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Vol. 2 No. 2 University of North Florida Jacksonville. Florida Wednesday, October 16, 1974


G. A.: The Ruling Class
By STEVE HOLLAND
The Fall elections have now According to the "University of non-voting member of the Chairman and the Chairman votes shall be in accordance with
passed and 73 newly elected North Florida Academic Plan," General Assembly. He must serve as ex-officio members of the the bylaws of the Assembly and
students will take their seats in the General Assembly is the express his approval or dis- Committee on Student Affairs. "Roberts Rules of Order
the University of North Florida legislative body of the University. approval of all Assembly actions The General Assembly must (Revised)."
General Assembly. How does this It has the authority to establish relating to general University meet at least once during each As a rule, the meetings of the
system work, on what authority? policies of general University policy within ten working days. quarter. A special meeting can be General Assembly are open.
How many actors make up the interest and make rules, The presiding officer (Chair- called upon petition of 25 Non-members may have the floor
General Assembly? regulations and bylaws deemed man) of the General Assembly is members of the General with the permission of the
necessary to effect its policies, the Vice President and Dean of Assembly. majority of the Assembly.
All policies, rules and actions of faculties. Dr. Roy L. Lassiter, Jr. In order for the General
In addition to students, the the General Assembly are subject The Chairman has full voting Assembly to conduct business, it The Assembly, by vote of
General Assemblyconsists of all to approval of the President and privileges, and after giving must have a Quorum (the number two-thirds of its members present
full-time faculty, all full-time are valid only when consistent sufficient notice, may call for of members it must have before it and voting, may close a meeting
administrative and professional with the policies, rules and special meetings of the General can conduct business) of 50 and exclude non-members.
staff, 20 career service employees regulations of the Board of Assembly. members. The various committees of the
and five members appointed from Regents, State Board of Edu- The Vice Chairman is elected A member of the General General Assembly are created to
the University community by the cation and the lawsand statutes of from among student members of Assembly is entitled to one ballot aid the Assembly in conducting
President of the University of the St ate of Florida. the Assembly. In the absence of on any given vote, and at no time its affairs and carrying out its
North Florida (UNF), Dr. Thomas The President is an ex officio the Chairman he is to preside may a member delegate this vote responsibilities.
G. Carpenter. (by virtue of his office), over the Assembly. The Vice to another. Procedures for taking See Ruling Clas pg. 2

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Simn oa Cntwoweuy Raised


Students To Fund Day Care
By FRANKSTANFIELD policy also requires charging of encourage day care centers the approval of the University of
The state Board of Reents on an appropriate rental fee if through this policy and what I Florida as the site of $1.3 million
Oct. 7, adopted a resolution university facilities are utilized. regard minimal charges." water sewage treatment training
requiring students to pay for the The decision raised a storm of n another important decision facility.
use of on-campus day care controversy. Alexia Hart, presi- the Regents rejected the
centers. The resolution was dent of the University of West suggestion of the Governor's
passed over the objections of Florida student body, said the Efficiency and Management The Regents heard student
student leaders at the meeting, policy may conflict with Federal Effi y and Mtingement The Regents heard student
The resolution prohibits the use anti-discrimination laws. Study Commission to increase the protests over a proposed increase
of general revenue or incidental "Many students and potential interest on student loans from six in student parking fees. The
of general revenue or incidental "Many students and potential per cent to 10 per cent. Governor's Management and
income funds to staff and students are females with young per cent to 10 per cent. Governor's Management and
operate day care centers, and children. The policy directly Other actions taken by the Efficiency Study Commission had
requires that they be financed discriminates against the interest Regents included the approval of earlier advocated that fees
through activity and service fee of these students." nontenure status for research approach the $15-S30 a month
fund allocations, user charges, Chancellor Robert Mautz said scholar university personnel, the rate with a state-wide university
grants and donations, or any the Regents "did not intend to naming of Dr. James A. Robinson schedule. Under the present
combination of these sources. The discriminate, but rather to to the post of President of the system each university sets its
University of West Florida, and own fee schedule.
See Stoy Page 3

By FRANK STANFIED Sutaf Photo by Shirley Corbln
By FRANK STANFIELD loss to the taxpayers of over half a photo b hr
"Nearly one of every four billion dollars.
students who got federally GAO studies show a default
My insured loans to pay college or rate for profit-making institution
trade school tuition probably will students four times the rate for
default." This according to non-profit-making institutions.
nationally syndicated columnist According to Tulley the vocation-
Andrew Tulley whose published al, correspondence, and trade
S- editorial on October i, was schools are the worst offenders
tt H StiT entitled "Pinning the Blame on because these schools have
SWatergate." recruiters who encourage the use
I1 Tulley's editorial was based on of loans to "would-be students
recent General Accounting Office whose mental and vocational
')gao) statistics and one GAO talents make them poor risks."
D e f a u lt spokesman who said that, "It
appears that 75 per cent of the In the editorial, Tulley attacked '
defaulters never had any the statement made by one
intention of repaying their unidentified person who said, "I
loans." suppose it's depressing but it's
also understandable after Water- 1
Tulley termed the federally gate and Dick Nixon." Tulley
L o a n s insured student loan program a lashed out by writing that, "after "'
"mini scandal" and called all, Watergate was a scandal, not i
attention to the fact that the 23.4 a summons to national profli- ,
per cent default rate represents a gacy." I H


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Cam ps i UNF Transportation

On Campus Interviews Program Awarded
Several corporate and business recruiters will be on campus for
the month of October. Please contact the office of cooperative work groups of applied carrier
education and placement for the schedule of each company's The University of North outstanding program not to management problems actually
appearance and other information. Florida's (UNF) academic pro- receive awards, which we faced in the, Jacksonville
gram. in transportation and gratefully appreciate, but to fill a community and' student project
a Assemblogistics has been designated by void in a service area of vital work designed to help alleviate
General Asse ly Meeting the Board of Regents (BOR) of the interest to the transportation conditions that create the
SGeneral Ass l An State University System of industry of the state and local problems;
The General Assmebly will meet in the Assembly Room in Florida (SUS) as one of five initial community." The organization of a student
Building Nine on 17 October, 7 November, and 4 December. "programs of distinction" to be Carpenter commented that the Propeller Club to involve students
Items for the agenda should be submitted to Dr. Joseph jerry or conducted by the SUS's nine state quality of the activities influenced in transportation operations and
Itemsfor the agenda should be submitted to Dr. Joseph Perry or institutions during coming aca- the selection of the department as methods;
to Dr. Lassiter by 12:00 noon on 9 October, 23 October or 20 demic years. a program of distinction. Included The award and completion of
Novemer.The distinction will bring to among the highlights were: a U.S. Department of Transpo-
R O TC Enrollm ent a portion of almost 286,000 Industry support of the UNF rotation University Research Grant
appropriated to the BOR and program in the form of totalling $44,000 to improve
It is still not too late to enroll in the University of North Florida's earmarked by the Legislature to scholarships from local and transportation management and
Reserve Officers Training program (ROTC).Interested persons can create programs of distinction in national groups to deserving education through the conduct of
contact the ROTC office Bldg. 008, Rm. 2639 or phone 646-2813. Do the state universities to enable students; a series of five comprehensive
you care? We still do. them to serve more efficiently the The national recogintion of the seminars: and
needs of the state. The UNF UNF transportation students for The development of a model,
designation was announced at the outstanding ability and perfor- "single-source" production logi-
Library Advisors to Meet Qt. 7 BR meeting in mance; stics textbook and computer game
Tallahassee. The recognition and for instructional classroom use to
promotion of transportation be classroom-tested this year.
Three students are needed to participate in the meetings of the "This distinction will signifi- career opportunities through Also cited were the election of
Library Advisory Committee. This committee was formed to cantly aid us in the development career days, field trips, and transportation faculty members to
provide communication between the university community and the of innovative new approaches to related literature to interest leadership positions in national
library. Meetings will be held not less than three times during the transportation education and in students in transportation/logist- industry organizations and
school year and persons volunteering to participate will be expected serving. the transportation ics study and employment; publication of articles benfitting
to attend all meetings. Interested students should contact Andrew industry not only in the greater The assignment to student the transportation profession.
Farkas, Director of Libraries. Jacksonville area, but across the
state as well," said Dr. Jay A. From .... R u li g
Psychology Club Meeting Smiith, acting UNF transportation ie

s u o oMeetand logistics department chair- u lin g
man and associate professor.
The Psychology Clubof the University of North Florida meets the The legislative act which made No person, other thanexofficio can be elected for staggered two
second and fourth Tuesday during activity period and second Friday the distinction possible initially members, will serve simutane- year terms, with at least three
night at 7:00 p.m. in 003/1341. provides for a systemwide ously on more than two standing members elected annually.
allocation of 14 positions (10 or special committees of the Committees elect their own
academic and 4 non-academic) Assembly. chairmen annually.
and related funds to supplement It must be noted that the
Math, Computer Club Meet and support graduate and Committee on the Constitution
professional programs, as well as Except as provided by the which is comprised of tution
The UNF Math and Computer Science Club will meet at noon on specialized undergraduate Except as provided by the which is comprised of three
both Thursday, October 17, and Thursday, October 24, 1974, in programs, that have the greatest Academic Plan, each committee faculty members, one member
003/1381. .Speakers will be announced in the student activities likelihood of gaining distinction, has seven members; no member from the administrative and
newsletter. T n of a committee will be eligible for professional staff, and two
newsleter. UNF President Thomas G. election to a successive term, but students, will present recommen-
Carpenter, who was present at will be eligible tor re-election dations regarding permanent
D em ocrats To M eet the Tallahassee BOR meeting after one year. articles of goverance for the
said, "The University must give University this fall.
The UNF DEMOCRATS will hold their first night meeting on all due credit to Dr. Warren Rose No member with the title of It is this committee who will
Friday, October 18, at 7:00 PM in room 1331 building three. Mike and his faculty'for this honor. Our Vice President or Dean can be recommend to the full Assemby
Hightower of the Duval Democratic Executive Committee will speak transportation faculty has worked eligible for election to a whether to keep the present form
on the Get Out the Vote Drive planned for the November election. diligently to develop and build an committee. Committee members of government or to change it.
Also on the agenda will be nominations for Democrat Club offices
For further information, contact James Green at the Student
Activities Office, extensions 2875 and 2876. T
ATTENTION STUDENTS
History Hour Program -S7S
In order to create a forum for the presentation and open 53 7 2
discussion of significant subjects, the faculty of the Department of
History and the History Club are sponsoring the History Hour, on NIG T LERICAg P0 ITI0
every alternate Wednesday, throughout the Fall quarter. On NIGHT CLERICAL POSI ION
October 30, at 3 PM in the History Commons, (Bldg. 10, 2nd floor)
Dr. Tom Leonard will examine America's relations with the
Americas. Every member of the University community is invited. Immediate openings available on the 3-11pm and 11-7am shifts for:
The Schedule for November will be announced.

Retirement Openings COMPUTER SORTER OPERATORS
Attention: Open enrollment is now in progress for anyone TTET
wishing to transfer to the Florida Retirement System. The deadline LLLEKl
for transfer is November 30, 1974. For more information please S E
contact Lavesta Kearns in the Personnel Dept. 646-2903 Bldg.
008/1178 %
Women's Club Lectures "
"What Do Those Women Really Want?"will be the first of the .No experience necessary.
lecture-encounters sponsored by the University of North Florida
Women's Club. Full company benefits including college reimbursement.
Featuring a panel discussion, the meeting will be held
Wednesday, Oct. 23 at 8 p.m. on the UNF campus in building 003, Please apply in person Mon. Fri. 9am.4pm.

24 Hour Decal Service NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. [
How about this for service. Lt. R.J. Ridaught of the University
Police Department has informed the Halyard that the police window
in Bldg. 15 is now open 24 hours a day, seven days week. Say
farewell to all the sad stories and excuses for it is now possible to all
purchase a decal before dawn even on a Saturday. J J
Free Music Show
The Jacksonville Campus Ministry is sponsoring a musical event
on the UNF and JU campuses.' Gary Miller and the Celebration FED ER L RESERVE BANK
Road Show, a dixieland jazz combo, will appear twice in the

Their first appearance will be at the UNF Boathouse at 11:45 a.m. E
and then at the Wolfson Student Center, Jacksonville University, at
7:30 p.m. Admission is free. e n ummm





THE HALYARD October 16 Page 3



Enrollment Up 24 Per Cent

Preliminary enrollment figures some 1,657 students and cited sponsored by the UNF division of enrollment totalnumber of people served b
released by University of North significant growth in the number continuing education and com-. total number of people served by
Florida (UNF) registrar Betty B. of part-time students, who munity services. "Our past experience has been the University.
Crippen show that 3,987 students increased by 955 students, as one Dr. Roy L. Lassiter, Jr., UNF that we have been hard pressed to "Because of our urban setting,
have registered for 1974 fall of the dominant factors in the vice president and dean of meet the demand for late commuting student body, and
quarter classes at UNF. enrollment upswing. faculties, cited new and existing afternoon and evening classes offerings off-campus, many of our
SAccording to Crippen, about 30 graduate degree offerings at UNF because of limitations in students pursue their degrees a
Compared to the 3,176 students per cent of the students attend as having an impact on the classroom space," the vice course or two at a time or on a
who registered for UNF classes morning classes, about 26 per enrollment upswing. president said. 'In almost every part-time basis, she said.
during the 1973 fall quarter cent attend afternn classes, and "Last fall, our graduate case, we filled to capacity those "We've observed that students
Crippen said UNF had experi- about 44 per cent attend classes enrollment was 329. During the after business hour' classes we who enroll in one quarter may not
enced a 24 per cent increase in its in the evening and on Saturday. past year, we have added two new "The lassroom space now back in a subse t quarter, but come
total student body. graduate degree programs, a The classroom space now back in a subsequent quarter.
totBreaking the enrollment fi The registrar's figures reveal graduate degree pincounselinanda available in our new buildings Therefore, a significant portion of
ures d own, Crippen said that 3,502 students are attending masters of educarts in counseling and acks permits us to offer more classes in our enrollment in any one quarter
83 per cent, of the students are classes on UNF's St. Johns Bluff in health science and physical the afternoons and evenings, and can be made up of students who
83 per cent, of the students are Road campus. Four hundred i health science and physical increases our total student were not enrolled in a preceding
classified as undergraduates thirty-five attend credit classes at education. Our graduate enroll- signcaly" Ler ereirar .
(junior, senior, or special several UNF off-campus centers, ment for the current quarter has capacity significantly," Lassiter quarter," the registrar added.
students), and 677, or 17 per cent, including 290 at the Darnel more than doubled to 677 said. Crippen estimated that un-
are classified as graduate includingg C0 at the Darnell students. I'm confident that the Lassiter cited the fact that duplicated UNF enrollment dur-
students. Cookman Community School an addition of these new programs while current enrollment has ing the 1973-74 academic year at
Further breakdowns show that Jacksonvile at the Jacksonville have had a significant impact on increased by 24 per cent, approximately 7,300 students.
1,325, or 34 per cent of the Naval Air Station, and at locations our graduate enrollment because available classroom space with To date, UNF has graduated
student body, attend UNF in St. Johns and Nassau counties they were needed and desired by the completion approximately 000 students
full-time, while 2,612, or 66 per the people we serve," Lassiter construction has increased by sheaadded.
cent, attend part-time. In addition to the credit said. more than 100 per cent. President Carpenter added that
President Carpenter compared enrollment figures, almost 100 Lassiter also mentioned the Crippen pointed out that while given Jacksonville's current rate
the current UNF part-time students are participating as recent completion of UNF's enrollment figures are important of growth, UNF can anticipate a
enrollment to part-time enroll- non-credit 'students in UNF's second phase of building to UNF for planning purposes, corresponding steady growth
ment for the 1973 fall quarter continuing education programs construction as a positive factor in they don't accurately reflect the rate.



Lake NearCompletion


By David Green parking area at the eastern tip of ped students and their families to
Lake Onieda and form a loop take part in more UNF activities.
:I The newest lake on the UNF through Buckhead Branch Swamp
campus will be open to the public and end back at the parking area. Donations will be solicited to
in one month. The lake is located The trail will be a little more than make up the estimated $15,000
between St. Johns Bluff Road and a quarter of a mile in length. cost of the trail. The project is
UNF Drive. According to Thomas It is designed, according to scheduled to begin in January of
SBostwick, head of physical Bostwick, to enable the handicap- 1975,
facilities, the major construction
is complete and all that is left is a
general cleanitig up of the area.
The lake was designed to
n control the runoff of water from
construction in Sandalwood and
other areas of development north
ile tt .. _'e a of the campus as well as the local
staff Phote by -oob en swamp lands. It will serve to
maintain the water level during
S D upthe dry season and with it's
spillway to prevent flooding
Luplicating Servic w
during flooding during periods of ". *. -
heavy rain. .. .- ...
SnThe lake surrounds an island of
swamp which comprises the bulk
Hurt By laton of it's seven and one half acres.
When the brush is cleared from
By Frank Stanfield The facility actually owns very the lake's west side it will be
few of the duplicating machines visible from St. Johns Bluff Road.
How to get the most for the on campus, but instead rents
money is a common concern of most of it. The Tallahassee The lake is not primarily
business leaders, and UNF's bureau cracy must approve all intended for fishing because
Duplicating Service is no machine sales and because of there is oil in the water from
exception. Even though the tight lobbyist pressure put on the construction projects. However, !
Service is primarily non-profit Tallahassee administration, most Bostwick feels that the lake has
oriented, the debits and credits sales that would take away an excellent potential as a
still preoccupy administrators' business from local entrepreneurs canoeing area. .
minds., are disapproved, says Fann. The lake has in effect paid for.
In June Duplicating Central itself because 'earth removed
moved from temporary quarters In some cases Duplicating during it's construction was used
near the Physical Facilities area Central has no control over as payment for the project.
to Building 818. According to duplicating machines on campus. A new nature trail is being
Eddie Fann in Duplicating The library five cents per copy planned to include those
Central, the service now has more photostat machines for example restricted to wheel chairs. The
machines to do the work that are owned and serviced by an hard top trail will begin in the Phot by iIy Co
many hands used to have to do, outside vendor. UNF does receive t oto by
and the machines keep arriving some of the profits from those f Pot b ob ee
on UNF's campus. machines however, according to
Last year the facility had Fann.
$90,769 in sales (copies are Even though the costs for
charged to the departments who duplicating services continue' to
use the machines). The cost of climb, Duplicating Central has
merchandise sold was $71,563.83 tried to keep the costs down. The
(including the cost of the cost of duplicating paper has
duplicating paper), and the gross increased 175 per cent in the last
margin on sales was $19,205.17. six months, but no cost increases
Operating expenses including are predicted for the near future
salaries for three full-time says Fann.
employees totaled $42,760.05. High cost factors that plague
The entire operation showed a net UNF include the use of ditto
loss of $23,554.88. machines which are expensive to
According to Fann, the operate. Fann maintains that
operation should in the future Duplicating Central can do the
break even or even better yet, same work for much less.
should receive a six per cent UNF now owns a "total copy,
cost of purchasing new equip- minute it remains idle, it hurts .,.
ment. the University. L :.





Page 4 Octdber 16% TE HAtARD


ELECTION PA


RESULTS
Votes were counted Monday for the preceding Wednesday's and
Thursday's General Assembly and Student Activities elections.
Each college (College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business,
etc.) had their own candidates for General Assembly, but
candidates for Student Activities were not listed separately by
college.
Each college will have run-off elections for those candidates who
were tied for the last allowed seat in the Assembly. The College of
Education will have the largest run-off race because only 16
candidates were listed on the ballot for 28 seats.
The 16 listed Education candidates were automatic winners, but
18 of the 19 write-in candidates were tied with one vote each of the
remaining 12 seats.
the votes were counted by students and members of the elections
committee headed by Bookstore manager M-artin Weitsen. The
ballot box was opened and the counting had begun by 9:00 Monday
morning in the President's Conference Room. President Carpenter
did not participate in the count.
Students working in teams of two counted individual college's Ph by b s
Assembly election returns. Weitsen supervised the counting and UNF's annual Career Explora-
made sure that student candidates who were helping count ballots tion Day brought students an
did not count their own votes. opportunity to see what many
Student Activities collected and counted their own ballots in the local employers have to offer. A
Student Activities office in Building 10. Results were double variety of employers, from the
checked for accuracy. City of Jacksonville to the Federal
Of the 22 candidates on the ballot for Student Activities the ue Reserve Bank were on hand to
following 11 candidates were elected: answer questions about their
companies. University officials
D. Bozeman (Arts and Sciences) have concluded that the program
T. Cribbs (Arts and Sciences) was a success.
R. DeCicco (Business Admin.)
J. Green (Business Admin.)
b. Mazer (Business Admin.)
T. Meldrum (Business Admin.) OPS Important To J

I. Pagel (Arts and Sciences) It is important to keep Offshore ment to the OPS contract. To apparently a very able lawyer and
S. Rackley (Arts and Sciences) Power Systems in Jacksonville, make matters even worse for has a competent staff, but added
T. Southwell (Business Admin.) says UNF president Dr. Thomas OPS; Jacksonville has let the that the former prosecutor, has
H. Whittey (Arts and Science) Carpenter. .Carpenter is a option run out for its intent to offended some officials with his
member of a select committee purchase an offshore plant. choice of words. "I regretted out
the Student Activities race is the only election where run-off appointed to study the Jackson- Jacksonville's reluctance to of this that OPS has been made
elections were not necessary. ville Electric Authority (JEA), sign a contract with OPS stems the villain," says Carpenter.
and its future role in the from the Jacksonville city Whether or not OPS stays in
Out of 44 listed candidates and some wridi-in candidates, the community. council's attorney,Harry Shorst- Jacksonville or leaves depends
following 2 candidates were elected for seats. A run off race will Th future of OPS in ein's recommendation that the upon the actions taen by the
be held forth remaining seat. Those candidates elected Jacksonville may be in jeopardy contract should not be signed New Jersey utilities firm, says
were: due to several recent develop- because it is unsatisfactory and Carpenter, but added that
SLeslie R. Bodie Stephen W. Holland ments. The contract OPS has for should be renegotiated.
Maggie Boden Steven Masters the construction and sale f an Shorstein's decision has creat- Jacksonville needs nuclear elect-
Donnelly Bozeman William B. Medlin offshore floating near electric ed a schism among City Council ric power for itself as well as
Mary Brumbaugh Dona Jo Meers plant is with a New Jersey members as well as among local being the manufacturing center
Shirley Corbin Philip Mobley utilities company that is currently business leaders. Carpenter told for other cities' nuclear electric
Gary S. Cox Ila Pagel trying to postpone its commit- the Halyard that Shorstein is plants.
Thelma Cribbs Diana Robertson
Steven Curry Diane Smith
Ellyn M. Davenport Emnbree Walker "a convenient
Lois A. Delifus Helen Whitty place to
Jeffrey L. Greer Nolan Wilkerson S VE
-of m tSA
Those candidates who will run in the Arts and Sciences run-off e un-bank
election are: the un-bank
Linda G. Broman .a great
Lucy Horan ea R. Y
Pamela Battle place to
In the College of Business Administration 20 candidates were b
elected to 22 allowed seats. Three candidates are tied for the
remaining two seats. Those candidates elected were:
John Bateh Suresh Kuthiala
Dawna Belin Charles T. Lamsback Y o
Ralph A. DeCicco Lowell Lorbeer.
Michael DeLettre Barbra Mazer




Larry Jonas ersound savings and lending
Those candidates elected to the Assembly from the College of institutions designed to
Education are:
Elaine Alston William H. Kroner Sim ple Interest meet the
Gloria Boisvert Florence Mary Lane
Robert Fisher Thomas G. Nelson special needs of a specific
Minerva Green Janice R. Schumann group of people: in this instance
Jan Hays Gloria Stanfield Oua nS all school employees in baker,
Jerry Anne Holland Richard A. Sweetsir
Marion Jennings Valveta L. Turner clay and duval coun-
Barbra R. Kane Louise Walker i 93 ties as well as
S nce 17 Jmembers of their
Those candidates who will compete in the election run-off for the families who live in
remaining 12 seats are: the same
B. Bullock household."
B. Porter R. Moze YOU
M. McFarland R. West
P. Thorton B. Turner should join
erandez H. Guggenheim ho ld join
D. Reir
Blue I. Beandry ,
Caplin L. Musale -.
C. Jackson M. Merrit creditunion
N. Forester J. Shelley





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Staff Photos by Shirley Corbin, Pmn Stone, and Bob Green



They came,
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They saw,



They performed









By DREW BRUNSON The show began with a story
time for the children which
helped narrow the gap normally '
UNF has never been known for present between performer and
presenting entertainment popular audience.
enough with the students to bring
them back to the university after As t s p
hours. As the show progressed and
the subjects discussed became
heavier in nature this narrowed i :
The basic reason for this is that gap made it easier for the cast
UNF is exclusively a commuter and the audience to form a
college with the median student rapport which lasted throughout
age centering around 30. Thus the evening.
the basic, fare of most universities
(principally musicians, comedigns
etc.) do not have enough drawing The audience became an
power at UNF. integral part of the performance
with their reactions accenting the
However, the Free Street aura of (as the Free Street
Theatre of Chicago does appear to Theatre put it) celebration.
possess this power to incite
people to come and observe the
efforts of the entertainers. One basic point which was
made was to simply "make a
dent." If you feel that what you
The evening it appeared on the dent." If you feel that what you
UNF campus was rather cool for a are doing is worthwhile and if you
Florida October, even so there enjoy what you are doing then
that's fine but if you're unhappy
were a number of people who and feel a uselessness within
arrived early to observe the and feel a uselessness within
arrived earlyof the stagbserve the yourself then do something about
ermingle with the performers it. Be proud of yourself and what .
before the show began. you are doing.

Much of the audience consisted After the show I sought out the
of small to medium size children show's director Patrick Henry to ..
who, as their parents picniced on find out why the Free Street
the grass, proceeded to form their Theatre had split off from the
own entertainment, even if it Illinois Arts Council. He told me
was just sitting and watching. very directly, "They just couldn't
afford us anymore." When I
For many of the children (and asked him why he continued to
adults as well) the pre-show work to keep the Free Street
setting up wasell) tha fascinatinghow Theatre operating he said, "It's
procedure that held them my life."
enthralled as the lighting was
erected and the boom mikes were
swung into place. Whether the audience totally
agreed with the ideas presented
As the performers did some or not, the performance did evoke
last minute rehearsing, the crowd a response of some kind. It is not
roamed around the stage talking common and not everyone will
with and listening to the cast agree with the messages
while others straggled in and set presented, biut the entertainment
up their encampments for the provided affords an interesting
evening, evening for the entire family.




Page 6 October 16 THE HALYAI) .

The Halyard World Population Year Begins
Editor and General Manager... Asoc. Prof. W.J. Roach
Executive Editor... Ron w inbrn Effort To Achieve Balance
Managing Editor... Drew Brunson
Editorial Pags Editor...Shirley Corbin The world is one. More and
more people are beginning to
realize that many human
h SA problems are global in dimension
and that the. approach to solving
A p th y Str s them must therefore be global.
The United Nations has
designated 1974 as World
a Population Year. Two of the
A gain objectives of the Year are to .
sharpen awareness and heighten `4.
A nd gain appreciation of population pro-
A n A ga in grams and policies. World
Population Year activities are the
vital beginning of a continuing k
effort to achieve world-wide
nd n awareness of population matters
and to find a rational, workable
balance between people and
resources so that the quality of
W ho says there's apathy at UNF? human life everywhere could be
improved through better know-
It certainly didn't exist when the Free ledge, informed policy, and
Street Theater was on campus action.
SStreet eater was on cam A World Population Confer-
Unfortunately, the Free Street ence was convened in August
Theater has gone and now it's back to 1974 at Bucharest, Rofitania. This
was the first intergovernmental
apathy as the order of the day. conference ever held on the
subject and, at the same time,so i
functioned as the most prominent o
landmark of the World Population
Year. Mankind now knows that
The average UNF student comes control of growth of numbers, of
on campus for one purpose -- to people being born into this world,
is necessary for all countries, rich
attend a class. Then he or she goes and poor alike. Otherwise, it will
home to a job or family or some other swamp the progress achieved in
ligato M st students ethe nations in the last 50-100 years,
obligation. Most students either and create an impossible task for 'Coalition for Wor Population Luncheon at 12:30 p.m. at
aren't interested or don't have time even feeding additional three Year of interested organizations Wolfson Student Center, Jack-
(o they say) to get involved billions expected to be added in was formed in Jacksonville in sonville University. Honorable
Sth t t inv v in next 30years tothe existing world June 1974. This Coalition has Mr. Rikhi Jaipal, India's
anything. population of 3.5 billion. been engaged in many activities Ambassador to the United
The success of World Popu- since then and two of the Nations will be the guest speaker
nation Year depends on all highlights are coming on October and speak on India's Population
nations, all societies, and all 19. Policies and the World Population
sections of a society. We have to The first highlight is a World The tickets for this Luncheon are
f you really think tat peoplemobilize the skills and energies of Population Seminar on October 19 $4.00 per person and can be had
l think hat peo e governmentt, political leaders, at 9:00 a.m. at Wolfson Student from Dr. S.K. Kuthiala, Room
involved at UNF come to a Friday public officials, professional Center, Jacksonville University. 1341, Building 9 or. by calling
night movie. You can get a good seat associations labor' onions, t~. The contributors to this seminar 646-2850.
i Mligious institutions, business are Dr. S.K. Kuthiala (World ,Foreign students at the
because you could very well be the houses, social workers,women's Population Dilemna), Dr. Thomas University of North Florida,
only person who shows up. Come to a organizations, student groups Mongar (Limit to Population interested in joining the luncheon
and the information media to Growth in the USA), Representa- should contact Dr. S.K. Kuthiala
General Assembly meeting. You'll disseminate population infor- tive William Birchfield (Popu- (Phone 646-2850 or 721-2143),
probably be the only non-member nation and knowledge on which nation Growth in Florida), and Dr. who has several luncheon tickets
national policies, community and Alda Holliday (Family Planning). donated for foreign students by
there. Even the student members personal attitudes and decisions The seminar will be moderated by community leaders and organiza-
don't come, so you could be the only about population may be based. Mr. Leonard Mosby. tions in Jacksonville.
student th ere To promote these goals at the The second highlight is a U.N.
local level a Jacksonville Day World Population Year Dr. S.K. Kuthiala

Venture Studies:
Better et, come to a club meeting.
Any club. On paper, the club Necessary For Complete Education
membership look pretty good. But
with each c ub It is a small handful of It is easy to find students here As for the first reason, it is not Further examples could be
people who are really Involved and who object to UNF's Venture quite true that disciplines outside listed indefinitely. If properly
Studies program. The Venture one's major subject are irrele- understood and properly applied,
get something done. Studies are supposed to give a vant; not unless one is nearly all knowledge is useful
person some knowledge about unconcerned about how well he regardless of interdisciplinary
subjects outside his major. Some does his job once he is hired. boundaries.
students consider them a waste of An artist, for example, who
time. comprehends differential dif- None of this has even
It isn't just the UNF stud ent who is The program irritates those fraction of light rays should (all considered the higher purpose of
apathetic. Faculty and administration who still espouse the "Do your elsebeing equal) be able to paint a college education. Even ifit be
l seem to have something better to own thing" ethic of the a better sunset than theartistwho agreed that a person can be an
all S m to haV Something better to counterculture. It also frustrates knows almost nothing of physics. adequate mathematician while
do than get involved. the more conventional types who On the other hand, some training knowing nothing of music,
believe that a technological in the artistic interpretation of economics, or poetry, it remains
society demands intensive spe- reality can help a sociologist gain true that such a person is not
cialization, making the generalist intuitive abilities which would be educated in the best sense of that
an anachronism belonging to a valuable in research metho- word. He is only trained.
It might be a far-fetched dream, simpler and bygone era. dology, even though any resulting The specialist who restricts his
theories must be free of any vision so that it functions only in
but maybe the Free Street Theater Why, the detractors ask, does intuitive presuppositions. the world of his particular
was the beginning of a new era at an art major need to know In turn, the social sciences discipline is intellectually strait-
anything about physics? Why contain knowledge of value to the ened His humanness is not so
UN F. An era totally lacking in should a sociology student have to natural scientist who must reckon educated person. To compare a
indifference and full of involvement study Baroque music? What good with the effects of his work on his educated person. To compare a
on the part of the student as well as will any knowledge of history do community. The historian can tell is like comparing a narcolor movie
faculty and administration. Oh well, for a chemist? the biologist a few things about with a stereo soundtrack to a
faculty and administration. Oh well, Well, one goes to college for the effects of biological research, black-and-white silent film.
we can all dream... any combination of several for example, on religious A rounded, liberal education
reasons. The two primary ones, institutions, adds to what one gets from life in
perhaps, are (1) to get a diploma And we have not yet even adds to what one gets from life in
in order to qualify for. certain considered the communication the same way that color and
vocations and (2) the personal arts. These provide skills stereo sound add to what one gets
Shirley Corbin enrichment resulting from the invaluable in any discipline, but from a movie. That is the best
care, feeding, and training of the skills are themselves best reason for the Venture Studies.
one's intellect. developed by a broad education. Doug Shaver





Page 8 October 16 THE HALYARD


Few Use UNF Bus rFaCt {ie-
The bus then proceeds to 'After the bus leaves Florida
By PAUL TOWNSEL Arlington Plaza, (8:10 Departure Junior College it makes a final
time), on to Regency Square, pickup at the Southside Estates
In these days of the energy (8:20 Departure) then to (8:55 am) before returning to
crisis and fuel shortages only a Sandalwood Shopping Center, UNF and Florida Junior College. The deadline for the next issue of the HALYARD will be Tuesday
minimal portion of students (8:25 Departure) then to UNF, The cost for riding the bus from October 22 at 12 noon.
bother to utilize the services of (8:35), and Florida Junior College any of the pickups is 25c, which
the College Park-N-Ride Special. (8:45). beats the cost of gas these days.
According to Dr. Coy, dean of
students, between only five and Brown Presents Paper
seven students ride the Jackson-
ville Tranist Authority charter Dr. Iris G. Brown will present a paper, "The Development and
bus to school every morning. The Administration of a Sickle Cell Awareness Instrument," to the
University of North Florida is Research Council Scientific Forum of the American School Health
financially suffering but this poor Association.
showing of student riders was The annual conference will take place in New York City, October
anticipated. 10-19, 1974. Dr. Brown's paper is being considered for publication
Dr. Coy feels one reason for the in the Journal of American School Health.
shortage of student riders is Harmons Publish Work
because many potential bus
riders know nothing of it's
existence; the reason being the Dr. Gary L. Harmon, Chairman of the Department of Language
office of the dean of students and Literature, and his wife Ms. Susanna M. Harmon have
was not assured of it's running organized twenty different pieces of information of almost all the
before the first day of represented periodicals, under the title "Scholars Market."
UNF operates the bus -in "Scholar's Market," was created for literary scholars, collectors
conjunction with Florida Junior and librarians around the world. The result is a kind of profile of the
College (South Campus) who habits of literary scholars who research and publish in the English
splits one-half of the cost with language among journals from 34 countries.
UNF.
Brown, Yessin Perform
The bus runs through only one
of the three routes originally Prof. William Brown and Dr. Gerson Yessin performed at the
proposed. But because of rush University of Pennsylvania with the AllardString Quartet on Oct. 1.
hour traffic in the late afternoon Brown, accompanied by Yessin, sang several solos during the
the Jacksonville Transit Authority performance.
was not able to spare any
additional afternoon buses. The two UNF musicians recently performed at Manatee Junior
College in Sarasota, where they presented a program of selections
But despite the financial loss aw PIM hoe by so emn by black composers. In addition, Brown spent part of his summer
suffered by UNF Dr. Coy performing as featured soloist with the White Mountains (N.H.)
promised a continuance in the Music Festival, the Bear Valley Music Festival in San Francisco,
running of the bus at least ictla and the Detroit Symphony Opera Theatre.
throughout this school year.
Brown will be in Europe during October for several engagements
The bus runs through the three as a result of his recording with the London Symphony last year.
highest student populated areas. o O el l The recording, issued by Columbia Records Masterworks, is now
Starting at Normandy Mall at 7:30 #13 on the top 40 classical recording charts, according to the August
am the bus proceeds to Hemming Billboard magazine.
Park. Leaving Hemming Park at m a e Several offices and depart-
7:45 am the bus moves on to the By Tmothy Durde eeow occupy the buildings.
Merrill Road Shopping Center These are Student Activities, Career e
with a departure time of 8:00 am Student Health Office, (first
from the Center. Building ten, University of floor), and Dean, College of A Career Placement Seminar for education majors enrolled in
North Florida's newest addition, Arts&Sciences; Dean, College of Practicum II is being held on Friday, October 18, 1974, in the
is now occupied and the building Business Adminstration; the Assembly Room of Building 009 at the University of North Florida.
T e h Fl rd includes a bit of everything for Department of History; the It will last approximately two hours.
The H al ard nearly everyone. The facilities Department ot Management,
range from well equipped Marketing, and Business Law; The purpose of this meeting is to discuss job placement
gamerooms to the most modern and Department of Psychology. procedures. Mrs. Arvilla Southerland, Coordinator of Teacher
editor nd eeral Manager psychological observatory labs. Certification and Mr. Ray Bailey, Supervisor of Elementary
Asoc. Prof. W.J. Roach -- Staffing, Division of Personnel, will be present to discuss teacher
As oc. af. WJ. Rc certification and procedures for applying for positions in the Duval
AS is evident, all buildings at NEED County School system. Placement registration packets and other
Executive Editor U.N.F. are modern in design and materials will be distributed. All education students planning to
Ron Feinberg facilities, building ten being no SOM ETHING,, graduate in December are urged to attend.
exception. The building contains
Managing Editor more classrooms than any other TO sel?
rnsgn ok on campus and each room has
Draw Bruon color coordinated walls and seats. -- To buy?
Business Manager Many of the classrooms have Looking for a book, a ride, a ar? The path to security is only a decision and a phone cal awayI
Bernie Napier chairs situated in circular we &rin yod M Pw or writ your locAM WAY disbtor
Editorial Page editor fashions for group interactions.
Various labs are contained in the Paul C. Glass -- 146 Palm Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida ,din
HirNey Eorbin building, one in particular being 5
..Assoc. News Editbre of a different type. It is a THE HAL YARD'S
FrankiStanfleid Stephen W. Holland psychological lab which consists of nTHE HALYR DS...............
two rooms divided by a two-way aasmsified AdviW ASTgNG
writing staff mirror. One room is a control ook lAnnN.
room, the other is a monitor or
Timothy Durdlen, WHlam Here, observatory room. An intercom TE
Sandra L. L'Etolie, Mike Malone, system is attached for audible g
observation. The purpose of the
David Queen, Pam Stone, labs is controlled experi- Reprints of all Halyard photosmore.
ments in various situations. available. For more information W ste nO Iore.
Pail Tounsel contact: The Halyard office or call
Published every other week by 646-2817. V your best for an Jctivity
the members of the News- For those who enjoy gamelike
paper Workshop class at the recreation, the building has two thah t Will earn you cCsh
University of North Florida for designated areas. On the first Homesite for sale: Over % acre,
all members of the UNF floor is a recreation room lawn, woods, shade trees, and and valuable work experience.
community. Opinions express- containing two football tables garden space. Utilities available.
ed in this newspaper are not and two pool tables which are free In Sain Souci, six miles from UNF. Try your hand at
necessarily the opinion of the for use with the presentation of $12,000. Call Jim Bier 724-4274.
university or its officials. your student identification card.
Offices located in room 2401, The second floor has an area for
building 3 at the University of the more quiet games such as
North Florida, St. John's Bluff bridge, chess, and checkers. In
Road South, P.O. Box 17074,, addition to the games, each area This public document was the enterprise that benefits all
Jacksonville, Florida 32216. contains a compact kitchenette. promulgated at an estimated
Telephone: (904) 646-2817. cost ofll cper copy to inform HAL -
Represented nationally by Study areas are found students, faculty, career Contact THE ALYARD,
National Educational Adver- throughout the building. One service, and administrative Bldg.
rising Services, Inc., 360 area will contain 4 or 5 electric and professional staff about Room 2207, Bldg. 8
Lexington Ave., New York, typewriters for student use and activities affecting the univer-
New York 10017. the balconies contain tables sity community.
________________ and chairs for general purposes.






THE HALYARD October 16 Page 7






RewkUe4, 9dle'wie=w And Lag Ouft--8eo DTh 91
.By RICKY CREWS
In view of last weeks article A. No, but it keeps Halyard sembly, and ignore everything water any day now. little elves come in and lay the
about the Halyard's budget cuts staff members on campus a long except UNF "news." Q. Any more criticism about paper out for us.
and so-called student disinterest, time to continue working. Q. What you just mentioned the Halyard?
the following questions have been Q. One member of the Halyard seemed kind of dull. Would A. Well yes, there is a bright Q. Is there any truth to the
brought up for discussion. This staff reportedly suffered some anyone read about that? In a side. The complaints don't rumor that after the funds were
writer will attempt to answer sort of accident, what was it? biweekly paper wouldn't many pertain to very many people. cut you accused the General
them. A. He was run over by a boxcar Qf those things be too old to With the work involved, the 3 Assembly of being cheap, and
the Halyard's funds were cut and load of nasty "Letters to the be news? whole hours credit, and the cold they sent you a letter bomb?
the Halyard's funds were cut and Editor." A. - - war with certain facts of the UNF A. No, it was a 10c postcard
the General Assembly? Q. What were the letters Q. Hey, wake upl There, that's community, there isn't that many that said, "pow."
About? better. What else do some of the of us masohists to kick around.
A. Kind of like the little fat guy A. They were about 3 pages UNF community want from the Q. Does it take many people to Q. One last question, with all
on the movie Deliverence.
W r d y g long. staff of The Halyard? put out a newspaper, I mean what the work involved in putting out
Q. What rewards do you get for A. We should be able to feed is there to do except write? the Halyard, the aggravation of
working on the Halyard staff? Q. No, no, what did the letters the entire campus on just one A. Nothing. people come to deadlines, the small amount of
A. We get 3 whole hours credit pertain to? Boathouse Burger and beer, walk us and beg us to sell them ads, credit, and constantly being put
each quarter. As if that isn't A. Every club that has a across the lakes, little things like the printer is perfect and never on the defensive, why even
enough, we can work 3 quarters meeting feels that we should that. makes mistakes for us to proof, bother?
for a grand total of 9 hours. cover it, give a long list of Q. Don't you welcome people we need to interview for A. We had some silly idea
Q. That won't help much everyone's name that says complaints so you can improve? articles are always easy to find, about learning as we go, and
toward graduation, will it? anything at the General As- A. We should be walking on and sometime during the night giving UNF a good newspaper.





SW14F04 AN 99 A 4 aIf any of the above made sense
PAMSTO You need to speak to your C. On vacation. B. The famed UNF library, t ou, you will adjust well either
By PAM STONE advisor. The time is 9:02 a.m. The winner of the First for its unparalleled e aad in a psychiatric ward or at this
He/she is: Annual UNF Consistency Cam- billing system. university. Choose the road you
The University Life Quiz is A. Out to lunchpaign award should be: take with care: use a locigal
The University Life Quiz is A. Out to lunch. paign award should be: Bookstore, for its efficiency in system to determine your choice.
especially designed to test the A. The UNF cafeteria, for its ordering the required books for ye.
student's ability to function in the B. Gone home for the day. truly memorable cuisine. scheduled courses. Flip a coin.
university atmosphere. V
(CAUTION: Consumption may be
hazardous to your mental health.)

1. You have just received a
registration appointment card in
the mail. You should:
A. Make a paper airplane out QE
it -- since the appointment was for By DAVID QUEEN
yesterday. points were stated in the treaty of a person knowledgeable in This means no alternative
B. Call the person whose President Ford's plan to give 1954. Indochinese affairs who did not service for resisters. The U.S.
card you accidentally received what he called conditional Two of these points were that agree that had elections been involvement in Indochina was
and discuss the possibilities of amnesty to Vietnam deserters Vietnam was to be divided at the held possibly 80% of the people wrong from the beginning, and
both of you transferring to and draft dodgers can really only 17th parallel and that within two would have voted for the therefore those who resisted the
another school. be called "conditional s rrend- years countrywide elections Communist Ho Chi Minh, as their war were justified in their
C. Draw a Tic-Tac-Toe er." This move by Ford shows would be held to reunite the leader." resistance. Most of the resisters
pattern on the back, put an X' in that the U.S. government, even divided Vietnams. The Viet Minh Eisenhower also publicly ad- loved america and what it stood
the center, write "Your turn" after Wategate, is still not willing Government was the first to mitted at the time that the rich for. This is why they couldn't
under it, and mail it to the to be responsible for its acts and penetrate the parallel line, but and vast resources of new raw condone disastrous acts in
registrar, continues to lie to the American only after it was clear that the materials (namely tin, tungsten, Vietnam. A higher moral call
people concerning the U.S. Saigon prime minister Diem, with and oil) should be acquired from pervaded the minds of these
2. h b involvement in Indochina. the support of Eisenhower and South-East Asia even if the cost resisters who had seen through
2..You have been standing in Most of the draft dodgers were the National Security Council, was great. the nationalism that they had
line for so long your toes are not cowards and did not shirk had blocked the planned grown up with. They realized
numb. To relieve your boredom, their duty as responsible internationally supervised elect- U.S. participation in Vietnam that America was not always
you should: American citizens by deserting ion scheduled for July of 1956. was morally wrong. Thousands of right, and that when a law such as
A. Walk over and stare at the their induction notices. These Soon after this, U.S. ships women, children and others, this one was morally wrong, that
sky with a concerned expression people were lucky enough to began docking at Saigon under whether sympathetic to the Viet they would be serving the best
on your face. When everyone realize (55,000 weren't as the guise of removing war Cong or. not, were killed or interests of their country,
comes over to see what you're fortunate) the U.S. position in material. What the U.S. ships maimed as a result of the massive themselves, and the world by
looking at, bolt to the front of the Vietnam and the destruction that were really doing was unloading blanketbombings of rural, village refusing to obey it. These people
line. our presence was bringing to new arms and ammunition which areas by U.S. B-52's. Fifty-five realized that the Vietnam war was
B. Tie together the shoelaces thousands of innocent villagers, had been rushed in. thousand of our own soldiers were a different war. Not a war of
of the person in front of you and as well as the tremendous waste This evidence and much more killed. Much of the Vietnamese national defense, as had been the
scream "FIRE!" of American human and natural was revealed in the Pentagon land was defoliated and laid to case in earlier wars, but a war of
C. Try making a date with resources. Papers which were made public waste. From the Winter Soldier blatant American Imperialism.
the person in front of you. If the The U.S. held an instrumental by Daniel Ellsburg. Congress Investigation into American war
person is of the opposite sex, you position in starting the Vietnam never approved of these actions, crimes committed in South-East The resisters made no mistakes
can plan a wild weekend together. conflict. By the Geneva so what we had was essentially Asia (held in Detroit in 1971) as far as their resistance to the
If this should happen to be agreement of July 20, 1954, peace the start of an undeclared war. came the knowledge that My Lai war was concerned, as Ford has
someone of your own sex, he/she finally came to Indochina after Ite Eisenhower later commented in type incidents occurred more than suggested. This is why so few of
will probably vacate his/her long and complicated Freinch "White House Years," "I have a few times, and that smaller such the deserters are taking Ford up
position very quickly, and you will Indochina War. Three main never talked or corresponded with incidents were commonplace. on his offer.
move up in line.

3. You discover that you have P^ Ra~e Co&t 06e R cndio* Ad Taiig,
registration hold placed on you by
the Student Records Office. They 9tCd ul A d C e 0 T
explain that they are unable to
scripts. Realizing that this is a There has been discussionuL Dipt A Cai s Tai
university, Reanlizing that logic is recThere has been discussion students, faculty, and staff who student interest in this type the General Assembly estab-
univepasswordsity, and that logic is that recently of building a large- enjoy target shooting. facility is rather low. lished clear priorities for the
password, you suggest that caliber pistol range on the UNF The land required for the construction of recreational facili-
perhaps the transcripts are filed: campus. With a proper backstop It could be used by our own
and adequate fencing it could be police and other law enforcement range, backstop, parking, and ties early in 1973. In accordance
A. Alphabetically under your made safe, but some disad- agencies to train their officers, improved roads would be with the survey mentioned above,
first name. vantages would be difficult to thus improving relations between removed from present use as a a firing range was placed far
mitigate. This article an the university and those agencies. wildlife refuge, down the list. Unless the General
B. Under your astrological attempt to lay personal bias aside It could be used for training The noise generated would Assembly changes its mind,
sign. and dispassionately conbias aside the clinics for community members discourage human use of the outside sources of funds, such as
sign. Numerically, under your pros and dispassionately consider the interested in self-defense and gun vicinity as an outdoor classroom law enforcement agencies, gun
C. safety., and for hiking and nature study. clubs, or the National Rifle
CONS One final point perhaps needs Association would have to be
D. Under "M", for "male", PROS The survey taken by the to be made. No Student Activities found.
"F, for "female,"or under "Q," A range would provide Student Affairs committee in money could be used for this
for "Miscellaneous." recreational benefits for those February of 1973 indicates that purpose in the near future since Robert W. Loftin




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