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e 1 JJ U 1 11Issue 944 16th October 1992 Rag raises over £ 2 , 0 0 0 Drink Tax by Declan Curry News Editor Users of Imperial College Union (ICU) Bars will be charged a £ 1 entrance fee from tonight. Customers of both Da Vinci's Bar and the Traditional Bar will be forced to pay the levy each Friday night after 8pm. The money will be collected at Beit Arch, before customers enter Beit Quad. Entry before 8pm will remain free. The tariff is being introduced for a four week trial period, and may be reimposed after a suitable pause. The introduction of the surcharge has caused friction in the Union Union President Chris Davidson, in panda costume, accompanied over 200 students on Rag Tiddlywinking Office, with at least one senior last Saturday, writes Rachel Mountford. On the day. Rag raised over £2,000for Action Aid, one of the largest sabbatical expressing 'grave 'Third World' charities. The day made a good start to the Rag Year, which hopes to raise over £50,000. reservations' about the idea. / C N N has learned that the plan was devised by Dominic Wilkinson, I C U Honorary Secretary (Events) Students complain on hours by David Goddard and Andy Kerr, this year's Ents Students have been complaining 'contact' teaching hours. two. M r Kerr expects this problem committee chairman. The change about the addition of an extra hour Each contact hour comprises fifty to be clarified at the next Civil brings Imperial in line with other to the college timetable this year. minutes of teaching time plus ten Engineering Staff Student Universities which charge for This additional time is also causing free minutes.The Board of Studies Committee meeting, by which time entrance to bar extensions. The problems for departments and clubs states that students cannot have exact student numbers for each scheme was discussed and passed and societies. more than three consecutive contact course will be known. M r Kerr during the summer vacation by the The extra hour was caused by hours, or more than a total of six added that the College is on a I C U Bar and Catering Committee. lengthening the college day by half contact hours per day. 'learning curve' when dealing with The proposal was first disscussed at an hour each morning and evening, A number of departments the new College Day. I C U Council on Monday of this so that College Day now begins at currently have timetables which The Humanities Department is week. Several Council members 9am and finishes at 6pm. When the break these rules. Civil Engineering permitted to timetable options expressed surprise at the plan, and change was first proposed, Sir Eric students have found themselves during the College lunch hour on some claimed after the meeting that Ash, College Rector, said that the scheduled to attend four consecutive every day except Wednesday. This they had not previously been aware change was for administrative lectures. M r C J Kerr, the is reportedly causing difficulties for of the plan's existence. reasons, and that it would not lead Departmental Administrator, said clubs and societies attempting to M r Wilkinson said this week that to an increase in the number of that this arrangement was inevitable schedule lunchtime meetings. After the plan was 'a conscious effort to due to the structuring of third year representations from Imperial improve the social facilities for the necessary to secure the planned options and that it was the only way College Union Rag, the Physics students of Imperial College'. He number of bar extensions for this to 'satisfy the needs of a number of Department agreed to move lectures added that a 'Happy Hour' was year. In contrast to previous years, students' wishing to take certain originally scheduled for Friday being introduced each Friday any bar extensions now apply to options. lunchtime. These lectures would between 8.30pm and 10pm. both Da Vinci's and the Traditional Mr Kerr added that the have clashed with Rag's Friday Discounts would be offered on Bar. scheduling of Humanities lunchtime meetings in the Union 'certain lines' of drinks he said. They further reject the suggestion Building. Chemistry students have Department options for 1pm Union sources have indicated that that the tax needs to be approved by effectively reduced the number of also expressed concern about their the imposition of the charge is a Union General Meeting. available morning contact hours to laboratory timetables. 12 14/15 18-25 26-27 Female Careers Fair Reviews What's On Liberation Guide Round-Up Around London N ews 16th October 1992 Felix 944 Student Loan interviews Chaplaincy Students Evicted? by Richard Cooke inflation rate, and interest is Appointments for student loan charged from the date you receive interviews are now being arranged your first loan instalment. by the College Registry. Students Repayments can be deferred if the wishing to apply for a student loan student is earning less than £ 1 0 0 0 should contact the Fees Office in per month. room 334 of the Sherfield building. Student loans are not available to To be eligible for a loan, students postgraduates, who have to find HM must be resident in the United funding from other sources, such as Kingdom, under 50 years old, and the Science and Engineering Wm attending a full-time undergraduate Research Council (SERC), a major course. At interview, you must be funding body for Imperial able to supply a birth certificate, or postgraduates. Several a passport if born outside the U K , postgraduates have complained that •Of- along with a letter from your Local the College Registry refused to pay flk Education Authority confirming out S E R C cheques before the start f/L your award, and details of your of term on 5 October, despite S J bank account. A previous bad credit SERC's guidelines which allow for ajBb record will not affect your the payment of cheques on 1 111 eligibility. October. After complaints to their W 340 students have already applied headquarters, SERC intervened and for the loan, which is worth £ 8 3 0 the cheques were distributed by in Inner London this year. Loan Registry. The Registry is currently repayments do not normally start negotiating with S E R C to agree a until the April after graduation. The new date for distribution of the rate of interest is the previous year's cheques. Glaxo Chair Mercy Dash by Richard Cooke bishop and Sir Eric Ash, Rector of by David Goddard by Our News Staff Photo by Simon Burton Imperial College, in an bid to keep Professor Tony Barrett has been Imperial Chemistry student Ilya Since 1979, Imperial College has the hostel open. appointed to the new Glaxo Chair Eigenbrot will return to his native benefited from the accommodation The council plans to refurbish the of Organic Chemistry at Imperial Russia on 28 October, bringing for six students provided by the property and to rehouse those who College. Professor Barrett, an IC with him a van load of humanitarian West London Chaplaincy, at 20 are at present living in bed & graduate, worked at the College relief and scientific supplies. Ilya New Kings Road. Hammersmith breakfast or private rented until he moved to the United States will be accompanied by Ben and Fulham Council have now accommodation. The cost in 1983. Sir Eric Ash, College Krystall and Colin Lawrence, and decided to evict the students and refurbishment is conservatively' Rector, and Dr Richard Sykes, the ten day trek will take the trio renovate the house. Many students estimated at between £ 6 0 , 0 0 0 and director of group research at Glaxo, through Sweden and Finland to St. living at the house take a special £ 7 0 , 0 0 0 . It is expected to take the both expressed delight that a leading Petersberg. interest in the local community. The council a number of years to recoup organic chemist had returned to the Ilya and his colleagues will be students' work includes running the cost of this refurbishment. U K . They also said that the new bringing medical supplies for soup kitchens for the local homeless At the time of going to press the chair extended the long standing regional hospitals in St. Petersberg, population and working with council had arranged an Urgent links between Imperial College and and scientific equipment to research Church related groups. Housing Committee meeting to Glaxo. The head, of the Chemistry colleges like the Marine Over the past 13 years the house decide the matter. The Department, Professor David Technology Institute. T can do has accommodated students who recommendation of this committee Phillips, said that the appointment something as a student,' Ilya says. have special requirements and who will have to be ratified by the full 'proves there is no 'London barrier' 'That encourages me as it shows benefit from the community spirit council. The full council can to attracting top people'. we're not as helpless as we think'. that is a feature of chaplaincy overturn any decision taken by the housing. Rev Bill Raines, of the Housing Committee. 'College Watch' crackdown West London Chaplaincy, has enlisted the support of the local by PJ Dodd of £ 5 0 0 0 worth of Apple Macintosh A new 'College Watch' scheme computers from Mechanical HAIRDRESSERS 5 1A HARRINGTON ROAD, may be introduced in a bid to Engineering. On Monday of this SOUTH KENSINGTON tighten security on the campus. The week, £ 1 0 0 in cash was taken from In t u n e w i t h 7 - 2 98 0 18 3 8 6 Wc have a fantastic offer for all you scheme will be modelled on one in the City & Guilds Union ( C & G U ) students, a cut wash and blowdry operation at Havering Technical office. The sum was the proceeds Physics by our top stylist (which normally costs around £21) College. The Havering plan of ticket sales for the C & G U For only £11 Men £12 Women includes a 'co-operation network' Freshers' Buffets. In a statement, Imperial College and the Royal Check us out ! between staff and students which Kate Dalton, C & G U President, College of Music are to launch a Terry Briley, Deputy Head of appealed for information about the new joint degree next year, writes Security at Imperial, hopes to theft to be passed on in confidence Gareth Light. Applications will be mimic. M r Briley, who visited to Sherfield Security on internal invited for the degree of BSc in Havering earlier this week, regards 3372. Mark Jackson, C & G U Vice Physics and Studies in Musical this type of co-operation as a President, told Felix that the buffets Performance. Applicants, who must method to reduce crime in the would continue on Monday, be Grade 8 musicians, are also college. Tuesday, and Wednesday of next promised 'members of the Physics Walk-in walk-off crime continues week, at 7.30pm. The buffet on department who are musicians at Imperial this week, with the theft Monday 26 October is unaffected. themselves' as Tutors. Page 2 McKinsey invites you to an open presentation on career opportunities for graduates and postgraduates on Monday, October 19,1992 at 7.30 pm in The Pippard Lecture Theatre Strategy Consulting at McKinsey N ews 16th October 1992 Felix 944 N e w V a c c i n e R e s e a r c h U n i t at I C Pharmaceutical research Medeva is currently researching a ten year agreement with College. Monkey company Medeva pic opened a new oral typhoid and tetanus vaccines, In return for using College Vaccine Research Unit at Imperial and wanted to continue this work in facilities, Medeva has paid for the College last week. The Unit, 'an academic environment'. Dr. refurbishment and refitting of an Business housed in the Biochemistry Steve Chatfield, head of the entire floor of Biochemistry. The department, was opened by Medeva research group, said that company will also pay rent, and a Professor William Stewart, the joint research with Imperial was 'a share of the common running costs. Chief Scientific Advisor to the relationship which is already The unit will be- staffed by 10 Cabinet Office. The opening marks showing positive results.' Professor Medeva scientists, and it is hoped A latex laboratory monkey was the start a joint research venture Stewart said at the opening that the that the Unit will expand by released by the British Union for the between the recently formed collaboration 'will create an ideal allowing PhD students to assist in Abolition of Vivisection ( B U A V ) company and Biochemistry, with climate for the development of a the research. Medeva have also last week. The protest is part of research concentrating on the new generation of vaccines which indicated that they would be willing B U A V ' s 'Paradise Lost' nationwide development of new single dose could have a profound impact on to extend the joint venture should campaign tour, which follows a oral vaccines. world health'. the current research prove to be year long investigation into the The Unit has been set up under rewarding. alleged illegal transport of wild primates from the rain forests of On C u e Asia and Africa to the United Kingdom. The B U A V claims that some of The Imperial College Freshers' Snooker Tournament took place last Sunday, writes Bruce Drinkwater. Open A l l Hours the illegally imported primates are used to test anti-epilepsy drugs. The B U A V tour began in the In the final, Ross Matthews was New opening times for Da will be cheaper in the evening, and same week that the Government beaten in a close finish by Michael Vinci's Snack Bar have been all vegetarian meals will cost £1 appeared to renege on a manifesto Majdalany, who won the trophy and announced. The Snack Bar, on the throughout the day. pledge to agree to a European title by two frames to one. This ground floor of the Union Building, Da Vinci's Pizza and Potato Bar Community ban on all animal tested Sunday, the ICU Snooker Club will will be open for lunch between is open for lunch between 12noon cosmetics. Although the ban has the be holding the Imperial College 10am and 3.30pm, with last lunch and 3pm, and evening openings backing of other E C partners, the Open Snooker Championship. The orders taken at 3pm. The Snack Bar have been extended, with the Pizza Department of the Environment say event starts at 1pm in the Snooker will reopen at 5.30pm for the Bar now open between 5.30pm to that they are looking for alternatives Room, on the top floor of the Union evening, and will close at 9.30pm, 10.30pm. Last pizza orders will be to the ban, so that public safety Building. with last orders at 9pm. Meal prices taken at 10.15pm. 'remains of paramount importance'. The Finance Society (previously known as FBI Soc) present CHARTERED ACCOUNTANCY —what's it really all about? + F R E E B U F F E T & WINE!!! (worth £5 a head) Tuesday 20th October 12.05pm sharp Room 340, Maths Dept, Huxley Page 4 Felix 944 opinion 16th October 1992 Credits News; Declan, Phil, Richard, Special Thanks; Andy, Rose, PARKING PERMITS The following is a list of registration numbers of vehicles which have been allocated Union parking permits. Can the Gareth, David (well done guys). James and Simon for patience, owners of these vehicles please collect them from the Union Features; Tamsin, Richard, David Spooner, Rick, Chris St, Office; You should brin g with you, your Union Card, Stuart, Rachel, Emma, Jeremy, Sarah, Gwen. registration document, proof of address and medical certificate John Simpson, Beccy. Production Manager, ex- where indicated. A £ 5 deposit will be required. Photos; The Simons and James. Opinions Editor and Beauty SWA320Y F695LBW J432DYN C252EUR What's On; James, Steve. Contest Winner; Steven B384KMV MLH817V H665GKK BORING Reviews; Catherine, Boris, Newhouse D962KHA E512MEG A982DEC C574JUR Mario, Sara, Sam, Poddy and all Jonty can now be reached on CTG713Y KYH793X B697YYF A207UUW your numerous contributors. 071-603 1278 or at 148 West D777JHV F399SOY WLN206X F737HTO Union; Andy, Chris, Dom (sorry Kensington Court, W14. EVT708Y A387DFG HMV268M F182DWB about the 'cut'). E824TWW SRK722W C874VRK B Townsend Box Editor; Ian Hodge. J79CJD GLF123 F321CG0 A Wimpenny ZUF97X NSG211P B490LT OKL719W E740WGP NUW132Y Small Ads D204GYH B587WHJ D655GDT • SPLOTSOC—first paintballing trips to Bisley to practice and then T731SKV UWY630X C371TPK trip arranged for 3lst October. compete for the Courtman Sheild, JMV381W A974TUU C767VWK Total cost £ 3 0 . Come and see us which is an inter-CCU fullbore rifle, E500DBL A260VOV B53XPP Tuesday lunchtimes match, before the end of PHB74Y ELL658Y C448KGB (12-15-1.30pm) in Southside Upper November. Please write to Nick Lounge. P.S. bring your Royall, Geology Dept asap since chequebooks as deposits are needed time is limited to organise these Please supply a medical certificate to collect the following permits; now to ensure places. things. G838VVK G971LGC A644AJH H11YAD • W H A T ' S O N : Wednesday 21st, A646AWJ C741TLE DUL469J C825ABK Dramsoc pyrotechnic workshop, 9 F698PUL YPP4X G128WLM 3pm. FREE—donation welcome. 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WHEREVER YOU'RE BOUND, WE'RE BOUND TO HAVE BEEN. ABTA Imperial College, Sherfield Building, SWT. I ATA STA TRAVEL Page 5 opinion 16th October 1992 Felix 944 Price winge Name change Dear Jonty, from 26p to 30p and Twix from 24p Dear Jonty, anti-life laws. I am forced to write to you to vent to 26p. These price rises are well I strongly resent your description I hope that the British anti- my feeling about the disgusting over 10%. of Imperial's anti-abortion society abortion groups will keep their disparity in chocolate prices in However, when you look at the as the 'Pro Life' society, as seen in murky fingers and diseased College. Although I know the Bookstore a Twix is 22p, Wispa 23 Freshers' Felix. This euphemistic mentalities out of the current Union has no control over prices in and Mars 24p. These are up to 25 % phraseology is grotesque distortion. abortion referenda campaign in Q T , it does control the prices in the cheaper than the chocolate machine. Not even the anti-abortionists' Ireland, something they failed to do Union Bookstore and the vending Can anyone throw light on this warped and stunted imaginations in the past. I also hope that they will machine in the Union Building. discrepency? could truthfully describe themselves condemn the antics of militant Irish Why is it that just before the Yours, as pro life. As shown on Channel anti-abortionists, who not only hold beginning of term there were Choc A Holic 4 News over the summer, many Ku Klux Klan gatherings outside M A S S I V E price rises in Wispa Bar; alias S Newhouse women in the Irish Republic have Irish women M P s' homes, but also died because of complications and picket Dublin airport and verbally illnesses during pregnancy; abuse pregnant women flying to complications and illnesses that England. This type of behaviour is Nobby the sheep could not be treated because of Ireland's oppressive anti- abortion, morally repugnant. Name withheld by request. Dear Jonty, little time for this person who they force of the media and Western life' countries like Saudi Arabia, refuse Like many others who attended call Nobby the Sheep. They say that apprently stops Nobby from to let their women even drive and the Freshers' Fair I was given a '...he does what he does because thinking about life in general. make them walk about with their piece of paper by a person from the everyone else does it.'. He According to the Islamic society faces covered up. Talk about Islamic Society who informed me apparently drinks heavily and tells when people are down the bar we civilisation. Why don't they ask that the Union had tried to stop its everyone how cool he is. They ask should be discussing the '...most Salman Rushdie how civilised he distribution. After reading the why he has to drink so much to important questions like why we are thinks Islam is? article in question I cannot enjoy himself? They in fact criticise here, how we got here or what will May I make a suggestion? If they understand the view of the Union, him because his '...social life is his happen when we die?' detest Westerners and their culture if they truly did wish to ban this. life.'. Well how terrible! Apparently the Western culture is so much, might it not be preferable Most of the students who did bother Does he, they ask, think about the brain dead and '...Islam provides for them (and certainly for the rest to read this drivel would regard it starving in Africa, the homeless or the answer to solving the world's of us in this country) to go to Iran. with as much contempt as I did. By the numbers of women who are problems in one fell swoop.' I certainly will contribute to their banning it the Union just drew raped every year, whilst he enjoys Well there you go, you just air fare on one condition only. They attention to it. himself down the bar? Who cares! couldn't make it up! How I wonder they promise never to enter these For those who missed the article I could have ignored all this would they solve the problems of shores again. in question I will tell you what was nonsense like I ignore everything the Middle East? Or the problem of Yours as ever, said. This badly written story told the religous groups say, be they C the homelessness. They'd probably Alan Bailey. of a 'sad character' that '...you will of E , Muslims or the Jehovahs have them all publicly executed! see at every turn.' It is quite obvious Loonies. However the article then This, from the lot that treat women that the Islamic Society have very starts attacking '...the mystical as second class citizens. That, in Crossword ACROSS DOWN I. Entertainer shot messily (4) 1. He will circle the welcome 3. G i n , a marl just about makes (5) it! (8) 2. Droop, phase reversed (3) 9. Its radiation—but it's not 4. Help with brass I steal from serious (5) within (6) 10. Endless static on railway 5. Vivid plot over Imperial line? (7) College (7) II. None, Her Majesty resists 6. Hammering aid with which impulse perhaps (3) Ian & Pat lunch out (4,5) 13. Deformed young woman 7. Inner layers of material in happens not to use postscript (9) sling out (7) 14. Pet, admits Daniel, is a petty 8. Restrict flow, the good man one! (6) backs me (4) 16. Secret Service consumes 12. Forced to give money and hundred and one small cakes (6) suffer the consequence (4,2,3) 18. Sick cat cry 'Miaou'! I'm 14. Paul lifted up and left to deal with complete power worshipped (7) (9) 15. Central source of power (7) 20. Ship without its bow? That's 17. About a French sea, a cool! (3) photographic instrument (6) 22. Incorrectly presume to be 19. A result of being bored the greatest (7) perhaps, way up north (4) 23. Western Beer mix-up may be 21. Dry scale around bend (5) Exact hits 13) Besorts 14) Tell Eccentric 4) Ousters 5) En a measure of repulsion (5) 24. Coin I invested in British off 16) Insects 19) Put down 21) Avant 6) Inapt 7) Karlino 8) 25. Something beautiful comes Telecom (3) Dementate 23) Cites 24) Nan Tirjies of ones life 15) Late after some time—or is it just one's imagination? (8) Answers drip 25) Samurai 26) Serve its comer 17) Seminar 18) Stay put ACROSS purpose 19) Press up 20) Ontario 22) 26. Scratch off grit, chalk (4) 1) Leg before wicket 9) Spruces DOWN Nurse 10) Anagram 11) Egg on 12) 1) Listed building 2) Garages 3) Page 6 Financial a n d B u s i n e s s C o n s u l t a n c y MBA Sponsorship Financial Consulting Services (FCS) is one of the fastest growing groups in the Arthur Andersen practice. The group provides strategic, financial and operational consulting services in a number of areas, from business planning to process re-engineering, from organisational reviews to company valuations and litigation support. 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If you are interested in finding out more about a career with FCS please come along to our presentation on: Wednesday or write to: 21 October 1992 Sally Hyman at 6.00 pm Arthur Andersen at the 1 Surrey Street Southside Conference Suite London WC2R 2PS Prince's Gardens, off Exhibition Road Tel: 071 438 3000 Imperial College r RTHUR NDERSEN & Co SC pno Oiin 16th October 1992 Felix 944 You need not know any further found harmless, though extremely research on the substances (except facts. 'Hard' drug, poison, prison, powerful. Most research was possibly for the army). I would only Beit no job! How is it a tasteless, colourless liquid with no smell feared in such terminated in the 60s when Uncle Sam decided the substance was to be banned by all who followed. It like people to get their heads out of the sand and read up on acid personally—real medical research a way? Forty micrograms only for was found the drug was some sort and first-hand accounts of trips Back an average trip, over 600 for fusion with the universe, metaphysical of miracle cure for all sorts of mental and emotional disorders. Its And maybe someone could tell me why the whisky-drinking experience. No addiction, no peculiar effects on sense of time, middle-aged rulers and their dependency, never heard of any sequence and limitations were alcoholic supporters have put the lid overdose. One drop on a cube of noticed in how it fnade learning so on such a remarkable discovery as Fed up with how predictable sugar and after half an hour, off into much faster and easier. LSD. everything comes to be? Tired of psychedelia for the day. If you This is not some fanatic trying to Just remember—if you try it, seeing the same things the same know how to do it, you've got a push people to try acid, ecstasy, keep safe: don't add credit to their way? Been with the same good friend with you to help in case mushrooms, peyote, D M T or hypocrisy. Use it better than they boy/girlfriend so long and feel it's of a bad trip. No risk of doing the licking rain-forest toads. I have not use booze, cars or money. Your just routine? one-in-a-million act of trying to fly yet tried the stuff myself. Mind belongs to you. Would you like to feel sounds, out a window or chopping your own But I see that the American Views expressed here are not hear colours smash down the leg off. Native Church has been using necessarily shared by Felix inhibiting barriers of our paranoid If they can't offer you a psychedelic cactus extracts for editorial staff or ICU staff. ego? Well, how about 8 to 12 hours satisfying, intense life outside, what documented hundreds of years, or of experiencing the world in a right have they of holding you from that doctors in psychology Timothy CHANGE IN OPENING HOURS totally new way? Find out your searching? O h , it's O K if you find Leary and Richard Alpert (read I C U ' s Welfare Office will be closed partner is full of uncovered secrets, ecstasy in Church or in a political their books if you find them!) were on Wednesday afternoons from 14th experience life-death-rebirth, rally of the majority, but not if you thrown out of Harvard in the 60s on October 1992 to 2nd December remove conditioned limits from alter your consciousness with some bogus excuse because they inclusive. During this period, Stefano your mind. mushrooms or pills, however were announcing how great the Ruis, the Welfare A d v i s e r , be will It seems this is the power of responsible you are about it. So stuff was (they had both taken it available on Friday mornings, Acid—yeah, L S D . Oh my gosh! some guy sells you badly over 300 times and Leary's kids a b e t w e e n 1 0 . 3 0 a m and 1 . 0 0 p m in Drug! Danger, loss of control, synthesized crap in a backroom and few). addition t o the normal, advertised hospital, psychotherapy! If these you slowly poison yourself. You The nineties are seriously hours. Y o u can c o n t a c t the Welfare come to your mind, the System has see, the System was right! It IS misinformed (and disinformed!) O f f i c e either in person or by ringing done a good job on you: you are a dangerous! extension 3 5 0 7 about psychedelics, one reason reasonable, responsible person. Pure L S D to this day has been being that there is almost no legal THIS WEEKS FELIX COMPETITION Sponsored by Dillons Name:... This is your chance to win A £5.00 GIFT VOUCHER All you have to do is answer this simple question WHAT WAS THE NAME OF THE 'BEING' WITH TWO HEADS IN THE An W" 1 : HITCH-HIKERS GUIDE TO THE GALAXY? (correct spellings please). O | L L O N S Fill in the form and return it to the Felix office by Prize winners will be announced in the Felix Friday 23rd October. following the entry deadline. WAGAMAMA WINNERS 1st Prize Jun Miyake 2nd Prize Yashika Izumimoto The Question: What does Wagamama mean? Penelope Vounatsou James Reed The Answer: Selfish child, spoilt brat. Rony Douek Booby Prize: Sangkara Ratnam, who claimed that Please collect your prizes by Friday 23rd October the answer was 'where are you going mama' from the Felix office. Page 8 U nion Felix 944 16th October 1992 Management Dom's Bit Well, you made it. Your first, or time on this week, or ask me any Freshers' Weeks come and Without the help of a cast of not, Freshers' Week. I think there questions. Above all the meetings Freshers' Weeks go, but like small thousands, Freshers' Week and were no serious casualties, at least will be I N F O R M A L , so don't feel dogs in the park they always leave anything else that goes off would none that I am aware of. The main intimidated by the thought of union messages to remember them by. To not be possible, and so I would like thing is that I hope you enjoyed it hacks or saying the wrong thing. be more direct the shit proved to be to thank Andy, B J , Lisa, Greg, and be assured that it won't be the I thank you for your time and I very thin on the ground this year Percy, Matt, Simon and the rest of last time you will have this year to hope to meet you soon, if I have not with nobody feeling he need to bury the Ents kiddies. You are truly let your hair down, not by any already done so. the head of their fellow man in their charmed people. Andy, Graham, means. dinner lying in the corner at four in Dan and the DramSoc techies, bless To business, if you have A N Y the morning. Indeed, the only you all. The Union Staff for their queries come and see us, be you 1st, UGM casualty this year is the handrail in Da Vinci's, which is still standing, never ending supply of patience and Cathy and Michelle for making it 2nd, 3rd, 4th, nth year or Post grad, I promise you we W I L L be able to Friday 6 th November but with the aid of a few turns of through without being charged for help. M y door and my I venture, gaffer tape. Be gentle with it. manslaughter. My fellow sabbaticals for something that isn't the doors of all the sabbaticals are The UGM will be held If you felt entertained last week, invariably open. We always then keep coming back. Unlike clear at the moment. The Stewards welcome a conversation in the at 1pm in the concert College, the Students' Union for their yellowness. Andrew, corridor, in Da Vinci's or anywhere hall doesn't begrudgingly admit to your Gervaise, Andy P, Marc and the else you might mention. existence one week a year before bar staff for keeping fluid. Ian, From Monday the 26th, that's a Closing date for allowing you to slide under a thick Yvonne, Pete, Emily and all for week this Monday, I will be holding paper/motion: blanket of lectures, we're here all sustenance. Felix, Jonty, M r a regular meeting open to everyone, 1pm Friday 30th year round. Look out for events in Spoons, Rose, Stef, Chris and Andy the Union in the What's On column (may your back passage always be in the Ents lounge on the ground October open) for their help, advice and floor of the union building. Y O U and get involved. Apart from are most welcome. Get some dinner Friday nights, everything in the irritation from Da Vinci's beforehand and Union is free so even if you think And so to bedtime. If you have come and hear what I have spent my it's crap your grant cheque won't any suggestions for events (keep feel the damage. Along with Smile them decent and legal) please let me Zones and promotional nights we know. Remember you will be taken Ents and the really are trying our best to keep you solvent. This Friday sees the first of Ents' more seriously and welcomed more warmly if you are accompanied by cigarettes. Modern Man Atmospheres and the start of our new door policy, read the ad Kick off your sling backs and enjoy! elsewhere and please try to help out. A computer projected simulation of the Union Building on Friday night under Ent's control. Firstly I would like to take this edge (yes, and thank you as well, is free, with happy hours, late bars, Future events at Atmosphere - opportunity to thank people for their Jonty). I hope that everyone who and throbbing indie, dance and 70s October 23rd - The Bardots contribution to Freshers' Week. I went to the events had a brilliant pop tunes. November 6th - Cygnet Ring want to thank all the people in Ents time and I hope you'll all be back Tonight sees the birth of Watch this space! and DramSoc, who gave their for future events. Atmosphere. Every Friday, there'll PS: Anyone wishing to join Ents, services free of charge to ensure This leads me to the second part be either discos, bands or cabaret. come along on Tuesday at 1pm to that you all had a great time. I'd like of my article - future events. We Costs will vary depending on the the Ents/Rag office, 2nd Floor, to send personal thanks to Cathy, will have regular events every event, so watch Felix and our Union Building. Entrance via East Michelle, Dom, B J , and everyone Wednesday and Friday in the Union posters for prices. There is a late Staircase. else who stopped me going over the lounge. Club Libido on Wednesday bar till lam and disco till 2am. Page 9 1 eature 16th October 1992 Felix 944 order and before you could say Richard Eyers, Steve Newhouse 'Drink A Pub Dry' the minibuses and Pete Bowen. The C C U offices TIDDLYWINKS had delivered everyone to The for helping sign out etc. Also thanks Teaclipper Tavern to drink it dry. to Dice & Games Ltd for donating Unfortunately this pub proved to be the monster tiddles and A to Z less than friendly so a quick detour Geographers Map Co Ltd for was arranged to The Grove Pub just donating the 30 colour A to Z's for The first R A G event of the year was Three of the C C U inviolate round the corner. Here it was a the top fresher collectors. a storming success with over 200 mascots, Jez, Bo and Cl e m, different story. The staff were accompanied us on our travels and A - Z Winners students taking part in the friendly, the beer was cheap and Tiddlywinks Down Oxford Street. were there to welcome collectors at they even let us put our own music Kristine Vaaler £ 4 3 . 5 5 Paul Everyone had an ace time (despite Eros. As if the day hadn't already on their stereo. Humphrey £ 4 0 . 1 0 Ollie Brown bomb scares shutting down Oxford been silly enough it was not over The totals arrived late in the £ 3 9 . 2 6 Charles Twist £ 3 5 . 2 8 D . Circus) and we raised over £ 2 , 0 0 0 . yet. Once all the cans had been afternoon along with the RCS three Hummerstron £ 3 1 . 3 4 V . Owen The day started outside Southside collected a giant Ring-a-Ring-?- Handled Pot. Winners were £ 2 9 . 4 5 M . Easton £ 2 9 . 4 5 Tom Halls of Residence with a deafening Roses around Eros was undertaken announced and free beer was on Spicer £ 2 9 . 0 7 Chris Harvey-Fros 'Wakey Wakey Southside' led by and successfully carried out. thanks to various fill-ups of the £ 2 9 . 0 7 B . Liddiocott £ 2 5 . 7 3 Rachel ' R A G Chair' Mountford. Tradition states that after dragging Three H . P . by the R A G Chair, Jonathan Turner £ 2 4 . 2 4 C . Jackson This was followed by Boomalakas everyone out of bed on the Saturday Chris Davidson - Union President, £ 2 3 . 3 1 A . McClure £ 2 3 . 3 1 A . and Kangelas from the C C U ' s of Freshers week so early in the the various C C U exec's and the Pub Dorman-Smith £ 2 1 . 3 4 Phillip before everyone was ferried by morning, the Rag Chair deserves to itself. We didn't quite drink the pub Rieley £ 1 8 . 6 3 Alaril Turner £ 1 8 . 6 3 minibus to opposite ends of Oxford be taught a lesson. This normally dry but Abbot Ale and Boddingtons Patrick Dunkan £ 1 7 . 9 8 Geoff Street. Armed only with R A G cans involves been thrown in the were off and the pub shut at 8:30pm Quigley £ 1 7 . 9 7 Alex Barberster and tiddlywinks our intrepid fountain at Eros. As the fountain is due to general exhaustion and £ 1 7 . 4 8 S. Mardon £ 1 6 . 9 5 M . tiddlywinkers tiddled their way currently boarded up Rachel shortage of glasses. A pub well and Hussain £ 1 6 . 9 5 Maria Banks down Oxford Street and Regent seemed to be confident of remaining truly broken! £ 1 6 . 7 9 Julie Griffin £ 1 6 . 7 5 Tara Street (the leaders making a small dry. However the ever resourceful Before we close this history of an O'doherty £ 1 6 . 7 5 E . Clare £ 1 5 . 7 6 detour to avoid a bomb at Oxford C C U exec's managed to find event to remember our esteemed I. Fisher £ 1 5 . 7 6 Claire Unwin Circus) to Eros in Piccadilly Circus. various suitable receptacles to R A G Chair has asked me to pass on £ 1 4 . 9 2 Adele (who are U Adele) Shoppers and tourists alike were ensure a thorough soaking thanks to some words of thanks. Firstly the £ 1 4 . 9 1 Sam Wholan £ 1 4 . 4 3 Peter shocked into handing over loadsa a handy dustbin and various biggest Thankyou has to go to Y O U Simpson £ 1 4 . 4 3 dosh, happily making our cooking pots from Dunkin Donuts. for turning up and taking part. Also treasurer's job a long and difficult After all that hard(?) work the five drivers of the minibuses But for those of you that lazily one. everyone felt a drink was well in namely Penguin, Dave Lane, dossed about in bed all day (Yes, Southsiders that mostly means you) or for those that just can't get RAG TERM TIMETABLE enough (disgusting), don't miss the GROOVIEST, WACKIEST, F U N N I E S T and event of the yeer DAY DATE EVENT and the only one that's completely free! Don't miss M O N O P O L Y on Saturday, the place to be. Be there Saturday Oct 17th Live Monopoly + Party for collectors or be a half rotten and completely unwanted pomegranate. Saturday Oct 24th Big Rag Raid + Party Also keep your eyes out for the Cambridge Rag Raid on the 24th of Saturday Oct 31st Pavement Climb + Rocky Horror Disco October, get those boring Cambridgers "Off Their Tree" and for the sponsored Bungee jumping Thursday Nov 5th Collection at Battersea Fireworks sometime this term. If you need any information on any R A G stuff, visit Saturday Nov 7th & party Poppy Day Raid to Maidstone + Pub crawlthe R A G office (open M O N - F R I lunchtime, 2nd floor East Beit Quad, staircase just before the Saturday Nov 14th Halls Dirty Dozen Union Bar) or turn up at the R A G meetings every Friday in the Union Saturday Nov 21st Sponsored Event Lounge (facing Da Vinci's) every Friday 1.10 P M . Sunday Nov 22nd Covent Garden Collection (Mines CCU) And remember, all you collect goes to your personal total and could earn you one of these SUPER Saturday Nov 28th Great Sightseeing Challenge prizes: £ 5 0 A R A G ' 'Off Your Tree'' Mug Sunday Nov 29th Covent Garden Collection (RCS CCU) (Don't leave life without it) £ 1 5 0 A R A G mind blowingly cool T-shirt (Limited Edition) £ 3 0 0 A R A G Saturday Dec 5th Rag Raid mind & body blowingly cool sweat- shirt (very Limited Edition) £ 1 5 0 0 Sunday Dec 6th Covent Garden Collection (City & Guilds CCU)G pewter tankard (engraved A RA with your very name!) £anything Saturday Dec 12th BIG CHRISTMAS STUNT The satisfaction of helping charities (Invaluable) Wednesday Dec 15th Pub Carol Singing SO B E M A D ! B E S I L L Y ! B E P A R T O F IT! Page 10 'eature Felix 944 16th October 1992 ££MONOPOLY££ So you survived Tiddlywinks last the streets (usually its just the C C U enough money, hopefully listed 1:10pm Friday lunchtime. Saturday, had a great time, met execs!) as Chance and Community somewhere else on this page. You'll some people and drunk a pub Chest cards. A jail van and jailer have a great time and raise a dry or did you stay in bed all will also be roaming the streets, humongous amount of money for SO, B E M A D , B E S I L L Y , A N D day and miss the whole thing? This taking unsuspecting teams to charity, or you could stay in bed all B E P A R T O F IT Saturday you have another chance random board locations. day What would you rather be to be Mad, Silly and Part of it. The doing? event is Live Monopoly. Real people, real streets and real prizes. Finally, as well as the special If you want to know more, come Yes, this is not a bored game prizes the usual Rag incentives will along to the rag meeting in the Ents (sorry!) and we should raise loadsa be available to those who raise lounge opposite Da Vinci's at money for M E N C A P . So, how do you get involved? Get a team of four to six people together - Monopoly veterans will already have started grabbing people so do it now! And then turn up at Beit Quad on Saturday morning (tomorrow) from 10.00am. Each team gets a set of clues that will take you all over London and a collecting can. Fancy dress is optional but highly recommended - a large rabbit can get away with far more than Joe Student. Each clue relates to a street on the board of the original. This is especially useful if you want to win a prize. You need points and these can be earned by solving clues, collecting as much money as you can (rabbits and long legs.help!), carrying a team mascot and finally, treasure. 'Treasure' does not mean turning up with a hijacked police car number plate or Eros from Piccadilly - be original. If you can get an arrest warrant by haggle and grovel without a night in the cells or beg your way into a Fast Food uniform you may find extra points finding their way onto your score. Now I expect you want to know what you get out of it! Well apart from having loads of fun M E N C A P have got a storming set of prizes lined up for the top collectors of the day. These include a skiing trip in Andorra, a week at Plas Y Brenin watersports centre and loads of other things from C D players to record tokens. R A G also has sets of Sightseeing Guides (very useful for the Great Sightseeing Challenge aswell as getting the most out of London) for the winning five teams. So, it sounds fairly easy, but there are some complications - to keep your team on their toes. The C C U motorised mascots will be out on Rag runs rings round Eros Page 11 'eature 16th October 1992 Felix 944 Freedom in a plastic bag? Emma Keeling explores the newfound freedom of the first female condom In America, women didn't like it insertion, when it was covered with because it required too much very slimy plastic, was extremely touching, but the makers are difficult. And even when you have confident that British women will finished groping around inside have no such qualms. This yourself, you still have some of the supposition seems to be true as condom and the outer ring sticking Boots in Earls Court report that out of your vagina, which is Femidom, the new female condom somewhat of a passion-killer. M y is selling exceptionally well. partner said T was reminded of Whether this is just because they are making love to a sink plunger.' a novelty has yet to be seen. However, once it was inserted The first thing that struck me was and intercourse commenced, things the size of the box, which is hardly seemed to be getting better until he discreet at over 5" long and over withdrew and the whole contraption 3 1/2" wide (bigger than two packs came out with him. Not the best of cigarettes). Not the sort of thing thing to happen, especially as we that you could carry about in your hadn't finished. In the end we wallet. The second thing that abandoned the Femidom and shocked me was the price, £ 3 . 9 5 for continued without it; not a very three, which hardly compares successful experiment! favourably with male condoms. Because it is so new there are no So how can the female condom reliable figures on how effective the claim to be an improvement on the female condom is, either as a The Femidom and its packaging compared to the standard methods of contraception already contraceptive or as a protection male condom (pictured bottom right) available? Chartex International, against AIDS or other STDs, who manufacture Femidom, claim though the leaflet ventures it is that it is 'the first contraceptive' 'extremely effective'. This method product for women which provides of contraception doesn't provide protection against both pregnancy any protection for oral or anal sex IN A M I N I T U R E S U R V E Y O F I M P E R I A L C O L L E G E , F E L I X and sexually-transmitted diseases.' as a condom would do. F O U N D T H A T T H E Q U A L I T I E S O F T H E FEMIDOM COULD BE This may be true but a condom will SUMMARIZED BELOW; do this job too. It is also supposed to be 'soft and comfortable to use' WHAT PEOPLE THOUGHT OF and able to be inserted 'as quickly THE NEW FEMIDOM and easily as a tampon.' I had to see 7 wouldn't trust anything with a if these claims were true. seam in it. ' PLUS POINTS: Once you have got over the shock * Virtually odourless and tasteless. of the price and the box size, then 'Chance would be a fine thing.' * Improved sensitivity, compared to a condom. you have to cope with the look of * Can be inserted before the penis is erect so that it doesn't the 'product' (as the informative 'Looks even grosser than a interrupt intercourse. leaflet you get in the box refers to condom. ' the condom.) It is a 7" long seamed tube with a flexible ring at the top 'You can't even blow them up like with a diameter of over 3 1/2" and a condom. ' a smaller ring which is meant to go at the bottom, although it is 'I wouldn't use it it has completely removable for some absolutely no appeal whatsoever. ' reason. MINUS POINTS: The instructions suggest you 'It would definitely kill the mood.' * Big bulky boxes, difficult to carry about. 'might find it useful to practice on While your union president had the * Expensive & not available free from the Family Planning your own' if it the first time you following to say; 'A bit naughty Clinic at the moment. have tried Femidom and 'once you looking int it' !? * Advisable'to use extra lubrication - increased expense and feel comfortable about inserting inconvenience. Femidom, you can try using it with THOSE WHO HAD A C T U A L L Y * Doesn't contain a spermicide, such as Nonoxyl 9 which your partner' but at £ 3 . 9 5 for three USED T H E DEVISE H A D may help prevent AIDS. I wasn't prepared to waste any. V A R Y I N G OPINIONS: * Difficult to insert. The instruction leaflet was 'It was like trying to wallpaper the * May be pushed completely inside if insufficiently strangely reminiscent of a Tampax inside of a jam jar' ! lubricated. leaflet and you need a degree to understand it. It certainly brought 'It tastes of blended vegetable oil' humour into the sexual experience. Trying to maintain my tenuous 'Very comfortable and better to use grasp on the inner ring to keep it than a condom but far too difficult squeezed together for ease of to put in. ' Page 12 UNWRAP A CHRISTMAS GIFT ICI CHRISTMAS VACATION COURSES 92/93 ICI invites you to an informal presentation on Christmas courses and career opportunities for graduates and post graduates on Monday, 19 October 1992 at 5.45pm in Southside Teaching Facility A Buffet will be provided afterwards. 'eature 16th October 1992 Felix 944 By Monday, all things going to have already made up your mind as The fair is not only open to students CAREERS FAIR plan, there will be a large marquee covering two thirds of the Queen's to the field of work you wish to go into, but have yet to decide upon a grduating this year. Any student, whether it be just for interest or Lawn; the venue for this year's company. •• - looking for a summer vacation job, Imperial College Union Career's is very welcome. It is in your - Fair. On Tuesday at 9.30am the The fair is open on both Tuesday interest to make the most of this doors open giving you the best and Wednesday of next week from opportunity especially given the opportunity of finding yourself a job 9.30am. It is worth attending on current climate where for the first after you have graduated. A wide both days, as some companies are time, graduates ^ r e having range of employers are again only coming for one day as can be difficulties in going straight into a attending this year, with companies seen by the stand layout to the right. career. from backgrounds of Accountancy, Most of the companies will have - i - IMPERIAL "^V r~ C O L L E G E ' Engineering, Scientific Research, brochures and application forms at This fair is for your benefit. The Oil, B a nki ng , Computer their stands; these can be taken companies are here for you. This Software.. .and others. The away and read at length afterwards. is your best opportunity to find employers are here, not to interview yourself employment. Make the you, but for you to interview them. A list of deadlines of application most of it! They will not be making any forms can be obtained from the judgement upon you, but are here Careers Service Office, room 310 Jeremy Burnell, for you to decide which career Sherfield Building. Careers Fair Manager. CAREERS FAIR would best suit you. Or maybe you Fair or Unfair? Find out next Tuesday and Wednesday on the Queen's Lawn r-COLLEGE" The IC Careers Fair is different good at? The Careers Service has Your questions from many of the other Careers two computer aided careers Prepare a few questions to get you Fairs you may experience. Firstly, guidance systems, G R A D S C O P E started with each one. What it is attended by employers who are and P R O S P E C T , which may help, opportunities do you have for a particularly interested in meeting and there are also work books you ****ist? Can I get Chartered students, graduates and can go through on your own. Engineering status with your postgraduates from Imperial company? Do you prefer College. Secondly, it is situated on Interests, Abilities, Skills and postgraduates for any of your CAREERS FAIR the Queen's Lawn in the heart of Values vacancies? At which location do College and so is immediately These are the interests you have most graduates start? What are the accessible to us all. And thirdly, it such as in engineering or science, career development prospects? Is a is not so crowded that you have to managerial or administrative, foreign language important? What 19^92 wait for ages for a discussion with an employer. So you have no excuse for not turning up. literary or verbal. Your abilities such as problem-solving, numeracy or social confidence. Your skills travel is necessary in the U K or abroad? Why do you like working for Intergalactic Industries? such as designing, planning or Do your prep analysing. And your values such as Their questions Preparation is all important! Think independence, variety or security. Be prepared for employers to take • 'IMPERIAL^ 1 about how you can get the most an interest in ypu and expect some ^ COLLEGE from the two days, what you need Occupations probing questions. What sort of to say to impress employers, and You may wish to remain with your work are you seeking? Why are you what you want to learn from them. degree discipline or to think about interested in us? How is your a different career. There are a wide degree course going? What is your And homework range to choose from—Engineering most significant achievement at Do some homework by reading up to Education, Science to Selling and College? What have you learnt about the organisations which are Accountancy to Zoo Keeping. about yourself during your studies? attending. You can get quick Match your personal qualities with What are your strengths? And CAREERS FAIR information from the various what you are good at and enjoy weaknesses? What do you mean by employer directories such as doing and so choose an occupation. a management career? R O G E T , G O and G E T , available from the IC Careers Service, Employers And finally Sherfield—room 310. And read the Once you've sorted out who you The IC Careers Fair should help excellent Careers Fair brochure. are, and what sort of occupation you to start on your career search. you are seeking, you can begin to You may even end up joining one Clueless? market yourself to potential of the employers you meet. Give If you haven't a clue what you want employers. Approach each one as yourself a flying start by good to do, now is the time to start if they were your chosen, ideal and preparation. And if you need some -7 I M P E R I A L S thinking seriously about yourself. preferred employer. Be advice, call at the IC Careers * - COLLEGE — ' What are your particular interests, enthusiastic, it is infectious and you Service Stand at the Careers Fair. abilities, skills and values? What do will be remembered. John Simpson, Director, you enjoy doing and what are you IC Careers Service. Page 14 'eature Felix 944 16th October 1992 National FIRE EXIT Ernst & Madge FIRE EXIT Bankers Grid C o . Young Networks Trust KPMG BDO Chevron Procter & EASAMS Arthur Northern SmithKline Schlumberger Peat Mobil Oil Binder UK Ltd Gamble Limited Andersen Telecom Beecham Audit Marwick Hamlyn British Commi Rail ssion Defence Johnson Monsanto Midland I Grant Thornton Logica Price Waterhouse Research Agency Matthey Technology Centre PLC Thames Water Utilities Ltd Bank EH w z w Government Teaching I Ricardo International Statistical Service Derwent Publications Unilever UKCR Rolls - Royce Ove Arup Partnership BOC Andersen Consulting as Career a Air o« Products! Kodak Pic John IC National Barclays United Banque W.S. British Brown Careers Physical Bank Pic Biscuits Indosuez Atkins Steel Construction Service Laboratory Du Pont HMGCC ( U K ) Ltd DTI / M i n i s t r y of Army Touche Ford Motor B.T. Scientists & Defence Officer Ross Co. Ltd T e ch n o l g i st s FIRE EXIT MAIN DES-DSG ENTRANCE Tuesday 20th October MAIN DINING HALL ANTE-ROOM SHERFIELD The Fairground.. National FIRE EXIT Ernst & Madge FIRE EXIT Grid C o . Young Networks Voluntary Procters Arthur SmithKline Services Schlumberger Mobil Oil Fisons Gamble Andersen Beecham Overseas British Rail Defence Grant Monsanto Thames Water Logica Price Waterhouse Research I Thornton Agency PLC Utilities Ltd EH w z w Recruitment PA Ricardo London Derwent & Rolls - Ove Arup Andersen Consulting International Underground Publications Assessment Royce Partnership Consulting Group Services Esso Group John IC Banque W.S. British Brown Careers Indosuez Atkins Steel Construction Service Du P o n t l ( U K ) Ltd DTI / Ford Motor Scientists & Co. Ltd Technolgists FIRE EXIT MAIN ENTRANCE Wednesday 21st October MAIN DINING HALL ANTE-ROOM SHERFIELD Page 15 Clubs & Societies 16th October 1992 Felix 944 Youth Hostelling 300km south of Paris, we arrived at the campsite on Sunday night. On Monday the heavens opened crossed in the course of this walk. During a high-velocity descent of an ice slope several members sustained but an intrepid group walked minor injuries too embarrassing to upwards to a mountain refuge via detail. The day ended with the the Cirque de Gavarnie and were group invading a restaurant where rewarded with impressive views of much food and wine was consumed. La Breche de Roland (see photo). Friday was a rest day starting The rest of us sat in a cafe until the with a shopping trip from where we rain eased slightly. continued to Lowdes. Most of the The next day • started with a group got soaking wet walking shopping trip to Luz St Sauveur round various articles of religious before an ascent of Pic dAyre (some interest while the other one went to 2416m above sea level), the Portugal, where it didn't rain. weather having improved by a quite On Saturday those who had not astonishing degree. yet ascended le Taillon did so, while By Wednesday conditions were the rest of the group tackled Mont uncomfortably hot. One group Perdu, the highest peak of the trip ascended to the mountain refuge hut at 3355m. Take it from those who from the bottom of the valley via know; it was knackering. large quantities of loose scree, After hanging around Luz St while a second group drove the van Sauveur on Sunday morning we up a mountain road and took a proceeded to the culinary highlight shorter route to the refuge from of the trip: a visit to an authentic where they further ascended le Basque goat's cheese farm. After Taillon (3144m) which gave them three odorous hours we finally got remarkable views of the entire what we went for: the free cheese Pyrenee mountain chain. Two and wine, very good it was, too. masochistic members combined the On Monday we packed up and walks and ascended le Taillon from headed north to Beaugency, to the the bottom of the valley (about youth hostel there, and on Tuesday 1350m above sea level). onwards to Calais. After an interesting night's sleep By Tuesday night many of us in the refuge (this is a euphenism) were to be found in the Union Bar. On the morning of Saturday 29 Union van, including the terrors of the group climbed further up the A mediocre end to an otherwise August at some obscenely early the Paris Peripherique, and seven scree slopes, through the Breche excellent trip. Next year: the hour twelve members of Imperial and into Spain. Himalayas in four days? days camping, walking, falling College Youth Hostelling The group split up with some If any of this appeals to you, Association left L o n d o n for over, drinking and sampling French members ascending Pic du Marbore contact R Richards (Aero 2) or see Gavarnie, a spa town in the French cuisine. (3248m), the highest peak on the us in Southside Upper Lounge on Pyrenees. After spending the night in a rim of the Cirque. The photo shows Thursday at 12.30pm. Ahead of us lay two days in a youth hostel in Poitiers, some some of the scree and ice slopes R Harpin, P Davison. "he islands of Indonesia Emeralds of the equator. This volcanoes, making the land fertile and sculpture. The traditional reliable ways to generate wealth. beautiful phrase aptly describes the and ideal for farming. family house of West Sumatra, One such attempt is tourism. It is geography of Indonesia. Located on Indonesia ranks as the fourth known as rumah gadang, is one a curious fact that Indonesia is not the hemisphere line of our globe most populous country in the world example of fine Indonesian well known despite it being the spanning 3,000 miles of ocean from with a population of over 180 architecture with its distinctive largest archipelago in the world and east to west are 13,000 islands, million. The people inhabit over horn-shaped roofs. Dynamic the fourth largest nation on earth. collectively known as the 3,000 islands, the main ones being Balinese dances, full of religious Perhaps because of its sheer size Indonesian archipelago. Most of Jawa, Sumatra, Malimantan, rituals and symbolism, have and diversity, many people are only them are abundantly covered by Sulawesi and Irian Jaya. They come enchanted so many visitors. aware of a tiny part of Indonesia, luscious green tropical forests, from hundreds of ethnic groups and Javanese batik paintings are well like Bri. Encouragingly, though, home for a rich variety of speak around 200 different known world wide. Wood more parts of the vast country are vegetation and wildlife. From giant languages. To communicate freely sculptures are abundant, with now beginning to emerge in the eye Rafflesia Arnoldi, the biggest they speak Bahasa Indonesia, the different regions exhibiting unique of world tourism and with its warm flower in the world, to immaculate national language. characteristics. welcome, breathtaking scenery and wild orchids and from one-horned Cultural and religious diversity The Republic of Indonesia an intriguing blend of cultures and rhinos that roam the westernmost has always been an integral part of became a sovereign state in 1945 traditions the nation is confident that part of Jawa island to cenderawasih Indonesian society. However, they after several centuries of Dutch it has much to offer to visitors in of Irian Jaya, the paradise bird. have a tolerant attitude which assists colonisation. Members of the coming years. As one old Surrounded by the sea the them to live harmoniously side by Parliament are elected every five Indonesian proverb says 'tak kenal archipelago boasts a warm sunny side and form a colourful national years during a General Election, the maka tak sayang', meaning we do climate which is made pleasant by mosaic. The character is fittingly last was held in the middle of this not love something until we know the ocean breeze. Most parts of contained in the national motto, year. it well. Therefore, we hope you Indonesia are moutainous with 'Unity in Diversity'. Apart from The main source of income used enjoy this evening and leave with beautiful mountain scenery and language, the cultural diversity to be oil and other natural a knowledge and love of our dramatic lakes and cliffs. Many of manifests itself in architecture, resources. However, the nation has country. 'Selamat Menikmati'. those mountains are active music, traditional dance, paintings been trying to develop other, more Page 16 Clubs & Societies Felix 9 4 4 16th October 1992 Turkish Party Goodfellas on 1991/92 was a successful year for FRESHERS PARTY and IC Turkish Society. The members ANNUAL MEETING 92/93 at 17:30, today in the Southside Thursday have enjoyed exciting day trips to Alton Towers and Leeds Castle. The Annual dinner with live lounge. There will be elections for the new committee as well as; From the director of Goodfellas, innocent daughter Danielle, a Turkish music has also brought Chairman, Vice Chairman, filmsoc brings you Martin teenager who is just finding her together members for another Treasurer and Secretary. Scorsese's acclaimed Cape Fear, a womanhood, played by Juliette happy event. Refreshments will be provided. nail-biting remake of the 1962 Lewis, alone together. Packed with This academic year, it is time to So come along and enjoy your time classic thriller of the same name. suspense and horror, the film join the Turkish Society again. We and get into the Turkish spirit. Fourteen years earlier, defence culminates in an epic fight to the would like to invite you to the E Turkbeyler ext. 6253 lawyer Sam Bowden (Nick Nolte) end featuring excellent special hid vital evidence which would have shortened hardened criminal Max Cady's sentence for violent rape. effects. Billed as this year's Silence of the Lambs, this gripping 'good- versus-evil' story also has cameo Gliding , Now released from jail, Cady, appearances from the stars of the After a storming response at trial flighters struggled to Lasham, who is a strangely tattooed Robert original version (Gergory Peck and Freshers' Fair, we ran our first only to ponder the rain and mist all de Niro, is understandably bitter, Robert Mitchum) for you to spot. Trial Flights last weekend. Saturday day. Sorry to all those involved, but and decides to make Bowden 'learn So get into the mood for was cold but saw some spectacular I hope Jane had a fun day with about loss' with cries of 'Vengeance Halloween a week later, and let flying as pilots struggled back low Nick! is Mine' and generally being a bit Filmsoc scare you, at 7.30pm on over the airfield from ridge-soaring The club should soon have (well, a lot) of a sadist. Throughout Thursday 22nd. Doors open at the South Downs. A l l except one another instructor as Sarah Harland the film's 127 minutes, Cady 7.00pm, entrance is only 90p for down for Trial Flights joined after was accepted onto an A i r relentlessly pursues each member of members (membership £ 6 . 5 0 a thoroughly exhilarating day's Experience Instructor's course. Bowden's family, with sexual including first film free) and £ 1 . 9 0 flying. If you want to find out what the tension added by Bowden's wife for non-members, and it promises However, Sunday proved an fuss is about, come along any Leigh (Jessica Lange), and one of to be a memorable and popular unmitigated disaster. The transport Thursday at 1pm to Aero the most memorable scenes being film. broke down and after three went 266—follow the signs. that with Cady and Bowden's home disappointed, the other six T h e m o u n t a i n o f Pelio n Although the crisis in Yugoslavia foreign visitors pass through Volos friendly embulience and creative That burst like chestnuts and the has retained the 'wave of tourists' on their way to the fine hotels of the philosophy, but also vigorous aghas fall, coming from northern Greece by villages of Pelion. In the summer unfetted strength. To see Chronaina, daughter-in-law car, the number of tourists scored season they come in search of the The history of Pelion is very of the brave Katsouras, a record and undoubtedly the Greek pleasures of the sea. In winter they long. It is full of battles and Fight like a warrior by her Organisation of Tourists deserves a climb up for the ski centre. invasions. There is the Frankish children's side. 'bravo'. Whatever the season, visitors to period around 1200 A D where To see Souipena, for all her eighty Apart from the unique Greek Pelion derive the greatest pleasure Pelion became colony of Benetians. years, islands there were many other from the natural beauty and scenic The 13th and 14th centuries brought Carrying cold water to refresh our places in the Greek mainland which charm of this friendly, smiling bloody looting raids to Pelion at the heroes. attracted many tourists and visitors mountain. It's a unique place hands of Albanians, Catalans and To see Malioufena, a young girl still mainly because of their beauty and because it can combine the quite then Serbians. Fortunately, all those in her prime, traditional Greek culture and mountainous landscape together raids were shortly pushed back to Shoot with her right hand, slash hustory. with the golden sands by the clear the west and north of Greece by the with her left, The mountain of Pelion is found blue sea. then Byzantine emperors The heads of aghas fell, the bodies on the east part of Thessaly in The traditional houses have Katakouzinos and Emmanual. of Albanians too, central Greece. The small villages unique features which will impress Thessaly came finally under the And even if in our Makrinitsa the which are spread on the mountain even the most casual visitor. They unbearable lasting Turkish rule in battle was lost, retain a traditional architecture are three-storied on one side usually 1423. The monasteries and some Our country has won glory, honour, which—combined with the beautiful at the front, and one storied on the towerhouses became nuclei for fame. forests of chestnut trees—have a other, inspired by the regions' steep rebellions. After numerous As Spartan women fought like men, memorable view. The closest city incline. The other peculiar feature unsuccessful revolutions Pelion and As Soulian women won fame in is the city of Volos and this is the is the beautiful drawings-patterns the whole area of Thessaly were Epirus, point of departure. It is a modern around the windows and the false liberated and became again part of So Makrinits's women heaped industrial city almost entirely built windows enclosing the overhanging the Greek state in 1878. Pelion with glory. in recent years after considerable balconies. The road which leads Finally, during the Second World Chris Leontopoulos, destruction by earthquakes. Lolkos through the village is narrow, steep War hundreds of inhabitants were VP ICU Hellenic Society. is the name of the small ancient and unbelievably twisty (a great executed by the Germans. I must profusely apologise to harbour in Volos from which in pleasure for the real drivers!). The following folk song is about Chris for the layout of his article Greek mythology, Jason and the Many British travel writers have the herioc part the women of Pelion last w e e k . I c a n g u a r a n t e e his Argonauts set out in search of the written articles about Perkio, the played during the battles of 1878. orders will be followed to the famous golden fleece. place where the mythologial Come out your Turks from Larissa tee, if h e c a n p r o v i d e m e w i t h a The unique charm of Pelion and Centaurs (half-man half-horse) and aghas from the Kastro full typeset page by Monday the Greek province have greatly lived. The centaurs were teachers, To see the war your subject Greeks 1 pm every week. Otherwise, opened up the area for tourism. advisors and companions of gods, are making, c o u l d he leave these decisions to Throughout the year but especially demigods, heroes and ordinary To hear the Makrinitsa guns, the t h o s e w h o deal w i t h t h e m all the in summer, thousands of Greek and mortals, they were a symbol of long-armed guns time. Page 1 7 R eviews 16th October 1992 Felix 9 4 4 Shark Week Can you remember last Monday? I'm not sad, neurotic or paranoid Could you even remember it last and have no capacity for misery Tuesday? It seems like an eternity whatsoever,. With constantly ago. Perspex Whiteout. Now reminding myself of my there's a name. Sounds vaguely cheerfulness. It became something familiar. Perhaps I saw them. Were of a chore to have fun on Monday they the miserable lot downstairs, night in spite of that I still enjoyed or the mythical, almost legendary Sunscreem, who played a support band upstairs? Who knows? felicitation and frolicsome set. They I'm just a miserable third year; I bubbled, they frothed, they broke don't care about the bands, I've got new ground in a milkshake volcano. to get a J-O-B this year. I need to Were you there? D'you get some earn some D-Marks. In the real techno in your soul? Or were you world. This isn't the real world, just too fuckin' grim? Some freshers 'enjoying' themselves. young fresher, or possibly even the lesser spotted freshette: This is a FELIX REVIEWS T E A M dream, a figment of your Perspex Whiteout: Lise Yates Government's imagination, a Sunscreem: Mr Spoons fantasy, an illusion. It's N O T real. The Rockingbirds: Peb This isn't really happening. You're The Nutty Boys: Mav just a pawn in someone else's game. What's more, you're not even on the winning side. Look around you. The Nutty Boys: well, it beats me Do those people look real? Are they as to what they were like. I went credible? How about him, three and had a kebab five minutes before rows from the front, fourth from the they came on, and consequently left? Can you believe that he really missed the whole gig. Still, from exists outside this place? Look at the what I heard, the performance was lecturer, for God's, sake. Do you "interesting" to say the least. A l l really, truly, believe, deep down, the Madness fans I spoke to gave in your heart of hearts, that anyone,. favourable reports, so it seems anyone would ever give him a job? pretty fair to say it was a decent gig. This place. Your home, your But then I'm not a Madness fan, so workplace, your life. It's mad, and I would've probably hated it it's turning you mad too. You're anyway. going round the bend and you've • Rockingbirds are featured on only been here for a fortnight. Look Heavenly's Charity Right Said Fred at the third years, the fourth years, ep out October 26 look what it's done to them... look what it's done to me. Frightening stuff... Perspex Whiteout will be massive within two years, and you can call me Lise if it isn't true. Sunscreem, that annoying little blonde woman (slight return) What is the point? You had fun, didn't you? They were fun, weren't they? What more do you want? Strange but True The songs were there. 'Gradually Nol: The Rockingbirds Learning', 'Searching' and the Alan Tyler, lead vocalist and tribute 'Jonathan, Jonathan'. Even virtuoso acoustic guitar player is their cover version of the Fred's none other than our friendly 'Deeply Dippy'. I had fun. They deputy president, Rick Bilby. were fun. But there should be more. Rick has been leading this A one dimensional group that secret double life for some time provides simple entertainment is now, but was unavailable for fine, as far as it goes. But add to comment after their that an intuitive sense of timing, the performance on Friday night. ability to captivate an audience. Boris, ace theatre reviewer for What more can say, very little as trend-setting student newspaper a matter of fact. This is the Felix plays drums (remember problem, with spending an entire the wasted looking one at the summer in Portsmouth where the back), making the whole affair most interesting thing that happened nice and friendly. all summer was the filming of a few Rumours that last year's I C U episodes of M r Bean on the president, one Zoe Hellinger seafront. (tea-leaf extraodinaire), plays Oh, by the way, their version of bass for the leading country and The Fred's 'Deeply Dippy' was western combo are almost splendid. completely without foundation. Roll n' Rickingbirds There is mi review of the comedy night because i>ne of the aci Page 18 did the seemingly impossible and offended Poddy R eviews Felix 944 16th October 1992 Mooosic The Young Gods —Kilburn National Ballroom Apparently, The Young Gods are great. Judging by the queue outside The K-Creative—Question so refreshing to hear a group with Frontline Assembly— Blade the venue, they could well be. Even Everything Done Style but not A Style. Its not that If you're after a stirring electro-beat Steve Mack of That Petrol Emotion I'm worried. I can see it all now is trends are a problem, some of the with no concessions, Frontline can't blag his way in on the guest clinging lycra and crumpled shell people that follow them like sheep Assembly take no prisoners with list, they're that popular. (Either suit. A little boutique somewhere are. their latest album 'Blade'. This that or Steve Mack has failed to along Oxford Street. The nose- This is not a masterpiece. Rather makes the most severe Shaman look realise that he is a rock nobody bleed Belgian 'ardcore ceases. They it is the start of what should be a like a simpering cissy. The whole these days...What do you mean, he play a mellow track. Still up front, rather momentous career. is a violent onslaught of the latest 1 always was!). Meat Beat Manifesto still trendy. After all if they play it Peb technology, which rattles the bars do the honours as support. That's on Kiss F m it must be good. • Out now on Talkin' Loud. We of rigid hardcore cells. about all they do though. N o Problem is, nobody listens, ever. have some money-off However, this is nothing new to Charisma. No Presence. No Talent. Massive Attack's 'Blue Lines' vouchers kickin' around the office Frontline Assembly. Any of the No Thanks. springs to mind. Remembered for if you want one. K-Creative play eight tracks is fully represenative of At around 10.20 The Young the dancy, charty 'Unfinished Queen Mary College tomorrow, any of their albums—no catchy Gods take the stage to a wild frenzy Sympathy', not the masterful excess South Bank Uni on Thursday and tunes, just a concept. Hey! didn't of stage diving and incredible noise. of 'Hymn of the Big Wheel'. It is U C L on 30th. we review this one back in '89? By 10.30 I have made my first If you're a fan, it's another discovery...The Young Gods are variation to grace your airwaves. If utter bollocks! you're not, find out why it's still My second discovery? There's a Neneh Cherry—Money Love Radiohead —Creep ep selling after all this ageless time. tube at 10.40 that takes you swiftly Strange words Money and Love put When I played this ep I thought it She Who Shall Remain and safely back to Baker Street. together yet many say they are was so good that I rushed out to buy Nameless McCarter inseparable, an interesting view it, before I realised that I already • Out now on Third Mind. (OK, I'll cut the crap). Getting back had it, so I didn't need to buy it. So The double album commences to the record, the tune didn't even I came back and played it again. It Siouxsie & The Banshees— where 'Once Upon A Time' left us stick in my head which makes me started off mellow with 'creep' and Twice Upon A Time LP stranded. From 'Swimming Horses' either deaf or the song average iurgee' so I lit some incense and Well, what a week this is with three to 'Dazzle' this is the album for us (possibly both!). That being said, I mellowed out before jumping sinister releases. It was time for minions bemused by the plethora of seem to remember hearing it on around the room when 'Inside M y Felix to dust the crypt and revive Siouxsie albums. This is our M T V a few times so it can't be (or Head' and ' M i l l i o n D o l l a r the ancients. terrifyingly serene Queen. can it?). Anyway, it sure doesn't Question' came on. So, in the beginning, there was The second disk sees a more pack it like 'Raw like Sushi's' (the 'Million Dollar Question' was my Siouxsie. A n d Siouxsie was mature and varied vein. No one last album) songs did. Not specially fave track—slightly reminiscent of Darkness. And then the Manager could forget 'Peek-a-Boo', cherishable stuff (ARRG). the Stuffies whilst still remaining said let there be more. A n d lo, she lightened by her toe-tapping Moo Co. Ltd. original and fresh. created. Siouxsie is eternal and has 'Passenger' and 'This Wheel's On • Out now on Circa. The album This ep is excellent—get it. metamorphosed to fit her Fire'. The compilation is concluded 'Homebrew' is released on October Lily. environment. She listens to what is with releases from Suspicion and 26. • OUt now on Parlophone. happ'nin, so writes The Tune for her ultimate 'Face to Face', the Batman Returns. She releases terrifyingly serene theme from A N O T H E R compilation and we Batman Returns. Buy it and be adore her. enawed. Suzanne Vega: 99.9F The 4 Of Us —Man Alive 'Twice Upon A Time' is the She Who Shall Remain I'd like to say I hated it, you'd like This is the first release by Irish band pinnacles of her career, the Nameless to hear I hated it and.. .1 enjoyed it The 4 Of Us for two years—their melodies that have kept her Great. • Out now on Polydor. (sorry). Sure, it wasn't raptures of last ep 'Baby Jesus' reached the the ecstatic delight, but that's not what top 3 in the Irish charts. They've the album's all about anyway. It's just completed a short U K tour and a calm record and it makes a change had a few gigs in the US before that. from 'In the corner of the corner, 'Man Alive' is the title single from ther's a corner that's a corner' their new album which will be (a.k.a. ' T o m ' s D i n e r ' ) . The released shortly. acoustic guitar has replaced the The album version (on the B side) drum machine and Suzanne's voice is catchy and lyrical and bodes well has replaced the sampled vocals. So for the quality of their forthcoming much for the style, what about the album. content? Well, as always, it ranges The two mixes on the other hand from mediocre to not bad. Nothing are long and tedious—the first is a mind blowing but nothing you'd seven minute dance mix of the song have to fast forwards past and the second is nine minutes long (especially difficult on a vinyl). I and is just a repetitive sample of the especially enjoyed 'Fat man and words 'don't stop'. So you might as dancing Girl' and 'In Liverpool' well just wait for the album to come that being the first single released out to get the decent version of from the album. The kind of record 'Man Alive'. you fall asleep to, but in a pleasant Lily slumber rather than a bored snooze. • Out now on Columbia/Sony. Moo Co. Ltd • Out now on A & M . The 4 of Us: Don't just stand there, GET IN FOCUS! Page 19 Reviews 16th October 1992 Felix 944 Pele, Fireworks, CD-single song ('dance' rhyming with Indigo Girls, angry. Emily is more Joni Mitchell, Pele is not only the world famous 'romance'), but in a nice jazz Hammersmith Odeon but catch that lyrical surgery. The football hero, but also a roughly two inspired mood. The Indigo Girls are not famous in dropping honey only hides the bitter year-old band from Liverpool, Another Ian Prowse composition Britain. That's why they have to pill of satire. The subjects covered, having set out to become heroes in is 'Time for Treason', which I support the Neville Brothers". They caressed and tossed away included: the music business. found hard to make sense of. While don't have this problem in their reincarnation, Virginia Woolf, Listening to the single the title promises subversive, 'biting native Georgia, U S A . There;, even ghosts, the milk of human kindness, 'Fireworks' I find music which is social comment' (which the band neighbours likeRJSM drop in for an windy cities and the futility of mainly based on folk. There is a has also been credited for), the occasional album track. degrees. Yes, we need this sort of busker-like strummed acoustic music sounds more like a Still, they started simply with stuff. Protest songs have developed guitar, violin, piano, accordion, celebration song, celebrating tracks from their p'revious albums. from the brick-in-your-face hammond organ and a straight perhaps the Utopian vision Just A m y , Emily and a collection approach. Not that it hurts any less, forward rhythm group. expressed in the chorus: 'We'll all of guitars. Very nice but not too but now you have to think about it Nevertheless, the producer be sharing our juice'. Good vision interesting for the average punter. first. managed to create a sound which is to me, as long as they leave me Another acoustic duo, kitted out Still it nearly went horribly far from acoustic, but which is some beer. The C D finishes up with with denim and working boots. wrong at the end. 'Now,' said simply honest pop, adding even a a verson of the almost traditional Amy has a bit of an affinity for head Emily, 'this is a song by Bob quite familiar sounding brass back- anti-World War I tune 'The banging, but that was about it. Not Dylan'. Again, the busker up to the already dense sound Greenfields of France', a welcome until they started on their new syndrome reaps another harvest; cluster. relief from the previous pop sounds, material from 'Rites of Passage' did 'Rolling Stone' or 'Watchtower' 'Fireworks' is a lively, animating the monotonous violin and ever- the spark of inspiration become madam? But no. A victory was tune which surely gets the crowd rattling vocals of Ian Prowse, apparent. plucked from the jaws of folk moving at a live gig, but it's nothing backed up by an extremely shy When they added Sara Lee (ex- sterility by 'Tangled up in Blue' like you've never heard before. That's female voice. This still continues B52s) on bass, Budgie Banshee on Bob would have shaved his 'beard' not a great flaw, however, as any throughout the 'Greenfields', but drums plus a couple of assorted for. It was rambling and eccentric folk music is of such kind (ho-ho). that song proves only slightly fiddle and cello players, things were in all the right places before it ButPele's style is neither, and this vulnerable. I like the version that a looking up. Then we were off. A finally staggered to a ragged is annoying. friend of mine recorded with his gallop through half the album, conclusion. We had heard the light; The remaining three tracks on the 4-track better, though. stopping only for guitar changes. it was somewhere between blue and mini-CD were produced by Pele O f this C D single I sould say: A The song credits are shared between violet. themselves and are slightly less few good shots, but none has hit the the trio. Amy, firmly in the little Tintin overladen, but they're still not goal, Pele\ The sixties used to be known grunge-folk tradition, bites 9Right of Passage is out now on getting rid of the all-too-obviously a better time. the heads off jelly babies. Boy is she Epic. radio and chart compatible sound. Jan. 'Moondance' is a Van Morrison • Out now on M&G/Polydor. cover version, a rather simple love The Frank & Walters, Radiohead, Astoria 9/10/92 Radiohead are not, as is commonly believed one band. They are two. The first band are noisy and crap. The second half are mellower, although not totally menace-free, and you can hear the words. This might not be a very trendy viewpoint to hold, and probably makes me sound like your parents, but that's just'the way it is. I like to know what is being sung about. Maybe I'm too old. This second half sings songs like 'Creep', which you will have heard, and not known it. It is (in case you can't be bothered to read the review of it elsewhere on this page-Poddy) a slow smouldering anthem for the lovesick. I think. The Frank And Walters were kind of crazy as per usual. A l l the favourites were there, Michael, Andy James, Laurence Olivier, Angela Cray, and what's more, they threw loads of plastic toys at the faithful after their traditional slaughtering of 'Funky C o l d Medina'. How can you live without this band? Lise Yates • Frank & Walters' 'Trains, Boats And Planes' is out on October 26 through Setanta/Go! Discs. 'Creep' A miserable fat bastard, Not in any way relevant to PWEI is out now on Parlophone. R eviews Felix 944 16th October 1992 Indigo Girls, purpley wurpley woo. PWEI; featuring Clint 'no relation' Mansell. The Family Cat—River of Stare—Mood ep Pop Will Eat Itself, Diamonds (12") I've never heard anything by this Eat, Scorpio Rising For the benefit of Freshers The last time I heard The Family band before and judging by this Brixton Academy, 10/10/92 Jonty (Editor Ed): A,A,B,B Poddy (Music Ed): A.A.A.A.B Cat was when they were playing at promo I'll be a very happy man if Let's face it. Concerts are meant to Beccy (Features Ed): B,C.C one of the freshers' parties last year, I don't hear a fucking peep out of be L O U D . When they're not loud, Dcclan (News Ed): Won't tell Catherine (Reviews Ed): Unknown and if you weren't there—GET A them again! This may have been they don't feel right. And Scorpio James (What's On Ed): A,B,B L I F E . But having said that, you pop-kid heaven a while back but Rising aren't loud tonight. So they Ian (Box Ed): A.A,A,V4A James G (Business Manager): Too Many didn't miss much because they were you can only have so many don't feel right. I think that's the Simon (James's other half) Ask James shite. Kingmakers and the like. I dunno, problem. And the lack of dry ice. Anyway getting over my initial maybe Stare are still trying to pull And the relative containment of the hangups and actually listening to it all the girls they used to play in strobes. It's just not right, okay? 'River of Diamonds' is surprisingly front of in the school hall! Eat will pop itself. Yes, very O K , swirling guitars and cool Stare are one of those bands funny, Ange, now get your kit off. vocals but certainly didn't deserve where the few bits you like you're And stop throwing C D s at me. to be the title track. sure you've heard elsewhere, mind They can be quite a shock when 'Sandbag O f Your Heart' is much you the same could be said for most you're just standing there, straing better with anger and attitude just of the bits that fuck you off as well! at the fairy lights on the drumkit, oozing out of the record. A n intense Both musically and lyrically the ep when a huge volley of C D s comes mixture of fuzzy, feedbacking is uninspiring with the title track racing through the skies. Still, it's guitars and solid vocals makes it winning the prize for being the most nice to see 'Golden Egg' returning easily the best track. But as an instantly forgettable. to the set after its recent holiday in overall concept there's nothing but O f the three tracks 'No Way' is the South of France. blandness. the one that pisses me off the most ... And then it all went dark. The Final track on that ominous other for being one of those Generation curtain falls, and at last a half decent side, ' T o m Verlaine' (yes, a Terrorists tracks. You know the light show kicks in to full effect. But Television reference!) sounds type 'it's all the old bastards' faults, PWEI seem intent on denying their vaguely Bfur-ish but with more mind you daddy did fork out a past. However unsavoury it might angry guitar playing. Quite possibly grand for this lovely guitar and seem, it's still theirs. And while the TV (Tom Verlaine, Television) amp'. Yeah, go talk some sense you they give a pretty, pretty influence, but too middle-of-the- twats: it's really shite trying to perfunctory run through of all of road (i.e. shite). mimic the Manics! their new album, there's precious I couldn't help noticing 'vocal At various points on the final little else; to be precise, two from concept courtesy of Polly Harvey' track, 'Prince of Wales R d ' , the 'Cure For Sanity', three from 'This scrawled on the back cover, and band manage to sound like a poor Is This' and a solitary 'There Is No thought why did PJ 'You leave me man's Cure but even this is let down Love'. Considering that they now so dry' Harvey associate herself by the weak vocals present have four albums worth of material, with such a naff band? throughout the ep. Maybe trying a more varied set would not go Anyway overall the attitude's sorn,ething different could help this amiss. Are they ashamed of their sound, but in terms of potential, band (like bribing the reviewers), previous work, now that the blame Ange gets his 'kit' off. they have about as much of it as a but who am I to judge? for creating EMF and the obnoxious bottle of flat coke. If eve there was a band who could 25th Of May lies fairly and squarely NOTE FOR FRESHERS: This : tin' xtmit/iuri Felix Lucas drive me Stare-crazy, this is the on their shoulders? Does anyone Ettt photo. You will xef it again NEXT WEEK: Airlmul. • Out now on Dedicated. one. want a piece of squidgy Blu-tak? Jon Knight Lise Yates. Page 21 R eviews 16th October 1992 Felix 944 2000 A D Mandarin Books have released six cop is like Dirty Harry and set it 20 graphic novels (ie. comic books) of years in the future so you've got all six of the most popular stories that sorts of weird villains and it went The interviews have appeared in 2000 A D and the from there. Felix; Are they going to change the Judge Dredd Megazine. Us being the fortunates and elitists that we are name when we catch up with of the year, managed to wangle an interview 2000AD? with some of the people behind these masterpieces. David; Well no, for every year that we advance it goes one year in Judge Dredd The man in charge, editor of all Dredds world too so he'll always be the stories in 2000AD, M r David ahead of us. Why change the name. It's such a brand name. and his editor... Bishop had a few words to say on the future of their best loved Felix; How deeply would you say character. you were involved in 2000AD, is Felix; Is Judge Dredd likely be it your life? cloned? David; It's not my life, I do have David; Well, they have a tradition a life outside, not a very big one but in Megacity that if somebody is a it is there. I purchased it for a small great Judge before they die they price. You can't just be comics, take a sample of the D N A so they you'd end up looking up your own can clone them forever more and posterior. Felix; How often do you do, how they keep a big chunk of them like Felix; Do you think the artists are often do you donn your togs and be an arm or a leg and use it for the becoming too blood-thirsty. Judge Dredd for the day. cloning. So once he does eventually David; We-have our limits. We Roger; It depends I mean, at the peg out or gets killed probably in never show women or children moment it's like once a week, the line of duty, I'm thinking he getting hurt or killed. A l l our minimum so it just goes from there. should go out in a blaze of glory just violence is shown using futuristic Any where that I am needed. We because he's that kind of guy, they weapons, we try to avoid stabbings are at the moment doing a nation can just knock off a few copies. and things so that we can't get the wide tour at the moment. Felix; Why are there no copies at blame for any thing. Weddings, parties, barmitzvahs. the moment? Felix; Who would you say were Felix; How did you get roped in to David; Well we've got the original your target audience? playing the part? and I don't think he'd fancy it. David; Well at the moment the Roger; Well since they decided to Also, whenever they try to do it it average age of 2000AD readers is do a live character I've been it. I tends to go wrong. Dredd has got 16, for the megazine it's 20. So I'd got into it totally by accident. I kind a very finely balanced temperament say that you guys at Imperial would of think that it is based on me, well and whenever they try and do a make up our target audience. The as a live character. They had the copy of him it never works very stories seem to appeal a lot to idea of making it live and then they well. There is actually a new story people who are just leaving school auditioned people, I didn't audition coming out soon where they or at college. for it. They just saw me one day and introduce robot Judges and their Felix; How would you then sum up said 'Well you've got the chin will entire phsycie is based on Dredds the comics? you do it?'. brain patterns. Which is basically David; Well I'd say if people read Felix; So the live character is totally lacking in self-control and humanity them and had a good laugh, enjoyed based on your chin? and so it all goes horribly wrong. the stories and the art work, we've Roger; Basically yeah. They start going round and beating done our job. Felix; Is your chin insured? up on people unnecessarily. The Felix; Many thanks. Roger; (Lots of laughter, well these wires melt in their heads when they Americans will laugh at anything get over excited. won't they) I really wish it was. Felix; So you mean that Dredd Not only all of this but we Felix; And the costume, who put doesn't beat up on people managed to track down the man that together? unnecessarily? hired by the Judge Dredd team to Roger; It was actually made by a David; He gives himself minor instill a sense of awe and to keep film costume company. I think they excuses, just occasionally he lets up the terrorisation of the citizens, enjoyed doing it. They used to come some steam out. M r . Roger Weightman: into the office with fabric samples Felix; What makes you dress up as and say things like " W i l l this take And his past... Judge Dredd? a beating from a pleb, or stand up Felix; Is Dredd based on any one Roger; The money, to creeps" in particular or is he just a mixture Felix; Your kinky fetish? Felix; Are there any plans to do a of all things? Roger; No, it's just a fascination film? David; Well John Wagner, who with the character, I enjoy it I love Roger; Yep, there are. writes Judge Dredd, originally doing it. ' Felix; Using you? based him on Dirty Harry. He'd Felix; So you love the power of Roger; Well the plans are to do the seen Dirty Harry, this cop who goes being Judge Dredd film. M y involvement in the film is round shooting people Roger; Yeah, I love it. I love the very minimal at the moment as is unnecessarily, he's got a bad character himself, the rather likely to stay that way. At the attitude problem. He's a bit of a shooting someone than arresting moment the rumour is that rebel, M y way or no way kind of them.. Judge Dredd is perfect for Sctiwartzeneger is going to do it, I attitude. The idea was to take that our time, he's lasted now 15 years, think he's got slightly more clout character, make a city where every 16 years. It's a little bit of fashion. than I have. O f course I am a better Page 22 R eviews Felix 944 16th October 1992 actor than he is but there you go. The rights to the film were optioned in 1981 so it has been on the go for a long time but literally in the last few months we have been getting very close to exercising that option. They've got two guys writing separate scripts and then they're going to chose the best one and hopefully lever Arnie into doing it from there. One of the guys that is writing for us at the moment co- wrote the script for Terminator II. The producers of the film are Pressman and Associates who have produced Wall Street at one end and Conan the Barbarian at the other. They carry the weight then with Arnie they gave him one of his first big breaks. Felix; Will the film revolve around any of the other major 2000AD characters? Roger; One of the scripts in ABC Warriors in Khronicles production at the moment is based of Khaos by Pat Mills and around Judge Death, the other is Kevin Walker based around a character called The story takes place on a chaotic Rico who was actually Judge planet, where six tough robot Democracy Now! by John decide whether the Judges or a Dredds brother in a very early warriors set forth to find a seventh Wagner, drawn by Jeff democratic system should rule; Dredd story. Rico was bad and he member for their team before they Anderson however not everyone is happy with got sent off to Titan for 20 odd set off to break their programming The Judges have governed Mega the idea of democracy or with years, then he came back and tried in the search for khaos. Deadlock, City One for decades, keeping law Dredd. Price £ 4 . 9 9 to kill Dredd but Dredd killed him. their leader, believes that discipline and order by harsh and not always He killed his own brother but that's and order is a disease of the mind fair methods. Judges are the police just the kind of guy he is. He has so, with the help of the planet and force and jury system all rolled into I found the that the novels killed both his brothers in fact. its inhabitants, introduces fellow one, thus they have the power to contained high quality artistry and Felix; Thanks very much sir for robots to their equivalent of sex, arrest a criminal and sentence them that the stories were an interesting your time and patience with us drugs and rock and roll. Good book there and then. Resisting arrest read. Most of the time the stories creeps. - Read it! Price £ 6 . 9 9 often leads to being severely beaten, were quite blood thirsty, the art Killing Time by John Smith if not being shot or executed. work showing the details to and Chris Weston Raptaur by Alan Grant, However, within the city of 400 explosions and decapitations very drawn by Dean Ormston million is a growing movement for well. However, cynicism and Max Windwood and Ishmael Cord democracy threatening to remove humour are used excellently are two space/time agents working The story is about an alien which the Judges from power. Judge throughout all the stories. for Indigo Prime. Their mission is loose in Mega City One, Dredd calls for a city wide takes them to Victorian London and slaughtering people where and referendum in order that the city GBH Jack the Ripper where they and whenever it can get hold of them. other characters journey back in It is up to the Judges to stop it, using time to deal with a greater evil, of whatever means they can, but it is whom the Ripper is only a devoted not as easy as it seems. It reminded and fanatical slave. With the help me of the film Alien, 'though the of their powers, Max and Cord plot isn't so complicated or as manage to continue the trip with thrilling. Price £ 5 . 9 9 their companions, fairly unnoticed ( as it were ), despite the fact that they're coloured bright indigo. Price £ 5 . 9 9 Young Death in Boyhood of a Superfiend by John Wagner, artistry by Peter Judgement on Gotham by Doherty Alan Grant and John After Necropolis, Judge Death is in Wagner, artistry by hiding from the Mega City's Simon Bisley Judges. ( For those of you who Judge Dredd, with help from Judge aren't regular readers of 2000 A D , Anderson, grudgingly teams up Judge Death is an undead Judge with Batman (ie. the one from from another dimension, who once Gotham City) in order to recapture he had decided that "crime was the super fiend Judge Death as well committed by the living, thus living as the not-so-intelligent psychopath was a Crime '' then set about killing Mean Angel,after they escaped the masses wherever he could find from Mega City One, naturally them). Whilst in hiding, he decides bumping people off along the way. to have some R & R from butchering Sounds confusing but turns out to people and he tells a reporter of his be a master piece of fun, blood, guts childhood, before escaping once and gore. Price £ 5 . 9 9 more from Dredd. Price £ 6 . 9 9 m m Page 23 R eviews 16th October 1992 Felix 944 Film Bitter Moon A n amazing atmospheric roller- coaster, this movie bounces the viewer through sympathies, dislikes, shared fear and pure Thunderheart shock. Emmanuelle Seigner, film Val Kilmer plays FBI agent Ray director Polanski's wife, plays Levoi who is sent to 'Badlands'— burning French girl Mimi opposite an area inhabited by 'Red Indians' Peter Coyote in the role of Oscar, and plagued with political an unsuccessful American writer. difficulties—to solve a murder, Travelling aboard a luxury ship, because, he is told, he would be the pair play an awesome hindered less than a white man. Ray psychologial game where they trap is one-quarter Indian; being a stereotyped stuck-up English accepted as 'American', he has couple into the intimacy and horrors always tried to hide this. of their most private relationship. The film tracks Ray's progress in Oscar gradually reveals how their the investigation. W h e n he experiences brought them from witnesses the callousness with ecstatic love to addictive intimate which the Bureau is handling the hatred, passing through numerous case and begins to sense corruption, sexual games and perversions his loyalty starts to shift from the (some on screen!), finally almost FBI to 'his own people'. destroying both of them. This thriller is long but well At times funny and frightening, paced: the action being interleaved the plot takes unexpected twists, with stunning photography of the constantly adjusting the pressure region and scenes and comments until it is hardly bearable. It designed to indicate some of the vaporises yuppie-style confidence problems that Indians face. Its and sense of emotional security. impact is somewhat reduced by The often excellent camera work often portraying the Indians as and sinister soundtrack by Vangelis 'magical mystics' but it's enjoyable contribute to creating a strangling and worth watching. atmosphere. Not for borderline Dances with Wolves seems to psychos or sensitive souls... have started a trend. Maybe films Thunderheart Tex Crocky featuring 'Red Indians' will land by making these sympathetic money. *Bitter Moon is currently continue being made until the films, and stop paying to see them; A R Khan. playing at the Chelsea Cinema, the Americans satisfy their conscience i.e. the plight of the Indians will be • Opens Friday at M G M Fulham Gate Notting Hill, the Odeon that they've paid back for stealing recognised as long as it makes Road and around London. Kensington and around London. Beauty and the Beast One does not expect depth in an animated Disney f i l m , and Concert following the tenet that to be forwarned is to be forearmed, I Mitsuko Uchida — Barbican managed to expect nothing but The complete lack of musical schmalzy tears and predictable insight shown by this Beethoven- morals, and thus I did enjoy it. The medal-winner was astounding. As film conforms to all the Disney ever, publicity triumphing over formulae - facile and effective mediocrity, provided her with a full characteristion, immediately house. She attacks the unsuspecting placing the Goodies, the Baddies, resident Steinway, not the the Amusing Incidental Characters mellowest of instruments at its best, and the Tragic Figure. A l l set in an as though it had keys of concrete. over-the-top rustic Bavarian Uchida harangued us with the countryside. The expected and fastest, loudest, most percussive appealingly slapdash visual humour rendition of Schumann's lyric, is there as well as the subtler jokes childlike 'Carnival' I have ever had for the grownups like, for instance, the misfortune to hear. the rather bittersweet advice given She then proceeded to rip through to the wooing Beast of the title on Beethoven's sonata op 90, which, how to win a woman; 'give her like all Beethoven should be treated things like flowers, chocolates, with reverence, precision and promises you don't intend to dynamic subtlety instead, pedalling keep....' phrases to a matted obscurity we If you want a superficially were presented with a jarring, amusing and attractive way to spend discordant mess. What a depressing some time, this is for you. We all experience. know what Disney films are like - 4 t f c ft, S.A. don't convince yourself of anything Beauty and the Beast OMitsuko Uchida played at the different and you will enjoy this it's great fun. ^Beauty and the Beast opens Barbican Concert Hall last Sunday. film. It's one of Disney's better and A d a m Harrington. today around London. Page 24 R eviews Felix 944 16th October 1992 Theatre Gallery The House of Bernarda Alba Richard Serra —Drawings The House of Bemarda Alba by the and Dan Graham late Federico Garcia Lorca details the medieval conditions of women's Richard Serra is one of 'America's lives in 1930s Spain and viciously most celebrated and controversial attacks the cruelties of despotism in artists', although I'll admit I've a disturbing way. never heard of him. The exhibition From start to finish, it is a well is supposed to 'confound our written mixture of comedy and expectations by reinventing the deprivation that was masterfully medium' according to the gallery's performed by all members of the flyer. Reinventing in this case cast. Dinah Stabb was excellent as means taking a whitewashed room the chilling and all-powerful mother and sticking a large black canvas on and the five daughters were one wall. You've probably gathered outstanding when responding to her by this point that I didn't like this cruel beatings and strict rules, as exhibition. well as when they were fighting Moving swiftly on to Dan with each other. Other memorable Graham, another contemporary performances included Susan American artist. His piece, titled Brown as the sometimes saucy 'Two-Way Mirror and Hedge housekeeper and Deidre Doone as Labyrinth' can be found on the lawn the sweet semi-senile granny. near the gallery's entrance. The title House of Benarda Alba The Gate Theatre has won several gives the game away with this one, is a play that must not be missed. awards for backstage genius and Teechers — Bloomsbury the sculpture is an arrangement of P J Dodd after seeing this play you will Theatre hedges and panes of glass. The • Until Nov 14, starts 7.30pm, understand why. Hot from the Edinburgh festival glass reflects the hedges forming a Mon-Thurs. £ 8 unreserved, £ 4 Despite the slightly predictable comes IC Dramsoc's production of small labyrinth. What I really liked finale and the peculiar if not John Godbar's 'Teechers'. The play was the way the trees on the other hysterical ending to the first act, this examines the demoralising grind of side of the glass had a ghostly life in an inner-city comprehensive. appearance, like looking through The cast of five display mist. Go and give this one a try. Travelling commendable energy and admirable Robert M o r g a n versatility in their portrayal of a • Serpentine Gallery, Hyde Park, myriad of characters from bored 10am-6pm, admission free. adolescents and frustrated teachers The Mind! to gruff caretakers. A truly virtuoso CTS TRAVEL...Reduces the Cost! performance came from Sharon Norwood, effortlessly shifting between characters whilst imbuing Opera NORTH AMERICA EUROPE LONG HAUL each with totally convincing accents 071-323 5180 071-637 5601 071-323 5130 and mannerisms. She will go far. Unfortunately hamming out- OW/TRN OW/RTN OW/RTN weighed enthusiasm for the rest of tntemttional StudentH&Mtity Card FROM the cast, with the possible exception The Glyndebourne Touring 8 487 7 9 of Andy McCall as the teacher Opera —Le Nozze Di Figaro ATLANTA c,•., r40Mtt<° / JBB»BHMM.' r,,« ^MnsMmmk H 235 4 2 1 coping valiantly with his unruly The first thing I must say is that the BOSTON ^ ^ ^ ^ A ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ charges and an extremely limp performance of this rather famous 1 253 4 8 script. Some leaden speeches on the piece was absolutely amazing. A 9 202 3 8 pitiful state of the education system simple set on stage, bright costumes were well directed enough (Pilar and what's more large electronic 2 210 4 0 Orti) to be occasionally moving. slide subtitles above the stage made 267 528 The highlights of the production it a very enjoyable evening. The 264 4 5 8 were the beautifully conceived plot is very complicated to explain glimpses of the haven to which in less than 150 words but while ORLANDO 0 206 4 7 : pupils and teachers alike aspired, you're watching it is very easy to SAN FRANCISCO 1 7 2 4 PJttS^' 4 9 '"''37 70 WO 287 4 9 9 the private schools to which, follow. The whole cast put in a ironically, the teachers sent their powerful and emotional TORONTO 2 3 1 8 2 9 ROME ; 6V^\^GW8ffiV N 5 256 4 0 children. Inspired use of lighting performance. I was most impressed VANCOUVER 2 8 3 9 TEL AVIV 1 4 9 1 9 SYDNEY 9 9 5 408 7 5 and some surprisingly good by Julie Unwin, who played the part ! 299 588 madrigal singing instantly conjured of a page—desperately seeking love WASHINGTON^ ' T O s C h ^ N j ^ an atmosphere of peace and from any appropriate woman. I privilege shocking in its stark would heavily recommend anyone R O U N D THE W O R L D contrast to the nightmare of who is interested in opera to attempt £787 poverty, impatience and mass to see this production. A production that is supposed to memorable night. constitute an adequate education. Sam. 44 Goodge Street 220 Kensington High St. Point made—could do better London W 1 P 2 A D London W8 ZRG • Sadlers Wells Theatre, phone though. O G O O D G E STREET GHITREET KENSINGTON 071-278 8916. Ticket prices from Sara IATA Licensed £6.00 Page 25 What's On What's On 16th October 1992 Felix 944 Felix 944 16th October 1992 Cinema Y Camden Plaza 211 Camden High St, N W 1 This week: Beauty and the Beast 1.30 4.00 6.30 9.00 Just like a women 7.00 9.30 12.00 W h a t s Steve, 8.30pm start. promotional night with Lowenbrau Pils at 90p a bottle all night. Plus (071-485 2443) Camden Town Carry on Columbus 2.20 4.40 Cottosloe Stella Dallas 5.15 Dance Club Beginners tube. Seats £ 5 ; 1st show daily A league of their own 4.05 9.20 Angels in America 7.15 The Adjuster 9.00 + Music National Theatre Ballroom/Latin 7-8pm, Improvers £ 3 . 8 0 ; cones £ 2 . 3 0 1st perf only. White Men can't jump 1.15 4.00 Oilvier Home Work 7.25 Camden Palace Lyttleton Madness of George III, B a l l r o o m / L a t i n 8-9pm, J C R . This week: 6.45 9.30 Late Fri/Sat 12.15 Square Rounds, 7.15 College Eat £ 3 / £ 6 7.30 REGULAR EVENT Unforgiven 12.30 3.05 5.40 8.20 Bitter Moon 3.00 6.05 9.10 late Lyttleton Snooker Society Tournament UCL Music Theatre Chelsea Cinema Fri/Sat 12.15 Inspector Calls 7.30 lpm to sign up. The Cuckoos The Himies, Tabitha, Mean Fiddler (Acoustic Room) National Theatre 206 King's R d , SW3 (071-351 Stricty Ballroom 2.10 4.35 7.00 The Tricycle Theatre Theatre £2 Fischer Z economy, £ 5 Olivier 3742) Sloane Sq tube. Seats £ 5 . 5 0 ; 9.25 269 Kilburn High Road N W 6 (071 Bush Theatre Dragon, 7.15 1st show daily £ 3 . 8 0 ; cones £ 2 . 8 0 Prince Charles 328 1000), Kilburn Tube, Turning over, by Brian Thompson Y Y Music 1st perf only. Leicester Place, W C 2 (071-437 Trouble in mind by Alice Childress directed by David Hayman Tickets Cinema Electric Cinema Cinema Borderline Have moved This week: 8181) Piccadilly/Leicester Sq tubes. dir. Nick Kent, 8.00pm (Sat, Mon, £ 5 8pm Electric Cinema The Trashcan Sinatras, Scarlet £ 5 , Bitter Moon 1.00, 3.30, 6.05, 8.40, Seats £ 1 . 2 0 . Wed 4pm) Tickets £ 3 - £ 8 . White Men Can't Jump 1.40 4.00 White Men Can't Jump 1.40 4.00 £3 before 9pm We are now in late 11.15 This week: Music Y 6.20 8.40 6.20 8.40 K i l b u r n National Electric Cinema Hear my Song 1.30 Marquee Cinema Prince Charles Prince Charles Mudhoney, Leatherface, the Sir Leon 191 Portobello Rd, W l l (071-792 Cape Fear 4.00 Diesel Park West, 2 Lost Sons, £ 7 Electric Cinema My Cousin Vinny 1.30 Wild At Heart Lovebattery, £ 8 Bagrit centre, 2020) Notting H i l l / Ladbroke Straight out of Brooklyn 7.00 Powerhaus White Men Can't Jump 1.40 4.00 Black Robe 4.00 1.30 The Hand That Rocks The Hammersmith Odeon Grove tubes. Seats £ 4 . 5 0 . As you like it 9.00 Wonky Alice, Factory Circus, 6.20 8.40 As you like it 6.15 Cradle 4.00 The Christians, Jerry Burns £ 1 2 . 5 0 , Mechanical This week: Rocky Horror 11.45 Thrum Prince Charles The Making Of "Do The Right As You Like It 6.30 £10.00 White Men Can't Jump 1.40 4.00 Scala U L U AU-Nighter Nikita 1.30 Thing" 8.45 Scala ULU Engineering 6.20 8.40 257-277 Pentonville R d , N l Bjorn Again, Family Go-Town, Room With A View 4.00 Scala Singapore Sling 4.35 8.45 + Meatbeat Manifestos, Eskimos, Gate Cinema (071-278 0051) King's Cross tube. Lemon Trees, Lovetrain, Cygnet As You Like It 6.30 The Beast 5.05 8.50 + Suddenly Last Summer 2.25 6.40 Egypt 87 Notting H i l l Gate, W l l Seats £ 4 . 5 0 ; cones £ 3 Mon-Fri Ring 6am-6pm, £ 1 2 Scala Pigsty 3.15 7.00 College Come and see before 4.30pm for students. Subterania Sato 4.00 8.45 + College FilmSoc present Cape Fear, Mech FELIX (071-727 4043) Notting Hill Gate tube. Seats £ 5 . 5 0 , Sun mat £ 4 ; This week: My life with Thrill kill kult, Daddy And The Muscle Academy Club Libido in the Ents Lounge, Eng 220, 7.30pm, membership News Meetings; 1pm us at 12 o'clock cones (card required) £ 3 Mon-Fri The Abyss 2.15 8.30+ Hypehead, £ 1 2 3.00 7.40+ winding you up for the weekend. £ 6 . 5 0 , 90p per film thereafter, Monday this Tuesday for before 6pm, Sun mat £ 3 . Terminator 8.40 + Noir Et Blanc 1.30 6.10 It's F R E E , F R E E , F R E E , F R E E , £ 1 . 9 0 per film for non-members. Reviews come in Wednesday This week: Piranha 2 4.45 Y Theatre etc, etc, etc 9.30pm-lam, bar till Films shown E V E R Y Thursday. Afternoon Mass and a College Cinema National Theatre 12am. S M I L E Z O N E Happy Hour Contact Ian Nichol (Chairman), Civ Features should be in the Bitter Moon 3.00 (not Sunday) 5.45 8.30 (late Fri/Sat) 11.15 Atmosphere in the Ents Lounge, Electric Cinema Cottesloe 5.30-8pm Eng 2 for more details. Friday before issue date buffet lunch M G M Chelsea 8pm-2am, bar till lam, £ 1 on the The Adventures of Milo and Otis Street of crocodiles, 7.30 Theatre Quiz Night in Da Vinci's with Letters/Clubs and Other All are welcome 279 King's R d , SW3 (071-352 door after 8pm. Smile Zone Happy 12.00 College contributions in by 1pm 5096) Sloane Sq tube then bus. Hour 8.30-10pm White Men Can't Jump 1.40 4.00 Dance Club Beginners Rock 'n' Monday Seats £ 6 ; cones £ 3 . 5 0 Mon-Fri Jewish Society 6.20 8.40 Roll 6-7pm, Latin Medals before 5pm. 1st Event—Bagel lunch and Notting Hill Corinet 7-8.30pm, J C R . R E G U L A R This week: speakers 12.45-2.00 in SCR, Union The Unforgiven 1.10 4.00 6.45 9.30 EVENT White Men can't jump 1.40 4.10 Building Prince Charles Weekend Sports Round-Up on satellite T V in Da Vinci's. Plus live Indonesian Cultural Show 6.40 9.25 Rag Meeting Hook 2.30 Beauty and the Beast 2.10 4.40 Ents Lounge, Union Building 1.10 My Cousin Vinny 5.00 Premier League football: Aston 23-24 October 1992 7.10 9.40 (every Friday) As you like it 7.00 Villa vs Blackburn Rovers. Stricty Ballroom 2.30 5.00 7.20 Ents Event Straight out of Brooklyn 9.30 Music Friday 23rd October 1992 Great Hall, Imperial College 9.40 Atmosphere in the Ents Lounge 'til Scala SW1 at Victoria Station Calling all FREE A league of their own 2.15 2am, £1 Terminator 2 8.40 + City of Joy 6.15 9.10 Theatre Lawnmower Man 6.40 + Suede, £ 7 Old Royalists & Friends 11.00-12.30 Opening Ceremony of the Indonesian Cultural Show 1992 M G M Fulham R d Bush Theatre 2001:A Space Odyssey 4.10 + Y Cultural Exhibition from provinces in Indonesia Fulham Road, SW10 (071-370 Shepherds Bush Green W12 (081 The Iron Man 2.50 Cinema The Old Royalist Association in the UK will be 'Gamelan' Exhibition' 2636) South Ken tube then bus. 743 3388) Shepherds Bush Tube College Electric Cinema holding their Annual Social Evening on Saturday 12.30-14.00 Seats £ 6 ; cones £ 3 . 5 0 Mon-Fri Tickets £ 8 cones £ 6 Rag Event White Men Can't Jump 1.40 4.00 Oct 24 at 7.30pm Music Show before 5pm. Exile, 8pm, written and directed by Live Monopoly, meet Beit Quad, 6.20 8.40 in the Sherfield Hall 'Gamelan' Exhibition' This week: David Neville 10am onwards. Free party for all Prince Charles Imperial College, Exhibition Road 14.00-15.00 Patriot Games 1.10 3.55 6.50 9.30 Gate Theatre collectors at King's College at 8pm Hand That Rocks The Cradle 1.30 South Kensington SW7 'Batik Painting Show' The Unforgiven 1.10 3.50 6.35 9.25 above Prince Albert Pub 11 afterwards Hear My Song 4.00 15.00-end Wuthering Heights 1.40 4.15 7,10 Pembridge Road (071 229 0706) Music As you Like It 6.30 Information Programme (Audio-visual) 9.35 The House ofBernada Alba, 7.30, Town and Country Hand That Rocks The Cradle 9.00 It is an evening o f Buffet Dinner, D i s c o , Raffle, with Information on Indonesian Culture Thunderheart 1.40 4.20 6.50 9.30 Not Sunday, by Federicko Garcia The Disposable Heroes of Scala Bar Facilities Information on tourism and holiday programme in Indonesia Blue Ice 4.10 9.25 Lorca Hiphoprisy, dc Basehead, £ 8 Exploring The Image 4.30 7.40 Minema L y r i c Hammersmith Body Politics 2.40 5.55 9.05 Vegetarian meals are available only by prior request Saturday, 24 October 1992 45 Knightsbridge, SW1 (071-235 Kings Street W6 (081 741 2311), Y College Junior Common Room, Imperial College 4225) Knightsbridge/Hyde Park Hammersmith Tube Cinema Science and Ethics Society Talk Revels End at 1.30am 17.00-20.00 tubes. Seats £ 6 . 5 0 ; cones £ 3 . 5 0 1st The Way of the World, by William Electric Cinema 'Genetic Engineering.' by Dr Jon Food Fair and Dinner. Menu is a selection of dishes from provinces in perf. Mon-Fri for students. Congreve dir. by Peter Gill, 7.30 Karin's Face 2.15 + Henry of Guys Hospital, 12.45 or Tickets are £ 1 3 . 5 0 and available from Indonesia This week: (Sat and Wed 2.30pm), £ 7 . 5 0 Fanny and Alexander 2.30 1.00pm in S C R , Union Building A Jayaweera (081-427 7407) Performance of 'Angklung* The Lover 2.50 4.50 6.50 8.50 Lyric Studio White Men Can't Jump 6.20 8.40 Free Juke Box Night plus free live or H Karunasekera (081-853 3207) Notting Hill Corinet Kings Street W6 (081 741 8701) Gate Theatre music with acid jazz funk trio Great Hall, Imperial College Notting Hill Gate, W l l (071-727 Hammersmith Tube La Belle Noiseuse 12.15 'Groove Yard'. Smile Zone Happy N o tickets sold at the door 20.00-end 6705) Notting Hill tube. Seats £ 5 . 13th Night, by Howard Brenton, Prince Charles Hour 5.30-8pm W e would like to know numbers by October 21 when Opening Statement This week: 8.00pm (Sat 4.00) Tickets £ 6 . 5 0 . High Heels 1.05 Dance Club Beginners Perormance of contemporary music and dance sales close Unforgiven 2,.45 5.30 8.20 cones £ 5 . Naked Lunch 3.45 Ballroom/Latin 6-7pm, Admission £4.00 (including food coupon) Odeon Kensington National Theatre Hearts of Darkness 6.15 Intermediate Ballroom/Latin £5.50 on door Please inform Old Royalists & Friends through the Sri Lankan 263 Kesington High St, W8 South Bank SE1 (071 928 2252) Apocalypse Now 8.15 8-9pm, Advanced Ballroom/Latin Student Societies at the University (071-371 3166) Ken High St tube. Waterloo Tube, Tickets £ 5 . 5 0 Scala 8-9pm, J C R . R E G U L A R E V E N T Your attendance helps support our Alma Mater by raising funds Contact IC Union (ext 3500) or Weni (Beit Hall, room 72, ext 3617) Seats £ 6 . 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