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Vol. 2 No. 3 Umiveraty of North or Ja*ksonville, Florida Wednesday, November 13, 1974

*Caet FBii Ceeine

*Caopeld Disappoitted

*UFF t Baain lOK Wi Ci xeculiu


Collective Bargaining: Reality?
By DAVID GREEN issue and vote in the spring. UFF curriculum control as opposed to to say that the Florida State than anger, the fact remains that
AND is made up of members of all nine state wide uniformity. University System will be the Carpenter is unhappy with the
FRANK STANFIELD SUS campuses including UNF. third largest collective bargaining formation of a UFF local on
Recently UFF voted to affiliate unit in the United States. campus.
Faculty collective bargaining UFF would act to balance the with the Florida Education On the management side of the UFF has gained momentum in
may be a reality in a matter of power between the nine Board of Association and the American issue UNF President Thomas G. recent months in its attempts to
months. The new collective Regents members and the more Federation of Teachers. AFT Carpenter has described the establish itself as a faculty union.
bargaining law of May 30, 1974 affiliation will enable UFF to be During the November 4 Boardof
provides the right to bargain an affiliate of the Florida Durngthe November 4 Board o
collectively if 30 per cent of the ...American Federation of AFL-CIO which would strengthen :..The United Faculty of Florida Regents meeting UFF indicated
State University System (SUS) Teacher's affiliation will enable its lobbying power in the state I(UFF is a labor union currently to the Board hat the size of its
Faculty sign cards designating a UFF to be an affiliate of the legislature, striving for the position of membership rolls was indicative
specific organization as a Florida AFL-CIO which would bargaining agent. A main issue is of its representative strength.
bargaining agent, strengthen it's lobbying power in Tentatively, the way that whether or not the faculty of SUS At the meeting the UFF
the state legislature. Recently) collective bargaining will work is will haie the chance to debate the requested that an election be held
The United Faculty of Florida UFF voted to affiliate with the that the Board of Regents will be issue and vote in the spring... to decide whether or not the UFF
(UFF) is a labor union currently AFT... regarded as the "public em- would represent the faculty or
striving for the position of ployer" for all faculty and not. The Board chairman,
bargaining agent. A main issue is than nine thousand members of professional employees in the formation of a faculty union as an Marshall Criser, refused to place
whether or not the faculty of SUS the SUS Faculty. As a bargaining State University System. "unhappy day for higher the motion on the agenda,
will have the chance to debate the agent UFF is concerned with local education." Describing his re- according to Carpenter, who
UFF will bargain with the Chief action as disappointment rather continued on page 2
Executive Officer of the BOR, the
Convs L Chancellor. If he fails to bargain R el
Sn i ts: ia' in good faith with the UFF, a a :
Ct L w Public Employee Relations Con-
to do so. If no agreement is
School-ound? mission (PERC) can compel him
School Bound? .dh a tg e Commedia
acceptable to both sides or who is C om
By FRANK E. STANFIELD THE RESOLUTION went on to appointed by PERC will try to
Associate News Editor say that higher education couldA bring about an agreement. er I 9 A e
play a vital role in the
What is the status of a former rehabilitation process; that the Collective bargaining is rela-
convicted felon when that felon cost to the state would be reduced tively new to higher education.
applies for law school admission? by not having ex-convicts going According to Dimension, the UFF
back to prison but making a newsletter, already more than 18
The question came up recently constructive life for themselves per cent of college and university Commedia Dell' Arte is more a style than a title and in place of a
when a former convict applied for instead; and that "no group faculty work under collective script is an outline of situations loaded with contemporary social
and was granted a seat in Florida characteristics should be applied bargaining contracts (compared comment.
State University's law school. to prohibit an individual from with less than three per cent four
When frustrated parents of gaining admission to a degree years ago). "It is a play of the Improvisational Theatre originating from the
prospective law students heard program in any professional or Italian Renaissance in the 16th century," said Director Jane Decker.
about the felon's admission over nonprofessional school. Presently 55,000 faculty are
the choice of non-felons, The resolution was concluded by covered by collectively bargained See the story on page eight of this issue.
indignant parents protested urging the BOR not to bar felons contracts. The newsletter went on
loudly. from the state institutions of '.
THE BOARD OF REGENTS learning "solely on the ground O fl t
(BOR) established a policy stating that they had been convicted of a
that a convicted felon whose civil felony."
rights had not yet been restored The resolution was passed by O e
will not be eligible for admission the General Assembly and was
to "any academic program for forward to the Board of Regents. .4j
which there are more qualified e g
applicants than places." AT THE NOVEMBER 4, BOR F lIo
On October 17, the UNF meeting the chairman, Marshall In the November 7 meeting of
General Assembly met, and Criser, indicated that e the General Assembly a lettering of
among other things debated the university should perhaps deter- the General Assembly a letter
felon issue. During the meeting mine its own felon policy. University system was inserted
Dr. Leonard Lipkin and Dr. UNF President Dr. Thomas into the minutes.
Steven DeLue proposed a Carpenter has indicated that the
resolution dealing with the issue. BOR may be concerned that The letter stated that the I
The BOR resolution was possible legislative action may be Chancellor felt that there was no "
incorrectly attributed to Lipkin enacted if the BOR does not enact conflict existing between the ..
and DeLue in the October 30. a concrete program in regards to proposed policy of The Board of
Halyard. In reality the Lipkin, the felon issue. Regents and the resolution
DeLue resolution refuted the BOR Carpenter disagrees with the passed by the General Assembly.
stance. DeLue, Lipkin resolution and
The Lipkin, DeLue resolution agrees with the BOR decision to Dr. Steven DeLue and Dr.
stated that the concept of bar felons from schools if those Leonard Lipkin feel that a basic .
rehabilitating convicts in order to felons would displace students. disagreement does exist between .
reestablish themselves in society PUBLIC LAW SCHOOLS do the two policies. They and Jason .
after serving their sentences is a not have the capacity to meet the Selph plan to ask the General ~ '
positive step in the right direction admission load now says Assembly at the next regular Commedia Del' Arte is Improvisational art. It has been performed
and that ex-convicts should be Carpenter. so why admit a felon meeting to go on record as many times with many different Interpretations. Including the one
free from "vindictive actions of who can never practice law opposing the Chancellor's inter- above from the 16 century.
the community." anyway? pretation of the resolution.


9hCt e Cmpuu Bie6...Poge 2 Faculty Notes...Page 5 Law Aid Cdite...Page 6

ino l I Registration...Page 3 WOM.K'6 C...P.age 4 Letter Box...Page 7




Page 2 November 13, 1974 THE HALYARD continued from page 1

SCollective Bargaining: Reality?
Cq attended the meeting. The Carpenter, who majored in that a faculty union could achieve
request was forwarded to PERC labor economics in college, cited would be more input in
where a decision will be made on several positive contributions by management decisions. For
whether or not to hold an election. such labor unions as the United Carpenter, who admits adminis-
The next deadline for the Halyard Is Tuesday November 19. All copy Carpenter stressed that several Mine Workers and United Auto trative bias in this area, there can
must be typed and names will be withheld upon request, important points will have to be Workers with regards to safety only be problems ahead.
decided upon before an election standards and improved stan-; One of the problems as far as
can be held. For example, said dards of living for workers, but he Carpenter is concerned, is that
P ACE Testsf Av ilabl Carpenter, it needs to be added that he was still skeptical the BOR will be in a crush
P A CE Tests A available determined who is eligible to about UFF's possible role in between the union and the state
vote. Should part time professors, higher education. "What can legislature. Another problem says
Applications for the Professional and Administrative Career deans, department chairmen, and they achieve then (with a union) Carpenter, is that an adversary
Examination (PACE) are available in the Cooperative Education and adjuncts be allowed to vote? that they can't achieve now?" : relationship between union mem-
Placement Center, building 1, room 2662 for graduating students Carpenter is also concerned with asks Carpenter. bers and management is
interested in working for the federal government, who will be the bargaining agent inevitable, even though no
for the state--will it be BOR or Citing increased salaries and administrative reprisals would
PACE is a single examination that will serve as a principal means some other state agency? benefits over the years, Carpent- ever be leveled at union
of entry into the Federal civil service for college graduates and Carpenter describes faculty er reflected that the only thing members, says Carpenter.
others with appropriate responsible work experience, members as professionals and
SA S o alk, art associate in a labor union seems a conene
SA S Ta Pa ty strange", and added that he felt convement
that universities mus. produce place4to
The Society for the Advancement of Management (S.A.M.) will thaer t uni itis mat produce Splaceto
sponsor a workshop for job interviews on November21, at noon. For leader traditionnally r e ente -
more information on the workshop contact S.A.M. have traditionally represnted t
blue collar workers. the un- ban
S.A.M will feature Charles E. Rice, president of Barnett Banks of Ha lCTTr1 d. a great 0
Florida Inc. to speak in the auditorium in building 9 on December 5 H l. iy a- oro e *
at noon. -. borrow"
S.A.M. will offer a Christmas party at Baymeadows on December b r.
13 at 8:00 p.m. The semi-formal party will have an advance cover y Ambly
charge of $2.50, and a $3.00 charge at the door. Tickets will be on Assem l
sale starting December 1 in front of the administration building and 'V
in front of the bookstore. The General Assembly com- Y U
pleted the allocation of funding
UNF Chorus Auditions for "The Halyard" at a special
meeting Oct. 31. cd u i
The UNF chorus will hold open auditions for the Winter quarter The original budget for the cared t u n Wo n
Nov. 18-22. The auditions will be held in Building 9, room 1421 from campus newspaper was $70,000.
noon to 1:00 p.m. This had been pared to $48,000 by h J "credit unions are financially
the Publications Board last April. a sound savings and lending
Interested parties do not need to prepare vocal selections but will A $13,000 item for equipment was sound savings and lending
be asked to sing some familiar melodies, later dropped. institutions designed to
During the winter quarter the chorus will consist of two sections. The 12-month budget forJuly m eetthe
The first will meet on Tuesday from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. The second The, 1974 t2-month 30,budget for July S im p le In terest meet
section will meet on Wednesday from 6:45 to 8:05 p.m. 1, 1974 to June 30, 1975 now
section will meet on Wednesday from 6:45 to 8:05 p.m. includes these allocations: $7,338 special needs of a specific
CEPC Sem inars Planned from OPS funds for student group of people in this instance
CE C Semlinars Planned assistants; $3,000 from Instruc- O T all school employees in baker,
tion and Research account for L
operating expenses; $12,500 from clay and duval coun-
Thirty thousand accounting positions will go unfilled this year. Student Activities funds for ties as well as
There is also a shortage of mathematics, reading, and science operating expenses and student S ms of their
teachers because students do not know where or how to find a job. assistants, and $3,000 anticipated members of their
from advertising, families who live in
The Cooperative Education and Placement Center (CEPC) is .. oa, edr ad g a the same
conducting programs to help students in all phases of their job W.J. Roach, editor and general
search activities. A placement seminar will be held to aid students manager of the newspaper, told household.
in their job search on November 14, November 21 and December 5, the assembly that the chances of YOU
at noon in Building 001, Room 2339. realizing a $3,000 net income
From advertising were now should join
The session will discuss resume-writing and identification of minimal. He also pointed out that
public and private job opportunities on local, state and national the committee and Publications y ur
levels. A videotape, "The Interview Game", will be shown Board had recognized the "bare
November 19, November 26 and December 3 at noon in Building bones of the allocation by c dit uni
003, Room 1301. granting the publication the right credit union
to request additional funds if
needed in the spring.
New Course to be Offered

"Assessment and Placement Strategies," an exploration of the Co l lL H T Plo ce An Ad
economic, social psychological, political, and legal implications T
associated with employment assessment and placement tools will
begin Wednesday, Nov. 13, on the UNF campus.
Mail To: The Halyard, P.O. Box Please Print Neatly
The course, conducted by Dr. Leslie Krieger, UNF associate 17074, Pottsburg Station, Jackl;-
professor of psychology, will be offered on Wednesdays from 3-5 sonville, Florida 32216 or bring to -., ,
p.m. in building 8, room 2415, through Dec. 4. Registration is $25. Halyard offices Building 3 Room
2401 UNF Campus. _____ _____________
Beginning Saturday, Nov. 16, and concluding on Saturday; Nov. 2401 UNF Campus.
23, will be a two-part workshop, "East and West: An Exchange of
Values." DEADLINE:
The workshop, conducted by Dr. Satya S. Pachori, UNF assistant The next deadline is Tuesday
professor of literature and language, will concentrate on religious, November 19 at noon.
social, cultural, political, and philosophical values derived from the All ads must be accompanied by
ancient East, especially India, and the modem West. payment, r ii .. ....
The workshop will meet from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in UNF .
building eight, room 1111. Registration is $25. RATES:
Additional information on these courses and $.06 per word with minimum of'
Additional information on these courses and planned Quest $1.00 per insertion. (This information is for our files and will not be published)
Program offerings may be obtained from the UNF continVing 2 consecutive insertions or more
education division, telephone 646-2700. / $.05 per word. (
/ Name...********.*.********************************************

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THE HALYARD November 13, 1974 Page 3

Problems

Avoidable
By PAM STONE
SHalyard Staff Writer
Registration problems
that occur frequently each
quarter can be easily
Col. McKeown expressed his avoided.
'stdmiration' to UNF's ROTC
Program by ranking it above 13 Mrs. Margene Randolph,
supervisor of student re-
By RBT GRE leading universities In overall a il r f en r-
appearance and activities. He supervisor of Student re-
said that this favorable Im- cords and registration, said
pression has been earned through
the outstanding leadership of Col. that -students must make
Glickes, 'UNF's professor of
military science, sure that .section numbers
Staff Photos By Bob Green
for the classes they select
Si match the appropriate time
blocks of those particular
e s classes. This will avoid
computer delays and insure
"proper registration in de-
sired courses.
According to Mrs.
Randolph, many students
do not pick up a computer
Oprint-out at the Student
Records Office after filling
RO TC -out an add-drop form. The
supervisor stressed that no
transaction of this kind is
Change of Comma complete until such a
Sprint-out is received by the
student.
By ROBERT GREEN year's outstanding cadet is John ceremony with three of them as Director of Student Re-
Halyard Staff Writer Hughes. color guards.
COL. MCKEOWN expressed In closing his speech, Col. cords and Registration
his admiration to UNF's ROTC McKeown said, "I will not
Col. Charles D. McKeown Program by ranking it above 13 address you cadets as "The Dirty Marcus Casbeer outlined
dedicated his sabre to the leading universities in overall Dozen" because of the fine
University of North Florida appearance and activities. He standards you are setting. In spite the new registration proce-
Reserve Officers Training Corp said that this favorable impres- of the faults our nation is facing
(ROTC) in a brief ceremony held sion has been earned through the today, 1 still feel our country is the dures to be used for winter
in the courtyard. Col. McKeown outstanding leadership of Col. finest place to live in." quarter. Beginning today
used to be the professor of Glickes, UNF's professor of DR. CARPENTER, president of
military science at UNF. military science, combined with UNF, accepted the sabre and and running through Tues-
The sabre, which has been in the enthusiastic faculty and said, "University of North Florida
his family for fifty-four years, will student body. understands the personal value of day, November 19, current-
be an annual award presented to There were about twelve cadets this sabre and we appreciate your
the most outstanding cadet. This in full dress attending the giving it to us." ly enrolled students will fill
out and submit the schedule
;:....... i. convenience.
Alternates must be in-
cluded on the form in order
to insure a complete
Schedule, Casbeer stressed.
MRS. MERIDETH CAS-
ON, UNF Cashier, said that
many students fail to
complete a transaction at
the cashier's window during
SL the designated period.
Any student mailing his
1 fees to the cashier's office
-j .... *,. d I should include the fee card,
receipt, and a self-address-
.; ed stamped envelope with
his payment.





Page 4 November 13, 1974 THE HALYARD



Encounter Series:


hat Do These Women Want

began in 1840 at a women's DR. DECKER confined her
By DOUG SHAVER suffrage meeting in Seneca Falls, remarks to reading a short
Halyard Staff Writer New York. Many women in the quotation from "The Second
The UNF Women'suffrage movement, according to Sex," a book by feminist Simone
The UNF Women's Club began Olsen, were also quite active in de Beauvoir.
a Lecture Encounter Series on Abolitionism and the Temperance
campus Wednesday, October 16 Movement. Bidelman discussed some
at 8:00 p.m. The first program of reasons why men should support
the monthly series was a panel Many of the early feminists Women's Liberation. He said that
discussion on the topic "What Do also advocated free love and many notable men have support-
These Women Want?" divorce reform, said Olsen, but ed women's causes and that as
the movement later narrowed its long as women are suppressed,
The four panelists on the focus toward obtaining the men cannot be completely free
program were: Jim Olsen, franchise. themselves.
Jacksonville University history
professor; Dale Clifford, UNF AFTER RATIFICATION of The program concluded with
assistant professor of history; the 19th Amendment in 1920. opening the discussion to the
Jane Decker, UNF assistant the feminist movement generally audience. Nearly thirty people
professor of political science; and collapsed until the.publication of were present, including about six
Patrick Bidelman, history student Betty Friedan's Feminine Mysti- men.
and Ph.D. candidate. que in 1963. Women's Liberation
now claims to be working toward
a better society for all people,
said Olsen.
Dr. Clifford discussed the
...Manj of the early feminists Equal Rights Amendment, which ...Many notable men have
also advocated free love and was passed by Congress and is supported women's causes, and
divorce reform, said Olsen, but now awaiting ratification by the as long as women are suppressed,
the movement later narrowed its states. Although sex discrimina- men cannot be completely free
focus toward obtaining the tion is prohibited by the Civil themselves...
franchise... Rights Act of 1964, Clifford
pointed out that obtaining one's
rights under this act requires a
long, expensive "piecemeal Staff Photo By Shirey Corin
OLSEN BEGAN the discussion litigation" process. Ms. Jane Decker, one of the panelists for the UNF Women's Club
by comparing the feminist THE PROGRAM was the first Lecture Encounter "What Do These Women Want.
movement of the nineteenth and Upon ratification of the ERA, in a series to be sponsored by the
early twentieth centuries with the said Clifford, the states would UNF Women's Club. Mary
Women's Liberation Movement automatically have to revise or Brumbaugh, Chairperson of the
of the past two decades. eliminate all discriminatory committee orga niing the s T o
legislation, rather than wait for com t nizing the series, S
Olsen said the feminist individuals to challenge each law says that the programs will besday of
movement of the last century separately. each month. $ Each Student

SOpe t 9 1A M to 3 Plmuida M h ro nuBrumbaugh says she hopes the
topics of the lectures will be of The UNF bus service is departments in hopes that as
Th at to city is only a dcin nd a phone c y general interest to all the public. presently costing the university many classes as possible will be
We an yod Phoe or wr ite you loa AMWAY dabutor The next program, to be held nearly $10 a day for each student scheduled in time blocks 3
November 20, will be on now using it. through 7. These are the only
Paul C. Glass -- 1406 Palm Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida 2 homosexuality. The January The Jacksonville Transporta- periods occurring between the
program will be on rape. tin Authority (JTA) charges UNF arrival and departure times of the
and FJC's South Campus $100 bus.
per day for the charter service. Coy said the present bus
Sa The fares. collected each day schedule will be maintained next
UY o YB O are deducted from this figure, quarter. He hopes students will
and the difference is paid 50-50 try to plan their class schedules so
by the two schools. that they will be able to use the
THE COMBINED UNF-FJC service.
ridership is so small that fares The present bus schedule was
contribute less than $10 a day. the result of seven months of
Complete Ju nking Se ,r w Thus, UNF is paying at least $45 negotiation between Coy and the
per day for a bus service used by provost of FJC South Campus.
about half a dozen students. FJC has virtually no classes after

CheckingU awng -Lanstudents, says he hopes more afternoon departure. UNF needed
students will use the bus next a later departure.
quarter. He told the Halyard that
information will soon be mailed The present afternoon schedule
to all students reminding them of 1:30 p.m. on Monday,
that the service will continue Wednesday, and Friday, and 3:40
Open 9 AM to 3 PM M on.-Thurs. through next quarter. p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday
was the resulting compromise.
Coy said his office is in touch was the resulting compromise.

9 AM to 6 PM Fri. with the various academic
Green New Pres.

Drive-In Tellers: 8:30 AM to 4 PM Mon.-Thurs. OfNF democrat
8-30 AM to 6:30 PM Fri. ...r
Jim Green ws, elected room 1331, building three, plans
President of the UNF Democrats will be made -!for the panel
at the November fifth meeting. discussion on the economic
Other officers elected were Ila situation.
Wt *r Pagel, vice president and Nolan The club will also discuss its
A tlantic U university Bank Witkerson, treasurer. There will role in the final drive to secure a
be a run-off for secretary between Student Government Association
Thelma Cribbs and Dan Naugh- at UNF. The UNF Democrats
., .OICton. In addition to electing club strongly urge all assembly
J h officers, preliminary plans were members to-vote for Option 1-Self
Corner Beach Blvd. and St. John's Bluff Rd. begun for a panel discussion to be Governing Constituent Bodies
sponsored by the club after the and a University Senate with
first of the year. limited powers in the current
Phone 94 -77 1 referendum. The club feels this
At the next regular meeting of plan provides the best organiza-
Member FDIC the Democrats club, which will be tion to efficiently deal with
held November 15th at 7 p.m. in governing the university.





STHE HALYARD November 13, 1974 Page 5

g t/fi iFootball, Basketball,

Chess Among Activities
By MIKE MALONE ment about to finish up. A archery are just a few of the
K th Chal 4 Halyard Staff Writer football contest begins Novemb- sports which can be played
ut iala on Channel 4 er fourth. competitively during sportsweek.
If you have wondered if UNF SPORTSWEEK is another
Dr. S.K. Kuthiala, associate professor in Sociology, will appear has a football team, trouble your activity that Allen hopes will be as Basketball is the next big team
on WJXT Television Program 30 Below on November 17, 1974 at minds no further. UNF had seven successful as football. "The idea sport in the intramural league.
7:00 p.m. He will be participating in a two series program on World football teams, of sportsweek is to encourage There will be a three man league
Hunge. individual participation and forming in the winter quarter. All
competition," Allen said. There interested teams should submit
H offm an Speaks at T-Bird These teams are not part of the will be some team competition rosters to Students Activities by
Southeastern Conference. They during sports, but primarily January 17th. In addition to the
have their own league-the UNF emphasis will be on individual three man league, there is
Mr. John Hoffman, Partner of The Tampa Office of Price intrumural league, and they hold participation. According to Allen, also a one-on-one basketball
Waterhouse Company, will speak at the monthly dinner meeting of "rap" sessions every Tuesday horseshoes, 'able tennis and tournament planned.
The Jacksonville Chapter of The National Association of and Thursday at UNF's "Wild-
Accountants at 6 p.m., Tuesday, November 19, at The Tunderbird life" field.
Motor Inn. Hoffman will speak on Tax Implications of Lesed
Contracts. The public is invited. ARLINGTON PET CENTER
RONNY ALLEN, intramural
Pachori Publishes Article director and winner of four state PUPPIES KITTENS BIRDS REPTILES
judo championships for UNF, is & SMALL FURRY CRITTERS
Dr. Satya S. Pachori, Department of Language and Literature, pleased with the success of the
published an article, "Some Eastern Sources of Shelley's 'Indian intramural program so far. BATHING & PET GROOMING
Serenade'," in the April, 1974 issue of The Visvabharad Quarterly. "Participation in intramural
The Quarterly is published at the University of Visvabharati, sports has been much better than ALL BREEDS
Santiniketan, W. Bengal, India, founded by India's anticipated," he said. "And not
poet-philosopher, Rabindranath Tagore. only are students engaging in PETS PET SUPPLIES
these activities, but professors
b 11* A tUl and some of the college deans
chafer Publishes Article too," he added.
Dan Schafer's article, entitled "Clearing the Jungle out of
African Studies" was published in African Studies Review. The
Southern Association of Africanists have requested permission to Allen, who plays on the UNF
republish the article in their newsletter. Staff's intramural team, esti- TROPICAL FISH &
mates that approximately 125 S AQUARIUM
students are participating in the SUPPLIES
Leonard Publishes Article intramural football program.
Such notable educators as Dr. FRESH WATER
Tom Leonard's article entitled, "Stanley K. Hornbeck: Major James Parrish, dean of the & MARINE
Deterrent to American Japanese Summitry, 1941" was published college of business administration ROICALS
in the Towson State Journal of International Affairs. and Jim Haywood, dean of
administrative affairs are also
participants. ca s FINANCING AVAILABLE


Humor Shortage i MNIA1c
activities the program has going 1212 BERNITA
Snow. There is also a billiards .OFF ARLINGTON RD.
a S S Sering tournament and a chess tourna-

We are suffering! And we don't tenure, and the administration m- I -i il
even know it. only smiles during United Fund
Drives. I was reading the New
I am speaking about the humor York TIMESthe other day. It said
shortage on campus. Where have humor was passe. The look in
all the smiles gone? The Paris is nostalgic once again --
breeze-ways are lined with going back to the good old
unsmiling students, like pigeons, depression of 1929. Pay no mind
cooing over books and cigarettes, to Bob Hope: we are in a full
There are no loud guffaws blown humor depression. at
echoing ever in the afternoon;
mornings are a cloisterful of If we don't wake up and laugh
laughter. Stale expressions that soon we will be drowning in the *U *
meditate on bricks settle on the sound of footsteps on concrete m eatt Sew e S
faces of the unsuspecting. Not breeze-way floors. Our eyes will
just one or two: this is a be fixed in a studious mold, we
contagious anti-social disease will all look like philosophy majors
that is reaching epidemic (SHUDDER).
proportions. The whole world is
frowning -- and UNF is joining the
crowd. We've got to stop this It is my suggestion to end this
thing now! laughless mood that a major
graffiti campaign be started right
We don't have Nixon to kick here at UNF. It seems a few.
around or laugh at anymore, and Boathouse beers will loose witty i
everyone is feeling sorry for ink. Now, I know what others may
helmet-head Ford. Politics isn't say. Many will cite numerous
funny anymore -- even the examples of poetic license being F*8P V I
Kennedy's are frowning. I know violated. Some will complain most
the economy is bad. Even my own readily. So let us be creative, i
food bill has rocketed higher than sending the reader, if not rolling .. A A -. _. J |
my bar bill. I just can't seem to in the aisles, then p.t least
make both ends meet. I tried smiling. Pick a clever line and %
eating only vegetables. Vege- spread it around. I believe that'
tables have almost no humor at soon there will be laughter in the
all. What was the last carrot joke breeze-ways, humor in the
you heard? How about egg-plant?; classrooms, smiles in the parking u
I doubt if anyone ever heard of a lots. "
joke about egg-plant. Things just :
don't seem to be their funny old
selves anymore. It is up to the students, faculty, .. Je 7 am. t 10 ..
support services and the.
Classes are no laughing matter administrationn' If we all work '
unless you are getting V.A. hard, a new age of laughter may 1 s t.Ol I d D *L 'DIL
benefits and don't attend classes, be dawning at UNF. We could t.
In that case you are probably become a household laugh around
laughing so hard that your friends the old Bold New City. Whatdaya 641 087
think you are obnoxious. No one say UNFers? PHee 641-0877
likes arip-off unless he is getting
part of the pie. Professors can't HAROLD MORGAN
laugh until they are granted Student

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Page 6 November 13, 1974 THE HALYARD
e HaardResident Gator:
The Halyard No Turkey, a Little Ham
Editor and General Manager... Assoc. Prof WJ. Roach L ittle
Executive Editor... Ron Feinberg
Managing Editor... Drew Brunson
Editorial Page Editor...Shirley Corbin By PAUL TOWNSEL Gator: I don't have any friends. Gator: Well, at one time I was
I Halyard Staff Writer HALYARD: Why is that? very contented living in the
swamp that was here. Then came
While on my way to a teacher's Gator: Well, I am, by nature, a the men with the bulldozers,
B O R Ds office in building 10, I noticed shy and introverted reptile. I knocking down trees, building
e t SB UNF's resident alligator sun- really hate people. The only these buildings and worst of all,
m D Obathing in the sand on the bank of reason I associate with any of you cementing up my beautiful
the lake. I anxiously jumped at is because you feed me. If I had swamp.
the chance for this interview, but my way I would eat you all. HALYARD:Well, we aren't all
after one loud, warning croak, I bad.
realized that .he would feel alot ,,HALYARD: Well, what's
C safer if kept mv distance.. Stopping youh Gator: I'll agree. I had this
After If coaxed him with.amy tasty construction worker back
After I coaxed him with my Gator: Oh! You think I'm when they were building this
salami sandwich and assured him scared, huh! (Taking onrie step school. He fell in my water hole.
According to the FBI, the crime that I had no intention of coming foward.). I've still got his collar bone
within 15 feet of his jaws, he
rate in Florida is one of the highest in began responding to my HALYARD;NO!..NO! I was lodged in mywisdom tooth, see!
interrogation in a blunt and candid just curious. Let's forget that (Opens his mouth wide.)
the nation. It is therefore difficult to manner. question. (Taking three steps HALYARD: No, thanks. (Step-
understand why the Board of Regents ALYARD: Nowthat we've backward ) ow do you pass your ping backward.)
s w t B informally met, won't you tell me time daily? Gator: Aw come on, (Stepping
(BOR) would close the doors of your name? Gator: Mostly by staying under faster.) I won't hurt you
Gator: None of your business, water, away from bothersome (Sarcastically grining.)
rehabilitation by denying a convicted turkey. You're not my type. people and reporters. HALYARD: I know you won't.
feon, who has paid his debt t HALYARD: Well, what do your HALYARD: Why do you hate Thank You and goodbye
is deb to friends call you? people so much? (frantically running).
society, a chance for an education. .. ,.. .:. .
The event that precipitated the "-' o
BOR's proposal was the admission of
a felon to Florida State University
Law School. The dissent came from -',--" .
parents of students (non-felons) who' .,^ By SNr Cob
IStaff Photo By Shirley Corbln
were denied entry to the law school. D r -r f
These parents felt that their Dra fV WsEoE e
children's test scores were higher
than the feon's and therefore Question of Subtle Logic
protested, the main argument was By DOUG SHAVER B. To ascribe purely humani- Likewise, certain services must
that a felon could n t e admitted t Halyard Staff Columnit tarian motives to everyone who be performed by someone. Since
Sa n n a mievaded the draft is, to put it most we cannot all raise our own food,
the Florida Bar and therefore could Those who would like to see the charitably naive. So let us be examp, government
draft evaders and deserters given naive. What about those who would have to draft farmers if no
never practice law. an unconditional amnesty have deserted after joining the service? one would voluntarily see
practice. ..-agriculture as a career. If the
The BOR's proposal does not presented an argument lacking If they were not conscientious a le s a the
I BO D R s proposal d oes not,, (I) a demonstration that its objectors before their enlistment example seems absurd, the
principle on which it is based is
distinguish between the various proponent. appreciate the subtle- or induction, what changed their not.
ties of logic and (2) an awareness minds? 1, for one, do not doubt Of course, the expatriates may
academic disciplines. Therefore to of some facts of sociological hat a few of them experienced object t
reality, genuine heightening of their a o i c to
deny a felon admission would exclude Their logic seems to go social awareness, or something scr thth et seric to
something like this: like that. But to believe that this society, if only that services. did notdeed,
him from all college programs. A. The U.S. involvement in was true of most cases is to strain vi lathe ir ronsiences. ee
Vietnam was clearly immoral and credulity because that lov e their cisentrly
It is evident from our overcrowded illegal, and the draft was the C. The government, by that they have taken the drastic
Sa method by which our government withdrawing our forces without action of evading the draft, or
prisons that this is not the answer. compelled young men to support achieving a military victory, could deserting. Being true patriots
One main fault with the BOR's this enterprise. just perhaps have been tacitly they have refused to participate in
B. Those who evaded the draft admitting that somebody had their country's self-degradation.
proposal is this ambiguous term or deserted the Armed Forces been wrong, but that admission So they say.
were, every one of them, men of (if it was one) carried no Very well. If it had not been for
S'felon"', Which encompasses every- such moral sensitivity that they implication as to who had been "that immoral war," they would
knew how wrong our government right. gladly have served? We might
thing from theft to murder. was in perpetrating the Vietnam Many intelligent and honorable ask why if they so love mankind
it matters not the degree of the By signing the arisTreaty people were saying throughout they did not do something such as
rim all that is n r i the w rd ein effect on would have been to invade not quibble. a
Criom ai th at is nee eo IS e wor admitted having made a grieve Nrh Vietnam. Perhaps it is they The war is over, and the only
felon to quasn h and exting uish any error and, in so doig, s has who have been vindicated, service they are being asked toi
hoTpe fer a felon Oef ever be coming a epatriates' position is open to necessary for the preservation of
D. Therefore. our country is conderableargument it seems their society, and moral.
productive member of society. in."debted to these 'people for r tashttheyb s Ah, but they demand an
having shown us the light, and so wing to compromise as the admission of guilt from their
By taking this stand the BOR is the government is in opposition resident has shown hithiself to society. No longer do btheit
ln" w to dictate, the enteriy ofth their be.a a consciences trouble them. Rath-
saying that one who has been repatriation. er, they are now trying to prove
convicted of a felony should be Let us examine these proposi- | Furthermore, the demand for an ideological point.
y tins i order. t wo ears' service is reasonable in Having asked the government
permanently cast eout d of e society A. The legality of our e its own right, even disregarding to tolerate their disagreement
permanently cast uth of soce y e involvement was established. the .particular issues of the with '' position. they seem
without ever being given a chance to however tenuously, by the Vietnam War. Indeed. the unwilling to return the courtesy. I
Southeast Asia Treaty and the o survival of any society requires suppose it is their privilege to be
better himself. Gulf of Tonkin Resolution. that the community be able:to intransigent if they feel so
n expect, upon demand, certain compelled, but let us hear no
W without hope, the convict has no As for the morality of the war, sacrifices from its membership. more about their love of country
the proponents of unconditional !One reason for the fact that most and their fellow man.
alternative but to go back to the amnesty speak of immorality as communes fail to survive is their If they care for their country as
streets and alleys after pain his though it were as empirically failure to induce their citizens to they claim to, they should hope
streets an a eys ater p yin i demonstrable as the roots of an do anything they do not wish to that President Ford offers no
< By ta k o ipthi algebraic equation. We may wish do. further concessions. Once the
it were. For the sake of No country could survive if it precedent is established that their
discussion, let us grant that could not compel its citizens to country can expect none but
anyone predisposed to call the pay taxes; thus, we must give up voluntary service from its
SHIRLEY CO RB IN war immoral could find good some of our goods to preserve our .citizens, then their country will
SL A reason to do so. society. not last long in the present world.





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Student Activities


By MIKE MALONE MIKE ARGENTO, assistant One of the activities coming up March; Gabriel's Brass, an THE TRIP TO Haiti, which
Halyard Staff Writer director of Student Activities and soon is the UNF Christmas instrumental group, in April; and departs Monday, March 24,
in charge of coordinating the Dance. The dance, an annual Jacob Rardin and John McCor- includes four nights at the Sans
Professional musical entertain- entertainment, expressed con- event for all students and faculty, mack, musicians and singers who Souci Hotel downtown and costs
ment, vacation tour trips to Spain cern that most of the entertain- will be held at the Southside describe their performance as $219. Both trips include round
and Haiti and a portrayal of W.C. ment has been programed for the Women's Club on December an adventure in the sensual, trip air transportation and
Fields "80 Proof", are among day student. "The evening 14. "Liverpool," a rock band mystical and unusual sides of continental breakfasts daily.
some of the entertainment student pays fees too," he said. from California, has been chosen music" who will perform in May. Complete information can be
activities ahead for UNF students "Therefore, in an attempt to give to provide musical entertainment. obtained in Student Activities
and faculty, the night student entertainment ON THE LIGHTER side will be office building 10, room 1200.
also, programming of perfor- Other musical entertainment the production of W.C. Fields
Sponsored by Student Activi- mances will be split when planned for the upcoming year 0 Proof," a monologue-type IMPORTED
ties, the entertainment will be possible, into two shows for the will include; Lorrie Jacobs, a folk rendition portraying W.C. Fields CTHING
available for the enjoyment of convenience of both day and singer to perform "in January; scheduled for February.
both day and evening students, evening students," Argento "Hardwood," a "Modern" .
when possible. concluded, country music swing band in In April there will be the
traveling lecture series "Who
Killed JFK?" Illustrated with
Movies and slides, the lectures
will be an attempt to answer still
unanswered questions concerning
-' the events that really occurred the
day former president Kennedy
was shot.
If you've never been to Spain ,
which is available to students and -
faculty and their immediate
from Orlando on the 27th of
S December, the tour includes nine
days in Costa Del Sol on the CUSTOM FRAMING
Mediterranean, living accommo- 1017 Park
Uhl apartments, free use of automo- treet

w:th assist you on the tour. Total costs


Staff Photo By Bob Green
Unidentified student taking advantage of one of the recreations available In a game room also sponsored
by Student Activities.


Football Program The Halyard Mutual

A Gridter on Success Editor and General Manager
With approximately half of the losses. The "UNF Staff" holds on Assoc. Prof. W.J. Roach
season gone, the UNF Student to the second place ranking with R.L. O lson and
Activities football program seems five wins and one loss. Executive Editor
to be successful. THE TEAMS BEGAN the Ron Feinberg
second half-season of play on 3.9 -2835
CURRENTLY THERE are November 7 and at the end of the Managing Editor A ss
seven teams composed of over season the champions of the first Drew Brunson
120 participants from all parts of half will play the champions of the
the university community. second half to determine the Business Manager
over-all winner.
The "Physical Education Games are held on the athletic David Dozik DEAR STUDENTS:
Jocks" are the champions to date field every Tuesday and Thursday Editorial Page Editor
with a record of six wins and no afternoon. Shirley Corbin There's more to just dreaming of a career. It takes a very realistic
Cdhi D'&e A itd Assoc. News Edit ors approach. Building a business and creating a profit is the name of
Frank Stanfleld Stephen W. Holland the game. We have such an opportunity for the right person. If you
C o m ed y R e le v a n t Writing Staff want what's on the following list, give us a call or see us on Career
By BOB GREEN Timothy Durden, William Hare, Day Nov. 21.
Halyard Staff Writer Commedia Dell' Arte is made Sandra L. L'Etoile, Mik Malone,
up of 3 separate scenarios. Each
Does a 16th century play scenario is about 40 minutes long David Queen, Pam Stone,
without a script or title sound like aian enais e s. Paul Townsl
a chaotic mess to you? Actually, Italian Renaissance music. a. 3 year training program
Somtmedia Del Arte is very Published every other week by
organizmmed and rell' Arte is very Admission is free at all the members of the News- b. Up to $12,000 starting income & commissions
present performances. paper Workshop class at the
University of North Florida for
THE FIRST performance will all members of the UNF c. Complete market to work, Doctors, Lawyers, CPA's, etc.
Commedia Dell' Arte is more a be Nov. 19 at Florida Junior community. Opinions express-
style than a title and in place of a College's South campus. The next ed in this newspaper are not d. Your own office, secretary, and everything that goes with it. Paid
script is an outline of situations two will be at UNF Nov. 22 at 8:00 necessarily the opinion of the during these first three years and longer.
loaded with contemporary social p.m. and Nov. 23 at 2:00 p.m. The university or its officials.
comment. last performance is Dec. 5 at the Offices located in room 2401, e. Second year income $15,000 $17,000. thrd year Income $7,000
Jacksonville Art Museum. building 3 at the University of e Second year income 15,000 $17,000. third year income $7,000
"IT IS A PLAY of the North Florida, St. John's Bluff -$20,000.
"IT IS A PLAY of the Between college appearances, Road South, P.O. Box 17074,
Improvisational Theatre originat- the Venture Theatre will perform Jacksonville, + Florida 32216: f. After third year, your own office to run with 5 to 10 men to begin
ing from the Italian Renaissance in Jacksonville's shopping cent- Telephone: (904) 646-2817.
in the 16th century," said ers and as far south as Sante Fe Represented nationally bywith, if you're qualified.
Director Jane Decker. Community College in Gainesville National Educational Adver-
tising Services, Inc., 360 g. After this, opportunity to be a superintendent for our company, if
Dr. Decker said that the Dr. Decker said that this type Lexington Ave., New York,
improvisation of character is play was chosen because UNF's New York 10017. you're qualified.
extremely difficult to do and that College of Arts and Sciences is
the company has been rehearsing participating with the Jackson-
since this summer. ville Art Museum's festival This public document was
"The Leonardo Inspiration." promulgated at an estimated This all means building a success pattern. All you have to invest is
co"THIS PLAY WILL be STUDENTst ofl per copy to inform yourself. This includes self discipline, creative thinking, and a real
expressive and freely moving ING will be. travelling with the service, and administrative desire to be your own person.
with acrobatic mannerisms in- company of actors and hopes and professional staff about
stead of the stuffy-type play," Commedia Dell' Arte will activities affecting the univer-
said Decker. increase enrollment sity community.





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GmiesUut Wa6tEe Doew'^ TIgihg Lt Save Ceiba
By RICKY CREWS RIP 69-56-13 Form to complete Before the worker could take ok'ed it and gave it back to the 2nd. Story
Halyard Staff Columnist before he could authorize him a the UR12 Toilet Paper Requisition worker. After the appropriate An orderly at a Nursing Home
The following are two unrelated DDT Form KKK 0-OOO. to the storage room, he had to fill forms were filled out, the right was called into the nurse's
stories that I thought needed Finally the forms were filled out some forms for Mr. Pink. people contacted, and the proper station. He wished he had some
relating. out in triplicate, signed by a However, Mr. Pink, who was in rounds niade, the worker was help, but the job didn't pay
Representative of Mr. Black (who charge of warehouse security -- given the notice he wanted. enough to attract anyone.
1st. Story was the official government form toilet paper division, was using The nurse explained how it was
A sl S ice D e W igner in that division but was not up some of his leave. The worker The notice stated that the toilet Government regulations that she
A Civil Service Defense Worker in) and mailed to Washington. was guided to Ms. Silver, who paper would be delivered by the had to destroy a deceased
noticed that there was no toilet The worker was then given a was Mr. Pink's assistant. Ms. U.S. Mail some time within the patient's medicine. She needed to
paper in the restroom. By Requisition Request Form BR 549 Silver set up an appointment for year. have a witness sign that the pills
government regulations, all by Ms. Gray. the worker to talk to one of her had indeed been destroyed.
government restrooms must have As soon as the Requisition secretaries. HE SIGNED a paper saying
toilet paper. He decided to Request Form BR 549 was Once the secretary was Epilogue that she had destroyed all the
comply and go get some. completed and stamped with Mr. convinced that the worker wasn't pills. In reality, they had given
The first procedure involved Beige's name, Ms: Gray sent a a communist, or going to take As the Civil Service Defense one bottle to another patient who
filling out DDT Form KKK 0-000. memo to Mr. White. It instructed more toilet paper than he needed worker left, he decided to send was on the same drug and on a
Mr. Green was in charge of DDT him to give the worker a UR12 (that would be government his assistant or his secretary the fixed income.
Form KKK 0-000, so the worker Toilet Paper Requisition. waste), she let him go to the next time he needed some toilet Epilogue
made an appointment with him MR. WHITE was on vacation, storage window. At the window paper. However, he would not Similar stories take place daily
through the secretary. so the memo war rerouted to Mr. was Mr. Orange who was sitting complain very much. He was in many government jobs; also in
MR. GREEN was still out to Blue. Mr. Blue's secretary gave m for Ms. Red. getting paid fairly well, and the education, ghettos, prisons, and
lunch, so the worker talked toMr. the worker his UR12 Toilet Paper MR. ORANGE gave the government was putting money starving children in under-
Brlunch, who was Mrer Green's Requisiton after he filled out the requisition to his assistant. He in back into the economy by creating privileged or disaster stricken
assistant. Mr. Brown gave himen a proper papers, turn gave it to his secretary, who him a job. countries.
assistant. Mr. Brown gave him a prop paper .


.__j.fffe BfX _efgCatefeid Swte eot So Itet ApeiP
By PAMSTONE "Are you Sure this is beef Tom Thumb,) there was no table
No Taste imposes very strict requirements HalyardStaff Writer stew?" I asked incredulously, free. I decided to go outside and
on nuclear power plants for The cook gave me a look that eat with the insects.
release of radiation to the Nobody warned me. Not one made me want to resign from the Just as I pushed against the
EDITOR: environment. No significant person grabbed my arm an human race. door; my "tray" bent too far
release of radiation is allowed. screamed "NO! NO! Don't do SUFFICIENTLY SUBDUED, I under the intolerable weight of
Professor Selph'sletter about For example, the plant's it!" Everyone knows about it took the plate and skillfully the food. My "beef stew" lay, a
the Free Street Theater (Halyard, discharge water contains less Everybody knows the awful truth balanced it on the device referred greasy blob, on the carpet; my
Oct. 30) makes me wonder radiation per unit volume than a o onareenough to save a to (ironically) as a tray. I moved to rice thumped in a clump and
whether there isn't perhaps n can of beer. The nearest neighbor poor (but brilliant) student from the ash register, figured up my bounced alarmingly; coke ran
alternate translation forth Latin to any nuclear plant receives that hideous experience, bill including tax, and left it on down my arms and glistened on
.proverb, de gustibus non about one-third the amount of the counter. (Far be it from me to my elbows. My lunch was gone. I
disputandum. "There is noradiation annually as a person on Some friends! awaken a working girl from her would have to go hungry for the
accounting for tastes," is the a coast to coast jet flight. I WALKED in, wearing what I badly needed noon nap.) day.
usual translation. Selph seems As an employee of Offshore WAS I UPSET? Did I curse?
bound and determined to prove As an employee of Oshore assumed to be the appropriate No Not me. I shrugged.
that it actually means, "there is Power Systems and a student of studious expression, and said: Very carefully I moved through oh, well. I didn't really
no taste in accounting." University of North Florida, Iwill "The lunch special, please." the seating area, books in one thought, oh, well. I didn't really
continue to be concerned with my arm and lunch in the other, want to spend the afternoonwith
RICHARD BIZOT Jacksonville friends. I am And that, folks, was when it all Naturally, though ample space for a two dollar case of heartburn
personally aware of the dangers began. seating is provided .(according to anyway.
Nuclear Power Safe of nuclear power when handled
carelessly. However, the facts
show that nuclear power is a Safe
EDITOR: benefit to mankind.
JOHN W. WANLESS
I feel that Mr. Queen in his
article "The Trouble with Nuclear Unlisted Phones
Power" has neglected or is
unaware of some very strong
arguments for nuclear power. EDITOR:
His article has portrayed Answering the following ques-
His article has portrayed tion might prove to be
nuclear power as a potential tion m igh t prove to be
killer. The facts are that there are interesting: "How are unlisted
at the present time about forty phone numbers of UNF students
(40) operating commercial nu- being obtained by the business
clear power plants. There has community?
never been a death due to After having filled out a form
radiation exposure at any of these requesting my number not be
plants. In fact, the nuclear given out, I felt that my request
power plants just received would be honored. Apparently,
$1,434,580 in insurance-premium student addresses and phone
refunds due to the industry's numbers are available to
perfect safety record since 1957. insurance companies. Following
This record is without parallel in several attempts at obtaining my
United States industry, phone number from my parents, stao Photo by Steve Holland
A RECENT STUDY was who refuse to give it, an Student Bob Green preparing to taste one of the Cafeteria's selection of cakes.
Atonc aEndE pUlis in individual named Allen Murdock,
nuclear industry magazine (Nov- representing some insurance
ember-December, 1973). This company contacted me by phone.
study examines waste shipments He claimed that UNF had given
to storage sites. The conclusions him my phone number. Attempt-
of the study state that an ing to find out further information
from Mr. Murdock, as to who By DAVE GREEN
extra-severe accident with a Halyard Staff Writer
probability of 1 in 10 million of gave him my number, proved ROCKWOOD'S dramatization writings with the light hearted
fruitless. He related, The Edgar Allen Poe came alive was not in the chronologicalorder story of Hopfrog and a Twain-like
occurrence would contaminate university gave it to me." Friday night, November first, of stories he later wrote. From a essay on outsmarting people.
about 3,000 square feet. I am aware that a practice through the dramatization of discouraging letter from Poe's
Assuming a population density of exists in many areas, that of stage actor Jerry Rockwood. The father, Rockwood moved into the
10,000 persons per square mile, selling lists of names of Florida Junior College sponsored macabre tale, "Tell Tale Heart,"
one person on the average would subscribers, clients, etc. I do event entitled, "A Condition of to demonstrate Poe's hatred of Rockwood relied on his own
have to be evacuated from the hopethat such a practice does not Shadow," was a part of it's his father. characterization of Poe as the
area because of radiation dosage exist at UNF. It might prove to be Student Activities Artist Series. strength of his performance. Hi
in excess of that allowed by the interesting if other students have Rockwood protrayed Poe During the recitation of the strong is pe ormance. s
Federal Radiation Council. An had similar experiences. Perhaps through essays, poems, letters story Rockwood crept around the props included only a table,
examination of the figures will a survey initiated by your and scenes recreated from edge of the stage as if actually bench and chest.
reveal a very small chance of newspaper or other letters to the bibliographical accounts. Rock- hearing the beating of the
occurrence of an accident which editor would provide an idea as to wood's presentation was enhanc- entombed heart. Rockwood gave A NEAR capacity crowd filled
releases a significant amount of how widespread this practice is. ed by his 19 century clothes and life to poems like "The Raven" the auditorium. Rockwood was
radiation. Obviously, someone gave out an physical resemblence to the poet and "Annabelle Lee" as well as billed as a veteran actor, having
The Energy Resources De- unlisted phone number without and author. Poe was portrayed parts of "The House of Usher" in appeared in various stage
velopment Agency (formerly the authorization, from his troubled childhood to his his portrayal of Poe. He also productions as well as on several
Atomic Energy Commission) BRUCE L. HIBEL tragic adulthood. brought humor into Poe's major television networks.




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