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The Oracle
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Oracle Photo by 'Barge' Brier Commencement speaker Smith ... receives an honorary doctorate from Pres. Mackey d flits. ag s ORACLE June 12, 1973 Vol. 8 No. 38 12 pages AA UP conducts survey Mackey, Riggs lose faculty confidence BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Staff Writer Faculty confidence in USF's two top administrators has dropped sharply, according to a recent American Association of University Professors concept of a university, or it may be forced on him from above," Moore said. referring to state Board of Regents policies. CONTACTED LAST night. Mackey said he "could not comment on something I have not seen <'referring to survey results> Graduating class largest "This (drop of confidence in Mackey) is depressing news," Barber said. "I don't believe-an administration should govern a university if it can't earn the confidence of the faculty," he said. Moore pointed to Riggs' increased reliance on the Council .of Deans ('each of the nine college deans) in making important decisions as well as an increased work burden and "inefficiency in the office" as reasons for lack of faculty confidence in Riggs. USF's 17 year history In BY MIKE ARCHER Oracle Staff Writer A record crowd of 8,500 jammed Tampa's Curtis Hixon Hall Sunday afternoon for commencement exercises honoring the largest graduating class in USF's 17 year history. "In 1963 we held our first commencement," USF Pres. Cecil Mackey told the gathering. "Today, on the occasion of our eleventh ceremony, over 4,000 students will formally enter the ranks of graduates of the University." OF THE 4,372 degrees awarded, 3,555 were baccalaureates and 812 were masters, raising the total of USF degrees awarded to over 23,000. Commencement speaker William Reece Smith Jr., president of the Florida Bar, told the graduates not to get carried Water: Editor's note: The City of Tampa, Hillsborough County, Pinellas County and surrounding areas on Florida's West Coast have been experiencing what has come to he known as the annual water shortage. As a result, some cities, including Tampa, have ordered cutbacks in lawn sprinkling. USF, though it lies beyond Tampa's city limits, is a major area water user. This article attempts to examine USF's water situation, focusing particularly on lawn sprinkling. BY RIClli\IU> URBAN Staff Writer USF pours about 1.25 million ga llon s of water through it s irrigation system per day to Grades due June 18 Al Crews, assistant director of Hecords and R1;gistration, yesterday said Qtr. : 1 grades will b e out by .June 18. We'll have th em in th e mail by next Mon day," he said. away with the search for money and work as ends in themselves. "Amid all else take time for yourself," he told the graduates, clad in traditional black cap and gowns. "Self-exploration and self-development are the measure of maturity," he said. BEFORE THE address, special faculty awards were presented to Dr. Charles Spielberger and Dr. Walter Herman. Spielberger, a psychology professor, is working in Europe under two NATO grants to study stress and anxiety. Herman is a 10 year veteran in the Economics Department. Smith told the graduates that as newly arrived private citizens, they should make commitments to improve social and political conditions, to better themselves and cope with the sobering problem of going to work. "There is still plenty to be radical about," he said. "We are all painfully aware of the problems inherent in the unlawful conduct of individuals who act in what they feel are justifiable circumstances," Smith said, apparently referring to the Watergate scandal. "THEY CREATE conditions whereby everyone must be fearful of his safety, privacy, and security," he said. He told the graduates they should continue to develop knowledge and skill, and not begin the usual post-graduation physical and intellectual decline "Work can become compelling, oppressive and dull," he said. "Whatever your vocation, you must seek to control it rather than let it control you." Lawn sprinkling adds to area water shortage "I realize they (USF) are not subject to our recommendations because they have their own wells, but why waste anything?" --Dale Twachtman water campus grounds, main taining its multi-million dollar landscape. Using about 4S7 million gallons of waler annually, USF is ser vic ed by nin e wells located around the campu s, rather than city pip es, Bill Andrews, USF Landscape anrl Grounds supcrintendant said. lli\LI: TWi\( llTMAN Tampa Water Hesources coordinator, said, I realiz e they (()SFl are not subject to our recommendations because they ha ve their own wells, but why waste anything?" Twachtman, who issued a request that Tampa water users cut down lawn sprinkling during the day, said although the policy is not. aim<'d at well users hear a great deal about merit, but are con tinually faced with situations rejecting merit and using other factors in determining tenure and promotion," Barber said. Moore said he saw one factor in the expressed lack of confidence Moore said Faculty Senate members resent the value placed by Riggs on Council of Deans decisions. "THE COU!\'CIL of Deans appP.ars to have the ultimate advisory capacity," Moore said, adding, "They have the last and strongest word." Barber also referred to the reliance on the dean's council as being a point of stress with faculty members. He pointed to Riggs' recent approval of academic grievance procedures recommended by the deans. Senate had submitted a grievance proposal, but Riggs rejected it in favor of the deans'. J Mackey later approved the plan endorsed by Riggs and the Councii of Deans. YESTERDAY, Riggs was unavailable for comment. Oracle Photo by John Raoux Watering USF grass ... takes about l.25 million gallons per day


2-THE ORACLE June 12, 1973 1.5 million sought by McCord Nixon named in suit Tiie Ra,en FOUNTAIN SANTA ANA, Calif. (UPI) President Nixon will be named as a defendant in a $1.5 million civil lawsuit to be filed this week by convicted Watergate conspirator James W. his attorney said Monday. Henry Rothblatt, in a telephone interview with the Santa Ana Register, concede. d that the President is imi:nune from legal action, but only in his capacity as President." "Like everyone else, though, he is responsible and liable for his nonpresidential actions, like not paying bills or running an illegal political campaign," McCord's lawyer said. Other defendants to be named in the suit are former White House aides H. R. Haldeman, John Ehrlichman and John Dean, he said. 0 EO head ousted WASHINGTON Vice President Spiro T. Agnew said today that the Senate's Watergate hearings will only "muddy the waters of justice beyond redemption." "Even if the Senate hearings succeed in reliably establishing the guilt of some individuals in the Watergate, they will probably do so at the expense of ultimate conviction of those persons in court," Agnew said. Cleaver seeks asylum PARIS (UPI) The French lawyer for Eldridge Cleaver appealed anew to France Monday to grant political asylum to the militant Black Panther leader on grounds it is not safe for him to live in Algeria and he "ran risks" if he were to return to the United States. Lawyer Roland Dumas did not say where Cleaver, a fugitive from justice since fleeing from the United States in 1968, is now living but did say he was not residing in Algeria 13116 FLORIDA AVE. ROOM TAMPA STANLEY J, TEL 935 1946 and MARY A. FIJAL 11 .A.M. TO 11 :30 P.M. EVERY DAY ... SEAC Presents .. -DANCE CONCERT UCBallroom "Outlaws '' 50 w/1.0. Friday, 9 12 p.m. June 15, 1973 Oil anti-trust suit planned WANTS YOU!!!!!!!!!!! Tallahassee (UPI )--Assistant Attorney General Daniel S.; Dearing said Monday that Florida will file federal anti-trust suits soon against major oil companies he claims have plotted a phony energy "crisis" to discredit environmentalists and eliminate competition. Dearing said in an interview that the companies. which he would not yet identify by name, control the production of crude oil through. an "interstate oil compact." He said the com panies sell crude to independent refineries at prices controlled by supply, which the companies themselves can control through the interstate compact. Dearing said that even if the state is thrown out of court in its bid for an injunction ordering divestiture of crude oil holdings. "We hope to prod the Federal Government into doing something." He said-the Federal Trade Commission has had "15 or lawyers working 18 months on the case. but that the FTC refused t6 let him see its files when he was preparing the state suit. Talks on women set Tallahassee (UPD---To near first-hand the problems and concerns of women in all walks of life, the Governor's Commission on Status of Women will open a Series of statewide public hearings Wednesday in Pen sacola. "It is my hope that women and men throughout the state will ( f Io rid a take advantage of these public forums and help us make Florida an even better place for all our citizens to work and live," Gov. lleubin Askew said today in announcing the schedule of hearings The hearing will include news media treatment of women, problems of aging women, education for teenage mothers, discrimination in female vocational training, women's role in want ad classifications and employment of women in high level positions. Rabbits win race Tallahassee (UPI l --Attorney General Robert Shevin said Monday that use of live rabbits to train greyhound racing dogs violates Florida law against cruelty to animals. Shevin said in an opinion issued to Rep. Roger Wilson. R-St. Petersburg, that .. a trainer violates the Jaw: -"If he hangs a Jive rabbit from a mechanism that he causes to move around the track in front of the pursuing dogs until they catch up with and inflict pain or suffering upon the rabbit. or --''If he turns a live rabbit loose in front of starting boxes con taining racing dogs and thereby entices them to leave the boxes and attack the rabbit and inflict pain or suffering upon it." The Oracle Is the official student-edited newspaper of the University of South Florid1 and is published lour times weekly, Tuesday through Friday, during the academic year period September through mid -June; twice during the academic year period mid-June through August, by the 'university of South Florida, 4202 Fowler Ave., Tampa, Fla. 33620. Opinions expressed in The Oracle ilre those of the editors or of the writer and not those of the University of South Florida.' Addren correspondence to The Oracle, LAN 472, Tampa, Fla .. 3J620 Secarid class p0stage paid at Tampa, Fla. The Oracle reserves the right to regulate the typographical tone of all advertisements and revise or turn away copy It considers objectionable. Programs, activities and facilities of tha University of Sovth Florida are available to all on a non-discriminatory basis, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, ill or national origin. The University Is an alfirm .. tive action Equal Op. portunlty Employer. Dredge-fill Tallahassee (UPI> --Appealing for "human consideration," a Lee County developer Monday sought permission to connect his canal to the Caloosahatchee River and denied the State's contention that it would pollute the river. LUTZ PAINT & BODY SHOP The place to have you ar repaired correctly. 907 I 29th Ave PH. 971 -111 5 Summertime positions will be available commencing June 1. Here are a few of the areas which might interest you: Waitresses Busboys Custodians-Housekeeping Night Utility If you are interested, please apply in person at the personnel office, CAROLANDO MOTOR INN, at the intersection of I-4 and State Road 192, 15 mi:les southwest of Orlando, or submit your resume' to: Director of Personnel CAROLANDO MOTOR INN P.O. Box 1768 Kissimmee, Florida 32741 An Equal Opportunity Employer. SOUTH FLORIDA VOLKSWAGEN REPAIR YOUR NEW VOLKSWAGEN REPAIR SERVICE 13301 22nd Street (Fletcher & 22nctSt.) South of Frank & Rita's Restaurant ******Ht****** AN INDEPENDENT VOLKSWAGEN SERVICE : Rebu11t i CENTER : Engine JI- REBUILT ENGINF.S 40 H.P. i 1RANSMISSIONS t with exchange TUNE-UPS $275 BRAKES : : ALL VOLKSWAGEN**************. REPAIR WORK .. 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE ._ ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED NOTE! WE ARE NOT A SERVICE STATION PH. 971-1725 /


THE ORACLE -June 12, 1973 3 Student 1 guilty' in 1hazing' UP employe, plans appeal BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Staff Writer A USF student has been found guilty of "hazing" a University lolice (UP} receptionist and reprimanded by University of ficials. The student, Gary Wells, plans to appeal his case, claiming charges brought against him are "entirely too vague." WELLS SAID the "hazing" regulation was written to restrict initiation activities used by fraternities and sororities. He said his actions "did not violate the intended meaning of the rule." However, Dr. Joe Howell, vice president for Student Affairs, said the rule was intended for "just what we used it for," but conceded it was "poorly wor ded." "Ninety per cent of the time this rule ("hazing") applies to the actions of fraternities," said Howell, noting "it may n eed to be reworded." HOWEVER, BILL DA VIS, SG president, testiffied at Well's hearing that he was a member of the task force which worked on the regulation, and "it was never meant to apply to individu als The USF student handbo o k defines "hazing" as: "Any act by any person or group which adversely affects the health, safety or dignity of any person. "The SG Senate called on the University to pass a rule to stop fraternities' actions, said Davis. "That was the stated intent by Howell and Dan Walbolt. (assistant vice president for Student Affairs) at th e time it was written." DR. BOB (;H/\SSO. chairman of the disc iplina r y board. said the 7-member panel reached their verdict based on "the lett e r and not the spirit of the law .. In terms of the spirit of the law that can change if the board wants to interpret it that way," one board member said Jamie Kiser, the UP receptionist who brought the charges against Wells, claims he "in sulted her dignity" by th e language he allegedly used during a telephone conversation with her after UP impounded his illegally parked car. KISER CLAIMS Wells her, "Where the fuck is my goddamn car?" But Wells said he said, "Where the hell is my goddamn cat?" This is the first time anyone has said fuck to me," Kiser s a id, adding s he would bring charges against anyone who used "that kind of language" lo her. However, Grasso said the board did not base it s decision on the allege d profane language, which he said c ould not be proved." but rather because they felt Wells' "inappropriate language and conduct adversely affected her dignity." GHASSO NOTED it "sounded kind of fishy to some board members that she C Kiser J didn t file charges for two hour s "She could have t a lked to her husband and he may have been ups e t about it or she may have talk ed to other UP officers who resented his CWells' ) bad mouthing the police in the press." Crefer ing to coverage of Wells previous UP encoun ters). Grasso said. Wells has had seve r a l previous e n counters with UP. including an arrest for alleged possession of marijuana. Wells was released on that charge when\ UP discov e red the evidence was not marijuana but tea \\'ELLS ,\I.SO protes t ed th e secrecy of the U P report con ('('rning tlH' "hazi ng" incident. lie movrd for immediate dismissal of eharges because he s;1id IH' l'ould "in n o \1a:combat 1 lw r<'porl Chul'k ll<'wilt. assis tant vic e prrsident for Student Affair s. who rqiresented USF at th e hearing. said all police reports ;ire co n fidential. but noted a copy i s sent to. his offic e in these kind s of cases. .. i\t the nquPsl of U P 1 keep them 1 the report s l confidential." llewitl said. refusin g to show a copy to Wl'lls. 110\\"ELI. S :\IIl he "did not know wh:confidential UP IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Carriage Hills, a community of gracious homes in Temple Terrace. Phone 933-1043 Cherry Cre e k in the de sirable Lake Magdalene a rea. Phone 933-1043 HORATIO 3 and 4 bedrooms priced from I=I Equal Housing Opportunity 1.!!J $37,600 l : t ll{l'l W l'I .. \. BUILDERS OF "CRAFTED QUALITY" COMMUNITIES $175/ per quarter THAT'S ALL IT COSTS TO LIVE IN LA MANCHA DOS FOR SUMMER QUARTER (June 9 -August 14) 1 Block from campus on 42nd St. Phone 971-0100 reports are conveyed to his of fice, but Walbolt said it is done "when matters are handled in house." During the hearing Wells also moved for disqualification of one board member after she said she "could empathize with" Kiser. "She has already made a decision," Wells said, claiming her presence violated the 6th Amendment to the U S. Con stitution. HOWEVER, GRASSO said he didn't think the Constitution was applicable at the hearing since it was not a <;ivil court. However he was "not sure". Nixon addresses FTU graduates "If he CWe!ls) wants due process, he'll have to go d own town and that can get pretty messy." Grasso said later. Walbolt said the offense will be recorded only on Wells Student Affairs record and not his official transcript, but added, "That' s not quite as goo d as it sounds President Richard Nixon spoke at Florida Technological University's fifth graduation class Friday. Approximately 8,000 people attended the ceremonies in Orlando, with 796 students graduating. WALBOLT SAID Student Affairs records may follow students when they a pply for jobs or tra n s fer t o other universitie s. These procedures often require that students release this in formation to provide background information However, Grasso said he didn't know this procedure was used noting h e thought the disciplinary board action did not affect a student' s future. i---------1 : Eveiy Tuesday I I I I 2 for 1 for LADIES I I I ; DRAFT BEER I I I I I ; 9 10 p.m. ; I I I I : Mi Baek Yard I : 2 miles South of Busch I I I I on 40th St. I --------AN POWER George wants JOU ID his pants. 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4 -THE ORACLE June 12, 1973 Mackey Machine may move; but when, where? With the start of a new quarter, it might be beneficial to look back over last quarter to evaluate any progress As The Oracle looks back we do so with mixed emotions. Last quarter may well have been a turningpoint for the University Many important decisions were made, a few decisions were given a second look and reversed, but unfortunetly many decisions were not made, or if they were we feel the final verdict will not be to the benefit of students This public document was promulgated at an cost of $147 ,208.42 or !le per copy, to disseminate news to the students. staff and faculty of the University of South Florida , fighting to help students gain bicycle paths, and not interfering in the flap over the at tempted pollution of a USF lake. but we urge them to act on some of the issues they have tried to supress by burying in committees or with an extended time lag : > ''-<"::; ... > ,2: .. 1Nixon's the one' but not for USF WITH THE somewhat reduced work load in the summer, we feel this would be an excellent time for the ad ministration to act on many of the issues they have put off in the past. We urge them to consider students when making their decisions, as we feel students do play an importi:iat role in this institution. and therefore a priority item. not just another clog in the smooth running of the University as they have often been treated in the past. Our graduating class was luckier than they think. Not only are they now out in the big world with all that stuff about meeting academic challenges behind them, but they were lucky enough not to have Richard Nixon speak at graduation. Pity the poor graduates of Florida Tech. who were "blessed" with a talk from our President. All those hours of logic classes, down the drain. All the reading of constitutional law and studying our political system, wasted Not to mention all those years in high school and elementary school learning what most Americans know as common sense. For in one talk, FTU heard logic cast .asunder and our constitution challenged by a man who condones criminal activities as mere over zealous conduct. WE PITY anyone who has to leave the relative sanity of the academic world with a parting statement of, "things look bad today, because they are better than ever." Now, how in the hell can things look bad today, because they are better than ever? The stupidity 6f the statement is perfectly clear. In latter years, our graduates may look back and boast that it was not they who had the first president ever impeached speak to them Who wants to tell their grandchildren they heard the man who 'Jost the war, started a secret police force, and bombed in nocent people,

THE ORACLE -June 12, 1973 Counseling Center 'isn't a shrink place' BY MARILYN M. EVON Oracle Staff Writer The Counseling Center for Human Development is a com plicated title for a department that seeks to uncomplicate the lives of USF students. The center, located in the Andros-Office Classroom C AOC l in the dorm area, provides professional assistance in areas of personal counseling, psychiatric consultation, v ocational guidance, tutoring, 'Students hear the word counseling and think that this place is solely for sick people.' --Dr. Jorge Garcia speech and hearing, reading and study skills, parole and prob atio n and vocational rehabilitation "WE'RE FULL go for the Summer quarter.' said Dr. Ed A llen, director of the center. Full services for the Summer include operation of the Drug Rap Cadre, a drug counseling service, Helpline an information and crises intervention phoneline, and non-credit courses in developmental English Dr Jorg e Garcia, associate director, stressed th e image of a h e lping h a nd in the day to day development of human b ei ngs. "TlllS ISN'T a shrink place," h e said. "Student s hear the word counseling and think that his place is solely for sick people '; Nixon resignation asked There are 18 professionals at the Counseling Center, all with psychology training --some wit h psychiatric degrees -and over 100 paraprofessionals working with developmental programs. Counselors help students in evaluating and testing their persona l potential lo r ed ucational and career goals. LITTLE ROCK, Ark The Arkansas Gazette, the largest newspaper in the state, Sunday called for the resignation of President Richard Nixon The Gazette said the country does not appear capable of resourceful action," as inflation continues the stock market falls and the dollar is beleaguered. "There is little confidence in the United States government. under Mr Nixon. e ither at home or abroad. "Mr. Nixon should. indeed. resign in the interest of the country and of us all said the Gazett e which endorsed George McGovern in the 1972 presidential e lection. Not ing s u ggestions that Vice President Agnew s hould resign. the newspaper said a duel resignation would be l ogica l and in the nation a l interest." but was not a "practical matter. "If Nixo n i s forced out. Agnew will become President, Need a book? Business hours for the textbook center will be 9 a m to 7 p m Monday through Friday until June .25. The center will be closed for inventory June 26 through June 30 Reopening July 2, the center will operate from noon to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. The textbook center will accept personal checks although during early days of book-buying student:' may have to stand in line while checks are approved. The Bookstore, located in the UC, is open 9 a m to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 10 a.m. to 1 :30 p m. on Saturdays. USF's library will be open 8 a m. to 11 p m Monday through Friday, 8 a m to 5 p.m on Saturday, and 1 to 11 p m on Sundays. The library will be closed June 23 for maintainance on th e air conditioning system. The library will also be closed on July 4, opening from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 5 and 6 resuming its r eg ular sc h edule on Sunday, July 8. CHIK FASHIONS -MAXIS $10 inevitabl y, and this i s t he reality that must be faced," the Gazette said. "On thi s premise, it is our view that Nixon should still go because. as bad and as blun dering a vice president as Agnew has been he would hardly--a nd this is meant in all serio usn essbe any worse a Pres ident than Mr. Nixon ha s been A career information library provides job information in cluding guides to career plan ning dictionaries of occupational titles a nd job descriptions. L./103 KENNEDY BLVD t i DON SIEGEL'S PHOFESSIO:\',\L psychologists also assist st udents in career guidance, particularly those students having id enti ty and motivational problems. Th e Drug Hap Cadre i s an ex tcntion and alternate to the Counse ling Center. Organized, s t affed a nd run by student paraprofessionals, the cadre is primarily dir ecte d toward drug crisis interven tion l\/o appointment is necessary, no nam es are required and no records are kept. The Cadre operates Helpline, a telephone information and emergency n>ferral service. Helpline operators are on duty from 6 midnight through the week and 24 hours on the weekends Th e H elpline number is 974-2:i55. TllHOl'GH cooperation bet ween the Cadre and the University Police a analysis program is offerect to USF students. Sealed samples of drugs stating the proported contents may be dropped off at the center. They are then taken to the Clearwater Free Clinic for analysis. Results are available at the center and will be published in The Oracle Hours of the center are 8 a m. through 5 p m during the week or by appointment at 0th .er times Separate from, but coordinated with, the Counseling Center is the Student Career and Employment Center. This center, located on the first floor of AOC, coordinates available on and off campus jobs with students in need of work WflTU( 8W.5 -,1,.....,,--.. O /LS .. SOllP 1 .. f llC aN Sf/. ,OH Based on the story by Jack Finney Run.:. and there was no place to run I Hide ... and there was no place to hide I It was the last days of the human race ... PANTSUITS & SLACKS with Kevin McCarthy. Dana Wynter. Larry Gates. Directed by Don Siegel. Produced by Walter Wanger. ,__, 20% OFF 10024 N. JOth 971-2494 Open Doi l y 101 S ol 1(). 6 Wednesday 8& 10 p.m. Florida Center for the Arts June 13 LAN 103 Film Arts Series h 1 c :.<


A co111munity is alarmed ... by growing pods in "Invasion of the Body Snatchers." UC-SEAC Qtr.4 films feature 'adventure' Eight weekend movies this quarter will range from adventure and espionage to unconventional and even t e rrifying relationships. "The Baby Maker, starring Barbara H e rshey as "baby-maker" for a Beverly Hills couple will be shown Friday at 7 :30 and 9 :30 p.m and Saturday and Sunday a t 8::10p.m. in LAN 103. "COOL HAND Luke," starring Paul Newman as a "fiercely in dependent spirit" who defies the establishment, will be presented June 22 at 7 :30 and 9:30 p.m. and June 23 and 24 at 8 :30 p.m. in LAN 103. "Daddy's Gone A-Hunting starring Carol White and Paul Burke in a love affair which turns into a nightmare, will be featured June 29 at 7:30 and 9 :30 p.m. and June :m and July lat 8 :30 p.m. in LAN 103. "Lord Jim," starring Peter O'Toole, James Mason, Eli Wallach and Curt Jergens, will be shown July 6 al 7:30 and 9 :30 p.m and July 7 and 8 at 8 :30 p.m. in LAN 103. "INSIDE DAISY Clover starring Natalie Wood as a teenage singing sensation in the 1930s, will be shown July 13 at 7 :30 p.m. and July 14and15at8:30p.m. in LAN 103. "The Grasshopper,' starring Jim Brown and Jaqueline Bisset, will be presented July 20 at and 9:30 p m and July 21 and 22 at 8 :30 p.m. in LAN 103. "The Silencers," featuring Dean Martin, Stella Stevens and Victor Buono, will be shown July 27 at 7:30 and 9 :30 p.m. and July 28, 29 at 8 :30 p m in FAH 101. "BULLITT starring Steve McQueen and featuring the famous chase scene through San Francisco from a behind-the-whe e l view. will be shown August 3 at 7::l0 a nd 9 :30 p.m. and August 4 and 5 a t 8 :30 p m in LAN 103. Admission to the films, sponsored by the Universit y Center in cooperat ion with the Student Entertainment and Activiti e s Council, is 50 cents CLOSE OUT OF ALL KLH SPEAKERS AND SONY RECORDERS 10% above COST!!! MATCH THESE PRICES WITH ANYONE,ANYONE IN TA1\i1PA! THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF ()UR PRIC ;ES: $169.95 KLH NOWT $99.95 KLH 4812 Busch Bini. (.) blocks ea.-;/ of Hwwh Gardens) 988/();)9 ()J>f,'\ Tl/,/, ()/>l/ 6 -THE ORACLE June 12, 1973 Classic sci-ti thriller opens Film Art Series A Busb y B e rkely colo r s p e c tacular and a class ic s ci e nce fic tion thrill e r will highlight th e Summer Quarter Film Art Series. The series, sponsored by the Florida Center for the Arts will host 10 films in LAN 103. "INVASION OF the Body Snatchers, a classic sci-fi film starring Dana Wynter and Kevin McCarthy will open the series Wednesday at 8 and 10 p m Admission to the tale of the takeover of the earth by mysterious "pods" from outer space is 50 cents. The highly acclaimed Japanese film, "Late Spring," directe d by Yasujiro Ozu, will be shown June 20 ai 8 p m. The film is a bout a young woman, past "marriageable age" and her strong love for her father. Admission is 75 cents Ken Russell s cinematic fantasy of the wild and s e nsually tragic life of the famed Russian composer Peter Tchaikozs k y, "The Music Lovers," w ill be screened June 21 at 7 : 30 and 9: 45 p.m. Admission to the film, shown for the first t ime in Tampa, is 50 cents. ALAN BATES and Janet Suzman will star in th e British film "A Dav in the Death of Joe Egg," a tragic domestic farce about the relationship b e tween two parents and their vegetable like, wheelchair ridden" daughter, June 27 at 8 p.m Admission to the film ada pted from the Peter Nichols' stage play is 75 cents. This will be the film s first showing in Tam pa "The King of Hearts, a humorous and surrealistic tale about a World War 1 take over of a French town by the inmate s of an insane asylum after th e oth e r villagers and retreati ng G erma n forces have fled, will be shokn July 3 and 8 p.m. Alan Bat e s a nd Genvieve Bujol star in the Philippe de Broca film Admission is 50 cents. Award winning Broadwa y stars James Earl Jones, J a mes Coco and Stacy Keach will s t a r in "The End of the Road Jul y 11 a t 8 p.m. The film adapted from the John Barth novel, tell s the story of a college prof essor p a r a lyz e d by ina ction. His m e ntal nightmar e i s treated in a ho s pit a l for ps yc hoti c s where he forms a tragic friendship with a m a d academic coll eague and his wif e. Admission is 50 cents. BUSBY BERKELEY'S only color extravaganza will be scree ned July 18 at 8 p m. The G ang's All Here" stars Alice Fay and Carmen Miranca in her famou s Banana" number. The l a vi s hl y staged, somewhat surre ali stic piece will be shown togethe r with the Fox Movietone N e w s which a c c ompanied the film when it fir s t opened in D ecember. 1943 in N e w York. Admis s ion is 75 cents. Ingmar Bergm a n s medieval all egory of man's search for m ea nin g i n lif e, "Th e Seve nth Se al," will b e s ho w n .July 25 a t 7 p m Th e film set in pla gue r avage d Europe al th e e nd of the Crusades, concerns itself with a sy jbolic game of chess played b e twe e n a Knight and D e ath. Admis sion i s 5 0 cents. Walk a bout," an Aus tralian film about the relationship between a sister and a brother lost in the Australian wasteland a nd an aborigine boy who i s on a "walkabout," a s ix-month s ur vival test, will be screened Aug. 1 at 8 p.m. The final offering of the summer film s will be Lord Laurence Olivier's interpretation of William Shakespeare' s "Othello. Maggie Smith as Desdemona Frank Finlav as Iago, and Joyce as Emilia join Olivier in this screen version of the widely acclaimed stage production Aug 8 at 8 p m. 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An array of musical talent will hit Tampa Saturday. Deep Purple (upper corner), Savoy Brown (upper right), Billy Preston (right), Blue Oyster Cult (above) and Z. Z. Topp (not pictured) will perform in concert beginning at 6 p.m. at Tampa Stadium. Only 30,000 tickets will be sold for this special six act show. Tickets at $6 are on sale at Rasputin's, Budget Tapes, Stereo Tape Shop, Modern Music and the Stadium box Speech tryouts planned today Tryouts for three Qtr. 4 Speed Communication Department shows will be held today. Tryouts for "The Little Prince" will be from 7 to 10 p m. in LAN 478. "Winnie the Pooh" tryouts will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. in LAN 478. And tryouts for "The Wind in the Willows" will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. in LAN 480. For more information contact Dr. R. J. Schneider, LAN 422, ext. 2159. 10% OFF w /coupon Clay Pots Han"iB" Bask1ts h h Plant Food Pottin; Soil .----------: COUPON I I 10% OFF I I Void A ftcr 6-:30 I O'BEJ{ HY'S 10923 FLORIDA AVENUE TAMPA, FLORIDA 33612. PHONE 932-4325 -N-1 -,T .... CENTER ;-1 \':-,. RA.J,,E/(;H fasFt rparnocfle1 issse,donDaelalrce.rparrs '! \ "'' .1--"'f;? v '., on all makes of bicydes \} ) '""-:};. L220 E. f Jetcher Ave. HOW ARE y()'rJl(BRAKES? .. sir..zle summer w;th / Mr. Vito and JoSleS ......... WINTER HAVEN MALL ,,./... Winter Haven. Flor rda FLORI LAND MALL Tampa, Flunda LAKE PAAKER MALL Lakeland, Florida EXECUTIVE PLAZA Brandon. Florida THE ARCADE Lake Wales, Florida CUTLER RIDGE CENTER Miami, F lornta FIELDS PLAZA Leesburq, Florida Stadium rock concert AN ALTERNATIVE I LAMAHCBA DOS La Mancha Dos was designed as an alternative for students with no taste for dormitory rooms but without the budget to afford high rates of most conventional apartments either f_r LOW COST $67 .00-$!10.00 per month. That should be less than even a dormitory. f.r WALK TO USF : We are located 1 block from USF. You don't need a car to get to classes if you live at La Mancha Dos. f_r PRl\'.\l'Y IWOI\llNESS "t\ PIXSlt:\ESS Bedroom-study to yourself. Sleep when you want, study when you want. decorate and use as you want. Fully equipped all-electric kitchen. separate dining room. spacious living room two full bathrooms, patios overlooking beautiful Thick shag carpet wallto-wall, classy Bar celona-style furniture, luxury accomodations throughout. Planned parties at least .once a month. grills for harbt'cuing in eaeh courtyard. all residents young and single.-By next fall there will be two 2-ston recreation buildings. :1 pools, .sauna. hi 11 i a rd s. exercise rooms. tennis, basketball, volleyball. pingpong. color T.\'. loungts, meditation room. Trees. flowers, shrubbery beauty outside .\ place where the outdoors can he enjoyed. now accq1tcd for next fall and for l{cduccd for ''""\ carh. Spc('ifi(' on con1t-b1 LA MANCHA DOS APTS 1 Block from USF on 42nd St. Phone 971-0100 7


8 -THE ORACLE June 12, 1973 Campbell selected All-American player BY LENORA LAKE Oracle Sports Editor Mike Campbell, USF's second baseman, was named to the American Association of Collegiate Baseball Coaches AllAmerican team. Campbell is the first USF player.,to receive the award. HE WAS nominated by Baseball Coach Beefy Wright along with pitcher-first baseman Don Ellison and catcher Jeff Davis. Ellison and Campbell were named to the first annual All South College Baseball team, which includes the entire Atlantic <'oas t region. Wright said coaches from a ll the schools vote on the nominees and the players with the most votes win. HE SAID HE was not surprised Campbell was selected but thought Ellison was equally qualified. Golf team tries I was as much disappointed that Eliison didn't get it as I was happy that Campbell did," Wright added. Campbell from Brandon, batted .439 for th e Brahmans this year fifth highest in the nation for NCAA title ALTIIOUGII US F i s a College Division team. Wright said Campbell was fifth in all schools university or college division, because "more than half our games are against university division teams." USF s go lf team will try to capture the NCAA college division championship this week in Riv erside, Calif. Last year USF finished second in the competition. "I TIIINK OUR chances of finishing high. at least in the top s ix a r e very good." said Athletic Director Richard Bowers. The 72 hol e tourney opens today and continues through Friday. Five USF players will compete w ith approximatel y 200 players from about 40 sc hools, Bowers said Leading the team is Pat Lindsey, a junior from Toledo who averages around 74 shots per 18 holes OTIIEH c; 0 L FE HS representing USF are tc>am captain Vince Head, a senior from Jacksonville. Brian Ha wke. junior, Temple Terra<:e Ian Davidson. junio:, Canada, and Tom Brac ke Assistant coach Leroy Parr traveled to California with the Secretariat hard to match NEW YORK Stuffers j j TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU BETTER I inslyprints i I i 4347 W. Kennedy Blvd 5101 E Busch Blvd. I j Tampa, Flo. 33609 Tampa Flo. 33617 I 879-4684 985-2083 i &....,_,_,,_1 ,_,_,._.,,_,,_11-1>-t_l_fl-t.-.C,_l,_IJ-l1-fl_._I ...... BUDGET TAPES AND RECORDS LOTS OF LP'S ALWA:YS $2.99 LI KE: Super Sess10n 12 Dreams of Sardonicus Loggins & Messina--Sitting In Boz Scaggs It's A Beautiful Day Marrying Maiden Beck-Ola and Truth 5 early DYLAN titles Blue Oyster Cult--lst LP 8 early BYRDS titles James Gang Rides Again Mayall: Turning Point & USA 3 Wishbone Ash titles POCO: 1st LP & Delivering Johnny Winter: And & And Live 4 FIRESIGN THEATER LP titles ... and a hundred other LP titles for only $2.99 USF Fowler Ave. Normandy Park Boown Shopping Ct:nter < HERE!! Just follow the Map 10944 N. 56th Street


THE ORACLE -June 12, 1171 Mets sign Ellison KINGCOME'S TRIMMINGI Needlepoint, Monograming,.,,.. Rugs & Pillow Kits Dressmaking Y' : lOper cent Off On Any Purchase Of Except Handbags 11615 Fla. Ave. at Fowler ,.._.y_ Don Ellison, former USF star ... begins training with Mets at Pompano Beach. USF signs Walk as fourth 173 cager USF has signed Warren H. Walk, a 6-8, 220 pound center, to a full scholarship as the fourth man of the 1973-74 basketball team. "He's a strong player who will add a little dimension to our game," said Phil Collins, assistant basketball coach. ''He's a strong player who will add a little dimension to our game. He's not a big jumper but makes up for this by his aggressive playing." -Phil Collins "HE'S NOT a big jumper but makes up for this by his aggressive playing," he added. Walk, a USF sophomore ma1or1ng in speechbroadcasting, has a brother, Neil, who plays for the Phoenix Suns. Walk joins three other new recruits. Hillsborough Community College guard Leon Smith, guard George Hester from Brevard College, N.C. and for ward Ken Kellstrom from Camp Springs, Md. Collins said Walk is transfer from the University of Nevada and was not eligible to play last season. NCAA rules requires transfers to sit out one academic year, Collins explained. WALK PLAYED high school ball at Miami Beach High and in 1969 when his team had 20-8 record, he averaged 18 rebounds per game. The Hogan -I Silver and Turquoise HANDMADE INDIAN JEWELRY He was named to All-City, AllConference and All-Region teams. I I I Navajo-Zuni-Hopi rugs, pottery, baskets, beadwork 2512 E. Busch Blvd. 935-3407 HI-TIDE SEAFOOD SHOPPE Busch Plaza Shopping Center (next to Carvel Ice Cream) 988-6620 FISH & CHIPS -cole slaw .......... 1.29 childs portion .79 Chicken & Chips cole slaw .............. 1.45 child's portion .89 Shopper's Special TWO PCS. Fish .......................... 1.10 Shrimp & Chips cole slaw .................. ................ 1.75 Frog legs & Chips coleslaw ............. ....... 1.85 Clam Strips & Chips cole slaw ................... 1.25 Deviled Crab Roll .30 ..... order london chips ............... 30 Shrimp (4) & Fish (1) combo chips cole slaw ........ 1.45 FAMILY BUCKETS -SERVING ....... 5 OR 6 Bucket O'Frog Legs 02 legs) ..... 5.55 Bucket ()'Shrimp (24) .. 5.25 Bucket O'Fish 02 pcs.) .... .4.25 Bucket ()'Chicken ( 12 pcs. l .... 4.65 Slaw .... 60 a pint EAT IN OR FAST TAKE HOME SERVICE HRS. 11-9 Mon.-Sat. Noon-7:00 Sunday IMPORTED & DOMESTIC BEER ON TAP I I BY GARY HACKNEY Oracle Sports Writer After an outstanding two year baseball career at USF, pitcher first baseman Don Ellison has signed with the New York Mets. Last month Ellison received the Male Athlete of the Year award after batting .393 for the Brahmans, an average which placed,.him second on the team and 35th in the nation. ELLISON WILL play for the Mets' farm team at Pompano Beach in the Florida State League as a first baseman or outfielder. "He can do anything they are asking-hit with power, run and throw." said coach Beefy Wright. "If he's willing to stay around until they move him up, I think he will succeed," he added. THE LEFTFHANDED tran sfer from Georgia Military In stitute made only three errors in 227 putouts for a .989 fielding mark. On the mound,. Ellison won three of six games and at bat co-led the team in RBI's mat ching Bill Berkes tally of 25. Ellison had been batting .430 until the middle of the season when a foul ball hit his leg fracturing it just above the ankle. He played out the game and even praticipated in the Brahmans next contest before the extent of the unjury was discovered. The injury put Ellisosn on the sidelines for three weeks. Ellison was named along with Mike Campbell to the first annual All-South Baseball Team. Bean Bag Chairs\ CONEY'S INTERIORS 1o412 W. PLATT Ph. 258 ... i: .. KEN RUSSELLS Film 'Tff5 U:SICIOWR5'' PANAVISION COLOR by Deluxe' Umtad ArhBIB Thursday June 21 7:30 & 9:45 LAN 103 Film Arts Series 50 TOAD HALL 1548 Fowler Ave. Next to Mason Trading Co. BEER, WINE, GAMES GREAT SANDWICHES FREE SHLITZ DRAFT WITH PURCHASE OF ANV SANDWICH WITH THIS AD LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER OFFER EXPIRES JUNE 19th NEW QUARrt R, VALUES TANK \OP.S -t .69 SHORT SLEEVE PRESS SHIRTS PERIV\AIVEN'T PRESS OPEW 3.C{C\ BLUE JEAN 6AG61ES -,.qq Cl-lAMDr{AY '3AGGIE:S 4.qq 14 lPHU66fR JEANS 5.qq AND moRe ,ANO M,AAYIJ rwol! BETTER HALF \ooa4-N 3ot\ 9


10 -THE ORACLE June 12, 1973 Water ____________________ Continued from Page I are too large to depend on night time irrigation." PAUL GLASSCOCK, Hillsborough County dairy agent, said "They have a unique situation at USF. They are situated on deep, droughty sand which won't hold moisture, and thus requires more watering on the average." Jean Beem, Hillsborough County extension director, said, "At USF they've created an artificial environment requiring a tightly monitored irrigation program.'' He also said, The grass plant doesn't care whether you water during the day or night as long as you put enough moisture in each application -it's amount more than time of day." HE SAID THREE quarters to one inch of water is sufficient for most sandy soil. Andrews said it takes one hour to get half-an-inch through irrigation. That is 600 hours of watering to cover the entire area of groundskeeping responsibility. To attain Beem's recommendation of three quarters to one inch would take 900 to 1200 hours of watering Therefore, Andrews said, some watering must take place during daylight hours. HOWEVER, Twachtman said although no study has been done, an estimated 20 to 50 per cent of water used for daytime irrigation is lost to evaporation. Andrews said Twachtman's estimate seemed high. Grass naturally transpires about 70 per cent of the water given it through the process of evapotranspiration. Through this process water evaporates from the ground, through the plant and into the air, and is essential to maintaining plant life. Dr. Stanley Grove, USF assistant professor of biology, said there is a water deficit in plants when transpiration occurs The plant closes its pores when water is unavaiiable. inhibitini:r transpiration and reducing ***** evaporation from the soil s urface. Grove r ecommended watering at nigh BUT ANDREWS said because of the capacity of the USF pumps watering cannot be done ex clusively at night. In addition he said night-time watering promotes fungus growth, because water lies stagnant for long periods USF officials are aware of the water shortage and are taking steps to help alleviate the problem Watering has been cut by 30 per cent, Andrews said, and Physical Plant is restricting the wat e ring to high priority area s. ANDREWS SAID first priority areas are where l a ck of irri gati o n ca uses erosion su c h a s n ewly sodded areas lik e the i1e;.., parking lot by Gamma Hall. Second priority is h eavily landscaped areas -for e x ampl e, a long S Palm Drive Andr e\\' S said Open turf is the last priority Areas like the grounds around the Argos pool are often turf and are not currently being watered often. "WE'D TAKE the loss on open turf;' Andrews said, "but much turf is landscaped with trees and shrubs. None of us would like to see us lose trees." USF has a "tremendous" tree planting program in which about 5 000 trees a re p l ant e d annually as a shield for nois e pollution, Andrews s aid. This r e present s about $50,000 of tnl's of which to per cent are lost to drought. He said watering must continut if USF is to keC>p from losing more than 10 per cent of its rwwlY planted trees. "We are doing our utmost lo provide the campus with a str vice against tremendous odds and some of the worst growing conditions in the s late to proltcl an investment all of u s as tax pa ye r s have c ontributtd t o. Andr e w s s aid "The Novelty Shop" 32U3 E. B U SCH BLVD. Phone 988-8262 HOURS: 10-9 MONDAY-SA TU RDA Y IMPORTS AND HANDICRAFTS *HAN D EMBROIDERED 1-)tA SA : VT CLOTHES FROM ECU ADOR *1U% DISCOU1 VT WITH 15.UU P U RCHASE TO U SF STU DE N T S USF water supply 1marginal' WITH l.D. BY ANNE LAUGHLIN Oracle Staff Writer The USF water supply could be polluted in a few years, according to sources in the Southwest Florida Water Management District. The water out there is kind of marginal," said Gerald G Parker, senior scientist and chief hydrologist for the Southwest Florida Water Management District. "It has a high sulphur content which makes it unusable for public consumption." "USF WATER IS O.K.," he said but half a mile away the sulphur content is so high it will kill an y grass it is used to water. The industries like Busch and Schlitz buy treated water from the City of Tampa He said tests to determine sulphur water in trusion are expensive and he had no figures on the probability of it happening at USF. Richard Wilkins biologist for Hillsborough Count y Environmental Protection Com mission (EPCl, said deep well injection (which is taking place about five miles north of USF), and pesticides could "very definitely increase" the chances of polluting the water from which the University wells draw their water. Parker said salt water in trusion probably will not be a USF problem but that it could happen. Parker said that the use of underground water tables by the University "was just a drop in the CAR SALES 11650 N Nebraska Ave. (corner Fowler) 971-0990 1973 Toyota Corona Deluxe 4Dr. Sedan Aircond. Auto. Trans. Radio -Heater Tinted Glass White Tires Low Mileage Fact. Warranty $28952 Bank Financing Open 9:00am to9:00pm Sun. l:OOto5 :00 The city of Tampa draws most of its water from the Hillsborough River," Wilkins said "It has a high bacteria count mostly from pasture land drainoff But it i s treated The water shortage isn't as bad this year as it was last ye a r. An extra foot of water was kept behind the

SERVICES OFFERED:: shall, on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, or national origin be excluded from participafion, be denied the benefits of or be subject to discrimination under any program or activity at the University of South Florida. The University is an affirmative action Equal Opportunity Employer. Interested per sons should contact Personnel Services 974-2530 -FAO 011. NEBRASKA AT FOWLER 971 _0007 I THE plus THE BIG SPECIALIZED TYPIST IBM Selectric tha t CORRECTS OWN ERRORS, Pica or Elite. All types of work, 5 minutes from USF. Nina Schiro, 11110 N 22nd St. 971-2139. If no answer, 235-3261. ----LESSONS-Guitar, 5-string Banjo. Private lessons by Q_ualified In' structors. Guitar rental available. Grissett Music, Ph. 988-1419. OPTICAL 11710 Fla. Ave. 9.>5 7854. Eyeglass RX. Sunglasses & photography; plastic or hardened lenses made. Gold wire frames & fashioned frames. Duplicate broken lenses & repair frames. 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Comics for collectors. 9-9 daily. Unique Books 12943 Florida Ave. UNDERGROUND COMIX Largest selec. tion in Tampa. Over 100 Titles. Survival Bookworks 12303 Nebraska Ave. Open 7 days a week. GUITAR STRINGS Ernie Ball, D'Angelico, Gibson, and Martin strings at low, low prices. Survival Bookworks. Corner of 123 Ave. and Nebraska. TH IS is your LEVI store. We have denim & corduroys in regulars & BELLS. Also boots, shirts & western hats. Only 10 min. from campus. Bermax Western Wear 8702 Nebraska. c ) 0 FUNKY CAR 1960 Comet. Dependable; good interior. Sl50 or best offer. 971-0987 1960 OLDSMOBILE. Good condition, dependable transportation. Call 977-5028 after 5 p.m. ( l FOR RENT 4 2 BEDROOM-FRONT kitchen, modern decor, wall-to-wall shag carpet throughout. Jus t assume payments S89.10 per mo. For info. call 971-6850. SUMMER AT LA MANCHA DOS. Study & relax at La Mancha Dos this summer. We offer summer queirter contracts for S17S or rnonthly rate at S75. Make reservations now whlle summer vacancies left. One bfk. from campus on 42nd St. 971-0100. ONE BR FURN, cent AC, dishwasher, self cleaning oven, walk-in close!. Available June 1. S143 plus deposit. 971-1458 after S. FURNISHED Room--A-C, private. home, entrance, bath. Upper level, male students. Near USF. 988-7667 FURNISHED apt., new, North Tampa; air conditioned, 1 bedroom, bath, living room, Kitchen, single person only. ses month. Call now. 235-4311 or 232-0011. [ ..... ___ __ es) 1 & '2 bdrm., A.C. furnished mobile Apts. N. Tampa loc. Easy access to USF Mort. Elem., 1 -75 Univ & VA Hosp. 1112 E. 142 Av e. 9774833. ( PERSONAi ) NEED two (2) men or a married couple to live in with disabled Vet. Free r ent and utilities plus compensation commensurate wilh billties. Call 971-76414. VACANT POSITIONS AT USF. The following positions are to be filled : Assis tent Univ. 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12-THE ORACLE June 12, 1973 USF's Leisure Studies program only one in US BY ANN CRAVENS Oracle Feature Editor There's a new concept taking hold in the social sciences--a study so new it isn't even an "ology" yet. It is in this one field, if no other, that USF is leading the country Leisure Studies ACCORDING TO ITS director, Dr. Max Kaplan USF's Leisure Studies Program is the only such program in the United States while all European countries the exception of Albania) have government sponsored research into the problems of changing leisure patterns. Because of this Kaplan often attends conferences in Europe and was recently active in for ming the International Program for Films on Leisure CIPFL) The IPFL, which is coordinated through the USF Leisure Studies office, is designed to encourage production of films dealing with uses and problems of leisure FILMS ACCEPTED by IPFL will be distributed on the in-ternational market for educational purposes. An international festival of films will be held in 1975, and a prize will be awarded for the best film. For a man of leisure, Kaplan works hard. In addition to running his program and con sulting with area developers on leisure questions, he has published several books on leisure and is in the process of publishing another. With a masters degree in music and a Ph D in sociology, Kaplan is a man of varied interests He has made his program just as varied. ,, ,,, THOUGH LEISURE Studies involves the study of sports, hobbies and other recreational activities, the scope is much broader "We are concerned with a whole range of disciplines," he said, "sociology, psychology, anthropology and philosophy." Kaplan sees his role as that of an investigator into "the meaning or-industry ;rnd technology to human life seen through new time freedom and new time use WITH THE PURITAN ethic, that work is an end, rather than a means to an end, still prevelant in this society, the study of leisure helps in the transition to a "post industrial society" where leisure is the dominant theme of a man's life Industrialization is leading to an ever-shortening work week and a corresponding increase in leisure time that men must find a way to fill. "The concept of work as we have known it is changing and we are no longer sure that work, beyond maintenance, is a basic need of man," Kaplan said BUT IF MAN can no longer believe in work as a basic need, something must take it's placethis is the interest of leisure studies. The enrichment of life through leisure rather than stagnation from a lack of mental challenge and ways of structuring society to encourage this is one of Kaplan's primary concerns. ONE OTHER important aspect of leisure studies is economics As anyone who has lived in Florida long knows leisure is big business. Sales of motor homes, sporting boats, trail bikes, vacation homes and other expensive equipment useful only for leisure activities is soaring. AS HENRY FORD said in 1926, "It is the influence of leisure on consumption which makes the short day and the short week so necessary AKERS YOU MUST HEAR THESE TO SELEIVE THEM. TAKING POWER TO JOO WATTS R,M. S. 24 to25,000 Hz. CERWIN-VEGA who else would build the biggest in the world?) 12 Busch Blvd. (5 blocks east of Busch Gardens} AVAILABLE ONLY AT' C Free Sony cassette just for coming in) 988-7059 Open DOONESBURY by Garry Trudeau "W&i,COM& 10 lAOS." (? "' .1raternitp RAZOR CUTS HAIR STYLING PH-971 Appointments Available Hours Daily9 Thurs. & Fri. 9-7:30 13520 UNIVERSITY PLAZA Sum School Double_ occupancy, private rooms,_ and 15 meal plan are all available for summer quarter witti prices as low as $315 4200 Fletcher Ave. phone 971-9550


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