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volume 76, no. 10

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Brandishing an amazing assortment of facial expressions and vocal agility, a
surprisingly mellow Elvis Costello kept about 8,000 people on their feet during
a two-hour concert in the O'Connell Center Thursday night.

Green, Martin vie for votes in liberal district

By Bruce Mas* ron
Alligator Staff Writer

Down here in predominantly rural, conservative North
Florida, a liberal weed blooms.
What used to be Florida House District 26 which was
reapportioned this year into House District 23 has always
had something of a liberal tinge. Incumbent Rep. Sid Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, D-Hawthorne, has repeatedly received labors backing
and consistently voted for the Equal Rights Amendment.
Although pre-reapportionment figures arent available,
House Apportionment Committee figures show the district is
now 26 percent black. A more realistic number is 40 percent
black, says District 23 challenger Aaron Green, in a district
that includes all of the UF campus and eastern Alachua
County.
Students are chronic non-voters. But Green says if you add
students into the equation the result is a majority coalition.
And that coalition is composed of two traditionally liberal
groups.
Race is not much of an issue in this election. But Green,
who became this city's second black city commissioner in
1975 when he began his first of two terms, is one of the city's
most prominent black community leaders.
The attorney, who was unable to attend a segregated UF
in the mid-1960s but came back for Law School, said he was
generally discouraged about returning to public office. But
during reapportionment he became curious about what type
of district was being carved up. He thinks he can win it.
But*so does Martin. Like Green, a lifelong resident of the
area, Martin served as an Alachua County commissioner for
18 years before moving onto his 10-year career in the House.
And Martin, who has been commended by Green for his ef efforts
forts efforts for blacks, is no bigot either. As labor leader Louis

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Kalivoda said when his North Central Florida Labor Coun Council
cil Council chose Martin over Green, "Despite his good ol boy coun country
try country image. .. Sids been a good, honest liberal in the state
House.
It's a tough choice. Both take similar stands on
discrimination of any form, labor, the environment, public
access and tuition hikes. While Green grumbles a bit about
Martins SIO,OOO worth of Political Action Committee sup support,
port, support, the major issue revolves around the fifth-penny sales
tax.
Earlier this year the state Legislature enacted the extra
penny sales tax. Half of the fifth cent would go back to the
counties, with 40 percent erf that going for property tax
relief.
Sid Martin voted for it. Aaron Green hates it.
Green said the extra penny is another burden on an
already regressive tax against the poor. While medicine and
food arent taxed, just about everything else a poor person
buys is, he says.
Another problem, Green says, is that local governments
are now being strapped because the state give-back has not
cracked up to what it was supposed to be. Already, Florida
Gov. Bob Graham and the rest of the Cabinet have enacted a
2 percent callback across the board in state spending.
Education in particular is where Green is pumping the
ammunition. Statewide the rollback for education to the

Proposed test may
restrict placement

in math courses

By Roxana Kopotman
Alligator Staff Writer

If math department officials approve a proposed math placement test, UF
students could find it a bit tougher to take courses such as calculus.
The proposal now being considered is not aimed at restricting students
from taking their chosen math courses if they do poorly on the test, math
department Chairman Alexander Bednarek said. But that is always a
possibility, he added.
UF Academic Affairs Vice President Robert Bryan said the test will pro probably
bably probably resemble the chemistry placement test which is designed to weed out
students who score poorly.
I imagine thats what theyll do, Bryan said. Otherwise, why go
through the motions.
The proposed test would help reduce the number of students who flunk
out, officials said. About 10,000 students are taking math courses this
semester, Bednarek said.
There are students who take calculus two or three times, said Bruce Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, mathematics associate professor. "Theyre not ready for it.
Edwards said students are not taking enough math courses in high school

For Pell, Miami clash
could be biggest game
By Jorga Milian
Alligator Staff Writer

Its put up or shut up time once again.
When the UF and University of Miami football teams step on Florida
Field tomorrow afternoon, the war of the words will stop and the real con conflict
flict conflict will get under way.
Gator fans have had to suffer through two heartbreaking defeats in the
past two years. First, there was the Miracle Play in 1980s Georgia-UF
confrontation, when Bulldog quarterback Buck Belue threw a desperation
pass to Lindsey Scott, who took it 95 yards for the last-minute victory.
Then came last seasons opener against these same Hurricanes, when UM
kicker Danny Miller had his 55 yard field goal attempt hit the left upright
and then take a heaven-sent bounce over the crossbar for a 21-20 Miami
win.
Since UF head coach Charley Pell came to Gainesville in 1979, he has
been unable to beat the Hurricanes. This very well could be Pells biggest
game as a college coach.
I believe this is the biggest game in the history of this university, Pell
said. I know what it means to me. I want this game and I want it bad.

tune of $45 million. The Alachua County School Board is
considering taking out a $500,000 loan.
In the light of (federal and state cuts) that have drastical drastically
ly drastically affected public education, Green said earlier on the cam campaign
paign campaign trail, "... weve got to return the ability of local peo people
ple people to determine . how much they want to be taxed and
who should be taxed.
His proposal is to place a flat tax on every property owner
for the first $5,000 to $ 15,000 of property. Then stick on the
$25,000 homestead exemption.
Martin doesnt buy the idea. He still believes in the sales
tax. After inflation starts up, and it will, therell be more
than enough, he said.
And Martin said the whole need for the cutback is not
there. We legislators dont think its necessary. The gover governors
nors governors overreacting .. next April we'll be taking a very jaun jaundiced
diced jaundiced eye toward cutting back.
Greens proposal would require a constitutional amend amendment
ment amendment to the Florida Constitution and that means a statewide
referendum. But Green said there were about a dozen
similar proposals floating around the Legislature this year.
I dont know anything about it, Martin said.
Martin said federal government figures show the economy
will be picking up soon and pointed to recent increases in
tourism and lower interest rates as signs of an economic up upturn.
turn. upturn.
Greens proposal also could be called regressive. Dfespite
todays inflated property values, there are still many homes
that are assessed for less than $25,000. These home owners
dont have to pay property taxes because of the current
$25,000 homestead exemption.

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Spinal cord research gets
boost of $1,175 million

By Laura William
Alligator Writer

A $1,175 million gift from a Central
Florida rancher paved the way Thursday for
establishment of two million-dollar UF
faculty chairs to enhance spinal cord
research at UF.
Charlie Mack Overstreet, of Kathleen,.
Fla., sold 560 acres of woodland to the state
Department of Natural Resources, which
then paid $1,175,000 to the UF Foundation.
The two Overstreet chairs bring UFs total
to 13, more than any other state university.
The Eminent Scholars Program was
started by state lawmakers in 1979. It pro provides
vides provides state universities with $400,000 for
each $600,000 raised from private sources.
The interest from investing the money is then
used to hire top-notch professors.
Department of Natural Resources
spokeswoman Janis Bush presented UF Presi President
dent President Robert Marston with the check Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning, while administrators looked
on.
Marston said it was a happy day at UF
because the size of the gift doesnt happen
everyday.
The Overstreet gift will be matched by
SBOO,OOO in-state funds to be used in active
areas of clinical care and neurosurgery,
Marston said.

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to prepare them for college level math classes.
A test that will advise students what to
take before classes begin should help, Ed Edwards
wards Edwards said. Bryan agreed, adding that the
test should tell them, as opposed to advising
students, whether they can sign up for such
courses as calculus or trigonometry.
UF chemistry department officials
credited the controversial test with reducing
the failure rate in chemistry classes. But the
chemistry test also came under fire when a
higher proportion of black students com compared
pared compared to white students failed to pass it.
Whether the proposed math test will be us used
ed used to weed out students has not yet been
decided, Bednarek said. For now, officials
are looking at it as a means of helping
students determine whether they should take
courses such as algebra and trigonometry or
calculus.
Many questions are unanswered as to how
to administer the proposed exam, when and
where it would be given, or when it would be
implemented.
Currently, students have another test they
take during the beginning of the term and
that test does not force any student out of a
math class.
Students in certain math courses now take
an assessment test during the first week of
school, Bednarek said.
Implemented about a year ago, the
calculus readiness test, and a similar test for
algebra and trigonometry classes, lets
students know the likelihood of their success
compared to other students who scored the
same in the past.
Instead of taking that test during the first
week of school, Bednarek would like students
to find out their scores prior to the beginning
of classes. This also would diminish the
number of people during drop/add lines if
students know ahead of time that they wont
be taking a particular course, he said.
The chemistry placement test implemented
during the fall of 1979 almost doubled the
number of students who received As and cut
by 50 percent the number of students who
flunked as compared with statistics from
the previous fall, officials said.
Another new exam that affects about
2,700 students this year is the College Level
Academic Skills Test. Students now in col-

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Overstreet's motivation is personal as he
hopes to help people with spinal injuries like
the one his son, Mark, suffered.
An accidental rifle discharge blew away
part of Marks spinal cord in 1970, leaving
him paralyzed from his waist down. An out outdoorsman
doorsman outdoorsman by nature, said his mother, Betty
Kay, Mark, 32, is hopeful the UF eminent
scholars can help him through their research
in spinal cord regeneration.
When something happens like happened
to Mark, you say to yourself, lts fine to keep
a person alive, but lets put them back
together again, said Charlie Mack
Overstreet.
Overstreet told administrators my works
been done now its up to the university.
A UF information director, Linda Gray,
said the next step is for UF officials to con conduct
duct conduct a nationwide search for two profes professionals
sionals professionals with expertise in neurosurgery to fill
the chairs. It may take as long as a year to
find neuroscientists with national or interna international
tional international reputations, Gray said. Interest from
the two million-dollar chairs will pay the
salaries of the chosen neuroscientists, she
said
The Overstreets almost donated their gift
to the University of Alabama. They decided
on UF because Floridas matching funds
create two chairs, while at Alabama only one
chair would be established.

lege will not be required to meet a certain
standard to pass the test. But after Aug. 1,
1984, sophomores will have to pass the test if
they want to be admitted to an upper divi division
sion division college.

Wire page should
be back next week
You may have noticed that The Alligator
didnt have a United Press International wire
page Wednesday, Thursday or today. Thats
because the lease on the old Alligator office,
where the teletype machines were connected
with the outside world, expired Aug. 31. The
machines are now in the new office, but
Southern Bell hasnt hooked them up yet to
the special telephone circuit they require.
Were sorry for the inconvenience to our
readers, but we hope the wire service will be
installed sometime today or early next week,
in order to provide the best world, national
and state news available.
Alligator staffer
knocked down,
cut after concert
Alligator staff writer lan Johnson got more
than he bargained for after the Elvis Costello
concert. Johnson, jogging along University
Avenue near the Florida Bookstore, on his
way back to The Alligator office was overrun
by what he says was a gang of six black
youths.
Johnson, who was cut on his elbow and
knee, was pushed onto a parking meter.
Upon getting up he said he saw another
man crouched down in front of the bookstore
with a pool of blood nearby.
At press time, Gainesville police said they
had no reports of any unrest in the area. UF
police also said they had heard nothing.

weather

Todays forecast: partly cloudy with a 50
percent chance of rain decreasing to 20 per percent
cent percent tonight. Lows in the high 70s, highs in
the mid 90s.

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Alachua County Commission candidates give views

Tuesday begins the process of determining who will be the
two newest members of the Alachua County Commission.
The final result wont be known until Nov. 2 because
Republican Harold Stringer will have to wait until then to
face the voters.
The seven candidates were asked their views on the follow following
ing following issues. They are:
continuing the countys 72-hour cooling-off period
for the purchase of handguns;
whether they would go along with increasing the coun countys

Workers try to make UF weedless for football season

By Frank LoMonta
Alligator Staff Writer

The. lawn behind the Campus Shop and
Bookstore is mottled with patches of
crabgrass and bare ground.
The fields in front of Broward Area dor dormitories
mitories dormitories are dotted with tufts of tall weeds.
And until recently, the hedges along the
front of the Hub had flourished from
crewcut-neat to Don King-unruly.
Recently, that is, until UF Physical Plant
officials realized football season was fast ap approaching.
proaching. approaching.
With the home opener against Miami only
a day away. Physical Plant workers are now
snipping, trimming and chopping furiously
to manicure the grounds in time for the in influx
flux influx of thousands of football fans Saturday.

'We've pretty well got to peak
out on Friday afternoon to get it
ready for the big weekend.
Robert Martin

In fact, UF Assistant Administrative Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Vice President Gerald Schaffer said
Thursday he has asked Physical Plant
workers to work split shifts throughout the
daylight hours and put in overtime, if
necessary, to get the grounds ready for the
weekend.
Theres a couple of areas I observed last
week that made me aware that we were ob obviously
viously obviously behind, Schaffer said.
The problem, according to Physical Plant
Landscaping Director M.B. McGarity, was a
series of equipment breakdowns throughout
the summer and early fall semesters that
have crippled UFs efforts at keeping campus
lawns, bushes and trees in shape.
Its gone by the boards, McGarity said
of the landscaping efforts. "Somebody up
there does not love me.
McGarity conceded grass and weeds have
grown so high in some places, you have to
wade in up to your knees.

tys countys share into the city-run Regional Transit System to main maintain
tain maintain existing service;
whether they would favor any form of charter or con consolidated
solidated consolidated government, which has been turned down three
times in the past few years;
e* how they would provide birth care of the countys poor
women. Tuesday,county commissioners approved a deal to
enter into negotiations with Shands Teaching Hospital for a
nearby birthing center that would have no frills such as
meals;

The problem, McGarity said, is equipment
breakdowns that put three out of five
Physical Plant ride-on mowers out of com commission
mission commission all summer.
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Parts have been ordered for the machines,
he said. Because several mowers are five
years old, McGarity said he has had trouble
getting parts for them.
Our equipment has been broken down ex extensively,
tensively, extensively, he said. We are scheduling our
work and progressing through just as quickly
as we can.
But he also blamed heavy rains this sum summer
mer summer compared with relatively dry months
last year with causing grass and plants to
grow too fast for the crippled corps to han handle.
dle. handle.
In a weeks time, the grass is ready to be
cut again, McGarity said. Ordinarily, he
said lawns around campus are mowed every
10 days.
Physical Plant Assistant Director Robert
Martin said he thinks workers are doing a
pretty good job of catching up with the job
of getting the campus grounds tidy.
Weve pretty well got to peak out on Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon to get it ready for the big
weekend, Martin said.
Students at Broward Area housing, one
area which has suffered from unmowed grass
for several weeks, remarked that landscaping
around the housing area this year has been
far worse than previous years.
This is about the worst Ive seen, said
sophomore Chip Riley, who lives in the
dorm. Out front, its pretty bad.
Physical Plant worker Jim Johnson, who
spent the week tooling around campus atop a
large lawn tractor, also remarked that equip equipment
ment equipment problems had hampered efforts to keep
campus lawns trimmed.
It seems like every piece of equipment
weve got has broken down at least once this
summer, he said.
But Johnson vowed the grounds would be
neat once more by game time tomorrow at
T :30 p.m.
Were going to have it all nice and clean
for the football game, he said. We have
to.

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Physical Plant workers have been working overtime this week to spruce up
unkempt areas of campus like this section near Johnson Hall.

alligator, friday, September 3, 1982,

** should money be made available, what are the top two
programs or departments each would like to see receive
more money?;
should it become necessary to cut the budget, what
would be the first target for the reduction axe?;
** The stand on the recent lawsuit filed
against commissioners for violating their own land use plan
and making the amendments without following the correct
process.
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Rep. Sid Martin (left) and former Gainesville City Commissioner Aaron Green are campaign campaigning
ing campaigning for a seat in the Florida House in the district which includes the UF campus.

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But Green does not buy that charge. He said the tradeoff
with the extra penny helps make up the difference and adds
his plan would have deductions for the elderly, blind and
disabled. He also said areas like Gainesvilles Northwest
Fifth Avenue have historically demanded government ser services
vices services and should pay their fair share.
He also calls state mandated millage caps unconstitu unconstitutional.
tional. unconstitutional.
While the tax issue is taking center stage, Green has flung
some rather warm charges from the balcony. After 10 years
in the house, Green said Martin should have become chair chairman
man chairman of at least one major committee.
He also charged Martin with getting Waldo city commis commissioners
sioners commissioners off the hook after being cited for Sunshine Law viola violations.
tions. violations.
Martin said mud-flinging is natural for someone running
against an incumbent. Denying Greens charges, Martin said
let the people decide.
He also pointed out that he sits on the Education Subcom Subcommittee
mittee Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee and the

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House Rules and Calendar committee. He is chairman of the
House Elections and Ethics committee.
Another charge may be a bit more serious. Green said if
(Martin) likes you, black or white, Martin will work for a
voter and his or her concern. But Martin falls down with
the (black) masses, Green charged.
But Martin is proud of his record of working with blacks.
Black people in Alachua County have always voted for
me, he said, while claiming credit for day care centers and
low-cost housing.
Aaron Green may be Martins only serious competition
compared to the past few elections. Once Martin, while
Green was rattling of statistics, turned aside with a smile
and said Mmmph, he is sharp. And whispers on the trail
say Sid Martin is in trouble.
But the Hawthorne resident scoffs at it all. He said he isnt
worried about when Tuesdays over ... People know me. I
can produce.
Martin runs on his record. Green says he will bring an
aggressive performance to the district rather than a good
ol boy style.
On Tuesday Democrats will be deciding who the
representative will be. But either way there will continue to
be a liberal in the Florida House from Alachua County.



Who votes for what
Dont be contused. You may not get to vote for a state
representative.
Rep Jon Mills, D-Gainesville, will be returning to
Tallahassee after Tuesday. Mills, who represents House
Lit.. 4 has no OP? os '*' o "- Mills represents the western
half of the county.
But for the eastern half of Alachua County and western
Putnam County its another story. Its Rep. Sid Martin vs.
former Gainesville City Commissioner Aaron Greene.
The dividing line begins at the north end of the county and
follows state Route 121 to the Highway Patrol Station and
then south on Route 441 (or 13th Street). District 23 also in includes
cludes includes the entire UF campus, including married housing
complexes. The line then continues south on Highway 441 to
Williston Road, then follows the Paynes Prairie Canal to
1-75 south of the rest area and cuts across Route 121 to the
county line.
The precincts that are in District 23 are 1, 28, 48, 7,8, 9
10, 128, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 23, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 33,
34, 388, 39,448.
Also, although Alachua County Commission and School
Board races are listed by districts, everyone in the county
who is a Democrat gets to vote.
The only influence Republicans will have in county and
state legislative elections will be Nov. 2. Republican Harold
Stringer will then be on the ballot for the District 4 county
commission race.
Republicans will have a say this Tuesday in the U.S. Con Congress,
gress, Congress, U.S. Senate, and the Florida Governors races.

Veterans, deputies fail to raise county budget

By Michll Henderson
Alligator Staff Writer

War veterans and Alachua County
sheriffs deputies had their say at a budget
hearing Thursday night but neither
group was able to persuade Alachua County
commissioners to cut them a larger piece of
the 1982-83 county pie.
Members of a committee representing
more than 21,000 war veterans countywide
nearly 7,000 of whom receive some sl3
million in federal aid urged the five fivemember
member fivemember board not to cut their $50,048
budget.

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biance ambiance they were in was involved in a collision with a van and a car at the intersection of
Mam Street and University Avenue. The baby was born at Birthplace and was being taken to
Shands Hospital suffering respiratory arrest. He was listed in stable condition after the acci accident.
dent. accident. There were no serious injuries.

The countys proposed $48,131,503
budget for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1,
1982, sets aside only $30,000 for the
Veterans Service Office. If final approval is
given at the Sept. 24 budget hearing, the of office
fice office will see a cut in staff and be moved into
the county Welfare Office.
This is an impossible situation, impossi impossible
ble impossible in that no one person can serve a county
this size, said Grant Roberts, chairman of
the ad-hoc committee.
None of the commissioners chose to res respond
pond respond to the veterans' pleas but Commis Commissioners
sioners Commissioners Jack Durrance, a veteran himself, ex explained

plained explained during a recess why no additional
funding would be given to the Veterans Ser Service
vice Service Office.
When I was overseas defending my coun country
try country and getting my two Purple Hearts, I
didnt think about what the government was
going to give me when I got back, Durrance
said. Theyre not going to lose service, not
one iota. If we thought they would, we
wouldnt be doing this.
Veterans Service Officer John Williams,
who said last month he would resign if com commissioners
missioners commissioners cut his offices budget, said he
would probably wait until the final hear hearing
ing hearing before submitting his resignation.

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No such threats were offered by Alachua
County sheriffs deputies, who were equally
ineffective in changing the commissioners
minds. The sheriffs department is to receive
$3,381,551 for the 1982-83 fiscal year.
Commissioners did approve a number of
technical changes and proposals suggested
by County Administrator Clark Maxwell, as
well as $ 11,805 to the agricultural exten extension
sion extension program requested by Commissioner Ed
Turlington. Commissioners also voted to use
$78,145 in left over federal revenue sharing
coffers to reduce the 8.1203 millage rate for
the coming fiscal year.

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The Alligator endorses (not without hesitation)

Governor

Its rather absurd to say that Bob
Graham is rrnmng for the Democratic
nomination for governor.
Considering the opposition against
him, a leisurely stroll is about all it will
take for Graham to wipe up in Tues Tuesdays
days Tuesdays primary.
But Graham shouldn't get too cozy
with the idea of shoe-in second term.
Theres still plenty at campaigning time
left before November and along the way waysome
some waysome voters may just deckle that any op opponent
ponent opponent is better than a milquetoast in incumbent.
cumbent. incumbent. Or perhaps tber just mav not
bother to vote at all.
After all, the Graham that we all
know is not exactly Bob the lkmbearted.
The governors inability to direct and
work with the Florida Legislature is a
definite weak spot, as is his penchant for
sidestepping controversial issues and
embarking an high glass public relations
crusades of little substance. And then
there s the matter of Grahams unswerv unswerving
ing unswerving support for things such as frying
human beings, crop dusting the state
with the herbicide paraquat and main maintaming
taming maintaming high homestead exemptions
which disproportionately shift the tax
burdens to those state residents who do
notown land.
On these counts, the governor needs to
rethink or at least moderate his
stands it he hopes to garner widespread
support when it conies to the final
showdown.
To his credit, however, Bob Graham
is a strong advocate at other programs
to protect the environment. He backed
the ill-fated Equal Rights Amendment.
He has vigorously supported pouring
more state dollars into higher education,
although be has not been too responsive
to letting students have a say in how that
money is spent. And on many occasions
he has provided a rational voice among
the Neanderthal babblings that blare
from the state House and Senate.
Admittedly, Bob Graham is not the
perfect candidate.
He is, however, the only logical choice
in Tuesdays primary election. His
leading challenger. Bob Kunst of
Gainesville, is a strong candidate as far
as social issues go, but the former en encyclopedia
cyclopedia encyclopedia salesman and Miami Toros
soccer club promoter is too single-issue
oriented and has no government ex experience.
perience. experience. And as for the third candidate,
Fred Kuhn of Homestead, few people
have even heard erf him and even fewer
have actually had the opportunity to
speak to this mystery man.
We recommend that you cast a ballot
for Bob Graham on Tuesday

State House

Rep. Sid Martin has been a good
friend to Alachua County and to UF
during his eight years in the Florida
Legislature. His opponent for the
redrawn House District 23 seat is Aaron
Green, former Gainesville city commas commaswooer
wooer commaswooer and mayor and a noted lawyer.
Choosing between these two men who
have proved tfarmsrKes capable and
honorable is a difficult decision indeed.
But with all due respect to Green, we
opt for the incumbent. Martin is mqpiy
too valuable a legislator to this area and
to the state for us to recommend other otherwise.
wise. otherwise.
There's no doubt that Green would
perform well in the Legislature, but we
disagree most strongly with him on taxa taxation
tion taxation issues. We supported the five-cent
sales tax, and there's no doubt higher
education would be hurting a lot more
now if it had not passed last session.
Green opposes the increase, which he
feels unfairly burdens the poor. Perhaps
true, but without it many other social
programs that do help the poor would
have been scuttled. Sales taxes don't ap apply
ply apply to food, medicine or rent, and as
Green suggests, other loopholes should

be closed as well. Martin should in investigate
vestigate investigate this matter if he is re-elected.
Green also dislikes the $25,000
homestead exemption, which he states
has bankrupted some poorer counties
where big-ticket items like cars and
boats dont make up the difference via
the sales tax and where a lot of rural
lands go untaxed. But Martin points out
that he worked to redistribute equitably
sales tax money to the 20 poorest coun counties.
ties. counties. And he argues reasonably that it is
up to Florida voters to amend the con constitution
stitution constitution it presented with a more just
property tax exemption plan by the
Legislature
Martin has his weak points. He ha<
been known to walk out erf committee
meetings just before crucial votes on
matters such as collective bargaining for
public employees. But he is a strong
defender of North Floridas turf and has
demonstrated his support for open
government many times. We hope that
Green will continue using his energy
and talents in the political arena, but we
feel this contest should go to Martin We
recommend you vote for him.

State Senate

Stale Sen. George Kirkpatrick has
rarely gotten a good word in edgewise in
The Alligator. And with good reason.
His comment comparing road buiding
and rape displayed an incredibly callous
attitude toward women's concerns, as
did his stand against the Equal Rights
Amendment.! He didn't vote on ERA,
due to his father's death, but he had his
anti-ERA statement read into the
Florida Senate record.)
Kirkpatrick wrote the law that gave
private industry a free ticket to keep
research projects under wraps when
sponsored at public universities, yet
another breach in Floridas open
government policy. We fought that bill
the first year he introduced it, and we
*till fought it after other state
newspapers blessed the final version the
next year.
He opposes sensible gun control
measures. He doesnt believe women
should have the right to obtain abor abortions
tions abortions on demand. He likes the idea of
killing people to demonstrate that kill killing
ing killing people is wrong. He tried and fail failed,
ed, failed, thankfully to emasculate Alachua
County during district reapportionment

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The liberal media does not like conser conservative
vative conservative Kirkpatrick. We admit that more
than once weve run unflattering
photographs erf him. But he does have
his good points.
Kirkpatrick fights like hell for UF. He
can point to buildings and projects that
might have been taken apart brick by
brick by South Florida legislators who
resent UPs flagship status. He has
fought budget cuts and tuition increases.
When it comes right down to his power,
its not surprising UF and Student
Government officials and the Florida
Student Association back him.
So we wont blame you for voting for
Kirkpatrick Tuesday. But we opt for
Margaret Eppes. We like her social
stands, her resolve, and her determina determination
tion determination to find out all the facts about the
issues. Perhaps she wont get all the
choice seats on all the right committees,
but were sure shell make herself known
in the Senate just as forcefully, if not
more so, than Kirkpatrick did two years
ago. And shell certainly be more
responsive to her constituents political
rights which Kirkpatrick violated dur during
ing during reapportionment.
Eppes has her drawbacks she goes
with George on the secret research law
and favors the across-the-board budget
cuts but we think shell be an effec effective,
tive, effective, responsible senator, as Kirkpatrick
has been on his good days. Vote for
Margaret Eppes Tuesday.

It hasnt been an easy primary season
for Comptroller Gerald Lewis. Hes
been peppered with criticism for
manipulating the investigations of the
Florida Highway Patrol and the Depart Department
ment Department of Agriculture. A former cam campaign
paign campaign consultant charged that he tried
to strong-arm her into getting a con contribution
tribution contribution from her husbands employer,
Tampa-based Exchange Bank, which is
seeking a merger with a North Carolina
bank that Lewis office must approve.
About the only thing we havent heard
is criticism of Lewis handling of
privately owned cemeteries, another
charge of the comptrollers office.
But we look at Lewis opponent.
House Speaker Ralph Ha ben, and shud shudder.
der. shudder. Known for his roughshod politics

Comptroller

under that pretty-boy face, Haben
doesn't even try to conceal his contempt
for open government and hair labor
policies. He not only voted against the
Equal Rights Amendment and passed an
anti-union wage bill issues that he
would not deal with as comptroller, of
course but he was the only represen representative
tative representative to oppose the iwmdiinr Banking
Bill that Lewis helped write. With
Haben as comptroller, banks truly
would have a holiday at the expense erf
the public.
If the charges against Lewis
strengthen, hell have ins day in court.
But he does have eight years of ex experience
perience experience in the office and a
demonstrably better record on financial
matters than Haben. We recommend
you vote for Ceraid Lewis for ramp,
trotter.

Attorney Gen.

Incumbent state Attorney General Jim
Smith says his vacation was ruined this
fall when Fred Goldstein announced he
was going to challenge him for the post
of Floridas top law official.
The race will be decided Tuesday for
both Democrats as no Republicans are
running in the race.
Goldstein is a former Broward County
assistant state attorney and now has his
own private law practice in Hollywood.
He says he is naming because Smith has
run roughshod over the civil liberties of
some in this state. Specifically, clients he
represents were denied the lease of some
marina property and Goldstein admits
that case has stuck in my craw for a
long time.
Still, Goldstein makes a good case
when he speaks of how a proposed state
constitutional amendment or the ex exclusionary
clusionary exclusionary rule would relax restric restrictions
tions restrictions on police searches which would
lead to abuse and potentially deprive
citizens of their constitutional rights.
Smith calls this amendment a very
reasonable shift toward the interest of
society as a whole, as opposed to the in individual.
dividual. individual.
Goldstein labels the rule a fraud
and claims less than 1 percent of state
cases involve evidence that would be af affected
fected affected by the amendment
Both favor capital punishment, but
Goldstein wants to keep every avenue of
appeal open. Smith, however, wants to
get on with the bloodbath.
Goldstein also opposes the spraying of
the herbicide paraquat, one of Smiths
pet projects. Goldstein opposes the
poison spraying because it poses a poten potential
tial potential health hazard, and we agree.
Although some have labeled Goldstein
as inexperienced for the post, his work
with the juvenile justice system in South
Florida attests to his effectiveness work working
ing working in a bureaucratic structure like the
one he would encounter in Tallahassee.
Smith wants another term to set up for
his run at the governorship in 1986.
Goldstein wants to change that and we
would like to see him do it. We urge you
to vote for Goldstein Tuesday.

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Sen. George Kirkpatrick is 'truly a leader'

Editor: The amazing Sen. George Kirkpatrick from
Gainesville has had a most effective two years in the Florida
Legislature. Unfortunately many students don't seem to
know the significant gains the senator has made for the
University of Florida. In the past two sessions of the
Legislature, higher education has made historic gains at a
time when most other university systems in this country are
facing severe cutbacks Through diligent and effective work
for higher education and support of UF he was able to steer
the passage of substantially increased State University
Systran appropriations. Results such as this have brought
Kirkpatrick the endorsement of both the present and past
chairmen of the Florida Board of Regents, the commissioner
of education, the Florida Student Association, and the presi president
dent president of the University of Florida. The freshman senator is

Senator involved with 'red herring' statements

Editor: George Kirkpatrick continues to involve himself
with red herrings and denials as he attempts to defuse the
impact of some of the statements which he made publicly in
the County Administration Building Aug. 26, following the
Candidates Forum of the Democratic Party. However, there
are a number of witnesses to the statements he made at that
time, including your Alligator reporter. In addition,
Kirkpatricks comments were written down verbatim as he
spoke.
When asked by a concerned citizen for his comments on
the toxic pesticide Temik which is used by the citrus fruit in industry
dustry industry and which has been found to contaminate wells in
five of our states citrus-producing counties, George
Kirkpatrick replied, I think that the toxic chemical issue is
a red herring. He indicated further that the agriculture in industry

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truly a leader. This can be noted by the fact that he served on
eight Senate committees, was chairman of one, and vice
chairman of two other committees.
One other note for those students who may have been
misinformed or misled about any rape issue. Kirkpatricks
initiative was crucial in stopping bureaucratic plans for
changing the North Florida Evaluation and Treatment
Center treatment program which would have literally ended
all treatment for sex offenders in Florida.
We need a concerned leader like George Kirkpatrick in the
Florida Senate.
David T. Smith. 3AO
Tamra S. IraMwn, 2UF
Pom Innas, 3LS

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tinue continue to do so without interference.
When questioned about the problems of uncontrolled
growth, George Kirkpatrick stated: There should be no
limits to growth. The growth in Florida is never going to
end. We dont want it to end. We want it to go on forever.
For George Kirkpatrick to claim (Alligator Sept. 1,) that
he did not make these comments to me is irrelevant. His
public statements may be quoted by me or any other
member of the public. What George Kirkpatrick cannot do
is deny that he made the statements as quoted, deplorable
though they may be.
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ASBURY PARK, N.J. Heading south on
Ocean Avenue toward this dilapidated
town on the center of the Jersey coast
reveals the paradox of the American
dream. Deal, N.J. is one of the wealthiest
boroughs in the Garden State. Owned mostly-by Syrian Jews
who long ago bought most of the estates that line its private
beaches. Deal is a town full of dream homes with football
field-sized front and back yards. The smallest houses are the
most recent modern architecture has to offer. The larger
homes are gallant mansions built earlier in the century. The
largest homes cannot be seen from Ocean Avenue. They are.
blocked by seven-foot-high hedges and cement or brick en entrance
trance entrance ways reminiscent of the borders of Graceland Man Mansion
sion Mansion that kept Elvis Presley in seclusion during much, of his
life.
Three quarters of a mile, two towns and one lake south is
the oval strip that makes up the center of Asbury Park's once
flourishing tourist trade. The oval, huge buildings that were
once lavish hotels and apartment houses are now boarded
up. Many of the smaller buildings along Kingsley Avenue,
the western, southbound street of the oval, are abandoned.
White the boardwalk that lies between the ocean and Ocean
Avenue, the northbound street of the oval, has been well kept
in the years since race riots rocked this town in the sixties, it
is rarely crowded with tourists as it was in decades past. The
town council tried to sell it earlier this summer but the only
offer was $4 million short of what the town expected.
But, while Asbury Park is no longer a fun-in-the-sun

SPRINGSTEENS
HOT SUMMER
NIGHTS IN
JERSEY

tourist haven, it is a haven of sorts for the rock and roll
music fans who crowd its bars nightly. One reason for this,
perhaps the main reason, is the presence of 32-year-old
Bruce Springsteen.
Sunday night, 2 a.m., the weather is typical
for an August New Jersey night hot and
muggy. Standing on the comer of Second
and Ocean avenues, a light fog rolling off
the water makes Madam Marie's fortune
telling booth a few blocks north barely visible.
Inside the Stone Pony, one of Asbury Parks oldest rock
and roll bars, its even hotter. A few hundred perspiring
bodies make it difficult to get from the front door to the back
of the bar. The dance floor is packed with people who arent
dancing. Theres no room. The people are just standing,
shoulder to shoulder, stomach to back, staring at the stage
and waiting.
On stage, Cats on a Smooth Surface, the Stone Pony's
regular Sunday night band for years, is playing Tommy

Tutones Jenny/867-5309, one of the many pop hits of this
cover bands repertoire.
At the bar all the way in the back of the club with a bottle
of Budweiser in one hand and an empty shot glass in the
other, Springsteen stands facing the stage bopping his head
to the music.
By 2:30 a.m. the club is even more crowded. The $2 en entrance
trance entrance fee has been dropped and a steady flow of patrons are
streaming in the front door. The one path to the back bar
between the largely unused tables and chairs that surround
the dancefloor has been cut off with more sweaty bodies.
One can feel anticipation rising as the band winds down
its usual closing song, the Beatles / Sau- Her Standing There.
Is he here? one newcomer asks a familiar stranger.
Springsteen wades through the crowd, working his way
toward the spot he has occupied behind the left speaker stack
near the edge of the two-foot-high stage almost everv Sundav
night at this time since late April.
After the band finishes the song, one of the guitarists savs
good night and see ya' next week," as he does every week.
And then the band waits too.
Like clock work, at 2:35 a.m.. Springsteen calmly climbs
on the stage and picks up the extra guitar that is alwavs
waiting for him.
The crowd surges forward, packing itself tighter than it
had been. People are screaming, hooting and howling
"Bruce, holding the middle phoneme as long as their vocal
cords will allow. They are hugging each other, shaking each
other's hands and slapping each other on the back. Women
are getting hoisted on boyfriends' shoulders. Cameras are

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Applause, .Gainesvilles Entertainment Magazine

Alligator staff writer Phil Kuntz spent a
long hot summer in New Jersey, a place few
of us would ever want to call home. Most of
his time was spent waiting on tables and
working for a daily newspaper lor little
money and no bylines. Anti like a lot of
young working stiffs in Jersey this summer,
he spent many nights tracking Bruce Springs Springsteen
teen Springsteen from one bar to another, where the Boss
would almost always close the night with a
set of classic rock and roll.
Springsteen manages to keep amazingly
close to his roots, and therefore, his fans. Its
something all the durable rockers do from
time to time, but none with the regularity of
Springsteen. If Elvis had crept beyond his
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music long before it took his life.
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rare look into how one of Americas biggest
stars keeps his music fresh and his fans close
to hysteria. A true rock-and-roll fantasy
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publication things are running a little
smoother, if just a little. Ive got a lot more
time than I did last week, so you dont have
to wait anymore, you can call right now and
tell me how much you like Applause. You
can also call if you dont, or if theres
something you want to read here but havent

yet. It might sound a little corny, but this
really is your magazine. Were going to do
the stories the way we want to, of course, but
if the demand is there, well write about
anything.
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Alligator didnt hit the stands until 1 p.m., it
was mostly my fault. Such are the hassles of
putting out the first issue of a magazine that
we didnt finish work until 3:30 a.m., and
that set the press work back several hours.
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Barbecue.
Long John Silver's Seafood Shoppe, 372-7572.
1235 NW 16th Ave., 371-3474 710 NW 60th St.,
OpenM-Sun. Uam-lOpm. Trav. C. Specializing in
Seafood and Chicken.
Laflttes 3729928, 11 SE Ist Ave. Open M-F 11am 11am-2pm;
2pm; 11am-2pm; spm-12pm, Sat. spm-llpm, Sun. spm spm-12pm.
-12pm. spm-12pm. AAC, V, Trav. C. Specializing in Seafood.
louts* Lunch. 372-9294, 436 SE 2nd St. Open M-
Sat 9:3oam-Bpm. Th. 9:300m-4pm. Trav. C.
Specializing in Sandwiches and Delicious Ham Hamburgers.
burgers. Hamburgers.
Lum's, 378-7043. 1621 SW 13th St. Open Sun-Th.
7am-llpm. F-Sat. 7am-12pm. Local personal and
Trav. C. Happy hour Sun-Sat. 3-6 pm. Specializing
in European style Chicken and Hot Dogs cooked in
Beer.
Marne La's. 372-3034, 618 NW 6th St. Open sat.
6am-B:3opm. Reservations suggested, tudent
check cashing welcome. Trav. C. Specializing in
Homecooked meals.
Marion's Coffee House, 378-0600. 207 NE 16th
Ave. Open M-F. 6am-3pm. Sat. 6am-l :30pm. Trav
C. Specializing in Breakfast and Lunch.
Mo Town Caf. 472-9328, NW 3rd Ave. Open
10:30om-l I:3opm 7 days. Piccolo music and Pool
Table. Specializing in Homecooked meals.
Mr. Cs Restaurant. 377-9888, 2029 NW 13th St.
Open M-F. 7am-Bpm. Sot-Sun. 7am-6pm. Personal
and Trav. C. Featuring Breakfast all day.
Murphy's Pub & Sandwiches, 372-4751. 5112
NW 34th St. Open M-Sat. 1 lam-lam. Personal and
Trav. C. w/2 ID's. Happy hour' 4:3opm-6:3opm.
Specializing in Deli Sandwiches.
Natural lets Restaurant, 377-EATS. 10S. Main
St. Opefri M-F 7:3oam-Bpm. Sat llam-Bpm. Per Personal
sonal Personal and Trav. C. Specializing in Baked Pita
Bread Sandwiches.
Nellie's Raw Bar. 377-2663, 118 NW 13th St.
Open M-Sat. 12am-2am, Sun. lpm-lOpm. BC, Per Personal
sonal Personal and Trav. C. Happy hour: 4pm-7pm; 10pm 10pm-2am.
2am. 10pm-2am. Specializing in Oysters and Chicken Wings.
Now Pig Little Pig Barbecue of North wood.
375-4608, 5240 NW 34th St. Open M-Sat. 10am 10am-Bpm.
-Bpm. 10am-Bpm. Personal and Trav. C. Specializing in Real pit
Barbecue.
Omaha Cattle Co., Family Steak ary 376-1297,
2031 NW 13th St. Open M-F 7am-10pm, Sat-Sun.
7:3oam-10pm. Personal and Trav. C. Specializing
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12pm. prrv-12pm. Trav. C Specializing in Pizza and Italian
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Ave. Open M-W 1 lam-1 lpm, Th-Sat. 1 lam-lam.
Sun 4pm-l lpm. BC, Personal and Trav. C. Th-9pm:
Charlie Bush, F-Sat-9pm: Terry Jacobs & Bookenz.
Specializing in Pizza and Italian Food.
Pappi'slWl Restaurant and Tavern, 377-1901.
Creekside moll. Open 11:30am-1 lpm M-Sat. Sun.
spm-l 1 pm. MC.V.AE, Local personal checks
w/major credit card, and Trav. C. Happy hour M-
Sat. 3pm-7pm. Sun. spm-7pm. Specializing in
lalian Cuisine and Steaks.
Pizza N Brew-Sportsmans Lounge. 377-6133,
1542 W. University Ave. Open M-W llam-lam,
Th-F llam-2am. Sat. 12am-lam, Sun 12am-12pm.
Personal & Trav. C. w/2 ID's. Happy hour: 3pm 3pm-6pm.
6pm. 3pm-6pm.
The Potato Stutter, 375-7783, 1717 NW First
Ave. Open M-F llam-2am. Sat.-Sun. 12an-7pm.
Trav. c. Specializing in Potatoes.
Red Lobster, 377-1321, 6910 NW Bth Ave. Open
Sun-Th. ll:30am-10pm, Fri-Sat. ll:30am-11pm.
All major credit cards. Personal and Trav. C.
Specializing in Seafood.
Sambo's, 377-2154, 375-7563. 2339 NW 13th St.,
3443 SW Archer Rd. Open 24 hours. Trav. C.
Specializing in Everything.
Sho Gun-Japanese Steak ho use, 373-5597.
1624 SW 13th Street. Open: M-F 11:30-2pm lunch.
M-Sun. 5:30-10:30pm dinner. Reservations recom recommended.
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13th St. Open 24 hours. AAC, V, Personal & Trav. C.
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2700 NW Waldo Rd. and 3610 SW 13th St. Open M-
Sun. llam-9pm. AAC, V, Trav. C. Specializing in
Real Pit Barbecue.
Sovereign Restaurant 378-6307, 12 SE 2nd Ave.
open M-Th. ll:30am-10pm, F 11:30am-l lpm. Sat.
s:3opm-llpm. Reservations Required. All major
credit cards and Trav. C. Happy Hour: spm-7pm.
Specializing in Continental Cuisine.
Snuffy's, 376-8899. 1017 W. Univ. Ave. Open
AA-Th. ll:30am-12pm, F-Sat. 11:30am-lam. Old
time atmosphere with Pub siyle lunches and din dinners,
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Burger."
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Open lounge, Restaurant and Racquetball Courts.
Sun-Sat. 7am-12pm. Reservations recommended
for the courts. AAC, V, AE, members' personal
checks and Trav. C Happy hour MTh. 4-7 pm.
Specializing in 8 ounce burgers.
Stan Sandwich Shop, 375-1818. 501 NW 23rd
Ave. Open AA-Sat. 11 am-3pm; spm-9pm. Custom
made sandwiches. Call in orders.
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377-1975. 421 NW 13th St. Open MW. 11am 11am-12pm,
12pm, 11am-12pm, Th Sat. llam-2am. Sun 4pm-11pm.
Specializing in fresh seafood, oysters and spirits.
Tom's Sandwiches, 376-3158. 5001 NW 34th St.
Open AA-Sat. llam-lam. Sun lpm-Bpm. Trav. C.
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Just between us, April Wine s newest is sweet music

You can always depend on April Wine to put together a
good record. This year's Power Play contains some ot the
bands most accessible and downright enjoyable rock and
roll music ever. Songwriter Myles Goodwyn has proven
himself to be talented and versatile at this profession through
his work with April Wine since he founded the band in the
early seventies. After conquering their homeland of Canada
with several hit albums and singles, April Wine broke
through the American charts with Harder, Faster, and it s
Top 40 hit, Roller, then repeated its success the next year
with Nature of the Beast and Just Between You and Me.
Now, Power Play is guaranteed to establish April Wine as
one of Canadas foremost rock and roll imports, right along
with Rush and Triumph.
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mainstream audience, and just heavy enough to avoid
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over one another the way that one would expect them to. In Instead,
stead, Instead, they compliment each other, blending in a fine tuned
orchestration of burning leads and powerful rhythms. Myles
Goodwyns lead vocals lay the perfect ground for spotless
harmonies and playful vocal games, like the mischievous
obscenity in If You See Kay. The album is not devoid of hits
either. Enough is Enough has already become a radio stan standard,
dard, standard, and the ballad that follows two songs later, What If
We Fall In Love, is the appropriate follow-up to last years
Just Between You and Me.

Backstage Bar, Inside the Great Southern Music
Hall, University Ave. Live Enterainment:
Billionaires.
ig Daddy's Alibi Lounge, 372-9399. 3334 W.
Univ. M-Sat. 11am-2am; Sun., lpm-tlpm. Happy
Hour 5-8 M-Sot. Tues spm-closing Live entertain entertainment:
ment: entertainment: Sidewalk Case.
Dig Daddy's Cln City, 375-1011. 1611 SW 16th St.
Open M-Sat. Bpm-2am. Top 40 music. Daily drink
specials.
Bogart's Restaurant and Bar, 375-4378. 2300
NW 6th St. Open T-F 12:00-2:00 Lunch. T-Th 6-10
Dinner. F-Sot. 6-10:30 Dinner. Sun 11:30-2 Brunch.
Happy Hour F-Sat. 5-6:30. Reservations suggested
MC V. Thur.-Sat. 7:30-10:30, Roger Herring, Jazz
Pianist.
Casey Cede', 495-2224. Archer, 3 blocks south of
light. Open M-Sat. 11:30am-12pm. Happy hour
4-7 M-F Busch draft 45 cents. Live Entertainment.
Fri. and Sat. Montezuma's Jazz Revenge.
Catch tl, 378-6043. 4 1/2 miles W. on 1-75,
Newberry Rd. Open M-Sat. llam-2am Live enter-,
tainment: Fri. & Sat. Busker (country rock).
Chelsea Street Pub, 373-7382. 6305 Newberry
Rd. Open M-Th 1 lam-1:15 am. F-Sat. llam-2am.
MC, V, AE, Trav. C. Happy Hour 5-Bpm M-F, Sat.
llam-9pm live entertainment: F-Sat. Rosewood &
Steele.
Copper Monkey Pub, 374-4984. 1702 W. Univ.
Ave. Open M-W 11am-12pm. Th-Sat. 1 lam-lam
and Sun 12am-10pm. Trav. C. Specializing in
Quiche, Salad and Thick Stacked Delie Sand Sandwiches.
wiches. Sandwiches. Live entertainment: Joe Brown Trio.
Dapper Dinner, 378-0044. 2562 NW 13th St.
Open M-Sat. 9am-12pm, Sun lpm-6pm. General
Hospital Happy Hour M-Sat. 5-7 Featuring Pub and
custom sandwiches. Call in orders.
Dub's, 376-9175. 4560 NW 13th St. Open M-F,
lpm-2am Sat. spm-2am. Happy Hour 1 pm-Bpm.
Live entertainment: Centaur.
Harmonica Joe's, 376-2226. 18 NE University
Ave. Open M-Sat. 1 lam-2am. Happy Hour 11am 11am-7pm.
7pm. 11am-7pm. F-Sat. Live entertainment: Area Code.

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Lillian's, 372-1010. 112 SE Ist St. Open M-Sat.
1 lam-2am. Happy Hour M-Th llam-Bpm. F-Sat.
1 lam-6:30. Live entertainment: Shelter. j
Lobby Bar, 372-7469. Inside Great Southern
Music Hall, 233 W. univ. Open Sun-Sat. spm-2am.
Happy Hour F-Sat. 5-8 i
Mein Street, 376-6246. 100 S. Main St. Open
M-Th Bpm-2am. F spm-2am. Live entertainment: I
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OMe College Inn, 377-9538. 1728 W. University.
Open 11:30-2am M-Sat. MC, V, Trav. C. Tues-Sat.
Specialzing in homemade quiche, soups & salads. I
Live entertainment: Nancy Luca and Gossip.
Orange-N-Brew, 392-1689. UF Reitz Union.
Entertainment: Lightin' Harpo blues Band.
The Bark, 373-8827. 1905 SW 13th St., next to
University Inn. Open M-Th. 3 pm-3am, F-Sat. 3pm 3pm-sam,
-sam, 3pm-sam, Sun 4pm-lam. Lounge and Hot Tubs- Th.
Double Bubble Champagne $3 a bottle with Tub
Reservation. F-ladies drink free 9-11 Tub reserva reservations
tions reservations suggested for weekends.
Rathskeller, 392-2097. UF Campus in Johnson
Hall. Personal Checks accepted for food. Enter Entertainment:
tainment: Entertainment: The Riff
Richenbachen, 372-6475, 204 W. University
Open M-Fri 4-1:30, Sat. 7:30-1:30. Mon. Frank
Sullivan Trio. Happy hour 5-8 M-F. Live Entertain Entertainment:
ment: Entertainment: Fly By Night.
Rickey's Restaurant and Lounge, 376-2442,
2800 SW 2nd Ave. Open Sun. Ipm-llpm. M-Sat.
1 lam-2am. Trav. C. Specialiing in Chicken Wings.
Whiskey Rhrer, 3784)013, 108 S. Main St. Open
M-F Uam-2am. Sat. spm-2am. Trav. C. Happy
Hour with Bernie Sher on the Piano. Live Entertain- I
ment: Dixie Rose Band.
Wine Cellar, 372-7469. Inside Great Southern
Music Hall 233 W. univ. Ave. Open W-Sat.
B:3opm-2am. Happy Hour M-F 7pm-B:3opm Live
entertainment: Terry Jacobs.

Center Theatre, 372-5347. corner of 13th St. and
10th Ave. Young Doctors in Love, Beastmaster,
Diner.
Pleza Triple Theetre, 378-2434. 1525 NW 23rd
Blvd.. Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, E.T., The
World According to Garp.
Hippodrome, Sept 7th The Clowns, Sept. Bth-9th
Sleeper.
Royol park Cinemas 4, 373-4277. 3702
Newberry Rd. Fast Times at Ridgemont high, Star
Wars, An Office and a Gentleman, Zapped. Mid Midnight:
night: Midnight: Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Rocky Hor Horror,
ror, Horror, An Officer and a Gentleman, Zapped.
Oaks I Theatre, 378-8818. 6309 Newberry Rd.
Last American Virgin, House Where Death Lives!
Monty Phython Live at the Hollywood Bowl, Friday
the 13th part 111. Author, Author, Summer Lovers.
Midnight: Monty Python, Everything You Always
Wanted to Know About Sex, But Were Afriod to
Ask, Friday the 13th 111, Love & Death, American
Werewolf, Enter the Dragon.
Clneme-N-Prqfthouse, Butler Plaza. Porky's
7:30, 9:45 and midnight Fri & Sat. Serving sand sandwiches,
wiches, sandwiches, beer, and wine.

Goodwyns knack for penning effective rockers is
showcased on Power Play with hell-raisers like Doin It
Right and Everything You Want, You Got It. Ain t Got Your
Love is a chunky piece of music somewhat reminiscent of
Stranger at their best, although with no debts owed to them
specifically. To top all of this off, April Wine chooses to
cover Tell Me Why, an old Lennon/McCartney classic, and
with good results.
If there is any flaw on Power Play, it lies in April Wines
inoffensive pop metal form. While it is not immediately ir irritating,
ritating, irritating, the chance that Myles Goodwyns voice and the ob obvious
vious obvious limits within April Wines musical style could even eventually
tually eventually become annoying is great.
Until then, however, the best thing to do would be to sit
back and enjoy.

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Cinema Plus, Gainesville Shopping Center. Tron,
Cheech & Chong: Things are Tough All Over. Mid Midnight
night Midnight shows this weekend. Serving sandwiches,
beer, and wine.

Jean Ling Gallery, 375-8158. 211 W. Univ. Ave.
Reopening on September 13th with "Fibres Fan Fantasies
tasies Fantasies and fetishes."
Oallery 11, 375-1911. 21 SE 2nd Place. Art
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Sendquist Gallery, 829-8170. Spanish Military
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The Art Collector, 377-4211. 802 W. Univ. Ave.
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The Alligator



Kearns donating her
heart to the theatre

BY KAREN PRICE
Barbara Kearns sits contemplating the art of acting what
it means to her, why she does it. They arent easy questions
tor her and she seems a bit embarrassed by the pause before
her answer. Finally and simply she says, I get joy out of
performing and thats why I do it. Its actually a very selfish
thing.
Selfish? Those who have enjoyed her performances the
past four years with the Florida Players would surely
disagree. 7
A combination of unpretentious beauty, wide-ranging
talent and down-to-earth sensibility has equipped Kearns fqr
the career she seeks. She doesn t deny the odds against "mak "making
ing "making it. Instead she has her own definition of what that is.
My mother always said, lts nice you want to do theatre
but what are you going to do for a living? I believe there
are different degrees of living. Some peoples idea is fame or
riches. I just want to be able to work and Ill be happy.
You can make it in this business. Determination is the
biggest part of it. If I give myself totally to acting, I sincerely
believe I can make a living at it.
Actors these days are transformed from virtual unknowns
to household names overnight thanks to the saturation of
media. Fame goes with the territory and is often used to
measure success. Unfortunately, it doesnt always measure
talent and ability. Kearns says she is well aware of this.
To me, a star is someone who is so good at what they do,
a group of people create a demand for that person. It would
be wonderful to have a group of people who appreciate your
work, but fame is such a strange thing. I guess all actors
secretly would like it to happen to them, but Im not in ac acting
ting acting for fame.
What then compels a person to bear parts of their emo emotional
tional emotional selves for 700 people a night.
Its hard to explain what I get out of it, Kearns says
thoughtfully. Acting is not something I have to do, its
something I want to do. It gives me the chance to explore dif different
ferent different people, to become them and experience what they ex experience.
perience. experience.
Kearns portrayed Maria in the classic musical West Side
Story in April.
I can identify with all the characters Ive played, the ac actress
tress actress said. Maria, for instance. Im not poor or Spanish and
I dont have to deal with a forbidden love as she did, but I
can identify with her. As an actress, I have to try to unders understand
tand understand what the characters go through.
West Side Story was a formidable task for everyone involv involved
ed involved with the production, particularly Kearns. The role of
Maria required a versatility not only in acting, but in singing
and dancing as well.
It was a difficult role, she says. Im not really a
soprano, so the singing was a challenge and the dancing was
extremely physically demanding.
Then there was the Spanish accent, she laughs. I used
an Irish accent in The Hostage last fall and I felt like my
Spanish was slipping back into Irish at times.
Kearns also had her first Shakespearean experience this
year. In the bawdy comedy Twelfth Night, she played
Olivia, a very proper countess who slowly over the course of
the play loses her composure over a young man with whom
she falls in love.
With Shakespeare, you have to strive to throw yourself
into the character, she said. "That way the difficult speech
flows and becomes your oWn. As an actor you have to be
much more aware of the words than in modem works. The
inflection is so important.
The audiences acceptance of the play, written at the turn
of the sixteenth century, surprised the whole cast, Kearns
said.
There were lines that no one in the cast recognized as
funny until we heard the audience laughing. When we got on
the stage, that play came alive! Just like that, the 400 year
gap was bridged.

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Picnic was presented this summer and will be again in
September. Kearns plays the young, innocent heroine,
Madge. The fact that shes often cast in ingenue roles, that
shes undeniably pretty and just wouldnt fit certain parts
doesnt keep Kearns up nights. At least not yet.
The ingenue is the best thing for me now, she says. In
acting classes you get the chance to play the roles you would
never get cast in. And it makes sense. Why cast someone in a
role they dont fit?
There was a role once I really felt I could play but
everyone knew I didnt look right for it. I wish sometimes
they would go against type, but I think my roles will change
as I get older. It would be fun to to play a real bitchy lady
sometime.
Kearns faces graduation in May and the decision of what
to do next. After a promising high school experience in
drama and music, she resisted the temptation of striking out
in the world of show business in favor of college. An audition
for a professional company in Atlanta, near her hometown
of Roswell, convinced her she still had a lot to learn. After
four years at UF she still believes that and plans to go on to a
two-year conservatory for more intensive study.
At 22, Barbara Kearns seems satisfied with her role for
now. Films, music and writing intrigue her, but her heart
lies with theatre.
Theres something unique that happens in live theatre,
she says excitedly. Theres energy involved. Energy going
out from the actors to the audience and back to the actors,
and that feedback is so important. I love the stage.

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Nazareth is one erf those bands that annually puts out good
records which are met with mediocre yet satisfactory sales.
The band headlines an annual American tour, but never
seems to break its way into superstar status despite a respec respectable
table respectable cult following that began in their native Scotland. This
year is no different. Nazareths new album, called 2 x S is an
effective variety of thoughtful mood pieces and down-to-the down-to-theroots
roots down-to-theroots rock and roll.
Opening the first side, Love Leads to Madness becomes the
bands bid for another hit single. Although a gopd track in
its own right, the formula of the piece leads ode to believe
that it was written purely to receive airplay. The melody is
impossibly catchy, but never sinks so low as to be compared
to anything from REO Speedwagons latest effort. The real
gems from 2 x S appear later in the album, when the band
tries their hand at newer styles and flavors. The reggae reggaeinfluenced
influenced reggaeinfluenced beat of You Love Another is enticing and
fascinating when it blends itself with the simplistic phrases
in the lyrics. Singer Dan McCafferty does not have an ex extremely
tremely extremely wide vocal range, but the power and edge to his voice
give him character that other higher-pitched vocalists can
only dream about. Games, at the end of side one, is another
interesting track that walks itself around in verbal circles,
never accomplishing anything, but at the same time, not
dissappointing anyone, either.

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New Judas: not of the same cloth

For the uninitiated, Judas Priest was one of the fore forerunners
runners forerunners of the famed heavy metal rejuvination that began at
the beginning of this decade in Europe and continues to
spread throughout America, Canada and Japan. With all the
intensity of an old star going nova, Judas Priest reached
superstar success in the UK with their sizzling metalwork,
Hell Bent For Leather, and then cracked the American
charts in 1980 with British Steel and the breakthrough
single, Living After Midnight. The musical images they
paint are violent. Titles like Ripper, Tyrant and Sinner are
characteristic of the bands ultra-leather image, one that
lead singer Rob Halford relishes portraying, as well as a style
mimicked by the Priests rabid and dedicated teenage fans. A
statement easily supported by chart records as well as the af affirmation
firmation affirmation of faithful followers would be that Judas Priest is
one of the most respected heavy metal bands in todays
musical spectrum.
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worst thing that Judas Priest has ever done. Whereas Rob
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forts efforts like The Green Manalishi (With the Tu>o-Pronged
Crown), this new record finds him screeching inanely and
without the passion that made Halford a dominant force
within the sound of the Priest. Producer Tom Allom removes
the claws from the twin guitar attack of K.K. Downing and
Glen Tipton, and consequently weakens the constitution of
the entire LP. And the bands biggest mistake was to include
the lyric sheet, in its entirety, on the inner sleeve.
Well, okay, some of the songs here are alright. Youve Got
Another Thing Cornin has distinct potential, and (Take
These) Chains has a few points in its favor.
There is a theory that success spoils the talents of artists
struggling to reach the top. Screaming For Vengeance is an
example of this. The drive that produced albums like Sad
Wings Os Destiny, Hell Bent For Leather, and British Steel
has left Judas Priest, but not for good I hope. Anyway, if
these guys keep putting out records like this, theyre gonna
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Springsteen
continued
from page one

clicking and flashing. Everyone who wasnt already is scur scurrying
rying scurrying for position. Springsteen tells each member of Cats
what hes about to start singing, walks up to the center
microphone, takes a deep breath as the spotlight focuses on
his face and
Ready, set, go man go.
I gotta gal that I love so.
I'm ready, said yeah, yeah, yeah, I'm ready.
Im ready ready Teddy to rock and roll.
Well Its Sunday night, youre my gal.
'gotta brand new pair oshoes. Im gonna howl.
Rock all night, rock all day.
Tell them cats get outta my way,
Cause Im ready ....
This summer, Springsteen brought his brand
of basic rock and roll back to its home, the
bar. He played every chance he could get.
Since the end of April he jumped on five
different area stages to play with
nine different bands on more than 25 occasions. The only
person to experience Springsteen on a barroom stage
everytime he mounted one this summer was probably Spr Springsteen
ingsteen Springsteen himself. Nobody else seemed to have the time. All he
was doing during the day was recording two soon-to-be soon-to-bereleased
released soon-to-bereleased albums.
Back before he was on the covers of Time and Newsweek,
before he was recording albums, before he ever walked into
the office of Columbia Records, ace talent scout John Ham Hammond
mond Hammond in 1972, Springsteen was playing every chance he
could get in Asbury Park bars for a living. He played at bars
that many of those watching him this summer never got a
chance to walk into, like the Student Prince and The
Upstage. They closed many summers ago before most of the
kids were old enough to drink.
Springsteen writes sort of an epitath for the Upstage on the

back of Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes first album.
He says musicians from bands all over the New York-New
Jersey area gathered there after they finished their own
nightly gigs because it was open all night. They would team
off and trade sets until it was time to either crash on the
beach or nail the blankets over the windows and sleep till
nightfall. There was nothing to do but play, Springsteen
wrote. All night long.
In the past few years, though, Springsteens presence in
area clubs was rare. Since the end of the long legal battle
that delayed the release of what is now considered his
breakthrough album, Bom to Run, in 1975, he has either
been on tour or in recording studios with the E Street Band,
two very time consuming chores for Springsteen, a fanatical
perfectionist.

Between the end of the tour to promote his fourth album.
Darkness on the Edge of Town early in 1979 and the beginn beginning
ing beginning of the recording sessions for The River, his latest album,
Springsteen occasionally found refuge at the Fast Lane,
another rock club two blocks north and one block inland
from the Stone Pony.
Some say the Fast Lane, which opened in the fall of 1978
and immediately started booking rock artists of national
prominence was what brought Springsteen back to his old
stomping grounds. The Stone Pony had somewhere along the
line lost its commitment to original rock and roll bands like
the Asbury Jukes. Word has it, the Stone Ponys management
has been at odds with members of Springsteens and
Southside Johnny Lyons respective troupes since some alter altercations
cations altercations between bouncers and band members took place placeyears
years placeyears ago. These altercations, the story goes, started an unof unofficial
ficial unofficial boycott of the club by the cream of the local musicians.
But with rock and roll artists like Steve Forbert, David
Johanson, Robert Gorden and the Ramones doing shows at
the Fast Lane, Springsteen seemed to be attracted back to the
bar scene, although most solely as a spectator, playing only
occasionally.
In August, 1981, a month after he ended his world-wide
The River tour with three triumphant homecoming shows at
the brand-new Brendan Byrne Arena in Rutherford, N.J.,
Springsteen and his band closed the opening night of his
flamboyant saxaphonists new club Big Mans West in
Red Bank, about ten miles north of Asbury Park with a
scheduled but unannounced scorching seven-song set. That
night at Clarence Clemmons rock club was the lasi time
Springsteen played in public with the entire E Street Band.
As the following winter turned to spring, Springsteen
started showing up more and more at the Stone Pony, the
Fast Lane and Big Mans West. By the time the summer
came, he had become a regular bar fly.
Springsteens presence in a bar is easily
noticed. One only needs to scan the crowd
for a particularly cramped area in the bar
to spot his instantly recognizable jutting
underbite and matching oversized nose.
When he first walks into a bar, the word of his presence
spreads like smoke. Bruce is here, Bruce is here, friends
say to each other. Or simply "hes here.
While some fans are eager to speak with Springsteen,
many just seem to Want proximity. Just to be standing within
five feet of the man is enough. Just to watch him drink a
beer. Thats what makes it so easy to spot him 5O fans try trying
ing trying to share the same five foot circle.
The fans who do get up the nerve to confront Springsteen
face to face are treated with a kind of courtesy that is
somehow surprising for a celebrity.
Hey Bruce, you gonna rock tonight? one asked him in
the bathroom of the Stone Pony one Sunday night.
Ya never know," Springsteen replied with a chuckle.
Hey Bruce, can 1 talk to ya for a couple a seconds?
another asked another Sunday night.
Sure, he replied as the crowd around him thickened.

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But lets move over there. Its getting kinda crowded
around here.
After moving a few feet from the newly formed crowd,
Springsteen looked back laughing and said goddamn,
shaking his head disbelievingly.
He never seems to tire of talking to admiring fans. He
shakes their hands, listens to what they have to say usually
praising remarks about how much a certain song or his
music in general means to them and says thanks a lot
with a smile.
In concert, Springsteen occasionally recounts a story
about going to Graceland Mansion when one of his earlier
tours passed through Memphis, Tenn. After climbing a tree
to get over the fence surrounding the estate, he says in the
story which appeared in print in Rolling Stone magazine
after Elvis Presley died in 1977, he was apprehended by a
couple of Presleys body guards. Springsteen argued, telling
them that he was a famous rock star whose picture had
recently appeared on the cover of Time and Newsweek
magazines. Hes my idol, Springsteen says he said. I got gotta
ta gotta talk to him. But, as the story goes, it was to no avail. The
guards escorted him off the property like the countless other
fans who attempted the same stunt.
One cant help but think of that story when Springsteen is
standing in a bar, speaking to anyone who cares to speak
with him.
Springsteen never seemed to tire of transforming those
curious fans into screaming fanatics either.
By the end of the summer, it seemed like he would play
with anyone that would let him jump up on stage, as if he
were borrowing bands to satisfy his own addiction to per performing.
forming. performing.
On a Saturday night in July, Stray Cats, a rockabilly band
that released a couple of albums in England during the last
few years before finally releasing one in the United States
and getting a quasi-hit with Rock This Town, was playing
the Fast Lane.
The Fast Lane is strictly a dancing bar. It has no tables or
chairs. The wall opposite the stage is carpeted bleachers.
The only thing even remotely fancy about his hole-in-the hole-in-thewall
wall hole-in-thewall bar is a single spinning disco light above the dance
floor.
But this night there was no room to dance. It was Stray
Cats first show in the area and local rock fans, Springsteen
included, were anxious to see this bands back-to-basics ap approach
proach approach to rock and roll (stand-up bass, hollow body electric
guitar and a three-piece drum kit).
Springsteen, apparently taking advantage of his celebrity
status, sat behind the sound board so he could watch the
show in peace.
When the band came back on stage for an encore after it
finished its regular set, the lead singer, Brian Setzer, told the
audience theres a special guest in the audience and his hisname
name hisname is Bruce Springsteen. With those words, Springsteen
was on his feet. He didnt even wait for Setzer to say if he
wants to play, tell him to come on up before he started
moving toward the stage to the tune of roof-shaking
Bruuuuuuce from the crowd. He obviously didnt need the
song to think about it Setzer said the band would give
him. As always, he was ready.
Bars stayed open later than they were supposed to when
Springsteen was on stage this summer. As his lyrics suggest,
the man has a fixation on the concept of all night long.
The Stone Pony is supposed to close at 3 a.m. Some Sunday
nights it would be well after closing time before Springsteen
would sing about the Asbury Park police knocking on the
doors of a packed bar that refused to stop rockin till the
moon went down in his own version of Chuck Berrys
Around and Around.
One Friday night at Big Mans West in Red Bank, where

the bars usually close promptly at 2 a.m., a popular original,
yet very Springsteen-ish Rhode Island band called Beaver
Brown played repeated encores until the house lights came
on at 1:55 a.m. As people filed out of the club Springsteen
strolled calmly on stage. He played until 2 :30.
I just want to stay in this grove all night long, he said
once while playing at the Stone Pony with Cats. All night
long.
The bands that Springsteen borrowed for his spontaneous
jams followed his direction as if he were a symphonic con conductor
ductor conductor gone rock and roll. When he would crouch into the
song-ending-lets-jump-and-iand-on-the-final-note stance, so
would the band members. He could get them swinging the
necks of their guitars back and forth to the music with him.
He could get the bands lead singer to croon along with him
by his hand toward the microphone. He could get
band to do running knee slides across the floor
with him. Bands that play with Springsteen play hard. They
have to; hes Bruce Springsteen.
His control over an audience is equally omnipotent. He
needs only to sing a line, suggest a sing-a-long answer and
stick his ear toward the fans and they sing louder than the
band can play.
One Sunday after playing an apparently fresh-penned
song a week before with Cats at the Stone Pony, Springs Springsteens
teens Springsteens voice was almost totally drowned out by the audience.
Come on over to my place, baby! Hey you, were having
a party, the cramped fans bellowed, pointing their fingers
on the hey you part the way he had the week before. Spr Springsteen
ingsteen Springsteen threw his head back laughing with delight.
Although Springsteens song selections were mostly
limited to classic rock and rollers from the sos, he often pep peppered
pered peppered them with his own lines, verses and vignettes. During
one rendition of Little Richards Lucile he told the band to
"bring it down (slow the tempo and lower the volume) and
told of a dream he had, half talking, half singing. He wakes
up to find no Lucile. He gets dressed, boots, leather jacket
and all, and goes out after her into the woods: Im on the
prowl. Im on the prowl, he repeated faster and faster, until
the climax: Im on the prowl, Frankenstein, Dracula, there
aint no word for what Ive become now. Lucile! Please come
back where you belong!
There aint no word indeed. One fan turned to a stranger
at the conclusion of one of the jams and observed Did you
see his eyes during Long Tall Sally. The mans crazed.
And the man never seemed to want to rid himself of that
crazed state. He was in it all summer long. Whether he was
prancing through Eddy Cochrans Summertime Blues or
Sam Cookes Shake, he always seemed determined to play
this song harder than the last one.
Even when he mellowed his tempo to the level of Tom
Waits Jersey Girl, his last-chance determination never let
up.
And the fans are left to wonder why. Why does he play so
much? And for free yet. Arent the never-ending tours
enough? No other rock stars do it.
It was this nagging question that incited me to approach
Springsteen at 2:34 a.m.one Saturday night in August after
one of his Red Bank jams with Beaver Brown.
I havent done any interviews in a long time, he said
leaning on his mint-condition black 1969 convertible Chevy
Chevelle outside an "all night restaurant in Long Branch,
N.J. I don t really have too much to say right now, ya
know.
"The summers been great. I got to hang out in the bars a
lot and play.
But why? Goddamnit, why?
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Palling Oators: The UF Parachute Club will be teaching
first-jump courses this evening at 7, room 349 on the Reitz
Union. Everyone is invited to attend, and movies will be
shown.
Hoar* of Yoga: Classes for beginners and advanced
students will be given Monday night from 7 to 9 at the
United Church of Gainesville, 1624 NW Fifth Ave.

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Alpha Phi Omega: The National Service Fraternity is
having open rush for all interested parties. Today there is a
barbecue from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Murphree Area Com Commons
mons Commons courtyard. Saturday there is a casual party at the
French Quarter Clubhouse, 1001 SW 16th Ave. from 5 p.m.
to 8 p.m.
Miss University of Florida Pageant: The deadline for
signing up for the pageant is next Friday, Sept. 10. There are
20 available spots. Sign up at the Blue Key Office, third floor
of the Reitz Union.
LSM: Lutheran Student Movement will have dinner and a
discussion on The Various Religions that Flourish in
Gainesville, Sunday 5 p.m., at the University Lutheran
Church, 1826 W. University Ave.

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Chanting and Moditatlon: The Siddha Meditation
Center will have classes from 7:45 to 9 p.m., on Sunday.
1000 SW ninth St.
Soccor Club: The Womens Soccer Club is having prac practice
tice practice Tuesdays, Thursdays and Friday at 4:30 p.m. on Flem Fleming
ing Fleming Field.
JSU: The Jewish Student Union will have an organiza organizational
tional organizational meeting noon on Sunday at the Hillel House, 16 NW
18th St.
Sabbath: Friday night services are at 7 at the Hillel
House, advanced paid reservations are required for dinner
afterwards. Saturday morning services are at 10 and Sunday
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10

Landlords fear they could get soaked by waterbed law

yGailGedan
Alligator Writer

In 1968, when waterbeds first became widely available,
they were supposed to make sleeping easier. Today, some
people arent sleeping too well because of them.
As a part of a series of landlord and tenant laws passed
April 2 in the Florida Legislature, a subsection was added
known as the anti-waterbed discrimination law. What it
says is anyone who wants a waterbed can now own one, even
if their apartment lease says otherwise.
With this new law, "the landlords (anti-waterbed) lease
doesnt hold water, said Leonard Grill, director of Student
Legal Services. The landlord cant take away what the
statute gives you.
Grill said he has received a few calls on the law, but added
it is not known widely yet.
"It generally takes a year for a law to have its full im impact,
pact, impact, Grill said. He added that landlords are gonna be
screaming.
Some already are. like Mary Carver, manager of Oak
Forest apartments.
I think that a lot of people are going to get hurt (by the
law), Carver said.
One night, a maintenance man was in here, she said,
walking to the back of the office. And he heard a crack in
the back room. She pointed to a foot-long stress crack in
the ceiling. Carver said the worker noticed water dribbling
out of the crack, but that the crack never worsened.
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'No matter what building codes say, it's not a
fish tank.'
Mary Carver

Carver said, adding that she would like to see the new law
changed back to where it would be up to the discretion erf the
landlord to permit waterbeds.
Although Carver had slept on a waterbed for five years,
she said she would rather have a vacancy than an apart apartment
ment apartment with a waterbed. I had an accident with mine. The
hose broke when 1 was filling it, and it drained for over an
hour before I caught it.
Carver said the SI,OOO deposit her complex charges for
waterbed tenants is justifiable. Everybody has been very
understanding about the deposit, she said. When I explain
what the money covers they understand it better.
The deposit for non-waterbed tenants is $250, but $750 is
tacked on so that the tenant is covered in case their waterbed
makes one too many waves.
But Jim Farmer, owner of Waterbed Plus, said waterbeds
do not pose a problem. Waterbeds do not weigh more than a
TV set or a refrigerator, he said.
One way for the apartment managers to see if the
waterbeds are safe is to have their buildings inspected.
Farmer said. But he says they will not because, "they dont
want to prove that their floors wont hold up.

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Farmer repeatedly stressed that waterbeds were safe, and
that he has, never, ever had one go through a floor not
documented ones.
Wendy Carlow, assistant manager of Landmark Apart Apartments
ments Apartments said she is not pleased by the waterbed law.
These buildings were constructed before they even
thought of waterbeds, she said. Good ol Governor Bob
(Graham) should have made sure that people had insurance
before he passed this.
Landmark's lease used to say waterbeds prohibited, but
with the new law they will not be able to say that anymore.
Carlow said she has gotten some questions from her tenants,
asking whether they could have waterbeds, and people
come in wondering if the law was for real, she said. I
think discrimination against waterbed owners is a ridiculous
way to put it.
University Cardens resident manager Jill Wagle said she
has no complaints about the law. Her complex has allowed
waterbeds in the past, but only on the first floor. I realize
that according to law I cant make them change floors now,
but waterbeds nowadays are practically damage-proof, she
said.
How would she feel if a second-floor tenant decided to buy
a waterbed? Id be nervous about it. They weigh a lot when
theyre filled up, she said. But they dont want their floor
to collapse as much as we do. She added that waterbed
owners generally request the first floor, but that if there was
a second-story owner, wed work something out.

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Take two aspirin and don't worry
about sunburn, researchers say

By Leslie Kraft
Alligator Writer
Three Miami skin specialists from Mount
Sinai Medical Center found that the use of
aspirin and two anti-arthritis drugs can
lessen the discomfort and redness of sunburn.
Under the co-authorship of Dr. Stephen
Horwitz, Edward Edwards and Phillip
Frost, the study and its findings were
published in a recent issue of the Archives of
Dermatological Research.
Using artificial sunlight for light, the
authors and several volunteers took aspirin
two hours before exposing themselves to the
light and for three additional times after afterward
ward afterward at four-hour intervals.
The team found that taking the aspirin
resulted in an increase in the amount of time
that could be spent in sunlight before the skin
turned red.
The research does not indicate a relation relationship
ship relationship between the taking 6f aspirin and
lessened skin cell damage, but it does appear
MICHELLE FOWLER

Williams charged as
adult, detained in jail
Sixteen-year-old Columbus Williams has
been charged as an adult for possession of
drug paraphernalia, retail theft and viola violation
tion violation of probation, and is being held pending
payment of a $4,000 bond at the Alachua
County jail, records show.
On Aug. 29, Williams was arrested and
charged with retail theft and possession of
paraphernalia by security guards at Maas
Brothers department store in the Gainesville
Mall. He was taken to the North Juvenile
Detention Center following the arrest.
On Aug. 31, Williams was turned over to
the Alachua County jail, the adult detention
facility. On Sept. 1, violation of probation
was tacked to the charges.
Williams is the black youth shot by a white
undercover Gainesville policeman while
resisting arrest for selling marijuana in
December. The incident kicked off three days
of racial riots in Gainesville.
Circuit Judge Elzie Sanders placed
Williams on three years probation Aug. 2
for possession and delivery of marijuana.
Williams was arrested two weeks later after
he failed to appear for a scheduled probation
meeting. He was released on his own
recognizance on Aug. 18.

376-4482(3)
The iEidependent
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crime

the human tolerance to the sun can be tripled
through its use.
Because sunscreen is a much more
effective means of preventing sunburn,
aspirin should be taken only as an emergency
measure when sunscreen is unavailable, and
is effective against burning and redness only
when taken before or soon after the burn has
occurred, Hortwitz said.
One should never take more than three
tablets every four hours and not exceed 12
tablets in any one day, Horwitz said. This
procedure has not been proven to guard
against sun exposure damage, such as age
spots, wrinkles and skin cancer.
Gainesville dermatologist Richard
Childers recommends the use of sunscreen
products containing PABA, benzophenones,
and products with protection factor 15.
Further studies are being conducted by the
authors to determine the full extent of the
positive effects of aspirin in lessening sun sunburn
burn sunburn discomfort and damage.

Mailbox bums, man
charged with arson
A Hawthorne man who set his mailbox on
fire, left and then returned has been charged
with arson and resisting arrest with violence
by the Alachua County Sheriffs Office.
Larry Eugene Smith, 1008 NW Sixth St.,
Thursday morning placed a box of matches
stuffed with paper into his mailbox inside the
Hawthorne Post Office. Smith then lit it and
left. A short while later, he returned to the
post office and was confronted by Sheriffs
deputies. Smith fled, and after a foot chase
he was arrested and booked without bond in into
to into the Alachua County jail.
Two-foot pot plant
confiscated in Booty
A two-and-a-half-foot marijuana plant
growing from a cardboard box was
discovered in a Beaty Towers west dormitory
room Wednesday night, UF police records
show.
Hall Advisor Mary Jo Miller confiscated
the plant from a room at about 11 p.m. dur during
ing during a fire drill and turned it over to Hall
Director Michael Perry. The plant was
uprooted by UF police, placed in an envelope
and turned over to Lt. Gene Watson to be
destroyed, records show.
The matter still is under investigation,
Perry said.



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377-7422. 375-6173. 9-8-11-1
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August rent free. Sublet old role lorg 1 bt
unfurnished opt pools pets on bus lines $240
month + deposit Adrienne 392-4116 8-
Spm 9-3-5-1
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if you rent a spacious 2br opt with w/w,
dishw, .a/c, coll stan 371 -7087 for more info.
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new corpeting, gos, private courtyard,
shaded area. 3415 SW 24 St #4, $245,
371-6469 (or 372-0118 mgr). 9-7-5-1
Sept. Rent Free-L Mancha Apts. 4 bdrm.
Furn. 2blks to campus, individual lease,
Color TV -maid service pool, 378-7224.
9-7-5-1
2 bedroom house 3 blks to tigert garage,
fireplace, pets ok, Ist 4- lost. $325. Call
371-1419 evngs. 9-7-5-1
Two houses for rent: 3br 2bath new point +
carpet cent. H/A, fenced yard. 2930 NE 18
Way; + 1038 NE 10 PI. $350/mo. 372-2486
after 4 M-F, anytime weekends. 9-7-5-1
RENT CUT SHARPLY; S2OO, close to U; 17th
St. and 4th Ave; relatively large furnished
single bdm; twin beds; 378-7056./Also 2
bdrm $245. 9-8-4-1

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3 BR/2 Bath at 2215 NE 15 St. Cent, oir/heat,
fenced yard, utility shed, portly furnished.
S4OO/mo + S3OO deposit. 372-0602 9-8-5-1
Walk to U of F Large Room For Serious Non Nonsmoking
smoking Nonsmoking Student. Nice Trees, All Utilities
Pd. $l7O/mo 373-2038 9-8-5 i
2bdrm 1 1/2 bth fownhouse new $375/mo.
w/water, pest control, dishwasher,
disposal, sewage, garbage pickup, 2mi
from UF. Call 371-3369 9-8-5-1
Modern/spocious l-br apt-close to UF,
shopping, on bus route. 3316 SW 41 PI
#23-$205 per month, pets ok. Call PAULA
373-2818 9-8-5-1
One bedroom apt. in old frame house,
$ 187/mo, inc. water, sewer, pest control,
hot water, pets ok, extra room. After spm.
373-7081 9-7-4-1
4 BR. POOL HOME. Fireplace, covered patio,
fenced acre lot. Privacy. 2 mi. North of air airport
port airport off Waldo Rd. SBSO/mo. Ph 372-6022
aft 5. 9-13-8-1
2 BEDROOM DUPLEX, $2lO/month. Pleasant
setting on bus route. 373-8227, 376-2637.
(No children or pets). 9-8-5-1
Lakefront: 12 x 60 2br/!bath mh. on 2 1/2
acres, very privote ISC' private beoch, pets
OK, good swim/fish. $lB5 month,
Hawthorne area. 376-1352. 9-9-5-1

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i 411 NW 15 St. 37-0769, 378-8390,
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Laundry on premise. 800 NW 18 Ave. Apt.
54. Sublease 376-8735 9-8-4-1
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G. Grohom. 378-6120. 9-9-5-1
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furnish : i.f,m share kitchen + IR. SBS 4-
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t. 6652 Lease 9-17 10-1
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174 8414 378-8122, -17-10-1
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177 9615. 9 10-5-1
Sare Apt $ 150-month. 1536 NW 3rd
A.ei ue #6l Couch for sole $55. 9-3-1-1
fent I bed/1 both Apt at Brandywine.
$325 a month. For more details call
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Sublet, efficiency 162.50/mth. 2 blocks
tiom UofF. after spm call 372-3012, before
spm call 392-4008. Ask for Santiago.
V3M
2 BR I bath apartment, furnished $265, un unturn
turn unturn $240. behind Gainesville Mall, fenced
yard. Ist, last, security dep. 495-2953.
9 105 1
Aichei rd 8x45 frn TRAILER. $175 mo unfrn
$l6O No pets / children. Washer/water frn
lea' l person max 2 call collect
0)3 360 7542 9-17-10-1
4 i>i 2 b spacious home NW carpets cen h/a,
smoker. fenced huge master br screened
poict pets ok 3455 NW 51 Ave. SSOO.
378 4626 9 105-1
Bargain Reduced to S3OO. 3 br/lbath par para'ly
a'ly para'ly turn carpets air 3 1/2 mi to UF on cul culie
ie culie sac by lake. 2791 SE 27 Ave. 378-4626
9 10 5 1
ROOMMATES
Femole non-smoking serious student to
s'.oie 2 bdr. I V* bath twnhouse in NW
ohj. lux furn. $l5O/mo plus 1/3 util. April
378 1098 9-13-14-2
Mature, nonsmoker needed for 3 bedroom
>use. central air, fireplace, yard, pets OK.
Rem $133. deposit. Call 372-8589. 9-3-S-2
ROOMMATE
Female wanted to share bdrm. Hawaiian
V. imp 1/ 3 costs. 371 -9211. 9-3-S-2
* ONLY SIOO Gatortown -own
<>om, non nonsmoking
smoking nonsmoking woman to share w/2; coll Roxana
376-4458' 375-6823. 9 3-5-2
Roommate Wanted
Non Smoker. Call 374-4303
s.4o mo, 1 '2 Utilities 9-3-S-2
Female desired to share new 2b/1 l/2bath
NW condo furnished and fully equipped.
$225 1/2 util per month. Pool + tennis,
376-1671 9-3-5-2
Female neat non-smoker needed to shore a
turmshed 2 Bdrm 2 Bo apt located 1 1/2
miles from compus. $230m0 + 1/2 utilities.
371 3414. 9-3-5-2
Roommate wanted 3 bdrm house 1/3 util.
$lO3 rent, 2 mir.. bike to school, liv rm. kit,
etc. See at 421 SW 3 St, contact tim, studio
214 ARC bldg. 9-3-5-2
Responsible nonsmoker wonted for im immediate
mediate immediate occupancy. Own bedroom.
$147.50 mo. -F 1/2 utilities. 373-5825.
9 3-5-2
S'udioos non-smoking female to shore 1
odrm. need only your bdrm furn. Tennis
locquetbll Hickory Hills, $125 mo + 1/2
ufi.ties 4- 1/2 deposit. On bus route.
Su/onne 375-4142 Great apt. 9-3-5-2
nature and studious female to share 2 bdrm
ip l block from UF, pref grad or up upperclassman.
perclassman. upperclassman. $125 a month 1/2 util.
371 8106. Koran. 9-3-5-2
Female roommate needed to share 4 bdr
house. Close to campus with wash/dry. On On!y
!y On!y $l2O/mo 4- util. Call 377-0224. 9 9-7-2
Female to share Ig master bdrm in new 2
story furnished condo. 2 pools ten. roq-ball
own wash + dry dishwasher. CALL
372 5669 * 9-3-5-2
female nonsmoker 2 bedroom 1 1/2 both
brand new fownhouse, 2.3 miles from cam campus,
pus, campus, $187.50 and 1/2 util. Call Peggy
373-5154. 9 3-5-2
Female roommate needed.. Landmark Apts,
close to campus. SBS a month, plus VC
utilities. Call 374-8938. 9-3-5-2
Roommate desired, clean, responsible,
non-smoker. Own room in large 2Bd
Morocaibo opt. $162m0 4- 1/2 util. Coll
Dovid 375-6432. 9-3-5-2
Roommate wanted, nonsmoker, must be
quiet and liberal, 2 Br opt. port furn. walk to
rompus. $145 mo + 1/2 util. 371-0901 eve.
9 3 5-2
Responsible mole roommate wonted to
store nice 2br/lboth apt. on bus route.
slls mo 4- ", electric. Coll Tim 371-3381
otter 5:00 pm. 9-7-5-2
Own bdrm Southwood fownhouse, unfurn,
cbl. 1 3 util, carpet, oc. on bus line, nine
month lease!! Aug free! $lO5 month,
371-4612. 9-3-4-2
Oak Forest. Female roommate needed.
Own bedroom own both. Call now Sept,
month Free. Coll otter five, 377-1789.
97-5-2
M or F Christian wonted to shore attractive 2
bdr. 2 bokony apt. 2 blocks from compus.
376-8962. 9-7-S-2
Mole own rm furn in 26r/lB NW house.
Must bea serious student! $l5O/mo. 4-1/2
uhl., Ist. lost. Coll Sieve 3754)776. 9-7-S-2
Femole Roommate in beoutiful Furn 2 bdrm
I both w/wash A dryer. 3 mis from campus.
Coll Jodi. M-F oft 6. 376-9950. any
weekends. 9-7-S-2

Roommate needed. Female non-smoker to
shore Ibrapt. $lO5/mo. + 1/2 utilities. Call
Alison, 392-8046 or
371-8110. 9-7-S-2
FEMALE own room in NW home, a/c,
wash/dry, pets ok, sllO mo. '/* util. SIOO
deposit. 371-1842 anytime. 9-7-5-2
Roommate wanted must be neat, depen dependable.
dable. dependable. Own room in huge house in Duck Duckpond
pond Duckpond area (NE). $l6O/mo 4- '6 util.
C 011375-2644 keep trying. 9-7-S+2
* eGATORWOOD* * female to
shore 2BR/2Bth Beautifully furnd apt. $lB3
4 1/2 util. For more info coll Stacy
377- 9-7-5-2
Roommate Wanted to share 2 bedroom
trailer 10 minutes from campus, $150.00 per
month, 1/2 utilities, call Wayne 376-6219 wk
375-4008 9 3-8-2
Roommate wanted own room in 1 br opt.
Mellow nonsrrcker upperclass or Grad
preferred. Low rent, come by 426 NW 9
Ave. Th 3-6. WF 3-5 9-3-3-2
Roommate needed for small 1 BR in large
older house. 1 BL to UF. No cars. Fireplace,
SIOO/mo. 4- Vi util. 377-2309. 9-3-3-2
* SEPT. RENT FREE* need 1 female own
room or 2 females share room nonsmokers
in beautiful Windmeodows. Please coll
373-5734. 9-8-S-2
Female rmmt to share furnished 2bdrm
2bafh apt in oak forest. Need bdrm fur furniture.
niture. furniture. HBO, sauna, pool, tennis cts on lake,
378- 9-S-5-2
Female roommate wonted. Own room in
nice 2 bedroom Quod. Completely furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. Serious student only. $l6O 4- 1/2
utilities. Coll 371-9223. 9-8-S-2
Fern rmmt to share bdrm in 2bdrm 2ba
twnhse. sspm 4- '/ util. Pool, 1/2 mi from
UF 4- close to shopping. Coll after 9pm
378-9056. 9-7-4-2
Roommate wanted for 4 BR house in NW
G'ville, washer dryer fireplace & more.
$145 4- utilities. No pets, no smokers. Coll
Dave 376-4822. 9-7-4-2
Responsible n-smkr, own rm. New 1200 sq ft
3brm,2 l/2bth twnhs in sw, furnished plus
wshr, dryr n cable. 4mi to UF. MUST be
clean n neat. $l5O/m 4- 6ut4-slsodep. Coll
John at 377-6833. 9-7-4-2
For just SBS/mo 4- util, you can share a Ig,
quiet opt w/ two personable, hord studiers.
Call wendy @ 371-3894 eves. 7 min to UF.
9-7-4-2
* OAK FOREST
Roommate needed now for 2Br/2Bth opt.
Luxury apt. with new carpet. Call now for
GREAT DEAL!!!
376-7002
9-3-3-2
RESPONSIBLE FEMALE NEEDED CHOICE OWN
ROOM sllO/ SHARE MASTER ROOM $95 IN
LOVELY FURNISHED 4 BDRM HOUSE ON BUS
ROUTE. TRACEY/ZENZ 371-6438/378-8984.
9-8-S-2
Roommate wonted to shore 3bdrm,2 1/2
bath, NW section, geodesic dome apt.
Quiet and in the pines, $l5O/month A /
uH. 375-6972 days 375-1069 eves ask for
Pam. 9-8-5-2
Need ROOMMATE-fern, to share 2bedroom
opt. close to campus, stores, 4- laundry
$139m0. 4- l / util. Apt. furnished. PLEASE?
Judy 377-1446. 9-9-5-2
"Walk to UFI"
room in 2bd, water, sewer, garbage paid.
1306 SW 13 SI. $135, Park tone Apis.
375-2083, 373-4466, 375-6173. 9-9 5-2
LOOk! Female wanted to share Ig. mstbdm.
atUniv Gards. Apt. Pool, Rcibl., 'A utilities!
Only $125 mo. Call after spm. 371-4599.
9-8-S-2
Female Roommate wanted, own roam
Pfcadilly Apts. $150.00 a month + v
utilities. Call 377-5249. 9-9-S-2
M/F non-smoker needed to share 28R
twnhse at The lakes (nw). Prefer 21 +
healthy capitalist. $l5O/100 + 1/2 utilities.
371-8091. 9-9-5-2
Help we're desperate! female wonted for
2bd/2bo furn. apt. sllO mo. + util. Call
371-3921. 9-9-S-2
Femole wanted to shore spocious 1 br apt 3
blocks from campus. $125 + 1/2 ult.
377-0292 keep trying. 9-9-S-2
DESPERATE! Need two house-motes, one for
own room-$l 45/mo and one to share
sllO/mo. Near UF. Coll 371-3991 for info.
9-8-4-2
GREAT HOUSE for considerate adult-near
campus $ dwntn. Yard ttrepioce porch
garage. Occupy immed. One roommate.
sl7s+ 1/2. 375-4090. 9-8-J-2
Roommate needed to occupy own room in
the Villoge Apts. Pay utilities. Call
377-6910. 9-8-3-2
Quiet femole non-smoker wanted tor en enmedtale
medtale enmedtale occupancy in SW 20 Ave Own
bedroom. $!47.50/mo + 1/2 uNI
373-5825. 9-10-5-2
POINTWEST easygoing mol# looking for
nontmoker. 2bed'lbalh poolside $l9O mo
+ 1/2 uMiNes. Please call 371-4137
9-7-J-2

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Female wonted to share trmshed bdrm w
anoth in 2 bdrm 1 1/2 bath spacious opt.
call 376-5560 rent approx sllsmo-close to
compus! 9-10-5-2
Male roommate wanted for own rm in 2
bdrm. mobile home: $l5O + 1/2 util. Non
smoker. Call 375-1562 keep trying. 9-10-5-2
Roommate needed Beautiful 4 BDRM Home
Rent $137 00 plus % utilities. Call 373-0431
9-10-5-2
Desperate Need for Female Roommate at
Brandywine furnished 1 bed/1 bath Pool
sauna busline, call after 3:00, 371-2186.
9-10-5-2
Roommote F to share fully furnished one
bedroom condo. Located near sorority row.
Must be neat, studious, call Sandie
376- 9-10-5-2
Responsible, liberal, male roommate
wanted. Own room in 3 br house with
pool, laundry, coble + HBO Close to cam campus
pus campus $ 175/mo + 1/3 util. 375-2730 9-9 4-2
SUPERIOR LIVING AT VIZCAYA! Mature,
liberal and studious roommate needed for 2
bedroom/both condo coll 377 1288. 9-3-1-2
UNREAL LOCATION M 2
bath house microwave dishwash wash 4- dry
HBO sundeck No Cigs $l6O util 5 min
walk stadium Call Bill 377-4569. 9-662
Roommate needed: 1 small BR in spocious
house SIOO/mo + Vi util. Ist, Ist & sec. lbl
to U.F. 1220 S.W. Ist Ave. Come by/coll
372-3817 9-8-3 2
Responsible nonsmoking m/f needed to
share a very clean 2/1 apt bike dist to UF.
$ 1 45/m 4- 1 /2e lec Yr lease
1 4-last 4-ssodep. No pet no pot call
377- 9-662
Female roommote: own room, furn. Walk,
bike to campus. $l6O 4- 1/2 ut. v Call
372-7697, best to try after 4:00. 9-63-2

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HAMMOCK RIDGE Homebuyer/Investor 3br
2bath mfg homes on 1 acre lots, $33,900 4-
$1695 Dn Complete financial analysis.
Model-Sales office open daily 1:30 pm.
Saxon Realtors, 495-2056 or 373-1644.
9-14-10-3
HAMMOCK RIDGE- Students/Stoff 1 ocre
lots, SIOOO Dn, mo payment less than most,
MH lot rent. Oft Archer Rd, Saxon Realtors,
495-2056 or 373-1644 9 14-10-3
20 beautiful ocres in Archer, has huge
oaks/pines, fenced, very private, perfect
tor small ranch, owner finance,
$2750/ocre 376-1352 9 9-5-3

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FOR SALE
Good Used Furniture Desks, Chests,
Sofas, Dinette Sets, Dishes, etc. Best
Prices m Town. Browse Shoppe 433 South
Mam. 12 13-77-4
KARATE EQUIP all types of martial
arts uniforms, sparring equip.,
weapons, and books IN STOCK If it's
made, we hove it or can get it quickly
at excellent prices. Coll 375-8144 or
visit 306 W. Univ Ave. (Wodo-Kai
Korate) 9-15-15-4
Karate
Equipment tor sale. Uniforms, weapons,
books, T-shirts, etc. New class open this
week. Please coll 378-4172 or visit 809 W.
Univ. Ave. 9-10-15-4
AREA'S LARGEST USED FURNITURE STORE.
Desks, couches, shelving, beds, & more
NINA'S NOOK
818 W. Univ. Ave. behind Taco Bell.
WE BUY FURNITURE 377-6700 12-13-77-4
1/2 PRICE BEDDING
Desks, Dressers, Chests, Sofas, Dining rm
sets, bookshelves, lamps, coffee and end
tables, etc. Wide selection to choose from.
See at Affordable Furniture & Bedding, 1201
E. Univ. Ave. (1 block east of Waldo Road.)
373 5500 12-13-77-4
Good Used Furniture. Desks, Chests, Sotos,
Dinette Sets, Dishes, etc. Best Prices in
Town. Browse Shoppe, 433 South Main.
12-13-77-4
One Bnnkmonn Radar Detector $35 One
Sanyo car stereo am/fm, auto rev, dolby,
loudness switch, metal topes worth SIBO
sell SBO. 377-3855. 9-30-3-4
OAK TABLE-DESKS
Over 100 in stock, 34" x 60" top with 2
drawers, $35 $75. Office Mart, 690 NE 23rd
Ave, 373-7516 9-10-10-4
USED OFFICE FUR FURNITURE
NITURE FURNITURE
Toble Desks, Chairs, Bookcases and much
more! Office Mort, 690 NE 23rd Ave,
373-7516. 9-10-10-4
Zounds! Whot great sounds in my cor! Now I
happily travel tar, since the tunes come in
clear to my ear after a visit to Cor Stereo
Specialists at 2201 NW 13 St. Low prices and
hi-fi make their cor stereos o great buylSee
Ken now and you too will be saying
"WOW!" Call 372-2070 today. 12-13-73-4
STOP wasting hours waiting in line for your
turn at a computer terminal! Sound Ideas
Computing to the rescue! Own your own
terminal! So convenient-use from your
home 4- at any time you choose! Use with
NERDC, VAX or Dow-Jones. Terminal may
be purchased or leased Sound Ideas Com Computing
puting Computing 2201 -C NW 13 St. 372-1712. 10-7-30-4
FOR SALE: 1981 Hondo Passport. Two mon months
ths months old. lOOmpg only $595 negotiable, in includes
cludes includes helmet. Cal! after 6:00 373-2162.
19-3-5-4
Queen size water bed with wooden frame,
like new, SIOO. Coll 377-1368. 9-65-4
for sale 10 speed bike Itwt Windsor carrero
sport excellent condition, all alloy toe clips
etc. Call Mike 377-9663 leave name 4- #.
9-3-5-4
1980 Yamaha 125 Enduro-6 speed. Like new
w/ rock & helmets $725. Coll 392-2811 bet between
ween between 4-11 pm Monday through Friday.
9-3-5-4
for sale in good shape. Call
371-0359. 9-3-5-4
Brand new queensize mattress and Boxspr Boxspring
ing Boxspring $50.00 or best offer 371 4486. 9 3-5-4
BALLOONS $lO for 1 doz helium balloons,
free delivery. CAII the Balloon Goon after
5:00 weekdays. Anytime weekends,
376-3872 9-14-10-4

376-6843
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Moving Sole, TV, Color 19" like new. under
warranty, $2lO. Call Alan. 392 2000, 9om
6pm; 378-9486, after 6pm 9-3-4-4
78 Puch moped, helmet 4 lock. Excel'ent
condition. S4OO even Call Sue, 392-1919
after 4 pm. 9-7-5-4
Your
Future?
Palmistry cassette tope 4- chort quickly
teach the art. Interesting and entertotnmg.
Only $7.95 4- SI.OO p4h to Palmistry, P.O
Box 2187, Gainesville, FL 32602 9-7 5-4
WATERBED. Kmgsize. heater plottorm,
bookcase heodboard, bio-wave massage
vibrator, sheets and pad included, ex.shp
373-3182, S3OO. 9-3-4 4
KONICA FS-1 camera w/ lens, Vivatar 283
flash and 2x teleconverter, camera bog and
tripod. Everything for S3OO or will sell
seperately. Call 372-5182. 9-8-5-4
'73 Honda CL 125. Excellent running con condition,
dition, condition, great gas mileage, surprisingly fast.
Needs paint. S3OO, call 375-4416 and keep
trying. 9-S-5-4
Ludwig snore drum-AII chrome, one
cymbal, stands. Like new. SIOO. 378-7872.
Kitchen chairs set of four, sls for set.
9-7-4-4
For Sale TRS-80 color computer, 3ZK,
loysticks, computer cassette books, stood.
$500.00, 378-7768 9-63-4
GARFIELD needs a home. He i> a grey-cheek
parakeet. Comes with cage ana perch. $ 150
takes all. After 5, Fronk 372-5407. 9-65-4
Ohio scientific CIP computer basic long.
Like apple. Con use cassette storage.
Keyboard and monitor S3OO obo after 5
372- 9-8 5-4
REFRIGERATOR, Fngidaire. 25 years old,
looks/runs GREAT! $75 Call 372-0620.
9-8-5-4
SURFBOARD, 6'4" twin fin. 21" wide, 16"
tan. SIOO. Ask for Troy 378-0590 9-65-4
AMPLIFIER. Yamaha gitar amplifier 100
watts 4-band eq tremolo 15inch speaker.
$225 Col I Eric 373 7169. 7 Oft pm. 9-65-4
* SURFBOARD* Caster channel
hull twin fin. Air brush, 6 ft. hke new. $l9O
call Ben 378-2141. 9-664
DREAM MACHINE 1982 HONDA SABRE silky
V-4, futuristic instrumentation, shaft excel
cond $2999 sove SSOO/375-3531 9-9-5-4
Sofa-sleeper (Full-size) SSO. Vomty with 5
drawers and 40mch mirror $75. 373-2811
after 5 & weekends. 9-9-5-4
AKC Cocker Spaniels. Chompion
Bloodlines, Buff, 6 weeks, shots t worm wormed,
ed, wormed, Male 4- female, $175.00 call 375-4677
after 5:00. 9-9-5 4
Dining table, 4 chairs Livmgroom; sofa,
chair, tables coll Mario 371 -8207. 9-8 4-4
9 drawer bureau. S3O; double bed, mat mattress,
tress, mattress, boxspnngs. frame, $25; manual
typewriter, sls; all foir to good condition
373- 9-9-S-4
Baby ferrets for sole, $25 each. Call Eric,
378-2178. 9-3-2-4
BABYSITTER WANTED: creative, responsible
sitter for our two daughters, 2:15-5:00 M-F,
light housecleaning, need car. 372-6254
after 5:00 9-7 3-4
For Sole Draw mg/ Drafting Instruments. Call
Shelton 376-2595, Leave narr\e/no. 9-7-3-4
LIKE NEW Twin mattress, box spring and
frame, green bean bog choir and white bor borco
co borco lounger Call 378-9798 or 392-9747.
9-7-3-4
3br 1 1/2 bath 1974 mobile home, all fur furnishings
nishings furnishings 4- equipment included plus win window
dow window coverings 4- screened patio, Brittany
Estates. $7,000, no ossumoble loan. Call
376- 9-5:00. 9-16-164
MOPED 1981 Jawo-bought new in March.
Two speed Automatic, Excellent condition
asking for $395 Call Megan at 377-4769.
9-9-5-4
Queen size box spring + mattress--S3O;
Double -- S6O, double frame sls;
Singlq with frame $25.
Call 373-6146 9-9-5-4
Keep hike theives awoy. New Master U Ushoped
shoped Ushoped lock. $25.00. Coll Shoron 373-6290.
9-7-3-4
Pioneer SX-650 amp/fm tuner, technics
Sl-23 belt drive turntable, pair SVG custom
speakers, all exc. cond. hear to apprec
$550,376-1352 9-9-S-4
1981 Yamaha 400 sp w/extras exc. cond.
3500 mi. Large color TV Mans 7 diamond
ring Sears scholar electric typewriter
w/case new 378-8443. 9-9-5-4
Coles 4 Sole T 159-125, TISI-15, Tl Tlprogrammer-40,
programmer-40, Tlprogrammer-40, smith corona elect
typewriter 150, coll ryon at 392-5880 (w) or
377- (h). 9-9-5 4

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Areas Largest Selection
I Quality Used Furniture
9 818 W. University Ave. ff
I We Buy Furniture I

SAILBOARDS intro offer Heron
sailboards Features not offered on com competing
peting competing brands costing sloo's more complete
outfit only $775 Call for demo 475-1247.
99-5-4
SOL Cat 18" beautiful boat, excellent cond.
on trailer SI9OO, 376-2777 after 5:00.
9-9-S-4
FENDER Super Reverb Amp, $250. GIBSON
Melody Maker electric guitar 4- cose, $125,
both for $350. Call eves 472-3826. 9-8-3 4
PUCH 10 speed, almost new a brand new
derailleur, 27 inch frame, aqua color, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Michele 392-7063.
9-8-3-4
For Sale- Seally twin bed only one semester
old. Desperately need to sell! $50.00 of Ist
best offer, doll 371-0958. 9-9-4-4
KENWOOO STEREO. NEW must sell, boxed,
never opened, $870.00 retail will sacrifice
for S6OO. Call eves. 378-6481 9-8-3-4
ONE WAY, Miami to Gainesville Air Florida
ticket $20.00, Departs 6pm September 21
Call 495-2145 9-7-2-4
Refrigerator for sale. 13 Cubic ft, Good Con Condition,
dition, Condition, $125. Call Mark or Jim of 371-3892.
9-8-3-4
For sale twin bed S4O, PVC desk $lO, chest
S3O-after 6pm: 375-2994. 9-9-4-4
Photo Students: For sale 35mm camera,
28mm lens, flash camera case, filters.
Reasonable prices Call Michele after 5,
372-0106. 9-10-5-4
Mustang 1970, air, power, automatic trans.
am/fm, 302 eng. Good tires, good mech.
cond. Red w/ block vinyl top. $2250.
9-10-5-4
BICYCLE off rood model Tange forks, alloy
wheels, Stumpjumper tires. Pro neck,
Schwinn frame. $225, 373-4638. 9-3-1-4
Honda Express '7B, helmet SIOO. Call Mat Matthew
thew Matthew 377-5381 offer 6pm. 9-10-5-4
Six cu. ft. refrigerator
quiet/good condition
why rent when you can own?
SIOO or best offer. 371-4440. 9-10-5-4
Have you sold that item yet? If not call
C.P.S. We match buyers and sellers. Call
377 : 3289 anytime. 9-169-4
AUTOS
VW Rabbit diesel deluxe, AM/FM Cassette,
Air, 4spd. Excellent condition. $4995. Ph
371-7323 9-8-5-S
1981 Honda
Prelude Navy w/tinted windows
air, Sony cassette 5-speed beige interior,
coll 371-8335. Let's make a deal. 96-5-5
1981 De Lorean, Only 3000 miles, im immaculate
maculate immaculate condition, $17,950. Call 377-7551.
9-15-10-5
A 1981 CM4OOE Hondo motorcycle excellent
condition $1295 including 2 helmets. Call
495-3054 or 375-8708, keep trying.
9-15-10-5
AUTO WINDOW TINTING New Scratch
Resistant Film, Highest Quality, Professional
Installation, 5-yeor worranty. SOLAR-X.
375-0369. 12-13-77-5
Ford Pinto, Good condition, great on gas,
SIOOO or best offer. 371-4486. 9-3-5-S
78 Suzuki, TS-250 Enduro, low miles, dean,
fast, $650. 67 Chevy Caprice, 2door, 327ci,
clean. Dependable, $350. Coll Joe,
371-0264. 9-3-4-5
75 Celico GT mags AC very good cond.
$2500 3762777 after 5:00. 9-9 5-5
75 Toyota Corollo excel, mech. $1295.
392-2411 before s:oopm. 9-9-S-5
1973 Mazda RX-3 coupe, 4-speed, tinted
windows, sun roof, pioneer sound system.
Looks good, runs good. $1200.00. 371-4783.
9-9-5-S
74 Hornet wgn, air. fm stereo casette, new
tires/paint, power steering/brakes, super
cloan in/out SISOO neg. Steve
378-5244/375-1634. 9-7-65
VW Rabbit CBO, fuel injection, oir condition conditioning,
ing, conditioning, sun roof, alloy wheels, michelin tires
$6200 negotiable. 15,000 miles, call
378-0647. 9-B-4-5
VOLVO 1974 164E Six Cylindor. fuel in injected,
jected, injected, Sunroof, Pioneer FM stereo 8 track,
well maintained. $2350. Coll 375-3406.
9-9-65
SPITFIRE 78
AM FM radio, running well, 500,000 miles,
S3BOO or best offer, call Mario 371-8207.
96-4-5
for sole 1980 yomoho XSIIOO. 13,600 mi.
must sell. $1675.00 or best offer. 377-6825
after 4:00 pm. 9-S-3-5

SERVICES
COMPUTER PROGRAMMER
multilanguage programming on Large
Scale or micro. Call David 378-7870. 9-8-56
Need funds for college? Three billion grants
and scholarships available annually. We'll
provide sources of aide that may ease the
financial strain. Free info write: Student
Scholarship Services, Box 2322, St. Paul,
MN. 55109. 9-8-56
HORSE BOARDING
100 acre ranch
S4O per month
468-2394. 9-16106
FREE KARATE
Cuong nhu style beginning class storting
now basement Flo gym, MWF 5:30-7:00,
everyone welcome. 9-866
Keypunching data entry, Programming,
Statistical Analyses. Call Info Tech, Inc.
3767624 or after 6 472-2413. 9-24-196
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i, alligator, friday, September 3, 1982

16

Several questions still remain for football team

y Jorge Mlllan
Alligator Staff Writer

Looking into this season of high expecta expectations,
tions, expectations, its vitally important that some major
questions are answered in Charley Pells
favor before his ball club can match those ex expectations.
pectations. expectations.
Question number 1:
Can the young, defensive
line jell quickly enough to stop attention
they will receive from opposing offenses?
Between them, Alton Jones, John Whit Whittaker
taker Whittaker and Tim Newton have four career
starts. Whittaker hasnt played in a football
game since he injured his knee in last years
Miami game. Newton will be playing his first
ever game as a noseguard. The only lineman
with experience, tackle Roy Harris, is sidelin sidelined
ed sidelined with a back injury.
Backups?
Among the reserves, only Ricky Willliams
has ever started a game.
You can bet the line constantly will be
tested by Miami Saturday, and by UFs other
opponents this season if the Hurricanes find
success running the ball.
Question number 2:

Gators
continued
from page one

Obviously its also a big game for Miami. Cane head
coach Howard Schnellenberger feels his squad has a very
good chance of winning the national championship. A win
against Florida would send us in that direction.
Last year, UM had a shot at the national title but was plac placed
ed placed on probation by the NCAA in mid-season, ending any
hopes it had of playing eventual national champion Clemson
in the Orange Bowl.
The situation didnt sadden too many UF backers.
Schnellenberger may be the most hated man in Gainesville.
Two years ago, the UM coach had Miller kick a meaningless,
run-up-the-score, last-second field goal against UF to
discipline the unruly Gator fans.
Charley Pell has not forgotten the incident.
When asked this week if coaching against Schnellenberger
meant anything special, Pell responded, Hes just another
coach. It doesnt mean a thing to me whether I coach against
him or not.
On the field it will be the new-look Hurricanes against a
mix of experienced and inexperienced Gators.
UM lost 13 starters from last seasons 9-2 squad.. Seven
offensive starters are gone on offense, while six have
departed from the defense. For UF, only two starters
graduated, but injury, suspensions and position turnovers
have added eight new starters.
On offense the key man for UM is quarterback Jim Kelly.
Rated as one of the top three signal callers in the nation, Kel Kelly
ly Kelly has helped turn Miamis program from the depths of col college
lege college football into the higher echelon. Since becoming a
starter midway through his freshman season, the East
Brady, Pa., native has rewritten the Hurricanes record book
for passing. Last season, Kelly completed 168 of 285 passes
for 2,403 yards and 14 touchdowns (both UM records.)
UM also has a pair of new running backs. Fullback Robert
Speedy Neal and halfback Mark Rush take over for the
easily forgotten Chris Hobbs and Smokey Roan. In Neal and
Rush, the Hurricanes have two quick, big backs who are
very adept at catching the ball. Neal was thought to be one
of the top high school runners when he came out of Key West
High School in 1979, but a weight problem has kept him on
the bench for much of his two-year career.
Even during the lean years, Miami was always able to put
a quality defense on the field. Since 1963, 16 Miami players
have become All-Americas with 14 of those coming from the
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Is the offensive line really that much better
than last seasons?
In 1981, UF had as many as two freshmen
and two sophomores starting in the front five
at one time. The Gators averaged just three
yards a rush and as evidenced in the Peach
Bowl disaster agaiast West Virginia allowed
UF quarterbacks little time to throw.
So far through spring and fall practice, the
offensive line has been the talk of onlookers.
Even ,the hard-to-please Pell has been
satisfied with the lines performance. With so
many ex-starters to choose from (nine cur current
rent current UF linemen started at least one game
last season), plus the development of tackle
Lomas Brown and guard John Hunt, Pell
may be able to to put together a pretty good
unit.
Question number 3.-
Will Lorenzo Hampton, Sir John L.
Williams and Neal Anderson make tailback
the merry-go-round that it was last year or
will one of the three stabilize the position?
The longest run by a tailback from scrim scrimmage
mage scrimmage last season was only 16 yards by the
now departed Steve Miller. A weak offensive
line was partially responsible for the runners
miserable performances. This year that
shoulcjnot be an excuse.

Gators-Canes Fact Sheet
KICKOFF- Saturday, 1:30 p.m.
SITE- Florida Field
EXPECTED CROWD- 70,000 (sellout)
TRANSPORTATION- Buses running from UF physical plant
and the Oaks Mall before and after the game. Fare from the
physical plant is 91; from the Oaks $3.
TELEVISION- Only in Miami, WPLG Channel 10.
RADIO- WRUF-AM, in Gainesville; more than 50 stations
across Florida and southern Georgia.
IMI RECORDS- UF (7-5) Peach Bowl; Miami (9-2) Bth rank ranked.
ed. ranked.
LAST MEETING- 1981, Miami won 21-20.
SERIES-UF leads 22-21.
FAVORITE- UF by 2, Las Vegas line.
KEY INJURIES- UF: DT Roy Harris (back), S Sonny Gilliam
(pinched nerve), CB Vito McKeever (knee) will not play. TE
Chris Faulkner (foot), TE Mike Mularkey (ribs) probable.
UM: C Stu Schnellenberger (knee) will not play. DE Isiah
West (bruised arch) doubts ul.
KEY MATCHUPS- UM QB Jim Kelly and UF secondary; UF
guard John Hunt and UM DT Tony Chickillo; UM WR
Rocky Belk and UF CB Ivory Curry; UM offensive line and
UF defensive line.

UMs defense this year is a question mark. Although ail of
the new starters have experience, they will be hard pressed to
offset the loss of the six who graduated. Five of the six were
drafted into the pros.
As is always the case, (Eddie Edwards, Don Latimer,
Rubin Carter, Don Smith, Lester Willims), Miami has an All-
America candidate on the defensive line in tackle Tony
Chickillo. The 6-foot-3, 250-pounder has come back from
having his upper body crushed in a construction accident in
his freshman year to become one of the outstanding linemen
in the country.
The only other full-time returning starters for Miamis
defense are cornerbacks Ronnie Lippett and Rodney Bell Bellinger.
inger. Bellinger.
Placekicker Miller has gone pro leaving the kicking chores
to Jeff The Flea Davis, whose foot lacks Millers strength.
The punting will be handled by three-year letterman Greg
La Belle.
The Hurricanes work out of a pro style offense. Miami
coaches have stated they expect to run more this season,
especially against UFs young defensive line.
We know theyre going to try and hit our weak spots
(defensive line), Pell said. The men up front are just going
to have to suck it up or well be in trouble.

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Right now, Hampton has the starting job.
Pell returned Hampton from the depths of
the fourth team to first team status after his
recent brush with the law. Anderson and
Williams performed poorly in the last week
of practice, and the tough early schedule
hurried Hamptons promotion to the first
team.
Tailback will remain in limbo until one of
the backs shows consistency. Right now, Pell
is placing his bet on Hampton. By mid midseason
season midseason it should be obvious whether Pell hit
the jackpot or lost his shirt.
Question number 4:
Can the Gators survive the early part of
the schedule?
Combined, UFs first three opponents were
25-9 last season. Potentially, the three are
Top 10 teams this year. After the first three
games, the Gators next eight opponents were
.500 in 1981. Only Georgia can claim
powerhouse status among the eight.
There are numerous other questions.
Will Jim Gainey be able to handle the
pressure inherent in placekicking
Can Chris Faulkner or Mike Mularkey stay
healthy long enough to prove how good they
really are? Was Tyrone Youngs late 1980
performance a fluke or is he really an

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outstanding wide receiver? Can this years
freshmen class, said to be the best in UF
history, help out this season, or will UF fans
have to wait to see them produce? Is Sir John
L. Williams really the next Herschel Walker?
Only time will tell.
GATOR BITS: Pell announced Wednesday
that defensive backs Sonny Gilliam and Vito
McKeever will not play Saturday. Gilliam
has a problem with a pinched nerve, while
McKeever is still experiencing trouble with
his right knee after surgery last winter.
The Gators have not lost a home opener at
Florida Field since 1971, when Alabama
defeated the Gators 38-0. Since then, the
Gators are 8-0-2 in home openers.
The Gators were 6-0 at home last season,
but are 9-11 in Gainesville against the Hur Hurricanes.
ricanes. Hurricanes.
Fullback James Jones enters the Miami
game as the 11th leading rusher in Florida
history. With 1,247 career rushing yards,
Jones needs 37 markers to pass Jackie Simp Simpson
son Simpson as UFs ninth leading ground gainer.
1981 placekicker Brian Clark has been
placed on the injured reserve list of the New
England Patriots. He is expected to be out
until October.

Barricades, tight security
planned for Gator game

By Al Quintana
Alligator Staff Writer

In order to ease traffic congestion at Saturdays home
opener between the Gators and the University of Miami, UF
police will be placing barricades at several locations around
campus.
Security at the game also will be increased. Lt. Gene Wat Watson,
son, Watson, head of UF police investigations, said officers will check
for alcoholic beverages at all stadium entrances and will
concentrate on patrolling the east stands.
Watson said the east stands would be thoroughly patrolled
to prevent the type of situation that occurred when Miami
and UF met at Florida Field in 1980.
UF students seated in the east stands threw debris at
Miami players and coaches.
Were not going to allow that to happen this year, Wat Watson
son Watson said.
Watson also said that off icers would begin putting up the
traffic-control barricades at 11:30 a.m. They will be remov removed
ed removed after half time.
The commuter, Flavet and Physical Plant parking lots will
be available for use.
There are also spaces available on the top two decks of the
Health Center lot and a large parking area will be available
across from the Reitz Union.
I appeal to the students to abide by the parking regula regulations,
tions, regulations, because we will be enforcing them, Watson said.

weekend forecast
Yes, Orange and Blue fans, its true, the AlUgator pro prognosticators
gnosticators prognosticators are back. Whats more, we ll be every bit as
good as last years crew, fts difficult to break tradition. This
years prognosticators, who will be picking SEC, UF, FSU
and Miami games each week, are Scott Kline (SK), Jorge
Milian (JM), Peter Kerasotis (PK) and Al Quintana (AQ).
Miss the nicknames? Deal t worry, theyll be back next week.
We've got a deadline to meet. Here are this week's picks.
Qqmq UK JM PK AO Miami
Memphis St. at Ole Miss OMOMOMOM atNorMo:
Mississippi St. at Tulane MS MS MS MS SK -UF 23-20
Duke at Tennessee T T T T PK-UF 34-24
Cincinnati at Florida St. FS FS FS FS JM-UF 27-17



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-~ *the Ldenut lrd volume 78, n P.blisheddby CanmsCommunictnIcGoniilf o.Notofficially oi=ctid wtteUniversielyof Florida. friday. senemb, 3.18 Brandishing an onni =6g assortment of facial expressions and vocal agility, a surprisingly mellw Elvis Costello kept about 8,000 people on their feet during a-two-hour concert in the O'Connell Center Thursdayvninht U Proposed test may restrict placement In math courses 3yeuina. Kopetmen Alligator Staff Writer If math department officials approve a proposed math placement test, UF students could find it a bit tougher to take courses such as calculus. The proposal now being considered is not aimed at restricting students from taking their chosen math courses if they do poorly on the test, math department Chairman Alexander Bednarek said. But that is always a possibility, he added. UF Academic Affairs Vice President Robert Bryan said the test will probably resemble the chemistry placement test which is designed to weed out students who score poorly. "I imagine that's what they'll do," Bryan said. "Otherwise, why go through the motions." The proposed test would help reduce the number of students who flunk out, officials said. About 10,000 students are taking math courses this semester, Bednarek said. "There are students who take calculus two or three times," said Bruce Edwards, mathematics associate professor. "They're not ready for it." Edwards said students are not taking enough math courses in high school Se 'est' page two For Poll, Miami clash could be biggest game ligator Staff Writer It's put up or obut up time once again. When the UF and University of Miami football teams step on Florida Field tomorrow afternoon, the war of the words will stop and the real conflict will get under way. Gator fans have had to suffer through two heartbreaking defeats in the past two years. First, there was the "Miracle Play" in 1980's Georgia-UF confrontation, when Bulldog quarterback Buck Belue threw a desperation pass to Lindsey Scott, who took it 95 yards for the last-minute victory. Then came last season's openeragainst these same Hurricanes, when UM kicker Danny Miller had his 55 yard field goal attempt hit the left upright and then take a heaven-sent bounce over the crossbar for a 21-20 Miami win. Since UF head coach Charley Pell came to Gainesville in 1979, he has been unable to beat the Hurricanes. This very well could be Pell's biggest game as a college coach. "I believe this is the biggest game in the history of this university," Pell said. "I know what it means to me. I want this game and I want it bad." .Soo 'Gator#' page sixteen Gr.n, Martin vie for votes in liberal district A g9or Staff Writer tune pquig consid Dewa here in predominantly rural, conservative North "IA l)afcn Floridaa liberal weed blooms. y atl What used tobe Florida House District 26 -which was '82it reapportioned this year into House District 23 -has always _____________________ pie t had something of a liberal tinge. Incumbent Rep. SiMar-whos tin, D-Hawthorne, has repeatedly received labor's backing Kalivoda said when his North Central Florida Labor CounfoHi and consistently voted for the Equal Rights Amendment. cir chose Martin over Green, "Despite his good ol' boy cowsrthe Although pre-reapportionment figures aren't available, try image. ..Sid's been a good, honest liberal in the state Ma House Apportionment Committee figures show the district isHouse., tMa now26percent black. A more realistic number is 40 percent It's a tough choice, Both take similar stands on ta. blpek, sayi district 23 challenger Aaron Green, in a district discrimination of any form, labor, the environment, public An that all eUF campus anjd eastern Machua access and tuition hikes. While Green grumbles a bit about Martin's $ 10,000 worth of Political Action Committee supthere Stu~ets are thronic non-voters. But Green says if you add port, the major issue revolves around the fifth-penny sales dorsc into the equation the result is a majority coalition. tax. diced A that coalition Is composed of two traditionally liberal Earlier this -year the state IAgislature enacted the extra rent groups. -penny sales tax. Half of the fifth cent would go back to the Race is not much of an issue in this election. But Green, contnies, with 40 percent of that going for property tax refei who became this city's second black city commissioner in relief.simil 7iL4*etity's SidMartin voted for it. Aaron Green hates it. most p'osnineutbla& eodG leaders. ea saId b pss is n mo burden on an M Thet so ww 'as i le to attend a ~ UP aliw regsad ive tai spi*t thi $oor. While medicine and thek, was food .taid, lushoot evrdythI else a poor person aboutWhat ay Itel governments an today, pawlalek t a h that a unanimnsufodo't $25,0( Ie tHem. 2o A t sieks~lsa~ As 'b e fW 10,d-dalo'toth 4NA h. at'a--O t of $45 million. The Alachua County School Board is dering taking out a $500,000 loan. the light of (federal and state cuts) that have drasticalected public education," Green said earlier on the camtrail, ". ..we've got to return the ability of local peoSdetermine.'.how much they want to be taxed and should be taxed." proposal is to place a flat tax on every property owner e first $5,000 to $15,000 of property. Then stick on the 000 homestead exemption. rtin doesn't buy the idea. He still believes in the sales "After inflation starts up, and it will, there'll be more enough," he said. .Martin said the whole need for the cutback is not .We legislators don't think it's necessary. The goveroverreacting. ..next April we'll be taking a very jauneye" toward cutting back. been's proposal would require a constitutional amendto the Florida Constitution and that means a statewide endum. But Green said there were about a dozen ar proposals floating around the Legislature this year. don't know anything about it," Martin said. rtin said federal government figures show the economy be picking up soon and pointed to recent increases in m and lower interest rates as signs of an economic upen's proposal also could be called regressive. Despite 's inflated property values, there are still many homes re assessed for less than $25,000 These home owners have to pay property taxes because of the current 0 homestead exemption. page four fri'day, september 3. 1982 I

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21. alligator. thursdavy september 2. 19A2 2, all Iigator, friday, september 3, 1982 Spinal cord research gets boost of $1.175 million OCALA JAI-=ALAI This ad and your student fee card will give you free admission to any performance until October 29th. Not good for Carom Clubhouse. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights from 7 PM, matinees Wednesday and Saturda from noon. You must be 18. State Road 318, between Ocala and Gainesville (and 1-75 and U.S. 301). The Pacer Collecton fromBa ss Dressyflatsfor Sophisticated Ladies. THE Shoe Store By Laura Wilkiams Alligator Writer A $1.175 million gift from a Central Florida rancher paved the way Thursday for establishment of two million-dollar UF faculty chairs to enhance spinal cord research at UF. Charlie Mack Overstreet, of Kathleen,. Fla., sold 560 acres of woodland to the state Department of Natural Resources, which then paid $1,175,000 to the UF Foundation. The two Overstreet chairs bring UF's total to 13, more than any other state university. The Eminent Scholars Program was started by state lawmakers in 1979. It provides state universities with $400,000 for each $600,000 raised from private sources. The interest from investing the money is then used to hire top-notch professors. Department of Natural Resources spokeswoman Janis Rush presented UF President Robert Marston with the check Thurs-day morning, while administrators looked on. Marston said it was a "happy day at UF because the size of the gift doesn't happen every day." The Overstreet gift will be matched by $800,000 in-state funds to be used in active areas of clinical care and neurosurgery, Marston said. Test -fl-ined from pagqs-one to prepare them for college level mi A test that will advise student take before classes begin should wards said. Bryan agreed, addin1 test should tell them, as opposed tx students, whether they can sign ul courses as calculusor trigonometry UF chemistry department credited the controversial test witi the failure rate in chemistry class chemistry test also came under fi higher proportion of black stud pared to white students failed to pa Whether the proposed math test ed to weed out students has not decided, Bednarek said. For nom are looking at it as a means( students determine whether they s courses such as algebra and trigol calculus. Many questions are unanswered to administer the proposed exam, where it would be given, or when implemented. Currently, students have anoth take during the beginning of the b that test does not force any stude math clam. Students in certain math course an assessment test during the fi school, Bednarek said. Implemented about a year calculus readiness test, and a sim algebra and trigonometry cl students know the likelihood of ti compared to other students who same in the past. Instead of taking that test duri week of school, Bednarek would li to find out their scores prior to th of classes. This also would di number of people during drop/i students know ahead of time that be taking a particular course, he s The chemistry placement test is during the fall of 1979 almost number of students who received by 50 percent the number of st flunked -as compared with sta the previous fall, officials said. Another new exam that afi 2,700 students this year is the C Acade-ic Skills Test. Students Overstreet's motivation is personal as he hopes to help people with spinal injuries like the one his son, Mark, suffered. An accidental rifle discharge blew away part of Mark's spinal cord in 1970, leaving him paralyzed from his waist down. An outdoorsman by nature, said his mother, Betty Kay, Mark, 32, is hopeful the UF eminent scholars can help him through their research in spinal cord regeneration. "When something happens like happened to Mark, you say to yourself, 'It's fine to keep a person alive, but let's put them back together again,"' said Charlie Mack Overstreet. Overstreet told administrators "my work's been done -now it's up to the university." A UF information director, Linda Gray, said the next step is for UF officials to conduct a nationwide search for two professionals with expertise in neurosurgery to fill the chairs. It may take as long as a year to find neuroscientists withnatinr#alor international reputations, Gray said Interest from the two million-dollar chairs will pay the salaries of the chosen neuroscientists, she said The Overstreets almost donated their gift to the University of Alabama. They decided on UF because Florida's matching funds create two chairs, while at Alabama only one chair would be established. lge will not be required to meet a certain standard to pass the test. But after Aug. 1, 1984, sophoinores willhave to-pass the test if they want to be admitted to in upper diviath classes. sion college., s what to help, EdWirepage should advising be back nxt 'week p for such .You may have noticed that The Aligator officials didn't have a United Press Infernatlonl wire h reducing page Wednesday, Thuraday.ar today. That's es. But the because the lease ob the old Affigator office, re when a where the teletype machines were connected ents comwith the outside world, expired Aug. 31. The ss it. machines are now in the new office, but will be usSouthern Bell-hasn'thooked them up yet to t yet been the special telephone circuit they require. v, officials We're sorry for. the inconvenience to our of helping readers, but we hope the wire-service will be should take installed sometime today or early next week, nometry or in order to provide the best world, national and state news available. las to how when and it would be er test they knocked down, erm -and out of a cut after concert es now take rst week of Ailigator staff writer Ian Johnson got more than he bargained for after the Elvis Costello ago, the concert. Johnson, jogging along University ilar test for Avenue near the Florida Bookstore, on his asses, lets way back to The Aigator office was overrun heir success by what he says was a gang of six black scored the youths. Johnson, who was cut on his elbow and ng the first knee, was pushed onto a parking meter. ike students Upon getting up he said he saw another e beginning man crouched down in front of the bookstore minish the with a pool of blood nearby. add lines if At press time, Gainesville police said they they won't had no reports of any unrest in the area. UF aid. police also said they had heard nothing. Today's forecast: partly .cloudy with a 50 percent chance of rain decreasing to 20 percent tonight. Lows in the high 70s, highs in the mid 90s. implemented doubled the A's and cut udents who tistics from fects about ollege Level now in col1702 W. Univ. UF Plaza 373-0002 mMMM .E bit ored speech r Inaility t speak Eye $nib -u dn msof vision in one teyer t" "-visiut ,f r eCu, SOheheIMI Acheor change hn patten F ma lndnanutsonan .ake wits Sae WE'RE FIGHTING rU& 3Mg 1SL FL Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9-8 Sat. 9-6 Best Selection of Bass Shoes In the Southeost 4

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alligator, friday, september 3, 1982, 3 Distrieti I Irit m l e we R d Soith Ruth Von Deren J eae W lker K is tr ict4Lo MownHeroid Stringer no. people go outfor, but if it really side county and get doesn't discourage for, but also would like guns anyway; hurts crime -guns avoilible for for not in favor -of chang'more ef f ecti ve" yes O"Uig local dealers; would in nearby counties -ing means on support if statewide would recontsider won't raise taxes to do against unless connot under current cirlnwrese it; says money con be Yes, "but only if the w ,, sideration for urban ''basically yes.on tner, but would needs TS saved by using smaller county ridership justifies would o rther than unincorporated area county has obligation, to see whole system further study share buses on less-crowded i abandon the systemready pays i distribution is fair improve e routes taxes "starting point" for no,but some, such as -gis "not familiar" with againstfthat didn't give too against "dead issues" planning, could be con"only those approved her issue much rtto odsolidated without by voters" powertreferendum ministrotor Birthfavors midwife/high ce for "notsure,, risk; initial cost of midwife with doctor's supports Tuesday's ocmidwife/Health Deport"not uncomfortable" Shands method could available tion as "pretty ment with Tuesday's decision situation" needs more be too high reasonable" study osbei vteran on seio libraries; 2) rod "human and social ser1) green space; 2) creases or larers, n not sure but doubts it's 1) crime; 2) decrease Incises citizens maintenance vices" "human services" administrators possible taxes was,' maybe;Commer"cut huge pay in"already lean" not optional capital proCuts cial hotel renovation administrative creases" sure; would have to put jects, like hotel renovaduplication of service capital projects everything in priority tion ,,s claimed legal issues already been kid fugtns complex, but stronglysupports point is well taken," "preaching" the idea, waiting for courts to review of plan should Low quit stresses plan is only a drmtizes failure of butreservations about it but not sure of specific decide be more often; "can't plan consistency" legal questions be buried in concrete" Alachua County Commission candidates give views Tuesday begins the process of determining who will be the two newest members of the Alachua County Commission. The final result won't be known until Nov. 2 because Republican Harold Stringer will have to wait until then to face the voters. The seven candidates were asked their views on the following issues. They are: oo continuing the county's 72-hour "cooling-off period for thepurchase of handguns; P, whether they would go along with increasirigthe county's share into the city-run Regional Transit System to maintain existing service; & whether they would favor any form of charter or consolidated government, which has been turned down three times in the past few years; .how they would provide birth care of the county's poor women. Tuesda),county commissioners approved a deal to enter into negotiations with Shands Teaching Hospital for a nearby "birthing center" that would have no frills such as Po should money be made available, what are the top two programs or departments each would like to see receive more money?; -should it become necessary to cut the budget, what would be the first target for the reduction axe?; -The stand on .the recent lawsuit filed against commissioners for violating their own land use plan and making the amendments without following the correct process. -compiled by Bruce Mostron Workers try to make UF weedless for football season The problem, McGarity said, is equipment breakdowns that put three out of five Physical Plant ride-on mowers out of commission all summer. noosore is momea wit patc es ot Parts have been ordered for the machines, crabgrass and bare ground. The fields in front of Broward Area dorhe said. Because several mowers are five mitories are dotted with tufts of tall weeds. years old, McGarity said he has had trouble And until recently, the hedges along the getting parts for them. front of the Hub had flourished from "Our equipment has been broken down excrewcut-neat to Don King-unruly. tensively," he said. "We are scheduling our Recently, that is, until UF Physical Plant, work and progressing through just as quickly officials realized football season was fast apas we can. proaching. But he also blamed heavy rains this sumWith the home opener against Miami only mer -compared with relatively dry months a day away, Physical Plant workers are now last year -with causing grass and plants to snipping, trimming and chopping furiously grow too fast for the crippled corps to hanto manicure the grounds in time for the in"In a week's te, the grass is ready to be flux of-thousands of football fans Saturday. I ekstmtegasi ed ob cut again," McGarity said. Ordinarily, he said lawns around campus are mowed every 10 days. 'We've pretty well got to peak Physical Plant Assistant Director Robert out on Friday afternoon to get it Martin said he thinks workers are doing "a ready for the big weekend.' pretty good job" of catching up with the job recoy fo thebig eeked.' of getting the campus grounds tidy. -RobrtM~ tn "We've prettywell got to peak out on Friday afternoon to get it ready for the big weekend," Martin said. Is fact, UF Assistant Administrative AfStudients at Broward Area housing, one fairs Vice President Gerald Schaffer said area which has suffered from unmowed grass Thursday he has asked Physical Plant for several weeks, remarked that landscaping workers to work split shifts throughout the around the housing area this year has been daylight hours and put in overtime, if far worse than previous years. necessary, to get the grounds ready for the "This is about the worst I've seen," said weekend. sophomore Chip Riley, who -lives in the "There's a couple of areas I observed last dorm, "Outfront, it's pretty bad." week that made mte aware that we were ob,hyi*al M&an worbpr Jim Johnson, who' viously behind," Schaffer said. shpe wsditoogarownd campus atop a The problem, according to Physical Plant large lawn tractor, also remarked that equipLandscaping Director M.B. McGarity, was a ment prohpmptskad hampered efforts to keep series of equipment breakdowns throughout caMpssalawastrimue&the summer and early fall semesters that "it seems like every piece of equipment 'have crippAid UF's.fforts at keepil campus weve psvslee. down at east once tbk lawns, buies asd trefiishape. ,l "It's gone by the boards," McGarity said -But Johnsn vowed the grounds would be of the efforts. 'qmpI,0:yP g slp1 tqjmeptti mwmusat there4|o'aMs& "mb.-f05m MeGarity aseoded gram and weeds have "We'regog to have it all nice ad clean grown shigh In tsom places, yoM have to for the toob@ll gsne," he said. "We have wa& inuptoyourkams." ,to. Phirc Poof fantW gtes have been workingovertime this week to spruce up unkerpt areas of campus like this section near Johnson Hall. by Frs* LOMOete Alligator Staff Writer The. lawn behind the Campus Shop and B fkatno iv MAP with nthp nf

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4;lii7rY, september 3, 19821 BEER 200 aGLASSI Don't go o "bier youcan havelton wn homeI Won' good as t a J&c Ron plus tax) 377-4928 Aftor 7 p.m. Di dir the 16 to, Quality diamonds, precious stones and gold jewelry (large selection of engagement rings) 30 to 40% below average retail prices. amonds ect from e mines yOU 1' CERTIFIED 4: GEMOLOGIST AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY Hours 10-6, Monday-Friday 3435 W. University Ave., Gainesville 376-6892 Rep. Sid Martin (left) and former Gainesville City ing for a seat in the Florida House in the district wI Race continued from page one But Green does not buy that charge. He said the tradeoff with the extra penny helps make up the difference and adds his plan would have deductions for the elderly, blind and disabled. He also said areas like Gainesville's Northwest Fifth Avenue have "historically demanded" government services and should pay their fair share. He also calls state mandated millage caps "unconstitutional." While the tax issue is taking center stage, Green has flung some rather warm charges from the balcony. After 10 years in the house, Green said Martin should have become chairman of "at least one major committee." He also charged Martin with getting Waldo city commissioners off the hook after being cited for Sunshine Law violations. Martin said "mud-flinging" is natural for someone running against an incumbent. Denying Green's charges, Martin said "let the people decide." He also pointed out that he sits on the Education Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee and the y Commissioner Aaron Green are campaignhich includes the UF campus. House Rules and Calendar committee. He is chairman of the House Elections and Ethics committee. Another charge may be a bit more serious. Green said "if (Martin) likes you, black or white," Martin wilt work for a voter and his or her concern. But Martin "falls down with the (black) masses," Green charged. But Martin is proud of his record of working with blacks. "Black people in Alachua County have always voted for me," he said, while claiming credit for day care centers and low-cost housing. Aaron Green may be Martin's only serious competition compared to the past few elections. Once Martin, while Green was rattling of statistics, turned aside with a smile and said "Mmmph, he is sharp." And whispers on the trail say Sid Martin is in trouble. But the Hawthorne resident scoffs at it all. He said he isn't worried about "when Tuesday's over. ..People know me. I can produce." Martin runs on his record. Green says he will bring an "aggressive" performance to the district rather than a "good ol' boy" style. On Tuesday Democrats will be deciding who the representative will be. But either way there will continue to be a liberal in the Florida House from Alachua County. Tough Act to Follow Whatcould possibly follow Saturday's battle between the state's most highly ranked football teams, the Gators and the Hurricanes? Sunday's special Gator-Hurricane Edition of the state's most highly ranked newspaper, The Miami Herald. A game like this one demands coverage by an all-star team of sports journalists, led by Edwin Pope, Christine Brennan and Jim Martz, and award-winning photographers. It will be the most complete, most exciting coverage you can find anywhere of the season's first classic. Look for it at your nearest newsrack, newsstand, motel or convenience store. ~be S~imi4{ratb Sunday, Sept. 5 SPECIAL GATOR-HURRICANE EDITION N., I

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i i Who votes for what Don't be confused. You may not get to vote for a state representative. Rep. Jon Mills, D-Gainesville, will be returning to Tallahassee after Tuesday. Mills, who represents House District 24, has no opposition. Mills represents the western half of the county. But for the eastern half of Alachua County and western Putnam County it's another story. It's Rep. Sid Martin vs. former Gainesville City Commissioner Aaron Greene. The dividing line begins at the north end of the county and follows state Route 121 to the Highway Patrol Station and then south on Route 441 (or 13th Street). District 23 also includes the entire UF campus. including married housing complexes. The line then continues south on Highway 441 to Williston Road, then follows the Paynes Prairie Canal to 1-75 south of the rest area and cuts across Route 121 to the county line. The precincts that are in District 23 are 1, 2B, 4B, 7, 8, 9 10, 12B, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 23, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 38B, 39, 44B. Also, although Alachua County Commission and School Board races are listed by districts, everyone in the county who is a Democrat -gets to vote. The only influence Republicans will have in county and Difficult debut state legislative elections will be Nov. 2. Republican Harold A paramedic emerges from on ambulance carrying 7-minute-old David Slean Jr. after the c Stringer will then be on the ballot for the District 4 county bulance they were in was involved in a collision with a van and a car at the intersection commission race. Main Street and University Avenue. The baby was born at Birthplace and was being taker Republicans will have a say this Tuesday in the U.S. ConShandsHospital suffering respiratory arrest. He was listed in stable condition after the ac gress, U.S. Senate, and the Florida Governor's races. dent. There were no serious injuries. Veterans, deputies fall to raise county budget By Mchdlle Henderson Alligator Stoff Writer War veterans and Alachua County sheriff's deputies had their say at a budget hearing Thursday night -but neither group was able to persuade Alachua County commissioners to cut them a larger piece of the 1982-83 county pie. Members of a committee representing more than 21,000 war veterans countywide -nearly 7,000 of whom receive some $13 million in federal aid -urged the fivemember board not to cut their $50,048 budget. The county's proposed $48,131,503 budget for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1, 1982, sets aside only $30,QOO for the Veterans Service Office. If final approval is given at the Sept. 24 budget hearing, the office will see a cut in staff and be moved into the county Welfare Office. "This is an impossible situation, impossible in that no one person can serve a county this size," said Grant Roberts, chairman of the ad-hoc committee. None of the commissioners chose to respond to the veterans' pleas but Commissioners Jack Durrance, a veteran himself, explained during a recess why no additional funding would be given to the Veterans ServiceOffice. "When I was overseas defending my country and getting my two Purple Hearts, I didn't think about what the government was going to give me when I got back," Durrance said. 'They're not going to lose service, not one iota. If we thought they would, we wouldn't be doing this." Veterans Service Officer John Williams, who said last month he would resign if commissioners cut his office's budget, said he would "probably wait" until the final hearing before submitting his resignation. -----t-rw-vicki broun am'of n to cciNo such threats were offered by Alachua County sheriff's deputies, who were equally ineffective in changing the commissioners minds. The sheriff's department is to receive $3,381,551 for the 1982-83 fiscal year. Commissioners did approve a number of technical changes and proposals suggested by County Administrator Clark Maxwell, as well as $11,805 to the agricultural extension program requested by Commissioner Ed Turlington. Commissioners also voted to use $78,145 in left over federal revenue sharing coffers to reduce the 8.1203 millage rate for the coming fiscal year. Gator wood Apartments lu h I The Finest In Apartment Living For University of Florida Students Now Taking Reservations For Fall Spacious & comfortable One and Two Bedroom Apts. with Patios or Balconies. Gatorwood can be your Home away from Home. Call To See Models Today 373-757, -2337 S.W. Archer R~ad mb~J1 I You Didn't D.ITT? You mean you haven't taken our course materials over to DoITTs yet? CUSTOM CURRICULA only at DoiTTS Copy Center 104 N.W. 13th St. Gator Plaza 371-60 DonT Custom Currdcula Ordr Form U corse nd raN o Y o 0 in cim Ofi44ld Cpin ITo be ready by T5~ ~le 0-'" R I m .1 .I alligator, friday, september 3, 1982, 5 Wdomow4lwv I I M

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O DL DJ~S lligator. friday, september 3, 1982, 7 Sen. George Kirkpatrick is 'truly a leader' ter:I The aaSm. Ceorge KIrkpatrick from Gainesville has had a moat effective two years in the Florida Legislatue. Unfortunately sm y students ds't -"m to know the significant gal the senator has made for the University of Florida. In the past two -sessions of the Legislature, higher education has made hitukric-gains at a time when most other university systems ia this country are facing severe cutbacks Through diligent and effective work for higher education and support of UF he was able to steer the pamage of substantially Increased State University System appropriations. Results such as this have brought Kirkpatrick the endorsement of both the present and past chairmenof the Florida Board of Regents, the commissioner of education, the Florida Student Association, and the president of the University of Florida. The freshman senator is truly a leader. This can be noted by the fact that he served on eight Senate committees, was chairman of one, and vice chairman of two other committees. One other note for those students who may have been misinformed or misled about any "rape" issue. Kirkpatrick's initiative was crucial in stopping bureaucratic plans for changing the North Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center treatment program which would have literally ended all treatment for sex offenders in Florida. We need a concerned leader like George Kirkpatrick in the Florida Senate. -.vd T. Smith.3A0 Te S. Freemm= 2UI P m iumes, SA senator involved with 'red herring' statements EditeN George Kirkpatrick continues to involve himself with "red herrings" and deaniaas he attempts to defuse the impact of some of thesitMeatnwafwhich he nade publicly in the County AdAnistratlsn Building Aug. 26. following the Candidates' Forunsof theDemocratic Party. However, there are a number of witnefme to the statements he made at that time, including your Alfgitsr reporter.In addition, Kirkpatrick's cosnments wene written d6wn verbatim as he spoke. When asked by a concerned for his comments on the toxic pesticide Temik which b umd by the citrus fruit in dustry and which has been foad to contaminate wells m five of our states citruVrodseing counties, George Kirkpatrick replied, I think thAt the twit enical issue is a red herring." He indicated farther that the agriculture inV.FFCRDfIR pjjginj & U es:-M .k .0c : dustry is doing a fine job and should be permitted to continue to do so without interference. When questioned about the problems of uncontrolled growth, George Kirkpatrick stated: 'There should be no limits to growth. The growth in Florida is never going to end. We don't want it to end. We want it to go on forever." For George Kirkpatrick to claim (Aligator, Sept. 1,) that he did not make these comments to me is irrelevant. His public statements may be quoted by me or any other member of the public. What George Kirkpatrick cannot do is deny that he made the statements as quoted, deplorable though they may be. Fra -aeBeb Ner griesiseof the Barth / --~ ~ 4~er C z.PRODUCE rresh Mushrooms.99t. -Florida Avosado's.39* Ripe Tomatoes. 3 .& 1 regular White Potatoes.10 Lhl -CrispHead Lettuee.3 .,'1 Goden ananas.Lb1 Golden Delious Apples.39. Thiuapssm Seedless Grapes.59* a Fancy Cantaloupes.59+. GROCERY AmoMunread, 100%wleMdWeat Buy 1 Got I Free--Fresh Ground Peanut Butter.6 9'O*u Salt Free Margarine.79* L Seott PrembierPape' Towesb.49'u Perrier 23 Os., 79' Third Wind Juises After the Fall Apple Jujee Tropiesna Chuggers, Apple, OrangeGrapefruit. 1 wine DideeheinerHofstfiek abluett, 1981.$ me---------DRAWINGS:-fleet Catamer, U We are eeler rating our GRAND OPENING and want you '6 xu to join in the celebration! Oramg. Jube--*gaL GraiOpoxinDrawing Ca.mpo Juier, Grumman Capoe, Outpost trip, Dinner fasr two at the Mandest and VITAMINS 17L ine mg. .sotab. -eGo b nmtw 1kmbalma -.$j". i a. .is .r N '--'.* LGlutaa.ni.e -Natures ate DuiUWatUW NedIel much, muh more! Drauiags to be held at the, e Clebr t wita and Ph-m M L'-744 '-.MLm 1201 E Uuivy Ave. 373-5W5U New & aI'I ---I I ----------------------i g bo'n-m

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-",-.~.~'--t M IA k'T:_ ,7BY PHIL KUNTZ Ocean Avenue toward this dilapidated SBURY PARK, N.J. -Heading south on town on the center of the Jersey coast reveals the paradox of the American dream. Deal, N.J. is one of the wealthiest boroughs in the Garden State. Owned mostly-by Syrian Jews who long ago bought most of the estates that line its private beaches, Deal is a town full of dream homes with football field-sized front and back yards. The smallest houses are the most recent modern architecture has to offer. The larger homes are gallant mansions built earlier in the century. The largest homes cannot be seen from Ocean Avenue. They are. blocked by seven-foot-high hedges and cement or brick entrance ways reminiscent of the borders of Graceland Mansion that kept Elvis Presley in seclusion during much. of his life. Three quarters of a mile, two towns and one lake south is the oval strip that makes up the center of Asbury Park's once flourishing tourist trade. The oval, huge buildings that were once lavish hotels and apartment homes are now boarded up. Many of the smaller buildings along Kingsley Avenue, the western, southbound street of the oval, are abandoned. While the boardwalk that lieshetween the ocean and Ocean Avenue, the northbound street of the oval, has been well kept in the since race riots rocked this town in the sixties, it is rane ded with tour sts it win decades past. The ,is4 SPRINGSTEEN'S HOT SUMMER NIGHTS IN 6 JERSEY tourist haven, it i a haven of sbits for the rock and roll music fans who crowd its bars nightly. One reason for this, perhaps the main reason, is the presence of 32-year-old Bruce Springsteen. Sunday night. 2 a.m., the weather is typical for an August New Jersey night -hot and muggy. Standing on the corner of Second and Ocean avenues, a light fog roiling off the water makes Madam Marie's fortune telling booth a few blocks north barely visible. I Inside the Stoni Pony, one of Asbury Park's oldest rock and roll bars, it's even hotter. A few hundred perspiring bodies make It difficult to get from the front door to the back of the bar. The dance floor Is pecked with people who aren't dancing. There's no room. The people are just standing, shoulder to shoukler, stomach to back, staring at the stage andwSltog. 4a *ptg,ats, en .1s ugh Surface, the Stop. Pony's Tutone's Jenny/867-5309, one of the many pop hits of this cover band's repertoire. At the bar all the way in the back of the club with a bottle of Budweiser in one hand and an empty shot glass in the other, Springsteen stands facing the stage bopping his head to the music. By 2:30 a.m. the club is even more crowded. The $2 entrance fee has been dropped and a steady flow of patrons are streaming in the front door. The one path to the back bar between the largely unused tables and chairs that surround the dance floor -has been cut off with more sweaty bodies. One can feel anticipation rising as the band winds down its usual closing song, the Beatles I Sa' Her Standing There. "Is he here?" one newcomer asks a familiar stranger. Springsteen wades through the crowd, working his way toward the spot he has occupied behind the left speaker stack near the edge of the two-foot-high stage almost every Sunday night at this time since late April. After the band finishes the song, one of the guitarists says good night and "see ya' next week," as he does every week. And then the band waits too. like clock work, at 2:35 a.m., Springsteen calmly climbs on the stage and picks up the extra guitar that is always waiting for him. The crowd surges forward, packing itself tighter than it had been. People are screaming, hooting and howling "Bruce," holding the middle phoneme as long as their vocal cords will allow. They are hugging each other, shaking each other's hands and slapping each other on the back. Women are getting hoisted on boyfriends' shoulders. Cameras are See'Sprsngss'

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2, Applause,.Gainesville's Entertainment Magazine Alligator stall writer Phil Kuntz spent a long hot summer in New Jersey,i a place few of us would ever want to call home. Most of his time was spent waiting on tables and working for a daily newspaper for little money and no bylines. And like a lot of young working stilts in Jersey this summer, he spent many nights tracking Bruce Springsteen from one bar to another, where the Boss would almost always close the night with a set of classic rock and roll. Springsteen manages to keep amazingly close to his roots, and therefore, his tans. It's something all the durable rockers do from time to time, but none with the regularity of Springsteen. It Elvis had crept beyond his Graceland gates occasionally and snuck down to the Memphis honkN tonks. he might have avoided the decay that claimed his music long before it took his life. Phil's story will give Springsteen tans a rare look into how one of America's biggest stars keeps his music fresh and his fans close to hysteria. A true rock-and-roll fantasy come true. Now that we're in our second week of publication things are running a little smoother, if just a little. I've got a lot more time than I did last week, so you don't have to wait anymore, you can call right now and tell me how much you like Applause. You can also call it you don't, or i there's something you want to read here but haven't yet. It might sound a little corny, but this really is your magazine. We're going to do the stories the way we want to, of course, but if the demand is there, we'll write about anything. I you were wondering last Friday why the Alligator didn't hit the stands until 1 p.m., it was mostly my fault. Such are the hassles of putting out the first issue of a magazine that we didn't finish work until 3:30 a.m., and that set the press work back several hours. Things are running a little smoother now, so I hope this reaches you at a more reasonable hour. It should, unless everyone here decides to chuck work and go to the Elvis Costello concert. Wait guys, come back! croward Lston SSANDWICHSHOP YIPES! STRIPES! For dance, exercise, NATIONALLY FAMOUS SANDWICHES swim, or casual wear. leotards in stylish EAT IN OR TAKE OUT stripes make you look Side Orders Available Camisoles, tanks, cap11 AM til 10 PM Mon-Sat and 3/4-length 11 AM till PM Sun sleevesare just a few of Wine & Imported Beer Served the any style o ASK ABOUT OUR FAMOUS DAG WOODY thefma lesno fortablcotton/lycra & 378-2 0in all the colors of the 3458 W. UNIV. AVE. rain,,w Af rs.t 5HOOUN JAPANESE STEAK HOUSE& LOUNGE Now Featuring Fast Lunch hi! For $3.25 you get Japanese Miso Soup, Tempura Flounder, Fruit and Hot Tea 373-1076 Special Hours Sat. 4:30to 11:00 162S.w.13thst. New Sunday Hours 4:30 to 9:30 u r": Lunch: Mon-Fri 11l:3W2:00 Dlnnor:7 Days 5:3-10 -an m m m m m -n m m m Clip N Save mmm---in mm mm CHICAGO STYLE I PIZZA' I Good Only For: C Cheese -Veg't. $1M5 & Big Leo's During Lunch Hours 11:30am -5.0ipm 9Mon.-Fri. a ExpIres Sept.9 706 W. Univ. Ave. I ==somm~. maasmaa Best Pizza In Town MR. GATTI'S SPECIALS 11-2 M-F (Except holidays) LuneheonJBuffet -All The Pizza & Spaghetti you can eat. $2.99 With unlimited salad just 30c more. SpaghettiNight All the Spaghetti & Garlic Bread you can eat just $2.99. With unlimited Salad just 30c more. y Happyiwir M-F 2-6 Pitcher of Bud $2.00 Mick Light $2.25 Natch For Sunday Football Special 715 NW 13th St. 1144ee Editor Broward Liston Art Director Joe Burbank Staff Writers Lisa Backman Eyal'Lhtman Danny Ball ------------m I

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Ehh~inkdturcrt LefnArdes Pl. of M lnhepper, 376-2001. 413 NW 16th Blvd. Open Sun-Th. lam-Ilpm F-Sat. I1am-lam. Local Penonal and Trav. C. Happy hour 2pm-6pm; 9pm-closing. Specializing in Chicago style pizza. Leeonrdee'. Pin In e Pen, 378-2001. 706 W Univ. Ave. Open 11:30an til. ..Serving fine Italian cuisine. LesoArde's Pb=a by the SlIke, 375-2007. 706 W. Univ. Ave. Open 11:30am til. Serving fine Italian Cuisine. Little Pigs harbeies -Dowetown, 373-4086. 110 NW 6th St. Open M-Sot 6am-7pm. Local Personal and Trav. C. Specializing in Real Pit Barbecue. Loft JOh SIlver's SeefoedSheppe, 372-75721235 NW 116th Ave., 371-344 710 NW 60th St., Open M-Sun. Ilam-lOpm. Trav. C. Specializing in Seafood and Chicken. Laeftte's3729928, 11 SE IstAve. Open M-F 11am2pm; 5pm-12pm, Sat. Spm-lpm, Sun. 5pm12pm. MC, V, Trav. C. Specializing in Seafood. Louis' Lanch. 372-9294, 436 SE 2nd St. Open MSat 9:3Oam-8pm. Th. 9:3Oam-Apm. Tray. C. Specializing in Sandwiches and Delicious Hamburgers. Lus's, 378-7043. 1621 SW 13th St. Open Sun-Th. 7am-lpm. F-Sat. 7am-12pm. Local personal and Trav. C. Happy hour Sun-Sat. 3-6pm. Specializing in European style Chicken and Hot Dogs cooked in Beer. MeeWs Le'. 372-3034, 618 NW 6th St. Open sat. 6am4I-30pm. Reservationssuggested. tudent check cashing welcome. Trav. C. Specializing in Homecooked meals. Mhrn~'s Coffee House, 3784600. 207 NE 16th Ave. Open M-F. 6am-3pm. Sat. 6am-1:30pm. Trav C. Specializing in Breakfast and Lunch. Me Town Cef. 472-9328, NW 3rd Ave. Open 10:3Oam-11:30pm 7 days. Piccolo music and Pool Table. Specializing in Homecooked meals. Mr. Cs Restaurent. 377-9888, 2029 NW 13th St. Open M-F. 7am-8pm. Sat-Sun. 7am-6pm. Personal and Trav. C. Featuring Breakfast all day. murphy's Pub 8 Sadwliches, 372-4751. 5112 NW 34th St. Open M-Sat. Ilam-lain. Personal and Trav. C. w/2 ID's. Happy hour 4:30pm-6:30pm. Specializing in Deli Sandwiches. Ngtrul lets Restaurent, 377-EATS. 10S. Main St. Opuin M-F 7:3Oam-8pm. Sat 1lam-8pm. Personal and Trav. C. Specializing in Baked Pita Bread Sandwiches. NelIe's tew er. 377-2663, 118 NW 13th St. Open -Sat. 12cm-2am, Sun. 1 pm-lOpm. BC, Personal and Trav. C. Happy hour: Apm-7pm; 10pm2am. Specializing in Oysters and Chicken Wings. New Pig ittle Pig Us bece of Nortineeod. 375-4608, 5240 NW 34th St. Open M-Sat. 10am8pm. Personal and Trav. C. Specializing in Real pit Barbecue. Omeb. CsttleCo. Family Steekery 376-1297, 2031 NW 13th St. Open MF 7am-10pm, Sat-Sun. 7:31am-10pm. Personal and Trav. C. Specializing in Breakfast, Steak, & Salad Bar. Orient lXpruM. 372-9699, 1702 W. University Ave. Open M-Th Ilam-11pm, F. 1lam-12pm, Sat. 5pm-1 2pm, Sun. Spm-l0pnm. MC, V, Personal and Trav. C. Dim sum time (Happy Hour) 2pm-5pm. Specializing in Chinese food. Ihe Orignel M Pslecs 372-1546, 696 NW 13th St. Open Sun-Th. Spm.llpm, F-Sat. 5. pm 12pm. Trav. C. Specializing in Pizza and Italian Dinners. Peglie's PIM. 377-5864 1720 W. University Ave. Open M-W Ilam-11pm, Th-Sat. 11am-lam, Sun 4pm-11pm. BC, Personal and Trav. C. Th-9pm: Charlie Bush, F-Sat-9pm: Terry Jacobi & Bookenz. Specializing in Pizza and Italian Food. ,Pops 11 Restmurent and Tevere, 377-1901. Creekside mail. Open 11:30ain-I1pm M-Sat. Sun. 5pm-11pm. MC,VAE, Local personal checks w/major credit card, and Trav. C. Happy hour MSat. 3pm-7pm. Sun. 5pm-7pm. Specializing in lalian Cuisine and Steaks. Piu N rew-Sprtsmeop 9ounge.1377-6133, 1542 W. University Ave. Open MW Iblm-lam, Th-F 1Iam-2am, Sat. 12am-lam, Sun 12am-12pm. Personal & Trav. C. w/2 ID's. Happy hour: 3pm6pm. The Poteto Stuffer. 375-7783, 1717 NW First Ave. Open M-F Ilam-2am, Sat.-Sun. 12an-7pm. Trav. c. Specializing in Potatoes. Red Loster, 377-1321, 6910 NW 8th Ave. Open Sun-Th. 11:30om-lOpm, Fri-Sat. 11:30am-l1pm. All major credit cards, Personal and Trav. C. Specializing in Seafood. Sesbo's, 377-2154, 375-7563. 2339 NW 13th St., 3443 SW Archer Rd. Open 24 hours. Trav. C. Specializing in Everything. She Gue-Jepenese Steskhouse, 373-5597. 1624 SW 13th Street. Open: M-F 11:30-2pm lunch. M-Sun. 5:30-10-.3Opm dinner. Reservations recommended. MC, V, AE, Traditional Japanese steakhouse. Skeeter's Ureskfsst iess. 373-5597, 2601 NW 13th St. Open 24 hours. MC, V, Personal & Trav. C. Live Entertainment 8:30am-1:30pm, 6pm-l0pm, weekends 1ipm-5om. Specializing in the Big Biscuit, plus Lunch and Pinner menus. Soney's Reel Pit Usr.--Q 378-5161, 373-3339, 2700 NW Waldo Rd. and 3610 SW 13th St. Open MSun. 1lam-9pm. MC, V, Trav. C. Specializing in Real Pit Barbecue. Sovereign Resteurent 378-6307, 12 SE 2nd Ave. open M-Th. 11:30am-1Opm, F 11:30am-1Ipm, Sat. 5:3Opm-l1pm. Reservations Required. All major credit cards and Trav. C. Happy Hour: 5pm-7pm. Specializing in Continental Cuisine. .4 Seuffy%, 376-8899. 1017 W. Univ. Ave. Open M-Th. 11:30am-12pm, F-Sat. 11:30am-lam. Old time atmosphere with Pub style lunches and dinners, featuring our famous charbroiled "Snuffy Burger." Sports and Ceurts, 377-0348, 1430 SW 13th St. Open lounge, Restaurant and Racquetball Courts. Sun-Sat. 7om-12pm. Reservations recommended for the courts. MC, V, AE, members' personal checks and Trav. C. Happy hour M-Th. 4-7pm. Specializing in ounce burgers. Stex Sandwidh Shop, 375-1818. 501 NW 23rd Ave. Open M-Sat. 1Iam-3pm; 5pm-9pm. Custom made sandwiches. Call in orders. 13t11 Street Fimhery, Oyster Ser and Tevern, 377-1975. 421 NW 13th St. Open M-W. 11am12pm, Th Sat. 11am-2am, Sun 4pm-11pm. Specializing in fresh seafood, oysters and spirits. Ten's sadwies.376-3158. 5001 NW 34th St. Open M-Sat. 1lam-lam. Sun lpm-Spm. Trav. C. Happy hour M-F 4-6:30pm. 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4, Applause, Gainesville's Entertainment Magazine Just between us, April Wine's newest is sweet music You can always depend on April Wine to put together a good record. This year's Power Play contains some of the band's most accessible and downright enjoyable rock and roll music ever. Songwriter Myles Goodwyn has proven himself to be talented and versatile at this profession through his work with April Wine since he founded the band in the early seventies. After conquering their homeland of Canada with several hit albums and singles, April Wine broke through the American charts with Harder, Faster, and it s Top 40 hit, Roller, then repeated its success the next year with Nature of the Beast and Just Between You and Me. Now, Power Play is guaranteed to establish April Wine as one of Canada's foremost rock and roll imports, right along with Rush and Triumph. Power Play is just pop enough to grab the ear of rock's mainstream audience, and just heavy enough to avoid reproach. April Wine's three lead guitars neglect to stumble DAVE HALL over one another the way that one would expect them to. Instead, they compliment each other, blending in a fine tuned orchestration of burning leads and powerful rhythms. Myles Goodwyn's lead vocals lay the perfect ground for spotless harmonies and playful vocal games, like the mischievous obscenity in If You See Kay. The album is not devoid of hits either. Enough is Enough has already become a radio standard, and the ballad that follows two songs later, What If We Fall In Love, is the appropriate follow-up to last year's Just Between You and Me. Goodwyn's knack for penning effective rockers is showcased on Power Play with hell-raisers like Doin' It Right and Everything You Want, You Got It. Ain't Got Your Love is a chunky piece of music somewhat reminiscent of Stranger at their best, although with no debts owed to them specifically. To top all of this off, April Wine chooses to cover Tell Me Why, an old Lennon/McCartney classic, and with good results. It there is any Ilaw on Power Play, it lies in April Wine's inoffensive pop metal form. While it is not immediately irritating, the chance that Myles Goodwyn's voice and the obvious limits within April Wine's musical style could eventually become annoying is great. Until then, however, the best thing to do would be to sit back and enjoy. 'Ja WC JOUA t[C CPttYOMLA eet tUp. (Peaax. QTad cThe Aktao. .ca ths fl a inesVi e' any Gtphysil tballcub and 9 eaturing. complete rac -th this CoupoU nw membership R^CIUET%0 .*SIX AIRCoND ERC E R -. .1 -STA 6K FREE-WEI CLASSES SEPARA mNSDANCE S DA OE rDWOMEN'S LOCKER SROOMSAN EUNAS LADDERS AND TOURNAMENT NTSEL E EL LAYER LESSONS FORRACK CLUB IANE BULLARD' tSU1ED TCHAMptO LONG RACOUETBA L NTANLOUNGE CLUBLE RESTAURATAND \,UnT4 MEMBER DISCOh un ad ordabel 11 PLUS w MEMO ts tun td fThat's five full py ta M nU stCH e5 per callOr stop by and Getting l h ersh are s campus, toos Student Ine ts Close to c phyucatmo SAVE U 1430 SOUTHWEST 13th STREET ONE MILE SOUTH OF UPOVERSrTY AVE. E 377-0348 EUUUEWNight Backstage Bar, Inside the Great Southern Music Hall, University Ave. Live Enterainment: Billionaires. Big 1ddy's Alibi Leunge, 372-9399. 3334 W. Univ. M-Sat. 1lam-2am; Sun., lpm-Ilpm. Happy Hour 5-8 M-Sot. Tues Spm-closing Live entertainment: Sidewalk Cafe. Big Daddy's Cin City, 375-1011. 1611 SW 16th St. Open M-Sat. 8pm-2am. Top 40 music. Daily drink specials. Bogert's Betaurant and Ber, 375-4378. 2300 NW 6th St. Open T-F 12:00-2:00 Lunch. T-Th 6-10 Dinner. F-Sat. 6-10:30 Dinner. Sun 11:30-2 Brunch. Happy Hour F-Sat. 5-6:30. Reservations suggested MC V. Thur.-Sat. 7:30-10:30, Roger Herring, Jazz Pianist. Casey Cafe', 495-2224. Archer, 3 blocks south of light. Open M-Sat. 11:30am-12pm. Happy hour 4-7 M-F Busch draft 45 cents. Uve Entertainment. Fri. and Sat. Montezuma's Jazz Revenge. Catch 22, 378-6043. 4 1/2 miles W. on 1-75, Newberry Rd. Open M-Sat. I 1am-2am Live enter-. tainment: Fri. & Sot. Busker (country rocky. Chelsea street Pub, 373-7382. 6305 Newberry Rd. Open M-Th IIam-1:15 am. F-Sat. 11am-2am. MC, V, AE, Trov. C. Happy Hour 5-Spm M-F, Sat. 11 am-9pm live entertainment: F-Sat. Rosewood & Steele. Copper Monkey Pub, 374-4984. 1702 W. Univ. Ave. Open M.W lam-12pm. Th-Sat. 11om-lam and Sun 12am-10pm. Trav. C. Specializing in Quiche, Salad and Thick Stacked Delie Sandwiches. Live entertainment: Joe Brown Trio. Dapper Dinner, 378-0044. 2562 NW 13th St. Open M-Sat. 9am-12pm, Sun lpm-6pm. General Hospital Happy Hour M-Sot. 5-7 Featuring Pub and custom sandwiches. Call in orders. Dubs, 376-9175. 4560 NW 13th St. Open M-F, Ipm-2am Sat. 5pm-2am. Happy Hour 1 pm-8pm. Live entertainment: Centaur. Heruneaka Joe's, 376-2226. 18 NE University Ave. Open M-Sat. Ilam-2am. Happy Hour 11am7pm. F-Sat. Live entertainment: Area Code. Lif 1LIllIan's, 372-1010. 112 SE 1st St. Open M-Sat. I Iam-2am. Happy Hour M-Th 1Iam-8pm. F-Sat. 1 am-6:30. Live entertainment: Shelter. Lebby Bar, 372-7469. Inside Great Southern Music Hall, 233 W. univ. Open Sun-Sot. Spm-2am. Happy Hour F-Sat. 5-8 Main Street, 376-6246. 100 S. Main St. Open M-Th Bpm-2am. F 5pm-2am. Live entertainment: FM (From Atlanta) Olde Cellege Ion, 377-9538. 1728 W. University. Open 11:30-2am MSot. MC, V, Trav. C. Tues-Sat. Specialzing in homemade quiche, soups & salads. Live entertainment: Nancy Luca and Gossip. Orenge-N-rew, 392-1609. UF Reitz Union. Entertainment: Lightin' Horpo blues Band. The Park. 373-8827. 1905 SW 13th St., next to University Inn. Open M-Th. 3 pm-3am, F-Sat. 3pmSam, Sun 4pm-lam. Lounge and Hot TubsTh. Double Bubble Champagne $3 a bottle with Tub Reservation. F-ladies drink free 9-11 Tub reservations suggested for weekends. tothskeller, 392-2097. UF Campus in Johnson Hall. Personal Checks accepted for food. Entertainment: The Riff Rkhenbadhers, 372-6475, 204 W. University. Open M-Fri 4-1:30, Sat. 7:30-1:30. Mon. Frank Sullivan Trio. Happy hour 5-8 M-F. Live Entertainment: Fly By Night. RIckey's eWteurent and Leunge, 376-2442, 2800 SW 2nd Ave. Open Sun. Ipm-11pm. M-Sat. 1I am-2am. Trav. C. Specialling in Chicken Wings. Whiskey Eer, 378-0013, 108 S. Main St. Open M-F 1 Iom-2am. Sot. 5pm-2am. Trov. C. Happy Hour with Bernie Sher on the Piano. Live Entertainment: Dixie Rose Bond. Wine Celler, 372-7469. Inside Great Southern Music Hall 233 W. univ. Ave. Open W-Sat. 8:30pm-2am. Happy Hour M-F 7pm-8:30pm Live entertainment: Terry Jacobs. Cinema Center Theatre, 372-5347. corner of 13th St. and 10th Ave. Young Doctors in Love, Beastmoster, Diner. Plowa Triple Theatre, 378-2434. 1525 NW 23rd Blvd. Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, E.T., The World According to Gorp. Hippedrome, Sept 7th The Clowns, Sept. 8th-9th Sleeper. Reyal park Cinemas 4, 373-4277. 3702 Newberry Rd. Fast Times at Ridgemont high, Star Wars, An Office and a Gentleman, Zapped. Midnight: Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Rocky Horror, An Officer and a Gentleman, Zapped. laks i Theatre, 378-8818. 6309 Newberry Rd. Last American Virgin, House Where Death Lives, Monty Phython Live at the Hollywood Bowi, Friday the 13th part Ill. Author, Author, Summer Lovers. Midnight: Monty Python, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex, But Were Afriod to Ask, Frlieay the 13h 1II, Love &a Death, American Werewolf, Enter the Draon. Caam'N.4gft1eu1e, Butler Plu. Poktdy's 1:30C 9:45 and miFnight ia Sat. Serving sandwiche, ,an'dwIne. you can purchase ne at the following locations: SEVEN-ELEVEN STORES 1206 W. University Ave. 506MSW 13thSt. 105 NW 16th St. 3807-NE ISth St. 2152 NW 39th Ave. 3310 SW 35th Blvd. 6711 Archer Road SPRINT STORES 2320 SW Archer Rd. 3901 SW Archer Rd. KWIK STOP 3436 W. University Ave. WARDS SUPER MARKET 2131 NW 6th St. MIKE'S BOOKSTORE 116 SE 1.t St. MARK MARKET STORES 4105NW 13th St. 2410 SW 34th St. 3321 SW Archer Rd. 1712 SW 13th St. 2216 SW Archer Rd. 4919NW 34th St. 4320NW 23rd Ave. 6700 NW 8th Ave. 1201 SW 16th Ave. 1821 SE9thSt. 1234 NW 16th Ave. The Aligator Cinema Plus, Gainesville Shopping Center. Tron, Cheech & Chong: Things are Tough All Over. Midnight shows this weekend. Serving sandwiches, beer, and wine. Jean Lng Gallery, 375-815. 211 W. Univ. Ave, Reopening on September 13th with "lMbree Fantasies and fetishes." Ge61y 2, 375-1911. 21 SE 2nd Place. Art Posters. UAmdqu It IaGory, 89.8170. 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Kearns -donating her heart to the thea BY KAMN PUCE Barbara Kearns sits contemplating the art of acting, what it means to her, why she does it. They aren't easy questions for her and she seems a bit embarrassed by the pause before her answer. Finally and simply she says, "I get joy out of performing and that's why I do it. It's actually a very selfish thing." Selfish? Those who have enjoyed her performances the past four years with the Florida Players would surely disagree. A combination of unpretentious beauty, wide-ranging talent and down-to-earth sensibility has equipped Kearns f9r the career she seeks. She doesn't deny the odds against "making it." histead she has her own definition of what that is. "My mother always said, 'It's nice you want to do theatre, but what are you going to do for a living?' I believe there are different degrees of living. Some people's idea is fame or riches. I just want to be able to work and I'll be happy."You can make it in this business. Determination is the biggest part of it. IfI give myself totally to acting, I sincerely believe I can make a living at it." Actors these days are transformed from virtual unknowns to household-names overnight thanks to the saturation of media. Fame goes with the territory and is often used to measure success. Unfortunately, it doesn't always measure talent and ability. Kearns says she is well aware of this. "To me, a star is someone who is so good at what they do, a group of people create a demand for that person. It would be wonderful to have a group of people who appreciate your work, but fare is such a strange thing. I guess all actors secretly would like it to happen to them, but I'm not in acting for fame." What then compels a person to bear parts of their emotional selves for 700 people a night. "It's hard to explain what I get out of it," Kearns says thoughtfully. "Acting is not something I have to do, it's something I want to do. It gives me the chance to explore different people, to become them and experience what they experience." Kearns portrayed Maria in the classic musical West Side Story in April. "I can identify with all the characters I've played," the actress said. "Maria, for instance. I'm not poor or Spanish and I don't have to deal with a forbidden love as she did, but I can identify with her. As an actress, I have to try to understand what the characters go through." West Side Story was a formidable task for everyone involved with the production, particularly Kearns. The role of Maria required a versatility not only in acting, but in singing and dancing as well. "It was a difficult role," she says. "I'm not really a soprano, so the singing was a challenge and the dancing was extremely physically demanding." "Then there was the Spanish accent," she laughs. "I used an Irish accent in The Hostage last fall and I felt like my Spanish was slipping back into Irish at times." Kearns also had her first Shakespearean experience this year. In the bawdy comedy Twelfth Night, she played Olivia, a very proper countess who slowly over the course of the play loses her composure over a young man with whom she falls in love. "With Shakespeare, you have to strive to throw yourself into the character," she said. "That way the difficult speech flows and becomes your own. As an actor you have to be much more aware. of the words than in modern works. The inflection is so important." The audience's acceptance of the play, written at the turn of the sixteenth century, surprised the whole cast, Kearns said. "There were lines that no one in the cast recognized as funny until we heard the audience laughing. When we got on the stage, that play came alive! Just like that, the 400 year gap was bridged." AV* ON S7ZERW R, 0 Q~L~~bJRepito-u-o .q6tal eo Sknicav ~~t* ~a~zj36OLb Barbara Kearns .plans more graduation vicki braun intensive drama study after UF Picnic was presented this summer and will be again in September. Kearns plays the young, innocent heroine, Madge. The fact that she's often cast in ingenue roles, that she's undeniably pretty and just wouldn't fit certain parts doesn't keep Kearns up nights. At least not yet. "The ingenue is the best thing for me now," she says. "In acting classes you get the chance to play the roles you would never get cast in. And it makes sense. Why cast someone in a role they don't fit? "There was a role once I really ielt I could play but everyone knew I didn't look right for it. I wish sometimes they would go against type, but I think my roles will change as I get older. It would be fun to to play a real bitchy lady sometime." Kearns faces graduation in May and the decision of what to do next. After a promising high school experience in drama and music, she resisted the temptation of striking out in the world of show business in favor of college. An audition for a professional company in Atlanta, near her hometown of Roswell, convinced her she still had a lot to learn. After four years at UF she still believes that and plans to go on to a two-year conservatory for more intensive study. At 22, Barbara Kearns seems satisified with her role for now. Films, music and writing intrigue her, but her heart lies with theatre. "There's something unique that happens in live theatre," she says excitedly. There's energy involved. Energy going out from the actors to the audience and back to the actors, and that feedback is so important. I love the stage." .am xws -am aby 1108 E. Panhellenic Drive for more info -372-1212 G ADO, M., P.A. the association -Jdim q-A. 0. ., P.A. 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6, Applause, Gainesvile's Entertainment Magazine Visit Our oi~ Gamne Room i (R) Sta' Wars()G An offer end *Scott Dm10 V0 Geetlgen (R) Zapped (R) Horror (R) Ridgemont "jgb (R An Offer end aa Gentle ean ws::: e hotg-s Movies "Things are $150 Tough S:36,7:39:4" YO ,us# ,,. AllOver" Lt*So w en'er the ,heotre 54,60,1:0 Fri. & Set. 12:00 Next we"k: Wod ,llns "Nidsa r o v" zI I N COUPON COUPON cu Cl PNI Summer Clearance Sale Shirts Blouses Tops Orig. to $18 Now 3 for $l10 Casual and Running Shorts Orig. $15 Now $4.99 to $7.99 Super Savings On Jeans Beg. to $35 on Sale $10-$15 Plus Sasson, Messio, Givenchy & others at Up to 40% Off One Block From Campus 1219 W. Univ. 37-2506 Next Poppa Jays IFresh From Our Boots To You Our Stodc Includes Fresh Shrimp, Catfish Clam's, Stone Crab Claws. Scallops and a variety of Fresh Fish We'll peel, do-vein and cook shrimp to order. Please call ahead Fresh Oysters Live blue Crabs $11.50 .Bo",,59bc OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 2133NW 61hSireet 3754M Some excess isn't bad for Nazareth Nazareth is one of those bands that annually puts out good records which are met with mediocre yet satisfactory sales. The band headlines an annual American tour, but never seems to break its way into superstar status despite a respectable cult following that began in their native Scotland. This year is no different. Nazareth's new album, called 2 x S is an effective variety of thoughtful mood pieces and down-to-theroots rock and roll. Opening the first side, Love Leads to Madness becomes the band's bid for another hit single. Although a gad track in its own right, the formula of the piece leadsoe to believe that it was written purely to receive airplay. The melody is impossibly catchy, but never sinks so low as to be compared to anything from REO Speedwagon's latest effort. The real gems from 2 x S appear later in the album, when the band tries their hand at newer styles and flavors. The reggaeinfluenced beat of You Love Another is enticing and fascinating when it blends itself with the simplisticphrases in the lyrics. Singer Dan McCafferty does not have an exNazareth has a reputation for dishing out high-decibel tremely wide vocal range, but the power and edge to his voice rock, and 2 x S displays examples of this as well. Back To give him character that other higher-pitched vocalists can The Trenches is a rocker in the tradition of other Naz only dream about. Games, at the end of side one, is another classics like This Flight Tonight and Expect No Mercy. Boys interesting track that walks itself around in verbal circles, In The Band and Gatecrash display all the energy that rock never accomplishing anything, but at the same time, not and roll is rumored to have, yet doesn't appear on radio. And disappointing anyone, either, finally, in contrast to all of these, Nazareth exhibits a talent for ballads with Dream On, a song that owes its success entirely to the urgency present in McCafferty's voice. -The addition of a keyboardist in ex-Spirit member John Locke has added new dimensions to what Nazareth can acV W complish. 2x S is a fine record that-displays diverse inDAVE HALL ,fluences within the sphere of accessible rock genres, without alienating those unaccustomed to rock's differing styles. New Judas: not of the same cloth For the uninitiated, Judas Priest was one of the forerunners of the famed heavy metal rejuvination that began at the beginning of this decade in Europe and continues to spread throughout America, Canada and Japan. With all the intensity of an old star going nova, Judas Priest reached superstar success in the UK with their sizzling metalwork, Hell Bent For Leather, and then cracked the American charts in 1980 with British Steel and the breakthrough single, Living After Midnight. The musical images they paint are violent. Titles like Ripper, Tyrant and Sinner are characteristic of the band's ultra-leather image, one that lead singer Rob Halford relishes portraying, as well as a style mimicked by the Priests' rabid and dedicated teenage fans. A statement easily supported by chart records as well as the affirmation of faithful followers would be that Judas Priest is one of the most respected heavy metal bands in today's musical spectrum. However, their most recent release, Screaming For Vengeance, is more than just a stone's throw away from the band's prestigious reputation. More aptly entitled Fingernails On Chalkboard, Screaming For Vengeance is easily the N's L AND DON'T FORGET BEFORE & AFTER GAME FOOD AND BEVERAGES 720 W. n v. ve 3775864 worst thing that Judas Priest has ever done. Whereas Rob Halford's dynamic vocal range is well-utilized on past efforts like The Green Manalishi (With the Two-Pronged Crown), this new record finds him screeching inanely and without the passion that made Halford a dominant force within the sound of the Priest. Producer Tom Allom removes the claws from the twin guitar attack of K.K. Downing and Glen Tipton, and consequently weakens the constitution of the entire LP. And the band's biggest mistake was to include the lyric sheet, in its entirety, on the inner sleeve. Well, okay, some of the songs here are alright. You've Got Another Thing Comin' has distinct potential, and (Take These) Chains has a few points in its favor. There is a theory that success spoils the talents of artists struggling to reach the top. Screaming For Vengeance is an example of this. The drive that produced albums like Sad Wings Of Destiny, Hell Bent For Leather, and British Steel has left Judas Priest, but not for good I hope. Anyway, if these guys keep putting out records like this, they're gonna find themselves at the bottom once more, clawing their way to the top. -*SArbA ION GUMANieEU0IMORTED.FLOWERSe Rosos17 "s fbrWexrvl m floriars. 16 2nd A 0. 375-1234 0 ~ ATTENTION STUDENTS & FACULTY 0 0 *The SHERATON RESORT INN is offering a 0 5% dsco t "with presentation of thi *coupon. The coupon must be redeemed. upon check in. Five miles west of Disney 1 *Worldon Hwy 192. Offer expires* *September 30, 1982. S S 0 0 ONE COUPON PER IAOOMd 0 0 S S Claxsia-rd% can be SPlac ed(it a iY,., Of~ the ftlloirlabg ,a728 NW Ist SI. ReiteUnui. cherk L fishing rm .Hub. couenter Medical Caeter &xokslorc Best Towers Biar Iale". L .ok *a.M LA COUPON CtPO -COUPON COUPC Coupon good tluv 9/10/82 15% DISCOUNT FOR HUNGRY GATORS! 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8, Applause, Gainesville's Entertainment Magazine Springsteen continued from page one clicking and flashing. Everyone who wasn't already is scurrying for position. Springsteen tells each member of Cats what he's about to start singing, walks up to the center microphone, takes a deep breath as the spotlight focuses on his face and Ready, set, go man go. I gotta gal that I love so. I'm ready, said yeah, yeah, yeah, I'm ready. I'm ready ready Teddy to rock and roll. Well It's Sunday night, you're my gal. 'gotta brand new pair o'shoes, I'm gonna howl. Rock all night, rock all day, Tell them cats get outta my way, 'Cause I'm ready of basic rock and roll back to its home, the his summer, Springsteen brought his brand bar. He played every chance he could get. Since the end of April he jumped on five different area stages to play with nine different bands on more than 25 occasions. The only person to experience Springsteen on a barroom stage everytime he mounted one this summer was probably Springsteen himself. Nobody else seemed to have the time. All he was doing during the day was recording two soon-to-bereleased albums. Back before he was on the covers of Time and Newsweek, before he was recording albums, before he ever walked into the office of Columbia Records'.,ace talent scout John Hammond in 1972, Springsteen was playing every chance he could get in Asbury Park bars for a living. He played at bars that many of those watching him this summer never got a chance to walk into, like the Student Prince and The Upstage. They closed many summers ago before most of the kids were old enough to drink. Springsteen writes sort of an epitath for the Upstage on the back of Southside Johnny and the Asbury Juke's first album. He says musicians from bands all over the New York-New Jersey area gathered there after they finished their own nightly gigs because it was open all night. They would team off and trade sets until it was time to either crash on the beach or nail the blankets over the windows and sleep till nightfall. "There was nothing to do but play," Springsteen wrote. "All night long." In the past few years, though, Sprigsteen's presence in area clubs was rare. Since the end of the long legal battle that delayed the release of what is now considered his breakthrough album, Born to Run, in 1975, he has either been on tour or in recording studios with the E Street Band, two very time consuming chores for Springsteen, a fanatical perfectionist. Between the end of the tour to promote his fourth album, Darkness on the Edge of Town early in 1979 and the beginning of the recording sessions for The River, his latest album, Springsteen occasionally found refuge at the Fast Lane, another rock club two blocks north and one block inland from the Stone Pony. Some say the Fast Lane, which opened in the fall of 1978 and immediately started booking rock artists of national prominence -was what brought Springsteen back to his old stomping grounds. The Stone Pony had somewhere along the line lost its commitment to original rock and roll bands like the Asbury Jukes. Word has it, the Stone Pony's management has been at odds with members of Springsteen's and Southside Johnny Lyons' respective troupes since some altercations between bouncers and band members took place. years ago. These altercations, the story goes, started an unoff icial boycott of the club by the cream of the local musicians. But with rock and roll artists like Steve Forbert, David Johanson, Robert Gorden and the Ramones doing shows at the Fast Lane, Springsteen seemed to be attracted back to the bar scene, although most solely as a spectator, playing only occasionally. In August, 1981, a month after he ended his world-wide The River tour with three triumphant homecoming shows at the brand-new Brendan Byrne Arena in Rutherford, N.J., Springsteen and his band closed the opening night of his flamboyant saxaphonist's new club -Big Man's West in Red Bank, about ten miles north of Asbury Park -with a scheduled but unannounced scorching seven-song set. That night at Clarence Clemmons' rock club was the las time Springsteen played in public with the entire E Street Band. As the following winter turned to spring, Springsteen started showing up more and more at the Stone Pony, the Fast Lane and Big Man's West. By the time the summer came, he had become a regular bar fly. S pringsteen's presence in a bar is easily noticed. One only needs to scan the crowd for a particularly cramped area in the bar to spot his instantly recognizable jutting underbite and matching oversized nose When he first walks into a bar, the word of his presence spreads like smoke. "Bruce is here, Bruce is here," friends say to each other. Or simply "he's here." While some fans are eager to speak with Springsteen many just seem to want proximity. Just to be standing within five feet of the man is enough. Just to watch him drinks beer. That's what makes it so easy to spot him -50 fans try ing to share the same five foot circle. The fans who do get up the nerve to cofront Springstee face to face are treated with a kind of courtesy that i somehow surprising for a celebrity. "Hey Bruce, you gonna rock tonight?" one asked him ii the bathroom of the Stone Pony one Sunday night. "Ya' never know," Springsteen replied with a chuckle. "Hey Bruce, can I talk to ya' for a couple a seconds? another asked another Sunday night. "Sure," he replied as the crowd around him thickene Springsteen, Left with singer Iobert Gordon at the "But let's move over there. It's getting kinda crowded around here." After moving a few feet from the newly formed crowd, Springsteen looked back laughing and said "goddamn," shaking his head disbelievingly. He never seems to tire of talking to admiring fans. He shakes their hands, listens to what they have to say -usually praising remarks about how much a certain song or his music in general means to them -and says "thanks a lot" with a smile. In concert, Springsteen occasionally recounts a story about going to Graceland Mansion when one of his earlier tours passed through Memphis, Tenn. After climbing a tree to get over the fence surrounding the estate, he says in the story which appeared in print in Roling Stone magazine after Elvis Presley died in 1977; he was apprehended by a couple of Presley's body guards. Springsteen argued, telling them that he was a famous rock star whose picture had recently appeared on the cover of Time and Newsweek magazines. "He's my idol," Springsteen says he said. "I gotta talk to him." But, as the story goes, it was to no avail. The guards escorted him off the property like the countless other fans who attempted the same stunt. One can't help but think of that story when Springsteen is standing in a bar, speaking to anyone who cares to speak with him. Springsteen never seemed to tire of transforming those curious fans into screaming fanatics either. By the end of the summer, it seemed like he would play with anyone that would let him jump up on stage, as if he were borrowing bands to satisfy his own addiction to performing. On a Saturday night in July, Stray Cats, a rockabilly band that released a couple of albums in England during the last few years before finally releasing one in the United States and getting a quasi-hit with Rock This Town, was playing the Fast Lane. The Fast Lane is strictly a dancing bar. It has no tables or chairs. The wall opposite the stage is carpeted bleachers. The only thing even remotely fancy about his hole-in-thewall bar is a single spinning disco light above the dance floor. But this night there was no room to dance. It was Stray Cats' first show in the area and local rock fans, Springsteen included, were anxious to see this band's back-to-basics approach to rock and roll (stand-up bass, hollow body electric guitar and a three-piece drum kit). Springsteen, apparently taking advantage of his celebrity status, sat behind the sound board so he could watch the show in peace. When the band came back on stage for an encore after it finished its regular set, the lead singer, Brian Setzer, told the audience "there's a special guest in the audience and his' name is Bruce Springsteen." With those words, Springsteen was on his feet. He didn't even wait for Setzer to say "if he wants to play, tell him to come on up" before he started moving toward the stage to the tune of roof-shaking "Bruuuuuuce" from the crowd. He obviously didn't need the "song to think about it" Setzer said the band would give him. As always, he was ready. Bars stayed open later than they were supposed to when Springsteen was on stage this summer. As his lyrics suggest, the man has a fixation on the concept of "all night long." The Stone Pony is supposed to close at 3 a.m. Some Sunday nights it would be well after closing time before Springsteen would sing about the Asbury Park police knocking on the doors of a packed bar that refused to stop rockin' "till the moon went down" in his own version of Chuck Berry's Around and Around. One Friday night at Big Man's West in Re Bank, where the bars usually close promptly at 2 a.m., a popular original, yet very Springsteen-ish Rhode Island band called Beaver Brown played repeated encores until the house lights came on at 1:55 a.m. As people filed out of the club Springsteen strolled calmly on stage. He played until 2:30. "I just want to stay in this grove all night long," he said once while playing at the Stone Pony with Cats. "All night long." The bands that Springsteen borrowed for his spontaneous jams followed his direction as if he were a symphonic conductor gone rock and roll. When he would crouch into the song-ending-let's-jump-and-land-on-the-final-note stance, so would the band members. He could get them swinging the necks of their guitars back and forth to the music with him. He could get the band's lead singer to croon along with him by waving his hand toward the microphone. He could get band menbers to do running knee slides across the floor with him. Bands that play with Springsteen play hard. They have to; he's Bruce Springsteen. His control over an audience is equally omnipotent. He. needs only to sing a line, suggest a sing-a-long answer and stick his ear toward the fans and they sing louder than the band can play. One Sunday after playing an apparently fresh-penned song a week before with Cats at the Stone Pony, Springsteen's voice was almost totally drowned out by the audience. "Come on over to my place, baby! Hey you, we're having a party," the cramped fans bellowed, pointing their fingers on the "hey you" part the way he had the week before. Springsteen threw his head back laughing with delight. Although Springsteen's song selections were mostly limited to classic rock and rollers from the '50s, he often peppered them with his own lines, verses and vignettes. During one rendition of Little Richard's Lucile he told the band to "bring it down" (slow the tempo and lower the volume) and told of a dream he had, half talking, half singing. He wakes up to find no Lucile. He gets dressed, boots, leather jacket and all, and goes out after her into the woods: "I'm on the prowl. I'm on the prowl," he repeated faster and faster, until the climax: "I'm on the prowl, Frankenstein, Dracula, there ain't no word for what I've become now. Lucile! Please come back where you belong!" There ain't no word indeed. One fan turned to a stranger at the conclusion of one of the jams and observed "Did you see his eyes during Long Tall Sally. The man's crazed." And the man never seemed to want to rid himself of that crazed state. He was in it all summer long. Whether he was prancing through Eddy Cochran's Summertime Blues or Sam Cooke's Shake, he always seemed determined to play this song harder than the last one. Even when he mellowed his tempo to the level of Tom Waits' Jersey Girl, his last-chance determination never let up. And the fans are left to wonder why. Why does he play so much? And for free yet. Aren't the never-ending tours enough? No other rock stars do it. It was this nagging question that incited me to approach Sprmgsteen at 2:34 a.m.one Saturday night in August after one of his Red Bank jams with Beaver Brown. "I haven't done any interviews in a long tirne," he said leaning on his mint-condition black 1969 copvertibW eADVy Chevelle outside an "all night" restaurant in Long Branch, N.J. "I don't really have too much to say right nov, ya' know. "The summer'% been great. I got to hang out in the bars a lot and play." But why? Goddamnit, why? "I don't know," he shrugs rather carelessly. 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qlii IuJhuiLtl;Au j. ERIK bappenmini FSIMpAqkeoq The UF Parachute Club will be teaching first-jump courses this evening at 7, room 349 on the Reitz Union. Everyone is invited to attend, and movies will be shown. Newrt of TOgs(Classes for beginners and advanced students will be given Monday night from 7 to 9 at the United Church of Gainesville, 1624 NW Fifth Ave. alligator, friday, september 3, 1982. 9 Alphe Phi OCmgen The National Service Fraternity is having open rush for all interested parties. Today there is a barbecuefrom 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Murphree Area Commons courtyard. Saturday there is a casual party at the French Quarter Clubhouse, 1001 SW 16th Ave. from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Mis University of FlorIde Pageant: The deadline for signing up for the pageant is next Friday, Sept. 10. There are 20 available spots. Sign up at the Blue Key Office, third floor of the Reitz Union. LSM:, Lutheran Student Movement will have dinner and a discussion on "The Various Religions that Flourish in Gainesville," Sunday 5 p.m., at the University Lutheran Church, 1826 W. University Ave. Chnting and Medltmtloe: The Siddha Meditation Center will have classes from 7:45 to 9 p.m., on Sunday. 1000 SW ninth St. Sfer Club: The Women's Soccer Club is having practice Tuesdays, Thursdays and Friday at 4:30 p.m. on Fleming Field. JSU: The Jewish Student Union will have an organizational meeting noon on Sunday at the Hillel House, 16 NW 18th St. Sebbath: Friday night services are at 7 at the Hillel House, advanced paid reservations are required for dinner afterwards. Saturday morning services are at 10 and Sunday at 1 there is a bagel brunch. MEDICAL STUDENTS THE NAVY WILL PAY YOU TO ATTEND MEDICAL SCHOOL As a student enrolled in or accepted to an ANA or ADA approved medical school, you are eligible for an Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship. Some of the beefits of the program include. -$530.00 a month to do with as you please. -The Navy will pay your tuition for up to 4 years 'of school -Full Active Duty pay at Ensign grade for 45 days. If academic schedule will not permit active service away from school, students may remain on campus and still receive full Aettve Dtty pay. Interested students should apply immediately because the number of scholarships is very limited. For further information, please complete the form below and drop it in the mail TODAY! Send it to: MEDICAL FROGRAM Code 70-HP 3974 Woodcock Dr. Jacksonville. FL 32207 or call: (904) 376-4560 NAMESEX ADESS I AVPRESENTLYEN ED AT I HAVEB EEN ACCEPTED AT UNEGRAD G.P.A._MCAT SCORES )L E V E D A BROWN Planned growth and wise land use e Programs which meet the needs of all county residents Safeguarding the quality of life in rural and urban neighborhoods Sound fiscal management Economic development employment opportunities Don't put Your Car Off Any Longer. See the best at Gator Paint For Your Convenience. And required American Parts. Body hop Free estimates When you forgot to get your Alligator B d15hyearsexperience 2944 M.U. 190h DrivW owners: Lo Johnson on campus or at various locations 377-0530 Phil Whiddon around town. "E LIGHTUP .you can purchase one at the followingYHAIR locations:' U.11 M We would like to welcome you to our salon I with this special Haircut coupon SEVEN-ELEVEN STORES MIKE'S BOOKSTORE $ie.s. for men 1206 W. University Ave. 116 SE 1st Street .9.1,rwoe1(e .am gtyme (Taxwo station)1.0 o wmn(long hair slightly more) en o 06NW 13th Street MAJIK MARKET STORES Selective stylist I 105 NW 16th Street 4105 NW 13th Street this includes shampoo conditioning and blowdry V 3807 NE ISth Street 2410 SW 34th Street for new customers only 2152 NW 39th Avenue 3321 SW Archer Road ladte lra 3310SW3SthBlvd. 1712SW13th Street located in the Butter Plaza 6711 Archer Road 2216 SW Archer Road 3240SW 35th Blvd.*I State Road 26 4919 NW 34th Street 375-3321 or 375-7748M R 4T0 NWh23rd Avenue Bring Coupon -Expires Oct. 2, 1982 SPRITSTOES 600 N 8thAvenue 2320SW Archer Road 1201 SW 16th Avenue 3901 SW Archer Road 1821 SE 9th Street 1234 NW 16th AvenueN n h .A r KCWIK STOP 13N1t~eu Noah's Ark Pet Center 346W. University Avenue HUNTLEY-JIFFY STORES 6900 SWArcher Rd. WARD'SSUPERMARKET I-75&State Road 26(GuliStation) 720 N W 13th Street 2131 XW-1116.eet 3M1hSWStheSt.e 2925 SW 28th PI. 375-6624 Large Selectionof healthy reptiles w opiw ts and md&mnuiybrl. Baby Gray Rat Snake .5.99 Baby barmsue Python. $45.00 Baby Red Ratji .$.8.99 Ball Phytbon. $49.90 4S." MmicauBoa.$79.99 .*'.$156f0 bby FloraKing. $14.99 4~. .~ COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 4 DEMOCRAT and

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10. alligator, friday, september 3,1982 Landlords fear they could get soaked by waterbed law Alligator Writer In 1968, when waterbeds first became widely available, they were supposed to make sleeping easier. Today, some people aren't sleeping too well because of them. As a part of a series of landlord and tenant laws passed April 2 in the Florida Legislature, a subsection was added known as the "anti-waterbed discrimination law." What it says is anyone who wants a waterbed can now own one, even if their apartment lease says otherwise. With this new law, "the landlord's (anti-waterbed) lease doesn't hold water," said Leonard Grill, director of Student Lagal Services. "The landlord can't take away what the statute gives you." Grill said he has received a few calls on the law, but added it is not known widely yet. "It generally takes a year for a law to have its full impact," Grill said. He added that landlords are "gonna be screaming." Some already are, like Mary Carver, manager of Oak Forest apartments.I "I think that a lot of people are going to get hurt (by the law)," Carver said. "One night, a maintenance man was in here," she said, walking to the back of the office. "And he heard a crack in the back room." She pointed to a loot-long "stress crack" in the ceiling. Carver said the worker noticed water dribbling out of the crack, but that the crack never worsened. "No matter what building codes say, it's not a fish tank," 'No matter what building codes say, it's not a fish tank.' -Mary Carver Carver said, adding that she would like to see the new law changed back to where it would be up to the discretion of the landlord to permit waterbeds. Although Carver had slept on a waterbed for five years, she said she would "rather have a vacancy than an apartment with a waterbed. I had an accident with mine. The hose broke when I was filling it, and it drained for over an hour before I caught it." Carver said the $1,000 deposit her complex charges for waterbed tenants is justifiable. "Everybody has been very understanding about the deposit," she said. "When I explain what the money covers they understand it better." The deposit for non-waterbed tenants is $250, but $750 is tacked on so that the tenant is covered in case their waterbed makes one too many waves. But Jim Farmer, owner of Waterbed Plus, said waterbeds do not pose a problem. Waterbeds do not weigh more than a TV set or a refrigerator, he said. One Way for the apartment managers to see if the waterbeds are safe is to have their buildings inspected, Farmer said. But he says they will not because, "they don't want to prove that their floors won't hold up." Farmer repeatedly stressed that waterbeds were safe, and that he has, "never, ever had one go through a floor -not documented ones." Wendy Carlow, assistant manager of Landmark Apartments said she is not pleased by the waterbed law. "These buildings were constructed before they even thought of waterbeds," she said. "Good ol' Governor Bob (Graham) should have made sure that people had insurance before he passed this." Landmark's lease used to say "waterbeds prohibited," but with the new law they will not be able to say that anymore. Carlow said she has gotten some questions from her tenants, asking whether they could have waterbeds, and "people come in wondering if the law was for real," she said. "I think discrimination against waterbed owners is a ridiculous way to put it." University Gardens resident manager Jill Wagle said she has no complaints about the law. Her complex has allowed waterbeds in the past, but only on the first floor. "I realize that according to law I can't make them change floors now, but waterbeds nowadays are practically damage-proof," she said. How would she feel if a second-floor tenant decided to buy a waterbed? "I'd be nervous about it. They weigh a lot when they're filled up," she said. "But they don't want their floor to collapse as much as we do." She added that waterbed owners generally request the first floor, but that if there-was a second-story owner, "we'd work something out." a--aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamaowo GATORS '81 RALLY For The tors! FrdaSWp. 3, 6:30 0~a. 'CoesMCn .=TM-:GATGO ff' ti A Sidney Martin is Doing The Jobl Your Gator Voice in Tallahassee Experience speaks for itself. Chairman. Ethics and Elections Conittee ApproprIationsCommittee Rules end Cakendreammtt ee Retirement. --am .endColective SBEargaining Comm Community Affairs Natural Resources Continued leadership promised. Speaker Designate Lee Molitt guys "Sid wiMl remain a Chairman; will remain on Appropriations. and can serve on any committee he so choose." Keep effective leadership in the House of Representatives. 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12. alligator, friday, september 3, 1982 5 09 e 00 *0 "THE SHOCKING REINCARNATION OF JIM MORRISON & THE DOORS" OFF CAMPUS ASSOCIATION ELECTIONS Wednesday & Thursday Sept. 15 & 16 8 am. -6 p.m. TO QUALIFY for OCA positions, come to the third floor, J -Wayne Reitz Union for slating and more Information concerning elections. OCA SLATING TIMES are Fri. Sept. 3, 10:30-2:003 Tues. Sept. 7, 10:30-2:00 Wed. Sept. 8, 10:30 -2:00-Room 362 POSITIONS AVAILABLE President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, District Representatives 1 -5 SPONSORED BY STUDENT GOVERNMENT Take two aspirin and don't worry about sunburn, researchers say By Lesie Kraft Alligator Writer Three Miami skin specialists from Mount Sinai Medical Center found that the use of aspirin and two anti-arthritis drugs can lessen the discomfort and redness of sunburn. Under the co-authorship of Dr. Stephen Horwitz, Edward Edwards and Phillip Frost, the study and its findings were published in a recent issue of the Archives of Dermatologicat Research. 4 Using artificial sunlight for light, the authors and several volunteers took aspirin two hours before exposing themselves to the light and for three additional times afterward at four-hour intervals. The team found that taking the aspirin resulted in an increase in the amount of time that could be spent in sunlight before the skin turned red. The research does not indicate a relationship between the taking 6f aspirin and lessened skin cell damage, but it does appear MICHELLE FOWLER crime Williams charged as adult, detained in lail Sixteen-year-old Columbus Williams has been charged as an adult for possession of drug paraphernalia, retail theft and violation of probation, and is being held pending payment of a $4,000 bond at the Alachua County jail, records show. On Aug. 29, Williams was arrested and charged with retail theft and possession of paraphernalia by security guards at Maas -Brothers department store in the Gainesville Mall. He was taken to the North juvenile Detention Center following the arrest. On Aug. 31, Williams was turned over to the Alachua County jail, the adult detention facility. On Sept. I, violation of probation was tacked to the charges. Williams is the black youth shot by a white undercover Gainesville policeman while resisting arrest for selling marijuana in December. The incident kicked off three days of racial riots in Gainesville. Circuit judge Elzie Sanders placed Williams on three year's probation Aug. 2 for possession and delivery of marijuana. Williams was arrested two weeks later after he failed to appear for a scheduled probation meeting. He was released on his own recognizance on Aug. IS. the human tolerance to the sun can be tripled through its use. "Because sunscreen is a much more effective means of preventing sunburn, aspirin should be taken only as an emergency measure when sunscreen is unavailable, and is effective against burning and redness only when taken before or soon after the burn has occurred," Hortwitz said. One should never take more than three tablets every four hours and not exceed 12 tablets in any one day, Horwitz said. This procedure has not been proven to guard against sun exposure damage, such as age spots, wrinkles and skin cancer. Gainesville dermatologist Richard Childers recommends the use of sunscreen products containing PABA, benzophenones, and products with protection factor 15. Further studies are being conducted by the authors to determine the full extent of the positive effects of aspirin in lessening sunburn discomfort and damage. Mailbox bums, man charged with arson A Hawthorne man who set his mailbox on fire, left and then returned has been charged with arson and resisting arrest with violence by the Alachua County Sheriff's Office. Larry Eugene Smith, 1008 NW Sixth St., Thursday morning placed a box of matches stuffed with paper into his mailbox inside the Hawthorne Post Office. Smith then lit it and left. A short while later, he returned to the post office and was confronted by Sheriff's deputies. Smith fled, and after a foot chase he was arrested and booked without bond into the Alachua County jail. Two-foot pot plant confiscated In Beaty A two-and-a-half-foot marijuana plant growing from a cardboard box was discovered in a Beaty Towers west dormitory room Wednesday night, UF police records show. Hall Advisor Mary Jo Miller confiscated the plant from a room at about 11 p.m. during a fire drill and turned it over to Hall Director Michael Perry. The plant was uprooted by UF police, placed in an envelope and turned over to L. Gene Watson to be destroyed, records show. The matter still is under investigation, Perry said. 376-4482(3) The dependent Florida Alligator

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I alligator eiassMiedh FOR RENT Combrdge Villag. Apts Apts. from$164.00 Noltease required It NW39th Ave., Ph. 378-39812-13-77-1 HBO, SEPT FREE!,BD cent heat/air carpet, drapes, foundry on promises. 800 NW 18 At, near UF take 9 S north from 16 Av to 18 At, then next right. $230; 9 mo lease $250 377-7422,375-6173. 941-1 3 Bdrm/2 both house, NW area. 2 tennis courts -pool -racquet. Call Lyle, 375-863or373-995. 94-10-I HOUSES APARTMENTS DUPLEXFS Mendoza Realtor 1219W. University Av3 373-2505. 930-25-1 ROOM FOR RENT in spacious NW home. K & L pro Close to UF &SFCC $135 plus Vt utlties. 377-1406. 9-3-5-1 August rent free. Sublet old rate large 1 br 3 BR/2 Both at 2215 NE 15 St Cent. air/heot. un'shed opt pools pets on bus lnes $240 fenced yard, utility shed, partly fornshed month + deposit Adr'ene 392-4116, 8$400/mo + $300deposit 372-0802 9-8-5 5p-tt9-3-5-I FREE* FREE DEPOSIT if you rent a spacious 2br apt with w/-a dishw /c, call stone 371-7087 for more info. 9-3-5-1 Sublet,bedroomfunished a unf urnshed, new carpetng, gas, private courtyard, shaded Orea. 3415 SW 24 St #4, $245, 371-6469 (or372-0118 mgr). 9-7-5-1 Sept. Ret FreeL Mancho Ap. 4 brm. Pars. 36th, to camtpus, tndtvtdu~al lease, Color TV -mod service pool, 378-7224 9-7-5-1 2 bedroom house 3 blks to tgett goroge, fireplace, pets ok, 1st + lost, $325. Coll 371-,4,9evngs, 9-7-5-1 Too houses Io rest: 3br 2both sets potnt + sar-pet cest.*/A,"fened yord, 2930 NB 18 Woy; + 1038 10 Pt. $350/Mo 372-2486 afler 4 M-F, anytime weekends. 9-7-5-1 RENT CUT SHARPLY; $200; close to U; 17th St. and 4th Ase; relatively large furnished single bdm; tw n beds; 378-7056./Also 2 hdrte $245. 94-4-1 Walk to U of F Large Room For Seous Nonsmoking Student Nice Trees, 6&I Utlities Pd $170/mo 373-2038 9-8-5-i 2bdrm 1 1/2 bth townhouse newS $375/mo w/watet pest conttal, dishwasher, disposal, sewage, garbage pickup, 2mi ftom UF Call 371-3369 9-8-5-1 Modern/spocious l-br apt-close to UF, shopping, on bus roue. 3316 SW 41 P #23-$205 per month, pets ok. Call PAULA 373-2818 9-8-5-1 One bedroom opt. ai old frame house $I57/mo. cc.waoter, setset, post conttol, hat twatet. pets ab, tttxta rmAtet Spt 373-7081 9-7-4-1 4 BR POOL HOME.tFireplace, covered pato, fenced acrelot.Privacy. 2et. North of arpar off Waldo Rd. $850/mo. Ph 372-6022 aft 5 9-13-8-1 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX, $210/month Pleasant sett"g s bus route 373-8227, 376-2637. (No children or pets). 9-8-5-1 Lokefront 12 x 60 2br/lboth mh. on 2 1/2 acres, very private 15' private beach, pets OK, good swam/fish. $185 month, Howthorne area. 376-1352 9-9-5-1 HBO and C wnmax: Ihe tw able TV channels with oer 80 diSe nwt movies a mouth. Only HBO~and Cinemaxtshow entirely different features each month. So, with The Perfect Double Feature, there's always something terrific to see. You can turn from a recent smash movie on HBO to a smashing Hollywood musical on Cinemax. Switch from an HBO superstar performance to a superb foreign film on Cmnemax. And there's something great to watch, whenever you watch, because both the HBO and Cinemax services are on 24 hours a day. 2 :G.At oavie, Pat specials, got paft, Home Box Office* shows all the hits like Stir Craz and The FourSoasons. But Great Movies Are Just The Beginning" You'll also see HBOnlys'-entertainment showi only on HBO and nowhere else on national pay TV Movies like Carbon Copy exclusive specials like Robert Klein at Yale, and exclusive sports like World Championship Boxing. "1 Mth Free!!" $249 cent heat/otr, walk to UF, aaler, -wer. garbage pod, available now & Oct Alt NW 15 St. 37-0769, 378-390, 375-6173 9 1610SEPT RENT FREE Furn I BR, cent hlot/oir. -dry on premise 800 NW 18 Ave Apt 4 Sublease 376-8735 9-8-4-1 ver lease Buller Gds. IBR, $220/mo Grohom. 378-6120 9-9-5-1 t'Ar otspus 2blocksstadiums tatstsh m shore ktchen + LR. $85 + -s No pets 374-8414, 378-8122, 1,652 Lease 9-17 10-1 -OAth 10 CAMPUS 2 blocks stadiuts, 3 BE ,rpt $255rtent rom$85 + ies j4 S414 378-8122, 376-6652. 9-17-101 HOUSEHOLD REFRIGATORS lease yourself ItstIutg large kitchen refrtgator for the -st1t delivered today picked up when o--oe $100 Call Mr. Relrtgator today of 4?7 961 5 9 10-5-1 111Apt $150-month. 1536 NW 3rd 4-61 Couch for sole $55. 9-3-1-1 l Ret I bed/I both Apt at Brandywine, $325 a month. For more detls calt 37 2186after 6:00 9-10-5-1 3 Cea 3Mare mwiMmr nwm Cinemax shows all movies all the time. And each month, Cinemax movies are completely different from those shown on HBO. You'll see films like Carnal Knowd The Howling, La Cage Aax FotlesIandL, Stevie, Huckeberry Finn, plus a film festival of The Many Faces Of Peter Sellers. Mysteries, fantasies, adventures, romances. something for every movie lover in the family. That's Cinemax! 4 BO and Chem=rWith over80 movies, plus sports and specials to choose from each month, HBO and Cinemax bring you the greatest choice your entertainment dollar can buy. Mw PrW DdW Rha. eficiescy 16250/th, 2 blocks Rbateseeded Fer /2le non-smoker to I-UoIP. after Spin call 372-3012, heore shae Ibtapt $105/to, + 1/2 utlities. Call call 392-4008 Ask for Santiago Ahson. 392-8046 or 9 3 t1371-8110 9-7-5-2 2 BP Iboth apartmenturnished $265. unFEMALE own room m NW home, o/c, $240. behm-td Goinesville Mali, fenced wash.dry. pets ok, t$110 mo %V at t. $100 I iIt. lost, security dep 495-2953 deposit 37t-1842anytime 9-7-5-2 .10 5 I A,. -rd 845 frn TRAILER $175 mo unfn 5 160 No pets / children. Washer/water frn I-s I person max 2 call collect -,3.1607542 9-17-10-I Roommate wanted must be neat. depend dable Own room in huge house in Duckpond area (NE) S160/mo + /util Cal1375-2644 keep trying 9-7-5-2 -----~---a* *GATORWOOD*** emale to !. tpacioushomeNW carpetsscenh/o, shore 28R/28th Beautifully furd opt $183 -tenced hugetmaster br screened + 1/2utl t For more sfo call Stacy pets ok 3455 NW 51 Ate, $500 377-0322/377-0044. 9-7-5-2 I'm 4626 9 10.5-1 B-o-m Reduced to $300 3 br/lboth par'-ly tum corpets air 3 1/2me to UF on culo ny lake, 2791 SE 27 Ave, 378-4626 ROOMMATES -osle on-smoktg serious student to ore 2 bdr. I s both twnhouse in NW .t'uturn. $150/mo plus 1/3 util April 378 1098 9-13-14-2 Moture. nonsmoker needed for 3 bedroom Sause. central air, fireplace, yard, pets OK. Rot$133. deposit. Colt 372-8589. 9-3-5-2 ROOMMATE F-.e wanted to share bdtm. Hawaison ,ot1e I costs. 371-9211. 9-3-5-2 ONLY $100 Gatarton-own ,-nm. n o n,-kng omon to shore w/2; call Roxosoa 176 4458-375-6823 9-3-5-2 Roommate Wanted ,Smoker. Call 374-4303 $; 40 to. 1'2 Uttes 9-3-5-2 Female desed to shore new 2b/t 1/2both NW condo turntshed and fully equipped. $225 -1 '2 otil per month. Pool + tennis, 376-1671 9-3-5-2 Female nealnon-smoker needed to shore a turstshed 2 Bdem 2 Bo opt located 1 1/2 miles from campus. $230mo + 1/2 utilities. 371 3414. 9-3-5-2 Roommate wanted 3 bdrm house 1/3 util. 5103 rent, 2 mira. bke to school, iv rm. kit, etc See at 421 SW 3 St, contact ttm, studio 214 ARCbldg. 9-3-5-2 Responsible nonsmoker wanted for mmedtote occupancy Own bedroom. 1147.50 mo + 1/2 utilttes. 373-5825. 9-3-5-2 Studous n os-stokng fe e to shoreI ndtto. -teed only yout hdrmtternt. Tentts rotquetlt Hckory Hills, $125 mo + 1/2 s + 1/2 deposit On h s route m S-o-e 3754142 Greatlapt. 9-3-5-2 -"ootts ad studioussletoote to shots 2 hdrto -p. i block from UF, ptef grad or upleralossman. $125 a month 1/2 utdl 371 8106. Karen. 9-3-5-2 Femole roommate needed to shore 4 bdr tous Close to campus withtwash/dry. On'y $120/tmoo+-util. Coll 377-224. 9-9-7-2 Female to shore Ig master bdrm in new 2 stvtr ntshed condo. 2 pools ten. roq-botI ow-, oash +dy dishweasher CALL 372 5669 cc9-3-5-2 etole nonsmoker 2 bedroom 1 n/2 both arondnew townhouse, 2.3 miles from com pus, $187.50 snd 1/2 stil. Coll Peggy 373-5154. 9-3-5-2 Petoletoommate needed, LosandtohApfs, close to campus. $US atmonth, pus 1/ uttlities. CoIl 374-89. 9-3-5-2 oom so"e desired, ca* resposble, nos-smroker. Otestooteinslorge 25d Maorcaibo opt $162mo + 1/2 uttl Coll Dotd 375-6432. 9-3-5-2 Roommoe toanted, nonsmoke,. must b quietsnd bibeal, 28r opt. prt turn, walk to campuss $145 mo + '/2 tl. 371-0901 eve. 93-5-2 Reaponsble mole roommate wanted to slat ice 2br/lboth apt. on bus route. $115 mo + ls electric. Call Tim 371-3381 oser 5:0)pn. 9-7-5-2 Owbdrm Southrooad townhouse, unforn, cbl I 3 util, carpet, oc, on bus fine, nne month loseill Aug hneel $105 month. 37t-4612. 9-3-42 Ook Forest, Femoe arooma ot seeded. -o bedroom Cma ,bth. Colt tots Sept monthly Free. Call alter ive, 377-1789. 9.7-5-2 : oP;IFCh;e ot:a.wanted So shoreOlrote 2 loth, 2 balconsy apt.2 bloc"o from mawnps. 376-898. 9-7--2 Male own am rfe in 2Pr/18 NW house. Must beeia riaus Mbudanf $lSB/me. + 1/2 utf., s. ist. Ca!Saee3S-0776. 9-74-5.2 esale Beanamale inbeautiful Fu 2 bdrm I bN w/wash 8 die ,2 3m3saeft*"cpus. Call JadI. M-F alt 6.9950. eny owekene97-5-2 Rommtate Wasted to shate 2 bedroorm trailet 0minutesfro pcmpus, $150.O0pet month, 1/2 uttlties, call Wayne 376-62t9wk 375-4008 9-3-8-2 Roommate wanted own room in I br apt, Mellow nonss-ker upperclass or Grad preferred Low rent, come by 426 NW 9 Ate, Th 3-6, WF 3-5 9-3-3-2 Soommateneeded for small ER in large older house. I IL to UF. No cars. Fireplace, $100/mo. + %. ut/l. 377-2309. 9-3-3-2 SEPT. RENT FREE* need t fersole own room or 2 females sharetroom nonsmokers ibeauttfulWidtseodows. Please calt 373-5734. 9-8-5-2 Female rmme to share furnished 2dsrm both apt e oak forest. Need bdrm furntature. HBO, sounoa, pool, tennis cts on lake, 378-3237. 945-2 Female roommate wonted. Own room in nice 2 bedroom Quad. Completely furnished. Serous student only. $160 + 1/2 utilities. Coll 371-9223. 9-8-5-2 Petsnttststto shots bdrtsin 2bdtts 2ba twshs. $5pts + / utl mPool, 1/2 ei frot UF + close to shopping. Call after 9pm 378-9056. 9-7-4-2 Roommate wanted fa 4 8R house tm NW G'ile,. washer dryer fireplace & more $145 + utilities. No pets, no smokers. Call Dave 376-4822. 9-7-4-2 Responsible n-smkr, own rm New 1200sq It 3brm,2 1/2bth twnhs in sw, furnished plus wshr, dryr n cable. Amt to UF. MUST be clean n neot. $150/m+ Nut+1t50dep. Call John at 377-6833. 9-7-4-2 Far just $85/mo + util, you ca share a 1g, quiet apt w/ two personable, hard studies. Call wesdy @ 371-394eves. 7 min to UF 9-7-4-2 OAK FOREST Roommate needed now for 28r/28th opt. Luxury apt. with new carpetCall now faor GREAT DEAL!!I 376-7002 9-3-3-2 RESPONSIBLE FEMALE NEEDED CHOICE OWN ROOM $1 0/ SHARE MASTER ROOM $95 IN LOVELY FURNISHED 4 BDRM HOUSE ON BUS ROUTE TRACEY/ZENZ 371-6438/378-8984. 9-8-5-2 Rootsmate toasted to shote 3hdtto,2 1/2 both, NW sections, geadesis datme opt. Quiet asd iathe pises $150/tooth &!, uti. 375-6972 days 375-1069 eves ask for Pats9-4-5-2 Need ROOMMATE-fem. to share 2bedroom opt. close to campus, stores, + laundry $139mo. + 1 /tl. Apt. furnished. PLEASE? Judy 377-1446. 9-9-5-2 "Walk to UFI"ow roa to 3bd, ester. sewer, garbage paid. 1306 SW 13 St. $135, Parksons Apts, 375-2095,373446.,75-6173. 9-9-5-2 L0061 Fetal. ototed to sham g. mslbdt. at Unit Goads, Apt. Pool, Blbi,, 'Is utileesl Only $125 ma. Colltofler Split. 371-4599. 98-4-2 Femolt Roommate wanted, own room Piodillty Apts. $15000 a mossit + Its uilites. Cll377-5249. 9.9-5-2 M/F non-smoker needed So shore 21 twersofseatThe Lbe* (ass). PrelerSt1+, heolliy capitahlt $150/tao + 1/2 utilites. 371-8091. 9-9-5.2 Help were desperately e"ole wanted for 2bd/2bo Isrn apt.$10 ma, + ati. Call 371-3921. 9-9-5-2 Female wonted to share spacious I b apt 3 blocks from campus. $125 + 1/2 uR. 377-0292keeptrying. 9-9-5-2 ORSPEBATEI Nee two houseo-mles", one Ba own room-$45/mo and one to shore 110/toNoa wU. Call 7-W391 for info. 9-8-4-2 GREAT HOUSE or sonstideraft adult-neoa campuses dwais: Yard fireplace porch gaage. st'upy da'ed."One 'teammate. $1754+ 1/2 375-40M09431-2 Roommate needed to occupy ~as room in thse Vllage Apes. Pap 1.utlilseCol 377-110110. 94-2 muiet lemae nan-meperwanted oa -smediate occua nas SW 2D eA. optOwn .edraa m 17.50/ 4. + 1/2 uN. 373,W& 9-I104.2 POINIWEST eavygalagmale lealking B oa "aune"a"er" SedltabNh peabide $190 me +1/2 utilee. Pleise cell 3711. 9-7-2-2 The Perfect Double Featune H~ee' what ma-kes it perfect. HBO and Cinemax services are available in areas sei ved by cable TV and selected apartment buildings and private residences. 0 1982 Home Box Office. Inc. @ Registered service marks and TM service marks of Home Box Office; Inc. CALLTODAY! 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14, alligator, friday, september 3, 1982 aMigakou Femcile wanted 1 shre finished bdrmw onoth in 2 bdrm 1 1/2 both spacious apt, call 376-5560 rent approx $i15mo close to compuse 9-10-5-2 Mote roommate wanted for own rm in 2 bdrm mobile home $150 -1/2 util Non smoker Call 375-1562 keep trying 9 10-5-2 RooMite needed Beautiful 4 BDRM Home Rent $137 00 plus v utilities Cali 373-0431 9-10-5-2 Desperve Need for Female Roommate at Brandywine furnished I bed/I both Pool sobusline, cll offer 3 00, 371.2186 9-10-5-2 Roommate F to share fully furnished one bedroom condo Located near sorority row Must be neat, studio, ci Sondie 376-9901 9-10-5-2 Responsibe,l bberal male roommate wanted Own room in 3 b house with pool. iiundry cvbie + HBO Close to com pus $175/ mo + 1/3 util 375-2730 9-9-4-2 SUPERIOR LIVING AT VIZCAYAi Mtre liberal and studious roo-mmae needed for 2 bedroom/both condo coll 377 1288 9-3-1-2 UNREAL LOCATION 4bed 2 both house microwave dshwrsh wsh + dry HBO sundeck No Cigs $160 .util 5 min walk stadium Call Bll 377-4569 9-8-3-2 Roormie needed smallBR in spacious house $100/mo + vutil is,Ist & seibi to U F 1220 S W si Ave Come by/cvll 372-3817 9-8 3 2 Responsible nonsmoking m/i needed to share a very caion 2/1 vpt bike diist to UF 4 $1 45/m + I/2elec Yr ivese 1 + lost+4 $50dep No pe no poi cl 377-0896 9-8-3-2 Femero ommavv e ownvoveimvi. turn Walk, bike to commiv $160 + 1/2 ut C k 372-7697 best to try af ter 4 00 9 8 3-2 FOR SALE Good Used Furniture Desks, Chests Sofls. Dineie Sets Dishes, etc Best Prices in Town Browse Shoppe 433 South Mvin 12 1377 4 KARATE EQUIP l l types of martial arts vfuiir ms spring equip., weapons and books IN STOCK i i's mode, we have i a( cn gel it quickly of excellent prices Call 375-8144 v, 'i'' 30 W Un, Ave (Wodo-Ki' Krate) 9-15-15-4 Karate Equipment for sole Uniforms, weapons, books. T-shirts, etc New class open this week Please coil 378-4172 or visit 809 W Un, Ave 9-10-15-4 AREA'S LARGEST USED FURNITURE STORE Desks, couches, shelving, beds, & more NINA'S NOOK 818W Univ Ave behndTaco Bell WE BUY FURNITURE 377-6700 12-13-77-4 1/2 PRICE BEDDING Desks, Dressers. Chests. Sofs. Dining rm sets, bookshelves, lamps, coffee and end tables, etc Wide selection to choose from See at Afforldble Furniture & Bedding, 1201 E Univ Ave. blockk east of Wold Rood ) 373-5500 12-13-774 Good Used furniture Desks, Chests, Sofs, Diieoie Sets, Dishes, etc Best Pices in T-ec Browse Shoppe, 433 South Mcin 12-13-77-4 One Binkmann RdOr Deiector $35 One Snyo car siere irom/m, auto rev, dolby, loudness switch, metal lopes worih $180 sell $80 377-3855 9-30-3-4 Moving S e, TV Co or 19" lke new under warronly. $210 Cvii Alec. 392 2000. 9vic 6pm, 378-9486 otter 6pm 9-3-4-4 78 Puch moped he lmet a ck Exclieit concdiionS 400 even Coll Sue 392-1919 after 4 pmn 9-7-5 4 ******* Your Future?* * Pimistry cassette tapie chart quickly eoch the art Interesting and enterticnng Only $7 95 + $1 00 p + h to Pelmistry. P0 Box 2187. Gainesville, FL32602 9-7 5-4 WATERBED. Kingsize. heater pitorm, bookcase headboard, bio-wove message vibrator, sheets and pad included, ex shp 373-3182, $300. 9-3-4-4 KONICA FS-i comer w/ lens. Vivoor 283 flash and 2x teleconverter, camera bog and tripod Everything for $300 or will sell sepertely Call 372-5182 9-8-5-4 73 Hondo CL 125 Excelent running condtion,cgreat gas mileage, surprisinglyvcst Needs point $300, call 375-4416 and keep 'iy'ng 9-8-5-4 Ludwig snvre drumAll chrome, one cymbai, stands Like new $100. 378-7872 Kitchen choirs set of four, $15 for set 9-7-4-4 For Sle TRS-80 color computer. 3ZK' oysticks, computer cosseo books, stand. $500,00. 378-7768 9-3-3-4 GARFIELDneedsaihome Heisogrey-cheek parakeet Comes withcageounoperch $150 takes ell Ater 5. Frank 372-5467 9-8-5-4 Ohio scientific CIP computer bas long. Like apple Con use cassette storage. Keyboard and monitor $300 obo after 5 372-5407. 9-8-5-4 REFRIGERATOR, Frigidoire 25 years old, looks/runs GREAT' $75 Ccli 372-0820. 9-8-5-4 OAK TABLE -DESKS SURFBOARD. 64'' eitw fe 21" -de. 16' tii $100. Ask for Troy 378-0590 9-8-5-4 REAL ESTATE HAMMOCK RIDGE Homebuyer/Investor 3br 2boh mfg homes on i acre lots. $33.900 + $1695 Di Complete fincicil analysis Model-Soles office open daily 1 30 pm Saxon Realtors, 495-2056 or 373-1644 9-14-10-3 HAMMOCK RIDGEStudents/Siant I Icre lots, $1000 Dn. mo payment less than most MHl ot rent Oil Archer Rd. Saxon Reltors. 495-2056 ci 373-1644 9-14-10-3 20 beocaifula cres in Archer, has huge oaks/pines, enced, very prvte, perfect for smol rnch, owner finance' $2750/ocre 376-1352 9-9-5 3 a podil hNd dasfied 376-4446 Over 100 stock, 34' x.60' top with 2 drwers, $35 -$75 Oice Mori, 690 NE 23rd Ave, 373-7516 9-10-10-4 USED OFFICE FURNITURE Table -Desks. Choirs. Bookcases and much more Office Mori, 690 NE 23rd Ave, 373-7516 9-10-10-4 Zounds What great sounds in my cr! Now I happily travel for, since the tunes come in cier to my ear after a visit 0 Ccr Stereo Speciiusts t 2201 NW 13St Low pricesocnd hi-fi moke their cr stereos a great buyiSee Ken now and you too will be saying ''WOW[" Cell 372-2070 todey 12-13-73-4 STOP wasting hours waiting in line fr your turn at a computer termincli Sound Ides Computing to the rescuel Own your own termioli So convenienl-use from your home + at any time you choose Use with NERDC, VAX or Dow-Jones. Terminal may be purchased or leased Sound Ideas Compuling 2201-C NW 13 Si 372-1712 10-7-30-4 FOR SALE: 1981 Hondo Pssport wo months old 100mpg only $595 negotiable, icludes helmet Cell other 6.00 373-2162 9-3-5-4 Quen size wcerbed with wooden frame, like new, $100 Call 377-1368 9-3-5-4 for sale 10 speed bike 1twt window correra sport excellent condition, i alloy toe clips etcCell Mike 377-9663 leave name + # 9-3-5-4 1980 Yoroho 125 Encuro-6 speed Like new w/ rock 8 helmets $725 Cell 392-2811 between 4-11 pm Monday through Friday 9-3-5-4 Furniturfo rl sae en ged shape Cvii 371-0359. 9-3-5-4 Brand new queensize mattress and Boxspring $50.00 or best ofter 371-4486. 9-3-5-4 BALLOONS $10 for 1 doz helium balloons, hren doluenry. CAll thv Believe Geve cliel 5:00 weekdays Anytime weekends, 376-3872 9-14-10-4 376-6843 One Dollar Admission Butler Plaza PORKY'S 7:309:45 Midnsght Sat & Sue Beer, Wine, Sandwicben AMPIFIER Ycahov giti o erplifi 100 watts 4-bnd eq tremolo 5inch speaker. $225 Coll Eric 373 7169, 7-Ihpm 9-8-5-4 *SURFROARD* Cster channel hull twin fin, Ar brush, 6 ft ke new $190 coilBen378-2141. 9-3-3-4 DREAM MACHINE 1982 HONDA SABRE silky V-4, futuristic. instrumentation, shaft excel cond $2999sove$500/375-3531. 9-9-5-4 Sofo-sleeper (Full-size) $50. Vanity with 5 draws and 40>nch mirror $75 373-2811 after 5& weekends. 9-9-5-4 AKC Cocker Spniels, Cheipion Bloodlines, Buff, weeks. shots +wormed, Mole + femol, $17500 cil 375-4677 after 5:00, 9-9-5 4 SAILBOARDS intr offer Heo. svilboords Features not offered On COm peting brands costing $10's more complete outfit only $775 Cvll for demo 475-1247 9-9-5-4 SOL Cvt 18" beautiful boo, excellent cond. on trailer $1900, 376-2777 oter 5:00. 9-9-5-4 FENDER Super Reverb Amp, $250, GIBSON Melody Maoker electric guitar + case, $125, both lor $350 Call eves472-3826. 9-8-3-4 PUCH 10 speed, almost new a brand new dervilieur. 27 inch frame, aqua color, excellent condition Michele 392-7063. 9-8-3-4 Foi Sole Seoly twn bed onlyonesem r old Despertely need to se1! $50.00 of ist best offer. doll 371-0958 9-9-4-4 KENWOOO STEREO. NEW must sell, boxed, never opened, $870.00 reti will sacrifice for $600 Call eves. 378-64819-8-3-4 ONE WAY, Mami to Gainesville Air Florid ticket $20.00, Deports 6pi September 21 Cvii 495-2145. 9-7-2-4 Refrigeotoreorsoie 13Cubicft,. GoodCondition, $125. Call MArk or Jim o f371-3892. 9-8-3-4 For sale twi bed $40 PVC desk$ 10. chest $30-cfte i6pm. 375-2994. 9-9-4-4 Photo Sudentc. fci sole 35mmici virc. 28mm lens, flash comero cse, filters. Reasenoble price$ Cell Michele after 5, 372-0106. 9-10-5-4 Mustang 1970, air. power, automatic trans. om/Im, 302 eng. Good tires, geod mech. cend. Rod cw/ block vinyl topi. $2250. 9-10-5-4 BICYCLE off rod model Tnge forks, alloy wiheels, Stewpuwper trems, Pcro nck, Schwinn frame. $225, 373-4638. 9-3-1-4 Hondo Express '78, helmet $100. Ccll Mothevi 377-5381 ofler 6pw. 9-10-5-4 Six cu. ft. refigerotor quiet/good condition why cool when you can own? $ 100rbest enot. .371-4440.9-10-54 Have you sold that item yet? If not call C.P.S. We natch buyers and t"s. Call 377,3209onytimo. 9-16-9-4 AUTOS Dining table, 4 chairs Livingroomi. oo VW Rabbit diesel deluxe, AMFM Casse.e, choir, tables call Mrio 371-8207 98 4-4 Air, 4npd. Excellent condition. $4995. Ph 371-7323. 9-8-5-5 9 drwer bureau, $30; double bed, mottress, boxsprings. frime, $25, moncol typewrter. $15, il fair to good condition 373-7436 9-9-5-4 Baby ferrets for sale $25 each Cll Eric, 378-2178 9-3-2-4 BABYSITTER WANTED creativer responsibi sister for our two daughters, 2-15-5:00 M-F, light iousecleaning, need cr 372-6254 vfter 5:00 9-7 3-4 For Sole Drowing/Drotting instruments Call Shelton 376-2595. Levenornie/no. 9-7-3-4 LIKE NEW Twin mettress. box spring and frome, green been bog chair and white barc lounger Ccll 378-9798 or 392-9747. 9-7-3-4 3br I 1/2 both 1974 mobile home, il fur.nishings + equipment included plus window coverings + screened patio, Brittany Eswtes. $7000, no ssumoble loon Cll 376-19199-5-00. 9-16-10-4 MOPED -1981 Jowo-bought new in March. Two speed Automat Excellent condition asking for $395 Ccll Megan at 377-4769. 9-9-5-4 Queensize box spring + mattress -$30; Double -$60, double frome$15; Single with frome $25. CII373-6146 9-9-5-4 Keep hike thieves away New Master Ushped lock $2500 Call Sharon 373-6290. 9-7-3-4 Pioneer SX-650 omp/fm tuner, technecs SL-23 belt drveIntable, pair SVG custom speakers. all enc. cond. hoar to opprec $550, 376-1352. 9-9-5-4 1981 Yamh 400 sp w/extras exc. cond. 3500 rm. Lrge color TV MAons7 drmond ring Sers scholr electric typewriter w/cose now 378-8443. 9-9-5-4 Cclks 4 Sole T159-125, T151-15, TI. prgrammer-40, smith coron elect typewriter150, call ryon at 392-5880 (w) or 377-1254 (h). 9-9-5-4 OLS SM N NINA' SPECIAL Areas Largest Selection SUBSCRIPTION OQeity Used Putmrn. Juit $1.25 weekly 818W. University Avo. Daily & Sun. We Suy Fwnur 1981 Honda Preude Navy w/tited windows air, Sony cassette 5:speed beige interior, col 371-8335. Let's make a deal. 9-8-5-5 1961 De Lorean, Only 300 miles, immoculate condition, $17,950. Call 377-7551. 9-15-10.5 A 1981 CM400E Honda motorcycle excellent condition $1295 including 2 helmets. Call 495-3054 or 375-870, keep trying. 9-15-10-5 AUTO WINDOW TINTINGNew Scratch Resistant Film, Highest Quality, Professional installation, 5-year warranty. SOLAR-X. 375-0369. 12-13-77-5 Ford Pinto, Good condition, great on gas, $1000 or bestoffer. 371-4486. 9-3-5-5 78 Suzuki, TS-250 Enduro, low miles, clean, fast, $650. 67 Chevy Caprice, door, 327ci, clean, Dependable, $5. Ca Joe, 371-0264. 9-3-4-5 75 Celica GT mags AC very good cond. $2500. 376-2777 after 5:0. 9-9-5-5 75 Toyota Corello excel. mech. $1295. 392-2411 beforep5:00pM. 9-9.5-5 1973 Mazda RX-3 coupe, 4-speed, tinted windows, sun roof, pioneer sound syitem. Looks good, runas good. $12D.00. 371-483. 9-9-5-5 74 Hornet wgn, eirr h stereo caselte, new tired/paint, power seern'g/brakes. taper clean in/out $1500 neg. Steve 378-5244/375-1634. 9-7-3-5 VW Rabbit Co, fuel Injection, air condloning, sun roof, alloy wheels, michelin tires $6280 negotiable. 15,000 miles, call 378-0647 941 VOLVO 1974 164E Six Cylindar, fuel in,ected, Suwroof Pioneer PM stereo6S track. well maintained.$23M0 Call 3734". 9-9-5-5 SPITPWI 78 AM FM radio, running watt, 500M0 iles. 8381%0 or best afer, call Akio 371-8W. 9-8-4-5 for sale 1It areshe XS1 SO00 13.600 "ml. munt sell, $116MO.or bofeernf. M37-621 after 410pm. 9.-8 SERVICES COMPUTER PROGRAMMER multilanguge programming on Large Scale or micro. Call David 378-7870. 9-8Need funds for college? Three billion grants and scholarships available annually. We'll provide sources of aide that may ease the financial strain. Free info write: Student Scholarship Services, Box 2322, St. Paul, MN. 55109 9--5-6 HORSE BOARDING 100 acreoranch Wpermonrh 468-2394. 9-15-10-6 FREE KARATE Cuong nhu style beginning clvss starting now basement Fl gym, MWF 5:30-7:00, everyone welcome. 9-8-6-6 Keypunching date entry, Programming, Statistical Analyses. Col Info Tech, Inc. 375-7624 orafter6472-2413. 9-24-19-6 FOUR STAR TYPING SERVICE (formerly known s Woodhull Typing Services) 376-TYPE 10-25-4 HORSES Double Run Stable: boarding, rentals, Hayrides, Birthday Parties. Rt. 3 Box 598, Storake468-1440. 9-13.10-6 TYPING. No job too large or small. Twelve years' experience. reasonable rates, fast & accurate work. Call Sharon: 377-9765. 9-21-20-6 Typleg/Wrdreeseee.QPy cV1 S--dEV es kil eeel. 1MSW. Univerifty Ave. 351.258/37$.813. 9-22-20-6 HORSES -Come ride at Sleepy Hollow wooded Bails -leasngi rntamle, avsucion -HuPnt seal A dressage. Compllefte oIn 375-8080466-3224. 12-1375-4 Flght Trating THE UErlml1V PFGHT SCHOOL efferingotiaon cones from student pilot to airline rnpart pilot 3e-30. 9--1" WADO-KAI Professionally planned A/M approved ProgrnMs for adults and children, Morning and/or evening classes taught by nationally recogniaed comptiltor/instuctas.Mika Sawyer--and Mike McCoy. int4 out today what Wado.i Karate can do for youl Ca 375-8144 for more Information or visitourmodernstudio at 308 W. Univ. Ave. 9-15-15.6 Typing, Bookkeeping & Notary Service, Profewional Quality -10 ys. experience. IBM Correct Selectric ll. Down 373-3913 after 5. 923-23.6 IMPROVEYOURGBADESI Research catalog 306 pages 10,37 topicsRush $1.00 Bo 25097-C, Los Angeles, 90025. (213 377M6 11-16406 Karate New classes open now. PI& 378-4172 or visit Cuong NhU Karl Center at 809W. Univ. Ave. Har styles. 9-10-15-6 RECYCLED BICYCLE Buy, sell, trade used new bicyc under $100 w/ 2 mo. warranty UniversityAve. 372-4890. 12-13-7 Learn to Fly FAA Certified filght instructor Gainesvilles moat reasonable t 371-1179. 9-10-156 Typing, Bookkeeping + Notar1 Professional Quality -to yrs. er M Correct electric lii. Down after 5. 9-24-23.6 UF Shotoka Karate Clul: Meets MW,F at Norman Gym. b 6:30 -7:30. Advanced -5:3D36-6319 or 376.99-1 OH P1EASE Don't it your beloa endure undue pain + sufferir hands of Butcher Techniciansl Ideas we repair Vlereas fast (1-3 do it right (the first ime), and ato; you and your stereo will level $o th exOpeuetced tcidniansf(22 p NW 13Mt. 378-0192. 10-7-0-6 Typing. fool and acurats, reasors miner editing. proofreading. CallI 372-6253. 9-16-154 Professional Typing Recorded on wag ord-Updating retyping-Grad School approved. 13th St. 373-9822 afer 5 12-3-74-6 Typng -word ProcesorSpira l eagiteroa CApie.& 1219W. Unive -Ave. 3MA "(O"e"bloc m camp *ane cal ate Heatl, d and soft LES le:& losp. .80 W. 7-6 y s offering ame Gary HAVE TRUCK WILL MOVE Call 378-8705, Cash Pleasel 9-36Typing: Fast and accurate. Reasonable rates. Expert proofreading. Papers, theses, dissertotions, resumes, etc. Rito 375-1486. 12-13-67-6 HYPNOSIS HELPS attain mentol & physical go* "st'dyino/memory/coofidence/sports. DON PRATT, Director 373-3059. 204-25-6 MATHTURORWANTED For 7th grade girl, Female preferred. Cll collect after Spm.-431-1259, Raiford. 9-8-3WANTED CASH or Brade far gold, slver, old jewelry, gems, closs rings, dental gold. Call Ozzie 373-9243. 12-13-77-7 Cash for gold, sterling, diamonds, jewelry, class rings, coins. Will visit your home anywhere 376-5235, Mr. Rittmon. 12-13-77-7 377-2344 Cash for Silver and Gold Items of all kinds, class rings and etc. 377-2344. 12-13-71-7 Help I need 4 tickets so my friends from outoftown can watch the gators mutilate Miami Call 371-8335 after 6:00 thanks. 9-3-3-7 WANTED PRIVATE HOME ROOM + BOARD MALE ADULT 40 JEWISH HOME 373-0836 9-343-7 One student-East stand football card punch for LS3 game. Will pay any reasonable price, call 374-M 9-8-5-7 1 need one UISC football ticket desperately. Pleece call if you can tell me on ena. 371-1043, if no answer keep trying. 9-7-3-7 one student-East stand football card punch far USC game. Will pay any reasonable price. Call 3744780. 9-9-5-7 Needed: 1 or mare tickets far Mimi Game Call 378-8951 9-84-7 HEIPI Need 3 cets together far Miami game, will exchange 1 east ticket and/or CASHI Call George 377-86. keep trying. 9-3-2-7 HELPI I need US.C. tickeff My parents are coming up for 'te game and rm i ticket short. I will pay up to $ Please Hepl Call Keith at378-1026. 9-4-3-7 Babysitter needed for 3 yr. old. Mature teenager or adult. -Mitsc.4evenings. Ref required. Call 373-7301. 9-7-2-7 HELP WANTED ALWAYSNNCASH?? y Service. Add over $9 per yea to yase income. experience. Help fIt scknees and disease with your 373-3913 blood plame donat ors. New donors accepted daily9-3. NoappK necessary. Internatonalbinlogcal Inc. 9 SWIstSreet 377-Sw in TIn ad we* $2 for new donors thru 12/13/8. 12-13-77EARNEX1TRA MONFY 2-3 hours a week in 7:00. Call or PRET Er twice a week Donate Plasma. GAN*SViuM PLASVA CORP. (Since 1969). 516 W. Univ. Ave. d 37-9431. Call for appointmn. Thin ad og a WORTH $2 CMtA. For new donors only. At Sound price Part or full im e person needed at Uoyd and Ideas. CbrkesaocketPop. 130NW 1 S. Pleats rot. z~ apply in person-no cof. We 9W need on experienced rocket part time hourN 9-.7" Art, Art A Gropltn, for part Wine jab Ivolving a" leffering. 12-15 ws per weak. $3.60 to start. Reply with tchedu .p. oX :86 Gainesville, 32601. 94 Earn $29W/rth, we help ybu all t. wa -7 W no sals no invest your house e75Yw, 37-2896. 9-1.134CRU HINPHJOW All occupations. Gror eee Piet Eiig Far klnttauson call 31-7414M OW,. 3lflPttnecaenble. 9444 I)-Z -Cs ed

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I Bali' cUss. Urt PERSONALS W, "W" ro ti seforthetrights ofthe Po.-i-,s -Trorar We are prepared ar-, w p ep rieored It die for the H.rtri0.Pilw.'si.am triliosr)sVte t)UFFEY MakERS UNLIMITED PlAYS OUR K IND OF MUSIC ON IKE BLUEGRASS SHOW, SUNDAY AT NOON, ON WDVH 90A". WiE TOM 9EN. PHIL 9 3-5-9 SKYDIVE UF f -'!q -rIe reeaching a ist jump s FP n t, lu-t r'n 3Rm 349 at 7pm. -t--I coil 372-1957. Sc do-rour next --oil and music ock n -ft for the lowest price 0 .4t -oil types of parties. ./ 3/1 3763. 9-10-9-9 BOAST SHIRTS$ 19.99 it r-trii, women's-get the -Itto, --ss niLtoyd Clarke'sRocket --S8 NM: rh St 372-7836. Where we ,a 9-3-5.9 -A4-LISTENTO MILLERS UNLIMITED c vidsU/rl Otl-AM SUNDAY AT NOON 61:1-v WORKOUTS atfElaoes H-I.i-Srtorr. 2FOR I.SALE. SAVESo0-. i "ii trolrwith d frend fordq 1,3-109 T -Use.-G ooes sets LP. tapes, rock & -1.1We buy LPs. Ab-u n es 1642 W. Univ. Ane. 3% u4; -2 3-77-9 ire class room? Want to t--' W.-irto te successful? Formore mn. liotripbell Asoctes, 26 La,.Siings. NJ 0021. --.-am o10-14.9 V/i,0" -/--I.& sell furniture. Sane'n-u-rt a: ,u/ININASPN=.818W. U -. .37 6730 QUALITY furn. AunI 213 77.9 UnvonritedH sair Remoined Forever. 30 years esf Eo.blrd Dwyer R.E. FaCol ohai les .Rhoda Forna R.E. SRidy hors tviii.r ,i rosrr gone forever. We're atd4Wd Neoherty Rd Sorter1350. Gainesville. Ph. 372 81313213-"9 Free Pstgiancy Tests Abortion r. ttrrcuiht1 4 weeks o l~uivrc counseling(some day) at 5"o natu hol S-ti .errrrtirtio Birth Control Clinic 378-9191 Ati Women's Health Center of Gainesville 1 9M NW 13t hreet -o1(il nines 9ciselt call toll-free I 81522OM9112-13-77-9 FREE** PREGNANCY TESTS free Counseing. Absolute Privacy Bithright a Problem PregnancyCeinter as688s61137749474* fla 9-38-28 9 or orng ipoed cars watrlded. Cash for your import running or not. Call Scott 373 9783 9.340-9 All shoes 1 -40% off Tennis, Running, Rocketball 1>08 5 piushom the world's op brands. This as onexcellent sole. lilayd Clarke's Rocket shop. 1501 NW 13th St. 372-7836. Next to the Junction on NW 13th St. 9-10-9-9 RECORD COULCTOR$ CONVENTION -G'alle (9-18-8218 Jax (9-19-82) Dealer tables info. call Too's Gcooves. 376-1472. 9-7-109 GAY SWITCHBOARD 373-4297 (6,11 pm doily) Gaytolk Tuesday night 7:30 -9:30 1921 NW 2vdAvenue. 12-13-76-9 SCUBA DIVING CLASS; 4 week course. All equipment included, $10000 Call 372-1674, no answer: 377-7M #09-17-20.9 WANTED cirl-I.ov., s trVognitis Study ut Shla oTroi-ry Hospital If You hove 1141n, hng o burning, you may have9 tigo' nteon a of the region. The De1mev? t Otulettics and Gynecology a nesvrsrly of Floido College of e ualtng whether a single ,nSupposiiory containig more medrcne s Cs effective as the standard thecopy with three tnitovoginol suppositocies contoanig less of the Same medicine ldrin/daoy to 3 days). Free Thetapy Plo$1500P petcultut e(3 cultures) ore the moor inducemete's for p'rtic*poloc in this opposed protect If interested col Som 392-5693 for further Information between 9 00 AM cnd 4:00 PM Moodoy through Friday. All inuiryes will be kept confidential 9.17 20s9 KARATE Wodo-Ko,. Univ of Flo ntramurals program Accredited instructors teaching at the beautiful O'Connell Center.No charge for nstruction to UF students orfoculty On campus srce 1975 Call Cory at 375-8144 9-15-15-9 Flyrng Fly w0. or approved flight school. THE UNIVERSITY FLIGHT SCHOOL Now offering dependable. professional flight rinnglowvecittes. best equipotent. Coil to that --tcct ---oe today 363M. 9-8-10-9 'Health care for People not Profit' Fee Pregnon:y Tests Gainesville Womens Health Center 805SW4thove. (Across frootAGH R) 5 blocks froms camptis 377-5055 eAbortions (same day) *Birth Control Clinics *Gynecology eVasectomy Clinics *Counseling Services Serving the Gaonesville Area for ay9ears 9-15-15.9 UF Shotokan Karate Club. Meets M, W,F FatNormonGym. Beginners.6:30-7:30. Advanced: 5-30 -7:00 Colt 376-6319 o 378-52369-9-10-9 comics & SCIENCE FICTION Is Paperchase in the archer rd. sq. Lots of recent back issues. We are the REST in town. 9-9-10-9 SANTA F KARATE intromurals program for sudenss focutty. A program of practical self-defense and physical fitness for men & woten. Program overseen by Mike Sawyer A Mike McCoy. Meets Mon. & Wed. 5:00 pet in the gyrm. tito colt373-068, ask for Rob, or 375-8144.ask for Cory. 9-17-15-9 Male IS, outgoing, attractive, seeks Female )8-24 who ejoys wine, soft music, candlelight, and wearing GATOR-JAWS S bed. 9-.-9 Excelent body, mind therapy, with se best Rofter in town. I'm looking for a modle for my Roting studies. Only per sensin. 376-8962. 9-7-5-9 NE3W IN TOWNl? WANT TO HAVE SOME FUN? CALL 376-5011. 9-7-5-9 Have your unwanted hair removed with electrolysis. Call for your personal consultstion today. Visa and Moster charge accepted. LEIGH ELECTROLYSIS, 375-6896. 102 iE 10 Ave. 9-7-5-9 Cathy, thanksto a great e.ning. wine superb, food exquisite. conversation 'aresting-ul putting an your PATOR-JAWS was e climo of the evening. 9-3-4-9 Femoe 2020-25 strong, well built, athletic who really knows how to work his Need a hand? Coll Handyman at 378-0595. Experience in auto engine and body, carpentry, electric, plumbing, more. Reasonable. Gumr. 9-3-3-9 ARTISTS logo design needs to be created for local business. $$ coil ofter 7:00pm 378-8649. 9-8-5-9 Nike Backpacks $15.88 -plus 20% off oil other pocks-over 150 in stock. Lloyd Clarke's Rocket Shop. 1508 NW 13th St. 372-7836. Next to the Juncton or, NW 13th St. 9-9-5-9 Energy Conservation-lean about il Free technical training & experience in resideniol energy manogeoment. Call Mark of 374-2833. 9-8-4-9 %SUN PARTY is continuing its commitment to responsible student government stoting, Thurs + Fr, JWRU 9-5. 9-3-2-9 SUN SLATING JWRU Thurs + Fri 9:00-5:00 9-3-2-9 male22, who does NOT like har scene, seeks lonely female desperate for love and respect write po boo 12418 g-ville 32604. 9-9-5-9 ROCK SUJPERSOWL I need a ride to the tongerine howl & have a spare ticket for 1/2 price. Call 39-9202 late night. 9-/.9 "Mommy, mommy, why do they hoave different skin that'we do?"'The some reason why I have to teach you how to -(adult racial toilet-training). 9.1-1-9 "They hate third parties in Florida, but they realized a long time ago that-f they made it too tough for president candidates, they would look bad. The requirement is I% for president and 3% far everything ohs 144,00D signatures. The final touch is Mtat even if you wannthe election inn Florida, you. still wouldnt get permanent ballot status; you'd still have to petition. The only way to stay on is to get 5% at the voters to reger,'Uertrl'",ichard Winger. (now, memorize it) 9-1-1-9 ;The yearbook is back. We'll call it the SEMINOLE If yes don't buy it and give da godGol name. S15un819-I0. 9-I-I Rape recovery services are available of the Infirmary to our students and/or sposes. Individual counseling and group support seasons are olered ona regular basis. Setvices ore also available for the "other victires": the husbands, boyfriends of the victim. For more information coil 377-7277. 9-17-10-9 LNNE KESL'S jaz standads album now ovotable. Send $695 to Sterling Music, P.O. Ox 1294$GNVFL32604. 9-7-2-9 BLOOM-COUNTY ~A3 FAMILY SECRETS: a program of incest recovery is available to our students and/or spouses at the Infirmory. Individual and group counseling as offered. ConfidentialPm more information coil 377-7277. 9-17-1049 Confidential services are ovalble for students and/or student's spouses with HERPES. For more information on individual counsAng tor/or group support sessions call the Recovery Program 0 thetInfirmary at 377-7277. 9-17-10-9 GRATEFUL DEAD Live ores. If you have some and want to trade, call 371-8053. Ask for Gary. For trade only. 9-7-2-9 Lose Weight or Earn Money with Slendernow, only diet plan endorsed by Int'l Foundaltion for Preventive Medicine 372-684. 9-10-5-9 [I -Begin Your Career in Health + Fitness, Massage Therapy. Acupressure/Acupuncture, Diet + Nutrition without a Colege Degreet Earnings from S25000-50,000. Training Program at Night Storms Sept. 13 at Pta. School ot Holintic Health Care.CALL TODAYi 37s-459 The yearbook is back. For each 75(not 25 as stated Wed) books your group sells it gets 1/2 page free. For more info call 392-1665 or g* to 30jwr*. Mare. 9-3-1-9 You've seen them, heard ahou now you can wear them. JAWS when the bond cranks up-don't crowd notwarin. ) 4,, BU GAMR: The No. I GWrsports togasmno. The best features, photograph and recruitisg info. Availablef at comnpus bookstore and Goering's or call 373-O09 to subscrihe today. 9-10-5-9 LOST' ANDI FOUND $100 REWARD far return of bright orangehck-pock conlining wallet and valuable musical instrument. No questions asked, coil 372-9585. 9-7-5-11 Clock/calculator found outside o'connell center. owner con contact Capt. Anderson ot392-1395. 94-3-11 1. 1 .-3 X0" GATOR-JAWS. 9-3-4-9 10 Mike D., remember the blonde fox ym f %p@W in M ort scoped on the wall-meet me at Rickey tonight-I0psm-esy trecognizecauseeiW be wearing GATOR JAWS I.YI .LOW LI*"Z I5I r a aFRtyreMt a HOT TUB-2 sires OW available. reservatlora recommended THE OFF oR O*WJ.0 SPA SHOM E, 379-CR, 9-24-249 I N= TWO "WU FOR MAMI GAME ON 3ATUWAY--A" JUEA 31"M @AM Ep 5:NEM TRYNG. 93-.0 ",wyA iw#,'AG Pw There's only a few things that beat a FREE Alligator. a new care.a vnew girlfriend or b10 ren with a -lot of money. a cool million In the bank. .a good jazz pianist if you don't have any of these, pick up an Alligator. It's FREE! "ENEigator i alligator, friday, September 3, 1982, 15 4 I -I

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16, alligator, friday, september 3, 1982 Several questions still remain for football team By Jorge Millen Alligator Staff Writer Looking into this season of high expectations, it's vitally important that some major questions are answered in Charley Pell's favor before his ball club can match those expectations. Question number 1: Can the young, inexperienced defensive line jell quickly enough to stop thq attention they will receive from opposing offenses? Between them, Alton Jones, John Whittaker and Tim Newton have tour career starts. Whittaker hasn't played in a football game since he injured his knee in last year's Miami game. Newton will be playing his first ever game as a noseguard. The only lineman with experience, tackle Roy Harris, is sidelined with a back injury. Backups? Among the reserves, only Ricky Wililiams has ever started a game. You can bet the line constantly will be tested by Miami Saturday, and by UF's other opponents this season it the Hurricanes find success running the ball. Question number 2: Gators continue from page one Is the offensive line really that much better than last season's? In 1981, UF had as many as two freshmen and two sophomores starting in the front five at one time. The Gators averaged just three yards a rush and as evidenced in the Peach Bowl disaster against West Virginia allowed UF quarterbacks little time to throw. So far through spring and fall practice. the offensive -line has been the talk of onlookers. Even ,the hard-to-please Pell has been satisfied with the line's performance. With so many ex-starters to choose from (nine current UF linemen started at least one game last season), plus the development of tackle Lomas Brown and guard John Hunt, Pell may be able to to put together a pretty good unit. Question number 3: Will Lorenzo Hampton, Sir John L. Williams and Neal Anderson make tailback the merry-go-round that it was last year or will one of the three stab i lize the position? The longest run by a tailback from scrimmage last season was only 16 yards by the now departed Steve Miller. A weak offensive line was partially responsible for the runners' miserable performances. This year that should not be an excuse. Obviously it's also a big game for Miami. 'Cane head coach Howard Schnellenberger feels his squad has "a very good chance of winning the national championship. A win against Florida would send us in that direction." Last year, UM had a shot at the national title but was placed on probation by the NCAA in mid-season, ending any hopes it had of playing eventual national champion Clemson in the Orange Bowl. The situation didn't sadden too many UF backers. Schnellenberger may be the most hated man in Gainesville. Two years ago, the UM coach had Miller kick a meaningless, run-up-the-score, last-second field goal against UF "to discipline the unruly Gator fans." Charley Pell has not forgotten the incident. When asked this week if coaching against Schnellenberger meant anything special, Pell responded, "He's just another coach. It doesn't mean a thing to me whether I coach against him or not." On the field it will be the new-look Hurricanes against a mix of experienced and inexperienced Gators. UM lost 13 starters from last season's 9-2 squad. Seven offensive starters are gone on offense, while six have departed from the defense. For UF, only two starters graduated, but injury, suspensions and position turnovers have added eight new starters. On offense the key man for UM is quarterback Jim Kelly. Rated as one of the top three signal callers in the nation, Kelly has helped turn Miami's program from the depths of college football into the higher echelon. Since becoming a starter midway through his freshman season, the East Brady, Pa., native has rewritten the Hurricane's record book for passing. Last season, Kelly completed 168 of 285 passes for 2,403 yards and 14 touchdowns (both UM records.) UM also has a pair of new running backs. Fullback Robert "Speedy" Neal and halfback Mark Rush take over for the easily forgotten Chris Hobbs and Smokey Roan. In Neal and Rush, the Hurricanes have two quick, big backs who are very adept at catching the ball. Neal was thought to be one of the top high school runners when he came out of Key West High School in 1979, but a weight problem has kept him on the bench for much of his two-year career. Even during the lean years, Miami was always able to put a quality defense on the field. Since 1963, 16 Miami players have become All-Americas with 14 of those coming from the defensive unit. Right now, Hampton has the starting job. Pell returned Hampton from the depths of the fourth team to first team status after his recent brush with the law. Anderson and Williams performed poorly in the last week' of practice, and the tough early schedule hurried Hampton's promotion to the first team. Tailback will remain in limbo until one of the backs shows consistency. Right now, Pell is placing his bet on Hampton. By midseason it should be obvious whether Pell hit the jackpot or lost his shirt. Question number 4: Can the Gators survive the early part of the schedule? Combined, UF's first three opponents were .25-9 last season. Potentially, the three are Top 10 teams this year. After the first three games, the Gators' next eight opponents were .500 in 1981. Only Georgia can claim powerhouse status among the eight. There are numerous other questions. Will Jim Gainey be able to handle the pressure inherent in placekicking duties? Can Chris Faulkner or Mike Mularkey stay healthy long enough to prove how good they really are? Was Tyrone Young's late 1980 performance a fluke or is he really an Gators-Cones Fact Sheet KICKOFFSaturday, 1:30 p.m. SITEFlorida Field EXPECTED CROWD-70,000 (sellout) TRANSPORTATIONBuses running from UF physical plant and the Oaks Mall before and after the game. Fare from the physical plant is $ 1; from the Oaks $3. TLEVISION. Only in Miami, WPLG Channel 10. RADIOWRUF-AM, in Gainesville; more than 50 stations across Florida and southern Georgia. 1981 RECORDSUF (7-5) Peach Bowl; Miami (9-2) 8th ranked. LAST MEETING1981, Miami won 21-20. SERIESUF leads 22-21. FAVORITEUF by 2, Las Vegas line. KEY INJURIESUF: DT Roy Harris (back), S Sonny Gilliam (pinched nerve), CB Vito McKeever (knee) will not play. TE Chris Faulkner (foot), TE Mike Mularkey (ribs) probable. UM: C Stu Schnellenberger (knee) will not play. DE Isiah West (bruised arch) doubtful. KEY MATCHUPS. UM QB Jim Kelly and UF secondary; UF guard John Hunt and UM DT Tony Chickillo; UM WR Rock)' Belk and UF CB Ivory Curry; UM offensive line and UF defensive line. UM's defense this year is a question mark. Although all of the new starters have experience, they will be hard pressed to offset the loss of the six who graduated. Five of the six were drafted into the pros. As is always the case, (Eddie Edwards, Don Latimer, Rubin Carter, Don Smith, Lester Willims), Miami has an AllAmerica candidate on the defensive line in tackle Tony Chickillo. The 6-foot-3, 250-pounder has come back from having his upper body crushed in a construction accident in his freshman year to become one of the outstanding linemen in the country. The only other full-time returning starters for Miami's defense are cornerbacks Ronnie Lippett and Rodney Bellinger. Placekicker Miller has gone pro leaving the kicking chores to Jeff "The Flea" Davis, whose foot lAcks Miller's strength. The punting will be handled by three-year letterman Greg LaBelle. The Hurricanes work out of a pro style offense. Miami coaches have stated they expect to run more this season, especially against UF's young defensive line. "We know they're going to try and hit our weak spots (defensive line)," Pell said. "The men up front are just going to have to suck it up or we'll be in trouble." outstanding wide receiver? Can this year's freshmen class, said to be the best in UF history, help out this season, or will UF fans have to wait to see them produce? Is Sir John L. Williams really the next Herschel Walker? Only time will tell. GATOR BITS: Pell announced Wednesday that defensive backs Sonny Gilliam and Vito McKeever will not play Saturday. Gilliam has a problem with a pinched nerve, while McKeever is still experiencing trouble with his right knee after surgery last winter. The Gators have not lost a home opener at Florida Field since 1971, when Alabama defeated the Gators 38-0. Since then, the Gators are 8-0-2 in home openers. The Gators were 6-0 at home last season, but are 9-11 in Gainesville against the Hurricanes. Fullback James Jones enters the Miami game as the I Ith leading rusher in Florida history. With 1,247 career rushing yards, Jones needs 37 markers to pass Jackie Simpson as UF's ninth leading ground gainer. 1981 placekicker Brian Clark has been placed on the injured reserve list of the New England Patriots. He is expected to be out until October. Barricades, tight security planned for Gator game By Al QuInine Alligator Staff Writer In order to ease traffic congestion at Saturday's home opener between the Gators and the University of Miami, UF police will be placing barricades at several locations around campus. Security at the game also will be increased. Lt. Gene Watson, head of UF police investigations, said officers will check for alcoholic beverages at all stadium entrances and will concentrate on patrolling the east stands. Watson said the east stands would be thoroughly patrolled to prevent the type of situation that occurredwhen Miami and UF met at Florida Field in 1980. UF students seated in the east stands threw debris at Miami players and coaches. "We're not going to allow that to happen this year," Watson said. Watson also said that officers would begin putting up the traffic-control barricades at 11:30 a.m. They will be removed after half time. The commuter, Flavet and Physical Plant parking lots will be available for use. There are also spaces available on the top two decks of the Health Center lot and a large parking area will be available across from the Reitz Union. "I appeal to the students to abide by the parking regulations, because we will be enforcing them," Watson said. 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