Uasillllir; //'' -
floating above, drifting aimlessly idling here; gathering there. placing my substance where it is welcome.
but not resting. the wind goes where it will. i go with it.
the eyes the eyes
heard the eyes the eyes storehouse of surprise; sometimes smiling are
probing deep the eyes to
speak the eyes.
Like grains of wheat That float so gracefully through the air of Nebraska wheal fields Your floats
endlessly through the corridors of my soul.
You must be tall and warm With eyes that open and close
Your hands must be able to hold.
happy when you're happy And sad when you're sad. And
You must be
feel you have to feel you have to.
walk? We have a
to come back to.
nice touch to silence.
The words will follow. I
old we'll grow together; young then take me with you.
Is that the way to travel?
I don't miss
Besides, leaves add If
If you like, there's music And a candle for mood,
The door's locked? Then stay awhile. You'll call the police? Come now, please, there's
Ah, another. What game shall we play tonight? Who shall I've a bag full of costumes.
I'm not all that hard to get used to. I shave regularly.
And if the
dialogue is right neon light to flash.
If not, well we can fix it. There's ways for that. If not, we can move on. So tell
how shall it be?
free to go.
go of it?
in the lower left hand
grounds of a Buddist Mon astery outside the city of Quang Tri in South Vietnam in April of 1969. It is a simple yet was
beautiful, ceremonial incense burner. The Vi etnamese
burn incense to the
of their ancestors, a practice of the Buddist faith. The hole in the pot was caused by a burst from a mortar shell, showing that
nothing escapes the devastation of war. The picture in the upper left hand corner is a shrine at that same Buddist Monastery. I call the shot "Reflections of past Glory." And surely all the glory is in the past, be cause as we all know, the culture is being sys tematically destroyed. When I look this pic ture, the beauty of it all was that these tem ple grounds were a sort of oasis in the middle of a desert. Surrounding these grounds were military complexes, where grass and trees re fused As
lo grow. a
student of the Seventies, I
the role that the
see clearly University graduate must
play. Would it be presumptuous of me to say that we must not ask new questions, bul find relevant
Would il be further presumptuous of me to say that we must all patch up that hole in the incense burner and we must all create
oasises the world
I think not.
David J. Medeiros
Moon solo and the eyes of night are shining. On stage, the skin of darkness rubs against the trees Taut, sensual. The breeze licks the dew drops dry.
Into the hollows of nighl A furry racoon burrows. Dawn and trees that shake droplets of light Rise up to meet the pathways
of the eye. Turtles do turtle things, their world below the lowest branch Bugs, delicate and perfect, fly and crawl And snakes rub their skin against the morning.
the river picks up the music and spreads the dream. Gathering the speed of dancing leaves. Sounds run through the
undergrowth Deep, throaty calls: lo perch
low, light limb Cackles, stares, moves with the on a
wind. The sun warms like good wine drink slowly.
's'm ^. d
You told me once That Httle girls Grow into women. I didn't understand. Your hands were small then. And everything you said Could fit into a single room.
Remember when we played house And you would dress up and bum the brownies? I was a doctor that year, And very busy. All that was a long time ago. I look at you sometimes when you sleep And smile at your eyelids and your curls. The ribbon around your hair Makes me think That women grow slowly into little girls.
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Accomodations: the Tower Hill Motor Inn
locale apartments housing of-
for rent in the
and rt. 1
an eye open for ads in the Good 5$ Cigar.
ACI: the Adult Correctional Institute. If you are interested in doing volunteer work there, con tact Jericho
Society in Memorial Union
the American Civil Liberties Union will
have been threatened, ie, voting rights, police services are brutality, women's rights .
free, unless able
Pick your own or buy them cheaply (in at the end of Austin Avenue, just off
Rte. 44 in Greenville, R.I.
Air War Slide Show:
lion about the air
itself and the related
corporations' involvemenl in producing
materials. To schedule the slide show contact Vietnam Veterans
the War Office in
the M. Union
also. GALLERIES. MUSEUMS, nearby, guild and gallery on Rte. 1 in Charles town, a fine collection of 19th cent, oil and see
The Alternative is
50 artists and craftsmen:
Open framing by appointment, 322-0506.
the title of the
CO-OP. ASPCA: Amusement Parks:
Rocky Poinl, War wick. Crescent Park,
Society for the of Cruelty lo
Riverside. Jolly Cholly's. Wesl War wick. Mesquamicul,
Broad Walk. Conn.
342 Fountain Street, Provi
Antiques: The closest antique shop is Brad Smith's he specializes in period porcelain. furniture, paintings. glass and decorative accessories. Open Mon-Sal 9:30-5. By Appl. 539-2870. Jets. 112 and 138, Wyo ming, R.I.
7:30 p.m., Rocky Hill Fair Ground, Division Road, East Greenwich. Auto-Mechanics: Pitcher's in
with Norlh and South
Body repair try Ziggy's
For instruction check
Kingston High Rt. 2
clothes records, from Post
Office in Wakefield.
see also, PREGNANCY. COUN SELING, INFIRMARY. To obtain oral con traceptives. Intrauterine devices, diaphrams. condoms, spermicides and information, con
of Rhode Island, 274Planned Parenthood 421-9620. The Infirmary might also be able lo help you oul.
nearby bookstore Community
also Happy Hours.
are available 2 days before the game al the box office in Keaney. Go early for popular games sometimes line starts al 6 a.m. .
any book in
print for you quickly. Open daily 10-8, Fridays till 9, Sundays till
Poinl Judith, Scarborough, Narragansett, Moonstone, Mesquamicul, are some of the popular beaches.
Bulletin Board: All kinds of information
toring services on
(from tu posted
the bulletin board outside the Pub in the
Bus: Bus schedules
are available at the Informa tion Desk in the Union. A bus leaves Mon.-
Fri., 4:30 for the Wakefield Mall from the Bed boards: if you want
sturdy board for over to Housing and put prepared to carry it to a
Union. It's free. your your your
protect your bike, use only case-hardened or 100% hardened locks and chains, best to keep it inside. If you lose it anyway, try writing to the manufacturer, distributors and your slate
representative, suggesting serial numbers be
impressed clearly bikes. This
might help. Remember, Wear While." Repairs: "Driving at Night best book on 1,3, and 10 speeds is Anybody's Bike Book, by Tom Cuthbertson. $3.00
your suite, call your R.A. He
against plantings. ness
Bicycles: The only way is by nol buying
Busts: If there is
The Biisi Book, Grove Press, $1.95 helpful hints on how to act (or not lo act) when faced with the law.
Cheese: Best for cheeses of all sorts is the Cheese Shop on Bellvue Avenue in Newport. SomeCafe: The
the Umbrella a
Cafe is located in the barn of Coffee is
cup. Off rl. 1 Naval Air Station exit.
George Washington son Apr. 1-Oct. 31. Arcadia Area
The Good 5<t Cigar Office is on the third floor of the Union and they have a mailbox in the Student Activities office. Anyone can
facilities include ($2
Campgrounds: Stale-owned per night): Burlingame Slate Park son Apr.-Ocl. 31.
limes Alternative has great Cheddar. Also try the Cheese Shop in Midland Mall. Warwick.
Memorial Union Cinema Friday, Saturday and
announcement for free.
machine in the Pub.
Charge: Canoe Camp Sites: Burlingame Management
Charlestown: Season. Year Round. Carolina
nouncements of the Fine
and hand-crafted candles
Shop. Also availa candle-making supplies and
Wakefield and Pier Cin
the shores of the Paw
catuck River. Richmond,
coupon in the
the Wood and Wax Works ble
you've ever sometime off, Newport Bridge (see tolls)
signs to Cliff-Walk, the ocean walk is beautiful, and the mansions are also. It's free. low
Canto II: A coffee house al Canterberry House; 12 midnight. open Mon.-Thurs. 10 p.m. Live Music, coffee, open discussions, films
happens to come along. A chaplain on duly, lo counsel on problems of all kinds, including draft, drugs, pregnancy.
also BIRTH CONTROL and V.D.
Cliff- Walk: if
Change: A bunch of great peo ple al 212 Union St. in Providence who are working for all kinds of social change that promotes justice and self-determination ie. United Farmworkers. The center is probably the most politically active group around. For
Center for Social
information call 751-2008.
recycled cheap clothes at the Salvation Army closest one is on Wash Street in W. Warwick Savage Rose usually has interesting clothes. Peacedale. Emporium India Ware house is in Providence.
Street 6219057. The Rubicon
On campus see, ROOM.
Community for Non- Violent Action. (203) 376-9970.
also CRAFTS SHOPS.
also BIRTH CONTROL
Counselling: Chaplains tial counselling at
available for confiden the Catholic Center, the 330 in the Union al any lime. are
rectory or rm. Se also, PREGNANCY.
Damages: Under your housing contract you are monetarily responsible for any damages in curred in your room. Inventory your own room
AND CANTO II.
Counseling Center: Siudents visit the counselling center for a wide variety of things; educa tional-vocational problems, use of drugs, in ter-personal relationship problems, discour troubles in agement, self-doubt, courses and just hassles in general. A professional counse lor is on hand to help in any way possible. URI Students without charge. Call 792-2288,
you aren't there.
Roosevelt Hall. Crafts:
Day Care Center: CANE Fantastic
Road in Wakefield.
Factory, Simple Pleasures, Wood and
Windswept Country Store.
Hart Wood and Craft.
Delicatessen: Problems cussed
Prov. (best chive and collage cheese in the world).
Dressed in red skirt and wooden
Standing in the front of the School desks in rows
Shakespeare cummings Strapped to a chair. Locked into That cannot
Hygiene if you want your teeth cleaned, only $1 in the basement of Washburn.
Sitting in silent boredoin Awaiting the light Straight as the forces that bind them School children in Can you see Plato
Mainstreel in Jamestown. Stop & Wakefield, Joe's Benefit St. Prov.,
Starr Del off Orms St. Exit of 95, Chef-a-roni rt. 2 East Greenwich. Davis Del. on Hope St.
Dental School desks in
Dynamite home-made on
Rt. 2. The nearest Dunkin" Donuls
and East Greenwich.
Ecology: "Ecology is the way all living things, in cluding men, women, and children, commune
Discounts: There dents with
few stores which
with the air, earth and water to sup earth." Allan Berube
discount. Block Artist in
Prov., Loring Studio in Wickford, Wakefield and Pier Cinemas.
in all din
and the easiest to
phere. highly informal meals secure an extra portion for for
Fantastic Umbrella Factory: On old Post Road (Naval Air Station. Exit from rt. 1) A com
shops, featuring imported crafts, old books, cookware,
hobby supplies. Leather items Open Tues.-Sun.
and made to order.
films that your
Action, Inc.. 1346 Conneticut Avenue, NW rm. 371, Wash. D.C.
Film: Newsreel will rent radical and
environment, 25C from En
and native hand
and the best atmos Butterfield is the
general social hour. Hope has Lucy the # 1 white lady, con tinental
home handbook with info
Williams is the best
on Campus HEED office Ecology Action for R.I., 50 Olive Street, Prov. 274-9429. Do-Il-Yourself Ecology
Check N.Y. information,
see also, damages, R.A.s, Head Resi dents, Keys and Busts.
Off Rt. 108 in Galilee. Lob
and other .seafood sold
formation available at the
Drop-In Center on college rd. in the psychology build
Independently operated staffed by con
102 specializes Grange, Main 9a.m.-5.p.m.
8 p.m. -6
furnishings. Hope Valley Hope Valley, Oct.-Apr.
organic food, whole grains,
flours, dried beans, nuts, cereals, etc. Watch for
professional psychol ogists and counselors, the
The Alternative offers
Rd., East Greenwich, Sept.-Dec, Sundays 7 a.m. -5 p.m. Warren's At rotary of rts. 2, 4,
friendly ear. a place to talk, straight info on the draft, problem pregnan cies, legal hassles, drugs,
academic and other per sonal problems.
scale grocery basis, not really in organics yet.
cheap. Brown Food Co-op, 90 man
Game Room: M. Union has Fooseball, Pool, Pong, and Bowling.
Free Press: New you with
England Free Press, can provide copies of radical and movement lit
work in the Game Room
Area six years ago, I have met many young people and wherever I travel, I always meet
Street,- Boston, Mass.
The game ard tables
or call (617) 536-9219. non-profit organization you will charged printing and postage.
erature. Write and request their list of arti cles: New England Free Press, 791 Tremont
University: For information about Free versity Courses at URI contact Studenl
the time. Usu
for there is
pong tables. There
13 billiard and 5 ping many excellent ping pong players at URI and the champions are mostly foreign stu are
FUNE: Free University of New England formerly the Clearing house, deals with contemporary problems publish the FUNE Catalogue, a collection of many wonderful Ihings going on in the New England States, projects, groups,
activity. Write FUNE, School of Education, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass. 01002.
Gay Lib: Kingston Gay Liberation, their purpose is to help gays and straights realize what gay is. Gay Lib is not political, not activist, and not bullshit. For further information contact
the Student Senate Office, fee house ads in Cigar. Galleries: There's ter
who greets room is a
watch for Cof
in the Fine Arts Cen
also, ART, MUSEUMS.
dents. The last three
Yugoslavia. When school starts in the fall, freshmen seem take over, bul when I see some who play too
much, I try
them that if
play pool they
Some have taken my advise and some have flunked out. Many girls enjoy a game of pool and we have about 10 "regulars". Most ever yone is well behaved, but as in all cases there are the very few who I have to "holler" at once in awhile. Vandahsm is at a low ebb this year, and most try to keep the clean, especially since we put carpets
mak My job is very busy at times ing change, answering questions, giving direc etc. but when I leave tions, fixing equipment, floors.
URI, I will miss it,
will most of the under
graduates who are here now. Reggie Godrow (Game
Contact HEED in MU
Grades: Hassle? See your professor first, next visit the head of your department, if that fails,
visit the Ombudsman, he is your last hope and will try everything to help you. see also OMBUDSMAN.
wholesale (in large amounts) Kenyon Mills in Usquepaugh, just off 138. You can buy flours from the httle mills
the street from the mill.
available at the infirmary.
their office is
in the Union.
and in dorms to discard URI
URI. eg. Disciplinary Action. Judicial Board, etc. it can be found al the giv-away counter
information desk in Union. Herbs: Maedowbrook Herb Garden, Rt. 138, Wy oming, R.I. They are growers of organic
herbs, and offer
variety of plants,
seeds, organic fertilizers and books. Has
Happy Hours: Anchor Lounge, Peacedale Bonnet Lounge rl. AIA Bonnet Shore Bon Vue,
1, Fri. 6-9
Caesars, Scarborough, Wed. Nile band and
or isolated pots. Beavertail Point,
Dancing De Luca's
Scarborough, Wed. 5-7 Neptune, Mesquamicul. Band, People Ocean View. Rl. 1, Fri. 6-8 Dancing Parrot North, Peacedale, Fights
City Acre Pond, Pond, Hazard .ve. Rocks, Roads ehind Cow Bam, Areas ehind Fine Arts, The 100
Pub, Union Fri. 4-6 Sundown
complete selection of Herb seasonings, spices and teas. (Try sun lea!) Shop and green houses open daily from 9-4 and on Sundays 1-4.
/arden's Rt. 108, Wed. and Sun.
Twin Willows. Rl. AIA Bonnet Shores IN MEMORIAM: THE BEACH COMBER.
lower on rt. I.
barns, however if you want
ride the horses,
Hart Wood and Craft: town, fine
lA towards James
sign a waiver, injury. See
Animal Science for
Housing: Office is located first floor of
Services: see also, BIRTH CONTROL CLINICS, COUNSELING. INFIRMARY.
Health Stores: Excellent
in Warwick Mall.
Begin here with a good story lo try and break your housing con tract. See also, KEYS, DAMAGES.
Infirmary: Ice: You may gel some ice from the Dining Halls if you're in need and ask politely, try Hope first and say hello to Lucy. There is also an ice machine
in Wakefield at the
working to become a complete health clinic. Advisory
Board is involved in gov of the Infirmary.
Campus, Ellery Pond freezes (Feb.) see also RINKS.
any kind of sick ness. All your records are strictly confidential. treat
a gynecologist is on hand. information is available, tests cure treatment is available. Barry Solomon runs the infirmary and has made
birlh control for VD and
If you costs
in the Sludent Activi ties Office. It is of
studenl must have on
mary offers everything from trying to slop a nose bleed to helping with mind hassles. A
him at all times.
Income Tax: Free
help in figuring out your taxes is available at the Federal Bureau Building
has lots of information aboul
Post campus happenings. events, train and bus schedules.
info on athletics, lost and found, free brochures, directo You
ries. Lists of
on campus activi ties and committees.
your interest and receive up to
that will count
towards your major. Go to a prof, in your field, ask if you can
study independently register.
where you go if you want lo like bullhorns etc.
Journey: See "Nomad's Land" Check Ride Board in MU just outside of the Studenl Activities Office
Narragansett During the sum and grains on Sun. They and welcome you lo join
off of rl. 2 in Charlestown. mer
they sell crafts friendly people
them and learn their past.
der him and
Indians: There is
the Main floor.
Fight to keep local dumps open to all persons. Il's part of learning to share in life. The place to go for firewood, and pick
might not buy. Leave might use there also.
you lose yours, there are 2 things you If
1. go lo
purchase for $ 1 2.
Mills: See also GRAINS
the rental card
yours for 24 hours. There is a $5 fine if
in Studenl Ac
tivities Office in Union.
For Karate Instruction
Military Counseling: Available at Polemkin Book store in Newpori, Check oul Student Senate for referrals, also Chaplains.
you do not return il.
and smile for your ture to be taken,
Meditation: See also TRANSCENDENTAL ME
(Kempo) Check Departments Curricu-
Museums: Museum of Art, R.I. School of 224
paintings, Monet, Cezanne. Renoir and Van Gogh. Admission, adults $1, children under 12 $.50. Sal. free.
Holidays 2-5. Nearby is Gilbert
FOR SOCIAL CHANGE.
Stuart Museum off rl. 1 be
tween 4 and 138 South
Lawyers Advice: see also ACLU Legal advice free for the asking, just call Studenl Senate (7922261) their office is on the third floor of the
County Museum, off
Mushroom: The Mushroom is
coffee house in
the basement of Barlow Hall, Live Music.
Union. Leather: Go to Sandal tastic Umbrella
Part of the Fan
Ladd School: To offer for volunteer work, check with Drop-In Center and Sororities.
The Good 5C
Boston After Dark
Libraries: decent librar
Nearby ies the
The New York
in Peacedale at and
Times, Prov. Journal and The
available at the info.
people stopped ripping off
Nomad's Land: WBRU FM 95.5 offers
books from the school
il could be
the air, every
7:30 for info, call 863-2892.
little belter. Lost and Found: If
you've had the misfortune
campus check Infor. Desk Union
Run ad in 5C
3) Hope and Trust whoever finds il will
also BIRTH CONTROL,
Ombudsman: The URI ombudsman is Prof. Rob ert
Engineering, and his student as McElroy. These people in this
sislant is Mike
help you .settle any dis pute or complaint about grades, cheating. All cases can be checked out to insure that jus are
tice is done. But make
you have checked
everything before you go to these people. See GRADES. However if you are not aware oul
of any solution, or want help in cutting red tape, see Prof. Haas or Mike.
*Arcadia State, Richmond *Beach Pond Slate,
Charlestown -HColt Slate, Bristol -I- Dawley State. Richmond
Poolhalls: M. Union and Bon Vue
Roger Williams. Cranston *area has picnic and bathing facil. -I- area has only picnic facilities.
A forum for
operates on Student Senate Funds to back Student Creative projects. Their office is on the basement floor of the Union. Il
mill stream in 9-4
Test go lo Infirmary and ask for UCG Test. Problems about pregnancy go to Infirmary. Or contact Family Planning. 2742553. Rev. Fetters is great and available at 792-2738
783-7433 for pregnancy counsel and referrals as to alternatives.
?????????? Ask your
campus and punish ment is severe if you
caught. Be sure to register your pel, so that if it's impounded are
claim il and it
destroyed. the # 1 kill
Road, West King
138. Handcrafted stoneware for
24 years. Pottery thrown, R.I. Antiques, situated by
Lincoln Woods. Lincoln
*Pulaski Memorial, Glocesler -I-
Peter Pots. Glen Rock
ston, off rl.
*Goodard Slate, Warwick
WBCN 104.1 FM WBRU 95.5 FM
WRIU AM/FM 91.1
13) Howard Johnson, rt. 1, Wickford, Wed. and Fri. dinner specials all you can eat. E. Prov. Warren Ave. 14) Young China A
really neat place Hamburger and
you order French
to go for
you're there look at the pictures on the walls. They were painted by a man
15) Sally's Peacedale, atmosphere and Italian food, will make deliveries. 1 6) Greek's Campus. Close by. Open till 1
in return for food and drink.
a.m., will make deliveries.
rl. 1 lo
quick. 18) Angelo's
Atwells Ave. Prov., Italian
Recycling: Contact. HEED, Ecology Rentals:
Action for Rhode Island.
Resident Assistants: The R.A. is there
Bristol, Spaghetti by the pound!
Chef in Wake
field. McDonalds is open till 1
108 outside of Peace-
just about anything
also JOURNEY, NOMADS LAND.
you, paid by you to help you, if he or she can and if they can't they'll send you to someone
All of them have dehcious food and
Wickford rt. 1, seafood
Wickford 2) Custy's gasbord 3) Sweet Meadows Inn
1, Seafood Smor rt.
Wickford rt. 1, All types of
lart Flowers. Steaks and Italian food Inn
Wickford rt. 1,
6) Kingslon Sunday Smorgasbords Inn Wickford rt. Chinese 1, 7) Pagota food, PooPoo Plater follow signs to Galilee, sea 8) George's
R.I. Audito Skating rinks in R.I. are: rium 1111 N. Main St., Prov. 751-6000 Cranston Vets Memorial Phoenix Ave.
200 Pawl. Ave. E.
Mainstreel, E. Green. Italian
10) Chelo's 1 1) David's
Men's Locker Room
2, Cranston, Sandwiches Potbelly Hope St., Prov., all rt.
kinds of omelets even octopus!! Charlestown, Beer and 12) Rathskeller French Fries Burger
None in Women's Locker room.
Rathskeller has steam bath. Nordic sauna
located in Wake
Senior Citizens Action
Group: The Center for So Change is pressing for better treatment the elderly by the State. Call Ted at 751-
Swimming: If tell you'll
you want to use the pools in Too need a swim card ($2.50 each) good
for 10 swims, card available in Studenl Act. Off.
for any ailment that ails
Syphillis: Best bet for treatment is our mary! Another Clinic that is free first floor of St. Joseph's Hosp. on
Skiing: Nearby are Pinetop Rt. 3 and Yawgoo 2. New Hampshire isn't that far!
Showers: if a
Square dancing: than
gross, there is the third floor of the Un
from the commutors
square dance clubs
Tables: See also, iVood and Wax Works
novice lo intermedia to
Teas: See also, Meadowbrook Herb Garden Food I
Student Senate: Offices Union. They changes. They
Ihem know about make
campus. Call 792-2796.
War Tax: You can deduct the war tax from your telephone bill and refuse to pay it. For info call 781-2008
3rd floor of the make
to hear your
positive ideas, let
issue of. Steve Del Guidice is your President, Susan Shaw your V. Pres. Maybe
Student Activities Office: First floor of the Union. Xerox services there, pay phone bill, buy stencils, replace sludent ID. Swim Cards and mail boxes of all of the Student on
uctions. Professional theatre its
Brown theatre al Faunce house.
VIA: Volunteers in Action anyone wishing to do volunteer work should visit these people, on
Waterman Street in Providence.
Video: Check with the MU Board Office.
the War, Room 113 of the MU. All ener
against $2 Bridge Newport (ouch) One way. For
gies directed against the war. Help veterans get
go to li quor store at old Ferry downtown in Front
VISTA: Next to the Information Desk in the Un ion there is info.
Kingslon. Schedules available
Volunteer Work: Contact Sororities and Fraterni
ties, Big Brother, Big Sister in Union, also
Warwick TM: Transcendental Meditation is
Community Action: A nearby branch of Winter Avenue Warwick Family Planning
spontaneous technique which allows each in dividual lo
Waves: Surfers check:
his conscious mind and
all aspect of life. Courses which in clude the instruction of this technique are of
URI every other month. Watch for
posters around campus.
Trip: Bad Trip
The M. Union is owned
day to day program ing responsibility, build ing operations, and gen erally everything that happens, is run or funded by the Union Board of Directors.
join these committees by filhng the give-away booth.
keep up activities.
The woman's office is in
113 of the Union. The
women will be pub literary magazine and sponsoring are there to help you They women problems.
coffee houses. with any
Intern'l Craft Fabric cards
Charlestown, New England Country Store,
Also pottery and
Usquepaugh, R.I. jusl off truly well-crafted items here
cially candles and tables. There is also ing, silver, woodwork, and ceramics.
138. espe weav
Xerox: There are Xerox machines in the library and in the Student Activities Office. Cost is
Williams Park with 200
The bird house is the
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