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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)
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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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Next quarter: Break away from the 1CBS blues' By Andrea Harris Oracle Feature Editor examined in the context of society, people and the environment. The students learn that one man's diversion is another's work language, but how to do' it. and Heresy-HTY 381 -is a new history course about how heresy movements and witchcraft cults originated and why they were persecuted. Don't overlook some of the brighter and more unusual courses in making up your Qtr. 3 schedule. They offer a stimulating escape from the CBS Crittenden said there are "some aspects of academia" to the course, but most of the work is syndrome. . "THE GUY who goes fishing on Saturdays and Sundays considers that leisure, but some people fish for a living," Butler said. "We will have opportunities to talk to some deaf people during the term," he said. "We're going to try to find out what these are all about," Dr. Joseph DellaGrotte said. For example, the who, what and why of amusements from opera to X-rated theatre are dealt with in SSI 413, otherwise known as Leisure in Society. Dr. K. Nelson Butler said leisure is Sign language and finger spelling are the subjects of Dr. Jerry Crittenden's Manual Communication class, SAi 583. Students learn not only about sign GRADUATES of this course will be able to communicate effectively ("or at least on an elementary level," Crittenden said), with people. PSYCHOHISTORY .is another history department first, dealing with the psychology of behavior, DellaGrotte said. Another elective, Witchcraft Continued on page 3 thursdag's Vol. 7 No. 119 theORACLE February 22, 1973 8 pages Graduate film program okayed By Jack Carlisle Oracle Staff Writer USF gave the. green light yesterday to establishing a graduate film program, with the stipulation th(lt outside funds be sought to support the program. clear." RIGGS SAID the group adopted College of Language Literature Dean Philip Rice's proposal for the program, and outlined two main requirements: That outside funds be sought to finance the program; That action be taken to get an exemption from a new Board of Regents (BOR) ruling that could delay implementation of the program for a year. Horsman has been vying for a film department since early October. He recently called for an answer oni his propc;isal due to a BOR ruling that new programs must wait a year for planning before implementatfon. Riggs said an exception to the Feb. 1 deadline will be asked so the program can be started. 0rae1e ph*. by Rudy Poet Anton Ugandi ... here for Malcolm X tribute Dr. Carl Riggs, vice president for Academic Affairs, said he was "sure Dr. Horsman wouldn't be completely satisfied" with the decision to establish a graduate Mass Communications departmental program instead of establishing a separate department of film. "THERE IS just no way that that can be provided," Riggs said. "The lack of space and money make a separate department impossible." Tribute paid to Malcolm X Dr. Horsman gave a cool response to the two hour closed door meeting saying, "there remain some vague points in my mind. "Decisions have been shifted to the college level (from admin.istrative)," Horsman charged. "The nature of the program, staff available, dollars for labs, and my own personal position in the program aren't Malcolm X, Muslim and black leader, was honored yesterday during seminars that included films, speakers, poetry and songs. The life and ideas of Malcolm X were reviewed by Dr. Festus Ohalgbulam, acting director of Afro-American Studies, in a seminar at lp.m. "MALCOLM X was an international man," Ohalgbularn said. "He saw himself as a brother to all oppressed people. He died at the time his .movement was becoming international. "His background did not mark him out as a leader but his relation with the Nation of Islam did. He went through a very dramatic change. He came out of the ghetto to identify with Africa." Another seminar, on the UC mall, opened with a definition of black poetry by poet Anton Ugandi. Reading the poem "Black Is," Ugandi told the audience that "Black is ... Malcolm." WEARING A traditional dashiki and accompanied on the bongos by Lewis Baily and Poncho Anton, Ugandi c presented his poems ''Malcolm .Man," "Sixteen Nineteen" and "Soap, Operas." "The Aspirations," a group from the USF Black Gospel Choir sang four selections, including "To be Young, Gifted and Black." The group was accompanied on the piano by Wayne Leonard, direct?r of the Gospel Choir. EDWARD Cooper read "Sapphire," his creative writing about the black woman. Other seminars included two films, "Of Black History" (Part 1 and 2) an d "Slavery in the Seventies." The discussion during the films was led by Gary Finley, a member of the planningcommitteefor Malcolm X Day: "We owe a lot to Malcolm X because he restored our manhood," Finley said. "He made us face the fact that we are men. He was our majestic black prince." USF student injured at VA intersection / Byjack Carlisle "I HAVE no steady income, Oracle photo by John Ashcraft Trooper J.L. Hollany investigates ... crash sending two to hospital Oracle Staff Writer I'm paying out-of-state fees, and A USF student received I'm faced with this lack of multiple injuries in a two-car accident at 30th Street and Holly Drive yesterday morning, University Police reported. Her husband has been circulating petitions for a traffic light at that corner for over a month. REBECCA Anderson was admitted to University Community Hospital following the 9:20 a.m. accident with five broken ribs and a cracked pelvis, her husband Craig said. She was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign by Florida Highway Patrol Trooper J.L. Hollany. Also hospitalized was Gene Vasquet of Zephyrhills, according to police. protection every morning," Anderson said. The petition thing is really ironic, he said, adding 'Tm probably going to have to drop out of school to get out of this mess financially." The intersection, site of the VA Hospital, is slated for a traffic light "sometime soon," according to the Hillsborough County traffic engineering department. "A traffic signal was requested for the intersection at the end of 1971," a department offical said. "The light was approved 'b.y the state in July, 1972, and it should be installed sometime soon."

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2 TiIE (>RACLE FEBRUARY 22, 1973 Israelis down airliner t t t f UPI Report Israeli warplanes shot down a Libyan Boeing 727 airliner Wednesday, killing 74 of the 83 persons aboard, after it strayed over the occupied Si nai Peninsula and refused orders to land, a Tel Aviv military spokesman said. Egypt called it "an act of mass murder'.' and threatened Arab retaliation. Anti-trust suit WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Justice Department filed a civil suit Wednesday against the 4,400-member National Association of ...---------'--Securities D ea lers and 15 o th er defendants, charging a conspiracy to control the mutual funds trade. Prices to rise WASHINGTON (UPI)-President Nixon said Wednesday that food prices will continue to rise sharply "for some months to come,''. but that his economic policies should cause them to level off in the last half of 1973. florid a news briefs 11 migrants jailed for food stamp fraud TAMPA (UPl)--A family of 11 migrant workers was jailed here under tofal combined bond of $100,000 Wednesday, accused of frau4ulently acquiring federal food stamps in five Florida counties : _"The whole family has been traveling together and gotten us for about $52,000," said Bill Cross, a U.S. Department of Agriculture inspector at a hearing before U.S. Magistrate Paul Game Jr. Labor has better operation MIAMI BEACH (UPi)--AFL-CIO Pres. George Meany said Wednesday that his labor organization has a far more effective political machinery in 1972 than. either the Democratic or Republican National Committees. Speaking through an aide, Meany said the AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education (COPE) achieved its goal of "saving the Congress in the face of the Nixon landslide" victory over Democrat George S. McGovern in the Presidential race. Askew proposes rainy day mone_ y WINTER HA VEN (UPl)--Gov. Reubin Askew proposed Wednesday that Legislature earmark "$40 to $50 million" of a projected $300 million state surplus as a rainy day reserve to be left unspent. "It's my hope that the day has passed in Tallahassee when we raid our reserves on a whim, and set the stage for fiscal anarchy and higher taxes further dowri the road," he said. _New death penalty ruling sought TALLAHASSEE (UPI)Attorney General Robert Shevin took the first steps Wednesday to get a ruling on constitutionality of Florida ; s new capital punishment law. Shevin asked _that the question; in first degree murder cases in Orange and Dade counties, be certified to the State Supreme Court. COME GROW WITH COBB A representative from the Cobb County sc. hool system, a suburban school system in the Atlanta area, will be on campus interviewing prospective teacher$ February 27, 1973. . Ap pointments may .be scheduled through the Placement Office. Applicants who areunable to schedule interviews and are interested in employment in the Cobb County schools should contact: Cliriton J. Taylor Assistant Superintendent Cobb County Schools Marietta, Ga. Telephone 404 422-9171 Tiu Orl u l1 ;, lht offil"ial 'tudent-rdited ru, w spa1wr of tlw liniYcrsilY of I Florida and i'. puhlislwd fonr tim!'s W<'l'kh. luring: thr atultt1i(' .nnr periot.I !Stptcrnhtr lhrnugh lwi t't.' during lhc Ut.'adrn1i(' 1wriful 111id-Junt throuf.dl ..\ugu!"'l. lht I ninr,it' of South Flori
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Senior Students ma y g e t involved in tutoring or community se rvi ce as substitutes to senio r s eminar, according t o Gar y Y e llin director of lnte nsi v e Tuto rial (IT) CBS 401-000 i s off e r e d pa ss fail and i s op e n to any sophomor e, junior or s e nior There ar e no r e gularl y sc h e dul e d class meetings. STUDENTS sel e ct an advisor and arrange th e cours e grading and r e quir e m e nts with seminar him A suggested l i st of advi sors is provid e d but other fa c ult y memb e rs ma y be c onsid e red. Y ellin said th e grades ma y b e based on diarie s and p a per s a s well a s the tutoring. He sai d other community service proje c ts may be substituted for the tutoring. University Volunteer Servi c e s has 38 programs. Dr. Russell C o op e r who arranges the work s aid the student serves 6 t o 9 hours per Electives---Continue d from page l "We try to understand it (history) in terms of social psy c hology," he said Aldous Huxle y's "The Devils of Loudun" is one of the cours e r e adings Geolog y of Our Nation s Parks takes students from the volcanoes of Hawaii to the underwater reefs of the Florida Keys with "lots of color slides,'' Dr. Edward O 'Donnell said HE SAID color slides plus a catchy c ourse title are used to seduce students from "the other side of the c ampus. Students who enroll in GLY 3 7 l are in for a different approa c h: "We s ne a k up and tea c h geolog y in as painless a way a s pos s ible,'' O'Donnell s aid. Rock Mu s ic Survey will b e Blood needed for USF student Way ne Kallunki n ee d s your blood. The philosophy tea c hing assistant has been a n emic s in ce an a cc id e nt four months ago, and h e n e eds blood now. Blood c an b e d o nat e d a t an y a c cr e d i t e d blood bank but it should be stipulated that the blood is for Kallunki. Acc ording to hi s parent s a s long as blood of an y t y p e i s giv e n in his nam e Kall unki will receiv e blood of hi s t y p e Check cashing cut temporarily During th e Earl y R e gist ra ti o n p eriod F eb. 2 7-Ma r c h 2, c h ec k s will b e cas h e d at th e Boo k s t o r e on! y. Ch ec k s will not b e c a s h e d at the C a s hi e r's Offi ce during thi s p eri od. expanded to in c orporate other t y pes of popular American musi c if proposals ar e approv e d Dr. Gordon Johnson said He also said course c redits will probabl y change from two to three. Johnson said students of MUS 376 will now study white pop, bl ac k jazz and country a nd w estern in additi o n to ro c k mus i c ABOUT HALF the cla ss time is sp ent l i stening to the music he said, and the other half talking about i t Cla s s es discus s "how it fit ; into th e s o c i e t y at the time," he s aid. And all of the mu s i c isn t c anned. "We ha v e quite a few liv e p e rformances ,' Gordon said. So in betw ee n your Engli s h and calculu s class es next quarte r it might b e int e r es ting to sch e dul e a cla ss in fin ge r s p e llin g or ro c k mu s ic. Suburbanette Beauty Salon Distin c tiv e Hair Styling and personalized Style Cuts For M e n & Wome n 2211 E. Fletcher 971 "7432 ___ _,_ I Ti r e d o f b e i n g r ipped o/P W a n t to do I .some thi n g about i t ? S end your con s u m e r probl ems to T h e Muckrake r in c a r e o ( T h e O ra c l e LAN 472, Tam p a, .3362 0. I I I I I New Religious S t udies Courses Quarter Ill, 1973 ( B ecause o f on confusi on the f o l lowin g new d i d n o t appear u1 t he Sch e d ule o f Clo sse \ ; however l h c y wi l l b e o ll e rcd O uort c r 111.j REL 3 3 1-001 THE BLACK CHURCH ( 4 ), 8, 9 TR, LAN 254 Mr. S mith REL3 4 1 001 BIBLICA L ARCHEOLO G Y (4) 8,9T R LAN 12 1 M r Stra m g e 1 I REL 4 0 2 -'001 DYNAMICS OF R ELIGION (4 ) 6;7 M W LAN 257 Mr. Bassuk REL 403-001 JESUS ( 4 ) 9, M W, 10 MF, I.A N 352 Mr. Sfrange Also, t he course CO NT E MPOR A _RY RELIGIOU S THOUGH (REL 370-001 ( 4) 3,4 MW, LAN 295, Mr. C ol e ) will c o n c entrate on "The Case For Ch r is t i a n O rthodoxy." THE ORACLE FEBRUARY 22, 1973 3 option week and presents an a ppraisal at the end of the quarter. HE SAID each quarter 40 to 50 students parti c ipate in the substitute program The best time to sign up for the c ourse is i n advan c e of registration,' Cooper s aid "The offered student is required to submit to my offi c e a statement of the project and the supervisor s signature .'' More information can be obtained from Cooper in ADM 253, ext. 2775, after 1 p.m. SEAC & Aereopagus present: Dr. Allan Y. Cohen speaking on "Drugs and the Mystery of Consciousness" 8 pm Feb. 27 LAN 103 Former Associate of Timothy Leary : : .. ........................................................... .. MONOGRAMS Needlepoint Yarn & Bags KINGCOME'S TRIMMINGS Ph. 935-8168 11615 Flo Ave at Fowler Junior fashion 1eans ... spring shades in corduroy ... priced fantastically low! $399 Junior sizes 5 to 15. Wide flare bottoms. Low rise styling. Popular wide wale corduroy in spring shades of pink, blue, yellow and green. 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4. THE FEBRUARY 22, 1973 -ORACLE---------------E d ito ri a I Cooperation lcey to celebration The USF community, indeed all the Tampa Bay area, is indebted to the many people responsible for the Celebration of Literature which begins today. It promises to be an outstanding cultura1ly enriching festival with something for everyone Students and professionals will dance, perform, lecture, discuss and present a plethora of fascinating and diverse events. THE .PROGRAM is also a model of cooperation. No less than six university departments have worked together to bring the three day celebration to fruition This cooperation is particularly refreshing in light of the marked lack of colleagueship recently displayed by the USF planetarium management. Heinrich Eichhorn-von Wurmb, chairman of the Astrol)omy Department, has stubbornly refused to with Stanley VanDerBeek's attempts to show his multi-media workshop "Cine Naps" in the The good chairman should take of Celebrat i on. But even this pique will not detract from the outst&nding affair. Among those being featured are Russian poet in residence at the University of Michigan, Brodsky, prize winning filmmaker LylI\an and scholar Dr. Robert Breen of Northwestern University. THERE IS another noteworthy aspect of the celebration--all events, with tl).e exception of "The Marowitz Hamlet," will be free and all will be in LAN 103. All that is needed to make the celebration complete is : good attendance by the urfrversity community. We all could stand to have our minds "stimulated. and Especially a few local astronomers. DOONESBURY Free speakers now available Editor: The Department of Legal Affairs has recently initiated a Speakers' Bureau program which should provide needed and interesting information to the This public was promulgated at .an annual cost of $147,208.42, or. 9 per copy, to disseminate rie ws to the students, staff and faculty. of the University of so'uth Florida. (Forty percent of the per issue cost is offset by advertising revenue.) (letters] students who read your newspaper. We stress. cnme prevention presentations in conjunction with Florida's Help Stop Crime! program; however, .we. have found student groups especiiilly interested in consumer protection, drug abuse and rehabilitation, law enforcement and corrections, or Florida in general. SOME members of my staff are not far removed from a college campus and are by Garry Trudeau especially interested in the concerns of students. We would appreciate your newspaper advising your student body of the availability of this speakers' program at no cost; Interested students or organizations should contact either Dick Beagley (904-488-2839) or Ken Driggs (904-488-1666) here in my Tallahassee They will be able to select a speaker suited to your needs and match schedules to provide you with a date. Robert L. Shevin Attorney General ( ltttus policy] The Oracle welcomes letters to the editor on all topics. All letters must be and include the writer's student classificatlon and telephone number. Letters. should be typewritten triple The editorreseh.es the right to edit or shorten letters. Letters recehed by noon will be considered for publication the following day. Mail boxes are located in the UC and Library for letters to the Editor. .ANPA PACEMAKER AW ARD 1967, 1969 Ge11tral n e w s. :l p.111. daily for following issu e Advertising, (with proof) Thursday noon for Ttlt'sda,: i"m. Friday noon for \Ycdnt> s daY issue. Monday noon for Thursda y issue, Tuesday noon for FridaY. 1xlt>n;l, d oru da" withoul .proof. ads will b e take n 8 a.111 . to noon two days btfor;. p11bli1 a1io11. in l'''"'on oi" b" m a il with pan11tl eneloscd. Atherti sing rates on r equest phone 2620. through 8 a.111. lo 5 p.111. ACP ALL-AMERICAN SINCE 196 7

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USF table tennis star wins tourney By Dave Moormann Oracle Sports Editor Greg Gingold may have sounded a bit cocky lest week when he said he was going to :win the singles and doubles competition at the Table Tennis Collegiate Feb. 15-17. But m the Tallahassee competion he did exactly what he said. The USF sophomore defeated top collegiate table tennis stars from Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Alabama to earn the privilege of representing the region in the National Collegiate To urnamerit in Peorig, Ill., in April. Brah misses in final home tonight The women's basketball team will try to finish its home season undefeated when it goes against the University of Tampa tonight, in the USF Gym at ?p.m. Tonight's game is the last home gaine of the season' as the Brahmisses have one road game remaining, Friday at St. Leo, before the state finals at Miami Dade Junior College, in Miami next week. Jayne MacCall is a questionable starter, depending on whether her jaw feels all right after having an absessed tooth removed yesterday. .Her rebounding will be missed if she doesn't play, with Carol Reimann taking her place. The other starters will be Lauren Scott, Mary Ann Holmes, Irene Meier and Jamie Wise. "I think our close win Monday night over Rollins will help the girls a lot. Almost losing will kind of bring them back to earth after our stringQf five easy wins,': Coach Janie Cheatham said. THE VICTORIES were especially gratifying to Gingold who felt he "played bad" in last year's regional meet in Atlanta, Ga., although he finished third in singles and first in doubles. At present, the former top junior table tennis player in Florida is one of six collegians representing America in the World University Student Championships in Hanover, Germany. Competition which began Tuesday lasts till Sunday. "The U.S has never been a great table tennis power and I don't think we will be for the next 10 or 20 years," Gingold said before he left for Europe. "The USA right now ranks about 20th (professionally) in world competition.'' "I DON'T know how the university students in the United -States will rate. We might do better. We might be 10th if we'relucky. We might be 30th. I don't know." If Gingold is undecided as to how the United States team will fare in the initial world tourney, he holds high expectations for himself. "I plan on doing excellent in doubles, because I feel i'm a g()od doubles player." In singles Gingold doesn't have as much confidence but "an easy draw" which would pit him against athletes of lesser ability might help him in the final standings. Wright plans youth clinic USF baseball coacb Beefy Wright will conduct a clinic for all Tampa youth baseball teams Saturday 12 and older, along with coaches, are invited to U SF's baseball field at 11 a .m. Field demonstrations of drills and play situations will be performed by Wright and participants will be instructed by USF players at various positions. t t t The Proud Lion WINE SHOP & CLUB t t t Le PIAT EN POT (Light, Semi-Dry, Fruity, French Red Wine) lHours 4970 Busch Blvd t Woo/co Plaza (next to A&P) t 985-2013 trJ:OOam-7:00pm Reg.2.29.:,';;;k 1.99 6 days ''The most sclntlllating slice of Americana to hit the screen in the past decad1t Don't miss ltl,,-AndrewSmis. V1lla1e Voice "BIFF, BANG, POW! f A rouqh outspoken movie I -N. Y Post "Hiiarious and remarkable I" -Playboy Magazin e "Funny, important and fascinating I" -Vincent Canby, N Y. Tim'es ( 1n111m1 Rt1t11 1ng pr11r flli A ltl'Tl' S.ltrtr Mchul H1rr11lb11ni f i l m Pr1n"1 111cn"DERBY"lhulir 0 Ccnntll ..,. .. ,.. _,., Rollrr Orrbr Mikr SnrJI ,........,. "'- ._, w ... ,,_.., .,. .,.,... (.c11ut P1oducr1 l S f 1 11dt Prod11
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6 THE ORACLE FEBRUARY 22, 1973 Speech Department adapts Fitzgerald's 1Great Gatsby' By Marsha Bluestein Oracle Staff Writer Author F. Scott Fitzgerald confronts the lifestyle of the 20s and the concept of the American dream in his novel presented at 4 p.m. iciday and [ ] Saturday at 8 p.m. in LAN 103. P rt u It w THE PRODUCTION will I evolve through music, dance and costuming, striving to create in Celebration of Literature the minds of the audience the "The Great Gatsby," to be presented by the Speech Department as part of the festivities. Adapted and by Bernard Downs, the chamber theatre production will be fart AUSTIN--Sharnus--2,4,6,8, 10. BRANDON TWINS--(starts I. Snowball Express 7,9 with matinees on Saturday and Sunday. 2. The Mechanic--7,9. BRITTON,-Soundertimes unavailable. . . FLORIDA-(starts Friday)--E 1 Sfove .rguenza--2,4,5:50, 7:40, 9:30. FLORIDLAND CINEMA 2Friday). I. Express--times unavailable. 2. unavailable. Hill.SBORO 1.;JermiahJohnson --1:30;3:30, 5:35, 7:35, 9:40. Quartet-times unavailable. TRANS-LUX (Town and Country)--Bedknobs and Broomsticks--7,9 with matinees on Saturday and Sunday at 2. TWIN BAYS 4 .. I. The Heartbreak Kid--6,8,10 on Saturday and Sunday2,4,6,8, 10. 2. Summer of 42--5:45, 7:45, 9:45 and on Saturday and Sunday--1:45, 3:45, 5:45, 9:45. 3. Lady Sings the Blues--6:30, 9: 15 and on Saturday and Sunday l, 3:45, 6:30, 9:45. 4. Clockwork Orange 7, 9: 30 and on Saturday and Sunday--2, 4:30, 7, 9:30. HORIZON PARK. 4--1. The Poseid_on Adventure--5:30, 7:45, -. .9:55'and on Saturday and Sunday-'1, 3:15, 7:45, 9:55. ON CAMPUS 2., .. Young Winston--7,9 and on FILM ARTS--Derby--Friday and Saturday and Sund!ly--2, 4:30, 7, Saturday--7,9,11 and Sundl!y--7 .;9, 9:30. . in ENA. 3. Snowball Express and Disney UC FEATURE--The Sterile World:-6:30, 8:45 and on Saturday Cuckoo--Friday and Saturday7:30, and S:unday-, 4:15, 6:30, 8:45.. 10 and Sunday--7:30 in LAN 103. 4. The Heartbreak l{id5 : 3o, ST. PETE CAMPUS--When '7:30; :9:30 and on Saturday and Comedy Was King--Friday--8 in the auditorium in A-Building. Sunday-'1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 9:30. UFA FILM--Odd Man Out '\ 4, 5:55, 7:55, 9i55. Sunday--10 in LAN 103 .. ANDROS FEATURE-'Road .Sings The BIU:es '.Runner Night--Sun:ay'-8, 10 in the 1:30; 4:05; 6:40, 9: i5. Andros Coffee House. TODD( starts Friday) Double PSE FILM--Bullit--Monday 7:30, Fe.i,tJ'ure--Little M:other and 10 in LAN 103. We Are A SA-AB Dealer spirit of the times. The flashing parties, the bootlegging, and the moral decadence are all a focal continuum often associated with Fitzgerald novels, Downs said. "The story places stock. in values which didn't sustain themselves in the terms of America dreams," said Downs. Gatsby is a small-town boy who falls in love with Daisy, a wealthy girl who marries another man. Gatsby, blindfy optimistic, specific and obtains a fortune through bootlegging, certain he will win Daisy back. "GATSBY IS an eternal optimist. He sees the world through ros e-colored glass es. He is trying to buy the American dream, selling his soul to get it, and not realizing it," Downs said. The characters are rather hedonistic in outlook, he said They are out for themselves and inadvertently incorporate others into their encouragement of selfish virtues. THE CAST includes Ron Cribbs as Gatsby, Evie Kalogridis as Daisy, Dave Dial as Nick Carroway and Mark Stevens as the narrator. Dr. Robert Breen of Northwestern University will conduct a pre-lecture presentation on the origin of the Chamber Theatre pnor to today's Gatsby production. o.. IN COLOR 7,9&11pm Sun. Feb. 25 7&9 PM onl ENA 1.00 Film Art Series STUDY ABROAD IN FLORENCE OR LONDON Earn 2 Full Quarters of Fully Transferable Credit in LONDON and FLORENCE Applications now being received for Sessions Beginning June f5, 1973 to December 15, 1973 TOTAL COST LESS THAN $2,000 ALL EXPENSES Write for Application to: Dr. Wayne C. Minnick Associate Dean for Humantities 21 OA Williams Building Florida State -University Tallahassee, Florida 32306. PLEASE. SPECIFY PROGRAM Sales,-Service & Parts GARY MERRILL 'IMPORTS, INC. 58Q4 Dale Mabry 884-8464 i\\111 DRAGON YOUR TALE Submit your Art & Poetry & Photography & Prose To Lang.-Lit 472 or 358E by March 16. AMPERSAND: The South Florida Review ? IN CONCERT March 9 PM s2.50 GYM SPONSORED BY SEAC TICKETS ON SALE NOW UC DESK

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:\EEO CASH ? If y ou are a People Lik e r w e n ee d vou. Llirn top pay & work wh e n vou can. 2 int e rvi ews 11 a.m. & 3 p.m. Rm. 201 UC. F eb. 22. CHEC K LiS O U T Girl to assist at service station mornings answer phone handle rental contracts pump some gas apply in person Don s Texaco 30th & Fowler Vi\ CANT POSITIONS AT USF. The following positions are to be fill e d: (6) Secretary Ill-$6285; *(4) Secr e tary Il $5554; (2) C lerk Typist IIl-$5784; *Cl erk Typist 1-$4301; *(2) C lerk I $3946; *Sal es Oerk I-$4364; Accouni Oerk Il-$5784; Account ant IIl-$9709; *Receptionis t-$5032; *Pe rsonnel Technician 1 -$7788; Assistant t o the President-$12,000 to $16,000; Director of Administra ti ve Planning-$17,200; Computer Systems Analyst II-$10,524; Computer Systems Analyst Il-$10,524; *EDP Control Clerk-$5554; *EDP Librarian-$5554; (5) Lab Technologis t II-$7371; Lab Technologist I-$6535; Chemist 1-$8206; Biol ogis t Il-$8665 Animal Tec h Supervisor .I-$6974; Custodial Worker-$41'55; Groundskeeper 1-$4364. *REQUIRE TESTING. Interested persons should contact Personne l Services 974-2530FAO-OLL. THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA. IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Pizza Hut T emple Terrace nee d s coo k s and waitresses over 21. Free pi zza, good pay. 988-0008. One 20 hour OPS student to fill the position of Student Government Clerk. $1.70 per hour. Must be able to type, take shorthand and perform office general clerical and office duties P atience is a must. Apply between 8 a m . and 5 p m. in the Student Government office, CTR 156 and sign for an interview. Deadline for ap plication is Tuesday, Feb. 27 at 5 p m Interview on Wed., Feb. 28 m the S.G Office Also must be available to work on Tt!esday evening from 7 p m on RENT Apr. 1 to Sept. 1. Furnished 4 Br. home on lake, 2 acres, fruit trees, pasture, boat dock and launch $325 mo. 974-2447; 996-3232. LaMancha Dos $75-m o (pe r person) incl. util. 4 bed. luxury townhouses. P ools, TV l ounge, billiards pin ball, parties. No vacanc ies. now several 1st of Mar. & 1st of Apr. Make r ese r va tions now Take over lease La Mancha Dos Apts $50 deposit, $83 mo 626-4 168 at work 971.0468 after 5 o m Furnis hed 2 BR, l Bath, Central H / A, red, white & blue interi or. $ 150 a month plus utilities. Call after 5:30 p m. 595 4436. Need tw o reliable girl s to bah ys it i n exchange for room. Phone 985-1702. VW Bus D e lu x e l 9 7 0 luggage ca rri e r, perfec t conditi on. 9711 -2 1 --'1 7. 9963 2 3 2 Super 6 7 VW, well cared for. $800 or b es t off er. 971-1173 or 971-5578 1970 VW Bug excelle nt c ond radio good tires, e lc:-27 MPG A l l service one location. Will g ive name .& l ocation. to verif y Bug 's health Call Dan 974-2440 M-V. 1 97 1 U1a l le ngn. lu l l puw<'r raJ i l B lr: : uk s t1r1 0. Fir:-il nw111r. low 111iieag1:. Call 'Ji l-B:!1! 0 / J .r 1 -IJ:'illh. 1971 MG B /\ir c on cl.. r adio h eale r radi a l tir es. O n e own e r 1:3.500 miles. G re<:il c ondi t i o n Make offe r P hone !J71l7iU. 1967 Karman Ghi a runs w ell. n e w tir es. brakes, muffl e r AM-B l radio :\ee d s s om e w o rk. S4 0 0 Call evenings 9 2 02186. 19 7 2 V 2 Honda 350CB. L ess than 250 mil es Need a car instead. $585. Call 9775 191 b efore 9 a.m. '72 Yamaha 350cc, excelle nt c 1mrlili Jn. Onl y $550. La .Mancha Dos ..\pl. # l S 9712052 Subjects needed topart icipate in an interesting psychological experiment. Write P O Box 2 2794 Tpa., Fla. 33622, stating age, sex martial status, educational background and why you would like to participate. Confidential. BOYFRIENDS GIRLFRIENDS Thru computer dati _ng. It is a simple inexpensive and fun way to get acquainted. Write for complete details and application form. New Friends P 0 ; Box 22791 Tampa, Florida 33622. Dear Sweet B eautiful Black Jewess. I'll show you a better way. Call Mik e. WANTED: Bill Jim, John to go camping with us. With love-Karen Lynn, Charlotte. P.S. Bill, bring a lantern, I'll have to study Saturday night. Gibson B-25 guita r. M u ; t s e ll. A p l e a sure to play. Bob nights, 9 7 1 -7147 Pric e $ 12 5. Marxist Lenini s t-Mao Tse-Tung Study Center open 4-8 Sat. 2023 P latt St. Tampa Readi ng Rm ., Study Groups forming. No Fee. Peking Press other pap e r s Not a B oo k Store TIRED OF BEING RIPPED OFF? Protect your ca r arid stero. Ca ll AAA Burglar Alarm for a fr ee es tim a t e We sell securit y 971-7242. COMPUTEH. A l so S ys t e m s D es i g n. Fa s t H e a sonabl e 2 5 1 -6390 TYPING-FAST, i\I::AT. ACCUL\ n:. IBM S e le c tri c. All o f work S minutes from USF. Nina S c hi ro 11 l l O N. 22nd St. 971 -2139. Ir no ans w er. 2 3 5 3261. Typiitg, arcuratf T II rnhiu :1. le: n : papt.'r!' arid tllt"f. \ c ry clo .>e t o LSF. f.:3JI !.u;-1 Schmo Ii '/l i P R'O F E S S I 0 N A L T Y P I S 'J' T U H.Al:llAN, USF e t c T e rm pap "theses, et c IBM t y p e writ e r e lit e o r pi<'a w / t y p e changes 5 minutes l"ro111 L :-;1 : 9 7 1-0041 afl c r (J p.m. .;LJIEH!l j") fTc"" !'.qw 1 'I( ) H! '\:-\():\ 1\ii!J. t1HJ; .. :-::--. tl'.:k J p(_\ l.crJ!at:I 1 /);) (II' : j,"J,'} Carpenter I urne d sludc nl. I nee d m o n ey ; I will c u s t o m pan e l rnur rnn al a guarantee d non-rip o ff pr il'r 1 a l so in gnrag1's into fini s h e d ro o m s I J!f'e d rn11 hel p'. 1'1 .. a sc c all 9118-897-1and as k J"or Brian S I NCJ-:1{ SE\\" J N C M :\Clll\I> Tlics1! 111a d 1 in<'S liaYe 111\1-r lw111 ll:-l' d a nd a r c cq11ipp1d 111 /.ig l.: 1g. 111<1k1 s 1 w 011 llllllH1 r ;i111 (:).: 1111wl 1 111o r(. 0111\" Sl lJ.fJ: ) :11: I 111!i', / F n i g l 1 1 Sal1" 1 112 i\. i\ rnl<'11ia. \ 1111:. 1 lirn ::;,.. ')-7. !'111.zlt: ri 1 1gs. I 1l1r11 1 7 l1a11d!-> .. s i l v-r 1 ,11\ g11ld Bil 11p. 1 : ;,,,. l,h1.di11 I Lra111. ( :11111: w 1 'l'r:11 \ Jll. I Hp 1 11<' 1,J,. a .. 1ill 1lw11. HAND-MADE FLUTES Beautifully designed copper flutes in the keys of G an d D ava il ab l e at surviva l Bookworks-12303 Nebraska Ave. betw ee n Fowler & Fletc her. Nikon F 1.4 Lens 4 mo. old with case. Br:.rnd new $350.00 with light meter $375.00 971-1369. For Sale 1972 Ford Van $450. Assum e payments $98.25 per mo. for 26 months 988-0008 or 626-432!>. FOR SALE: One miniature chimp. Asking $145. includes cage. Has personality, needs security. Please call 876-8337. 17 DAYS IN JAMA C IA 6 hours credit. Trip costs $380.00. 10 da ys Kingston & 7 da ys M ontego B ay. Add. 7 hrs. can be earned for another project on return. See Lupton, OCT Prog FAO 122 (2536) Here it is! The difficult to find 4 bedrm, 2 bath home w good size kitchen & adjoining Fam. rm. Lg combination living rm. & Din rm. Dbl garage, cent. heat & air, fenced backyard, sidewalk, only 3 yrs. young. County taxes.,,_ all for $29500. Call for appt. rauline Ferraro, Assoc Tampa Realty Inc Ofc. 879-5700 Realtors Eve. 876-0350. New home 10 min. to USF. Walk in t o entrance foyer & then into a 24xl4LH & DR; from there into a very large full y equipped kitchen which in cl. OW, GD self -cleaning oven. Cabinets ga lor e & a large pantry. Fam. Rm. is n e xt t o Kit. & dwn. h a llwa y are 3 l a rg e Br s & 2 full til e B s. W / W shag c arpeting throughout. Cent. H / A, oversize DBL garage You must see! Call Pauline Ferraro, Assoc. Tampa R ea lt y Inc Ofc 879-5700 R es 876-0350. On golf course and with a 16 by 32 ft. pool Dn rm. & Fam. rm. overlook patio & pool. Carpeted, Lg. kitchen wheat in counter living room w shag carpeting 3 bedrm. 2 bath, dbl. garage, corner lot. Mid 40's In terested? Call Pauline Ferraro, Assoc., Tampa Realty Inc Ofc. 879-5700 Reartors Eve. 876-0350. STEREO COMPONENT SETS (3) AM/ FM s t e r eo component $99.00 (2) 200 watt components with 3 way 10 speaker system and G errard Profess ional seri es changer R eg. $4 49.00 only $289.00. Unit ed Freig ht Sa l es 471 2 N. Armenia._M.1 rn-F ri 9-9; Sal. to 6. For Sal e: Lear J et 8 track portabl e for car home o r any where. A l so an AMFM cartridge. Call 971-7387 -m ake offer. E lectrophonic 8 trac k s t e r e o AM-FMMPX w /tiner, s peak e rs h eadphone s. 70 watts n e w $ 195. Mu s t s ell! Sl25 or best offer. 974-6358 Bill, Room 4 1 6 Found : 19 7 2 Brando n H S Ring. ld cnlifv a t USF G o lf Course. Lost: Y ello w threr-ring n o l e book in th e Chem. b l dg rm 106 or 108. Conl ain s important Soc io l o g y not es. I need I hi s d es p e rately. l f found, ple a se c all L)/ J 687 5. LOS T: On e walf'h w /0111 hand. I.11, 1 11n F eb. 1 5 so111h of I.IF. \\"t'SI o f SCA Small rl'\varrl o ff crd'.1 Cn nlacl UJ..,011 Cl-11: : :JOB o r altt'r b p.111. all 9:!0-20 IN A PICKLE?? hurry to the ORAC E CLASS IFIEDS I : . 1 . TEMPLE TERRACE cut RATE LIQUORS 5303 E. BUSCH Bl VD. 0 n 'Till Midn ht . TEMPLE TERRACE LOU.NGE & 8448 N. 56th Street Open 'Till 3 AM U 0 [!JTHEATRE NEBRASKA AT FOWLER 971_0007 FEATURING The woman of the year ... the witch of ali times! PLUS The Rise of "Little Mother'' .hi Eaatmanpolor Released by Aud11bon Film Midnight Shows Fri. & Sat. Continuous Shows 11 :45 TAMPA'S NO. l NITE CLUB PRESENTS THE DYNAMITE SOUND OF: OPENING TUESDAY FEB.27th LITTLE EVA & THE ESPIONAGE Open 3:00 PM to 3 :00 AM DANCING NIGHTLY CASUAL DRESS SUPER SUNDAY JAM SESSION Every Sunday afternoon JAMMING & DANCING 3 : 00-G:OOPM 1rSOUTH FLORIDA NITE1r EVERY MONDAY G 1 1 Feattiring the Today Sound Ir s. f d 18 y r. olds o Reduce prices admitted USF SAPPENWOOD for USF s.tudentl; nite only on USF mte Dancing! Casual Dress! Beer Bust! 201 E Arctic Lindell Volkswagen Presents THE MINI-ROLLS Convert your new or used Volkswagen to the classic Mini Rolls, both new and used now in stock, ready for delivery. Good Used Car Specials . .................. $1295 '69 VW BEETLE t 1 31, ,od;o, hco1e" leotherelte interior. # 1803 .. ........ $1295 '69 VW FASTBACK Sdon 3 111. rnd ; o hco
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THE ORACLE FEBRUARY 22, 1973 r.-..._..._ .. .. ....... USF's model UN ends We also make xerox copies No extra charge colored bond 1 paper I Sales letters Envelopes USF's fifth annual Model United Nations, sponsored by the USF World Affairs Council, ended Sunday with delegations from the F1orida Institute of Technology coming away with most of the pi:izes. FIT took first and second place in, the General Assembly, representing Communist China and France. Kent State University grabbed third, representing the Soviet Union. FIT, representing France, also took first i1' the Security Council. Jesl'it High Sc):iool, of Tampa, won second prize, with its delegation representing Sudan. PRIZES for the four-day session were based on the proficiency of a delegation to best represent its nation in voting and in analyzing policy consistent with its real-life counterpart. USF won honorable mention in the General Assembly with delegations representing the United States and Canada. USF will again form a delegation to compete in the Mid-West Model United Nations in St. Louis next week. Last year USF placed in the top 10 and hopes to repeat its success this year. The World Affairs Council is open to all USF students and is a function of Student Organizations. Catalog Sheets Letterheads Bulletins Circulars Forms Handbills Notices Post Cards Direct Mail Brochures I Instructions House Organs i Data Sheets Cost Sheets I! Order Forms Price U1t1 Work Sheeta Resumes Announcements Stuffers 'WidftheArinyROTC 1Wo:Year Program. Army ROTC usually takes four years of college. But you can do itin_ two. If, for example, you couldn't take Army ROTC during your first two years of col lege. Or if you just didn't want to take Army ROTC before. But now yo1:J recognize the benefits. You,:start the Two-Year by going to our six-week Basic Camp the summer following your sophomore year. little classroom work; some challenging physical training-. the Basic Course you would have taken during -yourfirst two years of college. You're well-paid for this Then, after camp, you complete your Advanced Course during yourjunior and senior years. Maybe you'll .decide that the chance to. get real management experience earlier than most people will be worth a lot later on. Maybe you can use the $100 per month subsistence allowance you will get for up to 10 mont];is of each school / Maybe qualifying for two careers simultaneously" /// military or civilian-is insurance against job uncertainties. // Or, maybe the opportunity foran Army ROTC scholar;// ship is exciting. /// The Army ROTC Two-Year Program is chance for a better career, through Army ROTC. // JBI. Talk over the Two-Year Program \vith the Professor of Mililary Science at your school. Ot use this coupon. There's no obligation. // '"11\ l<<>T< '""-"""' Army ROTC. The more you look //:.1.i .. ______ at it, the better it looks. / / / /< // S1a11 ________ /.ip ____ /' <:oll1'1-!1yourl'alll'lldin).! ____ Pho11t------/ / // COL 3-02-12 /