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Two kids grab a snack under the Brahman wednesday's Pres. Mackey watches the game with wife and daughter January 1973 theORACLE Vol. 7 No .106 8 pages Presidency at stake SG elections today 1n By Christy Bar.!Jee Oracle Staff Writer Weary SG candidates end their campaigns at8 p.m. tonight when the polls close on the 1973 SG election. When polls open this morning at 8 a.m. qualified student electqrs full fee paying students with current fee will choose fi:_om among six candidates for SG presi _dent, five candidates for vice president and 32 candidates for 29 Student Senate seats. EACH .STUDENT will vote in his own College in a district determined by major. In some districts the voter will choose two senators. Larkin, SG Election Rules (ERC) committee chairman. Absentee bballots should have been applied for at least seven days before the election and may be or sent to the ERC office (UC 156) today by 8 p.m. Students in the infirmary will receive their ballots during the day from an ERt member as .provided for m the SG Constitution. POLLING places in each college will be manned by students hired by the ERC. The colleges and their polling places are. Business second floor next to the food. machines, Education second floor next to the food machines, Engineering first floor behind the entrance, FINE ARTS mall area on the first floor of the middle building, Language-Literature-front west end next to the auditorium; -Natural_ Science grassy area m front of the Computer Research Area, SOCIAL SCIENCE entrance of the first floor inside the building, and University Center .. between the UC and the Administration Building near the flag pole. Students classified as DUS, having no major; may vote in any college. A faithful Patti Dennard ie .one of many USF _cheerleaders who always find time to take part in Brahman action by the team on, as shown here during a recent home game. Th.; Brahipans play next on Feb. 5. . Oracle Photo by Bill Phillips Upon reaching the poll the voter should present a current fee card. The SG poll worker qill hole punch the card once for presidential' and vice presidential votes and once for senate votes. Survey shows USF students unaware of job placement Each voter color-coded will receive three computer card ballots one for president, one for vice president, and one for senate district. By Lenora Lake and Laida Palma Oracle Staff Writers SP ACES for write-in candidates are provided at the bottom of each computer card ballot. Any student receiving a majority of a district's voles on a write-in will be considered a duly elected senator, to Jim A random campus survey yesterday, revealed many USF students do not know about services offered by the Career Planning and Placement Center. Interviews with students in all areas of the campus showed thay did not know of the program or did not know where to sign up for the services DON COLBY, dire c tor of the center, and Mike Turner, vocational counselor, c ould not be reached for comment on the findings of the survey. rN. Viet victory predicted' TALLAHASSEE (UPl)--Columnist Jack Anderson said Monday night that se cr e t Pentagon reports predict an end of th e Viel narn r;easefire and a Communist tak e ov e r of South Vietnam "within a year. "The intelligi nce report s say that the North Vietnamese are sending political c adres into South Vietnam, that they are gearing up Io a political--not military--struggle," Anderson rold Florida State University students. "This politi cal struggle will be a prelude to a military coup de tar." Anderson said he had not s ee n th e I wo Pentagon predictions himself, but that a reliable secret source had told him their contents. H e said plans to publish the .Joint Chiefs of Staff predictions "pretty soon" in l1is nalionally syndicated column, 'Was hinglon Merry-Go\..Round Anderson said the ceasefire agreement signed in Paris last Saturday is a "spotted tru ce," allowing the North Vietnamese abd Viet Cong to hold pockets of influence in the South. H e said rhe secret Pentagon predictions say the Communists will pu s h to broaden these spots politi c ally and resum e fighting when their subv e rsion runs into resistcnce from the Thieu governm e nt "The military phase is going lo s tart within a year," said Anderson. He also said the Nixon administration c ould have signed a pear.e agr eeme nt O ct. 3 l, but prolong e d the war three months lo punish the Communist s and shore up Thieu s control of the South. He said that Penlagon stral1gi s ts figured la' st fall that Thieu 'would nor last mor e than a few weeks without massive air and artill( ) ry support. ..J "I have never registered, as there is no place to get information about signing up. If more information had been av;iilable, I am I would have signed up," said Jeannette Harper, 3 MRD. Robert Bullock, 3 TAR/DAN, said, "I am vagueiy familiar with the service and wish I knew more about it. I have seen the. desk at early registration and when I become a senior, I'll register THE CENTER located in Classroom, provides -career planning and couriseling for all students and alumni: A survey from August 1971 through June 1972 showed 51 per cent of the graduating students had registered with the CareerPlanning and Placement Center. Of the registered students 55 per cent had positions, 2 per cent were inactive and 43 per cent remained on the active file for referral. Duane Damon, 4 COM, said he had registered with the center at the end of.Qtr. 1, but was still waiting to hear. "I did get my resume' back but the people who were going to interview me c an c elled coming to this s chool." BILL DAVIS, 4 POL, said he knew of the service but has not registered be c au se he felt the opportunities were too narrow. "I don t want to work for a large corporation and the service doesn't offer alt ernative work," he said. The center provides 15-minute taped interviews of recruiting representatives from a number of companies around the area. Resumes' are taken from students and are mailed to interested companies. Interviews are arranged by the Center for stuents when companies are on the campus "I HAVE heard of the service but heard some people say it wasn't too good," said Dick Dougherty, 4 SOC. He said that he was not planning to r egis t e r before he graduat e d Michael Momparl e r, 4 PSY, said he had sign e d up for the service and had not b ee n helped H e c omplain e d I hat often when the intervi e w s e h e dul e was or print e d I int evie w date was past.

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2. THE ORACLE JANUARY 31, i97 3 Liddy, McCord found guilty ivote !i :******** ******* WASHINGTON (UPI)Guilty verdicts were returned late Tuesday against two former officials of President Nixon's re election campaign on charges arising from the breal_t.-in and bugging last June at Democratic Party headquarters. Id news briefs warplanes flying a mission ov e r Syria Tuesday and chased them into Lebanese airspace, Syrian military spokesmen said. It was the firs t air incident since Jan. 8 when Israeli planes struck deep into Syria at commando and military installations .!J'f,Gs:f 4 1' The conviction of Nixon aides G. Gordon Liddy and James W. McCord Jr. wrote an end to a chapter in one of the most bizarre incidents in American political history. Stennis shot WASHINGTON (UPl)-Sen. John Stennis, D-Miss:, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, was shot and seriously wounded in an apparent robbery attempt evening outside his Washington home. / He was rushed tO Walter Reed Army Medical Center he pnderwent_ surgery. Police said Stennis, 71, was shot twice, in the left rib cage and the left leg, and that while his condition was serious it did not appear life-threatening. Data concealed LOS ANGELES (UPl)-The defei;ise accused the government at the Pentagon Papers trial Tuesday of concealing documents bearing on the innocence of Daniel Ellsberg and asked that the man who allegedly suppressed the information be flown here from Washington. Bickering SAIGON (UPl)-The fournation Vietnam cease-fire supervisory commission met for three hours Tuesday, but was unable to move into the field to investigate cease-fire violations because of bickering between the South Vietnamese and their Communist advisaries Space rendezvous CAPE KENNEDY (UPl) Veteran astronaut Thomas P. Stafford, hardluck pioneer Donald K. Slayton and rookie Lance D. Brand Tuesday were named to fly to a historic earth orbital rendezvous and linkup with two Russians m 1975. Asian support MIDEAST (UPl)-Syrian fighter planes intercepted Israeli Mild tremors MEXICO CITY (UPl)-A strong earth tremor shook this \ capital Tuesday afternoon, knocking out traffic lights and sending frightened office workers scurrying into the streets. First reports indicated it caused only minimal damage. Airliner down OSLO (UPl)-A DC9 afrliner belonging to the Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) crashed into the sea hear Fornebu airport fi\'e miles outside Oslo Ti.iesday night, airport sources said. o r it N { p Y!l fGl f q., f f:g j ,. 413 .f' E -&-tr eP -G-'t 'l! I' .f s -9/}. ef Divers to look for oldest bones TALLAHASSEE (UP1)-State divers'_. wi!l start retnevmg Monday from W arni Springs in the hope that Another CAPE KENNEDY (UPI)-A they will turn out to be the earliesthuman r-emains recovered in the Eastern United f Io rid a news briefs 22-year-old mathematician from Baltimore has become the first .fJ' T : States. ':. Leaf"mold materials retrieved fr9m site eai;-lier arid tested make 'the' : chances of a prime archeologi-cal discovery according to the State DiVision of Archives. .Overh,uilding. ; TALLAHASSEE / (UPI)Florida Tourism Director Morris . DOONE.SBURY Ford told a House committee Tuesday that the central Florida building boom touched off by Walt Disney World has produced a dangerous glut of hotel and motel rooms in the Orlando area. .. Academy Monday TALLAHASSEE (UPl)-Gov Reubin Askew said Tuesday he'll ask, .theLegislature to by Garry TrUdeau Tlw Oradt' is the official sh1dent-edi1td newspaper of the University of Sou'th .Florida and is published four times weekly. Tuesday through tluUl'uelemit period September through mid-June; h<;iee the ueuclemit )ea r period mid-June through August, by the of South Florida. -1202 Fowltr Aw., Tampa Flu. 33620 Opinions txpress<'cl in The Oracle ure those of the editors or o,._lhe wriltr and not those of the lJniversih of South Florida. Address corrtspondence lo The Orutle, Luu 472: Tampa, Fla., 33620. The Oracle is entered as Second Class mailer at the United States Post Offi(,. al Tampa, .Fla. an!l printed by Peerl_ess Printers Inc., Tampa. The Oracle resencs the right to regulate the typographical tone of all adverti&cments and to revise or turn away copy it considers objectionable. Subscription rate i s 8i'. p e r ) cur or for Qtrs I 2. 3: 81 for Qtr. l. appropriate funds to build a con_troversial state police academy to "help in the fight against crime." woman to spend a night on a U.S t C1ounty money ...-8 pm TAT ,..p / TA,.,LAHASSEE (UPI)-p FRIDAY Navy missile submarine at sea. Checks are being mailed out + SATURDAY CJ. New criminal rules Tuesday tb coi,mties to make up Free Friday Night TALLAHASSEE (UPl)-N.ew their tax loss fromlheadditional o SATURDAY l f l $5,000 Homestead Exemption -,.,_ 5 o < ru es o crimina procedure, granted to persons over the age ;J'q. . . f including one aimed at of 65 by the Legislature. The a encouraging judges to release .f by SEAC J more accused persons without to $10. 8 ?,. AJ'l:, .... J1,JlP bail while awaiting trial, were .. -----------------------.. made final by the Florida Supreme Court Tuesday. Realignment TALLAHASSEE (UPI)Calling for an environmental reorganization without creation of an ecological super agency, the head of the state's Land Management said Tuesday all dredge-fill permitting functions should be consolidated in the Pollution Control J?epartment. V-P Riggs on 'Access' tonit11 Dr. Carl Riggs, vice president for Academic Affairs, will be the guest tonight on Acess, WUSF's telephone show. . I Access will begin at 6:30 p.m., on WUSF-FM, 89.7. Another member of the University community will be interViewed by a stude .nt panel on Emphasis, at 7 p.m., on WUSF, channel 16. P('-lD POLl'FI CAL ADVERTISEMEN T Amplifier Clinic ,Thursday Friday -Saturday Feb. 1-2-3 Bring your and. Receivers for FREE Audio Analysis 4962 Busch Plaza Shopping Cen .ter 5 min. from USF (next to A&P) Ph: 988-9105 Elect a V.P. committed_ to working on specific policy changes and services. I have the experience to put in-to practice your best suggestions for our community. As V.P. I will lead the senate to work for needed changes, not to debate natiol_:'al politics. Elect someone to work for you. ': :, .. r .. -. ' '_/ .'-.. .

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County lawyers present student housing seminar ACT NOW! Legal problems will b e discussed at a landlord :a nd tenant seminar pres ente d by four Hillsborough Count y lawyers on Feb, 6at 7: 30 p m ., in the UC Ballroom Two Tampa attorney s, Tom Henderson and Steve S e ssum s, will discuss landlord -tenant laws from the landlord's perspe c tive MALORY Frier and anothe r attorney from Law, Inc., an organization serving the indigent will deal with landlord tenant laws from the tenant's viewpoint "I hope that our students will be interested in both of the se perspectives Dan Waibolt, assistant vice president for student affairs, said. W albolt and Gary Palmer, 3 POL-COM have been planning this seminar since last quarter. ,. HCan theyjust come in and put you out on the street?'' . Dan W albolt They said after the lawyers make their presentations, students will have a chanc e to a s k questions WALBOLT, who will moderate the seminar said he hoped the questions would be of "general concern and "not about particular situations." He said it would not b e et h ical for the lawyers to give out "free legal advice." The seminar will concentrate on questions such as "who makes judgements as to when you have violated the term s of the lease; and wh e n it s a y s tenants will b e ord e rl y and not constitute a nui sance, can the y just come in and put y ou out on the street? Walbolt sa i d. He said most area l e as e s ar e of the "boiler plate" t y pe : one either signs them or on e do e s not become a tenant. So the seminar is not designed to h e lp .students negotiate the t e rms of their leases with their landlords, but to help them the provisions. "One of the groups we are driving for are the prospective tenants,". Palmer s aid purchase your Senior Yearbook 200. LAN 472. We. have tried to convince you that: to wedded life No. 1. Florida students have no control over the workings of their universities. No. 2. For Florida students needs to be met they must have a say in the operations of their unive rsities. .. No. 3. The student governments of universities are separate harmless, creations of the state university system to make students think they have a voice in their operation. A dis c ussion group expl p ring the alternatives to traditional marriage will begin Thursday in AOC 201. The purpose of the "alternatives" rap session is to provide a cbance for men and women to discuss marriage roles and problems involved when live together "MANY TIMES students _New operat_ ors to aid USF 1h _elpline' Helpline will be recruiting new phone operators during training programs Feb 3 and 4 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. in th e Fires i de Lounge . Helpline offers informational and referral services, called-in queries concerning drugs, c r i si s intervention, academic arid data a:bout USF and th e Tampa Bay community. All c alls are confidential and no re c ords are kept. Currently about 3 0 p e opl e work co-ed teams during 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. weekda ys and 24 hours on week e nds. Course c redit is availabl e for work on H e lpline H e lplin e numbers are 974-2555 and 255 6 whi c h i s Woman's Line. LUTZ PAINT & BODY SHOP The place to have y ou car repaired correctly. 907 129th Ave. PH. 971 1 11 5 come to college and discover they have many questions about relationships," said Carole Spring, student. organizations advisor. "Many-others become lonely and rush int o marriage and it doesn t turn out to be pie-in the sky life they expected." The sessiOns will be directed by Dr. Mike Lillibridge and Dr. Gary Klukken, coun s elors for \ tlie USF center for Human Developement. This is the second se s s ion of "Marriage and it' s Alternatives to be offered to USF students . SPRING said the dis c ussion sessions are open to anyone who feels the need to verball y explor e the alternatives to traditional marriage. "Students want to kn d w how their peers fee l and what to expect," Dr. Lill i bri d g e said. "We need to know h o w t o r e l a t e to others in a relation s hip a nd that is what life i s all ab out," said Dr. Lillibridge. I i I I I I i i f i N -o. 4. Florida students will have L they will be listened t.'o When they actively form their own representation and speak with one statewide voice on issues of concern to all st.udel'.'ts. No. 5. A Student Union is the It can begin right here, today. UNION President X TIM MOORE Vice-Pres X DENTl-SE. PEARCEY PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT Colleg e of Busines s Student Advisory Boa r d urg e s all students t o vote today 1n Student Government Elections -) ; I I 1 I i I I lt-ll-ll-ll-ll_l._,_._4_11-Cl ___ ____ 3 -llI I W

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.. : 4 'THE ORACLE -JANUARY 31, 1973 -ORACLE------------------it I I 1Nevv' SG .needs students' aid, Sechen, Levine Should Student Government continue to exist in its form? Or should it be scrapped in favor of some new type of student representation? That would be the first decision for an yone who takes a couple of minutes to vote today. Granted it is not the most weighty question to ever be considered. But if you believe students need and deserve some sort of formal and officially recognized representation, then the query merits a little attention. DESPITE the inflated calims of the candidates there is obviously no perfect system. And contrary to much apparent belief there is not going to be any magical shift in power. No matter who is elected or how large the vote, Mackey, Howell and the rest of the gang are not suddenly going to abdicate their positions. One of the alternatives being proposed is a Florida Students Union. It is a grandiose scheme and its would consist of students from all the state universities. It is based on the falacious assumption that the larger the mass of st_udents making demands, the more "bargaining power'' they will have. But nothing substantial has been put forth as a form of this power." Students lack some of the basic economic pressures that Peal unions can exert. Another major alternative is the platform which would seekto further develop the College Council It is not clear why it would be so innately superior to .the present arrangement. The success of it would still basically depend on the enthusiasm of the represen tatives. And there is no reason to believe it would be any better than under the present foru"i of SG. feel Joe Chaitkin's proposal to in' crease the contributions of tl:ie College Councils has some merit. The GotinciL is and has made substan tial .contributuons in the past. However, we can not fully recommend that it replace the -present form1 of SG representation through the legislature. WE BELIEVE the position of President should be an integral part of any system. A responsible and hardworking executive branch with substantial powers can go a long way in makii;ig students' views heard. The present framework of SG provides the opportunity for a president to make his influence felt but he must have the cooperation of his vice pr_ esi .dent branch is to operate at maximum efficiency ... A facet of this efficiency should be the reorganization necessary to insure that SG remains a representative and effective student voice. teamwork experience in the executive branch of our Student Government, we "feel the candidates who. have the maturity, experience and required to best make SG work are Robert Sechen and Mark Sechen has served well as Secretary of Resident Affairs ap. excellent job when he served as Secretary of Finance. He proven to be a tireless worker on behalf of all students, whatever the problem. He has demonstrated his ability to persuade without and that has proven invaluable in dealing with the administration and regents. 1 Levine has also gained valuable working experience by serving as a SG Senator and as President of the College Council. His knowledge of that body should be bel"l:eficial as SG strives lD improve ifoelf. We urge you to consider voting for Sechen and Levine. "AS I Ul'{DE'RSTNIP l'f, A PEMOc'.RACY, WJ..fl>:r'EVER Tl-IAT IS, S/...VEP us F!\DM SOMEnUNG CALLED COMMUNISM, WHATEVER 1HfIT rs" Consider the Candidates Editor: In consideration of the many candidates rurining for office I have listened the campaign offers I". have noted in many campaigns the "Chicken.in every Pot" promise. I hope the students that vote in the Jan. 3l election will take into consideration what can actually be done. Since, as we all know Student has very limited power all of which"_can be controlled by the administr.ation, let us take tnto considera tion what the will allow to. happen on this campus. Do not allow yourself to be led astray by pro"mses of transit or in. creased power of the present type .of Student Government. Investigate these candidates, where are they getting the funds for all these fantastic programs? Are they at all possible? M ake sure you are voting for a fesiable candidate, one that will niake fact out of his campaign. Marjie Slater 4AMS ( lttters poHcy] Tht{ Oracle welcomes lettei:s to the editor on all topics. All letters must be signed and include the writer'.s student classification and' telephone -. number. Names will be withheld upon requegt. (letters l 'Hypocrisy' Editor: On the Editorials and Commentary of Wednesday's Oracle appeared a complaint that the notorious new parking lot is taking up funds r_ieeded b y the library. Granted, it cannot be a_rgued that the library needs more money for operations ..._ Looking to the top of the same page, the rea(ier will find another comment dealing with the high rate of bicycle theft on the USF campus In this corrimen:t, 'the author suggests that a bicycle compound be constructed in the dorm This he later recomhiends, could be built with funds .appropriated by the University, and patrolled by full-time student guards, paid, presumably, from University monit:s Why not take more money from the Library and let's get our bicycles protected? After all, bicycles are a necessary part of education, an:d so should be a responsibility of. the Universiqr. Another Oracle hypocrisy. Jack Mangold 4 ACC -Real issues Letters s hold 'be typewritten triple; spaced. The editor reserves the right to edit or shor.ten letters. Editor: In order that the issues of this campaign can be seen with better clarity, I feel certain points should be brought out. In the area of which unfortunately is the core of the Sechen-L evine platform, the items kicked around as issu es are false. The items of a ma!'1s transit system, upda_ted off-campi,ls handbook, and expansion of pr. esent off-campus referral service are already irt the works. I am sure campaign promises will be k ept since these promises ate already being by others. to hear some new services proposes This practice, however ,' has been quite common in past hope that the students of U5F have gro wn tired of the same old story and will this time consider real issues and vote in real student government executives that will work for the students, not for getting into law or the : administration. / . John Kilcrease 4ART Fine Arts SG Legislature This public document was promulgated at ari annu-al cost of $14 7 ,208.42, or 9ce per copy, to disseminate news. to the students, staff and of the University of South Florida. (Forty: per cent of the per issue cost is offset by advertising revenue.) ,,,,,,l l thr 0 RAC L E .. m ..... ... :::: 11 ..Sports Editor l>A \ID MOOHM .\Y\ .\d'i"1r LEO STAL'i.\h.EH ::: . .. .. : : ANP A p A CEMAKER A WA RD 1967 J 969 DEADLINES: (;tneral ntw,. p.m. r.,; following issue. Adnrtising, (with proof) Thursday noon . .i.: for Tut"la, ;,,11, Frida" noon for Wedne,;da\' iss11t'. uoon for Thursday issue. Tuesday noon for Fri tl1n. txtcn;letl one dn" without 0pronf. Oassified ach will b e taken 8 to noon two days i __ :;:: ACP.ALL-AMERJC.AN SINCE 1967 l,..for;. puhlication. in persoi1 or with payment thelosed. AdYertising rates on request. phone 974-:: :: 2620, Monda" throu!;(h 8 a.111. to 5 p..01. : ... r'.,..;, '. -''-I -. -'-:' :-;:. __ -.._ ,':: ..,

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THE ORACLE.. 5 Election today pits many qualified foes Students voting today will choose from a slate of six presidential candidates, five vice presidential candidates and 32 candidates vying for 29 Student Senate seats. Those elected today will take office beginning next quarter'. Newly-elected senators will receive certificates of election during a Senate meeting tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the UC Ballroom. STUDENT Government candidates for president are Tom Aplin, Arthur Bullard, Joe Chaitkin, Bill Davis, Tim Moore, and Robert Sechen. Candidates for vice pr e sident are Mark Levine, Ri c hard Merrick Dentise Pearcey, Rodney Presley, and Marty Zolno CORRECTION USF's Health Center has three full-time physicians and one part-time physician who works on Tuesday and Fridays. In a story last \Vednesday on the outbreak of flu on c ampus we report e d the staff consisted of four part-time physicians The Oracle regrets th e error. *** * The Intensiv e Tutoria l Office is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., in SOC 377. Candidates for Senate, list e d by College, are: College of Business District 1 (Accounting, Finance and Economics) Fredrick Jacobi, E. \V. Ralston, and Jeff Davis e lect two. District 2 (Management, Marketing and Business) Barry Levine, Steve Downing, Mike Einstein, and Edward Charles elect two. College of Education District 1 (Elementary Education)-Peggy Robinson and Jeannine Brasher-elect three. District 2 (Speech Ed., ENMD, Mental Retardation Early Childhood and Special Ed ) no candidates elect one. District 3 (Secondary Ed and Physical Ed.) Jeff Crisman elect two. District 4 (Adult Ed., Guidance, Visual Library Ed., and Distributive Ed.) Elaine Carlyle eiect one. College of Engineering (all one district) Michael Crew and Douglas MacPherson ele c t two. College of Fine Arts (all one Dale Broadfield elect one. College of Language Literature District 1 (English, Speech, Speech/English) Larr y Fl e gle elect one. District 2 (French, German, Modern Languages, AMS, Philosophy Religion, Classi c s ....._,,. ::ye: -:\. t' .::,/. ,.::: ,, ,.._ """ "For Tires quality with p r ice 100% free replacement warranty -if our tire becomes defective during t he life of the tire due to workmanship or materials it will be replaced free of charge -passenger cars only. Visit our new outlet at 7500 E. FOWLER where we. have a complete service facility including alignment at $8, 95 for most American cars and $11. 95 for most pickups -if you have ride problems come in and get an expert opinion at no obligation all work satisfaction guaranteed or your money cheerfully refunded. 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Education Council -OLNO FOR V P Publicity director, Pep band . . Secretary, TAU Epsilon Phi Paid Political Ad. USF ARTIST SERIES FRIDAY & SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9 & 10 UNIVERSITY THEATRE 8:30 P.M. T I CKETS: $3.00 :-USF F ULL TIME STUDENTS $1.50 ON SALE NOW! BOX OFFICE 1: 15-4:30 P.M WEEKD AYS FLA. CENTER FOR THE ARTS

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6. THE ORACLE JANUARY 31, 1973 Classic Greek myth Opera Workshop performs Gluck By Vivian_ Muley Entertainment Editor A concert version of the classic opera "Orpheus and Euridice" by Gluck will be performed by an all-student cast from USF's Opera Workshop, Thursday through Saturday. "The opera contains some of the greatest music in all opera," Mu' sic arts Prof. Everett Anderson, director and conductor of the productiori said, "The music itself is the virture of opera." production will be performe' d without stage movement or costumes and therefore will' place a great demand on the singers. The .. : . smgers vmces must convey, without the aid of theatrical spectacle, all the emotions of the ,,... . -'mUSIC characters in the legendary Greek tale, Anderson said. Anderson said the theme of the Greek myth is the most famous in music annals. "It has performed at least 35 to 40 times," he saiq . THE PLOT tells -of the legendary Greek singer, Orpheus. "His srngrng was so beautiful," Anderson said, ''.that it charmed the trees, the animals, all of nature." When his wife, Euridice, is bitten and killed by a snake, Orpheus braves the terrifying monsters of the Underworld. and experiences the beauties of the Elysian Fields, the abode of the Blessed Dead. "His singing is so beautiful that he is able to bring Euridice bac .k," Anderson said. -World of animation offers un.ique concepts, decisions controversy among educators," By Vivian Muley Entertainment Editor [f 1 ] he said mockingly, "because it 1 m s causes you to laugh and if you . fail in school you should be .. T}iere's a who!e world of ; . . beaten. animation that goes beyond the The cartoon is a mirage of Donald Duck concept, according THE. FIRST an1mated f1.lm--b f num ers, geometric igtires, and t o : Robert Carr . D ocu menta ry "Cosm1c Zoom" --from the h Id l B h t e go en rectang e. ut t e Film lecturer and Jiost of the National Film Board of Canada 1 underlyitig motive of bringing Forum. was. a simple, yet most kids back to school is o! extreme j\nd anyone who missed imaginative, display of Eva Szasz importance and seriousness to Tuesdayafteroon's animation drawings of a boy on a boat with the film, Carr said. program may have m issed the his dog, a mosquito on the boy'!!. THE MOST crucial filmt. o U:nderstand what the arm and an enlargement and Paul and his lonely animation projection of the world; A filmers' "A Funny Thing all about re. versa! of the film made for an Happened on the Way to to vote and de cide even nfore unique pattern of Golgotha" turned out to he the :'whether : a new film 1'never seen filmmaki:ng, something that can at their w orsL The he;e 'is worth the OI;ily be done with animation. film; at USF on a trial basis, is J]nivei:sity's purchase. "The film is animation at its just a collection of quick shots . -. . . . simplest,'1 Carr Salq. "It is the and a little man carying a cross as ,l,: .... --A : ... rt-_. ,.,, p r .in t \ skill of the fingers, and dream he walks through them. the mind 11.nd the ability to have C&rr said, the students must ... 1 ; infinite patience.;, v ote on 1 I b :\rep The next film, a Walt Disney can't ' was even. more visually members." L-to: b e sold caMivating. "Donald Duck in ."Student power is what's Mat li MagicLand'' proved to be a going to change this university,," }_ of all the unique approach t o solving a he said. "The purpose of this major painters' masterpieces will problem. forum is to your and may be . C;\RR, WHQ. wor-ked revolutionary consciences:" ;and difeQtor of educational research AND.. IN a 20. to four vote, fr9m_ lO p.m : in the. UC at Walf. Disney : Productions for with a few undecided, the \{al(, between tbe four years, said the film was students decided that the film 1 Ceriter : and the . made specifically for. high school Vi as ' u t t e r I y w i th o u t . students who dropped out of educational significance" and. Renoir, school because they couldn't recommended that the film be .Dali., Wyeth'. and Picasso are understand the new math. sent. back without any costs. to -bhly-1a : of.. the renownc:d "The film caused great the university or the : taxpayers. .artists to be represented when Mary and Dan 'tw\o art sellers from .the Bronx fo New\ York, present their fine quality to be leafed through and perhaps More than one of each will displayed on 'beavy white paper. A few prints are on canvas including Van Gogh's "Starry Night." ; The prints can be purchased \ for $2.25 or three for $6 . The ;,e;anvas prints will run about twice as much. The paintings were on display last week at USF' s St. Pete C..ampus and St. Petersburg's Eckerd College The Pep Band is sposoring the event to raise funds for equip1Dent. YOU TOO, CAN ENJOY THE HIGHl:ST STANDARD OF QUALITY COUNT ON' SPOTLESS TO _.DELIVER THE BEST. CRAFTMANSHIP AT COMPETITIVE PR.ICES SPECIAL: a ibs. of budget DRY CLEANING for (GoO:.d only at University Plaza Plant) 21 Samtone (rrtifird Mn!:lrr TJr.11rlronrr Anderson said the singers in the three-act-production are "the best singers in the school." The singers include Kristine Ryan and Mary Jane Matheny, alternating as Orpheus; Mary Martin and Lynn Pascual, alternating as Eurdice; Anne Clark and Mary Diana, alternating as Love; and Frieda Holland and Betsy Wiggins, alternating as A Blessed Spirit. The University -Repertory Chorus will also appear. The University Orchestra, with orchestra perparation by associate music arts prof. Nelson Cooke and rehearsal accompaniment by Robert Rodgers, will provide the live accompaniment. Tickets for the 8: 30 p.m. in the Theatre Centre (TAR 130), are $1 for the public, and 50 cents full-time students. They are available at the Theatre Box Office, ext. 2323. IT'S Need help? Cliff Notes and Monarch Notes From 1W Lime PROFcSSOR BOOKCcNTCR Floriland Mall Florida Ave.&Busch Blvd. Open 7 days 935-4647 "C E L E B R A T I 0 N W E E K" AT. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH HELP us ... "CELEBRATE LIFE" "CELEBRATE JOY" "C El E B R A TE L 0 V E" 1C E LE B R A TE C H R I S T" c 0 M E AT: HEAR: FIRST B!\PTI ST CHJRCH mm 5611-i STREET TE1'flE TERMCE, FLDRIJll\ JIM WIL.Srn FOLtIDER OF 11-lE "flGAPE1 rvUSE IN DRLANOO SFfAK ON FEBRUllRY 31. JIWUl\RY L 2. & 3 AT P.M. AND SuNoAv. FEBillitiRv 4 AT 11:00 A,M, JIM WJL.Srn IS A GRAOliATE OF SotmiffiN SE.MltWlY' HAS \\ORKED WITI-l 11-iE ScHooL OF EVANGELiSM, AND LED EVANGELISTIC CRUSADES AND RALLIES, TRIWSPffifATIOO AVAILABLE. CAl.l If you want Stud 'ent Government to commu,nity proiects such as student legal aid bicycle paths on 131 st child care center outdoor concerts & cultural events ... If you want SG to be more 'than a 'high budgeted service club; more than a stepping stone for aspiring young p9liticians... If you want sensitive Student Government; one that will work intelligently for student rights and a humanized university ... Then vote, and get your friends to vote, today. In your college building. AN ALTERNATIVE BILL DAVIS S.G. President PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT

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JANITORS, PART-TIME, MORNING WORK 6:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m., or 6 a . m.-9 a.m Alsohaveopeningnight work6p.m.-9 p m., job located V2 mi. from USF, call Crystal Cleaning 872-2729. 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. WAN TED : Male Vide 6 Tape Operator $2.00 an hr. begin immediately-Has to have mornings free and access to car Call Lynn 9742100. ext. 223. Now accepting applications for summer camp counselors at Pinewood for boys and' gids in Henderson, N.C. Conservat\ve, clean cut students applv to Box 4585, Normandy Branch, Miami Beach, Fla. 33141. Waitresses over 21 needed. Temple Terrace Pizza Hut. Good pay, free pizza. 988-0008. SEAC office needs light man for coffeehouse and major events. CWSP preferred but not essential. Ext. 2637 or UC 159. Waitresses pt or fulltime, nights 5:30 p.m. to closing. Must be 21. Apply in person. 8426 N. Florida Avenue. Phone lnte;viewers Part Time Sl.65 plus Bonus : Work from our office during hours 9-1or 5-9 (flexible) for Appl. pnone 877-9583 8 a.m.-noon, I Part-time work for students as carrier for afternoon delivery of the Tampa Times motor route, 6 days a wk. No Sundays. Must have reliable & furri, moderate cash bond. Call Sam . Perrone at 224;7748 between 9 a.m & 5 p.m Mon. thru Sat. Growing young firm requires 4 men part tinie. Earn top pay for fun type work. F1exible working hours. 2 interviews at 11 a.m. & 3 p.m, Rm. 370 Soc. Jan. 31 SHELL CAR WASH 50th & Busch Blvd. Now taking applications. Midnight-8 a.m. shift & parttime Male, female neat. NORRELL TEMPORARY SERVICE Students earn extra !! All skills needed typist, file clerks, light labor Many jobs avaiiiible, Flexible hours. Payday Fri. No fee 872 7865. FOUND! Bird Dog Around Chem, Bldg. Contact Humane Society. Phone 8797138, FOUND! Green wallet belonging to Valerie Morvan. Please call Karen 2236823 WAN TED: 2 riders to Calif., share expenses and driving in a campervan. Must be able to leav e within l week Willing to tour with the right (on) people 971-2456 or 77 3-0855 A. C. 305. an cha 0 os co n I ra cl. Can mov e in F eb. o r Quarter l I l. Contact Sheldon Apt. No. 9712052. LaMan c ha Dos $ 75-mo (pe r p e r s on) incl util. 4 b e d luxur y townhou ses. Pool s, TV, billard s. pin ball, parties. Mov e in now o r make re se rvation s for l a t e r On e bloc k from IJSF 971 -0100. M a l e Room male n ec J<'d' M y roommate s plit & I n ee d som con1 Ill s h a r e luxury 1.-BH Apl. near ca111p11s R en! $75 mo. Plu s ulilitit:s. I' II. 97 1 7289 after 6 p.m. Apartm e nt for r e nt. Male want e d l o 1ak1 ovr:r m y l ease. Th e l e asr e xpires in Mid June. The r e nt i s $8:{ p e r monl h. Call Jim 971-5548. I will C't1slompinslripeyo11r1.,H $IO I' Lall Uru1 1 9HB-l '):il>. Get into SCCA Racing H ea l y Bugev e Sprite completely race pr e pared w/trailer. Will be g lad to l e nd tech. personal experience. $ J 000 Alle n Adderley 988-7958. '66 VW Bug. New engine! Runs CREA T, FM radio, "Alice" good owner. On! y $600 Call 226-7342 after 6 p.m. ask for Chri s or Bruce. 1970 VW convertible, R / H Factory AC, Rebuilt engine-A rip off at $1275.00 Call 971-6162, '66 Cu tlass Olds. convertible . Excellent condition, w/stereo 8-track & am-fm radio, Call Ray 988-9326. Will accept best offer. 1972 350cc 'Harley Davidson Sprint Low Mileage 971-7662. '71Honda350 excellent condition $650 or best offer. Call Ray 988-9326. COMPUTER PHOGRAMMl;'lj<.; Also Systems Design. Fast, Reasonable. 251-6390 H PING SERVICE. IBM Selectric. Termpapers, thesis letters and other. 10 min from U.S.F. Call Lore Schmoll 971-2673, PROFESSIONAL TYPIST TURABIAN, USF, etc Term pap e rs. theses, etc. IBM typewriter, elite or pica w/type changes 5 minutes from USF. 971 6041 after p .m. L.S .A ; T, Complete Review Course LAW . SCHOOL ADMISSION IS HIGHLY COMPETITIVE. BE PREPARED!! American Educational Services Tampa 971-0997, If no answer call Miami 1-305-651-3880 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 xtra money in your spare lime working for xtra special companies WORK A DAY-AWK. OR MORE Never a fee. Call Anne 877-5861, 1211 N Westshore Suite 310 TIME-SAVER The "roughest" draft beautifully typed. College grad with knowhow. 40 cents a page or $2.50 an hour. Campus pickup. 933-4814; 932-4132. TYPING-FAST & NEAT, ACCURATE. IBM Selectric All types of work. 5 minutes from USF. Nina Schiro, 11110 N, 22nd St. 971-2139. If no answer, 2353261. 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 on! y $289.00, United Freight Sales 4712 N. Armenia. Mon-Fri 9-9; Sat. to 6. Cassette Stereo-Recorder with two speakers, microphones set of h ea d phones and 29 cassette tap es. V e ry good condition and a good d eal. Call D e bb y 988-1086. SINGER SEWING MAC HINES These ma c hines hav e n e v e r b ee n u se d and are e quipp e d l o Zig Zag. mak e buttonhol es, sew on button s, mon og ram & much mor e Onl y $4 9.95 al: Unile J Fr e ight Sa l es. 4712 N. Armenia. Mon. thru S at. 9 7 Do y ou you h ave a l over'1 Th<' hl's l Val e ntin e is a c har coal p o rtrait. l do !h e m rrom 10 111111. pho lo ,;i11i11g s d eliver in l wk. Call Lois 97 1 . (J2 Mi. $ 15-$25 W e are proud to anno11nce 1lw hirth n f a n e w lit l c r or IHl S H SE lTEH:-; o ut ofTally d oo11's Gav Ma11tlyy Tri v .,lda Corrigan o f Dunholm 4 lianrl sume lad s and 5 gorgeous l assie s o f s 1qwrior qualit y Wh clpe J .Ian. S, '7:1-H1:,;1:r valitJ11s a crn11lt:d. S 1 50-l7S 1J49I T\S.r W a t e rbed pedastel and fram es sanded. stained and installed $80.00 Furth e r info call 988-8705 after 6 p.m. Need to sell Fontana Hall contrac t for Qtr. II & III. Call Nancy 835-7571, 5-9. Sofa Bed for sale. Condition i s halfwa y between excellent and awful. Call 9861717. Mobile home 197112x64 Kimberly 2BR, Form Din Rm, Shag carpet ; F/F Ref, Washer & Dryer, Furn or Unfurn, Choice lot in nice park, landscap ed. Info call 8-1393 New home 10 min to USF. Walk into entrance foyer & then into a 24xl4 LR & DR; from there into a very large fully equipped kitchen which incl."\DW, GD, self-cleaning O ven. Cabinets galore & a large pantry. Fam. Rm. is next to Kit. & dwn. hallway are 3 large Br's & full size B'S'. W /W shag carpeting through out. Cent. H/A, oversize DBL gatage You must see! Call Pauline Ferraro, Assoc Tampa Realty Inc. Ofc. 879-5700 Res. 876-0350, NEW FRIENDS Thru computer dating . Why a lonely evening ever again? Let modern technology organize you social lif e. We have new friends eager to be introdu ced to you. Send $3 for application and m inimum of 3 new friends Imm ediate results. Write to New Friends P.O. Box 22791 Tampa 33622. Graduate student urgently ne e ds qui e t cleai;i -cheap (around $75) living space. Will apt. house or trailer within 15 miles of campi.ts. Call Jim 971-5548. FREE CO CK T Al LS all evening for SINGLES 21 & over every Fri. al 570 S. Mac Dill. Low admission incl free drinks, hor d'oeuvres great bands. For info 251-3030. QUARTER, the University Journal needs: staff-faculty or students essays, poetry, reviews-subscribers send 25 cents to GSU CTR459 or call Mark, ext. 2741. To morro:w! Buy a Dali, Chagall, Homer art print at the GIANT ART PRINT SALE-over 1000 cliff. prints-only S2.25 each, 3 for $6. UC Mall, Feb. 1-9 Are you a Jewish girl? Do you stay here alone on the weekend? Well if the answer is yes, and you want to meet a Jewish boy, .Call 971-7519. Would you like to change tnis university? Work for student rights? Try S G. Sena .le. It has potential if you have energy. Run a write-in campa ign for yourself. Election is Jan. 31. THE ORACLE JANUARY 31, 1973. 7 Mart Crowley's Al...;.,,........;(X.wP, .... I SEAC -. LAN 103 Fri. Sat. 7:30 & 10 p.m: = with l.D. ENA Replace Student Gov' t. with College Councils VOTE Joe Chaitkin The future of S.G.lies.. in the College Councils which established in f;'aCh of the colleg e views and productive for a II students;.not iust few! By replacing S.G. with college councils it will allow students a aired outlet for their problems. Vote to help Joe Cha .itkin helpj you. PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT SEAC ANNOUNCES 7 Program Associ.ate Positions Now Available up to $300 per qtr. Applicatfons may be picked up Now with February 5th SEAC Office CTR 159 or Phone 2637 VOTE TOMORROW THIS IS THE SECOND HALF OF MY ADVERTISING. IF ALL I WANTED YOU TO REMEMBER WAS MY NAME, THAT'S ALL IT WOULD SAY. BUT THERE ARE THINGS I STAND FOR (LIKE A COMMUNITY, AND OFFERING STUDENT-RUN STUDENT-ORIENTED SERVICES) SO IF Yc;>U REMEMBER ME, REMEMBER THEM. THANKS. RICHARD MERRICK -+-c Cl> E Cl> "' "E Cl> > -0 0 STUDENT GOV'T VICE PRES : .o a.. :-Q' 0 a..

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8. THE ORACLE JANUARY 31, 1973 USF stopped, 108-95 By Dave Moormann Oracle Sports Editor USF fell behind by 21 points at the start of the second period last night and couldn t make it up as the Brahmans fell to Florida A&M, 108-95 The loss is the second in two nights for Coach Don_ Willians' basketball squad as USF slumps to 10-8 and the Rattlers increase their mark to 10-4. USF LED momentarily at the game's opening but soon dropped behind and only with a late splurge in the first half did it manage to go into halftime on the short end of a 53-49 score. Then the Rattlers, noted for their spe ed, out ran USF at the beginning of the second half and outscored them 20-4 to take a 7453 lead, their largest of the night. The Brahmans battled back to within nine points ofF AMU, but with 4:52 in the contest Fred Gibbs, who ended the game with 18 points, fouled out and USF lost its inside threljll. A JOHN Kiser shot with nearly a minute and a half left in the game did bring USF to within a short-lived seven point d efic it, 97-90, but the Rattlers ju s t dribbled the ball around the Brahmans and forced USF to foul them for the remaining moments of the game. John Andrews ofFAMU led all scorers in the contest with 30 points while Kiser was the leading Brahman shooter with 25. 18rahmans seventh in golf tournament USF which entered the game with hopes of receiving a berth in the NCAA Southern regional college division tourney at year's end could have lost its c hance with the defeat, But a win against West Florida Friday night which closes the three-game Brahman road trip and fine play the rest of the season may still help USF get a place in the tourney. The Lake Placid Invitational 1ast weekend supposed to mark the end of qualifying for the USF golf squad, butn it didn't solve many questions for Coach Wes Berner as the Brahmans placed seventh in the nine-team tourney. intramurals Men's Basketball Anything Will Be Good 64, Zips 60 F1IAC South 58, Sigma Nu White 29 Sig-ia Phi Epsilon 47, SAE 45. 'Beta 4 East 7.0, Beta 2 West 29. Basal's Gang, 46, Seven-up 14. Uptown All-Stars 62, Housing Staff 33. Beta 2 East 52, Beta 4 West 27. Game Point, 45, Dead Dog Dopies 44. Iota 2 100, Ze. ta 1 22 . Coed Volle y ball Fontana 2 2, Fontana 3 1. Fontana 5 7, Gamma 5 West 0 (forfeit). Bucks 2, F1IAC 0. Spikers 2, BCM 0 "The team could probably stay as it is," Berner said of Vince Head, Pat Lindsey, Ian Davidson, Jeff Abbot, John Purvis and Brian Hawke who played in the meet, but the Brahman coach wants a little more qualifying to improve the team. Of the linksmen who placed second in the NCAA college division tourney last summer Berner said, "The potential on -the team is good In the Lake Placid meet USF was led by Canadian newcomer Ian Davidson, who shot 300 as the team's total of 1219 was 70 off Florida's winning total of 1149 . The squad has two exhibition matches with Florida the next two Saturdays before a five-team match at Tampa's Pebble Creek Golf Course February 13. CENTURY-HEAL TH-STUDIO IV .OOti;, Sr:, TAMPA; FLI-' Fi.?Ol"l lJUS(:t1 COM.PLETE FAC,LITIES j::OA WEIG-HT TRAINING. A'ND 80l>Y BUJLDING t:.Jo PM ,_;loN. --FRI, U:30AM -5f30PM . ">l'TiJR. 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