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RIOKE~~CHUTIST PLACE SEVENTH The Embry R i d d l e S p o r t s P a r a c h u t e Club p l a c e d h i g h i n c o m p e t i t i o n a t t h e Nat i o n a l C o l l e g i a t e Parachut i n g Championships h e l d a t t h e DeLand A i r p o r t d u r i n g the Thanksgiving break. The m e e t , s p o n s o r e d by t h e N a t i o n a l C o l l e g i a t e Parac h u t i n g League, was h o s t e d by t h e Embry R i d d l e team and by t h e DeLand F a l l i n g Angels jump c l u b . The ERAU team e n t e r e d every competition w a i l s ble and, i n comparison w i t h s c h o o l s i z e and r a n k . , f a r e d w e l l a g a i n s t such formidable opponents a s West P o i n t , t h e A i r F o r c e Academy, LSU, Kansas S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y , U n i v e r s i t y Of M i n n e s o t a , and o t h e r s w e l l known for their jump groups. The meet w a s d i v i d e d into three classes: novi c e , i n t e r m e d i a t e , and advanced, depending on t h e jumper's experience. Each o f t h e c l a s s e s was s u b j e c t e d t o b q t t e r i e s of e v e n t s i n accuracy, s t y l e , and

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- WEST POINT JUMPER TOUCHES DOWN I N ACCURACY EVENT.. team c o m p e t i t i o n where ev?fo;d Ouderkirk, John Culpepper, Dan Wilson. erone takes p a r t . Randy Powell and Ed JohnThe accuracy events, c ~ n s i s t e d of e x i t i n g t h e - s o n . . a i r c r a f t a t 3000 f e e t and t r y i n g t o l a n d on a p r e d e termined spot on the ground t h e s i z e o f a t i n can l i d . S t y l e , airwork efficiency testing, was begun a t 7000 f e e t w i t h f i v e t o e i g h t maneuvers t o be accomplished b e f o r e t h e c h u t e i s opened ( a t approY x i m a t e l y 3000 f e e t ) . L1 The h A u team c o n s i s t e d of J i m Nordeen, Dale Alex-' ' a n d e r ,. P e t e r A l b e r t i , S t a I n o v e r a l l team competition, Embry Riddle's jump e x p e r t s p l a c e d 7 t h i n This evening, t h e f i n a l a f i e l d of 22 with a score of 8.67 o v e r a l l . The j u d g i n g of t h e Annual Rumscores, except f o r f i r s t ~ l e s t i l s k i n contest w i l l p l a c e won by Army w i t h take place a t t h e AVTON 3.89 r a n from 7.88 for t r a i l e r a t precisely 6:00 second p l a c e t o 9.97 f o r pm. There a r e thirteen l o t h place, showing j u s t c o n t e s t a n t s of t h e o r i g i n a l how c l o s e t h e ER jumpers seventeen remaining. By were t o a n award f o r sec.the look of some of the ond p l a c e . beards, t h e judges: Dean Spears, Fred ( t h e barber1 Willems, and Dave McCall o r Mike S a u n d e r s , w i l l have a TABLE OF CONTENTS d i f f i c u l t t i m e d e c i d i n g on t h e winners. The t h r e e caSPEAK1 NG OUT, , , ,2 t e g o r i e s under contestment are: longest (fullest), ALUMNI NEWS.. ,.3 n e a t e s t trimmed, and most unique. T r o p h i e s w i l l be GREEKS... . , , .4 awarded i n e a c h of t h e cat e g o r i e s and t h e d e c i s i o n SPORTS, , , . , . , . . . . .5 of t h e j u d g e s w i l l b e f i nal. ~ l s tlu d e n t s a r e u r s e d t o d r o p by t h e A V I O N t h i s M I N I MINUTES.. ,7 e v e n i n g and w i t n e s s a n o t h e r "AVION f i r s t " a t E M U .

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S a t u r d a y n i g h t is t h e Senior Cocktail Party f o r all seniors graduating t h i s s e m e s t e r . I t w i l l be a t t h e B o a r ' s Head I n n . T h i s i s t h e l a s t t i m e it w i l l be f o r s e n i o r s gradua t i n g on a s e m e s t e r b a s i s . From 1 9 7 1 on i t w i l l be h e l d a n n u a l l y around convocation time f o r a l l s t u dents graduating t h a t year Next week s t u d e n t s who w a n t t o w i l l be a b l e t o o r d e r t h e 1 9 7 1 Phoenix i n the student center. A l s o s t a r t i n g n e x t week anyone who wants c a n s t a r t o r d e r i n g the new s c h o o l r i n g i n t h e SGA O f f i c e . The e l e c t i o n s a r e o v e r and t h e new o f f i c e r s w i l l take over the f i r s t of t h e y e a r . They w i l l need y o u r support. P l e a s e g i v e it .If you have any t o them. troubles or complaints t h e y can h e l p you w i t h , w r i t e them down and g e t them t o t h e p e o p l e who c a n h e l p you, e a r l y . Don't l e t them g e t blown up t o somet h i n g b i g o r have i t s o l a t e n o t h i n g c a n be done a b o u t them.

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Dear S t u d e n t s , t h e banquet with a date Last week, my distinw i t h a v a l u e of s e v e n guished colleagues in t h e d o l l a r s apiece. 1 f i g u r e I ' l l make a 'Our s t u d e n t s e n a t e v o t e d oit On my ten verwhelmingly a g a i n s t a proposal to do away with a c t i v i t y f e e . How a b o u t be j u s t a litt h e S.G.A. awards b a n q u e t and r e p l a c e i t w i t h a tle 'Oncerned' b e e r p a r t y t h a t t h e ent i r e s t u d e n t body would be i n v i t e d t o . Most of Sincerely yours, Gary Anderson them gave the rather f l i m s y excuse t h a t they a bemused s e n a t o r d i d n ' t want t o g e t t h e i r awards i n f r o n t o f a SIGMA PHI DELTA d r u n k e n crowd of u n r u l y RUSH PARTY students. JANUARY 1 5 , 1 9 7 1 8:00 PM Now, after speaking w i t h the T ~ 1 519 ~ and 525 ~ South~ Ridge- ~ f i n d t h a t t h e S.G.A. has wood Avenue. Daytona Beach ordered trophies in exFlorida. 252-9374. c e s s of 250 d o l l a r s , and he estimates t h a t t h e The B r o t h e r s o f Sigma banquet itself will run P h i D e l t a would l i k e t o to 700 d o l l a r s sinceit e x t e n d an i n v i t a t i o n t o must pay f o r each senator t h e e n g i n e e r i n g s t u d e n t s and h i s d a t e , t h o s e adof Embry R i d d l e t o a t t s n d ministrators t h a t were Our s ? r i n 9 r u s h P a r t y . It invited, and any guest i s a n e x c e l l e n t o p p o r t u n i t y t o g e t t o know t h e brospeakers. this banquet t h e r s o f EmbW R i d d l e ' s If it only professional engir e a c h e s 950 d o l l a r s , w i l l approach c l o s e l y t h e neering t w e l v e hundred t h a t was s p e n t on t h e l a s t bar-beW e welcome you t o s e e que. xn other words, alo u r two new h o u s e s . The most as much money is beh o u s e s o f f e r l i v i n g accomingspent on 4 0 s t u d e n t s odations f o r both b r o t h e r s as was and p l e d g e s . W e maintain t h i s weekend, spent on t h e entire stua comfortable atmosphere d e n t body during t h e barf o r b o t h s t u d y i n g and r e be-que. creation. I d o n o t mean t h i s a s c r i t i c i s m of C h r i s S c h e e r F e e l f r e e t o come t o and h i s social t h e p a r t y , t h e r e i s no obwho do a f i n e job of arligation. We are all ranging a l l t h e funclooking forward t o meeting tions. ~ h ~ ~ spend what other engineering students t h e s e n a t e t e l l s them. o v e r t h e u s u a l Sigma P h i What I am u r g i n g i s : D e l t a keg. t h a t you t a k e a good l o o k you i n .The P r 0 f e s s i 0 n a l s . . around when t h e n e x t s e n a t e e- I ********** l e c t i o n is held. A t that t i m e 12 s e n a t e s e a t s w i l l be open. The way I .see i t , you have three c h o i c e s , F i r s t , you c a n r u n v o u r s e l f :. s e c o n d l v . , ,: you c a n f i n d a c a n d i d a t e FFFFCTIVF I M M F D ] ~ :'?y who you c a n t r u s t ! o r $; t h i r d , you c a n i g n o r e t h e r: whole t h i n g and a l l t h e $!ALL UNPAID TRAFFIC more p e o p l e w i l l view j: you as a n "unmanageable 4 A R E B E I N G SENT TO THE! ! I crowd. " ?CASHIER.

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DORM CHARGES This article concerns not only the students of Dorm One, but indirectly, everyone who attends Embry-Riddle. For those. students living in Dorm One, this concerns your wallets. The first question thdt arises is, why the charges at all. The dormitory regulations state that in the event the damages are not assessed to an individual or group of persons who are known to have done any damage to the halls, bathrooms, and/or lobby areas, then the students living in that area are to be collectively charged for the damages. This is rule number eight in the dormitory regulations which are posted in each room. We were told recently that the hall and bathroom damage reports for this trimester are to be chargto us, the students. This will mean that the charges for the damages noted will be charged to our account, according to a list posted On the bulletin We were this, in tified of 'Order that the problem be before the actual charges were lowered upon us. Finally, we have begun to complain and protest about these charges and through the dorm council we are seeking action. We, the students Of Dorm One, feel this type of charge is not estified. We emphasize again, these charges concern the halls, bathrocns, and study area, not the individual living quarters: It is our feelling that this type of da mage should fall under the general maintenance fund and not the student's wallet. One point has been agreed upon, if a student is caught in the act of causing malicious damage, then he should be unduly charged! Back to the original subject, it is human nature that accidents will happen and in many instances this is the 1 cause of the damage. We also feel that the bulk of the damages weren't pre'meditated, which is what we are being charged with. A prime example of one of the charges is a light fixture in a bathroom on '.the first floor in the

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south wing. Those living around this bathroom are being charged for the replacement of the light fixture. According to the GAKf ANDERSON students living in that area, this fixture appeared in an unfixed condition My congratulations go out to Bob Cessna for putwhen they first arrived in late August. This means ting out a fine Alumni that either the students newspaper, but it seems living in that area last that he misplaced a few of year were not charged or the stories on some of that the school is trying last year's graduates. to collect twice for the However, after an exhaussame item. tive check of his waste During the last barbebasket, I found some incue, a greased pig was teresting facts. washed off in this bathThe "most ambitious" room. It created such an alumni award goes to Myron odor the bathrocm had to Barstop 1Riddle '70) who be disinfected and thoris President and chief pioughly scrubbed clean by a lot of his very own airjanitor. Does this also line. Myron is currently nean that those students under indictment in Caliwill be charged for that? fornia for contracting to fly the rntire U.C.L.A. A solution for this team to New problem has been reached , basketball by us, simply strike this York in his Piper Colt. ridfcplous regulation from Lt. Sam Fabriano got to the books. ~ l s o a few put his public speaking things to think about in Course to good Use last closing: week. As you remember, 1. Does the administration Sam was shot down in Octocharge the A&P students if ber by the North Vietnamese, and I'm sure you damages are inflicted to dquipment in the hanger? were all thrilled to see his full confession on 2 . Does the administration Walter Cronkite in which charge the flight students if someone breaks a radio he admitted to air Piracy. germ warfare, the Pakistan ,or damage an airplane? tidal wave, and starting 3. Does the administration World War II. charge the academic students for damages done to The "come back of the year award" goes to Lefty desks and chairs? Hefkowitz who, as you will ASIDE: remember, had both arms We feel that any and legs cut Off in an uncharges should include only those of the individual. prOpellOr arialiving quarter, excluding 'ysis' glad rep0rt the halls, lounges and that Lefty has a lustudy area. Supposedly, new career. Due as we understand the situthe fact that he has to ation, allowance for these be carried everywhere in damages should be included a basket, he has been dyed with the initial dormitory. Pin' and hired by Maceys fee of $230 ~ ~ ~ t ~ ~ e E g ~ is great. DORM ONE

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~ h was o o u t t o lunch,or dinner as t h e case may be, ' a s e v e r y o n e l e f t f o r some t u r k e y f o r t h e Thanksgivingh o l i d a y . From t h e 0t h e r s i d e of town, a t h a n k , y o u t o Chuck and B e r n i c e , Madison whose g r e a t b i g b i r d w i l l never be t h e same. So, b e good k i d d i e s , and i f you a r e , S a n t a w i l l b r i n g you n e x t weeks' AVION complete w i t h t h e c o n t i n u i n g s a g a o f Alpha I n t h e meantime, : E t a Rho. keep a l e r t , Santa is a l s o . bringing your finals. Good n i g h t O g e l t h o r p e , b i g : ; sister i s w a t c h i n g .

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h a s been w o r k i n a w i t h v a r i o u s placement s e n d i n g r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s t o ERAU t o i n t e r view i n t e r e s t e d s e n i o r s . S t u d e n t s s l a t e d f o r December g r a d u a t i o n and who a r e i n t e r e s t e d i n p o s s i b l e employment i n t h e A t l a n t a a r e a s h o u l d c o n t a c t M r . P a r k e r .

P r e s i d e n t Hunt h a s i n d i c a t e d t h a t t h e a b s e n c e of t h e American f l a g on campus w i l l be c o r r e c t e d a s soon a s p o s s i b l e . ERAU w i l l n o t s e n d a team t o t h e f l i g h t c o m p e t i t i o n i n Auburn--cost h a s n o t h i n g t o do w i t h t h e d e c i s i o n . ERAU was n o t g i v e n s u f f i c i e n t t i m e t o p r e n a r e f o r t h e c o m p e t i t i o n n o r were we g i v e n a c l e a r i d e a of e x a c t l y what t h e c o m p e t i t i o n i n v o l v e s . Vice P r e s i d e n t Eddy w i l l a t t e m p t t o f i n d o u t why ERAU w a s n ' t n o t i f i e d of t h e event sooner. Third Vice P r e s i d e n t . -t h e new r i n g s w i l l be

The J a c k W i l l i a m s Company r e p o r t s t h a t d i e - c u t t i n g f o r completed J a n u a r y 25: e a r l i e s t d e l i v e r y t o s t u d e n t s o r d e r i n g b e f o r e t h a t d a t e w i l l be f o u r weeks from t h a t d a t e .

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I n f o r m a t i o n a b o u t t h e proposed new a t h l e t i c f i e l d i s b e i n g g a t h e r e d .

C o o r d i n a t i n g . A l l amendments e x c e p t No. 4 , i n v o l v i n g t h e b o r r o w i n g o f money, were p a s s e d i n F r i d a y ' s referendum. E l e c t i o n o f SGA O f f i c e r s f o r 1 9 7 1 w i l l be h e l d December 3 . L a s t day f o r s i g n i n g up i s Monday, Novenber 30. Publications. I n h i s i n t e r v i e w w i t h S e r g e a n t M o f f a l i t o , Gary Anderson l e a r n e d t h a t t h e P o l i c e Department had g i v e n u s p e r m i s s i o n t o p o s t a s t u d e n t t r a f f i c d i r e c t o r a t t h e i n t e r s e c t i o n o f t h e new complex roadway and Clyde M o r r i s ; howe v e r , t h e s t u d e n t would n o t be i n s u r e d a g a i n s t i n j u r y o r have a n y a u t h o r i t y t o s t o p d r i v e r s who i g n o r e d h i s d i r e c t i o n s . Dean S p e a r s f e l t t h i s was t o o d a n g e r o u s . Thought i s now b e i n g g i v e n t o o b t a i n i n g a t r a f f i c l i g h t . S o c i a l Functions. The e v e r - l e n g t h e n i n g f o o d l i n e s a t t h e SGA b a r b e c u e s w i l l soon be s h o r t e n e d - - t w o more g r i l l s a r e on o r d e r . The CHRISTMAS DANCE w i l l be h e l d a t t h e D e s e r t Inn: i t ' s a c o a t - a n d - t i e , 0 . Y. 0 . 0 . a f f a i r . The Oxford Blue w i l l s u p p l y t h e music: t h e Rhodes B r o t h e r s have been s e c u r e d The SENIOR PARTY w i l l b e h e l d f o r e n t e r t a i n m e n t . Date i s December 1 2 . December 5 a t t h e B o a r ' s Head (Howard J o h n s o n ' s , S t u d e n t R e l a t i o n s . T h i s committee w i l l check w i t h D r . S a i n a b o u t t h e s t r u c t u r e of t h e new f a c u l t y e v a l u a t i o n forms and t h e way i n which t h e y w i l l be h a n d l e d . Dormitor P e t i t i o n . One o f t h e p r i m a r y s t u m b l i n g - b l o c k s t o open h o u s i n g e t d 1s t h e q u e s t i o n of t h e s c h o o l b e i n g r e s p o n s i b l e and l i a b l e f o r any m i s a d v e n t u r e young women g u e s t s u n d e r t h e a g e o f c o n s e n t m i g h t g e t i n t o . The s e a r c h f o r a s o l u t i o n t o t h i s and o t h e r s i m i l a r problems was r e f e r r e d t o t h e Conduct and G r i e v a n c e Committee by a unanimous v o t e of t h e S e n a t e .


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WAYS GET WHAT ,TU PAY FOR. WE OFFER THE BEY. NOT T H t CHEAPEST. SEAPLANE RATING COURSE. W 4 I S E A MODER I HIGH PERFORMANCE AIRPLANE ON FLOATS, FOR STUDENT TRAINING, A 1 7 C I T A B R I A Y-GcBc, FOR T H I S COURSE. NOTHING BUT THE BEST EauIvnENT AvnILmLF PLUS EXPERIENCED AN0 COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS.. , , ,HIE. SPEEDY' BERNARD, FAA EXAMINER DANA BERNARO, CFl-A, JACK MILLER CFI-A.

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You and your family are invited to attend a unique Pinata December 11, 1970 between 7:00 and lOPM at the Academic Complex on the new ERAU campus off Clyde Morris Boulevard. As .a friend of E M U , you'll enjoy mixing with the great people who make up our Student Body, as well as staff and faculty. Our Spanish speaking students have been practicing their native Christmas songs the "Sweet Adelines" have volunteered their splendid music. Free refreshments will be provided by the Student Government Association and ERAU Wives Club. Candy for the kiddies is inside the Pinata's being constructed by the students. It's one of those spontaneous ideas that is gathering momentum as the time approaches.

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Get in the Christmas s ~ i r i tof the Pinata and be with us Friday, December llth, 7 to 10 PM new academic complex off Clyde Morris ~oulivard. ~ r i n q the family and friends and join ERAU's students, faculty and staff for a very wonderful and warm evening.

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can't see why an educational institution should be distracted by running a hotel business on the side, consequently our students live anywhere they like motels, boarding houses, brothels, or communes. How they behave there is a matter that concerns only them, their landlords, their parents, and the local police.

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SPORTS the same reason, we have no sports program. Why should a college mess around with show biz when Joe Namath can do it better? Any undergraduate who feels in need of exercise can apply to the main tenance department for a broom, or can go to jock0 ~ ~ l l qmnasium i ~ ~ ~ and ' Pugilistic Parlor, conveniently located near our downtown campus. Obsessive exhibitionists are free to hire their own basketball court or football field. SIT-INS All students are ,welcome to sit in any classroom as long as they like, for the standard lecture fee of one dollar an hour, payable at the door. Any attemDt to sit 'in the administration building will be treated as criminal trespass by our town sheriff, Knucks McGrory (6'3", 280 lbs.) Undergraduates, in fact, have no occasion to enter the administration building or even to go near it except on the first day Of each term, when enrollment fees are

Page 9 payable at the drive-in cashier's window. No checks accepted. It is pointless to try to intimidate President Curmudgeon. He does not engage, in confrpntations; they him.' GOVERNANCE The college is governed by President Curmudgeon, period. He hires and fires the faculty, fixes salaries, sets the curriculum, and makes final decisions on the admission and expulsion of students. AS in a11 colleges, the president is held responsible by the public, alumni, professors, and undergraduates for every thing that happens. Obviously he cannot discharge this responsibility ~ without commensurate authority.

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Page 10 have to waste their time in committee meetings or the deliberations of an Academic Senate. They also are freed from the demeaning obligation of cranking out so-called "scholarly works'' in order to demonstrate their "productivity." On the contrary, they are discouraged from writing anything for subsidized publications: that is, by a scliolarly journal or university press. When a professor has something "Consequently our facreally worth putting into ulty is limited to its type! any number of comproper functions: teachmerclal publishers will be ing and research, in that delighted to get their order. Managerial decishands on it. To be sure, ions are handled by the this means that our faculresponsible executive,i.e. ty have to learn to write me. Students participate .English, a rare skill ain governance the same way that customers oartici~ate mong people who have marinated in academic jargon in the governance of Macys but it pays off ln hard If they don't like the cash, as John Kenneth Galgoods offered, they can go braith, Loren Eiseley, to Gimbel's. " Samuel Eliot Morison, John Naynard Keynes, and other POT, LSD, AND LIQUOR distinguished scholars have clearly demonstrated* What a student ingests on his own time and in his vu%dgeonx glad= z e own quarters is his own that its reversal of the affair. But if he snores publish-or-perish rule is in class, breaks laborarapidly being adopted by tory equipment, gets bustthe traditional educationed by the police on camal institutions. This repus, freaks out in the volutionary change was, of halls, or otherwise discourse, hastened by the turbs his teachers and recent upsurge of interest fellow students, he gets in the protection of our shipped out on the' next environment. Roughly half plane. a million faculty members are now employed in the TENURES United States, and each of them is expected to pubNone. Each faculty memlish et least one scholarber signs an undated resly book every decade, if ignation the day he is he hopes to impress the hired, and henceforth tenure committee or earn serves at the pleasure of a promotion. This would the president. mean an output of 50,000 books a year - patently In the early days of the college it was widely believed that this somewhat unorthodox arrangement might make it difficult to attract firstclass professors. This proved untrue. In the sellers' market which has long prevailed in academics, a talented man needs no job protection because he can always take his pick of a dozen chairs: tenure, therefore, merely shelters the incompetent. Nevertheless, to 'make sure that it gets the best men available, Curmudgeon has from the beginning paid salaries twice as high as the normal scale. In addition it offers certain unique fringe benefits. Professors never

fronted with the neces;ity of making a decision, he habitually falls into a' spasm of self-doubt, takes refuge in a faculty committee which argues for three months, and then resolves to defer action until further information. becomes available. He can never learn Rule No. 1 of management: 'A good executive is one who always acts promptly and is sometimes right. '

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an unrealistic figure, since the country's entire publishing industry is geared to produce only about 25,000 titles annually, including unscholarly works by the likes of Mailer, Roth and Susann.Moreover, when the public began to realize how this .academic make-work affects the environment - the devastation of forest for wood pulp, the pollution of air and water by unnecessary paper mills, the clogging of libraries and incinerators with unread (and mostly unreadable) volumes it demanded an end to such damned foolishness. Eventually even the Ivy League had to concede that a teacher need publish only when he actually had somethinq to say. * * A variant of this arrangement apparently worked quite well at the Universities of Bologna

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Since students are inand Paris during the Midcapable of judging academdle Ages. As the profesic quality - how can they sors walked down the aisle after a lecture, his auditell whether old Dr. Chips is really giving them the tors each dropped a coin in the tail of his academ- c. latest dope in his field?some teachers feared that ic hood. This pocket the cash-flow system might still survives, but garners few coins nowadays. reward the merely entertaining lecturers at the expense of the more profound and demanding schoThe most attractive lars. To avoid this, all fringe benefit, however, is our Professorial Piece-. classrooms are monitored with television cameras, of-the-Action- Plan. Inconnected by closed cirstead of enrolling for cuit to our Inspector Genformal. courses, our students simply attend any erals' Office. There the inspectors, each a recoglectures or seminars which nized authority in his they consider rewarding discipline, periodically basing their choices on evaluate each professors' the catalogue descriptions classroom performance, to the "Student Appraisal of make sure that he comes up Faculty" published each to scratch both in subterm, and the campus grape stance and in pedagogical vine. Such choices are technique. Thus our teanot made lightly,. since chers are the first in acundergraduates have to ademic history to be held drop a dollar into the strictly accountable for toll box every time they the quality of their work, enter a classroom. The just like professionals in resulting cash flow indiother fields. Yet at the cates accurately which same time we observe the teach ers are meeting a time-honored convention felt need of the students that no administrator or Consequently, it is only academic superior can ever fair to reward those who enter a classroom without consistently produce above an invitation from the average gate receipts with teacher. a percentage of the take. Our star performers, as a ADMISSION POLICY result, are the only faculty members in America Elitist. No student is who earn more than footadmitted unless he demonball coaches. strates his ability to write a page of coherent, On the other hand, any correctly spelled English professor who cannot atprose, and to do basic atract enough paying custorithmetic; this rule automers to cover his own salmatically eliminates about ary, plus a share of the 75 per cent of all highoverhead, is encouraged to take up some other calling. school graduates. Moreov-

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Page 11 er, this college is de-4 signed only for those undergraduates who already know what they want to do with their lives, and want pur help in preparing them selves for it. Youngsters who prefer to put in four years of intellectual finger-painting while they "find themselves" can go elsewhere: we offer no courses in social psychology, literature appreciation, oriental phiiosophy, or art history. Curmudgeon, furthermore, does not accommodate draft dodgers or students who merely want the prestige of a diploma. since we are not accredited, our undergraduates are not sheltered from the draft; and we award no diplomas. Instead, a student may, if he wishes, ask his professor for a Certificate of Competence in his chosen field - engineering, ecology, journalism, teaching or whatever. He may request such a certificate whenever he thinks he is ready for it, and can persuade his teachers to sign it; in some cases this may require two years of work, in others seven, dependirg on the student's ability and the difficulty of the subject. A Certificate of Competence, we have found, is of considerable interest to future employers, but it confers no social prestige. EXAMINATIONS AND GRADES If a student feels that CONTINUED NEXT PAGE

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an examination w i l l h e l p him measure h i s p r o g r e s s he i n any giver1 s u b j e c t , may a s k h i s t e a c h e r t o , g i v e him one a t any t i m e . Similarly, i f a teacher is i n doubt about a s t u d e n t ' s p r o g r e s s , h e may c a l l f o r a w r i t t e n or o r a l examination. O t h e r w i s e no exams a r e required. Neither a r e grades. If an undergraduate i s g o o f i i n g o f f , h i s t e a c h e r s soon know it: and when any t h r e e of them d e c i d e t h a t he i s wasting t h e i r t i n e , and h i s own,he i s e x p e l l e d forthwith. T h i s seldom happens. Since our regul a r f e e s p l u s t h e pay-atthe-classroom-door system makes Curmudgeon an expensive i n s t i t u t i o n , which offers nothing but a chance f o r education, it usually attracts only t h o s e y o u n g s t e r s who a r e e a g e r and a b l e t o do, t h e work.

ous chore of constantly beqging Tor money, a d u t y w h ~ c hconsumes up t o 5 0 % of t h e t i m e of most c o l lege presidents. He c a n t h e r e f o r e devote h i s f u l l a t t e n t i o n t o running t h e p l a c e , t o t h e o b v i o u s bene f i t o f b o t h s t u d e n t s and faculty. The Curmudgeon One P e r Cent P l a n a l s o h a s a Robin Hood s i d e e f f e c t . Those o f ' o u r g r a d u a t e s who be-

come m i l l i o n a i r e s - a g r a t i f y i n g percentage - autom a t i c a l l y pay h i g h f o r t h e ' t r a i n i n g which was s o markedly responsible for t h e i r success. Hence t h e y subsidize other graduates who n e v e r make much money, o r who d e l i b e r a t e l y c h o o s e the l e s s lucrative profess i o n s , such a s p o e t r y o r politics, and t h e r e f o r e can never fepay t h e f u l l c o s t of t h e i r e d u c a t i o n .

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FINANCIAL A I D A v a i l a b l e on r e q u e s t t o a l l students, on a lifet i m e reimbursable b a s i s . We c h e e r f u l l y advance w h a t e v e r money a n underg r a d u a t e may need t o cover h i s f e e s , l i v i n g expens e s , and d o o r t o l l s . In r e t u r n , h e p r o m i s e s t o pay u s one p e r c e n t o f his a n n u a l income f o r t h e r e s t o f h i s l i f e , b e g i n n i n g one year a f t e r graduation. He a l s o s i g n s a form a u t h o r i z i n g t h e I n t e r n a l Revenue Service t o c o l l e c t t h i s money on b e h a l f of t h e c o l l e g e . by t h e s i m p l e method of a d d i n g one p e r c e n t t o h i s y e a r l y income tax. This arrangement . has proved h i g h l y s a t i s f a c t o r y b o t h t o s t u d e n t s and t o t h e c o l l e g e . Any b r i g h t youngster, no m a t t e r how poor, can g e t an education w i t h o u t f?.nancial strain. Moreover, t h e o n e p e r c e n t reimbursement i s t h e b e s t investment h e can e v e r make, since a practical, professional oriented t r a i n i n g of t h e k i n d we o f f e r normally m u l t i p l i e s h i s l i f e t i m e e a r n i n g capac i t y by a t l e a s t t e n . For t h e college, this s y s t e m p r o d u c e s a dependab l e - and s t e a d i l y r i s i n g flow of revenue. The p r e s i d e n t i s t h u s r e l i e v e d of t h e h u m i l i a t i n g and o n e r -

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