Career Service Association BOR Considers ROTC has 2-Day
President Von Dolteren Ceiling Rule Exercise on UNF
Resigns From Office... pg. 9 Dec. 2... pg. 2 Campus... pg. 6
VOl). 3 NO. 5 UNIVERSITY OFL N"fll! FL'RII'). JACKSONVll LE, FLORi'A. NOVEMBER 26, 1975
Cites smoother running SGA as reason for resignation
SGA President Ely steps down
ByDREWBRUNSON O t the odds would still have been held within three weeks Karle
By DREW BRUNSON OUt in against it." said.
SGA President Bill ly says he Karle said he wasn't sure of the
is resigning from office effective s effect Ely's resignation will have But since that falls during the
the end of this quarter. His on the SGA.- "We won't know Christmas holiday the elections
resignation comes during specu- g whether it's good or not until we will probably have to be held the
nation that a recall motion might can look back and see. second week of Winter quarter to
be brought against him on the allow on week for campaigning.r t
floor of the House of Representa- a oe weekaignin
tives. "FOR BILL it is good that he
resigned," he said. "I f4lt the Walker said that when he steps
Think that m resignation pressures and demands of the into the presidency he feels his
will make for the smoother presidency were damaging him first order of business must be the
running of the SGA." said Ely. personally." "healing" of the SGA.
He added he was resigning "in
order to bring my grade point Karle said the major contri- "The student government has
that, check the registrar's T ltee evei e buting factor toward Ely's to be healed and then made into a
office." resignation was a breakdown in viable organization again. It
has had in the student with a small roup of students the power structure. started as a viable organization.
Sdp it's an extremely bad situation,"
Ely added that UNF President government," Walker said. who wished to recall Ely votes. he said.
Thomas G. Carpenter would "I didn't really expect it,"
receive his official resignation "He's not handling the student Karle said. "I had only heard a
Monday. Tuesday morning a government the way it should be He said that he offered to take a K s ha ly ha a "I want to see the student
spokesman for the president's handled. He's hindering the poll to determine the general rumor that he was planning tot
office said they had not yet student government advance- sentiment concerning the recall. resign." governments. would like to see inputhe
received his resignation. ment." he said. If it turned out the majority of from the students," he said.
representatives and senators He said he felt Ely accomplish-
rte said he thought "the Nov. 6 wanted the recall. he said, he ed one major goal during his
EMBREE WALKER, current meeting sparked most of the would have then gone to Ely and presidency. "He united the ELY IS THE second president
SGA vice-president, will serve the recall talk. The meeting on Nov. asked him to resign. Business, Education and Arts and from one of the three constituent
remaining five months of Ely's 20 solidified any tentative recall Sciences factions," he said. associations to resign within the
term. position into a positive recall past three weeks. Career Service
position." Karle said, "The odds (for a Associatiori President Mike
"I think Ely should resign. REPRESENTATIVE Jason recall motion) were much better A SPECIAL election to elect a Vondolteren resigned from office
He's lost whatever power base he Karle said he had been working after the Nov. 20 meeting. But, new vice-president will have to he on Nov. 7.
Turlington stresses quality program
By STEPHEN W. HOLLAND TURLINGTON EXPLAINED would be difficult for a student
FRANK E. STANFIELD that the. state of Florida receives member to build a rapport with
more than 35 percent of its the rest of the members in that
State Education Commissioner revenue from a fixed quantity tax. short period of time.
Ralph Turlington says he would He pointed out that the tax on Besides taxation and enroll- *
favor enrollment caps if it is the liquor has been $.94 per quart ment ceilings, Turlington also
only way to preserve the quality since 1968 while the price of fielded questions concerning the
of the university system. liquor has skyrocketed. Turing- implementation of the Common
liquor has skyrocketed. Tuning- Course Numbering System.
Turlington told separate audi- ton compared that to sales tax TURLINGTON SAID that if the
ences of UNF faculty and which is a tax adjustment. Common Course Numbering
students, "I'd rather have a Sales tax, Turlington said, is a C mo ou e ben
program that was worthwhile for tax that fluctuates with the cost of System is not completed by April
a student than to just keep adding living. Fixed quantity taxes are, the SUS could lose 20 percent
and adding more students and not keeping up with the rate of of its fourth quarter budgeting.
then dilute your quality to the inflation, Turlington says. Numbering System and as I size
point that it's not worthwhile to WHEN ASKED IF he would Numbering System and as I size
be taking the course." approve casino-type gambling for the situation up we should make
THE FIRST PRIORITY, Tur- Florida, Turlington said he would every effort that we can to make
lington said, would be tomaintain strongly oppose it. "I would say if the system whether ork," not he was in'd.
the quality of the program for that's what it takes to fund the favor of granting university
those people presently enrolled educational system adequately in faculty a raise exceeding 20 --
and then to take care of additional Florida, I would simply say let's percent, as has been proposed by
numbers. fund it appropriately, he said. Chancellor E.T. York, Turlington
Turlington is presently making On the issue of whether a said he could not support such an
a tour of the nine members of the student should be appointed to increase.
State University System answer- the Board of Regents by the HE POINTED out the fact that
ing questions and getting governor, Turlington said, "You the standard of living in the
feedback from faculty, admin- may have a pretty fair chance, the United Sates, as well as in
istrators, students and career House Education Committee Florida, has gone down, he
service personnel. passed that bill, but 1 don't think therefore could not approve a
In an effort for additional it's anything to write home salary increase that would raise
funding of education, Turlington about." faculty salaries above the
called for tax and adjustments. The effectiveness of a one year standard of living. However,
He emphasized that raising fixed term student member, Turlington Turlington said he would support
quantity taxes would not be a tax said, would be diminished, a pay increase that would make Staff Photo by Frank tnfield
increase per se, but merely because the other board members faculty salaries equitable with the Commisioner of Education Ralph lurlington is seen here speaking
keeping up with the rate of are long term members. standards of living in the United to a group of faculty members during his visit to the UNF campus.
inflation. Turlington emphasized that it States and Florida.
Page 2 THE HALYARn Nov. 26. 1975
Course standardization imminent
By STEPHEN W. HOLLAND In July 1975, UNF was Travel and per diem ran
instrumental for legislation (HB *- approximately $28 thou-
The State of Florida Depart- 1972, Section 229.551) which sand.
ment of Education has spent states, "The purpose of the If articulation means fitting
$358,737.50 on a statewide Common Course Designation and together relatively few
common course designation and numbering system shall be to standardized and inter-
numbering project as of Septem- improve program planning, to changeable parts, as in the
ber 1975, according to a increase communication among manufacture of guns or
Department of Education finan- community colleges and universi- automobiles, such articula-
cial statement.. ties, and to facilitate the transfer tion is academically unwise
An article in "College and of students...the system shall not 9 and dangerous.
University," says that a common encourage or require course The bureaucracy necessary
course numbering system was content prescription or standardi- to implement and adminis-
first envisioned by the Florida zation or uniform course testing, t. er the system would make
Association of Collegiate Regis- and that the continuing main- everything more complex
trars and Admissions Officers and tenance of taxonomies (classifica- and costly rather than
was adopted by the State Board of tions) shall be accomplished to W m CW&d SIuK 'DLue simplifying it.
Education in December 1971. appropriate faculty committees." information enabling students possible objections to the CCNS. The CCNS will work against
A Statewide Committee on CALDWELL SAID that the bill and faculty to easily identify and "One thing that concerns me is quality and toward medio-
Common Course Designation and was an effort to insure that the understand course numbering that we may be passing control of cityand worse. It will
Numbering (SCCCDN) was ap- CCNS stick to its original and descriptions, our curriculum outside UNF," he reduce all to the lowest
pointed by the State Board of purpose. said. level.
Education in December 1971. THE SCCCDN system is "CCNS will provide better Tilley produced a, letter The bureaucracy necessary
"TiE COMMON Course comprised of nine public communication and students concerning an English taskforce to implement and adminis-
Numbering System (CCNS) was universities, 28 public community transferring to another college conference held May 3, 1974. The ter the system would make
devised as a means of trying to colleges, 26 area vocation-tech will have an easier time doing letter states, "We believe that a everything more complex
identify certain course levels and nica centers and seven private so," said DeCarlo. statewide uniform course num- and costly rather than
areas for transferring purposes," colleges and universities. "The CCNS does not threaten being system is practically simplifying it.
said Dr. William Caldwell, e DN system has academic.freedom but is a project unworkable and philosophically' The report was signed by
chairperson of the department of esnsibilit for 54800 courses designed to identify what is ana academically dangerous and members of the English and
mathematical sciences an all postsecondary credit already there," he said. unwise." Linguistics Taskforce headed by
Caldwell represents UNF as a programs through graduate and DeCarlo said the $358,737.50 Some of the objections the Dr. Ward Hellstrom, chairman of
member of -the mathematics professional schools. speat for the project thus far, is English task force raised were: the committee and Dr. Contrad E.
common course numbering task ere are 8 f diiie for a three year period and that No attempt was made by Tanzy, director.
force, which is one of 80 statewide There are 80 faculty discipline the CCNS will save money in the the Uniform Course Desig- DR. STEVEN M. Delue, UNF
faculty task forces within the ta fc, comprised of 5 long run. nation and Numbering president of United Faculty of
SCCCDN. faculty members, responsible for DR. AL Tilley, assistant ,? Committee to determine Florida, said, "UFF's affiliate
Cadwell said the CCNS trys to categorizing courses as well as professor of english and UNF the success or failure of FEA United, has established as a
find out where there are course writing course descriptions. english representative to the state CCNS exisitng in other priority, along with increasing
duplications in different areas DR. MICHAEL DeCarlo, direc- task force, said, "As far as stated states, funding for education, rescision
and trys to come up with some tor of the common course purpose I have no argument with The CCNS is too expensive, of the CCNS in the legislature."
sort of accountability (making the numbering and designation it, its a management information A task force conference in Dr. Willard Ash, Dean of the
faculty member accountable for project, said the project is tool." Key West had cost "well College of Arts and Sciences,
the material within his course). designed merely to provide Hnwever Tilley raised some over $100 thousand, and opposes the CCNS. "I've opposed
Sthe estimated time loss of it from the very beginning," he
140 faculty is somewhere
BOR to consider a rule 0
Between $50-70 thousand. CONTINUED ON PAGE
*If you are interested in
setting guidelines on caps COINS STAMPS
By DREW BRUNSON cutting back of existing pro- powers and duties of presidents, *
grams," he said. administrative and professional ., .. *S P
A rule which would allow for staff evaluation and the definition. .- SU_".-IE S -
each institution in the State Thomas G Carpenter, presi- of Florida students for university COME AND SEE ARLINGTON'S HOBBY STORE
University System to set its' own dent of UNF said, "I really read purposes. *
enrollment limits will be the rule as an introduction to The meeting is scheduled to AR IN T N TAMP I
considered by the Board of wha g to happen next begin at 9 a.m. on Dec. 2 in the *
Regents next week. year. University Center at Florida 1332 Uni. Bvd. N. Phone 743-1776
The proposed rule would put Hesaidhewouldratherseehe Atlantic University in Boca Raton. U *vd. .- fun *37
individual universities set their
into effect the Regents' policy own. enrollment figures since, "-----------
designed to combat inflation and own enrollment figures since, I
the eroding student support, said would feel more comfortable
E.T. York, chancellor of the SUS. attacking the problem locally.
defer the admission of some considered at this meeting are the
students until we see at what :s
levels the legislature plans to
fund education next year," he It 9 a _
said. o 0 difference! .
broad guidelines for the universi- PREMM rIm Ot
ties to follow in setting their own eAT n c I
enrollment caps. MCT Over 35 years Che g- S a g -L
and Bwilpne thebn toa: T E Open 9 Aal M to 3 PM Mon.-Thurs.
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w- 'WIt looks like the Highway Patrol is
.3S,i~~a getting ready to conduct another .
Sugarland Express when they
park at UNF. The Florida
JlV'm'"I 4" '[ Highwa) Patrol conducted their Rice to be SAM 's guest speaker
t 7"s" tq. ,,promotional examinations here
reetly and their presence Mr. W. Thomas Rice, chairman and chief executive officer of the
startled more than one person Seaboard Coastline Industries, Inc., will be the guest speaker of The
,i0?who, on his way to class, spotted Society for the Advancement of Management on Dec. 3.
W a long line of state troppers
following him to the campus. The public is invited to come to the meeting which will be held in
Staff Photo by Mike Malone the auditorium of building 9 from 5:15 to 5:50 p.m.
SAM sponsors book exchange
A book exchange is being sponsored by the Society for the
lAdvancement of Management. Registration for the exchange costs
:** 25 cents and is to be held in the Student Activities Office.
SPERC w ill m eet D ec. 9 The exchange will be in front of the library Dec. 1-4 and Jan. 5-8.
The Public Employee Relations to represent their interests to the PERC has also been reviewing Women's club sponsors dance
Commission (PERC) will meet on BOR. briefs filed by food service
December 9 and 10 to settle PERC HAS BEEN reviewing empscol s, graduate schools, law All UNF faculty and staff are invited to the UNF Christmas
remaining issues between the UFF's bid for collective bargain- sc gineering personnel who wish Dinner Dance, sponsored by the UNF Women's Club. The event
Board of Regents (BOR) and the ing agent with the BOR for gto have their own bargaining will be Dec. 11, in the Candlelight Room at Jacksonville Naval Air
United Faculty of Florida. several months agents Station. Cost is $8.00 per person. This includes a roast beef and
It is expected that an election gefried chicken buffet, and music by the Tim Healy Trio. For further
date will be announced for UFF and the American information contact Kathy Hartje at 268-2283.
university faculty members and Association of University Profes- THE PERC MEETING will be
professional employees to choose sors are competing for the job as held in Tampa at the Tampa o s fault n exhibit
which bargaining agent they wish bargaining agent now. Causeway. Work y fac y on
On exhibition in the University of North Florida library from Nov.
24 through Dec. 8 will be recent works by three faculty members of
the fine arts department.
7 TC -'L *, Among these will be new "Trefoil Waterworks" by Charles
V Charles. Also shown are works by David S. Porter and works by
PARIS *LONDON Kenneth McMillian.
DECA elects officers for 1975-76
$The UNF Deca Club elected club officers on Nov. 4. Mary Kellet
M A | R IDC* CEH Aarol Howard was elected secretary. Deca hold its meetings on the
R1D COPENHAGEN waselec, O z o, viceprosident an
first and third Tuesdays of each month at 6:00 p.m. For further
information call Dr. William Wilkinson in Building 8 room 2111, his
V phone number is 646-2981.
X N plC I ON Music majors featured in recital
~V J ,,, q 1Gay Lynn Montgomery and Roger Ezell, both senior music
AV majors, were featured in a joint vocal recital at the Jacksonville
*VA River Garden Hebrew Home for the Aged Wednesday, November
plus $2000. Applications being accepted by Center
O .se f m The UNF Child Care Center is now accepting applications for the
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Page 4 THE HALYARD No*. 2, 19.75
The two cartoons presented on
Co ^mmon course this page were mailed to the
HALYARD anonymously. They
Comm on were mailed in the order
presented. the first one received
Son top and the second received on
numng plan the bottom.
num beri g p a The HALYARD (more specific-
ally the managing editor) felt that
you, the reader, would appreciate
the opportunity to enjoy these
I o t |o rthi Ifeats of artistic endeavour by the
fp 'i anonymous author known only by
the initials P.S.
The common course numbering system, a u aut k
devised to save and end confusion, may very well t
end up doing just the opposite. ar
The cost of the project, since it got underway in
1971, is more than $358,000. It has also taken
thousands of man-hours and the work of many
faculty and administrative members of the
university system to bring it about.
ADVOCATES OF THE PLAN say that transfer
students will benefit from it, and it will end VIeL H4NV'T EATEr ~CHR
course overlaps and duplication as well as save
money. derOje tAVE oOUt
The advocates also feel that a great deal of
confusion will be ended in college catalogues and
the curriculum in general.
Many faculty members however, are fearful
that the common course numbering system will-- ------
same course and course materials being taught in
all state universities.
MANY OF THE CRITICS feel there is little or
no problem at the present in dealing with transfer
students' credits, and that a common course s t w
system would infringe upon their academic
freedoms and autonomy.
We agree that a high quality of education must
be maintained, and that money should be saved
whenever possible. We agree with the critics of
the plan, and maintain that the cost of developing
the common course numbering system has been
an unwarranted expense at a time of severe
This becomes even more apparent in light of Reflections reflect stru le
the proposed enrollment moratoriums brought 1l rI c
about in response to the inadequate state funding ROBERT T. THOMASON about it, that my father's hope
of the university system. Campus Minister was that I (his only son) would
some day be his partner in the
When he was seventeen, my business and continue what he
THE DEVELOPMENTAL PHASE of the father took the nickels and dimes had, with great personal sacrifice,
he had saved by trapping and begun.
Common Course Numbering system, for the selling rabbits, left the small farm
State University System, must be completed by where he had always lived with BUT I FOUND my vocation
his parents and nine brothers and elsewhere, just as he had found
April 1976 or the legislature will cut off 20 per sisters, and went "up North" to his "calling" beyond the family
cent of the fourth quarter funds of the state make his "fortune." He worked farm. I could not fulfill his specific |--- '
univesitiesin a tire factory in Akron, Ohio, hopes for me. I, too, had hopes
Universities. until he had accumulated enough and dreams, and they directed me
money to start his own business, down other paths. I had to be true
It is doubtful that the new system will be returned home, and opened a to the self I had become (with his k
anything more than a symbolic gesture and anone-counter "cafe" in the small, help and direction). Rurt Tdtm ful l
anything more than a symbolic gesture and an county-seat town nearby. By "'work" he does not fully
ambiguous numbering system designed to toiling from six in the morning My father is nearing retirement understand. And I express that
appease lawmakers and their more conservative until midnight, seven days a He is already looking for a buyer, gratitude in the only way that is
appease lawmakers and their more conservative week, and after thousands of and it appears that the family truly adequate -- by trying to be
constituents initially, five-cent hamburgers, he had business -- Thomason and as faithful to my calling as he is to
amassed sufficient capital to Company -- will be no more. I his, and by trying to give my sons
purchase a small clothing store in regret that his life's work and the same supportive freedom he
What worries us is what it may develop into the center of town. He survived achievement will not continue in gave me in following their own
later. the Great Depression and his name and through his family, dreams, even when they are at
continues a profitable business I wish I could have fulfilled his variance with mine.
there today, dream.
(I've shared these personal
I grew up in that store -- But I am grateful that he is the reflections on my own life
sweeping floors, washing win- kind of father who, in spite of his because my conversations with a
Edi -efl llr rae he f th y Editorial Badl, rig-l dows, running errands, finally inevitable disappointment, has number of you who read this
Sm f a- e epideea of the writer ely. getting "big enough" to wait on been able and willing to support column indicate that you, too, as
customers and eventually to me in my dreams, through three my father and I struggle with the
operate the cash register and higher education degrees, reconciliation of dreams between
.... even open the safe. I always through a major vocational parent and child:)
....... "* ---- though we never talked change, and even .in atine ,, chid:)...
Nov. 26, 1975 THE HALYARD Page 5
SAM needs support CaUwell questions article
*l ^^ quest' article
EDITOR: officer or committee chairperson. EDITOR: faculty vote" (whatever that
As the new President of SAM Thank You Sincerely, The lead article in the means!) Presumably, the mere
As the new Pres, November 12th issue of "The existence in a Faculty Association
would like to take this opportunity WILLIAM SPARKS Halyard" featured the purported meeting of someone with
to introduce myself. I am an President "administrative tampering of the administrative responsibility is
accounting major and have been Nini i i o enough to make any issue passed
at UNF for one year. I was the that day open to suspicion.
treasurer of SAM prior to the Particularly, if -you practice
elections. I am an Army veteran. Letters to the editor are encouraged. Materl that is belous or in poortaste will not be "power structure paranoia" ... as
printed. do some!
I am 27 years old, married, with All letters must be typed and double-spaced and The HALYARD reserves the right to edit letters
no children. the HALYARD must be supplied with two copies. although such fetters will not be printed until Perhaps, though, we should
I am looking forward to a great No anonymous letters will be printed, although approval has been obtained from the author. consider the real question being
year with SAM. As I see it, one of names will be withheld upon request. Please Include The opinions expressed In letters to the editor do asked that day. That question was
our main goals is to promote name, address and phone number so that each letter not necessarily represent the opinions of the "Is it appropriate for the Faculty
interaction with, and support may bl authentleated. HALYARD or its staff. Association to indulge its efforts
from our local business commun- in af investigation of the
ity. One way we accomplish this is dismissal of some Career Service
by having successful business employees or, in fact, is that
men and women from Jackson- dismissal not. related to the
ville come and speak to our constitutionally defined responsi-
student body. We all need to The national office of Who's Who Among clubs, department chairpersons and college abilities of the Association?"
support these events this coming Students in American Universities and deans. The nominees were then voted on by
year because from them we get a Colleges has confirmed the nomination of 48 the faculty, chairpersons, deans and student IF YOU RECALL, the funda-
realistic picture of the problems, UNF students for inclusion in the 75-76 edition representatives. mental issue in eliminating a
objectives, policies and proced- of the publication. The names of the students selected to governing body was that the
ures involved in business. The students were nominated by campus appear in the publication are listed below, various constituencies had di-
The students were nominated by campus various constituencies had
IN THE FUTURE we, the verse concerns, and needed
officers of SAM will attempt to Kenneth W. Ackis Jr. Wayne K. Givens Gary C. Miller Webster K. Snapp separate organizations to be able
make these events available to Diane Alberga Ernest F. Hill Gay L. Montgomery William E. Sparks to effectively deal with those
both day and night students. We Donald J. Baker Raymond M. Johnson Harold D. Morgan Reede E. Stoskton concerns. Overlapping issues
will alternate between day and Donna L. Bergen John E. Jolly Harry G. Norris Barbara Q. Taylor would be placed in the hands of a
evening speakers. Let us know Daniel A. Bierce Patricia B. Jones Ila M. Pagel Snadra P. Traer (separate, but somehow subordi-
how you like this arrangement. Nellie P. Boyd Burt C. Jordan, Jr. Larry W. Reinhardt Candy L. Van Eynde nate) University Senate.
We are open to all suggestions Mary B. Brumbaugh Lloy D. Kappel Harold E. Rutherford Kevin DI. Walsh h
you might have to make SAM a Patricia D. Burbridge William H. Kroner Edward F. Saddler Robert S. Warren Jr. So the question was, Whose
more effective organization. David B. Cadenhead Leonard L. LaGrange Stephanie P. Schneider Mary Ann Waters ball is it?", not "Is it a good
Thelma T. Cribbs Howard B. Leighton Ronald J. Sharpe Trina L. Wharton cause?" To be sure, there was not
As one of my first duties as Ellyn M. Davenport Shirley S. Locke Kurt Shonka Ann W. Wyer agreement on the answer;
President, I wrote to the National Bruce M. Ford Barbara M. Mazer Kenneth A. Smardon Patricia A, Yarborough however, the final vote of the
SAM headquarters in New York Faculty Association was that the
with a request that they clarify M problem was not within its
just what benefits we derive from Carlenter Sa s faculty dislikes C NS proposal of Dr. Mongar was
our $5.00 national dues we send proposal of Dr. Mongar was
them. I am still waiting their reply CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 really like the system that is being strong assurances otherwise, defeated.
and will keep the members of said. Ash explained that CCNS developed," said UNF President then I have strong reservations There, it appears, lies the
SAM posted, places academic freedom in Thomas Carpenter. about the system that's being problem.
potential jeopardy, of education developed," he added. Despite the fact that Mr.
In closing I wish to say that and that the numbers under "I think that's a little different Hirte's eligibility to vote was
SAM is your organization. The CCNS do not distinguish between from saying they don't favor the UNF Vice-President Roy Las- implied by the existence of his
officers and committee chair- the upper and lower division concept. I think the concept itself sister said the developmental name on the roll of membership,
persons are only here to serve courses. probably makes good sense. So, phases of the CCNS must be Dr. Mongar has elected to
you. In order to better serve we "My impression is'that there is with that preface, I would say I completed by April 1976 or the challenge the vote on the basis
need your ideas and suggestions. a feeling on the part of a lot of favor the concept," he said. Legislature will withhold 20 per that (and here is the real clue) a
If you have an idea, pleasejot it faculty members who. have- been cent of the fourth quarter release non-association member voted
down and give it to "lny..SM~, voive4.i .thisthat they don't BUT UNLESS I have some until the phases are completed, against the proposal. Come now
... one can surely challenge the
eligibility of an individual to vote,
but to introduce an estimate of
the direction of his vote into the.
evidence is certainly inadmissible
unless a roll had been called ...
Sand for the "Halyard" to pick up
-the banner! The editorial, you will
notice, indicated that Mr. Hirte
"appears to have been ineligible
to speak to the motion or to vote
against it" (emphasis mine.) I
suppose such bias should be
expected; nevertheless, it dis-
/ " IT IS SAD that individuals and
organizations in the University
community indulge themselves in
such self-serving forms of
Bluegrass wasard on the UN entertainment. There are, in fact,
Bluegrass was.heard on the UNF many positive needs to which
campus during the past weekend. energies should and could be
gDr. Cherrill Heaton performed directed.
with "Mike Johnson and the If indeed, Dr. Mongar is
,r Sounds of Bluegrass" and certain convinced of the merit of his
S, young members of the audience proposal to investigate the Career
3' enjoyed the Saturday perform- Service employee dismissal case,
Seances. then he should carry that
/ic staff Photos by Mike Malone resolution to the University
Senate. If he is truly concerned
about the eligibility question,
then he should merely ask the
f ,, jFaculty Association to accept a
membership roster, and have that
4 "roster open to scrutiny by the
entire constituency. (Not every-
i one, by the way, sees Dr.
,Merwin's acceptance of the
,I .. . .currently existing roster as
I ,representing subterfuge.)
tC ~We must bear in mind that
,. ,,, .today's economy is- fostering
,,, higher education which make it
difficult for the, eUniversity to
,, ,.function properly. We all need to
be careful not to generate
',unnecessary division within the
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from 'niver cpnverge on
r4 jig 11
Come to think of it maybe swimming isn't such
The UNP campus was the site This was evident in the'second
of two day Army ROTC-battalion day of training when the bridge
field exercise held N vembet 23, building clas.
0 s was split up in
And 24. groups to compete against each
Approximately 200 ROTC
-from 3 college campuses,
cadets Within 10 minutes, 2 of the 4
6f' North Florida, h d attache a -rope
ttams a on
Vniversity, of Florida and St. ,each side of a canoe, trail, 30 feet 11%V
Johns' River Jufiior College. wide, 'and had a man, or in the
Backpacks aren't easy to adjust when you're getting ready to'tramp through the woods at UNI F. participated. other case woman, suspended -
Ollie. Vt f, above the water on their way
CADET' Mike .,ull, I
CAPTAIN,. across, p ing a one-inch rope.'
Frketic, public relations officer
.4. K "This exercise
designed to complement -the 99
"The women don't lack guts,
classroom training- each cad -the men
et said Frketic, "And
must take." respect them for this."
61t also ori6titates, the new ANY HELD exercise would not
RO 'Cadet to military operations, be complete without' a beer bust V 'A I
andCchecks for compatibility." and', "Sweethearts."
There four classes held,
bridge building, compass training
mortar training and a class on Sweethearts is an organization
A amhibious assatilt. of- women who organize parti6s
and social functions for ROTC*
Each of these classes have cadets.,
several phases, rketic added,
66 so out 'time bere is 'well "Over all, this Weekend -has
consumed. been very instructive and
successful," Frketic added.
THE 175 MEN'and .26, women, "UNt is a very sonic campus ,and
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VonDolteren tenders resignation as
CSA president; branded 'futile effort'
By BURT JORDAN "COULD HOURLY employees opportunity to pursue our
tending to the service support "These were and still are, endeavors in good faith,"
In an open letter to the Career requirements of the University questions best answered by VonDolteren added.
Service Association's Nov. 7 legally be given release time to action rather than words,"
meeting, Mike VonDolteren pursue their interest in self- VonDolteren said.
tendered his resignation as governance and the governance VonDolteren said that, in the
president of the association, of the University?", VonDolteren "WE CLEARLY HAVE not series of evew months, "the en suing
asked, been in a position where, as an revealing. feelings, needing constant atten-
"I just think that it is a futile association, we could afford to be eelings, needing constant atten-
effort in trying to pursue the demanding," VonDolteren said. t on to prevent souring
Career Service Association," "Could the Career Service IN RESPONSE TO President
VonDolteren said. personnel, at long last, be "As a result what has evolved Carpenter's comment, "if em- When asked if the new form of
allowed to stand on an equal has been a 'wait and see' attitude ployees are dissatisfied with their government was an improvement
footing with Faculty, Students, with everyone hoping the boss or with their wosk they over the old General Assembly,
and most importantly, the Administration would take the should find some other work", VonDolteren said, "No, it is still
"Many questions have needed Administration?" VonDolteren necessary steps to insure we VonDolteren said "we must the people at the top who have the
answering", VonDolteren said. asked. would be afforded every remember attitudes are reciprocal final say."
Story told in Janis Ian's 'Between the Lines
By SHARE STEWART song but that of all people who she dropped out of the music what is often classified as good "And those of us with ravaged
have ever felt lonely, and she scene into obscurity and "background music." faces, lacking in the social graces
"Would you like to learn to psycho-therapy. desperately remained at home
sing?" "Would you like to sing invites everyone to feel with her. However, "Between the inventing lovers on the phone"
my song?" However, Between the inventing lovers on the phone"-
my song?" NOW AT 24 Janis an is at the Lines" is something special, lyrics from "At Seventeen" tell
lan herself has come up the top, having sold over $5 million in Janis Ian tells a story, her own, her story, but at times they come
hard way, feeling the pain she records since March. but it could just as easily have too close to being mine and
These opening lines perhaps sings about. At 15 Ian wrote and been that of anyone who has been perhaps yours.
best sums up Janis plan's newest recorded "Society's Child" a left out and rejected. The words
release "Between the Lines." million dollar hit that earned her a She has returned doing it all and story may be different b4t the
Janis Ian sings not only her own fast $200,000. But just as quickly her way. She is one of the few feeling is the same.
FU "pop" recording artists who Nothing about "Between the
an entire orchestra as back up. PEOPLE WHO HAVE hurt who have never experienced the
f deeply in their lifetime can best all important pain in life or the joy
Both the music and vocals are appreciate this album. It is a saga that somehow and sometime will
excellent and make smooth easy of pain and how many different follow.
listening. "Between the Lines" is ways it can be felt.
The University Singers of the include Annie Hightower, so-
University of North Florida will prano; Sharon Wright, contralto;
University rthFlridawil rchie Jackson, tenor; and Roger' is d e lic io u s
present their first concert of the Ezell, bass. A chamber orchestra
season at St.Paul's B-Tie-Sea e Apple Tree is delicious
season at St. -Paul' s y-The-Sea of local musicians will accompany
Episcopal Church.. Jacksonyille,.. the, mass. same..
Beach, on Sunday, November 30, By RICKIE CARTER same performers with Bill THE BELLY dancers did
at 4:00 p.m. and Kroner, Trina Wharton, and redeem themselves when cast
Also on the afternoon program, PATTI SMITH Harold Morgan in the leads, opposite their male counterparts.
guest soloist Dr. Gerson Yessin The harmony and strength of
THE UNIVERSITY SINGERS will perform Haydn's Variations The harmony and strength of
THE UNIVERSITY SINGERS will perform Haydn's Variations If they gave apples as awards While Kroner, as Adam, gave a their voices also helped redeem
under the direction of Dr. Merrill in F minor for piano. Dr. Yessin is for superlative efforts, then lively portrayal of a confused and the dance routine.
J. Palmer, assistant professor of chairman of the Department of UNF's first attempt at a musical reluctant male being coerced by Jo Zimmerman as Ella in
music, is a group composed Fine Arts at UNF. Other comedy -- "The Apple Tree" -- his woman in "Diary of Adam and "Passionella", act III, has the
entirely of UNF students, faculty, programmed selections include a would receive a golden delicious. Eve, it was Wharton with her part of the sad sack chimney
staff, and spouses. The featured groupof three Haydn part songs, wide-eyed innocence and wit who sweep, who wanted to be a movie
work on this concert will be the dialogue by Heinrich Schutz, The trio of one-act plays really charmed the audience in star. The audience responded
St. Nicholas Mass by F.J. Haydn. and a New Year's toast by finished its six-night stand the Mark Twain sketch which well to Ella as Zimmerman played
Soloists for this performance Giacchino Rossini. Sponsored by Sunday after charming audiences opened the play. her role with a broad brush as a
Student Activities Arts and each of the two weekends it And it was Wharton who led comical, modern-day Cinderella.
Student Activities played in the confining spaces of the audience through the Harold Morgan, as the
y the library's TV lounge, remaining two segments as well. narrator, had one of the most
polished speaking voices through
Editor n d general mr The play consisted of three Kroner, as cast choreographer, the play. But it wasn't until act
Edltorad Gena Mnmer short stories adapted for music did a remarkable job. But the III, when his charm really came
Adunct Prof. Mi Sktt. and unified by the age-old theme beginning of act II, "The Lady or across.
Man eing Edito-rew run of the course of true love. the Tiger," was a little Limited space and lighting
Managing Editor--Drphn BW nson disappointing. The first routine capacity would have indeed been
Production Manager-John CcW. onl d THE CENTRAL characters in was noticeably lacking in in a problem for the cast had it not
Prodtson Manager--Bu Jo rn s l c
Photo Editor--Mike Malone each act were portrayed by the coordination, been for the set designer, Dee
Ad. Manager--Trina Wharton Stockton and stage crew who
Business Manager--Burt Jordan should be commended for a job
Staff_ $33)500 000 well done.
Sta ff J 00 000ONE IS tempted to say that the
Office Mgr.--Terry Collins play succeeded in spite of all the
OfficA AMt.--Patti Sm ith ^M obstacles confronting it -- a
Ad. Ast.--Samuel Hamil- -I--a. p location with no stage entrances,
Photo Ast.--Gary Robilon llo_ no way of changing scenes, poor
Production At.-Cthy Hgn a rsp audience seating, inadequate
Rewrites-- Ricki Carter ACCOUNTING AND accoustics and limited space.
Miguel Carbonetti, Samuel Hamil, FINANCE MAJORS Over $33,500,000 unclaimed scholarships, grants, aids, and Butthe designers and directors
Harold Morgan. Patricia Smith, fellowships ranging from $50 to $10,000. Current list of Bthe nge and directors
Ronald Wilims, Ricki Carter LET US HELP YOU TO these sources researched and compiled as of Sept. 15, 1975. every obstacle but one the
by the members of the weD)e[kE [OA7 CA UNCLAIMED SCHOLARSHIPS back-benchers on the sides were
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Page 12 THE HAl YAM) Nnv. 26, 1975 edges PHE infinal ame
+" ""' Pl+lStaff edges PHE in finalgame
By RONALD WILLIAMS PENALTY TROUBLE AND The PHE. Majors refused to
strong defensive play by the UNF roll over and play dead. With 14
Regular season flag football staff stopped PHE. Majors' seconds left in the game, a
play ends as the UNF staff edged scoring threats in the second half. holding p talty against the UNF
the PHE. Majors club 13-12 in a Staff gave them the ball half the
evenly played game Nov. 18, on The UNF Staff came back with distance to the goal. Anson
UNF's athletic field, a potent scoring drive when immediately went to the air and
e ne Collins hit Herman Floyd with a hit Dean. Pease in the end zone.
The game turned out to be an 20 yard pass putting their team in WITH THE EXTRA point the
aerial show with strong passing excellent field position to score. PHE. Majors could have tied the
from the UNF staff quarterback game and put it in overtime.
Charles Collins and PHE. Majors Strong goal line defense from the
..... quarterback Jerry Anson. With 1:57 left in the game, UNF staff made this impossible.
Collins hit Ralph Carley who took
COLLINS HAD EIGHT com- the ball the remaining 12 yards A win for the PHE. Majors,
S\ Bpletions, nine incomplete in 17 into the end zone, the extra point who were the champions of the
-a attempts. Anson, who was the was good and the UNF staff led first half of regular season play,
fastest of the two, relied on his 13-6. would have given them the.
speed as well as his passing. He overall, UNF championship.
Statf Plhotos by Mike Malone had five completes, and six With the win, the UNF Staff
incomplete in 11 attempts. INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL won the second ind final half of
fthe. regular season. The chum-
Regular season play has ended and the Staff has wori the second The UNF staff;scored first with to the first and second cham-
^ -- ------------------------- W on Lost Tied W on Lost Tied
half championship. Above, two members of the Staff outreach an one minute remaining in the first pions of the first and second half
opponent for the ball and below, some members of the Staff half after Charles Collins' 14 OREBOAR are then matched against each
celebrate their Victory yard run gave his team a first and ship. This es the PHE. Majors
Slextra point; failed and the UNF UNF Staff 19 again for the championship.
staff led 6-0 at the half.
STUrsiops 6 The INF flag football champion
The PHE. Majors got on the would then play FJC in what is
board in te staes of being billed as a flag football
7 I 1 t TRsecond half. With the ball resting No. e "Superb
k: "i U W. Joaround mid-field, Anson hit Mike orStaff-6 7-13 PHE4 12-f2
ak' Carney with a 25 yard pass giving g r season e 8Collins pass to Spivey extra pint
them a first and goal.f PHE Anso 13 run (extra point failed)
U.F+ U'13- 8- Cellins 12 pass to Carmley (Fann
'Anson put the pall iathe end catch good)
havoee the aall ie Mthe end weo clmake ub AnsoftE* pas to1 F%"* tra pointed
l L o zone within' a 13 yard run off a P ME ors. mo Cfaild l P t e (extra pn
quarterback keeper. The extraab ree il Sanders
tied 6-6." Dunni.sHke field judge.
Football team st endings final
SThe regular season of flag football ended Nov. 18. Here arethe
final team standings:
S *Stands for the champions of the first and second half of the
SWon Lost Tied Won Lost Tied
2. PHE Majors Club 3 3 I 2. UNF Staff 3 2 0
S3. Tursiops 3 3 0 3. Tursiops 2 3 0
4.'El Hombre 3 3 4. El Hombre (O.V.A.) 2 3 0
.Army R.O.T.C. 0 6 0 5.Army R.O.T.C. 0 0
Re ipe #.oo00 U qualify ies 5 to Nationals
ST-ompeted 7"in 'the "Southeastern attend thfi Collegiate National 'Florida, Brevard Community
L LIOSNO V Regional Tournament at Brevard Tournament to be held next year College, Florida Technological
O Community College on November" in California. University, and Stetson archers
were represented. The tourna-
ment consisted of six hours of
shooting at targets from 90 to 30
1..Fill a glasswith nice, clean snow. meters distant.
(White only, please.).: COMPETING IN THE ad-
2. Add CuervonGodi Especial. vanced class were William
2 Cuer ....vo.,:Gold Esecal : Sanders, Richard McKenna, Lon
3. See it turn yelloW? .Thomas, Dona Meers-Thomas,
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Information, and page nmakeup, provided by the Student Activities Office.
The Cooperative Education and Placement Center (CEPC) will
joffe the follwiag seminars to help students prepare for getting a
SEINAIS BUILDING / OOM ME
Writina Tuesday 12-2-75 001 / 2115 i0- 12 noon
STechniques Wednesday 12-3-75 001 / 2115 2 4 p.m.
DEC 5 001 / 2115 2-4p.m
a L-' Thursday 12-4-75
001 / 2115 2 4 p.m
The Fearless Vampire Killers 001 /2115 2-4p.m.
C.E.P.C. will also be offering seminars on Introduction to
Graduate Placement Services. For further information on this
seminar (or any of the above seminars) contact the C.E.P.C. office
in Building 001, Room 1201, or telephone 646-2955.
AUD. 7:45 pm
ALL STUDENTS interested in
combining career-related work
experience and academic credit
are urged to contact the
Cooperative Education and Place-
ment Office. There are co-op jobs
available for Winter Quarter. If
interested in Winter co-op come
STUDENT LEAD Devotions
will be held by BCM in 009/2543.
Devotions will last approximately
15 minutes. On Mondays they will
begin at 12:00 p.m., Tuesday,
1:20 p.m., Wednesday, 11:50
a.m., Thursdays, 1:20 p.m.,
Friday, 8:30 a.m. Scheduled
dates for November are:
12-1 12:00 p.m.
12-2 1:20 p.m.
12-3 11:50 a.m.
12-4 1:20 p.m.
12-5 8:30 a.m.
EVENTS SIGN UP DATES BEGINNING DATE
Tug of War November 17 December 4
(6 man teams) December 2
REMINDER TO ALL UNF
IF YOU have ever been on a BOWLERS!
yearbook staff or not you are
welcome to join we need good Invitational tournament to be
people and ideas! held at St. Leos College on
December -13, in St. Leos,
Come to the Student Activities Florida. See you there!
Office, Room 1200, Building 10.
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