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The Oracle
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The Oracle (Tampa, Fla)
Wickstrom, Valerie ( 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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Building takes strange shape The University Square Mall, set to open in fall of 1975 on Fowler Avenue west of USF, seems to look more like the leaning Tower of Pisa in this specially printed photograph. However, things are not always what they seem and the com plex is actually well on its way to becoming the largest shopping mall in this section of the state, with no strange structure planned. Photo by Bill Cullerton fridag's ORACLE Campus curfew measure to be appealed by ,,Rose Feb. 8, 1974 Vol. 8, No. 109 12 pages BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer Dale Rose, an official with Florida Center for the Arts, said yesterday he will appeal the curfew announced Wednesday in the USF Energy Conservation Program. Rose said he was drafting a letter to Vice President for Student Affairs Joe Howell Land provided BY MATT BOKOR Oracle Staff Writer The St. Petersburg city council voted five to two yesterday to donate a 35-acre tract for the extension of the USF St. Peters burg Campus "The council voted to donate a 35-acre tract adjacent to the existing campus," Councilman Don Poindexter said last night. COUNCILMEN Harry Mc-Cormick and Poindexter voted against the measure, both citing its location as a reason for the decision. 'Tm in favor of the ex pansion," McCormick said, "but not there it s too ... too congested." l\kCormick said h e d rather see the University expand in mid county bec a use it's "centrally l ocate d." "I DO NOT feel the expansion i s the best use of that pro1.wrty," Poindexter said. 'Td like to see a continuation of th e already exis ting recrea tional areas." Poindexter said the recreational areas are open to more than college students and would serve the public better. Poindexter said he is against "g iving away land and spending $3 million dollars of the ta x payers money when a private citizen has alre2dy offered a bett e r situat e d tract." FHED BULLARD recently offered a 60-acre tract to th e University which Pin e llas County Commissioner Pat Iley labeled as having "insurmountable topographical problems." "Even though we lost the battle today," Poindexter said, ''I'd really be surprised if the Board of Regents approved the offer. We do not have the accessibility." Poindexter said the biggest population of the county will soon be in the northern section of Pinellas and "it doesn t make sense" putting the new campus in the southern part. "TllEHE AHE some negative aspects associated with a university too," Poindexter said, "with one being the students' mode of dress. "Their dress doesn't keep in style with the type of residents along the Bay, which are mostly middle-aged and elderly," Poindexter said. Bert Hartley, USF vice president for Finance and Planning said "We 've been anxiously awaiting a decision to be made and I'm happy to see the city make us an offer." USF will miss fun of Gasparilla Day It may have been wishful thinking on the part of USF officials when they indicated Monday as a school holiday in the class schedule. Unfortunately for many University people, classes will meet as usual, while the rest of Tampa is out celebrating Gasparilla Day. The decision to have USF hold classes for the first time on the traditional holiday, stems from a recent Florida reguiation prohibiting any state agency from receiving a holiday separate from the rest of the state. So if someone could persuade Jose Gaspar to drop anchor in Tallahassee maybe all of Florida could enjoy the festivities going on in Hillsborough County. requesting review of the curfew THE CURFEW would require all University sponsored activities to end by 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and by mid night Friday and Saturday. A rigid curfew will hurt the Film Arts series program and may increase energy use, Rose said. The program runs two movies per night with the latter ending around 11: 30, he said There is no way the movies can start earlier, he said. They start at 7 p ni and people need to eat." IN ADDITION, there are often live programs that ii o'clock, he said. Howell said last night the curfew was intended to be rigid. ROSE questioned the effectiveness of curtailing the hours movies are shown Rose said. "A few hundred people sitting in a dark theater will certainly consume less energy than they would if they were home using their lights televisions, and stereos." Howell said the curfew is in tended to save energy but "it will be an inconvenience to somebody whatever we do." Photo by Jeff Steele Listen in Taking part in yesterday's Amigo session, Argentine students (from left) Bernardo Clement, Arturo Alouso, and Joaquin Rouira use headphones to aid them in translating material. On the lighter side, the trio, along with their 15 companions, took a trip to Busch Gardens. See story page 3.


2-THEORACLE February 8, 1974 Kissinger agrees to Canal pact PANAMA CITY (UPI) While 2,000 demonstrators with signs reading "Gringo Animal" shouted outside, U.S. Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger signed an agreement yesterday to give Panama eventual control of the Panama Canal. Kissinger and Panama Foreign Minister Juan Antonio Tack signed a statement of intent under which the U .S. promised to replace the 1903 treaty which gave it perpetual control of the canal with one recognizing Panamanian sovereignty. Iu return, Panama agreed to expansion of the present canal, and continued operation by the U.S. for an as-yet unspecified period. Nixon sends report WASHINGTON Independent truckers asked the Public Service Commission yesterday for a 10 per cent raise in shipping fees to cover ''astronomical" fuel costs for hauling gasoline, and a company executive said the boost should not hike prices at the gas pump. Drivers reject p!an ORLANDO Some 50 truckers meeting at a truck stop here voted unanimously Thurs day to reject proposals made in Washington for settling the in dependent truckers strike. The truckers rejected the weathtr Continued warm today with lows in the upper 60s and highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s. Not so warm tonight and tomorrow .. proposal after hearing Ben Savage, an editor of Overdrive magazine, tell them the govern ment-endorsed agreement was a "smokescreen" designed to leave major issues unsolved and get the truck back on the road. No leads on killer FORT MYERS Police reported no leads yesterday in the search for the driver of a green pickup truck who shot to death an Illinois man and beat and raped his teenage girl companion near here Sunday night. Investigator Tom Wallace of the Lee County Sheriff's Department, said Terry Robert Milroy, 27, Galesburg, Ill., who had been living at Marathon, Fla., for the past nine months, was shot in the head and shoulder with a .25 caliber automatic pistol. Milroy was killed in stantly. Highway money bill TALLAHASSEE (UPI l -A bill aimed at making up to $150 million additional dollars available for transportation programs wasprefiled yesterday by Sen. Ralph Poston. It would start with $30 million the first year, and increase by $20 million a year to a high of $150 million. It could be used for rapid and mass transit, or regular road construction, including right of way acquisition Bennet skips vote WASHINGTON (UPI l Rep. Charles Bennett tearfully told his colleagues Wednesday night he was "not as dejected as you might expect" after missing his first recorded vote in-the House of Representative in 20 years. The The Oracle is the official student-edited newspaper of the University of South Florida and is published four times weekly, Tuesday through Friday, during the academic year period September through mid-June; twice during the academic year period mid-June through August, by the University of South Florida, 4202 Fowler Ave., Tampa, Fla. 33620. Opinions expressed in The Oracle are those of the editors or of the writer and not those of the University of South Florida. Address correspondence to The Oracle, LAN 472, Tampa, Fla., 33620. Second class postage paid at Tampa, Fla. The Oracle reserves the right to regulate the typographical tone of all advertisements and revise or turn away copy it considers objectionable. Programs, activities and facilities of the University of South Florida are available to ali on a non-discriminatory basis, withoui regard to race, color, religion, sex, age or national origin. The University Is an affirmative action Equal Opportunity Employer. record was the best of any current member. Bennett, assured the House had finished its work earlier Wednesday and there would be no further voting, left for home and dinner with his family. Dobro Guitars Used Guitars and Amps Lessons-Guitar, 5 String Banjo, Piano 8890 56th St. Temple Terrace 988-1419 Student Discount with USF ID uproarious escapades under the Big Top .. SPECIAL ACADEMY AWARD in 1928 for writing acting in, directing and producing THE CIRCUS written, directed and scored by Charles Chaplin A Vintage Chaplin Short THE IMMIGRANT February 8, 9, 10 7 & 9: 30 p.m. ENA Admission $1.50 USF Students $1.00 Children under 8 $1.00 Next Week: Feb. 15, 16, 17 LIMELIGHT Film Art Series Florida Center for the Arts I


Photo by Bill Cullerton Potpourri A pot sculpture exhibit by Paul Kavin, 6EDA, is now on display in the UC Gallery. Shown here is "Repo-Factess" in the foreground and "Overseer" .in the rear. THE ORACLE -February 8, 1974 3 Fund loss totals conflict BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Managing Editor A State University System (SUS) letter, received yesterday by USF, indicates the University. must return approximately $150,000 because of overprojected enrollment, Glen Clayton, director of University Ad ministrative Planning, said last night. However, Carol Wallace, SUS coordinator of budget development, said yesterday the University will lose $96, 764 because of the overprojection. But the loss will be "offset" by legislative "adjustment" in various areas, she said, giving USF a budget increase of $376,001. "IN TOTAL, those (adjustments) will offset the loss but they did not affect directly the specific academic units (the other funds were taken from)," Wallace said. The funds are recalled from four areas: salaries and benefits, expense, other personal services (OPS funds which are used to pay some part-time employment) and operating capital outlay COCO). OCO funds were unchanged, expense accounts gainl'd $15,051 and the salary category lost $46,950, Wallace said. The OPS area will lose $64,865, she said. But Clayton said an incomplete review of the letter USF received does not agree with these figures. "THAT DOESN'T sound right," Clayton said. "They must be throwing in things other than the overprojection in there." Clayton said the figure reflecting the gain also appeared to be inaccurate. However, he and other USF financial officials are analyzing data and expect to complete their study today, he said. Money appropriated to OPS or OCO areas is more "flexible" than salary allocations, Clayton said, so some internal budget adjustments may be necessary depending upon the total recalled in each area. University officials may transfer three per cent of funds in one area to another with no SUS approval and five per cent with approval, he said. AFTER THE recall figures are analyzed the University may need to transfer some funds or reverse requests now pending with the SUS for transfer of approximately $166,000, he said. But a complete analysis must be completed before officials can prepare to deal with the loss. However, although 14 were recalled, Clayton said no employes will lose their jobs RED BONE IS HERE. Development now collects all private contributions TONIGHT Leon Redhone Coffee House BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer All private fund raising at USF is now coordinated through Development but each group needing funds is involved in the process in some way, Terry Edmonson, Development director, said yesterday. "We have established a fund raising calendar so we don't h _ave several groups approaching the same people all at once," Ed monson, also executive director of the USF Foundation, said. EACH GROUP does its own fund raising, he said, but it is coordinated through the Development Office. Dale Rose, a Florida Center for the Arts official, said this is "the first" he has heard fund raising Bus study continues BY JILL AARONSON Oracle Staff Writer USF officials are currently working with representatives of Tampa Bus Lines to implement a shuttle bus service on and Im mediately around campus, Mark Levine, SG vice president, said yesterday. SG is preparing a package, Amigo students visit Gardens The 18 Argentine students visiting USF in Operation Amigo took time yesterday for a short sightseeing trip to Busch Gar. dens. The students toured the complex, near the USF Campus, yesterday morning and attended a luncheon there. However, after the tour it was back to work with a lecture on "Freedom and Responsibility, Participation and Dissent." The lecture, conducted by three USF American Studies instructors, allowed the Amigo students to ask questions concerning the role of citizens in the social and political life in the United States. Last night the students at tended a lecture on the "Role of Courts in Social Change." Hillsborough County Court Judge George Edgecombe discussed how court action affects laws related to change in American society. Operation Amigo is a program financed through private donors and corporations which allows Latin American students to visit the U.S. and study its people and government. including legal technicalities, locations of bus stops, timetables, passenger service, and benches, Levine said. "INITIAL funding of the project," he said, "will come from a $4,000 commitment from student service fees (a portion of activities fees). "We hope to get additional funding from the Administration." Levine said. Two air-conditioned buses, leased from Tampa Bus Lines, will each run two routes, stopping in designated high density areas within a three mile radius of USF, Levine said. THE BUSES, which seat 45, with standing room for 30 additional passengers, will probably run from 7:30 a.m. until 5:00 p m., he said. During the initial period, until the end of Qtr. 3, the service will be free, Levine said. The routes will cover the areas from 15th St. to 30th St., Fowler Ave. to Fletcher Ave., 30th St. to Nebraska Ave. and Fletcher Ave. to Skipper Road, Levine said. CENTRAL points within those areas, he said, will be selected as boarding locations. The bus stop on campus will probably be the UC, Levine said. A comprehensive evaluation will be conducted at the end of the trial period Levine said, to study the use and effecti of the routes. The sp

4-THE ORACLE February 8, 1974 f ditorials l letters 11Happening," Skylab return inspires hope Today is a day of happenings which may serve to emphasize more of the "unity" in this community First, the Skylab astronauts, returning to earth after a record-breaking 12 weeks in space, will re-enter their respective communities to foreign sights: lengthy lines of gasless autos, store shelves empty of paper products, and a nation suspicious of an elected President and his domestic policies. We hope the astronauts can give us insights into whether or how the nation has changed since they left. SECOND, THE USF community will be trea. ted to a series of happenings today in coordination with ITCH week Produced by the Speech department, spontaneous dramatic interpretations of "hope" will be demonstrated to the campus today. We hope you enjoy the spontaneous performances and the astronauts' return. It is hard to recapture the excitement one feels seeing a first splashdown or an initial religious experience, but we feel there is hope for the world, the energy crisis, the nation; and this campus. A unified community working for the good of all residents can be achieved. It may sound simple to encourage new attitudes, smiles, or understanding, but combined by educated people these three elements not only convey human understanding but hope for a better life and a better place to live it. WHETHER OR NOT it includes a splashdown or a happening, everyday can provide a reason for new optimism in life, but one must adapt an open frame of mind in order to grasp the opportunity. : Pill increases smoking ; risks Editor: :Every now and then you may piCk up a fact In class .that should be made known to many people outside of that Class ACP All-American since 1967 SOX Mark of Excellence ANP A Pacemaker Award 1967, 1969 Editor .................. Valerie Wickstrom Advertising Manager ........ Sue Thompson Managing Editor .... ........ Sandra Wright Layout Editor ............. Dave Moormann Copy Editor .......... ......... Jean Trahan Editorial Editor ............ Bruce Haddock Photo Editor .................. Bill Cullerto11 Sports Editor ................ Mike Kaszuba Entertainment Editors ...... Anne Laughlin Heather Shields Advisor ...................... Leo Stalnaker News phones ............. 974-2619, 2842, 2398 DEADLINES: General news 3 p m da ily for following day issue. Advertising (with proof) Thursday noon for Tuesday, Friday noon for Wednesday, Monday noon for Thursday, Tuesday noon for Friday. Deadlines ex. tended w ithout proof. Classified ads taken 8 a m noon two days before publication in person or by mall with payment enclosed Advertising rates on request, 974-2620, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m S p m Stories and pictures of interest to students may be submitted to the Oracle in LAN 469 or the suggestion boxes in the Library and UC I picked up this particular piece of information in BIO 255. It deals with bitth control, lung cancer, and cigarette smoking. The fact is women who use birth control pills and smoke cigarettes have a 60 times greater chance of getting lung cancer than women who either just take the pill or just smoke AFTER talking to several women who use the pill I found that none were aware of the increased risk of using both the pill and cigarettes My own recommendation would be to quit smoking but that is not the point of this letter. The point is a 60 times greater chance is a big enough increase to warrant at least a warning from the physicians who prescribe the pills. This lack of warning may be due to the fact this is a relatively new discovery and physicians are simply unaware of it. If this is the case, then what this state or even country could use is a new method of supplying licensed physicians with information concerning new medical discoveries and breakthroughs in a method that is faster and more reliable than what currently exists It would be a shame for even one death to occur due to the lack of in f9rmation being relayed between the researchers and practitioners of the medical profession Bernie Reichert 3MAN This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of $148,696..15 or 9c per copy, to disseminate news to the students, staff and faculty of the University of South Florida. Parker 3PHI


DOONESBURY i-8 HGY, CAP'Nl Wt'RG ALMOST OVT OF FVEl! t1/G'RE 60NNA HAVG 7lJ VINO! LOU, &VER.YBOOY HA5 70 11AKG 5ACRJFICES. IA/ AU HAVG TO PtJU 706HflR. Of/I< PASSENGERS KNOW IHR's AN ENERGY CRISIS ON. THEY KNEW THAT t. IN FACT, MR. ANOREWS, THE !'. 0. llA5 NOW RPORTEO A NET /}/rffRNCE. Of' 2.5 BIL-LION 8ARR.Et5 t!NACCOIJNTEP RJR.! 111/Tfl. PIJBL/C 5f/5PICION BEING WHAT IT 15 10JAY, PERHAPS ror/o L!KG TO .,.-XptA/N THE 'l (i .J It.,.,..,...., ,. 'r' "\_ &$:1f :'.-.. .. ,."'\,_ L,'fi;, .,'' McLuhan, UN secretary lecture here this month The University Lectures Series program will present Dr. John G. Stoessinger, Marshall McLuhan, and Elizabeth Janeway as the final lecturers of Qtr. 2. Stoessinger, a noted author and professor of international politics, will speak on campus Thursday of United Nations Week activities MCLUHAN, author of "The Medium is the Message," will speak in the Gym at 8 p.m. Feb. 25. He will discuss a book he is writing concerning media laws. Janeway will speak M3.rch 2 at 8 p.m in the UC Ballroom as part of the Victo.-ian Coonter Culture Conference William F. Buckley, who was tentatively scheduled to speak on campus in February will probably not visit USF this year, Dale Rose, a Florida Center for the Arts official, said yesterday. DISORGANIZATION in the lecture committee was partly responsible for Buckley's can cellation and failure to bring Margaret Mead to speak on campus, Rose said. Activity of the committee was suspended awaiting its restructuring, Rose said The committee has not yet been restructured but is now func tioning, he said. As of now, only one s p ea ker has been set for Qtr. :!. Black poetess Nikki G iovunni will spea k on April :10 nt !I: :10 p .m. in th e Gym Hose said !he lccl.ure st ill ha s from lo s pend un addilionnl s p eu kf'r s for Qtr :1. THE ORACLE -February 8, 1974 Applicants urged to file for VA fee deferment 5 BY JILL AARONSON Oracle Staff Writer USF veterans and dependents eligible for the Veterans Ad ministration (V Al education allowance are urged to file im mediately for 60-day deferment of fees for Qtr. 3 in UC 166 Director of Veterans Affairs Bob Jett said yesterday. Students on deferment for Qtr. 3 will have until May 21 to pay their fees, Jett said. Veterans having trouble receiving their checks or who are experiencing any veteran-related problems are urged to inform the Office of Veteran Affairs, UC 166. Regular students must apply by March 22 or they will be charged a $25 late fee Continuing education and "special students" have until April 5 to file. NO REQUEST forms will be approved after April 5, Jett said. The program was activated Qtr. 1, 1973 under a provision of Florida law, Jett said Participation increased from approximately 600 students Qtr. 1 to over 1,200 for Qtr. 2. Forms must be processed each quarter, Jett stressed. "Many people are under the impression they only have to file once, but this is not true," he said. Deferment fees this quarter must be paid by March 4, Jett said, or a $25 late charge will be added. IF STUDENTS now on deferment do not pay fees by March 11 their registration will be canceled by the University, he said. They will then be forced to terminate their certification by the VA. Any money received during the quarter for education must be repaid, Jett noted WUSFairing show for aged "The Third Generation," a new WU.SF-FM radio series, will be aired Tuesday at 9 a.m. and be repeated Thursday evening at 6:30, continuing through the last week of July, a WUSF spokesman said yesterday. ''The series provides an in depth look into the daily life, problems, interests, and con cerns of senior citizens," Oliver Jernigan, Hillsborough County Department of Aging coor dinator, said. Jernigan will also host the show. Among the topics the series will cover are health needs, cooking, shopping, legal aid, and preplanning and retirement for the elderly. The series is produced through a $7,300 grant from the Florida Department of Education. Film Art Series ....ftadnltz / MATIEL Productions ....... "SOUNDER". FRI, SAT, SUN, February 8, 9, & 10 LAN 103 7:30 & 10:00 pm 75c w/ID SPORTSWEAR FOR MEN HERALD SOU/I.RE FOWLER AT 51ST 1EMPlE TERRACE PH. 985-2146 Bergman at Mid night The Second Film in Bergman's Trilogy on faith 4 Friday Feb. 8 Midnight ENA $1.00 INGMAR BERGMAN'S 1HESllllCE Winner Swedish Academy Award Best Picture of the Year Saturday Feb. 9 Midnight ENA $1.00 The third film in Bergman's religious trilogy


6 -THE ORACLE February 8, 1974 Photo furnished Gunnel Lindbloom and Ingrid Thulin ... star inthe Bergma' n film "The Silence" Pirates to invade Tampa for Gaspari/la celebration BY ANNE LAUGHLIN Entertainment Editor The Great Arturo will walk the tightrope, giant heads will march in the parade, and the world's tallest stilt-walking pirate will be featured in the Gasparilla in vasion starting 11 a.m Monday. The "Jose Gaspar," carrying the invading pirates, can be sighted about 11 a.m. in Hillsborough Bay. The landing will take place about noon behind Bergman screened "Winter Light" and "The Silence" will conclude the Film Art Series "Bergman at Mid night" festival. "Winter Light," shown tonight in ENA, presents Bergman's attempt to define man's relation to God. According to Bergman, this is the first film in which he does not posture for an audience "The Silence," shown tomorrow night, depicts two incestuous sisters The sisters part when one sister seeks freedom in a heterosexual affair. Admission to each film is $1. Curtis Hixon Hall after the ship circles Davis Island. After the invasion, Arch Deal, of WFLA, will direct a skydiving exhibition behind Curtis Hixon. A parade featuring more than 40 floats and bands will leave from the hall about 1 :15 p.m. and march down Carlton Drive and over the Platt St. bridge. The parade's destination is the State Fair, located next to the University of Tainpa. A team of eight Clydesdale horses will pull lhe float spon sored by Busch Breweries while Miss Teenage America will be featured on the float sponsored by Dr. Pepper. Other floats will present bands, pretty girls, animal acts, and pirates, according to Lynn Talle, information director for the Gasparilla invasion. The parade will end at 3: 45 p rri. _..A,'ltlll ,., 1 CHANNEL 16 WUSF-TV "SOUNDER" 10 WEEK SCHEDULE (SAME AS OTHtR USF COURSES ) Enrollment Unlimited (* courses listed with incorrect numbers in class Please use numbers shown here.) Weekend movies shown USF tollege Credit Courses by television -in YOUR or in a reserved room on campus. 'Each 1 esson broadcast twice. B'\' DAVID RUTMAN Oracle Staff Writer Two Ingmar Bergman classics, 'J,'hree Stooges slapstick, a Charlie Chaplin film, and a sensitive film about a black family in the south are scheduled for this on camp1,1s. The Midnight Madness series, sponsored by the Florida Center for the Arts, will show Iilgmar Bergman's second and third films in his religious trilogy series. TONIGHT, the film "Winter Light" will be screened at midnight. It tells the story of' the empty faith of a village p;istor. .. Tomorrow night the concluding film, "The Silence," will b e presented. '.'The Silence" ex plores the egocentricity and passions of two sisters : Midnighl)VIadness takes place in the ENA. Admission is $1. '' .' CHARLES Chaplin's silent comedy "The Circus" will be tonight, tomorrow, and Sunday at 7 and 9:30 in the ENA as part of the Florida Center for the Arts "Charles Chaplin Retrospective" series. "The. Circus," filmed in 1928; shows the story of the tram p's love for al). eqm:strienne and his attempts to win her affection. Showing aiong with "The Circus" will be Chaplin's silent short "The Immigrant," filmed in 1917. ADMISSION is $1. The slapstick antics of Moe, Larry, arid Curly, The Three Stooges, will 'highlight this weekend's Theatre presentations, tonight and tomorrow at midnight in .LAN 10;3 Tonight, the Stooges' com posite comedy, "Stop, Look, and Laugh," will be screened. "Stop, Moe, Larry and t;urly ... try to save the buffalo in the Head Theatre presen tation "The Outlaws is Coming." '20's blues offered Redbone sings Folk-blues artist Leon Redbone sing style to convey his message. will be presented tonight by In. a recent ''Rolling Stone" inSEAC at 8:30 p.m. in the Empty terview, Bob Dylan praised Keg. Redbone's musical ability. Redbone plays the guitar and Admission is 75 cents for harmonica and uses a muffled students and $1.25 for staff. ; : ... ,' 4 : ,' ; _. Look, and Laugh" features scenes from their best short subjects and features in troductions by Paul Winchell and his dummies Jerry Mahoney and Knucklehead Smiff. ALONG with the film will be the cartoon "I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat," starring Tweety and Sylvester. Tomorrow night Head Theatre will show the Three Stooges short "Yes, We Have .No Bonanzas," Laurel and Hardy in "Tit for Tat,'' the seventh episode of "Phantom Empire," starring Gene Autry, and a talent show. 'Admission is 75 cents for Head Theatre Club members and $1 for non-members. SEAC WILL present the ac claimed film "Sounder," starring Cicely Tyson and Paul Winfield. The film will be shown tonight, tomorrow, and Sunday at 7:30 and 10 p.m. in .LAN 103. Next weekend s films include two evepings of Walt Disney shorts, \foody Allen's "What's Up, Tiger Lily?," Ryan O'Neal and Barbra Streisand in 'Peter Bogdanovich 's wild comedy "What's Up, Doc?," and the conclusion of the Chaplin film series, "Limelight," also starring Buster Keaton and Clair Bloom. QUARTER 111 SCHEDULE 43'95 ANT 371-501 ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIViS (4) (Dr. Evelyn Kessler) MTR 4:30 or 7:30 1851 ART 31 D-501 1NTRODUCTION TO ART (3) (Mr. Bruce Marsh) MTR 5:30 or 8:00 p.m. 0291 ECN HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT (3) (Dr. Emil Kauder) MTR 5:00 or 8:30 p.m. 2107 MUS 371-501 ISSUES IN MUSIC (2) (Dr. Jacques Abram) F 5:00 or 8:00 p.m. 4804 PSY 201-501 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (5) (Dr. Paschal Strong) MTWRF 3:30 or 7:00 p.m. 5109 SS! 301-501 SOCIAL SCIENCE STATISTICS (4) (Dr. Karl Achenbach) MTRF 4:00 or 9:00 Rm NEW COURSE BY RADIO (WUSF-FM, 89.7) 2025 MUS 205-501 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC MUSIC (3) (Dr. Larry Ausffn) MW 4:00 p. m HOW TO REG I STER: FICL OUT YOUR REGISTRATION FORM THE SAME AS FOR OTHER COURSES. B e '_certain you have the correct' reference number, prefix, course and section WHEN YOU REGISTER, NOTIFY THE Y.O.U. 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THE ORACLE -February 8, 1974 7 SendtheFTD LoveBundle''"' and the Extra Touch'"' of Joie de Fleur perfu e. When she's there and you're here and it's Valentine's Day, send her the FfD LoveBundle Bouquet -tender blossoms and a satin heart sachet with a capsule of exclusive new ""'' perfume, Joie de Fleur. Call or visit your { Cicely Tyson and Paul Winfield FfD Florist today. He can send your flowers across the street or across the country. ... star in "Sounder," LAN 103 tonight, tomorrow, and Sunday $1250* 1Sounder1 touching movie Usually available for less than As an independent businessman, each FTD Member Florist sets his own prices. 1974 Florists Transworld Delivery.Association. "'Your E.xlra Touch Florisr : BY DAVID RUTMAN Oracle Staff Writer Finally, someone has made a film about black people that doesn't feature "Superfly" and "Shaft" characters, but real people The mo-vie .is "Sounder," being presented this weekend by SEAC in LAN 103. "Sounder" is the story of the Morgans, a: black sharecropping family in 1933. The Morgans are poor people and out of desperation, the father resorts to stealing food to feed his children. He is caught and sentenced to a year at hard labor THE FILM shows the efforts of the oldest boy, David Lee, to find his father's prison camp. Starring are Cicely Tyson, Paul Winfield, and Kevin Hooks. Cicely Tyson does an out standing job as the hard working mother, Rebecca, and her performance earned her an Academy Award nomination last year. She lost to Liza Minelli but she is just as fine a performer as Minelli. The characterization of Rebecca Morgan was flawless. prtUltW WINFIELD, as Nathan, the father, walks away with the acting honors He gives one of the finest, most natural and smoothest peformances ever recorded on movie film He is concerned about his family and he'd do anything for Young Kevin Hooks, making his film debut as David Lee, shows great promise for the future Although not acting the characterization perfectly, he carries his role with vitality and 'The Circus' in town Charles Chaplin stars tonight and Saturday in ENA at 7 and 9: 30 p.m. that's good enough for the character of David Lee. "Sounder," incidentally, is the name of the Morgans' dog. "SOUNDER" is a wonderful movie. The film will be presented tonight, tomorrow, and Sunday at 7:30 and 10 p.m. Admission is 75 cents. Film producer asks students to preview A free showing of ''The Brothers O'Toole," a production short ''The Making of Th!'l Brothers O'Toole," and a short on the making of a new movie "Pieces of Eight" will be held at the Horizon Park Theatre on Hillsborough Ave. at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. Charles Cellier, film producer, will lecture on the difference between drama and film actint and will take job applications for "Pieces of Eight." All film and drama majors are invited to attend. "Pieces of Eight" will star Richard Basehart and David Janssen It will be filmed mainly in the Tampa Bay area. Sell it fast with Oracle Classifieds FRESH GROUND CHUCK $1.09 per POUND I '-----.... NO LIMIT, OFFER GOOD THRU SPECIALIZING FEB. _13, 1974 SANDWICHES IN CHOICE & ToGo PRIME BEEF FLETCHER AVE. Uniwnity ASSORTED of CUSTOM South Florida CHEESES CUTTING FOWLER AVE, I u;. Ji PARTY TRAYS SIDES OR QUARTERS SMOKED MEATS TEl'S MEAT ..... ,.AND ..DELICATESSEN .. 51061/2 E. FOWLER AVE. k PH. 985-2376

8-THEORACLE February 8, 1974 Swimmers host Miami BY PAM JONES Oracle Sports Writer The USF swim team hosts University of Miami tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the USF natatorium for what Coach Bob Grindey calls USF's women's tennis team begins play this weekend, opening at Florida Tech tonight and returning here for a match against Florida tomorrow. Tomorrow's USF-Florida match is the home opener for the Brahmisses. Play is slated to begin at 11: 30 a.m. on the Andros courts "The FTU match should be a fairly easy win,'' Coach JoAnne Young said. "But the University of Florida will be very tough." USF's top seed in the singles with FTU will be Terry Sherlock with Gail O'Connor second and Robin Edenbaum third. Sue Fane, Rosa Poza, and Becky Reese fill the remaining varsity positions, but first alternate Candy Fishel could see action in the singles events if Fane, who has been ill, is not at full strength. sports Women's coach Jane Cheatham said the Women's Intercollegiate Slowpitch Softball team will begin practice in mid March Cheatham said those interested in trying out or practicing with the team should not schedule any classes after 4:30 p.m. Monday Thursday during Qtr. 3 so they will be able to attend practices. Ready for action USF's Lacrosse club will meet the University of Florida tomorrow in a 2 p.m. home meet. "the toughest meet we will have this year." The Hurricanes bring a record of two wins and two losses to tomorrow's meet; so far this year. Miami has defeated Florida BY RINDY WEATHERLY Oracle Sports Writer w 0 M E N shorts Both USF's Rugby club's A and B teams will see action tomorrow 2 p.m. on the intramural fields. The A team will host the University of Miami followed by the B team's contest against the Jacksonville Rugby Club. USF's rugby team carries a 1-01 record after last weekend's 19 19 tie with the University of Florida. *** The Brahman soccer club will open its regular season Sunday at 2 p m against the St. Pete Kickers on the soccer field USF lost to St. Pete 2-1 in an exhibition meet two weeks ago. *** Coach Rico Maschino's women swimmers will meet the University of Florida today in the gymnasium pool at 3 p.m. The team has a 1-3 record. *** USF's women's basketball coach Jane Cheatham announced three changes in her team's schedule. The Brahmisses will play Eck erd College here 7:30 Feb. 11. Their game with Florida Southern in Lakeland will be Feb 18 at 7 p.m. and they will visit the University of Tampa Feb. 21 for another 7 p.m contest. State and the University of South Carolina Gamecocks, losing to Tennessee and North Carolina State. CURRENTLY, Miami is ranked ninth in the nation in the The USF Brahmisses challenge defending state champions. Miami-Dade North in the Flagler In vi taional Basketball Tour nament at St. Augustine tonight. Action continues tomorrow with USF facing Flagler and Florida Tech in the round-robin pairings. "I expect to beat Miami-Dade North," Coach Jane Cheatham said. "Most of their players from last year have graduated, and they've already lost several games this season." Cheatham anticipates a tough battle with Flagler, number three team in the state last year. Flagler Won the Central Florida Senior College Invitational here earlier when the Brahmisses were eliminated by Rollins in the secozuf round. "I jf!lst hope we can get enough gas to get to St. Augustine and back," USF's mentor added. University Division of the NCAA, with two of their relay teams ranked in the top five national times. According to Grindey, "Miami has a number of world class Grindey's Swimmers face 'toughest meet' \ \ \\ EASY QUALITY CAMPING EQUIPME \TRAILS ___ .J 8711 N. 40th St. 988-0045 Open "'9r., Fri Set. MOii. & Wed. t-6 S.. 1-6, CloHllTHS. OUTFITIERS FOR CAMPING BACK PACKl-NG, CANOEING We Carry TRAILS, WENZEL, Din nAG, COGHLAN1S OPTIMUS1 MOUNTAIN HOUSE;. COLEMAN & OTHERS A"* ...., .. FLORIDA TRAILS ASSOCIATION. INC. swimmers. Their top performer, David Wilke of Great Britain, has just retwned from competing in the Commonwealth Games, and will not make the trip to USF MIAMI ALSO has last year's national high school diving champion, Greg Garlich. Robert Van Der Merwe is one of Miami's top free-style sprinters, with Tyrone Tozer and Paul Bischoff as distance freestylers USF's record-setting freshman, John Connelly, is recovering from a case of in testinal flu, but will swim in tomorrow's Slik Chik NOWf NOW! NOW! Swllging Tops tncf Bottoms Just In l SALE Pants t"7 .00 Pantsuits 20" olF .Belts 12.00 ol Mon.-Thurs. 10-7 Fri.10-8 Sot. 10-6 i0024 N. 30th St. Next to Busch Gardens 971-2494 Special Introductory Discount!! Present this ad 20 during the "!onth of February for l/ OFF Indian Jewelry Oriental Art Trade Beads African Art Belleair Coins 778 N. Indian Rocks Roa d, Belleair Bluffs (Between Largo and Clearwater) Phone 585-4502 $ WE BUY COINS $


Rematch Tomorrow BY PAM JONES Oracle Sports Writer How do the two coaches involved in tomorrow night's rematch between Florida State and USF feel about the contest Actually they both want to win the game for the same basic reasons. According to Seminole Head Coach Hugh Durham, "Every game we play is a big one now, if we are to have any chance at a post-season tournament bid." For exactly that reason, Don Williams of the Brahmans thinks that "a second win over FSU would mean that the tournament selection committees would have to look at us." TULLY GYM at Florida State is known for its brutality to visiting teams. Because of this, Williams said he believes that "this game will be a much harder one than the one here last month. The challenge on their home court will be far greater." ... Brahmans head into "/njun land' \) \J .......... USF vs. FSU "Every game we play is a big one now, if we are to have any chance at a post season tournament bid." FSU's Hugh Durham ... a second win over FSU would mean that the tournament selection committee would have to look at us." USF's Don Williams game plan the Seminoles have now is to "play as well as we can, and the score will take care of itself." He added, however, that FSU would "try not to throw the ball away 22 times like we did in the last game." the last game, and I know we can shoot better than we did then. I thi.nk we have a good chance to beat them again." IN PREP ARING for tomorrow night's game, the Brahmans have been working on their ball handling, and trying to run their offenses with a little more discipline. The starting line-up for tomorrow's contest is not set yet, however Jack James is recovered from his shoulder separation, and should be starting at guard and Senior John Kiser is also expected to see some action THE ORACLE -February 8, 1974 Parachutists host inter-club meet 9 USF's Parachute Club will compete in the First Annual Parachute Club Mini-meet tomorrow and Sunday at Zephyrhills Municipal Airport. Chutists will compete for points in team accuracy, free-fall events timed jumps, and com bined work, according to George Causler, club president. Jumping starts at 9 a.m. for the inter-club meet which will offer $100 in plaques and trophies for jumpers in novice, intermediate, and advanced classes. Jumpers will also be judged on three-man star formations More than 50 jumpers are expected to enter this first annual meet. .....Radnltz /MATTEL Productions "soliMDER" CERTIFICA Tf $5.00FREE COUPON FREE$5.00 If you are dissa!isfied with hair removal treatments you ar& now If you have boon promised ali and recelv&d no1hln; phone us at for 11n ilppt. Bring this with you and receive a $5.00 trutment at no charge. It's just a little something to help you get acquaint&d with the Dlathermlc Speed technique, the only technique of hair removal that guarantee's yol! permanent results in writing or your money refunded In lull. Open Thursday 3-8 p.m., Friday and Saturday 10-5 p.m. We are M.ster Electrologists, certified, licensed. Whittleton's Clinics, 709 Franklin, Tampa, Medically approved. 1st visit only Offer expires Feb. 22, 1974. BIRDSONG VOLKSWAGEN u TAMPA'S FULL SERVICE VW DEALERSHIP". NEW & USED CAR SALES PARTS, SERVICE MODERN PAINT & BODY SHOP (WE REP AIR ALL MAKES & MODELS) GAS SHORTAGE!???! NOT WHEN YOU BUY A NEW OR USED VOLKSW AGON FROM BIRDSONG VOLK.SW AGEN UP TO 26 MILES PER GAL. ECONOMY CAR CENTER VW'S TOYOTAS VEGAS PINTOS HORNETS -MG'S BIRDSONG VOLKSW AGEN. 11333 NO. FLA AVE. PH: 933-28ll (FLORIDA AT FOWLER) A LOOK INTO THE Many USF fans have wondered if reveng e would be a factor in the g a m e s inc e the Brahmans pull e d off an up set over the Seminole s in the ir l a st meeting. Durham s aid no. H e venge is not part of our g am e plan," he said. "If you g o onto the court concentrating on r e v e n g e, you put yourself at a dis adv a ntage by being too tight. ALTHOUGH HE said that there was no one person on the Brahman team that the Seminoles would try to stop Durham did praise sev e r a l USF pla yers for their performance in the January contest. USF 's p o int guard, Leon Smith is an ex c ellent player," he s aid and .Jame s is an excellent s hooter. W alk did a good job on the boards in thal game, too." 9302 N. 30th Street (West side of Busch Acc ording io Durham, the only Comparing this cont es t to the Homecoming victory, LJSF's Williams said, "I know we can play better defense than we did in Pri'lle Ribs of Beef Filet Mignon Shrimp Platter-Red Snapper


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HELP WANTED HORSE Luvin' Gals no exp. nee. One child OK, horse show>, promotion work. Full or part-time, local Dude ranch. Live In, live-out. Contact R.G. Weber 689-5912. THE TRIBUNE is currently looking for college students for part-time telephone sales. Morning afternoon and evening hours available. Hourly wages. Weekly bonus. Progressive raises and pleHant working conditions. For a fun and rewarding job, call Ms. Wandel at 224-7996 for appointment. HOW ABOUT a little side money? Hours to suit your school schedule. Help needed full or part time as hostesses, busboys, or waitresses. Experience preferred but not necessary. Good money, nicest coffee shop in Tampa. Great working conditions. Please apply at B.J .'s Coffee Shop, 2055 N Dale Mabry, between 2 and 5 p.m. GIRL WANTED to take care of two girls, 11 and 8. Must nave car, patience and love children. Live in during week. Girls attend school from 8 :30 to 3 :30. Plenty of free tim e Excellent accomodations and benef its. Call 229-6481 before 5:30 p .m. ARTIST TIRED OF WAITING ON TABLES? fast sketch portrait artists. APPLY: Tues. thru Fri. Busch Gardens 30th Street entrance in c-o Claudia Van Koba ACCOUNTING MAJORS Financial & Budgetary Officer wanted. For immediate employment contact Patti University Volunteer Services 974-2388. SOC 7P CAMP COUNSELORS Interviews at Placement Office, 9-4, Feb. 11th. Interviews at Hol iday Inn N.E. 9 to 4, Feb. 12. Sister-Brother camps in Penn sylvania. Camp Wohelo -Camp Comet, Morgan I. Levy, Director. Cali for ap pointment 974-2295. ( MISC. FOR SALE ) AFRICAN Lion Hunting Dogs (Rhodesian Ridgebacks). Puppies 5 wks. WormedShots-Best protection and catch dogs for hogs, deer, bear and large game. Call 238-2622 mornings-nights. ( REAL ESTATE l OVERLOOK I NG RIVER on an acre of land is lovely 3 BR, 2 bath home w ith large paneled family room, liv ingroom & dining room, all appliances are i ncluded Cen Heat & Air Many other extras. High 70's, call for appointment. 877-4922 or 877-8227. Pauline Ferraro, Realtor-Associ a t e Coyle Realty. YOU CAN HAVE HORSES 2 acres of lovely oak complete with Jlh story, 4 or 5 bedroom, 3 bath home with fireplace i n l iving room and a nother in family room. Large poo l & patio area. 3 car garage, many additional extras. Yes central air & heat. Priced in mid 90's 877-4922 or 877. 8227. Pauline Ferraro, Realtor-Associate, Coyle Realty. OVERSIZE, 1;, ACRE Near USF, Yr. old 3 BR, 2 BA, huge LR Pan. family rm., Ser. porch, Cen. H&AC, Cptd., Drapes D-wash., Ref. Wash-Dry. Free water, County taxes. 71/2 per cent mtg. $35,900. Owner 988-3896 or evenings 9880063. 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 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. Just had a _party? Weren't successful paper training your puppy? Call West Coast Carpet Cleaning 971-0656. Ask Art about student rates. Complete 1 BR apt. S18.00 Shampooed & Deodorized EXPERT TYPIST SPECIALIZING IN TURABIAN Term Papers, Theses, Dissertations & Reports. QUICK SERVICE -4 minutes from campus. Call Janie Odom, 988-2161. CANOE RENTALS-SALES DAYORWEEK 935-0018 ABLE student for hire. Yard work or odd jobs. I need work desperately!! Call 626-1241 Parker. HOROSCOPE CAST-Complete natal horoscope, all signs, houses, planetary aspects. Cast ing and interpretation-$8 cast, only $4 if you would like your in dividual horoscope. Call 251-5195. ( FOR RENT J LA MANCHA DOS Tampa's only student apt. complex. $72-90 per month. 1 block from campus on 42nd St. 971-0100. 71;, MINUTES FROMUSF New complex on 5 acres. Children & pets welcome. No lease. 2 bedrooms, wall to wall .carpet; drapes; Central heat & air; Furnished $180. Phone 988-5263 days. 988-5614 evenings & weekends. GREEN OAK Villa New 1 & 2 Bedroom furnished apartments; Varied lease; near USF. can 971-4408 or 971-1424. BEAUTIFUL 1 BR furnished apt. A-C, W-W carpeting, 4 mos. old. Just off !31st St. behind VA Hospital. $150 a mo. Call 9.771143. HOUSING problems Quarter 111? Take over Fon tana Hall contract 3rd qtr. You keep my $50 deposit Call Steve Ackerman 985-2487 or 251-0061. FEMALE: Apartment for sublet, $67 per month. La Mancha Dos. Phone 971-1186. TAKE OVER lease on one bedroom furnished apt. close to USF. Take over lease for $50. Occupant leaving by Feb. 21. Also: 19" Admiral TV, black & w hite. Call 9710263. FOREST HILLS. Darling 2 BR with shag, air con stove, refrig. Prestige area, fenced yd., well. Lease. $200, plus $100 damage. Ow ner 985-1078, 933-3973. ( MOBILE HOMES ) WOODED lot for mobile home. s min. from USF, $50 monthly, i ncludes water, sewer. Quiet, beautiful, boat ramp, fishing. Call Bob 988-4085. WANTED 7 NEW SEAC ASSOCIATES 1. President 3. Publicity 2. Budgetary Officer ,4. Major Events 5. Campus Entertainment 6. University Community 7 .. Cultural Arts & Education $250 to $325 per quarter Applications available CTR 222 & UC desk Application deadline; Friday, Feb. 8, 1974 5 p.m. 1 For further information contact SEAC Office Ext. 2637 CTR 222 AltS) r PERSONAL ) DATE MATCHING service. It's a simple, inexpensive and fun way to get acquai n ted. For complete information, ap plication, write New Friends, P.O Box 22693, Tampa, Florida 33622. HAVE PROBLEMS? Call HELPLINE at 974-2555. If you need to talk to a woman, call the WOMEN'S LINE at 974-2554. FORMER SCOUTS: Do you wnt to continue the principles of Scouting? Would you jo i n a fraternity fo.unded on the principles of scouting, by scouts? Then check into Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity. We will hold open meetings on Feb. 13 & 14 in UC Rm. 255 from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. We want to meet you. URGENT CALL FOR RIVJ:R-TUBING ENTHUSIASTS TO TELL ALL Would you help us in a study about rivertubing In Florida. If you have or do engage In this activity, please notify Prof. Phil Bosserman (Tel. 2891) or Prof. Kutcher (Tel. 2522) or by mall (SOC 107). MARRIAGE ALIVEI A weekend experience In creative living as couples led by Mike Lillibridge and Gary Klukken of the Counseling Center; Dor l Hansel who is in a private counseling practice; Bob Haywood and Bill Lipp of University Chapel Fellowship. The weekend of March 1,2,3. $75. Contact Bob or Bill at 988-1185 or Mike or Gary at 974-2832. FREE WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM for USF students First meeting: Fri. Feb. 8 at noon in AOC 218. MEN! -WOMEN! JOBS ON SHIPS! No experience required. Excellent pay. Worldwide travel. Perfect summer job or career. Send $3.00 for information. SEAFAX, Dept. 17D P.O. Box 2049, Port Angeles, Washington 98362. JACQUES BREL is alive and well and living i n Paris and will v isit USF Feb. 22 and 23. APTS. & HOUSES TO SHARE MALE ROOMMATE needed. Gates Apartments. 971-3423. Call anytime. 2 Bdrm, 2 Bath. NEEDED NOW! Female roommate to share 2 bdrm. apt. with 2 girls. Very close to USF Only $65 a month. Call after 7, 988-0319. ROOMMATE needed to share furnished 2 bedroom Jlh bath apartment. Will have your own room. Rent is $66.00 a month and one t h ird of utilities may move in anytime after March 16. Contact Sha r on 977-1585. [ AUTOMOTIVE l VAN for sale. '69 Ford Van, low mileage, 6 cylinder, automatic. A bargain for $900. 977-4947 afternoons. '71 TOYOTA Corona, 4 door vinyl top, a i r conditioned, luggage rack, and trailer hitch. V ery good condition & gas saver. Needs some engine work. Reasonable 971-3489. TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES JAMAICA -9 day projects Mar ch break-4 credits, $320 and 13 days in June5 credits, $385. us. F faculty led. See K. Lupton, OCT Prog., FAO 122, Ext. 2536. Apply now limited. THE ORACLE -February 8, 1974 ( MUSICAL l FLUTE for sala. Artley sllver plated closed ho l e in good cond i tion. Plays easily. Ask for Scott Johnson Iota Rm. 222 974-6215 or .6216. Asking $100. sell it fast with Oracle Classifieds Guitars, Amps & Accessories At Discount Prices. Old And New Instruments CHARLIE'S' 4505 MUSIC S. Dale CENTER Mabry 837-:?957 11 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 W. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Fla. 33602 8:00 to 2:30 appointment avsilable to fit your class Monday through Friday call 253-2844 : : -'I 1 r "'l '1 I I 1: 11 I i : I HAVE YOUR I!; DRAPERIES I : I I : :PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED I; I I! ----( "\,. -L0 <...G;)i:X .r,LS-JJ. U 'i .. ,>-) \ I I i i j ;-.. ..... s.o.q. 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