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1 Mddle Tennessee State Unversty SIDELINES Vol. 43 No. 38 Murfreesboro, Tennessee Thursdoy, Feb. 19, 1970 House, Senate To Vew Jane Kerr, Knoxvlle junor, smles as she gves a pnt of blood durng the Red Cross Blood Drve. Steve Mathas, McMnnvlle senor (left), and Barbara Somers, M rfreesboro junor (rght), assst wth the donaton. Red Cross Collects 555 Pnts Of Blood The Amercan RedCross collected 555 productve pnts of blood on the MTSU campus Tuesday n the drve whch was sponsored jontly by the Track and Sabre Club and the Assocated Student Body, accordng to Anne Denngton, drector of the drve. She sad that of the 739 that attempted to gve 562 were allowed to extend ther arms and of those seven pnts were not useful. The membershp lsts of the clubs and organzatons whch were engaged n the competton were checked wth the records avalable at the Dean of Students Offce for accuracy before the results of the contest released. Two przes wll be gven as a result of ths drve. The club or organzaton whch has the hghest partcpaton n the February drve wll receve a trophy and two lamps, donated by Roses and Sterches, a coffee table, donated by Dxe Furnture: and a clock from Home Furnture. The group whch has the hghest percentage partcpaton from the February and December drves combned wll receve a trophy and a set of lawn furnture from Samsonte. In the Club Dvson the Pershng Rfles took frst wth 100 percent, the Forest Raders took second wth 72 percent, and the Bology Club won 'thrd place wth 9.8 percent. In the Greek Dvson the CAP's were frst wth percent, the KA's were second wth 75.7 percent and Alpha Tau Omega fraternty was thrd wth 56 percent. Combnng the December and February drves the Pershng Rfles won wth a total of 88 percent but donated the lawn furnture to the second place fra- ternty, Ch Alpha P, who had percent, and thrd place went to Kappa Alpha wth 64.5 percent. The przes whch were sub- ject to the raffle drawng were decded upon Tuesday afternoon, accordng to Captan Malcolm of the ROTC department. Ellen Burr drew the lamp do- nated by Osborne-Harrell- Hoover Hardware. The rado, whch was donated by Western Auto, was awarded to Janet Welty, and the two car-care kts donated by Sears wll be gven to Cathy Hampton and Susan Hanson. Four packets contanng salt and pepper shakers and a bud vase from /ales Jewlers were receved by Steve Crgger, Edde Wllams, Blly Maupn and Sandy Pgg. Emly Pentecost and Samuel Wood wll receve a $10 gft certfcate from the Caboose. Jm Ma ku and Mke Greene receved $5 gft certfcates from Bllngsley's and Pgg and Parsons respectvely. Admnstratve Changes A jont meetng of the ASB House and Senate has been called for 6:30 tonght to dscuss settng up commttees whch would change the admnstratve format of the unversty government. ASB offcals wll gather n room 322 of the Unversty Center to dscuss formaton of a Unversty Forum to act n an advsory capacty for students, faculty and admnstraton and a unversty Co-Curncular Commttee whch would restructure responsbltes and funds for many actvtes now under ASB control. A thrd tem on the agenda, accordng to ASB Presdent Van Martn, s consderaton of another attempt to consoldate the present two segments of the ASB legslature nto a uncameral system. At present, however, all three of these changes are stll n the proposal stages. Adopton of the frst two suggestons and especally the Co-Curncular Commttee -- s an mportant prerequste to the consoldated government, Martn says, because these new groups wll "absorb" a large part of the present ASB. Currently operatng wth about 150 members, the consoldated student government would cut that number to around 30, he explaned. The planned Unversty Forum s not ntended to be a polcy-makng organzaton, accordng to Martn. The group was suggested, he sad, because "We need a common ground where members of the student body, faculty and admnstraton can meet to dscuss problems and buld up trust n one another." By Wanda Ensor, Edtor-n-Chef Martn ndcated that, at least for the present, plans are to keep the Unversty Forum at an advsory level. "Ths may or may not lead to more n the way of nterrelatng groups," he sad. "It may be that other steps wll need to be taken, but only tme and the beneft of experence wll tell." The proposed Co-Curncular Commttee s a group whch would deal n more concrete terms. The present proposal s the result of 11 months of study and plannng by Presdent M.G. Scarlett's ad hoc commttee for examnng extra-currcular actvtes and programmng here. One prmary functon of the commttee, f approved, wll be to redesgn the "chan of command" and fundng for extra-currcular actvtes. Several groups whch have prevously been under ASB jursdcton wll now be set up as ndependent commttees. Internatonal Interests, Specal Events, Hosptalty and Games, Dances, Fne Arts, Flms, Publcty and Ideas and Issues have all been set asde as separate functons under ths plan. Probably those same students who are handlng such extra-currcular actvtes under the ASB wll take charge of the new commttees, accordng to Martn. "On each commttee the scope s (Com. on Pg. 2) ASB To Conduct Evaluaton Of Dormtory Facltes Here A dorm evaluaton whch wll be conducted n all grls dorms Feb. 25 could result n some drastc rule changes, accordng to Sara Smth, speaker of the ASB Senate. Mss Smth stated that the evaluaton has been approved by the admnstraton but she stressed that the admnstraton was not conductng the evaluaton. "The evaluaton s beng conducted by the ASB wth consent of the admnstraton," Mss Smth sad. She sad that concern over condtons n the female dorms By Davd Word were voced by several female members of the Senate. The Senate then conducted a month long study on how best to admnster and properly word the questonnare. All female dorm presdents wll call a dorm meetng and ssue nstructons on how to fll out the questonnare. The dorm meetngs wll be called at 11p.m. n the freshman dorms and at mdnght n all other female dorms. Questons on the evaluaton wll cover such thngs as meals. Unfed Calendar Bll Klled Opposton, comng manly from MTSU students, admnstraton and alumn, led to the kllng of a state bll whch would force all state supported colleges and unverstes to adopt a unform calendar of ether quarters or semesters. The House Educaton Commttee, chared by Representatve James Cummngs of Woodbury, voted Monday to defer the bll, whch, by vrtue of the short legslatve sesson, means the bll wll not come up for consderaton n ths sesson, thereby kllng the bll. "It was the leadershp of ths nsttuton that brought about the defeat of the bll," Presdent M.G. Scarlett stated yesterday. Three students from here, ASB Presdent Van Martn, Gary Hall andbartgordon, went to the House chambers late last week to confront several representatves wth arguments a- ganst the bll. Scarlett also ssued crtcsm of the bll. He, and other noted Tennessee educators, sad t would be harder for students to transfer to a school wth the same calendar because so lttle tme s nvolved for gradng and admsson procedure between semesters or between quarters. "It would have been a dsrupton of the school system wthout any perceptble beneft to the student," the NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN quoted Scarlett as sayng after beng notfed the bll was klled. Also, John Weems, dean of admnstraton, and Jmmy Jackson, MTSU busness manager, submtted to the legslature an estmaton of the cost of changng from a semester system to a quarter system. For MTSU and Memphs State, the only other state supported unversty wth a semester system, to make ths transton, t would cost an addtonal $100,000 per year. Homer Pttard, drector of alumn relatons, contacted several key alumn who n turn voced ther opposton to the bll. "The legslators to whom we talked thought they were dong us (MTSU and Memphs State) a favor by forcng a unfed college calendar," Martn stated. Martn sad that he and Gordon and Hall talked wth Representatves Pat Lynch of Wnchester, Tommy Smth of Rutherford County, Larry Cole of Nashvlle and Cummngs. "After we explaned the opposton of the MTSU students to the Representatves and after we showed them copes of the SIDELINES wth the artcles concernng the opposton to the bll, they sad that they would (Cont. on Pg. 2) dorm mothers, general dorm facltes, lghtng around dorms and jantoral servce. Mss Smth compared the questonnare wth the one used n last year's faculty evaluaton. "The dorm evaluaton wll be admnstered n approxmately the same way as last year's faculty evaluaton. Someone wll be there to dstrbute the forms, answer questons and assst n fllng the questonnare out," Mss Smth sad. "Nothng can be accomplshed unless the grls are n ther dorms at the specfed tmes," she added. She also stressed the mportance of senor grls takngpart n the evaluaton. "They (senor grls) may not have very much tme left here, but t s very mportant for them to take part n the evaluaton. They have been here longer than any other grl and know bascally the dorm condtons better than anyone else," Mss Smth stated. Some of the questons that wll be asked are as follows: Are the jantors quet and courteous 7Do you thnk the dorm facltes are n good condton? Would you lke to have hot soup machnes nstalled n the dorms 7 Would you lke to be able to have a personal refrgerator n your room? Would t be more convenent to have extenson phones n all rooms? Mss Smth sad that each dorm wll be evaluated separately and then an over all evaluaton wll be made of women's dorms n general. The K-Mates, a branch of Crcle K, wll assst n admnsterng the evaluaton.

2 2--SIDEUNES, Feb. 19, 1970 Stage Band Plays Tonght At 8 P.M. The thrd annual stage band show wll be tonght at 8 p.m. n the Dramatc Arts Audtorum. It s presented by the Omcron Tau Chapter of Ph Mu Alpha Snfrona fraternty. The 1970 show wll be completely new featurng selectons from Blood, Sweat and Tears, The Chcago Transt Authorty and a medley from the off- Broadway ht muscal Har, accordng to Bryan Guess, show coordnator. The show wll also nclude by members of Ph Mu Alpha. selectons arranged Heart Fund To Collect On Campus Ths Year Larry McFarln, an employee of Mutual of New York Insurance Company, who s servng as the 1970 charman of the Rutherford County Heart Fund, announced yesterday that the drve s gong to extend ts campagn to the MTSU campus ths year. Wllam T. Wndham, professor of hstory, has been named as the charman of the unversty drve. Only faculty members wll be asked to contrbute, Wndham sad. Wndom commented, however, that several student organzatons are partcpatng n the drve. Kappa Alpha and Kappa Sgma fraterntes have already ndcated they wll assst n the road block. The Rutherford County goal s $7,000, rankng second only to Davdson County n the Mddle Tennessee area. McFarln, an alumnus of Senate Poston To Reman Vacant There wll not be a specal electon to fll the senate seat vacated by sophomore Charle Ryan accordng to Larry Gllem, ASB electon commssoner. "The electon commsson has conferred wth Sarah Smth, speaker of the ASB Senate, and we have decded that snce there wll be only four or fve Senate meetngs untl the term of off ce expres we wll not hold another electon," stated Gllem. He suggested that one of the sophomore class offcers could fll the vacated seat untl new electons are held. r Fsh and Chps 89C 129 MTSU, explaned that much of ths money s kept locally for research purposes and added that the coronary unt here s one of the fnest n Mddle Tennessee. McFarln descrbed heart dsease as a "leadng kller n the U.S." Statstcs used by the fund drve commttee show that of the 571 deaths n Rutherford County last year, 221 were from heart dsease. D. Wndham n acceptng the MTSU charmanshp stated, "Ths s a very worthy cause. I am glad to be a part of the 1970 Heart Fund Drve, and I plan to contact each faculty member. The theme of the Heart Fund Drve ths year s "Gve So More Wll Lve" Gudance Offce Asssts Wth Personal Problems By Annelle Brock "Where s the Gudance Offce and what do they want?" These are typcal questons posed by students who are nvted to Room 209 of the Admnstraton Buldng. Accordng to James Martn, head of the Gudance and Counselng Department, hs staff sees one out of every fve students for one reason or the other. The offce's orgnal responsblty was to admnster and score the ACT Test but snce ts openng n 1961 t has expanded to nclude the Graduate Qualfyng Tests, the Natonal Teacher Examnatons and the General Educatonal Development testng progdram. Accordng to Martn, a counselor s often called after hours and the calls are often durng the "wee small hours" of the nght. The servce provded s on an ndvdual bass and vares n scope and depth n accordance wth the need of the student and judgement of the counselor. Personal adjustment counselng s provded by the offce and ranges from superfcal advsng and vocatonal gudance to supportve counselng. In cases of emotonal adjustment problems the Unversty Physcan or Psychatrc Con- ASB Evaluates... (Cont. from Pg. 1) narrower, but the responsblty s ncreased," he explaned. About 80 students would be nvolved n operatng the new Co-Currcular Commttee. Although no offcal acton had been taken on the proposal by the Presdent's offce Wednesday afternoon, Scarlett commented that he "wll approve the proposal as presented wth only a few slght and necessary revsons." But, he emphaszed, all these suggested revsons wll be mnor and the fnal structure wll be that suggested by the ad hoc commttee. The new organzaton would begn ts operatons durng the Fall 1970 term wth prelmnary budgetng and organzng ths sprng, Scarlett sad. S.E.Broad St. Monday & Thursday Roast Beef Sandwch 54 C GIANT TEXBURGER 55c The Co-Currcular Commttee, as t s now proposed, would be chared by the Unversty Center drector and would nclude four student representatves, two faculty representatves, an assstant drector for programmng and ether the admnstratve assstant to the presdent or the dean of students. The majorty of student partcpants, Martn sad, would be absorbed nto the subcommttees. And wth ths volume of students nvolved elsewhere, Martn feels that the present ASB wll be ready to swtch to one unfed Congress of about 30 members. Of these members, Martn's plan calls for one graduate student, eght senors, seven junors, seven sophomores and sx freshmen. A proposal for a smlar uncameral student government was debated and rejected last year. However, the plea for a smaller -- and, Martn beleves, more effectve unfed Congress wll agan be made n the jont House-Senate meetng tonght wth specal emphass on extra student nvolvement wth the Co-Currcular Commttee. James Martn, head of the Gudance and Counselng Department, counsels a MTSU coed seekng advce. One out of every fve students on campus s seen by Martn's staff. sultant s called on for dagnoss and dsposton. "I am glad to have some part n helpng a personal reach hs potental. It gves me a feelng of accomplshment to have helped a student and that s bascally what we are about," sad James Covngton. Also, Covngton stated, "Many tmes people have asked me f sttng behnd a desk all day was borng. Yes, t would be f every day was the same, but each day s dfferent. Daly, people wth dfferent types of personaltes come nto the offce. Many of the students have smlar problems, but each per- Debate Team Wns State Champonshp Fred McLean and Lee Greer won the Tennessee State Champonshp n Senor Debate for the second year n a row ths past weekend at the Unversty of Tennessee n Knoxvlle. McLean and Greer compled a 5-1 record at the event. In ths year's tournament, McLean fnshed as the 2nd ranked speaker at the event whle Greer was 3rd. McLean and Greer wll have a chance next year to accomplsh what no other team has ever accomplshed n the hstory of the tournament wn a thrd ttle. McLean and Greer won the tournament last year at Freed- Hardeman College. The trumph boosted McLean and Greer's season record to 60 wns and 26 defeats just four wns short of the season record set by M-:Lean last year. The team record for the year now stands at 110 wns, whch tes the season record set by last year's team. M. A. Norman and Don O'Gnn compled a 4-2 record n the Junor Dvson placng as the 4th best team n that category. The team of McLean and Greer travel to Dartmouth College ths weekend. son s an ndvdual." "On one occason, a year or two ago, a student who came seekng counsel became completely dsorganzed and dsorented whle n the offce. In vew of the patent's veteran status, two members of the staff transported hm to the local Veteran's Hosptal, helped wth hs admsson as apatent, and notfed hs famly and the proper authortes of the Unversty. Ths s an extreme case and to date s the only one of ts knd," stated Martn. The present staff conssts of Dr. James A. Martn, head of the department. Dr. James D. Covngton, Assstant Drector, Dr. John A. Wlson, Psychatrc Consultant, and Fns Poole, Clncan. Col endar Bll (Cont. from Pg. 1) reconsder ther stand on the bll," M.rtn stated. Martn also sad that the Representatves to whom they talked dd not lke to be put n a stuaton of handlng legslaton whch was "purely an academc concern" and matters whch should be "left up to the ndvdual nsttuton.' M.rtn sad that he also learned that there were orgnally two blls n the state legslature whch would have effected MTSU. The frst, he sad, was a bll to do away wth semester systems at state supported nsttutons. Ths bll was passed n the Senate but was wthdrawn after Senator George Gracey of Dyersburg ntroduced hs bll callng for a unfed college calendar. Gracey's bll passed the Senate by a vote of 26-0 but was referred to commttee n the House. Scarlett stated before that the unversty mght consder movng up the fall semester date to concde wth begnnng of quarter nsttutons and to avod carryng the semester over the Chrstmas holdays. Tuesday, he sad that the unversty calendar commttee s stll studyng the stuaton. But he sad he sn't sure how soon the commttee wll be able to make a recommendaton or what they'll recommend. : FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call RION FLOWER SHOP 107 W. Cobfp Phon* Nfeht :

3 Tennessee Deals Wth Do you realze that burnng an old shoe n the freplace should keep away owls who are supposed to brng bad luck? Or maybe you have heard that havng a whpporwll sng near your house n the early sprng wll brng you good luck. Ths s part of the local folklore dealt wth n the Tennessee Folklore Socety Bulletn a- long wth artcles about wtchcraft, ghost lore, folk songs, studes n regonal speech and other supersttons. "We want to preserve the tradtonal aspects of culture," sad Ralph Hyde of the Englsh department and secretary-edtor of the Bulletn, referrng to the work of the Tennessee Folklore Socety. "Folklore s nformaton transmtted through tradton. The reason for preservng these tradtons s that snce our culture s rooted n the past (as all cultures are), we can better understand the present by understandng the past. "As we become more urbanzed, the more we lose tradton and folklore. We are tryng to keep folklore from dyng out because people smply do not pass on tradtons as they dd n the past." The bulletn, publshed quar- Folklore Socety Many Supersttons By Dnah Gregory terly at MTSU as a servce of the Socety, puts varous parts of folklore nto formal accounts and also provdes an avenue for publcaton of work done by persons who wrte about folklore. Begun n 1935, the Bulletn s the oldest regonal contnuously publshed work. The 170 socety members n the state receve the bulletn as well as 140 lbrares and nsttutons and 40 exchanges. The subscrpton s ncluded n the $2 membershp fee, and membershp s open to anyone nterested n folklore. Accordng to Hyde, persons who are members of the Socety cannot be categorzed; many are n the teachng professon, but the members are from all occupatonal and nterest levels. The Bulletn s the only nternatonally crculated publcaton orgnatng on the MTSU campus. It goes to more than a dozen countres and 30 to 40 states. Accordng to Wllam Holland, also of the Englsh department and co-edtor of the quarterly, the attractve cover for the Bulletn may be attr- Attend Symposum Partcpaton n the Retal Symposum here recently under the sponsorshp of the Busness Admnstraton Department and the Tennessee Retal Merchant Councl, Inc. are from left to rght: J. A. Rcard, Manager, Retal Relatons, General Electrc Company, Lousvlle, Ky.; R. T. Davs, Credt Manager, Can-Sloan, Nashvlle; Charles W. Fentress, Personnel Manager, Can-Sloan; Addson H. Zulauf, Manager, Man- buted to Jmmy Booth at the MTSU Prnt Shop. "We are fortunate to have such good photo reproducton n the publcaton," sad Holland. "The Bulletn s modest n sze and format; t s mmeographed rather than prnted so rates may be kept low." Leadng folklorsts sometmes wrte for the Bulletn, especally n the Book Revew secton. SIDELINES, Feb 19, Senor Superlatves Nomnatons Thursday Superlatves wll be nomnated and senor class favortes elected durng a senor class meetng Thursday, Feb. 19, at 5 p.m. n the UC Theater, accordng to Pete Chnard, senor class presdent. Nomnatons wll be made for Lady of Blue, Bachelor of Ugl- Infrmary Treatng 50 Flu Cases Daly At least 50 new cases of flu have been treated daly at the MTSU Infrmary for the past 10 days to two weeks, accordng to Dr. Robert Hackman, Infrmary physcan. "We knew the dsease had reached epdemc stages even before the local health board sad so," sad Hackman, who estmates that about 75 flu patents 25 of them repeats, 50 new cases are passng through the Infrmary each day. "Our medcatons haven't helped very much except to agement Development, J.C. Penny Company, New York Cty; Edward Npper, Executve Vce- Presdent, Real Tme Computer Company, Nashvlle; Morrs Early, Account Executve, Merrll, Lynch, Perce, Fenner & Smth, Inc., Nashvlle; Claude B. Robnson, Assstant Regonal Drector, U.S. Department of Labor, Nashvlle and Dr. Fowler Todd, Head of the MTSU Busness Admnstraton Department. releve some of the pan, cough and dscomfort," he added. The quckly spreadng flu, whch hasn't yet been dentfed by stran name, has ressted medcaton and smply runs ts course, he explaned. Hackman sad that the vrus began on campus on a large scale about one v/eek after t ht the cty of Murfreesboro. And cases here have been mountng for about three weeks now As s true of most flu strans, ths one s very contagous, so "If you thnk you have t, PLEASE don't cough n anyone's face," Hackman pleas. He cted flu symptoms as sore throat, generalzed muscular aches and pans, hacky and dry coughs developng on the second or thrd day, chlls and fever, and some weakness or famnes s. BUY freedom Shares MAPLE INN 502 Maple Street famly served home style cookng 6-8 breakfast 11-1 lunch 5-7 evenng meal Sunday 11-2 ness. Most Popular Male, Most Popular Female, Most Versatle Female, Most Versatle Male. Nomnatons for Most Outstandng Female have been made by Tau Omcron women's honor socety. Most Outstandng Male nomnatons have been presented by Sgma Club, men's honor socety. These nomnatons w-.ll be announced at Thursday's meetng. Superlatves wll be elected Thursday, Feb. 26 In the event a run-off s necessary, that electon w.ll be held Frday Feb. 27. Senors, full-tme students, havng a cumulatve average of 2.0 and 90 hours are elgble for nomnaton, Clnard stated. Clnard also announced the rules governng the nomnatons and campagn: the student must be one who has not been prevously elected to any of these honors; no senor wll be allowed to run for more than one superlatve poston. Campagn regulatons lmt campagnng to a sngle photograph-poster placed at the polls. In order to wn on the frst ballot, a canddate must have a smple majorty of the total vote n hs or her dvson. In the event a canddate does not have a smple majorty on the frst ballot, a run-off electon wll be held. Socal Securty Plates SOCIAL SECURITY PLATE - Lghtweght machne polshed alumnum. Complete wth two pocket carryng case wth ID card. Indestructble - wll never sol, fade, tear, burn or wear out. Lke your present card. Send Socal Securty number (name as on your card) wth $2 cash, check or money order to B & L ENTERPRISES, 406 W. Man St., Waverly, Tenn What's Up THURSDAY, FEB a.m. Photography Club. 20, D.B. 5 p.m. Fellowshp Club 324 A, B, C, UC. 5 p.m. Senor Class, UC Theatre. 5 p.m. Young Republcans, 322 C, UC. 5:30 p.m. Tau Sgma, 324 UC. 6:30 p.m. ~ ASB Senate A, B, C, UC. 6:30 p.m. -- ASB Senate, 308, UC. p.m Ph Mu Alpha Concert, DA Theatre. Dry Cleanng Specal 1/2 Prce Frday and Saturday Feb (offce prce) MURFREESBORO LAUNDRY CO.. INC. LAUNDERERS AND CLEANERS SINCE 1927 MURFREESBORO. TENNESSEE Clje Btllage Square \ 1150 *«t js.m jtocft (located next to Davs Grocery) %»«V^*C>*OJ>

4 4-SIDEIINES, Fefe. 19, 1970 Grls Scouts Plan Sale Of Cookes "We camp on cooke dough", s the hue and cry of 16,500 Grl Scouts and Brownes throughout the area who wll don ther topcoats and canvass ther neghborhoods Feb. 25- March 9. Our own campus scouts wll be busy wth ths endeavor by sponsorng sale of ther cookes on the lower-level of the Unversty Center durng the frst week n March. Accordng to Mrs. James Chretzberg, one of the Lason Faculty members sponsorng the organzaton, "the Campus Grl Scouts s the offcal name of the organzaton and not Campus Gold, as had been rumored. "The present organzaton was frst formed durng the Sprng Semester of 1969 but was not offcally recognzed by the Unversty untl the Fall of that year." Mrs. Chretzberg also stated that "although no quota has been set, t s hoped 1970 sales wll surpass prevous years." Dr. Frederck Carroll of the Socology Dept., charman of the local assocaton, stated that "many people on ths campus do a great deal of work wth ths organzaton but seldom wn recognton for ther efforts. A few of these many people are Mrs. James Chretzberg and Major Glen Emory, both of whom serve on the Cumberland County Grl Scout Board, Mrs. Ortrum Glbert of the MTSU language department, who serves as a cadete group leader, Mrs. Carole Carroll, leader of troop 886, and Mss Glora Denny, MTSU senor and Alpha Gamma Delta member, who s the publcty representatve for the organzaton." Dr. Carroll also ponted out "ths organzaton s an example of good Unverstycommunty relatons at work, and that for anyone nterested n keepng the cost of lvng down, Grl Scout cookes at only 50 cents per box are, ndeed, a bargan." It was also ponted out that I Phone MTSU has the frst Campus Grl Scout group n the state and that general response has been good, accordng to Mrs. Chretzberg. Some of the objectves of ths group are to provde servces to Grl Scout troops n the cty of Murfreesboro, as well as n the general local communty, to help wth Councl-wde events n Mddle Tennessee, and to use ther experences n Grl Scoutng to hold workshops for leaders. CAPs Jon Sgma Ch Another natonal fraternty joned the MTSU campus as Ch Alpha P was accepted by Sgma Ch. The fraternty receved word of ther acceptance on Feb. 6 Ch Alpha P was organzed on June 16, 1966 by seven founders. Snce 1966 ther membershp has grown to 63 actve members and 70 alumn. Soon after they were organzed they became afflated wth Sgma Ch. Intaton as Sgma Ch pledges for the entre fraternty occurred on Feb. 13. Rch Mackey, assstant executve secretary of Sgma Ch, performed the ntaton ceremony. The pledge perod wll last untl the week of March 29. Durng ths week they wll be ntaed as Eta Gamma chapter of Sgma Ch. "It has been a long process for us because Sgma Ch s one of the hardest natonal fraterntes to gan a charter n, but we decded a long tme ago t would be worth the wat," Plated Steve Graves, presdent of the fraternty. "It s a real honor for us and a real mlestone to acheve," he added. 123 N. Maple Street NORRIS BILLIARD PARLOR (Robert A. Norrs, Owner) MTSU STUDENTS Welcome BILLIARDS SNOOKER Open 8 tll 12 Monday thru Saturday Murfreesboro Federal Savngs and Loan Asssocaton 114 W. College Insured Savngs Home Loans. I Candd Campus Freshman Petton Vewed The freshman class has crculated a petton lstng ten rule changes they feel should be made. The followng MTSU students were asked about two of the proposed rule changes. Polk Bryant Curd The frst queston asked was concernng the vstaton of male dormtory rooms by grls durng certan hours. The second queston asked them was f class attendance should be voluntary. Art Polk, Kansas Cty, Mo., senor: "I feel t should be legalzed because t s a commonly accepted occurrence n today's socety. The morals of socety have expanded consderably n the last decade and our mnds must also. '1 feel compulsory class attendance should be enforced for freshmen. After ths year I feel attendance should be left to the judgment of the ndvdual nvolved and hs desre to mprove hmself." Roger Thomson, Gallatn junor: "The school, by nature, feels a responsblty toward protectng and gudng ts young people. However, t s my opnon that college students can and wll adequately respond n such a way to ths rule change, f made, as to be a credt to ther parents and assocates. "Compulsory class attendance should come from wthn a self motvated ndvdual that s, you should go to each class because you are payng for t. You are not gettng your money's worth f you don't. For the record, however, t should be* voluntary." Carol Bryant, Woodburg sophomore: "As far as I'm concerned, the hours asked for seem reasonable enough. 1 really don't know that much about t snce I'm not a freshman and lve off campus. "The voluntary program seems a lttle late comng. You can't force a student to learn f he doesn't want to. If someone wants to pay hs money and then not get the beneft of hs purchase then that's okay wth me." Bll Myatt, Hxson freshman: "1 lke ltl We're old enough to determne between what s rght and wrong. "If a person wants to learn, I feel lke hell go to class. I'm for not countng off for class absences. Sometmes a person s sck and the nstructor stll counts off on hs grade." Deborah Curd, Nashvlle freshman: "MTSU represents, to a certan extent, the only real progress made n Murfreesboro and I don't thnk the resdents n Murfreesboro, or for that matter, our parents wll accept any rulng of ths nature. "1 feel that by the tme a person atuns college level work, he should lx- able tu decde for hmself whether or not to attend class." Deborah Drver, Lafayette freshman: "If lle rule s passed and a grl wants to vst a male dormtory, I set- no harm n t. But our parents mght not accept the rulng. "Voluntary class attendance s a mark of progressve educaton. Attendance s voluntary at most nsttutons of hgher learnng. A student should feel enttled but not oblgated to attend classes. College students should be mature enough to use self-dscplne n regard to class attendance." Non-verbal Explanaton Japan s about as far away from Mddle Tennessee as t s possble to get before startng to return. To brdge ths gap, both geographcally and culturally, verbal communcaton s the most explct and adaptable of our repertore of deas and emoton conveyers. In "The Island," Japanese Vewed In By Rhea Cole flm-maker Kaeto Shnto rejects ths most obvous communcator to tread the dffcult and curous ground of non-verbal explanaton. Through hs self-enforced lmtaton, Shnto vvdly pre- Tho mson Drver 'he Island' 1 sents the struggle for bologcal and sprtual survval one of the few trats that humans the world over know and, dependng on the envronment, understand. The result dctated by Shnto's slent flm technques s a statement of the unversal human experence. A famly lves on an sland, yet t must spend agonzng hours haulng water from the manland n order to survve. Ther whole lves are bound up n carryng burdens of one knd or another. Water, gran, seaweed for fertlzer and fnally, the body of ther eldest son are all burdens that the man and hs wfe bear between them. Wth the loss of her son, the wfe breaks. The husband sees and understands, but the busness of lfe must proceed. "The Island" succeeds.

5 .'..... SIDELINES, M Feb. 19, FRIENDS OF DISTINCTION, SWEETWATER PERFORM FOR CROWD OF ONLY 1,500 A crowd of less than 1,500 vewed the thrd ASB bg name entertanment of the year show Tuesday nght n Memoral Gymnasum starrng Sweetwater and the Frends of Dstncton. The show, after ntroductons from Steve Graves, ASB secretary of publc affars, and the WMAK twosome of Alan and Alan, was turned over to the muscal group Sweetwater. Sweetwater s comprsed of eght classcal, rock, jazz, and folk muscans who have molded ther vared backgrounds nto a unque pop expresson. The group determnedly presented a cross secton of ther work showng ther verstlty and talent. They were well receved by de student body. Snger Absent The absence of Nans Nevns, lead vocalst, from the MTSU show was explaned to the audence. Mss Nevns was nvolved n an automoble accdent early n December. She s quckly recoverng after beng n a coma. There s some queston, however, on whether or not the throat rrtaton caused by two tracheotomes wll nterfere wth Mss Nevns' muscal career, were receved enthusastcally as they sang such hts as "Grazn' n the Grass" and 'El s Comng. " Jessca Cleaves, wth a voce rangng four and one half octaves was featured n "El's Comng", whle Barbara Jean Love had a solo part wth "Ths Generaton*. Floyd Butler ended the show wth a comment on beautful Amerca and ther ht song, "Crcles". Accordng to Fredde Her- By Rta Henderson rera, speaker for Sweetwater, the group s n a unque poston concernng the assemblng of ther materal. Other groups usually see, experence and lke smlar thngs. Accordngly, members of such groups may often throw ther materal together quckly and effcently. Backgrounds Sweetwater, on the other hand, explaned Herrera, s a contngency of dfferent backgrounds and musc; all are on a dfferent bran wave. The best musc, accordng to the group leader, s acheved when one person starts wth a germ of an dea. Ths dea then, he sad, goes through a perod of transton where all add ther changng desgns. Fnally, mpled Herrera, the group acheves a unque long dscussed and rearranged pece, flavored from several well developed styles. "We are always lookng for unque sound," the group leader explaned. The best way to do ths, sad Herrera, s to contnue workng and rearrangng. It must be ascertaned that certan standards are always kept so that people can understand us. he sad. When the group frst assembled n 1967, they dscussed many catchy names. Durng that tme they attended the Monterey pop festval. Hotels all flled, they slept n ther cars. Albert Moore, the clown and personalty of the group, went down to a rver nearby and got a bottle of water. After complanng that the water was too sweet, he came up wth R.G. Carlysle of the group Sweetwater gets equpment ready for the show at Memoral Gymnasum. SIDELINES reporter Rta Henderson, Murfreesboro sophomore, talks wth members of Sweetwater, August Bums (left) and Fredde the name Sweetwater. The group had spent four days tryng to decde on a name. Snce the name had a good rng and was not offensve t was decded that t was a good name for the group, sad Herrera. Record Releases Sweetwater has been rather slow n releasng records snce ther frst album. After ther frst record the group began to re-examne ther musc. They returned to smlar technques used before and began work on a new and second album. Half of the album was fnshed n December when Mss Nevns was nvolved n the accdent. Accordng to Herrera the group had to readjust ther musc to a morenstrumentally amed presentaton. Sweetwater plans, sad Herrera, to wat another month before makng any plans permanently excludng Mss Nevns from the group. Though the group has gotten along wthout her snce December, her permanent absence wll hurt the group, Herrera sad. If she s not back wthn a month the group wll probably fnsh the record wthout her. Members Mngle Before the performance, several of the members of Sweetwater mngled wth the audence. Albert Moore, flute player, went from place to place spreadng hs wttcsms as he tred to unconspcuously ntermngle. Accordng to Moore, entertanment can be a very lonely exstence. There are often just hotels after hotels wth very lttle tme to meet the people. Sweetwater, accordng to Herrera, has wde appeal and they are readly accepted by a vast majorty of audences. He concluded that "Sweetwater strves to brdge gaps." Through the ntegraton of dfferent backgrounds and deas they hope to acheve ths. Last mnute preparatons were beng made by the stage band crew and ther drector, Peter Morrs, as members of the Frends of Dstncton, RCA recordng group from Hollywood, Calforna, ate dnner at the Pronto. Jessca Cleaves and Barbara Jean Love smoked and read the paper whle Floyd Butler strolled around makng jokes as he went. Grabbng the paper from Jessca, he sad he'd rather go to Colonel Sander's and eat fred pe and skp the show. Male Members Followng a two year htch n the U.S. Ar Force and after a flng at professonal baseball n whch he made the frst team of the Los Angeles Angels, Harry Elston decded to make a career out of sngng when he drfted nto a rock group n the early sxtes. The group, n turn, sgned wth the travelng outft of soul snger, Ray Charles. It was here Elston met Floyd Butler and the nucleus of the Frends of Dstncton was formed. Harry s, accordng to Butler, the group's wrter, and t was he who composed the lyrcs to the Hugh Maskela ht, "Grazn' n the Grass." Female Members Jessca Cleaves, of Beverly Hlls, began takng voce lessons when she was 15, and she receved scholarshps to both the Unversty of Southern Calforna School of Musc and to the Calforna Insttute of Herrera (center), before ther performance Tuesday nght. the Arts. She met Floyd Butler and was brought nto the newly formng group. Barbara Jean Love, also from Beverly Hlls, s the daughter of West Coast dsc jockey, Reuben Brown. She joned the group about sx months before ther debut at the Dasy. Audences The Frends have played for varous audences college groups, supper clubs, cvc concerts, and T.V. shows. Yet, Butler admts favorng college audences. Reactng to the small turnout Tuesday nght, Butler sad he was not concerned w:th the quantty, only the personalty of the audence. The group had, accordng to Butler, been together for sx months before decdng, along wth ther manager, to select a name. Havng a dstnct sound and havng been frends for a long tme. Mss Lovesuggested the name Dstnct Frends. After more dscusson ther current name was decded upon. Bugler sad. "They are easy to communcate wth -- really beautful", sad Butler. "I had rather play one college performance than ten dnner clubs", Butler concluded. And communcate he ddlthe MTSU gym was rockng and reactons wore hghly favorable as the Frends of D.stncton receved a stand ng ovaton and surge of autograph seekers. d nn u Hllllll HI nun j ASB Loses $6,000 j = The Assocated Student Body lost approxmately S S $6,000 on the Frends of Dstncton and Sweetwater S a show Tuesday nght, accordng to Van Martn, ASB E = presdent. About 1,5000 people attended the show for whch E the ASB pad $8,000. E Several show offcals estmated that there were as S E many non-students as students at the show. S On the other two shows ths year the ASB lost another = $4,000 brngng the loss for the year to around $10,000. The Sam and Dave show lost $4,000 and the ASB broke even on the Vogues show, both last semester, E accordng to Martn. I n

6 6-SIDELINES, Feb. 19, 1970 Edtoral Bg Name Performers Represent $10,000 Loss The thrd and last ASB sponsored bg name entertanment show was held n the Memoral Gymnasum on Tuesday. And some of the bggest names on the pop musc scene have brought the year's bggest falure to the student government here. About $6000 were lost ths tme a szeable cut of the entertanment budget. Losses on the three bg name shows ths year total well over $10,000 and so t comes out at last that apathy s no longer free. In fact, t can be panfully expensve for those fghtng aganst ts spread. The problem doesn't seem to be a lack of varety. Students have been offered the soft musc of the Vogues, the rhythm and blues of Sam and Dave, and now the popular sound of the Frends of Dstncton and the hard rock beat of the Sweetwater. Yet only about 1500 persons turned out for Tuesday nght's performance. Roughly, that's about half a gym full of people, and a pretty poor showng for students her' because of ths lack of nterest n specal programs, ASB offcals are serously examnng the advsablty of contnung the campus servce, Van Martn, ASB presdent sad. Martn sad that on-campus bg name entertanment here usually pcks up a bgger response from Vanderblt and Peabody n Nashvlle than from home. The purpose of these shows sn't to make money that goes back nto student funds. Bg name entertanment has orgnated out of a student nterest n these popular groups and f student nterest no longer exsts, perhaps the shows are falng to fulfll ther functon. Homecomng's attracton the Vogues met wth a far to good recepton and the ASB almost broke even on the cash end of the bargan, probably because more students were seekng specal entertanment on that specal weekend. But Sam and Dave attracted a far smaller audence, and the ASB lost about $4200 on that show alone. Now comes the last show, wth two muscal groups, and the bggest loss of the year. ASB offcals are tryng not to take too dm a vew of the stuaton. But then $10,000 sn't a fgure that can be easly gnored. It seems a shame to drop one of the truly good non-academc programs on campus because too few students attend. But then, as the old adage says you never really apprecate what you've got untl you lose t By Wanda Ensor phnn Our Man Hoppe ununiiiiiiiiiiiiiiih mmnunnn11111 n111nu 11m nn 11111n1111n 1111 m Exhuberant Young Fools Fnd Ideal 'Cause' In Preservng Ecology By Arthur Hoppe Once upon a tme a young man named Irwn gave up protests. He gave up protestng Vetnam, the draft, sexually segregated rest rooms and pgs on campus. "Ecology s the one true causel" sad lrwn nobly, just lke most young people of the tme. "1 shall devote myself to makng a more beautful world." "Oh, my beamsh boy," cred hs happy mother, lke mothers everywhere. "I knew you'd gve up those slly demonstratons and settle down to dong good." "Everybody's for ecology, son," sadhs proud father, lke fathers everywhere. "At last we've found a common cause that wll close the generaton gap." And t dd. lrwn joned the Students for Delghtful Surroundngs. He spent hs days spearng ltter wth a ponty stck. And hs evenngs crculatng pettons demandng that Somethng Be Done. The older generaton fnally approved of the younger generaton. Everybody was happy. But after a year or so, lrwn and hs young frends dscovered that spearng ltter seemed somewhat joyless. And crculatng pettons seemed somewhat pontless. Nothng much got done. Oh, Congress passed a few blls. The corporatons talked about "corporate responsblty." The Presdent sad the local communtes must do more. The local communtes sad Washngton must do more. And the 1972 Belchphume-8 had 16 chrome-plated exhaust ppes. It was a best seller. So the ar got smoggjer, the waters fouler, the ltter deeper and the supermarkets more crowded. "These thngs take tme, son," sad Irwn's father nervously. "At least you're dong good, dear," sad Irwn's mother uneasly. At 5:14 p.m.. the followng Tuesday, the SDS staged a le-n on the Pasadena Freeway. The resultant traffc jam, extendng from Anahem to Azusa eventually had to be paved over. The Naton was outraged. Edtoral wrters thundered: "No lttle band of radcals, no matter how just ther cause, has the rght to..." The next day, the SDS blew up 16 dams to create wld rvers, toppled 42 ol derrcks to promote clean beaches and booed every passng baby carrage n Central Park. The followng week, they dynamted every sewer n Decatur. N.J., sabotaged the No Depost Bottle Factory n Bllngs, S.C, and tred to burn down the heart of Los Angeles but they couldn't fnd t. Young lrwn, home on the lam, was confronted by hs tearful moher. "Why don't you qut that radcal SDS, dear," she pleaded, "and jon the nce, respectable Serra Club nstead?" "Those Uncle Smokeysl" snorted Irwn^They just want to conserve the wlderness we've got. But we're gong to make the whole country nto one bg wldernessl" "But, son, pleaded hs father, "thnk of the nnocent people you're hurtng n ths cause of yours." "The great thng about ecology as a cause," sad lrwn happly, "s that everybody's gulty." And wth that he proceded to set fre to the famly car, tp over the famly barbecue and smash up all two-and-a-half tolets n the famly's two-and-a-half-bath house. When he'd gone, hs parents ruefully surveyed the wreckage. "1 thnk I lked t better," sad hs mother wth a sgh 1, "when he was only mad at the Presdent, the unversty, the polce and the Army." Moral: The generaton gap won't be closed untl these exuberant young fools grow old. Or we old fools grow exuberant. Sdelnes Box 42 Ex. 475 Offce 100 SUB WANDA ENSOR Edtor-n-Chef CHUCK SNYDER Busness Manager The SIDELINES It publhed»»t Monday and Thundery durng h. fall ond tprng MMtVI by the Hudent of M.ddle Tenneuee Slot* Un*«r»ty n Murfreetboro. Tennettee Entered a tecond clou mol mall*' at lh* Fol Offce at Murfreetboro. Tenneee. UrtoV act o' congreu. Mofch Repretenttd 'or natonal cdvertrng by the Natonol Advertng Servce. *«*. The edtoral opnon* reflect the edtoral polcy of the SIDELINES a determned by the n ember of the edtoral beard Edtoral vew do not necetorly reflect the offcal opnon or poton of Mddle Tennete* State vwertty or of t»tud*nt». faculty, or a4 mntraton The vew eahbted through the column* on he edtoral poget do nol necetory reflect only that of the author

7 ^M Letters Students Vote Or Throw Brcks To the edtor: On Feb. 4, 1970, I proudly attempted to regster n what would have been my frst electon. I was turned away, just as many of my fellow students have been, for reasons wth whch 1 am sure you are famlar. I was dsapponted, butl poltely went home. When 1 saw that many others were beng dened ther rghts 1 went back on Feb. 16 to have the matter clarfed; to see exactly why I was rejected. Agan they told me that the Electon Commsson consdered my resdency temporary, that 1 would probably be movng out when I graduated, and that, therefore, 1 could not vote. I ddn't consder ths a clarfcaton and tred to pursue the matter further, whereupon I was told that they were very busy and had no further tme for my questons. If any readers are confused as to why students reject the System, denounce the Establshment, and turn to breakng wndows and occupyng buldngs, perhaps ths ncdent wll help you understand. 1 tred the System and the System closed ts doors. Now, wll someone please hand me a brck? Erc Dam Box 1311 Women's Deadlnes Are Archac: Evans To the Edtor: On a recent vst to MTSU I was amazed, amused and astonshed at the archac rules regardng women's hours. A fellow U-T student and I had dates wth two freshman coeds on Saturday, Feb. 14. Before leavng on our da;e, we were aware that the women were to be home by mdnght. Whle realzng the "rdculous and repressve nature of ths» rule, we were wllng to abde by t. However, due to our unfamlanty wth the Murfreesboro-Nashvlle area and nclmate weather condtons, the grls arrved at ther dorm at 12:17 a.m. Upon returnng the coeds to ther respectve dorms (Lyon and McHenry), we were both humlated and nsulted by the treatment we receved by the counselors on duty. Nether my companon or 1 wore allowed to offer an explanaton for our tardness. What we receved were cold stares and doors slammed n our faces. Only then dd we realze the serousness of our offense. We had kept two college women for 17 mnutes (1020 seconds) past the magc moment of mdnght. As a result of ths ungodly act, the frghtened women wore summoned to appear before a commttee to explan ther rresponsble actons. Wthout a doubt the unversty's polcy toward women's hours s an nsult to a woman's ntellgence and a vagrant attack on her basc freedoms. Sncerely, Dck Evans Box th Street Knoxvlle, Tenn. Grubbs Says South Should 'Grow Up' To the Edtor: Up untl ths pont I have been sttng on the sdelnes readng the Sdelnes. 1 have been watchng the fne arstocratc southern peoples play ther fne arstocratc roles. I thnk that t s fnally tme for the South to come of age wth the rest of the naton. Although the admnstraton clams ts decrease for the sprng semester to be a yearly thng, I would lke to thnk of t as the awakenng of 479 students. The entre South s runnng off the very people who could brng t back up to par wth the rest of the naton. But unfortunately the people of the South do not lke change. They are too narrow-mnded and too clqush to even try to get out of the norm they set for themselves. And as most of us know, wthout change there s no gettng ahead. I am not statng that all southerners resst change. I am sayng that there s a large group that s. I was rased belevng that ths was a Unted States. After much travel and talkng wth dfferent persons 1 have found that the so called Unted States s actually the Northern Unted States and the Southern Unted States. The people of the South are stll fghtng the Cvl War. The sayng of the South s, "One naton under God ndvsble by Lncoln." As for me, I am sck of the Southern chldren. If the South wanted out of the Unon then Abraham Lncoln should have let them go. The Unted States has enough trouble wthout havng a backward country at ts heels. Allen Grubbs P. O. Box a.m. Breakfast To the Edtor: 1 would lke to nform the M1SU Student Body that the H-Rse Cafetera s open for a Contnental Breakfast each mornng, Monday thru Frday, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Ths conssts of Donuts, Juces, Fruts, Toast, Jelly, and Beverages. Meal tckets are honored. Cordally yours, Wllam D. Bennett Drector of Dnng Servce lerner; SIDELINES, Feb. 19, Seventes Wll See Lastng Cultural Values Revoluton (Edtor's Note: Educatorcolumnst Max Lerner sees a cultural revoluton n the new decade. Ths s hs thrd of fve artcles on what faces the younger generaton n the 1970s. PART 111 THE OTHER CULTURE If the Sxtes wore th; decade of poltcal revoluton among the young aganst the war, aganst the role of the blacks, aganst the unverstes and aganst the broad power structure the Seventes are lkely to be the decade of the cultural revoluton. Btterness The btterness about the war s beng muted somt'what and wll n tme wther away as the war wthers; the ghetto and unversty protests and the power struggles wll contnue, whle takng new forms that I want to dscuss n my next pece. But the cultural revoluton, whch took the form of the hppe, drug and rock movements n the Sxtes, wll probably broaden out to become a real values revoluton -- probably the most abdng of all the strands of the youth rebellon today. Other Revoluton What 1 am talkng about can be called both the "other revoluton " and the "other culture," dependng on what you contrast t wth. If you contrast t <-.th the poltcal revoluton, t s the other revoluton the cultural one. If you contrast t wth the prevalng or majorty culture, then t s the other culture, the emergng one of the young, whch wll become: ncreasngly the prevalng one of the decades ahead. I suspect that the poltcal revoluton of the young has about had t. The crazy excesses of the SDS Weatherman group of frenetcs -- the wld runnng through hgh school corrdors, the amless smashng of wndows n Pttsburgh or Cleveland have alenated not only the older Amercans but even the sane left among the young. Infantle Leftsm There s an "nfantle leftsm" (as Lenn used to phrase t) n the movements whch assume that the students can revolutonze the Amercan workers. It show.-, how badly cut off from realty the young revolutonary lluson s. The people whom the revolutonares need most to wn over the workng class and the whte-collar class n the ctes and the techncan class n the suburbs -- are the very people they have done the most to outrage anj turn aganst them. As for the blacks, whom the neo-marxsts are woong on the theory tha the revoluton wll have to be based on ther btterness and ther motvaton for volence, whle all the sgns pont to contnued black-whte tensons, few,f ay pont to a by Max Lerner revolutonary allance wth de whtes. Black protest n the Seventes wll contnue to take the form af black dentty rather than revoluton under whte leadershp. Cultural Revoluton I have gone to some length to argue ths n order to buttress my pont that the protest of the young wll move ncreasngly toward a cultural revoluton and the creaton of the "other culture." The overthrow of the power structure s, as I have suggested, beyond the capacty of the student movement. Even n Italy and France, where the students are far more closely lnked wth the workers, they couldn't do t. But the weavng of a new cultural fabrc, whch nvolves new deas and atttudes, newvalues, new moraltes, new codes,new lfe-stances and lfe-styles -- that s somethng qute else agan. That the young can do. In fact, that s exactly what they have been dong and wll contnue to do through the Seventes. Other Cultu re If I am rght, the "other culture" -- of pot and grass, of protests and marches and confrontatons, of sloppy clothes and sloppy ntellectual formulatons, of fuzzy har and fuzzy thnkng, of turnng nward and turnng on, of noholds-barred n the language and scenes of books and plays and moves, of puttng feelng ahead of thought and sensaton ahead of emoton, of anythnggoes n sexualty, of breakng wth parents and past, of expermentng w;th communal 'famles" and pseudo-relgous colones, of rejectng the old conformtes and fndng a new conformsm n the prson of ther own peer-groups, of replacng the eroded authorty by a new authortaransm of gurus and group leaders, of combnng a curous passvty wth all the sgns of total rebellon, of trustng that out of the constant guerrlla war wth the present some Jerusalem of the future wll somehow emerge -- ths other culture, I say, s a knd of exstentalst product of the energes and passons of the young. As such t sn't fake, as much of the poltcal atttude-strkng s, but somehow navely and touchngly genune. Abdng Strength s I want to come back to the abdng strengths and mmedate weakness of ths other culture n my last pece. But frst 1 want to stress that the whole unversty revolt and the antwar protest and the storm and stress over the grevances and rghts of the blacks are best seen not as power movements but as part of the atttudes the young are tryng out and the new lfe-style and valuesystem they are tryng to shape. Next: The New College Clmate

8 8--SIDELINES, Feb. 19, 1970 Rader Grls Avenge Only Loss Everyone watches as a Belmont Rebelette shoots a foul shot n the contest won by the MTSU grls The wn avenged the only loss tha t the Raderettes have suffered ths season. Fresh off a vctory over the Tennessee Tech grls, MTSU's extramural grls team avenged the only loss they have suffered ths season, slppng past the hghly regarded Belmont Rebelettes, The game, a clff-hanger from the very begnnng, was fnally settled on two free throws by Raderette Debbe Bowers n the wanng moments. MTSU's grls were led by Rhesa Sumrell who threaded the nets for 12 ponts, several on smooth outsde jumpers. Behnd her came Bowers wth 11, Audrey Rascoe wth 10, and Judy Lnvlle added nne. Belmont scorng was led by Sandra Raney who chpped n 14 to lead both teams MTSU wll now host Tennessee Tech n a rematch Saturday at 3:30 p.m. Sumrell Jumper Splls Bucs Well, they dd taganl MTSU made t two n a row on the road last Monday as they clpped the East Tenn. Bucs It wasn't easy though, as the Blue had to go nto one overtme to pck up wn number 13 of the season. Buc all-ovc canddate Mke Kretzer pushed the contest nto the extra perod as he ht a layup wth seconds left on the clock knottng the score at 57 all. But the fnal herocs went to MTSU guard Stan Sumrell, who popped a 20 foot jumper wth By Jm Lynch four seconds left n the extra perod to gve the Raders a vctory. Nether team could take control of the game n the frst half as MTSU took a slm one pont lead nto the dressng room at half-tme, But mdway though the second half, the Blue, behnd the efforts of Jm Drew, ran out to a seven pont spread only to see t vansh at the buzzer. Drew was the hgh pont man COMMERCE UNION BANK Member Martn Theatre F.D.I.C. "That's My Bank" Now showng of beauty, sex and drugs: A Cmema V Re'ease Prncess Now Showng Marbro the famly, way *V1 * HAYIEY MILLS JOHN MIUS HYWEl BENNETT MARJORIE RHOOES <.».u«"s -.F«SI" Mm^mw Mdll'Intlt'lllcanfY Drve-In Double Feature M. the " Down Starcase" for MTSU ptchng n 16ponts, followed by runnng mate Sumrell, who contrbuted 15. Kretzer led the scorng tor the Buccaneers and the game, cannng 20. Strnger, Rce and Gfford were the other East Tenn. scorers n double fgures wth 15, 14, and 11 respectvely. The Blue Raders wll now return home to the frendly confnes of Alumn Memoral Gymnasum Saturday nght as they play host to the Eastern Kentucky Colonels. MTSU Frosf Fall To Motlow State The MTSU Baby Raders traveled to Motlow State College M< day nght and absorbed a loss at the hands of the Tullahomans. MTSU was wthout the servces of forward Nck Prater and found the gong to be a lttle rough on the road. Jerry Altglbers led both teams n scorng, poppng 29 for Motlow. Mke M;:Dearmon led MTSU wth 18 markers, follow.^ closely by Steve Anderson's 17. A --ematch wll be played ths Saturday nght pror to the varsty clash wth Eastern Kentucky. EAST MAIN MARKET Mon. thru Sat. 8:30 A.M. 10:00 P.M. Could Be Our Year Netmen Eye OVC Plenty of depth seems the order of the year as Coach 'Buck' Bouldn prepares hs tenns team for one of ts bgger seasons. "We have to rate ourselves n the thck of the acton n the Oho Valley Conference, along wth Western Kentucky, Murray State andtennesseetech," he repled when asked to make a predcton for the upcomng net season. Two junor college transfers and two foregn players have added plenty of depth to the team that already had some of ts top players from last year returnng. lorn Magner, the senor from Orlando, Fla., wll agan caplan the netlers. (Magner was the captan last year but ran nto dffcultes at the end of the fall semester and had to st out the sprng semester of play.) "IIt's our top player ths year and wll defntely be one of the better players n the league," Bouldn stated. Magner, four years ago, was ranked number-20 n the 16- year olds n hs home state and won the Murray Invtatonal last year before runnng nto grade trouble. Two years ago he was the top man n the Blue Rader Invtatonal but was the runnerup last year. Ths past summer the captan won the Orlando Open and was runnerup n the Georga-Carolna Mens Doubles. Charles Beckham, from Atlanta, s one of the top junors returnng from last year. He was ranked number four n Georga durng hs hgh school days. Next on the age lst s junor Ron Persons from Fort Myers, Fla. Persons, one of the transfer students, has played for two years on the Natonal Junor College team at Central Florda Junor College. He s joned by 1 odd Harrs, who also played at Central Florda. Harrs, from Wnter Park, Fla. s also a junor. Lee Mayo, sophomore from Nashvlle, was the number three man on the squad last year, but played many of the matches as the number two man when the opportunty arose. Three years ago Mayo was ranked the number sx man n Tennessee and tns past summer was the runnerup n both sngles and dou- BMBaM^ absm^ababea Baamm Your favorte beverage always avalable MTSU students welcome! I n m I ms maa^m I HZ Mr. D's SEAFOODS ^HAMBURGERS 301 N.W. BROAD D Burger' Box French Fres & Cole Slaw By Gary Davenport bles n the Paducah, Kentucky Invtatonal. Sophomores Jm Burgener and Paul Valentncc contnue the lst of returnng players. Burgener, from Olney, 111., was ranked 16th n the Western 16-year old rankngs. In the past two years he has won four mens doubles ttles and Coach Bouldn ranks hm as 'one of our best doubles players." Valentncc hals from Fort Worth, Texas, and has been ranked n ether hgh school or junor rankngs n three states: Lousana, New Mexco and Texas. Two years ago he won the Fort Worth junor tenns ttle. Three freshmen conclude Bouldn's super crop, wth two of them halng from Lngland. George Fuggle, from London, advanced to round 16 n the Junor Wmbleton ths past year and also was twce runnerup n the Mddlesex 21-under champonshp, one of the bggest tournaments n England. Terence Havens, from Bury, s a two tune wnner of the Bury Festval of Sports mengland n both the doubles and sngles. Roundng out the talent s Davd Dowell, from Murfreesboro. Dowell s a former wnner n the Murfreesboro junor champonshps and ths summer was runnerup n the doubles tournament n Nashvlle. Mke Albano. the TIAC and OVC sngles champon last year for MTSU, s the assstant coach under Bouldn ths year. Albano was the Most Valuable Player n the OVC last year and s ranked number 25 n Eastern Mens rankngs. The netmen open ther sprng season March 21, when they travel to Columbus, Oho for a match and then on to Pensacola Florda the next day, and Florda State March 23. The frst dual meet s scheduled for March Western's Close Needs One More Western Kentucky vrtually rapped up the OVC ttle Monday nght wth a wn over Tennessee Tech. Coach Johnny Oldharn needs only one more vctory or a loss on the part of M rray State to clnch hs umteenth ttle as head mentor of the Bowlng Green Unversty. Murray's only hope s that they can wn all of ther remanng tlts whle Western falls nto a tal spn and drops t's fnal three. Murray would then have to play the fnal ten seconds of the contest last weekend wth Eastern Kentucky. OVC Commssoner Art Guepe ruled that the clock clcked off a lttle too fast on the Racers and resulted n a loss to the Colonels. The contest wll not be played unless t s necessary to determne the OVC champon. TEACHERS 400 Vacances elem. & H.S. PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY VIRGINIA Salary: $7,000.-$11,700 on campus February 25, 1970

9 The Peeled Eye f wth Gary Davenport A Coach And A Gentleman There sn't a sngle tme that he hasn't extended hs hand and sad hello when I've come wthn a gym's length of hm. He s always wllng to take a few mnutes *of hs tme to talk to me, and many moments have we spent talkng about thngs that don't really mert space n ths paper because they're so confdental. Truly n every sense of the word, Jmmy Earle s not only a fne coach, but a gentleman as well. For the frst tme n a year and a half of workng on ths paper, I truly feel lke 1 know Coach Earle. There have been tmes when I have talked to hm, but only from a coach's pont of vew. Now 1 feel lke I'm talkng to a man. And t's ths gentleman atttude of hs that has done wonders w.th the Blue Rader basketball team. The team started out the year lackng a suffcent shooter to complment the defense, the phase of the game Earle promsed to mprove on. I can stll remember the words he stated when I talked to hm an the begnnng of the fall semester: "For the past few years Mddle Tennessee has been at the bottom of the league n defensve ponts allowed. I'm gong to change that, and I'll bench the regular starters f they don't hustle n order to do t." And he dd And the game where Steve McElhaney played so well defensvely, barely able to breathe. I can stll see the smle on Earle's face as Mac took to the bench for the fnal tme. But the thng I lke best about Jmmy Earle s hs always wllng atttude to help. Lke the tme we asked hm to let me go to the dressng room wth the team a: halftme. He ddn't know that we wanted to examne hm n work. He ddn't realze we would be stoopng and squrmng to get just the rght angle for a dressng room pcture to run n our next edton. And he ddn't know that Jm Lynch would be dong a story on hs approach at dressng room pep ralles. He ddn t know all of these thngs, all he wanted to do was what most coaches won't do, help. And then there was Tuesday afternoon when I stopped by Jm Freeman's offce n connecton wth some tenns pctures. 1 ran nto Coach Earle as 1 was leavng and uttered those usually hated words: "You got a mnute coach?" He had mnutes Earle look the tme lo show me the Iabounds play that set up Stan Sumrell lor the four-second shot that won the game aganst E.st Tennessee. And he also showed me the defense the team used as the Buccaneers tred to get the ball back n play for a fnal attempt at wnnng the game. It was at ths moment anjther sde ol Jmmy Earle was exhbted the ablty to laugh. I rack coach Dean Hayes walked up, and as le and Earle nbbled on a cooke from the vendng machne, they remnsced about the Eastern Kentucky game of last year. The one where one of ther 'guns' go Ins face cut up and had lo go to the hosptal. Only ths partcular player got back n tme to snk a last second shot to gve the-colonels an overtme vctory. 'I'll tell you what, we're gong to make sure In stays n the hosptal untl the gam.' s over ths year f 1 have to take hm myself." A good coach, a true gentleman, and an even mere sncere frend. Jmnj Earle. MURFREESB0R0 BANK & TRUST CO. The Rader Bank" Snce 1911 Faculty Wns The MTSU faculty cooled the heels of the fraternty team last Monday nght. The faculty, behnd the 20 pont effort of Gary Whaley, held an eght pont advantage at halftme Then the fraterntes came stormng back n the second half to almost overtake ther elders, fallng but one pont short. Behnd Whaley, the faculty regstered Jm Fnley wth 18. and Bob LaLance wth 13 to top out the scorng for the "old men". The fraternty scorng was spread out between eght men, led by DanNowell's 19, and Greg Cook's 10. Credt must be gven to the fraterntes for schedulng the game on a nght when the MTSU basketball coaches were at East Tennessee wth the varsty. Outstandng foresght. It almost worked. Coach Earle The acton was hot and heavy n the Faculty vs Fraternty clash last Monday. Faculty won Photo by Jm Lynch ovc St ondngs TEAM Austn Peay.. r CONFERENCE W L OVERALL W L The Center For All Drug Needs! STICKNEY AND GRIFFIS I L. IMMJA crrnc DRUG STORE ALSO Russell Stover Candes Phone I J How would you feel f your father smoked pot? If t were all rght wth hm, would t be okay wth you? How okay? Anytme he's home? What about whle drvng? What about at work? Even f he's a plot? If pot should be legal, can anyone smoke t? Includng the Presdent? The Supreme Court? What about your kd sster? How about your mother? Thnk about t. A message to stmulate thnkng from NoDoz-the pll that helps you thnk when you're tred, keep alert tablets.

10 10--SrDEUNES, Feb. 19, 1970 Ken R ley Shakng hands wth Ken Rley s lke stckng your hand nto an overcoat pocket - t sort of gets lost. "Bg Ken" was an experence to ntervew, I mean, what knd of questons do you ask a man yoj look up to and can't see around... Careful questons man, careful questons. But don't let the 6-5, 230 pound frame fool you. Ken Rley s one of the ncest and frendlest guys I've met at MTSU, especally f you're on hs vbraton - sports. Blled as a forward. Ken sometmes pulls duty at center because of hs tremendous jumpng ablty and ball handlng technques. Also, f you've ever watched nm brng the ball down you know he's got the moves and aglty of a good guard. Ken attrbutes hs "slow start" ths season prmarly to hs physcal condton. After an njury that benched tmn all of last year, he was havng trouble gettng nto the groove agan. It's really hard to get "up' for a game when you've been away for a whle. I would say Ken s begnnng to get up a lttle more for the game now, he poured n 23 ponts aganst Morehead the other nght and grabbed 14 rebounds, then two nghts later dropped n 18 aganst Murray. About hs rather low percentage from the charty strpe, about 40 percent. Ken says t's just lack of concentraton. He's workng on t and hopes to brng t up before the season ends. He fgures f he can brng hs free throw percentage up to 80 percent t would boost hs overall average at least two ponts. Ken beleves the seemngly slow start the team had ths year was largely due to mstakes. He feels that the teams record doesn't honestly reflect the amount of talent they have, and as they gan experence and confdence and can develop ther runnng game, they wll contnue to steadly mprove. About the team. Ken says they get along great, lke brothers. There s never any dssenson on the squad, they respect each other as both players and men. Ken has much respect for the coachng staff, partcularly Coach Earle. He sad, "Whenever a team wns they have respect for each other and for ther coach. The coach who doesn't command ths respect doesn't have a wnnng team." For those of you who may have worred some about Ken's njures from the Tech game, he's OK. They hardly bother hm at all now, and he should be ready to go Saturday nght. Ken's future plans evolve a- round basketball. He would lke to try the Pro's to see f he can make t, but for now he wants to be a good college basketball player and a good student. Wth hs good shootng eye, aglty, hustle and that bg frendly grn, I thnk Ken's gonna make t on both counts. Keep up the good work Bg Ken and best of luck from the SIDELINES. Lnksmen Open Wth Tourney Come Sprng young men's thoughts turn to love, but not the thoughts of Coach E. K. Patty and the Blue Rader golf team. Ther thoughts turn to the upcomng golf season, begnnng wth the Palmt'tto Invtatonal Tournament at Orangeburg. S.C., on March and ther frst dual match wth the Unversty of North Dakota here n Murfreesboro on March 24 on the Stones Rver Country Club course. By John Boyd The MTSU squad wll be cocaptaned by Mke Whtesde and An Kraft. The lst of players reads lke Who's Who n amateur golf. Mke Whtesde, senor from Columba, Tenn., and 1969 Tennessee Intercollegate Champon; Art Kraft, a senor from Newman, Ga., and 1%9 M>d-South Invtatonal Champon; Steve Head a senor from Sprngfeld, Tenn., and 1968 TVGA runnerup; Jeff R'ley, senor from Balboa, Canal Zone, and runner-up n 1969 Senor Bowl wll be returnng to play along wth Blly Thompson, a junor from Balboa, Canal Zone. Gerry Rseberg, a sophomore from Balboa, Canal Zone, 1969 Sewanne Invtatonal Champon; Joel Perant, a sophomore from Balboa, Canal Zone, 1967 Panama Amateur Champon fll out the squad. Freshman players wll be Jm Atkns from Mt. Vernon, Ind., Zeke Maddox from Columba, Tenn., and Johnny Ledbetter from Jackson, Tenn., accordng to Coach Patty. Coach Patty cones to ths season wth a record whch s mpressve ndeed. Hs teams have won ten champonshps n the Tennessee Intercollcg.u Tournament and was Tennessee Intercollegate Champons as well as Md-South Champons and Murray Invtatonal Champ ons. Coach Patty, perhaps summed t up best by sayng, "the OVC Champonshp wll be played here n Murfreesboro, and we should stand a good chance of wnnng t." wth FaraPress- Wherever you go, you'll fnd that FARAH s the fashon leader n slacks that men prefer. Ft and fashon go together to say comfort and good looks for all occasons. You'll lke the new FARAH fabrcs that look neat and stay that way because they "Never Need Ironng." Even conservatve profs rebel aganst smear tactcs on term papers. You're always better off wth erasable Corrasable* Bond. An ordnary pencl eraser lets you erase wthout a trace on Eaton's Corrasable typewrter paper. At college bookstores and statonery stores. Only Eaton makes Corrasable' EATON'S CORRASABLE BOND TYPEWRITER PAPER Eaton Paper Dvson of textronl Pttsfeld, Massachusetts Smudge-ns are out! /.*»k Jack ton Heght* Plaza

11 Drama Group Produces Seventeenth Century Play By Bll Swan and Carol Wall "We decded to produce The Imagnary Invald because we needed a perod play (Seventeenth Century I'rench) at ths tme n our theatre season," sad Ujrethc lucker, head of the Drama Department. "Also we wanted to expose MTSU students to the favorte play of Mjlere, one of the most mportant persons n dramatc lterature." SIDELINES, Feb. 19, FRANKLYSPEAWNG y Phl tank Producton Dates f-eb March 2.3. The fast-paced comedy wll be performed February and March 2 and 3 n the arena theatre located n the Dramatc Arts Buldng. Tckets go on sale today n the Unversty Center's tcket offce and are free to MTSU students. I'm always consderng vehcles for my advanced drama students," sad Mrs. Tucker. "At the moment 1 am readng to death to fnd a show to put on n May. It's lke a football coach lookng for the rght games for hs team." There are many consderatons to be made n choosng a play. What fnancal funds are avalable? How wll the play progress the educaton of the drama students? What sort of theatre does your audence lke? What talent s avalable? "On our budget, we only can do so many bg shows a season," sad Mrs. Tucker. Although The Imagnary Invald s an expensve lttle play, t does not come near the cost of Musc Man. "Also the play has proven to be excellent n research possbltes n recreatng Seventeenth Century styles for our techncal crew, costumers and actors." In terms of content, ths comedy wth satrcal overtones of Molere's pet peeve, the thevery of the medcal professon, should lven up ths season's fare. The plot s concerned wth Monseur Audn, the magnary nvald of the play's ttle, and hs attempts to marry hs daughter, Angelque, to a doctor's son. Tonette, the famly mad, and Beralde, Audn's brother, try to change hs mnd about ths and arrange secret meetngs between Angelque and her lover, Cleante. Meanwhle, Balnd, Audn's wfe s tryng to persuade her daughter to M*C Ouna Msftotj, VsA* \ X, & l:.lm '-\ f^rj^3^\ com«s.»tn«5 MOM \_ *- ""* COLONEL SANDERS' RECIPE fcttutkv JM C to*** 519 S. Church Street, Murfreecboro. Mrs. Dorethe Tucker, head of the Drama Department, says that drectng s "lke a football coach lookng for the rght games for hs team. I'm always lookng for the rght vehcle for my advanced dram,* students." enter a nunnery so that when Audn des, she wll nhert hs entre fortune. "Fnally a drector can't produce a play wthout frst consderng hs actors," sad Mrs. Tucker. "For nstance, f I were gong to do a Shakespearan play, I would not con- sder Kng Lear because perhaps once n forty years of teachng does a professor come across someone capable of playng the lead part. Luckly we had the rght people for The Imagnary Invald. In fact many who audtoned, but dd not make t. could have done well n the play." HOW FAST DO YOU READ? Would You Lke To Double or Trple Your Readng Speed? [The Self Development Insttute offers to MTSU students: Free readng speed and comprehenson evaluaton. Specal Student rates for the Better Readng Program a natonally recognzed and proven program for readng mprovement. No oblgaton ntroductory meetngs Dates: Thursday February 19 Tme: 7p.m. Place: Monday February Mnerva Drve For further nformaton call p.m. 8p.m. daly. l ATTENTION ALUMNI & RECENT GRADUATES j I Consder Ths Feld At least once durng our lves, and sometmes, several tmes, we must select an occupaton to follow whch best suts our abltes, our temperament, and especally our desres for future I economc growth. Qute often envronment plays a part n determnng whch occupaton we pursue. Many are satsfed to reman n an "nherted economc level". Others want more of the better thngs n lfe and are prepared to put forth the extra effort requred. We are now ntervewng applcants for the fnest busness career n Amerca. The future belongs to men of ambton who can sell, and there s no brghter future n sales than n the lfe nsurance ndustry. If you have the followng qualfcatons, you should nvestgate ths opportunty. (1) A College Graduate or Possess Proven Sales Experence (2) Ages 25 to 45 (3) Marred (4) Nashvlle or Mddle Tennessee Resdent of at least 3 years Call me, J. H. Smth at for a personal confdental ntervew THE PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY An Equal Opportunty Employer

12 12-SIDELINES, Feb. 19, 1970 Busness Admnstraton Students Complete Study Senor and graduate students n Busness Admnstraton have completed several sgnfcant studes relatng to the economy of the Mddle Tennessee area. The subject areas range from a fve-year retal sales forecast for Murfreesboro to a study of an ndependent ambulance servce for Callatn. R]chard Dodson and Wlle J. McKnney completed a Master of Busness Admnstraton research requrement that ndcates that M;rfreesboro retal sales wll ncrease from a $69,960,000 bllon fgure to $95,310,000 for A Moblty Pattern on New Inhabtants was compled by Tom Sanford, Al Buckley, Don Sewell, Joe Lngerfelt, Clay Holloway, Paul Crabtree and Ron Hnton n an effort to project housng needs for the next few years n ths area Of practcal nterest to Md- dle Tennessee State Unversty admnstraton was a study by Edward Kaesee 111, Wllam McKenny, Douglas Alsup and Lndsey Mller on the employers evaluaton of MTSU busness traned men and women. Questonares were sent to 67 frms whch had employed MTSU busness admnstraton graduates wthn the past fve years. On the bass of these reples MTSU graduates have the hghest ratng n "Relablty" far above the average of other employees. MTSU graduates also were rated on "the hgh sde" of such ntangbles as "team work", "promotonal potental," ablty to plan and supervse work and leadershp ablty. They ranked well up towards the top n scholastc background, crtcal judgment, ablty to work wthout super- vson and the overall qualty of ther work. Fve members of Dr. Dun- Stan's class dd a research project related to the possblty of an ndependent ambulance servce n Sunner county. The report was based on 200 ntervews from persons selected at random from the telephone drectory. It dsclosed that there was a lack of nformaton among Sumner county resdents relatve to the ssue or of alternatves to the work beng carred on by the funeral homes. A relatvely small per cent of persons ntervewed favored a servce charge for ambulance needs. Speaker of the House Clff Gllespe has called a jont meetng of the House and Senate for tonght at 6:30. All members are urged to attend. AUTO INSURANCE MTSU STUDENTS SINGLE - Age 16 to 18 - $240; Age 19 to 21 - $230; Age 22 to 24 - $220. MARRIED - Age 21 - $83 Age 22 - $79; Age 23 - $74; Age 24 - $68; Age 25 - $ Months to Pay. PHONE SMYRNA SHELLEY INSURANCE AGENCY You could buy one of those small cars. Hgh School Students Involved MTSU To Become Two Day U.N. For two days n Aprl, the MTSU campus wll be transformed nto a Unted Natons. The Internatonal Relatons Club s offerng Tennessee hgh school students the opportunty to assume the dentty of a naton and to partcpate drectly n a model Unted Natons. Why hold a model Unted Natons? Mary Pat Wllams of the Internatonal Relatons Club explans, "ths s an age of'experence* and "total nvolvement* followng too many years of alenaton caused by mass communcaton, our moble socety, and our mpersonal specalzaton. We beleve that ths new era s vtal and good. "However, rather than the too often msdrected experence wth alchol and total nvolvement n drugs, we at Mddle Tennessee State Unversty propose a creatve experence, a total nvolvement on a hopegvng force the Unted Natons. Each hgh school s allowed as many delegatons as t desres. A delegaton, consstng of four members, wll choose the country t wshes But look what you don't get ant-theft gnton key warnng buzzer Magc-Mrror acrylc lacquer fnsh choce of three standard engnes: 4, 6, or V8 room for fve passengers and ther luggage foot-operated parkng brake bas belted ply tres cgarette lghter glove compartment wth lock wder tread front and rear Nova - s four transmsson choces got a lot to talk about. Because you get so much more value wth a Nova. Thngs you just can't fnd on other cars anywhere near the prce. Maybe that's why Nova s such a bg day-nght rearvew mrror nner fenders front and rear more usable luggage capacty flush-and-dry rorker panels computerselected sprngs seller. It offers what more people want. Along wth a resale value that'll make some of those other cars seem even smaller by comparson. Puttng you frst, keeps us frst. rear wndows that roll up and down cargo-guard luggage compartment forward - mounted door lock buttons By Jm Leonhrth to represent, and then ts members wll be responsble for such research as wll allow them to represent ther country n ts true character. In addton, each member of each delegaton wll be allowed to choose membershps on one of four commttees: Poltcal Commttee A, Poltcal Commttee B, an Economc Commttee and a Socal-Humantaran-Cultural Commttee. Ths wll help restrct the research requred of a student. The model UN wll be Aprl 3-4. 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