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friday's ORACLE Jan. 18, 1974 Vol. 8, No. 96 16 pages Interaction draws few on campus BY PATTY DRAPER Oracle Staff Writer .In a well-publicized Homecoming week discussion entitled "An Evening of Community Interaction at USF ,"community turn out was low and interaction even less. Panel members Dr. Joe Howell, vice president for Student Affairs: SG Pres. Bill Davis; Jack Moore, President of the American Association of University Professors, and Dr. Ray Patouillet, chairman and professor of Education spoke to a group of 30. Continued on page 12 Oracle photo by Doc P arker Only 30 people showed for Community Interaction last night Alley oop! When the circus came to town yesterday 9 the USF ad-ministration was there, represented in this picture by Dr. Joe Howell, vice president for Student Affairs. Howell rode the elephant in place of University Pres. Cecil Mackey who was out of town. FSU coach 1interested' in cage post Florid a S tate head basketba ll coach Hugh Durham indicated in a telephone conv ersa tion last night he would entertain an offer for the Brahman head coaching job should it com e his way. Oracle pno10 Dy l

2-THE ORACLE January 18, 1974 Israel, Egypt announce pact Israel and Egypt, in a triumph for the personal diplomacy of Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger, announced an agreement yesterday on the separation of their forces along the Suez Canal. President Nixon called it "first significant step toward a permanent peace in the Mideast." It was an nounced simultaneously in Jerusalem, Washington and Cairo. In Moscow, Tass carried a brief report without comment an hour later. It was reported to call for a thinning out of the Egyptian forces which crossed the waterway in force in the October war and for a corridor patrolled by the U N emergency force between the two armies. Thus, both sides made significant concessions The Israeli pullback from the west side of the. canal would free the trapped Egyptian 2nd Army. Elevator hijack SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -An elevator in a Chinese housing project was hijacked Wednesday night. With two passengers aboard. the elevator stopped abruptly between the second and third floors. A trap door in the roof opened. and a hand holding a blue steel revolver emerged. Following instructions. the passengers gave up contents of their wallets totaling $27 Then the trap door slammed shut. and the elevator began to rise out of control of the passengers. After ttl5Cending several floors. it return the second and opened its door, permitting the passengers to get off. Watergate WASHINGTON The White House yesterday promised full cooperation with an FBI investi gation or erasures on a key Watergate _tape, but asked a federal court to dismiss the Senate Watergate committee's bid to obtain five tapes for its own inquiry. Acting a t the requ Sen. Walter F. Mondale. D-Minn., yesterday joined Sen. Charles R Percy, R-III. as an unannounced candidate for the 1976 presidential nomination Mondale announced he had authorized a group of Minnesota sup porters to begin exploring whether he should seek the Democratic nomination In St. Paul, a committee spokesman said it would raise probably less than $100,000 this year to explore Mondale's appeal. House for sale (UPI> -Former Vice President Spiro T Agnew is trying to sell his suburban Washington home for at least $100,000 more than it cost him a year ago. The d i fference is about equal to the government s cost of making security renovations of the house and grounds ARTll WASHINGTON (UPI) A farm worker who lives with 10 members of his family in a delapidated two-bedroom house in a Florida labor camp filed suit yesterday to force the administration to release $8.3 million in impounded farm labor housing grants. Edited by Annt laughUn Frye said the agency also is concerned that the future of the Suwannee River as a fishery resource would be seriously affected by the proposed mining operation. 11150 N. 3DTH ST TAMPA FLA ------------------WITH THIS COUPON The worker, Petronilo Caudillo of Boynton Beach, was joined in the suit by another laborer, Alma Morton of Delray Beach and by four rural housing groups in Florida ; Utah, California and Michigan. The case' filed in Federal District Court here, charged the White House Office of will result in premium cuts of from 10 to 35 per cent for some motorists It also gives dividends. Allstate, which writes liability coverage for 500,000 Floridians, filed notice of intent last November to share any excessive profits with motorists as a result of the energy crisis Eliminate depletif?n TALLAHASSEE (UPI) State Sen David H McClain called on President Nixon and the The oracle is the off i cial student-edited newspap.,; of the Univers i ty of 5;; uth FIQrida and is published four times weekly, Tuesday through Friday, during the academic year period September tllrough mid-June ; twice during the academic year period mid-June through August, by the University of South Flor i da, 4202 Fowler Ave., Tampa, Fla. 33620 Opinions expressed in The Oracle are those of the editors or of .the writer ilnd not those of the University o f South Florida ,Address correspondence t4 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 Univers i ty of South Florida are available to all on a non-discriminatory basis, without regard to race, color, religion sex, age or national origi n The University is an affirmative action Equal Opportunity Employer. Rationing threat WINTER HAVEN (UPI) Sen. Lawton Chiles told tourist industry leaders yesterday he feels the Nixon administration "is using the threat of gas rationing as a club over our heads." He urged energy czar William Simon to assure the people there will be no such rationing this year. OFFER EXPIRES JAN 30 The oriental sensationnow gives America the action its been waiting for! FISTS 0 F FU RY Jan. 18, 19, 20 LAN 103 7:30 10:00 p.m. w/lD


THE ORACLE -January 18, 1974 s SG to file complaint on Lucoff BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Managing Editor SG officials today plan to file a complaint with Hillsborough State Atty. E .J. Sale in es charging WUSF-FM Station Manager Manny Lucoff with illegal actions because he refused to make copies of documents, SG Pres. Bill Davis said yesterday Lucoff said yesterday although he did not make copies of lette'Ts protesting Underground Rail Road cut.s for Davis and SG Atty. Oracle photo by Chris Malone A pooi's memoirs Held in a timeless act of sharing, Chris Kettlewell (lDUS) offers lunch to her sister Shelly (2NlJR). Florida's unusually warm winter is perfect for outdoor lunches in the Administration Building plaza. Gen. Ed Schlesinger, he allowed them to photograph documents He said he had no statement on the legality of his refusal. But he said he feels Davis is trying to "publicize his campaign' against us" by continuing the issue of the Rail Road cutback. "I see Mr. Davis' attempt to interfere in our operation as an infringement of our First Amendment rights," Lucoff said. "He is misusing student funds to publicize his campaign against us. I don't know if his position is representative of students or the community as a whole." University General Counsel Larry Robinson said he is con tinuing to develop a USF policy for copying documents. But he said his office is too busy to arrive at an immediate answer. "We're digging and hopefully someday someone will dig us out," Robinson said. "The Oracle could provide a real service if it would fund another lawyer for this office." "Every person having custody of public records shall permit them to be inspected and examined at reasonable times and under )'lis supervision by any person," State Statute 119.07 states. University officials Wednesday refused to allow an Oracle reporter to make xerox copies of personnel files. Florida Assistant Atty. Gen. Jan Dunn said this not in compliance with the law. Salcines' office is also reviewing a complaint Davis submitted concerning a letter being withheld by USF Vice President for Student Affairs Joe Howell. Assistant State Atty. Wayne Timmerman said yesterday he is now reviewing legal material and plans to consult Florida Deputy Atty. Gen. Barry Richard before making a decision. Registration ends tonight; enrollment drop seen Class rolls have been distributed, four student locators are out, and a preliminary enrollment count has been made; however, official registration figures will not be released until next week, according to Dennis Goodwin director of Records and Reg i stration Special student registration does not end until midnight tonight when all forms must be postmarked, so the Registrar's office will not have figures until next week when the forms have been processed by the Cashier's Office and the Computer Center, according to Goodwin "WE'RE dealing with a unique system here," Goodwin said "USF isn't like Florida or Florida State where we rush preliminary enrollment figures out. We keep our registration open late so we can serve the needs of the community. We want to give everyone a chance to register." "Everyone," according to t;oodwin. includes specialstudent and continuing education Pnrollnwnts. USF ha s the largest sptrial studrnt enrollment of the thnt major State universities and "is a leader in continuing educ a ti on enrollment," according to Goodwin "Many cf these special students are post-baccalaureate seeking education certification," he said However, the majority are dually enrolled in high school and USF attend classes through the USF Hillsborough Community College cross-registration program, or are USF staff members. GOODWIN said USF is not required to release enrollment figures un ti! the fourth week of classes, according to Board of Regents policy Goodwin said his office no longer releases registration figures. Official enrollment counts, used in budgeting procedures, are released through Glen Clayton, director of University Planning. Al though there is no official enrollment figure yet, an ad ministration source yesterday said registration looks down, compared to last quarter. The source said although USF quoted an enrollment of over 19,BOO students la s t quarter, the actual count, following disqualifications ancl drops was closer to 19,500. Registration this quarter will be just under or barely over the 19,000 figure, the source said. sell it fast with Oracle Classifieds "What we are dealing with is an inter-departmental communication," Timmerman said. "The question is what category does that fall into?" Timmerman noted "administrative policy" often determines how agencies handle copying and availibility of public records. I VETERANS I I and wives or dates are I I invited to meet en masse I I I I by the Veteran's Awareness I I Council sign at the Homecoming I I I I Basketball Game, Saturday, Jan. 19, 7:30 p.m. I I I I Curtis Hixon Hall. I I I I After the game meet in the concourse for I I I I FREE BEER and CHIPS I I I I sponsored by Veteran's Awareness Council I I I I I ----------------------BIRDSONG VOLKSW AGON TAMPA'S FULL SERVICE VW DEALERSHIP". 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4-THE ORACLE January 18, 1974 f ditorials AND letters Robinson wrong in file attitude The Wednesday decision by University General Counsel Larry Robinson to open personnel files to public inspection is a step in the right direction However, the files did not include any evaluations and had been previousl y reviewed by Robinson This appears to be little more than a half-hearted at tempt to comply with Florida Statute 119, regarding public records ; it is reflective of the recent half-hearted opinions Robinson has given con cerning personnel records and the letter by Vice-President for Student Affairs Joe Howell dealing with the SG Constitution. STATUTE 119.01 reads as follows, "All state, county and municipal records shall at all times be open for a personal inspection of any citizen of Florida, and those in charge of such records shall not refuse this privilege to any citizen Obviously Robinson is not basing his opinion on this statute. Robinson has said his decision is based on Board of Regents

THE ORACLE -January 18, 1974 5 Sommer charges Oracle anti-basketball plot Editor : Re: The editorial published in the Oracle Wednesday. Jan. 16. I am greatly amazed the Oracle allowed such a vast majority of space to be devoted to what I would call an "antibasketball" campaign, compared to the small, wavering, and incomplete article on the eighth page under Sports Shorts gan TUl'S. Jan. 15. The Oracle was n'questl'd to run a small one inch article to inform you. the stude .nL of this new senice. But thl'y ehose to cll'iay the article until they had dl'\ 'iSl'd a suitable countprattack This is the first tinw tickets have been sold on campus. Those baskPtball fans who have stood in lim' waiting to buy tickets. sonwtiml'S missing the first of the gaml'. must surely appreciate this l'ffort by the Reader seeks truth through professors Editor: The strength of formal education is the concentrated quest for truth, virtue and beauty which if not exercised by students, faculty, and ad ministration manifests into a life of superficial purpose We are all born into this world, I hold dear. to find love and fulfillment. In our search for satisfaction, we often believe the major lies we create, which af ford extraordinarily easy ways of obtaining joy We latch on to anything that offers something it never can. THE SLEEK lines of an automobile will not attract the profound love of a mate, nor will they mark a man for success. It may, however evoke jealousy in the dazed eyes of his peers, un fortunately. You probably have viewed the television commercial which transmitted the sweet thrills of a young woman who discovered a toothpaste which made her "appealing," overcoming the cruel fact her mother withheld word of its existence because she was fearful it would make her daughter "too appealing," and lose her virginity, I woefully suspect. In another stab at happiness, we must understand, if we want to be confident he will kiss us again, a breath mint will compensate for our lack of communication amore. Does Coca Cola really signify songs of bliss on mountain tops? Where can we find truth') It is evident that government and industry can rarely distinguish it If we were fortunate our parents may have instilled some "sub stance in us, but it's easier to wear platform shoes because they make us stand so tall with out any actual accomplishments of pride. IDEALLY, universities are rooted in truth. It seems, they tend to pour vast funding into their schools of science, still foolishly believing that technology will solve all the ills, while at USF, our Debating Team was forced to fold due to a lack of money What practical use does a debating team provide? The search for truth, you say? Yes. Has our administration forgotten what their purpose is, as well? Thank goodness for our professors, though. They ear nestly dedicate their lives to virtue And their thrill is to see but one student begin to un derstand and question. They are one of our major hopes for the future, but more importantly, the present. Richard B. Langer 2COM Homecoming Committee and the ll('. $73,806. some people support basketball, some people support the Oracle. so What's the big beef? Concerning the money received by the team how much do you think Student Publications recei\'es in Student Activity Fees Ellie Sommer 2BIO ti,lli\1 World's Leading Authority In Hypo-Allergenic Cosmetics offers THE COUNTER BALANCE TREATMENT COLLECTION Specially formulated for oily skin. sold only at the Village Prescription Center 10938 N. 56th St. 988-3896 ;; i CHAR-PAL I LOUNGE I I SHA-ZAMM LIVE FROM! I DETROIT I Bobby Dee Recording Artist I Thur, Fri, Sat, ;ind Sun. I 9:00 PM to 2:00 am Unescorted girls, free drink I with this ad. I I No Cover No Minimum I 6pack of Busch Beer $1.20 plus tax. = 6pack of Falstaff beer $1.20 plus tax. I wine $2.99 plus tax. Strawberry Hill wine $1.20 plus tax. Wild Mountain Wine $1.20 plus tax. Pancho Villa Tequila $3.99 plus tax. I Paradise Gin, Rum, & Vodka $3.49 plus tax 5 per 5th. I 3711 Busch Blvd. I I Corner of 40th St. & Busch Blvd. I l .................... .i


6-THE ORACLE January 18, 1974 Chaplin film 1King 1n New York' shows absurdity of McCarthyism HY IH\'ID Hl"T:\L\:\ Entertainment Editor When the e\'ils of Nazi fascism began to threaten the world in the 1940's, film maker and classic comedian Charles Chaplin sensed the danger and showed it in a spoof of Hitler called "The Great Dictator." When America went paranoid searching for communists under the carpets during the McCarthy hearings in the 1950's Chaplin again sensed the danger of a country mistrusting its citizens and the stupidity of the hearings and dedded to make the fihn, "A King in New York." THIS COMEDY,_ showing this weekend in the ENA, was so effective in showing the ab surdity of McCarthy's witch hunt; it was banned in the United States from its release date in 1957 until its release in 1973. In "A King in New York," as with his other films, Chaplin not only stars but directs and writes the musical score, so the film is pure Chaplin comedy all the way. Chaplin plays King Shadov of Ostrovia, a country torn by revolution over atomic power usage. He arrives in New York to tell the Atomic Energy Com mission of his plans for peaceful atomic use. HOWEVER, HIS evil prime minister has run off with Ostrovia's funds and the King and his ambassador :W.ill go on display in March at;_the recently opened New Yot-k ; Gallery of James Camp, director of the Florida Center for the Arts. Cox, associate professor of art, has exhibited widely in the South, winning major awards at the Southeastern Invitational Sculpture Exhibition in Atlanta, the Florida Sta .le Fair Exhibition, Florida Sculptors Show and Florida Printmakers Show His works are in many private collections and in several in stitutions, including the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in Washington, D .C. Shadov also disco\'ers America while here The scenes of Shado\' and his ambassador being introduced to such Americana as wide screen films and rock and roll music are hysterical spoofs of the American way of life as only Chaplin or the l\larx Brothers could do. En.'ntually. Shado\ gets in\"Ol\'l'd with a small boy t l\lichal'I Chaplin. Cha rips son l whos!' folks arp brandPd as communists by inv!'stigators As tlw boy's friend. Shadov is also namPd communist and tlw absurdity of a Hoyal com munist" shows !hp IPvel of this of !waring. :\FTEH SE\"EH.\L wildly funny incidl'nts. Shadov is cleared and in a touching monwnt with th!' bov !Plls of his hopes that the hyste1"ia will pass. notice: J PUBLIC BID SALE OF The hysteria did pass, but it took nearly two decades for the suppression of Chaplin's hope to pass Although slightly flaw e d in the editing "A King in New York" is a visual and verbal gem and a wild look at America in the 50's STEREO EQUIPMENT SATURDAY, JAN. 19 6 PM MIDNIGHT Choose from thousands of dollars worth of merchandise. Complete systems. Components. Pioneer, Advent (demos), Bose (demos), Sony, KLH, Sherwood, Garrard, Marantz. Plus loads of used equipment. Overstocked units, discontinued lines, demos. SELECT THE EQUIPMENT YOU WANT & MAKE A BID. ALL REASONABLE OFFERS WILL BE ACCEPTED. Both stores will be closed from 4 PM until 6 PM to prepare for this sale. viviano stereo ShODS 1536 South Dale Mabry 30th Street just south of Fowler


THE ORACLE January.IS, 1974 Kung Fu, Mlck Jagger flicks slated for weekend BY DAVID RUTMAN Entertainment Editor Only three feature films are scheduled this weekend on campus, but each of the films is totally unique. The "Charles Chaplin Retrospective" series continues this week with the once-banned comedy film ''A King in New York. MADE IN 1957, the film only received release in the United States within the last four weeks. It was banned for attacking the McCarthy ::inti-communism hearings and Chaplin, a capitalist was branded com munist and his films were boycotted. After viewing "A King in New York it is easy to see Chaplin showed the McCarthy hearings for the stupidity they were "A King in New York," will be shown by the Florida Center for the Arts tonight, tomorrow and Sunday in the ENA Admission is $1. THE UN-CUT, uncensored version of the first of the big karate Kung Fu films, "Fists of will be presented by SEAC Starring Bruce Lee, the film is about young Chinese factory workers battling evil en trepreneurs bent on destroying them. "Fists of Fury" will be shown tonight tomorrow and Sunday at 7 :30 and 10 p.m in LAN 103. Admission is 75 cents. MIDNIGHT Madness will present the nostalgia rock and roll film "Rock and Soul '64" tonight and tomorrow at mid night. Starring in this film, the first of the rock concert movies are Chuck Berry Jan and Dean James Brown, the Rolling Stones Lesley Gore, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles Freddy and the Dreamers and many pop favorites from 1964. "ROCK AND Soul '64,' will be s hown in the ENA b y the Florida Center for the Arts. Admission is $1. The midnight Madness Film Club will be presenting two evenings of comedy tonight and Students' graphics in Theatre display A showcase of works by five outstanding students, the USF Undergraduate Graphics Exhibit is currently on display in the Theater Gallery The selection on view, chosen by a faculty jury includes lithographs, woodcuts. intaglio prints, serigraphs and several mixed-technique pieces. Elizabeth Grimes' four "Un titled" pieces are examples of serigraphing, a silk-screening process. A WOODCUT print and four intaglio works entitled "Curved Rainbow," ''Fascination,'' "Cage No. 2," and "Cage (Blue and Red No. 2), were con tributed by Ralph Durham.

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DOONESBURY by Garry Trudeau Self defense class will start Tuesday BY PATTY DRAPER Oracle Staff Writer SG will con tinue to sponsor a free self-defense course for women this quarter, following an unsuccessful attempt to have the course adopted by the Physical Education Department. "We don't have the instructors right now to offer such a com plete package. "Hughes said an unlimit ed number of women may sign up for the course by coming to UC 156 through next week. BEGINNING Jan 21 classes will be held Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. in GYM 107. Hughes said the course will last six weeks. THE ORACLE -January 18, 1974 9 USF carpools eyed BY JILL AARONSON Oracle Staff Writer Computerized carpooling may soon be available to the USF community, SG Pres. Bill Davis said yesterday. According to the booklet "Campus Guide, Facts and Figures," 86 per cent of the student population lives offcampus. Assistant to the Vice President for Student Affairs Margaret Fisher and Davis will be at tending a meeting sponsored by Tampa Bay Area Rapid Transit Authority

10 -THE ORACLE January 18, 1974 Netters ready Men's tennis BY PAM JONES Oracle Sports Writer Pre-season practice for the USF' men's tennis team gets underway Monday, with four players of the top six from last year's squad returning. According to Coach Spaff Taylor. the team is "pretty well set, so no tryouts will be held The returnees include Kevin Hedberg, Mike Huss, Gary Roebuck, and George Falinski. TAYLOR HAS designated Oracl9 ohoto by Robin Clark Forehand Fling Doug Childs, Soc, competes in yesterday's frisbee as part of Hom.ecoming Week activities. Buses provided Students wishing to attend the USF-Florida State Homecoming game, but have no transportation are in luck. Student Affairs has announced it will provide three buses to take students to Curtis Hixon Hall at no charge. The buses, which will be located in the Alpha dormitory parking lot, will leave at 6: 30 for the 7:30 game. Seats will be available on a first come first serve basis. Tickets for the game, will be on sale in the UC from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at 75 cents for USF students, $1.50 for all other students, and $2.50 general admission. Sales are being sponsored jointly by the Homecoming Committee and the UC. SKI WEEK IN ASPEN Lodging, lifts, round trip ,air fare from $385 $436 Contact Bruce Evans before Jan. 25 sn-5326 TROPICAL AND SALT i WATER FISH b s ALSO SMALL PETS I with Carlos Alvarado and Oscar AT FLETCHER __ munber one spot on A large portion of the team's schedule is made up of northern teams who, Taylor says, "come down to Florida lo take advantage of the warm weather." The toughest team USF will face will probably be Florida State. Earlier this year, lJSF won the Second Annual USF' Fall Classic, but there are no other tour naments scheduled for this year. TAYLOH EXPRESSED a desire to see mixed tennis move into the college ranks. The only drawback to this is the virtual lack of competition. The only schools we could schedule now would be Florida State and Miami," Taylor said. The team will open their season with a home match against Ball State University Feb 23. Hours changed Saturday recreational swimmmg, originally scheduled from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the in door pool, will be shortened because of a scrimmage swimming meet from 1 to 6 p.m. p m. However, Recreational Sports coordinator Andy Honker said the outdoor pool will be opened "if the weather is nice" from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. PRESENTS ;-'<; /) \ \ )-r New Year, New You. Half price for two at Elaine Power Rcs\ 1Jvcd for '74: Tn trim th e cos t of trirnming (yoursdf and a friend). Hring your m othLr, daughf!.::r. neighbor, etc. At Elaine Powi.:rs. you get personal atten tion C\'l.!r)' inch of the way. "1'cam Time" :.rnd mockrn marhincs make. it fun. Unite! 2 join for the .::;}t price of I. 59 eer person per month. Complete 4-month program for two. Regular price: S9 per person per moatlL Unlimited visits. \\"hen a body needs a friend (at a price any body can afford). :""ml<" ( 1'<> ><< C al'<> >> lahlcElaine Powers Figure Salons 8921 N. FLORIDA AVE 935-3156 (NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER) 415 S. DALE MABRY 879-5590 REEVER TEETH (B.J. uWN GROUP) Free Beer Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday 3300 S. Dale Mabry Tampa Florida :,;. Open Nightly at9PM Between Nothingness & Eternity MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA LIVE including: Dream/Sister Andrea $3.29 DAVE MASON IT'S LIKE YOU NEVER LEFT with this ad only expires 1-22-74 .. The Sunlit Path/La Mere De La Mer Tomorrow's Story Not The Same 10944 56th St .. Temple Terrace list price $5.98 ON l'HE ROAD cm FREEDOM I Alvin ooe beF6vl'6 On The Road To Freedom So Sad (No Love Of His Own) Rockin Tiii The Sun Goes Down Fallen Angel/We Will Shine BUDGET TAPES & RECORDS DYLAN including: AFoolSuchAsl Mr. Bo jangles/The Ballad Of Ira Hayes Big Yellow Taxi/Lily Of The West


THE ORACLE -January 18, 1974 11 Homecoming F s u VS u s F By MIKE KASZUBA Oracle Sports Editor Florida State's Head Coach; Hugh Durham, fielding another one of his "you name it, we've got it" teams not to mention an 11-4 record, wasn't aware tomorrow's USF game was the Brahman homecoming till. yesterday. -FSU certainly didn't attain an 11-4 record getting cold feet on the road. Tomorrow 7:30 I{\' PAM ;JONES Ol"adt' S1)orl'i Writt'r Homecoming for the USF basketball team means just a little more this year. Tomorrow night's game against the Florida State Semindles could be the most important game the team plays this season. want a win that .. they wilLtense up. I want them to be loose for the game." day of resUoday. since they:' have been moved out of the gym by Homecoming week adifjties, and because williams ::wants them rested and fresh for the game. The Seminoles will start 6'9'' Greg Grady and 6'11" Lawrence McCray, who combine for a 20.0 rebounding average per game, will give Florida State a distinct height advantage over 6'8" Brah man Warren Walk. Curtis Hixon "I just found out it was their IN(i TO Coach Don Williams. emotion is a big factor in lhi" ::::.m" "I\ win against Florida State would do more for this team than anything else could at this lime," said Williams. The team wants a victory against the Seminoles, not only for themselves, but for their coach as well. Williams' only fear is that the team might "so badly SENIOH .JOllN Kiser '. is ex pected lo see limited action against FSU. after sitting out the last two games with an :ankle injury. Williams believes that Kiser_'s presence .on the court will "boost the morale of the teain." Starters for USF in the _game are expected to be Glenn DuPont and Arthur Jones at the forward positions, Warren Walk at center and Jack. James teaming with Leon Smith at guard. J .vc 4VR-54J6 $499.95 18W/CH RMS ( 1 kHz). Frequency response: 20-30,000 Hz, FM Usable sensitivity: 2.0V (IHF) JVC VR-5515 $279.95 -< --e ... :.;;..,. ) ) .. ..... .. ) "" -. \ ... 25W/CH RMS (1kHz), Frequency response : 15-50,000 Hz, FM Usabl e sensitivity : 2.2V (IHF).


12-THE ORACLE January 18, 1974 Interaction------Continued from page L Throughout, comments by the panel members referred to "lack of interactfon" and "errosion of the University community." Moore spoke of why he first came to USF, "beca.use it was a weird place, there weren't any traditions, just bureaucracy. Now there's even less tradition and we have a kind of negative bureaucracy." "No one seriously talks about making it a great university anymore," Moore said of USF. Davis talked about the loss of many student powers. "We have a very energetic Writers special set for Sunday A television special on the Suncoast Writers' Conference scheduled next weekend at USF's Bay Campus, will be broadcast Sunday at12:30 p.m. on.Channel 13's "College Kaleidoscope." The half-hour prograin will feature Conference participants including Damon Knight, Kate Wilhelm, Richard Hill, Marjorie Schuck, Marguerite McClain, Rae Oetting, Doris Enholm; and Tom Sanders. Enholm and Sanders are both USF faculty members in the English department; Enholm is coordlnating the Conference with Dr. Ed Hirschberg, also of USF. SLIK CHIK "GREATEST SALE ,EVER'' All tops $8.00 All slacks $8.00 Short dresses $10.00 Maxis &Jumpsuits $15.00 20% OFF all other items m store Punch & munchies, too! 10024 N. 30th 10-7 Fri. 10-8 administration that is taking all the power away," Davis. said. "They're doing it by controlling student input to the system'", r "The part of the system that represents students is eroding, that's why nobody is here tonight," Davis said, "They don't care, they don't think they matter anymore." One student said he thought students were afraid to express themselves without being th warted by the university." Davis said he thought this was because students are allowed .to express themselves "unless your expression becomes effective, then the University thwarts the expression.'' "I don't know what to do about this," Davis said. "For now. students will have to com municate with each other." Patouillet, responding to a statement by Howell that all student needs and desires could not be met, said he hoped at least a feeling of compassion could be extended to those whose needs cannot be met. "I would hope we could all struggle together so that all needs are being responded to directly or indirectly," Patouillet said. COMPLETE WATERBEI) ........ $54.95 Complete bed includes ready-to-stain floor frame, quality mattress with 5-yr. guarantee, fitted safety liner, and foam pad. Stained and upholstered frame packages are also available. WATER MATTRESS .... $24.95 WATERBED HEATERS .... 29.95--49.95 l! .L. Recognized with 2-yr. warranty. CUSTOM FRAMES ..... FROM $24.00 Made to your specifications We Sleep Better If. You Sleep Better .:. ii) today's world :: .... -,: 7034 W. Hillsborough \Peacock Alley' Ph. 884-2054 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 Bn1111 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 0 nly


Oracle photo by Chris Malone Old cactus face A heavy-set brow, an eroded nose, and peeling lips give this austere succulent a stern gaze over activities in the Ad ministration Building, 11 faculty get leaves Eleven USF faculty members have been awarded development leaves for 197-1-75 which will allow them time for research projects and enable them to familiarize themsel\'es with new idea s in their areas. Dr William Scheuerle. assistant vice president for Academic Affairs. said Tuesday. "These are granted for the faculty member to refresh himself with what new things are going on in his field. Scheuerle said. "To be eligible. a person must have six years of full-time service and the rank of at least assistant professor." Those granted leave s are: Dr Wes Houk. Dr Gideon Nelson. Dr Fred Horrigan Dr Les Small. Dr. Robert Wimmert. Dr. Joseph Bentley. Dr. Donald Lantz. Dr. Richard Bowers Dr. You-Feng Lin Dr. Leslie McClellan and Dr Gladys Kashdin. Faculty included in a list of alternates, in case those seiected cannot take their leaves, are Dr. Robert Figg, Dr. Dave Clement, Dr. Jefferson Davis Dr. Bernard Ross, Dr. Dan Rutenberg, Dr. William Danenburg and Dr. John Camp, Scheuerle said. Members taking leaves may choose from a variety of time schedules, Scheuerle said. They may take one quarter off with full salary compensation, two quarters off with three-fourths of their salary for that time, or three quarters off and receive half of their regular pay he said About nine-tenths of them take it all in one quarter," Scheuerle said. THE ORACLE -January 18, 1974 HONDA VILLAGE sales service parts Honda's are our business Our only buslne'is mon. 9 til 9 weekdays til 6 971-8171 : 14727 N. Nebraska Authorized Honda Car Dealer 13 ******************************* PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT J CANDlDATES DEBATE : sponsored by : : Natural Science Council : Wednesday, January 22 : 2:00 CHEM. 101 : : Free Coffee and : Doughnuts i ******************************* Mackey, St. Pete officials plan land meet next week BY MATT BOKOR Oracle Staff Writer USF Pres. Cecil Mackey and representatives from the city Of St. Petersburg will have "their first real definitive discussion next week of a sixty acre tract for the USF Bay Campus extension, Bert Hartley, vice president for Finance and Planning, said yesterday. Pinellas County Commissioner George Brumfield yesterday estimated the land to be worth "'one million dollars." Brumfield said he represents Joe Bullard, a private developer, who offered USF the land last week at a meeting of the Pinellas County Commission. "We haven't had any agency come to us yet and say, 'here is a tract of land for the campus extension.' The Bullard tract is just the first formal proposal we have received." -Bert Hartley "I don't see why someone would give away a million dollars worth of property if there wasn't something big that needed to be done to it.'' George Brumfield Brumfield said he knew of no big problems developing the land, but "I don't see why someone would give away a million dollars worth of property if there wasn't something big that needed to be done to it," he said The Bullard tract is located just off 1-75 on the Pinellas side, located "right on the water," Brumfield said. Hartley said that USF representatives are still working with the city of St. Petersburg and Pinellas County delegations about the tract. "There are a number of alternatives," Hartley s::iid, "We've heard of various in formal statements that other people are interested in donating land." "We haven't had any agency to come to us yet and say 'here is a tract of land for the campus extension'," Hartley said. "The Bullard tract is just the first formal proposal we have received," Hartley said. The St. Petersburg Times recently published a qucstion na ire concerning the Bay Campus extension. Result.s were published Jan. 15, and the editorial read "Of 192 responses 127 favored the extension of land provided by the city; 65 were opposed MIDNIGHT MADNESS Fri. Jan. 18 Sat. bn. 19 ll TIIIS WEEKEND 0 NLY ENA $1.00 Friends & Neighbors and The Outlaws their 11 musical talents and offer country rock to all. I THURS., FRI., SAT., SUN. 9PM ADM. $1.00 *************** ... :..: THURSDAY NIGHT 10, DRAFT 8-9PM BOBBY'S SPECIAL: MI BACK YARD 6902 N. 40th St. Smoke d chicken dinners 99t ---includes smoked chicken, kettle beans, chips, and sauce. lPM-llPM


14 -THE ORACLE January 18, 1974 SG to probe practices Eight ball Ginny Ferguson, 4MRD, aims for the eight ball in the side pocket in the UC game room. BY PATTY DRAPER Oracle Starr Writer A Textbook Center in vestigation headed by an SG Senate committee is being planned to look into student complaints, Richard Sarafan. chairman of the SG Academic Affairs committee, said yesterday Sarafan's committee received Senate approval Tuesday to conduct the investigative hearings. Sarafan said the committee may request the attendance of administrators, staff and students. "We're planning two days of hearings Sarafan said "We want to have it before SG elec tions because lots of people may loosen up and talk knowing they're being listened to." Sarafan said this is the first time the SG Senate has ever authorized hearings He said the committee has no legal authority to compel a "witness" to attend or testify. but "we 're relying on ethics." Sarafan said one day of the hearings would be devoted to student complaints. and one day to rebuttal and testimony of textbook center staff and ad ministrators. "We'll be investigating such things as textbook center pay scale. service. prices and check cashing services." Sarafan said. Mrs. Carla Bowman. manager Farmworkers, Saga head will discuss boycott today BY PATTY DRAPER Oracle Staff Writer USF students and Saga Food Service Director Edmond Fisher will meet todayto discuss student support of a boycott of non-union lettuce and grapes, Mary Martin, United Farm Worker representative said yesterday. The meeting, scheduled for 2 p.m. in Andros 109, is open to all interested students, Martin said. Martin and Fisher said they. agreed to the meeting to see how strong student support of the boycott is. "If they can give me proof that a majority of students support a boycott of non-union produce, I wi.JI.comply," Fisher said. "But it's going to take more than a large student turnout." Fisher said Saga now uses union lettuce and grapes whenever available, but is sometimes unable to get 100 Ed Fisher Saga director per cent of their needs filled with union-picked produce Martin said the USF Farmworkers Support Committee has petitioned 400 signatures in two days, in support of a boycott by Saga of non-union lettuce and grapes. "Saga is asking for a majority : 10,001," Martin said. A majority of 20,000 students is a physical impossibility." Martin said she was sure the petition drive "won't be the end of it. If it's possible to mobilize the stupents, we're considering a one-day-a-week boycott of Saga s cafeterias. It might do enough damage for him to come around .' US women lost $68 billion in '70 Women in the U S lost $68 billion in wage and occupational discrimination in 1970, according to estimates from Jean Manz, an instructor in statistics at USF. March deadline set for graduate awards Manz said she bases her figures on statistics on 1970 wages and said she only figured losses to full-time women workers. For this reason, Manz termed her figures "a most conservative estimate." Starting wages for women rose between 1960 and 1970, she said, but the opportunity for women to move up in a job was still poor in 1970. March 1 is the application deadline for Graduate Fellowships awarded by USF. The awards include Graduate Council Fellowships to students enrolled in graduate work prior to June 1, 1974, and University Scholar. Fellowships to new graduate students who enroll after June 1, 1974. The Graduate Council Fellowship of $4,000 awarded to graduate students of "out standing and c-reative ability. "Students in any USF department or program may apply, except for those in the College of Medicine. The University Scholar Fellowship awards $3,600 to graduate students of demonstrated achievement and exceptional potential. Students qualified to enter any USF department or program may apply. According to John Briggs, director of Graduate Studies, 28 Graduate Council Fellowships, and 32 University Scholar Fellowships were presented last year.Applications should be made by March 1 to the Director of Graduate Studies, ADM 229. Award winners will be an nounced April 1. \ \ \I EASY \\ \TRAILS Manz said she was a victim of sex discrimination including working on an assembly line and a job in a stockbroker's office. QUALITY CAMPING EQUIPMEN 8711 N. 40th St. 988-0045 Open Thur., Fri., Sat. 9-9 Mon. & Wed. 9 Sun. 1, Closed Tuet. OUTFITIERS FOR CAMPIN, G BACK PACKING, CANOEING We Carry CAMP TRAILS, WENZEL, Wit ... ITE STAG, COGHLAN'$ OPTIMUS, MOUNTAQfHOUSE, COLEMAN & OTHERS M*"M MHllterof FLORIDA TRAILS ASSOCIATION. me. of the Textbook Center, said she had no objection to an in vestigation.,. "We will comply with the eommittees's requests con cerning staff appearances if Tom BPrry

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I TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES I JAMAICA 9 day projects March break4 cre d i ts. $320 a n d 13 days in June5 credits. $ 3 85. USF !acuity le d See K. Lupton, OCT Prog .. FAQ 122, E x t 2536. Appl y no w limit e d. FAST. accurate typing service. 48 hr. service in most instances. 2 min. from USF Between 8:30 and 5:00 call 879-7222 ext. Aiter 6 :00 call 918-3435. Ask for Liz CANOE RENTALS DAY OR WEEK 915 EXTRAORDINARY TYPIST 6 plus years of Quality Univenity work (reference iurnihed for USF & 18M Specialized Typist-Secretarial elc.l IBM Selectric, type changes. carbon rib. -90 wpm rush jobs Gloria 114-1949 PREMEDICAL PRE DENTAL STUDENTS Have you been ucepled to medical or dental school yet? II so. you a r e eleigible to apply tor a Navy medical scholarship which includes lull tuition, 5200 per year for books, and $400 per month pending money. Call 985-1010 tor complete Into. U.S Navy, 56th St Temple Terrace. SPECIALIST IN TYPING IBM Selectric that CORRECTS ERRORS, Pica or Elite. Carbon ribbon. 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NI CE young lady prefers to share 2 bdr. apt. equally. 1-17 to 1 -21 call 237-3321 24 hr. answering service. Diane Campbell. FEMALE wants female roommate, needed desperately $85 a month plus of elc. Nice new 2 BR furnished duplex. Call Prue at 971-8592 MALE needs male roommate. SBO a month total, utilities incl ., n ice 2 BR, turn. trailer. Call Scott al 971-8592. ATTENTION Reasonable rent, quiet home. Will share fully furnished home with responsible grad student, instructor or medical student. Owner absent lour to s ix months yearly. Ref e r ence s and s ecurity deposit required. Box 9218, Tampa 33604. NEED a roommate? S G is trying to h e lp peopl e lind people. II you have a place lo sha r e with someon e or need someon e to share a place with you, stop by our Community Service s window (outside UC 156) and l e t u s know FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED, 2 bed., 2 bath apt. 3 blks. from campus, S65 p-mo plus ut ilities, poo l and laundry facilities across from USF g olf course.' 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