VOLUME 1 NO. 5--UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA--JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA--MARCH 7, 1977
"When I read poetry, I read as if my life
depends on it, because it does. Poetry
nourishes and sustains me..."
Slaughter "Eats" Poetry
BY JOSEPH HARRY You might not expect a former At Washington Slaughter was In 1969 he went back to Purdue and
political science major on a basketball schooled in his art by John Logan, the by 1972 earned a Ph.D. This was the
just now scholarship to hang up his tennis contemporary American poet whom same year UNF opened its doors to
a poem was shoes for the life of a a poet. Slaughter Slaughter cites as his single greatest students, and Slaughter was here to
given me first got into poetry while at Tulane influence. William Carlos Williams. greet them.
University in New Orleans. Only 16 at Robert Creeley and Roethye are his
i hold it the time, basketball was a logical step other main influences.
in both since he had torn up the courts at "These people help me write my own
my hands. LaPorte High School in Indiana. But he poems," says Slaughter, who claims He has published essays in the
what, what held no illusions of becoming a Roethke and Williams gave him his "Chicago Review," Minnesota Review" .
am i to do professional dunker and after two :music and that Logan and Creeleygave and "Language Arts" and has J.
with it. years at Tulane, he quit to lead the him his sense of the relationship published his poems in such /'
literary life at Purdue. between love and death. This magazines as the "Massachusetts *
relationship shows up in the opening Review," "New Letters, North
Savor it. Experience it. Teach it. Eat lines of Slaughter's poem entitled "love American Review," Florida Quarterly," ..
it! Eat it? That's the advice Dr. William At Purdue he switched his full-time song/death song": Canadian Forum," and the "Critical .
Quarterly" (England). The list is
Slaughter, associate professor of interest to literature and began writing length
English at UNF might give if you and publishing poems. Receiving a you, because lengthy.
happened to ask him what to do with a B.A. in English from Purdue, he you are my enemy
poem. proceeded to the University of i would love you Currently he is revising chapters of
Washington on a Woodrow Wilson to death his dissertation, "William Carlos
He puts it like this in his essay, Fellowship to get his masters and to Williams: Medicine Man," for
"Eating Poetry"; "When I read poetry, I find his poet, Theodore Roethke. if i could publication as essays. A book-length
read as if my life depends on it, i could love you manuscript, "Poetics and Erotics," is in
because it does. Poetry nourishes and to death progress, along with a collection of
sustains me, which explains, perhaps, But Roethke was dead and all he left poems which will be entitled "She."
why I find the eating metaphor useful in behind was his poetry and a mass of you would let me w w b e "
describing my experience of it." faithful followers, will you let me. -y
Music plays a big part in Slaughter's ---r
life. He has played piano since the age
of five and recently has taken up guitar.
His two children, Joey, 9, and Amy, 7, r
have been serenaded often by their
father. But they often serenade him.
Joey plays piano, Amy guitar, and they s
"Music is the highest form of art,"
says Slaughter, "but poetry is the
highest of the verbal arts."
Where is poetry going? "Poetry is
going where poets are going, and
poets are going everywhere."
If you go back far enough
you will find
that you are really a tree
whose roots have spread
"r" .". in many directions 'r i
in your branches
is singing, in spite of itself.
--The Plight : .
Slaughter discussing poetry at the Boathouse. Photo by Kerry Bryant by William Slaughter William Slaughter--resident poet.
Photo by Pam King
Artist molds her medium
BY VIVIAN INFANTINO
"It took a long time to get my
thoughts and medium together on a
level that was not conscious and
pushy," says Marilyn Taylor about her
most recent collection of pottery .
display on the UNF library.
Lecturing at the invitation of the _
Guest Artist Series, last Tuesday,
Taylor elaborated on some of her -
techniques, ranging from the sinister
to the practically frivolous and
fantastic as she discussed the
evolution of her work from 1969 to
"I never used to talk about my work," "
she explained. "I had to work
intuitively. I never intellectualized,
even to myself."
Taylor's early work included the use
of spikes which she explained as a
"psychological manisfestation of'don't
touch me.' I did it and I didn't think _
about why." Artist Mariiyn Taylor jokes with ceramic Instructor Ken Photos by Pam King Student Mike Fuller admires some of the many Intricate
The arbitrary use of spikes, slabs, McMillan before her lecture. pots on display in the library.
and snakes and dragons seems Symbolic uses of cord and ribbon "Atsomepointlbegantodomywork One of Taylor's basic treatments,
macabre, as Taylor herself admits. Yet added rhythm and the first conscious in white overglaze," she says, "and I relationships, works equally well in her
the dragons are intended to symbolize manipulation of space around the was faced with the philosophical new period of high gloss and color on a
"fantasy that really represents pottery. "I wanted to soften the problem, 'Is the surface of pottery the white white base. She explains the
Innocence and sweetness before we confrontation between space and the place to do a painting?' evolution of her work as a maturing
grow up and see how rotten we can surface of the pot," she says. process that age may have influenced t' a fo lk
be." wanted to bring light and space but experience means more.
into the pot, to give it a life of its own. It must be because she came back to
Her work away from the potter's Otherwise, there isn't story behind a color for the first time since she was in
wheel emerges dramatically as Taylor pot." college, explaining, "I like the feeling it This will be the last Issue of The Phoenix. At least for
deals with relationships of people; the gives you." awhile. Next quarter, students enrolled in the magazine
tilt and closeness of heads melting into The movement and rhythm of the workshop will put together and publish a campus
the static, almost dumpy teardrop chords led to the use of ribbons "As a student you are learning to magazine. All students interested in workia n this
shape that suggests body but is causing a sort of revolving and The collection in the library a magazine All students interested In ki n
defined as pot. evolving of the pot. The piece, incorporates changing intensities of manipulate the medium," shea eto take the worshop.
"Fantasy," in the library is perhaps the clear blues, greens, yellows and evolving of work from the macabre to magazine are encouraged to take the wo shop.
best example of this, explains Taylor, purples. Ribbons are still apparent and --Editors and staff of The Phoenix
The consideration of relationships though it more adequately reflects her feather and silvced by the lustmore of psychological manifestations. Nof her
among people developed into current incorporation of color and gold wonder M arilyn Taylor speaks longf her
relationships of one power to another. consideration of light, pronounced. conscious and pushy.
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March 7, 1977-The Phoenlx--Page 2
Giving UNF the business
America's business is business Transportation is moving up
BY JOSEPH HARRY privteruing togetsunds, rom Ia BY VIVIAN INFANTINO research gives us re6ognitiorn by both "The South has major distribution
"The business fA we're not only asking for money, we're the students and companies. The points in Jacksonville, Atlanta,
business," said theolatePr isdwe r asking for expertise. Half the cost of student is more visible to the company Birmingham and elsewhere," says
Calvin Coolidge. Things haven t business is in red tape." swe didn't know there was suchmp Smytwh cals er obs are growmng copes
changed much in a respect Your face is shaped like a hubcap program in Transp ortation and to he.e flo tae
according to James Parrish, Dean of That's the stigma attached to the folks Logisitics' now asks If we have any calls"
Business here at UNF. Dean of The center would have a three-fold who work in Transportation. If you take graduates they can hire."call
purpose in that it would aid business a closer look at that hubcap face you'll
The business program at UNF makes persons in running more efficient find the eyes are flashing dollar signs. According to Smith there are only 15 Sometimes the companies that tok
up 30 per centtofbthe student body and operations,ehelp students in gaina or 16 schools in the country with theifirsttransporat
Is designed to build upon a regular better understanding of the business T .. r1 col ntecutywt hfrtransportationgructin.Threisescomer ewon
Associate of Arts degree and attempts world and improve instruction in theTransportation education. There is a back for new ones. Because you know
Assocaattra tsadero ewe ndempts wo m.onecessity to keep current when the small in a small field, Smith says
to attract and produce well-rounded classroom.| How's that? Four federal grants and textbooks may easily be two years old. you keep up a personal relationship.,
people who will have not only an a Florida Board of Regents'Program of Smith says the research keeps the
extensive knowledge of their particular Distinction Award have landed the faculty up-to-date. "I can say, 'I've got a student for you'
field plus also a good understanding of Parrish sees a bright future in Department of Transportation and to the company that wantsto hire and
other subjects. This is why at least 40 business for students who decide to Logistics in excess of $230,000 since ao e j that's hisint ew fw ace one
per cent of the degree must be in enter the field, especially accountants. its inception in 1972. Most of the students are on heye job that's his iteveh many oes pac
general education, anyway. They're doing what we're
"We want to turn out individuals who trying to teach," he said. "If a student Smith said.
are literate, have knowledge of history The Proram of Distinction Award comes back and says "Our company
are literate, have knowledge of historyThe Program of Distinction Award has changed in the last two years. The S h tdnsfn osrltvl
and the business world and enough "Ten years ago there was a much made possible another faculty t You're usd ingthe last twoldear"The'll be i nd the de nts fo uble
depth in a certain field to become wider choice in the area of what job a member the federal grants have insufficiently pre useng is old." he be easily and the department has trouble
productive people," said Dean Parrish. person wanted. Three years ago there provided money for research, and that of the employed tstudnt po away Mt
"They need exposure inaccounting, was very little choice, but now the in itself is a stigma on any university theesadetntguy who needs, t.e te
economics, statistics, marketing economy is picking up again and more campus. "Research has to have priority. This department remains small, and the
administrative ics, management, finance jobs are available. The demand for way, if the student on the job is doing classes remain small. In fact, 80 to 90
. and some additional stress on accountants is high. W k h something old and we present new per cent of those who eventually work
nommunications." dsWho likes ar the guy with money? The information, then the student is viable in transportation and distribution
communications." department that can say, "The to the company, the university Is viable weren't trained fortoe os
Co-op education is offered in which The accountant boom is due to the direction we chose was to project the to the Community," Smiths viable werenys.t trained for those obs
the business student works part-time tremendous stress on accountability in department into the state and national "We're on top of things. And thea
In the field he or she plans to enter, government and private organizations. scene to prove we could win on a program improves as the research While the nation's economy
There are approximately 600 people Parrish feels many of the problems competitive basis." It sounds like a increases." becomes more service oriented the
seeking-MvBA degrees, with about half encountered in various organizations shot at the Olympics, but Department field of Transportation and Logistics
of these holding degrees in other arise because of a lack of efficient epinChairperson, Dr. Jay A. Smith, Jr. ironically remainsthesizeof a fraternal
fields. accounting. explains the ramifications are much Research in a field that has been organization.
"The MBA program is designed to do more complex, relatively closed until recently has
much the same as the MA under-graduate "The demand for accountants is busted wide the prospects for job
program, but we try to make graduates excedded only by the need for opportunities. Smith claims that one of "The purpose of transportation,"
prmore efficient tryto make graduates excedded only by the need for Educational projects... are highly every seven jobs is directly concerned Smith says, "is the movement of goods
more efficient managers," said Parrish. accounting teachers" competitive. We go against 350 with transportation and distribution, andpeople. Andthatisthefutureofthe
A Bcurresintess Developmenrks that lCenter is universities each year for federal which also accounts for 18 to 22 per American economy."
currently in the works that will adsmal UNF is the only upper-level college contracts, and less than 10 per cent are cent of the Gross National Product
business in thearea, faculty members in the nation that is presently funded," Smith said. "For example
ands business students. The present accredited by the American Assembly MIT bid for 36 contracts and won six. He cites distribu Transportation education programs
Small Business Institute on campus of the Collegiate School of Business. w We bid for four and won all four. the ctemsd n of t are small, people don't know that such
has counseled over 155 small This should reieve those who were "W the management of the flow of goods p rams th'r n eIki
buiessscesul I h atwneigho N uiesdge as the beat paying jobs as well as the "What do you do(ntasotto?
business sucessflly n th las woderig ho a UF buines degee . We wanted to prove we could win on best opportunity for more responsi- They're looking foI h uywt h
three years. stacks up against other schools. Ja mresIP arri ft by M aryar a comp eteetivebasis. The visibility from ability and rew'ards.foubcapofae.
, !hubcap face.
1000 plus students benefit from financial aid
BY CHERYL OERLY The Financial Aid Committee in The College Work Study Program is to qualified undergraduates with persons should contact the Financial In the National
"Including all our programs, cooperation with Jefferson has designed to assist students who would exceptionalfinancial need to attend Aid office prior to ngistration. Clthe National Student Loan and
approximately 1,071 students received outlined all available programs. Here not be able to enroll or continue in accredited colleges andun iversities. p rgistrat C ork S Programs.
some type of financial assistance are the basic facts: college because of lack of funds. Application forms may be picked up in The university offers an emergency Anyone inter
through the university for the fall There are tour federal programs Students are paid an hourly rate and the Financial Aid Office with loan which will covffer the cos an emergency Anyone interested in obtaining
quarter, 1976," said Carrie Tutson, beginning with the Supplemental receive paychecks every two weeks, instuctions on where to send them .an whchwi cover the cost of fees Financial Aid must first apply and be
Financial Aid Counselor. Educational Opportunity Grant. This Pay rates range from minimum wages and books to graduate and admitted to UNF file their application
"Monies are allocated to the nonrepayable grant is for under- to $3.50 per hour. Institutional Scholarships awarded 'undsadure normafull- time students but for the Basic Educational Opportunity
institution each year with x number of graduates with exceptional financial by UNF are received by students who thes academic quarter in which out (undergraduates only), and it
dollars given to each program." need and can cover as much as half the The Law Enforcement Educational are academically outstanding and have acaemc uarter in c out a Student Eligibility Report.
applicant's needs up to $1,500. Program provides financial assistance financial needs. The UNF Foundation, rrowed.
There are many different types o1 f lc~ ^ ^o$150 tJo^ alo nservcecriminljsic aiia e h N Foundation
There are many different types of a'neG asic Educational Opportunity' to allow in-service criminal justice Inc., has made available limited funds Out-of-state residents may apply for Normal expenses per academic year
f i a c i l a i n c u i n e d r l l n dup e s n n l t c o n ti n u t h e ir--e d u c a t i o n: w e ri ~ i ^ a r e t h e n a l c un ;
financifunded nludigram feel coGrantIsdesignethedufath oneedite bfor thesenscholarships. Awards are waiver of out-of-state fees. These fees are then calculated and any student
state funded programs. to continue their education after high Maximum awad b qal otec s ed aimmon ac qadeicfers. fraae$5prcei hu o a banf
"Financial aid must be renewed each school. Basic grants are intended to be award is equal to the cost o maximumof six quartrsees undergraduates and $40 per credited nci
academic year, and the deadline for the "floor" of financial aid and may be houracademic fees per quarter undergraduates and $40 pentsWaiver credit request odent students still lving
filing an application for aid for a combined with other forms of aid to The Federally Insured Loan Program Award recipients must be are authorized by thate stu legislature indents. Wavers aome l use ree academic
continuing student is May 1, for the meet the full cost of education. The under the State of Forida, ocalbanks, undergraduard rectents must be are authorized by the State Legislature quarters for expense projections,
academic year beginning in amount is determined on the basis of savings and loan associations, and 3.0ergraduate fulltime students with a and allocated to universities by th use fo students are advir.ed to
September," she said. "Entering personal and family financial credit unions, in cooperation 3.0 grade-point average. Board of Regents. Student criteria for
students are urged to apply for aid at resources with a maximum of $1,800 federal government, allows students to Awards are determined by financial awards are special skills in music,
the time they apply for admission." per academic year. borrow up to $2500 per year need, above average academic drama fine arty, or athletics, high Accordine to fing to th e sseancial Aid
The office of Financial Aid, headed The National Direct Student Loan is Repayment must begin no later than achievement, junior or senior aadfemig atyen p r, office, your financial aid is essentially
by Rufus Jefferson, has designed a available to students whoarenationals one year after a borrower completes or classification, and leadership and ardforeignstudentprograms. your expenses less resources.
policy to provide assistance to of the United States and in need of ends his course of study. At least $360 development potential. Expenses include tuition, books and
students who could otherwise not Financial Aid. These loans carry a must be repayed each year. Graduate aid may be obtained by supplies, housing, food, medical and
attend college. According to the three per cent interest rate with UNF a ..writing the chairperson of the personal, and also transportation.
Financial Aid office, all awards are repayment beginning nine months The State of Florida established the designed foo ersa loan ppagram department in which a student wishes Rles ources encompass student
based on individual need, university after graduation. Loan amounts may Florida Student Assistance Grant aw ed arnrmimeistudents.Funds to enroll. Dependingonavailability of savings, scholarships, parents and
costs, and availability of funds. range to $2500 per academic year Program in 1972. Grants are awarded cost of aade ormic ,any inted o the unds mand eed. graduate i atveSa Set Gt yBill and
/ .Kvi uiaca emic fees, and interested students may be eligible to participate Social Security.
SFine Arts less $2000
Vets have to tighten up Difficult planning
BYKERRYBRYANT andJuly as the June check is mailed on icJanuary shortly before leaving d u e to b u d g e t c u ts
Veterans beware New rules and Stricter rules for dropping courses The single veteran who re *cive
regulations may cause hardship if you and remaining within a major are also $270 per moth eow recw ives d $22er
are not fully aware of them. being enforced. Students will be month. Veterans can app1y ther 4et
AIl veterans will not be receiving a required to reimburse the VA for months of benefits to morethan one Conclfh A r ts passedo12s3 b the UNF ativites budget ean adversarial
check for the month of June as the A courses they have dropped and for course of study enabling them Co nci Stu d f the Arts propose tat relationship has developed, leading to
goes back to an old policyJofamailnt courses which are not specifically continue on to a higher degree or take S oriented Actsvtie plann afd sthdStuden t Aciition by the council and
checks at the end instead of the toward a degrees vocational courses. 9 ae ori nt dvats events funded with Student Activities for SGA funds.
beginning of the month. This means This means if a student taking 15
there will be a 61 day lag between May hours does not work closedly with his aurope
,, ,,counselor and takes a course which is E urope 1s
not toward his degree, he could find The council passed the measure in a comemcuncityorieneds cutua oram ofnt
The Phoenix himself receiving payment for three Feb 7 meeting because developments coend es
quarter time as the VA pays only for 10 a*trin affecting the council were proving would serve the university in' a
Editor and General Manager- hours. i ri detrimental to the functioning of the sbantial way in the area of visibithty
William J. Roach His checks might be smaller still as university, Gerson Yessin, chairman of an public awareness of the
Executive Editor-Bill Skutt the VA collects money for the wrong the-- the fine arts department said in a letter un setys existence," said Yessin In
Production Editor-8tephanle course he has already received. Eight weeks of summer study and .to Vice President oy Lassiter.
Mcpain No program within the school can be travel in Italy or Spain will be offered
comprised, of more than 85 per cent through F~lorida Technological
Photo and Art Editor-Pam King veterans. A simple example of what University in cooperation with major | The council said, in the motion, they
Reporters and Production Staff-- might happen would be if four people universities in the two countries. would be willing to serve in an advisory
Pam Allen, Gwen Ansley, Karen enrolled in a course and three were Students enrolled in Florida's state s Ysn said the developments were: capacity on the planning in student
ing, erry% rt veterans, the couT"se would be universities, in private colleges $ The instability of SGA funds: funds arts events if asked.
Cheryl Oeriy, $uzanneRoeatljrge terminated if the non-veteran dropped teachers at elementary and secondary i can be frozen at any time which can
out. levels, plus anyone else interested in , result in cancellation of in-progress
THE PHOENIX is a laboratory On the brighter side, the benefits the unique programs are invited to programs.
publication in the Journalism/ were increased eight per cent and the apply.
Uomm niatf prtogmdat tthe program was extended from 36 to 45 Each of the two student groups will r Earlier in the meeting, Yessin
pUblished at least twice each months as President Ford signed a bill leave the United States on June 26 and announced the SGA had cut the
quarter for the purpose of return from either Madrid or Rom"e on so The veto power of Dean Co and council's budget by $1000--$300 from
displaying work of students in the Ist ratl on August 19. The cost of each of the FTU cancellation power of the SGA means the theatre program n $200 from the
program and sharing their vfews programs is $985, plus transportation i any program may have to bencedng chorus concert and .00 fm
'and reviews with others on the to and from New York. eve program m an have to be cancelled the visiting poet.
cam pus. Beginning M onday, M arch 28, 1977, Each of the pro gram s wi offer$25 l e f e wgg
_____________ a $25 late fee wilt be included in all Each0^ ofte programs will offer a gr ^ -- ^ B
This' public' document' was' registration assessments. All fees must raongdeuc c dted mn relem n a sst a v nes will",'
produced at acost of $00or $.08 be paid by noon, Saturday, April 2, language studies, ancient and modern
per copy, to Inform the UNF 1977. trt, literature, music and history of theDenoStdtsariCysld
o 7nt oftewrk of The las duy to ddop ocnurdasand repcie cutym Swombe core in seecause the council funds Dr n th SGd enstoarwe $50Coy the
n separate line7itemlofhtheeStuden councilbudget.
Page 3-The Phoenix--March 7, 1977
Childhood fancies: By gone reflections
a method of survival aid positive thought
BY STEPHANIE MCLAIN When I got to junior high school, the BY HEIDI HOLMES supports or a chest that needs front
A s the June date of m y graduation guys had begun to recognize the shppoesitaton St epha te :cone n't gyourts
from the University of North Florida difference between the sexes. In h reply to ufnStephanieconcerningl her moret ri
approaches. I find myself apprehen- However, the particular guys I was hesittat o ga te: Aren't you glad No more trying out for the
sive about being released into society interested in were usually interested you nished high school? Cheerleadg Squad or the Drill Team.
to strive for my place in the world. my best friend. The age is over of being too old for There's no more straight hair craze
movie discounts and too young to see a when girls would iron their hair to be in
Junior high also meant homework-- good movie. "vogue."
Often, when I hesitate to pick up the killjoy that cut into leisure time and There n meswe's no more Footzball
another book to study, I fancy the idea cut out my favorite evening television. Homecoming games when the object There's no more long hair craze
of returninggtosmyochldhoodeand hairwwoul
of returning to my childhood and 'fl "K >1 "kHSI IJ, was to be as incoherent as possible. when 9uy wo ul d race to see whose
beginning the educational process all t No more waiting outside of a 7-11irst.
over again. Perhaps, after a second try By the time I reached the tenth grade r oi more waiting outside e of a 7-11uy he
at growing up, I would be better I was positive being a senior was the yoo 9 for someone of "age" to buy There's no more checking to see if a
prepared to make my proverbial mark ultimate social and academic you a bottle of Strawberry Hill. w guy shaves before accepting a date or
on the world. experience. I could hardly wait for wThere's notmore superlatives for the
senior skip day so I could go to whitest teeth" or"freshest breath."o more
Dunkin' Donuts during Americanism No more having to be home by more fad cl t o e l o
My mind goesbacktothatfirstdayof vs. Communism. I eventually No more having to be home b more fad clothing, no more lies about
0 school in September, 1961. I waved discovered being a senior only meant I midnt's tar.u
goodbye to my motherwith a naivegrin was one step lower than a college parent's car.
of satisfaction spread across my face. freshman and the one day I did skip I And there's no more dreaming about
got stung by a bee. There's no more sneaking out of a date with the quarterback of the
got stung by a bee. -,; your house late at night or sneaking football team or a date with the
I'm then reminded of the years that someone in. President of the Student Council.o
followed; my first graded of the years that Weighing these less than inspiring No more Prom Queen, Basketball
follchased me down at grade boyfrieess and twistedho memories against future chance, I'll Queen, Service Club Sweethearts or No, now youre in college. You're in a
my arm until I screamed the horrid take the gamble. The future does hold Pep Rallies. mass of buildings, with a mass of
myoxfordsmun Ihad tos wreamer, and the worried some promise. At least my freckles are' l. people, most of whom have no identity
affliction of all-a chronic casteo no longer a curse, I don' t have to wear Grad ton tl T il I There's no more hassles about your But you finally have yours. And if in all
affliction of all--a chronic case ofkles saddle oxfords any more and there are OrIu-ao ,a tme when childhood fantasies confront the skirt being too short or your hair being of this you still find no comfort-try for
toles,---no recesses. ure. Photo by Pam King too long or shoes that need back your Masters.
Dear Wise One...are you for real?
BY VINCENT OIVIESTI
more than a friend. There are many politely ask if she would mind you getting back on track I will surely fail would like to ask you a favor. Would shirt pocke
DEAR WISE ONE-- variables. If all else fails, remember, walking with her. If she is carrying this class. Any suggestions will be youl likease reprinto your favorm ould shirt pocket and/or your bac. hip
you can always wink back. significant amount of books you may appreciated. a youlplease studreprint yuc an make it through pocket.
I have a problem, my teacher want to offer your services. Women appcla a college student can freshmanke it through 4) Don't g
continually winks at me while in class, always appreciate gentlemanly Signed, college. Being and freshman.I have much 4) Don't go to sleep in class. This
Being only three weeks into the class, I gestures as long as you are sincere in Lost in Space apprecin andy advice mater ey shows you arei disinterested in the
have yet to speak of a "fresh" DEAR WISE ONE-- your actions. Don't be so inhibited Lost in Space appreciate any advice. material being discussed. Learn how to
advancement. I like my teacher as any Take your strike outs as the come. You Signed, sleep with your eyes open.
other and offer due respect. What never know until you try, so what have Floundering Freddie
should I do? I have this mad crush on this girl in one you to lose. Go ahead and let the Dear Lost in Space, Dear Floundering Freddie, a e.
Signed of my courses at college. She sits next crease out of your Levi's. Roll out the e Dear Floundering Freddie ) Ask questions in class. This shows
Eyed to Death to me in communications class. Every cuffs and let the iron smooth itself out. Many students I have encountered With pleasure I will acknowledge your a chows
EattDe thanow and then we exchange glances, seem to havehthe exact same letter and empty this treasured flask of appreciates your interest...in the
Dear Eyed to Death but after class is over I just can't seem symptoms you have exemplified in its contents. subject.
to find the strength to walk with her. your letter. I would suggest getting out subject.
Most people have particular How do I find out if she likes me DEAR WISE ONE.. and doing something physically 1) On your first day of class, sitatthe
character traits that single them out enough to want to go out with me? exhausting. Jogging, swimming front of the room, this will assure you of 6) Study for tests in advance of the
from everyone else. Your teacher may basketball, softball, etc. are all sports a good place to hear and see the proposed testing time. He who eats
have a twitch which is uncontrollable Lately I have found myself drifting off that will "loosen you up." With this type teacher. Smile a lot...be friendly...act fast receives indigestion. Relief can not
, and in effect may appear to be a wink. Signed, Into outer space while my teacher is of physical exertion you will realize interested, be found in a tablet.
Determine whether the twitch/wink Panting Levi's lecturing during my classes at school. more mental. alertness. Of course, if all
occurs randomly orat a specific time. If Sometimes I miss the entire lecture or else fails you can always take a tape' 2) Buy your books early. BoTss sell 7) Complete assignments punctually.
Ise fails You canalways take a tape, 2)Buyyourbooksi assures anxietyas
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Judo: an individual sport, a true art
BY CHERYL OERLY There are several degrees a person Sound complicated? Once you start
"Judo is primarily a mental sport in goes through before reaching practicing and learning the
that one has to think about using his blackbelt starting off with sixth kyu. techniques, judo can be very
physical abilities," said Ronny Allen, Then there are five "dan" degrees rewarding and exciting because it does
director of intramurals at UNF. "It is an which are all degrees of blackbelt. include deep mental activity as well as
art in its trust sense; an individual sport physical exercise.
in that you get out of it what you put in
"Belt ranks are determined by the
Allen is teaching a judo class at UNF length of time in grade of belt and aJso "Physical requirements for judo are
and is himself a third-degree blackbelt tests and promotion points that one strength, agility, flexibility and speed,"
and National Champion with eight can attain by going to tournaments," said Allen. "We started offering judo
years of judo experience. Allen said. "The higher ranked person two quarters ago and will continue
At the present time, there are 10 you beat, the more points you receive." teaching it unless student interest
students enrolled in Allen's judo class declines."
which is held every Thursday from What to wear? Judo competitors
3:30-5:30 p.m. at the field house. The first thing you learn how to do in wear gis made out of heavy cotton
Allen's students will certainly not be judo is to fall. You say HOW TO material so that better grips can be
blackbelts when they finish this course FALL?? Wait a minute! In judo, you made when throwing opponents. A gi
because it takes approximately two must protect yourself while being is very loose fitting to allow for
years to reach blackbelt degree. They thrown so that you will land properly. maximum body movement and
will, however, know the basic flexibility.
fundamentals of judo. "There is no way we could ever teach
"Judo has belt promotions that are There are three basic pins and three a 120 pound female to defend herself .
an incentive to competitors to achieve basic throws in judo with all kinds of against a 200 pound male," said Allen.
the maximum optimum in training the modifications and combinations. "Females just dQn't have enough
mind and body," said Allen. There are also eight basic chokes with endurance against a male and they
modifications and combinations. bruise easily."
Student hits the mat after being thrown by black belt judo instructor Ronny Allen.
Hypnosis is a new world
Hypnosis is nothing new. It has used to learn to write your own
BY KAREN BOWLING existed since the beginning of mankind hypnotic suggestions.
and reactions vary with the subject.
"Hypnosis is a learning process. Yeou
"It's a feeling of complete relaxation, Self-hypnosis workshops, taught by are led through the exercises in a
both mental and physical." members of the Student Affairs staff, teacher-student relationship," says
have been in existence for two years on Coy, who frequently teaches the self-
"It's a very heavy feeling." this campus through the Skills Center. hypnosis workshops. You are taught
"It's a very light feeling." These workshops are the most what to do and you go home and
"I felt mellow for several days." popular classes oncampus and they fill practice. The more you practice the
up quickly! There are approximately quicker you learntogoto deeperstates ,
These are some of the varied eight sessions offered per quarter with of relaxation. With repetition you
reactions of participants in self- an average of nine persons in each develop pattern which will enable you
hypnosis workshops which teach group. The free classes are taught to to go into a relaxed state quickly and
participants tO reach deep levels of both students and faculty on a first deeply without the presence of a
relaxation. come basis. A flyer is posted on teacher.
"In the minds of some people the bulletin boards at the beginning of "Self-hypnosis can be used for
word hypnosis has connotations of each quarter giving dates, hours and weight loss, improving study habits,
hocus-pocus, and this is just not true," the instructor for the self-hypnosis medical applications, undesirable
says Darwin Coy, dean of students at workshop. sexual habits, and anything that the
UNF. Each group meets four times during participant has a desire to do," added
Then what is hypnosis? the quarter. During the first session an Coy.
introduction to hypnosis is given and "I used it to quit smoking and to cut
"The most important phenomenon participants take susceptibility tests to down on eating. I was amazed it
of hypnosis is relaxation," says go along with exercises to practice at worked," added. Rothlisberger.
Suzanne Rothlisberger, who is home. In the second and third session
currently involved in a self-hypnosis the subjects learn to go to deeper levels "If you have the desire," said Coy
workshop. of hypnosis and the fourth session is "you have all it takes." A prime example of why you must learn the correct way to fall in judo.
Photos by Pam King
Boathouse floats on beer, good times Stop smoking
unlearn the ha it
S By SUZANNE ROTHLISBERGER
~ "Two hundred-thirty people a day Feeling that smoking is unhealthy,
die of lung cancer in the United States the odor is foul or cigarettes leave an
alone," says Bonnie Booth, director of unpleasant aftertaste, should be
the Stop Smoking Workshop on the transposed. A better attitude is that
UNF campus, quitting would result in a healthier
body and a fresher appearance.
S "The American Cancer Society feels
that cigarette smoking is a learned A physician visits on the third
habit and through changing one's A physician visits on the third
behavior patterns, one can unlearn session to answer any questions
cigarette smoking." individuals may have concerning their
The UNF workshop is one of several
which the Cancer Society sponsors After the fourth session, the group is
with volunteers like Booth in charge. asked to forego cigarettes for48 hours.
The final three sessions are concerned
SLThe first four sessions deal with with evaluating the 48-hourabstinance
ideas to help the person stop smoking, and what techniques weremost
S things like wrapping your cigarette beneficial.
pack in paper and recording each Nationally, the long term success of
cigarette smoked. By examining this program ranges from 20 to 80 per
J behavior patterns and using tips set cent of kicking the habit. The group
forth by the program, the smoker will here at UNF consisted of only three
become aware of his habit and can, in individuals. One stopped smoking and
-. time, modify his habit. the other two cut down considerably.
"I was very disappointed at the
"The group approach has proven to turnout," Booth said. "We'll probably
be the most effective," she said. "The try again with some new methods and
workshop, consists of seven weekly with more publicity.
sessions, each with a specific goal in
mind and the leader of each group has
to be a reformed smoker." Ken Harrison, a student, quit
m s smoking cigarettes "for the simple
~ ..;i ~An essential tip to someone ?eason I felt it was detrimental to my
interested in breaking his habit is to health and there was no logical
,:-,..; .quit for positive reasons. One must reason to let a cigarette manipulate my
-r.- : .:.. want to quit. behavior."
Students enjoy a favorite UNF pasttime--drinking beer and relaxing at the oat house. Photo by Pam King
BY SUZANNE ROTHLISBERGER
Bill Ely, an accounting major anda The Boathouse's best known beerisgivenawayfrom6-8:00p.m.and
Boathouse regular remarked, "I come promotions--Happy Hours, Mug Club the crowd is tremendous.
Amid the trees overlooking the lake here to spend my G.I. Bill." and Bud Night--are all geared to beer
behind the administration building, sits drinkers.
the UNF Boathouse, primarily a quick "I come here to hang around with On the first day of each quarter,
food service but also the only place on friends and to try and meet girls...so far Happy Hours on Tuesdays, students are offered the opportunity to
campus a student can sit back with a I haven't had much luck in the latter Wednesdays, and Thursdays between join the Mug Club. They can purchase
beer and relax. objective," said alumnus Doug Shaver. 3:00-5:00 p.m. brings hoards of a mug for $6 and receive 14 ounces of
students for discounted beer and beer for the price of a 12 ounce glass.
complimentary popcorn. Occasionally' Additional bonuses are also offered
The Boathouse is operated by throughout the quarter, Student periodically but membership is limited.
Servomation and refers to be thought Psychology major Sam McLean can Activities will sponsor a Happy Hour on
of as a restaurant. "This is not a bar," be found at the Boathouse almost Friday and provide local entertainment.
insists Linda Mayer, supervisor, butthe every day with beer in hand. "I come Another favorite, Bud Night, is a Future plans for the Boathouse
students who patronize the Boathouse here to kill time between classes," she promotion made available through include enlarging the present facilities
feel differently. says. A&B Distributors. Anheuser Busch beginning sometime next quarter.
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