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Volume VIII Issue 9 November 9,1972 Court S i des Wit h Sugar Company U.S. District Court Judge Peter Fay, although "sympathiling with the plight of domestic farm labor ers" (quote from the Miami Her ald). ruled las!. Friday (Nov 3)in a suit filed by the Uni':ed Farm Workers union that the employment practices of Florida sugar companies were not to be interfered with. Natatorial Exposition Set For Sunday High noon Natorial expostion! Post election splash ng, swiming, and Diving sunday beginiog at twelve at the pool! Student Court Orders Firearms Off Campus In the suit, filed by-UFW last Sept errber, the union claimed that William V Norwood, Jr. regional manpower administrator for the U.s. Department of Labor, had failed in his duty to require sugar corn}>aties to "positively" recruit American workers before importing foreign labor to harvest the sugar croll-. Last October 12, a request made by union lawyer Joseph Kaplan for a preliminary injunction to prohibit 10, 000 Jamaicans from entering Florida during the height of the season was denied by Fay. (New Coll ege's Dr. Marshall Barry was prominent among testimony for the defense in this phase of the suit. ) After h earing UFW testimony on "J"ovember 2 and 3 Fay de clared that "not only had the union failed to substanti.ate its cln rges that susz;ar c ompanies lre engaged (continued on page 4) Including strange relays, 50 meter drags with fins (butter fly and freestyle), water volleyball, straight events upon demand, water polo, bubble blow ing, 25 meter roll stroke, dog paddle, underwater football, refreshments? Y' all come. Per sons interested in helping or if you have suggestions contact Mark Calkins; Glenn Price, Linda Loss, Marta Grossman, or Fred Ayer. Harb, Peck Win Special Elect ion charlie Harb w as e l e c t e d to the Student court and Madge P eck to the SEC in elections tha t were held last MQ:lday lo fill vacancies in those positions. J D. Moore formerly held the court seat and Noah yanich was the form e r first -year SEC m e m ber. Both Moore and yanich lost their student status and thus their offices. Organization Proposals Downed, Find Host SEC Says Tu.:sday's SEC m.z.cting wd.s f .ve m\rt:ltes late because of on the of chairman Ron Dav1dson. As the first business of the mt.et ing, the Bread noard asked the SEC to :.tpprove $100 for th,ee performances of 'Exit the King' to be produced as an IS? The motion was made and :::uried, In to various qu.!stions, Jim H uner, Brea:i ",3oard chairman, reported I hat the Bread Board treasury DCT'I has $2071 and was expecting a n additiona l $180 from women's group and $40 from David Pini. He said the Bread Boar d owed $204 ror the teleph o n e bill and predicted the Board ... ould be on l y four or five hund ed dollars in debt at the end :>f this t erm. Ron Davidson i:ben opened discus:;ion on the Student cha ir H e mentioned :hat Ross Terrill, second Student chair guest, had stayed only one day on his visit, when his contract c:>.lls for a weekend visit. Adele Davis, a future Student chair speaker, whose conlract also calls for a Yanich Must rwo day stay, \\'ill also only stay one day. Ron suggested that the SC make a motion to pay Terrill half his salary plus expenses, cancel oavis' contract, and charge the public adm:ssion to see the other expected speakers Mercedes Maccambridg and walt Rostou. The mvney saved from Davis' fee could then be used for some other New college community event. ObJections raised to this 1dea caused it to be tabled for further investigation. Ron then proposed a resolution that stated that any organi?ation run for o r by students be respon sible to the SEC ; o r that any organizatio n run by or for students have a student as its head; and tha t this student could if neces sary, just rubberstamp decisions made by an organization leader who was n o t a student Stuart Levitan suggested that this last statement m eant Ron was und ermining his own stupid proposal". The resolution was not made by a:y SEC m ember and so the matter was dropped. A motion was made and passed t o present the statement o n Tentll'e and Governance discussed at last week's meeting to Thursday's special faculty m eeting This was done after omitting a resolution that then;., mber of students on the Faculty Status Committee be increased. Noah yanich was SEC guest priveledges after SEC members learned that if they hosted him the SEC would be re sponsible for housing him. Rep res entative Levitan remarked that he would" rather give (his) right arm to cancer" than SEC mone: t<' house N.:1ah, CATALYST editors oan Chambliss and Doug Stinson asked for the approval of a state ment that "no publication be designated as the officia l publication of the students ot New college" so that as D a n said, the SEC could not be sued if the CATALYST were to be charged with libel. This was made a motion and passed u1animously. A suggestion was made that pay phones be installed in each court on pei campus, but no motion wa> made. The Student Court met Monday night in their third meeting this year ], D. Moore, Brad Chesbro, and Ross Ackerman pleaded "no contest" to charges of posessing guns in violation of the student code. All were found guilty and given three days to get their weapons out of the state. r\o fines or other pun ishment were levied. The court stated that they wanted to keep the community free from the threat of intimidation, andre their right to issue search warrant to help attain this goal. A complaint by Tom Campion that Dana Clyman's car (which was found in the Fishbowl Monday morning) violated the parking rules and offended his aesthetic taste was refused by the court. C ourt Prosecutor Brian Reid displays the weapons confiscated during a recent r oom search. Student Chair Issue Flares At SEC Meeting After laying dormant for two months, the controversial issue of the handling of the student chair has flared again. The most recent cause for concern revolves around last weekend' s brief appearance by or. Ross Terrill. The contract for or. Terrill signed by Sheila Roher and backed with stu:lent funds, contained contradictory clauses. }n the space for Date of appearance was "Friday, Further on, however, 1t was stipulated that the noted sinologist would conduct seminars, meetings, and the like, for the duration of the weekend. When Jim scappaticcio and Helen Gabel, acting with support of the SEC, discussed the matter with program corporation of A me rica, it was resolved that or. Terrill would be available Friday and Saturda}, instead of the .veekend. Apparently, they were led to believe that this meant all Friday and Saturdaythis, however, was not the case. For while Jim axxi Helen met with nallas Dort, chairman of the soard of Trustees, to map out an agenda for the two da> s, Ross Terrill was booking flights that would bring him into sarasota at 5 PM Frida}, and carl) him away 26 hours later. It has been decided by the powers that be (Earl Helgeson, Ron Davidson, SEC), to honor the agreement and pay the full price for the abortive engage ment--$1, 250. Rather than break the remaining cootracts (legally quite possible) and risk being blacklisted by the corporation, the lecture series is continuing as planned (SiC). After much negotiation, it has been resolved that Adelle D .vis, noted author and nutritionist, will spend the weekend on campus, sometime in May, at a cost of $1 750. The remainder of the program consists of walt Rostow, economist and historian, and Mercedes Mac cambridge, actress, each offering their experience and exper use to the student body and community at a cost of $1, 250. Be sure to attend. you paid for it.

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Page two THE NEW COllEGE CATALYST P 0 Box 1958 Sarasota, Fla 33578 NEW COllEGE STUDENT PUBLICATIONS Daniel F Chambliss and Douglas G. Stinson co-editors Sherri Mcindoe-editorial assistant Lee Harrison-Advertising and Circulation Manager Staff Tom Sommers Kirk Kerekes, Sally Stephens, Eddie Katzman, Marie Sprayberry, Amy Schachter, Stuart Levitan, Bruce Need .Marilyn Math, Ira Halberstadt, Polly }uengling, Robert Kornman, Ron Barrett, Charlotte Meriwether, Lisa Ohotzke, Mike Spaletta, Beth Brov.-n, Laura Gode, Noah Yanich, and Pat Wasz Torn Campion Editorials It's a lways easy to find t hings wrong with the S t uden t Court If we were the defendent we might get upset w ith Court Prosecutor Brian Reid's apparent role as Chief Justice. One may wonder why the court has not publicized it's modes of procedures However, in spite of some of the good fun which goes on at the meetings. we can say something which is not often easy to say about the court, and that is that both the Court and the Prosecutor seem to be trying to do a decent job. A '-UNOR APOLOGY 1 'ot for our mistakes, but for our inability to squeele any news out of 'ew daily life. Our policy this term has been to long (eight or issues of the CATALYST v.1th shorter (four-page) ones. thus offering regu-lar cover .. of routine events while occasionally featuring photo:;sr phic specials, literary supplements. guest columns and the like. In all this. in trying to put together some news journal attractive enough to merit more thru1 passing attention, we have come to the not-so-st rtling realization tl1at exciting news at New is nude swimming laws, and that big happenings are academic expulsions and prowess in the continental drift Maybe we aren't looking hard enough ... If you would like to advertize your business in The CATALYST, contact Lee Harrison, New College Student Publications, P.O. Box 1958, Sarasota Fla. The CATALYST November 9, 1972 The Editor The CATALYST FORUM Dear Sir; I want to make it clear that I was misquoted in the November 3rd issue of the CATALYST in your reporting of the Faculty Meeting. I did not say that Mr Paster's use of funds bordered on the illegal. What I did say was that I had heard or was tol d tbat this was the case. And my rcason for bringing this up in a fac ulty meeting was to find out whether or not it was true. In the same vein, I had previously asked whether or not it was true that two separate committees had opposed him, and yet that the opposition was overruled. Dear Dan and Doug, I worked in the Campus Book Shop three days last week. While there, I learned several things that rn ay instruct and/ or amuse the New College Crowd: 1) the Store owes incredible amounts to major book suppliers 2) requests for 2nd term have not yet been ordered; 3) the "new" manager is Evelyn Paster, co-manager of the place a few years back. (For more on those wacky Pasters, consult this term 1 s 7th number of the CATALYST ) I don't know whether I could be penaliled for urging students to buy books elsewhere ( 1'Whe-ere, they would chime I'm sure). so I wcn't urge any one to do so, even though the simplest sort of logic would lead one from the facts above to at least suspicion that few, if any, 2nd term texts will be available. I don't know if I would be laughed at for suggesting that faculty and students systematically investigate this whole mess again. It was attempted last year; you see who got the contract, despite the investigating committee's recommendations. (See that same issue of the paper. in case you don't know. ) The College Resources Committee has recently encouraged the faculty to order 2nd term books through the Store. Mr. Harra pledges that outstanding bills will be paid. How? With whose money? It will be a cold day in Sarasota before the College can shell out that much. Has Paster finally coughed up the promised $20, 000? Tune in next wee}.; Chances are we'll still be hanging from the same cliff. Yours for the Over-the-Counter ture, Stan I vester Dear New college ()'gao (Or whatever you call yourself this year), I am one of the New college studez>ts in Italy. 1 am writing regaruing a certain professor whose contract was terminated. 1 took this professor's Italian course my first year at NC (69 70). Also [ took part of the direct method Spanish course he gave last year. (The direct method course was a d1vergence from traditional Amer Ican teaching methods but--) Now I am in Italy participating in a direct method* Italian course at the Universita Per Stranieri in Perugia, I found that not only did I learn an incredible amount of Italian fro !Y1 this professor but the direct method of teaching romance language' seems to be most preferable as most people from many linguistic backgrounds learn easily. This tells one that this man was not only a fine professor but that he was a professor in the spiri t that I see New College, Innovative, chan6ing w ith the times and alway s looking for better methods of education. It is also ('esirable to be sucessful arul as far as I've seen this professor has bee'"quite sucessful. J was formerly upset that he had his contract terminated. But uJW I am appalled that NC should oust such an excellent professor. I know other fine prois. have been g iven the boot for reasons very indirectly connected with the pursuit of a ufirst class" education, but this is the first time it was brought so close to home. I JUSt had to express some displeasure over this situation even though I am nearly finished with ID} ninth term at NC All r can saris I am gbd I got the benefit of these fine professors while I was at NC and I am sorry lor the new students because they will soon be without them. *direct method h the only one used here. -S}lvia Greenwald To this question the answer was affirmative. To my other question there was no answer. This itself. of course, does not entail that Mr. Paster has in any way misused funds It may well be that the difficulties of the bookstore are simply difficulties which he inherited. I repeat that my point in raising the entire question was simply to get from om administrative officials information which I did not have. Sincerely, Douglas C. Berggren Professor of Philosophy The Editors: This letter is a imed at those who oppose war, favor individual free dom, and voted for George McGovern. You blew it\' Richard Nixon, for the next four years, will have the legal authorit) to wage war and to arrest or harass anyone he wishes to arrest of harass. you didn't want Nixon to have these powers. That's why you voted for McGovern(i.e., youwantedMcGovern to have the authority to wage war and to arrest anyone.) But } ou must share the moral responsil:ility for the Nixon administration. BY participating in the election, you have agreed to abide by the results of that election. Sinc'e Nixon won, you must recognize him as the nghtiul holder of the powers of the p re sidency. o u !CCC ze t x n right to wage war, to draft men, arrest anybody, and, in the event of another war, surrender the en--y We non-voters, though, can claim --without fear of contradiction- hb [ B d f the immoralit) of war anJ of the Fts ow ugge control of one man's life by another man. A few years ago l'eople began to recognize the evil of forcing men to d1e for a countr} in which the) could not :ote. They tried to solve the problem by ;jving these men the vote. But they failed to t see the real problem: that men are forced to Jie for a countr) tha} do not Wver )OU: He will take )OUr sons ... to make hlS instruments of war, and instruments of his chariots .. He will take tbe tenth of your sheep, and ye shall he his servants." this a dem :>nstration tor Thermod} nam1cs? The ew Art A like the Israelites, exhtblt? well, parkmg spaces on campus are scarce. ::1 desi:e to be ruled. The} are willing to put up "ith killing, c.lestruc-Uon, waste, and injustice m order to have their ruler. And that is Dear Lditor: The Scopes Monkey Trial is coning to NC I was in Hamilton Center about 12:20 p m. tonight (Thursday). Semi-surprisingly some new college students were wheeling an oil dripping Volkswagen in the front door, and to the fishbowl. I had already heard of this plan to place a VV..' in tl1e fishbowl which seems like a not particularly imaginative adolescent phantasy. The semi-surprise was that certain nc students were having difficulty distinguishing between individual expression and idiocy. TERM PAPERS Send for your descriptive, uplodate. I28page, mail order catalog of 2,300 qual1ty termpapers. Enclose $1.00 to cover postage and handling. WE ALSO WRITE CUSTOM MADE PAPERS. The task was abandoned. and the VW rolled back outside after reaching the doors of the fishbowl because, apparently, the participants decided not to let oil drip all over the rug in thefishbowl. How considerate' A conversation ensued between me and several participants. The person I saw drive the VW up the steps and in the front door of Hamilton Center identified himself as a Student Court Judge. He refused to tell me his name, giving me a :pseudonym Then he said his last name was Dana. A second person in the conversation, who berated me earlier for refusing to help in this prank, identified himself as Student Court Pro secutor, but declined to tell me JU$l what you, dear voters, will not only have to put up with, but will to share the moral respoo sibilit} for. P. T. Barnum really knew whJt it was all about: "There's a sucker born every minute." Bill Conerly 1\EPRESEJ\."TED FOR ATIONAL ADVERTISING BY National Educational Advertising Services, Inc. 360 leJ
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November 9, 1972 Miller Publishes New Poem A poem by Dr A MeA Miller, assistant professor of literature, titled "The Kind Alumna States Her Freedom 11 appears in the current issue Two tional poems by Dr Miller are printed in the most recent issue of Poet, an International Month _!y, one of whiCh is a reprint first published in Four 9uarters. Biology Paper Presented Dr William J Tiffany III assistant professor of biology, delivered a paper to the Division of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry of the Ameri can Society of Zoologists at the society's regional meeting in Columbia, S C last month His paper was entitled Aspects of Bivalve Excretion 11 At the meeting. Dr Tiffany was elected to the board of directors of the Ta1lahassee, Sop choppy & Gulf Coast Marine Biological Association, and was also appointed its honorary advisory member The TS & GCMBA is an incorporated marine biological association dedicated to research and improvements in the marine sciences of the Gulf of Mexico Forthcoming is his paper on "Aspects of excretory ultrafiltration in the bivalved molluscs" to be published Nov. 1S in the international journal Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Dr. Dennis Barrett, candidate for a position in Biology, will visit the campus on November 13 and 14, Monday and Tuesday of next week He will present a talk at 4:00 pm, Monday, November 13, in S-2 on "Gene Expression in Development and Emymologic Detours. 11 All faculty and students are invited to attend QUIS CALEND AR Fri. 11/10. Meeting of the NCiroard of Trustees concludes. Ad lib for faculty and staff 4:30 PM, South Hall. NC film series: "The Red Desert. 7 and 9:30PM, Teaching Auditorium. Admission approximately $1 00. S1m. 11/12. Society of Frieiids' (Quakers) discussion 10 AM worship 11 AM, Music Room. NC film series: "To Die in Madrid. English narration by SU' John G 1elgud. Spanish Civil War documentary, with newsreel films of the period. "One of the greatest documentaries ... a masterpiece not to be missed. (New York Herald Trib1me). 7 and 9:30PM, Teaching Auditoriwn. Florida West .Coast Symphony Chamber Music Series: Smetana Quartet. Mon 11 / 13. M ath Events: twOl'ITms "Flatland, an animated satire of the year 1999, based on the classic by Edwin A Abbott in 1884 Also: "Pits, Peaks and Passes, produced by the Mathematical Association of America, proving a most remarkable topological theorum. 7:30 PM Nat. Sci. II The S1m Center Parent Child Care Center needs vol1mteers for the ISP period and for se c o n d term. Any one in tereste d in l earning about the center should call 366-6138 If possible, would like to meet potential v ol1mteers next Tuesday morning (Nov. 14) Transportation will be arranged. The Center is the only daycare facility for the residents of Newtown and desperately needs man/ worn an power in order to remain in operation. ?????????????? ??????????????????????????????????????????? Q: l'low come tl 1ere were a sheep and a go a t tethered behind the sculpture barrac k s a while ago. ? A: A NC student had been given them by a local farmer bec ause they were sick and he didn't wan to care for them. The student was planning to try to heal one of them, but things generally went awry and both of the un fm't1mate creatures had to be put to sleep. Q: Who donated the picture of the bishop hanging in the din-ing room? A : The picture, actually a rubbing was donated to C several years ago by a student who hnd acquired it on a trip to England. Post erity fails to note the name of this generous individual how-ever. QUESTIONS SHOULD BE SENT TO KIRK KEREKES, BOX 23S The CATALYST Wed. 11/ 1S Lecture on the ocCi:ilt"by Dr Marcello Truzzi, associate professor of sociology. Fifth of series. 7:30 PM in the Music Room, $5. 00 per lecture. Asolo film: "Catch-22. 11 Anti-war indicted with Alan Ar kin. directed bv Mike Nichols. U, S, 1971 2:30, 7 and 9:30 PM Fri. 11/17 TERM I ENDS! Adlib for faculty and staff; 7:30 PM South Hall. New College String Quartet Concert; informal, for the College comm1mity. Beethoven's Quartet in E Minor, Op. 59 No 2 (Rasournovsky"); Schumann's Quartet No 1 in A M inor Op. 41. Also Bruce Hutcheon's "Flamestoker, performed by he and guitarist James Sick. 8:1S PM Hllmilton Center. S1m 11/ 17 Society of Frien
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Page four The CATALYST ---Tiffany: On I By now, probbly vey= m "'" rowby (nd tht occsionally includes sarasota) has heard the song, "Take It Easy." After that factual acc01mt of reality, I feel obliged to jour-It is typical of the finely polished folk-rock generated b">: such ney briefly into the abstract with a pseudo-hype of The .sfjtlif.ht groups as Poco, New Riders of the Purple Sage, and Bumto Kid (Warne!' Brothers MS-2050) by non other than Captam ee Brothers. It then surprises no one to discover that the four mem-heart and His Magic Band. There are no words in the human bers of the group, Eagles, who do "Take It Easy" were partially tongue to adequately describe Beefheart or his You generated from those groups. eithet' like it or it makes you nauseous. I really d1g Beefheart; "Take It Easy" is a cut off the Eagle's album entitled Debbie usualiy pukes. In ru1y event, TI1e Spotli&ht Kid is (Asylum, SD-5054). This neo-messiah folk-rock group cal of Beefheart's previous albums, wft1lthe poss1ble exception consiSts of: Glenn Frey. guitar; Bernie Leadon, guitar; Randy of its lyrics making more sense. The music is dynamite; the Meisner, bass: Don Henley, drums. "Take It Easy" was written lyrics, far-out. I can best illustrate by quoting four poems by by Glenn Frey and the infamous Jackson 11 Beefheart. EaCh one describes four other members of his band. also contributed one other song for Eagles entitled Nightingale. The styles and content of both songs are very reminiscent of Browne's own album Saturate Before Usnag {Asylum. SD-5051) As you may have noticed, Asylum recor sis putting together an impressive group of artists. Actually, the Eagles' first album was sort of a ringer, as it was produced in London at Olympic Studios by the same producer. Glyn Johns, who produced Traffic, the Wl1o. and those Peck's bad boys. the Stones. Before I further plague you with each individual's genesis, I had better mention tl1e album itself. It is definitely one of the finest combinations of folk-rock and true rock that I have heard this year, with the possible exception of America (Warner Br?th ers, 2576) If you liked America, you'll love Eagles, and VlCe versa. If you didn't like America. etc etc. Besides the two cuts I already mentioned. six of the remain ing songs on the album were written by the Eagles. One other cut entitled "Peaceful Easy Feeling" was written by Jack Temp chin. Sorry--! don't know anything about this dude; but then my field is clam urine. The song, however, is a beautiful relaxing mind trip. It is definitely one of the better cuts on the album. The only other song not entil'ely by Eagles is "Tram Leaves Here This Moming" by Bernie Leadon and Gene Clark. For those of you not aquainted with Gene Clark, I suggest looking at old Byrds albums to see who wrote many of the songs (not to men tion sang them and played quitar). Gene Clark, since leaving the Byt'ds has done gigs with m;my people, but most notably has two dynamite solo albums. The latest is entitled Light (A&M, SP-4294) As I previously mentioned, there are some decent rock cuts on the album such as ''Chug .'\ll Night. This song by Frey is, by rhythm, typical of most AM radio commercial rock, but that's where the similarity ends. The style js so highly polished that it comes off as one of those t\mes you find yourself repeating over and over to yourself Perhaps its only drawback is the baneful chorus. Perhaps you won't like it at all Perhaps Per haps, then you would better enjoy "Take the Devil This slow rock cut will never make the AM radio scene. It's too intricate and haunting for most microcephalic AM discjockies. (Appologies to WNCR, to whom this does not apply. ) It reminds me of early soft electric music of Country Joe & the Fish, following the same melodical journey through the mind It's a simple tune, constantly modified and augmented by the addition of instru ments and volume and intricacies; commonly known as variation on the same theme. Perhaps (a very good word. i11deed) the best way to describe the style of tl1e album would be to briefly give a resume of the Eagles' experience in other well known Then you can conjure up a synthesis of their backgrounds Glenn Frey began as a rock guitarist in Detroit and eventually moved to the Los Angeles area, where his real initiation to folk-rock began. He jammed for awhile with Jackson Browne and was eventually signed by good-old Linda Ronstadt to back her up. Linda also signed Don Henley and Randy Meisner. and finally Bernie Lead on So there they were, and here they are. Randy Meisner's first actual claim to fame was his involvement with Buffalo Springfield, the genesis group for a million and one foll<-rock groups and e g. Neil Young and Stephen Stills. Richie Furay ;md Jim Messina, also from Buf falo Springfield later got together with Randy Meisner to form Poco, one of the most dynamite folk-rock groups ever (you'd never guess that I dig them. ) Anyone who has not bad the pleasure of listening to Poco with a group of good friends is cultur ally deprived. I highly suggest Pickin S> the Pieces (Epic, BN-26460) and From the Inside undoubtedly thei.t best albums. Anyhow. getting back to Meisner, he briefly tried a stint with Ricky Nelson's Stone Canyon Band before joining Eagles. Yes folks, it's the same Ricky Nelson from Ozzie & Harriet, and believe it or not, the album is almost the Fifth {Decca, DL-75297) --gern_ie Leadon has played with more individuals than you can shake a stick at; including Clarence White (Byros) Chris Hillman (Byrds Burrito Brothers), Gene ::lark l1yrds, among others), Doug Dillard {Dillards; Dillat'd & Clark1 He then joined the Bur rito Brothers and finally merged with Frey, Meisner and Henley to form Eagles. (By the way. the group names in parentheses af ter individuals pertain to their past affiliations. not Bernie's). A go:>d example of Bernie's guitar work can be heard on !l!!?.g Burrito Brothers {A & M SP-4295) Don Henley lead a very patclly existence as a drummer for a variety of hard-luck groups. His luck changed when he started playing with 1\1 Perkins (Burrito Brothers, Manassas) and a few others. At this point Linda Ronstadt carne to the rescue and took him in. In fact Linda brought all four of the together as was mentioned ;Jbove Now all that1 s left to do is to go pick up on linda's albums and try to figure out why she never really attained super-star status. But that will be a future chap ter in my tainted liie as: Bill Tiffany. skin-out biologist and sometime music freak. INFORMATION PREGNANCY TEST AVAilABLE An Abortion con be arranged within 24 hours You can return home the same day yov leove. CALL COLLECT: 215 -735 .. 8100 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK A Non Pro lor Orsonrzatton 24 HOURS Ed Marimba '1Vrar1in's trot yacht's wave billiard's cue white polas might ribs day sacroiliacs jab heaven's chuckling back relax armadillo xylophone in lOdiac 'n back marimba's back Ed Marimba's back. Rochette Morton The Ilead catatonic from the roller rink rank 'n rambunctious are employed in this pleasant pussy his crabby whiskers above his feet-in glass house sleepers drinks yellow milk from cocker-sp;miel still life number paintings just another nose in this fine leather coat cat howling on green gravel tar paper the whole world is his walk. Ninleg Eel Fingerling Tor this boy it's like a winged eel fingerling crawling thru lime jello it's like a chrome black eyebrow rolled out real long a paper brow magnifying glass fried brown. edge scot'ched, yoked like a squeak from a speaker behind forehead of the time, licorice schtick open tube of valuable JuJuBees. Zoot Horn Rollo A triangle Tef a rented convertible, and tore off into the desert towards Las Vegas. In the week that ensues, Thompson and Acosta manage, under the influence of as many drugs as they can consume and still remain conscious, to terrorize mOl>t of Las vegas, miss the race but infiltrate a national District Attorney's conference on Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, race all over [.as Vegas vom itiog from a white cadd) convertible with the tires pumped up to 100 lbs. psi, ripoff a maJor [.as vegas hotel and then move into another, and lastl), discover II the American Dream". on top of it all, they get away with it. The story, originally serialized in Rolling Stone, is an rxcellent exam ple of phase 0110 new JOurnalism Where the" Electric Kool-1\ id Acid Test" leaves off, Hunter Thompson picks up in a rambling, electrified style not dissimilar from that of ", aked Lunch" and "Desolation Row" and procedes to 1ourne) through the drug-induced nightmare> of the plas-. tic, chrome, and vinyl capitol of the netherlands of America. Thompson, whose prevJO;:s book "Hell's Angels" WQn critical acclaim,is currently a political reporter for Rolling Stone. fear and Loathing" is an excellent book that I can recommend without qualification to anyone as a fascinatir" ant! expansive piece of Journalism. (Mr. Firefly is a 21 ) ear old NC student maJOring in law, al coholism, and new JOurnalism who claims to be on seven y ear option.) advace tickets on sale now : students 75<1: day of show $1. 00 2 DAYS ONLY! NOV, 8 & 9 MAURICE EVANS JUDITH ANDERSON "' 11>r GEORGE SCHAEFER I .......... <11\IWA>I tnacne I COI.Ofl TERM PAPERS Researched end professionally typed. All wnters have a minimuM 8S, SA Degree. CALL COLLECT 202-333-0201 ALSO AVAILABLE OUR TE RMPAPER CATALOG (OVER 3,000 O N FILE) We wd1 not send the same paper to the same school twice. ORDER NOW Send $1.00 to cover postage and hand I ing for your catalog. TERMPAPER LIBRARY. INC. 3160 "0 .. Street. N W Washington, D C. 20007


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