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I Man charged in murder attempt on UF freshman I


national University student from ently told Leibowitz's mother that .22-caliber rifle in a giftwrappedbox on the evidence found at the scene
MATTHEW SAUER
By Writer possibly killing his ex-girlfriend, he was planning to kill the 18-year- as well as two knives in a and was taken to the Alachua
Alligator UF freshman Heather Leibowitz, old UF student. backpack, she said. County jail,Tipton said.
An answering machine messageled Tipton said.Michael The charge carries a minimum
UF police to a Reitz Union hotel David Owens, 18, of "We're not sure of the whole Owens apparently was de- sentence of 25 years in prison,
room last week where a distraught Miami was arrested at the Union scenario yet," Tipton said. "We pressed about the recent breakupof Tipton said.Owens .
teenager sat with.22-caliber rifle, about 3 p.rn. Thursday after police went to (Leibowitz's) dorm room, his relationship with Leibowitz,
waiting for his ex-girlfriend to ar- received a tip from Leibowitz's but she wasn't there. There was a Tipton said, describing his arrestas was being held on
rive, police spokeswoman Angie mother that Owens may have been message on her answering machine "non-confrontational." $100,000 bond Sunday afternoonand
Tipton said Sunday.But planning to kill himself and from Owens that led us to will require a psychiatric evaluation
police arrived at the room Leibowitz, Tipton said. the room at the Reitz Union." Owens was charged with attempted before being allowed to post
first and stopped the Florida Inter She said Owens' mother appar- Owens'room contained a loaded first-degree murder based bond, a jail spokeswoman said.Nosetonose .


Former city employeeto



sue for abuse on jobBy


Oct. 5, said Friday she is unaware of fr a
JOHN F. BERRY
Alligator WriterA any lawsuit being filed against her or
Gainesville.
fired city employee said Fridayshe "Someone could be bringing
will file a lawsuit against the charges against you and you wouldn't
Gainesville City Commission and the know it," Frazer said. "It (the city job)
former Clerk of the Commission be- is over and it's done. I'm looking at
cause of abuse she, suffered while other things."
working for the clerk. Frazer declined further comment.
Ann Reno, who worked for former City Attorney Marion Radson, who
City Clerk Mary Ann Frazer for two also is acting as the city clerk since
years, is seeking $5,000 in damagesand Frazer quit, said he was unaware of
lost health and life insurance ben Reno's lawsuit.
efits. Because Reno worked for But Frazer and the city are preparedfor
Gainesville for 11 years, she said she the lawsuit. According to a job
also will seek lost pension benefits. separation agreement between Frazer
Reno said working for Frazer and Gainesville, the city will assume
caused her enough stress to become damages and legal fees if Reno sues.
sick, lose 30 pounds and visit a psy Darla Christopher, Reno's lawyer
chologist. from Starke, said Reno will sue Frazer .P wt
"Everything I did was wrong, no and the City Commission next month.
matter what," Reno said. "I followed "They knew what (Frazer) was
(city) procedures for years and all ofa doing," Christopher said. "They
sudden,they were wrong.She would backed her up and let her continue.
talk you down and tell you you were Basically, what we're claiming is, she
wrong. If you tried to defend yourself, caused stress to Reno."
you were insubordinate." Christopher said she has not yet
Reno said she had to take sick leavein determined the dollar amount of the
MICHELE KATZ
December. When that expired In suit, and hopes to settle out of court. competition

April of this year,she used two monthsof But if Reno's case goes to court,Chris- Peter Simmer, a member of Pi Lambda Phi tries to snag the flag off UF freshman
vacation time.She said Frazer then topher said she expects to win. The I
fired her in June. Heath Gelman, a member of Tau Epsilon Phi, in the annual Nose Bowl game.

Frazer, who resigned as clerk on see Frazer, page 4


I Election unleashes conflict between interest groupsBy I

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JOHN F. BERRY in area politics. Long-time Gainesville resident and political environmentalist, launched her re-election campaign Oct.
observer Melvin Fried said Gainesville's Plan Board is a 8. While at a campaign brunch, FACT editorial board
Alligator Writer reflection of how the pendulum is swinging. member Bill Edwards said environmentalists are continually
Like two armies that never tire of war Gainesville's "The city Plan Board up through the early 1970s was fighting for the planet.
competing special interest groups have fought about every largely controlled by developer interests," he said. "From "There is always the next election,"he said. "That"s what
thing from local sales tax to city commission seats. With the mid 70s to the mid 80s, most of its members did not keeps us going."
the general election Nov. 6, both sides. are marshaling for have business or professional connections. Since then, I Addressing the crowd at the brunch, UF physiology
the next battle. think there has been somewhat of a movement back to a professor and Wheat campaign worker Phil Posner urged
Friends of Alachua County spearheads a cause that favors Plan Board with significant representation with pro-devel fellow workers to "be obnoxious for three weeks and tell
environmental concerns and tight government spending. 'opment interests." people how great Penny is.
They also have fought several development projects in and Fried, a professor emeritus in blo-chemistry at UFs "We (the environmentalists) have been through a numberof
on the outskirts of Gainesville. And they publish an opinion College of Medicine since 1956, was a member of the Plan elections and we are tired," he said. "But we have one
paper called FACT, which has about 1,000 subscribers. Board from 1976 to 1983. Board members, who advise the more to go."
FACTs opponents-which include commissioners,landlords City Commission on area development, are appointed by Posner said that Wheat views Gainesville's growth as
and business owners resent the publication' self. the Gainesville City Commission. uncontrollable because there is no urban planning. He said
proclaimed environmentalist label. Although FACTs oppo- Fried says he hasn't taken sides In the environmental he wants to see Gainesville expand responsibly, "but not
nents have no one rallying point the prodevelopmentspecial ist/developer fight. like New York City. ,
interest group wants business growth and.expansion "I'm not a knee-jerk,environmentalist and Fm not in' Wheat is a co-founder of FACT. She resigned from the
while attracting new manufacturing to the area. anybody's pocket," he said.
' resulting I power struggle means a swinging pendulum County Commissioner Penny Wheat, a self-proclaimed see Interest, page 9

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By JACK REJTMAN "We're starting with zero, and it's a tre- There are a couple of teachers in English dents maintain higher grades and be prepared -
Alligator WriterA mendous research program," he said. classes that haven't given an A in a coupleof better for their classes, Shuster said.
Shuster said he hoped the guides wouldbe semesters," Lazarus said. "This isn't an "We're not trying to encourage studentsto
course guide that Student Government done by November, but said now they easy A guide, but I don't think it's fair for a take the easy way out," he said. "We're
officials say will help students plan their won't be ready until regular registration student to take a class where he doesn't havea trying to allow students to make more Informed -
schedules is running late and won't be ready begins in January.But chance to get an A. decisions so they can balance their
next week when early registration begins, students won't have to suffer through "It costs a lot of money to drop a class loads and find the courses to fit their Inter-
the guide's director said Friday. early registration unassisted, said assistant that you're not doing well in." ests and strengths."
Richard Shuster, a finance senior, said Course Guide director Sandra Lazarus. SG Provost Andrew Sorensen, who came to Other benefits could include less studentsin
only about 75 course entries have been will set up an information booth at Tigert UF in July from Johns Hopkins University, drop/add lines and less work for UFs
completed of the 175 that will be listed in Hall Nov. 5-9 and Nov. 12-16, she said. said he hasn't yet seen the course guide but academic advisers, Shuster said.
the 1990 SG Course Guide.The 16 students All information that has been compiled so hopes it will positively reflect UF's image. Freshmen, sophomores and juniors will
working on the 100-page guide got bogged far will be available at the booth, she said. His concern is that people throughout the mostly benefit from the guide because it will
down with research because they decidedto The completed guide will break classes country think of UF as a party school that concentrate on general education courses,
change the format of the guide, which down by teacher and include the previous has a troubled athletic program and serial rather than upper-level classes, Shuster
hasn't come out since 1986, Shuster said. semesters' grade distributions, reading and killers, he said. said.
Unlike students on the 1986 staff who writing requirements, test formats and the There is a very different message I wantto "We're going to get most of these babiesin
relied on teachers' descriptions, this year's instructor's policy on grading and absences. get out about the quality of education ," Shuster said, holding the listing of gen-
staff decided to research courses them- Lazarus, a liberal arts and sciences junior, here, and hopefully whoever is designingthe eral education courses in UFs Schedule of
selves. Of the 2,500 teachers who were sent said the guide should help students match course guide will create it with that in Courses newspaper.see .
surveys in 1986, only 10 percent responded, their academic strengths and weaknesseswith mind," Sorensen said.If .
Shuster said. the appropriate classes. anything, the guide should help stu- Guide, page 4



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topic of speechBy



Alligator Staff Writer

When Lombardi talks, people listen.
Especially when what he says is on
today's test
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The seventh Turlington Hall
class normally taught by Professor Tide slide MICHELE KATZ
Harold M. Stahmer was attended by
almost all 145 students, who rapidly UF marketing junior Alan Vinson slides across the Pi Kappa Alpha slippery slide. More than 2,000 gallons of water I
took notes instead of daydreaming or and two cases of soap were used.
reading a newspaper.
Stahmer said the topic Lombardi

spoke Christianity on,"The on Latin Impact America of Western duringthe Gun safety needed for armed students I

1500s, is an essay question on a
test he is giving today. The topic was cials said that these "items of protection," are "naive""I
perfect for Lombardi, a former history By SCOTT NOLL especially the guns,will cause more harm than believe strongly that if you're going to
professor with a concentration in Latin Alligator Writer good. own a gun,then you should be trained to know
American Studies. Chris Ciotola was making his regular secu- "Arming yourself might seem like the most how to use one," said Harden, of Harden's
Lombardi said he searched through rity rounds at the Oakbrook Walk apartmentsone logical thing to do, but it isn't safe," said UF Firearm Specialties in Archer. "Everybody
packing. boxes to find old leacture ma- night when, after casually approaching a police spokeswoman Angie Tipton. "I'm very should have some kind of instruction to make
terial. tenant, he found a gun pointed at his head. concerned about the parent that buys a gun them a safe gun handler. You had better
"I was up at 5 in the morning" lookingfor Chris didn't know that all the tenant had for their daughter or son and says, 'Here, put believe that you shouldn't be allowed to owna
my infamous notes, he said. was a BB-gun.What he did know was that this this under your pillow and use it if you have gun without safety training.
After the 50-minute lecture and a individual was drunk and had what appearedto to. "It's just like a driver's license," Harden
brief question-and-answer period, economics be a deadly firearm pointed at his skull. The fact that parents are giving weapons said. "You have to have training in operationand
senior Ashlee Mann said she After finally convincing the drunken tenantto such as guns to their children without any theory to have a driver's license. It's the
thought Lombardi's lecture was well drop his weapon,Chris tackled him and had form of training is what scares law enforce- same thing with a gun. You should have to
put together."He him hauled off to jail. Chris later confessedthat ment officials the most. have training in operation and theory to own
was entertaining. He's a dy- if he had a gun himself, he might have That makes me crazy,Tipton said."I think any equipment that will provide defenseespeclally -
namic speaker," said Mann, who will shot the tenant. it's irresponsible for them to give a weapon if that equipment is potentially dangerous.
review Lombardi's lecture for the test. Guns. They are weapons being used by that can take a life to someone who is naive ."
"He gave an interesting perspective." students for home protection in a continuing and doesn't know the first thing about how to Harden said that students can easily get
Stahemer said he was impressedwith battle between students and an old enemy use it." training just by calling any gun shop or even
his boss's lecture, and he said fear.Since Tipton says a solution to the problem of the police department for information.So .
students could learn a lot from what police found the first of the five home defense might be for parents to start far, no accidental shootings have oc-
the president had to say. Gainesville slaying victims on Aug. 28, many teaching their children security measures curred, Tipton said. But there have been In-
"Take all of (the Information from students have turned their homes into mini- such as locking doors and securing windowsat stances, such as with Chris Ciotola, where an
the lecture),plus a few items from the armories, preparing for the worst-possible an earlier age. individual has pulled a gun on an officer.see .
text, and you've got yourself the 40-( scenario. Gun shop owner Mike Harden agreed that
point essay on the.tes ." But now, more than two months later, offi students who think they don't need training Guns, page 4



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I Animals among faculty union president's interests



By DEBBIE CENZIPER

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Even in the pages of her high school year
book, Jane Brockmann's name was linked to
animal science.
Maybe her classmates correctly guessedher
future because they knew she scouredChicago's
forest preserves every weekend on voice gives teachers some much-needed le-
bird-watching expeditions. Or maybe because verage In university decisions and policies."If .
they knew she probably read more books they all ban together, than you can get
about animal behavior in her youth than she things done that you can't at an Individual
did on history or math. level," Brockmann said. "I see it as a way in
Brockmann, a UF teacher for 14 years, said which faculty has some role in the decisions
she's known all her life that her fascinationwith that are made."
animal behaviors,coupled with a love for And at UF in particular, the largest of the
education, would lead her into state's nine public universities,
academia. And the colorful pic- \\ many faculty members are dis-
I tures of birds and ceiling-high 'lc\$. f'\ couraged and discontented, said
shelves of books dominating her \J Brockmann,who is in her second
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Bartram Hall office prove it. cj( year as local UF president.She .
But Brockmann, who re- said faculty members feel
ceived her doctorate at the Uni- they have no power to change the
versity of Wisconsin, has much rules and no say in decisions and
more on her daily agenda than policy-making. This helplessness -
A teaching classes or using her pushes faculty members to
latest national grant on a three-year project stray from the school, she said.
researching horseshoe crabs. "We want to stay, but there are a lot of
She's also leads UF's most powerful faculty things that are very discouraging,"
union. Brockmann said. "Our faculty are top faculty.
The local chapter of the United Faculty of They're people who are involved and they
Florida, which represents about 1,600 UF want to be able to say something about or
faculty, is a bargaining group for teachers' have an effect on decisions."

rights such as academic freedom,competitive This new breed of faculty won't stand for a
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I, As you're struggling to get through mid-terms, finals

f are probably the last thing on your mind, but they're
f something you need to think about now.

Time to study for final exams is always scarce, and the AK'illl'S Intl.? -

t traditional Dead Week is supposed to provide those extra

- study hours. Dead Week, the week before finals begin, is

P; a time when professors aren't supposed to assign home-

work or give tests.

t' Dead But Week unless doesn't this is work your first that semester way. at UF, you know I Things are definitely not the same I

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Many professors don't seem to know Dead Week ex- Unfortunately, we.must start off with an obituary
i ists. Some continue giving new material right up to the notice. It seems that the once nationally respected and -0- Mark Wallington
day before the final. And some decide they'd like to get all-around well-loved Party Gator has died.Though he B
lived long and incredibly satisfying life, Party Gator ALLS TO THE WALLdays.
their final out of the way, especially if it's only a third, non- a
was recently put to rest by a society,state and campus
cumulative test So they give their exam during Dead all turning conservative.Official cause of death is listedas .How sad that the city Jacksonville has pouncedon
Week, taking more study time away from your other an overdose of new rules and general disinterestby ribald activities so much that students aren't too
a classes. younger UF students. interested in making the trip over. Most ironic is the
1 Members of the University Senate discussed Dead Three recent stories confirm the end of Party Gator. fact that we're actually going to stomp the Dogs this

t, Week Friday, and Academic Affairs Associate Vice Presi- HEADLINE: Gator Growl 1990 Fails to Offend Any- year.HEADLINE
UF Halloween Festival Costume Con-
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dent Keith Legg pointed out that the undergraduate hand- one.We've test Canceled
the end of ir-
obviously seen outrageously
book calls Dead Week a "period of discretionary review reverent Gator Growls. What used to be the coolest Looks like we've seen the end of dancing peniseson
days." Legg said that definition is probably too open- night of student-produced brashness this side of the Flavet Field. Is nothing sacred? Why even bother
ended to benefit students or professors. Ivy League seems destined to be a dull little night at going if the simulated spurting genitalia won't be there.
Dead Week's definition is too vague. We'd like to see the stadium. From past Halloween Balls with people openly havingsex
First, alumni pressure ended the short reign of in the Plaza to the new costumeless Festival with
administrators adopt precise definition that in-
a more one
dance bands, another storied chapter in the historyof
yet
comedians such as Robin Williams and now the skits
cludes mandate that at least the last of Dead Weekbe
a part have been ordered toned down.The first"clean"Gator Gator Hedonism is to be quietly closed.
used for review only. Growl recently boasted skits so unfunny that the best Obviously Fm too old for this place because I
We'd also like to have included in a revised definition a past of the show was a review of past video sketches remember that students used to actually have fun here
r, requirement that professors not give exams during the when students actually took chances to make people and could still be students. Florida used to be knownas
,, week before finals. laugh. the king of party schools. Well, the king is dead-
But I haven't heard many complaints. Alas, high- long live the memories.
And to enforce these guidelines, administrators should tech light shows and stand-up routines you can see on Columnist's Note:Hey,Jim Culliton, did you really
publicize the Dead Week rules so students know what late-night television seem to be enough for Growl think that I would put your name in the paper if you
their rights are and can report professors who violate the audiences these days. gave me$1?Journalists have ethics and stuff like that,
11 guidelines.The HEADLINE: Florida vs. Georgia Game Tickets you know.
system as it is now is completely unfair to stu- Readily Available From the These guys are obviously buffoons de-
dents. Some teachers review during Dead Week somedon't. Shocking! Last week you could simply stop by partment": Campus parking planners say they want to
: Florida Field's Gate 13 on your way to class,walk rightup add two floors to the Hume Hall parking garage to
Some give tests, some don't. Some assign home- to a window and actually buy a coupon to the create 400 new spaces.Now,was it me or did everyone
work, some don't. Georgia game in Jacksonville; no waiting, no need to wonder why they didn't make it taller In the first place?
t How well students do on their final exams has almost buy scalped tickets. I can't wait to see the price tag of adding on,comparedto
come to be a game of chance that depends on whether I Though obviously convenient,this process signifies what it would have cost to have the additional floors
: the sad evolution of the Florida-Georgia weekend into when they built the thing. _
their professors believe Dead Week should be a time to
. I just another away game. Party-hungry Gators used to Coming next time: Shocking evidence that John
review. All students should have chance
equal to studyas
an camp outside the stadium overnight to be assured a Lombardi! is actually famed Green Bay Packer Coach
much as possible for their finals, which they can't do if ticket to the world's wildest two days of tailgating witha Vince Lombardi! after two years on Ultra Slim-Fast
some of their professors violate the spirit of Dead Week. little football game included to break things up. Think about it. Have you ever seen them both in the
, If you agree Dead Week isn't really dead and you'd like What used to be billed as the World's Largest same room?
to see some changes made, contact Bret Berlin, head of Outdoor Cocktail Party is but a mild tea party nowa-' Mark WaUingtott is a fifth year journalism student.

the Student Government task force that's looking into LETTERS" TO THE EDITORHats 1

Dead Week problems. You can reach him through the SG
offices at 3921665.alligator. off to the UF Second, UPs recycling watch because five of the footballs were
dogs realized that there was an- thrown out into the crowd. Perfect
Athletic departmentEditor other time bomb being distributed recycling programs. are never born .
by its department.Housed in a cute overnightI
orange and white exterior these feel much safer knowing that
: It's about time that UF so
Editor momentos of the game could be these potential landfill hazards
Athletics received the notice that it
Judy A. Plunkett deserves for its plastic recycling lethal if allowed to fall in the wrong aren't even making it to the homesofuninstructedUFfans.Hatsoffto
Managing Editor Opinions Editor program. First the departmentmade hands,

M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier the bold move to save stu- Dauntlessly, UF athletics those officers and ushers for risking
dents from the glut of plastic sou- only one box of footballs produced their children's safety by shield-
Letters. Policy venir cups.Those insidious piecesof and then in banner game ing the fans from such'hazardous
Utters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page). They should be a move waste.
memorabilia the
typed double-spaced and sljned. They should Include a typed name address and telephone were clogging distributed them as cautiously as .
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows' Just HUM.- If you ,hive, try questions call shelves, and counters of every possible. Unfortunately the athletic Robert Wlgan
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BROCKMANNfrom Sorensen-has the power to alter apathetic to schools both with and without unions, But besides her unusual blend of activities,
page 5 attitudes, she said. __ said unions don't necessarily Brockmann said her life basically remains
Even though both bond the fac status-quo.
unseen, central! authority, she said. have promised to lis- UF's ulty. Despite the exotic birds, insects and
Other state schools,such as Florida State ten and learn from faculty new leadershipPresident "I think it depends wasps she's studied, she owns a "mutt"
University in Tallahassee, don't suffer from following their John on the people," he named Sally.
, a unsatisfied faculty because they have own assurances is the. said. "If,they want to
: stronger representation than their UF counterparts first step toward lombardi! and Provost be part of the union,it She prefers to ride her bike to campus
she said. strengthening faculty doesn't matter to me. everyday, she said, because parking is so
UFs University Senate is too large and relations, she said. Andrew Sorenson But I think faculty can horrendous."I'm .
unorganized to get anything accomplished, Sorensen said he's has the power to alterapathetic be unified even with like everyone else,"she said."I hate
Brockmann said. And the ubiquitous campus met with Brockmann out a union." University of Florida parking."
task forces will only work if the admin on a regular basis attitudes, Sorensen said the
istration follows their recommendations, since he took office as Brockman said.him University Senate is a And in another 10 years, if predictionsonce
she said. UF's second-in-com useful forum for teach again come true, Brockmann said
she'll be doing basically the thingsshe's
The faculty are a little cynical, frankly," mand. Meetings,informal ers who are not in UF same
discussions and to to discuss problems affecting them. doing now teaching, researchingand
she said.They just don't believe that they're opportunities speak .
going to be rewarded." with faculty will improve relations, he said. Brockmann's mix of science and politicsBut perhaps still a bit of politics."I
But UFs new leadership President Sorensen, whose career has taken keeps her calendar filled and her days busy. think I have the most interesting life,"
John Lombardi! and Provost Andrew she said and smiled. "I love what I do."

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paper when she ran for the County Commission thing so basic, Irs easy for people to wrap
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in 1986. About 100 people, including themselves in the flag.

Environment vs. Development many FACT supporters, attended the brunchat Brown said Gainesville is like a Third
the downtown Thomas Center. World country because it has a highly-paid
"You need someone who acts for our environment professional class and a large, underpaid
Environmentalists believe further development would hurt the area
not someone who treats water and working class. The gap could be filled with
while developers believe the environmentalists stop progress. To win breathable air as a commodity," Wheat said. environmentally safe, manufacturing jobs.

politically, both sides are willing to put money where their candidatesare. Wheat will battle Republican Perry McGriff Candidates such as Brown, who oppose

The following is random selection of local special-interest sup Nov. 6 for the county's District 2 seat. environmentalists, receive developer money..
porters.The McGriff supporters include Nathan Collier The better-funded and developer-backed can
who manages 538 units in the Student didates include Tom McKnew, who defeated

pro-environment side: The pro-development side: Ghetto. Collier, who has contributed to can W.E. "Mac" McEachern in the March City
didates who oppose FACT, gave' $100 to Commission race.
McGriff campaign. He labeled FACT as an The same sphere of people who contrib
Mark Goldstein, former GainesvilleThe Realtors political action "unregistered political action committee." uted to McKnew also gave money to County
mayor, gave $50 to the "Vote No to local commitee gave $1,000 to the "A newspaper is in the business of reportIng Commissioner George Dekle in 1988. Dekle
sales tax lobby and $50 each to the McKnew campaign and $500 to'the the news," he said. "FACT is in the defeated environmentalist Jim Notestein,
McEachem, Notesteln and Wheat cam lobby supporting an increased local business ftf pushing; a who' also lost in' a city
paigns. sales tax. political agenda. I don't commission race to
think anybody can pickup Besides businessman Jim
UF phys'cs' professor Dwight AdamsThe Realtors of Florida contrib FACT and say it is environmentdeveloper Painter earlier thisan

gave $200 to "Vote No and $500 to Fuller.. uted $1,000 to the McKnew campaign unbiased effort to inform issues month.
His wife, Joan, gave $661 to Fuller. $250 to the McGriff cam the public. It's Some of the same
paign, $250 to the Dekle campaign about as biased as the special interests people who gave to

-Scott Camll, head of the Middle East and $500 to support the local tax Pravda." also battle about referen- Brown, McKnew and
Pravda is the official Dekle also have
Peace Group, contributed $100 to "Vote Increase.No. con
.* His wife, Sally, gave $100 toNotesteln's newspaper of the Com- dums. tributed to McGriff.
1988 campaign. Together, they -Gainesville landlord Nathan munist Party in the Soviet And the same environmentalists

contributed $50 to Fuller's campaign. Collier gave $100 to McGriff's Union. FACT is a __nnn______ who.. ___
campaign, $63 to McKnew's free publication distributed on campus and backed Fuller earlier this month also sup-
throughout the city. ported Notestein in his 1988 county commis-
UF entomology professor Frank Slansky campaign and $5 to the Brown
"A developer can build the sion race. They, too, backed McEachern .
$100 to the Fuller and $100 campaign.Ben .
gave campaign environmentalist's house, but it's bad when when he lost the city commission election
to the Notestein!
campaign. the they want to build their neighbor's house," and now support Wheat in her county. com-
Campen, Republican
Collier said. "The environmentalist's house mission re-election bid.
UF electrical engineering professor Fred candidate challenging George "
wasn't built by immaculate conception. Besides environment/developer issues,
Lindholm contributed $150 to the Fuller Kirkpatrick for the state Senate Collier said the two extremes of the envi the special interests also battle about refer-
campaign, $100 to the Wheat campaign District 6 seat, gave $100 to the ronmentalist/developer conflict are clean air endums. In March, the lightly-funded environmentalists

and $25 to the Notesteln campaign. LlndDekle campaign. and no jobs.He says the answer is somewherein backed the "Vote No to Sales
holm, along with other residents who live between. Tax"political action committee.The developers
near Idylwild Elementary School In southwest Pete SIeg, a candidate for "Everybody in their right mind is an environmentalist supported the well-funded "Make Sense
Gainesville, failed In February to Alachua County judge, gave $75 to ," Collier said. "We can take our Citizens Committee" an effort to raise the
persuade the Alachua County Commission the Dekle campaign. environment back in time to be as pure as local sales tax from 5 to 6 cents. "
not to build a drug rehabilitation center when Adam and Eve were born. But it would County voters rejected the tax by a 2 to 1
within 1,000 feet of the school. destroy civilization." ratio in March. The no-tax lobby collected
Alachua County Commissioner Leveda $557 while its opponents received $18,585
A little of both: Brown, who narrowly defeated the FACT that's 4 cents for each "No" vote comparedto
...; UF history professor David Chalmers and his wife, Jean, gave $50 to the Notesteln backed Ron Fuller in the Oct. 2 Democratic $1.81 for each "Yes" vote.
campaign. Jean Chalmers heads the local government committee of the League of runoff, said the environmentalist special interest Campaigning is difficult when trying to-

Women voters. She gave $50 to McGriff's campaign. was well mobilized and fought a cam- weather Gainesville's political polarization,
paign like a crusade. said Mike Murphy, a UF senior who lost the

Source:Alachua County Supervisor of Elections Office\ Out of 24,685 Votes cast, Brown's victory City Commission District 3 race in March.
margin was only 275 votes or about 1 percent With little funding. Murphy finished third in
; ", Brown is now a three-time county commis- a field of three.
sioner. Fuller has never held political office. "It would be nice and simple if you could

Like Collier, Brown is at odds with how her tell people how you feel on the issues," he -
-- opponents use the term ","environmentalist said. "But it takes money to reach people.
"It's a political buzzword cloaked in holi- The special interest groups have the money.MONDAY ."



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FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN.WOOD SUBLEASE: HSEAPTSublet t
I .n Classifications o How to place a
1 FURNISHEDHousing FLOORS C-lIng Fan, Claw It tub 1 bedroom apt. through July 91.
font of windows A/C/ 2 blk* to UF, 1 bd Next to pool. PETS ALLOWED. Close to :" classified ad:
apt For $245/mo Oct Free wdeposit, UF ft shopping, 750 square feet. Archer : :: For r'Rent''Furnished j
Available blk to UF, coed coop Woods. Call 372-2424. 11-9-11-4' ., 1 ::. *
all utll paid Inc. ac, 10 meal weekly, Magi 3754409. 10-29-5-2 .' : In Person:
parking laundry, $210 mo., C.L.O. 2 For Rent Unfurnished MC VISA.
per Cash check
Nine month leas (for this SW 2BR apt. Sublet-N/S F to share room $160 mo + or
' 117, NW 15th St. 3774269. 12-14-62-1 1/3 utl fully furnished must like cat V
. near shopping. Cent air, nw paint.' apt v 3 Mobile Homes :. The Alligator Office

FOR RENT one bedroom, bath, kitchen, $285 Ky Management 3723060. 10- 6496.great location 10-29-2-4 near campus Call 373- For ent/Sate .'< 1105 W. University' Ave
one hall block from law school call 3761819 31-5-2 M-F 8am-4pm
GREAT LOCATION 17 SW 24th St. ;r ,4 / Sublease House/Apt./ h.. :
Attractive 2bdr/1 b. 2nd-floor apt in a Main BookstoreHub
I $240 mo. 10305.1 *
quad $275. 3002 NW 6th St. call 373- $ Roommate* Customer Service Desk

t 7132. 10-31-5-2 5 ROOMMATESNS ,6 For Sate : -- '\ M' F 8 am 4:30pm:

Foxmoor TH 2BR 1.5 BA. Dishwasher, 7 ftolfctats : Reltz Union, Cashier' Office
M/F 3 bdr Fieldstone, house, wood ; ,
FOR RENT: hook-ups, near 34 St. shopping UF Pool t M.F 9 am 9pm
floors, ac/heat fenced yd, wash/dry, '
gar 8
complex. $450 Key Management 372- : Motorcycles'9V Sat & Sun i Closed
5 min walk to UF, Avail Immed l65/mo/ + I
2 UNFURNISHED 3060. '10-31-5-2
1/3 Utll. Call 336-4804. 10.30.10.5 Auto*o' ,< Medical Bookstore, Shands

/ Stroll to UF from this 2BR efficiency. Includes Southlork Oaks: 2BR 1/2BA/ dishwasher BRANDYWINE N/S Fern needed to 10' Wanted'':::: < f M. F, 8 am-4.30pm:

ll some utilities $275 Key Management hook-ups, pool verticals. Near hare room, $160/mon. 1/3 utll, By Mall:
372.3080. 10.31.5.2 UF, VA, and Shands. $450 Key Manage 11 Services ; .
ment. 372-3060. 10.31.5.2 fully/nicely (turn, many xtras-call nowl) Use forms appearing weeklyIn
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373-0024. 11-1-11-5 ." 12 Typing'Servlces. -
f the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by
. Walk to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280,
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec.Plus 2 bedroom apt., prime location, 1 block ROOMMATE NEEDED. Walk to 13 -Help Wanted ;;: mail. MC VISA, or checks only.
. .. :"
from Must rent immediatelyl8440mo : ;
LMR. Pool campus.
laundry no cats or dogs.Santa :
UFo 2br/l ba. $175
College : personals Phone 373-FIND
Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 12-14. Call 3776058. 11-2-6-2 Park 371.7777 ..14 .:: Business By :

78.2 FREE RENTII One bedrrom, central air 10-31-23-5 ( 15 .>:Personals J:\>: '::>;:::;>" ONLY Payment, Five by dollar VISA or minimum.Mastercard

Oak Glade Apts near UF ft VA, quiet on quiet cul-d-sac. One month free. TREEHOUSE VILLAGE ;.1( Connections! '" t;:. M F 8:30 4 pm.
.
washer/dryer available In most units for Villager W st. Call 371-7777. 10-31-4-2 ,
.. .
Roommates available. Reserve your : : :' ::>.. ;, .
17 Notices : '
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. t 1B-2B. & 2 Bath for How
room spring. Bus serviceto o to correct

78.2$250-$375, see & Imr. 372-6422. 12.14- ALOHA lovely 1.2.3 GARDEN br,APTS all amenities, near UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn. 18 Rides :< ..... .
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. Shands RD. 377-0555., VA, Shopping 1116152ONE 3000 SW Archer $175-$250 MZ Property per Mgmt.roommate/month.Inc. Realtor' .19 Pets :.:i.l/;: ;::::;! ;::. :. cancel your ad:

INCREDIBLE 375-0207 ." ... '. .
20 : lost & Found ;; Cancellations:
:
Efficiency Apt. l''-30.27.5F .. .,... .
Starting at $188 MONTH FREE plus water and heat .... ..., ., Call 373-FIND Mon. FrI. 8.4 pm.
Starting at $235 /2 BedroomMEADOWCREST paid, on one bedroom at 1524 NW 4th No refund can be given.
to share w/ samens or smoker, master
Av*. walk to UF, College Park 371-
bdr In clean 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba twnhse,
I '110 NW 39th Ave 7777. 10-31-4-2 near Shands. $242/mo 1/2 utll 1/2/ o When will your ad run? Alligator errors: '
378-3988 Check your ad the FIRST day it runs
I 37J-38S1 FREE RENTII One month free on studio lie, pets ok. Jodi 3787828. 10-31-5-5
Call 373-FIND with any corrections before
and one bedroom apartments Walk to
12-14-76-2
Wanted Neat dependable person to share noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
UFo College Park 3717777.103142Apt Classifieds will begin TWO
f 2 BR/1 BA furnished apt. on SW Archer RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
Check Amenities Our New Available Specials'All for Rent in the Laurels.' 2br/2ba, RD 150/m 1/2 util. Dip required 481. DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected

FURNISHED UNFURNISHED wash/dry/ a/c ht. Huge clubhouse w/ev- 3020, Greg. 10-29-4-5 Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.
Roommates AvailableWe'r. ery thing III Avail Dec. Call 335-S945. 11. Union or Shands take No refunds or credits can be given after'
may
F to share nice quiet 2br house NE resld
2-5-2 placing the ad. Changes called in after
No.1REGENCY OAKS w/wood floors, cent ae & heat, fans, grt THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated.Customer .
378-5766 COUNTRY LIVING by 34St. Pla .. 2BRDuplex. backyard! wenv aware-neohipple-serl- may run for any length of time
. 3230 SW Archer Road Quiet wooded area. Air pats o-k- ou 10-29-3-5( tud. $225/mth total' Laura 373-4495. and be cancelled at any time. error or changes:
$275 KEY MANAGEMENT 3723080. Corrections must be made in person at
- COUNTRY GARDENS 10-31-3-2 Sorry, but there can be no re- The
BEFORE NOON.
Alligator office.
373-4500 Need F roommate to share 2bdr/2ba Oxford .
Manor Call 813-725-5770. funds for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee.
2001 SW 16th Street apt. 11-

.:, 12-14-76-2 MOBILE HOMES: 2-7-5

SPACIOUSONE 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo Rockwood Vlllaa-rmmt needed for own
BEDROOM APT. fully turn br/ba. Nice 3br/3ba condo w/all
ONLY $273MO.LYONS amenities. $225/mo. Call 336-9332. 10- ROOMMATES ROOMMATESRoommate
APT Farms- rental' from $260 Incl. 315.5

, 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 water, sewer, garbage pick-up, lawn Seeking high caliber studious rmmt. 21-
main. Also Quiet) Will needed M/F
12-14-76-2 some great buya. Roommate needed ASAP to share
very Liberal and responsible 28 yrs, n/a. no drugs, responsible, broadminded -
.. take long term travel trailers. 378-9291 nice 2bdr/2ba condo fireplace.. Closeto
3 bedroom house utilities Incl. SWM or straight demeanor GWM
; LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASE! $250 Open weekends too. 12-14-47-3 UF & SFCC. $237.50/mo.1/2/ utll. Call Call Dean 378-6607. 10-30-5-5 only reply to share spacious 1 bdr/1 ba
_ moves you In.. Close to UF and Shands. 336-8605. 10315.5
ml
'f 376-1248. Tired of your roommate? For sale 66 loot apt amen. 5-10 min. walk to UF, $165
10-30-20-2 Nova 3 bdr/2 ba spotless. Quiet, sal LAKEWOOD VILLAS n/s F needed for Female to share house quiet neighbor. 1/2 .,.c. negotiable. Call 3784712.

t 4bd/2ba apartment W/D, cent. ac, 5 blks area. Call collect 8137347016., 11-2- own room in 3/2 wah/dry-balcony-fel' Own room, wash/dry, ac/heat. Pen ok. 10-30-5-5
.from campus, well lit parking pets ok. 10-3 safe-guard' dog rent n.gotl.bl./3utll., Very secure house call Kathy 377-7609

.{ Call$730/mo 377-6965.clean,10-29-10-2 nice, available Jan. 1. 335-6477. 10-30-4-5 I.v*. $155 p/m. 11-5-6-5 6 FOR SALE

SUBLEASE: F/NS for Spring In 2bd/2b/ apt./nlcely furnished Laid-back' but studious roommate to siseas
f ROCKWOOD VILLAS-2bd/2ba with full entertainment cntr./ov.rlook. share 2 bdr house, female preferred.' TYPESETTER. Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk
; study blinds, end unit. $575/mo. Call 4 HOUSEl APT.' pond/cent ac/ht $209.50/336-4304 leave $148/mo + 1/2 utll. Dep & last month' drives, 2 film cassettes 2 film cannlsters.
3352703. 10-20-10-2 message. 10-31-4-5 rent req. Close to campus, behind Nor- Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2
Lg, ibr, 1ba hat/ac, wahr/dryr, dishwasher man. Pets allowed. Leave message 375yrs.. Perfect for small typesetting job.
.f 1 bedroom apartment, furnished or unfurnished Last & security paid.' SAFE Need R'm.t'or' great 2br 11/2 ba 1000 5451. .11-2-5-5 Good machine for small type shop. System
rent negotiable. WILLIAMS- GUARDED PLACE 392-4792/472-2928 sq ft T-house with w/d close to UF for Includes 3 rolls a In. RC film & 6 font
{ BURG VILLAGE 3761253. 125.302 after' 600pm.: 10-31-5-4 $187.50mo 1/2/ util. Mike or Kevin NOV 1st fm rmt 230.,1/2ftdposlt: cozy disks. 83.500080. Call The Alligator
378-6749. 10-31-4-5 house, washer/dryer, no weirdos' please 373-9926 for more Info.'
PETS OKIIIIIIIIII Sublease: M/F/ 2 room .v.llin 3bd2bthapt call Leslie 3752372. 11-2-5-5
k Great NW 1 bdr. duplex apt wyard In Country Village Avail '.11'' Female' non-smoker to share 2br 2ba aptw Alpine' Kenwood, Sony and SO more
Economical gas heat, paddle fan, l80/l86mth.. Call Lynn 336-4354 or same. $245 1/2 utll. must like cats, Roommate wanted N/S to share 4 b.dbr.ndl are alt at our New Location)Car
.""'IIc $2S8/mo. 373-5018. 103182STUDENTS *, 371.g478. 10-31-5-4 335-3764. 112820.5, room 3 bath house with pool & hot tub, Stereo Specialists 3218 NW 13 It. 372-
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FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE AUTOS *


Crlmestoppar Car Alarms, K-40 Radar MICRO/CENTER Computers 376-1146' CUSTOM COMPUTERS 286-12 w/1' meg 10 AUBURN/FLORIDA/ tickets, together! 77 Ford Tblrd ac pi pb amfm new starter,
Detector, Infinity, Sanaul, Sony, Editor's choice Hewlett Packard ran, 43 meg hard drive, graphic monitor Call 904-654-4141' and ask for Tim. 11- battery alt, needs trans work, but driv-
Orion, Bazooka, Horn or Car Starao.Wa Northgate M/C/ Prices lower than $900. Other systems available, 332- 2-5-6 able. $200 obo 372.8740 Ive msg 10-30-
Beat All Prices 3733754. 12-14-76- mallorder. Systems below Include '1mb 8333. "1119156XT 4.0
t 40mb ((28ms) Harddlsk, graphics monitor. YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING
MC 28612$948, MC 386SX- $1086, computer 640k, turbo, EGA color, From the company that'a made 15 of 24 88 Honda Prelude S, 33,000 miles auto
ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: Northgate 386/20- $2499. Leading Edge 20meg HD, 144k ft 360k floppies mouse, Super Bowl rings. Joaten'el There la sunroof, $11,500" obo Call 335-2875.
Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba, 386SX laptop w/40 MB hd ft battery- modem Lots of great software, $650 Rob a difference; look for III The Acropo. ,10-30-4-9
Crunch, Haller MEI) VSE alarm Lanzar $1995.1 I & 2 year warranties. Onsite war. 3778878. 10-29-3-6 lie. 10-29-1-6
125 NW 23 Ave 371-4378.' 12-14-76-6' ranties. Panasonic "1180 printer. $185. 1984 Mitsubishi Slarion LE, great cond.
HP Laser Jet lip- $987. 3743 W. UnlversliyAve. Must Kill) One-way ticket from Gainesville Only 56k miles, dig. dash, sunroof, pw, pi,
12-14-52-6 to Denver on Dec. 23, ,1990. $'80. tinted windows, mags Sporty car, great
DISCOUNT HI-FI Jimmy 374-9250 after 2:30pm: or beeper 7 REAL ESTATEHome price. Only I $2500. Mike 335.2857. 10-
722 S. Main S The Red Bldg. RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem 374-1283' Iv message. '10-31-5-6, 30-4-9.

WE ARE CHEAPER nants for your dorm or apartment. We for sale? Land for sale? Buyers'
deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. 377. Triathlon Centurion Dave Scott bike, Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell 77 Honda Civic 5-speed, runs great,
1214766CAR' 5265.6 blocks E. of campus. 11-14-20-6, Shlmano 105 components Call 376-6392 your property pass you byl Alligator Classifieds looks good reliable transportation $900
$450 10-29-3-6 offers you the cheapest way 'to obo, call Bill 376-5860 or see at 3021 NE
ALARMS Installed remote control "Light up Clipboard take and read notes keep your real estate In 'the public eye. 21' Way Gainesville. 11-1-69, ,
truck or van fully guaranteed will
any car In dark It holds letter or Legal size paper Moped '1986 Jawa Excellent ehape-$300. Where else can you keep your property In
demo. Call 336-9183' student Iv. mes Call 3361105. 10-31-4-6' 1981' Dodge Omni 4-speed, rebuilt carb &
and uses two AA BAtteries. $23 PPD. the market for as little as four dollars a
sage. 12-14-37-6 Write to Sylbert Jones International day? To make It even easier, you can 'trans very dependable, good mpg runs
Trade 115 W 162 Street Bronx, NY YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING place your ad over the phone; all you great. Asking $975. Call John 377-9050
2400 BD MODEM $98 10452. 11-7-12-6' The ring that's always' finished and need Is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call Iv mess. 10-31-5-9'
polished on the Inside. Joetenal 373-FIND ad.
today to place your
WORD PERFECT $135 Race ready Allan carbon-fiber racing There le a difference; look for III The AUDI 5000 ?

CALL ELITE 3351300. bike. 57 cm. Campy CR & SR. Mazic Acropolis. '10-29-1-6 1979 sunroof power everything runs ok.
open 4 c.d. rims $500 obo. Very Fasti $500 obo Call 336-9130.' 102939For
11-6-44-6., 37-8g8Ieave, 10-29-5-6 WATER PURIFIER Brand new Paid $175
message. MUST SELL CHEAP $125' or best offer 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED Sale 1987 DODGE CHARGER White,

CRAMPED? Well-built loft perfect for organizing 377-6724. 11-1-5-6, S-speed, a/c, AM/FM Stereo Cassette.
-&PRODIGY.InlffKliv dorm space $75 obo. Very REPAIR Best Offer Accepted 3352868. 10-29-3-
Rockford Fosgate "15 subwoofers $140' Precision Small Engine. Pickup & Delivery 9
"Pmaut" Snvicf sturdy. 334-9745 Iv message. Must Sell.
10-29-4-6 obo available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace,
Available at ELITE today. Call 335-1300.' Queensize semiwaveless waterbed w/ across from Alley Katz 336-3825. 10-31-' '84 blk Nissan Pulsar: sunroof Pioneer

TECHNICS Stereo System 200 watts, away healer $90 obo Jeff 3367770. 10-30-3-6 37-8 stereo, Sspd immaculate Interior, $2500
11-9-10-6' speakers, dual cassette wood grain (neg) Call 3739840. 10-30-3-9
COMPUTERMacintosh SE-20 mb HD, 1
Blue Garrelll Moped For
finish $600. obo Call 332-5978 leave
ODEL 20 GAL FISH TANK 1 month old 10-30-5-6 mb RAM. 1.4 mb super drive carryingcase Sale Great For Campus Good Grad must sell: 1979 wh. Olds Delta 88,
with hood and light. $70 obo call Steve message. software. 1 year old. $2,000 454- Condition $225 OBO runs good, cold air, new brakes. Needs

3355906. 10-31-5-6 Large dorm-size fridge, G.E., like new 4932.5.8" Call Jeff Anytime 378-7914. 0.30.5.8 minor body help. $800 obo call Dave
$90. Marushln helmet small 3354135.' 11-1-5-9
racing excellent
FOR SALE: Fender Squire bass guitar. cond, $80. Call 377- One 4-month-old Timberline mountain HONDA 500GL SILVERWING runs great.
gorgeous
Great condition, must sell, call 334-6583, 1977. 10-29-3-6 bike, great condition $280. Call 377- $650.00 Obo. Call Nick ASAP 3369804. '85 Honda Prelude, grey, 5-speed, a/c,
ask for Mark. 10-29-3-6 0209. 11.,-5-8 10-30-4-8 sunroof, stereo brand new clutch, 68k
asking $5000. Call 338.0654.5.11

SAPP'S PAWN 8 GUN VVVV
Alley Katz 74 Dat wagon. Needs tuneup, possible
ES ORS headwork. New brakes, alternator, bat.
TV a VCR STEREO 9 AUTOSORANGE
tery & cables. $700 obo. 375.1477 Ive

I Open until 1am "We Guarantee All" J > NINA'S COSTUMES < J AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW message. 10-30-3-9

1636 W. UNIV. 375-6462 RATES, low payments fast drive- Convertible Super Beetle 1972 Must..,
Mon Thurs 111 NW 6th St 373-5655 thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277 completely restored. $6000 or beat offer
377CARS. WE CARE. '.'-20.9 371-4131' or see at 1132 S. Main. 11-8-
10-9

John Telford Brand new 90' Eagle Talon, fully loaded,
Personal Fouls tinted windows, car phone. 7000 ml. Ford Mustang '1974. New timing chains"
Take over payment. Call Dan 843-9410 brakes. Extra starter, alternator Runs,
?A TSULIiJl YOU fiKAIXtf 50,you R1m SORT you rtftaJT( '/ IJn .,'I 4 A WA. ACK w1 up Ive msg. 11-1-5-9' $300. Call 378-2067, ask for Rick. 10-
aRrEw 1594r f lbu'R? Na.N RED PrcK Ar 7: 31-4-9
THIS Rwrflcflu R WkrS OF VouQ F sr ,
TMtR2 IS = 41Artytt Sw UF: f3A91. WEAR hjook&CrrriiJB T frM A t n-0 TO<3.vjwy Go 1Wm-- NFL T Tc 84' Suzuki SJ-410' (Samurai) Convertible
Sill i z kbft MG bJ Off kJi rK you t MAK"u'r'ba Sports Top a/c, radio, 70K asking $2,750. Nissan 300ZX '1986 S-speed am/fm/tape,
a w ,cS... N s ruu.ro14S Call 338-0478 Student. 10-296-9 air, T-top, excellent condition $8500 or
t best offer. Call 3328473. "11-'0-0.9

** '1969 LEMANS Loaded, Hot Pink, Rally
MAsr4A%W typ R Stripes, Great Shape, $3,500, Call 378- 1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door

2559. 10-29-5-9 locks, seats windows, a/c, auto, wht
V4ari ext/blue Int. am/fm tape. Exc cond-must
j '76 Triumph Spitfire conv. red wblack sell, best offer 334.5053.9.28.9
C/ Interior, exc. condition, runs ft looks
e oe 'jtWTfeliW great. $3000 obo Please call 3755490.

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10 WANTEDLocal
1969 Beige VW convertible Beetle, new
top, new paint rebuilt engine 2200 obo
Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class
call at 376-9802. 10-29-4-9
Tyler Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine
Ilk I2S. 3739243. 12-14-76-10'
CHEVY Z-28 Camaro 84 Perfect condition Jewelry

Inside and out. Tint, bra, new tires.
NEED CASH? Sell me old comic
Runs great) $6800 obo. 3716917. 10- your

1 1\ttr Mj.'r5 O O ByDeyleftSlerMckyWBUUHOW .1 30-8-9 2 books.FLA/GA Call TICKETS 3320594. 10-29-5-10

Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew
NEEDED Please call 332-4706
clutch, tires, starter. 84k miles a/c,
S'M GUS IN, '111+1'I'l .,I s e4ITk3 am/fm asking only $1600' or best offer call 10-30-5-10

GONNA DC FCRtY NCAit 1111.1. PlS 4Ct.rIMPOSSlPeliLE Lay'sA 3345290. 10-31-6-9
I NEED 4 AUBURN TICKETS .
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To FIND YOU -
of HIM TRY TOHe
OPPONCNT WHOU- SAY 1 11' VOUT DONY POGO? P1 0CRIMINALS. 1984 Chrysler Conquest 2.6 liter turbo- Will pay top $$$. Call 9042921948leave
I MB MATBMB
veVWEiZS! "11-2610I
message.
NKlS charged. AM/FM cass. Runs & looks

HIS OONT HAFTA A/KI 'CM good. $2200 obo Call Pete @ 3786790.
10-30-5-9 I need 3 tickets to Florida Auburn. Will
J6S' GOTTA NOT NATO 'BAA
pay top $$. Call 376-4337 leave message '
AS PATRIOTICALLY AS S OO! Ilk
or ask for Sheri. ,11-2-6-10
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HALLOWEEN 1\ I
Wanted Florida-Georgia tickets. Please
1\1/011/1"\ / /
COSTUMES call 800-829-9752 before 5pm and 904-
642-9246 alter 5pm. 10-31-5-10'


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SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons 12 2 laser, graphics, spell check edit,
Will $ for 5.7 Fla.Gallckltl. Call leave 1.50 dbl
pay top 373-9619 message. per
boarding woodier facilities *
1233 NW 10th Ave. MICRO CENTER/ Typing 376-0339. Full
David 334-9510 leave 112710 11.5.15.1210pm
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students. accepted. 466-3224 3758080. MCVISAlnsuranceFree/ / school nights. Typing starts. & Typing A TypesettingTheses,
Need 4 Auburn licketsCIIIII04.332.11231 12-14-78-11 Pregnancy Test 1.50/pg/ Resumes $8 Self service Di... & Manuscripts. ONLYresumes
Member $2.50/hr/ ,15/page. Laser
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30-3-10 message. *SUNBELT MOVING* National Abortion Federation typeset graphics spell check theses K.B. Williams 332-1402 12-14-
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Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies. 40-12
STUDY material Florida Teacher Certification ment databases mallmerge training.
MTN BIKE FRAME 1- Item -House full. Local/Lng dlst.
Exam *FTCE* Only $26.95 Send WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC./ 12-14- PROFFESSIONAL WORDPROCESSING
Aluminum w/ possible quality components Llc/lns. Priced for Students! Marty 375-
16-18 Inches Call 334-7531. 11- MOVE. 12-14-76-11' check/money/ order to: Teachers Support 52-12 3 degrees, WordPerfect 5.1, new HP
I 2.5.10 Services Box 2585 Apopka FL 32704 ph LaserJet III. Reasonable rates from
AAA STORAGE 4078898489. 11-2-20-11 Typing/Word/ Processing. Quality dependable $1.50/page. 373-7618. 10-31-10-12
4 AUBURN TIN wanted for alumni. Call Close to UF, Convenient service. Reasonable rates..
305-739-8085 leave message. GO GA- 4x4x4 $15/mo **** LET'S PARTY ** Laser. .printer. 377-8175 til 00pm.: 12. Typing & Wordprocesslng Legal the
TORSI 1031410I 4x8x8 $30/mo Gator Boogie 371-4919' Professional DJ '
i 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 service all musical formats.. 12-14-42- quality
I need 1 or 2 Auburn tickets. Call CG 11 .
372-7187 11-1-4-10' FREE* Complete. writing a development' ser
I Pregnancy Test DON'T BE NEXTII vices. Resume House 371-8148. 12-14- WORD PROCESSING 24 hr service
NEED Fla/Ga tickets. and Fla/Auburn/ tickets Gainesville Women's Protect yourself with the "PARALYZER" 76-12 $1.50 dbl sp pg $2 same day. Word
call 336-6364, Anytime. Will negotiate. HEALTH CENTER Keychaln unit or home canister $11.95 + Pefect 5.0 spell check edit. Call 378-
1031310Wanted 720 NW 23rd Avenue $1.50 shipping (checks OK.) Dade Enterprises Typing/Wordprocesslng./ WordPerfect' 2067 Rick.5.2
377.5055 PO Box 164407, Little Rock AR 5.1. quality work fast results, low rates,
FI/Auburn and FI/GorglaUck"l. ABORTION (To 24 Wks) 72206 or call 501-376-2467. 10301011 dependable, personal service. Tara 332- QUICKSILVER WP
Will pay top $$. Call Nell or Alan at 335- BIRTH CONTROL 1469. 12-14-76-12 373-3191. Fast, accurate. & guaranteed!
6410. Ive. msg If not home. 10-31-3-10 Gynecology Services 11-2-5-12
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3737318. 11-1-4-10 ) College Scholarship Locators pob Full sets $18 Fills $13 Hot oil 378-5465* 3500 W. Univ. Ave.
1881 Joplin MO 64802-1881. 800-879- Manicures p.dlcur..lImlled Time Only. Alachua Word Processing 12147612Put
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Mini storage at 1-75 A NW 39th Ave AVON 375-8967
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CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The .S. NANNIES NEEDED Top Pay-Top MODEL wanted lorpholograph.r' ATTENTION all campus organizations!
Independent Florida Alligator. Mutt own Families, NY and Vicinity, Au Pairs portfolio. Pay Is $20 an Need $$$? Participate In a simple 1 weekoncampus NAACPFlorida
reliable van or pick-up truck and ba available Only Inc. 1-BOO-488-6699. 11.7.30.13 hour & prints. No exp. nee. POBox marketing project. Call Jill at Regional Conv.nllonCAREER
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from 5 a.m., until II a.m. Monday 24171 Gnsvlle 32602. 10.29-5.13
INTELLIGENCE JOBS. FED CIA, US FAIR100's
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through record and valid Florida driver IIeania. Customs, DEA etc. Now Hiring. List- Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate Art art ed, graphics, etc-part-tlme art lettering of Professional Job Opportunities:
Pay par route plus mileage. Ings. ((1)) 805 687-6000 Ext. K-9483. In new drug study for the treatment job close to UF. 10.15 hrs per Accounting, Banking/Finance/ Customer
week. $4 hr to start. 288, .
per Reply-Box
10.31.21.13 of athlete's foot. Call 3315379. Service, Data Processing, Computer ScIence
Apply at the Alligator olllcei, 1105 WestUniversity
Ovllle 32602. 1125.13 .
Avenue. Ask for the routedrlv.r 121435.13 Education, Engineering, Food Service
Travel Sales Representative Wanted, Hospitality/Leisure, Insurance,
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Em outgoing, aggressive self-motivated Individuals Do you love kids? Experleced Delivery person. Must have car. Must be Marketing, Maintenance, ManufacturersMedical ,
Action/Equal Opportunity or groups to market Winter and babyaltters needed. Set your wage and able to lift 60lb boxes. Part-time. Very MIS Public Administrators,
ployer.Jobs Spring Break trips on campus. For more hours. Call Moms Network News at 374- flexible hours. Some weekends necea- Trade, Technicians, and more...Numer.
information call Student Travel Services 6563. 10-30-5-13 sary. $4/hr./ Call 3777296. 10-30-2-13 ous national regional and local employ
In USA and overseas. All occupa 1-800-648-4849.. 10-31-10-13 era participating.........
tions. Don't limit yourself" to those few Sales help needed, self-motivated, bicycle Seniors
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Capable rider to help me exercise my 4th graduate students minorities,
companies that recruit on campus. Jumpstart level trek stallion. No upper dressage experience knowledgeable, capable of promotion women strongly encouraged to attend.
your Job hunt. Contact College recruiters NEED 20 BUCKS needed Just basic ability. Call to management, sports enthusiast help
today. Write to C.A.S., 652 W. TODAY? 376-4377. 10-30-4-13. ful. Laurie 378-6729. 11.2.5.13BUSINESS Where: R.m.dalnn, North Monroe
Palm Ave. Placenpla, Ca. 92(70. 11-21- 1-10 and N Monroe
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WANTED child care and light housekeeping Tallahassee, FL
required la a plasma donation. for 3 boys ages 6, 3, & 3 mos. Must When: Saturday, November 3, 199010:00am4:00pm
Paying $75 to qualified volunteers participate Earn up to $120 this month. New donors
be .v.llabl.lrom 2.30pm: 7:30pm: weekdays : :
In new drug study for the treatment only; with this coupon only. Come Intod.yl 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS
and some weekends from 10 am ft Send Resumes ASAP to: NAACP Florida
of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call Alpha Plasma Center
7 pm $5/hr to start. Call 375-6858 between State Job Fair P.O. Box 28754, Jacksonville
331-5379. 12-12-63-13 9 SW 1st street. Q'vllle 3789204.THERE'S .
7 and 8 pm only. 11-2-6-13 terminals t pc's, buy,sell, Fl. 32218-6447 (Deadline Date: Oct
trade,rent & repair. Great prices QUALITY 29, 1990)) p'
Close to University. Perfect job for mature CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 12-
couple. Help maintain large yard, 14-76-14 YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING
STill TIME TO PREPARE home and care for 3 children. Will furnish Make It unique, make It yours, make It
poolslde furnished apartment wcent air $ MONEY BY MAILS Joatenel There le a difference; look
on premises util. and $350/mo. No chil Local Financial breakthroughl for III Florida Book Store. 10-29-1-14
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Hair Removal O'Connell Center scheduled? Luncheon planned? w/gold/ trim setting on Homecoming Fri
Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for Let everyone know what's happening by day night. Sentimental value. Call 904-
Info about the PERMANENT removal of Upcoming EventsA placing a classified adl' 733.9423 collect. 10.31.5.20
unwanted facial ft body hair 374.4307. _

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(Gary Lewis and the Playboys, Gary U.S. Computer entertainment network WENT BOWLING? It's fun, It's different. tiger stripes on legs white tummy &white
$STUDENTS GET CASH Bonds, The Box Tops The Tokens, and Multi-player live action games I Alley Katz open until lam Mon.-Thurs tip on tail. Call 613-369-5098, after 11-1
For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's The Chrystals-) November 2 at 8.00pmOennle Meet new friends/real time chat 11116.17 call 309-263-2928. 11-7-10-20
372-1226.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Cen- Millir LiveNovember International relay net forums!
tral City 12-14-76-18 4 at 8:00: pm Free trial membership: call FOUND: Jacket In CSE classroom week
M.C. Hammer In Concert. ((904)) 375.3500 24 hrs (modem only) 18 RIDES ol 10/22. Call Danny 3346585. 10-29-3-
SAVE ON RAYBANS November 6 at 7:30: pm 20
University Opticians .. Mandrell Christmas Show ... Computer Tutoring ... $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp./ $30 one way.
300 SW 4th Ave. 378.4480 with special guest Irelene Mandrell! 6 yrs ol weekly Frl/Sun. bus trips Pets LOST: platinum hand chain. A gift from
12-14-76-15 December 5 at 8:00: pm Problems In Pascal ft C? Call the best, ok, pkg. transported. GMG trans 336- my Mom, very special to me. REWARDII
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A FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC FOR TICKET INFORMATION
( Serving UF since 1977 11-4-6-15 Hit the Birdie! Sign-up for Badminton Singles II your Rickshaw Is getting a little creaky, FOUND: Cat- tabby with mostly black
Most Insurance accepted Tourney by Oct 30 In 214 Fla Gym. find a ride here in the Rides section! grey, white. Wearing green leather collar
2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave. Play begins on Nov 6. 10-30-2-15 w/ bell & flea collar, found In the Pines.
Dr. Steven Schargel PANAMA JOE'S WANTS YOUIWe've I Any student needing ride to Cleveland Call335.4345.'eaye' message. 10-30-3-
373-7070 lowered our rates, come play poolat Get your Kicks and try your foot In the OH. area lor Thanksgiving hoi. willing to 20
12-14-76-15 1986 prices! Check out these .specials Recreational Sport's Soccer Goal shootIng split gas $ call Randy at 377.2855 Iv.
: Sunday $1 1 Bud longnecks, 8 Ball
msg 10304.18 FOUND 5-6 wk. old kitten
contest on Oct 30, 5pm at Norman : grey tabby by
***GET A GRIP*** tournament Monday 2-foM pitchers, Fleldl 10-30-2-15 Norman Hall on 1023. Call to claim 377-
.2' Call I ACTS 3767105The 99c long neck I, Tuesday League night, 5887. 10.30.3.20
come Join our leagues! 09< longnecks 19 PETSFor
Spirit-filled The Reitz Union Barber and Style Shop
Wednesday 2-toM liquor drinks, 89* has LOST bracelet on 10/19,
Campus Ministry the most experienced staff In Gaines : gold rope possibly
121478.15 .longnecks, 9-ball tournament. Thursday ville. From Flattops to Razorcuts Permsto Sale-Samyod puppy-pure breed. I during Gator Growl. Very special!
$1 1 Jack Daniels all night. Panama Precision cuts. No matter what your have all the papers Born on 62190. BIG reward. Call 3347562. 11-1-5-20
SKYDIVE Joe's- the only place for pool players! hair texture or need, we have the right Has had all shots. Want $400. Call 336-

5 Skydive with The Williston Skydivers 3431 SW Archer Rd. 3777665. 112615 Stylist for you. Call 392-1610 for an appointment 0682. 10-30-8-18_ LOST. Set of keys w// approx. 6 keys on

4 336-7970. 12-14-73-15 or stop In Mon-Thur 8.6, Frl plain ring with a dog leash type hasp.
85. or Sat 9.2 at JWRU Grd. 11-5-7-15 Greyhound 9moa., all shots, all papers, Lost on 10/24 around noon In vicinity of
.r Handsome Independent, guy, wants to house-broken, playful, well mannered basic science bldg., Newell Rd., MuseumDr.
meet attractive girl with a Hair lor the great with children, needs good home! Call 378.8661. 10-31-4-20
SKI SNOWSHOE! romantic. 16 CONNECTIONSGAY $80 o.b.o. 378.4827, 11-2-8-19

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ticket, skis, 1 hour lesson, Apres ski FI 32607 ? 81? QUESTIONING? 20LOST & FOUNDLOST S.F.C.C. If found, please call S. Smith
party 1 Breakaway Tours 377-6369 10.31.4.15 GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs 335.5998. 10.30.3.20
Space Is limited! 10-31-16-15 Info/Referral/Consultation 12-14-76-16
SANDY-I hate It when we're apart like : Gold specs. Woke hungover w/o/ FOUND: Lorus watch found on 10/19/ behind -
this! I think about you constantly and "I'm EYE-EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease my glasses. Lost at party at Greenwich greenhouses on Museum Rd. Call
MARDI GRASOnly only happy when we're together! Love, treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. Green opts on 1018. $20 rwd 377-0276. Paul at 335-4296 to I I.D. 10.31.3.20
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$159. Don't miss this party weekend JASON 376-1288. 10-31-20-16
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Auburn's SEC title hopes alive with 17-16 win I



United Press International and No. 16 Wyoming beat Texas-El Paso
1710.
Auburn's designs on a Sugar Bowl bid Also, 17th-rated Clemson defeated Wake
nearly went awry in Starkville, Miss., as the Forest 24-6, No. 18 Michigan downed Indi-
squeaked past Mississippi State 17-
Tigers ana 45-19, Baylor upset 19th-ranked Texas

16.The Christian 27-21, No. 20 Southern Cal topped
Bulldogs scored with 2:33: remainingonly Arizona State
13-6, No. 21 Arizona held off
to have Auburn linebacker Darrel Craw
Washington State 42.34, 22nd.rated Oregon
ford block Joel Logan's extra-point
attempt. beat Stanford 31-10, No. 23 Louisville
The Tigers boasted a 405-292 advantage in trounced Western Kentucky 41.7,24th-rated
total yardage In handing the Bulldogs their Penn State blanked Alabama 9-0 and No. 25
10th consecutive SEC loss. Texas A&M beat Rice 41-15.
"I guess I am the only one who thinks they
Washington Coach Don James is
have a good team said Auburn Coach Pat a ner-
vous wreck until kickoff, when all of his
Dye,who faces UF Saturday night at Florida
blues
pre-game inevitably turn
Field. The game turned out exactly like I rosy.
The winner of week's
expected, but I hoped it wouldn't be that next Illinois-Iowa
close at the end. showdown in the Big Ten will need that
month of Rose Bowl preparation to beat the
Kickoff for Saturday's UF-Auburn contestis
7:30: p.m ESPN will televise the contest. surging Huskies, who virtually wrapped upa
New Year's Day trip to Pasadena withSaturday's
Miami had a much easier time of things s -
46-7 rout of California.
Saturday in dumping Texas Tech 45-10 at
Lubbock, Texas. Greg Lewis rushed for a career-high 205
yards at Seattle to break Washington's sin-
Craig Erickson threw four touchdown
gle-season rushing record as the sixth-
Miami rebounded
passes as easily from lastweek's
ranked Huskies took a two-game lead atop
loss at Notre Dame.The Hurricanes
registered 10 sacks and limited the Red the Paciflc-10 Conference standings.The .
Raiders to 93 total yards. Huskies improved to 7-1 overall and

Florida State also won easily, stomping 5-0 in the race for the Rose Bowl. No other
Louisiana State 423. Pac-10 team has fewer than two conference

Amp Lee ran for three touchdowns at losses with three games remaining. The
Tallahassee and Florida State forced five Bears, 5-3, had a four-game winning streak

turnovers en route to Bobby Bowden's 200th snapped.
career coaching victory. They're the best team we've faced this

"Am I too old to start for 300 the 60yearold year," said California coach Bruce Snyder,
Bowden joked after becoming just the whose team dropped a 52-24 decision to

11th coach in Division I-A history to reach Miami Sept. 15. They're better than

the milestone triumph. guess if I can live Miami.
to 80, I've still got a shot Lewis carried 29 times and scored on an

Elsewhere,No. 2 Nebraska whipped Iowa 11 yard run and a 56-yard reception. The -
AUBURN SPORTS
State 45-13 No. 4 Notre Dame beat Pitts- senior tailback became the first Husky to Auburn linebacker Darrel Crawford blocked Mississippi State's final extra INFORMATION point I

burgh 31-22, fifth-ranked Illinois downed rush for more than 1,000 yards in two different attempt Saturday, giving the Tigers a 17-16 victory.
Wisconsin 21-3, No. 7 Brigham Young de- seasons. He gained 1,100 yards in 12
feated New Mexico 55-31 and eighth-rated games as a junior and now has 1,126 In eight times to keep the Cornhuskers unbeaten. fourth period as Notre Dame withstood a

Colorado topped slumping Oklahoma 32-23. games this season. Nebraska ran 70 times for 557 yards while 384-yard passing game by sophomore Alex
Top-rated Virginia had the week off head- Lewis registered his ninth straight 100- completing all four of its pass attempts. Van Pelt, who completed 37 of 51 attempts.

ing into Saturday's home matchup against yard game and 13th in his careerbreakingHugh "We ran the ball well today, but well Illinois stayed unbeaten in the Big Ten

Georgia Tech for the Atlantic Coast Conference McElhenny's team record."I probably be criticized for not throwing the despite three lost fumbles at Madison, Wis.
title. was impressed with our guys," said ball enough:said Coach Tom Osborne,who Jason Verduzco threw for two scores and
Rounding out the Top 25, No. 12 Georgia James. "I can't remember a team that has faces Colorado next week in Lincoln. "We Mel Agee was credited with two of the mini's
Tech outlasted Duke 48-31, 13th-rated Iowa been so dominant in big games,even thoughI feel confident we can throw the ball and four fumble recoveries.At .

trounced Northwestern 56-14, 14th-ranked I still worry myself sick all week. probably will in our next few games." Provo, Utah, Ty Detmer threw for 464

Texas hammered Southern Methodist 52-3, At Ames, Iowa,Leodis Flowers rushed fora Raghib"Rocket"Ismail broke open a tight yards and five touchdowns against a blitz-
No. 15 Mississippi nipped Vanderbilt 14-13 career-high 208 yards and scored three game in Pittsburgh with a 76-yard run in the happy defense.



I Finnegan; advances to quarter-finals of qualifier I

-
third round,6-2,4-6,64,Sunday to main draw championships, which Proudian lost to an SEC rival, round, 4-6,6-1,64.
ByDEBRASARIUNN Writer move to the quarter-finals. begin Tuesday. Auburn's Michael Hegarty, in the Finnegan, an academic All-SEC

Alligator Finnegan was UFs best player Finnegan,whose brother Tom is third round, 6-3,7-5, Sunday. last year, has tried to improve his
UF men's tennis player Gary last season leading the team in also a member of UFs tennis team, Proudian,a left-hander,defeated serve this season.
Finnegan advanced to within one victories with a 20-18( record. beat Mark Hoppenjans of Illinois Cincinnati's Eric Toth in the first UF will host the Barnett Bank

step of qualifying for the His quarterfinal opponent will be in the first round,6-3,64,Saturday.He round of the qualifying tourna- tournament next weekend at th *

Volvo/ITCA Collegiate Champion North Carolina's Andre Janasik then defeated Ian Skidmore ment, 6-3, 6-2, Saturday. He also Scott Under stadium. Finnegan
ships this weekend in Athens, Ga. today. of Southeastern Conference rival beat another SEC opponent, reached the quarterfinals In last

Finnegan, a junior, beat The winner of that quarterfinalmatch Kentucky in the second round Sunday Mississippi's year's Barnett Bank tournament
Wisconsin's Jim Mirsberger in the will advance to the 64 player 6-4, 61. Fellow Gator Doug Tommy Alfano, in the second before being eliminated.


MEETfrom meters is held by UF sophomore Mike

II Swim teams hold first scrimmage page 16 Mykytok,who set the mark Oct. 13 with a
time of 24:39.8.:

country championship held at UF. UFs men tied Alabama for fourthplacelast
IJ JEFF BARUS Some of the men's team's standouts Included
Alligator Writer Carlton Bruner, a freshman from Since there never has been a women's year with 98 points. Kentucky was the.

Atlanta, Anthony Nesty, Jose Ballaster, conference championship run at UF, the team champion with 39 points,followed by
The UF swimming teams held their an- Lewis Fadely and Martin Zubero, the individual winner will set a new conference Tennessee ((66)) and Auburn ((84)).

nual O'Connell Orange and Blue Meet at the NCAA defending champion in the 200-yard()( record for the University Golf Course for UF also posted fourth-place finishes in

Center pool on Saturday morn- backstroke.For an SEC championship race. The 5,000- the two other SEC men's meets held In

ing.The meter course was redesigned last year. Gainesville.
unscored intrasquad meet featuredall The record is 17 minutes
of this swimmers and consistedof the women, standouts included de- previous course Since the SEC began rotating the site 6T
year's 40.5 seconds,set by Shelly Steely former
a
13 events. fending NCAA breaststroke champion the men's competition in 1972, only Auburn
Stephanie Zunich, Kristen Linehan and Lady Gator.The top collegiate time run on and Tennessee have won the event
This (meet) gives us an idea of wherewe the redesigned course is 17:42.7: by Velsenat
Dady VincentFosterfeltthe while serving as the host team.
are in our training early in the season, the 1990 Barnett Bank InvitationalThe
UF men's head coach Skip Foster said. "It Of the seven women's championships,
also gives the kids a chance to stand out meet was a dress rehearsalfor men's meet record also will be set. only four teams have claimed the title -

and race instead of just practicing everyday both squads season-opener against lou- ,After covering five-mile courses, this year' Alabama ((1986 and 1987)), UF ((1984)), Ken-
," isiana State at Baton Rouge Nov. 1. the men are running an 8,000metercourse. tucky ((1985, 1988 and 1989)) and Tenne-*
The UF course record for 8,000- see ((1983)).



16,ALLIGATOR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 29,1990SPORTS
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SEC meet I Volleyball team defeats GeorgiaBy I




true test for Alligator HUGH HENCKEN Writer


The volleyball team increased its win-
ning streak to six games with a win over
UF Georgia Friday night.
runnersThis
The Gators with an overall record of 12-11

((4-2 Southeastern Conference), are over
morning, runners from all over the .500 for the first time since Sept. 21. The
b Southeastern Conference will line up at the current win streak is the longest for the
! University Golf Course for a test of endur- Gators this season.

r ance. This victory also was an important SEC
t Just another cross country race? victory for the Gators. After starting 0-2 in
f r Oh, no. the SEC with losses to Louisiana State and
a This is the SEC Championships. Auburn, the Gators have won four consec-
j Sure, there are bigger races, like the regional utive conference matches and now are
I and national championships. among the top five teams in the conference.The .
, But an intangible aura of intensity and Gators also brought into the matcha
quality surrounds the SEC meet. People take 15 consecutive game winning streak into
this one very seriously. the O'Connell center Friday. The Gators

extended it to 17 games before droppingthe
as0' Brian Fidelmnn/ third game to the Bulldogs en route to

FINISH a four game victory 15-8,15.5, 7-15.15-10.
LINE Steffi Legall led the team with 17 kills, E
collecting three out of UPs four final points.

Runners will throw elbows and sacrifice Legall has lead the Gators all season. Sheis
their bodies to get the smallest of advan- team leader in kills,digs and service aces.
. tages. Legall also leads the SEC in digs, while UF

Just like in football or basketball, teams is second in the conference in that category.The .
Gators opened the first game with a
fight harder and pour more emotion into an
SEC contest. quick lead 7-1. UF played superior defensein

But this is not a tournament with different the first game and held the Bulldogs to

rounds. Nor is it a series of races like a track only eight points, winning the first game

meet. There is no resting in this contest.In 158.Going
into the second game the Gators
cross country, everyone lines up to run
volleyball team was riding a wave of confi-
against each other in one race, which decides -
it all. Eighty runners will battle each dence. UF stormed out to another early lead
other at the time 10-5 before shutting down the Bulldogs
same to see who can be the
offense completely with the 15-5 victory.
f best.Unlike The Gators looked flat and overconfidentin
other
sports, the contest will be
the third took the lead in
over with in less than 30 minutes. No fanfare, game. Georgia
no halftime bands. the third game 12-6 with inconsistent play
UF. The Gators made
by unforced
many
But it doesn't matter to the runners.
errors and the Bulldogs rolled with an
Former Alabama runner Brent McLain easy = 4 x < > "
r
said no matter which SEC school you're victory 157.Despite .
from this meet is what it's all about. the loss in the third game, the
Gators lost their confidence.The .
never really
"There is
no conference more intense than
the SEC," McLain said. Gators and Bulldogs played evenlyin
UF senior Dan Middleman said if you can the fourth game, but the Gators seemedto
, stand up and walk around at the end of this remember the last meeting between the
haven't two teams in which they lost a close matchin
hard
race, you run enough.
five tough games. Hale said they did not
The best action in this race will not nec-
, essarily be among the first finishers. Each want to go five games again with Georgia."We DONALD LEVAN
team's fifth runner is just as important as its were losing our intensity not our UF volleyball player Suzanne Hughes goes up for a spike against Georgia Friday. I
first, so the most crucial part of the race confidence," freshman Kim Hale said. The Gators defeated the Bulldogs for their sixth-straight victory.
could in the middle of the "Going into the fourth game our intensitywas
The come right of each team's first five pack. still down but you could tell no one was Against Georgia, UF's Hale and Kristin UF volleyball Head Coach Marilyn McC-
, count toward places the final runners going to give them the game to go five. Guetzkow were second to Legall kills with reavy said. "We have some things that we
I score. The team with With the Gators leading'' 11-10 in the eight. Suzanne Hughes led the Gators in can do that are real positive... I saw some
t the lowest point total wins. blocks with eight. real solid play. Our blocking was real sig-
fourth UF
"" game, junior Legall took chargeand .
i So don't listen to people who tell you cross
nificant
t country is not a team sport. carried the Gators to victory., "That was a really good win for the team" for us tonight"Cross

, The golf course, the site of today's races,

) is deceivingly punishing, with its long low- country meet todayBy I

, grade hills and soft grass. The morning due SEC Standings, .
.
: adds energy-sapping sogginess to the turf. .
' One of the meet's great races in recent \Auburn 341 641OF .., CHERYL BOSSEN Tennessee's men's and said his team is at an advantage
3.1
! years was the UF men's upset victory in 1987 MIuIuippI I.' 7TII1" -' Alligator Writer women's teams are the favorites running on the home course
) at Vanderbilt University. '_ 21.1' -'.2 to take both team titles and feels good about his top
Picked to finish fourth and outmanned on LSU Alabama 2-2 2-2 4-3 34K.rsucky The UF men's and women's Monday after a strong showing runners, Mike Mykytok and
paper, freshmen and walk-ons joined the 2.2 '.1 cross country teams will host in the regular season. Histori- Dan Middleman. He also said
veterans in a gut-spilling (literally) effort to Georgia Vandelb' 201.1-4 14Mfes. the 1990 Southeastern Confer- cally, Tennessee Is the most they are better than their fifth-
1 defend the team title. State Hla1urdar' 3.4 ence cross country champion- successful cross country teamin place ranking in the SEC.
I Phil Wharton, a member of that team, ships today at the University the conference, taking 24 UF women's coach Monica
d! remembers it with pride. Auburn '17.Milall,1 mauls, State 16 Golf Course. team titles in the 52 competi- O'Reilly said the Lady Gators
The last half mile, everything kind of Florida S1all 42,uiIIana Stall 3Kedudry The women's race begins at tions held. need to break up the top five
went blank" he said. "I passed out by my Mill+ 28,4Vande Georgia 24 '13' 10:15: am. with the men's race The Lady Gators duo of runners from Tennessee, Au-
'
teammates after the race. I remember hear- Perri SWI;, Alabama oat following at 11.The women will Wendy Frazier and Coralena burn and Georgia and to provide

ing a voice say 'Wake up son, you're SEC T'"11111III8I Idle -kNThis race over a 5,000-meter course Velsen will lead the pack as the maximum impact by
Champions." while the men will cover an they battle with Auburn, Ala- placing UFs top five runners in
Whatever the outcome is in today's men'sand week'i I. 8,000-meter course. bama and Georgia in an attemptto the top 25.Since .
Auburn at UF
women's races, you can expect to see Alabama at Missal pl Slate This meet marks the third upset Tennessee."I've the women's competition -
many faces of pain. MilllllaaJpplll Louisiana State. time that UF has hosted the mentally rehearsed the did not start until 1983,thisis '
But thaf just as well. ,ample Qeorgll.II Kentucky Tennessee and Vanderbilt men's SEC championships, as course in preparation for. the the first SEC women's cross'
** When you win the SEC Cross Country '. '," r.., "riJ'I..1.J.:: .!. the meet was held at UF in 1973 meet," Velsen said.
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he iih1wleeit flria Not ohc a IV aIso.alad *rIM Ihe UmI,~ sy of FNoIda VOLUME 54, NUMBER 45 P.bhI.ad by CaIPI, Coap,,tm aI.,a In r Gc oI V k I ,d A MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1990 Man charged in murder attempt on UF freshman BY MATrHEW SAUER AlfigatorWriter An answering machine message led UF police to a Reitz Union hotel moom last week where a distraught teenager sat with &.22-callber rifle, waiting for his ex-girlfriend to arrive, police spokeswoman Angie lpton said Sunday. But police arrived at the room first and stopped the Florida International University student from possibly killing his ex-girlfriend, UF freshman Heather Leibowitz, ipton said. Michael David Owens, 18, of Miami was arrested at the Union about 3 p.m. Thursday after police received a tip from Leibowitz's motherthat Owens may havebeen planning to kill himself and Leibowitz, Tipton said. She mid Owens' mother apparently told Leibowitz's mother that he was planning to kill the 18-yearold UF student. "We're not sure of the whole scenario yet," Tipton said. "We went to (Leibowitz's) dorm room. but she wasn't there. 'There was a message on her answering machine from Owens that led us to the room at the Reitz Union." Owens' room contained a loaded .22-caliber rifle in a box as well as two backpack, she said. gift-wrapped knives in a Owens apparently was depressed about the recent breakup of his relationship with Leibowitz, ipton said, describing his arrest as "non-confrontational." Owens was charged with attempted first-degree murderbased on the evidence found at the scene and was taken to the Alachua County jail, ipton said. The charge carries a minimum sentence of 25 years in prison, Tipton said Owens was being held on $100,000 bond Sunday afternoon and will require a psychiatric evaluation before being allowed to post bond, a jail spokeswoman said. Former city employee to sue for abuse on job ly JOHN F.BEaaY Migator Writer A fired city employee said Friday she will file a lawsuit against the Gainesville City Commission and the former Clerk of the Commission because of abuse she suffered while working for the clerk. Ann Reno, who worked for former City Clerk Mary Ann Frazer for two years, is seeking $5,000 in damages and lost health and life Insurance benefits. Because Reno worked for Gainesville for II years, she said she also will seek lost pension benefits. Reno said working for Frazer caused her enough stress to become sick, lose 30 pounds and visit a psychologist. "Everything I did me wrong, no matter what," Reno said. VI followed (city) procedures for years and all of asudden, they werm wrong. She would talk you down and tlIl you you were wrong. If you tried to defend yourself, you were insubordinate? Reno said she had to take sick leave in December. When that explred In Aprilofthisyear, shused two months of vacation time. She said Frazer then fird her In June. FierV who resigned As clerk on Oct. 5, said Friday she is unaware of any lawsuit being filed against her or Gainesville. "Someone could be bringing charges against you and you wouldn't know it," Frazer said. *It (the city job) is over and it's done. Pm looking at other things." Frazer declined further comment. City Attorney Marion Radson, who also is acting as the city clerk since Frazer quit, said he was unaware of Reno's lawsuit. But Frazer and thecity are prepared for the lawsuit According to a job separation agreement between Frazer and Gainesville, the city will assume damages and legal fees if Reno sues. Darla Christopher, Reno's lawyer from Starke, said Reno will sue Frazer and the City Commission next month, "They knew what (Frazer) was doing," Christopher said. "They backed her up and let her continue, Basically, what we're claiming Is, she caused stress to Reno. Christopher said she has not yet determined the dollar amount of the suit, and hopes to settle out of court But if Reno's casegoes to court, Chrtopher said she expects to win. 'The see Frater, pog. 4 Election unleashes conflict between interest groups JYMn F. BERRY Ailgator Wviter Like two armies that never tire of war, Gaineeville's competing special Interest groups have fought about everything from local sales tax to city commission seats. With the general election Nov. 6, both sides are marshaling for the next battle. FriendsofAachu. County spearheads cause that favors environmental concerns and tight government spending. Tbey also have fought several development projects in and on the outskirts of Gainesville. And they publish an opinion paper called FACT, which has about 1,000 subscribers. FAC''sopponents-which Includecommsioners, landlords and business owners -rent the publication's selfproclaimed environmentalist label. Although FACTs oppoments have no one rallying point, the pro-developmeut special Interestgroupwant. businesgrowth and expansion while attracting new manufacturing to the area. laeresultngpoWerstruggle meansa swinging pendulum in area politics. Long-time Gainesville resident and political observer Melvin Fried said Gainesville's Plan Board is a reflection of how the pendulum is swinging. "lhe city Plan Board up through the early 1970a was largely controlled by developer Interests," he said. "From the mid 70s to the mid So, most of its members did not have business or professional connections. Since then, I think there has been somewhat of a movement back to a Plan Board with significant representation with pro-devel opment interests." Fried, & professor emeritus In blo-chemistry at UFs College of Medicine slnce 1956, was a member of the Plan Bound from 1976 to 1983. Board members, who advise the City Commission on are development, are appointed by the Galioesville City Commission. Fried sys he hasn't taken sides In the environmental1st/developer fight. rm not a kee-jerk envhonmentalld and Im not in anybody's pocket," he said. County Commissioner Penny Wheat, a self-proclaimed environmentalist, launched her reelection campaign Oct. 8. While at a campaign brunch, FACT editorial board member Bill Edwards said environmentalists arecontinually fighting for the planet. "There is always the next election," he said. "hat's what keeps us going." Addressing the crowd at the brunch, UF physiology professor and Wheat campaign worker Phil Posner urged fellow workers to "be obnoxious for three weeks and tell people how great Penny is. "We (the environmentalists) have been through a number of elections and we are tired," he said. "But we have one more to go." Posner said that Wheat views Gainesville's growth as uncontrollable because there Is no urban planning. He said he wants to set Gainesville expand responsibly, "but not like New York City." Wheat is a co-founder of FACE She resigned from the see Interst. page 9 .w Via -hd' WI .V, *aa Vaa Veg 4 ~ Brockmann: Leader in many fields. 5 IF volleyball team wins sixth straight match. .16 Nose-to-nose competition Peter Simmer, a member of Pi Lambda Phi tries to snag the flag off UF freshman Heath Gelman, a member of Tau Epsilon Phi, in the annual Nose Bowl game.

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2. AJLGATOR. MONDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1990 VOLUNTEERS The Gainesville Chabntr of Commerce needs marketing assistants to stuff and label envelopes, answer phones and take messages. Select one 4-hour block on any day of the week. A decorator/smstsa is needed to help decorate the rooms in a residential facility for pregnant women. Work may be done to suit volunteer's schedule. Tutor/compmnlns are needed forjuveniles coming from acommitment facilityand awaitingplacement. Special skills in art. geography, reading, etc. helpful but not necessary. Requires a 2to 3-hour weekly commitment Recrntilonal aild needed for three hours on Saturday for residents of a community-based treatment program. Volunteers will transport residents to softball games and movies, supervise hiking trips and more. Basketball coaches needed 4-5:30 p om. any weekday for a southeast Gainesville youth group Nuinlw/heafh taioms needed to work as out-patient clinic assistants in high-patient contact areas. Includes escorting patients to testing areas, waiting areas and information centers, Phone volnt.rs needed for a hungerhotline to refer caller, to emergency food resources like soup kitchens and food pantries. Pick a 2-hour shift. For more ififin.ation, write oreall the Volunteer Centpu, P.O. Bar 14561, Gainesville, FL 3204, 378-2552. WHAT'S HAPPENING NAACP: The NAACP meets tonight at 6 in the Reitz Union. Check elevators for room number. Call Karl at 334-8090. It's an honor: The Pre-legal Honor Society meets Tuesday at 7:30 p in. in Reitz Union Room 346 Call Lindsay at 334-9453. something fishy: The Fisher School ofAccounting Council meets Nov. 1 at 4 p.m. in Matherly Hall Room 18. Calljenny at 335&697. Watch the birdy Deadline to sign up for the Recreational Sports Department's badminton tournamentis Oct. 30. Play begins Nov. 6. Sign up in Florida Gym Room 214. Call 3920581. What a classic: The National Classics Honor Society meets tovolume 84 night at 5:30 in the Classics conference room in Dauer Hall. Call Cathy at 373-5156. Speak to me: The Chinese Club meets tonight at 7 in Reitz Union Room B-70. Call Monique at 3347855. Flex: Recreational Sports is sponwring a body building workshop with nationally-ranked body builder Kin Hum Nov. 7 in the O'Connell Center weight room. Call 392-0581. Spike: Men's and Women's Int-amural Sports volleyball playoff captains meet today at 4:10 in Florida Gym Room 222. Call 392-0581. len't that special: Pastor Bob Penfro of Liberty Church will speak about Satan tonight at the Chi Alpha Campus Ministries meeting in Little Hall Room 201. Everyone is invited. Call Dave at 334-7189. Where the wild things am: The Zoological and Wildlife Medicine Club presents Dr. W. Heuschelf from the San Diego Zoo tonight in Health Science Center's Communi core building Room C1-9. Call 3359414. 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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29. i9, ALIGATUR 3 SG course guide not ready for early registration By JACK REJTMAN Alligator Wrter A course guide that Student Government officials say will help students plan their schedules is running late and won't be ready next week when early registration begins, the guide's director said Friday. Richard Shuster, a finance senior, said only about 75 course entries have been completed of the 175 that will be listed in the 1990 SG Course Guide. The 16 students working on the 100-page guide got bogged don with research because they decided to change the format of the guide, which hasn't come out since 1986, Shuster said. Unlike students on the 1986 staff who relied on teachers' descriptions, this year's staff decided to research courses themselves. Of the 2,500 teachers who were sent surveys in 1986, only 10 percent responded. Shuster said. Lombardi lectures on history Latin conquest topic of speech By MARY SHEDDEN Alligator Staff Writer When Lombardi talks, people listen. Especially when what he says is on today's test. Friday afternoon, UF PresidentJohn Lombardi took a study break from his 'flgert Hall duties to explain the Spanish conquest of Latin America to a captive clasroom of history of religion students. The seventh hour Turlington Hall class normally taught by Professor Harold M. Stahnmer was attended by almost all 145 students, who rapidly took notes Instead of daydreaming or reading a newspaper. Stahmer said the topic [ombardi spoke on, "The Impact of Western Christianity on Latin America during the 1500a," is an essay question on a test he is giving today. 'he topic was perfect for Lombardi, a former history professor with a concentration in Latin American Studies. lAmbardi said he searched through packing boxes to find old leacture material. "I was up at Sin the morning looking for my infamous note,," he said. After the 50-minute lecture and a brief question-and-answer period, economics senior Ashlee Mann said she thought Lombardi's lecture was well put together. "He was entertaining. He's a dynamic speaker," said Mann, who will review Lombardis lectum for the test. lHe gave an Interesting perspective." Stahemer said he was impressed with his boa., lecture, and he said students could learn a lot from what the president had to say 'Take all of (the information from the lecture), plus a few items from the text, and you've got yourself the 40 point esay on the tat." We're starting with zero, and it's a tremendous research program,' he said. Shuster said he hoped the guides would be done by November, but said now they won't be ready until regular registration begins in January. But students won't have to suffer through early registration unassisted, said assistant Course Guide director Sandra Lazarus. SG will set up an information booth at Tigert Hall Nov. 5-9 and Nov. 12-16, she said. All information that has been compiled so far will be available at the booth, she said. The completed guide will break classes down by teacher and include the previous semesters' grade distributions, reading and writing requirements, test formats and the instructor's policy on grading and absences. Lazarus, a liberal arts and sciences junior, said the guide should help students match their academic strengths and weaknesses with the appropriate classes. "There are a couple ofteachers in English classes that haven't given an A in a couple of semesters," Lazarus said. "This isn't an easy A guide, but I don't think it's fair for a student to takeaclass where he doesn't have a chance to get an A. "It costs a lot of money to drop a class that you're not doing well in." Provost Andrew Sorensen, who came to UF in July from Johns Hopkins University. said he hasn't yet seen the course guide but hopes it will positively reflect UF's image. His concerns that people throughout the country think of UF as a party school that has a troubled athletic program and serial killers, he said. "There is a very different message I want to get out about the quality of education here, and hopefully whoever is designing the course guide will create it with that in mind," Sorensen said If anything, the guide should help students maintain higher grades and be prepared better for their classes, Shuster said. We're not trying to encourage students to take the easy way out," he said. "We're Tying to allow students to make more informed decisions so they can balance their loads and find the courses to fit their interests and strengths.' Other benefitscould includeless students in drop/add lines and less work for UFs academic advisers, Shuster said. Freshmen, sophomores and juniors will mostly benefit from the guide because it will concentrate on general education courses, rather than upper-level classes, Shuster said. 'We're going to get most of these babies in," Shuster said, holding the listing of general education courses in UFs Schedule of Courses newspaper see Gute. page 4 MICHELE MTZ 2,000 gallons of water Tide slide UF marketing junior Alan Vinson slides across the Pi Kappa Alpha slippery slide. More than and two cases of soap were used. Gun safety needed for armed students By SCOTT NOLL1 AllIgator Writer Chris Ciotola was making his regular security rounds at the Oakbrook Walk apartments one night when, after casually approaching a tenant, he found a gun pointed at his head. Chris didn't know that all the tenant had was a BR-gun. What he did know was that this individual "a drunk and had what appeared to be a deadly firearm pointed at his skull After finally convincing the drunken tenant todrophis weapon, Chris tackled him and had him hauled off to jail. Chris later confessed that if he had a gun himself, he might have shot the tenant. Guns. 'They are weapons being used by students for home protection In a continuing battle between students and an old enemy fear. Since police found the first of the five Gainesville slaying victims on Aug. 28, many students have turned their home. into miniarmories, preparing for the worst-possible scenario. But now, more than two months later, officiala said that these "items of protection," especially the guns, will cause more harm than good. "Arming yourself might seem like the most logical thing to do, but it isn't safe," said UF police spokeswoman Angie Tipton. 'I'm very concerned about the parent that buys a gun for their daughter or son and says,'Here, put this under your pillow and use it if you have to. "' The fact that parents are giving weapons such as guns to their children without any form of training is what scares law enforce. ment officials the most. That makes mecrazy,"Tipton said. "Ithink it's Irresponsible for them to give a weapon that can take a life to someone who is naive and doesn't know the first thing about how to use I." ipton says a solution to the problem of hoe defense might be for parents to start teaching their children security measures such -locking doors and securing windows at an earlier age. Gun shop owner Mike Harden agreed that students who think they don't need training are naive." "I believe strongly that if you're going to own a gun, then you should be trained to know how to use one," said Harden, of Harden's Firarm Specialties in Archer. "Everybody should have some kind of instruction to make them a safe gun handler. You had better believe that you shouldn't be allowed to own a gun without safety training. *Irs just like a driver's license, Harden said. "You have to have training in operation and theory to have a driver's license. It's the same thing with a gun. You should have to have training in operation and theory to own any equipment that will provide defenaerespecdally if that equipment Is potentially dangerous." Harden said that students can easily get training just by calling any gun shop or even the police department for information. So far, no accidental shootings have occured, 'lipton said. But there have been instances, such As with Chris Clotola, where an Individual has pulled a gun on an officer. we Guns, page 4

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4, AWlGATOR MONDAY. OCTOHER 29. 1990 ELSEWHERE U.N. urged to send envoy to ROME (UPI) -European Community leaders agreed Sunday not to send representatives of individual countries to Iraq to negotiate for release of their hostages. They instead urged the United Nations secretary general to send a special envoy to Iraq to win the release of all foreign hostages being held in Iraq and Kuwait. The 12 EC leaders, on the final day of a two-day summit, said they "reaffirm their total solidarity in achieving the freedom of all foreign citizens trapped in Iraq and Kuwait ne heads of slate, in a final summit communique, "affirm their determination not to send representatives of their governments in any capacity to negotiate with Iraq the release of foreign hostages and to discourage others from doing so." Iraq The summit in the Italian Senate library was the first meeting of EC leaders since Iraq invaded Kuwait on Aug. 2. The heads of slate said they would "scrupulously adhere to the United Nations embargo against Iraq and to the other measures decided by the (U.N.) Security Council" and are "prepared to consider additional steps consistent with the U.N. Charter The summit communique also called for an overall solution to problems in the Middle East, expressing deep dismay at the continuig violence in Lebanon" and this month's killing of 20 Palestinian protesters by Israeli soldiers in Jerusalem. The final communique called for protectingg the rights of the Palestinian people" and called "once more on Israel to meet its obligations" to protect civilians under the Geneva Convention. Senators worry vote may hurt re-election WASHINGTON (UPI) -For the 32 senators seeking re-election, the vote on the $490 billion, five-year cut in the federal deficit was a gamble as they go into the final days of the campaign. A vote for the package could expose them to charges that they backed higher gasoline, beer, tobacco and liquor taxes as well as higher premiums for the elderly on Medicare. A vote against the package opened them to accusations that they are unwilling to do anything about the mushrooming deficit. Surprisingly, a majority of the Republican candidates -eight of 14, decided to back the package during Saturday's 54-45 vote in favor of the deficit-chopping plan. Sen. Mark Hatfield, R-Ore., was absent but he had his position recorded as no. Only six of 17 voted to cut the deficit. Sen Alan Simpson of Wyoming, who voted for the FRAZIER from page 1 Starke lawyer also said Gainesville could expect lawsuits similar to Reno's. "I know other people who bill, was asked if support for the package would become a campaign issue and hurt those who supported it. In addition to Simpson, the Republicans who voted for the deficit-cutting package were Sens. Ted Stevens of Alaska, Nancy Kassebaun of Kansas, Rudy Boschwitz of Minnesota, Thad Cochran of Mississippi, Pete Domenici of New Mexico, Strom Thurmond of South Carolina and John Warner of Virginia. The six Democrats running for reelection who supported the bill were Sens. David PryorofArkansas, Sam Nun of Georgia, Daniel Akaka of Hawaii, David Boren of Oklahoma, Al Gore of Tennessee and John Rockefeller of West Virginia Only Akaka has a close race, against Republican Rep. Patricia Saiki. Pryor and Nunn have no GOP opponents and the rest have easy races. worked for Frazer in the office and they have had problems. too," she said. Clerks severe Frazer left the city with severance pay of about $12,300. In January. the city will pay her about $14,000 for unused vacation time. She also is eligible to retain her health insurance benefits. The Clerk of the Commilsoion's duties include record maintenance and staffing. GUIDE from page 3 Many upper-lever courses and those classes taught only by one teacher will not be covered, he said. Lzarus said the guide's staff is trying to include the courses that most benefit students. 'The only thing wrong with 1986 entnes such GUNS from page 3 Tipton wants to convey that accidents might eventually happen to those who have them. "mini-armaments" in their domiciles,. "nat'svery frightening because you hear all the time, maybe not yet here, about people in other / / / / / as Swine Production and Wood Anatomy is that a lot of students don't take them, she said. The guide's staff decides which classes to include and write the course descriptions based on the classes syllabi and interviews with the instructors. "I think it will be a lot more places shooting friends, husbands or wives by accident by either improperly handling the weapon or seeing a dark shadow and didn't realize their husband got up in the middle of the night for a drink of water and they blast him," Tipton said. Joe Parker of Beckwith's Gun Shop in Micanopy agrees that if objective than the Undergraduate Catalog and a lot more informlive,"Lazarus said. Student Senate Pro-Tempore Kane Rdebaugh said hell probably use the guide to help him balance his schedule. I'm a history major," he said. 'Is important for me to know which courses have alot of writing so I don't take them all at once." there am students out there without firearm training, then accidental shootings am likely to occur. "There's a good chance that if there are not enough people out there with training that it would happen," Parker said. "There have been quite few students who have come in for training, though, and that makes me feel better* None of these will give you AIDS: kissing or saunas / mosquitos hugging / donating blood / touching object handled by handshakes / sharing cigarettes a person with AIDS public restrooms / coughing (doorknobs, dishes. swimming pools, hot tubs / sharing dealing utensils telephones, etc.) Learn all you can about AIDS now. North Central Florida AIDS Network -(904) 372-4370 Alachua County Health & Rehabilitative Services (HRS) Offers Special Measles Vaccination 8:00 am -4:00 pm Oct. 29 -Nov. 2 Basement, Florida Gym Paid by Federal Grant Limited Supply Administered in cooperation with the Student Health Care Center caring for students. Lunch at NIun' Ca 1712 WL riv Avo This Week's Super Special I 6"OClb Culbant Org $2.69| I Plus 20 other lunch species I I from $1 95 I al ahead for last takeoul 375-6969 ---Is Myrtle missing? Locate her in Lost and Found in the alligator classifieds.

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MONDAY, OCTOiER 29. D090, AUlGA70R 5 Teacher has 'the most interesting life' Anima s among faculty union pre s ident's interests By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer mmA ZmuGO R Jane Srockmann, president of the local chapter of the United Faculty of Flodda, says the faculty union works as a bargaining group for teachers' dghts. Even in the pages of her high school year book, Jane Brockmann's name was linked to animal science Maybe her classmates correctly guessed her future because they knew she scoured Chicago's forest preserves every weekend on bird-watching expeditions. Or maybe because they knew she probably read more books about animal behavior in her youth than she did on history or math Brockmann, a UF teacher for 14 years, said she's known all her life that her fascination with animal behaviors, coupled with a love for education, would lead her into academia And the colorful pic M tures of birds and ceiling-high eGN shelves of books dominating her\ Bartram Hall office prove it. ed But Brockmann, who received her doctorate at the University of Wisconsin, has much more on her daily agenda than teaching classes or using her latest national grant on a three-year project researching horseshoe crabs She's also leads UF's most powerful faculty union. The local chapter of the United Faculty of Florida, which represents about 1.600 UF faculty, is a bargaining group for teachers' rights such as academic freedom, competitive tenure and salary rates. Brockmann, who first got active in faculty unions in Wisconsin, said a unified faculty voice gives teachers some much-needed leverage in university decisions and policies. "If they all ban together, than you can get things done that you can't at an individual level," Brockmann said. "I see it as a way in which faculty has some role in the decisions that are made." And at UF in particular, the largest of the state's nine public universities, many faculty members are discouraged and discontented, said Brockmann,who isin hersecond year as local UF president. She said faculty members feel they have no power to change the rules and no say in decisions and policy-making. This helplessness pushes faculty members to stray from the school, she said. "We want to stay, but there are a lot of things that are very discouraging," Brockmann said. "Our faculty are top faculty They're people who are involved and they want to be able to say something about or have an effect on decisions." This new breed of faculty won't stand for a university where decisions are made by an see Brockman, page 7 a CL Art0A Ai SavonaIt VJ 1 NI 0 -os N1, 1C A ss A 0 So C -A&J11301 l C 111111 tome e&dhls when ________________ wemwuershtpmidsntean yourJiv Y.* o makt sail flt'swhy youshudmirtfr iest aiilttNehMth as Om vmer k hasew)y hingycu need-kdwKig a nmkz Irlxuad, nnse, 2m pyeso umdafmsvbMhadd ymLtd MigevayhimanduMrbdshabm [jcacwry Mfinh, dr h* 'si n rn dhbuwkndof ztapluurp a dhal work inthesimectnet way-ona youfelearncdone propm, you'te d onyour way llammgthemrall And disesne chitsp roommae dig doesn't hawe iuble shvdng TheAppleSupefrfmLdqipmnt wtrheytrMnhs-r dkimnand watestoNkmush, MS.D}$,(w2dAppleUi&di'ks whhm youcinshlm nxrm t ainwnh rne whouseadlfR-typem croempa Seet?h~ct shasschryumd WkIchdrwoun mdaoutche~aommres For further information visit The Campus Shop and Bookstore at the Hub and ask for the Apple Computer Representative or call 392-0194 1. The portobe oubest -n -otto, A-w, Two ,,aft --%y" oo, I alW ARBA 1h N1014 1, od N1. t0 ,~fl tT -C. S 0 .m was:Pa '., -". a. |'S ft a'n'. l'"J"EE"EECEE

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6. ALLIGATOR. MONDAY OCTOBER 29. 1990 OPINIONS A dying Dead Week As you're struggling to get through mid-terms, finals are probably the last thing on your mind, but they're something you need to think about now. Time to study for final exams is always scarce, and the traditional Dead Week is supposed to provide those extra study hours. Dead Week, the week before finals begin, is a time when professors aren't supposed to assign homework or give tests. But unless this is your first semester at UF, you know Dead Week doesn't work that way. Many professors don't seem to know Dead Week exists. Some continue giving new material right up to the day before the final. And some decide they'd like to get their final out of the way, especially if it's only a third, noncumulative test. So they give their exam during Dead Week, taking more study time away from your other classes. Members of the University Senate discussed Dead Week Friday, and Academic Affairs Associate Vice President Keith [egg pointed out that the undergraduate handbook calls Dead Week a "period of discretionary review days." [egg said that definition is probably too openended to benefit students or professors. Dead Week's definition is too vague. We'd like to see administrators adopt a more precise definition, one that includes a mandate that at least the last part of Dead Week be used for review only. We'd also like to have included in a revised definition a requirement that professors not give exams during the week before finals. And to enforce these guidelines, administrators should publicize the Dead Week rules so students know what their rights are and can report professors who violate the guidelines. The system as it is now is completely unfair to students. Some teachers review during Dead Week, some don't. Some give tests, some don't. Some assign homework, some don't. How well students do on their final exams has almost come to be a game of chance that depends on whether their professors believe Dead Week should be a time to review. All students should have an equal chance to study as much as possible for their finals, which they can't do if some of their professors violate the spirit of Dead Week. If you agree Dead Week isn't really dead and you'd like to see some changes made, contact Bret Berlin, head of the Student Government task force that's looking into Dead Week problems. You can reach him through the SG offices at 392-1665. alligator Ju4 Managig Editor M.D. Cumella Editor yA. Plunkett Opinions Editor Jacqueline Resier Letta Poley LVftf Wd m 200, e 6.0flfl t be agree. NU.s -i b wlltwd .tte en.' sas t as. Wp.u -a my s1.a "'S** w S "* 37S4 Things are definitely not the same Unfortunately, we must start off with an obituary notice. It seems that the once nationally respected and all-around well-loved Perty Gator has died. Though he lived a long and incredibly satisfying life, Party Gator was recently put to rest by a society, state and cm pus all turning conservative. Official cause o death is listed as an overdose of new rules and general disinterest by younger UP students. Three recent stories confirm theend ofParty Gator. HEADUNE: Gator Growl 1990 Fails to Offend Any. onfe. We've obviously seen the end of outrageously ir. reverent Gator Growls. What used to be the coolest night of student-produced brashness this side of the Ivy League seems destined to be a dull little night at the stadium. First, alumni pressure ended the short reign of comedians such as Robin Williams and now the skits have been ordered toned down. The first "clean" Gator Growl recently boasted skits so unfunny that the best past of the show was a review of past video sketches when students actually took chances to make people laugh. But I haven't heard many complaints. Alas, hightech light shows and stand-up routines you can see on late-night television seem to be enough for Growl audiences these days. HEADLINE: Florida vs. Georgia Game 'Ickets Readily Available Shocking! Last week you could simply stop by Florida Meld'sGate 13 on your way to clas. walk right up to a window and actually buy a coupon to the Georgia game in Jacksonville: no waiting, no need to buy scalped tickets. Though obviously convenient, this process signifies the sad evolution of the Florlda-Georgia weekend into just another away game. Party-hungry Gators used to camp outside the stadium overnight to be assured a ticket to the worlds wildest two daysof tailgating with a little football game Included to break things up. What used to be billed as the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktal Paty Is but a mild ti wry noHats off to the UF Athletic department Editr: Wte aboul: does that UP Athletics received the notice that It deserves fhr its asic recycling program. First the department made the bold m-m to uve sai. dents frm the glut cif gouvenir cwpe. Those ous pieces of m bnah .me clogging the shelves and counters of every kithe In Gn ville. si Mark Wallington CALLS TO THE WALL days. How sad that thecityofjacksonville has pounced on ribald activities so much that students aren't too interested in making the trip over. Most ironic is the fact that we're actually going to stomp the Dogs this year. HEADLINE: UF Halloween Festival Costume Contest Canceled Looks like we've seen the end of dancing penises on Flavet Field. Is nothing sacred? Why even bother goingif thesimulated spirtinggentali won't bethere From past Halloween Bals with people openly having sex in the Plaza to the new costumeless Festival with dance bands, yet another storied chapterin the history of Gator Hedonism is to be quietly closed. Obviously rm too old for this place because I remember that students used to actusib, have fun here and could still be students. Florida used to be known as the king of party schools. WelL the king is dead long live the memories. Columnist's Note: Hey, Jim Culliton, did you really think that I would put your name in the paper if you gave me SI? Journalists have ethicsand stuff like that, you know. From the Ihese guys are obviously buffoons depariment": Campes parking planners s91 they want to add two floors to the Hume Hald paking garage to create 400 newspaces. Now, waitme or dideveryone wonderwhy they didn't makettallarin thefirst place? I can't walt to se the pdce tag of adding on, compared to whatit would have cost to hae the additional floors when they bulk the thing. Corning next time: Shocking widence that John Lombardi I actually fated Green Bay Packer Coach Vince Lombardi after two years on Ukra Silm-Fast. 'Think about It. Have you ear en them both in the sane room? Meol i agens is a 0ma'ds Mw feelna jet. because fre at bt boih were thonut whies. crou Perfect recycling program am newr bom overnight. these pam" R hiuzards art 1 fl to the hones o~0=fMcifaHesolfto those SiM see for riskihgtheirc *d"WtSM Ing the has asch hardous na7L.5 'ilinrML Second, UFSmth dog realized tat ig r.s,,,w u other tize bomb being distributed by its department. Housed In a cute orngep and white exterior these mementos of the ame could be leihalalowedto fallin the wrong hands, Dauntlessly, UF athleda duced only one box of gam bals and then in a banner move distributed there as caiuf a peobL. Unbtiunaa theathlfet department policy was not peact __7 1 V NE-A& I MMML? QF11

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BROCKMANN from page 5 unseen, centra authority, she said. Other state schools, such as Florida State University in Tallahassee, don't suffer from a unsatisfied faculty because they have stronger representation than their UP counterparts, she said. UP's University Senate is too large and unorganized to get anything accomplished, Brockmann said. And the ubiquitous campus task forces will only work if the administration follows their recommendations, she said. "he faculty are a little cynical, frankly," she said. "theyjust don't believe that they're going to be rewarded." But UPs new leadership -President John Lombardi and Provost Andrew Sorensen -has the power to alter apathetic attitudes, she said. Even though both have promised to lis. ten and learn from facPs new ulty, following their -Presiden own assurances is the first step toward Lombardi a strengthening faculty relations, she mid. Andrew So Sorensen said he's has the pow met with Brockmmnn. on a regular basis apathetic at since he took office as Broclknan UF's second-in-com. mand. Meetings, informal discussions and opportunities to speak with faculty will improve relations, he said. But Sorensen, whose carter has taken him to schools both with andwithoutunions, I It ei i 'a said unions don't nec. essarily bond the faculty. edership "I think it depends John on the people," he said. "If they want to I Provost be part of the union, it doesn't matter to me. fson -But I think faculty can r to alter be unified even without a union tudes, Sorensen said the d. University Senate is a useful forum for teachers who are not in UF to discuss problems affecting them. Brockmann's mix of science and politics keeps her calendar filled and her days busy. MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1990. ALLGAMtR. 7 But besides her unusual blend of activities, Brockmann said her life basically remains status-cuo. Despite the exotic birds, insects and wasps she's studied, she owns a "mutt" named Sally She prefers to ride her bike to campus everyday, she said, because parking is so horrendous I'm like everyone else," she said. I hate University of Florida parking And in another 10 years, if predictions once again come true, Brocknuun said she'll be doing basically the same things she's doing now -teaching, researching and perhaps still a bit of politics. "I think I have the most interesting life," the said and smiled. 4 love what I do." ABr. ABrA. ABrA. ArA. AB&. ABrA. ABra. ABrA P-C. 90 SHOW YOUR STUFF PLEDGE OLYMPICS November 4 Broward Beach BrA. ABrA. ABrA. ABrA. ABrA. ABrA. ABrA. ABr&. TO I aAsM And they're both represented by the insignia you wear as a member of the Army Nurse Corps The caduceus on the left means you re part of a health care system in which educational and career advancement are the rule, not the exception. The gold bar on the right means you command respt as an A officer. If you're earning a BSN, write: Army Nurse portuniiesO. Box 7713, Clifton, NJ 07015. ARMY cowt K ALLYOU CAN K. Campus Diplomats would like to thank the following for helping with Freshman Phonathon: *Target Copy *Campus Shop & Bookstore *Royal Park Theatres *Joe's Deli *The Office for Student Services -and all those who donated their time to call. conwrtablo sofa-beds Fla. Lounger: pine frame w 6" cotton futon TWIN $159 FULL $179 QUEEN $199 Select your futon from 6 HOT colors SALE ENDS NOV 4th 8 East University Ave 375-3185 -v PMoFEBOONA. 1111a n MAKE-UP AMONSTE NM$ MONDAY BEER BASH 9-12 $5 I71 IW Un An. n STUDENT GOVERNMENT F,7 is Accepting Applications for ELECTION COMMISSIONERS to Oversee Student Body Elections Deadline: Friday, November 2 305 J. Wayne Reitz Union If you are interested in a dynamic and challenging career in sales. TTI, Inc. is the nation's largest and fastest f rowing distributor of passive electronic components resistors, capacitors, connectors). Because of extraordinary growth, the company has developed an extensive sales training program to prepare qualified individuals through a combination of classroom and on-the-job training. Representatives from TTI will be on campus November 13 to interview December raduates who are interested in a sales position in our Orlando office. Please contact the Career Resource Center for more information about TTI and also to view the video, "Careers in Electronic Distribution." TTI, Inc. 4033 E. Belknap Ft. worth, TX 76111 EOE/AA Enter the Air Force Immediately aftergraduation -without waiting for the results of your State Boards. You can earn great benefits as an Air Force nurse officer. And if selected during your senior year, you may qualify foe afive-month Internship at a major Air Force medical facilIty To apply you'l need an overall 2.50 GPA. Get a head start In the Air Force. Call USAF HEALTH PROFESIONS STATON4f-BrTON COLLECT "33"3 rVT l A I 111hooo,

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29,1990, ALLJGATR.9 1 a a' Ir INTEREST from page 1 Environment vs. Development Environmentalists believe further development would hurt the area while developers believe the environmentalists stop progress. To win politically, both sides are willing to put are. The following Is random selection porters. The po-environment side: -Mark Goldstein, former Gainesville mayor, gave $50 to the "Vote No" to local sales tax lobby and $50 each to the McEachem, Noleastein and Wheat cam. paigns. -UF physics professor Dwight Adams gave $200 to Vote No and $500 to Fuller Hl wie, Joan. gave $661 to Fuller. -Scott Caml, head of the Middle East Peace Group, contributed $100 to *Vote No. His wife, Sally, gave $100 to Notsit.n's 1988 campaign. Together. they contributed $50 to Fullers campaign. --UF entomology professor Frank Stnky gave 100to the Fuller campaign and $100 to the Notestein campaign. -UP electrical engineering professor Fred Lindholm contributed $150 to the Fuller Caneatn, $100 to the Wheat campaign end $25 the Notetel campaign. Lindholm, along wth olher medents who live near Idylwid Ebnmentary School In southwest GelneevIe, failed in February to peaunde the Alahua County Commisslon not to bui a drug rehanMtflln center wihin 1,oa hert of the school. money where their candidates of local special-interest supThe pro-development side: -The Reatons political action commitee gave $1,000 to the McKnew campaign and $500 to the lobby supporting an increased local sale tax. -The Realtors of Florida contrib* uted $1,000 to the McKnew campaign. $250 to the McGrRWcampaign, $250 to the Dek campaign and $500 to support the local tax Increase. -Gainesville landlord Nathan Collier gave $100 to McGrIfls campaign, $43 to McKnew's campaign and $5 to the Brown canpalgn. -Ben Campen, the Republican candidate challenging George KIrdpatrick for the state Senate District 8 at, gave $100 to the Dle campaign. -Pete Slog, a candidate for Machue Couny judge, gave $75 to the Deld campaign. A alt of both: -tf bay pSor David ChalMr and his wi, Jean, gave $50 to the Noteeein canwim n. Jean Chalmemt heads the local gOemMnt cowmMrte. of te League Of Wome vlets be gave NO to Mcri's cawmpig'. S.: AOlA ueny SUOW e01ar Of tassai O paper when she ran for the County Commission in 1986. About 100 people, including many FACT supporters, attended the brunch at the downtown Thomas Center. "You need someone who acts for our environment, not someone who treats water and breathable air as a commodity," Wheat said. Wheat will battle Republican Perry McGriff Nov. 6 for the county's District 2 seat McGriffs supporters include Nathan Collier, who manages 538 units in the Student Ghetto. Collier, who has contributed to can. didates who oppose FACT, gave $100 to McGriffs campaign. He labeled FACT as an "unregistered political action committee." of reportis in the 'A newspaper is in the Ing the news," he said. business of pushing a political agenda. I don't think anybody can pick up FACT and say it is an unbiased effort to inform the public. It's about as biased as Pravda." Pr14sk Is the official newspaper of the Communist Party in the Sovilet Union. FACT is a fre publication distributed on campus and throughout the city. A developer can build the environmentalit's house, but it's bad when they want to build their neighbo's house," Collier said. "The envronmentalist's house walt built by Immaculate conception." Collier mid the two extremes of the envirinmnentallat/developer conflict arm clean air and no jobs. He says the answer is somewhere in between. "Everybody In their right mind Is an environmentallst," Collier said. "We can take our environment back in time to be as pure as when Adam and Eve were born. But it would destroy civlizton." Alachua County Commissioner Leveda Bwu, who narrowly defeated the FACTbacked Ron Fller in the Oct 2 Demnocradc runoff, aid the envimnmentalist special interst was well mobillsed and fought a cam-l ndmluk a cruade tof 24,5 wi cast, Brown's victory margin wee only 275votes or about 1 percent. Brown Is now a three-time county comml, alone. blIer has never held political office. Like Collier, Brown teat oddswith how her opponents use the term 0envimnmntu." li "ir. a political busword cloaked In hoilbusiness "FACT Besides en' ness," Brown said. "it is an example of how you can take a word with a certain connote. tion and manipulate it. When you have something so basic, it's easy for people to wrap themselves in the flag." Brown said Gainesville is like a Third World country because it has a highly-paid professional class and a large, underpaid working class. The gap could be filled with environmentally safe, manufacturing jobs. Candidates such as Brown, who oppose environmentalists, receive developer money The better-funded and developer-backedcandidates include Tom McKnew, who defeated W E "Mac" McEachern in the March City Commission race. The same sphere of people who contributed to McKnew also gave money to County Commissioner George Dekie in 1988. Dekle defeated environmentalist Jim Notes em, who also lost in a city commission race to businessman Jim nronPainter earlier this month. Some of the same people who gave to Brown, McKnew and Dekle also have contributed to McGriff. And the same environmentalist, who backed Fuller earlier this month also sup. ported Notestein in his 1988 county commission race. They. too, backed McEachern when he lost the city commission election and now support Wheat in her county commission re-election bid. Besides environment/developer Issues, the special interests alsa battle about referendums. In March, the lightly-funded environmentalists backed the 'Vote No to Sales Tax" political action committee. The developera supported the well-funded "Make Sense Citizens Committee" in an effort to raise the local nalef tax from 5 to 6 cents. County voters rejected the tax by a 2 to I ratio In Maich. The no-tax lobby collected $557 while itsopponent receivedS81,Mthat's 4 cents for each "NO" vote compared to $1.81 for each OYea" vote. Campaigning Is difficult when trying to weather Gainesville's political polarization, said Mike Murphy, a UF senior who lost the City Commission District 3 race in March. With little funding. Murphy finished third In a field of three. "It would be nice and simple If you could tell people how you feel on the lsue, he said. "But it take money to reach people. The special Intereetsroups hae the money." ment/developer issues, the special interests also battle about referendums. -4? CRAIG AUER

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10, AJGA1'OR MONDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1990 BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND Iligator lassifieds FOR RENT: I FURNISHED Housing Available. I blk to UF, coad Co op, all nil paid tno so 10 meals weekly parking. laundry, 8210 pere .CL 0 117 NW 5th St 377-4269 f2-14-62-0 FOR RENT one bedroom, bath. kitchen one half block from law school call 3763180 GREAT LOCATION 7 SW 24th St $240 ma 10 3D0-S FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Stroll to UF ron this 2BR alff.erny Iude some utile 275 Key Manaerent 372 3060 *0-3 -I-S Walk to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR270-$260, 2 BOR $335. NEW Townhouse $440 Sec Plus.MR Pool, laundry, no catsor dogs Santa Fe Trace Aprs 378 1100 12-14 78 2 Oak Glade Apis near Us & VA. quiet washer/dryer available In most units for $20nl Cats Allowed t!)-2B, I & 26Bath 8250 $375 see A IMF 372 6422 12-14 76-2 INCREDIBLE ElIliony Apr Siadtingat 8*21 Startin at 8235 2 Bedroom CREST 10 NW 39th Ave 37.49" 3754"1 12 14 76 2 -Chock Our frov Spwiais' All Ar msnlla Available FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Roommates Avalabie Wers No I REGENCY AKS 378-5766 3230 SW Archer Road COUNTRY GARDENS 373-4500 2001 SW io, Street 12"14-76 2 SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM APT ONLY U LYWJB APT 4me oW OTh AV. 3774717 12-1472 LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASE? 8250 moves you in Close to UF and Shafida 370-1248. 10-0-20-2 4bd/2ba apartmenl. W/D. cent an, 5 bike fram campus, well lit partkin ."lts ok, 8730/rmb clean. nice, avallale in I Call 377-S. 10e2S.10-2 ROCKWOOD VILLAS-lbdj2ba with study, blinds, and unit sl75/mo Call 335-2703. 10-2-10-2 1 bedrea, apartment, furnished or unfurDished. rmnt ne otiable. WILLIAMSBURG VILLAGE 576-1253. 12-5.30.2 PETS Ollullfll Great NW I bdr duplex api we yard Economical gas heat. padda ian. loC 8259/mo. 3s-5W, 10-31-8-2 FOR RENT: UNFURN. WOOD FLOORS, Cling Fan, Clew it tub, tons of windows. AC, 2 biks to UF. I bd apt For $24mo Oct Free w/ dposit,. el .0. 1029-5-2 NIne month Iea for this SW 29R apt near shopping Cent air. new paint $285 Key Management 372 3080 10Attractive 2bdrelbas 2nd-floor apt in a quad 8275 3002 NW 6th St call 3737132 10-31 -5-2 Foxmoor TH 28R 1 5 BA Dishwasher. hook-ups, near 34 St shopping. UF Pool complex 8450 Key Management 3723080 10-31 5-2 Southlork Oake 21 1126A, dish washer, hook-us pool, WrI Nwear U. VA and Shanis 450 Key Manage men! 372080 1-31-52 2 bedroom apt prime local, t block from campus Must rent immid'aely 84401mO Call 377 8058 11-2-6-2 FREE RENTIl One bedroom, central air on quiet cu -do sae One month free Villaker West Call 371-7777 10-314-2 ALO-A GARDEN APTS lovely 1-2-3 br, all amenities, near Shands, VA, Shopping 3009 SW Archer AD 377-0565 I1-10-15-2 ONE MONTH FREE plus water and heat paid an one bedroom at 1624 a 4th Ave waolk to Up Coffee* Park 3717777. 10-31 4.2 FREE RENTHi One month frek on studio and one bedroom apartments Walk to UF, College Park 371-7777 10-31-4-2 Apt fo, Rent in the Laurels 2br/2ba, wash/dry, sic ht Huge clubhouse w*verythirgill Aval Dec Call 335-9945, 1125-2 COUNTRY LIVING by 34SI Plaza TeR Duplex Quiet wooded 'sre. Air, pet$ a k 8275 KEY MANAGEMENT 372-30*0 10-31-3-2 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE Arredondo Farmsrentals from $2W Iac waler, sewer. garbage pick-up, lawn main. Alaame grat buys. Me Will take long tern, travel traders. 376-0281 Osn weekends too. 12-14-47 3 Tirad of yur roommate? Fo sale beot Nova 3 bdr/2 bn sales. Mn.4 sale ares. Call collect 013-7347016. I1-2. 10-3 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/AP. Lg. Ibr. Iba heetl,. weeherdryer, dish. washer Last A Meciuity paid. SAFE GUARDED PLACE 392-472/472-929S sle, G:0pm 10-31-5.4 Subleese. M/F 2 rooms availl in 3bd/2bih apt in Country Village AvaIl 1-91 810016mth. Call Lynn 33-43. or Stef 375-0478. 10-31-5-4 SUBLEASE: HSE/APT Sublet I bedroom apt through July 9' Nai 0o pool PETS ALLOWED Close to UF A shopping. 750 square feet Archer Woods Call 372-2424 11-9-11-4 Sublet-NIS F to share room $160 mo + 1/3 ut fully furnished apt must ik cats great location near campus Call 3730498 10292 4 5 ROOMMATES NIS M/F 3 bdr Fieldstone house, wood floors. ac/heal, fenced yd, par. wash/dry, m' walk to UF. Avail mmcd 855mo. I/O utit Call S36-4804 10-30-10-5 BRANDYWINE* N/S Fai needed Is share room. S160/mon + 1/3 util, lully/nicely turn, many Irass-call nowt 373-0024 111-11-5 ROOMMATE NEEDED Walk to UF 2b/lba 8175 College Park 371777 '0-31 23-5 TREEHOUSE VILLAGE Roommates available Reserve your or spring evc to UF and SFCC Purm, or unturn 8*75250 per roommate/month MZ Property 1gm Inc Realtor 3 75-0207 11-30-27-5 F to share we same n/s or smoker, maeter bdr in clean 2 bdr/l 1/2 ba lnhae, near Shands $242mo 1/2 until + 1/2 sec. pets Ok, JodI 378-7828 10-31-5-5 Wanted Neat dependable person to share 2 BR/I BA lurnished apt on SW Archer RD I o/rm + 1/2 will. Dep required 481. 3020. Greg 10-29-4-5 F to share nice quiet 2br house NE reid we/woed floors, cent to a heat, fans, grt backyard w/ env aware-nohipple.-serous stud 8225imth total Laura 373-4495. 10-20-3.5 Need F roommate to share 2bdr/Rba Oxford Manor apt. Call 613-726-5770. 11Rockwood Vilas-rnt needed for own fully fNn briba. Nice Sbr/tba condo wiall amenities. $22/m. Call 33S-9332. '03 1-5-6 ommate needed ASAP Io share very nice Zbdr/Iba condo w? fireplace Closs to UF A $FCC. 8237.W/me 1/2 utl. Call 33-un0. 10-21-5-s LAKEWOOD VILLAS n/a F needed for fom room In /2 wash/dry-baewoy-Iee salejuard tog. refit nwgtlabla+13util 33-6477 10-30-4-6 F/Nt for Spring in Ibd/2b apt/nicely furnishe full entertainment enlir/verlook a pondr/ent pon 820 50,33.4304 le.,e mesSage. 10-31-4-5 Nsed R'an fr great far I 1/2 ba Idea aq ft T-house wit wid lem to U lor 8187K. /me + 1/2 utit. Mike ar Kevin 3784-6749. 1O-91-4-5 Female non-smoke, U shief 2br 2ba pi w ame. $246 + /S gIl must Nke cal 323-7P. 11-28.20-S a CwuSCflcatdno 1 2 1 F R*Nm PW For 90 Fe WWsnhd MO*NitmS bNfk* teaftoIs For 3 Wlow ma.m LWide. i J When will your ad run? Classidads will begin TWO DAYS after they are placed Ads mailed in or placed at the Union or Shands may take THREE days to appear. Ads may run for any length of time and be cancelled at any time. r worry, but them Can be no reInds for canceled ads ROOMMATES Roommate need" hF LIberal and retsnl 3 ed rocnll hen-e lili-les ri Gait Dean raable. 10-30-S-S Female in share house in quiet neighbor. Own room, wesh/dry, sohet. Pets ok. Vey secure house call Kathy 377-70. eve *Slstpam. 1i'-cLaid-back but studious roomale to share 2 Hr house, former preferred. 0145/mO .1/2 will Dep A last monthrent req. Close I0 cmpus., behind Nr-. men, Pets allowed. Leave message 375648. .11-2-5-5 NOV III1n rIl 230+/28decAlIt cry hose, washer/dryer, no wairdes. plea call Leaslie 575-2372. 11-2-55 Roommate wanted N/S fs ta ae 4 bedroom 3 bern house with pmi a ht tub, wea"dry 275.00 Inudes all 373-247. o How to place a classified ad: In Person: Cash, check, MC or VISA The AiligalorOtieN I*05 W University Ave M F Saam 4 pm Main Booklore Hub Customer Smice peak MF i am -430 pm Rfeil Union, Cashmaa Office M -F a am -9 pm Sat a Sun -Closed Medical Bookstore, Shanda a F, Sam -430pm By Mall: Use forms appareg weekly in meAlligalor Sorry, nocash by mail MC VISA, or Checks only By Phone 373-FIND: Payment by VISA or Mastercard ONLY Five dollar minimum MF a 304 pm C How to correct or cancel your ad: ConcklatIons: Call373-FINDMon Fri 8 4po No rfund can ba given Alligator errors: Chisck your ad iho FIRST day 11 runs Call 3713-FIND with any corrections be lote noon THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor rcld ads will Wexiended one day No refund$ of cradita can be given alter plaei th ad Changes called in after the firat day will not -ra coMenoid Customer error Corrections must te The Alligator olhce There will b a 82.0 or changes: made in erso E I BEFORE NOCON ROOMMATES Seeking high Siber studio rmm. i2 Yee, Wa, no dnig. MIap lble, W ams"de Bsis or .frlgIt de nc OWM only reply .am, spe0us I bri ba apt W amen. 6-10 MIn. walk th UF, $15 + 1/1ea. inefabl. Cal 376-4712. 10,50.-11 6 FOE SALE TYPESETTER. VerItyper 5410. 2 Disk drIve, 2 Him a.tt"e. 2 im anhistera. Facory second in d,. unused In Pst 2 yr. PerfMt 1w small typesefirng jobs. Good an. fi small @Ad shop. Byet"n indud.IS"l.S pa. im a a flont disks. $$,IN 090. Cell Ta Alligator at 3S3.UZ Mr me h.el Alpine, bp.S, GOny and 30 Mor* base Sr. alt a e t L.at.nu Car SMne En.Ial Sail NW 1S St4722OS. 12-14-76 -I .|I -SFORE YOU "GETAWAr NAME BUE 1U CAN lET SACKI MYERS SERVICE CENTER WE SPECIALIZE ONLY IN TOYOTAS ao 2n r F "T hr hr Ar AF hr W SF hr crcar r r A The ladies of Delta Gamma would like to thank Sigma Chi for an outstanding Homecoming! aE L _At C r SF SF SF I fGd EI a ----~~ STUDN NT ; I~ d h

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MONDAY, OCFOER 29, L9,AIJ(;A1UR, II FOR SALE Crimonstoppor Car Alarm., K-40 Radar Detectors, ilnit y, Sartul, Sony. Orion, Bazooka, Homo or Car Stereo We Beat All Prices 373-3754 12 14-76ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering Harman Kardon, Auiotkel JBL Toshiba, Crunch. neiter MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 125NW23Av0371-4378 1214766 DISCOUNT HIFl 722 S Main The Red Bldg WE ARE CHEAPER 12 14 76 6 CAR ALARMS Installed remote control any car truck or van fully guaranteed will demo Call 336-9193 student lv mOI sage 12-14-37-6 2400 BD MODEM $98 WORD PERFECT $135 CALL ELITE 335-1300. 11.-.44 6 PRODIGY. Avalable at ELITE today Call 335-1300 11-9-10.6 ODEL 20 GAL FISH TANK I month old with hood and light $70 obo call Steve 335-50" 10-31 -5-S FOR SALE Fender Sauire bass guitar Great condition. must sell, call 334-6583, ask for Mark. 10-20-3-6 Personal Fouls Tl Tha,. toD MA T14s iiso ains imai5 maA .s a.f M~fl tt.-O FOR SALE MICRO/CENTER -Computers 376 1146 Edlor's choice a Hewlett Packard Norlhgate M'C Prices lower than mallorder Systems below include Imb 40mb C2ams) Harddlk graphics monitor MC 280112$948, MC 3p0sx $1086, Norlhgse 386/20$2499 Leading Edge 386sx laptop w/0 MB hd & battery $1995 1 12 year warrannes Onseiewar rantles Panasonic 710 printer $105 HP Laser Jet lip5967 3743 W Unver sily Ave 12 14 52-6 RUGS AND CARPETS Affordable rem n a n t o t r y o u r d o r m o r p a t onat W e deliveriays Rugs535 SW 4th Ave 377 5265 9 block. E of campus -14-20-Light up Clipboard' take and read notes in dark it holds Idlter or Legal size paper and uses bwo AA BAtteries $23 PPD Write to Sylbert Jones Internaional Trade 115 W 162 Street Bronx, NY 10452 I-7 12-6 Race ready Allan carbon-fiber racing bike 57 cm Campy CR & SR Mazic open 4 A d rims 6500 obo Very FaIll 3718196 leave message 10-29 S CRAMPEQ7 Well-built oft perfecilor or Banizung dorm space $75 Abo Very sturdy 334 9745 v message Most Sell 10-29-4-5 TECHNICS Stereo System 200 watts. 3way sp era dual cSSelts, wood grain finish $800 obo Call 332-597 leave message 10-30-6-a Large dorm-sIze ridge, G E $90 Mlarush, racing hi defleat cond. gorgeous, 590 1977 10293like new. small, ox Call 377 SPP'S PAWN a SUN TV -VCR -STEREO "We Guarantee All' 111 NW 6th St 373-5655 FOR SALE CUSTOM COMPUTERS 206 12 wul Chag ran, 43 meg hard drive graph c manilOr $00 Other systems available 332 0333 11-19 15 6 XT coMpuler 640k, lurbo, EGA color 20meg HOlask A 3ak floppies, mouse modem Lots 01 greal software S65 Rob 377 8878 10-29 3-6 Must sell, One way lbcket from Goe@ ville to Denver on Dec 23, 1990 $160 Jimmy 374-9250 alter 230pm or boep.r 374 1203 lv message 10 31 5-6 TnIatlon Centurion Dave Scott bike. Shimanro 105 components Call 378-6392 6450 '0-29 3-6 Moped T986 Jawa E xcellent shape $300 Call 336 1105 10-31 4-6 YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING The 'ing lhe'e always finished and polished on The Inside Joelsoist There Is a difference: look for III The AcroolIs. 10 29 1 5 WATER PURIFIER Brand new Paid $175 MUST SELL CHEAP $125 or beat ofler 377 6724 111 -56 Rockford Fosoate "15 subwoofers $140 obo Ouensize sernmwaveleas waterbed v/ heater $90 Obo Jelf 336-7770 10 30-3COMPUTER Macintosh SE 20 mb HO. I mb RAM. 1,4 Vab super drive, carrying case, software I year old $2.000 454 4932 11 15 6 On. 4-month oldGT Tiberline mountain bike, great condition $280 Call 377 0200 11.1 5-6 MJESTRS NINA'S COSTUMES 1636 W. UNIV. 3756462 John Telford So 6 wrr m 'air au-ye Nis GOPN I Coal ~. --ja .--.S I-NO-wide' IMCN' ~yaiIx1 'nfl MW 2' iwi IA a~, c AlzJ, dA/ 5U dr u sr u e g~n a s e ae st -F'or o .ze t1< Ar 7 SMA4ld3C F' suLLAfls' -4 A -5. ~ -: 4b-Thwfor 1 tiuowy, l -I Syw *8 t I WOW WO A -AOM OVeae r A ,I IN S4 FOR SALE 10 AUBURNFLORLDA tIckers lcgeher Call 904 654 4'41 and ask lo' Im 11 2 5 6 YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING From the Company hats made 15of24 Super Bowl rings Jostan'si Ther Is a dilisrence, look for Al The Acropolis 10.201 6 7 REAL ESTATE Home for sale Land for sale7 Buyers Markell Don lei an opportunity to sell your properly pass you byl Alligator Clas ireds offers you the cheapesI way to keep your real estate in the public eye Where else can you keep your property 'n the market lor as tit1:e as tour dollars a day To make it even easier, you can place your ad over the phone, all you need is a valid Visa or MaslerCard Call 373 FIND today to place your ad 8 MOTORCYCLES MOPED REPAIR Precision Small Engine Pickup A Dairv try available 4236 SW 35 Tenese across from Alley Katz 336 3825 10 31 37-8 Blue Garrell Moped For Sale Great For Campus Good Condition $225 OBO Call Jolt Anylime 378-7914 10-30 5 8 HONDA 500L Si.VERWING runs greal $65000 ob Call Nick ASAP 336 9804 10-30 4 8 9 AUTOS ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES, low payments tast drive hru service so habla Espanol 377-2277 377-CARS WE CARE 11-1 20 9 Brand new 90 Eagle Talon, fully loaded, tinted windows car phone 7000 ml Take over payment Call Orn843 9410 Ivemsg 11-1 59 84'SuzukiSJ410(Samura)Convertible Spots Top a/c, radio, 70K asking $2 750 Cali 33090478 student 10 29-6 9 1969 LEMANS Loaded. Hot Pink Rally Stripes, Greal Shape. 53,500, Call 378 255 10 29 5-9 76 Triumph Spitfire conv red W/ black .ntror, .xc condition., runs & loOke great $3000 obo Please call 375 6490 10-30-5.9 1090 Berge VW convertible Beelle, new top, new paint, rebuilt engine 2200 obo call Tyler .' 376-9802 1029-4 9 CHEVY Z28 Camaro 84 Perfect ConditIon Inside and out Ti, bra, new tires Runs real $6800 obo 371-6917 10 30-5-o Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent condition new clutch. tires. starter 64k miles abc ampie asking only $1600 or beal olfer call 334-5290 10-31-1904 Chrysler Conquest 2 6 liter charged AM/FM cals Auns & good $2200 obo Call Pete @378 0-30-5-9 turbolooks 6790 AUTOS SFord fbird ac Us po arnlm new surie orlnery ilt needs rais work bur div ,Ible $200abo 37 6M40 lVmsg 10 30 4 9 88 0onda Prelude S 33 000 miles 1ut 0 sunroof $11,500 obo Cali 3 ?875 10 30 4 9 1904 Mitsubishi Sla' lcn LE great cond Only Sek mles d D das sun'oof pw lI tnled wCdows mags Soarty car groa price Only $2500 Mike 3352851 10 30 4 9 77 Honda Civic 5 speed r.s great ook good 'el'able tran, poraiion $00 obo call ,11 3/6 50600, sac at 302t NE 21 Way Gainesville 1 1 69 191 Dodge Omm 4 speed 'eb udi curb & trans very dependable good Mpg runS great Asking $975 Call John 377 9050 Iv mess 10 34 5 9 AUDI 5000 1979 sunrfo' Power everything runsOk $500 obO Call 336 9130 10 29 3 9 For Sale 1987 DODGE CHARGER WhIe 6 speed ale AMtFM Strer Cassette Besi Dlor Accepted 335 2868 10 2 3 9 84 blk Nissan Pulsar sunoof, Pioneer stereo, gspd immaculate Inlernor $2500 fleg) Cal 373 9040 10 30 3 9 Grad must seil 1979 wh Olde Delta 89 runs good cold air, new brakes Needs minor body help $000 Obo call Dave 335 4135 1115 9 I5 Honda Prelude grey 5 speed, sunrool. stereo, brand new clu en, asking $5000 Call 338 0654 11 1 ac 6k 59 74 Dat wagon Needs tuneup, possible roadwork New brakes alternalor bat try 6 cables $700 obo 375 1477 Iv. message 10 30 3 9 Convertible Super Beetle 1972 Must see completely restored $6000 or best offer 371 4131 or ess at 1132 S Main 11 8 lo 9 Ford Mulang 1974 Now timing chairbrakes Extra Carer, alternator Runs $300 Call 378 2067, ask for Rick 10 31 4 9 Nissan 300ZX 1986 5 speed. am/fmipe, air, T top, excellent condition S8500 or bi offer Call 332 6473 11 19 10 9 1987 Mercury Sable Vdr LS pwr door locks, seats, windows, do, auo whI exilblue el amlm Tape Fsc cord mnal sell beat olfer 334 5053 11 9 26 9 10 WANTED Local Artist needs GOLD, Gems, Class Rungs ETC Too $ or trade Ozziea Fine Jewelry 373 9243 12-14-75 10 NEED CASH? Sail me your old comiC books Call 332 0504 10-29 5-10 2 FLAdGA TICKETS NEEDED Please call 332 4706 10 3015 10 NEED 4 AUBURN TICKETS Will pay top $$S Call 904 292 194A leave message 11-2 a10 I ned 3 ickels to Florida Auburn W pay top I$ Call 376.4331 leave Ml sage op ask for Sheri 1 142-810 Wanted Florida-GeorIa tickets Pleas call 800-029-9752 before 5pm and 904 642-9246 alter 5pm 10-31 -510 Classifleds. Continued on next pago ANNOUNCING A NEW LINE OF QUALITY COMPUTERS FROM Creative Computers Corp. f00% IBM COMPATIBLE 26-1 "AT" -CcupambI. IM I MB RAM Model 30 30 Meg H O 40 MB Hard Drive With Unv Discount Only $1350 _____ 14m ROVA)A BOILSTRE COMPUTER CENM 1614 W UNIVERSITY AVE $76-5806 THESE NEW PRICES ARE LOWER THAN AWL ORDER1 M al r! --V s WI 1,T "N~~ iwT

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MONDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1990,AIGATUR 13 HELP WANTED CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The independent florlde Alligator Must own reliable van or pick-up Iruck and be avail able from 5S am until 9 am Monday through Friday Must have excellent tinv ng record and valid Florida driver [i cons. Pay per rout, plus mileage Apply at the Alligator offices, 1IOS West University Avenue Ask for the route driver auPhcatioin No calls, please At firmative ActirrEqual Opportunity Em player Jobs in USA and overseas All occupalions Don'I limit yourself to those few companies that recruit on campus Jump start your Job hunt Contact College recruiters today. Write to C A S 852 W Paim Ave Placeripia,.C 92670 112150-13 Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to particlpat. in new drug study for the treatfent of Jock Itch fungus of groin), call 331-5379 12-I12-43-IS HELP WANTED *00 NANNIES NEEDED, Top Pay -Top Families. NY and Vicinity. Au Pairs Only Inc 1-800-468-8600. 11 7 30 13 INTELLIGENCE JOBS FED, CIA, US Customs, DEA. etc Now Hiring List ,not (1) 805 687-6000 Ext K 9486 10-31 21 13 Travel Sale. RepresentaivS Wanted oulgo'ng, aggressive selfrMotivated ndi viduals or groups to market Winter and Spring Break trips on campus For more information call Student Travel Services at 1-800 048-4849 10 31-10-13 NEED 20 BUCKS TODAY? An easy, relaxing way to pick up casholl that's required Is a plasma donation Earn up 1*812 this month fewronor only. with this Coupon only Come in todayl Alpha Plasmia Center SW i ttstreat O-vilie 378-0204 [THERE'S STILL TIME TO PREPARE CLASSES STARTING NOW CALL DAYS, EtNlNO & WEE ENDS 377-0014 9"-H.d MPUJN EOUATONAL CENTER -er R a i I -I I II I II1 I I I I I I. -t I 111111 |1 ~ 5 S I I I I I I I I l ii Ia I 1111111 I I i 1 I I Ii _I iIIn 3. E~~g LI I I I -1 I Ul I I i Ii l ii I ii III 'I I II ml' f .II I I I '* I OFFICE USE ONLY I~~~~ | Chlg CAN CK _1. For :Fm ._11. v (Cital@ on} SPe:tUw ele. _12TP i I 1Of4.114 3 .eaNestlFer t mJ. _1I NOapierted W Way .7.14 14 auwmnes Pama515 3 Gays ,C -010 5.s"Ns 15. Peroease y.1 00 S. Fbab _16. Ceeils 6 8.ys 13.00 __7. Noel gest _t Nelse 7 o wi -16, A"*' N~ Additional bays ____toeses1.-ie S -.t. waae _e.leet4 rums -.jq5 I maca oist .A E Msa mmmmmm mamm .--P-. Las & -ase -"--HELP WANTED FIGURE MODEL wanted lor photographersI portfolio Pay is $20 an hour & prints No sap nec POBox 24171 Gsyvll. 32602 10 29-5 13 Paying $75toquabiled volunleersto par ticopale in new drug study for the treat ment of albletes foot Call 331-5379 12 14 35-13 Do you love kids? Experieced babysiters neded Set your wage and hours Call Moms Network News t 3748563 10-30-513 Capable rider to help me exorcise my 4th level trik stallion No upper dressage ex. perience needed. just basic ability Call 376 4377 10-30-4-13 WANTED child care and light housekeep ing for 3 boys ages 5, 3, & 3 moe Mud be availal. from 2 "pm -7 30pm weekdays and some weekends from It am A 7 pr $5/hr to start Call 375-856 bewen 7 and 8 pmti only 11-2-013 Close to University Perfect job for mature couple Help maintain large yard. home and are or 3 children Willfurnish poolde furnished apartment W/ cent air on premise+ util and $3501m No chlldren Call Gary (days) 373716 (eve) 372-0109 11-8-10-13 Alt U of F students for into in sitting fot the Dec-90 FL dental board exam at U of F Dental School. call 336+6753 lv maeSage i-19-lb-13 a WE HAVE MAKE-UP MASKS EVEI IG .ry GALLERY of HOSMAL =w sffjlM=61;m";N na e'yimuAlle tm-imed fploym-uftolum HELP WANTED MTENTION all campus orgsnhalrionsL Need $$$ Participate ina simple I week on caPus markimin project Call Jill at 330 8372 1029 1 13 Art. art ed graphics etc part lime atit ,ring job close 1a UF 10 15 his per w Oek 64 per hr 'o start Reply Box 286. Girls 32602 11 2 513 Delivery person Must have car Must be able '0 lift 60b boxes Part time Very fle xible hours Some weakenda neces $ary $4/hr Call 377-7296 10 30-2 13 Sales help needed, self motivated, bicy cis knowledgeable, capable of promotion to management, sports enthusiast help ful Laurie 376-8720 112-13 BUSINESS 14 PERSONALS COMPUTERS. terminals 8 pc's, buy. sell. trade. rent A repair Great prices. OUAL ITY, COCS 818 W Univ 338 037. 21476-14 $ MONEY BY MAIL S Local Fiancial breakthrough Amazing recorded message 315-6238 11-2-10-14 Job hunting burnout so soon Make more money now before you graduate The most exclaing career opportunity in over S yrs Call Roger for more info I-BOO771 -094 11-2-9-14 Make money while you studyill Do you have asthma? Do you use your inhafer dairy? Would you like to earn up to SSOO? If so, Call Sf2-O 11-2-8-14 'A NoNonsense way to $500 A Daylr send (SASE) Anthony Firzger aldPG Box 12014 Gyvie, F132803 10 315--14 Didn'ttape'Twin Peakr Ihis week' Doni eatadonul Buy yourself a present hon the Alligator Classillfeds BUS. PERSONALS NAACP Florida Regional Convention CAREER FAIR Ioo of Professional Job Opportunities Accounring BankingFPinance Customer Serve Data Processing. Computer Sci ence, Education Engineerig, Food Ser vice Hospitality/ltisure Insurance Marketing Mainlanance Manufacturers Medical. MIS, Public AdrIistrators Trade Technilans. and more Numer ous national, regional. and local employ or5 participating Scriors, graduate students minorities, women strongly encouraged 10 attend Where Ramada Inn, North Monroe 1-10and N Monroe 1allshesse, FL When Saturday. November 3 1990 10 00am-4 00pn Send Resumes ASAP ta NAACP Florida State Job Fair, P 0 Box 28754. Jackson villo, Fl 3221 8-6447 (Deadline Jat* Oc 29. 1990) YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING Make It unique. make I yours. make It Josienci There is a difference; lock for ill Floilde Slook Store. 10 29 14 XT compatible complete 20Mo harddnver. 040 K, 5695 also 2110,311 COMPutar. Business Soffwaire Systems Cal Jay 373 4000 10-31 3 14 1S PERSONALS VuarriUCarrera/Ray-BaniGator Great prices-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical Laboratory 370 5563 618 SW 4 Ave I block fromAla Gen 12-14-76-15 Natural Foods and Vitamis Birkenstock Sandals Sunflower Health Foods 87 SW 34th St 372-7482 12-14-76 15 PREGNANT7 Don't guess Get Pmmedi ate rest results from a reliable source PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377 0881 124-76-15 Classifleds. Continued on next page TIN MAN LUNCH SPECIALS EVERYDAY NINA'S COSTUMES 1/4 Hamburger. French Fries. Drink 1636 W. UNIV. 375-6462 Everyday 11a -7p $2 99 1718 W Univ Ave Upstairs 3361111 r

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1990 PERSONALS Pormanronl Hair Removal Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis Inc to, info aboul ItPERMANENT removal of unwanted lacial & body hair 374 430/ 12 14 76 15 For 372 iral $STUDENTS GET CASHSI Quality Used Cloihing Call Sandy s 1226 211 W Univ Ave nex TO GOn Cily 12 14 75 15 SAVE ON RAYBANS University Opticians 300 SW 41h Ave 378 4480 12a 76 15 *FAMiLY CHIROPRACTIC* Serving UF since 1977 Most insurance accepted 2 blocks from i 107S SW 2Ave Dr Steven Schargal 373-7070 12-14-76 15 ***GET A GRIP*** Call ACTS 376 7105 The Spra filled Campus Ministry 12-14 76-15 SKYDIVE Skydive with The WillSton Skydivers 330 7970 12 14 73-15 SKI SNOWSHOE! $169 SQperson 3 nighis losing, 3 day liT ticket, akis 1 hour lesson, Apras ski party' Breakaway Tours 377 8369 Space a lirniledI 10 31 16 15 MARDI GRAS Only 92 spaces lIll' Packages trom $159 Dan I miss this party weekend Breakaway 377-6369 10-31 -IS 15 ALLEY KATZ is a bowling center We have it oll' Pool, video games, and beer Open until lam Mon -Thurs 12 13-43 is Beer, bowling, billiards at Alley Katz Open unit lam Mon Thus DO SOMETHING CIFFE RENT' I 1 4 24-15 You I the star ol the party a Center Stage Costumes masks, make-up & more 3704 Newberry Road. 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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29. I9, AWGATU 15 Auburn's SEC title hopes alive with 17-16 win Auburn's designs on a Sugar Bowl bid nearly went awry in Starkville, Miss, as the Tigers squeaked past Mississippi State 1716. The Bulldog, scored with 2:33 remaining only to haveAubun, linebackerDarrel Crawford block Joel Logan's extra-point attempt. The 'lgers boasted a 405-292 advantage in total yardage In handing the Bulldogs their 10th consecutive SEC loss. "I guess lam the only one who thinks they have a good team, said Auburn Coach Pat Dye, who faces UF Saturday night at Florida Field. 'Ihe game turned out exactly like I expected, but I hoped It wouldn't be that close at the end." Kickoff for Saturday's UF-Auburn contest is 7:30 p.m. ESPN will televise the contest. Miami had a much eauier time of things Saturday in dumping Tens Tech 45-10 at Lubbock, Texas. Craig Erickson threw four touchdown passesa Miami easily rebounded from last weeks loss at Notn Dame The Hurricanes registered 10 sacks and limited the Red Raiders to 93 totul yards. Florida State also won easily, stomping louisiana Stan 42Amp Le ran for three touchdowns at Tallahassee and Florida State forced five turnoversen muteto Bobby Bowden's200th career coaching victory. wAmn I too old to start for 3acr the 60-year, old Bowden joked after becoming just the 11th coach In Division I-A history to reach the milestone triumph. "I guess if I can live to 80, Pre wtill got a shot". Elsewhere, No. 2 Nebraska whipped Iowa State 45-13, No. 4 Note Dame beat Pitts burgh 31-22, fifth-raked Illinois downed Wisconsin 21-3, No. 7 Brigham Young defeated New Mexico 55-31 and eighth-rated Colorado topped slumping Oklahoma 32-23. Top-rated Virginia had the week off heading into Saturday's home matchup against Georgia Tech for the Atlantic Coast Confer, ence title. Rounding out the Top 25, No. 12 Georgia Tech outlasted Duke 48-31, 13th-rated Iowa trounced Northwestern 56-14, 14th-ranked Texas hammered Southern Methodist 52-3, No. 15 Mississippi nipped Vanderbilt 14-13 and No. 16 Wyoming beat Texas-El Paso 17-10. Also, 17th-rated Clemson defeated Wake Forest 24-6, No. 18 Michigan downed Indiana 45-19, Baylor upset 19th-ranked Texas Christian 27-21, No. 20 Southern Cal topped Arizona State 13-6, No. 21 Arlzona held off Washington State 42-34, 22nd-rated Oregon beat Stanford 31-10, No. 23 Louisville trounced Western Kentucky 41.7,24th-rated Penn State blanked Alabama 90 and No. 25 Texas A&M beat Rice 41-15. Washington Coach Don James is a nervous wreck until kickoff, when all of his pre-game blues inevitably turn rosy. The winner of next weeks Illinois-lowa showdown in the Big Ten will need that month of Rose Bowl preparation to beat the surging Huskles, who virtually wrapped up a New Year's Day trip to Pasadena with Saturday's 46-7 rout of California. Greg Lewis rushed for a career-high 205 yards at Seattle to break Washington's single-season rushing record as the sixthranked Huskies took a two-gam lead stop the Pacific-10 Conference standings. The Huskles improved to 7-1 overall and 5-0 in the race for the Rose Bowl. No other Pac-10 team has fewer than two conference losses with three games remaining. lie Bean, 5-3, had a four-game winning streak snapped. they'ree the best team we've faced this year," said California coach Bruce Snyder, whose team dropped a 52-24 decision to Miami Sept. 15. "They're better than Miami." Lewis carried 29 times and scored on an 11-yard run and a 56-yard reception. The senior tailback became the first Husky to rush for more than 1,000 yards in two different seasons. He gained 1,100 yards in 12 gamesasajunorand nowbas 1,126ineight games this season. Lewis registered his ninth straight 100yard game and 13th in his career-breaking Hugh McElhenny's team record. "I was impressed with our guys," said James. "I can't remember a team that has been so dominant in biggames. even though I still worry myself sick all week." At Ames, Iowa, Leodis Flowers rushed for a career-high 208 yards and scored three AUSUARN SPRS UOMIm1ON Auburn linebacker Darrml Crawford blocked Mississippi State's final extra polnt attempt Saturday, giving the Tigers a 17-16 victory. times to keep the Cornhuskers unbeaten. Nebraska ran 70 times for 587 yards while completing all four of its pas attempts. "We ran the ball well today, but we'll probably be criticized for not throwing the ball enough,"said Coach Tom Osborne, who faces Colorado next week in Lincoln "We feel confident we can throw the ball and probably will in our next few games." Raghib"Rocker Ismail broke open a tight game In Pittsburgh with a 76-yard run in the fourth period as Notre Dame withstood a 384-yard passing game by sophomore Alex Van Pelt, who completed 37 of 51 attempts. Illinois stayed unbeaten in the Big Ten despite three lost fumbles at Madison, Wis. Jason Verduzco threw for two scores and Mel Agee was credited with twoof the Illini's four fumble recoveries. At Provo, Utah, T' Detmer threw for 464 yards and five touchdowns against a blitzhappy defense. Finnegan advances to quarter-finals of qualifier yDNrA AmRI MIN Algator Wrtter UF men's tennis player Gary Finnegan advanced to within one step of qualifying for the Volvo/'TCA Collegiate Championships this weekend in Athens, Ga. Finnegan, a junior, beat Wisconsin's Jim Mirmberger In the third round, &2,4-6, 64, Sunday to move to the quarter-finals. Finnegan was UFs best player last season leading the team in victories with a 20-18 record. Hisquarterfinal opponent will be North Carolina's Andre Janasik today. The winner of that quarter6nal match will advance to the 64 player main draw championships, which begin Tuesday. Finnegan, whose brother Tom is also memnberof UP. tennis team, beat Mark Hoppenjans of Illinois in the first round,63,64, Saturday. He then defeated Ian Skidmore of Southeastern Conference rival Kentucky in the second round Sunday, 64, 6-1. Fellow Gator Doug Proudian lost to an SEC rival, Auburn's Michael Hegarty, in the third mund, 6-3, 7-5, Sunday. Proudlan, aleft-hander, defeated Cincinnati's Eric Toth in the first round of the qualifying toumament, 6-3. 6-2, Saturday. He also beat another SEC opponent, Mississippi's Tommy Alfano, in the second round, 4-6, 6-1, 6-4. Finnegan, an academic All-SEC last year, has tried to improve his serve this season. Up will host the Barnett Bank tournament next weekend at thap Scott Under stadium. Finnegan reached the quarterfinals in last year's Barnett Bank tournament before being eliminated. Swim teams hold first scrimmage fy rFF BMUw MllgatorWdtfr Mie UF swimming leams held their annual Orange and Blue Meet at the O'Conealli Center poo on Saturday morn'The ucored intraaquad meet featured all of t s es ,wiw, and conisad of 13 events. "This (meeQ gives us an idea of where we are hwaw hrwint early in the seaaof," UF nun's bead coach Sip Foster said. "It also glies lhe kids a chant, to stand out and race head of just practicing every day." Some of the own's team's standouts Ineluded Carlton BMner, a 1r1shma from Atlanta, Anthony Nesty, Jose Ballaster, Lewis Fadely and Martin Zubero, the NCAA defending champion In the 200-yard backstroke. For the women, standouts Included defending NCAA breaststroke champion Stephanie Zunich, Kristen Linehan and Daily Vincent. Foster felt the meetwasa dress rehearsal for both squadsea-onopener against LouIslam State at Baton Rouge Nov. 1. MEET from pige 16 country championship held at UF. Since there never has been a women's conference championship run at UF, the Individual winner will set a newconference record for the University Golf Cour. for an SEC championship race. The 5,000meter course was redesigned last year. The previous course record I.17 minute., 40.5 seconds, athy Shelly Steely, A former Lady Gator. The top collegiate time rn on the redesigned course Is 17:417 by Velren at the 1990 Barnett Bank Invitational. The men's meet record also will be set. Alter covering flve-mile courses, this year the men are running an 8,000-meter course. The UF course record for 8,000meters Is held by UP sophomore Mike Mykytok, who set the mark Oct 13 with a time of 24:39.8. UFs men tied Alabama for fourth-place last year with 98points. Kentucky was th&s team champion with 39 points, followed by Tennessee (60) and Auburn (84). UF also posted fourth-place finishes in the two other SEC men's meets held in Gainesville. Since the SEC began rotating the site 0l the men's competition in 1972, only Aubum and Tennessee have won the event while serving n the host teamL Of the seven women's championships, only four teams have claimed the title Alabama (1986 and 1987), UP (1984), Kentucky (1985, 1988 and 198) and TenneP we (1983).

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l0. AIJGATOR. MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, [9W SPORTS SEC meet true test for UF runners This morning, runners from all over the Southeastern Conference will line up at the University Golf Course for a test of endurance. Just another cross country race't Oh, no. This is the SEC Championships. Sure, there are bigger races, like the regional and national championships But an intangible aura of intensity and quality surroundatheSEC meet. People take this one very seriously. F Brian Fidelmian INISH LINE Runners will throw elbows and sacrifice their bodies to get the smallest of advantages. Just like in football or basketball, teams fight harder and pour more emotion into an SEC contest But this is not a tournament with different rounds. Nor is it a series of races like a track meet. Ther is no resting in this contest. In cross country, everyone lines up to run against each other in one race, which descides it all. Eighty runners will battle each other at the same time to see who can be the best. Unlike other sports, the contest will be over with in less than 30 minutes. No fanfare, no halftime bands. But it doesn't matter to the runners. Former Alabama runner Brent McLain said no matter which SEC school you're from, this meet is what it's all about. '"tere is noconference more intense than the SEC," McLain said, UF senior Dan Middleman said if you can stand up and walk around at the end of this race, you haven't run hard enough. The best action in this race will not necessarily be among the first finishers. Each team's filth runner is just as important as its first, so the most crucial part of the race could come right in the middle of the pack, The placesofeach team's frstfve runners count toward the final score. The team with the lowest point total wins. So don't listen to people who tell you cross country Is not a team sport. The gl course, the site of today's races, is deceivingly punishing, with its long low. grade hills and sft gras. The morning due adds energy-sapping sogginess to the turf. One of the meet's great races in recent years was the Up men's upset victory in 1987 at Vanderbilt University. Picked to finish fourth and outmanned on .paper, freshmen and walk-ons joined the veterans In a gut-spilling (literally) effort to defend the team title. Phil Wharton, a member of that team, remembers It with pride. "The last halff-mile, everything kind of sent blank," he said. "I passed out by my 'eammates after the race. I remember hearing a voice say, 'ake up, son, you're SEC ChamplonsWhatever the outcome is In today's men's and women's races, you can expect to see many faces of pain. But that's just a. well. -Whea you vIn the SEC Cross Country Championships, everything is just fine. Volleyball team defeats Georgia By HUGH HENCKEN Alligator Writer The UF volleyball team increased its winning streak to six games with a win over Georgia Friday night. 'he Gators with an overall record of 12-11 (4-2 Southeastern Conference), are over 500 for the first time since Sept. 21. The current win streak is the longest for the Gators this season. This victory also was an important SEC victory for the Gators. After starting 02 in the SEC with losses to louisiana State and Auburn, the Gators have won four consecutive conference matches and now are among the top five teams in the conference. The Gators also brought into the match a 15 consecutive game winning streak into the O'Connell center Friday. The Gators extended it to 17 games before dropping the third game to the Bulldogs en route to a four game victory 15-8, 15.5, 7-15 .15-10. Steffil [ail led the team with 17 kills, collecting three out of UPs four final points. legall has lead the Gators all season. She is team leader in kills, digs and service aces. Legall also leads the SEC in digs, while UP is second in theconference in thatcategory. The Gators opened the first game with a quick lead 7-1. UF played superior defense in the first game and held the Bulldogs to only eight points, winning the first game 15-8. Going into the second game the Gators volleyball team was riding a wave of confidence. UF stormed out to another early lead 10.5 before shutting down the Bulldogs offense completely with the 15-5 victory. The Gators looked flat and overconfident in the third game. Georgia took the lead in the third game 12-6 with inconsistent play by UF The Gator made many unforced errors and the Bulldogs rolled with an eary victory 15-7. Despite the loss in the third game, the Gators never really lost their confidence. The Galore and Bulldogs played evenly in the fourth game, but the Gators seemed to remember the last meeting between the two teams in which they lost a close match in five tough games. Hale said they did not want to go five games again with Georgia. 'We were losing our intensltyt not our confidence," freshman Kim Hale said. "Going Into the fourth game our Intensity was still down but you could tell no one was going to give them the game to go five. With the Gators leading 11-10 in the fourth game, UF junior Legall took charge and carried the Gators to victory. osaW LIVAN UF volleyball player Suzanne Hughes goas up for a spike agdnant Georgia Friday. The Goat., defeated the Bulldogs for their sIxth-stralight vlotor. Against Georgia, UF's Hale and Kristin UF volleyball Head Coach Marilyn McCGuetzkow weresecond to Legallin killsth reavy said. "We have some things that we eight. Suzanne Hughes led the Gators in can do that are ral positive. I saw some blocks with eight ral solid play. Our blocking was real sig"Ihat ms a really good win for the team." nificant for us tonight. Cross country meet today By CHERYL MUEaM Alligator Writer The UF men's and women's cr. country teams will host the 1990 Southeastern Confer, ence emw country championships today at the University Golf Courae. The women's race begins at 10:15 aim with the men's race following at 11. The women will race over a 5,000-meter course while the men will cover an 8,000-meter course. This meet marks the third time that UF has hosted the men's SEC championships, an themeetwas heldat JFin1973 and 1981. Tennessee's men's and women's teams are the favorites to take both team title. Monday after& strong showing in the regular season. Historcally, Tennessee is the most successful crosS country team in the conference, taking 24 team tides in the 52 compete. tions held. The Lady Gators duo of Wendy Frazier and Coralena Velsen will lead the pack a. they battle with Auburn, Ala bama and GeorglaIn an attempt to upset Tennessee. "I've mentally rehearsed the course In preparation for the meet," Velsen said. UF men's coach John Webb said his team Is atan advantage running on the home course and feels good about his top runners, Mike Mykytok and Dan Middleman. He also said they are better than their fifthplce ranking in the SEC. UF women's coach Monica O'Reilly said the Lady Gators need to break up the top five runners from Tennessee, Auburn and Georgia and to provide the maximum Impact by placing UF't pfive runners in the top 25. Since the women's compeition did not start until 1983, this Is the first SEC womun's crosS ose Mot. page 15 C iM-' -a SEC SaMndi a 04pa U 5 1 74 T r aI44 a1U 4 414 LN24 54 =y4 84 14 1 m a lNare M anwes a'r 0U