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End of college tests studied

By STEVE HOLLAND In a recent telephone interview, hurt "End of College Testing tant professor of political science circumstances believes that the
News Editor G. Emerson Tully, Chairman of Program, Tully said that his and one of the editors of program won't stand a chance.
the Committee on Academic committee would seek funds from "Dimension," believes that
ACCORDING TO "DIMEN- Research and Testing, a outside the state. faculty atid students should have "The End of College Testing
SION," the End College Testing committee serving BOR, said that input into the study. "The fact Program doesn't stand a prayer in
Program proposes to draft faculty the American College Testing A spokesman in the Education- that we don't know very much getting a general agreement of
to develop the types of thinking service and the Board of Regents al Research Officeof the BOR validity on such a program," said
competencies or the basic have provided "seed money" for said that the "End of College about it (the study), is Carpenter.
knowledge items which students the feasibility study of the End of Testing Program had been interesting. ere is a program
are expected to possess at the end College Testing Program." presented to the council of with major implications for
of four ears. Academic Vice Presidents, who faculty and students and we know I refuse to take it seriously at
treated it unfavorably, stated nothing about it," he said. this point. From what I know of it
American College Testing has "Dimension." The spokesman now I would oppose it
contributed approximately $25 further added that the final vehemently," he stated.
The American College Testing thousand and the Board of decision would be made by the The University of North Florida
Service, states "Dimension," Regents somewhat less," he said. State University presidents and president Dr. Thomas G. The Board of R
would then write the test items the Chancellor. Carpenter said a program such as T ngBad of Reili ents i
and the BOR would have the the "End of College Testing studying the feasibility of an Enm,
program tested in designated When asked if recently-ordered Program" would cost money and of College Testing Program,
pilot schools. cuts in the state budget would DR. STEVEN DELUE, assis- in view of present economic according toa recent article n
newsletter, "Dimension."
"Dimension" stated that the
Committee on Academic Re-
___ search and Testing released a
planning document "End of
College Testing Program" Sept-
SBember 6, 1974. The documniit
provided for a testing system for
"assessing student academic

Regeda awauce nuatoiaiuw tudee

Askew asks for massive cutbacks

By FRANK STANFIELD THE REGENTS HAVE also present time we are under by 2.5 per cent per man year. positions vacant. The money that
AND announced a "moratorium" on directive to cut back 3.3 per cent, Man year is figured on 12 months is normally spent on these
STEPHEN W. HOLLAND admitting new students to 2.6 per cent for the rest of the of service, positions is turned back into the
universities. According to Mautz year." "The salary rate is a very state.
Governor Ruebin Askew has and BOR member Marshall THE CUTBACKS will amount serious rate, as the bulk of the As the budget is tightened
asked the Board of Regents to Harris, the measure is only a to $230.000 out of UNF's $8 budget is in salaries." said there is a reduction in the number
reduce spending by $9.4 million temporary .measure which will million budget. Carpenter. of vacancies, thus limiting the
by the time the fiscal year ends on allow a thorough study of the Other statewide directives call THERE IS normally a turnover amount of funds saved. Savings
June 30, according to a recent budget to be conducted, for all universities to reduce their of faculty positions. One way in are also reduced when salary
Miami Herald" story. All the processes continue. It salary rate by two er cent b which to keep costs down, says rates are decreased.
just means nobody gets notified June 30. and to reduce the faculty Carpenter. is to keep those CONTINUED ON PAGE 5
Chancellor of The Board of (of acceptance or rejection) until Jun 3 a t ruc u
disclosed that the state's nine stay within budget constraints,'" C o n s
member universities have al- explained Harris. tio n C o m m it
ready found ways to cut spending According to University of
or reducing programs. Thomas G. Carpenter "At the Dissension arising over govt plan
By DOUG SHAVER provide most of the occasions for mending changes in college
S aga n t Production Manager controversy, structure to the Board of Regents.
However, some committee A sentence was added to the
SAfter six meetings in three members have proposed more proposed constitution to read:
s 1|n |" weeks the General Assembly extensive revision of the "The President may also consult
C collective arg a in in g (GA) Constitution Committee has administrative articles. The other Associations, councils, or
not yet discussed the most points of contention have committees of the University."
By FRANK E. STANFIELD members and other professional controversial article of the concerned the establishment or GREEN HAS also protested the
Editorial Page Editor employees." proposed constitution for self- abolition of colleges, and the committee's passing of a motion
During the same meeting the government, but some dissension selection and duties of depart- to allow the use of secret ballots.
The Florida Board of Regents Regents also addressed them- has already appeared among the ment chairpersons. He has introduced a. motion at
has officially announced that it selves to graduate students nine members. JIM GREEN, student repre- subsequent meetings to rescind
does not regard collective attending graduate school -- a The document was drafted by sentative. argued that a recom- the action, so far to no avail.
bargaining to be in the best matter unrelated to the collective Dr. Thomas Mongar, chairman of mendation to establish, alter, or After completing their revi-
interest of the state university bargaining issue. the UNF Department of Political abolish a college should be based sions, the committee approved
system. The Regents announced that Science and a faculty representa- on consultation with the proposed the articles for discussion at the
The Regents' position was graduate students will not be able tine on the committee. Its first University Senate, rather than open -hearing held on Tuesday.
made official despite United to remain in school without three articles are essentially the only the faculty. January 28. Dr. Bill Merwin,
Faculty of Florida president Ben obtaining a degree beyond a same as those of the Interim Mongar's original draft requir- committee chairman, will make a
Stephen's claim that the Regents' maximum number of hours Articles of Governance. under ed the president to confer only progress report to the General
position is "an unfair labor without having the state cut off which the GA has been operating with the faculty before recom- Assembly on January 30.
practice," and as such is a direct reimbursing funds to the since the university opened in
violation of the state's collective university involved. 1972.THESE ARTICLES outline the
bargaining statute. The Board of Students currently enrolled in administration and organization
Regents however, have based graduate school have between 55 of the university, its colleges, and
their position on legal counsel, and 65 hours for master degrees academic departments. They also
according to BOR Chairperson and between 170 and 190 hours describe the offices of the
Marshall Criser. for doctorate degrees: president, deans, and department ,
Students who continue beyond chairpersons.
Criser read the position which these maximum hour limits can
reads: "The traditional collegial do so only with the university The committee did not
system of government and shared president's permission. originally expect to be making
authority, is inconsistent with and any substantial changes in the
indeed the direct opposite of the In another announcement the three administrative articles.
aversary process inherent in Regents named. Florida Tech- Article IV, describing the
collective bargaining, particularly nological University as the new legislative structure of the new
as it may be applied to faculty Florida Solar Energy Center. government, was expected to.

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Page 2 January 29, 1975 THE HALYARD

"Nader of business world"

Speaks at UNF

Brunson appoint d to b d By BARBARA MAZER IN THE LIGHT of Watergate,
Brunson appointed to board Student Briloff cited law suits levied
A proponent of integrity and against various Big Eight
Dr. Evelyn Brunson, associate professor of Vocational-Technical professionalism in the accounting accounting firms who have
Education, was appointed to the Executive Board of the Florida field; a man who causes Wall allegedly violated standards of
Business Education Association on January 16. Street, Big Business, and the Big full disclosure and accountability.
The FBEA is comprised of business teacher educators from Eight accounting firms to proceed He feels that because these
secondary schools, junior colleges and universities from around the with caution under his eye; and accountants had betrayed their
state., author of many articles and roles as "historians in an
books, Dr. Abraham Briloff has economic microcosm" and had
According to Dr. Brunson, the executive board is responsible for been called the "Ralph Nader of abandoned their sense of
guiding the activities of the association such as the annual the Business World." professional discipline and digni-
convention and programs and workshops. thety, they had also neglected to
Professor of Accounting at
Baruch College, City University fulfill the terms of their
Nylen publishes text I^^BRoo^SiA^SisSty
Nylen publishes text of New York, Briloff addressed responsibility to the role ac-
Dr. David W. Nylen, associate professor of Management, has had UNF students in a packed counting provides in sociered
a textbook, "Advertising: Planning, Implementation and Control," auditorium on January 20 and 21. Brilof justice" that allows a
published by South-WesteinPublishing Co. On the evening of January 21 he sysemal mijusten accountant toa
spoke before the Jacksonville small midwestern accountant to
Kranz prints article ;chapter of the National Associa- lose his practice for mailingout a
K -an :pi ...l 1, ', ... .tion of Accountants at a dinner notice that he is available for
Sh where a dozen UNF students services, while a Big Eight firm
Dr. Peter Kranz, assistant professor of psychology, has had an were guests of Maxwell House who grossly misuses advertising
article published in the Fall 1974 issue of "Community." Its title is Coffee. receives only a letter from the
"The White Student Problem of 1974: Continued Belief in Racial Briloff's three addresses were Ethics Committee and faces no
Mythology." directed toward current account- further action.
ing controversies, a search for He stressed that individual
Cole named chairman professional transcendence, and accountants must not compromise
what he terms a "two-tiered their integrity if they are to
system of justice." instill a sense of professionalism
Dr. Frederick M. Cole, assistant professor of accounting, has systm of in stitheir field.
been named acting chairman of the Department of Accounting. He
succeeds Dr. William J. Arthur, who recently left the university to
become dean of the College of Business Administration at Ski s Center onsors
Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, Tennessee.

Pachori's accomplishments noted iting Conte

Dr. Satya S. Pachori, assistant professor of literature, is includedC
in the 1974 edition of "Men of Achievement," Volume 1, for his
academic accomplishments. The Academic Enrichment and 6. Only poetry and short prose honorable mention but no cash
Skills Center (AESC) is sponsor- works will be accepted. awards.
The book is a.noted biographical reference work published by the ing its annual Writing Contest Three prizes will be awarded in Winners will be announced on
International Biographical Center, Cambridge, England. and encourages UNF students to each category. First and second or about March 31, 1975.
submit entries in one or both of prizes are cash awards of $50.00 Additional information may be
the two categories, poetry and and $25.00, respectively. Third- obtained from the AESC, Room
Nagle presents paper prose. place winners will receive 001/1529, phone 646-2766.
Prose entries may be short
stories or essays.
Entries will be accepted from Budget Cuts
Dr. Clint Van Nagle, of the Department of Special Education, was February 3 through March 7, Bt ts
invited to present his paper entitled "Descriptive Diagnostic 1975. The contest rules are as a
Modules for Learning Disabled Children" to the International follows: s e olts
Convention on Learning Disabilities held in Brussels, Belgium C a u se 0 1 C I
January 4th. ing Disabilitie1. Only currently enrolled UNF
students are eligible. By BONNIE JOSEPH THE OTHER part of the
2. All entries must be Halyard Staff Writer problem is the ditto machines.
Rasche publishes article submitted in sealed envelopes to May UNF secretaries are According to Hancock, "The ditto
Ms. Joan Evans, Director, AESC. y see es e machines were made available by
Dr. Chris Rasche, Department of Sociology, had an article facing a convenience vs. economy the state purchasing division for
published in the December 1974 issue of Criminal Justice and 3. No entrant may submit more conflict regarding excessive use emergency use only."
Behavior. Entitled "The Female Offender as an Object of than three entries, of xerox and ditto machines and Eddie Fann, director of
Criminological Research," it was the lead article for a special issue 4. All entries must be typed on departmental budget cuts. duplicating, said, "It is my
on female offenders. 8 /2" x 11" paper with the The secretaries are complain- contention that we can duplicate
entrant's name at the top of the ing of finding no xerox machines more efficiently and we can turn
Delue prints essay first page. on campus working, and getting out a higher quality of copy."
poor results when they take their He continued, "The advantage
5. No entries will be returned, work to the campus duplicating of my doing the work would be
Dr. Steven .M. Delue, assistant professor of Political Science, has service, efficiency. We're turning work
published an essay dealing with the relationship between new Ward Hancock, director of around in less than one day."
teaching methods and the traditional political science curriculum. Four Students administrative services, says, A SECRETAPY said, In spite
The essay appeared in DEA News, a publication of the American "We've attempted to be overly of duplicating services saying the
Political Science Association. W hhis convenient here, especially with work goes in the morning--out in
in scholars s the tight budget situation coming the afternoon, it never works out
I aup. The state is starting to clamp that way."
Hea and Jones attend meeti g Four students won music down, so that every machine put Asked if pre-planning would
scholarships last month at the anywhere on this campus has to help, Fann said, "We have a
Librarians John M. Hein and Robert P. Jones attended the University of North Florida. The be approved in Tallahassee.' system to handle any work on an
Interinstitutional Meeting on Computer Needs for SUS Libraries in awards, provided by Juliette and emergency basis. All you need is
Tampa, December 10. John B. Chandler, were made on AS FAR AS therawcostof Mr. Hancock's signature. Under
the basis of performance at an xeroxing to the university is a priority situation, the work
audition concerned, we're not even would take ten minutes to do--if
T scholarship weregiven to breaking even," said Hancock. not under priority, four hours."
Traynham attends meetings The scholarships were given to "Other universities are reducing Fann did admit that, "In the
Lester H. Geisendorff, piano their number of copy machines. past couple of years or so, we
major; Gay Lynn Montgomery, We're considering many econo- were in certain physical condi-
Dr. Earle C. Traynham, assistant professor of Economics voice major; Mary Jeanene Allen, mical moves that have not been tions we couldn't help, and this
attended the annual meetings oft the American Economics voice major and transfer student finalized at this time." caused delays in getting the work
Association in Sannual meetncisco on DecemberEconomics from Florida Junior College at done. Now our working condi-
Jacksonville; and Marcus C. Hancock says the reason the tions, quality, and efficiency has
j b Shaw, also a voice major and FJC machines are down so often is improved so that we're able to get
Perry joins businessmen transfer student, that "We have a people problem, material turned around in less
The awards are for the winter People continually abuse the than one day."
Dr. Joseph Perry, chairman of the Economics Department, will and spring quarters at UNF and machines."
join six local businessmen during "Perspective '75," an economic are intended to assist talented Hancock commented, "If the
outlook conference sponsored by the Jacksonville Area Chamber of music students. Apparently, many of the secretaries want to know why we
Commerce. Mrs. Chandler has been active secretaries do not agree. "I have can't have more machines it's
in local cultural activities. She is a xerox machine nearby, but we because we have no need for
uli aa board member of the have very little trouble with it more machines.
CangelOSI publishes article Jacksonville Symphony Associa- because of people. Our trouble is
tion and is past president of the with the maintenance. You call on "We have not utilized and
Women's Guild of the Jackson- Friday afternoon to report a justified the volume with the
Dr. James S. Cangelosi, assistant professor of Education, ville Art Museum. She also serves broken machine, and by Monday equipment we have now. Besides,
published an article, "Measurement and Evaluation: A Broader on the Jacksonville Opera Guild noon, it is still out of order," one it is not economically feasible to
Perspective, in the Fall Quarter issue of Measurement News. Board. said. have more machines."

THE HALYARD January 29, 1975 Page 3

Construction at UNF feeling effects of economy

Construction continues at UNF
despite economic problems and, R
in fact, there have been both "
positive and negative effects. h
Tom Bostwlek, director of -,
.t Physical Facilities, explained that
S Tmaterial costs are still high and
...... .L. there are some material short-
ages, but the labor situation has
S- improved.

Staff Writer Company has caused a delay in out for handball courts, and the that this project is an example of Building Nine.
Construction continues at UNF the construction of this building. day care center will soon be under how the labor situation has
despite economic problems and, construction. changed. EARLIER DESIGN plans have
in fact, there have been both RECENTLY GROUND was been adjusted due to lack of
positive andnegative effects broken for the construction of six Fencing recently installed available money. The estimated
Tom Bostwick, Director of en for the construction of six be around much of the campus Twelve bids for this job were cost may be $2 million. Bostwick
Physical Facilities, explained that located behind the shower and perimeter cost $44,000. Last year submitted; the average is three or explained that additions can be
material costs are still high and locker room facilities. The the cost would have been $26,000. four. Bostwick added,"It shows made to -the auditorium in the
there are some material short- original cost estimate for the According to Bostwick, the that companies don't have work. future.
ages, but the labor situation has courts was $60,000, but that fencing will help keep poachers No job now is too small."
improved. figure has been cut to $32,000 out. V Phase IV includes the construc-
The shower and locker room because of lowered asphalt costs. Larger construction jobs at tion of central receiving and
facilities are under construction The area that has been used for THE CONTRACT has been UNF are planned and carried out warehouse facilities. This project
now and should be completed in the courts over the past two years completed for the installation of in phases. Phase 111, which should will cost approximately $150,000
early March. A delay in the will be changed back into a lighting along the campus go out for bids in March, involves and should go out for bids in
shipment of electrical transform- parking lot. roadway, and work should begin the proposed 700-seat auditorium February.

Bm MW refreshing
blues concert recommended
By unanimous approval of the of the UNF library space for art coordinating the development
report by its sub-committee on shows. and administration of fine arts
"People Art," the UNF Council The seventeenmember council grants.
of the Arts will recommend a composed of faculty. administra-
blues music concert to be held on composed ofe faculty admnis-ans
bluel 1ic conce conrt wo h uld o tive personnel and students was Since its organization the e ed a
feature Buddy Guy, Junior Wells. established in March. 1974. Its council has recommended and
Johnny Shines and their jazz purpose is to promote and co-sponsored several cultural
eneme develop a early calendar of projects. Among them have been
ensemble l cultural events for the university the Venture Theatre production of m a
In another vote, the council community. "'The Visit" and the on-campus
established a standing committee It also acts as liaison with other presentation of the Free Street
to review all applications for use community institutions as well as Theatre.

Your University Bank

Complete Banking Service Prices are up -- Again
By MARCELLA PRICE Hancock indicated that his
S a hoans volu Staff Writer off ice would welcome the
Chewing a ving Lons opportunity t o discuss any
No longer does that quarter in student complaints concerning
"othe vending machine release a food and vending service. If a
oCoke or Fresca. Students are now student loses money in one of the
ounce can, due to the increased refunded at he bookstore.

A administrative Services, explain- students will remember to jot
9 AM to6 PM Fri. ed that when the. vending down the type of machine, its
company notified hi s office that location, and the date when
an increase was necessary "we money was lost. This information
didn't just let them raise the should be given to the bookstore
Drive-In Tellers: 8.30 AM to 4 PM Mon.-Thurs. among the universitiesW inthe ment is made.
state to see if the price change Mr. Gene Aspinwall, who
The volume of sales through the university, says he receives
4the machines on UNF's campus is few complaints. Because he
low. "We do not have a large services the machines on a

U contingency of students who use regular basis, he can catch many
the machines," Hancock said. of the problems.
Mlow The foo as veeve a la e r ua b ss h n s v
A tl ntic Un issmall and has no dor- c sThe food and v ined ing servis
The use of vending machines Eastern Foods. although they are
that release 12 ounce cans instead under separate contracts. Both
mo, Oe c of those that offer paper cups and contracts will be terminating on
Corner Beach Blvd. and St. John's Bluff Rd. ice was a decision based on the ch nd s o ne
get more of a soft drink for their Eastern Food's reason for
vende r is not required to stock termination Hantek lais
S sugar-free drinks, but includes that the vender hans not been able
Member FDIC them as a service to the to show a profit. e a
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THE HALYARD January 29, 1975 Pane 5

Yessin to perform

With noted trio

At UNF concert

Gerson Yessin, pianist, and a IN ADDITION to over 35
quartet from Europe will present appearances with the Pops, he
the second in the Student has been heard as soloist with
Activities concert series at UNF other major orchestras, including
Thursday, February 6, at 8:30 the New York Philharmonic, the
p.m. in the Building 9 assembly Boston Symphony, and the San
hall. Complimentary tickets are Francisco Symphony.
available but must be reserved in Feit, born in Lorraines, France,
advance by calling the Fine Arts has studied in Germany and a; L
office. extensivelytoured Europe extensively as W e 4aU uv w o
Yessin, concert pianist and guest soloist with leading
UNF Fine Arts Chairperson, and orchestras and chamber music a
Pierre W. Feit, one of Europe's ensembles. He has been a
leading oboists, will join a featured soloist on recordings by
Yugoslavian string trio in a Philips and Deutschegrammo-
chamber ensemble. They are phon.
making a limited North American The Slovenian String Trio was
tour. originally formed under the
Since his debut at age 17 with auspices of the Ljubljane Radio.
Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Kosta Kirkov, violin, Pavel
Pops Orchestra, Yessit has Skabar, viola, and Cecil Skerjan-
concertized extensively and has ek, violincello, have all performed By BONNIE JOSEPH Without the approval program, university without a check station
appeared on numerous nation- as soloists as well as ensemble Staff Writer the library staff would have to be in its library. Hopefully, next
wide radio and TV programs. players. four times as large. This is year's inventory will show a
The UNF library has lost 3,570 because each book would have to definite improvement over last
A kl asks f b k volumes of books as of June 10, be ordered title by title. This year's. However, next year, an
W or cutbacks 1974, according to Robert P. would become very time electronic surveillance, system
Jones, circulation/reference li- consuming in that reviews, may be installed in the library.
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 added however, that it may make brarian. prices, typing, and ordering
When asked whether or not a great deal of difference in the would be checked into. With the THIS SYSTEM is currently
UNF would consider making fal. Presently the administration The above figure represents program, according to Mr. Jones, being installed in the library at
salary cuts, Carpenter replied is taking a wait and see attitude 2.8% of the total collection of "we tell them what we want and University of South Florida, and
that he would hope that such as far as what the future holds. 120,000 volumes from October 2, they send the books with the the same system is being ordered
steps would be avoided. 1972. invoices enclosed in each book. for the library at University of
No program cuts are being We simply choose to keep the Flordia.
THE LAST thing we want is to contemplated at UNF at the THE AVERAGE cost per book or send it back. This cuts
lay people off and cut salaries, I present time, but plans for a volume is $13.50. The total loss of down on time, and we get more The cost of the equipment for
don't see that the situation College of Technology have books within the library amounts current material quickly." the system would be $15,000, but
warrants this at the present time, slowed down considerably, ac- to $48,195, which is 1/6 of the if the loss in materials in the
particularly when the school is cording to Carpenter. annual budget. A check station went into effect library is $48,000, then the
growing so rapidly," said in the library fall quarter. It is electronic surveillance system is
Carpenter. THE ULTIMATE goal is to Mr. Jones stated, "It is almost manned 82 hours per week. Mr. well worth its price.
have a College of Applied Science impossible to know hir much has Jones stated the reasons why
When asked what effect the and Technology which will cover been lost in periodicals. Docu- "We assumed and we were
BOR decision concerning the everything from health areas to ments get ripped off like freebies. proven wrong that with an
enrollment freeze would have on industrial technology. Four to five reserve copies are average student body of juniors The H alyar
UNF, Carpenter replied that it taken a year. At one time a and seniors that they would be
would not have any effect on UNF "I don't see the situation as a completely bound yearly sub- mature enough not to rip-off our
for the rest of the fiscal year, long, long setback," says scription of a magazine was books. Now the whole place has to Editor and General Manager--
which ends on June 30. Carpenter Carpenter. stolen." suffer for it." Assoc. Prof. WJ. Roach
WITH THE check station,
When asked if these stolen whenever a student enters the Executive Editor--
"a convenient ATY r materials could be replaced, Mr. library, he cannot leave without Ron Feinberg
place to Jones commented, "We can only presenting his/her brief case,
lae o replace as the need comes up. If bag, purse, or whatever to insure Managing Editor -
AVE something is missing, it is put on that rio further loss of books will
the un-bank search. After a certain length of take place. This is a people to New Editor -- Stepehn W. Holland
the un- antime, it is sent back to our people type of check.
a great acquisition department and is Editorial Page Editor--Frank Stanfield
place to recorded. It is difficult to replace "When we catch people taking Production Manager -- Doug Shaver
poce to some, because a book can be out a book with them as they present' Business Manager -- David Bozik
borrow" of print after two weeks of their materials to the persontising Maner Bill Hare
Publicationn" manning the check station,we advertising Manager -- Bill Hare
Si look at it as if they had forgotten Advertising Assistant -- Alice Wright
AN APPROVAL program is in to stop and check the book out.
Y effect at the library; Book money Therefore, we have a check out writing Staff --
o u amounting to $300,000-400,000 machine at that point in the
yearly is spent in order for the library. .We don't penalize 'the Timothy Durden Connie Hoffman
library to receive twenty cases of person," said Mr. Jones. Bonnie Joseph Sandra L. L'Etoile,
red i io books weekly in various academic
cr it u n O n areas, A UNF was the only state Marcella Price
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The Halyard Should testing
Editor and General Manager... Assoc. Prof. W.J. Roach
Executive Editor... Ron Feinberg
Managing Editor... Drew Brunson
Editorial Page Editor Frank Stanfield
SEditor FranBy FRANK E. STANFIELD Several other arguments have TO FURTHER complicate the
ta t Editorial Page Editor been raised by university issue is the question of how valid
presidents, faculty, students, and are the standardized tests in the
SRecently the Board of Regents the Rgents themselves. first place? This issue is far from
A rei -B- a S--le has moved towards the develope- IMPLICIT IN the arguments being resolved by educators.
A re they plausIble ment of the End of College against the program is the
Testing program for the state of concern of the negative effects of Other questions have been
Florida. standardization. Standardization, raised such as: should students
A re they reasonable? The United Faculty of Florida whether positive or not, negates from two year institutions be
Sey newsletter, "Dimension," has autonomy, and this is an forced to compete with students
disclosed that the Regent's undeniable effect. In relation to from four year schools, should
Committee on Academic Re- this, is the danger that in trying to students from newer schools be
With the State University System facing its most serious financial search and Testing has released a standardize, standards are us- forced to compete with older,
challenge in years new ideas and more means to cut back expenses document entitled "End of ually lowered to achieve equity established schools; should stu-
are needed. College Testing Program", which rather than raised. dents from a myriad of counties
calls for "assessing student Another problem with stand- and school systems be forced to
Universities throughout the system are cutting out travel academic attainment at the end of ardization is that it tends to be compete agP;nst one another, (as
expenses, leaving vacant positions unfilled, cutting back on hiring the four year baccalaureate rigidified and inflexible. It is Duval County residents know,
outside consultants, limiting equipment purchases, and at least one study." doubtful that this would be looked some counties can loose their
university has warned its students that some courses will not be JN A time of economic crisis on favorably by other states and accreditation from time to time)?
offered as often as they have been in the past. when the Governor has asked the private institutions as Florida
Board of Regents to cut back by students attempt to transfer to The program, should not be
Each university must determine its own cutbacks within state $9.4 million, it does not make other institutions, implemented, if for no other
guidelines. The question that readily comes to mind is, how sense to try and develop a new Still another question is, is the reason, than for the economics of
reasonable and plausible are the state directives? program such as end of college program really necessary? We the situation, but even if that
testing, especially when so many already utilize standardized problem did not exist, it should
IT IS POSSIBLE for the Governor or the Board of Regents to be critical questions about the college board tests, as well as law not be initiated because of the
able to accurately foresee both the needs and the non-essential program remain unanswered, school, certified public account- basic question -- why should
expenditures ofeach individual university from the confines of their As might be expected, pure ants, graduate school, and CLEP students be forced into proving
offices in Tallahassee and elsewhere? Can a proper perspective be economics are not the only reason tests. Do we really need any. that they have received an
maintained? for objections to the program, more? education?
State officials must eventually come to grips with some very s
thought problems; for example to what extent should new M
universities such as the University of North Florida, which is in a -" -
crucial expansion state, be cut back; and if so, how much and
where? If some universities are not faring as well as others in
enrollment, expenditures, etc., should these universities continue ex ep.... :
to receive the same state support as universities that are doing a w a
more effective job, or should their programs be looked at more
critically than those of other universities?
Should salary cuts, enrollment eot-backs, and personnel lay-offs ..
be considered as possible solutions, or would such drastic measures
be too self-defeating and debilitating? d
These are questions that must be scrutinized as objectively, and
as quickly, as possible. Whatever the final outcome, however, the
decisions (by their very nature) are bound to be controversial.
Whatever the outcome of these decisions, the budget reduction
policy will.: be implemented. When Tallahassee issues a
proclamation the task is carried out, and. if it isn't local officials will
find themselves looking for new jobs not a very pleasant prospect
in these times.
Some new programs may have to be delayed, and existing ones
may have to be limited. This point is: we may as well start getting ,N .N m
used to the idea of frugality.
If a spirit of cooperativeness is infused into the system and within LA
the university itself, then we may be able to minimize our losses and ..' c
capitalize on the experience. On the other hand, however, if we
zealously guard our "fedual" holdings and vehemently, attack our .. -
economy-minded critics, then at least some of our losses may be Of y

Liberal thinking may require some thought

By DOUG SHAVER There seem to be some could. This would seem to be the efficacy and propriety of Busing is a good example of
Production Manager inconsistencies here. Some ex- especially true in the case of government efforts to achieve both pitfalls. There seems to be
Certain recent trends in what samples may illustrate. unskilled laborers, who are more certain social changes. littlereason to believe that it is
passes for liberal politics is rather expendable than trained special- eliminating more prejudice than it
discomfiting to some of us who --Liberalization of drug laws is ists. Conservatives believe that the is creating. On the other hand, it
like to consider ourselves liberals. advocated on the grounds that --Where is the labor union, state should not be an agent of is certainly creating some gross
I have called myself by that label what a person does with his own whose officials would defend cultural change, whether or not it inconveniences to people of both
since the political spectrum was body is his own business. Yet, anyone's right not to join that could be effective in that role. races; and it does seem
explained to md in a high school propotnents of such change are. union? There are, I dare say, few Liberals have an abiding faith in reasonable to allow .parents to
history class. ,. often theh same ones who have liberals who have advocated the government's ability to effect choose the school their children
Consider the ing forced efelvone who buys a new universal enactment of right-to- changes, and believe that such is will attend.
propositions. All of them would carto pay several hundred dollars work laws. Compulsory union a proper function of the state.
likelyfor safety devices, regardless of This does not imply that forced
fav\oritc liberal politician, their possible willingness to pay infringement of individual liberty fervent concern with civil does imply that if discrimination
I. THE GOVERNMENT ought for such protection. as would be compulsory a fervent concern with civil does imply that if discrimination
to guarantee maximum individual --The government cannot "take membership. liberties, each also has its is bad when conservatives do it, it
rights. It must prohibit no care of" anyone without spending AND ONE must wonder how particular list of "yes-buts. is just as bad when liberals do it.
activity, where such activity does a lot of tax money. The amount of long any of our freedoms would The conservative believes in THERE IS nothing wrong with
not infringe on another's rights. money available to be taxed last if government employees freedom, yes, but people should doctrinaire liberalism that a
2. The government should te depends in many ways on how should gain the right to strike, for not be allowed to violate the strong dose of reason won't cure.
cre of those people who profitable it is for one to conduct a whatever reason their union predominant mores of their Its proponents have the right
di: advantaged by handicaps of business enterprise. Yet, many should choose, society. The liberal believes in ideas about most matters, but
bir~h or social inequities. It causes espoused by liberals
shld also protect people from positively discourage capitalistic Of course, my first proposition freedom, yes, but people should lately their zeal has been
shalld also protect people ede orabout maximization of individual not be allowed to purchase interfering with their wisdom.
all threats to their safety, enavors rights is not exclusively a liberal automobiles in which they could
including threats arising from THE RECENT growth of tenet. Conservatives believe in it, be injured in the event of an It is regretable that a strong
their own carelessness. government control over business too, notwithstanding their ten- accident, emotional commitment to any
3. Business and industry ought and industry has not affected only dency to legislate all manner of THE PROBLEM one faces in intellectually debilitate s one's
to be stringently regulated. the entrepreneurs. In general, it morality. trying to be a rational liberal (as intellectual constitution. It does
has raised the overhead of most not always have to be so,
4. EXCEPTING perhaps only businesses, including the cost of Contrary to what that history opposed to a doctrinaire liberal) is however.
th e use of violence, labor unions hiring labor. This has aggravated teacher told our class, there is no finding a way by which the state
should be free to define what inflation by causing higher prices significant difference in the can effect a given change in our It is to be greatly hoped that
their objectives will be, and to use of goods and services, degree to which liberals and society without (a) creating more liberals will shortly find some
any means at their disposal to conservatives give lip service to problems than are solved and (b) spokesmen as devoted to reason
attain them. All enterprises. Increasing labor costs also the ideals of personal freedom. augmenting a few people's rights as some of the more respectable
including government, should be means businesses mist hire ONE DIFFERENCE which is at the expense of many others' voices for the conservative
subject to collective bargaining, fewer people than they otherwise significant is in their beliefs about rights. viewpoint.

THE HALYARD January 29, 1975 Page 7

Satire O ccu

By ROBERT T. THOMASON "Does it happen all at once, BECOMING REAL is a painful
Campus Minister like being wound up," he asked, process. It requires risk and a
4 Erupting all around us are "or bit by bit?" large amount of patience.
signs of people seeking to become Perhaps hardest of all, though, it
real: teenagers and young adults l is not something we can do for
insisting on their unique dress ourselves.
and hair styles; couples searching
for escape from lonely marriages None of us can become real
through encounter groups; wo- alone. We all need a Skin Horse
men demanding alternatives to to encourage us, to show us the
the traditional roles of wife and kind of acceptance that will
C I mother; all kinds of persons enable us to take the risk of
S adopting all kinds of new exposing ourselves, warts and all.
y RK l religions. We all need someone who can
By RICKY CREWS Something within each of us look at us as we are, the ugly
Staff Columnist longs to close the gap between along with the beautiful, and love
With the recent proliferation of different professions. As most of the person we really are and the us. And we all need to be that
subpoenas, indictments, and them are rather entertaining and person others take us to be. And kind of someone for somebody
resignations of top government love the sound of their own voices yet, something else within us is l else.
officials, many politicians are anyway, why not start a new era afraid to be real -- afraid that the Having learned how to destroy
finding it necessary to go into of recording artists? "real me" might not be accepted the earth and to fly to the moon,
and loved by others. "It doesn't happen all at the eh t f t th n
RECORD OR TAPE CLUB MARGERY WILLIAMS, in her once," said the Skin Horse. "You perhaps it is timethat we devoted
some of our energies to learning
classic story for children (and become. It takes a long time. how to find meaningful relation-
Any six records or three tapes for only 25c. Simply agree to buy mature adults), "The Velveteen That's why it doesn't often how ton m an
one album or tape a month at regular club prices for the rest of your Rabbit," offers perceptive insight happen to people who break ships with one another -- to
life. Tax is not included. into our human struggle to easily, or have sharp edges, or becomig rea .
GEORGE WALLACE SINGS OLDIES (featuring The become real. The title character is who have to be carefully kept. (This column seeks to examine,
Statesrighters) -- I've Grown Accustomed to Your Race; Come on trying to learn from his Generally, by the time you are forthrightly and honestly, those
Baby Light My Fire; Old Rugged Cross; Smoke Can Burn Your companion, the Skin Horse, what Real, most of your hair has been issues, controversial and other-
Eyes; and many many more. it means to be real: loved off, and your eyes drop out, wise, which affect our individual
RICHARD NIXON'S GREATEST HITS (not available on tape) -- I "Does it hurt?" asked the and you get loose in the joints and and common life as searchers for
Left My Heart in San Clemente; What Kind of Crook Am I?; If I Rabbit. very shabby. But these things truth and as human beings
Were A Plumber (and You Were A Lady); Let Me Call You "Sometimes," said the Skin don't matter at all, because once seeking to realize our full
(expletive deleted). Horse, for he was always truthful, you are Real you can't be ugly, potential. Your suggestions,
NELSON ROCKEFELLER SINGS THE SONGS THAT MADE "When you are Real you don't except to people who don't questions, insights, and concerns
HIM GREAT -- (The Hills Come Alive With) The Sound of Money; I mind being hurt." understand." are sought and will be valued.)
Bought the Sun in the Morning and the Moon at Night; Wait 'Till
the Sun Shines, Nelson; and as a special bonus, the theme song
from the motion picture: Three in the Attica.
EDWARD KENNEDY SINGS -- By the Time I Get to Washington;
In the Year 2525; If You Could Read My Mind; Bridge Over ra E \i6&Wd tR e pe ak oa M Wtuo
Troubled Water.
WILBUR MILLS ON STAGE -- Running Bare; I Should Have
Danced All Night; Last Date; and this week only: a pinup of Wilbur The first of a series of-four act
with friends such as Jack Daniels, Jim Beam, and I.W. Harper. exhibitions is being shown in the
MEMORIES, BY THE GERALD FORD ORCHESTRA -- Battle library foyer. This opening
Hymn of the Republicans; Ain't That a Sham; The Beat Goes On; exhibition features the work of
and a special tribute number: The Night They Kicked Old Dickie-- Jerry Pinkney, one of America's
Down. more noted black illustrators.
THE FABULOUS MAYOR DALEY -- My Kind of Town; The The artist will be on campus for
Night Chicago Died; My Little Corner of the World; and as a limited a slide presentation and lecture
offer: free black jack with constitutional rights printed on the ead. at noon on February 12, in the '
-auditorium of Building 9.
THE VERY BEST OF HUBERT HUMPHREY -- (Blank record -- Pinkney currently lives and
but the picture on the cover's cute). works in Croton-on-Hudson, New
THE JOHN MITCHELL TRIO (featuring John Ehrlichman and York. From 1969-71 he was a
Bob Haldeman) -- Hush Hush Sweet Martha; The Sounds of designer for the Boston National
Silence; When She's Calling You; Those Were The Days. Center of Afro-American Artists.
SPIRO AGNEW (and the Household Word Singers) -- Stranger in During the same period he was
my Place; Why Not Me, Lord; It Ain't Me, Babe; plus his hit single B visiting critic for the Rhode Island
written especially for the press: I'll See You in My Dreams. School of Design.

DEAR EDITOR: ization in a news article. The final (same editorial as above), this Dear Editor: There is some basis for the
At the outset, let me say that summary paragraph of the action should. belief that the publication does
although I have some criticisms of article begins: "Bozeman sum- WHENEVER AN elected body This letter is a protest directed not adhere to these rules, existing
your article, I welcome the med up the position of the chooses to hide behind a wall of only to those whose failure to solely to sell its products. This is
interest the Halyard is showing in committee members who opposed secrecy while conducting public perform a duty to their students due to the existence of unethical
student matters. the resolution to the presidet..." business, it causes me to wonder led to a number of students being imitators.
THE MAJOR criticism I have is Besides Ms. Bozeman, the only what they are afraid their chosen for listing in the Who's We ask that, in the future,
that the Halyard was not other member to oppose the constituents'will find out. Who publication which was not publicity concerning nominations
interested enough to send a resolution was Mr. DeCicco, but a I urge the Halyard to delve into representative of the University for Who's Who shall be
reporter to the Dec. 13 SAC casual reading of the final this matter; your primary as a whole. To those students campus-wide with notices on
meeting, although one was paragraph may indicate a larger question should be, "What does with departments, clubs, advis- bulletin boards both within the
invited through the managing amount of opposition. the Constitution Committee want ors, etc., whose attention to duty buildings and without, that the
editor. This caused the Halyard to MY SECOND reason for to keep hidden from the people of enabled them to be selected, we Halyard be asked to publish
have to backtrack and use the writing is to call to your attention, the University?" offer our sincere congratulations, notice that nominations are being
minutes of the meeting as their and to the attention of the We are happy for them. made as far in advance as
only source once they found out university community, what took Most sincerely for open gov't; To those who, though equ possible, and that club presi-
something newsworthy occurred. place at the Jan. 14 meeting of JAMES M. GREEN To those who, though equally, dents, faculty advisors, deans and
By usometingthe minutes, which are the plaConstitution Committee (Dr. Student Activities Committee meriting the nomination, were professors disregard any adverse
By using the minutes, which are the Constitution CDr. Tom Mongar, Member(Dr. deprived of the opportunity to be personal feelings and give their
the repord-foters lostrd trahe cntext Bill Merwin, Der. Tom Mongar GA Constitution Committee considered, we offer condolences, students a chance to be
many of the comments were made Bozeman, Edith Schubert, Ward Member for many of them will have considered.
mBozeman, Edith Schubert.Ward graduated or will be otherwise Only through campus-wide
in. Hancock, and myself). By a vote Editor: ineligible for consideration next competition will the selection
On January 7 and 9, some three of six "ayes" to my "abstain" More complaints and unsatis- year. Though scholastic ability competitiontee be able to choose from
hours of interviews were the committee voted to use secret factory comments have been was only one of the criteria used those students who are represen-
conducted with Lenny Burns, Bill ballots at the discretion of the made concerning the campus for eligibility, only 20 of the 45 tativhose of the bests whiho are represen-
Medlin, and myself. During these chairperson, or at the request of bookstore. It's time someone said requests sent out from the Office taive offer. beswhich UNF has
interviews, we provided much any one committee member. something nice about it and really of Student Affairs were honored
background material which This committee, which, accord- meant it. by those who received them. The THELMA CRIBBS
placed the minutes in the context ing to the Halyard editorial on the I go in the bookstore many criteria are as follows: President, Psychology Club
of the long discussions that took SAC proposal will help "protect times just to go and browse- LEROY BROWN
place at the December SAC the rights of the people affected between classes or to look at the 1. Scholarship ability President, BSU
meeting. The Halyard chose to by government," has voted to merchandise that is displayed. 2. Participation and leader- DIANA ROBERTSON
ignore these interviews and quote cloak its decision making under a The employees are amiable and ship in academic and resident Political Science Club
only from the minutes, thus veil of secrecy. If anything should always attentive to the needs of extracurricular activities President, Political Science Club
depriving their readers the true "stun those General Assembly the studetits. 3. Citizenship and service to JAMES M. GREEN
context of what went on. members as well as other For once there is a bookstore the school President, UNF Democrats
My final point concerns an interested students who worked that has more to offer than books! 4. Potential for future NOLAN WILKERSON
indication of possible editorial- .for the self-governing plan" CHERYL A. GILL achievement President, Alpha Phi Omega

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SAC must fill vacancies C"w 8i6
By CONNIE HOFFMAN According to Mike Argento, Those members who resigned
Halyard Staff Writer assistant director of Student are: Ralph Decicco, who Sailing Club arty
The Student Activities Corn- Activities, having a student graduated; Helen Whitty, who
mittee lost three of its 15 election every time a member left for personal reasons; and Ila The UNF Sailing Club invites everyone to seafood and brew party
members during the first weeks resigns would not be practical and Beaudry, who is student teaching Saturday February 1, beginning at 6:00 p.m. Tickets and maps to
of this term. To fill these the appointing of students by this term. the party site in Orange Park are available from Linda Bates in the
vancancies, a special session of committee is the best approach Halyard office. Admission is $2.00 a person.
the committee is being held we now have. The function of the SAC is to
February 6. make decisions regarding the APO membership drive
At that time three students will All UNF students are eligible appropriations of money it
be appointed by the committee to for membership on the commit- receives from student tuitions. Alpha Phi Omega, National Service Fraternity, will have an open
replace those members who have tee. If they are interested, they Their budget is approved by the membership meeting for all students who wish to join or learn .more
left. should fill out the necessary form General Assembly, and this year about A-Phi-O, Sunday, Feb. 9, 1975, at 6:00 P.M. at the Library
In the past, 11 of the 15 provided by the committee and they received approximately conference room.
members were elected by the appear at the meeting on $100,000 to be used for the Applications for membership are being received in the student
student body and four were February 6. Each student will be benefit of all students. activities office in Buildin p 010a Ubeing
appointed by the presiding asked to make a general Portions of this money have activities office in Building 010, U.N.F.
committee members. However, statement regarding his or her been used for such things as the For further information contact President Nolan Wilkerson or
after the appointment/of these reasons for wanting to be a poolroom, television, gameand ice-president Lowell Lorbeer at 771-7403.
three new members, the count member. ping pong rooms, dances, Vice-president Lowell Lorbeer at 771-7403.
will stand as eight elected and Questions will then be asked by movies, bands that appear on Poet will speak on campus
seven appointed. the committee such as how much campus, intramural activities, Snodgrass will appear on the University of North
Each time a member resigns time the student will have and equipment checkout which lorida campus on February 27-28 to give two poetry readings.
and someone is appointed in his available for the committee; will includes 59 different pieces of Discussion periods will follow the readings.
place the students lose an elected he have, transportatiOn when equipment for use by students.
representative. needed for meetings and what are The Academic Enrichment and Skills center is sponsoring the
"Only one other time has it some things he'd like to see the The Student Activities commit- t in conjunction with its Annual Wiiting Contest.
happened that students were committee do. tee hopes that in the future more
appointed to replace members students will be aware of what Snodgrass has published two volumes of poetry, "After
and that was when the committee The remaining 12 members will they have-to offer and' will take experience" and "Heart's Needle", the book which won him a
was first formed," said Bill vote by secret ballot for the three advantage of the many activities ulitzer Prize in 1960. Now ready for distribution is his latest work,
Medlin. chairperson of the students they feel will be the that the committee has planned "In Radical Pursuit", a collection of essays.
committee. greatest asset to the committee. for their enjoyment.
New communications system
University of North Florida Physical Facilities has announced that
t* he SUNCOM communications system will replace the existing
Wats line system as of March 1, 1975.
A representative of Southern Bell will hold two conferences on
February 4, to explain the use of the new system. The first meeting
UNF has joined other colleges regular Army salaries and other UNF' Office of Acadwill take place at 9:30 a.m. and the second meeting will take place at
and universities in participating benefits. Affairs ce of Academic 10:30 a.m. in the Assembly room in Building Nine. All personnel
and universities in participating benefits: Affairs.
in a U.S. Army program called People qualifying for the are urged to attend.
Project Ahead. program are admitted to one of THE UNIVERSITY directs the Rho Epsilon inducts members
University officials have an- the participating institutions, soldier-student's study program
nounced that agreements with the which opens and maintains an on campus, or through education
Army have been completed to active record file on the student. offices at the Army installation. The UNF chapter of Rho Epsilon, the professional real estate
enable UNF to accept as The school assigns the student an fraternity, recently inducted eight local and state real estate
degre-seeking students, persons advisor on programs and courses Depending on policies of the professionals during the ceremonies at Strickland's Townhouse
who simultaneously enlist in the to be pursued, participating institution, part or Restaurant,
Army. ,After their service, the all of the credits earned by the
veterans are entitled to use their student will be accepted by the
Th Army pays 75 er G Bill benefits for up to 36 school appli toward a The professionals were joined by ten UNF students, who also
cent" of, all tuition costs for months of full-time study to degree. Credits for selected Army were ducted into the society.
courses completed by partici- complete their degree programs, school training or experience also
pants. The* students can earn Additional information on may be accepted, as well as those Nickerson speaks to psych club
three to four semesters of college Project Ahead is available from earned through the. College Level
credit while receiving their Army recruiting offices and Examination Program (CLEP). On Tuesday, January 14, Dr. Kenneth Nickerson gave a.lecture to
the Psychology Club on "Recent Trends in Psychotherapy." Dr.
Minor Chamblin spoke on Friday, January 24, on "Graduate
I Admission Procedures." On Tuesday, January 28, Dr, Jack Hartje
A IEN ION STUIS spoke.on "Mythology of Inner Causes".
532 -567 The next event on the Club calender is a program on hypnotism to
be presented by Dr. Johnny Arnette in the Auditorium at 12:15 on
STuesday, February 11. Everyone is invited to attend.
T B British films
The British Film Series, sponsored by the UNF Council of the
Arts and by Student Activities, will feature two films on Friday,
Immediate openings available n the 3-11pm and 11-7am shifts for: February 7, 7:45 p.m., in the Assembly Hall of Building 009. The
titles are "The Green Man" and "The Critic."

COMPUTER SORTER OPERATORS Theatre tickets available
C E K A W Atom f Students can obtain discount theatre tickets for Florida State
SETTLEM ENT CLERKS Theatres at $1.00 each and tickets for Eastern Federal Theatres for
$1.25 each at the UNF bookstore.

IBM PROOF OPERATORS 0 Barbershop singing

No experience necessary.The Barbershop Harmony Society will be meeting in Building 9,
Nmo experience necessary. the assembly room on Tuesday evenings at 7:30.

SFllI company benefits including college reimbursement. Sponsored by Student Activities, there are no requirements other
than an interest in barbershop singing.
.0 Please apply in person Mon. Fri. 9am-4pm. Any member of the campus community is welcome to join.
i Anyone interested should contact Dick Reisenger in Student
I r Riding course available

515 Julia Street Jacksonville, Florida UNF is now offering a course in English Horsemanship through
S the Division' of Continuing Education and Community Services.
The ten-week course includes, each week, one hour of riding and
j a half hour of applied instruction on care of horses and their
FEDERAL RESERVE: BANK The classes meet Wednesday afternoons, 4:30 to 6:00, January 22
Through March 26, 1975. They are taught by Ms. Linda Dickinson at
An Equal Opportunity Employer Greenfield Stables, 642 San Pablo Rd., Jacksonville Beach.
Any person wishing to enroll may obtain an application from the
L ...... .. Continuing Education office at UNF. The registration fee is $90.00.

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