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The Long Goodbye
n estimated 1600 first years moved into their residences last Sunday, leaving tearful parents scattered about the University’s car parks. They were assisted by an army of 170 helpers who worked all day in the sun to ensure that event ran smoothly. Sam Birmingham, responsible for co-ordinating intro-week, was pleased that the day had gone so smoothly. “A box of food, a red rug, and a brown suede jacket have gone missing, which isn’t bad when you consider the number of van-loads of property involved” she said. Some unclaimed property remains at Cathedral Court reception. Even Charles Rhodes, a BBC correspondent filming the arrival for the following day’s Breakfast News, called the organisation on the day “very impressive”. The TV feature, broadcast the following morning, included a live interview with the Students’ Union President, the ViceChancellor, and Daniel Eade, a first year music technology student. The afternoon brought the greatest rush, with new students arriving by the dozen
Matt Pannell Editor
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in taxis, hired vans, and half asleep - in foreign-registered cars. While some students arriving from overseas found themselves limited by luggage allowances to just a couple of bags, others seemed to have packed more thoroughly. One exhausted helper, who had just helped to move nine trolley-loads and five suitcases to a room in the top floor of a Cathedral Court house, said that by the time the last boxes had been stacked, she could see no space left for a student. The calm organisation and warm weather brought a sense of relaxation for some, one fresher leaning on his car for a quick cigarette before starting to unload the hundreds of cans of baked beans piled in the back. University security staff were observed early in the day ominously carrying wheelclamps. It later turned out that they were being removed from the backs of vans, to make room for the tea and boxes of biscuits which were given out to helpers around campus. (more pictures on page 2...)
A First Year Student says her last goodbyes on Sunday
Photo: Stuart Parker
An intro week helper gets his tea in on Sunday morning
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n Music 6 Notices & Personals
Entertainments Guide 7 . n 10 Sports 11 .
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urrey Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after a woman was attacked on Walnut Tree Close in the early hours of Saturday morning. The young woman was dragged into an alley at knife-point, but the attacker ran off when she screamed. Although she escaped uninjured, the incident highlights the need for students to be extra vigilant when walking to and from campus, especially with the dark winter evenings fast approaching.
Attacked at Knifepoint
Tony Watling, Head of University Security, called the attack “very disturbing”, and advised students to follow personal safety advice carefully. “It is important that students avoid unlit pedestrian routes to the University, especially the footpath in the area of Yorkie’s Bridge, unless they are in groups”, he said. The Union and Security run a free minibus from town to campus on
The long goodbye (photos continued from page one)
popular club nights, and students are strongly advised to make use of the service. Those walking back are encouraged to take advantage of the cheap attack alarms available at the Student Fest this Saturday, or from the Security Office all year. Anybody with any information on the attack should contact Detective Constable McIvor on Guildford 531111. Students with any personal safety queries should speak to the Security Office in the Senate House Foyer (ext 2002)
Vice-Chancellors Endorse Tuition fees
ice-Chancellors from universiAndy ties across Britain wholeheartedly endorsed the proposal for tuition fees of up to £1,000 at last week’s conference of the Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals (CVCP). The Vice-Chancellors proposed a new partnership between themselves and students, offering wider access to higher education, enhanced quality of education, and a new framework to guarantee educational standards. The CVCP chairman, Professor Martin Harris, stressed that the partnership would only work if “this Government honours its side of the deal and ensures that higher education has the resources it needs.” However, Vice-Chancellors are so far refusing to rule out the possibility of introducing top-up fees - additional fees set by individual universities - preferring to keep their cards close to their chest until the Government announces exactly how much of the £1,000 fees the uni-
versities will receive. Somewhat disappointingly, the new partnership does not seem to include any significant public support from the ViceChancellors on the issue of student hardship. Although they have acclaimed the fees quite openly in the media, they fail to make any mention of the planned abolition of student maintenance grants by 1999. Despite seeming to have died down lately, the controversy over fees is set to come to a head before long with students’ unions organising protests as students return to a new term. The National Union of Students remains firmly opposed to fees, in spite of the news from the Vice Chancellors. Surrey students are to be encouraged to take part in a week of action over the changes, to involve a protest in either Brighton or Southampton, as well as a campaign centred in Guildford.
A new face at Bare Facts
Sarah Gyles Bare Facts Secretary
kay, so last year the infamous Liz M sat in this hot seat, and now the privilege falls to me to spend a year making the Editor’s life hell. But would I do that to Matt, “top readers recommend him”, Pannell? Well why not - you’ve got to do something for a laugh! To introduce myself - very briefly I’m a second year nutrition and dietetics student, who also happens to be secretary of the University’s Canoe Club. Officially Bare Facts Secretary, I also have the dubious titles of Advertising Manager, Deputy Editor and general Dogs Body!! I have a variety of aims for this year’s Bare Facts, one of the most important being the social side of the paper. We have a number of features planned that involve going out and about in Guildford.
So if you fancy yourself as a bit of a journalist or just want to contribute occasionally, drop in to the Bare Facts Newsroom in the Union. That’s all from me for now, so I hope you like the new look Bare Facts and any contribut i o n s / comments/letters are always welcome.
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Kicked in the ass by adventure a Christian in Israel
his summer I it. Chris Brookes So, what I did.....I had a pretty good time. I worked on a kibbutz want to tell you a bit about it so in the north of Israel (near the maybe you might try something Lebanese border) for two months similar or at least find it interesting. then travelled around Israel and the For two and a half months I worked Sinai desert (Egypt) for two and a and travelled in Israel. Israel is a half weeks. pretty crazy place. People have A kibbutz is a communal society in been fighting over the land it occu- which everything is owned by the pies for thousands of years. Its quite kibbutz and private property is lima scary place too. While I was there ited to personal possessions. “The there were the double suicide bomb- desire to establish a just and egaliings in Jerusalem, an eighty shell tarian society is the basic principal rocket attack in the north from guiding kibbutz life, together with a Lebanon and murders of tourists in commitment to undertake tasks Eilat. Its not a very big place- top to important to the development of bottom its about as far as Israel. The first kibbutz was foundSouthampton to Newcastle- but it ed nearly eighty years ago and there contains such contrasts in cultures are now some three hundred kiband geography that its like a conti- butzim” (Kibbutz Representatives nent in itself. I won’t go in to the info.) So, what this means: everyhistory and the current problems of one gets up early, works for about the middle-eastern situation. That is eight hours a day six days a week a volume on its own, and despite (with Shabbat- Saturday- off) and having read about it, having been the kibbutz gives them everything there and having talked to people they need. Again, there is a lot to be (including Israelis) about it, I only said about the kibbutz movement, know that I don’t really understand how it started, where it is going, the
good and bad of the ideology and the changes of it over the years, but not here. So, this lifestyle, in some ways unique to Israel appealed to me, and as a Christian I thought it would be interesting to see where the one who I’ve given my life to actually lived while here on Earth. I was a builder/handyman on the kibbutz which was hard work. There was plenty of time though to relax by the pool and hang out with my fellow volunteers. There was such a mix, all kinds of people from just about every country it seemed. That’s the main advantage of being a volunteer, meeting and making friends with so many people from all over the world in the strange situation of the kibbutz. And getting a sun tan. I had such a good time there and made some good friends - I have
offers of accommodation all round the world which should come in handy. Every kibbutz is different though and every person has a different experience of it. It is no paradise and as in everything there are good and bad bits but, as in everything I think you can learn and become tougher. Then travelling. Just me my rucksack and God. If ever I needed a ‘good shepherd’, a ‘friend’ and ‘companion’ it was then. It was tougher than I had imagined to begin with but once I got over the shock of living like dirt and having no money everything was good. My Bible got well thumbed those weeks. I travelled all over, taking in the lush green beauty of the north, the Sea of Galilee, the crazy and ancient Jerusalem, the floatacious Dead Sea, the amazing southern desert
regions, Dahab in Sinai where the snorkling blew my mind and many places around and between these. Overall the whole thing blew my mind and infected me with a un/healthy wanderlust. I can talk about the things I did and saw but no words can really capture the vibe and the intense feelings I had travelling about that place on my own. The spectacular and diverse geography of the place, the history of it, so relevant to my life and the sense of achievement of doing it made it the best summer of my life. And the most full-on sun tan. Check it out for your self and get your ass kicked by adventure. Contact: Kibbutz Representatives, 1A Accommodation Road, Golders Green, London, NW1 8ED
o Spaghetti Bolognese was a doddle and you feel like more of a challenge? Well, look no further. This week’s recipes are based on the art of stir-frying, which has to be the quickest, and probably healthiest way to cook. Purists will say that stir-frying really requires a wok, but if you haven’t got one, or can’t borrow one from a kind final year, then a large frying pan will do just as well
prepare everything beforehand, so you can throw them all in at the right time. The key to stir-frying is to stir continuously, so nothing has the chance to burn.
hot enough). When the oil starts to smoke, add the turkey and stir continuously until it’s cooked all the way through, adding about a tablespoon of soy sauce as you go. When the turkey is cooked, remove it from the pan onto a plate, and add the vegetables and the five-spice powder or chinese oxo cube and stir-fry for three minutes. Put the turkey back in and add a little more soysauce and stir for another minute or two. Serve with rice or noodles. This recipe can be used as the base for a number of dishes by adding one of the range of stir-fry sauces available. For vegetarians, try using one or two more vegetables instead of the turkey – beansprouts are always good and cook very quickly.
Matty B’s Chow Mein
What you’ll need: Wok or large frying pan, spatula, saucepan, mug or measuring jug.
Ingredients: Stir-fry turkey, beansprouts, red or green pepper, onion, clove of garlic, chicken stock cube, soy sauce, vegetable oil, noodles. Chop the vegetables as before and finely chop the garlic. Boil a kettle and make up chicken stock using about a mug/half pint of boiling water. Heat the pan and add a small amount of oil. Put the noodles in the saucepan, add some salt, and cover with boiling water. These will now cook by themselves. Stir-fry the
Simple Turkey Stir-fry
What you’ll need: Wok or large frying pan, spatula.
Ingredients: Turkey steak (turkey is a lot cheaper than chicken and tastes pretty much the same), red or green pepper, carrot, onion, soy sauce, pinch of five-spice powder or a chinese oxo cube, vegetable oil. Thinly slice all the vegetables and the turkey. Heat the wok and add about a teaspoon of vegetable oil (don’t use olive oil, as it doesn’t get
turkey and garlic, remove and stirfry the vegetables for about three minutes. Put the turkey back in the pan and add the chicken stock and a tablespoon of soy sauce. Simmer for another couple of minutes, stirring often. Test the noodles and drain when cooked. Add the noodles to the pan, if it’s big enough, and stir everything together, then serve immediately. If the pan isn’t big enough to add the noodles, then just put them on the plate and spoon the rest over them. This week’s column is dedicated to the infamous Matty B, who in his heyday would charm groups of up to ten sexy French girls at a time by cooking them his chow mein, and then take them out to the Union, get drunk, and insult them all.
The whole point of stir-frying is to cook things very quickly, so always remember to use a high heat (and let the pan warm up first) and to chop your ingredients into roughly equal size pieces (usually strips about the length of a matchstick). It’s best to
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Quotes of the week
“I wouldn’t miss this day for the world” Richard Paxton, University Accommodation Manager, on moving-in day “It’s a very sad day” Former MP and writer Edwina Currie, announcing news of her divorce on Monday “Has anyone got a box of matches? I’ll go and burn something down” Jeff Blackham, Bare Facts, on the week’s lack of news stories
FRESHERS: THE WORST IS OVER
The paperwork will still go on for a while (about four years), but the new first years, the worst of the suffering is over. The hassle of getting up on a Sunday, followed by an entire week of hard lifting, nightmare administration, droning speeches, and, worst of all, cooking. And all that without any mates. By Monday, there was stage-diving in the Union (there wasn’t even a band), so things are already looking up. From now on in, life as a first year just gets better. come from ‘elsewhere in the education budget’, and only if this happens without affecting frontline services in schools and colleges should the news be welcomed. As the move to tuition fees looks more likely, so ViceChancellors are becoming increasingly concerned that the money raised from students will not actually be spent on universities. The entire justification for fees is based on the notion that ‘students are the ones who feel the benefit of degrees, so it is the students who should contribute’. Tuition fees, then, are like fares on the underground or tolls on a bridge: you make a contribution in exchange for a service. To follow this line of argument up to the point where the money is paid, and then ditch it altogether, would be a real feat of logic. Just as the people crossing a toll bridge would feel quite indignant if it were to collapse underneath them, the next generation of students are entitled to expect a visible return on their investment.
FUNDING: STILL NO RESULT
announcement by Education Secretary David Blunkett of an extra £160 million for higher education comes as a welcome surprise. For a government whose funding policy has so far been as reliable as the Mir space station, the news should be treated with a degree of caution. The cash is to
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ALBUM OF THE WEEK
SINGLE OF THE WEEK CHICANE / POWER CIRCLE - Offshore ‘97 (Xtravaganza) Blazing tune! This is the anthem from the Summer of ‘97 without a doubt, those who haven’t heard it are not house fans or clubbers! This is the definitive sound of club music for this year. ‘Red Skies”, the B-Side, is a happy, summery tune that will be heard, I’m sure, for many months to come. Reminds me of Summer evenings on the rocks outside Cafe Del Mar. Brilliant. 10/10 M.B.
OASIS - Stand By Me (Creation) Totally set on world domination, this single is their next step, if you are the one person who hasn’t got the album ‘Be Here Now’ then this single is a key to what you are missing. If you have got the album, the b-sides are well worth having look at especially ‘My Sister Lover’. 8/10 F.F. PRESSURE DROP - Got To Be For Real (Higher Ground) Sad vocals, dark organ and synth loops, pounding beats, and a submerged bass line combine to give ‘Got To Be For Real’ a dark and sinister feel. Success having eluded the group in the past, this may be their chance to finally get the recognition they rightly deserve. 8/10 P.A. PORTISHEAD - All Mine (Go Beat) No departure from the formula which brought them success in 1994 with the brilliant debut album ‘Dummy.’ The only surprise is that it has been 3 years since we first heard such songs as ‘Sour Times’ and ‘Glory Box.’ In 1994 these songs were groundbreaking; today they are remembered as part of that year. ‘All Mine’ will do likewise in 1997. 8/10 J.B DJ HYPE/ THE GANJA KRU Gone Are The Days (True Playaz) Summer Madness is the opening verse of the track. How True. The track has a breezy, laid-back, rhythmic ambient freshness to it. It also contains a lot of signature Hype sounds on it. Definitely a club hit. The remixes aren’t bad either. 8/10 S.L DAVID DEVANT & HIS SPIRIT WIFE - Lie Detector (Rhythm King) An excellent display of indie coolness which hits you from the word play. The fact that he sounds like a indie version of Sisters Of Mercy doesn’t detract from the quality of this song. 8/10 F.F. JONNY LANG - Lie To Me (A+M) 16 years old Jonny Lang is certainly a talented blues guitarist as he certainly shows in this infectious slice of soulful blues. He is tipped for a great future, it is easy to hear why. 7/10 R.W. CABLE - God Gave Me Gravity (Infectious) More taut melodic hardcore from Cable. Not as immediate as previous singles, but still pretty good. 7/10 R.W. SPACE MONKEYS - Sugar Cane (Factory) A cool, breezy, lovely happy pop song that makes you feel like going out and hugging trees. Or something.7/10 A.M. THE CRYSTAL METHOD - Busy Child (Sony S2) Four mixes on this single, the first two verge on triphop with a definite breakbeat pattern, but remain merely average due to their repetitiveness. The fourth is similar, but explores a trancey side of triphop, complete with warped samples and piano breaks. The third mix makes this single worth buying, with a thumping bass-line and spaceage samples, retaining the lyrics (near the end). Definitely worth a look-in if you like proper trance. 7/10 M.B. MONACO - Shine (Someone Who Needs Me) (Polydor) Possibly the best song from the album, which incidentally is rubbish unless you still like New Order. The band pull the only surprise they could think of by replacing Peter Hook’s vocals with David Potts’. An extremely catchy song which prevents me from giving it the low marks it deserves for originality. 6/10 J.B. SIRENES - Deep End (Columbia) Haunting lyrics predominate throughout the three mixes of this single, which says ambient all over it. Certainly excellent listening for a Sunday morning. Grooverider’s mix explores a sort of drum and bass that sounds like slow hardstep. Tipper’s mix keeps the haunting lyrics but creates an almost triphop bass-line. Altogether, low key, easy listening. 6/10 M.B. GARAGELAND - Nude Star (Discordant) Powerful and dense guitar sounds with a vaguely 80’s sounding vocal from these New Zealanders. The lead song is vastly superior to the other tracks/ 6/10 R.W. REDWOOD-Saltbox (Almo) Sound familiar? These local boys are a favorite with the metal journos at the moment. A blend of Foo Fighters, Led Zep and Pumpkins. Not bad. 6/10 J.B.
PORTISHEAD Portishead (Go V/A - An Introspective of House (3rd Beat) Dimension) After a lengthy This compilation continues in the vein absence from the of the previous ‘Introspective’ dance trip scene which projects, giving us a triple pack of the has seen acts like most up front house tunes mixed by Tricky and well-respected DJ’s currently on the cir- Nicolette go from cuit. The first CD, ‘A Funkier Side Of strength to Dance’, is mixed smoothly by John strength, Kelly and features a variety of highly- Portishead are respected labels. He starts off well with back. Often cred‘Are You Out There’ by Crescendo, ited with starting which is a dreamy floorfiller with a the whole Bristol pumping bass line. The big bang begins trip pop movewith the eighth tune ‘Frontiers’ by ment, Portishead Spirito featuring acid-sounding 303s released one giving it a techno-like feel and a hard- flowing ambient hitting bassline. We are then taken to song after anoththe highest level as he slips into’Seven er. Songs like Days and One Week’ by B.B.E, which ‘Glory Box’ and is still being caned all over London, and ‘Numb’ helped is bound to get anyone on the dancetheir album floor. Unfortunately, the set tapers off. become one of A shame as it looked good... The sec- the most popular ond CD, ‘Faster, More Pumping album of 1994. Dance’, is faultlessly mixed by Tony De One look at the Vit. He begins with a couple of “head- cover and you nodders” and swiftly begins the party realise that little with the bouncy ‘Gunsmoke’ by has changed, the Boomboys with its unmistakeable NWA layout is the same voice sample. This are no less than at least 6 great songs on this album, any cinema style that was used last time. A what you’d expect from Tony, as he of which could be a single. ‘Only you’ very abstract picture on the front cover prefers the uplifting, hard-hitting style. which could mean anything. This makes standing out as a chilling, moving track. By far the best CD of the three. Third, it look like an extension to their last The problems? well it is more of the we have the rookie Sonique with ‘The album rather than a completely new same. There is nothing earth shatteringDeeper, Emotional Style Of Dance’ ly new from Portishead. This will mean effort. ‘Mourning Air’, The track they complete with her own voice-overs. Her did for the ‘Help’ LP is here, along with that any trip pop fans will love this but mixing needs honing, but her selection their new single ‘All Mine’ which give new fans will just get bored and confuse is more exotic, with a great deal of this with their last album. 7/10 F.F. the album a sense of familiarity, but dreamy tracks. Notably ‘Gamesmaster’ these tracks are there to complement the by Lost Tribe affording solid, funky, album not overpower it. Portishead have warped synths adding to its trancey feel soundtrack than a musical album, and we even hear the - certainly my cup of tea! She follows through with some theme tune for James Bond on the B-Side (unfortunately, slightly darker tunes, and ends well with ‘Teach Me’ by The one cannot differentiate between the tunes as there are no Art of Silence. Throughout she provides us with haunting gaps). Apart from this light refreshment, we hear from street voice-overs that make up a good first mix album for her. druggies, who tell us the best place to get “what you need” Certainly an album that I would go and buy, just from previand “what’s available, man” allowing us a mental map of ous experience with Introspective. Buy it....Or regret not New York should we want to buy Crack Cocaine, Heroin, buying it! 7/10 M.B. Cannabis or other drugs. What can I say? This guy has obviously been on one of the above for too long. 4/10 M.B. TRAVIS - Good Feeling (Independiente) For a band that was playing in our union last semester, this PRESSURE DROP - Elusive (Higher Ground) lot seem to be doing alright. The music press has labeled Pressure Drop... somewhere in time, someone decided to put them the new Radiohead, yet they have more in common this album together... I say this coz this is damn hard to with Oasis - crap lyrics, great tunes, an ability to combine review. Its raw, rough, jagged beats, with a touch of innogreat rock anthems with calmer melodies, plus the fact that cence, make it all sound good. But, somewhere my mind they have the opening support slot on Oasis’ current tour. leaves the plot...meaning...the ‘Pressure’ really drops on The album opens with the band’s first two singles; ‘All I your head. The tunes need refining, smoothing over....but Wanna Do Is Rock’ (clearly influenced by Radiohead) and perhaps this is the reason of their success? For the house, ‘U16 Girls’ which features such great lines as ‘Na na na na techno and garage fan I’d say you’d love the metamorphosis, na....’ These two are great tunes and opening the album with but for me? No thanks. I.U. them sets a dangerous precedent, which only the final few tracks live up to. The title track (a B-side on ‘U16 Girls’) and the band’s latest single, ‘Tied To The 90’s’ are the albums lowest points. The album mellows out further on ‘More Than Us,’ sounding at times like Paul Weller and then like The Longpigs. When listened to individually the songs seem to be a disorganised mess, encompassing all the band’s influences. As a debut album it’s quite impressive. 7/10 J.B. THE SHIPPING NEWS - Save Everything (Quarterstick) This is one of those bands that crop up now and again full of highly talented session musicians who no one’s ever heard of, and as is so often the case, we get an off the wall but interesting record. The ability of the musicians is first rate, but thankfully this is not all they rely on. The music ranges from fairly up-front American shouty rock at the start with ‘Books On Trains’, which admittedly is slightly off putting, to the hugely strange howling mess of tracks like ‘All By Electricity’. All said it’s original stuff and the wide variety of ideas make it a refreshing change. 6/10 A.M.
THE PECADILOES - Initial Transmission EP (Fine Art) Turning their back on the success of previous single ‘USSO’ with its clear punk influences, The Pecs have released an EP that will disturb their part-time followers. Layers of guitar blend with various samples to create an irresistible sound. Twin vocals enhance this variety further so that the band can sound like Subcircus, Supergrass or U2 circa ‘Joshua Tree.’ 9/10 J.B.
DAVID HOLMES - Let’s Get Killed (Go! Beat) This is a collaboration between samples from the streets of New York and American-influenced drum and bass. The listener is catapulted through the mind of David Holmes for about an hour. Unfortunately, this sounds more like a film This weeks music brought to you by: Frank Fraulo, James Bloomfield, Samuel S Lawal, Matthew Beal, Paul Amani, Al Mooney, Ikaraam Ullah, Rob Winder.
THE SUNDAYS - Static & Silence (Parlophone) Anyone remember the Cardigans? Those lovable teeny popsters who have their 10 minutes of fame with ‘Lovefool’? Well meet their alter egos The Sundays. ‘Summertime’ kicks off the album sounding like [insert name of female fronted band here] but doesn’t really impress, the bits are all there but it just doesn’t all gel in. The songs are pleasant enough but it has all been done before. The rest of the tracks have the same problem. There are some good tracks such as ‘I Can’t Wait’ and ‘Cry’ but these get dragged down by the averageness of the others. A nice album to listen to on a sunny day when you haven’t a care in the world but there is nothing that stands out, and, in a market that is overcrowded with female bands like Meredith Brookes, Fiona Apple and Amy Grant. Is not going to help much. 5/10 F.F.
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Friday - Saturday
Contact (PG) 12:15, 15:35, 18:50, 22:10 My Best Friends Wedding (12) 14:00, 16:35, 19:10, 21:45 The Full Monty (15) 13:00, 15:30, 17:50, 20:15, 22:35 Face (12) 12:45, 15:15, 17:45, 20:15, 22:45
21:00 Red Dwarf 21:30 Shooting Stars
With Chris Haslam £2 B4 10:30 £3 After
21:00 Friends 22:00 Frazier 18:00/23.35 TFI Friday
DJ Leroy Wilson
20:10 Casualty 21:00 An Audience with Elton John 21:00 ER 22:00 Drop the Dead Donkey
Spawn (12) 13:10, 15:35, 18:00, 20:25, 22:50 Air Force One (15) 13:15, 16:05, 19:00, 21:55 The Leading Man (15) 13:15, 16:00, 18:45, 21:30 Mrs Brown (PG) 12:35, 15:05, 07:35, 20:10 Austin Powers (15) 14:20, 16:45, 19:10, 21:35
Sunday Night Live
In the Main Lounge
Football from SKY
Thursday Wednesday Tuesday 2nd 1st 30th
Helyn Rose Bar 8pm
£1 entry Winner takes all!
Union All Night!
Fish Cornflake Banana
Subject: Accommodation 9 pm Main Union Stage
ED AIM AT
TH E T FEE
20k of Full Laser Show
20:00 Full Circle with Michael Palin 21:55 French and Saunders 21:00 London’s Burning 23:10 Luxembourg Grand Prix 21:00 FILM: The Color Purple
Bean (PG) 12:15 Event Horizon (18) 22:40 (Saturday only) Space Jam (U) 10:45 (Saturday only) Liar, Liar (12) 11:10 (Saturday only) Jungle 2 Jungle (PG) 11:00 (Saturday only) Batman and Robin (PG) 12:20 (Saturday only) Warriors of virtue (PG) 11:05 (Saturday only)
Sunday - Thursday
21:00 Absolutely Fabulous 22:00 Never Mind the Buzzcocks 22:00 NYPD Blue 22:00 The Sweeney
Contact (PG) 13:15, 16:35, 20:00 My Best Friends Wedding (12) 12:40, 15:20, 18:00, 20:40 The Full Monty (15) 13:45, 16:10, 18:35, 21:00 Face (12) 12:55, 15:30, 18:05, 20:40 Spawn (12) 13:15, 15:55, 18:20, 20:50
22:00 Match of the Day - Live 21:00 Have I got Old News for You 23:15 Seinfeld 23:35 The Larry Sanders Show 20:30 Paul Merton in...Visiting Day 21:00 Soldier, Soldier 21:30 The X Files 20:00 University Challenge 23:40 UEFA Champions League Highlights 21:00 Driving Miss Daisy
Air Force One (15) 14:15, 17:15, 20:20 The Leading Man (15) 12:30, 15:15, 18:00, 20:10 Mrs Brown (PG) 12:35, 15:05, 17:35, 20:10 (NB No showings Wednesday) Rumble in the Bronx (15) 13:15, 15:45, 18:15, 20:45 ( Monday 29 September only) The English Patient (15) 12:45, 16:15, 20:00 (Wendesday 1 October only)
20:00 Animal Hospital 22:20 Clive Anderson Talks Back 20:30 Top Gear 21:00 3d Rock from the Sun 23:00 Open Mic Awards
Sunday 5 pm & 8pm Monday 8pm Lecture Theatre G
Breaking the Waves
Wednesday 8pm LT G
Cinema and Arts
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My Best Friends Wedding (Cert 12)
Julia Roberts, Cameron Diaz, Rupert Everett
What is UNPLUGGED?
LIVE MUSIC made by you for you - ANYTHING GOES - what ever your talent this is your chance to get up on stage and shine, or simply come and see some superb bands. Some of the bands and acts that played last year were: Redwood, Labi Siffre, Keith Donnelly, Gilly Darby, Show of Hands, John Otway, Les Barker, Robb Johnson, Kath Tait, Doug Hudson and many more including many student floor singers.
magine getting to the grand old age of 28 and still being single? I know it doesn’t sound that scary, but I am assured that single status when you are 2 years shy of the big three-o is not a pretty state in which to be. This is how Julia Roberts finds herself at the beginning of P.J. Hogan’s latest film, ‘My Best Friend’s Wedding’. What makes things worse is that her childhood sweetheart, with whom she made an oath to get married if neither of them had done so by the time they were 28, is walking down the ailse with a girl he has only known for months! Admittedly, you can let the poor guy off when you find out that the woman in question is no other than Cameron Diaz, but in Roberts’ mind, this wedding cannot take place. Having unsuccessfully attempted to win back her former love’s affec-
tion, she calls up her gay friend Charles (Everett) to give her a hand. Roberts’ tricks get dirtier and dirtier in a vain effort to get the better of Diaz, but still she battles on. With such a class line up and Roberts back in ‘Pretty Woman’ mould, the film holds a lot of promise, however, it ultimately.fails to deliver. Roberts is good and there are some chucklesome set pieces, but these are by no means hysterical. Cameron Diaz just doesn’t work in the ‘poor little rich girl, butter wouldn’t melt in my mouth, honest’ role at all. Superb in The Last Supper, I cannot wait to see her return to a part with a bit more soul in next month’s ‘A Life Less Ordinary’. There are two really great things about Hogan’s latest film. The first is the truly inspired opening sequence, quite literally an all
singing, all dancing Dionne Warwick cover, of which two more feature later in the film. The other stand out element is Rupert Everett, who quite easily steals the show with his portrayal of Roberts’ camp friend - it is only a pity that we don’t see more of him and I do not mean that in the Biblical sense! Overall, let’s face it, this film is like quite a lot of the Summer’s big releases - disappointing. It’s not bad, but it is by no means good. Probably better to remember some of the cracking films from earlier on this year (The English Patient, Jerry Maguire, hey, even Matilda) and to look forward to The Game and A Life Less Ordinary than spend a fiver watching this. That said, you and your other half might think differently... 5/10...roll on the Autumn!
Who runs it?
YOU DO! - if you want to see a particular band or performance then get involved - leave your contact details in the UNPLUGGED pigeon hole in the Student’s Union.
When is it?
Unplugged is every other Tuesday at 8pm.
Where is it?
UNPLUGGED is usually in the Helyn Rose Bar in the Students Union but sometimes it’s moved upstairs to the Main Stage.
The next UNPLUGGED is on Tuesday 7th October, in the Helyn Rose Bar.
Drowning Again (Again)
- A Short Story
They sat on the edge of the pool, quietly meditating its gurgling, ugly reflection.The dawn broke-quiet, then resplendent in all its colours that she could not feel. The water was cold,despite the sun. It licked its velvet warmth across the smoothness of his arms. She shivered. She thought about some memories. How she had won first prize, been picked last, smoked. She had fallen off horses, fallen in love, fallen out with Peter. Smoked. High, she could see there was just too much falling, and it was too far down. And here she was trying again. She couldn’t say it was him-she just jumped. She could hear them above. “Nice girls don’t go down...” She could feel hands. Stroking her falling breasts. Helping hands that parted some legs which floundered and screamed. The sun shone on, and through the murky water, she could hear the radio splutter as she herself gasped for air. Falling once more, she thought of the radios, and the cigarettes in the dark and whispers in crowded rooms. Kisses in the grass, shit in the sun. Secrets. Looking down, she saw her dress billow and rise, the vermillion garb curling and slapping the thin (“nice girls don’t get fat”) brown legs, like some stern mistress. Like all the people who had ever tried to reach her, to call her back above the water. But it was quiet at the bottom, and the problem was that she always forgot them when she was there. She never could forget him though. He always lied, and she always let herself be saved by some love. It came on a fine bone china plate, and lace napkin.( She always had to be careful in the washing up bowl.) Inspired by the irredescent dawn, the birds in the nearby tree began to sing.. She couldn’t hear them, but he was smiling at their tune; maybe it had been so long since he had heard her song. And she thought of some memories. Of going so fast that she couldn’t see. Of walking blinded, hands outstretched for this china plate, that always seemed so heavy, and yet she was sure was never full. The radio caught a cliche. Grabbing hold, it continued to spew out the twisted words. LOVELIFESEXALLINONEKNOT. She struggled to undo it, but during all this time, and all these memories, she had been sinking, and was now still; falling fast. The bottom slapped her. No-one would believe, it just hit her. She opened her mouth, like a baby. Peter was there, and whilst he lied onto his platter, she bled real words. Up on the bank, she declared her fear, wept her regret and ate his feast greedily. He told her, and she really believed that not the whole world wanted this girl to drown. She sat on the edge of the pool, quietly meditating its gurgling, ugly reflection. The dawn broke-quiet, then resplendent in all its colours that she could not feel. The water was cold,despite the sun. It licked its velvet warmth across the smoothness of his arms. She shivered. Anita Ewing
Prepare to Scream !!
here’s a killer out there who’s seen a few too many scary movies. Nobody is safe as the psychopath stalks his victims, taunts them with trivia questions and then rips them to bloody shreds. Find this concept appealing, then you will pleased to know that this week OFU will be showing Scream on Sunday and Monday.
The Art’s Cinema will be showing Breaking the Waves on Wednesday, which I am told is an extremely good film and well worth seeing, so
please come along to LT G on Wednesday at 8p.m. So if you fancy a good scream, then please come to any of the three showings at either 5p.m. or 8p.m on Sunday or 8p.m. on Monday in LT G, so how do you get a ticket. Well simply go along to the post room in the Union, fill out a ticket at the back of the box and place it into the large wooden box. Then go along to LT G, collect you ticket, pay your two pounds and take your seat. Alternatively you could purchase an OFU season ticket before the film for the unbelievable price of £5 for
4 films. Enjoy. Chris
An intro week helper models the latest Union fashion kit on Sunday
Photo: Stuart Parker
Friday 26th September 1997
Walking the wall by the elemental law.
elcome to The a l i e n mutation, my blue potato is yet to take off, and so, just as you thought your courgette was safe- silly nights gone spacey.
Pam and Pat: They Care
Ever get the feeling that nobody is listening to you? Ever get the feeling your voice and ideas don’t count? Ever get the feeling that you just want to have a good bitch about everything and everyone? Well ...... here’s your chance....!!! PAM AND PAT’S PROBLEM PAGE!!! THE PLACE TO HAVE YOUR SAY!!!
Pam and Pats reply:
Face it Dear this is no normal way to behave. Think about it someday you could be walking around campus mid-use and Oooops! it falls to the floor, it would be slightly embarrassing like when you mistakenly tuck your skirt into your knickers on returning from the loo! Not to mention the rising number of cases of electrocution through vibrator use. Wake up and smell the coffee or rather the smell of burnt hair, this is a downward spiral towards even worse sex and an expensive battery bill.
Merry Pranksters zinging in their ships, twisting and living.
Dear Pam and Pat,
Please help me I’m so embarrassed! Since I have come to University I have had nothing but one night stands. But ever since last term these one night stands no longer satisfy me. I have found myself using a vibrator to give me that extra thrill ! Anywhere I can I use it the more public the better! Please help me am I normal for my one night stands with other blokes and use of mechanical intervention? Anon. Psychology Student.
Be Robby or Buck, bring a Tardis or Phaser Natters Mot. Cosmo might even put in an appearance. So.. pick up a second hand spaceship, some glitter and day-glo paint and enter the multiverse of the main Union on Wednesday flying High into silly space. (Name and address supplied)
Dear Pam and Pat,
I’m in love with our family gardener I know he is 50 and probably has no sexual feelings towards me, but I can’t help myself feeling this way. I find myself going out of my way to be near him even to the point of helping him with his equipment...( and I hate shovels.) What should I do? should I confront him? Anon.
All the nuns, beard police and wizards seem to have been dragged into another dimensional cupboard and Newton’s law of equal and opposite’s mean that something’s coming through the other side. Stupor man might be there with the truth behind beer spillage- gravity’s thirsty, and proclaim it he will.
Do wrinkly bits turn you on? Do you look for wrinkly bits of meat in the supermarket that have gone past their sell-by date? You little Minx you. Aaw.. what the hell life’s too short to faff about with fresh non-wrinkly beef besides it’s too expensive for us poor students. Go for it ! Make a statement. Pull his trousers down when he is weeding and kiss his bum. Spray his crotch with a hosepipe, run about naked and wave in the wind like a rhododendron ( or however it’s spelt!) Go wild. Make it clear that you want him. Look at it this way at least you will have the satisfaction that if he rejects you it’s not because you aren’t good enough for him. It’s because you’re stark raving bonkers. This week we’ve just had a play around with material because it’s the first week, next week we’ll be dealing with gay issues, departmental problems and general idiocies. Whether you have something serious to say or you just want to spare your personal probs with two gossiping cows, write to us, get those letters flowing in at BareFacts.
Pam and Pats reply:
Confused?! You certainly are love!
Friday 3rd Oct 8-2am
£6 Tickets on sale from reception
THE FRIDAY NIGHT OUT
The Bootleg Beatles
Notices and Personals
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Notices and AGMs
HIKING CLUB change of venue TB 12A on Tuesdays at 1pm. Contact Dave on 576981 or Lindsay on 451130. Afro-Carribean Society AGM on the 25th of September at 6.00 PM in Lecture Theatre A. Biker Soc AGM on 30th September at 7.30PM in Lecture Theatre E. Civil Engineering Society AGM on 24th September at 1.00 PM in AA Block Level 19. Cyprus Society AGM on the 8th October at 6.00 PM in lecture Theatre E. LGB Soc AGM on Tuesday 7th October at 8.00 PM in TB12b WANTED Four Students to help at Careers Fair on Thursday 2nd October 6.45 to 8-15 pm. Pay £8. Some Heavy Lifting involved. Please contact Nadine Hunter in Careers
n Has anyone seen the Trout about? n So when exactly do we get to see those “ buns “ Leia? n Coming soon to FrogGogPog SFTW - The New Semester. n Birds snogging in lesbo shocker!! n SU1 to SU2... where are youover? n Happy (belated) birthday Yvonne. Did you make it to 23 ??? love J & D. n Oscar, darling I have been following you since the first day we met, I LOVE U.Hope you know who I am n Antonia...will you be needing me to hold your hair back again this semester?! Cory n Laura & Angela, I can’t wait to meet you on Friday, Christina n Lonely Texas Musician isn’t lonely anymore - thanks for the emails everyone (don’t stop).Love ya! n So H & C. Did you Ram any First Years? n Oh no, not those catastrophes again!! n Terry and Link, I hear the moose hunting season is open again!!! n “Belgian Beer” seen staggering towards RICH1, anyone know her! n I LOVE FISHBALLLS n Kim - We know what to buy Antonia for Xmas (Dancing Queen....)!!! Cory n Oh Chabba - it’s couped en deux. n Nine pints!?! n Lights.... bollard....action. n Christina is the one with the tripple Bacardi and Coke in the bar at the Union!!! n WANTED: Home video of bike to bollard incident All copies to Beadles About n Stevie B - Happy Belated Birthday for last week!! FHG n Where is My Aunt Bessies Toad In the Hole Voucher? n Tabloid Barefacts, where’s our page 3 bird? n This week, I ‘ave been mostly covered in Mira’s lipstick. n To all Final years - its pants to be back. Or is it? Oh no - I suppose its great. n To the Man with the column shift. Let me move in. n Where’s me washboard?
I’m one of those people who has plenty of ideas for careers buzzing through my head, but I can’t seem to narrow them down. What should I do? three groups: idealistic, realistic and materialistic. If your ‘favourite’ job happens to be something like journalism, PR, advertising or publishing, then you can expect a huge amount of competition from other applicants. These all fall into the idealistic category. You can still give it your best shot, and I would strongly advise you to do so, but you might like to keep something up your sleeve which is a bit more realistic. Realistic jobs on the other hand, are those which you’d be reasonably happy doing and which are usually easier to get into. Even if they’re not your first choice, they may turn out to be satisfying in other ways and, who knows, could provide a stepping stone into your ideal job in due course. You can probably ignore the materialistic at this stage since it is really only a fall-back position for dealing with the possibility of having nothing at all lined up by the time you graduate. You might, for example, need to do something just to earn some money after the financial stress of being a student! By the way, there is nothing stopping you applying for both jobs and postgraduate study. They needn’t interfere with each other until you get offers from both! It’s another way to keep your options open. Finally, if you’d like some idea of just how competitive certain jobs are, try using the Job Descriptions file in the Careers Office. This information is provided for several hundred occupations. I do hope this helps. Keep in touch.
I’ll run a few suggestions past you which might help. First of all, there is nothing stopping you from applying for several different things at the same time. For example, you could apply for, say, accountancy and IT or research and production. The important thing is to make sure that you justify your choice on the application form and give a good account of yourself at the interview. After all, if you’re someone with a range of interests and skills, why shouldn’t you be suited to more than one type of work? If you’re asked in an interview why you’ve applied for other things, all you have to say is that you’d be equally good at those! Secondly, you might find it helpful to prioritise your applications into
Russ Clark PS The Careers Fair on 2nd October in the Hall between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. may help you to narrow things down. Obtaining reliable information usually leads to better career choice.
Crossword No. 51
Across 1. Old Fashioned (10) 7. Train of attendants (7) 8. Preen (5) 10. Attire (4) 11. Rough Calculation (8) 13. Headgear (3-3) 15. A capital city (6) 17. Attractive (8) 18. To twirl (4) 21. Serpent (5) 22. Voter (7) 23. American trams (10) Down 1. Change (5) 2. A shade (4) 3. Squeamish (6) 4. Assigns to a post (8) 5. Moslem chiefdom (7) 6. Brilliance (10) 9. A joking remark (10) 12. Death of body tissue (8) 14. Spectacular procession (7) 16. Originate (6) 19. Crowns of heads (5) 20. Second Greek letter (4) Last Weeks Solution Across: 1. perhaps 5. hunch 8. querulous 9. pig 10. expertly 12. grow 14. masque 15. chatty 17. apex 18. supposed 21. dig 22. Oddfellow 24. rural 25. rest-day Down: 1. pique 2. rye 3. Aquarius 4. scowls 5. husk 6. nephritis 7. highway 11. passenger 13. whippets 14. meander 16. rudder 19. dowry 20. howl 23. lid Compiled by Jeff Blackham
Friday 26th September 1997
Girls, what do you do on a wednesday afternoon?
A) wash your smalls at the launderette B) buy some value beans at Tescos C) get a book out from the library and never read it D) cut your toenails (again) E) play footie, get drunk, go to Bo's and pull a stunner If option E seems the most appealing then the women's football club want to hearfrom you!!! It doesn't matter if you've never kicked a ball before, we'll teach you all you could possibly know about the 'beautiful game' Playing footie and getting fit is only part of the fun! You'll make new chums, have a fantastic social/sex life and it looks highly impressive on your CV too! Come along to one of our training sessions on Fridays 5-7pm and/or Sundays 2-4pmat the Varsity Centre (all you need is a pair of trainers) or be brave and speakto us at the Sports Fayre (we're the ones with the balloons - no pun intended) Alternatively test out your new ACC card and ring Lisa on 569993 or Lou on 579993 for further details. Go on be a devil!
TENNIS COACHING WORKSHOPS
Card holders are eligible to take part in the tennis coaching sessions held at the Varsity Centre (opposite Tescos) on Wednesdays 10th September - 1st October at 5.30 p.m. and then Saturdays from Saturday 11th October 2.00 - 4.00 p.m. Coaches: Clive Asprey & Helen Murdoch
A BIG welcome to all freshers
Your first few weeks will be most confusing but have no fear - help is at hand - CAMPUSPORT! We’re the people who can offer you release from all the hard work you should be doing and a fun environment in which to meet new people and enjoy anything from yoga to jazz dance, aerobics to trampolining, dry skiing to basketball. We can also offer you a well equipped Fitness Club and “The Vertex”, one of the best climbing walls in the south east of England. We work closely with fifty or so student clubs and can offer you coaching in a variety of different sports. Look out for our friendly staff in the navy and claret uniforms at the SPORTS & LEISURE FAIR AT THE VARSITY CENTRE ON FRIDAY 26TH FROM 12.00 onwards. We’ll give you all the low down on how to join up and all the opportunities available.
Sports and Dance Courses
Most courses run from the week beginning Monday 29th September. Campusport card holders get reduced rates but it is essential that you sign up and pay for these in advance. Most have a limited number of places and get booked up very quickly. Choose from:
Golf, Badminton, Latin American Dance Taster
Canoeing, Squash, Self Defence, Yoga Dance, Street Jazz Intermediate & Advanced.
Beginners Squash, Beginners & Intermediate Yoga, Beginners & Intermediate Tai Chi, Dry Skiing, Advanced Ballet.
Beginners & Advanced Tap, Contemporary Dance (Advanced) Give us a call on Ext. 9201 for further details or come down to the Sports Centre to enrol.
The Cyborg Bunnies are Back
es the Paintball Soc is back to plague the university with posters of Bunny rabbits with borg implants. After learning several lessons last year about how to organise (or should that be dis...) a big event, we are back to do it properly this year! Despite what happened last year all the games we ran last year were a success. Everyone went home happy, tired out and bruised! The last game of last year, Splatwar I, was a huge success and I was going to include a picture in here but lets just say I’m better with a paintball gun than a camera, but I promise to do better this year, just to show you what you’re missing out on. And believe me you are missing out on a lot! What with all the team building skills the leadership skills and social skills you learn, you’ll also learn how to duck, participate in friendly fire and how to swear rather loudly. Actually we got some very inventive uses of the english language last year mostly involving a four letter word beginning with f! We’ll be running two big games this year for twenty and more people and hopefully lots of smaller games interspersed during the year!
The Vertex is the University of Surrey’s climbing wall which includes a new extension built during the summer this year. The Vertex can now provide * 180ft traverse * Bouldering tunnel * Slab * Crack * Overhang * Chimney * 5m high Bouldering area * Lead walls with interchangeable holds * Overhangs with changeable holds * Beginners walls * & Social area The Vertex is one of the best walls in the south east and is a great facility for the University’s Mountaineering Club and those who are interested in climbing. It is now in full operation after the Open Day which took place on Sunday 22nd September - thank you to the Mountaineering Club who played a huge and much appreciated part with free climbing, abseiling and speed traverse and climbing competitions. The Vertex is open to all students at £2 a go or FREE with a Campusport or Sports and Classes card.
Well we will guarantee that you get the lowest prices for a day’s fun. We will also guarantee transport of some form that is included in the price. Now we try to keep prices down but it’s really up to the site we go to and what they offer us in their game deals, we can have a really cheap day with just pump guns and clothing but the site will not include paint in that and by the end of the day what started off as 20 pounds ends up at £60. Other sites run days where everyone starts off with some paint say 400 balls this will cost 35 pounds but you aren’t likely to spend much more. For the first game this year we were offered a very good deal! Basically it’s this each person gets 1000 paintballs all the safety gear and overalls, lunch and transport to and from the site all for the lowest price of 53.50! You will not find a deal like that anywhere else! So if you are interested in that or any other game drop a note in the paintball Soc. pigeon hole in the union or email ee52dd or ph51pv. We’ll be selling tickets this week and next in the union around lunchtimes! David Davey
Yes - competitive sport for all at a fun pace! All the activities start from 20th October with entries being made to the Sports Centre. Take part in 10 20 minute lunch time matches to represent your department, house or club in : mixed volleyball, ballroom dancing, unihoc, mixed netball, 5-aside football (men’s & women’s), evening soccer and indoor cricket. Entries must be in by 8th October.
Do you have what it takes to be a sports representative?
Meet new people, organise your friends to take part in lighthearted sport - useful for the old CV and brilliant for promoting health, sport and fun at Surrey! Please come to a meeting for all Sports Representatives on Friday 3rd October 1.05 p.m. at the Sports Centre.
Last call for anyone (Freshers or existing students) to apply for either a Guildford Borough (any sport) or Royal and Ancient (golf) Sports Bursary. If you have a high level of sporting ability and proven record you are eligible. Application forms available at the Sports Centre or for further information phone Barry Hitchcock, Sports Director on Extn. 9200.
elcome back! My name is Rich Saulet (Dickie) and after having battled through the highly competitive qualifying rounds, the immensely demanding interviews, and a close run vote with RON, I am finally able to make my debut as the highly paid Sports Editor of BARE FACTS. I am sorry that I have not written in the first few issues but: a) I’ve been too busy drinking, catching up, and recovering, and b) I’ve spent so much time preparing this masterpiece of an editorial that I’ve needed all the time I could get. In order to fill vital space in this week’s article (I know that sports articles will come flooding in after my impassioned plea)., I have interviewed myself at great expense to Bare Facts. This should
enjoyable experience. allow all those unforDickie Saulet tunate people who There is loads of new Sports Editor haven’t yet met me to stuff in the Union this have an inkling of what I’m about. year including the great SILLY The questions are simple, but then NIGHT every Wednesday. As you - as I am sure you will realise - so will know, providing you bring the necessary equipment, a doubleis the interviewee. I have been reliably informed by and-mixer will cost you only £1. Cazza, Sports Officer, that these Yes they are only house spirits; yes sacred sports pages are to filled they do taste like petrol, but they with well...... sport, and so this is do the job. Besides, anyone who the moment when I will make the has been through the 16yr old drink annual plea to request that if you cider/thunderbird stage in their life, have done any sport of any kind, can handle just about anything and especially naked, then write arti- will find the double satisfying and cles and take photos (before and will go back for more. after) so that I can include them in Well, before I leave you I feel that these much admired pages. Give I should mention the excellence of them to me, on disc, via my pigeon the English football clubs in hole in the Union, or on a Monday Europe. Nice. And the Scottish? night when I work security. The Well.... how do you know when a more you lot write, the less I do, Scottish team will lose in Europe? and these pages will become an They kick off!!
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Like rough, like water, like fun, like balls??!! Then this is the sport for you!!!! Join the women’s waterpolo team for some real action!!!! We are looking for girls who are daring and like to play rough in the water. Do you like to swim and play some ball??!! Do not hesitate and join us!!!! Enjoy the fun with us on Tuesdays from 6-7 p.m. at the spectrum or come and see us at the freshers fair, to get more information. Any questions please do not hesitate and contact us!!! Marlies, 01483-567488, e-mail: ms61mh Kerry, 01483-531600, e-mail:bs61kl
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