30 students meet with Smathers
Largest tax appropriation is Education
Smathers against student ceilings
By STEPHEN W. HOLLAND Smathers said that by capping
enrollment of the community
As the controversy over the colleges a high school graduate
question of enrollment ceilings at would have nowhere in which to
the state universities mounts, continue his education.
Secretary of State Bruce
Smathers says he would be Enrollment ceilings, said Sma-
against such a plan. others, are not a solution to the VOL. 3 NO. 3 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA OCTOBER 29, 1975
problem--they merely delay it.
"I would hate to see someone A major reason for the by successful conservation of
turned away from the educational economic plight of the State gasoline by motorists.
system," he said during an Oct. University System is a law which
20 visit to UNF. forbids the State of Florida from
spending what it does not have. "The taxes which we have to
Although Smathers doesn't "UNDER OUR constitution we support our dollars for our road
want to see anyone turned away cannot go into deficit spending system, for the transportation
from the university system he is unlike the federal government. system, is not based upon the
less concerned about the Our tax revenues have to meet all price of gasoline, but the volume.
universities capping enrollment of our expenditures," Smathers Gasoline may go up 20 per cent in
than he is about the community explained. Thus, the state has no cost but unlike the sales tax,
colleges capping enrollment. additional funds to give to the we're taxing it so many cents per
SUS. gallon, so even though the price
"I AM VERY much concerned "Of every tax dollar spent in of gasoline goes up the tax
about the community colleges, the State of Florida the largest revenues don't go up with it,"
because let's say if a person single appropriation is within the Smathers explained.
cannot get into the University of educational system, and therefore
Florida or FSU (Florida State when you talk about restricting
University) or the major institu- the state budget you can go to SMATHERS SAID that in order
tions, they still have a chance to community affairs or even the Sta rioe by osw O senm to keep up with the inflationary
go into the community colleges Department of State, and even if Secretary of State Bruce Smather apoke to a number ot ULN price of gasoline it would be
and upgrade themselves acade- you cut the budget 50 percent, it students on Oct. 20. necessary to raise the tax on
mically," he said. would just mean a couple of SOME PEOPLE, said Smathers but a lot of people are against gasoline.
million dollars. But if you cut the are for a state lottery where all gambling," said Smathers.
Educational budget back one per the revenue would go to the CASINO GAMBLING, as it is
cent you end up with a substantial educational system. being proposed now, would be
savings," Smathers said. run by private interest. Smathers He said that an additional sales
In seeking alternatives ways to "Miami and Dade County are said he would be opposed to this. tax has been criticized as being a
pump more money into the the main proponents of casino "I would very definitely be regressive tax because it would
educational system Smathers was gambling because of the decrease opposed to that, because of the hurt the poor. Even though all
asked about legalized casino in their tourist industry in Miami type of people it brings to the income groups paid the tax, a
gambling and about other Beach," he said. state and the type of results that person" from an upper income
additional tax alternatives. Governor Reubin Askew has would happen," he said, Mi bracket could pay the tax and not
Smathers said we already have taken a very strong stand against reference to the shady gangster be effected as much as a person in
pari-mutuel betting--dog tracks, gambling, said Smathers, parti- type of person sometimes a lower income bracket.
race tracks and Jai-Lai. There are cularly casino gambling and he associated with casino gambling.
two other alternatives being would veto any legislation According to Smathers there is
offered, he said. They are a proposing casino gambling. Smathers was asked about the a good chance that the legislature
lottery system, such as the one "A lot of legislators coming Governor's proposal to raise the will pass an additional luxury tax.
found in New Jersey, and the from conservative areas, pofadbly gasoline tax because of the
casino-type gambling. Duval County, are against taxes, dcline a revenues brought about Coatnued on page 2
SGA seeks facts
By BURT JORDAN IN A RELATED matter SGA
President Bill Ely and Harrison
SThe Student Government met with BOR member J.J.
Association has called for an Daniels on Oct. 13.
S investigation into the recent The meeting, according to Ely,
4. Firings of two grounds crew was to inform Daniels of the
employees and reprimands to situation at UNF and elicit his
four others.. support for Harrison's resolution.
Daniels stated that he did not
Thie Greater Jackevie Fair has left the city MA resolution introduced by have the power to superceed
d of Jacksonvlile, but, while it lasted, t Marilyn garrison at the Oct. 17 Presilent Carpenter in this
p. provided entertahnlent for man Jacsvle meeting passed by a vte f 174 matter, and because of that, he
residents. For mre photo coverage of the fir with five abstentions could not support the resolution.
tan to pages 6 and 7. THE RESOLUTION called for
the establishment of a committee election
composed of two members from SGA election
each of the three associations.
The members from each of the results are in
&associations will be appointed by
the association's presidents. Fall Quarter SGA elections
Harrison's resolution limits the were held last week, Oct. 20-22.
=-b investigation, "to establishment The election included races for
of the facts in the case and to a University Senate and the House
determination of whether or not of Representatives.
the terminations and reprimands
violated Article I of the The winners for the two Senate
Constitution of the University of seats were Burt Jordan and
North Florida." William Schrader.
The resolution sets a deadline
of Nov. 30 for the committee to House races were divided
report its findings and recom- among the colleges. In the
mendations. College of Arts and Sciences John
FOR THE COMMITTEE to be Meier ran unopposed. Mark
formed, both faculty and career Brady was also unopposed in the
S service will have to adopt similar Division of Technology.
Both associations have similar The winners of the two seats in
resolutions on their legislative the College of Business were
S calenders. According to Mike John McNeely and James Wells.
SVondolterean, president of the
career service association, the In the College of Education 13
Earliest date that the resolution candidates ran for nine vacant
could be considered is Oct. 31. seats the winners were, Patty
-... Dr. Thomas Mongar is Smith, Helen Robinson, Peggy
sponsoring the resolution in the Miller, Gary Kimball, Steve
faculty association. Mongar said Alberts, Carol Ann Burk, Biaggia
that the resolution is on the Jean Crucille, Alec Newell and
Photo by Bill Muoftd calender for the Oct. 30 meeting. Tia Stray.
October 29, 1975 THE HALYARD Page 11
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Paicic calls for SUS enrollment caps
By STEVE PAJCIC The time has come for look for ways to cut costs, even
Representative, 22nd District government to put the unassail- though sometimes these cutbacks
able myths and inefficient actually raise the level of
With the recommendation by traditions of education finance education.
the Board of Regents that funding behind it. There is a more rational At the same time, student
for the state university system be and efficient way to finance leaders send political candidates
increased by 29 per cent, it is higher education, and we should selfish threats regarding fees and
apparent we are at a real move to it. tuition. The most obnoxious letter
crossroads in our approach to ONE OF THE problems with I received in my campaign for the
eo ugs u at rr pr e et nstituti on o fihe s tde un rs t b fromd an elected f o
financing higher education. our present institution of higher H house was from an elect ed r
Last year, because of a drop in education is that too many people student body leader from our
revenue, Florida's budget actual- are going to college. With our state university system.
ly decreased from the previous current system of subsidizing THE ONLY thing he really
year for the first time since World higher education it is impossible wanted to know was my position
War II. Figures for the first to say. But I suspect too many on fees and tuition. He implied
quarter of this fiscal year show that over 100,000 students in
a st y ea. iswe n ot e w s an offer that is hard their votes on this issue alone. .
revenues to be even lower than arCollege isan offer that is hard Florida could very likely base
last year. to refuse. A student can have fun ther ts on this issu alone
It is becoming obvious the state with his peers, increase his something is wr with our
system when this is what we are
simply cannot afford such a standing in the community, and teaching our young leaders.
significant increase in the SUS the state will pick up most of the In sum, the problem is we
budget. It is not that the tab. d it th
Legislature is unwilling to And while we make it too easy spend too much, we spend it thea
allocate funds for salary increases for some students, whose parents wrong way, and we don't really
and rising operating costs. You can easily afford the minimal fees know what we're getting for it. Steve Pjcc, representative of the 22nd district
cannot appropriate money that is and tuition, we make it too The formulas currently used inth d trt
not there. Any governmental difficult for other students whose Florida for financing higher only 20 per cent of the cost, with We should calculate the cost of
body attempting to do so runs the family situation makes this education are mysterious and the state bearing up the an education in each of these
risk of encountering the same fate minimal cost a much greater confusing. The formulas do not remainder of the burden, categories, and subtract the
New York City potentially faces burden. exist in the Florida Statutes, not r Few peope oul ague that i benefit from the cost te
now -- bankruptcy. OUR PRESENT system of are they even incorporated intocost to get
This severe budget limitation financing higher education not y regulations of the Department of the state should provide an the tuition.
has prompted some to call for a causes an inefficient use of Education or Board of Regents. undergraduate and graduate In some instances, such aslaw
cap on enrollment as the only society's resources, but it also Rather, the formulas have erne the s
answer. While I do not favor any takes money from the poor and evolved over time and are passed charge. The state already collects be appro ately equal to the
such "artificial" cap on enroll- gives it to the rich. on primarily by word of m outh some tuition from college tcostinc there is n ittle pubicr
ien tis ics the teBoar higher edof Reg s from the old experts to the new students. benefit of increased higher
fini this necessary aes a n The money for higher educa- oes Once we admit the state should education in this area.
emergency stop-gap measure for tion comes almost entirely from not pay all the cost, we must tqy to IN OTHER AREAS, such as
the upcoming fiscal year. But i our state tax system. Despite FUNDING FOR the university find some rational principle for liberal arts, the tuition might be
feel the long-range answer is to some recent reforms, this tax system is based on a few dividing the cost between state greater than it is now, but still
restructure the methods and system is still very regressive. In fundamental principles. Actual subsidy and student tuition n. We less than the cost. In a category
formulas by which we finance therwordthe lower a person's enrollment is onefactor. The should not arbitrarily set student such as medicine, the tuition may
higher education. income, the moreof itthatgoesto other is the cost of educating fees and tuition at what we feel be close to zero. It would be in the
higher educationstat taxes. enrolled students. This cost is the traffic will bear and then have public interest to pay part of the
THE AMERICAN approach to Thus, the money for financing determined from a historical point the state pick up the rest of the cost of books or room and board in
higher education presents a- higher education comes mostly of view. One example is that tab. order to encourage more students
peculiar paradox. The 'basic from the poor and middle classes. agricultural professors are paid THE BENEFITS of a higher to enter the field of medicine.
purpose ofhigher education is to In contrast, a disproportionate more than all other professors education can be divided into two After the state calculations set
inspre reason in our society. Yet percentage of our college except law professors. broad categories -- public benefits the tuition, individuals calcula-
reason has never really been students come from relatively In 'an oversimplification of the and private benefits. The goal of tions will more efficiently
applied to the questions of to more affluent homes. Although funding formula, the state our system should be to make the determine who goes to college,
what extent we should subsidize: this is not necessarily the case at multiplies the average historical public subsidy equal to the public where he goes, and what he
higher education and in what UNF, it is at some of the state's cost per student by current benefit. We can then let free studies. Each student can
way. larger universities. enrollment, and then increases market forces determine how compare the value of the
The Florida system of financing PUBLIC OFFICIALS often are this figure to cover inflation and many young people go to college education, to the tuition, or
higher education at our state reluctant to raise questions about merit pay raises. and where they go. residual cost, of that education.
universities is antiquated and the institution of higher education After taking into account One goal of our state university This new system of higher
inefficient, just like the systems Education is thought to be one of funding available from' other system should be to increase the education finance would almost
of most other states. those heavenly goods. Like- suitces, prima ily fees and number of qualified persons to fill surely raise tuition, but this does
patriotism, apple pie and tuition, the state then appropri- needed positions in our state. For not mean that poor students
motherhood, a good American ates the amount necessary to instance, at one time Florida had opportunity in higher education,
ar never raises questions about any over the cost of educating all the a shortage of teachers; now the the state will have to dramatically
sc. Prof them. students enrolled in the system. crucial shortage is of doctors. expand its scholarship and loan
r w r r This mythologicalaura sur- There is no systematic attempt to To implement a benefit-based program.
Editor ndeneral Maner This bo aura sur-
rounding higher education has justify the appropriation in terms funding formula, we must divide AS A BEGINNING principle,
Adunt Prof. ut... caused arrogance among educa- of benefit to the state. higher education into appropriate loan money should be made
xerive dtor caused arrogance among educa- IT TAKES A lot of state money formula, we must divide higher compltely availabletostudents
ors and students. Too often, to finance our university system -- education into appropriate cate- to offset the cost of tuition
professors and administrators almost V3 of a billion dollars per gories, such as lower level, and other necessary college
Drew Brunson* ...Managing Editor feel put upon when they have to year. The average student pays undergraduate, upper level
majors and graduate school expenses.
Stephen iW. Hoga~nd.News Editoro discipline. We should then Thus, in the short run, the state
S W calculate the state benefit in each _may end up spending almost as
John Cescone-Production Manager cat much through loans as it now
SM e o BENEFITS, "such as spends through direct subsidies.
Mike Malone........hoto Editor 6026 M errill Rd. & cultural enrichment, are primarily However, in the long run, the
a function of the number of state should regain most of this
nWhrto........AdManage 1634 Bland ing Blvd. schools. Other benefits, such as money.
Burt Jordan..... usiness Manager research, are a function of the More importantly, the student
Staff and 080 Old StAugustine R number of quality of the will be responsible for the cost of
Staffand 6080 Old St.Augustine Road professors. Benefits such as his education. He will not take
increased employment is needed lightly the decision about whether
Columnists GRAND OPENING occupations, are primarily related to go to college, and he will work
Michael Baiey Miguel Carbonetti to the number of pupils. harder once he is.there.
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Venture theatre plugs in stage lights
from "birth" to expulsion from beauty is that she is only
UNF's Venture Theater will the Garden of Eden. Passionella during the hours
between the six o'clock news and
plug in the stage lights for the The second offering comes t en te sx o'clock n
first time this season Nov. 14. from the pen of Frank R. the late show.
Stockton. "The Lady or the The theme that strings the
Under the direction of Dr. Jane Tiger," is set in a semi-barbaric show together is identity. The
Decker, the Venture Theater will kingdom, the actor who played characters, and possibly the
present, "The Apple Tree, a Adam in the first play becomes a audience, will go through a series
musical that played Broadway in ando oldr and now of changes. THE PLAY is
1967. handsome soldier and Eve is now he
."The AppleTree," wasao a beautiful princess. The evil scheduled to run on the two
"The Apple Tree," ris weored snake, Snake, shows up to.open week-ends before Thanksgiving.
by Jerry Bck and the lyrics were and close the act as a detached The dates are Nov. 14 and 15,
written by Sheldon Harnick. The balladeer. then Nov. 21 and 22. Assisting
play consists of three one-act The show closes with a Jules Decker in production are Bill
plays; each written originally as a Feiffer story, Passionella. This is Brown, as vocal director; Bill
short story. a, modern version of the Kroner, choreographer; and Dee
THE OPENING one-act is, Cinderella myth. A down-trodden Stockton, technical director.
"The Diary of Adam and Eve," mop woman becomes a gorgeous
written by Mark Twain. The plot movie star. The hitch to her "The Apple Tree," begins the
line follows our Biblical'parents third year of the UNF Venture is f
Theater. The first production was t
Sh i :"The Visit," followed by the
Cheap thrills travelling "Comedia Troupe," Staff Photo by Mike Malone
and a Jean-Paul Sartre version of Cast members [I-r Trina Wharton, Harold Morgan and Bill Kroner,
OCT. 29 Movie "Battleship Potemkin" at the Regency Square Trojan Women." cavort during a rehearsal for "The Apple Tree."
Branch Library. 4:00 P.M. and 7:15 P.M. FREE d fo rd i
OCT. 30 and NOV. 1 Play "Children's Hour" at the J.U. Swisher Redford is innocent victim
Auditorium. 8:00 P.M. Students with ID's $1.50, adults $2.50. By HAROLD MORGAN wall of her apartment. They are of mysteries, among other things,
lonely shots of a New York for the Company. Perhaps
OCT. 31 Movie "The Last Picture Show" Building 9 Auditorium. November. While the characters because of what he read on the
7:45 P.M. FREE1 "Three Days of the Condor," is
a rare species of film making. It is make love, the camera swings job he got into trouble. Perhaps
OCT. 31 Planetarium Show "War of the Worlds" at the Children's a good spy-mystery movie. The discretely around them. One by because hehas read, he knows
Museum. 6:00 P.M. til "The Bewitching Hour." $1.25 casts boasts Robert Redford, one the stark black and white how plots can thicken in most
Faye Dunaway and Max Von photos flash onto the screen. suspected ways. This is a good
Sydow in the lead roles. They Lonely trees communing with the chance for murder mystery fans
NOV. 1 & 2 Show of Sale of Glass used during the Depression at the respond to the demanding rain. to see how another afficianado of
Jacksonville Beach Auditorium. Nov. 1 10:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. occasion with strong character the genre react in the most tense
Nov. 2 10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. $1.00 Donation. acting. The movie is now playing Morning comes. Another moments of life.
at the Expressway Cinema I. attempt is made on Turner's life.
NOV. 1 Movie "Dakota Kid" featuring Roy Barcroft, cartoon, and The plot thickens. THE STORY glides on swift
Wild West Adventure featuring Hopalong Cassidy. Children's The time is now, the place is strokes. It swoops and feigns. It
Museum. 11:00 A.M. FREE New York City. The plot is not "Condor" is somewhat of a dives with a predators cold blood.
new or inventive, an innocent reflexive story. Turner is a reader Like a Condor.
NOV. 5 Movie-Hitchcock's "The 39 Steps" at the Regency Square man is suddenly the center of
Branch Library. 4:00 P.M. and 7:15 P.M. FREE murder and CIA. operations.
Redford, as Joe Turner, returns Dracula is weak
NOV. 6 FJC Symphonic Band at the Civic Auditorium Theatre. 8:15 to his office with lunch, buta ea
P.M. FREE everyone is dead. Turner is only a By DOUG SHAVER Unfortunately for the rest of the
NOV. 6 Sound/Light Concert (Hoskins-Barrett) at the J.U. low priority book worm for the cast, their lines just did not give
Recital Hall. 8:00 p.m. FREE "Company," a neutering lable "Count Dracula," the Alham- them much with which to work.
for the CIA. He has' no idea why bra Dinner Theatre's current Jim Peck made the sanatorium
NOV. 6,7,i Play "Major Andre", a Bicentennial play by 'the all his friends 'have been production, is well acted and well director, Dr. Seward, seem like a
Players-by-the-Sea. 8:15 each evening: $2.00 murdered, but suspects the directed. If the play had been well nice but uninteresting fellow --
killers were expecting him to be written, this would have been a and Gerald Richards gave us a
NOV. 7 Horror Movie "The Haunting" in the UNF Building 9 there also. good show. But it wasn't, so it fairly engaging Van Helsing, the
Auditorium. 7:45 P.M. FREE isn't. vampire expert. But there wasn't
AFTER MUCH running and a much else they could do with the
NOV. 8 Movie "Attack of the Crab Monsters" at the Children's couple of phone calls to his boss, Ted Tiller is the playwright who roles.
Museum. Also a short subject, and Wild West Adventure with Hopa he arranges a meeting under tried to adapt Branm Stoker's
long Cassidy. 11:00 A.M. FREE stressed terms. Turner still fears novel, "Dracula," to the stage. Top billing for this bonus has to
for his life. And well he may. One gets the impression he was go to Ham Waddell. His impish
NOV. 10 Freiburg Baroque Soloists at the South Campus of FJC, attempting a serious drama at Igor was better than anything in
Main Auditorium. 11:10 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. FREE The plot takes many obvious first, decided it would not work, Tiller's work.
turns. Double, triple, even and tried to make a comedy out of
NOV. 11 Veteran's Day Parade. Forms at 9:30, and marches at single-agents pop up. it is it. He ended with a script that is Waddell, by the way, is the
10:30 A.M. Duval Street. "random selection" that makes neither good drama nor good Alhambra's set designer. His
Faye Dunaway, as Kathy, comedy. consistently creative work rarely
NOV. 12 Movie "My Man Godfrey" with William Powell and Carol Turner's kidnap victim. He's just gets due recognition from
Lombard at the Regency Square Branch Library. 4:00 P.M. anid 7:15 a scared man looking for a good Director Jim Way and the cast audiences, and it's about time he
P.M. FREE hiding place. Boy, does he find did what they could with it, and got a chance to share the
one. they managed to provide some limelight -- even if he did have to
NOV. 13 Freiburg Baroque Soloists at the Civic Auditorium occasionally entertaining scenes. disguise himself to do it.
Theatre. 8:15 P.M. $3.00 Ms. Dunaway always seems to Phil Pleasants is reasonably
be a boon companion for some amusing as Count Dracula; but Local actor Troy Roberts made
Children's Museum Planetarium Showsl The next few weeks celluloid desparado. From "Bon- the most entertaining perform- a good appearance as the
Feature "But, Mr. Spock, if it's Thursday this must be Mars". nie and Clyde," to "Chinatown," ances on stage were given in Frankenstein monster; and
Regular shows are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 4:00 P.M. she's always damel supporting roles. Alhambra owner Ted Johnson's
Friday shows are at 4:00 and 8:00 P.M. Saturday shows are at 2:30, hard man to make. In "Condor," ten-year-old son was admirable as
4:00, and 9:00 P.M., and Sunday shows are at 2:30, 4:00, and 8:00 she displays a real talent for the Two local actors, Mardie Kelly a ghoulish dwarf.
P.M. Each show lasts about 45 minutes. Prices for afternoon shows: part. Like John Wayne plays a and Ernest Goldsmith, share the
Adults-S1.00, Children-S.75. Evenings: Everyone $1.25. Cosmic good cowboy. Her. character is top honors with John McPeak. There were some offstage
Concerts at the Children's Museum Planetarium are on Saturday given more depth than usual and Kelly, as a maid in the performances which were at
nights following the 9:00 Planetarium show. November's feature is she makes the most of it. But sanatorium where most of the times more entertaining that what
"The Light Fantastic". Eveyone $1.25 really, Patty Hearst aside, how action occurs, did not always was on the stage. The theater
many abductees slide into bed project well opening night; but management drafted some extra
BE FRUGAL!!!!!! with their abductors. she was good when one could talent to wander among the
hear her. Goldsmith delivers audience before the play and
Let us review Redford's some very funny lines with a fine during intermissions, decked out
[ESE/ PC tS characters. He has an image to Cockney dialect. McPeak is very as creatures from other horror
keep up. The plot, if not his agent convincing as an insane man who classics.
demands he make it into bed at may not be so crazy after all. Unfortunately this show did not
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October 29, 1975 THE HALYARD Page 5
Headaches relieved with aid of electromiogram
By FRANK E. STANFIELD imagining himself floating
weightlessly in space. Another
Students who suffer from method is for the person to
tension headaches may now get a imagine himself laying on the w ,
chance to fight back, not with beach in the sun.
drugs, but with brain power
instead. Research indicates that within
two months subjects should be
Assistant Professor of Psycho- able to control their headaches
logy, Dr. Jack Hartje, is currently without the EMG machine, and
recruiting volunteer subjects who past experiments show that the
suffer from headaches, for an technique stays with the subjects.
experiment using biofeedback to
control headache pain. "OUR CULTURE goes in for
the natural way now," said
SUBJECTS WILL be connected Hartje, "and what could be more
to a machine, known as an natural than controlling your
electromiogram (EMG), that headaches yourself without hav-
gives the subject constant muscle ing to resort to medicine."
tension feedback by making
clicking noises in the subject's According to Hartje, past
headset, and with a moving research indicates a high
needle on the front of the mafiine correlation of success in using
biofeedback to control such bodily Dr. Jack H e places biofeedback probes on assistant Sndy Leach. Staff Photo by Frank Stanfeld
The subjects are then trained in functions as controlling bloodSay
relaxation techniques and are told pressure, body temperature and DESPITE THE positive data, his own time. He will be using For now however, his main
to use whatever method works other bodily functions previously and Hartje's own confidence, volunteer aides and subjects as concern is obtaining volunteer
best for them, to reduce the believed to be involuntary Hartje still works within the well as the psychology depart- subjects, and his final piece of
number of clicks heard in the functions. conservative framework of the ment's equipment. equipment -- a recliner chair for
headset. Once the tension is scientist and adds that much of the subjects to relax in.
reduced, so are the headaches. Hartje cited one example of a the data is new and is sometimes
scientist who trained a rat to limited when it comes to PERSONS INTERESTED in
Lab assistants will play cassette lower the temperature of one ear biofeedback. If the experiment proves to be volunteering for the experiment
tapes teaching various relaxation lobe and raise the temperature of successful Hartje may apply for a should contact Dr. Hartje at the
techniques to the students. One the other. Hartje will be conducting the grant and perhaps even set up a psychology department office
method involves the student experiment with no funds, and on clinic. in building ten, ext. 2808.
Do nothing and relax Board selects Medlin
away from work byy mixing He said that at the same time'
By ROBERT T. THOMASON "busnes" with our pleasure. UNF student Bill Medlin was tuition and book costs increase,
Campus Minister (My summer "vacation" included we student gedin wass.e
On the wall over my desk has teres th cam inie appointed to the Florida Post- classes are getting larger and
an ts e p oer tm delsk hans interviews with campus ministers secondary Education Commission professors' work loads are
a simple poster that declares, in California and Oregon and this past summer. increasing.
"Sometimes I sits and thinks and attendance at a national confer- tis past su e r
sometimes I just sits." I hung it ence in Colorado.) MEDLIN ALSO said that
there to remind myself and others We are losing the values of The commission provides input MEDLIN ALSO sad t
of our need for reflection and reflection and relaxation (liter- from the postsecondary system to enrollment caps seem to be of
even "nothing doing." ally, becoming "loose"). We the Commissioner of Education, major concern. Figures presented
We are a nation of activists. We desperately need to find times Ralph Turlington. by chancellor York at the firs
must constantly be engaged in just to sit and think -- without a meeting show that SUS enroll-
doing something, from the book in our hands or a set of THE COMMISSION is com- lent has increased 40 per cent
moment we awake in themoriiing b' ones: i our head. And posed of representatives of .the while the budget has increased by
(to the sound of the day's news sometimes wve need to sit and do SUS, community. colleges, private only two per cent.
from our clock radios) until we fall nothing. universities, faculty, students,
asleep at night (sometimes Trn it You may discover that and state legislative officials. Medlin said, "The University
asleep at night (sometimes Try it. You may discover that of North Florida, from what I can
counting sheep). We have even your doing will then become less
experimented with playing tapes compulsive and more purposive. R d~ T. O Medlin said he believes find out, is not in too bad a shape
students' major concerns are right now, but it is just a matter of
while we sleep to learn a foreign tuition increases, class size and time before it catches up with us
language. reduction of the activity and also."
OUR PLAY and relaxation "a service fees. The last being of
our "time off" -- sometimes more concern to student body When asked what he will
becomes almost frenetic. We presidents than to students as a recommend to the commission,
measure our vacations by how whole. Medlin said that he had a couple
many miles we traveled. (Would of recommendations but at this
you believe that my family and I Medlin said that he is time he was not really prepared to
drove 10,300 miles on our concerned "that students are go into them.
summer vacation?) And we often paying more and getting less."
feel that we have to justify time
EDITOR: EDITOR: because one is inexperienced is
During the past twelve years, the same as saying that one are dissatisfied with their boss or
In the October 15 Halyard, a much of my life has been devoted should not take shorthand courses with their work they should find
letter appeared condemning an to the Theatre in some capacity. because one does not know the some other work..."
advertisement that purportedly And in that time I have heard characters.
specialized in academic cheating. literally thousands of complaints
about the dearth of live Theatre in True, the play was not As employees at the universA,y,
The paper was chastised for not the Jacksonville area. I think one well-produced, and true, my we think that it was a very
considering the moral rightness of the reasons for such a lack of analogy is not the best, but the unintelligent answer coming from
Lor wrongness of allowing such an Dramatic Endeavors in this area point was made. Until construc- the head of the university. Due to
ad to be published in a paper that was demonstrated in the tive criticism can be offered, and, his intelligence and position he
serves the very institution HALYARD of October 15, 1975. believe it or not, most actors and should have made a better
supposedly about to be cheated of JASON KARLE reviewed the directors welcome constructive statement than the one he made.
its function. Orange Park Players production criticism, perhaps the HALYARD After all sometimes the boss is as
UNFORTUNATE WORDING in of "Come Blow Your Horn" and should stick to school affairs. wrong as an employee. In other
Tthe letter leaves the impression showed such a lack of Theatre has enough problems in words, he is saying he is not
that the most serious wrong was understanding of the real this town without psuedo-Rex available to help solve problems
the Halyard's openness, ...ser- meaning of Community Theatre Reeds taking potshots at that might occur at the university.
Tously consider whether it is that I question his qualifications something they don't understand. If that's the way he feels he
T morally right for the Halyard to for the job of critic. I take a direct should be replaced. He doesn't
openly flaunt the entire intellect- quote from his review, "...the MARY ELLEN C. WOFFORD have the university at heart. After
E ual enterprise in such an open place to learn acting is in a drama Student all his and our salaries are paid by
manner." school, not on stage." Comm- the taxpayers. Also that is part of
for d itHbe lss morallwrong unity Theatre is a learning his job to help solve any problems
Halyard to promote experience, much the same that might occur.
cheating in a less open manner? manner as Educational Theatre.
One cannot say with absolute It is open to communities on the In regards to the statement that After all the bosses can't
certainty the Halyard does same basis as the community was made by Pres. Thomas maintain the entire university.
condor myself, I would rather ating, buthe school system, and to say that one Carpenter concerning the ground
formyself, would rather tak the should not appear on stage crew grievances. "...If employees THE CUSTODIAL WORKERS
risk, that any reasonable free
society must incur on its morals Letters to the editor are encouraged. Material that is libelous or in poor taste will not be
by openness, than to accept the All letters must be typed and double-spaced and Th YARD reeves the right to edit letters
notion that immorality hidden is the HALYARD must be supplied with two copies. although such letters wl nrt be printed until
somehow not so immoral after all. No anonymous letters will be printed, although approval has been obtained from the author.
ANTHONY SIDDELL names will be withheld upon request. Please include The opinions expressed in letters to the editor do
ANTHONY E. SIDDELL name, address and'phone number so that each letter not necessarily represent the opinions .of the
Student may be authenticated. HALYARD or its staff#.
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things anybody would'xWant Tequila to do. Tequila S u
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Page 4 THE HALYARD October 29, 1975
THE HALYARD .' )a. W
Asmeo *W. lef A ResS.dh and Oanerl Ma w -Ae /
Adjurm fto.f W skun-x...Eecu.-ed Ahern
Caps: a bad ,idea
Excluding students from state universities and from
community colleges is not the answer to Florida's
Florida is facing a problem of high unemployment,
unemployment which exceeds the national average. As ON L"
people lose their jobs, many look toward the
universities and community colleges in which to learn I
new skills and to earn a degree which will make them
more salable in the job market.
IT IS much cheaper to further a person's education
than to pay unemployment compensation and welfare.
If enrollment is curtailed at the universities, Do you have reservations?
legislators must consider the impact that recent high _. ,
school graduates, who cannot get into community A ll
college or the SUS, will have on the job market. And if All three Coleges pl
enrollment caps were extended for any length of time
the already over-taxed job market would be hopelessly DR. RICHARD BIZOT A & S 137
flooded. Associate Professor of Literature Business 99
There are alternatives to capping enrollments. Contrary to what many people (including some
Legislators can raise additional taxes through UNF administrators) say and think, the holder of a The percentages of reporting graduates who have
inreasin corporate income tax. bachelor's degree in business administration may been placed are these:
g c have negligible advantage, when it comes to
THE FOUR per cent sales tax can be raised to five post-graduation placement, compared with the A & S 82%
per cent; or should legislators feel that the tax would be holders of bachelor's degrees in arts and sciences or Business 87%
too regressive, in that it would be an unfair burden on in e ast is my conclusion after examining Educatin 77%
Ihat, at least, is my conclusion after examining
the poor, a tax on luxury items might be more feasible. follow-up studies which the UNF placement office There is one other category which must be taken
into ~cnsideration before percentage figures are
A luxury tax could be imposed on alcoholic beverages has made of recent UNF graduates. frankly entirely meaningful This category consists of th
and cigarettes. As both items are not essentials of life, because Iwa tired of hearing, from students an small number of graduates who identify themselves
the tax would be a fairer form of taxation and would especially from administrators, about the special as not seeking employment:
tend to place the burden on the middle and upper hardships which supposedly confront the graduates A & S 4
income brackets. of my college, arts and sciences. Business 1
No one denies that jobs in general are hard to Education 11
If the legislators are reluctant to impose new taxes come by these days; but I was disturbed by the Since these individuals have not sought placement,
because of their politically damaging ramifications, suggestion that arts and sciences graduates are -either through employment or further education,
then perhaps a state lottery system or legalized casino peculiarly disadvantaged as compared with their their numbers should be subtracted from the figures
ambling would be more feasible solution counterparts from the other two colleges. I was previously established for repot graduates. The
gamblingskeptical that it was so. My skepticism, it turns out, sums arrived at by such subtraction are these:
But, it is certain that the SUS must not implement a was well founded. A & S 133
program of enrollment ceilings. And the Florida The studies I started with, based on data Buin 98
legislators must provide additional funds to permit the accumulated through many hours of work by Figuring percentages according to these figures
free flow of qualified students to the SUS. placement office staff members, dealt with UNF yields what I take to be the most useful percentages
graduates in three consecutive quarters: December of graduates "placed"; viz:
1974, March and June 1975. I found it necessary to A &S -85%
Uas olin tax unf a r make some corrections and adjustments in the data -Bu 8A
asoe ax ur supplied me. The names of a handful of graduates Education 84%
had not shown up in the original studies. I added
Florida Governor Reubin Askew is now proposing to these. A very few graduates were incorrectly Th differenesher I submit, are negligible.
tax the citizens of Florida for successfully conserving categorized by college. I corrected these errors. MY UE OFnces ment da is am itedly jt one
trolum product. THE MAJOR adjustment I made was to separate M USE OF placement data is admittedly just one
petroleum products the recipients of bachelor's degrees from the of many possible uses And th data themselves are
Sw a s .recipients of master's degrees. Since all of the arts relatively limited, to begin with, in what they can
"As we are successful in conservation...there has and sciences graduates for the three quarters in reveal. Placed, for example, is a generously
been a drop in the volume of gasoline sold, which in -question had received BA degrees, the only defined category.
turn has resulted in a substantial drop in revenues," he meaningful comparison I could make -- according to includes
said and added that this might keep Florida from Department of Mathematics statisticians Pat Bond It includes some (not a lot, but some) people with
saidand Bill Wilson -- was among bachelor's degree part-time employment. It also includes the BBA in
matching federal funding. recipients from the three colleges. Insurance who works as a waiter, the BAE in
Elementary Education who works as a retail clerk,
THIS IS, or should be, unthinkable. There are UNF awarded 508 bachelor's degrees during the and the BA in Psychology who works as a key-punch
certainly better ways to fill the state coffers than to three quarters, distributed as follows: operator. "Placed" does not ndte how happy an
penalize a conservation program. A & S 171 I should add a cautionary word about how the
Business 133 percentages above may not legitimately be used. It
It appears as if Askew is following the maxim of Education 204 would be tempting to subtract these percentages
"damned if you do, and damned if you don't." The number of graduates "placed" (employed or (85%, 88%, 84%) from 100% in the interest of
If the state must raise funds to match federal monies, continuing their education or both) was 311, arriving at unemployment percentages. Tempting,
altenatiesosaassaxusoulbe sdera ned. distributed in this manner: perhaps, but inappropriate.
alternatives to a gas tax should be considered. THE UNF placement percentages are based on
THERE EXISTS the possibility of higher luxury taxes A & S 113 information gathered, for the most part, within a
or a five per cent, rather than a four per cent sales tax. Business 86 relatively short time following each of the three
A higher tax on xury ems would place more of the Education 112 graduations. There is no efficient means of updating
A higher tax on luxury items would place more of the that information.
burden on the middle and upper income brackets and a On a percentage basis this comes to the following: It may safely be assumed that a considerable
higher sales tax would be a more equitable method of A & S 66% number of those who identified themselves as
unemployed have gained employment since they
financing. Business 65% were last contacted. In some cases the last contact
Another, controversial possibility, is the institution of Education 55% was more than eight months ago. Thus the UNF
a state lottery and/or casino gambling. BASING percentages on the total number of percentages may not legitimately be compared with,
IF THE state legalized this type of recreation, graduates, however, is somewhat misleading. It for example, national or local unemployment rates
additional sources of revenue would be derived which does not take into consideration the substantial determined by other means.
would attract more tourists to Florida, assuring more numter of graduates regarding whom no y may however, be compared with
information has been obtained. These are the "no They may, however, be compared with
jobs for a heavily dependent tourist industry, information" figures, by college: themselves. That is really the only point I wish to
jos make: the percentages for the three colleges, having
Of course, there will be controversy surrounding any A & S 34 been arrived at by the same means, may be
decision of this type. But, it is necessary to consider all Business 34 compared with each other. The conclusion I come to,
the possibilities rather than to penalize people for Education- 59 when I make that comparison, is that there is no
conserving a vanishing source of energy. Subtracting these figures from the total number of basis for thinking that the graduates of any one of
.---- graduates produces these figures for reporting the three colleges hold an appreciable advantage
Editorials are te eplai of the Halyard Editorial Board, sned graduates: when it comes to placement.
bd..m, .it the mi na ot the writer only.
Page 2 THE HALYARb October 29, 1975
Carpenter.P onro ll ont cans detrimental
By THOMAS G. CARPENTER
By THOMAS G. CARPENTERsit have not made it. majority of the students are not
oPresdent, University of IF WE WERE able to eligible for assistance through
In recent weeks t ia accurately predict academic most of the aid programs and only
station faweekg the fiscal performance and if we could a relatively small part of this
situation facing the State
universities has assumed cris control career choices and thus group would not be seriously
priversities ha as sumed crisis student course programs without impacted by a substantial
proportions, at least in the minds unduly restricting individual increase in fees. Most students
of many, since the proposed freedom, then we would possess are already sacrificing financially
adjustment involves a limitation effective tools for reducing costs in order to attend college. Their
on enrollment in the nine and improving efficiency. We do costs, just as the institutions',
institutions. not have these tools. are rapidly increasing and
Another obvious adjustment to Another way to reduce the part-time jobs are becoming
money problems would be a shortage of funds is to require scarcer.
substantialoincrease in fees students to bear a larger portion IF OUR argument that the
which,although it has not been of the costs of their education, people in general are the
proposed, would in all likelihood t This approach has the effect of principal beneficiaries of public
generate a similar level of relieving the taxpayer of the higher education is valid, then it
consternation and opposition. staff Photo by ay Robison burden of some orallofthe would be a tragic loss to society to
FOR THOSE of us directly Dr. Thomas G. Carpenter, president of UNF. increased appropriation and at dimini i the potential of many
involved in the universities, implemented in Florida some cent of the State's population the same time pricing a number individuals simply because they
neither of these alternatives is twenty years ago when the public registered for one or more of students out of higher could not afford it personally.
desirable for they conflict with community college program was courses in the System. It can education. In summary, we view this
philosophies we have supported initiated to provide post-high hardly be said that we are We have always felt that a economic situation as a crisis for
for many years. We should school educational opportunities educating too many people -- on student should not be prevented public higher education. We do
realize, however, that our within commuting distance of the contrary, there are undoubt- from attending a university solely appreciate the enormous problem
position is not universally almost every person in the State. edly many among the 98+ per because of economic reasons, it presents to the public and to the
endorsed nor is our financial AT THE SAME time the cent of the population not This goal has been achieved for a Legislature and sincerely hope
problem perceived by everyone to University System began its enrolled who could benefit the significant portion of the student that reasonable solutions can be
be more serious than that expansion from three institutions. State if they became students in body for which financial aid is reached before next year.
affecting a great number of public to the present nine plus a number our universities. available. Unfortunately the
and private enterprises. of centers and other off-campus On the other hand, there is
Under these circumstances, we operations. undoubted validity in the
are attempting to explain our Today there are more students argument that some students 3 3, t5 j00 4i
predicament and alert the public enrolled at the third largest should not be in college at all and
to the probability of enrollment institution in the State University even that some courses or
limitations. The State Legislature System than there were in the programs should not be offered at lad
will ultimately determine our total System twenty years ago. some institutions. Such an
future course of action. The community colleges have approach would certainly reduce
The concept of providing as grown even more dramatically, expenses for the State and the S c h o la r s h ip s
much education for as many Public higher education has been students, however it would incur,
qualified persons who can perceived to be an investment by in our opinion, nonmeasurable Over $33,500,000 unclaimed scholarships, grants, aids, and
effectively use it at a cost within society and we believe it has been but significant social costs. fellowships ranging from $50 to $10,000. Current list of
the reach of most citizens is not a sound investment for our State. We have not yet achieved the these sources researched and compiled as of Sept. 15, 1975.
unique to Florida nor is it a degree of sophistication in our
uniquevto Florida nor is itl a Florida has, for some years, evaluation methods which would UNCLAIMED SCHOLARSHIPS
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which evolved soon after World most progressive states in the reasonable accuracy, who will and
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"I think there is a good Also, thelocations, the tuition people who would hve I
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taxes on liquor and cigarettes," student financial aid have led us college by several of the more I
Smathers aid. to feel we have a very effective common admission criteria have Address
delivery system, although in the not only succeeded in earning
SMATHERS indicated that as absence of the current economic degree but have gone on to it
the election year approaches situation it could be, and probably become more productive citizens (California residents please add 6% sales tax.)
legislators are reluctant to pass should be, expanded. as a result of their additional
new taxes and will select taxes THE STATE University System education. others, of course,
which have the least impact on is probably a victim of its own
the voters pocket book. success. While total enrollment
Asked if the enrollment caps has grown at an average rate of an k
were planned as early as a year about 6,000 students per year for
ago, because of the rise in tuition the past 15 years, we still have Y u n iv ersi B n
rates of as much as 15 percent, only a little more than one per
and because of the state's abOOOOOOOto 000
withdrawing of 12 percent of its 0 aM o i
support. Smathers said the dieh er a
legislators recognized what they differe tekingrvice
were doing. Smathers added that C m ple
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students, faculty, career
activities affectag the univer. *l .- F. ,
12 THE HALYARD October 29, 1975
Course develops insight
Notes & Biefs
Undecided or dissatisfied with effective career decisions," said tests are given on skills and
your career choices UNF's Betsy Laseter, program interests, with a correlation of the
your carder choice? UNF's co-director, necessary college expenses.
hcounselg department might Intramural bowling at Jax Lanes
have the answer.
hey have designed a six-week "Inadequate and inaccurate EXPLORING SELF and BOWLING for the Fall and Winter Quarters began on October 16,
course to help the student in self-knowledge combined with Careers also endeavors to teach intramural bowling is held at Jax Lanes on the Arlington
developing a better understand- inadequate and inaccurate occu- the student to use sources Expressway.
ing of themselves and the world national information tend to make available to job-seekers through
of work.career decisions extremely diff- local,state and national channels, U N Ffaculty readPopCulturepapers
cult." said Laseter.
"LEARNING TO integrate
themselves and the world of work Faculty members from UNF attended the Popular Culture
by developing their self-concept To help the student develop Laseter said this information Conference which was in Tampa in October.
into a vocational self-concept will their self-concept with regard to a .will help the students acquire a
enable the student to make more specific occupation, a battery of Imore accurate self-knowledge Dr. Cherrill P. Heaton, Associate professor of business
concerning their occupation communications and english, spoke on "Bluegrass Banjo" and gave
choice and help them to learn to a demonstration.
UNFma gets W white papers ke more rational and effective
U N F gets W white pa ers decisions. Dr. Gary Harmon, chairperson of the department of language and
The University of North Florida literature, delivered a paper titled "Modernism and the Popular
The University of North Florida is better for Miss White having -C orrick ueJ Arts: Metamorphosis of a Cultural Sensibility?"
received its first collection of been here." C OT ck u
personal papers October 14. Stewart, a relative of White,
The papers were those of Miss said that he was sure she would tovice-presider Allen Tilley, assistant DrE e ant professor of English presented two
Earth M.M. White, a longtime have wanted that papers to go to I -p e ident1 papers: "The Counterculture Trickst"presenteahing Modal
Jacksonville resident and nation- UNF. Theory with Popular Fiction."
ally renowned educator. "She would be happy that the Dr. George W. Corrick, Dean ofeory w opuar tion.
The decision to give the papers university would be making the University Advancement at UNF,
to UNF was made by the Board of papers available," Stewart said. has been promoted to the position Dr. Steve DeLue, assistant professor of political science,
directors of the Clara White of Vice President of University presented a paper, "The Imagery of Restoration in Contemporary
Directors ofssion, the sole beneficiary White Covingtse belonged to Dr Daniel Relations. American Politics," and participated in a panel, "Political
Mission, the sole beneficiary of praise belonged to Dr. Daniel Perspectives on the Study of Popular Culture" at the Popular
Whtestrl Schafer, associate professor of NFPei tPerspectives on the Study of Popular Culture" at the Popular
White's trust. Schafer, associate professor of UNF President Thomas G. Culture Association of the South meeting in Tampa.
Annie B. Covington of the history at UNF, because he did Carpenter said that Corrick's
Atlantic Bans,heholder of most of thework and recognized duties will primarily remainthe Kuthiala speaks on small families
White's trust, one of 'the the material worthy of saving, same, but his title is now that of
executors of/the estate said the
papers were given to UNF on a S.chafer said the papers his counterparts within the State Dr. S.K. Kuthiala, associate professor of Sociology, was
perpetual loan status since they included letters, pictures and University System. As key scheduled to speak on the "Concept of Small Family Norm and
would not generate any income personal possessions of White advisor to the President, Corrick How to Encourage Its' Growth Among the Indigents" at the
and would be of little value to the and would suffer an insight to the will continue to advise Carpenter University Hospital on Oct.20
mission. Afro-American experience from on matters pertaining to
The two other executors of the 1890's until the present, long-term University develop-' C b l
White's estate are Congressman ment. Dr. Corrick also deals with Sailing Club to hold classes
Charles E. Bennett and William The papers include over 1,000 public relations, publications,
B. Stewart, president emeritus of items and will be catalogued development, and alumni ser- THE SAILING CLUB will hold sailing classes on Nov. 1 at the
Edward Waters College. within the next year. After they vices. Jacksonville Rudder Club. Anyone interested in joining the Sailing
In making the presentation have been catalogued they will be Robinson, associate dean of the Club should contact Ron Socha at 646-2781.
Bennett said that, "the whole city available for use by all students. College of Education, Chairman
of the UNF Department ofto Who's Who
Administration and Supervision,ch named to Who's Who
and professor of education, has
been designated to become dean William J. Roach, associate professor of journalism and
Sof the College of Education upon communications, has been selected for inclusion in "Who's Who in
the retirement of incumbentDean the South and Southwest." Roach is already listed in "Who's Who
SEllis F. White at the end of the in Public Relations" and "Who's Who in International Public
current academic year. Relations.
The HALYARD Is missing a SAM hostsweek-end costume soire'e
Wollensack tape-recorder numb-
ReCipe or 1 r 07996 and an electronic flash SAM
SRecpe #0 A111/2.toe in SAM is sponsoring a costume party on Saturday, Nov. 1, at the
m sit number 06999 Anyoems n Seabrook Cove Apartments from 8:00 to 12:30 p.m. Admission is
o H E of these Items or $1.00 per person for SAM members and $1.50 for everyone else.
T H E ke to contt hereabouts Tickets are available from SAM members and at the door.
raked to contact the HALYARD at
646-2650 or Sgt. John Andenrson
"-of the.'Uni.,ersity Polle Depar Karatchampionsat
SUE cRVICLE: et at 646d part KaatechamponsatEdWhiteHigh
SThe Jacksonville Pro-Am Karate Championships will be held at
Find meone who has a freezer. the Ed White High School Gym on Saturday, Nov. 15. Registration
1. Find someone who has a freezer. REGEN Y SQUARE begins 8:30 a.m.
2. Put a bottle of Jose Cuervo Gold in it.
3. Go away.
;4. Comeback later that same day.
5. Open the bottle and pour a shot of the
golden, viscous liquid.
6. Drink it with grace and dignity. RIVERS PEST CONTROL
Or other people, if they're not around.
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LAWN & FUMIGATION
MONTHLY & YEARLY SERVICE
TIGER SPOT- BUILT ROACHES-RATS TERMITES
Located outside mall
next to Levy Wolf FREE INSPECTION
JOSE CUERVO*TEQUILA. 80 PROOF SPECIALISTS IN 3740 MAIN ST,
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P e 10 THE HALYARD October 29, 1975
Information, and page nsakeup, provided by the Student Activities Office.
COMING- NOV. 6
This movie perfectly captures a young American director since
life in a small Texas town in the Citizen Kane," NEWSWEEK.
early Fifties. The result is nothing Stars: Timothy Bottoms, Jeff
On Campus Concert coming November 6, featuring Susan and Richard Thomas. short of a contemporary classic. Bridges, Ben Johnson
They have been performing together since 1963. Besides appearances ... the most impressive work by
throughout the country, the Thomases have been recorded on two albums: AT
'Get Folked." recorded live at Charlotte's Web, and "A Burst of Life," on A U 7 4
Blue Hour Records. Time: 11:50 a.m. 1:20 p.m. -' lace: Adjacent to the .
Intramurals NOV. 7
EVENTS SIGN UP DATES BEGINNING DATE AUD. 7:45 pm
Golf Oct. 20 Nov. 5 Nov. 7
Tennis Tournament Nov. 3 Nov. 14 Nov. 18 SETTING FOR this moody
Men's Singles study of terror is a monstrous
Wm s Sin s decaying Victorian mansion that
Women's Singles dominates the lives of four
Mixed Doubles people: ai anthropologist; two
Volleyball Nov. 10 Nov. 18 Nov. 20 young women, one endowed with
(6 man teams) extra-sensory perception, the
other a neurotic victim of a
Sign up in the Student Activities Office (Building 10 Room 1200) for bitterly possessive bedridden
Judo and Karate Classes to be offered. There will be a sheet for names, mother and the fourth person, the
times and phone numbers in the Intramural Office of Student Activities. skeptical heir to the estate. Stars:
Julie Harris, Claire Bloom, Russ
Let's get together a Powder Puff Football Team! All female students, Tamblyn, Richard Johnson.
faculty and staff sign up in the Student Activities Office.
S E R V IC E S The Cooperative Education and Placement Center (CEPC) will
offer the following seminars to help students prepare for getting a
Self-Hypnosis classes will be held by Phyllis Voss on Oct. 29, Nov. 5, i SEMINARS BUILDING / ROOM TIMES
Nov. 12, and Nov. 19 from 4:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. in Bldg. 9, Room 2543.
Job Goal Tues. Nov 4 001 / 2115 2 4. P.M.
Mrs. Vosswill also be holding classes beginning Oct. 31 from 10:30 a.m. Thur N10 12 NOON
-11:30 a.m. in Building 9, Room 2543. Sandra Hansford will be Clarification Ths., ov. 13 1 / 2115 2 4 P.M.
conducting Self-Hypnosis classes on Nov. 6, Nov. 13, and Nov. 20 from
10:15 a.m. 11:15 a.m., Building 9, Room 2543. 001 / 2115
Wyv tlaterested in ay of the above, contact Barbara Wakersn in Resume Wed., Nov. 5 001 / 2115t
Cmaslld i Services, B.ilding 1, Room 12MP telephone 6462600. esume Tues., Nov. 11 / 211 4 P.M.
Writing 001 / 212 4 P.M.
Tus. Nov. 11 10 -12 NOON
-------------------------------------- W 001 / 2115 10 -12 NOON
C L U B N E W Sntervie Thurs., Nov. 6 001 / 2115 10 12 NOON
LuVV S0 Techniques Wed., Nov. 12 0122 4 P.M
001 / 2115 2 4 P.M.
SAILING CLUB 001 / 2115
Sailing Classes will be held at the Rudder Club on Sat., Nov. 1, 10:00
a.m. No experience is required in order to enroll in either the sailing
classes or to join the Sailing Club. All students, faculty, and staff are
eligible to participate.
C.E.P.C. will also be offering seminars on Introduction to
If you are interested in joining the Sailing Club, call Ron Socha at Graduate Placement Services. For further information on this
646-2781. seminar (or any of the above seminars) contact the C.E.P.C. oflce
TOASTMISTRESS in Building 001, Room 1201, or telephone 646-2955.
November 10 will be a regular meeting for the Toastmistress'. At this
meeting they will appoint a club speech contest chairman.
All regular meetings are held at 5:30 p.m. in Building 10, Room 2425.
All interested parties are urged to attend these meetings.
MAIL BOX CHECK
Club Presidents and Advisors are reminded to check your mailboxes ITEMS FOR THE next "What's Happening" (time period Nov. 12 25)
which are located in the iludent Activities Office (Bldg. 10, Room 1200) should be given to the Student Activities Office (010/1200) no later than
regularly. Oct. 31.