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Student may challenge random thumbprintingBy


MATTHEW SAUER Miami, said Monday that Janeczko's civil "Any officer that has probable cause can physical characteristics on a card, he said.
Alligator WriterA rights may have been violated, and the or- use the (thumprinting) at the officer's dis- The officer also asked him if he smoked.
ganization is considering suing the FHP. cretion," Shinholster said. "We have a fin- Janeczko said the officer said the Informa-

UF student is questioning the constitu- "We've confirmed with the Florida High- gerprinting policy for notification of a traffic tion was"evidence for the murders going on
tional validity of the Florida Highway way Patrol that they've been randomly stop- violation." in Gainesville."

Patrol's policy of randomly thumbprinting ping people, particularly white males, who Shinholster said a ruling by Circuit Judge "I asked the officer if it was legal,"
people in southwest Gainesville. are on foot, bikes, and mopeds, and Chester Chance gave troopers permissionto Janeczko said. "He said "We can do what-

UF junior Darin Janeczko,20,was stoppedby thumbprinting them,"Blumner said. "If you thumbprint in cases where a traffic cita- ever we want."
an out-of-town trooper earlier this month stop someone because they violated a traffic tion or a notice to appear in court is issued. Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie

and was thumbprinted while leaving his law, that's all you have reason to question But Janeczko said he was fingerprinted Darnell said Monday that thumbprinting is
southwest apartment complex on a moped. them on." without receiving a traffic citation. permissible under Florida's new drunkdriving -

Janeczko said the trooper told him the stop FHP Lt. Paul Shinholster,who supervisedthe "He was just looking for something to stop law and in a situation where a police
was in connection with the recent murdersof out-of town troopers that supplemented me for,"Janeczko said."He never issued mea officer has given someone a notice to appearin

five local college students. southwest police patrols for the past two ticket." court.

Robin Blumner, executive director of the months, said thumbprinting is done on a Instead, the officer recorded Janeczko's "They have to have an arrestable situa-
American Civil Liberties Union of Florida in statewide basis by all troopers. height,weight,hair and eye color,and other tion," Darnell said.


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USF may surpass UFBy


DEBBIE CENZIPER tions, to supplement money from the
Legislature and meet ever-growing stu-
Alligator Staff Writer
dent demand, Casseday said'We're

UF is the state's largest university,butit not dwelling so much on over-
may lose that bragging right as enroll- taking UF as we are on taking care of the
ment skyrockets at the University of students we have enrolled," Cassedaysaid.
South Florida in Tampa. .

The five-campus USF has 32,360 stu- Board of f Regents spokesman Pat
dents enrolled this fall UF's
trailing en-
Riordan said although USF almost has as
rollment about students. The
by 2,000
many students as UF,many are only part
school which in 1960 has in-
opened ,
time. Because legislators allot money
creased its enrollment about
annually by according to the number of full-time stu-
1,000 students, said Dan Casseday, USF
dents, USF won't receive more money
director of media relations.If .
than UF, he said.
USFs student population continuesto
the overtake The board is a 13-member body that
soar, university soon may
UPs enrollment, he said. governs the.state's nine public universities. -

.
UFs numbers have not kept pace be-
cause of registration limits, such as for- About half of USFs students are part
mer UF President Marshall Criser's time, compared to only 16 percent of UF

"1,500 Plan."That three-year plan,begunin students. "7 eaw
1986 to stretch state money, shaved "This means nothing to the Universityof
500 students annually from UF's enrollment "
Florida, Riordan said. "We have a
system that is balanced in which we have
"As long as UF has capped enrollment, nine different universities that each do h,
then it could happen in the next five to different things."
10 years," Casseday said. "But overtak-
A size isn't
ing the University of Florida is not fore- university's all-important,
and all of the state's universities excel in
most in our minds.
different areas, Riordan said.
Casseday said the first thing'on the
school's agenda is adjusting to the stu- No one university can be designatedas Run Spot run STEPHANIE SOMMER
dent population boom and meeting its the state's best, he said. ,
A participant races with his dog Saturday morning in a run through Westside
I
financial burden. "We have decided not to designate a
the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Park
The school is looking for outside flagship university,"he said."We are not sponsored by

sources of support, such as private dona- going to put all our eggs in one basket.


I Commendations mark former city employee's records I

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hired in 1978. But a June 1989 her loyalty, efficiency and hard 1987. Her first job evaluation, sion office on Oct. 5. Frazer began
JOHN F. BERRY
By report signed by former City Clerk work. She earned a Police Service signed by former City Clerk Mary working as an assistant city clerk
Alligator Writer Mary Ann Frazer described Renoas Award for absorbing the workloadof Ann Frazer,used many of the same for the city in 1972 and was pro-

City records show that Ann insubordinate. It also showed two absent employees. She also compliments Reno received at moted to the clerk's job in 1976.

Reno, the fired Gainesville em- her productivity and workmanship earned a letter of commendationfrom GPD. see Fired 4
ployee who worked for the Clerkof needed improvement.Further doc- Police Chief Wayland Clifton According to the report, "She page
the Commission office, once received uments showed that Reno failed to. after she taught about 150 city cares about people, her family and
a positive job evaluation follow instructions. employees how to use a new word this city government.! admire correctionJean

from the supervisor who fired her. Reno processor. her very much and enjoy working Chalmers did not contribute
started working
as a "
with her.
It was one in a series of comple- Gainesville Police Department sec- Reno moved from GPD to City $50 to Perry McGriff campaign.The .
mentary evaluations Reno re- retary in 1978. In her nine years Hall after she was promoted from But Frazer fired Reno in June, Alligator reported otherwise on

ceiyed from the city since she was, there,her,evaluations complement secretary to assistant city,clerk, in. I thou quit asClfrlil. qf,the.Co.l1)mi ]this page Monday, .


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meeting tonight at 7 at the Methodist ings from the Bible followed by tes- Room 2353. Call 392-0375. Satin Corsets .
Student Center to work for con- timonies. Cal Lindsay, 378-1784. On the air/The: Alpha Epsilon Rho Dressmakin Lace Leggings
sciousness and change. Call Christian HalloweenThe: Agape Broadcasting Society will meet tonight Same 03
373-7639 or 37S6578.EnvlroninentThe Faith Center Ministries presentsFire at 6:30: at Weimer Hall Room Servic Fish Nets
: Department of by Night,a Christian alternativeto 1094 to discuss the upcoming tele- Gloves
Environmental Engineering Sciences Halloween festivities,Wednesday communications advisory board re- =1 upstairL. Huge Bras and ftore!II!
and the Society of Environ evening at the Agape Faith Center, ception. Call Jeanne, 3366480.For Is
mental Engineers are having their 908 SW Williston Road, from 5 to 8. the good of iclenceThe 819 W. Unlr. Ave. 373-6628
Fourth Annual Environmental Research Call 3755381.In American Institute of Chemical Engineers
Poster Session to promote interdisciplinary honor ofThe: Pre-legal Honor is having a presentation by
discussion of ary Society is meeting tonight at 7:30: International Paper tonight at 6:30: in
research on environmental topics. It at the Reitz Union Rooms 346/347. the Chemistry Building Room 237.
will be held at the Reitz Union Ball Call 334-9453. Free food and drinks will be served. NIIN l :
room today from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call Getting togetherThe: B'nai B'rith Call 3924422. MEE
Scott Kenner 392-0463 or Dr. Paul Hillel Social Committee is meetingin All buslnessThe: Minority Business MFPm
Chadik, 392-7970. the lounge at 16 NW 18th SL at 5 Society is holding an academic RR
HandweaversThe: Gainesville this afternoon, followed by a spaghetti forum tonight at 6 in Bryan Hall a
Handweavers Guild will meet at the dinner at 5:45.: Call 372-2900. Room 220. Call 336-6953. \
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, GammaThe: Gamma meeting will They have the martsThe: Golden
2814 NW 43rd St., tonight at 7:30.: be held tonight at 7:30: at Zeta Tau Key National Honor Society is f Halloween Bash :
Call Barbara Safranek, 376-3316 or Alpha. All representatives need to be having their fall induction at the University -
3387320.The present. Centre Hotel tonight at 7:30.: J Wednesday nite
birdie files agalnThe: UF EvltaThe: B'nai B'rith Hillel Social The key-note speaker is Dr. James t
Recreational Sports Department is Committee is going to see Scott. Call Dr. Chisholm, 3922112. 5
$100 1 Is! Prize
sponsoring a badminton singles "Evita," followed by ice cream Nov. Sock ItGet: your kicks Gatorsl t
tourney on Tues., Nov. 6, and sign 1. Meet at 6:30: p.m. at Hillel. Ticket The Recreational Sports Depart for 1
up deadline is today at the Florida reservations are $8 and are due by 5 ment wants you to participate in Rec- tfJ
Gym Room 214. Call 392-0581. this afternoon. Call 372-2900. reational Sport's Soccer Goal V Best Costume
Test helpThe: Reitz Union Lei LeadersOmicron: Delta Kappa's Shooting Contest at 5 this afternoonat t
sure Course Program is offering executive meeting will be held tonight Norman Field. Call 392-0581
GRE review classes for both math at the Orange and Brew at 8:30.: Don't worry, be healthyThe: Student | D.J. SHARKY t
and verbal sections starting Oct 29. All officers and division executives Health Outreach Team will
Sign up in Reitz Union Room 330 please attend. Call David Kalchbrenner -' meet this afternoon in Reitz Union r
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Program to encourage minority history students; I

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By LAURA DEITSCH The students will get a $1,000 stipend to on an area of the 1960s that they are Interested he said, students are more inter
Alligator WriterIf offset lost summer income and expenses. In.Hall ested in the disciplines that pay the most,
Students also will earn six history credits like law or medicine.
with the help of Robert Zieger and
recent state budget cuts don't hinder and a $1,500 a year salary if they assist the
Hunt Davis both
history faculty members,
There is no true appreciation of history
spending, about 15 students will
minority mentor after graduating from the program.
said he
developed the because of
program potential, and this sounds like it
$1,500 and free in program
get a summer studying a
Students will attend two regular summer
the lack of minority students studying his- "
will Robinson said.
one,
new history UF history depart encourage
program semester classes. One, an in-depth study of tory.
ment Chairman Kermit Hall said. the 1960s, will focus on civil rights, the Sophomores and juniors of Hispanic, African
The six-week program,designed to boost women's movement and changing America. "The pool of minority students is low," American and Native American de-
the number of minorities in history studies, The other class will be a writing seminarin Minority Student Affairs Director Willie
will match students with faculty mentors. which students will make presentations Robinson said. see History, page 10
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State law offers



CLAST waiversBy


MIKE NEUMEIER pected to take up the issue
Alligator Writer with in the next 60 days, said
Thomas Fisher, director of
Under a new law, students state testing programs.
who fail any portion of the "Each (university) president
College Level Academic Skills has the authority to establish
Test are able to file for a a committee to grant
waiver exempting them from waivers from one or more
having to pass the test in orderto parts of the CLAST," Fisher
graduate. said.
The 1990 The committee
state law allows Students will be chaired by
Florida univer- the chief aca-
sities and com- seeking a demic officer and
munity colleges its members will
to form a com- waiver must Include a repre- s
mittee to grant sentative from ;
have failed I
waivers to those the math depart- V 4
who failed to the CIASf or ment,the English
pass the department, the
CLAST, which any portion school's CLASTis
a graduation of it four administrator and
requirement. a fourth member
Students seek- times. from neither the
Ing a waiver math nor the En-
must have failed the CLASTor glish department."The .
any portion of it four times.
Waivers will be granted on the difficulty level of the
basis of academic records and CLAST a matter of opinion," TENIELLE TODD
personal interviews. Fisher said. "Eighty-five per The Great Pumpkin

Procedures on how the cent of those who take the test President Lombardi's executive housekeeper, Martha Davis, set up this caricature in front of his
committees will act have not for their first time pass it and home Friday. "I thought it would be a fun thing to do and he takes jokes so well," Davis said. I

yet been formed,but the State see CLAST, page 7 "He'll just laugh." Lombardi! reads the paper on his front porch every morning, she said.
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CITY, Okla. (UPI) Shoving the he said.
budget fiasco aside and plunging headlong into cam- And as he did over the weekend, Bush brushed
paigning for Republicans, President Bush promised aside concerns the GOP would suffer the most from
Monday to clear the air of "Democratic falsehoods"in the budget talks, and he hinted the new offensive in 40
an attempt to minimize political fallout before next coming days would be a fierce one. I
week's midterm elections. "We've been under constraints because I've been r
The rancorous budget war finally over, a pact to trying to get a deficit deal Now I feel free,free to go
trim the deficit in hand and virtually no one happy out and take this message across the country," he
about it, Bush opened a final campaign drive to Nov. said.White
6, which he promised would be a lively one. House press secretary Marlin Fitzwater an-
Speaking to reporters after a top-dollar fundraisingstop nounced details of a punishing campaign schedulefor
in San Francisco, Bush clung to optimism for the president, beginning with a speech Tuesdayto
GOP prospects even as administration officials were party faithfuls in Washington,and shifting into high
admitting that damage had been done to the party by gear Thursday with dozens of stops scheduled in
Bush's retreat on his 1988 pledge not to raise taxes. more than seven states right up to Election Day.
Angry that Democrats had successfully painted Bush,besides taking on Democrats,took issue with
him as more favorably disposed to the rich, Bush his recent plunge in popularity, declaring, These VJ I < H
railed:The opposition party-I'm used to that kind polls don't mean anything..I! don't live and die by
of demagoguery. And so I'm out here now on the these." 1
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Of the truth behind who really are the taxers,Bush Sunday when the latest one registered his lowest $ 100CASH
pledged to let Americans know that the Democrat- approval rating as presidentNor CONTEST
controlled Congress is the true culprit "I've got to did he discuss the warfare within his own party
get that in focus because they've been getting away caused by the budget negotiations and threateningthe
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RAMBOUILLET, France (UPI) -Soviet President Gorbachev said there was no question of the U.N.
Mikhail Gorbachev, saying war in the Persian Gulf is Security Council breaking ranks, and he termed the
unacceptable, suggested Monday that Saudi Arabia Aug. 2 Iraqi invasion of Kuwait as adventurism. But HALLOWEENBASH
work toward an "inter-Arab" solution to the conflict. he affirmed, The military option to this problem is
Gorbachev,at joint news conference with French unacceptable."
President Francois Mitterrand, said the latest information Mitterrand said France agreed with the Soviet
from Soviet envoy Yevgeny Primakov indicates proposal for an inter-Arab solution and emphasis on
Iraqi President Saddam Hussein appears to have the Arab factor that ultimately would include addressing '
softened his position on Kuwait the Palestinian problem,the Israeli occupation of
"One sees signs showing that the leadership of Iraq Arab territories and the plight of Lebanon. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31
could finally listen to good sense and the voices of the "Our positions in this very sensitive area are concordant -
United Nations," Gorbachev told reporters at Mitter We will defend these ideas in the U.N. AT
rand's chateau on the southern outskirts of Paris. Security Council Mitterrand said.
I The Soviet Nobel Peace Prize laureate, who later Mitterrand said he rejoiced over the expected re-
left for home after his 24-hour visit to France, said if turn of more than 300 French hostages from Iraq.
Arabs could construct a solution among themselves, "But we will not rejoice completely until the other r
"the Iraqi leadership would be more ready to accept hostages have re-found their countries," he said. 0
that" For his part Gorbachev pledged to continue to work
"Saudi Arabia is close, a neighbor, and has certain for the release of some 3,000 Soviet citizens in Iraq.
relations with Iraq. It could take an initiative as wellas Both presidents concurred that a Franco-Soviet
other countries,"Gorbachev said."There are inter- treaty of cooperation they signed earlier would opena
Arab mechanisms. They must act" new era of relations between the two countries.day .


FIREDfrom she still doesn't understandwhy April, she used her two months of
page 1 her relationship with Frazer vacation time.The termination let-
went sour. ter in Reno's personnel file states RrwFier

She refused to comment Mon "There is no one incident that I that Reno failed to properly explain
know of that clarifies the situation," why she was gone.

day."It is in the best interest of the Reno said. "This is something that Reno said Monday that she han-
city that I don't comment on the has wracked my brains out. WhileI dled all correspondence throughher FEATURINGLIVE
situation," she said. I was there, I tried to figure out lawyer. She said working for
Reno said she misses her job and what I did wrong." Frazer caused her to become sick, ROCK & ROLL BY
would work again for the city, but In December of 1989,Reno took lose 30 pounds and visit a psychologist -
not the clerk's office.She said Mon- sick leave. When that expired in
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By JENNIFER C. MITCHELL Navarro also arrested a music store owner for Aside from several committee appointments provide most of the legislation -Judiciary -
Alligator Writer selling the album "As Nasty As They WannaBe. :. at tonight's Student Sen- Finance and Budget- have
." But band members were acquitted of the '" ate meeting,:nothing is brewing in just reorganized and got started
The rap group 2 Live Crew will continue to charges after their music was found to have Student:Government's cauldron this again," said Tanenbaum,who gave up
be"As Nasty as They Wanna Be,"but the lyrics political and cultural value. ,Halloween eve. his Judiciary, Committee chairmanship -
from that album are still the subject of controversy Sullivan, a law professor and attorney said : Sen.. David Wallack said tonight's to become Senate president.
even at UF. that the First Amendment does not provide '
:.meeting at 7:30: In the Reitz Union ,
At a panel discussion hosted by a law of mass freedom for all expressions including obscen ; shouldn't have much debate."We're Former Senate ,President Andy
communications class Monday participants dis- ity. The 2 Live Crew question is whether a ,' Meyer said Senate comes in waves.
cussed obscenity and freedom of expression. "reasonable man" can find value in the songs, :.. "' just organizing and. (then". Tor a:week 'or two there'will be
UF Professor Colleen Sullivan, newspaper columnist she said. 'f& we'll start pumping, things'out. nothing and you'll get toutat 9 p.nt,,
Wallack said.
Bill Maxwell,and Mike Sorgius of Chris- Sorgius said he is in favor of the First Amend f,' and then there will be five bins in one
tian Leadership Ministries were on the original ment but lyrics such as 2 Live Crew's are goingtoo ;m panel. Maxwell was unable to attend because of far. t.I structuring. Senate President Adam, ,by'll.". :' ,"
parking problems. "If you excuse this as tolerable lyrics in ITanenbaum said Monday' '' "I"">," : ,: > {>: "'::',JACK RDTMANEARN

2 Live Crew was indicted on obscenity society, then I think we're in trouble," he said: y "The"" "' 1"three" <," 'J.main,,,,;. "committees."" ,, v..,: N' f;:. "; ."' ."' 1,1"'# hitt ;t"i";' ".
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jeans were on their way out by the time we r

came around. So were peace symbols and tie-dyed cloth

ing.The
memories most of us have about Vietnam are very

vague, and they include only televised speeches about

the war's end. Some of us, especially UF freshmen, don't

even remember that.

The pictures of battle and the body bags arriving from

Southeast Asia are things we've seen only in movies or
recapped in TV documentaries.But Reusables make for a happier earthPeople

those things were very real. And soon they may -
be real look at me strangely when I order frozen ,
again. Cum
yogurt "Hold the spoon'- Donya
Some war itself about 20 be- G
repeats REENPIECE"
say every years
I figure I can save a good 10 pounds of landfillclogging
cause that's how long it takes for a new generation that plastic cutlery by using my own metal spoon each

knows nothing about war to grow up. time I buy yogurt. For me, that's' at least twice a week
That seems to be indicative of the attitude surrounding more if they have peanut butter. fun-to-eat microwave snacks are not just nutritional mounding
nightmares.The little trays and wrappers are
the Persian Gulf crisis. Not to be preachy, but if just 10 people brought up on garbage piles everywhere. Some say more

Many Americans seem to think it's great that President their own spoons, forks and maybe knives to their than half the cities on the east coast will run out of

Bush is ready to "kick some butt. But they forget favorite yogurt shop/pizza place/fast-food joint, thearea's landfill room by the end of the year. Scary, huh?
: trash would be 100 pounds lighter. And maybe
that aggression will include the loss of more than a few food costs would go down because restaurants would Ignore the propaganda saying "we have environ-

American lives. not have to buy all those plastic forks. Well, probablynot ment-friendly styrofoam." No styrofoam is friendly.

Some students tend to think of war in terms of wins but it's a nice thought.For The held Earth your coffee Works this Group morning says that might styrofoam be sitting cup on that the

and losses, not the death of a brother, sister or father. the serious environmentalist, go a step further.I Earth's surface even 500 years from now,barring total
But that's what would happen if the United States wentto I don't want to say never eat at McDonald's, Zipps, planetary destruction, of course. And Americans produce
Taco Bell or any of those student favorites.Just think
CIRCLE THE EARTH
war with Iraq.We're enough styrofoam cups to
about what you're buying. Maybe head to the burger
436 TIMES! Think about it.
not saying U.S. troops shouldn't be in Saudi Ara- stand one less time a month. That will save a lot of
r bia..We're saying we hope diplomacy isn't forgotten in styrofoam, paper, plastic and other nasties. It's better Asa wise friend of mine is fond of saying,just living
the transfer of Stealth Bombers to the Middle East. for your bod too.Something is a strain on the environment. But we could an be a

Now that the federal crisis is I've been experimenting with is little less consumptive. Stock the fridge with things
budget over, maybe
like soup and fruit instead of things like the artery-
straw/lid deprivation. Each time buy a soft drink,
Bush and his administration you
their attention
can turn to which I
clogging, plastic-packaged Lunch Buckets,
forego the straw and the lid. They're just two piecesof
solving the Middle East crisis diplomatically. We hope needless, evil plastic. If you're afraid of spills in the doubt are real food.A .

that's still an option for Bush, but with the messages car, ask the counterperson to give you less ice. little less Velveeta means a happier planet. To

he's getting from much of the country, he may decide According to Renew America, the country's quest quote a bumper sticker, "Live Simply, So Others May
that a demonstration of American force is easier than sit for quick and convenient meals has meant a 200 Simply live." Who wants to eat fake cheese, anyway?

ting at a negotiation table. percent increase in waste from packaging alone.Those Donya Currie is The Alligator's projects editor.

That's why we think it's important for citizens to ap- LFTTKRS TO THE EDITOR

proach the crisis with precaution and, to an extent, skepti

cism. Don't be too quick to assume a war is the best way UF's full-time and$97.80 per month,respectively, try.
as its employer contribution to Uni- This increase amounts to$12 per
to solve the situation. And when government officials tell
staff versity of Florida health insurance and
equally year for individual coverage
they've exhausted all possible diplomatic channels pays
you coverage. This holds true for all $24 for family coverage.
question whether they've really done all they can. Editor: Please accept this letter in state employees-faculty and staff Considering per year the Sept. 27 headlinein

We hope students stop to think about what going to response to Diane Mercer's Oct.24 alike.If. the Gainesville; Sun, "Health
letter in which she stated that faculty
war would mean to them and their future, because it's members do not pay for any of two married people, both em Costs Jump 20 Percent;Trend May
their generation that's going to suffer if the United States their health-care costs. ployed full-time at the University of Continue," state employees indeed
Florida, enroll in continue to have comprehensive
family coverage,
chooses bullets over discussion.alligator University Personnel Services
welcomes the employee net cost is zero. Per- healthcare coverage at a very reasonable
certainly comments and
haps Ms. Mercer is confused about cost.
suggestions about the scope of our
employee benefits package. How this spouse program. Regardless, We encourage employees with
we are sorry for any misunderstanding questions concerning their health
I. Editor ever,the main premise of Ms.Mer-
cer's letter is incorrect. caused to or by Ms. Mer insurance costs or any other em-
Judy A. Plunkett cer. ployee benefit to contact the Fringe
Managing Editor Opinions Editor The cost of health insurance is Benefits office at 3921225.We look
the same for all full-time employeesat Additionally, while it is true that In-
additional
M.D. Cumella Reslier forward
Jacqueline to providing
UF. Currently the total cost of the employee's portion of the insurance their insure
formation relative to
family coverage IS $267.66 per premium is increasing begin-
Letters Policy month individual ning Jan. 1, 199:, this increase is ance needs.,
Letters to till editor Should not exceed 200 words (about one by-10 page). They should be ; coverage is E. McAvoy
typed double-spaced end signed. They should Include I typed name address and telephone $121.56 per month. minimal, particularly in light of rising John
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any. questions call health-care costs in the state of Associate Director, University
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CLASTfrom herefore, it will not have a great ally. Some go thought I wrote a lousy essay," The number of students it would
page 3 impact on UF, Webb said. gree." said. "But my tech- effect would be around nine to 12."

The policy originally was Andreas and mechanics were cor Hemp said UF tries to help students
think it is easy. Fifteen percent fail to help international proposed stu- lations director for and I got an eight. who might have problemswith
some part of it and think it is hard." International
the CLAST. The university
dents who are working with the passing scores for
Jeaninne Webb, UFs CLAST the new waivers places such students in remedial
English as a second language. CLAST are 285 on math, 295
test administrator, said she is still Some students that come to Florida international English and language, 295 on classes to help them.
waiting to get the procedures from universities to study are able to "Many students ,and four on the The
the State Board of Education,but communicate in to with the CLAST,"V need."I essay. Fisher said that he thinks the
enough English scores for the math section
new policy will be beneficial to
waivers given out wil be
any"tightly controlled." get an engineering or math degreebut have"Definitely increase to 295 and the essay some students if it is not abused.
not well enough to pass the a problem on Aug. 1.
Webb said UF has always had an essay portion of the CLAST,Fisher because of the Vice Provost Gene Hemp "The CLAST was implementedto
appeal process for disabled stu- said. "However, if we put a degree of quality on Flor-
the will affect
dents who have repeatedly failed selves mature policy some ida schools," Fisher said. "If
but not UF.
the CLAST but has never granteda "Some foreign students take the four-year school like schools start granting whole scale
waiver. Only one or two UF stu- essay portion 10 to 12 times," be mature enough and large it's not a problem waivers then it makes the whole
dents repeatedly fail the CLAST; Fisher said. "Some pass it eventu- tools and skills we our students," Hemp said. process meaningless."
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Michael Phillip has been appointed Toronto and his doctorate at MichiganState Turning Florida's' municipal solid waste produces each year," Chynoweth said. digester resembling a silo or a bunker
associate dean of the Graduate School, effective University.He into methane gas and compost could help Anaerobic composting is the decomposition similar to a controlled landfill.
immediately, honored with the Distin- ease the energy crisis and solid waste build of MSW using bacteria in an air-free, Once packed, leachate, an organic liquid
has been
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He succeeds Roderick McDavis, who left MICHAEL in up, said a UF agricultural engineer. controlled environment. Controlled anaerthat contains microorganisms and nutrients -
Excellence
UF one year ago to become dean of the PHILLIP guished Faculty Award for "For example, if a city generates 500,000, obic composting produces methane at a is introduced into the digester to start
University of Arkansas College of Education. C ComesTo Teaching and :Research, the Outstanding pounds of municipal solid waste (MSW) much faster pace than the conversion prothe conversion process. As the leachate
Phillip comes to UF from the Universityof OFFrom Foreign Student of the Year at MichiganState per day, it could produce 750,000, cubic feet cess in uncontrolled landfills or swamps. percolates through the digester, it carriesof
Detroit School of Dentistry, where he was University and an award from the methane per day, worth about $$2,000, ," Methane produced by this process can be away the organic acids that would inhibit
coordinator of minority recruitment and University Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign said D.P. Chynoweth, associate professor sold for heating and energy purposes. the conversion process.

director of the genetics program. At the Of DetroitUniversity. Wars for cancer research. FACULTY U : EDITION E I T I of agricultural engineering at IFAS. "Instead of requiring energy to treat "We can get degradation of the biode
Graduate School he will be responsible for Phillip's' research includes tumor im- "Anaerobic composting is a viable way to waste, anaerobic composting actually,progradable organics and convert it into
t the multicultural program office, which munology in mice and chemotherapy in make energy out of the b biodegradable portion duces energy," Chynoweth said. Once methane in 2 2of 20 0 to 30 days," Chynoweth
focuses on recruitment, fellowships and the treatment of transplanted tumors of the 16, million tons of MSW that Florida the digestion process is complete, the remaining said. "It It takes a landfill 10 to 20 years to
retention for black and Hispanic students.. mice. The author of numerous journal ar- g residue can be used as compost. complete the same conversion process."
Also a biochemistry professor at the ticles and abstracts, he has delivered Medical-Dental e d I D t a I Team T In I n UF's U s Health H It h Center C t This makes anaerobic digestion both a "Now we are able to convert"half of the

University of Detroit, Phillip taught at speeches on topics such as infection con- clean and valuable;method:; for.the. treatment .' w.t'k; into :methane' or.1., said Dr. I
Baldwin Wallace College e and John Carrol He received his bachelor's' and trol, tumor immunology, genetics in den of municipal solid waste." Smith, UF's' Center;
master's' degrees at the University of tistry and black issues. Develops Permanently Attached Artificial Ear WAS researchers have developed a novel for Biomass Energy Systems. "The organic

Carnell Is s Member P process! for! anaerobic a :?b :composting p l g of!MSW material t:!! 1 that:tis i .:not! biodegradable will I
called l seyuenhal\ batch\: anaerobic: \: \com: become:\;; : \compost.posting ;; !
Libraries A team of specialists at the Health (SEBAC). In this process the "Anaerobic composting could be used today -
University Appoint McTigue
Of U.S.ChinaStudyTeaching Science Center created a permanently at- y separated, organic matter is coarsely to treat up to 70 percent of the total
tached artificial ear for a Leesburg man shredded and packed into an anaerobic s solid waste stream," Chynoweth said.
/ Team Special Collections C Department d dThe whose left ear was removed to prevent the
spread of skin cancer. He is the first patientin *
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Leading a group of 10 American teachersin former head of the rare book collec-- the Southeast to receive such an ear. 7 .Pd Js.F. A Ar
China UF F Professor Corbin Using a dentistry technique, doctors In- ____ r
English tion at the New York Public Library is now
Carnell spent his summer teaching and head of the Department of Special Collec-- BERNARD serted three metal posts in Carl Smith's' I FACULTY4c I
learning. The teaching team worked with tions at University Libraries. McTIGUE skull directly behind his ear canal!, and the .' i '1 c
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162 Chinese high school English teachers at t Bernard McTigue, who had worked at Comes inserts protrude through the skin to provide Y t i'' t t'V tS
the Anhui Institute of Education in Hefei, NYPL for 16 years, will now manage UF's' ToUF rigid d attachment points for the silicone j
about 200 miles inland from Shanghai. special collections which include the FromNew rubber ear."Most ''V y
During the day, the American teachersmet Baldwin Library of children's' literature, the York people can hardly tell it's' not my S HONORS AND ACTIVITIES APPOINTMENTS S
with the Chinese teacher-students in historical University Archives, the Belknap Public Library real ear, and!it's t' perfectly comfortable to 1 ; Constance Shehan, associate professor of
groups of 18 to work on grammar and pronunciation Collection for the Performing Arts, the P.K.. wear," said Smith, an 80-year-old retiree. Rashad Abdel-khalik ll(, graduate research sociology, is chairwoman of the Feminism I
and Carnell gave methodologyand Yonge Library of Florida History and d UF's'a Dr.. Glenn Turner, director of the medi-- professor of accounting, is co-recipient t of'f and Family Studies Section of the National '
literature lectures. collection of rare books and manuscripts. cal-dental team that created the ear, said the American Accounting AssocIation s Council on Family Relations. j
"None of our students had ever been McTigue began the duties of the new that the loss of part of the face can be Wildman Medal. Dr. Edward Staab, radiology department
taught by a native English speaker before, position in August.. renovated area in Library East with traumatic, and many patients withdraw Dr.. Anthony>:Barbet, associate professor chairman, was appointed vice chairman of
and they regarded that as a great privilege," The opportunity to shape and influencea substantial exhibition space, McTigue said. from the world. of infectious diseases, received first-place the American Board of Nuclear Medicine.
Carnell said. "They had us make: tapes of young collection was what attracted In the interim, he intends to cooperate with "We tell patients we can't' make them ,,';", \ ranking from the Caribbean Basin Advisory Dr. Ronald Baughman, professor and
reading from the texts they used in McTigue to Florida. other gallery on and to con- whole again, but we can make them feel ../..... ./ Group for his research on bovine chairman of the Department of Oral
teaching, and you would have thought "The UF special collections are still grow tinue displays spaces like the current campus Library East whole again," Turner said. "A prosthesisthe Carl Smith, left, who lost his ear to cancer, is the first patient in the Southeast to receive anaplasmosis. Diagnostic Sciences, was elected to the
these artificial a permanently attached artificial ear.. UF P dental technologist Lee Mintz, right, created Nancy' Horowitz, associate professor of American Board of Oral Pathology..
tapes were gold. ing and are not viewed by the universityas display case show of books and memorabiliafrom ( ear) can dramatically improve i
The American teachers presented programs a vanity, but rather as an integral part UF alumnus sportscaster Red Barber. their self-image, allow them to feel comfortable a realistic.silicone rubber ear prosthesis that dips securely to a metal bar bridging three economics, was ranked in the top 50 Sarah Carey is public relations coor-
on American culture in' the evenings. of the research institution,"McTigue said. McTigue would also like to curate exhibits in public and get on with the rest of titanium posts that are implanted in Smith's' skull. (Photo by Patrick. Dyson) women academic economists in.the" ourdinator for the College of Veterinary
Each member showed slides of his their life." nal of Economics and Business. Medicine.
faculty The three-pronged plan of the new chair- of contemporary book artists for the
or her home town, and discussions focus- man will l bring UFs' special collections to the campus community. ''People here will be Artificial replacements for ears, noses, grip for only a few hours and can lose their aids. When he was only able to wear one, Dr.: Jose Medina, professor,? of operative Peggy Hsu and Clarissa Pickett, Health
ed on topics such as American religion, general attention of the campus community.. struck by the book arts," McTigue said, cheeks and other facial parts have been avail- grip because of perspiration or humidity. it was difficult to determine the direction dentistry, received, the William!' J. Gies Science Center associate librarians, have
family and media. They also played word McTigue's first priority is to improve access noting that Gainesville has not often been able for years at the Health Science Center, The rigidly attached ear has also of sounds. Award for outstanding. contributions to the been named senior members of the
games, such as Scrabble and Boggle, and by listing UF's' special collections in exposed to bookmaking.The but they were held in place with medical- benefited Smith because he can wear his The ear r, created by dental technologist dental profession.Astronomy Academy of Health Information
gave instruction in American baseball. local and national databases, including the final part of McTigue's' is to grade latex adhesive. Glues often hold their reading 8 glasses and both of his hearing 8 Lee e Mintz, was modeled after Smith's' right professor Heinrich e c h Eichhorn c Professionals.
Camel!, who also taught in China in 1985, strategy' ,,,, .***A MtiMfrAsI. '. with. .A mixture.. tC artists. .. .'.. was appointee! honorary YP professor at Vien- rir' Gerold? / QrMeKilpr!:. .. .. associate! vice'!
University Library's LUIS system. involve the Howe Society of UF's Friendsof p e; '; ; ; ;: '' ''' na University''and is"a member of the prsidetihejth-df; ; ;; ; : ; ;for;external; : relations I :
said he appreciated his American freedoms "Awareness and use of these resources the Library, using exhibitions, lectures O.IVISIOn flf S Sponsored d R Research h Offerse P paintandsmcone.d s of Sciences. ? r -
after visiting China. will grow through access to the catalog of and presentations as special gatherings for Smith'a ear snaps in place and stays roAustria Academy { at the Health Science Center, is I
"People must live in the apartment UF's's special collections," McTigue i said. library supporters.McTigue Small Busl-nass Seminars For perly aligned and secure all day. Each Statistics Felfow professor Alan Agresti, was president-elect of the Florida Medical

assigned them b by the state, must work ina Another way to promote awareness !is s holds bachelor's' and master's' Faculty evening 8 he removes the ear toc__clean_L_ the named Association.. ::a which/ of. the honored American statistics Statistical t Drrw Association., ____._ ..I\.*. .. l,*_
government-assigned of our the kinds of exhibitions did skin around the bases of the Grace Wagner, lUKiaiii' cone' aloe ivicontinuing
job many through in
McTigue degrees library science from Columbia UF's' Office of Patent, Copyright and Nov. 27-"Electronics Industry Update' posts. fessor Richard S Scheaffer with the f990 ti ; I
JI students did not want to be teachers- and at NYPL-a practice he plans to bring to UF.. University and a master's' degree in art in the Division of Main Conference Room, Progress Center "It's' no problem to wear-as long as I i medical.education, was elected
there is no real freedom of speech or Future plans call for UF's' collec- from Technology Licensing remember it, Smith said. "Since I can't' Founders Award. SouthernRegional S h r I R Representative t f for the
special history Hunter of the
Park Alachua to
College City fa series of at attendance expanded ;J f: : f
Research :
Sponsored offering a Dr. Pablo Ros, d director of the Division
religion, he said.Camell I can't' tell if I'm it S i of f Medical College Directors ofContinuing
1J said he wants to return to China, tions to be housed together in a larger, University of New York.. seminars on small-business formation,, 40 reservations, no fee if attending this feel without 1 the ear touching, it. wearing of Abdominal Imaging, received the 1990 Society t. Medical' I Education.t''

and he found the Chinese appreciate and ... planning and financing through Dec. 15 for seminar only.'' Research Award from the Society y of Sociology professor Jaber Gubrium'is'
their teachers. selected UF faculty members and Dec. 4- 'Biotechnology Industry' Up p- Meet To Gastrointestinal Radi chair?' of the Section, on Aging of theAmerican
respect date Main Conference Room, Progress Women Faculty = A. ,.
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II I This Faculty Edition of the University FOOD SCIENCE SEMINAR, "Nutrition professor of English Stephanie Smith, 3 3:15: presentation to potential' investors and moving O Oct.C t 31 I Is S F Fringe r I B Benefits f" University Center, University Avenue and Tefertiller, 'professor of food To Georgia Game
is the first in the 1990-91 series. Labeling in the 1990s," by UF food science p.m., 2014 Turlington Hall. the product forward to the marketplace.. 13th Street. and resource economics, received the
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work of UF and inform facul-- Gregory, 4:05: p.m., G086 McCarty Hall. RUPC HALLOWEEN FILM, limited to 20 UF.faculty and 5 individualsfrom Unravel: the Maze," will offer the opportunity Award. to the Florida-Georgia Game Nov. 10 in i
matters of faculty interest.To sub- LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES FILM "Ghostbusters," free and open to public, the Gainesville b business community. University Personnel Services (formerly! to talk with experts s and learn more Dr. Samuel Gross, professor and chief of Jacksonville is available for alumni, staff, .
ty on specific costume contest, call 392-1655 for informa Materials For reservations the Division of Human Resources)reminds Pediatric Division of / students and friends.
mit material for tl the. next Edition SERIES, "Time for Revenge, award- fee for the series is$$15. about t UF resources and networking opporthe Hematology
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scheduled for mid-November winning Argentine film in Spanish with FREE call Bruce Clary, 3928929. tunities for teaching, research and service.,!! cology, Society I
Information Services 355 contact Hall 1 English subtitles, 5:15: p.m., 2353 Turl-- BANDSHELL CONCERT, features The seminars, which will be held from 4 4to open enrollment for health, State life and Speakers include Jeanine Webb, Officeiof America's award for outstanding services $$25 round-trip bus rides with
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HISTORYfrom Mentors target sophomores and as well as students from community Two of the three grants that Hall That three-week program will be
page 3 juniors to monitor their work and colleges throughout Florida. has applied for are from federal similar to the college program as
"The sounds like a third is students will be matched with
The
follow through on the students program government agencies.
scent will be chosen for the pro- while they are at UF. great idea to me," Black Student a private fund, the Pew Memorial teachers acting as mentors. The
gram based on teacher recommendation Union president Angela Eubanks Trust in Philadelphia. students and teachers will be attending
letters, essays the studentswill This way, professors can Identify separate seminars but will
prepare and the sincerity of skills and talents the students said.The students will be able to work "As soon as the money is definite meet at the end of the day.
their interest, Hall said. possess, Hall said. with a variety of primary materials the program will be definite," After graduating from the college
Classes will be held at UF, but such as original historical documents Hall said. The summer cuts may program,students go to work
Room, board, books and tuition students from many historicallyblack Hall said, and they will be affect the funding of this project, for the professor who was their
will be provided for students who schools such as Bethune- taking field trips to archives and he said,but probably will not affecta mentor so they have someone to
enroll, and they will stay in UF Cookman, Edgar Waters and Spel- places of historical significance related program geared toward help them in their graduate studies
residence halls.Alley. man colleges will be participating, around Florida. high school students. and guide them in career choices.



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1 FURNISHEDHousing month lease for this SW 2BR apt. : M/F 2 rooms avail In 3bd/2bih non-emoker to share 2br 2ba aptw

near ahopplng. Cent air, new paint. apt In Country Village Avail 191. ..m.. $245 + 1/2 utll. mutt like catal

$285 Key Management 3723060. 10- $180/$186mth. Call Lynn 336.4354 or 3353764. 11-28-20-5 ,
Available-1 blk to UF, coed coop 31.5.2 Stef 378.9478. 10.31.5.4 101<'0<1.1\0-, 'Sme

all utll paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, Female to share house quiet neighbor.Own Available ELITE today. Call 3351300.

parking laundry $210 per mo., C.L.O. Attractive 2bdr/lba 2nd-floor apt In a Sublet 1 bedroom apt through July 111, room, wash/dry/ ac/heat. Pets ok.

117 NW 151h St. 377-4269. 12-14-62-1 quad $275. 3002 NW 6th St. call 373- N.xtto pool. PETS ALLOWED. Close to Vary secure house call Kathy 377-7609 "11-9-10-6

7132. 10-31-5-2 UF & shopping, 750 square feet. Archer .ve. $155 p/m. 11-5.8.5
FOR RENT one bedroom, bath, kitchen, Woods. Call 372.2424.911.4 MICRO/CENTER Computers 3761146Editor's
one half block from law school call 376- Laid-back but studious roommate to
Foxmoor TH 2BR 1.5 BA. Dishwasher, choice Hewlett Packard *
8810 GREAT LOCATION 17 SW 24th St. Colonial Manor-furnished apt one bed share 2 bdr house, female preferred.
hook-ups, near 34 St. shopping, UF. Pool Northgate M/C Prices lower than
$240 mo. 10305.1 room. Nov-Aug 91. 28500mo. Close to $ 48/mo + 1/2 util. Dep ft last month's
complex. $450 Key Management 372- mailorder. Systems below Include 1mb,
3060. 10-31-5-2 UF. $200 sec. dep. Call 372-7111 11-5- rent raq. Close to campus, behind Nor 40mb ((28ms) Harddisk. graphics monitor.
1 Wanted mIl n/a/ for own room *
: 5-4 man. Pets allowed. Leave message 375-
MC 28612$948, MC 386SX- $1086
'' In 4bdrm he Close to UF
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large 5451. 1125.5
ONLY $150/monlh Southfork Oaks: 2BR 1 1/2BA, dishwasher Northgate 386/20-/ 2499. Leading Edge386SX

hook-ups, pool, verticals. Near laptop w/40 MB hd & battery.
Call 373-6012 nowll. 11-5-5-1 NOV fm
lit rmt
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UFo VA, and Shand. $450 Key Manage- 5 ROOMMATESNS cozy $1995.1 & ?year warranties. Onsite, war.
house welrdoi
waiher/dryer, no please
ment. 3723060. 10-31-5-2 ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer- $185.
call Leslie 375-2372. 11-2-5-5
HP Laser Jet lip- 987. 3743 W. UmveraltyAve. .
2 bedroom apt., prime location, 1 block M/F 3 bdr Fieldstone house, wood 12.14.52.8
FOR RENT: from campus. Must rent Immediately! floors, ac/heat, fenced yd gar wash/dry, Roommate wanted N/S to share 4 bed

$440/mo Call 377-6058. 11.2.8.2 5 min walk to UF, Avail Immed $165/mo room 3 bath house with pool & hot tub, RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants

2 UNFURNISHEDStroll 1/3 util. Call 3364804. 10-30-10-5 wash/dry 275.00 Includes all 3733247. for your dorm or apartment. We

FREE RENTII One bedrrom, central air 11-2-5-5 deliver! Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave 377-

UF from this 2BR efficiency. Includes on quiet cul-de-sac. One month free. BRANDYWINE N/S Fem needed to 5265. blocks E. of campus. 11-14-20-6
share room, l60/mon. + 1/3 ullI.fullynlcely Roommate $180 month Inclu. utilities.
some utilities. $275 Key Management Villager/ Weat. Call 3717777. 10.31.4.2
Tower Road. Call 332-0786. Ol.counllor
(turn, many xtraa-call now!
372-3060. 10.31.5.2 "Light up Clipboard take and read notesIn
3730024. 11.1.11.5ROOMMATE housekeeping. 11.2.4.5 dark it holds letter or Legal size paper
APTS
ALOHA GARDEN
Walk to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280, and uses two AA BAtterles. $23 PPD.
lovely 1-2-3 br, all amenities, near NEEDED. Walk to SPYGLASS M/F for own bd/ba/ In 3 bedroom
NEW Townhouse Sec. Write to Sylbert Jones International
BDR $440
2 $335 ,
Shands, VA, Shopping 3009 SW Archer UF. 2br/lba. $175 College apt. W/D plus all amenities.
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. RD.. 377-0555. 11-16-15-2 Park 371-7777 $257/mo+1/3util. $100 dep. Call Robert Trade 115 W 162 Street Bronx, NY
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 12-14- 10.31.23.5 335-3186 11-5-5-5 10452. 11-7-12-6

76.2 ONE MONTH FREE plus water and heat
TECHNICS Stereo 200 watts 3-
System ,
paid on one bedroom at 1524 NW 4th TREEHOUSE VILLAGE Female wated to share 2bd. house. 2
Oak Glade Apts near UF ft VA, quiet way speakers, dual cassette, wood grain
Ave. walk to UF. College Park 371- Roommates available. Reserve dogs In lanced yard. 5 mln to UF.
your
finish obo Call 332-5978 leave
washer/dryer available In most units for $600.
10.31.4.2 / 1/2 util. 3750825. 11-2-4-5
7777. room for spring. Bus serviceto $179/mo +
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 18-28,1 & 2 Bath message. 10.30.5.8
UF and SFCC. Furn or unfurn.
$2SO-$375, see ft Imr. 3726422. 12-14- FREE RENTII One month free on studio
$175-$250 per roommate/month CUSTOM COMPUTERS 286.12 w/1 megran
76.2 6 FOR SALE
and one bedroom apartments Walk to
MZ Property Mgmt. Inc. Realtor
43 meg hard drive, graphic monitor
UF. College Park 371-7777.10-31-4-2
375-0207 $900. Other available, 332-
INCREDIBLE systems
11-30-27-5 TYPESETTER- Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk '
8333. 11-19-15-6
Efficiency Apt. Apt for Rent In the Laurels. 2br/2ba, drives, 2 film cassettes, 2 film cannlsters.

Starting at $185 wash/dry, a/c ht. Huge clubhouse w/ev- F share n/a smoker Factory reconditioned, unused In past 2
to
wsame- or master ODEL 20 GAL FISH TANK 1 month old
Starting $235 / 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST erythlnglll Avail Dec. Call 3359945. 11- bdr In clean 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba twnhse, yrs. Perfect for small typesetting jobs.Good with hood and light. $70 obo call Steve

25.2 near Shands. $242/mo 1/2 utll + 1/2 machine for small type shop. System 335.5908. 10-31-5-6
110 NW 39th Ave lie, pets ok. Jodi 378-7828. 10315.5 Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC film & 6 font
378-3988 COUNTRY LIVING by 34St. Plaza. 2BR The at
disks. $3,500 OBO. Call Alligator
Must sell! One-way ticket from Gainesville
12-14-76-2 J75-3881 Duplex. Quiet wooded area.Air,pets o.k. Roommate needed M/F 373.9928 for more Info. to Denver on Dec. 23, 1990. $160.
$275 KEY MANAGEMENT 3723060.
Liberal and responsible Jimmy 374-9250 after 2:30pm: or beeper
10313.2 3 bedroom house utilities Incl. Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more 374-1283 10-31-5-6
message.
Check Our New Specials'All Call Dean 378-6607. 10-30-5-5 brands are all at our New Location! Car

Amenities Available 2bdr/1ba house $275. Quiet neighborhood Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- WATER PURIFIER Brand new Paid $175

FURNISHED UNFURNISHED close to UF ft Shanda, spaciousnice 2070. 12-14-76-6
MUST SELL CHEAP $125 or best offer.
Seeking high caliber studious rmmt. 21-
Roommates Av.lI.bl.W.'re .
yard. 377.74851.1' message. 11*
No.1REGENCY 1.3.2 28 yrs, nIl, no drugs, responsible, broadminded Crlmeatopper Car Alarms, K-40 Radar 377-6724. 11-1-5-6,

OAKS SWM or straight demeanor GWM Detectors, Infinity, Ssnaul, Sony, Rockford Foagate '15 aubwoofers $140
378-5766 2 bedrooms for r.ntln house for quiet n/s only reply to share spacious 1 bdr/1 ba Orion, Bazooka, Home or Car Stereo. obo

3230 SW Archer Road students, bike to UF, fenced yard, no a/c, apt w/ amen. -10 min. walk to UF, $165 We Beat All Prices 3733754. 12-14-76- Queensize semiwaveless waterbed w/

COUNTRY GARDENS $150 rent, $150 deposit, 1/3 util. 378- + 1/2 elec. negotiable. Call 3784712. 6 heater $90 obo Jeff 336-7770 10.30.3.8
10-30-5-5
373-4500 3371, 103122MOBILE

2001 SW 16th Street ADVANCED Car Stereo Plus Offering: One 4-month-old GT Timberline mountain
12-14-76-2 Need F roommate to share 2bdr/2ba Oxford Harman Kardon, Autotek JBL, Toshiba, bike, great condition 280. Call 377-

HOMES: Manor apt. Call 8137255770. 11- Crunch Hafler MEI VSE alarm Lanzar 0209. 11-1-5-6

SPACIOUS 125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-76-6
Rockwood Villas-rmmt needed for own
ONE BEDROOM APT. 3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo fully turn br/ba. Nice 3br/3ba condo Wall 10 AUBURN/FLORIDA/ tickets, togetherlCall

ONLY 273MO. amenities. 225mo. Call 336-9332. 10- DISCOUNT HI-FI 904-654-4141 and ask lor Tim. 11-

LYONS APT Farmsrentals from $260 Incl. 722 S. Main The Red Bldg.
4000 SW 20TH AV. 977-8797 DOUBLE BED MATTRESS, only $35111
lawn needed ASAP to share
water, sewer, garbage pick-up, Roommate very
12-14-76-2 WE ARE CHEAPER obo. Call 3753107. 10.31.2-8
main. Also some great buys. Quletl Will nice 2bdr/2ba condo fireplace.. Closeto

take long term travel' trailers. 378-9291 UF ft SFCC. 237.50mo 1/2 utll. Call 12-14-76-6
LEAST AMOUNT TO LEASEI! $250 SAFARI AUDIO..for all of your car stereo
weekends too. 12-14-47-3 336-6605. 1Q-31-5-5
moves you In. Close to UF and Shanda. Open CAR ALARMS Installed remote control needs. Come see the experts at Safari t.

376-1241. 10-30-20-2 Tired of your roommate? For sale 66 foot LAKEWOOD VILLAS n/. F needed for any car truck or van fully guaranteed will Audio. 4110 SW 34th St e3, 3361128.

Nova 3 bdr/2 ba spotless. Quiet, safe.I.ar.a. own room In 3/2 wash/dry-balcony-feel' demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. message. -
Car Stereos: Precision Power 50x4
1 bedroom furnished unfurnished
apartment or
613-734-7016. 11-2-' safe-guard dog, rent negollabl..1/3utll. 12-14-37-6
Call collect
rent negotiable. WILLIAMS- 10-30-4-5 Amp.(2)( ) Fosgate Pro 15 Subs ((2)) Orion
335-6477.
BURG VILLAGE 376-1253. 12-5-30-2 10-3 High Current amps ((2)) 12 Subs ((2)Klck.r )
furnished 2400 BD MODEM $98 12* Subs 336-1128. 11.3.5.8
F/NS for Spring In 2bd/2b apt./nicely
PETS OKIIIIIIIII'' full entertainment cnlr./ov.rlook.
WORD PERFECT $135
SUBLEASE
Great NW 1 bdr. duplex apt wyard : ac/ht $209.50/336-4304 leave BATMAN-Just In time lor halloween.
pond/cent
Economical gas heat, paddle fan message. 10-31-4-5 CALL ELITE 335-1300. Have cape and cowell; paid $110. Taking
a/ct2S9/mo. 373-5011. 10-31-8-2 4 HOUSE/APT. offers, call 3351190. 10-31-2-6
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Lg, 1br, iba heat/ac, washer/dryer dishwasher sq ft T-house with w/d close to UF for Classifieds.
Last ft security paid.. SAFE $187.50/mo + 1/2 utll. Mike or Kevin YOUR LOG Don't ask a dwarf .

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COMPUTERMacintosh SE-20 mb HD, 1 88 Honda Prelude S, 33,000 miles, auto, 2 FLA/GA/ TICKETS HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons Protection tear gas, pocket
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1984 Mitsubishi Starlon LE, great cond. NEED 4 AUBURN TICKETSWill 121478.11 _

B&W stereo speakers, bookshelf, size, 2- Only 56k miles, dig. dash, sunroof, pw, pi, pay top $$$. Call 904.292.1948 BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
tinted windows, mags. Sporty car, great leave 1128.10
way, excel cond, $185/pr. Sears message. *SUNBELT MOVING*
price. Only $2500. Mike 3352857. 10-
rower/multi-gym barely used $50. Call
30-4-9 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.
3784137. 11-1-3-6 Wanted Florida-Georgia' tickets Please
1233 NW 10th Ave.
1- ItemHouse full. Local/Lng dlst.
call 800-829-9752 before' Spm and 804-
Just broke 77 Honda Civic 5-speed, runs great, 642-9246 after Spm. 10.31-5.10 Llc/lns. Priced for Students! Marty 375- 372.1664
with
up your boyfriend or MC/VISA/lnsurance
looks good reliable transportation, $900 MOVE. 12147611AAA
girlfriend? Sell all the jewelry they gave Free Pregnancy Test
obo call Bill 376-5660 or see at 3021 NE
you in the Alligator Classifieds! 21 Way Gainesville. 11-1-8-9 Need 4 Auburn tickets STORAGE Member

Call 904-332-9231 leave message. 10. Close to UF, Convenient National Abortion Federation
1981 Dodge Omni 4-speed rebuilt carb & 30.3.10 4x4x4 l5/mo 12-14.53.11
7 REAL ESTATEHome trans, very dependable, good mpg, runs 4x8x8 $30/mo
great. Asking $975. Call John 377-9050 MTN BIKE FRAME 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 STUDY material Florida Teacher Certification
Iv m.... 10.31.5.9 Aluminum possible quality components 12-14-76-11 Exam AFTCE* Only $26.95 Send
for sale? Land for sale? Buyers' 16-18 Inches Call 3347531. 11- check/money order to: Teachers Support
Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell '84 blk Nissan Pulsar: sunroof, Pioneer 2.5.10 *FREE* Services Box 2585 Apopka FL 32704 ph
your property pass you byl I Alligator Classifieds stereo, Sspd Immaculate Interior $2500 Pregnancy Test 407-860-6489. 11220.11
offers you the cheapest way to (neg) Call 3739840. 10-30-3-9 4 AUBURN TIX wanted for alumni. Call Gainesville Women's _
keep your real' estate In the public eye. 305.739.8085 leave message. GO GA- HEALTH CENTER ** LET'S PARTY **
Where else, can you keep your property In Grad must sell: 1979 wh. Olds Delta 88, TORSI 10-31.4.10 720 NW 23rd Avenue Gator Boogie 371-4919 Professional DJ
the market for as little as four dollars a runs good cold air' new brakes. Needs 377-5055 service all musical formats. 12-14-42-
day? To make It even easier' you can minor body help. $800 obo call Dave I need 1 or 2 Auburn tickets. Call CG ABORTION (To 24 Wks) 11
place your ad over the phone; all you 3354135. 1115.9 3727187. 11.1.4.10 BIRTH CONTROL
need Is a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call DON'T BE NEXTII
.FIND ad. '74 Dat wagon. Needs tuneup possible, Gynecology Services
373
to
today place your
headwork. New brakes, alternator bat- NEED Fla/Ga tickets. and Fit/Auburn tick. 12-14-75-11 Protect yourself with the "PARALY2EB"Keychain
tery t cables. $700 obo. 375.1477 Ive eta, call 336-6364, Anytime. Will negotiate. unit or home canister $11 95 +
Take over payments, no equity required. 10-31-4-9 10.31-3.10 COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarships $1 50 shipping (checks OK.) Dade EnterprIses
Condo 2bd/2ba. Let It pay for college. message. College Scholarship Locators pob PO Box 184407, Little Rock AR

Oaks Mall area, loft-style study area, Convertible Super Beetle 1972 Must.., Wanted FI/Auburn and FUG.orgl.tlck.ta.Will 1881 Joplin MO 64802-1881. 600-879- 72206 or call 501-376-2467. 10-30-10-
wash/dry/ porch. Call 4078629522. 11- completely restored. $6000 or best offer pay top $$. Call Nell or Alan at 335- 7485. 12.14.75.11 11
2-4-7 371.4131 8410. Ive. msg. If not horn. 10-31-3-10 _
or see at 1132 S. Main. 11-8-
10.9 Horse Boarding 45 acre farm friendly professional NAILS BY VONDELL
Wanted 5 tickets to FI./Auburn Came.Call care In peaceful surroundings.Dally 3131 NW 13 St. 377-1763

Ford Mustang 1974. New timing chain' 3737318. 11.1.4.10 turnout grooming and TLC. 462- Full sets $16 Fills $13 Hot oil
8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED brakes. Extra starter, alternator. Runs, 5127. 11.2.40.11SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS Manicures Pedicures Limited Time Only.
TIX-Need 6. Georgia the, $40/each.
Call
11-19-20-11"
$300. Call 378-2067, ask for Rick. 10-
REPAIR 31.4.9 Jeff 4078944666. No collect calls. 11-, FOR COLLEGE

Precision' Small Engine. Pickup t Delivery 1.3.10 Are available! Millions go unclaimed Hsvln truble with Grammer? Find a tutorIn

available. 4236 SW 35 Terrace, Nissan 300ZX 1088 5-ipeed, am/fm/tape, yearly. 1-600-334-3881. the allgayter clazlfledsl
across from Katz 336-3825. 10-31- air WANTED: Auburn tickets will trade
Alley T-top excellent condition $8500 or ---- -- ----
37.8 best offer. Call 332-8473. 11-19-10-9 lor 2 Georgia tickets. 3751269.
111310Will
Blue Garrelll Moped For 1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door
Sale Great For Campus Good locks, seats, windows, a/c auto, wht the girl who's supposed to sell me 6. DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
Condition $225 OBO ext/blue Int. am/fm tape Exc condmustsell Auburn tlx please call. I've lost your number .
Call Jeff Anytime 3787914. 10-30-5-8 best offer 334-5053. 11.9.28.9 OR, I'm looking to buy 6 Auburn tlx. by Trude Michel Jaffe
Call me ,last, I'll beat your best prlcel' Call
HONDA 500GL SILVERWING runs great. 83 Renault am/fm, ac, 85k miles, very 33S-6686. 1113.10 ACROSS 6 Plan 40 County of 55 Soviet range
$650.00 obo. Call Nick ASAP 3369804. reliable, runt great, asking $500. Come 1 Gaucho's 7 Summer hours, N Ireland 57 Conduct
,i1Q.3Q.4-6 1 and see It. Call after 5pm. 374-6206. 11. weaponS In D.C. 41 Regret 58 Within:
5-5-9 11 SERVICESNW Four, In Berlin 8 Classic auto 46 Isolate Comb. form

Red Honda Spree for sale, runs good 89 HONDA Civic hatch 9 Movie dog 9 Batlike 47 Obtain 59 Noncoms
SI
a/c, power Mini storage at 1-75 A NW 39th Ave 13 Hebrew month 10 Set 49
$350, call Brad 334-8876. 11-5-5-8 tint Earth 60 Golf gadget
sunroof new tires, pioneer stereo,
near Oaks Mall areaS x 5 to 10 x 20 from
14 Part of a book 11 Powder for
30+mpg. Make a reasonable offer. 335- one 62 Child's toy
$20, 10% disc to students. 332-6917.
1142. 10-31-2-9 12-14-76-11 18 Weight 12 Commercials, 52 Annoyance 63 Be In debt
9 AUTOSORANGE 17 Lowest point for short 54 Nonpareils 64 Opp. of WSW
SUZUKI SAMURAI, '87 In perfect condition SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 19 Troubles 15 Dec. holiday

AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW new top & battery, must sell! For Get confidential, testing and treatment at 20 Do a cobbler's 18 Dwarfed plant ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
$3700. Call
RATES, low payments, fast drive. 375-0394. 11-5-5-9 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. Job 22 Have fun In A P A M A SIE S

thru service, se hebla Espanol 377-2277 12.14.78.11 21 Savory jelly the snow N N
377CARS. WE CARE. 11.1.20.9 23 Fabray, to 24 Soon
10 WANTEDLocal ** GATOR MOVING ** friends 25 English novelist A N P R JL A1

Brand new 90 Eagle Talon, fully loaded, Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- 24 Inquired Charles D I RAC Y

,. tinted windows, car phone. 7000 ml. Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dia. 25 Greek letters 26 Advocates of a p E R A A 8 NMI
Take over payment. Call Dan 843-9410, ETC. $ trade. Ozzle's CHILI nnnn nnrannnci
11-1-5-9 Rings Top or Fine Llc/lns. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 12-14-76- 28 Heavy weight firm policy
J Ivemig. Jewelry 3739243. 12-14-76-10 11 30 "The -" by 27 HooterDostoyevskl A B R A D R A N
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'76 Triumph Spitfire cony. red wblack 29 Sports events Finn nnnnGDB

Interior, exc. condition, runs A looks zimc 33 Ocean route 31 Declaim H K R B ATE D
,I great. $3000 obo Please call 3755490. THEATRES There /$ A Difference! 35 Part Of EAP 32 Basks In nmcin nun

10-30-5-9 OAKS MALL 10 DAILY 7WI.uTE SHOW 37 Angellco's title the sun A N B R R
38 Rules 33 Quarrel
= a expert
.t CHEVY Z-28 Camaro 84 Perfect condition OAKS MAll 6309 KtWBt BUY ROAD 3 4n.rida8" A S M
42 Put 2 and 2 34 Sweet
Inside and out. Tint, bra, new tires. OAKS potato V A M N
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Runs great! $6800 obo. 371-6917, 10-
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305-9 331-8118 ADJAC5SI TO MALL 43 Husbands et al.
.. SIBLING ) IM OANS PLAZA 44 Vinegar bottles .39 Team anagram nnnn nnnn
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Pontiac 1000 1984 excellent conditionnew (15.00 US | : 45 Wire, for short 10/30/90/ /
clutch, tires 84k miles SHIFT (R) FANTASIA (G 48
starter alc. ) Homed viper
((1;'II TLS 0 U 00)), 1:4ftQMCUV
"am/fm// asking only $1600 or best offer call DOWN UNDO (K-11)) ((1 I:45, 5:00: TLS 913.00)), 7:40: 10:00: 50 Ancient Persian Z 11
3345290. 10-31-6-9 100: AVALON (PG) 51 Clumsy
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charged AM/FM/ ca... Runs 8 looks HENRY. 400Mt:17) ((2:00: 5:15: TLS 0 $3.00)), 7:SO, 10:20: 55 Join
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good. $2200 obo Call Pete & 378-6790. (CUI: : WHIT PALACE (R) 56 Acute andobtuse
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.. battery, alt, needs trana work but drlv- near
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TYPING TYPING SERVICESTyping HELP WANTEDAVON HELP WANTEDClose BUSINESS

12 SERVICES A T p..lllngTh....., 375.8967 to University. Perfect job for mature 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS
Dlss. & Manuscripts ONLY Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train couple. Help maintain large yard
*Typing reports business legal Experienced see Grad Sch list Benefits Insurance. 12-14-78-13 home and care 'for 3 children. Will furnish
resumes cassettes transcribed applications K.B. Williams 332-1402 12-14- poolside, furnished apartment wcent air ,terminals 1 pc's, buy, sell,
letters notary .etc.Available 40-12 Jobs In USA end overseas. All occupations on premises + util. and $3SO/mo. No chile trade, rent repair. Great prices, QUALITY
24 hourt/7 d. ./372.2777. 12-14-76- Don't limit yourself to those few dren. Call Gary (days) 373-7516 (eve) CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 12-
12 PROFFESSIONAL WORDPROCESSING companies that recruit on campus. Jumpstart 3720189. 11810.13 14.76.14Job
3 degrees, WordPerfect 5.1, new HP your job hunt. Contact College recruiters
MICRO CENTERTyping 3760339. Full LaserJet III. Reasonable rates from today. Write to C.A.S., 652 W. Attn. U of F students for Info in sitting for hunting burnout soon) Make more
& tell service computing. Open until $1.50/page. 373-7618. 10-31-10-12 Palm Ave. Placenpla, Ca. 82670. 11.21. the Dec.-90 FL dental board exam at U of money now before' you graduate. The
10pm school nights. Typing starts @ 50.13 F Dental School, call 336-6753 Iv. mes most exciting career opportunity in over
1.50/pg Resumes $6 Sell service Typing & Wordproc.lllngLtg.I, theses sage. 11-19-15-13 5 yrs. Call Roger for more Info. 1-800-
resumes $2.SO/hr .1S/psge./ Lasertypeset term papers, etc. Professional' quality Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate 7719094. 11-2-9-14
graphics spell check A theses & reliable service. Call Nancy, In new drug study for the treatment Art art graphics, etc-part-time art lettering
papers special characters employment 3722750. 11-2-10-12 of jock Itch (fungus of groin), call job close to UF. 10-15 hrs per Make money while you studylll
databases A mallmergt training. 331-5378. 121283.13 week. $4 per hr to start. Reply-Box 286, Do you have asthma? Do you use your
WordPerfect specialist. VIss/MC. 12-14- WORD PROCESSING 24 hr service Gville 32602. 1125.13 Inhaler daily? Would you like to earn up
52.12 $1.50 dbl sp pg f2 same day. Word 000 NANNIES NEEDED Top Pay Top to $500 If so, call 392-9088. 11-2-8-14
Pefect' 5.0 spell check edit. Call 378- Famlllee, NY and Vicinity, Au Pairs Delivery person. Must have car. Must be .
Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable 2087 Rick. 11.1.5.12QUICKSILVER Only Inc. 1-BOO-468-8699. 11-7-30-13 able to lift Olb boxes. Part-time. Very A Na-Nonsense way to $500 A
service. Reasonable rates. flexible hours. Some weekends necessary. D. I..nd (SASE.Anthony) Fitzgerald
Laser printer. 377-8175 til 900pm.: 12- WP INTELLIGENCE JOBS. FED CIA US $4/hr. Call 377-7298. 10-30-2-13 P.O. Box 12984 G'ville, 32603. 1031.514 -
14-78-12 373-3191. Fast, accurate, A guaranteedl Customs, DEA, etc. Now Hiring. List-
11-2-5-12 Ings. ((1)) 805 687-8000 Ext. K-9486. Sales help needed, self-motivated, bicycle XT compatibles complete A
...RESUMES*** 10.31.21.13 knowledgeable, capable of promotion 20Mb harddrlver. 640 K, $695
Complete writing a development ser TYPING NEAR BUTLER PLAZA, FAST, Travel Sales Representative Wanted, to ful.management Laurie 376-6729., sports 11-2-5-13 enthusiast help also 286,386,486 computersBusiness
vices. Resume House 3718148.. ACCURATE. CALL
12.1476.12 Software SystemsCall
outgoing, aggressive' self-motivated Individuals
3764854. or to market Winter and BE Jay 373-4009.
groups ON TV, many needed for commer
Typing/Wordprocesslng., WordPerfect 11-29-20-12 Spring Break trips on campus. For more cials. Now hiring all ages. For casting 10-31-3-14

5.1 1. quality work, fast results, low rates, $1/page, accurate, fast, & reliable. Graduate Information 1.800.848..1.call Student 10.31.10.13 Travel Servicesat Info Call ((615)) 779-7111 ext. T235. 10Temporary A Plus Notes-CHM 2046 student guide 'for
dependable, personal service. Tare 332- school approved 12 years experience. help needed: Answer phones exam 3 Is now available. 10-2-4-14

1469. 1214.78.12TypingLaser Mary 3720708. 10-31-2-12 NEED 20 BUCKS and fill In at busy Physicians' Office. A Plus Notes-We will no longer be distributing
Some medical
Call
terminology helpful.
Typesetting coupons on campus. We will continue
13 HELP WANTED TODAY? Ann or Jo 373-6114... 10.31.2.13
resumes Gi reports letters 0 etc. to provide you with detailed study
376-5465* 3500 W. Univ. Ave. An easy, relaxing way to pick up cash- Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to guides for your classes, available 6 days
Alachua Word Processing' 12147612Term CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The all that's required Is a plasma donation. In new drug study for the treatment participate prior to your exam. Any questions,
Independent Florida Alligator. Must own Earn up to $120 this month. New donor of athlete's foot. Call 33 .6379. please call 371-6954. 119914TAI
Papers Typeset Resumes reliable van or pick-up truck and be available only: with this coupon only. Come In
Business A Legal Personal' A Etc. from 5 '.m. until II '.m. Monday todayl 1 Alpha Plasma Center Do you love kids? Experieced CHI CHUAN
Q'vllle Handicapped Typing through Friday. Must have excellent drivIng 9 SW 1st street. Q'vllle 378-9204. babysitters needed. Set your wage and Yang Style Short Form. For Class information
YOU WRITE IT, WE TYPE IT 378-7179 record and valid Florida driver license. hours Call Moms Network News at 374- call Bill at: 3779692. 11-5-5-14
U.1..50.12T.L.C. Pay per route plus mileage. WANTED child care and light housekeep 6563. 10.30.5.13
Apply at the Alligator offices, 1105 West ing for 3 boys ages 6, 3, t 3 mos. Must
for your papers, theses, etc. Mac University Avenue. Ask for the route be .v.llabl.lrom 2.30pm: 7:30pm: weekdays Capable rider to help me exercise my 4th
2 & laser; graphics, spell check edit driver application. No calls, please. Affirmative end some weekends from 10 am & I.v'lr.k' stallion. No upper dressage experience 15 PERSONALS
373-9619, leave message. 1.50 per dbl Action/Equal Opportunity Em 7 pm $S/hr to start. Call 375-6858 between needed just basic ability. Call
.p p9. 11-5-15-12 ployer. 7 and 8 pm only. 11-2-6-13 376-4377. 10-30-4-13 Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great
= prlcei-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical
Laboratory 376-5563. 616 SW 4 Ave. I
It's a mystery to me block from Ala Gen. 12-14-76-15
Golden WeZ Notional"Honor'Society
why you don't advertisein FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC
Serving UF since' 1977
Fall Induction
the alligator. Most Insurance accepted
October 30 2 blocks 'from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave.or
Tuesday, We reach 49,000 readers! Dr. Steven Schargel
O 373-7070
7:30 pm, University Centre Hotel
Just broke up with your boyfriend or
next meeting is at 6:30: pm, Call 376-4482 girlfriend? Sell all the jewelry they gave
you In the Alligator Classifieds!
November 14, Jennings

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PERSONALSNatural PERSONALS CONNECTIONSCHALK BALL

Find
Foods and Vitamins
ONE UP FOR THE ARTS COM LUNCH SPECIALS EVERYDAY
Birkenstock, Sandals.
Sunflower Health Foods JU O'Connell Center HI MITTEEI! Come express your 'feelings 1/4 Hamburger French Fries, Drink someonespecial.

87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 at the Sidewalk Chalk Drawing Tuesday lla $2.99
12-14-76-15 = Upcoming Events| ft Wednesday, 10 m-4pm outside Everyday 7p

the on. 1031.216 1718 W. Univ Ave Upstairs 336-1111 .
eA Sixties Musical Review
PREGNANT? Don't Get immediate .
guess. (Gary Lewis and the Playboys, Gary U.S.
.*FREE**BREW*
test results from a reliable sourcePLANNED
PARENTHOOD 377-0881- Bonds, The Box Tops, The Tokens, and SAPPS Pawn & Gun ""Vr

12-14-76-15 The Chrystals-) November 2 at 8.00pm at Rev's Haunted House Party this Wedl If''.
Dennis Miller LiveNovember BUYSELLTRADEBoats .: .
DARE TO SCARE. 1031216Are -
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8 1
4 at :00
pm ,
NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? ,
eM.C. Hammer In Concert-
Get specal, student discounts on exams a Motors a Skis
November 6 at 7:30: pm you reading this right now? Yes you '
and a1" supplies at PLANNED PARENT.
*Louis Mandrel) Christmas Show are along with many others. So get yourme..ag. 111 NW 6th ST 373-5655
HOOD. 377-0881. 12-14-76-15 with special guest Irelene Mandrell out In the Alligator Classifieds! .tDL

December 5 st 8.00
pm
Permanent Hair Removal
Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc, for Call 392-1653 '17 NOTICESMeeting e 11 a4A a 1t
info about the PERMANENT removal of FOR TICKET INFORMATION

unwanted facial ft body hair, 374-4307, 1146.15 scheduled? Luncheon planned? 1'-1 ''
12.14.76.15 Let everyone know what's happening by SOCCER.SNOESSNORTSEOUIEMENT AEROBICS. RACQUETS 'mi

JASON.Happy placing a classified adl INDIVIDUALS TEAM SALES SPECIALISTS
STUDENTS GET CASH birthday you crazy cat! 34th 1 unlv
Wnlgili Regency Plan
For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's I love you, young'unl! WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU Next U aaln.aDe Health t FHMU/ ljJJ\
372226.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central Voofily, WENT BOWLING? It's fun, It's different. 374S400Attention !

City 12.14.76.15 Fiona Alley Katz open until lam Mon.-Thurs.

10302.15 11.1.16.17 Students:
SAVE ON RAYBANS

University Opticians ... Computer Tutoring ... Tune into Advertise in The

12.14.76.15 300 SW 4th Ave 3784480 Problems in Pascal a C? Call the best, 18 RIDES TV 69 (UHF) Alligator classifieds

Tim 371-0695 now. 1031315Hit
*.GET A GRIP ** $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp./ $30 one way. West in Christian TelevisionFor 373-FIIND

Call ACTS 376-7105 the Birdie! Sign-up for Badminton Singles 6 yrs of weekly Frl/Sun./ bus trips. Pets more Into:407-297-0155
The Spirit-filled Tourney by Oct 30 In 214 Fla Gym. ok, pkg. transported. GMG trans 336-

Campus Ministry Play begins on Nov 6. 10-30-2.15 7026/305-266-3768. 11530.18
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Get your Kicks and try your foot In the If your Rickshaw Is getting a little creaky,
SKYDIVE Recreational Sport's Soccer Goal shoot- find I ride here In the Rides section) Joe B. Kule keeps his head out of the water.So .

Skydive with The Williston Skydivers Ing contest on Oct 30, 5pm at Norman

336-7970 12.14.73.15 Field, 1030215The Any student needing I ride to Cleveland, should your business.

OH. area for Thanksgiving hol. willing to
Reitz Union Barber and Style Shop split gas $ call Randy at 377-2855 Iv.
SKI SNOWSHOE has the most experienced staff In Gaines msg 10-30-4-18, Reach 49,000 Readers
ville. From Flattops to Razorcuts Perms
$169person! 3 nights lodging, 3 day lift
The
to Precision cuts. No matter what through Independent
your
ticket skis, 1 hour lesson, Apres ski
hair texture or need, we have the right
partyi Breakaway Tours 377.6369. Florida
Space is limited I 10-31-16-15 Stylist for you. Call 392-1610 for an appointment 19 PETSFor Alligator.Call
or stop in Mon-Thur 8-6, Frl

8-5. or Sat 9-2 at JWRU Grd. 11-5-7-15 I Sale-Samyod puppy-pure breed. I Advertising

MARDI GRASOnly have all the papers Born on 62190.
RUSSEL SWEATSFor Has had all shots. Want $400. Call 336- 0 at 3764482.I .
92 spaces left! Packages from o
0682. 10-30-5-19
$159. Don't miss this party weekend. the largest selection and best priceson 0

Breakaway 3776369. 10-31-16-15 your sweats, check out Lloyd Clarke 0 0 0
Greyhound 9mos., all shots, all papers,
Sports. We have 28 colors ft
stylesto 000
"" many
house-broken playful, well mannered,
ALLEY KATZ Is a bowling center We choose from. We will match any local
great with children, needs good homel 0
have it alll I Pool, video games, and beer. prices because we appreciate your busi-' $80 o.b.o. 378-4827. 11-2-5-19 0
Open until lam Mon.-Thurs. 12134315 ness. 1504 NW 13 St. 11-2-4-15 0F

1 1/2/ ft long 2mo old klngsnake 4 sale.
GUNSIGUNSIGUNSI!
Very gentle & has beautiful body color.
Beer, bowling, billiards at Alley Katz. 1800 Gun Inventory
Tank and
hot rock Incl. $80 obo. Call
Open until 1am Mon.-Thurs. DO SOME. Over 500 handguns In stock
334-9189. 10-31-2-19
THING DIFFERENT! 11.14.24.15 Buy, Sell, Trade Repair

Reloading Supplies 466-3340
You're the star of the party at Center Harry Beckwith Gun Dealer "

Stage. Costumes, masks, make-up ft 8 mi. South of G'ville on 441 20LOST & FOUNDLOST
morel 3704 Newberry Road, Royal Park ALSO-INDOOR PISTOL RANGE

Plaza. 10.31.14.15 HANDICAP FACILITIES : Gold specs. Woke hungover w/o

10312.15 glasses. Lost at at Greenwich
my party
Halloween Costumes, masks, make-up,
Green opts on 10-18. $20 rwd 3770276.
, accessories, everything needl! 10th
you
..$100 FIRST PRIZE* 10-30-5-20
Annual Gallery of Horror. Center court. the alligator

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I Rowell makes the most of recent playing time I



Rowell's aggresiveness may have been Before that game, Rowell saw action "What had really hurt me ths season was
By ALEX MARVEZ magnified by playing on the Gators' defensive mostly as a tight end in blocking situations.To not playing in the spring,"Rowell said."I felta

Alligator WriterIn line the past two seasons before being make himself eligible, Rowell had to lot of pressure starting, especially midway

recent weeks UF right tackle Tony converted last spring. switch from his.regular)jersey number ((56)) through the season, because a lot of eyes

Rowell has earned compliments from his But Rowell who has the rep to No. 93 because backs and are on you that think you shouldn't be there.
teammates and coaches since supplantingGlenn utation among some team- receivers can't wear numbers "I've got to do the best to prove I do."

Neely on the first-team. mates as a"wildman" said rumors 5079. McGeorge was happy with Rowell's per-
likes Rowell's of his off-the-field Rowell's chance to start tackle.
UF coach Steve Spurrier formance at
coach Rich McG- behavior are exaggerated."I camewhen the Gators'offensiveline
Offensive line
intensity. surrendered four sacks "He needs more experience but he did
I'm more hyper q
eorge enjoys Rowell's aggresiveness.Right coming guess from the defensiveside ,; Oct. 13 in a 45-3 loss to Tennes- some things real well"McGeorge said."His
guard Chris Bromley agrees with effort and intensity is what we wanted."
He also said Rowell of the line" Rowell said. ?
statements.
those two fun to the offensiveline "I'm calm when I go out (at ", see.Neely, who was the startingleft Rowell will not have long to rest on his
has added something" of block with night),though.I'm just not the tackle surrendered three of laurels though. The Gators play host toy
the"soup bone a type
type of person who can watch the sacks, prompting Spurrier Auburn Saturday and Rowell most likely
the forearm. TV. I've got to go out and be to move right tackle Mark will be assigned to block defensive tackle
"When we're watching the films,we make doing something." White into Neely's position and David Rocker an All-America candidate."I .
fun of Tony because he always gives soup to make Rowell the right tackle.
Mel- Rowell
bones to the other team" Bromley said. Rowell, a junior from don't know how to prepare for him

"He's kind of reckless, but he's controlledin bOUrne High School,broke his n< Is nothing! new for because I've never prepared against anyone
lineman has to be."He's foot midway through last spring's practice RowelUhough'Sesessions started at defesive tackle that good,"Rowell said."He's one of the best
the way a and the offensive line and didn't start until Gators' 59-0 last season' against Louisiana[ State and in the nation, and this will tell me how I'm
aggresive" victory over Akron. Vanderbilt. going to do on the offensive line."
needed that.
I

Kruger says team'simprovement Volleyball team



I visible to visit 'NolesBy


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a "*nx Y HUGH HENCKEN
white team. Walk-ons Darryl Alligator Writer
By MATT FOGLESON Findley and Gary Willoughby also

Alligator Writer wore white jerseys. The UF volleyball team travels to

The UF basketball team enteredits Davis scored 12 points on 6-of-7 Tallahasee tonight to take on the Florida

third week of practice Monday, shooting and Chatman added 10 State Seminoles.The .

and head coach Lon Kruger said points. Gators volleyball team has won a

the team had its best practice of "Dwayne and Livingston each season high six consecutive games, Increas-
their overall record to 12-11 and 4-2 in
the season."I had their best workouts Kruger ing
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5 y Southeastern Conference. UF has not
the
,,.
thought today was probablythe ; ""'"
said.Davis of nine lost since playing Auburn Oct. 12th.
best workout of the year Kru also made eight
ger said. "I think we're about field goal attempts when the team t UF and FSU split their first two matches.But .

where you'd expect to be." ran offensive drills before the freshman Kim Hale says the Gators have
scrimmages. improved since the two teams last met.
Intrasquad scrimmages again
highlighted Monday's practice. Kruger said Poole, the team's "Our practices and games are so much

Kruger divided the team into blue Most. Valuable Player last year, better"Hale said.have just completely
and white squads. also continues to impress him, turned around."

The white team,which included even though Poole is still not at full In the last meeting, the Gators could not
senior forward Livingston Chat- strength because of a knee Injury. stop FSU's Maggie Philgence, who led the

man and senior center Dwayne Poole continues to wear a brace in Seminoles to victory with 19 kills. Junior
practice. Steffi Legall led the Gators with 16 kills, and
Davis,won two of the three games,
which ended when one team ADRIAN DENNIS Hale helped with 13 kills of her own.

scored 11 points.Sophomore "Stacey's feeling more comfort UF volleyball player Kim Hale tries to block a spike. "I have no intentions of losing (against
forward Stacey able with that knee," Kruger said. Hale says the team Is confident they can beat Flordla FSU)," Hale said. "I do not think anyone on

Poole, senior guard Renaldo Gar- "He's doing about as well as you State tonight. our team does."

cia and junior guard Brian Hogan could expect a guy lugging arounda
"
joined Chatman and Davis on the knee brace. .


I Virginia and Nebraska on top of UPI PollUnited UPI idPNOO;Top 251rull .


with the ACC's automatic No. 7 Colorado improved one
Tech w p4.Y W"h
The high rankings of Nebraska t aced mid It
Press International extent Virginia Citrus Bowl berth on the line. place after a 32-23 triumph over awes MradanispokiaNrwr '
and to a lesser Nebraska defeated Iowa State Oklahoma, and No. 8 Miami also .,14 i ooe m.iadle as lctWOW
NEW YORK Virginia and Nebraska have been criticized by those who its 45-10 "dt t'
confer- 45-13 to improve to 8-0 heading into moved up a spot following 197 tANod11
weak
two schools whose high say the teams play in against Col- victory over Texas Tech. No. 9
next Saturday's 70ff 4l:4.
game a t
rankings have been criticized because ences and did not have a strongnonconference fell two spots de- i1
orado for the Big Eight title and Brigham Young < ,5e ti 13104-t sa
of weak schedules, get a schedule. Orange Bowl berth. spite a 55-31 victory over New tt1.

chance to overcome those doubts However,both schools face critical "We just hope we play well this Mexico and Tennessee remained
next week. tests this week with NewYeusDay week" Osborne said. "We've still 10th after an idle week.
and No. 2 bowl bids on the line.Victories Florida State remained
The No. 1 Cavaliers Kansas and Oklahoma after No. 11
got
Cornhuskers continued to hold the next Saturday would give the Cavaliers that so we're still in the tough part unchanged while No. 12 Texas t is 01 210,, 11 ,'
defense .
and Cornhuskers a 11. 4 a t 2m 14
the Ar-
in after beating
top two positions Sunday of our schedule. jumped two spots .1A.; 20131
.
United Press International college against detractors."I No. 3 Notre Dame used a 31-22 kansas. Iowa remained 13th and
football ratings, with Notre Dame don't know how these people victory over Pittsburgh to move No. 14 Georgia Tech dropped two

jumping over Auburn into the third think," said Nebraska said Coach several Tom past Auburn, which held on for a places despite a 48-31 victory over ., 3a,1r"v,
has
Osborne, who
position. State Duke.
Mississippi
that theCornhuskers' 17-16 victory over
Virginia received 35 of 5j.( first-' .times this year schedule resulted by blocking an extra-point attempt
weak
place votes cast by the 59memberUPI scrambling with 2:33: remaining.No. No. 15 Mississippi No. 16 Wyoming
Board of Coaches and finished from last-minute cancellations. 5 Washington, which re- No.. 17 Clemson and No. 18

with 807 of a possible 840 points. caused by opponent ceived the final first-place vote, Michigan won to maintain their
"We just play the best we can. while No. 19 Arizona and
Nebraska received 16 firstplacevotes idle Saturday moved up one spot after hammerIng positions,
and 773 points, Notre Dame The Cavaliers 7-0 were nextweek's California 46-7. The Huskies No.20 Oregon each moved up two
for
topped one ballot with 700 points in preparation Conference switched places with No. Illinois, places after Pacific-10 Conference

and Auburn led three ballots with Atlantic Coast 6-0-1 Georgia a 21-3 winner over Wisconsin. Victories. I ISPORTS

points. showdown. .against .. .
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I UF drops one place in AP Poll after week oft I


when Auburn to town for a 7:30: p.m. said. "Our offensive line will have to be up
For taking last Saturday off, UF droppedone Despite big wins over Texas Tech and comes "
spot to 15th In the latest Associated Louisiana State respectively, neither Miaminor date. ESPN will televise the contest. for them.

Press Top 25, the news agency announced Florida State moved up in the polls. "They definitely have a physical defensiveline Odom healthy
Monday. Miami is ranked eighth and FSU is 12th. ," senior guard Chris Bromley said."But Starting inside linebacker Jerry Odom
they always have a good defensive line, a said he may not be completely healthy, but
Gregg Doyel First place votes went to Virginia ((44)), bull-rushing type." he won't miss hislast chance to beat Auburn.
Notre Dame ((6)), Nebraska ((5)), Auburn ((2)),
But Auburn hasn't been bullying opponents
NOTEBOOKNotre No. 6 Houston ((2)) and No. 7 Washington this like it has in the past. The Odom, despite missing the final quarter
year
((1)). the nation's against Tennessee and the entire Akron
Tigers defense,typically among
Tiger Watch leaders, is just third in the SEC, allowing contest with a sprained knee, leads the Ga
Dame,which beat Pittsburgh 31-22 tors with 54 tackles.
UF sophomore Shane Matthews could almost 263 yards a game.
Saturday and Nebraska 45-13 winner
,a over
Iowa State, leaped ahead of Auburn and into wind up on the endangered quarterback listif But statistics aren't enough to convince "Yeah, I'll play at 90 percent or so,"Odom
second and third, respectively, behind Vir- he has to endure another day like Sept. senior tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick that the said. "I'm sure there'll be some pain and

ginia. The Tigers fell from second to fourth 13. Tigers have lost a bit of their bite. some discomfort, but I don't see how It's

after escaping Starkville with a 17-16 win Matthews and the rest of the Gators face "Their defense is such a big-play defense, going to keep me from playing.And I've got
over Mississippi State.SENIORS. another life-threatening defense Saturday you have to give them credit," Kirkpatrick another five days before I can play."


I'. UF takes third and fifth in SEC meetBy UF's' Finnegan



CHERYL BOSSEN to a slim lead until Williams over- loses, qualifier l
took him with less than 10 meters
Alligator Writer
to go. Thornton finished just UF men's tennis player Gary
The University of Tennesseewon three-tenths of a second behind Finnegan lost his chance for a
in both the men's and Williams.For berth in the Vohro/ITCA Colle-
women's Southeastern Confer- UF, Mike LeValle placed giate Championships Monday in

ence cross country champion- sixth, Dan Middleman ((7th), and x 41, b+ Athens,.Ga.University'.
ships Monday morning on the Mykytok ((8th) gained All-SEC
University Golf Course. honors by placing in the top 10. of North Carolina'sAndre

The Volunteers took the men's Rounding out the men's team Janasik eliminated
Finnegan, a junior, in the quarterfinals
competition on the strength of standings were Alabama((90)),Au-
Todd Williams' consecutive SEC burn ((148)), Georgia ((176)), LSU of the qualifying" tournament,

individual title in a courserecord ((180)), Ole Miss ((186)), MississipiState 7-5,6-L

time of 24 minutes, 6 seconds. ((239)) and Vanderbilt ((308)). The winner of the,quarterfinal

Tennessee, who joined UF by In the women's competition, round is eligible to compete in the
three in the Georgia was second overall witha t I t.
placing runners top t 64 player main draw champion
10, edged Kentucky in the team team score of 55 points, fol- ships which begin today.
race with 52 points to the lowed by Alabama ((88)), Auburn
Wildcats' 57 points. UF came in ((101)) and UF ((111)). UF coach Ian Duvenhage was
"hird with 60 points. The first 13 runners to finish pleased with Finnegan's perfor-
broke the course record and mance despite his loss.
UF finished fifth in the
f women's competition.After there were three Gators, sophomore "Gary(Finnegan)has seemed to
Coralena Velsen, senior tire in long matches but pulled
the meet, UF's John Frazier and freshman
Webb and Tennessee's Doug Wendy things together and got the wins,"
Marny Westphal.
Brown were voted Co-Coaches of Velsen earned her second con- Duvenhage said."

the Year in the SEC. secutive All-SEC honors as she UPs men's squad will play again

Senior Patty Weigand led the placed third with a personal best this weekend as the Gators play

Volunteers,who had four runnersin of 17:14.7.: Frazier finished in 11th -- host to the Barnett Bank Invitational
I I the top 10, to the 41 point place with 17:36.8: and Westphal SEAN MEYERS at the Varisty Courts.The tournament
UF cross country runner Mike LeValle finished In sixth place to
victory. Weigand set the 5,000- placed 13th, equaling her career begins Friday and will run
lead all Gators' finishers at the SEC Championships.time '
,. record with time
meter course a best of 17:40.4."I : until Sunday.:
of 16:45.1: nearly a minute better "
was surprised at my finish, Meanwhile
UFs women1 team
than former Gator Shelly Steely's of 16:51.6.: Weigand took the
said Velsen,who placed ninth last
will be road weekendas
the this
1989 record of 17:40.5.: year as a freshman."I didn't thinkI lead for a good two-thirds of the ((18:56.5): ) and freshman Breda it on in the Southeastern
I In the men's competition, UFsMike I would do this well." race. Gaffney placed 43rd with competes
Conference
.1 Mykytok led until about the UFs fourth and fifth runners (1900.0: ).Sophomore Katie Dear- Indoor Champion-
I three-mile mark. From then on, Tennessee's Weigand was out couldn't close the gap between ing was 48th with 1919.0: and ships in Knoxville,TennDEBRA ,

.. LSU's Terry Thornton dualed early along with Georgia's Keli UPs first three finishers as senior junior Samara Benson was 57th SARI UNN
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the indenidentA I florida VOLUME 84, NUMBER 46 uw nWnA Pubbs1ITed by mC1.0.1 Inc T 111 W. G, T 11 TUESDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1990 Student may challenge random thumbprinting By MATTHEW SAUER Alligator Writer A UF student is questioning the constitutional validity of the Florida Highway Patrol's policy of randomly thumbprinting people in southwest Gainesville UFjunior Darin Janeczko, 20, was stopped by an out-of-town trooper earlier this month and was thumbprinted while leaving his southwest apartment complex on a moped. Janeczko said the trooper told him the stop was in connection with the recent murders of five local college students. Robin Blumner, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida in Miami, said Monday that Janeczko's civil rights may have been violated, and the organization is considering suing the FHP. "We've confirmed with the Florida Highway Patrol that they've been randomly stopping people, particularly white males, who are on foot, bikes, and mopeds, and thumbprinting them," Blumner said. "If you stop someone because they violated a traffic law, that's all you have reason to question them on." FHP Lt. Paul Shinholster, who supervised the out-of town troopers that supplemented southwest police patrols for the past two months, said thumbprinting is done on a statewide basis by all troopers. "Any officer that has probable cause can use the (thumprinting) at the officer's discretion," Shinholster said We have a fingerprinting polcy for notification of a traffic violation," Shinholster said a ruling by Circuit Judge Chester Chance gave troopers permission to thumbnprint in cases where a traffic citation or a notice to appear in court is issued. But Janeczko said he was fingerprinted without receiving a traffic citation "He wasjust looking for something to stop me for,"Janeczko said. "He never issued me a ticket." Instead, the officer recorded Janeczko's height, weight, hair and eye color, and other physical characteristics on a card, he said. The officer also asked him if he smoked Janeczko said the officer said the information was "evidence for the murders going on in Gainesville "I asked the officer if it was legal," Janeczko said. "He said 'We can do whatever we want.'" Gainesville police spokeswoman I. LSadie Darnell said Monday that thumbprinting is permissible under Florida's new drunk-driving law and in a situation where a police officer has given someone a notice to appear in court. 'They have to have an arrestable situation," Darnell said Number enrolled at USF may surpass UF By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer UF is the state's largest university, but it may lose that bragging right as enrollment skyrockets at the University of South Florida in Tampa. The five-campus USF has 32,360 students enrolled this fall, trailing UF's enrollment by about 2,000 students. The school, which opened in 1960, has increased its enrollment annually by about 1,000 students, said Dan Casseday. USF director of media relations. If USFs student population continues to soar, the university soon may overtake UFs enrollment, he said. UFs numbers have not kept pace because of registration limits, such as former UP President Marshall Criser's ",50OP a.Thatthree-yearplan, begun in 1986 to stretch state money, shaved 500 students annually from UF's enrollment. "Aslongas UFhascapped enrollment, their, it could happen in the next five to 10 yea," Casmeday said. "But overtakig the University of Florida is not foremost in our mind." Cuseday said the first thing on the school's agenda is adjusting to the student population boom and meeting its financial burden. The school Is looking for outside sources of support, such as private donstons, to supplement money from the Legislature and meet ever-growing student demand, Casseday said 'We're not dwelling so much on overtaking UF as we are on taking care of the students we have enrolled," Casseday said. Board of Regents spokesman Pat Riordan said although USF almost has as many students as UP, many are only part time. Because legislators allot money according to the number of full-time students, USF won't receive more money than UF, he said. The board is a 13-member body that governs the state's nine public universities. About half of USF's students are part time, compared to only 16percent of UP students. "This means nothing to the University of Florida," Riordan said, "We have a system that is balanced In which we have nine different universities that each do different things." A university's size isn't all-important, and all of the state's universities excel In different areas, Riordsn said. No one university can be designated as the state's best, he said. "We have decided not to designate a flagship university," he said. "We are not going to put all our eggs in one basket" Commendations mark former city employee's records By JOHN F. ER1 Y hired in 1978. But a June 1989 her loyalty, efficiency and hard 1987. Her first job evaluation, sion office on Oct. S. Frazer began report signed by former City Clerk work. She earned a Police Service signed by former City Clerk Mary working as an assistant city clerk AllIgator Writer Mary Ann Frazer described Reno Award for absorbing the workload Ann Frazer, used many of the same for the city In 1972 and was proCity records show that Ann as insubordinate. It also showed of two absent employee. She also compliments Reno received at moted to the clerk's job in 1976. her Productivity and workmanshi earned a letter of commendation GPD. Reno, the fiEd Gainerville m plhyse who worked for the Clerk of the Commission office, once recalved a positive job evaluation from the Supervisor who fired her. It WASone In a series of complementary evaluations Reno recalved from the city since she was needed improvement, Further documents showed that Reo failed to follow instruction. Reno started working as a Gainesville Police Department sec mitary in 1978. In her nine years there, herevaluationscomplement from Police Chief Wayland Clifton after she taught about 150 city employees how to usea new word processor. Rao moved from GPD to City Hall after she was prmoted from secretary to assistant city clerk in According to the report, "She cares about people, her family and this city government. I admire her very much and enjoy working with her." But Frazer fired Reno in June, then quit as Clerk of the Commissee Fired, page 4 correction Jean Chalmers did not contribute $50 to Peny McGriffs campaign. Tin Alligator reported otherwise on this page Monday. Panel discussion focuses on obscenity issue. 5 UF drops one spot to 15 In latest AP Poll.16 STEPHANIE soMMER ftn, Spo, run A participant races with his dog Saturday morning in a run through Westside Park sponsored by the College of Veterinary Medicine.

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2. ALUGATOUTIJESDAY. OCTOBER 30. 1990 WHAT'S HAPPENING CISPLA:The Community In Sup. port of the People of Latin America is meeting tonight at 7 at the Methodist Student Centerto work for consciousness and change Call 373-7639 or 375-6578. Environment:The Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences and the Society of Environmental Engineers are having their Fourth Annual Environmental Research Poster Session to promote interdisciplinary discussion of research on environmental topics. It will be held at the Reitz Union Ball. room today from 9 a.m. to 3 pm, Call Scott Kenner, 392.0468 or Dr. Paul Chadik, 392-7970. Handweavert:The Gainesville Handweavers Guild will meet at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2814 NW 43rd St., tonight at 7:30. Call Barbara Safranek, 376-3316 or 338-7320. The birdie flies agin:The UF Recreational Sports Department is sponsoring a badminton singles tourney on Tues., Nov. 6, and sign. up deadline is today at the Florida Gym Room 214. Call 392-0581 Test help:The Reitz Union Leisure Course Program is offering GRE review classes for both math and verbal sections starting Oct. 29. Sign up in Reitz Union Room 330 before Oct. 31. or call 392-1655. Let the Lord heal:The Christian Science Organization is having its volume 84 weekly meeting tonight at 7 in Reitz Union Room 121 to focus on readigs from the Bible followed by testimonies. Cal Lindsay. 378-1784. Christlan Hallowen:The Agape Faith Center Ministries presents Fire by Night, a Christian alternative to Halloween festivities, Wednesday evening at the Agape Faith Center, 908 SW Williston Road, from 5 to 8. Call 375-5381. In honor of:The Pre-legal Honorary Society is meetingtonight at 7:30 at the Reitz Union Rooms 346/347. Call 334-9453. Getting togetherThe B'nai B'rith Hillel Social Committee is meeting in the lounge at 16 NW 18th St. at 5 this afternoon, followed by a spaghetti dinner at 5:45. Call 372-2900. COm.:nThe Gamma meeting will be held tonight at 7:30 at Zeta Tau Alpha. All representatives need to be present Evlta.:The B'nai B'rith Hillel Social Committee is going to see 'Evita," followed by ice cream Nov. 1. Meet at 6,30 p.m. at Hillel. Ticket reservations are $8 and are due by 5 this afternoon. Call 372-2900. Lt.demr:Omicron Delta Kappa's executive meeting will be held tonightatthe Orange and Brewat8:30. All officers and division executives please attend. Call David Kalchbrenncr, 376-9473. Watch ArgentIn.:The Center for Latin American Studies Film Series ISSN 0889-2423 presents the Argentinian Film, lime for Revengen at Turlington Hall Room 2353. Call 392-0375 On the air:The Alpha Epsilon Rho Broadcasting Society will meet too night at 6:30 at Wetmer Hall Room 1094 to discuss the upcoming telecommunications advisory board reception. Call Jeanne, 336-6480. For the good of solance:The American Institute of Chemical Engineers is having a presentation by InternationalPapertonightat6:30in the Chemistry Building Room 237. Free food and drinks will be served. Call 392-4422. All butinms":The Minority Bus. mem. Society is holding an academic form tonight at 6 in Bryan Hall Room 220. Call 3366953. They ban the smairs:The Golden Key National Honor Society is having theirfall induction at the Uni verity Centre Hotel tonight at 7:30. The key-note speaker is Dr. James Scott Call Dr. Chisholm, 392-2112. Sock It:Get your kicks Gators! The Recreational Sports Department wants you toparticipate in Recreational Sport's Soccer Goal Shooting Contest at 5 this afternoon at Norman Field. Call 392-0581 Don't worry. be healthy:The Student Health Outreach Team will meet this afternoon in Reitz Union Room B70 to discuss upcoming events. Call Maggie Tucker, 3921161 ext. 283. number 46 the independent florid. Not otlcilly associated Ih Univalty of FoId. 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TUESDAY CrOBER 30. 1990, AlLIGATOR. 3 Program to encourage minority history students By LAURA DEITSCH Alligator Witer The stt offset lost Studen If recent state budget cuts don't hinder and a $1, spending, about 15 minority students will mentor af get $1,500 and a free summer studying in a Studeni new history program, UF history departsemester ment Chairman Kermit Hall said, the 1960 The six-week program, designed to boost women's the number of minorities in history studies, The ort will match students with faculty mentors. in which State law offers CLAST By MIKE NEUMEIER Alligator Writer Under a new law, students who fail any portion of the College Level Academic Skills Test are able to waiver exempting having to pass the to graduate. The 1990 state law allows Florida universities and community colleges to form a committee to grant waivers to those who failed to pass the CLAST, which is a graduation requirement. Students seeking a Waiver must have failed t file for a them from .estinorder Stud seeking waiver have fa the CA any poi of it fou times. he CAST or any portion of it four times. Waivers will be granted on the basis of academic records and personal interviews Procedures on how the committees will act have not yet been forned, but the State Board of Education is exwaivers pected to take up the issue with in the next 60 days, said Thomas Fisher, director of state testing programs "Each (university) president has the authority to establish a committee to grant waivers from one or more parts of the CIAST" Fisher said. The committee will be chaired by ents the chief acaa demic officer and its members will must include a repreled tentative from the math departST or ment, the English department, the tMon school's CLAST r administrator and a fourth member from math glish department neither the nor the En"The difficulty level of the CLAST is a matter of opinion," Fisher said. "Eighty-five percentof those who take the test for their first time pass it and see CLAST, page 7 dents will get a $1,000 stipend to summer income and expenses. s also will earn six history credits 500 a year Salaty if they assist the ter graduating from the program. :s will attend two regular summer classes. One, an in-depth study of a, will focus on civil rights, the movement and changing America. her class will be a writing seminar students will make presentations on an area of the 1960s that they are interested in. Hall, with the help of Robert Zieger and Hunt Davis, both history faculty members, said he developed the program because of the lack of minority students studying history. "The pool of minority students is low," Minority Student Affairs Director Willie Robinson said. Also, he said, students are more interested in the disciplines that pay the most, like law or medicine. 'There is no true appreciation of history potential, and this program sounds like it will encourage one, Robinson said. Sophomores and juniors of Hispanic, African American and Native American desee History, page 10 "I MCHINKOMFA'% a U. TAN NAKEO 3wm osas~il SHNOKI MA("" APACHES NINA'SCOSTUMES 1i3O W. UNIV. 375.6462 STUDENT GOVERNMENT PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS THE 1990 HALLOWEEN IALL IhTZ AT THE BANDSHELL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31 6:00 PM The Great Pumpkin TEMPLE President Lombardi's executive housekeeper, Martha Davis, set up this caricature in front of his home Friday. aI thought it would be a fun thing to do and he takes jokes so well," Davis said. aHe'll just laugh." Lombardi reads the paper on his front porch every morning, she said. MYERS SERVICE CENTER WESPECIAii/l ONLY IN TOYOTAS CALL AND ASK ABOUT OUR LOW PRICES 376-6752 Discover, -m 4 Student Loans by Phone 1-800-347-7667 .====-. is 47

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4. ALLIGATOR TUESDAY .OCTOBER 30, I990 ELSEWHERE campaigns for OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla. (UPI) -Shoving the budget fiasco aside and plunging headlong into campaigning for Republicans, President Bush promised Monday to clear the air of "Democratic falsehoods" in an attempt to minimize political fallout before next week's midterm elections. The rancorous budget war finally over, a pact to trim the deficit in hand and virtually no one happy about it, Bush opened a final campaign drive to Nov. 6. which he promised would be a lively one. Speaking to reporters after a topdollar fund-raising stop in San Francisco, Bush clung to optimism for GOP prospects even as administration officials were admitting that damage had been done to the party by Bush's retreat on his 1988 pledge not to raise taxes. Angry that Democrats had successfully painted him as more favorably disposed to the rich, Bush railed: 'he opposition party -I'm used to that kind of demagoguery. And so I'm out here now on the campaign trail laying it to rest" Of the truth behind who really are the taxers, Bush pledged to let Americans know that the Democratcontrolled Congress is the true culpriL "I've got to get that in focus because they've been getting away with this 'tax the rich' class warfare -the kind of garbage that they always resurrect at election time," Republicans he said. And as he did over the weekend, Bush brushed aside concerns the GOP would suffer the most from the budget talks, and he hinted the new offensive in coming days would be a fierce one. "We've been under constraints because I've been trying to get a deficit deal. Now I feel free, free to go out and take this message across the country," he said. White House press secretary Marlin Ficrwater announced details of a punishing campaign schedule for the president, beginning with a speech Tuesday to party faithfuls in Washington, and shiftinginto high gear Thursday with dozens of stops scheduled in more than seven states right up to Election Day, Bush,besidestakingon Democrats,tookissuewith his recent plunge in popularity, declaring, "These polls don't mean anything. .I don't live and die by these." Bush didn't want to talk about his fall in the polls on Sunday when the latest one registered his lowest approval rating as president Nor did he discuss thewarfare within his own party caused by the budget negotiations and threatening the coming elections where one-third of the Senate and the entire House must stand for re-election. Gorbachev favors Arab solution to crisis RAMBOUILLET, France (UP -Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, saying war in the Persian Gulf is unacceptable, suggested Monday that Saudi Arabia work toward an "inter-Arab" solution to the conflict Gorbachev, at a joint news conference with French President Francois Mitterrand, said the latest information from Soviet envoyYevgeny Primakov indicates Iraqi President Saddam Hussein appears to have softened his position on Kuwait. "One sees signs showing that the leadership of Iraq could finally listen to good sense and the voices of the United Nations," Gorbachev told reporters at Mitterrand's chateau on the southern outskirts of Paris. The Soviet Nobel Peace Prize laureate, who later left for home after his 24-hour visit to France, said if Arabs could construct a solution among themselves, "the Iraqi leadership would be more ready to accept thal" "Saudi Arabia is close, a neighbor, and has certain relations with Iraq. It could take an initiative as well as other countries," Gorbachev said.here are interArab mechanisms. They must act." Gorbachev said there was no question of the U.N. Security Council breaking ranks, and he termed the Aug. 2 Iraqi invasion of Kuwait as adventurism. But he affirmed, Ihe military option to this problem is unacceptable.' Mitterrand said France agreed with the Soviet proposal for an inter-Arab solution and emphasis on the Arab factor that ultimately would include addressing the Palestinian problem, the Israeli occupation of Arab territories and the plight of Lebanon. "Our positions in this very sensitive area are concordant. We will defend these Ideas in the U.N. Security Counc, Mitterrand said. Mitterrand said he rejoiced over the expected return of morm than 300 French hostages from Iraq. "But we will not rejoice completely until the other hostages have re-found their countries," he mid. Forhis part, Gorbachevpledgedtocontinuetowork for the release of some 3,000 Soviet citizens in Iraq. Both presidents concurred that a Franco-Soviet treaty of cooperation they signed earlier would open a new em of relations between the two countries. r -------i HALLOWEEN COSTUMES 10% OFF With This Ad ASHIMAS 029W UNVE 3764594 ----MYERS SERVICE CENTER WE SPEtIALI/E ONLY IN F0 0 I iAl L AND ASK ABOUTOI'R I M iE 376-6752 FIRED from cage I She refused to comment Monday. "It is in the best interest of the city that I don't comment on the situation," she said. Reno said she misses her job and would work again for the city, but not theclerk'soffice. She said Monday she still doesn't understand why her relationship with Frazer went sour. There is no one incident that I knowof that clarifies the situation," Reno said. "This is something that has wracked my brains out. While I was there, I tried to figure out what I did wrong." In December of 1989, Reno took sick leave. When that expired In April, the used her two months of vacation time. The termination letter in Reno's personnel file states that Reno failed to properly explain why she was gone. Reno mid Monday that she han died all correspondence through her lawyer. She saId working for Fraer caused her to become sick, lose 30 pounds and visit a psychol. ogist Bush Bad Business Frustration? Advertise in The Independent Florida Alligator. 376-4482
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VEESDAY, CTOBER30. 1990, ALIGATOR,5 Panel raps about Crew By ENNIER C. MITCHELL Alligator Writer The rap group 2 Live Crew will continue to be "As Nasty as They Warna Be," but the lyrics from that album ar still the subject of controvery, even at UF. At a panel discussion hosted by a law of mass communicationsclms Monday, participants dis cussed obscenity and freedom of expression. UF Professor Colleen Sullivan, newspaper columnist Bill Maxwell, and Mike Sorgius of Christan Leadership Ministries were on the original panel. Maxwell was unable to attend because of parking problems. 2 Live Crew was Indicted on obscenity charges lastJune. Broward County Sheriff Nick Navarro also arrested a music store owner for selling the album "As Nasty As ney Warma Be But band members were acquitted of the charges after their music was found to have political and cultural value. Sullivan. a law professor and attorney, said that the First Amendment does not provide freedom for all expressions, including obscenity. The 2 Live Crew question is whether a "reasonable man" can find value in the songs, she said. Sorgius said he is in favorof the First Amendment, but lyrics such as 2 Live Crew's are going too far. "If you excuse this as tolerable lyrics in society, then I think we're in trouble," he said. "I can't imagine too much worse,orintolerable." SO dead on Haloween A*de fli sS co Me 'mwNe mplive e a"o delation -J' .assenssa. SlaryE am e&w -bae Is *ga t repa ahd got qartad e No" u**oMgy mbwm vtiswreupSilpbec omange pret Feser eah Fe~a*& A40y 'et *.ey a,. -nfl woo Wflea .The RUPC Presents. HALLOWEEN-AT-THE-PLEZ lhe Fim & Vidoe Commit. Holowee night wih ada'Fun & Gomes followed byo hostbuiste~r sowing at 6:45 p.m. Tues. Oct. 30. 10a.m. Wed. Oct. 31 6 p.m. Special Events Commift. Bdngs you. TIhCK orTRATING with the Baby Goteis. Bing Halowe. fn condoas & esp BabyGotrsn costume. M A N A G E M E N T C A R E E R S F -1 : AVI'm F -L FLOU It's become very appenand that much of the retal industry is wrOieng wish so new problems. Oramatic change Is in the *r-and wish 11. uncertainty. Whh is exactly why you should Wk to Sews ne. Not oly do w hae a solid firncial base and the momsnlum that comes wih beng the largest rW44 orgmnoan in the wod, btA for th post wearal years wave ben watong hard to build and rSaae oar impressive fl'0g' And t rensuh hiw led to the mot significant charges in our bry, with more bold nmwapa t to com Today. this me an unpOdOWed need for semgemeMaid bflsm fLo.AIg the Sm's ogWn W. and the reason Icr cor upconing OcfolmpJs reprisi. %Wll be waibng to MID Yu thIl wwd ri. a -sr1 TOEARS? Com,. meet with our Recruters, and earn about the incredible Maly of mac~he)Iehg, opera a% and pvcdc aene .mqalemsen causpar Sears can door you throughout the country It you can't aeind. or you'd lis more irdormation about proiNW employment opportuners wish Ser pleas. ad a rasune or seawe to okal of C~~q ftdq esia Rombuk& C, 0. 7aW-4cpC *-41, 30 s bn, Chlagas K. CUB-but don't Ile this opportunity pass you by urn corn vowtnu -WiWa L Ses.Pnay C vEla o M pubi4r*nn.A Er oc~n FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE PRESENTS Dr. Wfllaum Cooper Department of Zoology Michigan State University "Blot gical Exploration In Some Deep Water African Lakes" October 31, 1990 8:00 p.m. rTZ UNIN BALLROOM Sponh.d by oCp.,tpnrt af PhyuIcs U"i" nity of FioI'. mnw

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h. AllGATUR TUESDAY, OCTOBER30, 199a OPINIONS A line in the sand Flared-leg jeans were on their way out by the time we came around. So were peace symbols and tie-dyed clothing. The memories most of us have about Vietnam are very vague, and they include only televised speeches about the war's end. Some of us, especially UF freshmen, don't even remember that. The pictures of battle and the body bags arriving from Southeast Asia are things we've seen only in movies or recapped in TV documentaries. But those things were very real. And soon they may be real again. Some say war repeats itself about every 20 years be. cause that's how long it takes for a new generation that knows nothing about war to grow up. That seems to be indicative of the attitude surrounding the Persian Gulf crisis. Many Americans seem to think it's great that President Bush is ready to "kick some butt." But they forget that aggression will include the loss of more than a few American lives. Some students tend to think of war in terms of wins and losses, not the death of a brother, sister or father. But that's what would happen if the United States went to war with Iraq. We're not saying U.S. troops shouldn't be in Saudi Arabia. We're saying we hope diplomacy isn't forgotten in the transfer of Stealth Bombers to the Middle East. Now that the federal budget crisis is over, maybe Bush and his administration can turn their attention to solving the Middle East crisis diplomatically. We hope that's still an option for Bush, but with the messages he's getting from much of the country, he may decide that a demonstration of American force is easier than sitting at a negotiation table. That's why we think it's important for citizens to approach the crisis with precaution and, to an extent, skepticism. Don't be too quick to assume a war is the best way to solve the situation. And when government officials tell you they've exhausted all possible diplomatic channels, question whether they've really done all they can. We hope students stop to think about what going to war would mean to them and their future, because it's their generation that's going to suffer if the United States chooses bullets over discussion. algator Jud Managing Editor M.D. Cumsella Editor y A. Plunkett Opinions Editor Jacqueline Resder Lett" Polay N"P mm a O .n .Wir dd ~ a was m ems nd -' ft 1 M W 4t 3M" Reusables make for a happier earth People look at me strangely when I order frozen yogurt -"Hold the spoon." I figure I can save a good 10 pounds of landfill-clogging plastic cutlery by using my own metal spoon each time I buy yogurt. For me, that's at least twice a week -more if they have peanut butter. Not to be preachy, but if just 10 people brought their own spoons, forks and maybe knives to their "vorite yogurt shop/pita place/fast-food joint, the are a strash would be 100 pounds lighter. And maybe food costs would go down because restaurants would not have to buy all those plastic forks. Well, probably not, but it's a nice thought. For the serious environmentalist, go a step further I don't want to say never eat at McDonald's, Zipps, Taco Bell or any of those student favorites. Just think about what you're buying. Maybe head to the burger stand one less time a month. That will save a lot of styrofoam. paper, plastic and other nasties. It's better for your bod too. Something I've been experimenting with is straw/lid deprivation. Each t you buy a soft drink forego the straw and the lid. They're just two pieces of needless, evil plastic. If you're afraid of spills in the car, ask the counterperson to give you less ice. According to Resew America, the counts quest for quick and convenient meals has meant a 200 percent Increase in waste from packaging alone. Those UF's full-time staff equally pays EdItor: Please accept this letter in response to Diane MemcefsOct. 24 letter i wich shc stated that &c. uny membe do not pay for any of their heatbare coast Universiy Personnel Services certainly welcomes commute, and suestions about the sooe of our employee benefits package. Ho. ever, themain premise of Ms. Merce's letter In hicarect Te cost of health Insurance is tsoerall h employees St UP. Qigre* the told cost of fiily cover Is $267.66 per monh dua coverage is d121.56 par month. Florida pays $184.20 per month fl e Donya Currie fun-to-eat microwave snacks are not just nutritional nightmares. The little trays and wrappers are mounding up on garbage piles everywhere. Some say more than half the cities on the east coast will r=n out of landfill room by the end of the year. Scary, huh? Ignore the propaganda saying "we have environment-hiendly styrofoam." No styrofoam is friendly. The Earth Works Group says that Jstyofoa cup that held your cofee this morning might be sitting ont Earth's surface even 500 years from now, barring total planetary destruction, of course. And Americans produce enough styrofoam cups to CIRCIE TIE EARTH 436 IMES! Think about IL As a wise friend of mine is fond of saying,just living is a strain on the emironment. But we could all be a little less consumptive. Stock the frd with things like soup and it instead of thinla m reyclogging, plastic-packaged 1Ach Buckets, which I doubt are real food. A little less Velveetm muns a happier planet To quote a bumper sticker, "qIve Simply, So Others May Simply live." Who wants to eat like cheese, anyway? Diona Cnie is The Aiigatotrs pnrcU editor and $97.80 per month. respectively, asitsemployer contribution to University of Florida health insurance coverage. This holds true for all state employeesfaculty and staff alike. If two maied people, both em. played ful-ime at the University of Florida, enD in minly corge, the employee net cost is zero. Per haps Ms. Mercer is confused about this spouse program. Regardlea we arm sorry for any misunderp standing caused to or by Ms. MercMr. dditionally, while iis true tat the employee's portion of the. Iiw ante premium is increasing begl* ning Jan. 1199, this increase is animal, particularly in ligt of dio ing health-care costs in the state of Florida as well as across the camtry. Thisincreaseamountsto$l2per year for individual coeae and $24 per yew for fatlly coverage. Conidering the Sept. 27 headline in the mainevil Sun, "Health CoshaJup 20 Percent; Ted May Cann," at -employees indeed cendnse to have cmpehefive heawre cmerag at a very Instable cot. We answumge employees with questions concerfing their health insurance cos or ty other elf playgepbjnftocontactthdie Fg f--le oSmgSt3l225WeloOk rw rd to pw additional lov tfasiudaes n vulh to their low am idt a I. u.Anl n ilt -tawy PWI&VAIe Se le Anwl%TmwllT I ft c

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'WUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, l9, AUJGATOR, 7 CLAST from page 3 think it is easy. Fifteen percent fail some part of it and think it is hard." Jeaninne Webb, UFs CLAST test administrator, said she is still waiting to get the procedures from the State Board of Education, but any waivers given out wil be "tightly controlled.* Webb said UF hasalways had an appeal process for disabled students who have repeatedly failed the CLAST but ha. never granted a waiver. Only one or two UF students repeatedly fail the CLAST; therefore, it will not have a great impact on UF. Webb said. 'he policy originally was pro. posed to help international students who are working with English as a second language, Some students that come to Florida universities to study ar able to communicate enough in English to get an engineering or math degree but not well enough to pass the essay portion of the CLAST, Fisher said. "Some foreign students take the essay portion 10 to 12 times," Fisher said. "Some pass it eventually. Some go home with no degree." Andreas Voyiadzals, public relations director for Volunteers for International Student Affairs, said the new waivers may help some international students. "Many students have problems with the CLASr,"Voyiadzakis said O)eflnitely international students have a problem with the CIAST because of the English, "However, it we consider our. selves mature enough to be in a four-year school like UF,we should be mature enough to learn the tools and skills we need. "I thought I wrote alousy essay," Voyodzaks said. "But my techniques and mechanics were correct, and I got an eight." Currently the passing scores for the CIAST are 285 on math, 295 on English and language. 295 on reading, and fouron theemay. The passing corea for the math section will increase to 295 and the essay to five on Aug 1. UF Vice Provost Gene said the policy will affect universities, but not U. Hemp some "By and large it's not a problem with our students," Hemp said. "The number of students it would effect would be around nineto 12." Hemp said UP tries to help stu. dents who might have problems with the CLAST. The university places such students in remedial classes to help them. Fisher said that he thinks the new policy will be beneficial to some students if it is not abused. "Me CLAST was implemented to put a degree of quality on Florida schools," Fisher said. "If schools start granting whole scale waivers then it makes the whole process meaningless." FREE P G W5AW.GE* W Rw TONIGHTH! 14ALLOWEEN-BASW44-SHOW Come In Costume Time: 8 pm ADMISSION: owat A Open Mike Night is Thursday, Nov. 1 at 9 pm Sign-up at 8 pm Admission Is FREE StWfltffl'avel catai ji n es LONDON $ PAWS 53! ATHENS 740 BU DAIS TIC TOKYO 619 CAAA 2" No $10 AUCKLAND I03II Wwlt mdWde F&"s Wb 14" Intl Smidnt / TanetI & Eur Oiil P s 7-3 issued ON THE SPOTI Work & Smu* Abroad progrnml W 12 park Place South MAft 1=80477-2433 a 01 ors Positions Opening for Sales Assistants for The Independent Flodda Aigator The best way you can prepare for the real world is to join it now. it's time to take advantage of a great opportunity that could starn your adltsing career in the right direction. The Alligator offers something every future employer looks for: EXPERIENCE. Begin training as soon as possible as a non-paid sales assistant. Depending on your performance you may advance into a paid sales position for the following semester. At The Alator you will gain valuable sales experience through personal contact with clint. You will leam the newspaper business from a hands-on perspective, and don't wony, your creativity has no limits. Only those who can work Fall and Spring semesters need apply. Join the staff of the largest independent college newspaper in the nation. Gain the REAL WORLD experience you can't find In a textbook and do it now. For al those Interested there will be a meeting THURSDAY, NOVEmBmN 1, AT 5:00 Pi at The Allgator. 1105 W. Univert"y Ave. afliffaker Make a Difference! The Way To Get Involved at UF! The Student Health Outreach Team is an organization designed to represent student health cat needs to the Student Health Care Center. SHOT is involved with programs that will help you gain experience in Public Relations, Marketing, Administration, Graphic Design, and all Health Related Pmrfessions. Meeting Today: 'Ibes, October 30 Time: 5 p.m. Place: Reitz Union B-70 STUDENT HEALTH OUTREACH TEAM We are open to all students For more information please contact 392-1161 ext. 283 3

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&AliDGATOURTUESDAY.,OCTORER 30, 990 Phillip Is Grad To Coordinate Michael Phillhp has been appointed associate dean of the Graduate School, effective immediately He succeeds Roderick McDavis, who left UF one year aoto become dean of the University of Arksa College of Education., 'hillip comes to UF from the University of Detroit School of Dentistry, where he was coordinator of minority recruitment and director of the genetics program At the Graduate School he will be responsible for the multicultural program office, which focuses on recnntment, fellowships and retention for black and Hispanic students Also a biochemistry professor at the University of Detroit, Ph dlip taught at Baldwin Wallace College and John Carrol I rm811 Is Member I 05 U.S.-China I Study/Teaching Team Leading a grou p of 10 Amiencan teachers in China, UiF English Professor Corbin CarnelN spent his summer teaching and learning. 'Tne teaching team worked with 162 Chinese high school English teachers at the Anhui Institute of Education in Hefet, about 200 miles inland from Shanghai Dunng the day, the American teachers met with the Chinese teacher-students in groups of lg to work on grammar and pronunciation, and Camnell gave methodology and literature lectures. "None of our students had ever been taught by a native English speaker before, and they regarded that as a great privilege,"' Carneli said 'They had us make tapes of reading from the texts they used in teaching, and you would have thought these tapes were gold." The American teachers presented proms on American culture in the evening Ech iaculty member showed slides of his or her home town, and discussions focused on topics such as American religion, family and media. They also plyd word games, such as Scrabble and Boge, and gave instruction in American b al. Camnell, who also taught in China in 1W8, said heappreciated his American freedoms after visting China. assigned them by the sat e, must or in a government-assigned ob-many of our students did not want to teachers -and there is no real freedom of speech or rnellnai he wants to Leturn to China, and he fnd the Chee appeite and re$ ettWi teacs. r a shud'pndsmet' ith ISchool Minority University He received has bac master's degrees at the U. Associate Dean; Recruitment Toronto and his doctorate at State University MICHAEL PHIL[LIP Corn. To UF OFerot helor's and diversity of Michigan He has been honored with tlhe Distinr shed Facult eAward for Excellence in caching and search, the Outstanding Foreign Student of the Year at Michigan State University and an award from the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars for cancer research Phillip's research includes tumor Immunology in mice and chemotherapy in the treatment of transplanted turnors of nice The author of numerous journal articles and abstracts, he has delivered speeches on topics such as infection control, tumor immunology, genetics in dentistry and black issues University Libraries Appoint McTigue Special Collections DepartmentHead The former head of the rare book collection at the New York Public Library is now head of the Department of Special Collections at University Librarnes. Bernard McTigue, who had worked at NYPL for 16 years, will now manage UF's special collections which include the Baldwin Library of children's literature, the historical University Archives, the lknap Collection for the Performinp Arts, the P. Yonge Library of Florida History and UF's collection of rare books and manuscripts. McTigue began the duties of the new position in August The opportunity to shape and influence a young collection was what attracted McTigue to Florida. "The UF special collections are still growing and are not viewed by the university as a vanity, but rather as an integral part of the research institution," McTigue said., Tlhe three-pron plan of the new chairnman wai brnspecilcollectlonto the geeaattent n of diecampus community. McTigu's first priority is to improve access listing UF's secial collections in local national databae, Including the University Library's LUIS system. "Awareness and use of these resources will grow throg access to the catalo; of UJF'spcl collction,," McTigue si. kinds of etldm k~edid at -a pracdicehe -toi toUF. Future plan, call for F'sspafcllechion to behoused together mn a larger, TODAY FOOD SCIENCE SEMINAR, "Nutrition labeling in the 1990.," by UF food scdence and human nutrltIon Jrfnssor Jesse G lryj:Z5p~. STUDIESyHal. TIN AERICN STDIESFILM SE RIES, "ime for Revenje," awardwinnn Aretine flint in Spanish with 'nglish sbils, 5:15 p. 2353 TurIWEDNEBDAY SUMMER STUDY IN POLAND Info session, led by James Morrison, UP associate "WOMEN'S STUDIES COLLOU N 'Vwh~ fle: QCenptoal BERNARD McTIGUE Come. To UF Prom New York Public Lib rary renovated area in Librar Fast with substantial exhibition space. Mcigue said In the interim, he intends to cooperate with other i-.sps on campt and to continue dplys liethe currn Library East disla aseshow of books and memorabilia wrm imnus sprsatrRed Baxter McTigue would aslieto curate ex-. hibitsf contempory book artists for the campus community r'People here will be struck by the book arts,' McTigue said, noting that Gainesville has not often been exposed to bookmaking. Te final part of McTlgue's strategy is to involve the Howe Society of UP. Friends of the Library, using exhibitions, lectures and presentations as special gatherings for Mctigue hold bachelor's and master's degrees in, library science from Columbia University and a master's degree In art history from Hunter College of the City University of New York. profe.or of Englsltphn i, 3:15 p.m., 2014 TudglnaLl. RUJPC HALLOWEEN FILM, "Chostbnsters," free andronto public, costume contest, call 392-1 for lnfornalIon, 6p.m. bit Union Cinema. FREE ANDSELL CONCERT, fe atue Troop, J. Magic Mike, sponsored by StudtCovernnent ProductIons, 6 to 10 Uhrm andh, calD 392-1671 for FROTIES O SIENCE LCTUR Universe boolo rfso ila Cooper,Bp.m. Union Blallroom. Medi~al-et ITeam In UPs Develops Permanently Attached ScecCeter eata eml a tached artificial ear for a Leesburg mart whos lftea:ws rvdt reentte in the Southeast to receive such an ear Using a dentis technique, doctors mnserted three mete ts in Carl Smith's-. skull directly behin hear canal, and the inserts protrude through the skin to proMie rigid attachment points for the siliconerubber ear. Most peop Ic can hardly tell it's not my real ear, anid it's perfectly comfortable to wear," said Smith, an U-year-old retiree Dr. Glenn Turner, director of the medical-dental team that created the ear, said i that the loss of part of the face can be traumatic, and many patients withdraw from the world. "We tell patients we can't make them whole again, but we can make them feel whole again," Turner said. A prosthesis Carl Smlth (the a 'iica ear) can dramatically improve aperman their self-imape allow them to feel comnfor* realistic I table in public and get on with the rest of tltaiUa, their life." Artifici al replace en ts for carn, noses, grip for onl chieks and other facialpat have been availgrbecaus able for ytars at th elhsnie nte, he rig but they were held in inwith mediabenefited grade latex adhesvive. Ofen hold their reading g Division Of Sponsored Re Small-BusIness Seminars UP.s Office of Patent, Copyiht and Nov.27-TecnoLicnsinthe Diiion of Ma in Cof Spo eserc ffeinga srie ofPark atAla seminars on .mall-buulness formation, 40 reservat selectd UPa~ 2c'" members and "e. Youg are designed to review the chalding thisis letifacing the .tart-up butiles&, inclu financing, managing product prueflambna tnlhnwtorand"ow Oct. 31 Sthe product toward to the marketplace -Asotded blow, attendance is 0pn to2mLJfhcuydlndVIdUls PfI frmthe GaInesville busines, community. Urulveuuit M!.(rkjs eu o hl sre $15. For reserthcfiviso vatlons, call Bruce CIi7 392-8929. f o4y, A The semlnn wk llbeheld from oe c cover t followfrg topics: ord le Oct. 30-"SmaB Juhat. FormatiOIA dat Oct. 1151 IMcC H~aj Plort N o.G" v l g T e c h n o lo g y '" 264 e m p o y n Nov m' mu~hh4A ,"1151 Cal SwI McCarty Han. for mte IFAS Researchers Ease Whth New Anaerobic Comi w -.-a i,left, who lost hi. ea, to cancer, I. the fAnt patient In the Southeast to receive afly attached artificial ear. UP dental technologIst Lee Minta, right, created sIlIcone rubber ear pnestheals that dip. securely to a metal bar bridging three osts that -r hmplaned Is Smith'. skull (Photo by Patrick Dyson) ly a few hour and can lose their n ot perspiration or humidity. ;ldly attached ear has also Smith because he can wear his lasses and both of his hearing search Offers For Faculty -"Electronic. Industry Update." ference Room, Progress Center adwa, attendance expanded to ions, no fee if attending this IConfern eiRoo Progess eminar only. 113 Fringe Benefits Enrolment Deadline ty Pergonnel Senct.(, rmi n of Human Resources) &F and USPS personnel that hitfor hat.SaeIlad 6k eantetePlan end. Wedis31. ida Feleh lerufits Plan allow. oetaxes !gMhanBSOffice at 39225 fation aids. When he was only able to wear one, it was difficult to determine the direction of sounds The ear, created by ental technologit Lee Mizitz, was modele fe Smith's rht ear anid painted with a mixture of ats's pait a-nd-silicone. Smith's ear snaps in place and stayspo evnin he"eoves:theearto cle-ar.h skin around the base. of the posts. "It'. no problem to wear-as long as I remember It," Smith said. "Since I can't fee te ear Ian't teUl if I'm wearing it Women Faculty Meet Ta Discuss UF Networking The Association for Women Faculty will meet this afternoon at 4:30 in the Gainesville Room of the Holiday Inn Univer CtrUniversity^Avuead 13h tret. Theror.titled "Score.aSuccess: UnraelthMaze," will offer the opportunity to talk with expfrl and learn -oe about UP resources and networking opportuitles for twblchi research and savlc SpeaersInclude lenin. Wkb Officdh, Division of Sponsored Research; Patricia Schmidt, repnesenting UP committees, board, and councils. For moelfeia ,cl one ofteof392496 A e Prmc, s e 392-427. Tehe S uerS IUSa b -l g~qde1l ff.'filmiw a. flfl~Uu THIS CAMPUSm WE Thls Faculty Edition of the Unwterurly Digest is the tnrt in the 1990-91 sarlesThese pasaredesige dto higgh the wok oFfacut and inform facultonmatters of spcii Inmtest To submit niaterial for the next aclyEdition. scheduled for mid-Novemer co c Iormtion Services, 355 T grt Hall, In order to reach Individual facut members, Faculty Dits (which ar printed in the lnipedent Florida tal offiefo distribute Ifaut ing rate,. Turning Flonda's municipal solid waste into methane gas and compost could help ease the energy crisis and solid waste buidup, said a UP agricultural engineer ''For example, if a city generates 50,00 pounds of municipal so Ud waste (MSW) per day, it could produce 75,0 cubic feet of methane per day, worth about $2,Q00," said D.P Cfiynoweth, associate professor of agncultural engineering at IFAS. "Aneroiccomposting is a viable way bo of the16 millon tons ofM MWthat FonZ I, Artificial Ear S ., produces each year," Chynoweth s Anaerobic composting is the dcc hion of MSW using bacteria in ana controlled environment Controlled obic comnpostmng produces methar much faster pace tb an the convers, cess in uncontrolled landfills or su Methane produced by this process sold lot heating and energy purp "Instead of requiring energy tI waste, anaerobic composting actual duces energy,' Chynoweth said the digestion process is complete, mailing residue can be used as ccs This makes anaerobic digestion clean and valuable method for the ment of municipal solid waste" procs sfor aerobic cnpostngo called sequential batch aneobic postng.(EBAC). In tieroc shredded and packed into an ana HONORS AND ACTlVlTIE! Rushed Abdel-khullk, graduate ne professor of accounting, is co-recip: the American Accountmng Assoc Wildman Medal Dr. Anthony Barbet, associate pr of infectious diseases, received isi ranking from the Canibbean Basin Ad Group for his research onb a na plasnmosis Nancy Horowitz, associate profel economics, was ranked in the women academic economists in the nal of Economics and Business' Dr. Jose Media, professor of ope dentistry, received the William Award (or outstanding contrnbutioni dental profession. Astronomy prfessor Heinrich Ek was appomnted honorary professor al Austr Aademy ofScences named' aFeldowof th Aerca n Associatin which honord satist Founder. Award Dr. Pablo IRo., director of the D) of Abdominal Imaging, received t? John Wyman, distinguished lecd management, won the 1990' markct"nmagazlne award. and na "-rossor and esorceeconomics, receive AgribusInese Institute of Florida Wh AwardDr. Saaus.Iroa., profnssor andic the Pediatric Division of Hematoloj colrreceived the Leukemia Sac in educate and frndanch. Dorothy Corner, associate prof.s food and renounc ewankmis, won tlI Anuercmn Agrictiltural Economic. As do Dsngshd Undergra of pathooyws ndo ien gator In Diabetes Award. .g-

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10. ALLCIAOR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER30, 19% History from page 3 scent will be chosen for the program based on teacher recommendation letters, essays the students will prepare and the sincerity of their interest, Hall said, Room, board, will be provided enroll, and they residence halls. books and tuition for students who will stay in UF Mentors target sophomoresand juniors to monitor their work and follow through on the students while they are at UF. This way, professors can identify skills and talents the students possess, Hall said. Classes will be held at UF, but students from many historically black schools such as Bethune Cookman, Edgar Waters and Spelman colleges will be participating, as well as students from community colleges throughout Florida. 1The program sounds like a great idea to me," Black Student Union president Angela Eubanks said. The students will be able towork with a variety of primary materials such al original historical documents, Hall said, and they will be taking field trips to archives and places of historical significance around Florida. Twoof the three grants that Hall has applied for are from federal government agencies. The third is a private fund, the Pew Memorial Trust in Philadelphia. "As soon as the money is definite, the program will be definite," Hall said. The summer cuts may affect the funding of this project, he said, but probably will not affect a related program geared toward high school students, .Tat three-weekprogram will be similar to the college program as students will be matched with teachers acting as mentors. The students and teachers will be attending separate seminars but will meet at the end of the day. After graduating from the college program, students go to work for the professor who na their mentor so they have someone to help them in tteirgraduate studies and guide them in camera choices. County & Rehabilitative Services (HRS) Offers Students can depend on nut's! ~2 SDecial Measles Vaccination Clinic 8:30 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 students for over 60 years. at Ches -Strathmore Pads 33% OFF e Blenfang Newsprint Pads 40% OFF Tara Canvas, Stretched Canvas & Canvas Panels 30% OFF Grumbacher Paints & Brushes 30% OFF All Winsor & Newton Paints 20% OFF Clearprint Drafting Vellum 25% OFF Crescent Matboard Only $2.75 Each Blenfang Bumwad Sketch Tracing Paper (white & yellow) 30% OFF Uqultex Acrylics 20%OFF Koh-l-Noor Rapidograph Pens 26% OFF (Jewel & Tungsten Tips 40% OFF) ae Koh-l-Noor Plotter Points 40% OFF L. DotI#DM aurw Pira The f6er PM. Wrps 372-8421 374-1812 378-2780 371-1200 Alachua Health -Is WE NJEEO, HELP!1 THE HONEY BAKED HAM CO. isin search of lip duringThs hoideys to fill our sales coumer Ind production pcsfioo We h"e ne locad In the follovvingmniats ClenwflF LiuardjeFt. Mys., HaIyeed. Jacksonvile, Mimi. Oremndd, Pensacola, Pompano Beach. Sam"oi. St Petrsburg, Tapl, West Paim Beach and other major ces. AWED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS Plan a future that scanes Tale yo"r lenceatedl degree into the Air Forc and become an dficer in the Bomedic Sciences Corps. You'll learn move, yll grow faster-youll work with other dedicated professional in a quality en mnment where your contribution -e needed In short, youll gain moadreeverything that matteratmoet to yoVhL You and the Air Force. Lunch now-caB USAF HEALTH PROfESSON STATION-TO.STAIIONl COLLECT HAm n caring for HA.n Oilrsan. ibm s TadAm Hmspia 33J~91Of0 red l.S.732-fl Abrisen e&da

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TUESDAY,0COBER30, 1990,AWGAlOI I BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND a Iigator Iassifeds FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED Housing AvailableI bik to U. coed co* op. all until paid Inc a. 10 meals weekly. parking, laundry. $210 per Mo, C L 0 117 NW 15th St. 377-4260 12-14-02.I FOR RENT one bedroom, bath, kItchen, one half block from law school call 376 6819 GREAT LOCATION 17 SW 24th St $240 me 10-30-5-1 Wanted h/f n/s for own room In large 4bdem hse Close 1 UF *ONLY SI SOmonthl l Call 373-6012 nowl I-S-5-1 FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED. Stroll to UF from Kil 20R offilency Includes same utilliies. 4275 Key Management 372-3060 10-31-5-2 Walk to Santa FE CC. DR $270-$280. 2 BDR $335. NEWTwnhouse 440, Sec Plus LMR Pool. laundry, noats or dogs SantaFe Trace Apts 378-1190 12-1476-2 Oak Glade Apts near UF & VA. quiet wsher/dryer available In most units for $20 me Cats Allowed 18-2B, 1 a 2 Bath $250375, see A lir. 372-6422 12-1478-2 INCREOIILE EfM"ley Apt. Iaflsti ll B alt 6 CESTroom 110 NW 3th Ave in4W 37S.l88 12-14-72 Cm On New B el All Arnn llee AvaIlable FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Roommate. Aailable We're No. I REGENCY OAKS 376-Is7 3230 SW ArcherRoad COUNTRY GARDENS 373.4500 2001 SW lfi street 12-14-76-2 ONE BEDROOM APT. ONLY 8273/M0. LYONS AP" 40CSW NTH AV. 17"477 12-14-76.2 LEAST AMOUNT TO LEAS1 $260 moes youln. Closeto UF and $hands 376-1248. 1040-20-2 1 bedroom apartment, furnished or unfur nished, rent negotiable WILLIAMS BURG VILLAGE 3S-12 12-5-30-2 Great NW I Mr. dunle aw w/ yard Ec l gee hoe pladdl fan. s/ 259/m. 57-ll, H).31-8-2 TUESDAY $2 COVER $1 DRINKS 1718W. UM A' Usals3-1111 FOR RENT: UNFURN. Nina month lease for this SW 29R ap near shopping Cent air. new paint $285 Key Management 372-3060 10 31-5-2 Attractive 2bdr/lbe 2nd floor apt In a quad $275 3002 NW th St call 3737132 10-31 -5-2 Foxnaoar TH 20R I 5 BA Dishwasher. hook-ups. near 34 St shopping, UF Pool complex $450 Key Manage;fani 3723060 10-31-5-2 Southfofk Oaks, 2BR I I/29A. dish washer. hook-ups, pool verticals Near UF VA,aindShenda $450 KeyManagement 372-300 10-31-5-2 2 bedroom apt prime location, 1 block from campus Must rent immediatelyl $440/mo Call 377-8050 11-28-2 FREE RENTII One bedrro, central air on quiet cul-de-sac One month Ire. Villager West Call 371 -7777 1031-4 2 ALO4A GARDEN APTS lovely 1-2-3 br, all amenities, near Shands, VA, Shopping 3000 SW Archer RD 377-0555 11-16-15-2 ONE MONTH FREE plus water and heat paid orn one bedroom at 1524 NW 4th Ave walk to Up College Park 3717777 10.31.4-2 FREE RENTll One month tree on studio and one bedroom apartments Walk to UF. 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12. AIJGAOR, TUESDAY. (CIOBER 30. 1940 FOR SALE COMPUTERMacintosh SE 20 M HO 1 mb RAM 1 4 mb super drive carry n case software 1 year old $2 000 454 4932 11-1 5 B&W stereo speakers bookaheil Sie. 2way excel cond. $18Spr Sears roerfmuti gyrm barely used $50 Call 378 4137 11 30a Jusi bfoke up with your boylriend or girlriend' Sell all The jewelry Maoy gave you in the All'galor Classi ied, 7 REAL ESTATE Hoe for ale Land for sale? Buyers' Market? Don t 101 an opportunely to sli your property pass you byl Alligator Clas alfiads offers you the cheapest way to keep your real estate in the public eye Where else can you keep your property In the market for as tille as four dollars a day? To make it even easier, you can place your ad over the phone, ell you need is a valid Visa or MasterCard Call 373-FIND today 10 place your ad Take over payments, no equity required Condo 2bd/2ba, Let i1 pay for college Oaks Mail area, loft style study area, wash/dry, porch Cell 407 862-9522 11 2 4 7 8 MOTORCYCLES MOPED REPAIR Precision Small Engine Pickup & Tlivory available 4236 SW 35 Terrace, across from Alley Kati 336-3825 10-3137 8 Glue Garrelli Moped For Sale Great For Campus Good Condilion $225 080 Call Jeff Anytime 378-7914 10-30 5HONDA SOOGL SILVERWING runs great $650 00 obo Call Nick ASAP 338-9604 10 30 48 Red Honda Spree for sale, runs good. $350. call Brad 334 0870 11-S--8 9 AUTOS ORANGE AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES, low payments. les drive Ithru service. e heabla Espanol 377-2277 377 CARS WE CARIE t1--20-0 Brand new 90 Eagle Talon fully loaded, tinted windows. car phone 7000 ml Take over payment Call Dan 043-9410, Iv moo 11-I-S-S 76 Triumph Spitfire cony red Wi black Interior, *rc condition, runs & looks great 33000 obo Please call 375-5490 1030-5 9 CHEVY Z-26 Camaro 84 Perfeci condition Inside and oul Tint, bra, new tires Run gretr $68000obo 371-6017 10305-9 Pontiac 1000 1084 excellent condition new clutch, tires, starter 84k miles ac, ami asking only $1600 or bestoflef call 334-5290 10-31-6-9 1904 Chrysler Conquest 2.6 liter turbocharged AMFM cass Rune A looks good $2200 obo Call PI1O 378.6700. 10-30 5-9 77 Ford Tbird ac pe pb amlm new starter, baltery. alt. needs trans wok. but drivable $200 0b0372-0740 Iveig 10-30. 4-0 AUTOS 88 Honda Prelude S 33 000 miles. auto, sunroof $11,500 obo Call 335 2075 10 30 4 9 1984 Mitsubish. Starion LE great cond Only 5k miles dig dash sunroot. pw, pi ited windows, nags Sporty car great price Only $2500 Mike 335 2857 030 4 9 77 Honda Ci vic 5 speed runs gres!, looks good reliable transportaloon, $900 Obo, call Bill 376 5860 or see at 3021 NE 21 Way Gainesville 11 -1 -6-9 4981 Dodge Omni 4-speed. reblItcarb A ran., very dependable. good mpg, runs great Ask',g $975 Call John 377 050 Iv mesa 10-31-5-9 84 blk Nissan Pulsar sunroof Pioneer stereo. Dspd immaculate ierior. $2500 (neg) Call 373 9040 10-30-3-9 Grad must sell 1970 wh Olds Delta 08. runa good. cold air, new brekes Needs minor body help 8800 obo call Dave 335-4135 11 1-5-9 74 ot wagon Needs Wtuep possible h4adwar New brakes. alternator. battary 0 cables $700 obo 375-1477 Ien message 10-31-4-0 Convertible Super eatle 1072 Mustsee. completely restored $8000 or bear offe-r 371-4131 r see at 1132 S Main it-a10 g Ford Mustang 1974 Now timing chain. brakes Extra starter, allernator Runs, $300 Call 376-2087, ask for Rick 10 31-49 Nissan 300ZX 198 5-speed, amfomitap., air. T-top, excellenI condition $8500 or best offer Call 332-6473 11-19-10-9 If7 Mercury Sable 4dr LS swr door locks, seats, windows. a/c, auto, wht ext/blue int am/f tape Exc cond-must sell. beet offer 334-5053 I1-B 2663 Renault *mwfm. Sc. L5k miis. very reliable. runs great, asking $500 Come and we it Call after 5pm 374-6206 11. 550 89 HONDA Civic hatch SI sfc. power sunroof. tint. new tres, pioneer saereo. 30+mpo Make a reasonable ofler 335 1142 10-312-9 SUZUKI SAMURAI, '7 in perfect condi r.on, .law top) Sbaltery. must ecill For 53700 Call 375 0304 11-5 5 9 10 WANTED local Artist needs. COLD, Gems. Class Rings ETC Top S of trade. ae's Fine Je"elry 373-0243 12-14 76-10 WANTED 2 FLAG TICKETS NEEDED Please call 332 4706 10-30-5 10 NEED 4 AUBURN TICKETS Will pay lop 5$ Cell 904-292 1948 leave message 11-2-B10 Wanted Florida-Georgia tickets Please call 800-829-9752 before 5pm and 904642-0246 slier 5pm 10-31 -510 Need 4 Auburn likes Cal 904-332-9231 leave message 1030-3-10 MTN BIKE FRAME Aluminum we possible quality compo nn1s 1-18 inches Calt 334 7531 11 2--10 4 AUBURN TX wanted for alumni Call 30S 730-8085 leave message GO GA TORSI t0-31-4-I0 I need I or 2 Auburn icket. 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TllJFIL)AY.ocr0BER3o, 190, AIfJGATOIt, 15 SPORTS Rowell makes the most of recent By MX MARVEZ Alligator Writer In recent weeks, UP right tackle Tony Rowell has earned compliments from his teammates and coaches since supplanting Glenn Neely on the first-team. UP coach Steve Spurrier likes Rowell's intensity. Offensive line coach Rich McGeorge enjoys Ronwell's aggresiveness, Right guard Chris Bromley agrees with those two statements. He also said Rowell has added something fun to the offensive line -the "soup bone," a type of block with the forearm. "When we're watching the films, we make fun of Tony because he always gives soup bones to the other team," Bromley said "He's kind of reckless, but he's controlled in the way a lineman has to be. He's aggresive, and the offensive line needed that." Rowell's aggresiveness may have been magnified by playing on the Gatrs' defensive line the past two seasons before being converted last spring. But Rowell, who has the reputation among some teammates as a "wildman," said nimors of his off-the-field behavior are exaggerated. I guess I'm more hyper coming from the defensive side of the line," Rowell said. "I'm calm when I go out (at night), though. I'm just not the type of person who can watch TV I've got to go out and be doing something." Rowell, a junior from Mel. Rowell bourne HighSchool, brokehis foot midway through last spring's practice sessions and didn't start until Gars' 590 victory over Moan. Before that game, Row mostly as a tight end in bloc To make himself eligible, switch from his regular jers to No. 93 bec receivers can't 50-79. Rowell's ch camewhen the G line surrender Oct. 13 in a 45-3 see. Neely, who left tackle, surre the sacks, pro to move righ White into Neel to make Rowell Starting is n Rowell, though. He started a last season against Louis Vanderbilt. playing time ell saw action "What had really hurt me ths season was king situations not playingin the spring," Rowell said. "I felt Rowell had to a lot of pressure starting, especially midway ey number (56) through the season, because a lot of eyes use backs and are on you that think you shouldn't be there wear numbers "I've got to do the best to prove I do dance to start McGeorge was happy with Rowell's per.ators'offensive formance at tackle. ed four sacks "He needs more experience, but he did loss to Tenes. some things real well,* McGeorge said "His effort and intensity is what we wanted was the starting Rowell will not have long to rest on his ndered three of laurels, though. The Gators play host to ipting Spurrier Auburn Saturday and Rowell most likely I tackle Mark will be assigned to block defensive tackle y's position and David Rocker, an All-America candidate. the right tackle. "I don't know how to prepare for him, othing new for because I've never prepared against anyone I defesive tackle that good," Rowell said. "He's one of the best iana State and in the nation, and this will tell me how I'm going to do on the offensive line." Kruger says team's improvement visible By AlT MO ON Alligatlorliter The UP basketball team entered its third week of practice Monday, and head coach Lon Kruger said the tear had its best practice of the season. "I thought today was probably the best workout of the year." Kruger said. "I think we're about where you'd expect to be.t Intrasquad scrimmages again highlighted Monday's practice. Kruger divided the team into blue and white squads. The white team, which included senior forward Livingston Chat. man and senior center Dwayne Davis, won two of the three games, which ended when one team scored 11 points. Sophomore forward Stacey Poole, senior guard Renaldo Gar. cia and Junior guard Brian Hogan joined Chatma and Davis on the white team. Walk-ons Darryl Findley and Gary Willoughby also wore white jerseys. Davis scored 12 points on 6-of-7 shooting, and Chatman added 10 points. "Dwayne and livingston each had their best workouts," Kruger said. Davis also made eight of nine field goal attempts when the team ran offensive drills before the scrimmages. Kruger sad Poole, the team's Most Valuable Player last year, also continues to impress him. even though Poole is still not at full strength because of a knee injury. Poole continues to wear a brace in practice. "Stacey's feeling mom comfortable with that knee, Kruger said. "He's doing about as well as you could expect a guy lugging around a knee brace." AVRIAN DENNIS UF .woeybal player Kim Hale tries to block a spike. Hale says the team Is confident they can beat Flordila State tonight. Volleyball team to visit 'Noles By HUGH HENCKEN Alligator Wnter The UF volleyball team travels to Tallahasee tonight to take on the Florida State Seminoles. The Gators volleyball team has won a season high six consecutive games, increase ing their overall record to 12-11 and 4-2 in the Southeastern Conference. UP has not lost since playing Auburn Oct 12th UF and FSU split their first two matches, But freshman Kim Hale says the Gatorshave improved since the two teams last met. "Our practices and games are so much better," Hale said. "We have just completely turned around." In the last meeting, the Gators could not stop FSU's Maggie Phudgence, who led the Seminoles to victory with 19 kills. Junior Steffi [egall led the Gators with 16 kills, and Hale helped with 13 kills of her own. "I have no intentions of losing (against FSU)," Hale said. "I do not think anyone on our team does." Virginia and Nebraska on top of UPI Poll U4 d P. NEW YORK -Virginia and Nebraska, two schools whose high rankings have been criticized because of weak schedules, get a chance to overttome those doubts next week The No. I Cavallers and No. 2 Comhuskerncondivued to hold the top two positions Sunday In the United Pre International college football ratings, with Notre Dame jumplagover Auburn Into the third position. Virginia received 35of itfirstplace vote cat by the Sneinber UP! Board of aamnd finlthed wIth 307 ot a possIble 840 polnt. Neba received 16 fir vo and M poin. Notre Dam topped one ballt with 700 points ad Abun led three ballots with 630 polb. The high rankings of Nebraska and, to a lesser extent, Virginia have been criticized by those who say the teams play in weak conferences and did not have a strong non-conference schedule. However, both schools face critical tests this week with NewYeArs Day bowl bidson theline.Victories next Saturday would give the Cvaallen and Cornhuskers a defense against detractors. "I don't know how these people think." said Nebraska Coach Tom Osborne, who has said several times this year that the Cornhuskers' weak schedule 1estulted from last-minute scrambling caused by opponent cancellatIon'We Just play the bast wel ca The Carlte. 7-0. were Idle Sal urday in preparation for next week's Atlantic Coast Confcrese showdown against 64-.1 Georgia Tech, with the ACC's automatic Citrus Bowl berth on the line. Nebraska defeated Iowa State 45-13 to Improveto 8.0headinginto next Saturday's game against Colorado for the Big Eight title and Orange Bowl berth. wWe just hope we play well this week," Osborne said. "We've still got Kansas and Oklahoma after that, so we're still in the tough part of our schedule." No. 3 Notre Dame used a 31-22 victory over Pittsburgh to move past Auburn, which held on for a 17-16 victory overlMississIppi State by blocking an extra-point attempt with 233 remaining. No. 5 Washington, which received the finally fintd-plwc vote, moved up one spot after bannerIng California 46-7. The Huskies switched places with No. 6 IllinoIs, a 21.3 winner over Wisconss. No. 7 Colorado improved one place after a 32-23 triumph over Oklahoma, and No. 8 Miami also moved up a spot following its 45-10 victory over Texas Tech, No. 9 Brigham Young fell two spots despite a 55-31 victory over New Mexico, and Tennessee remained 10th after an idle week. No. 11 Florida State remained unchanged, while No. 12 Texas jumped two spots after beating Arkansas. Iowa remained 13th and No. 14 Georgia Tech dropped two places despite a 48-31 victory over Duke. No. 15 Mississippi, No. 16 Wyoming, No. 17 Clemson and No. 18 Michigan won to maintain their positions, while No. l9Azlzonaand No.20 Oregon each moved up two places after Pacific-10 Conference Victories.

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lb. AUGALH. ThLESDAY, 0OBER 30. 1990 UF drops one place in AP Poll after week For taking last Saturday off, UF dropped one spot to 15th in the latest Associated Press Top 25. the news agency announced Monday "l Greq Doyel N OTEBOO Notre Dame, which beat Pittsburgh 31-22 Saturday, and Nebraska a 45-13winner over Iowa State, leaped ahead of Auburn arid into second and third, respectively, behind Virginia. The Tigers fell from second to fourth after escaping Starkville with a over Mississippi State 17-16 win Despite big wins over Texas Tech and lnuisiana State respectively, neither Miami nor Florida State moved up in the polls. Miami is ranked eighth and FSU is 12th. First place votes went to Virginia (44). Notre Dame (6), Nebraska (5) Auburn (2) No 6 Houston (2) and No. 7 Washington (1) Tiger Watch UF sophomore Shane Matthews could wind up on the endangered quarterback list if he has to endure another day like Sept. 13 Matthews and the rest of the Gators face another life-threatening defense Saturday when Auburn comes to town for a 7 30 p m date. ESPN will televise the contest[ "hey definitely have a physmal defensive line," senior guard Chns Bromley said. "But they always have a good defensive line, a bull-irushing type." But Auburn hasn't been bullying opponents this year like it has in the past. The Tigers defense, typically among the nation's leaders, is just third in the SEC, allowing almost 263 yards a game. But statistics aren't enough to convince senior tight end Kirk Kirkpatrick that the Tigers have lost a bit of their bite. 'Their defense is such a big-play defense. you have to give them credit," Kirkpatrick off said. "Our offensive line will have to be up for them Odom healthy Starting inside linebacker Jerry Odom said he may not be completely healthy, but he won't miss hislast chance to beat Auburn Odom, despite missing the final quarter against Tennessee and the entire Akron contest with a sprained knee, leads the Ga. tors with 54 tackles. "Yeah, I'll play at 90 percent or so,"Odom said I'm sum there'll be some pain and some discomfort, but I don't see how it's going to keep me from playing. And Ive got another five days before I can play." UF takes third and fifth in SEC meet By CHERYL BOSSEN Alligator Writer The University of Tennessee won in both the men's and women's Southeastern Confer. ence cross country championships Monday morning on the University Golf Course. The Volunteers took the men's competition on the strength of Todd Williams' consecutive SEC individual title in a courserecord time of 24 minutes, 6 seconds Tennessee, who joined UF by placing three rinners in the top 10, edged Kentucky in the team race with 52 points to the Wildcats' 57 points. UF came in Shird with 60 points UF finished fifth in the women's competition, After the meet, UF's John Webb and Tennessee's Doug Brown were voted Co-Coaches of the Year in the SEC. Senior Patty Weigand led the Volunteers, who had four runners in the top 10, to the 41 point victory. Weigand set the 5,000meter course record with a time of 16:45.1, nearly a minute better than former Gator Shelly Steely's 1989 record of 17:40.5. In the men's competition, UF's Mike Mykytok led until about the three-mile mark. From then on, ISU's Terry Thornton dualed with Williams. Thornton held on to a slimlead until Williams overtook him with less than 10 meters to go. Thornton finished just three-tenths of a second behind Williams. For UF, Mike IeValle placed sixth, Dan Middleman (7th), and Mykytok (8th) gained All-SEC honors by placing in the top 10, Rounding out the men's team standings were Alabama (90)Auburn (148), Georgia (176), ISU (180), Ole Miss (186). Mississipi State (239) and Vanderbilt (308). In the women's competition, Georgia was second overall with a team score of 55 points, followed by Alabama (88), Auburn (101) and UF (111). The first 13 runners to finish broke the course record and there were three Gators, sophomore Coralena Velsen, senior Wendy Frazier and freshman Marny Westphal. Velsen earned her second consecutve All-SEC honors as she placed third with a personal best of 17:14 7. Frazier finished in 11th place with 17:36.8 and Westphal placed 13th, equaling her career best of 17.40 4 I was surprised at my finish maid Velsen, who placed ninth last year as a freshman. "I didn't think I would do this well." Tennessee's Weigand was out early along with Georgia's Kell Butler. who placed second with a Sall NEVERS UF cross country ninner Mike LeValle finished In sixth place to lead all Gators' finishers at the SEC Championships. time of 16:51.6. Weigand took the lead for a good two-thirds of the race. UFs fourth and fifth runners couldn't close the gap between UPefirst three finisherassenior Stacey Watkins placed 41st (18:56.5) and freshman Breda Gaffney placed 43rd with (19:00.0). Sophomore Katie Delring was 48th with 19*I9.0 and junior Samara Benson was 57th with 20:26.9. 4015*1 eIN a~Wf df lN MlPe.i'tadnn. pCr nC .ies'a.4Wu4oqIe re hietd t"'"'"-ftina i.tlg'on. -m*Iy 'itis nc. -ieny --nCosSe flM h en m-M1 Sc ,leqU hen M-Oryu aseisa lean. cynee ipate e 8vyu I.nS efla ".feI 1 OI.m Im T.o fstea' 'li. S# aD.* -to uWOxd 1II1d At M.e 'W t iEaij Al on", ARE WE OUT OF OUR HEADS? OR WHAT? NOT YET!!! Tues. Oct. 30 thru Fri. Nov. 40% OFF AL L.A. 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