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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 )
Wright, Sandra ( Managing editor )
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The Oracle continues Tampa times (USF Campus edition) and is continued by USF oracle.
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Published history is Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 6, 1966) -- Vol. 23, no. 144 (Oct. 22, 1987)

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Dancers perform 1Serpentina' work 1n ballet tonight See story on page 7 ta1tsday's ORACLE Jan. 29, 1974 Vol. 8, No. 102 12 pages Horsman may quit as USF film head BY Si\NIHli\ WHIGHT Oracle Managing Editor Dr. David Horsman, head of the Mass Communications Department film sequence, said yesterday he is considering quitting USF following a proposal lo move his discipline to the College of Fine Arts. Horsman said he will "assess the possibilities" of leaving the University "over the next tw_ o weeks" and then decide. He cited lack of cooperation from other areas in the department and "hostility" from various USF personnel as his reasons. faculty felt Horsman had been uncooperative with them. He said the film sequence had not "supported other areas" but had tended toward entertainment films. Howell ruled law' WHENEVER I asked for cooperation .. .! never once got cooperation from any of the other sequences," Horsman said. "As far as Dr. (Pete) Sasser a\'id. a l lSF Sl'nior Engimlring major. and Fn'd. who nn'in'd his LISF degn'e in J\larketing in l!lli!l and did graduatt' work here. \ :\lt-::\IOHL\L scholarship fund has hl'l'n t'stablislwd I hrough t lw \ lnin'rsity. In lil'U of 1hose who wish may 111ak1 rontributions to t l11i\'!'rsit : indicating tlw Clyde llill sd10la1ship fund Clwcks :J1011ld b( to Frank Jnin. 11ffin of Finanec and .-\c 01111l111g Pres. Bill Davis again reopened a complaint Salcines' office had rejectetl concerning a letter written by USF Vice President for Student Affairs Joe Howell. Davis asked Sa!cines' office to order release of the document written by Howell. THE ST.\TE ATTOH:\EY'S office last month said Howell was in compliance with Florida Statute I HJ. which requires public docunwnts to be open. but reope1wd in\'estigation after Da\'is. citing a court case and later discussions from Dep. State Gl'n. Barry Richard as t\idl'nn restated his complaint. Asst. State Atty. Wayne Timnwrman said his office will not take act ion but Dmis could ";\\ail himself of ci\il authority." Davis said he is waiting for the State Cabitw! to act on the issue. Hll'll.\HH recently said Atty. (;t'll. Holwrt She\'in will ask the Florida Cabirwt to order all state unin'rsity officials to oprn filrs in accordance with the law. This. according to Hil'hard. would incl udl' l'lll ploye e\' al ua t ions which arc now closed to the public. [)a,is said hp would be disappointed if the cabinet fails to take action on tlw matter "[will tlwn file a ci,il suit as a taxpaying citil.l'n." Da,is said. S(; ltaders haH' also asked Sakirws offict' tn inn'stigatl' l"SF officials rl'fusal to allow cl'rtain ll'tters to ht' Xl'roxed. This. Timnwrman said. is :i "muted issue Ho\\l'H'r. he said lw plans to in,estigate the m;1 t ter. Sasser, however, said other THE PROPOSAL from the Continued on page 10 Fish off to jail Oracle photo by Chris Matone In an effort to determine the species of a group of fish, Lt. Barry Cook of the Florida Game and Freshwater Fish Commission brought the unknown creatures to Tom Beck, a zoology graduate student, for classification. Beck found them to be Tllapla, a species illegal to possess without a special permit.

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2 -THE ORACLE January 29, 1974 I Nixon asks more VA benefits I WASHINGTON Hundreds of volunteers on foot horseback and trail bikes fanned out through an eight square-mile area of houses intermingled with tracts of heavily-wooded palmetto scrub and undergrowth yesterday looking for a missing old child,. Leading one of the search parties was truck driver Verrion Alred, father bf the missing child, Matthew the yongest of his four children Young ciisappeared Sunday evening after wandering away from his yard. apparently in quest of ice cream.. .. .. Daylight session T ALLAH ASS EE t {)Pl l Opposition to repealing Sa\'ings Time in most of Florida. if it"s going to mean the state can t return to it this summer. de\ eloped in the House yesterday on thl' l'\'(' of a special session of tlw l! ousl' Speak er I S!ssums calll'd his leadl'rship together to alternatives, including a bill that would attempt to repeal only wiriter DST Petition to run TALLAHASSEE A Ho. use subcommittee yesterday passed a bill replacing a .. co11rse that compares Americanism and .with a course em' phasizing the 'positive of the free enterprise .system,. A 'teacher spokesman opposed the bill as an attempt to "brainwash'; students with a one picture ; rather Hrnn letting them sec both sides objectively Cookies ar,d g"'s :\II A'.\ll 1 CPI r .An Internal Ht!\'Cne Seri/ice spokesrri an said a ".\Iiaini filling station ope .rator wtio required : motorists to huy a hox :of GiiI Scout cookies in rirder to get a full tank of gasolin< mday through Friday, during the academic year pr>riod Septembef through mid.June; twice during the.ar;.ademic year period mid. June: through August. by the Univer-,ity of South Florida. 4202 Fowler Ave Tampa. Fla ])620. Opinions <:11:prt:s st-d 1n The Oracle are those of tne editors or of the wri t e r and not those of the.University of South Florida. Address correspondence to The Oracle, LAN "72. Tampa, Fla. 3 3620 Second class postage paid a t T ampa. Fla. The Oracle reserves thC'. r ight to regulate the typographical tonf' of all advertisements and re:vi s e or turn away copy i t considers ob1ect1onable Programs. and facll1t1es of the Univer sity of South Florida are available to all on a non. d 1scr1m1natory bas is without rc-gard to race. color, r eligion, sex, age or national o r 1 q1n Thi:; un.vc-rs1 t y is an affirmative action Equal Opportunity Employer. The a ddres s, at 9 p .m. EDT Wednesd a y will be Nixon's first speec h to a joint session of Congress si n ce June 1 1973 when he returned from his Soviet summit in Moscow. It comes at a tiine when a committee of Congress is considering whether to bring formal impeachment charges against him as a result of Watergate. Im peach vote set WASHINGTON CHRISTIAN SUPPLIES Judiciary Committee votes a gainst it. Hawaii rations gas HONOLULU (UPI) Motorists with even-numbered lic ense plates had no trouble filling up yesterday as Hawaii began the nation 's first man datory gasoline rationing plan Uncrowded service stations were in sharp co ntrast to cars lin ed up for blocks and drivers sleeping in autos overnight while trying to buy gas at fuel s hort stations in recent weeks. Occasional fights, arrests and even shootings broke out before the gas plan came into effect. Car thefts and gasoline prices soared !!JOBS!! Salesmen wanted for Oracle Advertising Staff Paid part time positions. 16 hrs. per week. No experience necessary. Also, part time typist needed. 16 hours per week. .Ask for Tom Wallace Apply Language Literature Rm. 472 Bunk-Up Lrutse lOllth Fare Sl9S

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THE ORACLE -January 29, 1974 3 Lan-Lit bo: ok list to be posted oraCie Statf'Writef Lists of courses offered in the College of Language and Literature will be available to students for use before Qtr. 3 registration; Mark Levine, SG vice president, said yesterday. When Qtr. 3 schedules are released students may go to the department offering the course he is interested in and ask to see the list. THE LISTS will be offered as a result of a SG proposal last spring to the Council of Deans .:Department cnairmen arid De8.n'?1iilip Rice agreed to implementthe list on a trial basis. The lists may be used in other colleges "if enough students will utilize the service in Lan-Lit," said. "We (SG) will evaluate the program after Qtr. 3 and we hope to show the Council of Deans it will merit use all over campus," he said. The lists will be helpful to students in two ways, Levine said. "IT WILL give students insight USF hosts ASEE meet USF will co-host a conference for representatives from the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) and national industry at the Clearwater Beach Hilton Thursday through Saturday, a spokesman said yesterday The conference will allow educators and industry people to discuss mutual"problems, Dr Ed Kopp dean of Engineering, said Kopp will chair a panel discussion on women and minority groups in engineering educ a tion "Industry is scre aming for women and black engineers," Kopp said. I Food gets cover Pastry sale procedure in the campus snack bars has been corrected to comply with Hillsborough County m Health Department regulations The Oracle last rcportld the snack bars were ,_.. selling uncovered pastry in violation of county health and sanitation regulations Housing and f<'ood Director Hay King said then he would snack bar personnel to comply with regulations I The pastries. now displayed on trays with transparent. heavy plastic covers and served with longs had been sold from uncovered cardboard boxes and trays. I Health Department regulations require food to bl' protected from contamination. m 11' F i Writers study trade at ineetii1g A s piring writers from all walks of life attend e d a "how -to-write" c onference at USF's B a y Campus Friday and Saturda y Following a welcoming s p e ech by St. Pete r s burg Mayor Ran dolph W e dding not e d a uthor s a n d e dit ors co ndu c t e d w ork s h o ps ins u c h areas as nove l s. poet ry. artic l es, new jo u r n a lism and s c i e n ce fict ion. Speakers for the two-day eve n t inclu d e d John Alle n ass istan t Managing Editor of R ea d e r 's Digest; Joseph Hayes. best selling novelist and playwright: Damon Kn_ ight, sci e nce fiction wri ll'r: and .John Ba rth. profl s sor of Engli s h al John llopkins l!ninr sily. into the rial F.. .. r .. '. h .. :._e reqired alS9. enables .students .. t<> find Also part of the original spmeplace other than the campus. proposal was a request,. for Textbook Center from which to student access to important purchase the texts," he said. course information, Levuie said. In some cases, Levine said, the THE PROPOSAL asked course cost of the text is also on the list. objectives, the length and This would be the tentative cost numbers of papers required, the 8h'en, anctany (such as "atteh$nce. at speeches or mandatOry class attendance) be available to students beforf. SG .is still working on the other parts of the proposai, Levine said; Oracle photo. by Chris Malone Representative of Language Literature student council, ... speaks on idea of having a college book list. Councils talk of synopsis, proposed mailbox move BY TONY BHIGGS Oracle Staff Writer The Student Council of L anguage-Literature met in formally yesterday for the spcond straight week because only four of its 18 members were pnsenl. However. the council did discuss the possibility of issuing a course synopsis of all courses offered in the College of Language-Literature for Qtr. 3 TIIE SYNOPSIS would include the course. instructor. texts required. price of texts and requirements of the students who lake the class. The council decided to leave out an evaluation of the in sl ructor. which had been proposed earlier, because members said it might be or inaccurate Catherine Sanders. l:}dvisor to the College of Language Literalure allended the meeting and said she heartily supports the idea and urged the council to begin the synopsis as soon as. possible The Student Advison Board o t Busi ness i;ll't1 f<'riday and the main topil' o f discuss ion was. thl.' proposld rl.'n\ov.11 of thl' mailbox at the northeast corner of SOC. The Board members had asked the mailbox be moved between SOC and BUS but upon investigation the group found the Postal Ser vice plans to remove it because too m ariy people are using it for campus mail. Council members said they feel it is needed THE BOARD also discussed taking further action in getting the bottom floor of the Business building enclosed because it is now a "wind trap. USF DANCE DEPT DANCE CONCERT Theatre 8::JO pm Tues .. \\rd. Jan. 29. 30 fulltime-students others '-

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4 -THE ORACLE Sensitivity good for relations January 29, 1974 The Oracle strongly endorses the sensitivity training program for University Police officers As proposed, the program will attempt to confront officers with situations they are likely to encounter working in a university environment. WHILE AN understanding of human relations is vital to every policeman, we feel it is extremely essential for campus officers The University community could be a more pleasant place in which to live and work if dealings between police and students were viewed on a basis of both parties being human beings not op posing foes, and it i s important polic e officers maintain a n attitude of serving and prot e cting people WE FEEL progres s has been made in recent months toward improving police-community r e lations and we hope this program will prove beneficial to the police department and to those they serve It is unfortunate USF experienced a period of harassment and mutual an tagonism between the campus secui:ity force and faculty and students. Perhaps programs like this and continuing communication between police and other segments of the community will prevent further problems Paul Uravich .. s1ans pro2ram f ditorials and letters Library noises bother readers s G self-defense has conditioning Editor : I would like to commerit on your article regarding the Wo.men's self defense class : As instructor of the class I must disagree with Mr. Heeschen's statement that the course gives "little attention to physical conditioning and avoidance technique." I feel these are the two most important aspeets of the course. Women's self-defense somehow gives the impression of hardness and masculinity and unfortunately this tends to create a misunderstanding among the_public. It may be clearer to letters policy The Oracle welcomes letters to the editor on all topics. All letters must be signed and include the writer's student classlflea.tlon .&nd telephone number. Letters will be limited to 1$0 words. say that women':; self-defense includes physical culture and calisthenics as well as self-defense THE OBJECTIVES of martial arts have always been to defend oneself and not to attack others, and in the case of women's self-defense this is especially true. If the physically weaker woman contests the attacks of a ruffian with physical force it is almost impossible for her to defend herself. When attacked it is possible to easily escape from danger throilgh knowledge of self-defense; so by all means the fundamentals of self-defense should be ready for application at all times. The comparative weakness of a woman in protecting herself frorri a more powerful opponent must be offset by her quick and especially accurate techniques in attacking the vital points. In order to achieve this, one mtist practice regularly; otherwise, during emergencies one might hesitate or become excited and increase the danger instead of avoiding it. This type of training is also an excellent form of healthful exercise as it actively uses alJllosi all parts of the body. 3COM ORACLE VALERIE WICKSTROM SUE THOMPSON Advertising Man .ager ANPA Paceina ker Award 1967, 1969 SDX Mark of Excellence 1972 : : : ; : / \ \RIGHT '.\lanaging Editor ACP' AIJ.Ainerican since 1967, BRUCE HADDOCK Editorial Assistant Robin Clark Photo Editor ....... ... i .. La,out Editor ................ .' .. .. : : ....... Dave Moormann Editor .. .. : ................... ..... :Wike Kaszuba Entertainment i-:ditors .................... Anne Laughlin Heather Shields Copy Editor .................................. Jean Trahan ,\d,iser .............. ....................... Leo Stalnaker phones-974-2619, 2842 2398 DEADLINES: General news 3 p.m. daily for following day i ssue. Adver!ising (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 two days before publication in person or by m,ail with payment enclose d Advertising rates on request, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p m Sto r ies and pictures of interest to students may be submitted 10 the Oracle in LAN 469 or the suggestion boxes in the Library and UC Homecoming activities promoted Editor: We would like to take this time to apologize for the in convenience and disappointment we all felt when the Homecoming band couldn't find it in their hearts to grace us with their presence. Such problems are often impossible to foresee. We apologize to Mr. Richman and Mr Dougherty who, in last Wednesday's paper, complained of the lack of activities being offered during Homecoming. We are disappointed they 'didn't manage to become involved. To those of you who were in volved, who went to the lectures, dances, concerts, circus per formances, frisbee tournament, pep rally, and motorcade, we thank you. We feel with the money, manpower, and time available, we did the best job possible. If you don't agree, get in touch. We start plans for next year's Homecoming next quarter. Hope to see as many of you that were dissatisfied with this activities at out first D'leeting. Homecoming COriuriittee, 1974 Phyllis Marshall, co:ehairman Editor: I know I'm not complaining to the correct place but the reference room of the library should be a quiet place for students to study since we cannot check out the books in there. Every day I go to read reference material and there is some kind of noise going on it s not from the students -if it were the librarians would shut us up The noise comes from maintenance work or jus t men putting in shelves etc in the library Students cannot concentrate and study correctly. Is there something or someone who can help the USF students study more quietly'? Barbara J. Clawson lEDS Candidates broadcast ideas today Campaign platforms of SG presidential and vice presidential candidates will be broadcast today on WUSF-TV and WUSF FM. Channel 16 will show the candidates beginning with those running for vice president at 6 p.m. Nominee5 for president will follow at 7 pin. WUSF-FM 89.7, will air vice president platforms.from 9: 30 10 a.m. "Presidential candidate views will be broadcast from 6:30 -7 p.m. Wednesday's Oracle will include publication of the can-didates' platforms. Briggs: some grads not by rule Editor: -Please correct as soon as possible the statement attributed to me which was used as the head for the story about graduate students Thursday on page 3. It read "Briggs: some grads unfit I This public document wai promulgated at an annual cost of $148,696.45 or 9c per copy, to disseminate news to the students, staff and faculty of the University of South Florida. A requirements. Under this rule, a student may be admitted only if the department concerned believes, on the basis of other evidence, he has the ability to do the job. This is a good rule for it permits us to offer to educationally disadvantaged (often minority) people a chance they would otl!erwise be denied Dr. John Briggs Graduate Studies Director

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Mackey rejects proposal asking public meetings THE ORACLE;.,.._ January 29, 1974 Classifieds Ph. 974-2620 USF Pres. Cecil Mackey, in a letter to SG Pres Bill Davis, has rejected an SG proposal requesting all University DOONESBURY I'/1 UXJK, 81/T IF YOV l)(JN'r /.AOY I HA'lfi AN Al/PlfNa, :t CAM8 Y()(J'U ..1lJST HAV6 AU 1H6 10 "'4fr. PtlfASE 11/AY rli!JM A seAT IN /.iJVISY/t.LE! SPtCIAL I INT9fi5!5 lllflTIN6 /WOM.. I INGMAR BERGMAN'S CRIES AND WHISPERS councils arid standing com mittees to open their meetings to the public The prop!ll>al, submitted .. to by Garry Trudeau .AN Af/{)ftNCE? .,. or ((J(//!E/ HIS CZARSHIP /SA 81/SY AVPi&Na!. I rAMlllJ'f A 5P6C/At 1HIS CONC/i?N5 1HAT'5 AtJ,, AM&R!CANSl IA/HAT 1116YAL/.. I SAY. !IX'r! ROGER CORMAN presents A NEW WORLD PICTURES RELEASE TO:\IGHT: Tues. Jan. 29 7 &: 9::Jo p.m. LP; lOJ 81.()() Film Art Series Mackey 2, 1W3, states opening meetings II}ight "dispe!l the general. atmosphere of distrust that appears to exist on campus ... and will tend to encourage people to become in the work of the committee.'' MACKEY STATED in his letter he believes more effective work can be conducted if meetings remain closed The committee structure, Mackey said, is flexible enough to deal with si)ecial cases. The proposal stated when meetings are dosed ... com. mittees have a greater porturiity to niake poor or .unpopular decisions without the reascins for those decisfons being known to tho5e who lives are affected by them. If committees realize the manner in which they are making decisions (and the reasons for those decisions) are subject to public scrutiny they will tend to make better and more responsible decisions.' VICE PRESIDENT for Student Affairs Joe Howell said he agrees committee meetings should be closed to the public. "I think for a committee to be most effective," .Howell said, "it must have the privilege of being private in its deliberations Without the fear evecyiing the members say will be publicized." Howell said he thinks agendas of prospective issues should be publicized. "ONE OF THE 10 BEST FILMS OF 197.1" '"PLAYTIME' IS JACQUES TA TI'S MOST BRILLIANT FILM." -Vincent Canby, New York Times "JACQUES TATI'S 'PLAYTIME' IS TO BE CHERISHED. TATI IS ONE OF THE FuNNIEST MEN IN THE WORLD." -Penelope Gilliatt, New Y0rker "COMPLETELY DELIGHI'FUL. TATI Is A MASTER. DAZZLING COMEDY." -Judith Crist, New York Sy ... ( First Area Showing Thurs. Jan. :Sl 7 & 9:30 LAN 103 $1.00 Filni Art Series ''A complex, intricate work that confi.rms Robert Altman's position as one of the most important American directors of our time." --RI C H AR D SC HI CKE L Lile SUSANNAH YORK o f the Best A ctre s s A w ard a l the Cannes Film Festival n u JI /.Uf3ERJO N O I S MARC E L BOZZUFFI. HUGH MILLAIS. CATHRYN HARRISON /\ S G A f E FILM L T D THE HEMDALE GROUP LTD Production F'rrxJ ur ,c:d l:i'; f O MMY THOMPSO N Wr itte n a nd Directed b y ROBERT ALTMAN First Area Showing J 1 JI. l Wcdncs.lay Jan. 30 7::10 & 9:30 p.m. LAN 103 $1.00 Film Art Series 5

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8 --THE ORACLE Orcle photo by Ooc Pllrker HEW visit 1successful' Although U S Department of Health Education and Welfare
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THE ORACLE -January 29, 1974 7 Students offer multimedia dance Multimedia work, neoclassical ballet and ballroom dancing are part of a potpourri Dance Department concert to be per formed tonight and tomorrow in the TAT. Student and faculty dancers will perform group and solo works choreographed by dance instruCtors and a student. possibly run too far." The neocla ssical ballet, "Serpentina, is choreographed by Haydee Gutierrez of the faculty. It stresses fluid i ty and continuity of movement and students Lucretia Boyle Debbi Friedman and Ann Martin Faculty member Chase Robinson's work Sextet for Twelve -how to increase your FTE, based on the movements of social dancing, will be per formed to music by Scott Joplin, played by pianist Wayne Leonard "Summer Lion," choreographed and performed by instructor Carol Ann Turoff, treats the image of a lion as a metaphor for movement. It features live music created by student cellist Tim Anderson. Rug's "Alone" will be per formed on alternate evenings by student soloists Debbie and Robin Sussex Student Choreographer -dancer Robert Bullock will portray his interpretation of inner freedom in "Freedom." The work combines vibrant motion, the sounds of Edgar Winter's "Free Ride and the garb of a motorcyclist. Curtain time is 8 :30 p.m. Reserved seat tickets are $2. Full-time USF students are $1. Tickets are available at the Theatre box office. "Treadmill," a multimedia piece choreographed by Dance Department Chairman William Hug, presents seven dancers, a long-distance runner, and a myriad Qf slides, mobiles, Bergman film set WANTED 7 NEW SEAC ASSOCIATES photographic blowups, live sound by Hilton Jones, and other media influences. It concerns, says Hug, :conscious and unconscious thoughts of a runner who has Ingmar Bergman's 1972 film "Cries and Whispers" will be presented tonight at 7:30 and 9:30 p m in LAN 103 by the Florida Center for the Arts Cooke featured in free musicale Anthony Cooke soloist and principal celli!>t of the London Mozart Players will be featured in a duo recital with pianist Armin Watkins of the USF Music Department faculty. The free performance will take place tonight, at 8 :30 p m. in FAH 101. Tryouts replace UC jam session The electric jam session scheduled tonight In the U C ballroom has been cancelled and replaced with Campus Talent Auditions to be held Thursday Persons interested in trying out for future SEAC employment should sign up before 5 p.m. Thursday in UC 222. Auditions will be 8 p m. Jan. 31 in the Empty Keg. The program includes three traditional works and one con temporary piece: Bach s Suite for Unaccompanied Cello in D No. 6;" Beethoven's "Sonata in C Major, Op 102, No. I ; Schubert's "Sonata 'Arpeggione for Cello in Piano;" and Mar l inu s Variations for C ello and Piano." Australian-born Cooke, son o f USF facult y member and c e llis t, N e lson Cooke, frequentl y p e r forms recitals and concerts in England. Among his rece nt honors was his selection by the Greater London Association for the "Young Musicians '73 Sch e me." Watkins who is a tal e nt e d vio linist as well as pia nist h as 5 i v en solo perform a nce s and recitals with major or c h estras in t he U .S. and Europe. H e pla y s v iolin with the USF Facult y String Q u a rt e t. BIRDSONG VOLKSWAGEN TAMPA'S FULL SERVICE V W DEALERSHIP" NEW & USE D CAR SALES PARTS SERVICE MODERN PAINT & BODY SHOP (WE REPAIR ALL MAKES & MODELS) GAS SHORTAGE T?? ? T NOT WHEN YOU BLIY A NE\\ OR llSE D VOLKSWAG01' FROM BIRDSONG VOLKSWAGEN UP TO 26 MILES PER GAL. ECONOMY CAR VW'S TOYOTAS VEGAS PINTOS HORNETS -MG'S BIRDSONG VOLKSWAGEN. 11333 NO. FLA AVE. PH: 9 : t l-281 I (FLORIDA AT FOWLER) Starring Harriet Anderson, Ingrid Thulin, Liv Ullman and Karen Sylwan, the film explQres the lives of four women, showing their feminine psyches. Admission to "Cries a:nd Whispers" is $1, available 45 minutes before showtime ICas Dave Heinz Imports Sales Service Parts 238 8485 1101 E. Hillsboro. Ave. I 1. President 3. P 'ublicity 2. Budgetary Officer 4. Maj0,r Events 5. Campus Entertainment 6. University Community 7 Cultural Arts & Education $250 to $325 per-quarter Applications available CTR 222 & UC desk Application deadline; Fridayl Feb. 8, 1974 5 p.m. For further information contact SEAC Office Ext. 2637 CTR 222 = So Many Ways to Speak of Love ... Messages can be casuat sincere, humorous, dramatic, light, flowery, shy, formal, traditional. Whatever your style, we have Hallmark cards that speak of love the way you prefer, for Thursday Fe b 14. USF BOOKSTORE I

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8-THE ORACLE January 29, 1974 USF cagers vault to 9-8 Skip Miller ... clutch cager BY PAMJONES Oracle Sports Writer After getting off to a slow start, USF s Golden Brahmans came back to defeat Long Island University 67-(j5 Saturday night. The winning margin came on two free throws by Skip Miller with only seven seconds left to play Coach Don Williams said he "knew Skip could make the free throws LONG ISLAND'S Blackbirds tried to put more pressure on Miller by calling a time out after he hit on the first shot. "Skip is a good man in clutch situations, said Williams Leon Smith was the top point man for the Brahmans, hitting Athletic Council reduces head coaching applicants USF s Athletic Council took its first step towards finding head basketball coach Don Williams' successor yesterday when the council screened out four-fifths of the applicants submitted it. Vice president for Student Affairs, Dr Joe Howell, said he and athletic director, Dr. Richard Bowers; brought "between 25 or 26" applications before the Council's 4 p .m. session "We reviewed all of them (applications),'' Howell said. "We agreed not to release any names to protect those in volved ... when I left at about 5 : 15 they had it down to five or six Howell said some of the remaining applicants would be invited lo USF lo be interviewed "We won' l invite them in order of priority, but on their availability We'll invite al least two or three Deadline for appiications is Feb. 15. for a total of 21 points. Ih rebounding, Gerald Long pull e d in 13 for the s econd gam e in a row while Arthur Jones had 12. Top scorer for the Blackbirds was c e nter Ruben Rodriguez, with 20 points, whom Williams c a lled a big, strong player : USF llEIHC/\TED Saturday's game to senior John Kiser who was in Indiana for his father s fun ere 1 Kiser is expected to meet the team in Rhode Island when they go on the road this weekend According to Williams Kiser's absence affected the team emotionally "Skip (Miller) and Jack (James) realized more than the others the game would be tougher than they had been able to prepare for psychologically, Williams said. The next game for the Brah mans will b e Wednesday night whe n they will hos t Athletes in Action at Curti s Hixon Hall. DONATE ON A REGULAR BLOOD PLASMA PROGRAM AND RECEIVE UP TO $45 A MONTH BRING STUDENT ID OR THIS AD AND RECEIVE A BONUS WITH YOUR FIRST DONATION HYLAND DONOR CENTER 238 Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Fla. 33602 appointment available to fit your. class Monday through Friday call 253-28214 WHIPPING POST NOW PLAYING -THE f'LAMING DANGER BROTHERS HAPPY HOUR EVERY TUES. & THUR. P.M. 104 DRAFT. GIRLS FREE TUES. THRU THUR. FLA. A VE. NORTH OF FLETCHER

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King of the Hill USF"s rugby club found themselves on the bottom of the hill looking up Saturday when the Tampa Bay club handed the Brahmans a 12-5 beating. The club will meet Pensacola this weekend. Oracll! photo by Randy Baron THE ORACLE -January 29, 1974 9 Brahmans bow, set. marks BY PAM JONES Oracle Sports Writer Although th e USF swim team lost both of their mee t s this past weekend Co. ach Bob Grindey says he is pleased with the team s performance. In Friday' s meet with LSU, two Brahman swimmers set new LSU pool marks. John Connelly swam the 1000-yard freestyle event in 10:01.15, which is also a new USF varsity record In the 200-yard individual medley Jack Gibbs swam a 2:01.96. IN ADDITION, Scott Koznar set a new varsity record in the 200-yard backstroke event, which he went on to break Saturday against Tulane. According to Grindey diver Alan Ross was "LSU' s most out standing performer The LSU m ee t was held at an outdoor pool in wha t Grindey describ ed as "cold rainy wea ther t e rrible m ee t con dition s The fina l sco r e was LSU fil USF' 52. S a tur day t h e team trav e l ed to Tulan e w h e r e t h ey did mu c h better tha n ex p ec t ed agains t t h e Green W ave, l osing 69-44 BUZZ S 'l'i\(;(; o f Tulane was the big winn e r t aking three events. S tag g i s r anke d 1 3 th in the world in th e 200-yard but terfly. Grindey s aid he believed a big factor m the record-breaking limes was the fact the team shaved themselves before the trip "Shaving is a psychological lift he said. "It makes you feel as though you're moving through the water smoother." The team was disappointed they lost the two meets, but were not disappointed with their times "We felt it was a good effort," said Grindey. "The team had two very fine performances." GRINDEY SAID swimming against tough competition helps the team to get better times "We 're still shooting for some boys to make the nationals," he said. This weekend Grindey's team goes on the road again, this time to take on Georgia Southern and the University of South Carolina. Grindey expects the team to win at Georgia Southern on Friday, and says, "If. we swim the way we swam Jast weekend we'll make it a good meet at South Carolina Village Prescription Center THE ONLY PHARMACY IN TOWN WITH STUDENT, STAFF, & FACULTY DISCOUNT ON Rx's 10938 N. 56th St. Phone 988-3896 Fraternity House Barbershop (Sebring Certified) (Unisex Shop) SHA GS STYLING LA YER CUTS RAZOR CUTS PH-971-3633 Appointments Available Hours daily 9-6 thurs.Etfri 9-ZOO 13520 UNIVERSITY PLAZA & 4803 BUSCH PLAZA Iota I stops Eta 11 CAMPUS TALENT AUDITIONS Bl E's Greg McMu:-trle ... shoots over B4E American Nlmo 1-'lip t forfeit Loslrs Andros 1-;TA I 57 Iota I 67 1-:ta I 5 : 1 Iota III Argos B:IW :10 A:IW :l!l A4W AIW
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10-.THE ORACLE January 29, 1974 f l bullttin. board TODAY Yoga Cl\Jb Yoga. Elut>. wiil meet Jan. 29 and 31 at 6 7:30 p.m. ln GYM for their weekly sessions. University Chapel Fellowship The Fellowship will meet Jan. 29 at the Feliowship.:at-ci:JO p.m. for Bible Study and 7: JO p.m. for Godspell rehearsal. Anyone is welcome to at.tend and there is a special need for a drummer with a trap set. College Republican Club The College Republican Club will meet Jan. 29 at 6:30 p.m. in UC 215. All are invited to attend. Microbiology Club The Microbiology Club will meet Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. in SCA 204 to hear Dr. Betz speak pn "Microbiological Asp.eels of Land Spreading Sewage Wastes." All interested students are invited. MSIA The; Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness will meet Jan. 29 at 8 p.m. in uc 158 for a Seminar on "Soul Tran. scendance." A tape of Sir John-Roger Hinkins will be played. Anyone is welcome and there is an optional donation of Sl. Call Light Center 877-9172 for details. Phi" Chi Theta Phi Chi Theta will meet Jan. 29at 2 p.m. in BUS 109 for a weekly meeting. All women in Business are invited to attend. Baptist Campus Mini>try The Baptist Campus Ministry announces the arrival of ITCH beginning Feb. 3-9. USF Fencing Club Fencing Club will .. meet Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the USF GYM Fencing room for a general practice. Any interested people, experienced or not, are welcome. WEDNESDAY Women's Center At the Women's Center Jan. 30 at 8 p.m. in UC 225-E Fran Davin, from League of Women Voters, will speak about the Equal Rights Amendment, regarding who it affects and what it is. Discussion will follow. Anyone is welcome. Ancient Studies League Ancient Studies League will meet Jan. 30 at 2 p.m. in LAN 462 to hear Dr. Anna Motto speak on "The Classics at the Rubicon" and Horsman Continued from page I. deans of Language-Literature and Fine Arts, is under con sideration by Academic Affairs. Yesterday, Dr. William Scheurle, assistant :Vlce president for Academic Affairs, said Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs plans to outline his views on the proposal and ask for reactions from faculty involved. Scheuerle said some of the equipment, given to USF by the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare
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12-THE ORACLE January 29, 1974 Picasso contributors rewarded BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer What are the rewards of con tribut i ng to the USF Picasso fund besides making a "commitment to the arts" and an income tax deduction? A gift of $100 or more entitles the contributor to a gold and rhinestone tie tack replica of the Picasso statue "This is one of several forms of gift recognition we have Terry Edmunson, executive director o f the USF Foundation, said. THE STATUE, Bust of a Woman ," is sl a ted for con struction on thd USF campus after $500,000 in private con tributions are received USF, Georgia Tech discussing joint .PhD Edmunson said he does not foresee any more Picasso jewelry This is our unisex jewelry," he said "It's meant for anyone." A CONTRIBUTOR may also receive a color photograph of "Bust of a Woman" superim p'.lsed behind the trees near the Life Science Building Discussions between USF and Georgia. Tech ,9fficials could reswt in a joint engineering PhD program, Dr Merle Donaldson, chairman of Electrical Engineering at USF, said yesterday. Donaldson stressed the conversations have been "exploratory" and no decision has been made. The chairman of the Electrical Engineering Department of Georgia Tech and two of the senior faculty were at USF to discuss the subject last Wed nesday Donaldson said "I expect a response from them in about a month," he said. Engineering Dean Edgar W. Kopp said the College of Engir.cering has only one limited PhD program consisting of 13 students acquired by USF when Florida State University's PhD program was ended. Kopp said a joint program with Georgia Tech would be desirable because each school has facilities the other lacks. USF's medical and oceanographic f!lcilities would aid Georgia Tech's program, he said. If the initial program works, it may be expanded to other engineering areas, Kopp said Edmunson said officials at tempted to make the photograph look like the statue will appear on campus A larger contribution entitles the giver to a photographic copy of the agreement Picasso made with USF officials, Edmunson CAMPUS CYCLERY BICYCLE CLINIC-BRING YOUR SICK BIKE TO US. BICYCLE SALES AND REPAffiS HOURS: 10-6, 10-5 SAT. 5224 FOWLER 988-9316 1hMile East From USF entrance said a picture of a model ot the s tatue with Picasso's signature on the side. The whole package" is awarded to donors of $10,000 or more, he said The contributor rec eive s the tie tack and both photographs. "People like to ha\'l' something to show they con tributed to the fund," Edmunsori said T H E 0 R I E S: 1. WUSF equality in programming 2. Published faculty evaluations 3. Improve student-police relations 4. Legal aid referral service 5. An energetic, sensitive S. G. ELECT MIKE EINSTEIN STUDENT GOVT. VICE PRESIDENT t !!! -Hey Students !!! : AMERICAN OVERSEAS : i LOOK it{\ TRAVEL CORP. t.i\ I r r : :')-" I ,r I A & A i NORTHWEST ORIENT Ski-A-Week in Europe. AIRLINES PRESENT. LV. M:irch 18, 197 4 Waikiki Pokole 7 days in Hawaii : : Depart: Tampa -Mar. 17, 1974 : Return: March 26, 1974 Return: Tampa_ Mar. 24, 1974 I Only $378.00 : Only: $475.51 inc. airfare I FOR MORE DETAILS CONTACT: f Mail coupon to: OR STOP BY AND O PICK UP YOUR American Overseas Travel American verseas 'l.ravel FREE VANDA I A.dm. 102, 4202 Fowler Ave. Adm. 102, 4202 Fowler Ave. ORCHID AND : : Tampa. 33620 PH. 974-2695 Tampa, 33620. PH. 974-2695 BROOIURE I I HURRY! Limited number of seats available : I Please send me info on Ski-A-Week. Please send me info on a week in Hawaii. : '* I 'AME : : NAME : ADDRE.5S PH : ADDRESS PH : CITY ZIP STATE #!111: CITY ZIP STATE : *Based on 'ew York G.l.T. '**************************************"************************************* ..


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