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By Gary Wull
Stuff ll 'I'Ilt’r

\\'hen asked what students
do on a Sunday morning most
would say, “Sleepl \\'hat else
is there to do?"

If you’re a dedicated ['K
basketball fan who doesn‘t
like being stuck in the ‘nose-
bleed‘ seats, you get up early,
say about 6:30 a.ni., 5nd get in
line for the 8 3.1". ticket lot»

Yesterday morning, comv
munication freshman Amy
Wagner, business freshman
Jentry ()sswald and undee
clared freshman .lenna Fergu—
son set out for their first tick
et lottery.

“'hen asked what sacri~
fices were made, the common

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.5 PENNY PINBHEB Spams/.7 senior Daniel Lucit belt! u “one-mun proleyr‘ ofibc )It’L" 35 Nude!!! fizptoininators “ in full And
li: ticket price. He and about 32 .rrudemy paid for their tit/cm in pcnnicx. ul d on't think right mm.
; - (the cold and lack ofsleep) is a
3 big deal. I'd rather be sleep»
ll u an s pro es '0 8 ing." \Vagner said “l'K is .i
ll big basketball sebool and we

. i I I bavetft been (to a giiiiicl."

l t w :\t the front of the line
were two people who had
been in there since _ a.iii:
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Penny for your thoughts?

Several UK students shared many
thoughts when they paid for their basket—
ball tickets with pennies in protest ofthe
new student ticket fee.

Daniel Lavit, a Spanish senior, began
what he called a ”small one—man protest"
when he went to his bank and withdrew
$250 worth of pennies.

\Vitb the help of his roommate, Lavit
transported the beaiy load of money to
Memorial Coliseum where he asked the
students standing in line to swap their bills
for pennies.

“Some guy just asked me ifI liked pay-
ing $5 for my ticket,” said Scott Smith,
marketing sophomore, who paid with pen—

“Of course I said no, so he

It wasn't the way the protest went or
who received the message that upset Lavit.
It was that many students who he asked to
participate declined.

Lavit said “the majority of the people on
the UK campus are sheep."

The whole reason for the protest, Lavit
said, was because he was upset that students
have to pay an activity fee, then pay an
additional fee for basketball tickets.

Accounting junior Shaun Quinlan said:
“I don't like the idea of paying 55, but I‘ll
pay it to see the best team in the nation
play. Ifthe price was $10 or $15, I'd still go
to games, but not as much."

Education freshman Rose—Linda
Faulkner agrees that it is wrong to pay the
ticket fee.

“When I came to UK I was excited that
I got to see such a great basketball team

play for free -— then I found out


gave me 500 pennies. I figured
the pennies would show a sign
of resentment for the new

ready to finally meet “Penny

send me to the back ofthe line
~~ how juvenile is that?" Lavit



the new

there was going to be one more

thing I had to pay for," she said.
“Ticket fees should be includ-

ed in our student activity fee

I..tvit said his friend and Stuv
dent Government Association

that if SGA thought it was going
to meet with resistance trying to




Director for Administrative Services
Rodney Stiles, said the people taking the
money definitely weren’t too happy about
the pennies.

He said they weighed the bundle at 110
pounds. The salesmen had to get a two-
wheeler to carry out the pennies.

“\Ve acce ted his (pennies) and we will
if he brings tliem back a ain,” Stiles said.

However, Stiles saitf he thinks Lavit’s
protest was misdirected.

“I think he should have protested in a
different way," he said.

“The people who had to deal with it
were not decision—making people. If that
student wanted to make a protest, he
should protest to policy-makers, not ticket

the Dean of Students Office or to C._]. Har-
low, the student representative on the UK

raise the Student Athletics por—
tion of the Student Activities Fee it would
have gotten involved in the protest.

In an SGA—sponsored student referen~
dum students voted to raise the athletics
fee instead of paying for basketball tickets.

SGA President Shea Chaney said after
SGA figures out how much the fee would
have to be raised to equal the revenue that
the $5 fee generated.

Then, e will then ask the Senate to
endorse the plan and be will present the
idea to the Board of Trustees at the May

Lavit thinks students aren't as upset as
they should be.

But as for another protest —— not by
Lavit. He will be graduating soon, so

At least not from him.

Fadool and landscape archi—
tecture freshman Megan \iiln

“Last time we arrived at
7:15 and there were already
people here," Fadool said.

Though yesterday morn—
ing was fairly pleasant, there
have been times when weath«
er has affected the lottery.

“\Vhen I came here in the
snow we decided to come
here at 8 a.m and it was our
celed till 10," Fadool said.
“\Ve came back at H) and
they let us inside."

“'6 were the first people in
line and were really psyched,
when they told us we had to
go around because they didn't
want us walking on the gym
floor, and we ended up with
not as good of seats," Fadool

However, not all students

said. “It doesn‘t involve get-
ting tip much earlier than lor

with getting up early.

Kelly .\loynahan, an archi»
tecture sophomore, disagrees
with the way it is run.







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"It's eight o” clock in the
morning and it's freezing. I
don‘t see what the prob eni
would be with having the lot—
tery on Monday afternoon,"
.\loyiiab.in said.

Here‘s how the lottery

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about}.7 students to purchase file 500 lot of money, if you want to go UCkCtS- . "PC“ and students run up the
1 their tickets in pennies. , to all the home games it really Mark Parshall, :1 graduate “ml" ”mm. “f Memorial

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men were not extremely happy figured the A possible reason many stu- UHEC'JVWIW: . l l . ll (,‘mup, A“. encouraged I”
with the protest. By the time penmey would dents did not take part in the. l“ "Us" l.“ -‘ Pl“ ’ U" trade for higher ”mum.” in
IfJYII’ reached tne front of the Show a sign of small protest was that not a lot of (buying tltlxt‘KSh iii” Wills" order U, sit together.
line the ticket salesmen were people knew about it. tlmt’S '8 long “‘8". leflhfill ticket

()nct- seated the
holders sit watching the UK
junior \ai‘sitv team practice.

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was some administration guy V would have gotten SGA involved hill (lC‘Jl- . . ”w, ”New “in be called.
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,‘ said if it happens again they'll much-ling ly notified of the protest. morning worth it, though.- and intervals of lllll are Ch”,
either not accept my money or xophommr Henncl said she told Lavit »\“Y 6‘ ”Wm“ '5 WNW“ 5,.”

From there, students have
to choose in which section
they wish to sit and pay $5 per





By Kathy Reding
Stuff ll 'I‘irn'

an eastern Kentucky [Hill].

hour surgical procedure.


The UK Hospital performed its first
kidney/pancreas transplant Thursday on

Clayton Sizeniore, 46, of()neida, Ky.
received the organs during an eight—

had been~on a waiting list with United
Network for Organ Sharing for a kidney

and pancreas since September 1095.

Dr. Dinesb Ranjan, director of LiK‘s
liver and kidney/pancreas transplant
program, led the transplant team. The
organs, recovered from an out-pf—statc
donor Thursday, immediately began to
function in Sizemore on the operating
table on completion ofthe surgery.

Sizeniore is in critical condition iii

cessful organ transplant.
Sizeiiiore's transplant team, in .Mltllr

Illl pcriorms its first kidney/pancreas transplant

tion to Dr. Ranjan, consisted of Dr.
\Villiaiii Strodel. L'K chief of general
surgery. LVK eiidocrinologists l)r. Den—
nis Karounos. Dr. David Fscalante and
Dr, 'l'hoiiias \\'.iid, .i kidncy/paiicrcas

Ranjaii became director of L'K‘s liver
transplant program in l‘N-l. The kid
ney/pancreas program, which is under

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, sellers.” accordin to him, “the administration Sizemore has insulin dependent dii the hospital s intensive cirt unit, it ht rt his direction , is innoiintcd in lirch
He suggested Lavit take his protest to doesn’t ave to worry about any more betes and suffered a kidney failure. He all patients go directly following a sucv ol I Hi, Ranjan was recruited to L K

from the University of Alabama»Birm—



Army says GDP
wants some concessions

\VASHIN(II‘ON —~ Contradicting other Repub-
lican leaders, House Majority Leader Dick Armey
said Congress will refuse to raise the federal debt
ceiling next month unless President Clinton agrees

to GOP budget-cutting measures.

Anney‘s statements on NBC's “Meet the Press"
yesterday put Republicans on a collision course with
the \Vhite House that could bring the fiscal integrity

of the country into question.

House Republicans in articular have been reluc-
tant to pass stopgap fun ing measures for the 1996

u ' I

budget and raise the debt ceiling until the White
House moves closer to the Republicans' seven~year

balanced budget plan.

Talks on the balanced budget broke down last
week, and it's unlikely there will be an ' progress in
settling the differences before Presi ent Clinton
delivers his State of the Union address tomorrow.
Congress returns from a two—week recess today.

Abortion groups convoru on "common

\VASHING’H )N — As Congress moves closer to
banning some rare late-term abortions, abortion
opponents gathered in the nation's capital for their
annual march to the Sn remc Court to protest its

decision 23 years ago.

The abortion debate appears to have taken a back
seat to budget and tax matters in this presidential
election year, but it remains one of the most emo—
tional and divisive public and political issues facing

landmark Roe vs. Wade

y- '1

.-M~.W» - . ‘»A«....W~—-- -


Thousands of abortion opponents from across the
country were to rally near the \Vbitc House at
lunchtime today before marching to the Supreme
Court, as they have done every year since 1974. ‘

m Aralat wins Palestinian election
GAZA CITY. (iaza Strip M \Vinning 88 percent
of the vote, Yasser Arafat emerged yesterday from
the first Palestinian election with a resounding "MH-
date to complete peace with Israel and lead his peo
ple to independence.
Final results ofthe race for presidency released by
the Central Election Commission late Sunday gave
Arafat 88.l percent of the total vote and his oppo-
nent Samiha Khalil 9.5 percent.
Arafat loyalists will also control the newly elected
Bil-member Palestinian parliament, though they may
have to share some poWer with uprising activists.

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Stars sneak out on lack oi beauty

NI‘AV Y( )RK Big hands? Droopy ears? Yes,
even Hollywood stars admit they're

“l have these big piano playing
hands," Sandra Bullock said. “I feel
like I should be picking potatoes."

Bullock and others critique their
looks for the February issue ofCos-
niopolitan iiiagaline.

"All I ever wanted to be was
blond, blue-eyed, short and bi - All"
breasted," Kirstie Alley said. “.\ v
prayers were obviously not answered."

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I 4 5‘ .
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Saturday at the Buell Armory. The Morehead match were Dan Span— blocked Sam Cagsell's layup
Wildcat women (Iats took the small bore 4,616- er, Matt \Valters, Brad Jackson, attempt at the buzzer to seal the
, 4,598 and the air rifle 1545—1535. Sundin and (iaitan, Mauriello. victory.
| ' lose to Bama The Wildcats were led by Mike Anfernee Hardaway had 13 of

The UK women's basketball
team held a S-point lead at half-
time of Saturday's game with
Alabama in *-

But Bernadette
squad was
outscored 40—30 in
the second half, & ..
and Alabama . wwl?‘ ‘
cruised to 66-51 Robe";

Shaunda Roberts had 20 points
and nine rebounds to lead the
(Iats. Shawn Manning added 11
for UK.

UK's record fell to 4-13 overall
and 0-6 in the Southeastern (Ion—
ference. Alabama improved to 15—
i, 3—3.

Hills team all with a hang

The No. 4 UK rifle team
defeated No.2 Xavier (i,I(il—(>,1_i0


Boggs, who finished second in the
small bore with 385, and Nancy
Napolski, whose 388 in the air
rifle was good for second.

"III! “in III

The UK men's tennis team
opened its spring season with a
pair of victories yesterday at the
Boone Indoor Tennis Center.

The Cats defeated \Vestern
Kentucky 4-3 in an afternoon
match before downing Morehead
7-0 in an evening affair.

junior Ludde Sundin was the
only UK player who played in his
regular spot in the rotation against
\Vestern, winning the No. 1 sin—
gles match over Bo Sparks, 6—4, 6—

Other winners in the \\'estern
match were freshmen Ariel (iai—
tan, Keith Mauriello and Patrick

The singles winners in the






Jayne: .IBI ll 30""!

The UK junior varsity basket—
ball team (4-ii will take on (Iuyas
hoga (Ioiiiiiiiinity (:ollege tonight
at 8:05 at Memorial (Ioliseum.

The \\'ildcats are L‘Ulnln" off a
75-74 loss to Hanover College's
iiinior varsity squad.

Sophomore (Iameron Mills
leads the squad in scoring average
at 24.8 points per game. Freshman
Nazr Mohaniiiied is averaging
23.9 points and 14.0 rebounds per

Milli: (0| KICK!" ‘

HOUSTON —- Shaquille
O’Neal's layup with 4.7 seconds
left after snaring a rebound lifted
the Orlando Alagic to a 97-96 vic-
tory over the Houston Rockets
yesterday in a rematch of the
teams that made last season's NBA

O’Neal, who finished with 6‘)
points and 16 rebounds, then

his 28 points in the final quarter as
the Magic turned away a Houston

The Rockets, losing for the
fourth time in seven games, had
gone ahead 86—78 with six minutes
to go before O'Neal, and especial-
ly Hardaway, took over.

Hardaway, whose jum r at the
buzzer gave Orlando 2 firistmas
Day victory over Houston in the
first meeting between the teams
this season. hit a 3-pointer with
2:59 left to tie the game at 90. His
flying dunk with 1:37 left put the
Magic ahead ()3 -()2.

After Hakeem Olajuwon, who
finished with 30 points on his 33rd
birthday, hit a 17~footer to give
Houston a 94-93 advantage,
Hardaway rammed through
another dunk with 42.6 seconds
left to regain the lead for the

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