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Vol. 1 No. 3 University of North Florida Jacksonvlle, Florida Wednesday, February 1974





Week features Black culture

Black History Week, will be A LECTURE AND film "BLACK HISTORY: Lost,
held at University of North presentation will also be featured Stolen or Strayed" and "Black
Florida next week. The program on Tuesday from 10:30 to 12:00 Men and Iron Horses" may be
includes guest speakers, a panel p.m. concerning sickle cell viewed on Monday at noon in
discussion, a craft demonstration, anemia. The presentation will be building 003, room 1321.
concerts and films. given by Major Baker of the
Youth Congress and Dr. Iris
Two assemblies on Tuesday Brown of the department of
Sand Thursday will feature guest health and physical education. Wednesday's films include
speakers. "Oh Freedom", "The Black
Soldier," and "Slavery and Slave
Resistance." These will be shown
Mr. Clanzel T. Brown, director exhibition will be shown by Mr. 3 ro m 1 .. building
of the Jacksonville Urban League. Harold Donald on the walkways ofroom
will speak Tuesday. Other the UNF campus. The exhibition
activities for the day include vocal will include a collection of
presentations by Ms. Cynthia painting and drawings.
Valentine, a UNF student; a
panel discussion on "Black Finally on Friday, the films "In
Jacksonville in the 70's;"and a Search of Myself" and "East
reception and campus tours sA series of films will be shown Africa: Ends and Beginnings"
reception and campus tours
sponsored by the Black Student on Monday, Wednesday and may be seen at noon in building
Union. Friday. 003, room 1321,

S I THE LEE BAILEY Choir from
University of Florida will presentrvd g es
a concert Thursday. An address Se r g i e
will be given by Mr. Joe Waller of
tte sr the African Peoples' Socialist
o' rParty. The topic of his address Mr. Isadore Seltzer. renowned visiting artist exhibits to be
4~n,0w. w ill be "The Struggle for African New York designer, painter and presented on campus with the
Liberation." A reception and illustrator, is presenting an support of UNF Student Activities
e campus tours will again follow. exhibition of his work in the UNF Other artists to be presented in
library through March 1. the series will include painter,
sculptor. and designer Mr.
THE" ApArthur Hoener; potter Ms. Tracy
A lecture-demonstration by a Arthur Hoener; potter Ms. Tracy
Kenya-born musician and crafts- In addition to the exhibition. Dotson; and photographer Mr.
esa lsh'ent iI af ell man, Mr. Chisseko Kondowe. will Seltzer will give a slide Jerry Uelsmann.
d of J ll s| | e be given in the courtyard and presentation and lecture Monday.
SCI h bIe Greek theatre Tuesday. Music Feb. 18, at 1:30 p.m. in building All lectures and exhibitions will
and dance will also be provided 003, room 2241. be open to the public.
by the Players of the Afro-Ameri-
can Cultural Development Center. Seltzer is the first of four Photos on page 11.




UNF found tion elects Waiters

Mr. John S. Walters, executive financial aid Mr. Rufus Jefferson. was raised and approximately Direct Student Loan Program, meeting included Mr. Judson S.
editor of the Florida Publishing $32,000 has been raised so far where funds are multiplied $9 for Whorton, president of the
editor of the Florida Publishing .IN T EFFORT c'T
Co., became the new president of Corrick told the trustees that this year. The university staff every $1, and for the College American Century Trust, who
the Univt'rsity of North Florida the foundation has received more alone contributed over $3,000. Work Study Program, a federal was elected foundation vice
Foundation Inc., January 29 at a than $80,000 in gifts since aid program providing $8 for president. Mr. J.J. Daniel, Mr.
meeting held on campus. The octato for n the Jefferson reported that gifts to every $2 in institutional match- William D. Lovett, Dr. Jack E.

achievements of the foundation's of this total were gifts made as IN ADDITION, Jefferson re- .,e ed
outgoing president, Dr. Thad part of the foundation's unique program that now benefits nearly ported that gift dollar to t usteeships.
Moseley. Volunteer Alumni programstudents enrolled at th ni foundation have been used to
te honPresident's Scholars, and have are Mr. Homer H. Humphries,
Walters, who has been a individuals, businessmen and have provided matching funds for served as security for nearly Jr., Senator Lew Brantley, Mr.
trustee of the foundation since its community leaders who contri- the federally supported National $70,000 in short-term loans for Clanzel Brown, Mr. Roland S.
establishment, is a former bute time, money and effort to UNF students since the university Kennedy, Mr. Walter A.
president of the Jacksonville support the university, on a opened in 1972. Ketcham, Mr. Ray W. Markham.
Rotary Club awd has been active voluntary basis. Rev. Rudolph W McKissick,
in community and civic affairs for Dr. Darwin O. Coy, UNF dean Judge Thomas J. Shave, Mr.
many years. The university, as a new of students, expressed thanks to Harold Gibson, Mr William
institution had no alumni to the trustees for their leadership in Pridgen. all of Jacksonville, Ms.
THE FOUNDATION is a support its objectives. The the fund effort, He calledthe gifts C.L.G.Ashby. Atlantic Beach;
non-profit, tax-exempt corpora- Volunteer Alumni foundation, an "investment in the future. and Ms. Russell Newton, Orange
tion established to enlist lay formed last spring under the Park.
support and advice to the leadership of Corrick, became Ote fieseetda h
university and to encourage one answer to that problem. :::
supplementary gift support. Its I, Corc
board is composed of 23 area I .
civic, community, and profes- cited gifts ranging from five to
sional leaders who volunteer their several thousand dollars which i efetive. is "the General Asseblyi.>......:Page.
time and efforts. have come from more than 400 Whas s poitial Super Boiti? .... .;.. ..........,.,. Pagre ;',-
individuals, businesses, civic and Sawntil Slough goes canoeing........ ,;...............:Pae :
professional organizations which Pper shortage hits UNF .. ........ ..............Pa
During the meeting. UNF volunteered to stand in the place What does your toilet tissn say Pa ge.
foundation trustees also heard of alumni for the young ,, 'Laughitng Policeman: is niot friny. .... .... .,Pag. I.
reports from foundation executive university. .. $@ writers are male elauiinists?, ....,....:, ... Page 12 "
director, Dr, George W. Corrick, ".. ." ....: '..12
and UNF director of stu.des During its first year, $40,000 JOHN S. WALTERS ,: ;' a " ,




Page 2 -.February 6, 1974 -THE HALYARD



THE HflRYfRD



It's not working...
Has the General Assembly lost its ability to govern the University of
North Florida?
Did the General Assembly ever possess the power to govern?
These questions appear to be going through the minds of students,
faculty and staff.
While the General Assembly may have the power to govern, it is
abundantly clear to many that it is not operating. Many rules and
regulations are decided elsewhere -- most often by administrators and
college deans.
Basically, the only thing the General Assembly has done this
academic year is select members for various committees.
THERE ARE SEVERAL REASONS why the General Assembly is not
functioning. The first is the fact that the General Assembly is too large
and cumbersome to operate effectively. Gathering a body made up of /
over 200 people is a monstrous task. Therefore, there are too few -- .,. --
General Assembly meetings. One can demonstrate this by pointing out
that the General Assembly has not met in almost two months.
The second factor which has contributed to the breakdown of the M PtR. ftAENTARIQ TAR PIT
General Assembly is the fact that apathy is running rampant among
student members of the General Assembly. As a result of this apathy
students as well as faculty and staff don't attend their designated
meetings.
WHY THE APATHY? Student members do not feel that they have WE iHAVE TO &ET IT MOV MC7 BEroR (T 8ECOMES XrT Cr
any real responsibility due to the fact that they are just one of 73. I V
Student members also complain constantly that administrators and
faculty don't provide enough facts and data to help them research a
problem. The only way they have any power is to work jointly with Sexless approach
other student members. Ventures in this area have proven futile.
It is almost as difficult to round-up 73 student members as it is to call 'M s 'ta k e
a General Assembly meeting. M. a t
There are three reasons why the student members have not been BY DEE USELTON name. Large businesses usually the same time robbed of its
able to work together collectively 1) There are no funds allowed to run their echelons on a one-name very personal possessions.
student members to print memorandums and announcements. 2) Uni-sex, here we come! basis. This is especially evident in
There is no designated student leader or spokesman. 3) Many students Personal names and titles are communications between manag- "Mr" has yet to be touched.
do not have the time to spend hours in meeting. continually used by a growing erial levels and laborers. Perhaps married males may soon
number of publications in an WHY MUST THIS anti-social find themselves as "Mx" or
What about the common everyday student? As a result of this form unorthodox manner. "Ms,' has form of behavior appear printed "Md'' or practically anything
of government there is no student office,,or anything equivalent to it. replaced "Miss" or "Mrs:' and on paper? Journalists have a else.
Where do students go to air grievances, file complaints or inject their the, fate of "Mr." is still to be tremendous sense of pride in This sexless approach is where
opinions? There is no place. decided. their work. And yet this impolite journalism is headed. In the name
trend debases the profession. The of simplification, society has lost
THE TIME HAS COME for us to take a good hard look at this While "Ms" has been public is taken for granted and at its name.
legislative body. We should either alter it or choose one of the other proclaimed as the ideal solution
options at our disposal. One is a Student Government Association. for the female identity problem, it
has caused even more queries. A
Most importantly, let's not make the fatal mistake of holding.on to large segment of the feminine
this form of government solely because it looks good on paper. populace still wishes to be called
by "Miss" or "Mrs."E HAL
MIKE MILKEY
Many are proud of their Published every other week by members of the Newspaper Worksho
unmarried status, while others class at the University of North Florida for all members of the UN
hope for itto change. The result is community.
a plea to remain a traditional
"Miss."
SOpinions expressed in this newspaper are not necessarily the opinion
OTHERS TAKE pride in being of the University or its officials.
Take e I fre s a wife and prefer to proclaim
ake heart, .D. reakthemselves as "Mrs." Many STAFF
widows honor and cherish their News Editor .....................................................Dee Uselton
What is smaller than a breadbox but bigger than your departed spouses and retain their Assistant News Editors ..............Sylvia O'Dell, Barbara Walters
wallet?...Wrong. It's your combo student schedule-registration fee "Mrs" status. And several still Reporters ... Brenda Bartley, Stan Bellows, Fred Brown, Ricky
receipt card, of course, cling to traditional lines. Crews, Thelma Cribbs, Dennis Devoe, Kyla Fowler, Kathy
Merrey, Buzz Mills, Harold Morgan, Jeanie Roycraft, Roger
But why, you plaintively ask, don't I have an official laminated Journalism, by using "Ms" Sallas, Lynne Welch.
identification card with a true-to-life color photo of myself in the upper indiscriminately, is taking a right Feature Editor ............................................... Judi Benson
lefthand corner? away from all women. Women Assistant Feature Editor ............................Carolyn Kenyon
should be given the decent Feature Writers and Columnists ... Luther Anthony, Shirley
The reasons are simple: money, computers and the paper shortage, privilege of deciding their own Corbin, Ellyn Davenport, Mary Kellett.
according to Wellington C. Morton of Instructional Communications. titles. Editorial Page Editor ......................................Dale Edelberg
Editorial Writers ... Steve Edwards, Gary Lindley, Michael
THE LAMINATED I.D.'s cost over a dollar each to make, or about Also the use of "Mrs. John Milkey.
$3,600 all totaled. This would have been wasted money this quarter Doe" is effrontery beyond belief. Columnists ...............................Linda Center, Larry Spisak.
due to a new processing system ordered for the library. Does a married woman give up all Art/Photo Editor ............................................Don Renshaw
her former names? If any practice Photographer ........................................Doris Manukian
All-new cards, keyed to the expected circulating watchingg" system, is discriminatory, this is the one. Production Manager ..................................Mary Brumbaugh
must be issued to both newly and previously enrolled students. If you Production Staff ... Patty Petrucci, Mary Merritt, Roberta
have a card now it will soon be "inoperative." BECOMING WIDESPREAD is Kauffman.
the use of solitary last names for Makeup Editor ..................................................Jonel Aller
When checking out a book, you will put your card into the machine both sexes. Most everyone has at Makeup staff..................Sharon McConnell, Joyce Johnson.
which will then validate your account number. But beware of overdue least two names. Many have Business Manager ........................................Chuck Lightner
books -- the compassionless computer will give notice immediately if three and a great number have in Personnel Manager ........................................Ruth Skapyak
you have enjoyed a tome one day longer than allowed, excess of three nomenclatures. Advertising staff ... Steve Rogers, Bill Scully, Lee Donaldson,
Why take these birthrights away Lynn Woodbridge, George Comer.
THE THIRD problem -- paper -- may be the biggest. The forms for from people? Circulation Manager ................................. Jim Alderman
Circulation staff ... Gaynell Jernigan, Terry Mothershed.
the new I.D.'s must be ordered six months in advance. They are on Circulation staff ... Gaynell Jeigan Terry Mothershed.
order now and should arrive about midpoint of the spring quarter. The military.and big business
have long been the key offenders
So, take heart all of you I.D. freaks. You will have a new card by of this practice. All those within Editor and General Manager ... Assoc. Prof. W.J. Roach
summer at the very latest. In the meantime, better look for a these fields exist primarily as lastlocated at The University of North Florida, St. John'
supersized billfold names. Bluff Road South, P.O. Box 17074, Jacksonville, Florida 32216

LINDA CENTER A military man spends 75% of Telephone: (904) 646-2817.
his life hearing only his family ,........





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Letters to the editor Spivak speaks up;
An 'alleged honor" participation in "Who's Who..." private discussions with other |
is either useful or advisable, students it has been established, I
To the Editor: at least in my mind, that the
Yours sincerely, Venture Studies Program at the
The editorial (Jan. 23) on RICHARD BIZOT University of North Florida is a BY LARRY SPIVAK had their playoff aspirations shot
nominations to "Who's Who Department of Language & very unpopular one.48, other out from under them last season.
Among Students..." assumes Literature Super Bowl 48, otherwise They still remain rather offensive.
m known as the presidential'election
that failure to respond to the In one discussion after another known as the presidential' election
invitation to nominate students A bab s the same complaints about the e isaleady shaping up a The Republican Conference, on
resulted from apathy. Not deficiencies of the program arise. of the century with the other hand, appears to be
necessarily so. ear Editor, The complaints range from teams from both conferences struggling to produce a strong
fneceeingse o atorp y b cae of the already jockeying for positions in representative team. The presea-
I can only speak for myself, of In yout front page article on the lack of instructor participation to the primary playoffs son favorites, the Agnews, have
course, but I declined to possibility of faculty unionization The Democratic conference, since broken up their franchise
participate because I have serious appears the following paragraph: the feelings of- being pushed out to avenge its crushing defeat after their quarterback was
misgiving about this alleged "While an assistant professor of along a conduit of mass education in Super Bowl 47, appears to have convicted of receiving payoffs for
honor. For one thing I dislike its philosophy at the University of that has its philosophy based on some strong offensive teams games he played before turning
commercial flavor. In my day, at Florida, Megill expressed pro- quantity of student participation vying for a playoff berth. pro.
least, its real point seemed to be markist (sic) views in his rather than quality of student The McGoverns, defeated in This has opened up the field for
to provide the sponsoring classes." You give no further achievement, that contest, are in the process of other playoff contenders, such as
company with a mailing list. information on the topic, save rebuilding their organization. the Regans, who have built a
Being in "Who's Who" meant that you go on to state that Megill THE SAMENESS of the They played in last season's strong team with apparently little
you got hustled to buy (at any was denied tenure by the courses in their structure has Super Bowl -- as you recall -- or no talent.
exorbitant price, as I recall) president of the institution, become a tiresome bore to many under protest, alleging that
copies of a book in which your students. That is the old form of members of the opposing team THE GOLDWATERS, with
name appeared, as well as THE UNAVOIDABLE insinua- instructor acting as an over, age stole their playbook. The their conservative type offense
trinkets such as lapel pins and tion is that Professor Megill proctor while the students are controversy has not yet been and right-side running attack,
watch fobs. Perhaps this has should not have been espousing subjected to half prepared; night resolved and the McGoverns still also may find a way to the
changed, but if so it is news to Marxist doctrine in his classes before class conglomerations of hope for a rematch. playoffs, having slowly rebuilt
me. and was fired when he was found innocuous, boring and ill A strong contender for the their team following a disastrous
THE COMMERCIALISM alone doing so. In fact, he was hired by informed reports on various conference title this season is the performance in Super Bowl 45
might be palatable, however, if I his department expressly to subjects which may or may not Kennedy team which, despite
thought the award was nonethe- represent the Marxist point of have any relation with what the criticism directed toward their Other Republican Conference
less a useful or meaningful one. I view, and the conditions of his course was originally intended to quarterback for performing hopefuls include the Rockefellers
don't think it is. Criteria for firing seem to be complex. Spiro be concerned with. poorly under pressure, has rolled who, having all but destroyed the
nomination are vague. The Agnew was observed in cnversa- up an impressive won-lost record, Eastern Division for years, now
selection process is almost tion with Chou En-lai. He The apex of this ludicrous especially at home. appear ready for the big one; and
inevitably uneven which is to resigned his position as vice situation is that we all continue to the Connally team, whose head
say, inequitable. Awards are president later that year. indulge ourselves in this form of IN ADDITION, the Humphries, coach is a former assistant coach
nice, but unless they are given for The damage to Megill's uninteresting and often, non- .always a conference power, will of the Nixons, winner of the last
specific achievements they tend reputation does not bother me valuable education. be trying to rid themselves of the two Super Bowls--thanks to the
to be empty. And the more much. What does distress me is stigma of "never being able to fine bootleg and sneakdraw
haphazard the selection process, seeing The Halyard engage in Let us, as students, propose to win the big one." Last playing of their quarterbacks.
the more likely people's feelings crude innuendo so early in life. initiate a program of education season, their "over-the-hill"gang
\will be hurt. Gratuitously. It's rather like hearing a baby that is in the best interest of defeated the Muskies' "no-name At this point in time all
cuss. ourselves. As the situation is defense" in the playoffs but later indications are that Super Bowl 48
SThe Dean's List is meaningful. Sincerely, now, we are but robots, lost to the McGoverns in the wild should shape up to its billing as
Awards by campus organizations E. ALLEN TILLEY programmed to respond to the card entry--the Wallaces, who the "game of the century."
can be meaningful. Competitive Assistant Professor whims of those who are supposed :::::: :~:;:::;. .........*:::
awards such as those planned by to "know best." For 190.00.
the Skills Center can be Venture Studies? every quarter think I should be Guest column
meaningful. But being in "Who's buying something I want.
Who...", to my mind, is about as Dear Editor: J
distinctive as being in the The time has come for someone J.C. FARNSWORTH ns of the tim e
telephone directory. I suggest to publicly speak out against the Student
that we consider whether UNF's Venture Studies program. In-
BY STEVE LEARY crossing," "Merging traffic,"
S THE HALYARD Invites all whose name appears under it. No includes harassment, Ianuendo, a etc.
members of the UNF "family" to anonymous letters will be half-truth or is in poor taste, will
Contribute Letters to the Editor printed; THE HALYARD will, not be accepted. Preference will "Speed limit, thirty-five words FROMTHE APPEARANCE of
S for its issues. All letters must be upon request, withhold the name be given those who have not i per minute." the pleasing colors and words, it
typewritten, double-spaced and of an Individual from print after previously had a letter published. is obvious the road department
Signed; name, address and authenticating the letter with that THE HALYARD reserves the This would be the appropriate has found an appropriate place to
telephone number should also be individual. Letters should not be right to edit letters which are N road sign to erect along our practice their artistic and
appended so that the letter may over one page in length, unduly long, but wll not print highways, so that the driver intellectual skills. Their failure in
be authenticated. No letter wil be such letters until the author has would have enough time to read obvious reflection
printed without assuring that it been apprsed of the editing and all of the signs that already line of their failure in the engineering
has bee written by the hdividual Material that is ibelous or approves. our roadways. One more sign as well.
e surely could do no harm,
especially since it is so During a time when it seems
B instructive. we have a shortage of everything
Dy from gasoline to toilet paper, it
| r one mile long which is the to know that in the traffic
Li n R em em ber termination of Interstate 95 and department there is no shortage
Cent r the beginning of Alternate US 1. of signs.
Center Along this small stretch of
When the conversation turns We mustn't berate ourselves roadway there are exactly eleven IF THEY INSIST upon erecting
When the conversation turns As we listen to the recitals of for our wanton disregard of road signs of varying shape, color so numerous signs the least they
nostadulgic, we aren't merely deficiency ofn e topping the last, dwindling kindling, instead, we and information. If you proceed can do for the public is spread the
Rather, we are cntinuing a pictures come to mind, stretching must take pride in the knowledge slower than the speed limit sign, eye sores around, so that
Rather, we are continuing a pictures come to md, stretching that we have kept alive for which is the first one to strike others may have the wonderful
tradition that reaches f a r beyond back through the ages to another generation the institution your eye with bold black letters on opportunity of viewing the
our fond memories of yesterday. prehistory, of millions of of destitution. an orange background, you may artistry of the traffic department.
grandfathers with their grand- be able to comprehend some of
It isn't the "remember when sons at their knees. WHEN THE LAST automobile the more enlightening signs, such BEAUTIFY America's road-
wcommon humanity--we can look expires due to a severe restriction as: "Left lane ends, "Right lane ways,erect a no parking, no
that up in any e ncyclopedia. But itok of gas flow to the carburetor and begins," "The end of 1-95, standing or no sleeping sign on
that up i n any encyclopedia. But it Thee sits the venerable old its mortal remains are placed in 'Beginning of Alt. I," "Opossum your street.
is the "when I was growing up, Stone Age gentleman in his the junkyard, we can pedal away
we didn't have..." that keeps the mastodon loin fur, saying to his from the last rites on our trusty
river of human history flowing, brash young Bronze Age ten-speeders As the Bike Age tut A
grandson, "Why, you young draws to a close, we can joyfully The Halyard Invites ontr most Interest to HALYARD
Our parents remember Glenn whippersnappers today have it contemplate s addlingup the b ns frm all UNF personnel readers. THE ALARD re
Miller, but what they pass on to easy. You've got this newfangled conplat Seca The as for this "Guest Column." serves the right toe edit, revise, or
us is that they didn't have air fire and these fancy metal spears. mile-and-a-quarter stretch to the Students, faculty, career person. t any copy.
conditioning or television. Their All of you are going soft. ocetobuy candles should be e staff -- all are eligible to
parents remember hay and sleigh grocery to y canes e contribute. The topic may be of Deadline for contributions for
rides, but point out endlessly I exhilarating. y choosing, but must be the "Guest Column" for the next
their not having safety razors or In view of this oral tradition of typewritten, doublespaced. Mssue is
electric lights, history, we mustn't look at the We can project even further teria that is blespaced. Morthat is TUESDAY, February 12.
energy crisis with the gloom a into the future and see our proud lty of harassment, innueor that s TUESDAY, Februndo
SOME MODERN chroniclers cold house or an empty gas tank descendants telling their grand- half-trth or poor taste will not be Send or bring the copy to THE
have undertaken the task of might induce, but with a warm, children, "When I was growing accepted. Preference will be HALYARD office Room 1361
recording for posterity these happy feeling knowing that our up, we didn't have..." ...and given those who have ot Bdg. you send the column,
unwritten tales of hard-times, children have not been forgotten their ears will prick up as they sit previously appeared as a "Guest Include your name, home or
following the example of the Old in time's steady march of about the old cavestead in their Columnist" and those subjects business address and telephone
Testament scribes deprived progress. new fig leaves. wlhch are deemed to have the nmnber for verification.





Page 4 February 6, 1974 THE HALYARD


Task Force attacks problems

scheduled their first "hearing" according to King. He said'
One of the first "task forces" schedule Expanding on the "number one SOME MINORITIES, accord- according to King He said
formed to attack university-wide on a complaint discussed with problem" idea, King said that an ing to King, feel that they aren't students have told hm at they
problems is one dealing with some othe members "affirmative Action Program, has being given enough opportunity weren't given the same chance as
human relations. d w t t been established on campus, but to show they are capable of whites in answering questions,
human relations 't want the task force to it only permits those of minority additional responsibility, and in assessment of course problems
Formed late last year the task be tied-up in race (issues) only," status and women the opportunity turn the so-called "better jobs" and examinations. Members of
Formed late last year, the task said King. The task forceaims t6 to compete for jobs." The go to other people. the group will attempt to find out
proposing solutions to problems improve th image and chairman feels that a wider scope The lack of opportunity is also what can be done to solve them
proposing solutions to problems relationship of this school with is needed, adding that "I feel the being feltby some black students, these problems are real and
both on-campus and off-campus rtsthi r being felt by some black students,
both on-campus and off-campus the members that are presently in people on this campus ought to
which affect University of North the university and the entire begin to know each other."
Florida people. Jacksonville community."
Composed of faculty, students King said the task force is also KING WENT TO Dr. Roy
Lassiter, vice president of the
and career services personnel, concerned about any problems university and discussed his e
the committee is headed by Dr. students may have in the human observations of UNF last year.
William F. King, assistant relations aspect of their learning. Te discussion led t ye
professor of chemistry. The The discussion led to the
group is trying to find out IT'S KING'S BELIEF that formation of the committee.
different "problem areas" facing racism is the number one problem The task force includes faculty
the school and have already facing this country members: Dr. Dan Schafer, Dr.
Robert Gonzales, Dr. Dbitra
Micks, Dr. Louis W. Woods, and
Professor William Brown. Stu- o
N f dent members are: Ms. Ann
SHurst, Mr. Ronny Allen, Mr.
SI John Trifiletti, and Ms. Cynthia
N e w r Valentine.- Those members from
career services include: Mr.
Herman Floyd, Mr. Ken Johnson,
Political science department, on the comparison of Mr. Samuel Cothron, and Ms.
solar, nuclear and fossil fuel, Dr. Kay Noell.
plans buffet Jay Smith, associate professor of
transportation and Dr. S.K. DURING THE GROUP'S first
The political science depart- Kuthiala, assistant professor of meeting late last year, King said,
ment will have its first annual sociology, will speak on the "Members asked themselves how
cocktail buffet Feb. 15, at 7:00 effects of the energy crisis on they could better human relations
p.m. This will provide an transportation and on established on campus." He said they are
opportunity for students and social institutions; respectively. looking at various activities that
faculty in the department to could be utilized to allow students
become acquainted. Details will All interested students and to better understand their
be sent to each political science faculty are invited, instructors and themselves.
student soon.
Complaints involving employ-
'Good Turn Day' Jax Bowling Lanes ment at UNF are being looked
into by task force members, but
helps Goodwill offer reduced rates King was quick to point out that
there haven't been -any findings
"Students Good Turn Day" as yet. '"We are attempting to see A new addition to the courtyard, this bell, donated to the dMlelr ty by
was held yesterday and again hax wrlg- ifthere is- a- problem. -o Taylor Hardwick, will be placed in the new auditorium when
today in the UNF Greek heater. tonExpressway is now allowing discrimination in employmentompted.
today in the UNF Greek Theater. University of North lorida here, he said tsk force members
Co-sponsored by Cooperative students, faculty and staff to bowl Staff photo by Don Renshaw
Education and Alpha Phi Omega, for 60 cents a game seven days a
the event will offer students an week from 9 am. to 6 p.m.
opportunity to help Goodwill week from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Industries collect items to replace To receive this discount, an -
those lost in-their recent fire. Intramural s Clb membership
ilntramurals Club mmehpo urU i e siyuu
Pack reusable clothes, sporting card -must be preselable in the Studhese Y ur U n varsity Bank
goods, toys, books and records Acitivities Office, building 003,
into a bag and toss them into the room 2401.
cargo net at the base of the mast
erected in the amphitheater. Tennis Club to meet
Goodwill also welcomesbikes, The Tennis Club will meet this Complete Banking Service
furniture and small appliances -- quarter on Mondays from ,4-5:30
anything repairable. quarter on Mondays from 4-5:30
p.m. Meetings will be held on the
tennis courts and will focus on Checking- Saving- Loans
learning to play the game. Dr. W
Adam Smith Club Terry Tabor will provide
to discuss energy instruction for interested faculty,
staff and students.
The Adam Smith Club will
present a panel discussion n the aOpen 9 AM to 3 PM Mon-Thurs.
energy crisis on Tuesday, Feb. 19
in building 003, room 1381, from MAS TER 9 A M to 6 P M Fri.
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.. Fishing may become


new campus pastime


BY RICKY CREWS the fish. The fish also breed and
grow due to the plentiful food
Fishing may be a new pastime supply, hence there is good
for students and faculty on the fishing.
UNF campus.
AFTER A PERIOD of time the
The large lake just off the fish multiply to the point that food
campus road has been stocked becomes scarce.
with a variety of fish and may be
opened soon. Only a set of rules is
needed before the lake is opened Walker said that the sun fish or
for fishing. perch which are smaller and need
to claim less territory to breed,
Mr. Tom Boswick, director of will out breed the bass and
Physical Facilities, has drawn up compete with them for space.
a set of guidelines for UNF
President Thomas G. Carpenter,
to approve. According to Eugene Due to his studies Walker feels
Canoe racing on the Santa Fe River at O'Leno State Park. Harrie of the physical planning t
Department, no opposition has that one way of maintaining the
been proposed to fishing the large surge in fishing is a much higher
lake, and all that remains is for limit on sunfish. The natural

i38 Sloughs Sith canoes Carpenter to OK a set of rules. thsciene pthrowingfessr alo believes
38 S lous w i coes SOME OF Boswick's proposals fish, but keeping corresponding
include a limit on the number of numbers of large, medium, and
point a general tie was declared fish caught, no gas engine boats mall fish will help maintain
The allure of the current A CAMPFIRE FRIDAY night since most of the contestants allowed on the lake, no nets, no fishing. According to Walker this
camping rage is getting "away was preceded by a slide show by were too exhausted to pick up a swimming, and no camping. A would be taking a ratio of the total
from it all." It is the desire for Mr. Mike Milkey. But the paddle. limit of five will probably be fish population instead of deleting
serenity ... a venture for peace highlight of the weekend was placed on large mouth bass. the supply of large fish and
and quiet ... to be ourselves. Saturday morning's canoe races. "THE WOMEN'S TANDEM leaving small or even dwarfed
Dr. Robert Loftin, "chief race was a runaway for the team Dr. Les Walker assistant fsh. If too many small fish are left
At least once each quarter the stomper" of the Slough, of Pennye Loftin and Donna Ray. professor in the natural sciences in the lake they will eat all the
members of Saw Mill Slough set described the races like this: Second place went to Linda Carter department, has done research on food.
out on such a quest. Their last and Carolyn Kenyon who finished various fresh water lakes.
adventure -- the weekend of Jan. about half hour after the first According to Walker, when a new BY KEEPING the food supply
26 -- took place at O'Lena State Saturday morning canoe races place team after paddling body of water such as the large plentiful the fish will continue to
Park. Thirty-eight people partici- were held on the Santa Fe River. sideways down the river most of lake is established, the fishing is feed and spawn which will
pated in this excursion. The My beard was at stake in one race the way." very good for a period of a few produce good fishing.
years after which it levels off.
group was as varied as the because I bet thatif my partner, One UNF lake located behind
campus. Professors with their Steve Sutton, and I lost the men's SATURDAY, THE GROUP WALKER STATED that the the phase II section is going to be
families, students with their tandem race I would shave it off. took a leisurely float trip down the abundant fish and good fishing dredged with completion of the
familet f tishdenstalodnfasnd e
families, students alone and even Ichetucknee River. On Sunday seen initially is because of a buildings. It also will be stocked
one student wih his younger morning, the group headed for plentiful food supply. The water with fish. The lake by the
brother. "In the first heat Warren Peck Olustee Creek, then down the meeting with the rich minerals of boathouse has already been
and John Oliver narrowly edged Santa Fe River about four miles to the soil helps to produce small stocked with some fish, but no
the Loftin-Sutton team but a the state park. forms of life such as plankton. plans are yet being made for
The weekend included a re-run was declared because of an These serve as a source of food fishing in it.
campfire, canoe races, a float trip alleged foul. In the second heat, A picnic on the bank and a for fry and small fish which will in
and swimming -- some of the Loftin-Sutton finished first, but cooling swim marked the end of turn be eaten by larger fish along It is yet undecided whether
latter unscheduled. another foul was claimed. At this the expedition. te ecological chain. people off campus will be allowed
S --e tog ch u aina to fish on the lakes. At this time
For the first few years in the basic regulations concerning
life of the lake the plankton breed fishing have not been put into

A u t C w e at a rapid rate to supply food for effect.

t i Visi tors walk trail

The Duval Audubon Society, day were six immature White
Thguided by members of the Ibis, quite rare on the campus at
So LV61% l laSawmill Slough Conservation this time of year
Club, took part in a nature walk
on the University of North While no mammals were seen,
on the University of North
Florida's nature trail Jan. 19. abundant tracks and other
evidence were found of bobcat,
white-tailed deer, raccoon, arma-
dillo, and wild hog.
THE WALK, ABOUT three THE GROUP SAMPLED one of
miles in length, covered the the more abundant wild foods on
White Violet Trail and parts of the the campus, the tender lower
Turkey Track Trace, Bald Cypress stems of the cattail, sometimes
Trail and the Wild Orchid Trail. called "Cossack Asparagus."
Due to the unseasonably warm Many of the group felt it tasted
FRg u kw iJi p weather, the group found many more like cucumbers.

Thirty-one species of birds were a dozen boys from the Youth
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Adorned with powdered hair and
Glittering eye make-up, have Students broke up into groups |Endgame Players Wheel TO Their Doom
been shouting mysterious lan- to produce the various plays
Record Breaking Crowd Jams Greguage throughout the campus assigned. The plays ranged fromek Theatre
Greek to present day drama. The
j The gatherings are part of Dr. intent was to give the students i
Al Tilley's "Drama" course. The insight into the playwright's
course is designed to give the meaning through the actual
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... .. I.
Shortage hits UN F


The University of North Florida said procedures for purchasing
has been affected by the current paper in the future may change.
St o paper shortage.

Mr. C. Ward Hancock, director "I think the whole concept of
of administrative services of buying paper in the future may
UNF, said "paper shortages are have to be different. Price will be
UNF, said "paper shortages are a ti to be The with, bee
already factual" and "the price of a thing to be concerned with, but
paper will probably go high too." the availability of paper will be
something even more critical,"
he said.

In some instances, said
Hancock, the university is HANCOCK MADE SEVERAL
experiencing difficulties in find- suggestions for saving paper. He
ing the right type of paper for said individuals should use
special work involving duplicating telephones instead of sending
Hancock added that there are memos, use both sides of a sheet
certain styles (weights) of paper of paper, send materials to
we can't even get right now." various people rather than
numerous copies and use carbon
copies instead of special photostat
UNF students [I to RI Thelma Crlbbs, Randy Wilsey, Shirley Hulvey and John Hulvey represented the type paper.
school at the fifth annual Florida Undergraduate Philosophy Conference held at Bethne-Cookman ONE STATE CONTRACT
College, Jan. 18 and 19, in Daytona Beach. The students were accompanied by Dr. Robert Loftin, UNF already has been cancelled by one
philosophy professor, who founded the conference five years ago while teaching at Stetson University. of the paper companies, he said.
"There has been no encourage- Hancock said he has notified
ment from others to take up the UNF President Thomas G.
contract." Carpenter about the problem and
added that if "we're going to get
Despite the problem, Hancock through this shortage of paper
said UNF officials are trying to period we need to act now and
C ava able on ca pus find other ways to meet the begin some tye of program (to
university's paper needs. He also conserve paper).

An advanced cadet training the program. Expenses, as well At the present time only men
program for potential Army as salary, are paid during the are enrolled in the program here.
officers is available on the UNF training camp. "We have been told women
campus. would be included in the future," Faculy elect Kreger
AT THE TIME of graduation, said Whorton.
Reserve Officer Training Corps the cadet is guaranteed a
(ROTC) is open to all students but commission in the reserves. If a Presently UNF's ROTC pro-
is most beneficial for veterans cadet has shown distinguished gram is under the Gainesville Meetings last month of the FOUR NON-TENURED fat
who are interested in obtaining a scholarship ability and ROTC detachment, but as the program College of Arts and Sciences FOUR NON-TENURED faculty
commission in either the regular leadership he may receive a grows in size it could become a faculty resulted in the naming of a were elected to serve with the
Army or reserves following their commission in the regular army. separate detachment. new president along with an ad committee to represent the areas
raduation. hoc tenure committee. of the fine arts, literature and
gra aion.history, mathematics and natural
SSk s center sciences, and social science-poli-
Ss center offers tical science-psychology.
The program has been in effect Dr. Les Krieger, associate
at UNF for one year with an professor of psychology, was
original enrollment of 10 gg a e elected president of the faculty,
members. Through student to h l as i st c e succeeding Dr. Dan Schafer, Elected were Dr. Robert Loftin,
recruiting efforts, initiated by assistant professor of history. fine arts; Dr. William Slaughter,
Mike Tuttle, enrollment has A tutorial assistance program sciences, math, and accounting- langauges and literature; Dr.
already doubled. directed by Ms. Joan Evans is management. Leonard Lipkin, mathematics-
being conducted at the Academic Tutors are paid a beginning The ad hoc committee, which is sciences, and Dr. Minor Chamb-
Enrichment and Skills Center. rate of $2.50 per hour. to recommend policies and lin, social science-political science
"TS IS S tht the procedures for promotion and psychology area.
"THIS IS A SIGN that the Students who need tutorial tenure, includes the present
program is catching on and is assistance are urged to contact New tutors receive in-service tenured faculty of the college
reflective of the enthusiasm of the Evans in building 1, room 1101 training from the program. All
cadets," said Dr. William (office of student affairs). tutors meet twice a month for Dean Willard Ash, and depart- also delegated the president the
Whorton, whosetdepartmentgistgrourdiscussionsh also delegated the president the
headquartoners for recruiting and Those studgroup dicussions. ment chairman Dr. Ed Healy, responsibility to form another ad
rhesdqumgarters fr recriti Those students who are natural sciences; Dr. Larry hoc committee to study a proposal
processing qualified and interested in Atleast three hours per week Green,psychology; Dr. Gerson for financial support of scholarly
tutoring should also contact the working with individuals and Yessin, fine arts, and Dr. Gary activities. The proposal was
same office. Areas which are small groups is required of all Harmon, languages and literature advanced by Harmon.
Interested students fill out a greatest in demand are natural tutors. adane a n
questionnaire which is sent to
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Want to work?
XNorth Star Seeks

Employers on campus artist, wriers r
Layout artists, graphic artists S
and writers are needed for the
The Cooperative Education and Placement Center at UNF announces : magazine staff of "The North :
an on-campus interview schedule for this quarter. It is as follows: Star. The magazine will cover
:the first two years of the .
University of North Florida's
February 6 Boy Scouts of America Mr. Edwards operation.
7 Burroughs Corp. Mr. Henry (management, Submitted articles and photo-
marketing, business, all majors) graphs relating to campus life will /
be considered for use in the
8 John Hancock Insurance Co. Mr. Peters (all magazine.
majors)
Interested persons are asked to
12 Massachusetts Mutual Mr. Gaines (all majors) contact the group's advisor, Mr.:
SMichael Argento, in the Studente j
13 Arthur Young (CPA) Mr. Milligan (accounting) ::Acitivites Office, building 003,i
room 2401.
14 Arthur Anderson (CPA) Mr. Beacham ............ .. ............
(accounting)
15 Prudential Insurance Co. Mr. Tyson (business,
liberal arts)
18 Price Waterhouse (CPA) Mr. McGinnis Assistant Director of Student
(accounting) Activities. Mike Argento presents
19 -Coopers & Lybrand ( ) M ontona plaque to student Ruth Skapyak
19 -Coopers & Lybrann (CPA) Mr. Boynton in recognition of her many
(accounting) contributions as editor of UNF's
"What's Happening."
20 Barnett Banks of Florida Mr. Hickey (business "W s Happenin
administration)
21 Florida Parole & Probation Commission Mr. Staff photo by Dn Renshaw
Alexander (all majors)
22 Proctor & Gamble Mr. Vargas
22 Proctor & Gamble Mt. Vargas, Deering Milliken -
Mr. Boseman

adinstaton economic marketing Fakculty notes
25 Sealand Services Mr. Hamilton (business
administration, economics, marketing, finance,
transportation)
Leonard discusses
27 Dade County Public Schools Ms. Pearson
(education) foreign policy public administration, addressed King to describe
the congregation of the Jackson-
28 -Maas Brothers Mr. Johnson (all majors) Dr. Tom Leonard associate ville Unitarian Universalist riboflavin structure
S professor of history was s the Church Jan. 18. The subject of
March 6 Duval County Public schools Mr. Reichman featured speaker for the fourth in Mongar's speech was "Limits to
the series of seminars sponsored Growth." Dr. William F. King, assistant
by the UNF history department professor of natural science, gill
Students wishing to participate in the.on-campus interview program for Duval County Advanced speak Thursday, Feb. 7, at 4 pTi.
must sign up in the Cooperative Education and Placement Center. Placement and American History in building 004, room 2203 on
Early sign-up for an interview is encouraged. teachers, Jan. 25. He addressed Schafer lectures "The Structure and Photochemis-
the group on "Foreign Policy try of Riboflavin.
At least one day's notice to cancel an appointment is necessary. Themes in the 20th Century." on changes in Africa tr
Cancellation by phone is permissible. The interview will not be Riboflavin, vitamin B2, is
re-scheduled. essential in human nutrition.
Mongar addresses Dr. Dan Schafer. assistant According to King, exposure to
professor of history lectured at light will destroy this chemical.
SJacksonville church the University of Delaware, Jan. His talk will describe some of the
0 h22 on the theme, "Film-making chemical changes which are
Sand Social Change in Africa" to induced in riboflavin by light and
5 1Dr. Thomas M. Mongar an audience of history and also consider some possible
S P A N IS H chairman of political science and anthropology students and faculty medical implications.
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"PRIMO" WORLD IMPORTERS Have you had that inner shopping is a pleasure" or where onlaxatives.
'5 ~ W~ rethaHave you had thaine "a certain feeling is waiting for
striving force to squeeze the you If you use the sex appeal
Charming but knew it would mean y toothpaste, you are almost
A conceding the Mr. Wimble What if commercials were guaranteed to get your man or
/ l ] t P" [ Award? stripped oftheir silly songs, cute woman. Another toothpaste
I animated, or associating slogans? advises you to put your money
'(-~ ,Or has the urge enticed you to The product might disappear as where your mouth is.
sneak up on your soaking fast as it made its entrance into IF, IN THE BACK of your mind
dentures to see if those little tiny the wonderful world of television you are hoping to find the real
scrub brushes were really briskly advertising. It seems a product thing, then you may be surprised
scrubbing away stubborn stains? cannot sell alone on what it has to to find you have just purchased a
S itue If not, maybe the power of offer--and then again does it offer gimmick.
Television commercials has not anything? Advertising meanders along on
distorted your mind, an elementary level. Someone
tIreiRg issues must be trying to tell us our
THE EFFECTIVE approach to :"' : m :'::':-::: minds cannot retain as many
I advertising today is the gimmick. THE LAST THING any woman complex ideas as we think we
All cleansing or paper products, would want to hear from Madge is can--such as the quality and
-a aa sl.u .la for example, are essentially alike. that she is soaking her hands in a content of a product.
7 WTherefore, to distinquish among dishwashing liquid. Why not stay
4 them, the gimmick was born with home and do dishes? At least it is If the general public would
commercials. Must we sing a cheaper open it eyes, it would realize we
jingle or picture animated figures have been insulted. If advertis-
4 before the correct brand is How many people do you know ing is getting away with using the
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'For o the Woody Allen does it again


Sheffey revu e on key BY LINDA CENTER After an Allenesque recovery, details. This is typical of all his
which forever restores slapstick to movies. As in "Bananas" and
its rightful place, the remainder "Play It Again, Sam," the story
Woody Allen is not funny. of the plot deals with his efforts to line is there, but it is secondary to
BY CAROLYN KENYON better known songs are "Five Saying that he is is the same as evade the Big Brother-type the lines themselves and the
Feet Two", "Bye, Bye Blackbird' saying that Albert Einstein was government and get to a images Allen conjures on the
"Four on the Floor" is a and "I'm Sitting on Top of the bright. Allen's latest movie, revolutionary underground group screen.
musicaldelight. Its creator Mr. World." SLEEPER, proves that "funny"
ies damnably faint when describ-- X**-*X*'-`-`- X1X:*-;`X;*2 HE GIVES us a swishy robot
Don Sheffey has described it as is damnably faint when describ- =.
nostalgiaa w nith a point f view The last act brings us the songs ing comedic genius. A Halowned b two homosexuals; a
::::::::g::::a:::::h::::::::::of:: ::rview. coupleofsecurity police who,
not just 'making fun' of old songs,
but performing them with warmth A Halyard Allen wrote, directed and even in the 22nd century, can't
insight starred in the film, a brilliant tour get their ray gun to work; a two
and insight." review defarce. And, as if thesewerenot Hiding in a van carrying hundred year old Volkswagen
It is an action packed, non-stop W:: .:: -.-. ..-..'..-..'.:.: -..''': sufficient displays of his domestic robots, he disguises that starts on the first try.
musical revue. The production of the "talkies." Sheffey has multifacets, he also played the himself as one of them and is
gives a joyful look at the music selected his songs carefully and score on clarinet along with the delivered to the home of a very Charlie Chaplin gave form to
scene in America from 1910 to we are treated to familiar songs Preservation Hall Jazz Band. popular poet, played by Diane screen comedy. The Marx
1935. and a few gems that are Keaton. She has difficutly Brothers made art out of
unfamiliar. "Lullaby of Broad- ALLEN, THE SLEEPER of the remembering which comes first, absurdity. Now, Woody Allen,
Act One spotlights the songs of way'', "We're In the Money", title, awakens in the year 2173, the butterfly or the caterpillar. their rightful heir, is polishing
the young Mr. Irving Berlin from and "Jeepers Creepers", were two hundred years after unsuc- and refining this art to an even
his "Ragtime" days through some of my favorites. cessful surgery for a peptic ulcer. higher degree. Long may he
World War I -- and on into' the Our first glimpse of him comes as THE SKETCHY PLOT serves reign. And let us hope that there
treasures from his "Music Box Sheffey leaves most of the doctors peel away the aluminum as a step on which Allen hangs his is a new comic prince waiting
Revues" of the 20's. singing and dancing to Mr. foil encasing his defrosted body. delirious array of ludicrous behind the popcorn machine.
Larry Vincent, Mr. Thom Phillips
and Ms. Jeanne Arnold who are
WE ARE TREATED to the -an extremely versatile trio. He
music of the roaring 20's in Act- provides the witty narration,
Two. Many of the songs of that accompaniment on the piano and M a i
era were written by composer Mr. in fact, joins in several songs and a
Ray Henderson. Some of his dance numbers. u s V **

Indian Society hears sitars BY DEE USELTON veteran character actor Mr. animals in dog-carriers and adds
I dian So cie hears sit rs Simon Oakland as his superior a sub-plot of inner-family
Now that Emmy Award time is officer. problems with the Tomas
nearing, thoughts turn to the best concerning a son who tragically
Sitar music, rather than fire Pachori is assistant professor of "new" program of the year. And If a surplus of crime series are died at an early age. By capping
works, was used to celebrate the literature at University of North though the fall season produced a on the TV screen why is "Toma" the entire program with a
Indian cultural Society's observ- Florida and Kuthiala is assistant screen full of detective and police a standout? The answer comes- dedication to the memory of
ance of the 25th anniversary of professor of sociology, formats, the crime drama basically in tight scripts, efficient 'David Toma, Jr. the overall effect
India's independence from Eng- "Toma" is an ideal choice, acting and extremely timely is stunning to the senses.
land. The society's objectives are to topics.
educate, promote and present a "Toma" concerns the real-life BOTH OF THESE scripts were
clear picture of India's traditions experiences of undercover police- Two recent airings are prime written by Musante and his
Dr. Satya Pachori, president of and customs for Indian people man David Toma. The series stars examples. true-life spouse Jane. They show
the local organization, was inJacksonville as well as to Mr. Tony Musante, a new face on. a genius touch in the writing of
assisted by Dr. Sudarshan Kumar encourage friendship and cultural the television screen, as the lead. ONE SHOW COMBINES a natural sounding dialogue. In
Kuthiala as master of ceremonies exchange with other organiza- He is backed by Ms. Susan returning Vietnam veteran who combining their skills with
for the Jan. 26 event, tions. Strasberg as his wife Patty and has severe emotional and production consultant David
psychological problems with the Toma, whom the series portrays,
.---..mental torment suffered by a a team is formed that is hard to
number of women who have been beat.
assaulted by a maniacal rapist. It
SAdding more to the consistency
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Calendar of events A Halyard review iand a uelod degusesica
score and the use of disguises by
111 ON --- N --- MOM Toma. For a brief portion of each
Sw.showing Musante is seen
February 6 Nathan Milstein, violinist civic auditorium then adds to this a powerfully- disguising himself i some
February 7 Betty & Doc Leslie Melville civic auditorium done scene of attempted rape of manner; a priest, a junkie and
Piano Concert Recital, FJC auditorium theatre Strasberg by the veteran and the even a southerti honkie from
key ingredients for a plot are all Jacksonville.
February 6-9 "The Gingerbread Lady" Theatre Jacksonville present.
"Four On the Floor" Thunderbird Dinner Theatre
"Best of Friends" Alhambra Dinner Theatre The series has recently been
SAnother ties in a crime-syndi- moved from a crowded Tuesday
February 7-10 Boat Show coliseumate backing the sale of night schedule to a more relaxed
February 8 Pop Cncert, Fblack-market babies with the Friday night airing. Its ratings are
February Pop Concert, FJC civic auditorium frustrating problems suffered by beginning to climb and hopefully
February 9 The Cole Porters civic auditorium those couples who attempt to "Toma's" worth will be
adopt through normal agency discovered by the viewers before
February 12 The Four Romeros, guitar quartet civic. auditorium lines. The program then includes television executives decide in
Ice Hockey, Barons vs. Boston an occasional scene of new born their minds that it is not the
February 13 Basketball, U vs. FSU coliseum infants being transported like winner it truely is.
February 13 Basketball, JU vs. FSU coliseum
February 14 Wrestling coliseum
February 14-17 Home and Patio Show civic auditorium Kondowe shows jewelry craft
February 15 Basketball, JU vs. N.E. Lousan colise during Black History W eek
February 16 Rock Show coliseum
February 16-17 Opera Repertory Group- auditorium theatre
"Daughter of the Regiment" As part of Black History Week, HIS FORMAL education began
African born Mr. Chisseko at the age of fourteen and ended
February 17 Ice Hockey, Barons vs. Rochester coliseum Kondowe will be demonstrating at the age of seventeen.He later
February 18 B l, U vs. S n isem his jewelry handcraft next moved to Dares Salaam, a
February 18 Basketball, JU vs.- Stetson coliseum Tuesday in the Greek Theater metropolis in Tanzania where he
February 19 Ice Hockey, Barons vs. Rochester coliseum next to the University of North received training in jewelry
Florida library. handcraft and tailoring.
"Watch on the Rhine" downtown library auditorium
Bette Davis & Paul Lucas
American Guild of Organists Recital Jacksonville University Kondowe was born near United States less than six
Students of Professor Murray Mombassa, Kenya, an urban city months. He speaks English,
February 20-21 TIb e cc in Africa. In his early childhood Swahili, Nyanja and several other
February 20-21 Liberace civic auditorium he moved to the rural fishing area related Bantu tongues. His wife,
February 21 am B n auditorium theatreof Nyana, Tanzania on Lake Edwina, is from Ft. Lauderdale
February 21 n Brown auditor theatre Mawali, with a population of and the two of them are now
Gerson Yessin approximately 500. residing in Jacksonville.





THE HALYARD February 6, 1974 Page 11


Dancers shock, delight

BY LUTHER ANTHONY attempt to communicate with the
audience.
Media in motion could well Using a bare stage, overhead
express the theme of the Acme projection screen, film media,
Dance Company's performance at music, a few props and simple but
the Civic Auditorium Jan. 17. effective costumes, Cunningham
and company succeeded in
The group appeared as a part of introducing avant-garde dance to
the Artist Series presented by an unsuspecting audience.
Florida Junior College.
SHOCK AND violence were
patBmm'messma '':" used as major elements in the
A Halyard review avant-garde. Expressions ran-
a~eti ged from joy to sorrow and
The Canadian born Mr. James loneliness. Modern themes such
Cunningham and his troupe -- as liberation versus chauvinism,
Ms. Lauren Perischetti, Mr. and war versus peace were
William Halcomb, Ms. Barbara present. Social statements in the
Ellman, Ms. Linda Tarnay, Mr. form of prose and dance were
Raymond Dooley, Mr. Ted used to get the message across.
Striggles and Mr. Reuben James
Edinger -- performed with The two works presented were
polished grace. "Lauren's Dream" and "Dancing
with Maisie Paradocks." A few
CUNNINGHAM AND company spectators felt the groups' effort
are performers in the fullest was extremely humorous, but the
sense of the word. They not only overall response to the perform-
danced, but they sang, laughed, ance was good. Many gave a
cried, suffered and even died standing ovation in appreciation
figuratively of course in an of the evening.

'Laughing Policeman'

No laughs in movie
BY LARRY SPISAK while struggling with a bellige-
rent populace, a brow-beating
A bus rambles along in the superior and a tedious script.
early morning hours of downtown
San Francisco. It stops to pick up Matthau is particularly effec-
a couple of passengers including tive as an aging, "seen it all and
one mysterious man carrying a fed up" detective who can find
satchel. The man, whose face we no compassion in life and has
never see, takes a seat in the back given up trying. He is bored with
of the bus and proceeds to his job, bored with his wife and
assemble a machine gun with family and, in all probability,
which he then unceremoniously bored with this movie.
massacres all six passengers and Even with good acting,
Ss e the driver, leaving the scene however, "The Laughing Police-
Stae before any witnesses arrive. man" comes off as a leftover pilot
for a new television series, spiced
This is the opening scene of a up for the box office with a little
movie inappropriately titled "The sex and seasoned with a pinch of
Laughing Policeman;" inappro- gore, but still rather tasteless.
private because no one so much as
cracks a smile throughout the -
t ehentire movie, no less laughs, NEED
Streetcar- an hit pro fuci one except perhaps for the people on
the bus who must be glad to get SOMETHING..
out of this movie so early. The
BY JUDI BENSON played by Ms. Yvonne Cum- give a realistic movement ot life rest of us are not so lucky. --To sell?
mings. Cummings seems to lack in the quarter.
Players by-the-Sea definitely the experience and ease of the A Halyard review -- To buy?
earned a feather in their cap with other actors and comes across on THE VOICE OF Ms. Verdon a o,
their latest production of occasion as being a bit too Simpkins can be heard offstage Looking for a book, a dde, a car?
Tennessee William's play, "A hysterical. Her emotions are more singing the blues in true New THE ACTION STUMBLES
Streetcar Named Desire." her own conjecture than a Orleans style. Much of the music along as we follow the San
reaction to the acting around her. does not fit but Simpkin's voice is Francisco Police Depaltment
Ms. Lynwood Dyal is a Her facial expressions are good rich and authentic. carrying out various lines of
convincing Blanche Dubois who and there are moments when investigation, most of which are TRY
shows her versatility as an actress Cummings touches on the true Mr. Andy Arnold, an instructor dead ends, but all of which
in this role. Her transitions from character of Stella. of theater at Florida Junior introduce us to some form of n.in
reality to fantasy to insanity are College uses his theatrical
smoothly handled and an MR. JERRY HILLARD as experience in direction of the There is just enough semi- THE HAL YARD'S
understanding of the "misunder- Mitch, Blanche's beau, is quite play. Blocking, timing and nudity, all of which is totally Classified Advertising
Stood" Blanche is presented to good. His gestures and expres- interpretation of the characters irrelevant to the plot, and a CfNS
the audience, sons are just enough to give that and play as a whole, are well sprinkling of "street" language
"shy country boy" interpretation thought out. to remind you that you are not
Dyal commands the stage and to the part. His enchantment of watching a bad episode from a Th* cost is 5ro -- cents a word
brings to life the colorful, rather Blanche changes quickly, to Dyal is not a newcomer to the bad television series. .s cents a word Ifor two consectve
despondent Blanche Dubois. disgust which Hillard handles theater as shown in her sterling THE FILM DOES HAVE its nhrg o pr m insor on. a sn
Blanche is not unaware of reality, well. performance. She has performed merits, however, mainly Bruce r inrtion. Ca
she has simply chosen to forget ::::::::::::::: :.:: .-.:.:..:: :.::.::.:.-..: in many Jacksonville community Dern and Walter Matthau. The payment must accompany order.
the sickness and death she has and dinner theater productions as former comes across well as a
seen for so many years. She A Halyard review well as other Player's produc- tough, emotionally charged cop rThe HALYARD oreservesthe right
wraps herself in faded party tions. and the latter, as his cool, to arct as sole judge of the
dresses and waltzes in her world ::methodical partner. It is a suitabiity of any and all
of old southern aristocracy long Ms. Sue Moore who plays the Malloy, Master Chief Petty different role for Walter Matthau adei oy a d
since dead. part of Stella's neighbor, Eunice Officer at NAS Jacksonville, has and his portrayal is enjoyable. averting copy submittd or
Hubbell, is heard offstage more acted and directed summer stock, Both actors are effective as a pair publication, and the right to edit,
MR. JOHN MALLOY as than she is seen on but she is dinner and civic theater through- of cops stalking down a killer revise, or reject any copy or
Stanley Kowalski, Blanche's definitely remembered as a out the country. _ust_______tion forads.
rather crude and ignorant humorous character. Sue pro-
brother-in-law is excellent. Mal- vides the play with comic relief Credit goes in part for the way lassIi fied No "Personals" accepted.
Ioy gives the play balance with his necessary to an otherwise in which the cast and crew have
creation of Stanley. Both depressing play. worked together to make this play advertem ents Deadline for Classirfied Ad
disgusting and intriguing to a success. Detailed attention was
Blanche, Stanley represents the The flavor of New Orleans' paid to timing, lighting and sound for next issue is
antithesis of the southern French quarter is effectively effects. A powerful play that SPORTSWRITERS--The Halyard Tusda, Februar 12
gentleman. Malloy handles his created with Mr. Jim Rink's set. never tires from use, "A is looking for persons to cover the
role with ease. Rink has used many unusual Streetcar Named Desire" is local scene. If interested in Conct:c THE HAL YARD
angles and a gauzy scrim to get professionally done by the sportswriting, contact The Hal- Room g.
Stella Kowalski, the rather flip his effect. Sailors and streetwalk- Beaches Players. It is not a yard office, building 003, room Room 11 B
but understanding sister, is ers are seen behind the scrim to production easily forgotten. 1361. --





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Women are athletes too


Sports: Time for change

BY GAYNELL JERNIGAN third straight win tonight, with when he snagged a potential absurd comments he uses the old athletes competing in athletic
two triples and a three-run homer grand slam homer just inches women's lib hangup such as events.
Are all male chauvinists sports in the bottom of the ninth, from the left field fence. You "They all appeared to have the
writers? Or, are all sports Johnny isn't married, and despite think Pete looks good on the proper foundation garments The woman athlete deserves to
writers male chauvinists? the 'catty' remarks about his hair field? -- You should see him in a intact." be viewed as a human being with
For some strange reason, the spray commercials, he dates swim suit, he has great looking talent and ability to perform.
woman athlete is the target of girls, legs. Most of the Blue's players However, nothing can compare Public awareness of women in
die-hard male sports writers. She ...'.P are married, but the single guys to the most disgusting statement sports should be stressed by the
is ridiculed, harassed and often rs. date all the time." ever to be printed on a recent media.
times misquoted, but most of the iterr. sports page:
time she is simply omitted from SOUND RIDICULOUS? Well,
the sports page. t.e I-mss here are a few examples of what SOME OF OUR sports writers
PERHAPS A different athe sports writers actually say "AND AS FOR that bit about obviously need to brush up on
proach to sports writing is the ,:::: about women athletes, when they women athletes frequenting only local sports programs. Through-
preach to sports writing is the "" ----"-' say anything at all. certain bars and having short out the state, there are numerous
answer. For instance, would you hair..." Here the writer was women's basketball, softball and
like to see a sports story read: "Teammate Pete Pansy proved "What's all this with women referring to a particular team, volleyball teams that have
"Johnny Chair, the handsome he still has the stuff it takes to be playing intercollegiate basketball leaving all other women's teams participated in state, regional and
Blue's catcher, led his team to its an outstanding defensive player ... running up and down the court open to ridicule. national tournaments. For the
sweating in a most unfeminine past 10 years, Florida has had at
Sway; playing a game that God and Attitudes towards the woman least one, sometimes as many as
inventor obviously meant for athlete must change; she should four teams in the Women's
men?" Now really, what did God be considered a worthwhile National Slow Pitch Softball
have to do with it? element in our society. Tournaments.
One method used by sports While team sports have the Not only have these teams
writers to distract the reader and most to offer women athletes, it is entered this tournament, a
perpetuate the concept that in this area that the participants Florida team has been ranked in
women are not capable athletes is receive the most ridicule. Tennis, the top five each year, with Miami
the use of theatrical adjectives. golf, gymnastics and swimming winning the number one position
have become acceptable areas for in 1969 and Ft. Lauderdale
"THE CUTE LITTLE shortstop women competitors, but softball, coming in first place in 1971
made a graceful throw to first and soccer and basketball are
the base runner showed her considered off limits to "ladies."
displeasure in a typical feminine
way." THE WOMEN ATHLETES THE JACKSONVILLE Rebels
who manage to achieve success women's softball team has been
Another practice which serves have to overcome constant organized for over 10 years and
as a deviation is the concept that ridicule and discrimination. They space will not allow the listing of
females are "sex objects" -- are often discouraged and receive all its awards. Yet, a team with
TeB-- "From the sidelines she was just little recognition for their such an impressive record is far
S another cute blonde with great dedication and talent. from being a household word in
les legs,...". this city.
Recent years have brought
Here's a prime example of the about some improvements, yet If sports writers have nothing
limits a sports writer will go to: newspapers, magazines, and fair to report about women, then
television continue to exhibit their it is best to leave them out of the
"IT'S JUST ANOTHER situa- prejudices by offering little if any news. Many of the people have
tion where the 'weaker sex' has coverage of women's athletic worked hard to develop a sports
chauvinistically invaded the events. Should an event of real program for women, and the
sanctity of man's domain and value enter the media, there is sports writers can destroy
masculinity has once again been often limited coverage and little progress of these sincere people
raped of its dignity." recognition to individual players, who believe that recreation, in all
Women are not described areas, should be offered to
Louis Levy, Coordinator of Cooperative Education, and Harry When a male writer runs out of according to their true abilities as everyone.
Smith, UNF Director of Veterans Affairs visit Jacksonville Naval
complex.


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