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VOLUME 84, NUMBER 21 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1990



I approve summer school budget options I

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By MIKE BRUSCELL versity change any of the recommendationsthey With the funds, UF would have to return mer classes sometime during their college
Alligator Staff Writer made," State University System Chan- $5.7 million to the state, not the $8.4 million career. He said the conflict may mean wave
cellor Charles Reed said Monday afternoon Martinez originally told UF it would have to ing the rule next year.
State education officials unanimously ap- from the University of South Florida in trim.The The other two UF plans approved by the
proved a UF request Monday to schedule Tampa. cuts came when Martinez and the Regents include:
most of the school's summer classes-even Lombardi again stressed the need to give Cabinet ordered all state agencies to trim 5 eliminating several 1990-91() summer
though it requires dipping into lottery and each school more budget power, a move he percent from their budgets because of di- classes and cutting expenses such as staff
emergency education trust funds. said would protect items such as positions and travel privileges by 5 percent;
The Board of Regents, the 13-member classes, particularly for graduating cutting 3.3 percent in the same areasas
panel that governs the nine state universi- seniors. economy. the favored plan without using state trust
ties, also forwarded two other UF budget While all three UF plans will fund money.
plans. The plans make provisions for a go to Tallahassee,the Regents Even with Lombardi's desired "maximum
worse-case scenario, including the elimina- favored the same proposal UF education emergency fund, UF flexibility" on budget cuts UF may have to
tion of most summer classes. officials called their favorite. hopes to offer about 75 percentof eliminate 133 faculty positions,some vacant,
During a telephone conference betweenthe The plan would allow state universities its current summer schedule, some filled.Sorensen.
Regents and officials from the state to use money from Lombardi said. said some faculty members with
universities the Regents agreed with UF the two trust funds and sus- The trust fund plan was first nine-month contracts won't teach during the
President John Lombardi's recommendation pend about$3 million in equip- proposed by Education Commis- summer. He said he'll meet with UF deansto
to give schools maximum flexibility in ment purchases and building sioner Betty Castor."I determine what positions will be cut.
meeting budget cuts. maintenance.That don't think there's any
The Regents now pass the plan to Gov. plan was first pre- doubt we won't be able to use Other budget possibilities include taking
Bob Martinez and the Cabinet, who have sented t to the Regents Friday. Castor the $92 million from both money from other trust funds, such as the
final say in the matter Oct.9.State education UF Provost Andrew Sorensen and Vice Provost funds," Castor said. state schools trust fund, which gets its
officials said they were pleased with the nine Gene Hemp drafted the plan which But Reed said the schedule cuts may money from the sale of abandoned property,
schools' proposals."We assumed UF would have the trust funds to affect students seeking to meet the rule that Regents spokesman Pat Riordan said Mon-
are not recommending that any uni defray costs. requires students to take nine hours of sum day from Tallahassee.



Classes feature




current eventsBy


LATASHA A. GETHERS
Alligator Writer

Interested in the future of the Soviet Union or how the
'Hubble Telescope sets sights on the universe? Maybe you
want to know the secrets of solid waste? UF has the answers.
Next week, UF will begin its evening non-credit lecture
series, offering$30 specialized courses on astronomy, world
and local issues, the environment and ethics. .
The courses consist of four two-hour lectures,most Little
Hall, beginning the, week of Oct. 1. The classes are limitedto p
20 students. f
Four professors Howard Odum, Dana Griffin III, Alex
Green and Lamar Miller are dividing up the series on
environmental issues that meets Oct. 2.9, 16 and 23 at 7 p.m.
Odum, director of the Center for Wetlands, will explore
ecological economy and environmental policy and.said he
hopes to attract citizens concerned with the future.see .

Courses, page 8.Lombardito

CHERRY JONES
Sink or sailVan

: decide,: i Williams takes advantage of the season's first cold front on Santa Fe Lake, east of Gainesville.


: on possible appeal '

UF President John Lombardy',said Monday the: Center limits students to advisory roleBy
school ,will announce: at noon today whether it will
appeal an NCAA'ruling t that?bars UFs; football. team' CARRIE SEGAL center's charter, but the two came to a board, said he doesn't want to just
from appearing J in!!,a bo'Yt game! this year: :., Alligator Writer standstill. "advise,"but he wants students to have
play' According to the charter, the facilityis complete control over the center. May-
to get the ban'on post-season
UF attempt
may harsher for the What has been billed as a completely to be run by an advisory board made eux also said Bird would'have the
lifted by requesting a penalty football
student-run recreation and fitness center up of six students and five UF staff or power to veto any policy he didn't agree
'team; such M a reduction of scholarships during the actually will receive no more than faculty members.As with. But Bird said he doesn't want that
next two years.vBut Lombardi has said UF may also
,
:decide to let ruling stand.: j,,**. A.: student advice in its day-to-day opera- the charter is written, the advi- to happen."I .
\i, (, ***1*?* f. f tions, Student Body Vice President sory board can only review policies and do not want to be in a position
/,"The i ( M'p1 d tht football baPi"n' basketball!, ," Kevin Mayeux said Monday. advise Bird who has final say over all' where I have to veto things" Bird said.
,Wn. on...probation fottyio' Years Thursday;fa" ,,,,"*,. ? Mayeux met Monday afternoon with rules and procedures. Mayeux said he "Ninety-nine percent of the time,
"'"''., "
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: >- wants that changed.
!_ Health and Human Performance Dean
see Center, page 5
Patrick Bird to discuss changing the Mayeux, chairman of the advisory
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Not officially" associated.with the University, of Florida. .Published by Campus Communications, 'Ino,el Gainesville, Florida, ,

VOLUME 84, NUMBER 21 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1990



I ; approve summer school budget options- I I IBy


MIKE BRUSCELL versity change any of the recommendations With the funds, UF would have to return classes sometime during their college
Staff Writer they made," State University System Chan- $5.7 million to' the state, not the $8.4 million career. He said the conflict may mean wav-
Alligator cellor Charles Reed said Monday afternoon Martinez originally told UF it would have to ing the rule next year.
State education officials unanimously approved from the University of South Florida in trim. The other two UF plans approved by the
a UF request Monday to schedule Tampa. The cuts came when Martinez and the Regents include:
most of the school's summer classes-even Lombardi! again stressed the need to' give Cabinet ordered all state agencies to' trim 5 eliminating several 1990-91 summer
though it requires dipping into lottery and each school more budget power, a move he percent from their budgets because of diminished classes and cutting expenses such as staff
emergency education trust funds. said would protect items such as summer tax returns and a sluggish econ- positions and travel privileges by 5 percent;
The Board of Regents, the 13-member classes, particularly for grad.. omy. cutting 3.3 percent in the same areasas
panel that governs the nine state universi- uating seniors. By requesting a share of two' the favored plan, without using state trust
ties, also forwarded two other UF budget While all three UF plans will state trust funds, one from lot- fund money.
plans. The plans make provisions for a go to Tallahassee,the Regents tery profits and one from the Even with Lombardi's desired "maximum
worse-case scenario, including the elimina- favored the same proposal UF education emergency fund, UF flexibility" on budget cuts, UF may have to'
tion of most summer classes. officials called their favorite. hopes to' offer about 75 percentof eliminate 133 faculty positions,some vacant,
During a telephone conference betweenthe The plan would allow state uni- its current summer schedule, some filled.Sorensen.
Regents and officials from the state versities to use money from Lombardi! said. said some faculty members with
universities, the Regents agreed with UF the two' trust funds and suspend The trust fund plan was first nine-month contracts won't teach during the
President John Lombardi's recommendation about$3 million in equipment proposed by Education Commis- summer. He said he'll meet with UF deans
to give schools maximum flexibility in purchases and building sioner Betty Castor."I to' determine what positions will be cut.
meeting budget cuts. maintenance.That don't think there's any
The Regents now pass the plan to Gov. plan was first pre- doubt we won't be able to' use Other budget possibilities include taking
Bob Martinez and the Cabinet, who have sented to the Regents Friday. Castor the $92 million from bothUF money from other trust funds, such as the
final say in the matter Oct.9.State education Provost Andrew Sorensen and Vice Profunds," Castor said. state schools trust fund, which gets its
officials said they were pleased with the nine vost Gene Hemp drafted the plan which But Reed said the schedule cuts may money from the sale of abandoned property,
schools' proposals."We assumed UF would have the trust funds to' affect students seeking to' meet the rule that Regents spokesman Pat Riordan said Mon-
are not recommending that any uni- defray costs. requires students to' take nine hours of sum- day from Tallahassee.

,

Classes feature



current eventsBy


LATASHA A. GETHERS
Alligator Writer

Interested in the future of the Soviet Union or how the
'Hubble Telescope sets sights on the universe? Maybe you
want to know the secrets of solid waste? UF has the answers.
Next week, UF will begin its evening non-credit lecture
series,offering$30 specialized courses on astronomy, world M
and local issues, the environment and ethics.
The courses consist of four two-hour lectures,most at Little
Hall, beginning the,week of Oct. 1. The classes are limitedto
20 students.
Four professors Howard Odum, Dana Griffin III, Alex
Green and Lamar Miller are dividing up the series on
environmental issues that meets Oct. 2,9, 16 and 23 at 7 p.m.
Odum, director of the Center for Wetlands, will explore
ecological economy and environmental policy and said he
hopes to attract citizens concerned with the future.see .

Courses, page 8

CHERRY JONES
Sink or sailVan
Lombard! :to decideon Williams takes advantage of the season's first cold front on Santa Fe Lake east of Gainesville.


possible appeal

. Center limits students to advisory role
UF President John lombardi! said Monday the: .
school will announce at noon today whether it will .
appeal an NCAA ruling that bars UPs football team' center's charter, but the two' came to a board, said he doesn't want to just
CARRIE SEGAL
from appearing i in a bowl game! this year, By Writer standstill. "advise,"but he wants students to'have
Alligator According to the charter, the facilityis complete control over the center.May-
UF may attempt to get the ban'on pest-season play What has been billed as a completely to be run by an advisory board madeup eux also said Bird would.have the
lifted by requesting a harsher penalty for the football student-run recreation and fitness cen- of six students and five UF staff or power to'veto any policy he didn't agree
team, such as a reduction of scholarships during the ter actually will receive no' more than faculty members.As with. But Bird said he doesn't want that
'But Lombardi! has said UF may alsodecide '
next two years. to' happen.
.' student advice in its day-to-day opera- the charter is written, the advi-
to.let the ruling stand tions, Student Body Vice President sory board can only review policies and "I 1 do' not want to' be in a position
The NCAA placed the football and'men's basketball Kevin Mayeux said Monday. advise Bird, who' has final say over all where I have to'veto things,"Bird said.
teams. on probation for two years Thursday, Mayeux met Monday afternoon with rules and procedures. Mayeux said he "Ninety-nine percent of the time,

:-ALEX: MARVEZ' Health and Human Performance Dean wants that changed. see Center, page 5
Patrick Bird to discuss changing the Mayeux, chairman of the advisorymer
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. WHAT'S HAPPENINGItaly i r-------- I SEMESTERt FALL .L!'E. 1 YEAR
1
-0K, Lingerie Boutique J S50H1FALL 'f $10011II

: The Viva Italia Club will tonight at 7:30: on the Orange & tors Society student chapter meets 1 &? SALE I j *

have an organizational meeting Brew patio. Call Steve, 3734247. today at 5 in Weil Hall Room 405. I! SEXY I SPRING C (f
today at 4 in Turlington Hall Room NAACP: The NAACP Gator Chap. Call 372-0415. I .LINGERIJE $80al 536 SW 2nd Ave
1 819 W. Unlv Ave | ( 372-7876
2333. Call 3923772. ter will have an academic survival Journal:The Undergraduate Jour a..:; ___ _
Amnesty: The Amnesty Interna- seminar tonight at 7:30: at the In- nal of the University of Florida is

tional campus group meets tonightat stitute of Black Culture. Members of accepting submissions in areas of

7 in Reitz Union Room 357. Call Beta Eta Sigma honor society will fiction, poetry photography,art,and
371-9586. speak. Call 377-8875. non-fiction now through October 17.

CISPLA: CISPLA meets tonight at Social meet: B'nai B'rith Hillel is Submit queries to Little Hall Room

7 at the Methodist Student Center, having a social committee meeting 352. Call 334-8910.
1320 W. University Ave. Call 373- today at 5 in the Hillel lounge, 16 Christian science: The Christian rb

7639 or 375-6578. N.W. 18th St. Call 372-2900. Science Organization meets tonightat

Mortar board: The Mortar Board Open house: Maas BrothersJordan 7 in Reitz Union Room 334. Call

Senior Honor Society has a man- Marsh and Burdines will have an lindsey, 3781784.Fire .
datory meeting tonight at 6 in Little open house tonight at 7 in the Ar- rescue: The Gainesville Fire
Hall. Call Karen 3357621. redondo Room of the Reitz Union. Rescue Association meets Thursday BEEF 'N CHEDDAR'S BETTER

Waterski: The VVaterski Club Casual dress. Call 392-7166. evening at 7:30: at Fire Station No.2,
meets tonight at 8 on the Orange & Here's to your health:The Health 2210 S.W. Archer Road. Call Jeff

Brew patio. Call Matt, 335-4525. Network Council meets today at 5 in 3355528.Get .
CARIBSA: CARIBSA meets Reitz Union Room 123 for all presi- tough: The Isshinryu Karate 29
tonight at 7 in the Reitz Union. Call dents of health or healthrelatedclubs Club meets every Monday, Wednes-
Denise, 373-4286. and organizations. Call 392- day and Friday afternoon from 4:30to : $1
Falling Gators: The UF Falling 1665. 6 in the Women's Gym. Call Jeff

Gator Sport Parachute Club meets Human factors: The Human Fac 3355917.WOULD .
This week serves it's famous Beef 'n
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I Proposed fraternity alcohol -policy under review I I IBy


DEBBIE CENZIPER Herman said she's hoping attorneys and tokens. The tokens can be redeemed, one so we can have alcohol again."
Alligator Staff Writer police will review the policy quickly so UF at a time,for the beers. The new policy must Lambda Chi Alpha Vice President Erich
and its fraternities can avoid liability. Often, be approved by the Interfraternity Council, Delfs said their nationwide policy also states
The proposed "Bring Your Own Beer" keg parties attract crowds of underage Panhellenic Council and Student Services that no alcohol can be bought with a
fraternity alcohol policy, created this sum drinkers who can escape ID checks. UF Dean James Scott. chapter's money. If UF decides to implementthe
mer to appease insurance companies, is still could find itself in court if any of the parties Delta Chi treasurer Rich Vermut said the BYOB policy,their national chapter may
under scrutiny from attorneys and police, a lead to a mishap."In only beer in his fraternity house is bought be convinced to change its rules, he said."I .
UF administrator said Monday.The any event, there's always a potentialfor privately by members and kept in their think it's a really good idea,"Delfs said.
new policy would restrict Greeks problem,but with the new policy there's rooms. He said the fraternity has stuck to "We've already been given hints by nationalsthat
from buying alcohol with fraternity money less of a chance,"said Herman,who said she this practice to meet its national policy, they may change their minds."
and allow only over-21 partiers to bring their received numerous calls from chapter advis- which restricts buying alcohol with chapter Interfraternity Council members have
own beer, said Greek Affairs Assistant Dean ers requesting information about the policy money. But if the BYOB policy is approvedby been revamping the alcohol policy since last
Shell! Herman. When fraternities bought implementation.Under UF, he said, national officials also may spring when UF officials first realized its 33

beer with chapter money in the past, they the proposed rules, legal drinkersare agree to the policy. fraternities were violating insurance regulations
violated insurance regulations and made UF limited to a six-pack of beer, which they "Our house has been forced to be dry," every time alcohol was bought with
responsible for lawsuits, she said. must check in at the door in exchange for Vermut said."(BYOB) is what we really want chapter money.

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SG Week features

SG AWARENESS WEEK EVENTS


Cajunfest concertBy TuESDAY-Free food Reitz Union Programand
,
will have information -
drinks, a volleyCouncil,
4 nated Sept. 25-29 to inform
ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI available
ball tournament and
UF students about campusorgamzatJon
Alligator Writer s. games from 11-3 on the North lawn

Student Government "SG can help make the
p.m. on the North about clubs on cam-
Awareness Week kicks off university experience com-
today with a ______ plete," Stu- lawn of the Reitz pus.Total Recall"will
volleyballtournament dent Body Union. KISS 105 will be shown in the

games, free, The week's Vice President Kevinhamburgers i- be there with the SG 2nd floor cinema of

highlight is a May eu x executive officers JWRU at 7 and 9p.m.

and soft said. "We .
and directors.
t
free concert Fnhave
drinks on the a pleth-
Reitz Union day at 7 p.m. at ora of areas WEDNESDAY-Honor FRIDAY-7 p.m. free
North Lawn, for students Court Awareness concert (open to the
the SG public the UF Bandto get In-
volved. Day and Environpublic) by The

rector said.shell by the More mental Affairs CabiSmithereens, pre-

UF progressive rock than 300 UF net kick-off, Informasented by SGP, will
dents will get students al-
the chance to band The SmIthready are ac- tion tables will be set be held at the UF

become involved ereens. tive in 15 up at Turlington Hall. Bandsjiell, Flavet"THURSDAYBrain

in the ___________ cabinets I Field.
organizationthat the 80-mem-()
collects at least$57 each ber Student Senate and Brawl between SG SATURDAY-A, Cajun-

full-time semester student.from the average other said. divisions of SG, Cox and the administrafest, at 7 p.m. at

tion. An organizaBroward Beach following -
1.5. SULLIVAN
Chipper SG originally scheduled "We want to help students
the event for Sept. 1-8,but the better the university tional fair, cosponsored the Missis-
I UF junior Brian Vogt practices his chip murders of five college stu- through Student Govern- by SG and sippi State game.
shot during.golf? class last Wednes- dents forced the event back
day at the University Golf Course. three weeks. SG has desig- see Week, page 9



I Free classes teach basic self-defense techniques I



welcome each week, Schafer said. predicted it will increase when more people have realized that."
AMY K.WILES
By "We teach three levels self-defense,"he find out about the program."I UF student Jennifer Weise said she didn't
Writer
Alligator said. The first and most important level is don't know whether people thought have time to go to extra classes, but said it
Several local karate groups are offeringfree situational awareness. This means staying there was some gimmick attached to the was a good idea to have them."I .
self-defense classes to the public to away from situations where an attack might offer, but that's certainly not the case," Foster think that for someone who feels Inse-
promote safety awareness in the wake of the occur. said. "Weise said.
cure, the class would be great,
murders of five college students.: "The second level is psychological. If (a The class is open to men and women and "I'd rather just take (the Student Nighttime
The classes, taught by the Gainesville woman) is in a situation where she is a will be offered for at least eight more weeks, Auxiliary Patrol) or not go out by myself at "
School of Karate, the Florida Karate Center potential target for an assault, an assertive he said. Group instructors teach defense night."
and the UF Cuong Nhu Karate Club, are attitude deters the attacker most of the skills that require little or no previous karate
designed to help make securityconsciousdecisions time." experience.The Schafer agrees that avoiding dangerous
of lives. situations and going out in groups are Im-
people's
a regular part The third level, physical, is the last line Cuong Nhu Karate Club's classes are portant in self-defense,but still recommends
Wado-Kai karate instructor
Cory Schafer, a of defense, Schafer said. free for all UF students,faculty and staff. UF learning the physical skills.
of the Florida Karate Cen-
and co-owner
"I don't want people getting a false sense freshman Steve Reisman said Cuong Nhu
ter, said he hopes the classes reduce the of confidence and going places they wouldn't literally means "hard-soft" and is a useful "The more people we can make feel like
intimidation of learning a martial art and they're able to defend themselves, the bet
because it teaches both to
style approaches
ordinarily at night, he said. "No matter
go "
confidence needed to
help women gain the ter, he said.
what learn if don't be- self-defense.
attack."I you physically, you
deter a possible lieve that you can make it work, then it's not Schafer said he thinks people who have The classes are offered Mondays, 5:30: to
think"just coming here made women going to work for you." considered taking a self-defense- class at 7:30: p.m., at the Gainesville School of Ka-

feel action better and, Schafer learning said.effective"They were skills taking they Schafer and Cuong Nhu instructor Barry some point"have been pushed over the edgeof rate;Tuesdays,Thursdays and Fridays, 5:30to :
Crane said people usually join karate groupsin indecision to action. 7:00: p.m., with the Cuong Nhu Karate
could use immediately. Club in the'Florida. basement and
Alpha Theta sorority cosponsorsthe September, so they didn't know if the "Some women have a negative perceptionof Gym ;
Kappa Fridays from 4:30: to 5:15: at the Florida
p.m.
center's Women Assault Preventionand murders, have influenced enrollment their ability to defend themselves, he Karate Center.Instructors.
Self Defense Program, which teaches Dick Foster, chief instructor at the said. "These women just sit there and hopean
women basic defense techniques. No expe- Gainesville School of Karate, said atten- ( attack) won't happen to them. Well, the recommend people wear
rience is necessary, and newcomers are dance has been lower than expected, but statistics prove otherwise, and 1 think they loose, comfortable clothing.I .


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I ELSEWHERETreasurer tom :vJ;: J

warns of waning fundsWASHINGTON A4'' Gti

(UPI) Treasury Secretary Dole of Kansas, the Senate Republican leader.
Nicholas Brady, in a letter obtained Monday, warnedthe "Our estimates show that the government Is likelyto
government could run out of money by Oct. 4 run out of cash and default on the government's
unless Congress passes final legislation increasingthe obligations as early as Oct. 4, although this event
public debt limit to $3.509 trillion. could occur as late as Oct. 11," he said in the letter i
"I 1 urge the Congress to act in a timely manner on obtained by reporters.
a debt-limit increase in order to avert a default with Brady cited "two factors that contribute to this ;
its adverse consequences on domestic and Interna- unusually high degree of uncertainty" in the nation's
tional confidence and trust in the United States," cash reserve:
Brady said. The timing of the capital needs of the Resolution .
He recommended the action be taken by next Trust Corp., the federal agency charged with sellingthe
Tuesday, "in time for the Treasury to auction assets of failed savings and loan institutions.
securities on Oct. 3 and settle them on Oct. 4." A change in the tax code that affects the timingof
Congress already passed temporary legislation In- employer payments of withheld taxes to the
creasing the debt limit to $3.195 trillion, but that Treasury Department.
ceiling will revert to about $3.123 trillion at midnightOct. Brady. said that the increase in the debt limit to Comic Martin Lawrence
2 unless a permanent measure is approved. $3.509 trillion is about $30 billion higher than
"Without an increase in the debt limit, all issuanceof projected by the government in its midyear budget Has appeared on the Arsenio Hall Show and HBO.
Treasury securities would cease,"Brady said in the review but "should be sufficient to allow the govern-
letter dated Sept. 21 and addressed to Sen. Robert ment to operate" until the end of fiscal 1991. It
Date: Saturday,Sept. 29 Co-Sponsors:

Time: 10pmAdmission J' I

I Czechoslovakia still selling- weaponsPRAGUE .&. I : $3.000P11.A1N .= :


,Czechoslovakia (UPI)-Czechoslovakiais Iranians a factory to produce L39 jet airplanes, the
still selling arms and military equipment to Libya, article said. The 1,39, ostensibly a training craft, can
Iran, Ethiopia,Burma and other countries nearly nine easily be converted into a combat role.
months after President Vaclav Havel promised to halt In Libya, Czechoslovak experts supervise a factory
arms sales, the newspaper Studentsky Listy said Mon making spare parts for tanks and armored personnel
day.The carriers, and a repair shop for the Czechoslovak-sup-
independent bi-weekly said contracts on further plied 139.
arms sales are pending with several other In Ethiopia, a small-arms ammunition factory, MICNITE
countries,including a$300 million contract to sell 300 delivered on credit, is run by Czechoslovak advisers.
tanks to Iran. "Future cooperation will be on a cash basis,"
All arms trade with Iraq was stopped in accordancewith the newspaper wrote.
the U.N. embargo on Iraq. Syria, Afghanistan, Egypt, Nigeria, Burma and
Czechoslovak advisers run factories making spare Pakistan are also still receiving Czechoslovak arms
parts for tanks, assembling armored personnel car or have been offered proposals for future contracts,
riers and aircrafts, and making ammunition. Studentskt Listy said.
Officials at Omnipol, the country's monopoly The arms trade is a highly lucrative business for
weapons trader,were unavailable for immediate com- cash-strapped Czechoslovakia and was worth $850
IS TOMORROW MITE
ment. million last year.
"In spite of the justified reservations about a lack Libya was the leading client for arms sales,but after
humanitarianism (of the sales), it is probably Impos- President Havel revealed the previous communist
sible to suddenly withdraw from multi-million con- regime's sales of Semtex plastic explosive to Libya,
tracts which de facto keep our not very strong the North African nation is expected to curtail its IT'S YOUR
economy above water," the newspaper wrote. purchases from Czechoslovakia. India is the leading ;
Before the U.N.embargo,Czechoslovakia this year client for unassembled weapons.
sold Iraq a forge for producing ammunition and a Some of the Libyan Semtex is believed to have CHANCE TO i Iqy R1
proposed licensed production of 1,39 trainer aircraft found its way into the hands of the Irish Republican IEMERrIt t 1I
and cooperation in tank production.Iran Army and other terrorist organizations, and Semtexwas EXPOSE I
has a Czechoslovak factory for making shell used to blow up a Pan Am flight over Lockerbie,
casings, and the Czechoslovaks are trying to sell the Scotland in December 1988. THE MILL BAKERY
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CINCINNATI (UPI) Homosexual activists helda a motion to have a mistrial declared. IN FRONT
"sex-in" outside the county courthouse at noon as Defense lawyer Louis Sirkin said the prospective L
an art museum and its director went on trial on jurors had been contaminated by the flavor of ques-
obscenity charges for displaying photographs by tions posed by Prosecutor Frank Prouty, who fre- OF AN AUDIENCE.NO .
Robert Mapplethorpe.The quently asked whether the potential jurors agreed or
Contemporary Arts Center and director Dennis disagreed with laws on child pornography. ACTS TOO WILD
1 Barrie were indicted in April on charges of pandering Albanese also rejected a defense attempt to have
obscenity and child pornography for showing the prospective jurors limited to Cincinnati residents,
,photographs.The rather than all of Hamilton County. Sirkin argued the OR CRAZY FOR US.
trial, expected to last 10 days, involves seven "contemporary community standards" that should
of the 175 photos displayed at the gallery last spring. apply in the trial should be those of Cincinnati resi-
Five photos are of men engaged in homosexual acts dents, but Albanese disagreed.
and two are of children with their genitals displayed. Prouty questioned four men and four women out
Outside the courthouse, protesters marched, of a pool of 50 prospective jurors before adjourning WEDS. 8:30 P.M.
chanted and briefly blocked traffic by lying in the for lunch.
street and simulating sex acts "for everybody's enjoy- Among his questions to the panelists, Prouty asked FIRST 5 TO I SIGN
ment and outrage," said Scott MacLarty, a member of whether they had ever been to an art gallery, seen
the Gay and Lesbian March Activists. Playboy or Penthouse magazines or donated money to
"We believe that (the indictments are) motivatedby arts organizations.He UP GET TO GO Off
homophobia he said, explaining the turnout by also repeatedly asked the prospective jurors if
about 300 homosexuals and others opposed. to what they believed a law should- be upheld "whether the.
they said was censorship. law is good or bad."
Cincinnati police Capt. Joe Koch said officers' Carol Uppmann of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash
decided against making arrests because "the crowd Power accused Hamilton Sheriff Simon Leis and
moved along." Judge Albanese of "using the Mapplethorpe trial to
Inside the courtroom, the defense was dealt a demonstrate their hatred of the gay and lesbian Ivy
setback as Municipal Judge David Albanese overruled community.



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TUESDAY,SEPTEMBER 25,1990.ALLIGATOR 5

eux said. two aerobic rooms, a weight room and a person as the main policy-maker is becauseof
from page 1 He said he doesn't want this center to fall gymnasium.Bird the liability involved with a place where
into administrators' hands. said he's been involved in the students exercise.
you're going to advise me, and I'll go with The O'Connell Center was built with facility's planning since the beginning, and The dean wants students to be very
what you say." CITF money, and over the years studentslost he wants to be intimately involved in the involved because student money built it and
Students paid for the center with money control over the facility," Mayeux said. facility's operation and still have student will continue to operate it," Bowles said.
from the Capital Improvement Trust Fund, "We don't want the rec-fitness center to be Input. "Policy that the board comes up with will be
an account students pay into for every credit another O'Connell Center" Because Student Government gives used 99 percent of the time. The dean will
hour they take. CITF money has paid for Former Student Body President Ed Scaleswas money to the center,it has power over which give them enough say."
several buildings on campus, including the involved in the recreation center's plan policies and procedures are implemented,
Reitz Union and the O'Connell Center ning and said he agrees that the charter Bird said. Mayeux said the current charter for the
recreation is unfair because studentson
Money from the Activity and Service Fee, should be amended to give students powerin But Mayeux said money is allotted during center
a $4.75 charge that is added to tuition for the center's operations. yearly budget sessions and new problems the advisory board are just giving their
every credit hour students take, will go to Planning for the $3.5 million recreation could arise after the budget is passed which opinions the but aren't. making policies or set
pay for the recreation center's operatingcosts. center started three years ago. The centeris would prohibit SG from working out prob ting budget."In
scheduled to open in May of 1991. The lems. my opinion, the charter was not writ
"Why should a college dean say how a center will offer students, faculty and staff Fitness center director David Bowles said ten in the best interest of the student body,"
student-paid facility should operate?" May- eight racquetball courts, two squash courts, one reason the center needs an experienced Mayeux said.






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I present

SG Awareness WeekTuesday = OTAN


Wednesday Thursday
Find
September 25 1990 September 26, 1990 September 27 1990
.
1 lam-3pm Free food and Drinks 10am-lpm Enviromental Affairs 12pm-lpm .Brain Brawl someonespecial.
Volleyball Tournament Cabinet Fall Kick-off SO vs Administration
KISS 105 live Tables at CPA 12pm-4pm RUPC &: SO
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JWRU North Lawn I llam-2pm l Honor CourtAwareness Organizational Fair-JWRU .
.meet SO Directors'". Day North Lawn
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Executive Officers Tables at OPA 7pm SO Movie Presentation .: rAdvertise
7:30pm-10pm: Open Senate meeting' 7pm-9pm Women's Mentor &: JWRU 2nd floor Cinema ...:'i' -
JWRU auditorium Arredondo Room 9:30pm: Total\ Recall
"meet SO senators FREE to the public

FridaySeptember Saturday SaturdaySaturday
28, 1990 September 29 1990 September 29 October 6 .

7pm-12am The Smithereenei 7pm-9pm Cajunfest. i
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OPINIONSUnnecessary




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raromaet'1etoUe'
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exleis dllldthoo ya AND GAT BACK

too lV IN YOUR F10XN 1. !
cutsWhile
smart l! Now quit\ being
such a cr kb
we've always advocated saving money for emergencies
Student Government leaders have decided to
boost their reserves the easy way at the expense of an
essential student group.

When Campus Organized Against Rape officials re-
quested to be supported by SG, Infirmary director Boyd
Kellett magnanimously placed $24,000 from raised student
health fees in an SG account to fund COAR.

But after hostile debate, student senators chopped

$6,000 from COAR's $22,600 budget request, saying that
the group didn't need to pay its undergraduate rape

educators. I IAn
Student Body President Michael Browne justified the
' cut by saying COAR should act like every other student

group and not expect to have paid undergraduates.COAR I execution in our 'crazy'. world I IHe
.
.
officials took whatever they could get and accepted
the loss, grateful to finally be an independent student knew he was going to die, yet he didn't seem so Grant
to care. He was even happy. Reggie
group. How can he not be scared, I said to myself. I knowI CONSIDER
But what happened to the extra $6,000? I was. 'THIS

At first, Browne came up with vague and confusing explanations But as prison officials strapped James William
a trait common among expert administratorsand Hamblen into Florida's electric chair, he just smiled I watched as his body convulsed and as smoke
student leaders.He and stuck his tongue out to the witness room whereI escaped through his pores. Four minutes later,
was sitting.He Hamblen was pronounced dead.
called the extra money a gold mine in June and said said his last words, directed at his attorney Witnesses began to file out of the room, kind of
last week it would be stashed in SG's reserves for future sitting in the front row. like the way people get up to leave after watching a -
spending. "I blew it, I know. You're terrific. OK." movie.I .

While Browne seems dedicated to easing COAR's turbulent For about the 110th time I asked myself why I was I sat there. I felt sad.
doing this,and for the 110th time I couldn't give myselfan
transition from the Infirmary'to SG, picking apartCOAR's answer. He was where he wanted to go.

budget was not the way to save money. At 7:08: am Friday the state of Florida executed An eye for an eye. It's a crazy world.
COAR originally had four paid peer educators, students James William Hamblen. As 2,000 volts rushed Reggie Grant is a journalism seniorand a former
who were trained by therapists to give presentationsabout through his body, I watched. Alligator photo editor.

rape prevention. Stable jobs are crucial to COAR's LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
soundness ---
on campus.
And after the fear caused by UF's recent outbreak of Judges' beliefsare stated that his judicial perfor- face of powerful opposition? Our
mance,i.e.his interpretation of the court would really be just another
violence COAR's importance should be taken
even more ,not the issue law, has been and will be distinct Congress,one appointed for life but
seriously. from his personal beliefs. probably ,sharing the same
Although we're not suggesting that SG leaders treat Editor: Your Sept. 20 editorial Repeatedly, Supreme Court jus- predilection for demagoguery and
COAR as a delicate exception to other student groups, showed that you misunderstandboth tices have decided cases contraryto .mediocrity as our real Congress.
bending spending traditions sometimes to strengthen constitutional law and the role what they would have done if Some may, at times, like such a
a of the judiciary.For Supreme Court they were members of the legisla- court, but it would not be what we
much-needed organization is certainly a valiant idea. nominee David Souter to state that tive or executive branch. need.
Browne should have allotted the money more thought there is nothing "cruel and un For example, Justice Hugo Robert W. Emerson
fully and spent less time finding a way to pump uP.SG's usual"about the death penalty does Black, a former Alabama senator Asst.. professor of business law
reserves. not mean that a death penalty ban and one-time Ku Klux Klan man,
would be unconstitutional. took ,Nazis would not
pro-civil rights and other"liberal"
; And COAR leaders shouldn't sit back and accept the Souter simply joins a near-unan- many positions.
c curve balls SG and the administration consistently have imous judicial consensus that says have liked BorkEditor

, thrown at them since the organization's formation. the death penalty is a matter for the Also"liberal", Justice author Harry of Roe Blackmun v.Wade,, : While I take exception to
the
Becoming a true student group doesn't mean COAR states to decide. It is neither upheld the death penalty. Even much of Judge Robert Bork's judi-

, should suffer under the usual political double talk and typical required Souter nor is not forbidden.at all inconsistent non-judges this distinction sometimes between try to make cial remarks philosophy to be thoughtful,I found most and of witty.his
personal
SG money games. when he supports the
constitutionality

: beliefs and governmental duties. For UF College Democrats
COAR needs support and stability so it, in turn, can pro- of capital punishment, Many politicians adopt the positionof President Dawn Koren to state"the
but is
not
vide these things to students. resolute asto the constitutional New York's Mario Cuomo:while Nazis would have loved this,"in the

Browne has promised to,help them. Let's hope he does. abortion. While questions both subjects presented pose by' they personally oppose abortion, Sept. 21 issue of Tht Alligator, is
y substantial moral, political, politically they are pro-choice. outrageous. It reflects Ms. Keren'signorance
.
economic and social issues, the Souter must be evaluated by his of politics and history.No
alligator co"stiMio"allssues have been far honesty, diligence, intellect and Ms. Koren. the Nazis
Editor more divisive on abortion than the judicial temperament A Supreme wouldn't have liked Judge Bork's
h Judy A.. Plunkett death penalty. Constitutional is- Court nomination is not com-. position one bit. Bork insisted that
Managing:Editor Opinions Editor sues are fundamentally questionsof parable to a political election, with people, not the Fiikrtr/ control the
law, thus Souter's confirmation litmus tests on specific issues.Such content of the laws under which
1; M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier process should focus on law, not tests risk making our judges no they live.,

Letters.. Policy politics. Personal beliefs, while Interesting different from the rest.of govern- ''ViCious, rhetorical name<:alling
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-bY,10 page). They should be should not be the matter ment.Would is a poor substitute for constructivecriticism'
typed, double-spaced end signed. They should Include e typed name address and telephone I of greatest concern. the Supreme Court then
number. Names will be withheld the writer shows If have
Just cause you any questions cell i
the editorial page editor at 376-4453 In accord with almost every still be able, by force of argument Arthur Newman
other judge in America, Souter has alone, to apply the law even in the UF education professor;



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TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 25, ALLIGATOR, 7



UNI I Research Funds Hit $182 Million Mark ; I I



V1 Outstanding UF Faculty Credited I


ch UF received nearly $182 million in research grants for the The College. of Dentistry received a record $5.1 million, a
1989-90 fiscal year, a 13-percent increase and a record for the state 39-percent increase over 1988-89, while the College of Medicinewas
that puts UF among the top 25 research universities nationwide."I up 15 percent to$44.9 million. Much of the dentistry fund-
Produced by UF Information and Publications Services, 355 thought I might be going out on a limb when I mentioned ing came from two program grants, Price said, which will fund
Tigert' Hall and paid for at usual advertising rates to communicate $180 million as a goal earlier in the year," Donald Price, UF's several dozen projects in the areas of periodontal disease and
official notices and important information to vice president for research, said of the $181,758,913 total. "At dental problems of the aged.
students (acuity and Matt Call 392 0186'for information this rate, it is entirely possible we might break $200 million by UP faculty submitted 2,058 new proposals during the year and
the end of this fiscal year." 1,326 of them were funded, a 64-percent success rate.
UF's Health Science Center led the way with $57.5 million in "What that tells me is that we need to submit more proposals,
grants, followed by the Institute of Food and Agricultural because our success rate is excellent," Price said.
Sciences(IFAS) at$32.8 million and the College of Engineeringat The university also took in$2.9 million in royalties and licen-
Uman Is Interim $27 million, according to Price. sing fees, including about$2.2 million from its most prolific pro-
Price said the numbers for medical research were encouraging ducer, Gatorade.
Chair Of ElectricalEngineering because income from that area seemed to have leveled off "We have seen lots of development in the area of licensingand
in recent years. royalties over the past few years," Price said, "and income
About 51 percent, or$93 million, of the money came from the from this area could grow significantly with some of the proj-
Dept.MARTIN federal government, followed by the state of Florida with 18 per ects now under development."
cent and private' industry with 7 percent.The One example is Pro-Bait, a synthetic saltwater fishing bait that
National Institutes of Health contributed$29.1 million and has been phenomenally successful in test marketing. The pro-
the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of duct is now being sold in more than 900 stores in Florida.
Agriculture added more than$7 million each. NASA s 71 awards Price said the nearly $40 million UF has received in the first
V represent a 196-percent increase over 1989, Price said, while the two months of the 1990-91 fiscal year is a 30-percent increaseover
$2.7 million the space agency chipped in was 81 percent higher the same period last year, but he added that problems with
than 1989. the federal budget could have a significant impact on funding
UMAN Price said the university could lose most of the $9 million it later this fiscal year.
Joined got from the U.S. Department' of Defense under the Defense Ad-. "These results speak well of our faculty's ability to competeat
UF Faculty vanced Research Projects Agency(DARPA)program, which ex- the state and federal level," Price said. 'We can be sure other
In 1971 pired this year. Some of the money can be recouped through universities are looking for ways to be more competitive in the
spin-off grants because of the research and facilities developedwith face of budget cuts, but I have confidence our researchers will
DARPA support, he added. remain competitive."
I I

UF Division of Continuing Education I CAMPUS THIS,WEEK I

Martin Uman, professor of electrical
engineering, has been named interim Offers Enrichment Forum In OctoberIn
chairman of UF's Department of Electrical
Engineering, effective immediately.He ) October, the Division of Continuing of management and coordinator of bus-
succeeds Robert Sullivan, who be- Education will offer an "Enrichment iness ethics programs, examines ethical
came dean of the Florida Institute of Tech- Forum," a month-long series of evening issues of the 1990s. Oct. 3, 10, 17 and 24. TODAYSG
nology's College of Engineering on Sept. 1. classes open to the public and designedto AWARENESS WEEK EVENTS-
Uman is a renowned expert on fight- provide insight and understanding\ to INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS: Celebration with free food and games, 11
nine. He has written five books on the contemporary issues. LOOKING TOWARD 1992-UF international a.m. to 3 p.m., Reitz Union north lawn;
subject as well as a book on Eight courses consisting of four sessions economics professor Elias open-to-public Student Senate meeting,
physics and almost .125 refereed journal each are being offered through the forum. Dinopoulis discusses international tradein 7:30: p.m., Reitz Union Auditorium.
publications. The cost for each course is $30, and ses- the 1990s. Oct. 3, 10, 17 and 24. ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, "Diseases in Hu-
He received his doctorate, master's and sions meet from 7 to 9 p.m. on the dates man Evolution," by UF anthropology de-
bachelor's degrees from Princeton Uni- indicated below. Deadline for course MIDDLE EAST IN partment chairman and professor George
versity. After graduation he worked as an registration is Oct. 1. For registration in- science professor and Middle East Armelagos, 4 p.m., 211 Bartram Hall.
associate professor of electrical engineering formation, call Connie Thurston at specialist Rene Lemarchand explores current ANIMAL SCIENCE LECTURE, "Ral-
at University of Arizona,Tucson. 392-2137. Course and instructors include developments in the Arab world. gro: Recommendations for Use in Re-
Uman came to UF in 1971 after workingas the following: Oct. 4, 11, 18 and 25. placement Heifers,"by UF animal science
assistant professor Timothy Marshall, 4p.m.
a fellow physicist at Westinghouse
Research Labs in Pittsburgh. He is currently ALL ABOUT THE HUBBLE TELE- ISSUES IN FLORIDA-Jon Mills, direc- ., 151 Animal Science Building.
chief scientist of SCOPE-UF astronomy professor Robert tor of UF's Center for Governmental FOOD SCIENCE SEMINAR, "Clinical
consulting Lightning
Location and Protection Inc., Tucson. Wilson explores the background, Responsibility, explores Florida's health Research Center-Resources for Nutrition
Uman was named 1990 Florida Scien- characteristics and expectations of the care, transportation, growth and water Research,"by Dr. Peter Stacpoole, direc-
tist of the Year by the Florida Academyof Hubble Telescope. Oct. 1, 8, 15 and 22. management. Oct. 4,11,18 and 25 from tor of UF's Clinical Research Center, and
Sciences. Honored as UF's 1988-89 6 to 8 p.m.Spring. UF research dietitian Jan Alig, 4:05: p.m.,
Teacher-Scholar of the Year, he is a fellowof LATIN AMERICA FACES THE NINE G086 McCarty Hall.
the American Geophysical Union, TIES-Terry McCoy, director of UF's Cen- FLUTE RECITAL by UF music depart-
American Meteorological Society and In- ter for Latin American Studies, looks at ma- Application Date ment graduate student Dawne Pitts, 8:15:
stitute of Electrical and Electronics jor challenges facing Latin American countries ,p.m., 120 Music Building.
Engineers. Other awards include UF's in the 1990s. Oct. 8, 15, 22.and 29. For Law College Changed WEDNESDAY
Outstanding Service Award and Florida AWARD NOMINATIONS DUE for
Blue Key Distinguished FaAilty Award. OUR ENVIRONMENT: HOW SECUREIS Prospective law students should note thatUF's People Awareness Week's Humanitarian
IT-Oct. 2 UP Center Wetlands College of Law has changed its ap-
: Awards, Office for Student Services, 129
director Howard Odum discusses- "The plication deadline for spring semester entry. Tigert Hall, call 392-1261 for information.
Workshops Help Students Economics of Ecology"; Oct. 9: UF The new application deadline for the
GERMANIC LANGUAGE LECTURE,
spring 1992 entering class is May 15,1991.
Dana Griffin TO.
GRE CLASTUF's natural sciences professor "The Role of Women in 15th Century
Prepare For inNature's Applicants for spring entry must take the
discusses "Plants: A Key Ingredient "
Law School Admission Test no later than German Literature, (in English) by
Reading and Writing Center is offering Reci, ; Oct. 16: Alex Green, the February 1991 administration.For University of Arizona German language
a free five-session workshop on director of UF s Center for Aeronomy and more information, visit the Collegeof professor Albrecht Classen, 2 p.m., 2014
"Preparing for the GRE Exam" in Octo- Other Atmospheric Sciences, discusses Law's Admissions Office, 164 Holland Turlington Hall.BO'fANY .
ber. Individual sessions will be held from "Our Atmosphere: Will Our Children'sDress Hall, or call 392-0421. SEMINAR, "Plants and
5 to 6:30: p.m. on Oct. 1, 3, 5, 8 and 10. Code Include Face Masks? ; Oct. Grazers: The Importance of Deterrence,"
The workshop; will discuss test-taking 23: UF professor of. environmental by Furman University biology professorA.
strategies, highlight verbal and quantitative engineering" sciences Lamar Miller adee Joe Pollard 4 .m., 211 Bartram Hall.
skills needed for the GRE and of- discusses Solid Waste" :, Everything'sGotta 6 s News University UF WOMEN'S. STUDIES OPEN
fer practice test opportunities. Enrollmentis Go Somewhere. & InformationUNIVERSITY HOUSE, for UF faculty and students, 6:30to :

l limited. EASTERN BLOC NATIONS-UE political 8 p.m., 121 Reitz Union, call 3923365for
In addition, a free workshop on science associate professor James Mor- i information.
"Writing the CLAST Essay" will be of- rison discusses background, present status FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE LECTURE, .
fered on Thursday, Oct. 4, at 2 p.m. and future implications of changes in the "United States Energy Efficiency Policy:
For more information and to register for communist world. Oct. 2, 9, 16 and'23.ETHICS Strategy for the Future,"by UF industrial
both workshops, drop by the Reading and systems engineering professor
and Writing Center,.2109 Turlington Hall : CAN WE EVER GET IT Barney Capehart, 8 p.m., Medical
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or call 392-0791.; RIGHT?-John Tames, associate professor Sciences Building Auditorium.

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COURSESfrom as the reason for space observation and ical science Professor Rene LeMarchandon
UF's NON-CREDIT COURSESThe 1 what information can be gained from the Oct. 4,11,18 and 25 at 7 p.m. LeM.
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Hubble, Wilson said. archand will focus on conflicts. and issues
University Enrichment Forum, sponsored by UF's
in the Middle East.International.
i, Division of Continuing Education! offer the following "', Griffin will follow in the series with a The other courses offered are:
I classes for $30 each. lecture on plants and his travels and .Issues In Florida by former Florida Economics will be
ALL ABOUT THE HUBBLE TELESCOPK* ':',, experiences exploring the Amazon River Speaker of the House Jon Mills on Oct. taught by economics Professor Elias
Oct. 1 1,8,15.22 *, '/ and the Andes Mountains. 4, 11, 18 and 25 at 6 p.m. Mills is also the Dinopolis on Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24 at 7 p.m.

I LATIN AMERICA 'IN CRISIS Green will discuss pollutants and their director of the Center for Governmental Latin America in Crisis will be
Oct. 8,15,22,29EASTERN I. impact on society. He said he wants to Responsibility. He will teach the courseat taught by Professor Terry, McCoy on
BLOC NATIONS reach concerned citizens willing to do the center, located at UF's College of Oct. 8, 15, 22 and 29 at 7 p.m. McCoy is
more than just complain. Law. the director of UF's Center for Latin
Oct. 2,9,16,23
ETHICS: CAN We EVER GET IT RIOHT?, "My hope Is to educate people that .Eastern Bloc Nations by Professor American Studies.
there are not only problems,but potential James Morrison on Oct. 2,9,16 and 23 This is the second session of the pro-
Oct ,
3,10.17,24 __ ,,' ''I solutions as well," Green said. at 7 p.m. Morrison will explore the back gram,which is sponsored by the Divisionof
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS ',
I ,'e' The session will conclude with Miller, ground and future of the quickly chang Continuing Education.

Oct. 3,10,17,24MIDDLE EAST CRISIS ... a consultant on waste management, who ing communist world. Though it was initially geared at older,
will lecture on solid waste, hazardous Ethics: Can We Ever Get It Right? retired people, the forum has been suc
i Oct. 25 .
4,11,18, ',', control and ground water remediation. by business Professor John James on cessful attracting all kinds of people,
OUR ENVIRONMENT How SECURE Is IT?
: Another lecture series, taught by as- Oct. 3,10,17 and 24 at 7 p.m.James, the said program coordinator Connie Thur-
Oct..2,9.16,23 director of the ethical education
tronomy Professor R.E. Wilson, will pro-
ISSUES IN FLORIDAOct. focus on the Hubble Telescope. Wilson's gram, will lecture on ethics questions in ston.For information on the forum contact

s 4,11,18.24 courses are Oct. 1,8,15 and 22 at 7 p.m. the 90s. the Division of Continuing Education at
The sessions will include topics such The Middle East Crisis with polit- 392-2137.

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WEEKfrom Bandshell by the progressive rock Other activities include an or- Total Recall"will play at the Reitz SG is sponsoring about $7,000
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Government Productions SG's North Lawn where students can ond floor. Donations from private sources
ment," Cox said. concert producing arm-will pay learn about a wide variety of UF The week ends Saturday with a will defer most of the cost,with SG
Starting at 11 a.m.,KISS 105 will $14,000 for the group. clubs,Cox said."Students Cajunfest, featuring gumbo, red only having to pay$1,500.
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beans and rice and crawfish at 7
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The week's highlight is a free meeting at 7:30: p.m. in the Reitz Students can see a free movie UF-Mississippi State football university to have a chance to get
concert Friday at 7 p.m. at the UF Union Auditorium. Thursday at 7 p.m. and 9:30: p.m. game. involved," Mayeux said.


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RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. 5 ROOMMATESF

2 weeks tree m Classifications o How to place a

1 FURNISHEDWalk Villager West, central air, quiet N/S/ own bdr/bath/ $240/mo. + 1/2/ utll,
cul-de-sac. Take NW flth Street call 375-0466 Iv. menage. 9-28-13-5 classified ad :

to UF corner room wsink, ch/ac, from 16th Ave. 371-7777 1 For Rent Furnished
share Kit ft baths. 175mo. Incl. util, 9-26-5-2 A serious mall student lor large 7 In Person:
wash/dry prefer male atudents. 378-8122 bedroom upstairs, apt. $l60/mo. + 1/7 2 For Rent. Unfurnished Cash, check, MC or VISA.
or 3766652. 10.2.10.1 Oak Forestspaciousbdrl/ be. Pool, tennis uti!. .1.! .... No pell. 1818 1 NW 3rd Avt. Mobile Homes
volleyball ft basketball courts, sauna, 4959024. 9-28-10-S 3 The Alligator Office
Housing Available- blk to UF, coed coop laundry on premises. Security & pet For Bent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave.
3 M/F/ roommate needed for room In
own
all utll paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, deposit paidl! $385/mo. Sublet til May. M-F8am-4pm
.parking, laundry, $210 per mo., C.L.O. 392-6493 day or 335-6270 eve. 9.28.7.2 2 luxury apta. only $175 mo. 4 util., pets 4 Sublease House/Apt./
okay fI.xlbl.I.2/ mile to campus Main BookstoreHub
117 NW 15th St. 377-4269. 12-14-62-1
3781802. 928105TREEHOUSE 5 Roommates
Customer Service Desk
2 bedrm Apt., enclosed porch new carpet
Sublease Oakbrook Walk, 1bdr of 2bdr d-w, fans- $375; 1 bedrm Apt. walkm 1 kin VILLAGE 6 For Sale M F 8 am 4:30: pm

apt., 3rd floor, wash/dry/ $380/mo/ must closet fans-$275; Both wcentral H/A/ ; Roommatea available Reitz Union Cashier's Office
be male, call Jeff 335.2803. 108101For water included SW VILLAS- 3730701. 7 Real Estate ,
Reserve your room for fall. M-F 9.m. pm
10.5.11.2 Bus service to UF and SFCC 8
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Motorcycles Sat & Sun Closed
rent turn apt.tralarg. w/own room,
Fum or unfurn. $175-1250
near Shands + UF, share util call 336- AFFORDABLELuxurySecurityCustom roommate/month/ MZ Prop Mgmt.per 9 Autos Medical Bookstore, Shands

8415. 9-26-2-1 Iron sec doora/wndws. SW 1 1&2 Inc. Realtor 3750207. M- F, 8 am ".30 pm
bra chandeliers, cell Ins, micro sensor- 10 Wanted

lite patio, privacy Inc. From $240. 331- N/S F to rent own rm/bth In 2 story apt at .11 Services By Mall:
FOR RENT: 2099. 9-28-5-2 Greenwich Green. $233 mo. + 1/3 Use forms appearing weeklyin

utilities. Call 3353110. 10-15-20-5 12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk SECURE 2br/1.5ba/ condo near UF. Pool
13 Wanted mail. MC, VISA, or checks only.
laundry & (urn. available. Asking $400 per M rmmt needed for own bdrm In 3br 2ba Help

to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR 270280. mo./neg. 392-5910 day or 378.4511 eve. apt own bathroom 188mo./ plus 1/3 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:

2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440. Sec. 9-28-5-2 utllltlea In Park Place call 335.1985 for Payment by VISA or Mastercard
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. Info. 9-25-5-5 1 15 Personals ONLY. Five dollar minimum.
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 12-14- COUNTRY LIVING-near 34 St Plaza. 2BR
76.2 duplex, quiet wooded area, cent air, pets SEAGLE BLDG. luxury condo. Intell.) m/f/ .16 Connections M-F8.30-4pm.

Ok $285MILL own br/ba Sept. free, near campus, 17 Notices *
Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA, quiet security view cf city. Call Matt 374-4309. o How to correct
washer/dryer available In most units for RUN-Spacious Townhouse 2BR 18 Rides
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1 1B-2B 1 ft 2 Bath 2.5BA pool cent air, fans, deck new Rockwood Villas M rmmt needed for own cancel your ad:
$250-$375, sec & Imr 3726422. 12-14- paint near Mall and UF $450 fully turn br/ba. Nice 3br/3ba condo w/all/ 19 Pets

76-2 amenities $22S/mo. Call Dan 336-9332. 20 Lost & Found Cancellations:
SOUTHFORK OAKS-2BR 2.5BA 9-28-5-5
Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri. 8. 4 pm.
INCREDIBLE Townhouse dishwasher pool hookups.Inc. .
utilities $450 ft beautiful No refunds can be given.
Efficiency Apt. some F roommate, tale secure
Starting at $185 condo In NW area. Close to UF & SFCC.
Starting at $235 / 2 BedroomMEAOOWCREST TOWNHOUSE off of 20 Ave. 2BR 1.5BA $250 pays all, $150 security dep. Call o When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
Cent air dishwasher hook-ups $325 376-5297 or 8139561559. 10-2-10-5 Check your ad the FIRST day it runs.
Call 373-FIND with any corrections before .
110 NW 39th Ave
378-3988 Need 1 fem roommate to share room Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
375.3861 KEY MANAGEMENT $150mo.3 utll. Close to campus. Call RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
DAYS after
12-14-76-2 372-3060 3758361. 9-28-5-5 they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected -

10-1-5-2 Ads mailed In or placed at the ads will be extended one day.

"Check Our New Specials Wanted rmmt for 2br/I be m/f ,/n. 150 + Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after

All Amenities Available 1/2 utility I In Lyons. Pets ok with $50 no THREE days to apPear, Ads placing the ad. Changes called in after
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED MOBILE HOMES: refund. Call I 335-5336 Iv msg after: 6. 9- the first day will, not be compensated.
Roommates Available 28.5.5 may run for any length of time

We're No.1REGENCY 3 FOR RENTSALEBest and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:

378.5768 OAKS 1 F na needed for own br/ba In 2br/2.5 beat Sorry but there can be no re- Corrections must be made in person at
rental value. Mobile homes or lots. THE GARDENS ,232mo.2/ util. Call The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON.
3230 SW Archer Road Will take long-term travel trailers. Some Heather at 3323354. 9-26-5-5 funds for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee.
COUNTRY GARDENS good mob. homes for sale. Pool, quiet.
373-4500 Arredondo Farms Mobile Home Park. 378-
Female n/a needed for own bdr/ba/ In a
2001 SW 16th Street 9291. 12-14-63-3
12-14-76-2 brand new mobile horn. Washer/dryer
pets, negotiable (must like dogs) $175/mo FOR SALE FOR SALE
SPACIOUS SUBLEASE: 1/2 utll. Call Kathy 3758489. 9-26-5-5

ONE BEDROOM APT. MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146 BEDS BEDS BEDS
ONLY $273MO.LYONS / 4 HOUSE/APT. nsffun share teml-furn 2B/2B/ with me Editor's choice Hewlett Packard NEW FURNITURE USED
APT and my protective dog. Call late and keep Lowest Discount Prices

4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 No deposit Sept. free one br., ba In the trying. $192.50 1/2 util. 3761122. OH Northgate. Price lower than mail Dumas Discount
12-14-76-2 beautiful Woods Apt. Leave message at 9-27-5-5 order. Systems below Include 1mb 40mb 1421 NE 8th Ave. 371-4422

336-4115 or 335-0829. 9-25-5-4 ((28ms) Harddlak graphics monitor. MC
ALOHA GARDEN APTS. 1-2-3 bra garden ROCKWOOD VILLAS Rmmtei or 4 Sale 286/12 $1195. MC 386SX $1370 ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering:

setting, near Shands ft shopping, Large 1 bdr/ lost, cent. heat/air/ w/ Lux 3bd/3ba In secure area Neat + N/S. Northgate 386/20 $2399. Leading Edge Harman Kardon Autotek JBL Toshiba
flexible lease, 3009 SW Archer Rd. 377- private, locked courtyard, dlshwash For Info call 335-0124 or 18005370600. laptop w/40/ MB hd ft battery $2395. & Crunch Hafler MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 125
0555 9-28-12-2 wash/dry/ close to VA, Shands and Vet 9-28-5-5 2 year warranties. Onsite warranties. NW 23 Ave 371-4378. 121478.8

school ,leave message 375-7598. 9-25- Panasonic 1180 printer $185, HP LaserJet ;
ROCKWOOD VILLAS 2 bdr/2ba w/atudy, 5.4. N/S M rmmt to share 2bdr/2ba apt own lip $1049. 3743 W. University Ave. DISCOUNT HI-FI
end unit!, blinds. $575/mo. Call 3352703. bdr/ba, $250/mo + 1/2 utll, near campus. 12-14-76-6
9-26-10-2 Located at Oxford Manor. Call 375-6326. 722 S. Main The Red Bldg.
Studio For Rent 245 a month util and
one week free rentl Just 4 blocks north 9-28-5-8 Crlmeetopper Car Alarms, K-40 Rider WE ARE CHEAPERCAR
1 bed. apt turn or unfurn WIL- of UF Call 378-1675. 9-27-5-4 Detector, Infinity Sanaul Sony, t+
LIAMSBURG VILLAGE 376-1253. 10- Wanted: N/S M to share room In 3bdr3baIn Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. ALARMS Installed remote control
12-19-2 .Subleasefrnshd studio across from ROCKWOOD 145/mo + 1/5 utilities. We Beat All Price 3733754. 12-14-76- any car truck or van fully guaranteed will
UF. All utll pd Inc ac. pool prkg. Indry. Call 3356242. 10-5-10-5 6 demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mes
*Apartment near Shands, recently 290/mo. Call Paul 378.1715 or ((813)977-) sage. 10-19-38-6
renovated, 2 bedroom, private backyard, 7426. 9-27-5-4 F n/. for own room In 3bd/2ba sale, large
lit month + damage deposit. Call 336- apt. $150mo+1/3utll./ Can't mind 'large,
4575 or 3722959. 10-2-11-2 1 bdrm furnished apt. In Pine Rush. well-trained' dog. 373-7291. mess. 10- zimc
Biking distance from UF. $200 mo. lease 1-5-5 THEATRES There Is A Difference! 1
Duplex apt. for rent 1 br Ir kit, bath ac/heat, (orlg. $279)). 3 mo. lease and has a/c.
. Sblks from UFo 1 blk off Univ. Ave. $250 Must lease. Call 334-8748 or Ive. msg. 2 rmmts needed to share extra large turn OAKS MALL 10 DAILY(TWI-UTE SHOW
monthly plus security. A frame also call 0-27-4-4 apt no deposit share utll, call 3368415or t OAKS MAL L 6309 NI(wal RAY ROAD [ Sluing MhrMn re s 3011pm
3381839. 0-27-7-2 336-9539 Iv. menage. 9-26-2-5
1 bdr. turn apt 1 blk to UF, close to OAKS EAST OAKS 4 WEST '
No hassle. Iblk from UF 1 bdr. 331-6818 INSIDE OAKS MU ADJACENT 10 MALI I
Parking ,
Holiday Inn, cent air/heat, pet ok, avail.
6 FOR SALE 331-8118 I ICOOO
fully equipped modern apt., Frazer House now until Jan 1. $245/mo/ util. free, call IN OAKS PLAZA
3729522. 9-28-8-2 NARROW MAON (a)
Apts. .
3737688. 0.28.3.4Subl..vtry ( so. "
TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk lWSAfia> l ,!:Sl)
Sept FREE. IBR apt Oct-Dec $250/mo. close to N.W. drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannisters. 720.030 FEILAS (R)
campus. DK> nACV(K' ) (TLS 4:00: 13.00)), 7:00: 10:10:
Near UF/Butler Plaza. Renewable lease .side. bdr$285/water Included. Call 334- Factory reconditioned unused In past 2 (Jt 0 : I
TO
334.5839 evenings. 9-25-4-2 7425. 10-1-5-4, yrs. Perfect for small typesetting Jobs. ; CHOn (PC)
ITll (TLS 5:00: 013.00). 7:50, 10.30
Good machine for small type shop. System ViSjrWa4, ) :
2 weeks free 1 bdr/1 ba apt safe, area, close to campus, Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film a a font PRESUMED INNOCENT (It)
Studio $219 1222 NW 8th Ave $245mo., Sept. free, call 335-3861 after' disks./ $3,500 080. Call The Alligator at MY( MM MAVM(TCI) (TLS 4:30: C 9 $3.00)). 7:20: 10tO:
Walk to UF. College Park Properties 1pm. 0.25..4Subl.W.lk 373-9926 for more Info. Ma: .W" FUNNY ABOUT LOVE (PG-1 J)

371-7777 ("' 4o\J:.:oy jp11\ (TLS 5:15: 0 $3.00)). 7:45.: 10.20

9-26-5-2 to Campus, Clean furnished Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more (TLII10: e MOO),
studio, next to pool a laundry. brand are all at our New Loeatlonl Car 'I
2 spacious/ 2 bdr, nw area, avail. Immed.Iv. Stereo Specialist 3211 NW 13 St. 372.
$250/month. Sept. Free. 371-0382/leave TIMES SHOWN TOR MONDAY THRU THURSDAYBUY
message, 378-4969. 9-28-5-2 message. 1015.4 2070. 12-14-76-8



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FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALEMCS 7 REAL ESTATETake

2 bicycles, 10.speeds, Raleigh Capri $50, FUTONS & FRAMES YAMAHA TURNTABLE Perfect Condition 65 w/channel/ rec. $100; Technics
over no required
payments
Bianchi $150. Also, Harmony bass guitar Many styles & models from only $200/set/ 4 yrs old, $60. 376 1880 alter 4 pm. 7-band equalizer $50; Microwave $30; All Condo 2br/2ba. Lei It pay equity for cOllege.
wi amp $150. Call Tim 373.3190. 925- Covers, also Call Matt 377.2110. 105- 11.25.38MENS $ firm Call Andy 374.6565 leave mess Oaks Mall area, lot!'tlyle study area,

58 156 0.28.3.8FOR wash/dry/ porch Call 407.862.9522 928.5.7 .
10'spd, c moly frame, shimano
WANTED: BASEBALL CARDS Top $ 600, alum. rims & posts $135 firm 30x42 SALE
2400 BD MODEM
Paid) Also 10 speed bike for sale $80 $98 drafting table w/ lamp, $75. 377.0276 Iv. Stun Guns, Chain Alarms, Key Sprayers,
Call Jeff @ 3348503. 9.26.6-6 WORD PERFECT $135 msg. 9.253.6Gibson protect yourself w/llCurl1y. Use at home, 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED
school, etc 813.825.2457. 9.28.5.6
CD'S FOR SALE $10. All Kinds But Hurry CALL ELITE 335-1300. Lea Paul electric guitar 8 months REPAIR
Only a limited supply Also Fosgate car 11.1.33.8 old, Peavy Studio !Pro 60 watt amp & Mar. 55 gallon show aquarium wall/ accessories Precision Snail Engine Pickup &
amp./subs. Call Jeff 334-8503 0.26.6.6 shall lead 12 watt amp Crybaby Wah $150, Iv. message 1.968.1930. Delivery available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace,
pedal Comes w/ hard case. Asking 92636 across from Alley Katz 333 3B25 9.28.
Yamaha FG.400a acous guitar w/ strap & -&PRODIGY $750. 1-591.2932 Ben. 9.25.3.6 14.8
sottshell ca..180..CD stereo WATERBED Super single excl. cond
comp nvr used Sharp dx-660.$l80"cy- Inlrwnw"ftnoiul!Service Mixer, 16 channel, great for live bands or Brand new mattress and liner ((1 month 1985 Yamaha RZ.350 exc condo Racing
cling helm.$20"cllp on fan.$7"85 blk Available at ELITE today. 3351300. recording, call. for. more Info., $800 neg oldll) Includes heater $100 obo call Ken kit InC exhaust. Very fast! Last of 2.stroke
Tomos moped,$300"all neg./call 336- 3321428. 9 26 4 6 335.0610. 92636 street Yellow/blk SISSOneg Ray 335
85061 9.26.5.6DBASScar 9312 Iv mea. 9.26.0.8'
g.28.10.8 2 1 month old moutain bikes $300 each Commodore 128 expanded to 640k, 1571

stereo specialist Warehouse RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants nishiki pueblo & hardrock with U.locks call drive mouse, 16k printer interface, many Red Honda Elite, 2800 ml, \j eat shape
direct tales on all car audio equipment 377.1366 if not home leave message geol programs voice master, additional w/helmet 336.0728 ask for Kelvin' or Iv
for dorm or apartment We .
your
Gainesville students 25% off sales/Instal deliverl Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave obo. 9 27 5 6 software, will separate, $425, call 372 mssg Will bargain, start at t $A5C1(+ 9.25.4.
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6547. 9 28 5 6 8
lations D-BASS 4504 SW 29th Ave
377.5265. 6 blocks E. of campus 10-16-
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very well. Engine rebuilt two yean ago. Condition! 1984 Asking $2500 will nego stick Calais. Runs great but needs glass Need 21 near Oaks Mall area, S x 5 to 10 x 20 from
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ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW 1989 Honda Prelude ac ps pb Sipd power Lincoln Continental 4-dr 1075 or thereabouts SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
10 WANTEDLocal
RATES, low payments, last drive. window cruise, sunroof, stereo cassette for half-hour photographing. Will Get confidential testing and treatment at
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377CARS. WE CARE. 10.4.10.9 6389 Ive message. 108-10-9 Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class 14-76-11
Rings ETC. Top $ orrtrade. Ozzie'l Fine WANTED: tlx for LSU (Oct 6)) call 377-
MAZDA GLC WAGON 81, Auto A/C PB, 81 Nissan Maxima 4dr, ac, power windows Jewelry 3739243. 12-14-76-10 6397 ask for Leslie or Iv. mess. 9-26-3-10 GATOR MOVING **
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TUESDAY,SEPTEMBER 25,1990.ALLIGATOR 13
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BY VONDELL INDIVIDUAL TUTORING by Pat. Learn to TUTORS. Warren Bernard and
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Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly Extra Money For Writing And Research.Call Ask for Don. 8-28-10-13
professional' care In peaceful surrounding 374-
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Typing I I. back in the SW Accurate, ..College Students needed Immediately NEED 1 or 2 LSU tickets. Call Marc or
low ratea. Resumes $12-$15,1 pg, Laser for exciting outdoor job. CHIROPRACTIC leave 335-6492. 9-27-3-15 BUY AND PAWN
printing. Days, eve*.. weekends 373- .Ideal College Hours 4.30-8.30: : Serving UF since 1977 message. Gold Silver Di.mond..Jew.lry
4564. 10-5-13-12 Exc. Earnings Potential l5-$50/day Most Insurance accepted Rolex TV'"SlIr.o..VCR'.
Have Fun Meeting New People 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. 16 CONNECTIONS TOP CASH PAIDII
ALPHA GRAPHIX Call Frank at 338-3121.. 10-10-15-13 Dr. Steven Schargel! Best Jewelry A Loan 371-4367
373-7070 10-12-23-16
GAY? BIZ QUESTIONING?
$2/d page
Flag football refs wanted. 332-4878. Ask
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Quality typlng/wordprocessing/ $
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375-TYPE/375-6973/ 10.8.10.12 Excellent Pay In 4.10 hrs/week .

Call 375-4875. SKYDIVE Attend our course on contest prep. Every

13 HELP WANTED Female tutor needed for Intro to linguistics Skydive with The Wllllston Skydivers 336- Sat loam Gainesville Gym 3788400. 10- 18 RIDES

will $8/hr Call 3354937. 7970. 12-14-73-15
CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The course pay EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp. $30 one way. 6

Independent Florida Alligator. Must own INTELLIGENCE JOBS. CIA, US Customs MACE Project yourself! Immobilize treatment. 28 year exp. Dr. J. Beckum yrs of weekly Frl/Sun. bus trips. Pets ok,
reliable van or pick-up truck and be available DEA, etc. Now Hiring. Call 1-805- an attacker Send $15 cash cheek, optometrist. 1117 W Unlv Av. 378.1288. pkg. transported. GMG trans 336-
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through Friday. Must have excellent driving Safety 976 N. MeClean Blvd., Elgin IL ATTENTION: Student Loans on anything!!
record and valid Florida driver Seeking babysitter' for children ages 5 A 60123. 9-25-15-15 No one refused with good collateral Best
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Action/Equal Opportunity Attention Greeks, clubs & individuals! and you need cash to get horn, Into 375-8489. 9-26-5-11

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I UF- Louisiana State game picked up by ESPN I

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UF's Oct. 6 game against Louisiana State sippi State,to start at 12:40: p.m.,is also being lights. Musco supplied UF with its portable tions.
will be televised by ESPN, the station announced televised by TBS. lights last season. Two players Injured Saturday
Monday. For the second time since 1983, UF will Defense ranked 2nd Defensive tackle Mike Brandon and out
have to bring in extra lights to accomodatethe UF's defense is ranked second in the side linebacker Fee Bartley suffered minor
Kaspriske time switch. nation in fewest points allowed as the Gators injuries during Saturday's game and both
NOTEBOOK UF was forced to bring in two portable have given up 7.6 points a game. Nebraskais could play this week against the Bulldogs.
light banks for the Florida State game last first, allowing just 4.7 points a game
season, a game also carried by ESPN. through its first three games. Brandon,a starter at tackle with 12 tackles
"We'll go with two portable banks on top UF quarterback Shane Matthews leads and a sack through the first three games,
The game, which was originally scheduled of the skyboxes," said Danny Sheldon, UPs the SEC in total offense ((271.3 yards a game) bruised the instepof his left footand remains
for 1:30: p.m., will now be televised at operations and facilities coordinator. "We and is 7th nationally. Matthews also is the questionable for Saturday.

7:30: p.m..The LSU game will be UF's third don't have the proper candle power withoutthe third-best quarterback in the conference in Bartley, who bruised a knee in the Fur-
nationally televised contest this season. extra lights." passing efficiency with a 135.67 rating. man game, is probable for the MississippiState

The Alabama game was televised by TBS Sheldon said UF will contact the MuscoCo. Gators' defensive back Will White is game. Bartley has 15 tackles in three
and this weekend's game against Missis- based in Oskaloosa, Iowa, to get the ranked No.1 in the nation with four intercep- starts at outside linebacker.


GRAVESfrom youth programs throughoutthe demics first and athletics sec LEVALLEfrom
state. ond, like it was in the 1960s.
page 16 page 16
Graves left Steinbrenner's Sure, the players are bigger, UPI Top 25
Fame Bowl Selection Commit. company in 1988. Since then, stronger, and faster than they won two individual state cross country titles NEW YORK(UPI)). Tht United Press International
tee. Even in light of the recent he has spent his time in an were then, but... and led his team to a state championship his record Bond dt and Coaches fail pilot Top votes 25 I collage in I parentheses loolbati ratings,hotel points,with
the UF based ,15 lot lielpac.t ,U I..Mcond tic
NCAA ruling banning "unstructured" way helpingout senior ( on Dana )I.
(Spurrier) does not have the year. and last weeks. ranking
football team from a bowl this friends with public relations coming
depth that other schools have, His ambitions after high school were
Graves said he still hopeshe 1 1. Noire Dame ((34)) ((20)746) 1
year, serving on the bowl com Graves said. "I think there's a to college and running. 2 FSU ((13)' ) ((30)744) 2
can bring the Gators a spotin mittee and finding time to go chance that every ball game 3 Auburn ((4)) ((20)673) 3
LeValle feels his successful running career 4 BYU ((40)613 4
((2)) )
the bowl.
fishing once or twice a week.
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(will be decided) in the fourth is because of his determination, motivation 5 Tennessee ((3-0 1)) 539 6
Graves left UF because hedidn't But he still finds time to keepup quarter. It will be very excit 6 Nebraska ((1)I) ((3-0)531) 7
and He isn't concernedwith
discipline. as 7.Michigan ((11)465' ) 10
want to be involved any with college football, "
espe- ing. winning every race but seeing how fast 8 Virginia ((4-0))429 9
more. So he moved to Tampa, the Gators. And he said
cially 9 Miami ((1.1)' ')411 8
and how far he in .
where he became vice president things have changed a lot since Bill Carr, a 1966 All-America can run competition."I 10 Texas MM ((3-0)341. ) 11
for public relations for his days as a coach. center for the Gators,finds similarities train to be the best and I race to win 11 12 Ohio Washington Slate (((3(2.0)0)))237 163 16 12
George Steinbrenner Enter One difference is the fre- between Graves' and and if it doesn't happen, that's the go," '13 Anzona ((3.0)) 105 14
prises. of NCAA violations at Spurrier's methods of coach LeValle said. "I think that trying to find out 14 Southern Cal ((2.1)) 104 5
quency 15 Illinois ((21)) 96 17
"When I announced my resignation UF and other schools. Graves ing. how far I can go takes a lot of discipline." 16 Colorado ((21-1)) 94 18
17.UF ((3-0)) 87 15
George Steinbrennerasked attributes that to the growing "Florida football in the 1960s Not only is LeValle trying to discipline 18 Clemson ((3.1)) 43 19
me what I was going to importance of. a winning sea was a wonderful time," said himself in his running, but also in his aca 19 Fresno Stale ((40)) 18 21
20. Michigan Slate ((0.1-1)1 ) '12 23
do,"Graves said. "I said I didn't Carr, who took over for Gravesas demics. As an engineering major, his goal 21. (tie) Mississippi ((21)) 7 Z
know,but I wanted to do some son."Coaches are paid more at UF's athletic director and this semester is to find a balance betweenhis 21' (te) Arkansas ((11)) 7 13
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thing different. So he offeredme the universities now," Graves remained in that position until training and his studies. 23 (t tre) Anzona State ((2-0)) 5 21
an opportunity." said. "The pressure is on to win 1987. "I really enjoyed playingfor "For me right now, my academics is def 25. Iowa ((20)) 3 I
While working for Stelnbren.ner to justify their salary and their Ray Graves. He wanted the initely first," LaValle said. "I came to UF unranked
a Bull Gator, his duties status." players to enjoy playing foot very focused on track and engineering and others receiving'' votes Penn Sun,South CarolmaMtMtMt3t3t3t3t3t3E3E3E3t3t3t3E3t3t3t3t3t
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Yankees exhibition games and for the universities to put aca- above all, it's a game." and what I'm interested in."

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Graves remains in contact with UFBy

job? Check
SHARON GINN But that's not Graves' style.A bers those days as well as any- able."
body. Graves, who left Gainesville
Interstate-75 is still
Alligator Staff Writer trip up
enjoyable.And And he loves to talk about when he resigned as athletic
out the SECSome Ray Graves just can't seem to as anecdotes from SteveSpurrier's how Spurrier,a former player of 'director, still travels to almost
stay away from UF football. UF's his, is now turning the UF foot- every Gators football game -
days as quarter- ball around as its and not just to watch Spurrierin
coaching positions in the Southeastern program
back in the
keep popping
up
After serving 10 seasons as coach. action.
Conference may be opening up if the
head coach of the Gators and 20 newspaper, inevitably a quote
results of last SEC
indication.The Saturday's games are any years as UF's athletic director, from Graves does too. "I'm enjoying the Gator look He attends partly because he
you would think Graves, now 70 Graves, who was football of the 1990s,"" Graves said. "It's is a member of Tampa's Hall of
question! is, though, will in
#_ anyone and "semi-retired," would stay coach from 1960-69 and athletic fun. They work hard and play
their right mind be interested? see Graves, page 15
mostly at home in Tampa. director from 1960-79, remem- the kind of football that's enjoy-
Louisiana State coach Mike Archer was
already on borrowed time entering this sea- ,
son after going 4-7 last year.And after losingto

that Vanderbilt the Tigers 24-21 started Saturday the season, no one 2-0.cares I LeValle ready to make senior impact

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.> Alex Marvez By CHERYL BOSSEN LeValle's test was post-
poned when he suffered afoot .j {
Alligator Writer
THREE injury near the end of last sea-
COUNTThe Mike LeValle was in fourth son.
grade when he discovered his Despite winning two indi-
Commodores were so lightly re- talents as a runner. vidual titles early in the 1989
garded last week that Furman coach Jimmy LeValle figured after win- season, LeValle injured his
Satterfield inadvertently said when his team ning the President's Physical foot the week before the SEC .c
played UF, it was going to play team from Fitness Test in elementary meet and did not recover. Nei-
the SEC, and not a Vanderbilt. school,his niche in life was on ther did his team, which fin-
Ouch. a track. ished sixth at the meet.

Alabama's Gene Stallings also doesn't appear "Distance (running) is UF cross country coach
to be standing on solid ground. The something you have to really John Webb said that the Ga-
Crimson Tide dropped to 0-3 after losing excel at," LeValle said. "I tors were capable of finishing
17-16 to Georgia. That gives 'Bama, which guess you have to have a talent among the top three had leV- r
lost its last two games a year ago, its longest for it." alle not been injured.
losing streak, since a 17-game skid in 1954. He has since proved that "You just have to go with {
Archer and Stallings are not bad football talent by helping UF win the what you got,"Webb said. u
coaches. Southeastern Conferencecross Led by LeValle the Gators
Archer led the Tigers to a 10-M recordin country championshipin dominated the early part of the
his first year in Baton Rouge,and a shareof his freshman year,and now, '89 season with LeValle win-
the SEC title in 1988. Stallings was the he is ready to repeat that featas ning individual titles at the
head coach of the Phoenix Cardinals from a senior this season. Miami Greentree race and the
1986-89 (and working under Cardinals LeValle has high expecta- Florida State Invitational.His .
owner Bill Bidwell must have made Stallings' tions for both the team and costly injury meant trou-
tenure seem like a lifetime). himself for the 1990 season. ble for the Gators for the re-
But at those universities, being.a coach His focus is maintaining con- mainder of last season.
goes beyond normal bounds. sistency in his academics and After winning their first four
In'bayou country, any loss Archer's team his cross country training. meets, the Gators slipped as
suffers this year will invoke memories of last However, track season is the season closed. Although
season, when the Tigers were expected to where LeValle is really looking they advanced to the NCAA
set the world on fire with quarterback to excel the most."I District III Qualifying Meet,
Tommy Hodson. Even a 10-1 season this still want to compete hard the Gators finished a dis-
year may not be enough to save Archer's and train hard and do my best appointing 11th place.
in cross country, but when Though LeValle's general DONALD LEVAN
job.In Alabama, they,want Paul "Bear"Bryant track season comes around, interest in running began in UF senior Mike LeValle is trying to rebound from an injury
back, even though the legendary Crimson I'll be conditioned the way I fourth grade, his love for dis- that kept him from competing In last season's Southeast-
Tide coach has been dead for the past seven like to be physically, disci- tance running began in middle em Conference championship."In .
years. plined and focused on what school"I
"" Bryant's first replacement, Ray Perkins, I'm doing LeValle said. .already knew what my middle school, I was al- LeValle, who graduatedfrom
went on to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after "Since I came to UF, I've talents were," LeValle said. "I most hoping that I was goingto Boyd Anderson High
four seasons because he couldn't live up to looked forward to exploringmy didn't really have to venture be as good in high schoolas School in Lauderdale Lakes,
the fans' "'Bear' Bryant-like" expectations.Bill talents as a runner. We into other areas because I was some of the people I read
Curry,Perkins' replacement after don't know exactly how goodwe finding success in distance about."- .
taking the Tide to the Sugar Bowl. are until we test ourselves. (running). see LcValto, page 15

Like Perkins,Curry left to take a less-pres-
tigious job-coaching football at Kentucky.
is in double-trouble because
Stallings he
is a disciple! of Bryant, having played under UPI have to UFUnited
shim! at Texas A&M. If Stallings continues to poll may drop
lose, expect 'Bama fans to set fire'to Texas .

A&M to strike any association between him Press.. International the Top 25 and national championship con the one-year bowl.ban could be applied the
and the Bear. sideration by the UPI Board of Coaches. 1991 season.
Such pressure, though, is unfair. If fans at .NEW YORK The UF football team,
LSU would forgive and forget,they havea UF would fall under that jurisdiction.The
may banned from playing in a bowl this season, Once the appeals process is exhausted,
< coach for longer than three years, some- remains eligible for United Press Gators, charged with improper financial UPI will drop UF .from the ratings if the
thing that hasn't happened since Charles International's weekly rankings while the assistance to players and assistant coaches, ruling stands.
McClendon's 17-year reign from 19621979.If school considers whether to appeal. the were barred last week from going to a bowl.
Stallings was hired at Alabama becausehe NCAA ruling. Because of the seriousness of the violations -
was the best coach available, then the UF, ranked No.; 17 in Sunday's poll, has the NCAA could have been harsheron
jury on his program will be out for the next By agreement with the American Foot until Oct. 5 to' appeal the NCAA sanctions. the Gators football and men's basketball
several years. But if Stallings doesn't win 323 ball Coaches Association, teams barred ,Any appeal likely would not be heard by program The governing body of college
games and was hired mainly to please die- from'television appearances or postseasonplay the'NCAA before January, 'leaving the pos- sports chose the less-stringent punishment,
,hard 'Bama fans, then the school gets what or having lost more than 20 percent of sibility the Gators could play in a bowl because UF cooperated with the investigation -
it deserves. their football scholarships are ineligible for, following this season.If the ruling is upheld,, but school officials remained upset.
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dit, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1990 Regents approve summer school budget options By MIKE BRUSCELL Alligator Staff Writer State education officials unanimously approved a UF request Monday to schedule most of the school's summer classes -even though it requires dipping into lottery and emergency education trust funds The Board of Regents, the 13-member panel that governs the nine state universities, also forwarded two other UF budget plans. The plans make provisions for a worse-case scenario, including the elimination of most summer classes During a telephone conference between the Regents and officials from the state universities, the Regents agreed with UP President John Lombardi's recommendation to give schools maximum flexibility in meeting budget cuts. The Regents now pass the plan to Gov. Bob Martinez and the Cabinet, who have final say in the matterOct. 9. Stateeducation officials said they were pleased with the nine schools proposals. 'We are not recommending that any umnversity change any of the recommendations they made," State University System Chancellor Charles Reed said Monday afternoon from the University of South Florida in Tampa Lombardi again stressed the need to give each school more budget power, a move he said would protect items such as summer classes, particularly for grad eating seniors. Whileall three UFplans will go to Tallahassee, the Regents favored the same proposal UP officials called their favorite. The plan would allow state uoversities to use money from the two trust funds and suspendabout$3 millioninequipment purchases and building maintenance That plan was first pre sented to the Regents Friday. Castor UP Provost Andrew Sorensen and Vice Provost Gene Hemp drafted the plan which assumed UF would have the trust funds to defray costs With the funds, UF would have to return $5 7 million to the state, not the $8 4 million Martinez originally told UF it would have to trim. The cuts came when Martinez and the Cabinet ordered all state agencies to trim 5 percent from their budgets because of diminished tax returns and a sluggish economy. By requesting a share of two state trust funds, one from lottery profits and one from the education emergency fund, UF hopes to offer about 75 percent of its current summer schedule, Lombardi said. The trust fund plan was first proposed byEducation Commissioner Betty Castor "I don't think there's any doubt we won't be able to use the $92 million from both funds," Castor said But Reed said the schedule cuts may affect students seeking to meet the rule that requires students to take mne hours of summet classes sometime during their college career He said the conflict may mean waving the rule next year The other two UF plans approved by the Regents include. N eliminating several 1990-91 summer classes and cutting expenses such as staff positions and travel privileges by 5 percent, 1 cutting 33 percent in the same areas as the favored plan, without using state trust fund money Even with Lombardi's desired "maximum flexibility" on budget cuts, UF may have to eliminate 133 faculty positions, some vacant, some filled Sorensen said some faculty members with nine-monthcontracts won't teach duringthe summer fie said he'll meet wilh UF deans to determine what positions will be cut Other budget possibilities include taking money from other [rust funds, such as the state schools trust fund, which gets its money from the sale of abandoned property, Regents spokesman Pat Riordan said Monday from Tallahassee. Classes feature current events By LATASHA A. GETHERS Alligator Writer Interested in the future of the Soviet Union or how the Hubble Telescope sets sights on the universe? Maybe you want to know the secrets of solid waste? UF has the answers. Next week, UP will begin Its evening non-credit lecture series, offering $30 specialized courses on astronomy, world and local Issues, the environment and ethics. Thecournesconsistoffourtwo-hour lectures, mostat Little Hall, beginning the week of Oct. 1. The classes are limited to 20 students. Four professors -Howard Odum, Dana Griffin III, Alex Green and Lamar Miller -are dividing up the series on environmental issues that meets Oct. 2.9.16 and 23 at 7 p m. Odum, director of the Center for Wetlands, will explore ecological economy and environmental policy and said he hopes to attract citizens concerned with the future. "a Causes. page 8 Lombardi to decide on possible appeal Up Pnddm John hu ..arti saw Monday the school will unqMuce at noon toda whe r It will aUea an oCK tIflnh tIt barsba tpay hm app"a1ifgIUAbSmfl this M ar' --? Center limits students to advisory role by CARRIE SEMAL Alligator Writer What has been billed as a completely student-run recreation and fitness cen ter actually will receive no more than student advice In its day-to-day operations, Student Body Vice President Kevin Maycux said Monday. Mayeux met Monday afternoon with Health and Human Performance Dean Patrick Bird to discuss changing the centers charter, but the two came to a standstill. According to the charter, the facility is to be run by an advisory board made up of six students and five UF staff or faculty members. As the charter is written, the advisory board can only review policies and advise Bird, who has final say over all rules and procedures. Mayeux said he wants that changed. Mayeux, chairman of the advisory board, said he doesn't want to just .advise,0 but he wants students to have complete control over the center. Mayeux also said Bird would have the powerto veto any policy he didn'tagree with. But Bird said he doesn't want that to happen. "I do not want to be in a position where! have to veto things," Bird said. "Ninety-nine percent of the time, see center, page 5 Not Oti tgally .&got lad wlh Ih UnIver,'iy of FIorida VOLUME 84, NUMBER 21 Gators probation may drop UF out of UPI poII.16 Sink or sail Van Williams takes advantage of the season's first cold front on Santa Fe Lake, east of Gainesville. 4,11 F U

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liii' ~ ~ I 1144 I I tlI Ii'l a -hU im se in lrd J1 o Oh anilite 10Ida TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1990 Regents approve summer school budget options By MIKE BRUSCELL Alligator Staff Wnter State education officials unanimously approved a IF request Monday to schedule mostof the schoolssummerclasses -even though it requires dipping into lottery and emergency education trust funds. The Board of Regents, the 13-member panel that governs the nine state umverstties, also forwarded two other UF budget plans. The plans make provisions for a worse-case scenario, including the elimination of most summer classes. During a telephone conference between the Regents and officials from the state universities, the Regents agreed with UF President John Lombardi's recommendation to give schools maximum flexibility in meeting budget cuts. Tne Regents now pass the plan to Gov. Bob Martinez and the Cabinet, who have final say in the matterOct. 9. Stateeducation officials mid they were pleased with the nine schools' proposals. "We are not recommending that any university change any of the recommendations they made." State University System Chancellor Charles Reed said Monday afternoon from the University of South Flonda in Tampa Lombards again stressed the need to give each school more budget power, a move he said would protect items such as summer classes, particularly for grad eating seniors; While all three UF plans will go to Tallahassee, the Regents favored the same proposal UF officials called their favorite. The plan would allow state uni. versities to use money from the two trust funds and suspend about $3 million in equip. ment purchases and building maintenance That plan was first presented to the Regents Friday Castor UF Provost Andrew Sorensen and Vice Provost Gene Hemp drafted the plan which assumed UF would have the trust funds to defray costs, With the funds. UF would have to return $5.7 million to the state, not the $S 4 million Martinez originally told UF it would have to trim The cuts came when Martinez and the Cabinet ordered all state agencies to trim 5 percent from their budgets because of diminished tax returns and a sluggish economy By requesting a share of two state trust funds, one from lottery profits and one from the education emergency fund. UF hopes to offer about 75 percent of its current summerschedule, Lombardi said The trust fund plan was first proposed byEduahlion Commisstoner Betty Castor "I don't think there's any doubt we won't be able to use the 892 million from both funds," Castor said But Reed said the schedule cuts may affect students seeking to meet the rule that requires students to take nine hours of sum mer classes sometime during their college career He said the conflict may mean waving the rule next year The other two OF plans approved by the Regents include 0 eliminating several 1990-91 summer classes and cutting expenses such as staff positions and travel privileges by 5 percent. 0 cutting 3 3 percent in the same areas as the favored plan, without using state trust fund money Even with Lombardis desired 'maximum flexibility" on budget cuts. U may have to eliminate 133 faculty positions. some vacant. some filled Sorensen said some faculty members with nine-month contracts won't teach during the summer He said hell meet with UF deans to determine what positions will be cut Other budget possibilities include taking money from other trust funds, such as the state schools trust fund, which gets its money from the sale abandoned property, Regents spokesman Pat Riordan said Mon day from Tallahassee Classes feature current events By LATASHA A. GEThER Alligator Writer interested in the future of the Soviet Union or how the Hubble Telescope sets sights on the universe? Maybe you want to know the secrets of solid waste? UE has the answers. Next week, UF will begin its evening non-credit lecture series, offering $30 specialized courses on astronomy, world and local Issues, the environment and ethics. Thecoursesconsist of four two-hour lectures, mostat Little Hall, beginning the week of Oct. 1 The classes are limited to 20 students. Four professors -Howard Odum, Dana Griffin 111, Alex Green and Lamar Miller -are dividing up the series on environmental issues that meets Oct. 2,9, 16 and 23 at 7 p.m Odurm, director of the Center for Wetlands, will explore ecological economy and environmental policy and said he hopes to attract citizens concerned with the future. see Coures, page a T_Sink or ma1l Van Williams takes CHERRY JONEs advantage of the season's first cold front on Santa Fe Lake, east of Gainesville. C l Center limits students to advisory role By CARRIE SEGAL Altigator Writer What has been billed as a completely student-run recreation and fitness cen. ter actually will receive no more than student advice in Its day-to-day operations, Student Body Vice President Kevin Mayeux said Monday. Mayen met Monday afternoon with Health and Human Performance Dean Patrick Bird to discuss changing the center's charter, but the two came to a standstill. According to the charter, the facility is to be run by an advisory board made up of six students and five UF staff or faculty members. As the charter is wntten, the advisory board can only review poLiciesand advise Bird, who has final say over all rales and procedures Mayeux said he wants that changed Mayeux. chairman of the advisory board, said he doesn't want to just advise," but he wants students to have complete control over the center. Mayeux also said Bird would have the power to veto any policy he didn't agree with But Bird said he doesn't want that to happen. I do not want to be in a position where I have to veto things," Bird said Ninety-nine percent of the time, see Center, page 5 No? oicaIIy asaocaid. *ih In. Univrody I1 Fior ds VOLUME 4, NUMBER 21 Gators probation may drop UF out of UPI poII.16 Lombardi to decide on possible appeal UF President John Lombardi Said Monday the school will announce at noon today whether it will aeul an NCAA ruling that bars UF' football team from appearing In a bowl game this year. IF may attwwpt to get the ban on post-.ason play lifted by ryeq d a l ler lnaIy hAr the football .next two mtt nqd a~ Pnyas Sm OWA gate mtm mans im-a maui

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WHAT'S HAPPENING Italy: The Viva Italm Club will have an organizational meycElag today at 4 in Turlngto n Hall Room 2333 Call 392 3772 Amnesty The Amnesty Internatonal campus group meets tonight at 7 in Reitz U'mon Room 357 Call 371-9586 CISPLA: CISPIA meets tomght at I at the Methodist Stud nt Centcr. 1120 W Unversity Ave Call 373. 7639 or 375-6578 Mortar board. 'Ilk Mortar Board Senior Honor Society has a mandatorv meeting tonight at 6 in l ittle Hill Call Karen, 335-7621 Waterski: The C F Waterski Club mects tonight at 8 on the Orange & Brew patio. Call Mitt, 331452S CARIBSA: CARIBSA meets tonight at 7 in the Reitz Union Call Denise, 373-4286 Falling Geatos: The U F Falling Glitor Sprt Parachute Club meets tonight at 730 on the Orange & Brew patio Call Steve, 373 4247 NAACP: The NAACP Gator Chafl> ter will have an aiidemic survival seminar tonight at 7 30 at the Institute of black Culture Members of Beta Eta Sigma honor society will speak Call 377 8875 Social meet: 'ni H'rith Hillcl is having a social committee meeting today at 5 in the Hillel lounge, 16 NW 18th St. Call 372-2900 Open house: Maas Broihers/Jor dan Marsh and Burdmes will have in open house tonight at 7 in the Ar redondo Room of the Reitz Union Casual dress Call 392-7166. Heresto yourlihsalth:The Health Network Council meets today at S Im Reitz Union Room 123 for all presidents of health or health related clubs and organizations Call 3921665. Human factors: The Human FarWOULD YOU DRIVE A CAR WITH FAULTY BRAKES? 373-1234 3n 35413 1 ot 3 horauim 375-12341 Roses $1495/Doz %rw 2122 YW 3411, sir.t 41s 5rI. 336-1234 +*++ITH+O+T 1 DON'T GET CAUGHT PROTETIoN' CARRY THE STRONGEST CS *TEAR GAS SPRAY ON TH MARKET CALL l-. for immediate delivery lors so auly 'aud nt thipier met, today at 5 in Wiil Hall Rxii II> Call 372-0415 Journal: 1he Undergraduite Iour nil of the University of I lorida is accepting submissions in areas of fiction, pociry.photography.artamd non fiction now through Ottolber F? Submit queries to Little Haill Room 352. Call 334-8910 Christian science: The Christin Science Organization meets tonight at 7 in Reitz Union Room 334 Call bndsey.378-1784 Fk* rescueThe Gainesville Iire Rescue Association meets thursday evening at 7 30 at Fire Station No 2 2210 SW Archer Road Call Jet, 335-5528 Get tough: The bslhinryu Karate Club meetsevery Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon from 4 30 to G in the Women's Gym. 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TUESDAY. SEEMBER25, 1990.AILIGATOR3 Proposed fraternity alcohol policy under review By DEBBIE CENZIPER Anigator Staff Wnter The proposed "Bring Your Own Beer" fraternity alcohol policy, created this summer to appease insurance companies, is still under scrutiny from attorneys and police, a UF administrator said Monday The new policy would restrict Greeks from buying alcohol with fraternity money and allow only over-21 partiers to bnng their own beer, said Greek Affairs Assistant Dean Shelli Herman When fraternities bought beer with chapter money in the past, they violated insurance regulations and made UF responsible for lawsuits, she said Herman said she's hoping attorneys and police call review the policy quickly so UF and its fraternities can avoid liability Often, keg parties attract crowds of underage drinkers who can escape ID checks. UF could find itself in court if any of the parties lead to a mishap. "In any event, there's always a potential fora problem, but with thenew policy there's lessofa chance," said Herman, who said she received numerous calls fromchapteradvisers requesting information about the policy implementation Under the proposed rules, legal drinkers are limited to a six-pack of beer, which they must check in at the door in exchange for tokens The tokens can be redeemed. ie ata time, for the beers. Te new poly must be approved by the Interfraternity Council. Panhellenic Council and Student Services Dean James Scott Delta Chi treasurer Rich Vermut said the only beer in his fraternity bouse is bought privately by members and kept in their rooms He said the fraternity has stuck to this practice to meet its national policy, which restricts buying alcohol with chapter money. But if the BYOB policy is approved by UlP, he said, national officials also may agree to the policy "Our house has been forced to be dry," Vermut said '(BYOB) is what we really want so we in have alcohol again Lambda Chi Alpha Vice President -.rit I Delfs said their nationwide pyocy also sraui9 that no alcohol can be bought with a chapter's money If UFdecides to implement the BYOB policy, their national chapter may be convinced to change its rules, he said 'I think it's a really good idea." Dells said 'We've already been given hintsby nationals that they may change their minds Interfraternily Council members have been revamping the alcohol policy since Ils[ spring when UF officials first realized its 33 fraternities were violating insurance regulations every time alcohol was bought with chapter money SG Week features Cajunfest, concert By ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI Alligator Wnter Student Gove Awareness Week today with a volleyball tournamentI games, free hamburgers hi and soft drinks on the fre Reitz Union da North Lawn, theSGpublic th relations director said sh UF stu. pr dents will get thechance to ba become iner volved in the organization that collects at least semester from the full-time student. rnment kicks off he wee ghlight i e cOnce y at 7 p e UF Ba elf by th ogressi nd The eens. $57 each average SG originally scheduled theevent forSept. 1-8,but the murders of five college students forced the event back three weeks. SG has designated Sept. 25-29 to inform UP students about campus organizations. "SG can help make the university experience complete," Student Body k'sVice Pres dent Kevin s a M a y e u x said "We rt Frihave a pleth.m. at ora of areas for students ndto get in volved e M o r e re rock than 300 UF students alSmithready are active in 15 cabinets, the 80-memnher Student Senate and other divisions of SG, Cox said, "We want to help students better the university through Student Governsee Week, page 9 SG AWARENESS WEEK EVENTS TUESDAY-Free food and drinks, a volleyball tournament and games from 11-3 p.m. on the North lawn of the Reitz Union. KISS 105 will be there with the SG executive officers and directors. WEDNESDAY-Honor Court Awareness Day and Environmental Affairs Cabinet kick-off, information tables will be set up at Turlinglon Hall THURSDAY-Brain Brawl between SG and the administration. An organizational fair, co-sponsored by SG and Reitz Union Program Council, will have Information available on the North lawn about clubs on campus." Total Recall" will be shown in the 2nd floor cinema of JWRU at 7 and 9 p.m. FRDAY-7 p m free concert (open to the public) by The Smithereens, presented by SGP, will be held at the UF Bandshell, Flavet Field. SATURDAY-A Cajunfest at 7 p.m at Broward Beach following the Mississippi State game Free classes teach basic self-defense techniques By AMY K. WILES Alligator writer Several local karate groups are offering free self-defense classes to the public to pronote safety awareness In the wake of the murders of five college students. The classes, taught by the Gainesville School of Karate, the Florida Karate Center and the UF Cuong Nhu Karate Club, are designed to help make security-conscious decision, a regular part of peoples lives. Cory Schafer, a Wado-Kul karate instructtor and cro-owner of the Florida Karate Cen,ter, said he hopes the classes reduce the intimidation of learning a martial art and help women gain the confidence needed to deter a possible attack *I think just coming here made women feel better," Schafer said. 'They were taking action and earning effective skills they could use Immediately.' Kappa Alpha Thet, sorority co-sponsors the centers Women's Assault Prevention and Self-Defense Prgram, which teaches women basic defense techniques. No experience is necessary, and newcomers are welcome each week, Schafer said. "We teach three levels of self-defense" he said. 'The first and most important level is situational awareness. This means staying away from situations where an attack might occur. 'The second level is psychological. If (a woman) is in a situation where she is a potential target for an assault, an assertive attitude deters the attacker most of the time," The third level, physical, is the last line of defense, Schafer said. "7 don't want people getting a false sense ofconfidenceand going places theywouldn't ordinarily go at night," he said. "No matter what you lean physically, if you don't believe that you can make it work, then it's not going to work for you." Schafer and Cuong Nhu instructor Barry Crane said people usuallyjoin karate groups In September, so they didn't know if the murders have Influenced enrollment. Dick Foster, chief instructor at the Gainesville School of Karate, said attendance has been lower than expected, but predicted it will increase when more people find out about the program. "I don't know whether people thought there was some gimmick attached to the offer. but that's certainly not the case," Foster mid. The class is open to men and women and will be offered for at least eight more weeks. he said. Group instructors teach defense skills that require little or no previous karate experience. The Cuong N hu Karate Club's classes are free for all OF students, faculty and staff. UF freshman Steve Reisman said Cuong Nhu literally means "hard-soft" and is a useful style because it teaches both approaches to self-defense. Schafer said he thinks people who have considered taking a self-defense class at some point"have been pushed over the edge of indecision to action. "Some women have a negative perception of their ability to defend themselves." he said. "nese women just sit there and hope (an attack) won't happen to them. Well, the statistics prove otherwise, and I think they have realized that." UF student Jennifer Weise said she didn't have time to go to extra classes, but said it was a good idea to have them. "I think that for someone who feels insecure, the class would be great," Weise said. "I'd rather just take (the Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol) or not go out by myself at night." Schafer agrees that avoiding dangerous situations and going out in groups are in, portant in self-defense, but still recommends learning the physical skills 'The more people we can make feel like they're able to defend themselves, the better," he said. The classes are offered Mondays. 5:30 to 7-30 p.m at the Gainesville School of Karate; Tuesdays,Thursdays and Fridays, 5.30 to 7:00 p.m., with the Cuong Nhu Karate Club in the Florida Gym basement; and Friday from 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. at the Flonda Karate Center Instructors recommend people wear loose, comfortable clothing. Chipper 1 UF junior Brian Vogt practices his chip shot during golf class last Wednesday at the University Golf Course.

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4, ALItGATOR TUEiSDAY, SFPfEMBER !5. 1990 ELSEWHERE Treasurer warns of waning funds WASHINGTON (UPI) -Treasury Secretary Nicholas Brady, in a letter obtained Monday, warned the government could run out of money by Oct 4 unless Congress passes final legislation increasing the public debt limit to $3.509 trillion "I urge the Congress to act in a timely manner on a debt-limit increase in order to avert a default with its adverse consequences on domestic and international confidence and [rest in the United States," Brady said. He recommended the action be taken by next Tuesday. "in time for the Treasury to auction securities on Oct. 3 and settle them on Oct 4 Congress already passed temporary legislation increasing the debt limit to $3.195 trillion. but that ceiling will revert to about $3.123 trillion at midnight Oct. 2 unless a permanent measure is approved "Without an increase in the debt limit, all issuance of Treasury securities would cease," Brady said in the letter dated Sept. 21 and addressed to Sen Robert Dole of Kansas, the Senate Republican leader "Our estimates show that the government is likely to run out of cash and default on the government's obligations as early as Oct 4, although this event could occur as late as Oct. II," he said in the letter obtained by reporters. Brady cited "two factors that contribute to this unusually high degree of uncertainty" in the nation's cash reserve. I The timing of the capital needs of the Resolution Trust Corp., the federal agency charged with selling the assets of failed savings and loan institutions. I A change in the tax code that affects the timing of employer payments of withheld taxes to the Treasury Department Brady said that the increase in the debt limit to $3 509 trillion is about $30 billion higher than projected by the government in its midyear budget review but "should be sufficient to allow the govern meant to operate" until the end of fiscal 1991 Czechoslovakia still selling weapons PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia (UPI) -Czechoslovakia is still selling arms and military equipment to Libya, Iran, Ethiopia, Burma and other countries nearly nine months after President Vaclav Havel promised to halt arms sales, the newspaper Studentsky Lity said Monday The independent bn-weekly said contracts on further arms sales are pending with several other countnes, including a S300 million contract to sell 300 tanks to Iran. All arms trade with Iraq was stopped in accordance with the U N. embargo on Iraq Czechoslovak advisers run factories making spare parts for tanks, assembling armored personnel carriers and aircrafts, and making ammunition. Officials at Omnipol, the country's monopoly weapons trader, were unavailable for immediate comment "In spite of the justified reservations about a lack humanitarianism (of the sales), it is probably impossible to suddenly withdraw from multi-million con. tracts which de facto keep our not very strong economy above water," the newspaper wrote. Before the U.N. embargo, Czechoslovakia thisyear sold Iraq a forge for producing ammunition and a proposed licensed production of L-39 trainer aircraft and cooperation in tank production. Iran has a Czechoslovak factory for making shell casings, and the Czechoslovaks are trying to sell the Iranians a factory to produce L-39 jet airplanes, the article said. The L-39, ostensibly a training craft, can easily be converted into a combat role. In Libya, Czechoslovak experts supervise afactory making spare parts for tanks and armored personnel carriers, and a repair shop for the Czechoslovak-supplied 1.39 In Ethiopia, a small-arms ammunition factory, delivered on credit, is run by Czechoslovak advisers. "Future cooperation will be ...on a cash basis." the newspaper wrote. Syria, Afghanistan, Egypt, Nigeria, Burma and Pakistan are also still receiving Czechoslovak arms or have been offered proposals for future contracts, Studentske Listy said. The arms trade is a highly lucrative business for cash-strapped Czechoslovakia and was worth $850 million last year. Libya was the leading client forarms sales, butafter President Havel revealed the previous communist regime's sales of Semtex plastic explosive to Libya, the North African nation is expected to curtail its purchases from Czechoslovakia. India is the leading client for unassembled weapons. Some of the Libyan Semtex is believed to have found its way into the hands of the Irish Republican Army and other terrorist organizations, and Semtex was used to blow up a Pan Am flight over Lockerbie, Scotland in December 1988. Activists protest trial of museum, curator Comedy Ay "" Q"oe" 1 Has appe Dlale: Sal Comic Martin Lawrence ared on the Arsenio Hall Show and HBO urday Sept. 29 Co-aponsori Tie: 10pm Admission$3.00 CINCINNATI (UPI) -Homosexual activists held a "sex-in" outside the county courthouse at noon as an art museum and its director went on trial on obscenity charges for displaying photographs by Robert Mapplethorpe. The Contemporary Arts Center and directorDennis Barrie were indicted in April on charges of pandering obscenity and child pornography for showing the photographs. The trial, expected to last 10 days, involves seven of the 175 photos displayed at the gallery last spring. Five photos are of men engaged in homosexual acts and two are of children with their genitals displayed. Outside the courthouse, protesters marched, chanted and briefly blocked traffic by lying in the street and simulating sex acts "for everybody's enjoyment and outrages said Scott MacLarty, a member of the Gay and Lesbian March Activists. "We believe that (the indictments are) motivated by homophobia," he said, explaining the turnout by about 300 homosexuals and others opposed to what they mid was censorship. Cincinnati police Capt. Joe Koch aid officers decided against making arrests because "the crowd moved along." Inside the courtroom, the defense was dealt a setback as Municipal Judge David Albanese overruled a motion to have a mistrial declared, Defense lawyer Louis Sirkin said the prospective jurors had been contaminated by the flavor of questions posed by Prosecutor Frank Prouty, who frequently asked whether the potential jurors agreed or disagreed with laws on child pornography. Albanese also rejected a defense attempt to have prospective jurors limited to Cincinnati residents, rather than all of Hamilton County. Sirkin argued the "contemporary community standards" that should apply in the trial should be those of Cincinnati residents, but Albane. disagreed. Prouty questioned four men and four women out of a pool of 50 prospective jurors before adjourning for lunch. Among his questions to the panelists, Prouty asked whether they had ever been to an art gallery, seen Playboy or Peiu tlse magazines or donated money to arts organizations. He also repeatedly asked the prospective jurors if they believed a law should be upheld Mwhether the law Is good or bad." Carol Lippmann of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power accused Hamilton Sheriff Simon Lois and Judge Albanese of "using the Mapplethorpe trial to demonstrate their hatred of the gay and lesbian common ity." a U .F ~~"' ~ 'N

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CENTER from page 1 you're going to advise me, and I'll go with what you say Students paid for the center with money from the Capital Improvement Trust Fund, an account students pay into forever credit hour they take. CITF money has paid for several buildings on campus, including the Reitz Union and the O'Connell Center Money from the Activity and Service Fee, a $475 charge that is added to tuition for every credit hour students take, will go to pay for the recreation centers operating costs "Why should a college dean say how a student-paid facility should operate?" Mayeux said He said he doesn't want this center to fall into administrators' hands "The O'Connell Center was built with CITF money, and over the years students lost control over the facility," Mayeux said "We don't want the rec-fitness center to be another O'Connell Center Former Student Body President EdStales was involved in the recreation center'splannng and said he agrees that the charter should be amended to give students power in the center's operations Planning for the S3 5 million recreation center started three years ago 11e center is scheduled to open in May of 1991 The center will offer students. faculty and staff eight racquetball courts, two squash courts, two aerobic roorns, a weight room and a gymnasium. Bird said he's been involved in the facility's planning since the beginning, and he wants to be intimately involved in the facility's operation and still have student input. Because Student Governrit gives money to the center, it has power ov>er wh ib policies and procedures are rmph -iment Id Bird said But MLNeux said moeV i allitted durmg yearly budget ssions .rd itw pmblms1 could arise after the budget is pissed wheh would prohibit sG fromi working iun proo hems. Fitness center director I mvi Eiit es sodt one reason thecenmerieds an experienced 1JESDAY, SEEMBER 25. 99i, ALUGIcAR, 5 person as the main policy-maker is because of the liability involved with a place where students exercise 'fhe dean wants students to be very involved because student money built it and will contiue to operate it Bowles said [olicy tha he board (ollies tip with wrE1 be used 99 percent o the ime 'w drii nAil give them enough say" Miveux said the urrt mi barter tor the rocreauiron center is unlioir because students "") Ilvirv o ird are ipst givig ile-t o(loruons liti Ae Timakimg polo Cs or t ing the hudge In Tmy opim onh. the chartr was not w ii ten the best interest of the student bhdc MIyelix sild M-A Relish the Idea of better business? Get the Works with Alligator Advertising. -: '376-4482 * * *''*~,~*,' ~ ,Yj.,. ,'. * -.5,, *' AX Congratulates Our Newest Brothers Jay Horton Ed De Castro Lucien Campienello lohn Thordson Charles Pinkston German Lebedin Kevin Norr Jason Montes Todd Smith Welcome to the Bond Thanks for Hangin Tough The Organlatlonal Liaison and Public Relations Cabinets of Student Government present SG Awareness Week Tuesday Wed esday Thursday September 25, 1990 September 26, 1990 September 27, 1990 1larn-3pm Fim foodwtd Tinks l0onolpm Envirarnui Aldfaus 12plnpm Been Brawl Vtlyb Tounwnent Cabinet File Kick-off *'5 vs Adnnmnrno KISS 105K. Tlshu at GA 12pmn-4pm RUPC & SG JWRU NhLa', llar-2pm llmCour Orgpniuaa al Far-iWRU %iet SG Dirctrs & Awunras; Day North Lawn Executive ofent 'Tibles at GPA 7pm SG Movie Presenianon 7'3Dpn-l0m Open SaNnucoq 7prn9pn Woiervs Men" & JWRU 2nd floor CMrM IWRU *udtodum rRedwidowRno 9 3pm 'Total Recall *mat SO cnaru FREE to the punic Friday Saturday Saturday -Saturday September 25, 1900 September 29. 1990 September 29 -October 6 7pe-2.n The Smidnere. 7pn9p Cajunfiest p1sientd SGP iA Rioward Beach *UP Band Favet Fild following the Mssppi FRE alnd opne tha Seen funbel gnne People's Awarness Week pilici (I BUdInS and Maas BroThers /Jordan Marsh "Florida's Finest Retailers" invites you to an Open House Tuesday, September 25, 1990 7:00pm Arredondo Room Reitz Union University of Florida Find someone special. Advertise in "he Ailigoor clossifieds 373-FIND

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AI4GAfOR. 1UL S[OAY, SI'LtMHER 25. I990 OPINIONS Unnecessary cuts While we've always advocated saving money for emergencies, Student Government leaders have decided to boost their reserves the easy way -at the expense of an essential student group. When Campus Organized Against Rape officials requested to be supported by SG, Infirmary director Boyd Kellett magnanimously placed $24,000 from raised student health fees in an SG account to fund COAR. But after hostile debate, student senators chopped $6,000 from COAR's $22,600 budget request, saying that the group didn't need to pay its undergraduate rape educators. Student Body President Michael Browne justified the cut by saying COAR should act like every other student group and not expect to have paid undergraduates. COAR officials took whatever they could get and accepted the loss, grateful to finally be an independent stu. dent group. But what happened to the extra $6,000? At first, Browne came up with vague and confusing explanations -a trait common among expert administrators and student leaders. He called the extra money a gold mine in June and said last week it would be stashed in SG's reserves for future spending. While Browne seems dedicated to easing COAR's turbulent transition from the Infirmary to SG, picking apart COAR's budget was not the way to save money. COAR originally had four paid peer educators, students who were trained by therapists to give presentations about rape prevention. Stable jobs are crucial to COAR's soundness on campus. And after the fear caused by UFs recent outbreak of violence, COAR's importance should be taken even more seriously. Although we're not suggesting that SG leaders treat COAR as a delicate exception to other student groups, bending spending traditions sometimes to strengthen a much-needed organization is certainly a valiant idea. Browne should have allotted the money more thoughtfully and spent less time finding a way to pump up SG's reserves. And COAR leaders shouldn't sit back and accept the curve balls SG and the administration consistently have thrown at them since the organization's formation. Becoming a true student group doesn't mean COAR should suffer under the usual political double talk and typical SIG money games. COAR needs support and stability so it, in turn, can provide these things to students. Browne has promised to help them. let's hope he does. alliga or Judy Managing Editor M.D. Cumefla Editor A. Plunkett Opinions Editor Jacqueline Reulier Letters Pallk7 .a.s In the WWkr should "Mt .d 2 wads obatt one stiO pses. The .OeIs NN owd ad=fdl "W. "clo, stmw -tin ns Nrab wINb few ie u WIN WWI -all tre dwawu pass --o St 3754m be erg qAD GET B0C iiiM 1oPE~~E I --/ An execution in our crazy' world He knew he was going to die, yet he didn't seem to care. He was even happy. How can he not be scared, I said to myself. I know I was. But as prison officials strapped James William Hamblen into Florida's electric chair, he just smiled and stuck his tongue out to the witness mom where I was sitting. He said his last words, directed at his attorney sitting in the front row, "I blew it, I know. You're terrific OK" For about the 110th time I asked myself why I was doing this, and for the 110th time couldn't give myself an answer. At 7:08 a.m. Friday the state of Florida executed James William Hamblen. As 2,000 volts rushed through his body, I watched. iEEyfflSEIEE~lrlMfa1 Judges' beliefs are not the issue Editor: Your Sept 20 editorial showed that you misunderstand both constitutional law and the role of the judiciary. For Suprmne Court nominee David Souter to state that there is nothing "cruel and unusual"about the death penalty does not mean that a death penalty ban would be unconstitutional. Souter simply joins a near-unan.imous judicial consensus that says the death penalty is a matter for the states to decide, It is neither required nor forbidden. Souter is not at all inconsistent when he supports the cotsUti&.i*. yofcapitalpunishment, but Is not resolute as to the cobnseisflonal questions presented by abortion. While both subject. psse substantial moral, political, economic and social issues, the eosilttisonuJ Issuesharve been far room divisive on abortion than the death penalty. Constitutional issues are fundamentally questions of law, thus soute's confirmation proce should focus on law, not politics. Personal beliefs, while in. treating, should not be the matter of greatest concern. In accord with almost every other judge in America, Souter has so Reggie Grant C ONSIDER THIS I watched as his body convulsed and as smoke escaped through his pores. Four minutes later. Hamblen was pronounced dead. Witnesses began to file out of the room, kind of like the way people get up to leave after watching a movie. I sat there. I felt sad. He was where he wanted to go An eye for an eye. It's a crazy world. Reggie Grant is a UFfoumasm nueiorand afoirmer Alligator photo editor. stated that his judicial performance, i.e. his interpretation of the law. has been and will be distinct from his personal beliefs. Repeatedly, Supreme Court jutices have decided cases contrary to what they would have done if they were members of the legislative or executive branch. For example, Justice Hugo Black, a former Alabama senator and one-time Ku Klux Klan man, took manypro-civil rightsand other 'liberal" positions. Also, Justice Hanry Blackmun, the "iberal" author of Roev. Wade, upheld the death penalty. Even non-judges sometimes try to make this distinction between personal beliefs and governmental duties. Many politicians adopt the position of New York's Mario Cuomo: while they personally oppose abortion. politically they are prochoice. Souter must be evaluated by hi. honesty, diligence, intellect and judicial temperament. A Supreme Court nomination is not co.rn, parable to a political election, with litmus tests on specific issues. Such tests risk making our judges no different from the rest of govern. me"n" Would the Supreme Court then still be able, by force of argument alone, to apply the law even in the face of powerful opposition? Our court would really be just another Congress, oneappointed farife but probably sharing the same predilection for demagoguery and mediocrity as our real Congress. Some may, at times, like such a court, but it would not be what we need. notit W. Emerson at, professor ofkiiv law Nazis would not have liked Bork Editor: While I take exception to much of Judge Robert Bork's judcial phlosophy, [ found mot of his rarks to be thoughtul and witty For UF College Democrats President Daw Korea to state "the Nauiswouldhave loved this,*in the Sept. 21 item. of 77h Aligator, Is outrageous. It reflect. Mt Koren's Ignorance of politics and history. No, Ms. Korea, the Nazis wouldn't have liked Judge Bork's position one bit. Bork Insisted that people, not the Fhter, control the content of the laws under which they live Vicious, rhetoreud nme-calling is a poor iublhiute for constructive critichun, A.si Sew A UW odwgaon p t' at

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TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 19xj ALlGATXR 7 Research Funds Hit $182 Million Mark Outstanding Produced N UF rmxoize atd casons Servies 355 litp, Hall an a IV al usual id, sI files s0 coal municate ofial nbors &d ointanm nirnlmn la students faculty and slltt coil 392 0186 I. Inoromaipo Uman Is Interim Chair Of Electrical Engineering Dept. MARTIN HUMAN joined UF Faculty In 1971 Martin Unn, professor of electrical engineering, has been named interim aUp's Depuaten of Electrical Erngs effective immediately. succeeds Robert Sullivan, wh became dean of the Florida Institute of Technohogy's C of Engering .1L Uman isa renowned ex on ghtnsn. He has written five Cks on the subject as well as a book on lasma physics and almost 125 refereed journal pulications. He received his doctorate, master's and bachelor's degrees from Princeton Universy. After aduation he worked a an associate Uo r of electrical engineerliberaly of Arizona, Tucson. ln cm to Up In 1971 alter working asa fellow physicist at Wesdnafoss e Research fals in Pittsburgh. He is commitl.elef of Liig iProtection Inc, Tucon. Uman was named 1990 Florida Scientint of the Year by the Florida Acedem of Sciences. Honond as Up'. I Teacher-Scholar of the Year, he lsa fellow of the American Geophysical Union, Arnecan eeorological Society and institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Other awards include UP's Outstanding Service Award and Florida Blue Key tinguished Fa<y Award. Workshops Help Students Prepare for GRE, CLAST Up's Ea and Writing Center Is offering a, .=.Wtkn workshop on "p~reawiUfn r the GRE Eam" in October. firie led will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 1, 3, 5, 8 and 10. The wgie, will discuss tet sst r ,= t verbal end tative skills needed for the GRE a ofsr test oppwrtunkfes. Enirment is tedIn addition, a free workshog on "Writn the CLAST F will offered on rsay, 2 For mos mti and 10 fo both -he or call 3V UF Fac ulty UF received nearly $182 million in research grants for the The College 19f9-90 fiscal year, a 13-percent increase and a record for the state 39-percent mcr that puts UF among the top 25 research universities nationwide, was up 15 perc "I thought I might be going out on a limb when I mentioned ing came from $180 million as a goal earlier in the year," Donald Price, UF's several dozen vice president for research, said of the $181,758,913 total. "At dental proble this rate, it is entire possible we might break $200 million by UP faculty s the end of this fisc year." 1,326 of them UF's Health Science Center led the way with $57.5 million in "What that t f ants, followed by the Institute of Food and Agricultural because our s fences (IFAS) at $32.8 million and the College of Engineerng The universe at $27 million, according to Price, sing fees, inclu Price said the numbers for medical research wee encourage ducer, Gatoria ing because income from that area seemed to have leveled of% "We have s n recent years. and royalties o About 51 percent, or $93 million, of the money came from the from this area federal r-ment, followed by the state of Florida with 18 perects now und cent ani private industry with 7 percent. One example The Natonal Institutes of Health contributed $29.1 million and has been phen the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of duct is now b Agriculture added more than $7 million each. NASA'a 71 awards Price said th represent a 1%-percent increase over 1989, Price said, while the two months $2.7 million the space agency chipped in was 81 percent higher over the same than 1989. the federal bu Price said the university could lose most of the $9 million it later this tece got from the U.S Department of Defense under the Defense Ad'These reu vanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) program, which exat the state an pied this year. Some of the money can be recouped through universities ar spin-off ants because of the research and facilities developed face of budget with DADA support, he added. remain compe UF Division of Continuing Education Offers Enrichment Forum In October In October, the Division of Continuing Education will offer an "Enrichment Forum," a month-long series of evening classes open to the public and designed to provide insight and understanding to contemporary issues. Eight courss consistingof four sessions eachwabeing offered h th forum The cost for each course is and sesslons meet from 7 to 9 p.m. on the dates Indicated below. Deadline for course registration is Oct 1 For registration information, cal Connie Thurston at 392-2137. Course and instructors include the following. ALL ABOUT THE HUBBLE TELESCOPE-UF astronomy professor Robert Wilson explores the background, characterista expectations of the Hubble Telescope. Oct 1, 8, 15 and 22. LATIN AMERICA FACES THE NINEmS-T.,~, ~ydlrmtofLIP's. a jor changes faftLatin Amerian countrie in the 1990s. Oct. 8, 15, 22.and 29. OUR ENVIRONMENT: HOW SECURE IS fTl-Oct. 2: Up Center for Wetlands director Howard Odum discuses "The Economics of Ecology";. 9 nMatua .clnw Drfso[ne Criffin III discusses "Plats: A' in Nature's R"M ; Oct. 16:., Green, dfirecticr Centera fastron Ad Other AtmosphrcM cs ics. Our At ere Will Our Chidren's Dre. Code de Face Maks?" ; Oct. 23: Up jrzfesor of environmental engineer sciences Lamar Miller Waste: Everything's Gona Go Soomewhere." EASTERN BLOC NATIONS-UP politicam ea pa tM rio dkocusebswn pwe ta and ftare tr dn th imnwu t mM. Oct. 2, 9, 1 and23. ETHICS: CAN WE EVER GET I' RIGm117-John Jame, assate professor of management and coordinator of business ethics prams, examines ethical issues of the 19 .Oct. 3, 10, 17 and 24 INTERNATIONA LOOKING TOWARD tional economics Dinopoulis discusses in the 1990s. Oct. 3, L ECONOMICS: 11992-UF internaprofessor Elias international trade 10, 17 and 24 MIDDLE EAST IN CRISIS-UF political science professor and Middle East specialist Rene Lemaichand explores cur. rent developments in the Arab world. Oct. 4, 11, 1S and 25. ISSUES IN FLORIDA-Jon Mils director of UF's Center for Governmental Responsibility, explores Florida's health care, transportation, growth and water management. Oct. 4,11,18 and 25 from 6 to 8 p.m. Spring Application Date For Law Colege Changed fw students s noe that Sfw changed it ap-dealine fer -serie entry The new application dadline for the s=rng1992 entering class.a May 15, 1991. Applfins for spin entry must take the Law School A sn Test no later than th ra r 199 ad itratin For m ton, visit the College of Law's Admissions Office, 164 Holland Hall, or call 392-0421. SFor University News & Informatlio UNIVERSI The University of lbrda is as Equal Oppost ityIAffmahuw Action Institution UNI THIS WEEk CAMPO 4 TODAY SG AWARENESS WEEK EVENTSCelebration with freefood andgames, 11 a m. to 3 p.m., Reitz Union north lawn, open-to-publc Student Senate meeting, 730 pm., Reitz Union Auditorium. ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, "Diseases mi Human Evolution," by UF anthro departrmnit chairman and C r Armelagos, 4 p.m., 211 Hag. ANIMAL SCIENCE LECTURE, "Redgro Recommendations for Use in Re. placement Heifers, by UF animal science assistant professor Timoth Marshall, 4 p.m, 151 Anmal Science uildin FOOD SCIENCE SEMINAR, "911nical Research Center-Resources for Nutrition Research," Dr. Peter Stacpoole, director of UF's inical Research Center, and UF research dietitiamnan Alig, 4:05 p in, C086 McCt Hall. FLUTE RE ITAL by Up music departmenit graduate student Dawine Pitts, 8-15 p m 120 Music Building. WEDNESDAY AWARD NOMINATIONS DUE for People Awareness Week's Humanitarian Awards, Office for Student Services, 129 Tigert Hall, call 392-1261 for information GERMANIC LANGUAGE LECTURE, "The Role of Women in 15th Century German Literature,' (in English) by University of Arizona German language riessr Abrecht Chosen, 2p.m., 20 4 urlin on Hall. BO NY SEMINAR, "Plants and Grazers: The Importance of Deterrence," by Furman University biology professor A. Joe Pollard, 4 .m.,211 Bartram Hall. Up WOMEN'S STUDIES OPEN HOUSE, for Up faculty and students, 6.30 to 8 p.m., 121 Reitz Union, call 392-3365 for information. FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE LECTURE, "United States Energy Efficiency Policy: Strategy for the Future,' by Up industrial and system. engineering professor Barney Ca ehart, 8 p.m., Medical Sciences B= Auditorium. Credited of Dentistry received a record $5 1 Mohion, a ease over 1988-89, while the College of Medicine ent to $44.9 mdlion Much of the dentistry fundtwo program grants, Price said, which will fund projects in the areas of periodontal disease and ms of the aged ubmitted 2,058 new proposals during the year and were funded, a 64-percent success rate ells me ts that we need to submit more proposals, uccess rate is excellent," Price said. ty also took in $2 9 million in royalties and licending about $22 million from its most prolific proes lots of development in the area of licensing ver the past few years," PNice said, "and income could w significantly with some of the proj. er development" e is Pro-Bait, a synthetic saltwater fishing bait that omenally successful in test marketing The proeing sold in more than 900 stores in Florida Nearly $4 million Up has received in the first the 1990-91 fiscal year is a 30-percent Increase period last year, but he added that problems with dget could have a significant impact on funding I year Its sp ak well of our faculty's abili to compete d feral level," Price said 'We can sure other looking for ways to be more competitive in the cuts, but I have confidence our researchers will titive."

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8. ALIGATOR. TJFSDAY SEPTIMBER 25, 1990 UFs NON-CREoIT COURSES The University Enrichment Forum, sposorsd by UP. DOvision of Continuing Educitrwnil o or thtfolowing classes for I30 each, AL Anour ne Hue.s Tiuamn Oct 1. 8, 15. 22 LAbni AmansA in Conm Oct 8, 15.22, 29 Eates Stoc NATIo.s Oct. 2, 9,16. 23 Eric: Conn W. EA Ot IT Raos9? 00. 3.10,17, 24 tNMuAti.A Econeaowmi Oct 3, 10. 17, 24 Miacte EAst Ci Oct. 4,11,18. 25 OuR EnnnoNMN: How SEUEIt th? Oct.2,9.10, 23 Issues iN FionMA Oct 4, 11. 18, 24 Find someone special. sd Advertise in The Aflilgotofi classifiedsl .5 373-FIMD COURSES from page 1 Griffin will follow in the scenes with a lecture on plants and his travels and experiences exploring the Amazon River and the Andes Mountains. Green will discuss pollutants and their impact on society. He said he wants to reach concerned citizens willing to do more than just complain "My hope is to educate people that there are not only problems, but potential solutions as well," Green said. The session will conclude with Miller, a consultant on waste management, who will lecture on solid waste, hazardous control and ground water remediation. Another lecture series, taught by as. tronomy Professor R E Wilson, will focus on the Hubble Telescope Wilson's courses are Oct. 1. 8, 15 and 22 at 7 p.m. The sessions will include topics such OneFREE! Biy any Oiinal or Super Sub, get the second of equal or lesser value free with U.S UAIYSI purchase ftW medium drinks. &NM sYou'it gonna low e diferancol N as the reason for space observalion and what information can be gained from the Hubble, Wilson said. The other courses offered are. Issues in Floridaby former Florida Speaker of the House Jon Mills on Oct. 4, 11, 18 and 25 at 6 pm. Mills is also the director of the Center for Governmental Responsibility He will teach the course at the center, located at UFs College of Law IlEastern Bloc Nations by Professor James Morrison on Oct 2, 9, 16 and 23 at 7 p.m. Morrison will explore the background and future of the quickly changing communist world N Ethics: Can We Ever Get It Right? by business Professor John James on Oct 3,10, 17 and 24 at 7 p n James, the director of the ethical education program, will lecture on ethics questions in the 90s. I The Middle East Crisis with polit.Plan ity Ave. I 1ril I E scal science Professor Rene LeMarchand on Oct. 4, 11, 18 and 25 at 7 pm. eMarchand willfocus onconfictsand issues in the Middle East. 5 International Economics will he taught by economics Professor ELhas Dinopolis on Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24 at 7 p In N Latin America in Crisis will be taught by Professor Terry McCoy on Oct. 8. 15, 22 and 29 at 7 p.m McCoy is the director of UFs Center for latn American Studies. This is the second session of the pro gram, which issponsored by the Division of Continuing Education Though it was initially geared at older, retired people, the forum has been successful in attracting all kinds of people said program coordinator Connie Thur stone For information on the frm contact the Division of Continuing Education at 392-2137. VISIT a IN'D. 716 N. MAIN 376-9041 HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AND FURNITURE AT AFFORDABLE PRICES "GOODWItL A CUSTOMERFRIENDLY STORE' I Ofu"""" odSS'.kudC.m ord o ,.,., L mo ------h.2ier

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WEEK from page 3 meant Cox said. Starting at 11 a.m., KISS 105 will broadcast live from the North Lawn. The week's highlight is a free concert Friday at 7 p.m. at the UF Bandshell by the progressive rock band The Smithereens. Student Government Productions -SG's Other activities include an or ganizational fair Tursday on the North Lawn where students can concert producing arm -will pay learn about a wide variety of UF 814.000 for the group Students interested in how SG works can attend the open Senate meeting at 7'30 p.m. in the Reitz Union Auditorium. clubs, Cox said. "Students can get information about anything." Cox sad Students can see a free movie Thursday at 7 p Ed and 9:30 p rt 'Total Recall" will play at th. Reitz Umon cinema located on the second floor The week ends Saturday with a Cajunfest, featuring gunbo, red beans and rice and crawfish at 7 p.m. at Broward Beach, following the UF.Mississippi State football SG is sponsoring about $7,X)0 worth of activities, Mayeux said Donations from private sources will defer most of the cost, with SG only having to pay $1,500 "We want every student in the university to have a chance to get involved," Mayeux said Gainesville sharks check out The Alligator for eating places. Display Advertising 376 4482 French Addiction Lingerie boutique SALE SEXY LINGERIE' FAC7OM DIRECT WAREHOUSE OUTLIT FUONS -FRAMES A ACCESSORIES 8 cost university 375-3185 FALL SEMESER EVQ#f t, YEAR FALL & ec B: SPRING 536 SW 2nd Ave $W~ 372-78?6 sa's PAWN a cuN Low Rates .Best Terms We Specialize in Student Loans 111 NW 6th St 373-5655 S "Gator Getaway" articles pertaining pl aces to visit guide to over 49,000 readers to plan their Don't be left behind -Advertise! -Cycle Shops Hair Salons Car Rentals Pharmacies Car Repairs Grocery Stores Travel Agencies Clothing Stores Deadline: Tuesday, October 2, 1990 Run Date: Tuesday, October 9, 1990 alit ator will feature to advertise ments and exciting as a getaways. Sporting Good Stores Photo Stores Specialty Baskets Music/Stereo Shops ADVERTISING 376-4482 i FREE % 1 HOUR OF P L C IFRI only AI a a I Any Lunch Special $Sloff I modonly TU.S i iUW.USVu.ASIUZN16 I Attention Students. Tune mnto TV 69 (UHF) Best n artnran '-acryLon for erJe O 407NT0l155 entertaining, within Florida. relaxing or The section will act p Z sil $ g g @ co

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FIND IT. 373-FIND Ilgator lassifieds FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED Walk to UP corner room W/ sink ch/ac share kit & baths 1I751O iMcI uil wshtidry prefer male students 378 8122 or 376 6052 10-2 10 1 Housing Available1 lk to U coed co op. all util paid inc c, 0 meals weekly arkng. laundry, $210 per mo C LO 117 NW 15th St 377 4269 12 14 62-1 Sublease Oakbrook Walk, 1bdr of 2bdr apt 3rd floor, wash/dry, $380/mo, musi be male. call Jell 335 2003 10 8 10 1 For rent turn apt, extra large W/own room, near Shanda + UF, share til, call 3368415 9-26 2 1 FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Walk to Santa FE CC I BDR $270 $280 BDR336 NEW Townhouse $440 S.c Pius LMR Pool laundry, nocalsordogs Santa Fe Trace Apis 378-1190 12 14 76 2 Oak Glade Apis near UP & VA quiet asherxdryor aVlable im most units for $20 mo Cats Allowed 18 29 1 A 2 Bath $250 $375 sec & imr 372 6422 12 14 76 2 INCREDIBLE Efficiency Apt, Starting al $13 Starting at $235 1 2 Bedroom MEADOWCREST 1In NW 39th Ave 378-3988 375-3861 2 4 76 2 Check Out New Specis All Arnsnltle.s Available FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Roommates Available Were No I REGENCY OAKS 378 5160 3230 SW Archer Road COUNTRY GARDENS 373-4500 2001 SW 16th Street 12-14 75-2 SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM APT ONLY $273/MO LYONS APT 4000 SW 20TH AV 3774797 12 14 76 2 ALOHA GARDEN APTS 1-2-3 bra. gar den setting, near Shards & shopping flexible lease, 3301 SW Archer Rd 377 0555 9-28-12-2 ROCKWOOO VILLAS 2 bdr/2ba w/sludy end unit, blinds $575'mo Call 335 2703 9-26-10-2 1 bed apt. furi or unfurn, WILL LIAMSBURG VILLAGE, 376 1253 10 12 19-2 A*Apartment near Shads, recently renovated, 2 bedroom, private backyard, III month + damage deposit Call 336 4575 or 372-2959 10-2-11 2 Duplex api for rent 1 br I kit bath ac/heal 3blks from UF, I blk oil Univ Ave $250 monthly plus security A frame also. call 3301839 9-27-7 2 No Parking hassle Iabk from UF, I bdr fully equipped. modern apt Frazer House Apts 372-0522 0-28--2 Sept FREE IBR apt Oc Dec $250imo Near UF/Butler Plaza Renewable lease 334-5639 avenos 9-25-4 2 2 weekS free Studio $219 $222 NW Th Ave Walk 10 UF College Park Properties 371 7777 9-26-5 2 2 spaciou. 2 bdr, Mw area, avail, mmed IV message, 378-4060 9-28-5-2 FOR RENT: UNFURN. 2 weeks free Villager West central i, quiet CuL-d-s ac Take NW Sth Street from 16M Ave 371-7777 9-26 5-2 Oak Forest spacious Ibdr/Ib Pool, ten nes volleyball & basketball courts, sauna, laundry on promises Securily a pet deposit paid $385/mo Subiet til May 392 6493 day or 335 6270 ve 9 28-7 2 2 bedrm Apt enclosed porch new carper d w plans 5375, I bedrm Api walk'r I kin closel, fans S275. Both wi Ceniral H/A, water included SW VILLAS 373 0701 10 k11 2 AFFORDABLE/Luxury/Security Custom iron sec doors/wndws SW 1A2 bra, chandelier., ceil Ins, micro. sensorlite patio, privacy finc From $240 331209 9-28-5-2 SECURE 2bri Sba condo near iS Pool. laundry turn available Asking $400 per mot/neg 392-5910 day or 378-4511 eve 9 28 5-2 COUNTRY LIVING-Ier 34 S1 Plaza 2BR dupleV quiet wooded area, cent1 air, pets Ok $285 MILL RUN Spacious Townhouse 2BR 2 SEA pool. cent air, tans, deck, new paint, near Mail and UP $450 SOUTHFORK OaS-28R 2 A Townhouse, dishwasher, pool, hookups, inc some utilities $450 TOWNHOUSE off of 20 Ave 28A 1 SIRA Cent Air dishwasher, hookup $325 KEY MANAGEMENT 372-3060 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE Beast rental value Mobile homes or los Will lake long-term travel trailers Some good mob homes for sale Pool, quiet Arredondo Farms MobIle Home Park 3789291 12-t4-63-3 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT. No deposit Sept free, one br be in he beautiful Woods Apt Leave message at 336-4115 or 335-0629 9-25-5-4 Large I bdr/ Iba. cent heatair, or private, locked courtyard, dishwsh, waeh/dry, close to VA, Shands and Vet school, leave message 375-7596 9-255-4Studio For Rent 245 a monih + uil and oe week free rent Just 4 blocks north of UF Call 378-1675 0-27-5-4 *Subleasernshd studio across from UF All alrl pd in ac pool, prk. Indry. 290/mo Call Paul 376-1715 or (813)9777426 0-27-5-4 t bdrm, furnished apt, in Pine Rush Biking dislance ra FromF $200 mo lease (orig $279) 3 mo lease and has /C Must lease Call 334-6748 or Ive Ms0o 9-27-4-4 1 bdr Turn apt, I blk to UF. close to Holdy inn, cent air/heat. pet ok. avail now until Ian, .$245/Mo, tlil tree, call 373-7666 9-28-3-4 Subliase-very le to campus N W aide I bdr $265/water included Call 3347426 10-1-5.4 ibdr/l be api, safe area, close to campus, $245mo, Sept Iree, call 335-3861 after 1pm 9-28-4-4 Sublease-Walk to Campus, Clean furrushed studio, next to pool A laundry $250/month Sept Free 371-0382eave message 10-1-5-4 S ROOMMATES F N/S own bdribath. $240/mo + 1/2 Utld. call 375-0466. IV message 9-28135 A serious male student for large 7 bedroom upstairs apt $160/mo 17 utIl + lease No pets 161 NW 3rd Ave 495024 9-20-tO 5 3 M/F roommates needed for own room in 2 luxury optis only $175 mo ut pets okay, flexible lease, 1/2 mile to campus 376 1602 9 26-10-5 TREEHCUSE VILLAGE Roommates available Reserve your room for fall Bus service to UF and SFCC Furn or unfurn 8175-1250 per roommate/month Z Pro* Mgni Inc Reailer 375-0207 N/S F to rent own rm/blh in 2 story ap at Greenwich Green 8233 mo + 13 utilities Call 335-310 10-i 5-20 $ M rmmt needed for own bdrm In s3r 2ba apt, own bathroom $S18/mo plus 13 utilities In Park Place call 335 1985 lor info 9-25-5-5 SEAGLE BLDG luxury condo, miell mu own br/be Sept tee near campus, security. view of city Cell Mot 374-4309 RockwoodVilles -Mrminteededforown fully turn br/ba Nice 3b,/3ba condo wih amenitles $225/mo Call Dan 336-9332 9-28-5-5 F roommala, &at. A secure beautiful condo In NW ares Close to IF A SFCC $250 pays all, $150 security dep Call 376-5297 or 013-956 1559 10-2 10-5 Need 1 fem roommate to share room. $ISOM o1/3 util Close to campus Call 375-8301 9-26-5 5 Wanted rinl for br/1ba m/I s/na 150 + 112 utility in, Lyons Pets ok with 550 no refund Call 335-5336 IV mpg after 6 926-5-5 1 F ns needed for own br/ba In 2br/2 S be a THE GARDENS $232/mo + 112 uti Call Heather Nl 332 3354 0-26-5-5 Female n/s needed for own bdr/ba in a brand new mobile home Washer/dryer. pote negotiable(muat like dogs) 8175mo 1/2 Putl Call Kathy 375-8460 9 26.5.5 NorI fun share *emi-turn 2828 with me and my protective dog Celllateardkeep trying 10250 + 1/2 uil 376-1122 9-27-55 ROCKWOOD VILLAS Rntes or 4 Sale. Lux 3M/3ba in secure area. Neat + N/S. For info call 335 9124 or 1-800-537-0500 9-28-55 N/S M rmmt to share 2bdr/2ba apt, own bdr/ba, 6250/mo + 1/2 PtIJ, near campus Located &I Oxford Manor Call 375-6326 9-28-5-5 Wanted N/S M to share room in 3bdr/3ba in ROCKWOOD l45/mo + 1/5 utilities Call 335-8242 10--10-5 F n/t or own room in 3d/a safe. large apt S1Imo1f/3util, Can't mind targe. wetl-frained dog 373-7291 Iv mass to. 2 rmMs needed to share extra large turn apt no deposit, share uld, call 336-6415 or 336-9539 v, message 0-26-2-S 6 FOR SALE TYPESETTERVarityper 5410 2 Disk drives, 2 film cassettes. 2 film cannisters Factory recondillon d, unused in past 2 yr Perfect for amall typeiellng joba Good machine tor small type shop Sys teN includes 3 rolia in AC FiRM a 6 foni disks 83.500 080 Call The Alligator at 373Un lorm O info. Alpine. Kerwead, Sony and 30 mere brandS are all at aurNm Leeotioni Cat StereO SpSalalista S21 NW 13 S. 3720Mh. 12-14-76.* Classifications 1 For Rent -Furnished 2 For Rent -Unfurnished 3 11b11 Homes For Rent/kSel 4 Sublease House/Apt. 5 Roommates 6 For Sale 7 Real Estate 8 motorcycles 9 Autos 10 Wonted 11 Services 12 Typig Services 13 Help Wanted 14 Business Personals 1i Personals 16 Connections 17 NPIces 18 Rides 19 Pets 20 Lost & Found J When will your ad run? Classifieds will begin TWO DAYS after they are placed Ads mailed in or placed at the Union or Shands may take THREE days to appear Ads may run for any length ol time and be cancelled at any tim, Sorry, but there Can be no refunds for cancelled ads FOR SALE MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376-1146 Editor's choice -Hewlett Packard OH Northgate Price lower than maiorder. Systems below include 1mb, 40mb (2Brne) Harddisk, graphics monitor MC 216/12 -$1195. MC 3S8sx -$1370, Northgate 386/20 -$2399. Leading Edge laptop W/40 MB hd A battery -$2395 1a 2 year warranties. Onsite warranties Panasonic 1100 printer -$105, HP Laser Jet ip -$1040 3743 W Universily Ave 12-14-76-6 Crimestopper Car Alarma, K-40 Radar Oeteesors, Infinity, Sansul, Sony, OrIon, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. We Best All PrIfec 173-3764. 12-14-766 U How to place a classified ad: Pro Aligalor Office 105 W University Ave M F Sam 4pm Main Bookstore Hub Customer Service Desk M F8am 430pm Reatz unoon Cashier s Office MA F 9 am 9pm Sal S Sun Closed Medical Bookstore Shands M F 0 am 4 30 pm By Mall: Use forms appearing weekly In the Alligator Sorry no cash by mal MC VISA or checks only By Phone 373-FIND. Payment by VISA or Mastercard ONLY Five dollar minimum M F830 4pm U How to correct or cancelyourad: Cancellations Cali373FINDMon Fri 4 4pm No refunds can be given Alligator errors: Chock your ad the FIRST day 'I runs Cali 373 FIND wilh any corrections 0e fore noon T HE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor reed ads will be extended one day No refunds or credits can be given aler plig Me ad Changes called in aller the first day will not be compensated Customer error or chang.: Corrections Mus be made in person at The Alligator office BEFORE NOON There will e a $2 0 correction tee FOR SALE BEDS BEDS SEDS NEW FURNITURE USED Lowest Discount Pricte Ouma. DIscount 1421 NE Bel Ave. 3774422 ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering Harman Karden. Autotek JBL, Toshiba, Crunch. Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar125 NW 23 Ave 37*-4378. 12-14-79-6 DISCOUNT HI-Fl 722 S. Main TONS Red Bldg WE ARE CHEAPER CAR ALARMS Installed remote control any car truck or van fully guaranteed willI dme Call 336-9193 student lv message 10-19-38-6 ml 'VISA -j 6 El

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FOR SALE 2 bicycles 10 speeds Raleigh Capri $50 flianchi $150 Also, Harmony bass gtar w amp $150 Call TIM 373 3190 9 25 5 6 WANTED BASEBALL CARDS Top $ Paidr Also 10 speed bike for sale $80 Call Jeff @ 334 8503 0-26 6-6 CD S FOR SALE $10 All Kinds Bul Hully Only a limited supply Also Fosgaie car amp /aubs Call Jeff 334 0503 9 26 6 6 Yamaha FG 400a accuse guitar *t strap soflishell case $180.CD slereo camp y, used Sharp dx 660 $180.cy cing helm-$20"clp orI fan $7"85 bik Tomos moped $300''all og call 336 85051 9 26 5 6 D BASS car stereo Specialist Warehouse direct *al* on all Car audio *quipmenlr Gamledvill students 25% ofI salashmrtal sAtons D-BASS 4504 SW pth Ave GVlie FL 3260S 9 28-206 Safari Audo is Gainesvilles newest & finest if car audio. cellular & security Custom installation & repair 336-1128 9.27 10Custom Compurers 286-12 $ 1000, 286 20 $1h00. dalx $1200, all with 1 mega ram, 40 meg hard drve. monitor I yr wrty 332 8333 9-20-810I About newspapers: FUTONS & FRAMES Many styles A mode's from orly 200 se CoVers also Ca'l Malt 377 2110 10 5 156 2400 BD MODEM $98 WORD PERFECT $135 CALL ELITE 335-1300. 11-1 336 *P''IRMieYr RUGS AND CARPETS Afltordatbe rem nans or your dorm or apartment We deliver' fays Rugs 535 SW 4th Ae 377-5285 S6 locks E of campus 10 16 21-6 1973 Eagle bus selia #8997 Entertainer conversion No better to eniran at The games Most see Call Ben Reed 1 000 356 6610 10 3 10 6 KING WATE ABED semi waveless 3 months Old DELUXE white padding GORGEOUS Best Jewelry and Loan 371 4367 9 25-5 6 "A good newspaper, I rrI_:supposek is a nation r Al.f~ W.a~z .--* %;~~~~ "IA TI *Ii -i -A& .1fi --I I rI .le ..Ilr 0pb ~ YAMAHA FUaNI ARLL Per'eo Cao Cn yrs old $60 3/6 18 0 al' r 4 Un' '1 L5 3 6 MENS 10 sad c moly lame shmaino CAE a:um I MS & LosS 135 flm 30x4' OialrINg a w A ta 377 02 16 11 ins "5S36 Cioson Los Paul 0ioCliC of,0 or months old Pay Sudo Po 60 wa amp A Ma' shall lead 12 waTr amp Crybaby Wa" pedal Comes w hard case Askirg 3750 1591 2932 Ben 925 36 M ar 16 charel gear o 1 Se hands o ecording Ca I 'or more i'"O $800 neg 33' 1428 9 26 4 6 2 1 month old mouan A kes $300 each fhEvi eb o Ahardrockw th U locks Cal 377 366 1 nor home 'tave message oal 9 27 56 SALE All guitars 50% al l Gibsort Les Paul $240 Fender Strat w;case $399 Takearmmi, classic $149 Alvarez Acoustic $119 Buy used-SAVE BIG' Gold Standard 377-2646 FOR SALE MCS 65 ,crId-Ie red $I" To s ICard Q a ?, $50 M Trow,. $10 Al S firm Call Andy 3t4 i6S hve mass 9 26 3 A FOR SALE Slu Ows ChaI A ar's Ke So Sells mongetcorsel' or secilly LST a, f%,o school 0T1 913 825 2457 9 28 5 6 55 galOnr slow Qarsim w a'' aires sor'es $150 1v message I 96 1931a 9 26 3 6 WATERED Shoe' sairle Poxl (OnrI Brand new maress and Ir i I o Cl' Includes hearo' $100 0oo Ca Kir 315 06T0 9 26 3 6 Commodore 128 epaded o0 ad' drve Couse 6k pnter imerace IV aeOS Programs Vo!ca maser ndI' o software w'11 separate $475 Ta 37, 6547 92856 * PINBALL * JUNGLE LOl) II $470 335 1218 After 5 00PM '36 CENTURION l988 I A Shrman 10s ao and .I 1 bars Ter cond 3 n 0'06g $350 OBO 9 2? 3 6 Sol 0.> C OO Good a I "d'nmapoom Corn 5*2O 331 V 2' FOR SALE FOR SALE M a Getting anto the right Law School takes getng a high score on the new LSAT and knwmghow to mster the mmcaaa oftheappictaon process That'swhy StanklyH.KaplancreatedtheLatwSchool Se Mlr W T26 7:35M So serve your sea soday And discover how ouradvancedteacr= ng methods and 50 yas of expenence can help you plan the nea thrieyeas of your We CALL DAYS, EVENINGS, AND WEEKENDS 377-0014 Coepoaoredey The lre-Lo I Ho Socety and PIAlphaDelM SUIN1AN LOCANeN: 5U YIjNVI HALL 1011 11.00 JSTANLEY Hl.KAPLAN STUDENT GOVERNMENT Is Accepting Applications fl -Chairman of Student Government Productionc -Chairman of Accent Lobby Director Deadline. Wednesday. Septembu Apply: 305 J Wayre Reitz Unlor NOTICE to all STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS All requests for Budgets for fiscal vet 1991-92 must be submitted to thi Office of the Treasurer no later thar, Friday, September 28, 1990 For more info call SIG. at 392-1623 Funded by Student Government 7 REAL ESTATE TI id, payme no 10 r I t 1.0 IT0 If ( I O,s Ma': "ara :or V, yII I f I III. Iy pooch Ca 4 T 1 5 / ) 8 MOTORCYCLES MOPEI FIr FaI' [)a e I v., la "It ik I I, I I Al 1, A or K i I I I L I I1 A I Ya 1 /3A0 .It i T 1 1. 1x 11 i V' y I I T f I Or I A. Y ow CI $%rC IO II 931 9A I' I Ho 0 .A I 28UU -, t m S, role r1o">' 1 z A .I N ~ is ad r A00 I ,w Q Be flI f --Lf 4* 0 1 1 9 AUTOS 2 w e lsoz I mar, .Ask '0' L Cy off,' '0" 1" 9 90 Cold I scor Cr AI 1if IT AM fills'e P 1 a It A II' ad Asking 3?Soboo Cal -,00 71 Dais., Pl0 Si or T O ni ck and oi of I .S 203 -a A c, 312 1s18 9 26 3 9 ClassIfileds. Continued on next page NATIONAL CLASSICS HONOR SOCIETY FALL INITIATION WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 1990 8:00 PM Anyone interested in Classcal languages or cliVltzation le fO(Y stop by the Classics depnrtrn-L, 4 Daew'r HIT ) for rITc Infor ma ton 376-6681 Old members welcome and nourojed td IS at t 1Th-G

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J2.ALJGA'RU, TUESDAY.SEFTEMBER25, I99 AUTOS 77 Buick Skylark PS PB. cruise Runs very well EIn rebuilt two years ago Must salt by Friday Asking S795 Call 371 7014 and have 8 Student 9 25 3 ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES, low payments fast drive thlu service so habla Espanol 377 22Z7 377 CARS WE CARE 10 4 10 9 MAZDA GIC WAGON AM FM E cel Cond vice Pec 5 0?O 336 81 Aulo A Full Main t533 9 2/ C PB' A Ser 5 q TAKE OVE R PAYMENTS 250 00 no -990 Daihals, Rocky 4X4 Removable si rool and back r' ac wit oav for hail 332 9972 89hONDA C ina1chbakSr a c Pioneer sTereo power sinrool ,ew rs int mals 38000 mFi $8500 or reasonable off 3351142 9 26 2 9 IS IT TRUE Jeep fort $S4 4 houi Fne U S Gov1 Cail br lcs 504 69 5/ ICS 31 15 9 25 19 Sqima Tau ACROSS Banquet Historic periods Bachelor party Authur Loos Musical passage A Turner Fort Knox. for one 19 City in the Truckee 20 Long march 21 Come in last 22 Cover girl 23 Plant disease 25 Wedding gown feature 27 Advantage 29 -Love Song 32 In front 3 Eros anagram 38 Landed 40 Naval ship 42 Porch 44 Cut short 45 Equipment 47 German seaport on the EMs 48 Memorable hostess Perle 50 Allows 52 -wave 54 Boot nation 58 Asctain 61 Easy side 63 Another 36 Across 65 Powder and Srt for short 60 Go-getter Oa Straw in the 6, One gain 70 Ruhr city, 71 Told all 72 Gets married 73 Smallest DoWN Speedy -nous Broadcast Feed a fire Summer color Repeat Barnyard strutter 8 Felix or L 9 Morose 10 Use force ay 11 Equal 12 British princess 13 Wilde's was Reading 18 Elated 22 Farrow of films 24 Middi Comb form 26 28 30 31 32 33 34 35 37 39 41 Church area Skirt inset When I was Riviera resort Perform Damage Part of HOMES Man on the mon To be, in Paris Half score Mild oath AUTOS *Attention* Audi 4000s For Sale Mini ConditionI 1984 Asking 52500 wIll nego liste Cal Cheryl at 377 3074 after 5 9 2 4 9 t989 Honda Prelude ops pb 5spd power window cruise sunrooF stereo cassette 13k miles $13050 call Bobby at 335 6389 Iva message 08 0 9 81 Nissan Maim& 4dr ac, poel win doe suruol immac engie. luel in jecied V6 performance $2000 RO 375 7538 steer 5 10 9 1968 Cadillac convertible new 1ransmis Sich good interior, runs good needs some body work $1750. call Don alter 5 @ 373 9535 9 28 5 9 DEPENDABLE HONDA Civic for $1000 1903 arc, 4spd runs well Sail Ii a good deal Kevin 335 mea '0-5 10 9 Sigma a Chemistry, Calculus, or Computers weighing you down' ITT offers FREE personalized tutoring In a wide variety of classes Come by our office to sign-up at 358 Little Hall, cubicle 2 Our goal is to help you' You need to make the first move only Must 7986 Take ten Permitted -Pan Alley Stadium section Unaccompanied Came up Jerk Affirmative words So Vlentiane s country 59 Madam. Bovary 80 So be al 52 Sunday seats 64 Forwarded S ndoa fioot 67 Chop ANSWER TO PREla IJULE: infrinn no I MINI/g I AUTOS Fix-., up special 06 Old. 4 dr 5-opd stick Calais Runs groat buI needs glass and pain work S1 500 him Ca!I 3714007 9 25 2 9 10 WANTED Local ArIsl needs GOLD Gems. Class Rings ETC Top $ ornfade Ozzies Fine Jewelry 373 9243 12147610 PERSONAL TRAINER UF Grad with Excr Cise Sc degree Will advise and a n Workouts 515 programs designed $20 50 Call Paul at 370 1359 9 25-5 1 Have cash need mAlrcycle up to 550 cc No i nTeresled in two strokes or d.rt bikes Call SIephanie 373 0016 9 26 510 4 TENN. TIX. WANTED Call 335 3556o374 4093 9-20 5 10 WANTED WANTED AUBURN TIX Need 2' Call Chris or Eric 335 9225 IV msg Lincoln Coid.ertal 4 dr 7975 or lhore abours for half hour phooarapho Will pay call 375 0710 9 26 5 10 WANTED [ix tor LSU Cci 6) call 377 6397ask'eor mess 926 3-10 Need 4 ix 10 L SU game 373 7028 eves 9 28 5 10 Wanted MIssissipp. State tickels Ca 374 4633, ask to, Jimo Try 9 27 4 10 Wanted 3 T.kets for SU game Call 375 2980 {patrcia Or 378 0521 (Bob 9 28 4 10 3Ml'ssPil State Ilx lpay $$ 375 3198 V 28 4-10 AL an u.y' "Ou vo,. wa. poswilP Ty kwl NO OU MYl r AT --0 w c e 'iA MMp IT raL"f. DV-1 *A { '. 11 SERVICES NW Mini storage at 175 A NW 39th Ave near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 10 10 x 20 from $20,10% disc to students 332-*917 1214 75.11 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE Get conlidenal esliro and treatment at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881 12 14_78 11 ** GATOR MOVING ** Full/SerY Mov/Storag*/Pscking 1 ilemr/Hi Ful Days/Eves Long dus ctn. Harry/Sill 374 4791 12-1476 1 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM les sons boarding woodier hacltis hay rides parties Sales working students accepted 4683224. 375 8080 12 14-7611 Problems in Math? Then call Greg a 377 9 8308 Professional Tutoring offered al only $12 per hour 925 10411 Sy*"''"tt by pablo flP CC E E i BU OU a aCrzf 9 The Sound & The Furry P'alr GFF E firs 'TILL T-hiEYAM. C Gimble 1i HtIE THE Tum Flu ZWLL ON01 A ZTPF Jimmy Chin I'M CLVE-M A THEIR RT PA. h/t A EICTCIVE HOA COOL PLEDGE? H O4NES IF, -'A. L. Graber f. ] DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by Trnde Michel Jaffe 1 6 10 14 15 I 2 3 4 5 snipzm? call -M-M-2124, UL U 95s/n*a.I Tivli0g o I W TKADI PL" rr AOW A PIIKA NWr-rc tAUSO~~ MMF ikilMON rAISLO KEEP AN 0fE HIND1 14 1gd ACTUAIs LIKE 114E 1E19*M6NN4 sulle a orse. Mer d Mau

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TJESDAY,SEPTEMBER25, IS0,A.GATOR 13 SERVICES SERVICES SERVICES 373-FIND Buy IT. SELL 1. NND IT. Alligator Claniheds allow products, rorvices, jobs, etc to be listed in a drectoryR to make it easier for readers to find your ad A simple form explains t stp-by-step maner in which to place an ad and will help you dermine t cost Our Classited Advirbsng staft will be happy to advise you Alligator Classifieds may be placed In a number of ways: I It you haw a valid Mastercard or Visa, you can place. your ad by Wbmphooing 373-FIND between 800 and 400pm 2 You can mail your Alligator Classihed form (with check, money order or MascardMsa informalion -no call please) to Alligator Clssifleds PO Box 14257 GaInnevill, Ft. 32604 3 You Oa place your ad in person by coning to our office at 1105 W Univrulty Ave., between 8an and 4 pm, weekdays Our trained, friendIy safewI be gad o help you wt your ad 4 You aon plae your ad in W o at oe of The Alligator convenient r.y or loemdn. ONCMM LOCATiN: Loah. Man ScotWre, Hub Medical Bokslors, gands RMlWt Union. CahIer's Ofio. M-F 8 am -4 pm Sam-4pm M -F 9 em -9 pan St AS Sun Closed Plas. use this form I place Aigator ClasSleds. Pleas lollow hrn hbauocs .ance. BeOS to WorylIng yu with to say. A."st for chage. aOW of ad has bsen ordered dw ath. considered a new awadesanvl THERE CAN ME NO REFMMrS OR CREDITS AFTER PACIG THE AD. In t ev of a *or. The AMaMr Is mfpo"l.NLCF for t FIRTInsrton.o ot w forrii language, t tU m.,w or c s& which Madfe. t.e ed&.n to a 11" party. The aaompu of payment wh aitd~@Ing py does yot ona a ba-do-g w-n on so pat of The hflprnant PbN*AMW NPr o p4kh smd mf. The MK*nf ~Fkr Afgto, rain. Us right soM Sn a al judge of to spitaly of any adverSsngaopyseasdfor pitdia ndve teshFilghttedIt, revise, do*, r -IM satyIsing apy a n ed. NAIL S BY VONDE LL 3131 NW 13 S 377,1763 Full sets S1 Fill. $13 Hol 0ia Manicure. Pedicures Liriled Time Only 10 5-20 1 1 Horse Boarding 45 acre farm iraendly proressionsi care in peaceful surround ings Daily Turnout grooming and TLC 462 5427 11 2 40 11 SCEIOLARSHIPSiGRANTS FOR COL LEGE Are available Mlion go uncla med yearly 1 800 334 3581 11-19-So-11 NOVA STUN GUN Safer Effeclivel fon-rflhai tend $89 .3 S+H to 114 Lahomia Lansing, MI 4815 S17 484 S07 9-27-13 11 SECURITY SYSTEMS at an aftordable price Call Davy Enterprises 336-553. 9-24-10 11 4002 Newberry Rd. 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RUEsAY,brI'I-im ER A, 19AIJAGAII_ UF-Louisiana State game picked up by ESPN UF's Oct. 6 game against lnuesvana State will be televised by ESPN, the station announced Monday. N Ron Kaspriske NOTEBOOK The game, which was originally scheduled for 130 pm, will now be televised at 7:30 p.m. The ISU game will be IFs third nationally televised contest this season. The Alabama game was televised by TIS and this weekend's game against Mississippi State, I Ustart at 12 40p n, is also being televised by TBS For the second time since 1983, UF will have to bring in extra lights to accornodate the time switch UF was forced to bring in two portable light banks for the Florida State game last season. a game also carried by KSPN We'll go with two portable banks on top of the skyboxes," said Danny Sheldon, UF's operations and facilities coordinator 'We don't have the proper candle power without the extra lights." Sheldon said UF will contact the Musco Co based in Oskaloosa, Iowa, to get the lights Musco supplied UV with its prable lights last season Defense ranked 2nd UF's defense is ranked second in the nation in fewest pointsallowed asthe Gators have given up 7 6 points a game Nebraska is first, allowing just 4 7 points a game through its first three games UF quarterback Shane Matthews leads the SEC in totaloffense (271 3 yardsa game) and is 7th nationally. Matthews also is the third-best quarterback in the conference in passing efficiency with a 135.67 rating Gators' defensive back Will White is ranked No I in the nation with four intercepTwo players Injured Saturday )efensive tackle Mike Brandon and outside linebacker Fee Bartley suffei ed ainnua nuran's during Saturday's game and both could play this week aglst the Bulldols Brandon, a starterat tackle with 12 takleN and a sack through [he first three games, bhmsed the instepof his left foon and remains questionable for Saturday Bartley, who bruised man game, is probable State game. Bartley has a knee in hie Fur for the MissiSpp, 15 tckles in three starts at outside linebacker GRAVES from page 16 Fane Bowl Selection Committee. Even in light of the recent NCAA ruling banning the UF football team from a bowl this year, Graves said he still hopes he can bring the Gators a spot in the bowl. Graves left UF because he didn't want to be involved anymore. So he moved to Tampa, where he became vice president for public relations for George Steinbrenner Enterprises. 'When I announced my resignation, George Steinbrenner asked me what I was going to do,"Graves said. "I said I didn't know, but I wanted to do something different. So he offered mean opportunity." While workingforSteinben. ner, a Bull Gator, his duties included scheduling New York Yankees exhibition games and youth programs throughout the state Graves left Steibrenner's company in 1988 Since then, he has spent his time in an "unstructured" way -helping out friends with public relations, serving on the bowl committee and finding time to go fishing once or twice a week. Buthe still finds time to keep up with college football, especially the Gators. And he said things have changed alot since his days as a coach One difference is the frequency of NCAA violations at UF and other schools. Graves attributes that to the growing importance of a winning season Coaches are paid more at the universities now," Graves said. "The pressure is on to win to justify their salary and their status," Graves said the solution is for the universities to put academics first and athletics sec ond, like it was in the 1960s Sure, the players are bigger, stronger, and faster than they were then. but "(Spurner) does not have the depth that other schools have," Graves said "I think there's a chance that every ball game (will be decided) in the fourth quarter. It will be very exciting." Bill Carr, a 1966 All-America center for the Gators, finds similarities between Graves' and Spurner's methods of coaching "Florida football in the 1960s was a wonderful time." said Can, who took over for Graves as UF's athletic director and remained in that position until 1987. "I really enjoyed playing for Ray Graves. He wanted the players to enjoy playing football I think that's critical because, above all, it's a game." LEVALLE from page 16 won two individual state cross country titles and led his team to a state championship his senior year His ambitions after high school were Ioning to college and runnmg LeValle feels his successful running career is because of his determination, motivation and discipline He isn't as concerned with winning every race but seeing how fast and how far he can run in competition "I train to be the best and I race to win and if it doesn't happen, that's the go," LeValle said "I think that trying to find out how far I can go takes a lot of discipline Not only is IeValle trying to discipline himself in his running, but also in his academics As an engineering major, his goal this semester is to find a balance between his training and his studies. 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, to AUJIGATRALTUESDAY, SEFEMBER 25 11) SPORTS Looking for a Job? Check J out the SEC Some coachingpositions in the Southeasten, Conference may be opening up if the results of last Saturday's SEC games are any in dication the question is, though, will anyone in their right mind be interested? Louisiana State coach Mike Archer was already on borrowed time entering this season aftergoing 4-7 last year. And after losing to Vanderbilt 24-21 Saturday, no one cares that the Tigers started the seao 2-0 T* Alex Marvez THREE COUNT The Commodores were so lightly re garded last week that Furman coach Jimmy Satterfield inadvertently said when his team played UF, it was going to play a team from the SEC, and not a Vanderbilt. Ouch. Alabama's Gene Stallings also doesn't ap. pear to be standing on solid ground. The Crimson Tide dropped to 0-3 after losing 17-16 to Georgia. nat gives 'Bama, which lost its last two games a year ago, 'ts longest losing streak. since a 17-game skid in 1954 Archer and Stallings are not bad football coaches. Archer led the Tigers to a 10-1-1 record in his first year in Baton Rouge, and a share of the SEC title in 1988 Stallings was the head coach of the Phoenix Cardinals from 1986-89 (and working under Cardinals owner Bill Bidwell must have madeStallings' tenure seem like a lifetime). But at those universities, being a coach goes beyond normal bounds In bayou country, any loss Archer's team suffers thisyear will invoke memoriesof last season, when the Tigers were expected to set the world on fire with quarterback Tommy Hodson Even a 10-1 season this year may not be enough to save Archer's job. In Alabama, they want Paul "Bear Bryant back. even though the legendary Crimson 'le coach has been dead for the past seven 'years. Bryant's first replacement, Ray Perkins, went on to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after four seasons because he couldn't live up to the fans' "'Bear'Bryant-like" expectations. Bill Curry, Perkins' replacement, left after taking the TIde to the Sugar Bowl. Like Perkins, Curry left to take a less-prestigious job -coaching football at Kentucky. Stallings is in double-trouble because he is a disciple of Bryant, having played under him at Tenas M&M. If Stallings continues to lose, expect 'Bana fans to set fire to Texas A&M to strike any association between him and the Bear. Such pressure, though, is unfair. If fans at LSJwould forgive and forget, they may have .s coach for longer than three years, some thing that hasn't happened since Charles McClendon's 17-year reign from 1962-1979. If Stallings was hired at Alabama because he was the best coach available, then the jury on his program will be out for the next several years. But ifStallings doesn't win323 games and was hired mainly to please die. hard 'Bam fans, then the school gets what it deserves. Whatever happened to. Graves remains in contact with UF By SHARON GINN Alligator Staff Witer Ray Graves just can't seem to stay away from U football After serving 10 seasons as head coach of the Gators and 20 years as UF's athletic director, you would think Graves, now 70 and "semi-retired," would stay mostly at home in Tampa. But that's not Graves' style A trip up Interstate-75 is still enjoyable And as anecdotes from Steve Spurrer's days as UF's quarterback keep popping up in the newspaper, inevitably a quote from Graves does too. Graves, who was football coach from 1960-69 and athletic director from 1960-79. rememhers those days as well as anybody. And he loves to talk about how Spurrier, a former player of his, is now turning the UP football program around as its coach. "I'm enjoying the Gator look of the 1990s," Graves said "It's fun They work hard and play the kind of football that's enjoyable." Graves, who left Gainesville when he resigned as athletic director, still travels to almost every Gators football game and not just to watch Spurner in action. He attends partly because he is a member of Tampa's Hall of see Graves, page 15 LeValle ready to make senior impact By CHERYL BOSSEN Alligator Writer Mike leValle was in fourth grade when he discovered his talents as a runner. LeValle figured after winmng the President's Physical Fitness Test in elementary school, his niche in life was on a track "Distance (running) is something you have to really excel at," LeValle said. "I guess you have to have a talent for it." He has since proved that talent by helping UF win the Southeastern Conference cross country championship in his freshman year, and now, he is ready to repeat that feat as a senior this season. LeValle has high expectations for both the team and himself for the 1990 season. His focus is maintaining consistency in his academics and his cross country training. However, track season is where LeValle is really looking to excel the most. "1 still want to compete hard and train hard and do my best in cross country, but when track season comes around, I'll be conditioned the way I like to be physically, disciplined and focused on what I'm doing," LeValle said. "Since I came to UF, I've looked forward to exploring my talents as a runner. We don't know exactly how good we are until wetestourselves." LeValle's test was postponed when he suffered a foot injury near the end of last seaSon Despite winning two individual titles early in the 1989 season, LeValle injured his foot the week before the SEC meet and did not recover Neither did his team, which finished sixth at the meet. UF cross country coach John Webb said that the Gaton were capable of finishing among the top three had LeV. alle not been injured. "You just have to go with what you got," Webb said. Led by LeValle, the Gators dominated the early part of the '89 season with LeValle winning individual titles at the Miami Greentree race and the Florida State Invitational. Hiscostly injury meant trouble for the Gators for the re mainder of last season. After winning their first four meets, the Gators slipped as the season closed. Although they advanced to the NCAA District III Qualifying Meet, the Gators finished a disappointing 11th place. Though LeValle's general interest in running began in fourth grade, his love for distance running began in middle school. "I already knew what my talents were," LeValle said. "I didn't really have to venture into other areas because Iwas finding success in distance (running). "In middle school, I was Amoat hoping that I was going to be as good in high school as some of the people I read about." LeValle, who graduated from Boyd Anderson High School in Lauderdale Lakes. see lall, pi6 15 UPI poll may have to drop UF -NEW YORK -The UF football team, banned from playing in a bowl this seson remains eligible for United Pres International's weekly rankings while the school considers whether to appeal the NCAA ruling. By agreement with the American Football Coaches Association, teams barred from television appearances or postseason play or having lost more than 20 percent of their football scholarships are ineligible for the Top 25 and national championship consideration by the UPI Board of Coaches. UF would fall under thatjurisdiction. The Gators, charged with Improper financial assistance to players and assistant coaches, wem barred last week from going toa bowl, UP, ranked No. 17 In Sunday's poll, has until Oct. 5 to appeal the NCAA sanctions. Any appeal likely would not be beard by the NCAA before January, leaving the pos sibility the Gators could play In a bowl followingthiuseason. Iftherulingisupheld, the oneyear bowl ban could be applied the 1991 season. Once the appeals promee is exhausted, UPI will drop UP from the ratings if the rulng d. Because of the serloumiu of the violatilon, the NCAA could ha been harsher on the Games boanBd me's b.kleflud pmgragms, The guerning body of college sports chose the lafrmngatpunishment because UF cooperated with the herestig -tion, but school officials remained upset. nWLD Um UF senior Mike LeValle is trying to rebound from am Injury that kept him from competing In lost "ea' Seutineltem Conference championship.