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ARTHUR ROUGHTON

A few of you have had t h e opportunity t o meet t h e new f a c e on campus. He i s Mr. Arthur C. Roughton, from Reading Penn, our new A s s i s t a n t Dean of Men. Mr. Roughton earned h i s BA i n Psychology a t Duke U n i v e r s i t y w h i l e being a member and o f f i c e r d Theda Chi F r a t e r n i t y ; r e c e i v e d Masters a t George Peabody College f o r teachers. He t r a i n e d a t Syraccse U n i v e r s i t y f o r t h e Peace Corp and s p e n t two y e a r s i n Tanzaniz A f r i c a teaching. He worked f o r Guidance Center I n c . developa dayi n g and running school program f o r d i s Mr. turbed children. Roughton's l a s t job was as t h e P r e s i d e n t of t h e V o l u s i a County c h a p t e r of t h e Council f o r Exceptional Children. He completed for F l o r i d a ' s requiremen* a teacher's c e r t i f i c a t e a t S t e t s o n d u r i n g t h i s time and worked h i s way up t o Commadore i n t h e H a l i f a x S a i l i n g Association. As t h e new A s s i s t a n t Dean of Men, h i s primary functions a r e liason to c l u b s , F r a t e r n i t i e s , and t h e SGA and h e l p i n g speed at Dean t h e machinery Spears O f f i c e .

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Sunday, ERAU had t h e honor of h o s t i n g Minnesota Senator Hubert Humphrey t o an i n f o r m a l q u e s t i o n and answer p e r i o d . The e v e n t took p l a c e i n t h e Academic C o m ~ l e x a t 6 : 0 0 PM when the- democratic p r e s i d e n t i a l h o p e f ~ lf o r 1972 drove up i n h i s w h i t e c a d i l l a c limousine a f t e r touring and campaigning around t h e Daytona Beach area. S e n a t o r Humphrey walked i n amid a r o u s i n g round of applause t h a t l a s t e d several minutes. After t h e a p p l a u s e had subsided, SGA P r e s i d e n t Frank Mayer d i d t h e honors of p r e s e n t i n g t h e former v i c e p r e s i d e n t t o t h e jam packed room of ERAU s t u d e n t s and o t h e r w e l l wishes. S e n a t o r Humphrey d e l i v e r e d a s h o r t speech b e f o r e going t o t h e q u e s t i o n s . The main i s s u e of h i s speech w a s c e n t e r e d about the s t u d e n t s and t h e i r H e urged newly won v o t e . a l l t o take p a r t i n elect i o n s and denounced t h o s e who "cop-out" of t h e sysH i s c h o i c e of t o p i c s tem.

ranged from economics t o comparing t h e p a s t decade to an aircraft going "soc~al through severe t u r b u l e n c e . ' He s t r e s s e d t h e need f o r t h e youth of t h e n a t i o n t o t r a i n themselves i n order t o reach t h e i r g o a l s through t h e s e u n p r e d i c t a b l e times. A f t e r h i s o r a t i o n , Sena t o r Humphrey opened . u p t o q u e s t i o n s t h a t might have a r i s e n . The f i r s t q u e s t i o n , which seemed a l most loaded, was whether o r n o t he favored t h e SST. S u r p r i s i n g l y he admitted t h a t though he l i k e d t h e SST, he voted a g a i n s t it because he thought the same. technology could b e gathered from t h e F4 Phantom. Reasoning furt h e r on h i s d e c i s i o n h e brought f o r t h the i n f o r mation that: the a i r l i n e s were s o f a r back i n t h e i r payment f o r o t h e r a i r c r a f t t h a t t h e a d d i t i o n of t h e SST t o t h e i r budget would r e q u i r e unnecessary burde n s and most l i k e l y f o r c e the aircrafts t o require c o n ' t pg 6

SORRY r To. Our Headers : Although we promised a new Avion format t h i s week a s you can see this i s n ' t it. Due c h i e f l y won't t o an e d i t o r i a l mistake, t h e new format very s o r r y t o appear till n e x t week. We're have promised something and n o t p u l l e d through. See you n e x t week, b r i g h t , s h i n y and new... Editor


sistantly made great advances toward better journalism here on campus. As my three year tenure here at Embry-Riddle moves ever closer to its climax, I feel the newspaper has reached a level far

by our student body in last Monday's Senatorial and Senior Class eleCtions. Fewer than 450 faces turned'up to drop their ballots. Representation is a duty as well as aright. Can you the

Accreditation students for your help in the way of "turn-out" duxing the elections. We had about 35% of the Student Body vote which is very good and shows student concern in the SGA. Senator Humphrey was very impressed by the University and most of all by the students. He told me that he would like to return at a later date and see more of the campus. He made the point of how concerned the students were, expressed by the high caliber and importance of the questions asked. He stated how relaxed the students seemed to be, which in turn, made him feel much more relaxed. So on behalf of Senator Humphrey thanks for the good turn out an3 intellectual perPormance by yon the stu- ' dents. The ROTC program is still in the planning stage which makes it inpossible to put facts on paper. All I can tell you now is that it will be here September 1972. Congatulations to the newly elected Senators and the Senior class officers. I am looking forward to .working with you and I wish you "hard work" in the Senate.

Needless to say, the state of Florida has already been trampled by a host of other presidential hopefuls. None though, stopped here on campus. Aviation is closely tied to politics and government. If Mr. Humphry is the only candidate interested in better communications with aviation people, surely our chances for jobs in the field will be much slimmer in the future.

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ALL students graduating in April (in all carriculu~ms) Sorry about missing who did not attend the last week, but after those January 27th meeting must super ridiculous proposi-. report as soon as possible tions which some people to the office of the Dejn took as real happenings of Students. Measurements two weeks ago, I caught so for caps and gowns are much flack I went into being taken in the Housing hiding. Office. Next weekend (Saturday) . is the Valentine's Dzy Dance. The ad says: There is no truth to the Valentine Dance rumor that: 9 - 1:30 Feb. 12 "Madisons" 1) The new ERAU Eagle sign' Plaza ID required That means great fun to he erected at the Acafor those who come. The demic Complex has two "Madisons" are returning right wings. by popular demand (They played last Halloween). Also we are allowing one There is no truth to the guest per ID carrier. If rumor that: you bring more,they must be cleared by the SGA ofraces.

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ACCREDITATION VIEWS In 1968 Embry-Riddle was accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and schools (SACS), the regional association for the southeastern portion of the United States. Once accredited, all universities must be re-accredited at the first four year period, and thence every ten years (with an interim five year report). The process is formally laid down in a 'guide from SACS and reauires ab7ut 18 months of preparation culminating.in the production of an Institutional self-studv report. This report is- the basis for the visit of a committee to evaluate the report with relation to conditions at the university; recommend, and suggest to SACS (and the university in question) on those items that might not meet the "standards" of the accreditatioti processes. These recommendations and suggestions are made to the president of the university at the conclusion of the com~ittee visit. The university then has (in our case) from 16 February 1972 to some early date in November '72 to make definite moves with respect to the "recommendations" and to provide either a rebuttal or snmP correction with respect to "suggestions" (In 1968 there were three 'recommendations and twelve "suggestions") In November Mr. Hunt will be required to meet with a committee at SACS and State the progress taken by the university in these respects. If his present. ation satisfies the committee, and in fact, the university has met the requirements of all the "standards' then our reaccreditation is taken to a vote in early December. If re-accreditation is awarded, the announcement in December will make our re-accreditation retroactive to 1 January 1972 ~ . j 6 u r & @ 0 we will be ! for another years der SACS au pices. exact dates for the committee visit have been established. The Committee, chaired by Dr. Harry Ashmore, President of Armstrong State College in Savannah, Georgia, will be ~~~~~~

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on canpus from 13 Fehruary 1972 until 16 Fehruary by Hank Cothran. 1972. The other members of the committee and their THE CANDIDATES: specific areas of interest George McGovern are: - -, Senator George McGovern, Student Personnel: H S y D. S.Dakota, is making his Associate Dean of Bowers second serious bid for the Student Affairs, North Democratic nomination for Carolina State (Raleigh) President. Business: D. L. Vaughan Labeled as a one issue Treasurer, University of candidate, Senator Mcthe South, Sewanee, Tenn. Govern has been working Librar : R. C. Janeway hard to rid hiinself of Texas Fech, Lubbock, Texas this image. On a recent Off-Campus Activities: Dr. visit to Daytona he exNicholas Mitchell - Dean. pressed concern over the College of General studies present administration's University of South Carolstand on civil rights, ina (~olumbia) ecology, welfare, the Humanities, general education: A.T. Cavano-Chair- economy and the war. Senator McGovern is a man, Developmental Studies Pavetteville Tech. Inst. liberal. In every speech he ~ushesthe fact that he FaGetteville. N .C. a via ti on ~echnical Spec- was anti-war long before Kitley Prothe other Democrate canialties:~.~. didates. In the speeches fessor of Aeros~aceEnainthat'1 have heard him make erring, School bf via ti on he ties every problem that Auburn University,Alabama. this nation faces today R. Wood Head, Aerospace into our involvement in Department, Middle Tenn. Vietnam. State University McGovern has been a coThere will he at least sponsor on every piece of one faculty meeting on 15 civil riahts leaislation February for the AssisHe is strong since 1966. tance of the committee advocate of equal rights and there will be requirefor every person regardmenl: for student particiless of race or sex. pation in the findings of Mr. McGovern believes the committee. As requirethat equal rights are not ments are made known to us Dresent in America because. information to students will be passed through-the bf the lack of equal opportunity. He has stated that if elected he will There is nd truth to the push for legislation guarrumor that: anteeing a minimum income 3 ) Mr. Kirk~atrick nas of $1000.00 for every man, placed a purchAse request women and child in the US. for 24 doz.cans of black He feels that increased spray paint. & 5,000 boxes con't. pg.14 of white chalk.

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THE KAMANAHWANNA LETTERS By Gary Anderson TO: Arthur Kamanahwanna FROM: Dean of Exchange Students SUBJECT: Welcome t o ElllbrY Riddle We of t h e administrat i o n a t ERAU join with t h e f a c u l t y and s t u d e n t s i n welcoming you to our school. You a r e t h e f i r s t exchance s t u d e n t from t h e Rickyrak I s l a ~ d s . Sincerely yours, Marvin R. Deadly ' Co., U.S. cavalky, Ret. Dear Dean F e l l a : ~ u c hthanks f o r memo, it was very good. So was roommate f e l l e r . Keep em coming. Arthur Kamanahwanna TO: Dead Deadly Director of Housing SIBJECT: Missing s t u d e n t I n t h e Dast months.four of Arthur ~amanahwanna' s roommates have disappeared ~ l s o ,l o c a l farms a r e m i s .sing four g o a t s , two sheep and a cow. Simon Dingo PRIVATE, USKC, R e t .

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KamanahSUBJECT: Arthur wanna We have contacted t h e Rickyrak government concerning Arthur's rather strange eating habits. Unfortunately, they were not much help. A s a matt e r of f a c t , they wrote back asking i f h i s roommates and t h e t i r e s had been government inspected. I would a p p r e c i a t e it i f you would speak t o him about this s i t u a t i o n . Dear Housing Director: Much thanks f o r Dean F e l l a you s e n t . He was very good. ?.rthur Kamanahwanna

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TO: Arthur Kamanahwanna FROM: Holiday Inn SUBJECT: Meal T i c k e t I t has come t o our a t t e n t i o n t h a t your meal t i c k e t with us was only used once. May we remind you t h a t t h e U.S. Departmefit of S t a t e has taken c a r e of your provisions here. Also, we would l i k e t o know what you a r e e a t ing?

Dear Holiday Inn F e l l a s : Thank you for meal t i c k e t . I t was very good. Arthur Kamanahwanna TO: Dead Deadly FROM: Director of Housing SUBJECT: Missing T i r e s I t has come t o my a t t e n t i o n t h a t t h e t i r e s on a l l the schoal buses axe missing and t h e night watchman was found w i t h a poison d a r t i n h i s neck. Please check with Arthur Kamanahwanna since the Rickyqak I s l a n d e r s are t h e only people i n the world s t i l l using thed..

Angus P a t r i o n , whoever 'you may .be, p l e a s e s t o p by Fm. 123, M r . Campbell's o f f i c e , and l e t us know -who you a r e . We received your s t o r y . f o r t h e M A I N FRAME, we l i k e d it, and need t o s e e v o u before we p r i n t it. Please s t o p by the f i r s t chance -YOU set. John F o s t e r E d i t o r , Main Frame

GRAFFITI CONTEST SPONSORED BY PHOENIX '72 . Now a l l those sayings you've heard about our school can pay off f o r you. Your words of w i t can be worth $20. I t ' s easy t o e n t e r , j u s t follow t h e r u l e s shown below. CONTEST RULES 1. G r a f f i t i must p e r t a i n t o EMU ( i e . f a c u l t y , administration, f l i g h t line, clubs, e t c . 2. The use of undue. prof a n i t v w i l l be s u b i e c t t o the i i s c r e t i o n o? the judges. e n t r i e s must be 3. A l l signed and have appropria t e ERAU Box number. 4. A l l e n t r i e s must be laced on a whole s h e e t of paper o r note card. 5. More than one e n t r y may be placed on t h e same s h e e t of uauer o r card. 6. A l l e n t r i e s must be s e n t t o "Phoenix" Box 1508 on o r before Friday, March 3, 1972. 7. A l l e n t r i e s w i l l become t h e property of t h e 1972 Phoenix. 8. Decision of t h e i u d s e s final. 9. Phoenix s t a f f members and their f a m i l i e s a r e n o t eligible. 10. E n t r i e s w i l l be judged on t h e b a s i s of o r i g i n a l i t y and content. The b e s t e n t r i e s w i l l appear in the 1972 Phoenix. Order yours today a t t h e Sf+ o f f i c e .

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Alpha Eta Rho w e l l , it looks l i k e Rho i s n ' t going t o make i t t o t h e Regional N.I.F.A. meets i n F o r t Lauderdale. A f t e r checking i n t o it a l i t t l e f u r t h e r , we found o u t t h a t t h e competition i s tomorrow, which would g i v e u s no chance t o practice. Some of t h e Rho b r o t h e r s have decided t o go down anyway t o g e t a look a t what i t e n t a i l s , a s we have been i n v i t e d t o t h e National Meets at Purdue i n May. School h a s been going now f o r a few weeks and by now everyone knows about t h e f r a t e r n i t i e s on campu s . You've a l r e a d y probably a t t e n d e d t h e Rush parties of the other fraternities t o compare and c o n t r a s t them. The Rush f o r Alpha E t a Rho i s on Wednesday, Feb. 9 t h i n robm 108-110 of t h e Academic Complex a t 7 PM. You've a l r e a d y s e e n how t h e s o c i a l f r a t s operate, 5 3 why n o t some t o s e e how a professional avaition f r a t o p e r a t e s . We c a n ' t promise you a b i g head t h e n e x t day, b u t we can promise you a good and i n f o r m a t i v e time.

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Eta I o t a chapter is well on t h e way t o a n o t h e r semester of significant school and community a c t i v i t i e s . I n t h e plans a r e t h e E a s t e r S e a l Drive, t h e United Fund Drive,complete r e d e c o r a t i o n of t h e c h a p t e r room, i n t r a m u r a l s o f t b a l l and t h e u s u a l game of s e e i n g how many kegs we can f i n i s h i n one n i g h t . C o n g r a t u l a t i o n s t o Our newly i n i t i a t e d b t o t h e r s who competed t h e i r prof i t a b l e pledge training p e r i o d on January 22. The twenty new b r o t h e r s had proven themselves a s defi n a t e a s s e t s during t h e pledge t r a i n i n g semester , and w i l l no d o w t c o n t i n u e t o make signiticar.t c o n t r i b u t i o n s t o Sigma C h i . Thanks t o Brother L a r r y Sweney f o r d o i n g a trernendous j o b i n t h e preperat i o n and conduct of r u s h . Due t o h i s e f f o r t s , Sigma Chi w i l l be pledging ano t h e r promising a n d d i v e r s i f i e d group of men. The "smoker" on Thursday n i g h t w h i l e on t h e s e r i o u s s i d e , allowed r u s h e e s t o g a i n some i n s i g h t i n t o what Sigroa Chi i s a l l a b o u t , and t h e advantages of being a l i f e l o n g member. Horever, on F r i d a y l o t s o f good food and b e e r were consumed i n our first s o c i a l function of t h e semester. Not ones t o c a l l it quits, the brothers held t h e i r f i r s t practice (7) t h e n e x t day f o r the upcoming s o f t b a l l league. J u s t what we p r a c t i c e d i s

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h a y r i d e which took Us through Tomoka S t a t e Park The Vet's Welcoming and up A1A p a s t t h e Ormond P a r t y went over r e a l b i g Beach P i e r . Imagine t h e l a s t weekend: t h e Beef and r e f l e c t i o r i of t h e moola m i restaurant-lounqe Bottle t h e w a t e r , r i d i n q along on t o be an ideal a hayride, drinking beer: A membership setting. The r i d e was followed by a meeting has been scheduled gathering at President f o r ~ r i d a evening, ~ the a u n t ' s house where we a t e 1 1 t h . a t t h e B o a r ' s Head hot c h i l i , cold c u t s , chip Lounge; b e e r w i l l be 25C. ' n ' d i p s , and drank some A s u s u a l s t o r i e s of narrow more b e e r . The evening escapes, t y r a n t i n s t r u c t was a complete s u c c e s s and o r s , and running t h e t a b l e .we hope t o d o i t a g ain. i n " e i g h t b a l l " w i l l be i n Speaking of b e e r , we abundance. want t o s t a r t s a v i n g b e e r J i m Baerwolf h a s organcans. 80 s t a r t f i l l i n g up i z e d a s o f t b a l l team f o r some bags and Pam Yehtman, the intra-mural league o u r P r e s i d e n t , w i l l ant h i s s e a s o n . Anv V e t i n nouce a c o l l e c t i o n c e n t e r t e r e s t e d i n j o i n i n g may a t oi:b n e x t meeting. contact J i m personally o r The n e x t meeting w i l l l e a v e a n o t e ~ i n h i s box, be h e l d a t Pam's,house a t X532. 333 Fletcher Rd., n e a r The Vet's Club is White S t r e e t , a t 7:30 PM, running a s a l e of b e e r Tuesday, Feb. 8th. Any mugs t h i s t r i , you can Embry-Riddle Veteran's see and buy them a t the w i f e i s welcome t o come Used Book S t o r e l o c a t e d i n and j o i n a t any meeting. t h e S t u d e n t C e n t e r . The. I f y o u ' d l i k e more i n f o r mugs a r e r e a l n i f t y and mation c a l l L i s a Wolff a t ;*illcome i n handy f o r t h e A t t h e meeting 252-5686. beach p a r t i e s t h i s s p r i n g . w e ' l l see f i l m s of t h e T h a t ' s a l l f o r t h i s time, Christmas P a r t y we had remember.. . t r y n o t t o l e t ' f o r handicapped Easter any work o r term p a p e r s S e a l c h i l d r e n and w e ' l l i n t e r f e r e w i t h your s o c i a l d i s c u s s arrangements f o r a a c t i v i t i e s and t o d r i v e t a l k and f i l m on c a n c e r careful: by t h e Cancer S o c i e t y . Of c o u r s e , good t h i n g s t o e a t w i l l end o u r meeting. , DO you want $100 wk. p a r t Hope t o s e e everyone a t time? Have you o r your t h e meeting Tuesday n i g h t ! w i f e c a l l 672-2886 f o r i n f o r m a t i o n and a n i n t e s v i e w "8

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NEW CHAIRMAN ERAU BOARD OF TRUSTEES DAYTONA BEACH, FLA..... Jan. 25, '72...Brigadier General William W.Spruance was e l e c t e d t o s e r v e a s Chairman of t h e Board of T r u s t e e s of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, effective w i t h t h e r e s i g n a t i o n of Mr. John G . McKay, J r . o n January 22, 1972. Mr. McXay h a s s e r v e d a s Chairman of ERAU s i n c e 1968 and w i l l remain a c t i v e on t h e Board of T r u s t e e s . B/General Spruance was commissioned i n t h e F i e l d A r t i l l e r y i n 1939 a f t e r graduation from the P r i n c e t o n ROTC. Assigned t o P a t t o n ' s 2nd Armored D i v i s i o n , he p i l o t e d and used h i s own p l a n e t o experiment and inaugurate air reconnaissance for tank maneuvers. I n 1943 he t r a n s f e r r e d t o t h e A i r Corps and was s t a t i o n e d i n t h e China - Burma - I n d i a t h e a t r e . He r e t u r n e d t o r e s e r v e s t a t u s i n 1946 and joined t h e Delaware A i r National Guard. He i s currently serving as A s s i s t a n t Adjutant General f o r A i r of t h e Delaware A i r N a t i o n a l Guard. B/General Spruance joined the Board of T r u s t e e s of ERAU i n 1967. H i s s o n , William,graduated from ERAU w i t h a Bachelor of S c i e n c e Degree i n Aeron a u t i c a l Science. General Srruance r e s i d e and Mrs Wllmlngton, Delaware and Marathon, F l o r i d a .

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Daytona Beach, Fla-- A f i e l d of international d r i v e r s and a number of European r a c i n g teams a r e s e t t o compete i n t h e Feb 6 Daytona C o n t i n e n t a l a t Daytona International speedway. A three- car factory F e r r a r i e f f o r t leads the l i s t of more than 40 c a r s

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by Steve Barbour Anyone residing in Dorm I1 should take heart-after the end of this trimester the lease will be up and the students living there will be forced into .norm I or onto the local comAvian wants to munity. dispel any mystery about this subject, so the facts were sought be this reporter. Mr. Forrest (VP of Planning) told us t5at the dorm was built in 1965 and leased to Bmbry- Riddle. The lease was up recently, but the University obtained an extension to finish the Spring '72 trimester. The owners of the complex offered it for sale, but the price was a little rich for ERAU (rumor has It at about three-qarters of a million). The owners aren't claiming to have any offers, but they are very inflexible to any bargaining- so they must have something up their sleeve. The complex is a white

elephant. The location (next to public boxing and resting in a swamp) is not ideal for a shopping center, apartment complex, or anything else. The fact that the buildings are still there wouId probably' encourage buyers to seek the extensive spans of undeveloped land on either side of the dorm. The dorm building is only suitable for a dorm. Think of the refurnishing that would be necessary to turn it into a motel. And then consider the extremely poor tourist location, the owners would be lucky if the resident manager lived there. These facts raise the question of a possible lease arrangement (or even purchase) after the owner finds out whatawhite elephant he has on his hands. Mr. Forrest said that the possibility should not be ruled out. Dean Spears said that Dorm I would be filled before the rest of the stu-

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