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The Oracle

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The Oracle
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The Oracle (Tampa, Fla)
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Fiallo, Robert ( Editor )
Teverbaugh, Laurel ( Managing editor )
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The Oracle continues Tampa times (USF Campus edition) and is continued by USF oracle.
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Published history is Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 6, 1966) -- Vol. 23, no. 144 (Oct. 22, 1987)

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Austin resigns from chairman post By Lenora Lake Oracle Staff Writer Music Department Chairman Larry Austin resigned yesterday, ending weeks of speculation by the campus community. Fine Arts Dean Donald Saff announced Austin's resignation at a meeting of music faculty about 30 students milled outside. SAFF SAID Austin will remain on the faculty as a teacher-artist but will be relieved of all his administrative duties, Saff said resignation "was not in response to any discussion i n my or Dr. Rigg's office." Austin's resignation will be AU staff, including Mr. Austin, will have access to the committee when they consider applicants. --Donald Saff effective June 30, but Saff said Nelson Cooke will begin to take over as acting chairman Qtr 3. and keep the post until the position is filled permanently Cooke is currently an associate professor in Music Arts. STUDENTS HAD tried' to attend the faculty meeting but were asked to leave. "We just want to see what happens," one music student complained. "It's our Music Department too." Saff said he had absolutely no one in mind for the Music Department post and added an ad hoc committee would be to interview applicants. SAFF EXPLAINED the committee wduld be composed of Musi'c Department faculty and other faculty both from the College of Fine Arts and from other colleges .All staff,' including Mr. will have access to the committee when they consider applicants," Saff said. Austin has been invited to make a musical tour of Sweden, and will leave on March 29 Students waiting .. :of meetirt!f on nr. Larrjr 4us#n thursd.ay's 18, 1973 theORACLE Committee in action Language-Literature students and faculty met yesterdity in Dean Philip Rice's conference room to probe a grievance by student Ken Hilton and to discuss the of a student-faculty grievance committee to handle such matters. Vol. 7 No. 100 8 pages St. Pete peace groups plan . Nixon protest ,By Darrell Heft Oracle Staff Writer Plans to hold an inaugural protest in St. Petersburg remain unchanged in spite of recent talk ithout ceasefire and permanent peace in Vietnam. Peace groups in. Sl. and the surrounding area will stage a protest march around the Federal Office Building 144 1st Ave. S. in St. Petersburg from noon 2 p.m. this Saturday. From the office building they will march to Williams Park in downtown St. J:'eteisburg a spea:ke;'s rally wilJ be held uptil 4 p.m. JOHN BELL, USF professor of International and the parents of released POW Charles be among the speakers at the protest. New inconsistencies found "There probably will be an announcement of. a ceasefire; this is part of the circus,,, said John Mirowsky who runsthe Life Information Center in St; Petersburg'.. It's part of the game they play---called tightening the screws." The administration bombs, lets up; an'd then bombs some more, he explained. Asked how many people .he expected would attend the protestand ral)y, .Mirowsky said probably about 200. However, he quickly added numbers are . 1n Warren Commission report By John Covert Alternative Features Service You'd think people would listen to a man like Cyril W echt. He's a forensic pathologist--a person with degrees in both law and medicine. He's Research Professor of Law and Director, Institute of Forensic Sciences, at Duquesne.. University of Pittsburgh; and a Clini ca l Assistant Professor of Pathology at the University of Pittsburgh Medical School. He's also a recent past president of both the American Academy of Forensi c Sciences and of the American College cif Legal Medicine . Besides that, he s th e Coron e r of Allegheny County (Pittsburgh). BUT WHEN th e disc us s ion turn s to th e charges by Wecht of discrepan cir! s in th e Warr en Commis s i on 011 th(' The Warren Report is totally untenable, unacceptable and absolutely incorrect as far as its .findin!(S on Lee Harvey Oswald and the sin!(le assassin theory.' -Cyril Wecht before his two days of research at the Archives. But when he came out, his conclusion wasthat "the Warren Commission Report is totally untenable, unacceptable and absolutely incorrect as far as its findings on Lee Harvey Oswald and the single assassin theory. ,'.' THE KENNEDY family turned o ver numerous : : items assassination of President John < from the autopsy to the Archives Kennedy, persistent silence is in October, l966, with the the official response. stipulation that none of the Last August, W echt became material be released to the public the second non-governmental during the lifetime of Kennedy medical expert allowed to vie:w family members, and that the items from the autopsy of five years" recognized experts in President Kennedy stor e d at the pathology or related sciences" Nation a I Archives 1 n be allow e d to view them. Wa s hington. In a recent interview, We cht said he questioned the Warren Commission's finding s .. .. Thi, rt'port on the Warren Cornrni"ion llq>ort will he 1inuPd in th1 {)r1ult'. J.F. Kennedy ... still a puz::.lc not important. "It's important ,to have a,t least one person to say 'no, not goirig to buy that lie,"' he said. . IF President Nixon or. ders a withdrawal -of itlJ from Vietnam and surrounding countries before Saturday, Mirowsky said the protest and rally would turn into a "celebration oflife." He said no one particular organization was behind the planning but concerned members from a number of community organizations were sponsoring the event. Mirowsky said no problems are expected. The organizations involved have the necessary permit, and the St. Petersburg Police Dept. Community Action will probably be there, he said. In addition the organizations are working to have their own legal observers present.

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2 -THE ORACLE JANUARY 18, 1973 Congressmen may join inauguration protests SHAFT's his name. SHA"'s his game. LAN 103 7:30 & 10:00 Friday & WASHINGTON (UPl)-Large numbers of antiwar congressmen will boycott President Nixon's second inaugural, a California Democrat said Wednesday. Some of them may join protesters in the streets demanding the United States get out of Vietnam. As workmen continued to prepare the city for the inaugural festivities amid rumors of an impending ceasefire, a variety of protest groups prepa;ed for three days of antiwar activity. Little cigars had WASHINGTON (UPI)-The government said Wednesday incr.easingly popular "little cigars," already under attack in 0r 1 dntws W britfs the Senate, may be just as dangerous in risking cancer, heart disease and lung disease as cigarettes. Fuel problems rise WASHINGTON (UPI)-The National Coal Association (NCA) said Wednesday coal production in at least five states may be curtailed by shortages of diesel fuel needed to transport coal from the mines. NCA President Carl E. Bagge said the five states hardest hit are Kentucky, Arizona, Indiana, Illinois, and Alabama. But, the NCA said, there are also fuel news briefs 1-Alligator' gets big push GAINESVILLE (UPI)--Political strategist Frank Mankiewicz told a group ofUniversity of Florida students Wednesday that he would try to help muster "national opinion" to keep the newspaper on caipus. Mankiewicz; a former newsman, spoke via a telephone hook up to some BOO students gathered for a rally called by -the student senate to express oppositi1;m to Pres. Stephen O'Connell's plan t0 sever University ties with the Florida Alligator; -"It's not surprising that there are still college presidents who do not understand what freedom of the press is about and who cannot bear criticisn,i," said Mankiewicz. ... Itshouldn't be too surprising that there is a university whi9h doesn't like freedom of the press when there is a national administration and a President of the United States who doesn't like it either," Mankiewicz added. Wateipolluter fined TALLAHASSEE. (UPI)--The Florida Pollution Control Wednesday cited the Ch emical Terminal and Storage Co. of Tallahassee for an alleged 400-gallon oil spill at St. Marks near a wildl_ikpreserve. The Citation charges that-the oil from one of the s storage tanks was "negligently and unlawfully discharged into the St. Marks River, causing a thin oil'film which persisted for several days due to tidal action," said Dick Shelton, the department's information officer. lsla'nd treasure -pot TAMPA . Customs officials said Wednesday 245 pounds of marijuana found on an island off the mouth of Tampa Bay may ha".e been tossed overboard from a vessel arriving from C0lombia : Customs agent Sam Johnson sa'id the marijuana was found washed ash'ore on Passage Key near Anna Maria. It was in eight waterproof oils.kin bags. .The was found Tuesday evening by a fisher man who alerted the Coast Gv.ard. A patrol boat picked up the marijuana and turned it over to Customs agents Tuesday night. helps convict husband TALLAHASSEE (UPI)--A man who was convicted of rape on the basis of evidence discovered by his wife and turned over to police by his father-in-law was not subjected to illegal search and seizure and found guiLty, the Flor -id.a said Wednesday. l'P,e court unanimously up\ldd. the S _emiQQ{e County' Cir;cuit coiirt"s judgement convicting L of The death sentence was first ordered but later reduced to life. The Oracle is the official student-edited newspaper of the University of South Florida and is published four times weekly, Tuesday through -during the academic year period September through mid-June; twil't' during tht 11cademic ) Car period mid-June throu!!;h Au!!;ust, b) the 1 nin-rsitl of South Florida, 1.202 Fowler Ave., Tampa Fla. :B620. Opinioris expressed in The Oracle are those of the editors or of the writt'r and not those of th.. University of South Florida. Address riscrves the right to regulate the typographical tone of all and lo re,ise or turn away cop, it considers objectionable. Suhsription rate is $7 per year or $2 for.Qtrs. I. 2, :J: $I for Qtr. 4. problems in Utah, Wyoming and Arkansas. Oil barriers down WASHINGTON (UPI)-The White House responded to a growing energy shortage Wednesday by abolishing all import barriers on No. 2 home heating oil and increased all U.S. petroleum imports by nearly a million barrels a day. Label rules tighten WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Food and Drug Administration Wednesday ordered what it called the most extensive change in food labeling rules in 77 years a requirement that food labels list the calories, fats, vitamins and related -nutrients in each serving. Cole convicted ALEXANDRIA, Va. (UPI) Earl F. Cole, demoted from brigadier general and retired by the Army with the rank of colonel following Senate investigations of military post exchange contract scandals in Vietnam, was convicted Tuesday of deceiving the Army. He will be sentenced Feb. 9. Punishment squads BELFAST (UPl)-Iri.sh Republican Army (IRA) punishment squads shot in the legs four men apparently I suspected of being informers in scattered attacks in Northern Ireland late Tuesday and early w ednesday police rerorted. Berrigans' travel WASHINGTON (UPI)-A federal appeals court ruled, 2 to 1, Wednesday the U.S. Parole Board does not have the right to refuse to allow antiwar priests Phillip and Daniel Berrigan to travel to Hanoi. Cooling, period WASHINGTON (UPl)-Labor Secretary designate Peter J . Brennan announced Wednesday he had arranged a 90-day cooling off period in the 48-day-old Long Island Rail Road strike, and trains would begin running again Saturd. ay morning. Brennan said the 5,000 striking workers would be given a 6 per cent pay increase in the meantime while a special panel is appointed to look into the dispute between the line and 12 striking unions. Sponsored by S.E.A.C. Saturday 7:30 Sunday 50< with 1.D. THIS FANTASTIC SELECTION OF POPULAR HI-RISE JUNIOR PANTS WITH WIDE FLARE LEGS GIVES YOU A LOT OF FASHION FOR A LITTLE MONEY! PICK FROM 1,000 PAIRS! POL VESTER PRINTS AND SOLIDS PINWALE AND 7-WALE CORDUROYS TWILLS AND BRUSHED DENIMS JUNIOR SIZES 3 TO 1 Your Choice! You must actually see this amazing collection of fashion pants to fully appreciate the tremendous value. You'll find 40-inch flare legs, wanted hi-rise styling in popular fabrics ... pastel and mid-tone colors. Hurry in. You'll want several pairs at this price. EXCESS BIDlllE THE FASHION FACTORY OUTLET STORE 9301 56th STREET TEMPLE TERRACE SHOPPING CENTER SLAPPY HOUR IN THE KEG featuring The Red Hot Profs Augmented FRI JAN 19th 3:30-5:30 P.M Sponsored by S.E.A.C., & University Center f

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Faculty Senate eyes evaluations Carl Riggs, vice president for RIGGS SAID that while no Academic Affairs, y esterday evaluation can be perfect, asked the Faculty Senate to "that's no reason to eliminate consider possible changes in the them entirely." procedure for evaluating other Senate business, new fa culty. general education requirements Riggs asked for came under consideration. of a "common University According to Senate Chairman document" fo r faculty Dr. Jesse. Binford, 'the evaluation and pni\cedures for requirements are being prepared release of results. for next year's catalog and will CURRENT procedures for "give students much more sfud_ent evaluation of faculty, latitude" in their course said Riggs, "shows us which selection. professors are good and which The new requirements came professors are bad, but it doesn't about as a result of USF Pres. tell us much about the ones in Cecil Mackey' s restructuring of betweeri." the basic studies program that Riggs said the lack of a eliminated the College of Basic Universitycwide evaluation Studies. inade it difficult to interpret BINFORD said after the results from different Senate amends the departments. requirements, Riggs will be faculty member pointed called on to give his approval. tci a recent report on student Another special Senate evaluations that showed meeting, called to consider the teachers who are easy get higher of the Academic ratings than teachers who are Relations Committee, will be hard. held tomorrow, 2 p.m. LAN 103. explains workbook decision By Bill Nottingham Oracle Staff Writer A memo explaining the Chemistry Department's decision to continue using 'Dr. George Jurch's controversial chemisfry workbook was released yesterday by department chairman Dr. Calvin Maybury. THE MEMO, sent to Vice Pres. for Academic Affairs Dr. Carl Riggs, stated that not only did the high co st of replacement books prompt the continuation, but also the time factor irivolved in ordering books. Maybury said not only would Jurch's manual have t_o replaced, but an additional text for sequence courses "probably costing $14.-95" would also be needed. In the memo, Maybury recommended Jurch's workbook be used -"throughout the remainder of this academic year." "In the meantime," Maybury continued, "I will ask the Organic Chemistry Division to 1mt1ate whatever plans are necessary so that in Quarter 1, 1973 a suitable laboratory manual is adopted with as low a cost as possible for the student." USF veterans urged vo;ce suggestions RIGGS approved Maybury's plan, saying he assumed Jurch would not recieve royalties for the book's sale. Maybury said Veterans with suggestions for Jurch's royalties would go into ways to improve services or the University of South Florida benefits through the State Foundation Chemistry Legislature have been invited to Department Research Account. testify Saturday at 11 a.m. in In seeking alternatives to the Orlando. Jurch book, Maybury consulted Sponsored by Sen. Lew a local printer, Renaldi Press of Brantley, chairm -an of the Tampa, and found they could Interim Committee on,Veterans produce Jurch's manual for Affairs, the hearings, will take about $6 per copy with 1200 place in the Orlando Public printed. Library near Lake Eola Park. "This price includes the These hearings will be open to complete development from the any veteran, according to USF original manuscript including Veterans Advisor Bruce Daniell. the printing, drawings and blank who said any veteran with a graph paper as e xist in the comment or area of concern current edition," Maybury said c ould drop by his offic e (UC Th e t:ost t o !;tud e nt s the 224) between 2-4 p.m. to discuss book s tore added its 20 per ce nt it. wouid be $8 . Daniell added an y veteran \1ayhury said .lurch is a problem c ould r:all him t:urrently s ePking allcrnaliv< anytime at 971 1466 methods uf publishing his book JACKSON'S BICYCLE STORE 114 Buffalo Ave. Phone 232-0661 1-75 Soulh to Buffalo exit -' 1 blocK o f Fio .. Av e QUALITY BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS AT REASONABLE PRICES try is you'll iike i t! THE ORACLE JANUARl'. 18, 1973 3 H avin!{ r;z Kuest speaker and want to invite the campus? The Oracle Bulletin Board runs every Tuesday. Deadline for notices is noon Monday, in LAN 469. THE -,#-FASHION STORE _NORTHGATE :SHOPPING CENTER WESTSHORE PLAZA 705 FRANKLIN ST. BRIITON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER-THE "LAYERED" LOOK "LA YER/NG" WITH A RIBBED TURTLENECK SLIP-ON THEN A LITTLE TOP OVER IT. SH.OWN WITH WIDE-LEG CORD SLACKS. It's easy_to ... i_t!

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4 THE ORACLE -JANUARY 18, 1973 -ORACLE------------ I I ti I '%ii!" Watergate plea getting hard to swal/o w It was voters could not get the complete story about Watergate before the election. Whether it would have made any difference or not, we deserved to know. Well it' s after the landslide and would you get a load of w1l_at we are being asked to swallow now. Five of the defondents \. l:iave pleaded guilty while simultaneously 'flashing their "we know plenty but we're telling nothing smileiC their fans. "' 1'.'0UR defendents, all from Miami, who joined E. Hunt in cl:ianging pleas are now making noises D'eing J.'l_!_otivated patriotism. / -'We ai:e veiy concerned ab out communism and Cuba. ,Whentpere is a threat of a Communist conspiracy against States do anything to stop it,'' was the way one of them, Frank Sturgis, put iL 'They expressed a belief M?G'overn would be Cuba, whatever that Protests termed a mlist . : _. i .>: . . : How nople; truly noble. But it is a bit of selective nobility !hey are apparently abc; rnt any other only the powerful nation of Cuba their attention. : . Editor: Months after Henry Kissinger's declaration that "peace is at hand," the war in Southeast Asia rages on. _,,. -. .t '[_ ., I , why wou,ldn'ttheY,welcome a full hearing on the Widespread rage and indignation such a: trial wo_ uld help them enlighten the forced President Nixon to halt the the to this danger they felt compelled to indiscriminate saturlj.tion bombing (lttttrs) be he)d in other cities on that day. We urge the broadest possible student participation m these demonstrations. thei r credibility is slightly suspect. of Hanoi and Haiphong-:; .. AnottJer oftiie' four,BernardBarker, testified he received temporarily. Yet U.S. warplanes payment the work in the mail, "in a plain continue to rain tens of millions of WE CALL on college and high ; 'IP,.e amount wa11 $25,000. In a bit of pounds of bombs across Vietnam, school campuses everywhere to join die judge asked him if he didn't think that obliterating whole cities, towns and in a National Day of Student AntilieAidn'C,Sure Bernie, nothing strange villages,. and thousands war,, Protest on Friday, Jan. 19. abo\il .ifat" all. -: more people. Campus mobilizations on that day-df' thei; motives there .. are strong including de monstrations, rallies, foditations 'the li,ttle pranksters ai;e taking the i;ap' for some .. WHILE Nixon stalls for time, a teach-ins and speak-outs--will hi h fresh tide of rumors has risen, , g ; . generate deepening antiwar "' h v promisina yet ario .ther "immineiit :t'' Hme t e .New .l ork Times and columnist Jack ...., sentiment and will provide a focus have reported the peace." But the time for empty for orgamzmg and mobilizing were to plead guilty. pledges has passed. Nixon's cruelly massive numbers of students '?r:ihe 'men1s famjlies receiving gestures cannot hide the throughout the country to build the while the mei:J. were.in prison with a bonus brutal slaughter being unleashed Inauguration Day actions. : wne!,'tlf ey' :re' ._ / ;: -<' each day against the people of Our efforts during the next .. fosh plead doesn't Vietnam. several weeks will be of critical c>fxactll ifeti;a9t frcitii-the accuracy of the stories. Again and the people of importance. Together, we can two .. this cou.ntry have been lied to by -deliver, a resounding a 'nd i:ojustify his entering on the. Again'' and again, our hopes tq that he Jiad feared v:iolerice against President for. an end to American, Richard Nixon: End the bombing ; involveinentinSob.theastAsiahave .now! U.S. out of Southeast Asia dramatiC and selfbeen Again and again, now! reversal p( the nght"w1ng cry of:"law and order." Nixon has demanded om ; blind ,With. irony. After all, know the law is trust, only to betray that tru'st with for breakingit. new deceptions. r w cine othe_ r the original seven will / h w 1 l" d h' II ff B Nowmorethanever,peacecan (l mt sme y. a air:: hope . .. t.J ... o n the ; . piil because .. it has be "at But we can't rely on Peace, Jack Lieberman SMC Staff Zarla's oK L..:. c1 di b Nixon. N .ow more ever, we ve ... _,r ape ... u ... Y .. y the W atergate Seve nand Heaven Edi'to "" must answer Nixon's.latest cha rade r: else: As having dealt with and talked to ::: ,. . with a massive and united re sponse D z I r. er a, we as an _organization .. -. against the war. Id h Zeria in the past has tried to help and encourage these same people who he is now of We do I10t have any o)". bad feelings because of this and fully intend to still seek and confide turn to Dr. Zerla advice and help in the future'. George"Mortimer Sec. Treaslirer Veterans Awareness 1Soiry1 ,_., .. Editor: I must express my regrets for being unable to cbnie to the USF campus as scheduled. Due' to the work that the Citizen's Committee on entailed evening, I could not come to discuss with you the possibilities, and programs of Student Government: I hope to return to the Florida campus in the near future to meet with the student body . Sincerely, Samuel w : Taylor President l}niv. of Florida Student Body The Oracle welcomes letters to the editor on all All letters must be signed and include the writer's student Classification and telephone number. Names will be withheid h wou at t is time say that we '.-.T is public document was promulgated at, an On Inauguration Day, Jan. 20, understand the context in which he upon request. annual cost of :$l4 7 20842 or 9 per tu the National Peace Action Coalition made his now infamous word Letters should be typewritten diss.eminate n .ews_ to the students, staff and l d Th d" and the People's Coalition for Peace "slobs" in referring to older trip e space e e i,tor .. sity.ofSouth Florid_ .. a . (Foriy h h d. and Justice are sponsoring a students and veterans. We foe! that ..-reserves t e rig. t to e It or pe r ce. n .. t ._of: the per i.sstie co,st is offset. by .,,. h l L d pe.aceful anti-war 'March on Dr Zerla has taken an undeserved s orten etters. etters receive ; l\dvrrtisiri."_g 1 b b "d d f Washington." Similar actions will rap on his personal character. Dr. Y noon w1 e cons1 ere .. Editor Managing Editor Advertising Manager :::r $ (le; m Eo
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Underground Railroad A limited supply o 'f"Ride to Freedom" posters are available for $1 mailed to WUSF-FM, Tampa 33620. WUSF's '"Underground Railroad" offers a variety of folk and progressive rock music evenings throughout the week, with assistance from the $1 poster donation. THE O}tACLE JANUARY 18, 1973 Children's Art Program to develop creativeness A program to promote artistic and aesthetic sensitivity to pre school children will be conducted during Qtr. 3 by USF's Art Education Department and art education students. The Kiddie Art Program (KAP), headed by faculty members Horst K. Joost and Cheryl Walker, will attempt to explore, through a variety of expressive act1v1t1es, the capabilities of each of the pre school age groups--three, four and five. RESEARCH AND experience has shown that promoting artistic and aesthic sensitivity to these ages better prepares the child for his school year, Joost said. Approximately 18 children will be selected t6 participate in the program--six of each of the three ages. "We want to get a representative spectrum of socio-economic \ groupings," Joost said. "When we did a similar program during Qtr. 2, 1972, we 'had mostly faculty members' children." DURING THE nrne Saturday morning sessions, children will be motivated to express themselves in body movements and audio and visual stimulation. Traditional art tools, such as clay, paint, crayon and printing materials, will be used in the program but will not be usecj. with the traditional context tqat children at this age are to'o young to learn, Jopst sai ,d. Joint sessions with parents will also be featured in the program but, more important, special parents' classes will be designed to help them understand how and why a child grows and artistically' Joost said USF STUDENTS enrolled in EDE 431--Art for Early Childhood will work as instructors with the children. -. This program will provide these students with an opportunity to obtafo practical experience in working with children, Joost said. AN ANALYSIS and report of -the overall program will result as -the end product, Joost said.iA $10 fee will be requir:ed. will d _efray expense_ 9.' for. the childien's and parent's and equipment, Joost said ." '_: Applications, -which be turned in no later -than March 15, are available in F All 265. PARENTS WILL receive a letter of acceptance if their child is chosen. For further informatidn call Horst K. Joosi or Cheryl at 974-2100, ext. 262. MENARD PAWN, & GIFT SHOP 14038 N. FLORIDA AVE. St. Pete art gallery hosts state photo competition BUY SELL TRADE PH. 935-7743 OPEN 10 TO 7 EXCEPT WED. St. Petersburg's Beaux Arts Gallery will host two state-wide photography compet1t1ons within the next two months. Interested persons may submit as many as six matted photographs, any size or treatment, in the 22nd annual Florida Photography Annual, Jan. 28 through Feb. 24 at the gallery. There is no entry fee to the contest, which will be judged by Dt. John_ Howard Brar;idon, retired art education dean at New York University. Awards ranging as high as $600 will be given. Deadline for the contest is Jan. 27. Movie makers may enter one 'film fart AUSTIN--The Getaway--1:30, 3:35, 5:40, 7:50, 10 BRANDON TWINS--(starts Friday) 1. 'Wilderness Journey--7 ,9 Asylum--7,9 BRITTON--The Sword and the Stone (starts Friday)--12:20, 1:44, 4:04, 6:24, 8:44 FLORIDA--Double Feature (starts Friday)Joe Kidd--3:30, 6:40, 9:55 and Play Misty For Me--1:45, 4:45, 8: 10 FLORILAND CINEMA 2--1. Deliverance--1: 15, 3: 15, 5:20, 7:20, 9:20 2. Double Feature--Thc French Connection and Mash--times unavailablc HILLSBORO I-Wilderness Journey (starts Friday) 1:30, 3:35, 5:40, 7:50, 9:55 HORIZON PARK 4--1. The Poseidon Adventure--5:30, 7:4-5, 9:55 2. The Poseidon Adventure--6:30, 8:4-5 3. Fiddler on the Roof--5:4-5, 9 4-. Up the Sandbox--6,B,10 PALACE-"Deliverance-l :4-0, 3:40, 5:40, 7:40, 9:45 TAMPA--Double Feature (starts Friday)Blacula--1:30, 4:45, 8:05 and Slaughter--3: 10, 6:30, 9:45 TODD--Double Feature (starts Friday)--School Girls Growing Up and How to Seduce a Playboytimes unavailable TRANS-LUX (Town and Country)--Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex But Were Afraid lo Ask7,9 TWIN BAYS 4--1. The Poseidon Adventure-:30, 8:45 2. The Poseidon Adventure--6:30, 9:15 Lady Sings the Blues--6:30, 9:15 4. Baron of Blood--times unavailable ON CAMPUS UC FEATURE--Shaft--Friday and Saturday--7:30, 10, Sunday--7:30in LAN 103 FILM ART SERIES--Women's Film Festival--Friday, Saturduy and Sunday--7:30, IO in ENA UFA FILM--Rellections in a Golden Eye--Sunclay 10 in LAN 103 UC FEATURE--1984---Monclay1::rn. AVAILABLE NOW A limited number of vacancies are available now in our women's residence halls. See Mrs. Stewart in the Housing Office (2nd Floor Argos Center) and become involved in campus life as a member of our residence hall community. SEE US TODAY! or two short art films ranging from one to forty minutes in length in the annual Florida Suncoast International 16 mm _Film Competition. Deadline for entries is March 8 at 8 p.m., the opening day of the four day film festival. For further information regarding the contests, contact Beaux Arts Gallery, 7711 60th St. in St. Petersburg. -STARTS FRIDAY PLUS-''HOW TO SEDUCE A PLAYBOY" MIDNIGHT SHOWS 'FRIDAY & SATURDAY CONT. SHOWS 11:30 _fia,lle'tfl Men s Fashions .4936 BUSCH PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER PH. 988-24Ul The Men's Store That BRIDGES The Clothing ALL REGULAR STOCK REDUCED UP TO 50/o SWEATERS -Vi PRICE SPORT COATS25% OFF KNIT SLACKS 20% OFF DRESS & SPORT SHIRTS LONG & SHORT SLEEVES -25% OFF HRS. MON. 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ti THE ORACLE JANUARY 13. 197:{ Brahmans face tough LSUNO By Dave Moormann Oracle Editor When USF plays Louisiana State University-New Orleans (LSUNO) tonight the Privateers will be the same team that gave the Brahmans a tough time in losing last Saturday, but the surroundings will be different. This time the Brahmans must pJry in LSUNO's gym, better known as "The Chamber of Horrors." The Privateers don't take kindly to opposing teams entering the place, as they own a 44-3 home record. eTHAT'S GOING to be a big factor," said Coach Don Williams of the game's setting. "In our win Saturday the crowd and excitement really helped us. John Kiser, leading scorer in the Citadel game with 18 points, will find himself in the starting lineup after not opening last g@le for the first time in USF basketball history. It will be his job to stop Mel Henderson who had scored over 30 points four e;ames in a row until the Brahmans held him to 26. "I put Kiser in late especiallv to take care of Henderson and it worked," Williams said of last Saturday's performance. "I hope it works again." KISER WILL replace Glenn DuPont who is believed to have the flu and will join Arthur Jones, Fred Gibbs, Skip Miller and Jack James as the starting five who must play ball control if they expect to win. In its last two games USF has played a sloppy first half while always reducing the turnovers in the second period. "We're going to try to improve our ball control and handling," explained Williams. "It seems it takes us awhile to get adjusted and realign our personel before w-e start handling the ball well." USF's JV snaps long losing slcein It was a long time in coming but USFs junior varsity finally got a win, beating Biscayne JV 93-59, Tuesday. All eight members of Coach Bob Shiver's club dented the scoring column with the four big men scoring in double figures. Leading scorer was 67 freshmen Mike Reid who has also seen action with the varsity team this season. The Ohio athlete hit for 25 points. 67 Phil Shelp followed with 19 while 6-8 Tim Dietz bucketed 17 and 6-4 Rick Chaplin hit 14. After a victory over St. Petersburg JC Jan. 5, the Baby Brahmans faced Hillsborough CC and Florida College, losing to both. one of the nation's finest junior colleges, Miami Dade-North. The Baby Brahmans will try to avenge an earlier defeat, Saturday in a home contest with Florida College. intramurals Men's Basketball Beta 2 East 11, Beta 3 West 46 Alpha l West 54, Alpha 2 West 45 Eta l 35, Theta 1 33 Shooting Stars 41, SF 31 Theta 2 54, Iota 3 17 Truckers 62, Sigma Nu White 24 KMA 39,,ATP White 38 FHAC North 1, Tuts 0 (forfeit) Delta Sigma Pi l, Sigme Oigme (forfeit) Zeta 1 28, Lambda 1 27 MONGRAMS Needlepoint Yarn & Bags KINGCOME'S TRIMMINGS Ph. 935-8168 11615 Fla Ave. at fowler 'Fired of be1:ng npped ot (: u; ant to r.lo something about it'! Send your consumer problems to The l'vluckraker in care of' The Oracle, LAN 472, Tampa, .n620. Shelp scored 20 and Dietz tallied 13 against Lake City CC but it wasn't enough as the suffered a 66-60 defeat for their third straight loss. Next, 23 points led five Brahmans in double figures but USF still fell, this time 8073 to FESTIVAL OF WOMEN'S FILMS Rallye set for Saturday -r The USF Sports Car Club will hold a "Recollection Road Rallye" \his Saturday night with registra(i'9n beginning .at 7 p.m, i!J, the Hne Arts parking lot. The rallve will be held over the open roads, and the contestants will vie for trophies given to the top three finishers. Onlv a car, flashlight and clipboard are to take part in the rallve. Entrv fees are $2 per car for Car Club members, $2.SO for CSF students and for all otht>rs. JANUARY 19-21 ENA INDIVIDUAL ADMISSION $1.00 Three Li.Yes Produced by Kate Millet for The Women's Liberation Cinema Company Directed by Kate Millet, Louva Irvine, Susan Klechner, Robin Mide FRIDAY JANUARY 19 7:30 pm SUN JANUARY 21 lOpm The Girls "This is an endeavor of great depth" "THE GIRLS" WAS SELECTED TO OPEN THE NEW YORK WOMEN'S FILM FESTIVAL FRIDAY JANUARY 19 10 pm SAT JANUARY 20 7:30 pm Wanda "A cinematic rarity. Miss Laden's film has the look of ciassicai movie making. Tight and tough." -New York Times SATURDAY JANUARY 20 10:00pm SUN JA N /' 3 0 pro

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( t: I .. j\ S S I H II A II S) sa. THE ORACLE. JANUARY 18, 1973. 7 :a e MONDAY NIGHT SCI-Fl SERIES i 1984 i COMPUTER Pl\OGRAMMINC Also Systems Design. Fast, Reasonabl e 251-6390 TYPING FAST, NEAT, ACCURATE. All types of work. Nina Schiro, llllON. 22nd St. 971-2139. If no answer, 235-3261. PROFESSIONAL TYPIST TURABIAN, USF, etc. Term papers, theses, etc. IBM typewriter, elite or pica 1 w/type changes. 5 minutes from USF 971-6041 after 6 p.m TYPING SERVICE. IBM Selectric. Termpapers, manuscripts, thesis, letters and other. 10 min. from U .S.F: Call Lore Schmoll 971-2673. Typing Services--IBM Selectric, pica, carbon ribbon, changes of type-USF Turabian-Campbell-Term papers, dissertations, reports, resumes, refs.Gloria 884-1969. . XTRA HELPERS Temporary Personnel Service Newest Service In Town Anne Biggs invites you to call for an appt. to come and discuss the possibilities of earning money in your spare time working for xtra special companies. WOl,lK A DAY-A-WK. OR MORE Never a fee. Call Anne 877-5861, 1211 N. Westshore Suite 310. Oldsmobile '67, new tires, very clean, runs very good, standard V-6.$800 Call 971-1371 after 7pm 1969 VW Camper, sink, refrigerator, pop up tent, shag rug, 4 good tires. Excellent condition .' $2300 Phone 971-2181 anytime. 1962 Comet 2 dr. Automatic Perfect student car. Good running condition. Excellent gas mileage. $175 Contact Cathy in Delta 231. 974-6276 or 6277. 1965 Karmann Ghia, blue with black interior. New tires and paint job Excellent condition. $575 or best offer must sell. Call 971-7153 & ask for Ben. 1967 Dart GT stick. Very sound engine, new tires. $595 Call 988-5530 after 5 PM. Owner says, "Sell!" A lovely, custom built 3 bdrm, 2 bath home ,;,ith formal dining room, large living room, eat-in kitchen central heat and air plus inside utility room-deep well and sprinkler system-fenced back yard-many other extras. Quick possessioncentrally located Low 40 s, Call to se e Pauline Ferraro, Assoc. Tampa Realty, inc. Off. 879-5700, eve 876-0350. WANTED for Professor's home male student to clear lake beach. $2.00 per hour and lunch. Must have transportation. Near Odessa Call 9205606. Telephone Sales parttime. l \'l-F 5-9 PM. $2 per hr. guarante e d s alar y plw commission. Pleasant working c onJ. Exp. preferred, not nec essa r y if yo u are enthusiastic & hav e a pleasant voic e Will train. Call Mrs Reyes. Variabl e Annuit y Co. 221 N. Howard Suit e 207. 253:2841. !'art-time receptioni s t !ram 8::10-12::10. Light typing and answ e ring phorw. N e e d responsible person. Salary of $2 .00 / hr. Call Cris at 988-1171. StuJenls, teacher s cam pus p ersonnel male or f e mal e Part-time sa l es and management openings available. Earn on and off campus. Career pot e ntial. Phon e for appt. Mr. Dusek at 877-5768. Men or Women wanted for permanent parttime employment taking inventory in grocery drug and variety stores. Reply RGIS Inventory Specialist 5445 Mariner St. Suite No. 208 Tampa, Florida -33609. BOOKKEEPER Join Established Tampa Bay Advertising Agency. Excellent opportunity to work 1in an exciting business and with some p,reat people. Send Resume and salary requirements to Tampa Tribune-Times, Box 1366. STUFF TO WEAR is lookinii: for parttime help weekdays & weekends including week nights. Our customers know fashion fit and fabric. Can you help them? Our customers communicate a life style U!n you help them? customers are size 3-13, Jr. & Jr. Petite. Can you help them? If you can & wish to learn more about fashion & retail merchandising & are interested in parttime position please apply at STUFF TO WEAR, Floriland Mall. Applications will be availab l e an'.ytjme during store hours Thank You SALES ADVISOR PARTIIME Looking for a pt. time job with a little challenge to it? Then think of joining Florida's Best Newspapers as an ad-visor supervisor to a group of 10-ll' year old boys selling single copies of the Evening' Independent in Shopping centers and other business areas. To qualify you should be ai least 18 years of age, able to obtain a Fla. Chauffeurs license and drive one of our panel trucks and be free to work a schedule of 5 days between Mon. & Sat. from 12:30 to 8 p.m.' If you are energetic, wit h a neat appearance andhave the enthusiasm to motivate others then this is for you. You will earn ; $2 25 per hr. for about 35 to 40 hrs wkly., plus a sales comm. which avg's $10-$20 wkly. Sound like your kind of job? Apply 9-11 a.m. any weekday morning. ST. PETERSBURG TIMES and EVENING INDEPENDENT personne l office 41h floor, Times 490 lst Ave. South Guards start $1.80 all shifts full or parttime. All equipment supplied. 2231561 after 10 A.M. Part-time work for person. Work your own hours/days plenty of cash (can be worked full time) _call Keith Grey, 879-7064. For appt. 9am-5p .m. POSITION AVAILABLE Partially paralyzed male student living in own home adjacent to campus with one other student in residence needs an able odied student, male or female, to help present attendent. Private room hoard tuition, and small salary provided For further information call 988-4985 MARRIAGE AND TRADING STAMPS ... A seminar designed to enable young marrieds to put it together. Insights and options on fulfilling the marital c ontract. Meets Mondays 7:30-9:30 P.M Call Bill Lipp, University Chapel Fellowship, 9881185. First session Januar y 29th SINGER SEWING MACHI NES These machine s have nev e r been u sed and arc equipped to Zig Zag, 111ak1 buttonhol es sew on buttons monogram & much m o re. Onl y $tl.9.95 .ut: U nited Fr e ight Sales 4712 N. Arme nia. M nn. thru Sat 9-7. II I STEREO COMPONENT SETS (3) AM/FM stereo component $99.00 (2) 200 watt components with 3 way 10 speaker system and Gerrard Professional series changer Reg. $449.00 only $289 00 United Freight Sales, 4712 N. Armenja. Mon-Frj 9-9; Sat. to 6. Toshiba AM-FM Receiver with !ear jet 8 track and BSR and two 2-way speakers. Call 971-6180. Cheap. Best offer Stereo Components 20% to 50% off list erice. All new equipment. Full Factory Warranty. Mail order direct from distributor. Call Bob. 238-5423 Tampa. '71 Honda 350CL $575. 935-4595 after 5:00 p.m. weekdays. 1972 Yamaha Twin lOOCC 0 2 metalflake helmets. 933-4382. YAMAHA 350 '72 excellent low mileage, have to see to appreciate . La Mancha Dos Apt. 45. 971-2052. . 1972 Suzuki GT-380 3cyl. 6-spd trans. Factory Warranty for 4,000 miles. Sissy bar, 3 helmets. Best offer. Call 977-5548 after 5. Ask for Mark. Having a club meeting? Volunteers needed for. tutoring? Whatever your need, mail 'the notices to the Oracle Bulletin Board cl o Joanne Barber, LAN 472, by Monday noon. Bulletin Board is published every Tuesday as a public service for the USF community. : 7:30 LAN 103 : : MON. JAN 22 ._: . . ., W /l.D. : : : DON'T. FORGET! t Lunch Served Every Thursday at the. Baptist St.udent Center . 11:30 to 1:30 soc Call 98.8-6487 -11-.1-a_Q_I_ 111!1'11 I _ll_Q_'_a_ I I flf l Nlfa&at Xif elf If I THURSDA y JAN. 1 -. : I EGGPLANT PARMESAN 1 1 w I organic brown rice, crisp . garden salad (with choice of J ] 5 __ I homemade dressing) whole wheat I bread & butter I I DON'T FORGET EVERY TUESDA, Y ALL THE CRISP GARDEN SALAD (w/dressing) AND/OR FRESH FRUIT SALAD YOU CAN EAT. $1.00 $J THE NATURAL KITCHEN 5326 E. BUSCH BLVD: OPEN 11-9 (NEXT TO PANTRY PRIDE) MON SAT TEMPLE TERRACI,:., FLA. 988-3008 -WE FEED YOUR BODY, MIND & SPIRIT -. I I l i OEAOLINE for entry Jan. 19 at 4 pm. CASH PRIZES: THREE CATE GOAIES: 1st $so.oo folk--acoustit I it "" i= iir ,, 11111 fo !h-rodi J. -'/"' J. 0 3rd 10.00 elettric *for each category Appliutions at U.C. desk & Ctr 15')

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8 -THE ORACLE JANUARY 18, 1973 DOONESBURY by Garry Trudeau Cami/ charges government irying to discredit VVA W By Tom Palmer Oracle Staff Writer Scott Cami!, regional coordinator for th e Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VY AW), yesterday described how the government is attempting to discredit the organization through a series of trumped-up charges. "The government has charged me with 11 felonies since last January and we've beaten them all so far," he said. CAMIL'S CHARGES have included kidnapping for ransom in which government evidence was a signed receipt for the ransom of $100. "How many people make out ransom receipts?" Cami! asked the crowd of about 50 on th e UC Mall, adding he was in St. Petersburg speaking to the Concerned Demo cra t s during the alleged kidnapping. Scott Camil convictions, but to mak e spend money, discr ed it them in the media, divert the energies of i their members and intimidate them," he said. limbo--w e don't have a cou; t date and we don't hav e a judge, Cami! said, expiain ing that Judg e D.L. Middlebrooks had exc u sed himself from the case after trying to harass their lawyers with threats of impri sonme nt and disbarment. "If we weren't effective, th ey wouldn't be bothering u s with surveillance and co nspiracy charges," Cami! co ncluded Cami! served in the Marines in Vietnam with Tim Moore, head of the local VY AW c h ap t e r, and, following his s peech, read poems written by Gis in Vietnam and answered qu es tions. HE EMPHASIZED the ne ed for publi c support for anti-war actions this. weekend 10 Washington during Presiden t Nixon's and for any legal e fforts to end the war. J apanese executives Then, he said, ca me drug charges and finally co nspira c y and contempt charges connected with alleged VY AW planned to disrupt the Republican National Convention In addition to the conspiracy charges an(! harassment Cami! charged the FBI had threatened one VVA W l e ader, Alton Foss, with arrest on drug charges unless he cooperated wi.th them and had withheld treatment for him at a YA Hospital without additional pledges of cooperation. ''The government is trying to dry up all sources of information but thei r own and we need to stand together when they come to get us," he concluded. take part Executives from leading Japanese manufacturing _firms will participate in a seminar for cqrporate organization and p ,ersonnd inanagemen t Jan. 31}i'eb: 6, at Tampa's Manger Motor Inn. and at USF "We .. are very proud to be agai'ri for the second year to present this for thes e :visitors said USF p,i"of essor 'WHiiE team will spenp a month i11 the (J.S. anl travel Lo / Angeles to New York, USF's College o fBusiness Administr-ation will be the only educational to Propasal. asks polic. y ch.ange .A. to base read'mittance bf : former USF 6.n: thei'r- total college ( . . . . ., . mer ely their gracfos ; will go to USF '7'.11-1. T!! .r-.4 Cecil this week. ;, recommendation, drafted 6 ':Y:t" ';the Council of Deans, pJ'.oposes a change in current University which is in \'-1"':_ with most other universities, according to DJ. Carl Riggs, for A'til d emic :... .. current polic : y allows i-ft.idents who did acceptable 1n seminar present an intensiv e program for these executives," The College of Business Administration and USF's Center for' Continuing Education are the sponsors of tpe program. The repre se nt firms with 850 to 41,000 employes, including the Toyota automobile company. The seminars will be on work e.thics, employe motivation, internal training programs, employe selection and placement and i current trends in labor relations. ALL sessions will be at the ; Manger -Inn, except for a luncheon at 12; 15 p.m., on Feb. 1, hosted \:>y Pres. Ce ci!"Mackey in the UC. Other faculty members conducting the seminars will be Dr. A.C. Bartlett, Dr. Jon English, Dr. J.T. Knippen,and Dr. K.R. VanVoor91s. "THE CONSPIRACY cha rges read like a thesis from a creat ive writing class," Cami! said. "They charge d u s with planning to raid police with slingshots and cross bows, using heated marbles and ball bearings for ammunition." "The purpose of these conspiracy charges is not to get "RIGHT NOW our case is in SEAC ANNOUNCES 7 Program Associate Positions Now Available up to $300 per qtr. Applications may be picked up Beginning Monday Jan. 22nd SEAC -Office CTR 15 9 or .phone 26:31 VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOJE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VQTE VOTE O ROBERT_ SECHEN . > . 0 CAN_DIDATE S.G. > LU g Robert Sechen hos on unmatched record of student service at USF. Robert LU presently serves as Secretory of Finance -a position involving nearly all I. student .related_ fi.nonciol motte'rs on campus. As a sophomore, Sechen served 0 as Secretory of Resident Affairs. During his term in that position, Robert > initiot!"d the Off Campus Housing Booklet and was instrumental in representing the reside 'nts of Morjo Apartments in the prqblems involving the 0 return of $5,000.00 in old deposits. Robert Sechen hos the desire to > SG wo1k for students. Sechen hos the knowledge o .nd the initiative to bring student servi(:e6 to you and n:ic;ike Studrit Government a viable force 0 at USF. : , ROBERT SECHEN .... 0 > LU .... 0 > LU .... 0 > LU at USF but' utiaccept able to a n9tper .. ic) be t eadmitted eri .t&e sfr'e ng .th'cif the . O USF grades and overall average. > > MARK LEVINE CANDIDATE S. G. VICE-PRESIDENT .... !;,. 0 > LU .... 0 :i'"A student should be a:Howed LU .... > to con.tinue in school only i( his O total college work is ac ce pt : able," > Riggs said "If we.don't do it that LU', .... way it's not fair to studen. ts who are doing good work." , Riggs said he sees "no why Dr. Mackey woufd reject the rec .ommendation," but added, "I ne ver try to second guess the President." Mork Levine, as Presiden t of the College Council, hos worked for and with 0 > LU Istudents in every port of this university. Levine lead the fight for parkin g 0 revision at USF and hos continually worked for students rights in all of his > activities. Mork is chairman of the University Affairs Committee and was a 0 LU student representative to the ln terim Co-ordinating Council. Levine is also a > I-LU O member of ODK and continues to serve all students through his efforts at USF. I> MARK LEVINE 0 PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT > VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE


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