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Lassiter: Budget 'far from adequate'

By DREW BRUNSON Currently faculty workloads said was "bad last year" and he "The university will be available this year to adjunct
have been increased by approxi- .expects it to be "worse this depending more on adjunct positions which will provide more
"If we don't get some relief by mately 22 percent. year". professors and overload compen- adjuncts than were previously
next year we are going to be Last year many areas of the Carpenter said the university station this year than in previous funded.
hurting," said UNF Vice-Presi- university community were not does not anticipate the need to cut years, said Lassiter. The 19 percent increase in
dent Roy Lassiter about this able to afford to duplicate academic programs, faculty He said that he has changed enrollment expected this year
year's university budget. materials for classes--a situation salaries or full time positions. the few new faculty positions could cause some areas of the
The b t t university to become over-
The budget, comparable to last crowded.
year's, is "far from adequate"
said Lassiter and the university, "If -we don't get designed to enable these
expecting a19 percent increase in overcrowded situations to be
enrollment is "going to be tight m overcrowded situations to be
on expense monies." relief
But, in an attempt to take next year we are According to Lassiter the
pressure off of the state general number one priority, when funds
revenues currently supporting the going to be hurt- become available, is an increase
State University System, recently X. in salaries with the number two
raised student fees by approxi- ing" Lassiter. priority being the lowering of
mately 14 percent. productivity requirements for
The Board of Regents has
lowered the amount of support He said that if budget cuts are
given to the universities, based ft CoI necessary adjuncts will be cut
on student headcount, by first although Carpenter stated
approximately 12 percent. that as faculty lines become
The end result is'to raise the vacant, they may not be refilled.
amount of support to UNF by .
about 52 percent. This, said Currently there are six faculty
UNF President Thomas Carpen- spots open and Carpenter says
ter, is not enough to offset the department chairmen have
inflation even though a freeze has '44e been given permission to fill
been in-effect on merit increases these vacancies if they are able
for the entire SUS. to.
Budget Officer Richard Hirte X These six professors and one
stated thatthe university will also department chairman have left
have fewer "real dollars" to the university within the last two
spend this year. or three months. Carpenter said
that he believed that they all left
Despite this prediction, ..Car- to accept. better positions
penter said, "I think we'll make elsewhere. He added that the
out alright. The real question is attrition rate at UNF has been
how long people can be expected extremely low since the founding
to carry extra loads." of the university.

Carpenter 'sells' UNF UNF could lose $75,250
By FRANK STANFIELD Other questions soon popped By STEPHEN W. HOLLAND architect, Taylor Hardwick,
up from all directions. What is the submitted for the auditorium
"Designed to be Different". enrollmhnent of the undergradu- As a result of cost overruns and were submitted to a third party
That was the sales pitch UNF ates, graduates and the number leaky pipe, the University of estimator to review and both
President Thomas Carpenter of students on financial aid? North Florida could lose as much architectural and estimator ap-
gave to Duval County state as 575,250. praisals indicated that the project
legislators here recently to sell UNF Vice-President Roy Lassi- was considerably over the
the lawmakers on the value of the ter told the group that enrollment- According to UNF President budget.
University of North Florida. is currently around 4,400 Thomas G. Carpenter, the
students, up almost double from working drawings that the
Lawmakers were treated to the initial class in 1972. "We went to the department of
coffee and shown a public Cstinued on Page 2 tan Photo bMike Malone general services who actually is
relations slide show called the outfit that contracts with the
"Designed to be Different", architect and told them we didn't
narrated by television newsman see any point in pursuing this as it
John Thomas, former UNF was designed and we could not
student and now a member of the see asking for the additional
Alumni Association. funds for that project when in our
opinion it shouldn't require it,"
After the slide show, Carpenter he said.
took the floor and asked
legislators not to "tar UNF with
state schools when those schools .i i asked that these funds be
report erroneous enrollment withdrawn from the project and
figures and other questionable be incorporated into activities
praticsfunds which raise that to
practices. apprximuate 53V/a million and
Carpenter then turned the floor give the project to another
over to questions. architect, however, Carpenter
said that this had not been done
Senator Dan Scarborough yet and for the past 3V2 months
asked if the university had ever the whole matter has been in the
utilized mass transit for students. Attorney General's office.
Carpenter told of the experiment
with Florida Junior College in
which a bus served both schools, Carpenter explained that the
but that by the end of the period, Attorney General must decide
the bus failed to draw any support whether or not to sue the
from the students. architect. Should the Attorney
General decide not to sue
When asked if county school Carpenter said UNF would be out
buses had ever been tried on a the cost of the design that UNF
different time table. Carpenter As Tom the Turtle strolls on the campus, others are busy doing the "hurry up and wait" which is has already paid the architect.
replied that this had not been familiar to anyone who has tried to register on a university campus. See more scenes of back to school Continued on Page 2
tried, life on pages 8 and 9.

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*1 Carpenter sells UNF

Continued from Page 1 and business administration.
Not all of the legislator's Lassiter was quick to point out
feedback to Carpenter were that the graduate programs were
c questions however, some mild career oriented and not research
criticism was leveled at Carpenter based.
for not lobbying fiard enough for
the university.
Despite the tough questions,
Representative Mary Singleton the atmoshpere remained convi-
said that Miami gets its lion share vial.
ot state monies because of its
lobbyists. Urging that the Duval Other legislators that were also
delegation should be realistic present included Rep. Tommy
SSingleton said, "We might as Hazouri, Rep. John Lewis, and
... well get a piece of the action." Mattox Hair. An official apology
was given for Rep. Carl Ogden
Representative Earl Dixon whose absence was described as
2 asked how the delegation could unavoidable.
best serve the university
Smoney-wise. Also present was Board of
Regents member and Jacksoii-
President Carpenter speaks with one of the guests at the meeting of the state legislators on the UNF The greatest problem of the ville business man JJ. Daniel,
campus. university system, said Carpen- and Dr. Tad Moseley, former
ter, was the lack of budget director of the UNF foundation.
year. It was Mosley who answered a
U N F m ay lose $ 5250 increases for the current fiscal FIt was Mosle who answered a
year .question by Lewis about the
Continued from Page 1 Carpenter said that there was no As the pipe is out of warranty, feasibility of a Jacksonville
Bill Minson, campus planner, immediate danger, but if allowed UNF will have to pay for the Representative Stephen Pajcic graduate medical school. Mosely
said that UNF paid $38,112 for -to continue it could hurt the project and according to Munson was also direct. In addition toreceive
work completed thus far on the foundation underneath the co- it will cost $37,138. -asking several questions about support, but that the University of
auditorium. lumn, als the university was the university, including which school. b
losing -energy expended in If UNF is not reimbursed, its colleges were turning out the
When asked about pipe being heating the water. The pipe being expenditures on the stalled most successful job candidates
laid between Building 3 and the installed is a bypass which they auditbrium construction, together and which ones. were not, also Carpenter told the lawmakers
corner of Bldg. 8, Carpenter said are trying to getin before we with the funds being spent on stated frankly that Florida Junior that UNF did not wish to
that there was -a leak that. need to heat the building,'' he pipe repair, will require a total of College made its needs known duplicate any of UF's programs,
developed in the hot water line said. $75,250 to be spent. more effectively than UNF. including a law school.
near the corner of Bldg. 8.
Several other questions were After the question and answer
also asked about the graduate session broke up, some members
programs, which include counsel- of the delegation remained on

SGA allocates a& s budget ing, education, food and health, campus for a tour of the facilities.
* youware mterkes#ed inW 0
The Student Government result of much debate and many proposed, budget will not be -
Association completed the alla-- hours of effort." adversely affected. C NSSTAMP
cation of the 00,000 Activities. STA
uiI ov h He iat vi5e1 Azed The itms which le added fare:
quarter break. that the document did not include () retirement, social security for
all of tl:e things which Ely's approved employees; $11,707 (2) COME A INTO
The funding available through- administration hoped to accomp- Intramural Director; $1,732 and C E A S A STORE
the A&S budget went to such lish, and did not accomplish all of (3) Skills Center Director
areas as _Theatrical andCultural the things- which the UNF $17.825. ARLINGTON 8TAMP r* COIN CO, .
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budget does not include all of the the proposed budget which he felt YOu University Bank
priorities of my administration should have been included. a n k
nor do I believe that it should. A
vigorous adversary relationship He stated that these items will
between administrative and be funded by. a transfer of
legislative bodies is always carryover funds so that the
conducive to sound govern-
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Campus Briefs Butler Blvd. may be toll
By FRANK STANFIELD Work is also underway at the is needed for final completion of
intersection of Phillips Highway design, work, more public
Chalk up another victim of the and Butler Boulevard to widen hearings are necessary and
Srviw available recession, this time a highway, J. the boulevard from a two lane to a right-of-way purchases must be
GRE review available Turner Butler Boulevard. four lane road with access to 1-95. made before the work can
A comprehensive review of the Graduate Record Exam was Since -early 1974, the con-
scheduled to begin on September 30. The 11 week class.may be struction of the new roadway has PROPOSALS TO extend the
signed up for in the Academic Enrichment and Skills Center. The been stalled at the St. Johns Bluff roadway west to San Jose
math review was scheduled to be held on Tuesday at 1:30-3:30 and exit near theUniversity Norh Boulevard have met with stiff THE LIMITED access highway,
6:00-8:00. The verbal review will begin tomorrow at the same times Florida. It will eventually stretch opposition from citizens' groups will have a high level bridge over
as the math review. all the way to AIA near Ponte who fear that the expressway the Intercoastal Waterway, and
Vedra. could disrupt or destroy the new connecting routes are
Art exhibits in library ra. character of neighborhoods in the already being considered, includ-
THE JACKSONVILLE Trans- area. ing Huffman. Boulevard and St.
portation Authority is hopeful Augustine Boulevard.
That construction will resume late
Student art ranging from the realistic to the contemporary is on in 197 or early 1977, but the Despite the fact that the
exhibit in the library through October 3. Photography, silkscreen, boulevard may have to be turned completion of Butler is high on For the time being, however, it
painting, drawing and ceramics are on display and six large into a toll road to do it, with a the JTA's list of priorities, it will is almost as if the modern
unstretched canvas paintings by Phil Moore are featured. proposed toll gate near SanPablo be some time before final details' highway was built solely as an
Research course offered Road to help defray the 30 million can be completed. access road to UNF's back door,
dollar cost of completing the final and it may stay that way until the
seven mile stretch of road. According to JTA'spokesman 1979 completion target date rolls
Charles Baldwin, a year or more around.
Are you interested in learning to use the library and in knowing The Florida Department of
research methods which would enable you to write a better paper? If Transportation is currently assist-
so contact Erma Daise in the Periodicals collection section of the ing the JTA by building a
library. three-quarter .mile interchange
that will link Interstate 95 and
UNF choir reestablished Butler Boulevard.

Bargaing question
The UNF choir, under the direction of Dr. Merril Palmner, extends
an open invitation to all faculty, staff and students interested in to be settled soon
singing. The choir will be preparing for a November 30 concert at
St. Pauls-By-The Sea Episcopal Church. The concert will feature
Haydn's St. Nicolai Mass; other selections are yetto be determined. THE CURRENT confrontation
Rehersals wil be 12 noon to 1:20 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and. between the Board of Regents
Friday. Interested singers are requested to contact Dr. Palmer in and the United Faculty of Florida

A course designed to help property and casualty insurance the UNF chapter of UFF.
executives and agents prepare for the first part of the National According to the UFF magazine Construction continues on J TurnerButler Boulevard with a toll
Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter examination will be "United Action" of September, Construction continues on J. Turner Butler Boulevard with a toll
offered on the UNF campus this fall, said Dr. Richard Kip, chairman 1975, the question tobe answered booth an immenent possibility.
of the department of finance, insurance and real estate. is whether there will be collective
bargaining between the BOR
The course is scheduled to begin on September 24 and will be and the faculty within the SUS

Police Dept. secretary commended The stipulations reached-
August 20 by the BOR, UFF and
AAUP, according to the same
Betsy Webb, secretary in the campus police department, was article, resolve most of the issues
chosen by radio station WQIK as secretary of the Day last August as to who will be represented by
27. the collective bargaining unit.
Students8 needed for LAC are whether graduate students
Students needed for LAC working in faculty positions will
be incorporated into the collective
Three students are needed to participate in LibryAdvry bargaining unit and the question
Committee meetings. Meetings will be held at least three times a of representation of faculty and
year and any interested students should contact Andrew Farkas, professional personnel in the
director of libraries, various-Engineering, Law, Medi-
cal and Agricultural schools
Financial aid due Oct. 3 throughout the SUS.
Student Financial Aid checks will be distributed October 13 Thee re ning queti
have -been sent to the Florida co mendd & "
through October 16 according to Michael Andreu, university Publ E Relations
controller. The cashier area will be open until 8:30 p.m. during that Public Emloyees ille atis
Commission who will make the' 6026 errill Rd. &
time period. final decision as to who will be 60M erril d
included under collective bargain-
Women start off new year ibying. 164 Blanding Blvd.
When asked, Dr. DeLue felt
confidentif the election is held
The University Women's Club began its year with a salad buffet UFF would vin. His major
open house on the morning of September 18 followed that evening concern was the "no roate"
with a cocktail party. w campaign that he foresees being AllNew Releases
Current and prospective members were invited to become waged. What it will involve and e e
quainted wit the club and suggest newdirections for the coming what resources will be atits R 98
year. disposal remains to be seen. Ba y d
Coffee house scheduled Fr Just n4.79

Arlingtn Expessway, will present live music by local folk singers, ria senators bein
has done away with the letter
On October 10, at 7:30 p.m.,ect the church will have aprogr am grade of F ."
featuring speakers from the Women's nitapi Crisis Center who will Under FiU's revamped system Budget Tapes & ecrds
speak on common misconceptions about rape, and what to do if yqiu a studentt can earn A*B*C*D*
are raped. and NC,.. which- stands for nowhere P leWho no Msi
credit. A spokesperson for FIU's. Who w u
g b student newspaper "Good
Nat Scieees gets boat Times," said no credit is also S ve on the Music They Buy
used for incomplete.
The Department of Natural Sciences has purchased a 16 foot The concept of giving no F's is n ef Head Products
Boston Whaler through the Sea Grant program. The boat will be not new at FU, the concept of Line of Head Products
used in the localSea Grant program, headed by Dr. Carole DeMort, .numerical designators behind-
in the study of the biologically productive zones in the St. Johns NC, plus the addition of the letter
River to determine how those zones affect the river food chain, grade D is.

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As oc. Prof. WJ. Re"._EdCldior nd e neril Mmwag
Adjunct Prof. 81 Skutt.....Executive Editor
_______________UST WAIT!I
Dtew Brunon._..Managlng Editor

SGA paranoid? R.s. [

The conduct of a certain faction of students
during recent SGA budget meetings suggests
that the student government is going to be more
influenced by a paranoid attitude toward the
university administration than by the kind of
mature reasoning one should expect.
The budget had been scrutinized by two
committees: one composed entirely of students,
the other of a majority of students. On several
occasions, though, a majority of the association 9
acted as if certain allocation requests had been
created overnight by the administration in an
Attempt to "rip off" the student body.'
MANY STUDENTS, with little or no expertise Gun control refueled?
in budge: preparation, presumed themselves to By DOUGSHAVER guns to perpetrate their crimes law officers, there would be far'
..A .^ will get them somehow, fewer .crimes of passion committ-
be instant experts and seemed to vote against he controversy over gun ed with them of simply because
certain items, not because the items were -ontrol gets refueled every time a But, in the gun contrdebate, most law-abiding people would
unjustified, but only in a juvenile effort to assert prominent American -- especially such arguments are beside the not have them. Some would still
their right to vteagainst them. f he is a politician is shot at. point. If the purpose of firearm get them on the black market; but
their ight to vote against The argument is becoming even legislation is to check the rising trouble or the legal risk.
Just how much these actions will hurt the more heated in the wake of rate of assaults and murders, it is trouble or
ut President Ford's two narrow pertinent to observe who commits Of course the outlaws would
university remains an unanswered question; but escapes occurring in such quick most of those crimes. still have their guns, but they
coming as they do, immediately after the SGA's succession. Most people who get shot are would have no advantage they do
inept handling of a petty election dispute the It is exceedingly unfortunate not shot by criminals. They are not already enjoy. Criminals are
ican ept hningfro apet at e tion d is, that the gun control advocates shot by relatives or friends who not now deterred by the guns
can only reinforce the administration's attitude carry on as though outlawing happen to be, momentarily, possessed by law-abiding people.
that students cannot handle self-government. guns would prevent or minimize irrationally angry over some They would be no less deterred if
Future assisination attempts. It personal offense. firearms were outlawed.
A government can delegate authority without should be obviousto all but the Perhaps some special arrange-
losing power. The SGA needs to learn this most naive that no firearm THEREFORE, THE bumper- ment could be made to
quickly before it deeneates into total chaos legislation could have prevented stickerslogan that "Ifguns are accommodate hunters. Otherwise,
quickly, before it degeneraes into total haos. wald Sir r "Squeaky outlawed, only outlaws will have thereis no social good to be
from doing their thing. guns" makes a good point in gained from continuing to allow
"iH NEITHER WILL any legislation favor of just that outlawing the populace to arm themselves.
is s io n: prevent the more ordinary guns Considerable social evil will
Criminals from obtaining the tools If the sale and possession of continueuntil firearms ae out-
Sof their trade. Those who need firearms were illegal except for lawed.
contra Society death denying
S. ROBERT T. THOMASON D.C., I read recently, has even Why use the valuable time we
... campanMlaitr banned funeral homes .and could be "living" to thing about
In times of economic hardship it is ridiculous mceiDteries fom its corporate dying?

that the university is spending $75,000 for As a consequence of all our e Elitsahi Kblern sso the
someone else's mistakes. Ours is a death-denying death-denyingefforts, manyofus pioneeredin.helping persons deal
S8 and 9, a 3 year society. We shut away the arrive at the time of our own with death and dying, offers the
Roofs bubbling on buildings 8 and 9, a 3 year terminally and dying hospital death never having experienced a s ans heeee
old pipe leaking at the corner of Bldg. 8, and cost and nursing homes. We cosme- person's dying, never having that learning to accept one's own
miscalculations which halted construction on the tizethe bodies of the dead o that seen a dead body without its finiteness (ultimately, death)
is ca u atis they resemble mannequins and death-disguising mask, and enhances one's capacity to live in
new auditorium are all being faced at UNF. appear to be only sleeping. We probably never having had a the here and now. Fred vomi
Currently iJNF construction resembles separate and hide from view the serious personal conversation anxiety and debilitating
methnmmediate family at funerals to about death. Nowonder so few of undue anietand debilitating
something out of an old episode of Mission shield others from their grief, We us prepared to cope with the a person is able to savor
Impossible, resort to euphemisms like "pass reality of death--our own or that whether four hours, or four years
Perhaps in future construction contracts a new ,away" to avoid saying someone o e eor forty years. Further, she
Perhaps I has died. We "plant" the dead in Regardless of all our escape believes that we all need to
clause should be .added which would read perpetual care, "gardens" to mechanisms, though, death is an become comfortable in dealing
soimthlug ike: YTu mission;, should you cfhaose seapegras and cemeteies and inevitable fact of existence--a with death so that we areable to
the naumoidable ontations of reality ioeofus caau a y be "pmiet" 'with tSh who are
toaccept it, wil e to constrict something that such places. We send "get we a d. I tiSc wioth
-will not self-destrict in 1-3years. : cards rather than say "oodby" But why lmuden ourselves with that expernce.e not mi isolation
Tnt yettWo years old, fortunately to those who are near death. A thoughts about death nowf Why but hand-in-hand with a friend.
The roofs, not yet tw years old, fortunately virginia suburb of Washington, not wait until "our time" comes? Let it e!
SUnfortunately, the university is having to bear | Di &;Q f G rou t tvciN F~NT
the burden ofthe cost ofTeplacang the pipes. And ) sOoo 1 S
the architect responsible for designing the t A C.
auditorinau stands to gain some $38,000.
- The rnoney will hte paid to the architect for the
work done on the working drawings of the
auditorium even if .te t rawings. are aOt based,
Economic loopholes should be cosed and
warranty's extended to insure against the
necessity for premature repair : :.
In a time when academic departments are
being asked to reduce their program capacity and
capability it is ridiculous to.see construction
programs copiously funded.

Minority Rport ., o 'eti:wn j..e

Current ovi es are simultneou jewels

Most critics find themselves In the position of struggling against Undercover Hero should not be story acceptable to the mind -- if mind-bending. Although it is a
the main flow of public opinion. This column will be no different -- missed by any Peter Sellers fan. not believable, re-release of a 1967 anti-war film,
hence the title. If you happen to agree with me on any issue, I Although this is not one of Mr. it is well worth seeing again.
congratulate you on your good taste, but doubt your sanity. I wll be Sellers best, it. is an enjoyable King of Hearts is first a visual
reviewing plays, movies, restaurants and general happenings as experience to watch him portray experience and only a comedy as GLUTTONY
well as making information available concerning cheap thrills and six distinctive characters in the an afterthought. This is rot to say The restaurant scene in
freebies. same movie, that the comedy is less than Jacksonville is among the finest
By JASON KARLE ticket, the reduced price should The plot is pleasant and overwhelming. King smacks of in the nation. A huge variety of,
makeone even ore vin achieves peaks of excellence, the techniques of Fellini, the ethnic foods are available at
Movies, as a species; are e one even moreforgiving while avoiding any dead spots. humor of Lenny Bruce and the varying cost, meeting the needs
usually tripe. Some achieve a Mr. Sellers is aided by quite playful nature of Walt Disney. of any taste or budget.
form of excellence unequalled by If you never heed my advice competent acting from a number It is at times outrageous, at Emmy's Schnitzelhaus, at
any other form of entertainment; again, see this movie, of minor characters in making the times touching and consistently Atlantic and University, presents
but, the mean is a constantly an evening of true German/
depressing cloud, hanging-over Austrian dining in a relaxed
the heads of intelligent funseek- atmosphere. Don't expect to
ers. escape at less than $20 per
Occasionally, a miracle will couple, but the opportunity to
occur and several jewels will gorge oneself with the specialties
appear simultaneously. Such is of the German Volk is sufficietit
the case with the current crop of salve for the monetary wound.
comedies. The Ritespot serves authentic
Monty Pytheon and the Holy home cooked meals, in large
Monty Python and the Holy servings, and at small prices.
Grail heads the list with its servings, and epte eac it is
brilliance, wit and basic insanity. Located in Neptune Beach, it is
If an academy award for the often overlooked by the casual
funniest credits were given, the visitor. The food is not fancy, but
Holy Grail would win at a walk. Letters to the editor are encouraged. can be authenticated. quite enjoyable and come in
quantity sufficient to choke the
The pace is fast and constantly All letters must be typed and double spaced and Material that is libelous or in poor taste wil not be greatest gourmands. At an
humorous, from the credits the HALYARD must be supplied with two copies. printed, average of $6 per couple,
through the bulk of the movie. considered with the large
The ending is weak, but one must No anonymous letters wi be printed, although The HALYARD reserves the right to edit letters servings variety and comradly
forgive a single flaw in a gem of names will be withheld pon request. Please include although such letters will not be printed until atmosphere, it istruly the
this magnitude, and, at $1.75 a name, address and phone number so that each letter approval has been obtained from the author. Ritespot.

UNF's Proffessor Brown releases third album
IN FEBRUARY London Re- Fine Arts Deparment, heard The wall in Brown's office hangs a Brown to share his music and As artist and teacher Brown is
cords will release a historic Brown at that concert. He asked plaque of that article, assessing experience, impressed ith the Venture
recording of George Gershwin's Brown to join the UNF faculty. Brown's performance as pas- I LE TEACHING," he Studies program This distin-
"Porgy and Bess." Singing-two "At first I said no,: but he sionate."
tenor roles in the first book and persisted and'm glad he didSince then Clumbia has smiled. "It's mostly knowing and quishes our program, he says.
music recording is William Brown said planned a total of 20 albums loving music that makesmewant For Brown the Venture horizons
Brown, UNF's .voice instructor. s in featuring, black artists and to share. His fingers flash like are broad.
The oper a was recorded e is Brown composers. The second of that fireworks, then settle on his
The opera was recorded- in speaks with pride about his d74. It n se
August with the Cleveland students. One of his students has serieswas released in 1974. t n
Orchestra and an all ackocal won a state concert award; "The administration has kept,. -"Everyone should get behind
rt.,sra a9Wnda lwhl bs. ..koeal wnothris, an apprenticer awt the .... aallofits promises. I've got artistic ':o this program andmake itvibrant.
featured two previous albums, Hartford Opera. Brown still freedom he. t rfr ng ad Venture Studies sets UNF apart
is especially excited about "Porgy pursues -an ambitious concert sharing from any state schooL
and Bess." The cast does not schedule in addition to his
include opera luminaries,. but this teaching. "I do about 1t orL 15
album should attract the critic's concerts year. Maybe one or two *
Sear because of its ambition. operas, but they take so much ceap t ril
For -Bill Brown, "'Porgy and time."
Bess" is another step toward a Brown looks into the eyes of his OCT.-2Mihel Lrimer assicl guitarist appears at the ci
dream. In 1967, after researching listener. He moves with excite OCT.-2 Michael Lorimer, classical guitarist a rs athe civic
a-disserttion that never got meant and speaks of communion areit cot o e s b a 8et
done, -Brown started doing with music. His hands fly into the
concerts featuring only black air, his fingertips explode in five
composers. directions point, and'd grp with aOCT.3 The F.J.C. Symphonic andresents ai
"My manager said Iwas crazy. purpose. He is an: intense iman. at the Civic Auditorihm FREE "
But I had all the music I needed, OC.-4 & L The Bald City Fest holds a two day music festival at
because my dissertation was on THE FIRST ALBUM to feature includes only the music of Nunes Burnett Park from 1-6 p.m.. Admission- $1
black music," Brown said. He Brown was released by CQlumbia Garcia. Again Brown and
started touring and played in 3 The London Symphony Freeman, worked together, this' -OCT.-10 Harry Chap in concert produced by F.J.C at the Civ
concert halls from Harvard to under Paul Freeman performed time in Helsinki's Finlandia Hall Auditorium. Admission-$5.50-
Tuscaloosa.'The tour has nerer witi on aris frm William wi lithe Helsinki- Philarmonic.
really ended. Grat- Stinbad and, Sa muel The concert-' ras recorded on the OCT.-17 F.eC. presents a "M~sical Pops Extaat
ONE OFHIS STOPS -in 1971. ColedrdgeTaylor. The album, was- :same stage 'lwhee-, the world Civic Auditoriwn,-featuing'theirowm jararock ensemble,
was at Florida Junior Collegs a best-seOer ina the classic leaders met last suime. ensemble, Lttk Gera Bsad, ad.barbe shopuatet.. is
atiS series-Dr. Gerson.. Yessr, category and:wasr very favorably Coming btack to UNP ,, frbm' benefit to fand scholarships for i masic students.)Admission- St2
Chairman of the soon-to-be- UN a reviewed by Time M aazine. One international tourism a chance for students, 53 open

TV running out of trick s. Cght Eu Re al ent, ei n nopetS

ByDOU SHAVER it better than othing. They Wi if OEi ORDi E STE l"s Lloyd OCT.-3 & 4 Payers-Bt.The-Sea prepts "Of Thee Sing" att
have to make generous allo- Bridg i-a foot patrolman in Players-ByThe-Sea Payhuse, 33O N.' tt St. Jax. Beh. CUrtain
Somebriefthoughts on a few of ances for improbable plots., running-dow~n urban neiior at 8:30 p.m. Adission $2 for Studegts, $3.50 open

P I"BARBARY COAS: ThS" Some people, inthe area by first name, andis at the Civic Auditorium, produced by FJ.C. Admission- $5.50
t"BARBo Y "CO.r, a aT must--have iked -her- on "Tihe super-nice to all of them. He is so
rtors e s TVo Psan bbe t Mary Tyler Mfes.. Show"g The pleasant, he makes- Reed.. and ..e s :OC.-4.a light and shong show wi be pmdmb oy oJ.U.at4p.etm i
sh.is sem to be ruhdgs t of prroducrs made her a widow and rMalloy lotok lite a paitr ofJo pie s Bu. Ain rtsg Bul din0 JU. p Eml. F
credibfegin!licds. In thi series, move herto Si Framcisc-They-. Fridays: If you' silausourte, ik '-.o u ri is..l.,t sbuild .. .. -
William Shatner. plays r anl gys. Thisre heor p ality. b sugar-coated., enjoy.. oceOal..t $ Dance e the Swisr-Adt m, y oJ LU-
'beund cover a. geca- forr t e 'ombn at.. o c es "W EcCOME BACC 1 ?- Ei
gy.rior of Califoia. He.: s .- use 'Swrew., MieO opsnd. mr'rPerolem student oc -Who Kio"ed JlFK e~,"b.,-FJ. at- : t ivihe
an'endh eT supply of disguises to robbers. Eddie :-Albetp.plaeys- an has Treformed, made it through -b e .l Aditoriun, :.ln t iv ..... m : F ".
tev- : s.nefbrsys. Since Shatner ex-cop," Robert Wagner.I an .... Kaep an -a is -: tner teaching a
S is nt am San Foncis4th Iea'e ~ e-one Theya t ercg ~ars abv in scprip ~ em- stndonts- at his :F , L-9 Judge ~sBulsan Black spesta.sm th. UNF WREsEdhb .
wortis k the bad guys would : private-eye lrim. :Tiey create- mater. Noone.eeals thr jem probl'Mem dltubxao Bayeaos 3 at 7:3p Fr
begin .tocatch-on.aftera-while. He elaborate hoaxes to catch the bad' students.-"' "of- course. The 0 metimir "'' erS.
is-a good-actor. but this role is guys. This show might; .be administration call them remedial
beneath him. considered a combinationi of academics; everyone else calls OCT.-16 F.JC. presents Cicely Tyson in "An Evening with Cicey
"'SPACE: 19w9": This is "Mission Impossible" and "It them The. Sweathogs. Gabriel Tyson," in the Civic Auditorium. FREE
television's first attempt at Takcs A- Thief." )f you liked Kaplan plays the teacher. He, is a ..
It is not as good as. the earlier' one. The character acting is above scriptwriters do :not 'do him Fine Arts Building (J.U.) 10 am-5:30.m.FRE
series, but s- tfans might consider TV's average. .. justice, -

-Pag 6 THEHALYARD October 1975

Standing in line is familiar to anyone who has registered at a university before. Fortunately for most m - m U
members of the UNF community such waiting is not unusual -- just boring. I

Fall registration is 4400 UNCLAIMED SCHOLARSHIPS

I ver $33,500,000 unclaimed scholarships, grants, aids, and.
HOT DAYS AND LONG lines When a student identification are set up to allow students to fellowships ranging from $50 to $10,000. Current list of these I
did not stop about 4,400 students number is fed into the terminal it view the entire process. sources researched and compiled as of September 5, 1975.
from signing up for classes during is received by UNF's computer LIMITTING THE NUMBER of I
the fall registration period. system which specifies whether students in a classroom is UNCLAIMED SCHOLARSHIPS .0
or not a student can register. determined by theinstructors 369 Allen Avenue, Portland, Maine 04103
Computer cables were cut on teaching methods and room O C I am enclosing $12,95 plus $1.00 for postage and handling. |
Sept. 17 when a groundsman capacity, Casbeer said. He went (Check or money order no cash, please.)
accidentally ran over them with a on to say that the average student If you wish to use your charge card.
lawnmower. This w.as the' only ONCE CLEARANCE IS veri- enrolled at UNF is over 30 with |please out appropriate boxesbeow: I
problem that occurred during fled, class schedules are fed into the largest majority of them PLEASE RUSH YOUR
registration, according to Marcus the regional center in Gainsville attending part time and after six I' CURRENT LIST OF
Casbeer; director of records and through the local terminals at pm CURRENT LIST OF.
registrar. UNF. If verification is cleared the Exoialtion Dale UNCLAIMED SCHOLARSHIPS
information is sent back to the Mt*r arge SOURCES TO:
All terminals are tied into the university and students will Casbeer said that the cross I nterbank No.
state university system with a hopefully be placed in classes of section of age difference in the | credit
regional center for UNF located in their choice. All computer classrooms provides for a wealth Name........ .... ..
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AN INFORMAL RECiaTION in education degrees, 17 master awarded the degrees on behalf of manteca lard
commencement ceremonies -master of education degrees.-
marked graduation Ior 247 UNF A central reception for the
seniors and graduate students. -SEPERATE CEREMONIES graduates, their families, and Here at JOSe Cuervo, we believe
were held for each of the colleges, friends was held in the library an informed consumer is an
Ai fall, winter, and summer with the graduates gathering in lounge following the ceremonies.
graduates are eligible to he commons areas of the The Alumn Adviso Council informe consumer.
"..t6 Mexico son.

participateintheforema exercises different buildings. UNF Presi- served refreshments to the
Sthe following June and past dent Dr. Thomas Carpenter estimated 700 guests.
records eow that between 60 andtion
70 per cent of the will go. ter des al
through the cap and gown line

at ta e rd The Graduate Record Examin- have received from ETS. All UNF
Seven master of arts n action will OTbeadministered candidates should have been
ounselg degrees were awarded on the UNF campus on October 18 reassigned to the test center at
Sthe Sept. 7 ceremony whtsc as previously planned. There was Jacksonville University. n
were the first given by the UNF i an oversight made by the a

that fiewi of study. Educational Testing Service UNF Counseling Services .
t (national distributors of the regrets this mix-up, over which *
The University also awarded 59 GRE). they had no control. ETS has OSE cUsRvo*TEQUILA.a0 PROOF.
bachelor of arts degrees, 51 assured UNF that the April GRE dIMPORTEo AND BTr.eED BY OW1. EUBLEiN.INC.. HARTFORD. CONN.
bachelor of business admmista- All UNF candidates shouldnote will be administered as listed in
on degrees. 36 bachelor of arts instructions on their ad- the catalog. ..

No summer doldrumsaround UNF
An election controversy, UNF's The candidates in this run-off The memo conveyed Carpen-
ongoing construction program election were Bill Ely and Marilyn term's decision to declare the a
and the implementation of new Harrison, who had received the run-off election valid and said,
academic programs combined to majority of the votes -in the "The victors in the run-off
alleviate the summer doldrums at general election. election will be recognized by the
UNF. university as duly elected officers
The new university government Ely won the run-off election of the Student Government
--encompassing students, faculty with 301 votes to Harrison's 270. Association,"
and staff -- was designed in 1974 The association did not accept
by Dr. Thomas Mongar, chairman AT AN SGA meeting immedia- Carpenter's ruling immediately
of political science and the tely following the ballot count, a and another meeting was
system's constitution was ratified motion was made and passed to convened two days later. A
by the university-community early hold the election results in motion was then passed to seat
this year. abeyance until alleged campaign Ely as SGA president. The SGA
IT DIFFERS from most law violations had been investi- also passed a motion to appeal the
rIT DIFFES from most gated. controversy to the Senate
university governments not only Judiciary Committee. E et Cica e t
in providing for a student If the University Senate had
government but also in setting up been operational at that time, MEANWHILE, THE contractor
self-governing faculty and career Medlin said later, their judiciary responsible for the construction of The affected buildings are still The program, is being imple-
service associations. committee would have conducted UNF's Phase II building program under warranty, so that university mented this oquarer. Another
delegates from the three the investigation and made a was busy repairing the roof of will not have to pay for any of the program to begin thisfall is the
IfI work beiag don't. of Tcan degren
association and from' the decisi on concerning the election's Building 8 at a costexpected to be work being don. Bachelor of Technology degree
administrative and professional validity. twice that of the original Another summer development
staff make up the university Since the Senate was not -installation. Another summer development
I Lat J r yhe announcement tof
Senate. operational at the time a special Last January the asphalt ccalaureateprogram for regis-
The self-governing plan re- investigation committee was coating on the roof was found to tered nurses to be conducted It is being conducted through
places the General Assembly elected from within the student be buckling, creating raised jointly by UNF, Florida A&M the newDepartmentofTechnolo-
which was a single legislative association to conduct hearing bubbles. An outside architect Univsity curriculum wil incde
body composed of representatives on the allegations. consulted by the university aid it Florida technical courses in manufactur-|
from the entire university The committee held a series of $175,0 to replace trheeos o e i man aee nt
community. meetings following the July 15 ,000 to replace the roof. The PROFESSIONAL NURSING related technical management
c i election it te our original installation cost was in the program
un-off election and itturnedout courses, which make up half of thod Majors in the program
The faculty and career service that none of the candidates' about0,000.the upperlevel prgrm, will be will alsostudy management,
associations were able to write themselves were accused of However, the contractors said--the erlevel :pr m, wilhuman reaons, communcatons
-their bylaws and elect their personal misconduct. they could repair the roof for less fferedby FAMU and while human rel atiens communica ions
officers with a minimum of than the replacement cost and the remaining half, inuding skills humanities and social
-controversy. The student associa- SEVERAL STUDENTS who prevent leakage while the work ctives, will be offered b UNF. pieces.
tion, however, found itself in the appeared before the committee was in progress.
middle of an election controversy stated, however, that they did not The Department of General I
.which delayed its final implemen- believe Medlin has acted properly Services, a state agency responsi-
tation for several weeks. in deciding to hold the run-off ble for overseeing all construction
election. They asserted that he at the university, agreed to let the
DURING THE SGA general had not been. empowered by the contractors repair the roof.
elections Bill Medlin, supervisor SGA bylaws to make such a THE CONTRACTORS' esti-
of elections, stated that "Roberts decision. mate turned out to be too i
Rules of Order" would be optimistic, though, and the repair
followed to determine procedure The committee decided to work is now expected to cost more
where the bylaws did not state recommend that the run-off than the cost of replacement.
specific procedure. election be declared invalid and ener sas e oer
In the presidential race, where announced his recomme nation buildings constructed during t h
ay ol t 7 *^ c*^^:^^ T^^,' Says the Irity
the ndidates were Bill ly at the special SGA meeting n Phase buck also seem toe affectheir
Marilyn "Harrison and Lenny July 29. Medlin, who was by the bucklingproblem and their
Burns, none of the candidates presiding at the meeting then roofs are also likely to need
received a clear majority so the read a memorandum addressedto repairing or replacement. The
decision was made by Medlin to the association from university, cost of that work has not been Staf Pheot by Mike Md
have a run-off election. president Thomas Carpenter. estimated yet: From the inside sunscreens limit the view.

Sunscreens cut costs
"I FEEL LIKE am in jail", said student Reede Stocklon when.
asked his opinion of the sunscreens which have recently been
installed on building 8 and 9.
SThe sunscreens were installed as an energy conservation method
and are expected to cut the cost of air-conditioning for the 5 hour
period each day of maximum solar heating each day by one half,
Alfred Oswald said, supervisor of utilities. The comfort rangewithin
S. -the offices was expected to improve by 15 to 20 percent.
Larry Davis, assistant director of physical facilities, said the
asked that energy conservation measures be taken where possible.
i .-h sThe Screens do not appreciably cut down the amount of visible
S. ; light coming through the windows, said Mr. Davis and were "one
I. I step w e felt w e ha d to tak e" .
"" .-THE VIEW FACTOR was considered, but Mr. Davis said that it.:
F l r wa lee5med tmo Sri gtaatt cons ee hias the- a.
-" Spri: n g ;' :, .r.osot effici~ht methb.r raw' at the 4 ofl' t'te d diversity.
Fall Term 1975 to r r 976 However, the result was very disappoi nting for the people'who have
The next issues o work in those"buildings.
T".- Dr. Thomas Mongar, chairman of Ptoildal Sciene, said that hie
felt something needed to be done, tbilt' tivas not necessarily it;
"- "rJ since the screens cut doin oni the enjoyment t the ese gy of the
S Dr. Alien Tiley, assistant professor:of glishl, sal' "we riat~hel
prefer clearr 'd unobstruted view of nature even if we mus"
Iwsi to THE HALYARD. sweat"
SiDAVIS"SAID, :would probably not b.e necessary o y ,
M y check for enclosed, .. Sunscreens on all windows in the university.The window glassnow -
covered by the screens was designed' approximately years a.go 2
when energy conservation was not taken into cnsideration. :
NAM | Davis said-that some otrthe complaints, that came .into his office
last year concerning the comfort of the offices was due to
construction still in progress, and it presented thanem from balancing
"- the. level of air-conditioning for the:buildings. :
ADDR ES &-- The particinar conservation measure applied ih this instance was-
-"not conducive tothe work that must be accomplished. This probably
Could have been rimodified had the personnel involved been-
-,. ... b... ..... .... .... b.................. ... b .. ,. consulted.
S. A petition was signed by some of the people in the second floor of
building 8 that did not like the installation of the screens.. It was
submitted to the office of Mr. Simmons, executive assistant to the -
President ,. ', -, -

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Paae 10 THE HALYARD October 1, 1975

Information, and page makeup, provided by the Student Activities Office.


,.5 You may sign up for the following intramural activities in the
Student Activities Office, Building 10, Room 1206, between the
AUD, hours of 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M.:

Quite a team Steve McQueen Flag Football September 22 thru- October 7
and Al MacGraw as a husband (6 man teams) October 6
and wife bank robbing duo. Fast | IT 21
paced and exciting. "Superstar Table Tennis (2 Divisions) October 6 thru October 21
director Sam Pechinpah has ctoer 24
exploded another dazzler in one A W(a)Student
of the best action films seen for (b)Staff & Faculty
some time..." William Wolf, Ce
e tim..." Wili Chess Tournament October 20 thru October 28
SOctober 24
U" GGolf Tournament October 20 thru November 7
T November 5
The locker/shower facility is open from 9:00 A.M. until 8:00 P.M.
SEquipment (tennis racquets, canoes, etc.) is available for check-out
iI I Bon a daily basis. It is also possible to check-out baskets (to keep
Sign-up for examination by October 15, 1975 work-out dothes in) and locks on a permanent basis.
SExamination is to be given on November 8, 1975 Putter and Golf balls are available for check out in the Student
Activities Office, Building 10, Room 1206 from 8:00 A.M. until 5:00
P.M. You may also check out pool cues (on a daily basis) from the
Student Activities Office.

Examination is to be given on October 18, 1975
For further information on CLEP EXAM or GRE, contact Barbara
Walters in Counseling Services, Building 1, Room 1201, telephone
GRE Review Sessions will be given in the Skill Center. Sign up after I DV L
October 1, 1975.
The following Self-Hypnosis courses will be offered by Counseling
Services: The UNF Bowling Team will be
... .. .. . : holding ..tryouts e $ week of
contact Michael Argento in the
Self-Hypnosis Dr. Darwin Coy Oct. 9, Oct. 16, Oct. 23 3:45pm 009 2543 Student Activities Office, Build-
and Oct. 30 4:45pm ing 10, Room 1204, telephone
Self-Hypnosis Dr. Travis Oct. 13, Oct. 20, Oct. 27 10:30am 009 2543 -6-
Carter Nov. .3 11:30am
Self-Hypnosis Betsy Laseter Oct. 20, Oct. 27, Nov. 3, 1:30pm 009 2543
and Nov. 10 2:30pm
If you are interested in any of the above, contact Barbara Walters in
Counseling Services, Building 1, Room 1201, telephone 646-2600.

Bumper stickers are available
to aB students. Pick yours up 4
Today In the Student Activities
... ,Ne w s Office, Bunding 10,-Room 1204. 4
i-, ... .^, \-- ******************
The Cooperative Education and Placement Center (CEPC) will ,
offer the following seminars to help students prepare for getting a' -
ob ,. .-.,, ;, :.::- ":. :: Collegiate Civitans is a new service
organization that is presently forming
: n campus. If you are interested contact
SMIN S DATE BUILDING / O M TIM Michael Argento, Student Activities,
"SEM IA-S DATES BUILDING / ROOM TIMES ,' 646-2876 or Jack Humphries (advisor),
Job Goal Thurs., Oct. 2, ; 0i / 2115 10 12 noon meeting for the Toastmiigtress'. ; telephone 646-2700.
Job Goal Thurs., Oct.2 /211 10 12noon October27thwlli gsoba regular ...
meeting withaboard meeting to Collegiate Civitan is composed of
SClarificion "Wed. Oct. 8, /211$ i 2l- 4 p.m. low ithe regular meeting t clkge men and women joining
ue., Oct. 14 001 2115 2 4 p.m. All regular meetings are held at better place in which to live, where you
.:,u si Thurs.,> O 12 5:30 .m. p in building 010, RQom as a club determine which area in your
SRune .hurs. Oct. 9 001 / 2115 10 12 noon 242S." All interested parties are community and pnpi.s need action and
....T w-i^ nrgpH tn attend these meetings. proceed to do something aboUt it. ft is
I trg w Wed., Oct. 15 001/2115, 2- 4 p.m. urged to attend these meetings. organization that is International
Interview Wed., Oct. 1 ; / 15. 2-4 '# annually atyour lntem-ati'oltna-onven-
S' tio. Collegiate' Civian' has' ade a
:..,Techniques ; Tuesa. Oct., 7, .:001. / 2115 ,.:., 2 4 p.m. place for itself on many campuses
A p throughout the world by moving
-.' Thu.. Oct. 16 ,001 /215 .,: 10 12p.m. APATHY to EMPATHY and in doing so
S' '' ., '. g things done.

C.E.PC. will also be offering seminars on Introduction to
Graduate Placement Services. For further information on this OCTOBER 31, FRIDAY, AT 400 ..
seminar (or any of the above seminars) contact the C.E.P.C. office P.M. IS TIlE LAST DAY' TO .
in Building 001, Room 1201, or telephone 646-2955. : APPLY FOR MARCH DEGREE.
Have a few minutes to wait in
OCTOBER 1 IS CAREER EXPLORATION DAYtIl!! Thirty (30) .between cases Why not visit
employers from the Jacisopville area will have booths set up on the games romsorTV tounge in
campus to discuss careernopportuinities with their company. Be sure Buuding 10.
to stop by and arik to fhem! .B .

October 1, 1975 THE HALYARD Pge-

Presidents differ in views on gw't

JOE WILI0AMS IS smiling "This association, by cnsti-
today. Yesterday he was another tuition and design, is impotent,"'
unemployed student. Today Joe Von Doltren claimed. "I wonder t
is working for the UN F yearbook, what powers we have."
"The North Star."
Bill Ely, president of the ACCORDING TO THE UNF
Student Government Association, constitution, the CSA should be
met Joe right after registration. involved with staff evaluation and
"He didn't have a job. He'd been renumeration.
to personnel and shuffled around.
Still no job. He came to me and I He said UNF employs 10
sent him to the Student Activities p n the Pers el De t
oce. o he's gotapeople in the Personnel Depart-t
offica.Now he'sgot joband will ment--ho work full time doing aip a
stay in school," said Ely. what the CSA is supposed to do. A NS
S"t Here on campus the CSA would Merwin maintains an objective and the Faculty Association to
like' to have a .good working position on unionization. "As,a help in leadership.
Ely, a business major, sees his "It would be difficult for any relationship with the SGA and the union proponent," he explained,
office as a clearing house for other employee to devote much Faculty Association. Von Doltren "it wold be difficult to deal with. THAT IS NOT TO say he won't
student problems. It isn't just time to staff evaluation," he said, feels theremust be a ose bond the administration." work with the union. Merwin
jobs for students, everyone adding that his supervisor allows between all three groups to carry believes that the FA could coexist
benefits from movies, music and him time to function as CSA any weight. Like Ely and Von Doltren with a union.
May Day. As first president of the headman. Merwin views the Senate as a "They will be a bargaining
'v eM erwin views the Senate as
SGA Ely said he wants to "Really," he continued, "each potentially powerful organization agent on salaries, benefits and
represent and reach outto all the THE INPUT TO HIS office has association is a different pulse. that sort of thing," he said, "the
students. come mostly from the Physical We must unite the talents of all "Theyaren't as weak asthe old UNFfaculty will remain respon-
Facilities people. They have three as sort of a bio-feedback General Assembly, he said sible for curriculum." The main
M complained about job conditions, systemtothe Univrsity Senate." enthusiastically. He is looking to opportunity is in- joining a
DF OF THi E whole UNF .low pay and uniforms. Von the Senate for campus wide politically viable organization, he
community, he says the SGA Doltren finds his position THERE AE 170 membersof direction and looking to himself added.
needs both independence from frustrating. "They look to me and UNF's Association. This repre-
other associations and int the association for help, and I for nts all the full time instructors
dependence with them. t one, don't. think they'll get plus those librarians and tu re
much, administrators who teach one or
"Students have problems two classes. The president of the
he said. Ely pointed to the complaint take it in and- out of tfie- Departtent of Elementaryter
University Senate as the body to several offices at UNF before it Education.
deal, with any campus wide gets to any state agency..
problems, hoping that the Senate One of Merwin's main concerns DURING THE PAST there( day. This advanced course in.
will serve as a checkk and "The red tape is amazing. as the FA's first president is the years, -since the- UNF forniall3 Philosophy is- designed to
balance," he expressed dis- Nothing giaraitees a complaint setting of precedents. opened, progress has beer stimulate the student's interests

is designed to represent UNF future f CSA is unclear) Von said. These decisions involve
supportsystem employes. That Dolren says mighted be a promotion and tenure, academic and enhances knowledge of
coverilefr.n ,P sa Snri-gboard overtime e mak tatwidea more than 1,000 graduates to job- definition,-:-
Facl to tiretaries. The employees union .. -r i p o in titutional accreditation by the Department of Natural Sciences
PresidentoftheCSA is Mike V
Doltren, a purchasing agent. is "IN FOUR OR IE years we Wile th CSA looks to the Southern Association of. Colleges and is very relevant in today's
main conerna president is with might have a uno wih political distantfuture for u nionization, a and Schools at b the society when man's continued

the status .ihd iPurpose of the as well as econoittical responsi- vote on a state-wide faculty unon baccalaureate and graduate quest forns owledge leais b to,
CSA. abilities Von Doltren added. is due before the end of this year. levels. questions abot hsrentlh,
Ssuppo system em ye s. That matutio and, most recently,
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S, Tthroughsoutid academic prepare. courses offered this fall at UNF
Might have au i p ion for a career in life, several will be private pilot training,
tn a se 'y ew courses have been offered self-hypnosis for self-develop-
s 0l 0o fi l his fall. Here are just a few. ment, tennis for beginners, piano
CSA bitie a and photography darkroom work-
shop, all of which come under the
inCOM 961 is an exploration in Division of Continuing Education
ie mass media. Students will and Community Services at UNF.
St fo a explore and discuss a variety of
his fall. H rent trends in the media. Abeginners, piano
:o _ourseof study and reflection that m
eSSvolves from the study of one's To give students further insight
'E 1 L S k ,wn culture and reality, into tli;r abilities, prospective
\ graduates may take the graduate
S'M.9 is an exploration Reeords Examinations during the
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American experience through its
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use of supplementary materials level Special effort is madeto
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B s t b such as films, periodicals and TV. survey the entire academic field
2 B drm 1 widely differing curriculums, th.
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Sroirm, o T st Theto ure trw o ckhll yl Th oeg eps t
Concerned with musical charact. The CLEP program, expert
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become a part of American well sounded club- and ciual
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UNF prof spends summer as a cop

By ELLYN DAVENPORT Walsh feels the woman touch
is seldom better than a mans
Spending your vacation as a unless it iswith a rape victim or at
city police officer is a different times a juvenile. One case where
way of spending a summer, but Dr. Rasche's touch proved
Dr. Christine Rasche, associate beneficial was with an emotional-
professor of sociology at the ly distressed 16-year-old boy with
University of North Florida, did a speech impediment.
just that this year.
The police unit was called to
The Board of Regents adminis- assist a person convulsing until
tered a. federal grant from the rescue could arrive. The boy had
U.S. Department of Justice, become so upset at the teasing of
which enabled Rasche to intern some other boys that he had
with the Jacksonville Police started hyperventilating and
Department during UNF's sum- shaking.
'-mer quarter. .
The police unit was called to
J.P.D. Chief of Patrol Ray assist a person convulsing until
Miley, facilitated Rasche's work rescue could arrive. The boy had
on the force with a regular become so upset at the teasing of
uniform patrol which began last some other boys that he had
June. started hyperventilating and
shaking. Rasche talked to him as
"To the best of my knowledge if she was his mother, -calming
no special accommodations were him down until the rescue unit o
made for me. I went to all calls could arrive.
wherever the officer I was riding
with was sent," stated Rasche When queried on his reaction
who has her training and to women in the police force, A66
expertise in corrections and a Patrolman Walsh replied, "There '
doctorate in'sociology. is a place in the force for women
definitely-you might even say on
Wearing a blue uniform the street. But just because she is
without a badge, she worked and a woman I didn't feel they should
acted like a police officer but was lower the standards to put her on
not sworn in. She also qualified in the street. It takes a bigger than
firearms training before going on average woman to subdue men
patrol. who are used to using brute force.
If she.really wants to join the ,' ,
Rasche explained, "I took the force then she should go to it. But
firearms training not because I she shouldn't just try to prove she
expected to go-out and shoot can do it."
someone, but so that I wouldn't Another week and a half was
be a hinderance. Fortunately I did spent in the Southside area riding
not have to use weaponn" with George Pope. There Dr.
Rasch* continued to interview Dr. Rasche with Officer Robert Walsh as they review some of the radio codes used while on patrol.
She worked the same schedule citizens, write reports, and ff Photos by Mike Malon
including -ys learned the dispatch codes and .i
o 'bcers she rode wi.tl.i rst-gnl-. L'-t f~o.nle Accordingto Pope, "Textbooks which handles everything from about. it more credibly now. If I
two nights she rode with John with the radio because its like are written by people who can sit homicides to assaults and sexual have the chanceld lik todo is
Shedden, and then spent the next another language. Its the link down and analyze situations, but battery.- -There she worked with again in other areas. If I could I'd
three andhaf weeks assigned to between the officer in his patrol the police officer hast make spl Gerald Paker on a number of like to go into the courts next
Patrolman Bob Walsh on the car and the rest of the force.' second decisions. They are rape casesandworked extensive- summer..
Northside (zone one). Another reason for her dealing with problems out onthe ly for two weeks on one case Dr. Rasche plans to continue to
Apprehension with the radio was, street where its not so easy. Is involving a:dead body found in a ride occasionallywitthe force on
Rasche admits that the first due to only two women using the not a controlled, situation when hotel room. ,She attended the her own from time to time.
couple of days she stood around radio.- The dispatcher and her. the people are excited andupset, autopsy and dealt with the victims
looking dumb, and -unofficial. "There is such a repetition of you'have to calm them down and parents.
"After I gotmy beings though, male voices coming over the control the situation. Its impossi- Chif- Miley thought ,,the
people assumed I was, p radio, a female voice other than1 ble to teach -th. in a progr~ a was successfuLk in_ AMm Prf. W.J. Roacn..
officer, even though I did-'t wea the dispatchers really stands ou. classroom." helping Rasche- to understand Edior an Genea M
a badge and rarely wore i Everyone would kndw if she One of the things that surprised how theory is related to practice. Adame rot. as9eua..
weapon. People in need of .help goofed up, Pope explained. Rasche was the number of "She saw how we operate and Executive Ldler
were relieved. to see anyone :.in He complaints that wouldtun on the how the. people react to. us.
blue and only asked questions He-added,."Rasche displayed police for interfering, or the-way Things she would never B9see E
about my authority after the great adaptability. She caught on they handled the case, after anyplace else." Drew Brunon.....Maging Editor
situation was under control rapidly for someonenot to have calling them in the first place. Relating her experiences Ras t W. H Ed
gone through the academy and to "I knew the police took a lot of che reflected, "I went into this
Patrolman. Walsh claims Ras hvenever seen mostofthe forms abuse just in the performance of thing hoping it would make a Je
che did toan excellethg on time. only r it their job, 1 just didn't realize it better teacher and I thinkit did.
had to explainNot because nrm an expert ,s re* *Psote nEdtr
was considered a rookie they do Whei asked if she encountered As part of be. learning policing but I have a much better-
everything- I juts supervised. any dangers situations Dr. it
She made hei shared nist k' Rasci replied, "People have the experience e
Sa ihe e h plie worked the homicide Division, I've done some of it. I can talk
erima re ofthoe police flyint from. I* ''I.s I I
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Faculty Briefs -

Singing professor debuts

Professor William G. Brown of Fine Arts recently made his.d ut
with the Cleveland Orchestra, singing in Ge6rge Get~win's
"Porgy and Bess". He has since recorded the work witf the same
Prof Porter judges .art

-David Porter, assistant professor of art was a judge, at the
Jacksonville Beach Art Show on August46.
Darm to- direct Convention : i :
Darn. to direct mention It may not be long before cashing checks on the UNF campus may cost some students a little extra
Dr. Adam E. Darm, chairperson of the D o ,money. The state has just instituted a new $5 service charge.on all returned checks.
Dr. Adam E. Darm, chairperson of the Division of Technologies'
directed the program for the 8th annual National Association of "i Ste' Lcqle rdOt a pt
Industrial Technology convention l Anaheim, California August
Huebner's work to be printed r. f ,r

The paper "Comment on the Franck-Hertz Experiment" by Dr.
Jay S. Huebner, associate professor of natural science, has been
accepted for publication by the American Journal of physics. ll 1 4 '
Bizot publishes review Mn II
Dr. Richard Bizot, associate professor o f English, has had a
review of the UNF blues concert published in the July-August issue
of Living Blues. Bizot also attended the English Institute at Harvard
University August 29 through September 1. Il
Kick receive Ph.D.
Dr. Russell C. Kick received his Ph.D. degree on August 10 from .
the University of Alabama. e

Bad checks cost $5 more
THE FLORIDA STATE LEGIS- When a check was returned financial hold, which would
LATURE has recently enacted a prior to this legislation there was restrict him from registering until
new bill which requires state only a late fee of $25, but now, not the check is honored.
Agencies or officers to collect a $5 only will the late fee be attached
service charge for each returned" but a $5 service charge also
check. -.
ALL S-W.ek 0W !.wiltl MER.ID"ETH CASON, fiscal
c Michael t Andreat UNF then be turned over to the state assistant, who handles most o
Sont stated th at during treasury to be re-directed to state the bad cecks that come through
registration, there is an average agencies. the e a c that
of 25 to 30 checks returned to the the Registrar's Offe, said tha
Finance and Accounting Depart- Andrea added that should a hopefully, this service charge will
meant, most of which are due to student not make a dishonored act as an added deterrent to those
ed aw students trying to avoid late fees. ,check good, he would be put on who give bad checks on campus.

After several weeks of inane bedroom comedies, the Alhambra
Dinner Theatre has come up with a show that is really worth seeing.
"Red Dawg" is a very funny musical western which occasionally
makes some serious comments about human relationships, love,
identity problems and codes of conduct. If you're not into head
trips, don't worry--the humor carries the play quite well on its own.
DIRECTOR LELAND Ball wrote the script and lyrics, adapting a
play by James Rosenberg. He sets the pace at just the right rate to
keep the audience ijto the action without losing them or leaving
them restive.
Arthur Rubinstein's music, directed by Milt Bailey, blends well
with the script. None of the songs are likely to make into the
recording industry. but the melodies do add a good touch to
everything else.
Ball has assembled a good cast for this show. Top honors go to
Richard Blair for an excellent performance in the lead role. Blair
plays Sneaky Fitch, the town derelict who becomes a hero when he E C IR .Im ,n ON K
is seemingly raised from the dead during his funeral. .l tRE J
DEPICTING THE improbable events which ensued could have BEER IE BRR -B- C
created a bad credibility problem, even for a farce; but Ball's script
is so good one almost believes it could really happen.
The supporting cast caricaturizes the formula western--saloon L O K
girl, saintly sheriff, boozing doctor, straitlaced preacher, the
businessman who owns the town, and prudish wives. All the parts
balance each other nicely, and the actors performances are %
uniformly good.
This is a fine team, with all the players deserving of credit. Ann J.. IL thumh lf to
Hodges is especially, entertaining as the dance hall girl. Special
mention should also go to Karen looze and Mary Rausch, who play
the businessman's and preacher's wives, respectively. UF.fl ( an stff
THE FOUR-PIECE orchestra performs well, too, complementing
the actors without overpowering them.
Jacksonville theater patrons who have been despairing of finding ( tba
of finding quality drama in town will find this show a refreshing t t om y)
change from mostof the recent local offerings. They shouldn't miss
"Red Dawg."

Page 16 THE HALYARD October 1, 1975

Karate viewed

as learning process

By MIKE MALONE emphasized the importance of
learning the human anatomy,
Mention Karate to Larry which enables the fighter to I fi r i i o
Reinhardt and you will be soundly become familiar with vital weak
bombarded for the next few areas of the body,
minutes by variety of some 16 The learning process does not
basic hand and kick combinations :nd there according to Reinhardt.
to vital areas of the body. And "You are basing your skills and
each one capable of being techniques against someone else,
delivered with precision accuracy perhaps of another style. Their
and deadly potency. style may teach more leg
techniques than yours, so you
You see, to Larry Reinhardt, really have to use your head," he
who is currently a senior at UNF, said.
Karate is an obsession. ME14TAL DISCIPLINE is .
But relax, you have only ignited learned through fighting different
a friendly conversation with people and in this way karate Above and to the left Larry
Reinhardt, currently ranked tenth 'reqitires a person "to think, to Reinhardt breaks concrete blocks
in World Heavyweight Ratings-by use your head..and fight every with his head and lower left
the Professional Karate Associ- fighter differently." This attitude competes in the Atlanta Pro-Am
action. toward mental discipline is what Above is Re ihardt as he appears
AND THE BARRAGE of karate distinguishes the professional as a student on the UNF campus.
chops and kicks harmless fighter from the amateur," he Staff Photo by Mike Malone
gestures are his way of added.
illustrating a particular type of Training is another way a
technique and the vital areas person can learn from karate and
which are most susceptible to the according to Reinhardt "you must but he does take an occasional to bring better recognition to As UNF student and teacher of
attack. Any great orator knows put a lot of time into training for it ne-minute break. southern fighters. karate for Big Brothers of
that gestures should be used for to pay off." To. Reinhardt, the Training pays off for Reinhardt A recent karate magazine America, Lafry Reinhardt spends
emphasis, of course. normal daily workout is at least however. He as made as much as characterized Reinhardt as a most of his weekends studying
To Reinhardt, a Sociology three hours. This includes 16 $1,000 for a single night's work. "tough, hard punching heavy- and trying to keep up with his 20
major who works with Big basic hand and kick bag workouts And during periods when he is weight."His professional record quarter-hour course load. He
Brothers of America, an organi- of three minutes each. not in school, 30 to 40 is impressive. In 10 years. of plans to graduate soon and
nation for fatherless children, en rope skipping for 10-two tournaments per year is not karate, he has been rated in the continue his work with the Big
karate is more than simply a minute rounds. And this topped unusual for him to participate in top 10 for the past five years. In Brothers. He may go to graduate
sport. "Icompete mainly because offby runs of three to ive miles. he said. the past nine months he has won school.
I love to fight," he said, "but These exercises prepare him for AS A MEMBER of the United eight tournaments, the most
karate offers more than com- the final part of his daily States Karate Association and a recent being the Atlanta Pro-Am, His quiet, self confidence
petition and even more than training-the sparring sessions, member of the board of directors where as defending champion of which was gained, he will
self-defense. which are made upofa number of of the Southeast Karate Associ- that tournament he defeated the probably tell you, from karate
It hasbeen a continual learning three-minute rounds stressing nation, Reinhardt is trying hard to number two ranked World seems mor than appropritate to
process for me," he added. He technique. It sounds strenuous, promote karate in the south so as Heavyweight contender. complement his being.

oStudent Activities adds to intramural
Fall quarter 1975 ushers in -- ben efit of those
another banner year for student Jacksonville Express Football
activities at thk, University of fans on UNF's campus, the Office
North Florida. of Student Activities is arranging
a reduced ticket price along with
The Office of Student Activities the Express general office. This
has added some intramural sports deal may be in effect by October
which ale designed to interest the for the remainder of the Express
UNF student body and faculty. home games. "
Those who are athletically
inclined now have the opportunity Students still have thee
to become superstars on a six opportunity to use such things as
man flag football team, become the poolroom, television room,
either student champ, or winner game and pingpong room, and
of the staff and faculty UNF table equipment checkout items.
tennis, play chess, golf or tennis. In December Student Activities
Extramural activities also get is planning a .unique Christmas
into the swing of things this program which according to
quarter. activity sources, is not to be
unveiled,.at this time. This may
The Office of Student Activities well be the Christma~ of all
will soon hold tryouts for the UNF Christmases on UNF's campus.
bowling team for both men and
women competing jtthe college Student activities seems to be
level. UNF will participate in the gaining much momentum, but
Southeast Region which includes there may be a few stumbling
the Universities of. Georgia, blocks along the way. At the .a Photo by mike Mlone
Florida,_ .North Carolina, and present time the coffee and Student Joe Smith utilizes one of the services available at the Student Activities Office.
Mississippi. cookies that were once served to
students bythe Student Activities
According to Mike Argento, Office, is no longer offered. 1
assistant director of the office of
student activities, an experiment A petition to be presented to
in showing daytime movies on thC UNF Student Government
campus is in the planning stages. Association is being made in the
He further added the office of student activities office, in
Student Activities is in the building, 10, so that this service
process of planning with various could be reinstated for students.
agencies an opportunity for
student travel at low or group rate Onie major problem that may
to such places as the Bahamas, raise eyebrows is, due to a budget 904/724-8889
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A merger travel option may be jeopardy. These activities have REGENCY HAREY-4VIDSON
used with .other colleges and proved to be a major unifying ACROSS FROM REGENCY HARLEY-DAVIDSON,
universities in case one particular force among students on campus.
college does not have a sufficient
number of students to make a The stage is set for an T O eel a (
trip. For example if the University enjoyable experience in student
of Florida had 10 students activities. This year may produce
planning a trip to Europe and the largest participation in
UNF had 20 taking the same trip, student activities since UNF's OPEN TILL 9PM
through a group merger agree- beginning. The Student Activities
meat between the two univer- Office believes that it is now up to
sies, a low rate group tour could the students to take advantage of
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