This decision holds that the trial court correctly denied enforcement of an arbitration clause in a contraxt for other than medical services because the arbitration clause was one of the standard terms of the contract, on the reverse side, while the customer signed the agreement only on the front side.  The arbitration clause was in the same 8-pt. types as were all the other standard terms and was not distinguished by a heading, capital letters or any other distinguishing sign.  The plaintiff also did not train its sales personnel to point out the arbitration clause, but instead told them to have the customer sign a personal guaranty while the sales person filled in the particular terms on the supply contract containing the arbitration clause.  Under these circumstances, the customer did not actually agree to the arbitration clause.