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Wax Tadpole." They later season since 19915 by beating Mississippi made itself bowl eligible.
changed to a set of State in a 37-35 heart-stopper. giving the ”it's lovely." senior defensive lineman
characters that mean Cats the requisite six wins to achieve their Marvin Major said quietly. --1 don‘t know
. . "Happiness In The b0W1 game goal. how to take it all in. It's just a blur."
y. Mouth. Every player who entered the For a group of seniors who struggled
. postgame pressroom for interviews could their first two seasons. nothing could be
. A hair products n't help but crack a little grin. They had sweeter for the Cats. UK was a combined 8—
I ~ company, Clairol, . ‘ done what many people had thought UK 14 in their first two seasons and now stands
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the shirts proclaimed “I political activism. feels a pang of guilt
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products in French cording U) a 1993 report by the United
Canada as Grog J05 Nations Truth Commission. the US.
before finding out that Government‘s School of the Americas in
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means "big breasts." In 0 Two of the three officers responsr ‘.
this C859. howeverI the ble for the 1980 assaSSination Of Salvado- i
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campaign was devised to t Salvadoran military forces. . . i
extol the drink's eye~ i O Nineteen of 26 officers cited in the l
opening, pick-me-up l 1989 murder of Six .lesu1t priests. along
qualities. Hence the with the1r housekeeper and her teenage
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gets your pecker up." It Several Lexmgtonians are planning
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Clinton holds off attack on Iraq

WASHINGTON — President Clinton decided
yesterday to hold off using force to reopen Iraq‘s
weapons sites to UN. inspectors and directed se-
nior security advisers to pursue a diplomatic
way out of the latest impasse. Clinton also asked
them to give more thought to how the United
States could use force to make Baghdad comply
with UN. Security Council demands and at the
same time to the consequences of bombing Iraq.
On Oct. 31. President Saddam Hussein declared
an end to Iraq’s cooperation with the UN. special
commission that conducts searches for chemical
and biological weapons.

Gingrich vows to be active citizen

MECHANICSBURG. Pa. — House Speaker
Newt Gingrich said he‘s not thinking of running
for the presidency but wants to stay “an active
citizen in public life."

Two days after announcing he will quit the
House, Gingrich appeared relaxed as he visited
his mother yesterday at the Country Meadows
Assisted Living Center. He had no comment on
the fight to succeed him as speaker and said he
will discuss his political future tomorrow night
at a meeting of GOPAC. the Republican fund-
raising group he once headed.

Speaker hopefuls seeking support

WASHINGTON — The candidates to replace
departing House Speaker Newt Gingrich sought
support yesterday on talk shows from colleagues
who want the GOP to show a friendlier and more
effective face.

Rep. Bob Livingston. R-La.. spoke of working
with Democrats to produce legislation on which
a broad majority can agree. His only opponent
thus far. Rep. Christopher Cox, R~Calif., proposed
a cooperative agreement with the Republican
Senate - something seldom seen under Gingrich
-— and promised to keep social policy issues out
of basic spending bills.

Kosovo rebels claim peace violation

PRISTINA. Yugoslavia — The killings of five
ethnic Albanian rebels by Serb police is a viola—
tion of the cease-fire established last month un-
der an accord to end violence in Kosovo. said Se-
bajdin Cena. who described himself as the Koso-
vo Liberation Army doctor.

The five died Friday on a road in central

Police said the KLA guerrillas fired first. For
eign observers reported a similar account. but
Cena said police ambushed them and that the
KLA victims never fired a shot.


ZElt: llewt Sle-
erkh. l hr
after announc-
leg he was
floral-e low-
from his Speak-
er of the lease
position, said he
will not run
from president
in 2000, but
wants to play
an active role
for the better-
ment of society.


Will Smith will
try and lie that
when goes in
front of the
camera to per-
tray boxing
Muhammed Ali.

Hondurans receive emergency aid

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — Aid shipments
poured into Central America yesterday as work-
ers struggled to get food, water and medicine to
flood victims before more die in regions battered
by Hurricane Mitch.

Assisting a beleaguered Honduran Red
Cross, the American Red Cross yesterday was de-
livering enough food to feed 1,000 families for a
month in the southern city of Choluteca. which
was cut off from the rest of Honduras until yes-

Forty tons of water purification chemicals
and antibiotics to stem the spread of disease were
also on the way.

Israel wants factions outlawed

JERUSALEM — Israel demanded yesterday
that Palestinian authorities outlaw the military
wings of the Islamic Jihad and the larger mili-
tant group Hamas. A Palestinian security official
said Israeli and Palestinian officials met last
night to discuss security in the wake of a suicide
bombing that wounded 21 Israelis Friday in

The idea of outlawing Hamas and Islamic J i-
had was brought up in the meeting. But another
official said the Palestinian Authority outlawed
the groups‘ military wings in 1996.

Smith to sting like All

LOS ANGELES — Will Smith has been
moving into more challenging roles, such as
the upcoming Enemy of the State with Gene
Hackman. An even tougher part looms next
year when he portrays Muhammad Ali. Smith
will play Ali as a young man up through his
bloated later years.

"I want to do the Raging Bull thing and gain
30 pounds.“ Smith told the Los Angeles Times.
“With every film you take on, people need to be
saying. ‘He can’t do that.’ You need to take that
kind of leap. People need to think it was a bad

Smith says he’d like to be a combination of
Robin Williams. Eddie Murphy and Arnold

Case at hand: Lake vs. lice

NEW YORK — There are certain hazards to
being a tabloid talkshow host. such as getting lice
from your guests. The New York Post says a
Florida woman booked for a Ricki Lake segment
titled, “Diary of a Cheater.“ was so infested with
head lice that the little bugs were seen jumping
out of her hair.

A spokeswoman for the show said the audi-
ence was never in danger because the lice were
spotted backstage. The woman was sent home
and never got to tell her story about having an af-
fair with her first cousin.

Compiled from wire reports.





Continued from pagel

cleaning and repainting. to
knocking down walls to
putting up new siding. The
teamwork and desire to help
out the community made the
work go quickly.

“This is something good."
senior Leslie May said.

In just two weekends. the
group had torn off the old sid-
ing. replaced the windows and
put a fresh coat of paint on the
walls. With a third weekend
left to work. the group said it's
confident it can have the
house well on its way to gain-

muaocoox | KERNELSIAFF
A llahltat worker cut a piece of piping at the Jane Street house.

ing a new owner.

“Habitat has built 130
houses in 11 years and this is
only the third or fourth we‘ve
had to repossess." Hatch said.

Habitat for Humanity
builds low-income houses and
gives the new resident a noin-
terest loan of $35,000.

The new owner, who
would not otherwise be able to
own a new home. pays the 20-
year mortgage in addition to
putting in a minimum of 300
hours help in building the

“I think its important as a
person who has means to
help.“ said junior Dana Runk-
le. “to help those who don't
have the means."


Continued from page 1

Eilerman and four others
were convicted in March by a
Georgia jury on felony
charges for stenciling the
words “SOA W Home of the
School of the Americas
School of Shame“ on the wel-
come sign at the main gate at
Fort Benning.

Eilerman's zealousness

for her cause is infectious,
some say.

“Once you get to know
Sister Marge you can’t help
but be involved (with the
movement)." said Sister Clara
Fehringer, director of peace
and justice for the Lexington
Catholic Diocese.

For more information on
the Nov. 21 protest. call
Fehringer at 253-1993. You
need not risk arrest in order
to protest.




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