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I J Miss Aegean Candidates Candidates for the 1967 Miss Aegean Contest from left to right are: Sue Ledford who is being sponsored by Zeta Phi Epsilon, Georgeanna PanagiGtacos, USF Forensic club, Susan Stockton, Bay Players, and Gail Reeves, Cratos. Ball To Be Held From left, other Miss Aegean candidates are Edith Baker, Delta. Phi Alpha; Andra Gregory, Andros Men's Dorm; K.atbie Benz, Geography and Anthropology Club; Patricia Donahoe, Della Zeta; Karen Casey, Sigma Epsilon Colony and Leslie B!ll"ton, Phi Delta Theta Colony. This Saturday Night . . . Mary Bill, Delta. ll West, Jean Bageard, University Cen ter Program Council; l\lary Ann Albritton, Lambda Chi Alpha Colony; Mary Ann Gilbert, Alpha Tau Omega Colony; Rose anne Belsito, Delta I East are contesting for the title or "Miss Aegean." For All Students . • • Hoping for the title or "Miss Aegean" are, from left. Loie Perez, Gamma 5 West; Janice JOTdan, Delta I West; Carolyn Kirby, Panhellenic Council; Pam Wright, Ripiano Club, Carolyn Lawson. In University Cente r . Contestants for the annual Miss Aegean Contest are Betty Ann lluif, Inter hall residence Council; Louise Brink, Student Association; Nancy Barcley, Campus Crusade for Christ; Cathy Butt, Phi Sigma Xi , and Sandra Cone, Ba.sketweavers. \ IW IH$J I _@P I H$J lt$J VOL. 1-NO. 11 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA, TAMPA, NOVEMBER 16, 1966 Subscription Rife Page 4 / USF's Ideal Coed Named Saturday At Aegean Ball By CONNIE FRANTZ Sta!f Writer USF's biggest social event of the year, the annual Miss Aegean Ball, will bring to a climax tension, anxiety and expectation of many long weeks of excitement this Sat urday night. The coed chosen to represent USF as Miss Ae gean for 1967 will be an nounced during the semi formal ball Saturday night. Miss Aegean will be chosen on the basis of her scholar ship, personality, service to the university and poise. The ball will begin at 9 p.m . with the music provided by the re nowned Glades who were a success at last year' s ball. Admission to the ball, held in the CTR Ballroom, will be $1. TICKETS are available at the CTR desk. The money col lected from admi s sions will help to pay for Miss Aegean's $130 scholarship. Miss Aegean will be an nounced at 10 :30 p.m. by the reigning Miss Aegean, Linda Zuro, and she will present flowers and a gold charm en graved with the title " Miss Aegean, 1967," to the winner. THE CONTESTS f i n a 1 judging will be held tomorrow night to pick USF ' s "ideal coed." Bay area personalities will serve as judges. All con test judgings will be held in private and the public and students will not be admitted. THESE final judges will be present at the banquet to be held Friday night at 6:30 in the CTR. The competition began last night and will continue today as five faculty members choose the 10 semi-finalists from the 34 contestants vieing for the title. Mrs . Rena Ez zell , University Center pro gram coordinator , Herbert Wunderlich, Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Roberta Shearer, assistant professor of behavo r a l science, Dr. Robert Hil liard , associate professor of history , and Linda Erickson, execu ti ve assistant to the dean of women will serve as judges. THE PICTURES of all the Miss Aegean Contestants are in the University Center lobby. After tomorrow only the pictures of the chosen fi nalists will remain. The idea of having a Miss Aegean came about last year when editors were planning the book's opening section. It was decided that a pretty coed would be used to capture the students attention and mirror their studies and extra curricular activities. Through Mis s Aegean, a rep resent a tive of all the students, the year's story would be told . A special page of the annual will be reserved to feature Miss Aegean. Seniors Wil l Organize In Meeting Wednesday An organizational meeting for all seniors will be held next Wednesday, at 2 p.m. in the TAT. The purpose of this meeting will be to elect officers and plan your program. All senio r s are encouraged to at tend. Personalities to serve as judges include J ohn Cook of Wolf Brothers, Jo Ann Toret ta, fashion coordinator for Montgomery Ward, Tony Hamilton, WFLA-TV news an nouncer, Charles Murphy, ex ecutive director of the Boys Club of Tampa Inc., Clewi s Howell, president of th e Ma rine Bank , and Father J. R. Griffith, rector of St. Francis Episcopal Church . _:.___::...._ ________ Plan To Attend Pictured above are contestants for this year's Miss Aegean Contest. From left to right are, Fran Wilson representing Tri S.I.S.; Kathleen Johnson, Florida Engineering; Linda Robison, Syrinx; Carol Stovall , Tau Epsilon Phi. Not pictured is Mary Ann Blind representing Catholic Student Organization. Get The We hope so. The Student Association general elections will be held this Monday. Students will select a new president, Message? vice president and five senators to serve during the coming year. Students must present their identification card to vote. SA Electi o n S e t Monday; 13 Runni n g For Office By STU THAYER Staff Writer Thirteen candidates will run, Monday, for seven offices in the Student Association (SA) general elections . The offices of president, vice pres ident, and the five student senator offices will be filled and t h r e e constitutional amendments will be approved or voted down. Voting will take place in the University Center and Argos Center from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m .. and the approximately 7,500 eligible voters must liave their ID cards before they can Only full-time students are eligible to vote. There will be four voting S A Can Be Effective Wulff Says I support the basic conten tion that student government can be made effective within the already existing frame work. In the past, the SA leadership has failed to con vince all students of the ne cessity of having any student machines in the University Center and one at Argos. Election Rules Committee Chairman Vince Osborne said he hoped to have the Argos machine adjacent to the west entrance to the cafeteria. The presidential office has two candidates, vice president one, and ten candidates are running for the five senate po sitions. The candidates for presi dent are John Hogue, and Bob Wulff . Don Gifford running unopposed for vice president. Candidates for the University Senate are Phil Davis, Pau lette Szabo , fted Winkles, Frank Caldwell, and Andy Pe truska, all !_rom the political party Students for Responsi ble Government (SRG). Tim TOM WULFF Bradley, Vergil Foust, Karen Hultzen, , William Sitar and Walter Terrie are running in dependent campaigns . THE UNIVERSITY Senate is a legislative body which makes recommendations to USF President John S. Allen on academic policy . It is com posed of administration, facul ty, professional, non academic, and student person nel and has 53 members in cluding President Allen . Academic policy includes curriculum planning a n d course changes . M i k e Kannensohn, the SRG's vice presidential nomi nee, was knocked out of the vice presidential race Thu r s day night by the Student Planning Keen Insight Needed:Hogue Court o f Review. The Court ruled Kannensohn had to have the required 60 hours when actually running for offic e , and not when he is inaug urated. Kannensohn now has 49 hours . Kannensohn , through Elec tion Rules Committee Chair man Osbome , contended the vice president need only have 60 hours when he takes office. Barring failure or incomplete grades, he will have 64 hours by Jan. 9 , the day the election w i nners are inaugurated. The constitutional amend ments contain just one change of significance. Amendment three limits only the president and vice president to holding (Continued on Page 5) JOHN K. BOGUE _ government at all. is needed , what is needed is hard ground, level ac tion. A student government, like any representative govern ment, depends upon the quali ty of its leaders and the rap port maintained with the vot ing public. In the short exis tence of the Student Govern ment Association on this cam pus, definite i mprovements have been made in fulfilling the potential existent in what can be done f o r the students. recognize their general needs and then make necessary im provements to the i r environ ment. Tickets On Sale Now . . . Eileen Del Pozo, student Florida Education Association; Jayne Mcinvale, Enotas; Jill Young, Delta Delta Delta; Barbara Molinari, Kappa Delta; are aspiring to represent USF as the "ideal coed." As a result of this and the rapid growth of the Univer sity, the leadership of the SA must immediately begin to ef fectively advertise and per sonally communicate with all interested students. As an In dependent candidate for Pres ident, I represent no special interest groups on campu s and therefore feel qualified to in stall a more truly represen tative government. It is im perative that the SA govern ment become an active, effi cient and outgoing organiza tion capable of ascertaining student problems and then realizing substantial gains toward the solution of these problems! Resolutions and passed bills do not represent solutions! Platform state ments, vague promises, gran diose new plans are not what I w i sh to be Student Associ ation President to implement a new and fresh approach to the solution of long standing student problems. I do not seek psersonal power, pres tige, or money; I feel that my grades and diversity of back ground adequately guarantee my future success. It is my intention to donate the $1,500 salary the SA President re ceives to the USF Founda tion where it will be increased by government funds to $15,000 and made available for schol arships . Exercise your right to vote on Monday and vote tor action -IT IS TIME FOR A CHANGE. .. .. .. (See Other Candidates' Plat forms o n Page 2) " In the past year, def inite improvement has been made in the basic structure of the SA; policies have been car ried out to the benefit of the student and the student voice has been heard by the admin istration. This has been ac complished through sound planning and a keen insight into the interests most impor tant to the student. The Stu dent Association has a firm grasp upon its intended pur pose. It i s up to the next ad ministration to continue and follow through these efforts, not to promise new ap proaches or drastically alter its structure. It seems imper ative that student government be taken to the students to We as students deserve a str o ng vo ice in the a dminis tration of our university. It is our c h oice to ei t her attempt continually to s trengthen our voice so that it eventuall y be c omes a pow e r ful lo bbying force ; or it can ignore th is op portunity and leave t h e deci sion making process to th e ad min is tration and faculty. As a candidate f o r President of the Student Association , I consid er i t nec essar y to cho ose the f ormer for through t he latter the Student A ss ociation will sink i nto the depths o f non existence. You provid e the elem ent necessary to keep effective leadership in the SA. Your support will be made in con fiden ce and upheld in Faith . V ote Monda y For Preside ntial, Senatoral Candi dates


2 -THE ORACLE -Nov. 1 6, 1966, U. of South Florida, Tampa Candidates For Senator, Veep, List Platforms Frank Winkles I do not pretend to know the Paulette Szabo Andy Petruska Karen Hultzen The following points which I I traffic committee to raise am listing as my platform are parking fines from $1 to $2 or items which I think have not $3. I am fully against this pol been exploited to their fullest icy. possibilities. I believe with ,; Increasing Cam p us adequate leadership in the SA Speed L im its Even most legislature this legislation can residential areas have 30 be attained. I wlll attempt to m . p.h. speed limit. answers. to all of I sincerely believe the fol-8. Active support and exten-By way of introduction, my sons for running. First, I think I our rapidly UmversJty. lowing plaUorm is not only sian of programs such as the name is Andy Petruska, English can contribute something to the I recogniZe the need for practical, but necessary to the College of Liberal Arts' idea of major. It says 2CB on my ID SA. A senator's contribution to SA programs and University as a whole . As your no grade, hour credit courses, card, but I'm really a junior. student government is unique; cre11tmg new programs for our senator, I pledge myself to this to place the emphasis of educa My GPR is 2.97. I'll be happy to he represents many diverse young student body. . . platform and the needs and detion on learning and not grades. tell you more about myself groups, not just one organiza As a Student AssocJatwn Sensires of the student body as a 9. Encouragement of contra-I'm the fellow walking around tion or one college. a tor I proposed to: collective. versial speakers by an open incampus with the Petruska For I think I am well rounded 1 Make the Senate a more 't f to all l'ti al th s t give a brief summary of ei ,; Big Name Entertainment ther why these ar!' nee where did we spend $10,000 essary or how they can be at-on homecoming? We could taine-a po cy.. passe a i ng classes because you are . More parkmg facilities are resolutiOn t? reestabliSh the Colfruitlessly scqrrying hither and I have not prevwusly served needed and I intend to stop any ,., l:ge Councils, and a yon for a place to rest your the ,student body and therefore I plan which would prohibit any sJxweek stu dy . o . f the parking tired iron! don. t w?at the Student students from parking on cam1 problem. In. to these Tired of being served a stom socJation cant do, only what 1t pus or charge an. y fee for such forts I participated m the Chm ach pump for dessert? We must can and must do. I a_m not a parking priviledges. segut retreat last month. work to encourage competitors member of the SA clLque, but Besides . the platform listed M The importance of having cato build adjacent to the campus. who. wants to it above, I mtend to any pable and experienced leader Let's face it, Morrison's food effective, dynamic orgaand all plans will g1ve the @ ship in student government canreally isn't that bad, but we mzatwn, to serve the stumore .nghts, more reel not be overestimated . It is this desperately need variety. dent as lt and r.eatlon, and m general make Q capability and experience that I Fact: Football is not in the served if USF IS Jt s llfe more. for students N. wish t o o f fer. I am setting forth foreseeable future for USF. The no specific platform. I am most popular and fastest grow,. I pledging only that my intention ing sport in the world is soccer. , is to gain for the students, resi -To build badly need ed prestige /he dents and commuters alike, a fo r USF , we should sen d our ex greater degree of freedom in celle nt soccer team abroad to determining pol icies that direct participate in international com ly affec t the student s. petition. Would you like to see EXCHANGE BANK Invites all USF Faculty and students to stop by today. You're always welcome at The Exchange Bank of Temple Terrace, the friendly bank who is always I JOHN K;a.HOGUE I ' Delicatessen Sandwiches, Imported Large enough to Se"e You ••• Small Enough To Know You 9385 -56th St. 988-1112 • f " --Gant Ms:tk 'ZOO Lonaoll !cg Ca:c.tetbu-ry Gold tup Weejuns -----Trim-tapered Gont shirts, Mark 700 vested sui!$, sport coab, blazers, slacks . All-weather coats and jackets by London Fog. Canterbury belts and wallets. Gold Cup socks. Classic Bass Weejuns. These are the big ones ••• the important labels in traditional clothes ••• imitated, to be sure, but unmatched for pure authentic chorac:ter. Came browse freely! One of America's Pine Stores Since 1898 FRANKLIN at ZACK, TAMPA I .,., t:-' => :} :: ,. ,, "


• I ' .. LA Constitution Referendum Set Friday By Council THE ORACLE -Nov. 16, 1966, U. of South Florida, Tampa 3 Southern Author Featured; New Talent Group Planned Fanny Ventadour will speak urday in the University Center be Monday at 2 p.m. will at a Meet the Author program from lO a.m. to 3 p.m. It will in-be in CTR 251; Guitar m CTR A referendum will be held Friday for members of the College of Liberal Arts to either approve or disapprove the College's proposed constitution. All students in the College of Liberal Arts are eligible to vote, according to Dave Howland, 4LA, president of the council. Voting booths will be set up in the Fine Arts Humanities Building and the University Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Students must furnish evidence of their admission into the col lege. at 2 p.m. today, Bob Carpenter, elude a buffet luncheon. 47; and Knitting in CTR 226. 3.4.4. A councilman shall 3PC, chairman of the Special The workshop will help train maintain a minimum c umu -Events Committee, announced. leaders and potential leaders in Talent Committee lative G.P.R. of 2.25 for Mrs. Ventadour was born in planning, organizing, and leadThe Fashion and Talent Co.m each trimester of his term Mississippi, but lived most of ership techniques. Merri Rashrnitte:e has of office and shall not drop her youth in New Orleans. She kind, 1CB, secretary of the Perheav1ly on fashwn to the detn below this for any trimester was graduated from Sophie sonnel Committee, announced rnent of a talent program. during his term of office. Newcomb College (Tulane Unithat each organization on camthe . CTR 3.5. Officers versity) and studied art at the pus is invited to send three repCounctl has dectded to spllt the 3.5.1. The Liberal Arts Pennsylvania Academy of Fine resentatives to commitee. and a College Association shall Arts. She went abroad to study The workshop 1s bemg pre-ent com:ntttee, will be m elect a president, who shall at the Andre Lhote Studio in sented in one day to reduce the volved m presentmg shows of be responsible for calling Paris. Four of her canvases time involved and to intensify various types. meetings and special meet-were hung in the Salon d' Au-the program. Previously it has The committee will keep a file ings as set forth in the tomne. been offered in sessions over a of students who are available to Rules of Procedures of the She also studied literature at period of .weeks. Jane for activities and Council Liberal Arts the Alliance Francaise and the Mahone, 2CB, IS m charge of events m the Tampa Bay area. 3.5.2. The shall Sorbonne. She has published the prograr:r'. . . To gauge the amount of interCollege Association poems in French, but 'most of lS availil:ble est in a program of this type, Colorful Collection Of Shells Howland urged members of the College to approve the con stitution. There are over 2,000 students enrolled as liberal arts elect a vice • president, who her writing has been in English. partictpants may regtster m the Personnel Committee , under shall in the absence of the She has had two short stories CTR 156-E. the leadership of Tom Schulz, president, assume the posi Mr. and 1\lrs. George Bastock display some of their valuable shell collection. 1\lrs. Bastock is head of catering at USF. One shell in the collection is valued at $200. majors. He also said that it would take more than 50 per cent of those voting to approve the con stitution. tion of president. and various poems published in Bridge Tournament 3PS, is sponsoring a in 3 . 5 . 2 . The council shall quarterlies magazines and poM d . th 1 t . ht f th the CTR lobby until Fnday. etry Journal' s ' B .don aTy, IS e ast mPgl 0 .1e1 During this time, stude nts who elect from its own memberrt ge ournamen ay wt Mrs. Ventadour's husband be ,n t 7 .m. m CT.R 251. are i . nterested in talent, Helmets, Whelks, Pens, ship a recording secretary, d' d l Sh g a p and production will be encourwho shall keep all records 1e severa years ago. e re-L . f th The constitution is reprinted of the council, including married and now lives in Flori-essons aged to stgn up or e new in full here. minutes of each meeting. da. Recently her first book of University Center lessons will committee. Are Part Of Their Unusual Collection 3.6. The council shall depoems, "Blue is Recessive as in Proposed Constitution . ermine its own Rules of ProceIrises," was published. The Liberal Arts CoUege As • ti dures. S D . SOCia. on 4. The Dean's Advisory Board tereo ance 1. Liberal Arts College As-4.1. The Dean's Advisory A stereo dance in Argos Fri soctatwn. . Board shall consist of the Liberday at 9 p.m . will include a 1.1. The total membership o_f al Arts Council, the presidents dance contest and a record poll, Liberal Arts College Associor their designates of recogaccording to Dance Committee ation shall be <:omposed of nized Liberal Arts organizations. member Kathleen Wyatt, 1CB. of Associ-4.2. The Dean of the College A DJ will be spinning the rec ation of the Umverstty of South of Liberal Arts or his designate ords . . Florida who have been certified h u 'd D 1 Adm' By ERIK BRANDT USF, and her husband, George estimate," said Bastock. "But . . s a prest e. ress JS casua. ISSIOn JS JOHNNY'S RESTAURANT 13102 NEBRASKA AVE. PIT BARBQUE AND . by the office of the Regtstrar to 4.3. The Dean's Advisory free. StaffWriter Bashtock. k h b It we about 100 differenthavebeenacceptedintheCol-councilshallserveas•aninstru-M • FROM 5.008:30P.M. T e Bastoc s ave een co ypes. lege of Liberal Arts d t . . d d ovte Shells from Florida , often used Iecting shells for about 10 years Almost every shell is different 12 The Dean of the College of n:ent of shtuDen oplfmtohn acn lla -"John Goldfarb Please Corne FREE SALAD BAR 1 r d h ul t d 1 d h M of v1ce to t e ean o e o ege ------------------------------------------1 m orienta r e 1g10ns, are JUSt now an ave accum a e an m co or an s ape. any Liberal Arts or his designate f L"b 1 Arts Home" is the movie this week-some of the specimens of the impressive number. them have interesting stories shall be an ex officio member of B I . end. It will be shown at 7:30 shell collection of Mrs. how we them. . . all branches of the Liberal Arts . 5] ;:es Student Association and 9:45 p.m. Friday and at Bastock , bead of catermg for do have 1s almost 1mposs1ble to The L1ghtnmg Whelk Is fa.t.rly College Association. Constitutoin and the Liberal 7:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. ,.. -------------. about the coast 2. The Constitution of the LiberArts College Association ConstiThere will be one special show 1 Flonda, bu.t the. s.hell .1s a1 Arts College and tution shall take precedence ing at 9:45 p.m. on Saturday. JACK SHERRILL I 1Thn ntes mt any action taken by the Liberal over the by-laws. Admission for all showings is 25 e nen ere lS a tg Arts College Association or any 5.2. No by-law shall conflict cents per student. Suit• 1700 Exchange Nat'l Bank Bldg. I of shells l!'londa to thereof shall not with the Liberal Arts College Charles Rodgers, 2CB, of Phone 223-1511 1 the Onent. The \_Vhelk Wlth the Student AssociatiOn Association Constitution or the the Movies Committee announ-1'epresenting MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY can be up to 16 m dlame Constitution or any policy set Student Association Constituces that it stars Shirley Mac1 ter, but th.e specimen forth by the University of South tion, or the policy of the UniverLaine and Peter Ustinov. Miss I tocks own IS about half thiS siZe. Florida or the Board of Re-sity of South Florida or the MacLaine, a reporter, sneaks A KIND OF Helmet Shell, a gents. . Board of Regents. into a king's harem to gather I native of Florida, is sent to 3 .. Ltberal College As 5.3. The by-laws shall be es-material for a story. There she I Italy, where skillful craftsmen sociatlOn tablished and amended by sima downed pilot who_ is Organized 1851 I make carvings in them. Many 3.1 .. T?e Ltberal .Arts .college pie majority of those present bemg forced to coach the nat1ve SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS of them are sent back to FloriAssoctatlon Council, wtth the and voting. football team. They want to ____ .. _-__ -_-__ -_-_-__ -__ -_-__ -_-_-__ -_-__ _._ da again as lamps or medalapproval .of the Dean of the Col-6. Amendments to the Liberal beat Notre Dame. The game be lions to be sold as souvenirs. of. Ltberal Arts, deterArts College Association Constitween the two teams is a pande Pen Shells anchor themselves and be for all t ution may originated by the monium of players , animal$, lightly on rocks with a secreaction of the Ltberal Arts Col-Liberal Arts Council , or by stu-and harem ladies, Rodgers said. tion-like thread. These threads lege AssoctatJon. . dent initiation, and shall be rati -th ed . ki m 3.2. The membershtp of the fied by a majority vote in an Training Workshop ar; us 110 ma h wo Liberal Arts College Association election within the Liberal Arts The University Center Person s = ; Council shall be composed of at College Association nel Committee will hold a lead-save money Save with weekend discounts! Gel your free lD card from the Sheraton rep on campus. It entitles you to room dis counts at nearly all Shera ton Hotels and Motor Inns. Good over Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, summer 1 vacation. weekends all year I round. l Sheraton Hotels & Motor Inns I I I i I I I I First ro up os e sa least three (3) councilmen, up 7 This constitution. shall be raership Training Workshop Satcollection are to one (1,000). stu tr.fied by approval of a majority _ ___::..__ __ -=-----=-------------------FI 'd h ll ah dents. Additional councilmen of the votes cast a special I 'I" a ----------------------------------------Choice Of The Engageables And, for' good reasons ... like smart styling to enhance the center diamond •.. guaranteed perfect (or replacement assured) •.• a brilliant gem of fine color and precise modern cut. The nome, Keepsake, in your ring assures lifetime sot isfaction. Select your very personal Keepsake at your Keepsake Jeweler's store. Find him in the yellow pages under "Jewelers." ltiCUSTCitiD OIA140HD IIINOS I'IIC:I!:S tii:OM SICO. TO $5000, AUf$S l'fLAitU. O tO SHOW ICAUTY OF DITAII,. • tMDtMAftK Rt'. A , H. POND COMPANY, I"C' IIU. willll added election held within .. ,the Liberal l.'._:l:.l.t t . T r .. Ab I f Cal'f . It . fo owmg: one a ttiona Arts College Association. ffi a one rom . 1 orrua. IS a councilman for ea{!h five hunshell from whtch pearl buttons dred (500) members thereafter, !.:! :: n:t i. Bastock. But nowadays we membership of the Council shall The Alumm Assoctation will L just search on the beaches." not exceed seven (7 ) members hold a dinner and dance on Dec. "The trouble is that you must 3 . 3 . Elections 3 at the Village I?ok for the shells at the right 3 . 3 .1. The councilmen blanks wtll t1me," Mrs. Bastock said. shall be ele<:ted in a collegebe matled th ts week. "After a storm you can be alwide election for a term of most sure of finding some fine shells, because they have then been brought ashore by the UNIVERSITY The Vested Suit by CRICKETEER waves." one year. 3.3.2. Elections shall be held in the same manner and time as outlined in Sec tion 2.3. of the Student AssoSHELLS H A V E different "seasons" when they move in dation By-laws. the water, retreating from and 3.3.3. The college council going toward the shore. Each shall submit a plan for elec season generally lasts about a tion subject to Rules Com month, but it is different for difmittee approval and then ferent shells. conduct that election. 3.4. Qualifications The searching for shells is not 3.4.1. A coucilman shall only limited by times which be a member of the Liberal they may be found, but is also Arts College Association limited in area. and shall have been acceptThe Florida Fighting Conch, ed in the College of Liberal which eats oysters, and the Arts of the University of Tampa Drill, are limited to the South Florida. Tampa Bay area. Angel Wings 3.4.2 . A councilman shall are most easily found near the carry a minimum of twelve Sunshine Skyway Bridge. (12) academic hours in each "I would estimate the value of trimester of his term of ofour collection to be about fice. AUTO SERVICE CENTER TRUST YOUR CAR TO THE MAN WHO WEARS THE STAR FREE! • Complete Lubrication with each Oil Change. • Do It Yourself Car Wash Vacuum, Soap ' and Water Provided. • Pick Up & Delivery for All Maintenance Work for Students & Faculty. 2911 E. Fowler Ave. PHONE 932-3387 $1,000," said Bastock. Of this 3.4.3. A councilman shall amount, one shell can be valued not be on academic warnng at $200. This shell, a Jeauno, or final academic warning was found by the Bastocks just for any trimester of his off St. Petersburg Beach four term of office. years ago after a hurricane. -:::::::========:::::::::::::::::::::;:;;;;:;:::==,The Bastocks started collect' a ing shells when they admired MG's and ... N their beauty. "Occasionally we VOLVO and AUSTIN broughL the shells home and HEALEYS suddenly we found ourselves with a collection," said. , ••••••••• But such shell enthusiasts as Mr. and Mrs. Bastock can of course tell the name of the only shell we ordinary people can find. 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0 CLE Editorials And Commentary Nov. 16, 1966, U. of South Florida, Tampa-4 I Wulff For SA President Last Thursday and Friday, The Oracle Editorial Board met for more than an hour with each of the two Student Association presiden tial candidates, John Hogue and Bob Wulff. The Board questioned each candidate on what they in tended to accomplish as SA presi dent, how they intended to accom plish it, and why they felt them selves qualified for this awesome job. Last Sunday, after two days of personal contemplation by each Board member, the Editorial Board met to vote on a presidential endorsement. The vote was unanimous, 6-0 in favor of Bob Wulff. We are first of all impressed by Wulff's intensity and det-ermina tion. Though he has no previous ex perience with the Student Associa tion, Wulff has set for himself a goal of knowing the SA inside-out before he would take office. He has a<.:quired the minutes of the SA meetings from the past two years and has studied the bills and reso lutions passed. Wulff handles himself well in front of people. He is presently a student assistant in a USF gradu ate chemistry course and was president of his student association in high school. He is respected by USF faculty members. * * * The SRG We have watched closely the working of USF's first student po litical party and the result of the examination has been interesting. We have been impressed, that Students for Responsible Govern ment (SRG) appears to be a group of students sincerely interested in boosting interest in the Student As sociation. They do not appear to be solely interested in enhancing Greek Power. Political parties are a legiti mate and perhaps effective way of stirring up student interest in the SA. Certainly they are useful in that an elected candidate has a group of enthusiastic people from which to draw his appointments. But we think parties should be composed of students who sub scribe to the Party ideals and be drawn from all levels of the stu dent populace. We are concerned that there is no provision in the SRG constitu tion for the independent student to become a member unless he's a member of an organization. Lamentably, SRG is strictly run by Greeks. OUR READERS WRITE "Haven't lost a customer yet. You're our first."" That is the caption on this cartoon we found while rummaging through our files the other day. As near as we can figure it first t'an in 1963. Apparently things never change around here. As an example of the intentness in what he does, Wulff has a 4.0 in his major field chemistry. He has earned 140 hours with a 3.4 grade point ratio, including a minor in physics, engineering, and math. New Regents Manual Said 'Absurd' Wulff has only one more course remaining in order to graduate. He will attend graduate school at USF in the fall and tal

The President's Notebook Harper Says Football Possibility at USF As have many of you, I have feasible. given much thought to the issue As the school enrollment in of intercollegiate football at creases rapidly, the difficulty of USF. Through discussions with establishing and maintaining a members of the administration, spirit of identity with the Uni faculty, and fellow students, versity will grow. Much time is and through my own personal spent talking of methods of giv experiences (I was raised in ing the student something to Knoxville, under the shadow of identify with at the University. the Tennessee "Volunteers"), I Perhaps a football team could am led to the conclusion that in-serve as this coalescing force. tercollegiate football is a possiThe alumni of USF will be asso bility on this campus. Additionciating with alumni of our Uni ally, although football is not a versities who will periodically necessity , it is a program whose return to their alma mater benefits for all concerned out-more than likely during "big weigh its disadvantages. game" weekends. Are our Unquestionably, the initiating alumni lo talk soccer to the rna and maintaining of an intercoljority of their college gradute legiate football program would friends who talk football? require a large sum of money. Those are my feelings on in Yet it need not cost the enortercollegiate football. What can mous sums required for such be done about them 1 As your programs as at the Universities president, I have asked your of Alabama and Florida. It elected representatives in the would not if an "Ivy League of SA Legislature to establish a the South" was formed comone-year standing committee posed of teams from V.P.I., which shall thoroughly investi Emory, Stetson, USF and others gate the possibility of intercolle where a minimal of emphasis giate football for USF. This was placed on athletic scholar committee should hold inter ships, scouting staff, travel, etc. views with the University ad Perhaps use of the proposed ministrators concerned, the Tampa Sports Field would be Board of Regents officials, stu dents, faculty, local sporting tif ficials, and representatives from other institutions involved in in tercollegiate footbalL JUST ARRIVED! 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VARSITY CLEANERS and LAUNDRY, Catering to the USF Community 56th St. When There's Smoke THE ORACLE -Nov. 16, 1966, U. of South Florida, Tampa -5 IN CENTRAL FLORIDA 143 Seniors Interning At 98 Public Schools One hundred forty . three se-David Bates of Ell1111ton. erhllt or St. Petersburg. MacFarlane SARASOTA: Sarasota High School -Cuesta Diane Ortega and Rose Ann niors and graduate students at William Kahn of sarasota. Tamborello of Tampa. Manhatton Ele USF d. ll . ST. PETERSBURG: Azalea Elementary mentary -Carol Ann Riley of Tampa. are Spen mg the fa tri Ellen C . Hearn of St. Petersburg. Bay Miles E lementary Sara Iris Young of mester as "teaching interns" in Point Elementary -John o. stammer of Tampa and Agness Diann Griffin of . . . . Gulfport. Bay VIsta Elementary -Anna Chiefland. Mitchell Elementary Janet ninety • eight SChOOls lD Florida. K. Rentz of St. Petersburg. Dl•ie Hollins Cathryn Kaiser and Hortense Calderone Th d th f. l -MarJorie Hammel of Largo. 54th Ave-of Tampa. Oak Grove Junior High e StU ents are In e Ina nue Elementary -Lynne Miller Ford of Carolyn Parkins of Tampa. Palm River part of USF's program preparSt. Petersburg and Patricia Carroll of st. E lementary Deanne Sickle of Miami. . . Petersburg. George M. Lynch Elementary Mort Elementary VIvian S . Pinellas, mg them to become teachers m Linda Joan Diebold of St. Petersburg. Nir-3 Moore Pridgen, Sue Elaine Smalley, th Lakewood Sl!lllor High -John Oescher of Linda 0. Vogt, and Marilee Clapp of estate. St. Petersburg. North Shore Elementary Tampa. Plant High S<:hool VIncent Cos Sixty six of the USF students Karen Lampert St. Petersburg. St. of Tampa. Rlverhills Elementary PhY Petersburg Senior H1gh -Mary Jones of lis Seeley of Temple Terrace. are studying to be elementary Mdaelra Beach. Tyrone Elementary Robinson High School -Lynna DeCam teachers and 77 are 1n varro us Ann Leilani Larkin of st. Petersburg. ara Borus and sandra Pupetlo of Tampa. ' Robles Elementary -Johnette M. Quinn areas of study in secondary eduTAMPA: Adams Junior High -Rene of Temple Terrace, Esther F. Vllladonga . Jose Tamargo and Diana Pallelro and Susan Ann Campbell of Tampa. Sem Cation. Tampa. Bryan Elementary-Myrtle lnole Elementary Charlene Nubern of E h f th t d . d Guarlne of Tampa. Buchanan Junior High Tampa, Mary Elizabeth Snyder of W. ac 0 e S U ents IS spen Gregory Nichols of Clearwater. Cahoon Palm Beach. Sidney Lanier Elementary ing 15 weeks WOrking closely Elementary -Diane M. Ford and Josephine AiiCfJ Spoto of Tampa, Cecl. Joanne Uz of Tampa. Chamberlain High lia Zeller of Tamp a, Diana Hope ReyltWith the regular classroom School -Angelo DISalvo of Tampa. o lds of Dunedin, and Dorothy McGehea teacher durm . g hi. "practi Diona Rlmar of St. Petersburg, and McCully of Tampa. Sligh Junior High S Ce Diane of Homestead. Ruth Duke of Tampa. Sulphur Springs teaching" assignment. Clair Mel Elementary Mary E.ther Elementary -Joyce Kunnlck of Tampa. Lee and Susan C . Clark of Tampa Bay Boulevard Elementary Rich Whitaker hopes the smoke from the torch will prevent the bees from injecting their own brand of fire. The hives have to be opened before the honey can be extracted. Throughout the "teaching inCoral Gables. Cleveland Elementary Gayle E. Dabney of Tampa. Temple Ter-t h . , d Andrew Telmanlk of Tampa. Dickinson race Elementary Mary Greco of Sta. I erns lp program, Stu ents are Elementary -Estreala Burla and ton Island, N . Y., and Cherry F. Melz ot closely supervised by USF pro-Frances .A. Pedregal of Tampa. Dowdell Orlando. Tinker Elementary Carol Junior H1gh -Toni SPOtO of Tampa. Edl Farnsworth of Tampa. West Tampa Junfessors. son Elementary -Kathleen Jenkins ot lor High -Ruth Ann Pratt of Tampa, It's A Bee-zy. Business That Brings In Money Th t d ts h " h Tampa. Forrest Hills Elementary -Diane Lessner of North Miami. Wilson e s U en W 0 are teac Mildred Bissett and carol La•ton of Junior High -Emily M. Capitano and ing interns" at schools this fall Tampa. Foster Elementary -carolyn Elizabeth Johnson of Tampa. Witter. Ete. . Sue Arnold of Napteo. George Washington mentary -Mary Ziegenhorn and VITglnare listed With the name Of the Junior High Roseann Pallonari of Ia Anne Patz of Tampa. Van Buren Jun-1 al h 1 h. h th Miami. Gerrie Elementary -F. Diann lor High -Robert B. Milliken of Fort OC SC 00 lD W IC ey are Hutchinson of Tampa. Henry Grady EleMyers and Edythe Witten of Tampa. interning mentary Candance c. Cooper and TARPON SPRINGS: Tarpan Springs . Mary E. Holley of Tampa. Junior H igh Mro. Bertha W. Jones of BARTOW: Bartow Elementary -VIC Hillsborough High School -James Palm Harbor and Mary F. Stevenson of tor Swan of Lakeland; Bartow Senior Marshall Keating of Dunedin, Sally F . Clearwater. High-Mrs. Shirley B. Wilt of Lakeland. Camp of Tampa, Jack Buck of Enola, VENICE: Venice Junior High -W. A . BRADENTON:. Blanche Daughtrey Ele Pa. Jefferson High School -Santos Rod Howard of Saraoota; Venice High School mentary Jud1th G. Lopez of Braden rlguez of Tampa. King High School --Virginia E . Forrester of Miami. By POLLY WEAVER One USF student is able to make $1,500 a year without leaving his backyard. This is the eXJ)ected profit for a maximum of five hours per week work. With an initial investment of $250 and ' a mini mum risk of puffed-up hands and an irritated wife or mother, a 99 per cent profit can be expected within two years. What is this "get rich quick " scheme? It's being fa-ther and mother to almost 100 colonies of bees . Richard Whitaker, 2CB, started his "bee farm" six months ago. A neighbor, al ready in the business, gave him about 90,000 "Italian Germanic" bees. He has added to his three colonies and expects to have 15 colonies or 450,000 bees by next fall. Whitaker buys his bees in commodities of three pounds, including workers and a queen, from an area retail store. 13 Seeking Office. (Continued from Page 1) one SA office. If approved , the amendment will permit cabi net members, legislators and appointees rto hold two or more offices. The constitution currently limits each office holder to one office . Amendment 2 obligates the President of the Student Asso ciation to uphold the policies of the Student Association Constitution and Board of Re gents. The constitution in cludes the Board of Control whose policies are to be fol lowed. The amendment would change the word "Control," to "Regents." AMENDl\IENT ONE would give Basic Studies (CB) stu dents on Bay Campus at least two representatives to the SA legislature. According to re cent plans, however , Bay Campus will not have CB stu dents next trimester . If ap proved, Bay Campus will get two CB representatives de spite the absence of CB stu dents. The amendment was ap proved by the SA legislature tast spring before it was an nounced that there would be no Basic Studies students next trimester at Bay Campus. The election, for the first time, will have a slate of can didates from a student politi cal party. The Students for Responsible Go v ern rn e n t (SRG) nominated a ticket in a convention Oct. 29, attended by approximately 75 persons. The party's nominees are John Hogue for president , and Phil Davis, Paulette Szabo, Fred Winkles, Frank Caldwell and Andy Petruska for sena tor. HOGUE IS CURRENTLY the SA vice president, and won handily over two other candidates in last year's elec tion. He was endorsed by the Campus Edition of the Tampa Times, The Oracle's predecessor. He has been in the legis lature and was a student sen ator before he was elected vice president. He was also a principal organizer of his party. Hogue's opponent, B o b Wulff, is a student political unknown . He is a senior and will graduate in April but he plans to go to graduate school here and will thus be able to complete h i s presidential term if elected . He will be running on his platform print ed on Page 1, and is not a po litical party member. Student Association Attor ney General Don Gifford is now unopposed for the vice presidency. Gifford is a junior . and is also an independent. He brought suit , last month, against the Young Republi cans which resulted in a land mark Student Court decision. WINKLES who is now a stu dent senator, was appoint ed by SA President John Har per to fill a senate seat vacat ed by the graduated Robin Kirk in September. Szabo, Petruska, a n d Davis are newcomers to the Student Association. Caldwell is Harper's special assistant and represents Har per at the legislature meet ings. is a senior. The non-party candidates are Tim Bradley, Vergil Foust, Karen Hultzen, Wil liam Sitar, and Walter Terrie. The best politically known of these, Tim Bradley, USF jun ior and a student senator, elected last year as a sopho more. He was in this year's vice presidential race until Gifford announced his inten tion to run for VP. Bradley and Wulff have the highest grade point ratio of candi dates for office, 3.4. Bradley recently compiled a report on the parking headaches here. He is also the President Pro Tempore of the SA legisla ture. UNIVERSITY AUTO SALES INTRODUCES: A DARING NEW METHOD OF AUTOMOBILE MERCHANDISING • OPEN SUNDAYS • WEEK DAYS 'TIL 9 P.M. * We Advertise No Leaders! * One Appraisal Applies To Any Car Only * Balance of Factory Warranty * No Payments 'Til JonJory '67 UNIVERSITY AUTO SALES 1212 E. Fowler-932 and 2555 N. Dale Mabry-872 Whitaker is now introducing a new commercial bee, two thirds the size of a normal bee, less harmful and more valuable for its honey and bee's wax. Whitaker will be the first to use this variety in the area. ton; Manatee Junior College Hanna Aida Garcia and Michael Morin of WINTER HAVEN: Junior Weiss of Bradenton; Walker Junior High Tampa. Lake Magdalene Elementary -High Maxine Levine of North Miami Mason A. Fountain of Palmetto. Sharon Palmateer of Temple Terrace and Beach. BRANDON: Brandon High SchOol -Mary Jane Miller of Tampa. Leto High :tEPHYRHILLS: East Elementary -Janice Haynsworth of Plant C:lly, Mal-Schoof -Lewis Ronald Nelson, Charlotte Patricia Elkeland of Tampa; East cohm Chandler of Sarasota, JUdith Harrlo Ippolito and Jimmy wright of Tampa. Zephyrhills Elementary -Robart L. Hill ofcla;'l,:'wATER: Clearwater H 1 9 h Lois Avenue Elementary -Donna Und of Crystal Springs. School Allain Rlmar of Bradenton and Paul Vehorn of Largo; Clearwater Central Cotholic High James Mlnewiser of St. Petersburg; Kennedy Junior High Calvin Horris of Clearwater; Grove Jun The maximum of five hours per week work includes such.. things as "robbing" the honey three times a year. This oper ation takes approximately three minutes per hive. lor High -Carolyn McFarland of Orange C.ily and Elizabeth Stevenson of Clearwa-ter. Plumb Elementary Rebecca H . Alien of Clearwater and Sylvia Smith of Clear water; Skycrest Elementary Loretta B. Jacobs of Clearwater, Linda C. Pear man of Clearwater. Cheryl K. Touchton of Clearwater Beach; Tyrone Elementary Mary Barbara Fo• of St. Petersburg. SUPPORT YOUR SA GET OUT & VOTE DADE CITY: Pasco High School Margaret Croley of Dade City. DUNEDIN: Dunedin High School -Marsha Lynn Siegler of Oldsmar. HAINES CITY: Central Elementary Elizabeth Caperton of Haines City; Haines City Junior High -Sara Ann S<:arbro of Haines City. LAKE WALES: Lake Wales Senior High -Dorothy Mlckunas of Avon Park. The location of the hives is also changed about three times a year. The hives must be changed into areas of or ange blossom, palmetto and wild flowers when each is in bloom. LAKELAND: Crystal Lake Elementary -Sheridan s. Cruse of Sebring; Crystal Lake Junior High -Joyce Harrell of Lakeland and Marie Negley of Lakeland; Southwest Elementary -Barbara Rich ard of Kathleen. DIAMOND RINGS After the honey is extract ed, it must be bottled and pass inspection before it is put on the market. The product' is then sold to fruit markets and other readily available mar kets in the area, according to Whitaker. Information on raising bees may be obtained from the U.S. Department of Agricul ture, the Bee Association of Florida or the Bee Association of the Southeast. LARGO: Largo High Sct1ool Joanne Hansell of St. Petersburg, Patrrcia Hogue of Palm Harbor, Lucy Lockhart of Largo; Seminole High School -Marjorie Owens of Largo. MANGO: Mango Elementary Cheryl Cornwall of Winter Park. ORLANDO: Cherokee Junior High -Paul Haskins of Mount Dora; Colonial High School -Susan Olin of Orlando; Nellie E. Ray Element.ary Sarah K . .., Mellon of Orlando. ,; PALM HARBOR: Palm Harbor Junior High -William A. Salvaterra of Dune din. PINELLAS PARK: Pinellas Park Ete mentary -Bette tvey of st. Petersburg; Pinellas Park Junior High Stephen Douglas Stafford of Tampa. 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OUCH! Florida's Gators Tie Us 2-2 Nov. 16, 1966, U. of South Florida, Tampa 6 Cratos Tops PSX As Soccer Begins Brahmans Tie UF 29-29 Jim Steere led the Brahman s to a 29-29 tie in a cross-country meet with the University of Flor ida Gators last Saturday. Steere, the first USF man to place first in a c-c meet this year, posted Cratos pounded Phi Sigma Xi Beta 3 East vs. Beta 1 East 6 a 21:27.2 time . 8-1 in the opening game for both Thursday Neil Jenkins finished second teams in intramural soccer acPhi Sigma Xi vs. Enotas 1 for USF with a 21 :34 time. tion last week The Sigma Nu Lambd a vs. Eta 2 Finishers and their times: affiliate banged in three goals Alpha 4 West vs. Alpha 3 West 3 in the first half and continued Alpha 3 East vs. Alpha 2 East 4 the barrage with five more in Beta 1 West vs. Beta 3 West 5 the second half. Beta 2 East vs. Beta 3 East 6 1. Steere, USF 21:27.2 2. Jenkins, USF 21 :3A 3. Whitson, UF 21:37.5 4. Couch, USF 21 5. Lang, UF 21:45 Injury-Ridden Boaters ' Eye Rollins Saturday By JEFF SMITH mammg. Velde's records were tram ural soccer team. We Sports Writer set in 10 games. didn't control the ball well, . . . made terrible passes, and put USF's Jn)uryridden Brahman SOUTH FLORIDA played the ball in the air too much. We soccer squad travels to Winter Florida at 10 a.m. instead of just played a bad game , HoiPark Saturday, meeting the the usual 2 p.m. because of the comb commented. ' Rollins College Tars at 2 p.m. Florida-Tulane football game. l----------for the first time this season. Forty-minute halves w e r e ,....----------. Coach Dan Holcomb's team, instead of the usual . 457-0-1, suffered a 2-2 tie against mmute halves, and no overtune 1iilJ Florida's Gator s Saturday, was played. r snapping the Brahmans ' two-Tim McEvoy opened the scar year win streak at nine straight ing on an assist from Zagarri, victories. after 13 :04. The Brahmans held the 1-.0 lead at the half. SOUm FlORIDA has a 1-1 Bill Yates scored an unsual lifetime mark against R ollins, goal in the second half. He fired winning 2-1 and losing 6-4 last a shot that deflected off one of Fidelity Life Insurance Co. In other games, KIO sneaked by Zeta Phi Epsilon 1-0 with very little offense being gener. ated by either team. Alpha 2 West squeaked by Alpha 4 East on the strength of more corner kicks even though the game ended in a 1-1 tie. Beta 1 East also posted a 1-0 victory over • Golf 6. Garvin, UF 21:55 7. Wlldrum, UF 22:04 • 8. Friedrich, UF 22:11 9. Schavis, UF 22:25 10. Williams, USF 22:36 11. Schickel, UF 22:40 12. Keegan, USF 27:57 Denny Meyer •.. "quarterback" of the Brahman soccer team , season. Joe Justice, head soccer the Gator players, and went into has spent . 29 years the webbing after 12:42, of the Rollms, and assiStant Erme second half giving the Tampa Wraschek, eight. eleven a 2-0 lead. College Master Guaranteed by a top company. No war clause Exclusive benfits at special rates Full aviation Beta 1 West. Bulletin No. 1 13. Hill, UF 23:10 All-State Willie Flohr is back at center forward for Rollins. THINGS began to go The 5'8" sophomore score(! 11 agrunst Brahmans. Ga goals last season, sixth best in tors. received a kJCk, and the state. Flohr scored four in Emllo Cato shot the kiCk toward Rollins' first two 1966 contests. Ventura scored, cuttlg the USF lead m half. coverage. TWO FORFEITS were record' ed with Beta 4 East forfeiting to Beta 1 East and Beta Ground East forfeiting to Beta 2 East. Both games were recorded as 1-0 wins. The field engineering has been completed on all 18 holes and the first nine holes have been lined out. Land clearing is on schedule. USF leads the state in scoring . Less than four minutes later, offense, 4.5 per game, and the Brahmans received a goal defense, allowmg .9 goals per kick, allowing them to kick the J con test. ball away from their goal. The ROLLINS, NCAA and Florida ball slid away fro_m ,the Brah Intercollegiate c 0 n fer en c e mans toward Flonda s Chadaf member, has a 1956-65 record of f:in, and the big center f?rward Premium deposits deferred until you are out of school. Joe Hobbs Jirri Hall In women's intramurals, the championship basketball game between the P.E. Majors and the Basketweavers, scheduled to be played last week, will be played Friday at 4:20 p.m. on the courts adjacent to the gym nasium. The deadline for entrance into the women's track and field meet is Monday. IN VOLLEYBALL action, the Basketweavers and TriS.I.S are presently tied for first place. Architect Bill Mitchell made an on-site, detailed inspection of progress to date and made the following remark: "I am very pleased with the prog ress made during the seven working days since kickoff time." He also said, "The Univer sity of South Florida will soon have the finest 18hole golf course in Florida." David Coverston, Superintendent USF Golf Course Neal Earls, student director of men's intramurals, has re quested all football officials, who are not officiating soccer, to return their jersey s and whistles immediately. Soccer Team Oracle Photo by Rich Whitaher Checking Out 34-36-9. The Tars' best seasons tied 2-2. . are 1957, 5-1-0, and 1960, S-1-2. Statistically, l!SF led m sho ts, Rollins won the FIC title both 12-6, corner kicks, . 4-3,. least seasons, and has recorded four f?uls, 4-6, most offside second-place finishes in eight tions, 1-0, and had no goalie FIC seasons. saves to UF's tw?. . Fred Papia Ray Newcomer, Gen. Agent. 3843 Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida Phone 877-8387 "We looked like a bad In-South Florida remains the -::=:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;; only undefeated university soc-r cer squad in Florida, having gone 10 straight games over two seasons without a loss. USF has a 13-41 mark lifetime . CAMPUS UNIVERSITY APARTMENTS OVERLOOKING USF 1 BEDROOMS Furnished or Unf11rnished 30 St. (No. of Fowler) • 932-6133 Rollins brings an incomplete 2-1 record into the game, with victories over Stetson and Florida Southern. No results have been rece ived concerning their SpEAK Q UJ fOr last three games . SOCCER RESULTS Cratos 8, Phi Sigma Xi 1 H 0 Ids c I n •• c Mrs . Carole Siegler (far l eft)' director of and Connie CuJp checks information on the ONLY NINE players remain Be 1 E 1 B 4 E t 0 women's intramura'Is looks over a report back of one of the men's file folders as the uninjured on the Brahman ros-ta ast • eta as being made by Bunny Cripe. Janet Klein women's intramurals department goes ter. WHAT YOU WANT! I Be(fotrfe2it)E t 1 B t G dE t Coach Dan Holcomb's Brahprepares to take the basketballs to the court through another normal day. a . as , e a roun as man soccer squad will hold a Holcomb's main worries are 0 (forfeit) clinic for East Bay High All-Stater Brian Holt, on crutch-Beta 1 East 1, Beta 1 West 0 School's physical educational MORE PARTICIPATION es; All Stater Helge Velde, Alpha 2 West 1, 4 East 1 classes, 2 :20p . m. Friday . wearing a brace over a stitched (won on "We hope to interest high finger; Jim Houck , with a leg KIOl,ZetaPhiEpsilonO school students in soccer, and Women's I ' -M Leaders infection; John Horvath, wearSOCCER SCHEDULE show them some basic soccer ing a leg brace; and Jerry Today Field techniques," stated Holcomb. Zaggarri, with a reinjured disloCratos vs. Enotas 1 USF's Physical Education De"l cated shoulder. Arete vs . Verdandi _. 2 partment held a soccer clinic w k F T h s G I Zagarri, a questi on mark as a KIO vs. Talos 3 for 150 recreational and play -0 r 0 r e a me 0 a starter in the Rollins game, is Alpha 3 West vs. Alpha 2 West 4 ground instructors last Wednes closing in on Velde's 1965 rec Beta 2 East vs. Beta 4 West 5 day. ords of 13 goals and 15 points . -VOTE SZABO for SENATOR * Fight Against Clique Control M. :g the Ridiculous Parking Situation I I AM NOT AFRAID TO SPEAK I OUT FOR YOU! VOTE *i PAULETTE SZABO For REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT Tampa Recreational Sports Everybody makes mistakes sports should also serve to en-scheduling of activities, con-Zagarri has nine goa ls and 13 ttl ORDER I Supervisor Team Wilson headed and, although we's like to think courage greater participation, ducting athle tic chairman's points with three games reI THAT SPECIAL I straight year. Recreational and same. Two weeks ago we print President of the P.E. Majors, and acting as a representative 1 emphaed the . final standings of the Bunny Cripe, is in charge of of. the. . division . at 1 BOOK FOR SIZe participation m all sports, Fratermty League sea: team points and writes up areThis 1s her third I and playgrounds c om pete son . In these standings, Ph1 sume of each I-M activity to year m the department. CHRISTMAS I , in many. Sigma Xi was cre . dit:

Bulletin Board OHicial Notices at USF must apply for admission by Dec:. 13. Notices should be received by the Di J. e. LUCAS COFFEE HOUR FOLLOWS Pulitzer Prize Winner To Speak Here Monday rector. Office of campus Publications, Assistant Registrar c0 • 0,. f>LACEMENT: a-:all Clark Mollenhoff, a member Mollenhoff Cocktail," Time Prize for stories exposing wednesday. of the Washington press corps magazine recently called Mol-racketeering in labor unions. GENERAL ELECTIONS, Student Assobusiness, Industry, and governmental with more than 30 awards for lenhoff "one of Washington's His stories won for the Des c:latlon, from 8 a.m., CTR lobby, Monday. agencies for Trimester II. Students 1 d" h p 1 t f ed 11 M R t d T "b SENIOR CLASS organizational meeting, should apply at the &arllest possible date reporting, me u mg t e u-mos ear as we as re-omes eg1s er an rJ une for all seniors, 2 p.m. tOday. TAT. Elec In ENG 37. New listings for Education itzer Prize, will speak Mon-spected investigative reportthe 1958 Sigma Delta Chi tlon of officers and program planning. and Liberal Arls mators for placement ALL STUDENTS: Friday (Nov. 181 Is with u.s. Office of Education and for day afternoon on campus. ers." award for public service. the last day to withdraw from Trlmtster chemistry mators with u.s. Food and Hl"s many othe awards J"n I without penalty. Courses dropped after Drug Administration. Inquire at Co-op Of His talk on "Spoilers of De"If there is one thing he r -this date will result In an automatic "F" flee, ENG 37. or phone ext. 171. elude a Nieman Fellowship at grade. LECTURE, Prof. Alphonse Chapanls, ot mocracy" will be at 2 p.m. in cannot stand it is a secret," u d . 1949 tw s THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY: Thursday Johns Hopkins University, "Men vs. M• the Business Administration commented Time. "Because m ' 0 Igma Friday, Nov. 2-4-25. chines.'' 8 p.m . • BSA, Monday, Dec. 5. Delta Chi awards for revealCHAIRMEN OF MEETINGS: lndlvidu LIBERAL ARTS FACULTY COUNCIL Auditorium. The topiC also is he cannot resist lid-lifting, ing secrec . th Federal In 11s or departments sponsoring meetings, MEETING, 2 p.m. tOday, ADM 296. the title of his new book about Mollenhoff has at one time or Y 10 e seminars, workshops, or any other event GRE TESTING, 6:30 • 10 p.m. today, . d ternal Revenue Department, which requires the services of Physical PHY w. 109, 1201 and &-a.m. to 10 p.m. corruption an mismanage-an o t h e r outraged, embarthe Eisenhower in Pla!'t to chairs, tables, etc., must Saturday. ment in government. rassed or exasperated Dwight I not1fy Plant general office In SELECTIVE SERVICE College Quallfl 1960 enabling him tO intervieW writing at least 24 hours In advance of 11 T t 8 am to 1 P m Friday Following his talk, faculty Eisenhower, Sherman Adams, 1 b I d E At the scheduled event. ;nd 8 a . .;,. to Saturday: K a or ea ers m urope, rr-DUPLICATING seRVICE: wnr be BSA, Bus 106 to m. and students are invited to at-Ezra Taft Benson, John en-ca and the Middle East, the closed tor the printing of final exams LECTURE Prof Jacques Abrams tend a reception in University nedy, Everett Dirksen, 1961 John Peter Zenger award Nov. 21 through Dec. 7. Ail departments 'M n 'nd TAT a p m' J" H ff G M should keep these dates In mind when ean• g a ' ' Center 256. The coffee hour 1mmy o a, eorge eany, for service to freedom of the scheduling lobs for i>rlntlng. 2tEADERSHIP coNFERENce, 10 will be sponsored by the OfLyndon Johnson, Bobby Baker L,ECTURE, Paul Goodman, author. am saturday, cTR 200, 251; buffet, 1 press, and a Freedoms Foun"The communrtv; Fronn Berkeley p:m:, CTR 252. Coffee, 3 p.m., CRT 2Sl. fice of Campus Publications and Robert McNamara, to dation award in 1962 for his to USF ; 2 p.m. BSA, Friday. ADVANCED ART ShJclent Competition and The Oracle. name a few." LECTURE, Clark Moilenhoff, washing. Exhibit, CTR 108. Monday, Tuesday. address "Deadly Dilemma: ton tournalist, '•Spoilers ot Democracy," COLLEGE EDITORS CONFERENCE, 9 In an article titled "The In 1958 he won the Pulitzer Defense and Democracy." Lm 4 CTR WL GRADUATING SENIORS in Trimester JOURNALISM PROGRAM LUNCHEON, I who plan to enter a gracluate program noon, CTR 255-6. FOR JUNIOR COLLEGES First 'Editors Day' Scheduled Monday Area junior college editors will come to USF Monday for the first College Editors' Day sponsored by the Office of Campus Publications a n d Journalism Program. Editors will hear panel dis cussions on several issues of the day and will attend an ad dress by Pulitizer Prize win ning newsman Clark Mellen hoff of the Des Moines Register and Tribune. and John Harper, SA presi dent or his representative, will discuss "Student Free doms vs. Educational Respon sibility." At 10:30 a.m. Col. Walter Griscti, public affairs officer of Strike Command, will talk on America's military com mitments, and Dr. Anthony Zaitz, speech language pro fessor at Saint Leo College and former USF associate professor of speech, will talk on social and economic chal lenges of the Far East. He has been a Fulbright scholar Group Presents Nabokov Novel, "Pnin" "Pnin," a novel by Valdimir der, the Narrator; Patti Chamber Theatre, originated Nabokov author of the bestselJohnson, Juoith Clyde; Tom at Northwestern Uni versity, is a ler, "Loiita," will be presented Thompson, Pnin; Owen of staging prose ficti?n . Ch b Th tr S t _ man, Lore Clements; Lou1se w1th costumes and props while m a am er ea e, . a ur Brink, Joan Clements; Susan preserving its narrative strucday, Nov. 19 at 8 p.m. m the Stockton, Lisa P n in-Wind; ture . Engineering Auditorium. David Rom, Victor Wind; Re-The action of t he novel ceoThe cast includes Bill Alexannee Betty Bliss; Joey ters on Professor Timofey Pnin, Argemo, Herman Hagan; Beva Russian emigrant who teachr• erly .A,lexander, M r gar e t es in a small New England col Thayer; and Barry S1ms on the lege. Nabokov presents Pnin as I I b guitar. a classic example of the absentC U To Give Open to the public at no minded professor. The novel is • b charge, the performance is preboth satiric and pathet i c, in India Program sented by the Department of volving gentle jibes at faculty Speech and is directed by Frank and student stereotypes at it "Focus on India" will be ' Galati, speech instructor. "Waidell College." open to the public, on Nov. • Dr. Arthur M. Sanderson, director of the Office of Cam pus Publications and chairman of the Journalism Pro gram, said the program is designed to give student editors thought provoking informa tion about several topics of major concern. in Syria. TI the subject of a program, 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the University Center Ballroom. . The program will be I' sponsored by the World Af.lj 'Dada' Discussed fairs Club, an organization I begun for the purposes of THE ORACLE -Nov. 16, 1966, U. of South Floriclcr, Tamper -1 Guild Reads CLASSIFIED ADS Thurber Tales 1. AuToMoTIVE 15. SERVICES OFFERED Today In TUTORIAL: Private lessons in MOdern CTR good condlllon see at 1220 e. Paris st. Mathematics. Anna Bell, B.S., Wayne on weekendo. State '51, 5 . FOR SALE 19. RIDES Exerpts from a "Thurber 4 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, BRAND NEW: • M-on-. t -hr_ u_F_r -1.-roo-ndt -rip -fr-om_P_Ia_ n _ t _ C _ity Carnival" will be presented Large Panelled FlOrida Room, A i r Con to U.S.F. Arrive U.S.F. 8am and leave od 2 b th Re d , dltioned. Double Garage, Wallpapered 5pm. Call Ext. 3.fl for Miss Vonell Schulte t ay at p.m. Y e a er S Kitchen & Bathrooms Temple Terrace -Theatre Guild at the scheduled Area Close to everything Call Builder Here are c:lasslficatlons tor The Orac ff H . CTR 252 or 988 c:le c lasslfiecl aqvertlsln g ready to work 0 ee ouse m NEAR USF -lovely 3 BR, 2 B masonrY for you: home. Excellent cond. Reasonable d . p., In a light Reader's Theatre assume mort. $96 month rncld. l.p.t. & 1. AUTOMOTIVE 1 h . I ed t Ins. Quick poss. LAWRENCE e. BROEF For sale or wanted, equipment, services. sty e, t e program IS P ann o FLE, an-7-463 or schulotactHuff include several of the American man Inc .• 111 w. Hillsborough ' FOR RENT h . , l . f bl d Stereo records Private collection, RCA, 5 FOR SALE UmOrtSt S C aSSlC a eS an London , etc., top.shape; opera, classfc:s, Ali Items other than cars and cycles. tales The cast includes David folk, pops at V. list Cash only; evenings ill after 7 p.m. or weekends; 254-2291. 1 • HELP WANTED Rom, Pris Lennertz and B Male, female. :Wpoe. 1 HELP WANTED ' LOST AND FOUND The Coffee House, directed by LEARN ADv .• MAKE s's w NTeo f th S h D The Oracle will have openings In Trl. 11. A Frank Galatt 0 e peec e11 for advertising men and women. At Books, articles, h elp properly, etc. partment is held On alternate tractive pay-ear mileege plan for 13. MISCELLANEOUS ' workers. Willing to trai n few lnexperl Wednesdays of the month. This encect men or women Interested In ca15. SERVICES OFFERED th I t C ffee House f th reers In aclvertislng. Contact Scolt Pen Tutori al, part-time work, typing, baby IS e as 0 0 e rOd, THE ORACLE, CTR 224 or Ext. 620 s itting. trl mester for discussion In person. • LIVELY, awactlve, ambitious co-eds to 17. TRADE Coffee will be served folbe trained by International In ,, RIDES . creative, corrective make-up techniQUes. Offered Wanted wmg the performance. earn s2so.oo per month or more part ' Basic Studies Unit Sending Letters Today Approximately 6,000 letters were sent out today to stu dents of the College of Basic Studies, explaining a reapor tionmen t action, according to Dan Marks, CB2, president of the College of Basic Studies Council. The letters, Marks said, ex plain the division of the eol lege into 22 constituencies, with approximately 275 stu dents to each of the 22 elected representative members of the council. Students are urged in the letters, to get to know their representative, and to pass on ideas and complaints. time. Call c:ollect 584-1351, Clearwater. 20. PERSONAL NOTES 13. MISCELLANEOUS RESERVE your Aegean nrNI at CTR 224 only Sl.OO total cost Ex-Navy need Xtra money? Call Ed. Resources ext. Make appt. to see G. c . Eichholz. 1966 Yamaha lOOCc, like new, $325; Wol Baptist Students Plan Events lensak stereo 2-track tape recorcler, $85 ; d U h Smith Corona portable electric The Baptist Stu ent man as a number of events coming up t his week. R • E • At the 2 p.m . general meeting USSian ventng today Bryo n Jones, an evangeThe USF Russian Club will listie singer and so loist, will hold "An Evening in Russia," present a "Sermon in Song." Friday at 8 p.m. in the TeachThursda y at 6:45 a.m., the ing Auditorium-Theatre. B.S.U . will have a prayer breakThis fifth annual production, fast. Dr. Robert Witty, Pastor long in the preparation stage, of Central Bap tist Church , Jack will be bigger and better than sonville will be the speaker . any of its popular predecessors On Saturday, the Missions and will provide a type of enterCommi ttee will sponsor a car tainment rarely presented in wash at th e Standard statio n the United States," according to at 50t h and Fowler. The pro club president Al Duarte. ceeds will go toward raising a The program will include selecgoal of $456.00 for the 1967 Sum tions ranging from classical halmer Missions Project. Following let and opera to popular and the car wash, a cookout will be folk music. held for those who have worked. Editors will attend sessions in University Center, (CTR) gather in the cafeteria for lunch, will then attend the Mollenhoff lecture at 2 p.m. in Business auditorium. At the 9 a.m . session, Dr. Herbert J. Wunderlich, dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Jesse Binford, professor of chemistry and past president of USF Chapter of American Associa tion of Univer si ty Professors, "Words Against Art," featurencouraging international I ing Terri Tessum, an art relations and studying cul ate of USF, and :aobert Gelinas, ' tural heritages. t assistant professor of art, . . . . . The will feature be presented by USF Enghsh ' films, mus1c, dance and Club, Tuesday at 7:30 p . m. in displays from India. F AH 101. fJ Speaker for the program a There will be a discussion by will be Dr. Harjit Sandhu, Tessum and Gelinas of the lack a:>sistant of soof communication power in art. ' c!OlO!n'Indian refresh 1 "Dada" poetry will be includ: ments will be served. ed as part of the program, with . Tessum and Gelinas reading the ••i'Wl!J'<% 11' .....,;::;;;::;;::t! .. selections. YOU ARE INVITED T o HAVE A BALL at the ''ELECTRICITY COSTS SIX PERCENT .LESS TODAY THAN IT DID FIVE YEARS AGO!'' Second Annual Miss Aegean Ball Who Will She ;; • Be?? I I ? Miss Aegean 1966? 1 See for Y ourselfl I -CTR Ballroom I I I I I Saturday, November 19, 9 P.M. Semi-formal Dress USF's only uMiss" Title Contest TICKETS NOW ON SALE in CTR LOBBY $1.00 admission .. "You've got to be kidding!" It's the truth. Due to savings in fuel costs, operational efficiencies and the reduction in corporate income taxes being passed on to our customers, electricity in Tampa Electric's service area costs six percent less today than it did iust five years ago. Perhaps your electric service bill is higher than it was five years ago, but this is due to in creased usage rather than increased cost. In fact, Tampa Electric's residential customers today average using some 33 percent more electricity than they did five years ago. And, they rank eighth in the entire nation among Investor-owned companies reporting regularly to Edison Electric Institute in electric usage. 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8_-THE ORACLE Nov. 16, 1966, U. of South Florida, Tampa AI Fraternities Busy With Parties; Proiects LAMBDA CHI ALPHA ATO is looking forward to I two new pledges. They are Alan of the Tampa city government A dance this Friday night will their social this evening with Martyr and Alan Wolfson. Offihave also been invited. kick-off Lambda Chi Alpha's Delta Delta Delta Sorority. cers of the pledge class are: The Fall Ball will be the num 'Piedge Brother Competition The brothers of ATO extend Dave Anthony, President; ber one event on the Enotas' soWeekend." A fund raising contheir warmest congratulations David Mark, Vice-President; cial calendar this trimester. test between the brothers and to the Sisters of Delta Phi Alpha and Cliff Colber Secretary ZETA pm EPSIWN pledges Saturday morning will on being approved for provisionTreasurer. The brothers of Zeta Phi Epsibe followed by the pledge-a1 status. Welcome to the Greek Tau Epsilon Phi chapter enlon participated in their trimes brother football game. Society. tertained the TEP's from South terly service project by taking Pledge Educator Marty MarPI KAPPA ALPHA COLONY Florida last weekend for the anthe boys from the Hillsborough tin and Pledge .class President Th F'eld S t for the Pi nual PiLMA-TEP pledge game. County Juvenile Home to Gold-Allan Pope are m charge of the K e 1Al h 1 H den Gate Speedway. event. appa P a a wna . ENOTAS Plans are now being finalized Richard "Dick" Cameron quarters, Hubert Vance, vlslted Enotas fraternity, at its meetfor the first annual Zeta Phi Ep resident instructor of Beta Han' the three days last week ing last Sunday, gave special silon Christmas Ball. has joined Lambda Chi reviewed the recognition to Mike Kannensohn Everyone was very happy to as Faculty Advisor. He replaces bemg J?ade towards receivmg Frank for see Bob Dale return to the Bill Shannon who left this sumthe Natwnal Charter. mg leadership m the fratermty intra-mural battlefield after a mer to complete work on his A tea was last night with and on campus. short stay in the hospital from a Doctorate at the University of Delta Zeta Soronty. The annual Fall Ball will be football injury. Miami. Cameron received his The pledges a donut held Saturday at the Interna-ARETE Sign Up For January Rush Ends Monday All girls interested in going out for Rush in Janu ary must register Monday from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Uni versity Ballroom. This Panhellenic Registra tion Reception will be the only time for girls to sign up for Rush. The registra tion fee is $3. The money will be refunded if the girl decides not to go through Rush in January. All eligible girls are urged to register. Remem ber! Y QU are eligible to go out for Rush if you have a minimum of 12 credit hours and a 2.0 cumulative G.P.R. If a girl fails to ful fil these requirements at the end of the present tri mester, she will be restrict ed from going through Rush. Bu t, she should register Monday anyway, in the event that she will be eligible. IFC Dinner B.A. in Physical Education and last as of then tional Inn in Tampa. There will Last Wednesday, brothers and his M.A. in Student Personnel at moneymakmg proJects. be a banquet preceding the pledges met with the Tampa Given Sunday Penn State. All pledges and members dance. Entertainment will be alumni of Phi Delta Theta for a CRATOS contracted to . purchase a provided by a well known band banquet at the Holiday Inn. Dis-f B Cl b Cratos will hold it's annual mmJmum of fou.r each that is c urrentl y on tour in the cussion was centered around Or U S "Go To Hell" party on Friday. for the spaghetti dmner be United States. The band wi!l Arete's number one status e.t . It will be at the Tampa Men's held Sunday for the benefit of leave for England immediately USF, fraternity hous ing , and . The. USF Coun Garden Club December's Chi!-the Boys Clubs of Tampa -after the dance. chartering. The evening was bm With. the dren will piay from eight to Sheriff's Boys Ranch. Very prominent dignitaries of capped by films of Arete in ach s ordougtakh ounty Th T B P . K t' b th thl t' 11 d 1 as un er en a serVIce prOJtwelve. e ampa_ ay . I. appa Sigma Alpha Epsilon from all Jon o a e Jca y an socJa -ect to aid the Boy's Clubs of The brothers are proud of Al?ha _Alumn_1 repoints in the southeast have ly, speeches by . Tampa and the Florida Sheriff's Warren Brannon who placed ceived Its national charter at a been invited to the Enote.s Fall alumru and the fratermty offi-Boys Ranch. fourth in the intramural cross at the . Causeway Inn Ball . High officials of USF and ceirs. ded . . The project is a $1 spaghetti country run. last mght. Pres1dent Bob Starnclu m the upcommg so. Th b h h ed key Pledgemaster H e r m a n cial and service events are the dmner to be held Sunday from e rot ers were ost to a ! . 12:30 until 4 p m at Plant Field social by the Iota Lambda chapSmtth and Pledge Pres1dent Beta Three West a?nual proJect,. serin Tam a ter of Delta zeta The event was Howard Segan, colony members v1ce proJect at the shenffs boys . P . . . . t f h h d th Ch tm ty Th1s CIVIC mmded action successful in strenothening relawere gues so onor. H ld B ranc an e riS as par . . . . " 0 S anquef At this time the brothers of began as a serviCe proJect for 110ns between the two groups. TAU EPSIWN PHI Ar t . h t th k 11 f th Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity. Delta Phi Alpha has planned a Tau Epsilon Phi extends its A banquet honorJng Omar f etee V:t:s fo a 0 t .e They however felt it was such 1 'th s N th ul f ra rm ies or e1r suppor m , , soc1a WI 1gma u m e congrat . atwns t? two o o.ur Kausuri, a graduate student the intramural championship, a worthwhile project that they near future. b:others. Bob for wmfrom Pakistan here, was held especially the brothers of Enoasked Sheriff Malcom Beard of The founrlers day party the all-U _ mversJty F?lk Monday from 5 to 7 p.m. in tas for the lovely gift which they the Hillsborough County Sher at Inn, was especialSmg, and Ken Kitchen for bemg Argos Center. The banquet was so kindly bestowed upon us for iff's Department to present this ly. highlighted by the pledge elected of Students for sponsored by members of Beta our championship victory. plan to the IFC. The proposed sk1t, _the presence of Government. 3 West for the hall residents . TKE project was presented and the alum_m _ and a large flTEP 1s proud to welcome . . The brothers of Phi S i me. Xi council voted unanimously to nanc1al contributiOn to be u sed Miss Verne Sugarman, resident . Bob Fisher, who placed first . . g . ' participate in the venture. for nationalization tr t f D It H ll th m the USF hootennany contest affiliate of Tau Kappa Epsilon, . ms uc or 0 e a '.as e furnished entertainment for the are preparing for another big Each fratermty has accepted ATO hostess of Tau Epsilon Ph1. event. fund raising project during Gas-a number of tickets which they ATO Colony has elected three Tau Epsilon Phi Colony visit. . parilla. The brothers would like will be selling up until the time new officers for the remainder ed the Tau Alpha Chapter of hves on 3 West to extend thanks to the Order of of the dinner. These will be sold of the trimester. They are Mike TEP at Gainseville, last week?nd will leave The Umted States Diana for their help i n making on campus, in shopping areas, Garcia Rush Chairman, Dan end. They attended the Tulane m January. the Orphan project a success. and throughout residential Duer Athletic Chairman, and Florida football game and bePurpose of the event, accordThe pledges of TKE would areas in the Tampa Bay area. Don Schneider Recording came better acquainted with the ing to Bruce Hoff, social chairlike to anno unce e. fund-raising Secretary. Phil Davis, a pledge of our national organizaman for the floor, was to este.bpicnic. Filet m i gnon will be A Placement Office assist<; of the colony, has been nominattion .. It was truly a most re!ish a tradition of recognizserved, and the picn ic will be employers who want to inter ed by SRG to run for student wardmg three days. ing foreign students in attentimited to 100 people. The view University of South Flori association Senator. Tau Epsilon Phi has accepted dance at the University. pledges are selling tickets. da graduates . FOR SorOrities Socialize; Plan Charity Projects KAPPA DELTA Activities, Judy Davey; Social sale for $1.00 each. The money KDs and their guests enjoyed Service, Shannon Gause; Social, will be contributed to the Great the annual "KD Kapers" held Margie Townsend; Publicity , er Tampa United Fund. Thursday at the Cruis -A -Beverly Roberts; Magazine, The brothers of Pi Kappa Cade Club. Ginger Brow n. Other officers Alpha entertained the sisters Sisters attended the Nu elected are: Chaplain, Gloria and pledges at a social last pledgmg Sunday, e.nd wiSh to Stoeckl; Judy Tuesday night. The hour was congratulate the brothers on Davey; and Bulltin Board , Sue filled with conversation and their new affiliation. McDermott. singing and refreshments were A social with Pi Kappa Alpha TRI S.I.S. served.' was held _Tri S.I.S. pledges Tri S.I.S. To az Ball will enJoyable and mtermng a for_ therr be Dec. 2 at the Ter esting tune. money makmg prOJect. It will The 1966 Fall Pledge Class be held Saturday at the Phillips Golf and Club. has elected these chairmen: 66 service station on 30th St. MISsy will. represen Scholarship Jan Tomlinson and Fletcher. Tickets will go on Delta 1 m the Miss Aegean ' ' Contest Fr1day . 32 Students Given Teaching Fellowships Thirty two University of South Florida students pre paring to be teachers of ex ceptional children have re ceived fellowships providing $1,600 for seniors and $2,000 for graduate students, plus tuition and an additional $600 for each dependent. The fellowships are made possible by grants to the Uni versity from the U.S. Office of Education. Ten seniors and five gradu ate students receiving the fel lowsh ips are studying to be teachers of mentally retarded students. The sen iors are Karen Pierce, EE4, Patricia Gadbaw, SE4, Karen Little, SE4, Judy Garcia, SE4, Carol Loucks, SE4, Dorothy Di charry, SE4, Rosemarie Calk itt, SE4, Janet Beag les, SE4, Linda Bogner, SE3, and Judy Baker. The graduate students are Betty Procter, UA6, Nina Sin sley, UA6, Judy Goodstone, SE6, Ronah Brodkin , SE6, and Mary Randall, SE6 . Undergraduates in the pro gram take a full sequence in elementary education plus 21 semester hours in mental re tardation, and spend a semes ter, "interning' ' in a special class for retarded children. Graduate students receiving fellowships who are preparing to be teachers of young chil dren with varying excep tionalities are Martha Harris, SE6, David Cecil, SE6, E lea nor Guetzloe, SE6, Linda Paul, UA6, Dora Greenough, SE6, Amy Saunders, SE6, Dennis Stockwell, SE6, and Margaret Rogers, SE6. Next April 32 seniors will graduate in the program, and 26 graduate students are en rolled in the masters pro gram. This graduate program em p hasizes early identification of exceptionalities, and in cludes special training to help correct the problem in kinder garten through third grades. Eight fellowship recipients are graduate students in the USF program to prepare teacher consultants for gift ed children. They are Chris tine Abram , SE6,' Betty An derson, SE6, Marilyn Gatlin, SE6, Diane Grybek, SE6, Sue McNevin, SE6, Darel Shef field, SE6, Frank Walther, SE6, and Karin Gailey. Gary LaPorte, SH3, a seni or, received a fellowship for the University's speech and hear ing clinician program. Ap proximately 100 students are enrolled in the program. Additional fellowships will be available for the 1966-67 ac ademic year. For additional information and fellowship ap plication forms, notify Dr. Robert C. Dwyer for the men tal retardation program , Dr. Marvin Gold or Dr. Dorothy Sisk for th e gifted and early childhood programs, and Dr. Clarence Webb for the speech pathology program. DELTA ZETA Delta Zeta sisters, pledges their dates and invited guests enjoyed a most successful hay ride last Friday evening at the circle C Ranch in Tampa Pledges highlighted the evening by presenting an informal skit which they had prepared. While the sisters continue working on Rush for January the pledges are busily planning a money making project -a doughnut sale for this Satur day. They are also preparing Christmas baskets for needy families. Judges Didn"t Notice Different Color yes Jeannie DeQuine, a finalist in the 1966 Citrus Queen Pageant, went into the final judging after losing one of her contact lenses. Miss DeQuine was worried about more than being able to see while on the stage. "I'll look pretty strange with one blue eye and one green eye; maybe the judges won't notice. " Apparently the judges didn't notice. Miss DeQuine was cho sen Maid of Honor to Nancy Collins, Citrus Queen 1966. GRE Area Exam Today. Saturday Dean Russell M. Cooper today reininded liberal arts and basic studies seniors wbo graduate in December Otat the area portion of the gradu ate record exam, which is required, will be today and Sat urday. Today's exam will be at 6:30 p.m. in the Physics B u ilding auditorium and at the same location Saturday at 8:30a.m. PRESIDENT * Dedicated to serve all students, not a select few. * Experienced -4 years in SA work v 1965-66 SA Vice-President v Past Senator (1-year) v' Past SA Representative (2 years) * Able -3.1 GPR JOHN K. HOGUE * Nominee for "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities" Senatorial Candidates ,( Proven Experience in the SA: V. SA Admin is trative Assistant V. Chairman of SA Exec. Cabinet V. SA Legislat ive Representative J/ Past Pres. & V-Pres . of Fraternity Phil Davis V Intercollegiate Football and Basketball regardless of Administrative Pressures ,( Parking f ine monies being spent for needed parking facilities V Creation of "study parks " to be located around campU5 "1 will represent each person as a person, not just a number " Frank Winkles Good Student Government is the responsibility of every student at USF. For this reason, a small group of men from the 1965-66 SA Legislature put concern into action and formed the Students for Responsible Government (SRG). Today, SRG has more than 500 members representing zations. 14 USF organiPHIL DAVIS Your "GET DONE" MAN ,( Dedicated V Qualified V Experienced V Ready Paulette Szabo The members of this party met in convention recently and after detailed consideration selected the above named slate of candidates as being those .. Andy Petruska ,( STOP Triple Dorm Rooms V. FIGHT Vehicle Registration Fees j( FINE and Impeach Absentee Legislators V. LIBERALIZE Women's Hours V ESTABLISH Student Comm ittee on Quarter System ,I FIGHT to represent ,!ill students and end minority interest control ,I ARREST the ridiculous parking situat ion through expanded parking lots (to be financed by the daily "pink-ticket robberies" on campus) ,I I Am Not Afraid To Speak Out For Youl Vote for Representative Government. students qualified, concerned, dedicated, and able to serveyour needs and wants. Fior Proven Leadership, Look at the Record. It Speaks for Itself. overnment


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