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The Oracle

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The Oracle
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The Oracle (Tampa, Fla)
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Beeman, Laurel T. ( Editor )
Harris, Andrea ( Managing editor )
Thompson, Sue ( Advertising manager )
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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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.. :::.:1.:1 .... = ... : : : : : :: .. :;;:; Nov. 15, 1973 Vol. 8 No. 82 12 Pages Lawyer Asks Fee Suit Review BY S,\:'\l>IU WRIGHT ,\ssistanl :'\ews Editor Attorney Jackson Boughner said yesterday he has filed an appeal asking for a new review of a action tuition lawsuit on behalf of all USF students. The suit. which asks the University be ordered to return all excess tuition charged to students who had been bona fide fo'loi'ida rC'sidC'nts less than said lw was umert;iin if t lw num hl'r of st udlnts imolnd l'onstitutt>d a dass action l'ase. Tlw casl' was latl'r amPndl'd and rl'fill'd hut st ill classifil'd as class action Boughner said lw is not sure what the next stl'p in tlw casl' will hl '. "TllEHE IS so much papl'r \\'Ork to filing this darn appPal. anct l\' l' goltl'n so \\Tappl'ci up in Pickin' Out On A 36-String Autoharp Oracle photo by Bill Phillips Bluegrass mus1c1an Bryan Bowers performed yesterday on the UC Mall during the free hour. He will join Odetta for concerts scheduled tomorrow and Saturday at 9 p.m. in the Empty Keg for additional campus appearances. Collective Bargaining Talk Brings No Commitments BY SANDRA WRIGHT Assistant News Editor Although a conference between Board of Regents VISITS a refugee camp. p ;, /\HTS "Miss Hcarclon Drinks." p. 7 WHY USF'S haskctball lea 111 loses players. p. 8 THE MEETING in Tallahassee included representatives from the American Association of University Professors d nut-of-stat!' tuition while tlwy \\ 'l'fl' actually nsicknts of lhl' stat<'. lk said a nwjor part of the l'ase is a Florida stat ult requiring all state citiwns to be treated equally. I lowever. the circuit court judgC' who dismissed the case said ht' fC'C'ls the Board of Regents < BOR l have the authority to classify students as residents aci:ording to length of dwelling in the state. But Boughner has said slatull'S must be amended "by dirl'ct reference." so the BOR may not impose residency nstril'l ions. No trial date has yet been set for the case. Performance Files Remain Closed ,\lthough no information which reflects on tvalualions of a employp's per formamt is now open to public inspection. some information concerning professors is public Larry Hohinson lJ SI" general counsel said yest erday. llobinson who spent about two hours with University deans Tuesday discussing his in t erpretation of laws r elating to closed records. said no information dealing with faculty performance would be released to the general public without a court order. "I TOOK about a couple of hours to discuss this with the deans," Robinson said. "We thought that since this is a relatively new statute, it is a part of the function of our office to explain it." Records which will be closed under the Omnibus Education Bill are: evaluation, disciplinary action, commendation, summaries of conferences dealing with performance, special evaluation material medical and reference reports, Robinson said. "Even if you tell an employe 'you did a good job', that can't be publjc," he said. SUCH THINGS as faculty rnntraets and salary agreements would. h e open. Robinson said. A number of student records an also limited access, Robinson said. Health and medical, disciplinary, non-academic eounseling; fi.na ncial permanent academic and placement records arc all closed to the general public. Only the student, his parents or guardians and faculty performing duties relating to the student's records may see them, Robinson said. However, he.said parents may see a student's records even though the student may be of legal age. "IT IS interesting the law doesn' t say 'parents of minor students,' Robinson said. "I guess if you are a 55-year-old student and your 70-year-old father wanted to see your records, he could." When persons othe1 Jlan those authorized request student or facutly records, Robinson said administrators would request a court order. "When someone wants records for court use, we always check to see that the judge wants thein,'' he said. "We are trying to be careful there is a court order before we give the records." Ruckelshaus Talks Here William Ruckelshaus, form e r U S deputy attorney general w ho was dismissed last month b y President Nixon for refusing to fire special W atergate prosecutor Archibald Cox will meet in forma lly with students at the USF Bay Campus today. The session with Ruckelshaus is scheduled for 3 p.m. in the North Lounge of Building B According to Jean T s chi rdt r e r coordinator for Student Al'livities and Organi zations at llH' Bay C;rnipus. Hu cktlshaus will answt'r CJUl'stions from nwmlwrs of the University t 'o mnrnnit.y. all of whom are welcome t.o attend. H u c k elshn us i s also William Ruckelshaus sch e dul e d to speak at the USF Tampa campus. The speech, which is free and open lo the public. will b e at 8 :3 0 p.m. in the gymnasium. An informal reception will follow in the KIV A auditorium in EDU.

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2-THE ORACLE November 15, 1973 Judge Rules Cox Firing Illegal WASHINGTON tUPI) Federal Judge Gerhard A. Gesell ruled yesterday that Acting Attorney General Robert H. Bork acted illegally in firing Archibald Cox as special Watergate prosecutor. The ruling followed a hearing in which it was made clear that Cox, who returned to his job at the Harvard University Law School after being fired Oct. 20, does not want the job back. Gesell issued the ruling on a - Organs I Data ShHts Cost Sheets Order Forms Price U1t1 Work ShHtl Re1ume1 Announcement c Stuffera TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU BEITER I inslyprints 4347 W. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Flo. 33609 879-4684 Tampa, Flo. 33617 985-2083 The Oracle is the official student-edited newspaper of the University of South Florida and is published four times weekly, Tuesday through Friday, during the academic year period September through mid-June; twice during the academic year period mid-June through August, by the University of South Florida, 4202 Fowler Ave., Tampa, Fla. 33620. Opinions expres.ed in The Oracle are those of the editors or of the writer and not those of the University of South Florida .. Address correspondence to The Oracle, LAN 472, Tampa, Fla 33620. Second class postage paid at Tampa, Fla. The Oracle reserves the right to regulate the typographical tone of all advertisements and revise or turn away copy it considers objectionable. Programs, activities and facilities of the University of South Florida are available to all on a non-discriminatory basis, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age or national origin. The University is an affirmative action Equal Opportunity Employer. said \T stc-rda\ .. thoS(' childre n ,,ill 1i:1n ;1 rid.iculous memory of adults. 11 s a roll c n education for kids l o sec ... !Jrake S c hool superintendent Dal e Fuhrman and the town school board ordered three dozen copies of the antiwar novel burned last Thursday afler a high school sophomore girl com plained about profanity in it. "The normal way to get rid of trash is lo hum it." Fuhrman said in explaining the book burning. Gold Plunge UPI 1 -The value of gold fell dramatically on the big London bullion market yesterday and the dollar moved ahead on the 11 orld s lllOnl'I markrts fOllOl\' jng lhe a nnouncem e nt by the Cniled S1<11cs a nd s e\'e n European gonrnments lhal they were s crapping lhe "lwo-tiered .. gold system. The announcement Tu esday nigh! leaves the U.S. free to sell from its huge gold stockpiles on lhe open market. --------weather Partly cloudy today and tomorrow. Lows near liO. llighs in the low !!Os. B I C Y C L E ((") -\ CENTER .. r. You'll f SALES and metimeand HEP AIRS ? money later. l l1w11 /1:00 Hiii (,;00 pm l'llP'd. '1'11 :.!:.!77 SHAKEYS PIZZA PARLOR IS NOW SERVIN& GREAT NEW SANDWICHES. BIG I +IOT, AND GOOD RIGHT NOW l'D PREFER A COLD BEER. 8114 N. FLORIDA AVE.

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Student Affairs Sponsors Black ReCruitment Panel BY CHRISTINE STEVENS Oracle Staff Writer The USF Office of Student Affairs sponsored a panel discussion here Friday on ad mission, recruitment and sup portive services for minority students and opportunities for black administrators. Thirty black educators from private and state colleges and universities attended the workshop. Ben Campbell, director of Admissions at the University of North Florida OLSON SPECIALIZES IN WATERFRONT REAL ESL\ TE. Working conditicrn.., ,rn' the ti1H'SI. ThP ctJ<.,lcHnt'r" .HP U<.,u,illy more' .ittlucnt ,111d ,1 h1glwr 111.11m1t\ ot ..,,lll' s ,Jr(' lllcldt fl>r l ,1,h For more information and a free brochure, write or phone collect: Personnel Director 12601 Gulf Boulevard Treasure Island, Florida 33706 (813) 360-0855 THE ORACLE -November 15, 1973 3 VILLAGE PRESCRIPTION CENTER Phone 988-3896 10938 N. 56th Street / r;y Practical Pharmaceutist PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED (), 6 t/-) Student staff and facul discount with USF I. D. CAUTION! THIS STEREO COULD GET YOU EVICTED ),.) WHEN YOU CAN SAVE $200 ON THIS STEREO ... IT'S WORTH IT! 250 WATTS OF POWER AM-FM STEREO TUNER IC/FET CIRCUITRY 3-WAY 12-SPEAKER SYSTEM GARRARD PRO TURNTABLE Nobody makes turntables like GARRARD and there's never been a stereo system like the AX7000/GAR RARD. Full range AIR SUSPENSION speakers drivlli@ with the power of a 250 WATT amplifier. The quality is matched by an outstanding ONE YEAR S & LABOR GUARANTEE. HURRY. because our stock is limited. The manufacturer's suggested list is S529, and at our price of just $299, cash or terms available. they won't be here long. i:;;;; I For a period of one ( 1) year from dale of purchase. thP. manu I I facturer will guarantee all the electronic components in this st"'"" system to be free of any and all defective parts. Should a cfr.ff!c;t f of material and/or workmanship in the amplifier t11nP.r, spr..1kr.r. I or turntable sections of this stereo occur within one f 1) yr.ar from I date of purchase it will be replaced or repaired free of any parh I cost or service charge. f -----------------COMPONENT SALE Earphones $5.95 Record Changers BSR McDonalds $39.95 GARRARDS $41.94 8 Track Tape Decks $39.95 Air Suspension Speakers $129 pr. (12" woofers, 6" midrange. 31/z" tweeter) l \ ._ .. .. --r 171:! \. Armenia he. \1011. -Fri 9-9 Sat. 9-6

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4 -THE OR .\CLE NO\'l'Tllbl'r 15, l!l 73 Faculty Evaluations Rate Sunshine Certain faculty members are unjustifiably distressed at the thought that faculty recordsincluding student evaluationsbe opened for public scrutiny. These files are currently closed, and Dr. Jack Moore, president of USF American Association of University Professors, has contended publicly that the legislative move to reopen them is disastrous. BUT MOORE and others don't offer any truly valid reasons why records of faculty members shoul<;i be closed. Moore's strongest argument is "all political records are not open," therefore professorial records should not be open. But there are very good reasons why faculty records should be on public file. State university professors are state employes, or public servants. As public servants, they should be responsible to the people. PART OF this responsibility includes operating "in the sunshine,'' not under a protective cloak of secrecy. Student evaluations of professors are most valuable to students if they are made public. Whether these evaluations are signed by the students is irrelevant. No ad ministrator or student wou ld judge a professor's ) achievement solely on the basis of a single anonymous denunciation. Taken as a whole, however, they are the most practical means of assessing classroom performance. If administrators or ) I __ .., ./ r "' l ") \' / l j ; ) __, )"--"Good work, boys!" legislators were tampering with the academic freedom so vital to th e professor in hi s classroom, Moore's outspoken outrage would be un d erstandable As it is, his fury can only be labeled overreaction. Bicycle Riding Enjoyable, Uses Less Energy Open letter to Gov. Love: \Ve note from an Associated Press release in our local newspaper that on Nov. 8. you made your 212 mile trip to work at the White House in a chauffered 1973 Chrysler New Yorker. It took you 10 minQtes. Since that was the morning after President Nixon had urged Americans to conserve energy we would like to make some suggestions regarding possible energy consenation. You may not be aware of the con \enience of using a bicycle for trips of that distance. You would have used no more time in Washington traffic on a bicycle than you actually used in your limousine. There would have been the additional benefits of healthful exercise and non-pollution of the atmosphere. Furthermore. since you are the President's special assistant for energy affairs. you might be interested in the following energy comparisons: One passenger riding to work in a Chrysler Kew Yorker-4000 x 10.000 calories per passenger mile One fully loaded bus-400 x 10.000 calories per passenger mile One pedestrian-100 x 10.000 This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of Sl.tS.696..15 or 9c per copy, to disseminate news to the students, staff and faculty of the Cniversity of South Florida. Thursday g A-'"PA Paceniaker Award 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 ACP All-An1erican Since 1967 publication in person or by mail with payment enclosed. Advertising rates on request, 974-2620, SDV 'I k f ll 19-2 Monday throughFriday,8a.m.-5p.m.Storiesandpicturesofinteresttostudentsmaybesubmitted ar o xce ence h 00 in .. to The Oracle in LAN 469 or t e suggestion xes the Library and UC. ij. 111maa!llll!lamaaailii:llJiliijJ1JLliilj ..

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DOONESBURY YOU HAVE IT, 8055. 300, 000 WAR. VICT!t15' I by Garry Trudeau a!ftl, THIS 15 TH 8!66T IN All OF IM AMAZE{)! CAM80f}/A ANO :I'M NO / STRANGER. 10 REFU6& (/""/.. CAWS! ,,r'l_j-i,. .. l J _.,. "" :::i ?, tf ): ) r -::-_ --..\ SG Backs More Hours In Library The Student Senate heard a resolution Tuesday night sup porting an extension of Saturday hours at the USF library. The resolution, suhmitted hy Sens. Susan Kileoursl' and Peter Holland. proposed that "since the function of the librarv is to serve student and faculty r;eeds and is the only place some people have in which to study" the hours should be extended. Presenlly the library eloses at;; p.m. on Saturdays. Both Kileourse and llolland were absent from the session. which lasted :!O minutes. Sen Sandi Crosby move d to table th e resolution since the Stnators were not present. Platform Announced For Prison Reform The Senate Tl'ceived a report from SG Pres. Bill Davis !hat there will be a meeting thi s week "lo decide who'll pay for security at future outdoor rock concerts." D;1vis said that SG did not provide any security guards at "1s t IH'ek s out door concert as reques ted b:I' the administration. Davis said h e will attend the nll'l'ling. along with a represl'ntative from SEAC. UP Chief P;1ul Uravich and Vice Pnsictent for Student Affairs Joe llo11ell The Vietnam VPtl'rans Against thl' War (VVAWl Committee for Prison Reform vesterdav an nounced the its platform on prison reform in Florida. The platform consists entirely of the demands contained in a letter drafted by a group of prison inmates which the VVAW committee received last week. from an inmate released from the prison. according to Carl Brown. Vietnam l'eteran and Prison Hl'form Committee member. THE LETTEH. titled The Florida State Prisoners l\lanifesto of Demands and Platform. listed fifteen demands inducting adequate medical staff. legal represent at ion for prisoners at disciplinary hearings. fair 11ages for prison labor. an end to ral'ial discrimination. an un biased parole system and a n e nd to medical research programs using prisoners as subjects. al'l'ording to the committee. Brown said th e letter was .. not sent throug h the postal sen ice" but was delivered by a former in mall' of Raiford. Florida s s tat e prison. VV AW 's Florida attornl'y. Stephen Bernstein. rel'eil'ed th e l etter. Brown said. "This i s what we\e bel'n waiting for." Brown said in refert'llCl' to the lettl'r. lllW\\ :\ said the lett e r had bl'l'n signed by four inmates repnstnting Raiford prisoners. The\'\':\\\' committee has been working on its prison reform projl'l't since .-\ugust. when the national steering committee approH'd its implementation. : \l'l'orcting to committee nwmber Pett Hoo1wy. it is a pilot project. FLDRILAND CINEMA I I .... AT 9U9('M 9t.YO, I SIDDHARTHA 1: 45, :l: 15, 4: 45. li:::!O. 7:55. 9:::!5 H-Hah'
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6-THE ORACLE November 15, 1973 film fare AUSTIN C INEMA Il-l. The Way We Were (starts Friday) -times unavai labl e. 2 Executive Action (starts Friday) -times unavailable BRANDON TWINS1. Pi pi Longstocking7: 10, 9. 2. Queen Boxer-7: 1 0 9. BRITTON C I NEMA lll-1. Queen BoxerI : 50, 3: 50, 5:50 7 :5 0 9:50. 2. The Italian Connectio n l: 30, 3:30 5:30, 7:30 9:30 3. Jimi Plays Berkeley-2, 4, 6 8, 10. FLORIDA-closed du e to the fire at Wolf Brothers. FLORILAND CINEi\IA Il-l. Siddhartha-1: 45, 3: 15, 4: 45, 6:20 7:55, 9:25. 2. American GraffitiI :30 3:25, 5:20 7:15, 9:10. HILLSBORO I-Cry of t h e Wild-times unavailable. HILLSBOHO ll-Fantasia-l : 3 0 3:30, 5:40 7:45, 9:50 HORIZON PARK 4-1. Pippi Longstocking-2, 4, 6 :15, 8:15. 2. Jimi Plays Berkeley2 4 :45, 6:30 8:15 3 Day of the Jackal-2, 5, 8 4 MASH-2, 4:15, 6:30, 8 :45. PALACE-Double Feature-Black Jack-3, 6:25 9 :5 0 and Coffy l ::m, 4:50, B:lS. TAMPA-Queen Boxer l ::HJ, :1:05 4:45, li:20, B, 9:40. TODD-Double Feature Sassy S ue and l. B: l'i 4 Th e Legend of lll'il !l ouse 6::30. a::iu. ON ('A!\ll'll S FILM ABT SEHIES-Charles C haplin Retrospective featuring Th e Idl e C lass and The l
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___ THE ORACLE -November 15, 1973 Giant Hot lE.l!.'5 CRISPY nz-z,a Giant Cold 7 Theatre Arts Department To Open Satire, Drama Sandwiches Sandwiches BY DAVID RUTMAN Oracle Staff Writer The Department of Theatre Arts will present its second production of the fall quarter, Pulitzer Prize-winner Paul Zindel s "And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little," Friday throug h Sunday and Nov. 20 through 24. The production is performed by members of the Theatre for New Repertory, a group of the USF Theatre Arts Department. Lik e Zindel 's other well known play, The Effect of Gamma R:i.ys on Marigolds," "Miss Reardon" has been previously produced on the Broadw ay stage and contains a basically cast. "AND MISS Reardon Drinks A Little concerns three sisters and the memory of their late mother, a character who never appears but whose i nfluence and the influence of the school system in which the sisters work, dominates the Reardon sisters lives. Both of Zindel s plays draw on his experience as a high school chemistry teacher. Peter O'Sullivan directs the production of "And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little. The cast members are Marla Dixon, Leslie Ann Utley, Linda Marie Bon i, Deena Kaye Lange, Rosemary Orlando, Jack Belt and Richard Philpot. TECHNICAL CREW includes jo_hn Schult faculty costumer; Cara Varness, costumer's assistant; William A Lorenzen III faculty set Myron Pledger, set designer 's assistant; Peter Ladue student lighti ng PRESENTS THE MASTERS' WORLD OF KARATE& KUNG-FU Nov. 16 8 P.M. BAYFRONT CENTER ARENA ST. PETERSBURG $ 5 Advance $6 D a y o f S how BOX OFFICE 9 :30 am6 : 00 pm 898-6365 c..lllG'i'>-" Tampa Ticket Locations: T:ips :ind ('lilll ; !()tl!:>) f1ir.ll' 1 S t10p p1nc 1 t..' t 'rllt' I Ld'\'rlV Fnt10r: 1 I t:td, 1 111 N w,s 1 l'lv;1. 1:;:G designer; and Mindy Lang, stud ent makeup. Admission i s $ 1 with tickets available at th e Theatre box office. The play begins eac h night at 8:30 p .m. in th e Centre Stage Thi s weekend will a l so feature an original student production called, Hurly Burly Ric Rock," written a nd direct e d by theatre student Kathy Bacos "HUH.LY BURLY Ric Rock i s described us a sa tiri ca l look ut existence throuuh dramatizations of poetry and improvizatio ns It will be presented Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. in the KIV A The cast includes Brent Cozlin, Jackie Olickcr John Edwards. Mathew Price, Gina Sarni, Sharyllynn Shaw. S herry Weissman and White. Dona tion i s 25 cent s .i( Tri-L-Foundation iC -tc Presents -tc -tc Kohoutek: The Millenial Comet iC" Featuring: Rev. Jean Page Bryant, ic "1' her teacher ALBION of SIRIUS,_ -tc and other Bay Area Psychics & Astrologers ic ic Nov. 19 Monday 8: 00 P.M. U.C. Ballroom iC ..... H-ie ([) ftad1e /haek SAVE OVER sso ON THIS SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PACKAGE r and you .can CHARGE IT I BAN KAM [RICARO .... OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOONS TAMPA W Kl'nne d y Olv d Nort11n "'''' \ h o ppl11v Cc11li 1 e ]IUU. l\flllun rln/lt S t 1opp l11\ 1 ( 1 11!1 fl I !1l 111ppl11u LOl\I P I lllll\Ol:iNTO N ( n r lr1 I 11'.f (N111 W111 d 111 ) e 'o1 ;11 '.I O Wll '.d111pl't l l!J ( 1'1111' 1 U '11111;1! R. \'I 1 1 / H ll H I \ 1 111,1 Hd ) A COMPLETE STEREO MUSIC SYSTEM ... Regular Separate Items Price 349.90 centered aroun d ou r S T A-46 AM/ FM ster-eo receiver wi th tape outputs a nd inputs. t a pe m onitor switch. dual tuning m e t e rs. sepa r a t e volume ,,,,. b a l a n ce. t o n e contro l s -i m os t p o pu l a r boo kshelf speakers. f eatures woo f e r a nd 3 w ide-dispersion tw ee t e r L ab-12 B auto m a ti c c h a ng e r f eatures counterw eighted a rm for prec i s e tr ac king inc lud es $12 .95 va lu e s t e reo cartridge i -----------------------LAKELAND Cl 'J9')6 S rlorld n l\Vt 'lltl(' I 1hP I J m k1 M.dl Ll\f,GO '-' l\.ITIH' I 'I.It.I '.l\11pp ilh) t 1 11ft'I r M I Ctll" Y o l\ 1 v 1111, 1 :.q_ C i n11 r N I \Pt 1w1 1!1 l J : I twy 1\1 ,I\. l'd ',/ S r r'E l E l < S l"HJl
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8-THE ORACLE November 15, 1973 Coach Content With Squad BY :\llKE K .\SZl" B \ ,\ssislanl S1>0rls Editor USF basketball coach Don Williams attempted to clear the air vesterda\ with an .. ex to fans" as to the current contro\'ersy surrounding the departure of fi\'e of his players Since Oct. :;. USF has Jost Hob !\Iinecr. Krn Kellstrom. Brad Dent. Embee Shaw and Rick Chap!i n ,,ith only !\lineer quitting the team for physical reasons .. TllEHE'S been so much written about these fellas. leavin g a lot of people with questions aho ut what has e xactly h a pp e n ed. I think it's time nO\\' to exp lain what is going on. .we owe an e xplan ation to our fans \\"illiams said. "This is the first year we haven t had a JV tju nior varsityl team. The fellas who have dropped out realized that there were three or four fellas ahead of them ... they didn't see much of a chance of themselves playing without a JV or freshman team. "Naturally we wanted th ese players to stay or else we wouldn't have gone out and recruited them in the first place "This is the first year we haven't had a JV (junior varsity) team. The fellas who have dropped out realized that there were three or four fellas ahead of them ... they didn't see much of a chance of playing without a JV or freshman team. -Don Williams ... but o f the guys that ILft. ther e ,,as nobocty \\'l' countld on th at strong... the Brahman coac h expla ined CO'\TI:\l"i:\(;, said. "We were trying t o reduce down t o 1:3 or to maybe I:! players However ,,ith both Jack James and Arthur Jon es out with v irus infection s and freshman Curt Martin sitting out practice for personal reasons Williams could only field ten players for yesterday's practice J a mes had a sick stomach yesterday ( Tuesd ay l at practice and had to go home two-thirds of i-....... ---lntram urals ------.. Shutout Duel Keeps AFC Leaders Tied AFC First place co-holders Docs and Chimps II took 7-0-0 records into their championship game and came out with 7-0-1 marks after their 0-0 tie yesterday. Both teams will settle for the title in a play-off game Nov. 26. FHAL With two games 1ett Zoo will have to blow their last two games against the Unknowns and Mass Confusion to open the way for the Foxes and Heads. CFL THE DEAD HEADS (3-3-1) are the only roadblock for the Losers (7-0-0) who have already clinched at least a divisional tie. Argos Second place Beta 4 East needs to beat leader Beta 2 East in their season finale Tuesday and in a playoff game to take the title LI r!l!EJ UJ NEBRASKA AT FOWLER 971-0007 SASSY SUE Plus KEEP IT UP Both Color, X Midnight Shows. Fri. & Sat. Cont. Shows from 11:45 Gold Green TEP (5-0-0) still needs a win over second place Delta Tau Delta Tuesday to sew up the Green division. Andros Iota I has already clinched their division. NFC After losing to Black Soul, Penthouse (6-1-1) most now sit back and hope A WBG can knock off the Faculty Chargers for a shot at first place till' way through !k's honw now with a virus Wl had to slnd .lonl'S to till' dol'tor bl'causl' lw had a son throat and sil'k stomaeh ... till' eoach s;1id. Williams said hl' hoped to have both .Janws and Jones ready for Friday s 7::!0 p .m Green-Gold snimmagl' although he said. "I'd like to Sl'l' llll'm back today." FISH PETS EXOTIC FINS NORTH 13516 N. FLORIDA A VE AT FLETCHER Acadamy Award Special Effects T H E M and Roger Corman's 50's Sci-Fi Hit AlTACK of the CRAB MONSTERS 11Midnight Madness" Friday, November 16 Midnight ENA $1.00 .Joseph E. Levine P'"'"" FEDERICO FELLINI'S "Midnight Madness11 Saturday, 17 Midnight ENA Film Art Series $1.00

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Brahmlsses Oppose Best Volleyball Squad In State THE ORACLE -November 15, 1973 9 OTOCRAP BY DAVE MOORMANN Sports Editor Judging by past performances, USF is too weak to be considered a true contender in the State Volleyball Tournament beginning today at Florida Southern capture the state championships. "We've looked very good in practice and we're up," ex plained Cheatham. "We can very definitely win it with a lot of hard work." C01"('EIVABl.Y, the Brahmisses could lose to FSU hut still make it to the finals Saturday by virtue of finishing first or second in their five-team pool. 1022 W. Bush Busch Blvd. 935-9339 Photo Supplies & Se1Vice Center Twice before, Florida State University , the state's top university team, and Miami Dade South, number one junior college squad, have competed IT'S GOING to take a strong performance by the Brahmisses to get by their opening match at 10 a.m. today as they are scheduled to meet FSU "We expect lo be in them Cheatham said of Saturday's contests "We're going to get several stabs at Florida State." Film Cameras Chemicals Paper with USF. "We have beaten them in one game," said a confident Cheatham, "and the main thing is that we're at the point where we know we can do it." If USF ranked third in Florida' s university di vision, makes it to at least, the runnerup MAKE THIS HOLIDAY SEASON YOUR "GREAT OCCASION," AND GIVE A GIFT THAT LASTS FOREVER-SPECIAL, 1-8xl0 CUSTOM COLOR PORTRAIT AND FOR WALLETS, FOR ONLY $14.95. CALL FOR AND BOTH TIMES, the Seminoles and Jaguars finished one-two with USF making it as high as fourth only once. Yet Coach Jane Cheatham is extremely confident that the Brahmisses will not only defeat their two nemesis, but will Besides the Seminoles, USF is pitted against Florida .In ternational, Tampa, Stetson and Florida Southern in first round action spot in the stale meet, the Brah misses would go to West Georgia College, Nov. 30 to Dec. 2 as one of two state representatives in regional play. Camera Retair Student Discount And as Cheatham said. "For a year team that's darn 1 Quality for those who care" MILJAN, INC. AMATEUR SPORTS Participants in any amateur bike racing program conducted by Miljan Inc. must follow the following rules and regulations to be eligible for all prizes: Rules and Regulations 1) All races must be conducted on Miljan, Inc. approved or franchized tracks, stadiums or other facilities. 2) All participants must be a member of the Amateur Tandem Bicycle Race Association (A.T.B.R.A.) membership fee is $2.35. 3) All participants must enter races and pay weekly entry fee of $2.oo; all such entries must be scheduled ONE week in advance. 4, Deadline for first race is November 17th for race to be conducted November 24th. The following schedule of races and prizes shall apply: First Race winners qualify for semi-final race of the week. Second Race Winners of the first, second and third place qualify for weekly finals. Third Race -Winners are the weekly winners who qualify for track finals and recieve a Color T.V. each. Fourth Race for all weekly winners, the winn-ncrs are the TRACK CHAMPS and receive a $500 gift certificate each; trip to Las Vegas for National Finals to be held October 5, 1974 via United Airlines, for one week all expense s pnid vacation in Las Vegas for the winnwr AND one guest each. National Finals -October 5, 1974 First Race -Winners receive 1975 auto each. Second Race -Winner receive 1975 recreational vehicle each. Third Race-Winners are NATIONAL CHAMPS and receive a $40,000 home each )labor and materials) erected on winners lots anywhere in U.S.A. These rules and regulations are limited to the open division racing program and are subject. to all local, state, and federal rules and regulations pertaining to amateur racing and prizes. Participants shall race on rental bikes provided by Miljan, Inc. Bikes will available for rent at the track for practice from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Friday. Race days will be Saturdays at the Golden Gate Speedway.

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10-THE OR.-\CLE November 15, 1973 Uravich Says Awareness Would Resolve Problems : )-louso \ITT : ; of : I 11'.)f ,Sandwich I I ,.jp I HY S.\:\llH.\ WHl<:llT ,\ssistant :\t\1s Editor :\ campaign geared toward public awareness of Uni\'ersity security problems is a key part of insuring safety for all studl'nts. Paul llravich. director of Public Safety and Security said last Friday. "People ha\'e got to be made aware of wh a t is happe nin g not cnly in the Uni,ersity co m munity. but in the surrounding artas .. Uravich told a meeting of the Resident Security Com mittee. "Many students dont understand the seriousness of the situation." THE COl\li\IITTEE meeting was devoted mainly to soliciting input from student members on aspects of security relating to dormitory living Student Keith Paul Uravlch Fi elds s aid hl' f elt a night stude nt p atrol" along fr equently campus routes may aid in criml' prevention. A program of communication Council Of Deans Oks AA Degrees A proposal establishing the criteria for awarding the Associate of Arts degree t AA l for all USF colleges that offer undergraduate degrees was approved at recent Council of Deans meeting, according to Dr. Carl Riggs, vice-president for Academic Affairs. "Although the basic requirements for the AA degree have been previously determined, some problem areas have arisen with differences between the colleges and over the new distribution requirements," Harriet Seligsohn, chairperson for the Council on Academic Advising said. "We are required by the Board of Regents to A ward the AA degree as Jong as the student meets our requirements," Seligsohn said. Requirements in the proposal say that the student must havP. completed at least 90 quarter hours and not more than 134 hours with a grade point ratio of at least 2 0 General Distribution Requirements must be met with the last 30 hours being completed in residence at USF. Courses with S-U grades will be accepted but Physical Education courses will not. not. "No consideration of the student' s major will be made in deciding whether or not Distribution Requirements are met," Seligsohn said. The awarding of the AA degree has been taking place for seven quarters now," Seligsohn concluded. and awartu ss lll'!Wttn t:ninrsity Poli ct' t l P 1 and rl'sidents and other student agtncies would lwlp Fil'lds said. !\lore than ha1ing sonH'Olll' eheck up on studer>ts. we should ltt students take care of tlwm sd1ts and be made aware." said Fidds. BOTH l l r ;11 ich and r ields s;1id pos ting stickers adnrt ising the l'l' plwm number niuld hl'lp in erimt' prtnntion l ra1 id1 s ;1ict ht' plans to begin ;Ill a11 art>ntss l'ampaign. l !raric h s;1id l'I' \\ mtld hirl' ; 1 "publil' informal ion offit'l'r .. to work in publil' rt>lations ;1I1d probkms l\ut lw said a funding problt'm is dl'la:. ing the t'mploynwnt The position will be a ... Uravich said. "I just don t know when UP and the arl dtpartnwnt will work togl.'lhcr lo prepare postl'rs relating to crime pn\ l'nt ion Uravich said. "TllE STl'FF will have to be something people can rel ale lo .. Uravich said. "Not posters like 'slop crime. turn in people', nobody can relate to that. .. Ur a vich said people should be made aware of potentially dangerous situations around the USF area. Kerry Kennedy. SG coordinator of Women's Affairs s aid she felt such a campaign would be beneficial. What we need is a whole publicity type campaign to make people aw a re. Kenned y said. I really disagree with the ide a of having someone check up on students. Uravich said he feels a weekly "police log" beginning this week in the Oracle is a good start for dissemination of crime in formation : WHERE BE'ITER GIANT SANDWICHES 1 1 1 ARE MADE! 1 I 232-1 E. Fletcher I I Sun. thru Thur. 8 -11 I I Fri. & Sat. 8 -12 I 11 FREEf 25c Pepsi with every $ -1.00 order with this ad.: I Limit l per.customer I --------------------..... If ti E J'f. f1 "Odetta displays unique qualities of vocal versatility that can appeal to music lovers of all types." The Gazette Odetta and Bryan Bowers Wednesday, November 14 TAT Friday, November 16 Empty Keg Saturday, November 17 Empty Keg All concerts begin at 9:00 p.m. Public $2 Students $1 ''Aej(; IES I CJJFFS /-PLAIDS I 501..IDS -ALL AT LOW, LOW FROM TO 7:00 MON T 1-JkU :SAT

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( t: A S S It A It S ) ( HELP WANTED J SERVICES OFFERED I ( MUSICAL ) MEN or WOMEN wanted for permanent part time employment taking inventory in drug, grocery, and variety stores. Reply RG!S !nventory Spec. 5445 Mariner SI. Suite 208 Phone 879 3876. WANTED qualified student to tutor my 5th grade son on one-to one basis. Mostly reading and phonics-will pay. Call 626 S810 lo 4 p.m. 884-1300 after 5:30 p.m. TELEPHONE work. Experience not required. 4 hrs. daily. 9-1, 1-5 or S 9. Weekly salary S42 plus bonuses. IMS 8775707. FULL OR PART-TIME WORK, 8, 6, or 4 hour shifts. Mornings or evenings. General plMt labor. CAST-IRON CORPORATION OF FLORIDA. Faulkenburg Road & Hwy. 574 626-1550 PART-1 tME saiesperson. 6-9 week days, 10-5 p .m. Saturday. Radio Shack 988 2971. PART-TIME SALES TRAINEE required for gill store specializing in So. Asia. Commission & subsidized buying tour lo Indian subcontinent after one years' training. Call 933-6145 (PM only). STUFF TO WEAR Full & part-time needed for dynamite junior boutique. Experience necessary. Apply in person at Floriland Mall. NEED A maid for apartment complex parl lime. Call Laurie at 971-3784. ( MISC. FOR SALE ] LIKE new 100 wall Fanon Public Address amplifier. Solid state design, full mike inputs,. bass and treble, and master volume. S249. New, now sold on best offer. Call Bob McCoy 971-3273. TYPING Books, Theses. Reports Call: 877 FAST. accurate typing service. -l8 hr. vice in most instances. 2 mm. from USF. Between 8:30 and 5:00 call 879 ext. 238. Aller 6:00 call 988. Ask lor Liz. 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 Schir o, 9712139. If no answer, 235. EX"rRAORDINARY TYPIST plus years of Quality term papers di ssertations-statistical data-thesis Turabian-USF-Campbell1 BM Selectric, carbon ribbon, 4 type styles, pica References on request. Call Gloria 8841969 CAMPUS ART SERVICE GRAPHS-CHARTS-LOGOS. LETTERHEADS-BROCHURESNEWSPAPER LAYOUTSHANDBILL5 Call Mel Johnson 971 after 6 p.m. PROFESSIONAL TYPIST IBM SELECTRIC w -carbon ribbon, Type changes and Greek lellers. TURBIAN & other styles. S minutes from USF. Call 971 6041 after 6 p .m. APTS: & HOUSES TO SHARE SAVE-Sublease my room at Fontana Hall Quarters 2 & 3 at reduced rate. Male a r female. Call Seo!! 971-5900. No securily deposit. ( LOST & FOUND J SOLID BODY Elec. Gu1iar 550 Gibson amp. 5150 Phone 238 3917. ( MOBILE HOMES J 12K60, BR, AC, dishwasher, furnished, fireplace, shag, lied down, 2 miles from USF. S400 down S98 per month. S months old. Move in today. Call Lee Arnold collect Clearwater 443-6488 days. ( FOR RENT ) MALE roommate-own a big room in a nice two bedroom mobile home. Central air, s min. lo USF, Pool, laundry facilities. All conveniences S75 a month for more in formation call 971-8808. LA MANCHA DOS, Tampa's only student apt. Complex. S72 per month. t from campus on 42nd SI. 971-0100. FURNISHED apt. North Tampa. Air COO ditioned, heat; 1 bedroom, living room, kitchen, bathroom; single person only. S95 per month. Call now. 235-4311 or 2370011. BRAND NEW 2 bedroom duplexes, un. furnished. Located i n vf!ry nice neigh borhood 6 minutes from USF. S155 a month, garbage and included. Call 985-1126 THE ORACLE -November 15, 1973 11 BUSCH GARDENS has part-time openings in: operations and merchandising. Hours available 9-1, 12-5, or all day. Sign up for on campus interview at Student Employment <:enter. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER MEMBER NATIONAL ALLIANCE OF BUSINESSMEN William D. Ruckelshaus 4 MONTH old Nikon 50mm. lx4 lens. $110 or best off e r Call 9712456 FOR SALE: Cannon FT. QL SLR camera. LOST: Etched gold bangle brace let of great sentimental value. Reward. C all 689-1386 Former Deputy Attorney General Auto flash, 2X converter, case, filter:;, accessories, S125. Jon Kanter 9862554. WE HAVE denims in regular and bells and cords in bells. Also, boots, shirts & western hats. Only 10 min. from campus. Bermax Western Wear 8702 Nebraska. ( AUTOMOTIVE J 1968 PONTIAC Firebird convertible, mechanically perfect, beautiful condition, power steering, radio & heater, air conditioning, electric :op & more. Sl 195 or best offer. Bruce 974-6217 Rm. 304 PORSCHE: Must sell this week. 1968 912 showroom condition. Call 988-0154. Leaving for Africa-must sell al sacrifice: '68 Ford Wagon, A-C, new brakes. S800 '64 Chevy Van. Custom interior. Rebuilt engine. S900. 977-5421 TRIUMPH-Fire Engine Red. S700. 1965 Herald 1200 41,000 miles. Great Condition. Fur-lined. New: Tires, generator, tran smission, shift, top-carpeting-wood paneling. Call: Mary 988-0410 & leave note. 71 Ford Torino G T ., factory air, power steering and brakes; AM-FM radio. Excellent condition. Call 626-9579 after 6 p .m. MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS I 1971 TRIUMPH Bonneville 650. Call 9889329, ask for Bobby. 1972 YAMAHA RS-350cc 2000 miles, 5 months old ss75 Call Dave 971-5419. '72 Bultaco Lobilo 175cc. Excellent woodser. Nol used enough. Accessories too. Good condition S475, firm. Bill Leever ?32-2902 ( PERSONAL l CHRISTMAS is near. Puzzle Rings 4-17 bands, chain rings 3 -24 bands. sterling silver 14K gold made by Jose Grant. Call Tracy 971-5577 betwee n 8 -9:30 a.m. or after 7 p m call when I am home. STUPENDOUS J S U. weekend!! To start off the weekend there will be an in stallation banquet at the Safari Restaurant at 7 p .m. on Sat. Nov. 17, will meet in front of the U.C. The restaurant is located on 30th Street near Blvd. This will be fol lowed by a parly at Vicky Brunhild's, 501 Riviera Drive. Dinner will cost S4.25 per person and S .75 party charge for non members. In conclusion there will be a volleyball game al 2 p.m. on Su.n. Nov. 18, 1973 on the regulation courts in back of Beta Dorm. OA TING: Computer-style. Complete in formation, N e w Friends P.O. Box 22693P Tampa, Florida 33622 I KNIT and crochet everything. Sweaters, shrinks, afghans, hats. Christmas sale. Call Ethel 251 2175. PRESBYTERIAN, United Methodists, United Church of Christ and Christian Church students there is a place for you. You are urged to make contact with your ministers in higher education at the University Chapel Fellowship. Find out what resources are available to you. See Clara, Bob, Bill-or call 988 1185. STUDENTS, CHRISTMAS IS NEAR. So what to get that special someone when funds are low ... How about a beautiful 8x10 color portrait of your smiling face. A S25 value for jusl SS. Hurry while !here is still plenty of lime. Call the studio now. 9887042, 9:30-5:00 Mon-Sal. ABORTION is safe. Abortion is legal. In Clearwater call toll free for information. Dial 1 800-3753. DOMINO'S PIZZA a Fast -Hot Free Delivery Phone 971-7875 $1.00 off the price of any large pizza with this coupon. f Pick Up Onlvl Expires 11/30fl3 Under Nixon Administration speaking THURSDAY 8:30 P.M. 10 the GYM Reception will follow Sponsored by University Lecture Series ANDROS & ARGOS PROGRAM COUNCILS PRESENT II FAT CHANCE CAN and a DIME CHARITY DANCE ,, THURSDAY NOVEMBER1filh ANDROS CENTER LOUNGE 9 12 PM Bring a dime and a canned food item OR 50 for admission. Proceeds go to needy families in Tampa

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. i2-THE ORACLE November 15, 1973 Viviano Stereo University Store Grando n1 d phones given away each hour Drawings will determine winners. You must be present to win. Thru Saturday, Nov. 17th System Specials A special buy on Pioneer Quad Receivers allows us to offer. this system at this $439 special low pr1ce. Pioneer QX4000 quad receiver ... $369.00 Garrard 408 .................. $ 49.95 Deluxe base ; ....... ......... $ 19.95 Dust cover . . . . . 5.95 Grado cartridge 4 air suspension speakers with 8" woofers & 3 V2'! tweeters 159.80 Total List Price ........ $629.95 A full 10 octaves in quad s aa 7 108 watts RMS Pioneer QX8000 ............... $569.00 Garrard 42MS . . . . 64.95 Dust cover . . . . . 5.95 4 Advent small speakers ... ..... 300 00 Total List.P r :::;e ....... $939 90 Fo,,. stuff like: 1800' reel of tape or 60 min. cassette Toeach customer. While they last at the University Store. Component Specials Quad Receivers Pioneer QX8000 list $569.00 Pioneer QX4000 list $369.00 Headphones Koss Pro-4AA list $60.00 HVI list $39.95 Cartridges Grado F3E list $49.95 Shure M91ED list $54.95 Grado FCR list $25.00 Afull 10octavesystem $400 40 watts RMS Sherwood S7100A receiver ....... $219.95 2 Advent small speakers. . . 150.00 Garrard 406 with base and dust cover . . 62 00 Grado cartridge . . . . 25 00 Total List Price ........ $ 4 56 95 On Sale for $395 .00 On S a l e for $275.00 On Sale for $39.95 On Sale for $29.95 On Sale for $24.95 On Sale for $22.50 On Sale for$ 9.95 All prices good at both locations Free gifts at the University Shop only v1v1ano Acvent, Bose, ESS, AR, Pioneer, Sherwood, Marantz, Garrard, Dual, SAE and many others. stereo shops Now in 2 locations Soutb t536 S Dale Mabry North Tampa New Universit y Store 11158 N. 30t h Street


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