Freidman-- UFOs are real' .
FRANK E. STANFIELD
Are flying saucers real? governments of Earth are waiting Freidman explained that there
Nuclear physicist Stanton Freid- for a suitable time--perhaps as have usually been one of three
man seems to think so. Freidman early as 1976. to tell their citizens types of encounters between
appeared on U.N.F.'s campus that we are being visited by aliens earthlings and aliens. One
April 19, and gave students a from outer space. encounter is where both parties
sneak preview of his more According to Freidman. Gallup observe each other and not much
extensive lecture at Sandalwood polls show a higher percentage of else happens. Another encounter
High School that night. people believing in life in outer is an individual eyewitness
He maintains that the Air Force space in 1973 than in 1963. account of an alien giving him a
and other government agencies A skeptic at first, Freidman religious message. Freidman
have accumulated physical evi- eventually became convinced of feels that this is the least feasible
dence such as photographs and extra terrestrial activity because encounter. The third type of
soil samples that verify his claims of the large number of cases encounter is where earthlings
of the large number ofs cases lal cmmuniy F1 due wh i a
of extra terrestrial activity from where reliable observers"n captured and treated
outer space. witnessed bizarre space craft as specimens. In this situation the
He also believes that the activity. see page 7
l THE HfibY RD
Vol. 1 No. 8 University of North Florida Jacksonville, Florida Wednesday, May 1, 1974
Internationally-known photographer Jerry Uelsrnmann whose work
hild care' uture ost assured will go on display May 13 in the university norary. e
'Child care' future almost assured ae8
The Child Care Task Force made a proposal for the type of and staff as well. To reserve a Fee change possible
(CCTF) has completed a proposal service they felt the students, place for the child, a $10 fee will
recommending a Child Care faculty and staff required. be requested to be applied toward fa va
Service at the University of North the weekly fee. be fAvai
Florida (UNF) to begin operation The CCTF recommends that The proposal is to create a u u W
October 1974. The proposal was the proposed center offer services facility in which children will be
presented to Dr. Thomas for 40 children, ages 2-and-a-half given learning experiences.
Carpenter, UNF university presi- through 5, as well as after-school Training experiences will also be BY RUTH F. SKAPYAK A possible change in the fees
dent, by the CCTF at a meeting care for children in the first offered for professionals, para- o ll time an pt theee
last week. through the fifth grades. The professionals and parents. The students may affect the over all
proposed number of children is center also hopes to provide Two computer discrepancies dirents ma affection of all state universities.
The proposal includes informa- based on the premise that most expanded opportunities for obser- o uer epane etn a tate nete
tion on a suggested budget, hours responses varied as to the hours nations and field experiences for ard one fee unerpayeent iero
of operation for the facility, needed for child care. Children in the UNF student body and the revealed ba the recent internal UNF may suffer some loss
number and ages of children, the morning hours in some cases local community. Florida (UNF). i it of Norter enrage me
location of the center and goals of would be leaving in the afternoon A variety of activities have Flo the legislature and becomes final
a Child Care Service. at the same me e other children been proposed with numerous Mr. Ernest Wild, director of but Dr. Thomas Carpenter,
would come into the center. playthings and ample outdoor internal control at UNF, was president of UNF, is in favor of
he F was feor edS that space. The suggested site for the impressed by the favorable the "more realist fee structure
March by Dean George Corrick to THE CCTF PROPOSES that facility will be located at the main results of the report to Chancellor for part-time students.
determine the need for a Child the center be open from 7:20 a.m. entrance to the campus. Relocat- Robert Mautz on UNF's enroll-r a
Care Service on campus and the to 10:00 p.m. with a hot lunch and ables will be considered for the meant figures for fall and winter The plan is to change thfee
type of service needed. two snacks served for children at center. term from a 190 per quarter fee,
the facility more than four hours. TEACHER/DIRECTOR will covering one or all courses, to a
instructor in education, was A minimum payment of $22.50 be hired to supervise the facility THE AUDIT WAS ordered by per-credit fee of $13. Under this
instructor in education, was A minimum payment of $22.50 and aid in the training of the staff. the Board of Regents due to a plan. a five-credit course would
appointed chairperson of the per week for full-time students tcost $65 (instead of the current
appointed chairpers appointed to the and .75 per/hou week for partfull-time students CCTF also hopes to hire two recent discovery of possible $80 minimum). A fulltime student
force. Others appointed to the and .75 per/hour for part-time part-time teachers and approxi- "statistic-padding" at Florida wo u l d pay $195 instead of the
task force d ere: Dr. Travis students will be required. A full mately three student assistants. State University.pay $195 instead of the
Carter, director of the counseling week would be considered 40 current $190.
department and associate profes- hours. Carpenter was impressed with UNF was able to complete its THE NEW FEE STRUCTURE,
Hasort ofe associate professor. Jack the work that has been done on report before the April 24 if approved would thus benefit
Hartje, associate rd Hancok, parents give two reomm ended thatof the child care facility and stated deadline. The audit was done if approved, should thus benefit
psychology, Mr. Ward Hancock, parents give two hours a week of that at this point it is just a matter under the direction of Wild andpart-time student and
director of administrative service their time to work with the that at this point it is just a matter under the direction of Wild and Brossett. especal would aid UNF Dr.
and Ms. Judi Benson, student. children as a part of a parent of checking into the availability of his assistant, Ms. Joyce Brossett. especially n would aid UNF.
training program. funds. Many of the projects Wild explained that they could
The task force sent out. a recommended by the CCTF will not have completed their task or UNF enrollment is steadily
"needs survey" to assess the It is requested that day care be subsidized by university reported such a favorablequarter.
level of demand for child care registration be made at the time atmosphere at UNFwithout the Figures show that about
services at UNF. Random the students register for their The task force will continue its constant effort of all UNF "rank two-thirds of UNF students are
sampling was taken by handing classes. Children will be accepted work but will form into a and file" employees to maintain part-time. The per-credit propo-
out forms to six morning classes on first-come first-serve basis committee and add members to good records. The "Full Time sal, it is believed, would provide
and to students at a table located with students' children consid- the original group. Members of Equivalent" (FTE) formula for further encouragement for part-
at the center of the campus. ered first. Also, siblings of the committee will work on those funds which governs all state time registrations. An increase
Although surveys are still coming children already accepted will be areas that they are most university system allocations is here would. of course, have an
in. the initial decision was based accepted first. It is hoped that as interested in to further develop under re-evaluation by the effect ultimately of increasing the
on 107 responses received. From the center expands, they will be programs for the facility and Florida House Appropriations total FTE.
this information the task force able to accept children of faculty avoid pitfalls. Committee.
;" -4 correction I: +
It was brought to the attention
44. of the Halyard staff that the story .:-:.::::: :.
of April 3, 1974 regarding the :
; UNF Women's Club donation of :i::::: i: : ::-:::.:
A a "Dogwood trees was incorrect in
Carpenter.e popo$se s Mptas \
"'":.IX _, ... L the number of trees donated and ActiOn Teai.i.se" :: 7
that the last paragraph of the Jobs .ok bete:.for '74
,. :, story was never printed. gradtS. .see pg.6
SThe oversight is regrettable Annual report favors UN
faculty.,.see pg. .1.
and we hope this will correct the ..: ...
'Musketeers' ia.mnical ex-
r story and give credit to the group, perience...see pg. 8
S+,Forty-three trees were given to
S" .. UNF professor exhibits are;...
S. the university and planted around .see pg. 9.
cam s S # Staff Photo by Mike Milkey the entrance of the Boathouse to
Dr. Erle Brambaugh displays a wildcat skull during the Second Annual Eco-encounter held Sunday on pai king lot No. 5.
campus. Sere page I0. ....
Page 2 May .1 1974 THE HALYARD
One more energy saver
The energy impact upon the American public has influenced a
profound,reorganization of thinking on the part of decision making.
Costs of annual summer training in the military reserves in one area
that has had reservists wondering why long cross-country summer
encampments are necessary. Effects of the -energy crisis has moved I Z
into the military ranks according to the Department of Defense, and
an explanation of reserve movement and methods to curtail costs
can be explained as follows: nt
TO MAINTAIN READINESS all military unit training is
scheduled at available locations based on unit training requirements -- "
and support capability. Annual training must therefore be realistic,
progressive, meaningful and challenging to both the individual and / J
the unit. This cannot always be achieved at the nearest military /
reservation. If a reserve unit has a unique mission, the factors used
in the selection o the summer camp must be concurred by the unit
coj~mp^" I the commander of the regional: command
Sla view oftjhs situation the Department of Defense has directed a mum
Reduction in thel consumption of up to 10 per cent of the 1974
allocatitn fr the reserve components. A review of training activities
-to determine additional fuel savings include:
(A) Establishing intensive management procedures to insure T y re uac s anyw
units have established controls to reduce consumption of fuel.
(B) Redcing the scope of training exercises. IndiSCrds UCKS problems
(C) Scheduling units to the closest suitable training sites.
n uBYSVE because of nest site competition. Will they go wild and establish
(D) Transpoiting personnel eih masse to training sites using BY STEVE SiU ON INTRODUCTION OF non- themselves as Myna birds and
commercial transportation. Watch your ste around. the native species can and has been Parakeets have, with as yet
BoatHous these das, y onud beneficial as in the case of the unknown effects on the native
THE ABOVE MEASURES are long needed and should be a quite possibly step in something Ring-Necked Pheasant and the wildlife? Will the ducks compete
permanent revision of military review, now and in the future. Local you would rather not. The Chukar. However, the failures with native species for available
community oriented summer encampments would benefit both the Boat-House now has a sanitation' and the damage caused by these food? Will feeding make lakthe
image of the reserves and the personnel involved in these units. problem stemming from the four sflu ses fa out-number the alligator in the Boathouse lakes
Aiding local areas and victims such as those in the recent tornado ducks which have been placed in successes. Several native species bold and unafraid of humans,
disaster would better inform the public'of reserve unit objectives the lake. are being pressured in the United requiring removal, or worse
and speed to mobilize in time of national emergency. Interest on the In a previous article, printed States due to ill-planned and extermination when he bites
part of political figures in Jacksonville could have an effect on after the first two ducks were poorly searched introduction or someone
whether North Florida would be assured help and manpower in a placed in the lake, the ducks were to just plain accidental introduc- These questions could all be
disaster. The thought of inadequate aid in a disaster can be rather called "black ducks" and were tion. answered by the simple removal
frightening unless we can be assured reserves are prepared in local said to be extremely wild, taking. utur cause problems unexpec- prohibiting the establishment of
emergencies.- several people two hours to catch prohibiting the establishment of
The "black ducks" are in reality ted by their well-meaning non-native species on the campus
JERRY NELSON Muscovys and have become quite benefactors proper.
Same, running about on the
.. ........"..... ..... boathouse deck begging .and
dents. A A E|
But not everything is fine in
UNF contract is unhealthy Fantasy Land.
Ducks cannot be "deck Published every other week by members of the Newspaper Workshop
trained" and have no qualms as class at the University of North Florida for all members of the UNF
to location when nature calls. This community.
The University of North Floirda is spending thousands of dollars quality will create a problem Opinions expressed in this newspaper are nut necessarily tne opinion
The University of North Floirda is spending thousands of dollars when this prolific species of the University or its officials.
needlessly each ybar to maintain a student health service through a increases, o eer of the University or its officials.
contract with Southeastern Medical Exams, Inc. increases, and as hot weather
approaches will surely draw flies.
Therefore, the contract which expires this August should not be However, more serious prob-
renewed. lems exist other than panhandling News Editor ...................................................... Ruth Skapyak
lems exist other than panhandling News Editor
and sanitation, problems which Assistant News Editor .................... ................Sylvia O'Dell
Although Southeastern Medical Exams, Inc have followed their can be overlooked as nuisances, Metro Editor ........... ..... .......... Buzz Mills
contract with the University to the tee, they are currently reaping an what cannot be overlooked is the Reporters .............................................Betty Byers,
enormous profit, while the University is paying out a prodigious yearly establishment of a non-native Connie Hoffman, Jeanie Roycraft, Drew Brunson.
sum and receiving minimal health services for its students. species in an ecological preserve. Janice Hagood Mary Brumbaugh Chuck Helderman,
The fault does not lie with the medical group, but with the University MAN HAS A long history of Feature Editor ...................................... Carolyn Kenyon
itself, which simply became entangled in a very bad contract. damage to environment caused Feature writers and columnists .......................Luther Anthony,
by the careless introduction of Harold Morgan Steve Rogers
The Student Affairs Committee has recently heard recommendations such non-native species. Editorial Page Editor ................................ Dale Edelberg
Editorial writers and columnists .......................Linda Center,
and Gerry Nelson a UNF graduate student, calling for the University to beautiful song-bird is is mosin danger Art/Poto Editorsak. Mike Milke, Don Renshaw
establish its own health service office. Dr. Traynham proposes that the of extinction because of man's /...........................M
health service be supplied and staffed by UNF and financed with misguided attempts to introduce Photographers .................................. Barry York, Doris
student activities funds, new species. The Eastern Manukia.....................Sharon McC
Bluebird, which breeds on and Production Manager............... Sharon McConnell
This would probably be economically feasible,. UNF could set up around the. campus in small Production staff .................................. Joyce Johnson.',
their own facilities and hire their own nurses. A records doctor could numbers, due primarily to the Suzanne Louque. Steve Holland, Lynn Woodbridge
probably be hired for a yearly salary of about $6,000. efforts of th', sawmill Slough Makeup Editor ................... .........................Judi Benson
Conservation- Club's nest box Makeup staff ......... ...............Linda Center
Although there are no specific figures on what a University program is in serious danger of Thelma Cribbs, George White.
internal health service would cost to run per annum, it has been extiction, due primarily to B&uines Msanager ................................... Barnie Napier
estimated that it would cost the University between $35,000 and cinpetition for nest sites with Advertising Manager ..... .. .....................Lee Donaldson
$45,000to run their own services. The budgeted figure for the present two introduced species, the.
contract is $57,800. Starling and the English Sparrow. Circulation Manager .............................Jim Alderman
Circulation staff .................................... Terry Mothershed.
Dr. Traynham feelsthe implementation of a UNF Health Service In 1851 the English Sparrow
would "offer the potential of increased health care for students...as aintr 1890oduc the Starling were both
well as a tremendous flexibility to the University as to the type and Europe, both species found Editor andGeneral Assoc. Prof WJ. Roach
extent of health service it provides. A University operated health America to their liking and both ditor and General Manager... Assoc. Prof. W.J. Roach
service would also allow the University to maintain a close check on have since spread from coast to Editorial, business and advertising offices located in Room 2207,
arrangement according to Traynham. coast. With the large increase in Building 8; production office located in Room 1361, Building 3 at The
population of these two species University of North Florida, St. John's Bluff Road South, P.O. Box
DALE EDELBERG the Bluebird has suffered a 90 per 17074, Jacksonville, Florida 32216. Telephone: (904) 646-2817.
cent decline in num bers, largely ^ .i.dAm. ...m.. ......... ,:, :s s s -,.. .. .w.....
THE HALYARD May 1, 1974 Page 3
Readers show concern | Ni.. Night Side
Chairman History Department hours, where neither students nor F
faculty can relax with a beer or
In the absence of a university coke after their 6 p.m. classes;rock 'n rolled
ombudsman, I am pleased to see --nor can they wind down Friday Ff guest of North Florida forming a The Boathouse rock 'n rolled
members of the UNF Community afternoon after 4 p.m. rry nucleus of organizing committees last night.
use "The Reader's Page" to and serving as host to the
express their concerns about the In addition, is anyone monitor- Dr. Joseph M. Perry, chairman conference. Ice-cold beer foamed over the
quality of services on campus, ing the air conditioning and of the department of economics, rims of mugs, onto the hands, slid
both academic and administra- indoor air circulation daily? was a recent guest on two local ves paper down the arms and dribbled off
tive. Granted the need to conserve on television programs. On Tuesday, Merwin gives paper the elbows onto the red-wood
fuel, the variations from stuffy April 17, he appeared on Channel Dr. William C. Merwin, picnic table. It took the same
Hopefully, THE HALYARD and hot, to clear and cold are 7's "Feedback", where he department of elementary and route the ice-cream soda and
staff will follow up complaints unpredictable. My wife for one, discussed current economic secondary education, presented a root-beer float did when we'd hit
about bookstore prices,. the took a mid-term exam in Building conditions and fielded questions paper, "Broad-Based Evaluation the 'ole soda shoppe.
inadequate cafeteria, and the 816 recently in a hot stifling room. from viewers. for the Social Studies,'" at the
professorial procrastination with annual Georgia Council for Social
regard to some faculty grading FINALLY, CAN someone Appearing on the Tuesday, Studies Convention held in
tests. Let's interview Marty explain the deadend bridge April 23, Channel 4 "Kutana" Savannah. Attending the conven- THE ARMS RESTING on the
Weitsen for his side of the construction to the alligator's program, Dr. Perry talked on tion along with Merwin was Dr. table stuck to that gooie stuff. The
bookstore complaints, and Ward island in the lake by Boathouse? economic problems as they affect Lynne Schwab, department of little hairs ripped off as you tried
Hancock regarding the chaotic the consumer. elementary and secondary educa- to pry it loose. Patches of bald
food service. If necessary, let's In working together to make Williams attends tion. spots on your arm are a sign of
police slow-moving professors, UNF a first rate institution, we all having a good time, a
and blow the whistle on them by are, accountable, and hopefully African symposium Merwin is also the co-author of "
name if they don't respond to THE HALYARD will help us to a new textbook, "Developing They used to show f lett
legitimate student grievances, achieve and maintain high Competency in Teaching Second- is bey sh
standards throughout the univer- Prof. Carlton R. Williams, ary Social Studies," published by sweaters. Now prestige is being
ALSO, HOPEFULLY, reporters sitv. Department of Fine Arts, the Charles E. Merrill Publishing bald. No hairs,
attended the Third Triennial Co. The book was written to deal
Symposium on Traditional Afri- with man of the topics usually ..
The eoa ers Pcan Art at Columbia University, includedin the course on methods tl.r sou. t
The Read her's Page Api r dyosi wa with many of the topics usually
April 24-27. The Symposium was of teaching the social studies. Bobby's girl was there with
co-sponsored by. Columbia and
the Center for African and Peggy-Sue telling Lora bout the
The Halyard Invites contribg- to have the most interest to the Cener for African and Co-authoring the textbook with weekend car race and their new
tons from all Halyard readers for HALYARD readers. THE HAL- A ran-meran t es o Merwin are Dr. Donal Schneider, hair-do. They had taken down
this "Reader's Page". Students, YARD reserves the right to edit, Atlanta ty. associate professor of social their pony tails, cut it inma shag
faculty, career personnel, staff.. revise, or reject any copy. science education, University o and ran grey streaks through it.
all are eligible to contribute. The Deadline for contributions for Asgll published Georgia (UG) and Dr. Lester
topic may be of your choosing the "Reader's Page" for the next" Stephens, associate professor of
but must be typewritten, issue is: TUESDAY, May 7. Dr. Amanda Asgill, director of history. (UG).
but must be typewritten, issue s: TUESDAY, May 7. student teaching, had an article
double-spaced atrialtyt is oeE accepted for publication in "The Harmon presents SOMEONE WAS SITTING at a
: libelous, or that is guilty of Send or bring thecopy to THE Journal of Negro Education" corner table crying "it's my
harassment, innuendo, half-truth HALYARD office Room 2207, Jounl of Negro Edcaionf literature papers party" while the juke box blared
or poor taste will not be accepted. Bldg. 8, or Room 1361, Bldg. 3. If Accreditation: Perceptions of on.
Preference will be given those you send the article, include your Black an White College "The Future of the English
who have not previously appeared name, home or business address Presidentsd Major: A" Time for Vision and
on the "Reader's Page" and and telephone number for Revisions" was recently deliver-ision
those subjects which ame deeed verfleation Kuthiala attends ed by Dr. Gary L. Harmon,D. was there with his head
chairman of the English depart- hung down. He was the only one
PAA meeting mnent at the University of North with his hair greased up wearing
Florida. This paper was present- jeans, white t-shirt, sloppy loafers
E Ilpo yerIs 011 caIm p l Dr. S.K. Kuthiala, assistant ed at the Southeastern Confer- and white soxs. Somehow he just
m pJ s on c a ,professor of sociology, attended ence '- on English in the, wasn't cool, man, cool.
The Cooperative Education and Placement Center has some the annual meeting of Population Community Colleges, held in
addiThe Cooperative Educampus interview schedule foenter has some Association of America (PAA) in Jackson, Mississippi. Johnny was trying to get up a
addition to its on-campus interview schedule for the g New York from April 18-20. He crowd to cram into his 25 m.p.g.
Quarter, 1974. presided over the Caucus of In his paper, Harmon points jalopy and go to the midnight
May 9 Connecticut Mutual Life Ins. Co. (all majors for Sales & Foreign Trained Demographers. out the prospects for future picture show. He was out voted.
Sales Management). English majors as it is gradually The gang wanted to stuff
May 14 Barry College (students interested in School of Social Demographers check the being redefined (as it is at UNF themselves into a telephone
Work). Also Internal Revenue Service (al& majors with hours of growth rate of the human into literature and literature- booth.
accounting and accounting majors for Tax Auditors, Special Agents population especially with refer- communications majors) and astit
and Revenue Agents). ence to size and density, merges with other studies
May 15 Financial Advisory Clinic (all majors for financial distribution and vital statistics. (American Studies, Black Studies
consultants). Urban Studies, Women's Studies) SUZI Q. JUMPED up on a table
May 23 New England Life (liberal arts and business majors. Has Kuthiala proposed to PAA that to show everyone she had shed
two positions available for career training program). its 1980's meeting be held in Harmon alsodelivered gatheredskpaperrt and pull-over
Jacksonville with the University before the Southeastern Ameri- her gathered skirt and pull-over
Students are asked to check in room 2654 on a regular basis for can Studies Association confer- sweater for the short skirt. She
additions to the Recruitment Calendar for this quarter. ence in Deland, Florida. His wasn't wearing the black 'n white
paper, "Claude Levi-Strauss tie sadle shoe and rolled down
Among the Popular Arts: A bobbie-soxs either. Soinething
L tt 0 H Structuralist Analysis of Colum- called the platform shoe with a
I I II I bo," deals with the type of mind seven inch heel.
Mercy in disgiseemotions. Each of us, though, Student poses query that is constructed and then
Mery in disguise? mreresened b t jur tht Dear Editor: communicated unconsciously to The party was in full swing
rwas representedby that jury that millions of Americans watching when someone yelled
Dear Editor, sat through the Dobbert trial. I would like to direct a question the detective show "Columbo." "STREAK" and the gaiig fled o
It is interesting to note that Their purpose was to judge the to Mr. Larry Spisak and to His analysis points out the value
some UNF students concur with degree of Dobbert's guilt. When everyone that agrees with his polarities imbedded in the the pond The a was stirred up
Judge Ollif in sentencing John they recommended mercy, they views. Do not answer this imagery of the show and the way but a coupleof ducks splash
Dobbert to death in the electric did so based on the facts of the question to me but to yourself and these values contend with as well ou e moonlight re
chair. The reasons .given for case. then live with your answer. as reinforce traditional social abut in tht were the
Dobbert's execution could include So now we come to the real If Mr. McGovern had won the views in American culture. only thing in sight. It,?was like
merciful release from the mental issue of the Dobbert case. Judge election in 1972 and today stood swallowing a gold fish. It was
agony he surely must be Ollif, in ignoring the jury's charged with the crimes or similar Prof. Harmon was recognized over and done before you could
suffering, or killing him for judgment, seems to have yielded crimes that Mr. Nixon is charged recently for his professional work even get a taste of it.
vengeance or whatever goes "to social pressures to execute with would you be as fervent min by being selected for inclusion in
gh e is e Dobbert. Pressures that had as a your hate and criticism of him as the annual 'Contemporary Who said the good 'ole days
through people's minds when Dobber. Pressures that had as a ca ua P w 0^ y
they make a decision based on source emotion rather than fact. I you are of Mr. Nixon? If you can Authors volume were over?
emotion rather than fact. question Judge Ollif's motives in you have thatrespect, affirmatively theness
I did not sit through the taking that posture. No doubt of your views. If your answer is
Dobbert trial and I doubt that any Dobbert is an extremely unpopul- no then you are no more than a '
of the respondents to Chuck ar criminal. Will his execution mirror image of all you detest in "........"
Helderman's questions did. So I increase Judge Ollif's popularity. Mr. Nixon plus a hypocrite. n L' '.'. "
conclude they speak through Thomas P. Marks John N. Meadow ....
Student Student ..
i THE HALYARD invites all whose name appears underit. No includes harassment, Innuendo, :
members of the UNF "family" to anonymous letters will be half-truth or is in poor taste, will j
contribute Letters to the Editor printed; THE HALYARD will, not be accepted. Preference will
Sfor its issues. All letters must be upon request, withhold the name be given those who have not
typewritten, double-spaced and of an individual from print after previously had a letter published. i
signed; name, address and authenticating the letter with that THE HALYARD reserves the I
telephone number should also be individual. Letters should not be right to edit letters which are -
appended so that the letter may over one page in length. unduly long, but will not print:
beauthenticated. Noletterwill be such letters until the author has 00*
printed without assuring that i been apprised of the editing and *
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Page 4 May 1. 1974 THE HALYARD
Larry Interact in SPI
sLoy 1 i W ,en BYDR. JACK HARTJE
pls Ics, o |Assistant Professor
Spisak Unlicensed Women BH
Police in this northeast Florida city reported the arrest of an one of our oldest institutions." Psychology
unidentified woman for declaring, herself equal without a license. The last issue of the Halyard
"IT'S NOT that I'm against equality," said a third witness, "but I (April 17) contained an article on
believe the state should legislate just how equal someone should the organizational meeting for
The woman, described by police as young and "yummy", was the be." Contemporaries of Pestolozzi with
nrst arrest of this kind following the passage of Florida's new a discussion on self-paced
Equality Licensing Law, The law requires that women who wish to The new law was first proposed by State Senator Sam Spoof as a. A instruction .
declare themselves as equal to men must be registered with the comprise to the Equal Rights Amendment. Senator Spoof, who Although I would like to
state and carry identification to that effect on their person at all voted against the ERA, based the compromise on the city's own commend the Halyard for
times. Failure to comply carries strict penalties. "leash" law for pets. promoting any discussion rele-
Svant to improved education, I feel
ARRESTING OFFICERS in the case said that the woman was The main objection to the ERA that caused its defeat by a vote of that I must point out one
obviously testing the new law. As a-crowd of horrified onlookers 21-19 was the spectre of women in foxholes alongside tough, misquote inthearticle which does
Switched, the woman began declaring herself equal to any man hardened veterans. One legislator was rumored to have said that Instruction (SPI).
while inside a crowded supermarket. Women in the store rushed "who knows what would be going on in that foxhole? They won't be is tu," sd H ,
their children away while clasping their hands over their children's thinking of fighting a decent war, that's for sure." at i truSPI sa Harand
ears. student do not interact but
AN UNRELIABLE source close to Senator Spoof was reported to in normal 'traditional'
"It's awful," said one witness. "Children are so impressionable, have said that the Senator, upon hearing of the arrest; was pleased. teaching students only
you know." u progress through the teac-
"If the Senator had voted in favor of the ERA," said the source, her and sometimes this is a
Another witness, a man, said "what would happen to our "the final tally would have been 20 ayes and 20 nays-equal, and that hindrance."
institution of rape if this sort of thing were to get around?, Rape is is a term that should remain alien to the Florida State Legislature." SPI IS A very simple,
iIINIINlH I HHHH---H H research-based teaching method-
ology. Without implying any
is not to be confused with the
**'*' "'scal T 9 11 1 1 value judgement whatsoever, it
l f r mn now in use by the UNF College of
S:..:.::: m r wt SPI simply involves (1)
BY DR. STEVEN LUE 'But the type of thinking that is To say otherwise, matter what their college, must breaking course material down
AssI^iaa^t ProfessorBut the type of thinking that is t
A t Pro or concerned with creating aethebe given the chance to participate into easily assimilated units, (2)
Political Science tic, moral or critical ideas can only as some have done, in understanding and creating r oe brief qies to
be taught in a dialogue with these visions. Certainly there are preparing brief qu to
Higher education is falling and then to impose costs to this approach. The measure mastery of each unit, (3)
more and more under the scrutiny someone that has already CBT On thi outcomes are uncertain. Neither allowing the students to progress
of various accountability systems someone that has already C T on the the 'student nor the teacher can through the material at a pace
of various accountability systems attained some stature as a appropriate this academic skills,
One of the inescapable costs of thinking being. Furthermore, University a8 som8 e and (4) grading and explaining
this managerial "revolution" is to since creative thinking plunges ever know in advance what the quizzes immediately with
permit an already overly powerful individuals into ever changing 8ave anted, iS 1 individuals will gain from a given mastery (90 correct) required to
bureaucracy in a distant Chancel- and expanding open universes, irr ar by class. But the ambiguity is an ass
lor's office to centralize its control the packaging of knowledge into e
over every classroom in the state. closed environments would dis- pie the University essential ingredient. The critical RETAKES ARE allowed for
Today there is talk of a statewide courage the highest achievements .::;:::.:::::::.:::::::::::::: .::::..: mind thrives on the effort to failed units. Students who have
common course numbering sys- of human intelligence. create coherence in a complicated already had the course and have
tem; the day before it was and seemingly incoherent world, performed with excellence serve
competency based teaching If this approach were mandated as "proctors". Each proctor
(CBT). The Leviathan's hunger x:s::: :::::::: .::::;?;::?:::::: throughout the state, as Texas works with about eight students
for standardization threatens to CBT has some has done for their undergraduate W OT an A throughout the quarter. Proctors
erode what autonomy teachers, education, my role would be THOT an authentic Arts administer, grade, and explain
students, and local administrators important uses. grossly violated. For example, and Sciences environment, the quizzes.
havedefts, tndlocshapet nitours houses. instead of teaching critical and Tignificnto iestes i allass
have left to shape the contours of But th se uses moral thinking in my political tools will become everything and The proctor system allows
the education experience But the sesinificant increases in class size
tahre limited eI thought classes, I would have to the mind will count- for nothing. with no necessary reduction in
are limich only thosespecific skills or hen this happens, we will have individual attention for each
scope information capable of being student.
scope. packaged into modules. Thus, I moved, like some of the figures in student.
~:Wa:.s:.:::;:;: s:W::A:s::W:s *IN ITS PURE. form' SPI
CBT las some important uses. might have them memorize the Woody Allen's movie, "The dispenses with formal lectures.
But these uses are limited in Bill of Rights on one day, and on Sleeper," so far in the direction of Class time 'is used for
scope. To say otherwise, as some others, I might teach them how to a culture instructor-student dialogues rele-
have done, and to then impose read computer printouts on the culture where people have vant to course material. As you
have done, and to then impose read computer printouts on the ca see, the SPI teachers and
CBT on the University, as some A PRIMARY FUNTION of a birth and date dates and synopses mentally taken on the characteris- can see, the SPI teachers and
have wanted, is to irreparably teacherinArtsand Sciences isto f ideas of the great political students not only interact, but
rie the niis t irreparably eacer in Arts and iences is to thinkers tics of machines, that in order to interact to a greater extent than
cripple the University help students to develop into erwould be normally possible in the
citizens who are able to create retain a sense of humanity, we traditional (lecture, midterm,
with their minds cultures that SKILLS AND information that final) method.
advance the prospects for a could be taught with CBT are very will have to invent machines that
CBT techniques operate within humane survival of mankind. This important to society. But their p t m res ctfully request, there
the closed framework of a objective cannot be achieved in a importance must not be over- Posses the mental qualities fore, that you take whatever steps
module. Information is broken standardized teaching environ- stated. Skills and information are tradityou deem appropriate to correct
down into sub-units according to ment where teachers relate to useful tools in enacting the great traditionally associated with the misquote citedabove By all
the level of difficulty each students only in terms dictated by visions of a humane society that mens, continue the pu atio
sub-unit occupies in the complete the fixed context of a module. are conceived in the minds of thinkig persons. of articles related t each
chain of facts contained in a thinking beings. All students, no effectiveness, whether pro SPI,
discipline. Students are then con SPI, or totally unrelated to
asked to work their way through
the module, and each sub-unit
contained therein, by solving
various problems 9r performing
various tasks which force the S
student to make use of the
knowledge they are to learn.. The
students' response to each
demand made on them by the Daily horoscopes as found in newspapers need to be trafislated LEO: Keep all promises. (Have"you forgotten to pay your *
module is then checked against into specifics. Such advice as "show loyalty" or "plan wisely" isn't insurance? Your thirty-day grace period ends tomorrow.)
the correct answer built into the enough to help us through a 1974-type day. y VIRGO: Be tactful; don't ask dumb questions. (Better stay away
module. Here's what today's forecasts really mean.from those born under Aries. They are a bunch of know-it-alls
.Here's what today's forecasts really mean. today.)
GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cultivate a cheerful attitude. (If you LIBRAZ Don't look for greener pastures. (The grass may look i
find you must get out of bed this morning, better to grin and bear it greener from a distance, but it's all astroturf.)
I WILL CONCEDE that with because the whole day is going to be .rotten.) SCORPIO: Avoid social activities. (Everybody has had such a
this approach a handful of lousy day that, unless you like arguments, you'd best spend the *
teachers can teach several ARIES: Be objective. (Nobody, but nobody is going to appreciate evening alone with your TV guide.) 5
hundred students at a time your logical, clearheaded opinions, so try to view others obvious Think along pleasant lines. (This means that
specific information (like how shortcomings and lack of insight with a superior attitude.) SAGITTARIUS Think along pleasant lines. (This means that
many members in Congress), or when you meet an Aries, you should try to keep your temper. Good a
teach how to perform certain TAURUSi Strive for independence. (It's a tough world out there luck.)
techniques -(like how to conjugate for you today, and you're going to have to fix that flat all by CAPRICORN: Avoid travel, if possible. (If you're in a carpool
verbs in Spaniish), or teach those' yourself, and try not to cry or curse when you discover that the spare with a Taurus, you'd better take the bus.)
types of skills that coordinate | is flat, too.)
motor and thinking operations AQUARIUS: Don't make hasty decisions. (Don't leave the house I
(like how to operate a lathe). Cost GEMINl: Be thoughtful of mate. (If you read the other horoscopes until you're sure you can face the next 24 hours. It's a jungle out
expenditures for teachers can be I this advice is obvious.) there today.)
lowered, while increasing the =
enrollments in each class. This CANCER: Don't be extravagant. (This is no time to buy new PISCES: Plan the future wisely. (Good advice. Especially since
means more money for the State. clothes because every appliance in your house is about to go on the traffic cop who will stop you for speeding 5 mph over the limit
e stri.ke. this morning is an A mm"u
THE HALYARD May 1, 1974 Page 5
Report from Tllahassee
House Appropriations Committee scrutinizes universities
BY JOHN THOMSON of Florida $1 million for 151 cost figure at each level. This regardless of the degree for which *************************
Special Correspondent non-existent students. Also, FSU, proposal would probably result in they, are candidates. They will
Despite the fanfare surrounding increased tuition. automatically receive an S TALLAHASSEE -- The State
TALLAHASSEE -- I came its transgressions, is believed to (unless you assign them a "U") Council of Student Body
across the chancellor of the State be one of the lesser violators in A similar proposal was being and the hours do not count toward Presidents (SCSBP) may hold an
University System, Robert Mautz the system. considered by Senate Education any degree. But the hours do "emergency meeting" to discuss
in the House Office Building Committee chairman Robert count toward our FTE count." the organization's plans for
during recent budget hearings. I THOUGH THERE are some Graham (D-Miami Lakes) until he dealing with companion Senate-
overheard him say to a colleague, who feel the BOR resolution, or was persuaded by Dr. Kenneth THE MEMO is similar to the House bills to place students on
''I know now why they have red something similar, will get Boutwell, BOR vice-chancellor for one issued at Florida State the Board of Regents.
carpets in there. So you can't see legislative approval with ease, administrative affairs, to withhold University last month and
the blood. they are possibly outnumbered by his bill in favor of the Regent's disclosed at recent budget
those who do not. plan. Graham was considering a hearings, which has led to a The, Senate version, (SB 429)
Later that same day, hastily provision to allow for the payment system-wide investigation of authored by Senator Jack Gordon
summoned Florida State'Univer- "I am one who does not," said of voluntary and involuntary fees. enrollment practices, especially (D-Miami Beach) was passed out
sity President Stanley Marshall Rep. Marshall Harris (D-Miami) Involuntary fees, for example, at the graduate level. The of the Senate Education Commit-
appeared before the House emphatically. Harris, chairman of would be matriculation and disclosure resulted in the tee after having been amended to
Appropriations Committee to the House Appropriations Com- capital improvement. Voluntary resignation of FSU Dean Martin provide for only two student
explain his embarrassment at the mittee and the man who called' would be the student activity and Roeder. members rather than the three
disclosure of enrollment padding Stanley Marshall on the red service fee. originally included in the bill. The
at his school. He addressed a carpet, sdid he favors a structure In a subsequent memorandum, senators seemed unanimously
somewhat hostile gathering. One in which students would pay a set Under existing law, if the McFerrin indicated the additional disinterested in a SCSBP
spectator, commenting on the hourly fee up to an established legislature were unable to decide enrollments had the support of recommendation that the student-
eager audience, said to me, "It normal full-time load. Additional on its own course of action, the UF Vice President for Academic regents be nominated by the
doesn't pay to make too many hours would be charged on a BOR proposal would become law. Affairs, Dr. Harold Hanson, and council.
enemies. progressively decreasing price.. But last month the Ways and urged department chairmen and
He said he opposes: anything Means Committee placed on the graduate advisors "to build up Bill Davis, Executive Secretary
The climate for- change is which would tend to slow student calendar a Senate bill which registration in these courses." He of the SCSBP, said the number of
unmistakable. The state's uni- progress, such as an hourly fee would require specific legislative added, "The line (position) you student-regents is largely irrele-
versities, are in for some severe structure without a price ceiling approval of all BOR tuition save may be your own." vant, so long as there is at least
scrutinizing and it is certain fee and no incentive to take heavy proposals. In the event the one who is truly representative,
structuring will be re-worked with course loads, legislature failed to act, as UF Graduate Coordinator R.H. since the important part is having
dispatch. But it is not necessarily Blyth, in a November 16, 1972 access to records in theChan-
the recent Board of Regents memorandum addressed to grad- cellor's office. He indicated the
proposal which is most likely to uate students, listed four council may settle for an elected,
SAH E FLO R ID A registration "errors". The first two or three gubernatorial
THERE IS A virtual consensus : item listed was that each student appointments.
favoring substantial change in the register for up to five hours of 697
fee structure. The present system or 698 "so that the College earns Senator Lew Brantley's (D-
is given to abuse, practically its proper number of faculty Jacksonville) bill to place a
encouraging it. Seldom does FTE's." student on each community
anyone in the, legislature lay college board of trustees (SB 362)
blame on an individual though. It The House Appropriations happened last year, the BOR *** college board f trustees (
is, rather, \he system which they Committee staff also sees little recommendations would not take The House has passed a bill to narrowly passed thecommittee
say is at fault, promise in the BOR proposal. The effect and the tees would remain give all state employees the after being amended to have the
staff director, Joe Kyle, said, the same as they were the opportunity to take up to six student nominated and appointed
The current fee structure dates contrary to its intent, it would not previous year. There is much credit hours free at a state atthe pleasure of the governor
to when there were only three solve the FTE padding problem, sentiment for this, since it would university, providing they have popular vote at each school.
institutions in the system. Nearly The committeelhas under study. a.' give the legislature' more fee worked for the state at least six pntlpy ai t eriac lli
all students were resident and "cost analysis" fee system which authority. One senator said, months and meet admission Banley said the original bill is
full-time. Now 'there are nine would have the most radical affect during Education Committee requirements. This is currently necessary because the boards
universities, five of which are on the universities by subjecting hearings on this. bill, "The available to state university cannot be trusted to.cbnsider
located in major metropolitan the entire system to evaluation. Regents have too damn much system employees. students' needs.
areas and are primarily copnmuter The cost and funding of. each power, anyway."
campuses. Two of those are program would be based on a The prime movers of the FSU M O
strictly commuter and have no detailed analysis which would Legislative Lobbying Committee, IMPORTED (
on-campus housing. On-campus determine, among other things, FSU Student Government Presi- CLOTHING ,/ w
residents account for less than 50 its economic and occupational dent David Aronofsky and Vice ;
per cent of the student population merits. Per hour fees would be President Jan Pietrzyk, have
at all the schools. The average based on the actual costs of' found a sponsor for a bill they
student age is much higher and administering each course. drafted which would ensure .1J
the part-time enrollment at some THIS WOULD very likely result student government control over L.
of the newer universities is as in the phasing out of some student activities fees at the state.
high as 30 per cent of the total programs, the reduction or universities. Filed last Friday by
enrollment. The apparent goal is expansion of others. Fees would' Senator Jack Gordon (D-Miami
a fee structure which will reflect probably increase for medicine, Beach), the bill provides for all
these trends while being fair to law and laboratory sciences. They activity fees to be placed in .
all. would probably drop for courses Student Government cihtrolled
The proposal made by the like history, literature and accounts. It also allows for a veto
Board of Regents to begin political science. The analysis of appropriations by the president
charging registration fees by the would even get down to the finer of the university which could be
hour -- $13 per credit hour for points such as most efficient class overridden by a two-thirds vote of
in-state undergraduates and sizes. the student government. Most
$16.50 per hour for in-state Major fluctuations in fees, said student governments in the state
graduates -- has been in the the staff director, would be ironed university system have suffered
works for some time. It was out by limiting or enlarging increasing loss of control over
rejected by the Council of program enrollments, adjusting these funds to university '..
University presidents last year class sizes, by the amount of administrations in recent years. "...---.... .' -
and consequently not introduced, money allocated and, for the most ****.*** inc s .....
It was again opposed this year by expensive, programs, by issuing pAeidnSSon -forgiven -
the presidents, who fear, with loans which could be forgiven TALLAHASSEE -- Though it f
justification, it will result in a loss after the graduate worked in the would appear that enrollment ,
of revenue, state for a number of years. "padding" in the State Univer- ,
IT CAN BE safely assumed sity System is a relatively recent 7
students faced with tuition costs The committee staff expects phenomenon, memoranda from
in proportion to the number of this to be drafted into a bill before hasenomerst e mornda has '
credit hours taken will, as a long. It would, in effect, surfaced which indicates it has
whole, enroll for less. This would constitute the most thorough been going on for at least a year
result in a reduction of full-time over-haul of the funding and fee an a .alf
equivalency (FTE) budgeting system. Dr. John McFerrin, in an AW
units, which would result in less D Jh M r in an C
money, cutbacks, and, is said, Last month an appropriations October 31 1972 memorandum to
in the loss of perhaps 300 faculty subcommittee ordered an investi- "Department Chairmen and all
positions in the State University gation of all graduate programs in Graduate Advisors,. expressed
System (SUS). the SUS, where "most 'of the concern over a drop in full-time
o padding has occurred The equivalent (FTE) graduate stu-
Compounding the likelihood of programs are expected to be dents, on which funding is based.
students' unwillingness to pay for reduced by 10 to 30 per cent. He attributed this to students
heavy course loads is a recent taking lighter loads and wrote,
College Scholarship Service study ************************* "The solution is easy. Register S e I
which showed a' "dramatic" SPEAKER OF THE House the students for whatever load is 1017 r
increase in self-supporting stu- Terrell Sessums (D-Tampa) and appropriate and permissible and 1 7 r-kt
dents. House Education Committee then add up to 5 hours of your Street
Chairman William Conway (D- department's 697 or 698 course."
Mautz did not again yield to the Ormond Beach) have filed a bill to
wishes of university presidents establish a per credit hour fee McFerrin, .Associate Dean of
due to obvious circumstances, structure based on four education the College of Business Adminis-
The Regents have been aware of levels: Lower level, upper level, tration at UF, added students
what they call the "soft credit beginning graduate and advanced should be registered for these Point-
'hour problem" since last fall graduate. Fees would be assessed courses, "whether or not they I
w hen t he, d~e a th ah~enity, .8....a oaa.tki rd0f..to&am t ... hka-e ,graduate .appointmer~n~t an ""'
Page 6 May, L. 974 THE HALYARD
Jobs look good for '74 graduates
Good news for 1974 college are top on the list. The ties may do so in the Cooperative'
graduates. overwhelming majority of com- Education and Placement Center.
pansies surveyed prefer graduates Career counselors .are 'also
In the second annual "Chang- who are in the top third or half of available there to assist students
ing Times" survey of job their class. The willingness to with a-job search, interviewing
opportunities, a large number of relocate was mentioned next by techniques, letter of inquiry, and
companies responding said their the greatest number of com- letter of application and career
needs for college graduates are panies. counseling.
up from previous years. The
greatest demand is for engineers. Hiring companies prefer appli- The College Placement Annual,
About 80 per cent of these cants with specific career aims. which contains general informa-
companies have job openings for This' is one way they judge a tion on over 1,500 companies and 4
graduates with an engineering person's maturity and sense of government agencies that usually
major. The next most sought after purpose. Work experience and hire new graduates, is available
graduates are those with extracurricular activities are to every person who registers
business-marketing and account- equally important to the com- with the Center.
ing majors. Third in line are panies surveyed. Special signifi-
science and math graduates, chance is given to work experience GRADUATES INTERESTED ini:
especially those with computer related to career aspirations and Federal employment can look at
science specialties, with liberal work a student has done to put the Federal Career Directory
arts graduates needed by 27. per himself through college. which contains information on the ""
cent ofthe firms. kinds of jobs. available, require-
COMPANY RECRUITERS des- ments and where to apply. rt
PROJECTIONS MADE for the cribe the kind of person 'who
next ten. years indicate the seems to want to get ahead as Over 2,000 jobs are received
number of college graduate. having a business outlook; daily in the Cooperative Educa-
applicants is likely to exceed the leadership potential; ability to get tion and Placement Center
number of jobs available.- Most along with people; and an representing employment op-.
growth will be in the professional, imaginative, creative mind portunities available in the
technical and service occupations. Northeast Florida area. Students
The survey revealed the Students who wish to read the should check these jobs each day
foremost characteristics company entire "Changing Times" Second for part-time or full-time,
recruiters 'ok for. Good grades Annual Survey of job opportuni- employment.
staff photo by Don Renshaw ,
Sc left to ri : Bi Medln, Is Pagel, Chander Platt and Lenny Buns.
News :briefs Psychology club gets bonds
Gayle Albert, 1a Pagel, Bill the quartet who were responsible
MUSic majors sing at- dizziness, loss ofbalance, or head Council Representative, Doug Medlin and Lenny Burns were for over 50 per cent of the sales.
noises. McMillan.This committee and all recipients -of $25 savings bonds
Pageant of Crosses Remember we live in an the members of Alpha Phi Omega for selling the most candy in the Service awards will be
increasingly noisy world which are committed to propagating the psychology club's recent fund- presented at the club's spring
Cynthia Valentine and Sharon often exposes us to excessive ideals of Friendship, Leadership raising drive. party to be held at Century 21 on
Wright, -accompanied by Kim levels.of sound. and Service. May 11. Free beer and
Bartlett, participated in the The screening willonly take a Chandler Platt, president of the entertainment will be provided to
program at the sixteenth annual -few minutes of your time. Student For Alpha Phi Omega to be club, made the presentation to members and their guests.
Palm Sunday Floral Pageant of or staff who also wish to have successful, cooperation and active
Crosses, April 7, 2 p.m. ,at their children tested are encour- participation is needed. If you
the Garden Club of Jacksonville aged to do so. wish to be of service to your
in Riverside. Cynthia and Sharon campus and community, would hriene or stude
sang several solos and then joined Youngters watrails ike to foster friendship and want BY CUCKELDE AN expe nce for students
in a duet. to develop leadership ability, the campus recruit. UNF pays $1.80
Young students -of Mount APO could use you. Every college student regis- per hour while actually engaged
Cynthia and Sharon are both Moria Headstart Center walked tered at the University of North in off-campus recruiting. Travel
senior music majors studying the nature trails at University of Propeller clubbers Florida should be- a recruiter, requiring overnight stays is on a
voice with Professor William North Florida April 22. according to Dr. William L. per diem basis.
Brown, and Kim is a junior organ Escorted by the members of to attend Convertion Wharton, assistant dean of
major studying with Professor the UNF Women's club the group faculties, University of North The itinerary for May is:
Arthur Bloomer. "tasted nature's wares" and Former members of the Florida (UNF), A recruiting drive Santa Fe Community College
Blood transferred shared their excitement with the Propeller Club, Port of the has been gaining momentum as May 7.
o d frnsfe rred prsUniversity of North Florida will the summer and fall terms
The Universit of Nrth spss attend the Southeastern Regional approach and the Junior College Florida Junior College (Kent)
Florida's B o od Co ittee re- The trip was made possible by Piopeller Club Convention at Key students are preparing for their May 8-9.
gently transferredblood collected arrangements of the Neighbor- Biscayne, Florida May 1, 2 and 3. degrees. Florida Junior College (North)
during the Blood Drive to the hood Improvement Mechanism Attending the convention will be May 13-14.
University Hos ital. The blood and Barbara Caldwell, one of the Jerry Nelson, Ed Sapp, Larry Dr. Wharton states that,
was officially given to the hospital members of the Special Projects Nelson, and the club advisor, Don "Stuents listen to other Florida Junior College (South)
April 19.i v Group. Graham. students therefore, credibility May 15-16.
I At Key Biscayne, business will exists peer to peer. UNF can offer Central Florida Community
Studeif' health office The walk was highlighted by a include workshops, seminars, the kind of education that is going College May 15.
Picnic lunch at UNF's Boathouse. panel discussions, and presenta- to have a positive affect on career
to give hearing test it is just the beginning of the tions. Important to the students development." Lake City Community College
club's planned activities which attending will be the informal, -UNF HAS MANY pluses to lure May 20.
The health office will hold a will bring UNF's unique campus personal dialogue with business students to our campus; the Seminole Junior College May
- hearing scieni*g program May 1 and the headstart group together. leaders from across the nation. environment, the quietness, a 21.
through May 17, during class Additional activities will in- library that is second to none in
hours. APO elects officers clude swimming, tennis, golf, and the university system; computer St. Johns River Junior College
One out-of ten people has. fishing, with lunch aboard the terminals, media, resources and a May 22.
defective hearing. Because hear- The Alpha Phi Omega National cruise ship M/S Emerald Seas, a faculty that is typically younger
ing loss is often subtle, gradual ServicThe Fraternity h as been activeonal roast pig luau, and free hours in and thus create, an atmosphere North Florida Junior College
and painless both adults and at UNF for over a year, the ami area. of togetherness. May 23.
children should have routine ear undertaking service projects Club charter granted rValencia Community College
Early detection of hearing munity. A new -club has recently attract Florida Junior College Daytona Beach Community
problems can often prevent established on the University of students because of a strong College May 29.
further damage. Some impair- On March 31, fraternity North Florida campus, the Phi commitment to our region, says
ments 1may be surgically elections were held and a new Beta Lambda chapter Beta Alpha Dr. Wharton, but other recruiting PERSONS INTERESTED in
corrected, executive committee was in- Alpha. It received its charter on trips are planned and students participating are encouraged to
Symptoms of hearing loss are: stalled. President, Rod Ford; March 15 and is sponsored by Dr. are encouraged to participate. sign up with Ms. Gertie Weeks in
if you are unable to catch words or Vice-President in Charge of Evelyn Brunson. the Vice-President's Office
phrases, if you find you can better Service Projects, Tom Southwell; Phi Beta Lambda is a business It could be a rewarding (phone 646-2700).
understand what a person is Vice-President in Charge of club for university and college I..orm ation center located on
saying when you are facing him, Pledgeship, Nolan Wilkerson; students in business and business non
if you frequently feel people are Vice-President in Charge of related programs and is commit- us night students
mumbling, if sound seems Public Relations, Rohit Jain; ted to the development of C f ght students
distorted, if you have frequent ear Secretary, Jim Clay; Treasurer, competent business leadership information center Willhelp to
infections, if you suffer from David Kahle; Inter-Club-Advisory and to the creation of more Night student, do you have a information center will help to
interest and understanding in the problem and don't know where to solve any of the problems
choice of business occupations. take it for an answer? Try the new common on campus or will
It encourages improvement in- information center that's being contact people who can.
scholarship and improve and set up. The center will normally be
establishes standards for en- The Information Center is there open from 5 p.m. to 8:20 p.m.
trance into business occupations. to help the people on the according to Mike Argento in the
ASK A FRIEND Phi Beta Lambda invites university campus find out what's student activities office, but will
interested students to attend its happening. From where to oav a also be open during the day
CORNER BEACH & INIVERSITY BLVDS. next meeting at noon on.Tuesday parking ticket to the time the during the first weeks of each
May 7 in building 8 room 2221. library closes, the people at the quarter.
THE HALYARD May 1, 974 -Page 7
Carpenter seeks Campus Action Team
Wnt tThe discussion centered on the
BY DREW BRUNSON determined and then assigned to late discussion centred on the
a task force headed by the person xerox services. It was explained
A proposal for the formation of who originated it. xrox ser s wa a
a Campus Action Team was that new xerox machines are
presented by university President The task forces will be strictly being moved into the new
Thomas G. Carpenter during an voluntary and will face strict buildings and that the administra-
Open Forum heldon April 15. deadlines. After the action tive offices are open until 8:15
required by an idea is completed each night.
It was the first of several topics the task force will then be
discussed at the meeting. The disbanded. This, however, was pointed out
discussed at the meeting. The as being inadequate since many
subjects ranged from the Campus Dr. Carpenter also discussed night classes do not begin until
Action Team to the problems some of the problems facing the 8:p.m. and after necessary
faced by night students and nursing program. He explained classroom routines are completed
faculty at the University of North the intricacies of the problem these offices are closed.
Florida (UNF) which encompasses Florida State
University, Florida A & M, and THE LACK OF food services, it
Carpenter reported that the UNF. While there were several was said, would also be, looked
intended Campus Action Team new developments there was no into, but no definite promises
will ben called the University definite action, were made.
Advancement Task Force and will
S bAdvan cement Task Forte and will THE FACULTY. WAS also The remaining portion of the
Sfaculty,staff and stuedens who informed of the possibility of a forum concerned the various
faculty, staff and students who new fee structure but there was campus groups invest atin
are finding it difficult to get their e f sw c campus groups investigating
S ar e findig it dificule Taso t teir no indication of when it will be options in the area of collective
ideas promoted. The Task Force enacted bargaining.,
will be an effort to direct the
future of the university and to do When the forum was opened to This forum was the first of
things which are often found discussion, questions arose as to several to be held by Dr.
difficult to do. the problems faced by night Carpenter forf the purpose of
Students and faculty. Concern giving faculty and staff necessary
WHEN AN IDEA is presented was voiced over the lack of information as well as the
to the Action Team, its interest to services available to these opportunity to air their opinions
the general university community members of the university and receive answers to their
and its feasibility will be community. questions.
Nuclear Physicist, Stmnton T. Fri"dmn.
Effective April 22, 1974, the
Boathouse will be opened until
flying saucers 'down-to-ea 8:30 pm.. Monday through
eont'd from page 1 Thursday and until 6 p.m. on
aliens have complete control over In a more serious vein he said,------
their captives and little communi- "It could be they're mining
cation takes place between the engineers." Earth has more
heavy metals (uranium, gold, '
-parties. platinum, etc.) than any other -
A question askedwas, Why planet inthe solar system. Illlflllll IU
would aliens want to visit earth? Referring to doubters and past CAREER
With tongue in cheek Freidman misconceptions -about science CAR ER
said, "They may be graduate Freidman said, "Whemphysicists
students coming to do research on tell you something is impossible, OPENINGS
primitive societies. they are inevitably wrong."
Carpenter cites UNF future INFORMATION SYSTEMS: Key-
punch Operator. i
The Nursing proposal submit- store, are just a few. BOOKSTORE: Sales Clerk I
ited by the University of North Cashier/OPS-S2.30 per hour.
Florida (UNF) to the state The charter graduation plans
university system is still being are being gathered and the event Student Assistants Needed--
pushed. is reaching out for any and all to Contact Personnel Department--
assist in its preparation. ext. 2903.
Dr. Thomas E. Carpenter, The task force work on the child
president of UNF, has written to care center has reached a point LANGUAGES AND LITERA-
Chancellor Robert Mautz request- where "it just has to work." TURE: Univ. Newspaper-Prod.
ing a re-evaluation of the proposal. assistant--knQwldge of or exper-
with an inquiry into the full extent ience withtypography and layout;
of Florida A & M's duplication of The need, for a UNF -- Staft photo by Don Renshaw.
courses here in Jacksonville. The mascot-symbol seems to be e1 well-known comedy tern of Edmonds & Curlev uvppindplnty
mascot-symbolph seems to be
propostage of re said, i.evalus stion. The need necessary srtd the possibility that college newspaper experience or of laughed for the audience during their April 18 on-campus concert.
is here and UNF's studies have sports may add recognition to related- business experience.
is hownthat over UNF's stnures hain campus life might be the next
shown that over 1,000 nurses chore of the more vocal members Univ. Newspaper-office assistant- -
theJacksonvilleareapr se f the university family Why not businessexperienceoncollege sp eak s here
interested in the proposed the sea gull? The archery team newspaper.,e
program, according -to the may like gull feathers for their BY BARRYYORK
president. arrows and "cry of the gull"
could distinguish the students PHYSICAL FACILITIES: Laborer in the United States (over 10
Other plans for UNF are slowly from the other feathered (Postal)-S4.885.92: Custndial Dr. Barry Chiswick of the percent of the nation)and only
taking hold--the new buildings, creatures necessary for bird Workers-$4,698.00 Custodial President's Council of Economic about half are receiving food
the move of the library and book watchers and eco-quarders. Supervisor' I-$5,073.84; Custodial Affairs (CEA) was recently a stamps. Public housing assis-
Supervisor. 1-55,721.12; Operat- guest speaker for the Economics tance is only given to the about 10
-ing Engineer I-S6,472.80. Department of the University of tance o en to the about 10
PeNorth Florida. percent of the poverty stricken
and ADC compensation is given.
P ce offer explanations Dr. R. Grann Lloyd, professor to 13 percent of the poor.-v
UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT: of economics who was also on the
SDirector Development Service. CEA staff in 1970, invited THE DISCUSSION CLOSED
A spokesman from the police -rather than going to county Chiswick to speak to his class, a with a question and answer
department at University of North courts. LIBRARY: Clerk Typist II- venture course on Poverty in the session which enlightened stu-
Florida (UNF) indicated three $5,387.04. United States. dents and faculty on current
areas which might be of interest If a person wishes to appeal a economic situations across the
to the university community. decision, he should go to the COLLEGE OF EDUCATION: for Dependent Children (Acountry.
police department and fill out a Clerk Typist II (2)-$5,387.04. e DC), Chiswick was assistant pro-
form, which will go to the Traffic the Food Stamp program and fessor of employment at the
housing. Chiswick stated U r of C
The department receives calls Hearin Board. The board meets ARTS AND SCIENCES: Secretary publicthat many times a "fem d University of California at Los
every month asking why the flag every first Wednesday at 1:30 II-$5,762.88. headed" household has to resort Angeles from 1967 thru 1973
is flown at half-mast on the first p.m. in the library. to ADC because the female's when he was appointed to the
day of the month. This is done in to ADC because the female's President's Council. He has
honor of Vietnam veterans and is wage is generally only 60 percent served in his present: -capacity
a state 'law. One of the biggest parking of the male's wage, doing he
problems the department sees is This plble doerment wgs since August of last., year.
people backing into parking promulgated at n estimated same job. Also the exorbitant cost Demonstrating tremendous and
spaces. This creates a problem for cost of 11Cper copy to infom of baby-sitting tha the working concentrated interest in th area
The department also wishes to two reasons. First, people are students, faculty, career ADC necessarof income distribution, Chiswick
publicize the fact that there is a generally not good backers, and service, and adednistrative essay has written on .:the subject for
Traffic Hearing Board at UNF. this increases the probability of and professional staff about Another point Chiswick such periodicals as "Economic
This board handles appeals from hitting another car. Also, parking activities affecting the mailver- brought out in the talk was the Journal" "The Americal: Eco-
non-moving violations. These decals cannot be easily seen if sity community. fact that 25 million people live nonric Review" and "'The
violations are paid on campus people back into spaces. below the national poverty level Western Economic Journal."
Page 8 May 1, 1974 THE HALYARD
Arts Calendar CAROLYNKENYON
SThursday May 1 Pa ut Lemon yellow walls and the
Thrsdy May 1 "Paris Is Out" smell of eucalyptus leaves lead
starring Mr. and Mrs. Pat you into the lettuce green dining
S'Brien (Nightly thru May 19) room of Lady Fingers, a charming
BYP e:30 p.m. curtain Alhambra.' little restaurant located in
:Dinner Theatre. "Lovers andX P
eeyncOther Strangers" starring Jo Ann -Points Shopping Center.
Worley, 8:30 curtain Thunderbird Crushed gold velvet uphols-
Du g Te e M kDinner Theatre. i tered booths, dark stained wood,
S. hanging fern baskets and
St Friday May 2-4 Ballet Guide, 8- Impressionistic paintings on the
p.m, Civic Auditorium.., walls all create a feeling of
.i intimacy. The atmosphere is
SATURDAY May 3 JU Faculty definitely French and if you've
: Recital, James Cripps, organ, 8 ever been to New Orleans and the
*p.m. Recital Hlall. French Quarter, your first visit to
X Lady Fingers will be a pleasant
Surprise, the flavor of the French
l t Monday May 6 Fred H. Kent Quarter transported to Jackson-
Center Dedication (formerly : ville.
Cumberland Campus), apx. 3:30: I BEGAN my lunch with a glass
ro nt t p.m. Athletic field. of vin-rose wine that was
excellent. It was one of the house
Tuesday May 7 JU Sr Recital, wines and was highly recommen-
Raymond Walton, bassoon, 4:15. ded' I certainly was glad I
..-m. Recital Hall. followed the suggestion.
Next, a delicious, fresh garden
Wednesday May 8 JU Recital salad topped with thousand island
RaeynnDamm, oboe, 4:15 p.m dressing. The salad was crisp and
IiRaelynn Damm Hl delicious and the chilled salad
Recital Hall. fork added that special touch that
adds so much to a meal.
staff photo by Bary Thursday May 9 Duval County My main course was the
".".'."Bands Concert, 8 p.mn Civic:" specialty of the house called a
Cast members of UNF's first theatre production, "The Visit," to be presented May 17, 18. hands Conceit, 8 p.m. Civic special of the house called a
Auditorium. "Lucious" which is a ham and
Sroast beef a' la open face topped
u e M Friday May 10 JU Recital, Lily: with cheddar and served with
M musketeers is one m ore for all Demas, oprano, 8 p.m. Recital:. Lady Fingers' special french
.-Hall; Doobie Brothers, Rockiiii fries.
BY SUZANNE LOUQUE The ,movie had something for One pleasant surprise in this Concert, 8 p.m. Coliseum. MUSIC PLAYING softly in the
everyone--romance, intrigue, film was Racquel Welch's background, excellent service,
When was the last time you adventure and high spirits plus a portrayal of the bumbling, Friday-Satrday May 10, 11 delicious food and delightful
came away from a movie hefty cast that under less skillful stumbling, klutzy Constance, the ::::"The In-Law Game", 8:30 p:m. atmosphere. What more could
thoroughly entertained and still than Lester's could have defeated queen's companion. She's done a Jacksonville Theatre. you ask?
chuckling? "The Three Musket- the film's goal of' pure marvelous bit of spoofing and The food is excellent and
eers" fills the bill. entertainment. satirizing her former sex-symbol definitely should be savored to
image and together with Spike Sunday May 12 Auditions for the fullest. One of the nicest
Milligan as her greasy, Kilroy things about Lady Fingers is that
This skillfully high-humored Oliver Reed, Richard Chamber- was-here husband provides some season, 2:30: p.m. Jacksonville there is neverthe feelingof being
film, directed by Richard Lester, lain, and Frank Finlay perform of the film's brightest comedy ..Theatre rushed. It is a pleasure to sit back
has proved to be not just a remake outstandingly as the three moments. and sip the remainder of your
of an old classic but a true comedy Musketeers, King Louis XIII of wine and enjoy yourself
classic in its own right France's elaborate and heroic WE'VE HAVEN'T seen thelast May 13 "All About A complete dinner meu is
pawns whose main concerns were Eve starring Bette Davis available and the entrees sound
THIS S R merely to stay alivein the squalor our gallant hers reser winner of six Academy Award ail ble a d tnenrs ssu
THIS mrytt i has promised us a sequel soon delicious. The wine list is good
THIS SATIRIC send up of. of the Parisian back streets but has promised us a sequel soo 7:45 p.m. Downtown Library d the prices reasonable. The
romantic fiction was sheer who also moved in the pompous titled, you guessed it, "The Four Auditorium. and the prices reasonable. The
enjoyment from beginning to end royal circle of the court. Musketeers. service is friendly and very
with acrobatics and adroitly The scenery and costumes were professional.
choreographed duel scenes to MOVE OVER, Sir Douglas ravishing and Michel Legrand W ednesday May 15 "The IF YOU haven't been to this
delight audiences of all ages. Fairbanks because Michael York, composed a rousing swashbuck- In.Law Game", 8:30 p.m. quaint rfor a delightful lunch or
as D'Artagnan the Musketeer-to- ling score. Jacksonville Theatre. list for a delightful lunch or
be, has outjumped, outrun, dinner.
S oitclimbed and outduelled you as
NEEDthe most acrobatic character in
SOM ETHING... The' Musketeers are just trying
to get by, fighting occasional
--TO sell? duels in the convent yards and in
public laundry, heisting food in a
-- To buy? pub in a skillfully faked duel when
they get caught up in royal
Looking for a book, a ride, a car? intrigue.
TRY Queen Anne, Geraldine Chap-
advertising in lin, has given her diamonds to her
lover,; England's Duke of _.
THE HAL YARD'S Buckingham, Simon Ward, and :-'4! .,,.-- .. ,_
Classified Advertising they must be returned before
King Louis finds out she's been
The cost is small-- -6 cents a word MUSKETEERS TO the rescue!.- 1 -
(5 cents a word for two consecutive They race to England trying to , l
insertions or more). Minimum outwit the evil Cardinal Richelieu, ..
charge is $S1.OO per insertion. Cash Charleton Heston, and his
payment must accompany order. archvillianess, Faye Dunaway,
and their henchmen.
The HAL YARD reserves the right
to act as sole judge of the
suitabirty of any and ali e
advertising copy submitted for Class"ie ,d ,
publication, and the right to edit, advertisements
revise, o' reject any copy or ?' '
ilustration for ad;. STUDENTS-earn while you learn. -i
No "Personals"accepted. Part-time work promises good
money and invaluable experience" ...
Deadlie for Classfied Ad to those who qualify. For cont'd from page 1 and discussion to be held at 1:30 Uelsmann has been awarded a
for next issue is interview, phone Paul C. Glass at The work of internationally A FELLOW of the Royal National Endowment for the Arts
268-6637. acclaimed photographer Jerry Photographic Society of Great Fellowship and the Guggenheim
Uelsmann will be exhibited on Britian and the producer of many Fellowship as well as having been
Tuesday, May 7 L Reprints of al Hal yard photos campusMay 1 through May 31 in one-man shows, Uelsmann recei- represented in world-wide collec-
available. For more information the last of a series of exhibitions ved his M.S. and M.F.A. from tions such as the Museum of
Contact:. THEHALYARD contact: The Halyard office or call by visiting artists. I Modern Art and the National
Room 1351, Bldg. 3 646-2817. Indiana University and has taught
Ro ...m.. 1361,, Bd. 3646-28 17 Uelsmann will be on campus photography at the University of Gallery of Canada.
Monday, May 13 for a slide show Florida since 1960.
THE HALYARD May 1 1974 Page 9
Art professor exhibits pottery
McMillan displays versatility
BY CAROLYN KENYON design and decoration are the
S* Y A man with a dry sense of tie-dye method, the block and dye
Ken McMillan has been humor and quick wit, McMillan method or a combination of both.
described as a ceramist who enthusiastically shares his know- "I am still surprised when people
works in unique styles. He is also ledge and talent with his are amazed that I make so many
an associate professor of art at students. His jewelry designs and of the things I wear. When I was
University of North Florida, a castings are so unusual and in school, everyone made
weaver and a creator of fine attractive that he was commisson- everything," McMillan laugh-
jewelry. ed by a fellow professor as well as ingly recounts. His clothes are
one of his art students to create interesting and some of his shirts
McMillan has taught at the wedding bands for each of them. are rich swirls of color ranging
university since its inception. He from deep hues. to almost pale
is currently teaching a venture McMillan majored in ceramics mists. McMillan wears them well
S" course entitled "Exper*iences in with a dual minor in jewelry and and looks the part of the artist.
his an tArt," the aim of which is to weaving. He has taught a class in
explore form, texture, line, color, cast sculpture at UNF which uses
perspective and the nature of art. the sand casting method and he
plans to teach a venture course The dedication and enjoyment
He obviously enjoys teaching this summer in which weaving of what he is doing is felt
S courses such as. this and feels and macrame will be taught. immediately when McMillan talks
there is great value in the UNF Although he is more noted for his about his work. The projects are
interdisciplinary venture courses. ceramics than his other two many and the ideas for future
interd nary venture curses. specialties he employs all three in work keep coming. In regards to
His enthusiasm and love for his his daily work. his present work and the
work is quickly communicated to excellence that he demands of
Jo Anne Worley and Ror cudd the Thun d Dnner his students. "You should take himself a quote by Alfred Stieglitz
Theatre's production "Lovers and Other Strangers" the venture course being offered It is not at all unusual for a seems to be appropriate, I say
this summer," he said. "Art
this summer," he said. "Art student to comment on a that the world in which one
a u g I n tar a offers everyone the opportunity of particularly attractive shirt and believes is a greater reality than
Working with their hands and is then find out McMillan has made the one that exists."
slghtlgreat therapy." i it. His favorite techniques of
BY DALE EDELBERG McMillan has an MFA from
"Lovers and their Strangers," madonna-like fiancee who sits Cranbrook Academy of Art
now playing at the Thunderbird unperturbed during Ryan's rant- taught at the University of -,. .a ."N
Dinner Theater, is a comedy ings with visions of catering Mississippi and in 1967 was
heavy with truisms on the human services and tuxedo rentals awarded a faculty research grant
condition and it often smacks the dancing through her head. for design and construction of
funny bone right where it hurts. A SLEAZY FLAT in New special purpose kilns (salt .
Jo Anne Worley of "Laugh-In" Yawk" is the setting for the glazing, raku firing, glass
fame heads an excellent cast in third vignette in which Jo Anne blowing).
the comedy which is coniposed of Worley exposes a new side of he Recently, McMillan was one of
vfour vignettes dealing with the talent. Her clever, portrayal of a Recently, McMillan wasFne of ia
inevitable charades playedby frowsyhouswife, who tries to forty artists invitedto display
males and females in their force-feed her greasy ,haired son their work at a Crafts Festival in , ,
relationships. would leave Philip Roth weak- Atlanta which was by invitation
"Lovers and Other Strangers," kneed. Ryan plays the son (whose only. McMillan has also partici-
written by Renee Taylor and chino pants have crept at least pated in the Art Celebration held
Joseph Bologna ran for a short two inches above his white socks), at Regency Square in March; was
stint on Broadway, but became with the perception that only a one of the featured artists at the
better known as a movie. native New Yorker could possess. Jacksonville Art, Museum the ,' -,
THE FIRST VIGNETTE stars "We ain't cpatible" he tells sane month; participated in the
THE FRST GNEE stas his semi-hysterical mother, who Micanopy Art Show and the
Jo Anne Worley as a swinging can't believe her son is getting a Winter Park Arts Festival to
single (Brenda) who goly-gees divorce. "What are we gonna tell name just a few. He was also
her way around the bachelor pad our friends" she laments to her featured in an on-campus display
of a man she has picked up. husband Frank. Frank, who featured in an on-campus display
Brenda's personality alternates -smacks of Archie Bunker is in the lobby of the library. last
between Doris Day and Myrna played superbly by Perry, year. McMillan is represented in.
Loy and drives the confused private collections in many states
bachelor to distraction. The But the last scene is obviously as well as in England, Argentina
bachelor, whose swinging is an audiences' favorite, with Jo and the Philippines.
slightly arthritic is played by Anne Worley playing the part of a tadf phoio by Don Renshaw
Roger Perry, who co-stars with woman who is trying desperately Kemmneth L McMllan, UNF id potter, displays some of his
Worley in two. of the other to be liberated but ends up wrk which wa r dile in Atlanta.
vignettes, trotting around her bedroom in a
The second vignette deals with short nightgown trying to entice a
a young about-to-be married husband whose sexual drive
Reilly and Charles Ryan. Ryan, a
young New York actor, is good Directed by Carl Strohn, Jr., a BY TOM TAYLOR
the neurotic groom who is pioneer in the dinner playhouse
experiencing the proverbial case field, "Lovers and Other What a disappointment!
of cold feet. Reilly, who barely Strangers" is not only a lot of fun
says a word during the entire but has some keen observations I am certain there is a better during the scenes dealing with Wilson (Wilson, the Auto
scene is beautiful as the to make on human nature. way to begin a movie review, but Jay and Daisy, scenes which Repairman), who portrays the
s after seeing what the movie' Fitzgerald chose to leave out of "used man" with great skill and
moguls have done to F. Scott his novel. understanding of the character.
Fitzgerald's utterly fantastic IT iS NO WONDER to me that
novel I can find no better way to Robert Redford chose to miss the Perhaps one of the most
express my feelings. film's premier in New York. He is noteworthy assets of the film is
Before I get too "gritty" probably keenly aware that his the much acclaimed party scene
however, let me refresh the "wooden" performance as Jay of Gatsby's patio and garden, It
story-line for you. "THE GREAT Gatsby is far below his proved to be as wild and colorful
GATSBY" deals with the rise and capabilities. Why, that dazzling as it was significant in its
S fall of a mysterious millionaire of smile only dazzled once in representation of the times.
the 1920's, Jay Gatsby (Robert two-and-a-halfhours. Mia Farrow
Redford), and the pursuit of the "moons" her way through thiS To explore this film any further
love of his life, the now-married film with a seemingly chronic might tend to further ruin this
Daisy Buchannon (Mia Farrow). attack of what has by now been already fractured extravaganza
The eternal triangle develops diagnosed as morning sickness. for those who will see it
between Jay, Daisy, and Daisy's Little if any sign of her regardless of what I write about
-husband Tom. considerable acting talents crept it. In fact, if you have an extra
What transpires would ordina- into her performance. $2.50 and two-and-a-half hours to
rily warm the cockles of anyone To be sure, there were splashes spare I encourage you to see
heart if it weren't for the way that of greatness. Sam Waterson (Nick "THE GREAT GATSBYt, if only
,t ,~. .... ... -: - : : ....:a~L it .develops; in the .film. The Caraway, Daisy's cousin and the to see the glitter and opulence
problem, I think, lay in the fact third person through whom the .that was Newport and the East
that the producers and screen- story is told), turns in what will during the Twenties. If after an
-"f writers decided to portray probably be the Film Academy's hour you become acutely aware of
photo by Don Renshaw1 what Fitzgerald left implied. The choice for Best Supporting Actor. your seat and you begin trying to
Examples of the potter's skill on display. film slowed to the stopping point Another contender ia the remember if you paid the light
category will surely be Scott
Page 12 May 1, 1974 THE HALYARD
|Steve ME *
Rogers O T !
t WFL-a i. ,a P o.......
The Jacksonville Sharks have five coaches now and sixty-odd-
players How many is enough in football? The coaches ask that --
while the owners ask the same about attendance for the first season
Sailing championship here
The southern states Force 5 sailboat racing championship will be I
held at the Rudder Club of Jacksonville, May 11 and 12. The
location is on the west bank of the St. Johns River-adjacent to the
Buckman Bridge near N.A.S. Jacksonville.
The Force 5 is a one man, one design, racing craft designed in
4972. They are fast and agile and the competition should be close.
Anyone interested in sailboat racing should be in attendance for a
couple of days of interesting racing events.
A quick pitch for slow pitch,7
Recently slow pitch softball has caught on around campus. There
are quite a few hits and errors in each of the games I've seen and
the real sporting is done on the sidelines.
Another Roger Maris?
Henry Aaron has set the new "unbreakable" home run record for
future baseball players to shoot for and should be congratulated for
the accomplishment. Photo by Mike Milkey
The sad part of the feat is that like Roger Maris before him, he an g n
has "atack of the fea t sd ed ate legend of Babe futh in the UNF Archery Team members [back row, I to r Claude Gardener, Cary Williams, Tom Southwell, Richard
has "attacked" and "mauled" the legend of Babe Ruth in the
process. Kllbride, [Front row, I to r] Terry Fehrs, Gene.Martine, Deli Whittle, members not pictured are Jackle Bell
Few sports fans can tell you Roger Maris hit 61 homers in the nd Olivi Fmme.
1961 season and broke the old record set by Ruth in 1927. The A rcry te c n t ay
problem for Henry lies in the fact that he broke the record but may
be forgotten because "the Babe" set the old record and no onteam competes tionally
forgets Babe Ruth--not even candy bars.
BY NORM LENO UNF's archery team is made up remember every one of them, and
William tells all of nine members, five men and do every one exactly right, your
The Universit h Ar y tm h s fr D d The Archery Team will four women. The team has two arrow won't score," stated
The University of North Florida Archery team heads for Deland represent the Unversity of North coaches not affiliated with the Claude Gardner, who started the
on May 9, 10, 11 for the outdoor archery championships. The team Florida (UNF) at the National university. One of the coaches, team.
is the only intercollegiate sport on campus and has won many Collegiate Archery Competition Jessi Curtis, has 18 years of he he
essier C tisce iWha yeas wo hea UN Archr Ta has an
trophies in top flight meets. Several area colleges have to watch in to e eld in end a on experience in the field, while he asa
envy' ,.. ^3to be held in Deland, Fla. next rexp bere anc in te fed, withery.e
envy as the upstarts" upset them month after month. week -end. The competition will Danny Moran is backed with 7on
weetake place at Stetson University ll years as an archer. qualifications for competition are;
take place at Stetson University you must be an undergraduate
NBAI rookie awards May 9, 10, and 11. Cary Williams expressed the and a full time student. You must
feeling the team has for these two also have your own equipment.
The two top vote getters in the 1974 National Basketball Past records of the UNF team men,"'For somebody to come out
Association's rookie squad were Ron Belogan and Ernie show the team has a good chance and spend as much time as they An investment of $60 can get
DeGregari of bringing home national have with us and get nothing for you started. Some of the
th t s recognition for the school, as they it, they deserve a hell of a lot of members have as much as $350 in
Both of the players were big attractionsin college last year -- will be competing against over 40 credit." equipment. It really depends on
DeGregorio because of his ball handling for Providence against entries from throughout the the degree you wish to become
opponents such as Memphis State and Belogan for his manhandling nation, and in excess of 300 Archery is growing quite involved in the sport.
in such games as Minnesota vs Ohio State. archers. rapidly in the college circuit, as THERE HAS TO be an answer
Evt mee well as nationally. This past year,
SEvery meet in the past has archery was included as part of as to why a team so young is
netted theUNF team at least oe competition. doing so well. "Everybody on our
trophy as witnessed by the 12 the team is obsessed with winning"
trophies decorating the office of, THE SPORT IS very demand- was Cary Williams' answer.
Student Activities. ing, takes a lot of dedication,-and "Another big factor is inter-team
i can be frustrating at times. Most competition. We compete against
THE TEAM, after being in successful archers spend from 5 each other every time we step out
existence for only three months, hours to 25 hours a week on the practice field," added
finished 2nd in. a state indoor practicing. Richard Kilbride.
meet. The most recent achieve- This type of dedication and
ment was April 6, in a state meet. Concentration seems to be the enthusiasm explains a comment
The UNF men's team took home a key in competition. "When you heard during an awards presenta-
3rd, the women won 2nd, and in shoot, there are about 12 to 15 tion at a state meet, "UNF is the
mixed competition, the team won things with each shot you have to rising power in the state, in
another 3rd. remember, and if you don't archery."
nn"nu' iwuniu1mn.ll mHnIl llulm uninlnl M iuiluii miallu lIu
... .where you get off cheap.
S2 or 3 bedroom homes Pool and sauna both
*' 4 Individually landscaped lots Tennis courts, club souse
"mn PA*, p_ |IF W Family rooms and patios 24-hour security service
staff photo by Norm Len Jr. Separate adult and family 15 year financing with low
Durham Parker on his way to victory in the over-30 cla section down payment
competition at the Beaches First Annual Bicycle Race. sections down payment
70 Participate in bike races l
Over 70 riders participated in classes. Penny Parker topped the -
the First Annual Beaches Bike girls event. The Parkers were all
Races held at Jacksonville Beach riding Maserati bikes.
A 2. Other winners in the day's'
The Parker family dominated competition were; 12-15-Phillip
the field of entries. Durham Posey, Schwinn; 16-19-Will Beck, IMOBILE HOME VILLAGE
Parker wont the over 30 class. His Maserati; 20-30-Jim Mickman,
son, De, took first place in the Schwinn: Expert David Bennett, 10960 1EAO4 QULEVARD, SALES OFFICE 641-1544 U
stinger .and junior 10-speed Maserati. uflnIIhInlplllfl !u!!Hllnln~llHI l iunr ff"..'_ nu :'a"" fulg
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Lake Serenity canoing
The Second Annual Eco-Encounter was enjoyed by over 200 people
Son Sunday April 28 at UNF.
Eco-Encounter was sponsored and produced by the Sawmill Slough
a Conservation Club.
The days events Included a walk through the nature trails on
I campus, wildlife displays and canoeing.
Cattail roots can be tasty
Ranger Tom Pelker and end
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THE HALYARD May 1, 1974 Page 11
Tip top UNF ly Halyard adds to staff
UNF may have the best faculty the three colleges of 155 with less Two new staff appointments
in the South for a university its than five years of professional have been announced by the
size. That's a pretty strong experience. Faculty members HALYARD.Both involve "vet-
statement for any new institution come from 101 institutions across eran staff members -- if a
of higher learning, but from the the country in 41 states and the three-month old newspaper can
looks of a recent report on the District of Columbia, according to be considered to have "veteran"
UNF faculty it isn't far fetched. the report. staffers.
The report comes from Roy L. The report shows the educatio- ., f
Lassiter, Jr., Vice President and nal background of the faculty to Sharon McConnell, a Literature-
Dean of Faculties. According to be diverse. Seventy-nine per cent Communications senior from
Lassiter the "faculty has have either doctorates or terminal Orange Park, has been promoted
excellent balance in age, in degrees appropriate to their' to Production Manager of the
experience, and in educational fields. Degrees come from MIT, paper. Her duties include
background; and has demonstra- Johns Hopkins, Berkeley, and overseeing the proofing and
ted high capabilities in teaching Duike to name just a few. pasteup of the newspaper and
and substantial scholarly attain- liaison with the printer.
ments." FACULTY MEMBERS EN-
GAGE actively in scholarly '
/ L .. Activity, the report -says. Total
THE FACULTY IS young professional publications autho- Linda Center, columnist and
indeed according to the report, red by faculty members are 685. makeup assistant from St.
The average age is 33 years and The Fine Arts faculty have Augustine, has undertaken ad-
only about six per cent are over produced over 1200 public ditional duties -- under an
the age of 50. There are 28 faculty performances, exhibitions or Independent Study project -- of
members under the age of 30. m ic rc i The visual planning and supervising the
arts faculty have exhibited works HALYARD's first Commence-
As for experience, the young throughout the U.S. and Mexico ment Issue, scheduled for June
faculty is comprised of only 57 and are.represented in collections staff photo by Mike Milkey 12. In this connection, Linda will
men and women out of a total for in South America and England. Lost i Foundl Student Activitire secretly Barbara Waters displays be contacting various depart-
meena and w en of a to f r oin ou ments and personnel toa gather
some of the artices which can be claimed by their owners in room full inf aterson tringo athe
2401. full information concerning the
N ew d eg at U Student Activities Secretary unclaimed articles are scheduled university's graduation activities
New degree at UNF Barbara Walters has gathered for disposal by May 30. Anyone
together all the lost and found wishing to check for lost items
items that have been collected should see the Student Activities Along with these two appoint-
over the ast months. All Office before the date. ments, three additional columns
"I was taught criminology by Serving as chairperson of the have quietly been added to the
the people in the prisons," stated criminal justice certificate faculty, paper's list of "standing" copy.
Dr. Christine E, Rasche, Dr. Rasche has concentrated her Ve s ay ge pay increase Jeannie Roycraft, a previously
University of North Florida efforts on working with collea- t ne noted, has begun her-"Night-
assistant professor of sociology. side" column to touch on the
Rasche feels that there is a ned gues to develop long-range plans lY CHUCK HELDERMAN increase in benefits. night-class activities on the
for -this type of experiential for future criminal justice The legislation has been sent to campus. Feature EditCarolyn
learning inthe criminal justice Military benefits may be the Senate where it is expected to c eatue it a n
iel. programs at UNF. Other UNF running out as of May 31 if pass but approval has been slow n as begun ater nw
ie. faculty swerving with Dr. Rasche approval of an extension by the in coming.- column-- "Innside Out"-which
include John Plumb, director will discuss places to dine, where
include John F. Plumb, director Senate is not forthcoming. Additionally, a bill before the to go for special foods, and other
of public safety; Dr. Johnny L. According to Mr. Harry Smith, House, called 'House Bill 2233, elements of gourmet eating.
She has been appointed by Dr. Arnettd, associate dean of coordinator of veteran affairs for would provide for a whole or Finally, John Thomson, journalist
Roy L. Lassiter Jr., UNF vice students; Deitra Micks, assistant University of North Florida; partial waiver of tuition fees for in the State University System,
president and dean of faculties mplent rae an races etotoss
president and dean of faculties to professor of management and Dr. (UNF), you may be receiving an the veteran. A letter frm an has been added as a regular
coordinatethe university' crimi-s r increase in pay plus extension of interest party to your Senator columnist covering the State
nal justice program This Green benefits, if. the extension is or Representative would be Legislature and Board of
program has been designed to accepted. welcome therefore, a list has Regents. He will provide a
provide educational opportunities The U.S. House of Representa- been provided by the office of "student's-eye-view" of these
for persons involved in various ties has already approved the Veterans Affairs Office building vital areas.
aspects of criminal justice.h are geared toward extension and a 13.6 per cent one room 1339.
providing quality education in
"UNF's CRIMINAL justice order to turh out thinkers and Stut
certificate program, which has doers," according to Dr. Rasche.
been in operation for 18 months, "They are motivated by sincere activities list
is an asset to persons in the FS to
Jacksonville area involved in concern on hw to provide the
criminal justice work," Dr. best education and training events
Rasche said. "Until the Univer- possible in the field of criminal
sity opened, upper level criminal justice. Their goal is to provide The Student Activities Office
justice education of any kind was announces that the "smash hit"
virtually :non-existent in the area. persons in this field with boad of the spring quarter at UNF--t he
The only option students had was liberal arts-based education and a May Festival-is scheduled for a
to go to Florida State University basic grasp of the essence of repeat performance on May 14.
in Tallahassee." criminal justice, she continued. This event was a success last year
as clubs and organizations,
students, faculty and staff all
joined in friendly competition.
In the months just prior to This year we will be adding a
UNF's opening, Lassiter changed new event--a pie-eating contest-- Revg
an ad hoc committee with new event--a pie-eating contest--
developing a program through to the old favorites, the tricycle
which UNF could offer an upper IN AN EFFORT to implement race, canoe races, egg toss,
level certificate in criminal these ideas, plans are now no-hands tennis relay, tugs-of- I
justice. The committee also was underway between UNF and war and others. (In last year's
assigned the task of obtaining Florida State University to offer a tug-of-war President Carpenter
funds through the Law Enfoce- bachelor's degree program in and several other administrative
meant Education Program (LEEP) criminology at UNF in the and faculty members were the un-bank
from the state of Florida and of coming months. Dr. Rasche will "dunked" as the losing team slid
developing long range plans for a act as liason with FSU, which will into the water.) 624 ocean street
bachelor's degree in criminal grant the degree, in the The sign-up sheets will soon be jacksonville florida
justice, to be offered at UNF. cooperative degree program. distributed to all departments and ja o efr
organizations. Pick your event
and sign up!
Chaired by Dr. Laurence B. Live entertainment will be
Green, chairman of UNF's "The plans which have been presented at the Boat House on
department of psychology, the formulated to date call for May 6 and 7, and we will have a
committee developed a program professors from FSU to teach ban 'appearing there during the
whereby students may obtain a classes in criminology on the UNF activity period on May 16.
certificate in criminal justice in Campus for a period of three and
conjunction with a bachelor's a half years. This will 'be ari PERSONAL LOANS THAT WORK LIKE
degree in a regular academic interim measure until UNF is in a U .if a J3 CHARGE ACCOUNT FOR CASH
program. position to handle the program by V
itself," Dr. Rasche said. Includes loan protection insurance for
i DsMASTER insurable members at no additional cost...
"THE PRIMARY INCEN- MECH.
TIVE," according to Dr. Rasche, ES
"is the student's sincere desire to Dr. BICYCLES NEW-USEDcentury 21 ffice
upgrade the line staff of criminal D Rasche holds a doctorate in REPAIR PARTS AC. century 21 ffice
added thatWpersons with day to versity in St. Louis. Her doctoral BICYCLE INSURANCE locat centuryff atantic driv d
day contact with criminal work was done in the field of 1521 CeauJ Te'. 9gbx.
offenders often have the least criminology. with concentration phone 724-7922
educational background for the in the adjustment problems of 7437422
work they are doing. female offenders. -__, ., -