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File policy questioned Larry Robinson .. evaluations, letter closed Officials submitting energetic solutions USF Pres. Cecil Mackey is waiting for a set of energy-saving recommendations from Finance and Planning, Ad ministration, Academic Affairs, and Student Affairs. A statement on what USF can do to conserve energy will probably follow Mackey's review of the proposals, and may have effect on campus traffic, indoor and outdoor lighting, and tempera tu re control. see related story page 3 BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oral'11 :\lanaging Editor Florida Deputy Atty. Gen. Barry Richard said yesterday USF administrators may be violating state law by refusing to release employee evaluations and a letter written by a University official. Richard said Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin plans to ask the State Cabinet to tell university officials throughout Florida to open files in compliance with State Statute 119. "WE ARE going to propose a resolution to instruct university administrators to make records open," Richard said. "but if they know about it there will probably be about 1,000 of them up here to lobby against it and its chances of passage will be slim." USF Vice President for Student Affairs Joe Howell, acting on advice of University General Counsel Larry Robinson, has refused to release a letter he wrote to other vice presidents concerning the SG Constitution. Robinson, yesterday, responding to a request from an Oracle reporter, said he would also withholdall evaluations contained in employee personnel files. "Those (evaluations) would not be available," Robinson said. Robinson said he based his decision cm Board of Regents (BOR) policy and the recently passed Omnibus Education Act which allows the BOR to pass resolutions closing evaluative material to public scrutiny. ( "onlinu1d on 11ag1;; Barry Richard ... questions legalh:y ORACLE Jan. 16, 1974 Vol. 8, No. 95 12 Pages Campus child center under consideration An SG proposal for an on ca mpus child care center will go before the space committee for consideration, Dan Walbolt, assistant to the vice president for Student Affairs, said yesterday. "Dr. Howell has endorsed the proposal with some reservations because of University funding problems," Walbolt said. Walbolt said space requests reach the space committee after action by one of the vice presidents or recommendation by the Office of Space Utilization and Analysis. Walbolt said he had no idea of tlw present space priorities of the University. "but I'm quite sure ther e will be competition for the :wailable space." The SG proposal asks for space in the Andros Office Classroom

2-THE ORACLE January 16, 1974 Edlttd by Annt LaughHn 3 wiretaps OK1d by Saxbe .. --B WASHINGTON (UPI) Attorney General William B. Saxbe disclosed yesterday he has authorized three "natio11al security" wiretaps since taking office little more than a week ago. These are taps involving either espionage by foreign agents in this country or domestic activity in which there is either foreign financing or other foreign connection. Saxbe did not disclose who requested the wiretaps whether it was the State Department, FBI or. other agency but said he acted under broad authority the President gives the attorney general to authorize them. Unlike domestic wiretaps, they do not require court approval. War signals WASHINGTON 4!riod mid-June through August, by the University of South Florida, 4202 Fowler Ave Tampa, Fla. 33620. Opinions expressed in The Oracle are those of the editors or of .the writer and not those of the Un iversity of South Florida.,Address correspondence lo The Oracle, LAN 472, Tampa, Fla., 33620. Second cltss postage paid at Tampa, Fla. The Oracle rl!serves the right lo regulate the typographical tone of all advertisements and revise or turn away copy ii considers objclionable. Progralfts, utivilies and facilities of the University of South Florida are available to II on 11 basis, without regard to rac&, color, religion, sex, age or national origin. The University is an aflirmative action Equal Opportunity Employer. C C. Dockery, executive vice president, said there is a roofing asphalt shortage in Florida because barges will not come into Florida ports because of the unlimited liability feature of the oil spill law. The barges can't get insurance when they might be liable for limitless damages if there is an oil spill that washes up on a Florida he said Employment crisis TALLAHASSEE

Nixon lawyer objects THE ORACLE -January 18, 1974 Experts call tape gap erasure See editorial, Pg. 4. WASHINGTON l UPI l Court appointed technical experts reported yesterday the 18.5 minute gap in one of President Nixon's key Water ate ta es w:u: caused by erasing and restarting the tape as many as nine times. But pre\'ented by a White House lawyer's objection from saying whether the obliteration Oracle photo Chris Malone Structural .serenity A row of windows along the roof of the Teaching Auditorium-Theatre (TAT) .follow the curve of the building breaking up patterns of brick stretching to the ground. From the UC roof the Fine Arts Building appears to jump from behind oak trees dotting the campus. CWSP jobs open to campus students It's not too late to get a job through the College Work Study Program nt for administration l who will coordinate the reports l said he has not received proposals from any of the other vice presidents but expects lo have them all possibly within a week Vice president for Finance and Planning Berl Hartley said he is in possession of all the reports from his subordinates but has not yet given them to Thompson. Dr. Carl Riggs. vice president for Academic Affairs has asked each dean to prepare and deliver a memo of energy proposals and problems about each college no later than Dec. 7. Education Dean Dr. Roger E. Wilk and Medicine Dean Dr. Donn L. Smith have not yet submitted their proposals Riggs told the deans at yester:day's Council of Deans meeting to have their proposals in "tomorrow. The existing proposals reflect a common opinion that the proposed four day week would be overly disruptive to academic programs. Engineering Dean Edgar W. Kopp said in his report that his college was seriously considering the four day week in Qtr. 3 but said "I shudder Lo think what would occur if we turned the air conditioning off periodically everday. Dean Gwendoline R Mac Donald reported the college of Nursing will begin turning off all lights heating and air con ditioning on weekends. Other common ideas in the reports included reduction of lighting, discontinuing use of non essential electrical equipment, and the encouragement of car pools. Thompson's own report to Mackey includes several energy saving programs effected by the custodial, grounds, and main tenance departments and the Physical Plant. Fuel for on campus main t enance vehicles is being rat iorwd at a rat. of fi\'e gallons ppr fill and thl' flow of all grounds dt>partnwnt \ Phidt>s is hPing alignt>d and controllt>d daily by lhP grounds departnwnt supt>rintendlnt According to Thompson's rPport. norHssent ial indoor and outdoor lighting has hePn Pliminated and dt>a;1i11g tTPW sdwdult>s havt> bet>n altt>red so only orw floor is being cleant>d at a timP Al'cording to Thompson. USF is being allocated only "-1ths the gas it nceived last year. "Some of our people have had to go off campus with a USF credit card to get gas ... Thompson said. ''Wl' lnivt'iiO"V1ew as1tb who did what for what reason," Thomas (;.Stockham Jr. of the Universitv of Utah. one of the nplit>d to an earlier question Guitars, Amps & Accessories At Discount Prices. Old And New Instruments CHARLIE'S 4505 MUSIC S. Dale Direct From Its U.S. Premiere Chaplin's look at America in the 1950's ] / .. 7 1/v ar ,,IC) J:\lllQ in iork written1 directed and scored by Charles Chaplin J: anuary 18, 19, 20 7 & 9: 30 p.m. ENA Admission $1.50 USF Students $1 Children under 8 $1.00 Next week: Jan. 25, 26, 27 THE GOLD RUSH Film Art Series Florida Center for the Arts. The oriental sensationnow gives America the action its been waiting for! FISTS OF FURY Jan. 18, 20 LAN 103 7:30 10:00 p.m. 75e w/lD


4-THE ORACLE January 16, 1974 Latest tape news no surprise Technical experts yesterday told U .S. District Judge John Sirica the 18-minute gap in one of President Nixon's Watergate tapes was the result of "erasing and re-recording." This should not be a shock to anyone; by now many Americans have become numb to any Watergate "revelations." WE HA VE witnessed months of testimony, much of it viewed live on television. We have heard charges and both sides made w1thm fue courtroom and outside of it. This thing has been going on for so long the .qrig,ipal:--burglW,s have already servell ffme arid .. bee n released We have seen top Presidential aides fired or forced to resign. Is it any wonder many Americans have turned a deaf ear on the subject of Watergate? Apparently we are going to have to wait some time for relief. THE END is certainly not yet in sight; it appears the real action is now shifting to the House Judiciary Com mittee. Their current impeachment Students fund freebie games How many basketball games have you seen this season? Fewer than last? IT IS BAD enough students must truck all the way downtown investigation is a sure way to end the controversy. It is not the duty of Special Prosecutor Jaworski or the Ervin Committee to determine the guilt or innocence of President Nixon There do not appear to be any Constitutional grounds for the im peachment of the President. If evidence collected by the Judiciary Committee bears this out it is hoped Nixon can regain enough control to govern the country until 1976. ON THE other hand, should the Judiciary Committee recommend impeachment to the full House, then the proper procedure to follow is clearly outlined in the Constitution. The American public deserves an end to the avalanche of rhetoric and philosophical preaching which they have been subjected to for so many months No doubt the amount of taxpayers' money expended on this affair would have financed every Presidential election until the year 2000. f ditorials to support otf team without being required to shell out a 75 cent admission charge. Seventy five cents is a small sum but it is three ID quarters more than students ;:;:s. required to pay in past I ANO letters DAMNIT! ITOLD MISS \JOODS TO GET THIS TAPE OUT OF THE \JAY MONTHS AGO! While USF students must now pay to attend Brahman basketball games other groups I have recently been admitted free m on various nights. fil; Campus can check cookie crumble When the Brahmans played Valparaiso Dec. 29 all Tampa Bay area high school students were admitted free, on Jan. 9 USF staff and their families. MONDAY, Jan. 21, will be the "First Annual Faculty Night" at Curtis Hixon when USF meets Missouri-St. Louis A halftime reception will be included all at no charge. This year the basketball team received $93,000 in Student Activity fee monies So when's the "First Annual Student Night" planned? The Girl Scout cookie invasion begins in the Bay area Friday, by the energy crisis, the Russian wheat deal which has caused prices to soar or the paper shortage which almost forced a change in packaging. About the only thing that has remained constant over the past year is the energy of the girls who annually sell Girl Scout cookies. Despite all the difficulties, the sale is expected to be one of the biggest in years A FORCED change this year is the change from direct sale to total pre order and booth sales. Because of the Russian wheat deal, which forced a ORACLE shortage of materials that go into Girl Scout cookies, Councils can no longer afford the luxury of unlimited returns. In the past unsold cookies could be returned to the cookie company. Not so this year Councils returning cookies will be in a financial pinch. But the gloom hasn't affected the outlook of the sale and the Suncoast Council estimates it will sell more than 35,000 cases of cookies with the full cooperation of Scouts, volunteers and the community. The cookie sale will begin on Friday and orders will be taken through Jan. 26. m will take approximately three weeks for cookie delivery.) Booth sales LAN 472, University of South Florida, Tampa, Fl. :J:l620 News phones: 974-2842, 2619, 2398 VALERIE WICKSTROM Editor SANDRA WRIGHT Managing Editor MIKE ARCHER News Editor SUE THOMPSON Advertising Manager ACP All-American since 1967 SDX Mark of Excellence .IE:\:'\ TIL\11:\:'\ ( Editor IH \'E MOOH:\1:\:'\:\ Editor ANPA Pacemaker Award 1967, 1969 LEO STALNAKER Adviser DEADLINES: General news 3 p.m. daily for following day issue. Advertising (with proof) Thursday n oon for Friday noon for W ednesday, Monday noon for Thursday, Tuesday noon for Friday. Deadlines extended one day without proof. Classified ads taken 8 a.m.-noon two days before publication in person or by mail with enclosed. Advertising rates on request, 974-2620 Monday through Friday, e a m.-5 p.m. Stories and pictures of interest to students may b e submolled lo the Oracle in LAN 469 or the suggestion boxes in the Library and UC. MIKE KASZUBA Sports Editor OAVID RUTMAN Entertainment E ditor will begin Feb. 19 and the sale will officiaiiy end March 9 THE BURRY Division of the Quaker Oats Company has been contracted to provide five different varieties of cookies: chocolate and vanilla cremes ; savannahs, which are peanut butter filled ; new lemon creme sandwich cookies; mint and the plain butter cookie and the scot tea Cookies sell for $1.00 a box. There has not been a price increase in Girl Scout cookies for the past three years which should delight the con sumer in this age of rising prices. MONEY raised goes into the maintenance and operation of Council camp facilities Troops receive a percentage of the money based on the number of boxes each has sold. So in a year in which we've seen gasoline prices soar, a meat shortage, a paper shortage and general economic decline let's not let the Girl Scout cookie crumble Tom Wuckovich USF Graduate This public document promulgated at an annual cost of $148,696.45 or 9c per copy, to disseminate news to the students, staff and faculty of the University of South Florida.

DOONESBURY -=-. //EV! li/ MAY& YOli COfJW G!V& IE 50/'16 PfJ/NTc/5/, by Garry Trudeau HOr /JllMN! ti/HAT A II Walk service stalled; phone funds lacking Lack of funds for a telephone is the only thing preventing the start of a USF escort service according to George Orras of the Rap Cadre Orras who is wor king on the committee for the escort service Walk ,' said the group needs $36 for installation of a phone in the Alpha lounge and e i ght dollars a month for service fees He said if the money comes in "Walk" will operate out of the Alpha Lounge from 8 p.m to 1 JSU members to hear Shiloh on Middle East The Jewish Studen t Union is sponsoring a forum on "Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Judaism But Were Afraid to Ask" at 8 p m. in UC 215 toni ght Dr Ailon Shiloh, professor of Anthropology, will speak about "The Explosive Middle East." He recently returned from the area and will talk on his observations The lecture is part of a 10-week series by University professors Coffee and donuts will be served after the talk a.m. using two or three volun teers When a call comes in it will be logged in a log book along with the name of the person sent out the time he left and the time he returns Orras said. All volunteers will be carefully screened prior to being accepted b y the serv ice and the y w ill all carry cards identifying them as "Walk volu n teers he sai d Orras, who is on the comm i ttee w ith eight other persons from SG, Women's Center, University Police Panhellenic Council and other volunteers said the service will operate on a pilot basis" for two quarters to see if students use Walk In a survey conducted Qtr 1, students i ndicated they wanted an escort service," he said Advising set Pre-advis i ng sessions for Mass Communications senior!! will be held Jan. 21-25, and for juniors Jan. 28-31. Seniors and juniors mu s t make appointments in the Mass Communications office to see specific advisers in their major area. Appointments should be made this week Jan. 16-18. Fraternity House Barbershop (Sebring Certified) (Unisex Sho p) SHAGS STYLING LA YER CUTS RAZOR CUTS PH 971-3633 Appointments Available Hours daily 9 6 thurs.&fri. 9-ZOO 13520 UNIVERSITY PLAZA & 4803 BUSCH PLAZA THE ORACLE -January 16, 1974 5 Pub Ii c re co rd s """"""""""""""'"''"""""'m""""""' Continued from page I HOWEVER, RICHARD said the law does not requ ire the cabinet to approve BOR policies and noted it has t wice rejected attempts to make evaluations secret. Unless he

6 -THE ORACLE January 16, 1974 Peter Max posters shown in UC Gallery Oracle photo by Chris Malone By DORIS OUTTEN Entertainment Writer Say "Pop Art" and the name that probably pops into everyone's head is Peter Max. An exhibition of Peter Max posters is now on display in the UC Gallery through Jan. 31. Peter Max is a dealer in fan tasy who has attached his art to as many products as Mickey Mouse. Posters, plates mugs, scarves, umbrellas, clocks, bowls, collages, and stationary are some of the many things on which Peter Max's art ends up. HE ALSO has gallery exhibits and has done illustrations such as a cover for the New York Times Magazine and the covers for the New York City telephone directory. ''Top Cat" Peter Max style Brilliant, joyous colors are part of his art nouveau-like style, featured in the UC Year 1950 comes to life when Big Slick greases up SEAC is presenting the 1950's style rock and roll band "Big Slick and the Greasers," in .concert tonight from 9 to 11 p:m. on Crescent Hill. "Big Slick and the Greasers" present the 1950's image again popular in recent years by nationally known rock gro1,1p Sha Na Na: heavily greased back D.A. haircuts with a lock of hair hanging limply in front, black leather jackets, tight Levis pants, a can of beer and even a big motorcycle or two. THE BAND plays as part of Homecoming Week festivities planned by SEAC. Admission is free. Other SEAC activities this week include a jazz performance tomorrow night by the St. Louis Jazz Quartet, at 8 and 10 p.m. in the TAT. Admission is $1. The Hanneford Circus which will make two appearances Friday on campus in the gym. The matinee will be at 4:30 p.m. and the evening show will be at 8 p.m. Each performance will be $2. A Homecoming Dance will fol!ow the basketball game Friday night at Curtis Hixon Hall. Music will be provided by the Devastations: Student symphony performs tonight BY ABRA BIGHAM Entertainment Writer Outstanding student instrumentalists and vocalists will be spotl.ighted tonight when they perform with the all-student University Symphony Orchestra under the dfrection of faculty member Edward Preodor. perience of performing with an orchestra such works as they might ordinarily expect to play only with much simpler ac companiment. Several move ments from each work will played. communicate with people through Oracle Classifieds Big Slick CAR SALES 11650 N. Nebraska (corner Fowler) 971-0990 GRAN TORINO 4 door sedari radio, heat, factory air, a u t o m a t i c t r a n -, smission, power steering, tinted glass, white tires $2,695 Bank Financing up to 36. m9nths pen Mon. Thru Fri. 9 to19. 971-0990 Sat. 9 s Pianists Ginger Caldwell and Dale Broadfield will play Mozart's "Concerto for. Two Pianos and Orchestra, K. 365." Violinist Eleanor Roth will perform "Symphonie Espagnole for Violin and Orchestra" by Lalo, and Karen Shane, horn, will play Mozart's "Concerto No. 4 for Horn and Orchestra." Soprano Maria Niles wm sing Verdi's "Caro Nome" from "Rigoletto," "Ave Maria" from "Othello" and Delibes' "Indii!l) Bell Song" from "Lakme." CHAINWHEEL DRIVE The University Symphony Orchestra will perform movements from Arensky's "Variations on a Theme by Tchaikowsky for String Orchestra" and Dvorak's "New World Symphony" No. 5. in the program to be held at 8: 30 p.rth in the University Theater. Admission is $1. Preodor stated the choice of l'ompositions for the performance was made to provide superior students with the ex-Quality products & repair service 3, 5&10 speed Bikes trade-ins, used hikes Racing & Touring equipment 11.148 N. 30th St. Across from Schlitz Open 9 to 6 Phone 971-2439 Fuji Gitane Bottecchia Sutter Gallery. His designs are inters paced with quotations from John Kennedy and Albert Ein stein along with the words peace and love. The exhibit, sponsored by SEAC, is a representative sample of his imaginative posters. The posters include "Psychedelic Cloud," "Chaplin," ''Paint Your Wagon, "Peace Sign," "Dove," "Top Cat, "Love," "Moon tripping APOLLO," Man Moon APOLLO, "Band W Stars and Runner," "Vamp," "Chelsea National Bank," "Flapper," "Paul B," "Police Car," "18year old Vote," "U.S.I.A.," "Instant Health and Nut," "Beauty and Freedom," "Peace Corps," and "M. Pollard." THE DISPLAY may be viewed at no charge from 8 a .m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. St. Louis Jazz DRUGS We will save you money on prescription&! THE DRUG SHOP "The small super discount drug store" 10905 Phone CERW/N VEGA Just about all rock music originates from a Cerwin Vega speaker (including sun, peveay, traynor, fender, infinity,, and acoustic), Maybe it should be "in your home also! ----available only at 4812 E. Busch Blvd. 988-7059


1King,' 1Gold Rush at Bay Campus I "King" and "The Goldrush," two of the seven films to be offered on the University of South Florida Bay Campus this quarter will be open to the public at no charge. The films scheduled for Friday and Feb. 22, are part of the regular film series showing at 8 p.m. in the Bay Campus auditorium in Building B. "King," a documentary on Martin Luther King, will be screened this Friday. It is being shown in conjunction with King's birthday, yesterday. It reviews his words and actions from the 1955 bus boycott in Montgomery, Ala. to his assassination in Memphis, Tenn Feb. 22 will feature Charlie Chaplin in "The Goldrush," one of his best films. Chaplin 3 Stooges at midnight Moe, Larry and Curly Joe, the Three Stooges, present their brand of slapstick humor in a full length feature "The Outlaws is Coming," as Head Theatre begins its second weekend of Midnight Movies Friday night. Also starring with the Stooges Friday night are pre-Batman Adam West and Nancy Kovack Saturday night, Head Theatre will feature a very funny Three Stooges short subject, "Microphonies," along with "Dating Do's and Don'ts," and the third and fourth chapters of "Phantom Empire." Admission is $1. 1Bessie Smith' actors wanted Continued auditions for the Department of Theatre's production of "The Death of Bessie Smith" by Edward Albee will be held today and tomorrow at 7:30 p.m in the TAR Green Room. The show will be directed by Rosemary Orlando as her honors project. The parts needed to be filled are for three black males, two white females and two white males. directed and starred in the silent film which was produced in 1925. Five other Friday-evening films will be presented Admission is free to students with IDs from USF, St. Petersburg Junior College and Eckerd College. On Jan. 25, "Slaughterhouse Five," based on the Kurt Von negut novel about Billy Pilgrim, a man who foretells the exact moment of his death, will be screened. "Sometimes a Great Notion," will be shown Feb. 8. On Feb. 15 "Lovers and Other Strangers," a about a couple who start a chain reaction when they decjde to get married after living together for a year, will be shown The quarter long series will end March 1 with "Rascal," a Walt Disney film based on Sterling North's book about a young boy and a baby raccoon. Further information about the Friday Evening Film Series is available from the Student Activities Office at 898-7411, ext. 253 in St. Petersburg. ******************* HELPLINE TRAINING ic t January 19 & 20 and January 26 & 27 iC for more information, call -tc t 974-2767 or 974-2555 t iC or come by AOC 211 i< MIDNIGHT MADNESS Fri. Jan. 18 Sat. J1an. 19 ENA $1.00 THE ORACLE -January 18, 1974 Life in Anarene, Tex. Peter Bogdanovich's first major film "The Last Picture Show" will be presented tonight and tomorrow at 7 and 9: 30 p.m. in LAN 103. The film shows life in a bleak one horse town in Texas in 1951. Life there is funny, sexy, moving and totally real. 7 Starring in Last Picture Show" are Cloris Leachman, Timothy Bottoms, Jeff Bridges, Ben Johnson and Cybill Shepherd. Admission is $1. St. Louis Jazz, Maler Charge FinQncing Hour>: M, W, f 10 amBpm Tu. Th., S, 9:30 om-6pm ''We S.H tit lest & fi th lest" 237 EAST DAVIS BlVD. Tampa, Florida 33606 Pltone 255-1361 tt.Nw_K.,.sMINle 15 SPEEDS l 0 SPEEDS 3 SPEEDS llGHlWEIGHTS FOLDAWAYS TANDEMS ADULT TRIKES GIRLS' IUZZ BIKES NOTE: All Mres sekl fully ueftlMecl and tested (rescent Maserati Mercier Sekine Bottecchia MotOltecane Gitane flanclria Coppi oncl LAMBERT Ill woiW's lint A-s,. tt Ne. The lineI in bicycles, occe .. arie and apparel. SALES PARTS REPAIRS RENTALS Jan. 18 $2.00


8-THE ORACLE Dr. Richard Bowers .. gets leave ., sptrts shorts \.. BASKETB A LL TICKET S for the USF-Florida State game Saturday will be on sale in the UC today through Friday from 11 a.m to 4 p.m Sponsored jointly by the Homecoming Committee and the UC, t ickets cost 75 cents for USF students $1.50 for all other students and $2.50 general ad mission LAST WEEK'S USF bowling honors went to Dave Long for his 221 high game and to Tom Heusinger's 534 high series game. Gerry Kant emerged as the women's leader with a 190 game high and a 479 series high USF'S RUGBY TEAM will be practicing every Tu esday and Thursday at. 7:30 p.m. on the intramural field for its Jan. 26 game against Naples Team member Tom O'Donnell said the team would welcome any interested in trying out. Young needs one player BY RINDY WEATHERLY Oracle Sorts Editor The field is narrowing as competition continues this week for the final spot on the Coach Jo Anne. Young" s women's in tercollegiate tennis team. '.'So far we've just been con centrating on cutting the field of 20 down to 12," she said. YOUNG SAID her squad would consist of six varsity members plus two alternates. Seven positions have already. been filled. Three returnees Gail O Connor, Terry Sherlock and Robin Edenbaum :.... will anchor the squad, which begins its se'ason .against Florida iit' Technol9gi cli l University Feb. 8. Ne\vcOin ,ers assured of positi oil s are Sue Sane, Rcisa Poza ; Candy Fishel and Becky Reese FIVE PLAYERS are still fighting it out for the one remaining spot on the roster. Y o ung plans to make the final s quad c ut soon so the team can b e gin pre paration for th e up comin g sea s on S o m e time over the n e xt t w o week s we'll begin challeng e m atc h e s," sh e s aid. Th e girls will c omp e te against each oth e r to es t a lbi s h the order of th e var s i ty p ositio n s January 18, 1974 sell it fast with Bowers leave set Oracle Classifieds HY :\IIKE K:\SZl"H:\ Orade Sports Editor Dr. Richard Bowers. USF athletic director. yesterday said he had been informed by Academic Affairs he would be able to take a faculty de\'elopment lea\'e either this summer or the next. "I had applied to take the lea\'e during the 'i-1 summer. but with one year building a golf course. one year hiring another basketball coach. I might not be a ble to take it at all. .. I won't comment one wa y or the other Bowers said THE l SF athletic director s aid thr lra\'e was availablr by ap plication to all faculty "who haw brrn ht're at lrast six or sr,rn yrars. Hmnrs said thr Iran' program would mainly inform him of what was going 0;1 in thr rrtTl'ational arras at othrr institutions and was not related to thr l\tonday resignation of Brahman basketball coach Don Williams. What we do. is visit other academic institutions across the nation and study their physical education facilities and ad ministrative policy procedures." the athletic director said "It's a university sponsored study. Bowers said But it's an expense to me ... I'll be on salary, but I'll have t o pay for my meals, travel. and room and board THE Sl'RJEC'T of possible successors to Williams head coaching spot. Bowers said, "We ve received many calls And I'm surr wr'll get many more ... Wt"ll send out applications to thosr we'll be considering." Bowrrs denied rumors that formrr University of Florida baskrtball coach Tom Bartlett or turnnt I<'lorida State University roach Hugh Durham were being rnnsidtrrd for thr job. 2 ENGINEERS AND KIT BUILDERS ... Make sure you're getting all the per formance you should; Bring your kit to this clinic. Please be prepared to wait for your unit to be tested. We can give you the best possible service if you are present when your unit is being tested .2 SETS OF TEST EQUIPMENT IN OPERATION AT ALL TIMES! ANY MAKE OR MODEL NO MATTER WHERE YOU BOUGHT IT Bring your amplifier or receiver to our Free Clinic. While you watch, "Mcintosh'' engineers will measure it. You will receive a free laboratory graph of the performance of your equipment. The analysis is done on $10,000 worth of Hewlett Packard laboratory equipment. While you're here, ask the "Mcintosh" engineers any technical questions their know-how may help solve your problem. The Amplifier Clinic will measure component Hi Fi or Stereo Amplifiers, Receivers and preamplifiers. All musical and non standard amplifiers cannot be measured. Sorry we are not equip .. ped to test tuners. Clinic at Kennedy Address Only


Players stand behind Williams Editor's Note: Despite what had appeared in local papers earlier in terms of player-coach friction with the USF basketball team, the news of Don Williams' resignation has brought out lmother side to the story-: summed up in the quotes from the players below. "I think Coach Williams Ii a great man and a great coach. And I hope we can win the rest of our games for him from here on out." --... Glenn Dupont .. "My dlff erences with him on the court are just player-coach dlff erences. What happened to Coach Wllliams as both a coach and primarily as a person were demeaning." --Warren Walk SG game off Mark Levine, SG vicepresident, said the Student Government-Administration basketball game scheduled to be played at half-time of the USF Florida A&M game tonight has been c ancelled. "First we had the game sch e dul e d at our own gym but w e didn t realize challenges to watch for those long passes." Williams said. National Student Exchange Wagram Application For FaH 1974 Exchange Is Marcbt, 1 974 Over 25 universities now in NS. E Program. in. aU. : sections of the country. Freshmen and sophomores with 2.5 average are eligible. See Chris Randall at Term Program, F AO 122, Ext. 2536 Can you believe all this in a private new apartment community for S 165 per month 1 Security Guard, Billiard-Fuss Ball Game Room, Professional Tennis Court, Party Lounge (music as you like it.) Planned Parties, Olym pic Swimming Pool with Terraced Sundeck, Roman Stone Tables, Benches and Umbrellas, Garden Gazebo for Outdoor Barbecue, Large but Secluded Laundromat, Thermostatically Controlled Central Heat and Air Conditioning (no window or waif units) Tampa's only Rolling Stone Entrance Way ... And the apartments themselves have spacious rooms with arate Dining Areas Tampa's Finest. CALL 971-6755 143rd Ave. Fletcher Ave. Univ of South Fla.


10-THE ORACLE January 16, 1974 Davis: Mackey not responding BY PATTY DRAPER Oracle Staff Writer A SG proposal submitted over two months ago, to open all campus committee meetings has received no response from USF Leisurely conference Jim Murray was among 63 participants who met here Saturday to discuss ways to anticipate new leisure patterns resulting from the energy crisis. educators, artists, 'and recreation workers were attending. Pres. Cecil Mackey SG Pres. Bill Davis said yesterday. "I assume he doesn t want to inform the University of his decision or his reason s for it, Davis s a id. "He's c erta inly h a d e nou g h time to respond M a ck e y is out of town a nd could not b e r e ached for comme nt. D avis said Ma c k e y as pre sid e nt of the univ ersity, must approve the operating pro cedures of all campus c ommittees. "That's why the d e cision to open committee s is in his hands," Davis said. Davis said that whil e the proposal would require all committees to ope n their meetings, it allows any session where personal matters are discussed to be closed. A closed session would require that the personal matter be stated and an agreement reached by two-thirds of th e members to c lose the meeting. Davis said the proposal is not based on the Sunshine law "All we're asking is a value judgment, Davis said. "Mackey should weigh the value of openness in the decisionmaking operation as opposed to secrecy. Davis said of the two dozen university committees, there is no set university policy on open 'meetings. He said some are open all the time, some when they choose some never. "That's why it's up to Pres. Mackey to set a policy,,' Davis said. Davi s said two committe e s n e v e r o p e n to th e publi c a r e the Sp a c e Committee a nd the Equ a l O pportunit y Committ ee "The really irritating thing in this case is that Mackey isn't responding to student stimulus." -Bill Davis Op e n committee meetings would b e b e n efic i a l t o the Ad mini s tration as w ell as s tud e nt s, Davi s said. "Sec r e t m ee tin gs Marshall on Access today USF's s econd homecoming will be dis c ussed on Access at 6 :30 tonight. Guests will be Phyllis Marshall Student Affairs Coordinator, and Tom E. Lewis student chairman of homecoming. Access is broadcast over WUSF-FM 89. 7 Tampa ACLU meets eyes USF chapter ST. LOUIS JAZZ QUARTET 8 and 10 p.m. A student chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union CACLUJ, formally linked to SG," aimed at working on legal questions that affect students as students" is being organized at USF SG Pres. Bill Davis said yesterday. Nothing is firm but there will be a student ACLU relationship at USF, Davis said. "By the end of next week we should begin recruiting student members." The organization would work on issues.of student interest at the University, he said. Davis said he and Bob Leeds, SG Senator and coordinator of the project, are looking for students to research legal questions at the University and to help the parent organization (Tampa ACLU chapter) in its research. Davis is on the Board of Directors for the Tamra ACLU chapter. Virginian ne.eds blood Gene Williams, a student at \'irginia Military Institute who lost a kidney as a result of an injury at the Lions American Bowl in Tampa. is in immediate m't'd of blood. :\11yo1w. with any type blood, can donate blood for him at the South\H'St Florida Blood Bank, !war Tampa General Hospital. l)trsons intt-rested should specify tltt' blood is. to .J.>e deposited in William s account Davis said meetings of the new student ACLU chapter have not been set, but a nyone interested may attend an open meeting of the Tampa ACLU ch nl" N<> Op1ion.,1 a lu When a body needs a (riend (al a price any b

( t: 1.4 4 S S I It ( HELP WANTED ) STUDENTS! Full or part lime openings are available to earn money selling ice cream in your area. The hours will be arranged to fit your class schedule. Circus Man Ice Cream 876-5263 4610 W. Ohio Ave. PART TIME telephone representative for tax-sheltered investment company. S2.50 hr. plus monthly bonus. Work in office 5.9 p.m. Mon.-Fri. male or.female. Call 872-9236 M,W. or F. between 1and5 p.m. WANTED Part time French teacher. Available m orhlngs. Needed immediately to teach 2 high school students, French 11 and 111. Tryon School. Call Rod Highsmith 988-7228. JR., SR., or Grad. student with B average is need"d to fill part-time afternoon position as legal assistant. If interested call 8424. wanted for permanent part !ime employment taking inventory in grocery and variety stores. Reply RGI S Inventory Specialists S44S Mariner St. Rm. 208 Phone 879-3876. EXPERIENCED ENCODER OPERATORS needed immediately for temporary assignment lasting 8-12 weeks. From 6-10 p.m. Ideal for students, prestige location. Top pay, no fee. Call Pal or Dee 253-0408, Manpower, Inc LUNCH servers, hostesses & bartenders. Excellent salary & benefits. Apply in person. 1430 E. nh Ave. Tampa. REPRESENTATIVES needed! Earn $200 plus each semester with only a few hours. work at the beginning of the semester. INTERNATIONAL MARKETING SERVICE, 519 Glenrock Ave., Suite 203, Los Angeles, California 90024. I FOR RENT ) TILDEN Apartments 988-5268. $170.00 month, $100 damage fee, W-W carpet, unfurn. cen HA, 2 bdrm. 5610 13oth Ave. between Fletcher & Fowler off 56!h. 2 BR duplex, central A-H, W-W carpeting, dishwasher, disposal. $160month and S lOO damage deposit. Laundry facilities on premises. Liberal landlord. Call Ron Hawthorn 933-1910 (six mo. lease) I LOST & FOUND ) FOUND: 1971 USF male class ring in College of Engineering. Identify to claim, Engineering Bldg. Room 105. l MAN'S WRISTWATCH, Seiko, yold with gold band was lost around Alpha parking lot Jah. 2, 1974. Please contact Mark Rich man Fontana Hall 311. The watch has sentimental value. A reward is offered. LOST: Black leather and brass bracelet, Turkish. Lost Wed. 1-9 around Admin, Soc., Lib., or Lan.-Lil. If REALLY holds a great deal of sentimental value. If found please call Debbie at 971-7519. REWARD Lost gold watch, black face, diamond. Al 12:00 please call Diane al room 345. ( MISC. FOR SALE l SKIERS! For Sale Western Wood TTS Competition slalom ski. Mike Surderhoud designed with competition "Grabber" binders, front & rear. Also, available "Flea11 Jackson iumpers with custom bindings. 879 evenings & weekends. I SERVICES OFFERED I ... FAST. accurate typing service. 48 hr. service in most instances. 2 min. from USF. Between 8:30 and 5:00 call 879-7222 ext. 238. Aller 6:00 call Ask for Liz. CANOE RENTALS DAY OR WEEK EXTRAORDINARY TYPIST 935-0018 6 plus years of Quality University work (reference furnished for USF & IBM Specialized Typist-Secretarial etc.I IBM Selectric, type changes, carbon rib .. 90 wpm rush jobs Gloria 884-1969 PRE MEDICAL PRE DENTAL S TUDENTS Have you been accepted to medical or dental school yet? If so you are eleigible to apply for a Navy medical scholarship which includes lull tuition, 5200 per year for books, and $400 per month spending money. Call 985-1010 for complete info. U.S Navy, 56!h SI. Temple Terrace. SPECIALIST IN TYPING IBM Selectric that CORRECTS ERRORS, Pica or Elite. Carbon ribbon. Close to USF. All types of work. 988-0836 Lucy Wilson. LEARN Self Hypnosis -The most advanced program available to teach you to ac tuali1e your potential. Call 877-6590 for further info. TESTS Got You Down? We can help you get over !he test jitters. "Progress Through Hypnosis." Call 877-6590 for further info. FREE weight loss program for USF students. Meetings will be on Thursdays at noon. Beginning Jan. 17. To sign up a!!end introductory meeting in AOC 218 on Jan. 17 at noon. LOSE WEIGHT, IMPROVE GRADES, QUIT SMOKING through increasing self awareness and self improvement skills. Contact peer management al 2767. r PERSONAL ) QTR. 2 o 'ppor!unities at the Univ. Chapel Fellowship: Personal Growth Groups 1) TA formal Mon. 7:30 p.m. 2) Thurs. 7:30 p.m. 3) Sexuality Seminar afternoon TBA. Call Bill 988-1185. Christian Meditation Thurs. 7:30 a.m. Wesleyan format. Worship Sun. 10:30 a.m. Godspell music Tues. 7:30 p.m. Discussion of theological and faith questions Sun. 5:00 p.m. In terracial church Wed. 6 :45 p.m. Friends and fun any lime. All meet at UCF. A UNIQUE opportunity for personal growth and a lot of fun! A sailing cruise through !he Bahamas during Spring break. what a break!! Interested? Call Bob Haywood at 988-1185 for further information. ABORTION is safe Abortior. is legal. In Clearwater call toll free for information. Dial 1-800-432-3753. GET INTO a Grand Break! Climb some rock, rappel, camp o ut in th e rustic setting ol Tallulah Falls (remember Deliverance> Join a team of your peers with Bill and Gary as your c limbing lead e rs. March 16-24 is the dale. Cost S40. Call Bill 988-1185. ( REAL ESTATE ) REAL ESTATE Fish Farms, Fish Camp, Commercial, Residential, Riverfront, Acreage, Apt. Complexes, Motels, a few of !he categories we handle. Call us. Lei us help. ELSIE PICKARD, INC., Phones 677-1677 & 6771248. OVERSIZE 1;, ACRE NearU.S. F Yr. Old 3 BR, 2 BA, Huge L R .. Pan. Fam. Rm. Ser. Porch, Cen H & AC, Cptd. Drapes, Dwash. Ref. Wash-Dry. Free water, County Taxes. 71/2 per cent Mtge. S35,900. Owner 988-3896 or evenings 988-0063. Strange, but true: many a dock worker doesn't know how to swim. One step in the wrong direction-and a man could be in deep trouble. Which is why, in Los Angeles, the American Red CrossAmerica's Good Neighbor:--gives a water survival safety course to non-swimming waterfront workers. If you live far from the waterfront, this may not seem important to you. But it represents just what Red Cross is all about. Because The American Red Cross is a home town affair. That's why you find us doing different things in different home tow.ns. We're what you need us to be. Whoever you are. Wherever you are. And isn't that what a Good Neighbor is all about? .. Be a good neighbor. Help The Good Neighbor. the good neighbor. AltS) j .... APTS. & HOUSES I TO SHARE MATURE female student to share nice apartment with saml'. Contact Cheryl at 971-6250 between 12 and 5 p.m. or 977-1009 after 5. Apt. is only 5 min. away from campus. Rent reasonable. MALE ROOMMATE own a room in a two bedroom place. Central air and heat. four miles to campus, pool. laundry, S80 per month, available Feb. ls!. For info. call 971-1344. ATTENTION Reasonable rent, quiet home. Will share fully furnished home with responsible grad student. instructor or medical student. Owner absent four to six months yearly. References and security deposit required. Box 9718, Tampa 33604. NEED a roommate? S.G. is trying to help people find people. II you have a place to share with someone or need someone to share a place with you, stop by our Community Services window (outside UC 1561 and let us know. FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED, 2 bed .. 7 balh apt. 3 biks. from campus. S65 p-mo. plus utilities, pool and laundry facilities across from USF golf course. Call 971-0320. ( MUSICAL J ACOUSTIC Research tuner, AR3A spkrs, and record player with Shure M91ED, FM antenna-list S 1085, asking S700, perfecl condition, warranteed. Call for Early at 920-2606. LES PAUL, Gibson. Good Condition. THE ORACLE -January 16, 1974 TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES I sell it fast IAMAICA 9 day projects March break-4 credits. $320 and 13 days in June-5 credits, S385. USF faculty led. See K. Lupton, OCT Prog., FAO 122, EK!. 2536. Apply now limited. with Oracle Classifieds WITH MINIMUM s5 OR.DER. OR. MORE 1 SPE CIALIZING IN CHOICE & PRIME BEEF CUSTOM CUTI ING (&G. .29 VAUIE} FREEi SANDWICH OFFER GOOD THRU JAN. i9, 1974 TOGO flETCHER AVE. UniYersity J ASSORTED of South Florida CHEESES FOWLER AVE. ES ,;i ,;i ,;i PARTY TRAYS 11 Sacrifice 'iale S27S or best offer. Call Harv at 988-0774. SIDES OR QUARTERS SMOKED MEATS ( AUTOMOTIVE ) MEAT SAVE ON GAS '69 VW automatic. Low mileage, radio, good condition. Must sell 974-6375. ,. ,Ji' AND DELICATESSEN '67 PLYMOUTH Valiant gas saver. A-C, Radio, heater, tape deck, $750.00 Bill Andrews Ext. 2719 USF, Home 738-3917. '5l06Yi E. FOWLER AVE. _. PH. 985 (IN HERALD SQUARE) '.' PH. 985-2376 COLUMBIA PICTURES Presents A BBS PRODUCTION THE LAST HOURS: MON. SAT. 10 A.M. to 6 P.M .. CLOSED SUN. 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12-THE ORACLE January 16, 1974 Assortment of drugs inspected by Cadre BY TONY BRIGGS Oracle Staff Writer Forty-nine samples of unknown drugs were received last year by the Drug Analysis Program, according to George Orras, Director of the Rap Cadre which sponsors the program. Orras said 16 of the samples analyzed were round to be harmless or unknown substances and 33 were some type of nar. cotic Many of the drugs received were not what they were sup. posed to he said The program receives LSD P9P, antl even aspirin and wiile, Orras said He said students using the analysis program should follow this procedure: Put the sample in an envelope and write the "street name and the contents on it. Drop the sample into the m a ilbox slot in the door of AOC 211. The sample is transported by University Police CUP J to the Clearwater Free Clinic, where it will be analyzed Results of the analysis is received in about a week and will be available through the Free Speech Board in the UC and the door of AOC 211. Orras said he has been promised by Hillsborough County Solicitor E. J. Salcines there will be no surveillance of the AOC building while students de posit drugs. The following employers will be interviewing on-campus on the dates as indicated. Contact Student Career and Employment Center to schedule appointments and for com11lete information. Monday Federal Communications Comm. BS. E E Mar., Jun., & Alumni. W T. Grant Company BA, MA Business. Jun. May, Zima, Philman, Lester, CPA -BA Acct. June & Aug. Union Camp CorporationBS, M S SMF., Ener. Conv., Mech. Desgn ., ChE., & M E Mar., Jun. Aug .. & Alumni U S. Air Force Info not yet avallablc. Tuesday Electronic Data Systems -BA, MA. All Majors. Mar. Federal Communications Comm. -Info sam e as for Jan. 21. Kurt Salmon Asso,,,.iated Info not yet available. 4,000 need DUS advising All students classified with a college c ode of "10", which identifies .the students' "home" in the Division of University Studies rather than a college, should call for an ap pointment early in the quarter to discuss their longer-range plans. Through February 1st, ap pointments may be made for advising on an individual basis. Between February 4th and 15th, some of the advising will be done in groups. DUS is the academic "home" of about 4,000 students. To for malize their choice of major, students must come to the DUS office, pick up their file, and take it to the Coordinator of Advising in the appropriate college, who will then notify the Office of Records of the change DUS is located in the Faculty Office Building-FAQ 126 and appointments may be made by telephone (974-2645). 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