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UFF charges 'tenure quotas' .

By FRANK STANFIELD
The United Faculty of Florida (UFF) has leveled charges against Dr. Ben Stevens, chairperson of the UFF, made the allegations at I
the Board of Regents charging that they (the regents), are the Board of Regents meeting held on June 2 in Ft. Lauderdale.
establishing a tenure quota in the university system. (Continued on p. 12) P .gS s Dts








VOL. 2 NO. 18 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY 30, 1975


Unless he's seated as president





Candidate threatens suit
By DREW BRUNSON no grounds for holding the runoff
and DOUG SHAVER election.
SGA presidential candidate According to Wharton,
Bill Ely has informed UNF "Neither the university Consti-
president Thomas Carpenter of tuition, the SGA Bylaws, nor
his intention to bring suit against "Roberts Rules of Order" is
the university if he is not seated definitive as to the basic
as SGA president. requirement -- i.e. whether a
majority or a plurality was
The information was contained required for election." e .. 44
in a letter to Carpenter from
attorney C. Wayne Alford of the Election Supervisor Bill Medlin,
law offices of Jacobs, Sinoff, former chairman of the investi-
Edwards, Alford & Burgess. gating committee, stated that he
had decided that a runoff election
THIS ACTION arises out of a would be required if none of the
dispute concerning the runoff presidential candidates received a
election for the SGA presidency. majority vote.
According to Election Supervisor He said that he had reached
Bill Medlin, the election results this decision and afindtnced it
indicated that Ely received more before the ballots from the first Inve~gatg camat a t er vid tudet Lmy Bm.t D
votes than interim president election had been counted.
Marilyn Harrison. veterans and felt that this was in place for a period of thirty days had to be formally presented by
In the July 17 meeting of the STUDENT REEDE Stockton violation of Board of Regents because of the possibility of 2:30 p.m. on July 22.)
student government the decision alleged later during the meeting Guidelines concerning the solicit- further investigation by outside THE LETTER further stated,
was made to hold the results of that the election supervisor did action of captive audiences. authorities into possible vio- "It is our opinion, based upon the
the run-off election in abeyance not have the authority to make nations of state law. facts presented and our indepen-
until allegations concerning the that decision. THE LETTER was mailed by AT AN SGA meeting the dent research into this matter,"
election's validity and possible The committee received alle- Lassiter to a number of veterans following Thursday, Medlin that Ely was lawfully elected to
election law violations were gations concerning the election among the UNF student body. summarized the allegations which the SGA presidency.
investigated. until approximately 3:00 p.m. Jon Harrison, who had had been presented to the Alford indicated that his firm
SJuly 22. introduced the original motion to committee up to that time. He would begin legal action against
A Sp eial Election s Investiga- Lenny Burns told the commit- hold the election results in added that the committee had no the university if Harrison "and
tiontee that the Office of Veteran abeyance, presented further recommendations to make, pend- the other officers serving under
carry out the investigation and Affairs in Building I had testimony concerning campaign ing a more complete investigation her" failed to vacate the SGA
present a report on its findings to prominently displayed posters activities by the Office of Veteran into the charges. offices by 5:00 p.m., on July 28.
the Student Government Asso- promoting Roy Lassiter for the Affairs. Reede Stockton introduced a
citation. office of treasurer. He felt that Other students presented motion to disband the committee
The first meeting of the this was in violation of the testimony relating to the same and accept the election results as
investigating committee was held university constitution and could allegations. they stood. He expressed the
on July 22. be construed to mean that the opinion that the proper procedure
LON THOMAS presented the university supported this candi- Student J.C. Sparkman, Ely's would be to seat the election
committee with a statement date. campaign manager, requested winners, after which those who
written by Student Senator Paul Burns also criticized the that all documents and tapes of opposed the conduct of the
Wharton stating that there were mailing of a form letter to the meeting be kept in a safe election could introduce a recall
motion. The Youth Conservation
The motion was defeated, and Corps program is alive on
the committee is continuing its the UNF campus and is
investigation., providing jobs for many
Earlier in the meeting, teenagers. Turn to page 3
Harrison had submitted her of this issue and read Mike
resignation as interim president, Crowley's story on this
but the association voted not to subject.
accept it.
THE SGA DID accept Medlin's The Congress of the United
resignation as chairman of the States may pass a bill which
election investigation committee, will endanger the freedom
Medlin said he was concerned of the press in this country.
about a possible conflict of You might be interested to
interest between his position on find out how this may affect
".the committee and his position as you, so turn to page 4 and
," .Election Supervisor. read Frank Stanfield's
L ',, As interim SGA vice president, column.
t."a'- "he will continue to preside over
SGA meetings until the election On pages 4 and 5 of this
Dispute is resolved, issue we are presenting a
Alford told Carpenter in his photo feature which pre-
letter that "There. were no sents some of the campus
allegations of election law life which has been
, violations or fraud whatsoever happening this summer.
brought against any of our clients The photos were taken by
Sas of the deadline agreed upon." Lynn Woodbridge and
(The investigating committee Mibe Main one of them. ight
Three members of the Investigating committee confer about allegations. had announced that allegations one of them.




Page 2 THE HALYARD July 30, 1975


Camp refuge for wildlife, people

UNF students do not need to go possible, partly to maintain The trails are safe, though --
to a state park to enjoy strolling natural drainage. Some dredging really. All of these creatures are
several' miles through a Florida and filling was necessary, of easily frightened by humans and
wilderness. Neither, for that course. The resulting borrow pits will avoid* contact whenever
matter, does any other resident of now form UNF's lake system. possible. Any hunter can verify
the' Jacksonville area. how difficult it is to approach any
Even the parking lots are being of them.
The UNF campus has 12 miles landscaped with trees and
of footpaths through forests and shrubbery in an attempt to reduce The nature trails are being
swamps, and these nature trails at least the visual impact of used not bnly for recreation but
are open to the public. human encroachment. education and scientific research
as well. They are available for
THE UNIVERSITY campus was individual sightseeing, family
a logging area from the MOST OF the present nature outings, school field trips and
eighteenth through the early trails were not created by the professional biological studies.
twentieth centuries. The hard- university, but were already here
wood groves' which once -- the remnants of logging trails WHILE THE trails have been
dominated the area have been and hunting paths. Some clearing left largely untouched except for
largely depleted, allowing scrub work by the grounds crew has minimal maintenance, there are
and .slash pine and palmetto to been done, and a few bridges and some plans to accommodate human'
proliferate. boardwalks have had to be built; comfort and curiosity."
but the trails have been left as
The campus property is now a untouched as possible. The university is planning to
wildlife refuge and bird sanctuary build rest areas, picnic areas and '
and the university planners have The nature trails take a walker observation stations. Other plans
tried to minimize the impact of through pine woods, oak stands, are for weatherproof displays and
the school on the area's ecology. swamps and cypress sloughs. informational markers and signs.'
One may or may not be lucky
Some examples of this effort enough to see some of the many To complement the foothpaths,
can be seen in the campus species of wildlife living on a system of bicycle trails and, '
construction program. Only that campus. waterways for canoe trails is also
plantlife which had to be removed planned. o f
to build the university facilities BIRDS INHABITING the area
was taken out. Already, some include hawks and wild turkeys. In view of educational budget .. C
trees are being replanted to Bear and wild hogs roam the limitations, most of the funding s .
restore natural conditions as woods along with deer and fox for developing the nature trails is
much as possible. and other mammals. Various likely to have to -come from
species of harmless snakes private donations, to be channel-' ?-v *
THE ORIGINAL land contours coexist with water mocassins and ed through the University of F t
were preserved as, much as rattlesnakes. North Florida Foundation, Inc.


Eighty apply for nursing program wh .

By JOYCE JOHNSON As an upperelevel program nurses have formally applied for if yot we BntelrWl d
leading to the Bachelor of Science the program. Current admission *
In February 1974, UF s t in Nursing degree, ninety quarter is for Septemberand March oly, COINS STAMPS
Sri se "~rm- ~ di urr The The number of students admitted
Regents for a nursing program torht trl i ia areasof Wi r gnr ~ii depend on the *
which would offer a baccalaureate concentration: Nursing Theory, number of faculty members -
degree to licensed registered 16 hours; Advance Practice, 29 furnished by the participating COME ANDSEE ARLINGTON'S NEW HOBB STORE
nurses. hours and Cognates, 45 hours. universities.
As a final decision, the BOR Theory and Practice will be Further information regarding ARLINGTON STAMP COIN CO. *
agreed to joint administration of offered by FAMU and UF the Nursing Program is available .
the program by UNF along with colleges of nursing and the fro Humphries at the office of 1332 Univ. Blvd. N. Phone 743-1776
two universities having current cognates will be offered by UNF. Continuing Education. ~ ** ***** *. t
Schools of Nursing, Florida A&M
and the University of Florida. According to Humphries,
approximately eighty registered Uy




professor of natural sciences, is Assoc. Prof. W.J. Roach
acting as interim coordinator fore e a ki rvi
program is designed.to meet the Managing Editor -- Drew Brunson
needsof registered nurses for an
which the traditional four-year Production Manager -- Doug Shaver c v g 4
programs at FAMU and UF are Editoral Editor -- Frank Stanfo ld
not designed.
SPhoto kd. -- Mike Malone
To be admitted to the program,
all enrollees must have a current sualnes Mgr Margaret Fletcher .ln
license to practice as a registered Ope 9 AM to 3rn.-Th rs.
professional nurse, an overall Ad Manager -- Irma Wharton
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Most women do not realize th*t cations classes at the Lniver-
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oug end black egenise d te community. Opinions ex-
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July 30, 1975 THE HALYARD Page 3
Notes & Briefs Youth Conservation Corps:

Program has acheived success

SBy MIKE CROWLEY The 25 youths selected from experts from the U.S. and State
Evans selected for Who's1 Who 171 applicants work a 40-hour Forestry Service and the Game
Joan Evans, director of the Academic Enrichment Skills The Youth Conservation Corps week and are paid $2.00 an hour and Fish Commission. Drs.
Center, has been selected for listing in "Who's hAcademic EnAmchmentnd Skills (YCC) was initiated at UNF by for 30 hours with the remaining Carole DeMost and Ray Bowman
Center, has been selected for lition in Whclude o's womenho havemong physical facilities director Tom 10 hours counted as a of UNF's natural sciences
American Women. The publication includes women who have Bostwick and has achieved such, contribution in return for their department also contribute their
made significant contributions in their respective fields and have success that it will become a education. time to this phase of the program.
gained regional or national prominence. permanent pt of summer
6 permanent part of summer
it l in r activities here. Completed projects include the THE 25 STUDENTS are
Weitsen leaVing for new post Boggy-Branch walk-thru at East divided into four groups.they are
THE OBJECTIVES of the YCC Fence, Candy Lake Bridge to supplied with equipment and
Bookstore manager Martin Weitsen will be leaving UNF to accept are: Island Retreat, 40 trees planted special clothing when necessary
a position as vice president of The Collaborate Consultants on on Indian Heart Island in Lake for a particular job. Knee boots,
August 1. The organization is a national firm offering services in 1. Accomplish needed conser- Onieda, a trail for the snake guards and hardhats are
consultations for college bookstores. ovation work on public lands. handicapped on the south shore routine on some projects.
2. Provide employment for 15 of Lake Onieda and a small bridge
GRE to be administered .through 18-year-old males and across Buckhead Branch.
females from all social, economic, Walter Hiis, 17, a Wolfson
eee ee e ethnic and social classifications. PROJECTS TO BE completed graduate, plans to enter a college
The Graduate Record Examination will be administered by the this summer are the repair of pvc forestry program this fall. He
Counseling Servicesoffice on August 30 at 8:30 a.m. The deadline 3. Develop an understanding pipe between the lake behind heard about the program from his
for signing up is August 8, and there is a $15.00 fee. Interested and appreciation in participating Building 10 and Lake Onieda, and science teacher.
students may sign up in Bldg. 1, Room 1201. youths of the nation's environ- its hookup to a fountain in Lake
ment and heritage. Onieda, food plots for wild
Bo les lct d to s e g up turkey, quail and doves, and the Valere Donalson, 18, a Terry
Boyles elected to state group THIS SUMMER'S pilot pro- rearrangement of the nature trails Parker graduate, likes the change
Director of Cooperative Education and Placement Carol Ann gram was funded by a federal so they will be closer to the of pace offered in conservation
Boyles has been elected secretary of the Florida College Placement grant of -$20,000, matched by swamps, work. She will enter Hampton"
Association for 1975-76. She is also serving as local arrangements UNF. Future funding will come Institute this fall to major in
committee chairman for the fall conference of the Association of from 80 per cent federal grants The teenagers also participate music. She remarked, "It's nice
Schools, Colleges and University Staffing to be held in October in and 20 per cent UNF partici- in four hours per week of ecology working with people interested
Jacksonville. pation. classes that feature visiting inthe same things as yourself."
Sandra Hansford, of the same office, is serving as chairperson of
the advisory. committee of the Offender Assistance Through
Community Colleges project being conducted by Florida Junior
College. ... ,
Slide show promotes UNF
A slide show entitled "Designed to be, Different" has been
produced by the UNF Public Relations Office and Instructional
Communications Center to describe the university in terms of its
services to students and the community. It was first presented to the
July, 7Board of Regents meeting, and reshown at UNF on July 10.
Anyone desiring a rescheduling is asked to notify UNF vice
president Dr. Roy Lassiter in Bldg. 1, Room 2565.

Studet's book tobe published-- ~-
UNF student Gerald Gamache has written a book which is bei ng
published by the Jacksonville Navalo Air Station. Entitled
"Handbook for' Drug Education Facilitators," the book is being
considered for use as a textbook by several colleges. It is an attempt
to consolidate drug education information, and is intended for use
by educators, parents and community mental health and drug Two members of the YCC are hrd at wwerkea, e amps.
program personnel.

Huebner at Apollo briefing
Dr. Jay Huebner, department ofnatural sciences, was invited by R A C Q U E- T p.
the National Aeronautics and Space Admiistraton to attended PRO SHO P
series of briefings on the Apollo-Soyuz project, and to observe the
Apollo launch July 15 from the VIP area. "the one stop FULL E
,_one stop FULL SErinCEin
Saunders nominated for oo shoppe *-R .... strin....
Dr. Delores Saunders, department of elementary and secondary
education, has been nominated by Morris Brown College in Atlanta. Gr ps
to be included in the 1975 volume of "Outstanding Americans." f r tenni
She w;as also inducted into the national honor or(T y cPhi Delta: ,
Kapp, and was guest speaker at an open forum' June 26 at
Governors State university in Illinois. ,r ckets nothing
shoes &::
Kuthialaaddresses Sierra .Club acesso
accessories
Dr. S.K. Kuthiala, department of sociology, was the featured
speaker at the July 8 meeting of the Sierra Club. He discussed
problemss of Resource Distribution and the Development in the ". .
Third' World Countribs. ..

Wilsontoinmathdep't 627 UNIVERSITY BLVD. N

Dr. Williamn J. Wilson will be joining the faculty f: the 724 .950 3
mathematical sciences department this fall. He is coming to JWUNF.
from Texas A&M Uniiversity, where he taught for one year. He willO w ned
be teaching calculus and statistics. Owned & Operated

Woods joins sociology dep't by a U.S.PTA. Professional
Dr. Stephen I. Woods is new to the faculty of the UNF department
of sociology and social welfare. The courses that he is teaching this
summer are: Graduate Practicum Experience in the counselling
program, and undergraduate practicum program, and Social Policy
in Administration at the graduate level. *10% Summer discounts to students
Woods is most recently from Bradeis University in Boston, where
he was attending the Florence Heller Graduate School for Advanced with 1, D. cards
Studies in Social Welfare.





Page 4 THE HALYARD July 30, 1975

The Halyard -----r
Editor and General Manager... Assoc. Prof. W.J. Roach a i .
Managing Editor... Drew Brunson
Editorial Page Editor....Frank Stanfield



Current SGA I ATEo
SWETrOL SEGC| -
6VIT. X O-RM"17- 10

controversy =- -


unnecessary
The deplorable situation in which the SGA flEds Itself e-S
could easily have been avoided if certain steps had been _
taken at the writing of the SGA bylaws and the ______
university constitution.
An SGA official stated that the "bylaws were written
to take care of any emergency..."; but, from the Con ress contemplates crime bll
number of unresolved questions which have arisen
concerning the SGA It Is easily seen that the writers of
the bylaws failed In their attempts to prepare a Fe s th ren
comprehensive document.
One would think that an academic community could By FRANK E. STANFIELD The new bill would prohibit
conduct a simple election without getting into the kind -persons from giving "classified" p i I -
of mudslinging that characterizes "politics as usual." Congress is now studying a information of any kind to
crime bill that could, among other anyone, even if the information
THE QUESTION of whether or not a candidate needs things, restrict freedom of the does not relate to national
a umaority or a plurality vote should have been resolved press. defense, and even if the
information is incorrectly classi-
In the bylaws and really needs no elaboration at this The 753-page proposed bill, fled.
point. called SI, is the first comprehen- THE BILL also states that
St a a f o sive criminal code inthe history of anyone, including journalists,
But, there are a few other pointla s that should have the Reptblic, and is. an attempt to who appropriates government
been incduded in the. bylaws and have caused curb the rising crime rate. documents for his own use, even
emesiderame controversy In the past two teeks SPONSORS OF the bill see it as to write a story, is guilty of
For Instance, how much uh~ity does the. l ctea a chance to eliminate the committing a felony.
supervisor have to re on ies not i hodge-podge judicial handling of Even worse, a reporter could be
supervisor have to rule oa Issues not specl criminal cases by outlining prosecuted if he receives a Fkig SIiUi"
coee. N e aw this quea bad stringent punishments and guid government reix without release. Thepublic would kow.
!- ....-Jis ofelons and defendants., einnent authorization. nly wat the government ants
have been codfla over the legality of the actions Much of the sentencing now it The bill further specifies that a them to know, simply by
taken by Electis upror Bl Medlin. left to the discretion of judges. reporter could be prosecuted if he classifying nearly everything with
Many times felons serve vastly "conceals, removes, or otherwise the mere drop of a rubber stamp.
What procedure A s hbe used when an election Is different sentences for the same impairs...the availability of a The United States may or may
contested? Shboud N A v- nt winners have been crime. government record." not be ready for its first criminal
sated, s tet to or should the results have would reestablish the death code, but it is definitely not ready
HE BILL, it passed, would ,for a sectrcy-bill that would limit
bee hold iin abylie, a they have been, leaving the penalty, limit the 'use teeth of the of thfreedom of the press.
SGA under lame duck leadership? insanity plea," reimburse crime Secrets Act could be fined up to BESIDES TE secrs portion
I victims expenses through higher $100,000 and sentenced to up to the bill appDES THE secrets portion,
THE BYLAWS should contain a provision allowing criminal fines, and create the 100000 an d sentenced to up to the bill appears to have at least
for the election of temporary officers to serve while an United States' first official secrets eve yrs prison. some merit, as well as some
election is belg emontted or durigrh Impeachm t or act--the portion of the bill that .- objectionable sections to civil
Ss Itrwould restrict freedom of the. The new law would prevent the libertarians.
recall proesedings. 'El would allow the SGA to press. publication of the kinds of Good points include the
comtnl e to functi effectively even during period of bloc-bsting news stories that supposed ability to take a tougher
erist. FEDERAL LAW now prohibits have been publicized lately, such line against organized crime,
persons from revealing "national as the Pentagon Papers, the campaign law offenders, and civil
Because these questions and others le them were defense" information to other- Indian-Pakistan papers, the My rights violators, especially in sex
everloked, te SGA ld itself not knowing where to persons. The law also prohibits Lai massacre, and even defense discrimination cases.
ht d, giving- out certain kinds of contractor cost overruns, as well
go, what to d, r w to g a It. "classified" infrmtion other as more mundane but important The bill must not be passed in
persons, suchis nuclear secrets.' information that the public should its present form, however.
And, Bedag themselves basically Impotent, they ae know. Even Attorney General Edward
harmng sti of hlpig the edIoational emmmua ty Along with these restrictions THE NEW LAW wduld inhibit Levi has called the bill "overkill, "
at UNF are sanctions against government editors and their news sources and says the bill will have to be
,* employees giving classified from printing and broadcasting reworked. Hopefully, the nation's
ALL EDITORIALS REPRESENT THE VIEWS OF THE HALYARD information to foreign govern- anything but innocuous, sani- first Official Secrets Act will be
EDITORIAL BOARD ments. tized, official government press omitted completely.



'Public interest' none of FCC's business .
By DOUG SHAVER Well, most newspapers are Constitution, the government felt impossible even to define, let..
delivered via public streets, and free, when they were invented, to alone safeguard through regu-
The law which established the those streets are publicly proceed to regulate them. lation.
Federal Communications Corn- controlled; but I know of no-one THE PROBLEM might have OF COURSE, defenders of ,
mission charged that body with who has offered this as grounds been averted had i otnot been broadcasting regulations say the
ensuring that all broadcasters, for establishing a commission to necessary to allocate frequencies. "public interest" clause means
among other things, serve "the ensure that newspapers serve the That function should have been the government must ensure that ug Skovui
public interest. public interest. the only one given to the FCC. television and radio programming
MOST PEOPLE seem to think IT IS PROBABLY just ante irrelevant. Besides the analogy of
it was a good idea to include that accident of history that broad- HOWEVER, 'CONGRESS evi- musbeose bee f to the irrelevant. Besides the analogy of
tdn no oy tebm dently decided that, as long as the newspapers and public streets,
that broadcasters transmit their presumptive freedom as that government Was going to should maximize that benefit government should regulate an
material through "the airwaves" given to the print media. I would supervise broadcasting, then it through whatever number of indust only to the extent needed
(whatever they are), and that the like to think that, if television and might as well be thorough about regulations will achieve that end. o
airwaves are public property and radio had existed when the Bill of it. Besides, who could argue with regulations will achieve that end. to protect the rights of its
therefore subject to public Rights was written, they would protecting the "public interest"? Why? What business is it of the consumers.
therere subject to public ha'w incd ey ito government's whether commer- The only consumer right
modes of expression protected by Anyone who realizes how cially-supported TV or radio involved in broadcasting is the
Naturally, public control should the First Amendment. nebulous that interest is, that's programs do anyone any good? patron's right to watch or listen to
be exercised in the public As it is, since neither was who. Where mass media are THE AlRGUiENT about anything--or nothing--of what he
interest. mentioned explicitly in the concerned, the public interest is "public airwaves" is just is offered.





.. ........ July 30, 1975 THE HALYARD Page 5


Representative government's demise seen


malediction, and defamation are believe in majority rule. This is allegations (including my own if
EDITOR: useful tools to prove one's point. not only an apparent trend on a-; necessary). (3) Since the civil
national level, it is being proven liberties of -some people have'
It is with deepest regret and I cannot believe that .the within the SGA right now! been violated-by open public
almost unbearable sadness that I administration of this fine slander (that is provable),
note the demise of representative institution is made up of partially My charges of personal appropriate civil suits should be
government on this campus. It is sighted incompetent fools, the slander, malediction, and de- filed by the injured parties.
now totally obvious that I (and Peter Principle notwithstanding. famation are borne out by the
approximately 570 other stu- This only leaves me one approval. As far as the ethical SGA meetings so far. Tape (4.) If the Harrison party is
dents) have been extremely conclusion: The Harrison faction question is concerned, please recording ofthese happenings are seated, and campaign violations
gullible in that we believed our have the administration on their cnsiderthe following: (1)Several readily available to any who want occurred, then the person
votes were meaningful. side. of the- Ely-Walker-White posters to hear. responsible for those violations
disappeared after being posted; should be prosecuted for fraud (a
The current situation within the This makes them (temporarily I and (2) Burt Jordan (V.P. If there are any doubts about felony) because the office
SGA is very typical of all that is hope) the most powerful, and the candidate on the Harrison ticket) the propriety of the Ely-Walker- involves state monies obtained
sick and degnerate with our mandate of the students who said "The wind must have blown White campaign, they should be under false pretense. (5) The
modern political systems in the voted the weakest of the parties them down". investigated after they have taken SGA should set up a Uniform
United States of America today, involved. The students have been office. Campaign Practices Act, com-
This election had no more ripped off! If this is true, did the wind also plete with mechanisms for
meaning nor was it any more fold them neatly and place them They were elected. This enforcement, prior to the next
representative of the "will of the I have personally seen several beneath a stack .of HALYARD investigation should not be done election.
people" than any held in Laos, serious breaches of not only newspapers? I think not. by a kangaroo court illegal
Viet Nam, or Poland. formal campaign rules, but also convened before anyone has At this point, I feel that an
personal ethics by the Harrison There is an old folk saying that taken office! appropriate analogy could be
The actions of the Harrison party. The campaign rules "The squeaky wheel gets the drawn between the current SGA
faction demonstrate the truth that explicitly stated the limits for grease", implying that if a In conclusion, I would ike to activities and a group of sexually
most grease", implying that if a activities and a group of sexually
"the Watergate syndrome" is poster tizes and further stated minority makes enough noise, it make several recommendations deviant monkeys trying to rape a
indeed pandemic. It has eve that all posters had to be will receive all of the attention. for the solution of a situation that football! I am ashamed of voting
come to the UNF campus- approved by, and bear the stamp Unfortunately, this seems to be should never have ccurred:.(1) for such a grtup, as they certainly
of, the Student Affairs Office. I true on a universal level today. Seat the Ely-Walker-White group; do not represent me in any way
There seem to be several never saw the Student Affairs they were elected. shape or formal
factors (or perhaps "principles") stamp on one of the Harrison Only the most naive of- (2) Form an investigative
at work here. They are: (1) might posters (several of which were misguided optimists can still committee to investigate all PAUL G. SEYMOUR
makes right; that (2) you can oversized).
ignore the rules as long as you "
can get away with it; that (3) the I never saw an Ely-Walker- l t inW h
. squeaky wheel gets the- most White poster that was oversize or Rl I u II I
grease; and (4) personal slander, that did not have the stamp of
su eBy ROBERT T. THOMASON
Student says section 7

e "Everything Is de.igd to get yoMng people marntde"
violated SGA b
Before moving to Jacksonville makes it extremely difficult for
E D last summer, one of my former persons of different sexes to
EDITOR: 3. Some representatives also colleagues, a man in his forties,- relate to one another simply as
C. :,,b- :P lit'Ple ttt'ok our secretary and a human beings.
l SA e on .of votes cast fo representative. student assistant, both attractive
because: 4 Elections supervisor, Mr. young women of about twenty, to BEFORE MARRIAGE, the'
SThBill Medlin, has not yet given a lunch at a restaurant in code is very explicit. Girls should
1. The election was not held on satisfactory and complete elect- Underground Atlanta. not call boys. The acceptable way !
Tuesday, W n ay and Thurs- ions report to a SGA meeting, to get to know a person of the
day till 10:30 p.m. as voted by listing total ballots cast for each To my surprise and conster. opposite sex is by dating :--
majority of SGA of UNF. office and the number of votes nation, I could not fully enjoy the courting, we used to call it,
required to be cast to receive a occasion for thinking about how meaning "engaging in social
2. Seven senators have not yet majority votes as required by others might view our foursome activities leading to engagement
received a majority of the 485 ""by
received a majority of the Roberts Rules of Order revised, two "dirty old men," both and marriage."
votes cast for senator as is The report only says, "Total markedly married, out with two Boys must take the initiative,
required by Roberts Rules of Boys must take the initiative,
ballots cast: 485," so a majority pretty, single, young women.,-
Order revised. Only one senator ot so a ma ty pretty sgle young women and they must pay the expenses. l
received a majority vote of 243. vote would be 243.Girls must sit around and wat for
There should be a runoff for Yous a grter un y, BELIEVING THAT "good the telephone to ring. Such a
seven seats with 10 names on ours gr university, fences make good neighbors," we system allows little room for the result that this is
ballot. LOWELL LORBEER have structured the relationships development of genuine human The what doesh i
between the sexes so that relationships between boys and precisely what does happen,
meaningful friendships between girls. c clandestinely, with many hus-
S* men and women are virtually a
y* young people married. walls and miss knowing all the
Why have we done so? Perhaps beautiful people who might
it is because we are afraid of our enrich our lives if only they were
EDITOR: guided activities not provided by own sexuality, or in order to AFTER MARRIAGE, the code not of the opposite sex.
ordinary baby sitters. In addition, maintian rigid role definitions is even more explicit. Men and Perhaps the current changes
Because of the controversy over she feels that she, too, is sharing about which we feel less than women are just not supposed to occurring in our society in
the cost of the Day Care Centgr I my school experience withlnme, secure, or even perhaps to protect have anything but superficial- male-female relationships, some
would like.to share my personal replacing the resentment she felt the illusion of male superiority. friendships with anyone of the humanizing and. some des-
experience and opinions based at my having to leave her home opposite sex other than their tructive, are signs of the
upon my use of the facility for my while I went off to classes, Whatever the reasons, we have spouses. They do so only at the "something within us that
five-year-oid daughter. created an unwritten code for risk of being branded "unfaith- doesn't love a wall," seeking to
After six quarters at UNF, The staff is warm, friendly, male-female relationships that full." find expression.
during which time I had to employ caring and qualified -- quite a
a sitter land pay for the bargain for 75 cents an hour I e
transportation time as well as hope others will consider these -
class time), at 75 cents an hour, I advantages (admittedly favoring
find the center at least- as the single child since the cost is .
economical, if not more, -than minimum for me) .and support
hiring a sitter on my own. this excellent facility. I V kT
ore important, my daughter ANNTERRY ELLICOTT
is provided with facilities and. A.NN-ERY EUCOT A
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It's easy to become lazy on a -But; if it's a little too warm
warm summer day in Florida,*and outside for someone they might
many people on the UNF campus just be found sitting in the library
take advantage of that tendency. gettingn some cithure" or
maybe even sleeping in one of the
Unfortunately, not everyone l,,:ounges.. ::
who is involved with the UNF
campus can afford to take Occasionally someone is even
advantage of the warm sunshine found working in the library and
and cool ocean breeze. sorrow must be felt for these
or; the eo- unfortunate individuals Who have
Sor the people working for otye e struck with summer
Physical Facilities the days' may yfever-b .
be long and hard as they are kept
busy with projects which will help When someone doesn't feel
make the university -look a little like working, and they don't feel
nicer. like sitting down doing nothing,
then' they-:: might, be found
They' do, however, get their -spending some time- in the
chance- to sid down at the Student Activities game room.
Boathouse or the UNF cafeteria
and.relax. It seems that most people just
don't like to have themselves
They're not the only ones who caught being lazy.
take advantage of the chance to
sit in the sun or shade and watch So, if you recognize yourself in
the rest -of the world go by for a any of the "lazy":photos on these
few minutes before rejoining the two pages -- well, all we can say is
rat race. "You've been caught."

Students or professors can -
almost certainly be found
sometime during the day at one of
these locations.

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Pajama Tops': humorous, tasteful sex


lBy MARGARET FLETCHER husband with a sexy mistress, Johnson and Knight both
and DOUG SHAVER who, unaware that he is married, turned out, adequate perform-
unexpectedly arrives at his home ances which were marred by an
iW you enjoy light sexual- planning to take up housekeep- apparent disinterest in develop-
comedy done in reasonably good ing. ing their characters. The,
taste, "Pajama Tops" may In this version,, the wife supporting cast, as a whole,
provide a good evening's (Beverly Johnson) is under the displayed rather ordinary talent.
entertainment. assumption that her visitor (June The one exception to this was
Director William Browder Wilkinson) is the wife of one of Browder's portrayal of a
managed to- rescue a very her husband's business associ- fastidious misogynist who agrees
ordinary script by Mawby Green ates. The husband (Ronald only wander severe duress to play
and Ed Feilbert by upgrading the Knight) persuades an old friend husband foir one night. He
nonsexual elements of the (Browder to pose as the business combined; a credible character-
comedy..: associate, and from that point the ization with a finely-tuned rapport
BROWDER'S TALENTS were story follows the ensuing with his audience.: .
evident not only in his directing entanglements.
abilities, but also in his stage ALTHOUGH WILKINSON was : There are no heavy messages
performance, which was by far blatantly typecast, she did turn, in this play, but if multiple
the best-turned- out by an out an amusingly sensual' triangles and light sexual humor
otherwise mediocre cast. performance, which left one appeal to you, William Browder's
The story is one more variation wondering what her capabilities performance makes this show evmly Jehum star th play "PqJmma Tepe" new playlag at
on, the plot of the middle-aged as a genuine actress might be. worth seeing. the Alhambra dinner theater.



New movie doe, wel with ordinary plot

By DOUG SHAVER both of them, the arrangement is" -'Vaccaro) both leads and pushes
a suitable one. her into her first sexual
"Once Is Not Enough" is a experience. Later, she is
movie with a fairly ordinary January has just returned from convincingly compassionate as
theme, developed extraordinarily three years spent in a Swiss she helps Jansen enjoy the first
well. hospital as a result of a such experience of which he has
motorcycle accident. She is been capable in several years.
Advertised as "Jacqueline nineteen, beautiful, a little naive
Susann's -bold best 'seller that but brgt --enough *to ihandle Jansen himself proves that he
explored all the avenues and herself quite well. really can act when given the type
darkest alleys of love among the r provided bt h t
international set," it is in fact AT LEAST, shethinks s, and of opportunity not provided by a
-nothing more -- and nothing less falls in love with 'a middle-aged television series.
-- than a tasteful, sensitive and hardboiled ,bestselling author
poignant love story. with a super macho publicimae,. GUY GREEN'S directing made-
He and her father hate each the movie realistic enough
TANK T ;Hpillywood's other. :without making its sexuality so
ego-catering star -system, Kirk earthily explicit as to distract the
Douglas and Alexis Smith get top The plot complications ase viewer from the storyline. Its R
billing in all the publicity, from the father's antagonism to rating was presumably earned by
although their roles are quite the liaison and its effect op the its language and one homosexual
secondary ini the story. The real financial arrangements between scene.
star is a- newcomer called him and his wife.
Deborah Raffin. Henry Mancini's score was
Miss Raffin underplays her role pleasant, when noticed, but
She plays l a girl named in such a way that one is not sure always unobtrusive.
January, daughter of a has-been whether it is due to inexperience
movie director and would-be or deliberate underacting. In I have not read anything
writer, played by Douglas. Early either case, the result is written by, Jacqueline Susann,
in the movie, he marries the excellent. and have been in no hurry to do
"fifth richest woman in the so. This is the kind -of movie,
world" to save himself from SHE EXHIBITS a pleasing though, that makes one want to
bankruptcy. They both know it, combination of timidity and poise read the book on which it was-
but for reasons satisfactory to as an amoral friend (Brenda based. Deb" Si R tmn s Khk Dogl dranghter ha the movie "Ocee
Is Not Enough."



'Rollerball' stuns the imagination

By DREW BRUNSON war. All they ask in return for Yet, Jonathan E. has survived 10
and TRINA WHARTON their "benevolent" actions is years of this vicious game and has
total obedience where corporate become a star. Greater than the
ROLLERBALL will leave you decisions are concerned, game itself.
stunned, It is one of the most Why then, when they decide THIS IS WHAT-- the cor-
intellectually frightening films that Jonathan E. should resign, potrations fear, because if one
that Hollywood has produced yet. does he refuse?. person like Jonathan proves that
SThe corporation that owns the the individual is stronger than the
Produced by Norman Jewison, Houston team have provided him group then his lifestyle will be
ROLLERBALL takes the old with all the physical comforts that imitated and the corporations will
theme of the individual versus he might ever need. They provide fall under the onslaught of
collective society and turns it into him with a home, bonuses and individuals. He has become a
one of the freshest, most beautiful women. threat.
controversial topics of today. But, why do the corporations So, the corporations try to get
And though James Caa; who want him to resign? rid of Jonathan through the game
portrays the character of HE HAS provided them with 10 that he loves so much. He cannot
Jonathan E., finds himself years of star playing in Rollerball be allowed to succeed.
involved in plenty of violent and he obviously loves the game The game itself is a
action, he proves he can act as and the people love him. combination of football, and roller
well as beat people up a la derby with a little street fighting
GODFATHER. That's why he is dangerous. I and' karate thrown in for good
Jonathan E. is the star of the business ahead of community and measure.
Houston Rollerball team, and that community ahead of the indi If you're non-violent, don't be
is a contradiction in terms. As vidual, there is no room for the afraid to go, however. Although
John Houseman, who plays hero, the star. the game is the central part of the
Bartholomew, head of the Energy film it basically serves as a
Corporation and chief bad guy The game- of Rollerball is a background from which t9 discuss
says, "No player is greater than representation of that society, its a possible future government.
,the game itself." purpose is to constantly remind
THIS IS A very crucial concept the. public that the group is And, it may not be as fictual as
of the .film. The world is stronger than the individual. it first appears. After all, the third
most influential power in the
Beada Vaceaer and Kirk douglas in a scene from Jacqueline controlled by seven large The game is vicious, and the world today is a corporation.
Susan's "Once Is Not Enough" corporations. They have done average playing career is from a
away with poverty, hunger, atel half a vear to one and a half years. GO SEE ROLLERBALL.





July 30, 1975 THE HALYARD Page 9



Budget's biggest problem: no cost-of-living raises
By FRANK E. STANFIELD further though, buildings would. Increased student fees contri-
The biggest pt his ve to be shut down -- an buted $7.5 million to the budget.
The biggest problem wi this unacceptable solution in admini.
year's budget is the lack of cost of strators' minds. York hasgone on record as
living increases, says UNF india ite at the l
President Dr. Thomas Carpenter The lump sum budget being disappointed at the lack af
In a recent interview, Carpen. allocation is "the first step" in salary increases for this fiscal
ter told there "Halyard" that the right direction, says Carpen- year.
despite the legislature allocating ter. Some flexibility may be UNF was allocated approxi-
a lump sum budget, there is still exercised in the areas of Other lately $9.1 million, five per cent
not much flexibility in dealing Personnel Services (OPS) for more than flst year. The increase
with the budget at the university example, the fund that pays comes afm incre d stunt
level. myriad of expenses. : ees. fom incased student
ACCORDING TO- Carpenter, THE LEGISLATURE allocated The increase will go toward this being glysei the money that has DESPITE THE "hold your
approximately 70 per cent of the S364.7 million in operating funds year's department expense in- .been ,appropriated to the breath" position that Carpenter is
budget is in salaries, and because to the university system -- $21 creases; but because of inflation, university, admittedly taking, he is still
the university is growing at a million higher than the Gover- it will actually be a decrease in somewhat optimistic
rapidrate no personnel cutbacs nor's recommendation, the ..budget, aCcording To ert a buidig "I don't think this depression
are being considered. Carpenter. resierer of unused- Operating wldl't m in rt he said.
Another large chunk of the Carpenter. Capital Outlay expense money will get much worse," he said. "I
budget are utilities expenses. In a recent report to the Board "EVERYONE IS going to have (OCO) from last year (approxi- think it's bottomed.
According to Carpenter, the of Regents, University Chancellor to be more efficient," said matley $200,000) by buying only Carpenter feels that, by then,
university has been able to cut Dr. E.T. York reported that the Carpenter. Because state.reven- the most essential equipment and more should be known about
back a great deal recently. In allocation came in spite of the fact ues are still below par, Carpenter supplies that are necessary until winter enrollment, sat. revenues
order to reduce consumption any that -state revenues were down. talks about the possibility of not after Christmas a, ad other econopc iudca rs.


UNF awarded transportation grant

UNF has been awarded a of .management and labor Course credit through inde-
$65,000 contract grant from the relations, and Eatle C. Traynham -pendent study projects may also.
U.S. Department of Transporta- Jr., assistant professor of labor be earned by participating
tion's Office of University economics. students.
Research to study unions,
management rights and the Smith indicated that the study JENNINGS SAID that, by
public interest in mass transit. is already well inder way, with providing a better understanding
research questionnaires being of union-management relations,
ONE OF 26 awards from 232 prepared, contract information this research will assist in
submissions, the UNF grant calls being collected, and union and reaching settlements without 'B I lI
for a nine-state area study of management officials being interruptions of service, and
collective bargaining practices for. contacted throughout the south- provide economically realistic operations, and consideration of- .In some citiitheoqotrsit
employees in mass transit eastern United States. settlements for management and union behavior and objectives. per hant in cresed moe than 100de.
operations in both the private and the public. per cent the pst decade.
public, sectors. He also said the program will He added that the study will FEDERAL -OFFCIALS cited Traynham said labor accounts
Dr. Jay A. Smith, Jr., UNF proride.-student assistantshps, focus on the role of organized suffering transit stm
associate professor-of transpor- and that studentst. i.td laW; r -ad decision.qaki J -
tation and logistics, wi direct the working on the project are invited management and public authori- steadily increasing costs transit strikes in a -year period,
project, asisted by Drs. Kenneth te o his office to discuss ties relating to fares mergers, operations as incat the were the major factors leading to






Urnups devise logical syste
b y dMIKE JALONE identified, executed and control- According to McAshan, the. and to better prepare theaqlyes state. "FSU and Florida both
led efficiently. students., all" are graduate to administer schools as nianage- have .systems programs too,"
Ifyou consider yourself among students, are divided into group ment, systems, according to said McAshan, "but UNF places
the individuals who have become There is a growing need to of usually five and must devise McAshan. ,more emphasis on the total
increasingly discouraged with the establish accountability for in- their systems in such a way that program, perhaps because the
"system," why not do what structional programs in order to. the system can be easily He feels .that UNF's system student-teacher' ratio is lower
students of the- Department of determine what.. a teacher or explained. program is as good sany in the here"
Educainal Admiistration and administrator should be held
Supervision do? accouhtable for and to what TI ON AISE bet- Ta s eco

use the systems approach to bring construct the most logical model
THE SYSTEM is :called this about,, he says. in terms of understanding' and rrill. Rd

Ol~~anderlexlnai onand Mhf od &ave %0 nd s esies b e stes l o
Systems Analysis. According to. explanation," he said. Rd
Dr. Hildreth McAshati, depart- Although presentation of sys- 1 4 -
ment chairman, it is 4 process for tems analysis management prob- By developing their own n .
analyzing -and presenting a lems in the form of constructed systems and accountability pro- 1
problem in a logical manner so projects isnot required by Dr. grams, students are able to
that whatever needs to be done to McAshan of his students, most of contribute to the accomplish-
solve the problem can be them do construct models, ments of the a-tivities required


Meetings update development plan Regulary 6.98

A series of meetings to update being the seventh university trends, the financial situation, the ForJu t 479
the university system's compre- visited. changing job market, new
hensive development plan are academic programs and suggest-
being conducted by Dr. Joe Stafford stated at the outset of ions for the possible curtailment en -9 M 9-9 Sat., 12-8Sun.
Stafford, special assistant to the meetings that York wanted of elimination of programs.
Chancellor E.T. York, and Dr. Joe input from the grassroots level at
Olander, special assistant to each university. Stafford asked that anyone with
Commissioner of Education Ralph the July input on the role and scope of the '
Turlington. According to universities write to him care of B Td
Florida Times-Union, Stafford the Board of Regents office.
The plan, which has been said, "We want the universities b e Pp le W eK Alasi
called a "Blueprint for the to tell us what we haven't been "__ _" P op Wh :, Knw_?i
Future", is being developed hearing." Ti Ibl deme was'
during meetings with fcuty, m ted at ta d Save on th c he yB y
staff and administrators of the Stafford added, "We want to cost oflle per copy to hbnforma
nine state universities, get all the input possible from students, faculty, career
faculty, students and staff." service, mad dnmulstratlv. Couple Line Of POt t
Olander and Stafford have Role and scope studies will be a*dritles a setting Stva r. a
already visited six of the state taken into consideration and will Ml a ecnt
universities, with Florida State consist of future enrollment ..t ..em .. ..









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New time block schedule: classes five days a week

A new time block schedule will suffix lettered and numbered
be effective beginning with the time blocks (an addition of a F 4 TUES AY WEDNESDAY THURSAY FRIDY SATURDAY
fall quarter, 1975. number or letter to the existing A A A A AI A Al Al Z
According to Director of letter) represent the major
Registration Marcus Casbeer, the change.
new class times were issued to The flexibility of the new class A2 A2 A A2
convey to students a clearer times are to accommodate lab and .' BLK TIMs
understanding of class times that education classes, among others, A 70 8
have been confusing to some that had been meeting at times P B P P1 Al 7:30 -8:00 am
under the old schedule. that were not official. A2 8:00 8:50 am
? h -c Another change is that, for the 9:00- 10:20 as
The non-suffixed letters (one first time, class meetings will be c 10:30- 11:50 am
letter only, A thru Z) correspond offered 5 days a, week, says D 12:00- 1:20 p
to the old numbering system. The Casbeer. E 1:30 3:35 pm
: P2 P2 El 1:30 2:45 pm
C .' C E2 2:45 3:35 pm
c C C F 3:45 5:50 pm,
UFF alleges tenure quotas 2 4:35 5:50 p
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(Continued from p, 1) percentage of faculty members G 6:00 8:05 pm
STEVENS SAYS the tenure tenured by rank within each G1 6:00 7:15 pm
a .G2 7:15 8:05 pm
quota system isillegal because it nominee's college and depart-- D D D H 8:15 10:20 pm
does not conform to the ment has been determined and H- 8:15 9:05 pm
procedures outlined in the each nomination is endorsed Q2 Q2 H2 9:05 10:20 pm
Administrative Procedures Act,. following consideration of this P 9:00 11:05 am
and warned the regents that information." P1 9:00 10:15 am
litigation would follow if the quota DELJE SAYS he is concerned _Q 1:15am-l:20 pm
system is not rescinded, with the use of the word E El. R l E El R R1 V 1 115- 12:05 pm
S. El R1 V 11:5-2:05pm
Regent member Chester Fer- "percentage," adding that cur- Q2 12:05- 1:20 pm
guson denied the allegation, rently the BOR is requiring that R 1:30 3:35 pm
stating that the only action the every nominee for tenure from a 2E2 R2 v2 2:45- 3:35 pm
regents were taking was to university be accompanied with a s 3R:45 5:50 pm
confirm the granting of tenure of statement of the percentage of s 3:45 4:35 pm
those members recommended. people tenured in the department S2 4:35 5:50 pm
DR. STEVEN DELUE, Univer- and in the college from which the F FI S F Fl S i w W1 ST 4:35 8:05 pm
sity of North Florida UFF individual is being nominated. T 6:00 8:05 pm
..ty F U". T1 6:00 7:15 pm
president, believes that the DeLue predicts that, by the end -- 2 2 "" 2 "" 2 "" 2 T2 7:15 8:05 pm
regents are. working toward a of the year, the BOR will FG SST S ST W U 8:15- 10:20 pm
tenure quota. designate the acceptable percen- u 8:15 9:05 pm
In a proposed UNF Faculty tage of tenured faculty members. -- U2 9:05 10:20 pm
Association resolution, DeLue Key BOR personnel policy G : T1 TI G G1 T T1 X :x V 1:30 : 335 pm
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Shamp.Stying. Bow-wae o New play represents 'search for identity'
SUN I A newly-formed local theater judged for its handling of
group has written and, produced sub-cultures.
an original full-length musical The script was written by
drama to be presented next Andrew Arnold, who also directs
month at the Little Theatre of the play. Music was written by
.D Jacksonville's Civic Auditorium. Yvonne Cummings, James Stur-
SThe drama, entitled "Twelve," divant, Verdon Simpkins and
Sis. publicized as representing a Arnold.
search "for an American. The cast are: Sheila Setley;
$1 f identity." The story deals with' Marlon Hecht; Verdon Simpkins;
the country's past and future, William Abbott; Michael Piontek;
strenghts and weaknesses, and Rebecca Halpern; French E.G.;.
the individual's role in his Tika (Sasha) Gulick; Yvonne
society. Cummings; John Schmidt; David
L ":.Scenes. include historical Sanford; and Andrew Arnold.
: sketches from the country's past The play will be shown at 8:00
and an allegorical trial in which. p.m., August 7, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22
vAi % contemporary society is being and 23.




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Page 10 THE HALYARD July 30, 1975



UNF softball team wins 'B' league championship

By MIKE MALONE The title puts them into a best to chalk up a 19-4 season won-loss well under pressure was one and confidence and strong desire
two of three game series with PCS record. A well-trained and important asset we had going for to win, the team could not have
UNF's softball team, sweeping for the overall league champion- experienced pitching staff of us all year. played as well together as they
to victory in its first nine of 10 ship. Mike Pope and Ernie Wild did. We are a winner because of
games during the season's contributed to a well-rounded that," he concluded.
,second half, handily nabbed the Behind the consistent bats of offense.
men's City "B" League last Ronny Allen, who led the team in "When we had to have a
week, becoming the first team to average with an impressive .536, UNF player-coach Mike Pope do-or-die game, someone always As an added result of winning
clinch a championship in the Lance Taylor, .531, and Danny sums up the success of the team came through," he added. the season's second half of play in
Jacksonville Recreation Depart- Mack with a .520, UNF was able by saying, "The ability to play "Without each's player's spirit their league, UNF will auto-
ment Adult Softball League. matically be invited to compete in
the Metro-Jacksonville Men's
After dropping first place to Open Slow Pitch Tournament,
Precipitation Control Systems which begins Aug. 4 at Drew
(PCS) at the season's midpoint, Park. The winner of this
UNF gained its revenge by tournament will go to the state
sweeping two games from PCS.



























SGolf tournament starts Aig


August 5 and some of the biggest both men and women, which may be obtained in Student
names around will be competing begins August 16. Sign up timf Activities/Intramural office Bldg.
for top winnings in the event, for tennis is Aug. 4-15. 10, crn. 1206. And awards will be
presented for all activities.
That's right! The biggest,
S names around campus will be Other intramural events
vying for awards for top finishes scheduled for this summer
as UNF hosts its own putting include- table tennis, in progress Il4 ,
championship, sponsored by the now; six-man volleyball; Basket-
Intramural program. "Putt off' ball Free Throw Tournament- and
e will be at the UNF putting green, a Cross-Country Run, with both PREM, .0*
Located near the Student over 30 and under 30 age out"




Activities Schedule iRE 88E
ar.ul 8 A g SIGN-UP DATE TOURNAMENT DATEa AwBn t .i
Putting Tolfuament July 28- August 1 August 55 lT a
The UNF Open Golf Tour- If tennis is your game, sign up Ales Intramural tournament











Tnaent is scheduled to begin for the Tennis Tornamentst 4 nfoatio, schedules and rules


bdte* m, ,e -b 377-1420 a
names arountryd will be competing begin s Augus t 16. Sign up t office Bdg.19
a: 30 years and undernt frall a ties.
Ph ech [p ed aee reetly aat'sght what the ALYARD b: over 30 years biggest
beeves may e th ~~rget es [also ptred ovel to have been wacampus will be Other intramural events. T e












ay hs cught, er w of e who has yng for awards for top finishes scheduled for ght, a lthiser summer
fish e the UNF ...,, th HAYAD winclude-t be interested in progress
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