday, but Flonda loitery Secretary Rebecca Paul estimated it at $105 million, or about $17.5 million for the holders of each of the six winning tickets. None of the winners has come forward, Paul said. But her department has arranged free airfare to bring winners to Tallahassee to have their tickets validated and to claim their winnings ne winning numbers chosen in the Saturday night drawing were 5, 6, 21. 34, 35 and 45. The burgeoning jackpot fueled a week of frenzied ticket sales, with players snatching up the $1 tickets at a record clip of 566 per second Saturday Friday's sales set a state record for daily sales with $30 million worth sold, Paul said. million jackpot Sales for the week were a record $109 1 million, Paul said. The jackpot amount, which includes rollover from four previous weekly drawings, islessthan the total sales amount because of overhead costs and prizes paid to those who matched three, four and five numbers. The record take will give Florida schools a windfall estimated at $40 million, badly needed because of a $544 million shortfall in the state budget The huge prize touched off a nationwide lottery frenzy, with hopeful players streaming into Florida from neighboring states to snap up the tickets. Early in the week, Gov Bob Martinez urged people not to spend money intended for household necessities on lottery tickets Paul said she received no reports of that happening. Sheelah Ryan of Winter Springs, who won the $55.16 million Lotto jackpot Sept. 3, 1988, still holds the record as the biggest Florida winner NASA hopeful about shuttle launch CAPE CANAVERAL (UPI) -The shuttle Columbia's countdown ticked into its final hours Sunday amid cautious optimism the leak-plagued ship was finally ready for a fourth launch try Tuesday to end a dismal summer of false hopes and repeated delays. But for the shuttle's seven astronauts and the hundreds of men and women responsible for getting them safely into orbit, a key hurdle remained fuel loading Monday afternoon, a make-or-break milestone expected to determine the fate of the crew's long-delayed 10-day astronomy mission. If any more crippling hydrogen leaks are present like those that grounded the ship May 30 and Sept 6, it is then that they will show up and it is then that NASA managers will know whether the ship can be launched at 128am EDTTuesday as planned to end a four-month launch drought. And for NASA, subjected to intense criticism this summer because of problems with the Hubble Space Telescope, the shuttle program and trouble with the agency's embattled space station project, the stakes U.S. Attorney to dec WASHINGTON (UPI) -U.S. Attorney Jay Stephens is expected to decide Monday whether he will attempt to retry Marion Barry on drug and perjury charges during a status hearing for the mayor in district court. Stephens may also ask a federaljudge to send Barry to jail for the one misdemeanor drug possession charge on which he was found guilty. Under federal sentencing guidelines, however, a jail term for a first-time cocaine possession offense such as Ban-ys is unusual Under those rules, Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson could send Barry to jail or a federal halfway house for up to six months He could also restrict Barry's freedom by ordering him to spend each weekend in jail for the next six months. Jackson could also depart from federal sentencing guidelines and send Barry to jail for as long as a year, although the mayor would have the right to appeal any sentence longer than six months. Stephens declined comment on the case, although he has said earlier that he will make the decision to seek to retry Barry during the scheduled hearing Monday. RECYCLE from Page 3 versity generates in landfills' he said. However, the program has been met with mixed emotions by environmental groups. "Ies exciting direction, said ident Benjamin to see and a small step in the right UP Enviromental Action Group PressPariman. qbe danger is that yos are high indeed. Columbia must get off the launch pad by Wednesday or the flight likely will be delayed indefinitely to clear the way for an Air Force Titan 4 rocket launch later this week and the launch of the shuttle, Discovery, Oct. 8 on a higher-priority flight to carry a European solar probe into orbit. With Columbia running III days behind schedule after a record series of three delays in as many months, engineers were hesitant to make any predictions But with an 80 percent chance of good weather expected, they expressed cautious optimism Sunday that Columbia was at long last ready for blastoff The goal of the mission is to turn Columbia into an orbital observatory, using four high-tech telescopes in the shuttle's cargo bay to study X-rays and ultraviolet light from exploding suns, especially violent stars and galaxies, enigmatic quasars and other objects of interest in modem astronomy. The flight is scheduled to end with a touchdown at 5 14 p on PDT on a desert mnway at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif ide on Barry retrial Barry was convicted of cocaine possession in U.S. District Court in Washington last month after a 10. week trial. Tie jury said they were deadlocked on 12 other drug and perjury charges, leading to a mistrial on those counts. Ten government witnesses during the trial said Barry used cocaine or obtained the drug in homes, hotels, boats and government offices in the district, Atlanta, the Virgin Islands and the Bahamas since 1983. Prosecutors called Bary a "general" in the city's war on drugs who turned traitor, heading an anti-drug battle in public while abusing cocaine and marijuana in private. The verdict and mistrial came nearly seven months after Barry was lured to the downtown Vista International Hotel by former model Rasheeda Moore and arrested in an FBI sting operation for smoking crack. Barry. who is running for at-large council seat in the district, gave a commentary last week on a local television station. He said people were "very tired" of his case and that Sharon Pratt Dixon, a newcomer who beat out four political veterans and won in the Democratic primary, represented change. still dealing with a relatively harmful product in production, disposal, and possibly recycling." -If the program is expanded, two types of recycling containers will be located on canpus. One looks like a cabinet with a stainless steel sink in which people empty the cap into the sink and place it into the container. The other is similar to a cup dispenser, in which cups would be laded in.upitiM d1o. ., .I DELTA P Welco EIs.en Wk .~jannulri sufi Heather kehm sobrine Chyzyk Allison consbeg -Jentifer Dermbert Scra Ewond Jodi tdI.s Marci Fkeert4n Da. Gefson -Danill GM"dul JonnifiNfffday Karen Wdl Coney Nadgs Mamie Hchtman Jai"f He"nto,, Heather Karp Allison le Jenner Ko, Any LOW Robin Lasoer Jennifer Levne Everyone But we all have o I1 EPSILON ties PC 90 Stacy Levitz Kara Lieberman Jessica lndenauer Tracy Upman Goldie MacDoonad usa Makover Amy Martin b'al McNally Ilea Most Widy Pablon is' n J Sil Vetoz nea nn Hartnah o Lama Sperling Mono sterlocci Laura foster Elizabeth Wosmn Joann We-ntrou 's different. ne thing in common.

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MONDAY. SEMMIER 17. 1990, AUItAl"lS Wright: Deficits may threaten future generations By PATRICIA LEE Alligator Writer Amenca will continue to suffer from a "downward mobility" unless it corrects four national deficits -energy, budget, trade and social -that threaten its future, former U S. House of Representatives Speaker Jim Wright told a UF audience Thursday The current state of the nation can be compared to shoplifting, he said, because 'we're stealing from future generations" Dunng his hour-long speech at the Florida Gym, Wright discussed major problems facing the United States today, including the Middle East crisis sparked when Iraq invaded Kuwait last month "The threat to our national security does not come from (Iraqi President) Saddam Hussein's army," Wright said. "It comes from our shameful dependency, in spite of dire warnings, upon politically unstable foreign sources for the energy that fuels our very way of life." America's energy deficit has been caused by itsfailure to pursueotherenergy sources, Wright said at a press conference before his speech. "There are alternate sources," he said. "We have an abundance of coal. We could be the Middle East of the world in coal." Another problem that will be handed down to future generations is the nation's budget deficit, which is growing at alarming proportions, Wright said "We'll pay $283 billion in interest [his year. It siphons away 36 cents of every income tax dollar we send to Washington in dead weight." he said. "It doesn't buy a single school book, build a single mile of road, pay a single soldier or make a single weapon The budget deficit is worsened by the trade deficit, Wright said America must modernize its methods and facilities and improve productivity to remain competitive, he said. Because "the Cold War is over and this is no longer a bipolar world dominated by a titanic clash between two superpowers," America must turn its attention to domestic problems like the social deficit, Wright said The social deficit -"that growing backlog of human problems and unmet social needs in the United States" -will worsen if the United States cuts spending for education, transportation, law enforcement, environmental protection, housing and public health, he said. Wright, who has been touring the country speaking at universities, said during the press conference that the rising cost of education is the main concern of most students he has met. "Tuition is skyrocketing. That's why I think the GI Bill is the greatest investment Former U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Jim Wright speaks Thursday night, this country ever made. We can't settle for being second best in education," Wnght said. Thursday night's speech was the first UF appearance for the 18-term Democrat from Texas. Wright, 67, resigned from the speaker's post in June 1989 after the House Ethics Committee charged him with accepting gifts from people with direct interests in legislation and with breaking House rules that limited outside earnings The charges were dropped when he resigned Funds may shield against budget cuts B a1K K RUSCELL options, he said -y Alligator Staff Writer JACKSONVILLE -To shield Florida's nine public universities from a full swing of the state's budget ax, Education Commissioner Betty Castor on Friday proposed a $60-million dip into two state trust funds. By removing money from the state lottery's trust fund and a second account for capital improvements, Castor said she hopes to lower budget cuts mandated by Gov. Bob Martinez from about 5 to 3 percent. Martinez told state agencies last weekto trim$300million fromtheir budgets, with about $50 million coming from education. The governor blamed a sluggish economy and overestimated state revenues for the money shortage. But education officials at Friday's Board of Regents meeting in Jacksonville pointed fingers only at who would suffer most from the cuts -students, "I think every university in this system will feel this pat equally," Lombardi said to the 13-member panel that governs state universities. Repeating proposals made earlier last week, Lombardi told the Regent. he would cancel Summer A and C semesters and freeze hiring if the state couldn't find more money for the unlveritLes. Although LombardI's proposals would chop $5 million frm theS.4 nilhlon UF needs to return to the state, he said Castor's plan is more a ttracdve. For Lombardi. there ar no other "We have no other alternative because all other alternatives require that we fire people," he said Castor said she would meet today with other state officials to estimate how much of the cuts can be offset by lottery money. The board will discuss final recommendations this week, Lombardi said. Each of the universities has until Wednesday to prepare its budget cut recommendations. Lombardi said Castor and the Regents' support would improve the chances of getting things done his way. It's not good news to postpone renovation of equipment, but iUs worse news to cut classes," Lomnbardi said Sunday. In other business at Friday's three-hour meeting: U The Regents recommended a 10 percent pay raise for faculty members to the state legislature. Calling the raises a top priority, State University System Chancellor Charles Reed said the hike would result in an $85 million pay increase next year. N The Regents recommended that legislators approve full tuition refunds to students called into military units because of the Middle East crisis. The National Science Board, which granted FSU a new magnetic research center, refused the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's appeal to refurbish its existing lab. FSU and UF spent $100,000 on the proposal to get the lab. United Pue s Irational coxfride to tis roort. SUMMER from pa. 1 still enough customers to keep business brisk. He said while business is not solely dependent on students, the cancellation of Summer A and C would have a "devastating" impact on their profits. Besides fewer customers, a smaller pool of students means local business owners would lose employees. At Farah's, students are about three-fourths of the staff, while at Ball's nearly every employee is enrolled at UF. The added cost of having to hire and train new personnel will also be a burden for local establish ments Some expressed confidence, though, that the university would find an alternative to canceling classes. John Babb, managerof the Gainesville Gym, 203 NW 6th St. said he doubts UF will actually cut courses "What are they going to do close the place down?" Babb said "I just don't see that happening. PMOTO ILLUSTfTiON B ) S SULLIVAN Local business fear scene like this may become too common if summer class, are cut. CLASSES from page I proposals, more than anything else, we need the freedom to succeed," he said at a July Regents meeting. UF will be hardest hit by the budget cuts because It did not increase enrollment this fall, which would have pumped additional state money into the school's budget. Because UF didn't get that money, the cuts will hit day-to-day operating funds, he said. Even if UFchops$2 million from administrative items such as travel expense, while freeing $3 million in hiring money, another $3.5 million still Is needed, he said. All state agencies, including UP, may get a little breathing room if Education Commissioner Betty Castor succeeds in pudding state budgets with $60 million from lotteryfunds. Castor,a memberof the Cabinet, aid she's going to recommend Lombardi's proposal to Martinez and the Cabinet. "There's no set formula this time," Castor said. "We have to provide as much flexibility as possible for this" UF Provost Andrew Sorensen said administrators' hands were tied because they had no way to make cuts, other than the romended elimination of mosit sum mer classes. But if Castor can reduce the shortfall, find some extra money and convince Martinez to offer universitie. financial flexibility with trust funds, summer clauses may be saved, he said. "It won't happen just like that," Sorensen said. "We'd have to scrimp and save, but we honestly believe that if we were given the opportunity, we could do it." Students who have to push graduation dates back and come up with more money for an unplanned extra semester if summer classes are canceled should voice their complaints, he said. "We want students to be upset," Sorensen said. "(They should) think this is terrible." SUS Chancellor Charles Reed said the $49.9 million cut is $5 million more than legislators appropriated to the universities for increased enrollment "I can tell you it will be felt on all our campuses," Reed said. correction Student Government sponsored the voter registration drive last week The Alligator reported otherwise on this page Tuesday and in Friday's editorial. A

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AIJ.AYK MONDAY SkTIMEMR 17, I9s OPINIONS Take the summer off UF might as well forget about its recruiting programs for the next few years. Not only has Gainesville gotten a less-than-desirable reputation around the country in the past three weeks, but now the biggest and best Florida university is threatening to cancel summer classes to survive budget cuts. This isn't exactly a positive signal to send to potential students, but UF doesn't have much choice. That's because the school's choices have been limited by Gov. Bob Martinez. You would think the chief executive of a state that has thousands of people pouring into it every year would begin to realize that when existing taxes don't generate enough money to pay for all needed services, more money is needed. Seems like a simple enough formula, but it looks as if Mr No New Taxes needs a refresher math course. For those of you who don't understand bureaucratic terms such as shortfall and projected revenue, we'll spell it out for you -FLORIDA NEEDS MORE TAXES. What, you say, The Alligator, the paper that writes flaming editorials every time Student Government raises the Activity and Service Fee, the paper that writes against outrageous tuition increases, this same paper is advocating more taxes? Yes, we are. We're tired of watching UF struggle to offer more than two political science core courses each semester. We're tired of seeing students take Biology with 600 of their closest friends. And we're tired of watching the nine state universities go to the Legislature and ask to simply get what they got last year -no frills, no extras. But the Legislature can only stretch its dollars so far, and as some lawmakers have said, why pass a new, all-encompassing tax when the governor has already said hell veto it? So now, only three months after this year's legislative session ended, state universities are faced with a mandate to cut their budgets by 5 percent. Martinez has said he won't consider a new tax to cover the state's expected $500-million shortfall. He'd rather watch the state's services and educational institutions make cuts that will generate aftershocks for years than approve a new tax. After all, it's an election year. So, in this political war, the casualties are students. This isn't the university we chose when we filed our applications. We didn't think it was a lot to ask to have a full schedule of courses to choose from every semester. But we didn't know what effect Bob Martinez would have on higher education either. The students who come after us will. For UF's sake, we hope they come here anyway. alligator Judy Managing Editor M.D. Cumella letters Popk ees In %i Jmoe sem t .i. 200 .wld <.o w. sorio .ap Oe wn 'a tn. Ah-p am wing iny umu ncke. iwn nm. -tscui. urnitt eNems *1i ..4Ud if the ,ii W cusi I M Mw nw qatum Cull Qn i M1and05 3ne aas44 -q 0Don't forget your sweater Saturday Welcome to my column. Call me Mark, Wally, Mr Wellington, or even dorkface,just don't call me during the ESPN Sport scen ter I'm taking over every couple of weeks to ramble on about nothing too important -being a Gator of the 199s -to offset the usual seriousness of the opinions page. Sure. I may not have the political influence of columnist Ed Scales, but at least I'm not named alter a measuring device enough appearing a tad late, this is the official back-to-school column of the Atlanta Braves. So pretend it's still Drop-Add time (like it wasn't long enough this year anyway, eh?), and you just hit Hogtown. Those students who stayed for summer classes, please discontinue reading and seek professional help immediately. For everyone else, here's some of what happened around campus while we were gone. 'ITEM: As you've probably already noticed, unless you're somne sort of direction-asking freshman, the McDonald's on 13th Stme is sporting anew sterilized look. Company executivee, thinking the old Mickey D's wat too collegiste-like, tore down the place and built a bOoigly bright, new building just a few feet overso they could fitin abluarredrive-thrn resembling a miniatuM golf =M.re. Enamored with theIdea, UFadministrators decided to tear down the O'Connel Center and rebuild the white dome exactly 4 inches to the left. The secret maneuver took place after summer graduation, and 'flgert Hall soues say school officials ordered the switch-a-roo "Just to see if anyone would notice." ITEM: Kudos to UF parking officials for obtaining those new air-conditioned capsules for campus traffic guards to hang out in. It's important to keep refreshed while reading 71w AUgator, talking to passing bus drivers and filling out orange placards as dozen of motorists rush illegally through campus. Also, is it my Imagination, or do campus traffic Don't sell door-todoor at night Editor: Last night I was taking a nap around 8:00 when I heard someone pounding on n front door. From the other side. I heard a male voice saying, "Hello, hello, I know you're in them. I looked through the peep hole and didn't recognize the face. Suddenly, I be I was In my apartment all alone so Mark Wallinton CALLS TO THE WALL police suddenly have a fleetoforange-and-blue-stnped vehicles to shuttle each other around? I'm sure many ticket-paying students ar glad their money is going towards methods of giving out even more tickets and adding even more cars on campus during class tume ITEM A new grass surface installed on Florida Field was supposed to reduce played injuries and help lower the temperature inside the stadium during games. And boy, did it Many fans at the Oklahoma State game complained the air was even a bit nippy as temperatures must have dipped well below levels recorded on the surface of the sun. Stadium vendors will now stop selling soft drinks and slushe" in favor of coffee and hot soups to combat frostbite. Pans are rmiunded to bring sweaters to the upcoming Furmnan game. Finally, to introduce a reoccurring feature of this column, I'd like to talk a bit about those take-noprisoners rock 'n' rollers, The New Kids on the Block As autunm makes its way down to Gainesville, the leaves turn color and a chill falls into the air, look backatyourl990 sumrmermamoriesfondly. Butwhen you find a spare moment, a couple of seconds alone, quietly get down on your knees and give thanks that Coc.-Cola's Magtcsummer promotion with The New Kids on the Block is ending. No moe concert commercials. No mom dollar bills spitting out of soda cans. The New Kids singing Coke jingles will be just a horrible little memory we'll all overcome together And the world will be right again Coming next me: 10 my steps to worshipping Steve Sprrier without gaining weight. Mark Wagigtmon is a fAik Nar MjmuaUse student at UF and rm a brunette As I gathered every weapon I could find, I was forced to make a decision. Should or shouldn't I open the door? Definitely not Should I ask who it is? No, because then he would real. ly know that I am home. Besides he will only try to convince me that he is harmless so I will open the door. After 10 minute, of torture, he finallylef. I wasmad and wondered whawas so important that made this person come at night 'Pt 0 1 nf. I "9 I strongly suggest that doorpto door ages people consider how they make apartment owners feel If they want to ell something or have a petition signed, they shouldn't do it at night, and they shouldn't knock obnoxiously On someone's door. Hav they forgotten what happened just two weeks ago? I hope no one else win have to go through the same eperece. Lym giesO SUF Editor A. Plunkett Opinions Editor Jacqueline Reslier

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MONDAY. SFFY.MBER i. 10. AllIGAOR7 MORE OP ONIONS Criminals do not live within the universal social contract In light of recent events, we have been shocked and find it unimaginable that someone could senselessly kill without considering his actions and the consequences that they would have on others. We have not only pointlessly lost five young people, but our lives have been interrupted with terror and fear. We will remember these incidents, just as those that were in Tallahassee remember Bundy's reign of terror, Aof Christopher Handy A NOTHER VIEW What makes sonieone perform the actions that wente committed here in Gainesville retly? We ask ourselves: Is this person mad? Well, evidently not. It does not seem likely that an insane person would be so careful as to leave little or no tracfeable evidencerof his presence at such brutal crime scenes. For a minute, let us assume that he is crazy. There are so many forms of mental illnessunrelated toa biochemical imbalance, that the term mental illness" can take on many form,. For example, one can be considered abnormal or mentally ill if he does not conform to the common belief structure of his community. Then again, if the whole community Is wrong, who's mentally ill, the nonconformist or the majority? We can only speculate and say that our killer does not have the same concept of good and evil that our society champions. If this is true, then he is sick from our point of view only, not his, nor that of others like him. He has simply developed with a diferent concept of right and wrong. How can this be? Nietzsche spoke of this phenomena. Following Nietzsche's argument, there can be no facts, Just interpretations. When discussing the formation of desires. dislikes, fears and values, we are creatures of our environment These concepts are not something that we discover, some existing truth, but rather abstractions that are developed by each one of us in a complex manner We learn, through a process of socialhzaon, what we latter label: Good and Evil. That is right, there is no "reai good or bad. Morals and ethics are interpreted by society, constantly modified, at the individual, familial, communal, national and global level (An example of this process is the new [this century) concept of human nghts -certain rights that every human is born with.) Some people fall through the cracks, so to speak. Some citizens develop a value system that is not in agreement with the ideals of the majority. It may be hard to swallow, but that one develops another sys. ten of beliefs is not necessarily wrong The idea that certain groups are more righteous, better or smarter, is a causal factor of racial and ethnic disputes. Until we realize that thinking (and appearing) differently is not wrong, these conflicts will persist So if nothing is wrong, you ask, how do we survive without laws, morals and ethics? Well, we cannot Until man can live by reason alone, we will need laws, religions and other dogmas as means of control, as untrue as they are. This is not a new idea. In his book The Republic, Plato described the need for "noble lies," lies that promote socio-political stability. Plato imagined a utopian society consisting of a caste with three levels: Philosopher Kings, Guardians and Merchants. There was said to be gold in the Kings, silver in the Guardians and bronze in the Merchants. This was to create a social hierarchy in which people would know their place. Only then would there be stability. The point is thatiwe have tocreateacohesive political force to promote stability (even if it is based on a lie.) The formation of a political unt was treated by Thomas Hobbes. According to Hobbes, man is by nature a pleasure seeker and thus power seeker. Those who acquire. possess and exercise power pose a threat to others who do not. Since those with power act on the desire to enhance pleasure, the need forathirdorsuperiorparty isnecessary to restrict the powerful and allow the others to pursue their own desires. The formation of a "social contract," or state, takes from the free man certain liberties and in turn allows him to fulfill his highest desire, happiness. Without the social contract, man lives in what Hobbes calls "the state of nature he lives without laws, ethics. or morals. But as man gives up his independence to another higher or more sovereign being, the state, he can seek his gals more independently than before when he lived without restraint. Without such an agreement. man has to ight against his neighbor and cannot pursue his goals. With the social contract, he will be even freer than before. (rs contract is so closely related to the formation of religious doctrines, that accord ingly, a distinction between government and religion can almost be avoided. Parallels between church and state are evident The Bible/the Constitution; the Cross/the Flag; the President/God, legislators/theologians etc. The reason why we have a police force and military is that all man must consent to said rule, but obviously many do not. This is the key; our killer is not consenting He is living outside of our contract with the government. This type of acting is what society attempts to nip in the bud while we are in our youth and is what we try to wipe out when we "reform" people If certain individuals or groups inhibit our freedom to pursue our goals, action to enforce the contract is needed. So, what is the point of all this? fe point is that we have a system of government which allows us to seek our goals and desires within relatively stable conditions Our government is democratic, perhaps the best form of government. We have arrived at a point where we can almost agree that we can pursue aregoalsinside thisgovernmental structure, but certain individuals, groups and nations continue to suppress others who are not as they are for various reasons. This is unfortunate. We need to learn to get along with our fellow man. Yes, this may be ideal at the moment, but that does not mean that we shouldn't try On August2, Saddam Hussein, along with the Iraqi army, broke our contract The Kuwaitis and thehundredsof foreign nationals inside Kuwait and Iraq have lost their freedom There is no sovereign power above Hussein, but there are other actors who agree that what Hussam has done is interfering with the liberties of the world. We are one of these actors. It is not only in our interest that we interfere in the matter, but in the interest of the rest of the international community With the use of prudence, we hope to avoid armed conflict, the loss of life and preempt the restoration of peace in the MiddIe East If we are draw, into armed conflict, we must support our governmental position Remember, we really cannot label it as wrong or right, but we have a contract, and we must protect it. It is true that oil is an important factor. We might not have committed troops to the region had not our flowof oil been disrupted But however unfortunate it may be, we depend on oil to aid in the attainment of our goals, and if Hussein obstructs the pursuit of freedom and happiness, we must assist in the restoration of stability Christopher Handy is a liberal arts and sciences graduate student it&inie ftMl f) *' CIRCA crossed line with card Editor: CIRCA is failing to meet the needs of the students that they are supposed to serve. Apparently. CIRCA does not feel as if they should answer to the university. They have the attitude that the students must conform to their policies. CIRCA is the only location on campus that is requiring the new all-inone ID card, and this decision contradicts the administration's decision that the new ID would not be required until next semester. neir reasoning for this? 'They are tired of having their operators check fee cards once at the beginning of each semester. As a result, hundreds of graduating students are going to be forced to get the ID or else find other ways to use a personal computer. I hope that President Lombardi and Tigert Hall will come down hard on CIRCA for overruling an administrative decision. Charles Ower SEG Don't forget to tip pizza deliverers Ecitor: It seems that many of the people wa deliver to ham forgotten that much of our income comes from the tip money we receive each night Now I don't want to mound like a whiner, and I so Appreciate the generosity that most people extend. However, them sim entimly too many people that aener an consider tipping the driver. Anyone who has ever gone out to a nice restaurant wouldadlyhve theirseer 15pewesntiftheservice w good, and those people oub' walk beck and forth fro the kithen 01M g ys, I always show my appndto. Owe I dne aut) Btknea he:s You hm to drive your car at Ig 2M thme a nig, ra adbg o dhe de. wsiald t of It You doi siek your 1s dutbg will seem of the maniacson theGainesville streets (You've man thent) Sitting In the 5 o' clock tratic is always a thrill, too. Once you finally arrive at the house, you hope that you doit have the $20 you'recarrying brutally beaten out of you. 'Then there are the fifty fRights of steps you climb each night Are you guys getting the picture? The next time a hot p-s arrive. on ties at your door (and all you had to do was wait on yIur cOAch), show a little courtesy for the poor guy. He worked hard to d It to you Msa in. @nlmam A ur~~ Bare_ Olson! mummua

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Job opportunities abound at Career Expo 1990 By MlAUNA GOLTZMAN Ahgator Writer Sonie came looking for jobs, while others were just interested in finding out what career opportunities were available in their fields Thousands of UP students, many of them donning sits, filled the O'Connell Center Friday for Fall Career Expo 1990 searching for a job or looking for information about future career opportunities They were greeted by representatives of more than 25A companies who each paid a S175 registration fee to participate in what organizers bill as the largest career fair in the South "Most companies use expo to pre-select students for mtervews," said Vicki Tyson, assistant director for career programs at the Career Resource Center, which co sponsors expo with Student Government "Companies will give some students pn orty interview slips, which guarantee that the students will receive an interview, she said Students could also get an interview through the bidding process, with each slu dent receiving 100 points to use for bidding, she said. "The student decides how many of his points he wants to use depending on how badly he wants an interviewwith a particular company," said Tyson. 4Acomputer looks at the amount of points the student bidsand at the company's critena If the student doesn't meet the company's entena, he gets back the points that he hid." However, not all students came to get interviews Some. like UP junior Patrice Giaquinto, went to find out how to prepare for interviews next year. "I came to expo to get an idea of how I should dress and what I should bnng with me next year," she said UF mechanical engineering senior Matthew Boulia said he was trying to get a feel for what was available in his field Other students, like marketing senior Angela Frommann, said they were looking forjobs Many students said they were myressed with the number of companies [hat were represented at expo "All the top companies are here, and they are willing to give you attention," graduate student Nanish Gupta said While students were impressed with the number of companies. several employers said they were impressed with the caliber of students and how well expo was run "Everything is well-organized and the stu. dents are prepared," said Warren Pfeiffer, career management directorate for the U S Navy ''We've been here before," said Lisa Moore, human resource supervisor for Lthonia lighting. "UF has great programs in liberal arts, computer information, and business, along with many well-rounded students." Representatives said they for specific qualities in the talked to were looing students ihey "We're looking for someone who his strongcommunication skills, isenthusiici and focused," said Debora A. Linn, L(Oege relations supervisor for Barnett Bank 'I's a real turn-off when peopleaskabout salanes right away and when someone hasn't taken the time to learn anything about the corm pany." Mike Grubb, human resourcecoordinator for Home Depot, said his company was looking for people who were aggressive, people-oriented and had outgoing perso,althes "We're looking for sharp engineering students who have leadership skills," said Ion, Conshruck. maintenance department lan ager for Procter and Gamble 'Ibey should havedone wellin school, have lotsofenergy, and they should have done some research about the company." 377-0014 409 SW 2nd Ave, Locate her in Lost and Found in the alligator classifieds. EYEGLASSES S& $49s aEYEGLAW FViEE GLAeeEI Nar. Buy Moe pair at Reg. Prie, of contad lenses for. EYEGLASS ca il111o111 a I F RE GLSSES $0.00 OF F nyCompleair .-ia v*) EYEGLASS -.a" wa, at EXPRES soime--., me mmo ~seil SContact LAW9 CIEA Daily Wear Spolres *EYEGLASS Hastl, an. EPrSS. -mem, -I a.**l."IMI Contel -no sml meADil erSpee Kappa Kappa Gamma is proud to call Jennifer Johns Danielle Moss Cindy Moss Cindy Poole Stacie Reid Jennifer Ruppel Nikki Smallwood Our sisters Congratulations! We love you!

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MONDAY. SEFEEMBER $7. 1990. ALIJGAUR. 9 Iraq target of Amnesty International criticism By CHRISTOPHER S. HARIG AlligatorWriter Iraq is adding to its long list of human-rights abuses by holding Westerners hostage in Iraq and Kuwait, Amnesty International (Al) USA National Chairman Winston Nagan told the Gainesville chapter last week 'The stack of human-rights abuses in the Middle East these daysisreal high," Nagan told about 15 members of Gainesville's Al "Iraq has extended its regime characterized by human rights abuses Iraqi President, Saddam Hussem, has prevented most Western males from leaving Iraq and Ku wait, and the group fears Westerners will become hostages to deter a military response to the August invasion, he said Nagan, a UF international law professor, said Al sent a letter to Hussein on Aug 29 appealing for the release of the Westerners "In Iraq, human-rights abuses existed before the invasion," and the dangers of further abuses are now "obvious," he said Nagan charged Iraq with torture, detaining people and using the death penalty "Iraqis have been the biggest victims of said "Ii Saddam Hussein." he (foreigners) wil be treated like the Iraqis, they are Ii for a rough time Hunian-righs abuses have creased since (he invasion, said In. he -W-M i ale Uhio from 9:0 n -4:30 pm biochura wre avaloble al te RE Union WELCOME GTOR FMNS FREE"TUFFY GATORT-SHIRTI SfKES $ MAIHTEHANCE SPECIAL 'n.sA *Nsa boakw o retue Turm eotrarusys *fepackinao-driewheell S.ITra rik pads, sel Nor If nosallc In NaAs Asset lsr OFFER "eses .I LIFETIME $295s MUFFLERS ==O Ta ousliy Tully muffler. nrttud Ii.Ir. warrenly -sod forAs ong as you own your crA cct,. a Labr extra 'in l, at soh. otfer OFFER EXPIRES Ano.C OIL CHANGE & $ LUBRICATION $ 14PEA IUDING 5031 SUPER 10O111130 TUN#* PROVEN GIl ofiaj ,t.i ller ', up ,o 5 qusar$ ofN 'In sl 0sa Wodn t. OFFER IXPRiS Afl4 AIR CONDITIONING* $1i95 EVALUATION CA comspl.l.uevaaion ofyourv ie. Includes the laio of up o mone ound 0$rer'geir" The party may be over. but the fun has justbegun. IBIliun Pin wspnimised, .delarmnhruniop piom \rd ndo1 r php Icemied hin. IBm Student hw dt 'ansI~2 Tempunrithv u pn.Iradrd ufwan-ran helped laeiter work, at tFroosted fsler a-ls heyergraodi. anti ma e men gtI a bettersal i a frler sow the fun rally begun, A-r (iulepat lrrpn-.nwates \nd tF'nrheni wiamp' miu he 1HM 'tu lnt NIuikl on I ua,' hi for %n -the ngh sini. he nght mftwaw. at flur rght pna r re gtu Play too, o tor kon ow mucl, Work v.n, haw Iso Is, Callu 'ilIIhow in,,hointI, alolhal4Inrkmlon fun -Accounting and Business Student. call Karl HID 336-47 SAxchitecture. Building Consuucton and Engineering Students call Scott Kicker 335-9105 -Athletics. Fae As,. Law .,d Lileral Ars Students call Michael McNelly 336-0951 Education. IFAS. Jomelss and Healh and Hunw Performance Students call Hemes Ortiz 373-3255 Healh Science Center Studen. call Mary Sherris 371-3606 -Santm Fe Community College Sbidens call Karl Hill 336-4807 IBM -P. n a~. ik1 .s Ca0.--'Cpa PS/2 Loan for Leaming is available with payments as low as $35.00 a mOw. STEAM BOAT A N IMR Y I2.1 ,& Ni RTS BRECKENRIP 4r VAIJUUAVUR CRP *-I Wi ANNUAL COtLICIATE WINIR SKI MBAKU 1tL PU IU SES RIPA 11ONS i-uaO-um-mmi9 A NURSES And they're both A THE ARY.A E represensed by the instgnn you wear asa member of the Army Nurse Corps. The caduceus on the left means you're partofa healthcare system in which educational and career advancement are the rule, not the exception. The gold bar on the right means you command respect as an Army officer. If you're earning a BSN, write. Army Nurse Opportunities, PO. Box 7713, Clifton, NJ 07015. Or call toll free: 1-800-USA-ARMY, ext. 438. ARM NURSE CORPS. BE ALLYOU CAN Ka Alligator --Advertising

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I bed oomr ba S. ?5 4 blocks 'roi Id 41, NW is r 31' 1//7 9 18 5 2 'I ees E HEL HENT bI r $339 Olocks nortf UF waler call Cat'>aI r 42 NW 15 Sire1 3/ 221 '2 5? MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE l907 Skyline 14x50 2d,IbNI ,xceJie cond $9000 0a0 336 4804 Al amer Gar dens SW 201i Ave Sol'i'er'I must sell 9190-53 Be91 rental value Mobe homes or lots Will take long term travel raiers Some good mob homes lor sale Pool uoe, Arredondo Farms Mobile Home Park 378 9291 12 14 63 3 4 SUBLEASE: HOUSE/APT. Need rmml tIo sublease apt 15 minlver; to UF lurn,sried $187 mo Call 317 4522 alter 6pm 9 18 5 4 Sublet turn lar9e 1 bdr ap uniti Jar 1 1990 secure area in the Pines, cal 373 3371 9 1S 5 4 Studio For Ren $245 a mn .u. d and 2 weeks re renti Just 4 block. nortn ol UF cal 371 7777 ask about 1530 ap 28 9-18 5-4 Nice one bdrm apt $250,m Sept & Oc, renl paid Cats allowed 335 5761 9 19 4-4 Sublease i brill be Point VeST ARTS sNe t to pool close o law sool 345 Per nt Call 371 9526 9 19 4 4 Sublease-Walk I0 Campus Clean fur sharSed studio next o pool 9 laundry $240?monlh Sept Free 371 0382,leave Marrage 9 20 5-4 Subie beauliful 2 bedroom apt Pool acuzzi. Weight room clubhouse $440 Call Diane 375 7285 or Anderson 335 9190 9 19 4-4 Sublease 2 bdr/2 be apt 10 rooms poor secure area, olga. o UF $405 Mo in option for turn No deposit Mt Vernon apa 0. o.f.e 372-5389 9 21 4 5 ROOMMATES ROOMMATE MATCHING SERVICE OXFORD MANOR Why live alone? Share expenses but NOT bathroorml Large 3bdr/3ba lnwn house apartments Washer/dryer in cludad Come by rodayl 2777 SW ARCHER RD 377-2777 9 24-IS 5 I F for own mI/ba in ar/2 Sb. at Casa blanca Partially furnished. wa/dry. pool & clubha $250/mo 1/2util Call 336 3546 9-21-12-5 SERIOUS, mature student to share beautiful 2 bdrm/2 112 ba Greenleaf condo on bus route Flexible lease $225/mo /2 until 373 2509 9-180-85 Housebrokenapt mat, to share gorgeous downtown apt 2bdr,2ba All mod convenlences $245&mo 373-7456 9-20-10 5 Oct. lst. 2BiA, located in Millhopper area. $175/rM, live with a professional person, lease message please, 373-6830 0-17-5.6 Roommate Wanted ns F to stay Sep Dec or longer 155 + 1/2 bilis Stay Sep Ieel Call 374-434 9-18-5-5 MF roommate tO share 3 br/2.5 be town house at Casablanca W, $210 mte + IS utliles. we/try include Call John 336 42N. 0-18-5-6 F N/S mwn bdr/baih. $240/mo + 1/2 all. cal375-044., lv message 9-28-I-S ROOMMATES NIS M F 10 sthi beraatjI 2Id o' I Marcriwood ioernhouse Washer, ry pool S4smo .' 2 ur Call R cho 335 142 9 20 5 5 Female roommatewanted for own room own bal or 2 females to Share room & bao at Oakbrook Walk Call 31 1 3"d and leave message 9s 5s ROOMMATE quiet studious 'ema needed 10 share 2br/I)ba duplex near cam, pus $1/mo Call Lisa 335 9122 318 7404 9 t9 5 5 SAVE $5 i ns run 'esponsbie studeni wanted to share safe 2br,2bath fu.rn aper 1m to campus soif 50 .Lol Of 316 4103 91845 Wanted' S.ncere MIF n smoking Student to sublease Zbdrllb ki, liv deck yard wash/dry in big house Sept treai montely $225.1'2u 371 2477 before 9am or afier 6pm 9 2 2 5 Brandywine internationall Student needs American roommale n/s n Stay Sep Dec or longer 2bdr'1ba $1851m i ow' room 12 bilis Jackt, sauna w,n roo, pool Alejandro 371 4668 q 5 MN S needed 0 S. a 4bed l6., .,O hear SFCC Oaks Mii Wash crre aoe yard screened our C $170imo.' 1 332 160 Pr"I' 9 2 5 *OWN ROOM** ommate wanted F NIS student Short walk 10 Shands Caio pus 210 ro 1 3 ul I Call 336 3834 1 20 5 5 1 Bk to U ferrale room large rioh U I n' Lock maibox prrtae roor cabie oai No Pets $150 $175 m0 Car. 376 3291 in 90' 9 21 6 5 Young couple ronkIng for resonri o roommate own room bafh Par y fur wished Poor laundry quiet ne ghbor hoOd 275 mO .13 uIfi ty can a 332 4197 9 19 4 5 A serious male student for large 7 en room upstairs apt $160'mo 1,7 utl lease No pets 1616 NW 3rd Ave 495 9024 9 28 10 5 Need ITFtoommane for own room in hou sh ac;ss from stadium $180 mor 114 uililmOs Call 336 9791 Jeavy met sage 9 19 3 5 3 NAF roomai needed tor own room Luxury aie Cult $175 our i, erhi okay llexible lease 1.2 io10 campa 378 102 928 105 BRANDYWINE I NIS FEar needed to share room $160.mon 1 3 hill fullvhnicely fun many Utras ca. now 3730024 9 21 5 5 6 FOR SALE TYPESETTER Varityper 5410 2 Disk droves, 2Frm cassettes, 2 film cannraslers Factory reconditioned, unused in pee 2 yrs Perfect lor small typesetting jobs Good machine for small type shop Sys 1em includes 3 rollSI in RC film & 6 font disks. $34500 080 Call The Alligator at 373-026 for more into Alpine, Kenwo4. Sony and 30 more brands are all at our New Loceslon Car Stated Speclaliste 3215 NW 13 St. 3722070, 12-14-76-0 MICRO CENTER/ Con'puiers 376-1146 EdItors choice -Hewlett Packard Northgat Pnce lower than mail-order Syetens below include Imb,40mb(2Bms) Harddlk, graphics monitor MC 280/12 $1196. MC 36sa -81370. Northadgte 3fl20 -$2399. Leading Edge laptop W/40 Mg hid A battery $2395 1A 2 year war rantics Onsite warranties Panasonic 110 printer -$15, HP Laser Jet lip $1049 3743 W University Ave 12-14704Clasifies. Continued on next page. 2 weeks FREE RENT H $369 1000 sq feet Bel 636 NW 25 Ave 371 7777

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, I99 FOR SALE Couch L chair $200 3 occioai chair $5004 2 lamps $25ea I lamp $15 2 iamp$15re rcii op desk $200 chair $50 2 -V Starins Ilea 2 bOokcases $10 & 15 rug srampoOer $30 call 332 9685 9 18 3 6 Men s 12 spd Motonecane Like new $140 Call 113 364 91726 FORMALS sxc cona Worr Once 2 Pnop white $50ea good 4 inftiblon 5 tea englh(colored) $20ea call 335 6831 9 18 3 6 Fish lank 30 gin reShwater all xolic carnivorous fish complete se up ncr stand *0 gin tender ankonly $200 312 0827 9 ?0 S 6 85 gaiionieagon ,qa'iuh w wood cab 'nel slgad i ghts hord A biter $450 40 gallon rnx w sland nood rghts tiler $100 371 '32 q R 3 6 Foi Sale 50-A Drown plad makes into double bd eice em coridion $150 Call 332 1594 aler 4pm or any. t me weekend, 9 20 q 6 BICYCLE I yea, old 9618 9 1 M yala 5 12racing bike, 56cm shin o Soup $275 Call 374 8 3 6 Cuslom Compuilers 286 1? $ 1000, 26 20 S1100 306sx $1200, all wiln 1 mega ram 40 meg hard drive monitor 1 yr wrty 332 8333 9 28 10 6 Electronic car 00ys audio commands cost $70 sell $35 New ilun gun 525 373 2647 91-2 6 FUTONS A FRAMES Many sy es & models from only $200,set Covers also Cai Mail 377 2110 10 5 15 6 2400 MD MODEM $98 WORD PERFECT $135 CALL ELITE 335-1300, 10 31 33 6 PRODIGYx Ava abe r LITF 'oda 335 1300 9 28 10 6 Nksk 26 Pres26g racing bike like new $250 CO evenings 373 6521 921 56 ELITE COMPUTER SYSTEMS Simply the bat in quality. service and price Call 335-1300 9-18-15VALfllIS momB h||| Aing' W||D ~0 AN' 1111110 my FOp? r II excrt ISG -Ol 01 "a0 IJV POWGV FOR SALE Nice clean modern furniture and antiques all at reasonable prices Come take a look THE PLUNDER HOUSE 511 SW 41h Ave 372 6577 M'C VISA AMEX 9 17 15 6 *****AIR CONDITIONER* ** I large I small REASONABLE 317 9615 I17 S 6 From only 5200set Call Al 373 3727 9-17 15 -6 DESKS (af sizes Compuler furniture. Bookcases File cabinets Chairs (all styles) A More n stock at guaranteed low est prices THE OFFICE MART 690 NE 23 Ave 373 7516 9 19-17-6 BEDS BEDS BEDS NEW FURNITURE USED LowesI Discount Prices Dumas DiscoUnt 1421 NE 8Th Ave 371 4422 9 28 24 6 ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Otterng Harman Karaon, Autocek JBIL Toshiba Crunch, Hafiler ME I VSE alarm Latar 125 NW23Ave 371 4376 1214766 DISCOUNT Hi-FI 722 S Main The Red Bldg WE ARE CHEAPER 12-14-76 6 CHEAP RADAR Detector 0 Alt Brands 375-4875 9-24-206 ***DESKS*** (7) $75 each and 25 chairs $5 each *FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE* Call 372-3336 day 338 0004 after 7 pm 9 24 208 OF CVAM IM V||ilEl IIIL BB~e PEdSO IWN P M| y P9 ION N' Well Il ." g k" is"W = WAI. Gt, FOR SALE OAKTREE SHADZ SNGLASSES RayBan $35 Vuarnet $45 Boll. $40 arec Call 335 6450 to save your money 9 20 7 8 Bikes 10 and 12 speed good cond new lires $65'ea obo call Randy 371 8201 9is-5 6 0-50 Bicycle Panasonic DX 3000 Like brand new 325 00 377-9790 9 19 36 For Sale Sansu, stereo rec Marantq lape dock Sarsul speak Hitachi VCR RCA VCR, Apple 2c Computer monitor image writer 373 2895 9-17 4 6 FOR SALE Shogun 400 27un 12 speed Like brand new 250 00 or best oiler call Mike at 336 9036 and leave message 9 is 5 6 Head lennis raquet sale Graphi Pro $65 Comp Pro $60 Magnum Pro $55 strings & lhermo cover included call 376-6610 9 17 4 6 Complete king size, waveless waterbed o/ padded sideboard, headboard heater $175 obo call 374 8657 9.18 5-6 King size waterbed, headboard w/ lamps .etched n, irror heater I mattress all in excell cond $175. 376-5516 9 i8 5 6 DD/S Yamaha drum machine $50. Azuki Imperial bike $75, gls 3-speed $50 queen waterbed $75. dresser $20 & com plate toilet $30 370-4824 9.17 36 WINDSURFERS 12 It with 6 3 sail and OBrin Elcie 10 5 I 60 sail $325 each Call 376 3936 9-19-5-S UrceniI have to sell by Sept 20 Honda Civic 85, TV vcf bed Shetves, table chair lans a lot Moo Prices negot ble call 336 6455 9-1lO5S Oygou& y wil Af NO t --. AN tat a m -FOR SALE D BASS car stereo specialisi Waraeiouse direct sales on all car audio equipment Gainesville students 25% off sales/ineal aliens 0 BASS 4504 SW 29th Ave Gvalla FL 32606 9 26 20 6 Ed S Warehouse Recycle 372 0719 desks bikes ac beds, stereos, 1001, app lamps Save furniture doore speak eS, tables, couch 428 NW lst 9-18 6 8 Wireless alarm systems for api or house complete $349 5 yr warranty panic bulton. 120 decibel alarm Call 372 0903 or 371-3955 9-40-104 **** REFRIGERATOR **** 12 cuble tool 2 door G E retrigerator works well clean -all shelves $160 de livered 377 91S 9 20 10 6 Brand new Hun1er AT bike for sale Don I need and selling to, $220 Lve mess 377 4155 9-17 5 6 Pioneer Video Disk $250, DO digital delay $50. D&D books) $40 Over 2000 12" singles fordJ a rap, dance, Soul 85 S24a or bulk disc Bob 378 4003 9 17 s-s HUNGRY? Hang us a line Get two large pizzas lor only $899 Call today Galor Pizza 372 6202 9 17 5 8 Teac 10 band EQ, brand new silt in box w/ warranty Paid $I25-askng 5,00OBO Call 378 1495 tv Mal 9 17 3 6 books, cables 5300 3 9-20 56 FOR SALE CrIroslopper Car Alarms. K-40 Radar Detectors. Intl nity. Seneul. Sony, Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo We Beat All Prie.o 373-3754 12 14 76 6 ****AIR CONDITIONER** 12,000 GTUm that it S cools CorylDia mord Village Apartment under warranty 377 9615 9 17 15-6 CAR ALARMS Installed remote control any car truck or van fully guaranteed Wit demo Call 335-9193 student lv mes eggs 10+t-3-6 Centron racer LeMans S 12spd $250 Mount, bike gt outpost 18sp $250 Both al cond 2 Rockford Fosgat 10m subs $150 452 1623 9 14 4 6 Safari Audio is Ganesville'a newest A fin 431 in car audio, cellular A security Custom inesIaliour & repair 336 1128 9-27 10-6 7 REAL ESTATE Owner will iancer Nice 30a Iba corner lot, renced backyard, good location, $35,000 00 Call Shirley 335-4006 454 3346 Shea Realty 9-20-5-7 8 MOTORCYCLES 1985 Yamaha R2-350 Sxc cond Racing kit inc exhaust Very fast Last of 2-stroke street Yellowblk SISSOnme Ray 33S 9312 Iv moo 9-26-10-8 Like newi Kawasaki ZIOO only 425 miles $900 Call 377 2203 9-10-3-6 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited IS Trude Michel Jaffe 5 9 ACROSS Spectacle Stern Haberdashery Item 14 Mackerel s kin 15 Bhutan S location 16 Blue sut, sometimes 17 River to the Casplan 8 Fast time 19 Nest egg 20 Farewell 22 Ski resort 23 Actress 48 47 49 51 53 57 50 63 164 65 oe 67 60 70 71 arsury Speaker s place Lorelci, for one Table wine Sea dog Most buzarre little Wrong Bucks mate Pont ol EAP Rltzy Exchange witty remarks Edges Sobriquet for Hemingway Glncal 9p0Ch Appears Sinad and ptfy. 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MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1990, ALLGATOR, 13 MOTORCYCLES MOPED REPAIR Precision Small Engine Pickup 4 Deliv Ory available 4236 SW 35 Terrace across tom Alley Kalt 336 3825 9 28 48 Honda Spree Scooter for sale 19 black 2040 miles include. Nola n helmet and rainsut for $450 C al 1 3 98 9 19 5 8 1986 Xf250 Mozocrross low ciles, well maintained like new, $750 Call Oh1 al 377 7732 9-8 3-8 1985 Yamaha 125Z motorscooter 4 sale lack 2 seater new tirea recently luned $895 Call Candy 4866ot4 only 5000 miles on 111) 9 21 5 8 HONDA 400 Excellent condition, luring package $900 or trade 375-0260 of 4S5 1093 Gainesville local) 9 19-3 9 9 AUTOS ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES, low payments. last drive thru service, so dabl Espanol 377 2277 377-CARS We care 9 17-I 10-9 194 Pontiac Bonneville 4 door good con ditnon $2650 dow mileage call *iter Sam before gpm. 485 2848 9-17-C09 81 black Chevy Cavalier 2 24, 5-spd, a/c, sunroof.i tIned windows, new irea Enky rims 45300 or $1800 A take over pay men. Cali 330-7911 Ask for Bill or leave message 0 -3-2-P '03 Mercury Caprice, V 0. sunroof, low mileage, cxc cond, $2500, 378-8672 91082 Toyota Corolla SR-5 Red, 5 spd. a/c Very dependable Asking $2000 obo Please call 335-6021, v message 9-20 7-9 SI HONDA ACCORD 4 door, power, steering, a/c $1500 Call 376-4824 9-7-349 HONDA ACCORD, 82, hatihback, silver, W/ gray Interior, Sir, am/tm, brand new tires. Sxc running condo. $1995, 3734320, message 9-20-6-9 1980 Pontiac Trans Am, black I lops A/C, 25k miles. Alarm, pw, pdl, Excellent Cond 110.500 336-4009 0-20-O5 Beautiful74 VW Bug. baty blue, no rust runs great, needs tune up. $1500 obo, call A IV fressae 3360785 9 20-5 9 1987 VW Cabriolet. whiterwhite, AMFMtape. Excellent condition. like new $9000 080 Call 378-5085 9-21-59 Convertble 1984 Chrysler LeBaron, runs great, $3700, 332-3307, 9-19-3-9 AUTOS 1984 Pontiac 1000 perfect condilon new clutch. battery tires, Isk miles ac,amrfm, asking only $1700 or best offer Call 334 80091 9 18 3 9 1082 TOYOTA TERCEL blue 4dr Delduer Sapd, pull out stereo w/sapkr, cold air very clean, S1K ml, $1800 378-9900 9 10 WANTED Local Artist needs GOLD, Ges Class Ring. ETC Top S or trade Ozze's Fine Jewelry 373 9243 12 14 76 10 WANTED Tennessee tickets Call 332 0102 Or 332 9890 Ask for Greg orKeith 9-1 510 Must have 8 am I1 10 Gatr. vs Bulldogs in Jax Call 407 482 6629 anylime Will pay anything reasonable Or Slightly unr.4 sonabia 9 19-5-10 Wanted ix to Tenn game, up 10 4 i, cati A lv message 377 5730 9 183-10 TALENT SEARCH' Cox Cable is looking for talent to host our SuperVan TV a pearences for an entire year Call Kei al 376 1893 9 20 4 tO 11 SERVICES NW Mini storage at 1 75 A NW 39th Ave near Oaks Mail area, $ x 5 to 10 x 20 from 620. 10% disc to students 332 $9017 12 14-7M11 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Get confidential testing and treatment at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881 12 14 76 11 ** GATOR MOVING** Full/Serv Mov/SIOragS/Pc king 1 rem/HseFull Days/Eves Long dis iIns Herry/i H 374-4791 12 14 76 11 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM *ls *ons boarding woodser facilties hay rides parties sales working students accepted 468 3224, 375 8080 12-14411 *SUNBELT MOVING* Professional Moving/Packing 9 Supplies 1 item House full Local'Lng diat Lie/Ins Priced for Studentsi Marty 375 MOVE 12-14-76-11 Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly pro fessional care I, peaceful surroundings Daily turnout groomin and TLC 482 5127 11 2-40 11 SCHOLARSHIPS/GnANTS FOR COL LEGE Are available Millions go unclaimed yearly 1-800-334-3861 11 19.50 11 SERVICES HORSE BOARD Greathouse Farm & Equeoirian Cr, The climate in care & facilities 15 mn from UFi Jan 376 7762 9 20 10 11 AAA STORAGE Close to UF Convenient 4Y4x4 $15/mo 4XSX $25/mo 533 SW 2nd Ave 377 1771 1 14 78 11 *FREE* Pregnancy Tesi Gainesville Womens HEALTH CENTER 720 NW 23rd Avenue 377 5055 ABORTION (To 24 WkST BIRTH CONTROL Gynecology Services 12 14 75 11 **e*RA 'R Pickup & Dlivry professional shipers over 40 yrs The neighborhood courier Ovills's been looking fort 378 33914****** 9 25-20-11 $COLLEGE MONEY Privat scholar shipt Col.0.Scholarship Locators pob 1881 Jophin, MO 64802-1881 800 9797485 12-14 75 11 Hunter Showbarn now accepting students Past UF equeirian coach Boarding. working students accepted FarrellFarms 472 3142 10-9 30, BEST AVAILABLE PROTECTIONI CS Miitary tear gas a personal ProecIon into Keychan unit or home canister $17 95 each. $2 50 shipping checka oh, VisaiMC phone orders) Sent immediately Saillie Caim, Action Semin ars 0141 Parkforest. Baton Rouge LA 7081 or call 504 751 0406 Marlboro Farms Quality horse boarding on 50 acres Riding ring ,ralls individual turnout, concrete Mock barn 6 miles west Oaks Mali Stalls pasture or full board 472-4313 9-241311 Experienced amateur exercise riders Expenses call for Information 472 3777 9-20 10 11 Experienced horse tramer show expert once Arab horses for ilormation 472 3777 9 20-10-1 f NAILS BY VONDELL 313t NW 13 St 377-1783 Full set. $18 Fills $13 Hot oil Manicures Pedicure. Limited Time Only 105-20 11 *Secure Your Apartment* Portabe wirelas system full protection, $545 for into call Blue Gator Ent 377 SO1l 9 21 Sfto SERVICES NOVA STUN GUN Safer Eftecmiv Non lehall send 569 + $3 S+N to 114 Lahonma Lansing. MI 4895 517 484 8807 CONCEALED WEAPON/FIREARMS PERMIT COURSE Comprehensive course by certified police instructor Ad dresses safety, laws avoidance tech niques Ioapply for a permr youmust be cerried Centralink Securly Inc 0irce 1 673 0509 paging service 1 800 226 3477 pager number 291 5041 SECURITY SYSTEMS at an affordable prie Call Davy Enter prices 33153, 9 24 I ******ATENTIONiiifl. Name Macintosh software hardware or services at low prices? Call Dave at 373 1524 for info 9-21 8-1 I Hire meC to do your c leaning Most lobs o K Short/long term 0 Pices 11 oh chains References available 375 7698 MATH TUTORS Waren Bernard and Bruce Teague UF and SFCC D.scountx for groups of 2 5 37 TUTOf 9 27 10 1 t Problems 377 9305 al only $I in Math Thern call Greg ai Professional Tutoring offered 2 per hour 9 1, 5 11 Laurn Abraham Brennan Adare Cyntia Berbower Shern Bere Meisa Budd Amy Dunkelberger Yvona etareall, Kiiberly Fe muast Fi~ Ell non Jaynes CalIaa ha KennCoding Ayaa Gorralea Cheryl Cray CharroateCreenman Tearer Harna Daon Hollins Knsa uohnson Panela Kasyan Mean Kalsey Nancy Latn Kaherne tougronn Snaay Lustarten Michelle Aomciglse Michel Maren Paste'. Mcann AOD AOD AOl AO AO] AOF1 TYPING 12 SERVICES *Typing a reports busnoss legal resumes cassel [s transcobed appli calions ter s noary Sale Available 24 hoursi7 daysi372 277/ 1214 1612 MICROCONTERityping3/6 0339 Full self service compulir typing starts @ 1 50 pg A Resumes 56 Self service is Lomes $2 5er 15oPagu Laser Type se graphics scel checK theses papers spOca: characters employ meet databases mailrmerge training WordP.'iect spec'iis VisajMC 12 14 7b 12 typigiWord Processing uality depend abin service Reasonable rates Laser priter 377 81S i 9 000rM 12 14 76 12 *SflRESUMES@@S Com plate wi ifine & development er vices Resume House 371 9148 12 147612 Typionq:ordprocossing WordPerlect 5 1 quality work fast results low rates dependable personal service Tara 332 1469 12 14 76 12 Classifieds. Continued on next page A to Yvronnc Mum/in MAhil Murn Tamai Mirtin Knty Myik h,,,ea, hth Vmian lman jIrarierman itnro Puw-m Parmela IrcIfr Juranette itrxi. 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14, AUJ(;AThR. MONDAY, SEFTEMBER 17. 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CIA, US Customs, DEA etc Now Hiring Call (I)805 i87 6000 Eat Ko 9486 9-21-19 %3 INTELLIGENCE JOBS CIA, US Customs, OEA, stc Now Hiring Call (t)O5-687 6000 ext K-948 9 21 19 Read books at home $100/TitleI Guaranteed Free 24 hour recording (415)289 9691 a-18 15 13 8$ $ 5$ $ 58$ $ $ $$$$$$$$$ $$$$ Need HELP for Booming Busmess Excellent Pay IM 4-10 hrs/week Call 375-4876 9-25-21-13 Paying $75 to Quallfied volunteers to per ticlpate In new drug study for treatment or athetes foot Call 331-5379 9-262013 Phone survey work, parimelexible eve & wkd hrs, guar $4 25/hr bonuses Call or stop by Cherry Comm 309 NE 39 Ave 372-4026 0-28-013 EARN $35 This week tor your blood plasma donation with Luts ad, Our NEW COMPUTERIZED system allows you to donate in 1/2 the tiel Study while you donate or watch videos Free Parking Gainesville Donor Center, Eat lgg 231 SW 4th Ave 3789431 M-Th 8-7 Fri 8-S Sat 8-2 12-14-07I3 Social Chairman/woman to book organred parties 5100150 per party plus benefits UnlimIted opportunities Call now 374-1700 9-24-10 13 DRIVERS NEEDED Days and Nights Flexible schedule Call today for Interview GatO Pizza 3726202 9-17-13 Jobs in USA and overseas. 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r -16,AUIGATOR MONDAY, SEPTMBER17.1990 Cross country teams open season in solid fashion By MARC LAROZE Alligator Writer The UF women's cross country team had a strong second-place showing at the Michigan State Invitational Saturday in East [ansing, MiCh. The Gators finished behind Michigan, the onlyteamin the field to make it to the NCAA Championships the last two years, with four UF runners finishing in the top 10 "The quality and commitment of the group was tremendous," Coach Monica O'Reilly said "Start-wise this was a beginrng for us and we will definitely be able to build on what happened today Senior Wendy Frazier finished first on a 5,000.meter course in 1737, followed by sophomore Coralena Velsen in 17,48. A pleasant surprise for O'Reilly was the performances of freshmen Marny Westphal and Breda Gaffney, who finished fifth and ninth, respectively, The men's cross country team defeated Santa Fr Community College in the Florida Twi-Light meet Thursday at the University Golf Course The meet, with only UF and SFCC competing, was a tune-up for the Gators before their meet next Saturday at the University of Virginia. Mike Mykytok won his second meet as a collegian at the 10,000 course in 25 30 with Mike LeValle, Dan Middleman, and Chris Wilson finishing second through fourth, respectively FALL 1 YEAR SEMESTER 6 $104110 FALL& L 'Ut SPRING 536 SW 2nd Avo $OAN 372 7076 TIS AD CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE? 12000at un Gur-&st Powelu Mad twediqby, po 1crfia, c ,10wdb' 0i,, much We panlyze' Me, hiplrn' W~ MWde runder I) SR % I14E7&2452 ped UPS O.,nWhL STONERIDGE OR BUST $100 off Large 1, 2 & 3 bedrooms Pool, tens, sauna, aerobics weight romn & more! STONERIDGE APARTMENTS .MSw Wi S1 f5-121 I 1' 'N I / V "Gator Getaway" articles pertaining to t'+ vill feature entertaining, places to visit within Florida. guide to over 49,000 readers Don't be left behind Cycle Shops A Car Rentals Car Repairs A Travel Agencies The adverti and exciting section will act to plan their as a getaways. -Advertise! Hair Salons Pharmacies Grocery Stores Clothing Stores Sporting Good Stores Photo Stoies -Specialty Baskets Music/Stereo Shops Deadline: Tuesday, October 2, 1990 Run Date: Tuesday, October 9, 1990 ADVERTISING a.lg. sements relaxing or Be Careful Out There I Use common sense. Keep your doors & windows locked. Do' open your door to strangers. Use the buddy system after dark. n3TOMT4482 GAM

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I MONDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1990. AIGATR 17 Volleyball team wins tourney By MIKE SCHULTZ Aligator Writer After breezing past Florida International in straight games Friday night, it took all the UP volleyball team had to defeat favorite Florida State in five games Saturday at the Florida 4 Tournament in Miami. But the Gatorssaved nothingforSaturday's second match, and a physically and emotionally drained UP team was upset 3-0 by the South Florida Bulls, a team that the Gators beat handily last week. Florida State, South Florida and UF all finished the round-robin tournament with two wins and a loss, while host Florida International was 0-3. By virtue of its S-3 record in games played, FSU was the tournament champion, followed by USF, 63. The Gators finished third with a &5 record in games played. FIU didn't win a game. In dominating FU 15-4, 15-10 and 15-10 on Friday. the Gators experimented with new combinations and rotations in preparation for the Seminoles, UP assistant coach Mary Jo Peppler said. "We were able to use aweaker FIU team to practice newvariationsand specializations," Peppler said. "We were happy with the way it all worked out, and it will allow us to compete with more varied opponents." The Gators responded by winning a hard-fought, emotional match against a taller, more experienced Seminole team 15-11, 14-16, 15-11, 5-15 and 15-12. In the first two games of the match, UF once again showed an inability to hold onto leads. After getting IRE I -.,th ol ad Sh.,.I .,t a l4' M NW ts STREET Ir kies; or yrefWO 376-840 -at -f -ai -p -4 ahead 10-6 in game one, the Gators allowed FSI to climb back to 11-11 before a Steffi l.gall kill started a string of four straight points for the 15-11 win Leading 10-4 in the second game, the Gators couldn't stop the attack of FSU's Maggie Philgence who rallied the Seminoles to a 14-16 victory But the Gators rallied from an 0-8 deficit in the fifth game to win 15-12 and take the match 3-2 The Gators were led by Legall and Kim Hale with 19 kills apiece Suzy Schutz, who along with legall was selected to the All-Tournament team, had 13 kills Gator setter Heidi Anderson had a career high 72 assists against the Seminoles. Anderson had 128 assists for the tournament, and moved into fourth place for career assists as a Gator with 965 After the FSU match, the Gators had a two-hour wait before taking on South Florida, and UP couldn't maintain its momentum or emotion Gators coach Manlyn McReavy chose to rest the starters in the first game against USF, and the Bulls jumped out to a big lead against UFs second team. When the starters did return they never got on track, as the Bulls rolled to a 15-11. 15-12, 17-15 victory. 'We learned a hard lesson in emotional control today," Peppler said. "We hope those lessons will contribute to our performance against challenging opponents next weekend." UF (5-3) will play in the Illinois Tournament next weekend. FSU joins Atlantic Coast Conference By MIKE SCHULTZ Alligator Wnter It's finally official; Florida State is the newest member of the Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner Gene Corrigan and FSU President Bernard Shger seated the deal, making FSU the ninth member of the ACC Corrigan said the Seminoles will begin competing in all sports except football in 1991-92 The earli. est projection for football is the 1993-94 season "I think it's a terfic opportunity for us in terms of every aspect of athletics, in terms of how they view athletics and how we view athletics," said Sliger, who signed FSU Friday. Amid rumors of the ACC's invitation to Flonda State, SEC presidents voted Thursday not to consider FSU a candidate for expansion. "It seemed to us that Florida FALL 1T YVEAR SEESTER so Saw= stl FALL & sPRNG so L t I 536 SW 2nd Ave 372-7876 State wasn't all that interested in becoming a member of the St said Dr Roger Sayers, president of Alabama 'We want schools who are eager to become members of the SEC Since no formal offer had been made. we decided to remove Florida Slate from furt her consid eration for membership Ii was I consensus Although some details remain to be worked out. SU becomes a revenue-sharing member of the ACC July 1, 1991 The ACC had been looking lo strengthen its football, and the addition of Florida State does that The Seminoles were ranked No 2 last year in football and hold the same spot this year behind Notre Dame. 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r 18 AU1JUA'IOR. MONDAY. SEVEMBER 17 L990 Spurrier's adjustments leave Alabama confused By RON KASPRISKE Alligator Staff Writer TUSCALOOSA. Ala -The same offense that had racked up 567 yards and 41 points a week ago was facing the possibility of being held to under 200 yards and ) points Alabama cornerback George Teague admits he wasn't the only member of the Crimson fldr de fense who was thinking that at hall time of the UF-Alaba ma game Saturday Teague and his teammates had reason to feel that way after holding the Gators to just 102 yards in the first half, including stopping the Gators twiceon fourth and one But when the second halfbegan, Teague said he noticed something different about the Gators. "They were talking up a storm in the first half," Teague said. "But when they came out to start the second half, I noticed they got real quiet -almost business-like Spurrier's offense had a new look, Teague said, changing front a conservative first-half attack to a wide-open secondhalf attack By games' end, quarterback Shane Matthews had racked up 267 yards passing, including one touchdown pass and another good for 70 yards, setting up a field goal. "Steve (Spurrier) knows how to adjust to a lot of things'" said Alahama defensive coordinator Bill 01 iver "They changed their pass routes from anything they've ever done before They had our hacks to the all in the second half Halftime adjustments by Spur riner, acked on to some missed Alabama coverages, turned the game around, Oliver said "We changed up our coverages a couple of times and they were bad calls, "Oliver said. Wehadour linebackers covering from bound. arv to boundary and you can't do hit The most glarirg mistake the Crimson Tides secondary made was allowing [he 70-yard pass, which Matthews completed from the Gators 2-yard line Matthews hit Ernie Mills streaking down field, highlighting Alabama's one-on-one coverage Teague was covering Mills, but safety Efrun Thomas was supposed to help with the coverage "We told our kids that Steve's big time with the pass,"Oliver said "If he's backed up on the one, two, or three. he'll throw it in a heart beat." Alabama head coach Gene Stallings was tentative to blame the loss on the defense "They're going to make the plays You've got to remember that this learn threw for over 4g) yards last week, Stialngs said Anytime d delense allows lust 17 points, it played well enough to win -they uNt made some key plays and that wsv the difference" Stallings under fire after Tide By RON KASPRISKE Alligator Staff Writer TUSCALOOSA, Ala -It was difficult to tell what Gene Stalling was thinking Saturday after losing his second straight game as Ala name head coach. Stallings, who is now 0-2 as di Crimson Tide's coach, held hi' composure as he explained to re porters that his team wasn't ready to call it a season after losing to UF 17-13. But when the news conference was over, Stallings stood outside the Crimson Tide's lockeroom an; vented some of his frustrations. "Mere's no way we should'" given up that long pass, and there' no my we should have let then block that punt," said Stallings who took over as head coach las January when Bill Curry left ho Kentucky. "This loss killed us. I wanted m' bad to win." So did many Alabama fans, whi were more than happy to welcome Stallingsand saygoodbye to Curry Curry was an outsider, with n ties to Aabara,while Stallingswa onceamemberoflegendary coach Paul "Bear" Bryant's staff arn knew the Alabama way. Of course, that was two lossen 's 0-2 start -ago Now, Crimson 'ride players said it might be Stallings' turn to -take some flack. 'In quite sure he'll take flack from our fans," said Alabama defensive tackle George Thornton. *"He'll get a lot of negative, undeserved criticism, but those fans aren't true fans." "Our fans are fickle," defensive back George Teague said. "Hopefully they'll respect him and give him support, but that's hard to do when you're 0-2 at the beginning of the season." I Cornerback Mike Smith added that fans may not realize the playe m, and not Stallings, were rnponsible for the loss. "He has to take the heat because he's the coach, but I feel ror bad for the players," Smith said. "It was our responsibility to perform, not his." Stallings, who received a standing ovation by the Birminghsmn Quarterback Club on Monday, sai he isn't worried what fans will think. "It's not something that concerns me. I have a job to do, and i that's to coach this team." Alabama quarterback Gary Hollingsworth had his hands full in the second half. Gators' White has big day in memory of his father By SOG DoYEL Alligator Staff Writer TUSCALOOSA, Al. -Alabama quarterback Gary Hollingsworth sat by his locker, a confused look on his face. "How many did he have, two?" Hollingsworth uttered. Three, actually. "Wow. He was everywhere today." The "he" Hollingsworth was talking about was UF safety Will White. The sophomore Inter cepted three Hollingsworth' passes Saturday, had a seasonhigh 1ltacklesandbrokeupapass on Alabama's last drive. 'Me three interceptions tie a school record set twice, in 1956 by Joe Brodsky and again in 1970 by John Clford. "Being a quarterback in high school helped my perspective out there,"White said. fie has a habit .oflooking too long at his receivers, and I got some good jumps out there" Hollingsworth was unaware of his habit. iDo I really?" Hollingsworth asked. must have today. He would know." Whitesaidhe depicted the season to his father, who died last Decemberof a heart attack during surgery. White carries a picture of his father everywhere, and it appeared Saturday in the locker room. "Before every game, I think about what he told me," White said. "He said,"here comesatime when you want something real bad. Go hard for it and don't let anything stop you.' "Before every game I have visions about what's going to happen that day. I put on my headsets and listen to music and think about my father and the game coming up. Where I go, his picture goes, White's second pickoff snuffed a second-quarter Alabama drive that had reached UPs 14-yard line. Whitestepped in frontof Al-Southeastern Conference tight end Lamonde Russell and picked HollIngsworth's floater out of the sat the 1-yard line before leaning out of bounds. "I told Richard (Fain) to play himclo e, Iwasghtb hindhtm Wht. said. "Richard got a good bumpon thereceiver, and I broke in. If Icould have stayed inbounds, I think I could have gone all the way., White haunted Russell all day. Hollingsworth guided the Tide past midfield with less than four minutes remaining, and found Russell over the middle. White also found Russell. The collision jarred the ball loose, and the pass fell incomplete. A UF sack and an unanswered Hollingsworth-to-Prince Wimbley prayer in the end zone later gave the Gators their second-straight victory over Alabama. "Tte thing you have to remember is that a free safety has to go on intuition,' said Alabama defensive coordinator Bill Oliver. "He had to know when to make abreak on a receiver and if you pick the wrong one. You lose. White made some great decisions today." White -the contest's most valuable performer, according to Hollingsworth -had a big game in his sights lat week after watching films of Mabaima. "I watched a lot of film on (Hollingsworth) last week, and saw he looks at the guy hesthrowing to all the way White said. I thought hey, this could be my day."

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MONDAY. SI'i] MliR i, 919X. ALUGA)R. Ie Spencer performs repeat of last week TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -AlaWe don't worry abiu tll Iti bama flanker Craig Sanderson that nevershould havebeaten UFcorStreak over at 25 rprhck l~mmv Sienrpr fnr that ner y pe first-quarter touchdown But Spencer knows how to get even. Block a Crimson Tide punt w0 Gregg Doyel N OTEBOOK Spencer, who redeemed himself with a blocked punt last week after letting Oklahoma State re ceiver Curtis Mayfield slip behind him, mirrored that sequence Saturday against the ride. UF's other cornerback, AllAmerican Richard Fain, pounced on the block in the end zone for the Gators' final score of the game, giving UP a 17-10 lead over Alabama. "He took so long I thought it was a trick play," Spencer said. 'When his leg came forward. was already on top of him." Uke father, like son 'Me last UF squad to beat Alabama in Tuscaloosa featured a defensive lineman named Gerald Odom. That was 1963. Twenty-seven years later, Jerry Odom -Gerald's son -spearheaded another win over the Tide in Tuscaloosa. I was talking to the guys, and I don't think they realize how rare this is," Odom said. "I mean, my dad was on the last Florida team to win a game here. I guess that shows how focused this team is. e iF kicker Arden Czyzewski, who hadn't missed in 25 attempts at UF -16 extra points and nine field goals -saw his perfect string end Saturday in the first cuarter when his 47-yard field goal attempt fell short Czyzewski later hit a 23-yarder and added two extra points Tide loses two more Alabama, already without the services of All-SEC tailback Stran Stacy for the rest of the season after last week's knee surgery, lost two more starters Saturday Wide receiver Craig Sanderson tore a ligament in his knee after making a 28-yard reception, his sixth catch of the day Earlier, ride linebacker Antonio London suffered a possible broken bone above his eye. At least they're trying Tiice UP was faced with fourth and one deep inside Alabama territory, twice the Gators chose to run for it, and twice their attempt was stuffed. Alabama stopped a sweeping Willie McClendon for no gain and later dropped him for a loss up the middle "I thought I'd called the worst offensive game of my ife there in the first half with those runs. Spurrier said. 'We needed to get the ball in the air more in the second half ADMIAN ULNNI UF's Jimmy Spencer, center, blocks a punt In the fourth quarter resulting in the go-ahead touchdown, Teammate Richard Fain recovered the block In the end zone. Cramps are a thing of the past By RON KASPRISKE Alligator Staff Writer TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -Steve Spurrier knew all too well that the I 10-degree heat on Alabama's artificial turf would cause several of his players to get cramps during Saturday's game But instead of treating the problem as it arose, Spurrier decided to nip it in the bud With Spurrier's approval, team physician Pete Indelicato began administering intravenous injections of asait-water solution to UF's players There are other teams in college and pro football whore experimenting with the I-Vs," Indelicato said. "But we're into it more than any team I know of. We give each player about two quarts of fluid before each game, and at halftime we give them another quart' Many players said it's a great ideathe only problem is that it requires a needle "Some of them are supersti tious," Indelicato said "And they want the same doctor to give them the IV each game I believe this is the coming thing in footbal." Un-bac~r Jry Odom (Uf) cabra with his tsnm In the $N nd -o -as b 118rsa Stoped Auie -n b131last poBste Gle. Gators 17, Crimson Tide 13 UF 0 0 10 717 CrimanTide 7 0 $ 3-10 SUMMARY UF ALA Fire wys t4 17 RuMY-rds 30-O 43 142 ha"Ing Yrds 267 82 -Int 21-37.1 14-2843 m 1 3-1 penmgalli.Yards 5-35 2. 20 TIm of P.sJWOn 2700 33.00 UP STATmICS using All Yde Nt TO La -cNa-b paaam 5 10 2 Is 10 in Is GO Is o 19 o o 004 Totally s9 2 GO 0 1S Passing All Cr's in Yds TO MatIbw 37 21 126 7 1 Team* 27 21 1 267 1 Reasedviq No Vde TO L9 Bar 3 37 1 17 Mis 3 0 0 70 Evwsi 4 49 0 18 Sullivan 2 2s 0 10 McNa k 3 0 0 3 2 0 12 on 3 3 10 18 ToS 21 217 1 70 ALABAMA STATISTICS Remain A"t Yd*@ Ndl TO 1 Anderson Holbngosworth Turner Housion Sanderaon Lynch Jorr. Tane 44 3 14 0 46 16 43 in 39 16 4 2 46 15 36 142 Passing All chip it Yd T0 Hoil'ngsworth 28 14 3 162 1 TalsIa 28 14 3 162 1 bctvin No VS. TO Lg Turner Russelli Tema 8 2 2 3 14 3 84 24 25 26 142 3 28 '3 22 I1 28 Z;;Mw

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r 20. ALtIGATOR MONDAY, SErlEMBER 17, 1M9o SPORTS UF nips Tide, overcomes mistakes in first half By SHARON GINN Alligator Staff Wrter TUSCAI OOSA. Ala -It wasn't pretty. but it was a win, That's what UF quarterback Shane Matthews said Saturday after the Gators squeaked out a 17-13 come-from-behind victory over Alabama at Bryant-Denny Stadium. And it waste Neither the 24th-rank.-d Gators (2-0) nor the Crimson Tide (0-2) could avoid making mistakes throughout the game, which was the Southeastern Conferenceopener for both teams Alabama committed four turnovers Saturday, including three interceptions thrown by Tide quarterback Gary Hollingsworth into the hands of sophomore free safety Will White The Gators turned over the ball twice Matthews tossed his first interception for HF in the fourth quarter, resulting in a 46-yard Alabama field goal But those three points were not enough to give the Tide the victory And in the end, all that mastered to the Gators and to Coach Steve Spurner was the score on the board and that extra number in the win column "We needed this one bad,"cornerback Richard Fain said "Everyone said that we beat Oklahoma State 50-7, but let's see what we can do against Alabama That got us mad And it made the Gators mad enough to keep plugging away for the win after an unproductive first half UFt entered the second half behind 7-0 "It was a wonderful win for us in that we were behind, we were on the road and that it was a big conference game for us," Spurrier said But the Gators' offense, Spurrier said, wasn't wonderful At the end of the first half, UF had amassed only 102 total yards Matthews. who passed for 141 yardsim the first quarter against OSU last week, managed to cotmplete only two of seven passes for 20 yards in the first quarter Saturday Spurner said the real standout of the game was the Gators defense, which held the Tide to only one touchdown and was responsible for a touchdown and three interceptions "Our defense was fantastic again today," Spurrier said 'We kept playing hard With a defense like this, you can play poorly on offense." UF led 17-10 in the fourth quarter after Fain recovered in the end zone a punt blocked by cornerback Jimmy Spencer White made all three of the Gators' intercepolis Saturday, mcluding one in the third quArier at the Gators' 2-yard line that ended a 56-yard drive by Alabama White also returned one rmteri eption for 21 yards in the second quarter. His three interceptions Lied the school record for he most in a game by one player "It was a great game for him," Fain said "He's proven that he's a quick free safety now The Florida defense held the Tide to 304 total yards and sacked Alabama's All-SEC quarterback Hollingsworth twice Hollingsworth, who broke the school record for passing yardage in a season last year, completed only 14 of 28 passes for 142yards Saturday Fie accepted all the blame for Alabama's loss "I didn'timakethe throws," Hollingsworth said, "I didn't put them on the mark It's my fault -to come out today and not do that, justlike last week (in Alabama's 27-24 loss to Southern Mississippi) But by the end of the game, Hollingsworth had to work without two of his key players. Last week All-SEC senior tailback Siran Stacy was lost for the season due to a knee injury And in the fourth quarter, junior wide receiver Craig Sanderson tore an anterior cruciate hgament in his knee, also ending his season Alabama head coach Gene Stallings said de%lite the loss, he was happy with the overall performance of the Nde's offense But in order to win, Stallings said his team needs to keep the injuries to a miimum. "The one thing that concerns me right now is keeping our players healthy," Stallings said. "But improvement-wise, this team played hard But not hard enough to keep the Gators down n the second half The UF offense scored 10 points in the third quarter Senior wide receiver Terence Barber scored on a touchdown from a Matthews pass ADRIAN DENWS Defense tackle Brad Culpepper celebrates UF go-head touchdown.