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Cast your 'vote'for day care -on p. 5











Vol. I, No. 4 University of North Florida Jacksonville, Florida Wednesday, February 20, 1974




Assembly tackles problems

BY BARBARA WALTERS nominations for committees made members on how the Task Force community within the university. Because some members of the
The fourth meeting of the and the committees formed and on Human Relations is dealing It is not a sounding board but a Assembly believed that inequities
General Assembly for the 1973-74 functioning, the assembly was with problems on campus. He means of trying to get people to in grading practices exist among
year was by far the most to take up some of the problems stressed how this task force, talk out their problems and arrive the three colleges, an alternate
interesting and showed the most confronting the university, headed by Dr. William King, at satisfactory solutions, suggestion was made and
evident accomplishment of any so Dr. Lassiter opened the assistant professor of chemistry, THE MAIN DISCUSSION discussed that there should be a
far this year. With all the meeting with a report to the is attempting to bring a sense of centered around a proposal by the percentage taken from each
Academic Standards committee college rather than the overall
that would change the wording of graduating class. A motion to
the 1974-75 catalog concerning amend the proposal to achieve
"Honors." As it presently this system of selection did not
stands, students who graduate in pass. After considerable discus-
the top 15 per cent of the sion the original motion--chang-
graduating class qualify for ing the method of selection to
degrees with "distinction" and GPA rather than percentage --
those in the top five per cent with did pass.
"Highest distinction" provided A PROPOSAL for the sale of
their GPA is at least 3.5. The new beer on campus also came under
Proposal would change the discussion. Although most mem-
u method of selection to GPA only-- bers seemed to be in favor of
"distinction" for 3.5 or higher allowing the sale, it was moved to
and "highest distinction" for 3.75 amend the proposal to restrict
and above.
W see page 4

8 events top Black Week

I_ l BY JOYCE JOHNSON meant in community affairs.
Blacks today are only in the
Eight major events highlighted periphery of business in Jackson-
last week's successful second ville. he said. Those who have
., i pc annual Black History Week at succeeded have done so by
c a UNF. moving north; he gave New York
and Washington. D.C., as areas
Sponsored by the Black Student where many had progressed.
Union. the week included
speeches by Mr. Clanzel T. A panel discussion followed his
Ms. John D. Chandler presents check to Dr. Gerson Yessin, [left] chairman of the Fine Arts Department and Brown, executive director of the talk, with four participants: Mr.
UNF President Thomas G. Carpenter, Iright] for the Julliette Chandler Scholarship Fund. Story on page 14. Jacksonville Urban League and Hugh Wilson, head of the Human
Joe Waller of the African Peoples Relations Comittee: Mr. Toi
Socialist Party; a concert by the Wagner, TV journalist: Dr.
University of Florida's Lee Bailey Arnett Girardeau. local dentist;
SGospel Choir; dances and music and Mr. Ike James.
by the Players of the Afro-Ameri- THE LEE BAILEY Gospel
Start displays by Harold Donald formed Thursday noon in the
BY JOYCE JOHNSON her studies were more important. university." former player of the United States amphitheater. They sang rock,
When Cynthia Valentine won a "My ambition is to become an "Dedication as a singer Olympic Team; Chesseko Kon- gospel and instrumental numbers
singing role in "Drumbeats," a opera singer." she said. "It takes involves getting the proper rest, dowe. an African artist, and as well as soul music and drew a
musical, she turned it down. a lot of work and dedication. My eight hours of sleep, no less and several films shown three days good crowd with their highly-
The University of North Florida having an above average the habit of eating the proper during the week. appreciated renditions. One
music education major auditioned dedication to my intended foods at all meals. It is necessary highlight was their gospel version
in Jacobs Island, Ga. for the role profession prevents my participa- also to be physically fit and BROWN DISCUSSED the of "An African Prayer."
in March, 1972, but she decided tion in other activities at the practice daily at least one or two continuous lack of Black involve- see page 9
,Big- M 1 e hours. Opera singers sing in
several different languages and E .I ... .j, -''
'B g M ve starts next week, this makes it necessary for me to .l ... : :.i:;.
know these languages which
The long-awaited move into the Building 9. housing the involves continuous studying," A universitwi without foreign languages?.... .,.............,....,p.
Phase 11 buildings should begin long-awaited 175-seat assembly the senior said. Marty sees tourism gowwg ...... ........... ..............,.. p:
very soon. according to Eugene room, classrooms, lounges and VALENTINE BELIEVES a 'Center' rules for beauty queens ....................................p,3
Harrie. university physical plan- game rooms, is expected to be social gap exists as a result of this Barrs boosts'ham' radio .................... ....................,...... p.4
ning consultant. It is expected ready about March 15. non-participation. She wants the Surveyshows 50% wodd use day care teter ..,.----......:.; .... :,.p$i
that the second floor of building The addition to the library is support of other students and They re playing coinputer games .s.. ..p. ......... .....p.6.....m...~L:;ip.
8 will have achieved "condi- scheduled for April 15, followed emphasizes that her isolation is UNP students'affecting ent. ..1.. ......,..........................p.7
tional occupancy." The first floor by building 10, which will be due to her studies not the desire Student Activitiesexpandgtg hortions ... : ...........:,,........ .,.p.:;t..:*
of this building will take a little mainly a classroom building but to be separated from others. Black History Weekactivities varied ..........,............ .9
longer to be ready for the big will also house the Student Health Cynthia began singing at the The photo side of Black history Wee :.k'.............,..........pp.1 I:
move -- probably late February or service and several other age of five through participation What's radical enotmies? .................. ,. .......... .r
early March. departments, which is scheduled in the church. She attributes her Butler Blvd.beiigextended ..... ..... ............. .......... i
The snack bar, which will also for occupancy on May 15. inspiration to her grandmother Beholdtheplatformshoef ,, ..t. ............. ..... .............. pg4
be located in building 8 and which As most of our readers know. and numerous compliments from Brown. Yessin set beeflit concert ..... ................................5...pI$
will accommodate some 140 these dates are considerably later others. The arte in review ........... ............. ,.................. pi'
persons, probably will not open than those originally projected for Classic and football .............. ...:..,,.......:.... .. .. .. .;p.20"
until a slightly later date. see page 4 see page 14


Spring quarter course list starts on page 17




Pae 2-Februay 20. 1974-THE HALYARD




THE HflaYflRD



Psychological segregation
The University of North Florida has just, celebrated Black History 0 PROG'' q
Week. One major question should be asked: Why do we have toM 9 R 6 'vz
dedicate one week in fifty-two as "Black" History Week?
Black History Week insinuates a difference or inequality, in spite of
the Constitution, Civil Rights amendments and court decisions to the
contrary.
AS long as Back Americans are looked upon as different, Black
History Week may be a necessity. Rather than using Black History
Week as a time to rally Black Americans, perhaps it should be
dedicated as a time to educate non-Black Americans to the
contributions of Black men and women.

A MOiE REALISIC APPROACH would be to re-evalvate and
redesign American history to include people other than Booker T.
Washington, George W. Carver, Frederick Douglass and Nat Turner.
For example, how many people know of Ralph Bunche, who won the
1950 Nobel peace prize for mediating the Arab-Israeli truce in 1949?

And what about Carl T. Rowan, who served as U.S. ambassador to
Finland and as director of the U.S. Information Agency in the early
'60's before becoming a noted newspaperman?

It should be pointed out that mhe Duval County school system has by Randy Taylor
hbanoed: this year's observance of Black History Week in the public n g

-^ UNF will not be bilingual
SUCH AN ATTITUDE seems to come straight from the 1870's rather
than from the 1970's. The only thing that could be worse than feeling BY DORIS MANUKIAN you are doing. If this young man you. I know, for I have been in
the necessity to observe a Black History week would be the prohibition had shown the slightest interest this position.
of future observances. A tiny article in the "Halyard" or willingness to learn the IT IS A PITY that Jacksonville's
issue of Jan. 23, stating that the language or customs of the other only state university cannot come
curriculum committee said no to country, he surely would have up with the funds to offer at least
I seems that any week dedicated to only one racial group could, if the proposed Spanish program at met with much approval and one foreign language program,
misdirected, help to perpetuate racial tension through a psychological UNF, brought much disappoint- offers of help, especially since the state is the
segregation. There should be no "Black" history or SWhite" Histoe y UNF, brought much disappoint- offers of help. especially since the state is the
segregation. There should be no "Black" history or "White" History, ment to me and perhaps to others I had no intentions of becoming employer which employs more
but instead a truly "American" History with appropriate emphasis on who are planning to eterh students with foreign language
all areas of the subject. who are planning to enter a Spanish major, but I could have students with foreign language
STEVE EDWARDS Jacksonville's newest university, used some background in that training than private schools or
S., .... .- Oly two weeks earlier, in an languaggeiad Spapish, iteragtre. companies.
.. i /. interview with )Dr. Gary L Wouldn't it be helpful to have And since there are no'other
ft ,Harmon,... chairman .of' the some knowledg.of how itfeels to languages taught at UNFP, why
department of language and struggle to make yourself not rename the department that
.---- ..-------._--------_- literature, I learned what the understood in another language? initiated a good proposal but was
proposed program would offer. You might even learn to laugh at turned down, to simply the
Now I am confronted with the yourself when others make fun of English department?
news of its defeat due to lack of
funds for faculty members.
I am fully aware that the
Day care needed here tremendous interest my fellow THE HALYARD
Americans displayed in foreign
The fact that a day care center is needed on this campus seems to be language since the launch of Published every other week by members of the Newspaper Workshop
obvious to most people; It is a need that could be met and one which Russia's Sputnik in 1957 is no class at the University of North Florida for all members of the UNF
would serve a vast portion of the student body. longer present, but that should community.
not stop a university from offering
A day care center could serve a dual purpose. Not only would it at least one foreign language in Opinions expressed in this newspaper are not necessarily the opinion
provide a vital service for many students but it could serve as a its curriculum. of the University or its officials.
teaching tool for the department of education. WHY IS IT THAT most
Americans do not consider it a STAFF
Facilities could be made available. Large spacious play areas are necessity to bother with learning U
already here. Talent and know-how abounds on this campus and the the language of another nation News Edler ....................................
most important factor, the need, manifests itself daily. Some parents and educators feel Assistant News Editors .............Sylvia O'Dell, Barbara Walters
that great numbers of or own -Reporters ........Stan Bellows, Ricky Crews, Thelma Cribbs,
children cannot read and write Kyla Fowler, Kathy Merrey, Buzz Mills, Harold Morgan,
THIS IS A community college. The basic.precept that UNF was proper English and our priorities, Jeanie Roycraft, Roger Sallas, Lynne Welch, Ellyn Davenport
founded on is one of community service. W could do just that. We therefore, should be shifted t the Fe e Edor .................................................... JudiBenson
could make it possible for many people to attend college, a place for homefront. Assistant Feature Editor ............... .............Carolyn Kenvon
their children to be taken care of and exposed to a positive learning This is true. But, what bgp Feature Writers and Columists .......... Luther Anthony, Shirley 1
experience. Surely, ths need cannot be ignored. when little Joe grows up and Corbin, Mary Kellet, Lynn Woodbridge, Steve Rogers
decides to go overseas or get ajob EdSriIl Page Editr ......................................Dale Edelberg
More and more people of all ages are concerned about life on this in an area where there is a Editorial Writers ... Steve Edwards, Gary Lindley, Michael
earth-about ecology. What better place to begin than on our campus conglomeration of migrant Milkey.
wi t the most precious of all our natural resources, our children, and workers? He winds up having a Columnists ...................... ... .Linda Center, Larry Spisak.
the quality of their early learning experiences? communication problem. Art/Ph Edtor ............. ...... .........................Don Renshaw
Recently I met the son of a otorhers........................Mike Milkey, Doris Manukian
next-door neighbor who had come PdMta MM .................r....................Mary Brumbaugh
We have been led to believe that everything must be measured in home from Europe to spend Production staff ......................Patty Petricci, Mary Merritt
scientific terms and in terms of productivity. The fallacy in this Christmas with his family. He ae F .............................Jonel Aller
approach is that there is no way to measure the worth of a human was a 25-year old lieutenant, a Makeup Staff.......Sharon McConne*, Joyce Johnson,
being. graduate of West Point Miry Makeup Staff .......... Sharon McConnell, Joyce Johnson,
Academy. Knowing that he had Brenda Baldwin, George White, Barry York, Rusty McIntyre,
WE HAVE available to us on this campus a vast tool-box of already spent one-and-a-half Connie Hoffman, Dennis Devoe
WE H bl.e haon thi s palpable to e of years overseas and was going Adv e.l r ...............................Lee Donaldson
educioproblem epertand e. make the a meaningful contribution to back to his post, I asked if he had Advertising Staff ...........................Bill Scuy, George Comer
omunity. The limitations are only the degree to which we limit learned any of the language of his Bi MaeMger ..............Ma........................Chuck Lightner
ourselves. host country. He merely replied Personel Ma r ........... ............................Ruth Skapyak
that he was too busy and had no Circulation Maner ......................Jim Alderman
time to do so. But at the same Circulation staff ... Gaynell Jernigan, Terry Mothershed.
An institution of learning can be no better than the people that time he complained that the
comprise it. Once a need is recognized it is up to each individual to natives weren't too friendly to ie Edtor and General Manager ... Assoc. Prof. W.J. Reach
participate in his or her own way to meet this need. American soldiers.
If you want day care on this campus, you have to become involved. WHY SHOULD THEY BEt Editorial offices located at The University of North Florida, St. John's
You can start by filling out the questionnaire on page 5 of this issue. What had he done to earn their Bluff Road South, P.O. Box 17074, Jacksonville, Florida 32216.
CAROLYN KENYON esteem? So much in life depends Telephone: (904) 646-2817.
P*__ e _p _ _, o n w h at effo rt yo u p ut in to w h at
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THE HALYARD-February 20, 1974-Page 3


Guest column Larry i i

Tourism will grow? By Spisak Litter guesses
BY MARTIN WEITSEN And while I am at it, let me
stick my neck out again. I think :-::......:;:::^ :::
Bookstore Manaer the 1974-75 winter tourist season Some weeks ago I predicted Ford will go on record as saying prices will not materialize and
Bookstore Manager will surpass all records in Florida. that a particular pregnant beagle, that he never trusted the man supermarkets and gas stations
Because I think people are going belonging to a good friend, would anyway, will go on a "by appointment
"Lets all think imistically! to take a keen new interest in deliver a litter of exactly seven 3. The Reverend Karl Petzelt of only" basis.
"Let's all think optimistically their solar system as a source of offspring: more precisely, five San Francisco will be called upon 8. CONGRESS WILL pass the
fuel and the idea of standing females and two males. to exorcize a demon housed Equal Rights Amendment into
The fuel shortage has started to under "ole Sol" as opposed to Last Sunday, as fate would within the bench of the Supreme law in their next session. Upon
hurt a number of businesses in sitting in a 68 degree apartment have it the litter arrived and it did Court. signing the new law the President
Florida, particularly those asso- in Buffalo is going to take on a consist of exactly seven offspring. 4. U.C.L.A. will be upset this year will issue a prepared statement in
ciatedwith tourism and transpor- great deal of new meaning. Despite the fact that onlthre in' the N.C.A.A. basketball which he will say that it has
station. What's more, the same concept is were females and four males I felt tournament by the most unlikely always been his belief that "any
going to spur the migration of my accuracy was sufficiently opponent ever: an all-white team. woman, given, the opportunity,
into spur the migration my accuracy was sufficiently 5. TO SOLVEBOTH the over-po- can become as ignorant as any
But while it is most serious in new residents to Florida and the established to expand further pu n ad OH the over-po- an" becom
these areas, I think Florida's long no-growth advocates can continue upon the newly acquired powers and food shortage man."
term economy is strong enough to to lay awake nights trying to of my "gift." problems of underdeveloped 9. A new Papal bull issued from
weather the problem without figure how they can fight the t i h nations, the State Department Rome will command all Catholics
anything approaching a serious problem. AS A RESULT, I hereby will adopt a policy of what it calls to deny the existence of puberty.
ion I yo are in present to the public my long "Swiftianism", after the famous 10. And finally, there will be an
depression. If you are in a awaited predictions for the
business that serves some basic ONE REASON I guess I am not awaited predions fo the author who over 200 years ago earthquake in South America, a
need of Florida that is not entirely worrying too much about the fuel coming year and, based upon my suggested that people should flood in India, a blizzard
dependent upon transporting problem in this nation is that it is previous record, about one-half of "eat their offspring." The in Montana, an eclipse of the
people or things across the really not a basic problem of our which should materialize overthe administration will also study this moon and a tornado in Kansas.
Florida-Georgia (or Alabama) economy, but one that was next twelve months. policy as a possible alternative to That completes my list of
line, it is my opinion that you will brought on by a combination of 1. Nixon will abdicate-oops...re- forced busing. eighteen predictions for the new
not-have to stand in a bread line. stupid politics and environmental sign...after it is learned that once, 6. Authoress Jacqueline Susann year. With my usual degree of
over reaction. And I've got to as a student, he checked out a will announce that she intends to accuracy at leastnine of them will
IT IS INEVITABLE, however, think that there are going to be copy of THE PRINCE from a start on a new book in about a prove to be correct, thus
that the fuel shortage will destroy some sound lessons of logic in the- public library and never returned year; just as soon as she finishes dispelling any doubts from the
a small percentage of businesses mess we have created. it. the one she's reading now. minds of those who do not take
in Florida. Mainly, these will be 2. President designate Gerald 7. The long expected decline in such things seriously.
businessmen who never thought The lesson I most hope we t............f....... ..........
Florida might have a rainy day. learn from the problem is that
Businessmen or institutions with there are some alternatives to the Lin da B e a u t
inadequate capital whose product automobile and that public .
or service is so narrow in scope transportation systems are not D
that it cannot be readily demeaning to individuals nor all
diversified always suffer first in that hard to create.
an economic shake-up. A typical If nothing else, it certainlytt b. Dark blonde, in ringlets b. Collects big, sh
example of this problem might be If o ting else, it certainly Mothers, If your daughters are b Dar blonde, ringlets Collects big, shiny rocks
a drive-in church on Interstate 75. points up how wasteful we are in under seven, now is the time to c. Light blonde, long d. Collects little boys
this nation a nation that has six begin preparations for their rites d. Black, very straight or d. Keeps a scrapbook
Highway counts on Florida's percent of the world's population of passage-the beauty pageants. very curly entitled "The best of Ms."
major arteries into the state and uses one third of the globe's o hel idla for 4 What is her talent? 8. What career does she want
showed some rather dramatic energy. It will accomplish other To hel gue your a. Singing to pursue?
slow downs in early December, things that will please me your vestal darlings, read the. Interpretive dancing a. Show Biz and get married
and yet as Christmas neared the- personally, too, like having some following questionaire and ans- b. Interpretive dancing a. Show Biz and get married
and yet as Christmas neared th en buildings built tli having some wereach question truthfully c. Baton twirling b. Secretary or nurse and
roads became packed with last idows in them and preventing 1. How old is your daughter? d. Giving recitations get married
cominute helltourists whnofuel,o bustoutdecided, wdowthe oil companies from buyeventing a. Four 5.. What is her opinion of Bert c. Teach baton twirling to
comehell frozeorth no fuel to bus t of the companies from buyestate b. Four and a half Parks? the handicapped orphans of
the frozen North and/ow o s every pretty ecn'eofreal estate c.Pushingfive but amits to a. He's cute the world and get married
and come on down to funny ryfour and two-thirds b. He's adorable d. Become a professor
FloridaAND FINALY I h it will d. Six and proud of it c. He's witty, debonair, and If you answered mostly "a"
AND FlINALLY Thope it will .SWhatntesttidofes i h sings like a dream and "b" for all eight questions,
TOURISTS ARE LIKE invest- give all of us a little more time in 2. What contest titlesdoes she sings like doesn't know his your daughter all eight questions,ner-up
ors; they react negatively to the powerizedatmospherewe live currently hold? d. She doesn't know his your daughter has runner-up
ors; they react negatively to he powerized atmosphere we live tLieM Hdrant name but recognizes his potential, but that's all you can
uncertainty, but there is always a in. I guess at least 20-million a. itt l i i t teeth o h p for unless you intensify her
healthy percentage of people in people in this country drive to (or similar title) '.teeth hope for unless you intensify her
this county who are willing to wk alone. Probably vemost of b. Little Miss Millard A. 6. How does she look in a training now. You mustn't wait a
tae a country who are willing those haven't half read their Quagmire High School swimming suit? day longer or she ill begin
morning paper, and when many Mascot (or similar title) a. Charming thinking for herself.

And I predict that when the get to work they don't have the c. Titles too numerous to c. Lkvable l Lucky you if most of youhave
American people know where chance to discuss the events of mention Welsh budding Racqu been an blessed with winner.u have
they stand as far as fuel supplies, this world with others. Think d. Entered a fewcontests for h es e e s we awer
when they know how much they what, collectively, five more the money but did not place d.She doesn't wear one If "d's" were your answers,
are going to get or be ablemuch they minutes of reading time and five 3. What is her hair color and 7. What are her hobbies? too bad. And better luck in the
are going to get or be able to mwites oureading time and fivt e t e? is a. Collects play kitchen future. Maybe your next one will
depend on. whatever loss Florida more minutes of conversation YP n appliances be a girl.
suffers in tourism will start to with others could mean to thea. Dark, in soft waves appances
diminish rapidly. enlightenment of all of us.

_The Halyard Invites contri- mot interest to HALYARD Letters to the editor
bumlons from all UNF personnel readers. THE HALYARD re- extra outside sources for
for this "Guest Column." servesthe right toedit, revise, or Crowd appreciated Keep Venture Courses supplemental readings, etc.
Students, faculty, career person- reject any copy. PLEASE keep VENTURE!
l, staff -- all are elile to Dear Editor: Dear Editor: Sincerely,
contribute. The topic may be of Deadline for contrilmtions for We would like to take: this :I have just read an article by a MARY R. HEAD,
your choosing, but must be the "Guest Columnm" for the next opportunity to thank our student in regard to Venture Charter Student
typewritten, douMe-spaced. Ma- Issue is: colleagues, students and friends Studies printed in the Halyard. I
trial that is libelous, or that is = TUESDAY, February 26 for your enthusiastic support of realize his right to "freedom of Courses worthwhile
guilty of harassment, inumendo, the UNF-FJC "Artist in the speech." However, as a student
half-truth or poor taste will not be Send or bring the copy to THE Community" concert series. graduating from this school next Dear Editor:
accepted. Preference will be HALYARD office -- Room 1361 Because of the overflow crowd month, I cannot sit quietly by and
given those who have not Bldg. 3. If yoa send the column, many of you were turned away at "''let the other side of this coin" The fall quarter was my first as
previously appeed as a "Guest dclde your nane, home or the door and were unable to hear not be seen. a graduate student in the Masters
Columnist" and those subjects business address andl telephone the magnificent concert by the .1I have gained invaluable of Education program. I am
which are deemed to have the lamber for verification. Stradivari Quartet last Tuesday insight into myself in Nas 971 impressed with the overall
evening. We apologize for the (BioEthics) as well as problems efficiency of the university,
W est dd De inconvenience. However, we are facing our society today and in the' registration included. But more
W to address em s overjoyed to know that so many future. 1 feel very strongly about important, I found my courses to
people recognize and support our each '-'Venture" I have exper- be extremely worthwhile I have
efforts. ienced here -- Political Science, attended so many classes wherein
Mr. Roger West, ex-chairman currently engaged in legal action Although the Stradivari concert Psychology, Arts and Crafts and the professors required rote
of the Civil Service Board, will be cannot be recaptured, may We Ceramics. I feel I am better memory, followed by regurgita-
presthe Civil Service Board during the of the boardregain his position as chairman humbly suggest-that you attend prepared to live in our society tion- for tests. But here at UNF, I
practivitiesent next Tuesday. during the of the board. He contends addresshis our next concert which will be today because of my contact with found the emphasis to be on
activities period to address position as chairman was February 26. 1974. 8:15 p.m., at these departments. Never, at any analytical thought and concepts.
political repression and solutions ended"lafully a prematurely the Civic Auditorium Theatre. time, did I feel out of place or that This is a refreshing and welcome
to problems eof discrimination We will personally guarantee I did not receive the same change.
occurring in the Consolidated City Thc bearded, black haired all ticker holders a seat. Again, individual respect and attention
of Jackscnville. advocate feels the reason behind many many thanks for your as the majors in the respective Sincerely,
of Jacksonville. advocate feelforts the reason behind up support! Venture Studies received -- in BETTY MEERS
Sponsored b the Democrat e toars' efforts to shut him up Gratefully ours fact, there were times I can recall Student
club ond by the Democrat is dubef to the items' he ringstion WILLIAM BROWN Instructors making special efforts
club on capus. West is before the boards attention Associate Professor to fill in the "lag" by supplying see page 4
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Page 4-February 20, 1974-THE HAtYARD
Amateur radio operators sought A
"Ha Assembly is productive

Hams tune into UNF from page
meeting, to be held Feb. 20.
BY BARBARA WAITERS devastating hurricanes, when all Any UNF student who might be
BY BARBARA WALTERS regular forms of communication terested in learning more about consumption to the boathouse GENERAL AS
"Amateur radio is the king of have been cut off, the only form of amateur radio should contact the area. The amendment to the ONLY TWO GENERAL AS-
Amateur radio is B the ng of communication has been Student Activities Office. Barrs proposal was not passed, SEMBLY meetings have been
hobbies," says Burton K.Barrs amateur radio stresses that students should not however, and the original scheduled for this quarter. t was
student, who has spent 20 years During the terrible earthquake be deterred by what might appear proposal passed as it was written, hoped that the small auditorium
in this very interesting field and communication was disrupted, a the equipment. With a little brought before the assembly in timefor the next meeting, but
who hopes to start an Amateur should see Dr. Joseph Perrys hHol
o pesto sr n te ship just off-shore with a "ham" training in code, theory and the should see Dr. Joseph Perry, Mr. Gne Harrie, campus
Radio Operators club on the UNF aboard was able to relay rules and regulations of broad- chairman of the steering planner, does not expect the
campus, messages. Amateur radio opera- casting, a person couldbe committee, to have them placed chairs to be installed until
Barrs generated interest tors were also the first and for licensed in the novice class in on the agenda. Perry urges mid-April. Consequently, the
throughout the campus by his some time the only means of about four to six weeks. that any suggestions be submit- next General Assembly meeting
on-the-air broadcasting on Feb. 4 ted in time for consideration at will be held Feb. 28 at
and rodm t main ance communicating the tragic conse- THE EQUIPMENT TO get the next steering committee Sandalwood School.
reezeway. Because of unusually e uences of the Nicaragua started can be simple and
good weather conditions on those earthquake. relatively inexpensive. Barrs
days, he was able to communicate Locally, when a microwave started by using a friend's
with the New England states and telephone tower was down near equipment, then progressed to a com plete?
Great Lakes areas, even though Tallahassee, the only communica- two-tube transmitter. Both trans- h ase
the 40-meter band (7 to 7.2 tion in the direction of mitters and receivers can be-
megacycles), would normally not Jacksonville was by amateur purchased quite reasonably and
have reached further than the radio. can be built with even less
Carolinas. BARRS HAS NEVER had expense. trn page 1
occasion to communicate a occupancy. Much of the delay has be in use.
ALTHOUGH HE IS now message of such momentous An interesting future is in store been due to the energy crisis, When Phase I was completed
studying accounting at UNF, impact, but he has been of the "ham" radio operator. An which has hit the building there were five conference rooms.
Barrs has spent many years in instrumental in effecting com- amateur radio satellite is orbiting This fall two of these were turned
various phases of the field of munication between persons the earth at present, and plans industry in many ways, especially into faculty offices and now three
electronics. During his 20 years in trying to get emergency mess- are underway through NASA to in creating a critical shortage of
amateur radio he has conversed ages to others. put a repeater on the moon with aluminum. Even receipt of the conference rooms are all that
with 40 different countries and Several years ago when the the next moon launch. This will chairs for the assembly room has remain for, the many meetings
has received an award for having only communication with Ameri- open very reliable world-wide been delayed because the nylon and conferences on campus.
had contact with all six of the cans at Guantanamo Bay was by communications at relatively low upholstery is a bi-product of Phase II will add 11 new
recognized continents. He has "ham" radio, he relayed power. petroleum. conference rooms.
talked to persons in 48 states, and messages from there to families From chatting in a "net" (a
will receive another award after and friends in the U.S. One time group of amateurs who gather on In the meantime both class- The next few months should be
he has made contact with all 50. hewas able to establish contact a certain frequency at a given rooms and conference rooms are busy ones. Many offices--whole
Though amateur radio is a between a young man and his time) to establishing a contact on at their fullest possible utiliza- departments in fact -- will move
fascinating hobby for Barrs and fiancee when the man's plane had the other side of the globe, the tion. Classrooms are in use .at bodily into new quarters. Phase
thousands of others, it actually to turn back to Guantanamo, range of variety in amateur radio 95% capacity, a figure almost II, like Phase I, will be behind us
exists primarily as a source of leaving his anxious fiancee operating is immense. No wonder unheard-of on any campus. By and we will be moving into the
emergency communication for the waiting at the Jacksonville Barrs calls it "the king of the end of this quarter all five next period for this fast-growing,
public. During some of the airport. hobbies." relocatables are also expected to ever-expanding university..



Faculty notes


SBA final seminar at The session entitled, "Financ- to secure proper financing also DR. DELRIS M. SAUNDERS, DR. S.K. KUTHIALA, assist-
ing Business Needs," was held was given. associate professor of education, ant professor of sociology, has
conducted by White Thursday, Feb. 14 in the has been appointed- to the Board published in the recent issue of
Prudential Auditorium. Sponsored jointly by the of Managers for the Johnson "Demography," a professional
Dr. Richard E. White, UNF Dr. White explained long and Jacksonville Area Chamber of Branch Young Men's Christian journal of population experts, a
assistant professor of financial short-term financing and financial Commerce, the Small Business Association. She is also serving as research article on the "Critical
management, conducted the sources. He also discussed Administration, the University of co-chairman for the 1974 Level of Mortality for Natuality
fourth and final session in a problems small business encoun- North Florida, and Jacksonville Membership Drive. Decline: A Counter Proposal in
series of seminars designed to ter in obtaining loans. Advice on University, the seminars were the Theory of Demographic
help Jacksonville area small how to improve business open to interested persons DR. PETER KRANZ, assistant the Theory of Demographic
businessmen, management techniques in order without charge. professor of psychology, has Transition. An earlier version of
co-authored with Dr. Renee this paper was presented at the
International Union for the
Ostler of the University of Interiftional Union for the
Wisconsin, an article entitled Scientific Study of Population,
Letters to t e "Weekly Home Evenings: An which held its third meeting in
Approach to Family Cohesive- Brussels, Belgium, in the
ness," which appeared in the summer of 1973.
Fall, 1973 issue of "Family
from page 3 essential to our everyday life caused by unnecessary tree Perspective." DR. JOSEPH M. PERRY,
whether we are inside or outside cutting. ,. chairman of the department of
of our home. The University of' DR. WILLIAM MERWIN, -economics, was once again a
Save our trees North .Florida, through a wide. Several businesses have saved association professor of element- guest on TV 7's "Feedback"
investment plan, has saved many their trees, schools have saved or ary and secondary education, is program, appearing on Tuesday,
Dear Editor: of its trees from unnecessary are in the process of saving the author of an article, January 29. He discussed the
Several weeks ago P6st-News- destruction due to good planning. c money to buy some trees, and all "Competency-Based Modules for state of the economy, the energy
week television station WJX Unfortunately, around the city age groups for years throughout In-Service Education," which crisis, and monetary problems,
channel four Piresented an wasteful tree cutting continues this city personally have earned appeared in the January 1974 and also fielded questions from
editorial dealing with the and I fear that this process is and planted trees so we might all issue of "Education Leadership." viewers.
importance for the city of increasing daily. It is a fact that enjoy them.
Jacksonville to establish a city some trees, or groups of trees We cannot blame any special Series alcoholism
ordinance saving :our trees. I present some serious problems if person or group for we are all at er es on alco ols
agree with this editorial a they are saved, but through fault indirectly and directly. I feel
hundred percent, proper planning I feel that these then that we need a city ordinance
Trees benefit .the world in problems can be resolved. Other to protect our trees or we shall all A workshop for alcoholic Jacksonville in handling alco-
several ways, they provideuswithclean air,ct Jacksonville have,rin the pasty or suffer from poor planning again rehabilitation personnel in busi- holics. The series will consist of
and give us sha~le. Trees are present, seen the problems" StAdn ness, governmental, or charitable 14 two-hour sessions held on
and gie us sh Trees are present, seen the problems Stnt organizations will be sponsored Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6
by the 'University of North Florida to 8 p.m. All sessions will be held
Division of Continuing Education. on the UNF campus.
THE HALYARD Invites all whose name appears umlnder it. No includes harassment, Innuendo, .
members of the NF "family" to anonymous letters will be half-truth or is in poor taste, will The seven-week workshop,
contribute Lettera to the Editor printed; THE HALYARD will, not be accepted. Preference wl entitled "The Various Phases of Registration fee for the
: for Its issues. A letters must be upon request, withhold the name be given those who have not Counseling in Alcoholism," was workshop is $15, payable by
: typewritten, doeible-spaced and of an Individual from print after previously had a letter published, scheduled to begin yesterday, check to the Division of
signed; name,- address and authenticating the letter with that THE HALYARD reserves the Continuing Education. Checks
telephone number should also be individual. Letters should not be right to edit letters 'vlch are Supported by the Bureau of may be mailed not later than Feb.
appended so that the letter may over one page in length. U. nduly long, but will not print Alcohol Rehabilitation of the nta 15 to the division at UNF, P.O.
beauthenticated.Noletter will be such letters until the authorhas Florida Division of Mental Box 17074, Jacksonville, Fla.
printed without assurhing that it been apprised of the editing and Health, the workshop series will 32216. Additional information on
has been writtenby the individual Material that is libelous or approves. consider various current topics in the program may be obtained by
Shalcoholic rehabilitation, including writing the division of continuing
P* yDed",Dnseo ut S y-k :. recent innovations by the city of education or calling 646-2700.
Pgn. makeup by Dale Edolbog, DieoiDvoe., Ruth Skupyak.





THE HALYARD-February 20, 1974-Page 5



Day care possibilities explored



BY JUDI BENSON and a host of other courses. The / ,-
program is not limited to
Fifty of the 100 students education majors but can also be
questioned at the University of used for psychology, sociology
north Florida (UNF) have and home economics majors.
indicated they would use a day
are center if there was one
available on campus.
lIf each of the fifty who THE CHILDREN AT the center
Answered this brief survey had range in age from three to five.
only one child there would be fifty Many children are from the l
children in the day care surrounding community and all
center-ample reason for the start children are accepted on a first
of such a facility. come, first serve basis. The only
Thirty-six students indicated requirements are age (3-5) and a
they would use the center from 8 health certificate from a doctor
a.m. to 5 p.m. and would be able showing that the child has had the
Ito take more courses and attend necessary immunizations.
.summer quarter, when regular
schools are closed. There are 32 children at FJC
SFourteen of the students split into two rooms according to
indicated a preference for using age and ability. The three-year-
the center between the hours of olds and young four-year-olds are s
6 p.m. and 10 p.m. Many wrote in one room and the older fours
Son the questionnaire that the hours and fives are in another room Florid J or Colege day cae center staff worker shares learig experience with children of the center.
would depend on the courses The two groups do get together in staf photo by Don Renshaw
offered each quarter. the morning for the free play with sand for the children to play requirements vary with the age of be an idea of how many children
period but are split up due to a in. the child and spacing is slightly would be using the center, what
different time schedule forlunch different for nighttime care. ages and what hours. As stated
THE GENERAL FEELING by and nap time as well .as special Although the FJC facility is earlier, this information also will
faculty as well as students with work projects. ideal for the needs of its students, IF PARENTS ARE willing to affect the standards that must be
young children was that the a different kind of program would share the responsibility of caring met.
center is needed and would be be required for UNF. First of all, for the children on a shift basis
used on a regular basis for both "We found that the younger the ages of the children, as some of the problems could be Lutz is optimistic and enthusi-
daytime and nighttime. Some group was falling asleep in their indicated on the questionnaire, are eliminated and it would also give astic about the efforts at UNF to
students even expressed concern plates if we waited until noon to more diverse and the hours would the parent a chance to observe start a center and has offered to
at being able to attend summer feed them and the older group have to include nighttime. FJC's and work with their child as well aid in any way necessary. "You
classes, required a later nap period," center opens at 7:15 and doses at as other children of varying ages. are essentially as isolated as we
stated Ms. Lutz. 5 p.m. Staffing could be a' Equipment can be a large are and I feel the need for a
"If there is not a center here by problem for a new center but Lutz expense but as Lutz pointed out, center is great. Children should
summer I simply won't be able to THE MEALS ARE served suggests trying a parent co-op there are ways to get around the have a program that not only
attend classes. My son's school family style with one staff like the one at Florida State huge cost., Just the basics could gives them the education but also
will be closed and I simply cannot member at -each, small group University (FSU,) be obtained.in the beginning and gives them the opportunity to
afford to pay a sitter $1.00. an table. -Often children balk, at A would not necessarily have to be interact with other children.
hour," stated a UNF student. trying new vegetables or in eating "A PARENT COOP with a brand new. "Our equipment was Education and nutrition are not
vegetables at all. "If children director to supervise and help purchased four years ago, it was the only needs to be met but the
Twelve of the students that refuw to trya new food we often plan activities could' be very new and of sturdy construction. experience and guidance of
filled out the questionnaire are havethem prepare the particular effective. There 'is not another: Consequently, after much',i~ .ijp 1nterojtiqn with. their ;peea b.
either separated or divorced and vegetable themselves. By cutting one like it in the Jacksonville area still looks new. However, many of essential. A diy care center
have no one to rely on for up and boiling the squash and it could act as a sort of Parent the staff, having worked in should be an extension of the
baby-sitting in the evenings. Not children are often more tempted Training program as well as Headstart programs know -you ,family life at home." .
only would a day care center here to try it, And sometimes they student training and sitting can make, do with crates. But you The initial funding foi the
on campus aid the sitting problem even like it," stated Lutz. service," suggested Lutz. cannot cut corners to make a center at FJC was a Federal
but would also offer the Many standards were pointed profit, in"fact you cannot hope to funding but the budget now is
one-parent child or the only child out by Ms. Lutz, not..as, a make a profit in this business. It drawn from the Home Economics
an opportunity for interaction A great deal of thought and discouraging factor but to prevent is expensive to give children a hot Department.
with other children and a planning has gone into the facility any pitfalls we might be meal every day but nutrition is
well-rounded learning exper- at FJC. It opened four years ago overlooking. If children are to be more. important than 'saving
ience. and the space used was originally in the center over four hours we money', explained Ltz.THERE A MANY alterna
designed for a course in Auto will have to meet the minimum ties open to UNF and it is a
Mechanics. The course was standard requirements recom- DR. CARPENT'ER indicated project that should not be
"My daughter is so tired of just moved to the downtown area and mended by the Division of Family that the funding is not the dropped -amongst the shuffle of
having me for a playmate but I the day care took over the two Services. There would have to be greatest drawback in starting -a papers. It is a possibility but
'just can't seem to find any sort of rooms and outside work area 25 sq. ft. per child indoors and 40 day care center at UNF but before requires the support of all
set-up she likes that involves allowed. A concrete hole was filled sq. ft. per child outdoors. Staffing any plans can be made there must students who want to see it work.
children. It is so hard to be both
mother and father," stated
another UtNF student recently
divorced.

FLORIDA JUNIOR COL- Yes, I want day care here!
LEGE'S north campus has a
unique child care service which
doubles as a training center for If yOU want a Day Care Center at UNF please fill out this form. The
FJC students. Ms. Judith Lutz,by and to
director of the program, indicated information will be tallied by computer and presented to the
the many uses of a day care administration. This may be your last chance
center. "Not only can it aid the ministration. Ths may be your last chance!!
parents by providing a sitting
service but it-also gives students a NAME
chance to observe children in a ''.
day-to-day situation over an
extended period of time." NO. OF CHILDREN FOR DAY CARE-----------------

There is an observation booth
at the FJC facility whereby AGES OF CHILDREN----------------------
students can observe the children .
at play or in the various group m
projects. Earphones are available TI ME BLOCK FOR USE OF DAY CARE--------- ----
also that cover specific areas in
the two rooms.
By aving he HOME PHONE------------------------------------
By having the training
program on campus students in
education' are able to use the "Poffce
facility for such courses as: Music Please return this form IMMEDIATELY to Prof. Roach's office, Bdg.
for Young Children, Literature for 1, Rm. 2457. Slide it under the door, tack it on the board or mail it in
Young Children, Child Growth ut do RETURN NOW.
and Development, Child Psycho- t RETURN NOW .
logy., Fundamentals of Speech L
Page makeup by Mary Merritt, Ruty Mclntyre






Page 6-February 20, 1974-THE HALYARD
Mystery, frustration


COMPUTER GRME produced by computer
C O BY KIRK THOMPSON Uncle Charlie has been dead for
years. He was a really far-out
My one and only experience character who led a very
with a computer occurred last adventurous life. No one thought
spring, when I was given, a course he would die in bed, but he did --
r in AP-UPI style of writing. The with his secretary.
course is intended to be both fun
and educational, but I must
S\confess it left me as frightened as The machine, or Uncle Charlie
a long-hair in a barber shop. continued, "This is the first
e 3 chance I've had to contact anyone
A tS w a.t e on that side of the veil. How is
S** After sitting down at the everyone?"
machine, I followed 'the instruc-
lot00 tions for getting hooked up with
my unseen instructor. This At this point, I was as nervous
mysterious fellow introduced as a long-tailed cat in a room full
himself, began writing the rules of rocking chairs. "If you really
f- AP-UPI style, then asked are Uncle Charlie,' I typed, write
questions about the material something only you and I could
S\ covered. He expressed great possibly know about."
Pleasure when on the third
FP5s'-". ,- -'n I-ttempt I finally came up with a Uncle Charlie, or whoever,
r / rect answer. wrote, "Remember the time
When you were a kid and I caught
Se m started you at the Burlesque show? I
Suddenly, the machine started never fold on you."
(,) \ I writing asterisks, dollar signs,
S_ ... and question marks. "It must-
S ....... < \ ( .. .have blown a -tube," I thought. "Uncle Charlie," I replied, "I
S' But then intelligible words began never told on you when you
forming again. "Hello," said the switched from Old Golds to
Machine. "I am your Uncle Acapulco gold, either, but how
byRandy Taylor Charlie." did you get on the other end of
by andy Taylor this machine, and how did you
"THIS MUST be someone's know I'd be here?"
idea of a joke," I thought. My
"NEVER MIND THAT," said
Uncle Charlie. "I only have a.
.. g a minute before I have to give this
thing back. I know I was pretty
us y tl yu hw to g a t wild when I was alive, and was
BY LUTHER ANTHONY If you're really interested in are all explained to youbyyour usual tell you how to go about accused of not acting my age. But
So you're pretty good at keeping yor wit keen while friendly typewriter opponent. establishing an account; (2) the now I'm associating with a man
planning and executing strategy. waiting for your chance to build Free wisecracks, sarcastic re er mst know how to operate my own age Errol Flynn.
You feel that if only Coach Don that beter mousetrap, then go up minders and unasked for advice the terminals; the consultant can
Shula had used your play instead th Dat etter ourtitoen gte are offered on a voluntary basis. assist you with this task also; (3) Suddenly, the machine stopped
to the Data Information Center finally, the user must know how That was just like my Uncle
of the one he did, Miami could and try your luck at a computer finay t user us knowhow That was just like my Uncle
have gained that extra touch- nd tr you k a te UNLESS YOU are a very sharp, to pray because he'll need it. Charlie -- always doing the
eNeurotics shoqldjbe cautioned to .uripredictabl. 4 ojfew ,, minutes
down. All you heed is a chance, Th re a sies f es quick thinker most of your efforts Neuroticsk shoim he cautioned to unpredictablee. Aiew minutes
but no ode wll give t to you. available. Simple ames like will be in vain.- stick to simple ames like Bingo. later, the course of inuction
.Here is your golden opportun. B igo arnd m e cam let x es Th e p p t for Losin afootb game to orida began again. As I once again
ity to put y6ur strategy'to 6ork. I like Ches, Startlk and Footall using the computer terminals are: State or causing the space-ship stumbled upon a correct answer,
must warn you, however, that await yourcallenge.The les, (1) the user must have an Enterprise" to be destroyed the instructor exclaimed, "Excel-
your only reward will be aait your callene. Te rules established account containing might be a little too much for their lent. You win three lids or a
self-gratification. instructions, and player options funds; the consultant on duty can mental state six-pack." Uncle Charlie again?



Students assist small businesses
Officials of the Small Business of businesses is in the form of men. Later, as we identify other Ms. Nancy Johnson was helped to a significant degree.
Administration (SBA), University money saving suggestions. Salter problems, the students are better assigned last semester with other The other 25 per cent were those
of North Florida students and and Gilbert said students have able to work on them since they students to work with .an auto not receptive to the counseling.
course instructors have reported also helped; in locating suppliers, hopefully have established some parts store, a light manufacturing
that they are satisfied with the arranging rental and lease rapport with the businessmen," company and a grocery store. She "THIS COULD be for a viety
initial results of a program agreements where none existed, Salter said. said the course "is a valuable a va
designed for student to aid, developing record keeping sys- program." I think it ha a of reasons;the primary onebeing
counsel and assist small busi- teams and designing sales synergistic effect in that it a reluctance on the part of the
nesses. promotion programs. In class, the students discuss benefits the businessman as well businessman to provide neces-
thoe problem areas' theyA- as- as th0 student- They- have sary information to adequately
Sidentffiid, recommendations they something to contribute to each evaluate his operation, said
The course (ECB 580 for UNF and SBA plans call for have made to the business owners other," she said. Salter.
undergraduates and ECB 560 for students to counsel 50 small and how the recommendations
graduate students) is more business operate before the en are implemented. Salter mmentd that ne f Salter, Gilbert and seven other
commonly known as the Small of the spring quarter. By Marchl t h e
Business Institute (SBI) program. 8, students will have counseled 31 the main objectives students in their specialized areas
It began last September at the businessmen. "We try as much as possible to meant assistance to the participat- of interest. Gilbert said the
university as a result of a grant implement as much as we can. ing businessmen who need to students provide the manage-
from SBA. DURNG THE first week of the We don't want to be strictly a learn how to better manage their meant book knowledge with the
course, Salter discusses counsel- counselor that goes into a assets, backing or support of the
ing techniques and the nature of company and tells the owner what educators of the university. When
Dr. Lowell Salter, associate the problems of each business to to do," Salter said. "SOME PEOPLE think they you combine this k.iowledge and
professor of marketing, is the be counseled. Two students are can borrow a few thousand dollars backing with the:businessman
project director. Mr W.E. assigned to help a businessman ake a fortune, but it is not and his experience, you have the
Gilbert, assistant district director, The businesses are selected from Mr. Ronald Sneed, a graduate just getting the money that is ultimate of good business
is management assistance officer the filesof SBA, and consist of student taking the course, is important--it is being able to management said Gilbert.
for the Jacksonville SBA office. those firms having either direct presently assigned to a service manage it after you get it--and
UNF is among 150 educational loans or guaranteed loans from station operator and a grocery that is where problems arise," The success of SBI to date,
institutions in the nation that SBA. He said a team usually store owner. The businessmen said Salter. according to Gilbert, has resulted
presently have such a program. includes one student with a are "very cooperative," accord- in some students returning to the
background in accounting and/or ing to Sneed. "We have very Another objective of 'the businesses they worked with "to
finance and another with good rapport." programs having students relate see if they can be of assistance
marketing and/or management program
STUDENTS IN the College of background, what-they have learned in their even though they no longer are
Business can take the course after gron. "THEY WOULD like to learn courses to actual business affiliated with the program. We
receiving approval from Salter. more about the management situations. "It is reassuring to the also get requests from some of
They receive five hours of course STUDENTS VISIT the busi- aspects of business," Sneed said. students to know what they are the clients wanting them (the
credit and financial assistance -- nessman and after introducing "From my point of view it gives learning in their classes is students) to come back."
sufficient to cover their out of themselves Salter said, "they me a chance to put into practice relevant," Salter said. As a whole
pocket expenses, start counseling in the areas that the theories I learned' in the the results have been "very The program has been
the businessman is most classroom and I can also gain a successful." "tremendous" because the
interested in. "We do this more realistic view of the students are not only counselors,
To a large extent, the help primarily to gain acceptance of business environment itself from About 75 per cent of the "but they are doers," said
given by students to the operators the counselors by the business- working in it." businesses selected have been Gilbert.
Pm. mt.q.wm yMwa .umlaugh, Bamy York, Tofy Motheshaed.





THE HALYARD-February 20,1974-Page 7


Students experience housing problems

Recent of these are white, nine per AN INFLUX OF family rent freeze in effect the Ms. Delores Frazier, 1-'i
M.DAVENPORT cent are black and the rest transferred here by the military apartment owners took advantage Beverly Wallace and Ms. Peggy
classified as "other." (which moved 5,080 families to of this situation by raising the Thornton found it very difficult to
the three bases here when two rent by $3-$5 per month. find apartments. "We had to go
"The average student at UNF other naval bases shut down, and through getting papers notarized
is usually settled and more Westinghouse-Tennecco, along The student activities office and our parents permission since
e ta at te o r Students come from across the keeps on file a list of apartments the legal age was still 21.
universities" Marcus Casbeer nation and all over the world to growi in Jacksonvillehave and housing that has been Frazier and Wallace share an
director of record regstra UNF but according to Casbeer, heledto increase the enrollment checked out and found to be unfurnished two bedroom apart-
stated in a recent intregvew "they don't necessarily come to suitable for student living. "But meant for $165 which doesn't
stated in a recent interview.
Jacksonville to go to UNF. They we don't make leases or act as a include utilities, while Thornton
come here because it's here." rental office. We are a referral shares a three bedroom for $300 a
Thirty-one students hold citizen- It has also helped to raise the service,' Argento stated. Ano- month.
Ranging in age from 19 to 76 ships in 13 different countries, housing rents of the medium their file of people wanting
the average settles around 29.6 Not all of them are over here on priced apartments, according to roommates is also kept. "We try
for the 3,282 students enrolled for student visas, some are attending Mike Argento assistant student to find comparable roommates,"
the winter term. Eighty-nine per school on work visas, activities director. "Without a the assistant director added. It took four days for Ms. Jo
Butler to find an apartment
THE OFFICE HELPS students before she went to a realtor where
IkW but also assists the faculty and she found a two bedroom for only
Staff in finding appropriate $100 a month to share with Ms.
Car pools sOave gas and money housing. Because of the different Jan Scott.
C r po s s e ga an mo y kind of students here, who are
mostly married with families or MR. ALLEN MOORE, news
working, a different type of director of WAPE had no trouble
With soaring gasoline prices, going to and from campus daily, cents a day with the car-pool. housing outlet is needed, finding an apartment but moved
all students might consider fuel cost run as high as 80 cents a to Atlantic Beach to cut down on
traveling to and from the campus day. "At present there are no plans driving.
by the car-pool system now in All students interested in for dorms or housing because
operation at the University of participating in the car-pool individual companies can build
North Florida. The car-pool costs 15 cents should contact the Student and maintain apartments cheaper
each way for a distance up to 10 Activities Office at 646-2875 and than the state. It would be a According to Argento, "A
miles. Ten miles and over costs 20 inquire about the necessary misappropriation of funds for the decent one bedroom apartment
At present, 150 students are cents each way. And 15 miles and roceduresstate to do so, commented runs from $90-180 a month while
using the car-pool and roughly over costs 30 cents each way. The Argento. a two bedroom runs $120-$200 a
800 people have signed up to average person would save 40 month.
participate in it. Mr. Harold Lee, a sociology
major who is single found housing The average distance from
::: :rto be a problem. Living on the school based on the zip code
The advantages of the car-pool westside he has to commute 44 zones range from 16-20 miles
are obvious. The average car uses miles to school. "This is a one-way with some students
about 12 miles per gallon of W writing contest is scheduled problem because I usually have traveling as much as 62 miles per
gasoline. With the average to come out on Sundays to day. According to Casbeer, how-
student traveling about 20 miles study." The 20-year-old puts in a ever, 15 miles in Jax. isn't that far
The Academic Enrichment and Winners will be announced by 40-hour-work-week to support because of the metropolitan
Skills Center is sponsoring a April 15 with cash prizes of $100, himself and would like to see environment in which we live."
A f l m t writing contest that began on $50, $25 and an honorable "better apartments closer to
A& acuty meet February 15. The purpose of the mention given to the four best campus and priced for students." UNF is trying to cut down on
The Arts and Sciences faculty contest is to encourage students entries. the gas and energy consumption
was scheduled to meet yesterday to write in a creative, clear and MS. ILA PAGEL FOUND a by its commuting students
was schedled t fomeet n scholarly fashion. solution to the expensive housing. however, with a car pooling
wndat least four items on its es will include members o~he lives with her parents. Living campaign in progress.
agenda. Judges will include members of only 10-miles away she doesn't
Sthe university community s well only 10-milesaway she doesn't
As TE HALAR w t The categories for the entries t fc mme have a transportation problem. With the scheduling of
As THE HALYARD went to will be creative writing (short as a visitinfaculty member from condominiums to be hopefully
press, A & S Faculty President sies, poetry and drama), another university. The winning Working 15-hours a week Mr. completed by next summer across
s Keger had listed the essays and graphics (photo- entries will be published for the Dave Schmidt commutes 60-miles the street on St. Johns Bluff
items on the agenda for the graphs, sketches and song-writ- academic community's enjoy- to school round trip, but solved Road, the housing and transport-
meeting: (1) reslts of a commitment.
meeting: (1) results of a commit- ing.) mehis housing problem by living station picture may start looking
tee meeting concerning problems with his parents. better.
in seeking professional develop-
ment money and support; (2) time Interested students are asked
block changes; (3) the application ENTRIES ARE due by March to submit their entries to Ms.
of organizational and manpower 15 and must be typed and Joan Evans in the Office of A A U P h o ld s m ee
development procedures to both submitted in a sealed envelope. Student Affairs, building 1, room
administration and faculty and Only University of North Florida 1101. The Florida Conference of the University System, 8 private
(4) concerns about mass pro- students are eligible to enter the American Association of Univer- colleges and universities, and a
duction in quality education, contest. sity Professors will hold its 1974 number of junior colleges.
annual meeting this Friday and University of North Florida does
: : :::W:~:::S%::::: Saturday at Pensacola. not have a chapter, although a
number of individual faculty
the University of West Florida organization.
-^ m o ~~ h o 1 I Hosts will be AAUP chapters of members belong to the national
Democrats hold seminar and Pensacola Junior College.
Sessions will be held at the Among the topics on the
The University of North Florida the UNF Democrats; Marlene informally they sponsored a party Holiday Inn and at the two agenda of the two-day meeting
Democrats hosted a two-day Cooper, president of the and invited local politicians such campuses. Speakers include are elections, collective bargain-
ladrship seminar on the Jacksonville Democratic Wo- as Mayor Hans Tanzler, school Marshall Criser, chairman of the ing, the role of the state
campus of UNF, Feb. 9 and 10, men's Club; AFL-CIO representa- board members, city councilmen, Florida Boardof Regents, several conference, representation of
sponsored by the Democratic tives and local teachers interested and state representatives, Eric Presidents of Florida colleges and women, and reports including one
Executive Committee. Confer- in politics. Smith and Mary Singleton. universities, as well as Prof. from an inter-institutional faculty
cnce leaders were John French, AMONG THE TOPICS covered Walter Adams, of Michigan State council which has been formed to
executive director of the Florida at the seminar were methods of University, president of the serve as a faculty spokesman to
Democratic Party and Dave recruiting, raising funds, organiz- national AAUP organization. the Board of Regents.
McNamara, vocational education ing a good campaign and getting The club hopes to give some The AAUP currently lists President of the Florida Confer-
director for the city of out the vote. input to the local delegation at the chapters at seven of the nine ence is Prof. Wallace M. Nelson
Jacksonville. state level. One example is the universities in the State of the University of Florida.
Approximately 30 people club's stand on the Equal Rights
attended the seminar, including The UNF Democrats with Dr. Amendment (E.R.A.). Some
Joel Kaufmann, professor of members plan to go to
accounting, as their advisor, Tallahassee during the legislative .
united in the fall of 1973, with the session on E.R.A.. to Paper-writin workshop set
1^~~~ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^objective to participate in the see how committee meetings are p w r i wo ip s
U if* nla CPa A political process at local, state conducted and possibly exert
;.rC and national levels. Since most of some influence on the E.R.A.
MASTER those interested in getting a vote. A research paper workshop has 1:15 p.m. in room 1351, building
EUROPEAN political group started on campus begun under the sponsorship of 3.
EUROPEAN were Democrats, the club decided the Academic Enrichment and
MECH. to ally themselves with the Skills Center. Topics of discussion at the
BICYCLES NEW-USED Democratic Party. Permission Future club plans include sessions include thesis develop-
REPA PARTS ACC was received from the Democratic running students to fill vacancies meant, paper organization a d
A-Ar AC. Executive Committee for the in precinct chairmanship posts in Sessions began yesterday and documentation.
BICYCLE INSURANCE name that they chose. Duval County. This would will be held every Tuesday and
SSINCE THE FORMATION of strengthen the position of the Thursday through March 7, The workshop is open to any
the club. 'members have been UNF Democrats and give according to Joan Evans, director interested Ruidents or any who
7437422 active getting to know many local -members a chance to experience of the center. The twice-weekly may be tying problems with
politicians. To meet these people "grass roots" political action, meetings are held from 12:15 to their papers, Evans noted.
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UNF isn't all academic News briefs
Unused bike spaces operates on a much broader
Un ed bike paces scope. They have joined with
BY HAROLD MORGAN need occupants other conservationist groups in
University students often and table tennis. But the student Fredrick Durrenmatt tragi- need lobbying for legislation to protect
complain thatthey are victimsof activities program offers more comedy, "The Visit." Peter endangered species and to bring
impersonal attitudes found on than athletic competition. Several Michaelson, a poet, will speak about more humane conditions
college campuses. This is why recent movies including, "I Love and read his poetry on campus in The UNF Police Department for laboratory animals. They are
most colleges attempt to go You Alice B Toklas," were April. advises students who travel to the pressing for laws to do away with
beyond strictly educational func- shown under that office's Reisinger also mentioned the university by motorcycle that the steel-jaw traps which cause
tions to offer some type of direction. Even THE HALYARD possibility of a huge garage sale parking spaces for their vehicles slow and painful death for
recreation. The University of and its forerunner, WHAT'S to occur some time in the spring. are available in parking lot 4, fur-bearing animals, 90 per cent
North Florida (UNF) recognizes HAPPENING, are included in the The benefits from the sale would north of the Boathouse. These 10 of which are captured by this type
this need and hopes to fill it with Student Activities budget. be used for UNF scholarships. spaces have not been utilized, of device.
e awhile spaces in lots 1 and 2 are
student activitiesoften overcrowded. In early May the Jacksonville

The UNF Student Activities REISINGER STRESSED the THE STUDENT Activities oice eaten Hmae et ill be sponsor-
office has the formidable task of point that everyone in his office is office is located on the second The policing "Wag Days." Volunteers are
unifying a diverse commuter the o helpstudents in any way floor of Bldg. 3, in Rm. 2401; the advises that bicyclists will find urgently needed to solicit
student population whose aver- possible. His business, he says, is phone number is 646-2876. concrete bicycle stands available contributions at shopping centers
age age is greater n h at finding out how people can do Someone is in the office from 7:30 at various places on campus. in the area and for door-to-door
most other universities. Mr. something, not telling them why a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday thru canvassing. To participate in this
Richard Reisinger, director of they cannot Thursdays, and until 5:30 p.m. on Members of fcult humane endeavor, contact Jan
student activities, believes his "We also fund many clubs and Fridays to answer questions and y Tarle, a UNF student who is a
student activities, believes his FWe also fdmnyc a n das member of the Humane Society
department has been successful, organizations at UNF. If someone help students. discuss energy crisis member of the Humane Society
"The response to our many wants to start a club, tell that 743-3173.
programs has been nothing but person to see me," he said. A sign hangs on the wall in the
excellent," Reisinger noted. Student Activities office which The Adam Smith Club, UNF's
Reisinger says reflects the student economic organization,
Thus far, the '73-'74 academic This spring UNF and Student philosophy of that office: "Let's recently held a panel discussion Lecturers to discuss
year has included an intramural Activities will expand into find at least one god reason why concerning the energy crisis. The optical problems
football league and "Sports other horizons. ART 980, Theater we can do it today." It is up to the discussion took place on campus
Week" with competition in Workshop, under the direction of students at UNF to give them the and was attended by faculty and Dr. Robert Schnipper, an
archery, horseshoes, volleyball, Dr. Jane Decker, will present a opportunity to find their reason. students, opthalmologist, will lecture on
Vision problems and diseases of
Members of the panel and the eye Feb. 20, at 10:30 a.m. in
for students topics discussed by them were: room 1341. All interested
Sessions set for new students Dr. Thomas Mongar, chairmanof students and staff are invited to
the department of political attend.
S science: the political implications
A series f counselling sessions The schedule for these In addition to the student-advi- of the crisis; Dr. Joseph Pluta, Ms. Ellen Walker, branch
for prospective students are now meetings will be from 9 a.m. until sor sessions, UNF recruitment assistant professor of economics: director of the Florida Society for
being offered by the University of 2:30 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. on the officials will also confer with FJC the economic aspects of the the Prevention of Blindness, will
North Florida on the campuses of following days: Cumberland counselors. The counselor-advi- energy crisis; Dr. Edward Healy, also speak on the agency's
Florida Junior College. campus, Monday and Tuesday, sor sessions will be held on the chairman of the department of services.
Recruitment team members Feb. 18, 19; South Campus, South campus, Wednesday, Feb. natural sciences: the composition
from UNF will meet with students Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. of solar, nuclear and fossil fuel; Vision screening will be
from FJC in order to answer 20, 21; and North campus, 20, from 1:30 2:30 p.m.; on Dr. Jay A. Smith Jr. associate available Feb. 26 through Mar. 1
questions about UNF and career Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 25, North campus, Monday, Feb. 25 professor of transportation and in the Health Office from 9 a.m.
planning. 26. from 10 11 a.m. logistics: the impact of the crisis to 9 p.m. Glaucoma testing will be
p g. .. .on transportation; and: Dr conducted on Mar. 7.
~~~~~~~:::::~~ :::~ ~~~:~ ~~:;:::::: :::::::: ::: ::::::: Sudarshan Kidtthiala,'' assistant
professor of sociology: the impact Bridge enthusiasts
Help needed for kidney victim of the energy crisis on established
elp neededfor kidney social institutions needed to formgroup
L ater, when^ heAre you interested in playing
BY SYLVIA O'DELL A portable "Redi" machine Later, when he took a physical for Humane Society bridge? Wouldou like to learn?
A cnc to b newould eliminate Butch's problem, the air patrol he was told he had n Aas
A chance to be independent Treatment in California is state tuberculosis. A UNF student, John Adams,
:and maintain a livelihood may be funded and requires most of his "We speak for those wht both veteran players
Kan impossible goal for Floridian time. In the Orlando area there He came to Florida for We' speak for those. who together -- both veteran players
Charles "Butch" Warren. Since are several dialysis machines but treatment of the disease and was cannot speak for themselves." and anyone who would like to
July 1970, kidney ailments have there is a long waiting list and the eventually treated for mono Thisisthe slogan of the Humane learn the game.
meant that he had to undergo five cost, $3,480 is prohibitive. Butch nucleosis. The penicillin he was Society, an organization devoted
ormorehoursoftreatmentrom would not be ableto maitaina given actually fed the fungus and to the well-being and protection When the Phase II buildings
rn artificial kidney machine three f ul-time job unless he had this caused it to increase. By the time of animals both domestic and ready, there will be card
times a week machine to use at home during the disease was diagnosed wild. Locally the society gives rooms available for this activity,
tims a the night. correctly and treated, lesions had emergency treatment to injured open until 10:30 each evening.
Snigh formed on his skull and leg. animals, investigates charges of
cruelty and tries to find homes for Anyone interested, please
Butch is now living and going f fo Buth The drug which controls the homeless pets. contact Student Activities or call
to school in California. He expects A fn i ugus is the h csed J Adams at his home
Sto receive his B.A. in psyology begun in Winter. Park and some fungus is the drug which caused John Adams at his home,
to receive his B.A. in psychology The 'Humane Society also 733-2321.
from California State and his monies have been collected theidneys to deteriorate321.
M.A. in counseling fromch' Butch is trying to keep up his
University of. California Los Ms.' Lelani GreggS, Butch's Butch is trying to keep up hisagin O
Angeles (UCLA). sister, is secretary to the advisors ; spirits despite discouraging o t C r to e
of the College of Educationandl of OPS to be heard
He was sent to California while Academics at the University of have told him to give up his goal Offshore Power Systems (OPS) Jacksonville. The power plants
in high school to live with his North Florida. She would like of graduation and a job and go on will be the topic of a Natural will be sold to various utility
olderin high school to live with his UNF to become aware of her welfare. Sciences Colloquium at 4 p.m. companies along the Eastern
education. Butch's kidney de brother's need for assistance. today in room 1381, building 3. Seaboard and Gulf Coast.
terioration was discovered at this Gregg does not want to BUTCH DOESN'T want to be a Dr. John A. Nutant, environ-
teoration was discovered at this cet the money herself, but burden. Even though themental mental programs manager for Jacksonville Electric Authority
Would prefer that individuals sent strain of trying to maintain school mental programs manager for Jacksonville Electric Authority
money 'to the Charlens Warren wok nd undergo his long hours OPS, will discuss the OPS plans. has ordered two of the plants. The
THE FAMLY stayed with him Kidney Machine Fund, Washing- of treatment depress him, he still OPS is a joint venture of Audobon Society has been
for awhile in California but ton Shores Savings and Loan, Box wants to keep trying. Westinghouse and Tenneco and fighting the OPS development
Butch's mother, Clara Warren, 219, Orlando, Florida. The sum of plans to build floating nuclear Blount Island for environmental
needed to return home and $400 has already been pledged. The drugs cause Butch to electrical power plants in reasons.
maintain her rooming house. She become drowsy. He has been
returned with the younger son to A KIDNEY transplant would arrested, harassed, even chained
Florida. not help him. His sister offered to to a bed by police who don't know 3
be a transplant but Butch has a he is taking medication. 1 i R Et I
Separated from his family who dormant fungus disease, cox- III
Live in Winter Park, Fla., Butch sidiomichosis, which could be-
would like to come home after come active again and destroy the Graduation is what Butch and .
graduation. He has been offered a new kidney. his family are waiting for. If li 6701 Beach Boulevard
full-time counseling job at Florida Charles Warren had a kidney acksonvlle. Florida 322163
Technological University which machine he could come home: Telepone 94) 725 4533
would make it possible for him to where his family and job are MAJOR BRA DS
live at home with his mother and He contracted the fungus while
two brothers. visiting Tiajuana, Mexico in 1965. waiting. AL JRB
SPECIAL SYSTEM PRICES

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Proposed VA legislation needs support

D r ao i d a s y within which a veteran must assistance to study in areas that
Proposed legislation is now districts and to the key members Doerr also included a summary complete an education, to that of they are "already qualified."
before the United States of the House Committee on of the House Veterans' Sub- complete an education, to that of they are "already qualified."
Veterans Affairs. He adds that all Committee on Education and 10 years.
n taneni8. Create a new provision that
Congress that concerns increases letters should question the Training's mark up of October 10, 4. Allow veterans with 10 per 8u r cetain se ed onditsionhat
in veteran's benefits. The Senate congressmen on how they stand 1973. cent or more disability to be an educational institution offering
has proposed a 23% increase on this legislation and also entitled to VA Vocational courses not leadingto a standard
while the House has proposed an include the writer's opinions. It is 1. A 13.6 per cent increase in: Rehabilitation. Current law re- decree may measure such
increase of 13.6%. An increase of important to include a question as degree may measure such
increase of 13.6%. An increase of important to include a question as the various educational allow- quires veterans to be 30 per cent courses on a quarter or semester
8% is the rumored maximum this necessitates a response from ances for veterans (Ch.34); the or more disabled for this benefit. basis. However, a proviso
figure that might be approved by the congressman, subsistence allowances for Vocat- The 10 per cent lower limit was in remains that such a program shall
the President ional Rehabilitation (Ch. 31); and effect for both WWII and Korea. not be considered full-time when
Those key members of the the various educational allow- less then "25 clock hours" per
Mr. Carl H. Doerr Jr., Director committee and their respective ances for certain wives, widows 5. To exclude from the week of instruction is required.
of Programs for Servicemen and addresses are as follows: and children. The 13.6 per cent eligibility period mentioned in
of Programs for Servicemen and increase would mean a monthly Item 2, Ex-POW's incarceration
Veterans, reports that in order to allowance of $250 for single and hospitalization time. 9. Establish a "Vietnam Era
push the legislation through by Congressman William J. B. veterans instead of the current Veterans Communications Cen-
Dorn (Dem.-S.C.) Committee $220. ter." The Center would be
March 2 the House needs to be Chairman, 2256 Rayburn 6. Allow Reservists' and established in the VA and shall be
moved to action on their bills. House Office Building, National Guard personnel to have composed of Vietnam era
This date is the deadline for Washington, D.C. 2. Created a "built-in" cost of their initial active duty for veterans who are already
his dte i the dexension of living adjustment provision under training (usually six months) be employees of the VA. The Center
action on the extension of which the VA Administrator is counted towards their VA would be charged with making
entitlement without some lapse in eduldibelcbnfitdetithem ntng
enen t e its. houe some laps h e in Congressman Olin E. Teague directed to annually change these educational benefit entitlement, if evaluations of the effectiveness of
benefits. He also says that the (Dem.-Tex.), 2311 Rayburn various GI Bill rates in accordance the veteran was called up for at the VA Veterans Outreach
Senate is cooperative but the House Office Building, with the increase or decrease least one year active duty. Services Program. The Center
House requires more encourage- Washington, D.C. shown in the Bureau of Labor will report to the Administrator
ment.Statistics' Consumer Price Index 7. Provide up to six months of and the Congress.
ment. (CPI.) VA educational assistance for
CER S S t congressman John P. Ham- refresher courses in fields
DOERR SUGGESTS that all merschmidt (Rep.-Ark.), 409 veterans are "already qualified". 10. Eligible wives, widows and
veterans wanting this legislation Cannon House Office Build- 3. Extend the current eight Current law prohibits such children are extended the farm
write to the congressmen in their ing, Washington, D.C. year time limitation period, veterans from any educational cooperative program.

Assembly fe tures Brwn 'What's beneath and deep within...'
Assembly features Brown
Is color beautiful?
BY SYLVA Williams introduced a film spoke of equality, ownership, and
BY SYLVIA O'DELL about the life of Johnson by participation. The relationship BY LYNNE WELSH used simple symbols to convey its
assembly,on, mentioning the effect of indi- between these determines the meaning -- symbols that are
The assembly, Tuesday eon, vidual achievement. He said that image of Blacks in any city. for universally accepted to describe
ofni erBa istyo oryN eek at Black History Week should centuries been a symbol of evil, a the filthy state that man had
contributions by Black citizens,` A panel consisting of Mr. Hugh symbol of everything distasteful, degenerated to and the purity
especially in Jacksonville. John- Wilson, Ms. Tomi Wagner, Dr. ugly, and generally undesirable. that God offered if man would
Mr. Carlton Willipn, str-,. son, poet and author, was Arnett Girandeau and Mr, Ike Such examples are: black cats, give up his sinful ways and turn
or inCa theFineArts WDepatmen.t back to Him.
or in the Fine Arts Department, originally from Jacksonville. James was questioned by the black hand, black moriah, and
presented Ms. Cynthia Valentine rtor o t ack vle Williams. Members responded by black sheep just to mention a few.
who sang two selections. Director of the Jacksonvilleng the Black 'coming During World War I, the IT STATES "Though your sins
Valentine, a student at UNF, Urban League, Mr. Clanzel T. e aluatg ingg rn used to send letters be as scarlet, they shall be as
asked the audience to stand and Brown spoke on the 'Black Image' together' in Jacksonville. government us to send letters b e as scarlet, the y shall be as
jLtedged in black to the families of white as snow; though they be red
join her in siingng "Lift Every in this city. He feels that the those service men killed in like crimson, they shall be as
Voice and Sing," by James Jacksonville image is representa- Glaucoma test combat. wool."
Weldon Johnson. tive of the entire country. He also UC UO StT

t become a symbol of purity -- of all and innocent references in our
The University of N h things good and beautiful. The speech and reading material to
a e The University of North Florida Holy Bible is one of the most black and white actually condition
Health Service will co-sponsor a widely read books in the world us to think that all things white
free glaucoma test and vision test are good and all things black are
on Thursday, March 7, 10 a.m.-- 1 ----___-- bad? With references so positive
p.m. and 2 p.m. 4 p.m. for to white and so negative to black,
from page 1 can find it right on the street," he students and staff in an effort to One Woman's does color induce prejudice in
said.. combat eye disease. The mobile some people? Does it affect us
unit will be in the circle between Opinion all?
The Afro-American Cultural buildings 2-3.
Development Center group stag- Monday, Wednesday and IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY
ed a dance and music routine Friday, films depicting the "lost This community service is and certainly has great influence today there is a movement to
Wednesday noon in the Greek historyof the Blacks were shown financed by the Lions Club of on the lives of Christians -- black counteract the "white is pure"
Theatre. Their coordination and in various rooms. One titled, Greater Jacksonville, The Florida and white. Yet, this great book dogma of the past. It is the
costumes highlighted a perfor- "Lost, Stolen or Strayed" and Society for the Prevention of may in part actually induce "Black is Beautiful" movement.
mance that had the audience narrated by TV-movie star Bill Blindness, Inc., which serves as a prejudices black against white. It is an awakening of pride
moving with them. Cosby, struck the theme of the coordinating body for prevention in being black pride in
week -- that the Blacks have been of blindness programs in Duval discovery, from suppressed
DONALD, PORTRAIT and ignored in the history books of County, and the State Division of SUCH BIBUCAL QUOTES as history of the great heritage of
landscape painter, displayed his this nation. Health. found in Revelation 6:1-6 pits the black people -- pride in the
art and discussed it daily in the white horse against the black contributions of black people -- an
open area near the bell. ADMINISTERED by a regist- horse. In Isaiah 1:18 the appreciation for things that are
There was no way in one weekl ered nurse with special training expression "white as snow" black-orientated.
Kondowe demonstrated and to recognize all the contributions in glaucoma detection, the tests emphasizes purity. Most people
displayed jewelry-making. He of the Black race, said Mr. are quick and painless, have been brainwashed through Black is beautiful involves all
made necklaces, earrings, brace- Carlton W. Williams, advisor to the ages by such subtle and colors -- black, brown, yellow.
lets and other jewelry from a the Black Student Union and an Glaucoma, called the "sneak innocent writings into believing red, and even white. People can
variety of natural elements. Much instructor in the fine arts thief of sight" because it can that white regardless to its usage not be judged as to whether they
of his work was of copper -- "You department. strike slowly and painlessly, is the stands for all that is good. are soul brothers or sisters by the
.determined cause in one out of mere color of their skin. If the
-....--.. """'.--'' -" eight cases of blindness. "Black is Beautiful" concept
I BARRY SCHULTZ Jacksonville ophthalmologists re- Most people need to under- excluded al white, this would be
"'70 Studen R w" |comment that every person over stand that from the Bible's point racism in reverse and no better
21 should be tested periodically of view black and white bear no than white racists.
I for this disease. All students and reference to race and people.
| staff are urged to participate. While it is true that in the Bible If this were to happen ble k
white denotes purity and black would not be beautiful.
MI io Medici, within the eye, drops must be colors as red and scarlet.
a edicaused to anethetize the eyeball for As Mary Turnbull has said.
i ns l C a short period. The drops do not poetically, "...what's beneath
|U ft 1 disturb the ability to see. The In Isaiah 1:18 the most and deep within that black or
I Bus. 396-171 person can still drive, or go back abominable sins that men could white encasing the skin" is what
i 0 NATIONAL 77- to class, commit are described. The Bible is really beautiful.
SOHI NATIONAL me- to cass. Pe mkeup by Muy Bimnbg h
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Grek heatAfrican Culture to the UNF campus
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Pluta puts humanism in economics

private but affable person and a child grows up without a sixties by a group of Harvard venture studies program that
BY DALE EDELBERG since his hair tends to be lengthy father. Neither the life of an graduate economy students who brought Joe Pluta to UNF. "They
and he is most comfortable i individual nor the history of a criticized liberal reform for not really emphasize teaching here,"
Joe Pluta can quote Karl Marx jeans, he can very easily b society can be understood without getting to the heart of social he said.
and Neil Young in the same mistaken for a student, understanding both." problems such as poverty and HE IS IMPRESSED by the fact
breath. He can also make a class Joe is not sure whether he PLUTA SEES OUR economy as racism endemic in this country. that a professor is allowed, in fact
think twice by using part of a would call himself a radical a system which does not Pluta himself scoffs at the encouraged, to teach such a wide
Beatles song to describe except as far as tax reform is maximize human values but traditional economist's justifica- spectrum of subject matter.
President Nixon. concerned. "I certainly do not sacrifices the human element in tion of the maximization of "They encourage the generalist
And he had thought about advocate a violent overthrow of the frantic drive for accumulation profits, as nothing but a money over the specialist," he said.
using Lewis Carroll's "Through the country," he said. of profit and the resulting grubbing game. "Personally I think UNF shows a
the Looking Glass" as a text for But he is very involved with possession of material goods. He HE HAS QUOTED songwriter hell of a lot of potential.
his Radical Economics class, radical economics which he sees this as representative of the David Crosby: Pluta also finds the small
Pluta is obviously no ordinary describes as the turning inward of Promethean man, always on the "the game of getting money classes on this campus refreshing
professor. "Personally I hate an academic discipline. Radical move, regardless of which the game of getting more after teaching classes of around
textbooks," he said in a recent economics, his class has learned, direction. Here Joe quotes John the ego game of power 200 students at the University of
interview with the Halyard. "It is is the study of economics from a Lennon's lyrics "How can I move the ugly game of war Texas.
not important what a person humane point of view as directly forward if I don't know which Kills love. Don't you He commented that one of the
reads as long as the reading opposed to the classical econo- direction I am facing?" Know that? nicest things about a small
material makes them think." mics with* its addiction to Pluta's course explores the A student during the turbulent college is simply that you get to
Joe came to the University of statistics and charts. 'disservices that evolve from these Sixties, Pluta looks with know people who are in different
North Florida (UNF) campus last The humanistic approach taken kinds of values, which are astonishment at the apathy of the fields of study. "I never knew any
September from the University of Seventies. "It is not just on this one from the English Department
Texas, where he earned his campus," he said, "it is on every at the University of Texas," he
Ph.D. when he was 25. He has campus in the nation. said.
taught one traditional economics "I have always despised apathy Pluta believes that the
course and one nontraditional in students," said Pluta, it has classroom is a place where a
venture course in. economics nothing to do with being liberal or person is entitled to express his
each quarter at UNF. conservative, it's the apathy ideas, controversial or not. "The
But he obviously derives a good which is wrong." main function of a teacher is to
deal more pleasure from his He believes that the return to elicit response, to make people
venture courses, like the Radical apathy is the result of a growing think, he said, "I don't like it
Economics course he is presently alienation among young people. when people resort to gut feeling.
teaching. "They feel that awareness simply PLUTA DID HIS dissertation
HIS ENTHUSIASM is quickly increases their frustration," he on the U.S. government expendi-
transferred to his students said, "they rationalize...I'm tures from 1956 to 1970 at the
because his subject matter is helpless, so why get involved?" University of Texas under Walt
neither esoteric nor strictly deja THE PRESENT POLITICAL Rostow. Rostow had just left the
vu. He deals with the most situation obviously propagates Johnson administration where he
relevant issues of today: racism, this kind of attitude. Pluta calls was LBJ's special advisor on
sexism, environmental destruc- the Nixon administration, the foreign affairs.
tion, militarism and alienation. F -' "most corrupt in the history of Although he was born in
Pluta Sees the failure in most the country." All the gains the Chicago, Pluta is really a country
teaching, especially in universi- Great Society successfully deve- boy. He spent most of his
ties as that of fragmented, loped in the Sixties have been lost boyhood in New Buffalo,
teaching. "Students," he said, under the current administration, Michigan. He received both his
"are exposed to a series, of according to Pluta who calls B.A. and M.A. in Economics from
stimuli, none of which relate." Nixon's position a "retreat from the University of Notre Dame.
He feels all areas of academic responsibility." An easy-going person, Joe has
study should converge to have Nixon's dismantling of certain the capacity to look like he is
meaning for the students. education and welfare programs never in a hurry, but his schedule
For this reason, he sees great is indicative that the President belies this. Last week he traveled
value in the.UNF interdisciplinary I doe does not regard these programs to California to speak to U.S.
venture rseUNF professor Joseh P as important, according to Pluta Navy personnel about what public
venture courses. "Who's UNFeconomis professor Joseph Plta. who likens Nixon (at least as far resources are available for
minding the store," the venture staff photo by Don Rh who likens Nixon defensee and in March he will have
course he designed last quarter, as his domestic policies go) to the sense an in Marce wave
dealt with economic and cultural by radical economists and their predominant in a capuansuic Beatle's Nowhere Man..."sitting an article published in the
problems of modern industrial counterparts in other academic society. in his nowhere land making all National Tax Journal on Growth
society and required texts by disciplines is perhaps best He has never taught Radical his...nowhere plans for nobody." and Patterns in U.S. Government
psychologists as well as econo- exemplified by the viewpoint of Economics before. In fact, Pluta would in fact like to teach Expenditures from 1956 to 1972.
mists. And on Pluta's course C. Wright Mill. "The facts of according to Pluta there is only a venture course on "Nixon- He was recently a speaker at the
outline every reading assignment contemporary history are also one school in the entire country omics." The course would U.S. Navy seminar in Jacksonville
is accompanied by quotes of some facts about the success and (the University of Massachusetts) encompass Nixon's cutback of and he has several research
notable scholars of human nature, failure of individual men and which has a program dealing Great Society programs and "the projects underway.
ranging from Charles Dickens to women. When war happens an specifically with radical econo- euphamisms and cliches employ- EASY GOING? MAYBE. But
Bob Dylan. insurance salesman becomes a mics. ed to justify budget changes he is passionate when it comes to
JOE PLUTA DESCRIBES rocket launcher; a store clerk, a Radical economics as a solely for political purposes." teaching. At the University of
himself as a loner. He is a quiet, radar man; a wife lives alone; and discipline was started in the It was an attribute like the Texas, he was the only graduate
student ever to be awarded the
Ayer-Montgomery ,Award for
teaching excellence.
F And his excellence is obvious
because he makes his students
seriously question some tradition-
S al beliefs. Despite various and
Sundry shortages affluence still
predominates as a public image of
New book contains a reference manual on A social hour beginning at 6 of Camping Journal. Camping our economy and there are many
the skilled techniques of setting p.m. will precede the workshop, Journal also has scheduled an other sides to the story.
by Brunson up office correspondence material and a chapter dinner will follow at article by Roach on camping at
8 p.m. The session will close with historic Sturbridge Village, in "Well you've cracked the sky,
has been published Brunson said the book covers a question and answer period Massachusetts, for an early issue scrapers fill the air, but will you
such topics as improving the beginning at 8:45 p.m. this year. Photography in all of keep on building higher 'till
"The Professional Secretary" relationship between a secretary his articles is done by Roach. there's no more room up there...I
by Dr. Evelyn V. Brunson of the and her boss, tips on dictations, Three new articles know we've come a long way
University of North Florida is now how to develop good work habits We're changing day to day. But
available. and grooming. written by Roach tell me, Where do the children
Hardback copies of the new Soldwedl to chair play."
book are S7.75 at the UNF Willamn Roach, associate Cat Stevens
Bookstore and paperback copies Tax Workshop professor of journalism and research projects
are $5.25. o r communications, is one of six research pro
offered by Kauffman writers whose work is featured in Article by Loftin
Brunson started writing her the "1974 Sun Belt Edition" of A rtice by Lotin
book three years ago on a Joel Kauffman, University of Wheelers Traler t prfesso o educan and describes terns
part-time basis after she felt that North Florida accounting and Campground Guide. Roach's hairmanofes of theducativision describes ternof
there hadn't been much written business law professor, and Ken article for the annual guide is Studies in Education, has recently
n the office manageshiment and Lewis a Jacksonville certified "The Very Grand Strand," been named chairwoman for "Another Interior Colony of the
secetarial onshis "of the public accountant, will lead a covering camping and recreation research and current concerns of Least Tern" by Dr. Robert W.
secretarial job." workshop on federal income tax in the Myrtle Beach, S.C., area. the National Association for Loftin was published in the Fall,
Hopefully, she said, a person during the professional develop- The guides--in four volumes--are Women Deans. Administrators, 1973 issue of The Florida Field
will "gain a more professional ment meeting of the Jacksonville being released for sale this and Counselors. Naturalist.
attitude regarding the total chapter of the National Associa- month.
functions of the secretary" by tion of Accountants (NAA) Late last year, Roach had the Dr. Soldwedel is also chair- Loftin, assistant professor of
reading her book. Tuesday, Feb. 19, at the lead article, "Jamestown, Year- woman of the Advisory Council on philosophy and religion, teaches
The 209-page book is published Thunderbird Motor Hotel, begin- Round Camping Paradise," Research Projects for that field ornithology as a venture
by Prentice-Hall. Inc. and also ning at 6:30 p.m. published in the November issue organization, course.





THE HALYARD-February 20, 1974-Page 13
'Drive-ins' pervade life



Eat, drink and drive .....


BY DALEEDELBERG the South" has to be number one Imagine the possibilities of the
Let's face it. We live in a in its promotion of this roadside future. Drive-up grocery stores,
hamburg and french fry world existence. or drive-ing bowling alleys
with apincfeaturing remote control bowling
with aIt was here that I saw my first while never leaving the comfort of
Indulging oneself with a three drive up liquor store. Jacksonville your car. Or perhaps the drive-up
course meal used to mean also sports a drive-up carpet doctor's office where blood
spending long succulent hours store, drive-up banks, drive-up pressure and pulse are taken and
over shrimp, beef stroganoff and post offices, drive-up dry cleaners shots given to arms protruding
chocolate mousse. Now it's the and somewhere there is supposed from. car windows.
inevitable e hamburger, french You could make it through the
fries and chocolate fribble or :::::::::::::: :::::::: :entire day without unfastening
frappe or Awful Awful or :::::::::::::::::your. e safety belt.
whatever. yo
wts alle e e NO DOUBT the whole world
Now that is all we have time would slow down if people had to
for...what's more that is all most Woman's g outllof their cars, even tow.
f us get outc of their cars, even now*.. ..t s. wa h
of us can afford. Women would feel obligated to
HuOSEn f LAfro niotel take the curlers out of their hair
THOSE GLASS-fronted em- and dress their kids and men p
poriums that are growing along would have to sew up the rip that
the highways like weeds have ::::::eres:lutionwas:passedby.Forc:b.:.r.
thee highways like weeds have had been in the seat of their pants Contributions to UNF's Good Turn Days fill the Greek Theatre.
become an American institution. for the last five weeks.
They house machines that spout to be a drive-up jewelry store. tf photo by D Rehaw
out hamburgers of all shapes and But there is, at least, one
sizes at breakneck speed. These bastion from this greasy futuristic
burgers have become a major part So you can cash a check, buy bastion this greasy f utuu d srce
ofthe American people's diet and booze and a broach, pick up your living. The people of Juneau, Good turn
the jingles used to advertise them dry cleaning and some stamps Alaska recently successfully kept success
are as familiar as apple pie, so and choose. carpeting for your McDonalds from setting up a
thoroughly are they ingrained in home....all without getting out of hamburg stand in their city.
our minds your car. Apparently the most popular s
place to eat in Juneau is an old The University of North Florida stores.
But McDonald's, Hardees, and saloon set up by the miners when "Students Good Turn Day," heldin which was
Burger King, and the rest of them BUT THAT'S not all. Jackson- the city was first settled. They say two days this month, resulted in The Fcampaign sponwasr
have done more than promote ville may have claims to the the hamburgers there are four three donated bicycles, a c onducted Feb. 56 was speionor
pimples and coronary mal- world's only drive up nursery inches thick. refrigerator and over 200 bags of ed by the cooperative education
functioning...theyhave spawned school. The parent hands her kid clothing and small appliances. eparen an sev ie fatenit
out the window in the morning So there are still some places Omega, a service fraternity
It's called the "drive-in and returns in the afternoon, where you can eat out with relish. gu
sydroame. whereupon her child, a little And not the kind that comes Ms. Sandy Hansford, coor-
syndrome.dirtier and more tired, is handed affixed in massive doses to the diriator of cooperative education
AND THE "BOLD New City of back through the car window. sterile hamburgers of today. at UNF, said the volunteers who Ms. Diane Warrener was the
worked in the drive "were very student chairman of the drive.
pleased with the response." She is also a cooperative
Donations will be sold in Goodwill education student at Goodwill.
Another road to the Beach? .-

The resolution was passed by Forcible rape is to be topic
BY BUZZ MIHS Councilman I. M. Sulzbacher City Council and now goes to
contended that completion of J. City Council and now goes to
With an overwhelming major- Turner Butler Blvd. will reduce Mae r HaTanz forput into atureion. f cam pus m meeting M onday
ity, the Jacksonville City Council the overflow of traffic now
adopted a resolution last week bottlenecking at Beach Blvd. and In a recent meeting of the
approving construction of J. University Blvd., and Atlantic Jacksonville Transportation Auth- A public meeting for students campus (being so remote, dark
Turner Butler Blvd. (SR 202) from Blvd. and University Blvd. ority (JTA) bike trails were concerned about the problem of and widespread between parking
the University of North Florida proposed to be included in the forcible rape has been called for lots and buildings).'.'
site at St. Johns Bluff Road to SR SULZBACHER also says that draft environmental study for next Monday at 3 p.m. in Discussion at the meeting, she
A1A at the south end of the road will also serve as a main Butler Boulevard. relocatable building 817 on the said, would focus on campus
Jacksonville Beach. artery to the Dames Point The proposed trails will University of North Florida security and the development of a
expressway system to be probably begin at San Pablo Road campus. Rape Crisis Hotline in Jackson-
constructed across the St. Johns west of the Intracoastal Waterway ville. The "hotline", sponsored
The resolution did not pass River and crossing South and end at state road A1A in n announcing the meeting, Dr. by the' Women's Movement of
council without some opposition Jacksonville. Sulzbacher added, Jacksonville Beach. Christine Rasche, assistant prourged teers to staff it, needs women volun
from Councilman Don Brewer. "The south end of the Beaches is fessor of sociology, urged teers to staff it, beonning March
According to Brewer, there is no growing. Completion of J. Turner The opposite end of Butler students to attend the meeting if 1.
reason for construction of another Butler Blvd. will produce an Boulevard was officially dedicated they are "concerned about the Further information on the
road to the Beaches. excess of revenue for the City." Friday, Feb. 15. problem of forcible rape, both in meeting:and the hotline may be
the community and on this obtained from Rasche.


Women's club


has new project
Would you like to own a Ms. Doris Parrish, this year's
handmade quilt? You'll have a president, says that some of the
chance if you contact a member of club's members are also
the University of North Florida's members of the Day Arts and
Women's Club. Crafts Club and conceived the
idea of sewing a quilt.
Organized for three years, the THE 1973 officers are Ms.
membership is composed of the Doris Parrish, president; Ms.
wives of professors and faculty Ingrid Boatright, first vice-presi-
and women who work for the dent; Ms. Jeannie Huebner,
university. Because of a lack of second vice-president; Ms.
facilities on campus, the club Ophelia Perry, recording secret-
meetsin the Meadows clubhouse. ary; Ms. Hortense Lloyd,
corresponding secretary; Ms.
Earlier this month a tea and Barbara Arthur, treasurer; and
coffee tasting party was held. Ms. Helen White, historian.
Work was done on the quilt, The UNF's Women's Club
which will be sold and money meets the second Thursday of the
used to purchase flowers and month. In March, members will
shrubs for the boathouse and lake participate in a white elephant
area. sale. .
Pape m-lk.up by Sharon MoConnel, Harold Morgan.





Page 14-Fqbruary 20, 1974-THE HALYARD
X. C..............a ........S... aa Cynthia sings




The singer got her first voice
training at Edward Waters
College. Presently she is training
under UNF associate professor of
Music and internationally recog-
nized concert and opera artist,
William Brown.

IN JANUARY, Cynthia was
Selected by the UNF music faculty
to receive the $600, Juliette B.
SChandler Scholarship. The award
was made on the basis of both
talent and financial need.

After winning the Florida state
Vocal contest also in January, she
represented the Florida division
FASoN i {lHI WIPE AC( in Birmingham, Ala., February 1,
1974.
Xe "Although opera involves a
great challenge as well as
i dedication, I encourage students
Hig fash on...sofe to get involved" Valentine said.

So s Jullette Chandler Scholarship award wlner, Ms. Cynthia L.
X Valentine.
BY JUDI BENSON staff photo by Doris Manuklin
._ Clydesdales
Behold the platform shoe, and x-ray technicians laugh at Re encyS W a r n
adding approximately six inches heartily at number 352 who has Regen y
to one's height, gleaming in taken a nasty spill.
bright colors, exoc d s ad Two University of North Florida petition sponsored by the MTNA
Touching on nostalgia from an age The famous Budweiser Cham- music students have received in Birmingham, Ala. Valentine is
gone by. Not only can these shoes be pion Clydesdale horses will be scholarship awards from the a student of William Brown, UNF
difficult to walk in but if a fall appearing at various times in Julliette Chandler Scholarship associate professor of music.
Lovely to look at is the occurs you have the added weight three Jacksonville area shopping Fund, recently established at
conclusion but difficult to walk in. of the shoe and its wonderful centers today through Friday. UNF.
Perhaps they were designed to sit durability. In other words, the
in shop windows or to be worn by shoe does not bend but the soft BARTLETT,ORGANIST for the
people that seldom walk. ligaments and bones in the ankle The horses can be seen at The awards were made to Ms. Christ Our Savior Episcopal
do. Scrunch Regency Square today, Gateway Cynthia L. Valentine, a senior Church in Mandarin Fla., and
A receptionist who rarely Shopping Center tomorrow, and voe major, and to Ms. K accompanist for the UNF Chorus,
leaves her desk could dangle this IT IS POSSIBLE that platform Roosevelt Mall on Friday. Bartlett, a junior organ major, by received a $400 award. She is a
five-pond weight anti bu shoes were originally designed to Appearance times at all three Ms. John D. Chandler, the donor, student of ArthurJ. Bloomer,
heaven help her when she has to. be worn with the fashionable long centers are frm 10 a.m. until 2 during presentation ceremonies UNF assistant professor of misic.
make a mad dash to her boss's pants sold today. If so, then it is a p.m. on the UNF campus.
office. vicious circle. One must wear
platform shoes to keep pant cuffs The horses are specially bred Valentine. who tk tp vocal Chandle who sponsored the
THESE MOST POPULAR from dragginginth md andthe by Anhusr-Busch to assure the h for collegiate artists at the award is active in Jacksonville
shoes give a slimming effect to to go with the continuity of the company Music Teachers National Associa- cultural circles. She currently
the wearer's leg if it is possible to tion (MTNA) competition held in serves as vice-president of the
stand in them. Some walking is sy l. conjunction with the Florida State Jacksonville Opera Guild, as a
even possible but manuvering me as e a Music Teachers annual conven- board member of the Jacksonville
Scorers is hell. o n waw wa o tion in November, received a $600 Symphony, and is immediate past
o ntin owalk scholarship award. She recently president of the Women of the
bent forward, in these glamorous ....l-r m reinclu
Broken and sprained ankles shoes. And people still snicker at This public document w returned from regional com- Jacksonville Art Museum.
have become a statistic as a result the prospects of becoming a promulgated at an
of these shoes and if you are so "statistic." But the sale of nt cost of 16 per copy
unfortunate as to experience this, crutches and ace bandages is up inform students, fac lty,
.you will find that most doctors' ... which says something. career service, and adminis-
Strtive uad professional sta
about activities affecting Potters sell art
... university community.

Guild starts fund


Sigm a Delta Chi chapter A $600 scholarship fund will be instructor at UNF, is the guild's
Srof established this fall by the advisor.


organization conducts art sales.
A new chapter of the Society of tary; and Carol Frey, of the in journalism and is "dedicated to Mcintyre said part of the money
Professional Journalists Sigma editorial staff of the Jacksonville the highest ideals in journalism." The noney will be used to scho s ales will be useddition, for thunds
Delta Chi is being formed in Journal, treasurer. It is comparable to professional assist student lab fees and fschom an arship. In addiuction will also be
of the fJacksonville dgling unit his the OTHER MEMBERS of the organizations in medicine and tuition. Mike Mclntyre, founder added to the fund. The auction
University of North Florida steering committee include Pat law. and vice president if the guild, will be held later this year anl the
(UNF). Weinstein and Bob Walker of said the scholarship is intended to public will have a chance to bid on
WJKS-TV; Harold Baker of There are 129 campus chapters aid a needy art student at UNF. a variety of items donated by art
WTLV-TV; Maxine Howard and and 110 professional chapters of Dr. Ken McMillian, a ceramics students.
A steering committee, now Larry Maisel of WJXT-TV; James the 65-year-old national organiza-
formally a Board of Directors, met Kerlin of radio station WMBR: tion.
last week at UNF to initiate plans Margo Pope and Henry Blumen- ll
for the new chapter. The thal of the Florida Times Union; Immediate plans for the
14-member group includes four Billy Boyles and Jerry Gantt of Jacksonville-area chapter include
acting officers: Bill Grove, news Florida Junior College at meetings on February 25 and
director of WJXT-TV, president; Jacksonville; and public relations March 14 at the Florida
Bill Roach, associate professor of man Joseph A. Livingston Jr. Publishing Co., with Carl
journalism and communications Crawford, president of the
at UNF, vice president: Ed The Society of Professional Gainesville chapter, and Profes-
Hagan, director of the communi- Journalists, founded as Sigma sor Wallace Eberhard of the ASK A FRIEND
cations department of Florida Delta Chi, is a professional University of Georgia, regional ORN BEACH
Medical Association, Inc., secre- organization fL r men and women director of SPJ. as speakers.





THE HALYARD-February 20 1974-Page 15

Diaries like valentines: big secret? fla nlR


BY JUDI BENSON fhYl RTS

Is a diary something of the past There is the element in our certain prejudices; through it they
in the category of poodle skirts
and DA's or do people still keep society of depersonalization and were able to keep in touch with
diaries? in an effort to achieve something their growth racially and
personal many people turn to t personally. In many cases it was
Oddl en h a nmber o diary. There is a determination the only "person" they could turn
Oddly enough, ae number of to makean impression, whether it to. "I found my father would no
people do keep diaries and they be on oneself through writing or longer support me in this matter.
are not necessarily as shallow ad on others. There is a great deal of But my diary did support me.'It
lacy as the Vaentine card. change going on and people are was a comfort."
frustrated in an age of computers,
Are diaries like Valentine overpopulation, inflation and Atiother course in which a
cards, professing secret admira- energy crisis. journal is required is "What Is
tion and hidden under lock and Art?" A student who took the
key? course felt it gave .her a greater
sense of awareness. "We see so
The reasons for keeping a diary much in our world that our senses
are varied and at the same time MORE AND MORE books are make a note of but when you have .
reflect the age we live in. being written in an effort to aid to write it down it makes it more
people in the understanding of concrete and it is like reliving
themselves. Books such as certain experiences. It also helps
"I STARTED KEEPNG a diary "Future Shock," "I'm Ok-You're in getting out frustrations- they
whcn I went into the service. Ok" and "Reality Therapy," are come out of you."
There were so many things that being widely read to try and
were changing in my life, not that being widely read the keeping
every day didn't bring change, understand. Thus the keeping
every day idn bing ch e, of a diary is many times an ASIDE FROM THE persona
but the service was a whole new extension ofo this effortetoa sE tRMs THE persona
world. Writing a diary was a kind understand "self." asect there isalso the aspect ofe
of escape."n writing itself.


"Maybe it's my age, but I keep "I try to put down everything I One student keeps what he
a diary just so I can remember am going through. Not the details calls a writer's journal in which he
things. There is so much of events so much but the gut jots down ideas and works on a
happening and so little time that level feeling. What made me greater expression of his
I have to write things down or I'll angry or why I feel depressed. thoughts. "I put down everything
forget them. It seems like the And it really does help in sorting from poetry to short stories to
mind gets boggled with all the out who I am, my growth." simple lines of thought. Some-
events of growth and change in times my best ideas come to me at
our society. I need one constant -night when I am about to fall.
and that's my diary." asleep, but I make myself get up .
Several courses at the and put down something that will
University of North Florida remind me."
"A diary is something personal require a daily journal and
in a depersonalized world. You students who have never had to .
get the feeling that you can be eep a journal are finding it By keeping a journal others and te ly tor, W
going to read it. And being a tbleom 'I'Human Conflict. ini Black & 'im&ha1cs o n.rit in. ndo b .... "' t T dy
Sh is a kind of therapy." White." This journal, aids als been able to draw ideas from
students in thi discovery or what has been written.




Meditation spreads to UNF rBrown-Yessincocert.
m Cfc i BFor further information Rowe set at CIVIC auwiurum
A new campus organization Rowe reports that across the invtes anyone interested t
that is a chapter of thehijual--a- contact him at 246-176a
International Meditation Society U.S. more than 14,000 Americans otat h at
was recently formed at the per month are beginning TM andl, n
University of North Florida. The that no segment of society has William Brown, internationally Dr essin has concertized
society has chapters at over 1,000 Auo 1-a acclaimed tenor and a member of widely and has appeared on
campuses around the country,. been left untouched. The Auubon you ns the music faculty at the numerous network radio and TV
movement first flourished among University of North Florida (UNF) programs. In addition to more
Mr. Randy Rowe who is the younger generation but it has walk UNF rils will appear in a UNF sholaship than thirty-five appearances with
president of theorgnizion spread to congressmen, benefit concert next Tuesday, the Boston Pops Orchestra, he
president iof the organization spread to congressmen, armed 8:15 pi.m. in the Civic Auditorum has been heard as a soloist with
reports that video tapes and films forces officers, businessmen Theatre. other major orchestras, including
as well as introductory talks will housewives and many others. Ten young men from the Junior the New York Philharmonic, the
be held to familiarize interested:- Audubon Society of Duval County o Boston Symphony, and the San
students to the technique of walked the UNF nature trails on Brown will sing works by Bach, Francise Symphony. He has
transcendental meditation (TM). Saturday, Feb. 10. The group was Mozart, Schubert, uparc, Verdi, recorded extensively including an
guided by Roger Sallasof the MoBizeart, Schubeminrtitten and a adbum with Leopold S owsi for
Rowe commented that TM was Sawmill Slough Conservation Biet, Benjamin Britten and a album with Leopold Stokowski forr.
A free introductory talk on TM brought to the U.S. by Maharishi Club. group of spirituals He will be RCA Victor.
assisted at. the piano by Dr.
will be held on February 2i at Mahesh Yogi. He also says that Gerson Yessin, chairman of the
noon in building 3 room 1331. TM is not a technique of mind Fine Arts Department.
te oThe group spent the day on THE CONCET WILL be
control, contemplation or sug- campus and covered the whole presented by Student Activities
gestion. It is not a religion or a nature trail system. Twenty-eight Brown has appeared in eight and all UNF students may pick up
Future plans call for advanced philosophy and requires no species of birds were counted, world and United States pre- one complimentary ticket each in
talks to be given for those who are change in beliefs, attitudes or including the yellow-bellied mieres, one of which marked his the Student Activities Office.
already practicing the technique. life-styles. sapsucker, belted kingfisher, debut with the New York City Additional tickets are on sale i~
palm warbler, and spotted Opera and another debut on ABC the office and will be on sale at
sandpiper. An intensive search Network Television. He has also the door at a charge of $2.00 for
for reptiles was also carried on by sung in concert with the Boston adults and S1.00 for other
JOIN THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF KELLY the group, but the only result was Symphony Orchestra at Tangle- students. Students are urged to
a banded water snake which was wood under Erich Leinsdorf and pick up tickets early in order to
captured, briefly studied and with numerous other orchestras. hear this outstanding artist. All
Like variety? You name it we have it. Temporary and part released, holders of tickets will be assureIt
timne. Convenient areas, best firms, highest pay. Call or stop HE SANG the tenor lead in the a seat in the theatre.
In our friendly ofBce today. "......""'""""".'".. world premiere of the opera JOB
n Sea World and Walt Disney by Herman Berlinski at the John
531 Fla. Natl Bank Bldg. World cards are now available in F. Kemnnedy Arts Center in
the personnel department for all Washington, D.C. in March 1972. Mr. Richer Reisinger, Diredfor
1Career Service, A & P and Brown has just returned from of Student Activities, stated that
354-0111 faculty. See LaVesta Kearns for England where he recorded as all proceeds from ticket sales will
KELLY GI gthe cards or if you desire more soloist with the Londonrds. be contributed to the UNF
[information. I phony for Columbia Recotds. Scholarshi Fund.
.. ... ........ ..... .......................... .,.=__. P
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Page 20-Bcbruary. 29. 1974rilE HALYARD


By TIME Bowmen


place 2nd

Rogers OUT in state
The University of North Florida
Archery Team presently holds
There is a strong possibility that the new World Football League second place in the state in
(WFL) franchise in Florida may be located in Jacksonville. The only inter-collegiate competition. In
problem is whether Jacksonville will make a good location for the the State Indoor Collegiate
Sharks (as the team is to be called). Archery Match held at Orlando on
ix Feb. 9 and 10, UNF placed
second, with a 1497 score,
The WFL Sharks will have a first class site to play their games in the surpassed only by the team from
Gator Bowl in a 70,000 plus-seat-stadium conveniently located in the the University of Florida, scoring
city. 1564 points.
Del Whittle of the UNF
Women's Team took third place
TIhe Jacksonville metropolitan area has thousands of sports buffs in the women's individual
whiting for a chance to see a winning professional football team, and in matches.
this lies the problem. Others competing in .the
Orlando match were Jackie Bell,
IN THE PAST (and the present) local sports enthusiasts have proven Terry Fehrs, Claude Gardner,
to be enthusiastic only when the local team is winning and winning Richard Kilbride, Gene Martine
big. and Cary Williams. The faculty
advisor for the team is Michael
Prime examples are the Jacksonville hockey and baseball teams and Argento, assistant director of
the University of Florida football team. However, the best example of Student Activities.
all is the Jacksonville University basketball team. With almost three THE ACCOMPANYING photo-
times as many chalk marks in the win column as losses, the Dolphins graph shows Williams, holding
have come to face strong criticism and poor fan support. the result of his "Robin Hood"
shot. After placing his first arrow
Most cities with a big time basketball team having even a fair year in the bull's-eye, Williams
pack their field houses to the rafters. The Colliseum often goes begging U a C Wll s l t proceeded to shoot the next one
because the team has not been playing UCLA class ball. UNF archer y W ams displys the results of his mksmeship at squarely into the shaft of the first
the recent Inter-colleglate competition in Orlando. lockinthe two secure together
staff photo by Don RInshaw locking the two securely together.
The next meet will be an
WHAT WOULD happen if a professional football team came to town outdoor state invitational shoot at
and failed to be a winner from the first game on? Would the f Gainesville on Feb. 23. Sometime
enthusiasts do as Atlanta's did for the falcons and provide support in March UNF will be hosting a
anyway? Or would they revert to the past and let the new franchise meet to be held at the Fort
either die a slow financial death or move on to greener pastures? Caroline Archery Club.

The guess here is that if the team wins its first three games at home astm e r
it can make it through the first season. After the first season, should ,A uwestr i chw
the team show that it can hold its own with other teams in the league,
then we may well be on our way to becoming a big league town. The JackSunville Classic will be Not only will some of the best excitement is the Jacksonville
held at Gator Downs racetrack, horses and riders in America Children's Museum.
Feb. 17-25. compete, but also present will be General admission will be $1.
If the Sharks flounder in search of their initial win, then they 'may equestrian teams from Canada, Also available will -be tables
soon bec6ife the Sharks of some other city in Florida. Jacksonville has once again Mexico, Venezuela, and Puerto located between the show rings.
proved to be the Bold New City of Rico. These tables will be covered by a
.--- -the South by hosting the first large tent and soft drinks will be
major horse show of the year. The beneficiary of all this provided

Bowlers win SE berth
The University of North Florida them to compete in the regional
has a bowling team. In fact the tournament along with UNF.
UNF bowlers have won a berth in They will be the only two Florida
the South Eastern regional schools in the tourney.
tournament to be held in ll
tournament to be held in At Gainesville, UNF also ILE HOME VILLAGE
Tallahassee Friday and Saturday. At Gapiesvtle, UNF also OBILE HOME VILLAGE"
Tallahasee Friday and Saturday. competed in table tennis and
Tom Fowler of UNF had the billards, along with bowling.
highest individual score in the Among the other 16 colleges and Need 8 Home?
association of College Unions-In- universities competing were H I
ternational (ACU-1) tournament universities competing were Have a Credit Problem?
international (ACU-sville. )tournament Santa Fe Community College, Have a Credit Problem?
in Gainesville. Florida Tech., FSU, U of F, USF,
In the ACU-1 bowling competi- and The University of Miami. Instant Credit
tion, the team with the highest
individual score and the team A table is being set up in the Move in Today
with the highest team score goes breezeway by the Students
on to the regional tournament. Activities Office for students,
Florida State University had the faculty. and staff interested in a C l Janie today at 641-1544
highest team score which entitles bowling club.



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Page 16-February 20, 1974-THE HALYARD

Horror abounds in "Exorcist" Wat:the plumbing
BY HAROLD MORGAN Gr
lde R -, ngto Greece?
Two thousand years ago the A LONG LINE for the city's lengthy dialogues between Regan
Romans fed Christians to lions premiere performance created and Karras BY CAROLYN ENYON
to pass a dull afternoon or anxiety among patrons and sketchy sequences, relying upon
evening with the exciting worries about tickets being make-up and Miller to fill the
spectacle of horror and blood, available. Other rumors heard gap. So you're going on the tripto TISSUE PAPER in public
Civilization has come a long way filtering through the crowd were: Veteran actor Max Vn Lydow you're T.W.As restrooms is usually not tissue atblic
since those gorey days. Celluloid -"The little girl playing Regan had as Father Merrin, the archeolo- to Athens some o of it is akin to brownT
Getawayrestrooms is usually not tissue at
images replace characters and a nervous, breakdown after the gist who found the stone, is bread andwine a few drachmas ba
blood, the Coliseum has been production," and, "None of the excellent. His reintroduction as and hours to gaze at the Acropolis aper bags, and some of it is a
shrunk, enclosed, and manufac- actors can sleep at night." So I an accomplished exorcist e and sit in the sidewalk cafes a e o.
turned on every corner. But still was set for something at least me as an amazing coincidence, that's all you'll need to be happy that bothers you,bring yourown.
horror is made a spectacle and bizzare enough to generate such but Merrin is the God-figure in Greece right? The bathrooms will usually be
"The Exorcist" may bring us .rumors. against the demon. This is the The bathrooms will usually be
kThe Exorcist mayo bldg us o rmors. extent of Friedkin's moral plot. under the jurisdiction of an
A few years ago William Peter The proverbial carrot-on-astick If not for what Miller and Von Wrong. attendant. Some attendants eat
Blatty wrote a book about a was skillfully held out for us to Lydow bring to their characters, lunch right at their desks, a habit
twelve-year-old girl, Rean Mac- almost nibble. First the unlikely the movie may well have been you will praise after arriving at
Neil, whbecame possessed by a discovery of an evil trinket by an totally trash. Each actor stimu- Sooner or later, you're going to one or two facilities and finding
demon. The book was called, archeologist-priest in Iraq. Then a lates believability, despite the have to go to the bathroom. And, them closed for two hours so the
"The Exorcist," a, d focused series of quickly changing scenes: vague script. in my opinion, there are few attendant can eat lunch out.
upon the characters who were Who-o-o-m, a subway car opens a DICK SMITH'S MAKE-UP of things more terrifying than
t c i things more terrifying
affected by the possessing scene; Bang, a car is being Regan and Marcel Vercoutere's confronting a strange plumbing
demon. destroyed by young ghetto special effects reinforced the system. If you're touring Greece When the bathrooms include a
LAST YEAR, William Friedkin dwellers. The most skillful horror subtle, though most of for the first time, you probably partitioned urinal for men, the
directed the Warner Bros. film suspense-suspension took place the premiere audience did not see prepared for the language barrier urinal is free. The booths are
Production of that book. Friedkin, in the attic of the MacNeil's their names roll on the screen, to some extent, and you eagerly actually small rooms containing a
aided by Blatty; turned the study Georgetown, Va. home. Strange most hurried out exhausted. anticipated the famous Greek toilet and a sink -- and a draft on
of possession upon others into a noisess bring Chris to the attic,. For a moment, without salads and ouzo. But the the legs.
visualization of Regan's demon, searching for rats. For a long, analyzing "The Exorcist" as good plumbing?
green slimei and all. By the- dramatic moment Chris follows or bad, think what this film does.

movie's end, I felt like a guinea her candle light a ss the It commercializes blood. Televi-find
pig in a Clockwork Orange-type darkness. Closer, closer she sion has football players It is not always easy to find
theater. Shocked to a degreeof moves to the source of the sound, smacking hell out of each other No! public toilets. But, most of the
tremor, I felt more pity for myself then, "Flash," light fills the every week for six months, music THOSE CLEVE GUIDE- facilities are clean, and the ones
Chris, her THOSE CLEVER GUIDE. sure to b
than for Regan; Chris, her screen. The audience gasps, but has Alice Cooper puking music BOOKS and sophisticated travel tidto be
mother; or the unfortunate Father it is the butler sticking his head 'from electric monsters, and now magazines are not going to help.
Karras. and flashlight into the attic, the film industry has joined the Could it be that those sick travel
If the film's objective is solely Everyone laughs with relief, and rest of the entertainment field writers ha never rambled down
to horrify and wrinkle one's liver, waits for the show to really begin. filling ou lives with realistic out-of-the-way alleys, leg pressed YOU CAN FIND what you
then I say, Bravo I The Fviolence. DoesAthatsay something against leg? re looking for aroundthe tourist
Exorcist" will certainly be my FATHER KARRAS, brought about Americans? Are we really
selection for 'The Gofather to life by Jason Miller, indeed modern Romans with our attractions and in big stores, a
Award' for violence;. The comes across as a man of doubts, two-hundred year-old Republic weak but desperate smile and a
suspense started building even but the film audience is never told drowning in blood in an Greece, you. will need to know, lot of gestures will generally get
before one entered the theatre. why. Friedkin butchered the air-conditioned coliseum? before you leave is blessed with a you pointed in the right direction.
............ e e e t ..;.. .:...; .:.;. ...:.. : wide assortment of plumbing. All
a et of it probably strange to you.
Most Greek toilets operate on the
A r Calend o en pressure principle. Some American visitors to
rts C a-r en Athens, particularly the young
ones and the tour-happy older,
Wednesday February 20- Liberace : 8:30 p.m. Auditorium oe a t t ones, seem hnerttouleap, their
Thursday February 21 FSU Dance Theatre (free) 8:15 p.m. Audit. Theatre When youth unsuspectin American Express office Po
Funny Thing Happened on Way 8:30 p.m. Thunderbird tourist, push the handy lever sibly, that's because their big,
to Forum attached to the tank, the ldean bathrooms are free!
a Ri H compressed air forces the water
Friday February 22 Students of Prof. Murray Recital 4:15 p.m. JU Recital Hall into the bowl below. Usually, you
will need to keep the lever y
Saturday February 23 Opera Workshop, 2 one-act operas 8 p.m. JU Swisher Auditorium willdepressed until eethe flushinger NEED
Wrestling 8:15 p.m. Coliseum action is finished. Failure to C M IN
Eric Weissberg&Deliverance (TBA) Auditorium observe this nicety frequently I
SSunday February 24 Auditiosfor "The In-Law Game" 2:30 p.m. Theatre Jax. gives tourists a dirty name. (If
Ice Hockey, Barons vs Virginia 7:30 p.m. Coliseum you know what I mean.) You will
also need to stand back, because
Greek toilets as a rule, flush To buy
Monday February 25 Basketball, JU vs Cincinnati 8 p.m. Coliseum vigorously. Lokig for a books, acar?
Tuesday February 26 Symphony Orchestra Auditorium
U.N.F. presents Dr. Yessin with 8:15 p.m. Audit. Theatre
William Brown (free to students) Occasionally, you will encount-
er American-type gravity toilets, T
Wednesday February 27 Royal Lipizzan Stallion Show 8 p.m. Coliseum but they will sometimes fool you T
by appearing leverless. Then, kS in
Thursday February 28 Wrestling 8:15 p.m. Coliseum loo for a discreet chrome knob on
The Masters World of Kung Fu (TBA) Auditorium the top of the tank. Push or pull THE HALYARDS
the knobpl.asifh Atk rt isiAg
Friday March 1 Nikki Giovanni, Violinist Auditorium tOlhn S
March 1-3 Rock Show 7:30 p.m.. Coliseum
March 1-3 Sports and Camping Show Exhibition Hall Cn st f- a cn s w~n
1S cats a wntd for two coamneus
ibwa isrte or a1wrh). wthifmou
Saturday March 2 WQIK Shower of Stars Festival Coliwum aCdvlWtSW lW S k o.r M, 1 o. Ci s
Sunday March 3 JU Faculty Trio Concert 3 p.m. Recital Hall Reprints of all Halyard photos. p-vnrm m t ocmpamnmr o'dlr.
U.N.F. '(TBA) Audit. Theatre available. For more information
contact: The Halyard office or call u. HAL YA D #sr rs the right
646-2817. toactsoiasue of th *
Monday March 4 Basketball, JU vs Houston 8 p.m. Coliseum .---taoMrof y and
Movie "Baby Doll" (free) 7:45 p.m. Downtown Library FOR SALE Realistic/BSR d~,as o dP Me.mited fd r
Lab24A turntable, base, dust
Tuesday March 5 Ice Hockey, Barons vs Springfield 7:30 Coliseum cover plus SHURE M75E and a 'Ud te a ila h to edi,
T M47E cartridges. $50. Also. U.S. revis., or redct -y cop, or
Wednesday March 6 Ice Hockey, Barons vs Springfield 7:30 p.m. Coliseum Divers Mark IV speargun, 36" Ircon r ad
Thursday March 7 Sally O'Reilly, Violinist Audit. Theatre MODELS NEEDED for photo-
___ graphy. No experience needed. D; # e for Classw Ad
Call Joey at 384-5288. for ar is
Coming in March: SPORTSWRITERS--The Halyard oewty, FebMry 2a
Sis looking for persons to cover the
JU Students' Art Exhibit local scene. If interested in Contact* THE HALYARD
Holiday On Ice with Snoopy sportswriting, contact The Hal- Room 1f, B*. S
Lawrence Welk at the yard office, building 003, room
Lawrence Welk at the Coliseum 1361.
Pg makup by Judi Bnon, Crolyn Kenyon, Luather Anthony Cone Hoffman. Shirte Cobi. Lynn Woodbrdge.




THE HALYARD-Fcbruary 20,' 1974-Page 17



Spring Term courses listed for registration




Registration for the spring quarter begins
Tuesday, March 5, Registrar Betty Crippen
has announced.


Currently enrolled students will register on
March 5 and 6, while new and former
students may register March 12.
SECTION COURSE T iE
NUMBER DEPT NUM COURSE TITLE QH BLOCK DAYS BLDG/ROOM INST
Each individual should receive a specific 12210 BUL 422 BUSINESS LAW II 5 5 M F 820/ SCR
appointment from the Office of Student 23010 RUL 530 LA BUSIN ENVIO 5 10 T R 003/1351 KAJ
846010 BUL 960 BUS LAW FOP INDIVID 5 10 T k 009/2101 ;,IO
Records by February 28," according to Ms. COOPERATIVE EDUCATION COURSES UNIVERSITY COURSES
Crippen. 850017 COE 300 EXPERIENTIAL STUDIES 0 TBA/ BOC
850117 COE 301 EXPERIENTIAL STUDIES 1 TBA/ 80C
850217 COE 302 EXPERIENTIAL STUDIES 2 TBA/ 90C
B50217 COE 302 EXPERIENTIAL STUDIES 2 TPA/ SOC
A listing of course offerings for the spring 850317 COE 303 EXPERIENTIAL STUDIES 3 TBA/ SOC
quarter follows. COMMUNICATION COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
C00410 COM 304 WRITING PROSE 5 10 T R 008/2117 TIE
*C11719 COM 417 NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION V 6 T R 003/2331 RWJ
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 3
*C18513 CON 485 SE:MPAG/FEAT WRITING 5 10 T P 004/1303 aPwJ
SC19019 COM 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ SJ
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 3 TO 5
*C37413 COM 674 BUSINESS COMM & INFO 5 15 NW 003/1301 ARR
THE 'JNIVEPSITY .OF NORTH tLUwO1i%
LT OF CR S G Q R 94 ECON AND BUS STUDIES COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
LIST OF COUSSFS FnR SPRING QUARTER 1974
*C78019 EC8 580 SEMINA: ST ECO & BUS V 17 M W 004/1303 SAL
SECTION: COUkSE TIIiE VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 5
NUM(9ER DEPT MUM COJRSF TITLE OH SLOCK DAYS qLDG/00 INST *C99019 ECB 590 INDEPENDENT STUDY V 17 M W 004/1303 SAL
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 5
ACCOUNTING COJRSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ECONOMIC COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
*A00113 ACC 301 INTEREOIATE ACC 5 1? T , 003/2241 W"FK 000110 ECO 301 INTER MACROECONOMICS 5 4 T Q 003/2431 SHS
A00710 ACC 307 FEdEPAl INCOME TAX 5 4 T 008/2101 KAJ 000120 ECO 301 INTER MACROECONOMICS 5 10 T R 817/ SHS
A0070P ACC 307 FEDERAL INCOME TAX 12 T 009/2121 SEJ 000310 ECO 303 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS 5 9 M w F 004/1231 DAL
*A05113 ACC 351 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 5 T P 008/1101 C1D 002010 ECO 320 AMER ECON HISTORY 5 3 r W F 004/1241 PEJ
*An5123 ACC 351 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 5 17 008/1141 COD D03010 ECO 330 LABOR ECONOMICS 5 5 M W F 004/1241 TRE
A10210 ACC 402 COST ANALYSIS 5 6 T 006/1141 ,SFJ 005010 ECO 350 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 5 15 M W 004/1241 PLJ
A10220 ACC 402 COST A4IALYSIS 5 10 T 00/2121 EK 010110 ECO 401 MONETARY ECONOMICS 5 6 T R 003/1331 SHS
A10310 ACC 403 ACC FOL POLICY DECTS 5 12 T : 009/1141 14 010310 ECO 403 BUS COND FORECAST 5 7 M W F 819/ DEJ
A12110 ACC 4.21 ACC & FIN INFOFR: SYS 5 3 ,f F 008/1141 JOJ *019019 ECO 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ PEJ
A18910 ACC 489 SE-MINAF.: ACC PHO0LE. 5 5 M w F 00/1141 JOJ VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
A18920 ACC 489 SEMINAR: ACC P-ROLE, 5 17 M N 008/2121 JOJ n20110 ECO 501 INTRO ECON ANALYSIS- 5 17 M V 819/ PLJ
*419913 ACC 499 INIOEPEnDOEIT STUDY 5 TRA/ A4r 030110 ECO S01 ECO1 OF RUSIN DECIS 5 17 M N 820/ DAL
020110 ACC 501 BASIC ACCOUNTING 5 15 003/2241 COD *D39019 ECO 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY V T8A/. EJ
A30110 ACC 501 FIN-4NCIAL ACC 5 5 M F 008/1101 "'C VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
A30120 ACC 501 FINANCTAL ACC 5 15 i 008/1141 rEn 04610 ECO 961-. POVERTY IN THE U.S. 5 ..4 T R 008/1101 LL
A30210 ACC 502 COST ANALYSIS 5 17 M 008/1101 .'DEr.
A30310 ACC 503 ACC FOR POLICY DECIS 5 10 T 00/110i1 *A39913 ACC 599 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 TBA/ t
ART COURSES COLLEGE OF APTS AND SCIENCFS 0809110 EDA 601 INTRO EDUC ADMINIST 5 15 M W 008/2121 ROA
D80310 EDA 503 SECONDARY SCH ADMIN 5 10 9 003/1341 HET
-4*+ 1513 APT 315 RENDERING TECHNIt~JE 5. 6 T R 004/1101 POL) 12 1 003/1341
8 T / 004/1101 *080513 EnA. 605 SYST DEV: ED ACCOUNT 5 20 S 817/ HAA.
A52213 APT 322 ART HISTORY II 5 5 i .* F 003/1351 PET 080810 EDA 608 INSTRUCTION SUPER 5 10 T 003/1341 HET
*A55113 APT 351 PAInTING 5 7 a F 0G4/1101 CHC 12 T 003/1341
9 1 C 004/1101 081110 EDA 511 PEHF OBJ:OEVELOP/USE 5 10 T 003/2321 .CH
*A57113 ART 371 CERAMICS 5 10 T : 004/1101 :'CK 12 T 003/2321
12 T c 004/1101 P01120 EDA 611 PEF. OBJ:DEVELOP/USE 5 20 S 818/ MCH
H*A61413 ART 414 PACKAGE DESIGN 5 2 T 3 004/1101 POD *DP9013 EDA 590 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 TBA/ -OA
4 T < 004/1101 U089119 EDA 591 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TPA/ POA
*A69019 ART 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ TBA VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
VARIABLE HOUP3 RANGPE IS 1 TO 5
AQ6010 ART 960 EXPERIENCES IN ART 5 6 T P 003/1351 -,CK INTERDEPARTMENTAL EDUC. COURSES COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
A96310 ART 963 AFRICA:ART-MYTHOLOGY 5 4 T 0 03/1351 IC
A07010 ART 970 ITAL RENAISSANCE AT 5 3 ', F 003/1351 9ET E00O10 EDU 300 INTRO EDU 5 6 T 819/ ASA
497210 ART 972 CONTEMPOR EXPERIENCE 5 15 ,4 A 004/1101 CHC E00110. EOU 301. GEN METHD CURRIC I 5 ,4 T R 816/ JAD
A97310 ART 973 THE GREEK EXPERIENCE 5 9 N v F 003/2311 LOR F00120 EDU 301 GEN METHD CUPRIC I 5 11 M 004/1307 KOn
#*A98113 ART 981 THEATRE WORKSHOP II 5 12 T P 003/1371 nEJ 13 M 004/1307
17 4A 003/1371 +F10110 EDU 401 MEANS EVALU IN EDUC 5 M DCC/0022 CAJ
E11110 EOU 411 GEN MTHDS CURRI II 5 4 T 9 817/ POR
6USIMESS LAW COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADOAINISTPATION E11120 EDU 411 GEN iTHDS CURRI II 5 5 '4 W.F 819/ 808.
E11130 EDU 411 GEN MTHDS CUPRI II 5 9 N W F 819/ BOR
902010 SUL 320 BUSINESS LAN I 5 4 T ,4 008/2117 In +E28010 EDU 580- SE:VOC CURPI/HETARD 5 R DCC/0032 TBA
602020 BUL 320 BUSINESS LAW I 5 6 T u 820/ IID E28020 FOU 580 SE:4:STUDY IN EDUC 5' 12 T R 818/ SIJ
P02030 BUL 320 BUSINESS LAW I 5 17 M 817/ EON E30110 EDU 601 GEN EDUC COMPETEN 5 10 T R 820/ CAJ
E-30210 EDU 602 GEN EDUC COMPETE 5 15 0M N 004/1307 FGP
# STUDENTS MUST RESERVE TIME BLOCKS 10 AND 15 FOR REHEARSALS ++-E30310 EDJ 603 GEN EDUC COMPETE 5 13. M CRP/ STW
"DEPARTMENTAL APPROVAL REQUIRED 15 C;R/
STUDENT MUST REGISTER FOR CORRESPONDING LAB F30410 EDU 604 CONT MTHD:CURRIC/TCH 5 20 S 818/ rCH
+ CMSS EETS 1:30 4:30 P.M. E30420 EDU 604 CONT MTHD:CURRIC/TCH 5 10 T 003/2321 ;CH
++ CLASS MEETS 9:00 11:45 A.M. 12 T 003/2321
*E31313 EDU 613 PPE-SERV TCHER SUPER 5 TBA/ TBA '"
*F31323 EDU 513 PRE-SERV TCHER SUPER 5 15 w 008/2117 TBA-
17. W 008/2117
*E39013 EDU 590 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 TBA/ TBA
E46010 EDU 960 CRISIS:EDUC CHANGE 5 8 T N 818/ HE.
l d y SPECIAL EDUCATION COURSES COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
y 70010 EEC 500 INTRO SPECIAL EDUC 5 13 M 008/1101 SCV
S. 15 5 008/1101
S wEi70110. EEC 501 SPEC ED COWP'REG TCH 5.- 8 T 003/2331 SCV
H I0' S0 T 003/2331
to w th d ra w 70210 EEC 502 BEH MAN:MAL-AD/DSRUP 5 13 00o/1101 SiR
15 w 008/1101
E71010 EEC 510 LANS DEV/COMM DISORD 5 8 3 816/ 0G5 "
The last day for students to Any student wishing to 10 16/
withdraw from classes without an withdraw must do so through her ++ CLASS MEETS AT REGIONAL COMMUNITY CENTER FOR MENTAL RETARDATION \
assigned "F" is this Friday. office by Friday. DEPARTMENTAL APPROVAL REQUIRED
Margene Randolph, student A student will be assigned an ** STUDENT MUST REGISTER FOR CORRESPONDING LAB
records and registration supervi- "F" for the course if he or she + CLASS MEETS 4:30 8:40 P.M. AT DARNELL COOKMAN CENTER
sor, issued this reminder last discontinues attendance and does
week to all faculty. not officially withdraw by Friday.





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Her e oare more course listmngs...



SECTION COURSE TIME SECTION COURSE TIME

NUMBER DEPT EUM COURSE TITLE OH BLOCK DAYS BLDG/ROOM INST NUMBSECT DEPTH COURSE TITLE H BLOCK DAYS BLDG/ROOM INS
100410 HIS 304 AFRO-AMa SIN EMANCI 5 3 N W F 003/2331 SCO E71210 EEC 512 PSYC/EOtLEARNG DISA8 5 20 S 816/ STW
100510 HIS 305 CITY IN AMER HIST 5 6 T R 003/2431 CNJ E71310 EEC 513 PSYC/EDIEMOTION DIST 5 8 R 003/2331 SCv
101010 HIS 310 EUROPE:MEDIEVAL-MOD 5 9 M W F 003/2431 PAA 003/2331 SCV
116610 HIS 466 EUROPE SINCE WW I 5 4 T R 004/1?41 CLO *E80513 EEC 605 SPEC ED COMPETENCIES 5 10 003/2331
*118013 HIS 480 SEMINAR: SFNIOR 5 TBA/ ;AA 10 T 816/
*118319 HIS 483 SEM:ORAL HISTORY V 11 A W F 003/1301 SCD *E80613 EEC 606 SPEC ED COMPETENCIES 5 13 M 004/1303 GOB
VARIABLE HOURS RANeE IS 2 TO 5 15 M 004/1303
118510 HIS 485 SEMICOLD WAR CRISES 5 17 M W 004/1241 LET *E81013 EEC 610- TCHIN6 SEVER IMPAIR 5 13 M 004/1303 TBA
*119019 HIS 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TPA/ CRJ 15 w 004/1303
146410 IS 64 w AFRICAN HIS & CULT VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 5 E84210 EEC 642 COMM'HEARN6 IMPAIRED 5 12 T P 003/2431 TRA
146410 HIS 64W AFRICAN HIS & CULT 5 7 M W F 816/ SCD + *E87513 EEC 675 PRACI SPECIAL EDUC 5 8 T, CMR/ GOB
147010 HIS 970 THE MIDDLE EAST 5 15 N w 003/2331 KAA 10 T CMR/
INSURANCE COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION *E89019 EEC 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO

151010 INS 310 RISK MANAGEMENT 5 4 T R 004/1231 CLP ELEMENTARY EDUCATION COURSES -COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
151020 INS 310 RISA MANAGEMENT 5 10 T 004/1307 CLO
162210 INS 422 LIABILITY INSURANCE 5 12 T R 3819/ CLR F02110 EEL 321 COM SKILLS LANG ARTS 5 15 N k 003/2311 MId
*I69019 INS 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ YIP -0/+1F02213 EEL 322 CON PROCi READING I 5 T0A/ SId
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5 #*FO2313 EEL 323 CON PROC: READING II 5 TBA/ HEN
*189019 INS 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY V T9A/ VIP #FO2320 EEL 323 CON PROC: READING II 5 15 M b 816/ CHE
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5 F03110 EEL 331 COM PROC: MATH 5 5 M W F 818/ STR

LAND ECONOMICS COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION F04110 EEL 341 ENVIRO STUA SCI 5 M W F 003/1331 BA
J01010 LEC 310 LAND ECONOMICS 5 4 T R 003/2311 OP F07513 EEL 375 PRACT IST JUNIOR YEAR ST M F TB003/1341 SCL
J02010 LEC 320 URS LDIPLAN/DEVELOP 5 15 N W 004/1231 ;.0k F07520 EEL 375 PRACT I JUNIOR YEAR 5 TA/ A
J16010 LEC 460 MAR & MAN: REAL PROP 5 17 N W 003/1331 PO 11110 E EL 411 EARLY CHILD EDUC I 5 4 T 004/1303
*J19019 LEC 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ 0 +- I17113 EEL 471 COM PROCs MUSIC 5 TBA/ HOD
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5 F17120 EEL 471 COM PROC: MUSIC 5 8 TR 004/1307 HOD
*J39019 LEC 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ ro4 T o7213 EEL 472 CON PROC AT 5 TBA/ OS
VARIABLE HMURS RANGE Is 1 TO 5 F17220 EEL 472 COM PROC: APT 5 2 T R 004/1303 9OS

LIBRARY SCIENCE COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES *F19019 EEL 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY VEACH 15 TBA/ TCA
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*J50113 LIS 301 BIBL10G/REFERENCE II 2 TSA/- 1I @ F30110 EEL 501 INNOVA TREND/EL SCH 5 T DCC/0022 SAD
J50210 LIS 302 INTRO LIB MAT/ACQUIS 5 8 T k 003/1301 FAA F37310 EEL 673 PROS FOR THING READ 5 15 M 008/2117 G0
LITERATURE COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES *F37613 EEL 676 PROFESS LAB EXPERIEN 5 17 M TBA/117 TA
*F39019 EEL 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY -V TBA/ wCA
K01710 LIT 317 AMER: OREISER-JONES 5 10 T P 003/2431 SL F3919EEL69 INDEPENDENTSTUDY VTBA/ CA
K02710 LIT 327 BRIT:CONRAD-BECKETT 5 5 M F 003/2331 7IP VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*K03613 LIT 336 WRITERS WORKSHOP 5 12 T 003/1321 SL* SECONDARY EDUCATION COURSES COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
K10110 LIT 401 LITERARY INTERPRETAT 5 15 w 003/1381 HAS
K12510 LIT 425 MYT4 IN LIT 5 11 1 W F 004/1231 MAC *F57519 ESE 375 PROFESS LAB EXPERIENCE V TBA/ TBA
K13010 LIT 430 ENGLISH MEDIEVAL LIT 5 7 14 k F 004/1231 TIE VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
K14010 LIT 440 ENGLISH NOVEL 5 4 T 818/ AS F65110 ESE 451 SPEC MTHDSt SOC ST 5 IS M 818/ T E
K15910 LIT 459 AMER LITERARY MOTIFS 5 9 MN F 816/ SLW *F67513 ESE 475 STUDENT TEACHING 15 TBA/ T8A
f REGISTRATION MUST INCLUDE ALL THREE COURSES
T CLASS MEETS 4:30 8:40 P.M. AT DARNELL COOKMAN CENTER
DEPARTMENTAL APPROVAL REQUIRED DEPARTMENTAL APPROVAL REQUIRED
** STUDENT MUST REGISTER FOR CORRESPONDING LAB ** STUDENT MUST REGISTER FOR CORRESPONDING LAB
+ CLASS MEETS AT REGIONAL COMMUNITY CENTER FOR MENTAL RETARDATION
*K19019 LIT 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V 3 TO T 4+ REGISTRATION MUST INCLUDE BOTH COURSES AND SECTION P01613
VAwIABLE HOURS RAsAE Is. 3 TO 5
*K20019 LIT 500 TOPICS IN LITERATURE V 8 T R 003/1371 'AS *F69019 ESE 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ ;CA
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 3 TO 5 VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
K47210 LIT 972 THE- BEAD GAME 5 ,3, M. % F 003/1371, TIE *F87513 ESE 675 PROFESS LAB EXPERIEN 5 TA/ TBA
K47310 LIT 973 LIT OF EASTERN WORLD 5 5 M 4 F .003/1301 PAS *F89019 ESE 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ tCA
K47510 LIT 975 MENMONSTERS&GODS 5 9 4 3 F 003/1371 !,CP VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
K47610 LIT 976 WOMEN;PAST-PRES-FUT 5 6 T, w 004/1303 CLD
VOCATIONAL & TECHNICAL EDUCATION COURSES COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
MANAGEMENT COJRSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
G00710 EVO 307 UTILIZ VOC TCH AIDS 5 10 T R 003/2311 GEP
KS1210 MAN 312 ADMINIS MANAGE 5 5 M w F 003/2311 PIP +600910 EVO 309 SYSTEMAT ORGAN INSTR 5 4 DCC/0019 -US
K51220 MAN 312 ADMINIb MANAGE 5 12 T 9 820/ FOO 011510 EVO 415 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUC I 5 15 M W 003/1341 WlN
K51230 MAN 312 ADMINIS MANAGE 5 9 M 4 F 003/1331 IR G 611810 EVO 418 PRINC BUSINESS EDUC 5 13 M W F 003/1341 PRE
K61210 MAN 412 PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT 5 15 H W 008/1181 ,JEK *611913 EVO 419 MTHDS C MAT: TCH BUS 5 10 T 003/1311 ARF
K61610 MAN 416 LABOR RELATIONS 5 5 m W F 003/1381 JEK 612110 EVO 421 PROS DESIGN MANAGE 5 15 i W 003/1341 wI
K62210 MAN 422 ORGANIZATION THEORY 5 7 N w F 003/2241 -EP *G17513 EVO 475 STUDENT TEACHING 15 TBA/ BRE
K64210 MAN 442 ADMIN DECISION-MAKIN 5 4 T 4 003/1371 FOR *519013 EVO 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY. 5 TRA/ GEP
K64410 MAN 444 INTRO TO MAN SCIENCE 5 3 M F 003/2431 FPI +620710 EVO 507 SELECT/GUID-VOC STU 5 W DCC/0019 PUS
K64420 MAN 444 INTRO TO MAN SCIENCE 5 12 T.R 003/2331 .*CF *638013 EVO 680 SEM:VOCATION/TECH ED S 12 T P 817/ GEP
K65210 MAN 452 BUSINESS POLICY 5 6 T P 003/1371 TOw *639019- EVO 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ RUS
K65220 MAN 452 BUSINESS POLICY 5 10 T 003/1301 TowI VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*K69019 MAN 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ ACF
VAkIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
fK81610 MAN 616 ADV TOPICS LBR RELAT 5 9 M 003/1351 JEK
11 M W 003/1351 651110 FIM 311 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 5 3 M. F 008/1101 mCR
4+-185410 MAN 654 ADV BUSINESS POLICY 5 7 M W 003/1351 VAM 051120 FIM 311 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 5 4 T R 008/1141 HR
K85420 MAN 654 ADV BUSINESS POLICY 5 17 M W 003/1321 VAN 651130 INM 311 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 5 12 T s 008/1101 wYR
*K89219 MAN 692 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ mCF G81110 FIM 611 ADV FINAN MANAGE 5 10 T R 008/1141 ARP
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
K97010 MAN 970 EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES 5 4 T 008/1181 TOW FINANCE COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
MARKETING COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINGS ADMINISTRATION HO1010 FIN 310 FINANCIAL INSTIT 5 10 T P 004/1241 KIP
*H19019 FIN 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ KIP
L02110 MAR 321 PROD-MARK-LOG-PRIN 5 3 M 4 F 820/ SON VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
L02120 MAR 321 PROP-MARK-LOG-PRIN 5 6 T 818/ SOR *H39019 FIN 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ KIP
L02130 MAR 321 PROO-MARK-LOG-PRIN 5 7 M 4 F 003/1341 NYD VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
L02140 MAR 321 PRO-MARK-LOG-PRIN 5 10 T H 003/1321 7AN H46010 FIN 960 FAMILY FINANCE 5 3 N N F 817/ JOC
L12110 MAR 421 MAR RESEARCH & INFO 5 6 T R 004/1307 ZAN
L13510 MAR 435 CONSUMER BEHAVIOR 5 4 T H 003/1301 SOP HEALTH COURSES COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
L14110 MAR 441 MAR MAN:POLICY/PROG 5 15 N W 003/1321 SAL
*L19319 MAR 493 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ ?'CF H55110 HEN 351 COMMA HEALTH ORGANIZE 5 7 M N F 003/1331 NEJ
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5 H55210 HEN 352 PUBLIC HEALTH EOUC 5 3 M N F 003/2321 PRI
L34310 MAR 643 MAR MANAGE & INSTIT 5 15 NM 003/1351 tYD H56010 HEN 360 FIRST AID LAB 3 11 M N F 003/2241 ERI
*L39319 MAR 693 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ -CF *H67513 HEN 475 STUDENT TEACHING 15 TBA/ BRI
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5 *H67613 HEN 476 COMM SERVICE INTERN 15 TRA/ NEJ
*H69013 HEN 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 TBA/ NEJ
MILITARY SCIENCE COURSES UNIVERSITY COURSES
HISTORY COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

+ CLASS MEETS 2:15 4:20 P.M.
DEPARTMENTAL APPROVAL REQUIRED + CLSS MTS 4:30- 8:40 P.M. AT DARMCOOtM iCENER
** STUDENT MUST REGISTER FOR CORRESPONDING LAB DEPARTMENTAL APPROVAL REQUIRED
-I++ CLASS MEETS 12:00 2:05 P.H. ** STUDENT MUST REGISTER FOR CORRESPONDING LAB





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SECTION COURSE TIME PHYSICAL EDUCATION COURSES COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
NUMBER DEPT MUM COURSE TITLE QH BLOCK DAYS BLDG/ROOM INST
P00210 PHE 302 KINESIOLOGY LAB 5 3 M W F 003/2311 TAT
L50510 MIS 305 THRY/DYNAM-MILIT II 2 4 R 004/1116 TBA P00310 PHE 303 KINESTHESIS LAB I 5 5 M W F 003/2321 PED
L68010 MIS 480 SEM4MILIT LDER/MANAG 2 6 P 817/ TBA P01510 PHE 315 SPORTS OFFICIATING 3 13 M W F 003/2331 LAB
+*P01613 PHE 316 HLT'4& P Es ELEM SCH 5 TBA/ FLB
MATHEMATICAL SCIENCE COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES *P01623 PHE 316 HLTH & P Es ELEM SCH 5 5 M W F 003/2241 FLB
P01630 PHE 316 HLTi4 SP E: ELEM SCH 5 15 M W 003/2431 LAB
M00110 MSC 301 INTRO CALCULUS 5 3 M W F 818/ LEJ P10210 PHE 402 SPORTS SCIENCE 5 7 M W F 003/2331 TAT
M00310 MSC 303 INTRO CALCULUS 5 17 4 W 003/2431 ANR *P17513 PHE 475 STUDENT TEACHING 16 TBA/ PED
M00410 MSC 304 INTRO APL PROG 2 3 M W F 816/ ANR *P17613 PHE 476 COMM SERVICE INTERN 15 T8A/ PED
M00420 MSC 304 INTRO APL PROG 2 15 M W 820/ QUW *P19013 PHE 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 TPA/ PED
M00510 MSC 305 MATH FOR BUS SOC SCI 5 5 4 W F 003/2431 VAJ
00520 MSC 305 MATH FOR BUS SOC SCI 5 4 T P 003/2321 LEJ PHILOSOPHY COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
M00530 rSC 305 MATI FOR BUS SOC SCI 5 17 M W 818/ LIL
M00610 MSC 306 ELEMENTARY STATISTIC 5 6 T R 003/1341 ELE 050210 PHI 302 PHILOSOPHY OF MIND 5 5 M. W F 003/1371 LOR
M00620 MSC 306 ELEMENTARY STATISTIC 5 9 M W F 820/ LIL *P69019 PHI 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ LOR
M00630 MSC 306 ELEMENTARY STATISTIC 5 12 T k .003/1381 ELE VARIABLE HOURS RANGE I$' 2 TO 5
M00810 MSC 308 STRUCTURE OF MATH 5 10 T R 003/1381 TBA
P01010 MSC 310 INTERMEDIA ANALYSIS- 5 17 M W 003/1381 CAW POLITICAL SCIENCE COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
0003110 MSC 331 COMPUTERS & PROGRAM 5 7 M W F 003/1371 QUW
M03310 MSC 333 INTRO DISCRETE STRUC 5 7 M W F 003/2311 ELE 002610 POS 326 POLIT THOUGHT-ACTION 5 3 4 W F 004/1231 nES
M04010 MSC 340 PROBABILITY & STAT 5 15 M W 817/ ANR 004810 POS 348 POLIT OF ENVIRONMENT 5 17 M W 004/1?31 DEG
$04310 MSC 343 STATISTICAL METHODS 5 13 4 W F 003/2321 WAJ 005910 POS 359 RUD3ETARY PROCESS 5 15 15 003/1331 MOT
M06110 MSC 361 NUMBER THEORY 5 8 T R 003/1321 WIN 006510 POS 365 POLITICAL BEHAVIOR 5 4 T 'R 820/ DES
*m08019 MSC 380 SEM:COBOL PROGRAMMING V 13 M W F 816/ QUW 006710 POS 367 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 5 5 M W F B16/ DYD
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5 015510 POS 455 THEORY ANO METHOD 5 9 M M F 817/ OYD
M11510 MSC 415 COMPLEX ANALYSIS 5 5 M W F 004/1231 LIL *017519 POS 475 PRACTICUM I V TPA/ P*OT
M14510 MSC 445 EXPERIMENTS DESIGN .5 4 T R 819/ ASM VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 5 TO 15
*M19019 MSC 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ CAW *017619 POS 476 PRACTICUM II V TBA/ i4OT
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 5 VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 5 TO 15
M46210 MSC 962 MUSICO-MATH RELATION 5 10 T R 004/1231 UIN 018510 POS 485 SEM:EXTILSM/POLITICS 5 7 #4 W F 818/ DES
*019019 POS 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TPt/ :OT
MUSIC PERFORMANCE COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS ? TO 5
M50110 MUP 301 CLASS PIANO 1 3 4 W 004/1121 BLA PSYCHOLOGY COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
+M50210 MUP 302 CLASS PIANO 1 2 T R 004/1121 BLA
*M51113 MUP 311 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/ TBA 050510 PSY 305 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 5 4 T k 003/2241 ARL
*M51213 MUP 312 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/ TBA 050520 PSY 305 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 5 5 M W F 003/1331 GAM
*M51313 MUP 313 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/ TBA Q50530 PSY 305 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 5 9 M W F 818/ AM
*M52113 MUP 321 APPLIED MUSIC 4 TBA/ TBA Q50540 PSY 305 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 5 10 T R 003/1331 TOJ
*M52213 MUP 322 APPLIED MUSIC 4 TBA/ TBA -++P50550 PSY 305 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 5 8 T R UHO/ T9A
*M52313 MUP 323 APPLIED MUSIC 4 TBA/ TBA 051510 PSY 315. PSYCHO-BIOLOGY 5 4 T R 003/1331 LUM
*M 54323 MUP 332 APPLIED MUSIC 3 TBA/ TBA 052510 PSY 325 LEARN MOTIVATION 5 4 T R 003/2331 HAJ
*M54333 MUP 333 APPLIED MUSIC 3 TBA/ TBA 053010 PSY 330 REHABIL OF OFFENDERS 5 2 T R 003/2431 ARJ
*M61113 MUP 411 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/ TBA 053510 PSY 335 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 5 11 4 4 F 003/2331 RU6
*M61213 MOP 412 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/ TBA 060710 PSY 407 ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR 5 15 4 w 819/ NIK
*M61313 MUP 413 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/ TBA
*M62113 PUP 421 APPLIED MUSIC 4 TBA/ TBA ++ CLASS MEETS AT UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
*M62213 MUP 422 APPLIED MUSIC 4 TBA/ TBA DEPARTMENTAL. APPROVAL REQUIRED
*M62313 MUP 423 APPLIED MUSIC 4 TBA/ TBA ** STUDENT MUST REGISTER FOR CORRESPONDING LAB
+ CI ES 8:30- 9:30 A.M. + REGISTRATION MUST INCLUDE THIS COURSE AND SECTIONS F02213 AND F17113
+ CLASS MEETS 8:30 9:30 A.M.
DEPARTMENTAL APPROVAL REQUIRED 061510. PSY 415 PSYCHO*ETRICS 5 10 T N 003/2241 KRL
** STUDENT MUST REGISTER FOR.CORRESPONDING LAB. 062510 PSY 425 INTRO COUNSELING 5 2 T R 003/1301 KRF
062520 PSY 425 INTRO COUNSELING 5 6 T R 003/1301 KRP
MUSIC COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES *063513 PSY 435 EXPERIMENTAL PSY/LAB 5 6 T R 003/2311 LUN
065510 PSY 455 SOC-PSY ASPECT-MANAG 5 6 T R 003/2321 KRL
*N92113 MUS& 321 MUSIC HISTORY I 5 7 M w F 004/1307 8LA 065520 PSY 455 SOC-PSY ASPECT-MANAG 5 8 T 1 003/2321 SCB
f*#06113 MUS' 361 UNIVERSITY SINGERS: 1 4/'1303 FUJ QGOT0 #SY 455 SOC-PSY ASPECT-MANAG .. 15 ... 003/23Z- SCP
*#06123 PUS 361 UNIVERSITY SINGERS 1 12 T R 004/1303 FUJ *067519 PSY 475 PRACTICUMo APPL PSY V TBA/ C RL
*N19019 MUS 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ TBA VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 3
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5 *068513 PRY 4A5 SEitPSYCH/SEX-GENDEP 5 3 M W F 003/2241 CHI
N46010 MUS 960 GOOD MUS: WHAT-WHY? 5 9 M W F 004/1307 6RW *069019 PSY 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V T'A/ GRL
N46110 MUS 961 AGE OF BAROQUE 5 5 M W F 004/1307 RLA VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS I TO 3
08251.0 PSY 625 ADV EDUCATIONAL PSY 5 15 M 003/1371 HAJ
NATURAL SCIENCE COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES *082613 PSY 526 INDIVIDUALIZED LEARN 5 TBA/ HAJ
U85510 PSY 655 PSY OF ORGANIZE BEHAV 5 12 T P 003/2311 SCR
**N52514 NAS 325 MOLECULAR 9, CELL BIO 5 10 T R 008/1181 BO0 096110 PSY 961 HUMAN SEXUALITY 5 7 M W F 003/1381 CHM
N.j52515 NAS 325L LABORATORY 0 15 W 004/2351 QOw
17 Pw 004/2351 SOCIOLOGY COURSES COLLEGE OF ArTS AND SCIENCES
**053014 NAS 330 ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLO 5 9 M W F 003/1301 DEC
N53015 NAS 330L LABORATORY 0 I1. w 004/2371 DEC R02110 SOC 321 DEMOGRAPHY/HUM ECOL 5 5 M4 F 008/2121 KUS
13 004/2371 P04110 SOC 341 RESEARCH ;4ETHODS 5 10 T R 818/ NEL
**NS4114 NAS 341 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II 6 5 M W F 003/1321 KIW P05110 SOC 351 SOCIAL PROBLEMS 5 3 M W F 003/1341 COE
13 M 004/2333 R07210 SOC 372 URBAN SOCIOLOGY 5 9 M W F 003/2331 KUS
N54115 NAS 341L LABORATORY 0 9 M 004/2333 KIW P11110 SOC 411 DEVIANCE & SOC CONT 5 17 M 4 816/ PAC
11 M 004/2333 P17110 SOC 471 SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY 5 6 T R 816/ MEL
**454514 NAS 345 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 5 4 T R 004/1307 HEE *R18513 SOC 485 SEF:PUNSHMNT-CORRTNS 5 8 T P 003/1351 RAC
13 W 004/2241 *F19013 SOC 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 TBA/ HAB
N54515 NAS 345L LABORATORY 0 9 W 004/2241 HEE F47310 SOC 973 SIMJLATING SOCIETY 5 4 T P 003/1381 NEL
11 W 004/2241 P47511 SOC 975 THE "NEW" RELIGIONS 5 3 M W F 003/1321 HAB
**N56014 NAS 360 MODERN PHYSICS 5 3 M W F 003/1301 HUT
N56015 NAS 360L LABORATORY 0 6 T 004/2221 HUT TRANS. s LOGISTICS COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
8 T 004/2221
**N62014 NAS 420 DEVELOPMENTAL 810 5 4 T q 003/1321 WAL S05210 TRL 352 PROD-MAR-L03IST MAN 5 6 T Q 003/2241 SPR
NA2015 NAS 420L LABORATORY 0 6 R 004/2401 WAL 505220 TRL 352 PRO-MAR-LOGIST MAN 5 12 T R 816/ SMJ
8 R 004/2401 S05230 TPL 352 PRO-MAR-LOGIST MAN 5 15 M V 008/2101 GRO
M63810 NAS 438 HUMAN GENETICS 5 7 M W F 003/2431 STG *S05513 TRL 355 LOS SUBSYS ANALYSIS 5 4 T R 008/2121 SPP
**N66014 NAS 460 BIOPHYSICS 5 15 M V 001/2115 HUJ S15510 TRL 455 APPLIED CARRIER MAN 5 2 T R 004/1241 RO-
N66015 NAS 460L LABORATORY 0 17 M W 004/2241 HUJ *S19019 TRL 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ ROM
*N69019 NAS 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ HEE VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 5 S35110 TRL 651 OPERATIONS MAN 5 10 T 4 819/ SMJ
+-496110 NAS 961 ENERGYIPAST-PRES-FUT 5 9 M W F 003/1381 HEE *S39019 TQL 590 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ 9OW
'96210 NAS 962 SCI & OTHER THINGS 5 7 M W F 004/1241 HUJ VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
N96610 NAS 966 OUR VO/HOM ME KNW IT 5 10 T 003/1371 BIC
N96710 NAS 96T CHE'9 DRUGS & YOU 5 4 \ T t 003/1341 KIW
N96810 NAS 968 FIELD ORNITHOLOGY 5 2 T R 008/2117 LOR DEPARTMENTAL APPROVAL REQUIRED
4 T R TPA/ ** STUDENT MUST REGISTER FOR CORRESPONDING LAB
N97110 NAS 971 BIOETHICS 5 11 M W F 003/1371 STG
N97410 NAS 974 CON HUM HLTH PROB 5 5 M W F 817/ VAL
N98010 NAS 980 HUMAN ECOLOGY 5 3 M F 004/1307 DEC
N98510 NAS 985 SCI & PSEUDOSCIENCE 5 17 H NW 003/1351 BRU
+ CLASS MEETS 12:00 1:20 P.H.
DEPARTMENTALIAPPROVAL REQUIRED
** STUDENT MUST REGISTER FOR CORRESPONDING LAB
4+ INSTRUCTORS WILL BE DRS. HEAL AND BOMNMAN OF NATURAL SCIENCE DEPT. AND DR. WOODS,
ECONOMICS DEPT.












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