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S ' - - ." -r : -Xzi-z r-x- i. ' vN "fi Sam Haber and April Trent FROM PAGE 1B Fans camping out days in advance for Stones tickets a paper 'I'm a hippie in the '90s.' I just love the music of that era." Glen Mathews, 35, lived through the era but remembers little of it. He was "heavily into drugs and being a degenerate," he said. Now, as a drug rehabilitation STONES wait to get tickets at the Carefree counselor and recovering addict, Mathews wants to see the Stones again, clean and sober this time. "I saw the Stones but I don't re-"member seeing the Stones," said Mathews, outside the Boca Raton-area Eckerd store. "I used to go to concerts to deal drugs . . . Now, I go for the music," , he said. , On Thursday, the store received at least 100 telephone calls requesting information about tickets, employees said. Fans tried to camp outside the Florida Atlantic University box ; Staff photoJOHN KRINGAS Theater in West Palm Beach. office as early as Tuesday but were chased away by university authorities. The dozen people lined up outside the Eckerd store say they are leaving their places in line only for a few minutes at a time, mainly to shower and eat. The diehards sat flanked with coolers, sodas, snacks, lawn chairs, portable cassette players and portable televisions. "I have deodorant, mouthwash, soap and toothpaste," Paula Po-lyanski said. "I came equipped."