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The Oracle

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

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ORACLE Effective Sept. 1 July 26, 1973 Vol. 8 No. 50 12 pages UP Director Prehle Resigns BY BILL NOTTINGHAM Oracle News Editor See related editorial, Page 4. USF Director of Public Safety and Sec urity Jack Prehle resigned yesterday effective Sept. 1. Prehle for the past four years director of USF s University Police (UP), gave his letter resignation to Vice Pres. for Finance and Planning Albert Hartley Monday UP Lt. Charles Wilson, became acting-director as of 5 p m yesterday Prehle will move to Hartley s office Friday as his "special assistant." PREHLE SAID his resignation was prompted by "a lot of reflection, the pressure of his job and a desire to get back into "gut" law enforcement. Hartley yesterday said Prehle resigned because of "some sign i ficant differences of opinion governing the direction of the (UP) department. "These differences could not be reconciled," Hartley said, and Prehle felt it in his best interest to submit his resignation HARTLEY SAID USF Pres. Cecil Mackey saw P rehle' s resignation Tuesday Last night Mackey was in Tallahassee and was unavailable for comment. Prehle said he plans to remain in law enforcement in Hillsborough County but didn't say which "of several job offers he might accept. "Instead of being a paper cop, he said I want to be a 'gut' cop and get back into the working part of law enforcement." "I tried to build a police department here and I think that s what I've done," he said. PREHLE SAID he first discussed resigning with Hartley July IO. He said his resignation was not related to recent allegations of morale problems in UP nor to the arrest and suspension last week of UP officer Norris D Morrow charged with grand larceny and passing a bad check. ---------*** ______ ___ Morrow Cleared; FOP Asks For Termination BY GARY HACKNEY Oracle Staff Writer Suspended University Police (UP) officer Norris D Morrow told The Oracle yesterday that charges against him of grand larceny and passing worthless checks were dismissed Tuesday morning in Hillsborough County Court. A. C Hartley, vice president for Finance and Planning said yesterday the University had not been informed of the outcome of Morrow's case adding no decision would be made about re-hiring Morrow until the University is notified. UP OFFICER Robert Birkler president of Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Lodge 96, said he delivered to Pres. Cecil Mackey a resolution from the FOP requesting that Morrow not be reinstated to UP "The men finally felt there was a way to voice their opinion on something everyone felt the same way about. We thought the charge would stick We wanted to let Mackey know and the public that we in no way condoned the action of Morrow and in effect, Prehle since he condoned Morrow, said Bir kl er. Former Director of Public Safety and Security Jack Prehle told The Oracle in an interview yesterday, "My personal feelings are that he (Morrow) should not be returned to the University TOLD OF THE FOP resolution, Morrow responded, "FOP thinks I'm a militant, a gangster They think I'm a threat to them Morrow said, "That' s backstabbing in my own department. The FOP might be behind that other investigation in Prehle 's letter (suspending Morrow)." Morrow is currently under investigation by Tampa Police Dept. "I talked to Prehle yesterday ( Tuesday) after I got out of court asking about my suspension and he didn t tell me this shit is going on behind my back I m the kingpin of the black officers I step and they 're with me. That's Continued on Page 10 Security Manual Okayed With 1Few Modification-s' BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Staff Writer The proposed state Security Manual was approved yesterday by the Board of Regents CBOR) with "few modifications" and "not very many" major changes,, Dr. Robert Mautz, State Universit y System Chan c ellor said last night. Mautz--said Chester F e rguson, c hairman of the BOR Special Projects committee reviewing the manual, said it was well written and well conc e ived." However the USF ad hoc group which s ubm i tted comments to Ferguson suggested the document be "completely rewritten in consuitation with the s tate attorney general (Robert Shevin l "l EXPE C TED something like this to h a pp e n," Dr. Cha rles .-\rnade, USF ad hoc ch a irman, said. "It (the r e view ) w a s a n Pxe rcise m d e m ocratic futilit y l\laut z said the only chang es he l'l call s F e r g u son su g gesting Wl'n' to "ma ke the pr eside nt nspon sible for a numb e r of things that h e w a s not pr evio u s ly rl' spnnsible for. and to r eq uire tingPrprintin g and photogr a phing only of felo n s. He said change s BOR Manual was 'well written and wellconceived.' USF Manual should be 'completely rewritten in consultation with the state attorney general.' w e r e adopted as r e commended b y Ferguson. The manual w a s written in compliance wit h s t a t e legislation p assec! l ast year, which r equires a uniform, statewid e manual for all university polic e depart m e nt s. The document was originall y writt e n b y police chiefs from th e nine s t a t e uni ve rsities, in consultation with state security coordinator Palmer W ee. i\ "HOUGH ORi\FT of the manu a l was s ent lo all universit y pr eside nt s e arl y in D ecember of January, according to Wee, who said presidents could then "distribute copies to whoever they thought appropriate to review it. Several universities formed review committees at this time but none was formed at USF. Pres. Cecil Mackey said later he did not form a review group then because he thought Wee and Mautz never intended it to be public." Input from the review groups was included in the draft of the manual and in March, Mackey appointed an a d hoc group to review it. Several student committee m embers left the committee for some time to protest "suppression of information" concerning the manual, but returned to finish work with the committee. MAUTZ Si\ID the manu a l will b e changed by Wee to r eflec t the c hanges called for by F e r g uson's g roup, a nd not e d it will b e ef f e ctively imm e diately ; a s soon as we can mail out copies ." "It is a w aste of taxp a y e rs money to r e quire people to work on committ ees when you know that their su gg estions will be flus hed dow n the drain, A rnadc said But Prehle did say he was kind of upset" over the "inadvertant release" to an Oracle reporter of an FBI rap sheet concerning a UP officer "I told the administration I was contemplating resignation at that time he said Prehle currently receiving a $14,700 annual salary, had law enforcement experience while in the military and had worked as a criminal investigator with the Hillsborough County_ Sheriff's Department. YESTERDAY afternbon Prehle met with the entire UP force and announced his resignation A lot of people were very happy," Officer Robert Birkler said. "Everybody kind of breathed a sigh of relief, I sup pose, in that they figure a lot of the shit might stop They (UP officers) aren't too happy with Wilson as interim chief, but they
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2-THE ORACLE July 26, 1973 Ehrlichman Defends Ellsberg Office Breakin WASHINGTON -Divers working in shark infested waters, yesterday moored the surface ship Narragansett to the sunken ocean liner Andrea Doria in a bid to salvage $2 million in cash and other valuables. Connally Quits WASHINGTON (UPI)President Nixon announced yesterday that John B. Connally is quitting the part-time post he took May 10 as a special White House adviser Boy Killed DALLAS
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Regents Adopt Work Policy HY S.\:\flH.\ WHIG!IT Oracle Staff Writer The Board of Regents l BOR l yesterda\ adopted a new outside employment policy for university emploves that eliminates the one day per week limitations pre\iously imposed. Dr. Robert l\lautz. State University System chancellor. said the new policy will give the president of the university authorization power for outside employment. Employment may be approved if it does not conflict with the official duty" and if he does not use his university connection in relation to his outside job. THE HOH .\I.SO rnted to deny tenure to Dr. Kenneth l\legill of the University of Florida t lJFl. Outgoing liF Pres. Stephen O'Connell recommended the tenure denial and questioned l\legill's .. maturity.. and "academic competence." A BOR ad hoc committee chaired by Hegcnt .James Gardener also recommended the tenure denial. BOH hearing examiner l\lichael Schwartz had recommended l\1egill be granted tenure. but his suggestion was not followed. .. I respect the hearing examiners conclusions." said Hegent Vice chairman Marshall THE ORACLE -July 26, 1973 C'riser. "But our conclusions were different. \I EC I LL IS a Marxist and has been accused by O'Connell of making inflammatory remarks to students during a demonstration and failing to conform to regulations in conducting his UF philosophy classes. In other action. the BOH ap proved a resolution allowing the state to pay court costs for USF Language-Literature Dean Philip Hice in a civil suit. Hice has been charged with assault and battery, false arrest. and defamation of character by a former USF student. George Martin-Trigona. The BOR also approved all recommendations from the Programs and Communications committee concerning graduate programs. The group recommended USF be granted planning permission for several masters programs as well as a PhD in medical sciences. But the board denied USF permission to plan a PhD program in physics. .BOR members also accepted O'Connell's resignation as UF president. Tampa Regent Chester Ferguson called O'Connell "the greatest president the University of Florida has ever had." 3 Three Budget Requests Okayed BY MIKE ARCHER Oracle Staff Writer USF will receive additional funds for next year's operating budget in three of four major requests made last week to State University System Chancellor Robert Mautz by USF Pres. Cecil Mackey. Vice Pres. for Finance and Planning Albert Hartley said Mautz approved funds to pruchase trailers for temporary classroom space for the College of Nursing and planning money to begin "expanding" educational programs in the Bradenton Sarasota area. i\IALITZ ALSO increased funds earmarked for the Regional Data Center, the computer service in USF's Science Center used by USF and Florida Technological University. Mautz is studying the fourth request, and is expected to decide next Monday or Tuesday if USF needs money to fund 18 new Bay Campus jobs, provide traveling compensation for faculty who rotate teaching loads between USF's two campuses, an buy $100 thousand worth of new library books for the Bay Campus Library. Coilege of Nursing Dean Gwen MacDonald said earlier this week the six trailers (two are in use, four are "on the way" l will provide temporary space for the college until Phase Two of the College of Medicine is completed in 1975. Ili\HTLEY Si\ID Mautz ap proved about $26 thousand to. pay for a director to coordinate USF's educational program in the Bradenton-Sarasota area and to USF Telephone Directory Source Of Mailing Lists? BY i\NNE LAUGHLIN Oracle Staff Writer USF's telephone directory may be the main source of names for companies sending advertising to graduating seniors. Every quarter a host of major oil companies, magazine solicitors, airlines, department stores, and life, health, and automobile insurance companies approach graduating seniors either by phone or mail. "WE NORMALLY get our names from the directory," said Robert J. Wetnight, associate regional vice president for Fidelity Union Life Insurance. "CeC:il what's-his-name is very familiar with our bequest program, which allows students to donate money to USF when they die." "There are many devious ways companies get a hold of names," a spokesman for University Information said. "They are passed out everyplace." According to the spokesman, the recent computer labels given at cost to the Tuition Plan of Concord, a private insurance and u-0rn1!J ;." TH:EATRE. : .. NEBRASKA AT FOWLER 971-0007 SWINGING WIVES Plus SHE DID IT HIS WAY Both Color, X Midnight Shows Fri. & Sat. Cont. Shows from 11 :45 loan company, "was an ex ception." "WE GET HEQUESTS from all of the administrative offices for lists of names," Jack Hall, assistant director of Computer Research, said. "We don't question anybody's request for data from a file over which they have control." According to Hall, five or ten lists a week are requested. "A lot of those lists aren't much work. One. or two a week are major," he said. "MY GUESS is very few lists like that for the Tuiti on Plan are requested," he said. goods for your home & body beanbags i india spreads beaded curtains J art prints stoneware environmental graphics imported bedspreads t dried flowers i oriental. & scenic tapestries recycled paper products organic grooming works moroccan blankets waterbeds & accessories -., 7034 W. H1llsborough peacock Jlley 884 13112 N. Florida Ave. '.II' 932-1069 ""' """' ,,,,,, """"' A spokesman for the American Oil Company said most names on the school advertising list come form the registrar's office in various universities. "Only eligible college juniors or seniors are put on the list," she said. "I don't know whether or not the University of South Florida is included on the list. Most of the major universities are." THINK! How much Car Your Money Can Buy 1lf JAZZIEST CARS IN THE JAZZ PARADE WE NOW HAVE NEW CELICAS IN STOCK! Thanks For Being Patient We Now Have NEW Corollas in Stock! 1972 Datsun Coupe, 4-speed, Radio/Heater $1995 1972 Toyota Land Cruiser, Hard-top SAVE 1 !172 Toyo la Mark II '1-dr, J\C, Automatic $2;)% I Toyota Corona '1-dr, Aut.oniat.ic, AC, Three To Choose l,.rnml ;iil995 0 (rt',\ IO!Hl'l N l' lo11d.i \n. l 'h: !l:\:l(i -!11:2 help provide additional continuing education courses for people in Bradenton, Sarasota, and Fort Myers. Bay Campus Dean Lester Tuttle said yesterday the $21i thousand will be spent planning off-campus academic programs for ,1eople in the three cities, but added that "nothing definite" will be decided until "the Pducational needs of the people in the area can be determined." Mautz also approved $557,867 in support money for the l{egional I )ala Center on the second floor of llSF's Science Center. Computer Systers Director Howard Steele said the fund boost will "expand the range of services beyond the present level." "WE'RE TllINKIN(i about placing new terminals in two or three locations," he said. Hartley said "we should know by the first of next week" whether Mautz will approve Mackey's requests for additional Bay Campus funding. Mackey asked for $120,870 to cover special needs of the Bay Campus. including the $100 thousand request for library books, and a $20 thousand reimbursement for faculty-staff traveling expenses. Mackey Holds Luncheon USF Pres. Cecil Mackey will hold a "Post-Board of Hegents luncheon and conversation with interested faculty and staff" at noon today in the Argos staff lounge. Bean Bag Chairs Coney's Interiors 1412 W. Plait Ph 258-21:31 Freshmen! Sophomores! Juniors! REAL ESTATE as a career investments/property management/sales If you haven't thought about it, we'd like to give you some insights. 1. DEGREE NOT NECESSARILY REQUIRED. The ability to get along with people is the paramount requirement. 2. AGE IS NO FACTOR. The Jverage age in the Olson organization is 29. 3. 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4-THE ORACLE July 26, 1973 New Leadership Now Possible The Oracle welcomes the resignation of Jack Prehle. director of Public Safety and Security. not to see the man leave but as an opportunity to seek a new direction for University Police (UPl. Often an area of dissatisfaction and controversy within the University community. the campus police will hopefully assume a newer. lower profile in the future. A stance dedicated to prevention and community relations rather than the emphasis now placed on arrest and purely punitive efforts. We urge University-wide participation in the selection of Prehle 's replacement. PAST HISTORY proved UP a very Reader Editor: I feel strongly that the proposed 50 per cent cut in Underground Railroad time to make room for a radio course is both discriminatory and needless. The assertion that WUSF should be "an adjunct to the educational process" is entirely valid. However I am quite unable to see the rationale behind replacing what is essentially an "electronic music" program with a course in electronic music; which as a survey has shown, would be utilized by only six percent of WUSF listeners. I am also baffled by the seemingly arbitrary decision to cut only URR time What is wrong with eliminating for instance, some classical music This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of $148,696.45 or 9c per copy. to disseminate news to the students, staff and faculty of the University of South Florida. (Fifty-nine per cent of the per issue cost is offset by advertising revenue.) [ f ditorials & Commentary] sensitive area within the University. requiring top-notch leadership attuned to our University rnmmunity. The Oracle feels the job calls for a man with progressive. innovative ideas on the role of law enforcement within the community. The era of police responding to every situation with arrest is past. Now. sensitive men are needed and a director who realizes the importance of public acceptance of the l Ip role is mandatory. Pr eh le 's cont ri but ion to the l l niversity and community can not be denied He developed the UP from a minor department delegated with security to a respected police force of over -to. Crime rates dropped greatly under Prehle's administration. He should be commended for his work Often. The Oracle felt changing times or the evoiving atmosphere of the University were not fully accepted by Pre hle or that he felt any other ap pro a ch to law enforcement might be a compromise he could not accept. In calling for programs to improve policest uden t community relations, The Oracle often felt Prehle was resisting such efforts. But in no way, do we feel all of the recent problems were soley due to Prehle. TllE I>IHECTOR of University Police is in an awkard position. He is an administrator. responsible for every man in the force yet his men must deal directly with students, faculty staff and administrators, often in one-on-one situation under difficult circumstancescircumstances where they are guided by their own judgement, training and experience. The director, though responsible, cannot directly supervise each confrontation Such a position calls for a special man with special training, education and understanding. We are extremely pleased by Vice Pres. for Finance and Planning Albert Hartley's statement that students and faculty groups will both be consulted on the appointment of a r eplacement for Prehle. This should greatly improve chances of getting a director who can both relate and cooperate with all aspects of the University Community and law en forcement. With the installation of a new director. The Oracle hopes to see a faculty-student-staff police grievance committee established as well as a student-faculty screening board for prospective police employes. TllE GHOWTll of a progressive University Police as an integral factor of the University community is also dependent upon staffing the force with qualified officers compatible to USF as well as dedicated to law enforcement. Prehle has left a force with many of ficers that fit the mold we now need a director willing to crystcilize the qualities of the UP, shed the impurities and build a police force suited for the community it serves: USF. Protests Needless U RR Cut (letters) programming instead? One cannot arbitrarily place more significance on one form of artistic expression than another, and as a survey has shown, the URR is vastly more popular than any other programming. AS WUSF theoretically exists only to serve the students of USF, I feel that it only makes sense to program material which will be listened to The fact of the matter is that Pres. Mackey and the other administrators involved are misusing their authority by trying to impose their own standards and personal preferences on other people Their past actions confirm an obvious antagonism to "rock music," and a view that rock music in itself, is somehow destructive and counter to good student behavior. As a prime example, consider the ban on rock concerts at the University when their great popularity with the major portion of the student body is unquestionable. I ALSO FIND it significant that this change comes between quarters and after the summer quarter when most students are not attending I contend that this is merely a device to slip in a format change which the administration knows will be vastly un popular. When are Pres. Mackey and others going to stop interfering with the students' non-academic lives? Marc Loos Officers Speak Editor: Recently a University of South Florida police officer was arrested for grand larceny and issuing a worthless check. He was immediately suspended by Chief Prehle, and Pres. Mackey upheld said suspension We commend the actions taken by Chief Prehle and Pres. Mackey and concur with their decision. We do not condone the actions of any police officer acting outside of the law and hope that we will each be judged on our own merit and not be considered guilty by association. If the suspended University of South Florida police of ficer is found to be guilty of the charges agail')st him, we further hope that the officer will be terminated from the department without delay We, as police officers feel very strongly that the privilege to carry a does NOT additionally license us, or any other law enforcement officer, to break the law for personal gain, con venience, whim, or whatever, nor does it entitle us to follow a special set of laws dictated by our personal preference. We are striving to be professional in our career as law en forcement officers and condemn the actions of any law enforcement officer which might be considered contrary to our goal. Board of Directors Northeast Hillsborough Lodge No. 96 Fraternal Order of Police :;:;l h d ROBERT FIALLO LAUREL TEVERBAUGH SUE ALONGI ::::; ]J t Ur S a y S Editor Managing Editor Advertising Manager News Editor BILL NOTTINGHAM Makeup Editor RICHARD EVON t 0 R A ( L E Entertainment Editor VIVIAN MULEY Copy Editor PAUL WILHOHN Sports Editor LENORA LAKE Advisor LEO STALNAKER "Us< DEADLINES: General news 3 p.m. daily for following day issue. Advertising (with proof) ANPA Pacemaker Award 1967, 1969 ACP All-A1nerican Since 1967 SD X Mark of Excellence 1972 Thursday noon for Tuesday, Monday noon for Thursday Deadlines extended one day without proof. Classified ads taken 8 a.m.-noon two days before publication in person or by mail with payment enclosed. Advertising rates on request, 974-2620, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Stories alKI pictures of interest to students may be submitted to The Oracle in LAN 469 or the suggestion boxes in the Library and UC.

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THE ORACLE -July 26, 1973 5 SG Leaders Cite 'Sunshine Law' General Info Files Requested BY SA!\ORA WRIGHT Oracle Staff Writer SG leaders have requested USF administrators release several general information files maintained in their offices, citing Florida's "Government in the Sunshine" law as their legal basis. But Dr. Chuck Hewitt, assistant to Vice Pres. for Student Affairs. Joe Howell, said yesterday his office is "not prepared to release any .'' SG President Bill Davis and his Special Assistant, Ben Johnson, last week requested Hewitt release files the University maintains on the Student Finance Committee (SFCl, the University con stitution (and SG constitution l, SG, and The Oracle However, Davis said administration spokesmen said they would request an opinion from University General Counsel Larry Robinson to examine the legality of the request before answering. YESTERDAY, Hewitt said Robinson had given "a tentative informal" opinion which said persons should name the specific document they wish to see before it is released. Hewitt said a notation was also made con cerning "a distinction between public documents and working papers "I don't know what they specifically want." Hewitt said. "There could very well be public documents in the files. but I don't know which they are. Hewitt said a "frustrating review" of the files would be necessary to comply with the request. to remove any "working papers." He said this pr ocedure would be "very costly." and his office was "not prepared to do" it. "I 11:\\'E NO authority to release the files." Hewitt said. noting Joe Howell is now on vacation "I don't anticipate us releasing any of our so-called files." he said. If the files were opened, Hewitt said it would invite "a general carousal." He noted "everybody and their brother" would inspect the documents if they were public. "We wanted to get an idea how the bureaucracy operates," Davis said "If they don't allow us to see the files. I don't see how they can expect us to specify which documents we want." I>.\ \'IS ('..\Lt.En the "working papers and public documents .. distinction made by Hewitt "flimsy," noting the law men tions no "working papers The law (Florida State Statute 119) requires documents received by public employes in their course of official duty to be public in formation. "A public document (to ad ministrators) is a document they wish to release to the public," he said. "The law was not written to provide press reieases." Davis said he has not yet seen a copy of Robinson's opinion and is unsure of future action SG will take He said his group will "take further steps" if their request is officially denied "Our request was clearly within the law," he said. "I don't know what we'll do if the ad ministration breaks the law." $42Million1974-75 Budget Scheduled For Review SALES SERVICE -PARTS Cycles Are Our Business Our Only Business! ALSO DEALEHS IN GHEEVES AND DALESMAN I 971-8171 I BY MIKE ARCHER Oracle Staff Writer USF administrators will meet with State University System Chancellor Robert Mautz in Tallahassee today to review USF's $42 million 1974-75 legislative request budget. The 1974-75 request asks for a $6 million faculty salary increase, a $3 million hike for Physical Plant, and a million dollars more for the Ad ministrative and General budget (A&Gl, over last year's allocations. ADMINISTRATIVE Planning Director Glen Clayton said yesterday the A&G request in cludes a $783,464 increase for Administrative-Professional and Career Servic.e salaries. Clayton said today's hearings are the first step in the circular route the budget travels before ending up back at USF. Ht! said USF Pres. Cecil Mackey will present the request to Mautz, who will combine it with the nine other state university budgets and hand it over to BOR for further study. "BOR gives it to the .:;tate Department of Educatio., who then hands it over to the Department of Administration and the governor (Reubin Askew), and sometime in January it should go to the state legislature," Clayton said. "AFTER THE legislature decides what the state education allocationwill be, the whole process begins again in reverse," he said. Assistant Vice Pres. for Academic Affairs Jim Dickinson said yesterday Mautz will hear from USF this morning, but still has to hear six more of the nine. Suhurhanette Beauty Salon Distinctive Hair Styling and personalized Style Cuts Yor Mt;n & Women 2211 E. Fletcher 971-7432 ................. Need a break before finals? f A NIGHr WITH KNOCKY" a iC The famous "Knocky" Parker will give a Rag Time musical t to these silent films: Night Cry (1927) starring Rin lln fm -tc The Blacksmith (1922) t Tuesday, July 31 8:00 pm iC LAN 103 Admission lt iC sponsored by the Public Relations lt t Student Soci ety of America lt ................... .,. .... state schools before making any final decisions, or passing the USF request on to the BOR. "All it amounts to is their analysis of our justification for our money," he said. Good. Fast Service. is our way of saying thanks Monday 9 to 9 Closed Sundays Weekdays 9 'ti! 6 For the 1st time since Oct. 1970, Student Government presents a night of outdoor rock music. featuring THE OUTLAWS Tonight at 9 pm ON THE HILL -FREE (in front of the UC) hot fun in the summertiine

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Abra Bigham, Leslie Anne Utley and Sue Powley (from left) star in the 1940's comedy, "Light Up the opening Friday. 18/ack Sparrow' -Big Future For USF Premiere Drama BY ANN CRAVENS Oracle Feature Editor "Black Sparrow" was presented last night for the first time. It opened its world premiere run on USF's Centre Stage, but it's easy to predict it will go on to bigger things. That's a shame in a way, because the intimacy of Centre Stage is well suited this very emotional play. A PRODUCT of USF's playwright-in-residence, T. Dianne Anderson and New York director Charles Briggs, "Sparrow" is the story of a black Viet Nam veteran who returns to the U.S. and his wife, leaving his daughter and a Vietnamese woman to fend for themselves. ( rtUltW ] Samuel Philmore Jr., a Hillsborough Community College
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'The Little Prince' Oracle Photos by Sieve Brier The Speech Communications by Dr. R. J. Schneider from DeSaint Exupery's classic children's fantasy, stars Roy Holton, Pat Flanagan and Richard Kaye. Admission is free. Department will present their major production for the quarter, Friday at 8 p.m. and Saturday at 2 and 8 p.m. in LAN 103. "The Little Prince," adapted Baldwin's Street Singing Put Him In New Career BY VIVIAN MULEY Entertainment Editor Mike Baldwin was playing on the street in front of a New York museum after he had signed a contract wHh Vanguard Records. A man walked up, listened to him and thought he was pretty good: About a year later that same man decided to sign him to do the theme song for his movi e, "The Wrestling Queen." BALDWIN, a former USF student, said "The Wrestling Queen," which had its world premiere recently in area theatres, is a semi-documentary about the wrestling world. It incorporates interviews, confrontations, fans and "the feeling" of the "fast, action packed" world of wrestling. Baldwin said the song he did for ihe film usual1y isn t my kind of music but it fits the movie --it adds to the wholeness of the movie. It's a circusy type feel because wrestling is a show Baldwin, who has been making a number of personal appearances performing the song around the area, including the Salt Springs bluegrass festival last weekend, will be presented Friday and Saturday at 9:30 p .m. tu high lites TODAY 8 p.m., C h 3 --Playhouse New York Biography --Helen Hayes takes viewers through a scrapbook of her career. 8 p m., Ch. 44 --Baseball Atlanta Braves vs. Cinc innati Reds. FHIDAY 4 p.m., Ch. 10-Movie ... Ingmar Bergman's comedy, "The Devil's Eye." 9 p.m., C h. 10 -ABC News Special -"How do black ser vicemen feel about the U.S. after years in a Vietnamese prison camp?" 9 p m ., Ch. 44 --Movie -Warner Oland in "Cha. rlie Chan al the Opera." 9::io p m., Ch. 10 -College AllSlar football -NFL rookies vs. Miam i Dolphins. Mike Baldwin at Beaux Arts Gallery in Pinellas Park. Baldwin made his musical debut several years ago in Tampa. He said he "was into writing but drifted into music." He said this was the first movie he did music for, but he may be working on a couple more movies and has begun a new album. Beaux Arts is located at 7711 60th St. Admission is $1. -,-,--1-11-11-.-n-11-a_,,,_.,._.......,...._... i i i I I I i I i I I I i j I FEELIN DOWN? get a lift at SLIK CHIK Hot Pant Sets t10 All Dresses 1/2 price NEW HOURS 10-6 Mon. -Thurs. 10-8 Friday 971-2494 THE ORACLE -July 26, 1973 I Free Rock And Roll I Crescent Hill will be the sight of a free live rock and roll show when "music returns" with the Outlaws today from !l p.m. to t t p.m. "This will be the first live rock and roll music we've hac!. since Oct. :n. I 970," Bill Davis, Student Covl'rnnH'nt prt>sidcnt, said. "It' s part of our co ntinuing effort to l'hangP the ban on rock Ill US It'. Henry's FOreign and Domestic Car .Repair and Service 2s Years Experience All Malces, All Models : Phone 971"9 _!61-'. 13614 Nebraska Tampa ANNOUNCES NEW o\ gpg 10 WEEK SCHEDULE (SAME AS OTHER USF COURSES) IN SEPTEMBER CHANNEL16 WUSF-TV USF College Credit Courses by television -in your own home or in a reserv e d room on campus. QUARTER I SCHEDULE ANT 371-501 ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES (4) (Dr. Evelyn Kessler) ENG 211-501 CURRENT NOVELS (3) (Dr Lawrence Broer) GPY 371-503 WEATHER & MAN (5) (Dr. Hans Neuberger) MUS 371-501 ISSUES IN MUSIC (2) (Dr. Jacques Abram) PSY 201-501 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (5) (Dr. Paschal Strong) SS! 301-501 SOCIAL SCIENCE ST A TISTICS (4) (Dr. Karl Achenbach) NEW COURSE BY RADIO (WUSF-FM. 89.7) MUS 205-501 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC MUSIC (Dr. Larry Austin) (3) TO REGISTER Fill nut an Add Form, September 18-21. at t he Y.O.U. de s k in th e Gym, or come to the Y.O.U. Office in the basement of the Library. LILI 20-D. For additional inforniation. call 974-2341, extension 23.

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8 -THE ORACLE July 26, 1973 Baseball: .Long Bus Rides BY MIKE KASZUBA Oracle Sports Writer Twins, the parent clubs who co-op this team, picked up the tab, and that's a rarity. We have two to a room, but in Key West recently, they put all of us in three rooms the second day we were there." "All of us" to Steve is 21 players, ten of whom, plus Steve, are property of the Twins. Asked if he followed his employers, Steve added, "Oh yeah, we like to see the Twins win, just like the other guys who belong to the Yankees, pull for them, Heck, they're our bread and butter ... I never was a Twin fan until I signed with them, though." WITH THEIR names not quite household words yet, Steve says the players relish the few times their name appears in print. "It's really a big thing when one of us makes the top ten in The Sporting News or gets a little paragraph about him. We really give him a .razzing." Steve gives himself three years of bus rides and trivia games to get him to the majors though. "I'm already 22 and you know how the majors are on age; so I've got to be realistic about it." Considering he has already pitched a no-hitter in his first start this season. and lost, Steve feels he's been deprived of at least four or five victories this season. But luck is supposed to have two sides, and maybe--just maybe--Steve Hertz will become a household word. Carrying a big stick a future Mickey Mantle prepares for the big game. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Carriage Hills, a com, Cherry Creek, in the demunity of gracious homes sirable Lake Magdalene in Temple Terrace. area. Phone 933-1043 Phone 933-1043 HORATIO 3 and 4 bedrooms pril"ed from l;qualHousln; $37,600 Opportunity 1!!.l CORP. OF FIA. BUILDERS OF "CRAFTED QUALITY" COMMUNITIES SOUTH'S LARGEST USED PART DEALER MOTORCYCLE SALVAGE WE BUY OLD JUNK & WRECKED CYCLES ANY MAKE OR MODEL -NEED PARTS TRY US LOVENGREEN SALES PHONE 684-0073 7816 NO. DALE MABRY TAMPA, FLA. 336i4 11THE braziet MYSTER Y TREASURE'' Worth $100 in Cash! THINK WE'RE CRAZY? Try and find it. Clues now available ON LY at Temple Terrace Dairy Queen Clue No. 7 A local Lion's Den is no place to look, In fact that direction will not make you cook;-But here is the clue that is best for today, To get to our treasure there is more than one way.

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THE ORACLE -July 26, 1973 9 Intercollegiate Sports Funds Cut BY LE:\OR.-\ L:\KE Oracle Sports Editor The intercollegiate budget for 1973-74 is a pproxim a tel y $34.000 J e ss than last y ear's a nd Athletic Dire c tor Dr Rich a rd Bowers said the cuts will place a sev ere handicap on USF's athl e tic programs. Tota l funding for all in tercollegiate sports, including travel scholarships, equipment and salaries is $240,338. BASKETBALL faced a $25,000 cut from last year's $118,000 to this year's $93,000. To account for the difference, students will be charged 75 cents for admission lo home games. From the $93,000 basketball allocation, coaches' salaries, scholarships, travel and auditorium rentals must be paid and coach Don Williams said expenses are "already set and over committed HE SAID "We hope to make up the difference at the gate. I rea lly hope we can make ends meet there Bowers said it will be pos sible to draw 2,000 p eo ple per game b ecause of th e improved sch e dul e, take in as mu c h as $18,000 from home games. There are 14 home games this year and the recent c hange to Univers ity Division has in cre ased the number of Univ e rsity opponents to 14. "We have made a commitment to big time basketball and it' s tough to climb the ladder with these kinds of cut. We have got to play an ambitious schedule though because no one is going to come see us play a nobody." -Dr. Richard Bowers "\\"E 11.\\" E r\L\DE a com mittm e nt t o big tim e basketb all and it's tough to climb the ladd e r with these kinds of cuts." Bowers s aid. "W e hav e got to play an ambitious sch e dul e though b ecause no one is going to c ome see us play a nobody, he a dded. Howe ver both Bowers and Basketball Charge Approved USF students will pay a 75-cent admission charge next year for home basketball games, Athletic Director Richard Bowers said Tuesday Previously, students have been admitted free with their student ID card and current fee card. THE RECEIPTS will be used to support the basketball program, which received funding cuts in the 1973-74 budget. Last year the program received $118,000 compare d to only $93,000 this year. The recommendation that an admission be charged came from the Planning, Budgeting and Evaluation Committee
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10-THE ORACLE July 26, 1973 Preh.le _____________________ Continued from Page I were going to increase." one officer said. "You notice a few more seconds or a minute longer delay before (people l stop after you hit the siren and blue light. We never knew when some student was going to take a poke at an officer. We want to be recognized as what we are, dedicated to law enforcement and proud of professionalism. The stuff in The Oracle, the problems we were having and at times, our own superiors, made Lt. Charles Wilson us look like security guards again." The other officer commented about UP procedures. "It's pretty discouraging." the officer said. "to dedicate your life to law enforcement. to serve and protect. only to end up dri\'ing a secretary across campus so she can eat lunch. or beng a deli\'ery pickup man for a bunch of lun ches The men of the department are police officers. we 're on the line. we do the job and we want to be recognized for it." Both officers said UP needed a low key approach. but added they could not ignore the law. special community with special problems and we need leadership keyed to thosr special needs and problems. Prehle's approach is arrest-orirnted .. .' \rham. smash. grt in the car kid. :\ campus atmosphere nreds more "I don't \1alk around looking at l'\ery kid for a joint. but if I \1alk up and sonwbody is sitting under a trl'P smoking I cant ignore that. .. an offil'l'r said. "This is a Wilson New UP Head Acting-Director of Pubiic Safety and Security Charles Wilson said he plans no major changes within University Police . but noted he was "just not" interested in taking the job as on a permanent basis. "That would never happen," Wilson said last night. He said he was notified of his appointment to the post at 9: 30 p m. Tuesday by Vice Pres. for Finance and Planning Albert Hartley. Wilson joirwd tlw l :p fone in t!Hiti as a patrolman. and was appointt'd to a st>argent"s post in t!l71. He was promoted to lieult'tHrnt in 1!172 and held this position until last nights promotion Prior to coming to US!<', Wilson worked at William J. Bornis International Detective Agency as a security guurd. Wilson is married and the father of four children. preventative law enforcement." Prehle said he knew some UP officers were unhappy with the way he ran the department. but said he had to br "hard." "It"s like I said the other day. ( rl'ferring to a past Oracle ar t iclt> l this is a quasi-military organization." he said. "It's DOONESBURY rough. but that's the way it has to be." Hartley said the University is looking for a replacement for Prehle and is hoping to fill the job by the beginning of fall quarter. Hartley also said both students and faculty would be consulted as part of the selection process. by Garry Trudeau Morrow...;..._._ ________ Continued from Page I why the axe is always coming at me," Morrow said. INFORMED OF Prehle's resignation Morrow said he was surprised. "I'll be surprised if you have a department out there in five _months. Everyone will walk out, they 're looking now." Morrow said he would "fight to get his job back. I'll fight the FOP, the administration and anybody else to get my job and then I'll tell a few of them what they can do for me and where. When I was guilty and suspended I took it with a smile. I won't take this false charge with a smile," Morrow said. Morrow graduated from the Tampa Police Academy and was the first black ever to be elected president. of .a class. A UP OFFICER who requested he not be na:med said he did not think Morrow would return to the force now that Prehle is no longer director of UP. "He'll never make it. Prehle was his in. Prehle was the man feeding information, covering for him, loaning him money. Prehle been showing him special favors. "If Morrow gets back on there would be a lot of tension and resentment and lots of people would walk out. You can't work heside a man like. that," he said. PREBLE SAID he could not agree with complaints of preferential treatment toward Morrow. "I may have alienated a lot of OUTLAWS Friday Saturday Sunday 9 P.M. SOC Admission Mi Back Yard 6902 N. 40th St. the men because of my trying to help out in trying to rehabilitate the man," Prehle said. In response to reports of low morale from UP officers, one officer stated, "there's a definite problem. But it's hard to pinpoint. Actually Morrow's suspension was really one of the biggest boosts of morale we've had. He was widely hated. I don't think anyolle really likes him, he's even assualted superior officers." Preble said under the circumsfances may have reacted in the same manner. Discussing the alleged "assault" incident, Prehle said it was merely an "altercation" between Morrow and a UP sergeant. Prehle said Morrow made. a "normal physical reaction" to an "overbearing person" who was gesturing .or waving his arm in Morrow's face while verbally disciplining him. "It was a defensive reaction," Prehle said. "There was an altercation and knowing the sargeant
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( 1.4 A S S I It A It S ) (SERVICES OFFERED) ( FOR RENT ) ( AUTOMOTIVE ) SPECIALIZED TYPIST IBM CORRECTING Selectric, carbon ribbon, pica or elite. Type changes and Greek symbols. All types of work and styles. s min. from USF. Nina Schiro, 11110 N 22nd St., 971-2139 If no answer, 23S-3261. LESSONS -Guitar, S-string Banjo. Private lessons by qualified Instructors. Guitar rental available. Grissett Music, Ph. 988-1419. PROFESSIONAL TYPIST--TURABIAN, USF, APA, etc. style manuals. I BM SELECTRIC with type changes & Greek symbols. S min. from USF--971-6041 after 6 p.m. EXTRAORDINARY TYPIST s+ Years of Quality term papers di ssert at ions-stat is ti ca I data-thesisTurabian-US F-Campbell--1 BM Selectric, carbon ribbon, 4 type styles, pica R EFER ENCES on request. Call Gloria 884-1969 CANOE RENTALS By Day or Week Call 93S-0018 or 93S-1476 Free School ages S to 10 yrs; Humanistic Approach Perceptual Motor Training Flexible Length of Day Patricia Moll Ph. 238-3814 CARSON OPTICAL 11710 Fla. Ave. 93S-78S4. Eyeglass RX. Sunglasses & photogray; plastic or hardened lenses made. Gold wire frames & fashioned frames. Duplicate broken lenses & repair trcimes. ( HELP WANTED ) LIVE-IN counselor-Big Brother-Sister ir Dorm for handicapped adults. MacDonala Training Ctr. 877-7431 WANTED: Warehouse Workers; 2 available; mus! be 18 yrs. old & have transportation. See Al Tampa Wholesale Liquor. SSlS Anderson Road NEED responsible girl or woman to live in. Room & Board. small salary in exchange for 16 days of companionship a month to 10 yr. old. Close to USF Neb. & Fletcher. Write immediately to Box 8826, Tampa, 33612. ARTIST-"student" 10-1S hrs. per week. Experience necessary ( 1) silk screening (2) Lino-scribe (3) layouts. Preferably CWS P but not necessary. Contact Richard Al1er SEAC Ctr. 226 or 974-2637 COOKS AND WAITRESSES WANTED. Good pay and free pizza. Apply Pizza Hut in Temple Terrace. MEN or women wanted for permanent part. time employment taking inventory in drug, grocery and variety stores. Reply RGIS Inventory specialists. Phone 879-3876. LEGAL Assistant Junior-Senior. 3.0 or b etter, part-lime, mornings. Call 872-8424. .:LERK-Typisl good with figures. Starting salary S90 a week. All company.benefits. Call 877-SJSJ for appointment. EXTRA cash Cwork today-pay today) guaranteed work, work when you want as long as you want. Seven days a Apply ready lo work. MANPOWER 1919 E Bu sch Blvd., 416 W. Kennedy. Hrs. 6 a m .. 6 p.m. LIVE-IN housekeeper for bachelor, age to 37, light housekeeping, cooking, small salary, room & board. Phone 884-0073 or after 5 :30 876-1763. ( MOBILE HOMES ) 1971 52xl2 MOBILE home, carpeted, fur nish e d, A .c, bar & skirting. S4000.00 9884360 12x52 MOBILE HOME. 2 bedrooms. 5500.00 and take over payments of 573.81. 5et up 3 miles from USF. Call 977-5287. SUBLET BEDROOM furnished apartment on N. 15th St. S99.00 mo. Available Aug. 1st. Call 977-5868 or 971-4409 NEW 1 BR duplex apartments, unfurnished or furnished, close to campus, a c shag carpet and huge walk-in closet. Call 971-1642 or 971-32S6 NEW 2 BR lux apts. Central A-H, WW carpets, dishwasher, disposal, kids & pets OK. 5160-unf, 5180-fur. Liberal Landlord (student). Cail Bess Carter Assoc or Angela Brantley Assoc. Ann Davis Reg. R. E Broker. 932-4308. LA MANCHA DOS APARTMENTS. 572-90 per month. One block from campus, off Fletcher on 42nd Street. 971.0100. l BEDROOM apartment on N 22nd St 5113.00 month. Available now. Call James Robertson Jr. 742-9522 Bradenton, Fla. FURNISHED Apt., new, North Tampa, air conditioned, 1 bedroom, bath, living room, kitchen. Single person only. 590 month. Call now 235-4311 or 232-0011 APTS. & HOUSES TO SHARE SUBLET luxury apt. available Aug. $6S a mo. Female roommate. Private bdrm. lnq. collect 305 66S-314S alter 6 Write S801 Michelangelo St. Coral Gables, Fla. 33146. 27 YR. OLD VET wishes to share house. Has own furn., prefers older students & house in country. Barry Stinson, 4457 First Ave. N St. Pete. 33713 or call 344-2169. FEMALE wanted to share duplex 3 blocks from USF. Occupy in Sept., S70 a month plus util. 13113 23rd Street. Call 971-4123 to see. FEMALE roommate needed-own bedroom & bath. Pines Apts. pool sauna, rec. room. S90 month plus utilities. Call 971-1000 8-S leave message Troyanne Kirklan ( FOR SALE l THIS 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. LOVEABLE, affectionate Siamese kittens, sealpoint. 8 weeks old. S1S. Call 935-4595 BEAUTIFUL Flowers for all occasions for best r esults, call: Thompson's Flower & Gift Shop 23!9 W. Linebaugh Ave. 93S-8263. ELECTRIC typewriter. Smith-Corona Electra 110. Absolutely excellent con dition. Call 238-S276 $7S or best offer. FOR SALE stereo with 8 track, 2 speakers, headphones, Panasonic turntable. $70. Decorator telephone $30. Surfboard S'S" Oceanside $40, Twinfin-good shape. Call Sue M-F 8-5 Ext. 2711 after 5 977-4747 MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS 1972 HONDA CB 450 excellent condition, 5300 miles. $750. 13108 N. 22nd St. 971-7152 or 971-2230. FOR SALE: 1969 Mustang Mach I with 3-speed automatic trans. & JSl CID engine. Good condition. Call 974-6477 or see Tom in Theta Hall, rm. 106, USF. 68 OLDS CUTLASS CONVERT. New tires, bait., brakes. $800 or best offer. Call 988-2347 after S p m MUST SELL. 1961 MERCURY METEOR, good condition, 5200. Ph. 985-1289 after 5:30 p.m. 1966 PONTIAC LEMANS, pwr. steering, pwr brakes, automatic, new tires, good condition. One owner. S500. 971-7152 or 971-2230. 1973 CAPRI 2000, 4-speed, S3250. Air cond.; radio; decour. options Must sell moving to Alaska. Phone St. Pete 522-4480 after s p.m. TV, RADIO, STEREO SPANISH CREDENZA AM-FM STEREO GARRARD CHANGER, 20 watts per channel RMS-.$200. Call 886-1338 after 5 p .m. VIDEO TAPE must sacrifice. WESTINGHOUSE l inch video tape recorder with 4 channel MUL Tl-TRACK sound control unit. Excellent working. condition with l reel ME MOR EX 1 inch video tape. $300. 626-JS96 before 2 p .m. FOR SALE stereo receiver, AM-FM, tape, speakers, turntable. Call Ron 971-46S6 ( LOST & FOUND ) .a LOST: July 22 female Doberman Pinscher, 9 mo. old, wearing double row choke chain, no tag. Vicinity Fletcher Ave. between 15th & 30th St. Answers to name of Poppy. Black & tan. Call 933-4039 or 933-4030 anytime day or night! LIBERAL REWARD! REWARD for rings found in Science Center, one pearl, one gold with blue stones. Call 977-S211 FOUND: poodle mixed, small, grayish-white at USF. Call 971-8102 after 5 p.m. LOST l young black & tan 80 lb. German Shepherd. Vicinity of Lake Magdalene. Needs medication. Large reward. 933-2S75, 837-5621 !ext. 277) Alan. ( PERSONAL ) ALL macrame so percent off during July for all USF students & staff. Crafts Unlimited. 4948 Busch Plaza or 236 E. Davis Blvd., Davis Island. Call 988-6403. FREE in structions for beginners & advanced macrame students. UNITE w ith Red Star Cadre---Marxist Leninist! University chapter. Sincere progressive people to disseminate MaoTse Tung thought. Call 932-5889. Use Oracle Classifieds} -------------------------------I I : PlllZA i I I : 10403 N. Nebraska Ave. at Bougenvilla I 1 f ea tu ring I : Homemade Pizza and Cuban Sandwiches : : Phone In For 10 Minute Service ; I Open Weekdays til 11 pm Weekends til 12 pm : : ;'iOt OFF ANY SIZE PIZZA WITH THIS AD/. ff er expires August 251 a THE ORACLE -July 26, 1973 BICYCL CENTER F1'811chised Dealer SALES and SERVICE 1220 E. Fletcher Ave. Open H:OO am 6:00 pm PHONE 971-2277 RAZOR CUTS HAIR STYLING l3520 & $72 PH-971 Appointments Available Hours Daily 9-6 Thurs. & Fri. 9-7:30 PLAZA 4803 BUSCH PI .\ZA $90 month .*FURNISHED APTS. *WALK TO CLASS SWIMMING POOLSk TENNIS, REC BLDGS. 11 T.V. LOUNGES PRIVACY Reservations now being accepted for next fall. 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12-THE ORACLE July 26, 1973 Despite Dearth Of PhD Programs Research Grants Keep Rolling In BY MAHIL)'N M. EVON Oracle Staff Writer USF appears to be holding it's own in securing research grants. Although still in its "infant" stage compared to most Florida colleges and universities and offers a fraction of the PhD programs in effect at the other state run universities of comparable size (University of Florida (UFJ and Florida State University

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