Vol 1 No. 14 University of North Florida Jacksonville, Florida Wednesday, July 24, 1974
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UNF: Where Does It Stand Today?
By FRANK E. STANFIELD They base their decision on such The March report noted that Atlantic University in Boca Raton.
Halyard Staff Writer things as the number of volumes the faculty had published F I U and U N F have no dorms
in the library, faculty diversity, numerous books and articles, and on campus, but Florida Atlantic
Where does U NF stand in and other factors, that the Fine Arts Department depends heavily on revenue from
relationship to other institutes of faculty members had exhibited campus residents. All four
Higher learning? The question is Te A iati ciN visual arts and had played in institutes are new and compara-
difficult if not impossible to fate during theirupcoming renowned symphony orchestras tive data is not available. The only
answer. For example how do you December meeting. UNF officials both here and abroad. UNF faculty data is found in its
compare an established four year are optimistic about the outcome.
school or even a junior college to a During the recent accreditation Despite all of the faculty's internal records.
new upper two year school? team visit one team member accomplishments, the median age What it boils down to
I Strange as it may seem, ht may remarked that the faculty was the for the faculty is only 33 years old. ultimately is subjective judge-
even be impossible to compare best he had ever seen for the size The largest portion of the faculty ments about the various schools
UNF to a similar upper to of the institute, has one to four years of teaching and how the students' various
to a similar upper two experience, needs can be met.
year school In a recent report to UNF For students who like to shop
One measuring device of President Thomas Carpenter, Three other upper two year for the best education and
Florida colleges and universities Vice President Roy L. Lassiter Jr. universities exist in Florida compare the various schools --
is the Southern Association of noted that 72 per cent of the besides UNF, they are: Florida good luck. Flipping a coin would
Colleges and Schools. The faculty had their doctorate and 79 International University (F I U ) probably be as fruitful as trying to
Association decides what schools per cent had their doctorate or a in Miami, University of West find comparative data to support a
will and will not be accredited. terminal degree to their fields. Florida in Pensacola, and Florida subjective judgement.
-Staff Photos by Shirley Corbin
Did you know that Doc has hundreds of visitors it seems animals. Graham said, "With The Zoo is being redeveloped the zoo. Membership annual
abandoned Debbie to join the everything culminates in the natural habitats of these animals by the Jacksonville Zoological rates are $10 for individuals, $15
circus? Or that Onca and Zorro summer. In June alone we've reducing everyday, it's up to zoos Society to make it a major for couples, $25 for families and a
are the parent of triplets? All this seen the birth of two lions, three just to keep these animals from recreational facility. All of the family sponsor membership for
is happening not on the soap pirmas, three jaguars, a marma- becoming extinct. admissions charges are for this $100. There is also a membership
operas but the Jacksonville set, a baboon and numerous Another added feature is the purpose. The Charges are $1.25 for students from 6-18 for $5. For
Zoological Park. birds," said Judy Graham, public Children's Zoo, an area with for adults and 5.50 for children further membership information
The Jacksonville Zoo, located relations director for the many young animals including from 6-12. ; call 765-6900.
on the north side of Trout River Zoological Society. many they can pet. Ms. Graham If you become a member of the
just off of Heckscher Drive, is said, "I've seen more and more Jacksonville Zoological Society Since its beginning in 1914 with
filled with the excitement of According to Graham, zoos are homes without pets. There is no you are admitted free. In addition six domestic animals the
summer. becoming more and more way to teach kids how to react you receive the Zoo newsletter, Jacksonville Zoo now contains
"There's lots of activity in the important. Besides giving visitors with animals without animals Kitabu, a free annual picnic, free over 260 different kinds of
summer at the zoo. Besides a chance to view wild animals, around. This is the function of our admission to other zoos in the mammals, birds, and reptiles,
zoos do vital research for the Children's Zoo." country and pride in being part of 'otalling about 960 specimens.
9aide SPYS, Fun"...Page 2 The KKK...Page 5
Five Child Care...Page Three Quiet Station...Page 6
4alU'eul Pipe Problems...Page 4 Hee 4 Here And There...Page Seven
Page 2 July 24, 1974 THE HALYARD
Essential Tool In Nine- Week Pilot Program
By S.W. HOLLAND Dr. Eestine C. Maben
Halyard Staff Writer consultant f the r eadn that student should take to
SQ3R. program, was also responsible for overcome detected difficulties.
its development and implementa-
No it is not a backup play for tion. The reading classes are kept
the Jacksonville Sharks, but one A member and delegate to the small which insures personal
of the many essential tools usedQ3R International Reading Associa- THE READING CLASSES ARE contact between consultant and
in a nein e week pilot reading ETHOD, WHICH STANDS tion, Dr. Maben success KEPT SMALL WHICH INSURES student as well as insuring
program being conducted by the FORE SURVEY / QESTAION signed and implen edsothly PERSONAL CONTACT BET- constructive inter-group discus-
Academic and Enrichment Skills pOE S WEEN CONSULTANT AND sions and critiques. If a student
Center (AESC) for the University READ-REVIEW-RECITE; AND college level reading programs in STUDENT AS WELL AS still needs help with the step by
of North Florida (UNF). WiTH THE HELP OF CON- North Carolina and Washington STUDENT AS WELL AS still needs help with the step by
WIof North Florida (UNF). WITTel F CN C a n shio INSURING CONSTRUCTIVE IN. step instruction then a private
By using the SQ3R method, TROLLED READERS AND D.C. She has been consultant to TERGROUP DISCUSSIONS conference between instructor the
which stands for Survey / PACERS; STUDENTS CAN several reading programs for AD R U I SU nd enc be arngd
Quewhich stand/ Read-Review-Re INCREAS, OFTEN TIMES industry, primary and secondary AND CRITIQUES. IF A STU- and student can be arranged.
Question/ Read-Review-Recite; IN A OFTEN TIMES usry, primary an secondary DENT STILL NEEDS HELP
and with the help of controlled DOUBLE, THEIR READING schools throughout the country. CONFERENCES CAN BE AllR- Although this a pilot program,
readers (specially equipped film RATES. How does a student begin the IANGED. a regular reading program is
projectors) and pacers; students program? How does he determine tentatively scheduled for this fall.
can increase, often times double, what his problems are? The The reading program is open to
their reading rates; raise levels of student is given the SRA test the UNF community and anyone
comprehension and learn the which pinpoint areas of difficul- interested can inquire at the
principles and techniques for the ties that enable AESC personnel Academic and Enrichment Skills
best methods of study, to determine the proper course Center.
S -P C y S
THE SKYLINE IN DOWN-
TOWN JACKSONVILLE IS
REACHING TOWARD THE
STARS THESE DAYS AS THE
NEW INDEPENDENT LIFE
BUILDING NEARS COMPLE-
TION. FROM THE OUTSIDE,
THE MAMMOTH STRUC-
TURE LOOKS NEARLY COM-
PLETE, HOWEVER MONTHS
OF WORK STILL REMAIN TO
BE DONE IN THE INTERIOR OF
THE BUILDING. ALTHOUGH
NO FIRM DATE HAS YET TO
BE ANNOUNCED CONCERN-
ING THE TOTAL COMPLETION
OF THE FACILITY, OFFICIALS
ARE HOPEFUL THEY'LL BE
.. ABLE TO MOVE IN BY THIS
By CAROLYN KENYON te plays the straight man and TIME NEXT YEAR.
Halyard Feature Editor provides Gould with many Staff Photo by Shirley Corbin
opportunities to deliver the
Films now playing in Jackson- "zingers" he has become famous
ville run the gamiutfrom musicals for, usually preceded by a pause.
to zany comedies such. as and a look of pure disbelief that
"S*P*Y*S" and a lot in between. anyone could be that naive.
The guys from "M*A*S*H" are Much of the movie is spent with
back together again in another Gould trying to convince
spoof flick that puts down all the Sutherland that the "good ol' "
government espionage agency's CIA would kill them just as
on both sides of the Iron Curtain. quickly as the "other side" to
meet their needs.
Donald Sutherland and Elliott Gould comes off well as the
Gould are well paired as two rebel who chose spy work because
American agents based in Paris it was exciting and the money was
working for the CIA. pretty good.
Sutherland plays the dedicated, His sloppy diess and unortho-
patriotic, certificate of merit dox manner of handling situations
winning agent with all the gusto contrasts well with the neat,
of a boy scout about to achieve well-organized, by-the-book Sut-
eagle scout. herland.
DURHAM'S Must Sell Yourself--Jim King
CYCLES By BARBARA MAZER
/ Halyard Staff Writer Florida State University, has quest. Presentation seems to be a
"You have got to sell yourself if taught at FSU and has spent four factor that can break or make a King advised students to first
Syou are going to get that job. This years in Jacksonville in the successful applicant. take advantage of the campus
0 calls for pre-planning on your personnel business. Graduate school may not be Placement office as early as the
1, part," advised Jim King, His assessment of the job proportionately as beneficial as junior year to make career
qe president of a local personnel market indicated that Accounting going ahead working after decisions, get counseling and
4 agency, who spoke before a with concentration in Cost and receiving an undergraduate set up interviews. In the
gathering of University of North Finance is the single most degree. Employers sometimes senior year, he recommended
Florida students on campus July demanded field in the Jackson- view graduate scholars as "too consulting friends and family
yj 17. ville area. academic" and seek out those about job opportunities, and two
King presented the status of Job experience, specialization, "down-to-earthers" who want to to three months before gradua-
the job market in the Jacksonville and a mature, yet enthusiastic work. tion consult a personnel agency,
625 Atlantic Blvd. area, what fields are in the attitude, rate high among Flexibility as far as location, first choosing wisely and being
Atlantic Beach, Fla. greatest demand, and what characteristics admired by em- salary, position, and cooperative- sure to follow up. Sunday
employers are looking for. players. Sloppy resumes were ness were pointed out to be prime newspapers were shown to be
2497733 King who is a graduate with a shown to be one of the best ways considerations of employers in beneficial sources of the job
BA and MBA in Marketing from to minimize esteem in the job evaluating a candidate, market openings.
THE HALYARD July 24, 1974 Page 3
Cherney: No Policeman
By THELMA CRIBBS applications he sent out were for first of all a police officer and is When she speaks of her
Halyard Staff Writer positions in this state. regarded by them as such. Mary graduation from the academy, it
Jo came from a small city to a is easy to see that Mary Jo is a
On February 7, 1974, police Besides her college background large one; she has found it little proud, too, proud to be one
officer Cherney graduated from where she had majored in necessary to make some of those who have 'scaled that
the academy. The gruelling strain recreation, she had worked adjustments in her life-style, wall'. But she is not content to
of training, the long hours of summers in a state park; her Back home she already had stop there and is beginning a new
study, were finally over. "The duties there included work with friends, here there has been little course in unarmed defense; she is
physical fitness part was the the police. Even with these time to develop new ones. But she also enrolled in UNF's new
hardest," Officer Cherney said. qualifications, she was required considers academy classmates as criminal justice program.
"We ran the 440 in 80 seconds, to take the strenuous training friends, the first ones that she
climbed a six-foot wall in 10 necessary to certify her as one of had in her new home town. In Physical fitness plays a role
seconds, learned to accomplish UNF's university police officers. remembering how considerate outside her work, too. She is a
the 200-pound body-carry and ran and helpful they were she said, biking enthusiast; in her home
two miles every night." While with the security "they could have made it hard for town she was really involved in
department at LaCrosse, she was me." the sport. Since moving here she
department at LaCrosse, she was has had little time for hobbies
Not an unusual feat really, but the only female member on the When asked how she felt which nclud e sewin, an ineres
for Officer Cherney it stands as a force of eleven. In training at the toward women's liberation, she hich i e se a
milestone toward success in a academy, she was again the only seemed a little surprised. "I in antiques, "but my knowledge
chosen career. For Mary Jo female member, this time in a really ron't think about it," she of them is small", and a love of
Cherney is a woman, a woman class of twenty-six. True to said with a smile, "I've always animals. he latter imitedat of
who, not long ago, was a college form--or destiny--Mary Jo in her felt equal, so I haven't had present to the enjoyment of her
coed in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. present position is still the only occasion to. She was then asked two cats.
During an Easter vacation she female, at least on her shift. if she felt that her role as a wife Mary Jo Cherney is a quietly
came to Florida on a visit; "I fell There is one other, Sharon Joel, and a police officer could be alert, disarmingly frank and very
in love with the weather here," who is presently working a night successfully expanded to include personable young woman. The
she said. shift; they see each other only in the care of children if that should uniform is the only clue to her
class at this time. be a part of her future. There was double life -- that and the
Three years of college and one But shefeels that her sex has no hesitation in her affirmative holstered gun. When one is
marriage later, she again visited But shefeels that her sex has answerlimbing a ladder, each foot must
Florida, this time with her neither counted for nor against abe firmly placed on its rung
husband who shares her her in her work. "I am accepted Mary Jo credits her success to before the next step is attempted.
enthusiasm for the climate. So as an equal," she says firmly. She the understanding and consider- Officer Cherney seems assured of
much so, in fact, that when his considers her co-workers as ation of her husband. "He was a where the next step is while
m e was rei athe onl friends speaking of them with great sport, doing all of the standing firmly on the present
degree was received, the only warmth and respect, but she is cooking and laundry," she said. one.
The General Assembly met annual budget document, governing constituent association In further action the General
Thursday July 11, in the large During the Constitution Com- and University Senate with Assembly elected one student to
G ene ra auditorium of Florida Junior mittee's report discussion center- limited power, or a General the Academic Standards Commit-
College's South Campus. ed around whether to keep the Assembly with a Senate or tee, and one student was elected
Among the announcements General Assembly as it now Executive Council. One of these to the steering committee. One
was- that the Board of Regents exists, or adopt some other form alternatives, or keeping the student and one faculty member
A ss m bly would hold it's next meeting on of University gover-nance. After General Assembly as it presently were elected to the Constitution
Athe University of North Florida's discussion, debate, and several exists will be submitted to all Committee. The Student Affairs
(UNF) campus July 19. Other votes, two alternatives to the voting, members of the General Committee elected four students
announcements included place- General Assembly were chosen Assembly in the fall after the and one career service member to
C convenes ment of the next meeting of the for final voting in the fall. election of the career service fill vacancies.
C o Unv 1enes General Assembly on campus, The two alternatives to the members and students to the
and that UNF would receive its General Assembly' were a self committee.
--Care Center Advances
By MARCELLA PRICE approval of $51,200. The projected income from the The possible location for the "We feel very confident," says
Halyard Staff Writer The total budget need for the center's child enrollment for the facility is near Bldg. 4 because of Dean Coy. "There are a lot of
The Child Care Center for UNF C;hld Care Center has been first year has been estimated at the already existing electric and unanswered questions. We are
has advanced one step closer to calculated at $81,540; $45,300 of $30,340. The remaining $51,200 sanitary hookups. The structure starting from scratch, but hope to
reality with the General Assem- which is the one time cost of will be subsidized by university would be a triple wide relocatable build a firm foundation.
bly's July 11th expenditure building and equipment. funds. building which might take three
The day care concept for UNF months to construct. IMPT
: has been worked on for over two The center would enroll 40 OTD
years. An early proposal, a children, possible age level two
combined center for FJC and years and older, as well as after
UNF, was studied, but, according school care for grade school
to Dean Darwin Coy, it became children.
"too big a monster." Federal Cost could run from $.75 per
funding for the center would have hour to $22.50 for a 40-hour week.
been involved and because of the Dean Coy points out, however,
federal money, the center would that much of this information is
have had to service the whole not final.
community. The center will have a director nen i "--'.-
and full time professional I --
In March of 1974, the Child workers. According to Dean Coy, ,- S
Care Task Force (CCTF) was "we anticipate help from parents, (.'. ,9
IT'S A TREE. WELL, IT WAS formed by Dean George Corrick. and the University Woman's J- ,
ONCE A TREE. BUPT SOME- Ms. Janice Woods, an instructor Club has offered volunteer help." '. ,f
THING HAPPENED. EITHER IT in education, was appointed "I don't think we should start out
DECIDED TO DIE, OR SOME- chairperson of this group as they counting fully on volunteer help," '
ONE DECIDED THAT IT undertook to ascertain the need Dean Coy added. "The colter I
SHOULD DIE, AND THIS IS THE for the day care center. should operate first with
RESULT. EVEN NOW THERE'S According to Dean Coy, the professional help."
A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF LIFE task force did a fine job, "they cut Initially, the center will offer 1017 S rk
STILL WITHIN; BUT IT'S away all the decoration and only child care. Dean Coy Street
STRUGGLING, AND IT MIGHT looked at the problem realisti- suggests that the center's use *IY
BE FIGHTING A LOSING cally." "should develop out of a need
BATTLE. MAYBE THAT'S The task force completed its and want." 5 rts
WHAT MAKES IT BEAUTIFUL, work in April, 1974, when they
BEING OUT THERE WITH ALL presented their findings to Dr. PCRE R 3 OPENING
THAT LIFE. Thomas Carpenter, UNF Presi-
dent. However, Dean Coy PHYSICAL FACILITIES: Custod- INFORMATION SYSTEMS: Key-
suggests that members of the ial Workers-S5,199.12; Custodial punch operator/Part Time-2.85
CCTF may be reselected for Supervisor-5,574.96; Grounds- per hour.
advisory council positions once keeperlI-5,574.96; Operating
the center is open. Engineer 1-6,973.92; Grounds- COLLEGE OF EDUCATION [ED.
The General Assembly has keeper I/OPS- 2.85 per hour. ADMIN. & SUPERVISION]:
approved the money. Permission POLICE DEPARTMENT: Cam- er Hou. I/Par Time- 2.82
must now be given for the center pus Security Police Officer -
by the Board of Regents. Once 9,375.12. STUDENT AFFAIRS: Psycholo-
permission is granted, construc- FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING: gist -10,314.72.
tion can start. Dean 'Coy Accountant 111-10.607.04.
suggests, however, that "realisti- Aountant -10.607.04.
cally it will probably be the winter ADMINSTRATIVE AFFAIRS ( Student Assistants Needed--
term at best" before the center DEAN'S OFFICE]: Clerk Typist .Contact Personnel Department--
can be in operation. III6,535.44. Ext. 2903.
Page 4 July 24, 1974 THE HALYARD
THE HALYARD Nation:
Published every other week by members of the Newspaper Workshop e y s
class at the University of North Florida for all members of the UNF e
community. By Presi
Opinions expressed in this newspaper are not necessarily the opinion In good faith we contemplate Realizing that certain matters
of the University or its officials. the integrity of our nation. From of National Security must not be
the idealism of our youth we draw placed in jeopardy, the American
STAFF our hopes--not that we expect to people demand a greater
ride the wings of freedom into communication with the Presi-
glory; nor that we expect to dent. Nixon will not appease the
Production Manager .............................. ...Drew Brunson materialize whatever silly, sen- people (or Congress) when he
timental notions we hold of says he wants to "push aside this
Arts Editor ........................... ............ Buzz Mills American folklore. But our spirits matter ofWatergate and get back
surge nonetheless in anguish for to the more important matter of
Editorial Page Editor ................ .................... Shirley Corbin the losses of John and Robert the nation's business."
Kennedy and of Martin Luther
X King, Jr. and Mrs. Martin Luther
King, Sr., and in pride as the first In these times of too many
Executive Editor .......... ........Ron Feinberg man, an American, walked upon questions left unanswered, we
the moon. Though rooted in consider with dismay how
Editor and General Manager ... Asoc. Prof. W.J. Roach idealism and feeling, we are foreign nations consider the U.S.
grounded in reality. We take a as a weakened, leaderless nation
Editorial. business and advertising -offices located in Room 2207,: man at his word and judge that (leaderless because the people REALIZING THAT CERTAIN
Building 8; production office located in Room 1361, Building 3 at The man by his actions. have lost faith in the President). MATTERS OF NATIONAL SE-
University of North Florida, St. John's Bluff Road South, P.O. Box: In the case of President Richard The downfall or losing of face in CURITY MUST NOT BE
17074, Jacksonville, Florida 32216. Telephone; (904) 646-2817.: Nixon we as a nation stand the American image abroad PLACED IN JEOPARDY, THE
Represented nationally by National Educational Advertising Services, confused. In good faith a majority seems to tarnis the hine of AMERICANPEOPLE DEMAND
"Peace With Honor in Viet A GREATER COMMUNICA-
Inc., 360 Lexington Ave., New York New York 10017. Of Americans elected Nixon to Nam" the negotiations with TION WITH THE PRESIDENT.
Represent. their best interests. Nam" the nots with TION WITH THE PRESIDENT.
epresentixon, in t heir bes t interests.ion's China and the Soviet Union, and NIXON WILL NOT APPEASE
business, has failed to inform the any other "constructive" feats THE PEOPLE [OR CONGRESS]
merbusiness, has failed toinorm the Nixon may have hereto achieved. WHEN HE SAYS HE WANTS TO
American public ad Congress "PUSH ASIDE THIS MATTER
adequately of his actions. If Nixon could definitively clear OF WATERGATE AND GET
up the public's doubts as to the BACK TO THE MORE IM-
One tends to think of the movie integrity of his administration, he PORTANT MATTER OF THE
D ig g il nStnp ells ,"Easy Rider" when we are told would enjoy not only a greater NATION'S BUSINESS."
that invaders from outer-space Amrtican favor, but also render a
D ig ~g $ pll have infiltrated the government, boost to our nation's image
but the American public cannot abroad. For as long as Nixon fails
P r o g r e s s be informed thusly because a to attain a rapport with his
general panic would follow. Leaks American audience, any hopes of
in such security that yielded attaining any semblance of
information about the "Pentagon serious foreign rapport seems
Outside the cafeteria piles of earth Papers" and the "Watergate ludicrous.
Affair" may force Americans to
are growing into mountains as pipes rethink "ignorance is bliss." Let Nixon bring forth the
are being laid for the new buildings. evidencee deserving of good faith.
are being laid for the new build ings. 'Society has the right and duty Let the wounds be opened up and
The sight of men digging and the to demand from every public allowed to be diagnosed and
servant an accounting of his healed.
hum of the heavy equipment spells admini stationn" ---DECLARA-
TION OF THE RIGHTS OF MAN BARBARA MAZER
progress in construction.
Or does it? This is already the N N
second time that digging has occurred Bisexual Not N0urotic
on this site. It probably won't be the EDITOR: themselves. It is a very traumatic
last I have just read the ,experience for a person to become
requirements for having a letter aware of their gayness. If he
After the building is completed, published in "The Halyard". I reverts to books or psychiatry for
fear you will not publish my letter .help, he is- told homosexuals are
the men will come around and lay the although lam a UNF student. The neurotic, especially if he consults
reason you will not publish this a heterosexual "expert". Psyc-
slod which will be carefully watered. better is one of the reasons my hiatrists treat people who are
Next the sod will be dug up to plant soul is forcing me to make an sexuals;rtic. There tfore, all homo-
attempt. anyway. I cannot submit sexuals; therefore, all homo-
trees and attractive landscaping. my name for fear of social sexual are neurotic.
ostracism; God have mercy on my The only thing that disturbs me
After all this work is finished and fellow human beings also trapped about my gayness is the
in my situation. I will understand oppression I know I must face the
cafeteria patronS get USed to the if you do not publish this letter, rest of my life. I feel sorry for my
but I will also rejoice if you do. I brothers and sisters, who, also,
pleasant site of grass and trees, it wil appreciate the restrictions placed must face this oppression. I
all be dug up again to install; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR upon you as a small college cannot, come right out and say I
SHOULDall be d g ALWAYS BE BRIEF newspaper, am gay, bisexual, or whatever.
Besides being bombarded with
sprinklers. AND TO THE POINT. ALL You see, I am having to come to hostility being called a fairy, a
S.LETTERS INTENDED FOR grips with the fact that I am pansy, a faggot, or a fruit, I
It doesn't have to be this way. But PUBLICATION MUST BE SIGN- bisexual. Contrary to popular automatically become a second
ED AND INCLUDE THE belief I do not sit around on park class citizen and face retaliation
unfortunately this is the way many WRITER'S FULL ADDRESS, benches eyeing little boys with bythe lawbecause I am "publicly
ALTHOUGHthings NAMES WILL BE bad intent. I am just an average indecent" or "socially immoral",
bureaucrats say it is necessary. Tm EDITOR RESERVES THE or psychopathic; I am just an longer considered a man. I Won't
ut it i tim om o d tMrtin E THEM CONFORM well as women as bed partners. In the law because I'm "one of
But it is time somebody starting TO SPACE LIMITATIONS, fact, most of my heterosexual those". I am what your mother
asking questions. Or is there some friends do not realize that I am warned you against. It is against
S ta Gay. I date the opposite sex, have Florida law to serve alcoholic
kind of put it up and tear it down and satisfying sexual relationships beverages to a homosexual, so
with girls and enjoy the social life legally, I cannot be entertained
put something else up policy in effect of the "straight" world. My sex in the same manner as a
pgi preferences are not of my heterosexual person. Also, by
on cam pus? choosing, but, more a basic part law, whatever I do in the privacy
Its ti e fr e s ents and of my personality. No one ever of my bedroom is a crime even
It's time for the students and asked me what type of sex life I though whomever I'm with is
faculty to speak out against this type qt p stined b a consenti adult
of busy work. Yes the university is socialization process of society. I One last thought, according to
o usy work. Yes te university IS have only come to terms with the Kinsey report the incidence
growing. But how much can it grow what am. rate37 of hmsexuale reSpopulationiS
when the bureaucrats in charge It is very painful for a person (39% for women). If this is true,
"who doesn't fit" to realize every third man walking the
continue to allow the unwarranted something is "wrong". He or she street is looking at biceps as well
Needs someone to help them as curves.
mutilation of the grounds? realize there are many others like A UNFSTUDENT
Page 6 July 24, 1974 THE HALYARD
By LUTHER ANTHONY they were paid or tne sore teet box in her lap. Meticulously she
Halyard Staff Writer from standing all day. Always pulled away the string with which
Standing here alone, I cannot ready with a big "thank-you" it had been so carefully tied, and
help but feel that this quietness is smile in anticipation of a tip. Even slipped off the top. A glance into
wrong. I look around me and all I forcing, a smile and thank you the box revealed that the contents
see is the silent tracks that used when the tip didn't come. was freshly fried chicken,
to lead daily to a new and Inside the station the ballet possibly home-made biscuits, and
different route. But now it leads continues. The symphonic pitch a slice or two of cake. She
nowhere, it just lies there. No of noise is loud and active. munched at a piece of chicken,
more will the locomotives glide Everything happening all at once. while glancing out of the window
smoothly down these guiding The loudspeaker blares giving at the forest of trees that seem to
rails. Even the gravel underneath arrival and departure informa- glide, rapidly by.
and between the tracks are too tion, while babies awakened by While the passengers busied
quiet. They only come alive with the din add their piercing shrieks themselves as best they could the
their crunching sound as I walk to a work song that had taken on railroad employees perform their
along the deserted railroad yard. an operatic aria-- newsboys run work tasks. The conductor busied
They seem to long for the hot, around hollering out headlines, himself with the job of collecting
steam from the engines exhaust while shoe-shine boys advertise the tickets, while the engineer
that once caused them to dance to their services. In the restaurant guided the train down the track.
and fro. How the train workers dull-faced waitresses bellow out Service personnel did what they
once gloried in picking up orders, while tired bus-boys with could to insure the passengers
handfuls of gravel and throwing it aching feet slam dishes into comfort. The pullman porters
about at invisible objects. empty carts, at the same time cleaned' the rooms and ran
Staff Photos by Shirley Corbin Alas, I behold the great, silent searching the deserted tables to errands. The bartenders refilled
Iron Horse. She seems to be see if they have been left a tip. empty glasses, mixed drinks, and
.. standing there waiting for the Outside, in back of the station made small talk with the
station to open so that she can go the orchestral work takes on a customers.
about the task of transporting new identity. The same red-caps At night the train noises
goods, service and especially rush madly about pushing loaded stopped, only the chugging of
people. Her big, sad floodlight- carts stacked with suitcases, hat train as it worked it's way down
like eyes seem to say "I know that boxes and the like down the long; the maze of tracks could be heard.
I'm only dreaming, but without wide tunnel to whatever gate the Night always.passed quickly and
dreams what else is there for me passenger has specified. While at before long morning found the
now?" So she stands, waiting and the same time at similar gates, train creeping into a depot or one
Shopping that someday soon she'll the conductor has opened the of the larger station. Once in the
be put back into active service. door so that departing passengers station the symphonic ballet
The station, once a hubbub of can exit and new ones can take began again. Occurrin in
s ca n exit and new ones can take agae. gere in
activity is now like a great, their place. Departing passengers hundreds of stations at practically
haunted temple. The doors have step wearily from the train tired the same time every day.
been locked and secured. She has but happy to be at their journeys Increasing to a fever pitch on
outgrown her use and has been end. Happy to see the relatives holidays and in large cities where
replaced with a modern, more and friends that have come to conventions of all types were
convenient way station in the meet them. forever being held.
suburbs. Gone is the cacophony The new passengers jump Standing still, I glance about
of symphonic sounds that used to gleefully onto the train selecting me again at the silence. Looking
play a melody that could only be seats near the windows, waving, upward to the sky I ask the
called "Chaos." Outside on the as the train takes off down the question why? Why this terminal
columned portico,' with it's track, to friends and relatives who cancer? Why is there no place in
Classical Greek styling-red-caps have come to see them off. Once this rapid race for a swift,
once danced about performing a the train started it's long and sure-footed horse. The heavens
hurried ballet called "Work." seemingly endless journey some remain quiet for a while, then I
Cabs were hailed, suitcases would nap, while others would hear the roar of a giant plane
loaded and unloaded, wheelchair read and still others worked their hovering overhead and I ask no
passengers pushed to on-waiting way back to the dining car or the more questions: Sadly I hang my
cars. They performed their jobs bar. Old fashioned grandmothers, head, and walk glumly down the
as if they enjoyed them. Never who had rode the trains all of track hands in my pocket, kicking
complaining of the low wages their lives, reached for the shoe at the gravel.
Leek leKe-Type otsstae Spefted 91 Capqu Lfake?
By RICKY CREWS
Halyard Staff Writer that he saw something, "too big matter until he gets our heads
Conflict continues to rage as to to be a log," which appeared to above water so to speak. The
the existence of a Loch N6ss type be sunning itself on the far bank sentiment of many persons on
monster inhabiting the University of the lake. campus is that Dr. Limpit is
of North Florida's large lake. Another UNF professor, Dr. involved in some sort of cover up
Dr. H.O. Limpit, the head of B.K. Lagon, associate professor to save UNF embarrassment.
the UNF Marine Biology of natural phenomenon at UNF, One UNF student, Elmo
Department, has denied the has different ideas than those Kilroy, has organized a "large
existence of the creature. "I'm expressed by Limpit. Lagon said, lake monster club" where club
sure there is some logical "I feel that there is definitely members keep guard to observe
explanation for this phenome- something out there in that lake and photograph strange sight-
non," said Dr. Limpit. and I intend to get to the bottom ings. Unfortunately, all they have
Dr. Limpit wenton to deny that of it." Lagon added, "not the photographed so far were some
there was any connection bottom of the lake, but of the coeds sun bathing on the island.
between a coed missing since situation." Lagon went on to say In view of-the criticism that
Friday who was last seen in the that he didn't intend to just float THIS iREPORTER FEELS
Fridacinity who waste last seen inand the allegeDESCRIPTION F THE CREA like Limpit, then added he didn't THAT DR. LAGON SHOULD moreis known about the situation
vicinity of the lake and the alleged TURE DIFF A STUDE mean tht either PURSUE IN THIS MATTER than has been released to the
monsteritos oth cetr ARRIVING EARLY FOR A m t UNTIL HE GETS OUR HEADS press, the following questions
differ. A student arriving early for MORNING CLASS REPORTED In spite of Lagon's comments, ABOVE WATER SO TO SPEAK have been brought up.
differ. A student arriving early for SEEING A LARGE SNAKE-LIKE Limpit continues to maintain that THE SENTIMENT OF MANY 1) There is a "Deer Cross-
la morning class reported seeing a CREATURE SLITHERING OFF the so-called monster will be PERSONS ON CAMPUS IS THAT ing" sign on the campus
ing off the island into the water in THE ISLAND INTO THE WATER explained by dolphins or maybe a DR. LIMPIT IS INVOLVED IN road, yet very few deer have
i tre-dawn light tIN THE PRE-DAWN LIGHT. lost Japanese submarine. SOME SORT OF COVER UP TO been seen. Has something
A late leaving student claimed All the lakes are connected to SAVE UNF EMBARRASSMENT. been eatingtnhem when they
to have seen what looked like a 60 the large lake by pipes for2) another e e dug
foot fish jump over the bridge drainage purposes. According to 2) Is another lake being dug
leading to the island and splash Lagon whatever has taken right across from the larger
into the depths on the other side. residence in the large lake could one to house additional
The unidentified student report- gain access to the other lakes mons3) What happened to all theirs
edly stopped his carandscarned including the one by the 3) What happened to all the
the moon-lit lake but saw no Boathouse. "It would only have to alligators that were once
other sign. us swim through the pipes," said too.in the lake, were they eaten
At least two pounds workers Lagon. "We have had to fight
have announced that they will no' bees and now ducks for our food. 4) Why was I allowed to write
longer work near that particular Next we may have a lake monster this silly article.
lake until the matter is completely trying to eat our food, or worse Until these questions and
cleared. One said that he beard yet -- eat us." others like them are answered,
strange gurgling noises while This reporter feels that Dr. we may never bring this problem
working near the lake. He added Lagon should pursue in this to the surface.
THE HALYARD -July 24, 1974 Page 7
-During Recent Halyard Poll of UNF Students
Students Make Favorable Comments
ByMARCELLAPRICE Barry Mesa believes you can One student, who wished to Allan Reichert, an Elementary shopper illustrates one end of the
HalyardStaff Wrter make or break yourself in school. remain anonymous, majors in Education major, finds it difficult spectrum.
Barry, a Pre-Med senior, attends music and attends UNF because it getting needed texts from the
Recently several students on UNF on the GI Bill and finds the is convenient and not so bookstore this term. This "You. don't mean Jacksonville
campus were given an opportuni- school's tuition fees more in line expensive. He says the campus inconvenience is complicated by University. I know where that is.
tUniversity of North Florida? Oh,
ty to jump on a soapbox and talk than JU's. Ht; says that the new itself is impressive. Courses he the high prices; he had to pay ten Uiversity of North Florida? Oh,.
about UNF, its professors, and its tuition increase, will favor needed were offered this dollars for a paperback. The is that that new school? I'm sorry.
courses professors, and its parttime students and can hurt if summer and he is generally professors are top notch in their I rally don't know much about
The students in general made your funds are limited. pleased with the professors. fields and, according to Allan, it.
favorable comments. Professors "A student can get a lot of Ms. Brinson had heard that UNF as a competency-based gentleman called UNF a
were ranked as some of the best, individual assistance. You can some of the professors were r e t brand new university. He
book prices as some of the worst, talk to your instructors," he said. ridiculous, but she added, "I program for teacher training. explained, "A group of hard
and UNF considered a good have discovered that they are working people got the thing
alternative to Jacksonville Uni- better than I expected." "People who graduate from wor t the thing
alternative to Jacksonville Uni- UNF have more information and going.
versity. About the professors, Mesa UNF have more information and goi
says, "They are young and more Pam Stone, a junior in can better cope with change. This Another response came from a
Nancy Taylor, a junior majoring in touch with the students. They Literature and Communications, school places in your mind a woman. She said that she was
in Psychology, feels challenged seem to try to teach instead of became interested in UNF as a willingness to change." glad that the school had become a
by the variety of courses offered, trying to flunk students out." progressive school. She believes reality.
but had to limit herself to courses that the venture program is As a sideline to the on-campus
offered onTuesday and Thursday worthwhile, the books are Halyard Survey, aft off campus "I would like to see it become a
time slots this term. She doesn't graduate work in Physical expensive, and the professors are survey was conducted. Jackson- four year school by the time my
find book prices unreasonable Education s t oo good. ville residents were asked about boys are old enough to attend."
and is surprised at the number of Education, says that the books UNF and its role in the
professors with doctorates. are expensive unless the students Pam complained about regis- community. Varied responses A businessman shared this
can usethem later in is ield o "I to my ere received opinion. "I've seen the catalog
work. She believes that her traction, "I. had to change my
Ms. Taylor says, "UNF is a or he bliees tt her schedule five times because of and I've talked to some who have
viable alternative to JU. The courses this summer will canceled classes, and that was Those interviewed either knew taken a course or two there. I'm
knowledge is here. All you have help all when she quite a hassle." a great deal or almost nothing pleased with what I've seen and
to do is get it." about the school. One flustered heard."
THERE'S NOTHING LIKE
CLIMBING UP INTO YOUR
FAVORITE PERCH AND EN
JOYING THE SUN; THAT IS,
UNLESS ALL.THESE PEOPLE
KEEP STARING AT YOU. BUT
IT'S A MONKEY LIFE ANY-
WAY. SOONER OR LATER THE
PEOPLE LEAVE AND THEN
YOU CAN GO STARE AT THIE
S OTHER ANIMALS IN THE ZOO.
Staff Photo by Shirley Corbin
--. : --.. .-
Alpha Sigma Pi, the University The officers of Alpha Sigma Pi taught by Dr. Dennis Holt on July The Boathouse will no longer Gerald Williamson, University
of North Florida's accounting remind the university community 31, "Movement and Learning" be available for the rap sessions of North Florida adjunct instruc-
fraternity, has recently sponsored that the fraternity is open to taught by Dr. Betty Flinchum on held prior to 7:00 classes. tor of painting, has received a
activities of campus concern. non-accounting majors. August 7, "Problem Solving for grant for independent study and
Monday and Tuesday, July 22 Young Children" taught by Dr. As of July 8 the Boathouse has research from the Elizabeth T.
and 23, te fraternity sponsored Paul Eggen on August 14, new hours extending from 12 Greenshields Memorial Founda-
the League of Women Voters on With the onslaught of educa- "Content Area for Reading for noon to 6 p.m. According to Ward tion in Montreal, Canada.
campus to rally people to register tional programs for pre-school Young Children" taught by Mr. Hancock, director of administra-
to vote. age children, a pilot series of Roy Singleton on August 21, and tive services the lack of user The grant, totaling $4,000, is
On July 17, the fraternity mini-educational programs has "Interpretation of Grades" demand during morning and among those given to realist
brought Mr. Jim King, president been started with school age taught by Ms. Beradine Bolden evening hours is responsible for painters and sculptors and will be
and owner of a local personnel children in mind. The series, oAugust 28 the cutting back of Boathouse allocated to the recipient during
agency, on campus to report on which began on July 10, is being operations. the coming year beginning in
the current job market in shown each Wednesday on the After the Channel 4 staff September.
Jacksonville and what college Channel 4 "Kutana" show. evaluates the first eight segments
graduates should do to get a job. of the mini-series, a decision will Dr. Joe Perry, chairman of the Williamson said he prais to
On July 20, the fraternity According to Dr. Bruce be made whether or not to expand UNF Economics Department, was remain in Atlantic Beach and to
sponsored a beach party at Gutknecht, UNF assistant pro- the series in time and scope. a special guest on Channel 17, use the funds to materialize ideas
Kathryn Hanna Park which was fessor of education, the purpose WJKS-TY's new public affairs on photoscreening, painting,
attended by enthusiastic throngs of the series is to demonstrate program, "Contact 17", Tuesday and an art form which combines
of UNF students. Another party is sound educational principles to e g, July9. H discuss painting drawing and photo-
planned for August. parents, which they can imple- Three members of the UNF evening, uy 9 e discuss, g, pht-
ment in their homes to aid in the Archery Team competed July 7 in "Food and the High Cost of graphy.
Groundwork is underway for a educational process of their the Fort Caroline Archery Living" .and answered questions
seminar scheduled for next winter children during the summer Championships. Claude Gardner phoned in by viewers. ---
under the direction of club months. placed first and Gene Martine .......... Rev. Peter Knezha will speak
president Alan Shires. The placed second in the free style on July the 30th at 12:00 noon, in
seminar will feature cogent Eight UNF faculty members Limited Men's Division, and Dell Senior music majors Sharon the Amphitheater about his
speakers and will be open to the are participating in the series and Whittle took first place in the Wright and Donald Cleary will experiences and conflicts during
university and community at each 10 minute segment will deal women's free style Limited present a joint recital Thursday, World War II.
large. with a different topic. Division. July 25, at 12 noon in building
four, room 1303.
The new representative to the Three shows have already been At the monthly meeting on Ms: Wright, a soprano, and uc e
Inter-Club Advisory Committee presented. These Were "Langu- June 20, the team welcomed new Cleary, a tenor, will comment on
from Alpha Sigma Pi will be prese and Development (Primary)" members Alec Watson and Helen the pieces they. perform during
Barbara Mazer, an Accounting taught by Dr. Gutknecht, Whitty. Elections were held for the recital, which is part of their
major transfer from Jacksonville "Communication with Young new officers, with Claude degree requirements. APARTMENTS
University. Children" taught by Dr. James Gardner the new President; Gene Ms. Wright is a soloist with the
Mittelstadt on July 17, and Martine, Vice President; Helen St. John's Cathedral Choir and ON BEAUTIFUL WATERFRON1
Upcoming programs include a "Dramatization for Young Child- Whitty, Secretary; and Alec .Cleary is a member of the First
campus visit by a representative ren" taught by Ms. Vickie Watson, Treasurer. Baptist Church ensemble. Both Sprig 8 SuiIer Speald
from Price Waterhouse, a Schriven on July 24. are voice students of William on alapartments
national certified public account- Anyone interested in joining Brown, UNF Associate professor
ing firm, scheduled tentatively for Five shows remain to be aired the Archery Team should contact of music.
August 3. Definite date and time and the schedule for these is the Student Activities Office for Students, faculty, and staff are 9M7 San Jose Blvd.
will be posted. "Music for Young Children" additional information. invited to attend the recital. (at Goodby's Lake)
Page 8 July 24, 1974 THE HALYARD ,
Dr. P achori:
Charismatic Quality That Causes Admiration
By LUTHER ANTHONY Masters Degree at Morris Brown awhile...but that is that moment of Robert Browning, that you
Halyard Staff Writer College. The next two years that that I enjoy most, and there I see should have goals which you may
he worked as a Reference students have some shine, some not be able to accomplish in'this
There is that charismatic Circulation Librarian in Rich- brightness in their eyes, too." lifetime." Uppermost in his
quality about Dr. Satya Pachri mnd, Virginia were small steps In addition to being a professor receive an adinistrative
admire him. Whether it is the academic goal. is .background in of English Literature he is also a appointment. He feels that a lot
seriousness with hich he ibry Science nabed him o husband, -and the father of two could be contributed toward the
seriousness with which he Library Science enabled highm to daughters. His wife Kamal has a cause of education. His lineage
exciting and at timeshumorous Masters degree oin Indian includes a long line of landowners
tone of his conversation or' the te University of arriving an Language and has taught that and he feels that it is from them
mind of imost every student he third Manters. This one also
fact that he is one d of the e Columbia, where he was riin a subject at the Universityn: of that he received his administra-
efat tha hed s Hne lo th d prejudie asoln, S s s ahe hesd not only
professors who is concerned position. By 1966 he itad not only Missouri, country lthere, tive capabilites. He stated that.
Presently, she serves in the dual perhaps because of his foreign
about his students, is question- passed the qualification require- capacity of mother ad i The oe ae has not been given -an
able, but the fact is there that he ments for entry into the Ph.D. iv f mother and wife. he origin he as n t bee given
acsemen aoreen ot aote2es Bind fait otuity of th is pay -theseI
leaves a good impression on the program but also had received his Pachoris' are of the Hindu faith opportunity to display these
mind of almost every student he third Master. Thi one al so and stive to instill in the eir abilities.
teaches, behe 'un Eglish Literature. Thena daughters a knowledge and
oea in:reiit nainis mf his acaemc appreciation, of their Indian During the course of our
That he is a disciple of the career. arrived when he was heritage. Although the older of interview he made it perfectly
"work ethic caen be seen in presented with a be Doctorate the two children was born in India clear that his stay in the United
everything he does. HiS literature degree Ia Litature. Staying on she was only two vhen they came, States is basically for academic
After tenth grade, came tee high He confesses that he does miss tOpe Uf relyon chat was 646-2817. ColEu hWaSo
courses often come about as a in Columbia, e tau fo there e to ea Te ynger ci way gf wfy he pns
came the exam for junior college enjoyed at other schools with beong kind of all encompassio g return to Ii 'I ral want -to aw
Result of meticulous research and years t Stephens born in this country. A ough return to India ready wantto
tensim cars quite ifferent fom predomitor mle tciey are exposed to American serve that country," he said "for
that of America. or eame, an activities could be scheduled Culture daily, their home life is that is my country, I feel very
be discussed. ehhe st student i young ldiesbut feel that they Asuch that they have a full strongly... respect Nationalism
expected,to be a teacher as wel lacked thedesire to work hard. awareness of their native culture. and I want others to respect my
as a learner. The instructor on the He 'temaine'd "at Stephens, The family participates in daily nationalism too. Because t-f
other hand, alsobeing a disciple teaching English Litertue until prayer offerings to their Hindu things, ifI don't go MbackH I
ofthleaming, car be frequently coming tothe Universitty of N ort gods. The Pachornis' e almost don't Bserve those people whatY
seen jotting down notes anywhere Florida ti 1972. exclusively vegetarians, neither ill hEPAey learn about the goodact as so
senth thy wil not be fComasion parent drinks or smokes. Being a things of this country? Here I am
thatgtheywiman with d.finite motives he wass a one among millions, thet0 I will-o
including the blank pages of lass When I asked him to compare with eint otes h one among mill tere I will
Sto guide his students overth Florida to to ad plain m "tat does not be o among millions fromaccept
I seot their i otitutions at which he had mean that we are- prejudicing .........differe perspective, from a ..........
-The road to the University'of taught he candidlyansweredthat their attitude, that they sould differe hi sale. n keeping with
North Florida was a long, and the Universt was really too ot be exposed to Western this desir e said that he wants NeEEt i
fruitful one for Dr. Pachori. e But young to be compared to the older Culture, but wedon't want them to spend the last quarter of hi life
as ishis nature -he wouldn't have more established schools. How- to be deprived of our native doing Humanitarian deeds with- SOM E T HINGI.
had it any Other way His ever he did comment that he had culture. I'm very proud of ml y -out any desire for remuneration.
-hitdcitAny foeldt" her s Hid s ever he d d publs t at he anhic led """"""" """"" ""
acaeic career tarted in his only good things to ay about ate culture. Dr. Pachori seems For it would be against his grain
native India. He was bornnd UNF. "It has a very solid to be like all fathersand wants the to receive any type of pay for the
grew up' in the city of Agra, foundation. Some areas of best for his children When asked work that he loves so well He is T
ituated ue the ital city of rution are stronger tan at if he would be offended if his truly an' humanitarian of the
system during ,the time taf h~ tad West better suited to their ,.. ....
modeled after the formal system some strengthening." Hie is personal needs th as aftheay ir--- -- T -R Y
of Great Britian. Examinations especially fond of the Venture father his reply was no, "'if they E
were of a comprehensive nature Program but wishes that arrived at the conclusion that this Reintsyar photos
and often given during intervals something could be done to make y was the best way of life." He available. Formre information T HA YARD
in ones' educational training. if more appealing to the students. explinas Hinduism as being a contact: The Halyard office r call CAUGU Id Adertising
After tenth grade, camethe high a confesses that he does miss type of religion that enables one 646-2817.
school exam, then after twelfth the Univem7sity atmosphere'le n m to lead a certain way of life. Thus collums.
came the exam for jun i or college enjoyed at other schools with being kind of ll enisompassings m -
and so on. The examination on-campus housing, my e ishes cosmopolitanism. ost is n-- cent a wor
system was quite different from that more extra-curricuWhr type I dissertation on S l Tt a wo or to on
Vag" insertions,or more). Minimum
that of America. For example, an activities could be scheduled so His leisure is spent working. MASTER arge. ,.per inserton. Ca
individual attending University ihat the stiidentsa and teachers Even the sports or hobbies tt he
College, as a graduate student in moment...which does not occur "I'm oever without goals," he CORNER BEACH & UNIVERSITY BLVDS.
Li y :was given an examination fould develop a stronger rapport. enjoys requires alertess and t h EUN p t mt
prepared by a professor teaching, thinking ability. He lists MECH ,
the same course at University B, Dr. Pachri is very interested in badminton and tennis as his BICYCLES NEW-USkD The HAL YARD reserves the right
the completed paper was then D Pachri is very interested inbt hs
sent to amplefessor ast e i the welfare of his- students, favorite outdoor.sports, bit chess RPAIR-PARTS ACC. to act as se judge of the
C fo grading. He describes Compassion is one of his more ish his favBriteIidoor gameR He A iI o f ny and allB C
student-teacher relationship as positive, personalitytraits:" When confesses that he has- tried ICCLE n copy submitted fior
being very formalized. Despite asked what one point more than playing cards but prefers p ion, nd the right to edit,
the rigidness of the system he anything elsehe attempted io get because it is a thinking man's 742 q -. 9x
perseerd an d receive e ia ver to his students he replied by game. When he is not exercising 7442 rvls, or r9ect any copy or
persevered and received a his body he massages his mind by _nusatfhon for ads.
Bkchelors degree in 1956 from giving.four hurdleS that he tried
Agra University, then a 'Masters to guide his students over. "Fiist, reading magazines, newspapersNo "Parsonals ccepted.
'degree in159 aI see the communications is no and e there periodicals involve i..........
degree in -'1959, majoring in p teortina the lse to me "This public document was Dadano tor dmactivitie
English Literature with a minor in problem, that they listen to me reporingtheou daoatitie world,..
Political Science. The years from alright, -lthat they follow occurigthroughout the world. Tipsopulgated octumnestimated asedne ort Cls
alright, and that I follow them." Being aPolitical Science minor he rcost ofllt aper copy to inform
1959 to thefgli of 1962 were spent He realizes that it usually takes is especially interested in the- of esliaey pe ro te
college level. An inureates periodspolitica goings-on. When he is students, faculty, career r4esday
u this hurdle is overcome due to his not reading ,or playing court 5lO a dmi tv
thirst for the fountain of learning British ngdIndian accent. ames, he is writing. so far he has "and professional staff about n THEHL YARD
education. "I decided to stay in Scndly, helilkes to make sure had several articles published. activities affecting the univer- Coa: THE BHALY.AR
the teaching field," he said, "and that the stdident-teacher relation- Last year he published an article sity community.
thwas given good advice by one of ship is as it should be. He feels in an Indian periodical called .
That the teacher has certain "Thought." I~ast month alone he
my professors that if I wanted to responsibilities to the students submitted three articles to -
remain a teacher, then I must different journals and all have 'SKIRIDES
have the highest degree in the and the students lewiseto him,
academic world, that is the Only when each has fulfilled the either been published or will be
Ph.D." course requirements Can teaching published soon, In addition he is SKI LESSONS
and learning take place. Thirdly, writing a book, and has already
he likes to make .sure that the sent-out copies of the manuscript KITE LESSONS
correct level of comprehension is to 'a University press 'that MIKE'S DELTA KITE
With academic growth as his being used by him to get over expressed a desire to examine it.
basic motive he came to the ideas and concepts being He is constantly writing and AND SKI SCHOOL
United States in 1962. When discussed in the classroom. The revising articles, but einpahsizes
asked why he chose the U.S.A. as -last point that he made is perhaps his "utmost responsibility'-' as ALL: 824-3707 or 6207 FOR INFORMATION OR APPOINTME
the place to further his education the -epitome of his academic doing great teaching. His favorite
he stated: "I was given the right - achievements: "The most enjoy- genre, poetry, especially that of 45 COMARES AVENUE ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
impression that this is the country- able moment for me in my the classical periods. He calls the
with opportunities for a hard teaching, comes in a-class, when I Classical Poets his "darlings.'
working person who can achieve am not consulting my-notes or He was so impressed by them B R m UJ fA E -
the success that he wants." He looking at the text but when lam that he did his doctoral
entered the Atlantic University- looking into my mind...When I dissertation on Samuel Taylor
complex,attending Morris Brown am thinking originally. That is the Cxoleridge. *
College, as a graduate-student in moment...which does not .occur "I'm never without goals," he CORNER BEACH & UNIVERSITY BLVDS.
Library Science. He received a too frequently it occurs once in said. "I believe in the philosophy
THE HALYARD July 24, 1974 Page 5
ByDALE EDELBERG that the attitude which reveres poor education. This is no doubt
Halyard Managing Editor the programmed approach to a problem in Jacksonville.
An 18 year old made the news education also perpetuates the Certainly the "Bold New City of
when he was sworn in asGrand degeneration of the activist the South" is pretty weak when it
more verification of the rumor movement. The most abrupt students through the educational
that people are not wearing move toward apathy has occurred process with little compassion.
flowers in their hair anymore. in the country's youth. In fact all And to just pass someone through
It appears even the flower the so called humanitarian n knowing they are not capable of
children of recent years are movements have lost their pizazz. the education for which they will
sticking their daisies in their ears Even the Ecology movement, the receive credit is a blatant form of
instead of behind them, and greening of America, has paled discrimination.
refusing to listen anymore. The greening of Am Of course, what has been
amaranth idealism for the Sixties beside the razzamatazz of today e to shuffle
has been nipped in the bud by neeo-Gatsby society. relinquished in order to shuffle
has beennipped in the bud by the It still amazes one that withthe people through the system, is
overwhelming apathy of the biggest most cut throat scandal in teaching the student how to think.
k e Seventies. We have heard over history tearing the government If the purpose of higher education
and over again about the rise in apart, political interest on the is not to teach people to question,
fraternity bashes and debutante campus is about as passe as to create, to conclude, then what
balls and the return to such electric hair and Hare Krishna. is it for? Obviously, to hand out a
frivolities as lightbulb munching But the apathy endemic at UNF rash of degrees.
and running in the nude. I and on other campuses is not just And the truth seems to be some
suppose a little grease from the a student malaise. It is also made up of emniplty college credits,
Fifties won't hurt anybody, perpetuated .by members of the paper degrees and Dile Carnegie
However the distressing problem administration and faculty who success stories.
evident not only on the campus neglect quality in lieu of attractive
of the University of North Florida sounding statistics. College is according to
but on all campuses, is that One of the more unethical philosopher, Burt C. Williams, "a
k x K people really have stopped practices condoned by universi- community of seekers, a
listening, except to their own ties and colleges is that of just community devoted not solely to
needs. And when listening stops passing students through. There the appreciation of the past uut to
so does thinking, that's when the are students who graduate from the discovery of greater truth."
educational system goes to hell. UNF and other colleges who There are plenty of people at
In fact thinking as an art or just should not have a college degree, UNF who believe this. However
as an natural process is beginning who can't begin to read or write at UNF and on a national level,
to receive some pretty shabby on a college level. Some go out the past most preciously
treatment in the current educa- and teach in the school system preserved happens to revere the
tional system. Some maintain perpetuating a continuing cycle of Beach Boys and bubble gum.
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Staff Photo by Shirley Corbin
The days of pirates are long and musty smells of generations looking solemnly down you metronomic quality to the air of
gone, but during a hot afternoon past pervading the structure as wonder if perhaps they are timelessness which surrounds watch majestic clipper ships sail
reminiscent of the days of Tom you enter. Half-afraid that it will considering the possibility of you. You convince yourself to look along the horizon. Through your
Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, it fall down and half-afraid that it weaving one tremendous web.... up once again and notice that the spyglass "you gee tiny figures
is easy to lose yourself in the days won't you continue forward You want to rise and leave but spiders have forgotten their plans adorning the uppermost pin-
gone by and dream of sailing up brushing aside the mysteriously something forces you to stay -- a for an extra big web and are busy nacles of the mighty sailing ships
the mighty Mississippi in search sticky cobwebs clinging every- magical spell conjured up in the persuading other possible victims and you recognize them finally for
of the place to bury your treasure where. The rustle of a lizard dark of night, unused until you into their parlors. what they are -- spiders!
stolen from ships on all the Seven scurrying from underfoot startles broached the entrance to the Dashing off you take one final
Seas. you as you sit on the chilly deck to forbidding shelter? You relax and suddenly the glance promising to return...
The rotting timbers of an old catch your breath. Looking up to The quiet slap of the water slap of a gentle stream becomes where the water quietly rocked
boathouse are dark with the dank catch sight of hundreds of spiders against the shore adds a the roar of an ocean gale and you the shore.
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All the polls indicate that the The President's preoccupation the President is making toward a In other words, the only people group went a step further. They
issue that most concerns recently in international affairs stable economy, we had all better invited were those who believe recommended to the President
Americans, the one issue that has not had its calculated effect be prepared to tighten our that the President is going about that the only way to curb inflation
surpasses Watergate, Interna- people are still more concerned proverbial belts, the inflation issue properly. If is to give substantial tax relief to
tional affairs and social reform in with food than they are with On July 11, in an effort to come he's going about it properly, (I'm almost ashamed to say it) Big
anxiety, is the state of the detente (Biology invariably up with some possible solutions to what's the problem? Business!
economy (even though the state triumphs!), inflation Mr. Nixon called Immediately one may query, If you think Mr. Nixon
of the economy is directly So despite the fact that the together representatives from "Does it matter who was present resoundly denounced this notion
descended from the other three). administration is if something positive was as being blatantly "special-
inflation is going to control of unable to deal effectively with academic economists. A step in decided?" interest oriented, you're wrong
in the elections once ther runaway inflation we can expect the right direction, you might say. Wrong again! immediately to the rear of the
immediate distaste for political to be deluged with White House Don't! The recommendation of the class and eat your 1040). The
corruption wears off. Some reports on economic inroads Conspicuously absent from the economists present was that in White House is initiating a study
observers even speculate that being made by the President. meeting was any representative order to control inflation there aimed at providing immediate tax
President Nixon, if he serves out This is politics at its most pitiable from labor. Even more conspic- should be no immediate tax relief relief programs for (you guessed
his term, could salvage some inevitability, uous was the absence of anyone to the individual (that's you and it) Big Business.
spectre of victory at the polls if he Unfortunately, if the recent who has publicly disagreed with I). Well, this recommendation has And the beating goes on.
devises some answer, even meeting at the White House is Mr. Nixon's handling of the been put forth before, even by And the beating goes on.
short-term, to inflation, any indication of the "inroads" economy. anti-Nixeconomists, but this LARRYSPISAK