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, Students Favor Escort Service BY ANDREA HARRIS Managing Editor Ninety-one per cent of 515 students responding to an informal poll last week said they felt an on -campus escort service for women is needed. Organizers said the service should be in operation within the next two weeks. The next step will be an organizational meeting with representatives from the Rap Cadre, Student Organizations, the Women s Center, Student Government and other campus groups. he said. should leave their name and phone number with the Rap Cadre at ext. 2767 or Student Organizations at ext. 2615, he said Most of the students who responded to the poll urged immediate implementation of the service. George Orras, a member of the Rap Cadre and one of the organizers of the service, said the Rap Cadre and Student Organizations will take active steps to institute the escort service. AS THE SERVICE is planned now it will be offered Sunday through Friday from 8 p .m. to 1 a.m., Orras said. Volunteer escorts will be screened and will carry identification. To get an escort, students will probably call the Helpline, USF's telephone counseling and referral service, at ext. 2555, he said. Some asked that the service be offered 24 hours a day. and others also asked for better lighting on campus. BllT NOT ALL of the students said they liked the idea of the service. One respondent wrote that such a service will be "humiliating and encouraging of dependence in women. Lighting is the solution." "IF EVERYBODY who voted for the service used it, we' d be swamped," Orras said. Students will probably use the service, he said, because "if you're by yourself, there's more chance of being assaulted or raped. "We're going to need a lot of people to help us do it, Orras said. "It:S for the students. Without them, we're not going to be able to do it." The escort service will probably be offered on a pilot basis this quarter and continued if students use it, Orras said. MEI'; OR WOMEN who want to volunteer as escorts Oct. 24, 1973 Vol. 8, No. 70 12 Pages Tests Sald Harmlng Academlc Standlng BY SANDRA WRIGHT Assistant News Editor Although the Board of Regents rnoR > i s now considering preparation of a statewide College Level Exam ina ti on Program ( CLEP) policy many USF professors have said they feel the tests may lower University standards. One can almost get through the test by guessing," Assistant Humanities Professor Sape Zylstra said yesterday. "It really lowers standards." ZYLSTRA said the testing procedure assumes tha t ed11ca tion is a number of facts a nd w e can dispense with classes. a nd a s sumes that all subjec t m a tt e r is testable." He said an (analysis) a d di liorrn I facult y c onc e rn i s th ey we r e not c o nsulted bdo r e tests WPl'l b egun. "It is ob v ious that since th e pro gram has not been approve d b y F<.iculty Senate, its adopt ion has b een illegitimate." l'oliti c al Sc i e nce Assista--: Professor Sotirios B arber said. ''It i s a n o th e r e x ample of th e A d m ini stration's disre g ard of f aculty opinion on academic pro grams." US F Pre s Cecil Mackey declin e d commPnt o n the subje<:t of administrative "disre g ;ml" of fac ult y, hut said he is in favor o f CLI;P programs. He said h e did not instilut<> a new CLEP poli c y Sotirios Barber at the University but "simpl y gave it wider publi c ity. "IT W.\S :\ program that was hcrl' and hadn' t hel'n giV<' n muc h publicity." said ."! woulcln 't he a party t o anything I thought woulcl iower s t a n dards ... CLEP tests allow a stucll'nt at U SF to earn as much a s 4 'i hours of c r e dit if h e score s at least 'i O p c rcen t ilt o n th e lx a111. Tlw < : oun cil of Presidents agr l'c d a uniform poli<":v was nl'l'd e d throug ho u l the stat e univl'r s ity systPn1. This h;1s 1110vl d a lon g so rapidly the faculty h;1sn t had time to ('(Jnsidcr it." Fac ulty S c rwtl' Chairman .Jesse Binford said. "The fac ult y need s to take a h ard look a t it." Bli -.:FOHll said a lthough CU:P pro g r ;1rns h a ve nPVl'r be e n sent t o Faculty Senate for n 'v i ew, fac ulty 111emhcrs might be a bli to work through the statewide Faculty Senate Council to get input. But he said he f P !t the faculty ne e d s t o c ontrol such programs. USF Am e rican Ass oci a tion of Universit y Profe ssors 1AAUP> Pres. Jack Moo r e said faculty feel the tes t is a n inadequate measure of subject knowledge. He called the tests' administration "anothe r example of the fact that some of the people most involv e d d on't have a voice. "The test was u s ed before we had a chance to m a k e m eaningful input." Moor e said A big public relations joh was out before anyone knew any thin g a bout it. Mackc.v doe s a big sell on it." !\lackey said h e has talked to many students who are in favor ('on( in1wd on l'a gt Oracle Photo by Bill Phillip> Clearing The Way ... for Phase II of USF's Medical Center. Work has begun although an unsuccessful bidder says he is uncertain whether he will pursue a lawsuit seeking the contract. Tentative completion date is September 1975. Regents Will Consider Teacher Union Requests Orad1 :-\taff \\'riltrs Till' stall' .\nll'ri can Ft'lkration of 'I'<'adwrs 1 AFTl Satmday asked t Ill' Boa rel of Hegents 1HOH1 for a l!l per cent pay hike. ;i formalit:e d grievance procPdure and imprO\' Pm e nt s in fring e he11l'fils. working con dition s a nd promo\ i on poli c ies The r equests \\'( '("(' m a Pn'sid cnt N i x on facing a growing impt!achment threat a nd r eportedly concerned liy a divisive "fire storm of c on troversy,'' abruptly agned y1'stcrday to surT

2 -THE ORACLE October 24, 1973 Eqypt And I s r ael Resume War W Pll-Egypt and Israel resumed th e Middle East War in full fur y yesterday with each side blaming the othe r Israel reported the Egyptian army close to defeat and the Soviet Union warned that "the most grave consequences" would follow what it called Israeli aggression. Egypt reported its forces were under attack by Israeli warplanes, tanks and artillery on both sides of the Suez Canal. Syria reported heavy Israeli air attacks north of Damascus and renewed ground battles on the slopes of 8 000-foot Mount Hermon. Shouting Match UNITED NATIONS

THE ORACLE -October 24, 1973 3 Picasso Construction Date Eyed BY NEIL HAR1'HARGER Special to the Orllde Construction of USF's large Picasso sculpture, "Rust of a Woman," may begln early next year, Ben Chrlstopher, assistant vice presldent of the J K Greiner Corp., sald last wt>ek. monson, executive director of the Picasso project. "I cxpt'l't we will probably achieve our gout" of $500,000, he said. The Greiner Corp. is a Tampa engineering firm which developed the tngineering or the structure and has been handling other aspects of the project, Christopher suid. "I believe the schedule ls, hopefully, we will have commitments (of money or material and services) by Dec. 1 or the end of the year then maybe early next year construction may begin." Not much public opinion exists about the building of the half millio. 11-dollar structure, ac cording to Scott Mueller, of the USF Office of Information Ser vices "I belleve the schedule is, hopefully, we will have com mitments. ct since tlw artist had given permission for construction in the early part of 1972 "The only way I can gauge (opinion on this project> is by the letters to the editor in local papers," Mueller said. "There have been about three letters opposed to it. but at the same time there have been an equal number praising it. so really, it's been about evenly divided." he said. FllNI> campaign hns been slate d to end with the tnd of this year," said Terry Ed-"I lhty have given us n letter or have ugreed verbally to construct it, he said, no formnl contract has been signed yet. Christopher said he didn't know Access Set For Tonight ":\ND MOST people aren't excited enough to write letters to the editor. anyway." Mueller said. job mart Tiie lollow11\g employ.,., will be lft. ter v1owm1 Oft-.CAmpu1 on th dto Al In dcl..d. V i11t Ille Stud..,! cal'ffr aftd Bm Cel\ter (AOC IOSI ... 1clledul1 App01ntment1 al\d obtalft complete In Mor9 lftformation i1 available ?4 hOur. daily at ext. noo (Olf..campu1 '1 lOOl. NOV.S Burlington lllCl111trlt1 -Summ... lft. tor nslllp ol\ly Del Monte hle1 COlllpany IA mut1elin9 on1y .De(. 1 SM Corperatlol\ -IA. MA -ma'""'atlca. lluln1tu dmi". IS, MS ll\lll\Hrl111, phy't.ICS. Mr. Lvefttllol, K,.,.ll1tunhno bU1 reltect mvt. o.c Mi1r. Po.. l lOlll -BAlctrlcal ttl\91tttMtn 0c., Mr. Eaitm6n Comp11ny IS. MS .:ngf C'Oft.,.,..,IOft & 1y1tem1, dhHUii,lr y 8A, MA-ccounth ttt-Dec .. M11r., Jun,:, Au111 lumnt. ....,. c..._tt.11-aA. MA.All t'"""4' .. 11tunuu. NOii 1 U S Net \ 'T fritKrultm9 -8S-MttiftMriftt. ph\''1olt.'.'Ji. null'\, cttem1itry. l11w. m.cticI. d\'lflc.n ..,1 \)4ilrm!I. nuclHr pu.,..-& AOC Mor Ju1w. Au9. lumnl. General TlPllo" Co of Flor Ida-IA ... 11 bu1ll\HI majors matll and tftfll\Mrlftg. Oec Mar. Soutllwl,. Compafty IS. MS11\dustrl electrical, civil, cllmlcal. m1cllal\IC1 e111l1101rln9 IAMAaccoufttlft1t-De< ., Mar. J1111e. Te1111t11M utmal\ Company 11\k m as ttr Nov NOV I Gtntf'al Tlpllont Co. of Florida '"" Mm as ttr Nov 7 OMl'tla Powet" Company -IS. MS olKtrlcal a electroftlC systems Dec., Mar. Junt. U S. Nny ltK1'Vltl119-lll .. M-M fel' Nov J ; NOV.t &lue Crou of Florida IAMA-All bus adm. majors. matllematlcs IS-MS h'4tu1trlal 9ft9i-lng.O.C:. alumftl. Proclor 111\d Gamble -ISMS-cllem el\lifteerlftf, tfter1y conversloft. & deil" structures. mat..-lal1 & fluid\. -i-1"9 adm1 .. .. o.c .. Mar .. JuM. Tru1t COlllpany of O.W,l a -&A Accoul\llftt. marlletll\f, mana111m1nt fiMftee, 0.C .. Mllr. U S N11vy lt1nHI Bunk. Affairs and Lt>e Leavengood of New Studl'nt Helations. at li:30 p.ill John W Coker. the fine arts coordinator for the Picasso projec t. said that se\'eral m embers of the North Tampa Rot a ry C'Jub "expressed a rather pos iti\' e altitude to the project" followin g a presentati on he m a de to th e club a b o ut the sculpture. State Comptroller Fred 0 Dickinson is tll P gu e st tonight on Wl lSF-T\"s int e n i e w program "Empha sis" to b e ,,;hown on Chamwl 11; at 7 p m If you didn't get your last Rx filled at the Village Prescription Center, you were ripped off ... Oh well, there's always nexftime. Village Prescription Center in Terrace Village Shopping Center 109388 N. 56th St. PAESANO'S Italian Fur Fa, ,t Take-Out Or Dine /11 "!. I -_. '"' _.. 988-1447 Tcmpk Tcrracr Wlmtevt' r kind of c u r Yl'U wt', 1 hPw t' a s y YtlU cnn ride -wi t h a !lt' W 1..n \,1:rn h\,m F i r-:;t Finnncinl Nntionnl B:rnk ,,( T,1m{'.l .-\ Member of First Financial Corporation 'tember F.D.I.C. p h L) n t:' 9 3 3-o 7 31 wm N PonM tt s.m ,,,._ Jest tff l-7S


1-THE OR:\CLF. Check Growth; Improve Future Local governments should stop for a moment to take note of what happens to areas growing without land-use planning. A moment's hesitation may prevent more problems. Tampa city officials in charge of supplying the USF area with water were suddenly astounded by the growth near here and finally realized the inadequate planning of the past may mean a future without water for many developments. OTHER DEPARTMENTS (Editorials) accommodate the planned developments in this area. The strain is evident now. Each department should review the permits already issued, write for additional information from the builders and not approve any more projects until the review is completed. The environment, the builders and the people living in the area deserve the administrators' attention and concern for the future. serving this region need to pay attention to this example. The same planned construction projects that will strain the water supply are going to need sewage, electricity, roads and otner services. Students Don't Pay For Digest The community around USF is already suffering from poor planning. Our neighbor, Pinellas County, is criticized for its unrestricted growth but Hillsborough is just as guilty. Resources such as water, land and other raw materials are limited. Irresponsible management resources must end, and a thorough outline for the future should be bstituted and followed. IT IS QUITE possible that other divisions of local government will not be able to Editor: Hecen t ly. I have not iced a new weekly feature of the Oracle: "Campus Digest. As it is prepared by the Office of Information Services. the news presented in it is hardly more than an advertisement of the noble deeds and honorable intentions of the occupants of the Administration Building. wish to question the ap propriateness of its presentation in the student newspaper on two counts: 1 l If it is a paid advertisement, it should be clearly labeled as such; 2) If it is not a paid advertisement, it represents a flagrant attempt by the administration to control the student (letters) press and an abuse of the student monies that support the Oracle. Steven Mintz 8 Psychology The Oracle would like to clarify the role of the .. Campus Digest" / .. -:. Z-'l. ::! :/ U :3 '. '&.: fe H ,\ Editor Managing Editor Adverhsmg Manager ,, ''";3" @ E CLAUDIA MclLWAIN News Editor PETE DICKS Makeup Editor 0 R A c L VIVIAN MULEY Entertainment Editor MARILYN M. EVON Copy Editor m DAVE MOORMANN Sports Editor LEO STALNAKER Adviser fil1 I @ "'m DEADLINES: General news 3 p.m. daily for following day issue. Advertising (with proof) Thursday m; :\' p ..\ Pa('tmaker A ward 1967, 1969 noon for Tuesday, Friday noon for Wednesday, Monday noon for Thursday, Tuesday noon for Friday. Deadlines extended one day without proof. Classified ads taken 8 a.m.-noon two days before ..\CP ..\11-Anurican Since 1967 publication in person or by mail with payment enclosed. Advertising rates on request, 974-2620, I () \ ,J ,irk ()f' X<'tl]trl ('(' 1972 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. -5 p.m. Stories and pictures of interest to students may be submitted r. to The Oracle in LAN 469 or the suggestion boxes in the Library and UC. m m;i 11:::11111


DOONESBURY by Garry Trudeau YOU Sets Qtr. 2 Course Schedule The list for Your Open University (YOU) courses of fered for Qtr. 2 has been released by program coordinator Am. Mistretta. Six of the YOU courses are offered over WUSF-TV channel JO a nd one course is offered over WUSF-FM, 89.7. The courses range in credit from two to five hours. REGISTRATIO:\. homework and books may be handled through the mail but the course exams are given on campus. The following is a list of YOU courses for Qtr. 2: Personal Finance. FIN 201, 5 credits; Introduction to Psyc holog y, PSY For Books 201, ;) credits: Issues in Music. MUS 371, 2 credits: Perceptual Motor Development. EDC '185. 4 credits: Current ove l s. ENG 211. :1 credits: Soc i a l Science Statistics. SS :101. 4 credits. Introduction t o Electronic Mus i c MUS 205, :3 c redits. is offered only over radio Students may register for YOU courses during early registration. Mistretta said all who plan to sign up for YOU courses s hould check with the YOU office in the library basement for information. According to Mistretta. there a r e G:lO students in YOU this quarter but C'rirollment. is unlimited. THE ORACLE-October 24, 1973 5 Local ACLU Considers Legal Aid For Students BY S/\!\DH/\ Wl{IGJIT /\ssisLant !\cws Editor The T ampa chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union 'ACLU > is seeking to establish a method for providing legal aid to USF students, ACLU Pres. Jack Moore said last night. "During the year, it is obvious that some of the problems students have are legal problems,., Moore said. "'If we had some kind of liason we could help each other." MCOHE S/\11> he will ask the ACLU tu consider the move at the board meeting tonight. He said the plan would involve students in ACLU process. Although Moore said a number of ACLU members are students, he said no specific plans have previously been made to coordinate activities with University students. But he said mutual Bean Bag Chairs CONEYrs INTERIORS J.412 W PLATT Ph. 258 benefits to the organization and students could result. The group will also begin "systematicplans" involving the recently approved State Security Manual. The book, to be a guideline for all university police forces in the state system is "unacceptable and unen forceable," Moore said. "IT SEEMS to contain a philosophic bias that is repugnant to me," Moore said. "Parts of it are clearly unconstitutional." The manual was reviewed by an ad hoc USF committee which recommended it be completely rewritten in. consultation with State Attorney General Robert Shevin. However, the Board of Regents adopted the manual with few changes and State Security Coordinator Palmer Wee made editorial changes. Wee said iast week the document is being .printed and he plans to meet with USF leaders before it is distributed. During tonight's meeting, Moore said the ACLU will make plans for a larger open meeting. He said the group will hear from a member concerning the possibility of meeting at the Brown Bottle. R&R SHOE SERVICE WHILE YOU WAIT!! 1214 Busch Blvd. 932-6512 ARTIST SERIES FRI. NOVEMBER 2 8:30pm "MAHABHARATA'' SAT, NOVEMBER 3 8:30pm "RAMAYANA" l lNIVERSITY THEATRE $4.00 l!SF FllLLTIME STUDENTS $2.00 TICKETS ON SALE NOW! 1:15-4:30 WEEKDAYS-THEATRE BOX OFFICE its umc PtatSSOR BOOKCCNreR tloriland Mall Busch Blvd. & Florida Ave.


6 -THE ORACLE October 24, 1973 oracle Photo by Sieve Brier The Gallery is owned by Steve and Sherry Whalen. Chaplin Film Fest Tickets Available The Florida Center for the Arts is presenting a Charlie Chaplin Film Festival, called "Charles Chaplin Retrospective" from Nov. 9 through Feb. 17. Series tickets are now available for USF students at $8 for the ten-show series in the University Theatre Box Office weekdays from 1:15 to 4 :30 p.m. Individual show tickets are $1 each, if seats are available. The films will be presented in ENA. THE CHAPLIN films and dates in the series are: Pre-Halloween Scary Movies Feature Knocky John "Knocky" Parker, associate English professor, will play the blues and other appropriate musical backgrounds to two of the scariest films ever made in a special pre-Halloween p:esentation Thursday at 8 p .m. in LAN 103. Knocky s fear-flicks will be Lon Chaney, Sr. in the 1925 classic "Phantom of the Opera" and the 1931 film "Freaks," which was .actually banned in the U.S. for many years for being so frightful. "F'reaks" is directed by Tod Browning ("Dracula" J. Admission is $1. [films) "Modern Times" (1936) Nov. 9 through 11 at 7 and 9:30 p .m.; "The Kid" (1921) and "The Idle Class" (1921) Nov 16 through 18 at 7 and 9:30 p.m.; "The Great Dictator" ( 1940) Nov. 23 through 25 at 7 and 9: 30 p.m.; "The Chaplin Review" featuring "A Dog s Life" 0918), "Shoulder Arms" 0918) and "The Pilgrim" 0923) Nov. 30, Dec. 1 and 2 at 7 and 9:30 p.m.; "City Lights" (1931) Jan. 11 through 13 at 7 and 9:30 p.m.; "A King in New York" (1957) Jan. 18 through 20 at 7 and 9: 30 p.m.; "The Gold Rush" 0925) and "Pay Day" 0922) Jan. 25 through 27 at 7 and 9:30 p .m.; "Monsieur Verdoux" 0947) Feb. 1 through 3 at 7 and 9 : 30 p.m.; "The Circus" 0928) and "The Immigrant" 0917) at 7 and 9 p.m. and "Limelight 0952) with Buster Keaton Feb. 15 through 17 at 7 and 9 :30 p.m. WORK OVERSEAS All trades, skills and professions Students and Graduates Male Female Higher pay, no taxes, travel to Australia, Europe, So. and Central America, Africa and So. East Asia Write for our brochure: Worldwide Student Opportunities P.O. Box 1255 1075 Camino Flores Thousand Oaks, Calif. 91360 Void Influences Gallery To Cater To Varied Art BY STEVE BHIEH Oracl( Staff Writer Steve and Sherry Whalen, owners o f The Gallery at 3404 Bay to-Bay B lvd. in Tampa, f elt there was a void in Tampa's art world that needed to be filled So they opened a different kind of art gallery. I felt there was a ne ed for a gallery that catered to ot her forms of a rt other than contemporary art... S t eve Whalen said. Art in Tampa has been mcnopolized by co ntemporary art. Con temporary art i s good but so much more is around," h e added. \Vlli\LEN'S interest in other forms of art is impressed on one from the minute he or she e nters the two-story house that serves as The Gallery. There is one room devot ed entirely to photography, something unheard of in Tamp a galleries before now, according to Whalen. "Photograph y is an all e ncompassin g a rt. It i s a n af fordable art form, .. Whalen said. Whalen has o ther plans for The Galle r y some of which may come into exis tence early n ext year. HE S.-\ID he wants to bring art to the masses and hav e a showcase for artists who haven't had the opportunity to "hang in" the retail market. "I like to leave the door open to anyone to walk in and show me their work. he said. He said he wants to make an area in Tampa Lawrence Story Calls For Encore An adaptation of D.H. Lawrence' s "The Horse Dealer' s Daughter" will be re-presented today at 2 p.m. in LAN 103. The production is presented by the Speech Communications Department. Admission is free. The production was pnsented last Friday at two speech con ventions in St. Petersburg and on campus last Wednesday. wh e r e people can look around and see fine" craftmenship and art. "TllEHE'SA building next door that can be converted into one, two or three shops for pottery. leath e r or whatever," Wha l en said "We hav e five rooms up stairs we can do anything with one-man shows, sculpture or even turn a whole room into a sculpture," h e added. Beg inning early n ex t year, Whalen hopes to have The Gallery exhibiting one-man >hows on a monthly basis. "We hope to have Folon, who ha s done numerous covers for N e w Yorker, Time and other maga zines, and we'll have work s from other major arfo;ts," h e said. Th ere is a garden in back of Th e Gallery that Whalen intends to turn into a sculpture garden where "people can go and relax." "I don't care what people do back there spend an afternoon, read a book, j ust relax, it d oesn't matter," he said. For more information on The Gallery, call 837-4909. Pigskin! est I Beer asc Drinks J' I I While away the hours watching America' s favorite pastime at Steak & Brew. 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THE ORACLE -October 24, 1973 7 Earl Wild Featured Florida Gulf Symphony To Open Season BY PEGGY SCHROEDER Oracle Staff Writer The Florida Gulf Coast Sym phony Orchestra will open its sixth season Nov. 1 in Tampa and Nov 3 in St. Petersburg with a program of Prokofiev, Chopin and Tchaikovsky. "Romeo and Juliet Suite No. 21, III IV, VII" by Prokofiev and "Concerto No. 2 in F minor" by Chopin will lead off the evening. The event will wind up with "Symphony No. 4 in F minor" by Tchaikovsky. EARL WILD, internationally known pianist, will be featured in the opening performance. Wild was the first artist ever to give a piano recital on television. He took London by storm this past summer with his performance in Queen Elizabeth Hall. Critics from the London Earl Wild appearing in first concert. Times hailed him: "He has. indeed. a perfect intuitive grasp of the composer's idiom ... Th e Daily Telegraph heralde d "Earl Wild made a brilliant Queen Elizabeth Hall debut...It was not just a matter of glittering cascades of notes played with an exciting precision and agility, but of the most immaculate control of the finest gradations of tone and nuance at the highest speed." Narciso Yepes, creator of the t e n-string guitar, will highlight the Nov. 15 and Nov 17 concerts. Yepes was born in 1927 in Lorca, Spain, and began playing the guitar at the age of five Yepes made his concert debut in 1946 with his performance of Rodrigo's "Concerto de Aran juez," which is one of the sel ections for this concert. OTHER SELECTIONS includ e "Don Juan" b y Strauss, Vivaldi's "Concerto for Guitar in D m ajor," and Symphony No. 4 in E minor, by Brahms. The Dec. 6 and Dec. 8 concerts will feature Esther Glazer, artist in residence al the University of Tampa, and Lynn Harrell, a Ford Foundation concert artist. Glazer and Harrell will perform Brahms' "Concerto for Violin and Cello" on program. Other selections include "O utdoor Overture" by Copland, Ha y dn s "Cello Concerto in C major," a nd Violin Concerto in A minor" by Glazounov OTHER PROGRAMS include: Jan. 10 and 12 Louis Devos ten or. (musit) Jan. 24 and 26 -Martin Jones, pianist. March 7 and 9 soloist to be announced. March 21 and 24 -Garrick Ohlsson, pianist. April 4 and 6 -Erick Friedman, violinist. April 18 and 20 -Heather Harper, soprano. April 25 and 27 Gina Bachauer, pianist. Subscriptions for the series of ten concerts from November thru April are available by calling 253-0679. Student discounts will be honored upon presentation of student ID cards. Tampa concerts are performed Douglas Hill To Perform In Concert The Music Arts Department' s Faculty Recital series will prese,nl Music Arts Professor Douglas Hill p erforming on the French horn Hill's r ec ital is fre e and will be h e ld Saturday al 8:30 p m in F A H 101. Thursday at 8: :io p m in McKay Auditorium. 615 W. North Blvd ., a nd Saturdays in St. Petersburg at the Bay front Auditorium, 400 First St. South, also at 8:30 p.m. IN ADDITION to the sub-scription concerts, these special programs have been planned: Why should anyone bea st' prH! Why study for the priesthood? Why be part of a dying institu tion? Why commit yourself to celibacy? Indeed, why get closer to misery in a world that is already miserable enough? There aren't any easy answers to these questionseven for a Paulist. But he knows that today's world desperately needs people who are committed to ideals and beliefs in our search for peace of mind and country, happiness, love and brotherhood, we are really seeking meaning-a reason for being. The Paulis! doesn t feel the world is dying; he rejoices in the signs of hope around him Dec 9, 3 :30 p.m. -Christmas Concert Tampa. Dec 16, 3 :30 p .m. -Christmas Concert, St. Pete. March 23, 11 a .m. Tiny Tots Concert, Tampa. March 23, 3 :30 p.m. Tiny Tots Concert, St. Pete. and listens for the sounds of love. Men like the Paulists rekindle our spirits and their love for Him includes and embr,1ces all of us. Every Paulis! is a mission ary. Whether he is in the pulpit or the parish house, on campus or in ghettos ... whether he communicates with the spoken word o r the printed word, the P,wlist is talking about what concerns him. most : the lov e of Christ for all people. If you are looking for answers, talk to us. Together we may find them. For more information about the Paulist priesthood, send for THE PAULIST PAPERS-an exciting new kit of articles, posters and recordings about America's first religious community. Wrilelo: Falher Donald C. Campbell, Room 102 Paulist Fathers 415 West 59thSt., NewYork,N. Y.10019 do you remember how when you were very young I a "night lite" gave you the courage to exist? I I OCT. 30th AT 8:30 PM I s IN FRONT OF THE UC. I b COSPONSORED BY THE USF WOMEN'S CENTER AND THE FOLKS AT S.G. .....


8-THE ORACLE October 24, 1973 Acclaimed Swimmer To Speak BY IH\'E i\IOOHi\l:\NN Oradf.' Sports Erlitor l\fost sports enthusiasts are at least familiar with th e aquatic exploits of Mark Spitz and Johnny Wei s muller. But ask any so called athletic expert about Fred Baldasare and more often th a n not vou'll receive a blank stare. THE TRllTll of th e matter is that Baldasare. holder of 12 swin1ming rccorcts is !ht' world's champion long distance un dt:'rwall'r swimnH'r. And today at 8 p.m. in LAN !O:l he will present a program of films a nd talk about his incredible experiencl'S. The title of worlct champion wa s <:'arncd by Baldasare in when he swam without once surfacing. as is his custom. for l:l and two-tenths mil es. Air. tanks. food and drink were exchanged and consuml'd derwatcr. by him un IL\l.D:\S:\HE l'l'COrcild hi s second major ta sk on June \1, 1%2. his :mth Battling th e turbult' nl waters of the Messina Str;!il. h e mark it from tn Italy benl'alh the Sl'a. a sw im he s t ill con tend s was his lllOSt difficult bL'CaUSl' of lhe water conditions th;1t day. Zoo KO's Foxes The l:nglish Chan nel lwd been sw um before but iwvcr un derwater until Baldasare did it in July of 1962, covering a distance of -12 miles a nd shattering his 1959 distance mark. Ii\ O('TOBEH of the same year he went from Denmark to Sweden vi;1 the On's und Strait. again thl' first person to ac co mpli s h s u c h a feat. For FHAL Lead Editor's note: This is the first of a regular bi-weekly rundown on major seasonal in tramural sports. FHAL AT HALFTIME of their first place showdown, Zoo captain Lang Dougherty predicted, "After this game we' ll be 4-0 and the Foxes will be 3-1-you can quote me on that." Dougherty didn't eat his words with a 33-7 decisive win and it is doubtful Zoo will swallow a loss behveen now and playoff time. Zoo 4-0-0, Fo,es 3.1.0 Unknowns 2-1 l. Smashers 2-2-0 Mass Confusion 1-1-1, Heads 1, Taken Heat 1.2.0, Very Danserous 0.2. 0, PFG 0-3-0 Gold With 7: 34 left in their Pi Kappa Alpha game, Kappa Sigma's coach, who asked to remain anonymous, said, "We're 1-1 right now, but if we don t do something real quick we' ll be last in the league. Unfortunately for Sigma, Pi Kappa did the doing20 points worth in a shutout victory. SAE 2-0-0, ATO 1-1-0, Sigma Nu llO, Sig Ep 1 1-0, Kappa Sig 1.2.0, PIKE 1 Andros Iota I challenged Eta I for first with wins Monday and yesterday. Eta I, complete with homecoming, will answer tomorrow against their second floor neighbors. Iota I captain Greg Gingold said however, "We.'re the better team Eta I is a little rnggedy on defense. Zeta Il' s defense retired-along with their offense after two forfeits. 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Actually it was Kath Kubach w ith a 188. TEST FILE Natural Science Council available at Room 406 SCA Stop by and let us help you out Bring us your tests, let one hand wash the other off ice hours Mon-Fri 10 am to 4 pm WORLD CHAMPION LONG DISTANCE SWIMMER First to swim .Strait of Gibraltar, underwater, from Europe to Africa. First to swim English Channel underwater from France to England LECTURE AND FILM PRESENTATION "MAN AND THE SEA" LAN 103 Oct. 24 8p.m. FREE Fred Baldasare Swimming the 19 miles of the Bosphorus Strait from the Black Sea to th e Sea of Marmara. a huge snip passed over his head. The resulting turbulence caused liy the propellers a lmost ripped lite U111k off his hack and turned him end over end Tiii< SCAHE didn't seem to ltav e too much affect on Baldasare, however, as five days later he crossed th e l!cllespont from Asia to Europe. On Dec 2 he conriuered the Algeciras Ray, go in g from Gihralter to Spain. 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Graham Sen. Graham Speaks Here Today At 2 State Sen. D Robert Graham will talk lo facult y and students toda y at 2 p m in the U niv e r s it y Theatre a s the se cond speaker in USF' s Fall Govern m e nt Lecture Series. A reception will follow the forum al :i p m in UC 252. Graham, who served in the state House of Representatives from 1966 70 was elected to the Senate in 1970 and re elected in 1972. Upon election to the state Senate, he was appointed vice chairman of the Public Schools Education Committee. Graham has s ponsored the Early Childhood and Family Development Act. th e Rem e dial Reading Act the Educ a tional A c countabilit y Act a nd th e Con stitutional amendment a nd l e gislation lo create th e Florida s tud e nt loan program. 2-Year Budget Gets Support Florid a C omptroll e r Fre d 0. Bud Dickin son told USF offici a l s h e f a v o r e d a two -yea r budgetar y cycle w ith a n a nnu a l r ev i ew by th e l eg i s l ature." Th e 5 1-year -old st.a l e cabin e t m embe r a l s o not e d h e has r eco m m e nd e d thi s approach to I.he legi s l ature, p artic ul a rl y f o r public univ e r s iti es a nd oth e r agen c i es whic h r equire a longe r l ea d lim e in I.h e ir pla nnin g anrl ::ip e r atio n s. llE lllS recom m enda tion a t a n inf orma l lun c h eo n w ilh Pres i de nt Cecil M a ck ey, USF dean s a nd campus administ.ra t.or s befor e his ca mpu s address last W e d n es d ay. During his lun c h e on r e m arks, Dic kin s on agreed with P resid ent. Mackey's conclus ion t.ha l present D e p artment of Administration r e gul a tions a nd o th e r fac tor s m a k e i t diffi c ull for s l a t e univ e r s iti es lik e U SI lo op era l e e ffici e nlly. H e a dd e d I.ha t th e s l a t e bud ge t a r y process i s ineffic i ent. and a two y ear c yc l e c ould h e h e lpful. Th en i s : 1 g r eat futur e for th e Univ e r s it y of S outh Florid a, and I a m proud to ha ve play e d a part in it s foundin g," Dic kin son sciici. I ple d ge m y h elp and conce rn for th e c omin g years add e d THE ORACLE -October 24, 1973 9 CCJmpus Digest Copy prepared by the USF Office of Information Services, ADM 190 Creative Leaders Gather :\lorc than ;)O lcad ers of artistic and crcati\"(' life in -\mc ric a a nd Europe arc expect e d for a conference here Oct. 28 :ll. Thc confcrence is being hcld in cooperation \\ith l NESCO 1 l l nited :\ations Education a l. and C ultural Or g ani z ation 1 and the l l nited States National Commission for l NESCO as the first s tep in a long-term l'NESCO inquiry into "rnltural innO\a t ions in technological and post industrial societies." THE E\"E:\T IS being coordinated and hosted by the LJSF Leisure Studies Program under the direction of Dr. !\lax Kaplan. Participants include painter Gyorgy Kepes : soprano: Dorothy Maynor: D.N. Bammate of Paris. director of the cultural studies di\'ision of UNESCO: William Harley. president of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters: Tom Messer. director of the Guggenheim Museum. and several several other prominent artists, educators and scholars. J\ program at 8:30 p.m. Oct. 29 in the Lan-Lit auditorium will be open to the public and will feature a panel discussion on the conference theme and a program on USF's planned Picasso sculpture. "Bust of a Woman." Education Talks Here Though most conference sessions will be closed committee meetings, three general sessions from 2-5 p m. Oct. 28 and :rn and from 9 a m.-noon Oct. 31 in tlw llC Ballroom, are a l so open to the public New education laws passed by the 197:! legislature will be discussed at a one-day dri\' e-in" conf erence in the UC today b e ginning at 9::!0 a m Th e c onf e r e nce will be co-sponsored by th e s tat e D epartment of Education th e Board of H.e g e nt s and th e South Florida Edu c ational Planning Council. Dr. William Danenburg. of the university' s department of education serves as dir ector of the Planning C ouncil. which is al s o involved in continuing proj ects in th e educational field. Campus Calendar TODAY Acces s : Or. James Vic k rey, D i rect o r of Univer sity Relat;ons, WUS F F M (89. 7) 6 :30 p m Sp eech D e p t.: R J Schneid e r "The Horse Deale r's D aughter," LAN 1 0 3 2 p m C onfe r e nce: Invit ation Confe r ence on 1973 Education L egis l a t i o n -Implications for Education P e r sonne l CTR 248 9 : 3 0 a m 3 p m S p eake r : F r e d Baldasare M a n and the Sea," L A N 1 03, 8 p m Fall Governme n t L e c turP Se r ies S tate Sen. D Robert Graha m T A T 2 3 p m THURSDAY Ca r ee r Service Lun c h eon : C T R 256. noon. C hemistry Seminar: Dr. Hao.Lin C h e n "Vibrational Energy Tra n s fer and Che m ical Lasers," C H E 1 0 5 4 pm. Theatre D e p t .: The N ig h t o f t h e A ssassin," TAT 8 :30 p m FRIDAY Physics Colloquium Program: H a n s H Neuberger "Biological E ffec t s o f E lectromagn e tic Radiatio n," P H Y lSl, 2 J p m Theatre Depl.: T h e N ;ghl o f the A s s a ss; n," T A T 8 :30 p m Midnight Madn ess Series: "Mon s t e r s W e Have K nown and Love d," and H ou se o n H a u n t ed Hill." and o ther films to be a nnounced. ENA, midnight. Movie: "Man i n th e Wilderness," LAN 103. 7 : 3 0 & 10 p m SATURDAY Soccer Game: USF vs. St. Louis University, U S F 2 p m Theatre Dept Tt 1c N ight o t ttie Assa ssi n," TAT, 2 .30 & 8 .30 p m Seminar T hl Modern Occult Worl d," CTR 251 9 a rn 1 : 30 p .rn & 7 p .rn. Midnic 1 t 1 1 Ser ie s "Mons t e r s W e Have K nown a ncl Loved," .inc l House o n Haunted H ill," a n d o t t 1er films t o IJc announ c ed ENA. midnight. Movie "Mrtn in !he Wilde rness," LAN 103, 7 : 30 & 1 0 p 1Tl SUNDAY Seminar "Th<: MOll1rn Occult W orld," CTR 251, 9 ,1 m Movie "Man i n Ilic Wdde1ncss." LAN 103 7 : 30 & 10 p rn UNESCO Con l c r c ncc Plenary session, U C B.ill room. 'J 5 pm Social Evcninq f o r UNESCO Conlc r1.. .. c Max K.::1pli111'<., t1omc, U p rn M ONDAY E,1rl y UNESCO Co11fer1 nc(! Cornmillce s e ssions, 9 0 .111. n oo n ,1nd 7 p m U NESCO Co n lPrcn c t D.i nquc t. Stuc t c n l Cente r 6 :Jo. o p m U NESCO Co n ference. Pul ) l i c Program LAN 1 03 0 :30 p r n TUESDAY Socc e r G;11n e : U S F vs. Unive r s i t y o f Tampa, USF. 3 p m SEAC: N;qhl CTR Center & TAT 6 : 3 0 9 p .rn. A udio Vis u.:tl o f Ed. Reso u rces: "Ame r iccl Series," LAN 203. 7 p m Earl y UNESCO C onlcrenn. C o mm1tl<'c S L'Ssions 9 .1.rn. noon. U N sco C onlcn1Ke: o mmiltef' rep orts t o P l e nary session ') 5 p .111. CONTINUIN<.; E V ENTS USF Art Dcpl. F n cully O n e M n n S li o w : R o b ert Gclin n 5: W o r k," Tlwntrr G ollc r y thr u N0v. 2 u s 1 = Ari D c pl.: Ur Hl1n1 r.1duH IL' Students Sl1ow," l Gtnlc I lr1work1," 'J' J O p .111., O c t o ber Pronrnm 0:\ THE :\(;END:\ will be the first major change in school financing .in the state in 25 years. The legislature has presented a new formula for school districts to determine how much of th e ir operating expenses will come from the state. Instead of counting enrollment alone. the new formula will be based on number of pupils age level of students and types of courses taken. A H.eport on School Progress-School Adv isory Committee will attract some of the confe:-ees A lay advisory council in each school district will consult with th e s chools on all their problems. Bringing the schools and com muniti e s closer together" will be the main purpose of this group," said Dr. Danenburg. They will talk about narcotics, dress codes homework and all the subjects to be covered in a report each school must make to the state. The third subject will be concerned with Teacher Education .Centers. Cuban Literature Programs Set Two afternoon programs on Cuban lit erature will be held in conjunction with the production of The Night of the Assassin here. A joint symposium on Cuban Theatre in its Historico Lit e r a r y P erspec tive will be held at 2 p m today in LAN 115. Discussants will include faculty members of the d epartment of modern languages and rne m b e rs of the play production company. A r e ading of Afro-Cuban poetry will b e held at 2 p.m. Friday in LAN 256 Readings will be done in English by H erbert Shore and in Spanish b y USF th eatre department student V a lentin M e ndo za. UNESCO is looking ahead at the so called post industrial era and exploring social and eultural developments confronting modern societies. The USF conference will focus on the socio cultural developments confronting modern societies and the socio-cultural significcince of current artistic movements in the United States. USF United Fund Moves Steadily Toward '73 Goal U SF"s Tampa United Fund is moving steadiiy toward it s $19.500 goal and as nf the second reporting date (Qct. 17) had achieved 70 per cent or $13 599 62 The USF Medical Center was the first div ision to exceed its goal of $1500. In fact, they contributed 117 per cent of their goal. "The United Fund," said Joe Tomaino USF-TUF chairman, is one of the concrete ways the university community has to expressjts interest in Tampa' s needs and problems." Campus Communicators DB.. JAMES VICKREY director ot University Relations will be the guest on "Access." WUSF-FM's C89.7l listener call-in program, tonight at 6 : 30 p m. To ask your question dial 974-2215. "SOUTH FLORIDA MAGAZINE an INTERCOM of the air, can be heard each Friday at 7 : 45 a m and 9 a.m. on WUSF-FM. Grad Student Gets Fellowship Th e Southea st. Bankin g Corporation presented its first annual $2000 MBA rt-llowshi11 to Andrew Wt'ston of Coral Gables. at a luncheon Oct. 12 in the UC. Donn lei L. Wittcmorc. president of :he Sout heast Bank of Tampa (r). presented the award l.o West.on. a graduatc stm.ent in accounting. "This award is based on :u acltm ic txct'lknt t '. sn id Dr. Hobert J Murphy, director of graduate studi e s for lht C'ollcgt' of Busintss Administration (IL


10 THE ORACLE October 24, 1973 Brahman Cagers Look Promising BY DAVE MOOR MANN Oracle Sports Editor Barring a few minor ailments, things have gone well in the first week of basketball practice for coach Don Williams. "We had four orfive injuries." explained Williams, "but it's early in the year so we're for-lunate. They're almost all healed.'' WAH.HEN WALK and Skip Miller were slowed by muscle spasms in the back, Jack .James had a bruised thigh muscle, a bruised hip was aggravating Gerald LoRg an d John Kiser was bothered by a strained shoulder. Yet Williams said things are progressing. Oracle Photo by Tom O'Donnell I've Got It Notorious for starting its season slowly, USF's Rugby :-. Club dropped to 1-1-1 Saturday with an 8-8 tie against Jeep Ba.rrett and Paul Whitacker figured in the Brahmans' scoring, each recording a try. Fall Rugby Schedule Date Oppone!l! .'\ov. Ill l 'niversity of Miami '\o\'. II :Vliami Tridents '\oL Ii :\aples Decc. I Cniversity of :Vliami Dec. 8 '.\1iami Tridents Dec 1:;-16 Florida GREAT. SALE 3.00 .. 12.00 Dress Slax 13.00 Cup Tournament Cider & cookies tool SUK CHJK 10024 N. 30th St. Hours: 10 -7 ,\ A II \ II \ "We're working hard on ;1 simple yet eornplicated offens(', Williams said, "and wc'v1 ahnut half l earned it. It look s pretty good. "We have more depth this year and there arc more good players and more speed." i\ Fl:\E ncruiting year has strengthened the Brahmans in nearl y ('Vl'ry Quickmss has hee11 added to the squad with th e presence of Ll'on Smith and Curtis Martin. A pair of fi-loot B titans in Long and Walk have IJcl'ftd up the center po:->ition and Em bee Sha\\' should h elp solidify the forward crew. Add to this five varsit v rdur1Hcs and five junic;r varsity 111t and Willianis i s hopeful of improving 011 last season's 14 1 l mark. "TllEHE'S a lot of competition the players." he pointe d out "Thev know the v have lo work hard or they'll. get beat out." 1\n important fal'ct of tlw game Williams ha s the lt';1111 working on is dt'fl'llSl'. llurmg the l972 7:l l'ampai g n. USF and its opponents had ;1n idt'ntieal scoring average of 7fi .B. Yet the Brahmans shooting was better. 44 per cent to l per l'Cnl wl' rc' working lwrd on dt>fcnse. ;tltlwugh ;igainst a tough MAN IN THE WILDERNESS LAN 103 75r W /ID 7:30 10:00 OCT 26, 27, 28 WALTER BREAKS OUT IN HIVES ... ... when chained to a desk It's not that he' s a llergic to wood-he just can t hack the whole office routine. And who can b!ame him for not wanting to bang his head against the walnut. You're with Walter? Well we can offer you a job that's different-even before you graduate By enrolling in our Campus Intern ship program now, you can get started on a career in which your hours decisions and clients dre yours alone Fact : 24% of our leading group of agents began learning and earning while still in college Stop by our Campus Office today and take advantage of being young Of P l l:L/\OL L P HIA Subsidiaries Pr ov1do r Marnlgement Company. Provider Sal es Company. COLIN A. SHANKLE TOM BAKISE, Supervisor 5444 Bay Center Drive Suite 215 Tampa Florida 877-5813 schcdulto !;1st _vl'ar our opponents shot \11J1s1 ... lw said ... It look s promising. liut \1c have a lot to do :-;ct." r---------, For a trial s1ze package of Kotex Jampons (5 t am pons). a pretty purse con1ai ne1, and a ver y explanatory book entitled "Te!i ii Like ii Is". mail this order lorm with in coin 10 cover mailing and handling to : Kotex tampons Box 551 CN1 Neenah, Wisconsin 54956 N :unc._ L Addrcsc ,, ___ ---.. ---.. ---City ------------.. -Z1 -----Allow 4 weeks f0r delivery. Oller expir'Js Or.-:cmber 31. 1973. L imit on0 pr 1 customer. .OFemininity today :,


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All types at work and styles. 5 min. from USF. Nina Schiro, 971-2139. It no answer, 235-3261. CAMPUS Ari Service Graphs-Charts. Logos-Letterheads-BrochuresNewspaper layouts-Handbills Call Mel Johnson 971-2634 after 6 p m FORMER VIP SECRETARY WANTS STUDENT TYPING OR OFFICE OVERLOAD TYPING IN MY HOME, FAST, ACCURATE SERVICE, 80 WPM, REASONABLE FEE. LOCATED IN WOO OCR EST APTS. CALL 988-0381 ANYTIME. STUDENT Movers, furniture moving, hauling, odd jobs. Call Ray or Elaine 4 to 7 p.m. Mon. thru Sun. 949-5247. TYPING: Accurate and fast. Turabian, term oapers, Theses, resumes,weekly assignments. Close to USF. Call Lucy Wilson 988-0836 BERKELEY TYPING SERVICE I MILE FROM CAMPUS: work done by U C English graduate. Overnight service available. Call 971-1336 ( PERSONAL TWO old favorites are back in town Limited Engagement ) Would love to see you. Leave message with MERRY LEE DEL TA 141 Randy Lee Steinman & Rex Rhoades NEW Pina Hui is open near USF. Pizza Hui is where quality, service, atmosphere is the "in" thing. Try our salad n sandwich special only .99. Eat in or carry-out. 1202 E. Fowler Ave. Ph. 971-4424. ( FOR RENT ) 2 GIRLS needed to sublet new furn. apt. For 2nd & 3rd quarters. 1-6 '74 S65 a month each, plus utilities. Bike riding distance from USF. Call 977-5435 POOLSIDE 4 bedroom townhouse; need to sublet 2 bedrooms at La Mancha Dos for reduced rates (S77 a mo. ) 971-2976 Mary or Carla. GREEN OAK VILLA APARTMENTS 2 BR., 11,, Bath, furnished apt. for rent. A C, W W carpel, dishwasher. $185 per mo. Near USF & VA Hospital. 14610 42nd SI Phone: 971-1424. ( MUSICAL ] GUITAR STRINGS Lowest prices In Tampa. All kinds of musical accessories. Survival Bookworks, 12303 Nebraska Ave. Open 7 days a week 117 :30 p .m. BUSCH GARDENS # has part time jobs available in # : operations and merchandising # # SALARY $2J)0 to $2.25 hr. : hours available 9 -1 12 -5 or all day #Sign Up at the Student Placement Center# : For An Interview With the # : On Campus Employment Rep. : : equal opportunity employer : Member, National Alliance # of Businessmen '65 DODGE DART GT. 6 -cyl., 2 OR HT, automatic, power steering, heat, air conditioning and radio. New brakes and tune-'Jp 2 spare tires. Great interior. S61S 971-2318. 1967 OPEL Kader. new tires. new battery, radio, good running conditiOn. SSOO. 971 -7259. 1967 VW BUG, needs work. Before 2 call 935-3262. after 6 call 933-5453. Make offer. 1972 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE-<1ne of the best, most economical ways to get around. Burgundy exterior, saddle interior. Low mileage, fine conditi on. Call Bob, 988-8566 evenings. '68 CHEV. Biscayne, auromatic, power steering, factory air, radio, good condition S650. Call 6895043. BEAT the high cost of gasoline-JO miles a gallon! Private Party selling '6S VW bus .. Runs good. Rebuilt motor. New seats. 'SSOO. Also '65 VW Bug. Runs nice, looks sharp S495. 837-2972. .. MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS I 1973 750 YAMAHA S1430'. Two months o ld. Call 833-8171 days. ( REAL ESTATE J SPLIT bedroom arrangement. Great 3 bedroom home with panelled king-size master bedroom. Large kitchen with breakfast area. Fully carpeted living room with breakfast area. Full carpeted livino room w ith lovely bay window. Central heat and air. Garage. Sidewalks. A Great Buy! PHA-VA Financing available. Upper 20's. Call for appt. Pauline Ferraro, Assoc. Coyle Really. Res: 877-4922. 011:877-8227 ( LOST & FOUND ) LOST on side ot road-Artley Nickel Flute. Cash reward for tinder. Call Bruce 988-7711. LOST: 2 male dogs one Great Dane, fawn, unclipped ears. One Irish Setter with tags. Last seen near softball field on camplis. Reward. If tound contact Mark 971-7245. BLUE velvet purse was ripped off last week. It had a rose colored wallet which con tained license, ID, letters and pictures which are extremely important lo me. If found please call Debbie at 974-6330. T.HE ORACLE -October 24,J973 "We Sell the Best & Fix the Rest" 237 EAST DA.VIS BLVD. Tampa, Florido 33606 Phone 255-1361 Hardware Ke_ys Made l 5 SPEEDS 1 0 SPEEDS 3 SPEEDS LIGHTWEIGHTS FOLDAWAYS Mosler Cherye Financing TANDEMS ADUd TRIKES. !!CYS !. O!Rts !IJZZ !!!!

12-THE ORACLE October 24, 1973 Student Senate Provides 1National Reaction Table' BY: (fHRISTY BARBEE Oracle Staff Writer The Student Senate yesterday assumed the responsibility of providing stationary and addresses of congressmen to students who wish to express concern over recent events in Washington. The body passed a resolution last night that pro vides for a "reaction table to be manned this week bv senators. Sen Sandi Crosby, of the bill said a table would probably be set up in the UC tomorrow or Friday. The resolution states, this is a time of crisis due to recent events on the national level." But nowhere in the bill is there mention of the U.S. Justice Department shake up, the firing of Special Watergate Prosecutor Archibald Cox or Pres. Nixon 's decision to release the con troversia l White House tapes into the hands of U.S. District Court Judge John J.' Sirica Nor was there mention of these events in debate on the resolution s tudents are pissed off about what's going on in Washington Sandi Crosby Crosby said. "I think it's our duty to set up a tabl e so th ey can express their feelings." Sen Bruce Cotter ill said, "We do indeed owe this to our con stituents and the whole univer sity .We can provide a springboard straight from the UC to Washington." The Senate a lso voted to s up port a candl elight march Oct. 30 to demonstrate th e need for more lighting on campus. There was no resistance to suppor t of the rnar c h but the Senate spent almost an hour debating anH'ndmcnts pertaining to individual senators' participation i11 the march. A clause tailin g on all se nators to attend the demonstration passed, but another provision that would h ave required a roll call for attendance was defeated. SG Vice Pres. Mark Levine said the resolution i s not binding o n any of th e senato r s In other action the Sen a t e commended two university groups for recent achievemen t s. By acclamation the Senate praised the Ed u cation Facully Studen t Council for "providing f o r s tud en t repre sentation within that body." Senators also congra tul ated th e Society of Wome n Engineers on receiving a national charter earl ier this month A resolution noted that the group's acceptance into th e nati ona l organizatio n Oct. :i has n o t r eceive d the at t e ntion it deserves on a University wide basis. CLEP-----------------Continued from Page I of the testing procedure now used Moore and Binford said they believe CLEP is sometimes useful but often allows a student to get credit for a course in which he is not totally competent. STATE UNIVERSITY System Chancellor Robert Mautz said he feels the tests are "a valid way of determining knqwledge obtained in classes." He said research is now being conducted to deter mine how high a student should score before credit is given But he said he is unsure how faculty input was solicited at USF. I don t know what is going on in terms of liaison within the in stitutions," Mautz said. ED CALDWELL, director of Advanced Testing and Placement, at USF, said the tests' concepts have changed since they were first instituted He said originally they were designed for older sti.idents who wished to "hurry through" college. Dr. William Scheruele assistant vice president for Academic Affairs, said the University h<>d little voice in state CLEP policy. SCHEURELE said CLEP tests were begun before the Faculty Senate was instituted, but noted LUTZ PAINT & BODY SHOP The place to have:rou ar repaired correctly. 907 129thAve 971-1115 he was not sure if the previous faculty elected body was con sulted. "This shows the administration is not really very interested in what the faculty has to say," Z ylstra said The University is like a big corporation. Ad ministrators are the bosses and we are hirelings DUDDY'S FOR TIRES NOTICE USF STUDENTS: WE ARE ON THE CORNER OF FOWLER AND PRIMROSE LANE--JUST EAST OF THE HILLSBORO RIVER COME IN AND PICK UP YOUR FREE ECOLOGY BAG-NO PURCHASE NECESSARY!! COME AND SEE THE PHOTO AND AV EXPERTS AT SOUTHERN PHOTO & NEWS COMPLETE LINE OF PHOTOGRAPHIC & AV EQUIPMENT PLUS AUDIO-VISUAL AND FILM RENT AL SERVICE. 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