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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 81 FRIDAY, JANUARY 12,1990 Tallahassee..5Can
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"Ht loves a challenge and thrives on pressure. He's been in
other programs that have not had great athletes, but he has
developed those young men into winners that. can compete
against the best athletes there are. He has the ability to relate
his success and his way winning to his players. And that's
what coaching and winning are all about. That, to me, is the
secret to Steve Spurrier's;; success."
Allen Trammell, UF halfback, 196365By

MIKE DAME
Stephen Orr Spurrier landed on the UF cam A 00 97
When in 1963, few envisioned the impact he would
on Gator football. But the modest quarter- '
from Johnson City,Tenn.,quickly displayedhis J 4Y .y. K 3r
greatness, becoming the school's only Heisman Trophy S4 1
winner and capturing an eternal place in the hearts of Gator
faithful along the way.
Now, some 23 years later, Spurrier has come home to
coach the team he served so well. His pledge: To propel y'W
UF's football program past Florida State University and the Hk
University of Miami as the best this state has to offer.
And why not? Everything Spurrier has touched has k I Illf,
turned to gold. rx
In the mid-1980s, during three seasons as coach of the
Tampa Bay Bandits of the now-defunct United States Foot- a "
ball League, Spurrier led the franchise to a 35-19 record
and two consecutive playoff appearances. The past three
seasons at Duke University, Spurrier resurrected the Blue
Devils with his wide-open offense and guided them to their
first Atlantic Coast Conference title since 1962.
But,as the adage goes,you can't live on reputation alone.
Spurrier, 44, faces several demanding challenges at his
troubled alma mater
Can he repair UF football's tainted public image? Can he t 1
fulfill his promise of graduating 70 percent of his players? .
Can he convince potential high school recruits that UF, a Yr
school mired in an ongoing NCAA investigation,is the ideal
athletic and academic institution for them?
Can Spurrier revive Gator football?
The consensus is a resounding "Yes."
"You don't see the kind of person Steve really is becauseof
the glare of his coaching accomplishments," said Chris
Kennedy,academic coordinator in the Duke athletic depart-
ment. "People who know him will tell you there's more to
him than you think there is."
The 'Golden Boy'
The good ol' Gator days are back."
Gay McDonald, wife of UF attorney Tom McDonaldwho
negotiated Spurrier's contract
The clock was ticking down in the 1966 UF-Auburn
contest,and like the familiar script to an old movie,quarter-
back Steve Spurrier knew the task that lay before him.With
the score tied at 27, the Gators faced fourth down, and a err.
long field goal would give UF the victory.
After a masterful two-minute drill by Spurrier that
brought UF inside the 40-yard line, the, Gators' senior SUZETTE COOK ALLIGATOR
quarterback called timeout and strode to the sideline to New head football coach Steve Spurrier said he plans to make UF football the best the state has to offer.

confer with Coach Ray Graves. Both Graves and Spurrier .. ,. .. '' ''_, ',". '. '' ,' .. .. c"
agreed: The field goal was out of kicker Wayne Barfield's .' : : :,.' ,: =: :.:. :!: : :' : _' : _:. : : g.
range. So Spurrier waved his teammate off the field and
booted the only field goal he ever attempted.The 40-yarder proved his dedication to the coaching profession."It his priorities in life rested with coaching.
defeated Auburn 30-27.( broke my heart when he decided to go to Florida," Since then,Spurrier has developed a sparkling image and
"It's just that innate. God-given ability of leadership, of said Jackie Shankle, a staff assistant with The Iron Dukes, staggering success as head coach at Tampa Bay and Duke.
believing in himself," said Trammell, UF Letterman's Club Duke's booster club. "He's a great man and he has the best But can he perform the same magic at UF?
"He made else believe,and the reason all convinced that good coach said
president. everybody offensive mind in the country. He's a laid-back sort of man, "We're Spurrier's a ,
he made everybody else believe is because he performed." but he works very hard. You don't realize how hard he's UF political science senior Chris David. "When (my room-
After Spurrier's playing days,however,many. doubted he working because of his personality." mates and 1) first heard that he got offered the job, we got
could become a successful coach. together and called Duke and asked to speak to Coach
Early in his coaching career,Spurrier was known as"the During his 10-year( professional football career with the Spurrier. He wasn't there, but we left a message with his
Francisco 49ers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Spurrier
missedan San 'Please come coach our Gators because we'd
the when
country club coach. Rare was day Spurrier No No secretary,
afternoon on the golf course, and several early critics spent his! off-seasons relaxing in Gainesville.of the links.job. really appreciate it and if you come, we'll take you out to
hour hour playing
tagged him as the golden boy sorely lacking the work ethic career plans. Just upon
necessary in becoming a successful teacher of the game. When he landed his first coaching job in 1978 as.an_ see Spurrier, page 7
U'J1 a That perception vanished as his success grew and he assistant to UF head coach Doug Dickey, he soon realized
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2. ALLIGATOR, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12.1990POLICE


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& Kentucky Fried Robbery G Man Beaten With RockAn OO

Gainesville police are still investigating a Tuesday argument in a church parking lot early Wednes-
night armed robbery at Kentucky Fried Chicken, day morning left a Gainesville man with cuts, bruises
1231 E University Ave., LL Sadie Darnell said. and four missing teeth, Darnell said.
An unidentified black male wearing a pantyhose on Christopher Allen Bohr, 21, was found bleeding in
his head a red-orange hooded sweatshirt and dark St. Augustine's Catholic Student Center's parking lot aMOONSTRUCK
pants demanded money from the cashier at about at about 2 am by a Gainesville police officer. Darnell 1
8:30.: The suspect left around the back of the building, said Bohr was beaten after an argument with an
running east near the In-N-Out restaurant on South unidentified white male.
west Second Avenue, Darnell said. After arguing with the man, Bohr got in a car with
Although witnesses did not see a weapon, the friends to leave. The man then approached the car
suspect's hand was wrapped in a bag, leading policeto holding a rock. Bohr got out of the car and started
believe he was armed, Darnell said. Police describethe arguing with the man again. The suspect then hit
suspect as 6 feet 1 inch tall, in his 20s and weigh Bohr in the face with a large rock, Darnell said.
ing about 200 pounds. He was treated at Shands Hospital and released.
-MIKE BRUSCELL


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Day: Alccc\ Hastings will Medical Program Orientation, a pro- will sponsor a Martin Luther King, affected the
speak Monday at noon atTigcrt Hall gram to help get an early start on Jr. Awards Celebration on Friday supposedly by
for the Martin Luther King Day medical school, will meet Tuesday night at the Holiday Inn-University influence of the moon ;
celebration. A march down Univer. night at 7 in the Communicore Big. Center. Tickets available at Little
sity Avenue will follow( Call 392- Room C-l-11. Call 3923071. Hall Room 452. Call 3739376.Les crazed, lunatic, dazed.
08J5. Sabbath Services: Hillcl Foundation United meets Saturday at 2 Club will meet tonight at 5 in the a Do you have any

Sabbath Services, Reform and p.m. in McGuire Village Common Orange & Brew. Call 395-8690. of these symptoms? ::
Conservative, will be held tonight at Room. Call 392-0274. Dance: UF Folk Dancers will
/ at 16 NW 18 St. Call 372-2900. Awards celebration: The Black meet tonight at 8 in the Norman
Medical Honors: Junior Honors Graduate Student Organization
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I Minorities hurt by CLASTResults TOUGHER CLAST

Falling rates for UF students taking the College Level Academic Skills
show higher failure rates for blacks HispanicsBy Test increased after the standards were raised August 1.In 1.
March 1989, 2,667 whites 172 blacks and 170 Hispanics took the
CHRISTY HARRIS would affect the math test too be- for the general population, it is CLAST. In October 1989, 1665 whites, 196 blacks and 99 Hispanicstook
cause they have to read and assim- not." the test.
Alligator Writer
ilate the instructions. Robinson said preparation for
With more UF students having All state university students the CLAST at UF isn't adequate, 50%
failed the CLAST since standards must pass the CLAST-a fourpartexam and that scores won't improve until 7M March 1989 MM October 1989

were raised last August, some ad- covering math, reading, changes are made.
ministrators say the test is unfairto grammar and writing skills be- "The difference with an institu- 40% 38%
minorities, who were especiallyhard fore receiving an associate's de- tion like UF is that it is a research-
hit.Results. gree or advancing to upper division based institution," he said. There 32%
from the Oct.7 College study. is not a lot of emphasis on reme-
Level Academic Skills Test show The minimum passing score was dial-based preparation." 30%
that although fewer UF students raised last year from 270 to 295 in But UF may not need as much
failed than projected with the reading and English skills and remedial preparation as other
higher standards, blacks and math was raised from 275 to 285. schools. Webb said most of UPs 20% 19%
I Hispanics' failing rates increased The passing essay score will be students already were scoring at "
almost twice as much as whites'. raised from four to five this year the new levels on the math section 13%
Administrators say there are sev- and math will be raised to 295 in and they fared better than any of 4f
eral reasons for the lower passing 1991. the other state schools' students. 10% 5 '; 8%

rates. Jeaninne Webb, director of the "Statewide, our students per-
Minority Student Affairs Dean Office of Instructional Resources, form so much better on this exam q
Willie Robinson said part of the said the most meaningful differ- than those at other institutions," 0%
reason for lower minority scores is ence in scores was seen in the Webb said. White Black Hispanicsource

culturally different learning styles English language skills section of Keith Legg, interim academic :Office of Instructional Resources
for blacks and Hispanics. the test. affairs associate vice president,
"Part of the problem is due to "It has traditionally been an easy said those who do fail usually pass
educate motivate and not academic
signed to competency, poten-
differences in preparation, particu- test, but in order to meet the stan- the second time around.
the black community. tial and biases are worked out of
larly in urban school areas," Rob- dards (of the English language But not everyone thinks the an- protect each the
test.
inson said. skills part), students had to get so swer is taking the test again. The ACT and SAT are designedin question on
Latin American Studies Director many of those items right Webb Clifford Strong, Loyal Fraternal Princeton, New Jersey, by intel "The skills required are not extraordinary
lectuals who have little if con ," Legg said. "They're
Terry McCoy said Hispanics may Order of the 99 commandant, said any
said.Aside "
tact with the black community, needed in the work
have done worse on the test be- from the English lan- minorities will continue to do place.
said. "It's unrealistic to
cause English isn't their first lan- guage skills section,Webb said the worse on standardized tests until Strong ex- For students who do fail, pro-
them to do well. We
pect
guage. scores on the other three sections society realizes the tests are writ- reemphasize standardized tests should as\ grams specifically designed to
"They're working out of two lan- didn't decrease significantly."For ten without the black communityin "help them are available. The Of-
a measure of academic potential.!
guages and English is not neces- the person who didn't pass, mind. The Loyal Order is a na-
sarily their first," McCoy said. "It it's meaningful," Webb said. "But tional non-Greek organization de- Legg said the CLAST measures see CLAST page 4


I 3 vie for treasurer's post Tickets for George Carlin

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I, during the Feb. 14 student elec- ary processes for each college
Alligator By ANA ACLE Writer vtion.vLevine. council, and he has had two will go on sale TuesdayCarlin
said he'd like to see years experience as the execu-
Although former Student Winialski succeed him, and tive director for graduate stu- Tickets to see comedian George has appeared on Late
Body Treasurer Alan, Levine rec- added he chose Thomas and dent affairs. Carlin will go on sale Tuesday at Night With David Letterman and
ommended three names for the Siracusa because he doesn't Thomas,an accounting major, 10 a.m. at University Box Office The Tonight Show. The comedianalso
interim treasurer's post Thurs- think they will win. is Student Body President Ed and TicketMaster locations,Stu- has done seven Home Box
day, he said two of the candi- Student Senate will vote Tues- Scales' chief of staff. dent Government Productions has Office specials.
dates don't stand a chance. day on the nominations.If senate Both Thomas and Winialskisaid announced. Carlin is scheduled to Carlin's opening act has not
Levine,who resigned effective rejects all nominations, Levine they consider the nomination perform Feb. 2 at the O'Connell been scheduled, but Mateu said it
Jan. 5 to take an internship in must submit threft,more names. an honor and added they Center. probably will be a local comedian.
Orlando, recommended David Winialski is a heuroscience were chosen because Levinewas Student prices are $8.50, and Mateu said SGP might sponsor a
Winialski, Scott Thomas and Pat graduate student working, toward impressed with their past students can buy as many ticketsas competition among local comedians -
Siracusa for the vacant position.The a master's degree. He is efforts. Siracusa couldn't be they want with their fee card, with the winner opening for
interim treasurer will serve also the treasurer of the Boardof reached for comment. said SGP Chairman Raul Mateu. Carlin.
in Student Government until a College Councils, a student Siracusa, a liberal arts junior, General public seats are-$14. ANA ACLE
permanent successor is chosen group that oversees the budget is a former student senator;


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Police withheld the name of the child's mother,who fluid,possibly gasoline, nearby on the floor,Pendleton Downtown Butler Plaza The Market Place Westgate
remained at large at midday. said.The 372-8421 374-8812 378-2789 378-1200
The victim,found in an abandoned apartment build blood-streaked walls also bore a Chicago
ing, was tentatively identified as Khalah E. Muham- telephone number, police said. Investigators hoped
mad, born April 8, 1980, the Cook County medical the party at the non-published number would lead
examiner's office said. them to the child's mother or shed some light on the
Police found the girl's fully clothed body lying on circumstances of the slaying.
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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UPI) A woman in the a police car as ambulance crews tried to save her life.
process of moving from her drug-ridden neighbor- She was pronounced dead at Yale-New Haven Natural Sound"Compact =. I
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Maria Jusino, 33, was shot in the stomach outsidea dealers and users. They said gunshots were common Sale $288
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The program is available to all Legg said UP tries to steer stu- portion's minimum standard going
students who need help, but is dents who need work writing es- from four to five July 31, she's RS 2001 .,
required for those who have failed says into the class. They usuallyare concerned about the effect She t.,
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said the group recommends using of composition. affairs, said UF encourages fresh- ,
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fight goes to state capital Patient Petty fans

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By MIKE CARR are treating us like little girls," said the abolition of the Women's Clinic."I .
Alligator Writer Wendy Maynard, President of Campus have 1,800 signatures, and a student get floor ticketsMore
Organized Against Rape,who will senator (Charlie Grapski) is
UF women's rights advocates are also attend the meeting with Reed. going with me,"Leggette said. "Reed than 80 Tom Petty fans who didn't back down
tired of being treated like little girls They're basically saying 'This is will see that it's a broad-based student from long lines Wednesday were able to buy floor tickets
by UF administrators, the presidentof what we are doing. Now be a good wish that the women's clinic stay as from the University Box Office,but they may have to move
UF's National Organization for little girl and go along with it'" it is." for Petty's equipment, O'Connell Center director Lionel
Women said. But Health Affairs Associate Vice Finger said students who signedthe Dubay said.Dubay .
So Friday,Joyce Leggette will take President Ken Finger, doesn't thinka petition have misunderstood said 84 extra seats went on sale about 2 p.m.
the fight to save UFs Women's Clinicto meeting with Reed is the answer. Kellett's proposal. Wednesday. The seats were reserved for Petty's sound-
the state capital. In Tallahassee, "It's unnecessary for them to go (to They are under the mistaken im- mixing board, but were made available because of the
she will try to enlist the help of State Tallahassee)," said Finger, who is pression that Kellett has proposed a demand for tickets,he said. Since Petty's production staff
University System Chancellor Kellett's boss. They have not used negative change when he will actuallybe didn't specify what seats would be reserved for the equip-
Charles Reed to stop the closing of the university system in my opinion. improving services," Finger said. ment, 0' Dome personnel set aside six rows on the floorin
the clinic, which was proposed by I have not met with any of them." front of the stage, then released half of them for sale.
Infirmary Director Boyd Kellett last But Leggette said she set up the The 1,800 signatures represent a "We, as a precaution, killed more seats than had to be
fall.Kellett meeting with Reed because she was positive feeling for a good women's done," Dubay said.
plans to abolish specialty unable to get fingers support. program, which we will keep (undera The 84 seats may have to be moved depending on where
clinics at the Infirmary and replace Finger said he would be "very sur different name) the equipment set up. If that happens, the seats will not
them with five health teams that will prised" if Reed tried to influence his be moved off the floor, Dubay said.
treat all ailments. decision to support Kellett's proposal. The Tallahassee meeting is the Many who waited in line for tickets Wednesday were
"UF officials are saying, 'don't Kellett works through the UF president most! recent move by campus NOWto surprised they got floor seats. UF sophomore Eric Brown
worry little girls; everything will be Finger said. fight the clinic's abolition.Students got in line at about 10:30: a.m., hours after the line had
all right,'" Leggette said. "But we Leggette said that once Reed real- protested the plan Dec.5 at a demon formed. By 2:30: p.m., Brown had a floor seat.
aren't going to take their word. We izes she is representing much more stration outside the clinic and at a "I was nervous about even getting a ticket," he said.
are going to the top." than campus NOW at the meeting,he Student Health Advisory Board meet MIKE BRUSCELL
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OPINIONSThe I






new year always brings with it a host of wishes seewhattmean

and promises. As a result, we have lots of laurels and

only a few darts. So let's enjoy the spirit of the new year III li liII
and enjoy the decade's first installment of


Darts & laurelsLAUREL


to Leonardo's Pizza By The Slice and n,
Leonardo's 706 for replacing their styrofoam pizza trays
with biodegradable, pressed-paper trays. We know the 1 \

paper is more expensive but Leonardo's is keeping the

cost just about the same by covering the trays with tin
foil. The Millhopper Square Leonardo's and about a mil-
lion other restaurants in Gainesville haven't caught on yet
but hopefully they'll get the idea.

DART to all UF Physical Plant workers who drive and

park their ugly blue pick up trucks on the SIDEWALK.

Maybe our goal of getting UF to keep traffic off campus
during the peak hours was a bit lofty considering the big-

gest offenders are UF employees. We've got to get them .
off the SIDEWALK first. We'll hang on to our dream of a Mtelxtoih 5College
safe campus, but for now we'll settle for getting two-ton .wm axsmvwt \

trucks off the SIDEWALKS.

LAUREL to UF's solid waste coordinator, Al Krause,
and his staff for setting up next week's phone book recy- 'cocoon' doesn't last longI

cling drive. And LAUREL to the student groups who are
volunteering to do the collecting, including the Environ- I guess it's about that time when most of us wonder
mental Action Group, the Environmental Law Society. why we ever bothered coming to college. Dropaddlines Debbie Cenziper
are miles long. Our schedules are empty, most COLLEGE
Throwing one old phone book in the garbage may not
classes are full, and our fingers and faces are per LIFEto
seem like a lot but thousands of them literally take up manently ink-stained from the spring semester
tons of valuable landfill space. The campus drive is readyto newspaper. Desperation leads to indifference as we choose from
collect 20,000 phone books 45,000 to 60,000 poundsof skim the newspaper for possible classes in "Poultry We can't beat it College is when we can really get
paper and ship them through Jacksonville to South Science," "Swahili" and "Vegetable Crops. to know ourselves and discover our potentials and

America where they will be shred for insulation material.It's It's looking pretty bad. drawbacks.
But eventually we manage to fill our schedules and Amidst our numbers there is bound to be an
a shame we couldn't recycle them at home but at
our studying, sleeping, partying routines begin anew. undiscovered congress person, scientific genius,
least someone is doing something. Bring your books It's scary when you think about how much our lives Picasso or Streisand. This is the time to cultivate our
from home and look for the dumpsters in the commuter have changed in 10 years. Thafs when I begin to dreams and take practical steps toward reaching them.
parking lots. Anyone who drops off their book with a stu- appreciate these last couple of years. College really is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

dent group at a campus site will get a coupon for a free We are no longer children. We rarely need permis- Maybe that's why some graduates are afraid to
coke from Gator Dining Service. sion from our parents to do the things we want to do. leave. Graduation is for sure the last binding link to
DART to Student Government Productions ChairmanRaul We are not quite adults and therefore have no heavy- youth and protection. It's all responsibility from there.
duty responsibilities.We I'm going to enjoy the two years I've got left here.
Mateu for making grandiose 1990 promises that hecan't
are living in this grayish world of in between, I'm sure III remember these days with longing 10
keep. We wouldn't mind if he couldn't give us the a purgatory really,far away from real life.Think about years from now when I've got a deadline at a newspaperin
best seats for the Tom Petty concert. But we do mind how lucky we are. an hour, a screaming editor whose ulcer is bigger
when he promises them and then doesn't deliver. We never again will be as free, as youthful,and as than his belly and a husband who called to say he's
Not only did he con hundreds of UF students to standin unattached as we are right now. We are existing in a bringing his parents home for dinner.
his line at the Reitz Union, he never told anyone there collegiate coCoon with a life expectancy of four years. And won't I be sorry.
would be no special priority for students. An an- We have all of life's essentials surrounding us and, These are truly the last days of youth. So enjoy
if we're lucky, they're free. Loans, scholarships or them. Live them Thoroughly. Because we all know,
would have fansin
nouncement Wednesday morning given
parents pay for schooling, apartments,bills, food and but often forget, that well never be the same again.
the back of the line the option of toughing out the waitor clothing. On the weekends,,there is a buffet of parties Debbie Cenziper is an Alligator writer.
using their two hours to run over to Sears for tickets
and probably better seats. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
.
LAUREL, reluctantly, to Mateu and his staff for get- Political science dressing,the problem instead by These spaces were only made avail-
ting Petty here in the first place. We're not sure if Petty giving majors priority status duringthe able to students with appointmentson
decided to come on his own or if Mateu is telling the needs more facultyEditor advanced registration period.As the third and fourth days of
truth when he says he worked hard to get him here. it happens, we requested drop-add.These steps help explain
: Like the author of precisely such a solution during a why spaces were still available in
(He's the one who promised us great seats, remember?) your
meeting with the Registrar last fall. most of classes 10 am.
editorial "Everybody Share, on Jan. our by
We're not really sure why Petty has been so long
away 10, the Political Science department The request was not honored, Wednesday,after most nonmajorshad
but we're glad he's coming and giving SGP the privilegeto regrets the necessity of restricting the leavingus no alternative but to hold completed departmental drop-
book him. The students could really use any extra first two days of drop-add to its the first two days of drop-add ex- add.These
cash made off this show. majors. clusively for our majors. short-term solutions are
This decision was reached because Anticipating the problems this forced upon departments like ours
ourstudents all too that have too few to satisfy
frequently would cause for non-majors, we faculty
alligatorManaging find themselves approaching took a number of steps to accom- student demands. The problemswill
Editor' graduation without being able to modate them. We voluntarily In- remain so long as Florida with-
Lucy Chabot obtain sufficient credit hours to creased class sizes by 10 percent holds funds from higher education.An .
Editor Opinions Editor meet the requirements of the over normal limits, additional sec institution that can find
major. tions taught by adjunct faculty coach
were $400,000 to pay a football
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton The root of the problem, as you scheduled and our two most heavily could also do more to meet the real
Letters Policy noted, is insufficient staffing to subscribed undergraduate courses needs of its students.
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one 8-by-10 page) They should be meet the needs of UF students who are available through Kenneth D. Wild
typed double-spaced and: signed.' They should Include a typed name address and: telephone wish to take courses in Political correspondence.The .
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause. If you have any questions call Science. Chair of polltlo.leclence
the editorial pate editor at 378-4458. department also reserved .James Burton
..:Your editorial recommended ad- some class spaces, for non-majors." Undergraduate Coordinator

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FRIDAY)JANUARY iz/iwo' ( ; ALUGXTOR.' 1

"They read my name off and a lot of people best for the Blue Devil football players.

from page 1 thought it was my son, probably Spurriersaid. "It's hard to do this job if you don't have

"But I was embarrassed about not support from coaches, because that filters
dinner at Burrito Brothers.! graduating for about 14 years until I did it. down to the players," Kennedy said. "But it

Duke students will miss Spurrier's charis- It's something I should have done a lot was always clear here that that's what came

matic image.Duke law student Steve Marks, earlier." first. If somebody needed to miss practicefor

who has attended the university for five Mike Gannon, a UF professor and former a lab or had some kind of academic

years, said Spurrier brought the fun back to associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts emergency, they could do It. If I needed him

Blue Devils football. and Sciences, gave the invocation at to punish somebody for something, he

"After about 20 years of mediocrity in Spurrier's graduation ceremony and was would do it without any problem."

Duke football, he returned respect to the surprised to see the former Gator great walk Professor Gannon said Spurrier's

Duke program," Marks said. "But Florida across the stage."I academic goals for his players can be

just has so much more to offer than Duke. was startled, and most pleasantly so, reached only by recruiting serious students.

Here, football has just been something to when I saw him anonymously among all the Kennedy agrees.

do to pass the time before basketball season, young graduates walking very proudly up "It's not as hard as it sounds," he. said.

and I think Steve Spurrier deserves better to get his degree," Gannon" said."'That saida "You look for people who can play, but who
than that. lot about the man. also have
a legitimate interest in academics.
Not everyone shares Marks' sentiments. Ironically, what took Spurrier 18 years to They don't have to be geniuses,but you kind

Shankle said Duke boosters always showed accomplish, he expects his players to do, of filter out the guys that clearly have no Spurrier won the 1966 Heisman Trophy.

confidence in Spurrier, and she isn't hiding but on a much tighter schedule.At interest in going to school"A when he came here recruiting for Duke,andhe's
her bitter disappointment in his departure. Duke, Spurrier earned a reputation
of class He's
change heart a person. very straightforward -
"I can find plenty of fault with his leaving among his colleagues as a man devoted to
'Miami and Florida State arent going to and very honest with you"McBride
academic excellence. Fifteen of his 19
Duke but it's
strictly personalShankle
get the cream of the crop anymore." seems to fit Spurrier's player
senior Duke football players.79 percent
said. "He has brought joy, delight and happiness
graduated last year. Mike Pittman, head football coach at mold perfectly, sporting a 3.8 grade point
Duke's
to followers. Florida is fortunate
Suwannee High School in Live Oak average, considered one of the state's top
to have him. I hope they realize just UPs latest graduation rates were far off
how fortunate they we. that mark. Only five of 22 football players A few months ago, many Gator fans recruits and boasting an average of 23.5
recruited as freshman in 1983-84 graduatedby around the state already had given up onUT's yards a reception in 1989.
"I don't like that's he's gone down there;.
Aug. 31, 1988 22.7 percent. 1990 recruiting season. With the spec- A promising future
in fact, I hope the NCAA buries him in the
middle(UFs) footballfieldlButI'mhappyfor Spurrier has established a goal of someday ter of a possible NCAA probation and the "We want our players to have character, be

him and his family if it's what they want. graduating 70 percent of his new success of FSU and Miami, the majority of good students and then football players."
players. Incentives are built into his five- the state's talented high school crop weren'tlooking
Also happy are the thousands of Gator at UF. Steve Spurrier, UF head football coach
contract to results.
supporters, as reaction to Spurrier's hiring year UF professor Jane encourage Brockmann, presidentof But since Spurrier's arrival, the Gators' The new coach has brought to UF those

has been ecstatic, said John James, execu- UFs chapter of United Faculty of Florida, sagging recruiting effort has received a unique qualities that are being demandedof

tive director of Gator Boosters. a statewide faculty union, said Spurrier's much-needed shot of adrenaline.One today's college football coaches. A

"I've talked to people from the rural areas goals are admirable. But she questions the player who already has wavered to balance of academics and athletes, and the

and the metropolitan areas,and throughout, incentives included in his contract. the Spurrier charm is Chiefland High senior development of quality citizens, is clearly

there is utter bliss with Steve Spurrier"James "You can't legislate a graduation rate," Oscar McBride. The 6-foot-6, 245-pound Spurrier's goal for the Gators."It .

said. "Steve has a particular ability to Brockmann said. "I think a lot of faculty tight end verbally committed in Decemberto is our job as coaches to impress upon
all the different .
bring groups together.Steve's would the that is attend Notre Dame without consider-
question process gettingset our players that the main objective is to get
is that of clean
image good
a ,
up for inducing (higher graduationrates ing UF a finalist. the education and graduate," Spurrier said.
wholesome honest and
dependable per- ).Imagine paying a professor forgivinga But just days after Spurrier's an- Thats the cycle I hope to establish here,

son. student an 'A' in a course. Or paying a nouncement, the new coach was at and we want our football players, when

Academic Irony department or a professor for increasing the McBride's door. He left with McBride's they're 35, 40, 45 years old and in a positionto
"/ couldn't have asked for more." number of majors in their department. That word to visit UF before signing on the dotted contribute back to their university, they

Chris Kennedy, Duke UniversityIt would be considered very unprofessional." line with Notre Dame. can come back to Gainesville and watch the

took Spurrier 18 years to earn a At Duke, Spurrier gave academic coor- "Just Spurrier walking into Florida has young Gators play."

bachelor's degree in physical education dinator Kennedy the freedom to establishthe made a great impact on recruiting," said And Spurrier said it shouldn't be a prob-

from UF in 1981. academic practices he thought were Pittman. "I 1 met Coach Spurrier last year lem getting those successful studentathletes -


Spurrier family happy with moveBy I to UFo"We've got the finest facilities. We're put-

ting natural grass down on the field and with
r DEBBIE CENZIPER economics and never completed her re- the advantage of a Florida degree,we shouldbe

Ever since UF students Amy and Lisa quirements elsewhere. She wasn't inter- able to excel easily ((in recruiting),"Spur-

Spurrier began teaching their 2-year-old ested in graduating from any other rier said. "We've got everything going for

brother, Scotty, to say, "Go Gators," they school, Lisa said. us here. We just have to go out and get the
knew they wanted their father to return But when her husband decided to message across and have a better track
toUF. return to his alma mater,the family finallywas record in graduating our players."
able to around the football
And now that Steve Spurrier has been rally same As for that little statistic known as the
team.
i named the Gators head football coach, win-loss record,James said no one is better
both girls can spend more time with their Both Lisa, an exercise science senior, for UF than Spurrier.
family. and Amy, a junior in marketing, said
"Steve brings integrity and inspiration to
"We were hoping all along that this they've always been faithful Gator fans. our players," James said. "We're not goingto
would be his choice but didn't want to But when the Duke University Blue
we get outcoached on the field, either. If we
put too much pressure on him," Lisa said. Devils played on television at the same have the personnel on the field,and typically
time the Gators watched the team
they
Their mother, Jerri, will continue her as Florida's going to have those great athletes,
their father coached before to
college education at UF, where it began heading we're not going to get outcoached.
26 She moved from Gainesville
SUZETTE COOK ALLIGATOR years ago. see Family, page 8 "He's come home to the job that he really
Amy and Lisa Spurrier 15 credits short of a bachelor's degree in 71Rise "
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RENT: FOR RENT: FURN. FOR RENT: UNFURN.Large FOR RENT: UNFURN. ROOMMATESOwn


1 FURNISHED Mature N/S female, own room In a house, 4bdrm house, carport, fenced yard, SPACIOUSONE room In furnished N,W. house; w/d;
pool, kitchen, 1 1/2/ mile to UF. Rent central a/e. $395, 237 SW 4 Ave. 372- BEDROOM APT new appliances. Want n/s clean, reap

l4S/mo.. utll Incl. 3 bike to UF. Private $175/mo. & utilities. Call 374.5430 or 376- 6172. 1-31-17-2 ONLY $260MO.LYONS female grad stud. $270 & 1/2 utilities,

entrance single rm. eff. cntl. ht. Cooking, 6183. 1.12.3-1 APT 3737097. 1.12.5.5
parking. Upperclais or grad. 372-1862 WOOD FLOORS 2 bd. three block N of 400 SW 20TH AV. 377.8797
3751728. 1.12.5.1 Perfect for grad student, Ibdr apt In older UF 329 NW 17 St. very nice. Office: 411 4.30:71-2 F Nonsmk grad student own room, 3 bdr
home central heat/air, offstreet parking 2 NW 15 St. 3710769. 1.12.5.2 house I block from Shands, fireplace, vcr,

STUDENTS only a 1 br all utlls $200 anda blks to campus, $225 & util. 378-1292. New 3bdr/3ba/ luxurious apartment w// microwave $175/mo. 3712569. 1.12.5.5
1 br water only $185 2 br $250 All closeto 1-16-4-1 STUDIO walk to UF $225 water pd. 1829 washer, dryer, & all appliances for rent. I
campus. 373.4593 24 hrs or 374-6934 NW 2 Ave. by O-Dome. Mgt. 411 NW 15 Tennis, volleyracquetbasketball, pool, Room & Bath In NE House N/S, Cent
107. 1-12-5-1 Large efficiency Apartment furnished, private St. 371-0769. 1.12.5.2 weightroom, sauna, Jacuzzi, & nightclub. ht/ac, wash/dry, no lease. $195/mo & 1/2/ i
entrance bathtub and shower and Available ASAP. Please call 338-4316. 1-: util. Call Dave after 6pm at 3784698. 1.1

Share 2BR/2Ba Condo, $200 & util. Mo. parking call 372.2582 utilities partly furnished 2 home for rent 12.5.5NS '

Cent. H & A, Washer, Etc..Lge backyard, 11631.. 2 bdrm fireplace or 2 story wcentral
heat & air, $385/mo., 3735018. Walk to MOBILE HOMES: F to share 3bdr/2ba/ home w/ mom &
quiet, convenient to shop center, call 338-
0863. 1-12-5-1 Right across from Tigert: 2rm, turn, pool, UF. 1-12-5-2 child In NW. 180mo. & 1/2 util.! 371-
till June. Only $188/mon. (water Incl.) 3 FOR RENT/SALE 9614. 1-12-5-5
ROOM FOR RENTIn Gnvle Garden Twnhse. Ph. 376-4889 or 4 BD 2 BTH HOUSE BY UF
201 NW 10 St. Wood floors Near UF lots for RVs ROCKWOOD VILLAS
3 bdrm condo In Casablanca 3782208. 1-195-1 cent heat/air rent, long term
5 minutes from campus. $200/mo./ & 1/3 carport. Mgt. 411 NW 15 St. 371-0769. 140mo. Nice MH rentals, resales, 378. M/F N/S/ to share luxurious
utilities. 377.6870 M or F. 1-12-5-1 1-12-5-2 9291 Arredondo Farms Mobile Home 3br/3ba condo. Own rm/ba
FOR RENT: Park. 1-19-9-3 $245/mo. & 1/3 util.

A clean one bdrm upstairs apt close to 335.9124 or 305-971-8686.
Immediately seeking n/s/ F to sublet for
Spring & summer, completely furn. 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk UF, HBO/mo & deposit & I..... No dogs. 1984 Skyline, 14 X 80,2bdr/2b., cathedral 1.12.5.5

2bdr/2ba apt. at Oakbrook, sacrifice 724 NW 3 Ave. 495-8024. 1125.2 ceilings wfans/ Island kitchen, etc. Appraised -
$1 SO/mo. Collect 9047887732. 1-12-5-1 to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR $270.$280 at $12,000 must sell $8500 neg. Polo's M or F own bed/bath/ & 1/2/ uti!.
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. One Bedroom $235 Month 100% financing avail. Susan 392-7118, $300 negotiable. Wsh/dry fully furn. Inc.

Call 481-2166,372-8404 for 2br apt, near Plus LMR. Pool laundry, no cats or dogs. Two Bedroom $295. Month 4812730. 1-12-3-3 bdr. Call 3357255. 1125.5
nice neighbors Santa Fe Trace Apis. 3781190. 4-30-75- Furnished Add $75 Month
campus parking (srs, Ire,
grid students) no pets. Prlv. rm available 501 NW 5th Ave. 371-1470 Best buy! 2bdr/l b., new wash/dry, screen Roommate Wanted: N/S/ young prof. or
now. 1.12.4.1 Oak Glade Apts. Near UF ft, VA, quiet 1-12-5-2 porch ft bike to campus. $4900, call 335- grad student. Call 376-1341. 1-12-5-5
washer/dryer available In most units for 6339 or 378-6904. 1175.3
$15 Cats Allowed. Take over lease nice condo Law Free rent for Live cool at
New furn. 2br, 2ba condo, wash/dry, security mo. IB.2B,1 & 2 Bath across Januaryl way
locks, pool, tennis, racquet ball, $25Q-$350. see & Imr. 372-6422. 4-30- School 15 X 70 3 BR/2 BA Bike to UF. New skirtIng Oak Forest for only $150. Own bedroom
$475/mo. Call collect 4078764207. 1- 2 bed. remodeled, urgent. 374-9609. 1. screen porch, shed. Move or rent lot. and 1/4/ utilities. Call 336-4957 to party$$.
2 BR. 1 BATH. KIT., LR. 1 BLK. to UF. 12.5.2 Got job, leaving town. 4000. 3351352. 1-12-5-5

House for N/S serious female, own bed- $$360/mo./ pers. max.. at/last mo. dep.,
room $200/mo including util. a/c phone, 1910 NW 1st Ave. PH. S911410622- SUBLEASE: F Rmmt for furn 4bdr/2ba Condo by Oaks
laundry, safe area, 15mn bike. Call 376- 4257, J.B. Walkup, now avail. "- 2-5.2 FREERental Mall. Includes Washer, Dryer, Security

3114 eves. 1174.1 Finding Service. All Info, 4 HOUSE/APT. System. $200/mo. & split util.! 3354298.
STUDENTS only al BR all utlls. $200 anda videos 1.12.5.5
floorplans, and more, FAST. We
Apt for rent Treehouse Village, own 1 BR water only $185 2 BR $250 all can help you find that perfect place to live.
bdr/ba, wash/dry dishwasher, free bus close to campus 373.4593 24 hrs. or 374- Gator Rental Finders UF Plaza. 336- Wanted F-Rmmt to sublet' apt behind Norman SPYGLASS own bed/bath in 3bdr
6934 10-7. 1-12-5-2 Hall $175/mo. & 1/2 util. 371-7525 or
dish/washer/dryer/
pass to UF/Santa Fe, $200/mo. 3778034. 9349.1.12.5.2
18002260502. 1-17-5-4 M/F N/S for Spring $250/mo
F N/S own bdr/ba to share 2bdr Townhouse Oakridge 2 bdr, remodeled kitchens,carpet A Call KEN 338.7592. 1-16-5-5
2000 ft
3 bdr
spacious 4 2ba
sq or pool
In Rockwood Villas. Washer, dryer ceiling fans, & money saving heat Quiet townhouse 2bdr/1 ba w/d/ hookup
house '
11/2 mi. West of UF, 2818 W Unlv.
3354390. 1-17-5-1 pumps, $295,1120 NW 45 Ave. 372-3763. Ave. appliances cent his/ 2307 SW 32 PI .8 M/F/ roommate needed to share 2br lbs
13117.2 3745430.$650/mo.1-18-5-2 Appt. only 376-6183 or $330 negot. Call 373.3219 close to apt. in NW area $118/mo. & 1/2 util. Call

Lease Assumption 2bdrm 1 1/2 bth townhouse Shands/va. 1-17-5-4 3713425. 1-16-5-5
Mt. Vernon furn/unf/ $510/$49S a Arlington Square Apts. for the serious Studio
Apt walk to UF nice safe
,
month $100 off security AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY student or professional, next to the Hippodrome campus Sublet Rockwood Villas. Own bedrm. and Need N/S M/F/ Rmmt to share Spacious

live free to Feb. Tony 375- Ibdr from $365, 2bdr from $500, won't neighborhood last long., utilities$285/mo.included.371-2322 Hurry Lv., bathrm. $200 plus 1/3 utils. 3354914. Condo In Somerset Village $247/mo. Ca'l

6348. 1-17-5-1 uptown living...downtown 378-0682.. 1- Msg. 1.12.4.2 1-17-5-1 Ted at 376-1296. ,-, 2-4.5

Oak Brook Walk, ,micro, dishwasher Colonial Oaks 2bdr/1 1/2 ba townhouse,' Sublet 1 bdrm apt till Aug, $220/mon./ Oakbrook Walk: M rmmt to share fully turn
wash/dry .ubl... fantastic buy 2mo & $325, wash/dry hook-up, dishwasher Large 4bed/2bath home 2ml from UF, covered hardwood firs, upstairs, very close to UF, 2br/2ba condo wash/dry, micro, pool,
close to UF 4221-A SW 21 PI. 376-3133. carport, big yard, trees. No pets. Xtra clean low bills, $200 Call
del free. $210/mo. Call collect Troy 385- very sec-nego. tv/vcr. $200/mo & util. Call Sim at 372-
large rec. room with giant brick fireplace.
3737 or James 3356627. 1-17-5-1 13117.2 378-1929. 1-18-5-4 3842. 1.18.5.5
$650 per mo. Lease, deposits 376-2016.

1-12-3-2 Apt. avail.-own bdr/ba Incl wash/dry/ Rmmts Needed: Nice 4bdr/2ba/ house,

The University of Florida Presents the Block 'from UF, Large Rooms utilities paid, Lakewood Villas, $240/mo, Jan, Feb + close to UF Individual lease. Phoenix
free. Call 336.1267 373.4129..k
Cox Cable, nice. Call Greg 376-3291 dep or Properties.' 411 NW 16th St. 371-
$150.225/mo 1-26-11-2 for Dylan. 1.18-5.4 0769. ., 11.5.5


Bicycle Club Sublet- bdr/2ba turn apt. close to UF, N/S/ F rmmt needed to share master bdrmin
FLORIDA ALL-COMERS MEETMEN'S Move In Specialsoup's perfect for student. $175/mo + 1/4/ utili brandy win. $137/mo. & 1/4 utilities.

on us ties. 373-1112. 1.18.5.4 Jacuzzi, weight room, pool. Call 335-

2br/2ba 9846. 1-16-5-5
Sublet I ibd rm, new carpet/refrg unfurnished
great roommate floor plan
great amenities $235 (Reg $280)) & furnished $285 2 bedroom 2 1/2 bath Condo. Washer,
& WOMEN'S TRACK MEET call for details 377-2220 (Reg $330)) a mo. 2nd floor. Ph 375-3305. dryer, micro, N/S. Avail Now. $225/mo.

1-31-14-2 1-19-5-4 Call 3353889. 1-12-4-5


Room for rent: Grad Student looking for Sublet Spyglass Apt. A-2 3bdr/3ba. ** OAKBROOK 175mo./ F,

Sunday January 14th quiet N/S person to share a comfortable3bdr Wash/dry, Micro, all amenities. $672/mo./ N/S/ share rm, pool, w/d/ micro, security
house wash/dry, micro etc. $180/mo Call 3736300. After 5pm 3352100. 1- 3 blk/csmpua/ furnished. Deposit.

O'CONNELL CENTER + 1/2 Utll. 372-8391. 1.16.3.2TOWNHOUSES 19-5-4 3714708. 1.12.4.5BRANDYWINE

Neat responsible Roommate wanted 2br I
: Fern, own rm w/wtrbd/ ,
field events 11:00 events 1 1:00: the close to UF
: : running 2 Bedroom/ 1/2 BathPoolLaundry ac Sunbay Apts. shop fully turn 2bdr/1 ba apt. Many xtras,
ping. $155 & 1/2 utllr-January free. 373- $220/mo & 1/3 util.! Near UF 3730024.
7110. 1-18-4-4
1 Block to OFShandsWILLIAMSBURG/ 1.17.5.5

2000 SW 16th St. ***APTS.376-1253 ASAP Sublet 450mo. Clean, Spacious, HELP! I Need a fun, friendly female N/S J
3bdr/2 full ba Apt. in Hawaiian Village Rmmt. Oxford Manor Apt. Own bdr/ba.
MOUNT VERNON APTS.
Admission is FREE 1 ft 2 Bedrooms within walking dist. of shops, GH & FC, & Avail. Nowl 377-8034. 1.17.5.5
UF Living rm set opt., pool & other amen
Available Now .
2370 SW Archer Rd *** 372-5389 Iti a s. 336-6874. 1-16-2-4 ROOMMATE NEEDED to share nice, turn

WIND MEADOWS 2BD/28A Country Gardens apt. $210/mo
1,2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. .Pinetree Gardens sublease own & uti!. Call Larry at 3359337. 11645mns
room/bath, micro/tv. $167 & 1/3 utll.! Call
PoolTennisLaundryClose/ Chuck 336-7287 message. 1.19.5-4
to UF/Shande wanted to share newly turn apt In
2712 SW 34th St. *** 373.3558
Mill Run. Must
5 ROOMMATES be neat quiet, upper division
student preferred. Scott 335-5131
2BR. HOUSE 1 BATH, GARAGE, ETC., ,
1-18-6-5
1/2/ ml. to CAMPUS, bOO/mo/ 375-2184. UNBELIEVABLEWe

1-19-5-2 put roommates at your fingertips. We Serious Student, N/S M, 7min bike ride to

r can help you find that Ideal roommate UF, $195/mo & utilities, located at
Incredible 3bd/2ba/ apt. In Three Oaks,
FAST. Gator Rental Finders. UF Plaza. Viscaya Apts. on 34 St & 7 Ave. 375.8609,
only 2 yrs. old, 4 blocks to UF. Only
338.9349. 1-12-5-5 Alex. 1.12.3.5Classifieds.
SFLORt4 $645/ma. Call 378-1655 anytime for de-

tails. 1-19-5-2 Fully furnished twnh.., $257 & 1/2,util.,

wpm' f N/S, own bed, 1 1/2 bth., clean & responsible .
2 BR Townhouse, corner 1433, 3rd Ave, no pets, in Willlamsburg. Call
** 100 yds campus. 3853776510. 1-12-1- Pam 3351358. 1.12.5-5 Continued on next page.



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Wanted, large suite, 2 fireplaces. room In furnished 4/2 apartment. n/s Own bedroom In 2bedrm/lbath apt. Brsndywln tp.r t.ly need male l ROOM Mobile H. Fenced yd. Pet
ceiling fans, pool, kitchen, own bath, oak Preterrably' male to share rent $120 & 1/4 Clean ft studious $ 65/mo. ft 1/2 utll. roommate. Fully (urnslhsd.Available ytMfday. ok. M/F. serious student $125/mo & utll.
floors 160mo. Call Jell 371.1909. 1.23- utilities./ Call Chris at 335-4195. 1-12-3-5 Avail Now. Call Patti at 374-4970 leave 335-3817. 1-16-3-5 Erik 376-0579. 1-18-5-5
10-5 message. 1-17-5-5
Wlndmeadowi mobile park roommate ROOMMATE WANTED: NS M/F, $200/m/ FREE JAN. RENT: Casablanca West
F N/S own bdrm In NW duplex 6blks to UF. wanted. dr/lurn $140/mo & 1/2/ utils. Newly Furnished Townhouse close to UF.F 1/2 ut $200 sec Large, nice A neat i apt 2bdr/2 1/2 ba condo, fully 'furn. w/
Washer, microwave. $133/mo & 1/3 utll. Call 338-0375 Robert or leave menage. for own ba In Ig. bdr wash/dry, cable, 2bdrm 2 1/2 bath Call Tim 3323248. 1- wash/dry, m or f n/s. $260 & 1/2 utll.
Call 373-0758Ieav. message. "- 7-5-5 1-12-3-5 pool, $200/mo to share or $300/mo for 25-10-5 335-2593 Dan. 1-19-5-5
own room. 336-0036. 1-25-10-5
M N/S Sorority Annex Until Summer. 1 F n/s rmmt., .serious student, private bdr, ROOMMATE M or F: N/S quiet & ,'udl.ou. Rmmt Wan ltd. Sunny Irg bd/ba In 3bd
Block to UF, furnished. $150/mo. Call In nice house, 1blk Norman Hall, $180 & Furn rm NW house 3-ml to UF. Dlshwash $200/m own bad & bath + 1/3 u 4 twnht. W/d, dw, pool, tennis gym, etc.
377.1280 or 378-4078. 1-17-5-5 share utll, 3785897. 1-12-3-5 wash/dry/ fireplace fenced $150/mo $200 ie. Furn condo Call 3361608. 1- Avail. Immed.-8/31 +. $220 n.g. & 1/3 ut.
$150 dep 1/3 util. 371-2328 Lv Msg. 1- 24-0-5 Marisa 335-5841 1-10-5-5
Male student needed to share 2br apt. Responsible N/S roommate needed to 12-2-5
Furnished $158/month & 1/3 utilities In share 'furnished 2bdrm/2bath apt with EE. SPYGLASS Jan rent fro I M/F lor own DESPERATE Liberal' fern to occupy own
Gatorwood own room. 373-0568. 1.17-5- Gatortown: $175/mo. ft 1/2 utlla. 374- Oakbrook luxury condo needs n/s femaleto bdrm/bath, walk-In closet, D/W, micro. bdr In modern 3bdr. house In quiet, safe,
8486. 1175.5 share bdr/ba; $175/mo + 1/3 utllltlea, $223/mo & 1/3 utll. Call 3357720. 1-18- area. Big fenced yard, no pets. W/D,
Nonsmk M/F/ to share 2bdrm 1 ibth apt S-mo lease ok.walk to UF Call 375-6394. 5-5 VCR skylights. Approx. 2ml N of UF.
$110/month & 1/2 utilities, walking distance Room For Rent furnished Utilities Paid. 1-18-5-5 $1 80/mo. ft 1/3 utll.376-4138 Jon or Mar-
to campus. Call 376-1283 for de- 19 Blocks North of Campus $175 per mo. Bicycle Club. N/S rmmt w/own room In lha. 1-10-5-5
tails. 1-17-5-5 or $50 per week Call Rick 378-3842. 1- F n/. to share 2br/1 1/2 ba quiet condo In furnished 2bdrm apt. not far from cam-
16-4-5 Mill Run near campus. $190/mo 1/2 utll. pUI. Call 3356838. 117.45 Heyl Jan. free! Own rm Gatortown
IN THE PINES own room In 3bdrm/2 1/2 Pool, laund. ft micro. Call 338-4763. ,. $160/mo. & 1/2 utll. Pets ok, M or F, pref.
ba. M n/s for l7S/mo & 1/4/ utll. Price Male nil to share bedroom In a 2bdrm2baapt 18-5-5 MALE N/S roommate needed. Own rm upper or grad. BR unfurn. Stacey 378-
nego. Jan free. Call 336-6844. 1-17-5-5 at Gatorwood. Close to campus. $145a furnished In big house w/ wood floors, 8782. 1.17-3-5
month & 1/3/ utilities. Jan freell 377. 2-rmmts, responsible Ig house Duckpondarea backyard. No dorks. Call Sharon 375-
BICYCLE CLUB rmmt needed, mil/ mstr 9193. 1175.5 all appliances, pool prlv/pklng 0218. Leave meisage. 1-17-5-5 FOR RENT 2bdrs In my Sprlngtree home
bdrm w/ba $200/mo & 1/3 utilities and w/rental 2 blks to UF 1275/mo share utll! $150 and $200. Call Kelly 3784488. 1-
phone. Call Brady 3355959. "- 2-3-5 OXFORD MANOR share 2bdr/2ba ft 1/2 371-2556.1-16-3-5 Female roommate wanted to share furnished -
Serious student 4br house walk
utilities Have your own bdr/ba JANUARYIS 2taedroom house. 10 min. walk UF/clty
GWM wanted to share 2bdrm townhouse FREEII Call Joe 3752565. 1-12-3-5 Share a 3bdr home In SW area. Great from UF. ($285 & utilities) divided by 2. $159/mo & util ft $100 deposit quiet.377-
$155/mo plus 1/2 utilities., Please call any- study atmosphere but NO peeks allowedl$200mo 376-5592h,392-8113D( ) ( ). 1-10-5-5 0185. 1-16-2-5
time 336-1407. 1-17-5-5 DESPERATEI! F to share master bdr. In neg. 1/3 utll. Call Michelle
336-7245. 8.5-5 M/F n/s, 3 ml. to Shands In quiet SW
3bd/2ba furn. In The Pines apt, no deposit -
Female roommate needed for 2bdrm 1 1/2 Jan free, Call 371-4892. 1-16-4-5 MOONSTRUCKDisordered home wath/dry, micro ft many extras,
bath close to UF, pets ok, price negotiable. M n/s rmmt to share large furn master br In mind, supposedly affectedby w/ two vet atudents. 375-3118. 1-18-4-5

Call 375-5493. 1175.5 Sparrow Condo $125/mo split utll w/o the Infuenee of' the moon; crazed, lunatic Studious M N/S needed 'for HOUSE I Own
LAKEWOOD VILLAS MOONSTRUCKDisordered avail pool tennis clubhouse 332-0451 dazed. Do you have any of theee bdrm UO/mo + 1/3 utll. 2 miles to UF,
Gregg. 1-18-5-5-
symptoms? quiet NW area cat. Call 373-2078. 1-17-
M/F/ NS For own Bdrm $180/mo/ & 1/3 util. In mind supposedly affectedby
Call 336-6446. 1-12-3-5 the Influence! of the moon; crazed, lunatic Professional' students 2 ml to Shands, Roommate Needed M/ NS for 3bdr/2ba
dazed. Do you have any of these bdr for rent In 3bdr house, yard, house. Located Smiles from campus. M/F N/S own bed/bath/ with wash/dry In
Rmmt needed, Irge house, hardwood firs, symptoms? wash/dry. $160mo/ + 1/3 utll 375-3118 Washer/Dryer $180/mo & 1/3 utilities. quiet NW condo. Serious student preferred -
big backyrd, pets ok, short lease or thru 1-16-3-5 Leave msg. 1-18-5-5 Call 375-8189.. 1-19-5-5 call 378-0923. 1-10-5-5
summer, Iml from UF, nice area. -
$22S/mo. 3757169. 1-17-5-5

F to share completly furnished 2bdr/1 1/2 Non-Credit
ba Townhouse In SW area, wash, dry,
$225/mo & 1/2 Util. 335-0598. 1-17-5-5

Athletic Improvement ClassOpen DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
Room & Bath In 3bdr at Spyglass Apts.
$230 plus 1/3 util! Call 335-5235 anytime by Trude Michel Jaffe

to all UF students
Roommate needed for own bdrm In
ACROSS 3 One's equal 34 Waters down 40 Search out
3bed/lba house 5 blocks from UF
$150/mo. & 1/3 util. Physical examination required for participation 1 Mate for mama 4 Total up 35 Adroit 43 Flora and

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BRAND NAME COMPUTERS Bicycle AT8 style iSapeed chro- STEREO SPECIALISTS la the old- ALMOST NEW: Art Deco black laquer WATERBED QUEEN SIZE w/heater $70,
Ai tow as $25/mo no $ down molly (frame, Index shifting, all the bells
est, best and lowest priced car stereo bedside table 4 dresser; matching coffee 336-3914 1-18-5-8
ft FREE Catalogue over 50,000 and whistles. Must .ell. Call 332-0840. store In town 372.2070, 2201 NW 13 St. A side tables; bkfst table & 2 chairs. 377-
customers 1-800-625-7263 4-30-75-6 2762. 1-16-4-6 Princeton high res color monitor and
Country-atyle furniture, sofa, coffee table
graphics card,
logitec mouse never used.
Queen waterbed w/heater, sheets & comforter -
$150 obo, 3752218. 1-12-56 8017& chairs, good condition, $125, call 375- Rockford, Foagate, Yamaha Pioneer, ADV 4200? Don't pay top $ at the stores: Grad std. must sell offers consid. 335-
ask lor Chris
alter
3775216.
6pm Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best buy my used tools and materials cheap! 1546. 1-18-5-6
Take over my Power Plant Membershlpl) PEUGEOT 12 spd man's road bike. Excellent Car Sterlo Installers In town. Car Stereo Portfolio & drawing board Incl. 335-3604.
$150. Thru 9/91/ 373-7374, 'leave mes- condition, $17 or best offer Call to Go. 3751834. 4-30-75-6 '1-12-3-6 TREK 12-speed racing bike with water
1.12.5.8 3366491. 1-12-5-6 bottles and tool bag. Excellent condition,
age. 2 single beds pinewood/ $75. each. I Single mattress, box spring and frame used only five months. Call 3959835. 1-

Nice Clean Modern Furniture All at Reasonable Alpine Kenwood, Sony and 30 more Nishiki 10-speed $175 $250 New. Dennis $50. 1 extra single mattress $20. 371- 22-7-6
Prices Come Take Look. brands are all at our New Location! Car 376-3596. 1-17-7-6 4823 Obo. 1-12-3-6
HP 28-S. Like new. Manuals Inlcuded.
The Plunder House Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
2070. 4-30-75-6 Fender Stratocaster Plus with case $550, Canon F1 35mm with Sunpak 544 thyristor Must sell-changed major.. $160 negotiable. -
511 SW 4 Avenue. 1-22-10-6 also assorted effects. Call Bruce 374- Flash and lenses all In mint condition Call 335-.1G2Iaav. message. 1.17-
4202 after 6pm on weekdays. 1-12-5-0 $350 obo. 336-8271 Adam. 1-17-5-6 4-6

Slice of Mice by Virginia VoelkleinHoW Queen size waterbed headboard $75, For sale queen-size, waveless waterbed Bedroom suite Q mattress and box spring
large 2-dresser set w/ mirror $S0, dining w/padded frame t heater $150 obo. Call dresser mirror, nightstand, headboard
room table w/ 4 chairs $40, call Michelle Angle 336-6567 or 375-1556 leave mes and frame 378-6968 leave message $550
338-1714 Iv. message. 1-12-5-6 sage. 1-16-1-6 obo.

+o p\ workaholics\, +*0 relax.\ ... LOOKI! ... King waterbed-uses 48" Parallel Bars by Spire-liner for sale BEDS BEDS BEDS
standard sheets-cost $700 new -sacrifice $40. Call 373-5398. '1-17-5-6 Dressers Chest, Bookcases, Sofas, TV
$225, Aquarium 45 gal complete $260, carts Entertainment centers and more at
\uk wht brass hdbd twin $30. All prices neg. 4 drawer solid wood desk. Like new con the 'lowest prices Gainesville. 371-4422' III,
Ot1OAr 3380483. 1-12-5-6 dition. $40. Please leave message 336- Dumas Discount'1421 NE 8 Ave.

M: ge\ set slow\ RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem. 0207. 1-17-5-6 2-2-16-6

nants for your dorm or apartment. We dshvsrl PC-XT compatible: 640K ram, 20 meg. Waterbed auper-single semi-wave liner,
Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. hard disk 2 floppy drives, monochrome heat mat pad, ped, like new used less
377-5265.6 blocks E. of campus. 2-6-20- monitor. $925. Accessories available. than 10 times $120. Cruiser gen. light $40
L 374.8488.184.8' 373-3827. 1-16-3-6
NEW SHOP
We have a good deal on ATB bikes. Come CAR ALARMS installed/ remote control Blow Out Sale. Beach cruiser with lock,
see us-Gator Cycle 3321 SW Archer Rd. any car truck or van fully guaranteed will heavy duty desk, twin size bed with box
3733962. We buy, sell and trade. 1-17- demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. mil- spring All 3 for$100. Call Scott 377-1027
sage. 2-28-34-6 1-22-7-6
BIKE SPECIALIII

7 :f) Quality Touring ATB bikes $189 A up. WATERBED QUEEN size 75% waveless' Under $100' each: twin platform bed w/
Large selection of used bikes $45 & up. with headboard heater and padded rails mattress, double & triple dressers desk,
$7.99 U-lock with bike purchase. Bikes & $200 or best offer 371-9071 days. 1-12- dinette set, recllner. Call eves. 378-8450.
More 2133 NW 6th St. 3736574. '1-17-5- 2-6
L 5 Piece drum set. Pearl White,
MTN bike, all deore II w/cat eye ATC Fender Strat Plus Crash/ride,exc/cond Quick peddle, til-hat
.( comp. Brand new, must sell make offer! 1987 mint condition with maple neck. $450. Greg 374-9635 mag. 1-19-5-6
Yakima bike racks for car $125 obo. Call Comes with hard shell case $550. Call
378-1506. 1-17-5-6 Mike 373-9305 COMPUTERPackard

TREK 640 12-spd 531-tubes. 700 wheels, Bell 286. 12mhz, 40mb hard
24-ln frame $225. OR drive, 5.25.2 floppy 3.5 1.44 floppy,
Raleigh 10-apd
I WALL$:ELI.f'S nz ENGGHDI Q By Boyle&.tan cky hubs Alloy Crank 588. 378.7372. 117.4 1ml ram, vga hl-res color monitor lyr
warr., 4 mths on-alte. $17G5, call 335-
CLEARANCE SALE-many Items to 1300. 131136CHEST
choose from. Jewelry, TV's, Cameras,
: POGO! VBP---FOUND HIM WHO'S BEEN RAIPN' VCR's-etc. Best Jewelry A Loan Pawn- OF DRAWERS matching night-
N. IN AW CUVOAKftXMPD NO r MY shop. Sale Is on till everything's gone!"! stand $S0, desk $30 bookshelf $10. DINING
690470011411, CO AU. PLAiMll. = P1Cf MI MY CUPOARV2'rrMM 1-25-10-6 table $50. All OBO 378-1081 after
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t/ 4", (tAIPW YOU PEU.owNUItRY: surfboard $150. Call Mark 373-6620. 1. Simmons twin bed, mattress and boxspr-
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FOR SALE AUTOSHonda SERVICES TYPING HELP WANTEDA


MICRO CENTER/ Computer 376-114 Accord 1978 3 door, 5.pd, ac, AAA STORAGE 12 SERVICESYOU Plus Notes-Are you an 'A' Student, do
Editor's Choice CompuAdd Northgati take excellent notes, would you like
am/fm, good body & rebuilt engine needs Close to UF, Convenient you
HPPrice same or lower than mall clutch work $590. 372-1788. 1-12-3-0 4x4x4 l5/mo WRITE, WE TYPE to earn while you 'learn If so then call
order. Systems below Include Imb 40mb 4x8x8 $25/mo/ Business Legal Personal' Reports 371-6954. We are looking for students
((28mi, graphic monitor.MC 286/12 Ford Maverik'74 Runs good on HWY too. 633 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. the following classes:
$1185' Packard Bell-129S. MC 386SX Price $400 or best offer Call any time 4-30-75-11, G'vllle Handicapped Typing ADV 3000 ADV 3501 APB 2150, APB
11405, Northgate' 389/20-12299. PB 281 3778419. 1123.9 3787179. 2151 AMH 2010, AMH 2020, ANT 2141",
laptop w/hd & battery $1999. CompuAdd 4-30-75-12 ANT 2149 ANT 2301 ANT 2402, ANT
810 w20mb/ & graphic monitor$970.. 1 Toyota Corolla SR 5'81 Sspeed .c, ** GATOR MOVING ** 2410 ANT 3511, ARC 1701, ARC 2681,
+ 3 year warranties. Onsite warrantle am/lm cass, 62,000 mis., excel engine. Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng I 1- Typing reports business legal AST 1002 AST 2037 BSC 2010 BSC
Panasonic 1180 prntr-$185! HP Laser $1750 Obo. 3731265. 1-16-4-9 Item/Ha Full. Days/Eve/ Long dl*. resumes cassettes transcribed applications 2011, CAP 3802, CCJ 3024, CCJ 3704 (
lip$1049.. 4110 SW 34th St. 308 W\ Lie/In/ H.rry/BIII374.471U. 4-30-75-11 letters notary *etc. Available CDA 3101 CHM 1020 CHM 1021, CHM I
Unlv Av. 1-22-7-6 AUTO INSURANCE SAVE $$ at orange & 24 hours/7 days3722777. 4-30-75-12 2040 CHM 2041, CHM 2045 CHM 2046
blue insurance In butler plaza we care callUS SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM 'lesions CLA 1120 CLP 3144 COC 3110 COC I
Waterbed kingslze, reg. mattress, headboard 377-CARS or 377-2277 1-25-10-0 boarding woodier facilities' Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports, 3400 COM 1000 COP 3110 ECO 2013 :
liner, heater-excellent condition hay rides partial sales working Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List. ECO 2023. ECO 3202 EUH 2001, FIN F\
$100. Call 331-7578 eve*. 1-17-3-6 1980 Rabbit auto., a/c/ am/fm c..... students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080. WCS 017 NW 13th 373-9822. 4-30-75- 3408 GEO 2200, GEO 2201 GEO 2420, r
tinted windows, runs good malnt. recorda 4-30-75-11 12 GEO 2500. GLY HIS 2464, ISM
Hug dk $95; mahoghany buffet $125; avail. $980. 377-32571.av. msg. 1-17-4- 3011, ISS 2120, Jog10 !
Ig chair $25; antique phono cabinet $25; 9 TERMPAPER HELPER GATOR TYPING moved t lowered prlcea. LAH 2020. LEI 3830. MAC 1142 MAC II!
draft table $30; 2 foam chair-bed $30. Writing research. Fast, reasonable Laser printer. Resumes $12 & up. Page 3233. MAC 3311", MAN 3021, MAR 3023, '
3776325. 1-12-1-6 1987 Chev. Spectrum Red AC AM/FM prlcea. 600-331-0783, ext. 999. discounts avail. Days & eves. 3734564. MGF 1202 MMC 2100. MMC 4200. OCE
Cassette. Auto. 40,000 Miles, Runs Ex- 1-12-5-11 13117.12 2005 PCO 2714, PET 3320 PET 3350
For Sale: $1100 worth of A DID gaming cellent Asking $5,300 OBO 378-4050 PHM 2101, PHI 2100 PHI 2403, PHY
material to be sold at one package. Mow after 5pm. 1-17-4-0 3053 PSB 3004 PSY PUR
2013 3000.
*SUNBELT MOVING* RESUME HOUSEProfessional
Call 335-9315
Items like new. $100 obo. .. PUR 3101, CMS 3205 OMB 3600 REE
1-19-5-8 Toyota Corolla 1960 4 door, a/c, auto Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplle resume writing 3043 REL 2001, REL 2240. RUT 3452
am/fm/ cass, very good condition, $1200, 1ltmHouse full. Local/Lng dlst. Lie/In d.velopm.nt..rvlc..371.8148. RTV 2100. RTV 3000. SOP 2513. STA.
COMPUTERSXT must sell,new tires. Call 3352370. 1-12- Priced for Studental!Marty 375MOVE. 4- 1-22-10-12 3023, STA 3024, SYG 2000. SYG 2430.
FROM ............$479 1-9 3075.11 and SYG 3010. Call 371-6954 If Inter-
AT FROM ............$689 RESUMES sted. 1-17-7-13 '
CALL 3725145. For Sale: 1987 Pontiac Grand Am LE, ONE STOP DENTISTRY Same day Next day.
1-18-4-6 loaded good cond., must sell studentl Accepting new pta emerg. Many Styles & Fonts. Editing.PC Paying $125 to persons Infected cuts
332-6759 Iv. message. 1-23-7-0 Adult cleaning $28. child $18 Lab, 17 St A Univ. 372-6500. 1-17-5- scrapes, or other injuries to be on antibi-
BABY CHINCHILLA for *al*. Lightgreyball ((4)Wi) .d. tee. $325, ((3)Wlsd.) tee. $250, 12 otic study. Blood test required. Call 331-
of fur Very easy to care for pet. Call 1982 Honda Accord 4 dr., Sspd, a/c/ stereo ((2)WIId.) te. $200 5379. 13117.13
376-9491. 1-12-1-6 84.000 miles. Asking $2500 obo. Car Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC, V, AE LOOK A LETTER GRADE BETTER. Use
can be seen on campus by calling at 395- Valid only with coupon, up to ((4)) people.H. styles, fonts, graphic, proofreading ft ed BE A GATORFUNDRAISERI
CD PLAYER 1989. 'for. car Installation 9633. T. Gonaouhln. DOS 372-0521 iting. PC Lab. 17& Univ. 372-6500. 1-17-
almost n.wl! Mutt sell $125. Call 376- 5-12
!
1022. 1-19-5-8 VOLKSWAGON VAN 71, $300; DATSUN
'73, $150.t 378-6346. 1-12-1-9 MOPED CITYPick MICRO CENTERTyping 3384936. Full Many telephone communicator positions
MOPED Puch bought new In 88, only available: Must have excellent speaking
& self service computing. Typing starts 9
off...1/2 off
up/Drop now
1500 ml, excellent cond., $450 obo. 1983 Toyota Corolla a/c. tinted windows, 1-31-16-11 1.50/pg Resumes $6 Self service voice, enthusiastic attitude. On campus.
Pleas call 378-3739 anytime. 1-19-5-6 new: paint, trans and brakes; am/fm/ resumes 2.50hr/ .is/page./ Laser Great experience. 3 evenings/week $4
cass enkel mags, alarm. $3200 obo. 376- typeset graphics spell check theses plus/hour. 392-1691. ext. 17, 1177.13
KING WATERBED delux head board w/ *FREE*
4889 Iv msg. 1-19-5-0 papera special characters employment -
mirror, lamp A shelf padded railing, $175 Pregnancy Test database mailmerge training. Computer ProgrammersUCS -
neg. 332-3243 1-19-5-6 Gainesville Women's WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 1-22- Inc. a software development coIn
10 WANTEDLocal HEALTH CENTER 7-12 Ft. Laud., has entry level to mid-level positions
Book for tale 1 Calculus, 2 College Writ- for software engineers/computer
720 NW 23rd Avenue
Ing 3 ARC 1701 book Call Bradley after' Artist needs: GOLD. Gems Clasa 377.5055 programmers. C programming required.
5,00 3321142. You will save money. 1- Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine ABORTION (To 24 Wks) 13 HELP WANTEDAVON Candidates should also have 4-year de

Jewelry 3739243. 4-30-75-10 BIRTH CONTROL gree. Send Resumes to: UCS Inc., 6184 ,
7 REAL ESTATEReal 375-8967 NW 11 St., Sunrise FL 33313.
Services
Leonard Cohen enthusiast wants to buy Gynecology Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.
video copy of concert broadcasted on ch. 4-30-71-11 B.n.'illln.uranc.' 4-30-75-13
Estate Salesman course 7-day 5 Jan 5-6. 468-2785 before 10pm. 1-12- Bus Boys Wanted Phone 3731823. 1-
Begins Feb. 12 Saturday only class 3-10 Need help with Ms-Dos, WordPerfect, College Work Study (only) $5.00/h/ evenings -
begins mid Feb. Call 371-2787 Fla Ctr for Lotus, Pascal, or just turning on a com- &Saturday Telephone Survey Inter-
Real Estate ed. 1-12-5-7 COMIC BOOKS wantedlI puter? Want friendly, knowledgeable vl.w.r.pply: Bob/Martha 3920171.
I want to buy your comics. I will trade only computer assistance that comes to you?
PRIME UF LOCATION I II! If YOU want to. Call Mark 378-3029 after Call Lampert Consulting at 395-7597. 1-
15 Room Houee. Fully Rented! Earn 7pm. 1-22-6-10 17.5." Work part-time for $135 a week, full time IIj
while you learn and/or lnvl/frater 'for $360 a week. To apply come to meet- ,
nlty. Good Condi! 3766652. 1-31-17- Valentine Special be photographed by Ing on 1-17-90, 7:30: pm at Polo apart t (
***WANTED.I want a moped. Call Jayat Internationally known beauty photogra- ments. Clubhouse 2330 SW WIlliston
378-0046 If you want I to sell one. I'm pher Bill Home. Get a free poster print. Av*. 1-17-2-13 ;
8 MOTORCYCLES sick of parking on campus. 1-12-2-10 377-6583. 1-31-15-11

I 1981 Honda 750 Supersport very sharp *** MOPED REPAIR *
it good condition, first $750 take It, 373- 11 SERVICESNW Fast, quality service. Very reasonable
5018. ,1-12-58, rat... Free pickup/dropoff./ 8 yrs. exp.
Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave CALL MARK 378.8008. 1-17-5-11
Puch Magnum X1 Moped new, red and near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 'from
blk paint mags, new piston overhaul $20,10%' disc to students. 332-8917. 4- Free Poster with any glamour session
$250 OBO. Steve 336-7450. 1-17-5-8 30-75-11 with award winning photographer Bill Oo
Home. Studio or location. Glamour with
Honda Rebel 250 Kawa 550LTD. Both style' 377.6583 See the display now. 1-
$1300 or $650 and $750 Individually. Call BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS 31-15-11
377-2263 eve. best. Awesome shape, .
,
clean. 1-17-5-8 Guitar & Bass Lessons tailored for your ,
1233 NW 10th Ave.
needs. Top professional w25 yrs. exp..
r Scooter Honda Express SR-50 New tires, 372-1664 Beglnner-Adv. Suzuki-based children' .
.
tune-up very reliable, excellent condi- MC/VISA/lnsuranc
method available. Larry 336-5624. 1-19-
tion. $320. 332-5238 ..v.nlngs.1 8.3.8 Free Pregnancy Test 5-11 .
Member .

",. HONDA CX 500 TURBO. Excel cond.. all National Abortion Federation Need furn., clothing, household goods? 4+ ,
serv. records, call Jimmy 376-2637 day, 4307511SEXUALLY Great bargains layaway/ plan avail. .'!. -
335-9340 ev.. $2195 obo. 1-19-5-8 Weeks Flea Market, State Road 26, 3ml rat ?
TRANSMITTED DISEASE? le ..
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west of Newberry to Co. rd. 2085. Open "
1987 HONDA ELITE 80, with helmet runs Get confidential testing and treatment at Sat a Sun. 472-2061. 2-9-20-11 ..
good one owner, $700 or best offer call PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4-
378-6189. ask 'for Mike, or leave message.
1-19-5-8

Trao moped 1986 Clipper model; Separate ii
gas tank from oil tank; Exc. cond. SORDID AND 1 FUNNY

$350/obo./ Call 3359219. Great transpor ,

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auto trans alarm eye, hatchback w/ sun-
shield 56000 mil, many new part*. crazed, lunatic, dazed.
$4300 obo. 335-3972. 1-18-8-0

DRUGSTORECOWBOY Do have
For Sal 1977 NOVA good condition. 335-. a you any
1460 leave message. 1-16-5-9 '
'of these symptoms?

Dodge Caravan LE, 1986, loaded, all 3e
power, extras/very clean, $7995, 472-
6325. 1-12-3-9
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1988 Camera perfect cond. T-Tops. pw,
ps, pb, .c. cruise, tilt, am/fm c.... V6- This Weekend
Sspd. Sky blue on sliver. Asking $9000 or PLAZA TRIPLE THEATRE
2:45 5:15: 7:45 10:00: 12:00:
bell t offer. Scott 335-5131. -18-6-9


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HELP WANTEDNow HELP WANTED BUS. PERSONALS PERSONALS CONNECTIONSSTRESS



accepting application for Resident Computer Dept. at Florida Book Store I I. BALLOONACY Is looking for guy and
COMPUTERS terminal & pc'i, buy sell, SICKNESS, DRUG ADDICTION
Assistant petition for the Fall looking lor technical and morning tale gall with hot bode for stripper positions.,
trade, rent ft repair. Great price, QUALITY HATRED: Eliminate them In the
1990 Sameeler. Application availableat help. Experience with IBM Earn bucks for way
compatllb big very little effort. 1021
CDCS 818 W Unlv. 338-0378.
4-30- of Christ Jesus. To find out how attend
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either the Housing Office or all real' software and/or hardware req. Appy alter' W University Avenue. 1185.15
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lecture sponsored by the UF Christian Science

danca hill area office Application Tuesday Jan 16.116313Interviewersphone
art due by 4:30: pm on Frl., Fab. 2 to the Org. Tues Jan 16, B65 Reitz Union

Division of Housing Otllca. For further and (ace-to-face.. NEW SHOP SPRING BREAKBahamas at 6pm. 1-16-3-16
We have a good deal on ATB bikes. Come
Information contact the Staff StudentDevelopment Temp part-time. $5/hr. Phone work 5:30-:
Office at 392-2161. 2.2. 8:30: pm, face-to face 6am-2pm 5-8pm see us-Gator Cycle 3321 SW Archer Rd. 3nt $189. Jamaica 3nt $309, Sell me your class rings ft broken chainswe -
19.13Chiropractor's Perceptive Market Research 3366760.1, 3733962. We buy, sell, and trade. 1-17- Key West 3nt $139. Extra nil avail. $39 pay more for Jeweler/ In good shape.
12.2.1 5.14 hold your spoil Breakaway Tour 377- Best Jewelery & Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave.

Assistant' Public Relations 6360. 1-23-10-15 371.4367
Have Skills? Micro Center
Computer
and Technical Assistant Will Train. Babysitter' wanted In my SW home. Responsible
needs typist/sales/tech/ support help. FAST CASH FOR FAST TIMES Best
M-W-F 91. 2.6. Call 373-5510. loving to care for 18 -
Hrs 1. 1-12- person ) SKI SNOWSHOESki
In 4110 SW 34th St. SW
4-13 mos. baby. References required. Call Apply person. ( Jelery & Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-

371.2780 Chris. 1-10-5-13 campus tore) 1-22-7-14 Break 1/18-21/00. R/T bus, 2nt GEMS 1-25-10-16

BALLOONACY I I. looking for guys and eondo/dopedde, 2 day akl rental and lift

gals with hot bodi for tripper poaltloni. Help Wanted Rocky Roccoco Pizza IS PERSONALSLADIES ticket. $240/peraon. Breakaway Tour TOP CASH FOR GOLD silverdiamondsetc.
New used broken. Best
or or Jeweleryand
Earn big bucks for vary little llort. 1021 Now hiring delivery drivers full/part-time. 377-6360. 1-16-5-15 Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-GEMS
W University Avenue. 1-16-5-13 Apply In person at 136 NWth St. 373- MAKE MONEY
CUONG NHU cypress school FREE MAR 1-25-10-16
8161. 1-17-5-13
W* buy & sell used
good clothing
TIAL ARTS For UF student staff-fac.
school wanted
Part-time
helper weekday Call Second Act. 373-8527 4.30.75.15Vu.rn.IICarrtraRly.BanGator. CHECK CASHING no ID required. FREE
mornings 8:30: 12:30: for 5 yr. old child Babysitter Monday-Friday 3:00pm-: ulty.
MONEY ORDERS Best
ft Loan
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to quit as women's swim coachRandy I

First of recruitsto
Reese, head coach of the UF men's and UF faces Auburn wave I
women's swimming teams, said Thursday he will The UF women's basketball team can rebound
step down as women's coach effective March 18 from a pair of recent tough losses. But not easily.
the NCAA finals. visit football teamBy
after
the day UF travels to Auburn, Ala., to face the nation's
Reese, one of the last coaches in the country to 15th-ranked Lady Tigers, who reached last year's
direct both squads, said demands of leading both national championship game before falling to Ten RON KASPRISKE tour the campus and then they
"
were not allowing athletes to fill their potential. nessee. Although they ((10-4)() ) lost four starters from Alligator Writer will Goodman meet all said the coaches.the recruits will I
last year's Gators coach Carol
squad Lady Whitmiresaid
UF will get its first chance to spend as much time as possible
her will have its full.
squad hands
sell the new era In Gator football with Spurrier and they also will
AROUND Whitmire said her team needs to harass Auburn's the -
today as
a t tt t end
SPORTS"It 6-foot-6 senior center, Linda Godby, into a less than first wave of tomorrow'sUFAuburn
average game of 17 points and eight rebounds.But high school About
was very difficult to make this decision,"Reese Auburn has more than just a dominating inside prospects arrive 14 or 15 basketballgame.
said. The women's team is very special to me. player. Junior guard Carolyn Jones leads the Lady on campus recruits are ex- .
However, in dealing with recruiting and the day-to- Tigers in scoring with 20 points a game, and also for their 48. NCAA regulations
day counseling of swimmers, it has become impossible collects nearly six boards a game. hour recruitingvisit. pected to visit the prohibit
for me to give my best to such a large group."I UF ((9-4)) is led on the inside by sophomore center UF Goodman
want both teams to have a greater winning Erika Lang, who had 19 points Wednesday against Because of campus. from revealing ,
streak of conference and national titles and I don't Florida State, and junior forward Rhvonja Smith, the circum- the un _names_______ of__
think we could accomplish that with me coaching averaging 17 points and eight rebounds a game. stances surrounding the late arrival recruits who will be on campus.
both squads." Runners hold meet of new coach Steve Spur Goodman did say, however,
In his 14 years at UF, Reese has coached the The UF men's and women's track teams hope to rier,the Gators are starting their that among the team's needs area
women to a record of 114-6 (.950)). The Lady Gators use the Florida All-Comers Meet on Sunday in the weekend recruiting orientationsa fullback, a tight end, some offensive
((9-0)) are ranked No. 4 nationally. O'Connell Center as a warmup for the tough compe- week later than most schools. linemen and some defen-
Reese coached the women to an NCAA champi- tition that lies ahead. Recruiting coordinator Jim sive backs.
in 1982 and AIAW in The Gators will against estimated Goodman said this first weekendwill
onship an championship 1979. compete an "The key is to have the re-
His Lady Gators never have finished lower than thirdin 1,000 runners from along the Atlantic seaboard. be crucial to how UF fares cruits spend as much time with
the NCAAs and have won eight of nine Southeastern Field events begin at 11 a.m.,while running events during the signing period. Coach Spurrier as possible,"
Conference titles. He has coached 76 AllAmericans start at 1 p.m. Admission is free. Goodman said 14 or 15 high Goodman said. "Since he's been
including Olympic gold medalists Tracy The men's squad-coming off the best season in school seniors are expected to here, no one has said no to con-
Caulkins, Mary Wayte,Theresa Andrews and Dara its history in which it finished second and third at arrive today. sidering Florida before signing
Torres. His efforts garnered him the NCAA"Coachof the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Championships, re- "We've been trying to catchup somewhere else."
the Year" award for 1982 and 1988. ,"Goodman said."We've beenon
spectively returns All-Americans Tyrone Kemp, Spurrier and his staff will re-
Swimmers in Miami Mark Everett, Earl Diamond, Tom Pukstys and the phone all week, but now turn to the road Monday as they
The UF men's and women's'swim teams take to Stacey Simmons. it's time to show these kids what continue to visit as many playersas
the water this weekend as they head south to face The Lady Gators, also looking for some on-track UF is all about."Basically possible before Feb. 14, the
Miami in their first meets of the spring. experience, feature two freshmen and four sophomores what we'll try to do national signing day. Spurrierwill
The Gators ((5-2)) face the 4-2 Hurricanes, while woo are expected to do well in events. is show them the academic aspects be in the Pensacola area
the women ((9-0)) meet the 5-1 Lady 'Canes in Coral Alligator writers Sharon Ginn, Gregg Doyel and I of the school, have them recruiting on Monday.
Gables on Sunday Joseph Todd contributed to this report.
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despite loss of Kerr, Wittmeier as season gears upBy

SHARON GINN will steal the show at tonight's meet. It could be junior a
All-American Pam Titus. Or senior Karen Brennalt Or
Alligator WriterIf
sophomore Melissa Kutcher.
there truly is strength In numbers, the UF gymnasticsteam "This year," Brennalt said, "there will be no consistent
may have a difficult season ahead. leaders. Every meet will be a surprise."
t Most certainly, it will be an unpredictable one. The tri-meet against Georgia College and Iowa certainlywill
Tonight, UF will play host to Georgia College and Iowa be surprising, especially if the Gators don't come out
in its season opener at the O'Connell Center. And loyal fans on top. UF has met Iowa only once during the 1984
who attend the 7:30: p.m. meet may notice that last year's season opener when they claimed a 182.95-167.50 victoryover
top three performers will be missing from the lineup. the Lady Hawkeyes.
Entering this season, the team was prepared for the loss Georgia College,on the other hand,is not a new opponentfor A
of leader Melissa Miller, as the six-time Ail-American com the team. The women have competed against the Lady
pleted her career with the Gators in 1989. But no one Colonials in the season opener for the past two years, and
imagined the two gymnasts expected to compete for the hold an 7-1 overall advantage in the series.
top spot this year Lynette Wittmeier and Janice Kerr Unlike the past, the Gators, with their lack of performers,
would be sidelined with injuries before the season even may have more of a problem toppling their opposition
started. tonight. But that doesn't mean
Now,with only seven return the gymnasts are short on mo
ing gymnasts and one new 7 think that if everyone else goes tivation."It .
comer, the team seriously will be like a first meet
lacks the depth it has had in out and hits it we can do well as should, a few problems, but it it!L

recent years. But head coach a team. Everyone is pretty fo- will just gear us up for the next .
.
"
Ernestine Weaver, enteringher one, Brennalt said. "If you "" "
,
11th season with the Ga cused. I don't think expectationsare have the mental capacity, the
I tors, hasn't lost confidence in sky's the limit. If we have the ALLIGATOR PHOTO
lowered. The other teams Junior Pam Titus who All-American
gymnast was an
her team's abilities. positive attitude we'll all do
last season on the uneven bars, is expected to be one
been but OK
well.
"It's
I rough, wedon't could have injuries as well.
cry and say'See you next Kutcher agrees. of UF's top all-arounders this season.

year,' Weaver said. "Every- Pam Titus "Our goals as a team," take to the meets and do all we can.
Yes, it
I UF gymnasttheir "Losing Lynette and Janice is a disappointment.
have eight girls in the gym and every competition one by one
will be harder. But we realize that we need to pull togetherhere.
we have to get them to fulfill and gradually add the hard
Now We do
: we are a much closer team. things
tricks there. We not worried about the
potential. in are right now
together on the weekends more than we ever used to. We
Wittmeier, who, as a freshman last year proved herselfto SECs (Southeastern Conference finals) or nationals. Right have to stick together."
be a top all-around (all four event scores combined) now we are taking the meets one at a time. It's going to
performer, injured her left knee during practice Dec. 11. take some time, but we can do it." iit a
Kerr, a two-time All-American, tore the Achilles tendon of Weaver said there will be more specialization than last
her left leg at the Jan. 4 practice. year. Every gymnast will be focusing on her strongest Looking forward, looking back. The three-team meet
Both will sit out the 1990 season. For Kerr, a senior, this events until the all-around lineups are set. tonight is billed as the Gatorade Opener. Admission is free
was her last year of eligibility. "We haven't decided yet (on the all-arounders),"Weaver for UF students with proper identification.
"Your immediate heart goes out to the kid,"Weaver said. said. "I think it's up for grabs. Everybody knows they havea Nearly 4,800 UF partisan packed the O'Connell Center
"She (Kerr) will be graduating. She's done." shot. last season to watch the Gators earn easy victories against
But, she said, things should be kept In perspective."All And most important of all, the gymnasts haven't given Towson State and Georgia College, based largely on UFs
of these girls have something (else) they're going to depth. Tonight's meet could be a completely different
be doing,"Weaver said. "We want to win and we like to put up."I think that if everyone else goes out and hits it we can scenario,as the Gators have only eight women on the squad.

on a show,but this is an extracurricular activity.That's what do well as a team," Titus said. "Everyone is pretty focused. Even though the last season-opener wasn't the best of
we're here for. I don't think expectations are lowered. The other teams nights for Christina McDonald, who tore the anterior cru
"They're going places, doing things. This is not a profes- could have injuries as well." ciate in her right knee, the Gators attained their highest
I sional sport." "There's been no extra pressure on all of us to do well, season-opening score ever with a 188.05. McDonald returns
Without their top two returnees, there's no telling who no one jumping down our throats," Kutcher said."We'll just this year and is expected to be a top gymnast.and .


. :'Gators hoping.... to soothe internal wounds ,, beat Tigers I

By DAN STIFFLER But Wednesday night, that was a lineup met with DeVoe. They were not avail But Auburn also experienced a changingof
Alligator Staff Writer Coach Don DeVoe chose not to use. able for comment after the meeting. the guard when Sonny Smith was fired as
It was a decision the Gators players did DeVoe defended his coaching decision head coach after compiling a 173-154 recordin
The UF basketball team returns to the not look upon favorably."If and said the Gators need to concentrate on 11 seasons.
O'Connell Center on Saturday to try to stop he (DeVoe) keeps us three out of the this weekend's game.
the bleeding on and off the court. game together, we'll have a losing season" "We've just got to play well in the next Taking over the top spot to lead the Tigers last
When the Gators take the floor at 1:30: Davis said following Wednesday's game. ballgame," DeVoe said. "We have to make is Tommy Joe Eagles, who spent Jhe
four Tech to an
Louisiana
1 p.m. against the Auburn Tigers,they will try "We've been here sure we're ready to seasons coaching the
87-40 record each to
two
trips
I .. to rebound from an 89-81 loss to Kentucky three years and he play." including and the
: in Lexington, Ky., on Wednesday night-a comes in and he M I of the players. In order to win, the National NCAA Tournament.Invitational Tournament
in the mouths of changes combinationsand any Gators
game that left a bad taste ((5-5 overall, 1-2
the Gators players.For that's not right. were upset with Coach in the Southeastern But Auburn could be catching the Gatorsat
the first time since the Nov. 30,1988, I'm going to talk to him Conference) also haveto a bad time. UF lost to Ole Miss in Oxford
j game against Siena College, UFs front line tomorrow (Thursday). Don DeVoe's decisionto eliminate the turnovers two weeks ago before coming home to
of center Dwayne Schintzius and forwards I'm frustrated and change the starting 48 in the last pound Georgia. Now the Gators return
f. Dwayne Davis and.Livingston Chatman mad." two games. And UF home after a loss to Kentucky, and DeVoe
never were on the court at the same time. That's a sentiment lineup. must not overlook a Tigers would like to see a repeat performance of

Back in 1988, the reason was simple: with which Chatman team picked in the the Georgia game. .

Schintzius was serving a four-game suspen- agreed. preseason to finish in "We can't dwell on the negative," DeVoe
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sion for the well-documented incident in "I've been upset so much that I'm just the lower half of the SEC. said."We would like to duplicate that (Georgia
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tII I 11 iIdt I I I ut I i I I .1 ---4 'II .1 VOLUME 83, NUMBER 81 Reese to step down as women's swim coach. .15 Women's clinic issue taken to Tallahassee.5 Can this man save the Gators? 'lie ir oes a challenge a nd borses In pressure lie s been in other programs that have not had great athletes, but he has derWloptd those young men into winners that can compete ;a inst the best athlete there are lie has the abisty to relate i ucceff and hm way of uinning to n is players Ind that'; shat roam ing and winning are all about That. to me, s the secret to Sti e Spurriers sut res -\llen I rainiml. [ 'F halfback. 1962-h5 By MIKE DAME W hen Rtephen Orr Spurrier handed on the t F campus in 1h3, few envositned the impact he wutd have on Gator football ]ut the modest quarterback from Johnson City, Tenn ,quickly displayed hs greatne becoming the school's only Heisman Trophy winer and capturing an eternal place in the hearts of Gao faithful along the way Now, some 23 years later, Spurrier his come home to (oach the Leant he seroed so well [Us pledge To propel UN's football program past Florda State Uiversity and the University of Miami as the best this state has to offer And why not? Everything Spurner has touched has turned to gold. In the mid-1980s, during three seasons as coach of the plampa Bay Bandits of the now-defunct United States Football League, Spurner led the franchise to a 35-19 record and two consecutive playoff appearances. The past three seasons at Duke University, Spurrier resurrected the Blue Devils with his wide-open offense and guided them to their first Atlantic Coast Conference title since 1962. But, as the adage goes, you can't hiveon reputation alone Spurrier, 44. faces several demanding challenges at his troubled alma mater Can he repair UF football's tainted public image? Can he fulfill his promise of graduating 70 percent of his players' Can he convince potential high school recruits that UF, a school mired n an ongoing NCAA investigation. is the ideal athletic and academic institution for them? Can Spurner revive Gator football? The consensus is a resounding 'Yes," "You don't see the kind of person Steve really is because of the glare of his coaching accomplishments," said Chris Kennedy, academic coordinator in the Duke athletic department. "People who know him will tell you there's more to him than you think there is." The 'Golden Boy' "The good of' Gator days are back." -Gay McDonald, wife of UF attorney Tom McDonald who negotiated Spurrier's contract The clock was ticking down in the 1966 UF-Auburn contest, and like the familiar script toan old movie, quarterback Steve Spurrier knew the task that lay before him. With the score tied at 27, the Gators faced fourth down, and a long field goal would give UF the victory After a masterful two-minute drill by Spurrier that brought UF inside the 40-yard line, the Gators' senior quarterback called timeout and strode to the sideline to confer with Coach Ray Graves. Both Graves and Spurrier agreed: The field goal was out of kicker Wayne Barfield's range. So Spurrier waved his teammate off the field and booted the only field goal he ever attempted. The 40-yarder defeated Auburn 30-27. "It's just that innate, God-given ability of leadership, of believing in himself," said Trammell, UP Litterman's Club president. "He made everybody else believe, and the reason he made everybody else believe is because he performed." After Spurrier's playing days, however, many doubted he could become a successful coach. Early in his coaching career, Spurrier was known aS "the countryclub coach."Rare wasthe day when Spurrier missed an afternoon on the golf course, and several early critics tagged him as the golden boy sorely lacking the work ethic necessary in becoming a successful teacher of the game. That perception vanished as his success grew and he SUZETTE CMOK -ALLIGA10 haw head football coach Steve Spurrier said he plans to make UF football the best the state has to offer. proved his dedication to the coaching profession "It broke my heart when he decided to go to Flonda." said Jackie Shankle. a staff assistant with The Iron Dukes, Duke's booster club. "He's a great man and he has the best offensive mind in the country. He's a laid-back sort of man, but he works very hard. You don't realize how hard he's working because of his personality." During his 10-year professional football career with the San Francisco 49ers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Spurner spent his off-seasons relaxing in Gainesville. No job. No career plans. Just hour upon hour of playing the links. When he landed his first coaching job in 1978 an assistant to UF head coach Doug Dickey, he soon realized his priorities in life rested with coaching Since then, Spurner has developed a sparkling image and staggenag success as head coach at Tampa Bay and Duke. But can he perform the same magic at U-? "We're all convinced that Spirner's a good coach," said UF political science senior Chns David. "When (my roommates and 1) first heard that he got offered the job, we got together and called Duke and asked to speak to Coach Spurrier He wasn't there, but we left a message with his secretary, 'Please come coach our Gators because we'd really appreciate it and if you come, we'll take you out to see SpuMder. page 7

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I ?fDAY, JANUARY 12 Ioo AI-.ATIN, Minorities hurt by CLAST Results show high By CHRISTY HARRIS Alligator Writer With more UF students having failed the ClASP since standards were raised last August, some administrators say the test is unfair to minorities, who were especially hard hit Results from the Oct 7 College Level Academic Skills Test show that although fewer UF students failed than projected with the higher standards, blacks and Hispanics' failing rates increased almost twice as much as whites' Administrators say there are several reasons for the lower passing rates Minority Student Affairs Dean Willie Robinson said part of the reason for lower minority scores is culturally different learning styles for blacks and Hispanics "Part of the problem is due to differences in preparation, particularly in urban school areas," Robison said. Latin American Studies Director Terry McCoy said Hispanics may have done worse on the test because English isn't their first language. "They're working out of two languages and English is not neces sarily their first," McCoy said. "It er failure rates for b would affect Ihe math tcs too because they have to read and assimlate the instructions All state university students must pass the CIAST-a four-part exam covering math, reading, grammar and writing skills -before receiting an associate's degreeoradvancing toupperdivision study The minimumpassingscore was raised last year from 270 to 295 in reading and English skills and math was raised from 275 to 285 The passing essay score will be raised from four to five this year and math will be raised to 295 in 1991 Jeanmne Webb, director of the Office of Instructional Resources, said the most meaningful difference in scores was seen in the English language skills section of the test "it has traditionally been al easy test, but in order to meet the standards (of the English language skills part), students had to get so many of those items right,' Webb said. Aside from the English Ianguage skills section Webb said the scores on the other three sections didn't decrease significantly "For the person who didn't pass, it's meaningful," Webb said "But lacks, Hispanics For the general Ixpulation, iL is not ", Rkibmnson said preparation for tOe CIAST at tiF sn't adequate, and that scores wont improve until changes are made "The difference with all istitution like UF is that it is a research based institution,' he said "There is not a lot of emphasis on remedial-based preparation Rut UFE may not need as much remedial preparation as other schools Webb said most of tFis students already were scoring at the new levels on the math section and they fared better than any of the other state schools' students "Statewide, our students perform so much better on this exam than those at other institutions, Webb said Keith Legg, interim academic affairs associate vice president, said those who do fail usually pass the second time around But not everyone thinks the answer is taking the test again Clifford Strong, loyal Fraternal Order of [he 99 commandant, said minorities will continue to do worse on standardized tests until society realies the tests are written without the black community in mind The Loyal Order is a national non-Greek organization deMarch 1989 October 1 38% 989 32% 1 TOUGHER CLAST Failing rates for UF students taking the College Level Academic Skills rest increased after the standards were raised August I In March 1989 2.667 whites, 72 blacks and 170 Hispanics took tre CLAST In October 1989, 1665 whites, 196 blacks and 99 Hispanics took the test 50%, 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Black signed to educate, motivate and protect the black community Te ACT and SAL are designed in Princeton, New Jersey, by intellectuals who have little if any con tact with the black communly, Strong said It's unrealsic to ex peef them lt do well We should reemphasize standardized tests is a measure of academic potential I egg said the ClAST measures 13% White Hispanic competency. n1t academic poten tial and biases are worked out of each qilu on on Che list "Th1e skills required are not exIraordinary," I rgg said "they're ne'dloin the work place I it stludents whit do tail. prograls spet itw ally designed to help theii are available The Ofsee CLAST. page 4 3 vie for treasurer By ANA ACLE Alligator Writer Although former Student Body Treasurer Alan Lievne recomnmended three names for the interim treasurer's post Thursday, he said two of the candidates don't stand a chance Levine,who resigned effective Jan. 5 to take an internship in Orlando, recommended David Winialski, Scott Thomas and Pat Siracusa for the vacant position. The interim treasurer will serve in Student Government until a permanent successor is chosen during the Feb 14 student elec tion. Levine said he'd like to see Winvalski succeed hire, and added he chose Thomas and Siracusa because he doesn't think they will win Student Senate will vote Tuesday on the nominations. If senate rejects all nominations, Levine must submit three mor names Winialski is a neurmscience graduate student working toward a master's degre. He is also the treasurer of the Board of College Councils, a student group that oversees the budget's post ary processes for each college council, and tie has had two years experience as the executive director for graduate student affairs Phomas, Ain accountmig major, is Student Body President Ed Scales chief of staff Both Thomas and Winnlski said they consider the nommalion an honor and added they were chosen because Levine was impressed with their past efforts Siracusa couldn't be reached for comment Siracusa, a liberal arts junior, is a former student senator Tickets for George Carlin will go on sa Tickets to se comedian George Carlin will go on sale Tuesday at 10 a.m. at University Box Office and all TicketMaster locations, Student Government Productions has announced. Carlin is scheduled to perform Feb. 2 at the O'Connell Center. Student prices are $850, and students can buy as many tickets as they want with their fee card, said SGP Chairman Paul Mateu. General public seats are $14. lie Tuesday Carlin has appeared on Late Night With David Letterman and ne Tonight Show. The comedian also has done seven Home Hox Office specials, Carbn's opening act has not been scheduled, but Maten said it probably will be a local comedian. Maten said SGP might sponsor a competition among local comedians, with the winner opening for Carlin. -ANA ACLE & AX present Phi Sig Musical Mayhem "a musical J 'SIba I/ Possible prizes Include: Honde Elite LX SA 50 (courtesy of r4'8t2!01) 2 night, 3 day BAHAMA vacation (courtesy of s.sa. %.) and much more from f and: The Trophy Shop, Burger King, Cuco's, Gainesville Health & Fitness, J. Paul Clothiers, King's Krafts, Country Sampler, Video Update, Turtle's and Dragonfly Graphics. 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I ALlJ6A'lU F RUAY, AN AR 2 1$i ELSEWHERE FDA recalls Jarvik artificial hearts WX' \SIN I N (III) -Ihe IFood and )ng Ad r'i3,sirai[o has reilledt the lhistoric Jarvik arti'ual lit r, citingirobltmsiits manufacturingand reports of olverse reactions, officials said Thursday [le makers of the artificial heart, Symbion n, were inuiited by letter hit the FDA withdrew approval for lither use of the device, an FDA spokeswom[Ian said Named aller its ivenior, Utah physician Rober Larimk, the art Lifik heir had been implanted III rlidrt 111m1) patienIs It is a fit-s,,'ed,electrically powered k bmoation of grapilite, polyurethane, Dacron, V Ito oni metal Ihe devii firsi madI history in late 1982 when dlorspatod it in thechest of Barney Clark,a eatle b rilis! dying front a degenerative heart condition Clark oved for 12 daiys with the artificial heart, dying inI \Lir h 1983 at the age of 63 three subsequent attempts it make the device a permanent heart substitute resulted in senous med cal complications the device has ommonly been used asa temporary bridge between a failing heart and a live transplant Other alternative, shortterm implants remain avail able for patients awaiting heart transplants The Jaiwik heart had been the only development approved for perinanenat heart replacement In withdrawing its approval, the FDA tited defcwencies in maiu facturing quality control, research site moitoring, personnel training and reports to the FDA of adverse reactions Offials at Symbion, which moved from Salt lake city to rempe, Arz last fall, were not available for comment Jarvik, who founded Symbion, sold his stock and left the company two years ago Mother sought in 9-year old girl's slaying ,lILCAGO tiP) -Polee wereseeking the mother ment during a search prompted by a call from her ola o-year-old girl whose body was found Thursday grandmother, said Capt Theodore Pendleton, It lt ca nes-.ige scrawled in blood and signed "her "We received a call from a grandmother. She said I moh r the mother had killed her daughter," Pendleton said Au horic('Ne. responding to a call from a worried "She didn't have the address, so the officers had to ~railother, sied Chav found the child's body -with comb the area before they found her." o smulestab wound m berchest and her face shrouded Investigators also recovered a knife they believe -wt lIe n.sage "Keisha Maxey, 9 years old IThe was used ii !he slaying sse Ir An powers 'iW Satan, nothing can hur her A pool of blood was on the floorof the room where mvmoore Sle Eastisd ain 9, loo between 2 and I the girl's body was found Her face had been wrapped Oc lo( k Her iolwr in a scarf. There also was a container of flammable Pl' i!wa h hel Iti miLe of I lie child's mother, who fluid, possibly gasoline, nearby on the floor, Pendleton renuired at larui' at mldday said llevoii,lound iin abandoned apartment buildThe blood -streaked walls also bore a Chicago fig. wa, tenrativiy idcat wined as Khalah E Mthamtelephone number, police said Investigators hoped mid, bort Aprif S, I s, the Cook County medical the party at the non-published number would lead t'XclnllTqrs 'Ik siI d them to the child's mother or shed some light on the olli t [ound he vil's lly clothed body lying on curcumstances of the slaying soi.i t Ljhinis nia thin se'tcoid floor of a vacant apirt Children witness mothe NI W HAVEN, (ou (UPI) -A woman in the process of moving iri her drug-ridden neighborhood was shot to death Wednesday night while her three young children looked on in horror, police said Maria Jusino, 33, was shot in the stomach outside a house, the apparent innocent victim of a shooting by thire men whi opened fire at another target Jusino and her children were leaving the house at I 3t ) m "when three men fired several shots in her dlVIreTI hin in apparent attempt to shoot someone t s ," a police s5 Xkesma i sai d Her three children, all indereight yearsofage, saw their mother collapse in the street and watched from CLAST from page 3 ice of Instrut ioal lI Resources offers a program for students who have failed one or more sections of the CIAST The program is available to all students who need help, but is required for those who have failed the CIAST twice, Webb said The Gator chapter of the NAACP also has a program to help people who may have trouble with the test Althea King, the president of the local chapter of the NAACP, said the group recommends using the tutors available at Broward Hall and taking sample tests They also refer students with specific weaknesses to the appropriate place for help. Another option that may help students with the CLAST is a newly offered English class. r's death in shooting a police car as ambulance crews tried to save her life She was pronounced dead at Yale-New Haven Hospital Residents said the neighborhood is overrun by drug dealers and users They said gunshots were common and young men openly deal drugs on the street Neighbors told police Jusino had moved Into the home of relatives about two months ago but decided to leave because she was afraid of the crime in the neighborhood They said she was loading a van with her belonging moments before she was shot A search by police failed to turn up the gunmen. 1000-level English class, ENC 1145 Topics for Composition, is offered this semester. Because it focuses on writing on a particular topic, it may help studentswho would have difficulty With the essay section Legg said UlF tries to steer students who need work writing es. says into the class They usually are transfer students from commu city colleges We're inviting students in there that failed the CIAST at least once and haven't had (ENC) 1102," [egg said. IThere's a bigger dose of composition." Director of freshman English Carolyn Smith said she wouldn't recommend the class over ENC 1101 or 1102 though "Each person's needs are different," Smith said. Smith said one section of the new class wouldn't be enough to make a conclusion about whether it will help She said she believes students automatically will write better when the minimum score is raised And the writing will have to get better Webb said with the essay portion's minimum standard going from four to five July 31, she's concerned about the effect. She estimated only about 80 percent of UF's students would pass the essay with the tougher standard, 'We'll see dramatic changes," Webb said Although legg, from academic affairs, said UF encourages freshmen to take the CLAST, King, frain the NAACP. said people aren't informed about it early enough. "We're trying to increase awareness about the CLAST," King said. "A lot of people don't take it seriously We want to show them there are places to go for help," 1iGnesle shcks check out The AfIgctor for eating places. THE DRE POSTER mRAME Standard Sizes: 16" x 20 1ir x24" 2( x 21r 24 xW 3 All In-stock posters are 25% OFFI Com. see the wide ecaion. un-mountIng at ax Dowmtowni Prame Shop. 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FRIDAY JANUARY 12, loon ALIGA')R Clinic fight goes to state capital By MIKE CARR are treating us like little girls," said the abolition of the Women's Chnic AYfl WAR Wendy Maynard, President of Cam"I have 1,800 signatures, and a stuAlligator Writer pusOrganized Against Rape,who will dent senator (Charlie Grapsk) is [F women's rights advocates are also attend the meeting with Reed going with me," Ieggette said "Reed tired of being treated like little girls They're basically saying This is will see that t'sabroad-based student by UF administrators, the president what we are doing Now be a good wish that the women's clinic stay as of UF's National Organization for little girl and go along with it.'" it is" Women said. So Friday, Joyce Leggette will take the fight to save UFs Women's Clinic to the state capital, In Tallahassee, she will try to enlist the help of State University System Chancellor Charles Reed to stop the closing of the clinic, which was proposed by Infirmary Director Boyd Kellett last fall, Kellett plans to abolish specialty clinics at the Infirmary and replace them with five health teams that will treat all ailments. "UF officials are saying, 'don't worry little girls; everything wll be all right,'" leggette said. "But we aren't going to take their word. We are going to the top." "Without a doubt administrators But Health Affairs Associate Vice President Ken Finger, doesn't think a meeting with Reed is the answer "It's unnecessary for them to go (to Tallahassee)," said Finger, who is Kellett's boss "They have not used the university system in my opinion I have not met with any of them." But laggette said she set up the meeting with Reed because she was unable to get fingers support. Finger said he would be "very surprised" if Reed tried to influence his decision to support Kellett's proposal. Kellett works through the UF president, Finger said. Lergette said that once Reed realuses she is representing much more than campus NOW at the meeting, he will use his political influence to stop Finger said students who signed the petition have misunderstood Kellett's proposal. 'hey are under the mistaken impression that Kellett has proposed a negative change when he will actually be improving services," Finger said. J'he 1,800 signatures represent a positive feeling for a good women's program, which we will keep (under a different name)," The Tallahassee meeting is the molt recent move by campus NOW to fight the clinic's abolition Students protested the plan Dec. 5 at a demon. straton outside the clinic and at a Student Health Advisory Board meeting Dec 6 YOUY I -J KI' 'c/C N\ '-7. For a limited time only, when you order Shoney's famous all-you-care-to-eat Soup, Salad and Fmit Bar at the regular price, you can get one of Shoney's sizzling, charbroiled hamburgers for 594, That's one Shoney's deal that can build up your appetite and still leave you with a trim lunch budget. (Available Monday through Friday, 11 a.mr-3 p.m.) gSIoNh RI WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW. WOOYS. 4 The Rest Bar-B-Q In TeWrld4 PRIME RIB DINNER ONLY $0.95 Includes baked potato or french fries. cole slaw 752 NEWBERRY RD and garlic broad 32-7858 q AAnAMMAAMAAWAAAAMMMArM of thise symptoms? e I. * es Patient Petty fans get floor tickets More than 80 rom Petty fans who didn't back down from long lines Wednesday were able to buy floor ticketN from the University Box Office, hut they myli have [o move for Petty's equipment, O'Connell Cenor director Lionel Dubay said Dubay said 84 extra seats went on sole about 2 p 11 Wednesday The seats were reserved for Petty's soundmixing board, but were made available because of the demand for tickets, he said Since Peitys product ion staff didn't specify what seats would be reserved for he equipment, 0' Dome personnel set aside six rows on the loor in front of the stage, then released half of them for sale "We, as a precaution, killed more seats than had to be done," Dubay said The 84 seats may have to be moved depending on where the equipment is set up If that happens, the seats will not be moved off the floor, Dubay said Many who waited in line for tickets Wednesday were surprised they got floor seats. UF sophomore Eric Brown got in line at about 10-30 a m .hours after the line had formed By 2 30 p m. Brown had a floor seat "I was nervous about even getting a ticket," he said. -MIKE BRUSCELL .MR

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Al I~(A,1~)R, IRICAY j I I r I OPINIONS '1he new year always brings with it a host of wishes and promises As a result. we have lots of laurels and only a few darts So lets enjoy the spirit of the new year and enjoy the decade's tirst installment of Darts & laurels LAUREL to Ieonadi(lo Pizza By The Slice and Leonardo's 706 for replacing their styrofoam pizza trays with biodegradable, pressed-paper trays We know the paper is more expensive but Leonardo's is keeping the cost just about the same by covering the trays with tin foil The Millhopper Square Ionardo's and about a mdlion other restaurants in Gainesville haven't caught on yet but hopefully they'll get the idea, DART to all UF Physical Plant workers who drive and park their ugly blue pick up trucks on the SIDEWALK Maybe our goal of getting UF to keep traffic off campus during the peak hours was a bit lofty considering the biggest offenders are UF employees. We've got to get them off the SIDEWALK first. We'll hang on to our dream of a safe campus, but for now we'll settle for getting two-ton trucks off the SIDEWALKS. LAUREL to UF's solid waste coordinator, Al Krause, and his staff for setting up next week's phone book recycling drive. And LAUREL to the student groups who are volunteering to do the collecting, including the Environmental Action Group, the Environmental Law Society. Throwing one old phone book in the garbage may not seem like a lot but thousands of them literally take up tons of valuable landfill space. The campus drive is ready to collect 20,000 phone books -45,000 to 60,000 pounds of paper -and ship them through Jacksonville to South America where they will be shred for insulation material. It's a shame we couldn't recycle them at home but at least someone is doing something. Bring your books from home and look for the dumpsters in the commuter parking lots. Anyone who drops off their book with a student group at a campus site will get a coupon for a free coke from Gator Dining Service. DART to Student Government Productions Chairman Raul Mateu for making grandiose 1990 promises that he can't keep. We wouldn't mind if he couldn't give us the best seats for the Tom Petty concert. But we do mind when he promises them and then doesn't deliver. Not only did he con hundreds of UF students to stand in his line at the Reitz Union, he never told anyone there would be no special priority for students. An announcement Wednesday morning would have given fans in the back of the line the option of toughing out the wait or using their two hours to run over to Sears for tickets -and probably better seats. LAUREL, reluctantly, to Mateu and his staff for getting Petty here in the first place. We're not sure if Petty decided to come on his own or if Mateu is telling the truth when he says he worked hard to get him here. (He's the one who promised us great seats, remember?) We're not really sure why Petty has been away so long but we're glad he's coming and giving SGP the privilege to book him. The students could really use any extra cash made off this show. alligator Editor Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton Lefttrs Poliey Limn W IM efltor ,bOuId "t ex.d 200 wrfls retoest n 10 wae They sOAd IND ned. sM.ced Paayed houd mide a noed n .address n tels 0 nomer Narea wi Ne wIflteld if tltir M#.S jut Cae f -hae queSUins eaMi te edMtS oq .adato at 3Th-4., College SWWWem DoC? 'cocoon' does t last long I guess it's about that time when most of us wonder why we ever bothered coming to college Drop-add nes are miles long. Our schedules are empty, most classes are full, and our fingers and faces are permanently ink-stained from the spring semester newspaper Desperation leads to indifference as we skim the newspaper for possible classes in "Poultry Science,' "Swahili" and "Vegetable Crops." It's looking pretty bad. But eventually we manage to fillourschedules and our studying, sleeping, partying routines begin anew It's scary when you think about how much our lives have changed in 10 years. That's when I begin to appreciate these last couple of years, We are no longer children We rarely need permis sion from our parents to do the things we want to do We are not quite adults and therefore have no heavyduty responsibilities We are living in this grayish world of in between, apurgatory really, faraway from real life.hink about how lucky we am. We never again will be as free, as youthful, and as unattached as we are right now. We are existing in a collegiate cocoon with a life expectancy of four years. We have all of life's essentials surounding us and, if we're lucky, they're free. Loans, scholarships or parents pay for schooling, apartments, bills, food and clothing. On the weekends, there is a buffet of parties umuurrnwainuummnuawi Political science needs more faculty Editor: Like the author of your editorial "Everybody Share, "on Jan 1o, the Political Science daparimenti regrets the necessity of restricting the first two days of drop-add to is majors. his decision was reached be cause ourstudents, all too frequently, find themselves approaching graduation without being able to obtain sufficient credit hours to meet the requirements of the major. The root of the problem, as you noted, Is Insufficient staffing to meet the needs of UF students who wish to take courses in Political Sciece. Youreditorialrcommendedadso Debbie Cenziper C OLLEGE LIFE to choose from We can't beat it College is when we can really get to know ourselves and discover our potentials and drawbacks. Amidst our numbers there is bound to be an undiscovered congress person, scientific genius. Picasso or Streisand Thisis the time to cultivate our dreams and take practical steps toward reaching them. College really is a oncem-na-lifetime experience Maybe that's why some graduates are afraid to leave. Graduation is for sure the last binding link to youth and protection. It's all responsibility from there I'm going to enjoy the two years I've got left here. I'm sure I'll remember these days with longing 10 years from nowwhen I've gota deadlineata newspaper in an hour, a screaming editor whose ulcer is bigger than his belly and a husband who called to say he's bringing his parents home for dinner. And won't I be sonry. These are truly the last days of youth. So enjoy them. Live them. noroughly. Because we all know, but often forget, that we'll never be the tame again Debbie Ceiper is ax Alligator writer. dressing the problem instead by giving majorspriority statusduring the advanced registration period. As it happens, we requested precisely such a solution during a meeting with the Registrar last fall. The request was not honored, leavingus no alternative but to hold the first tw days of drop-add exclusively for our majors. Anticipating the problems this would cause for non-meaors, we took a number of steps to acco, modate them We voluntarily increased class sizes by 10 percent over normal limits, additional sections taught by adjunct faculty were scheduled and our two nrt heamly subscribed undergraduate courso, are available through correspondence. The department also reserved aorn class spwns Jar nofnror. nese spaces wereonly madeavailable to students with appointments on the third and fourth days of drop-add. nese steps help explain why spaces were still available in most of our classes by 10 a. Wednesday. after most non-majors had completed departmental dropadd. These short-term solutions are forced upon departments like ours that have too few faculty to satisfy student demands. Ile problems will remain so longas. Florida withholdufundstrimhighereducation. An institution that can find $4C0,000 to pay a football coach could also do more to neet the real needs of its students. K*WAth D. Wald Chaseas of P~ w Vudri postal lnh. ,\ LL

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SPURRIER from page 1 dinner at Burrito Brothers' Duke students will miss Spurrier's charismatic image. Duke law student Steve Marks, who has attended the university for five years, said Spurrier brought the fun back to Blue Devils football. "After about 20 years of mediocrty in Duke football, he returned respect to the Duke program," Marks said. "But Florida just has so much more to offer than Duke Here, football has just been something to do to pass the time before basketball season, and I think Steve Spurrier deserves better than that." Not everyone shares Marks' sentiments. Shankle said Duke boosters always showed confidence in Spurrier, and she isn't hiding her bitter disappointment in his departure, "I can find plenty of fault with his leaving Duke, but it's strictly personal." Shankle said. "He has brought joy, delight and hap. piness to Duke's followers. Florida is for. tunate to have him. I hope they realize just how fortunate they are. "I don't like that's he's gone down there; in fact. I hope the NCAA buries him in the middleof (UPs) football field!Butl'mhappy forhimandhisfamily ifit'swhattheywant" Almso happy are the thousands of Gator supporters, as reaction to Spurrier's hiring has been ecstatic, said John James, executive director of Gator Boosters. I've talked to people from the rural areas and the metropolitan areas, and throughout, there is utter bliss with Steve Spurrier," James said. Steve has a particular ability to bring all the different groups together. Steve's image is that of a good, clean, wholesome, honest and dependable person." ba fro Academic Irony "I couldn't have aed for moe -Chris Kennedy. Duke U It took Spurrier 18 years to chelor's degree in physical e m IF in 1981. university earn a duration "They read my name off and alot of people thought it was my son, probably." Spurrier said "But I was embarrassed about not graduating for about 14 years until I did it It's something I should have done a lot earlier Mike Gannon, a UF professor and former associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, gave the invocation at Spurrier's graduation ceremony and was surprised to see the former Gator great walk across the stage. "I was startled, and most pleasantly so, when I saw him anonymously among all the young graduates walking very proudly up to get his degree" Gannon saidiThat said a lot about the man Ironically, what took Spurrier 18 years to accomplish, he expects his players to do. but on a much tighter schedule. At Duke, Spurrier earned a reputation among his colleagues as a man devoted to academic excellence. Fifteen of his 19 senior Duke football players -79 percent -graduated last year. UPs latest graduation rates were far off that mark. Only five of 22 football players recruited a freshman in 1983-4 graduated by Aug. 31, 1988 -22.7 percent. Spurrier has established a goal of someday graduating 70 percent of his new players. Incentives are built into his fives year contract to encourage results. UF professor Jane Brockmann, president of UFs chapter of United Faculty of Florida, a statewide faculty union, said Spurriers goals are admirable. But she questions the incentives included in his contract. "You can't legislate a graduation rate," Brockmann said. "I think a lot of faculty would question the process that is getting set up for inducing (higher graduation rates). Imagine paying professor forgiving a student an 'A' in a course Or paying a department or a professor for increasing the number of majors in their department That would be considered very unprofessional." At Duke, Spurrier gave academic coordinator Kennedy the freedom to establish the academic practices he thought were best for the Blue Devil football players "It's hard to do this job if you don't have support from coaches, because that filters down to the players," Kennedy said "But it was always clear here that that's what came first. If somebody needed to miss practice for a lab or had some kind of academic emergency, they could doit. If I needed bin to punish somebody for something, he would do it without any problem Professor Gannon said Spurrier's academic goals for his players can be reached only by recruitingserious students Kennedy agrees "It's not as hard as it sounds.' he said "You look for people who can play, but who also have a legitimate interest in academics. They don't have to be geniuses, but you kind of filter out the guys that clearly have no interest in going to school." A change of heart ,Miami and Florida State an'T going to get the cream ofthe crop anymore -Mike Pittman, head football coach at Suwannee High School in Uve Oak A few months ago, many Gator fans around the state already had given up on UPs 1990 recruiting season. With the specter of a possible NCAA probation and the success of FSU and Miami, the majority of the state's talented high schoolcopweren't looking at UF. But since Spurrier's arrival, the Gators' sagging recruiting effort has received a much-needed shot of adrenaline. One player who already has wavered to the Spurrier charm is Chiefland High senior Oscar McBride. The 6-foot-6, 245-pound tight end verbally committed in December to attend Notre Dame -without considering UF a finalist. But just days after Spurrier's announcement, the new coach was at McBride's door. He left with McBride's word to visit UF before signingon the dotted line with Notre Dame. "Just Spurrier walking into Florida has made a great impact on recruiting," said Pittman. "I met Coach Spurrier last year Spurrier family happy with move sUzRTTE COOK -ALMATORf Amy and Lisa Spurrier By DEIE CENZIPER Ever since UF students Amy and Lisa Spurrier began teaching their 2-yearold brother, Scotty, to say, "Go Gators," they knew they wanted their father to return toUF. And now that Steve Spurrier has been named the Gators head football coach. both girls can spend more time with their family. "We were hoping all along that this would be his choice but we didn't want to put too much pressureon him." Unsaid. Their mother, Jerni, will continue her college education at UF, where it began 26 years ago. She moved from Gainesville 15 credits short of a bachelor's degree in economics and never completed her requirements elsewhere. She wasn't inter ested in graduating from any other school, Lisa said. But when her husband decided to return to hisalma mater, thefamily finally was able to rally around the same football team. Both Lisa, an exercise science senior, and Amy, a junior in marketing, said they've always been faithful Gator fans. But when the Duke University Blue Devils played on television at the same time as the Gators, they watched the team their father coached before heading to see Famly, page 8 Spurder won the 1986 Helsman Trophywhen he came here recruiting for Duke, and he's a class person, He's very straightforward and very honest with you McBride seems to fit Spurrier's player mold perfectly. sporting a 3 8 grade point average, considered one of the state's top recruits and boasting an average of 23 5 yards a reception in 1989. A promising future 'We want our players to have character, be good students and then be football players." -Steve Spurrier, UF head football coach The new coach has brought to UF those unique qualities that are being demanded of today's college football coaches. A balance of academics and athletes, and the development of quality citizens, is clearly Spurrier's goal for the Gators "It is our iob as coaches to impress upon our players that the main objective is to get the education and graduate," Spurrier said. 'That's the cycle I hope to establish here, and we want our football players, when they're 35, 40.45 yearsold and in a position to contribute back to their university, they can come back to Gainesville and watch the young Galors play And Spurrier said it shouldn't be a probem getting those successful student-athletes to UF "We've got the finest facilities We're put ting natural grass down on the field and with the advantage of a Florida degree, we should be able to excel easily (In recitingg" SpurTier said "We've got everything going for us here We just have to go out amd get the message across and have a better track record in graduating our players As for that little statistic known as the win-loss record, James said no one is better for UF than Spurrier. "Steve brings integrity and inspiration to our players," James said "We're not going to get outcoached on the field, either. 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I Al JJ(.LIlUIt EIDAY, TANI!ARY I2 Int ROOMMATES hmirnc W Id ifrqe site 2 lirhpriins ceilng drs pool kitihpr own barh oak floors $lO,11t CalI Jef'371 1909 1 23 '0 5 F NiS own adm n NW uplon 6.ks to UF Washer microwave $133,mo & ?,3 uoil Call 3/3 0758 sae message 1 17 S 5 M N'S Soro,'Iy Annex Unti Summe, I Block 10 UF rurm-shed S1 50/mo Call 37 1280 or 378 4078 1 17 5 5 Maio student needed to share 20r apt Furnished $150/monmih & 1,3 iusles in GOiorwood own room 373 0566 1 1 '-5 NoRsmnk MIf to share 2bdrr I alb pt $110mornh 6 1/2 utiies walking dia lance To campus Call 3/6 1283 for do Tails 1 1 S 5 IN THE PINE S own room in 3bdrmi2 III ba M n/s for $T75ic & 1/4 ull Pflc, nego Jan tree Call 336 6044 1 17 5 5 BICYCLE CLUB rmet needed, n/f. mate bdrm w/ra $200/cm A /3 ut' lries and phone Call Brady 335 5959 1 12 3 5 GWM wanted to share 2bdrr Townhouse $155/moplue1 /2utiies PleasecallanyTime 335 1407 1 17 5 5 Female rcoomate needed icr2bdrn 1 11/2 path close to UF. pets ok price Telgotla bhI Call 375 5493 1 17 5 5 LAKEWOOD VILLAS MF NS Foe own Edrn $10,/1o & 1/3 ulil Call 336 6446 1 12 3 5 Rmmt needed Irg house, hardwood firs big backyrd pots ok short lease or thrLi summer Imi from UF, nice area $225/mo 375 7169 1 1755 F to share completly frnished bdr/l 12 Do rown-ouse In SW area, wasr, dry, $225'mo & 1.2 ofl 335 0598 117-5 5 RoOm & Bath in 3bdr at Spyglass Apis $230 Plus 113 uni Call 335 5235 anytime Roommate needed to( own bdrm in 3ti e, u 5 blocks from UF F15i1O 41 3 or I Fn I eplo 375 1 4?7lvamOr I tin65 ROOMMATES Own room in Ur[shed 4/2 apartment Preforrably male to share rent $120 & /4 unlites Call Chris at 335 4195 1 12-3-5 Windmeadows mobile park roommate wanted 2cdrfurn $140/mo & 112 utils Call 338 0375 Robedr or leave message 1 12 3 5 F r,/s rrmm I serious student, private Adr in rice Pouse, Talk Norman Hall $80 & share ufl 378 5897 4 12 3 5 Responsible NIS oomimiate needed to share furnished 2bdrmr/barh aptwIth EE Gatortown $175/moa A 12 Tlls 374 8486 1 17 5 5 Room For Rent furnished all Utlties Paid 19 Blocks Norh OF Carnpus $175 per me or $50 per week Call Rick 378-3042 1 16-4 5 Malon/a to share bedroom in a 2bdral-2be apt at Gatorwood Close Carlpus $145 a month & 3 Li tlies Jan fraeill 3779193 117 55 OXFORD MANOR share 2bdr/2ba 1/2 utilities Havey ourown botdba JANUARY IS FREE I Call Joe 375 2545 1 1235 DESPERATEI F to shae master bdr, in bd/2be furn In The Pin.e apt, no deposit. Janf. Call 371-4892 -6-45 MOONSTRUCK Disordered in mind supposedly affected by the influence of the moon, crazed, iu ratic, dazed Do you hew any W' these symptoms? 1 16-35 CashE 5O)7*,1It THEWAKor THE1O5 9 !T2L Ma t E8iOt5ltO It it reaffirms life! 4hLMO4M) 01 m lo-1 its ROOMMATES F n/s Own bedroom in 2bedm/ bath apt Clean A sludiou 1165e/mo & 1/2 ut Avail Now Cull Patti aT 374-4970 leave message 1 17 5-5 Newly Furnished townhouse close toUF F for own be in Ig bdr wash/dry cable, pool, $200/mo to share or $300/mo for own room 336 0038 1-25-10 5 Furn rm NW house S-mi to UF DIhwash, wash/dry, fireplace flnced *150/mo + $150 dep 1/3 all 371-2320 Lv MSg I 122Oakbrook luxury condo needs / female to share bdrba $175/mo l/S utilities. 5-molease ok walk to F Call 375-6304 1-18-5 5 F tr/a to share 2br/l 1/2 ba quiet condo in Mill Run near Campus $190/mo+ 1/2 until Pool laund A Micro Call 336 4763 1 1-5-S 2-,mmts, responsible 1g house Duckpond area all appliances, pool prlv/pking w/rent.a 2 bike to hF *275/mo shave ll 371-2556 1-10-3-S Share a Sbd home In SW area. Great study atmosphere but NO geeM allwedl $200mo ng + r/ util Call Michelle 335-7245 1-1--5 5 M hts rmot to she large furn master br Sparrow Condo 8125/mo split utir w/o avail pool tfnnis clubhouse 332-0451 Gregg I-10-5P'ofesslonal students -m to Shande, bdr for rent in Sbdr house, yard wash/dry, $160/ MO + 1/3 util 375-3116 Leave msg 1-185--5 RICHARD GERI ANDY GARCIA 19 I a (9.I a@ $2)7 A. ir hi2. LEATHEIFACE The TOe Chiwaw Maocfe 3 ZO(55*St5O0)58 I,lht,1I -VCATION .LITTLE -CM Bobby --h fle 50020) ?orced to choose BL AZE PAUL NEWMAN 11 TON CRUI SE 11 N ENTE FINJhlM oiilIX A trae ory K ROOMMATES Brandywine-Desprately need male roommate Fully furnsahed Available yeatarday 335-3817 1 -16-3 5 ROOMMATE WANTED NS M/. $200/1m 1/2 ut $200 sac Largo, fnice & nea apt 2bdtgn 2 12 bath Call TIm 332 3248 125-10-5 ROOMMATE M or F NtS quiet a studious $200/n own bed A bath + 1/3 U IT $200 sec Fund condo Call 336-1600 1 24-0-5 SPYGLASS Jan rnI tre.el MAF for own bdrm/balh. walk in closet. D/W. micro $223'mo & 1/3 utl Call 335-7720 -1, 5-s Bicycle Club. N/S rmmt v/own room in furnished 2bdrm apt. not far from campus Call 335 6838 1-17-4-5 MALE N/S roommate needed Own rm furnished in big house w' wood floor, backyard No dork* C"l Sharon 3750219 Leave message 1-17-5 Femare roommate wanted to share furnished 2bedroorn house 10 oi walk from UF ($2e5 A utIlities) dvided by 2 376 5502 () 392-6 113(D) 119-5-5 MOONSTRUCK Disordered in mind, supposedly attacted! by the inluance of the moon orzed. lu. natic. daiey. Do yhawe a-1 of the" gymp4Om? Roommate Needed U, NS for house, Located Smiles from Washer/Dry., $180/mo A 1/3 Cal 375-89 1 -19-5-5 3bd,/2ba campus utilities ROOMMATES OWN ROOM Mobie H Fenced yd Pet ok o/F, serious student $125/mo & u it Erik 376 0570 1 10-5-5 FREE JAN RENT Casablanca West, 2bdr/2 I/2 ba condo, fully turn w wash/dry, T o f l/s. $260 A 1/2 util 335-2593 Dan 1 -19-5-5 Rmmt Wanted Sunny IrO bd/ba in 3bd twnh Wed, dw. pool. tennis. gym, etc Avair Immed -S/31 + $220 nag & 1/3 Li Marosa 335-5641 1-19 5-5 DESPERATE Liberal lam to occupy own bdr in modern 3bdr house In quiet, safe area Big fenced yard, no pete, WOD, VCR, skylights Approx 2mi N of UF $180/mo & 1/3 utIl 376-413 Jn or MarTha 1-19-5-5 Heyi Jan freel Own rm Gatorrown $160/mo A 112 until Pets ok, M or F, prof upper or grad BR unfurn Stacey 3765782 1 17-3-5 FOR RENT -2bdrsmirmy Sptingi( home $150 and $200 Call Kelly 378-4406 1. Serious student 4br house walk UF/City $?59/mo A UtIl & $100 deposit, quiet 3770165 1 16-2-5 MF n/s, 3 Mi to Shanda in quiet SW hom. wwash/ micro mny xtras, w/ two vet students 376-3118 1-18-4-S Studious M N/S neded for HOUSE I an bdrm 8140'Mo + /Nlgt 2 mile. to UF quiet NW area car. Call 373-2078. I1MF N/S own bedibath with wash/dry in quiet NW condo Serious student proftired call 378-0923 1-19 5 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe 1 5 13 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 ACROSS Met for mama Of f. stars Trapped Went on 1We Ebeme dmsie Having mhrs. feet F low. r essence African anp~ Club charges Exr emies happiness 23 Sfaecack 24 Make a mistake 25 FPrustes 26 Perk of bat fame 27 Pass judgment 29 Tantaiizer 30 vIoinst Muller 31 Young salmon 32 No ordinary 35 Equality in dealings 39 ContoIta horse 40 Pak brookngate 41 Allo 42 Beer ingredient 43 Coech patriot Edvard 44 Hill's opOslte 45 old French coin 46 Ftimared 47 Syrup source 46 Spinning blades 50 More poptlNted 51 Vetoes 52 Deiy compefltors 3 Capol body 54 TrSas vehd. 1 Dnsmke,, 2Med 2 Tspestry 3 Onegs equal 4 Total up On horseback 6 Emphasize 7 Attempts SOrcome with 9 Certain vote 10 Bookeepers journals 11 mn w coverings 12 Moter 14 Hang loosely 17 Gun make 19 -Bay, Nova Scotia 22 Musclan Goodman 23 kile for 25 Leases 26 Playful 28 Spot 29 Coln toss 31 32 33 35 Adroit maneuvering 3 Passed. as time 37 Wall Shrt Wua I aI 38 Takes te "eIn 43 Flora and faun. 44 Trip te light fantastic 46 Ofles buddy 47 Repast 49 Long lime 50 AMA members PREVIOUS PUZZLE: 6IITIIPAIILIAIN Li ENIE I OI El AIR *i IC 110 Il 11PR NIU DPINTl 17111:111 Lost color Abakone Church offideal A"'d II *ION Il Aaesa TI Syadies. Il:e U:0 0uam-, iti, I= Non-Credit Athletic Improvement Class Open to all UF students Physical examination required for participation Organizational meeting January 12, 3:00pm South End Zone Meeting Room, Football Stadium For further information call 375-4683 Ext. 4994 0A0 r ai*' DA -WUF SHOW 2.75A--MMAT.E., TIHIE FinI J 0 H N It-1YToN in 1ltiv"

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 12 Take. GAJAR II 6 FOR SALE BRAND NAME COMPUTERS As low as $25/mo no $ down FREE Cataloge over 50000 customers -00825 7283 oeen waterbed Whearer sheets & co n fares, $150 obo, 375 2218 1 125S6 Take over my Power Plant Memberstril $550 Thru 9r91, 373 7374, leave mosr ige 1-12 5 6 Nice Clear Modern Furnilure All at Rea sonbe Prices Come Take a Look The Plunder Hous 511 SW 4 Avenue 1 22-10 6 Slice of Mice Row+0 FOR SALE Nci I3rycle AT8 style 1sponed chro 1i'v rar indei Shitle all the bolls and nisrles MusI sell Call 332 0940 Country slI furnire sofa conee table & chairs, good condition, $125 call 375 80 1 ask or Ch re, alter Epmn 377 5W16 PCUGLOt 12 spd ra S road ike Excel lenT condition $175 or best olfer Call 336 8491 1 12 5-6 Alpine Kenwood Sony and 30 more brands are all at our New LocliornI Car Stereo Specialisls 3215 NW 13 St 3722070 430 75 6 by Virginia Voelklein work.M c v0o rat" Cr o ) Y~ QQ' ... FOR SALE CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS al.he ldast best and west priced car stereo store in town 372-2070. 2201NW 13SI 4 30 ?5 5 Rockford, Foogt enale, Pioneer, Initnity, Kicker. Code Alarm The Beer Car Sterlo Installer in town Car Stereo 10Go 375-1834 4 30 75 0 7 Single Ceds w onewood S75 each I Nithki 10 spend S 75, $250New Dennis 376 3596 1-17 1S Fender Stratocasler Plus Wil case $550. also assorled e'Iecis Call Bruce 3744202 altoe 6pm on weekdays I 12 56 Ciscn size Aaterbed WI headboard $75. large 2 dresser set W/ mirror $50 dining room Table w/ 4 chairs $40 call MichelI I 338 1714 IV message 1-12 5 6 *00 LOOKI *** King waterbed uses standard sheets cost $700 now -sacrifice $225 Aquarium 45 gal complete $260, "in brass Mdbd Tn '30 All prices nag 339 0483 1 12 5 6 RUGS AND CARPETS Aefordable remas for your dorm or apartment We doliver' Ray's Rug 535 SW 4th Ave 377 5265 $ blocks E of campus 2620NEW SHOP We have a good deal on ATR bikes Come see us-Gand, Cycle 3321 SW Archer Rd 373 3962 We buy, sell and Irade 1 17 BIXE SPECALIll Oualily Touring ATB bikes $189 A Up Large selection of used bikes $45 A UP $7 99 U lock with bike purchase Bikes & More 2133 NW Sh St 373 6574 1 17 5 MTN bike. alt deore 11 w/car eye ATC comp Brand new, MUST soll make ofert Yakima bike racks Ior car $125 obo Call 378 T50s 1-756 *,oa$sh u ..\ ..lee .o .. Li 1 #5 MSireA f ALY CVdfafM." .IS A.A it MY~ ALLWS$ POUR, ofri 0ii mieln aqst in aflnsMA 541 W1K AM 'gAP I Wali.s etsrn f Mol go H E ifLEt Gd Yj know.), IT S8mi To ME ThAr W4EMNVa I fwottaxot 1 1. A Al IS 3001. t Si W(AS as/P/ It CRAIG BAXTER zS So~fl Y# wAor BE \M A fAe Spur KILu btv II T 1AW711C t ORMWke wasto7fiSl ar ne SO sinSXES" PVM* ems I-n Ia lat.2. Puivroxnora -otogaey PIT Z by t Schor AND TilE RAWST SAL$ TNE SNWS' 1 't W!sb~ ..s FOR SALE Al MOSt NI W Art )uro mark oqly hnaI ihrI, I ir;tm i m Ithrq coffee sIt' II tI Ir IS's' Iilirt 2 cha rs 377 IS 1 6 A DV T200' Don r pay lop $ at Thu stores bay ry Used rols and materials cheap Portiorro & driving board icI 335 3604 I l' 3 i Single maltress box spring and frame $50 1 extra single maltress $20 371 4823 obo 1 1? 3 o Canon F I 35mm with Sunpak 544 Ihyris for Flash and lenses all in mint condition $350 obo 336 8271 Adam I 17 5 6 For sale queensize waveless waterbed w/padded Irams A heater $150 obo Call Angie 336 6567 or 375 1558 leave mas sage 1 16-1 6 48" Parallel lark by Spiroliner for sale $40 Cal 373 5398 1 17 5 6 drawer sold wood desk Like new con diion $40 Please leave message 336 0207 1-17 5 5 PC XT compatible 640k ram, 20 meg hard dik, 2 floppy drives, monochrome monitor $02S Accloe available 374-8486 1-16 4-6 CAR ALARMS installed remote control any car truck or var Lilly guaranteed will demo Call 336 9193 student IV moosage 2-28-34-6 WATERBED QUEEN site 75% waveless with headboard, heater and padded ral. $200 or best offer 37 0071 days 1-12 2-6 Fender Strat Plus 1987 milt condition with maple neck Come& Wilh hard shell case $550 Call Mike 373-9305 TREK 640 t2-spd 531 tube, 700 wheels. 24-in frame $225 Aslgh i 0-spd OR hubs Aloy Crank $69 376-7372 1-17 4CLEARANCE SALE-many llems to choose from Jewelry TV's, cameras, VCR' etc Best Jewelry & Loan Pawnshop Sale is on till everytlno's goneill 1-25 10 0 Oueen waterbed wjbackboard $200 Moped $200 5 pc slec drum set $400. surfboard $150 Call Mark 373-6820 1 1-5E 1985 Honda Odyssey 4-wheeler 350cc new tire., 70mph, '001 cage $1000 Brian 376-6500 Alsofor sale hors railr$600 FOR SALE WATERF D OufEN SIZF wheater St, 336 3914 1 IS 5 6 Princeton high 'as color Monitor and graphics card loItec mouse never used Grad sTo must aell otters comn~ 335 1546 1 18 5 6 TREK 12 Speed racing bike wih waler bottles and tool bag E excellent condition used Only five months Call 395 9835 1 22 7 6 HE 28 S LISe new Manuals Inlcuded Must oll changed major 600 neot lble Call 335 Stil leave message 1 17 4 6 Bedroom auite O matIr,,s and box spring dresser mirror, nightstand headboard and frame 378 6968 leave message $550 obo BEDS BEDS BEDS Dressers Chest Bookcases, Sofas TV carts. Entertainment centers and more St 'he lowest prs i' es Vi'l'e 3714422 Dumas Discount 1421 NE 8 Ave 2-2 166 Waterbed super single semi wave iner heat. mat pad, pod, like new used less Than 10 limes $120 Cruinorgen IohIt$40 373-3827 1 03 6 Blow Out Sale Beach cruiser with lock, heavy duty desk, wn size bed with box spring All 3 for $100 Call SCOTT 377-t027 1 22 7 6 Under $100 each twin platform bed w/ mattress, doubt. A Iriple dressers, desk, dinette eel, reclinter Call *ves 378-6450 5Plc drum set Pearl Whit. Crassifide. exccond QUick ade. hI-hal $450 Greg 3740835 v mag I 1i-56 COMPUTER Packard Bell 280. 12MIT 40mb hard drive, S 26t 2 floppy, 3 '' 1 44 Floppy, imb ram. wie hI-ra coor monitor. lyr ware .4 ffiths on-sli. 61795, call 335 1300 '-3113CHEST OF DRAWERS & matching night stand $50 desk $30, bookshelf $10 DIN ING table $50 All 00 378 t08l after 900pm 1 12-16 Ten speed bicycle to sale Ladles Ross Simmons tMin bed, martress and bospr ing Ext condition Call 377 1192 B 0 Classlfleds. 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2. MIJ(GATOR. FRIDAY IAN'ARY 12 I" FOR SALE MICRO CLNIH, Compulers 3/6 1146 ditorsa Choice CompuAdd Northgato HP/ Price same or Tower than mail order Systems below include Imb, 40mb 28ms graphics monitor MC 286'12 51195 Packard Bel $1295 MC 386sx S495 Northgae. 386/20-$2209 PB 296 laptop w'hd & battery $1999 CompuAdd 810 w 20mb A graphics monitor$970 1 3 year warrantIes Onate warranties Panasonic 1 80 printer $185, HP Laser Jet lip $1049 4110 SW 34th St 308 W Univ Ave 1 2276 Waterbed krngsize, reQ mattress, mead board iner heater excellent condition $100 Call 331-7570 eves 4 17-3-6 Huge desk $95, mahoghany bul et S 25. ig chair $25. anique phon CabInea $25 draft table $30 2 .oar. chair beds $30 377 6325 1 12-1-6 For Salo $1100 worth ofA A 0A Dgaming mate ras to be sold as one packs0. most items like now $100 obgo Call 335 9315 1 19 5-6 COMPUTERS XT FROM $479 ATFROM $089 CALL 372 5145 1 18-4 6 BABY CHINCHILLA for sale Light-grey ball of fur Very easy to care for pa Call 376 9491 1-12-I-6 CD PLAYER 1989. for car nstallation. almost now' Must sil 112S Call 370-, 1022 1 19 5 6 MOPED Puch bought new in 86, only 1500 Mi ,,cilenh cond $450 obo Please call 378 3739anytirme 1 19 5 6 KING WATERBEO delux head board so mirror lamp & shalt padded railings IT 75 rso 132 3243 1 19 5 6 Books for Sale I Calculus 2 College Writ Irg 3 ARC 1 701 books Call Bradley aflt 5 00 332 142 You will sa*v money 1 7 REAL ESTATE 1, i1 FS-l Saiesman course I day H , b 9P Salirday only class ,-va Ff Cal II/ 2181-aCtrfor Pne Fs tie ad 1 12 5 1 PRIME UF LOCATION' 15 Room House Fully Rentedi Earn white you lsarn andor invsl/tralsrnIly Good Condi 375-0652 1 31 17 8 MOTORCYCLES 1981 Honda 750 Supersport, very sharp. good condition. first $750 takes it. 373 5010 1 12 5 a Puch Magnum X Moped -new, red and tak paint, omea s new pirton. over aul $250 OHI Sieve 330-7450 1 17-5 5 Honda Rebel 250, Kawa 850LT0 Both $1300 or $650 and $7S0 Individuahly Call 377 223,. eve best Awesome shape, clean 1 17 5 8 Scooler Honda Express SR-50 New tires, tuns-up, very reliable, excetleot condIfion $320 332-5235 eveniga 11--8 HONDA CX 500 TURBO Excel cond .all gery records, cal JIrrny 376-2637 day. 335 9340 eve $2195 obo 1-19-5-8 1987 HONDA ELITE 80, with helmet runs good, one owner, $700 or beat offer, ctl 378-EO89. ask for Mike or MSave message 1-10-5 8 Tret moped 196 Clipper model. Uae. rate gas tank from oil tank, Erc cnd $350/obo Call 335-9219. Great transpo,fatlOn 1-17 3-8 9 AUTOS 1985 Chrysler Later ac, am/l cas, auto trans alarm sys, hatchba W/ Sun. shield 56000 ndi. many new parts $4300 060 335-3972 1-18-8-9 For Sale 1977 NOVA gOod candillon, 335 I t0 leave message 1-1O-5-9 Code Caravan LE, 1066, loaded. all power. extras, very clean. $7995. 4126325 1-12 3-9 r988 Camaro perfect conad T-Tope, p. pas Pb. Sc. ruise, tilt, smlfM cas, V5spd Sky blue on silver. Asking Sf00 Or best offer Scott 335-5131 118-1-9 AUTOS Il Itid. Ac-d 19'8 3 door 5 spd ac. I ,if jod body & ebucit engine, needs cIuj-ch work $S90 372 1188 1 12 39 Ford Mae>r s 74 A Ins good on HWY too Prit $400 or mes oier Cad any me 3/ / 8419 1 12 3 9 I voa Coror. SP 5 t 5spoed, ac, a,m r cass 62 000 mI excel engine 'S obo 373 1265 1 1864 9 AUTO INSURANCE SAVE $$atoranQ S bue MSuraCc in tbutner plazawecarecall As 'i 3// CARSor3I7 2277 1 25 10-9 1980 Rabbit auto etc, em/tm cass .nIckdwindows run good.raint records avaui $980 377 32571 leave rmsg 1-17 4V87 Che Spectrum ed, AC, AM/FM Casrete AUTO 40 000 Miles Runs Et celent Asking $5 300 080 378 4050 a'ler 5 pm I 17 4 9 Toyota Corolla 1980, 4 door, sic, au, am in cass very good condition. 1W200, must smiJ new lrs9 Call 335-2370 1-121 g For Sale 1987 Pontiac Grand Am LE, loaded good cond must sell student 332 6759 IV message 1 23-7 0 T982 Honda Accord 4 dr gspd. c, at. reo 84 000 miles Asking $250Dobo Car can be seen on campus by calling at 395 9633 VOLKSWAGON VAN 71 8300, DATSUN '3 $150 3/8 6346 1 12 1 9 all royota Corola atc wanted windows, 'Nw paInt rans and brakes, am/frTi cas ene, mags, alarm $3200obo 376 4a1Ivmsg 11959 10 WANTED Local Artist needs GOL, Gems, Class Rings ETC Top $ or lrade Ozois Fine Jewelry 373 9243 4 30 75-10 Leonard Cohert nthuslias! wants to buy video Copy of cancer broadcasted on ch 5 Jan 5 6 468 2785 betors 1Opm 12 3 10 COMIC BOKS wanted I wInt to Cuy your comics I will trade only if YOU want 10 Cal Mark 37$ 3029 afier 1pm 12?6 10 ***WANTED I wenr amoped Call JMy at 378-0045 ir you want to sell one ih sick of parking an campus 1 122-10 11 SERVICES NW Mini storage SiT 1-7S A NW 39th Ave near Oaks Mail area, 5 a5 to10x 20 From $20. 10% dlac to students 332-0917 430-75-11 BREAD & ROSES ABORTIONS 1233NW 10th Av. 372-184 MC/NISA/Insuranm" Free Preognancy Test Mnmbee National Abortion Federatlen 4 30-75-11 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Gel confidential testing and treatment at PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-081 4SERVICES AAA STORAGE Close to UF. Convenmen 4X4A4 si mo 4xx8 $25/mor 533 SW2ndAve 377 1771 4 30 75 11 ** GATOR MOVING ** Full/Sev Mov/Storege' PackIng IIteRmHse Full Days/Eves Long dle lic/Ins iarry/BIll 374-4791 4-3075-1 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lesons boarding woodser facilities hay ride. panics sales working students accepted 40-3224, 375-800 4.30-75-11 TERMPAPER HELPER Writing, research Fast, reasonable prices SOO-331 -9783, ell 99 1 12-5-11 *SUNBELT MOVING* Proleesional Moving/Packing A Supplies I stem House full Local/Lng deal. LIVIn Priced for Studental Marty 375-MOVE 430-75 11 ONE STOP DENTISTRY Accepting new ste, emerg AM4tt meaning 828. c*hld lie (4)Wisd tie 325, (3)Wisd. te. $250, (2)Wlad isa $200 Nitrous Oxide Accept W, V, A Valid only wil mcopn, Up 0 (4) pep H T Gonsouhin. DDS. 372-621 MOPED CITY Pickup/Dropoff 1/2offnow I 31-18 i1 *FREE* Pregnancy Test Gainesville Women's HEALTH CENTER 720 NW 23rd Avenue 377-505 ABORTION (To 24 Wks) BIRTH CONTROL Gynecology Services Need help wilth M.-Oos, Wordperiect Lotus, Pascal, or just turning on a corpulery Want friendly, knowledgeable computer assistance that comes to you? Call Lampert Consulting at 395-7597 1 17 5Valsnltie Special -be pholographed by internationally known beauty photographer Bill Horne Get a free poster print 377-6583 1 31-1-11 *** MOPED REPAIR *** Fast, quality service Very reasonsb.e rates Free piokup/dropoll 6 yr. amp CALL MARK 37-8008, 1-17-5-11 Free Poster with any glamour sessionn with award winning photographer Bill Horn. Studio or location Glamour with style 377 6583 See the display now 131 15 1 Guitar A Bess Lessons tailored for your needs Top professional w 25 yrs eSap Beginner-Ad Suzuki-based children's method available Larry 336 5624 1 Is5-Il Need Turn clothing, household goods? Great bargains w/ layaway plan avai Weeks Fea Market, State Road 26, 3ml west of Newberry to Co rd 2085 Open Sal & Sun 472 2061 2-9-20-11 TYPING 12 SERVICES YOU WRITE, WE TYPE Business Legal Personal Reports TermPaperas Typeset Resume Etc G'iVle Handicapped Typing 378 7179 4 30 75 12 *Typtng reports A business legal resumes casettes transcribd a pIlICations a letter notary *et Available 24 hours/7 days/372 2777 4-30 75-12 Typing $1 00 pg on $5 00 Reports. Theses whatever Grad School P T LIst WCS 917 NW 131h 373 9822 4-30 7512 GATOR TYPING moved & lowered prices Laser printer Resumes $12 A up Page discounts avail Days & eyes 373-4504 1 31 17 12 RESUME HOUSE Prolossional resume writing & development services 371-6148 1-22-10-12 RESUMEs Same day, Next day Many Styles 8 Fonts. Editing PC Lab, 17 ST UnIv 372 6500 1-17-5 12 LOOK A LETTER GRADE BETTER Use styles, fonts, graphics, proofreading A edilng PC Lab, 17 9 Unlv 372-0500 4-17 5-12 MICRO CENTER/ Typing 336-4936 Full *sellservice computing Ty pingstartse 1 50/pg Resumes $6 Set service resumes $2 50/hr 15/page Laser typeset graphics spell check theses papers special characters employment databases mailmerge raeng WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC 1 22 7-12 13 HELP WANTED AVON 375s-87 Sell Avon Full or Part lime We Train BenefiTs Insurance 4 30 75 13 College Work Study (only) $5 00th eve noe Saturday Telephone Survey inter viewer Apply BobrMartha 392 0171 Work part limelo r$138 a for $360 a wek To apply Ing on 1-17-90, 7 30 pm Ments Clubhouse 2330 Ave 1-17 2-13 week, full time come to meet&I Polo apsrlSW Williston HELP WANTED A Pius Notes Are you an you take excellent notes To earn while you learn, 371 6954 We are looking A Student. do would you like if so then call for students in ADV 3000. ADV 3504 APB 2150, APB 215, AMH 2010. AMH 2020, ANT 2141 ANT 2t49 ANT 2301, ANT 2402. ANT 2410. ANT 3511. ARC 1701, ARC 2681. AST 1002, AST 2037, BSC 2010. BSC 2011 CAP 3502. CCJ 3024, CC 3704, CDA 3101, CHM 1020, CHM 1021. CHM 2040. CHM 2041. CHM 2045. CHM 2046. CIA 1120, CLP 3144, COC 3110. COC 3400 COM I000. COP 3110. ECO 2013, ECO 2023 ECO 3202, EUH 2001. FIN 3408 GEO 2200, GEO 2201, GEO 2420, GEO 200. GtY 1000, HIS 2484, ISM 3011, ISS 2120. JOU 3100, LAH 2020 LEI 3830. MAC 1142. MAC 3233, MAC 331), MAN 3021. MAR 3023. MF 1202, MMC 2100 MMC 4200, OCE 2005 PCO 2714. PET 3320. PET 3350, PHM 2101, PHI 2100, PHI 2403. PHY 3053 PSO 3004. PSY 2013, PUA 300, PUR 3101. CAME 3205, DUE 3600, PEE 3043, REE 2001, AFL 2240, RUT 3452, AV 2100, RTV 3000. SOP 2613, STA 3023, STA 3024. 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Crimson Stallings I United Press International I I )>0,\, Ala -Stallhrrgs, a player iundler Paun hear" Bryant dilater Head oak h at lexas A& l, I hirsdav wa (toch at A]tbai, re1)it ig Curry I'm an on-the-field football (oach,"said SIillings,who was dsmissed this season as cnaw h of he Phoenix (ardmials im looking for the guv whose going to gIve total comrnhtmem Alabama Preien Roger Say ers and Athlete Direcuir Cecil IN 'Hotie" Ingram made the announcement of Sta wings' appMit ment during a news conference ride names ead coach >tilhings. 5', wis Ilanuked by lor mlen A]ibundtit i~s Bairt Starr, I on Roy~fordii and others and his wife, Ruth Ann, as he at eped the iob "(;lte SrailigS waS he horuti i) Iear firvan1 SLt ted imo is football coaoh when he retired Jordan s.iid be "Maybe it wasni to Although Curry had a iUk(,rS fil record with Alabama, he wasn't really accepted by he lans One of the marks agains hun was he played for Georgia Tech and did not have any ties to Bryant who retired at the end of the 1982 sea son and died in January 1Q83 Curry left Alabama to take the head coaching ob at Kentucky 1990 D PflCTFR nl AU Saturday Jan 13th FE ng Florida vsAuburn O' Connell Center followi fY game Martin Luther King. Jr. Annual Awards Celebration "A History of Pride, A Future of Promise" Presented by The Black Graduate Student Organization Friday Jan 12, 1990 7 00 p m Holiday Inn -Univ Center Cuest Splaker or Bruce R Hare State Univ of N Y at Stony Brook Tax Deductible donations $1500 Proceeds to local charities For more info call 373-9376 Tickets avail at 452 Little Hall Spring 1990 CAREER "The Main Event" Tuesday, January 23, PG 1990 9:30 am -4:30 pm Over 150 Learn Employers with jobs for all majors how to IMES POYINl EMPLOYERS at PREE-ED Sunday, January 21,1990 7:30 pm -9:00 pm, University Auditonum *sponsreaby TheCarer lerow CrI Slnt Go nmg S Ollie Gator says. 40% OFF eAll Strathmore Pads ; Bonfang SketCh/Tracing Paper Rol a Newsprint Pads Design Markers C-thru Cutting Mats *Pentel Pencil and Leads 40% OFF Spacesaver Drafting Tables FREE assumby i [. Grumbacher Paints 40% OFF Air Aatervi 40% OFF on Artist Brushes! 30-33% OFF Stretched Canvas eConvas Panel Stretcher Strips Mylar Drafting Film Tara Sign Cloth NSM Porflios You Save Everyday on Artist's and Architect's Supplosi reDowntown Butler Plaza The Arket Place Westgate 372-421 374-8812 378-2789 378-1200 3 HAMBURGER With Purchase of Regul and Regular Drin -t1h -t wo l-rllco R O Pt tS 131 W buummmmuum u mum aumm mmmqM "S I mpl,2.99I VYOU CAN EAT I ur Fries AND DRINK! Garden Spot Salad Bar Is. k.and Iced Tea. I Valhrat ic~fr l t i. Cr.is egR Eisct.W 1-31-0 a *uuu emmmmmuuumummudm U blamed 1he 2nd head owbal 1111 M

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I VIDAY, JANUARY 12 Vio. WJJ.AIKR, I' Reese to quit as women's swim coach Randy Reese, head coah of the III men's tod momciis swimming teams, said l thursday he will step (Iowa as women's coach effective March 18 -the day after the NCAA finals Reese. one of the last coaches II the country to direct both squads, said demands of leading both were not allowing athletes to fill their potential A ROUND SPORTS "It wasvery difficult to make this decision Reese said 'The women's team is very special to me However, in dealing with recoting and the clay to day counseling of swnlmers, it has become impssible for me to give my best to such a large group "I want both teams to have a greater winning streak of conference and national titles and I don't think we could accomplish that with me coaching both squads In his 14 years at UF, Reese has coached the women to a record of 114-6 (950) The lady Gators (9-O) are ranked No. 4 nationally. Reese coached the women to an NCAA champiOnshuip in 1982 and an AIAW championship in l979 His lady Gators never have finished lower than third in the NCAAs and have won eight of nine Southeast ern Conference titles He has coached 76 All-Amentans, including Olympic gold medalists Tracy Caulkirs, Mary Wayte, Theresa Andrews and Dara 'orres His efforts garnered him the NCAA "Coach of the Year" award for 1982 and 1988 Swimmers In Miami I he T men's and women's swim teams take to the water this weekend as they head south to face Miami in their first meets of the spring The Gators (-2) face the 4-2 Hurricanes, while 'he women (9-0) meet the 5-1 Lady 'Canes in Coral Cables on Sunday UF faces Auburn Slit Uli woni', basketball twain ',i rebound I Ion I p.or ot ret ei tough losses hut not easily UI travels to Auburn. Ala, to a(e the nations I ith ranked I ady I get s, who I ached last year's nation. championship game before fallig t fen nesste Although thet (I(M) len tour sNirters Irom lis yearssquad,Lady(Ltorst oath Carol Whitmtre said her squad will have its hands ill Whimi0re said her (earn needs to harass Auburn's 6 loot-6 steror enter, linda Godby. into a less than average. game of 17 pomiits and eight rebounds. But Auburn has inore than just a dominating inside player Junior guard t amolyn [ones leads the lady tigers i scoring with 26 pomi a game, and also collect nearly six board s a game II' (9-4) is led on the inde by sophomore center Erika lang, who had 19 Ixiits Wednesday against Florida Slate, and junior forward Rhvonja Smith, averaging 17 points and eight rebounds a game Runners hold meet Pie I men's and women's track teams hope to use [he Florida All-Corners Meet on Sunday i the O'Connell Center as a warmup for the tough competilion that lies ahead The Cators will compete against an estimated 1,000 runners from along the Atlantic seaboard. Fieldeventsbegin at 11 a m while running events start at I p mo Admission is free [he men's squad -coming off the best season in its history in which 11 finished second and third at the NCAA Indoor ard Outdoor Championships, re spectively -returns All-Americans Tyrone Kemp, Mark Everett, Earl Diamond, Tnm Pulkstys and Stacey Simmons The lady Gators, also looking for some on-track experience, feature two freshmen and four sophomores who are expected to do well in events Alligator wrters Shar,n Ginn, Gregg Doyel and Joseph Todd contrnbuod to this report First wave of recruits to visit football team By RON KASPRISKE Alligator Writer ttT, will got ItN lrst uhnicii to sellthe nw era today as the first wavec h igh schoi I prospects at rive on campus for their 48hour recruiig visit Because of the circumstances surrou A bout I recruits an pected to'. IJF campus diing the late arrival of new coatch Steve Spurrier, the Gatorsare startigtheir weekend recruiting orientations a week later (han most schools Recruiting coordinator Jim Goodman said this firsl weekend will be crucial to how lI fares during the signing period Goodman said 11 or IS high school seniors are expet ted to arrive today 'We've been trying to catch ui,," Goodman said "We've beii on the phone all week, but now it's time to show these kids what UF is all about "Basically what we'll try to do is show them the acadeni Ispecs of the shool, have thin tour theto'nis dtir iheri they will intl Ill the oat pI's with &purrrnr nd ihliy also w:ll a~~i ( (1 1 tomolurrow s 4 or 15 Ii[ A2i] rin e exgame isit the N(AA egu S. Jun" Goodman Iro reveahng lit, Inamues oI ret ns who will be on campus Goodman tdd say, however, that aniong tIh taiN needs are a fullback, light end, some of fensive linemen vd Some defeisive backs fie key is to have lhe t tnuts spend is much time with Coach Spurner as possible' Gooduiai said NSiit h [ e' here. no In' has said io to nI side ing I lrndI) lb'tor' signing smIiewhmelse Spurner and his stall will w turn to the road Monday as they Lontmiue to visit as many players as possible before leb 14, the national signing day Spurner will b.' Ii the Pensacola area rtImIling on Moiddy UflI~hI3U hI3MtltItflftfthtMhIZMIUZZ 3flhI3flhIXZ2W 321 "GATOR GETAWAY" n FOR SPRING BREAK "Gator Getaway" will feature advertisements and articles pertaining to entertaining, relaxing or exciting places to visit within Florida. The section will act as a guide to over 49,000 readers to plan their getaways. 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Sports OPENING NIGHT Wave of optimism surrounds UF gymnastics team ite loss of Kerr, Witt By SHARON GINN SI'gitor 'rtr r --II .\ h< (1' \A r' ia n a 49 H r .a -ni e 'I VI 11 n J 1 1 1 1 ) po i 0 it Ir A I I ItT It4i ( 'I w Ilf I e Wh e I IIT! tv l1 4 1 un!111 t III[ I V r,)1 "-l T .r ll(I Iiit ~I I'IiiI :wlit dcI 'I i I r 1 i L it I n t r,, Its 11 1 n v r ],, m, I 11(IzIIIII h tr t IIi Ih io 0i 1 11 11s ItNbeen Trough, out OK, v.' dIi rV ai ', I'' Io it I ixt I O', I I V' "" "I to v outl4 IlSi, To ipt Junr o Art [Ill !iw Ight gIr S I i Ilit gyr l tint We hi t TO; ge Il m to llil [heir potential Witotme.r, who. is I freshman to bt a too all around (all four performer, injured her left knee k T ( I )t 1M 't 'i1 1 IIt ' it(I I i t I It Ir II.t t ,tso t 1 "I think that out and hits if e it w a team. Every cased. I don't th are lowered. T could have ing meier as season gears up te.J the :Ow al tolajht's mn t I (ou d he ii'it \11](IT~l I l 11s Or le:noor siia ]! oni.1a O)r n1 more \hssa Kucher I Pit c.ll r g I! t 'i seAll r it, I I A t1, taor 1 11IThTh il c p ro m r ro nv m t ol I prolem Coppl te r p w I IV 11 1 o G I r i "I r thi Butthdilknwt m' an' It .I III T 1 1V Ih nss r h r I% m, I1111 i 3 I it 1i~ (1 ''IT t l iIoolor Ikoii s lt I oEw4 ol0 i t I l I h t' o i Iiifd".t corritted aglhlist The I to t.' ow, i I Il ht' lin olol~r 'or [he p as t m40 ''e Tr 'd 3' 7 1 1 to ofl Tlva,:Tic ITT the serw,; e e In lpesi lic (;iors. ith io r acoprtolemrrt r :nei0rve Iloriof I ]r(let toping their ppnsticnri night Buit that do es me On the gymnis s are ,ho r( l ro everyone else goes vallor i ~,I il i ,can do wvell as shoud,a ew probem Ut IiT one is pretty Jowill just gear us up for the flext ink expectations ave the mena apaciy, [e sky's the lmit If we have the 'he other teams "OSe attde wel al do I 1 1 el uresu OSwe -Pam Titus UF gymnast last year proved herself event scores combined) during practice Dec 11 Kerr, a two time All-American, tore the Achilles tendon of her left leg at the Jan 4 practice. Both will sit out the 1990 season For Kerr, a senior, this was her last year of eligibility "Your immediate heart goes out to the kid," Weaver said "She (Kerr) will be graduating. She's done Rut, she sud, things should be kept in perspective "All of these girls have something (else) they're going to be doing,' Weaver said "We want to win and we like to put On a show, but phil is an extracurricular activity That's what we're here lor "they'rT going places, doing things This is not a prites4onal sport Without their top two returnees, there's no telling who Kutcher agree "Our goals Kutcher said, every competiti and gradually as a Leim, 'are to t ke on one by one add the hard tricks in there We are not worried nght now about the SECs (Southeastern Conference finals) or nationals Right now we are taking the meets one at a time It's going to take some time, but we can do it Weaver said there will be more specialization than last year. Every gymnast will be focusing on her strongest events until the all-around lineups are set. "We haven't decided yet (on the all-arounders)," Weaver said "I think it's up for grabs Everybody knows they have a shot And most important of all, the gymnasts haven't given tip II think that if everyone else goes out and hits it we can do well as a team" Fitus said. "Everyone is pretty focused I don't think expetttiois are lowered The other teams Itod have injuries as well 'there's been no extra pressure on all of us to do well, no one jumping down our throats," Kutcher said "Well just Junior gymnast Pam Titus, who was an All-American last season on the uneven bars, Is expected to be one of UF's top all-arounders this season. taket to)he tris CIanI do all we can 'Losing I ynelne and lance is I disappointment Yes. I will be harder ut we realize that we need to pull together here Now we are a much closer team. We do thing together on the weekends more than we ever used to We have to stick together ME. Looking forward, looking back. The three-team meet tonight is billed as the Gatorade Opener. Admission is free for UF students with proper identification. Nearly 4,800 UF partisan packed the O'Connell Centel last season to watch the Gators earn easy victories against Towson State and Georgia College, based largely on UF's depth Tonight's meet could be a completely different scenario. asthe Gators have only eight women on the squad E'ven though the last season-opener wasn't the best if nights for Christina McDonald, who tore the antenor cr ciate in her right knee, the Galors attained their highest season-opening scoreeverwith a 188 05 McDonald returns this year and is expected to be a top gymnast. I Gators hoping to soothe internal wounds, beat Tigers By DAN STIFFLER Alligator Staff Writer The UF basketball team returns to the O'Connell (enter on Saturday to try to stop the bleeding -on and off the court. When the Gators take the floor at 130 p To against the Auburn Tigers, they will try to rebound from an 89-81 loss to Kentucky in Lexington. Ky on Wednesday night -a game that left a bad taste in the mouths of the Gators players. For the first time since the Nov 30, 1988, game against Siena College, UFs front line of center Dwayne Schntzius and forwards Dwayne Davis and Livingston Chatman never were on the court at the same time. Back in 1988, the reason was simple: Schintzius was serving a four-game suspension for the well-documented incident in which he allegedly used a tennis racket to fend off some U F students outside a Gainesville nightclub And when the trio did start last year, it recorded an 18-9 mark fun Wednesday night, that was a lineup Coach Don DeVoe chose not to use It was a decision the Gators players did not look upon favorably "If he (DeVoc) keeps us three out of the game together, we'll have a losing season.' Davis said following Wednesday's game "We've been here three years and he comes in and he changes combiations any of and that's not right were upset I'm going to talk to him tomorrow (Tursday) Don DeVoe I'm frustrated and t change th mad." That's a sentiment lineup. with which Chatman agreed. "I've been upset so much that I'm just taking it as it comes,' Chatman said "I need both Dwaynes and both Dwaynes need me. We're just beating ourselves.' The team did not hold practice Thursday and met with DeVoe rhey were not available for comment after the meeting. DeVone defended his coaching decision and said the Gators need to concentrate on this weekend's game "We've just got ballgame," DeVoe the players with Coach s decision e starting to play well in the next said. "We have to make sure we're ready to play." In order to win, the Gators (5-5 overall, 1-2 in the Southeastern Conference) also have to eliminate the turnoven -48 in the last two games. And UF must not overlook a Tgers team picked in the preseason to finish in the lower half of the SEC. Auburn (4-9, 1-2) defeated Mississippi State on Wednesday night93-71. Twoweks ago, Mississippi State defeated nationally ranked Louisiana State. But Auburn also experienced a changing of the guard when Sonny Smith was fired as head coach after compiling a 173-154 record in II seasons Taking over the top spot to lead the Tigers is Tommy Joe Eagles, who spent the last four seasons coaching Louisiana Tech to an 87-40 record, including two trips each to the National Invitational Tournament and the NCAA Tournament. But Auburn could be catching the Gators at a bad time. UF lost to Ole Miss in Oxford two weeks ago before coming home to pound Georgia. Now the Gators return home after a los, to Kentucky, and DeVoe would like to see a repeat performfWnce of the Georgia game. "We can't dwell on the negative," DeVoe said "We would like to duplicate that (Georgia) performance." Guard Reggie Gallon leads the fliers attack along with forward John Caylor. GalIon scored 24 pointsWednesday and Caylor pulled down 15 rebounds. desp I b