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Safety concerns trouble Halloween festivities i

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By PATRICIA LEE Encouraging a costume contest would be choice would have been to host the show day.
Alligator Writer -* inappropriate, Student Services Dean James inside the O'Connell Center, but doing so "Supposedly, two of the band members )
Scott said.Students still are allowed to dress would have added about another $5,000 to are sick," Mateu said. "We're extremely
Tonight's annual Halloween Festival may up if they wish, he said. the cost of the $30,000 show. upset."

be tamer than usual without its costume "Halloween is a time in which fear and After problems with UF administrators To replace TROOP,which was to play with
contest, but it's a small sacrifice to UF ad- violence and blood and gore is emphasizedand nearly wiped out the celebration, and one of Regina Belle and DJ Magic Mike, SGP
ministrators who almost scrapped the cele- highlighted,"Scott said. "This has beenan the bands scheduled to perform canceled booked local dance band Xxotic. Other than

bration. exceptional year, with the murders and Tuesday, tonight's free show will be some- that, the 6 p.m. show should be business as

"Historically, this has been a troubled tragedies, and we didn't think encouraging thing of a miracle, Mateu said. usual, minus the costume contest.

show, and the administration didn't want to people sensitive.to"dress up in such outfits would be "It wasn't easy getting everything to- The contest, which in previous years had

have a nighttime concert on Halloween this gether, and now with one of the bands winners who dressed up as a vagina, a !
year because of the trouble in town Student Scott and others asked SGP officials not backing out, it's put a lot of strain on the spurting penis and condoms, was ques-
Government Productions Chairman Raul to have an outdoor evening concert where preparation," Mateu said. The quintet tioned early in the planning stages becauseof
Mateu said, referring to the still unsolved crowd control Is more difficult. With most TROOP,known for its soul chart top-10 hits lagging interest and few participants,
deaths of five college students in August. students in class during the day, SGP's only "My Heart"and "Mamacita,"canceled Tues- Mateu said. I I1l


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Attorney: Probable cause necessaryBy

MATTHEW SAUER temporarily detain a citizen if the officer thinks that
person has committed or is about to commit a crime."
Alligator Writer
According to reports, Register was unaware the
The state attorney has given local police a thumbs thumbprinting was going on until this weekend. But
down on their efforts to randomly fingerprint suspicious Donna Janeczko of Winter Park said she contactedthe
persons they stop while patrolling southwest State Attorney's Office the day after her son, UF I
Gainesville, Assistant State Attorney John Carlin said junior Darin Janeczko, was stopped by a Florida ,
Tuesday.But .- Highway Patrol trooper and thumbprinted earlier this
the mother the UF student who is consideringlegal month.

action against the troopers who fingerprintedhim "I. spoke at length with a lawyer at the State
said the State Attorney's Office was unresponsiveto Attorney's office,and he told me It was not of concernto
her son's complaint earlier this month. him that they were stopping people," she said,
Carlin said State Attorney Len Register issued a adding that she doesn't remember the name of the
memorandum Monday to Task Force patrol officersto lawyer she talked to.

caution them about thumbprinting without probablecause. Task Force patrol officers have been stopping and ,
thumbprinting people they consider suspicious In the
"The memo reminded police officers of something
Print, 8
they already knew," Carlin said. "(Officers) can only see page



Professors : Debate may sway



undecided voters to ChilesBy


one-hour event referring to Chiles Is,
PATRICIA LEE said
Although both professors
as a liberal Washington insider
Alligator Writer they don't think the debate
who constantly changes his mind
the minds of
changed any already-
The name calling,issue duckingand for convenience.With decided voters, Colburn said the
personal attacks of the Tues- only 90 seconds to answer debate may have swung undecided .
day night debate between gubernatorial each question from newscasters voters to Chiles. This was in part
candidates Bob Martinez and about taxes, abortion, lottery, thanks to a major mistake by
Lawton Chiles may not have been growth management, environmental Martinez, he said.
highly informative,but made for an protection,drugs and crime,the All
entertaining event that may give candidates gave brief answers di-
in the debate when dis-
Early ,
Chiles the edge with undecided rected mostly to one another. i
troubled
Florida's
cussing econ-
voters, some UF professors said. "There were absolutely cheap l4
omy, Martinez told Chiles, "That'sgoing
"It was a lot livelier than I ex- shots there," Craig said. to be your baby to deal with." w
pected it to be, although I'm not, "Martinez called Chiles a liar, a
sure they talked a whole lot about quitter, a hypocrite and a crook. "That was an awkward state-
the issues," said UF political sci- Chiles didn't resort to name-calling ment,"Colburn said."It's almost as
ence professor Stephen Craig.."It so much, but he still labeled if he was saying he expected Chilesto

was entertaining. Martinez a coward and a liar." win. It was a mistake I know he r_ ':J.'r.-! : -... p"'L..- .... ..'1 ,. .. .. I
The televised debate between in- Although Craig says he wished he hadn't made. STEPHANIE SOMMEP
cumbent Republican Martinez and "wouldn't award it to either side, Trick or treat

Democrat Chiles, a former U.S. since they both did well," he did clarificationDavid UF junior Gary Phillips leads Gabriella Castejon, 3, and

senator, is the first and possibly say Chiles made better use of the James Jeon, 4, both from Baby Gator nursery, around
only one before the Nov. 6 election, debate.A second professor agreed. and Jean Chalmers gave
the Reitz Union North Lawn before taking them trick-or-
although Chiles spent much of the "Chiles was very dynamic and' $50 to Jim Notestein's campaign in
to Union offices
treating Tuesday.
debate asking for more.. very forceful," said UF history professor 1988. The Alligator implied otherwise
And Martinez used much of the David Colburn. on this page Monday.
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located on the second floor of the Reitz Union. Look in the elevator for Call 3761757.The .
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participate in fun and games. The Mummy: The College of Liberal tion presents a discussion on the
Come in costume. Call 3921655. Arts and Sciences Student Council equality of women and men today at
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: meets today at 5:10: in McCartyHall 5 in the Reitz Union Room 150B. 6 am
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes Room 3108. Call Lyn at 374- Everyone welcome. Call 373-9640.
meets tonight 8 in the Gator Room 6764. Phantom of the Opera:The Association TIL (MIDNIGHT

next to Gate 1 for food, fun and fel- Nightmare on Elm Street: The of Students in Jewish Studies FINANCING AVAILABLE
lowship. Call 3731662.Pet Society of Black Student Engineers meets today at 5 in Granter Hall ( )

Sematary: The Wildlife Society meets today at 5 in Weil Room 328. Room 471. Call Monique at 375-8769 NAUTILUS FREE WEIGHTS AEROBICS
meets tonight at 7 in Newins- Guest speaker will be from General or Karl at 3353600.The .
Ziegler Hall Room 112. A Halloween Electric. Call 392-7969 or 3364483. Birds: The Agape Faith Center 21 00 S.W. 34th St. 373-1725
party will follow. Call33& 332. Hellralser The Women's Health Ministries presents a Fall Festi-
It's Alive: The Gainesville Rightto Task Force invites students to a dis- val for the whole family today at 5 at (OFFER EXPIRES 1031 '90))
Life will present the video"Matterof cussion on the trials and tribulationsof the Agape Faith Center at 908 SW
Choice" today at noon at 921 NW Campus Organized Against Rape Williston Road. Call 375-5381.

13th St. Visitors are welcome. today at 5 in Dr. Ken Finger's suite Godzilla: The Korean Under TONIGHT!!!
Psycho:The College Republicansmeet at Shand s Hospital. Call 373-3332. graduate Student Association meets T.J. Morrissey'sVideo
tonight at 7 in the Reitz Union Carrie: The Transfer Activities today at 5 in the Reitz Union Room
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Task force recommends enforcing Dead Week


By ANNE-MARIE PANKOWSKI "It couldn't be approved for this finals' Week policy would be difficult, even if a Legg fears that some faculty members
Alligator Writer period,"" he said. "The soonest that it could student reported a violation. would complain that the proposed policy
happen would be spring semester,that's our "What are we supposed to do -create an would keep them from covering all of the
Starting; next semester, students may be goal." academic police force that runs in and tears class material.
relieved from the pressures of quizzes,testsor Students voiced their opinion last spring up the professors'notes,"he said."You don't
new material during the three days before when about 80 percent voted on a SG election want to create a policy you can't enforce." "That would be interfering with the faculty
final exams, said Bret Berlin, chairmen of referendum that the present Dead Week But Florida State University enforces its member's" prerogative in running the
the Student Government Task Force on policy was not being followed.Berlin said. Dead Week policy, which prohibits professors course, Legg said.
Dead Week. The problem with Dead Week is that from giving exams, but does not deal But during the summer semester, professors
UF has traditionally scheduled the week teachers and students don't know what the with the issue of whether new material already alter the amount of material
before finals as "Dead Week." But many policy means, said Student Body President should be taught,said FSU Academic Affairs they cover, said chemistry professor Jim
students complained that their professors Michael Browne. Vice President Gus Turnbull. Deyrup.
ignored the spirit of the week by presentingnew "It's never been really understood exactly "The main thing we stress is that the final "Almost every faculty member admits
material, Berlin said. what Dead Week is supposed to be,"he said. exams are given as scheduled and not at they cut material during the summer," he
"What's going to make an impact is if The purpose of the task force is to establish other times," he said. said."Losing three lectures out of 45 will not
(Dead Week) becomes an issue," he said. a policy that is easily understood and "If students complain, we go to the professor hold the world back."
Berlin presented several Dead Week proposals followed by all faculty, Browne said. and tell him that he has to follow the
last week to the University Senatethe The undergraduate student handbook describes rules""Turnbull said. And students lives and grades would Im-
Dead Week "a of discretionary prove as a result of a real Dead Week policy,
group representing faculty concerns. But as period The proposed policy at UF would requirethe
after much discussion, the Senate came to review days," said Keith Legg, UFs last three days of the semester to be Deyrup said.
no conclusions.Still,Berlin remains optimistic. -' associate vice president academic Affairs.. strictly review sessions for the final exams, "If it did nothing but give people a chance t
Legg said Tuesday that enforcing Dead Berlin said. to read and sleep,it would be a step forward." t

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Facility links UF,




private companiesBy I II

"This will be one of only two or I
DEBBIE CENZIPER \
three of these types of centers in
Alligator Staff Writer
"
the country. I
UF coupled high-tech science Another$1.2 million is neededto
and big business this summer complete the last of the build
with the opening of another biotechnology ings, which have laboratories, offices 3
facility, the third in a conference rooms and
four-building project designed to classrooms, he said. The state
develop and market research dis- and federal governments contrib-
coveries. uted a combined $10 million to
The $16 million complex, the complex, located in the Prog-
started at UF three years ago,will ress Center, UF's research and
coordinate the school's biotechnology technology park.Biotechnology.
research programs with based on cellu- R r
lar processes, plays a starring ar as :t
private corporations so facultycan
commercialize their projects, role in almost every biological NATALEE WATERs-ALLIGATOR
said UF Governmental Relations process and can improve crops, UPs new $16 million complex, started three years ago, will coordinate the school's biotechnology I I Ior
Vice President Al Alsobrook. create better breeds of animals research programs with private corporations so faculty can commercialize their projects.

With help from outside busi- and correct gene deficiencies, deal with diseases that has UF Research Vice President UPs strong programs to the top
nesses,uniting research with de- said Michael Gabridge, directorof hither been untreatable," Donald Price said by mixing business of their kind nationally, he said.
called
UFs half of the complex,
will the school Gabridge said. "It will provide with research
velopment grant the UF Biotechnology Institutefor new compa- "The progress and the accom-
national recognition, he said. Technology Transfer. unique facilities that are simplynot nies will be attracted to UF. plishments have been tremendous
Though all four buildings will available elsewhere in the Communities will benefit from ,"Price said."We can get the
work as a team,a private develop- The possibilities of the scienceare state and in a majority of the coun the union because discoveriescan results of our work out to benefit
ment corporation owns two. limitless,he said,and the com- try." be turned into marketable the community and this gives us
"It takes basic research from plex will provide great opportunities The last building is scheduledto products and create job opportunities the opportunity to increase our
the laboratory to the market for UF. begin construction next year, he said. collaboration with private indus-
place," Alsobrook said Tuesday. "We will be in a position to treat he said. The complex also will propelBut try."

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Lombardi questions future SG sets up office space, I


flexibility in budget decisions new phoneline for COARUF's

Campus Organized the rough change has been
the-board budget cuts, which would have amountedto Against Rape has finally found a eased. COAR now will share an
By MIKE BRUSCELL. about a $5.7 million loss. home in Student Government. office with two other student
Alligator Staff Writer The reduction shrunk about 2.4 percent, or $4.2 The school's top rape education groups in the Reitz Union and
Still walking a fine line between the need for budget million, after money from lottery and emergency group, which recently have its own phoneline and answering
cuts and summer classes, UF will set Summer A funds became available.. But as UF administrators moved from the UF Infirmary's machine.
courses that five or more seniors registered such as -Provost Andrew- Sorensen- jurisdiction to SG, was withoutits Browne said he hopes thegroup's
for last year as top priority and and Vice Provost Gene Hemp shuffle own office or phoneline. education
offer at least two-thirds of 1990's total Lombardiwants money, it appears there's less flexi- COAR officials said the transition ,that peer works to educate program students
Summer A schedule.But bility than anticipated. weakened the program be- about rape, will regain its
UF President John Lombardi more bud- While UFs future control over its cause having a phone was strength with the new adjust
questioned whether schools will have purse strings, remains undecided, crucial to the group's success. ments.
the flexibility in comingVears to choose get freedom for Board of Regents spokesman Pat Student Body President Michael
which expenses to cut. Lombardi! has universities Riordan said Lombardi and other Browne said Monday that -DEBBIE CENZIPER
advocated greater budget freedom for state university leaders must work within I I
Florida's nine public universities existing budget stipulations despite correctionThe
throughout the State University System's drive. for their wishes for the future.The board is a 13-member
financial mercy from a tight state budget. panel that guides the state's public universities.
Gov. Bob Martinez and the Cabinet last month bodies of two UF freshmen, the first two of the five murder victims
ordered all state agencies to make 5 percent across- see Budget page 8 found,were discovered Aug. 26. The Alligator reported otherwise on this
page Monday.



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David Souter, whose nomination hearings this summer cian perform his normal functions and discuss a full Fri. & Sat. 11/2/ -11/3/ Dick Tracy
were marked by a refusal to disclose his viewson range of medical options with the woman? The (Midnight Movie: Heathen)
abortion, played a key role Tuesday in debate over (government) can in effect preclude professional FREE Archway cookies given away this weekend!II!
the only major abortion case before the court this speech?" Sun. 11/4/ The Shop on Main Street
term. The exchange was part of hour-long oral argumentsover (Czech)
In a series of questions during oral arguments, whether regulations proposed to Title 10 of the I <
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planning clinics from discussing abortion as an option their medical options. t Admission: Mon, Wed Thurs $1.00 Student
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Souter asked Solicitor General Kenneth Starr,arguing family planning and reproductive health care, provid- c Frl, Sat $1.50 Student
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lations to the 20-year-old Title 10 family planning 5 million low-income women nationwide.The Sun FREE
program would let a doctor tell a woman whose life government claims the regulations are neededto
would be threatened by having a baby that "you are uphold the original intent of Congress not to provide
in danger"* and an abortion is indicated. money for abortion-related services.
Starr said the regulations would allow a doctor to Opponents acknowledge the government has the
tell her she is in danger and needs treatment,but not right to withhold money for abortions, but claim it
to recommend an abortion. cannot prohibit speech simply because it finances a tub cewlt
To actually go forward and counsel, "You need an project. A decision in the case is expected sometimenext yL N.rr.
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I Students volunteer for fulfillment, class requisites I IBy


JOANNA GOLTZMAN year, executive director Darlene Kostrub dren while they are under the supervisionof ters, workshops and several other places
Alligator Writer said, and at least 2,500 of them are UF the court system. that need help throughout the community.
students. Stuart Schwartz, a volunteer administrative "Many of the students continue to volun-
Whether they need credit for a class or "Volunteering gives you a sense of fulfillment assistant for Gainesville Fire-Rescue, teer even after the semester is over,"
they just want to help others, UF students and it's a way to work on issues you're has been teaching an exceptional people Schwartz said.
make up a large part of Alachua County's concerned about," Kostrub said. course at UF for eight years.In .
volunteer force. "We encourage people to volunteer and this class,the students must work with UF sophomore Troy Gabay, one of
Tove Stennes, a UF nursing sophomore, we also refer people who want to volunteerto disabled people by volunteering 20 hours Schwartz's students, volunteers at Shands
volunteers at Shands Hospital four hours a places in the community that are in need. each semester. Hospital for two hours each week, visiting
week."I "We get most volunteers by advertising," "Volunteering assists my students in de- adult patients."I .
volunteer as a cuddler," Stennes said, she said. "Sometimes attitude toward
people just call and veloping a good, positive
like it because I feel that I am doing
"I soothe babies when they're crying, play say they want to volunteer. We keep in handicapped people and helps the students others some good."
with them and feed them. contact with about 100. agencies and we feel more comfortable with them,"Schwartz
"It's good experience for me." know on any day what needs to be done." said.Students Information about volunteering is avail
About 6,800 people volunteer through the Kostrub volunteers for Guardian Ad taking the class volunteer at able from The Volunteer Center of Alachua
Volunteer Center of Alachua County each Utem, which is a group that protects chil group living homes, nursing homes, shel- County at 220 N. Main SI

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Darin Janeczko said he was leaving his apartment com-
plex on a moped when the trooper pulled him over and
fingerprinted him for no apparent reason. The UF junior
said the officer told him the random stop was in connec- J'rRiI !:
tion with the August murders of five college students..

The first reaction: Just another in the recent string of
incidents where Florida police have jumped over the line
dividing law enforcement and citizens' rights.

But after a moment, the indignation is replaced with a I Have a safe and happy HalloweenHalloween I
chilling thought Maybe they really don't know who did

it, after all. Nine weeks after our classmates were as we observe it today, originated from
stabbed to death, and this is where the investigation is? various ancient fears and customs. Even so, for most so- Murk Raines
Stopping motorists by chance? Americans this holiday no longer holds any special LIFE
meaning. Children have been the ones to keep the GOES ON
Aug. 29, Gainesville Police Chief Wayland Clifton celebration alive. Sadly these same children are the
"We've had enough physical evidence at each of the three ones often harmed by the very holiday they have kept Not knowing what to say,the mother told her daughterthat
scenes to develop a suspect. Every minute that passes, we alive all these years. the Great Pumpkin does not have time to writeto
are getting stronger and stronger leads." Advertisers love Halloween. This holiday providesa children. Determined to send the letter, Lori ad-
When the bodies were found in a span of three days, perfect opportunity for corporations to unload all dressed it to the Great Pumpkin in the Pumpkin Patch,
types of junk on the American public. For many placed a stamp on the envelope, and mailed the letter.
local and state law enforcement moved quickly to createan people, the custom of carving a Halloween pumpkinhas Several weeks later, Lori still had not heard from
impressive-sounding task force. Florida Highway Pa- been replaced by plastic or styrofoam pumpkins. the Great Pumpkin. Then the mother received a phone
trol troopers came in to beef up the city's police pres- Ghosts made from sheets and hung by wires have call from Carolyn Dryer in Pumpkin Center, Ariz.
ence, while the FBI and Florida Department of Law been exchanged for plastic inflatable ghosts. Through a post office fluke, that small town had
Enforcement jumped in with their labs and computers.The Television and movies also have changed Halloween received Lori's letter. The letter was the talk of the
from a fun holiday to a commercial field day. In the town.
investigative team that nailed notorious mass mur- past children would dress up as witches, ghosts, Carolyn told the mother that Lori had asked the
derer Ted Bundy was called in. Then came the high-tech goblins or various other scary creatures. Today,children Great Pumpkin for a billion dollars,toys for all children,
laser device, billed as a way to detect minute traces of will wear Bart Simpson or Teenage Mutant Ninja a don and peace. Even though the requests were way
blood, semen, saliva and fingerprints. Next, the militarywas Turtle costumes. out of reach, the town did want to do something for
here, trudging through southwest wooded areas, Halloween has become dangerous as well. There the girl.
was a time when people could give apples home-
for kind of lead. or At the decided to
searching any baked next town meeting, the people
goods to the neighborhood children. Nowadays
I
Still, no arrest. unless a close family friend gives a child such a have Carolyn write a letter back to Lori and enclosea
package of pumpkin seeds. The letter would tell her
I
treat the threat of danger is too Too
Sept. 30, Gainesville police Sgt. Dick Gerard "We people get their kicks from harming great.children many with that the Great Pumpkin could not grant all her wishes,
are not putting any size on the number of (suspects) we're poisonous food. but maybe one day Lori could grow a Great Pumpkinof

working with anymore. The size varies every day. It couldbe In Alachua County elementary schools, parents are her own.
10 one day, 30 the next and 50 the next day." pressuring school faculty members to decrease the Lori was delighted to hear from the Great Pumpkin.
And the trail colder. amount of Halloween celebration in the classroom. Through their generosity,the town of Pumpkin Center
every day gets The parents are worried about the connection between had renewed Lori's faith in the world of makebelieveand
For while, police offered up UF freshman Edward Lewis Halloween and satanism.There even has been talk of her mother's faith in people.In .
Humphrey as a possible suspect, but now he appearsto removing scary Halloween stories from local libraries. these times of commercial junk, cyanidelacedfruit
be just another victim. Confused and mentally dis- Recently I read an article by:Jerri Fields relating a and parental concern about Halloween's satanic
turbed, Humphrey does not seem to be the cunning mur- true story that is refreshing to hear amidst the gloom implications,it's nice to know that there are still people
could capture.Clifton's and doom of today's Halloween. The story tells howa who see Halloween as a time for children to have fun
derer who so slickly escape small town of people renew a mother and child's and live out their fantasies. The people of Pumpkin
early optimism now rings empty. The "wealthof faith in the true spirit of Halloween.One Center,Ariz.certainly know the meaning of the phrase
evidence" he talked about now seems to be a myth. Halloween, a little girl named Lori asked her "Happy Halloween. -
We sincerely hope we're wrong, but when police dependon mother what the address was for the Great Pumpkin. Mark Raines is a VF telecommunications junior.

routine traffic stops to provide suspects, we have to J{
wonder if these crimes will ever be solved.
You want aid? though some of my fellow students Federal grants and loans for
here at UF have written to him to higher education should be consid-
alligator Serve your countryEditor complain about financial aid. ered a luxury and not a right.
Editor Their petulant demeanor and For those students who write to
: I would like to thank Dan
"give me" attitude is
Judy A. Plunkett a poor reflec- complain about, not, receiving
Quayle for the large sum of money tion on those of us who
appreciate
Managing Editor Opinions Editor I have received from the federal the assistance we received from the money, he should suggest to them
M.D. Cumella Jacqueline Reslier government these past few yearsto government. giving something in return.
help subsidize my higher educa' Forwarding their name and ad-
'Letters Policy tion. I was entitled to a portion of crisis Considering I the current budget dress to the armed forces recruiterin
would
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page). They should tx .this money as a benefit for servingin like for him to know Gainesville would beagood start.
typed, double-spaced and signed. They should Include I typed name, address and telaphon there are those of us willing to takea
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause.' If you have. py questions ca' the United States Marine Corps. cut in the financial aid we receive Robert V. Chadwell
the editorial page editor at 3784458.
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Demand justice in our world"Nuke


them. Letnupetiet bea
let's bomb\ the hell out of Iraq. Tassin Tassin leS9J(1-(
I i-s \tl' for
You might already have heard these CONSIDER" grant
expres- I do
Yom P ( : dribIna hotel
room.lt mid
sions as a reaction to what is happening in the THISand
Gulf.But be a Setup--

is war really the solution? Gaza Strip in the same manner?
The Iraqis are destroying the national character Some answer"Israel is America's closest ally:
of Kuwait and the fabric of its society. The (the bombing of the USS Liberty and the Pollard
invasion brought about the world's attention and
case prove otherwise), or my personal favorite, x
its condemnation. Currently, there is a massive "Israel is the only democracy in the region.
buildup American troops and weapons in Saudi
Arabia.Is Telling the latter to a Palestinian is like telling n
this being done to restore freedom and a black that South Africa is a democracy. Israelis
liberty for Kuwait and its people? You tell me. a democratic state for the Jews. It is a repressive
A few hundred miles northwest of Kuwait lies regime to the Palestinians.

the occupied territories, the homeland of 1.5 South Africa's system of Apartheid is ideal for
million Palestinians who are living under ruthless white segregationists, but is a disaster to the
Israeli occupation.For blacks. /Barry
23 years, the Israeli occupation forces Palestinians don't have oil and don't generate B I IBush's
have been performing the same duties as their petrodollars that are pumped into the Western
Iraqul counterparts in Kuwait. economies. They love their homeland, and they contrary, neither are racist.
The latest atrocity took place in Jerusalem want to live and raise their children freely there.It veto shows Rather, both Lincoln and Bush have
where trigger- happy Israeli police fired on Pal is not too much to ask. his demonstrated that the primary concernof
strength concernEditor
estinians (with their American-made weapons) the President is the welfare of the
killed more than 20 Palestinians and injured more The new world order should advocate freedom : Referring to President Bush's nation as a whole.Just as Lincoln feared
than 100 of them. and liberty for all. That includes Palestinians, latest veto, the Oct. 29 editorial cartoon for the longevity of the Union, Bush
The Israelis are suppressing Palestinian na- Kuwaitis, Lebanese, Kurds, South Africans, asked of Abraham Lincoln, "Would he worried that detrimental quota systems
tionalism in all its forms.If Lithuanians, etc. I ask you to demand justice in "
veto a civil rights bill? would result from the vetoed bill.
the Iraqi occupation of Kuwait is illegal anda this world. I have always understood that President President Bush could have taken the
naked aggression, why would anyone hesitate Yassin Yassin is a UF fifth-year mechanical Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation easy way out and signed the bill, takinga
to treat the Israeli occupation of the West Bank engineering student
was largely a political measure to large non-Republican bloc of voter sup
gain Europe's support during the Civil port with him. Instead of being com-
War. In other words, he would have mended for not playing political games
allowed the institution of slavery to re- with a key piece of legislation, he is
main intact,except for his belief that the attacked as being an enemy of minorities
breakup of the Union was the greater of and he is compared to an incorrect
r ..tIll1't the two evils.I image of an American hero.Yes,Lincoln
I am certainly not comparing Lincolnto would have vetoed the bill.
David Duke, as the Oct. 29 cartoonso Morgan Weisel
ignorantly did with Bush. Quite the 2UF

Obviously, this decision
Do away by President lom- fered.Visitation A is now a

with Plan A bardi! is a safety measure nuisance rather than a
following the tragedy of precaution. It entails that
Editor: It has come to my the Gainesville murders, members of the oppositesex
attention that residence but the time has come cannot study after
halls at UF are still under when we no longer need midnight in rooms. In ad-
Plan A Visitation which re- the extra protection.For dition, the weekends are
stricts visitation after mid- stifled by 2 a.m. curfews.We .
night on weekdays and 2 example, addi- are not children any

a.m. during the weekend. tional police units, some more.
\\' Occupants of the halls from other universities, The recent events have
were given the opportu- were asked to patrol UF, made us all more 'awareof
nity to vote for the plan yet they are no longer our vulnerability and
that they preferred ap- here. State troopers now how we can take precau-
proximately six weeks patrol the Row and Mu- tions in unarming circum-
'" f fPUPWPI JJ WS W ** ago. Yet the visitation seum Road for alcohol vio- stances.
=:;mstrates ; rules were not changed in lations. Fliers, whistles
I I' .;;m IMPG1t3t .U21s'MEt' IIF riG tYFAA?!" accordance with the and free phone calls to Jennifer Uston

votes. home are no longer- of- 1UF

a lack of competence in department, as usual, would tell us dent lived in constant fear of becoming
Ticket policies needto management. The seating ar- pon.I I hope none of this happens virtually nothing about the crimes.In the next victim. This fear",
rangement should have been dis- again in the future. the aftermath of the crimes, in our supposedly "free state,
be adjustedEditor covered by the ticket office long Brendan S. O'Brien however, emerged a hysteria that} should be unfounded. But with re-
: I am writing to express 4EQ was perpetuated by the media and strictive waiting periods and governmental

extreme distaste for the football ago.After all of this, I was not surprised Editor's note: The correct ticket compounded by the police. control over the
and Growl ticket policies.wonder that the sales of Florida- price teas indicated .in a story the Alarmed by the outbreak of com- anDs law-abiding citizen's right to bear
why the ticket office was unwilling Georgia tickets were screwed up. ,following day. mon sense in the area illustrated the criminal can feel safe
to distribute Growl coupons with There was no prior notice in The by skyrocketing gun sales, the police knowing that he or ,she is more
football season passes.It Alligator was in another paper, Give the lawful began issuing warnings to law- likely to prey on an unarmed person
little to ask for the $1 I did not see it. abiding citizens saying they could than on an armed one.
seems citizens their guns get in trouble trying to protect Beware Gainesville. Beware
this'is When notice finally appeared in
increase in price; incidentally
'
themselves from possible harm. Florida. If the police and the Con-
the handling cost for the football The Alligator,a typographical error Editor: I am writing in reaction to
have their choice, it will
season pass. If$1 is enough for a stated the price of a coupon was the recent events that have rocked Maybe the police should check gressman
be them and the criminals who will
football season' pass to be proc- $8. Although I found this obvious, this college town' of Gainesville, the fact that police officers and not
essed,why not a Growl coupon? It I saw retraction, the following and the subsequent developmentsin civilians exercising his or her Sec- have the be guns able,and to pretty distinguish soonyouwon't between -
was amusing to wait in line for a day. This! is too large an error forTh police action in the area. ond Amendment right to keep and these groups.To .
coupon after prepaying.It *Alligator to ignore.During The murders did indeed causea bear arms are more likely to shoot
was also rather inconsiderate all of this I found a help. stir, and all of us felt for the an innocent person. But tefs not the police:You do your" .:jobs,
we'H do
when the seats the ticket office ful person at the ticket office who families and friends of the victims. let facts get in the way. ours.
Luke Butler
gave my two friends and me were helped me with a problem a friend The media, as usual, had minute- "Let us do our job, cried police',
separated an aisle.This demon- had with his Florida-Georgia cou- by-minute updates, and the police officials while many a college stu- 3LS'WEDNESDAY

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who were stopped, but since it has teered his thumbprint when he was
BUDGETfrom Sorensen and Hemp said UF PRINTSfrom been stopped, the ACLU will not be stopped earlier this month while leaving
. page 3They've still is aiming to offer 75 to 80 page 1 pursuing any further legal avenuesat his apartment complex on a
percent of its Summer sched- col- Blumner said. moped.
southwest area where five local this time,
this list,"now Riordan got to live said.with ule, with upper-level courses lege students were found murderedin Carlin said the State Attorney'sOffice Janeczko was never issued a citation
"There's not flexibility to receiving top priority. August, said Robin Blumner, ex- received several reports that but the FHP trooper who
change the list after the Cabi- Sorensen said he hopes UF ecutive director of the American Civil officers were thumbprinting improperly stopped him recorded his height,
net approved it. The universitymust will be able to release a prelim- Liberties Union of Florida. ,prompting Register to issue the weight, hair and eye color, and other
live by what it said it must inary Summer A schedule by Blumner said Tuesday the ACLU memo. physical characteristics on a card,he
do. Dec. 1 so students can'either has been investigating several police "A lot of people are inherently coerced said.The officer also asked him if he
"You can't do something dif- suggest course additions or stops in southwest Gainesville by by a uniform and our officers smoked.
ferent," Riordan said. plan to take the courses they FHP troopers who thumbprinted need to be aware of that when they
Lombardi said he should need during spring semester. people,particularly white males,who stop people," Carlin said. "If the offi- Carlin said an illegally obtained
were walking or traveling on mopedsand cer requests to fingerprint you and fingerprint could be inadmissable as
know by the end of the week The school will
reserve bicycles. you volunteer to let him, then he's evidence in court and could jeopar-
about how much will to implement
neces-
money
money "
need to be cut from equipment, sary course additions to the "This was a real imposition on the within his rights. dize legal proceedings against a sus-
renovation and library funds. schedule, Sorensen said. constitutional freedoms of the people Janeczko said he never volun- pect.

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A hero for the classesThe




Dark Knight swings into literature courseBy



Mike Bruscell


resembling Ronald Reagan.
Teachers have different of doing
ways
justice to literature. Steve Fallon uses Batman. Miller's drawings enhance the book's

Fallon teaches Writing About Literatureat : : WATERS' ALLIGATOR
UF, and has used "The Dark Knight Re- the Bat I I
turns," a collected volume of four 1986 comic his English class.
books starring Batman, for two semesters.
"They think I'm just going to show
them this funny book Fallon said of his students
mostly freshmen. "(But) they come out \\1
of it learning more about the structure of lit
erature." I
The graphic novel examines an older,
more bitter Batman's re-emergence after 10
years in retirement.The hero returns to a city
hinged on apocalypse, haunted by teenage
mutant street gangs and his greatest villains.
Fallon, 28, stopped collecting comicsas
a teenager, but read "Dark Knight" after a Gl
student recommended it in Spring 1989.
Drawn into the novel by author Frank
Miller's characterization of Batman as a grim,
violent avenger torn between an obsession for
justice and a death wish, Fallon researched \
Batman's evolution from 1950s do-gooder into
an 1980s punishing machine."I .
think Miller's trying to show us
more the modern hero," Fallon said. "He's gota
psychologically complex hero in a socially
complex world. I think our comic books are r
now catching up to our society.: I
Fallon,who has won several teaching I
awards as a UF graduate student, said instructors
devoted to traditional literary works ess"t
probably wouldn't enjoy the novel, but he's
received support from UF faculty.
There probably are some curmudgeons -
who wouldn't like what's on my sylla-
bus," Fallon said. "(But) they've allowed me
some pretty good leeway.:

Many students begin reading"Dark
Knight" skeptical about a comic book literary
value, but Fallon said most find elements to
enjoy or appreciate. When Fallon asked his
two classes whether the novel qualified as literature
they all raised their hands. r
"At first when I started reading it, I
didn't want to read it at all," said UF freshman
Jennifer Hilgenfeldt. "But I got into it so
fast In the movie,you never saw Batman .
thinking."
"It was actually a challenging novel,"
said UF freshman Peter Ristine, 18. "It's got a
lot deeper storyline and plot than the other
comics.do. It's a whole novel. i
"You also get,something out of f it,"
Ristine said."J I don't know if I want to Say a
moral, but a lesson that everybody has
another side to themselves that has to take
control. I
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BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND








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FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. ROOMMATESTREEHOUSE .. '.'1" .. : '" ..:.... :.. ",:."..., '

r ClassificationsFor I g How to place a
1 FURNISHEDHousing ONE MONTH FREE plus water and heat VILLAGE

paid on one bedroom at 1524 NW 4th: Roommates available. Reserve your classified ad:

Available-1 blk to UF, coed co. Ave.7777. walk 10.31.4.2 to UF Collage Park 371. room for spring. Bus serviceto ':: ,if :' Rent t/' Furnished

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UF and SFCC. Furn unf
op, all utll paid Inc. ac, 10 meals weekly, or urn. In Person:

parking laundry, $210 par mo., C.L.O. FREE RENTII One month free on studio $175-$250 per roommatemonth.MZ .: 2-.:; For Rent; Unfurnished Cash check, MC or VISA.

117 NW 151h 51. 3774269. 12-14-62-1 UFo and one College bedroom Park 371-7777.10-31-4-2 apartments Walk to Property 375-0207 Mgmt. Inc. Realtor 'i: .::i:.: Mobile I "011441 :.::;:f ::.; ::::t..Pi:'; The Alligator Office

Wanted: m/f nlor own room : :. / For Bent/Sate/ ; '.: : : 1105 W. University Ave.
In large 4bdrm hse. Close to UF F to share w/ samens or smoker, master : < M-F8am 4pm
Apt lor Pent in the Laurels., 2br/2ba/ ': :'
: ; t '
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ONLY $150/monlhlll"/ wash/dry a/c ht. Huge clubhouse w/ev- bdr In clean 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba twnhse, :.4 : Sublease House/Apt./ ::.\

Call 373.11012 nowll. 11-5-5-1 erythmglll Avail Dec. Call 335-9945. 11- sec near, pets Shands.ok. Jodi$242/mo 378-7828.+ 1/2 10315.5 utll + 1/2 : : 5 .Roemmatw: .'.i: v :::",::, Main Customer BookstoreHub Service Desk
25.2 '.: :: *::! {i.:
.. 6 : For Sate ;-: ::-.; :. *. : :-:: M F 8 am 4:30 pm

COUNTRY LIVING by 34St. Plaza. 2BR Need F roommate to share 2bdr/2ba Oxford <;Y>:. Estate : '" Reitz Union, Cashier's OfficeM
:: ;
Reel
Manor apt. Call 8137255770. .
FOR RENT: Duplex. Quiet wooded area. Air, pets o.k. < .:: F 9 am 0 pm
$275 KEY MANAGEMENT 3723060. 2-7-5 : Sat a Sun Closed
2 UNFURNISHEDStroll 10.31.3.2 }
Rockwood Villaa-rmmt needed lor own 'Autos > < ; Medical Bookstore ShandsM
fully turn br/ba. Nice 3br/3ba condo w/all .1f Iie'
to UF from this 2BR afliciency. Includes 2bdr/1 ba house $275. Quiet neighbor amenities. Watitetf <. F, 8 am 4 30 pm
$225/mo. Call 3369332. 10-
:
soma utilities. $275 Key Manage. hood close to UF ft Shands, spaciousnice 31.5.5
ment 3723060. 10.31.5.2 yard. 377-7485 leave message. 11- By Mail:

1.3.2 Roommate needed ASAP to share .: Use terms appearing weeklyIn
Walk to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270.$280, nice 2bdr/2ba condo fireplace.. Close very 12 .Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by
2 BDR $335. NEW Townhouse $....0. Sec. 2 bedrooms lor r.nlln house lor quiet n/s
mail. MC VISA, or checks only.
UF ft SFCC. .
to $237.50/mo 1/2 utll. Call Wanted .
+ t3.Help
bike UF fenced .
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. students to yard no a/c, 336-8605. 10-31-5-5 : :
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 12-14- 3371.$150 rent 1031.22$150 deposit 1/3 utll. 378- 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:

76-2 F/NS for Spring In 2bd/2b apUnlcely furnished 1$ :.... Personals: .::. ;.: .: :: Payment by VISA or Mastercard
lull entertainment cntr./overlooks/ ONLY. Five dollar minimum.
BRANDYWINE 2 bed/2 bath. Available
Oak Glade UF & VA
Apts near quiet
pond/cent ac/ht $209.50/336-4304 leave 16. Connections M'F8.30.4pen.
washer/dryer available In most units lor now. $475 per month. Phone 373-5569
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B 1 & 2 Bath for details. 11-6-5-2 message. 10.31.4-5 17'': Notices

250375. ft Imr. 372-6422. 12-14- I D How to correct
sec
76-2 Apt avail. now: 2bd d/w, porch $375-80; Need R'mate for great 2br 1 1/2/ ba 1000 t 18 Rides ::

avail Dec 2bd porch, w/d d/w/ $385; sq It T-house with w/d close to UF for :;: cancel ad:
: your
$187.50mo + 1/2 util. Mike or Kevin 19 Pets .. : ,
INCREDIBLE 1 bd, $275; all w/ cent h/a.lan.; 373-0701 :. :: :' .:':.:' :.
378-6749.
10.31.4.5
Efficiency Apt. 20 ::Lost' 4 Found >, Cancellations:
Starting at $185 Duplex apt., 1 BR, LR, Kit, bath, AC/heat, ..:.. .. .
Starting at $235 / 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST 3 blocks Irom UF, 1 blk oil Univ. Ave. Female non-smoker to share 2br 2ba apt : Call 373 FIND Mon. Fri 8. 4 pm.
$225.00 mo. plus security. Also 2 BR, A- w same. $245 + 1/2 utll. must like catsl No relunda can be given.

110 NW 39th Ave Frame $250.00 plus security. Call 338- 3353764. 11-28-20-5
378-3988 1839. ,.,...10.2 I a When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
Female to share house In quiet neighbor. Check your ad the FIRST day it runs

375-3861 Own room, wash/dry, ac/heat. Pets ok. Call 373.FIND with any corrections before
12-14-76-2 MOBILE HOMES: Very secure house call Kathy 3777609eve. noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
Classifieds will begin TWO
$155 p/m. 11-5-6-5
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
"Check Our New Specials"All
3 FOR RENTSALEArredondo
Amenities Available Laid-back DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Cor-
but studious
roommate to
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Farms- r.nlal'rom' $260 Incl. share 2 bdr house, female preferred.$148mo Ads mailed in or placed at the rected ads will be extended one day.
Roommates Available 1/2 util. a Union Shands take No refunds or credits can be given after
water sewer, garbage pick-up, lawn + Dep last month'lrenl or may
We're No.1REGENCY req. Close to behind Nor. placing the ad. Changes called in after
main. Also some great buys. Quiatl Will campus THREE days to Ads
OAKS Pets appear. the first day will not be compensated.
take long term travel trailers. 378-9291 man. allowed. Leave message. 375-
378-5766 run for length of time
5451. 11-2-5-5 may any
Open weekends too. 12-14-47-3
3230 SW Archer Road and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:

COUNTRY GARDENS Tired ol your roommate? For said 66 foot NOV 1st fm rmt 230+1/2&depo.lt cozy Sorry but there be Corrections must be made in person at
373-4500 Nova 3 bdr/2 ba spotless. Quiet, safe house, washer/dryer, no weirdos, please can no refunds The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON.
2001 SW 16th Street area. Call collect 8137347016. 11-2- call Leslie 375-2372. 11-2-5-5 for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee.

12-14-76-2 10.3
Roommate wanted N/S to share 4 bed

SPACIOUSONE Duplex apt. ibr, Ir kit, bath ac/haat, 3 room 3 bath house with pool ft hot tub
BEDROOM APT. blocks lor UF. 1 bk off Univ. Ave. wash/dry 275.00 Includes all 373-3247.

ONLY $273/MO. $225.00 mo. plus security, also 2 br, 11-2-5-5 FOR SALE FOR SALE
LYONS APT a.frame $250.00 plus security. Call 338-
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 1839. 11-14-10-2 Roommate $180 month, Inclu. utilities. Crlmeatoppar Car Alarms, K-40 Radar
12-14-76-2 Tower Road. Call 3320788. Discount Detectors *PRODIGY.InmclixtaunilScnia
Infinity, Santul, Sony,
SUBLEASE: housekeeping. 11-2-4-5 Orion, Bazooka, Horn or Car Stereo.
1 bedroom apartment furnished or unfurnished Wa Beat All Prices 373-3754. 12-14-76-
rent negotiable. WILLIAMS.' SPYGLASS M/F for own bd/ba/ In 3 bed Available at ELITE today. Call 3351300.
BURG VILLAGE 37e- 253. 12-5-30-2 4 HOUSE/APT. room apt. W/D plus all amenities. ADVANCED Car SI.r.o'Plua Offering:

$257/mo+l/3util. $100 dep. Call Robert Harman Kardon, Autotak JBL Toshiba, "-0.108MICROICENTER
PETS OKIIIIIIIIII Lg. ibr.'lba heat/ac, washer/dryer/ dish 335-3196. 11-5-5-5 Crunch, Haller MEI VSE alarm Lanzar
washer. Last & security paid. SAFE 125 NW 23 Ave 3714378. 12-14-766 3761146Editor's
., Great NW 1 bdr. duplex apt w// yard Computers
GUARDED PLACE 392.4792/472.2928 Female' wated share
to 2bd. house. 2
choice Hewlett Packard. *
Economical gas heat, paddle Ian.
after 00pm.: 10-31-5-4 dogs In fenced yard. 5 mln to UF..
lie/ $250/mo. 3735018.. 10.31.8.2 DISCOUNT HI-FI Northgate M/C Prices lower than
$179/mo + 1/2 ulll. 3750825. 11-2-4-5
mailorder. Systems below Include 1mb .
Sublease: M/F 2 .rooms avail In 3bd2bthapt 722 S. Main The Red
Nina month lease for this SW 2BR apt. Bldg. 40mb ((28ms) Harddlsk, graphics monitor.
air In Country Village Avail 191. Needed ASAP: Female n/s to rent own WE ARE MC MC
near shopping. Cant new paint. CHEAPERCAR 28612$948., 386SX- $1086.
$l80/l86mtjvCall Lynn 336-4354 or room In 4br 2ba furnished .
apt $100 deposit
$285 Kay Management. 3723060. 10- Northgata 36620$2499.. Leading Edge
376-9476. ft .
Stel 10315.4 only $135/mo. Alarm Included
31.5.2 call Nikki 0 335-6148. system ALARMS Installed remote control 386SX laptop w/40/ MB hd a battery-
11-2-3-5
Sublet 1 bedroom apt. through July 91. any car truck or van fully guaranteed will Si 995. a 2 year warranties Onsite war
Attractive 2bdr/lba 2nd-lloor apt In a demo. Call 338-9193 Student Iv. ranties. Panasonic 1180 printer$185..
Next to pool. PETS ALLOWED. Close to Male roommatea. 3 blocks to UFo $120 mai.taga.
quad $275. 3002 NW 6th St. call 373. .' 12-14-37-6 HP Laser Jet lip- $987. 3743.W. University -
10-31-5-2 UF A shopping 750 square laet. Archer double, $175-$200 single. Includes utili
7132. Ave
Woods. Call 3722424. 11-9-11-4 ties) Share kitchen and baths. W/D. 12-14-52-6

Foxmoor',TH 2BR1.5 BA. Dishwasher, Colonial Manor-lurnlshed apt one bad- 378-8122,376-6652. 11-15-12-5 one

., hook-ups, near 34 St. shopping UF. Pool room. Nov-Aug 91, $285.00mo. Close to ROOMMATE NEEDED. Walk to I THEATRES There Is A Different ? ", I

complex.. $450 Key .Management 372s UF. $200 sec. dep. Call 3727111. 115. UF 2br/1ba. $175 College _
3060. 10315.2 5.4 Park 371-7777 OAKS MALL 10 DAILY TIM UTa SHOW

10.31.23.5 OAKS MAll 6309 NtWBIRRY ROAD $3.QQ Iea btw a Ovn
Southfork Oaks: 2BR 1 1/2BA, dishwasher Furnished ona-tadrm apt one blk from UF OAKS
hook-ups, pool, verticals." Near In the beautiful SW. $305/mo. October \ OAKS lAST 4 WEST

urr, VA, and Shands. $450 Key Manage Iree. Call Tim 372-7111 t or drop by Colonial 6 FOR SALE [331-8818 INSKX OAKS MU 331-8118 MUACENT: TO MALI |

ment.. 372-3060 10.31.5.2 Manor olc. 9 to 5. 10-31-1-4 1151.5 G IN OAKS Pt A7A
((0.00 TLS:$3.00).5:48GRAVEYARD:
) :
TYPESETTER- '
fl'
Varltyper 5410. 2 Disk
2 bedroom apt., prime location, 1 block Sublet 1 bedroom furnished or unfurnished .
drives, 2 Him cassettes, 2 Him cannisters. $7.001.0QINGLIT : FANTASIA (C)
((0:10: TL$ 9
from Must In Windmeadows. Available
campus. rent Immediately apt Factory reconditioned unused In past 2yrs. DOWN uNDOI ((1::45, S.OO: TLS 9 $3.00)), 7:40: 10:00:
$440/mo Call 377-6058. 11-2-6-2 1/91. $100 off 1st month's rent. Call (PC-U)
.
.
Perfect lor small typesetting jobs.Good 8:00: AVALON (PC;)
,
,,
336-7997. ,4.,0.4 machine for small type shop. System NIGHT Or THE UVTNC DUD ((11)) ((1.30,4.45: : TLS 0 IUD), 7.30.10.10: :
FREE RENTII One bedrrom, central air Includes 3 rolls 6 In. RC Him a 6 font |(1:41TL5003.001SioNRY: ) MILLETS CROSSING (R)
or) quiet eul-de-sac. One month Iree. disks. $3,500 OBO. Call The Alligator at AND IIM1:
5:15 TLS
Tl$ n7) ((2:00: : 0 13.00)), 7.50.10.20: :
((4:40:
West. Call 3717777. 10.31.4-2 373-9926 for Into.Alpine .
Villager! .5 RO'OMMATESBRANDYWINE. more WHITE PALACE (I)

I : mo L : :10: ((2.15,5.30: : TLS 9 $3.00)), S:00,10:30r
ALOHA GARDEN APTS Kenwood, Sony' and 30 more ,
lovely 1.2.3 br, all amenities, near, N/S Fem, needed to brands are all at our New Location) Car (:RffiGffll: :
Shands, VA, Shopping 3009 SW Archer share room, $160/mon. + 1/3 utll!, Stereo Specialists 3218 NW 13 St. 372- I
RD. 377-0555. 11-16-15-2 fully/nicely (urn. many xtras-call nowl) 2070. 12-14-76-6 Me nd.v Thll_ fhu "
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FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALEOne 8 MOTORCYCLESMOPED AUTOS ,.


SAFARI AUDIO...lor all ol your car stereo 4-month-old GT Timberline mountain REPAIR 83 Renault am/lm, ac, 85k mile, very
2400 BD MODEM $98 needs. Come see the experts at Safari bike, great condition $280. Call 377- Precision Small Engine. Pickup & Delivery reliable, run great, asking $500. Come
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WORD PERFECT $135 Audio. 4110 SW 34th Sin, 3361128. 0209. 11-1-5-6 available. 4238 SW 35 Terrace, and see it. Call after 5pm. 374-8206. 11,.
11-9-96 across Irom Alley Katz 3383825. 10-31- 5.5.9
CALL ELITE 335-1300. 10 AUBURN/FLORIDA tickets together! 37.8
11-6-44-6 Car Stereo: Precision Power 50x4 Call 904-654-4141 and ask lor Tim. 11,. 89 HONDA Civic hatch SI, a/c, power
Amp.(2)( ) Fosgaie Pro 15 Subs ((2)) Orion 2-5-6 Red Honda Spree lor sale, runs good lunroof, tint new tires, pioneer stereo
High Current amp ((2)) 12 Sub ((2)) $350 call Brad 334.8878. 11-5-5-8 30+mpg. Make a reasonable offer 335-
RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants Kicker 12" Subs 338.1128. 11-3-5-6 Mountain bike 17" Panasonic w/ Shimanomtn 1142. 10312.9
lor your dorm or apartment. W.
Ix hyperglide extras ridden
hardly
deliver! Ray' Rug 535 SW 4th Ave 377. BATMAN-Just time lor halloween. mint $300 373.0878 also Concord car stereo 9 AUTOSORANGE SUZUKI SAMURAI: '87 In perfect condition
5265. block E. ol campu 11-14-20-6 Have cape and cowell; paid $110. Taking $175. 11-2-3-6 new top & battery must sell! For
offers, call 3351190. 10-31-2-6 AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCELOW $3700. Call 375-0394 11-5-5-9
Light up Clipboard take and read note RATES low payments last drive-
Black trek racing bike I 19 frame, Nishiki
In dark it hold letter or Legal size paper BSW stereo speaker, bookshelf size, 2- racing bike 21* blue/wht. Both have thru service, se habla Espanol 377-2277 1977 TOYOTA CELICA GT 5 speed stereo
and ue two AA BAtterie $23 PPD. way, excel cond, $185/pr. Sear Shimano components, kept Indoors excellent 377CARS. WE CARE ,.,,8.10.9 cold a/c, new brakes, excellent con.
Write to Sylbert Jones International rower/multi-gym, barely used $50. Call cond, $175 each lor more Info dition. $1200. 3739143. 11-5-4-9
Trade 115 W 162 Street Bronx, NY 378-4137 11-1-36 3787853. 11-2-3-6 Brand new 90' Eagle Talon, fully loaded,
10452. 117126CUSTOM tinted windows car phone. 7000 ml. VW SUPER BEETLE. Outstanding con.
YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING STUCK without STICKS Harvest Music Take over payment. Call Dan 843-9410 dition. 10,000 mis, completely rebuilt.
COMPUTERS 288.12 w/1 meg The ring thst'e' east from "deep-dimen always has 2 lor I Sticks and Strings Ive msg. 11.1.5.9 White Int./ext./ Call George at 1-800-
ran 43 meg hard drive, graphic monitor sion" dies 'for the bed quality of detail. 377-4249 U.F. Plaza. 11-1-2-6' 2263025. 11-16-10-9
900. Other systems available. 332. Jostens' There le a dlllerence; look Pontiac 1000 1 1984 excellent condition
8333. 11-19-15-6 for III University Book & Supply. new clutch, tires starter 84k miles a/c Buick Skyhawk-1984' blue Interiorexterior -
10-31-1-6 am/lm asking only $1600 or best offer call 4 dr., am/lm/ cass, reliable and well
ODEL 20 GAL FISH TANK I month old 7 REAL ESTATEHome 334-5290. 10-31-6-9 cared for, just tuned up. $2800. 332- -
with hood and light. $70 obo call Steve Connelly HP tournament slalom ski w/ 6492. 1 11-6-5-9
3355906. 10.3 I.5.8 double Hi-wrap boots-cover incl. Worth for sale? Land lor tale? Buyers' 77 Honda Civic 5-speed, runs great,
350 selling lor 250. Also wet suit & Market? Don't let an opportunity to sell looks good reliable transportation $900 Mitsubishi Mirage. 1990. 16k miles, air
Mutt Mill) One-way ticket from Gainesville scuba BC 3349533. 11-6-5-6' your property pas you by! Alligator Classifieds obo call Bill 376-5860 or see at 3021 NE conditioning, power steering am/lm
to Denver on Dee. 23, 1990. $160. offers you the cheapest way to 21 Way Gainesville. 1 11-1-6-9, cats 3345737. 1185.9
Jimmy 374-9250 alter 2:30pm: or beeper WATERBED Queen-size, everything In- keep your real estate In the public eye.
374.1283 Iv message. 10-31-5-6 eluded-sheets, heater etc $80. Call Where else can you keep your property in 1 1981 Dodge Omni 4-tpeed, rebuilt carb & 1982 Chevette-4-peed 89k miles,
Brian 375-1671 leave message. 11-2-3-6 the market for as little as lour dollar a trans, very dependable, good mpg, runs am/fm cass $650 obo. 3345179. 11-2-
WATER PURIFIER Brand Paid $175 Asking $975. Call John 3779050Iv 39
new day? To make It even easier, you can great.
MUST SELL CHEAP $125 or best Ofter. Plane ticket from Orlando to Boston on place your ad over the phone; all you mes*. 10-31-5-9
377-6724. 1 ,.,.5.8 Nov. 7, 1 way. 90 obo. Call Erika at need it a valid Visa or MasterCard. Call
376-3314 on Fri- 238.0872. 11-5-4-6, 373.FIND today to place your ad. Grad must sell: 1979 wh. Olds Delta 88, 10 WANTEDLocal
COMPUTERMacintosh SE-20 mb HD. I run good cold air, new brakes. Needs
mb RAM 1.4 mb super drive, carrying Tickets: Jax to Providence and return. Take over payments no equity required. minor body help. $800 obo call Dave
case, software. 1 year old. $2,000 454- Nov. 2125. Best offer. 3765869. I 11-6- Condo 2bd/2ba. Let it pay lor college. 3354135. 1 11-1-5-9, Artist needs: GOLD Gems Class
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine
4932 11-1-5-6 JJ
Oaks Mall
area, loft-style study area,
74 Dat Needs Jewelry' 3739243. 121478.10
wagon. tuneup possible
DOUBLE BED MATTRESS, only $35111 Furniture: dresser double bed desk wash/dry, porch. Call 4078629522. 11-' headwork. New brake, alternator battery
obo. Call 3753107. 10-31-2-6 chair book shelf and other 376-5869. 2-4-7 & cables. $700 obo. 375.1477 Ive NEED 4 AUBURN TICKETSWill

message. 10-31-4-9 pay top US. Call 904292.1948
I leave message. 11.2.8.10
THE MOBILE" GOLDFISH .by Brett Schroeder. Convertible Super Beetle 1972 Must..,
completely restored $6000 or best offer Wanted Florida-Georgia tickets. Please
tr.+ + ., tC 371.4131 or see at 1132 S. Main. 11-8-' call 800-829-9752 before 5pm and 904-
IFI 642.9246 after 5pm. 10315.10
ONE.THING'S. I SEE AM07HER Ford Mustang 1974. New timing chain
6EEZEVERYWHERE BART AFTER brakes. Extra tarter, alternator. Runs MTN BIKE FRAME
I LCOKTHCRE'S FOR TONIGHT, I'M' HEY, DON'T $300. Call 378-2067 ask lor Rick. 10- Aluminum w// possible quality components -
HAVE AlrJ 31-4-9 16-18 inches Call 334.7531. 11-
BAKT SIMPSCN TORE.., GONMAIOSEPete 2.5.10
LCASr MAN IN!
Nissan 300ZX 1986 5-1 peed, am/lm/tape.
Yo/ CAN air, T top, excellent condition $8500 or 4 AUBURN TIX wanted for alumni. Call
1 1pN.o SEE! Q1N4 qpy best offer. Call 3328473. 11-19-10-9 305-739-8085 leave message. GO GA-

1 1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door 10.31.4.10Classifieds.
locks, .seals windows, a/c auto writ
ext/blue Int. am/lm tape Exc cond-must
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,50. coupon will notify you when the study guides for your course will become ..

available. For A Plus Information, watch for this ad or call.
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Tuesday 10/30./ ANT 2301, CHM 2046, RTV 3000, & APB 2150 ((7th hour) expire
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1 Thursday 11/1/ ADV 3000 ((2nd hour), ECO 3101, ISM 3011, PET 3350, & PUR 3000 ((7th hour) I II

Friday 11/2./ CCJ 2202 & MAR 3023
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WANTEDI 11 SERVICESNW SERVICES TYPING TYPING SERVICESTerm


I need 1 or 2 Auburn tickets Call CG Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave Horse Boarding 45 acre (farm friendly professional 12 SERVICES Papers Typeset Resumes
near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from care in peaceful surroundings Busyness Legal Personal Etc. i
372-7187. "11-1-4-10' '
$20. 10% disc to students 332.8917. Dally turnout grooming and TLC 462- Typing reports business A legal Aresumes G'ville Handicapped Typing
Wanted FI/Auburn and FI/Georgia/ tickets 12-14-76-11" 5127. 1124011SCHOLARSHIPSGRANTS A cassettes transcribed A applications YOU WRITE IT, WE TYPE IT 378.7179 :

Will top $$. Call Nell or Alan at 335- A letters A notary .etc.Available 1,
pay for theses, IIC. Mac
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 12-14-76- T.L.C. your papers
hours/7
FOR COLLEGE 24 days/372-2777.
6410. Ive if not home. '10-31-3-10'
msg :Set conlld.nli.ll.lllng and treatment at Are available! Millions go unclaimed 12 2 & laser, graphics, spell check edit
373.9619, leave message. 1 SO per dbl ,
TIX.Need 6 Georgia tin, $40/each. Call PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. yearly. 1-800-334-3881 .,
Jell 4078944666. No collect calls 11- 12-14-76-11" 11-19-50-11, MICRO CENTERTyping 376-0339 Full IP pg. "11-5-15-12
1.3.10WANTED' ft self service computing. Open until
** GATOR MOVING ** Personal Protection tear gas, pocket 10pm school nights. Typing starts @ Typing & Typesetting Theses,
sized $13.95. Great gilt LCM 2841 A 1 SO/pg Resumes $6 A Sell service Diss & Manuscripts ONLY
Auburn tickets will trade
: Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1- Experienced see Grad Sch list
Forest Hill Blvd. W. Palm Beach Fl. resumes A $2.50/hr A .15/page., Laser
for 2 Georgia tickets. 375-1269. Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dls 33406. 10-31-26-11, typeset graphics A spell check theses K.B. Williams --- 332-1402 12-14-
111310Will Llc/lns. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 12-14-76- A papers A special characters A employment 40.12
databases mailmerge training.
the girl who's supposed to sell me 6 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 12-14- PROFFESSIONAL WORDPROCESSING
Auburn fix please call. I've lost your num boarding A woodser facilities 52-12 3 degrees. Wordperfect 5,1, new HP
ber. OR I'm looking to buy 8 Auburn tlx hay rides parties A sales A working Laserjet III. Reasonable rates from
Call me last I'll beat your best price) Call students accepted. 466-3224, 375.8080. 1233 NW 10th Ave Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable $1'.501/ page. 3737618. 10-31-10-12,
335-6686 ".,.3.0 12-14-76-11' 3721664MCNISAInsurance service Reasonable rates.

/ Laser 377-6175 til 9.00pm.. 12-
*.........HELP.*......* Free Pregnancy Test 14-76-12 printer French Addiction
*SUNBELT MOVING*
NEED FLGAtickets. Will pay $$ for 4 Member Boutique
tix. Call 9045651537.' Ive mess. "11-9- Professional Moving/Packing 4 Supplies National Abortion Federation Lingerie
9.8.10 1Item -House lull. Local/Lng dist 12.14.53.11STUDY ...RESUMES*** #60 Presents
Llc/lns Priced lor Students! Marty 375. Complete writing & development services Halloween's:
MOVE. 12-14-76-11 material Florida Teacher Certification Resume House 371-8148' 12-14-'
Wanted 2 FLA/GA/ Tickets Will pay $.
Call Buddy at 377-6334 Please 10-31- Exam AFTCEA Only $26.95 Send 76-12 Kinky Kloset
3-10 AAA STORAGE check/money/ order to: Teachers Support
Close to UF, Convenient Services Box 2585 Apopka FL 32704 ph Typmg/Wordprocessmg/ WordPerfect Satin Corsets
AUBURN TIX NEEDED WILL PAY 4x4x4 $15/mo/ 407889.8489.220.-'I 5.1, quality work last results low rates Lace Leggings :
CASHIII 4x8x8 $30/mo/ dependable, personal service Tara 332-

call 377-3441 any tlmel (price negoti- 533 SW 2nd Ave 377-1771 **** LET'S PARTY ** 1469. 12-14-76-12 Fish Nets
blel) 11.2.3.10NEED' Gator Boogi. 371-4919' Professional DJ Gloves
TypmgALaser Typesetting*
FREE* service all musical formats
Pregnancy TestGainesville I 12144211 resumes reports 'letters C etc. Huge Bras and orell!!
376-5465* 3500 W. Univ. Ave.
4 AUBURN TIX Wom.n'lHEALTH
CENTER Alachua Word Processing 12-14-76-12 819 W. Univ. Ave. 373-6628
NAILS BY VONDELL
Call 392.5450 or 3772767. 11-2-310
720 NW 23rd Avenue 3131 NW 13 SI. 377.1763
377.5055 Full..II'18 Fills $13 Hot oil
DESPERATELY SEEKING 2 FLORIDA- ABORTION (To 24 Wks) Manicures P.dicureILlmit.d Time Only.
GEORGIA TICKETS. Will pay $$$. Call BIRTH CONTROL 11-19-20-11' ,
377.5178 or leave message. 11-65-10 Gynecology Services DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited

YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING
COLLEGE MONEY. Private scholarships by Trude Michel Jaffe
From the that offer FREE
NEED 25 FLA GA COUPONS call Dan company
374-8161 prefer calls w/ 6 or more coupons College Scholarship Locators pob fraternity clone crest. Jostens! ACROSS 71 He In Aquila 29 Bazzinl's eerie 47 Brave lass
will pay $. 11-5-4-10 1881 Joplin MO 64802-1881.' 800.879- There I II a difference; look for III! The
7485. 12-14-75-11 Acropolis 10-31-1-11' 1 Busy spot "The Round 51 See 13 Across
5 Ike DOWN of -" 52 Eagle's perch
10 Comedian 1 Elevs. 31 Halloween party 53 Kind of

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16 Jima phenomenon 37 Campus figure 57 Taj Mahal locale

A MIND IF* I TAKE / 17 Eerie door 5 King ofJudah 39 Fort -, Calif. 59 Fr. holy women
'MI5T FORTUITOUSCOINCIPENCB A GANDER N THS26? 6V8N POGO'SGAUtAGt AMAZIN', opener? 41 City on the 60 Sch. groups
YOU DAY HALLOWEEN / 19 AINT 117 19 Anderson's 6 Afflicted by Vistula 61 Dusks to
A TAD FOR CANDY.L MV CAMPAIGN WILL. OKAY SQUEAKY CLEAN! "High -" fatigue 44 "They serve Donne
fRIr.K9-OR tRlAt7 HAPPENS TO VI 0 1 DON'T Get 20 Activity for thelightlingered 7 Sign who..." 64 "- Town":
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23 Muslim saint poem
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TYPING SERVICESTYPing HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDTravel HELP WANTED PERSONALSPREGNANT .


& Wordproc.lllngL.gal.. theses CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The Sales Representative Wanted Art art ed, graphics. etc-part-t me art lettering ? Don't guess Get immediate
term papers. etc Professional quality Independent Florida Alligator Must own outgoing, aggressive .motivated Individuals job close to UF 10.15 hrs per test results Irom a reliable source
& reliable service Call Nancy reliable van or p ck.up truck and be available I. or groups to market Winter and week. $4 per hr to start R.ply.Box 286 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881'
3722750. 1121012' from 5 a.m. until g a.m. Monday Spring Break trips on campus. For more Gvllle 32602. 11.2-5.13 12.14-76.15
through Friday Must have excellent driving Information call Student Travel Services
WORD PROCESSING 24 hr service record and valid Florida driver II. all 18006484849. 10-31.10-13 Sales help needed sell-mot vated. blcy NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
$1.50 dbl sp pg $2 tame day. Word cense. Pay per route plus mileage cle knowledgeable. capable ol promotion Get special student discounts on exams
Pelecl 5.0 spell checK edit Call 378- Apply at the Alligator offices. 1105 West to management sports enthusiast help and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT.
2067 Rick 1 11,.1.5-12 University Avenue Ask for the route NEED 20 BUCKS ful. Laurie 376.6729. 1125.13 HOOD. 3770881. 12.14-76.15
driver application. No calls please Affirmative TODAY?
QUICKSILVER WP Action/Equal Opportunity Employer Temporary help, needed: Answer phones Permanent Hair Removal
373.3191' Fast accurate & guaranteed! all An that easy.required relaxing way Is a plasma to pick up donation.cash. and fill In at busy Physicians, Office Call Kate at Omega Electrons. Inc for
PERMANENT removal of
11.2.5.12TYPING Some medical terminology helpful Call Info about the
Earn to $120 this month. New donors
up Ann or Jo at 373.6114. 1031213 unwanted facial & body hair 374.4307
Jobs In USA and All
overseas occupatlont only; with this coupon only. Come In .
12 14 76 15
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NEAR BUTLER PLAZA FAST Don't t limit yourself to those few today! Alpha Plasma Center .
Women with bodies for female
Sexy good a
ACCURATE. CALL companies that recruit on campus Jump 9 SW 1st street Q'ville 378.9204. STUDENTS GET CASH
$
NO Great
revue Nudity. Pay.
3764854. start your job hunt. Contact College recruiters 10-31-8-13
Kellle Robin For Used Clothing. Call Sandy's
376-3417. : contact meI I Quality
11.29.20.12$1page today. Write to C.A.S., 852 W.
lost your *. 11.6.5.13Part 372.1226. 211 W. Univ Ave:next to Central
Palm Av. Placenpla Ca. 82870 1121. Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to par. 12147615
accurate. last & reliable. Graduate 50.13 tic pate In new drug study for the treatment Clly.
time experienced In yard ma ntan
school approved 12 years expert of athlete's foot. Call 3315379.
ence Mary 372.0708. 1031212Fast Paying $75 to qualified volunteers to participate 12-14-35.13 ence, painting and cleaning Neat SAVE ON RAYBANS
In new drug study for the treat prompt, with own transportat Mr. University Opticians
done Journalism ment of jock Itch of call Brown at 372-0038. 11-2-3.13 300 SW 4th Ave 378.4480
reliable tYPing by (fungus groin), WANTED child care and light housekeepIng
grad. Crammer & spelling checked and 3315379. 1212.63.13NANNIES for 3 boys ages 6. 3, & 3 mos. Must 12.1476.15FAMILY
WANTED IMMEDIATELY! Phone order
laser printed @ $'SO per page Phone be available from 30pm: 7:30pm: weekdays '
taker $300 daily. Call 1-574-0750. CHIROPRACTIC*
... *
373.5569. 11.6.5.12 NEEDED Top Pay Top and some weekends from 10 am &
Famlllee, NY and Vicinity, Au Pairs 7 pm $5/hr to start Call 375.6858 between 11-7-8-13 Serving UF since 1977
HELP WANTEDAVON Only Inc. 1.BOO.468-6699. 11.7-30-13 7 and 8 pm only. 112613 Most insurance accepted
13 INTELLIGENCE JOBS. 2 blocks from UF 1107 SW 2 Ave

INTELLIGENCE JOBS. FED, CIA, US Attn U of F students for Info In sitting for Dr. Steven Schargel
3758967 Customs. DEA etc Now Hiring. ListIngs the Dec:90 FL dental board exam at U ofF CIA, US Customs, DEA, 373-7070
Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. ((1)) 805 6876000 Ext. K-9486. Dental School, call 336.6753 Iv. message 12.14-76.15
B.n.fltalnluranc.. 12-14-78.13 10.31.21.13 11-19.15.13 etc.
Now Hiring. Call ((1)) 805 687-6000 Ext. ***GET AGRIP***

nKA HKA nKA; nKA 'nKA nKA nKA nKA nKA tlKA nKA HKA HKA RKA PKA HKA HKA HKA K948S Call ACTS 376-7105
12-321.13 The SpiritfilledCampus
Ministry

Resort Hotels. Cru selmes. Amusement 12.14-76-15
Parks and Summer Camps. Now accepting
Pike Fireman's Week 1990
applications for Spring Summer and SKYDIVE
C Career positions in the U.S.. Mexico and Skydive with The Williston Skydivers
the Carnbean To receive an applicationand 3367970 12147315
information please write: National

C Collegiate Recreation Services; PO Box SKI SNOWSHOE!
8074; Hilton Head Island SC 29938. 10
31.1.13 1 $169' ./person! 3 nights lodging. 3 day I lilt
I ticket, skis. 1 hour lesson, Apres ski
fraternity Beat Camputl' Looking party! Breakaway Tours 377-6369.
for fraternity, sorority or student organization Space is hmtedi' 11-9.23-15
that would like to earn

$500-$1,000 for a one week on-campus MARDI GRASLimited
: marketing project Must be organized
and hardworking. Call Lisa G. at space lelll) Packages from $159.
((800)592) 12 1. 10-31-1-13BUSINESS Don't t mill this party weekend. Break
SOECongratulations away 377-6369. 11-9-23.15

c ALLEY KATZ is a bowling center We r
3rd AAH have it alii I Pool video games. and beer
Open until lam Mon.-Thurs. 12-13-43-
14 PERSONALS 15
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COMPUTERS terminals & pcs. buy Beer bowling billiards at Alley Katz
sell. trade, rent & repair Great prices Open until lam Mon..Thurs. DO SOME
OUALITY, CDCS 818 W Unlv. 338.0378. THING DIFFERENTI! 11.14-24-15

12-14-78-14
You're the star of the party at Center
c Job hunting burnout soon! Make more Stage Costumes, masks, make-up &

C Special thanks to the ladies of Delta Gamma for their support most money exciting now before career you opportunity graduate In over The morel Plaza. 3704 10.31.14.15Halloween 'Newberry Road Royal Park

5 yrs Call Roger for more Info 1 800
Costumes, masks. make-up,
7719094. 112914
nKA HKA HKA HKA F1KA flKA HKA flKA nKA HKA HKA HKA flKA riKA HKA HKA HKA nKAYOMIGH accessories. everything you need! 10th
Annual of Horror. Center court.
Gallery
Make money while you stud/Ill
Do you have asthma? Do you use your Oaks Mall Dally 10am til 9:30: pm. '10
Inhaler dally? Would you like to earn up 31-14-15

to $500? If SO. call 392-9086. 1128.14
F.malep.n pals wanted: adventurous

T.J. Morrissey'sVideo "A No.Nonsense way to $500 A single. phys cal!-I tness conscious. romantic -
TONiGHTH! Day!*...send (SASE.Anthony) Fitzger AntoniO Torrealba, box 2210
aid P.O. Box 12984 Gville. Fl 32603 10 Maracay, Venezuela
Dance Club TONiGHTU! 31-5-14 11.2.3.15

112 S.W. 1st Avenue (Downtown Gainesville) XT compatibles complete ** *MUKAI PRINTS**

Call the Club at 372-1760 *r T.J. 371-433 with 20mb harddrlver, 640 K $595 (playboy advisor)
also 286.386,486 computers VictOria P. $700
Business Software SystemsCall Lisa XVII, framed $1050'
Jay 373-4009. reduced Must sell. 336.9306.

11.1-4.14 1-8-0.15

A Plus Notes-We will no longer be distributing B 4 U buy shoes. rackets sportswear
We will strings. accessories. check us out EZ
coupons on campus continue
H C111OW6 to provide you with detailed study Tennis-G'ville'a pr cebuster/tennis authorty .
b guides for your classes. available 6 days 11.2.7.15Attractive

prior to your exam Any questions, Into
Student 28.
Male Graduate
.
please call 371-6954 1.9.9-14
the outdoors and the arts not into the bar
TAI CHI CHUAN scene Seeks female friendship for dining .
Yang Style Short Form. For Class information dancing fun reply to: PO BOX 90184
call Bill at: 377-9692. 115514 Gainesville, 32607 '1031515Led
Ism

YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING Zeppelin Box Set .
From the company that offers the Tri- SALE $52.98 37-SPIKESPIKES
Oold beauty of Black Hills gold. Records. 11.5815
Joetenel There le a difference; look
for III! Florida Bookstore 10-31-1.14 SANDY one day apart is too much & six,
weeks has driven me crazy! I Ilov. and
MYM see you soon! JAY

15 PERSONALS
THE INCOMPARABLE MESSIAH i

3 DRINKS FOR 1 from 9 til 12 | Vuarn"Carr.ra/Rly-Ban/Gator.prices.reg or rx sunglasses/ The Optical Great Dial For an 378-3359.inspirational-2-3-15 message

Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave 1 Chang you've made these past few

1 Bud Longnecks AU Night! block from Ala Gen 12.14-76.15 weeks special I hope we'II continue to
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friends' Love Prima, 10.31.1.15

J1 off cover with Costume + FREE Slimeball Shooter w// Pass Sunflower Blrkenstock Health Sandals Foods Classifieds. .

87 SW 34th St. 372-7482
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14.ALLIGATOR. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31, 1m
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PERSONALS 16 CONNECTIONSGAY 17 NOTICESWHEN 20LOST & FOUNDLOST LOST b FOUNDLOST

emissions
? BI? QUESTIONING? WAS THE LAST TIME YOU : Reward! Mob pearl stud earring Set ol keys w/ tpprox. 6 keys on
H GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24 hrs WENT BOWLING? It't fun It's different. w/gold trim tatting on Homecoming Friday plain ring with a dog leash type hasp.
O'Connell Center II /Info/Referral/Consultation/ 12.I 4.78.15 Alley Katz open until lam Mon.-Thurs. night. Sentimental value. Call 904- Lost on 10/24 around noon In vicinity of
ESS Events ,11-1-16-17 733-9423 collect. 10-31-5-20 I basic science bldg., Newell Rd., MuseumDr.
Upcoming PfM.vASixties EYE-EXAMS contact lenses, eye dn-" Call 378.8661, 10-31-4-20 I
ate treatment. 28 years exp. Dr, J. LOST: Female eat declawed yellow wtiger /
Musical Review Beckum optometrist. 917 W Unlv Ave. stripes on legs,white tummy &white
Lewis and the U.S. 18 RIDES FOUND: Dog-male, black white &
(Gary Playboys Gary 3781288. 10-31-20-18 tip on tail. Call 813-369-5098 alter' 1'.' tan,
Bonds, The Box Tops The Tokens and call 3092632928. 11-7-10-20 I mixed breed, about 8-10 months old.
The ChrystalsNovember) 2 at 8.00pm DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT! Beer, $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp. $30 one way. Wearing collar, no tags found weekendof
Dennis Miller LiveNovember bowling, billiards at Alley Katz. Open until 6 yrs of weekly Frl/Sun./ bus trips. Pets LOST: platinum hand chain. A gilt /from 10.27 In Arredondo Estates. Call 377-
4 at 8.00 ok, GMG trans 336- 2600 evenings to ID. -2-5-20
pm ism Mon.-Thurs. ,11-14-24-18 pkg. transported. my Mom, very special m.. REWARDII
.M.C. Hammer In Concert- 7026/305-266-3788./ 1153018If CALL 3713698. 11.1.5.20
November 6 at 7.30: pm THE WHITE CLOUD 423 NW 10th Ave, LOST YOUR LOG? Don't ask a dwarf
Louin. Mandrel! Christmas Show 372-8724. Old esoteric books, astrology your Rickshaw Is getting I little creaky, LOST: gold rope bracelet on 10/19 possibly find It In the Alligator Classified)
with special guest (reline Mandrell readings, crystals, minerals & more. 11-' find a ride here In the Rides section! during Galor Growl. Very special!
December 5 at 8.00 pm 9-14-18 BIG reward. Call 3347562. ,,_-,.5.20 -
Call 392.1653 E EIEAlrnmn-

FOR TICKET INFORMATION WM, athletic very maculine seeks (rat- 19 PETS FOUND: Keys with whittle in Little Hall ((14600 to ohooee from -.subjects)
I 11-4 1 .6-15 I type dude. Send photo phone and note on week of 10/15. Call to ID: 392.1941 Oran Catalog Today with VHi/MC or COO
to Boxholder, P.O. 12698.Gainesville, FL 11-2-3-20'
32604. 11-5-6-16 Greyhound, 9mos., all shots, all papers 8<< J93.22
PANAMA JOE'S WANTS YOU! WClil
house-broken well mannered
playful
FOUND Lorut watch found 10/19 behind
: on
We've lowered our rates come play poolat I Or ruth 12.00 to11: .Reeeeroh Assistance
with needs !home I
children
CHALK ONE UP FOR THE ARTS COMMITTEE great good Museum Rd. Call
1986 prices I Check out these spe.cials greenhouses on 111322 mho AVI I205-SN,lot AngHN,CA 9002
$80 o.b.o. 378-4827. 11-2-5-19
Come ,feelings Paul tt 335-4296 to I 1.0. 10-31-3-20 '
: Sunday $1 Bud longnecks, 8-Ball express your CUIIOT research also MiljDt-ill HvHi
tt the Sidewalk Chalk Tuesday
Drawing
tournament Monday 2-lor-1 pitchers, I outside 1 1/2 'ft long 2mo old Klngsnake 4 sale. uuu u
,
99e longnecks. Tuesday League night, Wednesday 10am-4pm Very gentle & has beautiful body color.
come join our leagues I B9' longnecks, IheOtB. 10-31-2-16 Tank and hot rock Incl. $80 obo. Call I SPAN S'H DAN'FCER UMBRO SHORTS
Wednesday 2-for-1 liquor drinks, 99*
334-9189. 10-31-2-10
10 1 18 Colors
longnecks, 9.ball tournament. Thursday ..FREE.*BREW*. Styles
Over 400 in stock!
$1 Jack Daniels all night. PanamaJoe's S NINA'S COSTUMES /
at Rev's Haunted House Party this Wedl 14
the only place for pool players 1005 west
3431 SW Archer Rd. 3777665. '11-2-6- DARE TO SCARE. 10.31.2.16Attention rlQ.ml ". Universityek 1636 W. UNIV. 375-6462 LLOYD CLARKE ,WOO NWj., %,1
15 373-1234 SPORTS "" 'S3*
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Handsome, Independent. guy, wants to ,, ,nst t 4310 inmininni]MACHINES MEANS NO*AITtNU, "
with flair for the Students: 7 1 23rd Avenue
meet attractive! girl a TAN NAKED
romantic Tune into Now 3 locations! 375.1234 TOYOTAMYERS ; {
PO Box 90212Gainesville )wake of Tinning,
FI 32607 New location! .only S1 .IS IGalnetvllle
10.3104.15 TV 69 (UHF) Roses 2122SW SERVICE CENTERWE $ -v '"'.,'
34th Street SPECIALIZE ONLY IN TOYOTAS i \
Best in Christian Television 34th St.. .Pla1234za CALL AND ASK ABOUT OUR LOW PRICES Gym
... Computer Tutoring ... For more Into:407.297.0155 $14951 Doz 376-6752 : 391hMhM. __ft 3768400mmmmM.nnm il I
11, FDA API'IIUW I HNOUXJY1"1"1"' 1
Problems in Pascal & C? Call the best,
Tim 371.0695 10.31.3.15 -tlse----Ili------.
now. -" - -
The Reitz Union Barber and Style Shop '
has the most experienced staff in Gainesville
From Flattops to Razorcuts Permsto I Alligator; ',Classifieds373FIND : 1 1 I I I I I IC s 1
Precision cuts. No matter what your
hair texture or need, we have the right - -, I II a 1s
Stylist for you. Call 392.1610 for an appointment = ..
or stop In Mon-Thur 8-6, Frl
8-5 or SaI9-2at JWRU Grd. 11-5-7-15 I I !; I I I I ia

BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. ii
RUSSEL SWEATSFor
the largest selection and belt priceson 1 I I ; I 1 I I
Alligator Classifieds allow products, services, jobs, etc. to be listed in a I
check Clarke
sweats out Lloyd
your I I f'I
Sports. We have 28 colors & many stylesto "directory" to make it easier for readers to find your ad. A simple form 1 FI I I I 1
choose from. We will match any local explains the step-by-step/ manner in which to place an ad and will help 1 !
prices because we appreciate your busi you determine/ the cost. Our Classified Advertising staff will be happy to 2i
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ness. 1504 NW 13 St. 112415GUNStGUNSGUNSI advise you.Alligator. 1 I I I

I I 2i I I 1 I II ia 1

1800 Gun InventoryOver Classlfleds may be placed In a number of ways: 1

Buy 500, Sell handguns, Trade, Repair In stock 1. If you have a valid Mastercard or Visa, you can place your ad by I !. I I I 1 "n i9iC Z-4- Z 1

Reloading Supplies 466-3340 telephoning 373-FIND between 8:00: and 4.00 pm. fI 1 m in 1
Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer :rn::
8 mi. South G'ville on 441' I : I I I i en 2f
ALSO-INDOOR PISTOL RANGE 2. You can mail your Alligator Classified form (with check, money order
HANDICAP FACILITIES or Mastercard/Visa information no cash please) to: I I II II
10.31.2.15 I I
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Alligator Classlfleds 1
..$100 FIRST PRIZE* PO Box 14257GaInesville i iI' !
I I I gl I I I '
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NOTEBOOKfrom UF quarterback Shane Mat GATORSfrom tions Is point guard. With the de- the position. "**
page 16 thews leads the SEC and is 11th in page 16 parture of Camilla Ratledge, who Returning guards include
the country in total offense, with finished her career as the SEC's Delmanetta Barlow and Delmae
1 consider(Dye)one of the best 247 yards a game. Matthews'137.5 SEC selection last season and was all-time leader in assists,Ross said Darling. Fighting for time will be
coaches In the country," Spurriersaid. efficiency rating is second in the second on the team in scoring. there Is a void to fill at the position.And freshmen Amanda Butler, Kerry
"His teams have never beenin conference, 10th in the country. McGhee ((6-foot-2)) and Lang ((6- Ross said the position will Cremeans and Latasha Garrison.
like of Florida 2)),the Gators'version of the twin have be if the
a fight some our Auburn quarterback Stan Whiteis to filled adequately, With over half of the Gators'
teams do on a regular basis. second in the SEC in total offense towers, averaged 9.3 and 8.9 Gators plan on using her wide- roster occupied by either fresh
"Auburn has taken a lot of verbal fifth in efficiency. points a game last season, respec open, fast-paced style of play. men or sophomores, another
garbage from Florida State the last Saturday's contest also will fea- tively. They provide UF with a "The faster the better,but with problem for the Gators may be a
solid in the
three years.Being in the SEC,usually ture a backfield battle. Errict Rhett sitions.presence low-post po- control," Ross said. lack of experience on the bench.
you save yourself for the con and Willie McClendon are fifth and Ross' philosophy is simple. Besides Ratledge,the Gators also
ference games.That's your goal. I ninth,respectively in the SEC rush Although these four players The Gators will use a full-court lost Ann Glasse and Cassandra
guess they figured they'd give it ing race. Auburn boasts three, provide a solid nucleus for the pressure defense to create offensein Washington, two of their better
everything they had to win that James Joseph (seventh),"Lectron" Gators, Ross said the starting the form of easy transition bas- performers.
(FSU) game." Williams ((10th) and Stacy Danley lineup is far from set. kets. Frontline players Teresa
Matthews #1 In offenseOne ((16th), in the top 16. "Rhvonja and Sophia will be However, a transition offense Brown, Elizabeth Maxwell,Jennifer
duel within the war Satur- UF safety Will White's six interceptions there somewhere," Ross said. may be difficult without a capable Montgomery and Candle
day will be between the SEC's two continue to lead the coun- "Otherwise it's wide open." point guard leading the way. Several Wilkie make up the rest of the
most productive quarterbacks. try. One of those wide-open posi- candidates are competing for Gators team.
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UF's Kruger Top four scorers back for womenBy I




leads Gators Alligator MARC LAROZE Writer

New UF women's basketball coach Carol
Ross will be depending on the top four
into seasonSince scorers from last season's team to lead UF
again this season.
But despite the team's experience, Ross
everyone gives something on Hal knows that the key to her team's success
loween, it's time to give you, the "THREE lies with three magic letters SEC.
COUNT" reader, a chance to impress The Southeastern Conference, consid-
friends and loved ones with your knowl- ered the toughest conference in women's
edge of today's column topic. basketball, is loaded with great teams. Au-
Answer the following question: What is burn has been to the past three NCAA
today's Halloween column about? Tournament championship games, and
A. How much candy and beer one personcan other teams, such as Tennessee and Missis-
S
mix on Halloween night without puk sippi, are nearly as tough. t
The competition level in the SEC is all too
I ing.B.
I Why professional wrestlers dress like familiar to Ross. e
it's Halloween every day of the year.C. Before coming to UF in April, Ross spent y 15 sty
.What costume Steve Spurrier will wear the past seven seasons as an Auburn assis-
tonight (rumor has it he will be a large tant coach.The past five of those years she a
avacado). was Auburn's top assistant and chief re-

D. Men's basketball at UF. cruiter.
Even though the other three topics are She also played collegiate basketball for
more timely, 'D' is the correct answer. Ole Miss, breaking school records for steals
In a game ((11)), season ((135)) and career

-Alex/ Marvez ((333)).
Ross feels a lot of hard work will\ have to
THREE be done to put UF on the same level as some
COUNT of the other conference teams.
Although the Gators return their top four
UF coach Lon Kruger and his playersmet scorers from a squad that finished 15-13 last
with the media Tuesday in a function season, UFs best record in five years, they s
called, shockingly enough, "Media Day." were only 1-8 in conference play. 4
It's a scary thought (note the Halloween "Realistically, there is a lot of work to be
allusion), but basketball season starts Nov. done,but I'm up for the challenge and I think
15 when the Gators play host to an exhibition the players are too," Ross said.
game against Athletes in Action. The top returning players include senior
, Nothing earth-shattering was said about forward Rhvonja Smith,senior guard Sophia r ?
the team Tuesday, but Kruger's playing Witherspoon, junior center Erika Lang and
style alone is enough to get excited about. sophomore center LaTonya McGhee. top
Forget about the Don DeVoe slow-down Smith led the Gators in scoring and re-
offense that helped eliminate insomnia for bounding the past two seasons and averaged
the 7,000-or-so spectators who bothered to 15 points and eight rebounds a game last
attend each game last season. season. She was a second-team All-SEC se- h
The players want to run. The fans want lection last year.Witherspoon .
the Gators to run. also was a second-team All-
ADRIAN DENNIS
Most importantly,'Kruger wants the Ga UF basketball player LaTonya McGhee Is one of several players with experience
tors to run. And seeing he's the coach... see Gators, page 15 from last year's team.Culpepper.
"We're going to make every effort to
(run)," Kruger said. "It's something that,
ideally, we want to do, it's something we Volleyball team the is
want to recruit to and something the players : weight
want to do." FS'UThe
loses' to
Guard Renaldo Garcia has quickly be- _

come one of the leading advocates ofKruger's UF volleyball team's winning up thank you very muchUF
offense. streak ended at six matches as Florida ,
,, "It's a much faster tempo," said Garcia, State defeated the Gators for the
a senior. "If we execute it effectively, it will second time this ,season Tuesday defensive tackle Brad Culpepper has pounds or more.
work. It can cause a defense a lot of prob- night in Tallahassee., an announcement regarding his weight. "My 260 is still small compared to 290,"
lems. It also utilizes everyone's talents to :Seminoles "The next time I see (in the newspaper) Culpepper said. "But it's better than 250."
"The ((20.7)) easily de- that I 250 I'm
the utmost. weigh pounds, going to fire Footbrawl
feated UF In straight games 15-5, bomb house and slash tires" the brawl with Louisiana
Everyone realizes, though, the new offense your your Saturday's game-ending
12.12-
won't solve all the Gators' problems. 15-6,15-13.dropped to 260-pound Culpepper said politely State, coupled with a last-second loss
Kruger admits his frontcourt may be the JThe main thing is that FSU played to Auburn two weeks ago, has Florida State
smallest in the Southeastern Conferencewith with a higher intensity level and at a .> Gregg Doyel coach Bobby Bowden wondering if his team
,
Dwayne Davis ((6-foot-7)), Livingston faster pace, said UF coach Marilyn N is on the Southeastern Conference hit list.
; didn't until the
Chatman ((6-7)) and Stacey Poole ((6-6)). McReavy"We adjust OTEBOOKCulpepper's Bowden made that remark Sunday after
third Our disori
game., defense was
i There's a lack of depth as well. ented." his team trounced LSU.
The backcourt isn't set, either. Seeing But Auburn coach Pat Dye whose Tigers
action at point guard in practice have been Maggie Philgence led the semi- announcement stems from beat the Seminoles for the first time in four
Garcia, Scott Stewart and B.J. Carter. noles with 11 kills while Steffi Legallled the reputation UF's defensive line has gainedas years, said his team is clean."I .
the Gators with 13 kills and 13 being smallish. Against Tennessee
UFs
like
But even if the Gators don't better their don't want to comment on anything
7-21 mark from last season (and they would digs.Florida front averaged about 30 pounds less a man that," Dye said. "But I will say that in the 10
t. have to be awful not to do that), basketball State won the season series than the Volunteers'offensive line.Auburn'sfront years I've been at Auburn, my players have
has become fun again, trying to score instead against the Gators 2-1 with a victoryin is also big.Culpepper never been Involved in an altercation on the
of running down the clock. Gainesville on Oct. 5.,The Gators' has been listed at 250 pounds field.And if you check the record,we've won
"Last year, it got real bad," Garcia said. knocked off FSU in a tournament in and senior defensive end Mark Murray at as many games over the, last 10 years as
Miami on Sept 15., 233 pounds. "
"It got to the point where everyone was anybody.
bickering about what the new coaches were UFs next match 1 is on the road "But that was in last year's media guide," UF coach Steve Spurrier defended Dye
doing. Friday )against the. University of Culpepper said. "I've worked hard to getup while taking a playful poke at Miami and

'. __"This year, we've grown very close in a Houston; .at 7:30: p.rn.ALUUTOR. to 260. Mark Murray" weighs 245 pounds,not FSU, which started the brawl with LSU.
short period of time. STAFF REPORT, 230-something.
Notebook, 15
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the independent frI a flE~h~elumjdAriIo'-t--. V I I I ated *dh ob U n *'ty I r 1 VOLUME 84, NUMBER 47 -EY -3 WEDNEsDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1990 see page 9 Safety concerns trouble Halloween festivities By PATICIA LEE Alligator Writer Tonight's annual Halloween Festival may be tamer than usual without its costume contest, but irs a small sacrifice to UF administrator, who almost scrapped the celebration. "Historically, this has been a troubled show, and the administration didn't want to have a nighttime concert on Halloween this yearbecause ofthe trouble intown," Student Government Productions Chairman Raul Mateu said, referring to the still unsolved deaths of five college students in August. Encouraging a costume contest would be inappropriate, Student Services Dean James Scott said. Students still are allowed to dress up if they wish, he said. "Halloween is a time in which fear and violence and blood and gore is emphasized and highlighted," Scott said. "Mis lhas been an exceptional year, with the murders and tragedies, and we didn't think encouraging people to dress up in such outfits would be sensitive." Scott and others asked SGP officials not to have an outdoor evening concert where crowd control is more difficult. With most students in class during the day, SGP's only choice would have been to host the show inside the O'Connell Center, but doing so would have added about another S5,000 to the cost of the $30,000 show. After problems with UF administrators nearly wiped out the celebration, and one of the bands scheduled to perform canceled Tuesday, tonight's free show will be something of a miracle, Mateu said. "It wasn't easy getting everything together, and now with one of the bands backing out, it's put a lot of strain on the preparation," Mateu said The quintet 'ROOP, known for its soul chart top10 hits "My Heart" and "Mamacita," canceled Tues. day. "Supposedly, two of the band members are sick," Mateu said "We're extremely upset To replaceTROOP, which wastoplay with Regina Belle and Dj Magic Mike, SGP booked local dance band Xxotic. Other than that, the 6 p.m. show should be business as usual, minus the costume contest. The contest, which in previous years had winners who dressed up as a vagina, a spurting penis and condoms, was questioned early in the planning stages because of lagging interest and few participants, Mateu said. Police to stop thumbprinting State Attorney: Probable cause necessary By MATTHEW SAUER Alligator Writer The state attorney has given local police a thumbs down on their efforts to randomly fingerprint suspicious persons they stop while patrolling southwest Gainesville, Assistant State Attorney John Carlin said Tuesday. ButthermotheroftheUFlstudentwho isconsidering legal action against the troopers who fingerprinted him said the State Attorney's Office was unresponsive to her son's complaint earlier this month Carlin said State Attorney ten Register issued a memorandum Monday to Task Force patrol officers to caution themabout thumbprinting without probable cause. "The memo reminded police officers of something they already knew, Carlin said. "(Officers) can only temporarily detain a citizen if the officer thinks that person has committed or is about to commit a crime." According to reports, Register was unaware the thumbprinting was going on until this weekend. But Donna Janeczko of Winter Park said she contacted the State Attorney's Office the day after her son, UF junior Darin Janeczko, was stopped by a Florida Highway Patrol trooper and thumbprinted earlier this month. "I spoke at length with a lawyer at the State Attorney's office, and he told me it was not of concern to him that they were stopping people," she said, adding that she doesn't remember the name of the lawyer she talked to. Task Force patrol officers have been stopping and thumbprinting people they consider suspicious in the see Prints, page 8 By PATRICK LEE AlligatorWriter The name calling, issue ducking and personal attacks of the Tues day night debate between gubematorial candidates Bob Martinez and Lawton Chiles may not have been highly informative, but made for an entertaining event that may give Chiles the edge with undecided voters, some UF professors said. "It was a lot livelier than I ex. pected it to be, although I'm not sure they talked a whole lot about the issei, aid UF political scim ence professor Stephen Craig. 'It was entertaining." Tbe televised debate between incumbent Republican Martinez and Democrat Chiles, a former U.S. senior, Is the first and possibly only one before the Nos.6 election, although Chiles spent much of the debate asking for more. And Martinez used much of the one-hour event referring to Chiles as a liberal Washington insider who constantly changes his mind for convenience. With only 90 seconds to answer each question from newscasters about taxes, abortion, lottery, growth management, environmental protection, drugs and crime, the candidates gave brief answers directed mostly to one another. wMere were absolutely cheap shots there," Craig said. "Martinez called Chiles a liar, a quitter, a hypocrite and a crook. Chiles didn't resort to name-calling so much, but he still labeled Martinez a coward and a liar Although Craig says he "wouldn't award It to either side, since they both did well," he did say Chiles made better use of the debate. A second professoragreed. uChilea was very dynamic and very forceful," said UF history professor David Colburn. Although both professors said they don't think the debate changed the minds of any already. decided voters, Colburn said the debate may have swung undecided voters to Chiles. This wa, in part thanks to a major mistake by Martinez, he said. Early In the debate, when diucssing Florida's troubled wonomy, Martinez told Chiles, "That's going to be your baby to deal with." "That was an awkward statement," Colburn said. "It's almostas ifhe was ayinghe expected Chiles to win. It was a mistake I know he wished he hadn't made. clarification David and Jim Chalmer gave $50 to Jim Notestein's campaign in 1988 7he AllIgator implied otherwise on this page Monday. Professors: Debate may sway undecided voters to Chiles Trick or treat UF junior Gary Phillips leads Gabriella Castejon, 3, and James Jeon, 4, both from Baby Gator nursery, around the Reitz Union North Lawn before taking them trickortreating to Union offices Tuesday. Fla

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WEDNESDAY. OCIBER 31, 9I, ALLIGATOR, 3 Task force recommends enforcing Dead Week By ANNEM4ARIE PANKOWSKI Allgator Writer Starting next semester, students may be relieved from the pressures of quizzes, tests or new material during the three days before final exams, said Bet Berlin, chairmen of the Student Government Task Force on Dead Week. UF has traditionally scheduled the week before finals as "Dead Week." But many students complained that their professors ignored the spirit of the week by presenting new material, Berlin said. "What's going to make an impact is if (Dead Week) becomes an issue," he said. Berlin presented several Dead Week pro. posalslastweek to the University Senatethe group representing faculty concerns. But after much discussion, the Senate came to noconclusions.Still, Berlin remainsoptimis tic. "It couldn't be approved for this finals' period, he said. "IThe soonest that it could happen would be spring semester, that's our goal." Students voiced their opinion last spring when about 80 percent voted on a SG election referendum that the present Dead Week policy was not being followed,Berlin said, The problem with Dead Week is that teachers and students don't know what the policy means, said Student Body President Michael Browne. "It's never been really understood exactly what Dead Week is supposed to be,"he said. The purpose of the task force Is to etab lish a policy that Is easily understood and followed by all faculty, Browne aid. The undergraduate student handbook describes Dead Week as "a period of diverstionary review days," said Keith [AIM, UPs associate vice president foracdemic aosilm Legg said Tuesday that enforcing a Dead Week policy would be difficult, even if a student reported a violation "What are we supposed to do -create an academic police force that runs in and tears up the professors' notes," he said "You don't want to create a policy you can't enforce But Florida State University enforces its Dead Week policy, which prohibits profes. son from giving exams, but does not deal with the issue of whether new material should be taught, said FSU Academic Affairs Vice President Gus Turnbull "'he main thing we stress is that the final exams are given as scheduled and not at other times," he said OIf students complain, we go to the prolessor and tell him that he has to follow the mlesl, Turnbull said. ne proposed policy at UF would require the last three days of the semester to be tridctly review sessions for the final exams. lare said. But Legg fears that some faculty members would complain that the proposed policy would keep them from covering all of the class material. "That would be interfering with the faculty member's prerogative in running the course," Legg said. But during the summer semester, professors already alter the amount of material they cover, said chemistry professor Jim Deyrup. "Almost every faculty member admits they cut material dunng the summer," he said. "Lasing threelectures outof 45 will not hold the world back." And students lives and grades would improve as a result of a real Dead Week policy. Deyrup said. "If it did nothing but give people a chance to read and sleep, it would bea step forward." Facility links UF, private By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Staff Writer UF coupled high-tech science and big business this summer with the opening of another biotechnology facility, the third in a fourbuilding project designed to develop and market research discoveries. The $16 million complex, started at UF three years ago, will coordinate the school's biotechnology research programs with private corporations so faculty can commercialize their projects, said UF Governmental Relations Vice President A] Alsobrook. With help from outside businesses, uniting research with development will grant the school national recognition, he said. Though all four buildings Will work as a team, a private development corporation owns two. "It takes basic research from the laboratory to the marketplace," Alsobrook said Tuesday. >mpanies "his will be one of only two or three of these types of centers in the country." Another $1.2 million is needed to complete the last of the buildings. which have laboratories, offices, conference rooms and classrooms, he said. The state and federal governments contributed a combined $10 million to the complex, located in the Progress Center, t's research and technology park. Biotechnology, based on cellular processes, plays a starring role in almost every biological process and can improve crops, create better breeds of animals and correct gene deficiencies, said Michael Gabridge, director of UPs half of the complex, called the UP Biotechnology Institute for Technology Transfer. The possibilities of the science are limitless, he said, and the complex will provide great opportunities for UF. 'We will be in a position to treat NATALEE WAYERS-ALLtQAOR UF's neW $16 million complex, started three years ago, will coordinate the school's biotechnology research programs with private corporations so faculty can commercialize their projects. or deal with diseases that has hither been untreatable," Gabridge said. "It will provide unique facilities that are simply not available elsewhere in the stateandin amorityofthecountry." ine last building Is scheduled to begin construction next year, he said. UF Research Vice President Donald Price said by mixing business with research, new companies will be attracted to F. Communities will benefit from the union because discoveries can be turned into marketable products and create job opportunities, he said The complex also will propel UFs strong programs to the top of their kind nationally, he said. "'he progress and the accomplishments have been tremendous," Price said. "We can get the results of our work out to benefit the community and this gives us the opportunity to increase our collaboration with private industry." Lombardi questions future flexibility in budget decisions the-board budget cuts, which would have amounted By MIKE BRUSCELL Alligator Staff Writer Still walkinga fine linebetween the need forbudget cuts and summer classes, UF will set Summer A courses that five or morm seniors rgistered for last year as top priority and offer at lent two-thirds of 1990's total Summer A schedule. L mb But UF President John Lombardi wants questioned whether schools will have theflexibilityIncominglyearstochooW get free which expenses to uL Lombardi has advocated greater budget freedom for State U! Florida's nine public universities throughout the State University System's drive for financial meicy hm a tight state budget Gor. Bob Martinez and the Cabinet last month ordered all state agencies to make 5 percent acrossat fi to about a $5.7 million loss. The reduction shrunk to about 2.4 percent, or $4.2 million, after money from lottery and emergency funds became available. But as UF administrators such as Provost Andrew Sorensen and Vice ProvostGene Hemp shuffle money, it appears there's less flexi. rdi bility than anticipated. ore budWhile UF& future control over its purse strings remains undecided, om for Board of Regents spokesman Pat .ers Riordan aid LAmbardi and other versities university leaden must work within existing budget stipulations despite theirwishes for the future.The board is a 13-member panel that guides the state's public unIversitIes. See Budget. Page 8 SG sets up office space, new phoneline for COAR UF'S Campus Organized Against Rape has finally found a home in Student Government. The school's top rape educa. tion group, which recently moved from the UF Infirmary's jurisdiction to SG, was without its own office or phoneline. COAR officials said the transition weakened the program because having a phone was crucial to the group's success Student Body President Mi. chael Browne said Monday that the rough change has been eased. COAR now will share an office with two other student groups in the Reitz Union and have its own phoneline and answering machine. Browne said he hopes the group's peer education program, that works to educate stu dents about rape, will regain its strength with the new adjustments. -DEBBIE CENZIPER Correction The bodies of two UF freshmen, the first twoof the fivemurdervictims found, were discovered Aug. 26. The AUgator reported otherwise on this page Monday

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4, AULLGATOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, I9 ELSEWHERE 8 die in Navy boiler room accident WASHINGTON (UPI) -A boiler room accident that spewed scalding steam killed eight sailors from the USS Iwo Jima in the Persian GulfTuesday, banging to 40 the number of American forces who have died accidentally in Operation Desert Shield, officials said. The incident on the 602-foot, 18,000-ton armphibious assault ship took place at 12:15 a.m. EST, just after the vessel had undergone routine maintenance in Manama, Bahrain, and was on its way to take part in an exercise in the North Arabian Sea, officials said. Six sailors, whose names were being withheld by the Pentagon, were killed aboard the Iwo Jima and two others died later aboard the hospital ship USNS Comfort. Two other sailors were critically injured in the accident. In addition to that accident, Pentagon officials said one Marine was killed and three others critically injured Tuesday in a vehicle accident during a night exercise in Saudi Arabia. Also, they said another three sailors riding in a military vehicle were injured Monday when a Marine sentry accidentally fired a weapon. One sailor was struck by two .50-caliber bullets, one suffered a concussion and the third was wounded by glass fragments, the Pentagon said. Pentagon officials said the latestcasualties brought the accidental death toll of the nearly 3-month-old Operation Desert Shield to 40. One additional death is believed to have been a suicide. APentagon spokesman said officials did notbelieve the numbers of accidental dealhswere unusual, given the scale of Operation Desert Shield. "You have a large number oftroopsbeingintensely trained and exercised," said Pentagon spokesman Bob Hall, "One accident is too many. Is it alarming? No. Is it acceptable? No." Navy spokesman I. Cmdr. Alan Dooley said the Iwo Jima, which has Its home port in Norfolk, Va., and arrived in the Persian Gulf on Sept. 16, was towed back to Manama after the accident occurred and its engines were shut down as a precaution. The ship, which carries 685 officers and enlisted personnel and can hold 1,100 Marines, is powered by two steam boilers. write steam is under very high pressure" of about 600 pounds per square inch, Dooley said. He added the temperature of the steam was 800 to 850 F. Pentagon officials said the Iwo Jima was to have taken part in exercise in the North Arabian Sea from Tuesday to Nov. 8. The ship Is pat of the U.S.-led International force deployed in the gulf after Iraq's Aug. 2 invasion of Kuwait. Dooley said all the casualties were Navy personnel and no Marines were involved. Bakker's lawyers argue judge biased RICHMOND, Va. (UPI) -Fallen televangelist Jim Bakker was given an "unconscionably long" 45-year sentence from a biased judge who said he was tired of being a "sap for money-grubbing preachers,"attorneys for the PTI. founder argued Tuesday before a federal appeals panel. U.S. District Judge Robert Potter, who sentenced Bakker after a jury convicted him of cheating thousandt; of his followers, is nicknamed "Maximum Bob" for his harsh sentences. Bakker's attorney, Harvard law Professor Alan Dershowitz, argued "Judge Potter is one the reasons the sentencing guidelines were implemented." The federal sentencing guidelines. imposed in November 1987, were at the heart of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals case because they suggest Bakker should have received a sentence somewhere between 31 and 52 months. Bakker was indicted in March 1987 so the government argued the guidelines did not apply. Bakker's attorneys argued since the last count said the conspiracy was continuing, the guidelines should apply. Souter vocal in abor WASHINGTON (UP!) -Supreme Court Justice David Souter, whose nomination hearings this sum-t mer were marked by a refusal to disclose his views on abortion, played a key role Tuesday in debate over the only major abortion case before the court this term,. In a series of questions during oral arguments. Soalr appeared skeptical about a government effort to bar health care workers at federally financed family planning clinics from discussing abortion as an option with pregnant clients. Souter asked Solicitor General Kenneth Starr, arrb ing for the gomment, whether the proposed regulatons to te 20-year-old Title 10 family planning program would let a doctor tell a woman whose life would be threatened by having a baby that *you are in danger" and an abortion Is indicated. Starr said the regulations would allow a doctor to tell her she Is In danger and needs treatment, but not to recommend an abortion. glo actually go forward and counsel,'You need an abordon,' Is beyond the regulations," Starr said. But Souter wanted to know why, if the woman already is pregnant and so beyond the government's processed retfreruncy scope of the program, a doctor co d still not discuss abortion without the clinc risking a loss of government money. Dershowitz, who has defended such notables as leona Helmosley and Claus von Bulow, also argued the guidelines that he helped develop are designed to prevent gross differences between sentences. He said Bakiker's sentence is longer than the average sentence for rape or murder. ne Bakker defense team also argued the jury instructions were prejudiced against the charismatic preacher. They said it did not allow for a good faith defense -that he didn't intentionally defraud people who paid $1,000 to become alifetime FrL partner.lIn return for their money, the lifetime partners were to get three nights free a year at the Heritage Grand Hotel at Balker's South Carolina theme park. Prosecutors countered it had nothing to do with religion but was an old-fashioned real estate scm -I that Bakker could ner have provided all the rooms. he had sold. Bakker is currently at a federal correctional center in Rochester, Minn. Another Bakker lawyer, David' Wice, said it was his understanding the preacher's cellmate is political extremist Lyndon LaRouche. case debate In such a circumstance, he asked, cannot a physician perform his normal functions and discuss a full range of medical options with the woman? "The (government) can In effect preclude professional speech?" The exchange waspart ofhor-longoral arguments over whether regulations proposed to 'ule 10 of the' Public Health Service Act of 1970 violate freedom of speech and the rights of poor women to be Informed of their medical options. 1itle 10 is the largest source of federal support for family planning and productive health care, provide. lngabout$200 milon a year to 4, clinics servicing 5 million low-income women nationwide. The govermtclaim the regulations are needed touphol the originallogento(Congressnottoprovide money for abortiolelated services. Opponenta acknowledge the government has the right to withhold money for abordons, bug claim it cannot prohibit speech simply becatia It fnances a project. A decision In the cae Is expected sometime next year. 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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1990. ALIGATO. 5 Students volunteer for fulfillment, class requisites By JOANNA ODLTZMAN Alligator Writer Whether they need credit for a class or they just want to help others, UF students make up a large part of Alachua County's volunteer force. Tove Stennes, a UF nursing sophomore, volunteers at Shands Hospital four hours a I volunteer As a cuddler." Stennes said, 1 soothe babies when they're crying, play with them and feed them. "It's good experience for me." About 6,800 people volunteer through the Volunteer Center of Alachua County each year. executive director Darlene Kostrub said, and at least 2,500 of them are UF students. "Volunteering gives you a sense of fulfillment and it's a way to work on issues you're concerned about," Kostrub said. "We encourage people to volunteer and we also refer people who want to volunteer to places in the community that am in need. "We get most volunteers by advertising," she said. "Sometimes people just call and say they want to volunteer. We keep In contact with about 100 agencies and we know on any day what needs to be done." Kostrub volunteers for Guardian Ad Utem, which is a group that protects children while they are under the supervisbon of the court system. Stuart Schwartz, a volunteer administrative assistant for Gainesville Fire-Rescue, has been teaching an exceptional people course at UF for eight years. In this class, the students must work with disabled people by volunteering 20 hours each semester. "Volunteering assists my students in developing a good, positive attitude toward handicapped people and helps the students feel more comfortable with them," Schwartz said. Students taking the class volunteer at group living homes, nursing homes, shelters, workshops and several other places that need help throughout the community. "Many of the students continue to volunteer even after the semester is over,' Schwartz said. UF sophomore Troy Gabay, one of Schwartz's students, volunteers at Shards Hospital for two hours each week, visiting adult patients. "I like it because I feel that I am doing others some good." Information about volunteering is available from The Volunteer Center of Alachua County at 220 N. Main St. F1 E e~ 0 4 6 La E TV b I LUNCH SPECIALS EVERYDAY 1/4 Hamburger. French Fries Drink Everyday. 11a -7p s2 99 1718 W Univ Ave Upstairs 336 1111 SPP's Pawn a uu BUY SELL, TRADE "Full line of Firearms" 111 NW 6th St 373-5655 SCARECROW NINA'S COSTMES 1636 W Univ 375.6462 HATIONA. I Cash tra.Vr Hair Wonders Styling Salon for Men & Women Roy Alford, Jr., Owner 18 WS Univ. Ave. 371730 10% OFF g5% OFF ALL E% O Full etof'Ilps & HARCURS I with Acrylic PwassI ,1 nd Vilage Park French Quarter Now Leasing 1 & 2 BR FurnUnfurn 3 Pools 3 Laundries Flexible Leaes -Close to Campus Ceiling Fan 378-3771 9-4:30 M-F 99-1001 SW 16th Ave.

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6, AJGATOR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1990 OPINIONS Watching the Detectives Darin Janeczko said he was leaving his apartment complex on a moped when the trooper pulled him over and fingerprinted him for no apparent reason. The UF junior said the officer told him the random stop was in connection with the August murders of five college students. The first reaction: Just another in the recent string of incidents where Florida police have jumped over the line dividing law enforcement and citizens' rights. But after a moment, the indignation is replaced with a chilling thought. Maybe they really don't know who did it, after all. Nine weeks after our classmates were stabbed to death, and this is where the investigation is? Stopping motorists by chance? Aug. 29, Gainesville Police Chief Wayland Clifton 'We've had enough physical evidence at each of the three scenes to develop a suspect. Every minute that passes, we are getting stronger and stronger leads." When the bodies were found in a span of three days, lacal and state law enforcement moved quickly to create an impressive-sounding task force. Florida Highway Patrol troopers came in to beef up the city's police presence, while the FBI and Florida Department of Law Enforcement jumped in with their labs and computers. The investigative team that nailed notorious mass murderer Ted Bundy was called in. Then came the high-tech laser device, billed as a way to detect minute traces of blood, semen, saliva and fingerprints. Next, the military was here, trudging through southwest wooded areas, searching for any kind of lead. Still, no arrest. Sept. 30, Gainesville police Sgt. Dick Gerard -'We are not putting any size on the number of (suspects) we're working with anymore. The size varies every day. It could be 10 one day, 30 the next and 50 the next day." And every day the trail gets colder. For a while, police offered up UF freshman Edward le wis Humphrey as a possible suspect, but now he appears to be just another victim. Confused and mentally disturbed, Humphrey does not seem to be the cunning murderer who could so slickly escape capture. Clifton's early optimism now rings empty. The 'wealth of evidence" he talked about now seems to be a myth. We sincerely hope we're wrong, but when police depend on routine traffic stops to provide suspects, we have to wonder if these crimes will ever be solved. alligator Jud Managing Editor M.D. Cutnella Editor y A. Plunkett Opinions Editor Jacqueline Retiler Lettems Poliey War Mc Edt "IIum wtu 200 =10=1:: fs lOen.ThythMk The dtd IW" 8 t 3T"-4 me~ m. w o .M ~ a Jm.atm 111Marneem wsan sw~npqp w21w anA 3 64 Have a safe and happy Halloween Halloween. as we observe it today, originated from various ancient fears and customs. Even so, for most Americans this holiday no longer holds any special meaning. Children have been the ones to keep the celebration alive. Sadly these same children are the ones often harmed by thevery holiday they havekept alive all these years. Advertisers love Halloween. This holiday provides a perct opportunity for corporations to unload all types of junk on the American public. For many people, the custom of carving a Halloween pumpkin has been replaced by plastic or styrofoam pumpkins, Ghosts made from sheets and hung by wires have been exchanged for plastic inflatable ghosts. Television and moviesalso havechanged Halloween from a fun holiday to a commercial field day. In the past, children would dress up as witches, ghosts, goblins or various other scary creatures. Today, chitdre will wear Bart Simpson or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle costumes. Halloween has become dangerous as well. There mea time when people could give apples or home. baked goods to the neighborhood children, Noww das unless a close family friend gives a child such a reat, the threat of danger is too great. Too many People get their kicks from haring children with poisonous food. In Alachua County elementary schools, parents are pressuring school faculty members to decrease the amount of Halloween celebration in the classroom, The parents ate worried about the connection between Halloween and satanism. There even has been talk of removing wary Halloween stories from local libriries. Recenby I read an article by Terri Fields relating a true story that Is refreshing to hearamidst the gloom and doom of todays Halloween, The story tells how a na U town of people renew a mother and child's faith in the true spirit of Halloween. One Haloween, a litle girl named lAri asked her mother what the address was for the Great Pumpkin. You want aid? Serve your country Edibe: I would Ike to thank Dan Quayle far the large sum of money I hae received Sron the federal government thes pat few years to li* subSifi my higlwreducam dion. I was eadthd to a portion of this moneysab dthr aing in the United Stats Marine Corps. Unfortunately, It seems as so Mark Raines LIFE GOES ON Not knowingwhat to say, the mothertold herdaughter that the Great Pumpkin does not have time to write to children. Determined to send the letter, lori addressed it to the Great Pumpkin in the Pumpkin Patch, placed a stamp on the envelope, and mailed the letter. Several weeks later, tori still had not heard from theGreatPumpkin. Thenthemotherreceivedaphone call from Carolyn Dryer in Pumpkin Center, Ariz. Trough a post office fluke, that small town had received Lori's letter. The letter was the talk of the town. Carolyn told the mother that Lori had asked the GreatPumpkin for abiliondollars, toystfra children, a doll and peace. Even though the requests were way out of reach, the town did want to do something for the girl. At the next town meeting, the people decided to have Carolyn write a letter back to Lori and enclose a package of purpidn seeds. The loter would tell her that the Great Pumpkin could notgrantall her wishes, but maybe one day Lori could grow a Great Pumpkin of her own. Lori was delighted to hear from the GreatPumpkin. Through theirgenerosily, the townofPumpkin Center had renewed tori's faith in the world of makebeieve and her mothers faith In people. In these times of commercial j"k cyanidelaced fruit, and parental concern about Halloween's satanic implications, its nice to know that there are still people who see Hafloweea as a time for children to have fun and live out their fanitaes. The people of Pupkin Center, Ara. certainly know the mning ofthe phrase "Happy Halloween." Mark Raia i a UP aus.-ali-usJnor though some of my fellow students here at UP have written to him to complain about Aandcal aid. Their Petulant demeanor and "give met attitude is a poor reflect. tion on those of us who appreciate theasistance we received fromthe government Consieing the current budget crisis. I would Ike for him toknow there arethose of us wailing to take a cut In the financial aid we receive for the beneft of the country. Federal grants and loans for higher educator should beconsi tied a hiory ad nt a right. For those students who write to complain about not receiving anosy, he should mus to them ging umsehng Is miin. Forwaring their nme and addue to tbe mnead form ui ader InGaIneusiwmMbeagoodSihrt annboit V. cassin 4" WHT CANI SAY? I ENJOY OKING T MM ME UP N ~ ~3fl#( J i itt ~LUK

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WEDNESDAY. 0CTOBER 31, 1990, ALLIGATOR MORE OPINIONS iMdt polices need to be adjusted Editor: I awriting to express exarme distaste for the football and Grow ticket policies. I wonder why the ticket office was urmwlng to distribute Growl coupons with hbfli KIM passes. It seng Ittle to ask for the $1 a indentay this Is thehaost far thefotd mestons pmea Isil enough far a football seass pa to be procussed. *h not a Growl cotipofi? It was autjngto wait In e fr a coupon aer -. It was also rather inconsiderate when die sal the dk office We my two Mlends and me were nwuraedby a alsle.ThIs dancejustice in our world "Nuke them.* 1et's bomb the hell out of Iraq." You might already have heard these expres, sions as a reaction to what is happening in the Gulf. But is war really the solution? The Iraqis are destroying the national character of Kuwait and the fabric of its society. The Invasion brought about the world's attention and its condlesuatlon. Currently, there is a masve buildup of American troops and weapons in Saudi Arabia. Is this being done to restore freedom and liberty for Kuwait and its people? You tell me. A few hundred miles northwest of Kuwait lies the occupied territories, the homeland of 1.5 million Palestinianswhoare ivingunder ruthless Israeli occupation. For 23 years, the Israel occupation forces have been performing the same duties as their Iraqul counterparts In Kuwait. The latest atrocity took place in Jerusalem where rIgge happy Israeli police fired on Palestinlans (with their American-made weapons) killed more than 20Palestiniansandinjured more than 100 of them. The Israelis are suppressing Palestinian nationafism in all its foms. If the Iraqi occupation of Kuwait is illegal and a naked aggression, why would anyone hesitate to treat the Israeli occupation of the West Bank *o Tanin Tamsin C CONSIDER THIS and Gaza Strip in the same manner? Soni answer "Israel is America's closest ally," (the bombing of the USS 1b11y and the Pollard case prove otherwise), or my personal favorite, ulanel is the only demnoacy In the region." Telling the latter to a Palestinian is like telling a black that South Africa is a democracy. Israel is a democratic state for the Jews. It is a repressive regime to the Palestinians. South Africa's system of Apartheid is ideal for white segregationists, but is a disaster to the blacks. Palestinians don't have oil and don't generate petrowdollars that ae pumped Into the Western economies. They love their homeland, and they want to live and raise their children freely there. It is not too much to ask. Thenewworld ordershouldadvocatefreedom and liberty for all. That includes Palestinians, Kuwaitis, Lebanese, Kurds, South Africans, Lithuanians, etc. I ask you to demand justice in this world. Yassin Yassin is eqineering student. a UF MM-yar marchanical strales a lack of competence In management. The seating arrangement should have been dig. covered by the ticket office long ago. After all of this, I was not suirVaied that the sales of FloridaGeorgia tickets were screwed up. There was no prior notice In 7W Aiftor. litwasin anotherpaper, I did not see iL When notice finally appeared In 7111tAllostor, a Iyporavil error saedtheprice ofa compact Was $8. Although I found this obvio, I saw no retraction the following day. This Is too large an error for 7h Alfpbr to Ignore. During all of this I ound a help. Ad person at the ticket ofce who helped am with a problem a bend had with his Flwrlda.Georgia cou Pon. I hope none of this again in the future. Bush's veto shows his strength, concern Edior: Referring to President Bush's latest veto, the Oct.29 editorial cartoon asked of Abraham Lincoln, "Would he veto a civil rights bill?" I have always understood that President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation was largely a political measure to gain Europe's support during the Civil War. In other words, he would have allowed the institution of slavery to remain intact, except for his belief that the breakup of the Union was the greater of the two evils. to so I am certainly not comparing UnVIn David Duke, as the Oct. 29 cartoon ignorantly did with Bush. Quite the Do away with Plan A Editor: It has come to my attention that residence halls at UF are still under PlanAVisitation which restricts visitation after midnight on weekdays and 2 a.m. during the weekend. Occupants of the halls were given the oppouluaity to vote for the plan that they preferred approximately six weeks ago. Yet the visitation rules were not changed in accordance with the votes. happens Nsie S. O't. E an suor: 77a correct td )rvte saw ialeksed i a sory go M-'ufi day, Give the lawful citizens their guns Eitor: I -writing In racto die reet even that have rocked tdi college town of Gainesdile, and the subsequent developmen in pole acdon In the ares. The muds C indeed -av a stir. and a of an 6i br the bMll. and tgenda of the VIdms. Ine med., n eual, had minute. braint ae updates, and the police contrary, neither are racist. Rather. both Lincoln and Bush have demonstrated that the primary concern of the President is the welfare of the nation as a whole. Just as Lincoln feared for the longevity of the Union, Bush worried that detrimental quota systems would result from the vetoed bill. President Bush could have taken the easy way out and signed the bilL taking a large non-Republican bloc of voter support with him. Instead of being commended for with a key attacked as ties, and he image ofan. would have Obviously, this decision by President Lombardi is a safety measure following the tragedy of the Gainesville murders, but the time has come when we no longer need the extra protection. For example, additional police units, some from other universities, were asked to patrol Up, yet they are no longer here. State troopers now patrol the Row and Museum Roadforalcoholviolations. Fliers, and free phone home are no lo department, as usual, would tell us virtually nothing about the crimes. In the aftermath of the crimes, however, emerged a hysteria that Was perpetuated by the media and compounded by the police. Alarmed by the outbreak of common sense in the area Illustrated by skyrocketing gun sales, the po. lice began ising warnings to 6. abiding citizens saying they could get In trouble trying to protect themselves from possible ham. Maybe the police should check the fact that police officers and not civilians exercsing his or her Sec. ond Amendment right to keep and bear arms are more likely to shoot a innocent person. But left not let facts get In the way. "Let us do our job," cried police officials while many a college sta-, not playing political games piece of legislation, he is being an enemy of minoriis compared to an incorrect American hero. Yes, Lincoln vetoed the bill. Morgan Welis 2UF feared. Visitation A is now a nuisance rather than a precaution. It entails that members of the opposite sex cannot study after midnight in rooms. In addition, the weekends are stilled by 2 a.m. curfews. We are not children anymort. The recenteventshave made us all mere aware of our vulnerability and how we can take precantions in unarming drcumstances. whistles calls to kimlfr Udon nger of1UF dent lived in constant er of becoming the next victim. This fear in our supposedly "free state," should be unfounded. But with restrictive waiting periods and governmental control over the law-abiding dtze's right to bear arms, the criminal an feel safe knowing that he or she is more likely to prey on an unarmed person than on an aimed one. Beware Gainesville. Beware Florida. If the polie and the Cow greman have their choice, it will be them and the criminals who will have theguns, and pw on, you won't be able to dislnwpish bne, twei these groups. Tothe police: You do yourjobs, w'l do ours. uls Demand bea Seu. Inhotelrmcm Itcoutt 1 a ei Let ex a ta not to dro. WtgtLbf Th Wi ThQNIwuAllEIa yu~awa Marx /4 Barry

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8,AJIGATOILWEDNESDAY. OCOBER31. 1990 BUDGET from page 3 'They've now got to live with this list." Riordan said "There's not flexibility to change the list after the Cabi_ net approved it. Tre university must live by what it said it must do. "You can't do something different," Riordan said. Lombardi said he should know by the end of the week about how much money will need to be cut from equipment, renovation and library funds. I HALLOWEEN COSTUMES 10% OFF With This Ad ASHIMA' 1029 W UNIV AVE 376 4594 L--------------Sorensen and Hemp said UF still is amuing to offer 75 to 80 perc-ent of ilsSo ,,nmr A schuedule, AiF upprlevel courses receiving lop priority Sorensen s.nid le hopes UF will be able to reease .prel-ininary Summer A s hedule by Dec 1 so students can either suggest course additions or plan to take the courses they need during spring semester. The school will reserve money to implement necessary course additions to the schedule, Sorensen said. PRINTS from page 1 southwest area where five local college students were found murdered in August, said Robin Blumner, executive director of the American Civil liberties Union of Florida. Bluner said Tuesday the ACLU has been investigating several police stops in southwest Gainesville by FLIP troopers who thumbprinted people, particularly white males, who were walking or traveling on mopeds and bicycles. "lhis was a real imposition on the constitutional freedoms of the people Save on color processing & 4x6 prints Each picture is the best it can be or we reprint it free. now! 50% off" 20%of II 4r6 Color Pinits M to to r ni ngi s RI = in oin i t r = 1.21I nm C-ast Oaks 1M1 -Ruby Tuesday entrance -11 ---il--a wfo were stopped, but since it has been stopped, the ACLU will not be pursuing any furl her legal avenues at this time,' Blumnier said Carli said the Stale Attorney's Office received several reports that officers were thumbpriling iflproperly, prompting Register to issue the memo A lot of people are inherently coerced by a unIform and our officers need to be aware of that when they stop people'" Csrlr said "If the officer requests to fingerprint you and you volunteer to let him, then he's within his rights Janeczko said he never volunI I I I I I I I teered his thumbprint when he was stopped earlier this month while leav ing his apartment complex on a moped. Janeczko was never issued a cita (ion, but the FHP trooper who stopped him recorded his height, weight, hair and eye color, and other physical characteristics on a card, he said. The officeralso asked him if he smoked Carlin said an illegally obtained fingerprint could be inadmissable as evidence in court and could jeopardize legal proceedings against a suspect. A V 0 @ Is' Positions Opening for Sales Assistants for The Independent Florida Alligator 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 start your advertising 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 Alligator you will gain valuable sales experience through personal contact with clients. You will learn the newspaper business from a hands-on perspective, and don't worry, 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 all those interested there will be a meeting THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, AT 5:00 PM at The Alligator, 1105 W. University Ave. usflit. ______ -----------------91 0 j s

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 199s. MAIGATR, 9 hero for the classes The Dark Knight swings ntoliterature course By Mike Bruscell Teachers have different ways of doing justice to literature. Steve Fallon uses Batman. Fallon teaches Writing About Literature at UP, and has used lie Dark Knight Returns," a collected volume of four 1986 comic books starring Batman, for two semesters. 'hey think I'm just going to show them this funny book," Fallon said of his students, mostly freshmen. O(But) they come out of it learning more about the structure of literature.* 'Te graphic novel examines an older, more bitter Batman's re-emergence after 10 years in retirement. ne hero returns to a city hinged on apocalypse, haunted by teenage mutant street gangs and his greatest villains. Fallon, 28, stopped collecting comics as a teenager, but mad "Dark Knight" after a student recommended it in Spring 1989. Drawn into the novel by author Frank Miller's characterization of Batman as a grim, violent avenger torn between an obsession for justice and a death wish, Fallon researched Batman's evolution from 1950s do-gooder into an 1980s punishing machine. "I think Miller's trying to show us more the modern hero,' Fallon said. "He's got a psychologically complex hero in a socially complex world. I think our comic books are now catching up to our society." Fallon, who has won several teaching awards as a UP graduate student, said instructons devoted to traditional literary works probably wouldn't enjoy the novel, but he's received support from UF faculty. M'here probably are some curmudgeons who wouldn't like what's on my syllabus,' Fallon said. "(But) they've allowed me some pretty good ]eeway." Ma students begin rVding "Dark Knight" about a comic ook s literary value, but Fallon said most find elements to enjoy or appreciate. When Fallon asked his two classes whether the novel qualified as literature, they all raised their hands. At first when I started reading it, I didn't want to read It at all," said UF freshman Jennifer Hilgenfeldt, 18. "But I got into it so fast. In the movie, you never saw Batman thinking." it was actually a challenging novel," sid UF freshman Peter Ristine, I. "It's got a lot deeper storyline and plot than the other comics do. it's a whole novel. "You also get something out of it" RStlne said. "I don't know If I want to say a moral, but a lesson -that everybody has another side to themselves that has to take control! Plagued by the murder of his parents Miller's Batman strikes out against Anerica's senadngviceand corruption, personified by vain, manipulative media stars, liberal psychologisa blind to their patients' overwhelmbig psychoses and a dottering U.S. president resembling Ronald Reagan. Miller's drawings enhance the book's kinetic storytelling -his sketches become grittier and less-defined as Batman and his city slip into chaos. The book's influence extended be. yond comic publishing and into motion pictures, such as 1989's Batman, whose script included references to Dark Knighi," and this year's RoboCop 2. which Miller wrote. A flagship work in a wave of comics with high aspirations, "Dark Knight* helped spur a more serious lock at the medium by academicians. Mighigan State and Ohio State universities are compliling comprehensive archives of comics work and Columbia University scheduled an academic conference on the subject for next year. While the mature approach and adult themes earned rave reviews from publications such as Rolling Stone, some of Fallon's students found themselves easy targets for teasing. OI was at the library last night and I was getting totally ragged on." said 19-yearold freshman Karen Combs. The first extended work he's assigned his two classes. Fallon said he hopes his students success wi4th literary techniques in Dark Knight' will help them better understand it lure assignments, such as fhe Floing Opera" by John Barth. and Matthew Arnold's Tover Beach." Fallon said he probably will use "Dark Knight' next semester, but after that he will replace it #ith another novel, perhaps a comic. Pleased with his students' grasp of the book's symbols and nralive, Fallon said he saw new ideas within the text thanks to their observations. "It's not really so much about collecting things Its about proving points," Fallon said. they'vee given me some good Ideas. I love it vrhen they show me something they havenrt seen before. I'm probably a very weird person to enjoy it as much as I do,' Fallon said of leaching. "It's a very Immediate fulfillment. I just love seeing thatlearning process, the educational preat" Steve Fallon discusses the Batman book with his English class. BAlAN Th Dark Knight Rume I CopyrightC lss DC Co ri k Inc ; a rew nv I A

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10, ALUGAmJ* WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 19M BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND II I gator lassifieds FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED Housing Available I blk to UF coed co Ao all till paid roe ac. 10 meals weekly parking. laundry. $210 per Ho .C 1 0 117 NW 15th Si 377 4269 12 14 62 1 Wanted f/t rn/S for own room in large 4bdrm he. Close to UF ONLY $lSilmonthill Call 373-8012 nowl I 11 5 5 1 FOR RENT: 2 UNFURNISHED Stroll 10 UF from this 2BR efficiency In Cdude some utilities $275 Key Managemenu 372 3060 10 31-5 2 Walk to Santa FE CC, 1 BOA $270 $2811 2 BOA $335. NEW jownhouse $440 SeC PiusLMA Pool lauindr no cat.or doom Santa Fe Trace ApIs 378 1190 12 14 762 Oak Glade ASte near /F 9 VA. quiet washer/dryer available in most units for $20 o Cat. Allowed I8 28, I 4 2 Bath $250 $375, sec a lmr 372-6422 12 14 75-2 INCREDIBLE Elficiency ApI Starling al105 Sharing at 82M I 2 Bedroom ME ADEOWO AES 1,0 NW 3th Ave 378-3968 375-311 2 14 78-2 Check Our No. Specuils All Amenupilies Avai. FURNISHED unifUMrNIT Roomurate$ Available Were No I REGENCY OAK(S 37"167" 3230 SW Archer Rad" COUNTRY GARDENS 373-4500 2001 SW fth Stree 12-44-76-2 SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM APT ONLY $273/MO LYONS APT 400 SI 20t AV. 377-797 124-76-2 1 bedroom apartment, tarnished or urith wished, rent negotiable WILLIAMS BURG VILLAGE 371-253 12-5-30-2 PETS ORlHIll Grest NW 1 bdr duplex apt w yard Economical gas heat, paddle Ian. a/c $259hoe 373-5010 10-31 a 2 Nine month lease for tOi SW 20A apt near shopping ConI air. now point $285 Key Managemeni 372-3060 1031-5-2 Attactive 2bdrtIba 2nd-floor ept in a quad $275 3002 NW *th ST call 3737132 10-31-6-2 Foxmoor TV 28R I 5 BA Dishwasher. hook-ups, near 34 SI shopping, UF Pool complex $450 Key Management 372. 3060 10-31-5-2 Southfork Oaks 2R I 1/28A, dishl washer, hook-ups, pool, vericale Near Uf, VA. and Shands. 6450 Key Managemont 372-3060 10-31-5-2 2 bedroom apt. prime location, 1 block from campus MIst rent ftimediatelyf 440/mO Call 377-6050 11-2-6-2 FMJ RENTII On. berom, central air et quiet cul-de-sac One month free Villager West Call 371-7777 10-31 4-2 ALOHA GARDEN APTS lovely 1-2-3 br, all amenities. near Stands. VA. Sihoppi g300 SW Archtr RD 377-0656 11-115-2 FOR RENT: UNFURN. ONE MONTH FREE plus water and heat paid on one bedroom a '524 NW 4* Ae w tUF College Park 37; ;;77 1'4 2 FREE IETi One monih free on studio and one bedroom spartments Walk to UF College Park 371-7777 10+31+4-2 Apt for Penl in Ihe Laurels 2br/2ba washidry. a/c o Huge clubhouse W/evry thing ill Avail Dec Call 335 9945 112 5 2 COUNTRY LIVING by 34SI Plaza 28A Duplex Ouer wooded area Air, pets a V $275 KEY MANAGEMENT 372 30 10-31 32 2bd/1bA house $275 Ouiet neighborhood. close to UF A Shands, spacious nice yard 377-7485 leave message 111 3-2 2 bedrooms lot fent in house for quiet nis Student bike to UF. nose yark. no Alc $150 ent $150 deposit, 1/3 ut9i 3783371 10 31 2 2 BRANDYWINE 2 bod/2 bath Available now $475 per month Phone 373-5569 lop delei. 11 6 5 2 Ap avail now 2bd, d/w, porch, 5375-00. avail Dec 2bd. porch, W/d, d/*, $385, I bd. $275 all W/ cent h/a. fans. 373-0701 Duplex apt .I LR. Kit bathAC/heal. 3 blocks from UF, I bk off Univ Ave $225 00 mo plus security Also 2 BS, AFrame $250 00 plus security Call 3361839 11 1410 2 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE Arredordo Farms rentals from $260 fact water mowe, garbage pick up. lawn main Also some great buys Quiet' Will take long term travel trailers 37a-9291 Open weekends too 12-14 47-3 Tred ol your pomat For sali 86 foot Nova 3 bdr/2 Do spotless Quiet. safe area Call collect a13 734 7016 11-2 10 3 Duplex apt Ibr Ir ki, bath. ac/heal, 3 blocks for UF, I bi afl Univ Ave $225 00 ma plus security, also 2 br, a rams $250 00 plus security Call 3381039 I1 14 10 2 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/Afl. La it, lbs hestiac, washer/dryer. dish washer Last & security paid SAFE GUARDED PLACE 392-4722/472-2028 after 500pm 10-31-5.4 Sublease M/F 2 rooms avail in abd/Zbtt apt in Country Village Avail 1-01 $1S0S186mth Call Lynn 336-4354 or Stel 376 9478 10-31-5-4 Sublet I bedroom apt throu g July g1 Next to pool PETS ALLOWED Close to UF A shopping, 750 square lot Archer Woods Call 372-2424 119-11-4 Colonial Manor-furnished apt. on* bedroom Nov-Aug 91 $285 sem*, Close to UF $200 sec dep. Call 372-7111 11-65-4 FurnihedonetdraptoneblkfromUF mi he beautiful SW $3d&Mte. October free Call Tim 372-7111 o dro by CalemntaManerere $to 10-3l1-4 Sublet I bedroom furnished r unfurnisTed api In Widmeadows Available 1/01 $100 off 181 months rent. Call 336-7997 1*14-10-4 5 ROOMMATES *RANDYWINE* N/S Fern needed to share room. 8160/mon. + / sUii fully/licely turn, many Mres-l noir 373-0024 Il-I1t-5 ROOMMATES TREEHOUSE VILLAGE Roommates available Reserveyour room for OHMn Bue .ervcs Mo UF aM SFc Furn or unfurn 6175-6250 per roommatermoll, W Property Mgnrt Inc Realtor 375"M70 F to share w/ semens or smoker, mrsFar bdr in clean 2 bdr 112 ba twnhse, "eer Shards $242/mo 1/2 util + 112 sac. pets Ok Jodi 370-7828 10-315 Need F roommate to share 2bdr/2ba O. fot Manor apt Call '13 725 5770 11. 2-7-S Aockwood Vils-rmmt needed lor own rulty turn briba Nc. 3be aba condo wpali amenities 8225who Call 338-0332 1031 -s Roommate needed ASAP 10 share very nice 2bdrl2ba condo w fireplac. 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Ok Very secure house cal Kathy 377 7109 Ova Wissem p/n lS OS Laid-back but sudious roominate to share 2 bdr house, female preferred $148/mo + 112 until Dep A last month rent req Close 10 campus, behind Nor man Pals allowed Leave message 375 5451 11-2-S-S NOV 151 Im rmt 230+1/2&daposit COSyT house, washerndryer, no weirdot. press* call Leslie 375-2372 11-2-5-5 Roommate wanted N/S to share 4 bed. room 3 bath house wilh pool A hot tub. wash/dry 275.00 includes *ll 373-3247 11-2 5-S Roommate $100 month. inclu utillies. Tower Road Call 332-07 Discouni for housekeeping. 11-2-4o5 SPYGLASS -M!F for own bd/be in 3 bedroom apt WeO plus al amenities 6257fMo+I/3utl. $100 desp Call Robert us -3196 115--5 Female waled to share 2bd house 2 dogs In fenced yard 5 mn to UF Sl7dmo # 1/2 w 375-025 11-2-4 5 Needed ASAP Female n/s to rent Own room in 4br 2ba lurnished apt $100 dePosit A Only Si/im3 alarm SYStei in Clideod call lkkio @335-SI46 *t-2-3.5 Male roommates 3 block. 0 UF. $120 double. $17-200 single Includes vilieal Share kitchen and baths WH0 370-8122, 370-6552 11-15-12.5 ROOMMATE NEEDED Walk to UF 2briba $175College Park 371-7777 1Q31 23 5 6 FOR SALE TYPERWERVarityper 5410, 2 Disk drivioe. I HIM sees, 2 fhinm canr, Factay recwnd edunused In past 2 ag. Peaect log sal yeen jobs Good mains er small shop. System inciues 2 roflSa In. WCfln a font dIsks. $3,M O6. Call The Atligator at 37"N Sr Inf Alpie, Kenwee4 "y and 30 more brhde a. aNSe n. w Laeainlicar *aeveaSpeelaestWNSMW iStO73. 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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER3199.AJIGAmR. 1 FOR SALE 2400 BD MODEM $98 WORD PERFECT $135 CALL ELITE 335-1300. 11 6 44 6 RUGS AND CARPETS Affordable rem nants for your dorm or apartment We deliverl Rays Rugs 535SW 4n Ave 3775255 0 blocks E of campus 11 14 20 6 *Light up Clipboard' take and read notes in dark it holds letter or Legal sue paper and uses two AA BAtteries $23 PPD Write to Sylbert Jones International Trade 115 W 162 Street Bronx NY 10452 117-12-5 CUSTOM COMPUTERS 28612 wrl meg ran, 43 mop hard drive, graphic monitor $000 Other systems available 332 8333 11-19-1586 ODEL 20 GAL FISH TANK I month old with hood and light $70 obo call Sieve 335-5906 10-31-5-0 Must seill One-way ticket from Gaines villa to Denver on 0oc 23, 1990 $160 Jimmy 374-0250 after 2 3Opm or beeper 374-1283 Is message 10-31-56 WATER PURIFIER Brand new Paid $175 MUST SELL CHEAP 8125 or besi otter 377-1724 11 1--8 COMPUTERMacintosh SE-20 mb HO, I mb RAM. 1 4 mb super drive, carrying Case, solware 1 year old $2.000 454 4932 11-54 DOUBLE BED MATTRESS, only $3511' obo Call 375-3107 10-31-2 8 FOR SALE SAFARI AUDIO toraltOfyourcar stereo needs Come see the experts a, Salar Audio 4''0 SW 34tH Si 03, 33 1128 11 9 9 6 Car Stereos Precision Power 504 Amp (2) Fesgate Pro 15Sub. 12) Orion High Current amps (2) 12' Sabs (2) Kicker 12 Subs 338 1128 11 3-54 BATMAN Just in iimefor halhoween Have cape and cowell, paid 110 Taking offers, call 335 1190 1031-28 S&W stereo speakers, bookshelf size, 2way, excel cond, $185/pr Sears rOwerlmulti gym barely used $50 Call 378-4137 11 1 3 6 YOUR FLORIDA COLLEGE RING The ring that's cast from 'dep.dlmensAen" dies for the bet quality of deal Josiansl There is a difference. look for It UnIvrsily Book & Supply 10 31 1 0 Connelly HP tournament slalom ski W/ double Hi wrap boots cover Inch Worth 350 selling tor 250 Also wet suit & scubaBC 3349533 11656 WATERBED Ouer' size, everything in ciuded sheers healer etc $80 Call Brian 375 1671 leave message i 2 3-6 Plane nickel ro Orlando 10 Boston on Nov 7, 1 way 90 obo Call Erika at 376 3314 on Fri 236 0872 11 5 4 6 Tickets Jax to Providence and return Nov 21 25 Best ofter 376-s89 115Furniture dresser, double chair book shell and others THE rSlLE 1301-611 wete rjlxon, I Pete bed, desk 376-5869 FOR SALE One 4 month old oTTimberline mountain bke,. greal condition $280 Cal1 377 0209 111I 86 10 AUSURN'FLORIDA 'eke's together Call 904 654-4141 and ask jor Tim 1 1 2 56 Mouna n bike 17Panasonic wi Shimano mmi 1hTypertildo O5'r05 hardly ridn rull $300 373 0876 also Concord Car ate ro $17 11 2 3 Black trek racing bike 19" frame N'shkr racing bike 21' blue/whi Both have Shimano components kept indoors ex cellenI coud, SI76 eact. for moro into 378 7853 11 238 STUCK without STICKS Harvest Music always has 2 ora Slicks and Strings 377 4249 U F Plaza 1 1 26 7 REAL ESTATE Home for sale? Land for sale? Buyers Market? Don I let an opportunity to sell your property pass you by' Alligator Cla, sifieds ofers you ihe cheapest way ho keep your real estate Jn the public eye Where else can you keep your property in the market for as title as Four dollars a day? To make it even easier, you can place your ad over the phone all you need is a valid Visa or MasterCard Call 373 FIND loday 10 Place your ad Take over payments no equity rE Condo 2bd,2ba Let t pay for Oaks Mail area ORft style stud wash/dry porch Call 407-862 95 2 47 by Btt Schroeder a E TN6'S FOR SURE.,. quired college ar-s 8 MOTORCYCLES. 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Beetle 1972 Must see coMp1eieiy restored $6000 or beat oiler 3714131 or see at 1132 S Main 1II a Ford Mustang 1974 New timing chain brake$ EsIr. starter allernator Runs $300 Call 378-2067, ask for Rick 1031 4 9 Nissan 300ZX 1986 5 speed armtape, air, Top excellent condition $8500 or best oiler Call 332 8473 11 19-10 9 1987 Mercury Sable 4dr LS pwr door locks, seats, windows a/c auto whi x i/blue int am/rm tape Exc cond must sell best offer 334-5053 TI O2 9 Craig Baxter 111Mt Tow (Nr f grdi "r AM #Ait stnW?o. n u,'r S a up gr tI NI'fi ThAT kil t1Y fl a Mae sarl ?stornIfi* Amp I WCWS.C*iM~nI~kLPflAYD&In? nkt rmUML.U*W 0O.Jrn* it~IN 7lggrayerf~ir~I.a'pju m&Latn.nd.r* U e ASIIJY it!r 1iUl'offelMlt Fm51n.wreftA MotjIf9ML I-de-pAtflhnMawMMfrLriI en Ulfltr for, ,adtA,)" .off A Plus NotesTM .5 of We will no longer be distributing coupons on campus. 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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, IM, AI.;GAYR. IS NOTEBOOK from page 1s "I consider (Dye) one of the best coaches in the country," Spurrier said, "His team. have never been in a fight like some of our Florida teams do on a regular basis. "Auburn has taken lot olverbal garbage from Florida State the last three years. Being in the SEC, usually you save yourself for the conference games. Thats your goal. I guess. they figured they'd give it everything they had to win that (FSU) am. Matthews #1 In offense One duel within the war Satur. day will be between the SEC's two most productive quarterbacks. MYERS SERVICE CENTER WE SPECIALIZE ONLY IN TOYOTAS CALL AND ASK ABOUT OUR LOW PRICES 376m6752 UF quarterback Shane Matthews leads the SEC and is 11th in the country in total offense, with 247 yards a game. Matthews' 137 5 efficiency rating is second in the conference, 10th in the country Auburn quarterback Stan White is second in the SEC in total offense, fifth in efficiency. Saturday's contest also will feature a backfield battle. Errict Rhett and Willie McClendon are fifth and ninth, respectively in the SEC rushing race. Auburn boasts three, JamesJoseph (seventh), "Lectron" Williams (10th) and Stacy Danley (16th), in the top 16. UF safety Will White's six inter. ceptions continue to lead the country. 1029 W. Univ. Ave GATORS Irom page 16 SEC selection last season and was second on the team in scoring. McGhee (6-oot-2) and Lang (6. 2), the Gators' version of the twin towers, averaged 9.3 and 89 points a game last season, respectively. They provide UF with a sold presence in the low-post positio as. Although these four provide a solid nucleus Gators, Rosa said the lineup is far from set. players for the starting "Rhvonja and Sophia will be there somewhere," Ross said. "Otherwise it's wide open." One of those wide-open posi376-4594 In .Ja__ tions is point guard With the departure of Camille Ratledge, who finished her career as the SEC's all-time leader in assists, Ross said there isavoid to fill at the position. And Ross said the position will have to be filled adequately, if the Gators plan on using her wide open, fast-paced style of play. "The faster the better, but with control," Ross said. Ross' philosophy is simple The Gators will use a full-court pressure defense to create offense in the form of easy transition baskets. However, a transition offense may be difficult without a capable point guard leading the way. Several candidates are competing for The Acer Computer the position. Returning guards include Delmanetta Barlow and Delmae Darling. Fighting for time will be freshmen Amanda Butler, Kerry Cremeans and Latasha Garrison With over half of the Gators' roster occupied by either freshmen or sophomores, another problem for the Gators may be a lack of experience on the bench. Besides Ratledge, the Gators also lost Ann Glase and Cassandra Washington. two of their better performers. Frontline players Teresa Brown, Elizabeth Maxwell, Jennifer Montgomery and Candie Wilkie make up the rest of the Caters team. or -EL__I____________ System Representative will be in the Educational CIRCA Demo Room (CSE 520) on Thursday November 1, 1990, to answer any questions you may have and to provide you information about the Acer Educational Program. You are welcome to stop by between 10 A.M. We will be losed for Inventory Wednesday, October 31 PiMgg nva usf or aNyouroffeandart s"wei Aariftw. and naming when we roeps Nonembr 1. It and 5 P.M. I C' Lr r -. HALLOWEEN SUPPLIES S50% OFF ASHIMA'S Attention Students Take A Good Food Study Break. CV Aithway OatmeIal C4CC) makea great studyhbrak. Ounce fwrounce, Arehway Cookies are owermf, sdum, ndaloies than moet other cook, s., Thyre made wilh naturally nutrntious oatmeal and -food ets like dat., nuts rain apples, and cat bran. Enjoy your next study break with Amerieas favwite oatmeuj codka., Archway. The Good Food Cookde. FREE COOKIES -. Caap y Archway Cahn at hx m.e DICK TRACY J.W.R.U. Audum Nd emberi2 & 3 7:00 p~m Too .4 w a g.y to w.r a condom? Epectilly if yot don't know him wI1? Than hi's .c that kind o guy ya auM atk .the an. you don't know well. Don't mea. a mistak, that could nin your life.

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SPORTS UF's Kruger leads Gators into season Since everyone gives something on Halloween, it's time to give you, the "THREE COUNT" reader, a chance to impress friends and loved ones with your knowledge of today's column topic. Answer the following question. What is today's Halloween column about? A. How much candy and beer one person can mix on Halloween night without puking, B. Why professional wrestlers dress like it's Halloween every day of the year C. What costume Steve Spurrier will wear tonight (rumor has it he will be a large avocado), D. Men's basketball at UF. Even though the other three topics are more timely, D' is the correct answer. so Alex Marvez THREE COUNT UF coach lon Kruger and his players met with the media Tuesday in a function called, shockingly enough, "Media Day." It's a scary thought (note the Halloween allusion), but basketball season starts Nov 15 when the Gators play host to an exhibition game against Athletes in Action. Nothing earth-shattering was said about the team Tuesday, but Kruger's playing style alone is enough to get excited about. Forget about the Don DeVoe slow-down offense that helped eliminate insomnia for the 7,000-or-so spectators who bothered to attend each game last season The players want to run The fans want the Gators to run. Most importantly, Kruger wants the Gatoys to run. And seeing he's the coach. wWe're going to make every effort to (run)," Kruger said. "It's something that, ideally. we want to do, it's something we want torecrvittoand somethingtheplayers want to do." Guard Renaldo Garcia has quickly become one of the leading advocates of Kruger's offense. "It's a much faster tempo," said Garcia, a senior. "If we execute it effectively, it will work. It can cause a defense a lot of problems. It also utilizes everyone's talents to the utmost." Everyone realizes, though, the new offense won't solve all the Gators' problems. Kruger admits his frontcourt may be the smallest in the Southeastern Conference with Dwayne Davis (6-foot-?). Livingston Chatman (6-7) and Stacey Poole (6-6). There's a lack of depth as well. The backcourt isn't set, either. Seeing action at point guard in practice have been Garcia, Scott Stewart and BJ. Carter. But even if the Gators don't better their 7-21 mark from last season (and they would have to be awful not to do that), basketball has become fun again, trying to score instead of running down the clock. "last year, it got real bad," Garcia said. wit got to the point where everyone was bickeringabout what the new coaches were doing. "This year, we've grown very close in a short period of time. "So far. So good." Top four scorers back for women By MARC LAROZE Alligator Writer New UF women's basketball coach Carol Ross will be depending on the top four scorers from last eason's team to lead UF again this season. But despite the team's experience. Ross knows that the key to her team's success les with three magic letters -SEC. The Southeastern Conference, considered the toughest conference in women's basketball, is loaded with great teams. Auburn has been to the past three NCAA Tournament championship games, and other teams, such as Tennessee and Mississippi, are nearly as tough. The competition levei in the SEC is all too familiar to Ross. Before coming to UF in April, Ross spent the past seven seasons as an Auburn assistant coach. The past five of those years she was Auburn's top assistant and chief recruiter. She also played collegiate basketball for Ole Miss, breaking school records for steals in a game (11), season (135) and career (333). Ross feels a lot of hard work will have to be done to put UFon the same level as some of the other conference teams. Although the Gators return their top four scorers from a squad that finished 15-13 last season, UPs best record in five years, they were only 1-8 in conference play. "Realistically, there is a lot of work to be done, but I'mup for the challenge and I think the players are too," Ross said The top returning players include senior forward Rhvonja Smith, senior guard Sophia Witherspoon, junior center Erika Lang and sophomore center LaTonya McGhee. Smith led the Gators in scoring and rebounding thepast two seasonsand averaged 15 points and eight rebounds a game last season She was a second-team All-SEC selection last year. Witherspoon also was a second-team Allsee Gator, page 15 ADRIAN DEW~S UF basketball player LaTonya McGhee Is one of several players with experience frm last year's team. Culpepper: the weight is up, thank you very much UF defensive tackle Brad Culpepper has an announcement regarding his weight, "The next time I see (in the newspaper) that I weigh 250 pounds, I'm going to fire bomb your house and slash your tires," the 260-pound Culpepper said politely, NOTEB0 no, Grey Doyel Culpepper's announcement stems from thereputation UF's defensive line hasgained a. being smallish. Against Tennessee, UPs front averaged about 30 pounds less a man than the Volunteers' offensive line. Auburn's front is also big. Culpepper has been listed at 250 pounds and senior defensive end Mark Murray at 233 pounds. "But that was in last year's media guide," Culpepper said. "I've worked hard to get up to 260. Mark Murray weighs 245 pounds, not 230-something.' Three of Auburn's linemen weigh 280 pounds or more. "My 260 is still small compared to 290.' Culpepper said. "But it's better than 250." Foothrawl Saturday's game-ending brawl with LUtsiana State, coupled with a last-second loss to Auburn two weeks ago, has Florida State coach Bobby Bowden wondering if his team is on the Southeastern Conference hit list. Bowden made that remark Sunday after his team trounced LSU. But Auburn coach Pat Dye, whose Tigers beat the Seminoles for the first time in four years, said his team is clean. I don't want to comment on anything like that" Dye said. "But I will say that in the 10 years I've been at Auburn, my players have never been involved in an altercation on the field. And if you check the record, we've won as many games over the last 10 years as anybody." UF coach Steve Spurrier defended Dye while taking a playful poke at Miami and FSU, which started the brawl with LSU see notebook, page 15 vefltybal team ls" to Flu Time UP vflkybell -. winning anltis ended at si SU a n Final Ida Slate deaed the Gltors for the mend tins this season day night In Tallahae. 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