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New Changes May Force Students To Return Early by Jim Owen E f f e c t i u s t h e Spring T r i n e s t * = 1973, t h e Univ s r s i t y d e s i s t from eondvcting p~e-ragistrot i o n s and have only o regulor regietrotian p e r i o d at the beginning o f th e t r i m e s t e r . the circulating mmng administration, faculty, and SGA is a letter from Dr. Pence, the Univereity Registrar, containing the above paragraph and requesting thelr views. in addition, the letter gives procedural changes and reasons for delition of per-reaigtretion. The fire* paragraph explains that institut. proposal ing ~ r penceas will reduce the nurober of registration periods from 8 to 3, with a short mini-registration for the second half of the s-er. The second paragraph -* a-t. =.-.xved during pre-registration is not sufficient for the m o u n t of work involved. The third paragraph notee that atudenta are forced to register so far in advance that it

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DAYTONA AVIATION PURCHASE PROPOSED BY &-RAU by Curti.

generatea a dit'onal changes of regi!tra;ion. Paragraphs 4 through 8 list pnocedural changes that should be made, including: 1) A persor frlm the flight department would help schedule student flight periods. frorn the 2)A Caehier'a Office would take checks from those who wish to pay i m d i ately. 3) Pinancia1 hid offioe is to complete all financial arrangements of sontinuinq students before registration hegins. 4) wider coverage amans act1001 publications is needed. 5) aegiatration claas preferencs wib:: SGA policement will be instituted. =he last paragraph request cements on the proposal. the should your

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According to Jack R. Hunt, President of E-RAQ the byy Dayrona Beach , The Purchase will probably be by

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to utilize n.ytona Beach Aviation a iixed Operation managed by

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i n e ~ ~ o r g ~ ~ ~ ~ t i o ~ z ; tGraduate OnB Beach Aviation.

~idi.~~ of E-RAU with profits going

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that maintenance and of E-RAU aircraft will be percorned ru*-u.

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be maintained with charter semioe and in.tru,tion

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of Trustees. the University He Board will appoint m&er

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Seotion 3 In accordthe charter of the uciversity Board of Trustees, a student addieionto t5e SGA Pre:? ident ' m y serve O n the Board. A. Prospective candidates for this Position will submit the an applicaInternal tion toCornittee of Lhh Affairs M C ~with

Student senate. The aPplication shall be re-

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Prcsidcnt of the SGA. The President shall then appoint tile represent=tive from these application,. The student senate shall be Provided with a resume of the apPointat least one week Prior to a meeting which the approve *is apr poinment. The approval shall be confirmed by a 213 vote of the , t, . e , P (1) A,,~ m&er f. the m t e r n a l ~ f f a i r scomnittee who submits an 5;icatian shall not sit committee meetings when are being reviewed, B, Reqvirements for Of-

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Students or faculty members interaated .in becoming board members should adit their names to me. Ethel1 Coznelius, the Corporate secretary in nr. ~ur.t's Office. for sonsidera: ~ ~ l t ~ e : g . M eBal-oUom

for the Also, any student inDaYtOna terested in becoming each via ti on. members p m t time employees of the board will in- should contact Barbara =lUde captain ~ i d ~ lA.l Mouse at the Student sCT-ibnerchairman, ~laccraentoffice.

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Must be a full-time student and must raain full- tirne during hir term Of office ,i * the exception hie final trimester. C. ern or office

Phillip Elliot J ~ , .nrs. David Goddard, jack ~ u n t , student and a faculty member.

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PRESIDENT HUN TO CONDUCT USSR SEMINAR

Proposed Changes To SGA By-iaws,passed Change 1 Section l, Rrticlc Paragraph A. s a - ~ a r a graph ll. add:...as provided in Rrticle "I1, Section 3 of thee= BYlaws. This Paragraph then as follows: as a member

ALP studenre will fill new job pasitians, at Daytona Beach Aviation, however the Present ernplo~ees will be retained. he method of aelection for the new manager will be by an appointed board, the manager in turn will select the new

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clay, Or Dean Spears expressing your view-, which are needed to make a mare decision.

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FUNDED BY STUDEM BODY

by :"=tie J. Poree Jr. President Hunt conducting a survey to s== how many students might be interested in going to ~~~~i~ on a Russian tour seminar.

61's 6El INCREASE IN BEMEFR by Ron Nynan The Congress has pas~ e da 25.78 increase in veterans' benefits under the GI Bill. This increase is to be retroactive to September 1972.

he inoreaee wae dis"pointingly short of The tour ,,ill bu proposed Senate (11 =he Shall speoial topias =oursea passed this serve vntil SS 450. offering 3 credhe it hours. The cost oc graduation or ""ti1 the course is approxi- activity to January 1972. resigns or is hpeached. (21 xf at any t h e the 'MtelY 5900.00, and will student leaves =-mu, include meals, transhe Rouse. of Reprethe office ahail be con. portation, hotels, as sentatives passed a 17% aidered vacated. well as instruction. increase in March 1972 D. The above procedures with retroactivity to shall: he cpurse will last January, also. The in111 IÂŁ possible, be in3 week*, beginning Dec. sreare gives s single itiated at least one 14. It will include Veteran 934.98 more a month prior to the end tours to various manu- month. A m a r r i d Veterof the tern of the cur- 'fasturing facilities and an without children EM cities as well aa expect $52.68 more. rent representative. have completed I21 1f due to unforedemic institutions and at least two trimesters seen oircumsrancea a cne xriation facilities. The minuces from Congreaaional Record conat R-IUU and must be month period is not to serve at leapt possible, these procedA minimum of 16 people cerning the entire pasthree consecutive tri- ures shall be initiated will be needed ta start sage and the n-s of esters excluding the inmediately upon vacathe course. Interested those Congreeslnen who trimeeter in which he is tion of the office. A should contact voted for or against the available two-week period shall be Nan Green in admiseians. increase is be allowed for applications upon request from the demic 02: disciplinary to be submitted. Used Bookstore.

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THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED THlS PAPER ARE NOT NECESS-

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News &Views From The Editor's Desk

President's Cornea "Eau G a l l i e School g rip". I f anyone should see Senator Andy Andersen walking around campus t h i s week, he should p a t him on t h e back t o a h m a p p r e c i a t i o n of a job w e l l done. approximately 100 miles from Eau G a l l i e , here. i n t h e r e are high schools t h a t sponsor junior ROT' programs. A couple of weeks ago, one o f t h e echo01 board members of t h a t area t o l d me t h a t they vere almost 70 per: cent aviation oriented . I n reply i n that a t o h e r comment I s a i d , "What do you k n m about M r y - R i d d l e AeronautiHer cal university? reply was "Nothing." After t h e e l e c t i o n s , I assigned Senator Andersen a s t h e P u b l i c Relations sub - committee Chairman which f a l l s under I n t e r n a l Affairs i n the SGA. I" a period of weeks he has contacted t h e school board i n Eau G a l l i e , coordinated v i t h t h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n , end has come up v i t h an SGA sponeored t o u r of E-RAU for approximately 40 to ""lor ROTC s t u d e n t s

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schools. Needless to s a y , n o t only v i l l t h i s be g r e a t p u b l i c r e l a tions i n c e n t r a l Florida. b u t we f e e l sure t h a t a f t e r a s t u d e n t t o stude n t type t o u r , many o f them w i l l t a k e back favorable mention of E-mu. = h a d . again t o Andy Andersen. =he Dorm Council has decided t h a t the" would rather work directly with the adminiseraiion i n r c l v i n q same of t h e problems i n h e r e n t i n the ~ o r m i t o r y . AS a remrnd e r t o them, we have i n t h e SGA a D o m i t o r y Cmrnittee which o w e s und e r HEW and i s headed by s e n a t o r nandy winters; ~ e w i l l be more t h a n g l a d t o a s s i s t t h e Dorm c o u n c i l i n any way i n o r d e r t o g e t b e t t e r act i o n f a r t h e i r requests.

=he R L P grievances, of which t h e r e are many, are being looked i n t o by a committee. This comm i t t e e is headed by Senator avid Clausen. I f you have any requests. g r i e v a n c e s , or s o l u t i o n s to t h e multitude of problems, p l e a s e c o n t a c t s e n a t o r clause" through h i s =-mu Box No. 548. My ~ o n g r a t " l a t i o " S to t h e SGA t h i s week. For t h e f i r s t t i n e i n almost a y e a r i n o f f i c e I have j u s t uitneseed a very efficient running of l a s t Tuesday 'B Senate meeting. There vere itens 0x2 the agenda which were very c a n t r o varsial. yet smehm i n r e c a r d time, leaving r.0 one unaware of t h e f a c t s . a change t o t h e By-Laws was p u t through. Briefl y , t h e new change outl i n e s guidelines that the p r e s i d e n t , i n t h e future, w i l l f o l l m i n appointing t h e second member t o t h e University m a r d of T r u s t e e s . congratulations to P B Y ~ Mercandetti: You your BY-law Revision committee have done a areat i o b . Due to t h e oagernees of some sen*t o r s , same small amendments t o t h e new change were not p u t throuqh a t this Senate meeting. ow ever, I am sure t h a t during our next Senate meeting everything v i l l be f i n a l i z e d . ~ a s It would l i k e t o remind a l l t h e s t u d e n t s Blood Drive that the w i l l be h e l d November 1st and 2nd. Help supp a r t i t : Also, ihe Halloween Dance i s oched"led f o r October 28 and v i l l be h e l d a t t h e A r a o q dmntwn. Costumes are i n accord. p r i z e s w i l l be awarded, and t h e band w i l l be g r e a t Kinderblock).

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Needay, Oct. 24th. 5:30 p.m.. Roan 108. his i s t h e d a t e of a n open s t u d e n t c o u r t meeti n g , i n which Mr. Jerry Fry, p r e s i d e n t of the s e n i o r c l a s s , v i l l plead a g a i n s t SGA h i s case p r e s i d e n t Richard Reima"". Why i s t h e r e a need f o r a court s e s s i o n ? Mr. ~ r w y i l l , a t t h i s time, defend t h e r i g h t s of h i s f e l l o w s e n a t o r s and s t u dents. HOW d i d t h i n a l l come about? E-WLU'e Board of Trustees allows t x o s t u d e n t s to be members of the ~ o e r d . he f i r s t ~ t u d e n ti s t h e p r e s i d e n t of the Student Government Association. The second i s a melnhar aPpointed by t h e p r e s i d e n t he procedure f o r t h e appointment i s as f o l lws: 1) t ! e a ~ ~ o i n t ment i s madc by the SGA p r e s i d e n t ; 2) i t i s presented to the SGA s e n a t e f o r approval, 3 ) i f approved, t h e appointee i n o f f i c i a l l v i n office. l a s t simmer, Mr. ~ r y was appointed and approved, under t h e administraeion of wr. Frank Mayer, t o the 80ard of T r u s t e e s . A l l procedures were o f f i c i a l according t o my i n t e r p r e t a t i o n of t h e c o n s t i tution. on a c t . 5th of Ulis trimester, President ~ e i m a n n announced the a p p o i n m e n t and s e l f approval of v i c e - p r e s i d e n t nilre ~ c n a r dto t h e pas i t i o n of s t u d e n t Board of ~ m s t e e s member, rep l a c i n g Mr. Fry. Before t h e new appointment was made, i t was not pres e n t e d t o t h e SWi senate, nor approved. Mr. P r y , at t h a t time; had received no l e t t e r asking f o r h i s resignation. on ost. 6th. a l e t t e r to General Spruanse, p r e s i d e n t of t h e Board Of Tznstees, Was d r a w up, making him aware

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t h a t ~ r ~.e i m a n nwas t h e elected president of t h e SGA, and Mr. ~e~nilrd was t h e second eoard ..-.. . -. of Trustees member.

on o c t . l l t h , xr. Fry PTNSLLY received a l e t . ter conceinins ttxe new appointment o f Mr. Leo" r r d and was asked f o r tian. m y was t h i s e i t u a t i o n handled in this manner, and why did p r e s i d e n t Reimann neqleek or t o t a l l y deny t h e s e n a t e the r i g h t t o aPprove ~ r .Leonard's appointment? could i t be t h a t t h e senate would not approve the changeover among Board members. and P r e s i d e n t Reimann knew t h i s ? What reason would t h e s e n a t e have f o r removing one board -member who is r i g h t i n t h e middle of many fundamental p r o j e c t s and r e p l a c i n g him v i t h a men who could only serve s i x and one h a l f months due to graduation i n A p r i l ? IS it r e a l l y necessary to make these c o n s t a n t change-overs every time a new a d m i n i s t r a t i o n i s

Ilhia whole unfartumatter could be s e t t l e d i f t h e senate would be a l l w e d to do i t s i o b an4 t h e i r r u l i n q on appointment oi the Board of Trustees member be t h e f i n a l word r f not. I f o r e s e e anl y unhappiness, shame, and s c a n d a l f o r Preeidenr Reirnsnn. May I alhn arge a l l s t u d e n t s to a t t e n d the Student Court on Tuesday, i s e u e has not if this It vill been s e t t l e d . g i v e you an oppart72nity t o see e x a c t l y h m the Reimann administration is working. YOcan then f a m u l a t e your w n opinion.

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Dear AVION: I have very strong f e e l i n & about our exc e l l e n t grade of s t u d e n t drivers. Since I r e t u r n e d t o s c h m 1 i n ~ u g u s t ,my car has been s t r u c k 3 times while

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a school. Each one has and l e f t a good s i r e denr he Which w i l l he c o s t l y to make? repair. The persons rehis case has brought s p o n s i b l e f o r t h i s were much d i s g r a c e t o t h e n o t t h o u g h t f u l enough t o name of Embry-Riddle by t e l l me. the unofficial constituMy car was not deaignt i o n a l procedures; by ed f o r a demolition derby. one man allowing himself and I sure d o n ' t want i t t o make a d e c i s i o n which t o look l i r e i t has been muat be made by t h e Stu- i n one. d e n t ~ o v e r n m e n tAesociaWhat we need around t i o n as a whole. h e r e are people t o look I urge p r e s i d e n t R e i - b e f o r e p u t t i n g their ears mann t o " c l e a n up h i s i n g e a r . These things a c t " by l i v i n g up t o h i s could be avoided and the pramines given i n h i s c o s t l y r e p a i r s would be i n a u g u r a t i o n speech, i . e ' saved. "...In no uoy u i t t I I am thoughtful enovqh a t t e m p t t o *en Pr domi- t o watch o u t f o r other rota t h i s SCA. I f e e l cars and a l l I can ask i s t h a t t h e p e o p l e uho.ore t h e a m e r e s p e c t frmn you. i n t h i e o r g a n i a n t i o n now Remember only you c,m a r e n o t u r a end i n t s t t i - h e l p p r e v e n t t h i s frax g e n t eaongh t o g e t the happening again. job d o n a . " David Clausen in

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Travel 4 m i l e s south Of the Port ormge Bridge on South A t l a n t i c Avenue t o find this unique r e s t a u r a n t and n i g h t epo:. YO>2 e n t e r Fritze's d i n i n g r o m through tho lounge where t h e w a l l s are c w e r e d with autaqraphed s t r a w h a t l , sett i n g t h e ions f o r t h e Old the28 theme. The dininn row contains large- picture windars facing d i r e c t l y on a deserted stretch of ocean beach. The whole rustic, atmosphere is and d r e s s i s s t r i o t l v casual. he meals served a t F r i t z e ' a (mainly seafood prime c u t sreaksi a r e w e l l prepared and d e l i ~ i o u s . You salad l o v e r e w i l l enjoy t h e

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s a l a d b a r which f e a t u r e s e i g h t or n i n e d i f f e r e n t s a l a d s and dzesringa. Help yourself t o as much as you l i k e ! Another n i c e touch i s t h e h o t l o a f of homemade bread served a t each t a b l e . I n a d d i t i o n t o servi n g g r e a t food a t very reasonable p r i c e s . the Old Timer8 a l s o has entertainment. On Priday and Saturday n i g h t s f r m 9 t o 1. t h e r e is l i v e b i g band era music. msryone j o i n s i n t h e f u n with a lively eing along, creating a friendlier atmosphere than y o u ' r e l i k e l y t o f i n d a t any Other night spot in t h e Ja.,tona Beech area. Give F r i t z e ' s food a t r y , and d o n ' t l e t t h e name Old Timers mislead YOU. Fcitre's caters t o a l l age grobps, and a i l age s r o v p s j o i n i n t h e fun:

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Pore On Coins by Joe Green collecting rotated d i e s i s an i n t e r e s t i n g part Of ""mi~mati~b. I t ' s inexoenaive. makes a taacinitrng display, and everyone of t h e s e colne can be found m circulation. I f you rake a coin between your f i n g e r e upr i g l l t and slowly t u r n it around, you can see t h a t t h e obverse and reverse designs are up-side doT h i s i s normal, however, some c o i n s are found to have both s i d e s u p r i g h t , or one design r a t s t e d from 5 to 360 T h i s happens when a die i s loose, e i t h e r top or bottom. Then, t h e r e s u l t i n g c o i n w i l l have a r o t a t e d f r o n t or back. The t o t t o n d i e , t h e reverse, i s t h e one t h a t w i l l u s u a l l y cause t h i s error. T h i s die is

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by'b lock screw. lock asrev w i l l cause t h i s d i e to vibr a t e OI S h i f t . =he upper d i e i a a l s o set i n p l a c e by a lock screw, b u t v a i a l l y i f t h i s lock screw becomes loose. t h e d i e v i l l f a l l out 0' Dlace. A ooilecrion 't1,is sort i~ r e l a t i v e l y eaey t o c o l l e c t , and mk.a n mnique a n d ~ c o l o r f u lcollection. What s o r t 'of a v a -l u e can y" p u t t o n a s o l l e c t i o n of t h i s Sort7 w e l l i t ' s hard to say. he c o n d i t i o n of t h e c o i n s , denomination, and deg r e e s of s h i f t are imp o r t a n t . u s u a l l y . values are determined by supply and demand, and what t h e market v i l l bear. A loose

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155 i n both d i r e c t and i n d i r e c t mode; dropping William lnikel . ~~.sulli----. 81 m.m. mortars: blowin. VM Spent s i x Weeks of claymores; t o s s i n g hand h i s sumer vacation a t grenade.; and shooting t h e Third A m y R.O.T.C. t h e 45. M14. 116. 3 7 9 , S-er camp, and re- and L.A.W.S. ceived t h e Distinguished Space and e d i t o r i a l M i l i t a r y Student Award p o l i c y prevent. me from f0.r h i e - e f f o ~ t s . of t h e The award i s given t o r e p e a t i n g any want t h e Arw R.O.T.C. c a d e t st too lr ii se ts e, nb uft oirf ayou couple rho s h w s outstanding days, j u s t crank ~ i k e of m i l i t a r y l e a d e r s h i p and up with a few w e l l a h i g h a p t i t u d e f o r m i - placed q u e s t i o n s and l i t a r y t r a i n i n g at t h e r e l a x . Be c a r e f u l 17 45. XI. s m e r camp. I t i s usu- then though: he almost t a l k e d a l l y given t o .oneone i n me i n t o j o i n i n g hrmy t h e top 5% ("walk on va- R.O.T.C. termc a t e g o r y ) . Mike Su?livlm. who is w e l l knovn f o r h i s war s t o r i e s , c m e back from camp w i t h a whole new The Scholarship Comgroup t e l l i n g how he g o t m i t t e e has awarded the t o use t h e classroom following scholarships f o r t h e F a l l Trimester: H i s h o s t s , t h e 82nd Elion Krugman ($1001. Airborne (all-merican Vicki Smith ($300). b o y s ) , f i r s t showed t h e Nancy Lucas ($300). cadets h w t o operate W i l l m Waody (5100). t h e equipment and then Darius Daranjia ($100). Stepped back and l e t che end Daniel Horting c a d e t s t a k e aver. he I$lOOl. c a d e t s g o t .hands on.' COngZatUlati~nS to experience d r i v i n g tanks a l l r e c i p i e n t s of t h e s e f i r i n g the and A.P.C.'s; s c h o l a r s h i p s . tank, h w i t r e r , 105 and ~

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The Death of the Convertible b!:

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v e r t i b l e . ndd t o a l l of t h i s t h e consumer orefercnce f o r a i r cGditioning, they say, and a l s o t h e s a l e s of ~ o r d convertibles slipping from a high of 123,000 i n 1965 to 16.000 five y e a r s l a t e r . I" hddit i a n t h e r e is t h e convertible's i n a b i l i ' t y t6 r e s i s t any t h i e f with t h e p r i c e of a pocket k n i f e . Then tw, t h e r e is t h e queetion of aafet y . ~d a l l t h i s i s n o t . to mention t h e f a o r t h a t t h e a i r i n one of tadayb urban c e n t e r s v i l l eat *rough top i n less than a "ear. SO t h e r e you have i t , t h e madern convertible being put darn by p o l l u tion, crime in the s t r e e t s . a n armored car approach t o s a f e t y , conformity, and compvter marketing techniques t h a t always give the WBS b ~ y e rwhat he w a n t s Why d i d it r e a l l y d i e ? The quick answer seems t o be t h a t i t was an a g e l e s s , unchanging des i g n t h a t r a n head on i n t o a changing world. But I have o t h e r more Personal reasone. ws had our heads d w n , busy g e t t i n g and spending, and when we looked up, our f a v o r i t e car was gone. yes, we were t h e g e n e r a t i o n t h a t grew up knowing t h a t man's highest a t t a i n m e n t was a c o n v e r t i b l e , b u t became PreWNpicd with the l e a 8 of a t t a i n m e n t to allow i t s g w l t o e x i s t . m . J~~ had the formula. so d i d l n g r i d ~

Those were t h e days. Ingrid Jay's father bought a new Ford canv e r t i b l e every year. If questioned t h e n , or even now, about which I l i k e d more, I n g r i d or t h e car that smelled of new l s a t h e r and even never canvas t h a t I would be permitted t o use when e s c o r t i n g Miss J a y , I would be hard p u t t o came up with a n honest answer. After a i l , a convertible--a Ford urnverfible--by t h e mores an* m o r a l , l" force a* t h e rime was as much 3 puberty r i t e es a g i r l whose b r w n eyes g l i a tened l i k e t i d a l pools and whose upturned nose supported a l i g h t d u s t ing of f r e c k l e s . sitti& i n an open c a r und e r a s t a r - f i l l e d sky, mouthing l i n e s cribbed from an Old Hmphrey Bogart movie h a s n ' t l e f t any psychic scare. TOO bad my k i d s won't be doing t h e aame thing. Todav it would necess i t a t e - a long journe;, presumably back i n time, but i f n o t , a t l e a s t i n distance, to a p l a c e where t h e a i r i s c l e a r enough ao t h a t you can see t h e s t a r s , and lonel y enough S O t h a t you a r e n ' t a f r a i d of being mugged. ~ t ' a s problrn I'm g l a d I d o n ' t have t o work o u t , a l l of which may have scme b e a r i n g on the d e c i s i o n of t h e na$or automobile manufacaircontinue to building convertibles s t a r t i n g with the ' i 3 model year. The computers m . Jays

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male was f p a er e r ahead s. Eveo n f i fh e1 r are d i d n ' t g e t t h e g i r l , I dead. Be flew f i g h t e r s the idea. An open d u r i n g t h e Korean War. s, drove. and t h a t ma" have co1ored h i s ipproach t o A c l o s e d car wae one automobiles. 1n an open t h a t d r w e you. i f t h i s car you were f l y i n g . i s an imperfect s y l l o But t h e r e are a number gism. blame it on t h e of reaSMS why t h e COD- f a c t t h a t it was steamed v e r t i b l e v i l l no longer frorr t h e fevered b r a i n be produced i n t h e U.S. of a 15-"ear-old vhn .... .h-4 . ~h~ induslly watchers 'me v i G i n .uhisker-t a l k about t h e incrag: zfc:Ez:.of one--of t o t a l i n Popularitv of hardtop, on t > p of which Came t h e v i n y l roof t h a t save a c a r t h e verv look &d t e x t u r e of H con-

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Pre-Registration

by Rory Donnelly Dr. Pence has auggeated thst E-RAU do away vith pre-regietarfion, citing oost and the early date of regietration as the main problems, the latter causinn too msnv add/ drops. I agree with his rsasons, as they are unrefutable, but the conolu.ion is unpalatable. citing his reasons, and ineluding many more, x auggeat the school insfjtvte three eplit reaiatr'ationa. What do I &an by split? Each registration could be BDllt into 2 seesions. L e a couple of veer; before the end of the trimester and the other during the breo*. reaaona for thia are concluded as to11ara: 1) Near the end of a trhester most atvdsnts are aware of their class etanding and know what they need or want for the Following trimester. 21 If the advsincdd Beesion of registration is n e u the end of the trimester, there will be no need to complete the mounds o f p a p e w o r k presently attempted after pre-registration. In a. feu weeks the .break" registration period will This would restart. iuce the cost to the 31 This will benipit a e students who attend claaaes "ear around, bv giving G e m a p e r i d beend of each fore the term to register, giving them mora rime away from school. (Using 1972 as a a i d e . the break would inolvde 33 weekdays vs 15 weekdays under Dr. Fence's plan.) 4 1 Those etodsnts who r-in at =-mu during the Sumner t e m r get addltlonal advantaaee. 5) Those maGgin.1 atudsnts who return to E-mu because they are registered and paid wvuld continue to return instead of having to face the hassale and frustrations of registering. 61 =he advanced reaistration reduces the ions and tiring lines. If 800 students trying to pre-register causes great problems, just imagine what 1700 Students would do to registration. he reason for Dr. pence's study waa ta determine the causes of over 2000 add/drops procesled this trimester. It concluded that regiaturing in llarsh for a trimester starring in septmber caused the majority of these add/ drops. Therefore, tt.ie study suggested to do away with pre-ragistra:>an. A more correct suggestion would be to make advanced registration closer to the start OF the next trimester. I m d e a small onofficiai study using some odd/drop slips I re-

ceived. The dominate reason given: "I first registered for anyting, to get into the system;" When interviewed further mast stated, "my class was olosod SO I put some thing else in its place, then waited for add/drop to get in the class of mv first choice." "Everyone knows they open classes azter preregistration, so I jvst waited until they opened a claes which fits my BChedYle batter." Surprisingly, a high percentage of people said, "They Ehanged my class time SO f moved to another class. "Last march I registered to stay on waranted tuition, then took part of the s m e r off." Prom this s w a y , the March lor ear1y)"pre-registrationshould be drvpped and replased iith a later .advanced reaistration session." Mo;e Laportantly, the problems of Elosed E1888BS must be dale with and changing class time must be stopped. 1f you have any =omm n t 8 for or againat any of the plans. either the present Bystem, Dr. Pence's plan, or mine, please see ~ r . Pence, ~ e a nspears, Dean Clay, m a n wileon. w . Kasler. m. c - P k l l . Ilr. Chi=*man. Mr. Cuminaham. Mr. ~ok;ly, your eenatb; or e.pecia11y re. ~ i wen m air science Senntor chairman of Student Ideas cornittee (unoff ical)

Embry-Riddle Speech Forum by John nlller, Jr.

A speech ÂŁ0will be presented here on -"day night. the 21st of November. he forum, eponsored by the Division of nvmanities and sociii ScienSe., will be researched, organized, and presentad by ten students chosen from the speech classes. (2 from each class.) Divided into No terns. the students will dirCUSS a particular aspect of contemporary society. T O P ~ S B of past form have included d m g abuse and consumer problem. The exact time and location of the forum and the names of the chosen wrabers d l 1 be annoamced at a later dyte. The forum will be open to the public and refreahnente will be served during intermis-

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DECMER GRAOUATES Plcase come by the ~ a a n of Men's Office to be measured for cap and 90Y".

Going back to natur seems to be the bi thing this year and man rock groups are jumping onto the bandwagon. The Eagles are juet one of these new combination rock-western bands. composed of Bernie leadan, guitar, banjo, and vocals; Glenn frey. vocals and elide suitar; Randy neisner, bias and vocals; and on Henley, vocals and drums; the Eagles have one thing in is their favor. there only one way for them to go-- up. They have alot of growing up to do, but with the potential that they have it shouldn't be too difficult. Their recent album, whioh is untitle2, shawa muoh of the same srvle used and popularired*by the Byrds in their 9titled album of two -890. This is extremely noticeablein the first cut of their album "Take It Easy''. It is one of their amiling so-g8 that is good to so oftsn. hear every When you turn up the "01on thia one, the fancy banjo pickin' in the back ground comes through.

Spotlight -If they would get rid of the garbage ( the im- by Green itation bird calls) at ~ ~-r~-Riddle ~ l did ~ it the beginning ~ i ~ d the " potential of again: That's right, the zagles cslld be another outstanding edbetter seen. ucator has been added to blend the Univeraity'a aoaduawell and Leadon's banjo iC He is Mr. Donald J . playing stands out. The final son9. "Trl- Xemerait, rho will be instructing Management in'" exhibits same fan;: and Law. guitar playing thst, xmerait ia inlistened to carefully, could be mistaken for Clapton or seck. m~ea~ef Easy ~ l eeling" has the tone ÂŁ0, 18 years. xn 1967, a8 "Train Isaves Here he left to attend This Morr.ingmand is with

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Sad'. Here, the pacs is slowed .10m and some are beautiful cords played and sung by Glenn lrey,who wrote the aong. TO me, side two does the group el"+ lore justice than side one Per=afril ia the only V D I ~ to deacrihe the first cut on this side, "The Train Leaves "ere This Morning". It creates a lonely kind of m o d and is reninis~ent of the traveling songs popularized by the Byrde It was written by w a d e n and m it his voice ia aa clear as the acooustic guitar he plays.

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Let'8 all extend a hearty welcome to Mr. Kemerai+:. Sat. NOT. 11--1x ~oad November will be a ~ ~ 1 1 ~ . big month foe sports rallies. The follaring Sat. N w . 18 DBSCC autv is the tsntative sched- sponsored night ule of events. CIOSB. f o l l w e d by short rally. Sat. NW. 4--DBSEC annual Hare C Kound Rally. Check me Avion for further rim= a n t m a .

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