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Senate plan pushes for car pools

By Jamie Malernee
Alligator Writer
The familiar sight of students running
screaming and waving after a bus
they just missed might be replaced by
students cramming into car pools under a
new parking proposal by a Student Senate
committee.
Under the new proposal, students who
live southwest of UF will not be forced to
take the bus to class or lose their parking
rights on campus measures that have
been recommended by UFs Presidential
Task Force on Transportation and Parking
in response to complaints about parking
problems.
Instead, the committee suggests parking
garages exclusively for car pools be estab established
lished established to lessen the number of cars vying
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pate participate in the candlelight vigil. Right, About
100 people walk Wednesday night in
honor of AIDS Awareness Week.

Campaign spending

By Sarah Eisenhauer
Alligator Writer
The amount of students
needed to get referendums on
Student Governrrtent election
ballots and the amount of
money allowed to be spent on
campaigns for these elections
both could increase dramati dramatically
cally dramatically because of a bill proposed
at Tuesdays Student Senate
meeting.
Heated debate about this bill
caused the senate meeting to
end abruptly without allowing
the senate to vote on the bill
because a few senators who op opposed
posed opposed it left the meeting.

VOLUME 90

What you would do is set up a booth at
the (parking) lots, and there would be
people responsible for making sure there
were at least two people in every car, said
senate President Chris Dorworth.
Dorworth said the senate proposal is not
only more fair but also more effective than
the plan made by the administration,
which would prevent some students who
live off campus from parking at UF.
The reason the senates proposal is more
effective, Dorworth explained, is because
it is a permanent solution as opposed to a
short-term one such as the administra administrations
tions administrations plan.
He said the administration plans effec effectiveness
tiveness effectiveness will be short-lived because stu students
dents students who would be prohibited from buying
a decal simply would move the next semes semester
ter semester to avoid the inconvenience of taking the
bus.
There will be just as many cars again,

For the senate to vote on a
bill, at least 40 out of the 80
senators must be present at the
meeting.
The bill proposes to change
the amount of students needed
to place a referendum question
on the ballot from 150 students
to 500 students or 2 percent of
the student body, which ever is
greater.
This is making it so much
harder and is suppressing the
chance for students to voice
their opinions, Alliance Sen.
Parisa Hamzetash said.
But Equity Sen. Cory Sian Siansky,
sky, Siansky, who sponsored the bill,
said this simply would raise the

NUMBER 70

HI ,:
bill raises senate ire

requirements to put a referen referendum
dum referendum on the ballot to the same
standards required to put a in initiative
itiative initiative on the ballot. He added
that it would eliminate confu confusion
sion confusion between the two.
According to Student Body
Statutes, a referendum ques question
tion question is a question that only
deals with one subject matter,
and an initiative has the power
to revoke, revise or adopt bills
of law.
We are just taking the ref referendum
erendum referendum and bringing it in line
with the other, Siansky said.
More debate arose about the
bills proposal to delete a sec section
tion section of the codes that states the

he said. The only thing their plan will do
is economically depress the neighborhoods
(that students would move away from), like
Oxford Manor and University Commons.
Alliance Sen. Gary Slossberg said he
supports the senates proposal because it
would serve to decrease the number of cars
while not inconveniencing students.
I think when students look at the alter alternatives,
natives, alternatives, the bus system, theyll be willing
to adjust their schedule to car pool, Sloss Slossberg
berg Slossberg said. Its a lot more safer, a lot more
convenient and a lot more consistent.
He added that the senates temporary
Parking Committee might start a petition
for students to sign in favor of the senates
proposal or in opposition of the administra administrations
tions administrations plan.
What wed like to do is get students
more involved because the (administra (administrations)
tions) (administrations) program is really against the stu student,
dent, student, he said.

total amount of all expendi expenditures
tures expenditures of a political party, can candidate,
didate, candidate, group of candidates or
individuals shall not exceed
$5,000.
By taking away the cap,
there is economic prejudice,
Alliance Sen. Gary Slossberg
said. If you have more money
to campaign, you have a better
chance.
Equity Sen. Husam Monem
also disagreed with this part of
the bill.
We are all elected on our
own merits, Monem said. Do
we want people in here based
see BILL, page 4

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THURSDAY
December 5,1996

Minority
students:
Faculty
should
diversify
By Amy Burkdoll
Alligator Writer
Looking back at the classes she
took at UF, political science senior
Mae Ly Salas said most of her pro professors
fessors professors were white.
None of her professors who taught
Latin-American politics and history
w&re from Latin America.
And to Salas, that is a problem.
The number of minorities in UF
faculty and administrative positions
is low compared to the number of
minority students, and some say stu students
dents students education is suffering as a
result.
Salas, president of the Hispanic
Student Association, explained that
white professors are just as qualified
as minority professors to teach
classes involving a foreign ethnicity
or culture.
But those minority professors
know firsthand what they teach, and
I believe that will bring a better idea
to the students.
It gives you a different outlook on
the subject, she said.
Minority students also need minor minority
ity minority administrators and faculty to act
as representatives and to serve as
role models, she said.
According to the 1996 UF Fact
Book, about 87 percent of UFs faculty
and administration were white, 3.5
percent were black, about 3 percent
were Hispanic and 6.5 percent were
Asian in the 1995-96 school year.
In 1995, about 76 percent of UFs
undergraduates were white, about 6
percent were blacks, about 10 percent
were Hispanic and about 8 percent
were classified as other minority, ac according
cording according to the 1996 UF fact book.
It wasnt until October when UFs
Center for African Studies got its first
black director since its creation in
1964, making it one of five African
research centers nationally to be
headed by a black individual.
Twenty major African research
centers comparable to UFs are scat scattered
tered scattered across the nation.
Os those, three have African direc directors
tors directors and two have African-American
directors.
While Salas said minorities should
get more consideration for these
see MINORITIES, page 4



2

I, ALLIGATOR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1996

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U.N. leader suspends run at second term

UNITED NATIONS (AP) Beaten
down by unrelenting U.S. opposition,
U.N. Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-
Ghali suspended his candidacy for a sec-

ond term Wednesday, opening
the way for new nominees for
the top U.N. post.
U.N. spokesman Sylvana Foa
said the 74-year-old Egyptian
diplomat remains a candidate.
The United States cast the lone
veto against him in the 15-mem-

ber Security Council on Nov. 19.
What he has simply done is to ask that
his name not be put on the table for a
second vote for the time being, Foa said.
Western diplomats said they expected

Clinton loses voice, keeps quiet about it

WASHINGTON (AP) Doctors today
performed a fiber optic examination of
President Clintons strained vocal cords
and confirmed an earlier recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation from the White House doctor that he
stop talking for several days.
Spokesman Mike McCurry said the
exam took about 20-25 minutes and was
performed in the White House residence.
The doctors found no other symptoms or
complicating factors and recommended
he not speak for three or four days,
McCurry said.
The doctors say, No more yak,
McCurry said.
Asked for a laymans description of the
problem, McCurry replied, The presi-

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African countries to submit names of
alternative African candidates to the Se Security
curity Security Council, possibly as early as Fri Friday.
day. Friday. This would be followed by a series

world news

By remaining an official candidate,
Boutros-Ghali conceivably could revive
his candidacy if no one else wins broad
support.
A European diplomat, speaking on con-

dent has lost his voice. It is missing in
action.
Besides asking that he not use his

voice, doctors said he should
continue taking throat lozenges
and drinking hot tea.
At a brief and barely audi audible
ble audible Oval Office appearance
on Tuesday, Clinton confessed
to being a little hoarse, then
handed the speaking role to

Vice President A1 Gore after croaking out
a couple of short sentences.
As you can tell, deadpanned Gore,
the president needs to conserve his vocal
cords a little bit.
Clintons condition has nagged him

number 70

of straw polls next week to win winnow
now winnow out weaker candidates.
The council ... hopes very
much that by the end of this
week candidatures from African
states will be forthcoming,
council President Francesco
Paolo Fulci told reporters.

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dition of anonymity, saw the decision as
a face-saving move by Boutros-Ghali. By
removing his name from active considera consideration,
tion, consideration, Boutros-Ghali would not have to see
his support dwindle in a series of Security
Council votes.
Boutros-Ghali won 14 of the 15 council
votes Nov. 19. But as one of the five
permanent members, the United States
has veto power in the Security Council.
Fulci said no other candidates had been
officially submitted to the council. But
council diplomats, speaking on condition
of anonymity, said at least three African
countries Ghana, Ivory Coast and Ni Niger
ger Niger indicated they intended to put forth
candidates.

since his long trip to the Far East just
before Thanksgiving.
During his Oval Office appearance

m
Inational news

a flat fine to a reporter asking about
his progress in selecting a new Cabinet,
Clinton buttoned his lip.
Are you glad youve lost your voice?
a reporter asked, only half jokingly.
Its a hoax, Clinton teased.

Tuesday, Clinton jokingly went
along with a reporters sugges suggestion
tion suggestion that he was using the
hoarseness to duck questions.
After offering a barely audible
I have no comment to a ques question
tion question about his former political
aide, James Carville, and then



Student gets SIO,OOO from Eckerd suit

By Beth Kassab
Alligator Writer
A UF student falsely accused
of shoplifting batteries from Eck Eckerd
erd Eckerd Drug Store in 1993 won a
civil suit Wednesday charging
the Eckerd Corp. with malicious
prosecution.
Elizabeth Leiba, whose shop shoplifting
lifting shoplifting charge eventually was
dropped, also was awarded
SIO,OOO in damages by the jury.
Im happy, Leiba said after
the trial. It wasnt about how
much I got from them it was
principle. They cant do this to
people. They have to be respon responsible
sible responsible for their actions.
Leiba had entered Eckerd
Drugs on Northwest 13th Street
Nov. 14, 1993, to drop off some
film. As she exited the store, the
anti-theft device sounded, and

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JUSTIN BEST-ALLIGATOR STAFF
Robert Frank, dean of the College of Health Related Professions, said
finding the time to get some work done can be a real challenge.

City to move forward on park tax referendum

By Caroline Lister
Alligator Writer
A 13-year-old Gainesville baseball
player, Louis Kalivoda 111, was so con concerned
cerned concerned that a referendum on a 1-cent
sales tax increase for recreational parks
had been abandoned, that U e wrote a
letter to the Gainesville City Commission.
Since former UF basketball coach Lon
Kruger, a supporter of the tax, left for the
University of Illinois in March, Louis was
not sure local governments still were
working on the proposal.
When he found out that local leaders
once again were moving forward with the

Campus & City

Leiba was arrested for a $2.49
pack of batteries inside an Eck Eckerds
erds Eckerds bag found in her backpack,
said her attorney, Dan Glass Glassman.
man. Glassman.
She was handcuffed and spent
four hours in jail. After her re release,
lease, release, Leiba produced a receipt
for the batteries dated Nov. 10,
and the charge against her was
dropped 30 days after her arrest,
Glassman said.
Leiba, who is considering go going
ing going to law school, could suffer
future damages because the
false accusation will remain on
her record, Glassman said.
After the verdict was an announced,
nounced, announced, Leiba shared tears of
joy and relief with her parents.
Her mother, Mervlyn Leiba, de described
scribed described the familys experience
since the 1993 incident as three
years of hell.

referendum, he was pleased.
(Baseball fields) are pretty crowded,
Louis said. You dont really have enough
room to move around.
City Commissioner Paula DeLaney
said the proposed county wide referendum
is going to be resurrected.
A task force on the proposal will begin
meeting in January or February, De-
Laney said.
I would speculate between now and
this time next year we will have a calen calendar
dar calendar (for bringing the proposal to the
ballot), she said.
DeLaney said the proposal hopefully
will have a new spokesman, such as

Defense attorney Deborah
Drylie argued that the store had
probable cause to prosecute
Leiba and that the store man manager
ager manager had done a check on the
anti-theft equipment the morn morning
ing morning of the incident. Because of
the check, the employees had no
reason to believe the equipment
was malfunctioning.
Drylie declined to comment af after
ter after the trial was over.
Glassman argued that, ac according
cording according to the Eckerds policy
manual, a number of items can
set off the anti-theft device if in
close range. He also said that
Eckerds employees failed to fol follow
low follow Eckerd policy and talk to
witnesses and conduct a proper
investigation as to whether any
items not carried by Leiba could
have set off the device.
He also said that Eckerds em employees

Busy days, excitement
part of job, dean says

By Mark Hartnett
Alligator Writer
The apparent chaos that had engulfed
the office of the dean of UFs College of
Health Related Professions one afternoon
in early November revealed much about
the man who occupies it.
Robert Frank is the man who calls the
deans office his own, and he is the man
responsible for its seemingly disordered
state.

Frank is a busy man, and
the condition of his office,
which lies deep within the
halls of Shands at the Univer University
sity University of Florida, was the result
of what might be called pro procrastination.
crastination. procrastination.
As you can see, my days
are quite busy, Frank said as
be gestured around his office.

Frank was writing a paper in prepara preparation
tion preparation for a presentation he was to make
in Australia a few days later.
I guess one could call it a bit of
procrastination on my part, Frank said
in a voice that quickly betrayed his ex exhaustion.
haustion. exhaustion.
Though Frank appeared exhausted, his

Reidel Anthony or Danny Wuerffel, soon.
They are two people I would like to
approach, she said. I have to clear it
with the university.
State law allows voters in all counties
to pass a sales tax for building parks and
recreation, but before last session, only
counties with populations below 50,000
could use the tax for maintenance and
operation.
The task force influenced the Legislature
to pass a law that would allow the county
and city to spend the sales tax money for
maintaining and improving the parks.
DeLaney said Alachua County and sev several
eral several other counties with military bases

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1996, ALLIGATOR,

ployees employees failed to inform authori authorities
ties authorities of possible defects of the
anti-theft system.
Eckerds can not treat people
that way, Glassman said. We
are happy that she was vindi vindicated
cated vindicated and everybody knows.
Lottery thief admits guilt,
sentenced
Jacqueline Willene Smart, 43,
of Newberry, admitted in court
on Wednesday to stealing
$118,500 worth of lottery tickets
and was sentenced to two years
in jail, 20 years probation and
restitution of the ticket costs.
Smart was a night manager at
Cottons Min-A-Mart at 14217
W. Newberry Rd. and stole the
books of 300 lottery tickets each
over a period of a year and a half,
said store owner Archie Barron.
We couldnt figure out what

Deck's

was going on and she was always
quick to point to the other em employees,
ployees, employees, and we finally were led
to her, Barron said.
According to the State Attor Attorneys
neys Attorneys Office, a year-end audit of
the store showed that the num number
ber number of $1 and $2 scratch off
lottery tickets sold and the num number
ber number allotted to the store by the
Florida Lottery did not match.
Smart was on duty each night
there was a ticket theft. She
admitted in court that she stole
between one and three books of
tickets during each of her shifts
between January 1995 and
March 1996.
She would cash in the stolen
winning tickets and was ar arrested
rested arrested on May 29, said T.G.
Pons, administrative assistant
to the spokesman for the state
attorney.

excitement for his job came out after only
a few minutes. His demeanor is that of
a very quiet person, but his co-workers
tell a different story.
I would really describe him as a dy dynamic
namic dynamic leader, said Stephanie Hanson,
associate dean of the College of Health
and Human Performance He has a real
vision for the college and its faculty.
Between the phones ringing, getting
messages from secretaries and meetings

with faculty of the college,
Frank said finding the time
to get some work done can be
a real challenge.
Since taking the job he de describes
scribes describes as great in March
1995, keeping the college
moving in the right direction
has been something Frank
said he has strived to do. He

said doing this is not the easiest task at
a university the size of UF.
The University of Florida is a big
place, and administrators face the same
problems that the students do, Frank
said. This place is big, and it is confusing
and it is often hard for change to take
see FRANKS, page 5

and universities qualify for the exemp exemption.
tion. exemption.
DeLaney added that there are not
enough parks in all sections of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, which means fewer children can
participate in organized sports.
Were very restricted of who can par participate,
ticipate, participate, DeLaney said. You can only
juggle so many fields.
There could be 10 football teams in instead
stead instead of five if the sales tax is passed,
said Lana Jackson, a city recreational
aid.
That is a program which gets the kids
to realize that it is a good opportunity,
Jackson said.

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on the amount of money they
put out during election time?
But Siansky said by deleting
this section, SG is keeping in
line with the U.S. Supreme
Court and the UF Board of Mas Masters
ters Masters rulings.
The Supreme Court deci decisions
sions decisions affect all legislative bod bodies,
ies, bodies, including the UF Student
Government, he said. The Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court has held that po political
litical political speech by an individual
for themselves is unabashed.
He said the Board of Masters
also made a ruling that says the
current statute is illegal.
And the implications of the
.Board of Masters is the exact
same as the Supreme Court in
this matter, he said.
The rules pertaining to the SG
elections that this bill, written

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by former student senators Lex
Taylor and John McGovern,
would change what are called
the 700 codes.
The meetings early adjourn adjournment
ment adjournment left the issue unresolved.
Senate President Chris Dor Dorworth
worth Dorworth created a temporary sen senate
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issue.
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when, at the meeting, two sena senators
tors senators left the meeting during de debate
bate debate about the bill, causing Dor Dorworth
worth Dorworth to end the meeting
withojit a vote.
I dont agree with the politi political
cal political tactics we are engaging in
right now, Dorworth said be before
fore before he adjourned the meeting.
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something designed to help the
student body, instead what we
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kinds of positions, first-year stu student
dent student Ben Steinberg said he
thinks the faculty and admini administration
stration administration are fine the way they
are.
Id like to think the school
picks who is most qualified, Ste Steinberg
inberg Steinberg said.
Its pretty simple. Just take
the person who is most qualified
for the job.
And Multi-Cultural Affairs
Dean Thomas Alexander said the
UF faculty and administration
are more diverse than many col colleges
leges colleges and universities nation nationwide.
wide. nationwide.
Alexander said when he
worked at the University of
Northern Alabama, which has a
student population of about
45,000, four administrators and
three faculty members were mi-

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That doesnt make (our) num numbers
bers numbers correct, Alexander said.
We need to see and interact with
different cultures.
Alexander said the low num number
ber number of minorities in faculty and
administrative positions reflects
a low number of minority appli applicants.
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FRANKS
place.
Change was what Frank had in
mind in 1991 when he was se selected
lected selected as a Robert Wood Johnson
Health Policy Fellow. Frank
worked on the staff of Sen. Jeff
Bingham, D-New Mexico, devel developing
oping developing national health care policy.
The experience had quite an
effect on him. Frank always has
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If I could do anything else, I
would like to be a United States
senator, Frank said.
The policy-making experience
Frank gained in Congress has
proven valuable to him in his
current job.
The college is trying to re respond
spond respond to the rapidity of changes
in the area of health care, and
he has a strong background
health policy having worked on
Capitol Hill, Hanson said. He
really brings a national perspec perspective
tive perspective on health care to the col college.

lege. college.
The road Frank took to Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C., began when he re received
ceived received his doctorate degree in
clinical psychology from the Uni University
versity University of New Mexico. In 1979,
Frank joined the faculty at the
University of Missouri school of
medicine, where he worked his
way up the administrative chain
until 1991, when he started
working with Bingham.
After the year he spent on
Capitol Hill working on health
care policy, Frank returned to
Missouri where he stayed until

coming to UF in 1995 to head the
College of Health and Human
Performance, a decision his cur current
rent current co-workers are happy about.
I knew him before I came to
UF, Hanson said. Part of the
attraction of coming here was
being able to work with him. He
is a very trustworthy and honest
person who is very open to fac faculty
ulty faculty feedback.
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the people here, he said. We
have a lot of bright people and
they make this a really stimu stimulating
lating stimulating place to be.
Although Frank is certain of
his feelings for his co-workers,
he is not so certain about the
programs he as initiated so far.
Frank said he expects about
three to five years to pass before
his plans begin to take shape.
I enjoy it here and plan on
staying for a while, Frank said.
But I cant say how long I will
be here because you never know
what could come up.

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What's in a code?
For many UF students, living in an apartment or
house with friends signifies independence. But along
with independence come rules, codes and responsibility.
Unfortunately, many students are not aware of those
codes things like noise ordinances, parking regula regulations
tions regulations and allowing no more than three unrelated people
to live in the same single-family house.
These are things the city of Gainesville takes seri seriously
ously seriously maybe more seriously than do students.
So to remedy the situation and come to some solution,
Commissioner Bruce Delaney wrote a letter to Art
Sandeen, UF vice president for academic affairs, asking
him to have UF correspond with off-campus students
about city renters ordinances.
However, in a time when the university is reaching
its maximum capacity of 45,000 students many of
whom will have to live off campus because of lack of
dormitories that suggestion may be a problem.
Student Government is taking a role by offering to
establish a mediation service, but rather than that, it
may be easier to get someone independent of SG to be
in charge.
There are a few ways, though, that UF and the city
can work together to compromise when it comes to
ensuring that students at least know about the codes
and make a conscious effort to obey them.
Perhaps an off-campus liaison could be appointed to
bridge the gap between the school and the city. This
persons office could be in City Hall, and his or her
salary should be split equally by both sides.
The liaisons job would be to produce more compre comprehensive
hensive comprehensive information pamphlets, which would be pro provided
vided provided to renters at the time they sign their leases. Th§
liaison also would serve as a mediator if and when
problems occur.
It all comes down to a lack of communication between
the city, UF, renters and the homeowners in the affected
areas. No one is taking the blame for the problems.
Students arent exactly aware of how loud is too loud
and where they can park their cars.
Homeowners in the single-family developments may
need to compromise a little and realize that students
will be students when they are in college.
Things only will get worse if something is not done
before the next big surge of students arrive at UF
looking for a place to live and a time to throw a party.

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Gay rights: where do we go from here?

For three years, Gainesville has been embroiled
in a divisive controversy about the, issue of dis discrimination
crimination discrimination protection for gay people.
In 1993, the County Commission added sexual
orientation to the anti-discrimination code. A
conservative anti-gay rights group, Concerned
Citizens of Alachua County, collected signatures
and placed two amendments on the ballot that
removed the protection for gays and forbade the
commission to ever add sexual orientation again.
Those amendments were passed in a campaign
characterized by mudslinging on all sides. In the
wake of the Supreme Court ruling about Colorados
Amendment 2, a federal judge last month threw
out the amendments as unconstitutional.
Local gay rights activists breathed a sigh of
relief. However, the ruling did not put sexual
orientation back into the county anti-discrimina anti-discrimination
tion anti-discrimination code, and it is not likely that the commission
will attempt to add it back. However, there is hope
that the City Commission will include gays in
discrimination protection, assuming that they
dont knuckle under to pressure tactics.
The highlight of the 96 election season in
Gainesville wasnt the presidential race, but the
spring elections that featured religious right hi hijinks
jinks hijinks galore. Voters guides and illegal election
letters surfaced all over town in an apparent smear
campaign. You dont have to own a crystal ball to
figure that CCAC supporters will be out at the 97
spring elections trying to waylay Bruce Delaneys
bid for re-election to the city commission.
With the judges ruling throwing out the CCAC
amendments last month, and this weeks ruling in
the Hawaii same-sex marriage case, the tide in the
battle for civil rights for gays has decisively turned.
While I remain undecided about gay marriage, I
do think that gay people deserve protection from
discrimination in housing and employment.
Groups like CCAC are alive and kicking, but
there is a sense that America has had enough

The views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator.

Women can be smart,
feminine at same time
Editor: Jennifer Spector re revealed
vealed revealed herself as a woman whose
radically feminist views have
completely taken over her, I am
sure, once natural and healthy
understanding of womanhood.
Although I myself am just a
man and never have experienced
the emotional pain of having to
put on makeup, I will dare to
disagree on the fundamental is issue
sue issue Ms. Spector seemed to

fighting about discrimination protection for gay
people as national attention turns to wrestle with
gay marriage. The big question we must ask now
is, Where does Gainesville go from here? How do

we heal the wounds and hurts from
three years characterized by heated
debate and anger?
Just a Word...
Ami Neiberger

We must take steps toward forgiveness so that
we can move past this issue as a community. To
gain momentum in their fight against gays, CCAC
demonized its opponents and vilified gays as a
threat to families and children and our way of
life. Gay rights supporters also demonized their
opponents as crazed religious fanatics. In the furor
of consciousness-raising and vote-trawling, de decency
cency decency and civility were trampled by everyone.
Basing their appeal on Christianity, CCAC
hgrmed the Christian witness in this community
and brutally divided it. Christians who spoke out
against CCAC in public were subjected to vitriolic
diatribes, letters, and in some cases, even harass harassment.
ment. harassment. If CCAC has any shred of decency left, they
would issue a formal apology to the community,
and not appeal the judges ruling.
The wounds inflicted on the gay community, the
Christian community and the community at large
are livid and seeping. We need to make a commit commitment
ment commitment to civility in public discourse and dialogue.
If we only continue to snipe at each other from
across the trenches, Gainesville never will heal
from this experience and we will remain trapped
in the cycle of hatred and anger. What Gainesville
needs is not extremism on all sides, but justice and
some common sense.
Ami Neiberger graduated with a masters degree
in European history from UF.

grossly misrepresent.
First, she must accept the fact
that men and women are different.
Certainly, the womens movement
brought them a long way from the
old days of oppression.
However, saying that the sys system
tem system of helping a woman become
beautiful is at fault is not just
wrong but simply ridiculous.
Those rituals have existed for
a long time in all societies, as is
the case with the Miss World
beauty pageant in todays age of
commercialism.

Perhaps beauty contests
should be scrutinized for the way
they weigh the qualities of their
contestants, but they should go
on being part of the celebration
of a womans beauty.
I do believe a real woman,
whether more or less naturally
beautiful, can be both smart and
feminine at the same time. And
if they choose to enhance it or
put it on a tasteful display, I do
want to applaud them.
Wieslaw Kalinowski
3BA



Hanukkah illuminates Jewish victory

By Lonny Wilk
Contributing Writer
At about the time Hall Hallmark
mark Hallmark began selling Hanuk Hanukkah
kah Hanukkah greeting cards 52 years
ago, the way the Jewish holi holiday
day holiday was celebrated in Amer America
ica America began to change.
With the introduction of
Hanukkah cards came even
more products celebrating
the Festival of Lights,
which begins tonight at sun sundown,
down, sundown, and the eight days that
celebrate a Jewish military
victory grew into a holiday
with commercial appeal.
Hanukkah isnt a major
(Jewish) holiday, first-year
student Ginny Beckman said.
(But) it is bigger commer commercially
cially commercially than any other Jewish
holidays.
Although Beckman and
others think Hanukkah is
perhaps the most commer commercialized
cialized commercialized Jewish holiday, other
holidays such as Passover,
Yom Kippur and Rosh Ha Hashana
shana Hashana are more important to
the Jewish faith in a religious
sense.
Hanukkah celebrates a
military victory, not a relig religious
ious religious event, explained Michael
Landy, assistant director of
Gainesvilles Hillel Founda Foundatkm.

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ered considered by many to be a secular
one, and not one that is bib biblically
lically biblically inspired.
The eight days of Hanukkah
commemorate the victory of
the Hebrews over the Greeks
and Syrians in 164 B.C.
According to the legend the
Hebrews recaptured the Holy
Temple in Jerusalem and had
enough oil to light the temple
for one night, but it lasted for
eight nights, which is consid considered
ered considered a miracle.
The story of Hanukkah
was originally kept by the

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Catholic Church, and Jews
then kept celebrating it,
Landy said. The story about
the oil was not mentioned un until
til until 400 to 500 years later.
The modern tradition of
eating foods cooked in oil such
as latkes, which are potato
pancakes, and the soov gani ganiyot,
yot, ganiyot, which are jelly-filled
doughnuts, is based on the oil
that burned for eight nights.
With Hanukkah beginning
at sundown tonight and run running
ning running until Dec. 13, many stu students
dents students will be preparing for
final exams and will stay in

Gainesville to celebrate the
holiday.
Jewish Student Union
President Cindy Goldberg
said she will stay in town
instead of traveling home to
South Florida to spend the
holiday with her family.
I would much rather go
home for a major holiday, like
Rosh Hashana or Yom Kip Kippur,
pur, Kippur, Goldberg said.
Goldberg plans to make
dinner for both her Jewish
and non- Jewish friends, light
candles, say prayers and
make latkes.

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Teens nab man's necklace
Two teen-agers ripped a gold necklace
off a 20-year-old Gainesville mans neck
at a Taco Bell parking lot Tuesday.
The victim was walking out of the
restaurant at 11 p.m. at 3408 SW
Archer Road when two teenagers ap approached
proached approached him and tried to rip his neck necklace
lace necklace off, Alachua County Sheriffs Office
spokesman Lt. Spencer Mann said.
When the man tried to defend him himself,
self, himself, the youths hit him in the head and
ran away with the necklace, Mann said.
The victim sustained minor injuries,
and police were not able to locate the
suspects, Mann said.
The suspects are described as black
males in their mid- teens, 5 feet 6 inches
tall. One suspect was wearing an orange
and white jacket and plaid shorts and
the other was wearing a plaid shirt and
dark jeans.
Firefighter's competition
Members of Gainesville Fire Rescue
will demonstrate their fire combat chal challenge
lenge challenge skills Thursday morning.
The public is invited to meet the
Combat Challenge Team and watch
their practice session at 9 a.m. at the
training tower at Waldo Road and
Northeast Eighth Avenue, Fire Rescue
spokesman Stu Schwartz said.
Three Gainesville firefighters were
chosen to compete at the World Combat
Challenge in Las Vegas from Dec. 11 to
Dec. 14, Schwartz said.
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varied student reactions

By Amy Burkdoll
Alligator Writer
Although some UF students
agree that a ruling Tuesday in
Hawaii that no longer forbids
same-sex marriages is a small
victory for gays nationwide, oth others
ers others say it only weakens tradi traditional
tional traditional family values.
The ruling in Hawaii was the
first legal action of its kind in
American history, The Associ Associated
ated Associated Press reported Wednesday,
and it could set a precedent for
similar court cases in the future.
But those marriages now rec recognized
ognized recognized in Hawaii are not neces necessarily
sarily necessarily recognized in other states
because of the Defense of Mar Marriage
riage Marriage Act, which was passed in
September and states that same samesex
sex samesex marriages will not be recog recognized
nized recognized nationwide.
And 13 states besides Florida
have legislation that prohibit
same-sex marriages, said David

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Student Union.
Prugh called the ruling a vic victory
tory victory to some extent, but added
that he does not think it is com complete
plete complete because of the Defense of
Marriage Act.
Marriage is still an important
foundation of our society, and I
dont think gay marriages will
weaken that foundation at all,
Prugh said.
But classical studies senior
Brandon Shore, who thinks a
homosexual lifestyle is immoral,
said the ruling in Hawaii could
allow gay marriages to destroy
that foundation.
Allowing same-sex mar marriages,
riages, marriages, what benefit is going to
come from that? he asked. The
whole point of marriage is to
have two different perspectives:
one from a guy and one from a
girl.
Children should be exposed to

both perspectives, and children
growing up in families with par parents
ents parents of the same sex will only be
taught immoral values, he said.
Prugh said the ruling only will
promote family values by encour encouraging
aging encouraging monogamous relation relationships.
ships. relationships.
He added that the ruling is
important not only because it
gives gays the same rights as
heterosexuals but also because it
gives sanctity to a long-term re relationship
lationship relationship between two people of
the same sex.
Engineering sophomore John
Ramirez, who like Shore thinks
that a homosexual lifestyle is
immoral, agreed that lifestyle
shouldnt be a factor in marriage.
I think they should be allowed
to get married if they love each
other, Ramirez said, adding
that the ruling would make
same-sex relationships some something
thing something that would be in writing.
It would be forever, he said.

Possibilities seen
in frozen lunar water

By Maya Avrasin
Contributing Writer
Lost in Space could very well
be a reality for many earthlings
because of the recent discovery
of a pool of water found in a
crater on the southern side of
the moon.
The Clementine spacecraft,
originally designed to track mis missiles
siles missiles and test Star Wars sen sensors,
sors, sensors, detected an icy pool of
water hidden inside the Aitkan
Basin a crater known to be
the deepest hole in the solar
system.
With the discovery of a frozen
pool of water, many possibilities
have been suggested as to the
use of the water.
* It could be a potential source
of energy, UF astronomy Pro Professor
fessor Professor S.T. Gottesman said.
Scientists believe growing
plants and creating food, fuel
and air all are possible results

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from the frozen water. Before
resources can be established,
the water must be frozen, Got Gottesman
tesman Gottesman said.
When the molecules of water
are split apart, hydrogen and
oxygen are separated, which
produces a possibility for the
hydrogen to become energy for
fuel and the oxygen to be re released
leased released into a dome for air, Got Gottesman
tesman Gottesman said.
The question is whether you
can get enough energy out of the
water than you put in, Gottes Gottesman
man Gottesman said.
If the transformation of the
water is a success, a lunar space
station could be created for fur further
ther further exploration of the universe.
With further examination of
the pool of water, more develop developments
ments developments will need to be made.
Id like to see more details,
Gottesman said.
The Associated Press contrib contributed
uted contributed to this report.

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10

ALLIGATOR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1996

Senate makes public relations group permanent

By Sarah Eisenhauer
Alligator Writer
With subjects ranging from
watching the actions of Student
Government on television to
granting money to fix an over overloaded
loaded overloaded computer network, five
different bills were voted on by
the Student Senate at Tuesday
nights meeting.
UF students soon will hear
more about what the senate does
because the senate unanimously
voted to make the External Re Relations
lations Relations and Orientation Commit Committee
tee Committee a permanent committee.

Darkened Century Tower sheds light on AIDS

By Melia Bowie
Contributing Writer
It was not something Megan Chapman,
a UF telecommunications senior, ever
thought she would attend.
But after a co-worker died from AIDS,
she found herself standing with others
Wednesday night to commemorate those
who have died from the disease.
Chapman joined about 100 students
and community members as they
marched with lighted candles, listened to
speakers and remembered loved ones at
the Darkening of-Century Tower, a can candlelight
dlelight candlelight vigil and march commemorating

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worth Dorworth created this committee to
publicize the actions of the sen senate
ate senate and to work as a public rela relations
tions relations committee.
I think the Student Senate for
a long time has heard complaints
because we have not publicized
our actions, Dorworth said.
The senate also voted for the
first time on two bills that would
grant funding for different stu student
dent student organizations.
Image, the organization that
records the senate meetings and
airs them on campus over Chan Channel

AIDS victims.
This is my first (march), Chapman
said. I think its a strong topic ... and it
brings out a melting pot of supporters.
Participants in the vigil stood together
beneath the darkened Century Tower
holding candles and appearing not to
notice the cold as they listened to prayers,
music and the remembrances of those
who lost family and friends to AIDS.
Ive lost over 100 people to AIDS ...
(but a) HIV or AIDS diagnosis is not the
end to life, said Richard, a Gainesville
resident who has been infected with HIV
for more than 12 years. He declined to
give his last name.

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cost so we can gain more revenue
through advertising. I want to
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senate agreed to transfer
$34,369 from SG reserves to the
SG operating budget for the in installation
stallation installation and upgrade of com computers
puters computers in the Reitz Union com computing
puting computing network.
Mike Hoffman, SG computer
network coordinator, said the
Reitz Union backbone com computer
puter computer network, which maintains
computers for SG, the Union and
the Career Resource Center, is
becoming overloaded.
In other business, the senate:
approved a bill proposed by

I beat the odds and I attribute that to
my positive attitude, Richard said. Life
has a lot to give and its worth fighting for.
Organizers of the vigil said they wanted
to convey a message of awareness.
Tonight each of us is here because of
hope, said David Etherington, president
of the North Central Florida AIDS Net Network.
work. Network. (This ceremony) brings awareness
to people about the pandemic.
Some students who participated in the
event said although the vigil makes peo people
ple people more aware about HIV and AIDS,
there still is a stigma associated with the
disease, and people are not ready to be
completely open and public about it.

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She said the Board of Masters
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I think a lot of people are scared, said
Eun Lee, a nursing student at Santa Fe
Community College. If(total acceptance)
happens, it will be way in the future ...
but Id like to think it would.
For other students, acceptance has al already
ready already come.
When I first came out, I was very
afraid of AIDS and people with AIDS,
said David Prugh, a UF history senior
and member of the Lesbian, Gay and
Bisexual Student Union. Volunteering
at the (NCFAN) network, I met so many
beautiful people with so much to offer. It
conquered my fear and gave me hope for
humanity.



for the past week, I had planned on writing
a salute to Chevy Chase's "Fletch," my
favorite movie about journalism. Oh well. At
least I didn't run an ad about it ahead of time.
Because and see if you can follow me on this
you can't run the ad, and then not run the story.
I also didn't want to write about what I am writ writing
ing writing about- my adventures on my FSU road trip.
But the point of this exercise is supposed to be
about storytelling, so dammit, here I go.
When my fiancee, Miriam, and I go to away
games without tickets, we have a patented method
for getting them at a pretty damn low price.
Decide ahead of time how much we will spend
for one pair. Once you've decided how much you
will spend, say S2O apiece, you go up to everyone
selling tickets and tell them, "Forty bucks for a pair."
Then it is up to them to tell you yes or no. This the theory
ory theory is not based on negotiation. In the Hardy sys system,
tem, system, you present yourself as the person in control.
We decided we would spend S4O apiece for FSU
tickets. The whole art to this is that you have to
realize nine out of ten people will laugh at your
asking price. The key is finding that tenth person.
And if you believe in fairy dust, he is out there.
We got to Doak Campbell Stadium about 10:30
that morning. The closer to kickoff, the lower the
price. We had a lot of bargaining ahead of us.
We heard tickets would be at least SIOO apiece.
So we scouted around first. We'd watch a transac transaction
tion transaction and then go up to the people afterward. We
figured SIOO was just an exaggeration. But people
paid SIOO in front of us and didn't blink an eye.
At around ten after eleven, we set up at a small
overpass that separated a parking lot from the sta stadium.
dium. stadium. Probably 100 people walked by, but none of
them took our offer. That's fine, though. You gotta
remember, 9 out of 10. Maybe that ratio was get getting
ting getting a little higher. But driving home that night, it
provided the only memory we laughed about.
There was a lead pole at the entrance of the over overpass
pass overpass that was and I'm giving the joke away here
- at crotch level. With scores of people streaming
by, every few minutes someone would rack their
nuts on it. Some got it worse than others. Some
narrowly dodged it. Others you wondered if they
would ever breathe properly again.
At twenty till noon we realized there was no
action at the bridge. We decided to make one
more go around the stadium. We ran into every
dirtbag who thought there were still people around
desperate enough to pay S3OO for a pair.
Just as Miriam said, "I think we ought to get
going," the angel of mercy appeared. Some guy
who had to be in his sixties or seventies decked
out in Gator gear had noticed my two fingers in the
position that had made dozens of people call
"Peace!" to me in the past two hours.
"Do you two need tickets to get in?"
"Uh, yeah."
He put his arm gently on our shoulders. "I'll tell
you what, today's your lucky day." He looked
around. "Two friends were supposed to meet us for
this, but I guess they're not going to show."
I didn't hear anything else he said. I was too
busy shoving SBO in his hands.
"Oh, I don't need that much," he said. He pulled
out his receipt to find out how much he paid.
"Let's see, it was $38.65 for the pair," he said as
he gave two twenties back. "I guess I owe you ..."
"Hey, keep the change," I assured the guy.
We got to meet his friends where we sat. It turns
out his name is Bobby. I'll say this: He's the coolest
Bobby I'll every meet in Tallahassee.

Fear and loathing in our section... DETOURS, p. 8

December 5, 1996 No. 14

Weezer play Florida Theatre Saturday night at 10.
Free El Scorcho chicken wings before show.
Tickets almost sold out. Sentence fragments good.
Talent wanted
Well, this semester's a bust. Time to start recruiting for next year!
If you can write, draw, take photos, contribute ideas or at least not shit yourself,
you may be just what we re looking for. E-mail us and let us know you're alive.

Detours Staffers Love Their Section:
Gregory Hardy
(ghardy@qrove.gfl.edM), editor;
Eric Justin
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(SOlO@qrove-Mfl.edM), assistant editor;
Contributors:
Danny Garcia. Brian Geller, Nik Robinson.
Heman Reyes and Bryan E. Schaus.
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of directors win keep the
grand prize trip to Cancun to
ourselves. Although some
may see this as unethical,
this holiday season well be
on me beach, getting drunk
and regretting our errors.
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... and the head kept on mooing

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During the last few years, I have witnessed first firsthand
hand firsthand the deterioration of music.

From the beginnings
of rhythm in prehistoric
times to the great com composers
posers composers of the Baroque,
Classical and Romantic
periods of music. Until

the 20th century the only acceptable means of musical
expression in the western world was the symphonic
orchestra, choral groups and combinations of both.
With the innovation of jazz and blues, music took an
alternate route, where the musician did not have to be
formally taught his trade. His feelings ruled his fingers
and his misfortunes gave breath to his words. From
these styles came rock 'n' roll.

The culmination of
rock came during the
1970 s when superbands
made up of musicians
armed with knowledge of
all previous types of
music (from the begin beginning
ning beginning of time) and techni technical
cal technical prowess ruled the
musical landscape. Since
then the quality of music
has slowly been declining
in all aspects and types.
Everything has become
simply a copy of what
has been done before;

and every time it gets recycled it becomes worse and

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Cigar Store Indians are at Brick City tonight

worse. People lose touch with the past and their roots.
I must say that many things lead me to believe that
music is dead.

don't mean shit when you can't play more than three
chords in a song or write lyrics that are worth the piece
of paper they're written on.
/think Gainesville has grown a lot of good bands
throughout the years, but of course it's had its
share of crap. There is a band for everyone and an
audience for any band. So go out and check out the

On Friday Crazy Fingers, a Grateful Dead cover

But it is not dead, and it will never
be as long as their are bands out their
that know what their doing. Bands
that play just for the sake of playing.
No message is needed, no attitude is
required and no MTV. Appearances

music. Clap if the band is
awesome and support them
anyway you can. If the band
sucks yell out your comments,
or boo them. They won't stop
producing shit unless they
know it sucks. Anyway this
weekend will bring a lot of
bands into town.
The Cigar Store Indians will
play the Brick City Music Hall
tonight. Straight out of the
19505, this bands gives you
anything all you be-bopers out
there want and hope for in a
good 'ole rock *n' roll band.

Thursday, December 5, 1 996, Detour^,

band, will be headlin headlining
ing headlining at Brick City.
Whoreculture,
Cosmic Tone, and
Allen Wrench play
Friday night at the
Hardback Case.
Whoreculture takes the
hard rock guitar sound
approach to music.
They've been around
for a long time, and so
they have developed
their own sound. They
are not just another
carbon copy of the
alternative rock sound
that we have told our ourselves
selves ourselves is good after
having it fed to us day

and night.
On Saturday the Hardback is having a big show with
Radon, Highway 66, Grain and Ankle Biter. Radon,
the mythological emo-punk group, will be blessing the
stage with their innovative approach to punk. If you're
wondering where most punk bands from Gainesville
get their influence from, go to the show and your ques questions
tions questions will be answered.
Love yourself, love your neighbor and love the music
that brings a smile or tear to your face, for it is a
unique reaction that it brings to us. I can't explain it
and don't wish to anyway.
If anyone has any comments about my semester,
please write to me at afn4s67@afn.org.

John S. Hall of King
Missile plays Saturday
at the Covered Dish.

3



4

, Oetoura, Thursday, December 5, 1996

Beavis Christ Superstar
The big screen allows the creator of MTVs most franchisable
cartoon stars to start more fires.

/ve always liked
Beavis and Butt-
Head. The show is
pretty damn funny, if
you dont take yourself
too seriously. Its not
intellectual funny and I
dont learn much from it,
but it makes me laugh.
Im not alone because the morons
are icons, and besides the confessed
fans,which includes me, Patrick
Stewart and Bernardo Bertolucci, I

know that half the hipsters
who rip on the show,
watch Beavis and Butt-
Head when theyre alone.
I have a photo of this
Indonesian kid on some
third world island, says
Mike Judge, creator and
voice of the white trash
divas. Theres no indoor
plumbing and hes in a
grass hut with his family,
wearing a Beavis and Butt-
Head T-shirt.

However, I wasnt antic anticipating
ipating anticipating Beavis and Butt-
Head Do America" to be
anything more than a big
screen, 90-minute version
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out with a baseball bat
Before the movie started,Judge
told the audience we were about to
see a third generation, washed out,
anemic version of the movr,...iJ tir
we should consider that wh ;l .Min .Mining
ing .Mining it. During the mr-' Jie scenes
flowed unseemlessly,joined by visible
editing tape. The sound wasnt much
better than my 20-year-old Zenith on
high volume and the film looked like it
was on loan from l939.When it hits
theaters on Dec. 20,that will all be
fixed, but it wouldnt make much dif difference.
ference. difference.
The film was hilarious. Ten minutes
into it, it was obvious that Judges

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screenplay was taking Beavis and Butt-
Heid beyond the limits of the TV
show, into Cheech and Chong territo territory,
ry, territory, with guns, peyote, blasphemy (a
personal favorite of mine) and a brain
damaged America where Beavis and
Butt-Head fit in like favorite sons.
There was a little more freedom,
says Judge.lts going to be PG-I3,but
itll be close. Theres a little we have to
take out. MTV is very sensitive about
weird things, especially violence, like
when Butt-Head smacks Beavis,and
we cant show guns in the ads,but its
all in the movie.

By Eric Justin

The boys dont watch videos during
the film, which I thought would be a
problem,but Judge accounts for it well
with some excellent music sequences,
including the Chili Peppers,White
Zombie and the great Isaac Hayes
(wrote the Shaft theme),and you
forget about the absent videos quickly.
The plot isnt genius. B&B travel
across America, hitting sites of histori historical
cal historical interest,and tangle with sluts,
thugs, the ATF, nuns, Mr. Anderson (he
thinks theyre the kids wacking off in
his Winnebego),and a busload of
senior citizens. Beavis struggles with

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his caffeine-induced, multiple personali personalities,
ties, personalities, and Butt-Head anticipates the ulti ultimate
mate ultimate score.
There s also a lot of fire. Judge
never thought B&B was responsible
for the whole kid-arsonist deal in the
trash-belt a few years back, so he did didn
n didn t hesitate about returning Beavis to
his modern-day Prometheus status.
That woman left a 5-year-old and a
2-year-old in a trailer, unattended, and
went on a date," says Judge.
Thats illegal in itself. The kid had
been starting fires since he was three,
and they didn't even get cable there.
Judge says that people have formed
opinions about the show without hav having
ing having ever seen it. The media saw B&B as

a good button to push with par parents
ents parents and activist groups,to scare
people. (Scaring people+embell people+embellishing=high
ishing=high people+embellishing=high ratings).
He also blames some of the
criticism on bad episodes.
There came times when I
could stay up until 2 a.m.and fix
the episode,but I'd blow it off
and go home, says Judge.l'm
not proud of a lot of episodes.
The new movie also offers
insight into the whereabouts of
the boys fathers.
Judge also said that the boys
are at Butt-Head's house while
watching TV and that both of
their mothers are waitresses
who sleep all day and work all
night.



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r raveling 1,500 miles to get a
good-tastin' brew might
sound a little insane, but it also
may be worth it.
Some of the best beers in the
world are concocted in this very
country, but they are not available
in Florida for a variety of silly rea reasons.
sons. reasons.
One law restricts the package
size of malt beverages (beer) to 8-,
12-, 16- or 32-ounce containers,
while some of the greatest drinks
are contained in 22-ounce bottles.
In fact, my favorite beer, Rogue's
Shakespeare Oatmeal Stout -,
brewed in Newport, Ore., is only
packaged in a 22-ounce bottle.
My friends, this beer is delicious.
It's a thick, creamy brew perfect
for winter carrying hints of coffee
and chocolate.
Many people think of Guinness
when they hear the wjjrd "stout."
Please realize, while that Dublin
beer is great, this is better.
Shakespeare is equally as thick, but
fuller in flavor part floral and part
roasty.
Jim Cline, general manager of
Rogue Ale, said many Southern
states, mainly Florida, Tennessee
and Alabama, have highly restrictive
laws regarding beer distribution,
and he has an idea about why.
"What packages are all the major
domestic beers in?" Cline asked.
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imagine that to an extent there is
lots of lobby dollars spent there."
Shakespeare, which is distrib distributed
uted distributed throughout the western states,
is not likely to appear on Florida
shelves soon unless Florida legis legislators
lators legislators vote to amend this law. Cline
said Rogue is not equipped to

package this
masterpiece
in a bottle of
a different
size.
Although,
he added,
"anything is
possible,"
Size is not
the problem
for Hurhboldt
Brewery.
Brewmaster
Steve Parkes
said the rea-

son Florida can't get Red Nectar,
one of Humboldt's finest, is
because "we are still at the point of
selling everything we make in
California. There is no point in
sending it any farther."
m m inety-five percent of this
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This beer of the gods -a cop copper-colored
per-colored copper-colored ale is filiecf with deli delicate
cate delicate floral accents, similar but soft softer
er softer than Sierra Nevada's Pale Ale. To
make this selection even more
complex (It's so neat that one can
describe a flavor with die word
"complex."), there are sweet and
malty hints.
"A sweet, satisfying thirst-

quencher," pre-existquencher," my drinking friend says
each time he recalls sipping the
beer in a California bar.
Although Humboldt is one of
California's fastest growing inde independent
pendent independent breweries, Parkes said is
likely to remain dedicated to the
western states.
So, during this Winter Break, hop
in your car, on a plane, on a train
and check out two of the west's
greatest inventions.
Although Sierra Nevada Porter is

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an incredible selection that can be
found in Florida, an argument can
be made for why one should hop
on that bus or plane or even walk
toward die Pacific Ocean to savor
this brew.
In fact, all of this brewery's prod products
ucts products taste better out west. The
Hogtown Brewer said the differ difference
ence difference in taste comes from the time
and travel the bottles go through

before reaching here.
On either coast, or in between,
this porter is one of the best
creamy and chocolatey. It's just that
out west it is sweeter, more flowery
and fresher.
mm or years, though, Florida
Mm drinkers have not had the
M opportunity to swallow the
sweet tastes of Sierra Nevada's
Celebration Ale, a magnificent
malty winter brew. But this year, its
distributors say, Florida will be
blessed.
And just a few days ago the ale
found its way to Florida stores.
Whether you are in this state,
the west or somewhere in between
this holiday season, don't hesitate
to pick up a new beer and check it
out.
Hidden in about every corner of
this country there is a brewery pop popping
ping popping up, and many serve selections
worth tasting.
Happy drinking and happy holi holidays.
days. holidays.
Salud.

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Holiday films for the soul

By Bryan E. Schaus

is the season to get inundated whether its
shopping, relatives, exams or egg nog..
For movies,the time has arrived,and it wont let
up until sometime after most New Years resolutions go by
the wayside.
Hollywood has made the season to be a jolly,cutthroat
slugfest, releasing 40-plus films in a six-week period (that
doesnt include independent films).
I chose five films worth seeing between shopping, baking
cookies and brushing with death while hanging up the lights.
America continues its love affair with aliens in the bloated
opus Mars Attacks!, opening Dec. 13. More of those kooky
aliens attack Earth,and its up to the president of the United
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Tom Jones (remember ladies its a movie
screen,so dont throw your panties!) are
just a few of the all-stars in Tim Burtons
film.
The sexy thriller "Bound will be stop stopping
ping stopping off at the Hippodrome on Dec 13.
The plot-twisting, risque noir stars Jennifer
Bullets Over Broadway Tilly, Gina
Showgirls Gershon (guess whos naked?),
and Joe Bad Boys Pantoliano.
Also on the 13th,Tom Cruise does the
impossible by playinga nice sports agent in
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Crowe,gives the finger to Drew Rosenhaus and other
morally challenged agents.
Spend Chirstmas day with Madonna,as she returns to the

screen in the lush musical
Evita." Lourdes mom plays
Eva You Must Love Me
Peron.the wife of Argentine
president,Juan Peron. The rest
of the cast sing and dance
their way through Alan
(Fame" and Pink FloydrThe
Wall) Parkers film.
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Palace's food ain't royal

By Brian Geiler

At was the evening of Thanksgiving. I
had finished being grateful for stuff,
and it was time for bad stuff to happen
so I could curse my fate again.
I started by going to the dog track,
where every dog I picked was a gimp. In
the ensuing weekend, every team I root rooted
ed rooted for let me down. The Gators lost. The
Bucs lost. The Lightning lost twice.
But in the midst of all this anguish, I
found a chance at redemption. Where
did I find all this? At the Ice Palace
new home of Tampa Bay Lightning.
My palatial evening began with a salt salted
ed salted pretzel, which was OK. I put too
much mustard on it, as the stains on my

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for that but myself, though, and the
mustardly challenged parts of the pretzel
tasted good.
I suffered from more condiment condimentinduced
induced condimentinduced misery later on when I had one
of my brother's onion rings. Again, I'm
not sure what the onion ring part tasted
like, because my brother had ketuchup ketuchupmania.
mania. ketuchupmania. As other stains can attest, the
onion rings were doused in this all-too all-tooplentiful
plentiful all-tooplentiful tomato byproduct of death.
OK, maybe all I've proven so far is
that I am a slob. Maybe you are wonder wondering
ing wondering if I've ever used a napkin. Well I
have, just not on this particular evening.
Every bit of food I ate did not end in a
stain. I ate some cotton candy with as
much grace as anyone.

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delicious. I dare say it was the best thing
I had all evening. Crisp, light and red-

flavored, it evapo evaporated
rated evaporated in my mouth.
There was a little
kid in front of me
who also got cot cotton
ton cotton candy. But he
didn't finish it, and
it ended up on the
floor. I wanted to
grab him by the
shirt and yell, "Hey
punk, that's good
cotton candy -a
light and scrump scrumptious
tious scrumptious delicacy! If I

were you, I'd finish it!"
After one of the intermissions, my dad
brought back a plain cheese Pizza Hut
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Pizza Hut. Just yesterday I went to the

Pizza Hut lunch buffet. One time at
the lunch buffet, I ate a decent decentsized
sized decentsized slice in one bite and didn't
even choke to death. I've been lov loving
ing loving personal pan pizzas since the
Reagan administration.
But this was different. The pizza
was bland. The traditional interplay
between sauce and cheese was
absent. In its place was a barren
wasteland. I don't know what hap happened,
pened, happened, but I know I don't want to
experience it again.
So what else is there to talk about? t
Oh yeah, I saw a hockey game

that night too. The Lightning lost to the
Dallas Stars 2-1. The Bolts stink.
Everything stinks. Thanksgiving
schmanksgiving, I say.

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Fear and loathing everywhere

By Hernan Reyes

Reporters are not supposed
to be biased, invent facts or
turn in their articles without a lot
of revision, but that is exactly what
made Hunter S. Thompson a

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Bagels

Bagels & Such
Next to Media Play and T] Maxx at
Newberry Crossing. Fresh Baked Ba Bagels
gels Bagels from Bageland, Sandwiches and
Homemade cheesecakes. Open at 7:00,
7 days a week for breakfast & Lunch.
331-3211.

Casual

Copper Monkey
1702 W. University Ave.
Upstairs in the UF Plaza 374-4984.
Come join us in a casual atmosphere.
Choose from our full menu of delicious
soups, salads, appetizers, sandwiches
and more! Voted best burgers in
Gainesville. Happy Hour last all day
everyday with $2.95 pitchers and 2-4-1
mixed drinks. 10% discount to UF em employees
ployees employees with proper I.D.CASUAL
The Swamp Restaurant
Every Monday through Thursday from
5 pm to 9 pm. Buy any two dinner en entrees
trees entrees and receive a free bottle of im imported
ported imported wine. The Swamp 1642 IV.
University Ave.

Cajun/creole

Po' Boys Creole Case
Home of the famous New Orleans style
Po' Boy Sandwich and creole delights
served in French sourdough bread
bowls. Homemade jambalaya, shrimp
etouffe, red beans and rice, and gum gumbos.
bos. gumbos. Plus daily specials, happy hour on
the patio and muffaletta Mon. Now
featuring Bayou Brunch Sun. 10-2 pm.
Ladies night with free beer for ladies
from 8-12 every Tues. and $5 all-u-can
drink for evervone from spm-9pm
every Fridav. 337-0644 24 S. Main St.

Chinese

August Moon Express
UF Plaza 1702 W Universitv Ave.(ne\t
to Kotobuki). Daily lunch special $2.85.
Delivery Avail. Open 7 days a week M-
F 11a.m.-10p.m. Sat & Sun noon-lOp.m.

famous journalist and the origina originator
tor originator of Gonzo journalism.
Celebrating the 25th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of Thompsons most influen influential
tial influential work, Fear and Loathing in Las
Vegas, Island Records has released
a spoken word version of the
book. The audio version includes

Chinese

Chinee Takee Outee
Daily Lunch Special from 11am to 2
pm. Open Mon.-Fri., llam-lOpm and
Sat.,-Sun., Uam-9pm. Located at 14
NW 13th St. Across from Holiday Inn.
372-7907.

Coffee

Joe Muggs Coffee
Located inside Books-A-Million. Open
7 days a week 9am-llpm. Expresso Expressocappuccino-latte-cafe
cappuccino-latte-cafe Expressocappuccino-latte-cafe au lait-bagels lait-bagelscakes-pastries-decafs-tea.
cakes-pastries-decafs-tea. lait-bagelscakes-pastries-decafs-tea. Live music
every Friday 7pm-? A great place to
study.
Maude's Classic Case
A Gourmet Coffee Shop.
Need a quiet place to study for finals?
Try our comfortable atmosphere and 2
for 1 coffee and cappuccino specials
Mon.-Sat. from 2 pm- 7pm. Our coffee
makes you smarter and retain more
knowledge. Amaze friends and wow
parents.
Looking for great Christmas gifts?
Bring home some gourmet coffee for
friends and family. Great stocking stuf stuffers
fers stuffers too! Located next to the Hippo Hippodrome
drome Hippodrome downtown. Call 336-9646.

Home cooking

Firpo's Diner
Great food, good prices, big portions,
and friendly atmosphere. Food cooked
to order. Daily specials from $2.95.
Breakfast served all day, everyday.
Open everyday sam Bpm. Dine-in &
carry-out. Comer of NW 6th and 23rd
Ave. 376-4453.

Italian

Ruscito's Italian
Restaurant
For Gainesville's best Italian food try
Ruscito's. Fresh garlic rolls, collosal
calzones, fresh lasagna and nightly
specials. Eatin' Path says, "Portions are
grand at tiny Ruscito's" The Alligator's
Anthony Digests gave Ruscito's four
and one half helmets. Open seven days
a week. Open for lunch llam-3pm
Mon-Friday. Open for dinner spm spm-11pm
-11pm spm-11pm Friday and Saturday, and spm spm-10pm
-10pm spm-10pm Sunday thru Thursday 373-2575

The original story was published
in Rolling Stone in 1971 and is
considered a classic.
Its like The Great Gatsby.You
wouldnt change a word, said jour journalism
nalism journalism Professor William McKeen,
who wrote a biography of
Thompson.

Japanese

Miya Sushi
Voted #1 Japanese Sushi restaurant.
Seafood souptempurateriyaki (beef
ck. breast shrimp). Yakisobafried
ricebeer* winesa ke. Open 7 days until
10pm. 335-3030 Next to Publix at Butler
Plaza on Archer Rd.

Mexican

Ashley's Mexican and
American Restaurant
Butler Plaza, 375-4064. Jumbo Margari Margaritas
tas Margaritas are our specialty! Open 7 days a
week. Monday thru Saturday 11am 11am-I:lsam
-I:lsam 11am-I:lsam and Sunday 4pm-10:15pm.
Happy hour daily llam-6pm. Daily
Specials: Sunday Jumbo Gold Margari Margaritas
tas Margaritas $6.95, Monday Long Island Iced Tea
Jumbos $6.25, Tuesday Mexican Gold
Rush $6.95, Wednesday Jumbo Marga Margaritas
ritas Margaritas $6.50, Thursday all Import Beers
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Burrito Brothers
Serving Gainesville since 1976. 100%
Vegetarian items available. Try our fa famous
mous famous guacamole and unique black
bean items! Open 7 davs.
16 NW 13th St. 378-5948.
Crazy Burro
5 SE 2nd Ave Downtown 335-3001
Straight from San Diego, Gainesville's
newest restaurant offering fine Mexi Mexican
can Mexican food. Our unique patio setting is
great for all occasions. Stop by Mon.-
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Sun. afternoons during the game.
Serving food til midnight Thurs.-Sat.
El Patio
Authentic Mexican food with a south southof-the-border
of-the-border southof-the-border atmosphere. Liquor li license
cense license newly acquired. Margarita
specials daily. Fast service, inexpensive
prices and large portions. New man management
agement management and chef. Carry-out available.
Located in Gainesville Shopping Cen Center
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Call 335-7292.

Thompson is recognized as
the founder of Gonzo journal journalism,
ism, journalism, where the reporter is the
center of the story. Gonzo also
isnt concerned with objectivity.
There are a lot of times
when Thompson plays with the
facts, yet every journalist does
it to some degree, McKeen
said.

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Experience authentic Mexican dining at
Gainesville's favorite Mexican restau restaurant.
rant. restaurant. Featuring Fajitas, Quesadillas,
and Chimichangas along with our
daily lunch & dinner specials. Located
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376-6989. Open Monday-Thursdav
llam-lOpm. Friday-Saturday 11am 11am-10pm.
10pm. 11am-10pm. Sunday 4pm-10pm.

Carousel Case and Tea
House
Vegetarian gourmet in a Victorian set setting.
ting. setting. Angel Gardens gift shop next
door. Open 7 days, M-Th: 11-3, Fri-
Sun.: 11-5, High tea Fri-Sun 3:30-5. 1/4
mile North of 43rd Street extension on
441 North. Large parties welcome. Call
418-2077 for more information
Kesl's Coney Island
INTERNATIONAL FOODS NATU NATURALLY
RALLY NATURALLY PREPARED. Specializing in
Vegetarian Whole food: Try our Island
Burrito, Black bean Supreme, Natural
Turkey, Tofu or Tempeh served man)'
ways. Stir fry veggie-brown rice, Sal Salads,
ads, Salads, Frozen Yogurt, Whole Grain Cook Cookies,
ies, Cookies, Cakes and more! Take-out
welcome. 372-9288. Downtown in front
of Hippodrome Theatre since 1939. 210
SE Ist. Lunch and Dinner serv ed 7
days a week. Breakfast served on
weekends.
f Our Place Case
Best Breakfast in town! Fresh muffins,
homemade biscuits, buttermilk pan pancakes.
cakes. pancakes. Try our lowfat vegetarian spe specials
cials specials and soup prepared daily from the
freshest ingredients. We make our own
special marinade for our tofu. Open
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Mexican

Natural

Ralph Steadmans art is
integral to Thompsons story.

Persian

La Boheme
Come join us at La Boheme and enjoy
the relaxing atmosphere of the Sun
Center Plaza. Uniquely prepared Per Persian
sian Persian dishes with American tastes will
tantalize your tastebuds. We invite you
to come dine with us for lunch and
dinner Monday through Friday. For
reservations, daily specials and cater catering
ing catering information phone 375-6612.

Teriyaki

Maui Teriyaki
At Maui Teriyaki the food is so incred incredible,
ible, incredible, you'll find yourself addicted. Our
recipes are unique and everything is
made from scratch; including our se secret
cret secret teriyaki sauce. We use only the
freshest, highest quality ingredients.
Try our famous chicken bowl for only
$3.79. Take advantage of our early-bird
special from 3-6 pm daily; Get free su supersizing
persizing supersizing on your meal. As always, free
drink refills. 600 NW 75th St. (Tower
Rd.) Call 331-3393.

Tex mex

Ernesto s Tex-Mex Case
Downtown at 6 S. Main St. 376-0750.
Open M-Th 11:30 am 9pm, Fri & Sat.
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FOR RENT:
1 FURNISHED
Student-run co-op 1 blk to UF
10 meals/wk, a/c
ONLY 5235 mo., util. incl.
Free parking Co-ed
CLO 117 NW 15th St. 377-4269.
12-11-74-1
Super Clean Efficiency
Walk Shands
$295.00 Month Includes ALL
Utilities Phone 336-9836
Enjoy Quiet Privacy.
12-11-74-1
* SPARKLING OAKBROOK WALK
Luxury condo 4 blks from campus,
security. Maid service, European kitchen
w/micro, diswash, disposal, fullsize
wash/dry. $230 to $405 monthly. Call
Richard 375-4541. 12-11-18-1
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I FOR RENT-FURNISHED
Huge two story 2bd/2ba w/study at
Lakewood Villas. 1145 sq ft. balcony off
master bdroom. ceramic tile floor.
$740/mo. avail, mid Dec. Call 373-9294.
12-11-12-1
Want peace and quiet? Large art studio
made into furn room in house in beautiful
country setting 25 mins from UF.
Female, must have car, like cats. Deposit
SIOO/wk S3OO/mo 335-2438. 12-6-9-1
Do your homework in the jacuzzi.
You'll enjpy many luxuries at
Gainesville's finest womens residence.
The Ivy House 335-8471. 12-11-15-1
WALK Time -1 minute
Private bedroom / maid service
/ lots & lots of parking
/ fun and affordable 372-3557. 12-11-
15-1
Friends don't let friends be driven home
by drunk drivers.

J FOR RENT FURNISHED
Oakbrook Walk: 2bd/2ba fully furnished.
W/D microwave Ist floor alarm.
S6OO/month. Avail Dec 20. Call 379-0129.
12-11-9-1
Rooms, students preferred, SSO per
week. Cable TV. private room 15 min.
bike from campus 376-0384 leave name
and number after sixth ring. Rooms al always
ways always open.
12-6-5-1
Room for rent in furn. 3bd/2ba house. No
alcohol or smoking please. Close to cam campus.
pus. campus. Avail for spring or longer and
$250/mo+ 1/4 util. Call 335-5121. 12-11-
6-1
Ibd in 3bd/Iba Lg. NW house 1.5 miles
toUF N/S. F pref. $260/mo + util. Call Jen
or Nanda @ 376-8746 AVAILABLE JAN 1.
12-11-6-1
1 Bedroom available next semster in
University Commons $286/mo neg.
Friendly roommates. 373-7180. 12-6-3-1
Room available in a 3br house for M/F.
S2OO/dep + Ist months rent ($200) Move
in anytime Dec 16-Jan 1. Call 380-0072
Iv msg. 12-10-4-1
FOR RENT:
2 UNFURNISHED
SUN BAY Apartments
Grad Stuents 599 Deposits
Walk or Bike to Campus*
1-1 5390/mo*S46o/mo
708 SW 16th Ave376-6720.
12-11-74-2
Lg IBR w/study. Ig country kit, hardwood
floors Complete apt in private home Cent
air washer outlet $389.00 373-6800 12-
5-28-2
CENTER COURT
1 Month's rent free! Walk to UF from quiet
tree-lined neighborhood. Dishwasher,
cent air, pet ok. 2br from $495 & 3brs
from $735. Free parking 1 block to UF
336-2777. 12-11-73-2
Live in luxury with Fido, too. 1,2, & 3
bedroom apts. with W/D, dishwasher,
alarm systems & more. Beautiful setting
with 2 fitness rooms, 3 pools, tennis
courts & racquetball. Check out our new
pet policy Call the POLOS 335-7656.
12-11-74-2
VIZCAYA APARTMENTS
1 Bdr starting at $385
2 Bdr one bath $465
2 Bdr two bath $575
3 Bdr two bath $670
Ask about our January specials.
378-2651
12-11-73-2
Huge 2BR 2BA with balcony on wooded
brook. Quiet professional neighbors, new
wood & carpet floors. Fresh paint,
showroom clean, pool, fan, blinds
$589.00.373-6800. 12-5-28-2
2 & 3 Bedroom units $350-450. All elec,
cent a/c, pool, tennis, B-ball, waste, pest,
lawns. Small pet sls/mo. M-F 10-3 or by
appt. Alamar Gardens. 4400 SW 20th
Ave. 373-4244. 12-11-71-2
3BR 2BA like new condition, paddle fan,
minis and verticals, ceramic tile, Berber
and plush carpet, huge 1370 sq ft, pool,
as low as $619. 373-6800. 12-5-28-2
Lg 2br/Iba cent air/ht, verticals, dw, new
carpet, new tile. $395/mo. Lg Ibr/Iba
walkin closet, cent ht/ai/, verticals
$295/mo. Available now and January Ist.
2bd/2ba $425. Call 375-7986.
1-7-61-2
***MERRY CHRISTMAS***
Enjoy Dec. FREE if you sign
by Nov. 15. Studios...s36s
1 8r..5375. 1 Block UF.
Call for appointment... 372-7111.

THURSDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1996, ALLIGATOR,

2 FOR BENT-UNFURNISHED
3bd/2ba & den. ultra nice. Close to cam campus.
pus. campus. Avail 12/1 (S9OO/mo + sec) 3700 NW
12th Ave 372-0399. 12-5-30-2
2 BEDROOM
Close to campus & still quiet?
Check out University Heights behind Nor Norman
man Norman Hall. $470. Today or Later. 372-
3557. 12-11-15-2
WALK TO CAMPUS***
1 bedroom $285 to $350
2 bedroom $395 to $4lO
GORE-RABELL REAL ESTATE, INC.
REALTORS 378-1387
12-11-28-2
LARGE 2BR/IBA APT IN 4-PLEX
Beautiful setting. Near Haile Plantation.
Drive by to look at 7305 SW 42nd Place.
$365/mo. Call 376-0108. 12-11-22-2
Sign up NOW for January
Start the New Year off in
a Ibr/Iba, 1 block to UF, pool
Only $375, studios are only $365!
Call for your appointment.. 372-7111.
12-11-22-2
ON A BUDGET?
But do not want a roommate? We are the
answer!! Eff/$235/mo 2br/$285/mo up
MEADOWCREST APTS
378-3988
12-11-21-2
AWAY FROM CAMPUS COMMOTION
Located in quiet, wooded NW
1 Brs from $350, 2 Brs from $495 & 3
Brs from $735. Free parking 1 block to
UF Available NOW & Jan. Northwest
Properties 336-2777. 12-11-21-2
ONLY 110 STEPS FROM CAMPUS
LOOKING GLASS APTS
Spring Lease Now
New luxury apts with 2br/2ba
alarm, W/D, Bay windows, dw
starting at $7lO. 376-1111. 1-15-27-2'
Nice 4br 2bath house on 34th St. by
University Ave. Screen porch, garage,
big yard, w/d, no pets. Available Jan 1,
$llOO/mo. 378-1711.
12-6-8-2
Spacious IBR, paddle fan, mini's & verti verticals,
cals, verticals, large porch, terrific & quiet location,
beautiful landscaping, very clean
$429.00. 373-6800 12-5-28-2
Sublets Available
Leases through March or July $370-480.
376-7041. 12-11-16-2
TALISMAR NEAR UF, IBR, EAT-IN
KITCHEN, ENCLOSED COURTYARD,
CENTRAL AIR/HEAT, INCLUDES SOME
UTILITIES $285 ED BAUR MANAGE MANAGEMENT
MENT MANAGEMENT INC. 375-7104. 12-11-15-2
CASABLANCA EAST
2/1.5 spacious condo, W/D hookups.
plenty of storage, minutes from us and
shopping. Avail, now, must see!
595/month. Call Tina 373-7575. 12-11-
15-2
NEW APARTMENTS
ADJACENT TO CAMPUS
AVAILABLE JANUARY
1,2,3 bedrooms
washer/dryer furnished
security alarms
fitness center
Pebble Creek Apartments
2360 SW Archer Road
(352) 376-9607.
12-11-15-2
OAKBROOK WALK/BIKE TO
UF/SHANDS, 2BR, 2BA, WASHER /
DRYER, FULLY EQUIPPED KITCHEN,
POOL, AVAIL NOW S6OO ED BAUR
MANAGEMENT INC. 375-7104. 12-11-
15-2
AFFORDABLE SW LIVING
2BR. 1 1/2 BA Townhouse. Hook-up &
Dishwasher. Pets OK. $490/mo. Free
parking 1 block to UF Avail. Now & Jan.
Call Colonial Oaks at 373-1111. 12-11-
12-2

VISA

2 FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
3 bedroom 2 bath house central ht/air
fenced back yard walk to us 419 NW 12st.
S7OO/mo. Call 375-7986 also available
2br/Iba; 2br/2ba & Ibr/Iba available now
& Jan Ist. 12-6-11-2
Aloha Garden Apts. 2/3 BR unit
5475/5575 near UF, Shands. Pool, Rac Racquetball,
quetball, Racquetball, 3009 SW Archer Rd. Also Cedar
Ridge 2BR Towhouse $375 near Oaks
Mall 377-0555 Bonnie. 12-11-13-2
GREENLEAF 2 bdrm CONDO 7005 SW
44th Ave 5435 Schackow Realty 331-
0590. 12-11-12-2
YOU CAN AFFORD THIS!
2BR/IBA close to Butler Plaza. Fitness
Room & Clubhouse. Pets OK. $495/mo.
Free parking 1 block to UF. Avail. Now &
Jan Call Spanish Trace at 373-1111. 12-
11-12-2
Beautiful 1 BR, 1 BA APT near UF,
SHANDS, VA. Brand new appliances.
MUST SEE. S4OO per month. Call 371-'
6513. 12-5-7-2
For rent. 3 bed, 2.5 bath condo. $685 or
per room S2OO-$250. Pets ok.
R/R/D/D/WD close to UF. Realtors Bos Bosshardt
shardt Bosshardt Property Management Inc. 1810
NW 6st Suite A 371-2118.
12-10-10-2
BRAND NEW
GATOR PLACE APTS
ONLY A FEW LEFT
3600 SW 23RD ST. 372-2713. 12-11-11-
2
ALL THE BELLS AND WHISTLES! Luxury
student community, every amen, spa spacious,
cious, spacious, furn, util included. Individual
leases-FREE Roommate matching.
Apartment Hunters-UF Plaza 336-9349
12-10-10-2
FREE# FREE# FREE# FREE
Apartment Locating Service. Up to date
availabilities, prices, specials & dis discounts.
counts. discounts. Let us save you the time, $ and
hassles! Apartment Hunters UF Plaza.
336-9349. 12-10-10-2
Lg 1 & 2 brs. Only 2.5 mi from UF. Close
to shopping, on bus line, cent h/a, walk-in
closets, tennis & raquetball courts, brand
new laundry.l br $315-$345; 2br $395-
$445 A few left for next Semester. Call
now for specials. 335-7066. 12-1 1-11-2.
Exceptionally Elegant
1 bedroom apt. Unlimited electric. 1 block
from main campus. 335-8471. Women
only. 12-11-11-2
CLOSE,CLEAN
And inexpensive! IBR from $345 2BR
from 5440 Popular student community.
Walk/bike to campus. Call 372-7555
ASAP to reserve! 12-IT-10-2
WALK TO CLASS
3 rooms in Nice 5/2 house 2 rooms @
$250-270 ea, 1 rm w/bath @ $290/mo.
W/D, porch swing Clean, non smokers
1/2 blk to O Dome 375-1741 or 379-4969.
12-11-10-2
ANNOUNCING
The Landings Phase II
2 Bed, 2.5 bath townhouses available Jan
2. Come see today at'll4o Williston
Road! Rent includes free cable and
alarm, pool, tennis, basketball, and fit fitness.
ness. fitness. Townhouses include W/D,
microwave, dishwasher, private baths
and balconies. Free parking 1 block from
UF. Make the scene at Gainesville's
HOTTEST new address only 10 left!
336-3838 Office: 3801 SW 13th St.
12-11-9-2
CULTURE, COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
at Arlington Square from S3BO
Walk to nightclubs, library, restaurants
theater. Studios, 1 & 2 br apts
338-0002
12-11-9-2
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2 fOR RENT UNFURNISHED
~IWF clean, N/S fora 1/1 in a2/2 1/2 5250
plus 1/2 utilities. MUST SEE. Call 377-
6817 Iv mess.
12-11-8-2
Grad/law student wanted to share
wonderful home two blks from lawschool/
10 min walk to main campus. 2b/2ba,
den, sunroom, deck, fireplace, w/d Avail
Jan 1 377-7172.
12-6-5-2
Master Bdrm with private bath in 3/2
house near UF with fireplace. W/D and
full kitchen. $275 plus 1/3 utilities. Call
Jason at 338-8027. 12-6-5-2
Home, students preferred. Rent by week
or by month. Rent room or all of house.
15 min. bike from campus. Central heat &
air 2-3 bedroom. Leave name & number
376-0384. 12-6-5-2
A BARGAIN WITH A FIREPLACE!
2 bedrooms, ceiling fans, microwave,
' f W/D hookup, S3OO-$395/mo. 6121 NW
26th St. 1000 SW 59 Terr. 7214 SW 44
Place. Call 331-2099. 12-6-4-2
AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
Brand new 4br/4ba townhomes
Washer/dryer. Alarm, Microwave
Only 4 blks to UF $ 1250/mo
371-7777 or 1620 W. Univ. Ave.
12-11-7-2
LARGE & AFFORDABLE
1,2, & 3 Br apts and townhomes
in beautifully wooded surroundings
1 MONTH FREE ON OUR 3 BR APT
In The Pines 373-3371
205 SE 16th Avenue
12-11-7-2
MOVING TO WEST PALM? Singer Island
studio apt on Infra Coastal, 3 blks to
beach, pool, dock, free cable, just
renovated, new everything. $450/mo.
374-7044 12-9-5-2
LUXURY LIVING
2bd/2ba, 1 blk to campus, vaulted ceil.,
great parking, avail Jan. 1. 372-9403.
12-5-5-1
r>
PARKING PROBLEMS?
Only 4 Blocks to UF
Rooms 5305 all util, paid
Studio $275, pool, laundry
371-7777 or 1620 W. Univ. Ave.
12-11-7-2
2 bdrm 1 ba apt 3 blks from Tigert Hall.
Central AC $505/mo. inc. water, sewer
and garbage. Recently painted,
hardwood floors, no pets. Call 466-4186
day and evenings, local. 12-11-7-2
1 Br, in a 3Br/1.58a house 2 blocks from
law school $2lO/mo + 1/3 utils. Call Jeff
or Dirk at 335-8737. 12-10-5-2
1/2 Block to Campus
2 bed 2 bath w/d A/C heat
Call Eric or Mike 338-8340
$675/mo The Avenues
You can rent 1 bed 5325/mo. 12-10-5-2
Two houses for rent at $450 and
SSOO/mo. Both are 2bd/Iba. Located on
500 block of SE 2nd St. Call 378-5710
days or 335-0482 evenings. 12-6-3-2
2 BR apartment near main library, after afternoons
noons afternoons only. Call 377-6918 for appoint appointment.
ment. appointment. 12-6-3-2
Ibd apt downtown. Close to campus. 216
SW 3rd Ave #3. S2BO/mo 371-5866.
Others available. 12-11-6-2
1 bd Cottage in great neighborhood.
Close to campus. Cent Heat A/C, wood
stove, miniblinds, D/W. 5425/Mo 618 B
NW 14 AVe (cannot see from road) 371-
5866. Others available. 12-11-6-2
ADORABLE DUPLEX 2bd/Iba. W/D
hkup, carpet, carport, quiet, no pets, spa spa<
< spa< cious, burglar bars, cent h/a $425/mo,
close to UF. 376-0080. 12-11-6-2
Townhouse 3br/3ba spacious, safe &
clean with swimming pool, very close to
UF (only 1 mile). 1456 SW 25th PI Ideal
for 3 students 5750 + utils. Call collect
eves 1-(770)-886-9200 or Iv msg. 12-11-
Duckpond efficiency. 1.8 miles from cam campus,
pus, campus, above detached garage, A/C, park parking,
ing, parking, storage 5375/mo + utilities. Avail
12-20. Ist & last. 371-7149. 12-11-5-2
Sublease spacious Ibdrm Iba 2nd floor,
pets allowed, 5 min. walk to Norman,
$350/mo. water inc. great view of wooded
park. Move in Jan. 1. Call Cyndi 373-
3139. 12-11-5-2
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2 FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
759 Sq ft 1 br apt from $459/mo. Avail late
Dec. 375-8522. 12-11-5-2
1 room efficiency, all utilities included,
$195/mo, 3 blks from university. Call
Century 21 John Merrill Inc. 372-1495.
12-5-1-2
A HAVEN FOR FIDO!
4 Blks to UF, IBrs from $360/mo
Patio, Near Laundry & Pool
Wood Floors Available, Pets OK
371-7777 or 1620 W. University Ave.
12-11-5-2
DUCKPOND STUDENTS
and pets allowed. 720 NE 4th Ave, 417
NE 3rd St 5450/mo. 373-9959. 1-10-10-2
2 bdrm 1 ba house with den, cent, heat
and air, W/D hookups, avail Dec. 20.
$575 mo., $475 security deposit. Call
375-6820. 1106 NW 30th Ave. 12-11-5-
2
Large 4bdr 2bth home w/ 2 Ivng rms, 2
bath, brfst bar, car port, porch and large
yard w/fence $750/mo 377-7304 close to
UF. 12-6-2-2
Duplex apt 1 BR, Ir, kit, bath, ac & heat 3
blocks from UF 1 block off Univ. Ave.
$265.00 month plus security, water, fur furnished.
nished. furnished. ph 378-7749. 12-9-3-2
Modern studio apt 1840 NW 2nd Ave.
Wood floors, A/C, 2 blks from campus
$290/mo. Available 12/31 (904) 533-
2416 or (904) 964-631 J. 12-6-2-2
3 br/2 ba house, 1/2 block from law
school, spacious, lots of closets, wood
floors, cent H/A, very nice. SB4O per mo.
Call 335-5886 for .details. 15 SW 25th St.
12-11-5-2
Foxmoor condo. 2br/1 1/2 ba. Avail.
Jan. Close to UF, Butler Plaza. $440 per
month. Call John at 373-4592. 12-11-5-
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2 fOK RENT UNFURNISHED
2br/2ba condo in Treehouse Village.
Avail, now. New carpet, paint,
washer/dryer, more. A steal at S4BO per
month. Call John at 373-4592. 12-11-5-
2
Master bedroom with own bath in nice
3br/2.5 ba townhouse at Oakforest. Only
$260/mo. plus 1/3 utilities. Move in Jan.
Call Mike @ 336-3079. 12-11-5-2
Marchwood 3br 2ba Townhouse incl. W/d
A/C DW some furniture new carpet and
paint. Vaulted ceiling. Available End
Dec. CAII Freddy 336-0499. 12-11-5-2
Reduce your rent, work for landlord, ex experienced
perienced experienced with general handyman skills.
Huge 3BR/2BA, pool, efc. regular rent
$669 reduced rent $469 @ $lO/hr. 373-
6800. 12-11-8-2
SUBLEASE:
3 HOUSE/APT.
!!! AVAILABLE NOW !!!
private bedroom and bathroom in a brand
new townhome, 1/2 off of deposit 8. affor affordable
dable affordable rent. Call today! 373-0051. 12-2-
10-3
Beautiful, but Inexpensive!! Seeking F,
N/S grad student to sublease Ib/1b in
2b/2b aptmt (security, alarm, etc..!) Avail
mid Dec. Call 335-6627. 12-2-10-3
SPRING SUBLEASE, Need female for
Ibr in 2br/Iba apt. Close to campus!
$235/mo + 1/2 utils. Call 376-3511. 12-
6-12-3
Studio apt, one bed/bathroom Directly
across from campus. Great condition,
side door, washer & dryer. Gator estates
apt #2 available Jan, May. $550/mo. Con Contact
tact Contact Beth 335-9817. 12-6-5-3
1 Br in 3br apt for rent. Polos close to
campus. Call 335-7731. 12-11-13-3

3 SUBLEASE HOUSE/APARTMENT
M own bd in 4bd twnhse. 310/mo obo
incl utils, cable, maid serv. and fully furn.
2 in walk from campus. CAII Larry 379-
3445 or 380 9569. 12-6-8-3
Sublease Ibd in 2bd/Iba apartment.
Close to UF and downtown $lB5/mo. +
1/2 utilities. $250 deposit. Call 377-4292.
12-6-8-3
200 STEPS FROM CAMPUS Looking
Glass new luxury apt. 2bd/2ba, W/D,
D/W, microwave, ceiling f as, alarm. Call
335-2301. 1-14-18-3
POLOS Female N/S to sublease own
bed & bath in 3bd/3ba! rent $285 + 1/3
utilities. Avail for spring/summer. Call
today 336-5418
12-6-8-3
4bd/3ba twnhse fireplace, W/D, hook-up,
in Oak Forest, 2 pools, Tennis, volleyball,
Avail Dec. 1, lease ends 7/31/96. Call
373-7360. 12-11-10-3
F stud for Ibd in 2bd/1 1/2ba townhouse townhouses299/mo.
s299/mo. townhouses299/mo. Fully furnished 2 blocks from
campus. Clean, quiet, roomy. Call 337-
9182. 12-11-10-3
Sublese Ibr/Iba in brand new 4br/ba
S3OO/mo includes util, cable, W/D, sec
deposit. LEASE ENDS MAY 97. Located
on SW 20th Ave. Call Dave 379-0395.
12-11-10-3
Walk to school!! Clean, good roommates,
convenient! available 1/97 to 8/97.
$3lO/mo deposit negotiable 372-3557
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3 SUBLEASE HOUSE/APARTHENT
Walk to campus. Nice apt Ibd/Iba. all
facilities avail. Move Jan 15, 97. 425/mo
including water/electricity (negotiable no
inc. pack) 365dep. Call Monica 379-0420.
12-5-5-3
Spring Sublease. Ibr in a 3bd/Iba house.
2 blocks from campus. $230/mo +l/3 util.
Call 375-4003. 12-5-5-3
SPRING SUBLEASE
Close to campus & shopping. Quiet area
central A/C, fitness center, pool, pets ok.
2bd/Iba, rent $460 Call 337-1491. 12-5-
5-3
Rocky Point Apts Ig IBR/IBA $425 mo.
and sls pet fee. Lg pets allowed. Washer
dryer hookup. Lease ends July. Avail,
immed. 376-4846 keep security deposit.
12-6-5-3
F/NS Ibr in 4br townhouse, Iblk to UF.
345 mo., indiv. lease, deluxe kit., util. &
cable included. Avail Jan 1. Call 379-
2855. 12-6-5-3
"Sublease Master Bedroom*
Female roomate needed in Dec. or Jan.
for own br/ba in 3br/3ba apt. near UF.
Bath just remodeled. Beautiful!! 240/mo +
1/3 util. Call 375-4185 Iv. msg. 12-6-5-3
Sublease br/pr. ba in 3bd/2ba Hse. Dw.
w/d, ent ht/ac, fenced yard, pets neg.
Prefer F, n/s. $3lO/mo includes, util. Call
Melanie @ 378-3029. 12-6-5-3
Sublease 2bdrm/Iba apartment in Village
Park. Rent 400/mo + 400 security dep.
Available Dec. 24. Rent paid through Jan.
Ist. Call 335-2920 Iv. message. 12-6-5-3
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3 SUBLEASE HOUSE/APARTMENT
Brand new Ibr/Iba in 4br/4ba 5330/mo,
all utils included. Alarm, W/D. cable, Dec
rent free, free bus pass. Call 335-5830
12-6-5-3
Sublease Rockwoods in Spring. N/S F
senior w/ cat seeks quiet, clean, N/S F for
quiet loft. W/D, new carpet, own bath
Move in now $290/mo. Call Jen at 375-
1936 Iv. mess. 12-6-5-3
1 BR SUBLEASE FOR JANUARY
Huge Oak Forest Apt: 800 sq ft &
$440/mo (perfect for couples)! Call 375-
5876 or leave message. 12-6-5-3
POLOS Need female nonsmokers to sub sublease
lease sublease 2bdrms of a 3bdrm/3ba for 1/1/97-
8/4/97, W/D, security, all ammenities
$275/mo/br negotiable. 376-7985 or 372-
0846. 1-7-10-3
IBR/IBA -DECEMBER RENT FREE**
smi to campus, Lakeside. Quiet,
S3OO/mo, S3OO/dep, Great Manager,
NEW CARPET/TILE, NS to sublet, No
pets! Call Jess @ 374-8429. 12-6-5-3
MOVE IN END OF DEC. Lg Ibr apt next
to pool & laundry. Walk to campus. W, PC
& refuse incl. S3BO/o. 1/97-8/97. 380-
9352. Leave msg anytime 12-6-5-3
Large Ibr unique loft apt. w/spare
study/br. Avail ASAP! 378-3832. 12-6-5-
3
1 br/1 ba $334/mo. Clubhouse, pool, etc.
No deposit needed. Must rent. Call Sigma
(352)873-0692. 12-6-5-3
Spacious 1 bed in Piccadilly Apt.
$390/month. Lease runs thru Aug. 376-
8009. 12-6-5-3
GREAT SITUATION***
Share well-furnished 2br/2ba in
Treehouse Village with M NS, $275/mo
neg, on bus line, W/D, Avail Dec 11,375-
7896 Iv msg. Keep furniture!. 12-6-5-3
Sublease. Close to campus. Nice 1 br
1 bth apartment. Available from mid
December through August $350 per
month. Call 374-6582 ask for Bjorn. 12-
6-5-3
3 M/F or 1 female needed to sublease
3br/3ba in Polos. W/D, alarm vaulted ceil ceilings,
ings, ceilings, nice view. Avail ASAP. Please call
Neha at 335-4362 SB4O/MO. 12-6-5-3
PERFECT SUBLEASE! No $$ needed to
move in, keep the S3OO deposit, huge 1
br/1.5 ba at Park 16th, Almost 800 sq ft.
Avail. Jan. 1 to May 10. $460/month. Call
376-7910. 12-9-5-3
ROCKWOOD VILLAS sublease avail now
-May. No sec. deposit. 3br/3ba for
SBOO/mo. Please call 378-3683 Iv msg.
12-5-3-3
M/F for own room in lg 3br/2ba apt Pool,
balcony, quiet S2OO/mo + 1/3 utils.
December rent free. Leave msg with
Heather or Brian 335-4347. 12-5-3-3
Sublease my studio. Across 13th St. from
UF. $365/mo including all utilities Free
parking, Keep my $365 deposit. Avail mid
Dec. Call Kay at 374-4535. 12-9-5-3
Luxury Townhouse Only $550. 2bd-2
1/2ba, spacious rms, quiet. Available Jan
1 $350 Deposit. Move in date/dep neg.
Ask for Dexter/Freyja 376-9043. 12-9-5-3
F needed ASAP to share 3/3 apt, in
Spyglass $275/mo + 1/3 utils. No sec
deposit! 1/2 off December rent, walkin
closet, W/D, alarm, pool, tennis....-!- cool
roomies! Call Lori at 375-5451. 12-6-4r3
1 OR 2 bds avail in great 3 bd house 3
blks from UF. Wood floors, shed, must
see! $290/mo. 395-7462 Iv mess. 12-9-5-
3
Large 1 bdrm in Frederick Gardens ASAP
$335/mo. $245 dep. pets ok. call 375-
1754 leave message. 12-5-3-3
Looking for 2 M/F roommates
Students but still like to party
Furnished, W/D, bike to UF
S2OO/mo + 1/3 util. Call 371-4486. 1-7-
10-3
Ibdrm ibath in new 4 bdrm 4 bath apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Close to UF. Fully furnished except
for own room. Washer, dryer, phone,
cable, and pool. Jan.-May. rent reduced
to S3OO inc. utilities. Call Paul 377-5051.
12-10-5-3
Melrose apts 1 br/1 bath furnished washer,
dryer, phone, cable and utilities, pool,
jacuzzi, b-ball couirt, gym, guard and ten tennis
nis tennis $350/mo available Dec. 20 Call 335-
6261 Tom. 12-11 -6-3

3 SUBLEASE HOUSE/APARTMENT
1 BR APARTMENT FOR RENT
$370/mo. 4 blocks from Next to
pool, laundry. Walk-in closets. Large BR.
Lease through mid-August. 374-4439
12-10-5-3
PICADILLY SUBLEASE 1/1 available
now Upstairs in the back. $395/mo,
lease ends July,97. Call Laurie 371-9758
or 392-4700 ext 5732. 12-6-5-3
DECEMBER FREE. Ibr in Gators Nest, 3
blocks from campus. Quiet, upstairs
shaded. A/C, 375-8250. 12-11-6-3
1 F needed for spring sublease in brand
new 4br/2ba apart. Fully furnished, walk
to class, keep my S2OO deposit. S2BO/mo
+ 1/4 elec. Call Melanie @ 335-7326 12-
11-
Cheap 1 br in 2br duplex close to SW rec.
Center. Next to grocery 185 month 150
security Laidback roommate needed Call
Dave or John 376-5968. 12-10-5-3
4br/4bth in THE LANDINGS (new comp)
new appliances, carpet, washer/dryer. 2
miles from campus. Student living, all 4
rms avail for Jan. Desperate 375-7582
12-
Sublease 2br 2ba. Close to UF and
downtown. $540/month. Available
December. Lease through August with
option to renew. Call Dana or Jamie 379-
0971. 12-10-5-3
KEEP MY DEPOSIT
F for spring sublease in Royal Village
walk to campus w/d d/w alarm and
bedroom cable and util included 335/mo.
Call Mary at 377-4072. 12-6-3-3
IBr Apt, 1 mi from campus, upstairs,
porch, pool, bsktball, rqt ball, good neigh neighbors,
bors, neighbors, quiet, tennis, Cll 374-6986, Iv msg.
1 yr Ise 339/mo. 12-6-3-3
Sublease beginning winter term Univer University
sity University Commons. 4bdrm M, N/S, immacu immaculate
late immaculate room, S2BB/mo plus 1/4 utilities.
Contact Vitto 375-6264 or manager 377-
6700 1-9-10-3
2/1 1/2 bath townhome only $475/mo
Close to SFCC and UF central air/heat
back porch w/yard balcony in second
bedroom w/d hookups dishwasher
awesome! NO pets! 373-9447. 12-10-5-3
Security Deposit paid! Ibdrm apt at Sum Summer
mer Summer Place apts. Low rent $325, Short
lease many util inc. great location, walk
in closet, parking. Call Days 373-2818
and evenings 379-9785 apt 19. 12-10-5-
3
Avail end of Dec/Spring 1 bdrm in 2bdrm
Iba apt on Tower Rd. W/D, incl. M N/S
only. $lB7/mo. Call 337-9679 12-9-4-3
Subleasing Ibr/Iba in a HUGE Bran Brandywine
dywine Brandywine 2br/2ba apt with a poolside view.
Available Jan 1 267/mo. Call 337-0558.
12-10-5-3
DECEMBER FREE
Sublease now, very nice & affordable,
own br in a 3br/2ba apt. spacious & great
roommates. $225/mo + 1/3 util. Call 377-
5033. 12-11-6-3
University Commons sublease for sale
spring semester. $287 per month. Fully
furnished. December rent paid move in
after Dec. 19. Call Chris at 379-1911.
12-11-6-3
Sublease own bd and ba in condo W/D,
D/W, Pool included. S2BO/mo + 1/2 util.
Call Stacy @ 377-1905
AVAILABLE NOW. 12-11-6-3
HUGE 2/1.5 twnhse in Mill Run Avail late
Dec. or Jan 1 Only $515/mo, pets OK.
Call Pager 491-4972 12-11-6-3
* * 1 BR LOFT
Avail for spring. Park Place.
Close to tennis, laundry and pool.
Pets ok $405 per month. Dep. neg. Call
Jackie 373-9760 Iv msg. 12-11 -6-3
2Br/IBa Avail Dec. 20. $440, lease ends
7/31/97. 10 min by bike to UF. 2 Pools,
laundry, new fitness and commons room,
fax and copier at office, free blinds. 336-
2501. 12-11-6-3
TOWNHOUSE, 2BR 1 1/2 bath, washer &
dryer, cable hook-ups. patio & fenced
backyard, much more Mr Kelly 374-6736
or 904-328-6229. References.
$375/month. 1 1/2 mile to UF center. 12-
9-4-3
Sublease huge 1000 sq ft apt @
Stoneridge. 2bd/2ba. spacious kitchen &
living room. Apt faces pool, tennis & club clubhosue.
hosue. clubhosue. New carpets, Paint, Cent. A/C,
You keep security deposit. 12-11-5-3

3 SUBLEASE HOUSE/APARTMENT
Sublease spacious Ibr/Iba in Tumbling
Creek close to UF available Jan-July
S4OO/mo keep half security dep 377-
8805. 12-11-5-3
KEEP MY DEPOSIT! Ibd in 4bd/2ba near
law school. Nice area, good roommates,
w/d. Avail spring. $275/mo + 1/4 util.
Must see. Call Cristina @ 373-7731 asap'
12-11-5-3
Quaint 2bdrm Iba apt for spring. Hrdwd
floors, shaded by live oaks. Pets ok.
Seconds from campus, Leos & Krispy K.
Call 380-0934. 12-9-3-3-
FREE MOUNTAIN BIKE F to rent Ibd in
sbd/2ba, Jan-May $350/mo, n0w...5299,
turn, utils & cleaning included. Opposite
UF. Call Andrea 379-9368. 12-11-5-3
IBr/IBa. No deposit, free month's rent,
free utilities. 379-0412. Across from UF.
12-11-5-3
Sublet avail Dec-July. 2 bdrm 2ba student
condo SE 16th Ave. W/D, balcony, keep
deposit Ss9'mo: Call 378-3953. 12-11-
5-3
Incredible Deal
Huge Room In House Pets OK W/D $250
Call Josh 335-5712. 12-11-5-3
F/NS to share 4br/2ba twnhs. Only
$162.50/mo + 1/4 utilities. Available Jan
1, 97. Call 377-0201 Iv. msg. 12-11-5-3
* Student Ghetto
2br/Iba 2 blocks behind Burger King.
5435/mo Call Greg or Curtis 379-0508.
12-11-5-3
50% off Dec. Rent!! 1 unfurn bd in furn
condo for rent. 5230/mo + 1/2 util. Call
Jennie @ 331-9697 Iv msg. 12-5-1-3
EXACTLY WHAT UR LOOKING FOR
Sublease own bd,ba in 2bd apt at Park
Place 5257.50/mo + half util call 336-
1796. 12-11-5-3
2bd/2ba in Greenwich Green. Free cable,
alarm, sewer, water. W/D in apt, very
close to Archer & 34th. Avail 1/15 5/1.
Jan rent free $665 + elect + phone Call
335-1723 Mike. 12-11-5-3
Melrose apartments Ibd/Iba in 4bd/4ba.
Washer/dryer 5260/mo, phne, cable and
util all incl. tennis crt, wght rm, bsktbll
crts, pool, must sell! Call Rick 335-6261.
12-11-5-3
Desperate Going Home Brand New
Ibd/1b in 3bd/3ba w/d alarm all util,
incl. keep 1/2 sec. dep. last month free.
Avail Dec. 20 5370/mo Lexington Parke
Heather 336-3948. 12-11-5-3
Sublease 2bd/2ba in Windmeadows Apts.
Keep our deposit. Avail Jan. 1, close to
UF, and shopping. Contact Brian or
Jamey @ 372-5870. 12-11-5-3.
MUST SUBLEASE-MELROSE Apts.
Ibd/Iba in furn 3bd/3ba. $350 mo. in includes
cludes includes it all: W/D, phone, cable, all util.
Call 335-8847 Steve. 12-11-5-3
Ventura Apts 5325, Ibdrm 7mo. left in
lease Call 335-6624. 12-11-5-3
Females to rent 2br in 4br furnished
townhouse for spring. Across from Little
Hall. $3lO/mo utils & cable incl. Will
negotiate SS Aval. Dec 21 Call 335-1586
Iv. msg. 12-11-5-3
2br/Iba apt. 1 block from campus. Free
cable, new carpet. Keep deposit, Dec.
rent free. 470/m calll Fred or Tyson 335-
1928 Iv msg. 12-11-5-3
FREE DEPOSIT!! 2 bd, 3 blk to UF, $435
mo, avail Dec 18 Free water. Call 374-
4084. 12-11-5-3
POLOS 1 br/1 ba
bottom floor. Great apartment! Avail Dec
22 with December rent free! $575/mo
call 372-5454 12-11-5-3
Sublease 2br/Iba at College View. 1 blk
to UF, close to everything, from Jan on,
wood fir, ceiling fan, 535/mo. 375-0912
call anytime. Iv msg. 12-6-2-3
SPRING SUBLEASE move in Now. Dec.
rent paid Walk to campus for $260/mo. &
1/3 utils, for 1 br in 3 br/2ba. CAII 336-
9719 for info. 12-11-5-3
SUBLEASE new apts. Fully furnished,
electric, and cable included. Everything
new in apt. 370.00 a month For more info
Please call 376-4068. 1-6-6-3
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3 SUBLEASE HOUSE/APARThEHT
WALK TO CAMPUS
Ibr/ba loft $395/010. includes water and
pest. Low utilities Ceiling fan. On-site
laundry. Sorry no pets. 335-4701 Iv
msg. 12-11-5-3
DESPERATE! Largest br/ba in a
3/3 in the Laurels w/d pool gym etc.
Move in Dec./Jan. call now! Rahcel; 335-
5185 gated comm with alarm. 12-11-5-3
F NS for 1 br in 2br/1.5 bath townhouse.
$245m0. + 1/2 util w/d dw Jan rent free!
avail Jan 1 338-8016 Sandy or Valerie
352-357-3323 Valerie leave msg. 12-11-
5-3
Cozy 1 or 2 bedrm NW apt Walking dis distance
tance distance to UF wood/tile floors many win windows
dows windows Second story, pets ok. CAII
373-7653 Fred leave message. 12-11 -5-
3
WALK TO CLASS!!
Great two bedroom one bath apt.
with central air and hardwood floors.
Located directly behind the Porpoise.
Hurry & call now 336-8486.
12-11-5-3
Sublease 2br/1 1/2 bth/2 floors. One
semester lease. Renewable. Available
immediately. $450/mo cal 213-2349.
Move in before the holidays!! 5 blks to
campus. 12-11-5-3
Sublease 2br/2ba overlooking duckpond
at Sun Bay Apts, 1 mile from campus.
$470/mo, avail Jan 1. Call Sofiane 373-
0157. 12-11-5-3
Sublease huge 1000 sq ft apt @
Stoneridge. 2bd/2ba, spacious kitchen &
living room,. Apt. faces pool, tennis & club
house. New carpets, Paint, Cent. A/C.
You keep sec.dep. SSBO mo. Call 335-
2007 12-11-5-3
4 ROOMMATES
Walk to Downtown**
F to sublease Ib/Iba in 2b/2ba
townhouse in Arlington Square. W/D, dw,
fully furn (except bdrm). Jan-Aug
$317.50/mo. + 1/2 utit. + sec. dep.
Maryann or Lauren 336-1765. 12-6-5-4
Sublease Ibd in 2bd/Iba to F/NS, from
Jan. to Aug. Only $247.50/mo. Close to
Campus. Some utilities included. Avail Available
able Available at end of semester. Call 335-5741
for details.
EXCITING OAKBROOK WALK**
Walk to UF, need 1 or 2 M for 2br/2ba
condo. Luxurious, completely furn. Maid
service, dishwash, wash/dry, micro, 2
pools. Great view. Call Richard 375-
4541. 12-11-18-4
LUXURIOUS OAKBROOK WALK*
Sparkling condos, completely furn. Walk
to UF, 1 or 2 F rmmts for 2br/2ba condo
for 2nd semester. European kitch.
w/micro, wash/dry, maid service,
security, more. Sandy 375-4541. 12-11
18-4
Available now non-cigarette smoking F
student for own bed/bath W/D, D/W brand
new etc., Shawna 377-1545. 12-11-16-4
Roommate wanted. Pref male N/S. No
pets $l5O/mo Call 331-3695. 12-5-10-4
Roommate needed for Spring Semester
private room, share bathroom in 3bdrm
2ba house 1/2 mile from campus.
$290/mo. + 1/4 utilities. Contact Dean or
Rob 373-7978. 12-5-10-4
POLOS M/F for own
bedroom & bath in 3br/3ba. Fully furn
except bd. full kitchen wash/dry. Vaulted
ceiling. $276/mo + 1/3 util. Call Sergio @
395-6561. 12-5-10-4
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utilities. Call 336-0647, if no answer
leave message. 12-9-10-4
Roommate needed to share 3br house in
quiet neighborhood w/ UF graduate
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preferred! Only open-minded, mature
people need apply! 377-0570 after spm
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share apt. with Male intern. Own br/ba
near Polos $250/mo., deposit. 1/2 utils,
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JOIN THE FAMILY 8 blocks from cam campus,
pus, campus, Only 185/mo. + 1/4 util. M/F, S N/S,
laid back and easy goin student wanted
for a fun + homey atmosphere. Call 374-
8241. 12-5-7-4. 12-5-7-4
Female N/S $2lO/mo Own room in 2br
furnished upstairs apt. Quiet, pool, lease.
Walk/bike to UF. Grad student or profes professional
sional professional preferred. Call Rhonda 377-2504
ASAP. 12-10-10-4
F N/S needed for own bedroom in Rock Rockwood
wood Rockwood Villas. W/D, alarm, furnished. No
pets. Only SIBO a mo./ + 1/3 util. CalV*
Jennifer @ 335-6230. 12-11-11-4
Sublease available now!
Vizcaya apts. Close to campus
$233/month pets welcome Call Victoria at
355-3551/371-2527. 12-6-7-4
F N/S mature, serious grad student. Avail
1/1, hardwood floors, W/D, A/C, Duck Duckpond,
pond, Duckpond, S2OO/mo + 1/2 utils. First, last,
SIOO dep. Call 376-7160. 12-11-10-4
M/F roommate needed to share 2br apt.
3 blks from campus. $215 + 1/2 util. Call
371-9697, leave msg. 10-2-3-4
Liberal roommate to share 2br/2.5ba
townhouse Tower Rd own br/ba $275/mo.
Jan 1 or as early as Dec 19. 335-9585
anytime. 12-6-6-4
Available now m/f ns for own room in big
4bd/2ba house Close to campus, beauti beautiful
ful beautiful NW area, sundeck, fireplace $325/mo
+ 1/4 util. Call Jason 371-6939. 1-6-10-4
Must see! Room available for mature
F/NS in new 4bd/4ba condo, fully furn,
balcony overlooks pool, full W/D & more.
$3lO/mo + 1/4 uti. 373-9129 or 614-9696
-beeper. 1-21-20-4
Roomate needed for 2 bdrm Ig, spacious
apt Rent $260 + 1/2 util. Pref. profes professional
sional professional student med. or law, W/D, Mill Run
Apts.. Alarm, Pool Call 378-1987 Iv msg.
12-5-8-4
Avail Jan. 1 Pref Grad, or young profes professional.
sional. professional. 3bd/2ba house. Total rent $675
mo Ig fenced yd., W/D, quiet NW area.
Dogs welcome. Call 337-9627. 12-6-5-4
ROOMMATE NEEDED. 1 bedroom avail available
able available in 3/2 Oakforest apt. M/F NS. avail available
able available Jan 3. Call 372-1299. 12-6-5-4
Old Victorian house made into 4 apts. to
share 2bdr. Iba. 3 blocks from campus
$245m0. + 1/2 utilities + deposit N/S no
pets M/F ask for Kris 378-6877 lease
starts Dec. 12-6-5-4
Roommate needed. Prv bed/bath S2OO
dep 1/2 util. $290/month. Call Lisa 331-
9357 leave mSg. 12-6-5-4
N/S M/F needed for 3b 2bath in nice
house & great area. Must like pets.
250 00 + 1/3 utilities. Call Rick 336-2195
or leave message. (ASAP). 12-6-5-4
M/F, NS 3br/2ba house S2OO/mo + 1/3
utils. smin walk to UF A/C, W/D,
fireplace, wd firs. Call Jason or Dave 371-
4252. 12-6-5-4
SPYGLASS roommate needed ASAP
Gorgeous. 2br/2ba town home furnished,
W/D,alarm, security guard. Must be neat
& like cats. Rent neg + 1/2 utils. Diane
395-7483. 12-6-5-4
Jan 11 bd/Iba in 3bd/3ba apt in
Spyglass. F, N/S, no Ig pets. Sec alarm,
W/D Hkup, micro, gated entry into com complex,
plex, complex, Fitness rm, jacuzzi, pool. No park-*"*
ing hassles! $273/mo, $233 dep
373-4849. 12-9-5-4
POINT WEST F, NS for own br/ba in 2
br/ 2 ba poolside apt. Prefer young
prof/grad student $265/mo + 1/2 elec
Call Kristin 395-7561, Iv msg. 12-6-4-4
Female to share a 4br/2ba house close to
UF with W/D. $153.75/mo + 1/4 utils. Call
373-0296, Iv msg 12-5-3-4
Designated drivers are more valuable
than diamonds.
Classifieds...
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~ ALLIGATOR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1996

4 ROOMMATES
NS Female roommate wanted for own
br/ba in safe, quiet NW. Full kitchen,
W/D, fireplace, pool tennnis, etc. Fur Furnished
nished Furnished or Unfurnished $275/mo + 1/2
utils. Call ASAP 395-6328. 12-9-5-4
Quiet female to share 2 bdrm apartment.
Close to UF. Pets welcome $250/mo. 3
1/2 utils. Call Shonnie at 379-1823 leave
a message 12-11-7-4
No Sec. dep. Ibr/3br hse $250/mo + 1/3
util. Fireplace, jacuzzi. MUST SEE! 5409
SW 80th St 336-8848 Im. 12-11-6-4
NS Prof/Grad to rent room in 3bd/2ba
NEW HOME great neighborhood W/D, dw
no pets MUST SEE! $265/mo + 1/3 util.
Call Shannon 374-4890 Ive mess. 12-6-
3-4
$125/mo + 1/4 util. 2 M ns one now and
one in Dec. apt has A/C, W/D, dishwasher
335-2911 Iv msg. Also Honda 125 NX
Enduro 1991 great cond. 1,000 obo. 335-
'3911. 12-5-2-4
ROOMMATE NEEDED
to share huge apartment. Private
bedroom 5205/mo + 1/2 utilities. Call
335-4713, leave msg. 12-10-5-4
WALK TO CAMPUS
M/F serious stdt/grad for own room in
2bd/Ibth house nw 4th ave S3OO/mo +
1/2 util avail 12/15 CALL BJ at 376-
8199. 12-11-6-4
M/F ns tor own br/ba in 3br/3ba in
Lakewood Villas. 5295/mo plus dep. Call
Jen 392-3367 or 336-4380. 12-11-6-4
ROOMMATE to share 4bd/ba w/3 males,
Spr 97, $330/mo pays full
elec/rent/cable, pool, fully turn, Landings
apt, keep S2OO sec dep, contact Russ @
337- 12-10-5-4
F to share 2bd/2ba apt. in Pinetree Gar Gardens.
dens. Gardens. Huge bedroom, security system,
pool, deck, w/d close. Friendly neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. Bus pickup. Only $250 + 1/2 util.
Move in by Jan. Call Audra @ 335-9128.
12-6-3-4
OAKBROOK CONDO
for rent in 2bdrm/2ba condo
spring semester, no lease needed in includes
cludes includes w/d, pool, patio, fully furnished
new furniture. Must see 5375 obo 376-
1775. 12-11-6-4
F roommate to share very clean 2bdrm 1
ba apt. Very close to campus (behind Nor Norman
man Norman Hall). Cheap Sl9O/mo plus 1/2 util.
Call 336-2368. 12-6-3-4
Jan 1-May 31 M/F NS to share 2br/2ba
townhouse W/D alarm, great neighbor neighborhood,
hood, neighborhood, must love dogs $250/mo + 1/2 utils
Call Amy at 336-4535. 12-11-6-4
ROOMMATE NEEDED!
M/F sublease prvt bdrm/ba in Arlington
Square 2bdrm apt pets ik 5330/mo SIOO
off dep or Ist mo rent if move in now
338- 12-11-6-4
2 rooms available in spacious 4bdrm/3ba
house $275/mo + 1/4 utilities. 5 minute
walk from campus. M/F, non smoker
preferred Call 335-5282. 12-10-5-4
ROOM FOR RENT 225/month + 1/2 utils.
2 blks to campus, s ok liberal m/f own
balcony start ASAP or Jan. 1. 379-0314.
12-11-6-4
Roomate needed in large 4/2 house
w/fireplace. Fenced yard, pets ok, 10
minutes to UF. Two rooms available at
$175/mo. Please call 335-0482. 12-6-3-4
No deposit, No Dec. Rent
Move in today, 2 Blocks to Campus, 1 B
in 2B apt, Only $250.00 Mo! Call Kristina
at 846-6452. 12-6-3-4
Roommate wanted. 1/2 acre house, quiet
NW golf course community, ideal for
studying or relaxing, serious student or
_ mature minded $250/month Ben 332-
* 4695. 12-11-6-4
One Bdrm for rent Hawaiian Village 180
+ 1/3 utilities 1/2 mile from campus 380-
0548. 12-10-5-4
Room for rent in NE Gville house
$l4O/mo + 1/4 util. Cent heat A/C, w/d,
pets okay. Call 336-2966. 12-6-3-4
M/F for 3br/3ba in ROCKWOOD Villas
near Oaks Mall Pool, W/D, call 332-
1830. S3OO/mo neg No pets. Clean, non
smoking. 12-11-6-4
Sad to leave an awesome roommate &
apt. Clean ns female needed to move into
huge br with big walk in closet. Close to
UF $260/mo + 1/2 bills. Pise call Amy at
336-7898. 12-11-6-4

4 ROOMMATES
M/F N/S to share huge 2bd/2ba apt up upperclassman/grad
perclassman/grad upperclassman/grad pref Lg bd and living &
kitchen. Faces pool, tennis & clubhouse.
New carpets, paint & cent A/C units.
Stoneridge Apt. Call 335-2007. 12-11-5-
4
F NS roommate to share spacious 2/1 apt
at Point West. Close to campus, very
quiet study environment. Only 5250/mo +
1/2 utils. Avail Dec. 18. Jenny or Carolyn
at 335-7533. 12-11-5-4
Mature N/S Christian Female to rent room
in 2br/Iba condo with vaulted ceilings,
skylight, W/D. for spring or longer
$240/mo, call Ana 373-1824. 12-10-4-4
F N/S needed for spring sem. own br in
2/1.5 townhouse $230 + 1/2 util, no pets
373-2863. 12-11-5-4
Roommate needed for Spring Semester.
New trailer. Own private bd in 2bd/Iba
Last month's rent free. $197/mo. Call
336-5383. 12-11-5-4
Room in modern house, 4 blocks from law
school. Hot tub W/D, D/W, shoe bath.
$300.00 + 1/3 util. AVil late Dec. Call Jim
at 373-1100 ext 11. eve- 371-6998. 12-
11-
F N/Sjieeded for 2 br/Iba apt in Village
Park walk to UF. Move in now until mid
MAy. $2lO/mo + 1/2 utls. Call 336-1229.
12-
F for 1 bd in a 3bd/2ba apt. in Tree Trail
Apts. W/D. Pool, Cable, TV, Move in
ASAP, $270 month CAII 372-8911 or 372-
4188. 12-11-5-4
For rent Ibdin a 3 bd/1.5 ba trailer home
behind Walmart. Windmeadows, CLose
to shopping. Sl9omo + 1/3 util. CAII
376-8858. Bedroom has own half
bathroom. 12-11-5-4
F/NS needed to share 2/2.5 twnhs in Mill
Run for Spring. Own bath, w/d, walk-in
closet, good parking. $275/mo. + 1/2
utilities. Ist mo. free. CAII 378-4338.
12-9-3-4
Male to rent 1 br in 4br/4ba new apart apartment
ment apartment $335.00/mo. includes util. Jan-
May. Pool. W/D D/W, free month's rent.
379-2863. 12-11-5-4
MOVE IN TODAY NO DEP! M/F for own
room and bath in 3 bd/3ba apt W/D, DW,
micro and more! 5273/mo. + 1/3 util.
Call Felicia or Brian anytime at 379-0458.
12- 1-5-4 N
Executive Suite in Spyglass. Roommate
needed Jan 1 pvt br/ba With W/D,
fireplace, alarm, vaulted ceilings
5327/mo CAII Ken 338-2825. 12-11-5-4
5 REAL ESTATE
Investor/Student Parent take notice
super 2/2 in Marchwood rented till
6/30/97 just 548.000 m15#19445-4315
SW 21 Ln. Hufty Realtors 332-0944. 12-
11-40-5
Scenic road huge oaks rolling 5+
acres- well, septic & power -old mobile
"as is" A steal at $42,000 7421 SW
128th Trail MLS# 24262 Hufty Realtors
332-0944. 12-11-40-5
Assume pymts on 1995 Weston
MHI6xBO-3/2set up in Windmeadows
MHP on UF bus route-$335 mo + $166 lot
rental + good downgood credit necessary to satisfy transfer
w/finance co. Call David Stone (352)493-
9533 or leave message at 493-1138. 1-
13-
3 yr old. 4br/2ba mobile home in pres prestigious
tigious prestigious Oak Park Village. Corner lot,
screened porch, covered 2 car port, shed,
plus many extras. Asking $46,900 0.b.0.
CAII 376-1600 or 373-0790. 12-11-5-5
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS,
6- FURNITURE
FUTONS, BEDS & FURNITURE LOW
PRICES & LARGE SELECTION. Dumas
Discount 371- 4422 1201 E. Univ. Av.
New Used Buy Sell. 12-11-74-6
FUTONS FURNITURE BEDS
Dont buy till you check out our discount
prices. Hurry! New Used By Sell J. Mor Morrells
rells Morrells 526 N. Main St. 371-0190. 2-14-85-
6

4 TURHITURE/HOUSEHOLD
BEDDING CLOSE-OUTS All wrapped
in plastic Twin sets $99 Full sets
sll9 Queen sets $139 King sets
$lB9 Student discounts apply Call
Bob 376-0953. we deliver. 1-29-30-6
BEDS Full mattress & boxspring
sets $49 Queen sets SB9 Single sets
$39 King sets 599 Used from estate.
Safe pine bunk bed $129 Art 475-
3410/378-0162. Call a Mattress 1-29-30-
6
FABULOUS DEAL!
2 Large, Comfortable couches
ONLY $55 080 for BOTH!
Call Jen or Mike at 372-6636. 12-5-5-6
Almost new single bed with futon at attached
tached attached inc. futon cushion & mattress
$1250b0/comfortable recliner $250b0/Al $250b0/Almost
most $250b0/Almost new desk $350b0 ask for Kris 378-
6877. 12-6-5-6
FOR SALE: Couch SSO, cushioned rock rocking
ing rocking chair S3O. Two chests of drawers S2O
each. Call 335-6279. 12-5-3-6
King size waterbed padded rails and
wooden head board Very good condition
Must sell Asking only SIOO Call David at
336-5381 leave.message. 12-10-5-6
Sectional sofa $l6O, Desk $35, Dresser
SSO, Coffee table $25, Desk SSO, VCR
S4O, N infen do/games $35,
Waterbed/heater SIOO, Dresser/mirror
SIOO. Call 371-3160!!! 12-6-3-6
FURN FOR SALE
20 inch Sony Color TV $75
Solid Oak TV stand $25
Solid Oak Stereo Rack S3O
Call Louis @ 395-6397 Iv msg. 12-11 -5-6
Furniture for sale entire apt-everything
must go. Living room; large sectional
cofich, dining rm table, chairs, beautiful
entertainment center. 2 complete bdrm
sets-like new. Call 336-4392 or 337-
2511. 12-11-5-6
7 COMPUTERS
GATOR.NET-
Your address should be:
Your name" @ GATOR.NET
512.95/mo. unlimited on-line time*
PREMIUM INTERNET CORP 378-9998.
12-11-74-7
Computer Sales, Repairs & Upgrades
Call us for a free estimate ffn any upgrade
The Computer Connection
602 C NW 75 Street 332-5209.
12-11-74-7
Gainesvilles Best Internet Value
web browsing, e-mail, newsgroups, IRC
& more. Only $19.95/month for unlimited
access. Switch from your current
provider, pay no activation fees. Call In Internet
ternet Internet Connect Co. today. 375-2912. 12-
11-
URSHA NULL 7
The Ultimate Sci-Fi game system! The
best multiplayer RPG ever! Call via
modem 352-331-7879 now! 12-11-66-7
** UPGRADEStUPGRADES! **
*** Desktops Laptops and More ***
** New & Used Systems & Repairs **
Areas Lowest Prices Guaranteed
Cybertek Systems 373-9923
12-
INTERNET sls/month
IRC, E-mail, games & more.
Also Web Page Design/Hosting
GSR, Inc. 374-8881 Modem 374-8780.
1-14-20-7
Compact 386SX-VGA color monitor 80m
drive, 4m ram, internal tape backup,
modem, math-coprocessor software in included
cluded included S6OO. Call 332-6826. 12-5-5-7
486 home computer 12m ram, color
monitor, internal modem, windows 95,
WP 6.1. $500.00 Call Paul @ 379-0615.
12-6-5-7
Texas Instruments laptop P 75, 10.4 color
screen, 16 meg RAM, 540 meg-HD,
lithium battery $1550 or best offer. John
335-6202. 12-10-5-7
Compaq 486, 4m RAM, 200m hd, modem,
software, 2 yrs old Only SSOO 080 also
selling comp desk, couch, bed, and more
373-2863. 12-11-5-7
MAC Powerbook 1458, SSOO with
software. Stylewriter II $75, HP Desk Jet
Printer $75 080 Call 373-6780 ask for
Erin. 12-11-5-7

7 COMPUTERS
New 586-133 with I.2GHD 1 meg video
144 modem $750 486 with modem svga
$525 All sys have free e-mail key bd mse.
Others to choose from 338-9116. 12-11-
5-7
STEREOS,
8 ELECTRONICS
Advanced Car Stereo-Rockford Fosgate,
Clarion, Pioneer Premier, Coustic Lanzar
a/d/s/, Blaupunkt code alarm. 206 NW
10th Ave, Denon 371-4378. 12-11-74-8
Everyone claims the best prices. We
prove it. Car alarms by Clifford $99.95.
Install FREE!! Clarion auto-reverse cas cassette
sette cassette $99.95, install $15.00 373-3754.
12-11-49-8
CALL US LAST!
Innovative Audio
The Installation Specialists
We have the best prices.
336-0006. 12-9-30-8
DISCOUNT HI-FI
722 S. Main*The Red Bldg
WE ARE CHEAPER
12-11-22-8
Cannon E6l Bmm videocamcorder
Charger and battery included S3OO
Cal 332-6826. 12-5-5-8
2 Ross PA Speakers, 15' Woofers, 10"
Tweeters, Horn. Like new, barely used.
Bought for SIOOO, will sell for $650. obo.
373-4448. Ask for Steve. 12-10-7-8
Crate GISOO, 150 watt head w/ 4X12
Celestion cab.; Peavey pro-sex processor
and ART X-15 ultrafoot midi centrl; Call
Jason at 371-4252 for more info. 12-6-4-
8
Thousands of hard to find CD's
Live import CDs. Cash for used Buy sell
trade all types of music. Giant CD inven inventory
tory inventory all tapes $3 Hear Again 818 W. Univ.
373-1800. 1-16-15-8
Camcorder for sale, Hitachi Barely used,
Color viewfinder, image stabilization. All
accessories included SSOO 080 Call 335-
3659 Jeff. 12-11-5-8
Klispch 5.5 speakers, 1 yr old $450.
Yamaha 12" spkrs S2OO Call Chris 338-
9970. 12-11-5-8
9 BICYCLES
Raleigh Talon CX hybrid with Kryptonite
lock. $lB5. 379-9227. 12-5-4-9
Mountain Bike Diamondback
-12 speed new tires mind cond $175 scuba
pro octupus with pressure gauge Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition $175 Call 372-4511. 12-9-
4-9
Cannondale M6OO, race ready many xtras
including ritchey pedals & shoes S6OO
obo. Also specialized w/lock brand new
400 obo. Call Dave @ 335-6251 or
Rachel 338-0122. 12-11-5-9
MUST SELL. Mountain bike Raleigh M M-20
-20 M-20 S4OO obo- perfect condition. CAM 335-
6275. 12-10-4-9
10 FOR SALE
COINS WANTED
Private collector buying all U S. coins.
Paying blue book. Tom 336-3080 Iv msg
12-11-74-10
BOOKS INC.
USED BOOKS sss BEST PRICES
Vegetarian Case
505 NW 13 St
10am-10pm 374-4241 7 days
12-11-74-10
STOP!
SMOKING
332-7796
12-11-24-10
ALL NATURAL COSMETICS LINE. Worn
by contestants in the 1996 and 1997 Miss
USA Pageants. Experience beauty queen
looks on a student's budget. ORDER
YOURS TODAY, 332-7796. 12-11-24-10
Designated drivers are more valuable
than diamonds.

lo_ FOR SALE
SUPER CHARGE YOUR MIND'S POWER
with Rolls Royce quality herbal and
mineral formulas at Chevette prices. Be
in top mental and physical form by finals.
332-7796. 12-11-24-10
LOSE WEIGHT
Downsize your load. Supersize your ener energy.
gy. energy. Fast. Safely. 24 hrs 332-7796. 12-11-
12-10
GATORTAG is here! An original
souvenir towel to wave as a keepsake of
'96! Just $4.99* send ck/mo to Funway
Ideas, P O Box 141015 Gnvl. FI 32614
12-5-5-10
Racing bike SSO Unicycle S4O Fiddle
$l5O Call 335-8379. 12-6-5-10
SOLOFLEX: w/ butterfly & leg exten extensions,
sions, extensions, great condition! SSOO obo.
(originally SI2OO + ) Lifestyler step
machine S6O. Call 373-7512. 12-6-5-10
STAMP PACKETS-S 1-$6 each
US-WW-Topicals-Disney-Country
American Coins & Stamps
372-6400
3446 W. University Ave.
12-11-7-10
Moving sale including car TV+VCR built builtin.
in. builtin. Buy them to get FREE stuffs. Hurry
before too late. Iv msg 846-4149, or e email
mail email masa@grove.ufl.edu. 12-11-5-10
For sale: Moving Out of State, everything
must go. Sofa, loveseat. bkcases, grill
gas, bdrm set, entertaimt center, dining
room table, etc. all available now. Call
Mike at 335-1723. 12-11-5-10
Moving Sale: Vintage Schwinn 3 spd,
Diamond Back Mtn Bike, Pine entertain entertainment
ment entertainment center. Vintage table & chairs.
Pantry, Portable closet for hanging
closet. Call 336-7693. 12-11-5-10
MOTORCYCLES,
11 MOPEPS
Do you wanna be a C-O-O-L R-l-D-E-R?
Find your dream machine in the Alligator
Classifieds!
MOTORCYCLE JEFF'S SUZUKI,
HONDA, KAWASAKI, YAMAHA parts, ac accessories,
cessories, accessories, repair, paint, etc. Pick up
available. We buy motorcycles/scooters,
running or not. 377-6974 518 SE 2nd St.
Mon-Sat 8:30-6. 12-11-12-11
Private individual looking to purchase
your wrecked or used late model sport
bike. Top sss paid, will pick up. Call Matt
between 10am-7pm 378-4156. 12-11-2-
11
1992 Yamaha Seca 2. 600 cc, 7,000 mi,
excellent condition, runs great, too many
extras to list. $2,500 obo. Call 335-8847.
12-10-5-11
1977 Honda 750 motorcycle. Asking
S7OO. 375-8522, ask for Jon. 12-11-5-11
Kawasaki ZX 600 R Ninja. 1989 black.
Exc. condition, all stock, very well cared
for, 24k miles, runs excellent, looks
excel, helmet incl. $2595. MOTOR MOTORCYCLE
CYCLE MOTORCYCLE JEFF'S 518 SE 2nd St Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, FL 377-6974 8:30-6 Mon-Sat.
12-11-5-11
1994 Honda CBR 900. 7000 miles white,
red and black, jet kit, two brother ex exhaust,
haust, exhaust, matching helmet. $7200. Call
375-7856. 12-11-5-11
Honda Elite 50. Runs good. Low miles.
$425 Call Chris 338-9970. 12-11-5-11
'B9 Jog Scooter. Runs great. $725 call
Tony @ 336-1027. 12-9-3-11
12 AUTOS
I Buy Cars, Trucks. & Suv's
Will pay cash! Free estimates,
No obligation. I come to you!
Licensed, Bonded, Insured!
Tommy Stewart 339-6464
12-11-74-12
TOYOTA WANTED
Car or Truck Will Pay Cash
Tommy Stewart 339-6464
12-11-74-12
Every aluminum can you recycle saves
the equivalent energy of 1/2 gallon of
gasoline!



12 1 AUTOT
DONT BUY A LEMON
Complete on-site inspections by certified
master mechanic. Hate to shop? Let us
shop for you! CAR SEARCH 375-5924.
12-11-74-12
IMPOm***rWANTED
4 Door Sedan or Small Truck 1988-93
Tommy Stewart SSSSSSSS 339-6464.
12-11-74-12
(:> I BUY CARS <:)
$S S FAST CASH PAID TODAY $s $ s,
* CALL DON 376-9317 *
12-11-36-12
JEEP WAGONEER LIMITED, 1987 4WD,
leather seats loaded. New brake & tires.
Great shape. Must see 55300. Call 373-
6375. 12-6-8-12
1987 Honda Prelude. Excellent body and
interior. Red, Automatic, Sunroof, power
everything new ac new brakes, runs
great. 53.330 080 Call Kim 377-0866 Iv
msg. 12-11-10-12
1986 SAAB 900, 84k miles, 1 owner all
records, heated seats, power locks, Ken Kenwood
wood Kenwood deck, other European features,
A/C, auto, MUST SEE! Asking $2975 neg.
Call 338-2853/955-8229 Iv msg. 12-5-5-
12
'B6 Black Ford Mustang. Runs great! In Includes
cludes Includes car phone, power locks, leather
interior. All highway miles. Great condi condition!
tion! condition! S2OOO. Call Allison at 379-5887. 12-
6-5-12
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12 autos'-
I buy lemons! Running or not!!
QUICK CASH PAID FOR ANY CAR
Honda Toyota Nissan WANTED
Pick-ups Wanted CALL DON 376-9317
Junk cars hauled free. 1-17-18-12
MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
1990 4dr pb/ps only 60k miles
$4500 375-7929 or 376-1613 12-10-
5-12
S6OO 84 Chevy Celebrity
neg. 81.000 miles Runs Great Call Eric
338-8340, 12-10-5-12
Jeep Cherokee 1990. SSP, A/C, am/fm
cassette, new clutch, looks great, askinq
$6300. Call 372-8291 or 338-8434 12-
11-6-12
Geo Metro LSI 1990. 91K miles, 2 door,
A/C. perfect condition $2500 Call 335-
4350. 12-10-5-12
1990 VW Camper. Maroon, 81K A/C,
Cruise, Auto, All Options for sl3 000
080 378-5292. 12-11-6-12
SIOOO
'B9 Chevy Celebrity 4doors RC AC, huge
trunk, new tires, runs great, very depend dependable.
able. dependable. CAII after 6pm or leave messaqe
371-1076 12-11-5-12
86 Toyota Corolla very reliable and de dependable,
pendable, dependable, all paperwork, great first car
and on long road trips. $3,500 obo. Call
336-5370 Iv. mess. Must see. 12-11-5-
12
91 Geo Storm 2dr, sspd, CD player, AC,
5 star polished rim, Iyr old tires'
53.9950b0. Call 332-7391. 12-11-5-12

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93 Grand Am 4D; abs; power Iks win windows,
dows, windows, steering: 3.31 V 6; new brakes,
tranny, and struts: cd w/ eq.; alarm:
remote keyless entry 54k hwy mi. SBSOO
neg bp. 412-4440 12-11-5-12
13 WANTED
Local Artist needs: GOLD, gems, Class
Rings, ETC Top S or trade. Ozzies Fine
Jewlery 373-9243. 12-11-73-13
14 HELP WANTED
EXTRA X-MA$ CASH
How much SSS do you need? How fast?
Flexible hours. Supportive colleagues.
Positive workplace. Continue beyond
holidays. 332-7796. 12-1 1-34-14
AVON 375-8967
Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.
Benefits Insurance. 12-11-74-14
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4. Roommates 17. Resumes/Typing Services
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HELP WANTED
Telemarketers/managers needed!
No exp needed. Make S6-Sls hourly. Set
own schedule around school. Easy work
for good readers. Call 376-0088 noon to
4 weekdays. 12-11-74-14
Wanted 23 students. Lose 8-29 lbs this
month. New metabolism breakthrough.
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hours; year round opportunity; drug free,
smoke free workplace; apply 505 NW
53rd Ave. Gator Moving & Storage Co.
12-11-43-14
CRUISE SHIPS NOW HIRING- Earn up to
s2ooo+/month working on cruise ships or
land-tour companies. World travel.
Seasonal & full-time employment avail available.
able. available. No experience necessary. For more
information call 1-206-971-3550 ext
C 54155. 12-6-30-14
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plications. Applications. Between 2 & 4 pm on
Thursdays. No Phone Calls. Apply In Per Person.
son. Person. 12-11-20-14
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money! FAST CHEAP FUN!- Dr. Recom Recommended
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ambitious people. Flex hrs/training avail.
Call 332-0200. 12-11-10-14
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14 HELP WANTED'
Now accepting applications for Resident
Assistant and Apprentice Resident Assis Assistant
tant Assistant positions for Fall 1997 Semester. Ap Applications
plications Applications available at all residence hall
area offices and the Division of Housing
Office. Applications are due by 4:oopm
on Friday, January 24, 1997 to the
Division of Housing Office. For further
information contact Kathy Smith at 392-
2171 ext. 139. 1-24-24-14

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Now hiring. Must have working proficien proficiency
cy proficiency with many of the following: Win 95,
WinNT, MS Explorer, Netscape. Word,
Word Perfect, Quicken, Excel, Lotus. C++
335-8004. 12-5-5-14
GRADUATING SOON?
OR JUST LOOKING FOR A CAREER
CHANGE?
Target is seeking dynamic, aggressive,
and outgoing applicants for full time su supervisory
pervisory supervisory positions in its Gainesville loca location.
tion. location. We offer:
"Opportunity for advancement
"Competitive pay
"Full benefits
"Complete training
Requirements:
"three years of college towards a degree
or 5 years retail supervisory experience
"Fast, fun, and friendly attitude
"Desire for advancement
TARGET
3970 SW Archer Road
Gainesville, FL 32608
, (352) 376-5260
An equal opportunity employer committed
to a smoke/drug free workplace. 12-6-5-
14
The University of Florida Book Store is
now taking applications for temporary
positions. Both full & part-time positions
are available. Applicants must be avail to
work during the hrs from 7:30 am-6:30 pm
(at least 4 hr blocks pref) with some re required
quired required weekend work. Temporary
employees will be considered for any per permanent
manent permanent positions that become available.
Pay ranges from $4 80-5.40/hr. Apply in
person to the personnel office located
upstairs in the UF Bookstore at the Hub
between 9am and 11am and Ipm 3pm.
12-6-5-14
Female compaaion in good physical con condition
dition condition needed to care for 14yr old dis disabled
abled disabled child. Will be resp for bathing,
toileting & help with homework. Hrs: M-F
3pm-7pm. Must have reliable trans.
$6/hr. Call 377-9703, Iv msg. 12-6-5-14
Equipment manager for local band. Must
have van or covered truck. $lO/hr. Locals
preferred. Call 332-3081. 12-5-3-14
HELP NEEDED IMMEDIATELY.
FREE TRAINING
EASY MONEY- WANT SOME?
Call 336-8653
12-11-7-14
P/T Recreational Aides needed for after afterschool
school afterschool program. Must be available 1:30-
6:00 every weekday (Mon-Fri) Come by
for application. 2101 NW 39 Avenue.
Work study preferred. 12-11-7-14
ATHLETES CAREER
Looking for motivated & competitive per personalities,
sonalities, personalities, Training avail, CALL NOW @
317-7644. 12-9-5-14
Childcare mornings 9am-12pm, 3-4
days/week, some weekends. Must be
available during Christmas holidays.
Apply in person, Gold's Aerobics & Fit Fitness
ness Fitness 7230 W .University Ave, 332-4910.
12-11-6-14
P/T babysitter lohrs/wk for 9 month old
in Haile Plantation. Must have own
transportation and non smoker. Please
send resume and/or qualifications to:
4434 SW 102 Dr, Gainesville FL 32608
Attn: POA. 12-11-6-14
Wait staff needed, experienced. Apply in
person 2-4 pm @ Boston Seafood 7770
W. Newberry Road. 12-11-6-14
Students! Make $ selling Internet Adver Advertising
tising Advertising to retailers. Commission F/P time,
407-481 -2054 or email
gogatorsdb@aol.com 12-11-6-14
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the equivalent energy of running a 100
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\A HELP WANTED
Need childcare for 1-yr-old in home.
Looking for loving, energetic student(s).
References & own transportation a must.
Need coverage Mon-Thurs, 8-5, Jan 15-
March 15. 335-4101 after 6pm.
Office assistant to answer phones, file,
etc. Non-smoker. Hours Mon-Fri 2-7 pm;
Sat 9-2 pm. Call and speak to Rose 375-
0772. 12-11-5-14
Creative, detail oriented people to test
software. Must have wide base of com computer
puter computer knowledge, good communication
skills, experience with DOS and Win Windows.
dows. Windows. Flexible hours, email/fax resume
to admin@Glein.com/ 375-6940. 12-11-
5^14
IS SERVICES
AAA STORAGE
Close to UF, Convenient
4x4x4 S2O/mo
4xx $35/mo
533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771
12-11-74-15
TLC HORSE BOARD: Stall, pasture.
Training facilities, english, western, 15
mins UF: budgeted for you; lessons-call
Jan. Greathouse Farm 376-7762. 12-11-
74-15
Jeffs Hauling Service
Local/long dist moves. Lowest Rates.
Debris removal. 372-8911.
12-11-74-15
GET OUT OF DEBT
Cut monthly payments to 50%. Save
thousands in interest, no fee. 1-800-801-
DEBT 12-11-74-15
ENGLISH HOUSE
Conversation class, lab Begin now at
$35. Maximum class size: 8. Small per personal
sonal personal program. Call 375-6422. 12-11-74-
15
Horseboarding 350 acres wooded hilly
lush pasture/trail, lighted barn/rnd pen,
lessons, 24 hr secure, low
fates, 8 m/w Oaks Mall, Goldenwood
Farm, 495-9497. 12-11-74-15
Gator Moving & Storage^
local Icng distance; packing materials;
safe, secure storage; full service pack packing.
ing. packing. moving & storage; call Janice, Harry,
Shawn 374-4791. 12-11-67-15
SUNBELT MOVING^
Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.
I- full. Local/Lng dist. Priced
for Students! Marty 375-MOVE. 12-11-
64-15
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM
Alachua Countys oldest & finest board boarding
ing boarding lessons leasing woodsers
trails lighted ring working students
accepted ph 375-8080. 1-10-64-15
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS!!
Grants and scholarships available
from sponsors!!! No repayments
ever!!! SSS Cash for college SSS for
info call 1-800-257-3834. 12-11 -56-15
TERM PAPER ASSISTANCE
Call for FREE catalog listing 100,000
topics. Custom research available.
Berkeley Research 800-777-7901. 12-
II-
LITTLE SHORT?????
Let Gainesville Title Loan give you a cash
loan on your car title. Free oi change
coupon with approved loan 378-CASH.
12-11-13-15

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A state of the art computer lab and tutor tutoring
ing tutoring center. Now thru Dec. sl/hr. laser
printing sc. Graduate teaching assistants
available for tutoring. 818 W. Univ. AVe
335-8004. 12-5-5-15
PICTURES////
make great gifts and Christmas cards!!
One week turnaround. STUDENT
PRICED!! Call Today 378-7174. 12-6-5-
15
ORGANIC/GENERAL CHEMISTRY for
TUTORING call 375-4352. Tutor PhD,
with 15 years experience in college
teaching. 12-5-3-15
You can place your classified by phone
by calling the Alligator at 373-FIND.

]5 SERVICES
STRESSED ABOUT TESTS?
Proven method for relieving test anxiety.
Send $2, w/address or fax to: DMcDilda
6712 NW 52nd Terr Gville FL 32653. 12-
6-3-15
AFFORDABLE TUTOR
Computers, math, science. Get ready for
exams. Patience, guarantee. Call Mark
331-1053. 12-11-6-15
Happy? Confident? Satisfied? We can fix
that! Come hear John Masyall's blues
1/30 at Bpm at the CPA. Call 392-1655
for info. 12-6-2-15
HEALTH
16 SERVICES
All Womens Health Center
ABORTION
Free Pregnancy Test
378-9191
12-11-74-16
BREAD & ROSES
ABORTIONS
1233 NW 10th Ave.
MC/VISA/lnsu ranee
Free Pregnancy Test
372-1664/Member
National Abortion Federation
12-11-74-16
A Better choice ADOPTION
Womens law firm has loving couples who
will provide healthcare and living expen expenses.
ses. expenses. Call 24 hrs a day 1-800-325-4114.
Alsobrook & Dove, Tallahassee, Florida
8ar#938858. 12-11-74-16
ABORTIONS TO 24 WKS
Gainesville Women's Health Ctr
Health care for women & men
Female practitioners
Free pregnancy testing 377-5055
I-
RELIEVE TENSION STRESS Headache
backache with a relaxing massage. Call
Robin at 377-9900 appt. Student dis discounts
counts discounts and gift certificates available.
Healing Hands Studio MA0011592. 12-
II-
H.I.V. home test kit. Totally discreet and
confidential. Results in 3 days. Don't
worry: Know the results. Call (912) 868-
6822 for details. 12-6-30-16
SAVE UP TO 60% on prescriptions, den dental
tal dental & vision care & hearing aids with the
Key Health Card. Phone Gainesville 372-
5010 or 1-800-213-1971 # 2434 anytime
for a FREE recorded message. 12-5-20-
16
ABORTION ALTERNATIVE
Free pregnancy tests
Material & Financial Aid
Gainesville Right To Life
378-7824.
12-11-16-16
TYPING SERVICES,
17 RESUMES
Typing/IBM computer laser print
reports business legal resumes
applications tapes transcribed
notary etc. 24 hrs/7 days 372-2777
Silver Secretarial Service. 12-11-74-17
Kathy's Word Processing/Typing
Fast/Reliable-Spell Check-Resumes
Reports/Applications/Thesis/Legal/Medi
cal-18 yrs. exp. Call 371-4933. 12-11-
74-17
Theses Term Papers Resumes
Manuscripts Chapbooks Laser
Typesetting Editing by Ret. McGraw-
Hill Senior Editor. Accurate & Reliable.
Call Arupa 372-4825. 12-11-74-17
Reliable. Low Rate Typing Resume
Report Graphics Equation Forms
Transcribe Tapes Image Scan
Laser Print Consulting Research
Pickup/del 24hrs 846-5495. 12-11-
74-17
Word Processing-Fast, accurate. Laser
printing, minor editing, spell check. From
$1.75/standard ds pg. 12 years ex experience.
perience. experience. Days, eves., wknds. 373-4564.
12-11-74-17
IST IMPRESSIONS RESUMES
OF GAINESVILLE
Certified Professional Resume Writer
http://www. 1 st-imp.com
371-8148
12-11-74-17

17 RESUHES / TYPING SERVICES
TYPING Laser Print Reports
Resumes Applications Letters
Transcription 818 W. University Ave
#202 Alachua Word Processing 376-
5465. 12-11-73-17
SAME DAY resumes, papers, desktop
pub., brochures, ads, illustration.
Professional quality, great prices! 804 W.
Univ. in Univ Books Connie 377-2411.
12-11-35-17
18 PERSONALS
PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL*
Remove facial and body hair permanently
with electrolysis. For men and women.
Licensed board of medicine.
Call Nannette 338-0822.
12-11-74-18
Looking for a message from your
sweetie? Want to write one'to someone
special? Dont forget you can also use
the Connections classified section!
Ray Ban/Serengeti/Sport Goggles Great
prices-reg or Rx sunglasses. The Optical
Laboratory 376-5563, 618 SW 4 Ave-park
in back. 12-11-74-18
SAVE ON RAYBAN/SUNGLASSES
University Opticians
300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480.
12-11-74-18
Family Chiropractic
Since 1977. Two blocks from U.F.
373-7070.
12-11-74-18
UPGRADE YOUR SPANISH
Practical and individualized with com computers,
puters, computers, lab. conversation from $35 to $72
monthly. Call 375-6422. 12-11-74-18
Flashbacks has moved to 211 W. Univ.
Ave. next to the Silver Q. Free Parking
across street and behind. We buy clothes
10- M-Sat. 375-3752. 12-11-74-18
BANNERS & SIGNS
Announce your event or organization with
a great banner or sign from
SIGNMASTERS 335-7000.
1-
CAMPUS CIGARS
Exceptional cigars at a unique campus
cost, Free delivery 379-9055.
2-
ISTUDENTS GET CASH!
For quality used clothing and furniture.
Cash on the spot! Free furniture pick-up!
SANDYS CONSIGNMENT BOUTIQUE.
2 locations. 372-1226 or 374-4513. 12-
11-
Florida From Space
A 16x20'' color photo taken from the
space shuttle, fascinating and beautiful.
Send $19.95 to Calico Distributing 194
Atlantic Ave, Indiatlantic FL 32903. Im Immediate
mediate Immediate Delivery. Satisfaction Guaran Guaranteed.
teed. Guaranteed. 12-6-20-18
Adult movie rentals. Discreet automated,
self-service. At a location near you. Pats
Kwik Stop: 4320 NW 23 Ave, 1201 SW 16
Ave, 1234 NW 16 Ave, Rose Food Store,
1631 NE 16 Ave. 12-11-13-18
EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye dis disease/injury
ease/injury disease/injury treatme.it. 28 years exp. Dr.
J. Beckum, optometrist. 2216 NW 40th
Terr. 376-1288. 1-7-2-18
School giving you the blues? Want some
more? John Mayall shares the blues at
the Center for the Performing Arts 1/30 at
Bpm. Call 392-1655 for info. 12-5-1-18
19 CONNECTIONS
GAY? Bl? QUESTIONING?
GAY Switchboard 332-0700 24hrs.
Info/Referral/Consultation
12-11-74-19
Straight, Bisexual, Gay or Just Curious?
Call: THE MATCH MAKER, FREE at 373-
7272. Its a fun new way to meet people
in Gainesville and beyond. 12-11-74-19
Lesbian, Gay, Bi: LGBSU Discussion
Groups; men's, womens, bisexual,
religious, people of color. Call our office
at 392-1665 x3lO for times & room #s.
12-11-74-19
Designated drivers are more valuable
than diamonds.

19 CONNECTIONS
FREE Roommate Referral Service for les lesbians,
bians, lesbians, gays & bisexuals or Igb-friendly
students. Call the LGBSU office at 392-
1665 ext 310 for more info. 12-11-74-19
SEAN SASSER AIDS SPEAKER from
MTV's Real World Dec. 6 @ 7pm JWRU
Ballroom For More Info Call LGBSU at
392-1665x310. 12-6-8-19
Campus clubs, frat/sor. ROTC, etc con connect
nect connect with our lifetime momentos with your
own emblem in color on our beer steins,
plaques, mugs, pensets, glasses,iron glasses,ironons,
ons, glasses,ironons, each personalized with names,
dates. Made locally by UF Grad and stu student
dent student employees, Free catalog. 378-2016.
12-6-5-19
EVENTS
20 NOTICES
Is your organization planning an event?
You can place your notice in this section
for as little as $4.50 for five lines! Call
373-FIND.
The original blues traveler, mentor to Eric
Clapton & Mick Taylor is bringing British
Blues to Gville John Mayall 1/30 at Bpm
at CPA. Call 392-1655 for info. 12-5-1-
20
Late Nite Fun
Alley Katz open until 2am on Fri & Sat.
Bowling-pool-video games. CAM 373-
3833 for directions. 12-6-2-20
FIESTA
At 238 WEST SAT Dec 7
Town House IV Productions
12-6-2-20
21 ENTERTAINMENT
TOP GUN 101
You won't find it in the catalog
50.00 Intro Flight
Call GULF ATLANTIC
373-2426.
1-31-50-21
PAINTBALL"*
ROCKY CREEK
Free equipment Call 371-2092.
12-11-74-21
SURVIVAL ZONE
Paintball Park. 1-60 players. Call for the
ultimate rush! Special grp. rates. Every Everything
thing Everything is real except the bullets. Patrick
(352)624-9641 Ocala. 12-11-74-21
SAILING
GET BLOWN AWAY
Call For More Information 371-2092.
12-11-66-21
SKYDIVE
with Williston Skydivers
352-528-2994
12-11 -64-21
HOLIDAY PARTY?
Have you booked the entertainment yet?
Hire N. FLoridas hottest band. Call Cin Cindar
dar Cindar inc. at (904) 964-5370 FL
lic#TAoooos22. 12-11-5-21
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done reading it.

Do you need extra hands
for this Holiday Season?
Seek help of the little people
in the Alligator Classifieds

22 TICKETS
AIRFARE $l5B RT*
Wash. NYC, Boston, Las Vegas & more!
Gator Country Travel 373-1992. 1-8-27-
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WEST COAST S2OB RT*
Close to campus. Call for best rates.
Gator Country Travel 373-1992. 1-8-27-
22
JAMAICA
No Rules Just IRIE!
Spring Break $399 week fr MIA
3 pay of $133 ReggaeJAM
Http://reggae-Jam.com/springbreak/
24 hr free info (800) 873-4423. 12-9-12-
22
Sugar Bowl Tickets Needed 2/4 Tixs
Call 954 776-1999. 12-6-5-22
SEC TICKETS
for sale (205) 349-3299/(205) 550-8282
Iv msg. best after 3pm. 12-6-5-22
2 SEC TIX
FOR SALE. Lower level, row 23
CAN Donna 380-9529. 12-6-2-22
23 RIDES
FREE day/eve. CRUISE with each ticket.
Gainesville to So. FI. FFi-Sun $55 R/T S4O
O/W 336-7026 or (305) 266-3788 GMG
Trans, (offer Imtd while supplies last)
12-11-73-23
24 PETS
FREE puppy to a good & loving home
Brown & white mix male w/ waggily stub
tail found in Orlando area over break.
Can't find owners & cant keep it. Very
friendly and adorable! Please call 335-
5471 12-5-3-24
BEARDED DRAGON LIZARD 4 sale
Super tame, eats great, male, approx 5-6
months old. S9O 080. CALL BJ at 376-
8199. 12-9-4-24
African Pygmy Hedgehogs. Tame
adorable youngsters. Great pet for
limited space. S4O 495-2963. 12-10-4-
24
25 LOST & FOUND
Everyone knows how awful it feels to lose
something. If you find something, call the
Alligator at 373-FIND and well place a
free Found" ad for you in this section.
(Offer does not apply to Lost" ads.) Be
kind to someone who's lost what you've
found.
FOUND! F kitten in student ghetto. 8-10
weeks old, cream with brown stripes,
plump Needs new home or owner. Call
336-5003.
FOUND: Reading glasses by the stadium.
Call 462-6336 to verify claim. 12-9-3-25
Found- 10-12 wk female kitten in student
ghetto. Looking for owner or good home.
336-5003. 12-9-3-25
Werewolf for sale? Polar Bear? Dust-
Bunny? . well, probably not but you
can find good homes for your other furry
friends in the Pets classified section.



Former Gator finds coaching as her calling

By Daryl Presgraves
Alligator Writer
By nature, former UF volleyball player
Meg Fitzgerald would make the perfect
coach.
Her father is a successful high school
coach. She has been around volleyball all
her life and she was the captain of the
Gators 1995 Elite Eight team.
So it should come as no surprise that
Fitzgerald is an assistant coach at the
University of Colorado-Boulder.
However, UF coach Mary Wise said
coaching is the last place she expected to
find Fitzgerald this year.
There was nothing about Meg Fitzger Fitzgerald
ald Fitzgerald that would have led you to believe
that she was going to go into coaching,

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Thur. Dec. 5, 1996
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1997 Preview Staff is encouraged to attend one of the
following Information Sessions:
Thursday, December 5,1996,7 PM, JWRU Room 860
Wednesday, January 8,1997,7 PM, JWRU Room 285
Wednesday, January 15,1997,7 PM, JWRU Room 347
Past staff members will be there to answer questions and to
discuss they own experiences with Preview.
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN P 207
PEABODY HALL AND THE JWRU INFO DESK
For more information call 392-1261.
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Friday, December 6th
7pm J.W. Reitz Union Rion Ballroom
Admission is Free and Open to the public.
Sean will speak about AIDS Awareness Week
and will include a tribute to his
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Wise said. I used to always tell her it
was in her blood, but she was just never
interested.
Fitzgerald gave a similar account.
I never wanted to be a coach, she said.
I guess part of me did. I had always enjoyed
coaching at summer camp, but I told myself
that I just didnt want to coach.
After last season, destiny seemed to
take over for Fitzgerald.
She had always wanted to move to
Colorado. She loved that part of the coun country
try country and yearned for the change of climate
and the mountains.
Other than moving to Colorado, I really
didnt know what 1 wanted to do, but I knew
that I didnt want to give up volleyball.
There just so happened to be a volley volleyball
ball volleyball opening in the state of Colorado. It

was not to play, though. It was as the
assistant coach of the womens volleyball
team at of Colorado.
Even more conveniently, second-year
UF assistant coach Staci Wolfe played for
Colorado. She raved about the program
to Fitzgerald.
UF and Colorado play completely oppo opposite
site opposite styles of volleyball, with Colorado
focusing its offense around the outside
hitters and the Gators running their of offense
fense offense through the middle blockers.
Fitzgeralds position at UF just happened
to be outside hitter.
So she decided to interview in January
and got the job. Fitzgerald coaches out outside
side outside hitters on this years squad.
Her experience has helped Colorado (18-
9) gain a berth in the NCAA Tournament.

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The Buffaloes opened up the tourna tournament
ment tournament on late Wednesday night with a
first-round match against Oral Roberts.
The chance of Fitzgerald meeting her
alma mater seems unlikely, though. Colo Colorado
rado Colorado would have to go through Hawaii,
the only team to defeat UF this season.
If Colorado and the Gators do meet in
the Final Four, she already has a strategy
on how to upset the nations No. 1 team.
Id pray, Fitzgerald said.
Regardless of Colorados outcome in
the tournament, Fitzgerald said she is
confident her life is headed in the right
direction.
It has its ups and downs, she said, but
its definitely what she wants to do. 1
Yeah, I think it is in my blood after
all, she said.

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18

, ALLIGATOR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1996

Voodoo may
be cause of
O-line injuries
Maybe its just an initiation test. Maybe
there is a little-known Heisman Trophy
voodoo club. Maybe Eric Kresser put a
curse on his former team.
Whatever it is, UF quarterback Danny
Wuerffel and offensive line coach Jimmy
"Ray Stephens arent laughing.
After the Gators found out Wednesday
that right tackle Mo Collins will be lost
for four to six weeks, likely ending his
already shortened sophomore season,
UFs offensive line like Wuerffel on

Saturday took another
hit.
Hunting Season
Ryan Hunt

This one, though, isnt late.
Another devastating injury in a season
that was going so well for UF anything
else may be grounds for cruel and unusual
punishment.
If Wuerffel has to earn his stripes once
more to earn the coveted Heisman Trophy
a week from Saturday in New York, hell
get his chance in Atlanta on Saturday.
Unfortunately for Wuerffel, those stripes
may be in the form of cuts and bruises.
Since the Gators cleared two major
hurdles-against LSU and Auburn in Oc October,
tober, October, things just havent been the same.
Neither has the offensive line.
Four games. Three offensive linemen
casualties. One battered and bruised
quarterback.
Time and time again in UF history the
Georgia Bulldogs have taken a big bite
out of a promising Gator season. This
year, it just seems the Bulldogs started
a hidden curse in Jacksonville.
On the games second play, it was Jeff
Mitchell lost for the season with a
broken ankle. The next week, against
Vanderbilt in Nashville, Tenn., Zach
Piller tore ligaments in his knee and has
missed the Gators last two games.
Now, it is Collins who is lost for the
year with a torn medial collateral liga ligament
ment ligament in his right knee.
All the while, the
against the Commodores and oneSpeqk
later against South Carolina.
And Wuerffel still feels what happened
last week in Tallahassee. Now as UF
prepares to play in the Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference Championship Game in Atlanta,
the only constant on the offensive line has
been Donnie Young.
If anything more happens to the offensive
line, the Gators may need new place-kicker
Collins Cooper to go in there and block.
Did Ty Detmer have to go through this?
What about Doug Flutie? Did Vinny
well, OK, he was Vinny thats punish punishment
ment punishment enough.
To hear that Wuerffel may have lost the
Heisman Trophy against FSU is ludicrous.
Sure he threw three interceptions
against the Seminoles, was sacked six
times and was thrown to the turf count countless
less countless others.
Amazingly, hes still standing. Prob Probably
ably Probably because hes not on the offensive line.
Alligator columnist Ryan Hunt can
be reached at RHunt22@aol.com.

Sports

UF loses another O-line starter

By Carlos Frias
and Steve Gorten
Alligator Staff Writers
Add Mo Collins to the list of casualties
on the offensive line again.
Another one
bites the dust nIIbS
The loss of offensive lineman
Mo Collins hurts an already depleted
and young unit.
IN Cooper Carlisle, left tackle
Ryan Kalich, left guard*
Wyley Ritch,center*
Corey Yarbrough, right guard*
Donnie Young, right tackle
Mo Collins, right tackle
Jeff Mitchell, center
Zach Piller, tackle
* First-year starters
GRAPHIC BY AMY ZERBA

Georgetown flattens Gators, 78-75

By Mark Long
Alligator Writer
There was no pot of gold at
the end of this rainbow.
At least not for the No. 24
UF womens basketball team
Wednesday night in the
OConnell Center.
With 10 seconds left in the
game, Georgetown guard Kim Kimberly
berly Kimberly Smith hit a rainbow rainbowarched
arched rainbowarched three-pointer from the
corner, putting the Hoyas (4-0)
ahead for good, 76-75.
After a UF timeout, George Georgetown
town Georgetown stole a pass near mid midcourt,
court, midcourt, and Melba Chambers
made a layup to seal the Geor Georgetown
getown Georgetown victory, 78-75, in front
of 1,454.
The loss was the Gators (3-
3) first home-opening loss
since 1981 and the first time
UF has lost to an unranked
opponent at home since 1992.
Obviously, were not play playing
ing playing very well, UF coach Carol
Ross said. Weve gone from
the same group being the best
defensive group to ever play at
Florida a year ago, to being
the worst defensive team
thats ever played at Florida,
all within a matter of months.
Were lucky its early De December
cember December and weve got a lot of
time to get things fixed.
UF, which forced 101 turn turnovers
overs turnovers in its first five games,
only forced four turnovers in
the second half Wednesday
and 12 in the entire game.
But that wasnt the case
early in the game. The Gators
took a seemingly commanding
lead,jumping out 14-0, forcing
four turnovers in the first four
minutes.
UF led by 15 points at one

A struggling offensive line that lost
All-American Jeff Mitchell to a broken
ankle and tackle Zach Piller to an injured
knee, will now have to cope with the loss
of Collins, who tore the medial collateral
ligament in his right knee in practice on
Wednesday.
Collins will be out 4-6 weeks after a
player fell onto his leg in during in
practice, team doctor Pete Indelicato
said.
When he first did it he said, Coach
Ill be alright. But I guess it was more
serious than we thought, UF coach Steve
Spurrier said. Hell have an MRI tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow to determine how severe a tear it is.
With Piller still doubtful for Saturdays
Southeastern Championship Game
against Alabama, Spurrier is scrambling
to reshuffle the lineup.
He said the starters as of Wednesday
will be Cooper Carlisle at left tackle,
Ryan Kalich at left guard, Wyley Ritch
at center, Corey Yarbrough at right
guard, and Donnie Young again moves
to right tackle.
This is the latest occurrence in a tu tumultuous
multuous tumultuous year for Collins, who sat out

point, but then Georgetown,
led by Ebiho Ahonkhais 11
first-half points, went on a 15-
4 run to cut UFs lead to 37-33
just before the half.
But senior center DeLisha
Milton hit an 18-footer from
the right side just before the
buzzer, stretching the Gators
halftime lead to 39-33.
The defensive lapse started
about 10 minutes into the
game and it never relin relinquished,
quished, relinquished, Ross said. We need
to harp on our defense ... right
now, we cant guard a flagpole.
Until this teams buys into
the fact that defense wins
games, were not going to win
many games.
In the second half, UF ran
into an all-too-familiar foe
foul trouble.
Milton only picked up one
foul in the first half, but was
called for three fouls early in
the second and sat on the
bench for nearly eight min minutes.
utes. minutes.
Milton, who had a game gamehigh
high gamehigh 18 points and 11 re rebounds,
bounds, rebounds, said the fouls she com committed
mitted committed were stupid, adding
that the reason this years
team isnt playing defense as
well as last year is because of
a lack of enthusiasm.
The different losses that
weve had to accept since the
season started has put a
damper on our spirit, Milton
said. We have to get out of
this funk and try to work our
way through it by playing bet better
ter better defense.
Freshman Tiffany Travis,
who got her first career start
at UF in place of Talatha Bing Bingham,
ham, Bingham, scored 11 points and
pulled down five boards. The

5-foot-10 forward had a chance
to tie the game at the buzzer,
but her three-point attempt
hit the back of the rim and
bounced over the backboard.
Travis said the Gators have
lost focus of their goals.

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Center Damen Maddox has scored
the UF men's basketball team's first
points in five of six games this
season. >/- '

six games this season for taking SSOO
from a person associated with a sports
agent.
Going for it
Throughout Steve Spurriers coaching
career at UF, games have been won and
lost on touchdowns.
Field goals have been largely an after afterthought
thought afterthought as Spurrier has often elected to
go for it on fourth downs. The Gators have
struggled this season through the up uprights,
rights, uprights, hitting 9 of 17 field goals. On the
other hand, Spurrier has elected to go for
it 16 times on fourth down and converted
11 of those times.
We were talking the other day that in
seven years, we never won a game with
a field goal anyways, Spurrier said. Im
just hoping we make our extra points.
Maybe we need to start going for more
fourth downs. We sort of stopped going
for fourths, and maybe we need to start
doing that more often.
Nevertheless, the Gators must suit up
a kicker on Saturday, but it has not been
decided who will get the start. Senior
see FOOTBALL, page 20

Were just going out there
and going through the mo motions,
tions, motions, waiting for each other
to take up one anothers
slack, Travis said. We need
to focus on defense defense
wins championships.



No. 18 'Horns hook UF men's hoops 82-64

By Ryan Hunt
Alligator Staff Writer
With all of the signs around
town stating Go Texas, excuse
the No. 18 Longhorns if they felt
right at home.
While Gator fans pray for a
Texas football victory this Sat Saturday
urday Saturday against Nebraska in the
Big 12 Championship Game, the
Longhorn mens basketball team
went ahead and disappointed
the 7,062 UF fans in the OCon OConnell
nell OConnell Center by winning 82-64
Wednesday night.
Texas Reggie Freeman scored
22 points while tying the OCon OConnell
nell OConnell Center record with six three threepointers
pointers threepointers to lead Texas (3-0) to the
18-point drubbing of the Gators.

UF defensive end laughing his way to QBs

By Steve Gorten
Alligator Staff Writer
As Tim Beauchamp walks
back from UFs practice field,
he speaks enthusiastically,
chuckling as he recounts his
famous impersonation acts.

1
Teammates say Tim Beauchamp, who leads the Gators with
six sacks this season, is UF's master impersonator.

Gators steer clear of national championship talk

By Seth Soffian
Alligator Writer
In the days leading up to the UF vol volleyball
leyball volleyball teams opening match of the
NCAA Tournament, the only talk coming
from the Gators is of their first opponent.
There is no title talk, no championship
aspirations publicly, anyway and no
mention of any opponents lurking in later
rounds.
As the top-ranked Gators (34-1) have
been saying all season, the world may as
well not exist beyond the goal du jour
roughly translated.
We havent even discussed the cham championship.
pionship. championship. We havent discussed anything
except Saturday, UF coach Mary Wise

UF, led by forward Greg
Stolts career-high 20 points,
dropped to 3-3.
When you play a team as
talented and ranked as high as
Texas, you need to do all the
little things right, UF coach
Billy Donovan said. We havent
done it all week in practice and
we didnt do it tonight.
Donovan was upset with the
players practice habits during
the week, mainly senior forward
Jason Anderson.
Anderson, who entered the
game averaging 10 points a game,
played only eight minutes against
the Longhorns, scoring just two
points. Donovan benched Ander Anderson
son Anderson in favor of Dan Williams.
Jason Anderson right now is

Then he pauses for a split
second, composes himself and
suddenly transforms into an
MTV character.
Ah, Beavis, said
Beauchamp, mimicking But Buttheads
theads Buttheads voice as his 6-foot-2,

said. Half these players have never
played in a second-round match before.
One day at a time has been UFs motto
this season. From improving during the
pre-Southeastern Conference schedule to
going undefeated through the SEC regu regular
lar regular season, the Gators havent once

strayed from the task at
hand.
Yet even with all those
goals safely tucked away,
the Gators refuse to get
caught up in the specter of

the national-title glitz.
I dont want to see anything like last
year, said setter Nikki Shade, a member
of last years Gator team that saw its

at a crossroad, Donovan said.
He needs to put forth more ef effort
fort effort or he can go back to the way
he was. Theres a reason he only
played eight minutes tonight.
Both teams entered the game
with up-tempo, run-and-gun of offensive
fensive offensive styles, but the game was
a bit lower scoring than expected.
Texas entered Wednesdays
game allowing 80 points a game,
but put the clamps down defen defensively
sively defensively against the Gators.
After shooting 30.4 percent in
the first half, UF finished the
game shooting just 34.5 percent
from the floor.
Texas had little problems with
UFs zone defense, though. The
Longhorns shot 50 percent for
the game, including 53 percent

-255-pound frame breaks into
laughter again.
With that one line, the sopho sophomore
more sophomore erased any doubts he was
kidding. Sure enough,
Beauchamp is a genuine come comedian.
dian. comedian. There are even rumors he
can impersonate a coach or two.
Hes a good impersonator, a
really funny guy, UF strong strongside
side strongside linebacker Jevon Kearse
said. Ill see him and hell do a
Beavis & Butthead impersona impersonation.
tion. impersonation. He does a bunch of them.
The Gators starting defen defensive
sive defensive end especially cant get
enough of Beavis & Butt-Head.
Beauchamp and roommate
Johnny Rutledge will often plop
down in front of the television
set in their room and watch the
show.
Beauchamp, of course, will
listen carefully to the dialogue
to find a few lines he can im impress
press impress his teammates with later.
Johnny likes them too.
Theyre just crazy, man, he
said. There they are, acting as
fools.
His impersonations dont
stop there. Beauchamp loves
cartoons and among his favor favorite
ite favorite is The Rocky and Bullwin Bullwinkle
kle Bullwinkle Show.
Bull-winkle, says
Beauchamp, his deep voice
ringing in a dopey tone, just as

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in the first half.
Freeman and the Longhorns
shot at will over the Gators zone,
making 10 of 23 three-pointers.
That was a surprise to us,
Texas coach Tom Penders said.
We always love to see teams line
up in a zone. I was real happy.
Despite the Longhorns suc success
cess success on offense, the Gators
trailed by just eight points, 40-
* 32, at the break.
UF stayed in the game in the
first half by going to the line 23
times. The Longhorns got to the
line just twice, missing both.
But in the second half, every
time UF made a run, Freeman
had an answer.
The Longhorn senior guard,
who entered the game averaging

national-title hopes squashed in an upset
loss to Texas in the East Regional final.
We all know that now this is the
Tournament. If you lose, youre done for
the season.
Redbirds await
Illinois State (29-7) beat Miami (Ohio),

15-1, 6-15, 15-5, 15-5, in
the first round Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night to set up a re rematch
match rematch with UF, the top
seed in the Central Re Region
gion Region and the No. 2 seed

overall, in the second round.
In late August, UF hammered the Red Redbirds
birds Redbirds 15-4, 15-4, 15-1 in only 53 minutes,
the Gators shortest match of the season.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1996, ALLIGATOR,

the famous cartoon moose
speaks. I like doing stupid
stuff like that.
He also has a knack for im impersonating
personating impersonating farm animals such
as pigs and sheep. During two twoa-day
a-day twoa-day practices in the presea preseason,
son, preseason, the team would gather in
the meeting room. Just as the
room was nearing dead silence,
a strange sound started circu-

lating.
I do that little
sheep thing, said
Beauchamp, reveal revealing
ing revealing his secret iden identity.
tity. identity. Everybody
will be quiet and
then Ill just do it
one time, and
theyre like What
the hell is that?
Beauchamp toned
down the pranks at

the start of the season, but his
personality is anything but shy.
Hes proud of his outspoken outspokenness,
ness, outspokenness, and even jokes that as the
son of a preacher he has that
speaking blood in me.
However, at times this sea season,
son, season, the New Smyrna Beach
native has gotten into trouble
for speaking his mind. During
the week prior to the Tennessee
game, Beauchamp made criti critical
cal critical remarks about the Volun Volunteers
teers Volunteers offense and quarterback

24 points a game, scored each
time Texas needed a basket, be before
fore before reaggravating a wrist injury
late in the second half.
When UF closed to within
seven points with a little more
that 10 minutes remaining, Free Freeman
man Freeman promptly hit a three- pointer.
Texas next two field goals
were from 30 feet. Brandy Per Perryman
ryman Perryman buried back-to-back
bombs, one as the shot clock
expired, to give the Horns a
16-point lead and put the Gators
away for good.
I guess they felt like we
couldnt shoot, Freeman saijj.
We stepped up and hit our
threes. They just sat in the zone
and let us shoot the threes over
them.

Peyton Manning.
They were quickly translated
by the public into trash talk and
Beauchamp received heat from
the coaches for his bold state statements.
ments. statements.
I chewed him out and then
said, Forget about it, UF
coach Steve Spurrier said.
Since then, Beauchamp has
been careful about what he has

Beauchamp

tackle, making his first career
start there to fill a need.
Hes taken a more serious ap approach
proach approach on the field. Now,
Beauchamps too busy butting
heads to impersonate Butthead.
He gets fired up. Sometimes
he gets too fired up, Kearse
said. Since (Tennessee), hes
been kind of quiet and letting
his actions speak. Actions will
be louder than words and hes
been sitting back and letting
that do all the talking.

Before learning of their opponent, the
Gators used the extra practice time they
received because of a first-round bye t£
sharpen a few areas of their own game.
Now, they will spend the next two days
focusing on their opponent, Wise said.
Clean bill of health
Baring injuries in practice this week,
the Gators will go into Saturdays match
at full strength.
Reserve middle blocker Shannon Ma Mason
son Mason missed practice Wednesday with the
flu but is expected back today. Defensive
specialist Claire Roach left practice a bit
early Wednesday to ease the chronic pain
in her knees, but Wise said she will be
fine for the match as well.

said, choosing to
wait until game
time before he
makes his point
clear.
He leads the
team with six
quarterback sacks
this season.
Against Florida
State last Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Beauchamp
played at defensive

19



20

, ALLIGATOR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1996

from page 18
FOOTBALL
Bart Edmiston, who sprained his knee
during a field goal attempt in Saturdays
game, practiced Wednesday night.
Sophomore walk-on Collins Cooper,
who stepped in Saturday to kick UFs
final extra point, may be Edmistons re replacement.
placement. replacement.
More awards?
While the Football Writers Association
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Wuerffel in Orlando for the presentation
of the award.
The ESPN College Football Awards
Show will present the award on Dec. 12
at 8:30 p.m. If Wuerffel wins, he will join
Ty Detmer as the only other two-time
winner.
Still healing
On Monday, Ike Hilliards chances of
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he sprained his ankle against Florida
State, but they had not been completely
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After Wednesday, though, his chances
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If Hilliard cant go, sophomore Jacquez
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Karim, a native of Georgia and one of
the top wide receiver recruits out of that
state, has three catches for 47 yards this
season.
Nafis is a very capable receiver, just
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coach Dwayne Dixon said. Hes very
eager to go; hes looking to shine.
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Alachua County Courthouse on Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday.
Pollard was issued a trespass warning
by a campus residence hail director in
July which prohibited him from return returning
ing returning to campus housing areas.
Though he contends he did not return
to campus after the warning, he was
identified on campus two weeks later and
the trespass charge was filed.
Pollard will have a date set soon for a
non-jury trial.
The redshirt freshman from Bradenton
has played sparingly this season but
could see more action Saturday with sen senior
ior senior Anthone Lott nursing a sprained left
ankle.