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Kentucky Kernel

I Vol. XCll, No. 40

Estabhhod 1 894

University of Kentucky. Lexington. Kentucky

Independent since 1 971

Wednesday, October 5, 1988 ll

Phonathon being held to get freshman reaction to UK life

Staff Writer

Last night, fall orientation group leaders
started calling freshmen and asking them
how they are adjusting to life at UK.

The calls are part of a phonathon, being
held through Thursday night, to gauge how
UK is doing in making freshmen feel wel-

"We just want to contact freshmen
again, see how they're doing and what we
can do to improve the freshman expert
ence," said Becky Jordan. assistant dean
of students

Upperclassmen who served as group
leaders during orientation at the beginning
of the semester, are calling freshmen and
transfer students from their groups to find
out what the students think of UK and the
orientation process.

Jordan said she got the idea from the
University of Florida, which contacts its
new students each year.

This year is the first year UK has cori-
ducted the phonathon.

Jordan explained that although the stu»
dent evaluations of fall orientation were
good, the phonathon is a way of getting

“Once again, the leaders proved to be a
crucial and successful component of the
program," Jordan said. “While the initial
evaluations are very positive we already
are looking at suggestions to improve next
year's program."

Jordan said that it also is a chance for
orientation leaders to give referrals to stu
dents who are having problems

Jordan said they hope to find out what
new students think are some of the poSitivr-
and negative aspects of UK.

They would also like to learn what stu—
dents would like to add to the orientation


Freshmen candidates for Student
H'Wt'l‘llmf‘ni Association senatorial po—
\llltlllS had their chance to voice opin
tUllS about campus issues last night at a
forum held in the Donovan lobby

li‘our panelists which included, Kernel
Editorial Editor (‘A Duane Bonifer.
Home Economics Senator Lisa King.
senator at large Kim Fowler. and
Freshman Representative ('ouncil
member li Brent ('ox. asked each can—
'lttllllt‘ two questions relating to campus
issues. StlA issues and campus leaders

Each of the 12 candidates present at
the forum began by introducing them
selves and telling the audience what
qualifications they believe they have for
S(;»\ The candidates then were asked
tuo questions and had one minute to an

Several candidates felt they were
qualified to he a senator because they


Lance Dowdy, a candidate for freshman senator. fields a
question during the forum at Donovan Hall last night Vot—

ing in SGA

would listen to the students‘ needs and
help them

' I would be very open minded and lis-
ten to everyone," said Sheryl Beasley. a
member of the senate ticket

Another member of the senate llt'kt’l,
'l‘hom Payne. said. ‘l am a listener. an
actor. and a leader "

“I would do everything in my power
to help them because SGA is the back-
bone of the campus,“ said Allen Put

The candidates not only tell that they
would listen to students" ideas and act
on them. but they also had ideas of
their own. such as viSitalion hours. and
proper handicap facilities

A recurring concern of
campuses is visitation
Kenny Tinnel

"I think a big concern among the
freshmen are \isitation hours. ' said
'I‘innel. ‘I think they need some review

Another student

all college
hours. said

concern. which has

freshman Senate electrons is

moms .t suu IVAN «war we

today and

Freshmen voice opinions during forum

lh Hill \Bli’l‘ll WADE
Staff Writer

been an I>«Sllt‘ recently .it lK. Is the

I think me need to better handicap
\éllfl (‘arol \on \ount, -t
member of the senate llt‘kt‘l ' I saw a
nandicapiwd person in a ‘itheelchair
who could not reach the elevator button
\t) I helped him This is an issue our
ticket is working on "

\landatory assigned senator office
hours. which \H‘l‘t‘ recently installed
was another important issue discussed

accessibility ,‘

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UK Women‘s golf team wins the
Memphis tourney.





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Cats visit

By DUN Del.l't'r\
t ‘ontributing Writer

The chranked UK women‘s vol
leyhall team travels to Knoxville
tor a game against the HHS Tennes
see Volunteers in a Southeastern
(‘onterence battle at 7 iii) tonight

The Volunteers are LN) in the
Southeastern t‘onterence and are
tied with l'K for lirst place

Kentucky is it i oxerall and also
2th in the leagUe

Tennessee has a hitting percent
age of 264 and are coming off iii
Wlih Wins over Si-it' opponents
(ieorgia and Auburn

i"| Is led by senior iiianiie
Shoemaker. a member of the 1987
All Sifit‘ team and Stephanie Khl

Shoemaker has 2.34 kills tor an
average of 48 and was named
M VP in the 'i‘ennessee ( ‘lassic

Ehlers has 24l kills for «i ii aver
age and leads the learn if) digs it till

i‘lhlers was named to the All
tournament team .it the Rice liivi

i'T junior Wendy Jones. a Mimi
setter and old teammate ol Ken
tucky s Laura Liniier, has L“? as
sists‘ for an average til it! till

The Wildcats are hitting 247 as a
team with Tilt kills for an axeraL'i

of H Iii

[K is coming off three wins over
Western Kentucky ‘i ii rieorgia
‘ll-il and Auburn :l-o

in the match \Alih the Hilltop 1
pers. the (‘ats had 47 kills and hi'

With an efficiency ot 'WA i'K fol

liurii. hitting 281

l or a ii a \‘erage of 4 it?)

Two members of the UK women's volleyball team
leap high to block an opponent's hit The eighth-

limeil that with at Kill\ against Au

Senior Kin; Thompson continues
to pace the (‘ats Iii kills With 200.

iii: the rielensiie side she leads
m riius will i4?~ for :in average of

Thompson also led Kentucky in

JAY ‘ULLEII/Photo Services
ranked Wildcats, 13-1, will take on Tennessee

tonight in Knoxville The Vols are 10-55

sophomore setter
contributed ‘29

the match over Auburn With 13 UK
kills and a hitting efficiency of .290. hinder

Lisa Bokovoy leads UK in block against
ing with 61 for an average of 1.30.

Bokovoy is second behind
Thompson in kills with 180 for a
3.83 average

Bokovoy had 10 kills against
Georgia and a hitting efficiency of
310. with five blocks on defense

career total 1,985.
(in her current pace.
night s match.

time assist leaders


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UK women sizzle
in last round, win
Memphis tourney

Staff Writer

The UK women's golf team, one
shot back of North Carolina going
into yesterday‘s final round, fired
an impressive sixover-par 294 to
claim the Memphis State Women‘s
invitational at the Colonial (‘lub
(iolf course in Memphis, Tenn

“That's the lowest round we've
shot in a long time," said UK
coach Bettie Lou Evans. "l'm just
tickled to death. This is not an easy
course and to shoot 294 really says

In 35 rounds of golf last year,
only once did the Lady Kats shoot
a score that low. That score, also a
294, came in the third and final
round of the Southeastern Confer-
ence Championship in May, last
year‘s regular season final.

l’K, ranked 17th nationally, was
ill shots better than its closest
rival. the iSth-ranked Lady Tar;
heels. UK's threeday total of 910
was bettered only three times last
year by a Lady Kat squad, a team
that included All-American Kate
Rogerson and standout Noelle

[TK's winning effort was 11 shots
better than Duke‘s winning 92] last
year at the par-72. 6.im«yard

“i can‘t believe we shot this low

of a number in only our third tour-
nament,“ Evans said. “it‘s not
usually until the spring that you
begin to see numbers like this,“

Leading the way for the Wildcats
was senior Cindy Mueller. She was
runner-up among the 87 compet-
itors, one shot off the lead

Mueller's one-under 71 in the
final round was matched by team
mate Margie Muzik. Muzik, ninth
after two rounds, tied two other
golfers for third to finish five shots
back of medalist Katie Peterson of
North Carolina.

UK sophomore Jayne Lohr shot
two—over 74 today to finish seventh

Freshman Tonay Gill shot 78 to
place 10th.

“Four girls in the top ten is fan
tastic,“ Evans said.

Missouri finished 23 shots hehind
Kentucky, with a score of 933 Ala
bama was fourth with 935 and
South Carolina fifth.

UK will host the Lady Kat invrta
tional at the Spring Lake (‘ountry

[‘K men finish 10th

The [K men's golf team placed
10th in the Butler National [nutri-
tional at the Butler National Golf
(‘ourse in Oak Brook. ill,

UK senior ()len Grant finished

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Assoc‘a ted Press

GEORGETOWN, Ky. ~ Toyota
opened the doors of its spanking
new $800 million auto-manufactur-
ing plant to the news media yester—
day while preparing for a formal
dedication ceremony Thursday.

D. Michael Dodge, the plant
manager who came to Toyota two
years ago from Volkswagen,
briefed reporters on the start-up of
the leacre complex that soon is
expected to produce 400, and then
800, fourdoor Camrys a day.

Only 2,100 cars have been man-
ufactured to sell so far, Dodge
said, but already they are being

Last week he was sent a tele-
gram. later posted in the plant.


Associated Press

Wl(3Kl.lr‘r‘rI, Ky. The enVi-
ronmental group Greenpeace has
requested that Westvaco commit to
a mayor change in its manufacture
mg technology to reduce the
amount of toxic materials resulting
from the paper-making process

Shelley Stewart, director of the
(ireeiuwace pulp and paper cam»
paigii. said the industry in Sweden
uses far less chlorine in processing
pulp, which reduces significantly
the quantity of dioxms produced

The [ES Environmental Protec
tioii Agency has identified dioxin as
a potent carcinogen

Westvaco plant spokesman l)ick
Boyd said (ireeniwace "strongly
requested that we adopt all current
and emerging technology in the
ipapert bleaching process used in
Sweden. ”

Boyd said Greenpeace gave the
company two weeks to make such
a commitment He would not say
whether Westvaco would accept or
reject (ir‘eenixm‘e's request during
that time

from Toyota‘s Kansas City region,
which said, “Just received the new
Camrys and they were perfect."

Their quality is equal to or great-
er than those coming out of Japan,
Dodge said.

“We have taken a legendary
‘Toyota Production System,‘
brought it to the United States and
combined it with two cultures from
the United States and Japan to
form the finest prOdUction system
known," he said.

The production line was turning
out about 20 cars an hour this
week, fewer than half the number
expected by early next year when
400 cars will be manufactured dur
mg a single eight-hour shift.

By mids1989 the plant Will pro-
duce 800 cars a day, or 200,000 any

nually, at full production with two
full shifts, he said.

There is a tremendous market in
this country for the Camry. Dodge

“That‘s why it makes good busi-
ness sense to build the car here,"
he said.

The Camry, an Anglicized word
for “crown" in Japanese, will be
sold throughout the country with
the exception of California, which
has different exhaust emission
standards. Dodge said the Ken—
tucky‘built model also will not be
available initially in Canada.

On Thursday top Toyota Motor
(‘orp. officials, including chairman
Eiji Toyoda and president Shoichi-
ro Toyoda. will be here from

Also on hand will be Kentucky

Gov. Wallace (l Wilkinson and
Martha Layne Collins, his prede-
cessor, who made many trips to
Japan and is credited With helping
persuade Toyota to locate its plant
in Kentucky.

More than 1.000 Toyota dealers
took a look at the Camry plant
Monday, and an equal number was
expected Wednesday, according to

The dedication ceremony, open
by invitation only, Will begin at to
am with a luncheon to follow. (in
Sunday the public Wlll tor the first
time be offered tours of the plant.
but no cameras will be allow ed

The media tour covered many
parts of the plant but skipped some
of the areas that employ up-to‘the
minute robotics technology. lllt liid

makes request to paper company

On Monday, paper mill officials
met with Greenpeace representa—
tives to discuss the group‘s con
cerns about Westvaco and the en»
tire US. pulp and paper industry.

The less-bleached Swedish paper
products are not white.

Ms. Stewart had samples of cof
fee filters, disposable diapers, sta
tionery and other Swedish paper
products all brownish, tan or

“These are high—quality products
that are just as functional as
American products, but they con
tam almost no dioxin and the proc
ess used to make them produced
very little dioxin." she said

“Americans have the idea that
whiter is cleaner, but it isn't The
fact is that these products are less
toxic and produce fewer toxins dur
mg manufacture "

Boyd said Westvaco has
agreed to (ireenpeace‘s request

“We are constantly investigating
and evaluating emerging techiiolo
gy' that will enhance our environ
mental iwrformance,” Boyd said
”We‘re looking at the best technol


ODK dinner planned

Staff reports

More than too student organiza
tion presidents accepted invitations
to a dinner with [K President
David Roselle this Thursday

The President‘s Dinner is spoii
sored by timicron Delta Kappa
lA‘tldt‘l‘Slllp Honor Society and the
[K National Alumni Association

Roselle will be the guest speaker
and will field questions from the
audience after his speech

This will be a good opportunity to
"unify the campus and get the ad

ministration in touch with student
needs and concerns." said HDK
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The purpose of the dinner |'~ to
allow “strident leaders to come and
listen to their president" and to
meet and exchange ideas with
other student leaders. Huang said

HDK extended invitations to the
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whom and residence hall lil‘t'sl

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thing because someone tells us it

Boyd said Westvaco has a “long
and enviable record of environmeri
tal performance” and meets all
state and tederal requirements.

Boyd said the meeting with Stew.
art and Janet llieber was cordial.

Before the meeting, Ms. Stewart
said tireenix-ace was “prepared to
takeactionagainst this company "

Greenpeace is known for what it
calls "direct action" against some
industries These actions have Ill
chided plugging discharge pipes
and hanging banners on smoke
stacks Such actions are taken only
.is ;i last resort, Ms Stewart said

tireeiipeacc has no plans to use
direct action against any west Ken
lucky industries, but it has
ruled out the possibility

Ms Stewart said dioxm is only
part of the problem in the paper lli
ililstry “Westvaco puts thousands
of pounds of chlorinated. organii


poisons into the riyei each year
Ulthlll is the best known, but it I‘
only a part of the problem

"The pUsh in Sweden to clean up
the industry came as a result of
those things before dioxin was vat-ii
tll‘st'tfl cred there,” she said

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