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The Oracle

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The Oracle
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The Oracle (Tampa, Fla)
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Wickstrom, Valerie ( Editor )
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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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UP manual called unconstitutional In' :\l,\RY Ht.TH :\IYEHS Oracle Staff Writer Constitutionality of portions of the recently released statewide University Police r UP 1 policy manual will probably be disputed by the Florida Amer i can Ci\'il Liberties Union !ACLU!. Jack Moore. Tampa ACLU president said yesterday "Sir.ce they
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2-THE ORACLE January 23, 1974 Kissinger predicts embargo end WASHl:\GTO:\ t CPI l Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said yesterday he had "e\'ery reason to belie\'e .. the Arab nations would end their oil embargo against the United States before Middle East troop disengagements are completed in the next 40 days. Kissinger, in his first news conference since completing his 11-day shuttle mediation between Egypt and Israel, dismissed reports that the United Stated was not obligated to "take any specific action" military or otherwise to enforce the disengagement agreements. Oil profit WASHINGTON (UPI) Oil comp any l'Xl'cutiH'S told skep tical senators yl'stl'rday thl' industry is not reaping a1iy profit bonanza from the l.'nergy crisis dl'spite record l'arnings last year that soared as high as 60 pl'r cent o\'er 1972. Their testimony at the Senate Per m a n en t I n ,. est i g a t i on s Subcommittee's second dav of hearings drew a retort from sen. Henry M Jackson. D-Wash .. the chairman. that the industry's own figures strongly suggested "windfall profits at the public's expense. Britain's future LONDON (UPI l Prime Minister Edward fleath told Britain's 269,000 coal miners today tlll'y now an responsible for till' future "Ht>sponsibility for till' future now lit'S in till' hands of the '.'\ational l'nion of :\lineworktrs ... llt>ath said in a grim stahnwnt to l'arlianwnt Earlitr. mi11t'rs' lt'ader .Im' Gormley warned an all-out mi1wrs strikl' may ht in thl' offing "I am surl' \\'t' shall get an overwhelming ballot in favor of an all-out strikl' ... ht' said. 9 prisoners WASHINGTON 1 l lPI l Laotian Gl'n Vang Pao who led the CIA 's secret army of l\ko tribesmen in northern Laos. was quoted in Congress yesterday as saying at lt>ast 11i1w ll .S. pilots an still hPlrl hy \ il'tnam Tlw n'port was disputt>d by the PPntagon whi ch said it has no rl'liahlp in format ion anv more A11wrican Sl'rvicemen remain in l'apti\'ity in Indochina Impeachment \\':\SllINt;'l'ON l lll'I l 1''act>d with intTPast rl rlt>mands from Congn'ss and citizt'ns that Presidl'nt Nixon be impeached, tlw White House yesterday nittrated the President's in tt ntion to finish his second term Prt>sidl'ntial Press Secretary H1inald L. Zit'glcr said Nixon will rl'main in office until 1976 hl'causl' "lw knows he has not bttn involved in any wrongdoing" in the Watergate scandal. ******************************* j PRESIDENT AND Senate okays resolution letting Gurney aide testify VICE PRESIDENT CANDIDATES I i DEBATE i # sponsored by # # Natural Science Council I WASHINGTON (UPI) -The Senate yesterday approved a resolution to allow an employee of Sen. Edward J. Gurney to testify in a federal grand jury investigation of a political slush fund allegedly linked to the senator The resolution, passed by unanimous consent, will allow Alfhild Michal, a secretary on Gurney's staff, to testify before a grand jury in Jacksonville. Gurney's office said she had been subpoenaed to testify on Wednesday and left Washington for Jacksonville shortly after the Senate resolution was approved Williams charged JACKSONVILLE (UPI) -Larry E Willi.ams, former troubleshooter and fund raiser for U.S. Sen. Edward Gurney surrendered to the FBI yesterday and was released on a $5,000 personal recognizance bond on a charge of aiding and abetting a bribery. Yesterday's legal proceedings were held to transfer Williams' case from the southern district of Florida, where his indictment was handed up by the Dade County Federal grand jury last week, to the middle Florida district. Pot jury TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Preparing to empanel a statewide grand jury to in vestigate the import of 25 tons of marijuana into the Florida panhandle, Gov. Reubin Askew called on the state Supreme Court yesterday to clarify some fine points of the law authorizing creation of the juries. The governor wrote to Chief Justice Vassar B Carlton, saying he has "the-honor" to seek court guidance on how to go about empaneling the first grand jury under the 1973 law allowing such panels to investigate criminal activities or conspiracies that cross county or judicial circuit lines. Streaker to run TALLAHASSEE
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THE ORACLE -January 23, 1974 3 Faculty air bargaining opinions BY MATT BOKOR Oracle Staff Writer USF faculty members yesterday voiced differing Flowing fountain? This water fountain, perhaps symbolic of the communications flow in some areas on campus, was captured yesterday in a moment of complete stillness. opinions on collective bargaining with Dr James Ray Natural Sciences dean, saying t here are "other ways for faculty to achieve desired goals Ray did not elaborate on alternatives to achieve the goals, but "terms should be measured individually, not on the entire issue." "MY PERSONAL feelings are that a university doesn't need collective bargaining," Ray said "There are other ways to achieve desired goals without this type of activity." Dr. Jesse Binford, Faculty Senate chairman, said he favors collective bargaining, but said there is no chance to achieve it this year. "As a minority group," B i nford said, I don t think w e have a chance Dr. Hartley Mellish, Economics professor, said he disapproved of the "automatic wage increases" which occur with collective bargaining "With collective bargaining there are automatic increases in wages each year, rather than increases based on merit, Mellish said. :\IELLISll S.\11> automatic inc reases present a problem in that they remove r e wards for merit. It's all based on he said seniority," But l\lellish said he f a vors cost of living increases He s a i d State Unive rsity System wages have increased nominally when compared to the 45 per cent cost of living increases during the past 10 years Colby 1helpful' to Howell BY JUDIE COX Oracle Starr Writer Donald Colby, recently resigned from his post as director of Student Career and Em ployment Center is now working on "special projects," Joe Howell, vice president for Student Affairs, said yesterday. Colby will be working in Howell s office until his resignation becomes effective in July. Howell said he has been working with his assistant, Dr. Margaret Fisher, in setting up "Project Amigo a program in which Argentine students stay with students from USF. "We haven't really developed anything specific for him as of now." -Joe Howell "We haven't really developed anything specific for him as of now," Howell said. Colby, director of the em ployment center for 11 years, resigned two weeks ago after it was announced the center would be divided The employment functions will be handled by Financial Aids and Cooperative Education will be coordinated in the former employment center George Goldswith director of Financial Aids said yesterday he is looking forward to the move Noted authors featured at weekend writers meet Howell said Colby was of "significant help to Dr Fisher in organizing Operation Amigo" because of his "many valuable contacts." He said Colby was also helpful in "setting up meetings for the Argentine students with businesses in the center city .'.' "I think a primary reason for the move is the convenience or the student," Goldsmith said. Buy one 89 cent special Get one for % price. Speciai to the Oracle Novelist John Barth and poet N. L. Rosenthal will spearhead one of Florida's major literary events when the Suncoast Writers' Conference meets at the USF St. Petersburg Campus Friday and Saturday The Conference, conducted by professional writers for aspiring and published writers, is ex pected to draw literary talents from across the nation. Lectures and workshops will be offered in articles novels poetry, science fiction, and writing for children and teenagers Offered for the first time at this year s expanded conference will be workshops in confessions, American Indian literature, inspirational new journalism, literature of the occult and photojournalism. Faculty and graduate students may attend the conference without charge but un dergraduates will be charged three dollars per day. Ap plications are available in the English office LAN 301. The Conference will end with a p a n e l on the business of writing fea turing a literary agent, four e ditors and a bookseller Rosenthal, poet and professor of Englis h at New York llniversity, will lecture at 1 p.m. Friday. Th e poetprofessor whose latest works include "A \'itw From the Peacock's Tail : Pot>ms." "The Modern :\ Critical Introduction," and is p1wtry Pditor of "Present Tense and The Humanist." will also l'onduet a workshop in poetry. Barth. a novelist whose works indude "The Floating Opera "Tlw End of the Road ... "The Sot \\'etd Factor. "Gil es' Goat Hoy" and "Lost in the Fun lh1ust"' will !!in a reading from his mnst rt'l'l'nt work. "Chimera" at \I :1.m. Saturda\'. Th11mas Sandet:s writer and pr11frss11r at t sF and known for his \\11rk i n the Indian '.\lo\ l'nwnt is a staff member of the Con ference. Registration for the Con-the Conference yesterday in cluding 138 regular, 20 faculty and 40 student registrations TAS-T FRIED CHICKEN 2301 E. Fletcher Ave. ference will be at 8 a.m. January 25 in the Administration building of the St. Petersburg Campus. The regular registrations in cluded State Rep. Paul Danahy, Jr. and State Sen. Louis de la Offer good at Fletcher location only l-22-74thru 1-25-74 Almost 200 were registered fo:r Parte, both of Tampa. Texas Instruments will set you up in business ... .. your own. You earn a generous commission Your only investment is time You get outstanding advertising support You work at your most convenient hours You sell one of the world's leading calculators. Know anyone who wouldn't like to own an electronic calculator? We don't either. And that's where you come in -as an Area Sales Rep resentative for Texas Instruments. You'll sell our nationally advertised electronic calculators. And that's easy. Students, instructors, administrators and local businessmen are discovering that TI electronic cal culators make their work easier, faster and more accurate. And these are the very people you see every day. Each sale brings you a commission -plus a healthy incentive percentage based on how well you do. And if you're really good, you'll develop a fine business a business controlled by you. But we won't leave you com-pletely without help. As our Area Sales Representative you're backed by the world's largest man ufacturer of solid-state electronic components. You're supported by dynamic national advertising. And you'll have a calculator program notebook to help you manage the mechanics of the job-from tips on selling to processing each order and ensuring delivery. The Texas Instruments name will do a lot of selling for you too. But success depends squarely on you. You should be businessoriented, aggressive, and be able to handle the challenge of direct selling. We'd also like you to be either a graduate student or a sophomore with an Engineering, Math or .Business major. And you'll need good grades so you'll have time to sell. A real plus would be some sales experience. Sound like just the right job experience to dress up your resume? If so-and if you're con fident you can sell us on your qual ifications -let's get together and talk money. Sign up now at your Placement Office. A recruiting Rep resentative from Instruments will be on 'n campus for interviews: U/ Wednesday, January 30. TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INCORPORATED 85000

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4-THE ORACLE January 23, 1974 No appeal for unjust ticket (A letter written in the s tyle of the most eloquent m a n of our era. Jac k Webb and most b e fitting the s ubje c t m a tt e r contained within. > Editor. O n T u es d av. J a n 8. 4 :30 p m. I arri ved h o me. Upon ch e ck ing the m ail I notic e d a p a le w h i t e r e c t angul a r envelope from the Univ ersity. At first I thought it was from th e Pres ident as a laud a tor y g esture for m y grade s last quarter. Neg a t i v e ., It was from the Cashier' s Office I not i ced a fingerprint on the unstamp e d side It was red Typewriter ink I presume Upon opening the contents my eye, on Jan. 8 1974, 4 :35 p m., saw the following : You will be taken off the pending list when you have paid $13 Being of the curious sort I was aroused to know the reasons for such a delightful opportunity to express my '. ... SS ACP All-American since 1967 HADDOCK Editorial Assistant Photo ... ..................... ; ....... Robin Clark Layout Editor ............................... Dave Moormann Sports Editor ..... ...................... .... Mike Kaszuba Entertainment Editor .... ................... David Rutman Copy Editor ... ............. ................ Jea.n Trahan Adviser ......... ...... ... .. ; ......... .... Leo Stalnaker News phones-974-2619, 2842, 2398 DEADLINES: General news 3 p m dally for followi ng day issue Advertising (with proof) Thursday 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 .-f'loon two days before publication in 11erson or by mail with payment enclosed. Adverti sing rates on request, 974-26211, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p .m. Stories and pictures of Interest to students may be submitted to the Oracle in LAN 4'9 or the suggestion boxes in the Library and UC In defense of my posit ion I will first pres ent the UP position In section X B of the Traffic and Parking Regulations it says: Ir any vehicle is fountj upon the c_ampus in violation or any or these regulations, the person in whose name the vehicle is registered lin campus and-or state records> shall be responsible for the violation. (._.__l_e t_t e_r s____;) My first reaction to this is that it does not sound constitutional. Speaking hypothetically, if one's brother murders someone' who hypothetically, does the hanging? brother of one's self? That needs no answer. In cases of property perhaps the parents or guardians are responsible. In this particular case it says, "the person in whose name the vehicle is registered (in campus and-or state records) shall be responsible." In my case the car is not r e gist e red under my name in either the ca mpus or state records Yet I a m bPi n g c h a rg e d $13 for a decal violation pPrp P tr a t e d b y a vis itor Ne, ert hel P ss. d i s regarding th e afo r enwntion P d I P t m e be cons i dere d tlw l w inou s ,iol a t o r o f a p a rkin g regulation If s uch is the case according to Sl'l'lion XIII.D o f the Traffi c and Parking R egulatio n s the foll o wing should have happe n e d : If the citation is not cleared within three working days from the date or the citation, the violator will be notiried in writing that a late charge of one dollar has hl'l'n added to the violation charg e If I a m the violator which supposedl y can b e deduced from the fact I am bPing charged for the violation, then why was I never "notified in writing" about a late charge? If I had been the situation could have been easily resolved, but now $13 is demanded to resolve it. I sec no logical reason for this outrage. I have tried to talk with the UP several times this past week but to no avail. I even talked to the police chief with UP and other bureaucratic henchmen. I realize that despite this spicy note and as I see it my perfectly legal in nocence, I will probably have to pay tbis outrageous sum in order to register next quarter. That's their leverage. Pay up or buzz off Such is the case as it now and the only satisfaetion I will probably get out of the whole affair is in having written this note Thomas Fillion SENG Student orchestra merits bigger -crowd Editor: I am writing to let more of the general university community t>ecome aware of a certain small

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DOONESBURY ANYWAY, :I t WHY NOT use one of Mother Earth's most beneficial natural resources a s a source of lightthe sun? Why not have "outdoor" university classes? It would be great for many people would enjoy getting a suntan while attending class In fact, the University, instead of building, ruining or damaging other potential natural resources of the earth. which makes life possible. could have tents under which students who wanted to get out of the sun could sit. This type of arrangement would be especially useful in classes which are strictly lecture or are nature study courses This would save a lot of ex pense to tax-payers and students as well as help ease the energy crisis. Campus experts consulted on Bust 2) COULDN'T some lighting in various University buildings be cut down especially in the library? Why all the lighting right in front of the elevator? People could see just as well without it because of office light. In the cafeterias, lighting could be cut down-students might enjoy eating by candlelight, for this gives more atmosphere to the surroundings and if Saga Food Service would do it. they could invest in buying some black-light posters which would add to the scenery Editor: I wish to go on record that, despite my rather gratuitous pun about Picasso's "Giant Bust," I am fully in favor of its becoming part of the USF campus especially since no public funds will be used to finance its erec tion. The statue IS a work of art. And, like its famous counterpart in Chicago, it will arouse con troversy and debate and Pablo will grin in his grave because most of his work is now con sidered classic. The administration did consult the campus art experts, and the decision to accept the gift was not made lightly. Nevertheless, the Administration is still far from perfect in consulting on matters directly affecting faculty and students It is this fact which caused irritation concerning the URR missed Editor: The other night some friends came over to listen to the radio. We don't have a t.v Anyway, all we got to do was look at the damned thing because the Un derground Railroad doesn't come on until midnight. Since we couldn't listen we started to talk. Surprisingly enough, we discussed what a good thing it would be if Dr. Manny Luc off would either resign or be fired from his post of head of Educational Resources This is the slogan we made up: "Take a load off Manny" Mike Malter 2COM statue rather than the statue itself. Aye, remains the rub. Dr. Hans Juergensen Humanities Professor 0etttrs policyj The Oracle welcomes letters to the editor on all topics. All letters mbst be signed and include the writer's student classification and telephone number. Letters should be typewritten triple spaced. The editor reserves the right to edit or shorten letters. Jan. 25,26,27 7:30 10:00 If anything, these suggestions could be taken on a trial basis to see what would happen Anyone can see tliey wouldn't hurt and may be beneficial in the long run. Ernest J Snow 3SOC Ever feel the Univ. doesn't care about students. An ef fective S.G. can assert your rights II E LP E I. E (' T Richard Merrick. S.G. Prt>s. A NEW YEAR GIFT To help you celebrate the arrival of the New Year and a new school term, here's a $1.00 towards any large, one item pizza. So invite your friends over and share the joys of the festive occasion with Domino's pizza 2030 FLETCHER Phone: 971-7875 FAST & HOT FREE DELIVERY mDOMINO'S DPIZZA

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6-THE ORACLE January 23, 1974 Agent didn't know of cancellation BY DAVID RUTMAN Entertainment Editor The theatrical agent of the band "The Devastations" claimed in a telephone interview yesterday he didn't know the band never played at the Homecoming dance Saturday. Dennis Wheeler, theatrical agent for Pedyne Productions of St. Petersburg, appeared sur prised and apologetic. "THEY'VE DONE it before," he claimed, referring to the in cident. For the Homecoming dance, the band was contracted to arrive and set up at 7 p.m. to play at halftime and after the game. Band leader Howard Carroll showed up with several band members at 8 p.m., said Richard Alter, associate program director of SEAC. The rest of the group never showed up to play and the dance was cancelled. Wheeler said, "They've been late before but they've played the gig. They're from Tampa and they should have been at Curtis Hixon on time." Wheeler said he would make any concessions asked by the Homecoming committee, who are examining any legal steps they can take. "EVERYTlllNG AT my end was clear. They should have been there," he restated. Wheeler called the Devastations "a lazy bunch ... and said he tried to get the Homecoming committee to hire another band called "Black Lash." "Black Lash" wanted $800 to play and they told me that wasn't in their budget," claimed Wheeler. THE DE\':\ST:\TIO'.';S were to receive $400 for playing at the dance. Alter was not available for comment on Wheeler's statements about the band. Ghouls take stage at Head Theatre 1Chloe in the Afternoon' shows sexual knowledge This weekend the Head Theatre midnight film series will feature one of the most popular comedy films of the 1940's, "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein." ''Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" is considered to be Bud and Lou's funniest and best-made comedy-horror film. Theatre Club members and $1 for non-members. ALL DAY, ALL NIGHT, ALL WEEK! The French film, "Chloe in the Afternoon," by director Eric Rohm er, will be shown tonight in f..AN 103. The film will be presented by the Florida Center for the Arts. "Chloe in the Afternoon" in vestigates the beneficial and Charlie freezes up Charles Chaplin's classie of silent comedy "The Gold Rush," made in 1925, will be.presented Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the ENA at 7 and 9:30 p.m. with the film will be the silent short subject "Pay Day," also starring Chaplin. Admission is $1. Novak, C utler star in student films Major casting has been com pleted on the Department of Communications Film Sl.'quence 's two major film featurl.'s of the year. Linda Marie Novak and Angelo Lnl\tarco have the leading roles in "As Long as the Dream Lasts." written and directed by Mccraw. No\'nk 'is a USF theatre major. l..nl\h\no studied at the Royal ,.\,adt'my of At-ling in England. undt'.r a\tor Michael Redgrave. Other actors in the film.include ;B11J?n.t Cozlin, ; Eugene Orlando 'arid William H. Doune from the Theatre Department and Cristine Castleman, six-year-old grand daughter of Dr. Norman Olsen, chairman of the Physics Department.. Starring in the film "Once in a Full Moon", directed by Mark Jones and written by Isaias Casanova, will be Jon Cutler, Michael Leighton, Henry Gradstein and Jeannetta Vest of the Theatre Department. harmful effects of the new sexual knowledge and freedoms The film will be shown at 7: 30 and 9:30 p.m. Admission is $1. Tickets are available 45 minutes before snowtime. Other films scheduled for the quarter by the Florida Center for the A!'ts include: "A Safe Place," Feb. 6 in LAN 103 "Sacco and Vanzetti," Feb 13 in LAN 103 "Memories of Underdevelopment," Feb. in LAN 103. "And Now for Something Completely Different,'' Feb: 22-24 in the ENA "Eighth International Tournee of Animation," March 1-3 in the ENA. Starring with Bud and Lou are Lon Chaney as the Wolfman, Glenn Strange as the Franken stein monster, Vincent Price as the Invisible Man and Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula. This film is the only other film besides "Dracula" in which Lugosi played the Count. "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" will be shown with the cartoon "Wabbit Trouble," Friday at midnight. Saturday at midnight will feature the Our Gang short "Mike Fright," plus the out dated teenage guidance films "Are You Popular?" and "Making the Most of School," plus chapter five of "Phantom Empire" starring Gene Autry Admission is 75 cents for Head DRAFT Pitchers $1.00 11 AM TUES. FRI. at 6 PM Thurs., FrL, Sat. THE OUTLAWS Ml BACK YARD 6902 N. 40th St. Busby special brand of kaleidoscopic fantasy, turned into surrealism by the electric rec(s and greens of 20th Century!'Fox's Technicolor. .. Those who consider Berkeley a consider this his masterpiece 1t is ti is maddest film. ,. :-. ). -. -. -: i(ael, Yorker r.' r I :' : intheapplause'for the ba_ nal]aS nu mber, ': the phallic otrageousness -of which is even more startling t9day .. : Sarris, The .r-. ... j ALICE FAYE CARMEN MIRANDA1 N BUSBY BERKELEY1S -& -WI SD.I. WAR. BONDS; .... STAMPS! T THE GANG'S ALLHERE IN TECHNICOLOR11 Friday, 25 .00 ENA Midnight Madness Film Art Series

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THE ORACLE -January 23, 1974 7 Dylan: message is still universal Reviewed by CHRIS MALONE Oracle Staff Writer An expectant but peaceful crowd filled the Hollywood Sportatorium last weekend to see Bob Dylan's first Florida concert in eight years. Sharing blankets and bottles of water (among other things) on the ground floor became a beautiful stage. of companionship one rarely ex periences at the modern rock concerts. This was not to be an average foot stomping, head shaking, body twisting rock 'n roll event. This audience was being drawn together to hear an almost mythological poet, who had in fluenced each of them in some way over the last ten years. He was a leader of their transition, from anonymous youngsters to self-aware, conscientious in dividuals who charged an entire culture. All of those realized beings rallied to thank Bob Dylan for what he had given them. AFTER A standing ovation welcomed him back from his years of seclusion into the glaring spotlights, he began his hypnotic captivation with a new release, "Most Likely You'll Go Your Way
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8-THEORACLE January 23, 1974 Connelly aims for records BY PAM JONES Oracle Sports Writer 1 Most successful swimmers begin their careers at an early age, but USF freshman John Connolly first swam competitively as a sophomore at Clearwater High School. So far this year; Connolly has set school records in both the 1000 and 500 yar,d freestyle events, and then gone on to break. h.is own records in those same two events. "EVERYONE TALKS like I'm good," said Connolly, "but I'm not even ranked nationally." In spite of this, the 18-year-old freshman hopes to continue to break records in his four years as a Brahman. Connolly considers senior Dean Hardy and Paul Celotto the most likely candidates for the lationals from this year's team. IF HE can take nine seconds lff his 500 yard record of 4:54.5, Connolly himself can qualify for this year's national competition. Since coming to USF, Connolly says he feels he has improved as a swimmer. He gives most of the credit to Coach Bob Grindey, who Connolly says is "the reason for most of what I've done this year. "COACH GRINDEY has changed my stroke, and that has made me a much .ronger swimmer," Connolly says. He also believes the fact he has not been swimming long "leaves lots of room for improvement." In addition to Grindey, Con nolly said Hardy has helped him a great deal. "Two kids on a team can work together and help each other out. Dean and I swim together and try to help each other out." DISCUSSING the teams at other schools in the nation, Connolly says he feels Florida State, Florida and Miami are the toughest teams in the southern part of the country. Connolly also said he feels emotion plays a big factor in the meets. "It's easier to get up for a meet with a big team," he said. "You know you'll win when you swim a junior college." Just recovered from a bout with the flu, Connolly doesn't think it will affect his per formance when the team travels to Baton Rouge to meet LSU on Friday. "I'm pretty sure we'll beat LSU," he said. About Saturday's meet with Tulane, he wasn't as optimistic. "Tulane is a nationally_ ranked Oracle photo by Robin Clark Dean Hardy, Coach Bob Grindy's only senior, is consi .dered prime material by Connelly for national competition. Brahmisses set records While USF's men swimmers are breaking records in big numbers, Coach Rico Maschino's women swimmers haven't exactly been running into rough water despite two losses last weekend. In her first appearance in the 200-yard individual medley, Bridget Vache posted a record time of 2:32 01. She also won the 100-yard breaststroke with a 1: 17.5. "Vache is one of the most ; l :$ I. Scores Bowling League last Wt't'k \\'as it'd in individual game nm who posted a 228 ston'. ltrothe was joined in the nwn's l'Ulc.t(ory by Tom lltusingtr's 581 high series ln lht' wonun 's league. Rose It'd !ht' way with both indi\'idtml slore-196. and h\ti.h stritsversatile swimmers I've ever coached,'' the Brahmisses mentor commented. Barbie Wickham set new marks of 1:02.5 in the 100-yard freestyle and 2 :20 in the 200-yard freestyle, while Susan Skinner paced the divers with 220.90 points in the one-meter and 221.85 irt the three-meter event. "I believe if we had three more swimmers we could have beaten FSU," Maschino stated. "We've got the performers, but we need a little more depth." "I'm pleased with the girls They are right on schedule as far as their times,'' he continued. "We're trying to gear now for the Region IV championships here Feb. 16-17." Practices and tryouts are held in the natatorium from 6:30-7.:30 p.m on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, and from 5-7 p.m. on Tuesday and Friday. It's easier to find ,the classifie. d page! Buy or sell with an Oracle Classified ad. team, so they will be tough," remarked Connolly Connolly has swum against one of the LSU tankers already "I swam against Harback in the state meet last year and he beat me by a couple of hundredths," he said. What goals remain for the freshman swimmer? "I want to take 21 seconds off my time in the 1000, and break the record for the 200 freestyle," he said. FSU game aired today on campus WUSF-TV News Director Norm Hale announced yesterday last Saturday's USF homecoming win over Florida State will be aired on closed circuit television during today's free hour (2-3 p.m ) in BUS 108 and PHY 141. "I'm not sure, but I think there should be either four or five monitors in the physics auditorium and two or three in business for the students to view," Hale said. READ ORACLE CLASSIFIED ADS! The Underground RR-The Oracle-S.G could be next. It's up to us to k
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SG elections will be conducted on campus, Jan. 30 and 31, and thirty nine students have entered the campaign. Running for SG president are Steven Johnson, 3MAN (upper left); Richard Merrick, SENG (upper right) and Jonathan Wise, 3PHI (left). Battling for the vice presidential position will be Michael Einstein, 4ACC; John Koch, 3REL; Gary Manka, 3EDE; William Parker, 3PHI; and Wayne Wechsler, 3ENG. THE ORACLE-January 23, 1974 9 Senate 'S Picasso decision brings different reactions F;1culty l'omern on'r !hl' nmstruction of l'ahlo l'icassos Bust of a \\"oman "'is misplact'd. .Jaml'S \"ickl"l'Y director of l"nin'rsity Helations. said lksponding to a recent Faculty Senate n'solution calling for a halt to construl'tion until ap propriall' consultation ot"l'tirs. \'iekn'y said. ""The faculty was consulted in till' original decision to acel'pl Picasso "s offer of till' statue ... ill' said Prl's. Cl'cil !\lackey did not formally request till' Faculty Senate to consider till' mat tl'r because it was a "conl1dl'nttal issue between USF and Picasso through several third parties." "llOW no Yot take a votl' on a confidential negotiation"? .. Vickrey asked. "There was no other way to do it." Vickrey said he was not sure what faculty and others expected after the original decision to build the statue was made. "Do you Jim Vickrey ... concern 'misplaced' han' a public rPfl'rt'ndum on tlw location'?"" lw said. Tlw sizP of tlw statlll' is what l'aUSl'S CJlll'stions to bl' raisl'd. Vickrt'Y said. "If tlw stalm' Wl'r<' small<'r lhPS<' qm'slions wouldn"I I)(' askPd. lw said. VickrPy said lhirl'l"lor 'l'l'ITY Edmunson said tlw "nal qul'stion is how much thl' llnivcrsily community can be involVl'd in dlcisions. "W< can't rPally operate in the 'committee of the whole' theory for our decision-making process all together," he said. J<:dmunson said most' works of art have nol had a committee deciding whether lhey should be done. Students to vote on SG referendum Thirty-nine students have declared candidacy in SG elec tions to be held Jan. 30 and 31. The presidential candldates are Andy Derek, 3COM; Steven Johnson, 3MAN; Richard Merrick, BENG; and Jonathan Wise, 3PHI. .John llusfield, 2DUS, Fine Arts. Gail Kenney. IDUS, 1';ducation. Andrew Knable, IEDU, Education. Robert Education. Leeds, 2DUS, "Whal if Michelangelo had to ask a commiltee is he could paint lhe Sistine Chapel or da Vinci the Mona Lisa'!" Vickrey and Edmunson said a resolulion to halt constructiOn of the slalue has no effect since .conslruction has not yet begun. Vicrey said questions such as cost of the statue were "inherent in Lhe decision" to built it. Students will !;le asked to ap prove or disapprove the amended SG constitution in a referendum Mackey speaks on .oracle move President Cecil Mackey held his first Hotline session of this quarter yesterday and discussed the Oracle's proposed move off campus, smoking in classes, and the growing university. Only five persons attended the session held in UC 158. The Hotline sessions are designed to proVide students with access to Mackey. Mackey said currently the Oracle is responsible to no one but a move off campus would make it more responsible for printed material. He said he feels the Oracle can be successful with support from the University community and students. Mackey, in answer to a question about the rule prohibiting smoking in classes, said the Administration would not be able to enforce the rule but urged students bothered by smoking to ask the smokers to stop. He said it would be up to students to enforce the rule. Mackey also commented on how the University is growing and several departments, such as Mass Communications, Astronomy, Graphic Arts and Psychology are becoming better known "USF is ahead of where anybody would expect any university to be in 12 years," he said. Mackey stressed the im portance of having access to the Administration through programs such as Hotline and Access. during SG elections on Jan. 30 and 31. A two-thirds vote is needed for the referendum to pass. A copy of the amended con stitution is posted on the SG Free Speech Board in the UC. Copies will also be available on election day at polling places. There will be nine polling locations this year, Beth Bell, chairman of the Election Rules Committee (ERC> said. Tables will be set up on the 2nd floor lobby of BUS, in the west lobby of SOC, on the 2nd floor in EDU, in the lobby (in front of room 105) of LAN, in the center lobby of FAH, in the north lobby t in bicycles, occe>sories ond opporel. SALES PARTS REPAIRS RENTALS Michael Malter, 2COM, Lan Lit. Margaret Marino, 4MCE, Education or Lan-Lit. Keith Mattson, 3POL-SPE, Soc. Science. "I don 'l know how one can vote on matters like this," he said. "These are not decisions nor mally made in the ballot box." Murphy, lPMS, Nat. Science. James Business. O'Neill, lBUS, Mitchell Pearl, 3COM, Lan-Lit. Robert Peterson, 3CHC, Nat. Science. Abbey Rosenfeld, 2PSY, Soc. Science. Richard Sarafan, 2DUS, Soc. Science. Henry Vandenbosche, lPOL, Soc. Science. Jonathan Weiss, lZOO, Nat. Science. Resolved for '74: To trim the cost of trimming (yourself and a friend). Bring your mother. daughter, neighbor, etc. At Elaine Powcni, you get personal attention every inch of the way. "Team Time" and modem machines make it fun. Unite! Guitars, Amps & Accessories At Discount Prices. Old And New Instruments CHARLIE'S' 4505 MUSIC s. Dale 2. forthe. pnofL wi... ..., .... ..... (a11,n.._,..., ... 6N). Elaine:f>ooftrs 8921 N. FLORIDA AVE 935-3156 {NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER) 415 S. DALE MABRY 879-5590

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10-THE ORACLE Center short of doctors but work pleases Stevens Oracle photos by Chris Malon Waiting for dad Stephanie (asleep) and Anita McDermott wait for their father and husband, Martie, 3 COM, in the Language-Literature lobby. Lobby furniture, including the vinyl couch pictured, were purchased as a project by the College Student Council. Film move Continued from page I. tanance of the program in what might be an unfriendly en vironment." Horsman said he had not been notified of the proposed move "until after the fact. said he supports the proposed move. "i support the move because the facuJty of the department support it. From the time I came in the faculty have felt film is going in an opposite direction from the rest of the depart ment," Sasser said. "He'll
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t: 4 S S It S { HELP WANTED ) MOTHER'S HELPER, 4 yr. old, Live-in, beach & some travel, sep. apt., minimum 1 yr., $65 per week, beginning May, 251-3736. WANTED: Photos and drawing for the cover of the SEAC calendar. Any persons in terested in submitting work should drop ii off at CTR 222 or contact Paul Rutledge. STUDENTS! Full or part time 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. STUDENTS wanted for permanent part time employment laking inventory in grocery and variety stores. Reply RGIS Inventory Specialists 5445 Mariner st: Rm. 208 Phone 879-3876. NEED mature responsible reliable person to maintain household with 2 children ages 4 & 7. 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. 3 to 4 evenings per week. Days vary wk. to wk. Must be able to transport children. ReferencEos please. $2.25 per hr. 935-1381. MALE School Club Leader to work with Elementary Scliool Age Children for YMCA. 10-15 hours per week. S2.00 per hour. Call Jerry Rupert 229-6517. ( FOR RENT 7Y2 MINUTES FROMUSF ) New complex on 5 acres. Children & pets welcome. No lease. 2 bedrooms, wall to wall carpet; drapes; central heat & air; unfurnished $155. Ph. 988-5263 days. 9885614 evenings & weekends. APT. for sub-let, l br. furn., $123 mo., call after 6:00, 971-4412, W. T. Ward Apts. FURNISHED townhouse. Share with responsible. male. Complete recreational facilities. Reasonable. 933-1589. TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES JAMAICA 9 day projects March break-4 credits, $320 and 13 days in June-5 credits, $385. USF faculty led. See K. Lupton, OCT Prog., FAO 122, Ext. 2536. Apply now -limited. 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. After 6:00 call 988-3435. Ask for Liz. CANOE RENTALS DAY OR WEEK 935-0018 LOSE WEIGHT, IMPROVE GRADES, QUIT SMOKING increasing self awareness and self improvement skills. Contact peer management at 2767. PREMEDICAL PRE DENTAL STUDENTS Have you been accepted to medical or dental school yet? If so you are eleigible to apply for a Navy medical scholarship which includes full tuition, s200 per year for books, and $400 per month spending money. Call 985"'1010 for complete info. U.S. Navy, 561h St. 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 actualize your potential. Call 877-6590 for further info. TESTS Got You Down? we can help you get over the test jitters. "Progress Through Hypnosis." Call for further Info. FREE weight loss program for USF students. Meetings will be on Thursdays at !!oon. Beginning Jan. 11. To sign up attend Introductory meeting in AOC 218 on Jan. 17 at noon. SPECIALIZED TYPIST IBM CORRECTING Selectric, carbon ribbon, pica or elite. Greek symbols. Exp. Turabian, Campbell, APA, etc. 5 min. from USF. Nina Schiro, 971-2139. If no answer, 235-3261. PHOTOGRAPHY Color and B&W portraiture. Reasonable prices. Phone 932-3291. (TV, RADIO, STEREO) HARMON-KARDON +so, (50 watts -RMS Stereo-Quad) List price 5270, now for $160. Also Stradivari speakers (2). Reg. S320, now $150 for both. Complete system for $300. 3 mos. old. Call Steve 974-6355, or see ( :::,,:T.::.E J f l Near U.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. 7'h per cent Mtge. $35,900. Owner 988-3896 or evenings 988-0063. REAi.ESTATE Fish Farms, Fish Camp, Commercial, Residential, Riverfront, Acreage, Apt. Complexes, Motels, a few of the categories we handle. Call us. Let us help. ELSIE PICKARD, INC., Phones 677-1677 & 677-1248. OPEN HOUSE Sunday Jan. 27th & Feb. 3rd 10:00 a.m.-5 p.m. 1925 1151h Ave. Corner 21st St. & 115th Ave. Beautiful five bedroom-two bath-split level home. Ideal for large family. Sale by owner. $65,000. Phone 879-5471. DATE MATCHING service. It's a simple, inexpensive and fun way to get acquain ted. For complete information, ap plication, write New Friends, P.O. Box 22693, Tampa, Florida 33622. ABORTION is safe. Abortion is legal. In Clearwater call toll free for information. Dial 1-800-432-3753. NEED one bedroom apartment near USF for around $75.00 per month, starting Feb. 1st. 932-2313. 300 AVAILABLE MEMBERSHIPS to the Gourmet Dinner Club at Holiday Inn. 2 dine for the price of 1. Enjoy 15 dinners for only $20.00. Membership good to Dec. 1, 1974. Call 626-5209, 985-2968. 1---------------------i I I I I 1 me S good friends 1 I I I I I I Come meet 20 of mine. I I I : A X A lrwites you to make a few good friends. I I I : INFIRMAR'f TAP East Fowler A'le. : I I I I I 7:00 I I I : Need a -Ride 6:4S UC Man I I I mm i APTS. & HOUSES TO SHARE I FEMALE roommate wanted nice 2 BR apt. near U.S.F. SSO a month plus utilities. Call after 9:30 p.m. 977-1889. FEMALE roommate wanted to share two bedroom Riverbrook apt. I pay more than half if you cook. Call after 5 at 239-1283 for details. MALE needs male roommate. S80 a month total, utilities incl., nice 2 BR, furn. trailer. Call Scott at 971-8592. 2 GIRLS, juniors need modern girl for 3rd roomle in 2 BR apt. VERY close to school. Call Janice 988-1943. 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 "9218, Tampa 33604. [ AUTOMOTIVE l '67 PLYMOUTH Valiant gas saver. A-C, Radio, heater, tape deck, $750.00 Bill Andrews Ext. 2719 USF, Home 238-3917. 1969 BMW 2002, white, 23-28 MPG, good condition. Call 677-1392 after 7 p.m. COUGAR, 1968, XR7, 302-2V, 4 spd, air, Keystone mags, blue with blue int. $950 Call Clearwater 442-7749 evenings. THE ORACLE -January 23, 1974 11 I LOST & FOUND ) .. C .. _M_oa_L_e_H_o_M_e_s ... )" LOST a ring? Call 447-7776 to identify women's ring found. FOUND: Grey striped female kitten with while collar. 971-1192. LOST: Book bag, Cale. & Physics books, glasses, pocket slide rule. Lost Jan. 19 8:00 a.m. on campus. Call 985-2177 after 5:00 p.m. REWARD! MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS I HONDA, 1972 Sl.350. Perfect for street or trail. $550 includes helmet. Call Clear water 442-7749 FOR SALE: 1973 65 fl. 2 BR, 2 BA, AC, skirt, patio roof, storage bids. Some furn. Poss Feb. 1st. $5795.00 terms. 626-5209, 985-2968. WOODED LOT for mobile home, 5 min. from USF, SSO monthly, includes water, sewer. Q11iet beautiful, boat ramp, fishing. Call Bob 988-4085. MOBILE HOME 12x60 2 bedroom, central air and heat. Completely set up In Paradise Village 4812A Valda Ln. $4,800 621-1656 or 626-7535. ( MISC. FOR SALE ) PORTABLE typewriter, Citation 2 SSO, excellent shape. Call 949-2660. tuat Juhiu OJrabiug
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12-THE ORACLE January 23, 1974 Policy plan stirs controversy E<:iitor's note: This is the first in a three. part analysis of the "Major Issues papers written by Dr. Joe Howell. v ice president for Student Affairs. BY JILL ,.\:\HO:\SO:\ Oracle Staff Writer The advocation of behavior shaping in a set of "working papers" prepared by the University Administration has stirred controversy on campus, following release by Bill Davis, SG president. The 27-page memorandum includes a cover sheet irom Vice President for Student Affairs Joe Howell to Student Affairs staff and directors; a section of "Major Issues," as described by Howell; a series of "Issues Listed by Student Affairs;" and "Issues submitted by various functional area heads plus their advisory student. committees." In '"'.\lajor Is sms Howell states .. ... we mu s t spend the energy to truly break down the suspicion of the students. faculty. and staff s0 we are able to call on the true talents of our a\'ailable human resources Perhaps the most contro\'ersial of Howell's behavior modification statements in the paper is his discussion of the science and a need to apply it to "our own daily The country has countless authorities-indeed we. too. have specialists-on. how to shape attitudes. perceptions. and behavior," he states. "Yet when and how much time do we spend in drawing on these resources to structure a way to truly shape behavior to build a community of trust and credibility ? Bill Davis ... questions intent Howell said Mopday. "Disciplines in which there are studies of human behavior should be taken advantage of to 1The policies and politics of tenure' will be discussed by faculty and administrators in an open forum today. il The panel will feature Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs, Faculty Senate Chairman Jesse Binford and others. The forum, sponsored by the Oracle in UC 251 East at 2 p.m., is open to the public. i 11 1stahlish a pronss to USP at this l 'ninrsity "l>il'Pl'tion rPf Prs to growing and dlnlopi n g ... hl' addl'd Thl' papl'r also stall' s in \'arious passagts. "Tlw uni\'t'rsity l'OllllllUnity must hl' told just what the go\'t'rnanl'l structure is ..... i':ducation i s based on tlw prem isl' that sonw Jll'oplt know llllll"l' about sonw things than do otlwr peoplt'. Thtrpfon'. to talk about a rtpresentati\'e-type proctss based on popular \'Oil' and not on l'Ompetl'lll 't' is counll 'l' to tlw purposl' of thl' uninrsity." draft a cltar donmwnt on thl' theory of gonrnanct' that ... stays away from tlw fact that all persons in tlw uni Vl'rsity art' eapablt of eontributing to every dlcision Sonw studPnt n vitwtrs Sl'l' tlw papers as an attPmpt by the Univl rsity to shapt' l'ommunily behavior and to diminish student services and Davis si distributing Geology lecture The Geology Department will sponsor two lectures this week featuring Dr Sam Upchurch, a Michigan Stale University geolog i st. Thursday. Upchurch will discuss "Computer Linked Terrain Analysis for Geologic Land Use" in CHE 20:!. l<'riday's topic will be "Trace Metals Sediment Interaction. This session will be held in CHE 111. Both lectures will be at 2 p.m [analysis J copil's of the memo to "Friends of USF." Davis said he thinks the papers "pntty clearly spell out the Administration s attitude tOward students. Financiers plan meet An organization al meeting of till' Studlnt Finance Association will hl' held Monday in BUS 318, a spokesman said yesterday. Tlw associat Ion has just for nwd and all Finance majors and pPrsons intensted in becoming finance majors are invited H.efrcshments will be served at !he meeting WIT'S END BAR 14905 Nebraska (2 miles north of Fletcher) OPEN 1 PM-1 AM BEER 15 cents l PM to 6 PM : !!! Hey Students !!! i AMERICAN OVERSEAS, j J LOOK j TRAVEL CORP. j I I & i : J : JJ JJ : i i NORTHWEST ORIENT j I Ski-A-Week. in Europe. I AIRLINES PRESENT. I LV. March 18, 1974 J Waikiki Pokole 7 days in Hawaii I *** R # Depart: Tampa -Mar. 17, 1974 *: eturn: March 26, 197 4 # Returni Tampa -Mar. 24, 197 4 t # Only $317.00 # Only: $475.51 inc. airfare : # FOR MORE DETAILS CONTACT: # Mail coupon to: OR STOP BY AND : : PICK UP YOUR # American Overseas Travel -American Overseas Travel FREE VANDA : Adm. 102, 4202 Fowler Ave. f Adm. 102, 4202 Fowler Ave. ORClllD AND # T # Tampa. 33620 PH. 97 4-2695 f ampa, 33620. PH. 97 4-2695 BRO(]IURE # HUHRY! Limited number of seats available f : Please send me info on Ski-A-Week. Please send me info on a week in Hawaii. # f NAME : : NAME : PH : # ADDRESS PH : CITY ZIP STATE #: CITY ZIP STATE : Based on New York G.I.T. ...


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