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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 73

Provost search extended; top candidate withdraws

By DAN EVANS
Alligator Staff Writer
The search to fill UFs vacant second-in second-incommand
command second-incommand position made a U-turn Thursday
as the search was extended and the most
popular candidate dropped out.
The provost search committee was ex expected
pected expected to narrow the candidate list during
its meeting in the presidents Tigert Hall
board room and send that list to Interim UF
President Robert Bryan for the final pick.
But committee Chairwoman and Graduate

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Hector Rosa, left, with Eagle Clout, and Rick Bradley of Campus Ministry U.S.A. debate the
depiction of Columbus exploration of the Americas outside the Florida Museum of Natural History
Thursday morning. See related story on page 3.

Witness sought Sloan's dismissal

Alligator Staff Report
Former UF basketball player Kenny McClary lied
to the U.S. Attorney last year about getting money
from ex-coach Norm Sloan because he wanted to get
Sloan fired, The Palm Beachtyst reported Thursday.
During federal grand jury testimony last October,
McClary said he lied when Drug Enforcement Admin Administration
istration Administration agent Carl Lilley questioned him. McClary
said he lied because he had a very high grudge against
Norm Sloan, The Post said.
Lilley and Acting U.S. Attorney Lyndia Barrett
could not be reached for comment Thursday.

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alligator

School Dean Madelyn Lockhart suggested
re-opening the search because UF has a new
president
With that post filled, she said more people
may be interested in applying because they
would know who they would be working
with. The provost works directly with the
president and oversees all campus academic
matters, including budgeting, curriculum
and personnel. Re-opening the search also
would allow President-elect John Lombardi
to gamer new candidates, she said.
UF Health Affairs Vice President and

In his sworn statement to the U.S. Attorney, McC McClary
lary McClary alleged that Sloan and assistant coaches Monte
Towe and Kenny McCraney gave him money. He also
said Towe arranged for him to live in an off-campus
apartment and paid him and former player Vernon
Maxwell to do nothing at a construction job, The Post
said.
But while testifying before the grand jury, McClary
said all those statements were lies. McClary also said
he made up the lies after talking with Patrick Aaron,
another former basketball player who McClary said
told him to make things up so Sloan would get fired,
The Post reported.

search committee member David Challoner
said the presidential search has hurt the
committees hunt for a new provost.
We did have a significant problem of
soliciting candidates because of the vacancy
of our presidential post, he said.
Before the committee voted on the mo motion,
tion, motion, Lockhart announced that favorite can candidate
didate candidate John Yost, vice chancellor for
research and graduate dean at the University
of Nebraska at Lincoln, had withdrawn his
name from the list. During an October
search committee meeting, Yost was the

Today Party started
to correct SG's path

By M.D. CIIMELLA
Alligator Writer
Three students who are disen disenchanted
chanted disenchanted with Student
Governments current operation
formed a new party this week in
hopes of bringing SG new direc direction.
tion. direction.
Speech communications senior
Ty Adams, finance junior John
Hall and sophomore Scott
Newsom said they formed the
Today Party because SG has been
run improperly in the past.
Adams said he decided to orga organize
nize organize the party before the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas break so potential candidates
would begin thinking about their
plans for Februarys elections.
If we get a party organized
early, we can draw enough inter interested
ested interested students, Adams said.
Adams said he has spoken to
former Senator Juan Vitali about
running for student body president
with the party, but has yet to make
any final decisions.
Vitali confirmed he has spoken
with Adams but said his plans
arent definite.
Today seems like a pretty good
group to work with, Vitali said.
We have some common interests,
but just need to discuss some more
of the details before I decide to
run with them.
Although Adam:.- said he
formed the party because of SGs
mistakes, he gave only one exam example
ple example a case that included former
Senate President and Pro-tempore
Michael Browne, the only official
student-body presidential candi candidate.
date. candidate.
After the 1988 presidential
election, Student Senate refused to
approve election results and kept
Student Body President-elect
Scooter Willis out of office for

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8,1989

only candidate to receive unanimous sup support
port support from the 15 committee members.
The committee narrowed the list to 21
candidates during that meeting, but six of
those finalists, including Yost, dropped out
before Thursdays meeting. After voting to
extend the search, committee members cut
the list to 10 names.
On that list are two UF candidates
history professor Charles Sidman and In Interim
terim Interim Provost Gene Hemp. Hemp accepted
see Provost, page 2

more than one month.
I dont like the way the student
body president was kept out of
office a few years ago, Adams
said. I think Mike Browne was
responsible for keeping Scooter
Willis out of office, and I want to
ask him about that.
He basically went on the prem premise
ise premise that Scooter was guilty before
being proven innocent, Adams
said.
Browne denied Wednesday that
he blocked Willis from taking of office,
fice, office, and said Senate obeyed all
its rules when it sent the election
results to the Board of Masters
SGs version of the Supreme
Court for validation.
Any statement like that shows
an obvious misunderstanding of
the procedures and facts in involved,
volved, involved, Browne said. Anyone
who followed the stories could see
the Senate kicked the decision to
Honor Court because it was too
political.
Adams filed notice of the
partys formation Tuesday after afternoon
noon afternoon with Reitz Union Staff As Assistant
sistant Assistant Pam Lovely. Adams is
listed as the partys president,
Hall is the groups treasurer and
Newsom is publicity director.
Hall said all students are wel welcome
come welcome to join the party, as long as
they are independent thinkers and
dont owe anyone anything.
I dont like people going into
office who have a long string of
political favors to keep, Hall
said.
Adams said he probably wont
run for office, but that the party
intends to run an entire slate of
candidates for Senate and SGs
top executive positions. He said
he believes support will come
see Party, page 8



!, ALLIGATOR. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8.1989

2

Provost
from page 1
the interim position when former
President Marshall Criser resigned
in March and then-Provost Robert
Bryan took over as interim presi president.
dent. president.
Hemp received 14 of the 15 pos possible
sible possible votes during the committees
October meeting, but received sup support
port support from only eight of the 14
members present Thursday. Sid Sidman
man Sidman also received eight votes.
The other finalists are Michael
Baer, arts and sciences dean at the
University of Kentucky; Barbara
Callaway, academic-affairs associ associate
ate associate provost at Rutgers University;
Shirley Clark, interim academic academicaffairs
affairs academicaffairs vice president and provost

Lance that Ive been meaning to
volunteer boil: The Hoggetown
Medieval Faire Council is looking for
volunteers during the February 17 and
18 Faire. The deadline for applications
is Dec. 15.. Call 374-2197.
Artsy-craftsy: The J. Wayne Reitz
Union Arts & Crafts Center will host its
19th Annual Holiday Crafts Sale today
from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the Rion
Ballroom and gallery, on the Unions
second floor. Call 392-2378.
Saintfood: The Latter-Day Saints
Institute of Religion will host a lunch luncheon/devotional
eon/devotional luncheon/devotional today at 12:30 at the
LDS Institute of Religion, 1220 SW sth
Ave. Call 372-7060.
Drink n think: The Psi
Chi/Psychology Club will host a happy
hour today at 5 at Farahs On The
Avenue, 1120 W University Ave. Call
WEATHER
Chills and thrills: Partly cloudy with
highs in the 60s, lows in the 50s and a
slight chance of rain.

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at the University of Minnesota;
Barbara Hansen, graduate-studies graduate-studiesand-research
and-research graduate-studiesand-research vice president at the
University of Maryland; Roy
Koenigsknecht, graduate-school
dean at Ohio State University; An Anthony
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liberal-arts dean at Oregon State
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Lockhart said she met with
Lombardi to discuss the provost
search, but the new president said
he didnt want to get involved until
the list was smaller. Lombardi
could not be reached for comment
Thursday.
Committee member and history
professor David Colburn said

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Colonnade, then leave to take a
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Thrills and gills: The Recreational
Sports Departments Fishing Contest
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day Saturday at Lake Wauburg. Prizes will be
awarded for ugliest, longest and most
fish caught. Call 466-4112.
E pluribus macrame: Pax Christi
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annual Latin American Arts & Crafts
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at St.
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Thursday it was bizarre to start
the provost search before the pres president
ident president was in place and that he fears
rushing the search now would
make UF look bad.
It seems to me this has been a
bizarre search, he said. Id hate
to convey again that the University
of Florida conducts bizarre
searches. Id rather give ourselves
some time and give people the
impression that we have a handle
on what were doing.
After some debate, the commit committee
tee committee agreed to extend the deadline
for nominations until Feb. 15 and
the application deadline until Feb.
28. The committee also plans to
have Lombardi review the provost
advertisement and make sure the
job description fits the new
presidents expectations.

tional Student & Scholar Services will
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evitability Inevitability of World Peace, Sunday at
8 in Fine Arts Building B Room 103.
Call 375-3486 or 392-1345.
Rescheduled: The Black Student
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travaganza Extravaganza for Sunday night at 8 in the
University Auditorium. Call 336-8365
Mark it on your calendar: Accent,
Student Governments speakers
bureau, will accept applications for
spring members until Dec. 20. Jobs are
available in advertising, administration
and guest relations. Applications can
be picked up in Accents third floor
office in the Reitz Union. Call 392-
1613.
Correction
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from Harold Pinter, will be pre presented
sented presented live Saturday night in the
Reitz Union First Floor Lounge.
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Groups mourn women
killed in mass shooting

By MIKE BRUSCELL
Alligator Writer
UF student groups today are mourning the
death of 14 University of Montreal women
who were killed in Canadas bloodiest mass
shooting.
Campus National Organization for
Women and Students for the Ethical Treat Treatment
ment Treatment of Animals have declared today a cam campus-wide
pus-wide campus-wide day of mourning, not only for the
women killed in Montreal, but for all women.
The groups are asking people to wear
black armbands they will pass out at several
places during the day, including the Plaza of
the Americas, the engineering college and
the Columbus exhibit protest at the Florida
Museum of Natural History.
Students should be mourning because it
could just as easily happen here, Campus
NOW President Joyce Leggette said. The
public is not seeing the warning signs. This
man attacked them because they are
women.
The gunman fired into the engineering

Protesters call exhibit racist

By WEST DAVIES
Alligator Writer
More than 40 people peacefully demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated outside the Florida Museum of Nat Natural
ural Natural History Thursday to protest what they
say is a racist exhibit.
The protest was aimed at the First Encoun Encounters
ters Encounters exhibit, which depicts the story of Span Spanish
ish Spanish exploration of the Caribbean and the
southeastern United States from 1492 to
IS7O. In January, the exhibit is scheduled to
go on a national tour through 1993 as part
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schools ceilings before ordering all the men
to leave. Calling the women just a bunch
of fing feminists, he lined them against
a wall and began firing, leaving seven
women dead. He continued firing in hall hallways
ways hallways and the cafeteria, killing seven other
women before shooting himself. Police said
a handwritten letter found in the gunmans
pocket said he went on his rampage because
feminists have always spoiled his life.
Claire Walsh, director of UFs Sexual
Assault Recovery Services, said many as assault
sault assault victims visiting the Infirmary have
been upset by the attack.
The best word to describe it is horrified,
Walsh said. People were gunned down be because
cause because of their gender.
The attack symbolizes the threat of vio violence
lence violence against women, SETA President Sarah
Gergel said.
Violence against women has peaked,
she said. People need to realize that vio violence
lence violence against women has got to stop.
United Press International contributed to
this report

Columbus voyage to the Western Hemi Hemisphere.
sphere. Hemisphere.
The demonstrators, mostly native Ameri American
can American Indians and UF students, carried signs
that said, Columbus killed a continent of
culture, Stop colonialism dont glorify
it and Dig up Columbus put him on
exhibit.
Eugene LaMothe, a political-science and
history major protesting the exhibit, said the
demonstrations will continue until the ex exhibit
hibit exhibit is closed, even if that means staying
see Protest, page 8

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CAMPUS
WOMAN INJURED IN FALL
A Gainesville woman fell almost 40 feet from the
top of a Shands Hospital parking garage where she
was sliding along the railing Thursday morning, UF
police spokeswoman Angie Tipton said, Louise
Marie Dockendorf, 39, 329 NW 14th Drive, was
found on the ground near the southeast stairwell by
UF police officer Keith Tracy. Dockendorf was taken
to Shands where she was treated for multiple frac fractures,
tures, fractures, cuts and bruises. She is listed in serious con condition.
dition. condition.
TWO STUDENTS ARRESTED
Two more UF students were arrested Thursday
morning in connection with three campus burglaries
in November, UF police Spokeswoman Angie Tipton
said. Evelyn R. Brownell, 18, and Soo Kil Son, 20,
both of 901 West Beaty Towers, were arrested by
Alachua County deputies and charged with one count
accessory after the fact. They face a possible fine up
to $5,000 and a jail term up to five years. Police say
the two students planned to get rid of stereo equip equipment
ment equipment taken in the burglaries of three cars in UFs
commuter lot. John G. Van Brakel, 19, and William
Powers 111, 19, both of 902 West Beaty Towers
previously were arrested and charged with burglary,
grand theft and petty theft.
LIBRARY OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Marston Science Library, located next to the
Computer Sciences and Engineering building, will be
open 24 hours from Saturday until Tuesday, Dec. 19.
The Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol, UFs student
escort service, will extend its hours from 8 p.m. to 6
a.m. during that time, UF police spokeswoman Angie
Tipton said Thursday. At least one escort will be
stationed at the library between 8 p.m. and 1:30 a.m.
After 1:30 a.m., SNAP will have two escorts at the
library, and the SNAP van will be available to take
students anywhere on campus.
MUSEUM RECEIVES GRANT
The Florida Museum of Natural History was
awarded a $530,000 grant to help build a new educa education
tion education and exhibition center on the UF campus, officials
said Thursday. The National Endowment for the
Humanities Challenge award will fund construction
costs of the center, which will be located at the
Cultural Arts complex, said museum director Peter
Bennett. Also under construction at the complex are
the Harn Museum of Art and the Santa Fe Community
College Performing Arts Center, he said. To receive
the full-challenge grant, the museum must raise more
than $2 million, or four times the award, in non nonfederal
federal nonfederal contributions.
STATE
LOZANO CONVICTED
MIAMI A Hispanic police officer was convicted
Thursday of manslaughter in the deaths of two black
men killed by a gunshot that set off three days of race
riots in January. Police remained on alert throughout
the city to quell any violence resulting from the
verdict in the racially sensitive trial of William
Lozano, who claimed he fired the shot in self-defense
for fear the motorcycle the black men was riding was
going to run him over. The first count carries a
maximum penalty of 30 years in prison, the second
15 years. Lozano was charged only with
manslaughter not with murder and the jury did
not have the option of convicting him on a lesser
charge. Circuit Judge Joseph Farina set sentencing
for Jan. 24 and allowed Lozano to remain free on
SIO,OOO bond. He was released into the custody of
his wife and his brother, both of whom are police
officers.
ROCKETS MAIDEN FLIGHT
CAPE CANAVERAL The maiden flight of a
commercially developed Titan 3 rocket carrying two

communications satellites was postponed 24 hours
Thursday to Friday night, weather permitting, be because
cause because of a computer software problem. Martin
Mariettas Titan 3, the most powerful commercially
developed launch vehicle marketed by an American
company, was rescheduled for blastoff at 7:15 p.m.
EST Friday from launch complex 40 at the Cape
Canaveral Air Force Station adjacent to the Kennedy
Space Center. The goal of the long-awaited flight is
the deployment of Skynet 4A, a British military
communications satellite, and JCSat 2, a commercial
relay station owned by the Japan Communications
Satellite Co. and Hughes Communications Inc.
NATION
NEW TREATMENT DEVELOPED
ATLANTA Researchers have developed a
promising new treatment for an infection that attacks
hospital patients and kills more people each year than
AIDS, health officials said Thursday. The disease,
called gram-negative sepsis, killed about 75,000
people nationwide last year, more than the total
number of U.S. deaths blamed on acquired immune
deficiency syndrome. The affliction progresses rapid rapidly
ly rapidly in hospital patients whose immune systems are
often weakened through pneumonia, other serious
illnesses and surgery. It can lead to septic shock and
death within 24 to 72 hours. Monoclonal antibodies,
proteins developed through biotechnology that
defend the body against foreign substances, are work working
ing working better than antibiotic treatments in fighting gram gramnegative
negative gramnegative sepsis, according to a report released at the
24th Annual American Society of Hospital Phar Pharmacists.
macists. Pharmacists. Despite treatment with antibiotics, up to 40
percent of patients with gram-negative sepsis die
each year.
OWNER CHARGED WITH MURDER
SAN JOSE, Calif. Prosecutors Thursday led off
their unusual murder case against a pit bull owner
whose fight-trained dog killed a 2-year-old boy by
presenting a witness who struggled to describe the
vicious attack. Fernando Ruiz, a volunteer firefighter,
turned his head and was unable to answer immedi immediately
ately immediately when Deputy District Attorney Dale Sanderson
asked him what he saw when he ran to the neighbor
boys aid. Ruiz was the states first witness at the
Superior Court trial of Berry, the first dog owner in
the nation to be charged with murder because of his
pet Prosecutors contend Berry is guilty of second seconddegree
degree seconddegree murder with malice because he had trained
his dog to fight and failed to take proper precautions
even though he knew the animal was dangerous.
Berry was initially charged with involuntary
manslaughter, but the charge was upgraded to
second-degree murder in November 1987.
WORLD
PROTESTERS CLASH WITH POLICE
EAST BERLIN Pro-reform demonstrators bat battled
tled battled police for control of secret police and army
buildings in four East Germany cities Thursday lead leading
ing leading the countrys State Security chief to warn further
violence might force the government to abandon its
pro-democracy path. An East German government
spokesman said several demonstrators were injured
in the clashes but he gave few other details. The report
of the violent clashes came as the provisional leader leadership
ship leadership of the besieged Communist Party presented
proposals for sweeping reform, including the holding
of free elections and a multi-party system, but
rejected the reunification of the two German states.
The proposals are to be dicussed at a special Com Communist
munist Communist Party congress beginning Friday. Government
spokesman Wolfgang Meyer said the growing unrest
was caused by revelations of abuses of power and
corruption by former officials.
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privileged underprivileged children.
This Steak and Ale is tradition traditionally
ally traditionally closed on Christmas because
the town seems to shut down during
die break, General Manager Keith
Lutz said. So I wondered, why
have the restaurant closed when it
could be used to do something
good?
The children, ages 3 to 15, come

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Alligator Writer
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the Foster Parents Association will
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for area foster children, at the Sun Sunland
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them with food and games. UF en engineering
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they have one thing in common
they may not receive an adequate
Christmas dinner.
We plan to serve a full Christ Christmas
mas Christmas dinner turkey, dressing,
cranberry sauce mid the works,
Lutz said. We want to make sure
this is their best meal of the year.
Other Steak and Ale restaurants
in the region also will participate
in the dinner. Each has adopted
a child and will send a gift to the
child. Lutz said he wanted to do
something mote than just provide
dinner, so he decided to involve the

the kids.
BEC asked Theron Colbert, a
member of the Society of Black
Student Engineers, to be Santa
Claus at the party. He will give each
child a gift
in the past Gainesville police
were in charge of gathering the
children for the party.
BEC President John Nelson said
Holiday Cheer used to be held in
Porters Quarters, a housing proi proiect
ect proiect and police officers wottld
knock on doors to gather the foster
children. But it didnt always work.
A lot of residents there werent

other restaurants in the gift giving.
Lutz said his holiday cheer seems
to be rubbing off as the other em employees
ployees employees are getting excited about
the event He hopes to do the same
next year, but is not sure if he will
have the chance. General managers
are shuffled around between differ different
ent different towns, and he may be elsewhere
this time next year, he said.
I would sincerely like to see it
continue, he said. I would like to
see a corporation as large as this do
something good for a community
as small and as close knit as Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville.

apt to having the police there,
Nelson said.
Area foster families now submit
names of children to the FPA so it
can locate them easily. BEC trea treasurer
surer treasurer John Glasgow said submitting
names is a good idea.
We like to make diem feel spe special,
cial, special, he said, In the past, some sometimes
times sometimes kids were left out
Most of the donations come from
engineering students and faculty,
Nelson said. After buying gifts, the
rest of the money will go to FPA.
So far, we have $9lO and $125
more is coming he said.
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Group promotes
concern for planet

By CHRISTY HARRIS
Alligator Writer
UFs Environmental Action
Group is working toward in increased
creased increased environmental aware awareness
ness awareness on campus by inviting
politicians to speak, lending
support to a recycling bill and
gearing up for Aprils Earth
Day.
Florida gubernatorial candi candidate
date candidate George Stuart and state
Sen. George Kirkpatrick have
been asked to lecture Feb. 20.
Benjamin Pargman, Environ Environmental
mental Environmental Action Group presi president-elect,
dent-elect, president-elect, said Kirkpatrick
tentatively has accepted and
that he still was trying to con confirm
firm confirm Stuart.
Pargman said he would like
Stuart and Kirkpatrick to dis discuss
cuss discuss environmental issues as
seen through the eyes of poli politicians,
ticians, politicians, and how theyre dealt
with in the political realm.
EAG also is supporting a re recycling
cycling recycling bill, which is in
Senates judiciary committee.
The bill requires Student Gov Government-funded
ernment-funded Government-funded groups to buy
recycled paper.
Charlie Grapski, the senator
sponsoring the bill, said it

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would encourage the groups to
buy only recycled paper, but
would require that at least half
be recycled. He said recycled
paper is slightly more expen expensive
sive expensive than other paper because
there isnt a strong market for
it, but that it would be available
at a discounted price if all the
groups used it.
The bill also calls for dormi dormitory
tory dormitory residents to recycle. The
Physical Plant would provide
boxes for paper similar to the
ones used by the administra administration.
tion. administration. The program gradually
would be expanded to include
aluminum and glass, Grapski
said.
This is a time right now
when people are becoming
more active, Grapski said.
Theyre realizing they need to
take a part. The world is chang changing
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Pargman said the recycling
bill is essential.
SG and the Physical Plant
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6

Christmas wouldnt be Christmas without the fiery
preaching of Brother Jed Smock. Hes a fundamentalist
preacher who comes to our little den of iniquity every so
often to try and save a few souls. As Brother Jed tosses a
few righteous barbs at the sinners of UF, we are inspired
to toss around a few comments of our own. And so we
have the decades last edition of .
Darts & Laurels
A LAUREL to the students who protested and signed
petitions to tell administrators they were concerned about
the planned abolishment of the womens clinic at the Infir Infirmary.
mary. Infirmary. They succeeded in getting UF to sit down and lis listen
ten listen to what they have to say. We encourage them to take
this opportunity to examine the issue carefully. Dont just
say, Leave the womens clinic alone no matter what.
Perhaps it could be possible to make some changes that
would help the beleaguered Infirmary without sacrificing
the privacy and sensitive care crucial to the special needs
of women. Their valued input is the only way to achieve
this.
A DART to Student Body Treasurer Alan Levine for
leaving UF without fulfilling his duties. Levine accepted
an internship with the Florida Hospital Association, a
state-wide trade organization that represents about 225
public and private hospitals. He needed this internship to
graduate and we recognize how valuable it is.
But so is our student money. Promising to oversee a
$4.3 million budget is no small matter. Levine should
have respected this commitment before going out and
soliciting an internship that conflicted with those duties.
Its a good opportunity, but perhaps his new bosses
should keep an eye on Levine while hes there just in
case something better comes along.
A LAUREL to the Black Student Union for pulling
together and paying off the first installment of its debt
more than a month earlier than required. Student senators
barely had approved the final deadlines before BSU
plopped down a $2,266 installment.
But a DART to Senate for rushing through so much
business in a mad dash to clear its dockets before the
break. Looming ahead next semester is a crushing amount
of budget business and other matters. Still, thats no
reason to zip through complicated, important matters.
The most obvious example is the new student health in insurance
surance insurance plan. For nine months, a special committee has
negotiated a three-year contract with U.S. Guardian In Insurance.
surance. Insurance. Senators pushed through their approval in one
night without taking the time to study the proposal
thoroughly.
It seems like a sound insurance plan, but surely Senate
would have been wiser to slow down and use the break to
examine it carefully. Even minor changes in the policy
can improve greatly the quality of care students receive.
Finally, another LAUREL to UF for deciding to install
condom machines in campus restrooms. This policy
change brings the school in line with the Surgeon
General, every major medical group in the United States
and the World Health Organization. It tells those students
who choose to be sexually active that they need to take
certain precautions.
alligator
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Students should
have to go to class
Editor: I was disappointed to note
recently that the student senate had
made a resolution defending the
right of students to use published
lecture notes. By passing this
resolution the senate, in effect, says
that it is okay to skip classes and
not use ones own brain to interpret
and record what a professor is
saying.
The senate thus participates in
the deterioration of academic stand standards
ards standards at UF. I hope they will consider
the implications of such resolutions
more carefully in the future.
Seth Bigelow
7LS
Alligator wrong
in running quote
Editor: This regards the story
Scales withdraws request to
review debts legality in the Dec.
4 Alligator.
If Ms. Oliver denies saying, I
am going to kill one of these white
people in there, and Ms. Eubanks
denied hearing the comment, then
just where did you hear it? And why
would you print it if it is not a fact
that Ms. Oliver said it?
This statement is not something
one would want published in a
newspaper if one did not really say
it. You should have left it alone
and not printed it. I personally think
one of your two reporters, Margaret
Berry and Mike Bruscell, made it
up and should be held liable.
I also think that you are degrad degrading
ing degrading Ms. Olivers intelligence and
morality by printing this. I do not
know Ms. Oliver personally, but I
am sure she has enough intelligence
to know not to say something like
what you alleged she said in public.
May I also say that your
newspaper is nothing more that a
10 to 15 page gossip column. There
is never anything worth reading

printed in its pages. No wonder I
see The Alligator strewn all over
campus grounds.
Terrolyn Thomas
lUF
Accused teacher
may not be guilty
Editor: As students in Donal
Martins class, we would like to
comment on the slanderous accusa accusations
tions accusations made by Miss Anonymous in
the Nov. 29 Alligator.
Donal Martin is one of the most
kind, helpful and understanding
teachers weve met here at UF. It
is not odd for Donal to call students
and offer them extra help whenever
he has the time.
On several occasions, including
weekends, my boyfriend Doug, and
I, who are in the same class, have
met with Donal for help. I have
never felt uncomfortable around
him, and I hardly think he would
call and meet with both my
boyfriend and me were his inten intentions
tions intentions anything but honorable.
We cant help but wonder exact exactly
ly exactly what Miss Anonymouss inten intentions
tions intentions were. She admits that she does
not want to get Donal fired. Then
what is it she hopes to accomplish?
She says she is scared of her grade
being affected. But it is a math class
the tests are graded by scan tron.
How could he affect her grade?
She transforms a caring
teachers concern into harassment
Harassment is when one person is
tormented or irritated by another.
We dont see that in her complaints.
It is not as though she asked him
to stop calling and he didnt
So now what has she ac accomplished?
complished? accomplished? Well, she is going to
get to take the class again. Dont
you think there is a possibility that
her intentions are the ernes that
should be in question here?
Kelly Johnson
Gainesville
Douglas Schirmer
Gainesville

Cars should be
banned from UF
Editor: The article Crash, bang,
boom in the Dec. 4 Alligator con concerning
cerning concerning the hazards of cycling on
campus was informative, but there
are at least two other related issues
that should be addressed.
First, advising students to ride
only in bike lanes is ridiculous
when nearly every type of vehicle,
private cars, trucks, buses and
various utility vans, routinely park
in bike lanes with impunity, forcing
cyclists to ride out into the auto
lanes.
Perhaps if UF put as much ener energy
gy energy into keeping bike lanes clear as
they do on Safety Weeks, ticketing
cyclists and building garages, con conditions
ditions conditions on campus would improve.
Second, the obvious solution to
the serious effects of on-campus
traffic is to prohibit or severely
restrict traffic flow, especially un unauthorized
authorized unauthorized automobiles.
Cars routinely drive around the
puny gates which supposedly
protect UFs inner core, and when
the gates are opened later in the
afternoon, pandemonium rules.
Many universities already
prohibit this exhaust-producing and
wholly unnecessary danger repre representing
senting representing one of Americas most
dearly protected addictions.
Weve removed cigarette
machines, prohibited smoking in
dining areas and installed condom
dispensers, but now its time to
eliminate another potential killer
from the vulnerable core of our
university the car.
Paul Chase
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Safe Ride van curbs drunk driving

By WARREN MIDDLETON
Alligator Writer
Drunk driving causes more than
20,000 fatal car accidents every
year, and college-age drivers were
responsible for 7,000 of those ac accidents
cidents accidents in 1986.
One UF student believes that the
way to reduce college-age drunk
driving fatalities is to create a pro program
gram program that would provide a free ride
for drunk drivers.
Mike Barbara, a junior in ac accounting,
counting, accounting, established the UF Safe
Ride program last January.
In the first semester we took
more than 200 people home,
Barbara said. Theres a need for
a larger program in Gainesville
because the bars are spread out and
the chance of someone driving
drunk is high
A person does not have to be a
student to call and ask for a ride
home. The program serves the en entire
tire entire community.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
nights, the Safe Ride van travels to
12 bars throughout Gainesville.
One of the sponsors of the program
donated a cellular phone, allowing
the driver of the van to respond to
calls immediately.
Drivers have chauffeurs li licenses

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censes licenses and are trained in CPR.
Their backgrounds are checked by
UF police, and they never carry
more than $lO with them at night.
Barbara said within the first
month of the fall semester, the
number of people who have used
the service has equaled the total
number of calls received last se semester
mester semester 230.
If the program is to serve
Gainesville successfully, it is im important
portant important that we receive additional
funding for more vans, Barbara
said. If we are unable to serve the
growing need for rides, people will
be driving drunk throughout
Gainesville.
The idea of providing a free ride
to drunk students was first pro proposed
posed proposed by Joe Harrison, a Florida
State University student. Harrison
established the first safe-ride pro program
gram program in the United States.
Initial funding for the program
was easy to get because many law lawmakers
makers lawmakers and corporate businesses
agreed with Harrisons idea. Pepsi-
Co Inc. is sponsoring the program
nationally.
Locally, the program is funded
by area bars, small businesses and
Student Government. It has been
welcomed by UF officials, Gov.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8,1989, ALLIGATOR,

System Chancellor Charles Reed.
Student Services Dean James
Scott, faculty adviser to the pro program,
gram, program, said the UF Safe Ride pro program
gram program is an asset to the community.
The UF students involved in
the program are commended for
their special efforts in this impor important
tant important endeavor, Scott said. Their
concern about drinking and driv driving
ing driving is appreciated in the university
community.
Robert Carrulli, a senior major majoring
ing majoring in marketing, believes the pro program
gram program is a good way to keep people
from drinking and driving. Carrulli
was a passenger in a car that was
involved last spring in a drunk drunkdriving
driving drunkdriving accident that left him with
a broken nose and stitches.
Carrulli said he was celebrating
a friends 21st birthday. At the end
of the night, the two hit a telephone
pole less than one mile from home.
Everyone always says that
theyre able to drive home because
theyre just a little buzzed, Car Carrulli
rulli Carrulli said. Even when youre
buzzed youre dangerous. Ive got
a warped nose and a cracked head
to prove it.

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ALLIGATOR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8,1989

8

Party
from page 1
from all areas of the student body.
We will ask the Black Student
Union and all other student groups
to support the party, Adams said.
Adams said he will publish a list
of general principles for the party
before the Christmas holidays so
students can see what Today stands
for.
Potential candidates then can
discuss and debate individual is-
Protest
from page 3
until January 3.
We demand that this exhibit
close down and that it not leave
this museum, LaMothe said. We
plan to be here 24 hours a day for
the duration until this exhibit is
closed and prevented from leaving
this museum. He said demonstra demonstrators
tors demonstrators would accept food donations.
University police spokeswoman
Angie Tipton said the protesters
can legally stay at the site for as
long as they like.
The university does have stip-
Recycle
from page 5
fooling ourselves, Pargman said.
EAG is marking the recycling
movement with a Recycling Day
and festival in February. Former
EAG President Heather Weiner
said the group is planning a day of
music, art and food to help deliver
the message to recycle.
Pargman said Earth Day, in
April, is next semesters main pri priority.
ority. priority. It is a broad effort, started
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sues to help the party develop a
final platform for the spring elec elections,
tions, elections, he said.
These tenets will be the general
ideas for running the party, then
well find out what the students
really want accomplished, Adams
said.
Hall said he expects people who
are disappointed with the other
parties to join Today.
Were not going to exclude any
groups, Hall said. We want to
keep this party open and fair.
ulations as far as camping, Tipton
said. But as long as they dont
interfere with the comings and go goings
ings goings of the museum, we dont an anticipate
ticipate anticipate any problems. Museum
officials said the protesters did not
disrupt any of Thursdays activi activities.
ties. activities.
Jerald Milanich, co-curator of
the exhibit, said he believes the
exhibit provides a balanced picture
of the exploration era. But he sup supports
ports supports much of what the protesters
said about the treatment of Indians
in American society.
I like (the protest), Milanich
said. This is a great visual thing
to awaken peoples minds.
about environmental issues. A
celebration of outdoors at Lake
Wauberg and an energy run are
planned.
To get more people involved,
EAG also is sponsoring a work workshop
shop workshop with the Black Student Union
called Race and Waste.
The environmental movement,
in general, is and has been predom predominantly
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whatever you do dont worry, be happy. Or at least be rich.

By Kendra Brown
UFs student body of the 6os bubbled
and boiled with angry, long-haired
philosophy students denouncing the Estab Establishment
lishment Establishment and seeking a meaningful life.
Not anymore.
At that time they were questioning
everything, sociology Professor E. Wilbur
Bock said. Now theyre not questioning
much of anything. Theyre just concerned
about getting out and getting a job.
Many students, faculty and ad administrators
ministrators administrators who have seen UFs student
body transform through the decade agree
student philosophy has changed from ques question
tion question authority to follow the money.
UF Student Affairs Vice President Art
Sandeen has been on campus 16 years. He
said students attitudes are a direct reflec reflection
tion reflection of society.
The attitude that students have has al always
ways always been a function of the times, he said.
Conservatism is much stronger now
throughout the country, and I think that
reflects in the students. There is far less
political activity and social justice-type of
activity of undergraduates this decade, com compared
pared compared to the 6os in particular; 7os as well.
But thats the way the country has shifted.
Sandeen pointed out that the freshmen
who entered UF this year were nine years
old when Ronald Reagan became president
in 1981. They have grown up with the
traditional ideas he represented.
These ideas include an emphasis on
careers and material values, which has
resulted in a very competitive academic
atmosphere.
Work, work, work. Achieve, achieve,
achieve, Sandeen said. You cant be a
failure. Youve got to do well.
According to an annual national survey
of college freshmen by the Cooperative
Institutional Research Program in Califor California,
nia, California, the percent of college freshmen who
identify their goal as to be well off finan financially
cially financially has increased over the last 20 years
as much as the percent who answered to
develop a meaningful philosophy in life
has decreased.
The survey also shows a growing interest
in studying business and a severe drop in
studying education.
Alachua Countys Precinct 31 is com composed
posed composed of mostly-student housing. It includes
many dormitories and fraternity houses.
Today, 889 registered voters in the precinct
are Democrats; 945 are Republicans.
Although the precinct lines have changed
over the years, it has always been
predominantly student-populated, said
Alachua County Supervisor of Elections
Buddy Irby. In 1978,1,224 registered voters
in the district were Democrats and 576 were
Republicans. In 1968, 837 were registered
as Democrats and 254 as Republicans.
According to the CIRP survey, more
freshmen classify themselves politically as
middle of the road.
As students shy away from extreme
liberalism or conservatism, they also shy
away from taking a stand on issues. Every
election that rolls by, big or small, finds
apathetic students passing up the voting
booths.
One thing Ive been surprised at is that
now that weve had a relatively long period
of 18-year-olds being able to vote, not many
do, Sandeen said. Im very peiplexed
about that. Disappointed, too. I had ex expected
pected expected there to be a real surge in political
activity as a result of that. Boy, was I
wrong.
But one long-time local political activist
thinks the apathetic-student attitude of the
Bos has begun to change.
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was just a knock-down, drag-out revolution
in the streets, said Pete Self, a UF doctoral
student who has been on campus since 1971.
The dead decade was 75 to BS. Then after
about ten years, everybody started realizing
that apathy is pukey and boring. The apart apartheid
heid apartheid thing was what brought student ac activism
tivism activism back. In 1985, 150 students and
faculty gathered on the steps of Tigert Hall
to protest UFs investments in South Africa.
Twenty-seven protesters were arrested.
Self came to UF as a graduate student in
philosophy. He now is seeking his doctorate
in philosophy. He also studies journalism
and remains a visible activist.
When I came here, they were bombing
Cambodia, he said. There would be a
protest on the Plaza of Americas and people
would be packed to the (Century) tower. It
was like, Who got sent home in a box
today?
People were dead serious. We would
take to the streets, and the police would pack
us into buses. Wed break open the buses,
or wed bum the bus. We were not messing
around.
Maurice Mayberry is the founding direc director
tor director of the Career Resource Center in the
Reitz Union. He has been counseling UF
students about life-after-college for more
than 30 years.
He said he is glad to see the days of
rebellion end. He remembers students com coming
ing coming to company interviews with long hair
and wearing psychedelic clothes. One stu student
dent student arrived for an interview with a recruiter
for Kaiser Aluminum wearing a T-shirt,
cut-off jeans and clogs.
The old gentleman said, Excuse me,
young man; why are you here?, Mayberry
said. The student, at no loss of words, said,
lts an interview, aint it?
Todays students are as clean-cut and

sharp-looking as those of the sos, Mayber Mayberry
ry Mayberry said.
As a body, students are certainly much
more responsible now, very much like the
sanity and the civility of the sos, Mayber Mayberry
ry Mayberry said. Its not how different the students
are now, but how similar. Its as if weve
gone full circle.
One thing never has changed, he said.
Students always have desired the good life
to some degree.
In the sos, students wished for a two twobedroom
bedroom twobedroom house, a one-car garage and a nice
new Ford in the driveway, he said. Now
they want a four-bedroom house, a two-car
garage and a BMW.
To obtain their goals, students of the Bos
are willing to do anything, even pee in a
cup.
Mayberry said three-fourths of the com companies
panies companies that interview at UF require students
to take a drug test. In the last five years,
only one student has objected.
It seems to come as a surprise that
students follow patterns of expectations
willingly, with no protest, he said.
Theyre just eager to do their part.
Not only do recruiters like their new
employees drug free, they increasingly like
them to be female and a member of a
minority group, Mayberry said. The transi transition
tion transition from the token black on staff to
full-fledged recruitment of minorities and
women seemed to happen overnight, he
said.
Employers are now eagerly seeking
women and minorities for jobs, he said.
Its not just tokenism anymore. Now its
for real. Women and minorities have proven
themselves.
Sandeen said having them in the class classroom
room classroom is not even questioned anymore.
Now we dont think two hoots about it
if a female student studies architecture,

engineering or law, he said. But in 1961,
that wouldnt have been the case.
However, UF never has met its minority
recruitment goal and charges of racial and
sexual discrimination still persist.
Students of the Bos may lean more to the
right and boast more traditional values, but
they still crave a few things that historically
make their elders cringe sex, drugs and
rock n roll.
The Bos saw the onslaught of AIDS, the
most devasting sexually transmitted disease
in history. But that hasnt stopped most UF
students from having sex safe or other otherwise.
wise. otherwise.
A couple of studies say sex is cooling
on campuses, but when you weigh the
evidence as a whole, that is clearly not the
case, UF Communication Studies As Associate
sociate Associate Professor Rebecca Cline said.
Cline and two students, Joanne Engel and
Sarah Johnson, published a study in October
examining students knowledge of AIDS.
They sent surveys to 1,250 undergraduate
students last fall and got 588 back.
Eighty-five percent of the students in our
survey were sexually experienced, Cline
said. Only 20 percent of the sexually active
students surveyed said they regularly use
condoms, she said.
According to the report, which was
funded by the Department of Communica Communication
tion Communication Processes and Disorders, research has
shown a steady increase in sexual ex experience
perience experience among college students since the
6os, despite the increased danger of AIDS.
It cites a 1984 report that concluded a norm
of greater permissiveness is emerging on
college campuses.
Cline said she is not surprised students
more conservative philosophy has not af affected
fected affected their sex lives.
Materialism is partly a perspective that
says, I want everything, and I want it
now, she said. Similar to sexual be behavior,
havior, behavior, I want to have a good time, and I
want it now.
Another conservative trait that may affect
students sexual behavior is homophobia
the fear of homosexuality, she said.
Its one of the reasons college students
think theyre not at risk for AIDS, she said.
I think that goes along with political con conservatism.
servatism. conservatism. AIDS is not just a homosexual
disease, Cline said.
Despite tightening of drug and alcohol
laws and nationwide campaigns against
drug use, UF students still havent learned
to just say no, Assistant Dean of Student
Affairs Elizabeth Broughton said.
Its an issue that were still struggling
to get a hold of, said Broughton, who also
is director of the Campus Alcohol and Drug
Resource Center.
Expensive drugs, such as Ecstacy and
cocaine, have replaced LSD as popular cam campus
pus campus drugs and are expected to increase in
popularity in the next decade, she said.
I think well see different, more potent
and more addictive drugs in the 9os, she
said.
However, students seem to be increasing increasingly
ly increasingly concerned about drunk driving and put
more emphasis on drug education and
prevention, Broughton said. She said she
has seen an overall decrease in alcohol and
drug use during die decade.
It may reflect societys values right now,
being more conservative.
Mayberry said he hopes the responsible
attitude shown by students of the 1980 s
takes hold in the next decade.
I think all of this adds up to great
applause for the graduates of this univer university,
sity, university, he said. You hear so much about
everything going to hell in a handbasket. If
it is, I cant see it.



The Earth will warm. Get warmer. Warmest. Stop. Save Mother Earth. But pick a practical major. Get a job
that pays. If you get into college.

By Jim Danko
As UF enters the 19905, many of the
issues it faces have a strange deja vu feel to
them. Racial tensions recall the 6os; en environmental
vironmental environmental issues recall the 7os; and cam campus
pus campus conservatism recalls yes, its almost
history the Bos.
Students and administrators say UF will
face many of these same issues in the com coming
ing coming decade: an increase in minority recruit recruitment,
ment, recruitment, global warming, higher admission
standards, more students geared toward
practical majors and maybe even some sort
of a revolution.
But to look at UF in the 9os requires
looking at its future student body most
of whom are passing time in high school
classrooms around Florida.
As UF enters the next decade, the number
of Florida high- school graduates will
double, Vice President of Student Affairs
Art Sandeen said.
This means UF either will increase its
enrollment again or raise admission require requirements
ments requirements as the states population continues to
grow rapidly.
But UF intends to maintain its present
enrollment of about 33,000 students, despite
pressure to grow. And the Board of Regents,
the 13-member panel that oversees Floridas
nine public universities, ultimately will
decide whether to increase admission re requirements,
quirements, requirements, Sandeen said.
With the rise of UFs admission standards
during the past decade, high-school students
have had a more difficult time getting in.
And the higher admission standards have
some seniors choosing other state schools,
said Roger Rudy, a counselor at Forest Hill
High School in West Palm Beach.
A few years ago students who were all
friends for years wore going to go to the
University of Florida together, Rudy said.
A great number of students hardly looked
at other schools.
This year many college-bound students
are looking at other state schools or com community
munity community colleges, and they are becoming
more grade-conscious, Rudy said.
Its a matter of getting a good grade.
Theyre like the soldiers were in Vietnam,
he said. They just want their ticket punched
to get their meal. Theyre not really inter interested
ested interested in learning.
Ken Trotter, a counselor at Washington
High School in Pensacola, agreed with
Rudy.
A large majority are out for the grade,
he Its not what you can gain from
the diploma.
Charles Thomas, a UF sociology profes professor
sor professor and dean of the College of Liberal Arts
and Sciences, said students will continue to
be concerned about getting a practical de degree
gree degree that will land them a job. Degrees in
humanities, religion and sociology are out,
he said.
I think somebody says, lf I pursue a
degree in this, what am I going to do with
it? he said. And rightly or wrongly, many
of them would say, Damned if I know.
Thomas criticizes the current under undergraduate
graduate undergraduate curriculum, which is loaded with
courses that few students want to take.
Administrators require students take these
courses to keep the classrooms filled, he
said. ..
What would happen were it to be said
that mathematics is no longer a required
course? Thomas said. Well, the demand
would wither so rapidly that the math facul faculty
ty faculty would be sitting over there going, Golly
gee, whatll we do today?
If the admission standards are high, we,
as administrators, dont need to or probably
should not be making as many curriculum
choices for you as, on average, a brighter
student than we had 10 years ago, Thomas

Looking to the 1990 s
UFs swing back to the
left?

said.
As the quality of UF students increases
in the 9os, Thomas foresees a university
where he would like to say, Welcome to
the University of Florida. Theres a big set
of libraries around here. Go and do good.
By the way, four years from now... youll
be finished.
And thats to strain it to the bizarre, he
added.
Although Thomas scenario is specula speculative,
tive, speculative, the 9os freshman typically will be a
more serious student
Each and every year the overall caliber
of students has gone gradually upward since
I came here in 1980," Thomas said. We
now have a set of admission standards that
compare very favorably with the so-called
public Ivy institutions like the University of
Michigan.
UF not only will have to adapt to the
deluge of high-quality students, but also to
increases in minority students as it enters
the next decade.
Demographics will play a major role in
shaping the university, Sandeen said.
Florida is a tremendously growth-oriented
state.
As of the fall 1989, 14.3 percent of UFs
students are minorities. Most ad administrators,
ministrators, administrators, including Sandeen, agree that
minority enrollment will increase in the
9os.
If we stay the same size, minorities will
go up considerably, he said.
Despite the increase UF expects in
minority enrollment, Minority Affairs Dean
Willie Robinson hopes they wont be treated
like minorities by the year 2000.
We need to be involved in more ac activities
tivities activities that will help the entire university
community cope with changing
demographics, he said.
Stuart Schwartz, a special education
professor who teaches about the hand handicapped
icapped handicapped in the popular course Exceptional
People, said the university community is

becoming more bigoted and closed-minded
than it was during the mid-1980s.
Over the last two, three years, it seems
Ive been seeing more and more cases right
here in our campus of people who are
discriminating, Schwartz said.
He cited examples of bigotry at this years
Gator Growl as being a sign of discrimina discrimination
tion discrimination in the forthcoming decade. One of the
skits derided homosexuals, he said.
Other professors agree that discrimina discrimination
tion discrimination is a problem, but not as bad as it was
in the past
Sociology Professor Thomas said race
relations are better than they were during
the civil rights era, but still have away to
go.
Im not satisfied that weve made as
much progress as some people would like
to argue we have, he said.
Thomas said his classrooms still seem
segregated, with black students remaining
isolated from whites.
I can still walk in to significant numbers
of my own classes and, for example, all the
black students are in one area and all the
white students are elsewhere, Thomas said.
I guess I would have hoped in my own
attitudes that there would have been no
reason by this point for me to notice one
way or another, but I do.
One change students are making outside
of the classrooms is in their attitude toward
the environment Many incoming students
are more environmentally conscious than
they were a few years ago.
Campus organizations such as Students
for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and
the Environmental Action Groups member memberships
ships memberships have grown exponentially since they
formed, and will have a major influence on
UF in the 9os, said Heather Weiner, a
senior in resource conservation and presi president
dent president of the EAG.
SETA formed last year after Sarah Ger Gergel,
gel, Gergel, a junior in resource conservation, sat at
a table at Turlington Hall and tried to make

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students become aware of animal cruelty.
Today, the group has about 100 members.
There are all kinds of freshmen, (and)
vegetarians, she said. I think now most
people on the campus are concerned about
animal rights.
Although the past year has been mainly
to educate people about animal rights, Ger Gergel
gel Gergel said SETA next year will work toward
specific goals.
The EAG has been on campus 15 years,
and its membership has increased from 10
people in 1986 to about 100 people this fall.
The group also has about 400 people on its
mailing list, Weiner said.
This years membership is composed of
a large number of freshmen, many of whom
live in dormitories and are interested in
issues such as vegetarianism, animal cruelty
and environmental degradation, Weiner
said.
We try to cater a lot of our events toward
freshmen, assuming they dont know a lot
but they are interested, she said.
Weiner cites the recent media exposure
of environmental problems and education in
the high schools as main factors of the
groups popularity.
We didnt hear a damn thing about (en (environmental
vironmental (environmental problems), she said. And
now, after the Reagan years, were starting
to realize that environmental problems are
still with us.
I see this as a trend thats going to
increase, she said. I expect that next
spring our membership is going to again
increase.
As environmental problems worsen in the
9os, students will become more apt to take
action, Weiner said.
As our own temperatures here in Florida
start to increase, as our storms become more
intense, the frequency increases, I think that
all the students are going to look around and
start to realize that the needs of mother
nature are a lot more powerful than they
are, she said.
Although Weiner predicts an environ environmental
mental environmental revolution in the 9os, Thomas, who
has taught sociology since 1969, remains
cynical about that eras methods of activism
and enlightenment.
It is true that a lot of people screwed a
lot of people, he said. A lot of people did
a lot of dope, and a lot of people enjoyed a
lot of rock music, and a lot of people fooled
around in away that suggested that they
were more worldly and sophisticated than
they were.
I dont share what I would take to be the
selective recollections that there was this
vastly superior and more sophisticated un understanding
derstanding understanding of the world in the midst of the
6os and 7os, he said.
I must admit I dont miss having tear gas
thrown into my classroom, and didnt think
at the time that it was a particularly articu articulate
late articulate form of political expression.
But unlike students of the 6os, who
engaged in a cultural revolution against
society, the ones in the 9os will have to
work with society to make change, Weiner
said.
We are not going to be working against
the system anymore, she said. We are
going to be infiltrating and going in and
trying to change the system.
Thomas said, At this time I dont detect
any early signs of major revolution on cam campus
pus campus that would turn the clock backward
dramatically and alter whats there.
One student, however, believes the next
decade will make a full loop back to the age
of Aquarius.
The 9os is just the 6os turned upside
down, philosophy graduate student and
activist Pete Self said. The 9os is going
to be a decade of revolution.

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lint Eastwood hasnt been on
campus much, if at all, in the
past 10 years. Neither have Lee

Van Cleef or Eli Wallach.
But in the 1980 s, UFs sports
programs have put on the consummate
performance of The Good, The Bad and
The Ugly. No decade has been as
glorious for UF sports programs as the
1980 s. Southeastern Conference
crowns have been brought back to UF
41 times. National titles five times. All
but one team will finish the decade
with a winning record.
Many names from among the teams
that garnered those kudos will wind up
on Hall of Fame walls somewhere.
But all the glory, in every sport, has
been tainted by one downfall that
of the football team.
Football programs around the
country generally are the money
makers for athletic programs. And with
money comes prestige and pressure to
win.
But UFs football team was winless
in 1979, the first such season since the
1946 squad finished 0-9. That time it
took six years for the Gators to post a
winning record, finishing 8-3 in 1952.
It seemed it would take perhaps that
long again.
UF was mercurial, however, under
head coach Charley Pell, who came to
Gainesville in 1979. Only one year
after the 0-10-1 disaster, Pell led the
Gators to a 7-4 season capped with a
35-20 Tangerine Bowl victory over
Maryland.
The Gators spent the next several
years climbing, posting 7-4, 8-3 and
8-2-1 regular-season records.
It didnt seem possible that a team
could turn around so quickly.
But before the 1984 season could
begin, things began to fall apart.
On Aug. 26, 1984, Pell announced
his resignation effective the end of the
season. The NCAA had been inves investigating
tigating investigating the football program for 20
months, an investigation which began
when the Gators were seen practicing
in pads in March, a violation of NCAA
rules.
But the Gators, coming off a No. 6
finish in 1983, were ranked 18th in the
preseason poll.
Then, on Sept. 11, the Gators
panacea for a losing record just four
years before became crystal clear.
They cheated.
The NCAA leveled 107 charges
against the Gators that day, dating from

By Lawrence Hollyfield

1976 to 1983, and the list of violators
covered the gamut of the football pro program,
gram, program, from Pell to assistant football
coaches to recruiters to Gator Boosters.
Six coaches at the time were involved
in the original 107 violations, a list that
later was trimmed to 59.
The immediate effects were shock
and fear of what would happen. The
tailspin in the win-loss record would
not show for two more seasons.
The Gators were 0-1-1 when the
charges were leveled. They were 1-1-1
when UF President Marshall Criser
decided Sept. 16 that Pell wouldnt
finish the season.
Then-offensive coordinator Galen
Hall took over and coached the team
to an 8-0-0 mark the rest of the season,
including a 5-0-1 mark in SEC play.
The Gators finished atop the New
York Times poll and ended up No. 3 in
United Press International's. But they
had the Sword of Damacles hanging
over their heads.
It fell Oct. 23. Three years of proba probation
tion probation with one off for good behavior.
No bowls. A cutback in scholarships
from 30 to 20 for the next two years.
No live television coverage.
But UFs stiffest retribution was
leveled by the SEC. The Gators would
have to give up the conference crown
the schools first since beginning
SEC play in 1934.
The scholarships hurt UFs win-loss
record from 1986-1988, when UF
posted 6-5 records. The Gators were
back on the other side of the fence,
mired in mediocrity.
But perhaps the saddest thing about
the demise of the Gators is the reputa reputations
tions reputations of the rest of the sports that were
flushed away those days.
Every UF squad was disgraced by
the violations. To many, UF went from
the Fighting Gators to the Cheating
Gators.
But that was only perception. Things
were not soiled everywhere.
For every Charley Pell, there was an
All-American tennis player Jill
Hetherington. For each Joe Kines, an
assistant football coach whom the
NCAA ordered out because of the
violations, there was a Kerwin Bell.
They, for the most part, led then thenteams
teams thenteams to victories. And while each
sport has had stars, no group was as
successful this decade as the Lady
Gator swimmers.
Under head coach Randy Reese, the
Lady Gators compiled an 82-6 record

(.932 winning percentage) and cap captured
tured captured eight of nine SEC crowns and a
national championship in 1982. Reese
also coached the mens team, which
finished the decade 71-16 (.816) with
six conference crowns and a pair of
national titles in 1983 and 1984.
The Lady Gator tennis team and the
UF gymnasts are running close behind
in dominating their sports.
The Lady Gator netters finished the
decade 277-52 (.814) and captured
eight SEC crowns. The gymnasts,
under the direction of Coach Ernestine
Weaver for all 10 years, were 148-27
(.846) and won five conference cham championships.
pionships. championships.
The Lady Gator golfers have posted
similarly dominating numbers, win winning
ning winning two national championships and
five SEC titles under Coach Mimi
Ryan.
The UF baseball and track teams
have won SEC titles and spent much
time in the national spotlight, capped
by the baseball teams first-ever trip to
the College World Series in 1988.
And the football team has found its
way into the spotlight for positive news
as well. The Gators will finish the
decade with seven bowl trips a
school record. The Gators basketball
team finished the 1980 s with three
consecutive 20-win seasons and its
first-ever SEC title.
But all too much like the movie, the
Gators have managed to save The Ugly
for last. UF forced out four coaches
from the football and basketball
programs in the past three months amid
allegations of NCAA violations, rang ranging
ing ranging from payments to players to forged
eligibility documents.
If any of the allegations are proven,
and the NCAA says they are severe
enough, the athletic program could
lose programs for a length of time
determined by the NCAA; So the ath athletic
letic athletic association has been left doing its
hand-in-hand best to avoid the
NCAA guillotine.
The 1980 s truly were successful
from a win-loss standpoint, but one
question remains about the wiimingest
decade in UF history.
Were they successful?
That remains to be seen, because the
cloud hanging over the football and
basketball programs may leave the en entire
tire entire school in a pallor for much of the
19905.



By Dan Evans
What started as a small
grease fire..., a newspaper story
on Dec. 7, 1987, began.
But with no sprinkler system
to stop it, that small fire turned
into an inferno and gutted UFs
historic Johnson Hall taking
with it the popular Rathskellar
restaurant.
The fire knocked down the
walls that once bounced around
the early sounds of U 2 and
Mudcrutch, Tom Pettys first
band.
But the only music playing
that Sunday night was coming
from the halls surrounding dor dormitories
mitories dormitories the Talking Heads
hit, Burning Down the House
as hundreds of students
gathered to watch the fire.
Overshadowed by the fire that
weekend was an unrelated but
equally sobering moment. Just
two days before the charred hall
crashed to the ground, 18-year 18-yearold
old 18-yearold UF sophomore Kellie Ann
Strogis was crushed by a tractor tractortrailer
trailer tractortrailer while attempting to cross
Archer Road.
These are some of the sorry
realities of the 1980 s the grip gripping
ping gripping tragedies that captured our
attention and stick painfully in
our minds.
And its these moments that
we must learn from and never
forget, UF police Chief Everett
Stevens said. If we forget, we
stand the chance of becoming
societys next victim.
Stevens has been at UF since
1968 and has been chief since
1986, and he remembers the
tragedies all too well.
Those things bum the past
into your mind, and you dont
forget them.
Scenes like the living room of
food-sciences Professor Howard
Appledorf will stay in the minds
of many who know of the 1982
crime. On Sept. 3, three young
males whom Appledorf knew,
entered his home, tortured him
and murdered him. The mur murderers
derers murderers left three half-eaten sub submarine
marine submarine sandwiches on
plate-settings on the floor and
food and cryptic words splat splattered
tered splattered on the walls. Two of the
men are serving life terms.
Many of the tragedies of the
1980 s were accidental, and we
can learn from them, Stevens
said.
One of those is the death of
UF sophomore John Watts
Owens 11. Owens shot and killed
himself Sept. 5, 1986, while

The 1980 s were marred with grief. Professor Howard Appledorf. Tiffany Ses Sessions.
sions. Sessions. John Watts Owens 11. Robert Stevenson. Councille Blye. Some
tragedies were so painful, we cannot forget. Others so shocking...
You dont forget..

drinking and playing Russian
roulette with his .22-caliber re revolver
volver revolver putting a single bullet
into the six-chamber cylinder,
spinning it around, pointing the
barrel to his head and pulling
the trigger.
A witness said Owens check checked
ed checked the guns chamber each time
he fired. But he didnt check the
last time.
Deaths like that of UF fresh freshman
man freshman Robert Stevenson also
make people think. Stevenson
drank himself to death Nov. 21,
1987, in his Beaty Towers dor dormitory.
mitory. dormitory. Stevensons friends said
he was drinking heavily that
Saturday night. They found him
dead in his bed Sunday morning.
The suddenness in which
they take place and the uncer uncertainty
tainty uncertainty they leave behind is what
makes them so meaningful,
Stevens said of the tragedies.
They just leave everybody
wondering, Will I be next?
One tragedy that has yet to be
solved is the disappearance of
20-year-old UF finance major
Tiffany Sessions. Sessions disap disappeared
peared disappeared Feb. 9 and hasnt been
seen since. Her father is still
fighting feverishly to find her,
appearing on national television
crime and talk shows.
And students sometimes
caused the tragedies, leaving
more questions than reasons.
Earlier this semester, police
said UF doctoral student Jens
Peter Hansen shot and killed
graduate research Professor Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Kimura soon after he was
told he would not get his de degree.
gree. degree. Kimura was the chairman
of Hansens doctoral committee.
Other professors died in the
1980 s, some accidentally, some
not.
Former UF English professor
Councille Blye was found
stuffed in an abandoned
refrigerator March 31, 1983. An
autopsy listed the cause of death
as multiple stab wounds, includ including
ing including a dozen to his chest.
In July, 1985, Charles B.
Davis was convicted of his mur murder
der murder and sentenced to 100 years
in prison.
Also in the early Bos, two
separate and equally tragic plane
crashes claimed the lives of five
UF professors, and an alumnus
died when a plane crashed into
the WUFT-TV tower.
And though members of UFs
community werent always the
victims, the tragedies were just
as shocking.

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Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity
house. Jason Todd Miller, 21,
was visiting a friend on campus
and fell 20 feet to an asphalt bas basketball
ketball basketball court Aug. 21, 1988.
Six weeks later, a gunman
forced three Steak n Shake
employees into a walk-in cooler
and shot them, killing two and
leaving one in critical condition.
Police said disgruntled ex-

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ly shortly before he was murdered in 1982. Above: Historic
Johnson Hall sits in ruin following a fire in 1987 that
gutted the buildings cafeteria and Rathskellar res restaurant.
taurant. restaurant. Below: A firefighter douses the wreckage of a
plane that crashed into the WUFT-TV tower in 1980, kill killing
ing killing a UF alumnus.

employee Darren Sheppard
pulled the trigger.
Many of the victims are gone
now, but the memory of their
tragedies lingers on.
And though each moment has
its own morbid uniqueness, stu students
dents students cant think about the
decade without remembering
weekends like the one when
Johnson Hall burned down.
That weekend typified the
tragedies of the 1980 s and the

DECEMBER I9ft9 Eighties/Nineties

reality of world we live in, the
city we live in and the campus
we live in life was lost and
history was charred.
The Dec. 7 newspaper story
ended with late UF Administra Administrative
tive Administrative Affairs Vice President Wil William
liam William Elmore stressing the
importance of positive thinking
in the wake of tragedies.
Its insured, he said. Thank
God.

SEVEN



EIGHT

Eight ttiineiie

MAKING HISTORY

1 Qftft oct 2 1980. State raises drinking age to 19.
vUv Oct. 24, 1980. George Burns performs at Gator Growl.

4 QQ4 Jan. 10, 1981. OConnell Center opens to host the Florida-Auburn basketball game. The
IvO I Gators won that game 63-59 the seasons first SEC win at home.
Oct. 16, 1981. Rodney Dangerfield performs at Gator Growl.

4 QB9 Sept. 3, 1982. Shane Kennedy, 15, Gary Bown, 21, and Paul Everson, 19, torture and
I wUfc kill food sciences professor Howard Appledorf.
Oct. 15, 1982. Robin Williams performs at Gator Growl.

4 QQQ Oct. 13 1983 gets four years for robbery, burglary, and grand theft, but is
I %/Ov released after 15 months. Bown and Everson get life with no chance for parole until
2007.
Oct. 21, 1983. Bob Hope performs at Gator Growl.
Nov. 4,1983. The state selects Palm Beach attorney Marshall M. Criser to be UF's eighth
president.

4 QQ4 Jan 20 1984. Six brothers of Pi Lambda Phi admit having sex with a 17-year-old little
I vOt sister hopeful Sept. 14, 1983. Feb. 1,1984. The fraternity gets a one-year suspension.
March 31, 1984. UF workers erect the 10-ton, 30-million-year-old chert rock in front of
GPA, now Turlington Hall.
Sept. 1, 1984. UFs seventh president Robert Marston retires and Criser takes over.
Sept. 16, 1984. Criser fires football coach Charlie Pell after the NCAA handed down 107
violations.
Oct. 19, 1984. Bill Cosby performs at Gator Growl.

1 QftCfc A P ril 25 1985 Police arrest 27 of 150 demonstrators gathered on the steps of Tigert Hall
I www to protest UF investments in South Africa. June 13, 1985. The state attorneys office
drops all charges.
July 1, 1985. State raises the drinking age to 21.
July 9, 1985. UF joins the Association of American Universities.
Aug. 26,1985. Shands doctors perform their first heart transplant.
Oct. 3, 1985. UF alumna Rosemary Barkett is the first woman selected for Florida
Supreme Court.
Oct. 18, 1985. The Smothers Brothers perform at Gator Growl.

4 Qftfi Oct. 10, 1986. Veterinary school officials move students and faculty out of their main
I www building because of toxic fumes.
Oct. 10, 1986. Billy Crystal performs Gator Growl.
Nov. 5, 1986. UF Athletic Associations board of directors votes to end the annual
UF-Miami football series.

4 QQ7 Feb. 11, 1987. UF gets money to build the worlds largest low-temperature lab.
f Oct. 16, 1987. Jay Leno performs at Gator Growl.
Dec. 4, 1987. Kellie Ann Strogis is killed when a tractor-trailer runs over her as she
attempts to cross Archer Road.
Dec. 6, 1987. Seventy-five-year-old Johnson Hail burns to the ground.

4 QOO Jan. 13, 1988. UF safety experts estimate campus fire code violations at $7.9 million.
I vvO Feb. March, 1988. Student senators keep Student Body President-elect Scooter Willis
out of office while the Board of Masters investigates charges of fraud and illegal
campaign tactics.
Oct. 21, 1988. Jerry Seinfeld and Steven Wright perform at Gator Growl.
Dec. 9,1988. Marshall Criser resigns.

4 QOQ Feb. 9, 1989. UF finance major Tiffany Sessions disappears.
I wOw Oct. 8,1989. Head football coach Galen Hall resigns under pressure.
Oct. 31, 1989. Head Basketball coach Norm Sloan resigns under pressure.
Oct. 20, 1989. Richard Jeni and Paula Poundstone perform at Gator Growl.
Nov. 14, 1989. The state selects John Lombardi as UF's ninth president.

PREDICTIONS

Looking
through
star-colored
glasses
By Greg Saitz
The 1990 s a new decade. Will the world end?
Will UFOs invade Earth? Will Richard Nixon buy
the farm?
These are important questions to ask, and more im importantly,
portantly, importantly, to answer. Flash Silvermoon, a local
psychic/astrologer, has some definite ideas about
what she thinks is in store for the coming decade.
For UF and its beleaguered athletic program, Flash
said things should start getting better. All the
problems will make the university stronger and more
focused. As for universities in general, they will be become
come become more radicalized.
Its not going to be like the 6os, but it certainly
wont be as conservative as the Bos, she said.
Nationally, Rash sees President George Bush and
his wife Barbara getting in a little bit of a tiff within
the next year. Nothing major though.
Theres going to be something coming up that
wont tear them apart, but will clearly show them on
opposite sides of the fence.
Speaking of presidents, a couple former ones may
be crossing to the opposite side of a different fence.
Flash sees the great communicator, Ronald
Reagan, leaving the earthly plane, with Richard
Nixon likely to join him. She also sees a prominent
politician committing suicide, though the death
wont appear to be planned.
Although Flash said she doesnt like to predict
doom and gloom, she did mention a few natural dis disasters
asters disasters all happening at about the same time
that will probably occur within the coming five
years. Italys Mount Vesuvius will erupt, and major
earthquakes will hit Japan and California.
If I was in California, Id be gone, Flash said.
But earthquakes and erupting volcanoes arent the
only earth-shaking news in store for the 9os. Flash
said UFO sightings will be more frequent, and the
hundreds of fries the U.S. government has dealing
with flying saucers will finally become known.
It seems like someone in NASA is going to ex expose
pose expose the whole deal, she said.
Flash said even though some bad things may hap happen
pen happen in the next decade, she sees people moving away
from worrying about me and start worrying about
us.
The 9os are going to be our chance to pull
together, she said. Its going to be more globaL



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4 HOUSE/APT.
2br apt only 3 blocks from Library East.
Avail Immed. Call 371-0769 M-F 9-5. 12-
12-10-4
*** GHETTO-WAY-FROM-YOUR GHETTO-WAY-FROM-YOURROOMMATE!
ROOMMATE! GHETTO-WAY-FROM-YOURROOMMATE! AAA Sublet own room in
lovely 3BR ghetto home Jan-Aug. Close
to campus only $lB3/mo & 1/3 util. M or
F. Call 371-0707 eves. 12-13-9-4
Oakbrook Walk apt., completely furn.,
washer/dryer, micro, walk to campus. Shr
bed & bath. I need sublet for Jan.-June
90. $215/mo. & 1/3 utilities. Call Todd at
335-5432. 12-13-9-4
Sublet lbr/Iba apt. Hawaiian Village,
close to campus and shopping.
$3lO/month, available Jan-April. Call
375-1419. 12-13-9-4
F N/S: Prefer Young Professional or grad
student, S3OO/mo. & 1/2 util. S3OO de deposit.
posit. deposit. Condo fully furnished 376-1341.
12-8-6-5
Sublease a furnished studio till July 31st.
1 block to UF. $260 mo. incl. all util. Call
leave a message. 12-8-5-4
OXFORD MANOR
2bdr/2ba take over lease immediately
$479/mo. Call 336-1387. 12-11-6-4
Sublease 2bd/2ba at Aloha Gardens Jan-
Apr. $405/mo. Near campus, pool, raquet raquetball,
ball, raquetball, clubhouse etc. Call 373-5027.
12-13-8-4

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SUBLEASE: HSE/APT
IBR/IBA Apt. in Bicycle Club. Move in
after finals-lease ends on May 15. I'll pay
your Jan. rentl Great pad please call 336-
4378 close to campus, all amenities. 12-
8-5-4.
WINDMEADOWS 3bdrm/3bth ASAP
$725m0 HUGE! tennis, pool, bsktball,
LOADED call Becky 335-1720 Iv msg.
12-8-5-4
OAKBROOK WALK condo. Own bdrm and
bath. Fully furn, incl. housewares,
wash/dryer, micro, night security, walk to
UF. Need sublet for Jan 90-July 90.
S3OO/mo. Luxurious! 335-6648. 12-13-7-
4
Be a part of downtown G'ville. Modern
2-story, 2br/2ba for sublet Jan.-July at
Arlington Square Apartments. 377-9120.
12-11-5-4
LAKEWOOD VILLASI in a 3 bdrm town townhouse.
house. townhouse. Your own bedroom and bathroom.
Split utilities with other roommates. The
rent payment is negotiable! Please call
KAREN 335-1696. 12-11-5-4
House for lease- 4br/2ba $620/mo 2
blocks from campus. Call 375-5154.
Leave message if not home. 12-13-7-4
Regency Oaks huge, 1 bdr apt. w/ bal balcony,
cony, balcony, pool, laundry, tennis, v-ball. Great
location next to Bennigan's. $340/mo.,
avail immediately. Call 371-1306 any anytime.
time. anytime. 12-11-5-4
Sublet 3br, 2 bath apt at Windmeadows
34th St. apt 27. $490/mo. 336-9001 b 4
9am or after 4pm or Windmeadows office.
12-13-7-4 __
Oxford Manor Sublet starting Jan 90.
Own bedroom & bath. Fully furnished,
washer/dryer. S2OO/mo & 1/3 util. 371-
7755. 12-11-5-4
Need M/F to sublet bdrm in 3 brm apt.
Your choice-mst. bdr & own ba at $155 or
regular room for $l4O/mo, avail now.
Scott 375-0795. 12-8-4-4
Apt for sublet: Ibdrm, close to campus for
spring 90 semester. $247/mo & utilities.
Pets allowed w/ deposit. 335-5537 any anytime.
time. anytime. 12-12-5-4
OXFORD MANOR
own br/ba, Available right now
$235/mo, call John at 377-2779. 12-13-
6-4
Brandywine IJI leave you my $375 sec.
dep., you assume my 8 month lease.
1 bdr/1 ba unfurnished. $375/mo. Call 378-
2986. 12-9-3-4
Brandywine $134/mo & 1/4 util. $175 se security
curity security deposit. Available for start of spring
semester. 336-8424, ask for Mike. 12-
12-5-4
Sublease Jan-Aug, 2bdr/Iba, unfurn. apt,
5 blocks to UF, only $285/mo & SIOO sec.
371-4693 Iv. message. 12-12-5-4
Vizcaya Apts.
1 bdr/1 ba S3OO/mo. Take over my
lease from Jan. 1- July 31.
Call 374-9878.
12-8-3-4
Sublet 2br/Iba townhouse apt. close to
campus & shopping, big rooms, dishwshr,
quiet nghbhd. $330/mo. Call Jon 371-
4931. 12-12-5-4
If you want to live in OAKBROOK
Please call me first. Great dealt Leave
message 372-8005. 12-12-5-4
2bdr/1 1/2 ba from Jan to Aug. $325/mo
plus SIOO security deposit. Call after 2pm
at 335-0687. 12-8-3-4

SUBLEASE: HSE/APT
Oakbrook Walk Fully furnished: micro,
dishwash, & dry. Walk to campus.
SIBO/mo. Call Darin or Lance at 371-
4466. 12-13-5-4
Room available in house next to law
school, 2525 SW 2nd Ave 160/month +
1/4 utilities 392-1480 or 375-0251, ask for
Steve, avail Jan. 12-13-5-4
Free from 12/17-12/31. Sublease Ibd/ba
furnished apt 1/2 bl from campus. 250/mo
till June 220/mo for summer call Beth
378-5487. 12-13-5-4,
2br 1 1/2 ba close to campus. Jan 1-June
$415/mo PRICE NEGOTIABLE call 378-
2919. 12-12-4-4.
Clean 2bd/Iba apt in Brandywine.
$425/mo. Will reduce rent to $375/mo.
Call 375-2096 anytime and leave mes message.
sage. message. 12-13-5-4
Room to sublease: 3 blocks from UF
$195/mo. Leave message at 375-3167.
12-13-5-4
2 BLOCKS from campus N/S M/F own bed
in 3bdr/1 ba house beg. Jan til May or Aug.
$l4O/mo + 1/4 util. 336-4052. 12-13-5-4
IN THE PINES:
Sublet 1 bdr/1 ba. Avail mid Dec. Call Rob
at 375-0922. 12-8-2-4
PICCADILLY 2br/lbath. Close to UF,
shopping, CJs + Chili's. Sublease from
Jan to April. 377-0828. 12-13-5-4
Female to take over lease on largest room
in 3bd/2ba apt only 185/mo + deposit
close to campus amenities. Call Now 378-
7387. 12-13-5-4
$lB5/month for own furnished bedroom &
bathroom in 3bdr apartment. Please call
372-7675 for details about this great
deaillllllll
12-8-2-4
2br/1 ba apt-deck-pool-quiet neighb. SPA SPACIOUS.
CIOUS. SPACIOUS. No deposit cats OK. $350 for two
ppl. Call 336-9731, 392-0011 & ask fr
Barb. 12-13-5-4
Sublease spacious 2BR/1 1/2 ba town townhouse,
house, townhouse, sweet location, $390/mo.-no de deposit.
posit. deposit. avail ASAP. Call 377-3208. Leave
Message. 12-13-5-4.
Free from Dec. 19th to 31 Sublet for
spring 1 blk from UF Ibd/furn $275/mo
375-1392. 12-11-3-4
Own bed/bath in 2bed/2bath furnished
mobile home. No lease. Close to campus.
Call John 335-9975. 12-13-5-4
F NS own room & bath w/ huge walk-in
closet $175 a month & 1/2 the utilities.
Near UF, Jan. or sooner. Marsha 373-
9367 (keep trying). 12-13-4-4
Sublet Dec. 28, 2bdrm/Ibath w/ central
heat/ac, pool. 1 mile to campus 373-3605.
12-12-3-4
S2OO REBATE: Stoneridge Apts. Sublet
2bdr/2ba all appliances. Avail late Dec.
Rent Jan-July 90. $479/mo. 335-5115.
12-13-4-4
Ibr, furnished, avail now Colonial Manor
Apts., SW 2nd Ave. excellent locetion
$250/mo, $l5O dep., 1/1/90 7/3 /90
leave message, 336-0325. 12-12-3 4
OAK FOREST APTS. NEED TO SUBLET
bdrm in a furnished 4bdrm apt. $181.75 +
1/4 utilities/mo. Fireplace & wash/dryr.
Call Lisa 371 -4891.12-13-5-4
Village Park
French Quarter
Now Leasing For Spring
1 & 2 BR Fum/Unfum
3 Pools 3 Laundries
Flexible Leases
Close to Campus
Ceiling Fans
378-3771
9-4:30 M-F
999-1001 SW 16th-Ave.

SUBLEASE: HSE/APT
Moving home must sublet Jan-Aug in
Tree House Village. Own bdrm & bath in
turn apt. $175/mo, water paid, own
wash/dry, bus to UF/SFCC, 372-2248.
12-
LA MANCHA: Furnished, pool, TV, VCR,
walk to UF, own bdr. $2lO/mo. Jan thru
May. 378-3966. 12-13-4-4
Vizcaya Apts. Ibdr/Iba S3OO/mo 1-mo.
free, take over my lease from Jan 1- July
31. Call 374-9878. Last week to call I 12-
13-
Gainesville Garden Townhouses. M
needed to sublet own bedroom for spring.
Furnished, Across from UF. 188/mo. 371-
4224. 12-12-3-4
S ROOMMATES
BRANDYWINE: 1/2 mile to UF. Available
Jan Ist, Jacuzzi, weight room, large pool.
M/F, $250/mo for single furnished room.
376-3596 Dennis. 12-13-52-5
2 Female student roommates needed.
Walking distance to Campus for more info
call 378-7336 between 12:30 and 2 or
after 6pm. 12-13-22-5
N/S F Rmmt avail, now. Own room 2 bd/ba
Ig kitchen, wash/dry $l5O & 1/2 util. SW
area walk to UF/SHands. 377-2761 Iv
msg. 12-8-10-5
Brandywine M/F n/s share 2bd/Iba
$ 180/mo + 1/2 util. Dec-April. Call Gene
evenings 377-9669. 12-13-13-5
Roommate needed for Jan. Your own
bed/bth $225 + 1/2 util. Call Heidi 335-
6999 wkdays or 1-439-2281 Fri & Sat.
12-8-8-5.
F rmmt. needed to share 3bdrm. apt in
Spyglass, $230/mo, own bdrm + bath +
1/3 util. Leaving in Dec. Call 335-4828.
12-8-8-5
nice house private bdrm $l4O/month + 1/5
util, call 373-8816 leave message. 12-30-
2-5
2 private BRDS. (share bath) in spacious
4 BRD house, less than 1 mile from UF.
s2lo+ 1/4 utilities. 377-4465. 12-8-7-5
N/S F Own RM in very nice Apt near UF
and walk to Shands. $156.25/mo + 1/4
util 336-3834 leave message. 12-8-7-5
$3.00 matinees $2.50 twilight shows
starting between 4-6 pm
, $2.75 senior citizens
, & children 3-12
a $3.50 students evening (with 1.D.)
HARLEM NIGHTS (R) \
2:15 4:45 7:15 5:45
SHE DEVIL (PG-13)
, 2:45 5:15 7:45 10:00
, CRIMES it MISDEMEANORS
(PC 13)
2:30 5:00 7:15 0:30
Shows start tonite!
Midnight show* on Friday Saturday
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EASTERN FEDERAL THEATRES
[3702 NEWBERRY RD, 373-4277
Cinamas 3 5 4 $3.50 til 6 pm daily
Cinama # 1 *I.OO ALL SHOWS
SEX, LIES AND VIDEOTAPE (R)
520 7:30 9:40
Cinama 2 SI.OO ALL SHOWS
UNCLE BUCK (PC)
525 735 9:45
Cinama f 3
LOOK WHO'S TALKING (PC IS)
5:16-730- 9:45
Cinama #4
ALL DOGS CO TO HEAVEN (C)
6:16-7:15-9:15

ROOMMATES
Bivens South Condo beautiful lake/pool
view 3br/2bth fully furnished, all appli appliances.
ances. appliances. need serious N/S $220/mo. Neal
338-0675. 12-18-10-5.
Roommate needed 3bd/2ba 2 blocks from
law school S2OO/mo + 1/3 util 371-6765.
12-
LUXURIOUS OAKBROOK WALK Com Completely
pletely Completely furn, incl. housewares, wash &
dry, micro, night security walk to UF.
Need 1 or 2 F rmmts for 2br/2ba condo.
$2lO per person/share bdrm. S3BO per
person/own room. Free rent thru
12/31/89. Call Heather at 375-4541. 12-
13-
AAA OAKBROOK WALK CONDO AAA
Free rent thru 12/31/89. Walk to UF Need
1 or 2 male rmmts. for 2bdr/2ba apt. for
$2lO/mo. Wash/dry, micro, night security.
Call Steve 375-4541. 12-13-10-5
Fun, easy going, neat n/s F needed, Ox Oxford
ford Oxford Manor Apts, avail Dec 21 own
bdr/bth. Call Now Terri 377-8034. 12-8-
6-5
Own room & bath in NW 3/2 home near
YMCA. Fenced yard-free furn ( 1/3 Dec.
free) pet OK. $175/mo + 1/3 utl (dep) Call
Bonnie 373-7529. 12-8-5-5
Rmmts to share 3bdr/2ba house. 2-miles
to UF Porches, garage, near park,
wash/dry & more. $215/mo + 1/3 util 371-
0228. 12-8-5-5
F Rmmt for 4bdr/2ba condo by Oaks Mall.
Wash/dry security and furnished.
S2OO/mo + 1/4 util 335-4298. 12-13-B^s
Marchwood. Beautifully furnishedl
Washer and Dryerl Alarm system. Male or
Female call at 335-0199. 12-8-5-5
CHEAP RENT-Need dependable, neat
person to share 2bdrm apt. off Tower Rd.
$165 a mo. includes util. For more info call
375-2298 eve. 12-8-5-5
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roommates
F N/S rmmt to share large hse. in NW, dw,
cent H/AC, fireplace grad, student or pro professional
fessional professional prf. $225m + 1/2 util. Avail Jan
1 495-9023. 12-8-S-S
Do you want the Best? How about
own bdr/ba in fully furn luxury Apt close to
UF. jacuzzi wt/rm etc. avail now. Pete
373-6482. 12-8-5-S.
Need 5 tenants to share 3bd/3ba at Rock Rockwood
wood Rockwood Villas. 225/mo w/o .lease, 175/mo
w/yrs lease. Avail Jan. F pref 375-1477
Ive. mess. 12-8-5-5
Helpl I need out of my lease. Own room in
2bd/1 ba A BRANDYWINE A apt. I will pay
Jan. rent and you can keep my dep. 336-
4362. 12-8-5-5.
F N/S to share 4 bdr/2ba house in Sping
Tree $165/mo + 1/4 util Call 371-1094 Ask
for Michell or leave message. 12-13-8-5
Summit House walk to UF. Own bd in 2bd.
S2OO + 1/2 Util. 336-8434. 12-8-5-5
Own MSTR bdrm/bath in 3bdr/2ba apt.
Close to UF. $l6O/mo + 1/3 util. Free 6pc.
couch. Avail. Dec. 21. Call 375-2956. 12-
8-5-S
F n/s to share 2bdr/1 1/2 ba apt, w/d, ac,
d/w. S2OO/mo + 1/2 util 3mi from Shands,
avail Jan 1. Serious student pref. 335-
5619. 12-8-5-5
FRENCH QUARTER
F/M needed, own room, half
rent. Call 335-9133.

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ROOMMATES
Wjlliamsburg Vill. Walk to UF. F N/S
needed for Spring. Own bdm in 3bdm/2ba
apt. $l7O/mo. & 1/3 util. Rita 376-2417.
12-12-5-5
GWM-looking for neat resp. non-smoker
to share apt., own bd/bath. 1/2 util. & SIOO
mth. Call 332-5017 after six pm. 12-12-
5-5
F rmmt. needed for Brandywine. 2bdr/2ba
apt., close to campus, complex has aero aerobics,
bics, aerobics, wt. rm, jaccuzzi, pool, $250/mo.
378-9175. 12-13-6-5
OXFORD MANOR M rmmt. share 2br/2ba
ft 1/2 utility, move in today or Jan 1, Dec.
FREE. $240 month call Joe 375-2565.
12-12-5-5
PhD candidate seeks serious student for
housemate, own room ft bath, parking,
quiet. 11:30 5 372-0912. 12-12-5-5
m/f NO SECURITY req. $175/mo. ft 1/2
utilities 2 bedrooms/1 1/2 bath townhouse
move in Jan 1 Pinnacle pt. Apts. Call
335-5160. 12-11-4-5
Rmmt. needed for end of Dec 2bdr/Iba in
Gatorwood Apt. No pets or Drugs.
$197.50/mo. ft 1/2 util. Dave 336-7654.
12-13-6-5
2,3, or 4 M to share 3br/2ba furnished
house spring sem. 5 min. walk to UF. $l5O
share room, $250 own room ft util. 335-
9875, or 377-0097. 12-12-5-5

ROOMMATES
LAKEWOOD VILLAS, F Rmmt 4 spacious
apt in Jan or late Dec next 2 pool ft fine
Amen. $2lO/mo. own brm ft 1/3 util. 335-
1381orlvmsg. 12-8-4-5
N/S M/F own bdrm in 3bdrm/2 1/2 bath at
In The Pines. Jan-May $l9O ft 1/4 util.
Call 336-6844. 12-11-5-5
F Have own bdrm/ba in full furn Gator Gatorwood
wood Gatorwood apt. All this ft 2 very considerate
N/S roommates. $230/mo ft 1/3 util. Call
376-1421. 12-11-5-5
M/F needed ASAP in 2bdrm/2ba apt in
Brandywine. Clean ft Furnishedyour
room has queen size bed. $275/mo. John
378-3836. 12-13-7-5
ROCKWOOD VILLAS N/S M/F needed for
Spring own bdr/ba $225/mo + 1/3 util 335-
1976. 12-13-10-5
Sublet house 1 blk to UF 4b/2b own rm
cent ac/ht/ceiling fans, micro, furn except
rm. 2 F N/S $175 ft 1/4 util. 336-8324 Iv
msg. 12-8-3-5
Roommate for spacious apt. 1/4 mi. from
UF. Wash/dry, $175/mo. Call Marc 378-
9594, 4-6 pm best. 12-13-6-5
WINDMEADOWS Avail. Jan thru May, 2
N/S M/F Students to share Mster Bdr
$ 150/mo ft 1/3 util. Amy 336-0530.
LAKEWOOD m/f 3br wash/dry 200 + 1/3
utilities 336-7450. 12-13-5-5

ROOMMATES
Save $. 100% furnished apt/condo.
Walk to UF need 1 or 2 n/s m rmmts for
own bd/ba wash/dry in apt. John 376-
4244. 12-13-5-5
IIIIROOMMATE NEEDED own bdrm only
sl3omo + 1/4 utilities close to UF also
queen H2O bed must sell. Now SIOO obo
call now 373-8329. 12-11-3-5
Hawaiian Village own bd in 3bd/2ba apt.
pool, laundry, close to UF. $l4O + 1/3 util.
No pets 371-8050 Sybil. 12-12-4-5
M/F n/s own room in large 4 bdrm apt,
Pinetree Gardens, tennis court, pool. Call
Alan at 335-2313, or leave message. 12-
8-2-5
Own bdr in 3bdr house. Fenced yard pets
ok. Lrg living space. Nice neighborhood.
Bdr furn avail. Off 13th St. SIBO/mo. 377-
1914. 12-13-4-5
MALE N/S to share masterbdr. $145/mo
& 1/4 util. 1/2 Jan free, can move in before
break. Leave message. Tim. 373-4489.
12-
M N/S own room in 3bd/2bt at March Marchwood!
wood! Marchwood! Washer/dryer, dishwasher.
S2OO/mo plus 1/3 util. Call 335-4730. 12-
13-
BRANDYWINE: 2bdr/2bth, furn, next to
pool/jacuzzi. Need F rmmt. 1/3 util.
$175/mo (neg.). Call Marcie 373-2587.
12-13-4-5 __
SPYGLASS own bed/bath in 3bdr,
dish/washer/dryer, $250/mo. M/F NS for
spring or sooner. Call Mark 336-6934.
12-13-4-5
N/S roommate needed for own bdrm/ba.
Only $135/mo + 1/2 util. Call Jeff at 335-
0563. 12-13-5-5

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trade Michel Jaffe

ACROSS
1 Spring
happening
5 Arroyos
relative
9 Golfing name
of fame
14 Lasso
15 Lendl of tennis
16 Liquid measure,
in Leeds
17 Nimbus
18 Money in
Milano
19 Once more
20 Sounds like:
gymnastics
equipment
22 Sounds like:
every evening
24 Capp s
Abner"
25 More inquisitive
27 High-five
29 Alias, for short
32 Wail hanging
35 Bashful
36 Relish
38 Collar
attachment
39 Between
40 A tenth part
41 Coterie
44 Jargon
45 United
46 Bears
49 Evening event
50 Top notch
53 Sounds like:
horse laughs
58 Sounds like:
prerogative
60 Greek colony,
of old
61 Robe for Cato
63 Webster
64 North, in Nuevo
Laredo
65 Hessian river
66 Rater, Paul and
Mary, e.g.
67 Get ready to
propose
68 Act
69 Scullers needs
DOWN
1 Setline
2 Lovely woman
3 Eliots cruelest
month

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1989, ALLIGATOR.

4 Free from
5 The 28th
President
6 St. Thomas, St.
Croix etc.,
for short
7 Somewhat
gloomy
8 Vapidly
9 Cinder
10 Almost
11 L, cest
moi"
12 Seed cover
13 Contradict
21 Grinds the teeth
23 Savings acct.
26 Sixties
political
org.
27 Yesterdays
roast today
28 Hymnals
relative
29 Name for three
English rivers
30 King
31 Transportation
for Jason
32 Counter
tenor

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ROOMMATES
N/S F responsible, friendly grad or prof
share w 1. Comfortable house porch &
study. Near campus $175 & util. Avl late
Dec. 335-7936. 12-12-3-5
Roommate wanted 2bd mobile home in
Windmeadows Park avl Jan 1. Rent $l4O
plus utls, first & last month up front. Rob Robert
ert Robert 338-0375. 12-13-4-5
N/S, ownroom in 3/2 house w/wash &dry.
Pets ok, fenced yard. $l3O & 1/3 util. Call
Nancy or Greg at 374-9781. 12-13-4-5
For Jan 1, M/F Roommate Needed For
3Bd/3Ba. Have'Own Bd/Ba For Only
$226.50 A month At Spyglass. Call Chris
At 336-1664. 12-13-4-5
3 n/s F responsible/fun rmmts.
sllO/mo. & 1/4 ut. 1/2 mi fr UF. Avail, spr.
2bd/2ba in Gatorwood.
Beth/Sherry/Marcy 376-1122. 12-13-4-5
M/F needed for spring/summer semester,
own room, fireplace, great location, I.Si I.Similes
miles I.Similes from campus, $162 & 1/2 util. Paul
335-5555. 12-13-4-5
F N/S Fun and Sociable person wanted
for own room in spacious apt. Furn excp
bedroom. $l2O month & 1/5 utilities. Killer
Deal I 332-7549 leave message.
F n/s to share NEW FURN 2bdr/2ba w/
wash, dry, a/c, cable, dishwasher & more.
$225 8 1/2 util. 335-5962. Near UF. 12-
Two rooms available, house NW Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. pets ok, M or F, $lB5 per mon. first
month and deposit. Susan 371-7834. 12-
13-4-5
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33 Check
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37 "Lucky Jim
author
41 Wore
42 Part of
a soap
43 Rocky hill
47 Applicability
48 Prize
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ROOMMATES
Oak Forest 3bdrm town house, Master,
own bath, walk-in closet, furnished,
washer/dryer, J/1 st. $220/mo & 1/3 utili utilities.
ties. utilities. 336-4587. 12-13-6-5
YOUR OWN ROOM! In The Pines M/F,
2bdr/1 1/2 ba, S2OO/mo & 1/2 util. Tim
377-5093 Iv. msg. 12-8-3-5
Need fem/ns rmmte, prefer grad stu, for
spr/sum in large twnhse, quiet area, own
rm/bth, fully furn. S2OO + 1/2 ut. 376-
5907. 12-13-5-5
F rmmt needed for own bedroom in Land Landmark
mark Landmark Apts $207/mo. Price negotiable Jan
1-June 1 call 378-2919. 12-12-4-5
Quiet M/F NS needed for own room near
Butler Plaza for Spring. slso/mo. + 1/2
util. Mature, studious pref. 375-4536. 12-
13-5-5
F rmmt to share 4bdr/2ba house. Own bdr
$l5O + 1/4 util. Directly behind Norman,
ftvail now. 372-6671 after 4pm. Jenni Jennifer.
fer. Jennifer. 12-8-2-5
Own bedroom and bath in quiet comfort comfortable
able comfortable Country House central air and heat.
Screened porch, furnished only 15 min to
UF. 338-1684. 12-13-5-5
Polos: M/F own bd/ba + 1/3 util. $233/mo
wash/dryer, furnished except bdr. Call
335- or 335-7656. 12-13-5-5
Mature rmmt: m/f n/s. Grad preferred.
Must be neat & quiet. $162.50 + 1/2 util.
Col. Oaks apts. Call 335-6277 after spm.
12-8-2-5
Great Place: N/S M/F rmmt to share
2bd/Iba duplex behind Norman Hall. Dec.
free. $137/mo + 1/2 util. Avail 12/15 373-
6416. 12-13-5-5
Wanted: M/F student for own room in apt.
Available immediately. 140/mo + 1/3 util.
Close to campus. Call 372-3811 in morn mornings.
ings. mornings. 12-11-3-5
GET SIOO OFF JAN RENTI M rmmt
needed for spr sem in OXFORD MANOR
to share 2bdr/2bth w/neat, resp. stdn.
Rent only $230/mo + 1/2 util. Rich 375-
0289. 12-11-3-5
N/S f/m for 2bdr/2 1/2 ba condo in Casa Casablanca
blanca Casablanca West, furnished, wash/dryer. Jan-
Aug. $260/mo + 1/2 util. 335-2593.
12-13-5-5
ROCKWOODI M n/s own rm furn in
2b/2ba twnhse at $250/mo & 1/2 utls. & M
n/s to shr 3b/3ba hse at SIBO/mo & 1/4
utls. w/d, pool & tennis. Immed. occ. Call
336- Iv msg. 12-13-4-5
Pinetree Garden rmmt. needed to share
3bdr/2bath apt. Own bdr $l7O/mo & 1/3
util. N/S only. Call 336-1406 for Spring
semester. 12-13-4-5
SHARE 3bdr in woods dead end rd 8
blocks to UF m/f n/s pref. $l5O/mo + util
small dep no pets MUST SEE 377-6817.
12-13-5-5
Roommate needed for spring sem. In the
Pines 3bdr/2 1/2 ba 200/mo + 1/3 util
372-1287 Iv. msg. 12-13-5-5
ROOMMATE WANTED:
M/F;S/NS; own room/bath $220/mo +l/2
iftil 375-0097. 12-13-5-5
F Rmmt to share Apt in Oxford Manor.
Own bdr/ba S2OO/mo + 1/3 util. 372-2493.
12-12-4-5
2 M/F rmmts needed to share 3bdr/2bth
condo for spring sem, includes wash/dry
etc, only SIOO/mo + 1/3 util. Call Hung
395-8503. 12-13-5-5

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1 Female to share 2bd/Iba half furnished
180 mo + 1/2 util. 1/2 mile to UF. SW
area Call Megan 374-8780. 12-13-5-5
4br,2ba, house across from O Dome, full
kitchen, wa/dr, $145 + 1/4 util m/ns
needed, 204 NW 20th Dr. 376-3170. 12-
13-5-5
Room & Bath in NE house N/S Cent ht/ac,
wash/dry no lease $195/mo + 1/2 util Call
Dave after 6pm at 378-4698. 12-13-5-5
OXFORD MANOR Own bd/ba $195/mo or
share rm/ba $l6O/mo. 3bd/3ba, furnished
apt. wash/dry. Start Jan. 335-4261. 12-
13-5-5
6 FOR SALE
MICRO CENTER/Computers 376-1146
PC Magazine Editors Choice IBM Compat Compatibles.
ibles. Compatibles. AT W/20 MB hardisk & monitor
$1295. XT W/30 MB & monitor $895. Word
Perfect 5.0 $135. Best prices on other
items too. Visa/MC 12-13-77-6
CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS is the old oldest,
est, oldest, best end lowest priced car stereo
store In town 372-2070, 2201 NW 13 St.
12-13-77-6
CDCS computers, PC word processor
$599, mice $59, trade up to EGA, VGA,
new, used, reapirs SAVE I 818 W Univ
338-0378. 12-13-76-6
Sherwood Pioneer Technics home or car
stereo. Over 25 brands in stock. We beat
all prices. 373-3754 Audio Outlet. 12-13-
76-6
SUPERB QUALITY Cotton/foam core
FUTONS w/sofa/bed/lounge convert
frames. Starting at ONLY $2lB. Matt 378-
9495 12-13-76-6
CLEARANCE SALE many items to
choose from. Jewelry, TVs, cameras,
VCRs, etc. Best Jewelry & Loan Pawn Pawnshop.
shop. Pawnshop. Sale is on till everythings gonel
12-13-21-6
PRIME UF LOCATIONI 15 room house
good conditionl Earn while you learn
and/or INVEST RENTED. $130,000 376-
6652. 12-13-18-6
COMPUTER
Packard Bell 686 computer 286 12 Mhz,
40 mb hd, 14* flat screen monochrome,
DOS 3.3, Microsoft Works, 4 months on onsite
site onsite included in Iyr. warranty. Only $1389.
Call ELITE Computer Systems. 335-
1300. 12-13-15-6
BRAND NAME COMPUTERS
As low as $25/mo no $ down
FREE Catalogue over 50,000
customers 1-800-825-7283
12-13-13-6
Bargains on clothes, furniture & house household
hold household items. Weeks Flea Market, Sat &
Sun, 3 mi. W of Newberry, Co. Rd. 2085.
472-2061. 12-13-9-6
BASKETBALL SEASON TICKETS. 2
seats, level 3. Call Dave 407-422-5631
days, 407-273-5145 eves. 12-13-9-6
Word Processor, complete: 2 floppy
drives, 24 x 80 screen, detchable keybd,
daisy printer, data compat. w/IBM pc S6OO
374-8703. 12-13-8-8
ENTIRE bedroom set. In great shape for
a great pricel Call 372-8820. 12-8-5-6
Sofabed, swivel and papsan chairs,
wickerstand, dresser drawers, nightstand,
lamps..
Price Negotiable. 371-3976. 12-8-5-6

FOR SALE
Atari 1040 ST Computer with Color moni monitor
tor monitor and Panasonic printer For Only $990
call 375-0571. 12-8-5-6
Schwinn Prelude 21 in. with Paramount
computer, suntour components and ac accessories
cessories accessories included. Asking S3OO Call
Amie 335-5334. 12-12-7-6
Graduating, must sell everything, dining,,
living room & bedroom sets, desk, lamps,
kitchen appliances & more. Call 332-
8329. 12-8-4-6
4 piece bedroom set FOR SALE I bed, 5
drawer dresser, night table and desk. All
4 pieces for SIOO. Will also sell separate.
Please call Karen 335-1696. 12-11-5-6
Grad sale: queen sz. bd, wht. dresser, 2
end tables, coffee table, wht. desk with
shelves attached, wall-unit, wicker shelf.
Call 376-6192. 12-8-4-6
Honda Elite Scooter 150 cc 6 weeks old
only 62 miles on it. Full 1 year warranty
not a Flaw on it, must sell, financial crisis.
$1495 obo. Call Jay at 336-8777. 12-13-
7-6
Peugeot/triathlon racing bike 60cm,
w/shoes, helmet, gloves only S3OO call
378-6824. Mint condition for good racing.
12-12-5-6
Pr. 10 speeds w/child seats, $65 ea/ SIOO
pr., Man's leather jacket L/XL $75 obo;
rugs 6X9/ $25, 9 X 12/ $35 obo. 332-
4976. 12-11-4-6
CAR ALARM installed, remote control,
any car truck or van. Fully guaranteed.
Will demo. Call 336-9193 Iv. message.
12-8-3-6
New turbo xt 640 k, mono-graphics moni monitor,
tor, monitor, 2-360 k drives, 2ser/2par/1 gm port,
84-kbd, clk/cal S7OO. Hard drv opt. Kevin
372-5158. 12-8-3-6
Alpine 7273 car radio $275, Kenwood
pullout SIOO, Kenwood FQ $75, Nikon EM
camera w/3 lenses S3OO, Konica Tele Telephoto
photo Telephoto lens SSO, and 17 Ft. boat w/ Merc.
$115,336-6373. 12-13-6-6
SOFA-92* navy-very comfortable S3O
obo, 2 end tbls. sls for both, 25* color TV
SSO obo. Call Sheri 335-5481 must sell by
12/15. 12-12-5-6
Couch w/ matching chair-great conditionl
SIBO obo. Dresser $45 great for dorm
room I Call Christie 377-0828. 12-13-6-6
2 6 ft. couches, S7O; coffee table, S3O;
end table, $25; entertainment center SSO,
Call 335-6146. 12-11-4-6
Cannondale bike with capagnolo hard hardware,
ware, hardware, Avocet cyclometer, mauic rims and
sew-ups. Must sell quick asking S4OO, will
deal 475-5185. 12-8-3-6
2 15 min pros series m+m subwoofers,
3- professional monitors, with 12in
polypropolene woofers, never used still in
boxes 376-9193. 12-11 -3-6
COLORADO BARGAIN!
Airline ticket for sale:
one-way, TAMPA-DENVER
Dec. 20. only $l5O Call 395-6607 12-12-
4-
WASHER & DRYER
Look new, very good conditionl
Must sell, move out of town
Ask S4OO obo Call Alex 378-3395.
12-13-5-6
Samsung amberscreen S7O, mono/cga
video card SSO, combo SIOO. Multi-fduc Multi-fduction
tion Multi-fduction i/o card w/game printer, rs-232 A
floppy control ports & clock w/battery S4O
call Keith at 395-7100. 12-12-4-6

FOR SALE
Roundtrip Airline from Gville to Syracuse
NY leaves Dec. 21 Returns Dec. 30. Josh
371-4621 or 378-1389. Must Sell Neg.
12-13-5-6
PRINTER
PANASONIC 1124
24 pin dot matrix printer.
Only $329 from Elite 335-1300. 12-13-5-
6
Complete bedroom set, bike and TV. All
in good condition. Must sell. Call Anne
377-5150. Price negotiable. 12-13-5-6
Great Prices: King sz Waterbed w/heater
& side padding (50% motionless), white
dresser, nightstandl Wendy 378-4952.
12-12-4-6
BED. Twinsize Like new. Paid $l3O, sell
for S7O. Billy 336-4331. 12-8-2-6
Great Condo, great location. Energy effi efficient
cient efficient 2bd/2 1/2 ba furnished. Southfork
Oaks $48,900 373-4347. 12-13-5-6
New AT imb ram, 30mb hard, 12mhz,
mono, I.2mb floppy, dos, software, war warranty,
ranty, warranty, SI3OO. Sim XT SI,OOO. 376-2557
or 377-2235. 12-13-5-6

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FOR SALE
QUEEN BED for sale. Mattress and box
spring. Good condition, SBO obo. Aida
372-1498 or 373-7013. Iv msg before 4pm.
12-12-4-6
LOOK! Vector 3 radar detector. Best on
the mraket. Also, Wilson Sting 2 tennis
racket. Call Mark 336-4500.12-13-5-6
MENS Mountain Bike. Must sell SSO Good
condition 375-1907. 12-11-3-6
MOPED very-well maintained S4OO.
FUTON couch/bed with mohogany frame
$l5O. Ask for Frank, leave message 335-
0688. 12-11-3-6
CANNONDALE ATB 900 SERIES like
new suntour equipped small-med frame
$650 obo ask for Don or Kym 377-2411.
CANNONDALE shimano 105, 63cm, ex.
shape, many extras. S4OO obo. 45 gal.
Marine AQUARIUM, wet/dry filter, coral,
fish many extras. $350 obo. Call 373-
1797. 12-13-5-6
Mountain Bike and Beach Cruiser. Each
new. Must sell. Asking $225 to $350. Need
cash will deal. Call 332-0940. 12-13-4-6
Trek 770 Campy sr 54cm. Great racing
bike SI3OO originally, asking S4OO. Reyn Reynolds
olds Reynolds 531 frame. 371-9650. 12-13-4-6



FOR SALE
living room furn.
must sell quickly because of graduation,
$l5O neg. for entire suite. Call Robert at
336-7847. 12-12-3-6
Wall unit/entertainment ctr. SSO; coffee
table $25; beige velor chair* $25 each/S4O
pr.; butcher block dinette table $25 obo.
Mark
336-9116. 12-12-3-6
Queen size waterbed light-stain pine pinewood
wood pinewood padded rails, good condition $75.
Call Karen 373-1982 leave message. 12-
12-3-6
Must sell by Dec. 16: 2 large, reclining
wicker-sided chairs w/cushions $25 each;
matching sofa-bed SSO; am/fm stereo w/
turn table, 2 spkrs sls; wicker lamp sls.
All obo 375-4620. 12-13-4-6
HEAD tennis racquet sale
Comp. Pro S6O Magnum Pro $55
thermo cover & strings included
Call 378-6610. 12-13-4-6
Must sell- full bed, couch, loveseat,
dresser, 2 desks, and entertainment cen center.
ter. center. Best offer. Call 336-6770. leave mes message.
sage. message. 12-11-2-6
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5 MIN WALK TO UFI 1133 SW 9TH R(L.
3bdr/lba, dw, ceil, fans, laundry hook-up,
1350 sf, no assum. mtg. SS9K 376-0928
Beth. 12-13-10-7
8 MOTORCYCLES
4 SALE 83 SUZUKI 250 street bike exc.
cond. low mile $450 inc. helmet. Call Tim
372-2598 leave message please. 12-8-5-
8
Honda 1980 CM 400-Looks and runs
great. New tires, chain, and battery. $425
080. 336-4208. 12-8-3-8
Scooter Honda Elite. 250 2-pass sl2 a
year to Park anywhere. Great XMAS pres present.
ent. present. Cover full frontage helmet 335-6842.
12-13-5-8
1986 Kawasaki NINJA 600 R. 9K miles.
Yoshimura header, very clean, rusn
strong. Incl. helmet. Call Doug 395-7904.
12-11-3-8
Honda Rebel 450 -1 year old, only 3000
miles, excellent conditionl incl wind windshield,
shield, windshield, engine guard, morel S2OOO/obo
372-2327. 12-13-5-8
750 Honda Interceptor V-4 red and white
Very Fast Must sell by Thurs. Asking
$llOO obo. This is a steal. Call 332-6459.
12-8-2-8

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The Un-Apartments!
Built as townhouses, but
rent as apartments
Convenient to University of Florida,
1 shopping, and dining
' 1 Responsive on-site management
1 or 2 bedroom townhouses, fully
carpeted
Well equipped kitchens
LANDMARK Furnished or unfurnished
APARTMENTS Extra large closets
1111 SW 16th AVENUE and laundry centers,
372-6535 Study basketball and More
Pets welcome

MOTOCYCLES
1986 YAMAHA FZ-600 Custom Paint.
Hurt knee must sell S2IOO obo Call Jeff at
378-7701. 12-13-5-8
83 HONDA 250 Custom excellent running
condition new tires, clutch, brakes $450
377-8510. 12-12-4-8
1988 Tomos Moped, ex. cond., low miles.
$350 obo. 335-7402 Iv. message.
9 AUTOS
Honda-Bl Wagon, original owner, (for (former
mer (former prof.) automatic, air, stereo, 25mpg,
$2200 obo, after 5 + wknds 377-7633.
12-13-11-9.
87 Mazda truck 5 sp SES silver bed liner
back window cloth seat great gas mileage
$4785 332-1748. 12-13-10-9
76 BMW 2002 Good body, sunroof, am/fm
tape, 4-speed, asking $2300.372-1976 or
377-9846. 12-8-6-9
80 mazda 626 2 door, 5 spd, great: a/c,
paint, body, int, am/fm cass, must sell)
Sacrifice at $895 call Nick 373-9676. 12-
6-5-9
GREAT COLLEGE CAR. BUICK ELEC ELECTRA
TRA ELECTRA 1979. GREAT AIR. CALL 335-7469
ASK FOR JAY. 12-8-5-9
1988 Ford Mustang LX convertible, red,
loaded, excellent cond., 30,000 mi.
$10,700,371-6884. 12-8-4-9
1973 VW van nice interior, new tires,
clutch, brakes. Rebuilt engine...nothing
can go wrong, new everything. $1895
Obo. 373-4201. 12-8-4-9
1972 VW Van camper: brakes, tires, body
- ok interior good. Old reliable* NEED to
sell. $975. 373-7820. 12-8-3-9
74 camaro red w/ black stripe 350 4 barrel
automatic chrome wheel a/c buckets
tinted windows high performance, best
offer. 371-0394. 12-12-5-9
2 1970 MG Midgets new paint, excellent
cond., needs some motor work, SI6OO for
both 375-1428. 12-12-5-9
Mercury Zephry 1980. 4-door, A/C am/fm
auto trans. 1-owner good cond. depend dependable
able dependable transportaion. SI,OOO obo 332-3514.
12-13-5-9
83 Buick Skylark 83K miles pw, pd, good
sereo, cold air, tint, deluxe interior, most
scrv records sllooobo Aron 371-4563.
12-11-3-9
1988 Ford Mustang LX convertible, red,
loaded, excellent cond., 30,000 mil
$10,700 obo. 371-6884. 12-13-7-9

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AUTOS
79 Mercury Capri 5 sp, hatchbac good
cond, am/fm case, new tires, rebuilt, en engine
gine engine runs great, Must sell soon $975 obo,
336-6591 eves. 12-13-5-9
83 Nissan Pulsar NX Turbo. 5 sp, air,
sunroof, stereo. Good cond, runs well
$3199. Black Peugeot 10 speed bike $99.
377-0593
82 HONDA ACCORD 4dr,ssp GOOD
COND ac/stereo. Asking $2500 395-
9633. Car can be seen on campus. 12-
13-5-9
B6 Ford Ranger-6 cyl, red, excel, cond.,
new tires, vinyl bed cover, 59,000 miles.
Call 336-1685. 12-13-4-9
85 Chrysler Learon. Mint condition,
31,000 miles, SSOOO 080. Call Tina 372-
6511. 12-13-4-9
1977 Nova $525 obo. 335-1460. 12-12-
3-9
1971 240 Z Sharpl White with new tires,
rear brakes, rebuilt engine in excellent
condition, great sports car. $2200 obo.
377-3804. 12-13-4-9
BS Lynx, 4-speed, 2-door, a/c, am/fm
cassette, must sell, sacrifice S3OOO obo,
call Paul 335-5555. 12-13-4-9
10 WANTED
Local Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzies Fine
Jewelry 373-9243. 12-13-77-10
WANTED model, around sft, 135 lbs, fe female
male female for photographing with car, half
hour. Will pay. Call 375-8710. 12-13-4-
10
WANTED 1987,88 or 89 Olds 98 Regency
Brougham for half hour photographing.
Will pay. Call 375-8710. 12-13-4-10
11 SERVICES
NW Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
near Oaks Mall area, sxsto 10 x2O from
S2O, 10% disc, to students. 332-8917.
12-13-77-11
BREAD & ROSES
ABORTIONS
1233 NW 10th Ave.
372-1664
MC/VISA/lnsurance
Free Pregnancy Test
12-
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Get confidential testing and treatment at
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 12-
13-
AAA STORAGE
Close to UF, Convenient
4x4x4 sls/mo
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533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771
12-13-77-11
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Llc/lns. Harry/Bill 374-4791.12-13-77-11

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Health Center
720 NW 23rd Avenue
377-5055
ABORTION
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COUNSELING
Female Practitioners
Full range of
gynecology services
Non-profit for 14 years.
12-13-75-11
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM les lessons
sons lessons A boarding A woodser facilities A
hay rides A trails A sales A working stu students
dents students accepted. 466-3224, 375-8080.
12-13-69-11 __
TERMPAPER HELPER
Writing, research. Fast, reasonable
prices. 800-331-9783, ext. 999.
12-13-45-11
MOVING^
SUNBELT MOVING*
Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.
1-Item House full. Loeal/Lng dist.
Lic/lns. Priced for Studentsl Marty 375-
MOVE. 12-13-17-11
MOVING?
Resourceful student w/full size truck will
beat any price in town. 336-9461. 12-13-
30-11
Free poster with any glamour photo ses session
sion session for Christmas. Makes a great gift.
Call Bill Horne photographer 377-6583.
12-8-11-11
Free posterl Be photographed by interna internationally
tionally internationally known photographer Bill Horne for
Christmas. Glamour photo makes a great
gift. Call 377-8583 for free consultation.
12-8-11-11
Wisdom Tooth, dental problems, call H.T.
Gonsoulin. DDS. Removal (4) wisdom
teeth one sitting $350, 372-9521. 12-13-
12-11
MOPED CITY
Pick up/ Drop/off... 1/2 off now.
12-13-9-11
Rocky Creek Farms
Horses boarded-pasture & stalls. Located
on 45 ac. jumps + ring close to town 462-
SI 27 462-4311. 12-13-10-11
MOVING
Reasonable Rates Fast, Friendly, Effi Efficient,
cient, Efficient, Dont Lift A Finger. Ken 373-5266.
12-13-9-11
NAILS, NAILS, NAILSI Call A STARR A
Dynamic Nails, full set 22.50 12-13-8-11
Is WAITING part of student life? Not at PC
lab. You walk in. You do your work. You
leave. Need help? 372-8500. 12-11-5-11
Need Help Moving?
Students Moving Students Fast, Reliable.
Call Erick 378-0562. 12-13-6-11
AAA DYNAMIC NAILS AAA
- We do it all! Acrylics, Gels, Silkwraps,
Manicures, Airbrushing. Come to the
salon where you have a choice. 7 nail
techs to serve you. Full sets $24.99.
ALSO
AAA SKIN CARE by KARIN
Highly experienced with facials and wax waxing
ing waxing and problem skin. Make your appt.
today for beautiful nails and skin for the
holidays. 378-2200. 12-13-4-11
TYPING 7
12 SERVICES
Typing and wordprocessing. Quality
work, fast results, reasonable rates; de dependable,
pendable, dependable, personal service. Call Tara
332-1489. 12-11
3-77-12
Typing/Word processing
reasonable, quality copy, near campus,
377-8175. Days only.
12-13-77-12
YOU WRITE, WE TYPE
Business A Legal A Personal reports
term papers A Typeset resume A Etc.
GVie Handicapped Typing
. 378-7179.
, 12-13-77-12

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8,1989, ALLIGATOR,

TYPING SERVICES
Typing A reports A business A legal A
resumes A cassettes transcribed A appli applications
cations applications A letters A notary Aetc. Available
24 hours/7 days/372-2777. 12-13-77-
12
Typing SI.OO pg. min. $5.00. Reports,
Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List.
WCS 917 NW 13th-373-9822. 12-13-76-
12
MICRO CENTER/Typing 376-1146.
Typing sl.sopg A Resumes $6 A Laser
Typeset Graphics A spelling/grammar
check A theses A papers A legal A
math/greek foreign characters A .proof
reading A employment A databases A
mailmerge A training A self service,
Word Perfect specialist. Visa/MC. 12-13-
75-12
Word Processing. Typing, Bkkping & No Notary.
tary. Notary. Grad school exp. Prof quality 15 yrs
exp. Spelling ckd. NW section. Dawn 332-
3913. 12-13-51-12
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Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near
campus. Dependable, quality service.
Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol
373-4464. 12-13-33-12
BJs 24 hour wordprocessing service. Re Reports,
ports, Reports, resumes, cover letters and more.
Call 336-8535. Calls returned ASAP. 12-
13-31-12
TYPING 371-6435
Word Perfect, spell checked
$1.50 a page & up, $5.00 minimum
Term papers, reports, letters, etc.
12-13-19-12
Typing A Laser Typesetting
resumes reports letters etc.
376-5465 A 3500 W. Univ Ave.
Alachua Word Processing
12-13-18-12
TYPESET
Resumes, class projects, etc. Highest
Quality. Phone 371-9570. 12-11-15-12
TYPING near Butler Plaza $1.25 and up.
373-8387. 12-13-15-12
Ace Typist, legal sec., editor, IBM
wordprocessor, wants your thesis, di£
ertation, paper. Quality guar. Local # 475-
1638. 12-13-14-12
WORD PROCESSING
Resumes A Theses A Reports A Legal
Laser Printing Meg 376-3515.
12-
WORD PROCESSING Near Campus. Call
372-1399 after 4:15, ask for Rick. 12-13-
10-12
Great Typingl English maj/ret. court rptr
19 yrs exper. legal/medical Excel,
spellg/proofg From $1.25 Call Jill
377-9908. 12-13-9-12
IBM comp. WP 5.0, laser printer,
legal/medical terminology, reports & the theses.
ses. theses. Paper. 378-2034. 12-13-8-12
TYPING Need something typed but short
on time? Prices neg, pick up & delivery
avail Call 377-1610 if no ans Iv msg. 12-
13-
3 blks frm UF: FREE proof-spell-edi
when I wp your paper/project/survey/the paper/project/survey/thesis/resume;
sis/resume; paper/project/survey/thesis/resume; day-nt-wknd, lo rates 37 '&
8703 Ira. 12-13-8-12
TYPING NEAR UF
Word Perfect-spell check-guaranteed-
Ripp 376-3649, Beau 371-7923. 12-13-
5-12
Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable
service. Masters in English will check
spelling and edit. 24 hrs. 373-1937.
13 HELP WANTED
AVOW 375-8967
Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.
Benefits Insurance. 12-13-77-13
EARN $35
This Week For New Donors
with this ad (or your plasma donations.
Open 7 days/ wk. Free parking. Serving
you since 1969. Call or stop by Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Plasma Donor Center. 238 SW 4th
Ave. 378-9431. Mon. Fri. 8-7, Sat.
8-2, closed Sun. 12-13-21-13
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1, ALLIGATOR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8,1989

HELP WANTED
EARN SIOO MONTH
For your plasma donations. Our fully au automated
tomated automated system is safer and faster than
manual centers. Air conditioned Spe Special
cial Special bonus with this ad Call for appoint appointment.
ment. appointment.
Alpha Plasma Center
M-F 9:30-5:30-Sat 9:30-2:30
9 SW Ist St. 378-9204
12-13-22-13
ACRYLIC APPLICATOR
WE TRAIN Full/Part Time
A $9.50 hr general labor
A $13.00 hr mgmt.(entry level)
A Franchise available
Call Mr. Green
813-886-7151
12-13-17-13
GREAT HOLIDAY JOB OPPORTUNITY
Going home for the Holidays? Need a fun
part-time job? The HONEY BAKED HAM
CO. is in search of seasonal help to fill our
sales counter and production positions.
We have stores located in the following
markets Tampa/St. Pete, Clearwater, Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, Sarasota, Ft. Myers, Miami, Ft.
Lauderdale, Hollywood, West Palm
Beach, Pompano Beach, Jacksonville,
Pensacola, and other major cities
throughout the southeast. Please check
the white pages or information for the
store nearest your home. 12-8-10-13
LILLIANS/ Now accepting applications for
waitresses and Doorman Poistions. Apply
only between Bpm + 9pm. 12-13-10-13
Energetic/ambitious yr-round G'ville resi-
dent to manage Resume City/Print Pro!
Excell pay/benefits/corp. training! Imme Immediate
diate Immediate openings to honest/resp. people.
2950 SW Archer Rd/ 378-6165. 12-13-
10-13
Energetic and Fun people to work at Bal Balloons
loons Balloons and Bears. Call 375-1199 for info.
12-11-3-13
Have Computer Skills? Micro Center
needs typist/sales/tech support help.
Apply in person. 4410 SW 34th St. 9-12
noon only. 12-13-9-13
OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR
Fortune 500 Company is expanding Oper Operation
ation Operation and opening a Gainesville Branch.
Energetic self-starter with a Bachelor's
Degree. Responsible for office and out outside
side outside operation. Some sales and travel re required.
quired. required. Salary $14,000 to $15,000
depending on experience. Benefits. Send
resume to: Office Administrator 681 Mark
Drive West Melborne FI. 32904. 12-8-5-
13
McINTOSH DESK TOP PUBLISHING
Typesetter Part time evenings. Must be
Macliterate. LASER TYPE 1636 W. Univ.
No calls please. 12-8-5-13
Tutor wanted Graduate student for el elementary
ementary elementary education major-spring semes semester
ter semester 10 hrs/week. Call 375-6808 ask for
Kim. 12-11-5-13
Want to work during break? Full time jobs,
mostly office typing, word processing,
DE, Receptionist. Call Norrell Services
377-1512. 12-8-8-13
Rocky Rococo Pizza now hiring counter
u persons, preps, & delivery drivers for full
& part time. Apply in person at 136 NW
13th St. 373-8161. 12-13-6-13
Veterinarian Technician Night time, live livein
in livein position 454-1001. 12-12-5-13
Childcare in our home needed for 2 girls
ages 7 and 12 plus light housekeeping.
Approx 10 hours a week, must be avail available
able available Wed and Thurs afternoon, must have
car, $3.50 per hour, 375-6208. 12-8-2-
13.
CASHIERS NEEDED
SPECIAL PROJECT
Call Dunhill 378-8367. 12-13-5-13
YMCA is looking for qualified basketball
coaches. That program will begin Jan 8-
Feb 24 contact the Y at 376-7172. 12-13-
' 5-13
EE STUDENTS
Assembly language programmer for
8008 and 8031/8051. Confidential agree agreement
ment agreement required. Flexible hours. Compiler
design helpful. Call 371-3424 from 3 to
6pm. 12-13-5-13
Living quarters and salary in exchange for
night attendant duties. Ask for Gene 376-
7556. 12-13-4-13

BUSINESS
14 PERSONALS
COMPUTERS, terminals & pcs, buy, sell,
trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUAL QUALITY
ITY QUALITY CDCS 818 W UNIV 338-0378. 12-13-
76-14
URGENT!!!
I am looking for two people that were
sitting on a bench in the Plaza of the
Americas between Lib. East and West on
Sat. Nov. 18 between 2 and 5 p.m. I was
playing with their small brownish-yellow
dog when it bit me on the chin. I need to
know if your dog has been vaccinated for
Rabies. I was wearing a blue trenchcoat
and a red motorcycle helmet. Please call
Tom at: 377-7380 and leave a message.
XT Compatible complete system Incl 1
Meg mem, 30Meg Hd, 1.2 Meg spy, 101kb
& mon $799. AT $999. 386 call. 2 yr war
332-9240. 12-13-8-14
15 PERSONALS
LADIES MAKE MONEY
We buy & sell good used clothing. Call
Second
Act. 373-8527. 12-13-77-15
SAVE ON RAYBANS
University Opticians
300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
12-
Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great
prices-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical
Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1
block from Ala Gen. 12-13-77-15
Natural Foods and Vitamins
Birkenstock Sandals.
Sunflower Health Foods
87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 12-13-77-15
PREGNANT? Dont guess. Get immediate
test results from a reliable source
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 12-
13-
NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get
special student discounts on exams and
all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD.
377-0881. 12-13-77-15
Look Your Best Everyday!
Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for
info about the PERMANENT removal of
unwanted facial & body hair. 374-4307.
12-13-77-15
SSTU DENTS GET CASHS
For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's
372-1226. 211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Cen Central
tral Central City. 12-13-77-15
Am/Fm cassette ear stereos from
$29.95. Auto Alarms Radar Detectors.
Tha Bast Installers In town. Car Stereo
to go 375-1834. 12-13-76-15
CONTACT LENSES
$lO AND UP
Replacement & spare lenses, brand
names, factory sealed. Order filled by Li Licensed
censed Licensed Optician. 1-800-622-7879. Free
kit with each purchase. 12-11-20-15
CLEARANCE SALE many items to
choose from. Jewelry, TVs, cameras,
VCRs, etc. Best Jewelry & Loan Pawn Pawnshop.
shop. Pawnshop. Sale is on till everything's gone)
12-
TOP CASH FOR GOLD silver, diamonds,
etc. New or used or broken. Best Jewelry
& Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-GEMS. 12-
13-
Sell me your class rings & broken chains chainswe
we chainswe pay more for jewelry in good shape.
Best Jewelry & Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave.
371-4367. 12-13-23-15
CHECK CASHING -no ID required. FREE
MONEY ORDERS. Best Jewelry & Loan Loan-523
-523 Loan-523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-GEMS. 12-13-23-
15
CASH in your hand is better than unused
items in a drawer or vault. Best Jewelry &
Loan Gainesvilles largest 371-4367.
12-13-23-15
SPRING BREAK
Bahamas 3nt $lB9, Jamaica 4nt $229,
Cancun 3nt $275, Keywest snt $195,
Snowshoe 3nt $169, extra nights avail. All
prices based on quad occ. $39. Hold your
spot) Book today and save, 377-6369
Breakway Tours. Now interv. sales reps.
12-13-16-15

PERSONALS
THE REITZ UNION BARBER SHOP fea features
tures features ten of Florida's to stylists for men
and women, gift certificates for holiday
giving, 10% off all Redken products, and
$5.00 off perms and frostings. The shop
will be open thru Dec. 23 for your conve convenience.
nience. convenience. 12-13-5-15
KOKOMAMA
African Imports-Unique Gift Items, cloth clothing,
ing, clothing, jewlery. African-American Prints. Lots
more! 615 W. Univ Ave. 336-9397. 12-13-
10-15
No wait & no time limit at PC lab. IBM &
MAC, laser printing. 372-6500. Frequent
user discounts. 17 ST & Univ. 12-11-5-15
AAA FOR LADIES ONLY AAA
Hot Male Exotic Dancers Put
Life Into Your PARTY, We Come To You.
376- 12-13-7-15
ALLEY KATZ will be open on X-mas day
from 7pm-lam. 75c holiday specials.
Bring the entire family to Alley Katz.
BAHAMAS CRUISE
TWO FOR ONE great for spg/brk: extra
people can be added 375-6676 aft 6pm.
All Aerobic wear 50% off at EZ Tennis. We
make quality & price our top priority! so B
4 U buy..check us out 372-2257. 12-13-5-
15
PRO WRESTLER O GRAM A Liven Up
Your Party A Huge Big Time Wrestler Will
Body Slam Your Occasion will not rip your
head off but laughs guaranteed. 376-
9833. 12-11-13-15
All shoes from A to Z 25-50% off. Where?
EZ Tennisl When others go low, we are
still lower in price-the new wave of tennis.
Warmup-suits 40% off!! If they have it &
we have it, our price is lower! At EZ Ten Tennis,
nis, Tennis, we dont match prices, we beat them I!
12-
At EZ Tennis, we don't just promise low
prices-we simply deliver them! B 4 U buy,
check out EZ Tennis 34 St. Plaza 372-
2257. 12-13-5-15
SAMMY PRERUSH BBQ Its great to be in
a fraternity, but it's amazing to be a
SAMMY! Come find out why. Dec.B-SFMI
377- 12-8-2-15
Want to stretch your $ for your Xmas shop shopping
ping shopping on quality sporting goods? Go EZ
with EZ Tennis 34 St Plaza 372-2257. 12-
13-
Our competitors fight about who has the
best prices. SPORTZ doesl For shoes,
umbros, racquetbail and soccer, see
SPORTZ 3443 W University Ave. 374-
8400. 12-13-5-15
Ail racquetbail racquets 30% off list price,
most tennis rackets 30% off. At EZ Tennis,
we believe actions speak louder than
words. 12-13-5-15
At EZ Tennis...we rest our case & wish you
& your family a joyous Xmas & holiday
season. Shop carefully & have fun. 34 St.
PI 12-135-15.
Reunited Megaslamfestors rule I
SOUTHERN LOAFERS
ARE WARM FOLK If I!
TY, FRITZ & CAPTNI
12-8-1-15
Todays $2.89 deli sandwich special &
drink TUNA SALAD. BAGELS Unlimited
1620 W Univ. (behind Fla. Book Store).
12-8-1-15
Robin You are the number 1 shack-up
Queen I Thanks for all the laughs!
Love your roommie Stephanie. 12-8-1-
15
Skip
Brother Love and Sister Joy say you are
trying to confuse me over the potato. Be Besides,
sides, Besides, The Crystal is the most important
part of our faith. You see, Crystals are all
formed naturally in teehy-tiny separate,
planes or angles (notice how if you re reverse
verse reverse the T and the "e" you have -an -angels").
gels"). -angels"). And each plane forms a part of the
straight line that travels from there
through the Infinite. Because all the
Straight Lines from all crystals held in One
Infinite Wholeness converge somewhere,
out there, we who are a part of the Crystal
Temple become One. Now do you under understand?
stand? understand? Peace in Straight Lines. Sister
Muffin. P.S. I hope you will come to the
plaza today to hear me preach. 12-8-1-
15

CONNECTIONS
Dear Skip,
I moved to the Frederick Apts. What a
great place to live!!! Lets be neighbors.
They have 1 & 2 bdrms. avail, now w/
short term leases too. Call at 372-7555 or
stop by (its close to campus) 1130 SW 16
Ave. Cant wait to see you. Mussy. 12-13-
4-
16 CONNECTIONS
GAY SWITCHBOARD
332-0700, 24 Hrs. Info/Referral.
12-13-77-16
EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease
treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. Beckum,
optometrist. 917 W Univ Ave. 376-1288.
12-13-28-16
CLEARANCE SALE many items to
choose from. Jewelry, TVs, cameras,
VCRs, etc. Best Jewelry & Loan Pawn Pawnshop.
shop. Pawnshop. Sale is on till everythings gone!
12- 6
FAST CASH FOR FAST TIMES Best
Jewelry & Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-
GEMS. 12-13-23-16
We Buy Gold, Cash Checks, & Make
Loans on Anything Best Jewelry & Loan
523 NW 3rd Ave. 371 -GEMS. 12-13-23-
16
Student Loans & Financial Aid No one
refused with good collateral. EZ terms
Best Jewelry & Loan 371-GEMS. 12-13-
23-16
Masculine wht. male student still seeks
same; all-American type, brains and
brawn, 21-26. Privacy Assured! Write POB
2073 Gville. 32602. Take a chance 12-8-
5-
Dudesl Bi, gay, unsure, dont care? See
the stereotype and say I cant be, cuz I
aint like that"? Im lookin for a no stress,
no hype roommate. MUST be cool and
straight-acting (no-one needs to know)
Like C.J.'s, Porpoise, and sports a plus.
So bud, give me a call 338-0484. Need
roommate asap. 12-8-3-16
BLACK FEMALE for dinner, dancing
wanted by tall, goodlooking professional
male. Conatact PO BOX 24171 Gnville
32602. 12-13-5-16
BiWm student tall inexperienced but inter interested
ested interested seeks same. If interested write to
Tom at PO box 90259 Gville 32607. Leave
ph* and we can talk. Privacy a must. 12-
13-
JAM in JAMAICA from $319 per person- 4
to 7 days. Hotel/air to Jamiaca from
Tampa or Ft. Lauderdale Negril is hot for
Spring Break377-1600. 12-13-5-16
17 NOTICES
$250 REWARD
for information leading to the arrest AND
prosecution of anyone in illegal posses possession
sion possession of a newspaper box belonging to the
Independent Florida Alligator. Informa Information
tion Information about missing boxes should be re reported
ported reported to Walt Wooton, Operations
Manager at 376-4446.
REWARD yourself by learning
wordperfect FAST in a relaxed, personal
environment. PC lab. 17St. & Univ. 372-
6500. 12-11-5-17
FREE
coffee and doughnuts.
10pm-after Midnight... Personal Comput Computing
ing Computing Lab. 372-6500. 12-11-5-17
ALLEY KATZ for Sunday fun. Bowl for
only 75# per game from open to close.
Sundays only -for a limited time only.
12-12-5-17
PARENTSI Bring the kids to Alley Katz
over X-mas break. Dec. 26th-29th bowl
for only 75# a game. All day & All night.
12-
ALLEY KATZ will be open on Xmas day
from 7pm-lam. 75# holiday specials.
Bring the entire family to Alley Katz. 12-
13-
18 RIDES
45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp S3O o/w 4 yrs of
weekly Fri's/Sun bus trips. Pets ok pkg
transported. GMG trans 336-7026 (305)
266-3768. 12-13-38-18
EZ Rider Miami/ WPB/ Pomp S3O o/w S4O
Rt Fris/Sun Bus trips pets ok pkg trans transported
ported transported #912-264-2000 after 6pm. 12-8-3-
18,

RIDES
SOUTH FLORIDA SHUTTLE
Departs 12/20/89 ride in comfort to
A WPB, Boca, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami SSO
roundtrip. Spaces limited. Call today 377-
6369. Breakaway Tours. 12-13-5-18
Round Trip ticket to Indianapolis Iv Dec.
19 from GNV and return Jan. 4 best offer.
Iv message 395-9124 Mark. 12-13-5-18
19 PETS
AQUATROPICS
Killer Grand Opening SALE
OAKS MALL PLAZA
332-4884
12-11-10-19
A BOA CONSTRICTOR A
Captive Born Baby SIOO.
332-9165 Eves and weekends.
12-11 -5-19
Adult male skunk descanted completely
tamed. Loves people. Pay to get rid of.
Call Meradith at 371-3725. 12-11-3-19
My name is Ticky. I desperately need a
good home. Call my friend Wendy 338-
2050 anytime. I love people and the out outdoors.
doors. outdoors. 12-13-5-19
20 LOST & FOUND
Finders Keepers?
If you find something, you can place a
FREE ad in this section. Be kind to some someone
one someone who lost what you found. Call 373-
Found pair of glasses outside FL Gym.
Call 392-0580. 12-8-3-20
Found ladies watch by Matherly Hall
11/29. 377-0641. Jim. 12-8-3-20
FOUND: Framed picture in OConnell Cen Center
ter Center parking lot Nov 30. Call 336-4448 to id.
12-11-3-20
SIOO REWARD
Lost radar detector and beeper at Bicycle
Club Apts. Call Tom at 335-9536. 12-11-
3-20
losts set of keys w/a heart & irha key chain.
If found pis call 395-7875. Reward. 12-13-
5-20
FOUND: Ladies bracelet at stadium during
Gator Growl. Call to ID 395-9773. 12-12-
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Lady Gators face USF

By GREGG DOYEL
Alligator Writer
Coming off two big wins at
home over in-state competition,
the UF womens basketball team
faces a third challenge for state
bragging rights Saturday at 7:30
p.m. when it takes on South Flor Florida
ida Florida at the OConnell Center.
UF, 3-2 on the year after
Wednesday nights 82-65 shel shellacking
lacking shellacking of Central Florida, will
face a USF team it has beaten 25
times in the 28-game series.
USF lost twice to the Lady Ga Gators
tors Gators last year, by a total of nine
points, but the Lady Bulls are
missing Wanda Guyton, their
leading scorer and rebounder.
This season, with only two start starters
ers starters returning from last years 14-

LGP crushes FSU squad

While the Gators football team
was suffering a narrow defeat at
the hands of the Seminoles last
weekend on Florida Field, UFs
top-ranked intramural flag-foot flag-football
ball flag-football team was scalping Florida
States representative.

R. Shane Best

INTRAMURALS
Lets Get Physical demolished
the Pi Kappa Alpha Firemen of
FSU 40-12 in what amounted to
a good warm-up for next weeks
all-campus football playoffs.
The mens residence hall cham-

Gators
from page 16
year, Garcia said. u lt is going to
leave the guards open and we have
to take advantage of it.
The Gators also will need con continued
tinued continued improvement of their
bench, which sparkled in
Tuesdays loss to Illinois. Fresh Freshmen
men Freshmen Hosie Grimsley and Stacey
Poole combined for 18 points and
seven rebounds.
Kirkpatrick
from page 16
be, and Im not there yet
He might have been there if not
for a midseason injury. Kirkpat Kirkpatrick
rick Kirkpatrick badly sprained his right knee
during practice the week before
the Louisiana State game.
What happened from there was
a lesson in determination.
Doctors expected him out for at
least four weeks. He came back
in three.
That injury came at a time that
I was starting to come together
very well, he said. And it hap happened
pened happened right before a big game, so
needless to say, I was disap disappointed.
pointed. disappointed. So I hit the training
room.
It wasnt just a visit to the fit fitness
ness fitness club for Kirkpatrick. It was
three weeks of intensity.
They gave me ice treatments.
They gave me electric therapy. I
did the leg exercises two or three
times a day. I just wanted to get
back in action so badly.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8,1989, ALLIGATOR.

13 squad, the Lady Bulls are 2-1
on the strength of Angie Snyders
20 points a game.
The Lady Bulls will have to
cool off UF junior guard Sophia
Witherspoon, who has scored 18
and 20 points her last two times
out. She leads the team in both
scoring, with 15.4 points a game,
and in confidence.
Im feeling really good right
now, she said. Im out there
thinking anybody I go inside
against cant stop me.
Recently, nobody has stopped
UF underneath, either, which
means production from Erika
Lang, LaTonya McGhee and
Rhvonja Smith. Lang averages 12
points and nine rebounds a game,
McGhee grabs 11 boards a game,
and Smith posts 12 points.

pion, The Brothers, take on reign reigning
ing reigning campus champion Lets Get
Physical on Tuesday night, while
The Litigants II wait in the wings
to play the Fraternity winner of
the Theta Chi-Pi Lambda Phi
game.
And as the semester winds
down, so do fall intramural sports,
as playoffs in soccer will end next
week and champions in team ten tennis
nis tennis already have been decided.
The mens team tennis champi champions
ons champions were: Orange Fraternity Divi Division,
sion, Division, Sigma Chi; White Fraternity*
Division, Chi Phi; and Blue Fra Fraternity
ternity Fraternity Division, Delta Sigma Phi.

James Madison enters the game
with victories in the Maui Classic
against San Diego State and Ev Evansville,
ansville, Evansville, with its only loss coming
to North Carolina, 80-79. The
Dukes played Virginia Tech on
Thursday night.
They have a great ballclub as
well as a great coach, Garcia
said. Its not a name that comes
out and grabs you, but we know
what were up against.
He returned in time to make the
teams only reception against the
Auburn Tigers in UFs 10-7 loss
a diving one-handed catch over
the middle for 12 yards.
But this season has required a
lot of those diving one-handed
catches at times in order for the
Gators to keep their heads above
the seemingly endless tide of con controversy.
troversy. controversy.
Its occasionally been hard for
Kirkpatrick to ignore that and
keep on playing. But he said thats
what it takes.
Basically, Im just worried
about myself how I can be a
better football player, how I can
help the team, all that, Kirkpat Kirkpatrick
rick Kirkpatrick said. My father always says
to let the other things take care of
themselves.
And so far, for me, everything ;
has.

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16

ALLIGATOR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8,1989

Weekend Forecast

The Alligator- brand Picks Column has just
turned 11 years old.
Thats right. The longest-running feature of this
newspaper not even Applause is this old has
survived another season.
It simply will not die. Kind of like Bob Hope.
But seriously, folks.
Its the last Picks Column of the season, and its
time for a little self-aggrandizement. To paraphrase
the words of the great philosopher, Lesley Gore: Its
our party and well write about it if we want to.
We figured if Johnny Carson can have an anniver anniversary
sary anniversary show every year, so can we.
With that in mind, lets crank up Doc Severinsen
and the NBC Orchestra and get started.
The Picks
Who could have predicted the success of the col column
umn column this season?
The prestigious Picks Panel of pigskin prognosti prognosticators
cators prognosticators could have. Possibly.
Its been a successful year for the staff here at
Alligator Sports. None of us has been suspended, nor
has our program been put on probation.
But as if that doesnt make us happy, take a look
at this next fact.
And weve had our share of quality guest pickers.
No other version of the Picks Column has had the
caliber of guests to visit these precincts as we have.
Interim UF President Robert Bryan. WRUFs Larry
Vettel. Citrus magnate/general rich guy Ben Hill
Griffin Jr. George Bushs secretary (not THE George
Bush). And, of course, local psychic Flash
Silvermoon.
In between the merriment weve had with these
celebrities, weve had an interesting battle shaping
up for the coveted title of Picker of the Year. No
member of the Panel is more than eight games out of
first place.
Leading the pack of pickers is sports colum columnist/sports
nist/sports columnist/sports editor-elect Jason I would really rather
not be called Picker of the Year Davis, who owns
an 88-42 record going into the final week of the
season.
Graphics artist WIT I cant (sniff) believe this is
the (sob) last Picks Column this year Tuttell is
close behind with an 87-33 mark, however.
The biggest competition, though, is for third place.
Two staffers have an 84-36 record.
Could it be lame-duck sports editor Mike Only
three more issues left Dame? Or will it be sports
writer Lawrence Since its Dead Week, I think Ill
become an actual student Hollyfield?
We do know it wont be news writer Dan When
you think about it, 17 is not that young Evans. Dan,
in last place at 80-40, apparently has been hanging
around Gainesville High School again, pretending to
be Santa Claus. We warned him about that.
Our panel is rounded out by latest staff additions
Dan That would give new meaning to Ho, ho, ho
Stiffler and Ron Just say Ho Kaspriske.
Todays menu of items to be picked includes these
monumental questions: (1) Whos going to win the
national football title Colorado, Notre Dame or
Miami? (2) Will Fishin Hole ever return to ESPN?
(3) Will Emmitt Smith go pro? (4) Should he? (5)
What was the worst trend to hit the decade disco
or rap?
WMk 14 MO JO DE LH DS WT UK
Army v*. Navy N* At Na Ar Ar Na Ar
Magic at Miani Haat Ha Ma Ma Ma Ha Ma Ha
Naw Endand at Ddphina Do Do Do Do Do Do Do
Bugs at Houston Ho Ho Ho Ho Ho Ho Ho
National Ha NO NO Mi Mi Co ND Co
fishin' Hola- on ESPN? No Ya Ya No No No No
VMI Emmitt go pro? Ya Ya No Ya Ya No No
Should ha? Ya Ya No No Ya No No
Worsa disco or rap? Di Di Ra Di Di Di Di
UF va. Washington in Fraadcm Bowl MD: UF 27-3. JD:
Washington 24-23. DE: UF 21-17. LH: UF 24-10. DS: UF 24-10.
WT: UF24-23. RK: UF 27-10.

SPORTS
Darnell, Amsparger to meet soon

By RON KASPRISKE
Alligator Writer
UF Athletic Director Bill Amsparger
said Thursday although he has no for formal
mal formal meeting planned, he may meet with
interim head football coach Gary
Darnell again as early as today to dis discuss
cuss discuss the vacant head coaching position.
Darnell who met with Amsparger,
Interim President Robert Bryan and
University Athletic Association Chair Chairman
man Chairman Dr. Nick Cassisi on Tuesday to
discuss the coachs future said Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday he expected to talk to Amsparger
later in the week about the coaching
vacancy. But Amsparger said they
have not met other than to talk about
the bowl g?me.
The Gators, under Darnells direc-

jik
REGGIE GRANT ALLIGATOR
Defenders have had a hard time stopping Kirk Kirkpatrick this season.

Kirkpatrick came into
his own in 'B9 season

By JASON DAVIS
Alligator Staff Writer
Kirk Kirkpatrick saw a familiar sit situation
uation situation unfolding once again when he

joined the UF football
team in 1986.
The tight end from
Brandon wanted to come
to the squad and make an
immediate impact. But it
didnt quite work out
that way.
He went through the
traditional freshman rit ritual
ual ritual of being redshirted
for the 1986 season.
Then in 1987 and BB, he
saw only spotty action,
primarily because of

UFs run-oriented offense.
But he wasnt worried. He had been
through it before.
With UF going to an offensive
scheme more suited to a'balance be between
tween between the run and the pass this season,
the redshirt junior finally has made the
impact he wanted to make in his fresh-

tion, are slated to meet Washington in
the Freedom Bowl on Dec. 30 in Ana Anaheim,
heim, Anaheim, Calif.
We talked on Tuesday and he vis visited
ited visited with Dr. Bryan and Dr. Cassisi, but
those conversations were confiden confidential,
tial, confidential, Amsparger said. It was not an
interview for the head coaching posi position.
tion. position.
But I may talk to him concerning
that today. I dont have anything
planned, but I dont want to limit my myself
self myself by saying I wont talk to him,
because I may.
Darnell is rumored to be UFs second
choice for the head coaching job be behind
hind behind Duke coach Steve Spurrier. And
if Spurrier is selected as the head
coach, UF may try to get the former
Gators quarterback to keep Darnell as

man year.
So whats a three-year delay in the
big picture? Not much to Kirkpatrick.
I knew it would take some time for
me, Kirkpatrick said. Ive always

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ing corps. He accounts for 30.6 yards
of offense a game.
But I can get a lot better, he
quickly adds when reminded of his
statistics. Loads better. Im not going
to be satisfied until Im the best I can
see Kirkpatrick, page 15

been a late bloomer. In
junior high and senior
high, it was like that. It
took a while for me to get
ahead.
Now, in college, Im
coming into my own.
Indeed, his late bloom
has produced some sweet
fruit for the Gators this
season.
With 18 receptions for
245 yards this year, he is
the second-leading mem member
ber member of the Gators receiv-

his defensive coordinator the posi position
tion position Darnell held under former head
coach Galen Hall.
Amsparger said the decision to keep
Darnell as an assistant, if he is not
selected as head coach, would be en entirely
tirely entirely up to the new head football
coach.
Amsparger also said Thursday he
had no idea as to when next week he
would meet with Spurrier for the third
time. Several newspapers reported ear earlier
lier earlier this week Amsparger would meet
with the former UF Heisman Trophy
winner next week.
Well try to stay in contact with
him, Amsparger said. I feel we must
stay in contact with him.

Driesell's
Dukes set
to face UF
By DAN STIFFLER
Alligator Staff Writer
Two games into the season, the
UF basketball team has established
itself as a defensive team, holding
opponents to 40.1 percent shoot shooting.
ing. shooting.
But in Tuesday nights 74-69
home loss to Illinois, the Gators
began to establish a trait that could
haunt them all season: They lacked
a consistent inside offensive at attack.
tack. attack.
We backed the ball inside early
but we didnt hold on to the ball,
Interim Coach Don DeVoe said.
But it was more of Illinois and
their execution than anything else.
The Gators (1-1) will need to
establish the front line early this
weekend when they travel to Or Orlando
lando Orlando to play James Madison (3-1)
Saturday at 3 p.m. in the Red Lob Lobster
ster Lobster Classic.
And for the second game in a
row, the Gators will face a top topnotch
notch topnotch coach, Lefty Driesell, and
another guard with a height advan advantage
tage advantage over UF, 6-foot-7 Steve Hood.
Driesell ranks fourth on the all alltime
time alltime victories list for active
coaches with 540 wins in 27 sea seasons.
sons. seasons. He was the head man at
Maryland before taking the James
Madison job. The Dukes finished
16-14 last year.
Hood, a junior, leads James
Madison with 22.2 points a game.
We are just going to have to
make adjustments, said 6-2 UF
guard Renaldo Garcia. I felt good
about the defensive play of the
guards against Illinois.
The Gators once again will enjoy
an overall height advantage, how however,
ever, however, as the Dukes tallest player
is 6-7. But Illinois, whose tallest
starter was 6-8, shut down the Ga Gators
tors Gators around the basket, and James
Madison will try to play a defense
similar to Illinois.
Well probably see that all
see Gators, page 15