Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

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Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

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TIGER WOODS had a little advice for President BILL CLINTON, and it wasn't about his golf swing.

Woods, who spent two years at Stanford University, told the golf-loving president not to worry about his daughter's move to the campus last week to attend college. CHELSEA CLINTON, 17, is a freshman.

"She's gonna love it. She's gonna love it," Woods told the president when the two ran into each other Sunday at New York's Waldorf Astoria, where Clinton was attending a United Nations reception. Clinton told reporters he hadn't talked with Chelsea since saying goodbye on campus. He said he and HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON have started a contest "to see who is going to be the first to pick up the phone" and call their only child. Musical Notes: Aerosmith has been one of rock 'n' roll's hardest working bands for a quarter century - selling 50 million records along the way - but that doesn't mean STEVEN TYLER has always been happy with his group's effort in the early years. "I knew what this band is capable of, but on stage I couldn't get them to go there," Tyler told the New York Daily News. Former Split Enz singer TIM FINN married MTV employee MARIE AZCONA at a quiet family wedding Saturday in Hamilton, New Zealand. Finn was the band's front man and keyboard player during the late 1970s and early '80s. His brother Neil Finn, who also played in the art-rock band known for hits like "I Got You" and "One Step Ahead," was the best man. Actor SYLVESTER STALLONE wanted protection, and now he's got it. A 24-foot-tall guardhouse built of coral rock will be built outside Miami's Cliff Hammock neighborhood, home to Stallone and MADONNA, among others. The goal is to keep out gawkers and criminals. Homeowners had suggested a 35-foot guardhouse topped by acorns, but the city's Historic and Environmental Preservation Board rejected the plan because it would have required the removal of too many trees. …

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