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The Oracle
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The Oracle (Tampa, Fla)
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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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River pavl1ion plans proposed Pending fa vorab}e student reaction, the College of Engineering plans to build a pavilion on USF's Riverfront Park. "We want student reactions before we begin anything," said Engineering Dean Edgar Kopp. TO DO THIS; Kopp said a model of the proposed project will be on display in the UC lobby some time soon. which will have lighting and be available for picnics and social events, has been approved by the Administration and the Board of Regents, Kopp said. "WE'VE GOT the concrete donated, we have our own concrete spraying machine and most of the work will be done by engineering students," Kopp continued, adding, "this won't involve cutting down any trees, either." "We actually built one 8 feet in diameter (the proposed structure will measure 40 ft.) and tested it for structural strength," Kopp said adding the tests were quite positive. Engineering' s estimate is $6,900, according to Dan Walbolt, who chaired the com mittee on the use of recreational areas, compared to a figure of $13,800 supplied by Physical Plant to construct the pavilion. Engineering Dean Edgar Kopp Oracle photo by Bill Phillips Construction of the pavilion, points out features of the proposed pavilion at US F's Riverfront Park. April 25, 1973 Vol. 8 No. 17 12 pages Physical Plant audit ordered by Mackey 11 Accent on Learning" BY BILL NOTTINGHAM Oracle Staff Writer A full audit of Physical Plant records has been ordered by USF Pres. Cecil Mackey, responding to charges that maintenance workers have "for 10 years" been directed by superiors to falsify job reports was the theme at USF's inception. Story, Page 10 Mackey termed charges ap pearing in yestereday's Oracle as "very serious." He has directed Ken Thompson, vice president for Administrative Affairs, "to loo!\ into the problem im-Unexpected appointments made to security group BY CHRISTY BARBEE Oracle Staff Writer Confusion regarding the selection of students for an all University committee resulted in unexpected appointments by USF Pres. Cecil Mackey. security manual much to the dismay of SG Pres. Bill Davis. hoc committee to which he thought he was supposed to recommend students. He had been asked for such recom mendations but had not yet responded. Mackey appointed five DAVIS contended he should recommend student appointments because of Board of Regents (BOR) policy on SG's role in decision making. Davis said he was asked by Assistant Vice Pres. for Student Affairs Dan Walbolt Wednesday to recommend three students for students to an ad hoc committee on a State University System He said the confusion started Thursday when he received a letter appointing him to the ad BY ANNE LAUGHLIN Oracle Staff Writer The Board of Regents al added that a lack of concrete, which ha s held up at least one Physical Plant project, will not building of the libr a ry. ""The lack of concret e would hold up a n ybo d y l'Xcept J. A. Jones Construction Cornpany," a spok('Sman for the company said an s o thmgs like that don't bother us .. THE 1'1.l":'llBI:\(; strike will prohahl y hold us "The lack of concrete would hold up anybody except J. A. Jones Construction Company. We are so good, things like that don't bother us." --J. A. Jones Construction Co. spokesman up more than anything," Neal said. The plumbing strike Neal refers to started April 1 and "has no end in sight." The additional space will be primarily a "stack room," according to Neal. Money for the floors is the result of the low bid by J A. Jones Construction Co., according to Mackey Their bid was about $1.4 million less than the a mount allocated by the BOR for the new library, Mackey said, so the BOR allocation will pay for the addtional floors. With th e addition of the two floors, the new library will have a capacity of one million volumes compared to the 375,000 volumes that the present library holds now mediately" and to order an audit by Internal Control. THOMPSON said yesterday he would ask Raymond Zureich, director of Internal Control, to conduct the investigation into Physical Plant's financial records. At the same time. he said, Physical Plant Director Charles Butler will be investigating the falsification" charges leveled at Assistant Director of Physical Plant George Chavez and Maintenance Superintendent Robert Kraemer. Bill Davis three positions for the manual formulating committee and was upset when he received the letter from Mackey asking him to serve rm the same committee. HE SAID HE showed the letter to Howell who was "flabbergasted," that the appointment was made before recommendations were received from Davis. Davis said he was asked to a meeting where Howell, Walbolt and Albert Hartley, former vice president for Administrative Affairs, "shifted the blame" to Joe Busta, assistant to Mackey Walbolt said last night the confusion was the result of "an administrative communication problem." He explained the matter of appointments to the two committees discussed at two staff meetine:s. BUSTA WAS not present for the second meeting at which the vice presidents d ec ided appointments Continued on Page It Chavez and Kraemer have been charged with directing workers through their foremen to falsify work reports in order to cover for any idle time a worker may have. Both men have also been charged with using unfair and discriminatory hiring and promotion practices. Eleven maintenance men, requesting that their names be withheld, issued the charges last Tuesday in a meeting with The Oracle "I DON'T know what makes a man go through 10 years 'lying and cheating' and then deride to come forward," said Thompson He said the charges against Chavez and Kraemer were only "symptomatic" of a wide-spread morale problem in Physical Plant. "People who tell people to falsify records are wrong," he said, "but people who falsify records are equally wrong. You can lie in the system and essentially get away with it, as long as everybody is going along with it," he said. "There is no sense saying we have fantastic controls, because we don't." Internal Audit, according to Thompson, "is here for the purpose of doing objective audits. They will decide what they are going to look for and how they are going to look for it." THOMPSON, who met early yesterday morning with Butler, Continue(,( .. f?g!t .J2


2-THEORACLE April 25, 1973 Fire sinks US minesweeper HONOLULU The Watergate bugging was cleared through the White House and set up in such a way as to give former Attorney General John N. Mitchell "deniability" about it later, according to evidence provided a federal grand jury. The grand jury also has received sworn testimony that Mitchell after he left the Justice Department to become President Nixon's campaign manager last year, arranged for FBI data and other secret government reports to be provided to Nixon campaign workers worried about violence from radical grouups Nixon White Housecleaning WASHINGTON (UPI) -President Nixon has called on Secretary of State William Rogers to advise him what to do to restore "impeccable integrity" to the White House in the wake of taint from the Watergate conspiracy, it was reported Tuesday. Quoting White House sources, ABC television news said that Nixon and Rogers discussed the matter last weekend, apparently by telephone The net work said Rogers was asked "to evaluate and advise Mr. Nixon on how best to clean his house of tainted personnel and to restoreconfidence in the Presidency." Document carrier identified WASHINGTON (UPI) -A federal grand jury was told Tuesday the name of a Nixon campaign aide who : allegedly carried eight cartons of documents out of the White House the day after the Watergate break-in. The records reportedly included plans to bug Democratic national world .. news briefs .... headquarters. Attorney Peter H. Wolf, acting under court orders, revealed the identity of a former client, whom he said took the documents from the office of Watergate conspirator E Howard Hunt and hid them until just before the Nov. 7 election. Residents roadblock Indians PINE RIDGE, S.D -Two Army helicopters collided and crashed Tuesday, killing seven soldiers who were flying make-believe during military war games involving 30,000 troops and witnessed by Defense Secretary Elliott L. Richardson Impeachment under way WAKE UP!!! r.:D._ Oracle Classifieds Are GREATI TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Chairman James Redman said Tuesday his investigating committee will start drafting Articles of Impeachment against Lt. Gov Tom Adams Wednesday. Redman, a Democrat and an attorney from Tampa, said the House committee will draw up approximately 25 different articles charging Adams with misuse of state personnel while he was serving as secretary of Commerce. Civil recourse TALLAHASSEE mely aculf' Sourct>: Hillsborough County Protection Agen<"y The Oracle 11 the Official student.edited newiispaper of ttle University of Souttl Florida and is pulllislled four times weekly, Tuesday ttlrough Friday, during ttle academic year periOd $eptemller through mldJune; twice during the academic year perioa mid.June mrougn A111ust, lly tne University of South Florida, 4202 Fowler Ave., Tampa Fla. 33620. Opinions expressed in The Oracle ere those of the editors CH" of the writer and not those of the University of Souttl Florkla. Address correspondence to The Oracle, LAN 472, Tampa, Fla.,33620 second class postage paid at Tampa Fla. The Oracle reserves the right to reeutete the typographical tone of all advertisements and rev.ise or tum away copy It consielen oblectionallle. Pl'09rams, activities and facilities of the Unlvenity of Souttl Florida an avaltallle to all on a non-41scrlmlnatory lle$15, wtttiout regard to race, cOICH", religion, sex, atte or NtioNI orlal.n Litter law dumped TALLAHASSEE Popping the tops of soft drink cans and sipping coffee from non biodegradable plastic cups, the Senate Commerce Committee refused Tuesday to copy Oregon's sweeping anti-litter law The short-lived bill by Sen. Jack D Gordon, D-Miami, would have outlawed the sale of all "pop-top" drink cans and imposed a minimum five-cent deposit on all other beverage containers except milk or fruit juice cartons Mitchell to appear PENSACOLA -A Federal Judge Tuesday ordered former Attorney General John Mitchell to appear here Wed nesday at a pre-trial hearing in which Vietnam Veterans Against the War are trying to connect alleged electronic surveillance with the Watergate bugging. wtathtr Partly cloudy to cloudy with a chance of afternoon showers. The low will be in the low to mid-60's with the ... high in the mid-SO's. LAN 4 72 The Oracle needs an Advertising Photographer for part-time work opening available now photography experience necessary Apply to Bob Fant LAN 472 Ironside Tavern GROUPS WEDNESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY Girls in Free Before 9 14717 N. Florida Ave.


DOONESBURY H OR/'11/\/6, FOt-KS I WHc/2 5 VOVR. RTrOR!VcY7 /JTrOR!v'ey? 1-J.' W6 OO!v''T !IEEJ> nlv' 11 TIO.RN e f. I .fJJl}O,ece-UiE?/ evr IT'S RIBHr HERe 6JR.rrrEIV ;,..; HY llPP011VrH&1r 800/r'! "I0.'00 /J.H. rHc I lle#V/3"!<. ITX rll.tlJtJ by Garry Trudeau :r: 60T(lt t?er /J !VeW 5/f'C! chapter "Jn a day when 'accountability' is a byword in American higher education, ways must be found to hold administrators accountable to professional academic stan dards," reads a report on the evaluation, setting the tone for the project. Last year's evaluation, the first AAUP conducted here drew Permanent class rolls late; short break blamed Permanent class rolls and a student "locator," which will show a student's complete schedule after drops and adds, will be available next week Class rolls which will be distributed to faculty members, will be one week late this quarter, said Acting Registrar Doug MacCullough "We got behind in our sequence of work because of the short time between quarters he said However, MacCullough the Office of R_ecords and Registration would be back on schedule after the class roll distribution He said students should check with instructors to make sure their name is on the permanent roll If the student's name does not appear, he should check with the. Office of Records and Registration

A rapid downswing by Chris Gates as he practices some golf and that rubber ball is ready to go on a long trip down the fairway, which in this case is the open fields on the southwest part of campus. THE ORACLE -April 25, 1973 5 Students change minds more than 12,000 times BY LENORA LAKE Oracle Staff Writer Almost 12,500 drop or add transactions were processed by the Office of Records and Registration during the first five class days of Qtr. 3. "This does not include the drops after the add deadline," said Dennis Goodwin, director of Records and Registration. GOODWIN SAID the 12,445 transactions seemed "unreasonably high" but did not have comparative figures from other quarters He said he began figure compilation this quarter in order to compare the number of changes made under the present registration system. with the number made under the computer registration system which will be used in the fall Goodwin also said he hoped to discover ways to decrease the number of changes although "we will never stop drop-add no matter what registration system we use." He attributed the large figure to administrative as well as student class changes. He. said meeting times or rooms had been changed or instructors had split a section into two sections. ALSO, MANY departments list the instructor as "staff" and students will drop when they find out who the instructor is, ac cording to Goodwin. "I am afraid the number .of Volunteers needed for WUSF: surve y WUSF needs volunteers to answer phones and help compile audience survey results, Ted Sullivan, community service coordinator said. WUSF is currently conducting a survey by phone and by ballot to determine viewer and listener preferences concerning station programming. Telephone volunteers are needed immediately to answer phones from 5 to 11 p.m. "People interested in seein2 drop adds will go up with the new system," he said. "Using our present system, a student knows what schedule he got, but with the new one he won't know until it comes in the mail," Goodwin sairl HE SAID this could increase drop-adds because a student might not get the section, course or instructor that he wanted. However, Doug MacCullough, acting regis.trar, said at other institutiorls using computer registration the "experience has been an eventual decrease in drop -adds." But he said there was "no way to know how well it will work at first" since it depended on several factors such as flexibility in departments meeting need analysis, how well students understand and use the system and how well students accept their scbedule. GOODWIN SAID he would offer suggestions to the depart ments to try to minimize drop adds. These would include en couraging departments to make changes in accordance with need analysis provided by the com puter, encouraging departments to use the instructor's'name in course' schedules and discouraging changes in time and place. Two students killed in accident broadcasting first hand will be given a tour of the operations," Sullivan said. "We'll also give them an Underground Railroad poster," However, he said he un derstood departmental problems of scheduling and listing in structors long before the quarter or acadmeic year begins. .Two USF students were killed and another person injured in an automobile accident in front of DeSoto Hall Monday night The dead students were identified by a Florida Highway Patrol

6 -THE ORACLE April 25, 1973 I t 1Blood Wedding1 captures flavor of Spain BY ALICE HENRETIG Oracle Staff Writer "Blood Wedding," a play by Frederico Garcia Lorca, captures the laughter and tears of a tragic Spanish love triangle. It is the story of a passionate young woman enamored with two men of feuding families and of the consequential effects on everyone involved. "LO RCA MAKES no judgments on anything," com mented Carl Williams, assistant theatre arts professor and director of the play Williams said, "The play is just one big swirl of passion. Lorca wrote it because he's Spanish. He knows the tradition and religion, the grief, the two poles that passion brings upon people According to Williams, "Blood Wedding" is a universal tragedy. "Leonardo (the other man) is the only character in the play who is designated with a name," he said, "because he's the most representative, nebulous character in the play. The groom and bride are the most specific and possess the most defined relationships within the play," he added. "The play is just one big swirl of passion. Lorca wrote it because he's Spanish. He knows the tradition and religion, the grief, the two poles that passion brings upon people." RICHARD PHILPOT, who will portray Leonardo, said, "Perhaps Leonardo is the only one who ignores fate, but he is not exempt from it." The bridegroom's mother is a very strong, powerful and hurt woman .. Linda Marie Boni. who will portray the mother. said, "In the play I'm like an erect, smileless oak tree." Boni added, "The Felixes, the family of the man who runs away with the bride, killed my other son and my husband. As the mother I see myself --the passion and lust --in the bride. I dislike her." The bride is very arrogant and proud, but she will receive sympathy by the end of the play, according to Victoria Carpenter, who will portray her. "SHE LOSES a lot, too," Carpenter said. "She's a virgin and will die a virgin ... blood fever drives her to do what she Oracle photo by Gary Lantrip Carl Williams does. Nobody can prove she's a virgin and people think of her as a whore." After a moment's reflection Carpenter said. "I hate what I do to Leonardo's wife in the play. She must be the most pathetic character in it." Michael Ostermann, as the bridegroom. said, "He seems a foil for all the action but I don't think it weakens .him. All the action revolves around him." An impressionistic ballet duet between the bridegroom and Leonardo, tempered against a background of moving Spanish guitar music, provides one of the play's most intense scenes, Williams said OHIGINAL Spanish folk guitar music, composed and performed by Lee Ahlin. sets the background for Flamenco dancing and, in a style which is a little avant-garde. highlights a sense of surrealism The set, which looks like an adobe cave, juxtaposes symbolic feeling of life and hope with one of death, sterility and a sense of decay. The costumes, designed by Bill Lorenzon, are that of the period < 1912) and are constructed of silk, velvet, crepe and Spanish lace. The unmentioned cast includes Patricia Ford as Neighbor; Mary Anne Bentley as Mother-in-Law; Christine Troge as Wife; Marla Dixon as Girl; Sue Powley as Servant; Jack Belt as Father; Rosemary Orlando and Frana Smith as second and third Girls; Valentin Mendoza as Youth; Bill Downe, Randy Gonzalos, Mike Leigh tun as Woodcutters; Thomas Di xon as Moon; D. Mendoza as Beggar Woman; Sherry Thornton-Taylor and Cynthia Reckeweg as Neighbors; Suzanne Nicola as Little Girl; Deena Kaye Lange and Anra Bigham as Girls Final; Tandova Jade Ecenia as Girl Wedding; and .9on Cutler as Guest. WORKING behind the scenes Director Carl Williams are Yen Lu Wong, associate director for movement; Sherry Thornton-Taylor, Catherine discusses acting techniques he wants conveyed. Stenberg resigns Patricia Stenberg, associate music arts professor and renowned oboist, has resigned from the USF Music Department because she felt it was "time for a change." Stenberg, who has taught at USF for 13 years, said she will leave at the end of this quarter to take a teaching position at the State University of Orlando (formerly Florida Technological University) in September. She said she had "high regard" for the music faculty here but needed a change. Stenberg has been an oboist for the Florida Gulf Coast Symphony and the Sarasota West Coast Symphony. She has recorded with Golden Crest Records. l!WHEREISITATI! We've got the balls to . I improve your Executive Golf Clubs prices for the second straight .weekend! Special Sale Sunday, Monday, Tuesday April 1 -3 Fcimous Golf Tech of California doub.te, knit Slacks & Shirt Qutfit Was Now Only $46.95 $20.00 Walka mile in our shoes. Famous Johnson & Murphy Golf Shoes never before sold in Florida at this ridiculou-sly low price' Regularly Now Only ; $48.95 $29.95 Famous Name Clubs. Balls and all Golf etceteras going at ridiculously low prices this weekend only. See me, Jason Lampel, for free advice. My only slice is on my price. 213 S. DALE MABRY (NEXT TO SAMBO'S) 877-8703 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK MON,-SAT. 9 30 6.30 Friday Nights Till 9:30 Sun. 10 6:30 Yes, Students and Faculty You Get a 10 per cent Break On Everything Oracle photo by Ann Cravens Vicci Carpenter (left) and Linda Boni in a scene from "Blood Wedding." Bacos and Patricia Ford, choreographer; and Lee Ahlin, assistant directors; Joe Bertucci, music composer-arranger. stage manager; Cynthia The three-act play will be Reckeweg and Marla Dixon, performed May 1 through 6 and 8 assistant stage managers; Bill through 13 at 8 p.m. in Centre Lorenzen and Sam Bagarella, set Stage '.>unting Spin Bolcncing Alignment 9:30 to 6:30 Mon. thru Friday West Tampa 1705 West Chestnut 9:30 to 2:00 Sot. YBOR CITY 1501 2nd Ave. ... Counter Only free Mounting Spin Balancing \ 253-0786 248-5016 8:30 to 5:30 Mon. thru Fri. 8,30 to 1,00 So!.


THE ORACLE -April 25.1171 7 Performers featured this weekend are Arthur, Hurley and Gottlieb (above) and Russ Kirkpatrick. Two mini-concerts to highlight weekend The Student Entertainment and Activities Council

8-THE ORACLE April 25, 1973 USF meets Gators HY D..\ YE :\IOORM..\:\:\ Oracle Sports Editor Since his shin bone fracture nearly three weeks ago, Don Ellison; USF's number one pitcher at the start of the season, has thrown only one innings. But Coach Beefy Wright plans to use the Melbourne senior in the starting role today against the University of Florida in a 3:30 p m home contest. OF TttE "Possibility of Ellison opening on the mound, Wright said, "he threw batting practice Monday and it looks like he is He's going to give it a try." "He must have thrown 50 pitchef. and he missed the strike zone wildly only four times. Also, he was throwing his slider something he wasn't able to do at the beginning of the year because of tendonitis In 50 and two-thirds innings of work, Ellison has a 3-2 record with a 3 20 ERA. His 396 batting average trails club leader Mike Campbell's total by 32 points as the Brahmans as a team are hitting 277. Hl'T IN ITS last eight games. USF has managed just 25 hits, collecting only eight in a pair of weekend losses to Stetson. "They hit real well Monday." Wright said of the players performance at practice. "Everybody was relaxed and that's a good sign I think some of the pressure's off. speaking, when Don pitched the team always played better defense behind him. We might get that lift today." WITH ELLISON slated to throw. Wright will move his best defensive outfielder, Rudy Daumy. to first base Either Glenn Alvarez or John Langstaff will take his place in the outfield. Wright said Tony Ciccarello would have played today but his services have been lost for the remainder of the year due to a spike wound received in last Friday's game. Ciccarello was one of USF's top pinch hitters, having collected four key pinch hits this year. AGAINST FLORIDA today USF may receive a break because of the Gators' schedule. Windjammers faring well in spring meets After USF, Florida plays Tennessee in a double-header Friday and a single game on Saturday with a game against the Brahmans next Monday. Van derbilt meets :o-1orida in a doubleheader May .4. "They have an outstanding pitching staff," Wright said, "but we might not get one of their top three pitchers throwing against us." USF's Windjammers have entered three regattas this quarter, taking a first place trophy in one of the meets. In the April 7-8 Silver Spoon Regatta, hosted by Pensacola Junior College, the Brahmans intramurals Men's Softball Underrated 17, Circle K 5 Eta 1 8, Theta 2 4 Beta 3 East 6, Beta 2 East 2 ATO 14, Sigma Nu 2 KMA 17, Und.,feated Soul 6 Alpha 4 West 9, Alpha I West a Gam. e Point 7 Bas<>I Gang O !forfeit) Women's Volleyball Gamma 5 East 2, Gamma 4 west o 111. ilda 1 ; 2 East o (forfeit) Gamma 4 East 1, Mu 1 Easto (forfeit) grabbed top honors with Ritchie Riddle and Wendy Burns tops in their respective divisions. University of Florida hosted an April 14-15 regatta in which the Gators defeated USF. Last weekend the Brahmans travelled to St. Petersburg to compete in the St. Petersburg Easter Invitational. Up against larger teams, USF was defeated by Flordia State, Notre Dame and the Citadel. The Brahmans have two more regattas scheduled for Qtr 3 Tallahassee and Pensacola will be sites of the mid-May contests. the USF Sailing Club meets every Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the UC. Membership is open to all, with novice and experienced welcome. The NCAA College Division tourney picture in Florida was shaken somewhat Monday when Eckerd, now 21-6, lost to Rollins in 10 innings, 3-2. The Stars are 18-16. THE BRAHMANS lost to Rol.lins twice this season while defeating_ Eckerd ip their lone meeting. Friday USF travels to St. Petersburg to play the Tri tons. "Rollins is just an average team," Wright said of the squad which has defeated USF since 1969. "It just seems they always play well against us. "I'd like to play them for an entire season. Although they play one or two good games against us each year, I think we would have a winning season." USF tennis team winds up season against Tech BY DAVE MOORMANN Oracle Sports Although the difference bet ween a winning and losing year hinges on the outcome of today's match, Coach Spaff Taylor said the men's tennis squad is ex tremely confident. The Brahmans, 12-12 on the season, conclude the 1973 campaign in an away matc!1 with Florida Tech, a team they defeated earlier, 7-2. "THE. GUYS have a lot of pressure," Taylor said. "They know they have to win and the job is put squarely on their shoulders. They all want to have a winning season. "I think the team is ready to give forth their best effort. As a team we're ready to go." At present USF is mired in a three game losing streak with its last victory coming almost two weeks ago against Mississippi. BUT TAYLOR said the team's attitude is optimistic and men tally the Brahmans will be ready for the F'lorida Tech match. USF's doubles game, which has been suspect all season took two out of three from the Knights in the first meeting and Taylor is hoping for the same today. "We're in pretty good shape as far as doubles are concerned, Taylor said "and we're capable of doing well against them. I'm pretty well satisfied. AL THOUGH THE contest is USF'.s fifth straight away from home, the Brahman coach does not see this as having an adverse effect on the team. "I don't think it'll make that much difference," said Taylor. "Orlando is just about an hour's drive down the road and its just like playing in our own backyard. We're pretty familiar with that section of the country." If USF triumphs today it will be the team's seventh winning season in tennis' eight year existence at the University. Only in 1971 when the Brahmans finished 6-11 did fall below the .500 level. JUST ONE OF the top six Brahman players, Joel Racker, will be playing his last match for USF today, which has Taylor smiling about the future. "Things really look good for next year,'' Taylor said. "We have a lot of young players returning." YOU TOO, CAN ENJOY THE HIGHEST STANDARD OF QUALITY COUNT ON SPOTLESS TO DELIVER THE BEST CRAFTMANSHIP AT COMPETITIVE PRICES SPECIAL: 8 lbs. of budget DRY CLEANING for + San1tone (Good only University Plaza Plant) 21 CONVENIENT STORES oracle photo lly Steve Brier Don Frederick takes lead from first . in recent Brahman contest Pike plans bicycle race for handicapped Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity is sponsoring its first annual Pike Bike Race for Muscular Dystrophy this weekend. Pike's plans include a dance to kick off the money raising drive at Argos Center. Starting at 9 p.m. Friday, the dance will feature music by Beyond and admission is $1. Sunday, Pike will feature the bike race and participants may enter in bicycle or tricycle events. The races, which will be at 1 p.m., will be followed by a hot pants contest open to all sororities. Members of Pike will ride 90 miles fo Clermont with local businesses contributing money for each mile ridden. All proceeds will go to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. presents a lll FLY IN N I Sunday, April 29 N In case of rain Sunday, May 6 i (If in doubt call UC Desk or the airport) ' lsCHEDULE: 111 10 am -1 pm Barnstorming ''free rides" 1 pm -2 pm A e r o b a t i c D e m o (Courtesy of Aviation Supply Inc.) l noon -2 pm Hotdogs )ll' lll 2 pm -3 pm Short-field take-off contest Jll 3 pm -4 pm Spot landing contest j\j 4 pm -5 pm Bombing contest jll 5: 30 pm Fly off .. :. Plant City Municipal Airport Directions: 1-4 to Branche Forbes Road, left tum on US 92, right turn on 574, cro s s RR tracks then .. tum left to airport.


Sign-up deadline today for second annual race Registration forms for USF's second annual raft race, scheduled for Saturday, must be submitted today according to Intramural Coordinator, Andy Honker To enter the competition call the Intramural Office at ext. 2125 or go to PED 100 before 5 p m THE CONTEST, staged at the Riverfront recreation area, begins at 1:30p.m. Saturday with raft display and judging The race itself starts at 2 p.m Three trophies will be awarded for creative design of rafts and five trophies for the top finishers in the race All rafts must be homemade witl:i the maximum size being 6 ft. by 6 ft. There must be four persons per raft with participants remaining in contact w i th the rafts throughout the race. Rafts may be propelled by paddles poles and swim fins IN .LAST YEAR S l!'l:ITIAL meet, the Science Center Association took first in creative design with first place honors in racing go ing to Tau Kappa Ep silon. Seagulls have fly-in The South Florida Seagulls ard S Varga, professor of mathematics at Kent State, will present a series of lectures Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 2 p.m in CHE 105. THE ORACLE -April 25, 1973 Kazoo, Kazoo With a new name and a new emblem, the Brahman Bull Band (Pep Band) will have a recruiting drive today in the University Center. Besides needing "regular" musicians, the band is hoping to start USF's first kazoo band. For more information call Marty Zolno at 2645. 8pm TAT 501 w Comparisons of conditioned learning in worms and humans will be made by Dr. Herb Kim mel, USF psychologist, in a public talk today at 8 p.m . in PHY 141 sponsored by Sigma Xi, a nationa'l scientific society Sigma Delta Chi will meet April 30 in LAN 460 at 2 p m Voting on applicants for bership, and discussion of ac tivities will take place. All members should attend. Students interested in membership should submit their name, address, resume of ex perience and future plans to Laurel or Lenora in LAN 472"by Friday. russ kirkpatrick. I T H ID C.W. METCALF "11me. a.nd. Mu.sic A.l.E.S.E.C. AIESEC will hold a mem bership drive today in UC 205 at 2 p m Students interested in foreign exchange programs are ne e ded to expand the organization THURSDAY Coffeehouse A Night Owl Coffeehouse featuring O:V. Hanger and Carole Luckie is planned April 26 from 9-12 p m. in the Empty Keg. Anyone wi'>hing to play may come and do so FRIDAY Ps:vch. Lecture Dr. Erazim Kohak, Boston University, will speak on "Husserl. Marx, Freud: Quest World Affairs Council The World Affairs Council will hold an International Fashion Show in the UC Ballroom April 30 at 7 :30 p m CONTINUING EVENTS Helpline If you want info on drugs, activities or just want to rap, call HELPLINE at ext. 2555 or Women s Line ext. 2556 for women s problems Senior Class Senior Class graduation an nouncements are on sale in the UC Lobby from 10 a.m.-4 p : m until April 25. The charge is 25 cents Name cards can also be ordered at this time. ELECTRIC JAM SESSION Thursday-April 26 10 PM UC Ballroom FH I-: I: II/ I I> Sponsored by SEAC 8pm TAT ARTHUR HURLEY & GOTTLIEB with Ron Kickasola 9


IO-THE ORACLE April 25, 1973 1They had all read the same book1 BY ANDREA HARRIS Oracle Staff Writer Ed. Note: USF's first administrative offices were moved from downtown Tampa to campus locations April 26, -1960. In the past 13 years, many things besides USF's files have changed. The following story is part two of a look back by Oracle Feature Editor Andrea Harris. The year USF opened to students --1960--was an election year, and everyone from the president to groundskeepers had somethlng in common. They all had read the same book: ''The American Presidency, 11 by Clinton Rossiter. IT WAS THE first one chosen by a student-faculty committee as the all-university book: a book recommended each quarter, trimester or semester

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12-THE ORACLE Committee members appointed by Mackey Five students, five faculty and three staff members have been appointed by USF Pres. Cecil Mackey to a committee to provide input for a State University System security manual. Dr Charles Arnade, professor of International Relations, will chair the ad hoc committee, according to Joe Busta, assistant to Mackey. STUDENT members will include Bill Davis, Fred Peterson, Valerie Wickstrom, Paula Cunningham and Roger Storm Busta said yesterday the students were chosen from an ad hoc committee formed recently to review University Police problems. He said the earlier committee was formed by Oracle Editor Bob Fiallo. Wickstrom said she was told by Arnade she has been named chairman of the student group. FACULTY members include Hans Jurgensen, Ronald Birke, Oscar Garcia, AI Lowe and Arnade. The faculty recommendations came from Dr. Jesse Binford, president of the Faculty Senate Phyllis Marshall, director of Student Organizations, will represent Administrative and Professional staff. Marshall did not know who the other staff members were and Arnade was not available for comment. Busta said the committee will only meetonce or twice. The committee will make its recommendations directly to Mackey in time for him to report to the Council of University Presidents May 7. Unexpected----Spare Corpuscles Debbie Isaac was among USF students who donated blood yesterday in Phi Delta Theta's annual blood drive Nt.irse Jessie Corral adjust's the donor's table while Beth Ruis offers encouragement to the USF woman who gave "a pint to save a life." Oracle photo by Randy Lovely Labor union interested in maintenance workers A local labor union has ex pressed interest in organizing members of USF's Physical Plant Maintenance Department, according to Larry Jackson, a worker in the plant's electrical and plumbing shop. terested in doing everything we can to have these men get organiz.ed. '' He said a formal statement concerning his Union's involvement with Physical Plant would be forth coming some time next week. "There were times," Jackson said, "when the men (in Physical Plant l were job-scared. But now everybody is talking union. This is something that has been building up for over ten years. Up .to now," Jackson said, "they have never had anyone behind them." Local 88. of the Painters and Allied Trades Union were OD ci;tmpus distributing material to workers leaving campus at the end of the day. Material describing the union as well as applications for membership were distributed to "everybody (approximately 30) but a few men who went out the front gate," Jackson said. Audit-----------. The distribution of information was directed by J. D. Jones of the District 66 Council of the Painters and Allied Trades Union. Contactect last night, Jones would not comment about the Physical Plant situation, other than to say "We are very in" Continued from Page I said steps will be taken to be sure the investigations are not "whitewashes." He said Butler was concerned, not only with finding out if falsification is actually occurring, but with finding the reasoris behind his w o :r: k er s discontent Regarding reprisals by Physical Plant officials against me they think ;ire in volved in lodging the complaints, Mackey said, "There is no basis for reprisals. That is not an Increase in labor costs 1economically' necessary Beginning MSY, 1, Physical Plant's labor cost per hour will from $6.35 to $7 .35, according' to Charles Butler, director. Butler said the increase was necessary due to "economic" reasons, citing that Physical Plant's Working Capital Fund, through which his workers draw salaries, is "very much in the red." The per hour labor charge, which according to Butler is still well below hourly rates charged by off-eampus companies, has been steadily increasing since 1960. At that time the charge.was $3.50. In 1970 the cost climbed to $5.30 and since the first of this year has risen to $6.35. According to Physical Plant officials, special permission to increase the labor cost was granted by the state. acceptable reaction by people in administrative responsibility. That would be a totally inap propriate reaction.'' Yesterday afternoon, Butler said he would "welcome an in. vestigation" into his office. Asked if Chavez and Kraemer will have any influence ori the investigatfon, since Mackey has not suspended them, Butler said, "They will have no influence, because they will be left out of it." LUTZ PAINT & BODY SHOP The place to have you ar repaired correctly. 907 129th Ave. PH. 971-111 5 Continued from Page 1 would be made on recommendations from the SG President, Walbolt said. However, he said the error occurred "through no fault" of Busta. "I'm convinced there was no intention to subvert anyone ... I hope they understand there was nothing contrived about it. There's nothing further from the truth," Walbolt said. IN A MEMO to Howell yesterday, Davis said he realized the methods of selection for student representatives on committees were a "product of confusion" and "not a malicious \' 111 I You Are Cordfilly I / / Wake Up TOYOTA PUTS IT All TOGETHER to the advantages of advertising in the Oracle Classified Ads. 5 lines Jor $1 Lan 472 Ext. 2620 Quality Economy Roominess Fun attempt to make a mockery of the process ... However, Davis continued with passages from the BOR Operating Manual and policy statements declaring "SG Shall be the represerntative of all students" and notingSG's right to participate in decision making procedures. "I hope that it is clear that the responsibility for nominating students to all-University committees rests in the office of the President of Student. Governent, and that I will exercise that responsibility for the remainder of my tenure of office ... ,'' Davis concluded. I


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