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volume 75, no. 75

Mills denies conflict in legislative, UF consultant jobs

By H*ldl Smith
Alligator Staff Writer
Jon Mills wears a lot of hats.
Hes a practicing lawyer whose clients include Shands
Teaching Hospital. Hes a part-time consultant for UFs
Center for Governmental Responsibility. Hes also a state
legislator one of the 160 men and women who decide
every year how much money UF, its law school and
Shands will have to spend.
Although Mills receives $22,501 from the UF College
of Law for his consulting work and sits as a member of
the House Appropriations Committee at the same time
he denies there is any conflict of interest in holding both
jobs.
The former director of the Center for Governmental
Responsibility, Mills said his consulting work does not
violate any state laws. The second-term state represen representative
tative representative said he resigned the directorship in February to

Plaza evangelists ignore hecklers to spread God's word

By Roxana Kopotman
Alligator Staff Writer
The balloons were missing, but a
carnival-like atmosphere prevailed.
It wasnt a pep rally though the
crowd took up a somewhat altered ver version
sion version of the Orange-Blue cheer, with one
side screaming Oral and the other
answering Anal. And though the au audience
dience audience was a major part of the show, it
wasnt the Rocky Horror Picture Show.
It was the Cindy Lasseter Show.
Lasseter who says the Holy Spirit
drew students to her proselytizing on the
Plaza of the Americas each day last week
and Monday preaches the Lords Word
to college students nationwide, always
fending off their jeers and continuing
with her mission.
I started disco dancing in high
school she told the crowd Monday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon.
I read this in your pamphlet, Cindy,
one student yelled out.
Soon I could not wait until Friday
night, so I went dancing Thursdays, she
continued ignoring the comments.
Fate worse than death, another stu student
dent student yelled out.
I even started dancing inside Sears.
Is this supposed to scare us? one
perplexed student asked another.
One day, Lasseter told the crowd, she
heard Jed Smock preaching at the Plaza.
And you were so moved, you had your
first orgasm, a heckler contributed.
Where did you first see the Lord? so someone
meone someone asked from the crowd.
I'll get to that part, Cindy responded.
God touched Cindy Lasseter s heart in the
parking lot of the Krystal Restaurant, across
University Avenue from Matherly Hall,
I tasted God spiritually I mean, the
former UF student told a reporter.
It was three years ago Friday that Lasseter
a professed disco queen turned
preacher prayed, repented and accepted
Jesus right there in the parking lot.
I knew God was real because of Jed
Smock, she said.
Before the parking lot incident with
Evangelist George Jed Smock and two
other preachers, Smock took Lasseter to din dinner
ner dinner one night at Morrisons Restaurant in the
Oaks Mall.
Thats where Jed likes to go because he
likes vegetables, Lasseter said with a giggle.
The 23-year-o|d Georgia native explains in

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avoid even the appearance of a conflict.
f thought being a director of an organization at the
university and being a legislator was too close a connec connection,
tion, connection, Mills said. (As a consultant) I can give advice (to
the center) and raise money in the private sector.
The Florida Constitution forbids legislators from per personally
sonally personally representing another person or entity for compen compensation
sation compensation during term of office before any state agency other
than judicial tribunals. Mills said his fundraising ac activities
tivities activities violate no state laws.
At Mills request, the state Ethics Commission earlier
this year investigated the ethics of his serving in the state
Legislature while working as a corporate attorney for
Shands. As a member of the House Appropriations Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, Mills voted on a proposal to give Shands $8
million for the reimbursement of indigent patient care.
He also served on a conference committee that put the
finishing touches on the state budget. Included in that
spending plan was a $14.8 million allocation to Shands

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her leaflet The Cindy Lasseter Story
from Disco Queen to Gospel Preacher
that she asked the preacher out to dinner.
He told me to go home and put on modest
clothes,
Was he good?
So I ran to my dorm that hotbed of for fornication
nication fornication over there.
Ooooooohhhhh.
That night, he asked me to go to a revival

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The forceful delivery of evangelist Cindy Lasseter, left, drove
Lance Shugerman to mimicry, top, while fellow preacher Jed
Smock, bottom, found Jim Duggins to be a persistent shadow.

with him.
In his room, right?
By then a staff writer for The Alligator
Lasseter wanted to find out more about
Smock and how he really bought those
three-piece suits and that new Chrysler Cor Cordoba,
doba, Cordoba, she writes in the pamphlet.
Why do you dress so well and how can
you afford it, asked a handful of students
gathered around Smock Friday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. He responded by asking what sort

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for a patient services building under construction.
Mills said he did not personally lobby for either pro proposal.
posal. proposal. The Ethics Commission ruled that as long as Mills
did not represent Shands to a state agency, there was no
legal conflict of interest.
Mills duties as a consultant for the Center of Govern Governmental
mental Governmental Responsibility include special projects, research
and fund raising, said W.D. Woodson, acting director of
the center.
The center provides legal research assistance to the UF
law school and to state government officials. Mills was
the center s founding director when he graduated from
the UF law school in 1972. He has stayed on as a part parttime
time parttime senior adviser.
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of impression he would make if he didn't
dress well.
I'm representing God's kingdom,
therefore I want to look my best.
They live mainly by donations, explain explained
ed explained Lasseter, who turned away from
demonic disco music, left UF a
stronghold of the devif and joined
evangelist Smock on a tour of campuses
around the country.
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Mills' Jobs
continued
from page one
Although Mills is not often at his desk in
the center, Woodson said the legislator does
a lot of work for us.
Mills would never put himself in the posi position
tion position of a conflict of interest, Woodson said.
Mills said he could not estimate how many
hours he puts in for the center. He said his
current duties are hard to quantify.
Since he assumed the post. Mills has writ written
ten written an article on ombudsmen and attended a
five-day conference on international law
reform and civil rights in Warsaw, Poland.
Mills said he receives his pay on a percen percentage
tage percentage basis, which means he receives checks
during the legislative session when he .is not
working at the center.
But are Mills services worth $22,501 a
year? UF administrators familiar with his
work said yes.
To me, hes worth a heckuva lot more
than hes getting, said UF Law School Dean
Tom Read. Ive been worried for some time
that we are underfunding his contribution.
Although he conceded Mills dual service
gives the appearance of a conflict of interest,
Read said that if he had to hire a lawyer that
understood UF, knew state government,, had
vision for the problems Florida will face in

Thieves take Christmas tree

The Christmas season is here and it may be
time to start locking up your trees.
Thieves struck at the Doyle Connor
building on Southwest 34th Street over the
weekend, and hauled away a large red cedar
tree.
The theft was reported by groundskeeper
Chuck Ort Monday morning. Ort said the
S2OO tree was 18 feet tall and approximately
10 inches in diameter.
"This tree, big as it was, couldnt have fit
in a pickup truck, Ort said. It had to be
hauled off by several people with a heavy
truck.
The mysterious woodmen also branched

Mailing tips help to avoid rush

By Melanie Carter
Alligator Writer
The usual Christmas rush wont be as hec hectic
tic hectic if one follows the advice given by the
United States Postal Service and mails holi holiday
day holiday cards and packages as s(x>n as possible.
Late arriving mail "hasnt been as much of
a problem during recent years said
Gainesville Postmaster H.B. Schroeter, but
using sturdy cartons sealed with gcxxl,
strong filament tape and placing a piece of
paper inside with the recipients name and

Motorcycle stolen at Burger King

Richard Little had to find another way to
get home Monday morning after someone
stole the motorcycle he rode to work.
Little borrowed his brothers Kawasaki
250 motorcycle to get to work at the Archer
Road Burger King Sunday night. After leav-

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REP. JON MILLS
. . continues consulting work for UF's
Center for Governmental Responsibility
the future and was at his beck and call, he
would probably have to pay five or six
times what Mills is getting.
I was totally satisfied with his work dur during
ing during my tenure as dean, said former law
dean Joseph Julin, who was dean when Mills
was still director of the center. Julin also said
he noticed no conflict of interest in Mills be being
ing being director and legislator.
Although the center bids for research pro projects
jects projects from the state. Associate Law School
Dean Roy Hunt said he didnt consider Mills
dual role as legislator and center employee a
conflict of interest. When the center won
bids, it was because the proposals it submit submitted
ted submitted were the best proposals, Hunt said.
I doubt if anyone in the Legislature
knows Im connected with the center, Mills
said.

out to some of the other landscaping around
the building.
They not only took the tree, but they saw-,
ed in half a beautiful holly tree and just left
it," Ort said.
Ort suspected the tree was taken for so someones
meones someones Christmas display, so employees at
the Agriculture and Consumer Services
building went out to ltxk at some of the
fraternity houses. The employees didnt find
anything, but Ort said theyre still looking.
Wed be interested in finding whoever
took our tree, Ort said. Id like to see
somelxxiy with a conscience replace what
has been taken.

address in case something should happen to
the carton are a few very important steps to
take to ensure the safety of a package.
The Postal Service also offers tips such as
using cushioning inside the box to prevent
possible breakage and not wrapping or using
twine on the carton, but simply writing the
address cfirectly on the outside of the box.
More information on mailing both within
the country and overseas can be obtained by
contacting the post office from 8:30 a.m. to 5
p.m., Monday through Friday.

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and found the bike gone.
Sheriffs Deputy Barry Corbett said the
bike, worth approximately SBOO, was
unlocked at the time it was taken.

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Gun owners
2 guns a day stolen locally

By Tom Butlor
Alligator Staff Writer
Although increasing numbers of
Americans are buying guns to defend
themselves from crime, increasing numbers
of those guns are quickly falling into
criminal hands.
Since the beginning of October, burglars
in Alachua County have been stealing guns
at a rate of more than two a day. Law en enforcement
forcement enforcement officials say more than 130 guns
have been taken since Oct. 1.
The stolen guns listed in the records of the
Gainesville Police Department and the
Alachua County Sheriffs Office are stolen
from a variety of places. Police say thieves
hit a home, car or business at least once a
week and often make a rich sweep on holiday
weekends, when they can count on a large
number of vacant homes.
The guns that have been stolen during Oc October
tober October and November cover a wide range of
calibers, lengths, cost, power and sophistica sophistication.
tion. sophistication.
At the bottom of the list are compact han handguns
dguns handguns .25-caliber automatic pistols and
.22-caliber Derringers taken in burglaries or
thefts from a car.
Others are more formidable. They include
at least 14 .38 special revolvers, a U.S.
government .45 automatic, and two .44
Magnum revolvers.
Twenty-five 12-gauge shotguns, 38 rifles
ranging in size from .22-caliber to .38- 40
caliber and one over-and-under combination
rifle and shotgun also are on the list.
One reason gun thefts are on the upswing
is the ease in which they are carried away,
sheriffs officer Carol Walker said. She said
stolen guns can be listed in a national com computer,
puter, computer, but law officers still have to wait for
them to turn up.
Guns are not only easy to carry off ac according
cording according to sheriffs office records theyre
just as profitable as stereos or cameras.
Burglars raided Donald Wrights
Hawthorne home several weeks ago, and car carried
ried carried off four shotguns, two rifles and a
telescopic sight worth a total of $1,685. One
of the stolen guns was a Winchester 12-gauge
shotgun worth S6OO.
And when Charles Randall of Archer left
his car for 15 minutes, it was just long
enough for someone to take a Diamondback Diamondbackmodel
model Diamondbackmodel .38 Special Colt revolver worth S4OO.
Guns carried in cars, whether under the
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steady source of stolen guns, according to
Gainesville Police Lt. Don Dean.
If you hang a rifle or shotgun in the back
of a truck, youre just asking someone to
break in and take it. Dean said. I would
never take anything that I prize highly and
hang it up in plain sight because you just en encourage
courage encourage people to commit a crime.
The stolen guns usually vanish into a black
market that exists beyond federal firearms
forms, officers say.
Quite frankly, theyre sold, sheriffs of office
fice office Sgt. Jim Barbour said. Generally right
here in town, generally on the street.
Theres a market, Sgt. John Nobles said.
I could steal a gun and not know anybody
in this town and walk down the street and
say, Let me sell you a handgun.
Stolen guns dont go to gunshops,
pawnshop owner E.C. Stanaland agreed.
Theres too much demand on the street.
People just buy them no questions asked.
The item that steers stolen guns away from
gunshops is what sporting goods store owner
Bob Sey calls a 4473, the form the
Department of the Treasury's Bureau of
Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms requires for
all sales.
The Department of Alcohol, Tobacco and
Firearms comes by at least once a year, Sey
said. They go over our records with a fine finetooth
tooth finetooth comb. If I have any doubts at all, I
wont buy a gun, adding he would
rather pass up a deal than get a stolen gun.
The 4473 form, divided into halves to be
completed by the buyer and seller, records
the sellers identification, the serial number
on the gun, and identification and personal
history of the buyer.
Sey said the regulations, combined with
Alachua Countys three-day waiting period
for handgun sales, have cost him some
business to gun dealers in other counties who
only have to worry about the federal regula regulations.
tions. regulations. But he said the form has established a
fast track record for tracing guns used in
crimes.
The gun thieves have given Gainesville gun
owners something in common with
Gainesville bicycle owners a demand for
cable locks. Sey said gun owners can buy the
locks and run the cables through the trigger
guards to lock the rifles or shotguns to a
rack.
Another method is to pack the firearms in into
to into a trunk-like strongbox. But Sey said even
this may not stop a burglar hell simply
carry the whole thing away.

By Frank LoMonta
Alligator Staff Writer
UF Student Conduct Officer Mike Rollo
decided Monday to uphold a Student Con Conduct
duct Conduct Board sentence that may boot Student
Senate President Pro-tempore Monty Stokes
out of office.
We agreed that I wouldnt comment on
it, Rollo said after telling Stokes his verdict.
Stokes said he now plans to take his case to
Student Services Dean James Scott.
Nov. 24, the conduct board a student
judicial body that handles conduct offences
occuring in residence halls sentenced
Stokes to conduct probation until the end of
spring semester for threatening two residents
of Yulee-Mallory area housing.
Yulee-Mallory residents Bill Arvan and
David Williams charged that Stokes verbally
abused and threatened both of them after
they squabbled with Stokes over housing
area government policies.
Stokes appealed the decision to Rollo Dec.
2. He said he was innocent of charges of in intimidation
timidation intimidation although he admitted to using
foul language when speaking to Arvan and
Williams. Williams told the conduct board
Stokes called him a homosexual, threatened
to vandalize his car and said any girl who

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In his appeal to Rollo, Stokes said he stress stressed
ed stressed the possibility of bias among several
members of the conduct board.
One member hpd lived in the Yulee-
Mallory area for several months while Stokes
was president of the Yulee-Mallory Area
Council, Stokes said.
Another conduct board member had come
before the senate replacements and agenda
committee which Stokes heads to be
considered for a replacement senate seat and
was turned down by the committee, Stokes
said.
Stokes said both of those members may
have held personal grudges against him and
made the sentence harsher.
Rollo upheld the conduct probation
sentence, which means Stokes may have to
resign his senate position as well as his office
as dorm area president.
But Stokes is not ready to hand in his
resignation yet.
Shortly after learning of Rollos decision
Monday afternoon, Stokes said he plans to go
to Student Services Dean Scott Wednesday
lor another appeal.
If Scott refuses to reduce the sanction,
Stokes can still go to Student Affairs Vice
President Art Sandeen for a final appeal.

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New UF Interdisciplinary Center
For Health Policy Research Formed

State policy makers, university leaders
and health planners at many levels will be
able to use the resources of the new inter interdisciplinary
disciplinary interdisciplinary Center for Health Policy
Research.
Recently approved by the Board of
Regents, the colter is being developed as a
cross-campus endeavor, with partidpa partidpation

5 Named Outstanding Grads
Dec 19 Commencement

Five graduating seniors will receive
Alumni Association honors as outstanding
graduates in the winter semester class at
Commencement ceremonies at 10 a.m.
Saturday, December 19 in the OConnell
Center.
Jill Aversa, a finance major from Plan Plantation,
tation, Plantation, will receive the Female Leadership
Award. She has served on the Student
Government On-Campus Housing and
Food Advisory Committees and as Towers
Area Government treasurer. In the
College of Business Administration, she
served as publicity chairman and news newsletter
letter newsletter co-chairman for the College's Coun Council,
cil, Council, and was a member of Delta Sigma Pi
professional fraternity and the American
Marketing Association. Jill also holds
membership in Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron
Delta Kappa, Mortar Board, Beta Gamma
Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma and Alpha Mu
Alpha honoraries. In recognition of her
achievements, she has received the Out Outstanding
standing Outstanding Business Student Award, Out Outstanding
standing Outstanding Woman Leadership Award and
the President's Recognition Award twice.
Jill has accepted a position with IBM in
Jacksonville.
The Male Leadership Award will go to
Gerald Sanchez, a history major from
Hollywood. Sanchez served as the Student
Regent on the Florida Board of Regents
this past year and was included in the UF
Student Hall of Fame. A member of
Florida Blue Key, Savant UF and Omicron
Delta Kappa, he also served two terms as
student senator. For the College of Liberal
Arts and Sciences Student Council, he
served on the Academic and Constitutional
Committees, as representative at-large
and as History Department representa representative.
tive. representative. In the area of scholastic achieve achievement,
ment, achievement, Sanchez has received the Bill Flem Fleming
ing Fleming Memorial Award, Rotary Fellowship
from Cambridge University, Hume Area
Academic Award and is a member in Phi
Eta Sigma honorary. He plans to continue
his education at Cambridge University
Law School.
Outstanding Four-Year Scholar Awards
will go to Beverly Eichman, an industrial
engineering major from Jacksonville, and
Victoria Rambo, a zoology major from St.
Petersburg. Both have maintained a 3.95
grade point average during their years at
the University. Beverly is a member of
Tau Beta Pi and Alpha Pi Mu Industrial
Engineering honoraries. She received the
Industrial Engineering Senior Scholar
Award and is a member of the American
Institute of Industrial Engineers and the
Society of Women Engineers. While work working
ing working toward her masters degree in business
administration, Beverly plans to pursue a
career in industry. Vicky is a National

Fee Changes for Spring Are Given
Currently enrolled UF students and those who applied to attend spring semester should
have received in the mail their fee payments cards and information for next term. Those
who have not received the cards and information should contact the Registrars Office,
33 Tigert Hall.
Fees for spring semester will be higher than for fall, and are indicated below:
PER CREDIT HOUR FEE ASSESSMENT
COURSE NO. FLORIDA RESIDENT NON-FLORIDA
0 2999 $25 $66
3000 4999 S2B s9l
5000 9999 S3B sllO
6971 & 7980 s4l sll3
(Thesis &
Dissertation)
PER SEMESTER ASSESSMENT
MEDICAL/DENTAL/
VETERINARY $783 $1,819
The deadline for students to make arrangements for deferments or to pay fees is
Thursday, January 14. Students who fail to pay fees by that date will be assessed a $25
late charge.

tion partidpation by more than 40 faculty and adminis administrators
trators administrators from the University, Shands Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital and the Veterans Administration
Medical Center.
The center will serve as a coordinating
body for research into such relevant issues
as supply and requirements for health

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Merit Scholarship recipient and was
awarded the Zoology Research Scholar Scholarship
ship Scholarship for National Merit students. She is a
member of Phi Eta Sigma and Phi Kappa
Phi honoraries. She has been active in
science, serving as a SAMSON volunteer
at Shands Teaching Hospital, working for
a genetics professor and as a biology tutor
for the Teaching Center. Vicky will begin
her post-baccalaureate work in the spring,
working on a second Bachelor of Science
degree in environmental engineering.
Deborah Kennedy, who received an A.A.
degree from Manatee Junior College, will
be presented the Outstanding Two-Year
Scholar Award. She has maintained a 4.0
grade point average in the College of
Health Related Professions as an occupa occupational
tional occupational therapy major. In recognition of her
academic achievements, she is a member
of Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Theta Kappa
honoraries, Golden Key National Honor
Society and is on the International Youth
in Achievement List. Debbie is also a
member of the American Occupational
Therapy Association, Student Occupa Occupational
tional Occupational Therapy Association, Mental Health
Association of Alachua and Disabled
American Veterans Auxiliary. She plans a
career in occupational therapy and, later,
to attend graduate school for a masters
degree in occupational therapy.

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manpower in Florida, the effectiveness
and costs of various approaches to therapy
for disease, and the effectiveness and costs
of programs aimed at preventing illness
and disability, said Dr. Kenneth Finger,
Acting Vice-President for Health Affairs.
In other instances, he said researchers
with the center may assess the health
status of certain population groups and
identify needs.
The results of various research studies
and data analyses may be tapped by state
legislators, health planning agencies, state
health service agencies such as the De Department
partment Department of Health and Rehabilitative
Services, and by faculty and staff within
the university system. Chancellor Barbara
Newell has expressed interest in having
the center work with her staff in providing
information.
Appointed director of the center is Dr.
Kerry E. Kilpatrick, director of the Health
Systems Research Division at UF's Health
Center, who also bolds appointments as a
professor of community health and family
medicine, and industrial and systems
engineering.
Participating in planning for the Center
were representatives of the Health
Centers six colleges and the UF-affiliated
Shands Hospital, as well as the nearby VA
Medical Center. Faculty from the Colleges
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1982. He is presently dean of medicine and
medical director of the teaching hospital
at St Louis University.
TODAY
ZOOLOGY LECTURE with Dr.
Theodore Sargent of the University of
Massachusetts discussing Behavioral
Adaptations of Cryptic Moths, at 4 p.m. in
211 Bartram Hall.
UF SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA concert,
under direction of Dr. Suzette Battan, at
8:15 p.m. in University Auditorium. Free
performance by 75-member orchestra will
include selections by Ravel, Bizet and
Schumann.
WEDNESDAY
CENTER FOR WETLANDS Seminar
with David Robertson of Florida Institute
of Phosphate Research in Bartow discuss discussing
ing discussing Effects of Clear-Cut Forestry on Lotic
Invertebrate Communities in Central
Appalachian Mountains at 12:20 p.m. in
Phelps Lab.
THURSDAY
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
talk by Dr. Daniel Okun of the University
of North Carolina on Water Supply
Around the World, at 1:25 pan. in Room
303 Aerospace Building.
AFRICAN CHRISTMAS Celebration,
known as Kwanza, at 7:30 p.m. at
Institute of Black Culture, 1510 W. Univer University
sity University Ave. IBC Director Bill Simmons will
explain history and function of the
Kwanza.
THURSDAY-FRIDAY
CHRISTMAS CRAFT SALE at Reitz
Union, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. in second floor
ballroom and gallery area. Sponsored by
Reitz Union, features handmade orna ornaments,
ments, ornaments, jewelry, toys, other gifts.
THURSDAY SATURDAY
UF DANCE COMPANY performances
of modem dance concert. Momentums,
at 8:15 p.m. nightly for three nights at
Constans Theatre. Admission free to UF
students, $4 for public, with tickets avail available
able available weekdays at Constans Box Office.
FRIDAY
NUCLEAR SCIENCES lecture by Bill
Louthert, supervisor of technical training
at Pennsylvania Power and Light, on
Boiling Water Reactor Containment
Designs, at 3:30 pjn. in Room 227
Nuclear Sciences Center.
HANDELS MESSIAH performed by the
University Choir, under direction of Dr.
John Grigsby, at 8:15 pjn. in University
Auditorium. Free concert sponsored by
UF Department of Music.

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BEIRUT, Lebanon Three Arabic-speaking
gunmen hijacked a Libyan jetliner over Italy Monday
with 42 people aboard and ordered it to Beirut where
the plane landed only minutes before its fuel ran out.
The hijackers who commandeered the Zurich to
Tripoli flight of Libyan Air had threatened to blow up
the Boeing 737 unless the plane was allowed to land in
the Lebanese Capital.
Authorities immediately sealed off the airport and
rushed in soldiers from the Syrian peacekeeping forces
stationed in Lebanon. No one left the plane.
Airport authorities said the Libyan jet landed at
4:10 p.m. EST 2O minutes before its fuel would

Panther may be
state animal
TALLAHASSEE The Florida
panther continues to lead
balloting for the official state
animal, Education Commissioner
Ralph Turlington reported Mon Monday.
day. Monday.
However, the American
alligator has moved into second
place nudging the Caribbean
manatee into third. The Key deer
follows in fourth.
The voting was conducted
among students in the states 67
school districts and many private
schools. Thus far, the ballots from
only 18 districts have been
counted.
Hijackers get
three planes
BOGOTA, Columbia Leftist
gunmen hijacked three
Venezuelan jetliners carrying
more than 260 people to Colom Colombia
bia Colombia Monday and threatened to
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authorities provided maps of Cen Central
tral Central America and Cuba.
Nicaragua said in a statement it
was closing its air space apparent apparently
ly apparently to prevent the hijackers from
flying there.
The government agreed to
refuel all three jets after the hi hijackers
jackers hijackers released seven of the
hostages including three ailing
passengers but said it could
give the hijackers only two not
three sets of flight charts.
New England
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Late Autumn storms that
buried parts of New England
under 2-foot blizzard snows and
dumped record rains on the
Pacific Northwest ended Monday,
leaving at least nine dead, dozens
homeless and work crews
scrambling to restore order.
New Englanders plodded to
work at rush hour through huge
drifts whipped up in a surprise
weekend blizzard, the regions
worst since 1978. Traffic moved
slowly but with no major snarls or
accidents, officials reported.

have run out. They said the hijackers spoke with
Lebanese accents.
Control tower sources in Cyprus said there were 42
passengers and crew aboard the jet, which had been
en route from Zurich to Tripoli when it was hijacked.
Lebanese Airport authorities suggested at first the
hijackers fly to Damascus but the idea was rejected
and it was not clear if the plane could have covered
the distance to the Syrian capital on its limited fuel.
Earlier, Rome Airport officials said the plane was
hijacked by a man with a gun while flying over Lake
Bolsena, about 45 miles north of Rome.

Union planned
Polish overthrow
WARSAW, Poland Of Officials
ficials Officials Monday released tape
recordings made at a secret
Solidarity meeting where union
leaders plotted to overthrow
Polands Communist government.
The government should be
finally overthrown, unmasked
and deprived of any credibility,
said Warsaws hard-line Solidari Solidarity
ty Solidarity Chief Zbigniew Bujak in the
tape.
A Solidarity official verified the
authenticity of the recording
made at a union leaders meeting
in Radom last Thursday attended
by union chief Lech Walesa. The
official said it appeared to be a
deliberate and embarassing leak,
possibly by a union leader
although he did not say who.
Polands national radio broad broadcast
cast broadcast excerpts of the tape, in which
Walesa said a confrontation with
authorities was unavoidable.
And Radom Union Chief Andrzej
Sobieraj said, Solidarity groups
should take over some of the ad administration
ministration administration actions, remove
town and provincial authorities at
any price and make society aware
they are unable to do anything.

Reagan publicly laughs
f
at Khadafy's statements
WASHINGTON President Reagan, laughing off Moammar
Khadafys verbal attack on him, said Monday We have the
evidence the Libyan leader has ordered the assassinations of top
U.S. officials and he knows it.
Reagan said he has not yet decided whether to take some form of
retaliatory action such as a cutoff of U.S. oil purchases from Libya,
which amounted to about $ 14 million a day during the third quarter
of 1981.
Maybe you caught me before Ive had an opportunity to be
counseled on this, Reagan told reporters.
The Presidents spokesman, Larry Speakes, said later U.S.
economic policy toward Libya is under review.
The President, who ventured into the White House press room to
read a statement on government waste and fraud, laughed when
reminded of Khadafys verbal attack on him Sunday.

Killer gets
stay of execution
FORT LAUDERDALE The
11th Circuit Court of Appeals
ruling late Monday while a lower
court hearing was still in progress
stayed the execution of Alvin
Bernard Ford, who was scheduled
to die Tuesday morning for the
murder of a policeman.

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Ford, 28, of Gainesville, would
have died in Floridas electric
chair at 7 a.m. EST Tuesday.
While a hearing in Fort Lauder Lauderdale
dale Lauderdale before District Judge Nor Norman
man Norman Roettger dragged on late
Monday, three judges of the ap appeals
peals appeals court in Atlanta apparently
decided not to wait until late in
the evening to issue the stay that
would have been virtually
automatic if Roettger had turned
down the appeal.

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Racial bias charges lodged
against selection group

By lan Johnson
Alligator Staff Writer
Andrew Robinson, the black interim presi president
dent president ot the University of North Florida was a
"victim of racial discrimination when a
committee searching for a permanent presi president
dent president overlooked him by selecting three other
candidates all white males as finalists
for the post, said Rep. John Thomas, D-
Jacksonville.
In a complaint filed with the Florida Com Commission
mission Commission on Human Relations, Thomas.said
the committee did not act properly and the
entire Board of Regents, which oversees the
state university system, also was at fault by
excluding Robinson from the list of three
finalists. Thomas asked the commission to in investigate
vestigate investigate the alleged impropriety but said
Monday he hopes the members decide to for forward
ward forward the complaint to the Federal Equal
Employment Opportunity Office in Miami.
He said federal officials have the power to
halt the current selection process while state
officials do not.
'You have to understand the
political implications of this. Both
complaints ore from Jacksonville
representatives.'
Steve McArthur
Thomas charges, however, are invalid
because the alleged violations did not take
place, State University System Vice
Chancellor for Administration Steve McAr McArthur
thur McArthur said.
"Theyre looking for away to get Robin Robinson
son Robinson in. As a lot of people are, theyre disap disappointed,
pointed, disappointed, McArthur said.
A month ago, another Jacksonville
legislator, Democratic Sen. Joe Carlucci also
assailed the committees decision not to in include
clude include Robinson. Carlucci said the commit committees
tees committees actions should be invalidated because
they met secretly, which is contrary to a
1979 Regents agreement with Gov. Bob
Graham. Chancellor Barbara Newell,
however, later ordered the committee to do
their work again in the sunshine.
But while Carluccis complaint focused
more on the technical aspects of the commit committees
tees committees meeting, Thomas said the committees
composition violated state and federal civil
rights law.
The composition of the committee did

Senate to seek answers tonight
on flyers with pro-ERA slogans

By Frank LoMonta
Alligator Staff Writer
Ruth Segal is slated to get called onto the
Student Senate carpet tonight.
Segal, president of the UF chapter of the
National Organization for Women, is
scheduled to attend the senate meeting
tonight at 7:30 to explain why her organiza organization
tion organization put pro-Equal Rights Amendment
slogans on publicity leaflets for a speech last
week.
Dec. 2, National NOW President Eleanor
Smeal came so speak at UF. The senate
budget and finance committee picked up
Smeals $2,000 fee, but now some student
senators say they wish they hadnt.
Some senators were irritated, Student
Senate President Michelle Tharp said.
At last weeks meeting, senators brought in
publicity leaflets which had been posted
around campus before thc.speech. At the bot bottom
tom bottom of sorhe leaflets were the slogans ERA
Yes! and Time is running out. ~" as well
as a statement that Student Government had
paid for the event.
Several senators claimed that using S(;
money for literature supporting the con controversial
troversial controversial amendment is against the law.
But other senate officials say the issue has
been blown out of proportion.
The whole thing is ridiculous, said Jim
Ingham, budget and finance committee
chairman, because we shouldnt have been
trying to dictate advertising policies for
NOW m the lirst place.
Although Segal may have led senators to
believe then- would be no pro-ERA activity
or literature connected with the s|)eech, In Inidiam
idiam Inidiam said \f )W olli< lah did not dcliborate-

not reflect the composition of the university
or the surrounding community, Thomas
said. The committee was made up of two
black women, one white woman and 12
white men.
McArthur said committee members were
elected by their colleges. The two student
representatives, whom Thomas criticized for
being white males were selected, McAr McArthur
thur McArthur said, because they are the student body
president and vice president. In addition, the
two black women were Regents appointees to
ensure minority representation, he said.
You have.to understand the political im implications
plications implications of this. Both complaints are from
Jacksonville representatives, McArthur
said. Jacksonville has a large black elec electorate.
torate. electorate.
But Thomas said the Regents were
negligent in handling both Carluccis
complaint and the entire selection process.
The board failed to provide guidance to
the Regents selection advisory committee to
ensure that its affirmative action/equal
employment opportunity committment
would be met, Thomas said in his com complaint.
plaint. complaint.
The committees action to narrow down
the field of applicants to three and exclude
Robinson from those finalists also excludes
him from consideration by the Regents.
Robinson has been acting president for the
past 15 months since Tom Carpenter, the
Jacksonville universitys founding president,
resigned 15 months ago to become the head
of Memphis State University.
Robinson, a high-level aide to Carpenter,
was made interim president by the Regents.
He also made it through similar cutbacks in
size of the applicant pool until the search
committees most recent action.
And because the process is so far along,
Thomas said he fears the Regents will choose
a new president before his complaint is acted
on. He said he wants the Regents to hold off
deciding the issue until the complaint is in investigated.
vestigated. investigated.
An even more expedient course, Thomas
said, would be to have the Human Relations
Commission waive the complaint to federal
officers who have the power to issue a cease
and desist order.
The four remaining finalists are Lawron
Crowe of the University of Colorado, Curtis
McCray of Governors State University, and
Anthony Catanese ot the University of
Wisconsin.

ly mislead senators.
If the Segal presentation does not raise
some controversy, several other bills on the
senate agenda may.
Last week, senators hotly debated a move
to give $ 15,650 to the Inter-residence Hall
Association to buy change-making machines,
barbecue grills and other recreational equip equipment
ment equipment including a piano for campus
residence halls. That motion is slated to
come up for a final reading tonight.
Senators also are scheduled to consider a
bill to give $22,100 to the SG cabinet recrea recreation
tion recreation department to resurface tennis courts
and buy new soccer goals for intramural use.
Another controversial bill, which would
give the senate control over Student Traffic
Court money, is also scheduled for a second
reading tonight.
Against the protests of Traffic Court Chief
Justice Lori Garner, Student Body President
Mike Bedke and Student Body Treasurer
Eugene Pettis, senators voted 24-16 last week
to take control ol traffic court spending.
Currently, the chief justice has control
over the courts $170,000 budget. The bill,
however, establishes a board of eight SG and
trailie court officials to oversee spending re requests.
quests. requests. which would then go to the senate for
consideration.
II the bill passes a second reading tonight,
Bedke said he will consider vetoing it.
The theory behind it is not bad, but I
question the timing of it, Bedke said.
Tightening the grip of SG officials on traffic
couil money might anger UF administrators,
causing them to take stricter control of other
SG organizations, such as Student Govern Government
ment Government Productions, Bedke said.

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County redistricting plan could cause radical changes

By Heidi Smith
Alligator Staff Writer
While many people at llu* Alachua County
Courthouse Monday discussed pleas anil
sentences, in one courtnxmi discussion
centered on pies and doughnuts.
In that rami, committee members ap appointed
pointed appointed by Alachua County commissioners
decided on a plan for redistricting the coun county.
ty. county.
The plan they chose unanimously is based
on the pie, or spear, model which cuts the
county into pie-shaped wedges with
Gainesville at its center.
That way, commissioners would have
direct accountability to urban and rural
citizens, committee members reasoned.
Current districts are based on a doughnut
model in which districts form rings around
the urban core.
The districts had to be redrawn, manage management
ment management intern Debbi Thalasitis said, because
population growth has made them uneven.
Some districts would change radically
under the new plan. Commissioner Thomas
Cowards district would include a much
larger rural area. Commissioner Walter
Sonny Lees district would also become
more rural.
Commissioner John Schroepfers district
would have considerably less rural an area.
The plan also would place Schroepfers

Prof : public needs to be educated about technology

By David Nix
Alligator Writer
If automobile technology had advanced as fast as com computer
puter computer development during the past 20 years, a Cadillac
Seville would cost 72 cents, get 3 million miles a gallon and
have a 300 billion mile warrantee, according to the presi president
dent president of the American Association for the Advancement of
Science.
Helping people cope With that kind of change is one of the
principle challenges for science and technology during the
1980 s, D. Allan Bromley, association president and Yale
University physics professor, told 150 people in Gannett
Auditorium last week.
Rapid developments in technology are alienating a public
unable to keep up with the changes, Bromley said.

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residence outside his district. Since commis commissioners
sioners commissioners must live within their district,
Schroopfcr would have to move if commis commissioners
sioners commissioners approve the redistricting.
Schrocpfcr is willing to move, Thalasitis
said. He has communicated that to me.
Although some of the districts would
change drastically, no voting precincts
would be affected. Precincts were redrawn
about one month ago, Thalasitis said, and
the new districts wpre drawn using those
precinct lines.
'You'd have a more effective
commissioner in a district (elec (election).'
tion).' (election).'
Hawthorn Mayor
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Rural voters probably will support the pro proposed
posed proposed plan, committee member and
Hawthorne Mayor Ellis Coleman said. Small
cities will get better representation if com commissioners
missioners commissioners have less area to cover, he said.
Under the proposed plan all four districts
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Because politics are intruding more and more into science,
the public must be aware of the issues in order to avoid mak making
ing making decisions based on fear and ignorance, such as the recent
Cambridge, Mass., ban on DNA research, Bromley said.
Technologists must get together with social, political and
behavioral scientists to clarify the issues to the public so that
the uses of science and technology can be limited to those
consistent with societal values, without limiting research
itself, he said.
Educating the public includes the young, Bromley said.
The United States lead in science and technology is slipping
because pre-college science education has collapsed, he said.
All students should have a strong science and writing
background and the most able students should be given as
much help as the least able, Bromley said.

urban area. Currently, three county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners are from rural areas and two arc
from the city.
Would it bother people in the rural area
if they had a commissioner from the urban
area?" committee member Ruth Van Doren
asked Coleman.
Not half as much as not being able to get
in touch with tlieir representative, Coleman
replied.
The committee chose from five plans that
commissioners narrowed down from a list of
10 proposals. Os the five plans, the one com committee
mittee committee members chose had the most even
population counts of the three pie models.
The other two plans were doughnut models.
The committee also plans to recommend to
commissioners that they consider changing
county elections to district voting, rather
than countywide.
Youd have a more effective commis commissioner
sioner commissioner in a district, Coleman said. Coleman
admitted there may be more of a chance for
a political machine developing in a cer certain
tain certain district to get someone elected, but you
have that anyway with countywide elec elections.
tions. elections.
The committee also plans to suggest that
commissioners consider limiting their office
to two consecutive terms. Commissioners
currently can remain in office as long as they
can get reelected.

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... his district could include a larger
rural area under new plan.
According to state law, commissioners
must adopt a redistricting plan by Dec. 31.
They plan to review the committees recom recommendations
mendations recommendations Dec. 15.

People in the Third World must be helped with changes,
too, he said.
Television and radio have shown Third World people
what they are missing, and they may gang up to take what
they want if we dont help them get it, he said.
The scientific revolution we are in is moving so rapidly
that most people dont know its happening, Bromley said.
Ten years ago a computer with as many internal connec connections
tions connections as a human brain would have occupied a cube a
quarter of a mile on each side, Bromley said. In 10 years the
same computer will be smaller than the human brain, he
said.
The public needs to be aware of the change that is coming
so they wont revolt when they wake up one morning to
discover their toaster is smarter than they are, Bromley
said.

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Every 50 minutes
Imagine all the people living life in peace.
You may say I'm a dreamer but I'm not the
only one.
John Lennon
Imagine
The deranged ex-security guard had waited in
the dark for several hours. As his prey approach approached
ed approached the apartment building, the assailant called
out his name and, without waiting for him to turn
around, pumped four .38-caliber slugs into his
back. Blood spattered onto the walls and pave pavement
ment pavement as the wounded man lunged six steps to the
door.
Less than half an hour later, John Lennon was
dead. A year ago today, a generation lost its
adolescence.
Had Lennon been in his native Great Britain,
its highly unlikely he would have been killed
with a gun almost no one has the right to own
one. Even across the border from New York state,
in Canada, the man who shot Lennon Mark
David Chapman, a former mental patient who
had tried to kill himself twice would not have
been able to buy the handgun he used.
But in the United States about 250,000 crimes
yearly involve a handgun. A handgun is sold
every 13 seconds. And every 50 minutes someone
is shot with a handgun. Every 50 minutes!
President Reagan called Lennons death a
great tragedy. But he rejects handgun controls,
despite his shooting a few months after Lennons.
Instead, Reagan supports mandatory five and 15
year jail terms for criminals who use handguns.
Thats a fine idea, but Reagan is ignoring impor important
tant important advice from his own experts.
Reagans task force on violent crime supported
mandatory sentencing, but also recommended a
waiting period before gun purchases during
which authorities could check a prospective
buyers background.
There have been some local and state attempts
at gun control, and some have been effective to a
degree. Massachusetts imposes a mandatory one oneyear
year oneyear sentence for carrying an unlicensed gun. In
the two years after that law went into effect, kill killings
ings killings in that state went down 55 percent.
Alachua County requires a three-day wait
before a gun purchase can be completed, and
three of Floridas 66 other counties have joined
Alachua.
In Morton Grove, 111., the city council banned
the sale and possession of handguns in June. The
National Rifle Association, naturally, is challeng challenging
ing challenging the ban in court. The NRA which con contributed
tributed contributed SB,OOO to Florida Sen. Paula Hawkins
1980 campaign says even existing gun laws
need to be relaxed.
Unfortunately, the well-heeled NRA has been
able to thrust its views on the American people
through their elected representatives. Thats
because the NRA has money, lots of it, and its
willing to threaten to use that money in support
of an incumbents next challenger.
In California, the NRA has been able to thwart
gun registration for years. So the people of
California have taken it upon themselves to deal
with the issue. California voters are to consider
gun registration in 1982.
But state and local gun control laws cant work
nearly as well as a sane national gun policy. Its
too easy for the guns to find their way across state
lines as in Mark David Chapmans flight from
Hawaii to the continental United States, handgun
in tow.
Hawkins and Florida Sen. Lawton Chiles
should examine the idea of a waiting period that
would allow authorities to weed out people like
Chapman Irom the gun-toting public. Sen. Ted
Kennedy of Massachusetts already has filed a bill
calling lor. a 21-day waiting period. Considering
a Callup Poll during the summer that showed 91
percent of American adults support the 21-day
waiting period whether they favor banning
handguns or not Chiles and Hawkins are prac practically
tically practically obligated to support the bill.
And in the meantime, we can only glance at the
clock and wonder who will get it during this 50-
minute period.

opinions

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Consumer power may effect change

Editor: A few months ago, WGVL radio station changed
not only its call letters, but also its format. This programm programming
ing programming change caused a flurry of protest from the hard core,"
but the new management was not concerned, and cited
economic logic as the reason for the change. The new format
is settling in now, and the Jackson Browne fans have been
vanquished. But before we lay Warren Zevon to rest, I must
offer a small protest.
I suggest that it is the character of our fair town that aided
the WGVL change. Hogtown is small, rural, and has a large
student contingent which often does not become involved in
local affairs, although they are voracious local consumers.
And it is this consumerism that is the basis for the patent un unfairness
fairness unfairness of the situation. When the music changed, the spon sponsors
sors sponsors didnt. Therefore,, it should be the sponsors of the old
WGVL to force a reversal of format.
Any plan with force must be well targeted for maximum

Aggressiveness isn't a social necessity

Editor: Hats off to recent letter writers for bringing up
some real problems among us social islanders. Let me just
add a few details to those statements.
Ladies, there are many gentlemen around UF like myself
who are different from the male norm. We may be shy, we
may not think highly of our looks, we may not be partiers, or
we may not be macho and aggressive, but whatever our
shortcomings we are extremely eager to meet attractive,
intelligent women, but just cant seem to make the pieces fit.
In addition, we may be sensitive, quiet and unassuming;
such characteristics are usually labeled feminine. Most of
us don't let this unfair brand bother us, but it seems to have
an effect on someone. We may be a minority of men, but
were here. And we have a very important thing to say: we
dont believe that a man has to be macho or aggressive to
meet women and enjoy their company.
il|r|N'N4Hl
alligator

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impact. One such plan is a boycott of one of the sponsors of
the radio station. Naturally, that sponsor would be random randomly
ly randomly selected from a collection of all sponsors on a given 24-
hour period. Dates for the boycott could be posted in ad advance,
vance, advance, and then all those persons wishing to show their sup support
port support could choose to do so. Any boycott effect could then be
quantified, and other sponsors would be able to realize who
actually pays their bills. Hopefully, the effect would finally
reach the radio station management, and they would res respond
pond respond constructively to the boycott.
This does, of course, assume that a boycott would be effec effective.
tive. effective. Is that too much to assume? Please give this letter some
thought over the holidays. I would be happy to hear from
anyone interested in this project in January; I can be reached
at 377-5406.
William A. Winter
Gainesville

I don t know if most women feel that a man has to
dominate them (if they do, I suspect it is because society has
conditioned them to think so). When I work myself up to ask
a woman out, and she turns me down, it is a tremendous
s ort-term blow to my ego. Such is the reason why many of
us shy men have trouble even approaching women. Many
men not only dont mind being approached by women, they
revel in it, because the brunt of the pressure is taken off their
shoulders.
Ladies, I know I speak for a large group of men when I say
this: there are a lot of men who desire to meet women for
f eir minds, and not only for their bodies; there are a lot of
men who judge a woman by what exists between her ears,
and not between her legs; there are a lot of men who respect
women as people and for their tendencies (sensitivi (sensitivity,
ty, (sensitivity, kindness, passion, etc.); and there are a lot of men who
want ong-term, meaningful relationships with women who
have lots ol room for growing -a one-night stand doesnt
appeal to us.
As one ot these men, Im proud.
Jonathan Ross
1 UF
Men, women operate
at cross-purposes
Editor: After reading the many letters concerning the
island, I have decided to write regarding my views on the
subject matter. I am going through the same problem of
meeting people, in particular the males of this university.
I guess you could say I have a lot of guts when it comes to
asking guys out I have done this quite a few times and,
believe it or not, all accepted, but the guys seemed to have
gotten the wrong impression of what I was looking for.
There are plenty ol women at this university who are dy dying
ing dying to meet that special someone. The problem is that all the
guys worth wanting are either taken (which I feel comprises
about 80 percent) or too interested in how many "women
they can get into bed.
1 am still looking and will continue to look for however
long it takes. 1 know that somewhere outside this university
there is someone lor me and every one of you. Just remember
that by your senior year il you havent found that someone
special, by now youre probably better off. I am signing my
name because it s all part of having guts!
Robin Allweiu
4JM



Judgement ignores proven link between religion, cultures

Editor: One hesitates to rcs|x>iul to any letter by Robert
Primack, liecauso he seems to be the sort who will insist on
having the last word. But I feci it almost my duty as a history
professor to protest against the cynicism of some of his
historical judgments (Fundamentalism cant solve pro problems
blems problems of a complex world," Dee. 3 Alligator). Not only are
they mistaken, in my view, but they represent an attitude
which is far t(x> common around the university not among
those students who take our history courses, you understand,
but among the many who are not so fortunate.
In a nutshell, the point of his letter is that there has been no
difference between Christian ahd non-Christian societies or
civilizations in the mitigation of human misery, and that
religion is not a solver of real problems. The implication,
clearly, is that religion is a mischievous but emphemeral ele element
ment element in history, primarily useful as a rationalization for
various deeper interests.
Such a generalization would be very comforting to a cer certain
tain certain kind of mind. It would save us the trouble of serious
study or thought on this subject. And it would avoid the em embarrassment
barrassment embarrassment of venturing upon moral judgments. Os course,
religious movements have sometimes been epiphenomenal in

ERA alone cannot provide
enforcement of equality

Editor: In response to your article of Dec.
3 (Smeal flyers anger senators), I offer the
following comments and observations:
Your article is quite convincing to those in individuals
dividuals individuals who are not aware of the events
leading up to and following the Eleanor
Smeal fiasco. Unfortunately, they are inane
to anyone who is even remotely aware of
what actually transpired.
Phyllis Schlafly got $3,000 and Eleanor
Smeal received $2,000 for their respective
speeches because that was the amount each
requested. It is certainly not your place to tell
Phyllis Schlafly or Eleanor Smeal how much
they should charge to lecture. Nor does the
rate for which they are willing to appear
have any relation to Student Governments
stance on the Equal Rights Amendment.
I shall overlook your failure to distinguish
between Accent, which funded Schlafly, and
the Student Senate, which funded Smeal, as
it may have been an honest mistake (doubt (doubtful).
ful). (doubtful).
What I cannot understand is how you can
assume that because an individual is opposed
to the ERA, he (generically, of course) is,
necessarily in favor of an amendment calling
for inequality. The objection that most op opponents
ponents opponents of the ERA have is that a constitu constitutional
tional constitutional amendment is not the means by which
to enforce equality of the sexes. Others feel
this amendment would leave courts too
much room for interpretation. Still others,
myself included, feel that metaphysical ques questions
tions questions which are quite difficult to enforce,
should not be dealt with in a document like
the U.S. Constitution.
Paying a woman less than a man for the

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just the manner suggested, so that Primacks statement will
strike many as self-evident. But a serious study of the dif differences
ferences differences between civilizations would show that religions ex express
press express the basic orientation of those societies, and that those
differences are real and decisive. Max Weber, one of the
pioneers of sociology, realized this too late in life. He did not
complete his massive study of how the worlds major
religions helped determine the economic, technological and
social patterns of whole civilizations. For the solving of pro problems
blems problems is only carried on within the context of world views
which are fundamentally religious (and only identified as
problems in that context, a point which even B.F. Skinner, in
his recent talk, failed to grasp). The question of human
misery, to take Primack s example, is treated very differently
by Hindus, let us say, than by Christians. There would be a
significant difference even within Western civilization bet between
ween between the Greeks, whose concern would stop with the free freeborn
born freeborn population, and Christians, who keep trying to counter
mankind s constant drift toward slavery. In short, it does
make a difference how one expresses ones basic beliefs.
Not only the values, but the histories of the worlds
civilizations are emphatically not the same. The fact that
there has been misery and war in them all does not mean

same job is wrong. But it is already IL ILLEGAL.
LEGAL. ILLEGAL. A constitutional amendment will
not make any difference. The problem lies
currently, and will always lie, in enforce enforcement.
ment. enforcement. The Equal Rights Amendment is not
the miraculous panacea that you and your
ilk make it out to be.
One point raised in your article is quite
compelling, however. Jan Reitnauer and
Tamra Freeman would not have risen to the
levels they have 50 years ago. Yet they did so
without an Equal Rights Amendment to the
Constitution. If. this amendment is so essen essential
tial essential to equality, how can this have
transpired?
With respect to the promises we sought
from Ruth Segal, the senate was seeking to
guarantee that the assembly was not a
demonstration. True, the Constitution does
guarantee the right to peaceably assemble
and freely speak, but the students of UF are
bound by no law to fund such activities.-
The senate wished to fund an informative,
intellectual exchange of ideas, not a political
rally. If the question of funding a political
rally in favor of, or opposed to, the ERA had
come before the senate, it would certainly
have failed overwhelmingly.
In closing, I am certain you, and other
neophyte journalists like you, will have no
trouble finding employment somewhere.
Word has it that the Washington Post is look looking
ing looking for someone to replace Janet Cooke.
Michael Trentalange
3LS
Senator, College of Liberal Arts
and Sciences

opinions

0
Give police chance before iudqina

Editor: This morning I had the misfortune
of having my van run out of gas. Not only
was this inconvenient but it could have prov proved
ed proved unsettling also. It was a chilly morning
and with me at the time was my 1-year-old
son. After phoning the campus police, we
didnt even have to wait for thdln to arrive.
Officer Michael Bone was there before we
were! He drove me to three different service
stations before we finally were able to find a
usable gas can. The entire affair took more
than an hour and all this time the officer was
courteous and helpful. He definitely went
beyond the call of duty. The campus
police are to be commended for having an of officer

alligator, tuesday, december, 1981,

that there is no point in lking into the differences. The
relative success of those civilizations today, as they compete
with each other, should make us more curious about our
own, which seems to be growing more predominant for
gtxxf or ill. Are we too modest even to wonder why there are
so many foreign students in the United States and so few
Americans at Asian or African universities? Even this kind of
modesty is a mark of the Western mentality. And it has
something to do with our religious heritage.
The suggestion that an understanding of the worlds
religions is irrelevant in todays terribly complex world
seems entirely inappropriate. Primack, teaching the social
and philosophical foundations of education, would be aware
of some of the links that historians have shown between
Christianity and the rise of modern science, of historical
study, and of literary realism, among other things. But many
on campus may not be. To them I would like to extend an in invitation
vitation invitation to courses in the humanities and history, and to en encourage
courage encourage them to raise these questions even if their instructors
dont seem inclined to.
John Sommorvillo
Assoc. Professor, History

ficer officer of Mr. Bones caliber on the depart department.
ment. department.
I realize as fully as anyone that there are
good cops and bad cops. But lets not forget
that there are also good students and bad
students as well as good presidents and bad
presidents. The least we can do to help
lighten the load of law enforcement in individuals
dividuals individuals is to simply give them a chance
before judging their conduct. After all, isnt
that what higher-educated people are ex expected
pected expected to do?
Martin Maganhalm
6JM

Why are we at college
if not to use our minds ?
Editor: While perusing through the Dec. 3 Alligator 1
spotted a letter by Joe Kostelnik and Greg ORear chiding
those who use this forum to kick around unprovable
philosophical issues. Now, gentlemen, 1 would have you
know that even I sometimes feel a rumbling in my stomach
when merely approaching certain questions. To be frank,
this rumbling can easily become a throbbing pain if I lose
my customary cheer or if a debate iingers on and on and on.
But does this mean we should never tackle difficult sub subjects?
jects? subjects? Good God, man, we live in a university environment!
What in sooth are we here for if not to think, to be exposed to
varying points of view? In the past I have sought to stimulate
thought, all the while endeavoring to deal with objective
facts (I hate idle chatter more than most people). Who could
be so naive as to believe that he could convince others of an
idea simply with a few scratches on a scrap of paper?
In all this the task of the reader is to sift out, to discern,
and not to pay homage to the thoughts of anyone else for
this we have the Christians and romantics. The reader can
hope, of course, that letter writers will have a decided
reserve (although not necessarily always; sheer absurdity
deserves outrage), as well as a sincere concern with truth.
But if this is not the case, your criticisms fly all too swiftly to
the mark.
Alexandra da Cotta
7LS

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I oHigotor, tuesdqy, decern ber 8, 1981

'Laura' has right ingredients that aren't mixed properly

By Nanetta Holland
Alligator Staff Writer
Fashion, intrigue and murder sound like lively ingredients
for an evenings entertainment. But in Laura the current
Gainesville Community Playhouse production, they just
arent mixed right.
Its not that Laura a whodunit calling for a "suave
detective, a worldly but witchy Truman Capote character, a
smooth Southern suitor and a semi-glamorous Woman of the
Year fails completely as a murder mystery.
Its more a lack of direction that pervades the per performances.
formances. performances. Scenes that should be suspenseful are silly, and
characters that should be extravagantly amusing are merely
laughable.
The motley crew is gathered together Agatha Christie style
in Lauras apartment to flush out the killer of a young
fashion model. But instead of the delightful give-and-take
that occurs between suspects in Christie plays, the
characters in Laura only tug at each other. They play for

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happening
By Tom Obrzut
Alligator Writer
Alooo: UF Judo Club will have lessons for
juniors 5:30 p.m. today and adults from 7 to
9 p.m. today at the Womens Gym. Begin Beginners
ners Beginners are welcome.
Glue Peace a Chance: A draft draftcounseling
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themselves, rather than for one another.
Take Waldo Lydccker, the Truman Capote clone played
by Jim Cook. Waldo has a verbose response or acerbic reac reaction
tion reaction to everything. No doubt about it, Waldo gets the best
lines ("Beware the foxhunting set. Beneath that pink coat lies
the heart erf a sadist). But Cook loses Waldos effect by belit belittling
tling belittling the character, turning him into a stereotypic limp limpwrist,
wrist, limpwrist, more witchy than worldly.
That thread of disappointment runs through the whole
play. The characters are not what they say they are and the
inconsistencies are distracting.
Laura, the semi-glamorous socialite played by Janice
Baur, is a prime example. She tells Detective McPherson she
chose to be herself rather than a suburban housewife. But
that seems to a blatant contradiction, for Baur looks
suspiciously like a sophisticated suburban mother of two.
And although Jack Helseth is convincing as McPherson, he
would be even more convincing as a heroic character in a
daytime soap opera.

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computer science professor. The event begins
3:40 p.m. today in room 233 of the Arts and
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American Heart Association: sponsors
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Center is collecting toys for needy

By Tina Gonsalves
Alligator Writer
More than 1,000 Alachua County children
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Through community donations of new toys
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Ditto with Bill Stensgaard, as Lauras southern gentleman.
He seems like such a nice guy, almost too nice to perplex us
as a villain in a whodunit.
The one character who is truly convincing is Bessie Clary,
played by Joan Ihas. As Lauras nasal New York maid,
Bessie is totally and hysterically uncomplicated. She adds
spice when the dialogue becomes dull.
No, Laura doesnt fail completely, despite its many short shortcomings.
comings. shortcomings. Far from it. It begins as an abysmal disaster but
sufficiently redeems itself, in enjoyment, in the second act.
The boredom of the first act turns to a moderate amount of
tension and suspense by the finale.
Laura is not high art or heavy-handed dramatics, nor
was it meant to be. It features talented members erf the local
community hamming it up for members of the local com community,
munity, community, and Laura is typical of the fare offered by the
Gainesville Community Playhouse.
Its amateur theater and its fun. It may not be meaty
enough for many folks, but it does satisfy the hunger
Gainesvillians have for live theater.

Eligible families will receive one food
basket with canned goods, dried beans, rice
and a fresh turkey or chicken for their holi holiday
day holiday meal. Parents also will be able to select a
new toy and Christmas stocking for each
child between the ages of two and 12, Fey
said.
There are no specific income guidelines
to be eligible for the fund, Fey said.
Eligibility is determined by a social worker
and the familys own situation. References
for eligibility will be taken until Dec. 18.
Anyone wishing to donate new toys and
food can make deliveries to the Salvation Ar Army,
my, Army, 810 JE. University Ave., or call the
Voluntary Action Center at 378-2552.

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Plaza preachers
lontinued
lom page one
I Individuals taking an interest in his work make the dona donalons.
lons. donalons. Smoek said in an interview last week. Also, whenever
Ic speaks in churches, the average offering from the con congregation
gregation congregation is about $ 100, Smoek said.
I Smock, 38, who said he pays his own traveling expenses,
eclined to reveal his income. Id rather not, he said.
I Smock added he stays mostly in motels and sometimes in
he homes of friends and supporters.
I Lasseter says their cross-country campus hopping
lometimes gets hectic. And though they travel most of the
lime, this summer the two took a week-long vacation with
L preacher and his wife as chaperones.
I Lasseter says her entertainment that week consisted main mainly
ly mainly of praying.
I Were not really much into vacations, she said. When
I'oure a Christian, you dont have to do something to have
lun.
I You know, you're not having as good a time as you think
Lou are, she yelled at the crowd.
j How do you know?"one man screamed out while another
wnimicked her.
"Those fraternity parties are flat out boring. . .After the
warty, you have nothing to talk about, she said.
| We go to bed," someone responded to the crowd's
Uaughter.
It's the same old thing, she said. You ask what's your
Iname, what's your major. .
. . Wheres your home, someone contributed.
| "Cindy, what do you do for a good time? a student asked.
"I pray to God. .1 dont have to do something to be hap happy"
py" happy"
"If youre happy," a man told her, "than Id rather be
miserable.
"Its your choice, you miserable wretch, she snapped.
The former journalism student doesnt have much time for
vacations as she travels the country to denounce the four
evils on campuses: sex, drugs, booze and rock n roll.
Although many are amused by Smock and Lasseters cam campaign,
paign, campaign, some resent personal accusations by the preachers.
Last Tuesday.Lasseter accused a woman of being a lesbian
and a bad mother because she was wearing jeans and cut her
hair short and straight. The woman grabbed Lasseter and
pulled her off the bench.
Freshman Bill Sterling, who along with two other
students, pulled the unidentified woman off Lasseter, said
the woman in her mid-twenties who had earlier said she
was a widow raising a child eventually calmed down.
Lasseter explains that she thinks women should look
feminine and, as she does, dress modestly.
God doesnt want women to look like men, Lasseter said,
adding that she doesnt regret what she told the woman.
Women shouldnt wear jeans, said Lasseter, who was
wearing her usual campus attire a long dress, a shirt with
long sleeves and a high collar and a hat.
When preaching,Lasseter says she always wears a hat as a
sign of submission to Gods authority.
Also, she doesnt want to appear as one of them women
libbers.
"The women's movement is led by the lesbians and the
queers.. . Theres only one thing worse than queers
"Two queers, someone yelled out.
". .and that's a lesbian,Lasseter bellowed with a look of
disgust.
"You're on the road to deee-struction, she exclaimed
while the crowd joined in yelling destruction.
A sure sign of a women libber, Lasseter says, is a
rebellious woman a woman who doesnt want to be sub submissive
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. . Jed Smock and company compete with their audience for center stage while preaching in
the Plaza of the Americas. Above, Smock ignores a heckler, while "ex-disco queen" Cindy
Lasseter, bottom, lectures a listener.

And as for the proposed Equal Rights Amendment,
Lasseter says she opposes it because a woman should obey
her husband, but mainly because she feels that government
doesnt have the right to tell an employer what he or she
should pay an employee.
Yes, women and men should be paid the same salary, but
there are certain things government cant guarantee, she
concluded.
Incidents such as the one in which the short-haired woman
pulled Lasseter from the bench arent common, Lasseter
said. But occassionally there are outbursts of violence.
UF police Chief Audie Shuler said that throughout last
week there were uniformed and plain-clothed officers check checking
ing checking crowds at the Plaza.
Because they get rather personal toward individuals,
Shuler said gatherings pose a problem.
The emotion-packed sermons reminiscent of the fervor of
revival meetings can get out of hand.
While at Northern Illinois University last year, Lasseter
told a crowd that many of them start out in sexual morality
as sneaky, dirty little masturbators.
One of the men who Lasseter says must have pondered
this in his heart responded who are you to call us
masturbators?
The angry man then slipped his hands under Lasseters
armpits and lifted her up. As she dangled in the air, another
woman ran up and began biting the mans leg so that he
would release her.
That incident at Northern Illinois ended the same day, but
at Arizona State University, after an incident a few years
ago, the campus police still holds tight security every time
Smock and Lasseter preach, Smock said.
Smock was telling a crowd on the Arizona campus that
hed never met a happy queer in my life.
A lesbian knocked me on the mouth right off his bench.
Smock said.
Although the crowd tried restraining her. Smock said the
woman tried to tear off his clothes.
Why a lesbian wanted to tear off my clothes. Smock
said smiling.

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Usually, however, hecklers dont become violent, Smock
said. But at UF, the students are a little more vulgar and
lewd than at other campuses across the country, Lasseter
and Smock said.
The bible says all fornicators will die in the lake of fire,
Lasseter tells the crowd.
FIRE! FIRE!" the crowd responds.
To the tune of the UF cheer, Say it's great to be a Florida
Gator," the crowd chants: Say it's great to be a for fornicator.
nicator. fornicator.
Smock, a Methodist from Indiana, said many students
mimic and make fun of them because students are like gar garbage
bage garbage cans.
Normally, Smock said, they have the lids on, but he tears
the lids off the garbage cans.
Youre seeing the students as they really are, Smock
said. You might call me Gods garbage man.
Regardless of the hecklers, both preachers said they are
fulfilling their goals to spread their message.
Often accused of employing theatrical tactics. Smock said
he uses proven speech techniques with his wide, open
gestures.
Students dont stop at the Plaza to be entertained, both
preachers said. The spirit of God within the students at attracts
tracts attracts them to the fire and brimstone sermons, Smock said.
Our first objective is to get their attention and then
holding their attention to the word of God, Lasseter said.
Women, stay away from Fraternity Row. They're homy
little devils over there.
Why do they stop to listen? Many say its out of curiosity.
I think the Holy Spirit has a lot to do with it, Lasseter ex explains.
plains. explains.
There are no prostitutes in Gainesville because the
women at the University of Florida give it away for
free.
Lasseter, who said her father is not a Christian but
respects her call in life, said she has no desire to return to her
student life because God has called her on to something
greater.
Our main message is to tell students to repent and believe
in Jesus, said Lasseter, who doesnt always travel with
Smock.
Currently shes with Smock and another woman who
dropped out of school to join them.
Diane Hoig, 22, said she was never off the deans list at the
Danville, Kentucky university she attended until she left in
her junior year this fall. She also doubts she will return to
school.
But her work with Smock and Lasseter is often trying.
It is hard work, she said. Sometimes I enjoy it and
sometimes I dont.
I became a wicked woman, Hoig tells the crowd.
Details, details!" they cry out.
Newer at the game, Hoig is more visibly upset than her
preaching counterparts.
I succumbed to drugs and lustness.
She's preppy on the outside but its all Fredericks (of
Hollywood) on the inside, said one student referring to
Hoigs dark blue skirt and hat and yellow button-down shirt.
Smock said he doesnt expect students to be quiet while
he s preaching, but he would prefer more intelligent
responses.
Sometimes a heckler uses satire, Smock said, and he ap appreciates
preciates appreciates it. But at UF, he continues, thev heckle out of ig ignorance.
norance. ignorance.
Hecklers dont deter him, Smock said, because God called
him to work.
Im a soldier on assignment, Smock said. Ive been
assigned to university campuses by my commander-in commander-inchief.
chief. commander-inchief.
Lasseter is also fulfilling her goal in life to obev God.
Is she successful?
Do I think Im successful? Yes.Dtx's God think Im suc successful?
cessful? successful? Yes. Do .some other pet>pie think Fin smcciftifuf'*
No.

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FOR RENT
STONER OG
1 & 2 Bedroom
From $285.00
Coll 375-1121 12-11-44-1
BRANOYWINE
1 & 2 Bedroom
From $275.00
Coll 375-1111 12-11-44-1
Beautiful setting, new 2-bc, 1 1/2 bath
townhouse. Screen porches, w/d hookup,
near bus, campus, Oaks Mall S3OO.
373-0701 eves, weekend 12-11-16-1
Close to UF and Butler Plaza. Available Dec
1. Quiet, spacious 2BR 1 bath quad. Carpet,
drapes, central air/heat. $250/mo. Two
weeks free rent. Call 378-4668. 12-9-13-1
The Village Apts. 3-4 br/2 ba avail. Jon. 1.
Unfurn. Swimming, tennis, racketboll.
gclose to UF. $385/mo. Call 378-8447 after
5. 12-8-10-1
larg new 2 bed. unfurnished opt. Close to
UF $260 per mon. Carpeted, cent air/heat.
Call 375-7986-call anytime-better at night
till 11 pm. 12-11-13-1
Sublet nice duplex 2 br & 1 1/2 bath. Fur Furniture
niture Furniture optional $295/mo. SW section. Call
Afsi or Lulu after 4:00 pm. 372-4697.
12-9-10-1
2 bd house-2 weeks freed $299, pet ok. 813
NW 19 Ave. Drive by, then call 371-0769,
375-6173. Keep trying/leave message.
12-11-12-1
2 bd apt-walk to UF! 2 weeks freed $270,
small pets ok 1239 NW 9 Ave. Drive by,
then call 377-7811, 375-6173. Keep try trying/leave
ing/leave trying/leave message. 12-11-12-1
Looking for an apartment?
For better service call today Ask for Ricco
Frank. Spanish spoken. Ward Peck and
Assoc, Inc. Realtor 372-0950 12-9-10-1
Sublet new 1 bdrm apt. in Cedar Ridge
Apts. $230 mo. Begin Dec. 12 (free Dec.
rent) 371-1110 or work (ask for Jean)
392-3001. 12-10-10-1
Townhouse in Southwood 2 BR 1 1/2 bath.
Biking distance from UF, Shands, VA. Pets
negotiable $325 mo. 372-6533 after 3 pm.
12-11-11-1
Rentals available, no Dec rent on some
near compus. Check out list of houses, apt.,
mobile homes. 1219 W Univ. Ave P Men Mendoza
doza Mendoza Realtor 373-2505. 12-9-9-1
FREE RENT with this od until Jan 1 1981 if
rented now.
1 bedroom unfurnished $230.00
1 bedroom furnished $240.00
Ward Peck and Assoc, Inc. Realtor Ltd no.
avail. 372-0950. 12-11-11-1
Sublet 2 bdrm 1 bath duplex $285/mo Dec.
rent free. 1/2 deposit free. Cedar Ridge.
Close to Oaks Mall. Call 378-6480 after 3
pm. 12-11-10-1
Efficiency and 2 bdr apts for rent. Available
now or Jan. 1. Close to campus. Cheap.
Call Umv. Apts 376-8990 or 371-7889
12-8 5-1
Regency Oaks Free
1/2 Dec. One bdrm-pool, sauna. On bus
route, or bike to campus. Close to shopping.
Call Katy after spm 377-9695. 12-8-5-1
Spacious, quiet 2 bdrm, 1 b townhouse near
Shands & UF. Ist, last, S2OO security.
Available now or for Jan. 374-4359 after 5
pm. 12-11-8-1
SUBLET 1 bdrm 1 bth furn apt 3 blks to UF,
aircond only $lB5. Dec rent free. Call
373-4543 keep trying. 12-8-5-1
Sublet Windmeadows 2 bedroom, 2 bath
apt. $380.00/month. Deposit not due till
Feb. 372-3238 12-11-8-1
Sublet one bedroom apt unfurnished. Close
to campus and Shands for January. $235
first, last & security. Pets and kids 375-5940
or 372-5389 avail Dec 20-free Dec. 12-8-5-1
For sub-lease One bedroom furnished apt.
for January Near campus. $225 mo. First,
last & security. 378-7837 keep trying.
12-10-7-1
Fully furnished luxury apt. Idea) for 1 or 2
people. 1100 sq. ft. Quiet. Complete kit kitchen.
chen. kitchen. Screened in patio. Clubhouse, sauna,
weightroom. BEST POOL in town. Bran Brandywine
dywine Brandywine 375-5901 12-8-5-1
Sublet 1 bdrm apt mid Dec to mid Aug 1/2
mi from campus. Balcony overlooks pool.
$250/mo. Dec, Jan, Aug FREE 373-2680
12-8-5-1
A GOOD DEAL* Grad or upperclass to
share great 2 br 2 bth apt. own rm. Walk to
Shands, UF. Call Laurie at 372-0666.
12-8-5-1
Sublet Immediately Picadilly apt. 2 bedr.
poolside $335 monthly -f utilities. Call
376-2483 or 371-V832 or 378-2276
DESPERATE!! 12-8-5.1
Sublet 2 br 1 1/2 bath townhouse apt in
Cedar Ridge, fully carpeted, central
heat/air, dishwasher, on bus route,
$325/mo, 378-4809 12-8-5-1
Phoenix 2 br unf fenced bk-yd,
dishwasher/disposal, skylight in bathroom.
Avail Jan S3OO/mo-excellent. Call 378-7130
or 372-7939-eves. 12-8-5-1
2 bedroom, 10 min. walk to campus,
Shands. Patio opens to duck pond, 2 pools.
Nice apt. complex. $320 avail Dec. 16. Dec
free 375-3315. 12-8-5-1
Sublet two bedroom two bath apartment
close to campus. Available Jan Ist $330
month 371-6421. 12-8-5-1

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SUBLET 1 br apt unfurnis. in Gotorwood near
UF. Available Jan $265 month. Call Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco 377-0045 12-8-5-1
1 bedroom apt. $230. Wosher/dryer
hookup, dishwasher, pets ok Sublet Jan. I.
375-7301 leave message. 12-8-5-1
Spacious 2 bdrm apt in SW near Shands 4
UF Avoil for Jan 1 $320/mo. Call 373-3280
evenings. Pets, laundry, private patio.
12-11-7-1
Spacious, new 2 bdr. Walk to UF. NW, unf.,
sublet. Dec Free $295. Call 371-2389.
12-9-5-1
OAK FOREST Available Jan. 2 bdrm 1 1/2
bath townhouse on lake New carpet,
dishwasher $370/month. Call 373-6934.
12-9-5-1
Sublet: 2 bdrm/1 bath apt. Jan 1 -Aug 15.
$290 mo Call 371-1853 or Barbara
377-8797 12-9-5-1
Sublet 1 br furn apt short term lease till
May $235/mo. Avail Dec 20 Dec free. No
phone. Can see at 1600 NW 4th Ave Apt 8
MF 5-7 pm. 12-9-5-1
Two bedroom townhouse in quiet wooded
area, Almost new. Available after Dec. 14
$320/m. Call after 12 371-6445. 12-9-5-1
IN THE PINES
2 bd townhouse, new carpet. 1/2 mo. free.
Full facilities 374-4724. 12-11-7-1
Brand new unfurnished 1 bd 1 bath 4 blks
from campus. Central air & heat $225 mo.
No pets 412 NW 14th St. Bob 373-0258.
12-11-7-1
MUST sublease beautiful 1 bdrm apt. w/ loft
- start Jan will be available over break. Call
371-0569 or 377-0633. 12-9-5-1
DEC. FREE! Sublet 1 bd apt, enough for two.
Tennis, racketball, close to UF
Call 372-5960 or Barb 372-1237. 12-9-5-1
WINDMEADOWS. Must sublease large 2
Bedroom/2 bath furnished apartment.
Available Jan 1. Call 373-9877. 12-9-5-1
MOVE IN BEFORE XAAAS sublet large 1
bdrm apt., Jan-Aug, close to campus & bus,
pool, patio, $250/mo, call 378-9589, eves.
12-11-7-1
Rooms near campus, partly furnished,
$95/mo. single. First and last month and
security deposit required. HOB NW 3 Ave.
Tel. 374-8076 1 2-11-7-1
Walk to UF sublet 1 br/Dec. free. Jan-Jul.
Pools, laundry, partially fur., raquet raquetball/tennis,
ball/tennis, raquetball/tennis, markets, University Gardens
$250 mo. Coll 378-6518 12-11-7-1
Sublet large 1 bedroom apt. in SW area on
bus route beginning Jan. 1. Rent $250. neg.
2 pools, laundry facilities. 374-8099.
12-9-5-1
HELP ME PLEASE!!!!!!!
I must sublease my twnhs by Dec. 31. 2
huge bdrms, 1 1/2 bathms, all new ap appliances.
pliances. appliances. Huge eat in kitchen, huge Ivgrm,
w/d hookup, patio, storage locker. Quiet,
safe S. W. area by Stoneridge. Only $350 a
month. Call 371 -1811. 12-8-4-1
Furnished apt. 1 bedroom, livingroom, kit kitchen.
chen. kitchen. Private entrance, has to be seen to
appreciate it. 376-7318. Two hundred a mo.
No lease required 12-9-5-1
Sublease beautiful 2 bed/2 bath Regency
Oaks. Start at your convenience. Very clean
& roomy. $350 Call 375-8447/371-2150.
12-11-7-1
Hawaiian Village -1 bedrm, pool, laundry,
close to shopping and campus, nice view of
pond and woods, away from streets.
373-8038 #445 12-8-4-1
Sublet big 1 br apt. at Brandywine. Pool,
sauna, wt. rm., new rug, drapes. $275/mo.
I will pay sec. dep Avail, mid Dec. or
before. 377-8185 eves or 378-5138 and Iv.
message for Dave R. 12-9-5-1
Spacious 1 br apt. Fireplace, living & dining
room w/w carpet, porch, 4 blks to UF $l4O
mo. Also 2 rm suites sllO mo. Ph. 378-8390.
12-9-5-1
Own BR IN SPACIOUS 2 BR apt 4 blks to UF,
quiet, many extras. Only quiet, studious
male. HBO, phone. $l4O/mo + 1/2 util. Ph
378-8390 12-11-7-1
Sublet spacious 2 bdrm apt; $3lO/mnth, low
electric bills; ac; available Dec. 21; Dec.
rent paid; Maracaibo Manor; bike to cam campus.
pus. campus. Call Heidi 376-4722/376-4458 12-9-5-1
Sublet 2 bdrm, 1 bath apartment. Pool,
laundryroom. $315/mo + $250 deposit.
Call before Christmas break! 371-1082. Free
furniture. 12-9-5-1
Vizcaya spacious 2 bdrm 1 bath unfurn apt
avail now $325/mo. Call Jane 2-2941 days
or 375-1304/376-6465 eves. 12-9-5-1
Duckpond-2 br luxury townhouse-deck on
woodsy creek-bike to UF $375 Dec or
Jan-373-4988 528 NE 4 Ave C/h&A,
dishwasher, carport. 12-9-5-1
Sublet large 1 bed furn apt w/ cathedral
ceiling $305 mo will give last mo rent free
Howaiian Village near campus 374-8413.
12-9-5-1
One bdrm quiet, trees. Walk toUF, Shands,
VA, glass doors to cov. patio. Free water,
sewer Furnished. $2lO 376-2343 9-5.
12-10-5-1
3 br, 2 bath, quiet, trees, walk to UF,
Shands, VA. Screened porch. Ptly furnished.
$350,376-2343 9-5. 12-10-5-1
Hawaiian Village Apts! Sublet 1 bedroom
unfurnished beginning Jan 1. Will
negotiate! Call 377-5904 12-10-5-1
CLO opening for girl spr. sem. $625 per
sem. Includes room, board, util. Block from
compus. Call Beth 372 9328, Barb 372-9298
12-10-s s -!

Available immediatley, 1 & 2 bedroom
apts. (some furn.) close to UF, Shands, &
VA Model hours: M-F9-5, Sat. 10-1
GATORWOODAPTS
2337 SW Archar Rd. 373-7579 12-14-7-1
JAN. RENT FREE
Brandywine. Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath.
Screened porch. Close to compus. Call
371- 12-10-5-1
Sove gas, walk to SFCC. 1 br, 1 bath, kit, liv living
ing living room, a/c, heqt, courtyard, friendly
neighbors. $225 Mon. Call Eddy, Rick
377- 1 2-10-5-1
Room available for next semester. Alreody
furnished! $l5O 4- 1/3 utilities. Call
373-4199 Ask for David. 12-14-7-1
ONE-BEDROOM-LOFT
$229/mo Sugarfoot Village Apts Call
372- 12-14-7-1
For rent 4 bedroom 2 bath, ac 1 block from
UF SSOO monthly. Beginning Jan 1, 1982.
Pets ok, fireplace. 1111 SW 6 Ave 375-2058.
12-9-4-1
Fern rmmt for own rm in quiet 3 br house.
Bike or bus to UF. Must like onimals.
Available anytime slls/mo. + 1/3 util.
Call Yonanno or Sheryl 373-1271. 12-10-5-2
Oak Forest 2 br 2 bth brown w/w carp. Full
kitchen $340 mo. imed occ 377-1754
12-14-7-1
SB: spacious 1 br 1 bath poolside apt in
University Gardens. Close to campus.
Availobility negotiable. For more info call
373- 12-10-5-1
Sublet 3 bdr apt in SW area for spring
semester and beyond. Unfurn but new
Carpeted, dishwasher, and very quiet. Ph
378- 12-8-3-1
VIZCAYA
1 bedroom deluxe apt. Sublet. $265 a
month. Avlb Dec 22. Pool & sauna. Call day
or eve 378-0569. 12-9-4-1
Spacious one bdrm apt available Jan I ot
Reg Oaks to sublease thru June 16. Can
renew $265/mo. Call Debbie after 4 pm
377- 12-10-5-1
Sublease large 1-br apt carpet, pets ok.
Avail late Dec, Lyons Apt, SW 20th Ave. Call
375- or 376-8449 anytime offer noon.
12-10-5-1
Sublet 2 br 1 1/2 bath furn apt $263 mo. Un Unfurn
furn Unfurn $240 mo Close to UF, VA. laundry,
swimming pool. Call 372-1091 ask to see
4156. 12-14-7-1
Piccadilly opts.
Beautifully furnished 2 bdrm 1 1/2 bath apt
#101.373-5962, 376-2483 office. 12-11-5-1
2 blocks stadium spacious 1 br furn apt.
Unit ac, heal, large refrigerator, gas ap appliances.
pliances. appliances. Lease no pets. 375-1075,
378- 376-6652, S2OO. 12-14-6-1
large I br & correcting bath in 3 br 2 bath
duplex. Private entr $125 mon. first & last,
SSO dep. 371-1401 Excellent SW location-10
min UF. 12-9-3-1
SUBLET 1 BDRM APT FOR JAN. OR MID DEC.
S2OO/MO CALL JANICE 371-1685 EVEN EVENINGS.
INGS. EVENINGS. 12-11-5-1
Sublet one bedroom apt in Stoneridge star starting
ting starting Dec 22. Furnished. Call Jeff 378-3924
after 3 pm. live in style at least for a while.
12-11-5-1
Room for rent in NE area. 3 bedroom house
$140.00 plus 1/3 of the utilities. Call
377-4973. 12-11-5-1
Sublease apt 16 Av SW. Now available or
for January. 2 br furn townhouse
$350/month. Call 372-2104 from 8 am to 9
pm. 12-11-5-1
LAMANCHA APTS.
Furnished, 2 blocks campus, private bdrm,
individual lease, color T.V., maid service,
pool, gas grills, roommate referral, $155.
Call Carol 378-7224 10-5. 12-14-6-1
SUBLET 2 bdrm, 2 bath furn apt. in BRAN BRANDYWINE.
DYWINE. BRANDYWINE. Good location. Available Dec 18-
Dec rent free. CALL 377-3381. 12-11-5-1
OAK FOREST room available in luxury 3 br
apartment! Fireplace and w/dl! Great
Deal!! Call 376-7667. 12-11-5-1
Sublet 1 br apt carpet, cent air 4\ heat, 3
blocks from campus, cheap utilities. $225
month. Available now 373-0041. 12-10-4-1
OAK FOREST I rm: $132, master: slsl in lux luxury
ury luxury 3 br townhouse. Call Now for Great
Deal!!I 372-0113. 12-11-5-1
DEC. RENT FREE!
I bdrm 1 bath furnished apt, central air,
carpet 2 blocks from campus $274 mo. Call
373-0622 after 3 pm. 12-11-5-1
Sublet in January spacious 3-bedroom
house with washer dryer, fireplace, ceiling
fans and yard Directly across from campus
373-4674. 12-11-5-1
Nice Furn I -bdrm apt 2 mi to UF, pool, laun laundry,
dry, laundry, lo util $219/mo. Free rent Dec. 20-4 an.
1 Coll 377-5541 (eve). 12-11-5-1
Sublet I bedroom apt. in crime free area
Move in during break and don't pay rent
until Jan. Clean-carpeted-spacious
377-3828 eves 12-14-6-1
1 bdrm 1 bath, Central air & heot Call Tim
376- 12-11-5-1
CHEAPN LUXURIOUS! Moles. Own 2 priv.br
in 3 br furn. twhse, $l4O ea, 1/4 util,
dishwasher, coble + HBO, Pool, ten/rqt.
cts. Bus avail. Dec 18. 374-8454. 12-Tl-5-1
LAMANCHA APTS.
Furnished, 2 blocks campus, private bdrm,
individual lease, color T.V., maid service,
pool, gas grills, roommate referral, $155
Call Carol 3787224 10-5. 12-14-6-2

Sublease 1 bdrm apt SIBO mo. Avail Jan Ist.
Villoge 34 #ls. Very quiet area, close to
campus. Call onytime 374-4912. 12-11 -5-1
Nice 3 br/2 b opt. Quiet NW area, close to
UF., on bus route, pool, dishwasher, laun laundry
dry laundry room, tennis. $330 Georgetown
377- 12-10-4-1
Sublet furnished I bd apt in SW. Wolk to UF,
Shands, VA. Pool, laundry facilities. Vacant
end of Dec pay rent Jan 1. 375-5867 4-10
pm. 12-11-5-1
Tumblin Creek Apts. 1015 SW 9th St. Luxury
1 br. Fully furnished, 5 minute walk to cam campus,
pus, campus, very near sororities. $274 month
373-7688 12-9-3-1
Sublet large 1 bedroom furn or unfurn apt
BRANDYWINE Apts. Close to Shands and
University. Pool, laundry, sauna. Coll
378- 12-11-5-1
Sublet 2 brm, 2 bath spacious apt. close to
campus and shopping. Carpeted, central
air/heat. Call Susan after 5. 377-6792.
12-10-4-1
BRANDYWINE Sublet huge 1 Br 1 bath apt.
Move in mid-Dec, Dec rent free. $275/mo.
Big enough for 2. Must see to appreciate.
Call 371-1889 anytime. 12-11-5-1
Master bedroom, own bath in 3 bedroom
Windmeadows apt. 1 or 2 males to share,
on bus rt. Call David 373-5501 I/2 Dec. free.
12-9-3-1
Sublease 1 bd 1 bth furn apt for spring sem
Only 1 block from campus at NW 3rd Ave.
Green-Mar Apts. Call 371-7192 eves.
12-11-81
Sublet efficiency: large-unfn w/ air,
balcony. Private. 2 blk to campus. $l2O/mo
+ util. Avail Dec 23. Call 377-4927.
12-9-3-1
Sublet 1 br apt. unfurnished in Gatortown
Apts. $205/mo. Call 371-2946. 12-9-2-1

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Brandywine. Pool, sauna, clubhouse, wt.
room. Reg $275, sublet starting Dec. 15 for
$250/mo 377-8929. No sec deposit.
12-881
Williamsburg sublet avail 12-1881 2 br & 2
bath-walk to UF, furniture optional
$330/mo. Call 3781253 or 371-7126 eves
ask for apt #6B. 12-11-4-1
2-bedroom troilor near university and
hospitols-Available now. Call 1-684-2691.
12-14-81
Sublet 2 bedroom/1 bath apartment in nice
SW area. Available immediately $270/per
month. Call Linda ot 378-1760. 12-14-81
Sublet spacious upstairs 2 bdrm 2 bth apt in
SWarea (Stoneridge). Pool, souna, tennis 4
weight room. $378 monthly. Call 371-1211.
12-14-5-1
House for rent 1 block from campus. Big
yard, two floor gas heater, garage, good
neighborhood. $300.00 109 NW 20th St.
12-14-5-1
Sublet Vizcaya 2 br 1 bath dishwasher,
disposal, pool, laundry, close to UF.
$325/mo. First, last, security. Dec. rent free.
3784308. 12-14-81
SPACIOUS 2 BDRM APT. Close to Compus.
Pool and Roquetball $3lO per month 4
deposit. Call 373-3231. 12-14-81
For Sublet 2 BDR 1 bth nice location near UF
and Shands. $265 per month. Call 3782498.
12-10-3-1
OAK FOREST 3 bdr/2 bth aval Jan 1. OWN
WASHER 4 DRYER, dishwasher, new carpet,
$420/mo. 3784617 or 3788669. 12-14-81
Economy 4 privacy. Sublet 1 BR furn apt late
Dec-Aug only S2OO/mo. Close to UF and on
busline. Call 371-6284 evenings. 12-14-81
STONERIDGE overlooking pool 4 tennis
courts. Furn 2 bdr/2 bo. Move in mid Dec or
Jan. Call 3785009 12-11-4-1

SUBLET new 1 bdrm apt in Lyons Apts. $225
mo. Rqtball, tennis, laundry. Begin Dec 21
with Dec rent free. Call 376-8329 or
377-8797 12-11-4-1

Sublet, 1 bdrm apt. $225/mo, bike to UF.
Rqtball, tennis, laundry. Start Dec 21. Dec
rent free. Coll 3780954 or 377-8797
12-11-4-1
Sublet Ig 2 bedrm townhs poolside 1 1/2
bath furnished. 5 min to UF. Fr Qrt Apts.
$320 + secty dep. Dec freel Must Seel
377- Now! 12-11-4-1
Free Dec rent sublet new 1 br apt thru Aug
$225/mo Lyons Apts. Parking, laundry,
rqball, close to campus. Call Sue 3782719
anytime. 12-11-4-1
1 bdrm in a 2 bdrm apt. Kings Creek Apt.
Good location, ac, heat, balcony, good
roommates, clean. Call 373-6989 anytime.
12-11-4-1
Sublet Ig 1 unfurnished bedroom apt in
Stoneridge 2nd floor. Available 1-1-82.
$285. Call Barbara after 6 pm at 377-7714.
12-11-4-1
Wish to rent or sublet 2 bed unfurn apt by
1-1-82. In Hawaiian Vlge, Camelot, Pt West
or Country Vlge. Call BW after 6 377-7714.
12-11-4-1
SUBLEASE efficiency 2 blocks from campus
.$172.50. Available Jan. 1, 'B2. Call Nicky
378- after 7 PM. 12-14-81
Sublet spacious 2 br 2 baths furn. aparlm.
close to UF, Shands, VA. Avoil. Jan. 1.
Pool, laundry, quiet area S3BO/mo. call
3785620. See you I 12-14-81
Efficiency apt. for rent. A/C, oil carpeted,
dishwasher, nice-quiet neighborhood.
$ 190/month + SIOO deposit. Call 3782832
p.m. 12-10-81
Economy, privacy of 3 bdrm apt avail Jan.
Beautiful 4 cheap. Cut $34 to $399/mo, free
couch, 2 ez chrs, on bus rt, roomy 371-1040.
12-14-81



HUhwasher, washer, dryer, pets ok. Lease
jan-Jul 31. 1024 NW 34 St. Ph 378-7907
12-14-5-'
quiet furn efficiency available
Oec 23 9 days rent free. Very close to cam campus,
pus, campus, parking, $l7O/mo. Call Tess after 5:00
p m 377-6483. 12-14-5-1
Roommate
room, large 2-br, 1 1/2 bath apt,
urte n porch, washer/dryer, bos, $175.
373-0701 eves, weekend. 12-11-16-2
OakloMMt Apts, 3 bdr twnhs w/d, 1/3
utilities $l4O mo. Available immed. Call
375-6997. 12-9-10-2
area, low utilities. Very nice $133 mo. Call
375-2217. 12-8-5-2
ROOAAAAATE NEEDED. Share Ig
master bedroom in spacious 3 bedroom apt.
wi thin walking distance to campus. Call
anytime 374-8784. 12-8-5-2
FREE RENT UNTIL JAN. for female to share
new furn 2 bedr apt. Move in immediately.
$165 + 1/2 Pool, laundry. Nancy 374-4706.
12-8-5-2
Oak Forest woodside apartment with
fireplace Master bed with bath $l3O plus
1/4 utilities plus deposit. Ca11:375-6070.
12-8-5-2
OWN unfurn bdrm in great hs for good
rmmt. No smoking in hs/no Ig pets. SIOO.
per 8 1/4 util. lst/lost/$75 dep/fuel.
375-1490. 12-8-5*4
Phoenix, own room in 2 bd/2 bath
townhouse starting Dec 19. Studious,
nonsmoker. $l2O + 1/3 util. SSO sec dep.
Call 373-4170 after 5 PM. 12-8-5-2
Mole roommate needed before Jan. I for
spring semester. Share 4 bedroom
townhouse at The Villagel apt. Also have
double bed for sale $75.00. Rent is $102.50
+ 1/2 utilities. Need deposit and first mo.
373-7668. 12-8-5-2
Male Roommate Wanted. Mature responsi responsible
ble responsible for modern, furnished 2 BR Apt. Own
Room 371-2351. 12-8-5-2
OAK FOREST exclusive. Own room in 3 br
beautiful furn apt. Poof, sauna, tennis, club
$l4O/ mo. Free Dec/st. Jan. 378-9372.
12-11-8-2
Female to share 4 bedroom Village Apt.
own room $102.50 + 1/4 util. No sec
deposit nec. Call Alison 377-2809 keep try trying
ing trying or leave #. 12-8-5-2
* Female rmmt. wanted now* *2 bdrm
2 bath Low utilities, Nice yard and
neighborhood. Own room and bath. Call
371-0596 12-8-5-2
Female roommate wanted for next
semester WINDMEADOWS $l2O mo + 1/3
util Pool, tennis courts, sauna 372-9714.
12-8-5-2
M roommate needed for own room in furn 3
br 2 bath quadroplex in SW area near cam campus
pus campus $l2O mo + 1/3 utility. Dec rent free.
Call 371-1247. 12-8-5-2
IMMEDIATE ROOMMATE AVAILABLE IN OAK
FOREST APTS. DEC. RENT FREE. Call
377-0336. 12-8-5-2
Roommate wanted for Jan. PHOENIX AREA
- FURNISHED ONE BDRM, 1 BATH $l5O +
utilities Coll 375-5808. 12-8-5-2
Own room in 4 br/2 b townhouse $102.50 +
1/4 util Pool, wash/dryer, tennis, rball &
vball, near campus. Village Apts. 373-2707.
12-8-5-2
In The Pines 2 br/2 bath apt. Beautifully
furnished luxury apt w/ brass ceiling
fans/microwave/ond plants. Tennis/swim Tennis/swimming/sauno.
ming/sauno. Tennis/swimming/sauno. Dec. free/available Dec 17
5195/mo and 1/2 utilities. 377-3037
12-8-5-2
Need a room to rent Jan Jhru Mar 20 Will Willing.
ing. Willing. to pay up to SSOO for whole period +
util. Please help-call Chuck 378-7130.
Thanks. 12-8-5-2
FEAAALE ROOMMATE wanted, for next
semester (spring). 2 bdrm apt close to cam campus.
pus. campus. Call 373-8017. 12-8-5-2
Female own room in 3 bd 2 bth house
grad or prof pfd $125/mo + 1/3 of util.
Starting Jan 371-1895. 12-8-5-2
Female nonsmkr to share bdrm in furnished
2 bdrm apt SBO month + 1/3 utilities. Start
m Jan. Coll 371-1597. 12-10-7-2
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Roommate needed Jan 1/82 male Bran Brandywine
dywine Brandywine apt, 2nd floor, own rm & bath
$lB5/mo. + 1/2 util. Move in Dec. Pool,
sauna, gym, laundry. Ph 373-7907. 12-8-5-2
Littoral M or F. Own room in 2 br apt on SW
16th, $lO5/mo plus 1/3 util. Coll 377-4703
12-8-5-2
Female wanted to shore 2 br 2 bath apt
sl6l + 1/2 utilities. Maiestic Oaks. Call
373-0911. 12-9-6-2
Fully FURNISHED 2 BR Condo. Female room roommate
mate roommate for 2nd room. Rent includes: all
UTILITIES, cable, HBO Single $225/mo, 2
persons $l5O/mo 371-0958 if no onswer
445-2154 12-11-7-2
Conservative
female wanted *
Partially furnished 2 br apt off Tower Rd. No
pot $132.50 + 1/2 util 376-4099, 373-7436
12-11-7-2
Male wants Conservative room
mate. No pot. To share 2 br apt off Tower
Rood $l3O mos 4 1/2 util. 376-4099
12-11-7-2
Wanted male roommate. One block from
campus. 107$ per month 4 1/2 utilities.
One month FREE rent. Phone 371-6664 after
7 pm. 12-9-5-2
OAK FOREST
Female non-smoker for next semester. Own
bdrm. to share w/ 2 girls. Fireplace, $136
mo. Lesle 378-1126. 12-9-5-2
Female roommate wanted to share a 1
bedroom apt in Hawaiian Village. Fully fur furnished
nished furnished near clubhouse, pool & laundromat.
ASAP. Call 376-8178. 12-9-5-2
Female nonsmkr own room in new 2
bdrm/1 bath apt in SW. Neat, responsible.
Professional or grad preferred $157.50 +
dp, ut 371-0839. 12-9-5-2
Two Rooms available in split level NW
house, 2 miles from UF. Call 377-8482. Keep
trying. 12-9-5-2
Hurry! Fern rmmate needed. 3 bd/rm 2 b
furn ap In the Pines $134 + 1/3 util. Beg
Dec 17. Pool, bus rt, cable, call 378-9287, or
378-3008. 12-9-5-2
FEAAALE roommate wanted to share 3 bdr
apt 1 mile from campus in NW. $lO5 mo.
Studious nonsmoker only. 373-2470.
12-9-5-2
Roommate wanted Pinetree Gardens Apts.
Own room in 3 bedroom $131.00 per/mo.
and 1/3 util. Pool, tennis court and basket basketball
ball basketball court. Open Jan 1. 378-0844. 12-9-5-2
Mature Responsible person for own room in
nice 3 br. SW house only 2 1/2 miles from
campus. Big yard, w/d, cent a/c. $l2O/mo.
NO CIGS. Call 373-9310 Jim. 12-9-5-2
Own room in 4 bdrm house 3 blks east of
Tigert. Fireplace. SIOO/mth 375-7262.
12-7-3-2
Wanted roommates for 3 bedroom house in
NE section. $300.00 + utilities. Must see to
believe! Call anytime 392-6904. 12-9-5-2
Male roommate to sublet own room in 2
bd/1 ba apt near campus. $l6O/mo. Avail
Jan 1. Serious student nonsmoker.
377- 12-8-4-2
Roommate needed next semester for two br
apt close to UF. Br unfurnished. $l4O and
1/2 utilities. Call 371-6368. 12-8-4-2
Rmate for plush 1 bd loft apt. Beautifully
furn, close to campus and excellent
facilities. Rent $125. 4 1/2 util. Call
378- (7-12 pm). 12-11-7-2
Female Private entrance. Own room in 4
bedr 2 bath apt. 3 blocks to UF $135 rent rentsome
some rentsome utilities paid. Call 377-6148 or
377-8890 12-9-5-2
Female own rm spacious 3 Br 2 B NW
home 2 mi to UF. Furnished, w/d, fireplace,
$155/mo + 1/3 util. No Deposits or lease
377-1719 No pets. 12-11-7-2
WINDMEADOWS 1 F rmte wanted for sp
sem. Own bdrm in furnished 3 bdrm apt.
$157 per mo. HURRY! 377-2836 anytime!
12-8-4-2
Roommate needed own rm in 2 br 2 bath
furnished apt 3 blocks to UF. Starting Jan.
Please call Mark 373-0797. 12-9-5-2
Own room in nice 3 br/2 bath house. Near
G'ville Mall. $l5O a month and 1/3 util.
Start renting in Jan. Call 371-2701 and ask
for Kevin. 12-11-5-2
AAale to share frn 1 br apt starting Jan 1.
Village Park Apts, $l2O/mo + 1/2 electric.
Close to campus. Ask for Jeff 375-0643
12-9-5-2
Studious, neat female wanted to sublet own
rm in 2 bd/2 bth furn apt. $193 mo. + 1/2
util. Call 378-9448 12-9-5-2
Female grad student for own room in nice
NW 3 bd/2 b house. Central heat/air,
washer/dr'yer. $ 150/mo 4 1/3 util.
376-5615 after 5. 12-9-5-2

Female roommate wanted for 2 BR apt.
Own room: $155/mo. 4 1/3 util. Share BR:
$77.50/mo. + 1/4 util, furnished except for
BR. Call 375-1480. 12-9-5-2
Neat, non-smoking female. Oak Forest 2
br, 2 bath, unfurn. $l7O + 1/2 util. Call
375- 14. Keep trying. 12-9-5-2
Female Own BR and bath in 2BR Reg
Oaks. $l3O/mo and 1/3 utls start Jan. avail
mid-Dec. Call 371-1293 after 6. 12 9-5-2
Female roommate needed 2 br. $76 rent 4
1/4 utilities. Call Donna at 371-2805
12-9-5-2
Female, own room, large 2-br 1 bath apt,
close to campus, on bus rte. $139/mo and
1/2 util. Available Dec. 20. Call 377-1446.
12-8-4-2
AAale wanted to share room in 2 bdrm/2
bath Brandywine apt. Pool, sauna,
weightroom, clubhouse, laundry, ac/heat.
SBO/mo + utl. 376-2955. 12-9-5-2
Female rmmate wanted to share 2 bdrm 2
bath apt. begin Jan. Non-smoking
$95.75/mo 4 1/4 util. Call Patty 375-4471.
12-9-5-2
Female roommate needed Sp. ing semester
to share master bedroom and bath. $lO5
per month plus 1/4 utilities. Call 373-9460
12-9-5-2
Own br in 2 br duplex only two blocks from
campus. $102.50 plus 1/2 utilities. Call
377-3888 or come by 904 SW 6th Ave.
Female. 12-9-5-2
Needed female to share room.
$110.50/mth + 1/4 utilities. Furnished.
377- 12-9-5-2
Female roommate needed for Jan. Own
room, poolside. Gatorwood Apts. Close to
campus. Call 376-0104. 12-9-5-2
DESPERATE! Female roommate needed!
Own room/bath in furnished 2 bdrm/2 bath
spacious apt. Jan. 1- Call Nancy 373-1280.
12-9-5-2
Female roommate needed to share 3 br
house in N.W. HBO, phone, and utilities in included.
cluded. included. $l3O mo. Call Kim or Bob ph.
376- 12-9-5-2
Female roommate needed to share 3 br
house in N.W. HBO, phone, and utilities in included.
cluded. included. $l3O/mo. Call Kim or Bob ph.
376-5291. 12-9-5-2
1/2 mile to Shands! Own room, brand new,
low util. Fern grad/prof student nonsmoker.
Pool, pond, quiet $l5O furn/unfurn.
378- 6to 8 pm. 12-10-5-2
Mature female rm'mt needed, own room in
3 br/2 ba Oak Forest Apt. with w/d
$136/mo 4 1/3 utilities. Semi-furn. Call
after 4 373-8882 12-10-5-2
Male roommate needed for 2 br 1 bath
Gatorwood apt. Own room $165 month 1/2
util. Call Jay Greene 375-1629 or leave
message 376-4458 Fringe benefits.
12-10-5-2
Person needed to rent master rm. in four
bedroom townhouse. Nice rm. Nice loca location
tion location $l4O per mo. -f 1/4 util. Call 373-2977.
12-10-5-2
Male qrd student needs someone to share
2-bd room apt. Own room, one block to
Tigert $125/mo 4- utility. Call 378-7742.
12-8-3-2
Female Roommate own room in new 2 bd
1 1/2 ba twnhse. Mature, nonsmoker, imm immed.
ed. immed. occ or beg. Jan. $l3O 4- 1/3 util.
371 -1748 after 4:30. 12-10-5-2
FREE 1/2 mo rent
Mast bdrm w/ terrace in townhouse. 2 pools
& laundry. Near campus & shopping, util &
rent $l4O 371-1744. 12-10-5-2
Roommate needed for January sllO per
month 1/2 utilities. 1813-1 NW 2nd Ave
anytime Jeff. 12-10-5-2
THE VILLAGE, own room in furnished 4
bedroom townhouse. $102.50 a month
371-1615. 12-10-5-2
Own room in 3 br/2 b house, large kitchen.
1 mile from campus. 919 S.E. 2nd Ave.
375- 12-11-6-2
Wanted male to share furn. 1 br apt
FREDERICK GARDENS 1 mi south of campus
$122.50 4- 1/2 utilities 377-4519. 12-10-5-2
VEGETARIAN rmmt avail 12/15 for nice 3
bdrm home 1 mi from law school $l2O/mo
4- 1/3 utils. A/h, w/d. Call Molly or Anne B
376- 12-10-5-2
Female own room NW house. Bike ta cam campus,
pus, campus, on bus routes, neat & responsible
Wash/dry, fireplace & more. $l4O 4- 1/4
util. 371-1483. 12-14-7-2
Considerate, responsible person to share
clean, newly rennovated 2 br., 1 bath
house near G'ville Mall. Own room, bike to
UF, close to bus stop, quiet neighborhood.
Begin Jan 1, $147.50/mo. 4- 1/2 util. CAM
377- 12-14-7-2
# F to share 2 bedrm apt. Own rm 1/2 util
$149 mo. Can move in Dec 16 or Jan. Across
from va/Shands Summit House. Call now
373-0928! 12-8-3-2
Female roommate own bedroom in 2 b
apt. Close to campus! Right behind Shands.
$l5O 4- 1/2 util. 378-5120 after 3:00. Keep
Tryingl 12-14-6-2
Own rm in mod 3 br house 1 mi fr Shands
W/d, dishwasher and fireploce. AAature
grod or pro stu pref. $l5O 4- 1/3 util
371-0990. 12-11-6-2
Desperately need roommate. Live at Coun Country
try Country Village for $94. AAany benefits. Call
Susie 377-2990 for information. 12-S-3-2

Female to share Ig 2 br, 1 1/2 b townhouse
in SW area. $162/mo plus 1/2 utilities. Grod
student, considerate, w/ sense of humor
preferred. Call Michele 371-0079. 12-9-4-2
Female roommate wanted own room in 3
bed 1 1/2 bath apt 1 mile from UF, pool,
laundry, bus, sl3l 4- 1/3 ut. Call Angela
373-9700 evenings. 12-10-5-2
AAale, own rm in 3 br house on bus route in
NW, sllO 4- 1/3 util, cable. Avail early
Dec Joe 373-5792. 12-10-5-2
Female Roommate Wanted Village Pork
Apt. Only $76.25 4- 1/4 util Dec rent free!
Call 377-0529 or 378-0814. 12-8-3-2
Non smoking female wanted. Own room in
2 bdrm townhouse Phoenix $ 125/mo 4
1/3 utilities. Avail now Jacki or Amy
377- 12-10-5-2
Female roommate needed to have own
bedroom in 2 bedroom apt on SW 16th Ave
Only five min bike to campus. Call Patsy
371-1858. 12-10-5-2
AAature studious person to share 2 bdrm apt,
own room, $135/mo 4- 1/2 util. Bike ride or
short drive to campus from SW area Call
373-4987. 12-10-5-2
Law student needs apt for 2nd sem w/ grad
or jr/sr. Call after 10 pm collect, PTOP for
Ben 0-731-7127. Leave 0. I will return call.
12-10-5-2
Female wanted to share master bedroom in
nice Haw Vill apt for Winter sem. Summer
option. Only $98.75/mo. Hanna 371-1572.
12-8-3-2
Own room/bath in 2 br, 2 b trailer for non nonsmoking
smoking nonsmoking fml. Rent $l2O, 1/2 utilities, last
sec. Available Dec. or Jan. Call Carolyn
371-6179 12-10-5-2
2 nonsmk rmmts, SW area, 1 shared rm at
SBO. Own room at $l5O. Plus 1/3 elec.,
phone, cable/HBO. Need Ist, last, sec.
Ph. 377-2931. AAark. 12-10-5-2
Roommate needed to share bedroom in a 2
bedroom at Windmeodows. Please call
Sharon for details 374-8891. 12-8-3-2
Oak Forest Apts, 3 bdr twnhs. Fully furnish furnished,
ed, furnished, own room. 1/3 utilities $134 mo. Call
373- 12-9-4-2
Female roommate nonsmoker for 1 brm in 4
brm townhouse, Village Apt $lO2/mo 4
1/4 util 4- deposit. Start Jan 377-2874.
12-10-5-2
Female nonsmkr to share bdrm in furnished
2 bdrm apt SBO month 4- 1/3 utilities. Start
in Jan. 371-1597 12-10-7-2
1 female needed to share room from Dec 28
on. Furnished 2 bed 2 bath apt close to
Shands. Country Gardens 375-1999 S9B mth
1/4 utl. 12-10-5-2
GOOD DEAL! Female to share apt. Own
room fully furnished, close to campus. Easy
going roommate $142/mo. Call 377-3050
now! 12-10-5-2
Roommate for spring w/ summer option,
own room in 2 br, 1 1/2 bath Phoenix
townhouse. $l5O/mo 4- 1/2 util. Call
Nanette 371-6091 or 376-4458. 11-14-7-2
Own br/bath & study. Furn., washer/dryer,
pool/sauna, tennis Windmeodows.
Female, non-smoker, pro/grad student
$l5O/mo 4- 1/2 utilities. 376-3799 bwt 6 & 8
pm. 12-11-5-2
2 rmts Imm. 3 bdr house in NW area
nonsmoker preferred $l3O or $l4O (own
bth) 4- dep. Quiet, wooded area. Please
keep trying 371-2250. 12-14-5-2
Starting Jan. Your own large master
bedroom in brand new condo w/ pool $l4O
4- util. Call Larry or Alice 374-4741.
12-11-5-2
Roommate for huge 2 bdrm/2 bath apt fur furnished.
nished. furnished. AC, pool, tennis, close to UF,
nonsmoker. $155 4 1/2 util. Call Sterling
btwn noon and 4 pm. 377-6399 see to
believe! 12-11-5-2
ONLYS 110/ MONTH
Woodgate Apts 1 rm avail in twnhouse.
Pool, rqtball, tennis ct. Call 375-7834 or
374- 12-11-5-2
Female Nonsmkr for quiet 3 br 2 b NW apt.
Own spacious room, pool. 1 mile from UF.
Upper clmn/grad std sllO/mo 4- ut.
373-6196 12-10-4-2
AAALE 3 blocks UF. Own furnished room 15
room house. $125-135 includes utilities. Kit Kitchen,
chen, Kitchen, washer, dryer Please 378-8122,
375- 12-14-6-2
Female Roommate to share master
bedroom in beautiful 2 bedrm 2 1/2 bath
apartment near Oaks Mall. Available Jan.
1. $l2O mo. 4- 1/3 utilities. Call 377-3288
12-14-6-2
Female Roommate Wanted -1 BR APT AT
Pinewood. Prefer non-smoker, $l2O 4- 1/2
utilities. Available Dec. I. Call 378-9578 or
378- 12-9-3-2
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* FEAAALE-own room in * BEAUTIFUL
furnished house. Pool, fireplace,
washer-dryer. $155 monthly. Wayne
377-8033*** 12-11-5-2
One bedroom avail, in large 4 bdr house 2
blks east of campus 1116 SW 2 Av.
$87.50/mo 4* 1/4 util. Come to see or ph
371-2276. 12-10-4-2
FREE 1/2 mo rent
mast bdrm w/ terrace in townhouse-2 pools
& laundry, near campus & shopping. 1/3 util
A rent $l4O 371-1744. 12-10-5-2
Available now female roommate to share
1 bed I bath furnished apt at Country
AAonor. Close to UF and Santa Fe 373-7522
12-14-6-2

Wanted mature roommate to rent own
room for spring 82. $132/mo. 4- 1/3
utilities. Available Dec 11. Call Jim or Dan
at 376-4852. 12-11-5-2
Female: active, fun, studious up div stu student.
dent. student. $ 155/mo 4 1/2 util. dept. OWN
ROOM, spocious, no cigs, call 377-1505,
anytime. 12-11-5-2
AAale needed to share mstr bdrm in large
newly furnished Brandywine apt immed.
HBO, pool, weightroom $l4O/mo 4 1/3.
373-7961 12-11-5-2
Female for unfurn. own room & bath for
$l4O mo. plus 1/3 util. Very close to cam campus.
pus. campus. Avail. Jan. Nice rmmts. Call 376-8966
12-11-5-2
Roommate needed storting Jan. Own room
in 4 bdrm house 2 miles from UF SIOO/mo
4 1/4 utilities. Spacious living. 377-2802.
12-11-5-2
AAALE. VIZCAYA CONDO. 2 bedroom, fur furnished
nished furnished except bed sllO 4 1/3 utilities.
Pool, sauna. Call after 5 pm. 371-6164.
12-10-4-2
AAale roommate wanted for 2 bdr, 1 bath
apt 10 min from campus. $l5O mo 4 1/2
elec. Call 377-5238 1 2-14-6-2
OWN ROOM in 3 bdrm house 5 blks from
campus, pets negotiable, aval. Jon. 1.
SIOO/mo. 4 1/3. Call Bob or Tom at
371-7946 12-11-5-2
FMLE ROOAAAAATE WANTED, for a 3 bdrm
home, washer/dryer, firepl, bike to UF.
$145/month. Call Julie 373-5369. 12-11-5-2
Female roommate to share 2 bdrm Univ
Gardens apt. Pool, nice grounds, laundry
room. $155. Prefer working jr, sr, grad stu student.
dent. student. Barbara 373-6514, ofter 3:30.
12-11-5-2
Female to share spocious mstr bdrm $126 4
1/3 utilities. Furnished apt in Gatorwood.
Move in mid Dec. Must see 376-1901.
12-11-5-2
Clean female roomie wanted! Own room in
2 bd/2 bth at Hawaiian Village. Only
$172.50 per month-call 373-8435 now!
Move in mid-Dec. 12-11 -5-2
Country AAonor Apts. Own room in 3 bdr/2
bth apt for $139.33/mo 4 1/3 util. Call any
time. 371-6637 12-11-5-2
Female student wanted to share master
bdrm in semifurn 2 bdrm Gatorwood apt
with Dec rent-free. $lO5 month 4 1/3 util.
377-3869 12-10-4-2
AAale roommate wanted to share one
bedroom apt. $104.50/m 4 utilities. Must
be responsible and nonsmoker. Call
371-6539 ask for Val. 12-10-4-2
Roommate Wanted next semester in 2 br.
furnished apt. $l5O/mo. 4 1/2 utilities.
377-7998. 12-11-5-2
Need a roommate Archerwoods Apts. 2
bedroom 1 bath, SBO per month 1/4 utilities.
Ask for John or George 373-0431. 12-11-5-2
I need a roommate, male or female. Must
be neat, nonsmoker. SW Villas $l3O 4 1/2
util. Bob 376-0723, after 5. No zombies, ok?
12-11-5-2
Roommate wanted own bdrm in four bdrm
apt. Color TV, furn & maid service provided.
Close to campus $ 155/mo. ask for Stacey.
12-11-5-2
Own room, bath in spacious 2 br 2 bth apt.
w/w carpet, pool, sauna, tennis, 1 mile to
UF $l7O 4 1/2 util. Call 371-0645
12-11-5-2
GREAT DEAL- female to share 2 br 2 bath
own br walk to UF, Shands, pref grod/-
jr/sr rent negotiable Cntry Gdns 372-0666
12 11-5-2
Wanted 1 female roommate to share un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished room with nurse si Christine 377-
9749 12-11-5-2
Plan ahead NOW FOR Sprg. sem. Sublet 1
room in 2 bdrm furnished Phoenix Apt. Avl
Jan 1 $l5O/mo 4 util, bus rt, clean. Call
371-0999. 12-10-5-2
Female roommate to share 2 bdrm 1 bath
furn apt with w/d. Rent is $175, 1/2 utilities.
Pleasr call Jodi 378-1000 or 376-9950 After 6
pm. 12-14-5-2
THE VILLAGE -1 bedrm in 4 bedrm apt Dec
rent free Aval now $102.50/mth plus 1/4
util. Call Beth 378-7538. 12-10-3-2
Desperate roommate needed to share two
bedroom Hawaiian Village w/ 3 other girls
Jan. 1. SBB 75 per mon. Call 378-5722.
12-10-3-2
Male roommate wanted to share two bdr.
apt. 3 blocks behind Norman Hall. $l4O per
month 4 1/2 utl. Please call 373-8022.
12-14-5-2
Male roommate wanted for spring Own
bdrm $127 50 4 1/2 util. SW area Call LIN
376-8371 10 am to 4 pm. 12-10-3-2
AAale roommate needed. Clean, studious.
Near campus, Country Village Apts. Two
bed 1 bath fully furnished. $150.00 4 1/2
utilities. Call 374-8384. Keep trying.
12-11-4-2
AAale, serious stdt., share 2 bedroom, 2
bath, furnished trlr. SW section. $l2O/mo 4
1/2 util. Call 373-9160 after 5 pm. 12-11-4-2
Female to share cozy 1 br furn apt. Start
Jan. Pool, laundry, beautiful grounds.
Close to campus and Shands $122.50. Call
Vicky 371 -0711. 12-11-4-2
Gatorwood-need roommate for one
bedroom furnished apt. Campus one block.
Good mellow student, male. Spring sem
Call 376-6264 evening. 12-11-5-2

alligator, tuesday, decemberS, 1981,

AAale roommate wanted to share large
semi-furnished 1 br apt in Regency Oaks.
$132 4 1/2 utilities starting Jan I. Call
377- 12-10-3-2
Female grad student seeks reponsible
female to share the costs of living. Lovely 1
br garage apt behind Norman sllO 4 1/2
util 376-4790 12-14-5-2
AAale to share 2 br/1 bth, partly furn. apt in
Phoenix complx. Own room, w/d hook-up.
dishwasher, free wat., pets ok. Roommate
cool and studies. $l5O/mo 373-0213 or
375-7786. Dec rent free! 12-11-4-2
Fern, roommate needed for Jan. Own room
in 2 bedroom 1 bath furnished $l5O mth. 4
,1/2 utilities. Phoenix 375-5808 Kathee or
Annette. 12-14-5-2
Female non-smoker to share clean two
bedroom furnished apartment in SW area.
Close to UF $l5O/mo. 377-1631. 12-14-5-2
Female wanted for furnished apt. Own
room Village Park $147.50 4 1/2 utilities.
Pool, central air and heat, laundry Call
378- 12-8-1-2
F own room in 3 bdrm apt in Regency Oaks.
$ l 4O/mth 4 1/3 utility. Jan. rent free. Call
Randy 373-9923. 12-10-3-2
Female. Own room/private entrance in 4
bdrm 2 bath apt 3 blocks to UF $135/mth
with most utilities already paid. Call
373- or 373-6605 12-14-5-2
Roommate Wanted-prefer female 2
bedroom house on NW 20 Ave. $112.50 4
1/2 other exps. Liberal/Non-smokers. Call
374- 12-14-5-2
Female rmmte wanted starting Jan. for 2
bdrm, 1 bth mobile home in Windmeodows
trailor park, rent $132.50 4 1/2 utilities.
Low deposit. Partially furn. Nice shady
yard. Call 371-6029. 12-10-3-2
1 or 2 female ROOAAAAATES to share Ig
bedroom. Pool, loundry, dost to campus.
Village Park Apt. slls/mth 4 1/3 util. CALL
371-2066 12-11-4-2
* 1 bdroom, 1 bathroom apt. Tennis, ra raquetball,
quetball, raquetball, pool. Semi-furnished. Call Larry at
392-7887/372-9476. 12-11 -4-2
2 female roommates beginning winter
semester to share 2 br apt. 3 blocks to UF.
Rent cheap Pets negotiable. Call 373-7833.
Keep trying. 12-14-5-2
Female rmmte needed in Ig 2 bdrm
poolside apt. Own rm $167/mo 4 1/2
utilities. Excellent location. Close to bus
stop & shopping 373-6319 avl. Ite Dec.
12-14-5-2
OWN ROOM 1 block fm campus. Furnished,
fireplace S9B 4 1/4 utilities. 375-6852
anytime. 12-10-3-2
FEM rmte Dec or Jan. Own room in nice 3
bdrm Windmeodows opt. Need own furn furnexcept
except furnexcept for bed. Nice roomies. $l4O 4 1/3
util 371-1190. 12-11-4-2
Female. Own furnished room in a beautiful
N.W. home. Close to UF. Nonsmoker pref.
$l5O 4 util. No lease. 376-7964 evenings.
12-9-2-2
JANRENTFREE
if you sublet my bdrm in a 2 bdrm Phoenix
Apt. $ 150/mo 4 util, busrt, clean. Aval Dec
20. Call 371-0999. 12-14-5-2
AAALE roommate needed for 2 br apt, French
Quarter, $l6O/mo plus 1/2 util. 371-7304
6pm-7pm, mon-fri. 12-10-3-2
LARGE SUNNY ROOM in nice 3 br house 9
blks from UF. Furnished, big yard, nice
area. Prefer clean mature female
$ 150/month 375-2590/372-8033 12-10-3-2
1 block behind Norman Hall 11 days free
rent 20 Dec pay Jan Ist. Ist, last, SSO dep
$125 mth. Own bdroom Want studious,
female, rank jr. or above 373-9415.
12-14-5-2
Female roommate wanted to live in The
Village Apts, next semester. Own room.
Rent is $102.50/month plus 1/4 utilities.
Call 373-0488 anytime 12-11-4-2
Rmmate wan ted-own room in 2 bedrm
duplex close to UF. Nice yard, pets ok. Cal!
Lori or Jen 371-2519. 616 NW 19 Ave
12-11-4-2
Female non-smoking roommate, 2 bdrm
furnished PHOENIX apt., $l5O 4 1/2
utilities, bus or bike to UF. 371-6066
12-11-4-2
Windmeodows: 1 or 2 female rmts wanted 2
bdr 2 bath apt. $95-$126 4 util Great
roomies! Call 373-9202 now Ask for Joann
12-10-3-2
Nonsmoking female needed to share 2 bd
apt Own room or share. Easy bike/bus to
campus. For more info call 392-7761.
12-14-5-2
URGENTLY need roommate for Januory
first. $125 a month 4 1/2 utilities. Call
377-6557 after 4 12-14-5-2
VILLAGE APTS, female rmate for own room
in 4 br townhouse $102.50/mo. Friendly
atmosphere-great parties; Kelly, 373-9622
12-14-5-2
Need 2 female students (prefer nonsmoker)
to share bedroom. Pay 1/4 rent. Less than 1
mile to campus. Available Jan 1. Call
376-6931 12-14-5-2
Oak Forest mstr bdrm in a beautiful 2 bdrm
2 bath Pool 4 sauna 4 tennis. Available
immed Call Toro at 371-0667 after 3:00
12-10-3-2
Wanted non-smoking female to share
large I bdrm apt in Gatorwood Cal
375-0643 for more details. 12-10-3-2

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I, alligator, tuesdoy, december, 1981

REAL ESTATE
Buy locol rental property
A$ a safe investment
Houses, duplexes, 4plexes
And larger. Coll for professional investment
odvice. Realtor 377-6789 Wayne 0. Mason 4
Co. Inc. 12-11-20-3
FOR SALE
1/2 PRICE BEDDING ~
Desks, Dressers. Chests, Sofas, etc. wide
selection to choose from WE ALSO BUY US USED
ED USED FURNITURE. See at Affordable Fur Furniture
niture Furniture and Bedding, 1201 E Univ. Ave (1
block east of Waldo Rood). 373-5500
12-11-40-4
NINA'S NOOK
Desks, couaches, chair*, shelving, beds,
USED FURNITURE-AREA'S BEST 818 W Univ.
Ave. behind Toco Bell 377-6700
WE BUY FURNITURE 12-11-74-4
Carpet + room size rugs cheapest prices
and best selection in town Stnngfellow
Supply Co. 1015 S Main St. 376-7511
12-11 -71-4
Your car + great sound at o low price =
more en|oyable driving See Car Stereo
Specialists at 2201 NW 13 St or call
372-2070 12-11-74-4
14 Kt. Gold Jewelry mokes the nicest gift
Purchase yours at the lowest price in town
from a manuf. rep Call Scott 378-3041.
12-11-10-4
Double bed $75.00. Good condition. Call
Jim 373-7668 12-8-5-4
Toyota Corona 73 economical, cheap
transportation. Excellent cond. Men's
Schwinn 10 speed Best offer on both.
375-5313 12-8-5-4
Bedroom furniture will sell complete set or
separate pieces. Double bed, dresser, desk,
night table. 2 bookshelves. Call Lauren
375- 12-8-5-4
Free demo new company has developed
incredible speakers that outperform big
name brands at half the price. Guaranteed.
Try on your stereo-no obligation. Several
models available Call 371-1215. 12-8-5-4
10-Speed Bicycle, Schwinn. Good condi condition,
tion, condition, Call Dale 375-3023 12-8-3-4
Steel metal desk/swivel chair $l5O. Dining
table/4 chairs $175 Reclmer & bean bag
S6O. End table-coffee table-lamd-chest of
drawers S3O 376-6023 12-11-7-4
MUST sell 2 sets of speakers.
MAGNAPIANAR MGII and Dalquist D Q 10
Either set $550 neg Call 377-0633 or
376- 12-9-5-4
11050SX Pioneer Receiver 1 Pioneer turn turntable.
table. turntable. 1 8-Track ployer-Recorder. 2 Pioneer
hpm 150 speakers. Call 373-1416. Ask for
Madelyn, David or Toni 12-9-5-4
HAMMOCKS Imported Mexican Han Handicrafts.
dicrafts. Handicrafts. Different sizes/colors. S2O to S6O.
Great X-Mas gifts. Call 377-0044 12-9-5-4
Lodies Saxon 10-Speed bike SBS. Men s 10-
Speed bike $45. Call 371 -2066 1 2-8-4-4
Double Bed, like new, $l7O. Wood Dresser,
$25 Call Marion anytime. 378-5964
12-8-4-4
Bed, Single Size, only 3 months old S6O
Also a new chest drawer S2O And a night
stand sls. Call 371-6539 after 6 p.m.
12-8-4-4
MOVING SALE Dbl bed, dresser, mirror,
mghtstand, desk, coffeetable, lamps. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Coll Karen 375-5937.
12-10-5-4
YAMAHA SR 500, 1978, 8000 miles
Tourstar helmet included. Need the bucks,
SBOO. Andy at 373-8790 after 9 p.m.
12-10-5-4
1980 Honda XL 100 Dirt Bike can be made for
street. 90 MPG. Must Sell only S3OO. Runs
Great. Call 375-5621. Bernie. 12-10-5-4
WATERBED For Sale. 15 yr warranty,
bookcase, headboard, heater, SATIN
SHEETSI Call 377-4540. Keep Trying.
12-8-3-4
Turntable Technics SLD2O2, cartridge PRO-7,
like new. $l4O. Receiver Pioneer 20W per
ch $l3O. 4-piece dinnertable S4O Call
371-2766 eve 12-8-3-4
For Sale 1950 Plymouth delux. Must see to
appreciate Completely original. Im Immaculate
maculate Immaculate condition $3,500. Phone
373-1071. Ext. 112, or J7B-0766 12-14-5-4
Men's 24" Ten Speed Bike. Good all-around
condition; graduating, must sell. Only $55.
Call 378-0522 after 5 p.m. 12-8-3-4
Bedroom and living room furniture-will sell
complete sets or in separate pieces. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent Condition. Coll Mitch 374-8915.
12-10-5-4
19 in. RALEIGH RAPIDE TEN SPEED. 3 mo
old. Great condition Call Lisa G. 392-7298
12-10-5-4* ************
IBM Selectric Typewriter just rebuilt with
cover, new element, 4 liftoff ribbons $650.
Call after 5 p m. 378-0863. 12-8-3-4
Pioneer CT-FSOO Cass, deck $70.00. Ken Kenwood
wood Kenwood KT 615 AM-FM Stereo tuner, was
S3OO new, SIBO.OO obo Peavy 30 watt guit.
amp $75 00 376-7109. 12-8-3-4
Sale: 1 pair jogger outdoor skates w/
helmet ond knee pods. Like new S6O. Also
plush brown carpet B'x7' sls. Colt Sterling
btwn noon and 4 pm weekdays 377-6399.
12-10-4-4
******
Complete living rm set
Includes sofa, chairs & tables. $250
negotiable. 371-7325 now. 12-14-6-4
Desk, dresser and waterbed. Furniture is
contemporary. Will sell all for $250.00. Call
Noel at 377-4973. 12-11-5-4
PUCH MAXI MOPED. Excellent condition, w/
citadel lock and moint. Manual $375. Call
378-5425 Jeff. 12-11-5-4

69 Dodge camper/van, paptop, bed. stove,
frig, sink, sunroof, 2 gas tank, need minor
work. MUST SELL! S7OO negotiable, coll Scott
373- 12-11-5-4
Triple dresser w/ mirror $l5O, dinette/4
chairs $65. Negotiable. Buy now or arrange
for end of semester. Phone 375-0780.
12-10-4-4
Must sell Sony SU-60 speakers Will take
best offer over $60.00. Call Tom, please, at
392-8545 12-9-3-4
DOLLAR RECORD SALE on Thur. 12-10-81
100's of LPs at only sl. Totally unrealistic,
but true. Watch ods for details. 12-9-3-4
Maple desk with six drawers $30.00 Maple
lamp table $15.00. Folding bed $35.00. Call
after 6pm 372-9701. 12-11 -4-4
* SCHWINN TEN SPEED Men's. Good
condition. Must sell S7O. Manuel 377-4434
or leave message. 12-9-2-4
BUDWEISER bar signs (2) pub style, rec rectangular,
tangular, rectangular, flourescent bulbs, revolving price
sets, ideal for lofts, 375-6696 after 7 pm.
12-11-4-4
Smith Corona electric typewriter SIOO.OO
Ph 392-7581 Ask for Laurie. 12-11-4-4
FREE PLANT w/ purchase dinette set, cpKs
bed w/ drawers; coffee & end tables;
dresser w/ mirror .recliner Nice but cheap
Price negotiable 377-2684 1 2-14-5-4
Garage sale Electric heater $32, man's
dresser SSO, woman's dresser $75, electric
blanket $2), sofa & chair $75, dinner set
$75. 109 NW 20th St. 12-14-5-4
Ford Falcon 64 Sedan classic. Four doors, air
cond, 4 new tires, new battery, radio $250.
109 NW 20th St. 12-14-5-4
Twin bed, dresser, dining room table,
chairs. Excllt condition. Best offer Call
374- 12-10-3-4
Washing machine $l5O. Color tv S3O. Amp
and guitar $375. Skates $25 Ph. 378-4390
12-9-2-4
Color tv 19' beautiful, clear picture.
Graduating, must sell. Steal for S2OO
377-5150 Ed 12-11-4-4
Make me an offer! 1 Simmons dbl bed bedperfect
perfect bedperfect cond. Mattress, boxspring, frame
sheets 1 Sharp reel to reel tape deck
cheap! 377-8283 12-11-4-4
Conair blw dryer $5.00, portable Smith Cor Corona
ona Corona typewriter $30.00, Tissot watch, gold
tone, water proof, automatic. Call
371-0720 12-10-3-4
Star-spangled candlestick designer phone.
Ideal for Christmas. Like new. $135 ot
phone center. Now $75. 475-1082.
12-14-5-4
ALTOS
1980 Fiat 2000 conv. Like new, less than
4000 miles, at. am/fm stereo, mag wheels,
met. paint. $7500.00. Call after 4:30.
373-9827 1 2-11-20-5
1974 VW Karmann Ghia, very good condi condition,
tion, condition, good gas mileage, am-fm, last of its
kind Priced just right. Call now 371-0720.
12-9-5-5
1979 Fiat Sped 5 speed, 2150 mi. New
blaupunkt, am/fm stereo cos., power
antenna, power windows, lug. rack S7OOO.
Call Jackie 371-1799. 12-9-5-5
1976 Alfa Romeo Alfetta GT white, 33,000
miles, a/c, am-fm, good condition $4500.
Call after 3p. m. tel 378-8905
1973 PLYM Duster outo trans
power steer/brakes, air, VB, good condit
S9OO or b/o. 374-8374 eves/wkends.
12-10-5-5
1974 VW Bug good condition and strong
engine with stereo.
Call Scott 373-3720
12-10-5-5
Christmas Special 81 Comoro Z2B ins. ex exec.
ec. exec. car Grey/stlver, T-top, all extras includ included
ed included $10,500 phone 904 324-3642. 12-11-5-5
1973 Opel Manta. Automatic, 2 door, sun sunroof,
roof, sunroof, a/c, great gas mileage Moving-must
sell SBOO or best offer. Call eves 373-2065
12-10-3-5
1977 Datsun F-10, 5 speed, am/fm cassette,
56000 mi., excellent condition, just tuned.
$2950 Call after 4:30. 377-4901, James.
12-10-3-5
76 Chev van VB, automatic, air, very
clean-interior paneling, carpet & insulation.
Never damaged, plenty extras $3000.00.
475-1082 1 2-14-5-5
SERVICES
HORSES come ride at Sleepy Hollow,
wooded trails-leasing & rentals. Instruction Instructionhuntseat
huntseat Instructionhuntseat & dressage Complete boarding
375- 466-3224 12-11-76-6
TYPING
IBM Mag Cord II-
Spiral binding-Xerox Copies-Editing
1219 W University Ave 378-9353
(One Block from Campus)
12-11-76-6
THE DISSERTATION DOCTOR
B A. English; M Ed
Typing & Editorial Services
Sue Kirkpatrick, 376-1781
12-11-53-6
Typing; Fast and accurate Reasonable
rates Expert proofreading. Papers, theses,
dissertations, resumes, etc. Rita 375-1486.
12-11-64-6
* A TYPING All kinds 372-7856** A
Spelling ckd, grammar, etc.
Nr Gville Moll -NW 17th St. 372-7856-Morge
******************
12-11-19-6
TYPING* EDITING
Recorded on mog cord-Updating without
retyping Grad School opproved Katherine
(9-5) 373-9622 after 5 376-3768 12-11-55 6

AUTO WINDOW TINTING. New Scratch
Resistant Film, Highest Qualify, Professional
Installation, 5 yr. warranty. SOLAR-X
375- 12-8-20-6
Typing-Word pro.-Typesetting
TWO BLOCKS FM. U of F
Work guaronteed-next day service
Copying-printing/375-3355, 375-8613.
12-11-30-6
Typing, Bookkeeping, and Notary Service.
Professional Quality. Over 8 years ex experience.
perience. experience. Call Dawn 373-3913 12-11-8-6
DAWN'S TYPING SERVICE
Quality Typing from SI/page
IBM Correcting Selectric II
Dawn Fernando 377-5419
12-11-20-6
STEREO MODS
Improve Your Sound 373-0256
Receiver, amp, pre-amp mod sls
speaker mod aver./pair SSO
High performance accessories
12-11-10-6
FAST, ACCURATE TYPING. MARY LOU
372- 12-11-16-6
Go Hogtownand leave the typing to us.
Hogtown Typing 375-8333. 12-11-12-6
TYPING VERY reasonable rates. Editing for
spelling, grammar Work guaranteed.
Delivery service for a charge. 373-2692.
12-11-2-6
EXPERT TYPING!
Dissertations, term papers, testimony, wills,
etc. Call 373-5868 anytime after 12 noon.
12-8-4-6
* * WAKE UP SERVICE *
Do you have trouble getting to class on
time? Like a nap before studying, dinner,
etc ? We can help for $5.00 a month Call
376 8386 12-9-5-6
Artist/typist; secretary w/ BA commercial
art + elec typewriter = typing and/ or ex expert
pert expert art; rate incl. del ser, 377-9821 pm.
12-9-4-6
Xmas special seasoned oak, hickory &
pme kindling available. Call 373-1071 ext
112. $5 00 off with this ad Satisfaction
guaranteed 12-11 -6-6
WANTED
377- for TOP Market CASH on Silver and
Gold items of all kinds. Yes! We buy class
rings of all types + sizes. 377-2344,
12-11-76-7
CASH for gold, sterling, diamonds, |ewelry,
class rings, coins. Will visit your home
anywhere. 376-5235 Mr Rittman.
12-11-67-7
CASH
or Trode for Gold, Silver, Old Jewelry,
Gems. Class rings, Dental Gold, call Ozzie
373- 12-11-20-7
WANTED 4 or 6 cylinder car. Can need
mechanical or body work and priced ac accordingly!
cordingly! accordingly! Prefer foreign needing work.
376- 12-11-13-7
Former faculty member seeks furnished
apt., condo for family 3 adults 2-3 weeks
Xmas holidays Call 376-4575 after 5
12-11-8-7
HELP WANTED
EARN EXTRA MONEY 2-3 hours a week ,n
your SPARE TIME. Earn $lO twice a week.
Donate Plasma. GAINESVILLE PLASMA
GORP (since 1969 ) 516 W. Univ. Ave.
378- Call for appointment. THIS AD
WORTH $2 EXTRA. For new donors $14.00
total. 12-11-32-8
OVERSEAS JOBS Summer/yeor round.
Europe. SAmer., Australia. Asia. All fields.
SSOO-$! 200 monthly. Sightseeing. Free info
Write IJC Box 52-FL6, Corona Del Mar, CA
92625 12-11-20-8
Holiday money for typists, secretaries and
keypunch operators. Work days, weeks,
months. No fee or contract. Get paid every
Friday of week you work. Call now! 1902 W.
Kennedy Blvd. Tamps 251-1853. 8800 49th
St North, Pinellas Pk. 544-8851 1221 N
Mills, Orlando 896-2661. Olsten Temporary
Services 12-11-14-8
Childcare for three children after school
and evenings. Car required. 377-0700 after
2 p.m. 371-1722 after 7 p.m 12-8-5-8
The YMCA needs qualified youth basketball
coaches for winter semester Work 2 after afternoons
noons afternoons + Sat. morn. Call 376-7172 for appt.
12-8-5-8
Part-time (20 hours a week) experienced
bookkeeper Phone Florida Book Store,
376-6066. ask for Mane. 12-9-5-8
Need immediately typist & general clerical
part-time, hours to suit. Minimum of 60
wpm Must have own transportation. Call
374- anytime day. evening, or
weekends 12-9-4-8
STATISTICAN to put data from cards to discs.
Very knowledgeable in manipulation of
discs, use of SAS, multiple regression
analysis, interpretation and writing of
results 392-3531.376-6652 12-14-6-8
WANTED: Staff for Day Camp in West Palm
Beach: group counselors and specialists.
Send application to Harreen Bertisch JCC,
2415 Okechobee Blvd, WPB 33409 Call
689-7700 if in area during winter break.
12-9-3-8
SERVICES
WEDDING INVITATIONS on* weak delivery.
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UF freshmen perform like veterans
at first- ever Florida Four Tournament

By Sill Ward
Alligotor Stoff Writer
TAMPA A loud chorus of boos showered the UF basket basketball
ball basketball team when it first took the court to battle the University
of South Florida Friday night in the Florida Four Tourna Tournament.
ment. Tournament.
It was the first time this season the Gators had been away
from the familiar surroundings of the OConnell Center. It
also marked the first test of Gator head coach Norm Sloans
baby Gators six freshmen in tournament play.
But in the end, it was the experienced USF Bulls that
claimed possession erf the tourneys gaudy trophy, while the
'There's a lot to be said for experience but
there's a good feeling knowing I can play
this many freshmen and get them to play like
second- and third-year veterans.
Coach Norm Sloan
Gators earned a win and a loss and an overall third-place
showing. Even though the Gators suffered a bitter 58-56 loss
at the hands of the taller and more experienced Bulls, Sloan
and his team still benefited from the experience. Sloan walk walked
ed walked out of USFs economized version of the OConnell Center,
called the Sun Dome, knowng that his freshmen had passed
this season's biggest test.
Yes, I was unsure about how they (freshmen) would per perform
form perform in a tournament, Sloan said, but theres no question
now as to how they performed.
Rob Harden, Rodney Williams, Eugene McDowell, Ran Randall
dall Randall Leath, Tony Rogers and Nabe Palmer all went through
the-advanced aging process of tournament play as freshmen
this weekend. Twenty minutes of the Florida Four Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament seemed to equal two or three regular season games in
experience.
In the first half of Friday nights contest with USF, the
Gators played like their age nine freshmen and three
sophomores.
With USF dominating the boards in the first half (28-13),
the Bulls claimed a 30-22 lead at intermission. And with
sophomore Ronnie Williams toting three fouls, along with
two apiece for Mike Moses and Vernon Delaney, the Gators
hopes in the second half seemed bleak.
It was time for Sloans freshmen to play to their abilities or
get blown out and embarassed by USF.
The Bulls promptly stretched their lead to 14 points to
begin the second half, but UF never gave up.

High prices keep fans away from tournament

Its not that basketball fans are strange, really, they just
get hot sometimes. As if theyre burning up with some deadly
fever, fans cram into places like Kentuckys Rupp Arena and
U.C.LA.s Pauley Pavitlion to unleash their emotions
around a 94-feet by 50-feet playing surface that hums with
tautness and intensity.
In Florida, however, basketball is suffering from a severe
identity crisis. The fever hasnt quite caught on here, maybe
because hoop basically is an urban kids way out. The surfer
kids dont seem to relate to pavement and sweat.
The Florida Four Tournament came alive last weekend in
deborah witt
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Tampa in a push by four Florida basketball coaches to put
an end to the Sunshine State basketball blahs.
UFs Norm Sloan, South Floridas Lee Rose, Florida
States Joe Williams and Jacksonville Universitys Bob
Wenzel wanted the excitement of a tournament to pull in the
fans.
Get them hooked on the game, and theyve got the fever
forever, was the main idea.
Only somebody goofed, because somewhere in the shuffle
it was forgotten that college basketball programs basically
are student-supported. Tickets were sold at what Rose called
Cadillac prices, ) 10, $ 13, and sls for each night; S2O,
sporfs brief*
Intramural finals are set
As the semester turns toward its home stretch
culminating with a week of final exams three separate in intramural
tramural intramural leagues will wind up their activities with cham championship
pionship championship games during the next two days.
The Mens Independent Basketball League ends four weeks
of competition with a Wednesday night contest at the
OConnell Center. The league is the largest of its kind par participating
ticipating participating in the intramurals basketball program. The match
begins at 6:30 p.m. with the blue fraternity basketball final
following at 8 p.m.
, The sorority flag football league plays its championship
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I think it says a lot about our freshmen for not giving up
out there after being down by 14, Williams said. There
was less than eight minutes left and they fought like
veterans.
The Gators full-court pressure finally wore out the Bulls
and UF slowly crept back into the game.
But adversity came into play again as the Gators trio of
sophomores began fouling out in succession. Finally, with
nine seconds remaining, Williams bowed out, leaving the
game s outcome on the shoulders of the freshmen. And the
youngsters, trailing by two at that point, almost pulled off a
win.
With six seconds left, McDowell stood at the foul line with
a one-and-one opportunity and a chance to tie the contest if
he sank both shots. But his first shot sailed long, dashing any
hopes of a UF win.
Even though there was only a few seconds left, I think it
would ve made a big difference if just one of us (sophomores)
was in there, Williams said. But I didn't even realize there
was five freshmen out there at that point.
UF was fired up enough to take care of Jacksonville
University Saturday night, 84-73, in a consolation game
which must be considered another achievement by the
young Gators. Had UF not cared about something so dread dreaded
ed dreaded as a consolation game, it could easily have left the
tourney 0-2.
'There was less than eight minutes left and
they (freshmen) fought like veteransl'
Gators' Ronnie Williams
When it all was over, the freshmen had aged. Even though
most had played in all-star games at a high school level,
none had been in the type of atmosphere that surrounded the
Florida Four Tournament.
I was a little nervous coming in here," Harden said, It
was like NCAA atmosphere when we walked on the court
and got booed at by so many people.
Sloan also felt his freshmen had done better than he ex expected.
pected. expected.
I was very pleased with their performance. To come back
after we lost to USF and beat a good team like Jacksonville
says a lot for these guys, Sloan said. Theres a lot to be said
for experience, but theres a good feeling knowing I can play
this many freshmen and get them to play like second-and
third-year veterans.

$26 and S3O for a weekend tournament pass.
Students, who typically are low on cash about this time of
year, were given absolutely no break. Ten bucks is a lot of
money to hand over when someones just checking the game
out. Maybe the student liked it and maybe he didnt. The
point is, a prospective fan shouldnt leave the arena after the
first night of a tournament thinking hes been ripped off.
He should leave the arena barely able to wait to get back
the following evening and $lO per night for the cheap
seats makes that practically impossible for the average col college
lege college kid.
According to USF Athletic Director Dr. Richard Bowers,
two days before the tournament began, UF had sold 500
tickets, JU had sold 200 tickets and FSU had sold a measley
150 tickets. The USF Sun Domes final attendance figures
arent in for Saturday night,but Friday 6,621 people showed
up, with an estimated 6,700 on the final night of the tourney.
This in a building which seats more than 10,000 people.
It doesnt matter whos to blame for the ridiculous prices.
The first Florida Four Tournament is history. Next year,
though, UF gets to run the show in the OConnell Center.
We wont make the same mistake, Sloan said about the
prices.
UF Assistant Athletic Director Jeremy Foley went a step
further.
Im going to recommend that the whole thing be scaled
down not just for students, Foley said.
Sloan and Foley should keep that stand a year from now.
It would be a shame if in 1982, students cant afford the
fever.
UF bowling team takes third
in Southeastern Conference
The UF mens and womens bowling teams have been
established. Andy Herbert (captain), John Bioniotis, Steve
Elkins (co-captain), Randy Bast, Pete Schlang, Mike Paiva,
David Noden, Ignacio Iggy Perez and Bill Robinson make
up the mens team. Their manager and coach is Terry Fox.
Making up the womens team are: Lisa Smith and Diana
Meszaros (co-captains), Rosemary Prince, Linda Cox, Beth
Gelfand, Lisa Feldman and Leslie Davis. The coach for the
womens team is Carl Stockton.
The mens team already has bowled in a home match, win winning
ning winning it against Florida A & M. Then it was invited to the Ray
Seidl tournament in Savannah, where it placed thirdout of 10
Southeastern college teams. John Rioniotis was the high
bowler for UF averaging a 208, and winning all events with
the highest series overall.
The. womens team will make its first appearance jn
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By Jay Gayoso
Alligator Staff Writer
1 here periodically have been messages on my desk all
semester about different amateur car racing events.
Alligator photographer Bub Self really wanted to try his luck
in a race.
"We can mount a camera in the car, and you can ride
along lor the story, Sell said with a strange, ghoulish smile.
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still gives me sharp stomach pains. Everything was a blur
around me and I was sure he had yet to discover the use of a
brake.
Maybe we wouldnt do the story, on second thought.
But late last week I was cornered. The UF sports car club
had planned an autocross in the commuter parking lot.
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they were stock (like it came out of the factory) or modified
(any changes made on the car by the owner).
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Just take shots when 1 make right turns, he said. The ex experience
perience experience was over in just more than a minute. I sat in his car
silently clutching at the camera. My body was stiff from be being
ing being yanked from side to side through the cones.
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a.1i Pvb7,shen 7 tuyedpusaCommuniyc, eomesr io18Goin1meNd U y volume 75, no. 75No fitly soitdwtthUnvrtyfFo'o tuesday, december 8, 1981 Mills denies conflict in legis By Heidi Smith avoid even the appearance of a Alligator Staff Writer "I thought being a director university and being a legislate Jon Mills wears a lot of hats. tion," Mills said. "(As a consul He's a practicing lawyer whose clients include Shands the center) and raise money in t Teaching Hospital. He's a part-time consultant for UF's The Florida Constitution for Center for Governmental Responsibility. He's also a state sonaly representing another pe legislator -one of the 160 men and women who decide sation during term of office beft every year how much money UF, its law school and than judicial tribunals." Mills Shands will have to spend. tivities violate no state laws. Although Mills receives $22,501 lrom the UF College At Mills' request,the stateE of Law for his consulting work -ans sits as a member of this year investigated the ethics the House Appropriations Committee at the same time -Legislature while working as he denies there is any conflict of interest in holding both Shands. As a member of the H( jobs. mittee, Mills voted on a pro The former director of the Center for Governmental million for the reimbursement o Responsibility, Mills said his consulting work does not He also served on a conference violate any state laws. The second-term state represenfinishing touches on the state tative said he resigned the directorship in February to spending plan was a $14.8 mi Plaza evangelists ignore hec By Roxana Kopetman Alligator Staff Writer The balloons were missing, but a carnival-like atmosphere prevailed. It wasn't a pep rally -though the crowd took up a somewhat altered version of the "Orange'Blue" cheer, with one side screaming "Oral" and the other answering "Anal." And though the audience was a major part of the show, it wasn't the Rocky Horror Picture Show. It was the Cindy Lasseter Show. Lasseter -who says "the Holy Spirit" drew students to her proselytizing on the Plaza of the Americas each day last week and Monday -preaches the Liird's Word to college students nationwide, always fending off their jeers and continuing with her mission. "I started disco dancing in high school," she told the crowd Monday afternoon. "I read this in your pamphlet, Cindy." one student yelled out. "Soon I could not wait until Friday night, so I wentdancing Thursdays,"she continued ignoring the comments. "Fate worse than death," another student yelled out. "I even started dancing inside Sears. "Is this supposed to scare us?" one perplexed student asked another. One day, Lasseter told the crowd, she heard Jed Smock preaching at the Plaza. "And you were so moved, you had your first orgasm, "a heckler contributed. "Where did you first see the Lord?" someone asked from the crowd. "I'll get to that part," Cindy responded. God touched Cindy Lasseter's heart in the parking lot of the Krystal Restaurant, across University Avenue from Matherly Hall, The forceful "I tasted God -spiritually I mean," the Lance Shuge former UF student told a reporter. Smock, boto It was three years ago Friday that Lasseter -a professed "disco queen" turned preacher -prayed, repented and "accepted her leaflet -"The Cindy Lasseter Story Jesus right there in the parking lot." from Disco Queen to Gospel Preacher" "I knew God was real because of Jed that she asked the preacher out to dinner. Smock, "she said. "He told me to go home and put on modest Before the parking lot incident with clothes," Evangelist George "Jed" Smock and two "Was he good?' other preachers, Smock took Lasseter to dinner one night at Morrison's Restaurant in the "So I ran to my dorm -that hotbed offorOaks Mall. nicatin over there." "That's where Jed likes to go because he 'Ooooohhhhh. likes vegetables," Lasseter said with a giggle. The 23-year-old Georgia native explains in "That night, he asked me to go to a revival 'Laura': a flawed, but local whodunit -review, page 10 UNF search spurs racial bias charges -page 6 No It. th ,b er fo Is Et of pC b independent floridammmm in.1 MMMMMMM III lative, UF consultant jobs onflict. for a patient services building under construction. stan organization at the Mills said he did not personally lobby for either pror was too close a connecposal. The Ethics Commission ruled that as long as Mills ant) I can give advice (to did not represent Shands to a state agency, there was no ie private sector." legal conflict of interest. ids legislators from "perMills' duties as a consultant for the Center of Governre any state agency their mental Responsibility include special projects, research said his fundraising acand fund raising, said W.D. Woodson, acting director of the center. thics Commission earlier The center provides legal research assistance to the UF of his serving in the state law school and to state government officials. Mills was a corporate attorney for the center's founding director when he graduated from use-Appropriations Com the UF law school in 1972. He has stayed on as a partusal to give Shands $8 time "senior adviser." indigent patient care. e committee that put the See'Mills'Jobs' budget. Included in that pgetwo ion allocation to Shands klers to spread God's word photos by nalah feanny delivery of evangelist Cindy Lasseter, left, drove 'man to mimicry, top, while fellow preacher Jed n, found Jim Duggins to be a persistent shadow. with him." of impression he would make if he didn't "In his room, right?" dress well. then a staff writer for The Alligator, I'Tm representing God's kingdom, By tthereforeI want to look my best. Lasseer wanted to find out more about Ssor aned ho he realyoutose They live mainly by donations, explainSmock and "how he really bought those ed Lasseter, who turned away from three-piece suits and that new Chrysler Cor"demonic disco music," left UF -"a doba," she writes in the pamphlet. stronghold of the devil -and joined Why do you dreem so well and how can evangelist Smock on a tour of campuses you afford It, asked a handful of students around the country. gathered around Smock Friday afterS. 'Paza Preachers' noon. He responded by asking what sort page eleven Autocross comes to commuter lot -page 16 c w >rr

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2. alligator, tuesday, december 8, 1981 Mills' Jobs continued from poge one Although Mills is not often at his desk in the center, >Wdson said the legislator "does a lut of wiirk fur us." Mills would "never put himself in the position of a conflict of interest," Woodson said. Mills said he could not estimate how many hours he puts in for the center. He said his current duties are "hard to quantify." Since he assumed the post, Mills has written an article on ombudsmen and attended a five-day conference on international law reform and civil rights in Warsaw, Poland. Mills said he receives his pay on a percentage basis, which means he receives checks during the legislative session when he .is not working at the center. But are Mill's services worth $22,501 a year? UF administrators familiar with his work said yes. "To me, he's worth a heckuva lot more than he's getting," said UF Law School Dean Tom Read. "I've been worried for some time that we are underfunding his contribution." Although he conceded Mills' dual service gives the appearance of a conflict of interest, Read said that if he had to hire a lawyer that understood UF, knew state government, had vision for the problems Florida will face in 4********* FREE DRINKS,, REP. JON MILLS ...continues consulting work for UF's Center for Governmental Responsibility the future and was at his "beck and call," he would probably have to pay "five or six times" what Mills is getting. "I was totally satisfied with his work during my tenure as dean," said former law dean Joseph Julin, who was dean when Mills was still director of the center. Julin also said he noticed no conflict of interest in Mills being director and legislator. Although the center bids for research projects from the state, Associate Law School Dean Roy Hunt said he didn't consider Mills' dual role as legislator and center employee a conflict of interest. When the center won bids, it was because the proposals it submitted were the best proposals, Hunt said. "I doubt if anyone in the Legislature knows I'm connected with the center," Mills said. Thieves take Christmas tree The Christmas season is here and it may be out to some of the other landscaping around time to start locking up your trees. the building. Thieves struck at the Doyle Connor "They not only took the tree, but they saw-, building on Southwest 34th Street over the ed in half a beautiful holly tree and just left weekend, and hauled away a large red cedar it," Ort said. tree. Ort suspected the tree was taken for soThe theft was reported by groundskeeper meone's Christmas display, so employees at Chuck Ort Monday morning. Ort said the the Agriculture and Consumer Services $200 tree was 18 feet tall and approximately building went out to look at some of the 10 inches in diameter. fraternity houses. The employees didn't find "This tree, big as it was, couldn't have fit anything, but Ort said they're still looking. in a pickup truck," Ort said. "It had to be "We'd be interested in finding whoever hauled off by several people with a heavy took our tree," Ort said. "I'd like to see truck." somebody with a conscience replace what The mysterious woodmen also branched has been taken." Mailing tips help to avoid rush By Melanie Carter address in case something should happen to Alligotor Writer the carton" are a few very important steps to take to ensure the safety of a package. The usual Christmas rush won't be as hectic if one follows the advice given by the The Postal Service also offers tips such as United States Postal Service and mails holi.using cushioning inside the box to prevent day cards and packages as soon as possible. possible breakage and not wrapping or using Late arriving mail "hasn't been as much of twine on the carton, but simply writing the a problem during recent years" said address directly on the outside of the box. Gainesville Postmaster H.B. Schroeter, but More information on mailing both within using "sturdy cartons sealed with good, the country and overseas can be obtained by strong filament tape and placing a piece of contacting the post office from 8:30 a.m. to 5 paper inside with the recipient's name and p.m., Monday through Friday. Motorcycle stolen at Burger King Richard Little had to find another way to ing the bike in the parking lot at approxget home Monday morning after someone imately 7:30 p.m., he came out at midnight stole the motorcycle he rode to work. and found the bike gone. Little borrowed his brother's Kawasaki Sheriff's Deputy Barry Corbett said the 250 motorcycle to get to work at the Archer bike, worth approximately $800, was Road Burger King Sunday night. After leavunlocked at the time it was taken. Weather Today's forecast: partly clomdy throiigh Highs in the mid 60s (19-20C). Lows in the Wednesday, turning cooler lat( tonight. low30s(--IC). For The Ladies 12 Tuesday & Wednesday 8-10 Friday & Saturday For The Men e0 1/2 price-S to 10 Fri. & Sat. Playing This Week Jet Eye 4560 NW 13th St. there's money in sYour old textboos. bu in9 bock starting Dec 11. A student I D must be presented., ECampus Shop 55& Bookstore 392-0194 .Monday -Frid&7 * * * * * *

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alligator, tuesday, dqcembera I Gun owners 2 guns a day stolen locally By Tom Butler Alligator Staff Writer Although increasing numbers of Americans are buying guns to defend themselves from crime, increasing numbers of those guns are quickly falling into' criminal hands. Since the beginning of October, burglars in Alachua County have been stealing guns at a rate of more than two a day. Law enforcement officials say more than 130 guns have been taken since Oct. 1. The stolen guns listed in the records of the Gainesville Police Department and the Alachua County Sheriff's Office are stolen from a variety of places. Police say thieves hit a home, car or business at least once a week and often make a rich sweep on holiday weekends, when they can count on a large number of vacant homes. The gunsvthat have been stolen during October and November cover a wide range of calibers, lengths, cost, power and sophistication. At the bottom of the list, are compact handguns -.25-caliber automatic pistols and .22-caliberDerringers taken in burglaries or thefts from a car. Others are more formidable. They include at least 14 .38 special revolvers, a U.S. government .45 automatic, and two .44 Magnum revolvers. Twenty-five 12-gauge shotguns, 38 rifles ranging in size from .22-caliber to .3840 caliber and one over-and-under combination rifle and shotgun also are on the list. One reason gun thefts are on the upswing is the ease in which they are carried away, sheriff's officer Carol Walker said. She said stolen guns can be listed in a national computer, but law officers still have to wait for them to turn up. Guns are not only easy to carry off -according to sheriff's office records they're just as profitable as stereos or cameras. Burglars raided Donald Wright's Hawthorne home several weeks ago, and carried off four shotguns, two rifles and a telescopic sight worth a total of $1,685. One of the stolen guns was a Winchester 12-gauge shotgun worth $600. And when Charles Randall of Archer left his car for 15 minutes, it was just long enough for someone to take a Diamondbacknodel .38 Special Colt "evolver worth $400. Guns carried in cars, whether under the seat or in an "Easy Rider" rifle back, are a steady source of stolen guns, according to Gainesville Police Lt. Don Dean. "If you hang a rifle or shotgun in the back of a truck, you're just asking someone to break in and take it." Dean said. "I would never take anything that I prize highly and hang it up in plain sight because you just encourage people to commit a crime." The stolen guns usually vanish into a black market that exists beyond federal firearms forms, officers say. "Quite frankly, they're sold," sheriff's office Sgt. Jim Barbour said. "Generally right here in town, generally on the street." "There's a market," Sgt. John Nobles said. "I could steal a gun and not know anybody in this town and walk down the street and say, 'Let me sell you a handgun."' "Stolen guns don't go to gunships," pawnshop owner E.C. Stanaland agreed. "There's too much demand on the street. People just buy them no questions asked.". The item that steers stolen guns away from gunshops is what sporting goods store owner Bob Sey calls a "4473," -the form the Department ouf the Treasury's Bureau if Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms requires fur all sales. "The Department of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms comes by at least once a year," Sey said. "They g over our records with a finetooth comb. If I have any doubts at all, I won't buy a gun," adding he would rather pass up a deal than get a stolen gun. The 4473 form, divided into halves to be completed by the buyer and seller, records the seller's identification, the serial number on the gun, and identification and personal history of the buyer. Sey said the regulations, combined with Alachua County's three-day waiting period for handgun sales, have cost him some business to gun dealers in other counties who only have to worry about the federal regulations. But he said the form has established a fast track record for tracing guns used in crimes. The gun thieves have given Gainesville gun owners something in common with Gainesville bicycle owners -a demand for cable locks. Sey said gun owners can buy the locks and run the cables through the trigger guards to lock the rifles or shotguns to a rack. Another method is to pack the firearms into a trunk-like strongbox. But Sey said even this may not stop a burglar -he'll simply carry the whole thing away. -I .pon Te.nr Free Bird Claudia Pieper, a Minnesota native, demonstrates a mechanical bird modeled after a Leonardo do Vinci design in front of the Reitz Union. Official denies Stokes' appeal By Frank LoMonte Alligator Staff Writer UF Student Conduct Officer Mike Rollo decided Monday to uphold a Student Conduct Board sentence that may boot Student Senate President Pro-tempore Monty Stokes out of office. "We agreed that I wouldn't comment on it," Rollo said after telling Stokes his verdict. Stokes said he now plans to take his case to Student Services Dean James Scott. Nov. 24, the conduct board -a student judicial body that handles conduct offences occuring in residence halls -sentenced Stokes to conduct probation until the end of spring semester for threatening two residents of Yulee-Mallory area housing. Yulee-Mallory residents Bill Arvan and David Williams charged that Stokes verbally abused and threatened both of them after they squabbled with Stokes over housing area government policies. Stokes appealed the decision to Rollo Dec. 2. He said he was innocent of charges of intimidation although he admitted to using foul language when speaking to Arvan and Williams. Williams told the conduct board Stokes called him a homosexual, threatened to vandalize his car alnd said "any girl who would be seen with you must be a whore." In his appeal to Rollo, Stokes said he stressed the possibility of bias among several members of the conduct board. One member hpd lived, in the YuleeMalloryarea for several months while Stokes was president of the Yulee-Mallory Area Council, Stokes said. Another conduct board member had come before the senate replacements and agenda committee -which Stokes heads -to be considered for a replacement senate seat and was turned down by the committee, Stokes said. Stokes said both of those members may have held personal grudges against him and made the sentence harsher. Rollo upheld the conduct probation sentence, which means Stokes may have to resign his senate position as well as his office as dorm area president. But Stokes is not ready to hand in his resignation yet. Shortly after learning of Rollo's decision Monday afternoon, Stokes said he plans to go to Student Services Dean Scott Wednesday for another appeal. If Scott refuses to reduce the sanction, Stokes can still go to Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen for a final appeal. r---------------------------------1/2 Chicken Bar-B-Que Plate includes French Fries, Slow, Garlic Bread & Drink Only $2.75 3720 Archer Rd. I OffrGood Valuable Coupon 373-4109 I Mon.12/7-Wed.12/9 ianesville I -------------------.-------J THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM 1982/83 PROGRAMS FOR AMERICAN STUDENTS LiONE YEAR PROGRAM-for t GRADUATE college sophomores and STUDIES-Master's. juniors. 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4, alligator, tuesdla, december 8, 1981 New UF Interdisciplinary For Health Policy Resear4 State policy maker, university leaders tion by more than 40 faculty and adminisand health planners at many levels will be tratorsafromethelUniversity, Shand Hopiable to use the resources of the new intertal and the Veterans Administration disciplinary Center for Health Policy Medical Center. Research. Recently approved by the Board of "The center will serve as a coordinating Regents, the center is being developed as a body for research intosuch relevant issues crosacampus endeavor, with participaas supply and requirements for health 5 Named Outstanding Grads Dec. 19 Commencement Five graduating seniors will receive Alumni Association hnora as outstanding graduates in the winter ameaer class at Commencement ceremonies at 10 a.m. Saturday, December 19 in the O'Connell Center. Jill Aversa, a finance major from Plan. tation, will receive the Female Ladership Award. She has served on the Student Government On-Campu Housing and Food Advisory Conmmitteea and as Towers SANCHEZ AVERSA Area Government treasurer. In the College of Business Administration, she served as publicity chairman and newsletter co-chairman for the College's Council, and was a member of Delta Sigma Pi professional sanity and i Amehcan Marketing Association. Ji n also holds membership in Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Mortar Board, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma and Alpha Mu Alpha honoraries. In recognition of her KENNEDY RAW achievements, she has received the Outstanding Business Student Award, Out. standing Woman Loadership Award and the President's Recognition Award twice. Jill has accepted a position with IBM in Jacksonville. The Male Loadership Award will go to Gerald Sanchez, a history major from Hollywood. Sanchez served as the Student Regent on the Florida Board of Regents EICHMAN this past year and was included in the UF Student Hall of Fame. A member of Merit Scholarship recipient and was Florida Blue Key, Savant UF and Omicron awarded the Zoology Research ScholarDelta Kappa, he also served two terms as ship for National Merit students. She is a student senator. For the College of Liberal member of Phi Eta Sigma and Phi Kappa Arts and Sciences Student Council, he Phi honoraries. She has been active in served on the Academic and Constitutional science, serving as a SAMSON volunteer Committees, as representative at-large at Shands Teaching Hospital, working for and as History Department representaa genetics professor and as a biology tutor tive. In the area of scholastic achievefor the Teaching Center. Vicky will begin ment, Sanchez has received the Bill Flemher post-baccalaureate work in the spring, ing Memorial Award, Rotary Fellowship working on a second Bachelor of Science from Cambridge University, Hume Area degree in environmental engineering. Academic Award and is a member in Phi Deborah Kennedy, who received an A.A. Eta Sigma honorary. He plans to continue degree from Manatee Junior College, will his education at Cambridge University be presented the Outstanding Two-Year Law School. Scholar Award. She has maintained a 4.0 Outstanding Four-Year Scholar Awards grade point average in the College of will go to Beverly Eichman, an industrial Health Related Professions as an occupaengineering major from Jacksonville, and tional therapy major. In recognition of her Victoria Rambo, a zoology major from St. academic achievements, she is a member Petersburg. Both have maintained a 3.95 of Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Theta Kappa grade point average during their years at honoraries, Golden Key National Honor the University. Beverly is a member of Society and is on the International Youth Tau Beta Pi and Alpha Pi Mu Industrial in Achievement List. Debbie is also a Engineering honoraries. She received the member of the American Occupational Industrial Engineering Senior Scholar Therapy Association, Student OccupaAward and is a member of the American tonal Therapy Association, Mental Health Institute of Industrial Engineers and the Association of Alachua and Disabled Society of Women Engineers. While workAmerican Veterans Auxilary. She plans a ing toward her masters degree in business career in occupational therapy and, later, administration, Beverly plans to pursue a to attend graduate school for a master's career in industry. Vicky is a National degree in occupational therapy. Fee Changes for Spring Are Given Currently enrolled UF students and those who appliedto attendspring semester should have received in the mailltheir fee payments cards and information for next term. Those who have not received the cards and information should contact the Registrar's Office, 33 Tigert Hall. Fees for spring semester will be higher than for fall, and are indicated below: PER CREDIT HOUR FEE ASSESSMENT COURSE NO. FLORIDA RESIDENT NON-FLORIDA 0 -2999 $25 $66 3000 -4999 $28 $91 5000 -9999 $38 $110 6971 & 7980 $41 $113 (Thesis & Dissertation) PER SEMESTER ASSESSMENT MEDICAL/DENTAI/ VETERINARY $783 $1,819 The deadline for students to make arrangements for deferments or to pay fees is Thursday, January 14. Students who fail to pay fees by that date will be assessed a $25 late charge. Th University of'Florid aisan E Fgal Empepyp ERN manpower in Florida, the effectiveness and costs of variousapproaches to therapy for disease, and the effectiveness and costs of programs aimed at preventing ilneaM and disability," said Dr. Kenneth Finger, Acting Vice-President for Health Affairs. In other instances, he said researchers with the center may assess the health status of certain population groups and identify needs .The results of various research studies and data analyses may be tapped by state legislators, health planning agencies, state health service agencies such as the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, and by faculty and staff within theunverstyaystem. ChancellorBarbara Newell has expressed interest in having the center work with her staff in providing information Appointed director of the center is Dr. Kerry E.Kilpatrick, director of the Health Systems Research Division at UP's Health Center, who also holds appointments as a professor of community healthnand family medicine, and industrial and systems engineering. Participating in planning for the Center were representatives of the Health Center's six colleges and the UF-affiliated Shands Hospital, as well as the nearby VA Medical Center. Faculty from the Colleges of Law, Business Administration, Liberal Arts and Sciences and Engineering also have taken part in planning and indicate interest in continuing involvement with the center. Fall Semester Decals Expire On Jan. 1. Students, faculty or staff members who purchased a fallsemester parking decal in August may wish to purchase their spring semester decal before leaving UF for the break period. The fall semester decals expire January 1. Vehicles with expired decals will not be permitted to drive on campus when spring semester classes begin January 7. Spring semester decals may be purchased weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. in the Office of Traffic and Parking, 108 Johnson Hall. Cost of semester decals is as follows: Official Business (all-area), $20; Restricted Area, $16; and Commuter (students), $8. Spring semester decals expire in May. 700 Employees Must Send Insurance Form Approximately 700 faculty and staff employees who were enrolled in the Amer. ican Bankers Life insurance policy have not returned a form requested when the $2,500 policy was shifted to the Fidelity and Guaranty Life Insurance Co. About 1,800 employees subscribe to the payroll deduction benefit. Failure to have the form in their files could mean the rightful beneficiaries would face possible difficulty upon an employee's death. All subscribers were notified August 5 of the Sept. 1 change and were asked to complete a new application form. The policy was continued even if the employee did not return the form. A completed form should be returned to the insurance office of the personnel divi, sion, 206 HUB. Additional forms are avail-' able atthe receptionist's desk of the fringe benefits office on the second floor of the HUB Graduating Student Questionnaires Due Graduating seniors should turn in their "Graduating Student Questionnaire" to the Career Resource Center in G-1 Reitz Union before leaving the university. Information garnered from the survey each term assists the Center in advising future graduate and in helping current graduates with job placement. Fall semester graduates who did not receive a questionnaire can pick one up at the Center weekdays between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m students, $4 for public, with tickets available weekdays at Constans Box office. FRIAY NUCLEAR SCIENCES lecture by Bill Louthert, supervisor of technical training at Pennsylvania Power and Light, on "Boiling Water Reactor C tntni "t Designs," at 3:30 p.m. in Room 227 Nuclear Sciences Center. HANDEL'S MBESMAHperformedbythe University Choir, under direction of Dr. John Grigsby, at 8:15 p.m. in nIverity Auditorium. Free cemert spniored by UF Danarim-t of Muale EtOpporWnlty/AffrnatveActo Employer.U Center ch Formed vI f I produced by tha DiWloalf IfohIrmatonI end Pubicafl SnrVICMWUpadPfor t usual ~d6MrtI igrtsto mornonlosct official notlcaa Important infnadtln to students, faculty & staff at the Unoserfty of Florida. New Health VP Dr. David R. Chalomer will become UF'. vice-president for health affairs July 1, 162. He is presently dean d medicine and medical director of the teaching loapltal at St. Louls Universty. TODAY ZOOLOGY LECTURE with Dr. Theodore Sargent of the University of Massachusetts discussing "Behavioral Adaptations of Cryptic Moths," at 4 p.m. in 211 Barram Hal. UF SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA concert, under direction of Dr. Suzette Battan, at 8:15 p.m. in University Auditorium. Free performance by 75member orchestra will include selections by Ravel, Bizet and Schumann. WEDNESDAY CENTER FOR WETLANDS seminar with David Robertson of Florida Institute of Phosphate Research in Bartow dilcussing "Effects of ClearCut Forestry on Lotic Invertebrate Communties In Central Appalachian Mountains" at 12:20 p.m. in Phelps Lab. THURSDAY ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING talk by Dr. Daniel Okun of the University of North Carolina on "Water Supply Around the World," at 1:25 p.m. in Room 303 Aerospace Building. AFRICAN CHRISTMAS Celebration, known as "Kwanza," at 7:30 p.m. at Institute of Black Culture, 1510 W. University Ave. IBC Director Bill Simmons will explain history and function of the Kwanza. THURSDAY-FRIDAY CHRISTMAS CRAFT SALE at Reitz Union, 10 a.m. to 9p.m. in second floor ballroom and gallery area. Sponsored by Reitz Union, features handmade ornaments, jewelry, toya, other gifts. THURSDAY-SATURDAY UF DANCE COMPANY performances of modem dance concert. "Momentuma," at 8:15 p.m. nightly for three night at Conatana Theatre.-Admisaon free to UF

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alligator, tuesday, december 8, 1981, 5 united press International Killer gets stay of execution FORT LAUDERDALE -The 1 1th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling late Monday while a lower court hearing was still in progress -stayed the execution of Alvin Bernard Ford, who was scheduled to die Tuesday morning for the murder of a policeman. Ford, 28, of Gainesville, would have died in Florida's electric chair at 7 a.m. EST Tuesday. While a hearing in Fort Lauderdale before District Judge Norman Roettger dragged on late Monday, three judges of the appeals court in Atlanta apparently decided not to wait until late in the evening to issue the stay that would have been virtually automatic if Roettger had turned down the appeal. Art Collector Gallery Holiday Cheer t, Prints Posters Hand-Blown Glass Paintings by Distinguished Artists SCrafts by Florida K**Artisans Priced from $10 Art Collector Gallery 0-: 3 02W. UNIVIRSITY AVE 377-4211 ***** 25% OFF* Sale Ends Dec. 12th The Exciting Place to Shop for Shoes 1029 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. 10-6 MON.-SAT. Libyan jetliner hijacked BEIRUT, Lebanon -Three Arabic-speaking have run out. They said the hijackers spoke with gunmen hijacked a Libyan jetliner over Italy Monday Lebanese accents. with 42 people aboard and ordered it to Beirut where Control tower sources in Cyprus said there were 42 the plane landed only minutes before its fuel ran out. passengers and crew aboard the jet, which had been The hijackers who commandeered the Zurich to en route from Zurich to Tripoli when it was hijacked. Tripoli flight of Libyan Air had threatened to blow up Lebanesies suggested at first the the Boeing 737 unless the plane was allowed to land in hia ese Airport authority idagg s e t e the Lebanese Capital. hijackers fly to Damascus but the idea was rejected Authorities immediately sealed off the airport and andi s not clear if the i apadlane could have covered rushed in soldiers from the Syrian peacekeeping forces the distance to the Syrian capital on its limited fuel. stationed in Lebanon. No one left the plane. Earlier, Rome Airport officials said the plane was Airport authorities said the Libyan jet landed at hijacked by a man with a gun while flying over Lake 4:10 p.m. EST -20 minutes before its fuel would Bolsena, about 45 miles north of Rome. Panther may be state animal TALLAHASSEE -The Florida panther continues to lead balloting for the official state animal, Education Commissioner Ralph Turlington reported Monday. However, the American alligator has moved into second place nudging the Caribbean manatee into third. The Key deer follows in fourth. The voting was conducted among students in the state's 67 school districts and many private schools. Thus far, the ballots from only 18 districts have been counted. Hijackers get three planes BOGOTA, Columbia -Leftist gunmen hijacked three Venezuelan jetliners carrying more than 260 people to Colombia Monday and threatened to blow up all three planes unless authorities provided maps of Central America and Cuba. Nicaragua said in a statement it was closing its air space apparently to prevent the hijackers from flying there. The government agreed to refuel all three jets after the hijackers released seven of the hostages -including three ailing passengers -but said it could give the hijackers only two -not three -sets of flight charts. New England storms end Late Autumn storms that buried parts of New England under 2-foot blizzard snows and dumped record rains on the Pacific Northwest ended Monday, leaving at least nine dead, dozens homeless and work crews scrambling to restore order. New Englanders plodded to work at rush hour through huge drifts whipped up in a surprise weekend blizzard, the region's worst since 1978. Traffic moved slowly but with no major snarls or accidents, officials reported. Union planned Polish overthrow WARSAW, Poland -Officials Monday released tape recordings made at a secret Solidarity meeting where union leaders plotted to overthrow Poland's Communist government. "The government should be finally overthrown, unmasked and deprived of any credibility," said Warsaw's hard-line Solidarity Chief Zbigniew Bujak in the tape. A Solidarity official verified the authenticity of the recording made at a union leader's meeting in Radom last Thursday attended by union chief Lech Walesa. The official said it appeared to be a deliberate and embarassing leak, possibly by a union leader although he did not say who. Poland's national radio broadcast excerpts of the tape, in which Walesa said a confrontation with authorities was "unavoidable." And Radom Union Chief Andrzej Sobieraj said, "Solidarity groups should take over some of the administration actions, remove town and provincial authorities at any price and make society aware they are unable. to do anything." 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The President's spokesman, Larry Speakes, said later U.S. "economic policy toward Libya is under review." The President, who ventured into the White House press room to read a statement on government waste and fraud, laughed when reminded of Khadafy's verbal attack on him Sunday. AmpNot L-

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Racial bias charges lodged against selection group By In Johnson not reflect the composition of the un Alligator Staff Writer or the surrounding community," 1 said. The committee was made up Andrew Robinson, the black interim presiblack women, one white woman dent of the University of North Florida was a white men. victimm of racial discrimination" when a McArthur said committee membe committee searching for a permanent presielected by their colleges. The two dent overlooked him by selecting three other representatives, whomThomas critici: candidates -all white males -as finalists being "white males" were selected, for the post, said Rep. John Thomas, Dthur said, because they are the studei Jacksonville. president and vice president. In addit i a complaint filed with the FloridaCoitwo black women wereRegents appoi mission on Human Relations, Thomas said ensure minority representatio, le sai the committee did not act properly and the "You haveto understand the polit entire Board of Regents, which oversees the plications of this. Both complaints a state university system, also was at fault b Jacksonville representatives M excluding Robinson from the list of three said. Jacksonville has a large black f inalists. Thomas asked the commission to intorate vestigate the alleged impropriety but said But Thomas said the Regent Monday he hopes the members decide to for"negligent" in handling both Ca ward the complaint to the Federal Equal complaint and the entire selection pro Employment Opportunity Office in Miami. "The board failed to provide guidi He said federal officials have the power to the Regents' selection advisory omm halt the current selection process while state ensure that its affirmative actii officials do not. employment opportunity commit would be met," Thomas said in h 'You have to understand the plaint. political implications of this. Both The committee's action to narro .the field of applicants to three and complaints are from Jacksonville Robinson from those finalists also representatives.' him from consideration by the Regent -Steve McArthur Robinson has been acting president past 15 months since Tom Carpen Thomas' charges, however, are invalid Jacksonville university's founding pr because the alleged violations "did not take resigned 15 months ago to become place," State University System Vice of Memphis State University. Chancellor for Administration Steve McArRobinson, a high-level aide to Ca thur said. was made interim president by the "They're looking for a way to get RobinHe also made it through similar cutl son in. As ai lot of people are, they're disapsize of the applicant pool until the pointed," McArthur said. committee's most recent action. A month ago, another Jacksonville And because the process is so fai legislator, Democratic Sen. Joe Carlucci also Thomas said he fears the Regents wil assailed the committee's decision not to ina new president before his complaint clude Robinson. Carlucci said the commiton. He said he wants the Regents toI tee's actions should be invalidated because deciding the issue until the cmplai they met secretly, which is contrary toi a vestigated. 1979 Regents agreement with Go'. Bob An even more expedient course, Graham. Chancellor Barbara Newell, said, would be to have the Human R however, later ordered the committee to do Commission waive the complaint to their work again in the sunshine. officers who have the power to issue But while Carlucci's complaint focused and desist order. more on the technical aspects of the commitThe four remaining finalists are the's meeting, Thomas said the committee's Crowe of the University of Colorado composition violated state and federal civil McCray of Governors State Uniers rights law. Anthony Catanese of the Unive "The composition of the committee did Wisconsin. Senate to seek answers tonight on flyers with pro-ERA slogans By Frank LoMonte Alligator Staff Writer ly mislead senators. If the Segal presentation does Ruth Segal is slated to get called onto the some controversy, several other bil Student Senate carpet tonight. senate agenda may. Segal, president of the UF chapter of thi' Last week, senators hotly debate National Organization for Women, is to give $15,650 to the Inter-reside scheduled to attend the senate meeting Association to buy change-making tonight at 7:30 to explain why her organizabarbecue grills and other recreation tion put pro-Equal Rights Amendment ment -including a piano -for slogans on publicity leaflets for a speech last residence halls. That motion is week. come up for a final reading tonight. Dec. 2, National NOW President Eleanor Senators also are scheduled to c Smeal came to speak at UF. The senate bill to give $22,1100 to the SG cabin budget and finance committee picked uI tion department to resurface ten Sineal's $2,000 fee, but now some student and bu new soccer goals for intram senators sas they wish they hadn't. Another controversial sill, whii "Somesenatirs were irritated," Student give the senate control over Stude Senate President Michelle Tharp said. Court ioney, is also scheduled for At last week's meeting, senators brought m fading tonight. publicity leaflets which had been posd Against the protests if Trafl i Co around campus before the spe h. At Ihe bl Jet ice Lori Garner, Stident Body tom of some leaflets were the slogans ''I'll \%ike BIiilki iand Stuident BodIy Yes!"' and "Time is running ou .v-.,' tsi wll F gug-f Pttis, venatir\ otedl 24-16 as a statement that StUdii(l't Govcirnmuu'vt hu iitoi tku control ofI1 rlli' court spend paidfor the event. Currently, le chief justice ha Several senators clainmedu thiism i (;o ie iomcour's $ I70,000 budget. mones ifor literature SuppOrting iho i-t mowivri esitabliihii' oard0 ig tro 'ersial amendment is against l .I IAl ieii Io iIcialI t ml i se sp But other senate officials s tih ivsiui is qufvstyvswhi ulild then go to the becvi blovn out of proportion. uiiusvlaton. '"lwhole thing is ridiculous," said1 i Iil toekill passes tscond radm Inho.budgct and f inane coninittev Bdk aid lie will consider vtomjg i
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ulogosor, tUW500y, aecemoeru. IWI.Y County redistricting plan could cause radical changes A ig orStaff Writer While many people at the Alachna (O'intyCourthouse Monday discussed pleas anil sentences, in one courtroom discussion centered on pies and doughnuts. In that room, committee members appointed by Alachua County commissioners decided on a plan for redistricting the countv. The plan they chose unanimously is based on the pie, or spear, model which cuts the county into pie-shaped wedges with Gainesville at its center. That way, commissioners would have direct accountability to urban and rural citizens, committee members reasoned. Current districts are based on a doughnut model in which districts form rings around the urban core. The districts had to be redrawn, management intern Debbi Thalasitis said, because population growth has made them uneven. Some districts would change radically under the new plan. Commissioner Thomas Coward's district would include a much larger rural area. Commissioner Walter "Sonny" Lee's district would also become more rural. Commissioner John Schroepfer's district would have considerably less rural an area. The plan also would place Schroepfer's residene' outside his district. Since commissioners nst live within their district, Schroepfer would have to move if commissioners approve the redistricting. "Schroepfer is willing to move," Thalasitis said. "H' has communicated that to me." Although some of the districts would change drastically, no voting precincts would be affected. Precincts were redrawn about one month ago, Thalasitis said, and the new districts were drawn using those precinct lines. 'You'd have a more effective commissioner in a district (election).' -Hawthorne Mayor Ellis Coleman Rural voters probably will support the proposed plan, committee member and Hawthorne Mayor Ellis Coleman said. Small cities will get better representation if commissioners have less area to cover, he said. Under the proposed plan all four districts have two municipalities and the fifth has one. Some committee members were concerned that, using the pie model, all five commissioners conceivably could be elected f rom the urban area. Currently, three county commissioners are from rural areas and two are from the city. "Would it bother people in the rural area if they had a commissioner from the urban area?" committee member Ruth Van Doren asked Coleman. "Not half as much as not being able to get in touch with their representative," Coleman replied. The committee chose from five plans that commissioners narrowed down from a list of 10 proposals. Of the five plans, the one committee members chose had the most even population counts of the three pie models. The other tsro plans were doughnut models. The committee also plans to recommend to commissioners that they consider changing county elections to district voting, rather than countywide. "You'd have a more effective commissioner in a district," Coleman said. Coleman admitted there may be more of a chance for a "political machine" developing in a certain district to get someone elected, "but you have that anyway with countywide elections., The committee also plans to suggest that commissioners consider limiting their office to two consecutive terms. Commissioners currently can remain in off ice as long as they can get reelected. THOMAS COWARD ..his district could include a larger rural area under new plan. According to state law, commissioners must adopt a redistricting plan by Dec. 31. They plan to review the committee's recommendations Dec. IS. Prof: public needs to be educated about technology By David Nix Alligator Writer If automobile technology had advanced as fast as computer development during the past 20 years, a Cadillac Seville would cost 72 cents, get 3 million miles a gallon and have a 300 billion mile warrantee, according to the president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Helping people cope with that kind of change is one of the principle challenges for science and technology during the 1980s, D. Allan Bromley, association president and Yale University physics professor, told 150 people in Gannett Auditorium last week. Rapid developments in technology are alienating a public unable to keep up with the changes, Bromley said. Because politics are intruding more and more into science, the public must be aware of the issues in order to avoid making decisions based on fear and ignorance, such as the recent Cambridge, Mass., ban on DNA research, Bromley said. Technologists must get together with social, political and behavioral scientists to clarify the issues to the public so that' the uses of science and technology can be limited to those consistent with societal values, without limiting research itself, he said. Educating the public includes the young, Bromley said. The United States' lead in science and technology is slipping because pre-college science education has collapsed, he said. All students should have a strong science and writing background and the most able students should be given as much help as the least able, Bromley said. People in the Third World must be helped with changes, too, he said. Television and radio have shown Third World people what they are missing, and they may "gang up" to take what they want if we don't help them get it, he said. The scientific revolution we are in is moving so rapidly that most people don't know it's happening, Bromley said. Ten years ago a computer with as many internal connections as a human brain would have occupied a cube a quarter of a mile on each side, Bromley said. In 10 years the same computer will be smaller than the human brain, he said. "The public needs to be aware of the change that is coming so they won't revolt when they wake up one morning to discover their toaster is smarter than they are," Bromley said. .Alligator'. Kip~g p Pro DisplayParlor 5Advertising MAUREEN (SUPERHARR) 37644823 Now at the K.P. i r 1~1636 W.Univ. Ave.3372 The Gators are Peach Bowl Bound Florida vs West Virginia Decen'ber 31, 1981 OAIMG IATOAS 3:00 p.m. Fulton County Stadium fftlanta, Georgia STUDENT TICKET INFORMATION Please read carefully: 1. Tickets for the Student Bloc at the Peach Bowl will be sold December 8th, 9th and 10th from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Gate 13 Student Ticket Office. All tickets in the student bloc are available on a first come, first served basis as long as they are available 2. 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8. alligator, tuesday, december 8, 1981 opuniens Every 50 minutes Imagine all the people living lifi' in peace. You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the Only one. -John Lennon Imagine The deranged ex-security guard had waited in the dark for several hours. As his prey approached the apartment building, the assailant called out his name and, without waiting for him to turn around, pumped four .38-caliber slugs into his back. Blood spattered onto the walls and pavetment as the wounded man lunged six steps to the door. Less than half an hour later, John Lennon was (lead. A year ago today, a generation lost its adolescence. Had Le'nnon been in his native Great Britain, it's highly unlikely he would have been killed with a gun -almost no one has the right to own One. Even across the border from New York state, in Canada, the man who shot Lennon -Mark David Chapman, a former mental patient who had tried to kill himself twice -would not have been able to buy the handgun he used. But in the United States about 250,000 crimes yearly involve a handgun. A handgun is sold every 1 3 seconds. And every 50 minutes smesne is sh>t with a handgun. Every 50 minutes! President Reagan called Lennon's death "a great tragedy." But he rejects handgun controls, despite his shooting a few months after Lennon's. Instead, Reagan supports mandatory five and 15 year jail terms for criminals who use handguns. That's a fine idea, but Reagan is ignoring important advice from his own experts. Reagan's task force on violent crime supported mandatory sentencing, but also recommended a waiting period before gun purchases during which authorities could check a prospective buyer's background. There have been some local and state attempts at gun control, and some have been effective tos a degree. Massachusetts imposes a mandatory oneyear sentence for carrying an unlicensed gun. In the two years after that law went into effect, killings in that state went down 55 percent. Alachua County requires a three-day wait before a gun purchase can be completed, and three of Florida's 66 other counties have joined Alachua. In Morton Grove, Ill., the city council banned the sale and possession of handguns in'June. The National Rifle Association, naturally, is challenging the ban in court. The NRA -which contributed $8,000 to Florida Sen. Paula Hawkins' 1980 campaign -says even existing gun laws need to be relaxed. Unfortunaely, the well-heeled NRA has been able to thrust its views on the Atmerican people through their elected representat ives. That's because the NRA has ioney, lots of it, and it's willing to threaten to use that mony in support of an incumbent's next challenger. In California, t he NRA has been able t o thwart gun registration for years. So the people of California have taken it upon themselves to deal with the issue. California voters ar to consider gun registration in 1982. But state and local gun control lws can't work nearly as well as is sani national gusts piC-. It's too easy for the guns to fins eir wa' across state lines -as in Mark David Chapmtan's flight from Hlawaii to the Co time('tal Unitd Statis, haldgUs it tow. Hawkins aun Florida Si-i. Lawti on( hiles should examine the idea of i waiting periodisl sat WOuld allow ast horit is to wied ost people like Chapman f rom the gun-list ing lubl i Sen. Ted Ksn-dy of MassachusetIs already has liled a sill calling oir s 2 1-day wait isg period. ('onsidering I (;a i1sp Poll during ist' sumsiers I It showed 9 I percent of American adults support lii 2 I-day waitig period -wlsther they fasor banning huidgits or not -Chiles andi lawkins are pra ulisll obigslc'd Iii suppossrt Ih bss ill. Al siI the meantime, we can onl glance at the 1( ik and wonder who will get it during this 51111111otlcper iod. Consumer power may effect change Editor: A few months ago, WGVL radio station changed not only its call letters, but also its format. This programming change caused a flurry of protest from the "hard core," but the new management was not concerned, and cited economic logic as the reason for the change. The new format is settling in now, and the Jackson Browne fans have been vanquished. But before we lay Warren Zevon to rest, I must offer a small protest. I suggest that it is the character of our fair town that aided the WGVL change. Hogtown is small, rural, and has a large student contingent which often does not become involved in local affairs, although they are voracious local consumers. And it is this consumerism that is the basis for the patent unfairness of the situation. When the music changed, the sponsors didn't. Therefore, it should be the sponsors of the old WGVL to force a reversal of format. Any plan with force must be % elI targeted for maximum impact. One such plan is a boycott of one of the sponsors of the radio station. Naturally, that sponsor would be randomly selected from a collection of all sponsors on a given 24hour period. Dates for the boycott could be posted in advance, and then all those persons wishing to show their support could choose to do so. Any boycott effect could then be quantified, and other sponsors would be able to realize who actually pays their bills. Hopefully, the effect would finally reach the radio station management, and they would respond constructively to the boycott. This does, of course, assume that a boycott would be effective. Is that too much to assume? Please give this letter some thought over the holidays. I would be happy to hear from anyone interested in this project in January; I can be reached at 377-5406. William A. Winter Gainesville Editor: Hats off to recent letter writers for bringing up some real problems among us social islanders." Let me just add a few details to those statements. Ladies, there are many gentlemen around UF like myself who are different from the "male norm." We may be shy, we may not think highly of our looks, we may not be partiers, or we may not be macho and aggressive, but whatever our .shortcomings' we are extremely eager to meet attractive, intelligent women, but just can't seem to make the pieces fit. In addition, we may be sensitive, quiet and unassuming; such characteristics are usually labeled "feminine". Most of us don't let this unfair brand bother us, but it seems to have an effect on someone. We may be a minority of men, but we're here. And we have a very important thing to say: we don't believe that a man has to be macho or aggressive to meet wonen and enjoy their company. aliglator d .C.': Gv,. ;. Edior Robe M GC iaore G Ciy a. r c E B. rb Mkinog-y Edoor Borry KIP A mof) Wsf ln es spots Edior Joy &,oso A a, D,, ,e Published by Campus Communications, Inc. P aBox 14257 Universiay Staion, Gainesvle Hondoi. i )f tepiandh be College inn. 1728 We U'ersiy Ave C'O. i Adversng 376-4446 Rea'i a 'Dply Adverts, i 764482, Newsroom 376 4458; Producoi 373 9926 Boiss U Oe Letters Policy Letters must be typed and double-spaced on a 60 character line, dated and signed with the author's real name, have address and telephone number of writer and not exceed 300 words. Names will be withheld if writer shows ust Cause. The editor reserves the right to edit all letteri for space. Readers may submit*longer essays, coluims or letters to be considered for use as guest colnins. Any writer interested im submitting a regular cOlUmnr is asked to contact the editor ard be prepared to show work samples I don't know if most women feel that a man has to dominate them (if they do, I suspect it is because society has conditioned them to think so). When I work myself up to ask a woman out, and she turns me down, it is a tremendous short-term blow to my ego. Such is the'reason why many of us "shy" men have trssuble even approaching women. Many men not only don't mind being approached by women, they revel in it, because the brunt of the pressure is taken off their shoulders. Ladies, I know I speak for a large group of men when I say this: there are a lot of men who desire to meet women for their minds, and not only for their bodies; there are a lot of men who judge a woman by what exists between her ears, assid not between her ligs; there are a lot of men who respect women i s people and for their "tendencies" (sensitivity, kindness, passion, etc.) and there are a lot of men who want long-term, meaningful relationships with women who have lots of room for growing -a one-night stand doesn't alipeal to us. As one of these men, I'm proud. Jonathan Ross 1 UF Men, women operate at cross-purposes Editor: After reading the many letters concerning "the island," I have decided to write regarding my views on the subject matter. I ai going through the same problem of mieting people, in particular the males of this university. I guess i v(icould say I have a lot of guts when it comes to asking gtI s out -I havedione this quite a few times-and, believe it or not, all accepted, but the guys seemed to have gotten the wrong impression of what I was looking for. Thrv ire phitsi of woien at this university who are dyisig to meet that special someone. The problem is that all the guys ivorth wanting are ither taken (which I feel comprises abo t ''percent) oi too interested in how Many "women they call gel into bed. in still looking and, oill Continue to look for however long it takes. I know that somewhere outside this university tiere is someone for imand every one of you. Just remember that I ii.i) i senior yar if you haven't found that someone lii.l b m"" vouu probably better off. I am signing mY name bccausc it's all part of having guts! Robin Aliweis 4JM Aggressiveness isn't a social necessity 0 1

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alligator, tuesday, december, 1981, 9 op inions Judgement ignores proven link between religion, cultures Editor: One h('sitates to resPAond to any letter by Robert Primack, because he seemis to be the sort who will insist on having the last word. But I feel it almost my duty as a history professor to protest against the cynicism of some of his historical judgments ('Fundamentalism can't solve proIenis of a complex world," DEIc. 3 Alligator). Not only are tlhey mistaken, in my view, but they represent an attitude which is far tint common around the university -not among those students who take our history courses, you understand, i)tt among the many who are not so fortunate. in a nutshell, the point of his letter is that there has been no difference between Christian and non-Christian societies or civilizations in the "mitigation of human misery," and that religion is not "a solver of real problems." The implication, clearly, is that religion is a mischievous but emphemeral element in history, primarily useful as a rationalization for various "deeper" interests. Such a generalization would be very comforting to a certain kind of mind. It would save us the trouble of serious study or thought on this subject. And it would avoid the embarrassment of venturing upon moral judgments. Of course, religious movements have sometimes been epiphenomenal in just the manner suggested, so that Primack's statement will strike many as self-evident. But a serious study of the differences between civilizations would show that religions express the basic orientation of those societies, and that those differences are real and decisive. Max Weber, one of the pioneers of sociology, realized this too late in life. He did not complete his massive study of how the world's major religions helped determine the economic, technological and social patterns of whole civilizations. For the solving of problems is only carried on within the context of world views which are fundamentally "religious" (and only identified as problems in that context, a point which even B.F. Skinner, in his recent talk, failed to grasp). The question of human misery, to take Primack's example, is treated very differently by Hindus, let us say, than by Christians. There would be a significant difference even within Western civilization between the Greeks, whose concern would stop with the freeborn population, and Christians, who keep trying to counter mankind's constant drift toward slavery. In short, it does make a difference how one expresses one's basic beliefs. Not only the values, but the histories of the world's civilizations are emphatically not the same. The fact that there has been misery and war in them all does not mean that there is no point in looking into the differences. The relative success of thosc civilizations today, as they compete with each other, should make us metre curious about our own, which seems to be growing more predominant -for good or ill. Are we too modest even to wonder why there are so many foreign students in the United States and so few Americans at Asian or African universities? Even this kind of modesty is a mark of the Western mentality. And it has something to do with our religious heritage. The suggestion that an understanding of the world's religions is irrelevant in today's "terribly complex world" seems entirely inappropriate. Primack, teaching the social and philosophical foundations of education, would be aware of some of the links that historians have shown between Christianity and the rise of modern science, of historical study, and of literary realism, among other things. But many on campus may not be. To them I would like to extend an invitation to courses in the humanities and history, and to encourage them to raise these questions even if their instructors don't seem inclined to. John Sommerville Assoc. Professor, History ERA alone cannot provide enforcement of equality Editor: In response-to your article of Dec. same job is wrong. But it is already IL3 ("Smeal flyers anger senators"), I offer the LEGAL. A constitutional amendment will following comments and observations: not make any difference. The problem lies Your article is quite convincing to those incurrently, and will always lie, in enforcedividuals who are not aware of the events ment. The Equal Rights Amendment is not leading up to and following the Eleanor the miraculous panacea that you and your Smeal fiasco. Unfortunately, they are inane ilk make it out to be. to anyone who is even remotely aware of One point raised in your article is quite what actually transpired. compelling, however. Jan Reitnauer and Phyllis Schlafly got $3,000 and Eleanor Tamra Freeman would not have risen to the Smeal received $2,000 for their respective levels they have 50 years ago. Yet they did so speeches because that was the amount each without an Equal Rights Amendment to the requested. It is certainly not your place to tell Constitution. Ift this amendment is so essenPhyllis Schlafly or Eleanor Smeal how much tial to equality, how can this have they should charge to lecture. Nor does the transpired? rate for which they are willing to appear With respect to the promises we sought have any relation to Student Government's from Ruth Segal, the senate was seeking to stance on the Equal Rights Amendment. guarantee that the assembly was not a I shall overlook-your failure to distinguish demonstration. True, the Constitution does between Accent, which funded Schlafly, and guarantee the right to peaceably assemble the Student Senate, which funded Smeal, as and freely speak, but the students of UF are it may have been an honest mistake (doubtbound by no law to fund such activities. ful). The senate wished to fund an informative, What I cannot understand is how you can intellectual exchange of ideas, not a political assume that because an individual is opposed rally. If the question of funding a political to the ERA, he (generically, of course) is rally in favor of, or opposed to, the ERA had necessarily in favor of an amendment calling come before the senate, it would certainly for inequality. The objection that most ophave failed overwhelmingly. ponents of the ERA have is that a constituIn closing, I am certain you, and other tional amendment is not the means by which neophyte journalists like you, will have no to enforce equality of the sexes. Others feel trouble finding employment somewhere. this amendment would leave courts too Word has it that the Washington Post is lookmuch room for interpretation. Still others, ing for someone to replace Janet Cooke. myself included, feel that metaphysical questions which 'are quite difficult to enforce, Michael Trentalange should not be dealt with in a document like 3LS the U.S. Constitution. Senator, College of Liberal Arts Paying a woman less than a man for the and Sciences Give police chance before judging Editor: This morning I had the misfortune ficer of Mr. Bone's caliber on the departof having my van run out of gas. Not only ment. was this inconvenient but it could have provI realize as fully as anyone that there are ed unsettling also. It was a chilly morning good cops and bad cops. But let's not forget and with me at the time was my 1-year-old that there are also good students and bad son. After phoning the campus police, we students as well as good presidents and bad didn't even have to wait for then to arrive. presidents. The least we can do to help Officer Michael Bone was there before we lighten the load of law enforcement inwere! He drove me to three different service dividuals is to simply give them a chance stations before we finally were able to find a before judging their conduct. After all, isn't usable gas can. The entire affair took more that what higher-educated people are exthan an hour and all this time the officer was pected to do? courteous and helpful. He definitely went "beyond the call of duty". The campus Martin Magenheim police are to be commended for having an of6JM Why are we at college if not to use our minds ? Editor: While perusing through the Dec. 3 Alligator I spotted a letter by Joe Kostelnik and Greg O'Rear chiding those who use this forum to kick around "unprovable philosophical issues. Now, gentlemen, I would have you know that even I sometimes feel a rumbling in my stomach when merely approaching certain questions. To be rank, this rumbling can easily become a throbbing pain if I losc my customary cheer or if a debate lingers on and on and on. But does this mean we should never tackle difficult subjects? Good God, man, we live in a university environment! What in sooth are we here for if not to think, to be exposed to varying points of view? In the piast I have sought to stimulate thought, all the while endeavoring to deal with objective facts I hate idle chatter more than most people). Who could be so naive as to believe that he could convince others of ai idea simply with a few scratches on a scrap of paper? In all this the task of the reader is to sift out, to discern, and not to pay homage to the thoughts of anyone else -for this we have the Christians and romantics. The reader can hope, of course, that letter writers will have a decided reserve (although not necessarily always, sheer absurdity deserves outrage), as well as a sincere concern with truth. But if this is not the case, your criticisms fly all too swiftly to the mark. Alexandre de Coste 7L$ WNW["Alf c ilP"~U! REANW )

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140ai' storrtuesday,rdecemberg8,h1981 'Laura' has right ingredients that aren'Ift mixed properly By Nanette Holland Alligator Staff Writer Fashion, intrigue and murder sound like lively ingredients for an evening's entertainment. But in Laura the current Gainesville Community Playhouse production, they just aren't mixed right. It's not that Laura -a whodunit calling for a "suave" detective, a worldly but witchy Truman Capote character, a smooth Southern suitor and a semi-glamorous Woman of the Year -fails completely as a murder mystery. It's more a lack of direction that pervades the performances. Scenes that should be suspenseful are silly, and characters that should be extravagantly amusing are merely laughable. The motley crew is gathered together Agatha Christie style in Laura's apartment to flush out the killer of a young fashion model. But instead of the delightful give-and-take that occurs between suspects in Christie plays, the characters in Laura only tug at each other. They play for happning By Tom Obrzut Alligator Writer Alees: UF Judo Club will have lessons for juniors 5:30 p.m. today and adults from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Women's Gym. Beginners are welcome. Give Peace a Chance: A drafta counseling workshop sponsored by the Community Alliance for Peace will be presented 7:30 p.m. today in room 346 of the Reitz Union. Philosophy Department Colloquim: The discussion topic will be "The Case for Natural Language Processing" -a paper themselves, rather than for one another. Take Waldo Lydecker, the Truman Capote clone played by Jim Cook. Waldo has a verbose response or acerbic reaction to everything. No doubt about it, Waldo gets the best lines ("Beware the foxhunting set. Beneath that pink coat lies the heart of a sadist"). But Cook loses Waldo's effect by belittling the character, turning him into a stereotypic limpwrist, more witchy than worldly. That thread of disappointment runs through the whole play. The characters are not what they say they are and the inconsistencies are distracting. Laura, the semi-glamorous socialite played by Janice Baur, is a prime example. She tells Detective McPherson she chose to be herself rather than a suburban housewife. But that seems to a blatant contradiction, for Baur looks suspiciously like a sophisticated suburban mother of two. And although Jack Helseth is convincing as McPherson, he would be even more convincing as a heroic character in a daytime soap opera. presented by Martin Ringle, a Vassar College computer science professor. The event begins 3:40 p.m. today in room 233 of the Arts and Sciences Building. American Heart Association: sponsors its Light-A-Light-For Heart campaign 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today through Friday at the American Heart Association office, 738 NW 23rd Ave. Pledges and donations will solicit to light a Christmas tree in front of North Florida Regional Hospital. 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He seems like such a nice guy, almost too nice to perplex us as a villain in a whodunit. The one character who is truly convincing is Bessie Clary, played by Joan Ihas. As Laura's nasal New York maid, Bessie is totally and hysterically uncomplicated. She adds spice when the dialogue becomes dull. No, Laura doesn't fail completely, despite its many shortcomings. Far from it. It begins as an abysmal disaster but sufficiently redeems itself, in enjoyment, in the second -act. The boredom of the first act turns to a moderate amount of tension and suspense by the finale. Laurn is not high art or heavy-handed dramatics, nor was it meant to be. It features talented members of the local community hamming it up for members of the local community, and Laura is typical of the fare offered by the Gainesville Community Playhouse. It's amateur theater and it's fun. It may not be meaty enough for many folks, but it does satisfy the hunger Gainesvillians have for live theater. Center is collecting toys for needy By Tina Gonsalves Alligator Writer More than 1,000 Alachua County children would not receive a visit from Santa Claus this year without the Empty Stocking Fund. Through community donations of new toys and canned goods, needy children and families are able to experience some happiness during the holiday season. The fund, sponsored by the Voluntary Action Center, will be collecting toys and canned goods until Tuesday, Dec. 22. These goods will be distributed on Dec. 22 and 23 at the Wilhemina Johnson Resource Center in Gainesville, said Pam Fey, Director of the Voluntary Action Center. 4. * * * * * * * * Eligible families will receive one food basket with canned goods, dried beans, rice and a fresh turkey or chicken for their holiday meal. Parents also will be able to select a new toy and Christmas stocking for each child between the ages of two and 12, Fey said. "There are no specific income guidelines to be eligible for the fund," Fey said. "Eligibility is determined by a social worker and the family's own situation." References for eligibility will be taken until Dec. 18. Anyone wishing to donate new toys and food can make deliveries to the Salvation Army, 810 E. University Ave., or call the Voluntary Action Center at 378-2552. ADVERTISE nw. Mo. e 376-444 LTOk Gift Ideas for Designing People CUSTOMBUILTWOODENTABLES Faber Castell TG 4 Pen Set List Price --$36-50 NOW-$22.95 Save 37% on this TG Set! Reg. Now MODEL V 23x31 $79.50 $58.95 Save up to 25% on MODEL VI 24x36 $86.50 $65.95 Custom Drawing MODEL VII 31 x42 $104.50 $78.00 Tables We're the Source for Saving' (Tables Downtown Only) Downtown, Westgate, Butler Plaza WthCop of Ad Now Until January 1, 1982 If You Sign Up Now 1 Bedroom Unfurnished--$230/ 1 Bedroom Furnished----$240/u Limited Number Avallab WARD Phc'K AND ASSOCIATES INCORPQRATE -REA 372-0950 -I ----------

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inside laza preachers ntlnued om page one Ind ividuaIs taking an interest in his work make the donaons. Smock said ini an interview last week. Also, whenever speaks in churches, the average offering from the conregation is about $100, Smock said. Smock, 38, who said he pays his own traveling expenses, eclined to reveal his income. "I'd rather not," he said. Smock added he stays mostly in motels and sometimes in he homes of friends and supporters. Lasseter says their cross-country campus hopping sometimes gets hectic. And though they travel most of the ime, this summer the two took a week-long vacation -with preacher and his wife as chaperones. Lasseter says her entertainment that week consisted mainy of praying. "We're not really much into vacations," she said. "When you're a Christian, you don't have to do something to have un." "You know, you're not having as good a time as you think ou are, "she yelled at the crowd. "How do you know?"one man screamed out while another imicked her. "Those fraternity parties are flat out boring.After the arty, you have nothing to talk about, "she said. "We go to bed," someone responded to the crowd's aughter. It's the same old thing, she-said. "You ask what's your ame, what's your major. .." ". ..Where's your home," someone contributed. "Cindy, what do you do for a good time?" a student asked. "I pray to God.I don't have to do something to be hapPy. "If you're happy," a man told her, "than I'd rather be miserable." "It's your choice, you miserable wretch," she snapped. The former journalism student doesn't have much time for vacations as she travels the country to denounce the four evils on campuses: sex, drugs, booze and rock 'n' roll. Although many are amused by Smock and Lasseter's campaign, some resent personal accusations by the preachers. Last TuesdayLasseter accused a woman of being a lesbian and a bad mother because she was wearing jeans and cut her hair short and straight. The woman grabbed Lasseter and pulled her off the bench. Freshman Bill Sterling, who along with two other students, pulled the unidentified woman off Lasseter, said the woman in her mid-twenties -who had earlier said she was a widow raising a child -eventually calmed down. Lasseter explains that she thinks women should look feminine and, as she does, dress modestly. God doesn't want women to look like men, Lasseter said, adding that she doesn't regret what she told the woman. Women shouldn't wear jeans, said Lasseter, who was wearing her usual campus attire -a long dress, a shirt with long sleeves and a high collar and a hat. When preaching,Lasseter says she always wears a hat as a sign of submission to God's authority. Also, she doesn't want to appear as "one of them women libbers." "The women's movement is led by the lesbians and the queers. .There's only one thing worse than queers" "Two queers,"someone yelled out. ". .and that's a lesbian, "Lasseter bellowed with a look of disgust. "You're on the road to deee-struction," she exclaimed while the crowd joined in yelling "destruction. A sure sign of a "women libber," Lasseter says, is a rebellious woman -a woman who doesn't want to be submissive to her husband. alligator, tuesday, decembrn, 1981, 11 GIVE AND TAKE --.Jed Smock and company compete with their audience for center stage while preaching in the Plaza of the Americas. Above, Smock ignores a heckler, while "ex-disco queen" Cindy Lasseter, bottom, lectures a listener. And as for the proposed Equal Rights Amendment, Lasseter says she opposes it because a woman should obey her husband, but mainly because she feels that government doesn't have the right to tell an employer what he or she should pay an employee. Yes, women and men should be paid the same salary, but there are certain things government can't guarantee, she concluded. Incidents such as the one in which the short-haired woman pulled Lasseter from the bench aren't common, Lasseter said. But occassionally there are outbursts of violence, UF police Chief Audie Shuler said that throughout last week there were uniformed and plain-clothed officers checking crowds at the Plaza. Because "they get rather personal toward individuals," Shuler said gatherings pose a problem. The emotion-packed sermons reminiscent of the fervor of revival meetings can get out of hand. While at Northern Illinois University last year, Lasseter told a crowd that many of them "start out in sexual nsoralit's as sneaky, dirty little masturbators." One oi the men -who Lasseter says "must have pondered this in his heart" -responded "who are you to call us masturbators?" The angry man then slipped his hands under Lasseter's armpits and lifted her up. As she dangled in the air, another woman ran up and began biting the man's leg so that he would release her. That incident at Northern Illinois ended the same day, but at Arizona State University, after an incident a few years ago, the campus police still holds tight security every time Smock and Lasseter preach, Smock said. Smock was telling a crowd on the Arizona campus that he'd "never met a happy queer in my life." "A lesbian knocked me on the mouth" right off his bench, Smock said. Although the crowd tried restraining her, Smock said the woman tried to tear off his clothes. "Why a lesbian wanted to tear off my clothes.Smock said smiling. Usually, however, hecklers don't become violent, Smock said. But at UF, the students are a little more vulgar and lewd than at other campuses across the country, Lasseter and Smock said. "The bible says all fornicators will die in the lake of fire," Lasseter tells the crowd. "FIRE! FIRE!" the crowd responds. To the tune of the UF cheer, "Say it's great to be a Florida Gator," the crowd chants: "Say it's great to be a fornicator." Smock, a Methodist from Indiana, said many students mimic and make fun of them because "students are like garbage cans." Normally, Smock said, they have the lids on, but he tears the lids off the garbage cans. "You're seeing the students as they really are," Smock said. "You might call me God's garbage man." Regardless of the hecklers, both preachers said they are fulfilling their goals -to spread their message. Often accused of employing theatrical tactics, Smock said he uses proven speech techniques with his wide, open gestures. Students don't stop at the Plaza to be entertained, both preachers said. The "spirit of God" within the students attracts them to the fire and brimstone sermons, Smock said. "Our first objective is to get their attention and then holding their attention to the word of God," Lasseter said. "Women, stay away from Fraternity Row. They're horny little devils over there." "Why do they stop to listen? Many say its out of curiosity. I think the Holy Spirit has a lot to di with it," Lasseter explains. "There are no prostitutes in Gainesville because the women at the University of Florida give it away for free." Lasseter, who said her father is not a Christian but respects her call in life, said she has no desire to return to her student life because God has called her on to something greater. "Our main message is to tell students to repent and believe in Jesus," said Lasseter, who doesn't always travel with Smock. Currently she's with Smock and another woman who dropped out of school to join them. Diane Hoig, 22, said she was never off the dean's list at the Danville, Kentucky university she attended until she left in her junior year this fall. She also doubts she will return to school. But her work with Smock and Lasseter is of ten trying. "It is hard work," she said. "Sometimes I enjoy it and sometimes I don't." "I became a wicked woman," Hoig tells the crowd. "Details, details!" they cry out. Newer at the game, Hoig is more visibly upset than her preaching counterparts. "I succumbed to drugs and lustness. "She's preppy on the outside but it's all Fredericks (of Hollywood) on the inside," said one student referring to Hoig's dark blue skirt and hat and yellow button-down shirt. Smock said he doesn't expect students to be quiet while he's preaching, but he would prefer more intelligent responses. Sometimes a heckler uses satire, Smock said, and he appreciates it. But at UF, he continues, they heckle out of ignorance. Hecklers don't deter him, Smock said, because God called him to work. "I'm a soldier on assignment," Smock said. "I've been assigned to university campuses by my comiiander-inchief." Lasseter is also fulfilling her goal in itse -to obey Gol. Is she successful? "Do I think I'm successssul fYes. Diiis God think I'm sueeessful? Ys. Dm .sOme smher 0 p614 le' thimk I'M'msme t' k No."

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(some fn.) close to U6, Sands & VA. Model hoors: M-.69-5,630. 10-1 GATORWOOD APTS 2337 SW Archi Rd. 373-7579. 12-1471 JAN. RENT FREE Briadywoe. Large 2 bedroom, 2 b0h6 Screened porh Closeo 00ompos Call 371-1744. 1210-5-1 Sb goswalk oSCC ib:,I6bhkioing r, a/c,heot, ; Ioioy rd, rendly neighbors $225 Mon Call Eddy, Rick Room v-ooIoble for n. 1 7se7 .00 Already furnished! $150 + 1/3 utilities C ll 373-499 Ask forD-vd 12-147-1 ONE-BEDROOM-LOFT $229/too Sogoroo Viage AApls Call 372-0720 12 14-7-1 UF $500 mothi $09077073 boo 1, 1982. Pe ok, fireplace 1111 SW 6 Aoe 375-2058 12-9-4-1 Fem mpr own r n qo o0 3br hooso. Ik ar bu s o U. Mu ikea as Avooiobe any1,m7 $115/mo. + 1/3 ilt Coil 0Y7nann orShyi 373-1271. 12-10-5-2 Ok Forest2br2bhbrownw/worp Full k itchen $340 mo amed occ 377-1754 12-14-7-1 5. spc-I0o I br 1 636 polsl. pt in Unversty Gardens Close to cmp0s70 Ao abdilbly negotiobl. o orsm.call 37 39713 1 210-51 Sublet 3 br 7opt 0 SW aref or spring 0smser ad beyond Unfrn but new Coopted, dishwasher, ad 0 9ry quiet Ph 378-8862. 128-3-1 VIZCAYA I bedroom dele pt. Sublet $265 month. Aoib Dec 22 Pool &ooon. Call day ,rv 378-0569 12-9-4-1 Spacious 070 bdor 7pt0 avlblJoin7 1 1 Reg Oaks .oobi.ooe lhru June 16. Can enew $265/mo Call Debbieo after 4 pm 377-852 12-10-5-1 SobleasL oarge 17a0 -007c0. polo ok. Av0 late Dec, Lyons Ap, SW 20h Av. Cil 375-6769 o 376-849 anytime ofter ,o7n. )2-10-5-1 Subll2bo b1 i/2boohlfrnpl$263mo Unurn $240 mo Close to UF, VA. Loundry, soimmng pool Call 372-1091 ask so see #156. 12-14-7-1 P ccaycps aoohb1obiy loooshd 263077 1 1/2 bh 07 001 373-562 2376-283 office 12-11-5U lachol argereoigeratorg s: pliances Lease -70 pes 375-1075, 378-8122, 376-6652, $200 12-14.6Large1 br & con0,ng both m 36r 2 bth duplex PrIia enr $125 m70n, first & a, $50dep 371-1401 Exce1otbSW ooolon-10 mnUF 12-931 SUBLET I BRM APT FOR JAN. OR MID DEC. S200/MO CALL JANICE 37 1 0-1685 EVENINGS. 1215Subelet n2bdroom pt m Saonedgesting Dc 22 ournoishd Col Jff 378-39242 flo 3 pm L-v in syl to s fora while,. 12-11-5-1 Room tor renln NE area. 3 bedroom house $140.00 pos 1/3 of heolhe. Call 377-4973 121 s -5-1 Subbo 0pt 16 Ao SW. Now oaicabl or boo Jnuary 2 oboourn ownhous $350/monh Ct 1 372 204 from 8 am i 9 pp 12-Ii-S-i LAMANCHA APTS. Furnished, 2 blocks. omps, 7iv00 bdrm d-vduaI lease, clor T V., mad s.rv. pool, gos goi, r777a0 rerr. $155 Call Caro.377224 10-;"212-14-1 SUBLET 2 bdrm, 2 1boo 0fn 0p. n BRANDYWINE Good -oioo AvoIobbo Dec 18Dec rel free CALL 377-3381 121151 OAK FOREST r007-oovIble ,7 luuy 3 bro 097177en0F1rtple 7and /d oGreat Dealtl Call 376-7667. 12-11-5-i Sublet I br apt -crpe, cent r000 0, 3 bloc ks fom 7cmps, cheap shIes $225 monsh Avablble-nw373-0041 12-10-4-1 OAK FORESTl o m$132,aset. $151in xI. uoy 3 bo tooohoose Coil Now or Great Deali 3720113 12-t 5DEC RENT FREE 6307both7 1 1 lonrhod 0p7 atralI Ir, carp 2 blocks lom cappoo$274 o. Col 373-0622 o an3 pm. 12-11-5-1 Sob le 1n 2nry0o, sP100 3-bdroopm house wbhwsherdryer .ai.p c.,ing Inland yad Dereci asfrImcmi s 373-4674 1211-51 NcIFuro -1-bdraoptp2pmi oUF, pool, oodr,. lo uhl $219/m.oFree; 00n D c. 20-Jln I Coll377-5541 1(e0) 12-11-5-1 Soble I bodrooom t. i7 rm7 broo 0r00 Moo n dorng break anood 3n' 7007 rn7 -1lJn Clon-caopeted-spocouso 377-3828 is. 1214-61 b ld m Ibth, Cenrl air & beat Cll Tim 376-7948 121 1-51 CHEAPN .UXURIOUS Males tn 2 prvbr n 3 bo ourn whse, $140 o, 1/41, dshooshe, cable + HBO, Pool, 7n/rg0. ,iis Bus vaIl Dec 18. 374-1114 12-11-5-1 LAMANC 2AP 0. 0 Frihed, bII loo mW, too bdm andlival s= Z .V, aid serce Save Money on Cards and Postage! CfassicazyAs Your chance to send -Christmas & Chanukah Greetings in Gator Classifieds. Appearing December 11. Deadline: 4 p.m., Tuesday, December 8 The Alligator, 1729 NW 1st Ave., Gainesville ---CL 33 -I 3 -p go o0 & Cc z900 00 3zQI AC & z 0 rc AbdS.0 Sublease 1 bdrm opt$180mo. Avail Jon I st. Village 34 #15. Very quiet area, close to campus. Call anytime 374-4912. 12-11-5-1 Nice 3 br/2 b opt. Quiet NW area, close to UF., on bus route, pool, dishwasher, laundry room, tennis. $330 Georgetown 377-6552, 12-10-4-1 Sublet fornshed Ibd opt in SW. Walk to UF, Shonds, VA. Pool, laundry facilities. Vacant end of Dec -p 1rent Jon 1. 375-5887 4-10 pm. 12-11-5-1 Tumbbn Creek Apts. 1015 SW 9th St. Luxury b br. Fully furnished, 5 mi0u0e walk to cmpus, very near sororities. $274 month 373-7688. 12-9-3-1 Sublet large I bedroom furn or unfurn opt BRANDYWINE Apts. Close to Shands and University. Pool, laundry, sun. Cal 378-1549 12-11-5-1 Sublet 2 brm, 2 both spciouso pt close o campus and shopping. Carpeted, central air/heat Coll Susan after 5. 377-6792 12-10-4-) BRANDYWINE Sublet huge I Br 1 both 0pt. Move in mid-Dec, Dec rent free. $275/mo. Big enough for 2. Must see to appreciate Call 371-1899 anytime. 12-11-5-1 Master bedroom, own both in 3 bedroom Windmeodows opt. 1 or 2 moles to share, on bus rt. Call David 373-5501 1/2 Dec. free. 12-9-3-1 Sublease 13 bdI bth furn opt for spring sem Only1 block from campus of NW 3rd Ave. ireen-Mor Apls Call 371-7192 eves. 12-11-5-1 Sublet efficiencylarge-unn w/ air, balcony. Private. 2 blk to campus. $120/mo +2-93l Avail Dec 23 Call 377-4927 SubletI br opt. unfurnished in Gtortown Apts. $205/mo. Call 371-2946. 12-9-2-1 $25/MO. DISCOUNTI One bedroom apt. a 0 Brandywine. Pool, saun, clubhouse, wt. room. Reg $275, sublet starting Dec. 15 for $250/mo. 377-8929. No sec deposit 12-8-6-1 Williamsburg subletoovail 12-16-81 -2 0r7&32 both-walk to UF, furniture optional $330/mo. Coll 376-1253 or 371-7126 eyes ask for opt #68. 12-11-4-1 2-bedroom roilor near university and hospioius-Avoilable now. Coll 1-684-2691. 12-14-5-1 Sblet 2 bedroom/I both apartment m 7nice SW area. Available immediately $270/per month. Call Linda of 378-1760. 12-14-5-1 Sublet spacious upstairs 2 bdrm 2 bth opt in SW area (Sloneridge). Pool, suna, tennis & weigh, room.$378 monthly. Call 371-1211. 12-14-5-1 House for rent I bl0ck from campus. Big yard, two floor gas heater, garage, good neighborhood $300.00 -109 NW 20th St. 12-14-5-1 Sublet Vizcaya 2 br I both -dishwasher, disposal, pool, laundry, close to UF. $325/mo. First, lost, security Dec. rent free 375-4308. 12-14-5-1 SPACIOUS 2 BDRM APT. Close to Campus. Pool and Roquetbll .$310 per month & deposit. Call 373-3231. 12-14-5-1 For Sublet 2 BDR I bth nice location near UF and Shands. $265 per month. Call 378-2498. 12-10-3-1 OAK FOREST 3 bdr/2 bth oval Jon 1. OWN WASHER & DRYER, dishwasher, new carpet, 8420/mo. 378-4617 or375-8669. 12-14-5-1 Economy & privacy. Sublet I BR furn apt lote Dec-Aug only $200/mo. Close to UF and on buslin.Call371-6284evenings. 12-14-5-1 STONERIDGE overlooking pool & tennis courts. Furn 2 bdr/2 b. Move in md Dec or Jon. Call 376-5009 12-11-4-1 SUBLET now 1 bdrm pt in Lyons Apts. $225 mo. Rqtball, tennis, laundry. Begin Do 21 with Dc rent free. Coll 376-8329 or 377-8797. 12-11-4-1 Sublet, 1 bdrn 0apt. $225/mo, bike to UF. Rqtboll, tennis, laundry. Stort Dec 21. Dec rent free. Call 375-0954 or 377-8797. 12-11-4-1 Sublet Ig 2 bedrm townhs poolside 1 1/2 both furnished. 5 min to UF. Fr Qrt Aps. $320 + secty dep. Doc freel Must Seel 377-5150 Nowl 12-11-4-1 Free Dec rent -sublet now Ibr opt thru Aug $225/mo -Lyons Apts. Parking, laundry, rqball, close to campus. Call Sue 378-2719 anytime. 12-11-4-1 1 bdrm in a 2 bdrm apt. Kings Crook Apt. Good location, oc, het, balcony, good roommates, clean. Call 373-6989 anytime. 12-11-4-1 Sublet Ig 1 unfurnished bcoom0 opt in Stoneridge 2nd floor. Available 1-1-82. $285. Coll Barbara after 6 pof 377-7714. 12-11-4-1 Wish to rent or sublet 2 bed unfurn apt by 1-1-82. In Hawaii n VIge, Camelot, Pt West or Country Vige. Call BW ofter 6 -377-7714. 12-11-4-1 SUBLEASE efficiency 2 blocks from campus .$172.50. Available Jon. 1, '82. Call Nicky 378-7705 after 7 PM. 12-14-5-1 Sublet spacious 2 br 2 baths furn. 0porm. close to UF, Shands, VA. Avail. Jon. 1. Pool, laundry, quiet rea $380/mo. call 375-5620. See youl 12-14-5-1 Efficiency opt. for rent. A/C, all carpeted, dishwasher, nice-quiet neighborhood. $190/month + $100deposit. Coll 375-2832 p.7m. 12-10-3-1 Economy, privacy of 3 bdrm opt avoil Jn. Beautiful & cheap. Cut$34 to$399/mo, free couch, 2 ez chrs, on bus rt, roomy 371-1040. 12-.)4-5-1 month 371-6611 12-8 5-1

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alliator, tuesdsy, december, 1981, at r d a i i h 2bhofIttern Rmm needed Jin 1/82 m1. -Brn,sher,washer, dryr, pets ok. Lease dywine apt, 2nd floor, own rm & bth jJ.-l 31 1024 NW 3.8 S. Ph 378-7907. $185/mo. + 1/2 10ol. Move n 63 361, 12.14-5-1 sno. gy, nry. Ph 373-7907. 12-8.5-2 Stbt., nice, quot furn ff",c-y ncyvalbl erlM or F. Own r.-mim 2 br apt ., SW Dc 23, 9 dy ,,rt free. Very close to com16th. $105/mo plus 1/3 ,il, Cll 377-4703 6 parking, $170/mO. Cll Tss ofer 5:00 12-8-5-2 rn 377-6483 12-14-5-1 Female wanted ao share 2 br 2 both a $161 + 1/2uo,s Ma1e10c Oaks Call EOOMI T 373-0911. 12-9-6-2 Fully IURNISHED 2 88Cnd Fo m18 27-,br6 1 1/26bhp m38 fr 2n 3m. n,uds 3all1 w ch own oo, rgl ,UTIITIES cb.,HBO Snl 2 8r8en porh, w4sh3r/dry*r, bus, $175. U72TE, 3361, 380 g331 8225/m3, 2 k37.71 d 12-13-1-2 ps66s $130/ 371-0958 3f n ans 7445-2135 12-11-7-2 36k Frs. Apts,. 3 bdr nhs w/d, 1/3 _tlItes8 $140 m36. Avi13b18 immd. C31 * Coservative 3753937 12-9-10-2 emale wned * ---Prally furIhd 2br .t ff TwerRd. No 33r own .amn33 br 2 both house n NE pot $13250 + 1/2'1 376-4099 373-7436 arealowv,11Very nice $1333 m. C31 12-1-7-2 375-2217 12-8-5-2 FMALE R MATE NEEDED. Shr Ig Mle w1 Conservative room ms,.4bedroomnp6is3bdrom p4 .3m3t. No pot. To share 2 b apt off Tower w,,h wclkngdistance1.oP-1 Call Road $1303m + 1/2O1 376-4099 any me374-8784. 12-8-5-2 12-11-7-2 fREE RENT UNTIL JAN. fort omao1 .shr W0333d3m38 ro3mm3t8 0334 17b3k 1frm3 no r 2 bdr apt. Move in immediately 13ps 137$prmnh+1/24-lihtles $13 3 1/2 Pool, loudy. Nancy374-476. One month FREE ren Phone 371-64after 12-8-5-2 7p3. 12-9-5-2 FalToes wdsid 3 3p3rtment with *OAKFOREST* rpc Mstr bed with both $130 Plus Female non-sker far n emvtr Own /4 ltltles plPlus depos. Cll:375-6070. bdrm. share w/ 2 g1s F1rp. $136 12-8 5-2 mo. Lesle 378-1126. 12-9-5-2 OWN unum bdr in gr a sr good Female oomae wanted to hr. OWN Nu smIn 3 hs/n, Ig ps. $100. bedroom opt in Han,, Vllage.Fully ur po, & 1/4 il. Is1/1st/$75 dp/flel. 6nshed-4 clubhouse, pool & lundom 375.1490 12-8-SASAP. C 11376-8178. 12-9-5-2 Ph"en x, own o in 2 -bd/2 bh Females1 nsmkr -own rm 'n ,nw 22 3ownhouse starting D8 19. Studio-s,6 bdrm/ 1 lh ap,, aSW.N ;,rep,sbI, .smok8r $120 + 1/3 util. $50 sec 1dp. Professional or rd 333p3e rd $1575 + C.11373-4170ifor 5 PM. 12-8-5-2 dp, ul371-839. 12-9-5-2 Mal roomm n.dd biforJan. I for Two Rooms available in pl3 3 3 v8 NW P rig sm S. hre 4 bed-o 8 house, 2 mi3 from UF Call 377-8482 Keep towhouse at Th Vil1g4 6p. Als have tryng. 12-9-5-2 double bed farsi.4 $75.00. Rent is $102.50 + 1/2 utilities. Need deposit and first mo. Hurry! Fem rmmt needed 3 bd/,m 2 b 313-7366. 12-8-5-2 -furn p in 6he Pines $134 + 1/3fil,. Beg Dec 17. Pool, bus t, cable, call 378-9287, or m.ie Roommate Wanted. Mature responsi378-300. 12-9-5-2 ble for modern, furnished 2 OR AP. Own FEMALE roommate wanted to share 3 bdr R371-2351. 12-8-5-2 p3 1 1mle from 1pus in NW. $1053 m Sludi-s n83moker only .373-2470 OAK FOREST cluiv. 0wnloom in 3 br 12-9-5-2 b2.ut3f13rn3pt. Pootsouno cu nns, 33ub $140/mo F 386/83. 343. 378-9372. 46633338136638.4Pin8ree Gard Aps 12 11-6-2 Own room in 3 bedroom $131.00 p/o3 and 1/3 uil. Pool, tennis court and basketFemale to share 4 b6-3m Village Apt. ball court Open J 3.378-084. 12-9-5-2 own11 r3 $302.30 + 3/4 3il. No sec depon. 0333 A3sn 377-28669 k 33 ry-6M3o3re Responsib63person or own room in 3g33leve4. 12-8-5-2 nice 3 b.SW house only 2 1/2m3ls from cmpus Bg yrd, w/d, cent a/c.$120/o *6*183m338r33. an3ed 31* *2 bdrm N .Call 373-63102JIm 12-9-5-2 2 bothL w itins.*. Nice yrd and ---3 nghbr. w 3663 nd4b8h. C 013366w -46836n room in 4 bdrm house 3 blks east of 373-053* 12-8-5-2 1gert. Fireplace $100/th 375-7262 127-3-2 Female roommate wonted for next sem srWINDMEADOWSN$20 ma + 1/3 Wanted r3mmates for 3 bedroom h usin u/ IPool, ennscourts, sun3372-97A4. 6NE1,con $300.00+ utities,.Must s, to 12-8-5-2 be3veCall nytm392-6904. 12-9-5-2 M ommte needed for ownroom i un3MI, r mmaetosbleto-A_ m2, br 2bthqdrplx in _SW6 8n33r combd/16b333p8n33633mpu.8360/m3 A v,3 34$301247 2+ -/3 utity. D r8ent r3. 3377 312 stde-8 s3-3nt n3nmer. Cull37-247 12--52 3777630284-2 IMMEDIATE ROOMMATE AVAILABLE IN OAK 86633 needed n88s6m3s3For8134 FOREST ATS DEC. RENT FREE. Ca 633 338cs to U r un-unish. $3 3nd3 77-0336 12-8-5-2 1/24u1,es C1 373-6368 12-8-3-2 nmm3 wnd far Jin. PHOENIX AREA Rmt for plush b 6of8 3pt33 6eauully3 -FURNISHED ONE BRM, 1 BATH $150 + furn, 333s 36mp 34-and exco4n3 -31,1e C1375-5404. 12-8-5-2 3f3ch1is Rn $125 1/2 u3C C.31 37-8482(7-12pm) 12-11-7-2 03nrom,,n4 br/2 b townhouse $102.50 + -----------------1 4u l66Pool, w3sh/dry8 3tnnis, 3ball & Toema.3 Peva 4en3rc3 Own 3m" In 3 I3 -u,0Vllage ApI.73-707 68.4d 2 both p 3 b3 ocks 3 UF $135 re3. v n2--52 ms A -ut3,1,dh p".d4 Call 377-6148 or 2-8~5-2377-889 12952 1 The Ps -2 b,/2 botha pt Beautifuly -----3----2 -Ihd uxuy aPt w/ brss. c iemaeonr -s 'u 3B W /m4cwave/nd plan. Tnns/swm home 2 mtoF1Frn3shedva w/d.3repl. mn/sn Dec. r/3valble Dc 17 $155/m + 1/3 uil No D3p36t .1 $95/m and 1/2 4ldoes .377X37 377-1719 Nope4s312-13-7-2 12 8 52-------------------WINDMEADOWS IF1-mowtd f-r P seem .Own bdrmnfr hd dmo, Needto aoml rn Jan Ihru Mar 20 Will1,7 permo URi-2836 I y b mei ngoay pt $500 for whole period + p2e--2 uR3IP.3e help-call Chuck 378-7130 2 Thaks 2-85-2Roommate needed -on m -n22Ibr 2 both 1013.033800MM1636133t38 3636 14-33,83rnishedpt 3 blcks to UF Sr Jng Jt3 FEMA43E R433,6ATE 26833333 336r 36363 3343se4ca3306rk373-079-7 1209-5-2 emesoer(spring) 2 bdrm opt close to ca,Pe s 0M r 7 -(-)7 ---1---5 -p sCal 373 -8017 12-8-5-2-----_--------------Own .mton3n3 b/2 both h ue Near Fe-male own room in3 d 2 bth house G,1. -O' M 1306 33333/3-l g4d o6 prof pfd $125/mo + 1/3 of uil Start rn3ng in Jan Call 37132701 and 6 sk S4-3r36 Jan 371-1895. 12-8-5-2 for K,12-11-5-2 Female nonmkr I.shre bdrm mfurn-shed Nae shefr brp srmgJn 2 bdrm p W$ month +I/3 utilities. Start M2e e he.cftraircp 4-333$063+ 33-,,,8533 M33-3133IU 433 f13634-3 SJan Call 3731597. 12-10-7-2 033363 PFrk3Aps $S120/ 378433 Nmloset'samps__ _o, k3ff3375-63 Used F,-o,,Te NsIus-,3nat fmle wanted sublewn UsedFormi /e rm in 2 bd/2 bn turn opt $193 m. + 1/2 Buy & Sell ,I .Cal33789448 12-95-2 377 6700 grodtsudent far own "'m i i 818 W. Univ. Ave. NW3 b6/2 06house083336he33/,r 6 33B73306833oBel683s/3dyer. $150/3m + 1/3 ehd c 5e 7-15 688688461er 2-9-52 S-378-818 INIDIE OAKS MALL AST Of 16 ON lN"AE" noC WHERE YOUR ENTERINMENT SS BUYS MORE! $1.75 DAILY TWI-LITE SHOWE NAEMENS C45E Belle D TI rW t'W'hom6 Prince of The City wal*:5 t1.75$ -5:05 15:15 ot$1.75) -6:30 ssy Sprcek Richord Prva Coals Miners Bustin Loose Dauyh5: r (48W 33181.75)8:1 Gay Coeman33 On the Eight Track Body Heat n (5:413 $1.75) -:0 g (5:45 /6 $1.75) -8:15 F1mle r6mmt 13663 3f 2 BR6 01w36om $155/mo + /33 Sh6o86 $77 50/m + 11/4 allf3rrshd3expr lo, 6R Cal3375-1480 12-9-5-2 N-3, n3-3smk6n 187"' 8.OkfFa "' 2 0. 26833 4n-3 $170 + 1/2 Co1l cll 375.2114 K p 88 yg 12-9-5-2 Female -0O R and bth n 2 R R Oaks $130/m. 3d 1/3ls4, 3s3a 66Jn.av m-dDec Call 37112933ofer 6 12 9-5-2 emaleroomm8need-d326 br$76 en+ ,4""33n C, 0633 0Ca 63 371 2005 12-925-26 Fema.,:nro.m, lrge2-b ba, p, c33s8 3mp3s, 3n b8 r $ 39/mo and 3/2 1,l A43bl3 Dec. 20. 6C3 377-1446 28 -4-2 M-1w.nld so s arom n 2 bdm/2 b 4th -6r3dy 8ap 3433, s-n, weghrom 1cuhouse, ludy oc/heat 80'/33 "s3 376-2955 12-9-5 2 Female rmma-ewaned I shr' 2 bdm 2 b83 63 8begm Jn N -smkng $95 75/m3+ 1/41, 3Call3 P3y 375-4471 2 9-5-2 Female rommae needed 5spngsmstr a he mas3r bdro 33m and both $105 34r mon3h pl .,1/4 u Calles. 0633 373-9460 12-9-5-2 Cwn br n 2 br dpexony so blk fr.m c6p3 s $13230 p, 1/2 u-,I8s c, 11 377-3888 93 38 6y 6904 SW 6h A03 Female 12-9-52 Needed femate so sharom S0lo0/mh + 1/44ht-3,,s F4-rnhd 3774518 12-95-2 Female rommae needed fo, Jn Own r333po.ls3de.Gtorwood Apts. Cls 3to3 c3/mp3s Cal376-01 12-9-5-2 DESPERATE0038 Fm. 3mm needed 063 66m/b83 1 3fnhed 2 bdm/2 both spio-s aptn. J3.Call Nancy 373-1280. 12-9-5-2 F-mle romaeneeded t. sh.r. 3 br n N.W. 980, phone 633 u-3lities ,n4l-dd. $ 300 mo 0l63 6,3 r 6b p3. 376-5292. 12-9-5-2 Female 800te needed to se 3 b I nsI N33 N HB,3 8phon33 d u3lisescl,dd.S T3,/moCall Kmo Bob ph 376-5291 129-532 a/2 Ile 1. Shads! Ownrombrnnw, owuI Fem grad/pof stden nnmo; Pol, pnd, qe $150 fun/unIun 3763/_76.81pm.p2105-2 Mt-refeml:r'mt needed on om n 3 br2 b Ok Fores Ap w-th /d $3/m + 1/3 ,tss 3--r Call 1 684337308882 1210-52 6 = m omte needed for2b w oh Ga-rwod p.Own oom $65 month 1/2 0dl. Call Jay Gr3n34 375-1629 o l3ee mss4ge 376-4458 F3333. benf3is 12-10-5-2 Persan nedd 1. ent ms-er m n fou berom ow Nos-N -m.Nice lo.a. 333381486pr m' + 1/4 3 0 C11373-2977 12 10-52 Mle d stden ned mne. 1.har 2-dr 34--3p3.03w.om, one block o T3g. $125/mo + 4h3ty Call 378-7742 2288-3332 Fem.le Roommate -wnarom n-new2 d 1/ 2b twnhs. M-r, nonmoke, mm ,d cc ar egJ"n $M10+1/3 0',l 371-178.f-er 430 12 1052 FREE 1/2 mo rent Mostd,3 w/ 3err3ce,3 n -h-se 2 pools & 1undy Na, 3 6mps & shoppng.10 & T31408 3711744 210-562 RoommIe n.ded o Jnar 111 per mnh1 /2 u"l 'es '03'W 2d Ave y JeffJ2, 32-35-5-2 THE VILLAGE, ow.romm f-rshed 4 bdr080 ARhose $102 50 a mnh3 37121615 12 -10-5-2 0 0OwrIbN 33b/2 b h,1/ 3, kc4 3 63m6343from3amp3s 3613 43663 E-2d 375-404 121162 Wanled -1maeso s'ar fun I br apt REDERCK3GARDENS 3mIs 1,of 3Ps$122.50 + 1/2 othes 3774519 -1210-5-2 VEGETARIAN -rmm3 a 12/15 in 348338 bdrm home 1 m hfr o.awschool $120/mo S /3 -s A h, /d Call Molly r Anne B 376-4113 12 -10-5-2 Femle -on roomNW h".sElke ocm p, 333n4s-4.s, -I 3833333Ible wash/dy 'r"' eamoe $140 + 1/ 377.371-1483 1214-7-2 C on~ssra respnsible pr,,,: o hre cl3n8, ly rennov ed 2 136 both h-o s arG'v1. MallCsrombike to UF, 'Ios1, bus s'E"p,lqet neighborhood Begm an $ 147 5/m + 1/2 ull. CAl 377-1747 12147-2 0 F to smbedrmopt 0-wnrm 1/2 old 1i49 m.Cnmv n Dec 16 ,r Jn Aoss f-om v/Shads -ummt Ho Cll n-w 373-09281 12-8-3 2 333 0 r3a3.mp.,] Right dehin So6b $30 + 1/24-333. 378-530f-1r 3:00. peep rymI 12 1"-2 0-min mod 3 Er hou I namI r Shrnss W/d, dishwasher and fireplace. Mature gr3d or pro st prf. $150 43/3 Wt-3 371-0990. 12-11-6-2 Desprtely need roommate. 3ive at Country Village for $94. Many benefits. Call Suse 377-2990 for information 2-8-3-2 Female hshor 92 r,I1/2b ownh6us-8 In SW or,8 $162/m pl-1/2 fiT, s. Gd s-denr," consider, / s.csof hm., Pef3338 Cll Michel37-0079 12-9-4.2 bed 1/2 6h6 pI I mle r,m ,. 363., 3-dry, b, $131 + 1/3 .3Call Angel3 373-9700-vnmg. 121 052 M63, ownrm3,3 h64-8863 bs r4-u 3m NW, 8310 + /3 -ll, 33be A-1, early Dec Joe 373-57212-1052 Fematte Roommte W3td -Vllage Pok Apt Only $76.25 + 1/41 2 3Dc rent free Call 377-0529 or 378-0814 12-8-3-2 Nonm3kmg femr 1.wand Own r.om n 2 6833 townho sPhx $125/mo + 1/3 4thtsAvInow3ack -2ak 63 3Amy 374I 6. 21052 Female roommate eeed to hea"on bedroom n 2 edr om pt on SW 16h Av OCl ive_mm b,ke 1. cmpusCall Patsy 371-1858. 121405-2 Ma-r studhous person to shors 2 bdmpt, ownr"6, $135/m + 1/2tI .6,633 63d.r s.r dr-e 1. campus frm SW arCal 3733-4987 3 82 380-52 Low~m sdn needs opt for 2nd mw/grd .r ",/ rCal of.r 10 pm lc.1 ,POp f.r B n O-731-7127. LI.-e#, I will r.,un cal 12-1&-5-2 Feml wanted. o,.hari mlter bdro:mm nice Hw Vill opt f3r W03r 8m S4mmer opt0n Only $98 75/mo. 3Hno 371-1572 12-8-3-2 Own 3m/bh n 2 b, 2 b tr,',rfornsmoking fmi. Ren, $20, 1/2 4-3,33,s, 33s3 sec. A683abl0 Dec or Jan Call Clyn 37,6179., 2-10-5-2 2 nonsmk rmms, SW arc, I shared rm at $80 Own oom at $150. Pls 1/3 elec phone, 3ble/HBO Ned Ist, last, S, Ph.377-2331, Mark. 12-10-5-2 Roommat needed to shre bedroom,n a 2 bdroom ., V, .dm.d"w 2-a2* Oak Forest ApIs, 3 bd30hs .13ly frshed, own oom 1/3 4-ih,es $134 m Call 373-4664. 12-9-4-2 Femole roommate nonsmke for I brm in rm ownh-e, 3Village Ap3 $302/m + 1/4 ,3il + deposit, Start Jn 377-2874 12-10-5-2 Female 1n kr3 6 3h33 .bdrmfn-0hd 2 bdm opt 80 month + 1/3 hI,,es Start n Jan. 3711597 12107-2 F.I. -ea edd to sitr.r.om from Dc 28 63 Fn3shed 2 bed 2 both pt e hand. C64nyGadns375-1999 $98 mh 114 u 3 6 1210-5820 GOOD DEAU Female 'a share opt Own room f3ly funshed, close to campus. 6Easy going oomma3 142/mo C6 377-3050 now! 12-1052 Roommae for png w/ sme pin own roomin 2 lb, I / 2 boh Phon 3313366-88. 830/36 3+ t/2 4l ll03 N663 3 3t4-609 F376-44581147 2Ca -36/884---,3838 -------36.4/1'813/333,324-3,3,3es 376-379b6dn6'&8 Fm 32-1 5 2 --i mm.3 bh. W --3388 o prefeed$ 333 31$340 ( wr bh) + dlep Q-, wded a 3 Pl3s4 keep try n371-2250. 12-14-5-2 S-artg Ja Y-uown cge m's"r bedroom n bramd new cnd / "00'$140 + 4-33. 1, Call Lry 63 A374-4741. 12-11 5-2 R833334 3fr ,g 2 6833/2 6836633 3sh383 AC p333 3s3ns, 6c88s 1i U, 3n6nsmker$155 + 123I CaSter' n b3wnnoon3 nd943m377-6399 e beheve!12-115-2 ONLY $110/MONTH Woodgte Apts I m m' n .os. P3ol, qbo6l, 3tenn ,c Call 375-7834 3r 374-8827 12-1 1 52 F3m33 Nmk, for q-1 3r 2 b NW p Ow3 sp31o3s-rom, p33l 31 m 3fr UF. 373-6196 121042 MAE3 bloks UF Own f-rnshedro 5 ro3mh3 ,s. $325-135,1mc4"ude s 38es K,3ch3, 668383.r, 333 -3P.4s 378-822. 375-1075, 376-6652 12-1466-2 bemle OOM e sar .,pr-en n-,rOaks Mal A v table Jon. 661420-6 + 1 364s Call 377 3288 12-14-6-2 -emal.R-~e RA A P newood. Prefer n-mk, $120 + 1/2 3 A-iable D5 1. Cl 37-9578 or 3834123 23 ,33848 6It *FEALE-ownrom m* BEUTIFL f.nhd tous ool, fireplace, wsh-dry'r. $155 monthly Wayne 377-033* **12-115-2 One bedoom -1 1,ge 4adr h""s 2 636 888p3 s 3338ISW6 2 A6v4 $87.50/3 / a14 ol,3 063836s88863 p 371276. 12-10-2 FREE 1/2 mo rent most brm w/ terrce n wnho2 pools dry, -n-r 88p 6 334shopping 1/3 u4-0 9-1n3$140 371-1734. 312-6-5-2 ib. i .81-333867 1m3 6 3to share Sbd I bth fuishe"d Wp .1 Coury Maor. Cl-s to UF and San. F 373-7522 12-14-6.2 .atd -m r omat orn w A rmmse w.n'-d I. sho. large 3963 f6 spmg 82. $332/m. + 3/3 sm 6633-3edIrp n Rgcy Oaks u-3l :3sCAo313bleDe C $ll J-m or Dan 1 $32 +/2 3IIl,68s s 3ng JanI Cal3 a 370-452 32-33-5-2 377-7299 12-0-3-2 Female: oct-v, fn,8s4ud3f4s upIv s4female 93d 83d3 8k8 ep3s8b3 dn83 $,55/mo3+-/2 3l,, dp f, OWN 3 6f.m.o sarhe -s-s of IvngIy ROOM, spoc3-s, no cg, cil 377-305, b 468 opt3bh5d Norman $10 + 3/2 any3,. 12-11-5-2 1 3376-479lX 12-14-52 Ml, nedd 1. share m-, bdrm m large MalI ,o share 2 b/ bh, partly f-rnopt m nely f.nhd Bradywm, opt immed Phoen x cmp. Own room, -/d hook-p, 380, 3663, 1383ght 3$140/3mo + 1/3 d3hwshfr, ee 16, 3 6pe 38 ok Roommate 373-7961 12-13-5-2 co3l and sIde6 8 $3150/m3 373-0213 63 375-7786. Dc rnfree! 12-11--2 11male for ,unfurn own room It both fo $14836. pIus 1/3_3F3lry33--s 36333183 3333368 needed3Jan332. 016n p.Av3 Jan. N8 3333 Call 376-68966 -2 bedroom I both n-ohd $150 m h + 12-11-5-2 1/2 t3ht-3s Phen x 375-508 8Katheo _4 A16 12145-2 Romm,. needed s-,rNgJan. 0wnroom "n 4 bdrm ho-s 2 mies from UF $100/mo Female nn-mkr 1. share deantwo + 1/4 .1,-188 Spac-8s 33ng3. 377-202 bedroom foshd apartment m SW r3a 12-13-5-2 Close 9 UF $150/36.377-631 12-14-5-2 MALE, VIZCAYA CONDO. 2 bedroom, f,Fem663, 836 w363a r, ,nId opt Own 3n6sd 8 3cept bed $110 + 1/3 4u-lit3es ors. 3963 V3338 3 8347 0 + 1/2 4u-,h8es. Pool sn 6Ca3after 5 pm. 371-6164 Poolcentral-r and heat, l33ndy C0l 12-104-2 378-9622 12-8-1-2 M3 363mma8 63nt8d for 2 bdr, I both F on6rm 3 bdrm pt3n Regency Oaks 6P 30 mm 63from 3cmpus. 850 m + 1/2 540mh + 3/34-3iyJan. en, fre Ca .13. 3C33377-5238 12-4-6-2 Randy 373-9923 12 10-3-2 OWN ROM6n 3 bdrm hs 5 blks from Female 9w8 oom/p-ive enronce n 4 c3mp3s, pesn g 3, Jan. .bdrm 2 both opt 3 blocks to UF 135/mls $00/ma + 1/3. Call Bob or Tom a wih3 ms 00,s already p. d Cal 371-7946 12-11-5-2 373-4847 or 373-6805 12-14-5-2 FMLE R 7OMATE WANTED, for, 3 bd83R 8omm33 93-edprefer female 2 hom',"asher/dyer, firop bke to UF bedroom houa n NW 20 Ae $112 50 + $145/36333 0333J4-33373-5369 12-11-5-2 1/2 other p. LIber3/Nn-mokes, Call 374-8780 1214-52 FeaeroommaI 1o share 2 bdrm UnGadns opt P Pol, nikegr.ns, laundry Femalm~te want stortg Jn for 2 r66m. $855. 338383 w3rk6n6 r3, 8, grad swbdm, Ib 1. bhmItlb n W 3ndmeadows 3833 Barbara 373-6514, after 3:300 tr3I 6 park rent $132 50 + 1/2 12-11-5-2 l6 deposit. P6r33lly fr.Nc 86dy --yard.1C3371-6029. 12-10-3-2 Female 1. share sp -1, mt bdrm $126 + 1/3 u3t,8. F-shd8 pt n G rw.d3 3I9r 2 female ROOMMATES to share Ig M66 3 3md Dec Must 88 376-1901 bedroom. Pool, foudry, cl3s0 to comps 12-1 -5-2 Vi33 P6kApt. 3$15/33mh + 1/3, 60CALL 3712066 12-11-4-2 03ea female oome 3want6d-Own room .n 2 bd/2 b6 3 9IHwin 0333198. Only I bdr8m, 6 3 bathroom opt. 7n 3$172.50 per mn0h-c33 373-8435 36133 34-ball, poo. Sem, -rnshd. Cl L,3ry0 M-, n md-Dc 1232-11-5-2 392-7887/372-9476 12-11-4-2 County Manor Apts. Own33amn 3 bdr/2 2 female oommatesb8gnnnw-nte bh opt0r6$139.33/mo + 1/3.1d. C6ll any 8838608336se82 bpt. 3 blcks o UF. IM., 37136637 32-11-5.2 Rn cheap P. 3n9g63l. Cal3 373-7833. Keptry'g. 12-14-5-2 Femle sud-n -hnsd 1. share mas,., bdrm msemf.n 2 bdrm G0-orwod-P Female mm. needed n Ig 2 bdrm 1h, Dec rent free $105 month + 1/3tlI poolsde8 pt. 0wn m $167/mo + 1/2 377-369 12-10-4.-2 tites, .Ecellent-1c36n. Close to b s 08stop 34shppg 373-6319 3 ,l6eDec. Mae roommo e wanted to share 12-14-5-2 bedroom pt. $104.50/m + 8ut8I, s M _s_ be responsible and nonsmoker. Call OWN ROOMI bl4ck fm camp-s4. 133h6d. 37-65393sk0forVl. 12-0-4-2 fir3plc $98 + 1/4 uoIo,. 375-6852 8ny2 me. 12-10-3-2 Roommae Wanted .x .semester n 2 b Frn34shd-cp3 .&150/m. + 1/2 4-313s-FEM1 rm1 36 o0 -D8c o2J.1w3rom rc3 377-7998. 12-11-5-2 dr, Wdme3dows4 o. 5.83 6w3 0r-0Nexccp3-rc. for bed. N rom6es. $140 + 1/3 Need o6mmaArchrwodsAp,, .2 ,l371-1190. 12-11-4-2 bedroom I bth, $80 per month 1/4_utht __ Ask forJhnGeore373-0431. 2-11-5-2 Fe13 0wn3 frised6room-m3be684,f3 N W oeC Is. oU Nonmker pef ne.1. 1 150 +tui No 1-s 376-7.4venngs be nto aoommte, mrn 0e ea ut1292-2 334a nonsm6o8 er392 ,3,6 63666, S V,11 $ 31+ /2 -Il, Bob 376-T,23, 3f3405 Noz-b-, 9k 32-13-5-2 JAN RENT FREE Roommte-wad -, 8bdrmn3-3 0bdrm 4-f-y ub3t my bdrm r. 2 bdm Phen ap3ColorT, 3nmdsrcpve Ap80 6$150/m +4-ul, bsr, deon. A1 Dec 039s8 19 c9mp)s $055/ask f0r Stcy 20 Call371-09999. 2-4-5-2 12-11-5-2 MALE roommte needed far 2 b opt, French 0room,b ___s 2bt pt Q$160/ m p3s 1/2 d 371.7304 w/w carpe6pool33,3s-na, lsnns,,Im2 p 0-8,o$6pm7pm, mlnpfrI 12/10-32 UF 170 /2 n 1d l. C$38 371-0645 12-11-5-2 LARGE SUNNY ROOM n33 3 br house 9 -b3lks from UF Frnh8d, bg yard, nc: GREAT DEL0fem33 339h 2 b 6 2 both area Prefer 1_,3 n8 ma3ur0 38m63, wn b, -w136 : UF. 6hand, pef 9rd/$150/33333375-2590/372-8033 12-10.3-2 3/srr 3t9n9g1ab 0.Cn3ryGdns372-0666 32-13-5-2 3 6blck b,d Norman Hall -Iday3 free d ---f--rent$ 04 D y J6n 1s3 3d, 33s3, 830 dp Wanted r 34393 malec m 3C3r0are-3 125 m h-Own bdro3m80393 s0 u-s,, 4-93,3 3233 2 3 34-3433IC n377 female, rank ir or39 664 373-9415 974612-3152 12 14-5-2 Pl9 ahed NOW FOR Sprg sm SubletI 3 Fm3 = r33mm93 l w9ned. -3vt in Th r93 n323bdrm fn-h3d Phenx ApI Av _"ge 0333384348348043 0wn 339m J63 3 8330/m3 +3 3. bus r3, cnCa39 I 8 t43 s1 3102 50/onth p34s 1/4 u-l3t3es 37-0999 12-10-5-2 Cpi'373-3488 3nyIme 32-33-4-2 Female rmm343 share 2 bd33I both Rmmte wanted-6n r99m 3 2 3bdrm urn optw th ./d Rens $175, 1/2 -3lls duplx close 1, UF Nce yrdps k Call Ples3callJacd,378-10006r376-9950 After 6 L-r or Jn 371-2519 616 NW 19 Ae pm 2-34-5-2 12-11-4-2 THE VIL0eL 3683m mn4bedrm n9 p4DFema non smok n 639nm 8.e 2 bdm rent frA-vlnow $102 50/mh plus 14 f-rnhod PHENIX ap, 31503 + /2 I.0C3ll Be378-7538, 12-10-3-2 u 3esb6 3 bke to UF 371-3666 12114 2 Dspr36r9393433needed 33share4 3 bedroom H-w 3 VI3oge/ 3 other 0,rs Wmdmedos 1 or 2 fmlemswonld 2 Jan 1 $88975 Per m9 Call 378-5722 bdr 2 8b3 6p $95-$126 + I'Il Great 12-10-3-2 333m1Cs 0633 373-9202 n-w Ak for Joanna 933e ro 63bma3e wN9dto shar $3wpo Nbdr 12 10-32 pt 3 blocks b,1 nd Norm n Ha l 4 erN-onokgfma "nededto hr 2 bd m6n e + /2 38388ease ca13973-622 9p313w9room93r3s36r8E6sy3b6k/bs6 12-34-5-2 'mpus For more nf c 392-7761 121452 Mle roomate owned I., sprng Own bdrm $12730 +0/2 ul SW ar Call LIN URGENTLY 3,883 r39mm6t o0 J 376-8373093o4 p 12-39-9-2 3,rs3 8325 93mon4 3 3 2 C33 Male rommoe needed. Clen,s-d-s 3776557 ater 4 121452 0633, 0633338y34383, 038, 434-3334N, r c3mp4s, C44n3ry 3333398 0306 73 VILLAGEAPTS3380603 fm3 me or 31333663 bed bothI fuy 3rnshed 810.00 + ;/2 1n 4 br 3b4-hos 3$102.50/3m9oFrnd, 0,33tes. Call 374-83864 Keep y9 3mpherg-3860 p 8I, K833, 373-9622 32-0-4 2 12-4 5 2 bMahs, ser ou V .ha. bscoon.s Neea 2 b.r1. s.d-n (pfer nonsmke) 1/2util Cll 373-91606fr 5 p. 12-11-4-2 m8 3Cmp ,A63bl J3 3Cal3 F.71 so harecs---76 631 2 14 2 F1m3 shr3 1yIsbr f3rn3opt St. 6a30 23 3333. 38333y, b-'3--I ro-638 l kForest06 -srbdrmn0.33 3 b33312b-If 28b343 C 36363338 68and3Shands 122.50. Call 2 both Pool + 03 9 n3 + senn3. A36lbl 'lcky371-0711. 12-11-4-2 ,mmed C03 r1 3 3710867 1,3 3:00 )2)034-2 G,orwod-.nld roommais fofat n bsdroam frnshd p.Cmp, .block Wanted o-smkg f.-na. so hr Good -:13w3 834d3n, 6m3l Spring .m 8 large bdm opt m Gorwd. Co Csl37-6264.nm .12-11-5-2 375-064333or mo6e de 3, 12-0-3-2 I

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14 liaotuesday, december 8, 1981 REAL ESTATE Buy IRocl11raprp.88 Asda log. Cnv11ten. ~ And lwgr.Cll for pfess-Ionl mqst Rdvice.Rlwor377-6789 Waye.D. M088 C-. I12-11-203 FOR SALE 1/2 PRICE BEDDING D N-ks, Dos.r, Ch.t, Sf2., .Id lecton to chofr7m WE ALSO BUY USED FURNITURE Se.ol Affodbl Frh;1.1, d B.ddn, 1201 E Un A (I blok Rs1 of WLdo Rod) 373-5500 12-114r 4 NINA'S NOOK D*sk. 11c. 1h-,, ch-,r hl-g, 0bds USED FURNITURE AREA'SZ8E10IBW Urv A v.lbhd Tc Bell 3776700 WE BUY FURNITURE 12-11-74-4 C7rpel + 1Yoom sIze r 1gsch1psl pr7c1s -d bs 1s1-1-o In 1-w SrIng8.111w Spply Co 1015 5 Ma, SIt 376-7511 12-1 171-4 Y-1-+ go nd olow pe = m-, -enybl drvg See Cr S. Sp.1.1ss UI 2201 NW 13 )35r,-11 372-2070 12 1174-4 14 Kl Gold JewI.rymklh.Ic s gUI uch e YU. s U1 1 he I Ies1. prc n wn U o Umon-rp Cll S1lI 378-3041 12 11-104 Dublebed $7500 Good co-11, Cl Jm373 766 12 854 Toy,. C,.n73 -c.n.m.cch.p. 1nPr1. n1 En k-1 E dl 'A."d 0n hwinn10 sd Best o.,r -nboth 375-5l3 3 2854 Bedrom UInUI--IIh1 slopwesr s--aate p-ees Double beddrese, dek' nghti RblI 2 bokhvs C.l L-3 375-5937 12 8 54 Fr-ed-monwcomany hs deveopd Mrd1be spoek-U htr-1-frbg nmbrnds.1 U C ll 30he0pc G ---d models .1 1v 1 Cpl3715215 1l0-ped ccl .5Shw Good'n" '7d "Cil Dle 375-3W212834 d S-'/rn", od'sk -1 h-r$150 Dn ,, $60 EnsO .Iblcoffee bl -ad chs of $25 $30 3766023 12-117 43 MUSTs12,,, ssof77pakers MAGNAPANAR MGII ad Daquis D Q 1 E$her s$550 eg C11 3770633 or 376-9849 1 2 954 1050 Pee Rece 15 IPe ,ale 1 8 -rk ply,r-eoder 2 Po r hEPm 150Col 3k7Cal'13731416.A, Asor Mdely2-,8d-3 TI1239-4 HAMMOCKS Impor-d Mxcan Hc$f2s D 0ffer s,/.l.$20 to $60 GetX-sghs C0,I377-0044 1295Cl L7d 1Sx10-Speed bk $85 Men's10Sped bke $45 Cl37 12066 128-4-4 D77b CBed,7k1 1 ,171 1WoodD.1 r. $21 CllM., 121n $ym378559648 1284G4 o Bed Sige "'eoly3mo swod$ Alo.9nwchd er $2 ,,L d1 $h5 s3d $15 Cl3716539 f2-r-o3m 1 28-4-4 MOVING SALE -Dbi bed dlress, mror, nghsln, dek, cofH .be, I mpsEx771n cd1171151n 37l8K0rIn.37--937 ---1 -----YAMAHA5 0-100P.1978. 8000m.s, T_rarhe met -Incded Need the bcks. $Bo pAd 0 37370 t-8 ter 9 p 12 10-5-4 19 HnO t.100 DBke-5 Cbe mde or, stet90 MPG .Ms1 Sell 2nl $1300 R-ns GreCt C l3755621 Beni n 2-0-5-4 WATERBED Fr Sle 15 yr waray, booksehodbod, be-t, SATIN SEES! Cil 3774540 Keep Tyg T,rn.ble TchncsSLD22, carde PRO 7 ke n-w$140 ReceverPoeer 20W per ch $130 4-.-p Inetale $40 Cll FoSle 1950 P ymoh d1-x Msse o .p. 1. Cmple tey orina m maculae c-do, $35C) Ph~ne 373 1071 Ex1 112. ,r 78-0766 12-14-5-4 M-n s24" Ten Speed B k Good .11 -rud cod ton d-,gmu-, s1 Ony $55 Bedrm. nd vnrom9 ne r-.i .sI] clen C-n--o C1, Wic 34-89 15 19 ,.,nl RAL.H APDE TEN SPEED 3 mo old G -t od onC I.-saG 3927298 BM Selec-c TPews.rbudl -w1h coenw mn, 4 hfff rbb-n $650 Cillf,,r5 tp m 3780863 1283 4 PonrC F500 C-s deck $7000 Kn -ooJKT6 5 AM-FM S-.r '-'nrws $300n-w.5 1 80 00 obo PZay -0 w" g' .mp $5 0031671. 12-3-4 Sal. % air oggr.otdor ktesA/ m" ad k ePd k new 60 'As0 pluhbrwnc"p, 8'7' $1 5 C 1 Sterhg btwn noon and 4 pm weekdays 377-6399. 12-10-4-4 Complete iving rm se't Includes1 .8711. chairs & tabls. $258 negotiable 371-7325 11w. 12-1bs6-2 Desk, dresser and waterbed. Furniture is contemporary. Will sell all for $250.80. Call Noett377-4973. 12-11-5-4PUCH 1A1X MOPED Excellent condition, w/ c-del loci, -;nd moent Mfanu, $375. Call 3. 91-5425 jefi 2 ;1 5.4 dissertations, resumes, etc. Rita 375-1486 12-11-64-6 Spoiling ckd, grammar, etc.2-86** Nr Gville Moll -NW 87th St. 372-7856Morge 12-11-9-6 TYPING & EDITING Recorded on m g card--Upding without retyping Grad School approved Katherine (9-5)373-9822after537-3768 12-11-55-6 WEDDINGINVITATIONSone weekdeivery. Hundreds of Styles. Cliff Hall Printing 1103 N. Main SI. 376-9951. 12-11-72-9 Unwanted Har Removed Forever 30 years exp. Edmund Dwyer R.E. facial hair removal Rhoda Frino R.E. body hairb ikini-Line hair gone forever. We're of 4040 Newberry Rd. Suite 1350 Gainesville ph. 372-039. 2-1 -29 69 Dodg compw/-a, potop, bed, so. 87ig 177il, -.BRRE, 2gas.,o1 n.d 7n work. MUSTSEW $700E gootble. clScoR 373-9654. 12-1154 Trpl d1s-/ w/ 17iro8S $850. 28dine/2 6c8hU11$6ANeg~o.lbI. $1y8711 y -or wsR f8o .nd of1 s1msft. Phon8 375-0780. 12-0-4-4 Mst .il Sony SU-0 Mpkhs .Wll 8ke bls ff6r $15$60.00. Cil To, Pleas 392-845 12-9-374 DO 8 $R RECORD SALE on Thur12-10-81 100's of LPs of only $1. Tolly unrelhs, bolru. 1hodf. 12-9-.22-9-34 Mopedesk w-h -xd--wr $3000. Mple -ap table $15.00 Folding bed $35 00. 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University AV.q.ABORTION 88 ard Crtfied Gyn1co1ogis I ndividu l Coulig ( sm dy) ESictly Confidential Pr8ftsrial N1ing Stff FREE PREGNANCY TESTS BIRTH CONTROL CLINIC 378-9191 AW. H-l Center of G.nsvIllI. 1905NW 13th StrtSole3. 12-1-76-9 PASSPORT111E11T jobapphol 1178. mephol11, * : READY IN 60 Seconds * Med, 1,9.9 P01hogop hy, 21 SE. 2nd place 375-1911. 12-1161-9 $$for rcords.We by, s.It + Irde rcods atTOM' USED GROOVES 142 W Unv A. (bv. 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Svng h G'dol area for 7 ys On,y ,tl at,,. d-nproitchn< 0 n1 .Gan8svll l 377-5055 ,11Cntr./Gyn.011 11 Cvc.10 Cps Vas1c"my C1I7c8 12-11 319 M-cr oc ompulers Compllr Sys1Tm Rsouc-sInc. nn1101.,rP z. G' i 1. 's compute swor Only 1th .AppI 0Dealr 1, AI.U, K, North St, DEC, a1d2mor1-. 11l, pr1n7er, NERDCIIlp, 0book, p=-rs forbus & ch7 Clss111s11 sr" 11/23T1e-37 MICRO 1201259 L.1rn-oo _play gua -Bc technI. s ,.,o bnch o no 11 tles Richrw d 375-8068 128-209 500 WARMUPS Add,,s warmps tog: $100, sle $79.88 Hgsechnof roherbrands -ofI-m $11.8-U,,r 200 In women's s1zes 111yd2 "I"rkN's Roc1l ShO1p. 150 SW 131hS1 372 7.36 Nx, to h Jncn. 12-11-5-9 SWEATPANTS $7.88 plls20, off sw 18 shoodd, 1hoo.d, 11c. wc h -11or0h-r pk0, 7nd2 hey wn, y117 b7d. L11d Cl1k's Rocket Shop 150 NW 135h S N.t to th J,, tIon. 12-11-.-9 MAKING A CAREER DECISION? pctre ousfaII g; er -(X-Roy Technologist) with a s1art7ng salary of $13,020 o $16,00 and dieRse c 1reer opportunthes. Apply n11 for June cla1 by corecting the Snu, Ft Community College HelIth Related Counselor, 375-4230. 1211-9A 'BIONUCLEONICS' CAREER Th SFCCNu1lorMedicine Technology two year program ofers our grdates -Asr9ingsory of$13,100-18,001. aGowTOnd d1cemen in dynamic field. -Job stsfocon with interesin the basic sciences, medicine and computers. Far enrollment in June contact Counselor, 375-4200.1 12-119-9 LOVE CAREFULLYI PLANNED PARENTHOOD CLINIC has to cost birth control & other ,omen's health ser ices. Call far oppt 377-0881. 12-11-16-9 8 SHERRI, 81 youRwer f1n7s1clly 1 hr0,1L. IIs go o11 7. .11go x38-E, 105 N Main S 3260. 12-1)16-9 Records, 0 cheaper at The Record Echange Buy, sell and Nrode newand used ,.cards and tp-s 439 South Mn S 121 115-9 LOGIC f you are ,formed, you know the -Ita m potac1 of 0, 7.7r.11s 7yse 7i prduc8 ing fuctio-n -eY ,,l o gn CHIROPRACTIC sI 1h, 17018 89g11 of .1 hea-lI sc0n because 111 sfund 71 Ohis 1knwedg of he nervous sys-em You are eitled to a log cepl.noion of our -r1,k Lt8s1911 you1 ha, xpin0n. -Call.day. No change far nti co-ul-ton 4,h A-nu Chroprci,,Chnc -Dr Kenneth T. 1ccard, 405S.4thAe 3787882859 SINCERE young bu 1sinsa looking f.r wfe seeks s--,r youngld okn o hsband )Wite #32-G 105 N. Mkn! fSt. 32601 12-11-139 GeIN0g cold'2 Com s0 us1 oyour 1bes&1 7Ih011-cshmer7s1, Rool, s1n, & 11, Good 7-m70s preses. 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oi tor, tuesa, december 6, 1961', UF freshmen perform like veterans at firstever Florida Four Tournament igatoStaffWriter TAMPA -A loud chorus of boos showered the UF basketball team when it first took the court to battle the University of South Florida Friday night in the Florida Four Tournament. It was the first time this season the Gators had been away from the familiar surroundings of the O'Connell Center. It also marked the first test of Gator head coach Norm Sloan's baby Gators -six freshmen -in' tournament play. But in the end, It was the experienced USF Bulls that claimed possession of the tourney's gaudy trophy, while the 'There's a lot to be said for experience, but there's a good feeling knowing I con play this many freshmen and get them to play like secondand third-year veterans.,' -Coach Norm Sloan Gators earned a win and a loss and an overall third-place showing. Even though the Gators suffered a bitter 58-56 loss at the hands of the taller and more experienced Bulls, Sloan and his team still benefited from the experience. Sloan walked out of USF s economized version of the O'Connell Center, called the Sun Dome, knowng that his freshmen had passed. this season's biggest test. "Yes, I was unsure about how they (freshmen) would perform in a tournament," Sloan said, "but there's no question now as to how they performed" Rob Harden, Rodney Williams, Eugene McDowell, Randall Leath, Tony Rogers and Nabe Palmer all went through the-advanced aging process of tournament play as freshmen this weekend. Twenty minutes of the Florida Four Tournament seemed to equal two or three regular season games in experience. In the first half of Friday night's contest with USF, the Gators played like their age -nine freshmen and three sophomores. With USF dominating the boards in the first half (28-13), the Bulls claimed a.30-22 lead at intermission. And with sophomore Ronnie Williams toting three fouls, along with two apiece for Mike Moses and Vernon Delancy, the Gator's hopes in the second half seemed bleak. It was time for Sloan's freshmen to play to their abilities or get blown out and embarassed by USF. The Bulls promptly stretched their lead to 14 points to, begin the second half, but UF sever gave up. "I think it says a lot about our freshmen for not giving up out there after being down by 14," Williams said. "There was less than eight minutes left and they fought like veterans. f The Gators full-court pressure finally wore out the Bulls and UF slowly crept back into the game. But adversity came into play again as the Gators trio of sophomores began fouling out in succession. Finally, with nine seconds remaining, Williams bowed out, leaving the games outcome on the shoulders of the freshmen. And the youngsters, trailing by two at that point, almost pulled off a With six seconds left, McDowell stood at the foul line with a one-and-one opportunity and a chance to tie the contest if he sank both shots. But his first shot sailed long, dashing any hopes of a UF win. "Even though there was only a few seconds left, I think it would've made a big difference if just one of us (sophomores) was in there, Williams said. "But I didn't even realize there was five freshmen out there at that point." UF was fired up enough to take care of Jacksonville University Saturday night, 84-73, in a consolation game which must be considered another achievement by the young Gators. Had UF not cared about something so dreaded as a consolation game, it could easily have left the tourney 0-2. 'There was less than eight minutes left and they (freshmen) fought like veterans' -Gators' Ronnie Williams When it all was over, the freshmen had aged. Even though most had played in all-star games at a high school level, none had been in the type of atmosphere that surrounded the Florida Four Tournament. "I was a little nervous coming in here," Harden said, "It was like NCAA atmosphere when we walked on the court and got booed at by so many people." Sloan also felt his freshmen had done better than he expected. "I was very pleased with their performance. To come back after we lost to USF and beat agood team like Jacksonville says a lot for these guys," Sloan said. "There's a lot to be said for experience, but there's a good feeling knowing I can play this many freshmen and get them to play like second-and third-year veterans." High prices keep fans away from tournament It's notthat basketball fans are strange, really, they just get hot sometimes. As if they're burning up with some deadly fever, fans cram into places like Kentucky's Rupp Arena and U.C.L.A.'s Pauley Paviflion to unleash their emotions around a 94-feet by 50-feet playing surface that hums with tautness and intensity. In Florida, however, basketball is suffering from a severe identity crisis. The fever hasn't quite caught on here, maybe because hoop basically is an urban kid's way out. The surfer kids don't seem to relate to pavementand sweat. The Florida Four Tournoment came alive last weekend in deborah witt Tampa in a push by four Florida basketball coaches to put an end to the Sunshine State basketball blahs. UF's Norm Sloan, South Florida's Lee Rose, Florida State's Joe Williams and Jacksonville University's Bob Wenzel wanted the excitement of 'a tournament to pull in the fans. Get them hooked on the game, and they've got the fever forever, was the maih idea. Only somebody goofed, because somewhere in the shuffle it was forgotten that college basketball programs basically are student-supported. Tickets were sold at what Rose called "Cadillac prices", -$10, $13, and $15 for each night; $20, $26 and $30 for a weekend tournament pass. Students, who typically are low on cash about this time of year, were given absolutely no break. Ten bucks is a lot of money to hand over when someone's just checking the game out. Maybe the student liked it and maybe he didn't. The point is, a prospective fian shouldn't leave the arena after the first night of a tournament thinking he's been ripped off. He should leave the arena barely able to wait to get back the following evening -and $10 per night for the cheap seats makes that practically impossible for the average college kid. According to USF Athletic Director Dr. Richard Bowers, two days before the tournament began, UF had sold 500 tickets, JU had sold 200 tickets and FSU had sold a measley 150 tickets. The USF Sun Dome's final attendance figures aren't in for Saturday night,but Friday 6,621 people showed up, with an estimated 6,700 on the final night of the tourney. This in a building which seats more than 10,000 people. It doesn't matter who's to blame for the ridiculous prices. The first Florida Four Tournament is history. Next year, though, UF gets to run the show in'the O'Connell Center. "We won't make the same mistake," Sloan said about the prices. UF Assistant Athletic Director Jeremy Foley went a step further. "I'm going to recommend that the whole thing be scaled' down -not just for students," Foley said. Sloan and Foley should keep that stand a year from now. It would be a shame if in 1982, students can't afford the fever. UF bowling team takes third Sbiin Southeastern Conference The UF men's and women's bowling teams have been established. Andy Herbert (captain), John Rioniotis, Steve Intramural finals are set Elkinsico-captalin, Randy Bast, Pete Schlang, Mike Paiva, David Noden, Ignacio "Iggy" Perez and Bill Robinson make As the semester turns toward its home stretch up the men's team. Their manager and coach is Terry Fox. culminating with a week of final exams -three separate inMaking up the women's team are: Lisa Smith and Diana tramural leagues will wind up their activities with chumMeszarus Ico-captains), Rosemary Prince, Linda Cox, Beth pionship games during the next two days. Gelfand, Lisa Feldman and Leslie Davis. The coach for the women's team is Carl Stockton. The Men's Independent Basketball League ends four weeks The men's team already has bowled in a home match, winof competition with a Wednesday night contest at the ning it against Florida A & M. Then it was invited to the Ray O'Connell Center. 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14, alligator, tuesday, december 8, 1981 sports AUTO CROSS By Jay Gayoso ride home from work. My memory of the 12-minute horror were separated into different classes according to whether Alligator Staff Writer still gives me sharp stomach pains. Everything was a blur they were stock (like it came out of the factory) or modified around me and I was sure he had vet to discover the use of a (any changes made on the car by the owner). Here periodically have been messages on my desk all brake. Each car was allowed three runs at the course. Jay Stanseumester about different amateur car racing events. Maybe We wouldn't do the story, on second thought. nard had the best time in his Formula Ford at just more than Alligator photographer Bob Self really wanted to try his luck But late last week I was cornered. The UF sports car club 51 seconds. im a race. had planned an autocross in the commuter parking lot. Meanwhile, Self decided that it would be better to have me ''We can mount a caiera in the car, and syoi can ride Self and I met Sunday morning at the commuter lot with hold the camera in the passenger seat. along for the story,Sell said with a st range, ghoulish smile. 44 other drivers. The object of the race was to speed around "Just take shots when I make right turns," he said. The exIt sounded like a good idea, until one day he gave me a a course delineated by orange cones at the fastest speed. Cars perience was over in just more than a minute. I sat in his car silently clutching at the carnera. My body was stiff from being yanked from side to side through the cones. Why don't you take the last two runs by yourself, Bob?" I said in a low monotone. "I think the real story may be watching from the sidelines." He had that same ghoulish smile on his face. on're the editor," he said. 41. Sports Car Club of America Official Pat Weaver (left) conducts a technical inspection on an Austin mini-Cooper. Forty-five cars were entered in the auto cross race that was held in the UFcommuter lot by Hume Hall, including cars like the Porsche 914 (above), modified cars and even 6 Chevrolet station wagon. And when it all was over, trophies were given to the first two finishers in each division. photos by bob self Asteroids and Defenders Latin Foods Made Fresh Turrones-Alicante, Jijona Frutas, AlmenSWEET H O M E M R In E -Our Store dras, Coco, Platonitos, Harino Pan Flour, M E M OuGIFTS? Manioc Meal, Malanga, Yuca, Sidra, Guava CONNECTION, n' Not ShippGdS Cream, Import Beer& Wine/Vino. ti From Gainesville wwwwwwwwwous ..Out Of Artison's Guild out oy's Marhft SIN 51 ASNAiSSA"Cl FAIA~ CtState 806 W. University 214 N.E. 16th Ave. OC 373-1383 10-5:30 Gainesville. Fla. l7iST no toe lAVE. Free Champagne For The Ladies rneo _k/RA (s s Every Tuesday 9-11 co J Come and Enjoy the WWI Decor of Gainesville's Finest Nite Club Monday nghts featuring JazPanst Frank Sulihvan SY~ ou~s! No Cover on Mon., Appearing Tuesday thru Saturday 11:00-~12 00p Wed. or Thurs. Mon. -Fri Happy Hour 4-8 p.m. ar fte4n Friday Happy Hour VC Featuring A Jim j chenbmcher's Conner FORIT cO o v 4-8 pmn Special Functions 208 W. Univ. Ave Buy one Jr. Sundae and Receptions Available 372-475 Get One FREE A Real VWhiPPed cream 0