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Sawmill Slough opposes oil refinery

The Sawmill Slough Conserva- The planned oil refinery would refinery for at least four basic Aquifer. The planned refinery the amount of toxic substances in
tion Club opposes the planned oil be situated north of Dames Point reasons. would take 1952 gallons of fresh the plants waste water effluent.
refinery in Jacksonville. of the St. Johns River. The plant water from the aquifer every Specifically toxic phenolics which
would process 155,000 barrels of 1. The refinery would emit 198 minute. According to the club, the waste water effluent will
crude oil per day. The backers of pounds of particulate air pollution salt water intrustion in the aquifer contain. Loftin said that the
the facility are: Florida Gas Co. of per hour into the atmosphere would become noticeable after effluent would met Federal
After an environmental study Winter Park, Charter Co. of which is already above permiss- three years of operation. Also, regulations for phenolics but it
of the refinery Dr. Robert Loftin, Jacksonville, and Texas Gas able levels. Thus the emissions Loftin said that if you consider the would violate state standards for
the club's faculty advisor, Transmission Co. of Owensboro, would make the oil refinery the fresh water that will be needed by class III waters.
explained to members of the Ky. fifth largest source of particulate the Offshore Power System in 4. Loftin pointed out the club's
Audubon Society and news media air pollution in Jacksonville. that area the picture which fear of oil spills in that area if the
the disadvantages of the In his report Loftin stated that 2. The refinery would have a emerges is alarming. plant becomes operational. He
proposed refinery, Feb. 21. the club was opposed to the oil serious effect on the Florida 3, The club is concerned about explained that the refinery would
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Vol. I, No. 5 University of North Florida Jacksonvill, Florida Wednesday, March 6, 1974



Assembly Regents to hear

bans fee proposal


sm oking The State Board of Regents will
be presented a proposal Monday
The General Assemblv held its that will revise university fees to
second meeting for the winter offer relief to part-time students
quarter at noon on Thurs.. Feb. and increase costs for those
28 at Sandalwood Junnior-Senior taking an excessive number of
High School. Discussion centered hours.
around summer quarter faculty
salaries and the prohibition of Under the new proposal.
smoking in classrooms. Under the new proposal.
moin in classrooms charges would be $12 per credit
A recommendation by the hour in undergraduate school and
Faculty Affairs Committee con- hou20 in graduate school. All
cerning summer quarter payment students would be required to pay
to the faculty was hotly debated. the $10 registration fee.
At present faculty are paid
28.2% of their nine-month salary
for the summer quarter and teach The present fee schedule dates
either two or three courses. Of back to a time when the system
every three instructors teaching. had only universities which were
one would teach three courses primarliy residential. "It does not
and two instructors would teach sufficient) take into account the
two. increased complexity of the
system which now includes
AN ALTERNATE plan would commuter institutions, increasing
allow faculty to teach either one, number of part-time students and
two, or three courses and be paid more off-campus enrollment,"
accordingly. said Hendrix Chandler, regents
There were many in the group Five member UNF energy crisis disssion panel by Dors corporate secretary.
who felt that this whole matter
was not one that should be up to
the General Assembly to decide
and should be determined among is i
faculty members only. A number
of students objected to this, Panel discusses en crisis
saying that the faculty decided
many policies that applied to the BY BABARA WALTES
student body and that they shouldBY BARBARA WALTERS
have a voice in decisions affecting
the faculty.in i in Five members of the University crisis--perhaps this depends on country appears to have commit- use of this force. Healy wonders
faculty of North Florida faculty partici- what is meant by crisis. Certainly ted itself to-a nuclear future, whether the nations of the world
When the vote was finally pated Feb. 19 in a panel there is currently a shortage of might be trying to salve their
taken it was decided to continue discussion on the energy crisis. fossil fuels. SINCE 1938 it has been guilty consciences for developing
with the present policy for this apparent that nuclear fission is a an atomic bomb by trying so hard
summer. The speakers included Dr. BUT HEALY pointed out that great source of energy. After the to find peaceful uses for the
Edward Healy, chairman of the there are many alternatives to the atomic bombings of Japan and energy.
The Student Affairs Committee department of natural sciences; use of this type of fuel. Very little the subsequent end of World War Healy concluded with the
presented a recommendation Dr. Thomas Mongar, chairman of has been done to develop a II, the Atomic Energy Commis- suggestion that the nation might
prohibiting smoking in the the department of political technology for using solar energy, sion has tried to promote peaceful s ein ha he a g
classrooms. Amendments were science; Dr. Sudarshan Kuthiala, even -though the sun has the see page 6
proposed which ranged all the assistant professor of sociology; capacity to provide 750 times the e The Halyar
see page 7 Dr. Joseph Pluta, assistant energy now used annually. Inside The Halyard
professor of economics; and Dr.
Jay Smith, associate professor of Geo-thermal energy is also a Can Grady Grad get a job? .........................page 2
Bedel to address faculty transportation and logistics. relatively unexplored technology. Heavy Haiku's, Seventies Style .............................. page 3
Underground steam could pro- Schoolteacher considers blindness no problem ........page 4
Sponsored by the Adam Smith vide sixty times the present Halyard opinion questionnaire ...............................page 5
Dr. George Bedell, director of Club, the event was hosted by energy need; by going deeper Task force set up for day care ....................page 6
personnel and faculty relations of Mr. Larry Pelton, who introduced into hot rock 600 times the need Criticism and changes for General Assembly .....page 7
the state university system will the speakers. would be attainable. What do OPS and UNF have In common? ....... page 8
talk to the faculty on the "Status Brown concert reviewed .........................................page 10
of Collective Bargaining" tomor- Healy opened the discussion Instead, it has been nuclear Art Vestry in 'Forum' ..........................................page
row noon in building 3, room with the question of whether energy that has received the most
1381. there really is an energy attention. Healy feels that the
Page make-up by Judi Benson




THE HALYARD-March 6, 1974-Page 3

Guest column ...grr:s

Larry

Venture is needed pisk Don't quote me1
BY MICKI GOLDMAN versus the disciplined and :::::::::: ::.::::::
Student structured program which is
found in many other courses. (Scene: A typical T.V. Quiz show out.) gent Amperative led to
S studio.) Ron: "Welcome Mr. Ford. You paramount..."
In a previous letter to the This does not have an aversive Announcer's voice is heard while know how we play 'Don't Ron: "Mr. Ford, what does all
editor, the venture courses were a effect on academic achievement, camera pans across applauding Quote Me'?" this have to do with the
target for abuse. From the point rather it guides and develops audience. Ford: "Well, as the situation question?"
of view of the letter writer, perceptual awareness. Announcer: "Hello again every- presented itself to me..." Ford: "Absolutely nothing, Ron,
Venture courses were failing to one, it's time to play 'Don't Ron: "Fine, fine. And now Mr. but don't quote me. (App-
educate students, and in fact, The activities in the venture Quote Me'! And here is your Ford your problem is this: lause, laughter, cheers.)
stulifying rather than nurturing courses are very good also; a master of ceremonies for As a Representative favoring Besides, it was a distortion of
their capacity and desire for project of building a clavichord by 'Don't Quote Me': Ron the impeachment of Chief the press."
learning. a math and a political science Ziegler!" Justice Earl Warren you said Ron "How so?"
major, a trip to a mental (applause, whistles and catcalls.) 'Congress should decide what For: one uot
SUCH A CHARGE is serious retardation center by business Ron: "Thank you and welcome, is or what is not an Fdor ll, one quote naturally
indeed. After reading the letter, I administration students, a per- ladies and gentlemen. You all impeachable offense.' How- dis s t: other,
allowed myself the pleasure, of formance of a Moliere play. These know how we play our game. ever, recently you said, in Fod: "AnRight.h s
being very indigant. Faced with are the sharing of new We take a prominent politician regard to the impeachment of Fordh Andthe ress printed
this feeling, I would like to ask the experiences which not only and slap him with one of his the President, that Congress both quotes, right
critic to take a secondlookatwhat devleop thinking abilities, but own quotes that contradicts does not have the right to R ght
venture courses might have to understanding and appreciation an earlier quote by him on the define an impeachable of- Ford: "Well then, the press is
offer. of other people as well. These same issue. His task is to give fense. Now, Mr. Ford, as guilty of printing distortions."
The critic finds all activities seem to be less the most illogical explanation illogically as possible, justify (Wild clapping and cheering.
The critic finds al venture mechanical than memorizing a for this blunder and the more those quotes." Band strikes up "Stars and
courses alike. However, it is text book or pouring over lecture illogical the explanation, the Ford: "The earlier statement was Stripes Forever.")
difficult to look at the total effect notes and cramming for exams. more points earned. At the inoperative." (Laughter and Ron: "Congratulations Mr. Ford.
of the program and stereotype all end of four years the player scattered applause.) You have just taken over the
the courses and the way they There are valid and significant with the most points becomes Ron: "Now Mr. Ford, you know lead in the 'Dbn't Quote Me'
taught. Each student has to -criticisms of venture courses that President!" (Applause, rules. That was used by last race to the White House
determine for himself which of his are worth considering but venture cheering; band plays "Hail to weeks contestant." Gate."
experiences in the many courses courses do have a lot to offer in a the Chief.") "Well, let's bring Ford: "Well, Ron, the way the
he has taken had some meaning positive way. They allow on this weeks contestant, situation was presented to me, Ford: "I'm afraid I don't know
and value, diversion, they permit greater You'll all recognize him at the point in time, it became the meaning of that word,"
interaction and self expression immediately as former Repre- obvious to me that conditions Ron: "Which word?"
Looking back on my college both for the student and the sentative and, current Vice warrented an immediate and Ford: "Gate."
experiences, I can remember with teacher. President of the United States proportionate incorporation of Ron: "Oh well, that's water
fondness a favorite teacher or and all around nice guy-Gerald regulatory procedures of the under the bridge."
two, but most of the material that THE CHALLENGE of course, Ford. (Boos form extreme left utmost importance and, as a Ford: "There you go again."
was taught has been forgotten like in any endeavor, is the and right sides of the audience result, the consequential Applause, laughter; fade out
with the passage of time. approach. Venture courses stimu- but general applause through- directives preceding the exi- for commercial.)
late discovery of intellect and they
WHAT I DO remember though are a challenge to cultural
and what seems most relevant, development. Venture studies' t :::
was the contact between us, the eaih d er regti ;
sharing of ideas in the learning teachers deserves recognition. Linda
experience. They sometime get rebuffed for L 1 H'
their efforts in trying to add a new
I have had that same feeling in dimension to their method of' Cr e a v y H a
venture courses both with teaching. .C le
students-and.teahers.:- We seem .
to be more in contact with eath They would probably appre-
other. The emphasis seems to be ciate knowing that some of us
on creativity and free activity some how, are being reached. The Japanese have a word for Time saved by daylight. Together giving off vibes-
it--haiku. Haiku is a simple 3-line Oh man, outa sight.
unrhymed verse composed of 17 The union's state Or, is this more your bag?
The Halyard Invites contri- most Interest to HALYARD syllables. However, the, usual Analyzed pro and anti: Spring robin doing
bumons from all UNF personnel tmodes. THE HALYARD re- subject matter of the poems-- Renuzit freshens. His number in a palm tree-
for this "Guest Col n." serves the right toedit, revise, or leaves falling, frogs jumping, Or, is culture where your head Heavy. Wow. Far out.
Students, faculty, career iero- rqect any copy. etc.--just doesn't speak to a child is?
ne, staff -- all ae dlgiil to of the 70's unless he's a tadpole. Lovely lace surrounds I mean like heavy,
contribute. The topic may be of Deadline for eOtribmtlns for The old form needs new juice. To The private inner world of No, but I mean, you know,
year choosing, but must be the "Guest Column" for the next communicate it must be relevant, Deep throated warblers. wow!
typewritten, double-spaced. Ma- baoe is: viable and operative. You know what I mean?
trial that is libelous, or that is TUESDAY, March 26 For instance, are you 'into' Two jive cats making
guilty of harassment, Innuendo, current events? The scene with guitar and Do you not espy this as an
half-truth or poor taste will not be Send or bring the copy to THE Wall Street sings a low Bass, edifying exercise in elocution
accepted. Preference will be HALYARD oflce -- Room 1361 In the early afternoon. Scraping more than scratch imparting a verbal profundity to
given those who have not Bldg. 3. If you send the column, Lay some bread on me. the recondite and anagogical
previously appeared as a "Guest icdude your name, home or Maybe you are making it with esoterica of the cosmos?
Columnist" and those subjects business address and telephone Get it together nature: Whoops ..I mean, can you dig
which are deemed to have the number for verifcation. In foggy dawning darkness. Two lids and two heads it?
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Letters to the editor
Mind over money X-number of _German marks. members of the university followed by races involving the guessing game on who will run
According to Hesse, IT IS HIS community not bothered by the Florida Cabinet,, the Florida for what office, this should make
Dear Editor: MIND. broken promises envisioned every Supreme Court. First District interesting conversation between
R g the letter (Feb. 6) year. Court of Appeal. seats in the classes and during those delicious
Regarding the letter (Feb. 6) Perhaps- I am naive and State Senate and .seats in the meals- with the bees.
from the student who argues-- optimistic--and virtuous. The One particular group of Huse of Representatives.
perhaps inveighs is a better analogy seems to me, at least students on campus eagerly W k o o
word--against the Venture potentially, a good one. UNF is waiting to hear promises of e d t U Who knows, one of those bees
Studies program: Without the Magic Theater, the student is politicians for the new year are The dates the UNF Democrats may know a politicians future
digging up his several bones of Steppenwolf, and the price of the UNF Democrats. want everyone to remember in promise to the people.
contention, I would like to admittance is not "$190.00 every the future are Sept. 10 which is
address myself to his concluding quarter." IT IS THE STUDENT'S Poliltical races of interest to second primary. and c
sentence, which I find especially MIND. Without that, nothing. these potential politicians are formary LARRY NELSON
ominous. He says: "For $190.00 Governor and -the U.S. Senate For those who play the Student
every quarter I think I should be Respectfully,
buying something I want." WILLIAM SLAUGHTER :;::' :":; ::::.:-...:::
Language and Literature THE HALYARD Invites all whose name appears under it. No includes harassment, innuendo, &
Members of the UNF "family" to anonymous letters will be half-truth or is in poor taste, will l
understand it. has nothing to do contribute Letters to the Editor printed; THE HALYARD will, not be accepted. Preference will
with money-although I paid and for its issues. All letters must be upon request, withhold the name be given those who have not "
paid and paid for my own. In typewritten, double-spaced and of an individual from print after previously had a letter published. .
Hermann Hesse's novel "Step- Political racessigned; name, address and authenticating the letter with that THE HALYARD reserves the :
penwolf." Harry Haller, who is telephone number should also be individual. Letters should not be right to edit letters which are i
Steppenwolf (and Hesse), goes to appended so that the letter may over one page in length. unduly long, but will not print
the Magic Theater where he Dear Editor: beauthenticated.Noletterwill be such letters until the author has
learns the secret meaning of It is now 1974 and if you have printed without asuring that it been apprised of the editing and
things. But the price of not made a new ears resolution. has been written by the individual Material that is libelous or approves..
admittance for him is not then you are one of many ... :
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Page 4-March 6, 1974-THE HALYARD

'Blindness is no tragedy says schoolteacher


Handicap doesn't deter Linda Starks
BY SHIRLEY CORBIN
Room 222 at Highlands Junior So did Dr. Herb Sang, She also likes to sing, and did
High School may not be as Assistant Superintendent of so professionally when she was a
exciting as the television series, Schools, because he hired her. He student. She sings "The First
but in Duval County its teacher is said he knew she could do the job Time" recorded by Roberta Flack
certainly unique. the first time he talked with her. and you have to look at her twice
to know she isn't the famous
Ms. Linda Starks, the teacher "I'm no superwoman. I expect singer.
assigned to Room 222 is Duval I'll have just as many problems as..... ..
County's first totally blind any other teacher beginning her "I'M ALSO VERY concerned
secondary school teacher. She career," she said. Her textbooks about other blind people," she
may even be the first in the state. are in braille and she uses a says. "I want to see the day when
braille writer to take roll and note all blind people have the
Her students hardly realize that misbehavior. opportunity to compete in
she cannot see them goofing off, employment with sighted per-
chewing gum or whispering to She has monitors in each class, IL em sons. Blindness is no tragedy and
their friends. They just don't do elected by the students, who take the public needs to be aware of
these things but instead listen names and fill out absentee slips this."
attentively to the attractive, to be sent to the office. The
soft-spoken young woman at the monitors change weekly and Linda sits on the Executive
front of the classroom. according to Linda, they like the Board of the National Federation
responsibility. of the Blind of Florida. "This
IN MANY WAYS Linda is no organization is dedicated to equal
different from her sighted opportunity, for the blind," she
colleagues. She likes working with :: says.,
children and has always wanted
to teach., 'I'm superwoman.
She graduated from the Florida I expect I'l have
School for the Blind at St. 'Blind people can do
Augustine, Fla. and then problems.'
attended Florida State University, almost everything a
majoring in Spanish Education. t n If :::
She interned in Homestead, Fla., sighted person can do.
and began looking for a job.
LINDA ALSO uses visual aids
"I expected some problems in to teach new words in Spanish to "-""::::::''' .....w..........
being hired," she says, "because her pupils. "They learn the word
of my blindness. After being told in Spanish and then see a picture "I believe that people can
in Miami that there were no of it and they know what it is," do almost everything a sighted
vacancies in foreign langauge this she says. "I have pictures for do almos edov" she says and
year, I started looking around in each new word in every dialogue. addperson can do," she says and
other counties in Florida. I believe this is more effective adds, "b ut I wouldn't want a
than just translating the word for e ln He'd have to be ain
"I HAD HEARD of an opening them." me.su ha e n
in Jacksonville so I came up and co
filled out an application. Mr. Outside of the classroom, Linda
Soulis the principal had a lot of can almost always be found in the staff photo by Shirley Corbn "NR WOULD ;anrt li
questions about discipline and the. kitchen. "I love to cook and DuvatCounty's first totally blid seeodary 'hebl tebr; Ms. ada" person driving me to school each i
like, but he thought I could do the always seem to find a new recipe Starks of IUghlaps ler ilg Sehool. day But other than that, I am
job." to try ~ut on people," she says. convinced that blind people are
_--- -.capable of doing just about
n. anything else."

Of course, her first love is
teaching. Indicative of the lack of
S f awareness of her students to
realize that she cannot see, one
eighth grader asked her to tell the
Class some of the things she saw
when she was in Spain. Linda
O w promptly began a description of
0 Spain, just as she "Saw" it.


OUF considers

acl Rto R iR.N. pro am

The University of.North
SFeA9 ft W iteL Florida has requested authoriza-
tion to plan' for an upper division
nursing program leading to the
Bachelor of Science degree.

I S fi W Leadership represented by the
baccalaureate nurse in short
supply in northeast Florida. The
University of North Florida
SR wishes to educate baccalaureate
nursing leaders who can function
as agents of change. This
program will directly deal with
placing and promoting distinctive
roles for baccalaureate nurses.
Sp rg -. rThis program will be specifi-
3 13 cally designed for registered
nurses with an associate degree
who can satisfy admission
Requirements of the university.

It is estimated that about half of
Sthe courses which will probably
'Pte comprise the nursing curriculum
presently exist among the courses
...w offered at UNF. The proposed
program will consist of ninety
quarter hours of upper division
S-course work.
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From the Halyard Editor:

Newspaper evaluated, discussed y needs support

In early January, the first issue proofreading the offset galleys, fields of magazine, broadcasting, THE HALYARD has a problem voice of the whole university
of THE HALYARD appeared. In and, as of our third issue, also photojournalism and public rela- and only you can solve it. community without your help.
it, this editor outlined the goals doing the actual pasteup of the tions, as well as newspaper The paper needs more reporters,
and roles of the paper as well as issue. The only things we aren't journalism. We also are involved The problem is that it is not more news leads, more editorial
his own role. doing are setting type and in small ways with communica- receiving the help it needs to writers, more guest columns,
With this issue, we have now running the printing press. tion Programs for the College of remain a truly quality newspaper. more advertising, more resources
come through one quarter of our All of what we are doing takes Business and Education. A small and changing staff, It also needs student, faculty,.
operations--five issues in 10 people. We don't have enough EVEN AS WE were revamping coupled with shortages of space, career service and administrative
weeks. Five issues ranging from 8 involved. About 50 are helping us the program, the enrollees in the has prevented weekly publication and professional volunteers.
to 20 pages each. in various degrees. We need program more than doubled in full coverage of university
The staff, we think, can take more of you. that first quarter Now with the activities. Space problems are in Surely you have a gripe you
pride in its accomplishments. The Now, as to the "tail wagging newspaper successfully launched, the process of being solved, but want to a position you want to
going has not been easy; we did the dog": For the past few more time must be ivn to the other problems will be with us state, a question you want an
a more h until the university community w- answer to. THE HALYARD is aw
not think it would be. But it is now months, it has taken a great deal developing the total program. until the university community answer to. THE HALYARD is a
time to perform the first of many of time to cope with decisions as o students, faculty, career service free press and thus an outlet not
evaluations and to share with you to equipment needed, space Therefore: and administrative and pro- just for a journalism class, but for ?
certain problems, certain steps allocations, ordering or equip- THE HALYARD will not essional staff get involved each of us in the university
which will be taken, and certain ment, preparation of purchase Move into weekly publication next community.
changes to be made--as well as bids, orders, etc. It also has taken quarter, as originally hoped, and THE HALYARD is a com-
seeking your direct reactions, much time to work with the staff 2. The Editor will revert more munity newspaper, not a student Speaking for the Publications:
TO BEGIN WITH, this paper people to get the newspaper to the role of an adviser that an newspaper or official organ of the Board, I invite your participation.
came into being in reverse going. editor so as to continue to build : Aruniversity administration. THE
gong H Dthe total Communications Pro, HALYARD canRno Tsurviv as
fashion. We published a first ONE RESULT, bluntly, is that aaHALYAR cannot survive as a DMONG
edition before we had a staff, or the Communications Program has gram. % .... ......o
even any facilities. This was in suffered. The newspaper has So, as this term draws to its anyone--and it can be i -nterestg.
opposition to standard methods of been the tail wagging the dog--in end, we ask you to do two 2. Give us your hand Whether anyone--and it can be interesting.
starting a new newspaper: first, this case the academic program in things--each of you. you have-had experience or not, If you want to work for the
get the facilities and equipment Communications. 1. To fill out the questionnaire whether you have one hour a paper, come by and see us
needed; then, gather a staff; The time has come to slow regarding THE HALYARD which week or 15, we can use your help. between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. in
third, put out a few trial issues down the "wag" and turn more is printed on this page and to We still need news reporters, room 1361, building 3. Tell us
which are read only by the staff; attention to the canine. The leave it or send it to us in room feature writers, advertising your background, your-interests
finally, come out with the first Communications Program was 1361, building 3 by next solicitors as well as copywriters. and your availability. We'll find a
issue. revised late last term. A number Wednesday. We hope that you We still need artists and spot for you.
But we needed visibility if we of new courses have been added will give us your honest photographers. We still need y w
were to secure a staff. So, the first and former ones revamped to evaluation, suggestions and people to edit and proofread; to g ai n academic credit, too, you can
issue was put together by a small meet the changing times, comments. Be assured they will lay out pages, to do pasteup. If gain academic credit, too, you can
core of wonderful, dedicated Especially, the program had been be studied and acted upon enough of you will work with us, it newspaper by signing up fo r the
students who worked during redesigned to cover the career thoroughly. will not be a chore for newspaper workshop.
the Christmas break, from the W.J. ROACH
Editor's home, utilizing copy
from the beginning journalistic
writing class of the fall quarter.
staff. The setback in the move tos y
building 8 caused us some YOU CAN HELP IMPROVE THE HALYARD. 8. Which statement best represents your view of the HALYARD?
traumatic moments, but the
administration solved the space a) The HALYARD is a student newspaper
needs by coming up with the The HALYARD is your newspaper. You can help us assess its first b) The HALYARD is an administration publications
trailer which has squatted quarter operation by giving us your frank thoughts about the paper. c) The HALYARD is attempting to be an all-campus publication,
4.unt, 'e uii ,., We're interested in improving ma in lesating.-hiattyou wnt i-a ndepenet and serving all.
From the beginning, with campus newspaper. Whether you are'student,'family, career services,
deadlines looming before us week administrative and professional or whatever, please take the time to fill 9. I find the HALYARD:
after week, we have had to out this survey form and send or bring it in to us at the HALYARD.
produce the paper with a "learn very readable
by doing" philosophy. In some 1. I read the HALYARD: somewhat readable
cases, it has been a "learn by regularly a little readable
mistakes" practice. Even so, we occasionally don't know
can say in solemn tones, these are not at all a little unreadable -
viable educational practices. somewhat unreadable
THE LAST issue--a 20-page 2. I think the HALYARD is doing a good job on: very unreadable
one--started out as 12, but grew,
principally, because of news YES NO 10. The appearance of the HALYARD is:
items showered upon us by news
people from all over the campus. features -very attractive
It was especially uplifting for us, editorials somewhat attractive
since we felt for the first time that columns a little attractive
people were beginning to realize arts --- don't know
that this paper is everyone's on sports a little unattractive
this campus. picture pages somewhat attractive
But two factors have emerged 3. 1 would like the HALYARD to carry: very unattractive
in these past nine weeks: MORE LESS 11. I would like the HALYARD to appear
1. The lack of people willing to news
work regularly on the publication, features daily
2. The fact that the newspaper columns weekly
is the "tail wagging the dog." on the arts every-other-week
We'll explain that one in a sports monthly
moment. pictures not at all
Our roster is imposing. A lot of on-campus items
people are working on the paper. off-campus items 12. If you were the editor of the HALYARD, what one thing would yo
But not enough. Not enough, do to improve it?
especially, if we are to go to
eely bliaion to go to 4. Should the faculty write for the HALYARD?
The same people who are regularly
writing, or editing, or gaining occasionally --
advertising, or doing any of the rarely
myriad tasks that are required to not at all -13. I am a
get this newspaper out every two
weeks--the same people also are 5. Name one story, editorial, column or feature which stands out in graduate student
students. Many are parents with your mind from recent HALYARD issues, senior
home-and-children responsibili- junior
ties, many are employed faculty member
elsewhere, many have various faculty member --
elsewhere, many have various commitments administrator or professional service --
other commitmentscareer service person
MOST OF YOU may not realize 6. What part of the HALYARD is strongest? other
it, but already this staff is not only
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and features, editorials and depth College of Arts & Sciences
pieces, securing advertisements Collegeof Business
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Day care task force is formed

Day care is no longer just a to 12 years of age. Thirty-seven of information in order to have a .
faint notion of a nice idea. Dr. these children are between the solid report at present to the
Thomas G. Carpenter has ages of two and five years old. decision making heads of the Sorry about noise-- Test for glaucoma,
approved a proposal from Dean university. vis n i er
George Corrick to set up a task Most of the parents expressed says libraryvision is offered
force to deal with the needs and the need for a center between the The task force is to meet this a
problem areas of setting up a day hours or 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. with a begin discussions and The library is inthe process of The University of North Florida
care center at the University of majority requesting evening week to begin discussions and The library is in the process of The University of North Florida
North Floridc are center at the University of majority requesting evening digging into the information for doing a book inventory. Staff Health Service will host a free
thousand an earlier oenin animmediate action on day care members working in public areas glaucoma and vision test
time. eeds have been instructed to be as tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. .
Quiet as possible, but a certain and from 2 to 4 p.m. at the circle
This task force will be Dean Corrick stated that it is quiet as possible, but a certain
comprised of representatives of necessary to have more question- This kind of action could not amount of talking is necessary., drive at the front entrance to the
several UNF academic and ires turned in if there are those have been made possible without The library regrets any incon- building complex. The sight-
several UNF academic and aires turned in tf there are those have been made possible without venenc tis m cause. The saving service is available to the
administrative areas as well as who will use the center but have the support from parents and it is venience this may The saving service is available to the
potential users of day care not filled out the form. Also, the hoped that people will continue to inventory should be completed by area residents, UNF students,
services. The task force will task force will need more detail hand in the forms and be willing mid-April faculty and staff
investigate any legal, financial, regarding fees the parents are to work with the task force in this Business faculty
space and personnel problems willing to pay and other such most necessary area of need. Job openings galore
that need to be faced to set up a speak on energy
center. It is the feeling that this Road to be at placement center speak on energy
task force could not have even ROad to be com pleated Over 2,000 jobs openings are Four members of the College of
been proposed without the received daily in the Cooperative Business Administration part-
tremendous support and enthu- By June, UNF Drive will to enclose the candy-cane shaped Education Placement Center. icipated in a Wolfson High School
siam from parents through the complete its' loop encircling the lake, completing a circle and These jobs are received from the program dealing with the energy
Halyard questionnaire. campus and give access to a new leaving an island in the center. Florida State Employment Office crisis Feb. 21.
central receiving building, audi- Soil dredge from this project will on microfilm.
Sixty forms have been handed torium and parking lot, an- be used to elevate the auditorium They represent employment
Sixth y forms have been hand of those, nounced M. Tom Boswick, at an angle to provide better opportunities available in the The program, arranged by the t
have children for the center and director of physical facilities viewing for the audience northeast lorida area. Full-time Wfson social studies depart-
The central receiving building, to Completion of this phase will be as well as part-time employment met, was a series of seminars
14 others are expressing support be located west of building 8, will in two years, authorities said. is available with varying conducted by the faculty
either in lieu of the program itself be the main center for purchasing A parking lot, which will qualification requirements. Eer ory uses le
or to help run the center, and storage of campus supplies, provide convient access to the oil, the effect of the energy crisis
EAST OF WHAT is commonly auditorium and complete the gap Bookstore offers w on the consumer and alternative
Thus far, there are 66 children known as Candy-Cane Lake, to enclose UNF Drive, is also oosore oer
that will be using the center, will be the new auditorium. under construction, but no student service sources of energy.
ranging in age from four months Construction has been approved completion date has been set.
The bookstore has a new Participating on the panel were
service for students: discount Dr. L. Jorn Dakin, assistant
Varying views on energy crisis movie passes. The passes are professor of economics and
good at the following Florida business law; Dr. Joseph E.
State Theatres: Regency, Edge- Pluta, assistant professor of
wood, Florida, San Marco and economics; Dr. Steven L. Shapiro,
from page 1 technologies as a panacea for all Simply stated, the United Center. assistant professor of economics
reassess its efforts toward problems. With the world States is producing less and using The passes are one dollar each aid Dr. Louis A. Woods,
developing nuclear energy and population doubling in the next 25 more energy. Pluta feels a and are good at all times except assistant professor of geography
possibly concentrate on the years, technology will not be able solution must come in somehow special road shows. Students may and economics.
development of other types of to keep up. It will become so reversing this trend. purchase up to four passes at one
technology, expensive that Kuthiala believes time. They will be honored by the
MONGAR SEES the present only America of the nations of the Smith, sees the ever-increasing theatres until Dec. 31, 1974.
crisis in political terms. He feels world will be able to afford it. demands upon transportation as .'. .' .. .. 4- '*''*
that it is symptomatic of the contributing to: the present .....'..::.: .i..... ......
entire breakdown in the political As a demographer, Kuthiala shortages. Urban sprawl--the
system. looks at the crisis in a development of thousands of I
people-oriented manner. Popula- "bedroom communities" located
The U.S. government has in tion growth must be slowed down far from the urban areas--calls for 1: i
past years been dedicated to and the "rising expectation" (the tremendous use of resources. ::::
helping the oil companies become expectation of people for more :
powerful. Even though the and more, better and better ADDED TO THE necessity of Maksoud to speak
government has been aware of inventions, comforts, innovations moving people over ever-in- Work in the club is on a
the pending shortage, it has and unnecessary gadgetry) must creasing distances, the average about Arab states voluntary basis as a method of
continued to support these huge also be slowed to conserve the American motorist clings to his gaining notable work experience
corporations with tax privileges, resources available, insistence on driving his own Dr. Clovis Maksoud, special and hopefully will be helpful in
The companies have grown personal car. Mass transit might, envoy to the United States from gaining admittance to graduate
powerful and made tremendous PLUTA FEELS thatthe public be one answer to this the league of Arab states, will programs.
profits without using their profits is wondering whether the oil transportation problem, but it will speak on campus March 28, 1974r
to attempt to forestall the coming companies have misused their take a massive readjustment by on "Palestine: the Roots of Guest author meets
crisis, strength. Lucrative tax loop-holes the motoring public. Conflict." students and faculty
Mongr said that Americans are rising a public outrage. The Dr. Maksoud's speech is
Mongar said that Americans oil corporations state they are scheduled for 12 noon. He will Dr, Anita J. Harrow, author of
live in danger of something far supposed to make large profits-- Urban planning and land use also speak that evening at the "A Taxonomy of the Psycho-
more critical than the energy they have stock-holders expecting are also important. Smith gave First Presbyterian Chuch, 118 motor Domain," was on campus
crisis--that of becoming a fascistic dividends. But these tock-hold- the location of the UNF as a prime East Monroe Street at 8:15 p.m. toda as a of the
form of government. Citizens face ers are also tax-payers, and they example. Why is an institution Dr. Maksoud's visit is being Department of Health and
a task more compelling than are the ones paying for the tax like UNF located so far away from jointly sponsored by the depart- Physical Education. She met with
solving the energy crisis--re- exemptions that the large the people it serves? ments of history, political science members of the class as well as
structuring the American institu- corporations enjoy. and public administration. teaching personnel and instruc-
tions. "We will not have gained In past years the nation's tors.
anything if we lose democracy. Since 1972 there has been a emphasis has been on the Defense seminar Bier gives seminar
definite decline in using profits production of energy. Smith and features Plut at Miami meeting
KUTHIALA IS a demographer, for growth--refineries are not other transportation expertsre at Miam meeting
an expert in the statistical study being built, exploration has been would like to see more effort Dr. Joseph E. Pluta, assistant Dr. C. James Bier, assistant
of human populations. Therefore, cut. going into better energy professor of economics at professor of natural sciences
Kuthiala sees shortages as they conservation and utilization. University of North Florida was a gave a seminar entitled "Super-
relate to population increases. Pluta said that trying to figure speader at a defense manage- oxide Dismutase; Structure and
out just what is happening is a ment seminat for senior naval Function" to the Miami subsec-
The world population has been matter of being subjected to an SMITH OFFERED two possible officers on Feb. 14. The seminar tion of the American Chemical
increasing tremendously since "information explosion"--trying solutions to the shortage of was -held at the US. Naval Society at Florida Atlantic
World War II. The death rate has to get accurate information is gasoline for vehicular use. The Postgraduate School in Monterey, University on Jan. 17, 1974.
declined, but birth rate has "like-tring to get a drink out of a development of petroleum sub- California. D
increased. The world is now fire hi." Reliable facts and stitutes is a fairly expensive Plpta spoke on "Budgeting and Dye appears
inhabited by some 3.2 billion figures are lacking because of the process, but would not involve U.S, Public Expenditure Data: on 'Off The Wall'
people; at present population barrage of information, radical changes in use. The Theoretical and Empirical Obser-
growth rate, by the year 2000 implementation of a charged nations." Mr. Daniel A. Dye, instructor
there will be seven billion people. PLUTA FEELS that the current battery is another possible power of political science at University
energy crisis has come about source. of North Flo wa s a guest
Kuthiala observed that all the partly as a result of a period of of North Florida. was a guest
countries of the world have some abundance in this country. The Just as each member of the The Psychology Club urges panelist on Mr. Alan Moore's
types of shortages--of oil, food, automobile industry, for example, panel represented a different members and interested students Off The Wall" program which
transportation, etc. Even though has added more and more discipline or department, each to participate in their sponsored was broadcast on radio station
more resources are discovered power-using devices to auto- had a different approach to the activities. WAPE, Sunday, Feb. 18, from 8
each year, compared to popula- mobiles, and the federal problems and to their solutions. On March 28, an all-day Mental to 10 p.m.
tion increases, the resources are government has further reduced Yet is was apparent that each Health Forum is scheduled but Appearing with Dye and
shrinking, the efficient use of petroleum member of the panel was unless there is an audience of 50 discussing the topic of "Judicial
supplies by the pollution-control stressing limited future growth to 100 they may not return next Reform" was Circuit Court Judge
KUTHIALA recommended that devices required on all auto- and use of resources if the energy year. Topics to be discussed will Everett Richardson of Jackson-
people stop looking at the various mobiles, situation is to be remedied, be announced later, ville.





THE HALYARD-March 6, 1974-Page 7

Accounting club

holds first meeting

SThe accounting club of Jason Selph.
University of North Florida had It was decided to designate the
its first official meeting Feb. 19. organization as a fraternity with
The club is open to junior and the Greek name to be decided at
senior accounting majors and the next meeting.
graduate students in the M.B.A. The accounting club proposes
Program. to stimulate and promote greater
interest in accountancy and to
Those students who attended sponsor seminars and confer-
the first meeting elected the ences on accounting and related
following officers: president, Ms. matters.
Sharon Mahon; vice-president, The second regular meeting
Mr. Jerry Cutright; treasurer, will be held March 5 in building
Mr. Olis Garber: secretary, Ms. 819 at 12 noon. This will be the
Stacy English; and advisor, Mr. last meeting of the quarter.

Slough vs. refinery

from page 1 Oliver to report the club's
need 25,833 tons of crude oil per findings back to him and to keep
Sday to operate. This would result the oil refinery a secret.
in 9,429,045 tons of crude oil per
year would have to be brought However, Milkey said that the
down the St. Johns River club decided not to withhold the
annually. This would double the information from the public and
a, amount of crude oil presently informed Carlucci that this was
Chndler Platt and Gayle Albert teeve the plaque for the presidents of the Psychology cub on whih their being shipped down the St. not in the best interest of the
names and the names of future club presidents will be engraved and placed display in the Psychology Johns. people of Duva County to remain
Department. silent about the refinery.
Other things being equal, said The club told Carlucci that if he
rs y Loftin, the danger of oil spills is did not make public his
amount of oil being brought in. So Thursday, February 21st, then
to double the oil brought in is to the club would.
double the danger of oil spills.
As the General Assembly aiming for 1,650 -- half of the constitution committee shall M y p d ot to te
approaches the time for its UNF population. post copies of th c-ile ite
evaluation and a decision as to its Their petition states: tio run the cam that lucci's staf was quite
continuance, a series of groups After the meeting the club's upset when they learned that
have sprung up on campus awith "ue l e the sho gs apettion signed by fifty public relations officer, Mike Sawmill Slough would not remain
ideas for change. the General Assembly we the percent of the students Milkey informed the press that silent about the refinery.
undersigned students move to against the constitution is Milkey informed the press that silent about the refinery.
Suggestionsfor change range establish a Student Government not received within four refin b Se R public dou t wa
from making the assembly a Association. When fifty per cent (4) weeks the provisions of Fraenk arluccate Representatinve h prmulgte do met wmae
smaller, representative body to of the student body has signed the constitution shall be with th clucb'sc rina meeting pmBt at an eslmat
establishing.- a :student guer't-- this: petition the Association will put into effect by the Oilth t clu cost of 16c per copy
ment organization. be formed in the following constitution committee." Inform students, faculty,
Criticism of the present manner: Some of the moves for change study the environmental impact a neer service, n a dmins-
assembly has centered on its (1) sigare reportedly being taken up by study of the planned refinery a
"unwieldiness" and the fact that be posted around the campus the Constitution Committee of the Furthermore, Carlucci asked about activity affe
it has accomplished little to date. stating the date, time and General Assembly. veity mm ty
Members of its committees, place for election of a
however, point out that some of constitution committee.
the committees are functioning "2. Individuals wishing to
and beginning to produce results. ierve on the constitution
OTHERS CITE the fact that the themselves in advance by
university administration has had notifying the University of
to resort to "task forces" as North Florida Democrats
evidence of the fact that the through their student. activi-
assembly concept is not working. "3. t he specified date, time, boe B nki g Servxce
While some of the movements and place the students shall
for change are not readily vote for seven (7) students
identifiable, the UNF Democrats to draft a constitution.
have made no secret of their drive Students receiving the most Checking Savin Loans
for a student government votes shall serve on the Checking Saving Loans
association. They have a petition committee.
being circulated, claim at least "4. After completing their
300 signatures to date and are task the chairman of the

General Assembly meets Open 9 AM to 3 PM Mon.-Thurs.
from page 1 provided for the election of new 9 AM to 6 PM Fri
way from prohibition of smoking, vice-chairman and the filling of
drinking and eating in classrooms several vacancies on committees
and/or everywhere on campus were tabled.
except the Boathouse.
IN DUE COURSE, all amend- Mr. Gerry Wade suggested Drive-In Tellers: 8:30 AM to 4 PM Mon.-Thurs.
ments were defeated and the that this be done because the
original proposal to prohibit assembly members had received 830 AM to 6:30 PM Fri.
smoking in classrooms was their agendas only the day 8:30 AM to 6:30 PM Fri.
passed. before the meeting and had not
had time to give thought to these
Items on the agenda which items.
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OPS ... on the way
DORIS MANUKIAN Washington and reissued the problem. But Gibson, who is also
What do the University of dredge permit on Dec. 20, 1973. vice chairman of the Blue Ribbon
North Florida and Offshore Power A final hearing of the case was Committee on Career Education
Systems (OPS) have in common? held in January, 1974 at which here, has a solution. He envisions :i
On the whole very little except Judge Scott ruled that the Florida a "skill-bank" in Jacksonville
for the fact that both arrived in Audubon Society's lawsuit was where a potential employer may :
Jacksonville at approximately the without merit and dismissed it go and "draw his employees"
same time--in the fall of 1972. with prejudice meaning it cannot
OPS opened its office in August be reilea on tne same grounds. LOCAL HIGH schools and
of 1972 and UNF began its first The society, however, plans to junior colleges have already
semester in September of the appeal. initiated vocational training t
same year. The only other legal obstacle programs and should provide
OPS is the exciting joint OPS now faces is the approval by OPS as well as other local
venture, formed by Westing- the Atomic Energy Commission businesses with a sufficient
house Electric Corp., the giant (AEC) and their studies of the number of skilled employees by
manufacturer of power genera- project are expected to be 1975.
tion equipment, and Tenneco, completed during 1975. Asked if these programs would
Inc., world's largest shipbuilder, OPS IS HERE to stay! On Jan. include training women as
to produce floating nuclear power 10, 1974 heavy tractors began welders etc., Gibson firmly stated
plants a year which, upon moving in on Blount Island, the that it would definitely include
completion, can be towed to their first step towards constructing "women in all fields."
final destination. OPS' midti-million dollar facility. Does UNF offer any courses for
The start of this tremendous What effect does this huge students who might be interested
project, however, was delayed by industrial venture have on in joining OPS? Gibson thinks
several months due to an Jacksonville? The economic UNF a tremendous college and
injunction brought by the Florida benefits for local residents will be hopes that many courses will be
Audubon Society in September of many. There will be plenty of job offered that are "designed fOr staff photo by Doris Manl an
1973. opportunities in construction and and around our needs." Harold J. Gbson, director of community relation for Offshore Power
The society charged the U.S. manufacturing when OPS begins SOME OF OPS' present Systems, views is h ompany's role as one solution to the energy crisis.
Army Corps of Engineers with hiring thousands of skilled employees as well as; some of
issuing a dredge and fill permit personnel in early 1975. their wives have already taken e Coe
for a marsh area on Blount Island By the time the project is advantage of having UNF so close N ali bi
to the Jacksonvire Port Auth- operating at full capacity there by. Gibson also says that OPS New obs available
ority, owners of the island, who will be 10 to 12 thousand plans to offer employees a liberal
planned to turn the permit over to employees. Most of these people tuition refund for any manage-
OPS, without holding a public will come form the Jacksonville ment training programs or The following full-time jobs are STATE OF FLORIDA DIVISION
hearing on the issue. The society area, including at least 23 per seminars attended. available for students during the OF HEALTH: Public Health-Vet-
also claimed that: the Corps had cent from minority groups. There is a great demand for spring quarter. Anyone interest- erinarian $2.35 an hour. Zoology
failed to comply with National Can Jacksonville come up with personnel at OPS, not just on the ed should contact the office of or biology students (or anyone)
Environment Poicy standards. such numbers of skilled workers? production line but also on the Co-operative Education and interested in placing cages in the
AFTER VARIOUS debates and Mr. Harold J. Gibson, director of administrative level and UNF Placement located in building 1, -Jacksonville area for studies in
public meetings, the matter was community relations at OPS, said perhaps may do its share to help room 1101. squirrel research.
settled by U.S. District Judge in a recent interview he realizes fill this void and at the same time
Charles R. Scott on Dec. 19, 1973 that presently there is a great help an organization which has ACCOUNTING: Seaboard Coast-
when he lifted the restraining need for skilled personnel in this taken the first major step truing line $600 up per month; city of Laboratory Technicians $2.35 an
order issued in September in area and he considers it a big to solve the energy crisis. Jacksonville $2.93 to $3.24 an hour. Biology or chemistry
hour; U.S. Government at Cecil students interested in the public
--------- --a -83 Field $3.31 an hour. These health field and laboratory work
positions require the basic related to this area.
accounting courses and at least a T.V. Production $2.35 an hour.
O ffici l N o t ces p 2.5 GPA. Communications major inter:s:hd: :
o o on er in developing a public relations
ngsc mater as recruitment effort at state c mop- t an film presentation.
Signs damage walls Please cooperate with us to rcuit t effort at ate f resen
avoid damage to our new community colleges during the Commercial Artists $2.35 an
A Message from Physical buildings. next four weks hour. Various positions for
Facilities to Faculty, Staff, and talented art students.
Students: Cashier adds hours Visits have been scheduled at
Lake City Community College, During the fall quarter 1973-74,
When we made our first move Mon., March 11; Daytona Beach the Cooperative education and Print Shop $2.35 an hour. Any
to campus under the Phase IB UNF Controller B. Michael Community College, Wed., Placement Center at the student who wants to learn about
program, many people began to Andreu has announced the March 13; Tallahassee Commun- University of North Florida was the printing trade or has had
stick plaques and other informa- following dates as additional ity College, Mon., March 18; awarded a Title 4-D Grant to plan experience in printing.
tional cards and charts on the cashier's hours during spring North Florida Junior College in and implement the cooperative
office walls using several quarter, 1974, registration: Madison, Wed., March 20; education program.
different kinds of adhesive tape. Miami Dade Community This grant provided funds to Business Administration $1.95
A great deal of damage was done March 5 8:30 a.m. 9:30 p.m.
Sget de all w t tae was March 8:30 a.m. 9:30p.m. College Mon., March 25; employ two cooperative education up an hour. Students interested in
Ss e Pensacola Junior College, Fri., coordinators. They are working personnel management, working
removed and a more permanent March 7 8:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. March 29; and St. Johns River closely with the director of with payrolls, classifications,
hanging of the material was March 11 8:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. Junior College, Mon., April 1. cooperative education and place- personnel management systems.
made. March 12 8:30 a.m. 9:30 p.m. ment to develop the pilot program
March 13 8:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. that was approved by academic
THE PHYSICAL facilities March 14 8:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. Graduates or former students council in July of 1972. SAFETY ENGINEER: Naval Air
THE PHYSICAL facilities Marchl24 8:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. Graduates or former students council in July of 1972. Rework Facility at the Naval Air
division wants to avoid having March 25 8:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. at these schools are particularly THE NEW cooperative educa- Station, Jacksonville $3.00 an
this happen under the Phase II March 26 8:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. desired. UNF students and tion coordinators hired under the Station, Jacksonville $3.00 an
move and asks that you consider March 27 8:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. faculty will have opportunities to grant are Ms. Sandra Hansford hour. Any major interested in
carefully whether it is necessary March 28 8:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. talk with community college and Mr. Louis Levy. interpreting the Occupational
to affix anything to the walls upon March 29 8:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. counselors, faculty, and students Two career counselors were Safety and Health Act, reviewing
immediate occupancy. March 30 8:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. about opportunities at UNF. also hired in the fall, Ms. Rosalyn safety procedures, investigating
A request to Larry Davis in April 1 8:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. King and Mr. Liddon Woodard. injuries to determine causes and
Physical Facilities to properly April 2 8:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. Persons interested in participa- Ms. Irene Roberts is the new adjustment in accordance
hang such material as you find April 3 8:30 a.m.8:30p.m. ting in the university's student clerk-typist and receptionist. with governmental regulatory
necessary would be acted upon as April 4 8:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. recruitment efforts These new staff members in agencies and company pro-
quickly as the manpower is April 5 8:30 a.m. -8:30p.m. r addition to the Director of
available and your walls would April 6 8:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. raged ton (ce p nt' ofc Cooperative Education and Place-
stay fresh and clean. *Last day to pay fees without the Wharton (vice president's office), C ooperative Education and Place-s, will
st25 late fee assessment is Sat., ext. 2700, or to sign up with Ms. meant, Ms. Carol Ann Boyles, will Eductors hold panel
$25There are many bulletin boards Gertie Weeks in that office. be happy to assist students with
There are many bulletin boards March 30. their career plans. On Monday, Feb. 18, five
scattered about which could be ** Additional $25 late fee their career plans. Inmemb ers of the elementary/se-
used with thumb tacks for posting assessed beginning on Mon., onmebeary educator ione leacumenttry/se-
notices and other miscellaneous April 1. condary education faculty pre-
material. Students receiving fnancial aid CAREER OPENINGS sented a panel on "Competency-
ratri.tuens r financialaid Based Teacher Education in
are reminded that their registra- EN I Reading and Language Arts" for
* a tion fee cards must be validated PHYSICAL FACILITIES: Custo- INFORMATION SYSTEMS: Com the Duval County Reading
aviation fee cards must be validated PHYSICALreFACLTE Cu Reading and Language Arts" for
at the cashier's window prior to dial Worker- $4,698.00; Operat- puter Systems Analysis Super- Council.
Sat., March 30. Failure to have ing Engineer I- $6,472.80; visor- $12,381.84.
ASTER the card validated by that date Groundskeeper I- $4,885.92.
EUROPEAN will result in a $25 late fee The panel was chaired by Dr.
MECH. assessment. ARTS AND SCIENCES: Clerk The panel was chaired by Dr.
MECH. assessment. UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT: Typist 11- $5,387.04. Bruce Gutknecht, assistant pro-
BICYCLES NEW-USED Director Development Service fessor of education and included
REPAIR PARTS & ACC. Student assistants needed -- Dr. Jim Mittelstadt, associate
BICYCLE INSURANCE UNF seeks students LIBRARY: Clerk Typist 11- Contact personnel department -- professor of education, Dr. Bill
$S,387.04. Ext. 2903. Herrold, Jr., assistant professor
1521UNF students and faculty of education, Dr. Earl Cheek, Jr.,
1521 UNF students and faculty COLLEGE OF EDUCATION: Halyard: Student assistants assistant professor of education
74 742 membeinrs have been inve Secretary (Temporary)- $2.76 per needed -- Contact personnel dept. and Mr. Roy Singleton, Jr.,
hour-t instructor of education.
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For 24-hour protection



Plumb outlines safety tips

Mr. John F. Plumb,director of of cars stopping to ask questions. other keys when having car 18. Have keys in hand so house 19. For your children, be alert.
security at UNF has compiled a Never accept rides. serviced or parked. Remove or garage doors can be opened Don't permit youngsters out at
list of safety tips for men and driver's license, credit cards, I.D. quickly. Do not stop to pick up night if at all possible. If
women on this campus to help 9. If accosted by anyone in a cards, receipts showing name or your mail when entering your necessary, have adult escort for
them avoid physical assault or car, run in opposite direction of address from your car. apartment building after dark if young children.
other personal harm. the car, but do not run to your you sense someone following or if
Much concern has been own home a pursuer would then 13. Check back seat and floor of it is very late.
expressed to the university Police know where to find you. your car before getting in. 20. Warn children against
Department by students who feel accepting rides or gifts from
apprehensive about walking 10. Avoid public facilities such 14. Lock all doors and put 16. Keep car in gear during strangers. Explain to them that
through the campus at night. as laundromats, restrooms, etc. windows high enough so no one brief stops, ready to move adults sometimes can be
The following list of safety at night. Never go to bars without can get an arm through. If anyone instandy. Carry flashlight and dangerous and ask them to report
precautions may help students, escort. tries to enter your car, sound horn flares. unusual incidents.
both on and off campus, to protect in short blasts. Continue until
themselves from possible 11. Be a defensive driver, avoid help arrives. If two cars hem you 21. Quickly estimate the
assaults, alcohol if driving, keep car in safe in threateningly, sound horn until 17. On public transportation, motives of a suspicious person
1. Before going out, cose and condition. help arrives, sit near driver. Never sleep and and then act protect yourself by
do not leave valuables loosely on screaming, running, hiding,
lockers all windows, doors, garage 12. Do notcarry license number 15. Drive to Police, Fire or lap. If you suspect someone is counterattack (attend a seminar
kdoos and windo. Do not eave or your name and address on your Service Station and report a following you, remain on bus until on defense tactics for women and
key in mailbox, under mat any keys. Remove trunk, house and suspicious car. next stop. learn the. best methods).
hiding place. Leave valuables at
home, do not carry large amounts
of cash. Carry a flashlight.,
2. Avoid walking alone if -victi a
possible. Walk on the side of the A C victim as uity party
street nearest traffic, facing
traffic. Don't jaywalk cross with
caution allow plenty of time. By JUDI BENSON
3. Be on the lookout for uneven "A Case of rape," shown by cream and two sugars...now.what tell someone but feels so THE RAPIST'S fiancee is even
sidewalks, broken curbs, holes Channel 12 on Feb. 20, was a was that again lady? I'm sorry I ashamed, almost as though she is pointed out in court to further
which could cause falls. poignant film which brought can't hear you. We must have a the guilty one, not the rapist. emphasize the seduction angle of
home the dilemma and reality of bad connection. What did you say -When her husband returns home the case. An attractive, sexy
4. Avoid narrow walkways rape. your name was...could you spell he is excited about his business woman, the jury sort of feels that
between buildings at all times. that? Joe, hand me a pencil. Ok, trip, offer of a promotion and the with a fiancee like that, why
The film, a world premiere of a now what did you want to timing simply does not allow would he want to become
5. If you must walk after dark, motion picture was fair in its report?" badly shaken by the Ellen to tell him. She quietly involved with Ellen? And the fact
note shadows which can alert you presentation of rape, showing experience,frightened and physi- decides to let the matter drop, that his sexual relations are
to a person some distance away. both sides of the story honestly in cally hurt, the victim cannot get practically convinced that her satisfying with his fiancee further
an effort to explore and present out the fact that she was raped,. It 'husband might not understand or emphasizes this point.
6. Walk a distance from alley the trauma of rape. is a rather delicate issue to blurt even believe her.
entrances or shrubbery, walk over the phone and the officer's
near the curb, not close to When the victim, Ellen Harrod, repeated questioning. makes it However, Ellen is raped a In contrast, the fact that Ellen
buildings~sior -oi, ~,un rmlmi,) played by Elizabeth Montgomery, impossible for her to make thl.- sed4ld'tihe by the amae man. had relations with a man for a
,'*L'. Ir,! ,';':"''" is, raped, the first time she- report. According to the film, thisis more before she was married
7. Carry purse close to body or attempts to contact the police. common than not. She is brutally works against her. As es the
under coat, hold so clasp will She receives a rather indifferent THE VICTIM next tries to beaten in an attempt to get away incident w her. As does tended a
open toward you. and frustrating reply. "What is it reach her husband who is out of and after this experience she does Christmas party without her
you wanted to report lady...hey town. Failing, she decides to wait report it to the police. husband, had a few drinks and
8. Watch for loiterers. Be wary Mack, bring me back one too, until he gets home. She wants to husband, had from a bachel
got a ride home from a bachelor
THE TREATMENT by the friend of theirs who lived across
police, examining doctor and the hall. She gets sick at the
Rasche angler talk on rape inhuman. One policeman asks, down on the couch before going
S"Come on lady, tell me the truth; home. The defense attorney yells
didn't you kind of enjoy it? I mean out, "Don't tell me nothing
Jacksonville is fifth highest in potential danger -- not only on of the offender, rather than a lot of women like the idea of happened while you were lying on
the nation in the reported campus, but anywhere, an dealing with the trauma of the rape. Didn't you encourage the the couch?" The character of
occurrence of rape. individual goes. victim. Rasche explained that in man?" She is treated throughout Ellen becomes more and more
the present system, once the by all like an animal, a piece of questionable to the point where
However, only 15 people came A representative from JU victim has told her story and her meat. "Hey, where's the rape?" even her husband begins to doubt
to a meeting Feb. 25 at the mentioned a program in self-de- safety is assured, the police from thatshe was raped.
University of North Florida (UNF) fense held there last fall. She said that point are concerned with the
to discussthe prbleofrape., the police officer directing it gave offender. It is a wonder that she has the
: .o .many specific suggestions for IN THE TRIAL, the victim is guts to go through with the
Dr.Chistine Raschassist prevention, in addition "victimized" again. She is in charges and even into court The rapist is found not guilty.
Dr. Christine Rasche,-asslstant>,, v where her background is However, three months after the
professor of sociology,. had. methods 'of defense. effect; on trial herself. As one whee her background is However, three months after the
;_ Ii e n ou examined and twisted ho turn the trial, as stated in an epilogue, he
invited Ms. Ellen Spangler, a Other suggestions included:. woman present said, a long-range. examined agd inst her rather'than was shot in the arm by police
co-ordinator of the Women's information to be handed out at goal should be to change the aws charges againshe thr an was hot inthe arm by polie
Rape Crisis Center just started in registration, articles in campus dealing with rape. the apst rape. He pleads guilty ad is
Jacksonville, to discuss the publications, films, an in-service The Rape Crisis Center also a mn. sentenced from one to five years
problem and answer questions, education program for police and hopes to educate men about Thereare any interest in prison. Three months after
health service for dealing with dealing with rape victims. Men facets brought out by the that, Ellen divorces her husband.
There were also four visitors. potential victims, and publicity of need to know how to help a wife, prosecuting attorney. First of all,
from Jacksonville University, the fact that UNF police officers family member or friend who has the law protects the rapist to a
three UNF police officers, two will escort people to their cars at been raped. They also need to great -degree. Because of GRANTED, THERE are many
UNF nurses, and four UNF night. learn how to help the victim if mistaken identity, false charges cases in which the woman yells
stuentsSPANGLER EXPLAINED spe they witness a rape. nd ert lnde iutsat some ae rape and it is not really rape but
AD SPANGLER fteX apL riN sp understandable but at the same simply guilt feelings after an
RASCHE AND SPANGLER felt cifically what the Rape Crisis The projected program will also time in this case it seemed unfair, affair. Rape is arsh charge to
that the meeting was successful, Center, would do. Its' role is include research into the where,:; The rapist's background, the fact afai. Rape is a man whether
despite the small number of mainly a supportive one -- in that when and why of rape. This that he has been charged with e place found guilt or not.
people attending. people would call for general information should help deal with rape on three previous occasions, However, as stated in the film,
-information or foradvice and help the problem,, and provide cannot be brought out in a court there are aso many cases of-rape
The objectives they plannned-- if they have been raped. information for ,changes in. of law.-Consequently when he that are never reported and after
providing general information The center particularly wishes community attitudes and laws. tells the story of "how it witnessing the treatment that
and focusing on preventative and to offer support -- a person who happened" Ellen is painted as the Ellen receives frth theapolie and
educational programs--were met understands what a rape victim VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED lonely housewife whose husband the court,ecitvs wonder pitis not
by the group. has experienced, someone to for the Rape Crisis Center. A is away a lot and in an effort to thubject tht is no de rt iscusse
accompany the victim to the training program is now in compensate for her loneliness, hashed over and explored. The
Rasche explained that only police station, hospital and court progress. Those interested may she seduces- young men. It is scars of a rape are difficult to
about one-fifth of rapes or if she has no one to go with her, a call 398-7728. believable to the jury, especially heal.
attempted rapes are reported, so follow-up service to help the : when the rapist appears as the '
that the.problem is greater than person deal with later emotional People are needed to work clean-cut all-American boy. And
statistics actually indicate. trauma, or referral for profession- on campus in the areas of as Ellen's lawyer points out, As Ellen's husband states, "It
al help. educational and. preventive pro- "The jury expects the rapist to was done to both of us." And as
SHE ASKED for suggestions of grams. Anyone interested should wear black socks arid grow fangs. Ellen states in court, "I am a
what can be done at UNF to The present emphasis is often contact Rasche, room 2543, They are not expecting the rapist human being and I was violated. I
educate the community to the predominantly on apprehension building 1. to look like anybody-else." am nt guilty. .
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Arts Calendar of events Brown in concert

Thursday March 7 JU String Orchestra 8 p.m. Recital Hal BY MARY BRUMBAUGH which seemed no more than a
Sally O'Reilly, Violinist Audit. Theatre whisper.
Fry Wrestling 8:15 p.m. Coliseum William Brown, tenor, accom- Brown described the Henri
ry March 8 Johnny Winter-In Concert 8 p.m. Coliseum panied by Dr. Gerson Yessin, Duparc chansons, "Soupier,"
State Basketball Tournament Coliseum rewarded the 200 people who "Le Manoir de Rosamonde" and
JU Faculty Recital, Eugene 8 p.m. Recital Hall braved the cold and the gas "Phidyle" as being "among the
Kavadlo, Clarinetist shortage with an outstanding most remarkable songs in the
Saturday March 9 State Basketball Tournament Coliseum performance at the concert he history of music." It was the
presented Feb. 26. "fusion of words and music"
which Brown mentioned in the
Sunday March 10 Ice Hockey, Barons vs Hershey 7:30 Coliseum- The program ranged from program notes which made these
JU Orchestra, Prof. William 8 p.m. Swisher Audit. classical numbers to operatic songs so touching.
McNeiland, conducting r arias to folk songs, giving Brown
the opportunity to utilize the full The English fold songs by
Monday March 11 Harlem Globetrotters Coliseum range of his voice and Benjamin Britten, "The Foggy
interpretation. Foggy Dew," "O Waly, Waly"
day March 12 Ice Hockey, Barons vs Hershey 7:30 Coliseum and "The Miller of Dee," were
FJC Film Series: Snow White & 12:30 p.m. Cumber; C64 -..............................-. sung with a light touch.
the Three Stooges 7:30 p.m. North; B302
South; Main Aud. A Halyard review
Thursday March 14 Lawrence Welk Coliseum
Friday March 15 Atkins, Randolph and Cremer Coliseum --.- ."....."...."... YESSIN'S ACCOMPANIMENT
Miss FJC Pageant 8:15 p.m. Civic Audit. Theatre which was thoughtful and
Saturday March 16 Wrestling 8:15 p.m. Coliseum THE HIGHLIGHT of the enhancing throughout, was par-
program for many of the audience ticularly exciting in "The Miller
Sunday March 17 Ice Hockey, Barons vs Bait. 7:30 p.m. Coliseum was "City Called Heaven." of Dee." Yessin and Brown
Brown performed the spiritual a complemented one another well.
Monday March 18 Ice Hockey, Barons vs Bait. 7:30 p.m. Coliseum cappella, and seemed as moved
as the audience when the song Brown performed two contrast-
Tuesday March 1924 Holiday on Ice with Snoopy Coliseum ended. ing operatic arias. His forceful
Tuesday fMch 19 FJC Film Series: W.C. Fields 12:30 p.m.& Lcatioes approach to "Questa O Quella
festival 7:30 p.m. Above Brown sang two other (from Rigoletto)" by Guiseppe
Thursday M h 21 spirituals, "Jesus Lay Your Head Verdi was very dramatic.
Thursday March 21 "Pajama Game" Auditorium in de Window" and "Witness."
FJC Jazz-Rock Ensemble & 8:15 p.m. Civic Aud. Theatre He described this musical form as This contrast made the sad
Symphonic Band being "imperishable" in the and haunting "La fleur que tu
Friday March 22 FJC Pop Concert Auditorum program notes which he wrote for m'avais jetee (from Carmen)" by
"Babes in Arms" (opening nite) 8:30 Theatre Ja. the concert. With interpretations Georges Bizet even more
JU Band Concert, Prof Alvin 8 p.m. Swisher Audiorim such as Brown's, it is easy to see beautiful.
Rogers conductingp.m. Swisher Audi why they will remain an
important part of our musical
y rh 23 Gospel Sing Auditorium heritage. THE PROGRAM OPENED
with "Deposuit Potentes" by J.S.
Sunday March 24 Three groups of songs were Bach. Although it was one of the
JU Chorus "The Passion 4 p.m. Riverside Baptist Church included in the program--Ger- shorter pieces, it contained
According to St. Matthew" by man, French and English. "practically every Baroque styl-
Bach, Prof. Edward Bryan, Brown's dramatic presentation istic element."
conducting combined with the richness of his
voice emphasized the -varying' Wolfgang-'. Mozart's l'Mis-
esdLilit Gampel, Violinist Auditorium moods of the songs. ero! 0 Sogno!," a recitative, and
FJC Film Series: Ship of Fools 12:30 p.m. location E PERFORMED four Franz "Aura, che intorno (K:431)", an
(Vivian Leigh & Jose Ferrer) 7:30 p.m. above Schubert songs, "Der Schiffer aria, provided a showcase from
Ice Hockey, Barons vs Rochester 7:30 p.m. Coliseum (Im Winde Im Sturme)," "Der Brown's technical excellence.
Jungling an der Quelle," "Der
Wednesday March 27-29 Miss Ann Sothern, Performance TBA Jungling und der Tod" and Brown received a standing
and Workshop (JU) "Auflosung." Particularly mov- ovation from the small, but highly
ing was the "sigh" Louise in appreciative audience which
Thursday March 28 Sam Levenson Auditorium "Der Jungling an der Quelle," heard his tour de force.
Wrestling 8:15 p.m. Coliseum

March 28-30 FJC Players present 8:15 p.m. Players By The Sea Ta help offer d by IRS
"Rashomon" Theatre Tax help offered by IRS
Friday March 29 Ice Hockey, Barons vs Providence 7:30 p.m. Coliseum

Saturday March 30 Country Music Festival Coliseum If you have an income tax through the filing season from 9
return to file, you'll be glad to a.m. to 1 p.m. Local residents
Sunday March 31 Ice Hockey, Barons vs Providence 7:30 p.m. Coliseum know that there are a number of may call 354-1760.
time-saving improvements on the
returns as we0l as -shorter and JACKSONVILLE AREA RESI-
................ .. more simpifi~d instructions. for 'DENTS needing help who can't
making them out. visit the local office may also
A. J. O'Donnell. Jacksonville receive free assistance from
District Director of the Interiial counselors with the Volunteer
Revenue Service (IRS), estimated Incomce Tax Assistance Program.
that over 2.8 million individual The volunteers help taxpayers
returns would be filed in Florida with simple filing requests. For
for 1973 and they would be easier further information concerning
to work with than the 1972 forms. the nine area locations and the
times the counselors are
THE MAJOR IMPROVE- available, individuals may call
MENTS in the 1973 tax forms volunteer counselor Paul Thomp-
which are due to be completed by son on, Wednesdays (CQ) at
taxpayers and mailed by April 15 356-9471, extension 5 from 1 p.m.
include the elimination of to 4 p.m.
Schedule "B" for reporting
details of dividends and interest; Taxpayers were also urged to
elimination of the requirement to make certain that if they have
list contributions for which the their returns filled out by
taxpayer has cancelled checks or someone else, they know who
receipts and the elimination of the they are dealing with. O'Donnell
requirement to- list names and said that in past years, some
dates for claiming payments to "unscrupulous" persons have
doctors, dentists and hospitals. prepared tax returns for indivi-
duals.
People who have a question to
ask about the long Form 1040 or "We hope that taxpayers will
the short Form 1040A can call or avoid doing business with
visit the local IRS office in the fly-by-night return preparers and
Federal Building at 400 W. Bay we urge taxpayers to exert
St. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to extreme care in selecting a
4:30 p.m. weekdays. The' office competent and honest tax
will also be open on Saturdays consultant." said O'Donnell.
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3 'Forum' floors them
BY BUZZ MILLS
A funny thing is happening at performance was not easy, but threw wood on the comedy pyre
the Thunderbird Dinner Theatre. was superbly done under the already burning on stage.
Actors dressed in ancient Roman direction of Art Vestry. Frol- HYSTERIUM IS A slave that is
garb are guiding the audience on Ilicking along, "Forum" shows oddly enough constantly hyster-
a madcap adventure that fantastic blocking and staging ical. Charles S. Bershatsky is
"s -. J .promises to keep you rolling in from the opening production, dance by dance, song by song,
the aisles with laughter. "Comedy Tonight," to the and line by line Hysterium. His
slapstick finale. comedy reprise of "Lovely"
"A Funny Thing Happened On leaves you rolling with laughter.
The Way To The Forum" brings VESTRY SHOWED more of his Local residents, Richard Val-
pure farce to the stage that talent as the -conniving slave liere as Erronius and Ernest
delights and titillates from Pseudolus. Dancing and singing Goldsmith as Lycus, give
beginning to end. and acting came with ease and excellent support to "Forum."
"Let the play begin!" says finesse from Vestry. No perfor- No farce is complete without a
SPrologus in a short prologue--and mance could be too big for him. little sex appeal. "Forum" is
so it does. With a quick costume Gary Harger and Jacqueline represented well. by the courtes-
change Prologus transforms into Reilly portray the bewitching ans, B.J. Hanford as Vibrata,
Pseudolus, an unhappy slave that lovers, Hero and Philia, to a "T". Nancy Gregory as Gymnasia and
wants to be free. His master, With the song "Lovely" they Christine Barker as Tintinabula.
Actor and Director, Art Vestry, plays In the madcap adventure, "A Hero, agrees to grant his freedom combine the beauty of comedy PLAYING AT LEAST three
Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" now at the but must complete one task with the beauty of their voices. characters each, Derek Wol
Thunderbird Dinner Theatre. first--get Hero the girl next door. As Hero's parents, Senex and shonak and Marius Hanford

sRiddle designs. -V s t s tactfully happens to be the Betty Chretien characterize that costume and character changes
resident virgin within a house of age-old situation--an overbearing ranging from eunuchs to soldiers.
courtesans. Obtaining his free- wife and mousy but "wanting to
BY LUTHER ANTHONY dom becomes moire complicated sow his last oat" husband. All of these talented actors
-. .. ,a when Pseudolus discovers the Charles Ryan as Miles combined with the musical
Theatre and lighting designer proj'etions and "gassy" lights virgin is sold to a Roman warrior. Gloriosus, the Roman captain, direction of Bill Davis, choreo-
Larry Riddle visited the Feb. 21, will help to give the play the With his work cut out for him, portrays what must have been graphy of Jay Grimes and set
session of the Theatre Workshop depth necessary. Pseudolus sets out to complete the ancient Roman superstar. designs of Richard J. Feathering-
class taught by Dr. Jane Decker. LARRY FEELS that German his job with madcap schemes and Ryan doesn't have the physical ill bring together a delightfully
Larry will serve as scene and dramatist Bertolt Brecht was a zany antics involving drugs, drag stature you would expect of a ridiculous performance that gives
lighting consultant for the major figure involved in the and devious diseases. Roman soldier, but his Dudley exactly what it promises--
workshop's spring production of liberation of stage designs. Thus Putting all of that into one Doright characterization only "comedy tonight"
Freidrich Durrenmatt's play making the job of the scene and ...................
"The Visit." lighting designer a little easier. : os a Ruditions
Further,. he thinks that Durren-
matt meant for simplicity to be aSw o
Riddle emphasized to the class key factor in the staging of his Auditions for the '74 season of notes, "and we want to involve as company members have the
the possible problems involved in play. Florida's official state play many people from this area as opportunity to participate in
staging the tragi-comedy, set in Riddle, a Tallahassee resident, "Cross and Sword," will begin possible." workshop productions and
the present. has served in the capacity of Saturday, March 9, at 9 a.m., TOM RAHNER, chairman of classes. We have positions open
technical director, scene and according to general manager the Flagler College drama for people of all ages from
costume designer as well as Jerry Allen. department will direct "Cross eighteen on up.
One of the major obstacles lighting director. He is a graduate Actors, singers, 'dancers and and Sword" for the seventh "CROSS AND Sword" was
Riddle feels the class will run up of both Jacksonville University technicians will be screened at consecutive year. written by Pulitzer Prize winner
against is the fact that the play is (B.A., Drata) and Carnegie-Mel- the St. Augustine Amphitheatre "Actors should prepare a Paul Green. Commissioned to


scenery. The use of slide for the Alhambra Dinner Theatre. technicians and extras" Allen should prepare one classical or The production blends music,
semi-classical number, ard dan- dance and drama with spectacular
IIII iII ......n.. urnIIu uIumIIIItINMMNl utulthIftuM j cers must bring workout clothing, light and sound effects to tell the
Prepared routines are not story of the tumultuous struggle
f c I -necessary as our choreographer faced by Pedro Menendez de
will give his own. Technical Aviles and his followers as they
Applicants will be interviewed and endeavored to build a permanent
a i oL C oe should bring a resume of past settlement in the Florida
S experience. Everyone should wilderness in 1565.
bring a photograph if possible." "Cross and Sword" will go into
0= UAllen points out that "All rehearsal June 6, opens June 21
i j positions are paid, and, in and will play nightly except
addition to "Cross and Sword," Sundays through September 1.

E*L shtJud Sewice Sarfsu FLORIDA'S OFFICIAL STATE PLAY


b Cross andSworn
e ,By Paul Green

AUDITIONS
Actors Singers Dancers


Saturday, March 9, 1974
St. Augustine Amphitheatre AIA South
Alfl wKW gwuasudeed Starting at 9 A.M.

ACTORS: Prepare a memorized reading, not to exceed
two minutes.
US k SINGERS: Bring one prepared number classical or
= 'semi classical.

DANCERS: Wear work out clothing. A prepared routine
Sat is not needed.

TECHNICIANS: Personal interviews. Supply resume of
P_-- 641-0877 i experience.
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SBy T Beer is

.Steve Coming

Ro sUT BY RICKY CREWS
Rogers O U T_ Barring unforeseen circum-
stances beer will be sold at the
Boathouse beginning spring
The best conference basketball played in... quarter, according to Ward
The best conference basketball played Hancock, director of administra-
The Southeast, the Atlantic year. N.C. State; Maryland and tive services.
Coast, the Pacific Eight....? Even North Carolina should be in
hough Vandy, UCLA, Notre everybody's top ten at this year's No beer will be sold at the
Dame, Marquette, Long Beach end. The number three team in Boathouse until an additional
State (to mention a few) and many the conference could very well be food service facility is available.
other teams are good, the best the number three team in the The new food service nearing
all in this country is played in nation. completion in building eight of
Atlantic Coast Conference . the Phase II buildings is much
ACC). Where else can you go and see larger than the Boathouse and
The ACC boasts two (and the top flight ball week after week will go into operation with the
sometimes three or four) of the in conference play? opening of the spring quarter.
nation's top 10 teams year after
Is George really the champ? When the new food service
ST .. opens the Boathouse will serve
Many people ask how George Muhammed Ali even though he -- Staff photo by Don Manukl. snacks and foods that require only
Foreman manages to keep his may not be the best around (this warming. Sandwiches such as
world heavyweight crown when is not to say he wasn't the One of two black ducks captured and donated to the Boathouse pond by roast beef, ham and pastrami will
the only "fight" he has had as a greatest). the University Golf Club appears to be content with his [her?] new be prepared at the new food
defense was with a "has been" surroundings. service and transported to the
named Roman. The poor guy only Though Ali may not be the Boathouse to be warmed
lasted two rounds before being best, he is the most active of the oaoue e warmed.
totally demolished. The fight contenders and by far the most
ended by a TKO. noticeable. In short, a paradox U AT PRESENT no plans are
sums up the situation. The best is being made to purchase ovens or
George Foreman doesn't de- not the most deserving while the grills to cook pizzas at the
serve the championship, but then most deserving may not be the BY JEANNIE ROYCRAFT director of physical facilities, if boathouse, because the boat-
who does? The answer may be best. they are "hes" and "shes" we'll house does not conform to the
With all the talk of "lions 'n know for sure. They're worse Hotel and Restaurant Commis-
8 million basketball player tigers n' bears" in the woods of than rabbits. sion's requirements for a
Word has it that Bill Walton anyone should get anything close University of North Florida, little restaurant. It was build as a
may get $4,500,000 to turn pro at to this amount of money, and I attention has been focused upon temporary food service until an
the end of his college career. agree. However, if UCLA has a the latest addition to the wild-life, PROVIDING THEY adjust to additional one could be provided.
$4,500,000 center, then N.C. two black ducks, donated by the the new environment and the
If this is true, Leon Benbow State and several other teams University Golf Club. environment to them, four more
should get $5,500,000, Len have players worth a lot more, A BIT SLIPPERY to catch and ducks-may be added and a control Two brands of draft beer will be
Elmore, $6,000,000, and last but hard to woo with juicy plump group of six will be maintained, sold this spring. They will be
definitely not least, David Besides, Ace bandages and ice bugs and other mouth-watering This. is to insure a balance in served in paper or plastic cups
Thompson should be getting should double the worth of Bill appetizers (as they are well-fed nature and eliminate the because no facility exists for
$8,000,000. Walton if the team doesn't charge themselves) they were finally problems that arise from washing mugs at the boathouse.
It may sound absurd that him for them. caught after a two-hour chase and over-population as at the
Racing or football? W h u s m e g ? are now making their home University Golf Club and E T H c f er
Racing or football? Which uses more gas bathing and sunning in the pond Friendship Park in downtown EVEN TilOG t s f b
A major magazine recently used. behind the Boathouse. Jacksonville. This does, of i class aaile brF students
made a survey of all major sports Although we don't know if they course, depend upon the "hes" beer license stipulates that the
in the United States to determine The reason is more than likely are "hes" or if they are "shes", and she's and their cooper- beer must be consumed on
which sport caused the fan to that the race fans are aware of according to Mr. Tom Boswick, ation. Boathouse premises. Beer cannot
burn more gas in order to pursue criticism and car pool to events be taken to the classroom.
personal happiness, whereas football fans may not be
so aware.
The result? The sportsmen
damned by the ignorant masses, It should be obvious now to the
motor racing enthusiasts, used newly informed that you can't
one-sixth of the gas that the low judge a sport just by the
energy sport football enthusiasts competitors.
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Life in a plastic world /

Does quality exist in the over all picture of this highly technological
and extremely complicated society in which we live?
Wouldn't it be wonderful if we could say of our present culture, "this NE:
is truly the best of all possible worlds."
It would be possible to compose a long list of positive things on one
hand and an equally long'list of negative ones on the other side
depending on each person's attitude and ideas.
WE HAVE BECOME in many ways a society which substitutes any 1
and everything for "humanistic-reality". We discard that which is
natural and replace it at best with fakery or substitutes for that which is
real or natural. There are no limitations of how far we will go with this
falsification. s \

What seems to be lacking is concern about the quality of life. For too
many, quality was. replaced long ago by quantity and realism by fakery.
Our society has been called the plastic culture by many and it seems
that this plastic culture has created a monster which in order to
survive, must have constant crisis. A prime example is the Viet-Nam
War.. .
IN THE UNITED States as in no other country in the world, we have IFROtN
the ability and the means to make life comfortable and meaningful for'
all people. The only limits are those that lie within each of us to
whatever degree. We could create beautiful cities; perserve our air and
water; travel through communities on excellent highways or in a fine
mass transit system. We have the talent and know-how.
What we need is to re-discover the passion for living in a qualitative
not quantative state. We must re-discover the celebration of life. What
else is there really? If the caring, the warmth, the beauty has gone G ra d r g e ts
from the act of living, where do we go? What do we have left? These
are all questions each of us must ask ourselves and deal with
individually. BY LIDDON WOODARD made at least one class a week gas, but to come in anyway-they
LIVING A LIFE as fully and as beautifully as possible is first of all a Placement counselor and even knew the color of the were making a killing charging
personal commitment. Each individuals life can be no better than the textbooks used in each of his kids $3.00 to fill up their bicycle
real person he or she is and the hope for this endangered planet is the classes, tires.
rebirth of "realistic idealism" both individually and collectively. Grady the prospective grad was Harry the Hunter began to NEEDLESS TO SAY Grady was
If we seek true quality in all that we do the downward trend of values drifting down the arcade not even explain the Plenty Money Oil really impressed. Harry told
will stop and a return to humane and basic goodness will begin, noticing Henri the hippie who was Company to Grady. He told Grady Grady that he would send him an
CAROLYN KENYON lying in Grady's path. Grady that even though the company invitation to visit the company's
would graduate next week. and had been out of gas for the last headquarters 'C.O.D, and a few
commence to set the world on three years that they were still the baseball -t'iding-.irds!;He-evn't't
----fi-.- He--W-as -h-his-'iiy'a tiii' most profiabe .g~s, ,cmp y- tol.ay;-thatrhdidnitiindthe
placement center to talk to Harry arou6tiI It seems that the tobacco stains on his madras coat,
the Hunter, from the Plenty company had put a sign on all of the coat's bleeding caused by the
G sloping quarters, w hoa! Money Oil Company. their service stations explaining stains would give a more
p that they were temporarily out of expensive appearance.

Another quarter is galloping to a close and the general feeling is that HENRI THE hippie, mean-
it has all been too fast. Several books, projects and papers later while, was protesting Tommy
students stand awed at the prospects of a whole new quarter and setofet who.has just that morning E H A L
courses. erased six months of hard work by
trying to figure out if that large
WHEN PEOPLE YAWN and complain about apathy on campus I dirt pile in the parking lot was Published every other week by members of the Newspaper Workshop
cannot help but agree but then again nine weeks leaves the student either Henri's hippie van or the class at the University of North Florida for all members of the UNF
with little time for involvement. By the time you finally feel you have results of a week-end orgy by a community.
thegest of a subject, you are tested on the material or are obligated to colony of sea gulls.
write intelligently on the matter. Consquently there's no time left for Grady was to collaborate with
anything else. Slick Sam the placement man Opinions expressed in this newspaper are not necessarily the opinion
before amazing Harry the Hunter of the University or its officials.
It is not just the students that are being affected by this quickly with his mastery of the academic
method of "in-depth" learning but also the professors who are forced world. Grady had even taken Slick STAFF
to begin writing a syllabus for the next course before the present one is Sam's advice and washed his
completed. dungarees, however, he could see News Editor ..................................................Dee Uselton
no future in polishing his tennis Assistant News Editors ..........Sylvia O'Dell, Barbara Walters
And how can you fairly give a survey course of a certain period when shoes. Reporters.........Stan Bellows, Ricky Crews, Thelma Cribbs,
half the authors must be dropped due to lack of time? Kyla Fowler, Kathy Merrey, Buzz Mills, Harold Morgan,
The UNF emblem on his sweat Jeanie Roycraft, Roger Sallas, Lynne Welch, Ellyn Davenport
FOR STUDENTS whose goal it is to bound through college with as shirt really stood out, in fact the Feature Editor ........................... .......... Judi Benson
little pain as possible, or I should say, with as little involvement as shirt hadn't been washed in so Assistant Feature Editor .......................Carolyn Kenvon
possible, the quarter system could be a good thing. But for the student long that the whole thing could Feature Writers and Columists ..........Luther Anthony, Shirley
who enjoys the learning experience, likes the subject he is taking, nine stand by itself. Slick Sam whisked Corbin, Mary Kellet; Lynn Woodbridge, Steve Rogers
weeks is a really brief period for all the discussions and exploratins the Grady into his telephone booth Editorial Page Editor ....................................Dale Edelberg
student desires. and prepped him for the coming Editorial Writers ... Steve Edwards, Gary Lindley, Michael
interview. He was especially Milkey.
I cannot forsee any way of slowing down this process as it is unlikely careful to tell Grady that if he was Columnists ................ Linda Center, Larry Spisak.
that the University of North Florida will alter its system. Perhaps going to chew tobacco during the Art/Photo Editor .....................................Don Renshaw
though, courses could entail a two-quarter kind of set-up like so many interview, that the gracious thing Photographers ..................Mike Milkey, Doris Manukian
other things...to be continued next quarter. This would not appeal to to do was to offer Harry the Production Manager ..................................Mary Brumbaugh
everyone but for those who feel hassled at the cramming of courses like Hunter a plug before hand. Production Staff .................Patty Petrucci, Mary Merritt
I do, it could slow the pace. HARRY THE Hunter finally Makeup Staff ........ Sharon McConnell, Joyce Johnson,
arrived and was introduce to Brenda Baldwin, George White, Barry York, Rusty McIntyre,
IT SEEMS at the start of each new quarter that the time allowed is Grady by Slick Sam. Harry looked Connie Hoffman, Dennis Devoe
plenty. However, students tend to forget about things like sleeping and magnificent in his madras sport Advertising Manager ............................Lee Donaldson
eating and any other outside activities they might want to become coat with striped pants, button Advertising Staff .................Bill Scully, George Comer
involved in. In fact, when I look at my time schedule, sleeping and down shirt with the thin tie with Personnel Manager ...............................Ruth Skapyak
eating are the only things I can eliminate. "I Love Mother", printed Circulation Manager ................................Jim Alderman
sideways on it. You could see that Circulation Staff ....Gaynell Jernigan, Terry Mothershed.
Like the New Year's resolution, stands the New Quarter resolution, he had success written all over
Great plans are made for all the unfinished projects of the previous him and with the Donald Duck
quarter. And there is always the hope that we will someday get valise case, he was the epitome of Editor and General Manager ... Assoc. Prof. W.J. Roach
organized. the business world.
In the meantime get on your track shoes for another spring through Grady could tell that Harry Editorial offices located at The University of North Florida, St. John's
the quarter system. Maybe tomorrow will be cancelled due to a lack of was really impressed with him, Bluff Road South, P.O. Box 17074, Jacksonville, Florida 32216.
time. especially after Grady had made Telephone: (904) 646-2817.
JUDI BENSON the comment that he tried to _
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