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Schedule for summer courses-sect.B












Vol. 1 No. 9 University of North Florida Jacksonville, Florida Wednesday, May 15, 1974



Mongarsuggests changes for GeneralAssembly

BY SYLVIA O'DELL BY SLYVIA O'DELL
cThe General Assembly met While the General Assembly
May 2 at Sandalwood High wrestles with the problem of
School. Dr. Roy Lassiter, maintaining its organization,
chairman, brought to the substantial powers over univer-
attention of the Assembly: sity policy of necessity move to
S e the Academic, Administrative,
1. Other hs been no reply from and Executive Councils, none of
the Chancellor concerning the which is accountable to the
University of North Florida Assembly.
nursing program. i The Support Service Commit-
2. The United Way Fund has tee was created a year ago to
T he United Way Fund has monitor the quality of various
presented the Award of Excell- campus services with a view
ence to UNF for the third year. toward improving them. Its
toward improving them. Its
members were elected in the Fall.
3. THERE WILL BE a visiting Yet despite inferior food service,
committee on campus May 21-24 high prices in the bookstore, and
to examine and appraise UNF for numerous deficiencies in other
possible accreditation December, support services, the committee
1974. The committee will be has never met.
composed of members from the THESE VIEWS are part of a
Southern Association of Colleges memorandum sent to the
and Schools (SACS). A report will Constitution Committee by Dr.
be written and sent to UNF Thomas Mongar, chairman of the
following the C oImittee's visit. department of political science.
The decision *1 tbe announced Stating his observations on the
by SACS. UNF is the first shortcomings of the Assembly,
institution to ask for simultnaeous Mongar believes student mem-
accreditation for both undergrad- o M bers are apathetic toward the
uate and graduate programs. Assembly and its committees. A
study of rolls of the last three
4. Dr. Richard Kipp, chairman"- meetings reveals an average
of the cRntittioh n committee student attendance rate of only 17
of the constitution committee, per mc...
Tper cent.
gave a report of the committee's Without an incentive to
progress. As the committee has participate the students will
Dr. Thomas Mongar's memoran- a" o-.-. -' proble the stteents wile
Dr. Thomas Mongar's memoran- continue to boycott the Assembly.
dum on why the Assembly is The only incentive that appears to
ineffective, Mongar asked if any interest students is a student
action has been considered government with general powers
concerning his suggestions. over student activities
Mongar proposed that the o ste epo es
smonby g sd the t c m tthe y The evolution of a "faculty
Assembly guide the committee by caucus" which has met twice this
debating alternate governing staff photo by Don Renshaw caucus which hasmetwice this
means and then present the The tent goes up for UNF's first theatre production "The Visit." see page 9-A quarter indicates faculty discon-
suggestions to the constitution faculty who attend the Assembly
committee faculty who attend the Assembly
om e.U ton do so because of a contractual
It was decided to put this obligation.
It was decided to put this UNF archers compete in tourney ONLY TWO GROUPS, Stu-
debra l cm the agenda for future dents and faculty, have powers to
BY NORM LENO, JR. UNF coaches, Jessie Curtis and But, he also had to agree with share in the legislative powers of
5. THE STUDENT ACTIVITIES Danny Morang were impressed Gardner that most of the the university. Career service
budget of $109,364.93 was The University of North Florida with the team's showing competition was the best he had employees and administrative
adopted.The amounts for Health (UNF) Archery Team placed considering that it has only been ever seen. and professional staff are
Services, Newspaper, and Child eleventh in the mixed competition in existence for about 6 months. The team entered the competi- governed by state regulations set
Care Center have been left blank at the United States Inter- "T WAS THE TOUGHEST ionwith the hopes of winning the in Tallahassee.
as bugt for ths areas ar not crW Thus, career service and
as budgets for these areas are not collegiate Archery Tournament competition I have ever seen," big one and as a team they all administrative and professional
.finalized at present. Uier stated archer Claude Gardner, "WE SET OUR HOPES too staff help decide summer faculty
University.feeling a little disappointed that high." stated team captain Cary compensation policy and the
Sr There were over forty teams the team didn't do better. Williams. Cary didn't do as well expenditure of the student
Campus calendar from colleges throughout the in the competition as he has done activity fee, but neither faculty
nation competing for honors in Richard Kilbride, who had a in the past so he was naturally e students have a voice in
May 16 the event which is the last outdoor very good week-end, said, "We dissatisfied with he was natuperformance. determination of career service in
Campus Concert at the Boat- event on this years competition were beating guys that we have dissatisfied with his performance determination of career service
house. schedule. never been able to beat before." see page 23B compensation policy or the
operating regulations of admini-
TEotrative and professional staff.
MayTHE UNF'S MEN'S team t24, 2 thitent ......... ~ .. Mongar is extremely interested
"The Visit" UNF production at 8 place in the men's ~.". ,':.," '::.' in getting something done which
under Visit "BUNprodutig n T 8 competition and the woman .'."' .. will satisfy the various groups
p.m. n the B OP.. team finished fourteenth. which are part of UNF. Chairman
May 20-22 '.. of the Constitution Committee
Chess tournament-Sign up at Claude Gardner, Richard year, heh-as sympathy for the
Student Activities. Kilbride, and Terry Fehers, -;. .i,.,.pr; oilem the committee is faced
members of the UNF team, ... ... wi.th.
May 20-23 scored better rounds than they ...:. .:b'd .T.,HE POBLEM,. ,..tng..,,:.. ,,,ai,, o.:
Video showings, had inprevious competition. As form of government which will
interest students, faculty, career
Coming individuals, they were pleased '. .sude edfst, je tFia.,..., ..;., .,,,.:.. .*.. iPa,..g1B. service employees and admini-
June 9 with their success but felt that ... strative and professional staff, is
UNF Open House-family day. they should have done better to 5o'. e r....r y....., .... p Page2 unique because no other
help the overall team effort. institution has this total involve-
....... see pag SA




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yHot


THE HIYflRD Huge fines notan error
contacted through the mail.
"A bill for $229.75 for one book UNF CONTROLLER Mike
overdue at the library! Must be a Andreu and his cashier, Merideth
computer error!" This remark Cason, explained the method
was overheard in the halls of UNF currently used for collection is not
as the mail cart pulled away working as each day the
leaving one startled reader in a indebtedness is growing.
state of shock.
SbIs it possible to run up library Similarly, the collection of
fines to this fantastic amount? parking and traffic fines has
Yes ---- at UNF. begun to be a problem. In a
recent report covering the period
The fact is that many readers Sept. through March, it was
and library visitors have bills noted that of 1,220 citations on
higher than the one in question. campus, 527 were paid, 231 were
Collecting the fines is a real voided and 462 remain unpaid.
battle and the Finance and
Accounting department is trying Each citation is for a
to find a solution. non-moving violation, that is
A SUMMARY of fines parking in a prohibited area, or
outstanding for the 1973-74' failure to obtain a registration
school year (as of May 3) revealed decal.
a total of $5,230.07. Of this figure The moving citations are
S -- which is for 189 books -- three automatically sent to Duval
books have over $100 fines, while County courts for collection. The
30 books have fines from $50 to unpaid citations can be recorded
$100. The remaining books have in the office of Motor Vehicle and
l fines from $1. to $S0. licenses in Tallahassee and would
Each indebtedness can cause a hinder the issuing of a current
-. mountain of paper work for the driver's license if the fee was not
library and the university as well paid.
Mebrs but when it is added to the list of TOe s m
Members Id the mi rteae. and grounds departments towhom "bad" checks and uncollected TO IMPROVE the system of
the bridge i dedleated. traffic citations, the Finance and collections, a new policy for
AIstudent receivables has been
Thanl to Maintenance 2Men Accounting department must
anks th oM pMenseek outside assistance in- their approved by the Executivep s

Sple te period of 18 months total 186 in the Committee offers the
Indian Heart Bridge completeowing recommendation
M Number and S7,419.89 in amount. following recommendations:
BY DORIS MANUKIAN was completed that provides In appreciation for the great Ofthat amount$1,124.81 is still A.INDEB NESS OF MORE
access to the "Indian Heart effort put into this project, the uncollected. THAN $5hen a U.N.F. student
Island."This bridge named Physical Facilities Committee Most checks are taken care of fails and refuses to satisfy an
living t o Un aIsland.",hisbridge, named a the ot leocern to Physical Fa iltes to the Univerttee, of
Driving in to University of "Indian Heart Bridge," was decided to place a palgue at the through a system of letters to the indebtedness to the University of
North Florida's (UNF) main originally scheduled to be put up entrance to the bridge, offering a writer and the time allowed for $SS. or more the following actions
entrance, a large, beautiful lake by an outside construction poem titled "The Bridge collection is about 14 days. Staff will betaken:
on the right hand side copes into compatly; yet it was, eventually, Blilde' dicatp. to the and faculty em rs are treated 1. The stude's transcript
view, provided one can take one's built by UNF's Building Mainten- Building Manitenance Departm- slightly-0 4 :ah can be wi not bereleased. (This action
eyes offthe meandering road long ance Department with much ent and the Grounds Depart- reached through administrative
enough. A second glance shows support from the Grounds mert. [see page 24 B] Ia"e page 24 B]
an even more pleasing sight--an Department.
island, looking like a bright green
spot on an artist's palette, right in ALTHOUGH BIDS were recei-
the middle of the peaceful lake. ved for building the bridge ,they
The lake, named Oneida after ranged from a high of $16,00 to a
UNF President Carpenter's wife; low of $9,480 which was still way
was the first of several man-made above the $5,100 allocated for its
lakes completed on campus. It construction.
covers 20 acres and-has a depth of
16 feet. The reason for'being the Bostwick then approached his
first lake to be dugout, was the Bostwick then approached his
huge quantity of fill received from maintenance crew and they
it which was needed to complete considered the job a real C
entrance road. challenge. The Facilities Com-
thelong entrance road. mittee, headed by Carpenter,
THE LITTLE ISLAND, nestled approved the project, and so the -
so attractively in the lake's center Maintenance Dept. with help
is two acres in size. It was named from the Ground Dept. began the
"Indian Heart Island" by Mr. T. task. It was a real joint effort
W. Bostwick, director-of physical since construction equipment was
facilities, because the lake itself lacking and much of the work,
resembles the shape of a heart. especially heavy lifting, had to be
done by hahd.
many students, upon passing Adone by hahd. Summer Spring tm 1975
this charming scenery, have The statistics of the completed 74 to te
wondered and longed to reach bridge are as follows: It is 158 feet next 20issues only
this little bit of land; but unless long -and seven feet wide. The n
they contemplated swimming crew spent 531 manhours at an
across, there seemed to be no way average hourly labor rate of $3.
to gain admission in this idyllic The total labor racost came to
spot. $1,593. -he total material cost
Now the problem has been was $3,555, coming to only a tiny o HA
eliminated. On May 1, a bridge amount above the total allocation. I want a subscriptuon to THE HALYARD.

Registration index My check for *5, is enclosed.
Academic Calendar ................................................. Page B-4 NAM ......----.........-.....--.......... ................................................
Class Schedule Request Form: Sample ........................ Page B-3
Course Listing by Department ............................ Page B-9-13
CourseListing by Time Block ............................... Page B-15-18 Al
Final Examination Schedule for Summer, 1974 ............. Page B-20 E ....................................... ..............................
Footnote Key ...................................... ....... Page B-19 R..
Instructor Identification Codes ...................... ............Page B-14
Registration Instructions .......................................... Page B-3 .. .................................................
Statement of Costs ........................................ Page B-4
Statement of Refund ........................... .....................,Page B-5
Time Block Pattern ................. ............... ......... Page B-2
Venture Study Program ............ ................Page B-6-8



UN F summer course schedule inside




Phge. M$y 18 ri4 iH 14fHYAI~b
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION

(If not currently enrolled at UNF)

Each individual who wishes to take a course at UNF must file either an
Application for Admission to a degree program or a non-degree Registration
Request Form. The ,forms are available from the Director of Admissions,
University of North Florida, Telephone Number 646-2620.

Since UNF is an Upper Level Institution, applicants are expected to have
successfully completed two years of college work. Applicants who have
degrees from other four-year colleges may be considered for graduate
study in Business Administration and in Education.

THE DUE DATE FOR APPLICATIONS FOR ADMISSION TO A DEGREE PROGRAM FOR THE
SUMMER QUARTER IS MAY 20.

Non-Degree Registration Requests will be accepted and processed until
4 p.m., Friday, June 21.

UNF SCHEDULE PATTERN


MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

7:30 7:30 8:50 7:30 9:35 1 2 1
8:00 1 J 1
8:30 _

9:00 9:0010:20
9:30
10:00 9:45 1:50

1. 0030 10:30 11:i50 5 5
:11:00 5, 5
11:30

12:00 12:00 1:20 7

1:00
1:30 1:30 2:50 1:30 3:35 6 9 6 9
2:00 .9.
2:30
3:00 3:00 4:201


5:30
4:00 3:45 8:50

430 4:30 5:50 1 3



6:30 oo801 5 : 8:051,1O 15 10
7:00
7:30
8:00 _________

8:30 8:15 10:20 7 8:151:2012. 17 1 2
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:30 _____

U -
Saturday classes will be coded as time-block 20.
Classes will be cancelled for meetings of General Assembly





THE HALYARD May 15. 1974 Page 3A

Equal Rights Amendment Pr Insane pastimes
and
SCon What next?
BY BECKY GAGER
A government of men ERA is unnecessary BY BECKY GAGER
BY DAN DYE ever, let me make it indubitably BY DALE CLIFFORD myself somewhat at a loss, since I Sooner or later a generation is
1 fail to see any reason why it bound to come along which finds
John Marshall, perhaps our cear that I generally favor those On the eve of the bicentennial should not be passed y no amusement in faddish,
greatest chief justice, said in a things intended by the of the American Revolution, it ridiculous pursuits, descriptively
far-reaching decision over a proposed eal ghts amend would be a terrible mistake for us makes explicit what some nicknamed "doing your own
century and a half ago, "let us not meant which recently failed in the to become so caught up in opponents claim is already thing.
forget that this is a constitution Florida state legislature, but
that we are expoundin." which will doubtless become the honoring the past that we ignore implicit in the Constitution: that I
(McCullock vs. Md.) A const- law of the land. These "things the limitations of our ancestors men and women are equal in the I the ast tes so-called
tion, Marshall suggested, should basically score what "demo- and the problems that are still eyes of the law, and that no one's crazes ded sg gold
containponly basic and fundamen- cracy" is all about and fall well ith us. rights shall be infringed on the fsh, making raids on girls
tal lIw. It should create a general within the rubric of equal basis of sex. Why make that dormitories, squeezing an un-
framework for government, protection, due process, and. WHEN THE Founding Fathers statement explicit? Because we usually great number of kids --
simultaneously allowing the privileges and immunities guar- got around to consolidating and are not governed by the the more the better -- into a single
legislature to establish the details anteed by the U.S. Constitution. institutionalizing the gains of the Constitution alone telephone, booth, and drinking
and specifics. It should not be a My basic objection to the ERA, Revolution, they also institutiona- keg after keg of beer on Friday
document subject to the "passing then, is not one of substance. My lized their own prejudices. The THE CONSTITUTION cannot nights, continuing well into the
whims of man", Justice Cardoz concern instead lies in the Constitution made provisions for protect the rights of all Americans wee hours of Saturday morning.
subsequently reiterated. procedural nature of the proposal the existence of slavery, for if the human beings who interpret The examples ge on, and on...
FORTUNATELY, at the federal itself. We simply do not need a example. It also ignored another it do not view all people as equal.
level, we have generally followed constitutional amendment to group that had contributed to the And since its inception the POSSIBLY the most extreme
Marshall's advice. The U.S. achieve equal rights. The fifth making of the new nation: Constitution has not been physical display of an attention-
Constitution contains approxima- and fotirteenth amendments women, interpreted to mean that women attracting mania is the current act
tely 6,500 words, has been unequivocally guarantee to all have equal rights as citizens, nor of streaking. Unfortunately, more
amended only 26 times--five U.S. citizens those "things Despite Abigail Adams' gentle is it so interpreted today. Even so is involved than putting silver
within the past two decades--and contained in the proposed ERA. suggestions to her husband, the basic a right as woman suffrage streaks of coloring throughout a
has endured for almost two In addition,the nineteenth future second president of the required a hundred years of person's hairy head Streaking in
centuries. By contrast, Georgia amendment and similar arnti- U.S., the framers of the struggle and a Constitutional the 1974 sense gets back to the
completely revised her constitu- discrima rt disi s reh Constitution did not include amendment. basics with nature...human
tion in 1949, paring downing its ea an cou r t decisions whi women in their loft political nature, that is, since what is
tor, augment these laws render the
needless rhetoric, removing ERA unnecessary, perhaps even considerations. Court battles have removed closer to man's most natural state
archaic and unapplicable sec- ERA unnecessaryperhaps even C of the more glaring than being naturally nude? Yes,
tions, and generally bringing the undesirable. TRUE, THEY did not say that dsimitiof s e mao glaring this is streaking's highlight.
document "up-to-date." A quar- THE ERA, I think, was women could not vote; but women discrmiCations against women,
ter of a century later, she has proposed in the hopeand belief allowed to vote, and l and the Civil Rights Act of 1964 of onlookers is
quedte rhe os o h women should not endur were not allowed to vote, and late hn kA sizeable crowd of onlookers is
acquired the rather dubious honor thatin the 19th century several overswomen, than to a Dixie necessary for a successful
of possessing the most lengthlf those legal "hardships" in quest Congressman who hoped to a
all state constitutions--more than of their equal rights which have women went to jail for trying to Congrdefeat the bill by adding sex reeak-in, as by now definses -
500,000 words. (An ordinary plagued the blacks and other cast ballots. It was a condition of defeat the bil by addin sex reain a better word --itselfnas
minority groups in this country entrance .to statehood for Utah equality to it. But these are mere
college textbook contains approxi- minority groups in thi countrywom suffrage drops in the bucket when one running in the buff. California
mately 120000 words. Other i considers that literally thousands college kids claim credit as having
state constitutions cnt erin constitutional amendment is not from its aws. conof state and loc al laws continue to uncovered it, and the gimmick
state constitutions contain As of state and local laws continue to uncovered it, and the gimmick
"few" as 30,000 words.) the answer. Unt it a e THE CONSTITUTION also did sanction discrimination on the gains publicity day-by-day.
"few" as 30,000 words.) not say that women must be basis of sex.
WE OBVIOUSLY have not Constitution is unable to ot say that women must be basis of sex.WHAT
followed Marshall's advice at the guarantee and protect the equal under the tutelage of men, that WOULD IT NOT be much Stre s n harm
state level. And, our disregard is rights of afl human beings in this their legal existence is subsumed easier, and more, in line with nor offense. There is no immoral
readily apparent. We have placed country, I strongly suggest that' in that of their niale protectors or what we now conceive to be the intention involved; would it be
things in our state constitutions we refrain from tinkering with the guardians; it did not say that principles of our society, if we ay different if all its followers
ranging from establishing speed fundamental law of' the land women must e paid less than simply made that portion of the are nursdifferent if all its followaper-clad
limits in "left over shoe county" simply to pacify or placate. men; it did not say that women Constitution explicit? youngsters? What matters is ta
tospecifying the plumbing for the Special interest groups have must meet more strigent youngest h ere is a new kid on the blockat
"kitchen sink" in the governor's n kid on the blck,
mankitchesion. They, liked in the governors tedalways here-to-fore, with but, one requirements in order to establish The proposed amendment is far well, running around the block,
m ansion. They, likeding th e x-rated infamous exception, lobbied for businesses, to acquire 'loans, to from frivolous; it is short and to briefly, which offers a new means
Steward, "leave nothing to the special laws, not constitutional. enter colleges, universities and the point. If ours were a for letting one's self go. Whether
Steward, "leave nothing to the amendments. Let's do the same professional schools; it did not
imagination '. They show it all." government of words, not men, or not streaking is the answer
This quest for specfity, say that women cannot determine the ERA might be unnecessary, depends on the individual's idea
This quest for specificity, which TO REITERATE. briefly, our the family's place of domicile or since the original text of the of letting himself go.
perhaps originated with Kant and U.S. Consttutiosbas endured for directthe education of children; it Constitution males no mention ofg
Hume and has characterized almost 200 years, not solely direc nt prohibitwomen, 11 Constitution makes no mention of
Hume and has characterized almost 200 years, not solely did not; prohibit women from males or females. But in practice THE FUTURE always is
society since, could easily lead to because it embraces a few great becoming doctors, firemen, the menwho have interpreted the hopeful, unpredictable but
similar problems at the federal ideas and ideals, butbecause it policemen or presidents, or from Constittion have interpreted judging from the past, what lies
level. Constitutional assimilation was not designed to be and has Clem points, Constitution have created a judging from the past, what lies
level. Constitutional ssimilation was not become a depoto be d has playing Little League baseball. reality that must now be faced. It ahead for choices' of insane
collects a real possibility because, notbecome depoassing times. But ofthese things, and many took a hundred years to eliminate pastimes is destined to be even
sovereign. Now we are being The 26th amendment was more, have been and still are slavery and another hundred more outrageous than the
once again and ask our leslators egal point of view. (Oregon vs. against women in the United blacks were recognized. How booth, and keg party business.
once again and ask our legislators legalpoint of view. (Oregon vs. States. blacks were recognized. How ca
to ratify the proposed Equal Mitchell) Let's not repeat, our tat much longer must women wait? But the latest breaking craze
Rights Amendment, ERA-- mistake and clutter our constitu- THREFORE WHEN asked leaves nothing to a person's
Number 27. tion with "things" which can be why the Equal Rights Amend- Hopefully, we have the sense to imagination. Is there really much
FROM THE OUTSET, how- better handled by routine laws. ment should be passed, I find learn from past injustices. further to go?


Letters to the editor
pervades "Unlicensed Women" journalistic courage which en- he is capable. Once he has
Spoof takes stance? may not always catch the is attributable to the author, Mr. velops both the article and THE declared his stance, he is
intensely subtle, but is it not Spisaki find such an explanation HALYARD'S statement of policy, compelled to act accordingly,
Dear Editor, possible that we can see the to be beyond belief. "The It would seem to me that one even if .his actions involve
blatantly owious without editorial Reader's Page" of THE HAL- cannot be both a raging liberal "innuendo, poor taste, or
direction? YARD clearly states: "Material and a milk-toast coward, at least harassment,': These responsibili-
"Unlicensed Women could Having invented the ridiculous that is libelous, or that is guilty of not concommitantly, that if he ties are particularly applicable to
have been an amusing editorial Mr. Spoof, who can be attacked harassment, innuendo, half-truth believes his position on any issue the journalist; and if they seem to
on a political opponent of the safely if ineffectively, the author or poor taste will not be to be in the least significant, he be founded on excessive idealism,
ERA; as it turned out, however, then attempts to protect himself accepted." Truly libelous ma- should stateshould state that let it so be. A free press is quite
the article proved not only to be a still further with the statement: trial is obviously hot to be position with all the clarity, an idealistic thing.
satire on itself but a very "An unreliable source close to published even by a free press, consistency, and honesty of which CAROL POLLARD
disturbing comment on the Senator Spoof was reported to but the terms "harassment,
editorial policy of THE HAL- have said that the Senator, upon innuendo, half-truth, poor taste" The Reader's Page
YARD. hearing of, the arrest, was are dangerously vague. Uncon-
Mr. Spisak begins by present- pleased." Here, of course, we cerned with this ambiguity, THE
ing us with a vivid description of have a contradiction of the whole HALYARD, with its rigidly The Halyard Invites contribu- to have the most interest to
modern wowen bent on establish- satire. According to the source, defined and primly stated tions from all Halyard readers for HALYARD readscp, THE HAL-
ing her equality; when describing Spoof was pleased. The source is criteria, has established stand- this "Reader's Page". Students, YARD reserves the right to edit,
the villain, however, he seems to unreliable; and the conclusion is ards sufficiently high to exclude faculty, career personnel, staff-- revise, or reject any copy.
retreat, to soften his tone, almost obvious to anyone, regardless of the editorials of David Brinkley all are eligible to contribute. The Deadline for contributions for
to apologize for having taken a whether or not he has taken Logic (who could not speak without topic may be of your choosing the "Reader's Page" for the next
stand. The anonymous legislator 101. Mr. Spoof, who is already innuendo), Walter Kronkite, Dan but must be typewritten, issue is: TUESDAY, May 7.
is referredto neither by name nor once removed from the real Rather or any other reporter who double-spaced. Material that is
by some recognizable pseudonym target, may very well not have would be embarrassed (in fact, libelous, or that is guilty of Send or bring the copy to THE
but as "State Senator Sam been pleased at all. But it is of no scandalized) to set up and harassment, Innuendo, half-truth HALYARD office Room 2207,
Spoof," a reference which I find real consequence, since Spoofs senselessly attack a straw man. or poor taste will not be accepted. Bldg. 8, or Room 1361, Bldg. 3. if
appalling. Is the reader presumed identity has been carefully Preference will be given those you send the article, include vour
to be a complete head of cabbage concealed. The condescension inherent in who have not previously appeared name, home or business address i
which must be told that a spoof is the creation of Mr. Spoof is on the "Reader's Page" and and telephone number for
a spoof? Such condescension will Although I would like to believe certainly offensive. Much more those subjects which are deemed verification.
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CBE defended Watergate

Competency based ed limitless Z


BY DR. EVELYN BRUNSON The competency approach involved in the Symbionese I a y S i
Assistant Professor Education would require Dr. Delue to take Liberation Army making? In the interest of preserving what has become an American
the learning goal as he stated as
Ede le ing l as t a t e wtated a institution we present a Watergate trivia quiz, designed to test your
Educatrs re being asked to .the ability to create with theirmemory and try your patience. Since it habecome popular to refer
be accountable--currently in the minds cultures that advance the Of course, extremes are only
context of competency based prospects for a humane survival dramatic. It is by the extreme, to anyone mentioning Watergate as either a Nixon-hater or a bore,
education Since education is of mankind" and to how how he however, that education is usually the name Watergate has been deleted.
supported by tax revenues, those plans to help the student reach judged. I am positive that there 1. President Nixon's chief adversary in the (fill in the blank) affair
paying taxes and those respon- that goal and how he would know has been a tremendous amount of is:
sible for the disbursement of such, that he had been successful. In good, solid teaching in the arts a) John Dean
monies have every right to ask for doing so, it would, of course, and sciences as I think there has b) Alger Hiss.
an accounting. Apparently the necessitate intermediate learning been in every field. We surely can c) Checkers the dog.
state of our society at local, state, goals, some of which would recognize that not all teachers can d) His conscience.
and national levels is revealing a undoubtedly indude specific facts be strong and not all will be weak.
and national levels is revealing a und knowledge. But, if teachers If a strong public school system is 2. In the edited transcripts produced by the White House on the
tharodut causes distress to those at an nolevel reallys.kn what the to survive, however, the weak now famous March 21 meeting there are 54 passages marked
financing education, and teachers ae trying to teah, they shoulder must be removed from the "unintelligible" during -a nine-minute conversation. This proves
financing education, and teachers a pah t so et classroom--we cannot afford the conclusively that:
have been unable to show just able to explain it. Some educators classroom--we cannot afford the conclusively that:
cause that such distress should seem to fear that competent cost of their inability to teach a) John Dean is lyin
not be felt.. based education will standardize b) Richard Nixon is lying.
learning. There are two possible c) Everything coming from the White House is unintelligible.
COMPEENCY BASEDeduca- ending t andaize FOR THAT REASON, strong d) (Expletive deleted).
tion is limitless if properly e e area with broad general teachers will not see competency 3. Those transcripts also indicate that the President is, in reality:
given area with broad general based education as a threat--they
applied. It can be limited only by competency statemeHts, and (2) will see it as a challenge to gain a) Wishy-washy.
the limitations of those attempt- standardize every item to be recognition of their contribution b) Wishy-washy.
ing to implement it. It does not included in a particular area to society--a challen to "delimit c) Wishy-washy
a od ame- the exclusion of any other items. their course content, to define it 4. President Nixon often referred to Ehrlichman and Halderman
work of a module as described by -, t E c -
Dr. Delue in the May 1 issue of in precise terms, and to explain as:
THE HALYARD. A module is the measurement of learning a) His closest advisors.
only one application in one phase The first meaning souldnotbe whether that be by observation, b) The dynamic duo.
of thfor it merely defines the performance testing, oral dis- c) Those nice men who always gave me things to sign.
teacher to explain in writing what course constraints. The second cussion, written tests of some d) Who?
he is expecting the students to mee ture, or other criteria as may be 5 The White House tapes are not being turned over on grounds
achieve,-how he plans to he could possibly be ant eventual applicable. .
them achieve the learning outcome; but, if you understandSecurity.
them achieve the learning goals, competency based, education, it a) National Security.
and how he and the student will competency) Confidentiality.
kandow the an the goals ent wl hardly seems logical to assume To understand mpetency ) Fithy language.
reached that outcome at this point. based education requires course
Standardization of that extentis work or in-service study. That 6. Before making any speeches concerning (blank) the P:esident
not inherent in the request to- teachers .hgve need to be firstspoke with:
A module is not necessarily an state in writing what the teacher concerned about the time
individualized learning package-- plans to teach, the way the limitations to develop under- a) John Mitchell.
it is a guide that may send the teaching is to occur, and how he standing of competency based b) Billy Graham.
student into academic research, will know that. he has been education before agreeing to c) Everyone but Ron Zeigler.
action research, use of guest successful. implement it will not be d) A burning bush.
lecturers, films group participa- challenged--but given the time 7. Watergate oops, is:
tion, or any other direction that and the necessary support, I a A uili in W n n D.
might help the student gain the ...N cannot but be positive about the b) A building in San Cemente, -C.
mkn he the st dent gaindthe I QUESTION the success of b) A building in San ClementeM CAL
knowledge, the insight, under- I Qthe success of future- of competency based
standing, or conceptual frame- many arts and sciences teachers education. c) A building in Camp Davi, Md.
work for decision-making as may to have achieved the worthy goal, d) An invention of the liberal press.
be appropriate and applicable to stated by Dr. Delue, in the past 8. Overall, Mr. Nixon handled the entire affair:
the area of study. just as I question the success of
many business teachers to have SHOULD IT not stand the test a) Not bad.
achieved that same worthy goal of time, then let us hope that we b) Not good.
Broadly implemented, com- as measured by their products in can again be flexible enough to c) Like a ten year old who wet his bed.
petency based education could society of today. What advance- turn from the old and start a new 9. The scandal demonstrates that:
replace the very structured ment to humane culture have the search for a better way; but, let it
classroom and the current college graduates involved in the be determined not on the basis of a) Most politicians will compromise the good of the electorate
course-by-course curriculum with Watergate affair made? What emotion, but upon the basis of for their own ends.
modules of work. The student and advancement in humane culture experience through academic and b) All of the above.
his advisor would discuss the are the recent college graduates action research; (For answers, turn to funny pages.)
competencies needed to equip
him in his field of study. The
modules, and, when proficient -Ce e -
through either experience or arria g BGo=| und-
study, could prove his compe-
tence. Thus, while one student A play in one scene for two characters. (The stage is set as a SHE: Did I say that?
might be able, to prove modern bedroon. The time is 7:30 a.m. As the curtains open, HE HE: You early want an argument this morning, don't you
competency in: two weeks, enters from stage left, putting on a shirt. SHE is making the bed aty an
another might need two months; stage right and continues throughout the scene.) SHE: Am I arguing?
but neither is held back or unduly SHE: Honey, better tie your shoes. HE: I can tell when you're spoiling for a fight.
rushed. Each achieves compe- HE: You don't have to tell me. You're not my mother. I know SHE: I didn't now.
tency within the guidelines of the my shoes aren't tied. SHE: I didn't now.
module but "' t an individuall SHE: I didn't know you knew. I don't always know when you HE: Now you know.
pace--far from nein~g a lock-step, know.
static process. HE: Now you know. My mother never did. So don't tell me how SHE: Now I know. I'll watch it.
to get dressed i the morning.
Competency based education et dressed the morning.
can be applied to specific facts SHE: I wasn't doing that. I was just trying to help. HE: Which tie?
and knowledge, such as how HE: Don't help. I'm a grown man. I can dress myself now. SHE: Are you asking for my help?
many members are in Congress; ,
but it can also be used-to help the SHE: Never again. (Aside) Even if you trip and break a leg.
student develop the ability to HE: Yeah, I'm asking for your help.
solve a problem with the HE: (A deleted expletive as he steps on his untied shoelace and
application of appropriate points almost falls.) (After a short silence--) Which of these ties should I SHE: The green one. "
of logic based upon the wear with this shirt?
knowledge and understanding he SHE. I'm sorry but I can't help you. You are pn your own -- now HE: Thank you, very much. That's all I wanted in the first
may have gained in other study. that I know. place. (Another, short expletive as he trips again on his shoelace.) I
THE DIFFERENCE between HE: Come on.Don't get cute. I don't have time. Which tie? don't like the green one. I think I'll wear this paisley one.
the use of the competency SHE: Wear all five. Save the important decisions for later. SHE: Glad I could help.
approach anci the traditional HE: Stop that, okay? Which one?
approach a describedStop that okay? which one? HE:' Look. I'm sorry. I'm running late, that's all.
Delue is that in the competency SHE: You're right. Five ties would look a little busy. Try just
approach those steps for judging three. SHE: I'm sorry, too.
whether the logic has been HE: A real wiseass. I'm going to wear this pink one you despise HE I have to go e'you tonight.
properly applied are stated in so much. HE: I have to go. See you tonight.
writing as opposed to a
completely subjective evaluation SHE: You're a grown man. You just said so. You'll be able to SHE: Honey, your shoes aren't tied.
by the professor who may vary his handle the. jokes and ridicule with grace and maturity..
opinion from paper to paper and HE: Now, listen -- I can dress myself..... (Lights dim, fade out
student tn student, HE: What do you mean "key? You think this tie is funny? as action continues...)





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ACADEMIC CALENDAR

Summer Quarter 1974

1974

May 20 Monday, 4 p.m. Last day to submit application for
admission for Degree Program for
Summer- Quarter.*
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from the University and receive any
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from the Universityi.
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August 23 Friday, 10 a.m. All grades due in Student Records Office.
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A. Initial Application for Admission or Registration fe nosu undabe). ...$15

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1. Registration Fee and Tuition.

SA. For students registering forless than
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Graduate (per quarter hour) .,.. ...... $ 20 $ 47
Undergraduate (per quarter hour)......... 16 43
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quarter hours (credit or non-credit)
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June 21. This fee is also charged when the check is '-
submitted within the time limit but is returned by the
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**Item applicable to both Florida residents and non-Florida residents.

PAYMENT OF FEES

Registration fees are due, by mail or in person, by 7 p.m. on Monday, June 24.
If fees are being submitted by mail, they must be received in the Cashier's
Office by Monday, June 24. Fee payments may be made in advance of final
complete registration. A student is eligible for a full refund of fees if he
submits withdrawal form to the Student Records Office no later than 4 p.m.,
Friday, June 21.

ALL students regardless of the means by which their fees are to be paid,
(including loans, grants, and deferments), MUST complete a transaction
in the Cashier's Office by the close of business on Monday, June 24 or
Registration will be cancelled.

LATE.PAYMENT OF FEES: Any fees paid after Friday, June 21 MUST be
accompanied by the additional late fee of $25.00. Late fees will be
accepted through Monday, June 24.

NO Registration fees may be accepted after June 24 and NO refunds will be
made after Friday, June 21.






THE HALYARD May 15, 1974 Page 5A
Report from Tallahassee

The Open University: pro or con

BY JOHN THOMSON served by traditional education on number of people needing a
Special Correspondent the part of the colleges and program like the open university
universities "is not a question of would be equal to 10 to 15 per
Is an "open university" needed desire, it's a question of cent of the current total college
in Florida? Some senators and strategy." He said he is not sure enrollment. In Florida, that would
representatives think so. The an open university is the right amount to 20 to 40 thousand "
Board of Regents (BOR) staff strategy and suggests conducting potential students. These stu-
thinks not. The Division of a statewide feasibility study of dents, he added, would typically
Community Colleges top officials, determine the need for such a "feel some kind of alienation"
while taking no position, think it plan. when confronted with traditional
may be unnecessary. education and would often fall
Claims that the colleges and into four categories: Housewives,
If any of four bills proposing it universities already serve the seniors citizens, second career
are passed into law, the "Florida need "are a lot of hogwash" said (mostly retired military) and
Open University" will become the Dr. Robert Froemke, legislative minorities.
state's tenth baccalaureate analyst for the House minority
degree granting institution. It office, who drafted one of the Parker said the state university
would be the ubiquitous one bills. He said a BOR-promoted system does not "reject the open ,
however, the one without a feasibility study would "kill it for university concept out of hand"
campus. sure." A few years ago, he said, but feels it first must be justified
the Florida Bar Association was as a need alternative. Florida, he- "-
Patterned after the famous lobbying against a proposed law added, is already considered a s
British school of the same name, school. The Board commissioned leader in innovative higher
the Open University has come to the Bar Association to conduct a education. According to SUS
the U.S. in various Americanized feasibility study. The result was figures, the state's community -
forms over the past few years -as predictable, he said. colleges are within commuting
part of the nationwide trend distance of 99 per cent of the
toward non-traditional education, FROEMKE SAID the inspira- population. State University
as one method in a proliferation of tion for the proposal came fromt facilities are within commuting
"external", off-camput, indepen- the successful Empire State distance of 95 per cent of the
dent and adult degree programs.
ACCORDING TO the sponsors, ( I ZT II
the Open University would be T H E F LO I A staff photo by Don Renshaw
designed to serve those people

traditionalcampus-based institu- LATUREWin rs get awards
tion. Doing away with the familiar
classroom situation, instruction
would be through the combined College in New York, which population. Also, an administra- A boxed lunch turned into a acknowledged that the contest
use of learning centers, various began in 1971, but that there has tor with the British Open banquet as the winners of the first added another dimension to the
public facilities (including col- been legislative interest in the University, upon observing Flo- annual Writing Contest were venture studies concept by
leges and universities) and, most idea for five years. He said New rida's educational programs, said presented their awards, Thurs. encouraging student participation
importantly, television. Studying York has an elaborate educational it appeared the state had no need May 9. outside their major.
would be partly independent and system with many options prior to of the concept, Parker said.
done primarily at home. The only creating an open university and The event took on the flavor of In presenting the third place
central facilities would be an still determined there was a need. But there is a certain appeal to dignity and tradition as each award to Ms. Bea Schemer,
administrative headquarters. The state now has both an open the open university. Said Vice winner was introduced. Dr. psychology major, Ash observed
university and an external degree Chancellor Philip Ashler, Thomas Carpenter, president of that the winners represented
The State University System program. "People are enamored with the UNF, extended his appreciation three different departments,
(SUS) has been promoting idea a housewife can turn on the to Ms. Joan Evans, director of the literature, psychology and art.
non-traditional studies in the Based on a study conducted in boob tube and learn calculus. It academic skills center, for the The third place award was for
universities and there are at least New York, YFroemke said, -the just doesn't work that way." event. He presented James D. $25.
28 programs now offering Hunter, first prize winner and
off-campus delivery systems, said recent UNF graduate in literature Three other winners, Randall
Dr. Pal Parke rector of v rnmnt with a certificate and a check for H. Wilsey, John Trifiletti and
university-wide programs for the tU 5 $100. McFadden A. Newell each
Board of Regents. He said both certificate oei Dr. Els Whitei
the SUS and community colleges certificate from Dr. Ellis White,
have been successful in tang the Dr. Roy L. assiter vice-presi- dean of college of education, Dr.
institutions into the communities *M W W dent of UNF, expressed his pride James Parrish, dean of the,
and that reaching people not in the many entrants in the college of business and Dr.
.TALLAHASSEE--Student govern This condition contrasts sharp- contest.He stated that the Darwin O. Coy, dean of student
Co mittee studies ments are rapidly losing their ly with the smaller state under-graduate at UNF was affairs respectively.
influence. In Florida, this is most universities. At Florida Techno- important and the caliber of work
tt p* pronounced at the state's three logical University, an eight entered in the contest was an Ms. Evans explainedplans for
attit es on pot largest universities, where the member committee, with four example of the talent within the displaying the winners works in
drop in effective budgetary student members, handles the student body. He presented the the library would give the UNF
The Florida Junior College influence over activity and service budget for all the fees. second place winner, Jeffrey community opportunity to share
Student Government Association fees is as much as 85 per cent The University of West Faulkner, literature major, a the talents of all the winners. She
(FJCSGA) created a committeeto within three years. Florida's Student Council certificate and a check for S50. also expressed her appreciation to
study marijuana attitudes on the The situation faced by the appointed financial committee the winners for the caliber of their
state's college campuses during sate's student governments is budgets the entire amount which, Dr. Willard 0. Ash,deanof the work and its influence on the
its spring convention here last this: The University of Florida SG according to SG Vice-President college of arts and sciences, future of the contest.
week (April 25-27). allocates $4.00 of A & S money, Carl Proehl, is uniformly accepted
down from $5.20 three years ago. by the administration. M ngar *ffe s m edi
The six-member committee It was higher before that. The The University of North Florida IVIolly r OIerS rellelieS
was formed to avoid a convention University of South Florida SG has no student government and cont'd from page 1 involved ini areas u aren't
floor fight over whether the group influences only $2.24, down froln allocates its A & S fees through a pe involved in areas you aren't
should endorse the removal of budgeting all of it four years agb. 234-member General Assembly in ment concept as far as Mongar interested in."
criminal penalties for possession Florida State University SG is at a which students occupy 74 knows. It is a community idea
of pot. The membership will new low,$31.10,- down from positions. Dr. Darwin Coy, dean with everyone equal. The constitution as it now
include one representative from allocating all the fees five years of students at UNF, said the exists will self-destruct on
each of the five state districts, ago. school does nt look upon the With e presJanuary 1975. Indifference
At Florida Atlantic University, money as "student" funds, but Mongar feels thereis a diffusion unless support is given to the
A statement issued by FJCSGA the SG's share is $12.50, rather as the activity and service of interests. "You're forced to be constitution committee.
said the committee's charge is not following automatic deductions of portion of the overall budget
to determine how many students $10.00 for the university center picture.
smoke pot, but "Will attempt to and $12.50 for the health center. Aronofsky said he feels.control
measure the attitudes concerning It is for this reason Florida over A & S fees would restore
the removal or lessening of StateUniversity Student Govern- needed influence and respect in
criminal penalties for possession meant President David Aronofsky student governments. I'm just
of small amounts of marijuana." convinced Senator Jack Gordon tired of hearing student govern-
The statement claimed national (D-Miami Beach) to sponsor a bill ments being laughed at. Any time .
statistics show at least 65 per cent (SB 1004) to provide "minimum students start laughing at a
of college students smoke funding" for student govern- legitimate form of government,
marijuana. ments (SG) in the State University it's going to carry on into the
Sys tem. That funding woud bversity future and they will laugh at the
Results of the committee study control oveT all activity and state and federal government. It
will be announced at next fall's service fees(A&S), which consti- ets a very unhealthy precedent
FJCSGA convention. The organi- tute $34.50 of a student's t for society."
nation will decide at that meeting tute $34 A unt's The Gordon bill is now in the
nation wfull-time tuition. A university Senate Education Committee,
whether to officially call for the president would retain veto power where it will undergo staff
removal of criminal penalties for' over any allocation, but that veto analysis before being scheduled
possession of up to one ounce of could be overridden by a for committefore beag scheduledtion.
pot, according to the statement. two-thirds vote of the SG.




THE HALYARD- May 15, 1974 Page 5B
REFUND OF FEES
Students who find it necessary to withdraw from the University may be
permitted a refund of fees upon presenting the Controller an authorization
issued by the Office of the Registrar. The issuance of these refunds will
be detained for two weeks immediately following the registration period,
and the refunds will be made under the following conditions:
1. A full refund will be made for a full-time or part-time student
making a complete withdrawal from the University during the "Drop
and Add" period in any quarter. For students changing from full-
time to part-time status, the amount to be refunded shall be
calculated based on actual hours taken.
2. No fees will be refunded after the end of the "Drop and Add"
period except in the following cases:
a. A student involuntarily called back to duty with the armed
forces will be entitled to a refund in the amount of the
registration fee less $43 for a full-time student and less
13 percent of total registration fees paid for a part-time
student.
b. The death of a student during the term for which he is
enrolled would permit a refund in the amount of the
registration fee less $43 for a full-time student and
less 13 percent of total registration fees paid for part-
time status.
c. Incapacitating illness of such duration and severity as to
preclude successful completion of the academic program for
the term for which he is enrolled would also permit the
student a refund in the amount of the registration fee less
$43 for a full-time student and less 13 percent of total
registration fees paid for a part-time student.
d. Cancellations would be considered a separate category when
the student is considered not registered because of the
University's actions, usually resulting from some pre-existing
University regulation.
3. No refund will be made under this policy except when proper
Application for the refund has been made through the Office
of the Registrar.
4. No part of the student activity fee will be refunded if the
student fails to surrender his original (current quarter)
"Certification of Fee Payment" card.
5. Deductions from authorized refunds will be made for unpaid
accounts due the University.
6. A full refund of out-of-state fees will be made if withdrawal
is effected during the "Drop and Add" period in any quarter.






COME VISIT




The Visit'


The UNF Venture Theatre

presents its first production


Frederick Durrenmatt's "The Visit"

Friday & Saturday, May 17-18

Friday 8 Saturday, May 24-25

General admission $2 5o non-UNF students 1 so


Tickest may be purchased at the entrance, by calling 646-2635 or at Bldg. 9, Room 1327
from 1-6 p.m. daily and Tuesday & Thursday from 8-10 p.m.




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DISTRIBUTION OF VENTURE COURSES
SUMMER 1974




SART 970
SMITALIAN RENAISSANCE L
ART: A Re-Evaluation E Bo o
71N- PSY 960 HUMAN
CO ACTIVITY AND DE HITE
ART 975 KITS

MUS 963 BLACK MUSIC. .. IS I

SMUS 964 GREAT PIANO MUSIC Ab &74 EASTERN CULTS AND WESTERN
MATERIALISM
S MUS 965 -LIBRETTOS AND LITERATURE

0 NUCLEAR ENERGY: Boon or Bane?
HIS 966 WOMAN'S ROLE PAST AND Pi
S NAS 965 MAN AND EARTH:
Suicide or Survival
HIS 967 CONTEMPORARY RACE f NS
\ NAS 941 -CHEMISTRY, DRUGS AND YOU
S HIS 971 AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY AS.974 CONTEMPORARY
HUMAN HEALTH PROBLEMS
LIT 975 NAS 976 -
V.) MEN, MONSTERS, AND GODS THE ORIGIN OF LIFE /
ZI LIT 977 CLASSICAL NAS 984 FOOD
LITERATURE OF INDIA AND NUTRITION
FOR THE LAYMAN




COLLEGE OFAKIR ANDSCIENCES






THE HALYARD May 15, 1974 Page 7B


VENTURE STUDIES PROGRAM

The Venture courses will be of special interest to the people in the community
since they will afford investigation of subjects that are directly relevant to
today and to our community.

The Venture Studies consist of courses designed especially as non-major courses
and serve to broaden the student's intellectual perspective and background.
The Venture Courses are advanced courses, building upon the reasoning ability,
interest, and general education already acquired by the student.

Venture Courses should extend and expand a student's outlook. In many instances
they will deal with thoroughly contemporary subjects, but they will pose enduring
questions. They will also extend habits of inquiry and reflection (social, poli-
tical, psychological, humanistic, scientific, and aesthetic) into areas of interest
in which students have little, if any, previous disciplinary experience. Ideally,
the experience in such courses should encourage student and teacher alike, as Henri
Bergson said, to "Think as men of action and act as men of thought."

For information of undergraduate degree candidates the quadrantal distribution of
the Venture courses being taught Spring Term appear on the next page. Students are
encouraged to consult with their Academic Advisor concerning which courses may be
applied toward their specific degree requirements. A complete description of the
Venture Courses appear on pages

Beginning on page 10 there is a complete listing of courses to be offered for the
Spring Quarter. One section lists the courses in alphabetical order by department;
another section lists the courses in time block order.*


*.Room Assignments are subject to change.

VENTURE COURSES FOR SUMMER 1974

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Department of Fine Arts

-ART 970 Italian Renaissance Art: A Reevaluation
Earlier Renaissances; 14th Century--Gothic or Proto-Renaissance?; Three
phases of Early Renaissance art; Was there a "High Renaissance?"; Man-
nerism--Renaissance or Anti-Renaissance, The various meanings of the
term "Renaissance" in Italian art will be explored through selected
examples of painting, sculpture and architecture.

ART 971 Concept, Creativity and Design
The creative process, how it applies to the conception of visual material
and its application to other areas of problem solving. An investigation
of how these design concepts are used and their effect upon our society.

ART 975 Kitsch: Beauty in Art
A study of Beauty through an investigation of unbeautiful things.

MUS 963 Black Music...Is It?
This course is concerned with exploring the sociological, historical,
psychological, and musical characteristics of the varieties of Black
musical genres which emerged from Afro-American culture in the United
States.

MUS 964 Great Piano Music
Through live classroom performances and student biographical projects,
the group will examine major piano compositions and their creators from
Haydn to the present day. Included will be composers such as Beethoven,
Chopin, Scott Joplin and John Cage. The class will also learn to play
simple pieces by each composer through class piano instruction.

MUS 965 Librettos and Literature
A study and comparison of opera librettos and their genesis from literary
sources. Musical analysis will explore the relationships between verbal
and aural modes of expression and their respective effectiveness.

Department of History

HIS 966 Woman's Role Past and Present
An examination of the contemporary woman's liberation movement in the
context of the historical development of the woman's role in the 19th
and 20th century European and American society.

HIS 967 Contemporary Race Relations
Examines the pertinent social science literature on national patterns of
race relations using Jacksonville as a learning laboratory.

HIS 971 American Biography
To study American history through biography, examining the efforts of
leading Americans to shape or respond to major forces, crises and de-
velopments in American history.






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Hellman's latest is "Pentimento"
BY LINDA CENTER gesture was made, I knew I was strong, clear color which reveal
seeing what I had never seen the texture and feel of her many
before and since like most only and varied experiences. Her style
As a playwright, Lillian children, all that I saw related to is one of tight control, but at the
Hellman is a skilled and talented me, I felt a sharp pain as if I were same time it is swift and suie.
craftsman. In "Pentimento," her alone in the world and always "The rebels of the Twenties,
.latest book of remembrances, she would be....I pushed the heavy the generation before mine, now
proves herself to be as well a paste stuff in front of me so far (in 1936) seemed rebels only in
master writer of prose. across the table that it turned and the Scott Fitzgerald sense they
was on the tablecloth. She did not had wasted their blood, blind to
She defines her title this way: see what I had done....As I ran the future they could have
:"Old paint on canvas as it ages, out of the restaurant, I saw her go smelled if the odor of booze
sometimes becomes transparent. back to our table." hadn't been so strong....without
When that happens it is possible, Uncle Willy ran a Central charity I thought most of them
in some pictures, to see the American company which cruelly were no more than a classy lot of
original lines ...That is called exploited the peons who worked brilliant comics....
pentimento..." for it. Dashing and handsome, he
was the object of 14-year-old "It is a mark of many famous
The book is a portfolio of Lilly's first infatuation, but he people that they cannotpart with
unrelated portraits painted by also made her aware of the sharp their brightest hour: what worked
Ms. Hellman--old portraits looked disparity between those who once must always work. Tullulah
Sat anew. The clumsy lines drawn labor and those who are labored (Bankhead) had been the 1920's
Sby the girl and the finer lines by for. "By 14 my heart was with the most daring girl, but what had
the young woman are clearly poor except on the days when it been dashing, even brave, had
Visible through the bolder strokes was with those who ground them become by 1939 shrill and tiring.
of the older and wiser woman. under.
SHER SOCIAL CONSCIENCE "THE PLAYWRIGHT is almost
It is not a continuation of her for most of her younger years was always held accountable for
1968 memoir, "An Unfinished under the tutelage of her brilliant failure and that is almost always a
Woman." It is a separate work and wealthy friend, Julia. In just verdict."
containing private pictures not 1937, Julia, then a student of
seen in the more public life she Freud's in Vienna, asked Lillian In picture entitled "Tur-
portrays in the memoir. These to carry money across the German In the icre enihed ur
people, all dead now, had great border. It was to be used to h encountering a snapping turtle's
influence on her life, although she hundreds of Jews and political ferocious rfusal to die even with
was not aware of their full impact and religious dissenters escape its head severed from its body.
until the lines of pentimento Hitler's terrorism. Juli a herself ame o e
Popular reordngartist Seals and Crofts will appear in the coliseum began to show through her was slain by the Nazis a short She became obsessed with
on Saturday, May 18 at 8 p.m. 68-year-old self-portrait. time later, thoughts about her own ability to
t Survive.
.Seals a d Cr*oAs in lner\ Lillian Hellman has written 12
Seals and Crofts in concert THERE IS BETHE, a distant plays including "The Children's She need not have worried. She
.cousin, who refused the idea of an Hour," "The Little Foxes" and is a survivor and has fought
SS arranged marriage and chose "The Watch on the Rhine." But fiercely most of her life for the
Seals and Crofts,. popular Bett known for "Summer instead to live with a member of her role as playwright is only a survival of others. Yet she has
recording artists, will appear in Breeze"' and "Diamond Girl", on the Mafia. Young Lilly learned fragment of her life--an artist's never lost herself in the
concert in the Jacksonville stage' Seals and Crofts are a about love from Bethe, especially pencil sketch used as a detail in struggles,. either theirs or'hers.
:Coliseum on Saturday,. May 18 at dramatic contrast of rock star and passionate love. As the two of the larger masterpiece her life
8 p.m. poet. But both bring many years them are lunching-in an Italian has become. Her friend Julia once called her
of musical training to their restaurant, Bethe spots her lover In "Pentimento," her sen- an excellent student. Lillian
Successfully blending many performance. at another table:"...Before any tences are bold brush strokes of Hellman is now a superb teacher.
sounds and lyrics they emerge
with an almost Oriental fashion Arts Cal
supplementing a curious blend of Tickets are $5 per person. For. lend r Alhambra Dinner Theatr Andrews, flute, 8 p.m., Recital
jazz, rbck, country, blues and additional information call Jet Set (nightly thru May 19); "The .Hall.
classical modes. Enterprise,. (904) 398-3786. THURSDAY MAY 16 In- aw Game (thru May 18) 8:30 FRIDA Y Y 17 "Up t
"Paris -Is Out", with Mr. and p.m. curtain, Theatre Jacksop- People", 8 p.m., Coliseum.
Mrs. Pat O'Brien; 8:30 p.m., ville; JU Faculty Recital, Ralph 8
I .. A... j"e"""""""""""i SATURDAY MAY 18 "Seals
S-and Croft", 8 p.m., Coliseum.
MONDAY MAY 20 Duval
County High School Orchestra
Pantomine, 8 p.m., Coliseum.
TUESDAY MAY 21 Ruth Ann
assistant professor of music at
Valdosta State College, 3 p.m.,
FJC' South Campus Main
SAuditorium; "Here Lies Jeremy
.Troy", starring George Hamilton
at the Alhambra Dinner Theatre

.WEDNESDAY MAY 22 "The
In-Law Game", (nightly thru May
S" 25) 8:30 p.m. curtain, Theatre
;4 .' SJacksonville; JU Senior Recital,
Raymond Walton bassoon, 4:15
p.m., Recital Hall. JU Faculty
*" .- -FRIDAY MAY .24 JU Faculty
Recital, Thomas Foster, organ, 8
p.m., Recital Hall.
SATURDAY MAY 25 Jet Set
SEnterprises presents "Ten Years
0" ..""After", 8 p.m., Coliseum.
SUNDAY MAY 26 JU Graduate
Recital L. Hawthorne and Carole
Hubert, sopranos, 3 p.m., Recital
.. t Hall.
MONDAY MAY 27 Dave
Brubeck, 8:30 p.m., Auditorium.
PbCk&T k4MILR&I C 'TUESDAY MAY 28 Rock

[. 3, R ie 13 Concert Isley Brothers, 9 p.m.,
13 "Auditorium Film "North by
Northwest", an Alfred Hitchcock
m presentation at the Downtown
Library Auditorium at 7:45 p.m.

ACdhea WEDNESDAY MAY 29
__ _.E8 Thelma Baggs Dance Recital, 8
p.m., at the Theatre on Water
__.,,, Street.
MAY 30-31 AND JUNE 1 JU
S.Theatre Department production
.s. of "Brecht on Brecht", 8 p.m., at
.. .- --- Swisher Auditorium.





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.Ye VENTURE COURSES FOR SUMMER 1974 (continued)

ee Department of Languages and Literature

LIT 975 Men, Monsters, and Gods: The Literature of Science Fiction and Fantasy
e The course will explore the dreams and nightmares of science and religion
as reflected in such forms of literature as Science Fiction and Fantasy.
Special attention will be paid to the conflict between science and reli-
gion which can be traced from Frankenstein through H, G. Wells and C. S.
Lewis and finally to such contemporary writers as Isaac Asimov, Arthur C.
Clarke, and Kurt Vonnegut. Evolution, mythology,. racial consciousness
and destiny, and the possibility of Utopia will be discussed as some of
the defining factors in man's attempt to give some meaning and projection
to his existence through the agency of the imagination...

LIT 977 Classical Literature of India ...
Study of the classical works of Indian literature which importantly
include Indian epics, folk-tales, ancient plays, and the mystical
Upanishads and the Buddhistic Dhammapada in order to help students
X.: perceive certain Eastern values--mythological, historical, social and
religious--of ancient India.

.. Department of Natural Sciences

NAS 960 Nuclear Energy: Boon or Bane?"
This course is concerned with (1) how the atomic nucleus serves as a source
of energy, (2) the many applications of this energy including electric power,
Medical, military and industrial and (3) the environmental problems associated
with nuclear energy.

I:.I NAS 965 Man and Earth: Suicide or Survival
How we contaminate our environment. What it can do to us. What we can do
e:.; about it.

.: NAS 967 Chemistry, Drugs and You
An indepth look at a few of the chemicals or groups of chemicals that have
had a significant impact on the "way of life" in America. Topics to be dis-
cussed include DDT and other pesticides, food additives, cyclamates, and
Drugs, both prescription or non-prescription, licit and illicit. The stru-
ture and reactivity of synthetic and naturally occurring compounds will be
discussed; the social, economic and political implications of their existence
and use will be considered.

NAS 974 Contemporary Human Health Problems
This course will deal with contemporary human health problems such as cancer,
S 'heart disease, drug abuse and venereal disease. Human biological functions
will be described in layman's terps prior to a consideration of how disorders
S affect these functions.

NAS 976 The Origin of Life
An exploration of how life originated on earth. All current theories will
be discussed in layman's terms from various points of view. Consideration
will be given to the possibility of extraterrestial life and how to commun-
icate with it (them?).

b0 NAS 984 Food and Nutrition for the Layman
eiX We are rapidly reaching a time when completely natural food will be unavail-
able. Being well into this transition current manufacturing and merchandis-
ing practices versus nutritional and dollar value will be discussed. .Changing
food textures, sources, and.quality as related to diet, calories, vitamins,
and usefullness will be compared to "convenience" foods, health and consumer
^i reports, and "new" wives tales..

Department of Psychology

1^ PSY 960 Human Conflict in Black and White
To create an awareness of and a sensitivity to the inter- and intra-
personal forces that continue to generate racism in America. From this
knowledge and feeling about race relations, a more mutually beneficial
personal behavior pattern may be developed.

Department of Sociology and Social Welfare
SOC 974 Eastern Cults and Western
This course is designed to explore value systems rooted in Hinduism,
Buddhism, Islam, Confucianism, and Taoism and how these (religions) have
encouraged cults such as polytheism, reincarnations, otherworldliness,
yogas, and Maharishis. These values are contrasted with the monotheism
of. the West and protestant reformation which has encouraged materialism. :
A comparative study of the two social heritages is explored.


COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Department of Finance, Insurance and Land Economics
FIN 960 Family Finance ..
Discussion of the principal financial problems faced by the individual
and the family. Cannot be used for credit toward the BBA degree.

INS 960 Issues in Economic Security '
^ Discussion of uncertainty and actions society takes to achieve security.
Not open to students in the College of Business Administration.





THE HALYARD May 15, 1974 Page 9A

q r Innside Dead batteries

CAROLYN KENYON Course problem
A new restaurant has opened in amps police are looking for a
SV. Jacksonville. The Foxfire, located solution -to a problem which
at the Travelodge on 1-95 and affects all drivers at UNF: dead
e Baymeadows Road, offers a batteries, due to lights left on
complete menu for gourmet during rainy or foggy days.
dining enthusiasts as well as the Contacting the car owners is
standard fare offered at most difficult, but they do try.
"- quality restaurants. If anyone has an idea on how
Entertainment is part of the car owners can be contacted th
treat in store for you with shows department would appreciate ea
and dancing nightly from 9 p.m. call.
until 2 p.m. The entertainment ufmmmhh,
changes approximately every two Up with people
weeks. The group we saw was
"m- a from Chicago and put on a very
professional and versatile show.
The food is delicious and the com es to Jax
wine list excellent. The chateau
: brand for two was under $16.00
and was tender enough to cut "Up With People" was created
with a fork. The sauce was perfect in the belief that our worlds'
and if this special dish is a greatest natural resource is its
favorite of yours, this is the place young people their talents and
to go. The best.part of the meal enthusiasm, their desire to learn
"The Visit's new home located in parking let 3,s was the fresh broccoli, asparagus and their commitment to
The Visit's new h Vd ea n 3 spears and brussel sprouts that challenges of the future. Tlie
e t r isd on U F drama are part of this palate pleaser. organization is based in Tucson
Sand Brussels, Belgium but calls
l a cup of French onion soup the world its home.
igtop is scene of The Visit begins this very 'specialdinner Young men and women, ages.
followed by a trip to one of te 17 to 25, who wish to become part
ruling the hours are long and biggest and most complete sal of "Up With People" are chosen
BY HAROLD MORGAN d lover.The conflict is obvious; ruling the hours are long and bars that I have ever seen. Brown from thousands of applicants.
miserable poverty, or blood !tte and the cast and crews rally bread, slabs of butterand almost Candidates must have musical
When someone mentions -money. together.
When someone mentions money. together. every type of salad makings and ability but the primary concern is
expansion at the University of Th play has been choreograp- The original, plans have been dressins imaginable confront you not talent; it is motivation of the
North Florida (UNF) it is assumed lied by Joyce Bizot and scored by amended and revised many when you arrive at the salad bar. individual, ability to communicate
another building has been David Pooler, both UNF students. times, but the most difficult The trick is not to spoil your and to learn.
opened. But UNF has expanded As the production flows along, its change of-plans was location. ThV appetite for themeal that is Professors and educational
in a different way. This time it is dimensions increase on many place of production at the coming by over indulging. A directors provide the basis foran
not a building it is a theater. The levels. One level is tragi-comedy inception of the theater was a baked potato with butter, sour accredited secondary curriculum
Venture Theater of tJNF, under which is a very sensitive and.. small auditorium in building cream, bacon bits and a number a a college program operated
the direction of Dr. Jane Decker, difficult idea to transmit from the eight. Two weeks ago it became of other taste tempting garnishes under contract with the Univer
is presenting "The Visit," by stage. However, the direction obvious that no auditorium would also ome with the meal. sy of Arizona.
Fredrick Durrenmatt. subtly conveys the pathos and it materialize in time for necessary OUTWARDLY unpretenous "Up With People is nstant-
DURRENMATT IS a Ge crawls into the conscience of the rehearsals or opening night. But it would be easy to pass thisplace "ly searching for new members
SI a ran audience. the show goes on! A tent will be ad ms ot on a vr member s
playwright who also e rote There are many aspects in the the new homeof "The Visit. very Allcast members are students.
SRomulus the Great. lie has uss o et o pleasant dining experience. The Each pays a fee to defray a
been considered one of Ger. success of a 'theater production atmosphere is informal and portion of the osts for the
een nsiderted one o Ger- and it faces difficulties when the The usage of parking lot three If you a t i portion of the costs for t
many's finest contemporary company is new and many has been expandedalong with the e Foxfire you advent doations proams, but ulc
writers. n has been expanded along with the the Foxe, add it to your li 0i d ion" ogat
riterinvolved are inexperienced. rest of UNF. nations preclude any sd
e isi es i r Venture Theater as run up an evening of good food, pleasure being rejected for financial
The Visit deals with green against these problems but 'The production will run on and fun. reasons.
deceit and justice. The plot through time, patience and; consecutive week-ends: May 17,
revolves around a wretched post direction Dr. Decker is eliminat- 18 and May 24, 25. Tickets are
World War Two village some- ing the cogs. free for students and reservations
where in Central Europe. A rich can be obtained through the box
old woman returns- to her REHEARSALS HAVE been office located in bldg. 9 room 1327
childhood home offering an held all quarter ndas production or can be made by calling Ext.
endowment if someone kills- her time, draws nigh the pace is 2635.


No gold shortae for Aretha, Pointers
BY LUTHER ANTHONY 'Hair' fame,) is not as successful during the late forties and early
One of the high-points in; the fifties.
n spite of the effect of theil album is Aretha's .moody The Pointer Sisters start off
shortages on the recording treatment of Bobbie Goldsboro's
industry, every day some record hit "With Pen in Hand." singing harmony lines and then
company somewhere seems to be go off on a tangent imitating the Reving Credit
releasing new albums.. Some by Two tunes were penned by the various instruments as they play
new artists--others by old singer herself. Of the two "if solb lines similar to a practice for
established performers. The You Don't Think" seems to serve which Ella Fitzgerald is now I
records in r.,iew for this month ." well as a flip-side for her hit popular. .
are by those in the latter group; recording, of Stevie Wonder's THE TITLE CUT, "That's a
"Until You Come Back to Me." Plenty/Surfeit, U.S.A.", has a
The leader is the queen herself, Although the center focus of New Orleans Dixieland Jazz
lady soul Aretha Franklin. Her album is on Aretha's voice, the flavoring to it.;i.There is a blues the un-bank
latest release entitled "Let Me in background -voices, and-an array song "Grinning in Your Face."
Your life" is the best we've heard of talented musicians, help to and a blues jazz tune called 624 ocean street
from Aretha in quite awhile. Her make Aretha's latest disc solid "Black Coffee'" along with a 0 jacksonville, florida
previous effort, "Hey Now Hey. gold material. seventies pop song by Gamble-
failure Othe Side the brillane of THOSE POINTER SISTERS are Huff called "Love ..in Them:
composer Quincy Jones. at it again. The second time- Hills. .
around they seem to get into The surprise selections on the
"Let Me in Your Life", on the campier tunes than their first album are two songs written by
other hand, was ao automatic release would allow. The second the Pointer sisters. "Shaky Flat .
success. Aretha's up-tempo album, entitled "That's a Plenty" Blues" is a sort of "anti-polluition
version of the usually slow, seems to fill the void left by their return to the quiet life" song
pleading tune took a little while to first release which was entitled complete with a trumpet solo by
get used to but once I felt the flow simply "'The Pointer Sisters." old jazz man Harry "Sweets" PERSONAL LOANSTHATWORK LIKE
of the song it seemed to hang
inside my head for hours. "The The album starts off with a Edison. The second is a CHARGE ACCOUNT FOR CASH
Masqeradei Ovr" ses te medley of two songs jointly called country-and-westein song recor-
as pretty and haunting as the "Bangin'on the Pipes/Steam ded in Nashville, entitled ns
original version. Heat" which .features 'a barber- "Fairytale." It has to be heard toinsurable members at no additional cost...
shop quartet sound, with a very be believed..
ARETHA IS NOT quite as good bass by sister Nellie.
successful with her rendition of Next there is a. variation of a :- David Rubinson did a very fine
the Marvin Gaye-Tammi Terrell theme, "Salt Peanuts", a lyric job of producing the albums. The century 21 office
recording of "Ain't Nothing Like which was written by Bruce Good cuts are all very clear, and the located off atlantic blvd.
the Real Thing." Leon Russell's and Jeffrey Cohen from a Dizzy musical solos are nice. 101 century 21 drive
"A Song for You" receives quite Gillespie instrumental. The songs Although this is a good album phone 724-7922
an exciting treatment by the lady, are done in a style reminiscent of it's not for 'everyone. But it will phone 724-7922
but the filler tune "Eight Days on that made famous by the team of. probably appeal to those who like
the Road" by Jerry Ragavoy (of Lamberti, Hendricks and Ross the Bette Midler music scene.
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":: THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA
LIST OF COURSES FOR SUMMER QUARTER 1974
SECTION COURSE TIMF,
ii NUMBER DEPT NUM COURSE TITLE QH BLOC, DAYS BLDG/ROOM INST

ACCOUNTING COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINIStRATION I
*A00113 ACC 301 INTERMEDIATE ACC 5 3 M W F 008/2101 COF
A00710 ACC 307 FEDERAL INCOME TAX 5 4 T 819/ KAJ
AA05113 ACC 351 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 5 3 M W F 004/1231. SEJ .
SA10210 ACC 402 COST ANALYSIS 5 5 M W F 816/ SEJ
::A10220 ACC 402 COST ANALYSIS 5 15, m W 820/ WEK .
A10310 ACC 403 ACC FOH POLICY DECIS 5 10 T R 008/2101 KIR
A10910 ACC 409 AUDITING 17 M W 008/1101 ;JOJ
A12110 ACC 421 ACC & FIN INFORM SYS S 4 T R 003/2311 KIR
A12120 ACC 421 ACC & FIN INFORM SYS 5 12 T P 003/2431 KIR
... A18910 ACC 489 SEMINAR: ACC PROBLEM 5 6 T H 008/1101 JOJ
AA19913 ACC 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 TBA/ ARW :
A20110 ACC 501 BASIC ACCOUNTING 5 17 M W 008/1141 WEK
A3,0110 ACC 601 FINANCIAL ACC 5 10 T R 008/1141 *HR
*A39913 ACC 599 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 TBA/ ARW
ART COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
A51310 ART 313 CRAFTS 5 1I0 T R 004/1101 MCK
':":' A 12 T R 004/1101
*A5513 ART 31 PAINTING 5 M F 004/1101 WIG
S7 M W F 004/1101
A57113 ART 371 CERAMICS 5, .6 T I 004/1101 MCK :
8 T R 004/1101 :
A62210 ART 422 ART HISTORY IV 5 3 MW F 003/1351 RET
*A67513 ART 475 GRAPHICS PRACTICUM 5 TBA/ POD
*A68319 ART 483 SEM:SILKSCREEN PRTG V 2 T R 004/1101 POD
4 T 004/1101
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*A68519 ART 485 SEMIADV CERAMICS 5 TBA/ MCK
: *A69019 ART 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ TBA
:.: "VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO .5
*A69513 ART 495 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 TBA/ TBA
A97010 ART 970 ITALi RENAISSANCE ART 5 5 M W F 003/1351 RET
A97110 ART 971 CONCEPT CREATE DESIGN 5 6 T R 003/1301 POD
A97510 ART 975 KITSCH:BEAUTY IN ART 5 15 M W 003/2331 FUJ
BUSINESS LAW COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
B B02010 BUL 320 BUSINESS LAW I 5 4 T R- 009/2113 -SCR .
B04010 BUL 340 LEG/SOC ENVIr OF BUS 5 12 T R 003/2241 KAJ
COOPERATIVE EDUCATION COURSES UNIVERSITY COURSES
50017 COE 300 EXPERIENTIAL STUDIES 0 TBA/ BOC
B50117 COE 381 EXPERIENTIAL STUDIES 1 TBA/ BOC

850217 COE 302 EXPERIENTIAL STUDIES 2 TBA/ 80C
SB50317 COE 303 EXPERIENTIAL STUDIES 3 TBA/ SOC M'
COMMUNICATION COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES S
C00410 COM 344 WRITING PROSE 5 9 M i 0o8/2117 EVJ
i.::ii C01510 COM 315 MASS MEDIA IN AMER 5 8 T 008/2117 RWJ
*C11719 COM 417 NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION V 6. T R '009/2113 SOD
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 3
.*C19019 COM 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ RWJ
S" VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS *3 TO 5
.C37410 COM 674 BUSINESS COMM & INFO 5 10 T R 009/2113 RWJ :
*C37423 COM 674 BUSINESS COMM & INFO 5 15 :* W 003/1351 GRR
":X: ECON AND BUS STUDIES COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION .
*C78019 ECB 580 SEMINAR: ST ECO & BUS V 6 T 003/2311 -SAL
:; Z VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 5,
C89019 ECB 590 INDEPENDENT STUDY V 6 TR 003/2311 .SAL
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 5
ECONOMIC COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
S^ 000110 ECO 391 INTER MACROECONOMICS 5 7 M4 F 003/1331 LLR
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Two UNF police officers attend evidence school 4i
BY MARY BRUMBAUGH (or lift) fingerprints and to read The officers learned how to
them. Places to find fingerprints close off an area to prevent
Two University of North Florida and how to lift them from various evidence from being destroyed.
(UNF police officers recently surfaces were discussed. Wodrich They studied ways to look for
attended an evidence technician mentioned that there were seven evidence in an area--dirt, hair, I
school held by the Federal Bureau basic patterns which the FBI has clothing, chips of paint--small but
of Investigation (FBI). broken down into more specific very important pieces of '
classifications in their files. evidence. Wodrich described this
The school, attended by as "the technique you see on
Officers Ted Wodrich and Gary THE PHOTOGRAPHY ses- 'The FBI' on Sunday night". ..-.
Davis, was held at the Duval sions included not only photo- '
County Sheriff's Academy and graphing fingerprints, but also HE EMPHASIZED the impor-
lasted two weeks. 'taking pictures of the scene of a tance of sealing off the area from .
WODRICH ST ED tha This includes general use onlookers, being observant, and Nolan Wilke rson a political science mjor, Is In Tallahatsee
school dealt with the handlingmera, lighting and knowing wat to look for quarter as a co-op student with Senator Jim G wilkerson, a
physical evidence, the "silent prospective lawyer, reports that his active participation in the
evidence that can convict a man". Whereas the officers were Firearms were studied and legislative session is allowing him both valuable contacts and
taught to photograph an various ways of identifying types experience. Wilkerso praises UNF for providing this opportunity
The areas covered included impression left on a hard surface, of firearms were discussed. Each for experience, academic credit, and bl-weekly paycheck, too!!
fingerprinting, photography, they learned to cast prints left in a gun leaves a "fingerprint" on the
explosives, casting and methods soft surface such as sand or mud. bullet and is identifiable from the Cs wk c n ect
of handling other physical marking on the shell. liass WOrrk can1 ttect world
of handling other physicalexplosives, the
evidence. In each of the areas, the In the study of explosives, the
class head .er l instructions class learned to identify and The ONF police have not had Ttled "Development of Self in
and th aed about the FBI handle explosives. Different numerous occasions to use these BY SLYVIA O'DEL the Adolescent, A Dynamic
facilities available to law types of explosives and methods techniques, but Wodrich felt that Model", the paper states that
enforcement to ladies of determining types after an knowledge of the various What you doing class could be "geomet de integrating
explosion has occurred were techniques would be valuable if a important to the outside world, the numerous factors and
The class learned to both take studied. crime did occur on campus. This statement expresses Dr. dimensions, may be used to
Lawrence Green's feeling about illustrate the development of self
the recognition of one of his in the adolescent."
students, Conrad Weihnacht. n the adolescent.
All state universities were
U Green, professor of psychology invited to compete. iFrom the
at the University of North Florida, in ie ete r te
Weinach presenting a paper to rea en the F
n ap se o a paSPA met in Hollywood, Fla. May
* the Florida Psychological Assoc- 2-4.
nation (FPA) and the Southeastern
Tilley presents paper Dr. Edward A. Healy, association (a group composed of Psychological Association (SPA). THE UNIVERSITIES represen-
il presents p per Edwad A. Healy association ( group composedofted were lorida State University,
Dr. E. Allen Tilley, assistant chairman of the department of Florida's English department RESULTING FROM a term the Unety af Florida, the
professor of literature, presented natural sciences, will address the chairmen) discussed matters paper he wrote for PSY 506, University of South Florida, the
a paper titled "Popular Pattern- Beach Kiwanis Club May 9 at relating to the state's planned "Advanced Adolescent Psycho- University of Miami, and the
ing in Ppynchon's 'Gravity'st 12:30 p.m. at the Sea Turtle uniform course numbering logy", Weihnacht's paper was' University of North Florida.
Rainbow' at the annual restaurant. The subject of Dr. system, CLEP testing, (testing for presented in summary form tothe
confeenc of, the Pop ularCultu Healy's talk will be "Nuclear college level equivalent pro- Student Award Papers Competi- The winner will be given a cash
Association which met in e Ponergy: Boon or Bane?" gram), and collective bargaining. tion. e e
Association which met in award ard special recognition.
Milwaukee, May 2-4. Pynchon's D S n
novel won the National Book Dr. Steven Shapiro, assistant
Award recently. Tilley's paper professor of economics, will
analyzed the construction of ddressthe Arlington Kiwanis on
ambiguous patterns of relation- 'The Economics of Environ-
ship as a narrative strategy of the mentalim". Shapiro will address
novel. the group at 12:30 p.m. on May
28at the Holiday Inn, Arlington
Tilley also has an article, "The Expressway.
Meaning of Dunbar's 'The Steven Sutton, UNF senior, will
Golden Targe'," in the current speak to the Sierra Club and give 1 T /
issue of "Studies in Scottish a slide presentation on the
Literature." Dunbar's 15th Cen- "Whitewater Adventure" at the
tury dream allegory is examined Florida Publishing Company, 1
so as to question current Riverside Avenue, on May 16 at 8
conceptions of the dream allegory p.mn.
tradition. 11H

Mongar addresses
seminar on Bizot gives papers \_ _
population growth
S. Dr. Richard Bizot, associate -
Dr. Thomas Mongar, chairman professor.of English, presented .
of the department of political his paper: "Notes Toward a
science addressed the student Definition of a Black Literary
American Association for the Aesthetic" at the annual national l
Advancement of Science Growth meeting of Uhe College English Sale starts to
Seminar. The topic of discussion Association (CEA) in Philadelphia' -- -
was "Limits to, Growth: The April 20., .
American Challenge."
S The socuseme ofhe meeting was UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE
The se'in~r, which focused on English' for All Americans: U
growth in Jacksonville. was held College Teaching Today and
at the i~gency' Square Public Tomorrow.
Library Auditorium. Mongar 4
appeared on behalf of the Bizot also delivered a paper on 1 W eek Starting May 15 1974
Jacksonville chapter of Zero a related topic, "Black Music and Starting I ay 1
Population Growth. the Teaching of Black Litera-
ture", last year at the national
Mongar, also appeared re- CEA meeting in Detroit.
cently on Alan Moore's "Off The
Wall" program discussing "Pre-
sidential .Tjansciptsr Their Harmon at forums Decords at Big Disott
Meaning and Implication." Engsh progrt
The broadcast was carried on I
radio station WAPE Sunday, May Dr. Gary L. Harmon, chairman S 00
;)'5. , of the department of language
and literature attended the
"Sloughers speak Florida College English Associa-
tion Conference and its Executive *
student from UNF will be for the conference events and M
speaking to various Jacksonville discussions was "Film Studies in
area civic groups in the coming Colleges and Universities." Many, many selections in this special purchase. Classics included!
weeks as participants in the
Sawmill Slough Conservation Harmon also attended the
Club's Environmental Speakers Florida Association of Depart- Hundreds of records! Come early for best selection!
Service. : ments of English meeting. This o





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D81110 EQA 61 PERFI OBJ:DEVELOP/USE 5 1 M 003/2321 MCH
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#F02211 EEL 322 COM PROC; READING I 5 6 T R 008/2121 CHE
8 T R 008/2121
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*F69019 ESE 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V T / T 8A
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*F89019 ESE 90 INDEPENDENT STUDY V T A/ TA -
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VOCAtIONAL & TECHNICAL: EDUCATION COURSES COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
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*617619 EV,--.4 SUPER WRK EXP IN BUS V 8 T f 817/ -BRE
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UNF press develops. Food service


BY CONNIE HOFFMAN forth UNF Press. Sixty-one under fire
members responded.
"All the Best in the World for The questionnaire consisted ofMILLS
our In-Progress UNF Press in its 12 questions. The first asked The University of North Florida
Fascinating Venture." This is a whether the press should (UNF) food services have been
quote from a UNF faculty consider publication 'of certain under fire regarding their prices,
member regarding the formation kinds of books that some variety of food and other
of the University of North Florida university presses categorically problems. According to Ward
Press. exclude from consideration. The Hancock, Director of Administra-
majority responded affirmatively tive Services, "They've done
The purpose of the press, while categorically choosing everything we've asked for and
according to the founding original poetry, drama, or fiction more to provide a quality food
document, will be to publish for their overall preference. service."
works that contribute to know- Prics for food service products
ledge and understanding." Parti- OTHER QUESTIONS dealt Prie for foyod service products
cipation is invited not only from with possible priorities of the establishments in the area.
faculty members and scholars of Press. The results showed that However, the specials offered are
the university but from scholars the majority of faculty members not. Hancock said, "We've never
anywhere. felt the UNF Press should actively required specials. They've done it
solicit submissions in order to get on their own. The idea was their
It will not be possible for the into full operation as soon as own."
press to publish all manuscripts possible. It should also publish UNF.is responsible for prices
submitted to it. An Editorial according to qualitative standards and portios onsbthe everyday
Board of the Press, with Dr. only, without regard to theand item onsuch on he everyday
Richard Bizot, associate professor likelihood of breaking evenitem such hamburgers.
-of English, as chairman, has been financially. ACCCORI4,. TO Hancock
set up to screen submitted the problems the fod services
manuscripts. The UNF Press should give have had have mainly been
priority to publishing the work of induced by the university
WORKS WILL be .judged by UNF faculty members. And it construction. They have not been
their contribution both to should primarily attempt to serve the fault of the food services.
knowledge or information that the local community as well as the h
can be utilized by-specialists in a academic community. One major pblem has been
given discipline and their electricity. Said Hancock, "One
importance to the local com- The question concerning" the cash register isn't their fault.
munity. setting of priorities according to There was only one plug
academic discipline was rejected .installed. However, another is
A questionnaire was sent by an overwhelming majority of Staf photo by Don Renshaw coming."
recently to UNF faculty members members. They concluded that no Another aspect of the food
seeking opinions about priorities priorities should be set. services questioned is the quality
W is t n i s i s of the food. "The initial concept
ston irs views O was to have vending machines.
That just wouldn't get it. We
h c o offer quick food and snacks with a
N ew s bri- efs personal element. If you want a
i c s o nnig ey w r a U nutritionally balanced meal, go
Health info available inning entry will receive a off campus," said Hancock.
plaque for his contribution.
Students t What younc Fhavef"We pay a heavy price for fear as providing fine opportunities for THE F0OD services are going
always wantedto know concern- FJ o ers courses of failure," said James 1. the college graduate interested in through what Hancock called a
Mag your he health be vaffice. lorida Jr. College has two Winston in a speech to students making a career in business, '-debugging process." With
William Haeck, Mn will be here courses that may be of interest to and faculty- of the College of Winston included capital as 'a moving, and limitations of
to discuss your personal health University of North Florida Business Administration at a resource which is going to be customers and the constant
problems. No physical exams will students on a non-credit basis. SAM meeting on May 9. Winston carceand rationed. He advised changing of customs, ends
be done. Please contact the health They both are of six week is president of Barnett-Winston the members of t.e audience to haven't been established. "But,
office nurse for an appointment duration and carry a two dollar Co., a Jacksonville based real investigate the management said Hancock, "if something is
before Ma 20 ppoment registration fee. estate investment company re- programs of the baking and life wrong, take it back. They will
"Options for Women", Thufs- ferred to as "America's First Real insurance industries for their eithergive your money back or
"Options for Women", Thurs- Estate Bank." career potential. Winston also either give your money back
Reminder Hearing tests are days 7 to 9:30 p.m., began May 9 suggested a visit to industrial another product. If you don't see
available during class hours thru at Arlington Jr. High Community psychologists for testing to obtain what you want, like a salad, ask
May 17. School. for it. Problems are always going
The Barnett-Winston Company aiL objective evaluation of the 'to occur."
A T T tF all future Science, Prophecy, poides all types of financin individual's personality as an aid
proyTEes atypesIo inancing to-selectinga Thed companyycontra
sun worTshipers -- remember too and Predictions" began May 7, that might be required for real to selecting a career. 'The company contracted to
sun worshippers -- remember too Bldg 82, to be held at the Fred H. estate projects from theirhandle UNF foodservices is
much sun can produce dry skin, Kent Center Tuesdays 7-10'p.m. development to completion. Eastern Food Services, Inc.
disfiguring pigment spots, wartydevelopment to completion. Eastern competitively bid for the
disfiguring pigment spots, warty This subject will deal with the Formed in 1972 as a joint venture contract. Unlike other universities
overgrowths, and even skin examination of our planet 25 f d contract. Unlike other universities
cancer. Physicians report that en of o ane of a senior management group led Urging the group not to -be within the state system, Eastern
many twen y-year-olds hav years from now andbeyond by Winston with the Barnett afraid to make a change in the is obliged to supply their own
many twenty-year-oped sund have dTopics to be covered will include Banks of Florida, Inc. it currently early part of a career, he said, "If equipment. Also, to occupy
ins manages services funds ,in I got into a job and felt that it university space, Eastern pays
burning rays of the sun are 'from patterns, social change, automa- excess of $750 million, experienc- wasn't for me, to hell with it, I'd $3.50 per FTE per quarter.
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. SUNBURN does tion, sub-cultures, mobility, ing outstanding success in the quit." Mr. Winston cited the According to Hancock, the only
occur on an overcast dayl technology and life styles. industry, personality traits which he time they have shown a profit was
Recital announced Democrats speak out considers most valuable as October 1973.
S flexibility, optimism, and the
SGThere's no football team to SPEAKING TO the group on a courage to make mistakes and to Hancock said that other
Dr. Person Yessin, chairman of cheer and no school song to sing,. variety of topics, including the take risks. "Look at the problems are new personnel,
the department of fine arts, has but the University of North real estate industry and career opportunities of the situation sanitation and space. According
announced that a music students Florida Democrats voice their opportunities for today's college rather than the problems." to him the personnel need a
recital will be held Wednesday, opinions on issues that are uaesfor today's college chance to train and learn.
May 29, at 1:30 p.m., in building relevant -- both on and off te ns Sanitation is a problem. The
004, room 1303. Students, faculty campus. audience that rising interest ratescustomers ae t be self-bussing
and staff are invited to attend. One of those issues will be and the scarcity of natural FOLLOWING A TOUR of duty but they aren't doing it. More
discussed on Thurs. May 16 at resources including labor will here as a naval officer, Mr. chairs and tables are to be added
Alma Mater entries noon in room 3/1301. Guest ontinue forcing an industry Winston, .Phi Beta Kappa from to outside areas but again
speaker will be Dr. Thomas the University of North Carolina, construction is holding that back.
Interest has been shown Mongar, chairman of the political ththe American way of life. Seeing made Jacksonville his home.
recently concerning the develop- science department. more of every consumer dollar Long aqive in community affairs, Hancock said. "This is an
meant of a school Alma Mater Wevite all interested spent to provide housing and he serves as a member of the adjustment period. Once the bugs
ment of a school Alma Mater We invite all interested persons other necessities, he predicts a Jacksonville Port Authority, are out, then we can take a good
according to Dick Reisenger in to attend this very important trend toward comparatively less Jacksonville World Trade Council judging look at them. I don't think
the Student Activities Office. meeting. expensive dwellings, "Living in Inc., American Bicentinnial it fair to judge now."
According to Reisenger the Students as intern tiny condominiums, smaller Comsin,
S e de an houses on zero lots, and a return ville University, and was recently
judges selected from among in area school to the basics." appointed to serve as a member
faculty and students and all aot osr semc
decisions will hopefully be made Dr. Amanda Asgill, director of Pointing to the companies that to the Advisory Council to the
by the first of June in time for the college of education's office of own or control natural resources University of North Florida.
Student Activities is now the placement of 164 University of ON BEAUTIFUL WATERFIOT
accepting entries for the Alma North Florida (UNF) student BEAUTU WATr
Mater. teachers in area schools for the Sp--ng 6 Sumer Speiad
spring quarter. There reae 146 BRINKMAN'S l-
the SA office where there will be a County schools, ten in Clay aI nat
locked receptacle. The deadline County schools, seven in St.ASK San Jose Blvd.
The person who submits the Johns County schools, and one in CORNER BEACH & UNIVERSITY BLVDS. ; (at Goodby's Lake)

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*G19013 EVO 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 TBA/ ,US
619021 EVO 490 DIS:D/E-MIDDLE SCHL 5 10 -T 004/1231 -.I'
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15 004/103
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FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

651110 FIM 311 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 5 6 T 817/ I
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FINANCE COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

H02010 'FIN 320 BANKING 5 10 T r' 003/1321 KIP
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*H19019 FIN 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ KIP
VARIABLE HOURS RANJE IS 1 TO 5
*H39019 FIi 590 INDEPENDENT STUDY V T8 A/ ,IP
VARIABLE HOU S RANGE IS 1 TO 5
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HEALTH COURSES COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

H55210 HEN 352 PUBLIC HEALTH EDUC 5 2 T 004/1231 1.RI
H56010 HE; 360 FIRST AID LAB 3 9 1 F 003/1321 .-I
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*H69013 HEN 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 TR4/ .EJ

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100810 HIS 308 U S DIPLOMATIC 5 3 M d F 003/2331 LET
101110 HIS 311 MODERN EUROPE 5 7 M W F 004/1241 CL)
110710 HIS 407 SLCTD TPCS AFRO-A:MER 5 4 T R 003/1321 SCO
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*119019 HIS 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TA/ TSA
VARIABLE HOU-1S kAi'13- IS 2 TO 5
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146710 HIS 967 CONT RACE RELATIONS 5 6 T 003/1321 SCO
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INSURANCE COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 4 -

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*169019 INS 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ KIP
VARIABLE HOURS OANOE IS. TO 5
S*189019 INS 590 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ KIP
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
196010 INS 960 ISSUES/ECON SECURITY 5 5 M W F 003/1301 JOC

LAND ECONOMICS COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

J010 LEC 310 LAND ECONOMICS 5 10 T 008/1101 ()O
*J17013 LEC 470 POLICIES 5 PROBLEMS 5 15 .M 008/1181 f&OP
*J19019 LEC 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA./ BOR
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5'
*J39019 LEC 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ .BO
.VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5

LIBRARY SCIENCE COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

J40510 LIS 305 AUDIO-VISUAL SERVICE 5 9 w 003/1301 ,r-0W
11 003/1301

LITERATURE COURSES -COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

J52510 LIT 325 ENGL: 4EOwULF-DEFOE 5 3 M W F 008/2117 TIE
J55510 LIT 355 POETRY 5 10 T" 817/ TIE
J57110 LIT 371 MASTERS-WRLD LIT 5 15 M-. 009/2105 PAS
J57310' LIT 373 POP AMER CULT LIT 5 T4 .' 003/2321- HAG
i J61010 LIT 410 AMERICAN ENGLISH 5 6 T R 009/2105 TAJ
;. J68510 LIT 485 SEM:CLSCL BKGROD EST 5 5 M F 008/2117 TIE
*J69019 LIT 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ HAG
VARIABLE: HOURS RANGE IS 3 TO 5
;: 1V' J97510 LIT 975 MENMONSTERSq&GODS 5 7 M X F 003/2431 MCP
s J97710 LIT 977 CLSSCAL LIT OF INDIA 5 10 T O 003/2241 CAS

MANAGEMENT COJRSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION .
K0121'0 MAN 312 AOMINIS MANAGE '' 5 5 :- F 004/1231 FOR
SK012,2?X) MAN 312 ADMLINIS MANAGE 5 6 T R 008/2117 FOR
SK'd01r236 MAN 312 ADMINIS MANAGE 17' 003/2241 TOw
1210 MAN 412 PERSONNEL' MANAGEMENT '5 :T L 09 oo/2121 JEK
K11610' MAN 416 LABOR RELATIONS 5' 10 T' o004/1241 JEK
,;- K1:4410 MAN 444 INTRO: TO NAN SCIENCE 5 5 M F CUB/1141 PI R
-=15210 MAN 452 BUSINESS POLICY 5 7 Mu 003/1371 JO -
. : .... .. : .. .. ; 9 0 3/ 13 7 1 '
*K1,9019 MAN 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TAi/ :.CF
VAPIABLE HOURS RA =C I.- 1 TO 5
K21210 MAN 512 ORGANIZATIONAL MAN 5 15 M15 4 003/1371 FO.
V32210 MAN 522 OHGANIZATION THEORY 5- 10 r7w 003/1351 FR -


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Up, Up way a pmrofessn balonist takes off from the UNF campus on Wednesday, May 8.


Non-credit course aids students
Students to

in the exploration of careers. evaluate profs.I
Students of UNF will be asked
Who am I? And what do I really self-concept into a vocational to complete questionnaires evalu-
want to do with my life? These are identity so that a more effective ating the professor in each of
two of the basic questions that are career decision can be made. their classes during the week of
put forth to students in the May 20-24.
non-credit course, "Exploring
Self and Careers". Classes are divided into two
Groups which meet on Tuesdays
for Group I and Wednesdays for
A O D Group II. Exploration of Self and The questionnaire was pre-
Exploration of Self vs. Careers-- pared for and approved by the
RBIEN The purpose of the course is to how do you integrate the two? are UNF General Assembly. This
Bassist students in developing a some of th topics that will be annual evaluation covers such
N EH better understanding of them- discussed in the sessions. areas as the professor's ability to
selves and the world of work. It motivate students' interest in the
teaches students to develop their subject, the professor's fairness
F in grading, and ability to explain
Various assignments are given matters that students are having
such as Career Monograph in diffulty understanding.
Sg h which each student investigates a
se0 U a UCy :career field of his interest,
SSTER making visits to job sites and
aASTER talking with employees. The The evaluation is required of all
EUROPEAN student can then decide if that is teachers in higher education by
fr MECH. the type of job he wants as a life the Florida Legislature.
u *a BICYCLES NEW-USED career.
BICYCLES NEW-USD Students are asked to give
REPAIR PARTS & ACC. careful attention to their
YaU a BICYCLE INSURANCE completion of the questionnaire
w r1521 Eaqa T.. s Anyone interested in this which will be used to assist in the
S.course should contact the improvement of classroom in-
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ESUUROPEANC ment Center.



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SECTION COURSE TIME
NUMBER DEPT NUM COURSE TITLE QH BLOCK DAYS BLDG/ROOM INST U

K34410 MAN 644 QUANT MAN ANALYSIS 5 15 M W 009/2113 MCF
*K39219 MAN 592 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ MCF
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5

MARKETING COURSES COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

K52110 MAR 321 PROO-MARK-LOG-PRIN 5 3 M w F 819/ ZAN
K52130 MAR 321 PROO-MARK-LOG-PRIN 5 15 M 003/2321 ZAN
K63210 MAR 432 ADVERT/SALES PROMOTE 5 15, M ( 817/ NYD
K63310 MAR 433 SALES MANAGEMENT 5 7 M .w F 008/2121 ZAN
*K69319 MAR 493 INDEPENDENT STUDY. V TBA/ MCF
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
K84310 MAR 543 MAR MANAGE & INSTIT 5 17 M 003/1301 NYD
*K89319 MAR 693 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ ,CF
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCE COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

L00210 MSC 302 INTRO CALCULCUS 5 10 T R 003/1301 LEJ
L00410 MSC 304 INTRO APL PROG 2 8 T -, 003/2431 WAJ
L00420 MSC 304 INTRO APL PROG 2 17 M W 003/2331 ANR
= L00510 MSC 305 MATH FOR BUS SOC SCI 5 4 T 4 817/ lIN Ii
L00520 MSC 305 MATH FOR 8US SOC SCI 5 12 T R 003/2331 t;IN
L00610 MSC 306 ELEMENTARY STATISTIC 5 6 T k R20/ ,AJ -
L00620 MSC 306 ELEMENTARY STATISTIC 5 15 M 008/1141 ANR
i L00810 MSC 308 STRUCTURE OF MATH 5 4 T 003/1371 ELE
L02010 MSC 320 LINEAR ALGEBRA .5 4 T R 008/1181 TBA
L03010 MSC 330 INTRO COMP SCIENCE 5 15 .-M -008/2117 OUW U
U L03310 MSC 333 INTRO DISCRETE STRUC 5 12 T 003/1321 CA
*L08019 MSC 380 SEM:COBOL PROGRAMMING V 17 M W 003/1371. UW
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
Li1110 MSC 411 ADVANCED ANALYSIS I 5 10 T R 008/2117 wIN
*L13113 MSC 431 DATA STRUCTURES 5 13 MW F 003/1351 QUW
&&*L18119 MSC 481 SEM:JR HIGH TEACHER V 2 T R 009/2105 ELE
3 M 009/2105
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 5
*L19019 MSC 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ CAW
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 5 I

MUSIC PERFORMANCE COURSES COLLEGE. OF ARTS -AND SCIENCES

*L51113 MUP 311 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/ TBA
S*L51213 MUP 312 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/ TBA
*L51313 MUP 313 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/ TBA
*L52113 M.UP 321 APPLIED MUSIC 4 TBA/ TBA
S*L52213 MUP 322 APPLIED MUSIC 4 TBA/ TBA
SL52313 MUP 323 APPLIED MUSIC 4 TBA/ TBA
*L53113 MUP 331 APPLIED MUSIC 3 TBA/ TBA

'53213 MUP 332 APPLIED MUSIC 3 TBA/ TBA
_533.13 MUP 333 APPLIED MUSIC 3 TBA/ TB& -
3L61113 MUP 411 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/ TBA
*L61213 MUP 412 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/ TBA
*L61313 MUP 413 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/ TBA
*L62113 MUP 421 APPLIED MUSIC 4 TBA/ TBA
*L62213 MUP 422 APPLIED MUSIC 4 TBA/ TBA
*L62313 MUP 423 APPLIED MUSIC 4 TBA/ TBA

MUSIC COURSES -COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

*M17013 MUS 470 RECITAL & RESEARCH 0 TBA/ TBA E
*M18013 MUS 485 SEM:PIANO LITERATURE 5 TBA/ YEG
*M19019 MUS 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ TBA
VARIABLE HOURS PAN(tE IS 1 TO 5
M46310 MUS 963 BLACK MUSIC: IS IT? 5 7 M W F 004/1303 .W -
M46320 MUS 963 BLACK MUSIC: IS IT? 5 9 M W F 004/1303 bRW s
M46410 MUS 964 GREAT PIANO MUSIC 5 4 T k 004/1303 YEG
M46510 MUS 965 LIBRETTOS & LIT 5 17 M W 004/1303 FUJ

NATURAL SCIENCE COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

3 **M51014 NAS 310 THERMODYNAMICS 5 5 M W F 004/1307 bOw
9 004/2241
L M51015 NAS 310L LABORATORY 0 11 W 004/2241 iOW
13 w 004/2241
*M53014 NAS 330 ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLO 5 6 T s 003/1351 DEC
M53015 NAS 330L LABORATORY 0 8 T H 004/2371 DEC
**M54014 NAS 340 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I 6 3 w F 003/1301 I'
13 M 004/2333
M54015 NAS 340L LABORATORY 0 9 0 004/2333 KIW
13 04/2333 -S
**M62514 NAS 425 PHYSIOLOGY 5 4 T 004/1116 ,.AL
9 004/2401
3- M62515 NAS 425L LABORATORY 0 11 M 004/2401 .vAL
13 0 b04/2401
*M69019 NAS 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ HEE U
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 5
M70010 NAS 500 SPEC TOPICS:NAT SCI 5 15 i 004/1307 RRU
396010 NAS 960 NUCL ENER:BOON-BANE? 5 6 T k 003/1371 HEE -
SM96510 NAS 965 EARTH:SUICID-SURVIV? 5 3 M W F 003/1371 9IC U
M96710 NAS 967 CHEMI DRUGS. & YOU 5 2 T 9 008/2121 iKII
M97410 NAS 974 CON HUM HLTH PROS 5 10 T R 003/2431 WAL
3M97610 NAS 976 THE ORIGIN OF LIFE 5 8 T 003/1351, BOW
M98410 NAS 984 FOOD/NUTRTION-LAYMAN .- 5 9 M F 003/1351 COY

PHYSICAL EDUCATION COURSES COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



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SECTION COURSE TIME
NUMBER DEPT NUM COURSE TITLE QH BLOCK DAYS BLOG/ROOM INST
N00310 PHE 303 KINESTHESIS LAB I 5 3 M W F 003/2241 TAT
N00511 PHE 305 ADAPTIVE PHYS EDUC 5 4 T R 008/1101 NEJ
5 M i F 006/1101
N01610 PHE 316 HLTH 6 P E: ELEM SCH 5 4 T y 008/2121 TAT
N01620 PHE 316 HLTH & P E: ELEM SCH 5 9 M W F 008/2121 FLB
N01630 PHE 316 HLTH & P E:'ELEM SCH 5 11, Mw F 003/2241 FLB
N10210 PHE 402 SPORTS SCIENCE 5 5 M w F 003/1341 TAT
*N17613 PHE 476 COMM SERVICE INTERN 15 TRA/ PED
*N19013 PHE 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 TBA/ PED

POLITICAL SCIENCE COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIEi\CES
P01010 POS 310 DECISION-MAKING 5 5 M v F 003/1331 OT
P02210, POS 322 COMPARATIVE POLITICS 5 6 T 003/1331 L)EJ
P04510 POS 345 POLITICS OF POVERTY 5 7 W F 816/ DYD
P05710 POS 357 URBAN POLITICS 5 3 M F 008/1141 DYD
P06910 POS 369 PUBLIC ADMINISTRAT 5 9 M W F 003/1331 .EG
*P17519 POS 475 PRACTICUW I V 17 t w 009/2105 OEG
-VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 5 TO 15
*P17619 POS 476 PRACTICUM II V 17 M 003/1351 'oEG
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 5 TO 15
P18510 POS 485 SEM:COMMUNITY POLIT 5 15 5 W 003/2311 E EG
*P19019 POS 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TRA/ /UOT
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO. 5

S PSYCHOLOGY COURSES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
SP50510 PSY 305 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 5 3- M w F 003/1331 CHM
SP50520 PSY 305 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 5 4 T 003/1301 SAN N
SP50530 PSY 305 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 5 6 T R 003/2331 18A-
P50540 PSY 305 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 5 10 T P 003/2331 T8A
P51510 PSY 315 PSYCHO-BIOLOGY 5 7 M o F 003/1341 CHM
P52510 PSY 325 LEARN & MOTIVATION 5 4 T R 004/1241 HAJ
P53510 PSY 335 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 5 15 M W 003/1381 wOO -
P60510 PSY 405 PERS DYNA,/EFF BEHAV 5 6 T 6 19/ KRP
P60710. PSY. 407 ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR 5 15 M W 919/ BU8
P61510 PSY 415 PSYCHOMETRICS 5 5 M4 F 003/2241 LUN
P61520. PSY 415 PSYCHOMETRICS 5 15- M w 003/2241 -TBA
SP65510 PSY 455 SOC-PSY ASPECT-MANAG 5 6 T 003/1341 SCB
I P65520 PSY 455 SOC-PSY ASPECT-MANAG 5 8 T R 003/1331 KRL
S*P67519 PSY 475 PRACTICUM: APPL PSY V TBA/ TBA
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE JS 2 TO 3
E *P69019 PSY 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ TBA
S VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 3
V P82510 PSY 625 ADV EDUCATIONAL PSY 5 6 T R 00/2101 hAJ
..P82520' PSY 625 -ADV EDUCATIONAL PSY 5 10 T R 004/1307 TBA
-*P8261,3 PSY 626 INDIVIDUALIZED LEARN 5- TBA/ HAJ
P85510 PSY 655 PSY OF ORGAtIZ BEHAV 5- 10 -T R 003/1371 SCR

.P855?0 PY 555 PSY OF OGA-iZ BEHAV A.5 12 003/1331 *P96013 PSY Th0 CO!FLICT:3LACK-wHITE 5 4 T 008/2101 KRP

SOCIOLOGY COURSES COLLEGE OF AtTS A,D SCIE,,CEs
900210 SO5 "1302, PRIN OF SOCIOLOGY 5 12 T 004/1241 ,*EL
00A110O SOC 341 RESEARCH .'ETG0S 5 3 F 003/1341 rUS
SG05110 SOC' 351 SOCIAL PwDFLEMS. 5 10 T 003/1331 V iEJ
006110 SOC 361' SOC STAATIFICATIO 5 6 T 5003/2431 EEL
*Q19013 SOC 490 I OEPENDOET STUDy 5 TBA/ hAd
047410 SOC 974 EAST t wFST CULTS 5 9 M 1 F 093/2331 i ,'S

TRANS. & LOGISTICS COJiSES COLLEGE .OF BUSINESS 4DMINIST-:ATTIO
R05210 TRL 3b2 PRO0-MAR-LOGIST NM / 5 4 T 004/1231 -O
R05220 TRL 352 -PROD-MiRA-LOSIST N i 5 j 10 T .P 00:/2121 SoR
SR05230 TPL 352 PHUO-MAR-LO$IST MAN' 5 17. 4 008/22121 SMJ
P05310 TRL 353 TRA\SPORTAT1IOE ECOUi 5 12 T 00F/2121- (,R0
*P19019 TRL 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/ ij
S.- <: -. VA9JABLE HOURtS RANGE I 1 TO 5
R35110 TRL 551 OPERATIONS rAN lb N' 1 0 0/2121 S.J
*R39019 TRL 590 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TB/ r,;
VARIABLE HO LJFi ,ic(E IS 1 TO I


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ANR ANDREWS RICHARD W. HAJ HAHATJE JACK C. RET REYNOLDS TED

ARW ARTHUR WILLIAM J* HEE HEALY EDWARD A. ROA ROBINSON AVDREW A.

ASA ASGILL AMANDA HET HEALY THOMAS C. ROS ROSENBERG A THUR

BAJ BASSETT JIMMY F. HEW HERROLD JR IILLIAM G. ROW ROSE WARREN

BEL QEEGHLEY LEONARD HOD HOLT DENNIS M.

BER BELL ROBERT R. JAD JACOBSEN DAVID A. RUS RUSSELL SAMUEL E.
RWJ ROACH WILLIAM Jo
BIC BIER C J. JEK JENNINGS JR KENNETH M. RJ ROACH ILLIAM J.

BOC BOYLES CAROL P. JOC JONES CHARLES W.
SAD SAUNDERS DELORIS M.
BOR BOATRIGHT RONALD 0. JOJ JOSEPH JR JOSEPH J.SALTER
SAL SALTER JR LOWELL M,
BOW BOWMAN RAY D. KAJ KAUFFMAN JOEL
c SCB-- SCHWARTZ BRIAN E,
BRE BRUNSON EVELYN V. KIP KIP RICHARD D,
SCD SCHAFER DANIEL Lo
BRI BROWN IRIS G. KIR KICK JR RUSSELL C.
SCE SCHEIRER ELINOR A.
BRU BRUMBAUSH ERICH E. KIW KING WILLIAM F.
SCR SCHUPP ROBERT W,
BRW BROWN WILLIAM A. KOD KAUCHAK DONALD P.
SEJ SELPH" CARL J,
PUB BUNCH BARBARA J.
SHS SHAPIRO STEPHEN L.
CAJ CANGELOSI JAMES S.
KRL KRIEGER LESLIE H. SIR SIUDZINSKI ROBERT M.
CAW CALDWELLU WILLIAM H,
KRP KRANZ PETER L. SMJ SMITH JR JAY A.
CHE CHEEK JR, EARL H.
CKUS KUTHIALA SUDARSHAN K. SOB SOLDwEDEL BETTE J.
CHM CHAMBLI MINOR H .
CH- CAMB MINOR H LEJ LEESON JOHN J. SOD SEASE DOUGLAS R.
CLD CLIFFORDf DALE
CL CLIFFORD ALLET LEONARD THOMAS M. SOR SOCHA RONALD R.
COF COLE FREDERICK M. LLR LLOYD RAYMOND G. SPR SPARLING RONALD L.

COY COY DARWIN 0.
LUN LUND A NICHOLAS L. STW STAINBACK wILLIAM C.
CRJ CROOKS JAMES B.

DEC -DEMORT CAROLE L. TA TAYLOR JON T.
M CA MCARDLE RICHARD J.
DEG DETARNOSKY GEORGE TAT TABOR TERRY R.
MCF MCLAUGHLIN JR FRANK S.
DEJ DECKER JANE E. M TBA TO BE ARRANGED
SMCH MCASHAN HILDRETH Ho
TIE TILLEY JR EDMOND A.
DYD DYE DANIEL A. CKTIE TILLEY JR EDOND A
M' CK -MCMILLA4 KENNETH, Lo
EAJ EAVES JOHN H. TOW TOMLINSON WILLIAM H.
MCP MCLEOD PATRICK G.
EGP EGGEN PAUL D. TRE TRAYNHAM EARLE C.
MEW MERWIN WILLIAM C.
ELE ELEETHUN EDWARD D,
ELE EETUN EDAD D I MITTELSTADT JAMES W. WAJ WARD JR JAMES F.
EVJ EV S JOAN B. .
3 MOT MONGAR THOMAS M. WAL WALKER LESTER E.
FL8 FL NCHUM BETYY M.
MOW MORTON WELLINGTON C, *WEK WESTBROOK JR LESTER C.
FOR FORD ROBERT C. -
S.. ; WH ...- W ITE RIdHARD E.
FUJ FUKHOUSER' JACK NEJ NETCHER JACK R. RWI- WLLI'AMSON GE ALD R.

GAN GA IKOS MARY L. NY NYE DAVID e "W1

GEP GE NG PHILIP WIN WINTON CHRLES N.
GOB GO ZALES BENNIE R, PAS PACHORI 'SATYA S. WIW ILKTNSON WILLIAM E.

GRD GRAHAM DONALD K. PED PEASE DEAN A. WO WORDEN D01GHT G.

GRR GREGORY ROBERT H. PEJ PERRY JOSEPH M* WOL WOODS LOUIS A.

GUB GUTKNECHT BRUCE A. PIR PICKHARDOT RoBERT C. WYR IWYF RAMON

HAB HA GROVE BARBARA W. POD PORTER DAVID S. YEG YESSIN GEpSON

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THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA

LIST OF COURSES FOR SUMMER QUARTER 1974

SECTION COURSE TIME
NUMBER DEPT MUM COURSE TITLE H .BLOCK DAYS BLDG/ROOM

*A19913 ACC 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 TBA/
*A39913 .ACC 699 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 TBA/
*A67513- ART 475 GRAPHICS PRACTICUM 5 TBA/
*A68519 ART 485 SEM:ADV CERAMICS 5 .TBA/
*A69019 ART 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO '5 -
*A69513 ART 495 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 TBA/
850017 COE 300 EXPERIENTIAL STUDIES., 0 TBA/
B50417 COE 301 EXPERIENTIAL STUDIES 1 TBA/
850217 COE 302 EXPERIENTIAL STUDIES 2 TBA/
850317 COE 303 EXPERIENTIAL STUDIES 3 ) TBA/
*C19019 COM 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 3 TO, 5,
*D1901 ECO 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*D39019 ECO 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY -, TBA/I
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*D89013 EDA 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 TBA/ "
*089119 EDA 691 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*E89019 EEC .690 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*F19019 EEL 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V' TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO S
*F37613 EEL 6?6 PROFESS LAB EXPERIEN 5 TBA/
*F39019 EEL 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*F69019 ESE 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY -V TA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS I TO 5
*F87513 ESE 675 PROFESS LAB EXPERIEN 5 TBA/
*F89019 ESE 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*619013 EVO 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5. TBA/
*639019 EVO 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*H19019 FIN 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*H39419F FIN 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
'*67613~ HEN 476 COMM SERVICE INTERN 15 TBA/
*H69013 HNH 490, INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 iTBA/
*118913 HIS 400 SEMINAR: SENIOR 5 TBA/
*119019 HtS 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY : TBA/
S 'VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 5
*1690i9 yINS 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS I TO 5
*189019 INS 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*019019 LEC 49 INDEPENDENT STUDY V. TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*J39019 LEC 690 INDEPNDEPDENT STUDY V T:A/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS I TO 5
*J69019 LIT 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 3 TO 5
*K19019 MAN 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*K39219 MAN 692 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*K69319 MAR 493 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/.
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
*K89319 MAR 693 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS I TO 5
*L19019 MSC 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 5
*L51113 MUP 311 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/
*L51213 MUP 312 APPLIED MUSIC. TBA/
*L51313 MUP 313 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/
*L52113 MUP 321- APPLIED MUSIC 4 TBA/
*L52213 MUP 322 APPLIED MUSIC TBA/
'L52313 MUP 323 APPLIED MUSIC 4 TBA/
*L53113 MUP 331 APPLIED MUSIC 3 TBA/
*L53213 MUP 332 APPLIED MUSIC 3 TBA/
*L53313 NUP 333 APPLIED MUSIC 3 TBA/
*L61113 MUP 411 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/ V
*L61213 MUP 412 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/-
*L61313 NUP 413 APPLIED MUSIC 2 TBA/
*L6z213 MUP 421 APPLIED NUSIC 4 .TA/
*L62213 MU9 422 APPLIES MUSIC 4 TBA/ .
t.62313 MUP 423 APPLIED MUSIC 4 T84/
*MtaTO3 MUS 470 RECITAL i MESEARCHN TBA/
S*Mia01a3 MUS 485 SENMPIANO LITERATURE .tIBA/
l90l9 MUS 490 INOEPENDENT STUY TBA
V RIm8LEH UARS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
'M69019 NAS 490 INOEPENENT STUDY V TSA/.
i VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 5
-N17613 PHE 4?T COMM SERVICE INTERN IS T8A/ .
*#1913 PHIE 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY S TBA/
"P19019 POS 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V T8A/
9 VARIABLE HOWRS RANGE IS 2 TO 5
P67519 PSY 45 PRACTICUNm APPI. PSY V 'S TR6A/ I T
VARIABLre HOWS RANGE IS 2 TO 3
*P69019 PSY 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V T8A/
VARIABLE OURS RANGE IS 1 TO 3
*P82613 PSY 626 INDIVIDUALIZED LEARN .5 TBA/
*Q19013 SOC 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5.- TBA/
*R19019 TRL 490 INDEPENDENT STUDY V : TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE-IS 1 TO 5


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SECTION COURSE TIhNE
NUMBER DEPT NUM COURSE TITLE QH'. BLOCK DAYS BLDG/ROOM

*R39019 TRL 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY V TBA/
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5

D81110 EDA 641 PERF OBJtDEVELOP/USE 5 1 M 003/232-1
Si .5 M 003/2321
*E28013 EDU 580 SEM:SPEC STUDY-MATH 5 M W 009/2105
S7 M W 009/2105
E30410 EDU 604 CONT MTHD:CURRIC/TCH : 5 1 M 003/2321
S5 M 003/2321
F85110 ESE 551 SPEC MTHDS: SOC ST 5 1 n W F 003/2331
*A68319 ART 483 SEM:SILKSCREEN PRTG V 2 T R 004/1101
4 .4 T R 004/1101
,VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS .1 TO 5
D80811 EDA 608 INSTRUCTION SUPER 5 2 T R 008/2117
4 T R 008/2117
F02310 EEL 323 COM PROC: READING II 5 2 T R 003/2241
F37111 EEL 671 DIAGNOSIS READ DISAB 5 2 T R 004/1307
4 "* 4 T R 004/1307
F81011 ESE 610 SECONDARY SCH PROG 5 2' T R 816/ '
S4 T R 816/
H55210 HEN 352 PUBLIC HEALTH EDUC 5 ""' ? T R 004/1231'
X *L18119 MSC 481 SEMtJR HIGH TEACHER V 2 T R 009/2105 :%
S3 M W 009/2105
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 5
: M96710 NAS 967 CHEM, DRUGS & YOU 5 2 .T R 008/2121
S*A00113 ACC 301 INTERMEDIATE ACC .5 3 3 W F 008/2101
A *A05113 ACC 351 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 5 3 M W F 004/12311
A62210 ART 422 ART HISTORY IV 5 .3 M W F 003/1351
006212 ECO 362 CONSERVATION-NAT RES 5 3 M W F 008/1101
S5 M W F 008/1101
E: E00110 EDU 301 GEN METHD CURRIC 1 5 3 M W F 820/
::: E28031 EDU 580 SEM:THE COMPUTER-EDU 5 '3 M W F 003/1381
5 M W F 003/1381
E70211 EEC 502 BEH MAN:MAL-AD/DSRUP. 5 3 M W 817/ -
7- M W 8&17/
E71212 EEC 512 PSYC/ED:LEARNG DISAB 5 3 M W 817/
S 7 M 817/ -81
F06110 EEL 361 ENVIRN ST IIf SOC ST 5 3 M W F 003/2431
F17210 EEL 472 COM PROC: ART 5 3' ",'M W F 004/1303
F30010 EEL 600 ELEMENT SCH PROGRAM 5 3 M W F 008/2121
H46010 FIN 960 FAMILY FINANCE 5 3 M W F: 004/1241
'W 100810 HIS 308 U S DIPLOMATIC 5 3 M W F 003/2331
J52510 LIT 325 ENGLi BEOWULF-DEFOE 5 :3 -M W F 008/2117
K52110 MAR 321 PROD-MARK-LOG-PRIN 5 3 M W F 819/
**M54014 NAS 340 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I -6 ., 3 M W F 003/1301.
^ 9 M 004/2333
M96510 NAS 965 EARTH SUICID-SURVIVl 5 3 N F 003/1371
N00310 PHE 303 KINESTHESIS LAB I M5 3 M WF 003/2241
P05710 POS 357 URBAN POLITICS 5 3 M F 008/1141
il P50510 PSY 305 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 5 3 M W F 003/1331
Q04110 SOC 341 RESEARCH METHODS 5 3 M WF 003/1341

SA00710 ACC' 307 FEDERAL INCOME TAX 5' 4 TR 819/ .
A12110 ACC 421 ACC & FIN INFORM SYS 5 4 T R 003/2311
8 02010 BUL 320 BUSINESS LAW 1 5 4 T R- 009/2113'
SF04110 EEL 341 ENVIRON STU I SCI 5 4 T R 003/2431
F F12110 EEL 421 LIT FOR ELEM CHILD 5 4 T R 008/1141
SF17110 EEL 471 COM PROC: MUSIC 5 4 T R 820/
F17220 EEL 472 COM PROC: ART 5 4 .. T R- 003/1341
^ F32110 EEL 621 CHILD & COM SKILLS S. 5 4 T R 008/1141,-
SF52220 ESE 322 READING-SECNDRY SCHL. 5 4 T R 003/2331.
*F52213 ESE 322 READING-SECNDRY SCHL 5 4 T R 009/21.05
5 M W F. 009/2105
H60510 HEN 405 ORGAN/ADM HLTH EDUC 5 T R 003/2241
116710 HIS 407 SLCTD TPCS AFRO-AMER 5 4 T:R 003/1321
147110 HIS 971 AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY 5 4 T R 003/1331
J57310 LIT 373 POP AMER CULT LIT 5 4 TR 003/2321,
l K11210 MAN 442~ PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT 5 4 T R '009/2121
LO LO0510 :MSC 305 MATH FOR BUS SOC SCI 5 4 T R 817/
L:O L00810 MSC 308 STRUCTURE OF MATH 5 4 T R 003/1371
^ L02010 MSC 320 LINEAR ALGEBRA 5 4 T:R K008/1181
SM46410 MUS 964 GREAT PIANO MUSIC 5 4 T R 004/1303
S*M62514 NAS 425 PHYSIOLOGY 5 4., T R 004/1116
.. ;i 9 NMI 004/2401
i N00511 PHE 305 ADAPTIVE PHYS EDUC 5 R 008/1101 S
..... .. 5 MN W F 008/1101i
N01610 PHE 316 HLTH & P E; ELEM SCH 5 4 .As 7TR P 1008/2121
P50520 PSY '305 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT '.5 4 TR 003/1301
P52510 PSY 325 LEARN & MOTIVATION 5' T- 004/1241
*P960.13 PSY 960 CONFLICT:BLACK-WrHITE 5 4 TR 008/2101
P:I: R05210 TRL 352 PRODMAR -LbGIST MAN 5 4 T R 004/1231

A10210 ACC 402 COST ANALYSIS 5. 5 MW F 816/
*A55113 ART 351 PAINTING 5 ; 5 MW F 004/1101
7 MNW F 004/1101
A97010 ART 970 ITAL RENAIsSANCE ART 5 5' M W F 003/1351
E30110 EOU 601 GEN EDUC COMPETEN :.,, 5 -,..,. .:5 M:,W F 008/2121.
SF03110 EEL 331 COM PROC;: MATH 5 5 M W F 003/2331
: 196010 INS 960 ISSUES/ECOt SECURITY 5T 5 M4FWF 003/1301,:
:: J968510 LIT 485 SEM;CLSCL fKGRD WEST 5 5 M W F 008/2117
K01210 MAN 312 ADMINIS MANAGE 5. ,.:5 M.W F 004/1231
: K14410 MAN 444 INTRO TO MAN SCIENCE 5 5 ,. , F 008/1141
iii., --M51014 NAS 310 THERMODYNAMICS 5 5 M W F 004/1307
NAS 310 T9 w 004/2241


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SECTION COURSE TINm .
NUMBER DEPJ NUM COURSE TITLE QH : BLOCK. DAYS BLDG/ROOMj
N10210 PHE 402 SPORTS SCIENCE 5 5 i W F 003/1341.
P01010 POS 310 DECISION-MAKING 5 5 M W F 003/1331
P61510 PSY 415 PSYCHOMETRICS 5 5 M W F 003/2241

X A18910 ACC 489 SEMINAR: ACC PROBLEM 5 6 T R 008/1101
*A57113 ART 371 CERAMICS 5 6 T R 004/1101
8 T 004/1101
A97110 ART 971 CONCEPT CREATE DESIGN 5 6 T R 003/1301 :::
*C11719 COM 417 NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION V 6 T R 009/2113
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 3
*C78019 ECB 580 SEMINA: ST ECO & BUS V 6 T R 003/2311
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 5
*C89019 ECB 590 INDEPENDENT STUDY V 6 T R 003/2311
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 2 TO 5
'010310. ECO 403 BUS COND & FORECAST 5 6 T R 816/
D .080111 EDA 601 INTRO EDUC ADMINIST 5 6 T R 003/2241
S8 T R 003/2241
X E00012 EDU 300 INTRO EDU 5 6 T R 003/2241
8 T R 003/2241
E11110 EDU 411 GEN MTHDS CURRI II 5 6 T R 008/1141
E31316 EDU 613 PRE-SERV TCHER SUPER 5 6 T, R 008/2121 :
S8 T .. R. 008/2121
*E80413 EEC 604 SPEC ED COMPETENCIES 5 .6 T 004/1241
Ke: 8 T. 004/1241 iX
*E80513 EEC 605 SPEC ED COMPETENCIES 5 6 R 004/1241
8 R 004/1241
F02211 EEL 322 COM PROC: READING I 5 6 T R 008/2121
8 T R 008/2121
SF11110 EEL 411 EARLY CHILD EDUC I 5 6 T R 003/2321
F37210 EEL 672 ReMEDIAT READ DISAB 5 6 T R 004/1303
S601810 EVO 318 BUSINESS COMMUNIC 5 6. T.R 004/1231
651110 FIM 311 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 5 6 T P 817/ :
146710 HIS 967 CONT RACE RELATIONS 5 6 T R 003/1321
0X J61010 LIT 410 AMERICAN ENGLISH 5 6 T R 009/2105
K01220 MAN 312 AOMINIS MANAGE 5 6 T R 008/2117
SL00610 MSC 306 ELEMENTARY STATISTIC 5 6 T R 820/
**M53014 NAS 330 ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLO 5 6 T R 003/1351
M96010 NAS 960 NUCL ENER:BOON-BANE? 5 6 T R 003/1371
S P02210 POS 322 COMPARATIVE POLITICS 5 6 T R 003/1331
P50530 PSY 305 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 5 6 T R 003/2331
P60510 PSY 405 PERS DYNAM/EFF BEHAVE 5 6 T R 819/
P65510 PSY 455 SOC-PSY ASPECT-MANAG 15 6 T R 003/1341
P82510 PSY 625 ADV EDUCATIONAL PSY 5 6 T R 008/210-1
Q06110 SOC 361 SOC STRATIFICATION .5 6 T R 003/2431

000110 ECO 301 INTER MACROECONOMICS 5 7 M W F 003/1331
010210 ECO 402 PUBLIC FINANCE 5. 7 M WF 003/2331
d E00021 EDU 300 INTRO EDU 5 7 M W 819/.
11 MW 819/
E28020 EDU 580 SEM:FOUNDATIONS-EDUC 5 7 M F 003/2241
E30211 EDU 602 GEN EDUC COMPETE 5 7 M 008/2101
11 M 008/21l01
E39016 EDU 690 INDEPENDENT STUDY 5 7 M nW 819/
11 M W 8197/
SF03120 EEL 331 COM PROC: MATH 5 T MW F 003/2311.,
!\ 101110 HIS 311 MODERN EUROPE 5 7 NW F 004/1241 .
J97510 LIT 975 MENMONSTERSlL6GOOS 5 7 M W F 003/2431
K15210 MAN 452 BUSINESS POLICY 5 7 M- 003/1371
S9, M W 003/1371
K63310 MAR 433 SALES MANAGEMENT 5 .7 M W F 008/2121 *
M46310 MUS 963 BLACK MUSIC: IS IT? 5 7 M W F 004/1303
P04510 POS 345 POLITICS OF POVERTY 5 7 1M W F 816/
P51510 PSY 315 PSYCHO-BIOLOGY 5 7 M W F 003/1341

C01510 COM 315 MASS MEDIA IN AMER .5 8 T R 008/2117
080210 EDA 602 ELEMEN SCH ADMIN 5 8 T 003/1341-
-.-10" T 003/1341
S600610 EVO 306 PRINCIP OF VOC EDUC 5 8 T R 003/1371
*617619 EVO 476 SUPER WRK EXP IN BUS V 8 T R 817/
4 VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 5 TO 10
S118513 HIS 485 SEM5ORAL HISTORY 5 8 T TR 003/1301
LO0410 MSC 304 INTRO APL PROG 2 8 T R 003/2431
SM53015 NAS 330L LABORATORY 0 8 T R 004/2371 :
M97610 NAS 976 THE ORIGIN OF LIFE 5 8 T R -003/1351. i .
P65520 PSY 455 SOC-PSY ASPECT-MANAG 5 8 T R 003/13-31 ::

C00410 COM 304 WRITING PROSE 5 9 M W F 008/2117
0. D00310 ECO 303 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS 5 9 M V F 008/1101
E71010 'EEC 510 LANG DEV/COMM.DISORD 5 9 MN 004/1231 .
13 M 004/1231 .
*E80613 EEC 606 SPEC ED COMPETENCIES 5 9 W 004/1231
13 W 004/1231 :
F02110 EEL 321 COM SKILL: LANG ARTS 5 9 M W F 003/2311
F17120 EEL 471 COM PROC: MUSIC 5 9 M W F 003/2431
H56010 HEN 360 -FIRST AID LAB 3 9 M W F 003/1321 :
J40510 LIS 305 AUDIO-VISUAL SERVICE 5 9. W 003/1301
.- 11 003/1301
M46320 MUS 963 BLACK MUSIC: IS IT? 5 9 M W VF 004/1303
M54015 NAS 340L LABORATORY 0, 9 M 004/2333
13 "M 004/2333.
SM98410 NAS 984 FOOO/NUTRTION-LAYMAN 5 9 MW F 003/1351
^ N01620 PHE 316 HLTH &P Et ELEM SCH 5 9 M W F 008/2121
P06910 POS 369 PUBLIC ADMINISTRAT 5 9 M W F 003/1331 .
Q47410 SOC 974 EAST &- WEST CULTS 5 9 M W F 003/2331 ::ii

A10310 ACC 403 ACC FOR POLICY DECIS 5 10 T R 008/2101. :
A30110 ACC 601 FINANCIAL ACC 5 10 T R 008/1141 ,

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SECTION COURSE TIME
NUMBER DEPT NUM COURSE TITLE OH BLOCK DAYS BLDG/ROOM

A51310 ART 313 CRAFTS 5 10 T H 004/1101
12 T P 004/1101
C37410 COM 674 BUSINESS COMM & INFO 5 10 T P 009/2113
E30311 EDU 503 GEN EDUC COvPETEN 5 10 T. R 003/2311
12 T R 003/2311
619021 EVO 4 90 DIS:D/E-MIDDLE SCHL 5 10 jT R 004/1231
12 T H 004/1231
H02010 FIN 320 BANKING 5 10 T 003/1321
J01010 LEC 310 LAND ECONOMICS 5 10 T 008/110.1
J55510 LIT 355 POETRY 5 10 T 817/
J97710 LIT 977 CLSSCAL LIT OF INDIA 5 10 T k 003/2241
K11610 MAN 416 LABOR RELATIONS 5 10 T t 004/1241
K32210 MAN 622 ORGANIZATION THEORY 5 10 T 003/1351
L00210 MSC 302 INTRO CALCULCUS 5 10 T 003/1301
Ll11l10 MSC 411 ADVANCED ANALYSIS I 5 10 T P 008/2117
M97410 NAS 974 CON HUM HLTH PROt 5 10 T R 003/2431
P50540 PSY 305. HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 5 10 T k 003/2331
P82520 PSY 625 ADV EDUCATIONAL PSY 5 10 T R 004/1307
P85510 PSY 655 PSY OF ORGANIZE BEHAV 5 10 T R 003/1371
SQ05110 SOC 351 SOCIAL PROBLEMS 5 10 T P 003/1331
R05220 TRL 352 PROO-MAR-LOGIST MAN 5. 10 T R 008/2121

M51015 NAS 310L LABORATORY 0 11 W 004/2241
13 w 004/2241
M62515 NAS 425L LABORATORY 0 1 M 004/240.1
13 M 004/2401
N01630 PHE 316 HLTH & P E: ELEM SCH 5 11 M W F 003/2241

A12120 ACC 421 ACC & FIN INFORM SYS 5 12 T' w 003/2431
804010 BUL 340 LEG/SOC ENVIR OF BUS 5 12 T H 003/2241
D30110 ECO 601 ECO4 OF BUSIN DECIS 5 12 RT 816/
681110 FIM 611 ADV FINAN MANAGE 5 12 T R 008/1141
H10010 FIN 400 INVESTMENTS 5 12 T P 003/1301'
L00520 MSC 305 MATH FOR BUS SOC SCI 5 12 T R 003/2331
L03310 MSC 333 INTRO DISCRETE STRUC 5 12 T R 003/1321
P85520 PSY 655 PSY OF ORGANIZE BEHAV 5 12 T R 003/1331
00210 SOC 302 PRINT OF SOCIOLOGY 5 12 T R 004/1241
R05310 TRL 353 TRANSPORTATION ECON .5 12 T R 008/2121

620510 EVO 505 HIST/PHIL CAREER ED 5 13 M W F 00o/1141
G30711 EVO 607 ORGANIZ/ADM-ADULT ED 5 13 M W F 004/1303
15 M W 004/1303
*L13113 MSC 431 DATA STRUCTURES 5 13 M W F 003/1351

A10220 ACC 402 COST ANALYSIS 5 15 M W 820/
A97510 ART 975 KITSCH:BEAUTY IN ART 5 15 m n 003/2331
*C37423 COM 674 BUSINESS COMM & INFO 5. 15 M W 003/1351
D00120 ECO 301 INTER MACROECONOMICS 5 15 M W 003/1341

D30120 ECO 601 ECOY OF BUSIN DECIS 5 15 M W 816/
*D80423 EDA 604 VOCATIONAL EDUC ADM 5 15 M W 004/1241
*D80513 EDA 605 SYST DEV: ED ACCOUNT 5 15 W 003/1321
17 W 003/1321
E70010 EEC 500 INTRO SPECIAL EDUC 5 15 W. 003/1331
17 W 003/1331
G51120 FIM 311 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 5 15 M W 008/1101
146610 HIS 966 WOMEN ROLE PAST/PRES 5 15 M W 003/2431
161010 INS 410 EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLN 5 15 M W 003/1301
*J17013 LEC 470 POLICIES & PROBLEMS 5 .15 M W 008/1181
J57110 LIT 371 MASTERS-WRLD LIT 5 .15 M W 009/2105
K21210 MAN 512 ORGANIZATIONAL MAN 5- 15 M 003/1371
K34410 MAN 644 QUANT MAN ANALYSIS 5' 15 M W 009/2113
K52130 MAR 321 PROD-MARK-LOG-PRIN 5 15 M W 003/2321
K63210 MAR 432 ADVERT/SALES PROMOTE 5 15 M W 817/
L00620 MSC 306 ELEMENTARY STATISTIC 5 15 M W 008/1141
L03010 MSC 330 INTRO COMP SCIENCE 5 15 M W 008/2117
M70010 NAS 500, SPEC TOPICS:NAT SCI 5 15 k W 004/1307
P18510 POS 485 SEM:COMMUNITY POLIT 5 15 M W 003/2311
P53510 PSY 335 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 5 15 M W 003/1381
P60710 PSY 407 ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR 5 15 M W 819/
P61520 PSY 415 PSYCHOMETRICS 5 15 M w 003/2241
R35110 TRL 651 OPERATIONS MAN 5 15 W 008/2121

A10910 ACC 409 AUDITING 5 17 W 008/1101
A20110 ACC 501 BASIC ACCOUNTING 5 17 M 'V 008/1141
SD37310 ECO 673 STAT FOR BUS & ECONO 5 17 M-W 816/
K01230 MAN 312 ADMINIS MANAGE 5 17 M W 003/2241
SK84310 MAR 643 MAR MANAGE & INSTIT 5 17 N W 003/1301
L00420 MSC 304 INTRO APL PROG 2 17 M W 003/2331
*L08019 MSC 380 SEM:COROL PROGRAMMING V 17 N W 003/1371
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 1 TO 5
M46510 MUS 965 LIBRETTOS &. LIT 5 17 M W 004/1303
*P17519 POS -475 PRACTICUM I V 17 M W 009/2105
VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 5 TO 15
*P17619 POS 476 PRACTICUM II V 17 i 003/1351
MAN VARIABLE HOURS RANGE IS 5 TO 15
R05230 TRL 352 PRO-MAH-LOGIST MAN 5 17 M. 008/2121


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S.. THE HALYARD- May 1974 Page 19B
FOOT-NOTE KEY
+ Class meets Mon and Wed 12:00 Noon to 4:00 p.m. June 17 July 19
++ Class meets Tue and Thu 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon June 17 July 19
# Class meets Tue and Thu 12:00 Noon to 4:00 p.m. June 17 July 19
## Class meets Tue and Thu 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. June 17 July 19
& Class meets Mon and Wed 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. June 17 July 19
&& Class meets Mon-Tue-Wed-Thu 8:30 a.m. to 12;30 p.m.- June 17 July 19
% Class meets M6nhand Wed 12:00 Noon to 4:00 p.m. :July 22 Aug 23
Permission signature required
%% Class meets Tue and Thu 12:00 Noon to 4:00 p.m. July 22 Aug 23
'Permission signature required. Must register for EDU-580, ESE-322 and MSC-481
$ Class meets Mon only 1:30p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
$$ Class meets Tue only 1:30 p.m. to 5:50 p.m.
Class meets Wed only 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
C Class meets Wed only 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
= Class meets Mon and Wed 12:00 Noon to 2:05 p.m.
@ Class meets Tue and Thu 12:00 Noon to 4:00 pm.. July- 22 Aug 23
@@ Class meets Mon and Wed 12:00 Noon to 4:00 p.m July 22 Aug 23


Courses with Section Numbers ending in "1" will meet in Time Blocks, and on days
indicated June 17 July 19.
Courses with Section Numbers ending in "2" will meet in Time Blocks, and on days
indicated July 22 Aug 23.
Courses with Section Numbers ending in "6" will require a Permission Signature
and will meet-on days indicated in the schedule by foot-note, July 22 -
Aug 23.



What Is a Quest Program?


A Quest Program is a short course, a workshop, an institute,
a seminar, a clinic or any other similar program of a non-credit
nature.


These programs are individually designed to meet narrowly
defined needs such as professional development or to satisfy
an individuals "quest" for knowledge.



To obtain further information or to initiate a program contact
the Division of Continuing Education, UNF at 646-2700

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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA
1974 SUMMER QUARTER EXAMINATION SCHEDULE

TIME BLOCK DAY TIME
1 Monday, Aug 19 7:30 9:30 a.m.
2 Tuesday, Aug 20 7:30 9:30 a.m.
3 Monday, Aug 19 9:40 11:40 a.m.
4 Tuesday, Aug 20 9:40 11:40 a.m.
5 Monday, Aug 19 11:50 a.m. 1:50 p.m.
6 Tuesday, Aug 20 2:00 4:00 p.m.
7 Monday, Aug 19 2:00 4:00 p.m.
8 Tuesday, Aug 20 4:10 6:10 p.m.
9 Wednesday, Aug 21 2:00 4:00 p.m.
10 Tuesday, Aug 20 6:20 8:20 p.m.
11 Monday, Aug 19 4:10 6:10 p.m.
12 Tuesday, Aug 19 8:30 10:30 p.m.
13 Wednesday, Aug 21 5:10 7:10 p.m.
15 Monday, Aug 19 6:20 8:20 p.m.
17 Monday, Aug 19 8:30 10:30 p.m.
20 Saturday, Aug 17 8:30 10:30 a.m.
Make-Up Exams Wednesday, Aug 21 7:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m.
Grades are due in the Office of Student Records on Friday, August 23 at 10 a.m.


Self Help Offered
A short course

Self-Hypnosis Training for Self-Development

will be offered each Thursday for four weeks
from 6-7:30 P.M. beginning


June 6, 1974

Fee: '75"
In order to register, contact the Division of Continuing
Education, UNF at 646-2700




THE HALYARD May 15, 1974 Page 21B


Atlanta editor talks to journalists
BY RUTH SKAPYAK criteria for existence, should alert Murphy state his hope for the
those in communications to their growth within the. profession of
"Raising the credibility the responsibility of responding to journalism: "Man will not merely
news media should be one,of the oor nation's problems lit a endure: he will prevail, and it is
aims of all men and womea in the "hiah-minded sort of way." art that will help him to prevail."
field of communication, especially
at this time in our nation's
S .,"..." Phistory" explained Reg Murphy, He shared his vibrant person-
editor of the Atlanta Constitution. ality by joking about Professor William Roach, vice
experience during hs ordel: president of the chapter Sigma
.expeeince during his ordeal:
Murphy addressed the local "But know you didn't come here Delta Chi is instructor of
chapter of Professional Journa- to listen to me philisophize y'all Communication at UNF and it
lists, Sigma Delta Chi at a dinner are here to see what someone was through his efforts that Reg
at NAS Jacksonville. Members of who's been kidnapped looks like." Murphy addressed the many
the chapter and their guests, Murphy further explained his men and women of Jacksonville's
including University .of. North tactic of keeping his captor communication profession.
Florida communication majors, interested by telling stories,
joined city officials in welcoming stories Murphy had read over the Stud abroad
the editor. He gained the nation's years in his work and his literary
attention when he was kidnaped background. tHis sum er
on Feb. 20, and released for um
S$700,000 ransom.
a MURPHY SPOKE g of his QUOTING FROM William of Con
MURPHY SPOKE of Faulkner's acceptance speech of The Division of Continuing
Experience but his main intention the Nebel Prize for Literature, Education, University of North
was to bring to the newly formed Florida, is offering for the first
chapter the challenge to mafatain time an international study
high standards in their profes- j program,
sion. He cited the results of a
report of the nation's response of The subject of the program is
bd faith in instutions: news media the British Infant Schools of
c e ha listed sixth with faith in the office.. MI IV London and Bristol, England,
.lotes, Jo ,..... ... oof presidency as last. h where an on-the-site study will be
in welwth edent ppulsn theo tho e rwod ys doone. Included in the program is
wFstu dent- i m hJob ThT a anncw atod t m
This situation in a country, round-trip travel from Miami to
ohn e at eads jazr e ra i er London and Bristol, England via
oh Thoma leea sjazz combo,too where freedom is necessary Nassau, Luxe ourg, Belgium
Ta s N and other European countries;
meals and accommodations; and
........ast d. program instruction.
TVanchor an is UNFstudent Cost for the twenty day
DALE EDELBERG opinions, not jdst from young called them to the attention of the program for the twenty day
AND people but also from the older, media. However, he said, program is leav per person. The
CAROLYN KENYON more established students here. "Without the free press, those gJune 2, 1 Five hour ami on
UNF POLITIAL SCIENCE The viridty of age groups in UNF citizens would not have come' credit may b1eerned for theo
major, John Thomas not only is atypical.of the college campus forward with the charges. oThey program thru e course EDU
takes a full course load but he has but certainly more reflective of would have leaved reprisals -and 580 Seminar: Utdies in Educa-
his own jazz trio which is the status quo. would not have fe.t o et. .. -tion. Registration information
presently playing every Saturday This according to Thomas concerning ;their anonymity", ". 6;1. (which must. W completed by
S night at St. Augustine. allows him a special insight at Jacksonvlle is. a bs" June 3, 1974)'ay be obtained
election time as to why people city to keep a neis titgs i from the Divt of ontining
T Ia sEfrom the DivImin of Continuing
That iS besides working a 50 vote the way they do. and Thomas said that about 75 to Education, UNF, P.O. Box 17074,
Sour week as news director for THOMAS SEES ONE of UNF's 80 per cent of the news on the o Jacksonville, Florida; 32216 --
Channel 4, perhaps Jacksonville's attributes as making college more show is local. .(904)-646.2700.
most prestigious television available to students who But Thomas as news director is
p station ... .normally could not afford to get a acutely aware of everything that
erehigher degree. He is rightly is happening In t-state. has I ORTED
ng oeone on impressed with the faculty here his ear to the gikhd for an.y;."i .. CLOTHING /
television for so many years, one as well as. the academic of political rumbllhg, ''and
feels that he is a long time friend. programs. therefore was not' surprised At all
After meeting Thomas in person, e i
that feeling is intensified rather Born in Ashville, N.C., Thomas :when the equal rights amend-
than diminished. A very open and sees Jacksonville as his perman- ment was not passed by the
sincere person, Thomas talked ent residence now. He is as Florida legislature. "'Florida is
freely concerning his work, his committed to the city and to the simply a very conservative
interests and how he felt about people who live here as he is to states he said. The politicians
the future of the news media in fairness and good journalism, are not ready to give up their
general. His. down-to-earth atti- '' ou have got to beaggressive traditional ideals. t -
tude, easy smile and quick wit to be a good journalist," he said. THOMAS FEELS THAT Gov,
makes you feel comfortable. "You can not be afraid to point Askew, with his odd blend of
S T L out the ills of the community.' preacher conversatism and politi-
AVERAGE HEIGT LAGE Thmas agrees that Channel 4 cal liberalism is the best thing
build, dark straight, carefully has been deemed the most liberal that has happened to Florida.
clipped hair, dark snapping eyes, media in the city. And that has its
casual clothes, John Thomas fits consequences. Thomas says he is Although he spentomany years
in well with the student populous, on the phone two days out of five as a reporter, in the middle of
However, everyday at 2 p.m. he with an attorney. eseilly eny as being anhor-
makes the transition to anchor THIS IS ONE of the reasons emap. Putting together newswh
Sman for one of the citie eadng Thomas has decided notto stop show is a complex process, unlike
news team. c with a political science degree, he a newspaper reporters, Koa
is hoping That UNF will establish journalists have to- ferret out ,',
"Idlenhess...can't stand itev a law school sohe can eventually the most pertinent news and cut
said Thomas in a recent interview earn a law degree. that as-short-'a possible while
and his frenetic schedule is proof One of the interesting things tharying to eas ep short as possible while /
that he practices what he Thomas talked about was te ring to visually effective. -/
preaches, media and politics in Jackson- onyll minutes of raw ews on
But going back to school for ville. As anyone who has lived in a 30 minute show. That means o
Thomas, who was recently Jacksonville for*several years will every second of news time has got
appointed news director at WJXT recall, Jacksonville suffered a real to count and a lot of careful
after 11 years as a reporter, is a political scandal and upheaval in planning adn editing goes into
personal thing, the '60's with several leading every show. Perhaps the most
politicians ending up in prison important qualification that
"I WENT DIRECTLY from and a complete new form of Thomas didn't mention is a real _
high school into radio;" he said, government being voted in by the 'sense for news' and an ....
"never getting the education I people of Jacksonville. Thomas awareness of what is happening
had planned on." Although a was quick to point out that he in the community.
degree in political science is not personally believed that Consoli-
going to affect his position at dated City Government would UNF is not an ordinary school
Channel 4, Thomas looks at his never have been passed by the nor does it have ordinary 1 17 ark
learning experience at UNF as people except for the corruption students. John Thomas is a good Street
something to exercise the mind. that was rampant in local example of the diversity of the Street
S "You can fall into a routine no government at that time. The student body.
matter what your position is," he news media played a large role in HE EXEMPLIFIES THE ren-
said. "I felt Iwas getting out of exposing the graft and corruption aissance man who perceives
touch with young people." in Jacksonville. learning as a joyful experience
What is great about UNF AGAIN, THOMAS GAVE rather than an irrelevant task CI
according to Thomas is that he credit to local citizens who were required for social status. 5 P in"Its
S can experience a. crossfire of aware of these problems and and monetary gain.




Pae 22B May 1, 1414 THE HALYARD

Gre v a prio bl a
I, -:. -^ .f .
"' BY NORM LENO, JR. "the football team may have an
e A" effect on how the people will
l av.qJacksonville has a pro football support the team.
... team, so now what? The team has
not even played its first game,
Sand already some fans Ia the people ae toldtheyare
Sa .i s rportswriters are trying to bury not expected to support a losing
S. a t. team, then why should they? If it
Sis expected the people will not
....e, ac':ly ad s s t .a support the team because they
S-. i Hockey has come and gone are apathetic, they will tend to be
Ait several times, ,and baseball is apathetic.
Struggling along to get the
S w : a -e attendance they need to survive.
The history of pro-sports in
".4 Jacksonville has been pretty bad. MOST PEOPLE are easily led
'F o i. and in most cases, not in a
SOpinions for each side have direction which they had planned
on, High pressure tactics are used
been expressed, with good points o. High press e tactics are use
on both sides. "Pro football can every day with great success.
S. e e only survive if Jacksonville has a
Sand winning team." "Jacksonville
S will support the team because of My only hope is the people of
n the local talent playing for the Jacksonville will not be swayed by
lb o the media or by friends, who like
to believe themselves to be
clairvoyants.
If IS BEYOND me as to how
anyone can see into the future of
the club and decide whether or Gie pro
Snt it will last or be forced into Give pro football a chance
bankruptcy. before you decide who was right
for the or who was wrong. Pr football
Swill put Jacksonville on the map
Ftaty on e mmd erIs Ma eep2ad il the teeameht. as far as pro-sports are
Salbob mil down the St. Jons River during the First Annual Mayer's Cup Reatta. I feel to much talk about how cnerned. asY ro YOU'LL

Chess the people of this city will support LIKE IT.
SOSS Stormy sailing for Regatta Ths pb do. w



Sto u rna eyn t a "M ayo Cup R gat n t T h ra ob t a Hor Bs
turned S atil boats ra ce on S Johns tE
p'anne '* ""-" -"*




boaers b wser c wh wde teuenrrnty Pepp
n e is s w nBY NORM LENO, s e. have had a hell of a time in that a I the Cruisehor s tFleet A, s ietiv le d ae ve
boat" Randy said'Cruiser ClassFleetA, ave aeetg O. wver-
Student activities is sponsoring The participants in The First a sPorle took first with Richard ssty cmmnit.
a chess tournament to take place Annual Mayor's Cup Regatta, not The race went on,but boats Horton in the second spot. third
May 20, 21 and 22. only had to compete with other were capsized and their crews pace in the class was taken by
boaters, but were faced with were tossed into the rough St. Henry Pepper.
The tournament,.is open to strong winds and four-foot swells. Johns River. Most of theSail
students, faculty and staff spectators in boats along the .e Criserlass Fleet B, was
members of the University of Although the day startedout course had a busy day fishing the n by Her Elphic. Greg
North Florida. Anyone interested well, about 45 minutes before the boat rs from the water, and Parker finished second.
should sign up in the Student ir*st.boat croped the finish line, towing in the disabled crafa.
Activities office before the the clouds darkened and the OVERALL aPORTSMOUTH
competition begins, sailing got rough. Sam Poole won the Mayor's class winners were: 1. Greg
Cup with a time of 4 hours, 14 Wallace, 2. Steve Frizzell, 3. The office of Student Activities
Rules will be informal and Randy Wilsey, a student at minutes and 34 seconds, followed Peter Flick. is looking into the possibility of
beginners are welcome to UNF, was a crew member of one closely by Gre Wallace. Both forming a sailing club at the
participate. of the boats. "The day started Poole and Wallace, will have their University of North lorida.
really beautiful, but the last two names engraved on the cup, for Sam Poole took first place-in
*hours of the race, it was really theig day's effort. the Overall Offsoundings class Any student; facility or staff
hell, especially for the smaller also. Herb Elphick was second, member interested in--sailing can
postponed boats," explained Randy. First place in the Hobie 14 class and in third place was Richard contact Mike Argento in the
SRANDY WAS aboard a 17-foot was Steve Frizsell, followed by HortStdent Activities for further
The billiards tournament sche- craft. They were only eight miles Peter Flick and Bubba Ball. information.
duled for April 29, has been into the 20-mile race, when they The event is to be an annual "We are looking into yhe
postponed until the completion of realized they had little chance of The Snipe class was won by affair, and the co-sponsors, The possibility of purchasing sailing
the phase II buildings. winning, so they turned around Glen Evans. Second in the class craft for the University," said
and headed back. went"to Andy Fox. Jacksonville Rudder Club and Argento.
Anyone interested in this Jacksonville Recreation Depart-
competition should watch for It was a good thing they WINNERS IN the Hobie 16 ment, feel the regatta was a great There are so many references
further information about the decided to turn back before they class were:' 1. Ted Halmenth, 2. success and are looking forward to nautical terms on the campus,
rescheduling of the event. were too far into the race. "We'd Phil Chikdress, 3. Larry Watsin. to next year's race.. Halyard, Mariner, and even the
University symbol, that it isonly
fitting UNF have a sailing club.
Sues to rise for road series UNF golfers
The Jacksonville Suns will May 19, 20, 21 and 22. After the gettopho nors iU
return home after a 10-day road series with Savannah; the Suns et to onors
trip to face Columbus, May 16, 17 will be back on the road for a KENZIE DAVIS, hitting .300, Sr
and 18, at Wolfson Ball park. four-game series. comes to JacksonVille from the
Savannah will be the opposition Phil Younge and Jerry
for the Sus in a four game seriesLaBarbara took top honors in the
The Suns will be back home to California League, m which he field of 41 golfers m an intermural
take on Orlando May 27, 28, 29 played last year. He broke the golf tournament held April 26, at
RHAMand 30. Orlando is in first place in stolen bases record for that Willow Lakes Golf Club. MONDAY MAY 20 UNF vs
DURS the Southern League. league with a total of 82. Brads Glass 7:40 Dinsmore-7330
CYDUMS t First place for low gross went to Civic Club Rd.
CYCLES WEEKDAY GAMES start at The Suns pitching staff is Younge. There was a tie for
/ 7:35 p.m., Saturday games begin composed of some fine players: second between Richard Haspel
at 7:05 p.m., and Sunday games Curt Ison, Rubin Garcia, Monty and Bobby Bush.
X get underway at 2:05 p.m. Montgomery and Tom Brono. WEDNESDAY MAY 22, rUNF
vs Southside Blueprint 7:40
/ As we go to press, the Suns are General admission for home Low net honors was taken by cketville-3327 Lanes Ave.
% 12-12 for the season. Leading the games is: adults $1.50, 16 and LaBarbera with Bob Croft
team in batting are: Craig Perkins under 75 cents, 12 and under 50 finishing second.
batting .390, and Pickles Smith cents and senior citizens will be MONDAY MAY 27, UNF vs
hitting .340. admitted for 50 cents. FBI 8:50 Norwood-6014 Norwood
Tony Davis took home a trophy Ave.
.Reserve seats for the Suns for the longest drive. The longest
3 Atlatic Blvd. Smith is also leading the league games are $2 and box seats cost putt for the. day was made by WEDNESDAY MAY 29 UN
tin home runs with seven so far' $2.50. Season tickets for the 59 H.H. McAshan, and Bill Mervin WEDNESDAY MAY 29, UNF
A antlC Beach, Fl. this year, and leads the league in remaining home games can be won honors for having his tee shot vs Safe Lite 7:40 Picketville-3327
(L*4TW RBI's. purchased for $85. come closest to the pin. Lanes Ave.




THE HALYARRD May 15, t49% ge 23B

Pie-eating prowess put to test
BY NORM LENO JR.
For quite some time, I have my first attempt at stardom in the The tug of war is a team event,
been trying to find where my world of sports. My first venture however no one is willing to have
athletic abilities lie. Throughout into the world, of sports will take me on their team. I have been
my childhood, I tried and failed at place at the UNF May festival. good at pulling strings in the
most of the sports I attempted. These events seem well-suited for past, so an open challenge to
my talents. anyone who feels he o- she can.
Very discouraging to me, but beat me will be made.,
the truth is, I have- no talent. PIE EATING is my strong
Since this discovery, I have not point. Surely this event will Dr. Loftin led the Sawmill
given up. I follow sporting events witness a record-breaking display Slough to numerous awards in B ---
closely, and have gained of my talent. A week of vigorous last year's competition. For this
tremendous knowledge in the training, almost assures me of reason I have challenged him to a
area of sports. winning the event, or at least grudge match in the canoe races.
promises the Bookstore a sell-out f '
With the knowledge I have of their entire stock of .
gained, I feel as though it is time Alka-Seltzer. IF DR. LOFTIN loses the race
to find my place in the world of ahe has promised to shave his. .- ...........
sports. I know there is a place for In the past, tricycle racing has beard off. If I lose, my teddy bear
me on someone's team, in some always been my weak point. To will be his.
sport. condition myself for the event, I
have been taking two laps around
IN THE WEEKS to come, I.will the block I live onThis may not Look for the outcome of the
report my adventures in the have helped my physical Halyard's the outcome of the
various sporting areas in which I Ha red's Super-Pro in the next
will prove I am athletic. endurance, but my neighbors finl issue of this paper. You might be
Due to the copy deadline for the it enjoyable to see me make a fool surprised--I just might win int
Halyard, the next issue will carry out of myself. something.



UNF archers [left to right] Richard Kilbride, Olvi. Fern .de
SDeli Whittle at the Stetson University competition.

Archers place I th
The team is looking forward to next year's tournament which will
the indoor archery season, as this be held in California.
was the last outdoor event
Scheduled for this season. When asked if he felt the team,
"There is always next year" as a whole, was satisfied with the
seemed to express the entire results of the competition,
teas sentien n e Williams replied, "Hell, you're
feeling runs high that next year never satisfied unless you win."
s"on wn. o h Rthey will winitunless you win.
Bse 6. He added that the team :was reflected their disappointment
U~ re. as s Y.6. ; o i looking forward to participatingin with the final results.

.7 Sport equipment available

The University of North Florida Mr. Reisinger, Director of
p,. provides equipmenthfor the use of Student Activities, said "Our
Shave a winning team this i r p n l G sBFacurlty, and itl
the student, Faculty, and staff at object is to serve the students
the equipment check oet in in anything they need or want." If
.parking lot 4. Student Activities does not have
The check out hours are 9 something you might need, they
a.m.-7 p.m. Mon.* thru Thurs. will try their best to get it for you.
urs are ----------------------s
.Friday hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The equipment is available for
check out on a first come first NEED
serve basis.
Other equipment for the use of SOMETHING...
despite spectator apaty the UNF family are Volleballs,
basketballs, soccer balls, badmit- T sell?
and balls, and archery equip- T bT
Softball team off to fine start ton equipment, tennis rets -rbouy?
ment. a book a Am, a car?
The University of North Florida SEVEN VETERANS from last they are getting from the "UNF Canoeing seems to be the most Loo fr a book, de, a ar
(UNF) Softball Team is off to a year's team are playing for UNF Family." Davis feels the team popular in the summer months. TRY,
fine start in the Mens City B this year. This will no doubt help could play much better if they had There are eight canoes available
Softball League this season. in the attempt for a winning team. some support from the University' for check out now with three more, advertising in
in the stands. on the way.
In preseason activity, the UNF "As compared with last year's Most of the games are played In July, Student Activities is THE HAL YARDS
team scored two wins in their first team, we seem to have a better on the other side of town, but planning to include camping ClaS~ filed A dV.ertiing
two outings. The first regular defensiveteam, and also a better anyone wishing to watch the team gear, (stoves, tents, ect.) and alm
season game with Fulcher's Gulf hitting team, said Davis in action, could probably get fishing equipment. The lakes will
kept the team in the winning league and UNF together with others and car-pool be open to fisherpersons on mte cest is sma -- cents'a word
spirit. Its a tough league, and UNF to the game. campus in July. en word r two oncu
irthas a long way to go, but the team t a ttp5r cents a words ,i hfodr to e cronsetiv
UNF downed Fulchers team hopes to make the play-offs this in an attempt to introduce the With the, completion of phase imaos or momrei lni. M aum
with a 13-3 score and then faced a year. team to the people of UNF "The II, other equipment will be
tough team from The Keg. The Davis has done some scouting team will take on any, and all available. Plans include recrea- me s *. pner
Keg put down the winning ways and says, "From the looks of the challenges by UNF clubs or tion rooms complete with pool pa vment must accompy order.
of the UNF team by a 8-2 score. other teams, it's going to be a groups," Davis announced, tables, ping-pong tables,.and the
increasingly popular football, The HAL YARD iwaervea thoriuM
tough season." (Imto act as sole edge of the
THE THIRD GAME of the tough ses. ......
season saw UNF come back ONE OF THE things bothering sWamitv of any and all
strong winning over Charles the team is the lack of Nsupport II N S averting copy submitd for
ilHIIII AIHHH.lmlIIHIIHHWHHjilNI pubication, and the right to edit,
Bassett Assoc. 16-8. Ca id PHYSICAL FACILITIES: Custod- COLLEGE OF EDUCATION: revise, or/ reject any copy or
UNF's record as of May 7, was advertisel et S ial Workers-S4.698.00; Custodial Clerk Typist II (2) i ustration for ads.
2-1. The team batting average is Supervisor 1-5,073.84; Custodial Clerk Typist II (2)-5,387.04. No "pro ccep
.407, with Wayne Hendricks STUDENTS-earn while you learn. Supervisor I.5,721.12; Operating No "rson" et.
leading the team at .714. Part-time work promises good Engineer I-6,472.80; Eng. Tech. INFORMATION SYSTEMS: Key- Deadline for Classified Ad
Player-coach. Larry Davis is money and invaluable experience II-7,537.68; Campu Security punch Operator.
pleased with his team, and hopes to those who qualify. For 1Police Officer-8,878.18a Srpt c
to have a winning team this interview, phone Paul C. Glass at BOOKSTORE: Sales Clerk I
season. 268-6637. -LIBRARY: Clerk Typist II- Cashier/OPS-2.30 per hour; Sales Tuesday, May 21
5,387.04; Keypunch Opera- Clerk 1-4,802.40.
Last year the team finished the Reprints of all Halyard photos tor/OPS-2.61 per hour. Contact. THE HAL YARD
first half of the season third place available. For more information UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT: CENTRAL RECEIVING: Store- Room 13St, Bldg. 3
in the league, but dropped to fifth contact: The Halyard office or ciHl Director Development Service. keeper II-7.015.68. - ..-
by the end of the season. 646-2817.






Page 24B May 15, 1974 THE HALYARD


GJEO goals explained Fine rules altered
[from page 1B]
What is the GJEO? What are sickle-cell anemia detection Freeman said in his presen- includes withholding of diploma, required. If these additional fees
its functions in the community? centers to numerous day care station that CAA programs such as official notices of degree receipt, are not paid within the time
These and otherrelevant questions services provided for working the GJEO are not "hand outs" and official confirmations of good specified, the student's registra-
these and other relevant mothers, but are designed for people in standing.) tion status will be adjusted to
questions were answered by Although the programs are unfortunate circumstances to help 2. The student will not be agree with fees paid. The
Moses Freeman, executive di- labeled differently, the phil- themselves. allowed to re-register for an Controller will so notify the
rector of the Greater Jacksonville osophy is the same: 1. identify the One-third of all poor are elderly ensuing term. student. A copy of that letter will
Economic Opportunity (GJEO) victim; 2. relieve the immediate people. The GJEO recently took On indebtedness is settled, go to the Director of Records and
when he spoke to Dr. Gran essential need; 3 determinethe action to acquire extra Social the above holds will be Registration. The Directr will
ni dns ,P r essential needhi 3. determine the securtv pa r benefits^ sh dr ranscri ll delete the ourse(s) necessary
Lloyd's venture class, Poverty in defiencies which have caused Security payment benefits for withdrawn. Trand the student will be notify the student of the
the United States. more than 700 of the elderly in dispatched and the student will an
poverty; 4. establish an individu- Duval County. This action, be allowed to register.the student fas to
The GJEO was organized in 2. If the student fails to pay
The GJEO was organized in Freeman stated is an example of B. NON-PAYMENT OF RE- the additional fee resulting from
1964 duin the Johnson lzed course other immediate participation of the GISTRATION FEE. Cancellation graduate classification, the con-
administration under the Co allied course of remedial action; agency in serving the needs of the of registration will result for the, troller will notify the student that
munity Action Agency (CAA) and 5. move the victim through impoverished in the community. following reasons: his classification is being changed
program. Its functions vary from the course successfully. following reasons: his classification is being changed
1. Non-payment of registra- to undergraduate status. A copy
tion fee. will be sent to the Director of
W o S 2. Issuance of a bad check for Records and Registration, and the
W omen 8 Supenority Argued payment of registration fees, Director will make the change.
unless prompt restitution is The Director will notify the
made. student that the changes) has
BY PETER LAVORO males and the fact that by and keeping them in the home. This The members noted that if the been made and, in or aer to regain
large women are susceptible to obvious chauvinist view was Un ier bteess o tto term, the student must make
Dr. Barbara Hargrove, Chair- fewer diseases than men. demolished when Dr. Hargtove paiversity is lack register action application to the Records Office.
man of the Department of succinctly stated that most cancelled, the student is no 11. EXCEPTIONS. An ex-
Sociology at UNF, was the accidents take place in the home. ca"celled the stent is EXC policy may be
Soa dgyFielding questions with the longer indebted to the University, emption to this policy may be
featured guest on the television ease of a well-seasoned pro, Dr. and is. therefore eligible to granted for any student approved
show, 30 Below. Hargrove handily dismissed a HARGROVE, A DOCTOR OF resister for a subsequent term. for a University recognized
Dr. Hargrove appeared before number of poorly articulated, SOCIOLOGY, was born and C. NON-PAYMENT OF LATE financial aid program and
a panel of four men and a emotionally biased questions raised in Colorado and attended FEE.The members recommend registered with the status of fees
moderator (also male) to defend Colorado State University for two that if the student has paid all pending.
current theories advancing the One panelist paraphrased Mar- years before dropping out and fees with the exception of the late 111. APPELLATE GROUP.
superiority of women over men. garet Mead as saying that males fee his, registration not be After lengthy discussion, the
determine the important roles in canceled, but his transcript be Committee recommends that the
D. HARO E ex d hr society and take them upon becoming a wife and withheld and further registration present Fees Committee (Messrs.
DR. HARGROVE explained her themselves, leaving the less subsequently the mother of four denied as described in A. 1 and Andreu, Coy, Miss Crppen) be
concept of the superiority of important roles to women. Dr. children. After fulfilling the A 2 above. the initial appellate group to
women over men from such traditional role, she returned to review appeals resulting from
varied viewpoints as: the innate Hargrove pointed out, however, Colorado State College and there D. PA AL PA NT OF re commendations listed in this
biological superiority of the XX that in another book by Margaret received her Ph.D.in Sociology. FEES. Partial payment results memorandum. The discussion
chromosome over the XY Mead dealing with the Tscham- when a student sts fo one considered the fact that the
chromosome; superiority based bali tribe in New Guinea, the l a course an pays that fee, then present committee is composed of
on the cultural and biological males spend their time in creative She came to the University of pay the additional fee, or when a department heads and could give
development of basic human pur suits to JJsly of pay the additional fee, or when a the appearance of "power
skidevelopment of basic human pusuits,fixing each others hair, North Florida in the fall of 1973 to student's classification changes tactics" and vested interest in fee
mpirical data on the survensitivity; etc., while the females are the sex take up her present position as from undergraduate to graduate collection rather than the
emrical data on the survivability aggressors and spend their time Chairman of the Department of during the registration period and appearance of interest inthe
of females over males in ite of fishing. Male and female roles sociology. In addition to her the student fails to pay the individualconcerned. In the final
the higher birthadito in the of I t individual concerned. In the final
aree e reverse of what we duties as department head, Dr. additional classification assess- analysis the ability of this
experience them to be in our menti committee t eeitisly and
society. me. Committee to expeditiously and
Bridge ii ed i Hargrove is presently engaged in 1. If the student fails to pay judiciously process appeals out-
working with a team of the additional fee for an added weighed other arguments. The
[from page 1B] IN RESPONSE to a question researchers in Berkley, Cali- course, the Committee recom- student has the right to appeal
"INDIAN HEART ISLAND" is asking what is wrong with the fornia, investigating the .new mends' that the' student be decisions made by this-Commit-
now officially open. Students may traditional role for women, Dr. religious consciousness, notified by the University tee to the President, or 'his'
now officially open. Students may traditional role for women, Dr. Controller that additional fees are designee.
use it for a variety of activities, Hargrove states that the Controller that additional feesare designee-
such as sunbathing, picnicking, traditional role for women is no --
viewing the fish, or simply to longer a full time job, and that
meditate. Bostwick, however, more' sharing of chores both Your University Bank
cautions visitors to the lake and inside and outside the home u U n ii y B an k
the island for there may be one,
even two, alligators in the lake. would be of benefit to both males
He himself has seen one and females. She pointed out that
approximately seven feet and she is not advocating doing away
another about four feet long. with' the family or the
abandonment -of traditional fe- Complete Banking Serice
Use of the island is particularly male roles.
for the students, but Bostwick
would appreciate it if motorcycles- a Sa
and even cars' (a volkswagen Citing a theory proposed by S w Los
already ventured across the Ashley Montague concerning the
bridge) keep off the island. After difference in chromosome struc-
all, it's not a racetrack but "a ture of men and women,
people island, and we hope to Hargrove countered an assertion
plant many trees and flowering by one of the panelists that men
shrubs to give some shade to might simply wear out fasterdue Open 9 AM to 3 PM M on.-Thurs.
people," stated Bostwick. to more activity. The chromosome
HE ALSO HAS something else theory concerns itself with 9 AM to 6 PM Fri.
in mind, a' "crazy idea" as he sex-linked diseases and deficien-
puts it, but it sounds attractive. cies and it is asserted that the X
Bostwick would like to build a chromosome is the stronger
small replica of a dutch windmill, chromosome, women thus being
Not just for the novelty of it, but stronger by virtue of having two X Drive-In Tellers: 8:30 AM to 4 PM M on.-Thurs.
rather for practical purposes--the chromosomes (XX) as opposed to
windmill could help with solving males with only one X 8:30 AM to 630 PM Fri
the irrigation problem of the lawn chromosome and one Y chromo- 830 A M to "O P Fri.
on the island. some (XY).
There are other possible uses of
Indian Heart Island" and IT WAS BROUGHT out during
Bostwick could use some help in the discussion that there is no
picking the right one. Students actual proof of any innate
asked to submit them to the over men. On the other hand U A
Physical Facilities Dept. not later- there is also no biological basis
than Aug. 1. The best and most for the intellectual superiority of
useful idea will be rewarded with .men either. Appearances are du Corner Beach Blvd. and St. John's Bluff Rd.
a $25prize, offered not by UNF largely to the differences in the
but entirely by Mr. Bostwick. socialization of women as
compared to men. P on
A most cordial invitation to all .r00
students-Come and visit "Indian One panelist seemed to feelC
Heart Island," you may even lose that if women were superior weMember FDIC
your heart on it. should "protect" them by
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Trials of Doris Ditto Ditto

Xerox Corporation has improved its machines to the point where
they can produce copies at a rapid pace (50 copies in 5 minutes); This is a sketch of DORIS DITTO
however, the problem is not the machine but its operator who is
overwhelmed in a time lag. tending in line..but we coA don't


Imagine, if you will, Doris Ditto, bedecked with purple ink, five ge it o ed in ti e.
minutes before class panting to use the bathroom and number 10
behind a string of people wanting to use the copier.

'Use Xerox for clean proficient copies, zipping but at you faster
than you can press the button.'


ONLY DORIS can't press the button because there are 10 people
aheadfof her.


And the Xerox is flashing its red warning button, "Key
Operator,, only Doris wonders and nobody knows 'Who the hell the
Key Operator is?" After all, if you are operating the Xerox copier, H t to g e k
aren't you the key operator? w



Don't hurry to do your Xerox copies, the machine is competent be conferred a degree, or
enough, but the line of people is heavy and traffic is slow, waiting BY JERRY NELSON hearing. If anyone desires a furnished a transcript.
for the red light to turn green. verdict of not guilty after
The following are answers to requesting a hearing, he should ANYTHING OF SIGNIFI-
the most frequently asked appear before the hearing in CANCE I SHOULD KNOW?
questions concerning traffic fines person. If you do not appear, the Yes, any persons) driving a car
But Doris doesn't wait. She picks up her 10 inch platform shoe and procedures. chances of being found guilty are on campus without a decal should
and smashes the flashing glass compartment that belches "Key extremely high. go to the police dept. for a
Operator Only." WHAT IS THE PROCEDURE temporary sticker. You may be
AFTER AN INDIVIDUAL IN THE WHAT ABOUT THE MONEY issued a courtesy ticket and even
JUDIBENSON UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY PAID IN FINES? these count tit an you.
RECEIVES A TRAFFIC TICKET? Monies from such fines are to be
used for student loans and It is most important that every
All persons) receiving UNF scholarships. member of the university
citations for minor moving or community read the traffic code
non-moving violations may pay WHAT IF I DECIDE NOT TO book. A lot of time and headaches
such charges in person or by mail PAY THE FINE? will be saved. And it should be
at on the c to the division of Finance and Any individual delinquent in the mentioned that the monies paid
p o ta Accounting. Such payment will be payment of a violation fee for the parking decals go toward
Made withinn three working days the construction of new lots and
from the date of the ticket. b board the maintenance of the present
Persons who do not have the may not be permitted to register, lots.
The prospects for a day care center on the University of North amount of the violation charge .
Florida campus are looking, good according to a report issued by the available, will report to the UNFescribed
Child Care Task Force recently and we at the Halyard feel we are in Polime Dept. within her e T HH A LY A R
areltlint.ime and arrange for the
satisfied within 15 days from the
date of issuance will be delivered Published every other week by members of the Newspaper Workshop
to the appropriate Duval County Published every other week by members of the Newspaper Workshop
Naturally we are not going to turn down the opportunity for self Court for action of that court. class atthe University of North Florida for all members of the UNF
commendation. community.
WHAT IF A PERSON WISHES Opinions expressed in this newspaper are not necessarily the opinion
TO APPEAL THE CITATION? of the University or its officials.
When the first issue of the Halyard appeared in January the staff Any persons) receiving a citation STAFF
had already decided that the implementation of a day care center on for any minor moving or
the UNF campus would receive top priority as one of the Halyard non-moving violation and, wishes
crusades. to appeal such citation may do so ews Editor ..............R.. ................. Ruth Skapyak
by advising the UNF Police, in Assistant News Editor ........... ........................ Sylvia O'Dell;
writing, within three days' Metro Editor ..................................................Buzz Mills
subsequent to issuance of the Reporters ... ........ ..............................Betty Byers,
WE PUBLISHED several editorials and articles dealing with the citation. Appropriate forms are Connie Hoffman, Jeanie Roycraft, Drew Brunson.
need for a day care facility here. Also published was a clip out available at the police dept. upon Janice Hagood Mary Brumbaugh Chuck Helderman,
questionnaire to measure the need for day care on campus. request. Feature Editor............ .... ........Carolyn Kenyon

WHAT IS THE NAME OF ;TE Feature writers and columnists ....................Luther Anthony,
The newspaper therefore, furnished the Child Care Task Force COMMITTEE OR BOARD THAT Edi age Editor ...........................Steve Rogers.............Dale Edelberg
(CCTF) with the impetus to draw up a proposal recommending that COMPOSION T REOFl Editorial writers and columnists ..........................Linda Center,
day care be instituted here by October 1974. Larry Spisak, Shirley Corbin Jerry Nelson
THE BOARD THAT IS GIVEN .Art/Photo Editors..................... Mike Milkey,.Don Renshaw
The board hat is given the Photographers ....................................... Barry York, Doris
The idea for a university day care center has been around since res ility or suchmat s Prodction Manager ............................... Sharon McConnell"
the inception of the University itself. The importance of the facility e board meets on the first Production staff ....................................... Joyce Johnson.
can not be overstated. There are a large percentage of students who Wednesday of every month .to Suzanne Louque, Steve Holland, Lynn Woodbridge
will not be able to attend classes without such a facility. Enrollment hear al cases appearin t Makep Editor .......................................................Judi Benson
is bound to increase when the center is completed. docket, Assignment of specific Makeup staff....................................Linda Center,
ert e Thelma Cribbs, George White.
members to the monthly Business Manager ...................... ..... ......Barnie Napier
meetings of the hearing board Advertising Manager ................ .....................Lee Donaldson
OCTOBER SHOULD be designated the LATEST possible date for will be made by the Transporta-
the University to complete the facility. Lets hope the University will tion and Parking Committee. The Circulation Manager ..............................................Jim Alderman
not drag its feet anymore. We need to get day care out of the Traffic Hearing Board consists of Circulation staff ......................,................Terry Mothershed,
planning stages. three members-une of which must
,* 6 be a student.

Editor and General Manager ... Assoc. Prof. W.J. Roach
If the facility is good, the teaching creative, the equipment If the disposition reached by the
imaginative, the children are going to benefit. Certainly parents hearing board results in payment 4 Editorial, business and advertising offices located in Room 2207,
living in what most Americans would refer to as a recession would, Building 8; production office located in Room 1361 Building 3 at The
if the University could bring itself to act quickly, benefit even more. of fine, such payment is to be Building 8; production office located in Room 1361, Building 3 at The
made to UNF, F&A, within two University of North Florida,' St. John's Bluff Road South, P.O. Box
DALE EDELBERG weeks from the date of the 17074, Jacksonville, Florida 32216. Telephone: (904)646-2817.




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