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VOL. 2 NO. 8 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA FEBRUARY 12, 1975


*Admissions freeze lifted

*Fee increase considered

*Suggest $78 million cut next year



Regents cut budget $6.3 million

By FRANK STANFIELD then UNF and Florida Interna- Carpenter said that UNF could According to the contractor be replaced, since UNF will not
AND tional University would be cut back on some services for a sometimes such a condition have to pay for the replacement of
STEPHEN W. HOLLAND crippled. "UNF and FIU were year, but after a year enthusiasm corrects itself, but in the case of the roof.
just getting started and if you cut for the cutbacks would start to the Phase II buildings the
The Florida Board of Regents back to 1973-74 levels UNF wane. situation worsened.
has ended the moratorium on couldn't survive," he warned. CARIENTER said that hope-
student admissions; has ordered "I have enough confidence in IN AN unrelated development, The Contractor feels that it is fully the work to replace the roof
the state university system to our people that we could operate Carpenter disclosed that the roofs the fault of the manufacturer of will begin this Spring.
reduce its budget by $6.3 million; a year without increasing our on the Phase 11 buildings are not the materials and the manufactur-
and has suggested cutting budget. I don't know how much acceptable because the materials er feels it is the fault of the
another 78 million from its longer we could though," said which comprise the roof have contractor. The controversy must Phase II buildings include
1975-76 budget requests. Carpenter. bubbles in them. be resolved before the roofs can buildings 8, 9, 10 and the library.
The action came from the
February 3, meeting at Florida
Technological University in
Orlando.gica i in Fee chairman explains refund policy
The BOR discussed ways in
which 3.3 per cent of its budget
could be cut. By BONNIE JOSEPH advisor will certify to the "We spread it out as much as for 15 hours and then at sometime
REGENT MARSHALL Harris StaffWriter committee that a student was we can to give the student the during the quarter decides he
of Miami suggested cutting When we make mistakes, we poorly advised, that a student benefit of the doubt. In terms of wants to drop back past the
freshmen class admissions by 15 find a way to straighten them out, didn't have the pre-requisites for law--we're limited to those five add/drop period and only take 10
per cent, increasing student but when a student makes a a course or that he got into the reasons by the state of Florida. hours. He wants a partial refund
credit hour fees by approximately mistake, I'm afraid the student wrong course--we put that "One of the basic things which and there is no mechanism for
30 per cent, and increasing pays for it." According to Darwin underneath the big umbrella as happens with a certain amount of giving partial refunds.
productivity through larger class Coy, chairman, of the fee being an administrative error. regularity is the student enrolls CONTINUED ON PAGE 8
sizes. committee, this is what happens
University of North Florida when a student misses the
President Dr. Thomas G. deadline for obtaining a refund
Carpenter said, "It would not of fees.
surprise me to see an increase in According to Coy, "The basic ..
fees." Carpenter explained that problem is that when you pay
Chancellor Robert Mautz has your tuition, that money belongs
some reservations about the 30 to the state of Florida--not to u
percent increase, but "I am UNF, because we don't keep your
certain fees are going by," said money. To get it back, the state trpl
Mautz in a February 4 has set guidelines for refunds .
Times-Union story. which make it very difficult to get
the monev back."
THE FEE COMMITTEE con-
decide on the matter of fees at the THE FEE COMMITEE con
March 10 meeting at Pensacola. sisting of Darwin Coy, dean of
Marh 10 m g at P students, Betty Crippen, univer-
According to Carpenter student sity registrar. Mike Andreau, JN Fh~ iets at U{F
fees presently make up approxi- university comptroller and Meri-
mately 28 percent of the State dith Cason, secretary for the
University System's budget. committee, does three things. It
In response to the need for gives refunds of registration fees,
reducing the budget some refunds of the late fee or waiver of B centennial Com m ittee form ed
consideration is being given to the same, and gives waivers or
the possibility of going to a assigns the reinstatement fee to
semester system rather than the students.
present quarter system. The drop/add period at UNF U N F1 ans nro ectsV Or r
CARPENTER said in recent lasts one week and when as proje
discussions with State Education student misses the deadline, he
Commissioner Ralph Turlington may only drop a course and gain a
that Turlington talked in terms of refund only if his situation falls By MARCELLA PRICE Information Officer for the various departments and individ-
getting the budget for $10 to $12 under the criteria followed by the Staff Writer Bicentennial Commission of uals on campus.
million dollars below the 1975 fee committee. In lit le Florida, met with Burns and other HAROLD SNIDER. history
According to Carpenter some These criteria are: involuntary I a little lessthan a ear, when interested students to help them instructor, explained the value of
According to Carpenter some call to active military duty, death America begins to celebrate its plan its formation. such an endeavor: "America has
officials believe the budget of the student, ill ness of the birthday, UNF will year, but the
should be student of such duration or participating in the activities. Committee members include: 200th birthday is a special time o
levels. D stud e ch duration oDr. Thomas Carpenter, honorary celebration.
SCarpenter, who severity, as confirmed in writing UNF has its own Bicentennial Dresomas arenter honorary celebration.
i have spoken to Carpenter, who by a physician, that the Committee which plans to involve n aro er, chair- "We have many students on
H e on o te completion of the term is the campus community and the man; Lenny Burns, student campus who for various reasons
House Education Committee by precludedn o tdhe campus community and the coordinator; Ellyn Davenport, feel alienated toward America
pres time legistors a precluded, cancellation of the Jacksonville community in the member in charge of press and the American system. The
press time, legislators are course by the university or 1976 festivities. and the American system. The
concerned about how much can exceptional circumstances upon releases; and Mike Argento, bicentennial can bring people
affecting the efficiency of the approval by the president or his INTEREST IN this organization member back by showing them something
institutions. designates. began last July for committee about the greatness of America's
inttin UTHESE FIVE criteria have member Lenny Burns. The The committee has received past and what the future of
IF UNIVERSITIES were forced been widely interpreted by the committee itself did not take endorsement from Student Activi- America holds for all of us."
to go back, as some have committee, according to Coy. He shape until January when Ms. ties for possible project funding,
proposed, to the 1973-74 level, said, "We give back money if the Glenda Fulmer, UNF alumna and and vocal support has come from CONTINUED ON PAGE 5


9&id I)DJ cme ede...Pg. 2 SAC election...Pg. 5 Lwy useanrk...Pg. 7

aej4 _Inmate study...Pg. 3 EuiL~ ...Pg. 6 Absurd theatre...Pg. 8





Page 2 February 12, 1975 THE HALYARD
Building arrives early



rDay-care center work starts
History course signup solicited
College of education History majors interested in taking the Craft By MARCELLA PRICE ACCORDING TO Dean Darwin NO MATTER how the center
of History course during the Summer Quarter should inform Dr. Staff Writer Coy, consideration will be given starts out, modifications may be
of History course during the Summer Quarter should inform Dr. to persons with bachelor's necessary to meet future needs
Eaves of their wishes as soon as possible. Construction has begun on the to persons withearly childhood with availablery to mo ney. Accordingeeds
Child Care Center. The triple- degrees and early childhood with available money. According
ide relocatable building, order- training or experience. The board to Dean Coy, many decisions now
Expert to discuss special education last December, arrived a few will look internally first for are "big guesses."
weeks early and is being set up He stated that the Child Care
Dr. Jack Dinger, former president of the Council for Exceptional just north of Building 4. Provisions for food service, Center may be the closest thing
Children, will speak oncampus Thursday, February 20. e will The center's construction will liability insurance, and health UNF will have to a profit-making
discuss national problems related to special educationtake three to four weeks. service have yet to be completed. organization. "The center must
Plumbing and electrical wiring UNF's food service contract is be self-sustaining. It must
Yearbook staff workers needed hookups must be completed. A currently out for bids. The new generate its own dollars to
covered patio and a 4-foot chain supplier may be able to include maintain itself."
The Student Activities Committee needs volunteers to work on fence are also a part of the plan. If the child care facility in its
the 1975 "North Star" Yearbook and magazine. Meetings are held work proceeds as expected, the contract with the university. Operating hours for the center
each Friday noon in the Student Activities conference room in Bldg. center will open during the spring are not definite because usage of
10. quarter. Dean Coy explained that it may the 'center cannot be accurately
The Child Care Advisory Board be possible to make use of the determined. However, Dean Coy
Day Care director being sought meets each week to discuss center health facility already on campus, suggested that the hours may be
policies and future purchasing but a policy has not yet been 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. At first
The Personnel Department is accepting applications for the and hiring tasks. The hiring of a worked out. Insurance needs for the center will be open five days
position of Director of the Child Care Center. Qualifications are a director and two professional the center will also be examined per week. Saturday hours for
B.S. degree with certification in Early Childhood Education and workers is anticipated soon. by the board. weekend classes may come later.
three years of teaching experience at the pre-school level.

Awards director visits campus UNF Foundation elects officers
James Dennard, Florida state coordinator for the State Awards
program, visited the campus Tuesday, February 4 to address career The University of North lorida Jacksonville Community Rela- Clanzel T. Bron; Homer H.
service employees on the program, which pays career employees The University of North Florida Jacksonville Community Rela- Clanzel T. Brow n; Homer H.
service employees on the program, which pays career employees Foundation, Inc., installed offic- tions Commission; Tom Coonley, Humphries; J.J. Daniel; Roland
cash awards for ideas to improve efficiency. ers for 1975 during it annual area vice-president of Ivey's of S. Kennedy; Walter A Ketcham;
Meeting on campus Monday, Jacksonville; David Stein, presi- William D. Lovett; Frank D.
Library offers new collection January 27. dent of Burger King of Upchurch, Jr.; Harold J. Gibson;
Jacksonville; Mrs. Arnette Fayne Ray W. Markham; Thad M.
The campus library now has a revolving collection of current Officers elected included John of Fayne Realty; and Vince Moseley, M.D.; Mrs. Russell B.
fiction and popular non-fiction. The base inventory of two hundred S. Walters, executive editor of the Campbell, chief legal counsel for Newton, Jr.; the Honorable
books is kept current by the addition of 20 new titles each month. Florida Times-Union and Jack- Offshore Power Systems. Thomas J. Shave and Jack E.
sonville Journal-- president; and Ex-officio staff officers of the Snider, D.D.S.
Womens conference set Judson S. Whorton, vice-presi- foundation include Dr. George W. UNF President Thomas G.
dent and treasurer of American Corrick, UNF Dean of University Carpenter and Dr. Roy Lassiter,
The second annual Women in Management conference is being Heritage Life Insurance Co.--vice- Advancement--executive direct- Jr., UNF vice-preident and Dean
held in Gainesville, February 20-22. The UNF Department of president. or; Daniel M. Hoffman, UNF Jf Faculties, serve as ex-officio
Cooperative Education and Placement has registration information Director of Development and members of the board.
for persons interested in attending. The UNF Foundation Board of Almuni Services-exective ecre-
Trustees also recognized newly- tary; and Jim C. Haywood, UNF TeUN ound through
Bookstore continues 4-day week appointed members and re v i ce-president of Administrative its Volunteer Alumni Program,
a master plan of UNF Foundation Affairs--treasurer. has raised more than $100,000 for
activities for 1975. has raised more than $100,000 for
The UNF bookstore will continue its four-day workweek for the OTHER MEMBERS of the 1975 UNF student financial aid
remainder of the quarter as an economy device. The new hours are AMONG THE new members board are Mrs. Eleanor Ashby; programs since its establishment
8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday. are HughWilson, director of the the Honorable Lew Brantley; in 1971.
Propeller Club visits Blount Island
On Tuesday, January 28, a group of UNF business students saw
Jacksonville's shipping industry in action on a Propeller Club tour of
the Blount Island terminal of the Jacksonville Port Authority.
The visit was suggested by Bob Warren, a part-time UNF student
and an employee of a local steamship agent.

Scarritt rep will discuss careers I at
Miss Marilyn Crosby of Scarritt College, Nashville, Tennessee
will be on campus Wednesday, February 19, to discuss Scarritt's
graduate programs. She will also speak with interested students l Mtl t r iI ic
about careers in the church.
Scarritt College is a senior college and graduate school of the
United Methodist Church for the education of lay church workers.
Its graduate major programs include Christian Education, Christian
Life and Thought, Christian World Missions, Church and
Community and Evangelism.
For further information call Rev. Robert Thomason, campus
minister, at 744-3466.

Student teaching procedures noted
Applications for student teaching must be submitted one quarter
before the anticipated teaching quarter. Education students .
submitting applications must include transcripts, two pictures and
their advisor's signature.
Students may indicate their preferences of counties in which they A f o J
will teach. The choices are Clay, Nassau, St. Johns, and Duval
Counties.
No summer positions are available. O L )I
Placement services to be offered
The Association for School College University Staffing is
providing placement services for graduating education students.
They will be offered at the annual meeting of the American
Association of Colleges for Teacher Education in Chicago, February OpeAi 7 a7,. m I 0 p. .
26 through March 1. 1 I4 .WU I U p.WU.
Pre-registration information is available at the Office of
Cooperative Education and Placement. I a a
Seminar scheduled for ed students. Deact .
A career placement seminar for education students graduating in o. 641 t 17
June or August will be held in the Building 9 Assembly Room at S64-0 8
9:00 a.m., Monday, February 17. Representatives from personnel |
departments of participating schools will be present. i.llp.uI. I ilu unII uuIIII h nuumm mml mHHIImumannunuHMHfIHHmHhHIniIHIilHiIIIIIIIHilHiIIIIIIHI





THE HALYARD February 12, 1975 Page 3



Rasche, Foley study female inmates

By DOUG SHAVER or members of racial minorities, The Mayor's Advisory Com-
Production Manager into jobs which have traditionally mission on the Status of Women
been closed to them. sponsors hearings, seminars and
Two UNF professors are joining programs on the status of women
an official of the Jacksonville Dr. Rasche's project will begin in various aspects of life in
Urban League (JUL) to conduct a with a demographic survey of Jacksonville in order to advise the
B gostudy of female inmates of the female inmates. Demographic mayor's office in such matters.
Duval County Jail and the County information includes such items Dr. Rasche's committee has
S Prison Farm. as age, residence, marital status, begun its research project
and other basic statistical data. because almost nothing is now
4. Dr. Chris Rasche, assistant known about women in the justice
professor of sociology; and Dr. Other information to be system.
SLinda Foley, assistant professor gathered will include occupation-
of psychology, are organizing the al training and skills, previous THE COMMISSION, as she
study as part of a research project employment, and prospects for explained it, cannot advise the
for the Committee on Women and post-release employment. Dr. mayor about a subject on which
Criminal Justice. Rasche says the committee also there is not information.
The group is a subcommittee of hopes to find out what
the Mayor's Advisory Commis- recreational, educational or Dr.Rasche says assistants are
sion on the Status of Women. Dr. vocational-training programs are needed to help collect data.
Rasche is its chairperson. needed or desired by women in Students interest in sociological s
THE FIRST part of their project the jail and prison farm. research, or in just performing a
concerns women who go through useful civic duty, are being asked
co s w n wo go t h -to volunteer their time for the
the jail and prison farm. For this THIS COMMITTEE is conduct- project.
phase they will work with Ms. ing this study to prepare a report
Linnie Hilliard of the Urban to be presented to the Mayor's She stressed that there would
League. JUL needs some of the Commission in April. The report be no pay or academic credit for
same information which will be will discuss Women in the. county the work involved, but that it
gathered by Dr. Rasche's criminal .justice system, as would provide valuable exper-
committee. inmates and, Dr. Rasche hopes, ience in research.
JUL will use the data to help also as officials and employees.
develop their Industrial Skills Students wishing to participate .
SProgram. This program is an The criminal justice system can contact Dr. Rasche at the A
attempt to place certain cate- includes the police forces, court Department of Sociology by t k
gories of people, such as women system and penal institutions. calling 646-2758 or -2850.

Move in by 1988?


Scientists say space homesfeasible
By DOUG SHAVER natural science at UNF. Most of independent colonies, each inha- be provided by rotating the current rate of population growth.
Production Manager their presentation was a discus- bited by several thousand people. cylinders, so that centrifugal Rather, they say that it is
sion of "The Colonization of force would hold people and inevitable continuation of man's
The UNF Department of Space," an article published in THE FIRST model of O'Neill's objects against the walls. historic urge to develop and use
Natural Sciences presented a the September 1974 issue of proposal would support about new technologies, as well as his
ctureon space colonization at a physics 10000 people. Eachfollowing Acording to Bier and drive to go places where he has
Colloquium in Ihts o Natural model would be larger, with the Huebner, the structures could never been, and to settle new
Sciences" held Tuesday, January The author is Gerard K. O'Neill, fourth and last having a capacity contain a completely self-sustain- territories.
28. professor of physics at Princeton of 20 million. ing life support system. Oxygen
University. He has outlined a The space stations would be would be provided by vegetation. The technology already exists
The program was conducted by proposal for establishment of a cylindrical in shape, with Food would be provided by for the construction of space
Drs. Charles Bier and Jay series o of space stations to orbit inhabitants living on the inside farming. stations capable of supporting
Huebner, assistant professors of the earth as self-supporting surfaces Artificial gravity would human life for indefinite periods.
SOME STATIONS would be According to Huebner, it is also
SIlarge enough, they said, that economically feasible to begin
mountains could be built in them. such a project now.
TTE TI ON STUDE TS O'Neill, could provide recreation
ATTENTION STUDENTS such as camping and skiing. O'Neill estimates the cost of
A E IS DSrdft clsaod aping the first inhabit
Another purpose would be building the first model and
532 567 provide for the colonists a world transporting the first inhabitants
as nearly earthlike as possible. to it, at about $10.7 billion.
NSAccording to Huebner, the
Bier and Huebner discussed program could be financed by
some of the reasons for colonizing allocating only three percent of
oIQ space. In his article, O'Neill the current defense budget per
0, suggested the effort as, among year.
Immediate openigsavailable on the 3-11pm and 11-7a shifts for: other things, a solution to the
0, population problem. THE COST estimates are
SE based on a timetable according to
COMPUTER SORTER OPERATORS THE UNF PROFESSORS which the first model would be
disagreed, pointing out that the completed by 1988, the year that
stations could not be built fast O'Neill believes is the earliest
SETTLEMENT CLERKS enough to keep up with the possible completion date.

IBM PROOF OPERATORS Fla. universities get

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Full company benefits including college reimbursement. Florida's state universities' A new feature of the billing
Watts line for in-state long-dis- system is that the school is
SPlease apply in person Mon. am-4pm. tance telephone service will be charged only for every fifth call.
Please apply in person Mon. Fri. 9am-4pm.replaced March 1 by a However, the bill is computed on
direct-dialing system called the basis of five times the actual
SNO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. SUNCOM. length of the call. The four calls
preceding the one billed are not
counted.
With the Watts line, long-dis-
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the university switchboard, and
515 Julia Street Jacksonville Florida could be completed only to other
I state agencies also having a
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Workshops were conducted at service, and administrative
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SUNCOM and to explain the sity community.
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THE HALYARD February 12, 1975 Page 5
Lady groundskeeper likes.
/ a Bicentennial projects
being 'ust one f the guys' l pro c
B CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
By BONNIE JOSEPH
Halyard Staff Writer HER FIRST week and a half on Burns commented that the The project should begin July 1
the job was busy. She explained, projects which the committee is and publication is anticipated for
What is it like being the only "They put me in the shop and developing can give individuals June 30, 1976. The approximate
female on a groundskeeping crew taught me how all the lawn and groups on campus an cost of the project is $36,000, and
of twelve guys at UNF? According mowers run, how to change the opportunity to show what they it will be funded by UNF, local
to 20-year-old SharonJerrim, "It's spark plugs and the oil in them, think of America in their own groups, and the state. Proceeds
a lot of fun!" how to put the gas in, sharpen ways. from the sale of the book will go
Miss Jerrim says a friend of lawn mower blades, and into UNF's scholarship found-
Central generally familiarized me with all THE COMMITTEE is taking action.
hers was work at UCentd se the equipment before I actually steps to have UNF designated a on
Receiving at UNF, and she found went out and worked. Bicentennial Campus and is
out through him that there was a eeinntial rcfrom Other projects include art
groundskeeping job open. She seeking national recognition from,
thought she would enjoy working "They give me things that I'm the American Revolution Bicen- exhibits, lectures, workshops,
outside, so she decided to try to physically able to do; however, I tennial Administration. Support and
get the job. do some hard work, too. I dig with has been given by President BURNS EXPLAINED that the
the shovel, plant trees, and push Carpenter representing the uni- committee has several goals Not
MISS JERRIM, originally from the lawn mower, too." versity and by the local American only wil e h as s ral goal ot
Michigan, has lived in Florida : Bicentennial Commission. America's birthday celebration
America's birthday celebration
four years. She has lived at the SINCE SHE has been working and student involvement be
beaches a little over a year, and only since mid-November, she is
has been a waitress most of the still on probation. After six g They will submit an application stimulated by the activities, but
time months, she will be wearing a to the state Bicentennial community awareness of UNF
time. months, she will be wearing a Commission of Florida. This should be heightened.
"I really got tired of that and uniform. She said, "I had to buy Commission of Florida. Thiso P tiition b ll student
tired of working at night, so that's myself a pair of comfortable work application will be forwarded to Participation by all students
why I'm out here," she said. boots because I'm on my feet all the national committee. and groups is essential, according
day. That's something I had to to Burn. "Our potential is what
Asked if her application for the ealy t UNFs Bicetenal Committee we make it. He added that the
job was an expression of is currently developing projects Bicentennial celebration will give
replied, "I don't think of it as turned out really good and I get '. types of projects are under patriotism without seeming to be
liberation. At first, that's what all along with the guys real well. I'm consideration. "Heritage '76" fanatics
the guys thought, but now just another one of the guys projects focus on America's past;
they've come to accept it real pretty much -- but I do get to be' "Festival USA" will celebrate the "Everyone will be flag-wav-
well. They now know that I'm the center of attention most of the Bicentennial by events during ing," he said.
really serious about the job. time." 1976; and "Horizon '76" projects
will look at the future or will be Burns further emphasized that
reminders of 1976. no department or person should
NF requests traffic light study THE MAJOR project under concerning the projected activi-
Heritage '76" is a book on the ties. "We want warm bodies with
The Department of Transpor- daught, acting director of UNF's by a mechanism beneath the history of Jacksonville (1926-76). new ideas and opinions," he said.
station (DOT) has been asked to police department, said that his road's surface, or it might be a The book will be compiled by
determine if a traffic light is office is trying to convince the flashing caution light. Snider and will be based on 200 A Bicentennial hotline number
needed at UNF's St. Johns Bluff DOT that there is a definite need. There have been three or four interviews with people who have (646-2876) is in operation.
-Road entrance. "We keep telling them how accidents at UNF's entrance in made significant contributions to Anyone with questions, ideas, or
A check was made by the DOT dangerous that intersection can the last two years. A three-car Jacksonville's growth and others complaints is urged to call and
last year, and at that time, they be, but they make the final accident happened there one who have lived in Jacksonville talk with the committee mem-
decided that a light wasi not. .efgion,'~ he explained, rainy morning a few weeks ago. during the past 50 years. bers.
iftecessary. They dternie-edi '." .. Lt. Ridaught commented that
by recording the total amount of If a decision is made to install a he hoped the light would not be
traffic during a 24-hour period. A light, the work would be handled put off until after a bad accident. StudentA cti itiesCom m ittee
count is made of all traffic, not by DOT. UNF would not be "If the light would save one lifetA ti itiesCoittee
only cars entering the campus. involved in cost or installation. or keep even one person from
AS THE number of students on THE TYPE of light installed being seriously injured in an sele three ne e b
campus increases each quarter, could be like the one at FJC, accident, it would be worth it," selects t ree new m em bers
traffic increases too. Lt. Ri- South Campus, which is triggered he says.
By CONNIE HOFFMAN as a group. The majority chose to
Staff Writer speak before the committee and
place to Three new members were was asked to make a general
E Th Hd appointed to the Student statement as to why he or she
AE Atiitie o ittee st u wanted to be on the committee.
AV Th H al ard, Activities Committee last Thurs-
the un-bank day to fill vacancies left by
ga Editor and General Manager -- members who resigned at the After hearing the comments by
a great Assoc. Prof. WJ. Roch beginning of this term. the students, the committee,
place to comprised of 10 members, voted
borrow" Executive Editor -- Eleven students signed up for by secret ballot. The other two
bo ro/ Ron Feinberg potential membership on the members of the committee had to
r ^ committee; however, five with- attend a Constitution Committee
Managing Editor drew before Thursday's election. meeting. Mike Argento, assistant
Drew Brunson director of Student Activities,
Y o u r News Editor -- Stephen W. Holland The six students who appeared counted the votes.
Y o r before the committee were given
Editorial Page Editor--Frank Stanfield the choice by Bill Medlin, Those elected are Pradeep
Production Manager Doug Shaver chairperson of the committee, of Garg, Hope Smith and Pat Goff.
cred it u n io n Bu--ne Manager -- David Boik being interviewed individually or
Advertising Manager--Bill Hare ^ ^ fo"a ine n 4 4
Advertising Assstant -- Alice Wright f you w Iren ted 11n
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'The Halyard ELECT tONIC SudWEttLANCE ???
Editor and General Manager... Assoc. Prof. W.J. Roach Ab-Am n Be
Executive Editor... Ron Feinberg
Managing Editor... Drew Brunsort
Editorial Page Editor Frank Stanfield

Fee Committee

Needs Students 44AF

Students are being forced to pay for their RET f E EKSH
mistakes--literally.

Students have only one week to drop a course
without loosing the entire credit hour fee.

The only mechanism for students to get their
money refunded is the UNF Fee Committee
chaired by Dean Coy, and staffed by Betty -----
Crippen (UNF Registrar), Mike Andreau
(university comptroller), and Meredith Casson,
secretary for the committee. oll fa s o ed

The state dictates the criteria in which students
can be reimbursed for dropped courses. By DOUGSHAVER successful performance of their education. It is training.
Production Manager professional duties. Education is not the absorption
Present criteria for refunds include: No assumption is made in of information, although that
resent criteria for refunds includeSydne J. Harris, in preparing their curricula that tends to occur in the process.
involuntary call to active duty; death of the syndicated column published last some students may some day hold Education is intellectual growth:
student; illness of such a serious nature as to be month, offered some reflections government positions supervising learning what various kinds of
documented by a physician; cancellation of the on why the government is more those businesses they are now information mean; learning how
concerned with special private studying. to use information; learning how
l concerned with special private to use one's intelligence.
course by the university; r exceptional interests than the general AT THIS POINT Harris ends IF EDUCATIONreallybegan in
circumstances to be approved by the president or welfare. his discussion, but I would carry it grammar school, then students
his designate. Specifically he referred to the further. The situation is one could have a truly liberal
problems designate. Specifcally,re fergulartothe example of the afflictions our education by the time they
problem of regulatory agencies society must endure because of graduate from junior college.
Some colleges and universities give partial (such as Florida's Public Service its propensity for specialization.f gduat e fom junio coege
refunds, regardless of "criteria". Commission) which often seem Ou uu Wh they would even know how
primarily concerned with aiding, Our culture seems to insist that to write!
rather than policing, those the only things worth learning are Such a student would then be
The amount of funds refunded depends upon industries they are supposed to those relevant to one's chosen ready to specialize in his major
the length of time the student was enrolled in the be regulating. profession. UNF is fortunate without havingtobe disabusedof
have its Venture Studies without having tobe disabusedof
class. For example, a student who drops a class THE PROBLEM, suggests program but one's junior year is te tn thatnot else
too late to being diversifying matters i life. UNF would ~t
at mid-term can still receive one-half of his credit Harris, is in the need to place too late to begin diversifying ts i f udi
hour fees in refund. qualified people in these positions ones education. A student who i e wouits i[ vbeenfi lf
of authority--qualified meaning has made it through junior college by the we a stud ent t thee
knowledgeable in the matters without learning the value of by the time a student got there
The Florida state university system has no which they must oversee, knowledge outside his major is Persons so educated would
mechanism for refunding student fees after one not likely ever to become truly know how their professions
mechanism for refunding student fees after one A person who would regulate educated, related to the rest of society in
week has lapsed, except for the criteria already the insurance industry, for The Venture Studies philoso- ways other than economic. Should
mentioned. instance, should know more than phy needs to be applied they move into government, they
a little about insurance. Likewise, throughout our educational insti- would more easily be able to
Sone appointed to supervise oil tution. A liberal arts education expand their interests to consider
The UNF fee committee's integrity is not being companies ought to know should begin in grammar school, the general public interest.
challenged, but the absence of students or faculty something about all phases of and should be taught in a way BETTER STILL, if business
members on the committee is painfully obvious, their operations. that will sustain, rather than and industry were controlled by
instead administrative personnel who have a ONLY WITHIN an indusuffocate, children's natural people who were educated, rather
instead administrative personnel who have a ONLY WITHIN an industry curiosity about everything. than merely trained, we would
stake in collecting fees sit on the committee. does one learn enough about it to need no government regulation.
really understand it, usually. For THE IDEA that knowledge True education endows its
the last registration students pent some professions--insurance, for must be useful to be interesting is recipient with sufficient morality
During the last registration students spent example--one may get some not natural, but is instilled by our to preclude the grosser abuses
$506,596.13 on credit hour fees. It seems only fair preparation for college. But here society. Before they enter school, which have made free enterprises
that students should be amply represented on the we discover one of the major children like learning for its own so disreputable
committee since so much student money is at faults of higher education in our sake.Who canblame the entrepe-
ysociety. Most public schools, however, Who can blame the entrepe-
stake. are so run that learning becomes neur for caring only about profit if
As Harris points out, students drudgery. What's more, informa- his so-called education has given
Even though the state is suffering from a preparing for any profession learn tion is not intended to be him no reason to think otherwise?
Erven t hugh e s e is sufringf om a nothing of what might be called understood. It is only to be Many things in life matter
revenue deficiency, students should still be given "public service." They learn only memorized and periodically besides one's job. Educated
a fair opportunity to receive credit hour refunds, that which pertains to the recapitulated. This is not people know this.
after all, students are suffering from a money
squeeze too.

People must esteem selves

Re1uaed Paoking?
By ROBERT T. THOMASON THE PHENOMENAL success IN ITS ZEAL to convince
Campus Minister of Thomas Harris's bestseller persons of their need for God,
i MI'm OK--You're OK suggests that religion has sometimes perverted
Most persons I talk with about a great many of us need to be the central truth which it has to
Some personal problem have one reassured that we are valuable offer all persons.
characteristic in common--a and worthwhile human beings. We need to hear the authentic
feeling of low self-esteem or Perhaps we have heard too many religious words: that we are loved
Hl self-worth. From widely diverse times in too many ways. "You're that we are affirmed, that we are
life experiences, they have not OK. accepted just as we are, the good
developed similar feelings of We long to be affirmed by and the bad all wrapped up
inadequacy, of not being able to those most important to us so that together.
.. measure up to their expectations we can affirm and accept Those words need to penetrate
of themselves or to demands ourselves, through the layers of bad feelings
others have laid upon them. we have about ourselves to


Feel that something is fundamen- frequently, its message has been ourselves viewing those whose
S,. tally wrong with them as human distorted to sound like "You're lives touch ours as persons of
,beings. not OK." value and worth, too.





THE HALYARD February 12, 1975 Page 7


9idfebpi a eaewkei biKdo

Feul keep uceeded &tse eeawickfeeUK

By J.M. PERRY, Ph.D.
Chairman, Dept. of Economics i
The American economy is currently in the midst of the worst pui ", *
recession since the end of World War II. Consumer spending is low,
business inventories are excessive, and several of our most By RICKY CREWS
important industries, including automobiles and construction, are Staff Columnist
operating at far less than capacity.
Recently I decided to do some research at the UNF Library in its
Unemployment has reached 7.1 percent of the national labor force. Certain areas, such as Detroit's unique periodical section. I will never do that again.
inner city, find one of every three workers jobless. Some friends of mine had once attempted research into past
issues of magazines at UNF, and warned me not to go into the
JACKSONVILLE HAS suffered less than most other cities her size, largely because of the strong role periodical section. They told me of students being confused to the
government and service industries play in her growth. Local unemployment is still less than six percent, point of insanity, and even said that the library was haunted.
and would be even lower were it not for a depressed construction sector and such unforeseen Nevertheless, I attempted to use the resources.
complications as the slowdown in OPS activities. Once inside, I jotted down a number of magazine articles from the
Readers Guide. As that went normally enough, I proceeded to get
Recovery for both Jacksonville and the national economy can be expected to begin around the middle of the call numbers of those magazines.
the year, as excess inventories are worked off, inflation moderates even more, and interest rates fall to UNSUSPECTING, I wrote down the call numbers of -the
reasonable levels, magazines that I needed from a big green book that looked like a
computer print-out. They ranged from AP2.T37 to HCI01.C47.E.
Before full recovery, however, unemployment will worsen in cities such as Detroit and Pittsburgh, as er rtr confusing, but I figured that I could handle that
well as on the West Coast. By October a definite uptrend will be established. Recovery will come on They were rather confusing, but I figured that I could handle that
schedule even in the absence of government programs, part of it. However, I did think it strange that one particular
magazine had three different call numbers and they didn't even look
INDEED, RECOVERY may come in spite of government programs, since the set of proposals advanced alike. completely, not one
by President Ford either have long-term impacts than can strengthen inflationary tendencies in 1976, or of the magazines I wanted was on the shelves. They were not in the
have little ability to improve conditions in 1975. microfilm section either. This I couldn't figure out, because
The tax rebate, if and when it occurs, will have minimal stimulatory impacts this year. If coupled with a according to the big green book they were supposed to be there.
downward scaling of personal tax rates, it could strengthen inflation next year. I APPROACHED a young lady who was employed by the library
to help people, and told her that I was confused. She didn't seem at
The oil import tax will clearly raise costs in more than 50 industries, raise prices by as much as two all surprised.
percent, and act as a rather regressive tax. There are more equitable ways of weaning us from oil. "Why is it," I asked, "that a lot of magazines are in that green
book with the call numbers listed, but aren't on the shelves? Why
OTHER PROPOSALS, such as the extension of unemployment benefits and the raising of investment do you have so many collections of magazines with five or six years
tax credits, can be helpful. But the overall program has little to recommend it economically. not stocked?
"Wouldn't it be easier if the microfilm was listed in alphabetical
A complicating problem is the projected $85 billion deficit for the next biennium. It must be financed in order, so a person wouldn't have to go through all the trouble of
open capital markets, and could conceivably force long-term interest rates up again, slowing our recovery finding call numbers in the green book that don't exist on the
as a consequence, microfilm?
She then began to explain some of the things to me. I vaguely
The end is nevertheless in sight. Our economy has served us well for 370 years, bearing up under remember something about the Library of Congress System instead
worse policies than those currently proposed. By this time next year, economic conditions should be of Dewey somebody or other. She told of document sections, call
nearing normal. numbers not yet stocked and magazines sent away to be bound and
not yet returned.
THE ROOM was spinning by now. It was as though I was losing
my grip. I could feel myself slipping away, as scenes from the
Exorcist shot through my mind. She was still throwing numbers at
u me: X31953.267....089895L.0708...12345:.....'couldn't allow her to
ITW W eT W eget the best of me.
"Actually," I said, trying to regain my composure as best I could,
POLL "at my library we always use the Elmo Kilroy Metric Fabrication
CCORDING ToS f1t USN FHow O N FOL Process of Elimination. In other words, the sequence of
iECEaNT GALLUP esl HE MOST SitI It4~W ESI AT documentation initiates with C620-751..895A, then precedes to
S -TE FACTOR WAS BEEN k OT OFQ to XYZ.1011-75%, in a linear fashion.
9o t. ~tE TO t- PT. r A AA If an analytical mutation is exempted in the calibration, then the
ARSG[O IS N U tT DO8 CUIT r OS sum of the last four digits in column A are subtracted up to the sum
ON 5tlSE CV"E.R'A R4e. 4A AOLY of the rector and the decimal means of two strokes by column B,
N TlNALL TERE u C AFr TE THEOE which by the way you only get to pick one from."
lcAVE EEN SHOtLL ET 1N I l SHE STARED at me blankly. As I backed toward the door, I
ort 4F!T I continued, "All the magazines that aren't on the shelves are listed
ILS A foiTrm E MC Don in congruence with the microfilm that isn't in the boxes and only
AUSE j Iarticles that don't exist are listed with the first number of the call
number first."
S SWhen I made it to the door I ran.
It was a long time before I could bring myself to look up a
10 periodical in a library again. Even then, I did it at the public library
or at FJC.



_________--Lette--________----_----------



EDITOR: EDITOR: They know that Central and one Associate Dean finds it EDITOR:
The University of North Florida We read the article in the Duplicating Services charges the necessary to have most of his In reference to the article
The University of North Flor ida We read the article the academic departments for every- department's work done off concerning Intramural Champion-
needs a shelter for bikes and HALYARD in which Ward thing that is run through that campus. ( Ed. Note: According to ships in the January 15 Halyard:
motorcycles. Hancock leveled the blameand the cost is high because our information this was a special
duplicating problems at the they only use the most expensive educational project being done We of the Grounds Department
Many cyclists, myself included, secretaries of UNF, which was types of duplicating whereas the through the secondary schools.) were very glad to be asked to
want to ride their bikes to school very unfortunate, mimeo and xerox and ditto would There are experts in duplicat- participate in the activities stated
but don't because of the Blame, if there must be blame serve professors needs just as ing and printing in some of the above, and would also like to
unpredictable weather and its for wanting your work done well and at a much cheaper rate. university instructional depart- thank the people who were
hazardous effects on the efficiently and effectively, should ments -- even they have not been responsible for the article and its
motorcycles. With a shelter to be leveled at professors and secretary who works in their consulted about the types of being printed.
protect the bikes from the wind administrators who freely request secretary who works in their c consulted about sathe types of being printed.
and rain there would be a definite duplicating services of various department will care enough to- services most satisfactory to
and ra there would be a definite duplicating services of various that the work is done in time professors. Thank you very much.
increase in the number of people types from the secretaries. see that the work is done in time professors. Thank you very much.
riding motorcycles and bicycles to IF MR. HANCOCK is really to meet the classroom (or Why, Mr. Hancock? Grounds Department--
school. interested in serving the departmental) needs -- Central DR. EVELYN BRUNSON
This could serve many University -- of which the major Duplicating Services could never DR. STEVEN M. DELUE R. VINCENT
purposes: conserve gasoline and part is instructional -- he should be expected to care about the DR. TERRY R. TABOR K. POCOCK
the money that would otherwise conduct a needs assessment from individual needs within a DR. BRUCE A. GUTKNECHT LESLIE SMITH I
be spent on gasoline; make the professors' point of view. department. DR. EARL CHEEK DENNIS MASON
coming to and going from school a Now, most professors may not That they do not care is obvious DR. DONALD P. KAUCHAK DON METHVIN
little more enjoyable; and most know costs of one method or -- we know of no professor who DR. BETTY FLINCHUM ROBERT GUY
importantly, protect these vehicl- another, but they do know how has even been consulted during DR. JAY S. HUEBNER ROBERT SMITH
es from possible damage by the rapidly they need material the last three years, even though MS. L.U. FOLEY STEVE SMITH
weather and automobiles. duplicated, whether it needs to be some of us have undoubtedly MS. MARY D'ZAMKA R.L. GRAESSLE
of top quality or if a lesser quality been thorns in the side of the MR. ANTONIO S. CHARLES HAYWARD
DAVID R. ANDERSON will do. Duplicating Service personnel, VASCONCELLOS BERT ROUNTREE





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Fee chairman explains refunds Fae
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
"We give back money incapacitating illness to mean this receive a late fee refund, Pachori nominated t panel
sometiines when it's the wildest isn't the student herself, but it although signs are posted all over I
interpretation of the university affects her as if it were her. campus as reminders for Satya S. Pachori, Department of Languages and Literature, was
some of the decisions we make. students.
"THE COMMITTEE'S hands "THERE ARE TIMES students. recently nominated to a panel of judges by the St. Augustine
are tied. We can make decisions we're terribly sympathetic. We're Jaycees to evaluate and judge a number of candidates, selected by
within the scope of these rules quite cre t ful and te're vr According to Coy, "If a student local groups and organizations, for two awards: an Outstanding
and sometimes, very honestly, we conscientiousin doing this. I feel turns in a petition (obtained from Young Citizen Award and an Outstanding Young Teacher Award.
and sometimes, very honestly, we conscientious in doing this. I feel Finance and Accounting) for a
stick our necks out pretty far in that one of themain things I have refund of fees on Thursday he'll Charles attends workshop
cancelling a course, a student's to do in dealing with so many refund of feve an answer by the followingarles attends workshop
illness, or that someone's hundreds of students is to be fair: have an answer by the following
graillnes r that someone's hundeds of student to be f Monday--he won't have to wait Charles Charles, Department of Fine Arts, participated last
grandmother had gotten sick and Asked about the late fee, Coy forever for it. month in the Professional Workshop, co-sponsored by the
they had to go home and take care said, "Unfortunately, from my Jacksonville Art Museum and the Ringling Museumat Sarasota.
of her. perspective, the late registration Charles also attended the Annual Art Faculty Exhibition with UNF
"However, most people who fee of $25.00 is a form of "WE THEN SEND out painting majors at the University of Florida.
request refunds have extremely punishment for the student who individual letters to students as to TV
legitimate reasons for doing so didn't do what he was supposed when the committee meets telling Perry appears on TV
and it's very difficult to say no to to do within a specific framework them what the decision has been
some of them." of time. and to expect it back or not. We Dr. Joseph M. Perry, associate professor of economics, appeared
some of them. of time. and to expect it back or not. We on the January 18 "Centre 4" program of WJXT, Channel 4. He
ACCORDING TO Betty Crip. "It means programming you in also invite students to re-peti- onc the January 18 "Centre 4" program of WJT, Channel 4. He
pen money was recently refunded classes after formal rules have tion." discussed the upcoming 1975 Outlook Conference and the Regional
to a student in a music course been sent to the computer the Input-Output Model being developed.
because her professor said he had first time, going to extra work to Betty Crippen said, "The Pr group meeting
misread her transcriptand didn't get where you're supposed to be, committee does thebest it can Problem-olving group meeting
realize she had already taken the and it requires extra manual and must have facts to support Dr. Lewis Newman, assistant professor of sociology, announces
labor. any requests. Frequently the
course. laborr any requests. reqeny the that a problem-solving rap group is meeting each Wednesday
'Weh e s w ai "BUT THE STUDENT is not student will not share enough afternoon from 12:15 to 2:15 in Room 1351, Bldg. 10.
"We had one student who said really paying for that--he's paying information with you and will noternoonrom 1 o
he was out of town and missed the a penalty for not complying with realize this until you deny them. Holt article featured
deadline. This is insufficient the regulations as they're set They then call and explain what
because it doesn't fall under any forth." happened--something they failed An article by Dr. Dennis Holt, assistant professor of education,
of the categories under which we to tell us before, and this does was selected as the feature article for the Winter 1974 issue of the
can give a refund. If the student The late registration fee is paid change it." "Council for Research in Music Education Bulletin." Its title is
had been out of town due to by the student before he registers "Competency Based Music Teacher Education: Is Systematic
illness in the hospital and had if this is initiated after the close of Coy added, "Students must Accountability Worth the Effort?"
sent a doctor's statement simply regular registration. If the fees pay for their own mistakes, but
stating that he was under a are paid after the close of that when we make mistakes, we pay Huebner to address convention
physicians care, then we could period they are added on to the for ours in terms of slaps from the
get his money back. student's regular tuition cost and state auditor. He's basically there Dr. Jay Huebner, assistant professor of natural sciences, was
"In the case of the mother is sent to Tallahassee. If the to see that you enforce your own scheduled to present a colloquium on "Photo-Electric Effects in
whose child becomes incapacitat- student has a legitimate reason procedures. We try to enforce Bilayer Membranes" on campus February 11. He will present the
ed, we have stretched the for registering late, he will them as best we can." same lecture at the Bio-Physical Society Convention in Philadelphia
on February 19.
New theatre group plans debut White attends conference
Dr. Ellis Floyd White, Dean of the College of Education, attended
a conference on International Education aboard.the S.S. "Universe
The newly-formed UNF The- All the plays ridicule, through and March 1 at 8:00 p.m, in the Campus", at Port Everglades, Florida, from January 31 through
atre Society will be presenting its exaggeration, some aspect of life library T.V. lounge. February 2.
first production this month. The such as language, communica- lih d
show, "An Evening in Theatre of tion, family relations, love, the Bunch article to be published
the Absurd," is composed of four business world, or death. This production is free to Dr. Barbara Bunch, assistant professor of psychoogy, and Dona
one-act plays: "The Bald students and the public. The new r ara Bunch, a assistant poess6 sychored and Dona
Soprano," "The Sandbox," "The The production is directed by group hopes to gain support of Zahra, graduate student in counseling, have co-authored an article
Loveliest Afternoon of the Year," UNF student Bill Kroner and will the university and the communi- entitled "Death, A Psychosocial Process: We Haven't Learned the
and "Interview." be presented February 21, 22 ty. Role." It has been accepted for publication in the "American
SJournal of Nursing."



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