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SAC Bid For SGA Fails

By DREW BRUNSON During the meeting, Dona Jo
AND Meers, secretary of the SAC, in
STEPHEN W. HOLLAND the minutes cautioned the
committee to be sure of the
An attempt to create an interim legality of any action that it might
student government by and from take, in view of the fact that the
the Student Activities Committee SAC is not recognized under the
was made in December. Articles of Governance.
The move followed action by I Bill Medlin, chairperson of the
the General Assembly to change SAC, replied that the question of
the form of university governance legality had been addressed to
from the unicameral assembly to Dr. Carpenter in the- proposal.
a system of four governing Bill Medlin Pres. Carpenter Lenny Burns According to the minutes he then
associations and an integrated said. "If the President refuses to
senate from the four. student government which then constitution and serve other the budget process and .e touch it, the SAC would know
The SAC submitted, in late would have been charged with necessary functions." I also would like to write our own where to go from there. If we do
December. a proposal to UNF creating a constitution. "Permits cohesiveness between budget."' nothing, nothing will happen."
President Thomas G. Carpenter A Constitutional Conention the body drafting the student Several members of the Burns then pointed out that
which would have simultaneously would have been made up of the government constitution and the committee felt that the GA should much harm could be done be
made the SAC the interim form of 15 members of the SAC and-five present General Assembly.' hase no part in the writing of a waiting too long, because more
student government. the consti- student members of the General The discussion of the proposal. student constitution in view of the groups would be vying for
tuition committee and would have Assembly. in committee, centered around opinion that it should be strictly a recognition. In the minutes he
maintained itis position as the e ommitteethe question of whether to submit student matter. stated. "If the student body is
hens ommitte e proved its would have assumed the role of the document to the General During the meeting of faced with too many documents to
preposal by a at hoted its interim stu ede t B ody President
proposal b) a 10-2 \ote. It was interim Student Body President Assembly or to Dr. Carpenter. December 13. Donnelly Bozeman. choose from, this couldlessen the
turned down by Carpenter: "I and the vice-chairperson the role One of the committee's reasons member of the SAC and the GA's appeal of an SGA (Student
ha\e no objection to that group of vice president. The remaining for eventually bypassing the Constitution Committee was one Government Association) to the
but I did not think that it was members would have served as General Assembly and submit- of the two dissenters. She students."
appropriate of me to make that student senators. ting the proposal directly to Dr. suggested presenting the propos- Bozeman replied that the
decision." he said. The committee's rationale, Carpenter was the element of al to the GA and if it was Constitution Committee wouldn't
As presented to Carpenter, the according to the proposal, was time. Jim Green, member of the approved there, submitting it to be telling them to do, but it is the
proposal would have provided for that it would "meet the need for SAC, explained that when the GA Dr. Carpenter. legitimate body at this time. She
the activities committee to an interim form of student expires on March 30 the explained in the minutes that.
assume the role of interim government which will draft a university will be getting well into According to the minutes "People werent voting on us to
reen replied that the student write a student government
government constitution should constitution, they were electing
0 be submitted to the students, not us to serve on the Student
J-T Tthe GA. "What the General Activities Committee."
N'-ow .fre Assembl) feels about a student Philip Mobely, member of the
government,." he concluded, "is committee, then stated that the
irrelevant." felt that they were submitting the
On December I1. the Univer- University of North Florida more are scheduled to be built in Lenny Burns. a member of the proposal to President Carpenter
sity of North Florida (UNF) accreditation in the shortest the future, committee. also felt that the to see whether or not he
received word from UNF possible time permitted by the proposal should not be submitted approves. In the minutes he
President Thomas G. Carpenter accrediting process." One of the requirements for to the General Assembly for stated that, "All we can do now is
in Dallas, Texas that UNF had accreditation was that UNF's approval. He felt that it should be to submit the letter and wait for
received full accreditation on both UNF'S first classes began on charter class should have already a student matter, and if the his opinion. Only then can we
the graduate and undergraduate Oct. 2. 1972 with an enrollment of graduated before accreditation proposal was adopted, there take action."
levels. approximately 1.900 students. At could be granted. In Juneof 1974, would be 20 people elected by the Green, according to the
Carpenter told UNF public the time. UNF only had four the charter class did graduate, students writing the document-- minutes, replied that the
relations director Bud Newman in buildings to work out of,. but thereby meeting the Southern the Constitutional Convention. president's Executive Committee
a telephone conversation: "The today UNF operates by utilizing Association of Colleges and In actuality there would be 14 does a lot to affect the policies of
action today has provided the II permanent buildings. and schools requirement. elected representatives since four this campus without ever
members of the SAC are consulting the General Assembly.
M ir appointed by the SAC and two fo "I don't see why we should take
em I" the elected members have since this proposal to the General
M O gl CO Sttn Presented resigned. These appointments Assembly either. We should
will be filled by the committee. submit the proposal to Dr.
Carpenter and see what his ideas
Dr. Thomas Mongar. one of the which received 57 per cent of the associations to be created, Dr. Reede Stockton, a student are."
prime architects of the new UNF votes in last quarter's referen- Mongar feels that there should be visitor to the meeting, was quoted I later in ie, Carpenter
government plan. has drafted a dum. three rather than four associa- in the minutes as saying that for responded to this statement,
constitution to present to the Ballot Proposition I advocated tions. the document to be considered "There has never been a
General Assembly's Constitution the creation of "self-governing IN HIS DRAFT, both A&P and legitimate, "it is necessary that statement or position that all
Committee. constituent associations and a career service employees are the students who write the policy would be made by the
According to Mongar. the draft University Senate with limited consolidated under a single document be elected specifically General Assembly." Hfe further
conforms to the concepts powers." Mongar states, in a administrative unit for that purpose." added, "The executive committee
contained in Ballot Proposition 1, memorandum to the Constitution "The argument for consolidat- is Inpu Neplae d we can get a eel
Committee, that the draft is in ing the two groups is tat the U t ee ed for ia place where we can git a feel
line with this, placing the Senate distinction between them is the General Assembly are made
in a subordinate position to the spurious. To sustain it, one would The Generl Assemly's Con- by me."
associations. have to permit the faculty to tutm Cmm ittee in Barbara Mazer, according to
Two of the strongest currents in divide into two associations, one |napt from any ntereted the minutes then asked what the
debates and discussions that for supervisory personnel like member f the university nin the interim Student
Preceded the vote were according department chairmen, deans and community I regards to te Government would be. (In a later
the need for an independent academic vice-presidents and one formatdU of the consm uti. erew Maer ereed te
student government association for the rank-and-file members of Any omm prosals or interview Mazer expressed the
with powers over the student the faculty. The hard fact is that suggestion should be refonedi to a quasi-student government and
activity fee, and an independent there are only three groups in the the Chairman of the CoMnsMtulo that they wanted to have an
faculty association with powers broad university division of labor: Commutee, William C. Merw, election for the student body as
over academic programs. students, faculty and administrat- assocate professor of education soon as possible.)
ors," said Mongar in his His offie In n Building 09o,
Since Ballot Proposition 1 did memorandum to the Constitution Room 2501. CONTINUED ON PAGE 3
not state *the number of Committee.TINUED ON PAGE

ai Coe CeadrL..Pg. 2 UNF and Fines...Pg. 4 lEdiat 6...Pg. 6

aru Campus Brlefs...Pg. 3 'ad Specit...Pg. 5 My View...Pg. 7

Page 2 Jan. 15, 1975 THE HALYARD

Snider: Teacher With A Difference

By DOUG SHAVER Snider, a native of Jacksonville, at Georgetown. He was involved Snider had planned on a UNF Foundation.
Production Manager returned from England last fall in production, planning, and diplomatic career until he learned
after doing his graduate work at administration of news and public that blind people are not eligible
When history instructor Harold London University and Oxford affairs programs. He was station for high-level Foreign Service He wore his Oxford gown to
Snider came to class in an Oxford University. He is presently manager during the year 1967-68. positions. He would have had to class to give his students a
academic gown the first day of finishing his thesis for a Ph.D A accept a minor civil service post in sense of tradition." He says he
this quarter, his students must frnr a Among his other achievements the State Department, with little hoped to "make them aware of
have suspected that this would be rom or. as an undergraduate was serving prospect of significant advance- just how traditional the subject
an unusual class. It will be, if a as a Georgetown University ment. is.

unusual person. HS UDE D E work summer school language pro- indicated, will not consider hiring classes. The tradition was
unusual person. HIS UNDERGRADUATE work grams at Dijon, France and an applicant who is blind unless decreed by Oxfoi'd statute in the
was at Georgetown University, Salzburg, Austria. he is far more qualified than any 15th Century.
HIS EXPERTISE extends here e earne a a lr IN THE summer of 1968 he other applicant.
beyond history to include Science in Foreign Affairs worked as Congressional. Liaison SNIDEs NOTID thatthere is
economics, politics, three foreign (B.S.F.S.). This degree involves Officer for the Office of Economic little tradition yet at UNF, but
lanuais, journalism and rec-n studies in history, economics, Opportunity. This was a White "FORTUNATELY, this does added that a g "tradition of
tronics. a aoplised all politics and foreign languages. House internship, his duties not seem to be the case at UNF," learning and scholarship" does
this despite a major handicap.He Snider worked at the university being to promote anti-poverty added Snider, whose father, a exist. "Academic learning is
has been blind since birth, radio station, WGTB-FM, while legislation in Congress. local dentist, is a trustee of the tradition," he said.

SDespite the haadlcap of blind-
ness, Harold Snider has Ilved a
HIle as ulf killing as most of us
progressive teacher, he strongly
bb elieves in the importance of
tradition in scholarly endeavors.

e o m c. h w v. b e cIa e ,,t ne i~ L '. i. e.n m-i s "N Tti. s r-

UNF Child Care Center obstacle until the Board of
o r irEditor dad Genera Manageor f COaenient m io
Assoc. Prof. W.J. Roach SA VE
By MARCELLAPRICE Funding for the center,
The UNF Child Care Center obstacle until the Board of r

may yet become a reality. A Regents adopted a resolution in Ron F.inberg a great
triple-wide relocatable building October approving the use of place to
which will house the center was activity and service fees, user borrow"
ordered in December, according charges, grants and donations, or Managing Editor
to Dean Darwin Coy, and should any combination of these sources Dw Brunon
arrive by the end of January. for the operation of the day care runo
Construction should begin within center.
the next month. UNF student interest in such a Business Manager Y our
facility has been evident. DvdBozik"r.
Another recen dvoen
another recent development Through "needs survey" forms
directed toward the center's last spring, student interest was Editorial Page Editor -Frank Stanfleld.
opening is President Carpenter's sampled. Many suggested that red it u n ion
appointment of nine persons to such a center would enable them News Editor -- Stephen W. Hollnd ct
he Child Care Advisory Board. to take a heavier course load, Production Manager -- Doug Shaver
The board includes Dr. Janice attend during the summer "creditunions are financially
Wood, faculty; Dr. Travis Carter, quarter, -and concentrate better Writing Staff h as h a d un
counseling service, Mr. Ward on studies knowing that their ndr L. Lto sound savings and lending
Hancock, administrative services; children were being cared for on institutions designed to
Mr. Norman Haltiwanger, per- campus. Connie Hoffman
sonnel; Dr. Jack Hartje, faculty; Bonnie Joeph Mracoe Prim metr
Ms. Angela Tibbatts, student; MANY STUDENTS have fur- S ile In tet meet th,
Mr.. Larry Davis, physical their voiced their willingness to Published every other week by
facilities; Mr. Richard Hirte, work in the center on a volunteer the members of the News- special needs of a specific
budget officer; and Dean Darwin basis between their classes. paper Workshop class at the W ) group of people: in this instance
Coy, ex officio. University of North Florida for L o a nS all school employees in baker.
Dean Coy stated that the plan all members of the UNF
THE CHILD Care Center has now is to open the center next community. Opinions express- clav and duval count(
overcome many obstacles to its term. "We are realistically ed in this newspaper are not ts i as well as
inception. "We could have had looking at the spring quarter and I necessarily the opinion of the s i 3 me mnbers f theiir
the center a little over a year ago am extremely optimistic about university or its officials. n ter i
using our timetable," Dean Coy that possibility." Offices located in room 2401, fnuilins who live in
explained, "but we hit a lot of red The advisory board will begin building 3 at the University of the aInme
tape. meeting soon to work out the North Florida, St. John's Bluff household"
In March 1974, Dean George policies of the day care center. Road South, P.O. Box 17074, Yo
Corrick appointed a Child Care They will define who may use the Jacksonville, Florida 32216.
Task Force to investigate the center, establish charges and Telephone: (904) 646-2817- should join
possibility of such a center and budget, look into purchasing of Represented nationally by
the problems that would be equipment, and aid in recruiting National Educational Adver-
encountered. The task force and selecting a director for the rising Services, Inc., 360 yV
completed its proposal in April center. Both the director and the Lexington Ave., New York,
and the center's inception advisory board will work with the New York 10017. ( (( 'rli UIiJOf
seemed forthcoming. Office of Student Affairs.

THE HALYARD Jan. 15, 1975 Page 3

Wkd At We Goi T ? DaC
By SANDY L'ETOILE problem is to take care of "short need financial assistance to go to Snow Balls or Soap?
Halyard Staff Writer term problems by increasing the school. They even make you fill W ra
VA' benefits. That would help out one for work-study." When
What are we going to do about a lot." asked what she suggested as a alike
inflation? Get that free cup of solution Linda shrugged. Students and University of North Florida staff members alike
offee from the student activities inflationn affects me not only were surprised to see what looked like snow balls pouring from the
re ot m h of a he it as a student but as a black man as "Inflation isn't really hurting Physical Facilities building at UNF Wednesday afternoon.
area? Not much of a help is it? well. We've never really me all that much. I get the GI bill
Besides it is a long walk over to recovered from the depression," and make as much money as I One surprised coed turned to an unidentified bystander and was
building said Nathan Brown, a junior in can. That's the only answer. heard to say: "Tell me that I'm not seeing things."
coffeethe College of Arts and Sciences. Besides, I drive a Honda car and
Some students on campus are He suggests that the best way to get 47 miles to the gallon," was Thomas Bostwick, director of Physical Facilities, later told the
affected by the cost of things like help students recover from the answer Bill Frankowski, a HALYARD that the "snowballs" were in reality soapsuds. During
gasoline, rent, utilities, tuitions in inflation and beat the ever rising first quarter junior in Business, the holidays a detergent was used to scrub out the cleaning tower in
tight budgets, and the cost of prices is to "limit books in gave to the inflation problem, the air-conditioning system.
books. courses or maybe, consolidate "Just make as much money as
JIM BURGIN, a senior who is them into one book that will serve you can." When the air-conditioner was activated on Wednesday the soap
getting his second degree in the instructor'sneeds. It might So what can be done? Turn suds were vented into the atmosphere.
Psychology, says, "I'm going to even help to cut tuition." your papers in on the handouts
school on the Veterans Admini- "I can't find a job, not even a furnished by the instructors. Ride U sts Executi,
station. But it doesn't help part-time job. And buying books to school with somebody who U NF H osts Executive
much. The benefits don't seem to and paying bills kinda wiped me owns a Honda car. Go to your
keep up with the rise in the cost of out," said Linda Van Atta, a parents and ask them if you can The University of North Florida (UNF) will host its second
everything." .- junior in Sociology. "And those move home. But above all, don't "Executive-of-the-Day" program when C.W. Cook, chairman of the
He also has a part-time job and aid'forms are ridiculous, you have ask for financial aid unless you Executive Committee of General Foods Corporation visits the UNF
says, "That takes away from to put $4.00 with one of those to have the money. How else can we campus on Thursday, January 16.
study time." His solution to the send off so someone can see if you Whip Inflation Now?
Cook will deliver a speech at noon Thursday in building nine's
auditorium on the topic "Is Widespread Famine Inevitable?" A
S2:30 p.m. reception in the building ten south commons room will
SAC Bid For SGA Fails follow the speech.
After graduating from the University of Texas Cook joined
FROM PAGE 1 General Foods in 1942. He later served as President Johnson's
Iii the minutes Medlin is objection he had to holding a anxious to move as rapidly as international food policy advisor.
quoted as saying, "I don't see special election to elect a possible to achieve a Student
that they would be very different constitutional committee. Medlin Government Association. Howev- U F Brid D dicat d
from what we are doing now." refused to answer on the grounds er, as member of the Constitution e Us .
of "personal privilege." Medlin Committee, I thought their action
The SAC is now responsible for explained in a January 7 to be premature. The committee
the allocation of activity and interview that Stockton came in at and then the assembly must The University of North Florida deiaedicated two new foot bridges
service fees. the middle of the meeting and determine how the powers of the along its system of nature trails and honored members of the
that he felt that it would be too assembly are to be allocated and Southside Junior Women's Club and Sawmill Slough Conservation
Ralph DeCicco, member of the time consuming to go over again then the various groups will be Club on December 4.
committee, then, according to the at that time. However, the free to write their own bylaws
minutes, brought up the point minutes show that Stockton had around those qualifications. W ho's W ho Released
that, "The purpose of any been present at the meeting for o e ease
document of this sort is to give some time prior to his question. Bozeman summed up the
power and yield power. Even if position of the committee
i -aimor .inion of the members who opposed the 45 UNF students were recently chosen to be named in the
stops us from submitting a : t.-s action, 'Thotras eidrttlitlo submitted to the publication Who's Who Amofig Stttdefits-ln-Aimeiean Universities
constitution to the General Mongar, chairman of the Political president, "Iwas frustrated more and Colleges. The students were nominated from their various
Assembly." Science Department, and invited than anything else. I wasn't colleges by professors, deans and administrators.
guest at the SAC meeting, questioning anyone motives, but o
Stockton, according to the replied, "I can understand.the I felt it was being handled
minutes, then asked Medlin what fact that students would be wrong."
-Sports Winners Named

The UNF Staff football team defeated the Physical Education
Your University Bank Jocks in the final game of the intramural football season.
The game was played on December 5 and at the half the score was
tied at 13-13. The staff, led by Quarterback Larry Davis, outscored
the Jocks in the final seconds by a margin of 25-20.
Complete Banking Service

Journalism Films Set
Checking Saving Loans
A number of journalism films are scheduled to be shown in the
near future. They will be shown Mondays and Tuesdays at noon in
S- the Communications Lab. They are: week of Jan. 21 "The Whole
World Is Watching"; week of Jan. 28 "Today's Newspaper";
Open 9 AM to 3 PM Mon.-Thurs. week of Feb. 4 "Wired World"; week of Feb. 11 -
"Communications"; week of Feb. 18 "That the People Shall
Know"; week of Feb. 25 --"Tomorrow's Television"; week of
9 AM to 6 PM Fri. March 4 "A Tradition of Conscience"; and week of March 11 -
"Communications Explosion".

Drive-In Tellers: 8:30 AM to 4 PM Mon.-Thurs.
Basketball Season Set
8:30 AM to 6:30 PM Fri. Basketball Season Set
Intramural basketball will begin on January 21. Interested teams
should submit a roster to the Intramural Office located in Building
10, Room 1206. Games will be played on Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 11:50 a.m. to 1:20 p.m.
Atlantic University Bank
An Equal Opportunity Employer Movies To Be Shown

Corner Beach Blvd. and St. John's Bluff Rd. The Student Activities Office has announced that -the movies
"The Belles of St. Tenians" and "Blue Murder at St. Trenians" will
Phone o641-1U be shown at the British Comedy Film Series on Friday, January 24,
at 7:45 p.m.
Member FDIC

Page 4 Jan. 15. 1975 THE HALYARD
New State Law Not

To Affect UNF
a campus appeal board at a state
By DOUG SHAVER university, rather than by a local
Production Manager municipal court.
A new state law which has Since UNF does have an appeal
caused Florida Technological board, the university retains the
University (FTU) to increase option to maintain parking fines
parking fines from $2 to $15 will at the old rate, rather than having
not affect UNF, according to Lt. to conform to new statewide
Roderick J. Ridaught Jr., acting standards.
director of the University Police.
Ridaught says that, despite
According to a recent article some persistent rumors to the
published in Future, FTU's contrary, there are no plans being
campus newspaper, fines for made to raise parking fines at
parking violations on campus will UNF. The new law will not affect
be $15 as of January 1 in order to UNF, he says, unless the Duval
comply with the Florida Uniform County Court system were to take
Disposition of Traffic Infractions over jurisdiction of campus
Act. parking violations.

THIS ACT, an attempt by the
state legislature to standardize MOVING violations, such as
S-- Drivers at UNFwill not be forced traffic fines throughout Florida, speeding, will continue to be
to pay new and higher parking does not apply to parking referred to the county courts, as
fees in the immediate future violations which are processed by they have been in the past.
"c:"*' according to the UNF Police
Department. President Rejects

By DREW BRUNSON -implemented in an administrative
Managing Editor unit separate from the existing
UNF President Thomas G. "After considerable study of
Carpenter has rejected the the matter, I have concluded that
recommendation of the General the recommendation that a
Assembly that the new Depart- separate administrative unit be
ment of Technologies be housed established is based on the best
administratively within one of the judgement and that an admini-
existing colleges. strative affiliation with one of the
On December 18, 1972, Colleges is not feasible...,"
Vice-President Roy Lassiter Carpenter stated in a memo-
established a Planning Commit- randum to members of the
tee for.Technology Programs. General Assembly.
A TEchn .olo gy" Carpenter went on to say that
AFTER STUDIES of the he is establishing .a Division of
demand for this type of program Technologies to develop, imple-
the committee recommended that ment and administer a bacca-
the university implement a laureate program in industrial
baccalaureate program in in- technology with tracks in
dustiial technology and that the manufacturing and construction
program be developed and technology.
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THE HALYARD Jan. 15, 1975 Page 5

AmtUu(ei aousd (Wetg Clete1'kil m-Faeufty floieo -i

By FRANK STANFIELD elusive, left some questions
Editorial Page Editor unanswered, at least in the minds POllo k N am d D ir ct
of us who survived the 1960's. oll C am ector
The youth of America have It is true that campus activism
undergone a drastic metamor- has ceased, especially in regards Mrs. Penelope S. Pollock hasbeen named director of the Quest
phisis in outlook and values since to the rebellion against the Program at the University of North Florida.
the late 1960's according to New military and the support for those
York columnist Benjamin Fine. racial minorities who are daily The Quest Program provides educational services in the form of
Recalling the tumultuous years d reason is fair ciobviightous uon short courses, seminars, workshops and other similar offerings to
of campus unrest during the examination -- the war has ended, area residents. The program is conducted in addition to the regular
Vietnam war, Fine cited vast and eventhough racial discrimin- academic program.
differences in the students of the action still exists, the black
1960's and the students of today community has been less than
including: today's recognition of active in their own behalf, so K ranz Coauthors A rticle
education as a worthwhile Fine based his comments on naturally sympathetic whites are K ranz Coaut I s A ticle
objective, a more sexually information published in Daniel reluctant to march in civil rights
permissive life style, and new Yankelovich's survey "American demonstrations in the blacks'
positive attitudes concerning Youth in the '70's". The survey behalf. Dr. Peter L. Kranz, assistant professor of psychology, has
religion, authority, money, work, was sponsored by the Carnegie coauthored an article which was included in a recently published
and marriage. Corporation, the Andrew W. Ther are those persons book, Providing the Best for Young Children. The article was
Mellon Foundation, the Rocke- however, who believe that the entitled, "Adult Expectations of Children: Do as I Say Not as I Do."
It was the end of the Vietnam feller Fund, and the Edna struggle for equality has left the
war and the adoption of the McConnel Clark and the Hazen black community and has
attitude that sex is a personal and Foundations, and is published by manifested itself in the women's P a
not a moral issue, that led to the the McGraw Hill Book Co. movement that now exists at all W hii am s D elvers Paper
change in attitudes and behavior, Fine's column, even though levels of society.
according to Fine. well-written and generally con- to Carlton R. Williams, coordinator of UNF's certificate program in
empirical data, the scholars have Black Studies and instructor of Humanties delivered a paper on
empirical data, the scholars have "Islam and Pan-Africanism" at the Seventh Annual Conference of
o u rse s O ffe re d aiy m measured campus the Center for African and African-American Studies on Dec. 5 at
time is nill. This empirical Atlanta University.
methodology may prove to be L yd D li Le
By Student Affairs mayrcv Lloyd Delivers Lecture
totally incorrect. Even though it o elvers ectur
may be difficult, or even
impossible to measure, experts
Several short courses will be interested in developing their should be measuring the level of Dr. R. Grann Lloyd lectured on "Secular Trends in Employment
offered during the Winter own self-confidence and as- cynacism in American youth, and Income in the United States" at Indiana University on
Quarter by the Office of Student sertiveness. Vietnam, the Pentagon Papers, December 5-6. He also served as moderator of a seminar on "The
Affairs. Watergate, and the recent CIA Economics of Urbanization."
The first two courses are titled THE COURSE will include disclosures may have driven the
"Exploring Self And Careers" discussions concentrating on the wedge between the generations
and "Assertive Traning." non-assertive and aggressive the past. Plum b H heads Program
THE FORMER is directed to behavior, what rights a person
people who are unsure of what has and ways each person reacts In the next few years the
they would like their major or in different situations. younger generation may look John F. Plumb, director of the UNF Police Department has been
occupation to be. The course will more and more with a jaundiced named to coordinate UNF's Occupational Safety and Health Act
.. .Nelll 00,loi-, ea lye-at their. surroundings, and --. career-exploraion.-- Moday, aniary. take with an ever increasingly
The course will meet for six questions or requests to register larger grain of salt what "the As OSHA coordinator at UNF, Plumb will be responsible for
sessions starting Wednesday, should be directed to Steve man" says, including, I would developing and administering a program designed to prevent
January 15 at 3:00. Infinger, Cooperative Education imagine, surveys released by the and/or minimize injury to people, hazards to health and damage to
Assertive Training will be and Placement or Betsy Laseter, industrial elites of America. property.
directed at people who are Counseling Services.
Plumb has been director of UNF police services since April, 1972.
SLt. R.J. Ridaught will direct police services until a successor has

532 57 Nature Trails Developed

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Page 6 Jan. 15, 1975 THE HALYARD

Job Problems Feared by UNF Students

Halyard Stff rter but they get a much lower ending up finding jobs in the any secretarial skills. I don't want have a better chance over
salary--S200 monthly. I could go fields of marketing or business to be a sales clerk the rest of my undergraduates at jobs this
Five out of six UNF students outside of my field, but I really administration." life, but it may be all I have to fall time," George said.
interviewed on campus feel that want to become a teacher." Susan Grooms, a senior in back on." FRANKIE FAULK, a senior in
they will be facing job-seeking Rick Rummel, a senior in Elementary Education, feels that George Reid, a graduate Biology, foresees a possible
problems upon graduation. Marketing, feels confident about she might be laid off of her -student in Business Administra- problem. She said, "When I get
Cheryl Gill, a senior in finding a job in his field. He present job soon. In addition, she tion, did some brainstorming out of school, it's going to be
Elementary Education, is not commented, "I haven't been will be out looking for a job in her about what he was going to do bad--especially here in Duval
working at this time. She hopes to working the last few months field in June. when he graduated last June in County with the lay-off of all the
find a job in her area upon because I want to take in extra SUSAN STATED, "I'm worried the field of Marketing. teachers. At least I'll be certified
graduation. heavy loads of courses so I can about money. I work part-time GEORGE SAID, "I decided on in Physics, Chemistry, and
CHERYL STATED, "I talked tq graduate soon and get a job. Jobs now in Furchgott's department about four alternatives: to either Biology, so I won't have as much
my advisor and asked him if I are available in my field and I store, but they're not using the interview with some people about to worry about as the student who
should apply for a teaching job need money right now." part-time help now that they used getting a job in my major, to go graduates with only one area. You
early before I graduate in to. I couldn't make it if I wasn't into the Peace Corps, to travel all won't make it with just one area."
December. He said not to even RICK CONTINUED, "It's living at home." over the United States, or to apply
bother because they have costing more to live and I can't for graduate school." She continued, "Of course, if I
connections with the board and really afford to go to school that She added, "When I graduate can't find a job -i my. area, I'll
there are no openings for much longer without working. I I'd like to find a teaching job, but definitely consider doing some-
teachers." She added, "I'm just read an article in the (Jackson- I've heard so many rumors about "I think that going to school thing else, but I do want to stay in
going to graduate, get my degree, ville) Times- Union about how 'the job shortage for teachers. If I right now is one of the best things Jacksonville. I'll work wherever I
and see what happens. If I have people in other fields such as can't find one, I'll have to do a person who is unemployed can can-.even if it's Burger K~ilg or
to, I'll apply to be a teacher's aide, sciences and education are something else, but I don't have do in order to advance. I feel I'll Hardees."

The Halyard Tkweb Reiet
Editor and General Manager... AMoc. Prof. W.J. Roach
Executive Editor... Ron Feinberg
Managing Editor... Drew Briunon
Editorial Page Editor Frank Stanfield

S,* --Neil Simon wrote "The Odd being matched only by Davis's LOCAL TALENT is provided
Couple" presumably to entertain Oscar. Baldauff's performance L Plants of Jacksonville
B y p a s s in g PA audiences, and not to provoke any was very creditable, although Beach, as Roy. He also appeared
deep thoughts about the relative occasionally reminiscent of Tony Brecently in the Players By The Sea
merits of the different life-styles Randall's on television. production of "Happy Birthday,
of the leading characters. His Wanda June."
I o r Myintentions notwithstanding, the Most TV viewers know about Wanda June.
Ig n os My play is something to think about, Oscar and Felix. This play tells Alhambra's regular stage
as well as to enjoy. the story of how two such cThe Alhambra's regular Ham
While the majority of students were preparing for the holidays This Broadway hit, later a different people began living crew, haveinclud done their usual
after finals, the Student Activities Committee, led by Committee movie and now a TV series, together, and how they learned to addwork. With their help,
chairman and Vice-Chairman of the General Assembly Bill Medlin, opened January 8 at Jackson- maintain a coexistence which, if goodecork C harles Gra hea
was busy drafting a resolution that would have made the members ville's Alhambra Dinner Theatre. not peaceful, is not quite violent engineered an excellent rendition
of the Committee both the interim student government and the Led by Marty Davis as Oscar and either. of one of Neil Simon's best works.
constitutional committee. The resolution was adopted after a 10-2 Patrick Baldauff as Felix, thecast
vote. kept the audience well entertain- Simon's script is lively, and its Theater buffs ought to catch
ed with good performances all humor is sophisticated. His this show. It maybe e long time
Th tt a tidae I-,ui g around. characters are genuine -- each tfore another o is ood
Sor grop o students haTe She right cat one is probably a lot like someone
to submit such proposals to the General Assembly. The trouble with Among he supporting roles, we have known. We can laugh
the Student Activity action however, is that the committee Ahn'g t he sppo o easily at Oscar and Felix because
deliberately bypassed the General Assembly by taking the proposal was especially well rendered it s so easy todentify wth ether DOUG SHAVER
.directly to UNF President Dr. Thomas G. Carpenter for ratification. one -- or both.
Fortunately, Carpenter rejected the committee's plea for power.
The Student Activities Committee nearly pulled off a successful
power play that would have stunned those General Assembly
members as well as other interested students who have worked forS r La n i
the adoption of the self-governing plan.
The self-governing plan was adopted by the General Assembly in
order to achieve a more representative government for UNF.
Thanks to President Carpenter we have been saved from having our College Station, Texas (I.P.) conducted by Dr. Glenn Johnson Interaction analysis is the
government stolen from us. Instructors at Texas A&M of the Educational Curriculum development of a 10 category
University have been going back and Instruction Department. observation system so that any
We already have the proper vehicle to use for formulating new to school to learn to be better verbtl statement made a
governments -- the General Assembly Constitutional Committee. It teachers, TECHNIQUES such as inter- classroom by a teacher or student
is presently the only sanctioned authority on campus for approving action analysis and micro-teach- could be identified every three
new governments, and the reason is obvious, in order to protect the They use a process called an ing, allow a teacher to examine -seconds and recorded for further
rights of people affected by government, and in order to protect the Enhanced Teaching Workshop his instructional methods in analysis.
stability of the government itself, we should proceed through the which was developed and is being detail.
proper channels of authority instead of attempting to bypass them.

Sunday Closing Law, Rights Violafion?

By DOUG SIHAVER cannot be perfectly achieved in all agreed on which day ought to be least discourage it during what going to force people to honor
Production Manager situations, but we can come closer observed as the Sabbath, they consider a holy day. They do God, why stop with closing the
The first clause of the First than we now are. compelling observance thereof so by making it slightly bars?
eit lause o te The Sunday closing law is would still be a violation of inconvenient to drink on that day.
sAmen makentn w readsp:e ngres obviously an attempt by the City people's rights. Furthermore, the They also try to force their People who support the Sunday
shall make no law respecting an Council to enforce observance of a law in its present form is morality on proprietors of bars closing law are not concerned
establishment of religion, or religious concept. The law implies discriminatory in other ways. and liquor stores by forbidding with God so much as they are
prthereof;hibiting the free exercise that Sunday is more sacred than Of course, the law is not a them to conduct their evil concerned with people who do
thereSunday closing law regarding the the other days of the week, and prohibition law as such. Drinking businesses on that day. things they disapprove of.
Sunday closing law regarding the that therefore certain activities Certainly, they must be-allowed
sale of alcoholic beverages is a that therefore certain activities on Sunday is not illegal; it is the Interestingly, the more expen- to try to persuade people to
violation of this clause. become sacrilegious if performed sale of alcohol -- by certain types sive restaurants, which offer accept their morality. They
The first phrase, concerning on that day. of businesses -- which is drinks with their meals, are should not, however, be allowed
"an establishment of regionn" In other words, the city has prohibited. Nevertheless, the law exempted. Perhaps drinking in to compel people to live by their
means that the government may declared that Sunday is the Lord's reflects the same moral and these places is not so immoral as standards.
not support any religion, Day. This is flagrantly discrimin- religious viewpoint embodied in in your neighborhood tavern.
financially or otherwise. The atory against those religious prohibition laws. Those whose religion
second phrase means that the groups such as the Seventh-Day People with this viewpoint SOME MIGHT argue that the requires them to forego certain
government may not oppose any Adventists and the Jews who believe that drinking is evil, and main intent of the law is to honor activities on 'Sunday -- or
religious activity, either. observe Saturday as the Lord's they would use the law to prevent God, rather than to fight Demon Saturday -- have the right to
Day. it if they could. Rum. If this is so, why is it that, in forego them. They should return
THE FIRST Amendment, then, HAVING BEEN frustrated in Jacksonville at least, the sale of the courtesy by letting the rest of
mandates government neutrality HOWEVER, even if all the their attempts to eliminate alcohol is the only business us indulge in those activities if we
in all religious affairs. This goal religions in our community drinking entirely, they try to at prohibited on Sunday? If we are so desire.

Page 8 Jan. 15, 1975 THE HALYARD

Grads Finding Job Market Tight

By FRANK STANFIELD UNF PRESIDENT Dr. Thomas By FRANK STANFIELD director of placement at North-
Editorial Page Editor Carpenter said that the university Editorial Page Edtor western University, for much of
December quarter graduates was not sure how many persons th College graduates are finding According to Endicott, the
December quid not m arch to the tune of cremny, and added that in the that it is more difficult to get jobs companies he surveyed indicated
did not march to the tune of ceremony, and added that in the this yeartanitwas that there would be two to three
"Pomp and Circumstance" future more room for the this year than it was last year, but that there would be two to three
recently at the University of North reception and more planning the downturn is not as serious as times the demand for engineers,
recently at the University of North reception and more planning some experts had predicted. accountants, and sales-marketing
Florida (UNF) to receive their would be needed for commence- some experts had predicted. accounts an for liberal marketing
diplomas. Instead, they were ments. According to a New York Times graduates than for liberal arts,
awarded their diplomas within Survey published on December mathematics, and economics
their own college and attended a Graduating students displayed 16, accounting and engineering majors.
reception afterwards. a mixed reaction to the new majors will enjoy the greatest job THE TIMES also quered other
The non-traditional December program, but seemed to be opportunities with starting sal- college placement officials in
commencement exercise was th receptive to the plan overall. aries as much as five to seven per addition to Endicott, and
tcommencfmendt exercise was the cent higher than last year. discovered trends similar to those
first of its kind at UNF, andr
judging, from the favorable Cherri Little admitted that if THE REPORT added that "If reported by Endicott.
response of most of the people she had graduated in June she you are black or female, or both, The Times survey concluded by
involved, it will probably continue would have preferred the your opportunities in many fields saying that "the market for
for those graduate's who do not traditional ceremony, but since are very good," adding that this would-be journalists, social work-
graduate in June. she was graduating in December is particularly true for female ers or teachers was flooded in
e in J the informal ceremony was fine engineers and accountants. many sections and that at best
UNF VICE PRESIDENT Roy L. with her. The Times story carried a applicants for such jobs would
commLassiter Jr. described the new asacted Chicago byline and cited Dr. have to look in less desirable
commencement program as THELMA CRIBBS, who acted .t '*'B Frank S. Endicott, emeritus areas if they want to find work."
"experimental" and cited among as a Student Activities hostess for
other reasons, the prohibitive the reception, described the
high cost of a traditional program as "a good compromise
ceremony at the end of every until they (UNF) get bigger."
Dr. Gary Harmon, chairman of At least one student objected to .. .
the Language and Literature the non-traditional approach.
n or e Joan Kollar said, "I think it's
department, was in favor of the unfair. They should have,
new plan and said, "our unfair.n They should have,
graduates don't .really care for graduation everyuarter, not just
drawn-out ritual. forthsewh graduateinJune"
Dr. Steven Delue of the
Political Science department According to Lassiter, Dec-
described the new program as ember graduates will be invited
being more personalized and back to the university to
"very convivial" compared to the participate in the June commence,
traditional format. ment exercise.

CMl bbqingI fr F&W0d P aiK Oldw

By DREW BRUNSON zone and as a result much of
Managing Editor Duval County is within flood
Sawmill Slough is now lobbying TAKE, for example, the
to pass a Flood Plain Ordinance flooding which occurs with
through the Jacksonville City regularity in much of the
Council. downtown area during rainy
The ordinance was presented The Slough, the UNF conserva- T h e B o oe
problem facing the City Council. with local conservation effortsT he Bookstore Presents
and was recently awarded the
THE FLOOD Diaster Protection Adams Conservation Award. The
Act of 1973 requires construction award was presented in honor of
which is federally insured to have Mimi Adams, noted Jacksonville
flood insurance. However, before environmentalist, and her hus-
this flood insurance may be band who were killed in an auto
obtained, the local government accident in 1971.
must pass anordinance restrict At present the Slugh is A t Reduced Prices
ing construction in flood prone escorting elementary school
zones. children from around the area on
tours of UNF's nature trails. This SR 11 was 1 5.95 now .79.95
According to Dr. Robert Loftin, is an effort to instill within the
faculty advisor of the Sawmill children an appreciation of the or c0 $5
Slough, this affects most natural beauty of the utarea, said. S0 w s 9 6 .
construction since construction Loftin.
loans are usually obtained ALTHOUGH the Slough has no
through banksswhicharefederally definite plans for the coming A
insured. year, Loftin said their overall A
purpose is very clear.
The bill, says Loftin, is anat an eO
attempt to separate the flood zone I t is-said Loftin--to save tbe -
into two parts--the "flood way" world.en, fult,
and the "flood fringe" d = rr\ 1 Shr K
THE FLOOD way, says Loftin, Clssid ads SlR50 l
can be defined as the area which Reprints of all Halyard photos M n
flood waters must pass through as available. For more information L 8 i9t h
they rise and recede. The flood contact: The Halyard office or call Uf %.i,
fringe is located on the outer 646-2817d. Ui Mmi t i -
edges of the flood way and will Ride needed -- From Riverside to
not require drainage as the flood UNF. MWF 9:00-3:00 classes.
waters recede. Contact R.T. Karle 384-2925. Will M e m o r- 1
pay for gas/inconvenience. M
The proposed ordinance will This public document was
allow certain types of construction pro ulicgated at an estate 149 95
-to take place in the fringe area cost oflper copy to nform9.95
instead of closing off the entire cost ofd e nts, faculty, career
area to construction. service, d ministrative
Loftin,-says that any area where and professIonal staff about
activIties affecting the univer-
there is a 1/100 chance of aoit cm ngtyI
flooding may be defined as a flood slty community.

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This issue of the HALYARD SECOND, the paper will draw The Editorial Committee will FOUR CLASSES and vol. The workshop class, COM 417,
may not look e wi on the resources of five classes decide on major stories to be unteers will be contributing will work as assignment reporters,
may not look new, but the way it plus assorted volunteer talents as covered editorials (and positions) material. A new venture class columnists and editorial writers.
is being put together is something it continues to strive to succeed in to be prepared, and solicited (Communications 960 -- "Ven- The most-advanced journalistic
quite new. Innovative, too, we its dual role of campus (pro-and-con) features written by tures and Adventures in the-Mass writing course, new this quarter,
think community newspaper and lab- readers. Individual editors and Media") will :be blanketing the will be working to produce
First of all, there is an Editorial oratory publication. nmenibers of the Newspaper campus- as first-time "beat" in-depth investigative and inter-
Committee (5/6 students) which Here's how all of these groups Wrksh.op class will assign major reporters; it's part of a pretive articles on topics of
will decide subjects and di- and persons will work in stories and features, make two-dimensional look at the mass interest to our readers. These
reactions for investigation and for coordinated fashion to produce feature and art assignments and media that these non-major advanced students are enrolled in
editorials, your bi-weekly HALYARD: assign the writing of editorials. students-will be essaying. COM 450 -- Depth Reporting.
AND THE work of Dave
Portor's "Introduction to Photo-
V graphy" course will be used
periodically to give you interest-
ing picture stories and picture
f w 9 pages.
Besides this, we do have
Ac ce talented volunteers who will be
AbWdu AM) "99w&working on special stories,
writing edits and columns,
B CON iE O MAN feeling definitely superior to their example, as an accountant, a "is a sincere search for securing photographs, doing line
HalBy CON E H MAdN lesser educated "fellow college professor or a information and knowledge." drawings and cartoons, and
HalyardStaff Writer Americans." psychologist? selling ads.
A college education is a good Lastly, the Editing and Layout
There is a misconception NOW TELL ME, is intelligence Ten persons were asked to thing. But as we become more .class (COM 330) will handle the
among: some people in this really measured by education? Is define what intellectualism meant educated do we tend to look upon copy editing, headline writing,
country and among a large the individual with a Ph.D, and 12 to them. Here are a few of their ourselves as being on an makeup, proof-reading and paste-
number df. Europeans that years of college any more responses: A young secretary felt intellectual plateau? Do we feel up for the issues to be produced
Americans are anti-intellectual, intellectual than the elementary that "to be an intellectual doesn't that in order to have a good this quarter.
Thiss tiot true. I do not think that school teacher who possesses depend on how much education conversation with someone they SO THE HALYARD will be, in
the majority of the people are only a Bachelor's Degree, but you have. Anybody can be an must be on our intellectual level? a sense, a showcase of the efforts
against intellectttalism, but rather who has 12 years of experience intellectual if they sit down and What about the human level, of all of these groups and
the smug, "better than thou" teaching children? 'And what apply themselves." where people, regardless of individuals. And, as you can
attitude that too -many well- about the carpenter, the plumber, education, can relate to each surmise, it also represents a
educated people possess.. the electrician or the young ANOTHER YOUNG woman, other on the grounds that we all challenge to coordinate. The
businessman all of whom may not college educated and working in have the need to be. editors hope they're up to it.
It is indeed an accomplishment have a degree hanging on their the business world, said that to And the editors represent a
to obtain a Ph.D (Doctorate of wall, but who certainly possess her an intellectual is one who is The majority of Americans are blend of old and new -- although
Philosophy), but today colleges intelligence. "skilled and knowledgeable in a not anti-intellectual. They merely all have had some seasoning for
are turning out Ph.D's faster than Oh, but you say those are skills particular area or a number of possess a more down-to-earth at least the last quarter. Bill
ever before. Too many people, and not really signs of areas." attitude about who and what they Roach and Ron Feinberg, faculty
especially those .in their early intellectualism. Isn't the primary are, than their counterpart members, continue as editor and
30's, walk through university purpose behind the Ph.D to learn "Intellectualism," said a 28 Europeans and the upper echelon general manager, and executive
doors with a doctorate in hand, a skill, whether it be. for year old college educated man, of educated persons. editor, respectively. The remain-
der of the Editorial Committee
SA .T ...-,- I A' .D ? are all students:
SDrew Brunson continues as
managing editor, with Frank
Stanfield as editorial page editor
and Steve Holland as news
editor (they'll be in charge of
M all news editorial and feature
Sma.material). Steve Leary has taken
A -\" E A. I, over the duties of photo and art
:L 6"0 S I I editor. Doug Shaver becomes

A00I r, % OAM IIIk Business manager continues to
1 E O CA TO AL be David Bozik, while Bill Hare
4 *C rOPLE IATTERS (and Alice Wright head up the
L*- W01 EOP L 1g advertising effort and Terry
ER SAYM 0 Mothershed manages the circu-
lation. One position is open and
will shortly be filled -- makeup
r editor.
ALONG WITH increased cover-
age of the campus, we hope to
continue our innovative experi-
ments in the looks of the paper
and we'll be trying some new
"packaging" of the news as we
go long. The Editing and Layout
class will be sampling our readers
later in the term to get your
A reactions to our content and
We hope to add other features,
some the result of the survey
By LANCE GREEN During one of the games which commended. Rarely, if ever, did were not the recipients of any conducted last quarter. We're
The pitted the Grounds Crew against any of their team members argue post season banquets, champion- still looking to build more regular
The intramural flag football the Staff, one of the unheralded with a baffled referee. Never did ship trophies, ulcers, or undeser- columnists. We'll be soliciting a
league is over. The team that won champions summed up their any of the team member's ved 'respect' from the university cross-section of the campus to
the championship game has team's attitude toward the tempers flare to the point of populace. In material gain, the participate in a series of
received their trophies, but still game--"We're out here to have fisticuffs. Never did any of the Grounds Crew received nothing "Viewpoint" columns wherein
the true champions have not been fun, man. We're not pro's." players leave the field grumbling but an extended lunch break-- leaders of our campus community
recognized. This article is at one another for dropping a from thirty to ninety minutes. (career service, administrative
intended to herald the members What this implies is that they meaningless pass. and professional, faculty, stu-
of the UNF Grounds Crew as the see flag football as a means by They always left knowing they dents, spouses, whatever) will be
undeniable champions of the 1974 which enjoyment and fun are had spent an hour and one-half in But they did gain in personal asked to contribute a periodic
Flag Football League. internalized. The pro's play for exercise and -recreation. They and individual satisfaction--satis- column about their views on some
Something interesting to note Miami, not the Staff, Natural always left the field talking with faction in knowing they promoted controversial issue -- an issue of
is that the Grounds Crew went Sciences, the Sr. Jocks, the Jr. other team members. They al- a relaxed and enjoyable atmos- their choosing.
winless in twelve games, hardly Jocks, ROTC, the Champs (the ways returned for the scheduled phere for ninety minutes of every Playwright Arthur Miller has
gained a first down; and averaged Business representative), or the game. Winning had no effect on Tuesday and Thursday (if not for said that "A good newspaper is
less than five points per game. Grounds Crew. Intramurals serve either their degree of participa- the other "professionals" in the like a nation talking to itself."
Why, then, should they be as a stepping stone toward fitness tion or their attitudes toward each league, at least for themselves). It We'd like to start some of this
considered the champs? The and recreation, not as a minor other. Chalk up one for the is unfortunate that the other talking. We hope you'll join in.
answer lies in the manner in league for the Miami Dolphins. long-hairs! 1!! teams in the league did not follow
which they played--their attitudes The manner in which the Now, what.did the Grounds the prime example which was just W.J. ROACH
toward the GAME--and what they Grounds Crew played every Crew receive for their participa- beneath their noses. EDITOR AND
received for participating. Tuesday and Thursday is to be tion in the league? Certainly, they GENERAL MANAGER

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