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Ellis, Davender lead UK to victory over
Notre Dame. SEE PAGE 3.





The Boys Choir of Harlem is
coming to UK. SEE PAGE 8.



Today: T-storms and showers
Tomorroszore showers




I Kentucky Kernel

Vol. XCI. No. 98


University of Kentucky. Lexington, Kentucky

Independent since 1971

Monday, February 1. 1988


Two join staff to fight alcohol, drug misuse

News Editor

UK has two new answers to the
growing concern of substance abuse
—— Lisa Stof er and Todd Warnick.

Stofer. a substance abuse coordi-
nator, and Warnick, a substance
abuse counselor. were hired by UK
after it received a $90,123 two-year
grant from the US. Department of
Education to establish a substance
abuse prevention office.

This grant "gave the University
the chance to do some educating and
counseling in relation to alcohol,“
said James Kuder, vice chancellor
for student affairs.

That educating and counseling will
be done by Stofer and Warnick who
have backgrounds in both.

Warnick earned his undergraduate
degree in psychology at UK and

went on to earn his masters in cou-
seling at Michigan State University.
He is a Certified Chemical Depen-
dency Counselor (CCDC), he said.

Stofer. originally from Lexington,
is a graduate student at UK in the
department of social services.

Prior to becoming UK’s substance
abuse coordinator, Stofer worked as
a family service worker in Hardin

“My training and my experience
has lead me to do some training and
some counseling," Stofer said.

But counseling isn’t the only issue
in her new job, Stofer said. It‘s im-
portant that both “education and
counseling" are emphasized.

In addition to counseling students
who have drinking problems, Stofer
and Warnick will be teaching stu-
dents to “recognize substance abuse

problems," said Mary Brinkman. a
health counselor.

Warnick and Stofer will be teach-
ing students “how you tell no prob-
lem from a problem," Stofer said.

Stofer will coordinate programs to
inform students about alcohol and
other potentially hazardous sub»
stances, while Warnick will be doing
the one-onone work with students
who have a problem or know some-
one who has a problem.

“I‘ll be working with individuals
who have a concern, or who want in-
formation about chemicals." War»
nick said. “It could be someone who
has a concern about their own use or
it could be somebody who has a con
cern about someone else‘s use — a
friend, a girlfriend. ”

Warnick and Stofer say that they
have set their goals for the program
and those goals all point to student

participation. “Students helping stu-
dents.“ Stofer said.

In addition to Warnick and Stofer
speaking with student groups, Stofer
said that they are developing a pro-
gram that involves students speak-
ing to other student groups .- such
as fraternities. sororities or other
organizations — about alcohol

But in order to be effective. War-
nick said that the program is going
to have “to be out there so that peo-
ple can realize that we‘re here.“

"Here" is the third floor of Frazee
Hall in the Counseling and Testing
Center for Warnick. Students seek-
ing counseling can schedule appoint-
ments with him there. he said.

Students wishing to have a presen-
tation made to their groups can con»
tact Stofer in the Office of the Dean


Shootout _


finals in Knoxville, Tenn.

student category.

The Student Center Gameroom was the site Sat-
urday of the Association of College Unions (ACUl) re-
gional qualifier in billiards and table tennis. The tour-
nament had 90 entries from the UK community,
making it “the largest turnout in 20 years," said Jim
Heath, Gameroom manager and a professional bil-
liards player. The winners of this double elimination
tournament are eligible to go on to the ACUl regional

First place in the men's billiard division was Ken
Hughes (right). with second place going to Steve
Campbell. Tammy Scott won first place in women's
competition and Spencer Provan took first in the non-






Dance instructor wins
choreography award
over 2505plus applicants

Contributing Writer

A UK dance instructor was one of
the recipients of the 1987 Lawrence
S. Epstein Choreography Award.

Rayma K. Beal, director of UK‘s
Dance Ensemble. shared the award
with Barbara-Ann Carver-Hunt,
from the University of Southern Mis-
sissippi. The two received the prize
for their proposed production of “A
Snake-Hand Tale on the Nature of
and Necessity for Angels."

Epstein presented Beal with a $250
check and a plaque in Lexington on
Nov. 7. The proposal won out from
more than 250 other submissions.

The Lawrence S. Epstein Award is
a private award and started in ms.
There are very few private dance
awards as most dance awards come
from the National Endowment for

The Epstein Award is the first
major award Beal has received for

“Choreography is an organizing
and thinking, planning process, and
ideas to be presented through
movement.“ Beal said.

Beal has been dancing since she
was 5 :;...s old. “My first experi-
ence in modern dance was as a
physical education major: with a
dance emphasis at Arizonia State,"
she said. She concentrated on ballet
as well as modern dance.

Beal is a faculty member in the
Health, Physical Education and
Recreation Department. Beal
teaches modern dance, ballet, jazz.
folk dancing, dance history, chore-
ography and dance production. She

In addition to modern dance, East-
ern dancing from China and India


UK dance instructor Rayma K. Beal was one of the recipients of
the 1987 Lawrence S. Epstein Choreography Award.

of Students in 513 Patterson Office

We want to ”get individuals inter-
ested.“ Warnick said.

One way Warnick hopes to do that
is through structured groups that
will meet together and talk about
their problems or their concerns for
friends or family members. or their
curiosity about alcohol.

Warnick and Stofer's positions are
funded under the grant for the next
two years. after that the University
will have to fund the positions. War-
nick said he thinks that the t'nivei»
sity is committed to the program

"The grant itself is just seed
money." he said. “This is kind of
like the money that was funneled in
to get activities going."

And while Stofer says that she
thinks the grant money isn‘t quite

Sec TWO. Page '




will crown student
at UK this month

By .I.'l‘. Ill)l'N('IIfll.l.
Staff Writer

University of Kentucky women
who have ever dreamed of wearing
a crown will have a shot at the title
of Miss Kentucky Valentine IlllS

The pageant is sponsored by the
(‘ommuter Student Board and co-

sponsored by the Off-Campus Ai-

fairs Committee of the Student Gov
ernment Association.

The annual event. in its eighth
year. is free to the public and will be
held at 8 pm. Feb. 11 in Memorial

Tina Shah. a civil engineering sc-
nior and president of the board. said
the purpose of the pageant is to
“raise awareness of the commuter
student board and to bring commut-
ers and residents together.“

All registered L'K student organi-
zations. including dormitory govern
ments. greck organizations. and
academic honoraries. are eligible to
nominate any UK student as their
representative. Shah said.

Pageant contestants are judged in
two separate categories. Personal
interviews with the judges make up
65 percent of each score and are
based on confidence. intelligence
and grade point average. lntervicws
will be held Feb. 8 and 9 from 1 to S
p.m..Shah said.

The second category. stage ap-
pearance and modeling ability.
counts for the remaining 35 percent.

Sharon limits. the board‘s sponsor
at the t‘nivcrsily. said this is only
the second year for the modeling
portion of the pageant. The contes-
tants \Hll model in both the casual
dress and ewnnig gown competi~
lions during the contest.

This year‘s judges include Beth
Ann t‘lnrk of images Model Agency
and reigning \liss Kentucky USA,
Steve Schniit-deknecht of Reflections
Hair Design and a representative of
Vogue .\lodcl Agency. (‘hilds said.

The first and second runners-up
will receive plaques and roses for
their achievement. This year's
queen will be crowned by reigning
Miss Kentucky Valentine. Marlyn

The duties for Miss Kentucky Val-
l’llllllt‘ 1988. Shah said. include visit-
ing Shriners Hospital for Crippled
t‘hildrcii to hand out valentines.

l‘liitertainnicnt during the model-
ing is being provided by Tim Glass-
cock and the show will probably be
hosted by a local television news
pt‘l‘Sttllttlll} . t'hilds said

The pageant is “something we
want to become as prestigious an
event .is homecoming." Shah said.

Student organizations interested in
iionniiatini.I a representative may
pick tip applications and pay the $15
entry fee n; tot; Student (‘enter The
deudlinc for applications is 4:30 pm.
Feb 3

New Kentucky budget
pleases almost no one

Associated Press

FRANKFURT w When Gov Wal-
lace Wilkinson talks about reaction
to his budget. he refers to the
“micro-politics“ involved.

Wilkinson complains that so many
of those groups share the same posi-
tion, it has become an issue of

Translation: Almost
hates his budget.

That may, however, work in his
favor when crunch time comes for

There are. of course. two sides to
the budget. One side gets the
money; the other spends it.

On the revenue side, the players
and their positions are clear.

Highway contractors oppose the
use of $35 million each year from
the Road Fund to pay for state po-
lice highway patrols.

Police and firefighters oppose the
use of money from their salary
supplement fund to fill in gaps.

Retired public employees, espe-
cially teachers, are distressed about
the plan to have the state contribute
'less money to their pension pro-
grams than in previous years.

Perhaps loudest of all are the
complaints from sportsmen that Wil-
kinson wants to take money from
the Department of Fish and Wildlife
Resources This interest group is
particularly worrisome became





most of the people involved have

(in the spending side. the com-
plaints are just as loud.

State employees don't like the
prospect of getting only a 2 percent
raise in fiscal year 1989 instead of
the 3 percent many consider their

Active teachers fall into the same
category with state employees, but
Wilkinson also put them in a touchy

He has proposed continuation of
the longevity pay program under
which the teachers with the most ex-
perience get the most money. He
has also asked for more money for a
host of educational programs.

Teachers — make that the Ken-
tucky Education Association ~ now
must find a way to complain about
the 2 percent raise without appear-
ing to be simple money-grubbers un-
concerned about anything in educa-
tion but their own paychecks.

Legislators have already begun
grumbling about the whole budget,
but Wilkinson turned that around as

Wilkinson said he agreed with the
complaints about where he fund the
money and the fact there isn't
enough to go around.



 2 — Kentucky Kernel, Monday. February 1, 1088

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dar form must be filed out and returned to the Student Activities Office.

Deadline: Forms will be accepted no later than the Monday preceeding the
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Kentucky Kernel, Monday, February 1. 1008 — 3



Todd Jones
Sports Editor





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Jim White
Assistant Sports Editor




Ellis bakes

not shakes
in 1st start

LOUISVILLE — Shortly before
UK's basketball game against
Notre Dame yesterday afternoon,
coach Eddie Sutton walked into
the visitor‘s locker-room at Free-
dom Hall.

He was looking for his fresh-
man center, LeRon Ellis. He
found the 6-foot-11 pile of arms
and legs in the back of the room.

“Would you be too nervous to
start?" Sutton asked Ellis.

“Not too nervous," Ellis an-

Not too nervous at all.

Instead, Ellis was too cool.

The 'I‘ustin, Calif. native gave
up his normal off-the-bench role
—- and his shaky freshman ten-
dencies — to become a Wildcat

And at least for one game, Sut-
ton found a solid performer to fill
that elusive fifth starting positon.
The position that has already
passed by seniors Richard Mad-
ison and Cedric Jenkins.

“I was still pretty nervous,“
Ellis said. “I knew that this was
the game before the Super Bowl
(on A80 and I knew everybody
would be watching. I knew the
TV crowd would be bigger.

“I was just scared I‘d get out
there and do something really

Ellis was bad in the street-ball
sense of the word.

Gone were most of the fresh-
man mistakes that had Sutton
worried earlier in the week. The
coach said it was time for his
rookie to forget about his age. If
i ‘y.l$.‘.lfi‘5 to breaks two-game con-
ference losing Streak, Ellis wOuld
have to contribute.

In UK‘s 78-69 win over the
Irish, Ellis had a lot to contrib—
ute: 14 points, five steals and a
big-time alleyoop dunk via se-
nior guard Ed Davender.

As a reward for his efforts,
Ellis was named the game‘s Most
Valuable Player.

His most valuable play came
with 24 seconds remaining in the

With UK leading 72-69. Notre
Dame star guard David Rivers
put up a shot which bounced off
the rim. His backcourt partner,
Jamere Jackson, grabbed the re-
bound and leaped toward the bas-
ket for a seemingly sure put-back

Ellis, however, had a different
idea of where the shot should go.

All 225 pounds of him came
bounding through the lane and
pinned Jackson‘s shot against the

A quick outlet pass after the
block resulted in an intentional
foul and two Davender free

After that. the Cats coasted.

At that point, Ellis seemed'far
from nervous.

"When I found out, I went up to
him in the locker-room and said
‘Well big fella, you're starting.“
UK senior center Rob Lock said.
“I told him ‘don‘t be intimidated'
and he went out and he wasn‘t at
all. Now we got two California
guys starting — at Kentucky.“

Both Lock and Ellis started the
game in a frontcourt combina-
tion that worked — finally. Sutton
has been juggling lineups since
the season began trying to find a
stable unit.

“It was the twin towers," he
said. “It was kind of nice to have
two big men in there."

"This is by far and away the
best Ellis has ever played,“ Sut-
ton said. “He made a great block
down there at the end. His de-
fense was excellent. He played
with a lot of confidence and

The question ntiw‘ is‘ whether
Ellis can continue the upswing.

During the first half of the
game, the freshman grabbed the
ball out of the hands of Notre
Dame‘s Keith Robinson and took
off down the court. After pulling
up his dribble he lofted a slow.
sloppy misguided pass behind
Rex Chapman into a circle of
Irish defenders. A shadow of the
pastor glimpse of the future?

“I think I‘ll keep improving,"
Ellis said. “I'm just glad they
gave me this chance to start. It
was all pretty exciting."

Assistant Sports Editor Jim
White is a journalism and politi-
cal science junior and a Kernel
sports columnist.



Wildcats make Irish eyes frown, 78-69

Staff Writer

LOUISVILLE — The UK basket-
ball team everyone has been search-
ing for all season may have finally
arrived yesterday.

Powered by an outside and inside
attack, Kentucky washed away
David Rivers and the Notre Dame
Fighting Irish in Freedom Hall,
78-69, and may have found itself in
the process.

The Wildcats, now 14-3, were

aided by their usual trio of heroes ——
Winston Bennett, Rex Chapman and
Ed Davender.

But it was the unexpected good
play of the inside players that car-
ried UK to victory.

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control Chapman and Bennett,"
Notre Dame coach Digger Phelps
said. “We thought that since their
inside game wasn‘t as strong, we
felt we could match up."

But Phelps thought wrong. UK
freshman LeRon Ellis was inserted
into the starting lineup.

He responded with a 14-point, six-
rebound attack that pleased the
roaring crowd of 19,502 and earned
him Most Valuable Player honors.

“I was extremely pleased with the
play of Ellis," UK coach Eddie
Sutton said. “This was far and
above the best game Ellis has

Ellis was not alone underneath.
Rob Lock