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Vol. 1 No. 10 University of North Florida Jacksonville, Florida Wednesday, May 29. 1974

Commencement exercises planned for UNF charter class
BY SUZANNE LOUQUE Co -mmenceiment Issue A major event of the University
The University of North Florida of North Florida (UNF) commen-
will present a graduation concert A special commencement issue will be produced for cement celebrations is the
Monday June 10, at 8:15 p.m. at publication June 9. Any department or organization university wide Open House and
the Riverside Presbyterian planning special awards or events are asked to contact Family Day to be held Sunday,
Church. the commencement editor at the Halyard office, bldg. June 9, from 1:00 until 4:00. The
Featured in this concert 3, room 1361 phone 646-2817. afternoon is dedicated to
conducted by Jack Funkhouser. honoring the UNF charter class
director of instructional commun- which includes the graduating
ications, will be two works by seniors and all students who have
Felix Mendelssohn, the '"Piano been in continuing attendance
Concerto in G Minor" and the since the University's opening.
oratorio "Elijah". More than 100 area leaders have
Dr. Gerson Yessin, chairman of been invited.
the UNF fine arts departments
accompanied by a professional Various individuals and groups
orchestra. will be the soloist for will be displaying their talents.
the concerto. Yessin has Already slated are pottery and
performed this concerto with photography and a student art
many of the country's leading show which will be concurrently
orchestras such as the Boston on exhibit in the library. The
Pops Orchestra and the San judo, canoeing, and archery
Francisco Symphony. teams will be giving demonstra-
THE SECOND HALF of the tions of their prowess. Any other
program will feature the "Elijah" groups or s e wisin to
S ECOND AL of the groups or students wishing to
program will feature the Elijah" present their crafts are encourag-
oratorio. Joining the UNF chorus h ed to do so and should contact
will be the Florida Junior College Barbara Keller or Dick Reisinger
Concert Chorale, directed by at Student Activities.
Karen Armel-Wright and the FJC
Chorale directed by Donald
Chomsrale direct by D d An awards ceremony will be
Thompsonr the grand finale of the afternoon.
Soloists for the oratorio will be at 4:00 the ROTC graduates will
Dr. William Brown, tenor, and ,o receive their commissions and
Robert Kirkham, baritone. special scholarships and honors
Brown. associate professor of will be presented. The highlight
music, teaches voice at UNF and will be the presentation of the
maintains an active international President's Award which Dr.
concert tour with operatic The Mayay aTug-o-War proved to be a fun but wet experic th m t heSael oi Swugs wo mes twu Carpenter will give to a UNF
engagements in the U.S. and For more Insight Into the day's activities see page 10. individual for his or her
Europe. 1taff photo by Mke Mthey outstanding service to the
Kirkham, an internationally University.
known opera star, comes to thi 'The Visit' is powerfully comp lexF uenurae
production from Memphis, Tenn. i Io verr l encouraged
with an illustrious background of e to be a part of the activities and
with ran llustrious background of volunteer as hosts and hostesses
worlds foremost symphony BY JUDI BENSON is confident and he uses every faces and circled black eyes. The for the afternoon. The faculty and
orchestras and opera companies chance he has to let the audience horror is in their faces. staff are also urged to be on hand
He has performed the "Elijah" Like the train into the small in on a bit of the humor of AS THE MAYOR, Stan Constan- and open their offices to the
five times per season for several town of Guellen, "The Visit" is hypocrisy. tini is a powerhouse. Stan campus guests. Specific informa-
years. slow getting started but once it Lloy Kappel as the hardened presents the dilemma the town tion is available at the Student
JOINING BROWN and Kirk- gains momentum it is a powerful plastic heiress, Claire Zachanas- feels in being faced with a chance Activities Office.
ham will be UNF graduating piece of work. sian, is a disappointment. Her for a million dollars and the
seniors Cynthia Valentine, sop- Although Durenmatt's play handling of the character is murder of Alfred Il in exchange. Activities center
rano, and Sharon Wright, deals with real human conflict monotonous and her gestures As the deed becomes more
contralto. Also performing will be and morality, the way in which he become as unreal as the pressing and more apparent the in by Christmas
Seth 'Wright, soloist with the handles his subject becomes at character. She seems to have one people become angrier.Angry at
Jacksonville Concert Chorale. times surreal. Jane Decker has expression that rarely changes themselves for the monstrous An activities center and
Arthur Bloomer, UNF instructor used excellent judgement in her which leaves the audience with thing they must do, they direct combination shower-locker room
of music, will accompany the direction, giving the play a fourth little chance to experience any heir anger t their victim and try will hopefully be built in time to
chorus on the organ. dimension through a stylized and climactic build from her.There are desperately to find somejustice in be a Christmas present for the
The public is cordially inted updated treatment. From garish moments when the part calls for a their action. Stan is so convincing

Visit" is a trip in itself. does well. When he stands at the end of Act consultant for the University of
DALE CLIFFORD and Mar- Ill with the blood money in his North Florida (UNF).
GREG BLACKMER as Alfred garet Fletcher as 'hi1 blind, hand like the heart of Alfred 111
Ill is superb. Greg shows his castrated Koby and Loby are a which beats no longer, there is The deadline for bids on the
strength as an actor as the depth delightful lift to the play. Their silence in the tent. A powerfully to be the core of development for
of the role increases. He presents movements are synchronized carried out part. a new sports complex.
O lfeIZ t mAlfred as a man of varying moods well. There is the innocent child Bill Kroner in the role of the
and aptly takes the audience about the two of them and they schoolmaster has some good THE COMPLEX will eventually
A chapter of a new faculty through these changes. A rather hang their heads when the lie moments but tends to fall down in incorporate tennis, volleyball and
advocate organization, United giggly, nervous man in Act I, as they have been involved in comes the critical turning point of the basketball courts, a swimming
Faculty of Florida (UFF), was Alfred begins to realize that the to the open. Vivacious and clever play when he dares to tell the pool and an athletic center. These
recently formed at the University townspeople are going to kill him they skip through the play with press what the townspeople are are to be located across from
of North Forida (UNF). he becomes frightened, angry. By innocence and charm, up to. The only character who parking lot four, adjacent to the
Dr. Philip Gearing was elected the end of the play he is a man Equally humorous in their stoic dares to face the truth about the present athletic field.
president. Other officers are: who has accepted his fate and as portrayal are Terry Scott and murder and try to change the
vice-president, Dr. Amanda he states, he has also accepted Mike Fogg as Roby and Toby, direction and therefore save his Harrie said that the activities
Asgill; vice-president, Ms. Dale ana over come his fear. Not Claire's gum chewing brutes that own conscience, the schoolmaster center to be included within the
Clifford; treasurer, Ms. Mary entirely out of heroism but as a she snatched from the clutches of is a powerful part. Unfortunately, shower and locker room facility is
Grimes; secretary, Dr. Steven way of making the townspeople Sing Sing to carry her sedan Bill's handling of the role is temporary and once the perman-
Delue. Mr. Maurice Jones was suffer with their conscience as he chair. Flexing lumpy muscles the inadequate, ent center is built it will be put to
elected to the public relations has suffered with his for the two stand, leering behind white [see page 8] other uses such as storage or
elected to the public relations wrong he did Claire Zachanas- room for lockers.
commitee, sian. Greg handles the role with
Delegates were elected to assurity and strength. a ...The building had originally
attend the founding convention of Tom Taylor gives a comical and -e pnat the
tbhe Man n 1 strong rendition of the Priest of ..beginning of the summer but
University of South Florida Guellen. Dramatically sweeping CompetenyBasedtacIi e P because of delays in budget
vUSE) conference center at in with his religious cloak, A view of the Visit ........'. ..." 7" r .....e P5gA & Z approval the tentative opening
Chinsequt (near Brooksville). shotgun over his shoulder and ,Sand of Mustc' a success... ....#.. .., .i.....8j date has been moved to sometime
new yellow shoes, Tom's speech ... : ..t.vA;, ......... mg a .10AIL S., around Christmas.

Page 2 May 29 1974 THE HALARD

To CBT or not to CBT

Competency Based Education (CBE) has been repeatedly
attacked and defended in the last four issues of the Halyard by
various faculty members at the University of North Florida. .

Logically then, the Halyard should take a stand on this very
controversial issue which has been referred to ass "standardization
of education."
However controversial issues tend to polarize opinions, and
therefore the staff could not agree on what stand to take. Hence the
function of this editorial is basically a summation of viewpoints.
CBE is described as the mandatory use of written guidelines
intended to direct individual learning efforts of a student or group of
students in any given content area. These written definitions relate
toappropriate behavior objectives. Before the course the instructor
sets down (in writing) how he is going to evaluate his students and
how he will develop his instructional procedures. He must also Destroyed bird hoxes offer mute .vde that th Boy S uts were here. Would It have been the same If
define his method of delivery, which usually includes the use of a the BlueGrass Festival had taken place? staff photo by Don Renhaw
learning module.
Some educators are concerned that CBE will impose mechanistic Boy Scouts-but no m music
thinking on the students, others believe the teaching method will
eiinate subetive evaluation fm the classroom. trom its title we can assume that camp on the school property. It is
CBE reportedly hasa good record as far a retenti on and IBY STEVE SUTTON it means it would be protected merely a statement of fact that
application are concerned and purportedly eliminates repetition in and slated for preservation, when large numbers of people,
courses; however, Dr. Stephen DeLue will point out in this issue Did you hear about the Activities which would be especially 600 boys ranging in age
that he found students condemned CBE at a recent convention he Eco-Encounter this year? How damaging to the local eco-system from 12 to 17, congregate in an
attended on the subject. about the Boy Scout Camporee or would not be allowed to take place area some damage is bound to
the Blue-Grass Musical Festival? there; occur. The destroyed nest boxes
CBE advocates argue that the method has to first be perfected All three events were planned I don't believe that anyone can support this fact.
before it can be judged. They also maintain that it is a logical for the month of March. Two of deny the fact that Boy Scouts
solution to the problems perpetrated by inresd university them materialized; one of them camping in restricted area, with THE POINT of this article is
enrollments and decreased funds for hiring additional instructors. went off without a hitch, one had no facilities, and requiring large which would have beent enjoyed
problems, but the Blue-Grass areas to be bush-hogged has a which would have b een enjoyed
But to others programmed learning in individual modules is Festival was cancelled. negative effect on the ecological by any member of the college or a
indicative of an Orwellian world, where the learning process is THE FESTIVAL was schuled bance of the rea. community who wished to end,
sterilized, where creative thinking ceases to be a valid exercise, to be held on April 21, the same NO ONE KNOWS how many Scouts, a non-participatory organ-
freedom is sacrificed for the seiceabilityf behavioral day as the Eco-Encounter. It was quail nests or other ground ization as far as our campus is
objectives. p to be co-sponsored by Sunshine nesting birds nests were concerned, could enjoy the
a nd company, a localdrug-rehab destroyed when the area was campus instead.
he struggle between the idealistic and the pragmatic is an old ilitation organization, and the bush-hogged. It is known that
one. Those who are committed to Platonic idealism and Attic Sawmill Slough Conservation some hole nesting birds were Who is more important to the
simplicity and whose attitudes towards learning hinge on protecting Club. The festival was cancelled; disturbed and some nest boxes people who make these high-level
personal liberty are offended by those who feeltheir culture has to however, because of an alleged were.destroyed. decis.ins -the stuiletst of the
compensate for a growing frenetic population by stressipg CfienCy lack of faciHtles. It was state lhat- -., campuo! ...sotte t Os
and objectivity. the school does nothave adequate destruction of nests is by tion? From the events which
Speno means blame on the occurred in the past few weeks, I
To any CBE is a way to keep one's foot on the ground, it is facilitiesto handle the crowd. coutmsters or the school have to conclude tat they are
sensible and realistic, but they also see it as creating a mechanized officials who allowed the Scouts to more concerned with the latter.
intellect incapable of self consciousness because of the very meis a plain sim se of
efficiency its advocates so delight in. double standard. If thmple ausicE

frighteningly futuristic; to others, however, idealistic loyalty to off without problems at another
subjectivity is purely esoteric.location, was cancelled due to
lack of facilities, why then was the Published every other week by members of the Newspaper Workshop
What ever the case may be, if there is an implementation of this Boy Scout Camporee allowed to class at the University of North Florida for all members of the UNF
new educational program, it should be done with careful evaluation be held on campus? community.
and 'with flexibility. I contend that there was a Opinions expressed in this newspaper are not necessarily the opinion
certain amount of personal of the University or its officials.
Undoubtedly many courses would benefit through the use of interest in the Boy Scout
competency based education. Others woul4 not. Camporee's success which was STAFF
not present in the music festival.
It is doubtful that Shakespeare could have written Hamlet in a The Boy Scouts, which numbered e o .............. ........................ Ruth Skapyak
learning module. 600 strong, did not have any Assistant News Editor ...................................ylvia O'Dell
restroom facilities, nor did they Metro Editor ...................................................Buzz Mills
DALE EDEIBEIG have a policeman for the specified Reporters .................... ...........Betty Byers,

mer e five hours which was all the Featre Editer ............ ............ Carolyn Kenyon
musical festival required. They Feature writers and columnists ....................LutherAnthony,
Were, nevertheless, allowed to Harold Morgan Steve Rogers
N ot a square l n s ght camp on the weekend of the 19th, Editorial Page Editor .......................................Dale Edelberg
N sq re m ea 20th, and 21st of April. Editorial writers and columnists .........................Linda Center,
The Camporee made it ,Larry Spisak, Shirley Corbin Jerry Nelson
"If you want a nutritionally balanced meal, go off campus." This necessary to move the tEco- uPhot o es an.dv.isn................ Bike Mlkey,Don R s
was the answer Ward Hancock, Director of Administrative Services, Encounter forward to Sunday, Phiotographers ...................... Barry York, Doris
gave when he was confronted with the question of the nutritional April 28, which resulted in Mul an
value of the food served on campus by. Eastern Food Services. several set-backs for the Sawmill Production M ta ger.................................Sharon McConne!l'
Hancock also stated that "the initial concept was to have vending Slough, sponsors of the walk. The Productiza onuque, Steve Holland, Lynn W........... Joyce Johnson
machines," not the present cafeteria set up. most serious set-back being the Suzanne Louque, Steve Holland, Lynn Woodbridge
inconveniences to the two men Maketip Edstaff o ...............................Linda Center
There are a number of reasons why it is not feasible to go off scheduled to lead the walk on Makeup staff. Center
campus for a nutritional, well-balanced meal, especially when the 21st. These gentlemen had Thelma Cribbs, George White.
Eastern Food Services has already installed a hot food line. First, other commitments for the 28th, Business Manager......................................Barnie Napie
there is supposedly a fuel shortage which has definitely raised the leaving the Sawmill Slough with Advertising Manager ........................Lee Donaldson
cost of going off campus for a decent meal. Secondly, there is the no one to lead the walk and only a Circulation Manager ........................................Jim Alderman
time element of rushing to and from lunch to make your next class, week in which to locate someone Circulation staff .......................Terry Mothershed
if that situation prevails. This would also involve the safety element. else. Fortunately, another conser-
Third, some people are car pooling at present, and their lunch hours vationist agreed to lead the walk.
may conflict. ANOTHER AREA which needs
to be taken into consideration is Editor and General Manager ... Assoc. Prof. W.J. Roach
These are a few reasons why it would be all but impossible for the fact that the Boy Scouts were
some students to go off campus for a nutritional meal. Shouldn't our allowed to camp in an area listed Editorial, business and advertising offices located in Room 2207,
present food service program be able to accommodate the students on the maps as an ecological Building 8; production office located in Room 1361, Building 3 at The
with a good tasting, well-balanced meal on campus? preserve. Granted no one has University of North Florida, St. John's Bluff Road South, P.O. Box
made an attempt to define what 17074, Jacksonville, Florida 32216. Telephone: (904) 646-2817.
BARRY YORK an e logical preserve is, but "
S~ri~ri~ 5~ I"I'

THE HALYARD May 29, 1974 -Page 3

Campu scops rile OfCi Ntics Give students 'reign'
Amnesty on fines
student 'ri minal'\j IThe UNF Library will have an
sto. I Amnesty Week on fines June 3-9. BY JERRY NELSON The Student Activities, budget
Overdue materials returned was- adopted by the General
during this period will not be Latest developments at our Assembly and four students who
B IANA LYNNROBERTSON my "beef." All I ask, as I hope subject to fines. This Amnesty university bring us to the brink of were present. This budget was
BY DIANALY OBany student would ask, is that be does not apply to reserved total discontent and chaos, if the approved without the specific
tuenallowed to appeal within the coleion material. administration desires to continue budgets of the Day Care center,
allowed to appeal within the,,
If you have -not had the fifteen day limit, and not be L ein its present state. Health Services and the news-
"opportunity" to meet the threatened with arrest and/or .Library to be closed paper.
university police bfficiay, be expulsion for a violation that After two years of..trial, the NOW THE university can
ware, you may. merits an appeal under the official The university is obligatedto let the submit whatever budgetary
e yu m traffic code of 1973-74. Monday, June 10, for hnv.ntary. students decide what type of figures they deem necessary from
ndif you ar e who government and other services the activity fee.
occasionally forgets to secure his I CAN ONLY speak from- they ant, yehis ot the c.a nave mentioned major
drivers license before driving, do experience, and hope yu are not. ev.er the students have concerns of the students. It
not- enter the domain of the- Confronted, with the same kst S, n 5 :hP eir apathy and disshould be obvious students donot
university police. situation. When the student is tifp and w the current General ineffective government,
reduced to the status of a common r Ocenent center Assembly. inadequate and overpriced health
This major a f forgetfulness criminal, for an act that is rated r "V h t services, poor insurance coverage
coupled iih an i mptt-atoi e last and most menial significance In order tp meet the SOE E e cure and unrecognized faculty evalua-
a.; egistak S int t in.the traffic code, an examination employment amei6 of itudefts proposal by the state student tions. Also the students desire the
enough. to .etitle. you to one, of enforcement procedure. is in and graduates, including life-time governments as having a right to elect their own leaders.
forced ride with Qhlier RidBaght. order. placement services for alumni, it profound effect on future
He will not, shower, allow you would be appreciated if faculty governance and spending of the One case in particular was the
front seativil es. The University of North Florida and staff would notify the student activity fee at UNF. The battle between the students and
is a flourishing and meritorious Cooperative Education and Place- 'proposal allow students to have the university over building a golf
AFTER YOUR ride, you will be institution, staffed with an ment Center of employment control over the major portion of course on the campus. Based on a
"presented" to the traffic board, equally qualified faculty and opportunities. In order to ptheo.qviy ad service fee 'student vote, they placed the
(composed of Officer Plumb and educational administration. Shall students and alumni wH One reason course as one of the last items
Sergeant Ridaught) where u this one branch of authority be effective job placement services, e reason ci students hey wanted built or used with the
may again be flounced with angry downfall? job listings need to be centrazed the formation of a stude activity fee. This would only be
threats of meeting the Dean of in one office. Your assistance government at UNF is t he completed after an environmental
SStudents on rather unfriendly w elp to v current l ing by impact study was conducted and
W U U UI,"" ~our university', in providing evaluated.
terms. STUDENTS ARE deserving of activities relevant to the com-
S.certain basic rights just as are t muter student. EF ONE listens to some of the
-It is correct, as accused, that other citizens of the United 2677 IF NE ist nsao so he the
my vehicle was not registered. States. When these rights are MANY FE the office of adminsra ton, buidins th
Actually it was not my vehicle. I refused, as I was refused the Student Activities is ineffective course with or without thet
obtained it on a temporary rights of appeal, these rights will I. bewise they lack the business students' help. Why not?--they
consignment from a relative, who be refused repeatedly until a knowle needed to provide a tro he ac y and s
requested that 'I abstain from course of action resolves the e t operation and good feeand service
Ase ofs Maytion' opeAation and good feel
registering the vehicle. This is not unauthorized legislation. of solid effective programs. The To accomplish anything of
S' faculty member, or offilcwo th6 students thi'k tl office. is more significance, the students should
X::;ec.% .:+.+::.+::._ University of North ~fOMW m din significant, the students should
"M ____________________________ KW -. e i.r. pleasing the caucus and decide the priority of
call tU i on. 2677 %(00l" .. '.ku the tud-ents. their interests. This will, enable
Letters to the editor 4 wii-h way them to. pred. in the best
`" .gri-pes- i. bad tS- .. m ..
a for a 9meerned..
Siin bad ta st and st s fro om
the text. Mr. (Deleted) recogni- mpey haseen allocated to other continue to plague this campus
not song zed that tie student body at T SYTEM I dined to epatments to make up for their until the students are recognized
S Det wasn't mature enough THE SYto et the admini- and shown they are important to
to 'hlude any references to save an inquirer time by et this ce the success of the io
Dear Editor, remgih. him dial rcre in hs Qsr
DeaDespite the fa t ti rer tha i to t fB .- IMPORTED
It's, obvious our University, columnist had no krnwle4g of time to write a letter- C HING
continues to over-power the the alterations prior o publ+catio C "
students in all areas. I question one pust consider that Mr.
how many tickets and library fees (Deleted) acted in all (Delte4)
the faculty, CS and A & P actually and (Deleted).. :The; response to the question .
pay or the amount of money will be given through THE
collected from them. Its the same iMri(Deleted) has shown tipe HALYARD after the President's
old story, anytime you want or and again'that even thou The office has researched the
need money-get it from the (Deleted) is a student pubtion question,. The inquirer may
students. he knows best what will oend remain anonymous in this -
the (Deleted) body at (Delpeed), situation. If the inquirer wishes
I also wonder why we need an and his editing is based on a an answer before the next edition
Alma Mater at UNF.-,Who st (Deleted) evaluation of the ---of THE fAfYARD4oaesoout, he ,:
going to sing it and when? (Deleted) (Deleted). (ed. note: -may leave a phone number where
W.T. REBENACK The last three paragraphs have he may be reached.
Colege ofbusiness been deleted due to poor taste,)
SName withheld on sequest T
Should 'Mr. Deleted Halyard gets praise
bore oall to public? De r E r the ....t-. "- .- '- ."'-',
May 1 take just a moment to Presideint orsstaff wl review. w IS c I.e -. .. .
Dear Edltor commend youon the fine work the questions, direct them to* ,
done on THE HALYARD. I various individuals for response, -- <
In the previous issue of The certainly enjoy receiving my copy. and provide the THE HALYARD -
Halyard Carol Pollard attacked Best of luck in the future and if I with the finished questions and .,- ,
the editorial policy of the paper in answers. THE HALYARD will l; \ 0'
the editorial policy of the paper in may ever be of assistance to you, print these in each issue.
reserving the right to edit may e e te to print these in each issue. ',
material that it considers please allow me the opportunity.
libelous, guilty of harassment,
half-truths, etc... _______h
As one who works for the The --e Reader's Page
(Deleted) I can personally assure
Mt. Pollard that the Editor and. I -i J
General Manager of the paper- The Halyard invites contribu- to have the most Iterest to
Mr. (Deleted)-is not the kind of ti from all Halyard readers for HALYARD redsds. TlE HAL-
person who would indiscrimina- this "Reader's Page". Students, YARD reserves the right to edit, -;.
tely edit and alter material faculty, career personnel, staff- revise, or reject any co y
without sufficient justification. ll are eligible to contribute. The Deadline for centrilhtlms fhr
In one of my recent columns topic may be of your choosing the "Reader's Page" for the next
entitlbut must be typewrtten, issue Is: FRIAY, May 31.. 1017 Park
entitled "Unlicensed Women" I double-spaced. Material that is
mentioned State Senator (Dele- d n. THE -
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obviously saw that mentioning harassment, iuendo, half-tth HALYARD office Room 7,
the senator's name would offend or poor taste will not accepted. Bldg. 8, or Room 1361, Bldg. 3. If
the sensibilities f the readers of Preference will be given those you send the article, include your
The (Deleted) and border on the who have not previously appeared name, home or business address
libelous. Other references made eon the "Reader's Page" and and telephone number for I T
in the column, such f s one those subjects which are deemed verifcation. 5 Fbints
religious point, were considered ,,

age 4-Lay 2, 104 THE IALYA RD-
p r -a 4'- Ma 29 174 Women have

Spisak A reform-racist long way
Perhaps the most motivating force in Southern politics, since the few crumbs of benevolence -ld hoping that the large black to
creation of the KKK, has been the figure of George Wallace. population in his state will gobble it up. And apparently some are,
ignoring the fact that Wallace's views on social reform demonstrate BY DOROTHY BAGGETT .
Riding on a wave of anti-busing sentiment the Alabama governor all the understanding of a war-camp K adant. I have heard arguments over
has spread his popularity out of the confines of the South and into wh whether the double standard still
the rest of the nation. In 1968 he gathered ten million presidential THIS SOFTENING of his racial stand, putting less emphasis on a exists. Sure, it is true that women
votes and in 1972, before the attempt on his life, he was puling a "black threat" and more on "common sense politics" was are being admitted to equal
large percentage of primary votes in Northern states. Even now the arithmetically calculated there are more blacks in te country than citizenship rights with men, equal
"honorable" goavsr is being courted by democratic presidential hard-core bigots and in order to gale nation-wide appeal the opportunities for enrolling i
hopefuls for 1976. governor had to assume the role of a "reform-racist." school and universities and Belds
.of employment in a widening
IN THE W3x gubernatorial pr diaries in his own state The fact that he has gained support from a fw black mayors scope. I know discrimination
Wallace has even received support fbm some lack mayors. merely indicates that a black politicia is just as tlkely to place because of sex may no longer be
How easily th. f personal ambition over persona palciples as a white one. permitted 'penly, but too ten
How easily they. f an undercdteet seems to iipft
that womenf pa se &Menot aW ..-
Or perhaps they did not foret-~bt fesad ioeesiW, in tar" Wallace mnsf th bsd e itic machines in the e a
advance in the labama political tachine to compromise thm~ir ,. country, he wil tr adppd s the gaubnat l ecdision-a g matters rti inus-
memory and their electorate. It was, after all, the same ma they're elections, and his -w. nagow n imaQ he him a dismally trypolitics efreligio. In aieas of
supporting who, twelve years earlier, would have stood in the possible alternative fo.976. rt ay d sports c roles of women a
doorway of the University of Alabama, surrounded by a battalion of ., an Q t teC/ ob.. .- woe
club-wielding troopers, and blocked their .admittance. UNOIW STA X,. sodee jence, perhapby 14, a statue of "^

cannot run fo president whe alien uch a large trcenttge of of the Ab.aa State louse blpcig the entrance, aot be sooinr we away One h
np b* DEi soosw aesthedc put &"y the
the populace; the 1972 elections p rove that. By mas n upt on the nonse of belevig, that the
"hate-fear" oft sc s Wallace is oi ta Heow easily they forget. tobe
"hate-f-"a, softe_-a .... .. human personality has to be
v -is of ....m cy r al" ..... forced into masculine and
feminine roles, the better.
ArRelieving that since women are
Another p-1C. for moderation f als unqeic
me vh se vt andn I feminine, they e also uniqtuelys.
eherq f.4 lering .ontet whih i often A accountable for the fate of-t the'i

embrace CUT wilimptyilng th* iU~able' of being defined in Y. Pick out tiase. symptdiUs in 'oaW[*ot Ilke olb' comspletes a resourcefulness are good quali-
wea oses iill shy away froi ujiiviiten. In these areas t8 of the patients yoled vaabl their thoughts ing cass.atoera ties in women as well a in men.

indicates the extremist gea ~ would be inapplicable todsy. a moral cltue results from the So are charity, mercy,adi tender-
posture that my first plea for because the reliance on fried THE YOUNi d o's jedge- enactment of the belief of most ness... it is the' compassionate
oderaton sought to contain responses would jeopardize the ment if he only relied on the members of society that the worth
in fact professor Brunson's freedom needed for this type of modules would be impaired by a ambiguity of great principles is a bi gven a nesui dirty. Buta o
wmhviesof lency pat3t lberal arts behavioral objective fora ecal abity : the personal culine and feminine virtues;

weachargument has cast anybody inquiry. perceptual straight jabe et that sign of te liberty at ans hatere aact o hypocrisyuman virtues.ld
who questions CT into the role AS MEi TIONED hi the May 1 discouraged his constructing bestowed on each diulto b topretendthat these values
of an obstructionist wh ose column, ane r ofbeing fined a alternate hypotheseswhich y might raise lie to the highres tor be honare ood ualwomen
s osed inability to run their liberal ats education is tohave a be more accurate. The you meeting achievements a sewing the hope and alone. father they're to begiven
claes is connected somehow to diversity of people particpate doctoy.r would sharpen despair cult existence, whfrom the reverencinal ofus fortheyare
the tragedies of the S.L.A. and togeusether in creating the ideationald THE Y Njudgment to hae ambiguities simultaneously never giving into ere.. ompassioate
the Watergate thgs. respond ses would jeopardize the meant if he onlo y relied ont the members of society that the irt tat deseatel t

m rIF THIS Tuwhr to cos t resolved-that of human values
makd CBI t tooe Iisst practie it fIithefrece research or in applied medicae. mmn this sentiment best: rather than masculine or
intact Profssor Buns on's freedom n eeded for this type of m odulr objetivityare i a ambiguity of greas.. pco inciplto the einin a ew vlu gnity. But
whiles argumentha o cast anyody i pquir sely perceptual straight jacket tha t sign of the liberty that is wat an act of hypocrisy it n. ould
wsho tons th e tti oesr son, ED n the cast th iscouraged his construcn n nctions bestowed on each individual to pretend thathese values
work, then the gtrucod things CBT column, another function of a alternate hypotheses whichmight raise life to the highest honored in women

o an do are lost in the emotional thing for thinking's sae when he maes available to them believe rather that itpn Commencement plans
counosed inabilityti o n th e o bjective into behavioral terms. his be more accuratdgments, revived, nourished alone. Rathy,Je 7 -- 8:00 p.m.given
clase i connected somehow of common concerns and facts of the by million of solitary indii Dahncei at Riverside G arden

my friends who see merit in CBT I would further contend that course. The strong teacher is one duas whose deeds and works Center All students invited.
have a high sense of responsi even in those areas that CBT which students respect both for every day negate the frontiers Sntday, Jlne 9 -- 1:00 4:00 te.
ability to themselves and togeth e useful -teacin hisdal judgment and for hambiguities imultanhe cusl never giving into ere y
students. None of us want vcationtent of a humane culture -- willingness to use it. doctor his story As a resi-, there UF Open ouse, Family

rhetoric best. For not all objectives c an be Moss or a Jesus would never ever man, o the foindat ion of Wednesday, Jue 2 -- 8:00

In the name of eliminating al o operationally defined even in the have survived if either of these his sufferings and jos, builds p.m. Commencement ceremony,
"subjective evaluation" from the vocational skills area. There are men had been forced to p a wes vor allu Civic Auditorium.
argues that rthe modue is a device .

which, to use our President's Li nda
rms, mkes "eve ryh s ing perfect he sro ta i
encourage the students to f lockay at th e fie s
sy cloar. thesms aly d thi w i t Z m a an, therds, im ,.l ........ -ail

to CBT. At a discussion recent oe es e lyh
attended at the Florida PolitiCh s C al .etimnt b.este, v.. cement dpa n
Science Association n this Hereit is the en f the month aan,and your checkL isn't duoie for a s nele rther tha re o tp of each half. arsh wth the
intelligentargume ntut. Fr te I. oje vs ,a whe bosest ojuage nts c olan r then a an, rfl tgentliy doves.ise o* 7 st-- will rem,

subject, junior college teachers, three more days. You've looked in all of your pockets, behind the le e o n tp of e if se Garne
who have had a portion of this sofa cushions, and even the floor of your car bu rt you still don't have' p res ay(e pogpo mustard f is pley, t se ordiny,

students condemn CBT. warning about being late again for the after-lunch class. ta spn Save the poupon for tomorrow's lunch. It will need it.)
THuE MODUtS i mposh type o What you neda is a taste little repast whipped up quickly re andorO ,
counterhreactio. thIknow many creatfvey by yr own 2 b mlions colf oitartly drie sp ancred -eefn op poy

heart of the module is Cthe kitchenette. They may note f the same class those found in the s hanadian bacon
-honor of who uset s polarizing' job. c MORAL philosophies of a threatened atduth tp.ear snp-, com

behaviori a objective." The For not all ant, bt t e i Moses or an imaginativeJesus w, gould rmet ever4 smanltines
in the name of eliminating ah operationally defined even in the have survived if either of these his sufarns '.and joys, builds p,m. Commencement ceremony,

student works through tasheks inventiveness not needed for caviar and cnampagarne. t dill pikle cit lengthwise into 4 slices
suggested by the module and his Poupon mustard
responses are tested against those 2 ainka, shelters

empirically measurable dimen- As examples, here are three recipes made entirely from contents Cut the protein into halves and place one half on each of the fourth
sions of each objective to discovered in one student's fridge. You can easily duplicate them or saltines. Cover with the mustard and top with the pickle slices.
determine if ing has en substitute ingredients with thosethat you have on hand. Arrange attractively on a paper plate When you have eaten three
place. aand face yet one more, drop the alkaseltzers into a glass of water; it

WIENIE ON A SHINGLE should be ready to drink immediately after swallowing the fourth.
The Stanford Research Insti- [or as it is called in the o ith MOCK TACO
tute study of CBT, commissioned of France--Dog an La alfshell .
by the U.S. Office of Education, 1 Slice pumpernickel
argued that an empirical basis for 1 frank tablespoons canned meat spread or cooked soybeans
proving the validity of CBT does '1 hiambrgere rotll e tablespoons jalapeno bean dip (not over three weeks old)
not exist. Nonetheless, the report 1 teaspoon relish 3 drops hot pepper sauce
points out that CeT advocates 2 tomato slices 1 prayer
still try to sell this approach to the sf2 'sprigs parsley Pound the bread slice with theend of a soda bottle unti flat.
public on the baris that what 1 teaspoon mustard Peon tane llpo ad mse te dand ofrease the rels to bean t
constitutes learning is only that Teast and allow to cool completely. Spread with the meat and bean
which is observable, demonstrat- Split the frank into two halves and broil until black. (This insures dip. Add the chili and hot pepper sauces. While eating, pray that
abea -amio.cral Ye defiaed..-.... I. ---. a "rastyt^ .t hevnEt ,Vyou.calst B your rtICer.Tnder cxOtrol until byou checks a.ivs.
+stuent woks hrogh asi ii+ inentvenss ot eedd fr caiaranOcnapage. dil pc~decutlenthwse nto4 sice

THE HALYARD May 29, 1974 P#. e,
Report from Taolhassee ..

State university fun ding cut proposed

BY JOHN THOMSON the funding level was $2,060, or House Appropriations Commit- Boutwell said to conform with Education Committee substitute
Special Correspondent nearly 20 per cent higher than the tee staff director Joe Hyle said this, the SUS may needto which sets fees based on
House proposal. these arguments are "a bunch of manage enrollment, itiosuch a education levels and subcanti-
TALLAHASSEE In the song noticeable of a smoke." Actual instruction can limiting fll enrollment. He ally increases tuition espcaly
LLAAS, n The noticeable effect of a be determined, he said, and added the BOR would prefer not for upper level and graduate
Bleeding)" Bob Dylan sang, reduced student funding level will computer regitration has to deal in mandatory enrollment students. It is opposed by the
"moneybe increased class sizes. The made the determining of levels a figures and would probably BOR. The Senate companion (SB
"money doesn't talk, it swears." House proposal would further made the determining of levels a to; 9,9
And money outcusses everything aggravate this situation, said Dr. simple task, regardless of the devise "incndentives" to encourage 908) is unchanged, proposngto
in the Capitol. Ken Boutwell, SUS vice chancel- course mix. summer attendance. and is unchanged, proposingto
Sthe i. Ken Boutwell, SUS vice chancel- set undergraduate fees at $13 per
In fact, the outcome of the lor for administrative affairs, by The BOR staff claims the hour and graduate fees at $16.50
brutal task of appropriations will eliminating 100 staff positions. It The House also requires that, House proposal does not even per hour.
demonstrate to what extent the is assumed the per credit hour for funding purposes, no more allow for inflation, a contention
State University System (SUS) tuition proposals would also lead than 200 credit hours be counted considered "false" by Kyle, who The bill to place two students
must'suffer the fiscal consequen- to decreased staff, resulting from toward a four-year bachelor's points to an 11 per cent salary on the Board of Regents (SB 429)
ces of the verbal beating it took a depressed enrollment which degree, 250 hours for a five-year increase. is awaiting floor action in the
for enrollment "padding." could cause, it is said, the loss of bachelor's degree and an "We clearly need salary Senate. The House companion
r up to 'W faculty positions additional 80 hours for a doctoral increases, butwe need to man our (HB 3271) is just short of being
throughout the SUS. degree. Credit hout count for classes, too," said Boutwell. Staff placed on the House floor agenda,
Representatives Marshall Har- funding would take place after cutbacks and overloaded class- but is unnecessary at this point
ris, D-Miami, chairman of the The House's "internal re- drop-add deadline and each k rooms are the problem, he said. and will probably remain idle. If
House Appropriations Commit- straints," unpopular with the full-time student would be funded passed, the Senate version will go
tee, and Buddy MacKay, Regents' staff, include directives at a maximum of 12 hours. All The compromise reached on to the House.
D-Ocala, co-chairman of the that 60 per cent of all this is. designed to bring the appropriations bills, both of
House Education Committee and appropriated funds be spent on "padding" to an end. S tenofence Companion bills with consider-
appropriations committee mem- "actual instruction" and that 90 Housee f ate coner e col able support (SB 478 and HB
ber have led themove to force per cent be spent i the level mittee for that :pitpose, will able support (SB 478 and HB
er, have led the move to force per cent be spent in the level The House bill also prohibits certainly be a reflection of the 3403) which would provide more
the universities into a more lower,upper, beginninggraduate the BOR from raising_ tuition degree of dissatisfaction with the available loan money for middle
modern financial posture. They and advanced graduate -- where without the expressed approval of funding system and the degree to income students by authorizing
vowed to cut funding by 15 per generated the legislature. There are also which it is assumed to be $20 million in additional bonds
cent, to restrict graduate Dr. Joe Carter, SUS director of companion House-Senate bills misused. are in their final committees
programs and to place "internal planning and analysis, said it is which seek to do this. .I an im t before being placed on the
restraints" on the Board of difficult, if at all possible, to Ie ons dos think it is an important calendar for floor action. The
Regents (BOR). precisely determine what godess distinction," said Carter, "that Senate has recommended funding
This s reflected in the Hose not Contain any strct "internal the inflating of credit hours was the Florida Student Assistance
budget proposal, which is about that using "levels is not "an restraints" and is generally an attempt to use the funding Grant program at $4.3 million in
$17 million less than the Senate operative method for determining favorable toSUS requests. It system for geerating funds. its appropriations bill, which is a
version, $20 million less than the petive method determining does however, provide for a (funds) was being used well. It $700,000 increase over last year.
BOR request. This would bring expenditures," since students "four quarter average-" appro- was being applied to existing
the amount of money spent per take courses concurrently at priation rather than the usual resources, to serve the needs of
student, expressed in constant various levels, three-quarter finance. This would the people of the state. To reduce A conference committee is
dollars to $1,653, a 12.6 per cent increase funding for the summer that means something has to .inggreeentonthe
drop from last year's $1,902. The "A level is not like dollars and quarter while reducing it for the give." amend d agreement n
Senate proposal would set the cents or square feet or floor other three, forcing universities amended and debated public
figure at $1,772. Even the BOR space. It does not exist as an r to equalize enrollment throughout And something apparently will. employee collective bargaining
request is a reduction. Last year objective sort of thing," he said. the year. A new versiTn of the Board of was appointed to iron out
d ca s Regents (BOR) hourly fee differences resulting from the
M proposal..(HCR 3959) was House's refusal to accept a
Bike tr gweven number of OSenae.K. ts.e
ii*`e w 'CLCbeOtE;e o Ila' The cnmiftjcr^{t fmc
Discuss Taxation Committee. The original the bill last week. It passed the
One thing bicyclists have never The bill, which is sponsored by Business educators from a- bill was replaced by a House House last month.
had a lot of is political punch. the House Committee on Natural round the state were on the
u Resources, must now oany pass University of North Florida
But times are changing. The the Senate before becoming law. campus May 17 for the State
late Paul Dudley White (Presi- It unanimously passed the House University Business Teacher
dent Eisenhower's doctor), an last month. Educator's meeting.ar th St a
avid biker, gave them respect- 'dcaorsm in
ability. The energy crisis gave IN JACKSONVILLE, five Dr. Ernest Mier from Florida
them purpose. Now the Florida projects have been listed by the Technological University chaired
Legislature is giving them a piece DRP. They were obtained from the meeting which was attended
of political machinery. the Jacksonville Area Planning by business teacher educators
Last week the Senate Transpor- Board and Florida DOT 2nd from universities around the
station Committee, in a flurry of District office. The projects, in state. Lucy Robinson, assistant
amendments and by a unanimous order of priority, are: program administrator for busi-
vote, approved and placed on the ness education in the vocational-
Senate calendar a bill (HB 100) to 1. A 7.5 mile stretch on 103rd technical division of the state
establish a "Florida Recreational Street, from Normandy Boulevard department, was present as a
Trails System" and an advisory to I-295; estimated cost, $187, special guest. ri
council to oversee it. The trails 500. During their last meeting the RevolviIn C.r I
system is, basically, a network of competencies for performance
bicycle paths. 2. A 2-mile segment on Lane based education were discussed.
Though the tone of the bill is Avenue from 1-10 to 12th Street; Judy Lima from the University of
that of establishing a few paths estimated cost is $50,000. South Florida has been working
under a state grant revising and
organizing this material. This B
THE Finformation will be sent to thethe un-bank
state department of education for un-ank
approval and will form the basis
E for the state departments *JK 624 ocean street
acceptance of planned university T jacksonville, florida
programs. a o l o
Other topics discussed included
r Sunday al d 3. 2.5 miles on Old the new certification laws,
scenic" outings, an official with Middleburg Road from 103rd textbook adoption, AVA reorgan-
the Department of Natural Street to Herlong Road; cost ization, summer school schedules
Resources said the effect will very $62,500. and institutional planning guides.
likely be to provide for general 4. 2.3 miles on Wilson from Toward the end of the meeting
transportation in metropolitan Blanding Boulevard to Old new officers were elected for the
areas. It is difficult, he said, to Middleburg; cost $57,500. following year.
distinguish between "recreation PERSONAL LOANS THAT WORK LIKE
and "utility", such as a bicycle 5. A 5-mile stretch on St.
trip to the store. Consequently, Johns Bluff Road from Butler SALES TRAINEES CHARGE ACCOUNT FOR CASH
paths will likely be in places such Expressway to Atlantic Boulevard ..ncludes loan protection insurance for
as from universities and colleges at an estimated cost of $125,000. Local, regional and national .inurable members at no additional cost...
to shopping centers, where they Observers expect that only the career opportunmes witou itioncont
will be put to a lot of use, he first couple of projects in an area companies. We recruit talented
added, may be funded people for the top firms. Base
pass salary, commission, benefits, new century 21 office
car and expenses. Call fo for info. located off atlantic blvd.
MANAGEMENT =. 101 century 21 drive
RBRINKMAN'S MNAGEMENT p ofn 7t2ni9 bvd.
RECRUITERS phone 724-7921
Ca*&OdEIEi3 af2 f *E

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THE HALYARD May 29, .14 Page 9 )

Inside Out Bookstore shows little profit
BY CAROLYN KENYON tasted as ifit had been friedin BY OEW BRUNSON will ake up a major portion of this area a large diff i l prise
11 r- 1 seafood grease. net whiit, which wil cause the was observed.
IF YOU RE looking for place "When we started up the bookire to break about even.
with a lot of colorful atmosphere, Another time, my hanmbiger bookstore we had to...borrow Weitsen says this is a
touches of nostalgia and good was so dry and cooked so hard $160,000 from the (enerl t OOKSTORE is t same result of not bei to uy in
drinks, Anie Tiques is the place.. that I felt I was eating saw dt. Revenue F ...." Ward Han-' type operation as i food sufficient quaa ad thus
for you. If you are looking fr a cock, director of administrative serve* and duplicating vice having to sell the ihandise at
place with really good food, my IT ISN'T as if the prices e services started hi explanation of w the present ti.e a higher pice t cam be fouad
advice is don't go there. The food cheap and you are "getting viiat the bookstores price structure and $14,691.52 in the ager steoe IA the area.
is palatable but certainly Not you pay for" as the old saying method of operation with these to the above- d I to j combat tis
worth recommending,. goes. The hamburger platters, words. of pef fp.' sitnation eis toset up
S '.-which -~ the specialty of jbe state-widw-e- e
SThedecr is. from t. house rge around $2.23. wOW According to HaEoc the k reports tie gram which will bfs y help to
nineties and is extremely cofto il r that kind of money, a peon bookstore is an auxiliary c etnaurk-up on beeo S about cut costs o mat i other tLi
and beautifully done. -.toiv should at least be abli to eat what enterprise, this means that it 20% trade books, ~ater to books. Tbs pwr! h it enable
stained glass wiasMiI^ he ordered. Send it back you say. receives no operating expenses 30%, ever, Martin s a the aS state to
ne ie t Weim ,Wi f.tad 'I did: Unfortunately, al that I fm fhe state but i generate. o I manager, 0l8at consoti pro
ra0g*s, old .hoto6 .. accomplished was making the these funds itself. AlM it mast theW s no mark up ai h. grams on these V they wll
qutaitely framed and unique, rest pf my party wait for me to eat help pay back the eIterest-ree. Accau g to Weitsen, wit the be able te buy i iMmtyand
an"d s create a warMn tWos- my recently returned 'saw dust loan which was used to set up a4 beeks are purchas$6 the thus re4Ie cost:"
Sbuger.w' of the aia y: services. As 4f putbler will quote Mal retead
wf' 4r)rir j For drkinkg, dasLng a t a this date aiitug has been pai price I ten f t Accordiog to s
'" .P a" program ist aria
l e cl to t al The n l is then pircha t this period and is savings
San i& d vidastic pe of BOTH AICOCK and Univer- dis t price and sold a the m 55 c e
Sestatrt a bar ib n Jacksove sity ControBer Mike Andrea retail gikce. lo sas S Iat he able te
I h e .ten at Y A "aia Unfotnately, oarn cit is tliMag explained tbpt because of this secure fom Wtor a
I e; v ten at..-Ali In providing places for young arrangement and because of the. There has been some 4i1estion tentative agreeaT.guarantee
severatin fe i a adults togo for a god time. I t is small university community id-.. as t he position Weitse holds ing paper for the m 01 ons0 .
statg ttthe fd is less hn too bad that the food does not live bookstore is making little--if any w n the bookstore opertien. A of 1974.
should be. Each time my meals up to the expectations you have profit. rumor has been circulating that
have been consistently dis- w y Weitsen was actually the owaer of When question to where
appointin. he salads have been e yo e The Auxiliary Trust Fund the bookstore and was making, the money to sit, l the new
limp and appeared totbe at least a EVERYONE SHOULD go there Balance Sheet and Summary of great sums of money from the quarters for the bi ore came
day old. The blue cheese dressing at least once just for the Operations fr the period 7/1/73 purhaes of students. from, Andreu sailtht it had
had no cream and was so lumpy I experience. My only suggestion is through 3/31/74 shows.a total of been included thi the
practically choked. hM steak drink, don't eat. $236,185.38 from sales and IN ACTUALITY, Weitsen is a construction costs, a did not
services which when the cost 6-f career service employee and come from sales li Ae bookstore.
MIi2 it& st" n- lar p gnl merchandise, $172,971.87, -ws receives a salary which is As to the reasb for the
Sloan pam subtracted.left a gross margin dr pre-etermined. Al bookstore carpeting and nice tmosphere in
3.$,213.51, employees are career service with the bookstore, it was done to
v CONNIE HOFFMAN and are unable to qualify for a the exception of temporary help provide the stud*ts with a
SFederal Interest Subsidy. There. The operating expenses are who come under OPS. pleasant place t. come to
Rep, Mattox Hair, D-Jackson- fore they are unable to quality for then subtracted from the gross .After a random survey a.books according to all parties ques-
ville, is the sponsor of a new bill a loan under the Floridi Insured margin to leave a profit of at the University of Flr d lioned.
that will supplement the existing Student Loan Program. S14,041. Andmr pointed out that the diversityy of.Nth itAm. it ~ :
this total does not include -was shown that teprxtn g -- ... -
Florida Insured Student Lo The 1972 law cannot be allocations for utilities, deprecia- a slightly lower price- .. EED
ogram. amended because the "financial tiori or indirect charges for Wheswmaterials other t)i NteExts
When the mi al. Shde "t need" prerequisite was written administrative services. These ate armed between t~ : UNF SOM ETI NG..
Loan Program created in into thi prospectus for the first charges, according to Andre a.. other sto it- the
1972, the legislature intended for boena issue under the state, so ., .,
everyone who wante g n net to the 1.9 iti 8 COO to be Studied To abuy
college to be eligible for a loan,- law would -not lift the restrictions O b
However .,ir, .,_ r on the use of the bond proceeds.
However, in writing the r on the use of the bond proceed Students who enroll in the train ride through Germany, Lokhg for a bok .A a ma?
administering the program t E NEW BLL will make University of North Florida (UNF Belgium and France on the return .
State Board of Eda n re student loans available t Division of Continuing Education trip.
Iib e a re additional deserving students S s. S students who enroblitl; e WM die
Florida student loan. This means "The new authorization and the ,Infant Schdls" -Ill find S er.te_
nlorida studesttuilne loan Thit f nd themselves 'dyAtq ng-hi London' `me THE M LO A .he
that presently students must w student loan tran fund te sle t hg Lon hours credit from UNF in the
meet a "financial needs" te .established Oy this bil will be and B I, threeweeks course EDU 580 Seminar. anfaI Ac, .ift I .g
Which many deserving udLnts e sentially the same as the 1972 during the 1974 summer quarter., u EDU 580 Seminar.' o lAa Sa
which many deserving s nts except that an need" EAC STUDENT wi be CO"Wb.
annotdowill not be a prereqii te bra "Summer Study Abroad: required to pay his own expense
who need loAn. No general revenue funds British Infant Schools," win be a at group rates arranged b UNF r cm a .as am a word
MANY ST DENTS who need are used The progr ots are study of the open-school concept during summer quarter togtstra- Ns -r--fW nam
loans could higher eductheorigin taken out of the spread between of education in the British Infant tion, four weeks poor to .r -.k n o..i t.
Sincomelevel test interest on the bonds terest School for children, three thru departure. .
$15000unable toshow"fanl need," on the loans," said Hair. five years of age. Particular Further information on the .__._. "
u attention will be given to the use program maybe obtained by W
of the open-school concept which cang or writing the UNF
*M allows children to. progress at Division of Continuing Education, The HAt MAD nmme me right
.M.o viS U t d w i their own speed. P.O. Box 17074, Jacksonville, to act a somfe MU
BYBIL HUBBARD This approach enables the THIS PROGRAMI w be 32216, telephone 646;2700. amyc eo -vr a am
outstanding performer to prog- directed by Dr. Betty' M.. iisIlv rhg copy n tmhed for
A new distinction in elementary ress as rapidly as he is capable Flinchum, UNF associate profes- pudcetd on, ard Me at to eat,
school physical education is being of moving, and also provides for sor of education. Dr. Flinchum reva ., or .r*E -nr copy or
experienced by students at the less capable performer being will be assisted by a University of ajVh'tJ.gw yratontt- a. r
Loretto Elementary in Mandarin, measured against a standard or South, Florida education profes- .
Under the guidance of Dr. Betty norm, which in turn permits him sor, the executive secretary of the STUDENTSearn while you learn.' No "Ns,mflw d.
Flinchum of the college of health the: experience of success and English National Professional Par-time work. promises good, : a Ad
and physical education, pre- personal satisfaction on the same Association, and the supervisor of money and invaluable experience A
service teachers from University level as the outstanding perfor- the Bristol (England) schools. to. hose who 'qualify. F for gn t l, -a
of North Florida (UNF) are mer. In other words, the .interview, phone PaulC. Glass at
introducing Movement Education Movement Education approach Students who register for the 268-6637. Fri d 31
to all grades at Loretta school. encompasses the physical and study will leave Jacksonville June Reprints of all Halyard photos
Movement Education origina- intellectual abilities and limita- 27 returning on July 16. available. For more information Contact TIE AL YARD
ted in England some fifteen years tions of each student performing Travel arrangements have been contact: The Halyard office or call R oom r1Sf a. Bi
ago and- has experienced a task. scheduled by air to Luxembourg 646-2817 _
ago and has experienced great and by train through northwes- ..
success in that country. Now it is THE STUDENTS at Loretto tend by Europe acrossthe Englishs-
rapidly becoming a trend in have especially enjoyed Move- Chanel to London with a scenic *upC DI IUUl UNI C
elementary school programs ment Education, as have the CAf OPENIN S
throughout the United States and pre-service teachers from UNF
Canada. who are introducing this '. .-
THROUGH THE use of approach. The pre-service teac- C0oe reservaiOtS PHYSICAL FACILITIES: Custo- UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT:
Movement Education the child is hers have learned that movement dial Workers $4,698.00: Custodial Secretary IV 7,036.56.
helped to understand and control experiences can also be a lake off Beginning today, canoes will be Supervisor 1-5,073.84: Custodial
the many ways in which thebody point for other class work which checked out .n a reservation Supervisor 11-5,721.12: Operating COLLEGE OF BUSINESS: Secre-
may move. Movement Education may include music, reading, art basis. Reservations may be made Engineer 1-6,472.80: Eng. Tech. tary II 5,762.88.
incorporates the natural incHina- and drama. in the Student Activities office III-7,537.68: Campus Security
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desire to move freely, to be Holt of the music department at SCIENCESr Clerk Typist II 5,
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abilities through a variety of Movement Education to the each individual presenting a 5,387.04: Keypunch Opera-
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Page 10 May 29, 1974 THE HALYARD i J L

-Supe chals

I -

:.v Super-Pro challenges May

Made the second turn and already proven`my speed in the
BY NO LENO started into the straight. Kevin tricycleraces, and had planned to
S: zed the trouble facing me, compete in the two-man event by -
Looks of disbelief followed me e ac myself.
d Perha it was and rushed onto the track to give
H'''- through the day. Perhaps t was ^J ^^
because of the "Super-Pro me help. He and John thought a The only thing stopping me was
Sptfit" which adorned my pit top was in order t the fact the Super-Pro was
Magnificent bod, or maybe it was he fo wold onl tae ree tripping over his cape. It was a
the fact they knew a person of my t w little dfcult to run from one side
athletic ability was meant f minute. to the other and still catch the
bigger and better things. The Super-Pro is no dummy. egg.
From the start of the first From past experiences, I knew t Don Renshaw saw the problem
event, my competitors kinew their would :tae them t l facing me so he offered to give me
masculinity was to be challenged minutes. Instead they were told to facing. The competition startedme
givea hamnd. The competition started
by a far superior being. I could give me a push t fiih l off with Don making the first toss.
feel the fear in them as the We werereallly flyingdownthe
'Super-Pro" eflxed his muscles. It seemed as though things
...P....im e straight, when from out of
SIn my custom-made racing nowhere, we ran into a boulder in wer st th e ea fr u ftromu
coveralls, flanked by the ar, the a the Super-Pro caught
: "pi c'w" (Kevin resulting crash was spectacular,
'. "" .1 ~Super-Pro "pit cewn (Kevin t .of.. e- l h
wbunUte mrtrusty tdh ore
perhaps I should say "rusty" Even though my body was in No doubt, it was an attempt by
trike. perfect physical condition, the my competition to distract me
conret took.. is tofrom the task at hand. The egg
,,Awter aM t concrete too t too istoll ontea d d nothe
"..,- Aftcrew was sumhor t test d t Super-Pro.M My. aching body lay dropped to the grass but did not
Sthe machinery. Kevin, .My chief sprawled aross the track.
mechanic, oiled the wheels, as ws g g After all the eggs were broken
John checke d the pedals fy bodyas I ly ere except for the one in the hands of
S --../ handlebars, and seat for foreign yelled the Super-Pro, Don and I took
matdeposite by some of thave otheren something bot myblocking the first place in the event.
competitors, in an attempt track would constitute disquifi- Tle hoppity-hop relay saw a
-ompetitors, in an attempt to ,. cation for me.
keep the Super-Pro from being a determined effort by a team
top contender. A suge of energy, prompted coposed of members of the
Kevin gave me the thumbs up by this threat,'sent me on my way Halyard staff Judi Benson,
Kevin gae me the thumbs up a nde t turleadg Carolyn Kenyon, Don Renshaw,
signal, or maybe it was "the againto the home stretch, and saw and yours, truly, the Super-Pro,
finger", anyway I knew the trike the finish line, last minute plated third inthe.event.
was ready for competition.My i '&d w t crash.
red crash helmet glistened in the spring ended with 'anther crash. It was an event that is really
rays of the overhead light, as the the tim I crossed the finish hard to describe. Bouncing across

hunk of metal to terrific speeds. stroke the ball was on the up
As the field of four trikes entered The judges, Mike Aigento, stroke. This meant we met in the
the first turn, I had to sow down By the Aime I crossed Rictheis air ad lost the coordination
"sltarie s which wee. i lint ; the judges had already th

Decided to let me have another I was not the only d grading to the
trike as he crossed thnal e finwa sh lowing decided the wagainners, Tears cameonly

S\There still was a chance to take thing I had to beat was the clock. Sack racing provided me with
second if I could hold my positionit complications. My wife has told
throughAs the Super-Pro crossed the me I am pretty good in the sack
lThe rider behind me was finish line, the crowd cai e to but this was evidently not my day.
hitt o me tal the btt with his their feet and cheered. It was not
knees every time he took a stroke unt later I found out they were After hopping about ten yards
This was a dead give away to the not cheering for me, but in fact the ground gave way from
infact he was closing the lead I once Rlesinerwere cheering because a sexy underneath me. It must have
Sad. looking chick with very little on been one of those sink-holes
walked behind me. Florida is noted for.
decided to let me have anotherThe tremendous power theI w nt teonyone

much for the trike. I began to judges into awarding second not even get a second chance to
S, experience mechanical difficul- place in the means division to me. I make the finals.
ties. The handlebars were took a super bow, and headed for
pointing in one direction, and the the next area of competition. In of the oands tennis relay, I
tufront wheel was doslante secnd, ad andonce again I was 45 to the a vercmplaining of discomfort ing
Sdegreie angle in f the fi other r The egg-throw was theno onext three other people willing to geta.
dThere stillon. event on the schedule.tae thing I hadt beat as the that close e to me. d me with

direction. :event on the schedule. I had -that close to me.

THE HALYARD Ma 29 1974 Pase 11

Day supremacy of Slough

I do not know if it was the fact I Kevin Inyang and John Morrell With that we made our way to

perhaps it was because of the three-legged race. This time we *
ridiculous outfit I was werig Don was the only one having did not make the same mistake.
Experience in a canoe. John,

My feeling is, it was te latter, I evin and myself had never been After approachinge judges

as the only ones if coud ete to be min a canoe before. and telling them the "S" on the
on myteam waere three guy. I front of my shirt did not stand fo

thoughthis might look bad for the This added to make the surprise something obscene, but only
image of the Super-Pro so Italked second plarece finsh the team pointed out the fact I was
y wife into participating in the received. It was truly an "super", they laughed and usaid
heont. unbelievable feat for us. As a another word which started with
D a ymaer of ac, we tk e thye letter "". (It o fwas obscene.)
his do not know if it was the fact I Kevin Inyang and Johnwrong ribbons awWithay that wemade our wabeforey they had a

mave. One of the gs wash ve t ccamne to ad inchk the e t. thee ee the heat Iracs ie
hbad looig an m wife spet the three-legged race. i tin we
ulusie somtt trI waingg toon wa the tea oed mostly a nv thdd not make he samemdstake no

as t he only ones I ofree-agentsge tmade up our effort and teleming the final racth e wa"S" on the
on my team wereg-of-war. We faced the different of my shirt did not stand forory.
thoughtismih t loot bad for the e This added to the suprise so meeting obscene, but onl dI

image of thetSuper-p tke sema the h Pday the Groteam pointe had a good start, but
mywifeintoparticipating inthe received. It was truly an "super", they laughed and said

event unbelievable feat for us. As a another word which started with
matter of fact, we took the the letter hiS" (It was obscene.)
guy finally mad to e his way to me ourselveibbons treadin water. They ad a

mwit the tennis bal. e ha not took the defeat in stride as theys weremi s the hat races in
bad looking ing either, andspent went on to take second plathreelegged ace,e and we
quite only thingme the Super-Pro got the competition.osed mo won the second heat with noded

ball to him free-agents made up our effort fi probh the frs e toss. Beag a s pr
thi. he tu-of-war. We faced the different story e te
From the other sidisappointing of the line Ithe would not favor me, as we were
could not tell what exaing ctly estmatch of the dayr-Pro. The Grounds We had a good rowingstart, butprofessional model
going on bt I did not feelthat Cre second out an on my hopes of risbeehalf-way trogh the races.
-her arms. should .. e wrapped. further competition in the event. -. something-happened 'and we.lost'
Sup e r-Pro did not place. For lack The racee.This tistarted witht theDon taking
was not my favorite kind of pie. to mWe held them for about three blame on feet Don frenthough it was
AftEven thabough I was the m inutesrst the minutes, and then found tigh t really his t fault,, but the.,
guy finally madehis way to me ourselves treading water, We Super-Pro co wild not make two
with the tennis ball. He ad of mnot. toointhe defeat in stride as they later istaes in the same day.

in s lpam. Iwent onwas a cramp, second it was first hand account of my next
shaven that morning efforther, andmy my turn to tand up. adventure, which I have not
stomach sentthecompetition. a message to myThe decide 'sd competition ended

breathe only "If thingat mouth takes one Don let go of my legs and Igo
f fo his ert was raw chin from with theh
his Atubbles. The wheelbarrow race proved ithwas itevit.sble the outcome
to bebaary disappointing' wil the would not favor umep' ss we were

Needless to say, that was all it c xtoithwasin pother evitrb th otoome
tooI claimed to be tire good fro at, the the second man on my ea frisbees.
down-hi. Mynot place. Fowas lac the handles a first, and switched rong My longest toss wound up
upwaset to let the resindt of mypie to me driving on the way back about three feet om where it
w the evwas thrown from.tot was a fine a
Even though I was the first to The competition was tight way to end my first adventure.
he table, it l for a osin going into the first part of the
cause Looing and, the oth re. Nearing the sitcover The Super wll return in afell. By

reports Dr.oun. Ntwantingh
eaters were far ahead of me, point, my leg experienced a sharp later issue of the.Halyard to give a..

to lose my teddy bear, I was te w gote r
pain. t was a camp, and it as first hand account of my nextit did not make any
In a last minute efort, my my turn t stand up, advetudifferencee, whichif we wonhave notor not.
stomrac h sent my decided onyet.it
withdrawn, my that mouth takes one about that, as he commenced give
my excus bite, "Accthis oring 's stood and the cramp was one.

horoscope I should not confront a yo l ?We
Needlessoctor to say.", that was a it took off in th e other direct, "Yound
Mytoo an d I retired not prevent know Iam the Super-Pro, I know I

me from competing in the team am the Super-Pro, But the judges
the event though. Don Renshaw, didn't know come.it.
The week preceding the May

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First game slated for July News briefs

Club holds installation concerns; self-induction methods
WJKS-TV, (ch. 17) has been Jacksonville will play New York Portland at Memphis, July 25, and practice; and instruction on
awarded a contract with the in the Gator Bowl on July 11, for New York at Philadelphia, August New officers for the 1974-75 how to write self-improvement
Television Sports Network (TVS) the first televised game of the 1, Southern California at year of the University of North suggestions.
to carry the National televised Memphis, August 8, Hawaii at Florida Women's club were Dr. Travis Carter UNF
World Football League (WFL) season. The game will be Jacksonville, August 15, South- iald ay 9 e club associate professor of psychology
games. blacked-out in the Jacksonville ern California at Houston, August Spring Luncheon. and director of counseling
The television games will be area. 22, Chicago at Detroit, August 29, services will again instruct the
played on Thursday nights Birmingham at Chicago -and The officers are: Marguerite course.
instead of the regularly scheduled Other games to be broadcast by September 7, Chicago at Bowman, president; Kathy
Wednesday night games. WJKS will include, July 18, Birmingham. McArdle, first vice-president; Registration fee for the short
Joan Siudzinski, second vice- course is $75 and is payable by
rk nnounce gam e Sce ing secretary; Kitty Kipp, mailed to the Division of
corresponding secretary; and Continuing Education, University
After months of waiting, the Hawaiians are being placed in the on Thursday nights. Beth Casbeer, treasurer.
World Football League (WFL) Western Division. The Jacksonville Sharks will
released a 120-game schedule EACH OF THE 12 teams will open their season against the Second round set for of North Florida, P.O. Box 17074,
with the first games slated for20 game schedule, facing New York Stars. The Sharks were Jacksonville, 32216. Additional
July 10. each team in their division twice. picked to play their season opener information on the program may
The WFL is divided into three The season will end with for television viewers throughout hypnosis course be obtained by calling646-2700 or
divisions. Jacksonville, Florida semi-finals set for Nov. 20, and the country by virtue of the high writing the division.
(Orlando), Philadelphia, and New the world Bowl Game scheduled caliber players signed and over The University of North Florida
York make up. the Eastern for Nov. 29. 18,000 season ticket sales. (UNF) Division of Continuing
Division. (UNF) Division of C
The Central Division includes, Most of the WFL games will be The Sharks game against the Education will sponsor a second Sorrelle given award
Detroit, Chicago; Birmingham, played on Wednesday nights, Hawaiians, to be played on Aug. short-course in self-hypnosis to
and Memphis. Houston, Port with one game a week chosen to 8 will also be shown on national be held each Thursday evening The Sertoma Club of South
land, Southern California, and the be played for national television 6 e fr o ntm inu6in: through June Jacksonville has granted Gary
6 and continuing through June
-UNF softbaC 27. Sorrelle, a University of North
......UNFh 2 gu Florida marketing major, a
S"Self-hypnosis Training for scholarship award.
review of the nature of The award was given to
Monday June 3, UNF vs RSH self-hypnosis; application of the Sorrele during th club's recent
#1, 8:50, Norwood, 6014 Norwood technique to lose weight or to stop breakfast meeting, according to
Ave. smoking and other personal Dr. James M. Parrish, dean of the
Harmon awarded Jacksonville's Sister-City is Wednesday May 29, UNF vs university's College of Business
Bahia Blanca, and students from Safe lite 7:40 Picketville, 3327 Administration.
pronouncer plaque both cities exchange places in North Lane Ave.
homes and schools.

language and literature depart- e y Speaks at meet Softba lItea m into first working student enrolled m the
ment, was recently awarded a Dr. Joseph M. Perry, chair- The University of North Florida that people of UNF can see their College of Business Administra-
plaque for his "outstanding man, department of economics, (UNF) men's softball team moved softball team in action. tion who displays both need and
cooperation and support" over was 'the keynote speaker at the into first place in Mens'City B Davis complimented the defen- competency.
the last three years as Pronouncer Spring Conference of Florida Softball League, after their last sive playing of Buck Weintraub,
for the "Times-Union" and Newspaper Advertising Execu- four games. short stop, and Lance Green,
"Journal" Regional Spelling Bee. tives in Clearwater, May 1-3. Harrell International went short fielder. They are doing a Sorrelle is planning to complete
This year's spellers fro the doused the cantons downtodefMt'attlthi i ham&l t i0e i w Jo t o us, praised graduation requirements it~
region success spelled such Of national economy, the state UNF team by a 10-5 score. The Davis. August.
bete noirn as 'liturgical", economy and predictions for both. UNF team faced Joe Jacks
sabbatical" ."paranoia", and He also discussed the role of Lounge inthe next game. It was a "e stick together, and play
"quarantineAll the champions newspaper advertising in state close game with UNF winning by good together," Davis said of his
quarantine". All the champion team. He is still a little
spelled many words correctly, economic growth. one run 7-6. disappointed in the spectator DURHAM
disappointed in the spectator DURHAM 'S
Tabor attends meet Brad's Glass was the next turnout. "Now that we are CYC ES
including Duval County's cham- victimof the powerful UNF team. winning, maybe they'll come outCYCLES
pion who finally succumbed to the speaks at sem n r UNF pounded in 17 runs against and support us," he continued.
regional champion by failing to seven runs scored by their
spell "ensemble" correctly. Assistant Professor of Health opponents. A--TA
and Education Dr. Terry R. Tabor Larry Davis, player coach, ACCOUNTANTS
The winner will compete in the attended the annual meeting of leads the team with a 625 batting
National Bee which will be held in the American College of Sports average, followed by Jeff Alano, We e s ehonal reoutl kin-
Wash., D.C. for a $1000 prize. Medicine May 9-11, in Knoxville, hitting 615, and Wayne Hend- dodng for talented people You
Tennessee.ricks with 600. e nedd now Check wkh us
S During the previous week, ricks with 600.
Professor Haron is also one of Tabor visited Auburn University UNF's record for the season fo h o l, md o d fo" M itoM
the three judges in the and on May 2 spoke to a graduate stands at 5-1, with four games left carr portne. Cal or info.
Sister-Cities International Ex- seminar in the department of in the first half of the season. As a
change Committee's National health and physical education on team, UNF is batting 408. MANAGEMENT
Youth Essay Contest. High school the topic "Developing a Compet- RECRUITERS 25 Atlantic Blvd.
students have written essays on ecy-Based Professional Prepara- Davis is still ope Atlantic Beach, R.
"How Our Community Can tion Program in Physical challenge by clubs or organize -
Celebrate America's Bicentennial Education" tions on campus. Hie hopes SAM OF JAX, INC. 38-813 249 33
Together With Our Sister-City." The following day he spoke on ill take the challenge to heart so
i the same topic to interested
Sharks Schedule health and physical education
ly Neo(tnT faculty members. A wonderful sp
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'The Visit' ,

has irony
[from page 1]
TWPR helps women
are superb trees and other things.
Swaying in with trunks and leaves
they add in rounding out the total
Presentation. Switching aptly into One of the many local agencies whenever they leave the
various other roles these which serve as a center for premises; their curfews are strict;
i. ,characters bring to life the joy of psychology practicums is the and they are required to attend
theater in its many facets of Women Probationers' Residence group therapy meetings which
S= "" f change. The choreography of the Program (WPR). It began inN THE counselors feel
play is professionally treated and December 1973 and has a WHEN THE counselors feel
carried out by the cast as is the capacity of six women. This that a woman can function
music played on guitar and drums capacity will hopefully be doubled responsibly and that she has
Bo oby Mike Wetzel and David during the current year. eliminated what motivated her to
Potolesr evl. "repeafedly break the law, she is
i The program was founded as placed on pre-release status. She
Mic Robertson as Ill's wife, an alternative to jail for young is no longerrequired to live in the
Gary Cox as his son and Linda women. After a second offense community setting, but is still
iCarter as the daughter serve to (which usually results in a jail kept under supervision and
S enforce the background of horror sentence) the women are sent to counseling. If her progress
surrounding the deed. Despite con she is soon graduated
few line stumbles they carry out the program if their judge feels from tihe program. If a woman
their roles effectively. that they are qualified and that fail t respona t o the treatment
Roger Franklin as Capt. Von Trapp and the seven Von Trapp the program would be advan- of the program or does so potreatmenorly
the, program would be advan- of the program or does so poorly,
children bring alive "The Sound of Music" now playing at the tageous for the person. she is returned to he court
Thunderbird. THERE ARE MANY moods to sgehe is returned to the cout
"The Visit" but none of them are Marcia Tankersley, director of system wrehe is given a jail
contrived. The play stretches WPR, emphasizes that their main sentence for her offense.
SS d o M music refre thing from subtle irony to slapstick goal is to teach responsibility, Pam commented, "I probably
OUdr u escomedy and dips drastically down love and concern. would have just coped an attitude
to the depth of cruelty. It is a in jail. I'd of said when I get out of
complex play which calls for a PAM MC KENZIE, the first here I'm gonna rip off everything
BY BUZZ MILLS with her version of "Climb Every company that can work well graduate of the program, was I see. I'm gonna know what I did
Mountain". The nuns of the together and that way "The admitted after being convicted of wrong this time and next time I
Can you imagine "The Sound Abbey, Betty Chretien, Jacque- Visit" is a success. forgery with a credit card. She get a credit card I won't blow it."
of Music" on stage without the line Reilly, Jane Kennedy and shared her feelings concerning
Alps and Julie Andrews? Its here, Thelma Baker, have exceptional Woman Probationers' Resi-
and even more delightfully done, voices that transform the There are no small parts in the the program, "They preach dence Program was federally
at the Thunderbird Dinner Thunderbird into the Abbey. play because each part is responsibility and after awhile funded but must soon be
Theatre. OTHERS IN the cast; Mickey necessary to the flow. Erich you start listening. I didn't have absorbed by a local government.
The musical was handled with Barry as the housekeeper, Paul Brumbaugh as Claire's husbands much responsibility before...." Due to this unstable financial
great precision by director Robert Vasvari as the butler, Gary Bower VII-IX typifies the necessity of a situation, Ms. Tankersley is
Bruce Holley. And the cast, one as Rolf Gruber and Richard cast that can switch from one The WPR is located in the striving to establish a trust fund
after the other, with beautiful Valliere as Herr Zeller, bring a expression to another and they YWCA. The women share the for theprogramwhich is theonly
voices complimenting each other newness, to these roles that make carry it off effectively. responsibilities of community one of it's kind for women in
through every turn of the this production of "The Sound of living. The counselors work Florida.
production. Music" unique and delightful. closely with the women to solve
Especially charming in the cast Particulaly charming and The lights, music overall their e tonal and social, Disssngtl U ~tvene's of
were the seven children who talented wea-.Karen Ford as Elsa IMtQey D*p'9ftrt f n t of
played the young Von Trapps. Six Sehraeder ad David Lile as Max are com n an bept the p P stated, i s
coment't illegal. All it is is things '
of them are local but handle Detweiler. Their roles are grows throughout the audience under close supervision. Their nt a A t things
themselves as if they were brought to life with a style that that theater has indeed come to money is regulated by the staff; that are goingto hurt somebody.things
professionals. conveys the decadence of the Nazi the university. If laurels haveto they must sign in and out wouldn't like anybody stealing
they ms sign nn ans oung wouldn't like anybody stealing
With the combination of Age. be given they must go to Jane
Withgorgeous sets by Richard ITH MUCH exuberance and Decker for her creation, are held at least twice a week. my credit card."
gorgeous sets by Richard WITH MUCH exuberance and
Featheringill, tasteful lighting by joy, Jeanne Shea brings Maria to
Doug Landrum and Eddie Hames the stage. From the opening song
and of course that music, "Sound of Music" to "Edel- FOR
executed with precision by Bill weiss", Ms. Shea is Maria. F
Davis, the players couldn't have
gone wrong. Captain Von Trapp, played by GRADUATION
"The Sound of Music" is here. Roger Franklin was an exciting
Hopefully it will run as long as it counterpart to Ms. Shea's Maria.
did on Broadway so that everyone Franklin is a veteran with the
can have the privilege of seeing part, but with his commanding T e U niC 20
it. voice he still brings a freshness to
Maggie Task, the Mother the role that passes along to the Electronic
Abbess, brings tears to the eyes audience...
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