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SEVENTY-FOURTH YEAR-No. 97 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 30, 1966 PRICE FIVE CENTS I 'Way . Out' Swings Out -USF Photo Soulful Sounds Tim Phillips and Bill Denton, on the guitar, eb.tertain a large audience at the "Way Out" coffee house sponsored b y the UC last Monday night. Weather Station Planned Forecast Is Bright For USF Meteorology By TONY ZAPPONE have to pack up each time," Campus Staff Writer Dr. Fuson asserts. USF meteorological profesSince the department must resors, in a long range forecast, apply for the radar license in predict a shiny future for their August, they will leave the pres. department in 1968. ent radar atop the Life Science Dr. Robert Fuson, chairman building after they move. of the geology department's weather program, says a per1.4. fl i;i c;ass Photos mg stauon w1ll be hou sed m :g @ the p 1 anne d Social Science Set June 6 building in the fall of 1968. tJ . . m The weathermen presently h Semor portraits for the :t have three radars two of which W 1967 Aegean will be taken g ' M d J 6 . UC 221 are inoperative. One of them, \;?, on ay, une â€¢ m M Hundreds Throng Ballroom for Show By MONTSY ALVAREZ Campus Staff Writer "The Way Out", USF's version of a "beat" coffee house held a very successful performance last Monday night before a capacity crowd in the UC Ballroom. "Beat Waitress" Sponsored by the University Center, "The Way Out" proved to be enjoyable and what the setting did not contribute the entertainment did. Several hundred students sat in dim candlelight at red-and-white clothed tables, while m a n y stood in the background be cause of the crowd's capacity. The tinkering of coffee cups could be heard during the enter tainment as girls in "beat" at tire served Expresso coffee; but the entertainment captured most of the night's limelight. Much of the night's talent came from the St. Petershurg coffee house, "Beau Arts." Bar ry Sims, Be au Arts new man ager-singer performed a series of songs for his audience as did Dan Finley, Basonova guitarist, also of Beau Arts. Returning from the Mobile Jazz Festival, the WG plus 3, combo enter tained with several of t h e i r songs. Campus talent was also high lighted as two USF students (Continued on Page 2, Col. 8) Hancock Called In Purchase Probe ,By ANTHONY ZAPPONE Campus Staff Writer Ward Hancock, director of procurement at USF, will be in Tallahassee Wednesday for a state committee investiga tion into p u r c h a s i n g pro cedures of the University. A Tampa furniture dealer charged last April that his low bid had been d isrega.t;ded by the University. The charge was sent to the State Purchas ing Commission who asked for the Wednesday hearing. "WE ENCOURAGE people to bring their arguments to us" Hancock said. lie added that "they have a right to c h a 11 e n g e anything we do." Hancock also said that IUs office had to make the deciHancock For Fraternities, Sororities One Step Closer By MONTSY ALVAREZ Campus Staff Writer their policies as information such al's constitution, well as other as the nation by-laws, and Several fraternities and sororpledge manuals. ities on campus are in the The third step, which is where third of a four-step process for the USF groups are now, is membership in national social that of evaluating and measur organizations. ing the policies of the national The process which each fragroups with regard to university ternity and sorority must folpolicy. low was set up by the InterThis step is handled directly fraternity Council Pan-Hellenic by the committee of Student Council, and the University, Affairs, headed by Dean Wun sion and no one else. Hancock said that factors determining the awarding of a contract were quality , service and price. He stressed lhat a low bid was not necessarily a mandate for a contrac t and that his office weighed bids on quality of merchandise and reputable service as well as price. THE C 0 M P A N Y which made the charge to the pur chasing commission has never made a bid since Hancock be e a m e director of procure ment a year a go. A represen tative of the firm in question will also be at Wednesday's h e a r i n g, accord i ng to Han cock. The Department of Procure ment has distributed a mim eographed paper to depart ment heads listing its policies on the filling of requisitions. "We thought it would be good to clarify our procedures for the faculty, " Hancock said. For the equipping of new buildings, a Building S t a f f Committee is appointed by President Allen to advise Han cock of exactly what will be (Continued on Page 2 , Col. 5) SA To Get Proposals Junel and is governed by a facultyderlich. The committee consists The Student Association faces student committee of student of 12 members: 10 faculty-staff a busy and important session affairs. members and two students. in their meeting planned Wed ' Several local groups are being Faculty-staff m embers innesday when on several pro cleared by the committee and elude: Margaret Crickenberger, posed pieces of legjslation are the university but no definite Margery Enix, Richard D . Hunconsidered. date of official announcement ter, Ron L. Keller, Duane Lake, Four bills, propose changes has been set. Maxine MacKay, William G. to the SA's jby-l aws and the Herbert Wunderlich, dean of Modrow, Virginia Valentine, other six are, amendments to the student affairs, said many Charles H. Wildy, and Robert SA constitution. The bills were groups require more time than J. Wirnmert. Louise Brink and submitted by David L. Greene, thers auu be
Utensil Thefts causes Concern Morrison's Cafeteria has come up whh a neat trick: they feed us, smlle when we complam, and lose money at the rate of $400 a day during this trimester. These facts were brought to light last week by William N. Hunt, man ager of Food Services and the Cam pus Edition. The major cause of the loss, ac cording to Hunt, was a rise in food prices and to some extent the loss and breakage of eating utensils. The latter was estimated at around $2,000 a month . And these losses no doubt cause grave concern among Morrison's company officials. But we were interested in finding out how much of the loss was due to student pilferage, so we went to see Mr. Hunt. The results were some what surprising. Hunt does not term the loss of eating utensils to students as "steal ing or pilferage," but calls the loss as "student misuse, or displacement." SILVER WARE He said that stu dents take the cups, spoons, knives, and other articles out of GOING FOR the eating areas and "just don't return them." He also stat ed that he felt that the articles weren't APARTMENTS? going off the cam pus and that it was impossible to attrib-ute any dollar amount to student theft. However, we are a little more pessimistic than Hunt and, after talking to students, discovered that the "misplacement" does take place and received the impression that a few students do steal the silverware in an attempt to save money while setting up an apartment. The majority of the items taken seemed to end up in the dorms , some offices and a few, would you believe it, in the grass. Several hun dred dollars worth is fished out of the trash by Housing Services each trimester. But the general opinion is that students do not steal or at least in tentionally take the eating utensils. We're glad. * * * Perhaps, just perhaps, the stuare finally going to see some actwn out of the long struggling and generally unproductive Student Association. The last legislature meeting was gratifying to many w h o have worked so hard and so long to get the g o v e r n ment LEGISmoving. Heartening w a s LATORS the apparent caliber SHOW LIFE of those elected. at the recent electiOn. Though they were University News in Brief 'Identity' Problem Topic For UC Coffee Hour Panel The UC Special Events Com mittee will present the "All Uni versity Coffee Hour" Wednes day, at 2 p.m. in UC 252. . _ 'fhe coffee hour panel discus sion is being co-ordinated by the Sociology Department. The topic of discussion will be "Action and Identity." The panel will attempt to get at the problem of identity of incream will be sold at pool side. SAFF EXIDBITS PRINTS Don Saff, USF associate pro fessor of art history, will ex hihit a one-man show of prints June 2 in the Teaching Gal lery. Saff studied in Italy under a Fulbright scholarship. LATIN WEEKEND All students have been invit. ed to attend a "Latin Ameri can Weekend" June 4-5, at Lake Indian Head in Lutz. The event will be free for the first 30 students. Purpose of the weekend is to combine intellectual and so cial experiences for students interested in the s o u t h e r n Lucito ' dividuals and groups in today's PIANO CLASS SLATED countries. complex society. Jacques Abram, professor of Students interested shmld The will also attempt to demusic.. w . m conduct a master contact Dr. Mark Orr, director Ed. Programs Y class 1n ptano performance from of international studies, Alpha termine how people react in re-lation to these problems of iden-July 11 to July 22 at USF. 136 or extension 683. tity. . The will be open. to FOUNDATION ELECTS Page The panel will consist of Dr. gifted piano students, to active The USF Foundation, which people With teachmg Chandler Washburn, Professor performers, and to teachers. has invested more than $1 milalready have B.A. m thls of Sociology; Dr. Donald Allen, Two hours of college credit lion in student aid, has a net fie.J:d. th b . d chairman of the Sociology De(MU 425-42) will be offered to a worth of $465,349, Foundation 1 wodo .er emg te-. A c Rod ve ope m s 1e are o partment; Dr .Jack Ross, prolir.mted number ?f stthudents wtho trt e1dasuthrer ndrew 1 . ti gers train teachers to work with the fessor of Sociology; and one w1ll perform w1th e mas er o e a n n u a mee ng re-.. It ll d' d t d d d t.tl cu ura y 1sa van age student from sociology. class an stu y pr1vate., With cen y. g'fted ., d th " lt 11 d' Coffee will be Abram. Among other news, Director d 1 't and e cu uhra 1 Y IS R . h d H te t d til a van age pre-sc oo and DEBATE JUNE 6 Registration will be Monday IC a1 un r repor e at a h 1 b'ld .. "Focus " a parliamentary demorning July 11 in the Fine firm has offered $90,000 worth of fsc110 hie. 1 . 1 ' ' ' b lid k d t 1g e ows ps are ava1-bate, w11l be Monday, June Arts Building. Class sessions tu ozfer wor towadr UcSoFns ruclf-able in each of these areas. 6, at 7:30 p.m. m UC 252. will begin that afternoon. wn o a propose go Th 'll 'd $2 000 t' Topic of the discussion will be: course. ese w_I P_r?vi e â€¢ s I .. Resolved, that the drinking age HEAD START TRAINING The meeting held at the pend, pald tu1 bon, and $400 for b 1 d t 18 . Two Heard Start programs for Planetarium reelected TamP a each dependent. e 0 wili be D a v i d teachers will be held this sumbusinessman R. D. Saunders Trai_nees be who Are Available "green" in their jobs they unhesi tatingly questioned appointments to offices and took an interest in up coming legislation. Equally cheering were the re ports of the Auxiliary Services com mittee who reported that a "commuter special" may be reinstituted soon. Wednesday the legislature will really have a chance to get down to work. Several constitutional amend ments and amendments to the by laws will be on the agenda. (See Story, Page 1.) The a!l\endments , proposed by the constitutional revision commit tee, are mostly aimed at clarifica tion of phrases currently in the con stitution. All are worthy of passage. There is a lot of work ahead for this legislature. Constitutional re form, student complaints, achieve ments and improvements in many aspects but all require diligence and persistence. We expect no less. * * * While the SA is considering inBuying Probe