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Vol. 1, No. 6 University of North Florida Jacksonville, Florida Wednesday, April 3, 1974

9 university presidents to report next week

Chancellor orders enrollment audit ,

Presidents of all universities in calls phony enrollment encour- ss'tcnm ha\e been ordered to "t,".- -
the State University System agement by an official of Florida make the audits ,
(SUS) have been ordered to make State University. The FSU
an internal audit" of enrollment official, Dr. John Andrews, wh A he heart (i the co ntro ers
Aprignu e s for fal aeachte te thermg It she stare 18 slaturls formula
figures r fall and winter terms director of graduate studies l hich ties uniersult appropria, i' :
by next week. reportedly wrote a memo to tions to- "fullrime equi'alen .
graduate advisers and students enrollment figures The forniula.
The action by Chancellor urging that each department sign iot unknown in higher education.
Robert Mautz followed charges of up as many graduate students as
statistics-padding to get more possible for 18 hours. is an attempt to equate actual
money from the legislature, made student or class hours rather than
by the chairman of the Florida FSU ARTS and Sciences Dean (impl. "'counting bodies."
House Appropriations Com- Martin Roeder terms the memo see page 5
mittee. the result of a misunderstanding.
The legislaior. Marshall Har- Meanwhile, the heads of the am us len
ris, D-Miami, has cited what he nine universities in the state campus ca ar
of April 15 & 16
A sembly datesse Coffee House at the Boathouse
12I 00-3-00. Lile- Entertainment.

April and May dates for the each of the meetings to prepare April 18
General Assembly have been the agenda and related materials. Edmonds & Curly Comed
announced by Vice President Roy The committee met last week to Sho" -1 I 1 501"0. -. " '
L. Lassiter, Jr., chairman of the set the topics for the first of the ..
assembly. t'mo meetings and will meet again April 19
on Wednesday. April I'. to plan Flying SaucersStanton T. Fried
The meetings, scheduled at for the Mla meeting, man. Nuclear Ph\sicist-Lecturer, .'..
noontime at Sandalwood School, Coming- .:
are Thursday, April 11, and Suggestions for the la Aprl st-Open House-Famil
Thursday, May 2. agenda should be sent to the Day Picnic Live bands. l
steering committee chairman. Dr.
The asemblh's steering comn- .IJoseph Perry.. .....
mittee v. ill r,~t 1r.-o % ceks before

Staff photo by Don Renshaw

Move almost done
now located on the first floor in
With as little effort as a robin room 1171. Although the area
flitting from one branch to near the courtyard is still
another, the faculty and staff incomplete, it will contain the
moved into building 8. cafeteria and a larger Bookstore.
True the professional movers The cafeteria is open in this
assisted in getting them into the area serving a menu similar to
actual facilities but each person that served in the Boathouse.
was responsible for -th;, phys eal
energy necessary f'r 4w *,',
THE DEPARTMENTS which HOUSE has quietly become an
are now in the new building are "alehouse" with beer and
Language and Literature, Math- sundries being sold.
ematics, Vocational and Technical
Education, Accounting and The move to the remainder of
Health and Physical Education. building 8 and new building 9 is
These are on the second floor. still ahead sometime this quarter.
Also located on second floor is a
commons room or lounge which is Comment heard during the
to be utilized by both students acti'itN of moving was: "Win-
The University of North construction costs of bridges Accepting the gift for UNF were and faculty. do%%s! Won't it be nice to have
Florida"s (UNF) nature trail along the trail. Ward Hancock (right), director of time to look out of them."
project recently received a administrative services and The personnel department is
financial boost with the presenta- The presentation was made on nature trail project coordinator
tion of a $200 check by the behalf of the club by Mrs. Diane and Thomas Bostwick (second Club i
Southside Junior Women's Club Scott (left) and Mrs. Frances from left), director of physical
to UNF to help defray Fernlev (second from right). facilities. omething sew:. -. d'
plants ree e
Arab envoy speaks at UNF nts tree o
.......Middle East at trail start
University officials and leaders
of the UNF Women's Club were R fr g~'.ar.
on hand Friday to plant a tree, on p .
BY CONNIE HOFFMAN donated by the club, at the start
of the nature trail on campus. IO tI..t i 4va ,
In an effort' to enlighten the fortunate to serve as host to some of the major reasons for the g*,: 0
American people on the Arab Maksoud, who is the first conflict between the Arabs and The tree had been obtained '
cause, the League of Arab States nationally and internationally the Israelis. from the Club's fund-raising i~" t "" I
has sent Dr. Clovis Maksoud, a prominent speaker to appear on It is parent Palestine h activities, reported its officers. '
46-year-old Lebanese, to serve as our campus. become a central figure in this organization is women's .
special envoy to the United conflict due to the entrance of Parrish. is Mrs. James
States. IN HIS SPEECH to students
University of North Florida was and faculty, Maksoud explained see page 5 see page 3 .ba'.u;..

Page 2 --April 3. 1974 THE HALYARD

Happy days again! SeioIa, Do't geit *uag.
Glamour and tinsel---please stay!
In a world such as this where the people are bombarded with realism
everyday, a little unrealism is needed. ,
SAD IS THE day when romanticism is banned from stage, screen
and television. What would we have to turn to? The only things left are UNF
cops and robbers, cowboys and Indians, and just plain old blood and *" [ a, -
guts. yww cup6 W gou
Everyday, people see all of this. People today don't necessarily have
to get all of this information in the way of entertainment. People know
the energy crisis is here, they see it in the long gas lines and electric
bills. People know crime is rampant, most likely they have been a ./ J
victim at least once. People know corruption and scaping are real, they
hear it and read it in media. And that's how it should be.
THE NEWS MEDIA is the place for realism. Let's hope they never
do away with that. All things have a place; and that's the place for that.
Give us entertainment. Give us the $10 million musicals. They are prov e
worth it. 'Reader's Page' provides forum
Realism is here though, and it will always be. That's all right. Hly a rd p la s fe a t
Everyone should be free to have a choice of what entertainment to Halyard plans new eatwmw
enjoy. But it's sad when one mode of entertainment suffers for the sake t fo ad
of another. The HALYARD enters its THE GUIDELINES for submis- gram, task forces, and others.
second quarter of existence this sion of material for this page are These, too, are being developed
Bring back the musicals of the 30's and 40's. Entertain us once month with several new features printed under the "guest by students undertaking indepen-
again! underway. Some are the results of column" and letters to the editor dent study projects in "in depth
BUZZ MILLS suggestions in the questionnaire sections, reporting." The attempt here will
---- of the last issue, March 6; others be to study the subjects in depth,
are the result of staff ideas. Second project is the initiation to research material thoroughly,
of a Campus Calendar to list all interview all sides to any topic,
El im ina fi l e? First new project being "run events upcoming on the campus. and report as objectively as
lim inate final exa up the flagpole" is a revamping This will provide an opportunity possible the news and news-
of the "Op-Ed" (for opposite- for all clubs and organizations to behind-the-news of a number of
A quarter at University of North Florida (UNF), as everyone knows, editorial) page--page 3. This will have their meetings listed, as well major projects.
lasts just ten weeks; nine for classes and one for finals. Some feel that now become "The Reader's as all-campus events. Only
nine weeks is too long for certain courses but generally it is felt that it is Page" and will provide a forum request here is for early In the near future are
much too short for most. for hoped-for additional "guest submission of listings--including development of more news
columns" and more letters to the date, time, place, event and stories, both on and off campus;
There is one solution to this problem that would lengthen the current editor. In particular, the staff sponsor. The HALYARD will run expansion of the embryo sports
nine-week period to ten without otherwise affecting existing schedules. hopes that faculty will utilize the this calendar in each issue and "beat"; start of an "amuse-
It is to eliminate final exam week and use that time for regular page and its open columns as will cover events for a two-week ments" page, and added
classroom periods. media to sound off on ideas, period, columns.
concepts, thought-provoking
SETTING ASIDE an entire week for one test per course is time comments in their fields of One of the new columns will be
wasting and unnecessary. That week could be used for further course expertise. Too, it's hoped that all Further projects in the offing a "Nightside" one, written by,
study with perhaps a test on the last day of classes. Since most finals elements of the campus will take include investigative reports on Jeanie Roycraft. She will cover
are not all-inclusive but rather cover material since the last test, it is the time to voice their thoughts on a number of university areas-- the news and happenings of the
only.natural that it should be treated the same as any other test. any aspect of campus (or intercollegiate sports, television, evening program at the univer-
off-campus) life. Venture program, Quest pro-. sity.
In addition to a week being set aside for a final test being a waste of
time, the ominous term "FINAL EXAM" is oftentimes a psychological
stumbling block for some students. The preparation and dire -
expectation for that final can build one to such an emotional pitch that Hy ard E H A L
the dread of the exam usually far outweighs the difficulty of the beast
itself. And even though the course itself may have been stimulating ap
and interesting, the final exam may leave one with the impression of
massive intellectual vomit Published every other week by members of the Newspaper Workshop
massive intellectual vomit. class at the University of North Florida for all members of the UNF
IT IS NOT to be assumed, however, that the dreaded term "FINAL n ew staff community.
EXAM" leads to suicide, alcoholism and streaking but it would have to
be agreed that the elimination of a final exam week would breathe a New staff appointments to the Opinions expressed in this newspaper are not necessarily the opinion
more relaxed academic atmosphere. HALYARD have been made, as of the University or its officials.
the campus newspaper enters its
The test itself would still be there, only now on the last day of regular second quarter and sixth issue. STAFF
classes; it would not have an entire week wasted at its disposal. In Most of the changes involve
others words, it would be just another test. "veteran" members of the staff. r ............................. Ruth Skapyak
LARRY SPISAKEditor ..................................
LARYRuth Sk former editorS If Assistant News Editors ................Sylvia O'Dell, Barbara Walters
SWt s apyak f er edi r Metro Editor .................................................... Buzz Mills
"What's Hi ppeningco od per-D Reporters ..............................Betty Byers,
sonnel director of the HALYARD, Connie Hoffman, Jeanie Roycraft, Drew Brunson.
Straight answ ers, please has assumed duties of News Featnre Edltor w............................... Carolyn Kenyon
Editor. Barbara Walters and Feature writers and columnists .......................Luther Anthony,
It's time we got some straight answers from the Jacksonville Electric Sylvia O'Dell continue as Harold Morgan.
Authority (JEA). assistant news editors, but Editorial Page Editor .......................................Dale Edelberg
Walker (Buzz) Mills has been Editorial writers and columnists .......................Linda Center,
Recently, its director, Mr. Louis Winnard, appeared on a local named Metro Editor and given Larry Spisak, Shirley Corbin.
television station to answer questions from the public about their the task of developing off-campus Art/PhotoEditor .................... .........................Don Renshaw
electric bills, news stories in the Jacksonville Photographers ........................................Mike Milkey, Doris
metropolitan area which will be of Manukian, Barry York.
WHILE HE DID answer some questions, Mr. Winnard successfully particular interest to the Production Manager .........................................Mary Brumbaugh
dodged a few of the most important. One woman wanted to know why University of North Florida Production staff.......................................Sharon McConnell
she was being charged for a whole barrel of oil (1200 kilowatts) when community. Suzanne Louque, Steve Holland, Joyce Johnson.
she only burned 700. She stated that a barrel of oil contained 55 Makeup Editor ....................................................Judi Benson
gallons. Carolyn Kenyon, who had been Makeup staff ... ......................................... Linda Center,
assistant features editor, has Thelma Cribbs, George White.
Mr. Winnard's reply to the question was, "A barrel of oil is only 42 moved up to Features Editor. She Business Manager ..............................................Barnie Napier
gallons." Several other callers asked the same questions about their replaces Judi Benson, who has Advertising Manager ........ ........................Lee Donaldson
bills, but none got an answer. assumed the duties of Makeup Advertising staff.........................................Lin Woodbridge.
Editor. Circulation Manager .............................. .......... Jim Alderman
It makes sense that if a person does not use an entire barrel of oil, Circulation stf ................................. Terry Mothershed.
then he or she is paying for someone's else's power. On the business side, Barnie Gaynell Jernigan.
Napier has joined the staff as
THE JEA IS a city-owned utility. It belongs to the taxpayers and we Business Manager.
certainly should have the right to have whatever questions we might Editor and General Manager ... Assoc. Prof. W.J. Roach
have answered. The HALYARD offices also
have been relocated. Editorial, Editorial, business and advertising offices located in Room 2207,
When questions are avoided continuously by JEA officials, perhaps advertising and business offices Building 8; production office located in Room 1361, Building 3 at The
it is time to look for new men to replace them who are willing to give are now located in building 8, University of North Florida, St. John's Bluff Road South, P.O. Box
the public what it deserves--a straight answer, room 2207. Production office is in 17074, Jacksonville, Florida 32216. Telephone: (904) 646-2817.

THE HALYARD April 3, 1974 Page 3

Guest column

The Reader's Page Voters seen as speculators.
The Halyard invites contri- which are deemed to have the
butions from all UNF personnel most Interest to HALYARD BY LARRY NELSON
for this "Guest Column." readers. THE HALYARD re- 4. Your bill is heard in
Students, faculty, career person- serves the right to edit, revise, or committee and you appear to
nel, staff -- all are eligible to reject anycopy. Special emphasis on politics in debate the merits of the bill. passes the committee then
contribute. The topic may be of Deadline fof contributions for Florida this year will cause many At this time the bill can be you eed a senator to debate
your choosing, but must be the "Guest Column" for the next voters to play the game of amended or a substitute bill the bill on f th e
typewritten, double-spaced. Ma- Issue is: TUESDAY, April 9 speculation including who will prepared. A favorable bill senate. If the senate has
trial that Is libelous, or that is Send or bring the copy to THE best represent their particular goes to the house and the passed a house bill it comes
guilty of harassment, Innuendo, HALYARD office--Room 2207, party. Most obvious are the unfavorable bill is killed. back to the house floor and
half-truth or poor taste will not be Bldg. 8, or Room 1361, Bldg. 3. intra-party conflicts aimed at the 5. After all committees have concur with the amendments
accepted. Preference will be you send the column, include primaries which in turn puts acted favorably on the bill it or reject them. If he concurs
given those who have not your name, home or business strong possibilities of. winning is sent to the Rules and and the house votes approval
previously appeared as a "Guest address and telephone number candidates in the general election. Calender Committee t6 be the bill is enrolled and sent to
Columnist" and those objects frveriton.VAGUELY placed on the house calendar, the governor.
SVOTERS VAGUELY remember Bills with little debate will be
anything about their politicians placed on the consent
unless their name and proposed agenda. 9. THE GOVERNOR either
bill appears in the paper. We tend signs it or allows it to
to converse only n the material become law without his
that is presented and neve ollo 6. WHEN IT APPEARS on signature or he can veto it. If
p on that e su eseeds of fa ue er folow the house calender on second he vetoes it, the house can
han'up on the success of failure of said W c
bills. Trying to get a bill passed is reading, the bill is debated on override the veto with a
Snot easy and many legislators the floor and you must be two-thirds vote. After the bill
have been criticized for not prepared to either accept or becomes law it is known as an
s reject any amendments act.
getting their laws passed. We rencl ang plial m an act.
therefore must understand how a including political man-
Ve euvers.
bill becomes law in evaluating euvers.Voters interestscan best be
passage of good or bad 7. If the bill receives a served by informing politicians
legislation. majority vote of the house it what we think abbot pobpioed
1. Any house members can passes. If amendments have legislation. Written letters or
conceive an idea or a been added, it passes as petitions are the better methods
constituent can present his amended. of contact and as active citizens
ideas to a member of the take a part in the 1974 elections.
legislature. The house is 8. Now the bill is certified to Listen to candidates and make
divided into standing com- the senate with the same politicians work to represent
mittees, with every member procedures. If your bill Floridians.
assigned to at least three .
Need a job? UNF's Co-op office can help committee
After the member develops

goes on file in the clerks
office with an assigned
Co-op has advantages nme. BYJERRYNELSON
BY PHIL MOOREe 3. THE BILL then is intro- the biggest c in St for g o o
The benefits I have gained can duced in the biggest complaint (2) System for making sources of
The benefits I have gained can' duced in the house by yet the most well known word information available.
The high level of inflation apply to anyone who is willing to number and read by title for used in our educated system?
hasn't hurt the investment that a. Co-Op. the first time. The speaker Where does a person go to learn
co-op student has made, Co-Op is I HAVE ALSO heard the then assigns the bill to one but ttrns around when they reach (3) Contains carriers of informa-
short for Cooperative Educatin. remark that CoOping delaysfor their the, door? .mr c te tion so that the learner can
SA Co-Op student is one w' graduation by one 6r two action. educate himself and his own
works with an employer for tw. quarters. This is true, but. are plneeds.
quarters during his senior year students in college just to "get Tree p t on trail More than likely you have
and receives academic credit for out" or are'we here to gain 'guessed the place n (4) Place where a student can
these work experiences. knowledge that enables us to cont'd rom page everything is happening is the communicate withurecordeda
Better pursue career of fulfill a The tree planting was one in a library. Whether our library thoughts of man and womei
BEING A CO-OP student goal? fast-moving Serids of happenings should be called library, throughout the ages.
myself, I have realized the many related to cainpits beautification. scriptouim, booker, resource
benefits of this program. I am The Co-Op experience can put The Southside Junior Women's center, or some other jargon
familiar with what an employer a student in touch with his future. Club earlier had presented the word-of-the-moment is, from a Somehow UNF students have
will generally expect of me when I Why wait till you are out of school university with a donation to point of view, less important than forgotten all of this and have
engage in full employment after to find out if your education has provide for bridges along the the basic idea of what the library made a mockery of the word
graduation. The work experiences adequately prepared you for life? nature trails. is. library and what it stands for.
have allowed me to apply Test drive a career before, you Today we have no provisions for
textbook "theory" to practical decide to buy. The two quarters The tree, a dogwood, was one learning and doing resear i with
problems that arise in the spent in Co-Op may be the best of 43 presented the university for (1) The bond between the out going through the daily noise
everyday business community. investment you've ever made. "dogwood Trail." individual and his heritage, machine of our library. Allithat
can be accounted for is noise,
e te r to t e er chatter, and general messing

Letters to the editor .""
Can we blame our noisy library
Boosts 'SG' unit Affairs Committee and I must say problem. If the complaint before the term ends. We believe on the concept that most students
is a major concern, is the warrants the Student Affairs that improvements in addition to work.and come to q91ege or come
Dear Editor: communication gap we presently Committee, due process will be physical development have been to college, then g. to work and
have among the students and the insured. JERRY NELSON generated on a continuing basis just don't care? Then what
The students at the university Uiniversity. Student here and we are convinced that happens when these. people need
should realize they do have a The committee has been this is possible because the entire time to studying the library we
Student Government on this working extremely hard to University community-students, have, they can't do it.
campus, but due to the concept of alleviate some of the problem, but Welcome to 7th term faculty, and- staff-is interested in
our General Assembly it is called without the help of other students Speaking for the faculty and and involved in efforts to build a The atmosphere of the library
the Student Affairs Committee. it seems impossible. Everyone staff of the University of North better institution. A large- and attracts or repulses students who,
should know the Student Affairs Florida, I welcome new and frequent dose of this "enlight- for the most part use its services
There are currently seven Committee serves as an appellate returning students at this ened self-interest" is a wonderful acrdin their attitude toward
dedicated and hardworking mem- group for students who have beginning of our seventh quarter prescription for this new the library. We must have toward
bers on this committee who meet complaints and appeals. Students of classes. As you, know, we have endeavor, so 'please help us to show some guidelines for the
on a regular basis. Their main should first check with the Dean just occupied the first of our new help ourselves. students to abide by f
concern is student morale.and the (of Students, Dr. Darwin Coy, and buildings and hopefully you will THOMAS G. CARPENTER
general student welfare, which is solicit his help with their be able to use at least two President
a very big responsibility in' itself. What it boils down to is the fact
The committee develops recom- that we must differentiate
mendations regarding student between having the traditional
conduct participation in the THE HALYARD Invites ah whose name appears under it. No includes harassment, Innuendo, library or some new unworking
overall university community, members of the UNF "family" to anonymous letters will be half-truth or Is in poor taste, will system. A new system is great if
organizations, facilities, services, contribute Letters to the Editor printed; TrHE HALYARD will, not be accepted. Preference will sa nyon e wants to make is great ifwork.
publications and activities. for its Issues. All letters must be upon request, withhold the name be given those who have not
Each year. the committee typewritten, double-spaced and of an individual from print after previously had a letter published.
receives the budget request of the signed; name, address and authenticating the letter with that THE HALYARD reserves the ;g
student activities office. t telephone number should also be Individual. Letters should not be right to edit letters which are Something must be done to
evaluates the request and appended so that the letter may over one page in length, unduly long, but wil not print return our library to the learning
recommends a budget for the beanthelnticated.Noletterwlll be such letters until the author has student instead of the game-play

problems facing the Student

Page 4 Aprif 3, 1974' -THEi~iLLAi "''l

Larry Clock turns back

Spisak 'D cke award ? BYSHIRLEYCORBIN

It is that time of year, onceIt is theyear 2000. Because of scurrying about of the 1960's has
again, when awards are showered THE BEST POLITICAL song of his story of the greatest rip--off in th energy crisis of the 1970's the been long forgotten.
upon every conceivable phase of the year was, by far, Spiro American history--"Oil, Oil time clock of the world has been
entertainment. From the Tonies Agnew's rendition of that old Everywhere, Nor Any Drop to turned back a hundred years. Sound peaceful? It might be
to the Grammies, to the Oscars to Italian ballad that's sweeping he Pump."Sound peaceful? It might be
the Emmies, everyone shares in courtrooms -of America--"Nolo COMPUTERS WERE phased pretty nice to escape to the way
the accolades. Contendere." out 20 years ago along with things were at the turn of the 19th
RICHARD NIXON is our only automobiles and electricity and century. There would be less high
It seems a shame, however, Special effects played a major two time winner taking the award factories. blood pressure and heart attacks.
that the most entertaining field of role in 1973 politics and our award for best documentary with his
all--politics--is excluded from the in this category goes to Rosemary stirring treatment of Vietnam war Americans have become home WITH THE CURRENT energy
presentation. Woods for her fantastic creativity veterans-- Shaft. bodies again. The corner grocer is crisis, we could be pushed back to
in "The Nixon Tapes." back in the neighborhood. the way things were 70 years ago
THEREFORE, IN recognition Backyards have become small in less than 30.
to the endless amusement and This year there is an award for And finally the award for best farms, with gardens and
entertainment afforded by the the best actress: to Congress- supporting actor in a political livestock. But just about the time
political world,.we hereby present woman Bella Abzug for being the farce goes to local boy Don Americans truly accepted the
the first ankuita'.'Dickie" awards. best Jewish mother in Congress. Nichols for his cameo perfor- drastic change of life style,
S. .. .*- mance as a Listerine carrier in Life is simple again. Families somebody would'surely go out
The -a ard for the best political :.O:UR AWARD for best actor in "Deep Throat." are closer. The hurrying and and discover oil again.
performance of 1973 goes to.,:;' ^''".dowvn-home folk" role
Richard Nixon for his terrifying unquestionably goes to Sam Ervin
portrayal of demonic possession for his sage words written on the THIS COMPLETES the presen-
in "The Economist." walls of the Senate john in stations of the first annual P l ca t
The best performance in a "Watergate. Graffiti." "Dickie" awards and to those cites 8 categories
comedy goes to Ted Kennedy for unfortunates who didn't win an
his hilarious role in "The William. Simon is an easy award this year--wait until next
Courtship of Georgie Wallace." winner for best director thanks to year! Stories on Duval County's first name specific stories. Writers on
S$::%: ::::::~::::::: bd h t ea o r e wpblind schoolteacher and on Dr. these two topics in various issues
SI Peter Kranz's course on "Human were Jonel Aller, Mary Brum
Lin Pda r I Conflict in Black & White" were baugh, Carolyn Kenyon and Dee
S--cited as those which stood out by Uselton.
I Portners-in-poolin respondents to the HALYARD's
enter poll in the previous issue.
.: : :..:.:..;.:...'....'.'..' : sAsked to "name one story, o
editorial, column or feature which Four other stoes-or story
At last, your public-spirited self your ears. Never on key, nevet stands out in your mind from categories-were cited by respon-
has gotten the upperhand and recognizable tunes, only a laws of physics allow from recent HALYARD issues," the 68 ent the fir story on Dr. Kranz in
you're thinking of joining a monotone that vaguely resembles bottles, boxes, and tubes. She has student respondents to the survey "Pluta ipts human B nsn
car-pool.. Good move, but don't the "Oscar Meyer Weiner Song." mastered the rules of gravity, listed some eight items more than "Plut a puts humanism in
rush into it blindly. Like speed and centrifugal force. With once. economcs, by Dale Ed eeriing n
marriage, carpooling needs much 2. Nail Filers. You think that amazing dexterity she can apply SHIRLEY CORBIN'Son day
thought before the final vows are blonde vision who sits next to you blushers, slickers, and false RLEY CORBINS story, care and rape.
taken for better or for worse, in psych class would be nice to eyelashes in the rear-view mirror "Handicap doesn't deter Linda
Sometimes,. disastrously, it's for ride to school with every morning, while executing a u-turn. Starks," which appeared in the DA ARTIC
worse. Three out of five car-pools Little do you know (until it's too March 6 issue, and Judi Benson's been writenby Sy ODeIl,
end In divorce late) that she has the fastest 5. Finger Tappers. Always article, "Students view racial been written by Sylvia ODell, st
growing fingernails on the east tap-tap-tapping on your Chevy le i in te issue, and ,Judi Benson, who
Soast..Thirty minutes of scritch- Door. You begin to wonder if he's rs" wih ea re the turned out features in the second,
YOU MUST CHOOSE your, ing five mornings a week and bored, nervous or secretly angry two top vote-getters. fourth and fifth issues. In
partners-in-pooling carefully, and you'll feel as though she's filing with you. Then you recognize top vote-getters addition, Carolyn Kenyon wrote
a short trial period is recom- you vertebrae. ...'cause if I were an Osc... Articles on the nature trails and a itia on the day care center
mended to -insure complete Sawmill Sugh were cited next topic in the fourth issue.
compatibility among the mem- 3. WHISTLERS. A whistler- is ONE SEMI-SANE soul was in a although respondents did not
bers. To, aid your selection, here worse than a hummer. If he can car-pool with all five. They drove
are sonie types to steer clear of: whistle at all, he will-constantly, him over the edge onto a Two articles on the topic of rape
Trills, arpeggios and glissandos psychiatrist's couch. He suffered appeared in the last issue--"'A
adorning what sounds like' "I from a very strange fixation--he Case of Rape' portrays victim as
1. Hummers. It is important to wish I were an Oscar Meyer believed that he was being ls public document was guilty party," a TV review by
ask a prospective poolee about his weiner..." pursued by- a giant eyelash romulgated at an estimated Judi Benson, and "Rasche,
or her musical inclinations. If the Makethreatening him with a nail file. t cost of 16c per copy to Spangler talk on rape," a report
answer is negative, you probably learn ta -uppers. You'll soon This apparition appeared each form students, faculty, of a meeting to discuss the
have a subconscious hummer on beaut mthe natural beauty's time he ate a hot dog. care service, and adminis- problem of rape, written by Mary
beauty comes as naturally as the trative and professional staff Brumbaugh.

About that survey... a ctivti their

Good news, bad news from poll
A ha s r"are .: da in "very Easy-i iv in'
"And what is so areas a day in. "very readable". (only 3 said it pictures, 22; more on-cam- administration publication (0) E sy- vin
June? asked James Russell was "a little readable"); 50 said pus items, 8 (less, 7); more c) The HALYARD is
Lowell inpoesy familiar to all its appearance was--either very off-campus items (36). attempting to be an Hom e
literature students, attractive or somewhat attractive all-campus publication, in-
(6 said "a little attractive" and Q. Should the faculty te fo dependent and serving all Im r e
--And the HALYARD editors checked "very unattractive"). che HALYARD? wri(44); e
- might well respond, An answer Regularly 4; Occasionally d) None of the above (4).
to our'pes,,icairi etlhe'.1lst'.. OTHER RESULTS of the 44 arl 3 casionally,
S qssue.estnnairewere not uexpect- 3. Q. I find the HALYARD: LOOnS
Sed. and revealed what one staff Q. What part of the HALYARD very readable'(51); a tittle
SAD TO SAY,' ih responses to member called "uncommon is strongestery readable (51); a little
the questionnaire. "What's your agreement" with general staff arts and entertainment, 24;readable (3).
opinion ef the Halar were consensus. features, 15; editorials, 10; Q. The appearance of the .
worthy re h p campus meetings or news, HALYARD is: r'.
w hy Here is a rundown on the other 10; photos, 9; in-depth Very attractive (28), some-'
All told, some 68 students questions asked: approach to subjects (day what attractive (22), a little.
responded to the questionnaire of 'Q.-I think the HALYARD is care, new buildings, un- attractive (6), very unatt-' '"r '**
March 6. Not -one faculty doing a 'good job on: usual courses), 7; "like it active (1). DUVAL COUNTY
member. No ..dmi.htstrtor.. No News (21 yes, 21 no); all,"3. DUVAL COUNTY
career service personnel. No one features (49 yes; editorials ,Q. I would like the HALYARD TEACHERS CREDIT UNION
else. Just 68 students. (35 yes, 7 no); columns (35 Q. What part of the HALYARD is appear: the un-bank
yes, 12 no); arts (42 yes, 6 is weakest? daily (15); weekly (32), 624 Ocean Street
...But that's the bad news, as no); sports (5 yes, 42 no); News, 31; sports and every other "eek (16). Phone 354-8531
the story goes. picture pages (43 yes, 4 reaction overage. rt As to "what one thi would
o) and entertainment, 4; ng
THE GOOD least, photos, 3; pasteup and you do to improve the HALYARD,
for the Halyard staff--was that the Q. I would like the HALYARD proofing, 2: comics, 1. if you were the editor?", the
respondents had replies included such suggestions 'Make your home, pool or
work praise for their to carry: Q. Which statement best as 'crusade for- additional
More news, 35; more represents your view of the recreational facilities," "research patio bright & breezy for
For example, 66 of the 68 features, 22; more col- HALYARD? and write more controversial easy living"
admitted to reading ,the news- I'umns, 29; more arts, 20 a) The HALYARD is a topics," "more news;". "have
paper regularly (two checked (less arts, 8); more sports, student newspaper (6); more photographers." and
"occasionally"); 51' found it 29 (less sports. 7); more b) The HALYARD is an "style."

THE HALYARD April 3, 1974 Page 5

Report from Tallahassee

2 bills push students as regents
BY JOHN THOMSON would be to appoint the chairman may be unconstitutional, that the
Special Correspondent of the state Council of Student governor cannot be told whom to
Body Presidents or to directly appoint. Brantley disagrees.
TALLAHASSEE--"In the Mid- elect student representatives. "To my knowledge," said
die Ages, students controlled the Dr. Richard Hulet, vice Brantley, "there is no constitutio-
universities by simply deciding to chancellor for student affairs for nal provision restricting the filling
study with one professor or the BOR, said he felt students of a post that was created by the
another If a professor had no could operate more effectively legislature."
students, he was no longer a
students, he was no longer a outside the Board. Though he has Henderson added, "I also
professor. While I am not
advocating a return to the Middle no objections" to the proposal, question the propriety of special
advocating ao think it would bddle my impression is that even with interest group representation on
Ages, I do think it would be safeguards, they (student- lay governing boards." He said
breateicil to ivhe students a regents) would have a tendency to he has opposed faculty represent-
they learn." With that, Senator become establishment," indicat- action on governing boards for the
Jack Gordon (D-Miami Beach) ing that he is in at least partial same reason and because he feels
filed a bill to place three students agreement with Aronofsky. He they are better represented in
on th oe Board o eents (BR). further explained that the Council advocacy groups, such as faculty
on the Bard of Regents ( of Student Body Presidents now senates and student govern-
"There hasn't been enough has a spot reserved on each BOR ments.
direct student input into the meeting agenda and is the only "I would have to disagree,"
decision making process. Stu- organization with this standing said Greg Nelson, student
dents should have a greater voice opportunity. He said it "repre- government president of Florida
in the direction of the educational sets pretty significant input Juni Collee at Jaks oille and
system." And with that, Senatbr and could be jeopardized by the president of the Florida Junior College at Jacksonville andto by Do w.
Lew Brantley (D-Jacksonvilleh eenesent rgnts president of the Florida Junior --Staff photo by Don Renshaw.
e rantley aconville) a College Student Government DrClovis Maksod, League of Arab States envoy.
introduced bill to place a Brantley said of his bill, The Association (FJCSGA), whichra s e
community college board of idea's been around for a long represents 36 junior and
S college board of time. It's not an original thought, community colleges. M aksoud speaks at UN F
Trustees. M ko s e k at s ts
Gordon's bill would expand the but it's more significant this year Nelson, who first brought the cont'd from page 1
Regents from nine to twelve because the age of majority is proposal to Brantley, said,

serving one year terms. If full-time student to be elected by thing of the future and we want to Maksoud pointed out that this U.S., the Arabs had to find a way
enacted, the bill would provide the student body for a one year get in on the ground floor." He was in direct violation with the to deter us. So, the oil embargo.
for the student-regents to be term. Community college boards said students' needs can be United Nations policy, the U.S., Here was a commodity vital to the
selected from three different f trustees range from five to ni effectively conveyed only if knowing this, still rushed in to American way of life. Without oil,
universities each year on a members and are appointed by students are elected to the help. Thus contradicting the the U.S. would be forced to listen
rotating basis. They would be the governor. The student boards. He added there are plans United States commitment to the to the Arab cause.
subject to the-same confirmation member would be subject to the to "invade the capital" with an U.N. resolutions calling for a just It was not the Arab intention to
Regents, who serve nine-year the bill requires that the elected in support of the bill conflict people, but rather an attempt to
terms are appointed by the representative's name will be in support of the bill. con material and phantom makeour Government follow an
governor, approved by the submitted to the governor and How do the senators assess War material and phantomae o
cabinet and confirmed by the that "no other name shall be their bills' chances? "It's an idea planes sent to Israel by the U.S. even-handed policy.
cabinet and confirmed by the submitted to be considered for who's time will come," said enabled Israel to defy the IN AN ARTICLE that appeared
senate DON bill is looked this sition" Gordon. "Whether or not it will consensus of the U.N. policy, in the "New York Times," Dr.
upon with some skepticism by D LEE HENDESON, direct- come in '74, don't know." Arab states that were once Maksoud said that the use of oil
Florida State University Student or of the Division of Community .It's chances are fair. Not economically and politically as a weapon "is the least the
Florida State University Student or of the Division of Community aligned with the U.S. found that Arabs can do for the Palestin-
Government President David Colleges, who is opposed to "user great, but fair," explained aligned were oiling the U.S. found that Arabs can do for the Palestin-
Aronofsky, who has been representation" (in this case, Brantley. But, he said he has they were oiling the very war ians." He said that the
Aronofsky, material that the U.S. was Palestinians had been a destitute
lobbying for several bills. He student) on governing boards, faith. "My colleagues are sending to Israel. people for 25 years because of
feels a more meaningful plan said he feels this requirement reasonable men."
SIsrael's expansion.
------~~~~~---------- -------------------- -------Isalsepni.
-.. RWhen asked how the oil
S embargo was affecting under-
Sdeveloped countries, Dr. Mak-
soud said the embargo itself
didn't hurt these countries but
SEa rather the high price of crude oil.
The increase was a response to
The Arabs were having to pay
more for the importing of wheat.
S- He also said crude oil had been
0aunderpriced for some time.
However, through barter
agreements and soft loans, the
Arabs have offered help to these

Underdeveloped countries in the
sOe ReO high price of oil.
In a television interview, Dr.
Maksoud was asked what the
Arabs would "settle" for in the
way of an agreement to end this
conflict. First, he said, would be
aP w t the total withdrawal of Israeli
troops from Arab states. And
secondly, to have the Palestinians
rights restored.
,Tawo FT fig res meted
cont'd from page 1
A syndrome," as some faculty refer
to it, is also applied to class sizes,
faculty productivity, and various
other teaching and appropriation
ratings. A number of faculty, here
and at other state universities,
~P ~ i e x a n a have expressed considerable
unrest at being measured by the
number of FTE students taught.
'Bdg. 3, -m. 1361 University of North Florida
figures reflect the importance of
the FTE figure in monies: the
__ university appropriation is down
$33,000 because of enrollments
Ad4 uei __ lower than anticipated in its
UNF officials were not
% a available at press time for
comment on the affect of the
"audit" ordered by the chancel-
lor nor on the comments of the
.- -Miami legislator.

Page 6 April 3. 1974 THE HALYARD

Faculty advises Energy Committee

A survey of energy related tional Committee is Dr. Jack T. Florida's energy shortages, lists
research projects being done on Humphries, Assistant Dean of prospects for the future and
university campuses is being Faculties and Professor of Natural examines the economic impact of
conducted by the Florida Sciences. As part of the energy the energy crisis on the state
Inter-Institutional Energy Com- survey, Humphries has submitted economy.
mittee. These projects will serve three UNF faculty members'
the Florida Energy Committee in projects to the committee. nr onsm ion
helping them make recommenda- "Energy Consumption by
tions to the state legislature DR. GRANN LLOYD, Chair- Industry Groups in Florida and
regarding the energy crisis in man of the Division of Economics Jacksonville" is the title of the
Florida. and Business at UNF, is project by Dr. Louis A. Woods,
completing a project, "Energy Assistant Professor of Geography
Representing the University of -and Florida's Economy." This and Economics. Woods' study
North Florida on the Inter-Institu- study explains reasons for will provide an estimate of
industrial energy consumption in
Education meeting features Florida and Jacksonville by using
a regression model.

alternative learning methods
Earning college credits through as external- degrees, open man of the Department of
non-traditional methods was the university, work-study, credit by Economics, will be completing a
main topic for a southeastern examination and other indepen- project, "An Input-Output Model Blood drive award presented to the university.
regional conference of educators dent study programs. for Northeast Florida area," with
and citizens in "alternative emphasis on energy relation-
learning." Key speakers for the dialogue ships. Blood drive at UNF
The Tampa conference, held sessions of the conference were d
April 1 and 2, was sponsored by Dr. Samuel Gould, former According to Humphries,
the Americn Association for Chancellor of the State University "UNF's strength will probably be The University of North Florida "We hope students, faculty,
Higher Education and was of New York and former chairman in the business level, in the (UNF) Office of Student Activi- and staff who have given blood,
coordinated by a planning of the National Commission on economy. Our science and ties, the Health Office,and the as well as those who have not, will
committee representing private Non-Traditional Study; Dr. Cam- engineering facilities aren't UNF Blood Bank Committee will see this as an opportunity to
and public colleges and universit- eron Fincher, Director of the extensive enough yet to complete jointly sponsor a special blood tangibly assist in an invaluable
ies in Florida. Institute for Higher Education, projects about windmills, solar drive to assist the University community service project," and
University of Georgia; and Dr. energy, etc. Hospital of Jacksonville, Monday Dr. Jack Netcher, chairman of the
Dr. Paul Parker, State Arland Crist-Janer, President, through Friday, April 8-12. UNF blood bank committee.
University System Director of New College, Sarasota.
University-Wide Programs and THE INTER-INSTITUTIONAL THE DRIVE IS being con-
head of the planning committee, The conference also featured ENERGY COMMITTEE acts in ducted in an effort to help STUDENT ACTIVITIES again
explained that alternative learn- an Information Fair with displays an advisory capacity to the University Hospital replenish will provide passes to those who
ing is non-traditional methods of by various institutions and Florida Energy Committee. The critically low reserves due to donate, entitling them to a dollar
college or university study such organizations. committee's purpose is to use the constant demands. According to certificate redeemable at one of
talents, expertise, and resources Ms. Mary Dunlap, University the UNF's two food facilities or
of the state university system to Hospital Director of Blood the bookstore, according to
Encourage the thorough and Recruitment, the hospital serves Richard Reisinger, director of
Continuing analysis of the energy as the central facility in an eight student activities.
resources, uses, conservation county emergency system.
JEA investigation t Pymeasures and impact of growth
aA onve gat a for Florida.f g h UNF donors will be entitled to
The University Hospital per- enroll in the UNF account
Added to the tasks of UNF's JEA as well as billing and Almost each university within sonnel administered more than program which will provide as
President, Dr. Thomas G, collection procedures. the state is represented on the 5,220 blood transfusions with 35 much blood as needed to the
Center, is the chairmanship of According to Carpenter, "Elec- committee which serves not only operations per day during the individual as well as members of
the Citizens Committee to tric bills are a form of taxation as advisory to the Energy fiscal year 1972-73, said Ms. his family for a period of two
Investigate Jacksonville Electric themselves. Our investigation Committee but as liason between Dunlap. However, the hospital years, even if they terminate their
Authority (JEA). could recommend JEA being the Energy Committee and the was able to recruit only 4,280 association with the Univeristy,
privately owned." universities of Florida. pints of blood. Netcher said.
The committee was established The Citizens' Committee is .
to find and suggest ways to ease operating under the "Sunshine
the rising power costs for; the law," all press and interested
consumer. Objectives to be citizens are free to attend.
investigated are fuel costs, Meetings are held each Monday
alternative fuels, JEA's origin at 4:30 p.m. in Mayor Hans
and operation, future prospects of Tanzler's conference room. rad san una
Flinchum serves He also spoke to the faculty of radio station WAPE Sunday,
as chair n-elect the R.V. Daniel Sixth Grade March 10 from eight to ten p.m.
as chairman-elect Center .on "Humanizing Educa-
Placem ent center m moves Dr. Betty Flinchum, UNF tion, the Challenge of the Future Appearing with Mongar in a
associate professor of health and for our Youth." on March 12. discussion of "Zero Industrial
|Growth" was Dr. Charles Barrett,
announces new location physical education and vice- Growth" was Dr. Charles Barrett,
president-elect of the American Dr. King along with Dr. Iris Associate Professor of Economics
Association for Health, Physical Brown, department of health and Jacksonville University.
The Cooperative Education and THE OTHER three Career Education and Recreatiooi physical education, is also serving
Placement Center has moved. For Counselors are located near the (AAHPER), attended the 1974 as advisor to the Eastside Youth Mongar discusses
the past five and one-half months, front of Building 001, as follows: AAHPER Convention in Ana- Movement at Matthew-Gilbert 'Lim its to Growth'
the Cooperative Education and Sandra Hansford-2332; Louis heim, Calif., March 28-April 2. Community School.
Placement staff has shared Levy-2330; and Liddon Woodard- Flinchum, also chairman-elect Holt's dissertation Speaking on "Limits to
crowded space in the Division of 2326. The main emphasis in this of th AAHPER's General Division Growth: The American Chal-
Student Affairs. With the area will be career-related presided over the division's published in journal nge" Dr. Thomas Mongar,
completion of Building 008, opportunities, part-time and business meeting and election o Chairman of th e apartment of'
additional office space was made full-time jobs. officers on March 30. Dr. Dennis M. Holt, UNFinistration, addressed
available on the second floor in Adninistration, addressed a
Building 001. Drs. Dean Pease and Terry assistant professor of education, meeting of Jacksonville's Zero
Tabor, UNF assistant professors had the results of his recently Population Growth.
Carol Ann Boyles, Director of On-Campus Interview Program of health and physical education, completed dissertation, published Mongar spoke at the Unitarian
Cooperative Education and Place- will be conducted in this area. participated in a panel discussion in the "Triad Music Education Church on Mart th 28.
ment is now in 2662. Her entitled, "Competency Based Journal:" He also received
secretary, Joyce Perry, and the Teacher Education in Physical notification the dissertation has Huebner, Humphries
main receptionist area for the A new member has been added Education: Accountability," dur- been accepted for review in the
Cooperative Education and Place- to our staff recently. John Wynn, ing the business session. forthcoming issue of the "Council to publish article
ment Center is 2661. Next door, the research assistant for for Research in Music Education
the Clerk-typist, Irene Roberts is Cooperative Education and Place- King participates in Bulletin." "The American Journal of
in 2653, and Rosalyn King, ment, is located in Building chemistry seminar Mongar appears on summer an article by Dr. J.S.
Career Counselor, is in 2654. 001/Room 1101. Huebning chemistry seminar Mong r appears on summer and Dr. J.T. Hump-
Dr. William F. King, depart- "Off the Wall" hries, department of natural
ment of natural sciences, sciences, entitled "Storage Oscil-
B R IN K M A N 'S participated in a Florida Atlantic loscopes in the Mode Physics
University department of chem- Chairman of the Department of loscopes in the Mode Physics
A istry seminar, on Friday, Feb. 15. Political Science and Public Laboratory." The technique
ASK A FREo Administration, Dr. Thomas described in the article is being
ASK A FRIEND King presented a talk on his Mongar, was a guest panelist on used by Huebner and Humphries
jCORNER BEACH & UNIVERSITY BLVDS. research work on "Riboflavin Alan Moore's "Off the Wall" in their jointly taught class,
Synthesis and Photochemistry." program. The broadcast was on Modern Physics (NAS 360).

THE HALYARD April 3, 1974 Page 7
Rolfing 'frees the. body'

Class sees rolfing demonstration
A "Rolfing" demonstration, research in the connective tissues applied to that side.
sponsored by the Psychology of the body. She had tried yoga in
Club of the University of North an effort to relieve herself of the THROUGHOUT THE demon-
Florida, was given last quarter for pain of arthritis. For the past few station, the student was in touch
Dr. Kenneth Nickerson's class on years she has been using rolfing with Blackburn as well as the
Personality Development. If the as a technique to "free the body" class as to her reactions. After
response shows adequate enthu- and hence free the mind. having pressure applied to her
siasm, the demonstration may be THERE ARE TEN sessions right rib cage she made the
repeated this quarter. involved in the rolfing method statement that she felt "lop-
"Rolfing" is a nickname used and generally each of the ten sided And as Blackburn further
stated, "Therl e body is like a
to denote what is termed primal sessions covers one part of the stated, "The body is like a
massage or structural integration, body. The first session was musical instrument. Different
By putting. pressure on various demonstrated to Nickerson's sounds, volume and pitch are
parts of the body to release class Feb. 28 from 11:30 to 1:30. made depending on the location
certain tissues, tension and First, Blackburn had the of the pressure. It is a meditative
anxiety can be relieved in an student lie down on a mat with experience giving unity within
effort to get man back to his her knees bent and go through a ee.
original structure or posture. period of breathing in an effort to The student, felt pain at one
IT IS BELIEVED that rolfing relax the body. The total point and corrected it by saying,
brings better balance to man by experience is of a meditative It isn't really pain. It's a weird
putting the top and the bottom of nature in which certain physical hurt. Strange. Not really pain."
man in better proportion in pressures designed to release t other points the student staff photo by Don Renhaw
relationship to gravity. The force tissue, bring out emotional expressed feelings of phin and Doug Sease helps critique papers during the workshop.
of gravity tends to tear down the feelings such as anger and fear. needles shooting down her arm.
At one point she laughed, lN
structure of the body. Rolfing lifts Pressure was applied to the e pressing te tickling sensato Np p r workshop he
bent-forward position of man is a neck, collar bone, hip, back and PICTURES WERE TAKEN of
position caused by anxiety and various points. The reaction of the the student before the experience r h h ch
stress, akin to the man who student were varied and as and after. A definite change could foro
spends his life rolling a large Blackburn explained, "Often be oulted in her posture, A workshop for newspaper J. Roach, associate professor of
stone up a hill only to have it roll reactions will be different for shoulders were held higher, advisers at the 37 junior at unF. T nd communications
back down again, different sides of the body. The stomach muscles smoother and senior high schools in th Dual at s. The rkshop was un
Michael Blackburn of Merritt right' side of the body is the general appearance was of a County School System was held the direction of Mrs. Carolyn
Island demonstrated this techni- considered to be the masculine person relieved of tension. "I feel March 19-20 at the University of Hadirection of Mrs. Carolyn
que of applying pressure with a side, the aggressive side and great. I really feel so light," North Florida. adle uervir f l
student in Nickerson's class who sometimes a woman will become stated the student and the and literature in the Duval
had previously volunteered. As angry when pressure is put on pictures indicated it. Workshop leader was William system.
Blackburn pointed out, the thatside. The left side is the more It was a demonstration that not Other participants were Ms.
technique was developed by Ida intuitive, feminine side and often only involved the two participants an g Lee Donaldson, former produc-
but the class as well. Vicariously tion manIer fou Jacsoi
Rolf who had done extensive the reactions are of pleasure, but the class as well. Vicariously tion manger for Jacksonville
Rof who had done extensive the reactions one felt the relaxation and energy advertising agencies and cur-
e.s. -a.r e.n r....s u.r io. .t.i. being directed. gt p rently advertising manager of
AS Dr. Nickerson stated before UNF's "The Halyard"; Grover
S Dr. N erso stated Orders for faculty caps and Ford, publisher of the Jackson-
Sb riethe demostrationbegan, "Rolfing gowns may be placed at the ville Trend; Philip Murphy,
can be used as therapy. Many bookstore tomorrow, in prepara- Information Specialist on printing
Cross program of times verbal conversation with a tion for the June 13 commence- for UNF; Ms. Marg Pope,
Red-Cross program The purpose of C.O.P. is to psychologist does not get at the ment. education editorfor the Jackson-
to be offered improve its members relative to emotional trauma the patient is education editor for the Jackson-
topics of concern to the suffering from. Sometimes fear Marty Weitsen, bookstore professional photographer, UN
University of North Florida is professional educator. can be best expressed after manager, announced that a graduate and photography editor
er lo having the student person run to representative of the cap and of "The Halyard"; and Douglas
offering a new standard program The agenda for the first assimilate the feeling of fear. gown company will be on hand all Sease, staff reporter and copy
from the American National Red meeting wil include presenta- Certain thoughts can be recreated day to take orders. Faculty should editor for the Jacksonville Journal
Cross, which covers all the tions by Dr. Steve DeLue and Dr. at a gut level through this be prepared to pay in fullfor the and a journalism teacher at
important phases of first aid and Jack Hartje andan open forum on process." robes and caps, he reminded. Florida Junior College.
personal safety. the positions presented. There
This program will be one of will also be a fifteen minute
several to be offered under the organizational meeting, concern-
Continuing Education Activity. It ing future agendas.
will be a certification course for
no credit. The meeting will be held on the
The course will begin Tuesday UNF campus in room 1381, MPTY
April 2 and meeting each Tuesday building 03. Anyone interested in
from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. until the art of teaching is invited to
June 4, 1974. Information about attend.
any of the QUEST courses can be
obtained through Tom Hill at Ex.
2700 in the office of Continuing Center to sponsor
Education. seminar with BSU
Course meets
new requirements The Black Student Union of
University of North Florida and
Students interested in obtain- the Office of Co-operative e
ing certification in a second field Education and Placement will
on grade levels 7-12 should check sponsor a series of career
with their advisors regarding information seminars during the Announce e Reduction
up-date of certification require- Spring quarter. a l
UNF is offering a course in The April schedule will begin
reading for fulfillment of rank III with a discussion of employment
certification. This course is and educational opportunities in
presently designated as EDU 580 the sciences and will be the University Class Rings
and is being offered this spring conducted by Dr. William F.
quarter; however, it will be called King, assistant professor, depart-
ESE 322 when the new catalogue ment of natural sciences. $7 0 0 per rin
comes out.' The seminar will be held at
noon, April 9, in room 1331,
It is advisable for all students building 003. The only future increase will depend primarily on
interested in obtaining a teaching The second seminar will be
certificate or graduating after held on April 23 at this seminar the cost of gold per ounce.
September 1, 1974 to check with Dr. John Eaves, assistant
their advisors for further professor and advisor, depart- In addition you may trade in your old high school
information. ment of elementary and second- ring.
ary education will discuss job and
Art of teaching training opportunities in the field
subject of meeting of education. Any Mens Gold $19.00
subject of meeting oDetails for these two seminars
and future seminars can be Any Girls Gold 9.50
The first meeting of the obtained by contacting Ms. Any Gold College Ring 31.00
Contemporaries of Pestalozzi Rosalyn King, office of co-oper-
(C.O.P.) will be held this active education, Mr. Carlton
afternoon. It is scheduled to start active education, Mr. Carlton
afternoon: It is schexpectduled to start Williams, department of fine arts All you need is a $5.00 deposit. All rings have a lifetime guarantee.
last until 5:45 p.m. chairman.

Page 8 April 3. 1974 THE HALYARD

Car-pooling gets off

to a gas-saving start

b Despite the low response to the most frequently asked
-_ questionnaires, UNF's first quarter questions concerning the car-pool
.of car-pooling has saved system.
approximately 16000 gallons of
gasoline according to the Student With only a .04% increase in
Activities Office. the average number of persons
per car 16000 gallons of fuel were
This quarter, in an effort to saved. To use the UNF Shared
attract more members of the Tranporation System, contact the
university community to car-pool- Student Activities Office at
ing, a new computerized system 646-2875 and join a team.
has been established which
N t g i c.utilizes a' grid map of the areas Copc ne
which UNF serves. When the C y machines
Questionnaire is returned the
computer then matches locations being sabotaged
and schedules in order to locate
:m suitable car-pooling teams. The University of North Florida
-- Staff photo by Don Aenshaw. Library has evidence that the
Participants in mock emergency held .on campus. The new questionnaire also coin-operated copiers are being
contains the answers to some of sabotaged. Vern Smith, owner of
2 wheels instead of 4 the machines believes that
persons have tampered with the
copiers by putting foreign
M motorcycles live on Events for speed, skill or driving pickup trucks are not all material such as mineral oil in the
physical stamina have been red-necks. Not all motorcyclist fluid used to operate the
designed for this purpose. are inconsiderate. machines.
In past years motorcycles and with the current energy crisis eie o s r e re nonserte ins
anyone associated with them have done much for the Even though the motorcycle According to Bruce Latimer,
were considered outcasts by our movement. People are finding a image has come a long way from The past few years have been a library assistant, the machines
society. Now, things have motorcycle is capable of deliver- eevast change in the way the laws stairs are more vulnerable
changed and motorcycles are ing up to 155 miles per gallon of the days of leather jackets, chains ae eat ith otorcse A t bie more vulnerable
beginning to be accepted as not that precious commodity called problemswthhbae it t ae first, if you rode a bike you hade tee
only An alternate means of gas. two strikes against you before you In the interest of preserving the
transportation but as a means of ot started.
enisyment. However problem s Students with tight budgets Off-road riders have been gfot sre ive cents percopy rate, members
still exist, welcome the motorcycle. A new accused of being a threat to our Law enforcement officials were of the university community are
stl ex t. motorcycle can be purchased for environment. Air pollution, noise alas on the ookot for those asked to report any suspicious
and even the liberate woe r rden activity around the machines
Leather jackets and gang fights under $400. Maintenance work is pollution, and general defacing of ubleway kers onon t wo activity around the machines
were the typical impression the simple enough for -most indivi- mother nature's gifts to the earth trouble-makers on two wheels either to a member of the library
wereNthatypiow id pro ions the cptMotorcyclists faced continue staff or to the Security
public had of motorcyclists. A duals with the slightest mechani- An image still exists in harassment. Today we find the Department.
rash of movies about motorcycles al ability. of many msti ists ins motor- law enforcement agencies "pro-
and the violence that accom- testing the motorcyclist." Man-
panied them hit the'movie The practicability of motor- cycles. If the majority of people detiAPO gheup
screens. cycles can not be disputed, but drive cars, the few that ride daory helmet laws, riding with
another aspect of motorcycling motorcycles are different, and if headlights on, ancd a proposed
Parents prohibited their daugh- exists. Many cycles are made they are different, they must be wno lt ia rne reqemen gets charte
terms from dating any young men with two purposes in mind. These weird, therefore it is easy to draw with average rates of $650 a year gets er
owning a motorcycle. It was a bikes are referred to as enduro the conclusion that motorcycles amotore ways of harassing the
qde d fto prople byn thepe can
owning a motorcycle. It was a bI/Esie "fco The UnCaersip of North Florida
fact, motorcyclists were the scum bikes. They are designed for both and the people riding them can rFlorida
of the world and were treated as road and off-road use. not be accepted by the standards e s o iebw oOfficially has a chapter of
o te orl an ere treatwe set forth.- The Reasoner Report" re- Alpha Phi Omega (APO),
such. Weekends are for getting away cently aired on ABC included a National Service Fraternity. The
from the hassels of everyday life; Some complaints are well segment to further downgrade installation of the APO colony of
It took many years of hard work what better way to experience based. Riding motorcycles with the sport of motorcycling. He UNF as a national chapter of Psi
by the motorcycle industry and this freedom than to explore the loud mufflers through residential cited the danger of riding a Rho, Alpha Phi Omega was held
the motorcycle enthusiasts to beauty of the world around you. areas before sunrise or after most motorcycle by footage of motor- during a banquet March 9.
clean up this image. people are asleep would surely cycles with dummies crashing
So much in this world has been turn anyone against motorcycles, into cars. Everyone seems to be Making the presentation of the
Today's streets are filled with decided for us. It is almost as if worried about the well-being of charter to the 26 members and
motorcycles of all types. Business we have no place to turn to find Likewise if a group of motorcyclists. advisors of UNF's Psi Rho of APO
workers in their suits and ties can ourselves. Riding the trails motorcycles came tearing through was Roger Sherwood, National
be seen riding astride these through green forests, past an empty field digging ruts and Motorcycles have been around Executive Director of APO.
hunks of metal commuting to and streams and being close to nature destroying things that took nature for quite a while and will probably
from work. The same is true of provides an escape needed by years to produce, it would bring be around for some time to come. THE INITIATION of Pse Rho
the blue collar workers, students, most. tears to the eyes of most people. As a public service to individuals was performed by Tau Mu
and even the liberated women of who have never ridden a chapter of APO from the
today's society. For the people who need their It goes back to a problem basic motorcycle, a warning: CAUTION, University of Florida before the
free time to take out inhibitions, to our society. You can not judge MOTORCYCLE RIDING MAY banquet.
Nationwide promotions by competitive events of all types are everyone by a few. All long-hairs BE ENJOYABLE!!
motorcycle manufacturers along available to the motorcyclist. are not bums, as the people At the banquet, special
.....__._ presentations were made to the
charter members of the APO
Official Noticescolony at UNF. Also installation
chapter were made. The officers
Staff promotions are: Bob Butler, president; Fred
Smith, Ist vice-president; Rod
Norman Haltiwanger, director Pocock, from groundskeeper I to a.m.-8:30 p.m. Saturday, April 6, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. serving a McMillFord, 2nd vice-president; Doug
of personnel, has announced the grounds keeper II/William S. 1974-8:30 a.m.-l:00a-.m. "deli" sandwich, knockwurst, Jim Cla, secretary; Dave Kahe,
promotions of several University Dennis, from tradeshelper to hot dogs, french fries, cold beer, treasurer; and Roger SKahle,
of North Florida (UNF) career engineering technician Ill/Fer- Notice to: All financial aid cold beverages, and hot coffee. reresentative. Honorary mem-
service employees, one of whom tanzy Brown, from grounds- students. representative. Honorary mem-
qualified for promotion by keeper I to groundskeeper 14 new appointment berships were presented to Dr.
successfully completing an em- II/Elsie Webb, from custodial Thomas Carpenter, Mike Argento
ployee training program, admini- supervisor I to custodial supervi- Financial aid funds will not be Norman Haltiwanger, director and Richard Reisinger.
steered by the Personnel Services sor II; information systems, available for distribution until of personnel, has announced the
division. Richard Crosby, from computer -after the close of the appointments of the following Psi Rho becomes the tenth
systems analyst II to computer ADD/DROP period. persons to career service staff chapter in Florida and the 469th
Ms. Deloris Manning was systems analyst supervisor/Rich- positions: central receiving, chapter in the nation of APO.
promoted from a clerk typist II ard McKnight, from computer B. Michael Andreu Nicholas Wansley, motor vehicle
position to secretary II in the systems analyst supervisor to Controller operator 1: finance & accounting, a
bookstore after completing a systems coordinator; bookstore, Jesus M. Matalobos, accountant
shorthand course offered by Katherin Ward, from sales clerd I Food service hours Ill; library, Richard Silva,
personnel to assist UNF ein- to sales clerk 11; and Barbara Gregory Padkett, and Susan MASTER
ployees in the improvement of job McCoy, from Secretary II in The main food service for the Mole, Library assistants; physical EUROPEAN
skills. Shorthand is required by finance & accounting to secretary University has now opened in facilities. Cornelia Jones, Carrie MECH.
the State Career Service system III in'student affairs. Building 008 from 7 a.m. to 7 Sibley, Helon McNeil, and BICYCLES NEW-USED
as a qualification for all p.m. Hot entrees, hot dogs, Florizell Bryant, custodial
secretarial positions. Cashier's items grilled items, french fries, cold workers/Steve Simpson and REPAIR PARTS & ACC.
Other career service staff salads and desserts, ice cream, David Shrout, groundskeepers; BICYCLE INSURANCE
members earning promotions Wednesday, April 3. 1974-8:30 hot and cold beverages are served student affairs, Linda Slade. clerk
were: library, Ella Santana, from a.m.-8:30 p.m.; Thursday, April daily. typist Ill/Annette Kelly. recep- 1521 CalJ TOL. 96.
clerk typist II to key punch 4, 1974-8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.; tionist/John Wynn, research 7437422
operator: physical facilities, Keith Friday, April' 5, 1974-8:30 The new Boathouse hours are assistant.

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Brownsville Station has concert -

Rock group wows teenie bops

JUDIBENSON MICHAEL INTERRUPTS, which is hard to make out. What
tossing his damp locks, "Yeah, I is the selling point is the atomic
Green flashes across the stage. mean like we really get going action of the three. Leaping,
A ball of energy lights atop a Like a ball of energy. It's such a jumping, twanging their magic
speaker. Swirling blonde hair great feeling to see the kids really guitars they never seem to cease.
amidst drumsticks and raspie get involved. Sometimes when The level of energy is amazing.
voices combine with electric they come back stage they are as
sounds. A preview for the sweaty as we are and we know it's THEIR ROUTINE gymnastics
Exorcist? No, this is the rock been a good show." are not routine at all but
group known as the Brownsville improvisational. "Sometimes we
Station. The trio, natives of Ann Arbor, repeat some action if we like it but
Mich., first started in 1969 and all we don't rehearse what we're
"ROCK, SEX AND school are three are in their twenties. In going to do. We never know until
what we're all about. Not answer to the question, "How did it hits us," says Michael, sipping
necessarily in that order," stated you meet?" the group exchange on a beer.
Michael Lutz, the impish lad glances, and grinning comically, Cub Koda, who acts as
decked out in green who plays launch into what seems obviously spokesman during the show,
bass. to be a group idea, reminding one implores the crowd to join in by
of the Marx Brothers. blasting his whistle. "We're
"We call it the Brownsville going to have a party tonight and
trilogy. That's what our new Grinning slyly, Cub Koda looks all of you are invited. We will
album, "School Punks" coming from one to the other, "You want soon find out which of you are the
out in April, deals with because the real story?" The next party poopers and which of you
these are things all kids can occurrence is like a skit--well are the life of the party.
identify with," stated Cub Koda, rehearsed information inter-
the bespectacled guitar player erupted by laughter follows and "How can we tell? Why already
the bespectacled guitar player r these fine people standing down
dressed in a referee's shirt the feeling is that the real story is here at the front have shown they
complete with whistle. just another part of the show. are really with us. But all you
are really with us. But all you
Henry Weck, the swirling "WE GET OUR clothes from people hiding up their in the
drummer who wears black leather Sears," states Michael stretching balcony, arms folded, are
and what looks like a studded dog long green leotard legs with thinking we can't see you. 'I'm
collar, lounges in his chair yellow lizard boots, "and if you not going to get involved,' you
S sipping a beer and occasionally believe that then you believe say. Now we want everybody...
wiping sweat from his brow. these are banana boats," he says everybody to clap. Let us know'
"What's important to us is the indicating the boots. you're there."
fm interaction with the audience. I
S mean the more people get "Yes," laughs Cub, "why, it is THE GROUP RELIES on
involved in the show the more we amazing. A child can learn all he gimmicks, gymnastics, psychede-
go." stated Henry. wants to know of sex in the first lic lights, amplifiers and the
six pages of a Sears catalogue." audience for a powerful show that
Dynamic, energetic and youthful. wells up throughout the auditor-
Dotson, potter exhibit$ sums up the essence of the group ium. One houi of constant noise
Tracy Dotson, potter, will have whose hit record, "Smoking in and action an4 the show is over.
Brownsville Station an exhibit at the University of the Boy's Room," hints of the
North Florida (UNF) library, April sixties. After the March performance
5-30. He will hold a discussion the group went on a statewide
April 22 at 1:30 p.m., room 1303, Their music, deafening, elect- tour and then headed across the
okien digs into so lso ch cters bldg. 00A. ric and appreciated by the mass of ocean to England where they
Tolkien digs into soulsof characters teenie boppers at the Coliseum in were scheduled for 16 engage-
the group, nor is the message things?
. ,,yro --- o c h ild s ta le .March, is not the selling point of agents. Onto better and bigger

Trilogy is 'no chi tale
"The Lord of the Rings" is no destroy the Ring at the Crack of
BY HAROLD MORGAN childs tale. The goblins in Doom.
Tolkien's story are indeed THIS IS AN adventure story, a
Things of imagination. Humor- frightful creatures. They use journey into unknown forests and .
ous tales spun into intricate webs enemy heads to hurl like stones in over forgotten mountains. The .
ofthe long forgotten lore from the their catapults. There is no prince creatures the Company meets
Third Age of Middle Earth. There charming kneeling over a range from jolly Tom Bombadil to
was little mention of Middle beautiful princess. This is an the giant spider, Shelob. The
Earth or the great War of the intriguing, sometimes sentimen- reader will get to know the
RiAg which brought it all to an tal look back to the days when personalities of Frodo and his
end.1 Not until J.R.R. Tolkien hobbits, man, and elves roamed servant Samwize, the fury of an.
published~ the detailed history in a the wood. angered wizard, the net of peace
three %olume work collectively spread by the Lady of Lothlorien.
entitled, "The Lord of the The battle lines for the great
Ri war were drawn long before "The Lord of the Rings"
Tolkien's story begins. Sauron, however, digs into the souls of
This 'o( the story of the. the Dark Lord of Mordor, seeks characters. That alone should tell
Shire-folk." Iobbits, they call the evil Ring of Power. He something of the difference
theVIiselvi.It dealfswith the One gathers an army of Ores, and between the trilogy of Tolkien and
Ring~ gpy r and how t came to ferocious 'allies from all over a Hans Christian Anderson fairy
the" lifids at Bag-end. Frodo Middle Earth to find the Ring and tale. Some critics speculate an
Baggins, becomes the unlikely conquer the world. allegory exists between the
Ring-bearer whoo. must journey trilogy's world and our own prior
into the':lands f "the enemy to The "good guys" are led by to and including World War Two.
destroy the Ring.... Gandalf the Grey, a wizard of Sides are chosen, armies march
untested power and very wise. toward suicide far from home, no
DOES THIS SOUND' as Gandalf leads Frodo and a one is left in peace.
complicated as Watergate? company of seven others to
Gandalf and the Lady Galadriel
IUIUIIIIIIIIJllIlEEIIJIEllUJUIUIJIUIUI I JIIEI lament this war as a signal of the
end of the Third Age of Middle New England painter, sculptor, and designer Arthur Hoener.
Earth. The evil Ring, its
CAREER OPENINGS corrupting power must be
destroyed and this is certain to
bring about war. And with this
PHYSICAL FACILITIES: Custod- LIBRARY: Clerk Typist II- war, the innocence of Elves will
ial Supervisor 1-S5,721.12; Oper- $5,387.04. fade, bringing on the Age of Man.r s t ext
eating Engineer 1-$6,472.80; Tolkien denied any allegory.
Operating En4gineer 11-7,57944; There is no connection between The work of prominent New to see better.
Painter-S7,224 our world and Frodo's other than England painter, sculptor, de-
the constant struggle between 'signer Arthur Hoener was on Hoener studied at Brooklyn
PERSONNEL: Clerk Typist II- good and e6il. display Monday, April 1, in the Museum School, Hans Hoffman
UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT: $5,387.04. foyer of the library. Hoener's School and Cooper Union. He
Director Development Service. Treachery, adventure and work emphasizes eye appeal. received both his B.F.A. and
satisfaction await readers in "The M.F.A. from Yale. He has taught
Lord of the Rings." Be SPACE, MOTION, and surface at Boston University, Massachus-
forewarned of your commitment interact to present a visual play. etts College of Art, and presently
though. The trilogy runs over Hoener feels that in the patterns is a professor of design at
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING: student Assistants Needed-- fifteen hundred oaues and once of nature are the beginnings of Hampshire College, Amherst,
Secretary 11-S5,762.88. Contact Personnel Department-- the story starts spinning its web it our visual art forms and through Mass. This presentation is the
ext. 2903. will be hard to stop. exposure and study we can learn second in a four-part series.

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Raceway to open season

with Moto-Cross racing

North Florida Raceway will be The track is located on State
back in action this week with Road 210, one mile east of US 1.
SMoto-Cross racing scheduled for Grandstands are provided for the
e.-April 7. comfort of the spectators. Food
concessions and restroom facili-
Gates will open at 10f a.m., ties are also available.
practice starts at 12, and the races Classes for the competition will
will begin at 1 p.m. Admission is be: 0-100ce, 101-125cc, 126-
$3 and children under 12 will be 175cc, 176-250cc, 251-open, and
admitted free. two minicycle classes.

photo by Norm Leno, Jr.
Jacksonville Rugby Club members scrimmage at Wolfson High School.

'No winners in Rugby, only survivors'

Rugby gains popularity in America
There is a sport that has been The players do not wear pads Practice is held every Tuesday
around for many years but is not for protection, only shoes, socks, and' Thursday at Wolfson High
familiar to most Americans. The shorts, and a shirt. The physical School. The members of the club
sport is called Rugby and the contact is quite hard, and Rugby will be happy to answer any
players are as- tough as they players are noted for their questions and teach the game to
come. stamina. you.
"Rugby is not a social disease" Rugby is played in two halves, If this type of torture interests
is a phrase found on bumpers each 35 minutes in duration, you, or if you would just like some
stickers of hard-core Rugby There are no time--outs during more information about the .| .
players and fans. These people the game except for injuries. All game, you are invited to attend photo by Norm Leno, Jr.
are dedicated to the sport and players are in for the entire game, one of the practice sessions of the Moto-Cross racing comes to Jacksonville April 7, at North Florida
are dkedicte t r her et and with the only rest period coming Jacksonville Rugby Club. Raceway..
insist it is the greatest. between halves.
RUGBY IS A combination WITH THIS KNOWLEDGE it -_l_
of American football and English is easy to understand the
soccer. The players are allowed to meaning of some of the stickers.
run with the ball or kick it in order that follow this crowd. "Give
to advance it. The defense of the Blood, Play Rugby," and "There
game is much like football in that are no winners in Rugby, only =
the player with the ball is tackled. Survivors." U

Beaches set race April 20 OBILE HOME VILLAGE
This year when the Jacksonville Trophies will be awarded for Need a Home?
Beaches officially open for the the first three places in each of
summer, there will be the the eight classes. Age categories Have a Credit Problem?
traditional parade and art cover, 0-12, 12-15, 16-19, 20-30,
exhibits, plus the 1st Annual and 30 and over. Instant Credit
Beach Bike Race.
Durham's Cycle and the -
The race is slated to begin 9 Beaches Area Chamber of Move in Today
a.m. on April 20. An eight block Commerce are co-sponsoring the
oval has been set aside for the event. Anyone interested in
race day competition with the participating in the event or Call Janie today at 641-1544
starting point at 15th Ave. S. and wishing further information can
Ist St. call Durham Parker at 249-7733.CO P N V L E

'Let's play ball',

Students, staff, and faculty are tryouts. Contact the student KENMORE WASHER AND DRYER OR
invited to try out for the health office if in doubt about
University of North Florida (UNF) your health or to inquire about
entry into a local municipal Slow student insurance. Health and CHARM-GLO GAS GRILL
Pitch Men's Softball League. insurance are the player's
Tryouts will be on April 3, 9, 10, responsibility.
15. 16, and 17 at 4:30 P.M. on the WOODRIDGE MOBILE
UNF athletic field. Participants All participants are reminded H ME VILLAGE
are asked to bring their glove and that the softball season will run HOMELAGE
come dressed for play. from late April until mid August,
with two night games and one 1 0960 BEACH BLVD. PHONE 641-1544
BOB UNDERWOOD, team practice weekly. There will also 10960 BEACH BLVD. PHONE 641-1544
Manager, reminds all prospective be approximately two pre-season i *
players to check their physical exhibition games, of which 100%
condition before reporting to the attendance is desired. Play ball!! IlllIIIHil lllIlU iU II m IHm

THE HALYARD April 3, 1974 Page 11

Janis Paige delightful in 'Desk Set'

A delightful evening is Jeanne Schlegel as the office
awaiting you at the Thunderbird character became unreal but sex symbol, Miss Warrineradds
Dinner Theatre with Janis Paige overall he carried his role off well. that touch of sex appeal that all
in "Desk Set," a comedy by productions seem to need.
William Marchant. Parker McCormick plays Peg THE EAGER TO PLEASE
The action of the play takes Costello, one of the "girls" in the office boy is played by Charles
place in the Reference Depart- department and is a delight. She Ryan who comes across perfectly
ment of a large radio and is perfect in her role and delivers with his scrubbed, boy-next door
television broadcasting company her lines with just the "punch" appearance.
in midtown Manhattan. needed The director, Robert Bruce
PAIGE STARS IN the product-
ion as Bunny Watson, head of the Maralyn Nell as Sadel Meyer, Holley is making his first visit to a
department. The members of the another of the "girls", comes dinner theatre and has done a
Reference Department are on across well. Her scene at the superb job of staging. The show is
pins and needles due to the office Christmas. party was smooth and polished from start to
pins and needed due to the particularly funny. finish.
appearance of the bosses Janis Paige gives a dynamite
nephew, an efficiency expert, JACQUELINE REILLY PLAYS Jais Paige algives a dynamithr
played by Robert Jundelin. the "baby" of the office, Ruthie performance all te wa though
She communicates her thoughts J
Jundelin handles his role as Saylor, and is as refreshing and She com nio betes her though
Richard Sumner with ease for the uninhibited as a glass of hewli a l dk mental she dela gre
most part and comes across as the champagne. rapport with the audience
polished, no-nonsense, strictly Don Carter, as the reluctant throughout the performance.
business image his character calls Abe Cutler is brash and busy. He ALL OF THESE delightfully
for. There were lapses in the is the romantic interest of Bunny talented people, combined with
performance in which his Watson and always seems to be the excellent set designs of
dashing away at crucial moments. Richard J. Featheringill gives us
just what we're all looking Janis Palge sparkles like champagne
H h l for--professional entertainment.

se.el t n h i ol Account of multopl personalities

'Sybil' has 16 other selves
Madden, novelist, to lecture BY JUDI BENSON
Schizophrenia is to most snowstorm dressed only in a thin depression, a felling of aloneness
Poet-essayist-editor David and creative writing at several confusing and multiple personal- coat. She doesn't know where she out of touch with her surround-
Madden will be on campus today colleges and universities. cities are even more rare, but now, is and the last thing she ings.
and tomorrow to talk with with the book "Sybil," comes the remembers is standing in front of SYBIL'S FEARS are explored
students and appear in literature He is associate editor of "Film true account of a woman an elevator at Columbia Univer- in depth. Fear of breaking glass,
classes. Heritage," "Film Journal," and possessed by 16 separate sity after dashing out from her drugstores, hands coming at her
"This Issue." His books include personalities, chemistry lab. She learns that she and music are all a part of Sybil's
He is the second of three "Wright Morris," "James M. tonalities hemis now in Philadelphia and it is pas as xre d by t o
writers being brought to Cain," and "The Poetic Image in THE AUTHOR, Flora Rheta five days later. She also discovers individuals.
University of North Florida to Six Genres," and three novels. Schreiber, gives a most detailed a key in her purse that she cannot The doctor is able to gather all
share experiences with students. He has also edited six books, and personal account of Sybil identify except that it has a room the memories of the others and
First was Arthur Hoener, who including "The Popular Culture Dorsett who underwent eleven number on it, possibly a hotel. bring them all up to Sybil's age so
was on campus early this week. Explosion." years of psychoanalysis with Dr. The fear that surrounds and that Sybil can have the advantage
Third will be Peter Michelson. A monograph on Edward Albee Cornelis Wilbur in an attempt to overwhelms Sybil is the fear of of the knowledge and understand-
Madden is writer in residence and an edited book on Nathanael integrate these separate selves not knowing what has happened ing they hold.
at Louisiana State University. He West are scheduled for publica- into one. to the time, what she has done A fascinating account of a
has taught English, dramatics, tion this year. The novel begins with a typical and why she has these blackouts. rather sad individual, Sybil is a
occurrence in Sybil's atypical life. book for everyone, not just those
Poet writes about pornography She finds herself walking in a DR. WILBUR, through her interested in psychology. Flora
patience and concern is able to Schreiber, who knew Sybil
M ich e lso draw out each of the separate personally, has done a commend-
M iche on res hispoetry personalities. Each one has its able job of reporting and
BY RUTH SKAPYAK own unique character, age and exploring the life of this most
memory. Even physical appear- unusual "individual."
"Reader, my guess is... week of April 8-12 and it will be at Northwestern University, in ance differs to the point where
you needs a whetting to your, an interesting change of Evanstoii, Ill. The first event of Sybil at times seemed to shrink
tastes" entertainment from the paintings, its kind for UNF, it will be held within her suit as though she was
photography, bapds and dancers Wednesday, April 10 at 8:15 p.m. trying to hide herself in her NEED
These words from a poem of which have been the norm of in the second floor commons room clothes. SOM ETHING...
Dr. Peter Michelson, could also Student Activities events, of building 008.
serve to announce his visit to the Two of the personalities, Sid
University of North Florida on Funded by Student Activities, a In addition to participating in and Mike, were males which -TO SeN?
April 10, 1974. public poetry reading will be held classes at UNF, Dr. Michelson made the case even more To buy?
by Dr. Michelson, a noted poet, will also be visiting Florida Junior unusual. And as the Doctor soon
UNF WILL HAVE its own essayist and critic, who is College on April 9., learns, all the personalities are
"writer in residence" for the presently a professor of English aware of each other and of Sybil for aook a u, a cm'
AS THE AUTHOR of two but Sybil knows nothing of them. TRY
books, "The Eater" and "The THE PAINFUL PROCESS of advWtiW g in
A sk ioP raahd THE PAINFUL PROCESS of adv ng in
Aesthetics of Pornography," his integration begins as Sybil is AL YARD
poems have appeared in several forced to recall the many THE HAL YARDS
anthologies. As a writer, editor, nightmarish incidents of her kfa'I Aaed oiisipng
-- ,reviewer and professor of childhood. And in order to combat at n
English, Michelson has numerous the tortuous trauma of her early
credits in many journals and life, Sybil has disassociated into The cost is a -- cents a word
scholarly publications such as the these various personalities. (5
"Chicago Review," "Tri-Quar- o c ents a word for two monsecuai e
terly" and "The New Republic." From the third to the fifth nrersons or morel. Mbrnmun
grade is a gap in Sybil's life, a chago Is 0.0 per insertion. Cash
Born in 1937 in Chicago, Dr. time when other personalities,
Michelson received his BA from one of which is Peggy Lou, take Prment mst accomrnayr oder
Whitman College, Walla Walla, over. The horror of finding herself
Wash. in 1958, his MA from the in a strange classroom and not The HAL YARD reserves the right
University of Wyonimg, 1959 knowing the material being to act as sole judge of the
and did his graduate work at the covered sets Sybil into a suitability of any and all
University of Chicago, 1960-62. advertising cop submitted for
--- -- ----- --_--_-- _- _
The recipient of many grants Classifieubication, and the right to edit,
and awards, the latest being the
Illinois Arts Council Award in revise, or reject any copy or
1973, Dr. Michelson will share his advertisements r ise, aron for anc .
worlC with both faculty and illustration for ads.
wstude nt. opthefully he will be thed Reprints of all Halyard photos No "Personals"accepted.
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