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Established l894 University of Kentucky. Lexington, Kentucky


Vol. LXXXVI, No.93

independent Since l97l

Tuudoy, January t7, I984


Reagan criticizes Soviets for arms violations

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J. ‘tsllI\t.'l'H.\’ Al’i PreSident Reagan. declaring
tlz.’ i-t'rti 2s a year of opportunities for peace" chal»
co: the soviet t'nioit yesterday to revive nuclear
talks and said fears of war are under

, V1»- titit mistaken

i otherwise conciliatory speech. Reagan t'rlllt‘llt'tl
imitations ot arms control agreements and the
- handling ot human rights issues But he
'ltiit as a result of the military buildup of his first

~ i's ill oiticc. “we are safer now "
ii i, .i: s adi isers acknowledged that the speech was

w .1 to 'llsttt‘l impressions of the president as "war
- ".r tat-e of concerns that his political standing
'- :aiiiaged iii the election year by a negatin-
. “ I'lt‘ti shitts Sortet t’nion relations


Director proposes

several steps to

Vincent l)avis. director of the l’attersoi. whim;
plomacy. said that Reagan. in his speech
tone down his previous reputation as a
man" to the Europeans
Reagan is more of a threat to peace that ’i'.-‘

"This has exactly been the main piotilt-i'. 5
tiations with l' S S it over the past teat «tit

tirst began to try new t'tltlt'lllitltil‘) .iiiiiv‘wmie


The speech was given betore at; till‘i,‘ : . .
erninent ot'ttcials and members Ill t ongw~~~
ered by satellite lll time tor European ~ .
broadcasts It opened a busy two we”. pe-
gan in coming days. he will ilel .i-i . »
t'nion address announce his politia.
two otitot town trips as his paifi'it .iia‘w
presidential campaign picks tip

"1 believe 1984 finds the l’nited s'a'ws

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advisers who care

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oi special programs
~.' ..’i the ( tillege tit Arts &
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Behind the scenes

Student athletic trainers juggle full-time jobs will; lieutc class /oa(/5 and sit/i"

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carry otit a treatm

scribed by a licensed physician said

A] Green. head athletit trainer
"It‘s a behindtherscei‘ies’ Job.

. :" athletic trainers do more
.:.st iiiix Gatorade for the ath-
illltl sweep floors They make
etaluations of injuries and

said "The trainers
the athletes see '
”ii the average

woi ks as an athletic trainer.

to 4o hours each ‘.\ee-.
room and
it's a hill time lt’li oi .
tullrtiniesttident tat-w.
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ent program pro
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do Jobs that only .
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trainers spend to

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l'\llll A\‘\'rcs. an undecided freshman. massages football player Ricky Ricks. a psychologt itinior .'\\rcs



bother tiie ahetia titteti 1 physical

position in st » it
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president said
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the \o'. :et leaders \litttll’l take it‘i»
‘tlea'i'while a senior adii. '
”it the condition that he
'ta iiiv-siiieii‘ toiiti'ities

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emit iiit'ei"a;itt'. an: .i' 3»
president said lri
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wing a trainer c ins
l.ltlt' he enioys being
iiiaiiircollegeathletit proL'raI'

lietatise the trainers "ti
same residence hall as
they arc on call :4 how's
iir muted he can con'ai'
and get help Green said

.\thletic trainers
tiiiancial assistance. he saw:
are ottered tinancia‘i aai
after their first war .is a tint:
Green said Following the r
year they start with a partial s. r;- .
arshtp and can work then w
a lull scholarship he said

To insure that operations l'l..’;
smoothly. Green has two graduate
students to him they run
day-today routines in the training
room such as scheduling. he said

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Although trainers often are tiiii
fused with managers, their roles are
totally different. Green said l‘t‘ait‘
ers are concerned with the treat
ment of llljul‘K‘S. whereas titanagers
work Wllh coaches aitd equipment
he said

Past experience in athletic train
ing is important in becoming a col
lege trainer. Green said Recruiters
do not only conStder high school ex
perience when looking at prospet
ttve college trainers. he said :‘ttten
dance at workshops and
conferences. letters of recommenda

'tiere is less danger that the SUVlf‘t leadership A ..
:w'es' imate our strength or question our resou. e

oe iiiust and Wlll engage the sotiets ir a toting u' is
set .otts and constructive as possible a diauiguo- 'ria'
tr.»- to promote peace in the troubled region» .,i not
.wid reduce the leyel of arms and bond a mils': .1 '. ..
"ill'1;.'lL{ relationship. he said

’ttll strength is necessary to deter war and ' '. i

‘.i t' negotiated solutions,‘ Reagan said

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,,- ' tiiakes sense to compromise orilj. :? ’tie'. .-.' g
- .iiig .ii return -\nierita now otters sniz.v'r.r.t'

'he speech occurred as Secretary oi state vwwrt'r

st :ii'I arriyed in Stockholm
3 Foreign Minister Andrei Grointkt. am:

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swederi tor a new, L;

watt-rence on easing East West tt~iis.o'~
1 ‘1”de ko are scheduled to meet pr :a'e. ' i"
' 't.e tit's' time since September

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s nipression ot the
.‘tll‘ilt‘lllldl ”The

"ate a say also.”

», s also can find re-
. ”A iig graduation
weer. This my
tit te got two in the
.'.t\' he said


set oiid tear grad-
tr‘.i.'ll physical edit
said he would
at :‘irs training career
.iiliege level or in the
league Gear}
in the ninth




i- 'llv' trainers said they

lK because of the pro-

l\ '1. tires an undecided

. a sad she attended l'K be-

"ist she .tas impressed with Green

.~ .3 the lrl'itfll't‘llll

't ,, Huston Ryan. a therapeut-

w-i teatioii sophomore agreed. He

at it 'ie tame to [K because Green

siiowii in the field “He gives

Hie-.iiiiii to grow as a trainer."

t‘r' s,tttl titan wants to be a college
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