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Sports Monday



Loss leaVes Wildcats looking for
answers.SEE PAGE 3.





Pink Floyd offers best of
theatrical rock. SEE PAGE 5.



Today: Breezy, turning cooler
Tomorrow: Sunny and cool



Kentucky Kernel

Vol. XCl. No. 61

am 1894

University of Kentucky, Lexington. Kentucky

independent since 1971

Monday. Nevember 9. 1987





Hy ROSS L. .\.\'I)ERSl-2.\'
Contributing Writer

As newly appointed director of
the Center for Robotics and Man-
ufacturing Systems. William
Gruver already has a lull agenda
he hopes will help thrust t'K into
the let century.

As director. Gruver will ever
see the integration of research
conducted at the L'niversity with
practical applications occurring
in industry throughout the state.

Last year. the General Assem-
bly approved more than $13 mil-
lion to establish the center at UK.
Ten million dollars was allocated
for the construction of the center
with the remainder going for op-
erating funds and salaries.

While construction of the center
has not begun. $1.3 million of the

UK robotics director has full agenda already

operating funds have already
gone into research pl'tljt‘t'ls in
volving robotics.

Gruver said he is pleased to see
the research underway. because
corporations want to see progress
before committing funds The
center is scheduled to be com
pleted and operat ing by mid-Mitt

While the center currently has
a staff of 25 professors from va«
rious departments of the L'niver~
sity, (ii'uver said the search for
four senior faculty professors is

The center will be connected to
Anderson Hall and \\lll have
more than 60.000 square lt't'l
cqutpped with the latest coinpu'
ci‘s and equipment used in Will!“
ics research.

One interesting aspect of the
new facility will be the t‘ltlst‘tl

loop satellite system The system
\\lll link the '.'ni\'ersity with cor-
porations around the state and
\\ ill be used to leach courses,

its main advantage is that
technicians won‘t have to travel
to the l iiiversity to gain knowl-
edge on lllt' manufacturing sys-
tems their company employs.
tirui er said

"It will be unique to this region
and i see it as .1 way of further
enhancing our \\llil llli‘llN
try." he said


Also planned. and first to on ui
at any university. is the Residciit
Manufacturing Engineering Pro»

\loi'e than 100 letters were sent
out to industries inviting special
ists to work as printed managers

\cc IHRH'IOR. Page t4


SGA’S food drive
set to begin today

By Jl’l,ll‘2 I‘ISSI-IIAIAN
Staff Writer

.-\n elderly woman w ho lives alone
is robbed of her monthly Social Se-
curity check.

A single unemployed mother wor-
ries about where she‘ll get her chil»
dren's next meal.

Students will have the opportunity
to help people in situations such as
these in the next two weeks through
a food drive sponsored by the Stu-
dent Government Association.

Starting today and lasting through
Nov, 20 at main campus eating fa-
cilities and the Lexington Commu»
iiity College. contributions to the
drive can be made in a variety of

Besides donating cash and canned
goods. students on regular meal
plans can purchase specific food
items for donation while those on
Dinert‘ard may pledge their money
That pledged amount will be de-
ducted and used to purchase food
from UK Food Services.

The food drive will benefit three
organizations in the Lexington area:
the Community Kitchen. God‘s Pan~
try and the Salvation Army.

This will be the first time the en-
tire student body has united in an ef~
for! to give aid to needy Lexington
residents. said Sandra Barnett. co-
director of the newly formed SGA
Community Affairs Committee.

"We want the city to know that
t'K students are here for more than
academics and athletics." she said.
“it will get the students more in
touch with the Lexington area."

The three organizations were cho'
sen as the most efficient means to
aid a large number of' needy people.
Barnett said,

God‘s Pantry has six pantries set
up in the community to provide food

boxes for Fayette County residents
in emergency situations. In 1986. the
organization served about 132.000
meals to 50.000 people. said exec-
utive director Mary Jo Votruba. \‘o«
truba predicted about a 40 percent
increase this year.

The food donated through the t'K
food drive "will be a substantial
contribution." she said. “We're de-
lighted the tfniversity is supporting
us in this way. It says a lot about
the students."

The Salvation Army operates on-
sight feedings seven days a week
and provides food baskets to needy
people in emergency situations and
at Thanksgiving and Christmas. said
administrative assistant Diane Wil-

The food provided by UK probably
will be used "for a Thanksgiving
meal. and hopefully beyond that."
she said.

(hi-sight feedings. take-home
meals and emergency food are also
provided by the Community Kitch-

The UK food drive “will help us
tremendously." said Alsa Pierce. an
official with Community Kitchen.
"It‘s wonderful that the students are
coming together to help the home-
less. They‘re proving they are useful
members of society. “

SGA hopes to receive contribu-
tions from at least 3,500 students
through the meal card system. and
at least 8.000 students campus-wide.
said Hannah Chow. SGA‘s Director
of Public Relations.

Donations can be made on behalf
of certain student organizations. The
top contributing organizations will
be recognized after the drive,

“We really need a lot of support
from students to make it a success-
ful drive.” said Chow.

Registration Wed.

Staff reports

The advising conferences for new
and readmitted undergraduate stu-
dents are today. Readmitted stu-
dents can also report to the Under-
graduate Admissions ()ffice. 100
Funkhouser Building. from Nov. it-
t7tobegin registration.

Advance registration for the 1988
Spring Semester for currently en-
rolled students begins this Wednes-

day and lasts until the following
Wednesday. Nov. 18.

Students should check with their
academic dean‘s office to find out
the name of their adviser and for in-
structions for special departmental
advising. Students who do advance
register can pick up their schedules
in the Student Center Ballroom on
Monday. Dec. 7. or on Tuesday.

Sympathy, criticism

mark end of nomination

By mvu) mascot:
Associated Press

WASHINGTON _. Douglas H,
Ginsburg‘s withdrawal as a Su-
preme Court nominee Saturday
brought criticism of President Rea-
gan for an incautious nomination.
but mostly sympathy for Ginsburg.

“I urge the president to proceed
with caution and to make certain the
next nominee is asked all the right
questions." said Senate Minority
Leader Bob Dole. R-Kan.

Dole called Ginsburg‘s decision to

bow out two days after admitting he
used marijuana a few times in the
196th and 19705 "unfortunate. but
now we have to move on. "

Sen. Orrin Hatch. R-L'tah. said he
was disappointed the administration
did not give Ginsburg more support.

“At the first sign of vicissitude.
they cut and run." he said. ‘Yes. he
made some mistakes. but i believe
in the principle of repentance and

Hatch said he believes the Senate
would have supported Ginsburg.



Steal it!



UK Wheel Kals' Doug McLaughlin. a busmess junior. tries to
steal the ball from Knoxville's Smokey Mountain Locomotions Fri-

day night The Wheel Kats defeated Knoxwlle 40-28 The team
is open to members of the community

CLAY OWEN Kernel Statt



Architect, publisher relays experiences in field

Staff Writer

Clay Lancaster. an architect-illus-
trator and publisher. came home to
UK yesterday to pass on his motiva-
tions and experiences.

Lancaster spoke to a full house
yesterday at the Peal Gallery in the
Mt King Library North.

Lancaster. a Lexington native. at-
tended t’K. the Arts Students‘
League in New York. Columbia Uni-
versity. New York University and
the Asia Art Institute, He taught at
UK. Columbia University. Vassar
College and the Metropolitan Mu-
seum of Art,

“Well it all began in the second
grade at Ashland School." Lancas-
ter said.

Lancaster‘s speech "Reading.
Writing. and Aromatic (And Some-
times Not So Aromatict Procedures
of an Author.” was accompanied by
a slide show.

The slide show consisted of differ-
ent photographs. drawings and
sketches by Lancaster and others.

Displays were set up in the gallery
of Lancaster‘s work — items such as
the development of the dust jacket
on one of Lancasters' book. Japa-
nese Influence in America. pub-
lished in 1963 and numerous original
drawings and rough drafts were fea-

The exhibition also included Lan-
casters writing on East-West cultuo
ral interchange and his children‘s

Goble Porter said she attended the
lecture because her home was men-
tioned in Clay Lancaster‘s book on

historic houses in the Fayette Coun-
ty area. even though her home is in
Scott County.

Alex Bower said she came to hear
Lancaster speak because she knew
him when they both attended t'K.

Throughout his speech. Lancaster
spoke as if he was telling a brief his-
tory of his life.

Brush fires claim several

By TED .\l. .\'.-\TT JR.
Associated Press

Several homes in east and south-
east Kentucky yesterday succumbed
to flames as brtsh and forest fires
continued to rage out of control. offi-

A home in Morgan County. a
house and a trailer in Floyd County.
four houses in Bell County at Mid~
dlesboro. two barns in Rockcastle
County and a trailer and two barns'
in Hart County were burned. accord-
ing to a state Division of Forestry

Ten-thousand acres of state land
were in flames on yesterday. Town-
ley Bergmann said.

He said firefighters were having
an extremely difficult time control-
ling the fires because of gusty. high

The Division of Forestry warned
residents in east and southeast re-
gions of the state to take all nec-
essary action to protect their homes.
said Richard Green. another spokes-

He started with the first tune he
felt any interest in architecture.
which was in the second grade He
told stories of his triumphs and lail
ures in the world of design.

Lancaster said one time on a visit
to New York. he contacted a pub
lisher of Viking Press. He had ‘tllsl
written a children‘s story called the

However. ireen said residents
should not set backfires or use fire
for such protect ion.

Residents should move brush and
leaves away from their homes. off
their roofs and out of their gutters.
he said. Residents were advised to
create a firebreak around their
homes. using a plow or a rake

“Crews were brought out of the
woods to do nothing but protect
structures.“ Green said yesterday.
"It is too dangerous to be in the

The National Guard. using heli-
copters. was dropping water on
homes in Middlesboro. he said.
Bergmann said a total of it) helicopt-
ers were in use yesterday to drop

(hie firefighter was burned on his
arms and hands while battling
flames near Paintsville yesterday.
Bergmann said Hershel Ray Fields
was treated and released from Paul
8. Hall Hospital in Paintsville. hos-
pital officials said.

The National Weather Service
forecast called for a 2040 percent

The lint limited I“tl'l‘\t

It was the first time he had sub-
mitted a story to a publisher The
publisher looked at his story and
said. “The drawings are better than
I d thought they‘d be. but don't ever
\ll‘llt' a story a childcrn s story
flau- a good time in New York. but
don‘t write "


chance ol rain Sunday afternoon, iii-
creasiiig to iii-80 percent by night
tall The outlook for today was a 50-
till percent chance of showers

.\|cx lleainois. a meteorologist
with the weather service in Lows-
ville. said there was no indication of
whether or not the state would re
ceive a Signilicant amount of rain

"it‘s not a certainty yet It‘s just a
toss-up ” Iteauvois said

Bergmanii said he would take any
amount of rain at this point

“We‘re hoping this rain doesn't
stall out some place That‘s our big
gest fear right now." Bergmann
said. “We still have a very serious
situation for the rest of the day lyes-
terday i anyway "

As of 8 am. EST yesterday. there
were 3] tires burning out of control
on state land. including a 2,500-acre
blaze that was threatening homes in
Paintsville in eastern Kentucky. for-
estry officials said.


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tor the Arts 8 o rrl Call 74900

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0Acadernlcs Study Skills tor Foreign Language. $10 00 301 Frazee
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OCOncerts Piano Dept Recital Free CFA ReCital Hali 12 30 p m . Call

'Concerts Guest Master Class with Paul Meyer 8 Ronald Pierry Free
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OSeminar Study Skills tor Foreign Languages Seminar $10 00. IO3
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0Movie —- 11 15 Children of a Lesser God 81 95:
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OConcerts —- 11 15 Center Sundays Series Ken-
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UK record
just makes
no sense

NASHVILLE. Tenn. — The
game of football is inherently

"1 tell my wife [m 22 years old
and i got another grown man yel-
ling at me and another one trying
to knock my head off.“ Vander-
bilt flanker Carl Parker said.
“You can‘t really make sense out
of football."

Which is why it may be futile to
try and make sense out of the
Kentucky football team.

Watch these Wildcats and you
inevitably scratch your skull.
Every year. they fight and claw
for respect in the Southeastern
Conference. Every year. they
can‘t get over the hump. Even
the players can‘t explain it.

“If I could. l’d be a million-
aire." UK defensive tackle Jerry

Vandy and UK played this
loony game Saturday and beat
the tar out of each other for a
couple of hours. The Commo-
dores scored 38 points. The Cats

What once was such a prom-
ising season for UK is now in jea-
pordy of being a losing one. The
Cats are 54. Bowl games are on
the back burner.

But that is not what baffles the
UK players and fans. It‘s not
often the Holiday season in Lex-
ington is filled with gifts of bowl
trips anyway.

The core of frustration that
haunts the Wildcats is this — the
best team did not win in Nash»
ville; the team that played the
best did. It sounds so simple.

The last-minute 17-14 loss to
Georgia was tough to swallow.
Saturday's bitter pill was worse.
UK should have won. Period.

“It's the worst feeling I’ve had
in a long time." UK defensive
back David Johnson said. “This
just gives people another reason
to say we can‘t win in the SEC."

in years past. there were plen-
ty of reasons for UK's conference
failures. Lack of size was No. 1
on the excuse hit parade. No
strength was another favorite.

But those can‘t be used this
fall. That well is dry.

Kentucky is just as big and just
as strong as its SEC foes. The
Cats have a top-notch runner in
Mark Higgs. Their defense —— at
least until Saturday — was one of
the best units in the country.
Check the stats.

All of this should add up to a
fine football team. And it does ——
on paper. But the scoreboard
tells another story.

“We have a hell of a team.“
Johnson said. “We just haven‘t
proved it on the field."

Ah. the field. That place where
Xs and Os are acted out. That
place where everything on paper
becomes irrelevant. That place
where mistakes and breakdowns
lead to frustration and disap-

“You can make plans. but if
the players don‘t carry out the
plans. they don‘t look good." UK
coach Jerry Claiborne said.

“In this league. the team who
makes the fewest mistakes is
going to win on Saturday.“

Big plays has been the battle
cry of the UK camp all season.
But big plays have not been the
problem. it‘s the little things that
kill the Cats. A penalty here. a
missed block there.

“Those things are going to hap-
pen. its thl part of the game."
Parker said. "We were able to
overcome things like that."

"We got to overcome those
type of things and we didn't."
Claiborne said.

Those that did won. Those that
didn‘t lost. Maybe this crazy
game isn‘t so hard to understand

UK is good. No question. But
the Wildcats are not good enough
where they can win without prop-

So. the ship has sprung a leak.
Whether the Cats patch it up or
sink like a rock will be answered
in the next two weeks. Florida
and Tennessee await.

“Now we‘re really going to tell
who the players are and who
wants to play these next two
games." Johnson said.

Don't try to figure out who
those players are. You can‘t real-
ly makesenseoutof football.

Sports Editor Todd Jones is a
journalism senior.





Sports Editor

NASHVILLE. Tenn. —— In