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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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Pie hits Mackey during Hotline USF Pres. Cecil Mackey got a pie in the face yesterday in what appeared to be a publicity stunt which may have been planned by a member of SG. Mackey was answering questions during a "Hotline" session when a masked assailant approached him with a large paper bag, withdrew a chocolate meringue pie and pushed it in Mackey's face. STUDENT AFFAIRS and University Police (UP) are attempting to learn the identity of the pie-thrower, who, SG president-elect Richard Merrick said last night, may been an SG senator. The incident apparently started when an Oracle photographer, Doc Parker, received a phone call at the Oracle office Monday night telling him he should go to the UC "poster shop" or the SG offices if he wanted to find out about "a really good photo." Parker said he told Oracle Photo Editor Bill Cullerton who went to the UC after he finished developing his photographs for Tuesday's Oracle. Cullerton said he went to the SG offices and was where he met a "tall, bearded, dark-haired man" who told him about the pie-throwing plans. WHEN ASKED yesterday why he had not told Oracle Editor Valerie Wickstrom about the plans, .Cullerton said he had promised secrecy. Last night Merrick said he felt the incident typified people's "contempt for Mackey" and had he known about the plans in advance, he would probably not have warned Mackey. Merrick told the Oracle he had heard the masked pie-thrower was an SG senator named Jim. SG President Bill Davis said he had no prior knowledge of the in_ cident. Following the incident, Mackey's sole comment was that it was a shame the thrower had to waste the chocolate pie on him. wtdntsday's ORACLE Feb. 19, 1974 Vol. 8, No. 115 12 pages A pie "Hotline" ... when masked assailant plastered Mackey Open files sought Pres. Cecil Mackey in a calm moment ... with assistant Joe Busta and student Elizabeth Gibbs, 2DUS. Utility aid seen BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer A State official said yesterday the Board of Regents

2 -THE ORACLE February 20, 1974 Simon grants Fla. more gasoline WASHINGTON -Florida :vvm get a two per cent gas tncrease to eliminate long lines at service stations, energy director William E. Simon said yesterday. Simon announced along with Florida, 19 of the hardest hit states will get an 'emergency injection' of gasoline to take effect within a matter of days. The allocation would increase total gasoline inventories by five per cent in the others. Getting a five per cent increase are Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Oregon, Vermont, Virginia and West Virginia. In addition to Florida, the two per cent boost goes to Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. Sec. makes visit WASHINGTON President Nixon yesterday announced Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger will make another trip to the Middle East next week in an effort to diSengage Syrian Israeli troops and bring about an overall Arab-Israeli peace. The President made the an nouncement to newsmen in the Rose Garden of the White House after meeting for nearly 90 minutes with Foreign Ministers Ismail Fahmy of Egypt and Omar Sakkaf of Saudi Arabia. Hearst asks release SAN FRANCISCO -The parents of kidnapped Patricia Hearst yesterday asked the Symbionese Liberation Army to release her on her 2oth birthday Wednesday as a "gesture of sincerity" in response to Hearst's proposed distribution of $2 million worth of free food to the poor. But 24 hours after Randolph Hearst announced the food program, there was no Compiled from the news wires of United Press International word from the mysterious SLA terrorists who abducted his daughter Feb. 4. Aides' trials begin NEW YORK The historic criminal trial of President Nixon's former cabinet officers John N. Mitchell and Maurice Stans formally began yesterday in Federal Court. The defense immediately requested dismissal of all charges. Mitchell and Stans are accused of trying to influence a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation of the tangled financial affairs of millionaire financier Robert L. Vesco in exchange for the $200,000 cash contribution to the Nixon 1972 reelection campaign. Ford talks election WASHINGTON Ignoring the Watergate issue, Vice President Gerald R. Ford yesterday said an underdog Democrat won his old House seat because of economic turmoil and Republican cam paign blunders. When he first heard the news Monday night, Ford told a reporter its political message scared him -a reaction shared by other leading Republicans and Watergate had played a role in the loss of the long-secure Republican seat in Michigan. Author wants truth ZURICH -Exiled author Alexander I. Solzhenitsyn said yesterday Western journalists had invented stories about him since his expulsion from Russia and told them to "write only the truth "I fought in the Soviet Union against the fact the press lied as they liked and you could not verify it," Solzhenitsyn said. "But I will not stand for it from the Western press. Write only the truth and actuality and whatever did not happen, do not write, otherwise it is impossible to live." READ ORACLE CLASSIFIED ADS! Oil laws need examining MARSHALL MC LU HAN TALLAHASSEE -With more and more oil being taken out of the Florida earth, the state should start thinking about getting more revenue from it, a high state official suggested yesterday. "If the state. is to suffer some environmental damage from oil drilling, the state should share as a partner and get more out of it," said Joel Kuperberg, director of the Internal Improvement Trust Fund. The state now permits drilling for oil on state lands based on an annual rental, plus whatever bonus is offered in sealed petitive bids, plus one-eighth of whatever is discovered. Prisons don't help CINCINNATI-The American correctional system "isn't correcting anyQne," and a get tough will only serve to increase the problem of juvenile delinquency, the Secretary of Health and Rehabilitation Ser vices for Florida said here Monday. "Tough policies attract the sadists of our society to prisons as employes," Oliver J. Keller told the Citizens Committee oh Youth. Fires hit Florida TALLAHASSEE -,-A rash of wildfires have burned more than 17,000 acres in parched central and south Florida since Friday, the State Forest Service reported yesterday. Fighting the fires, according to Fire Control Chief Ed Sweeten, is being hampered by problems with getting the fuel for the air patrols planes that detect the blazes and map out the route. Ground equipment has had no problem getting adequate fuel, he said, due to cooperation of sup pliers. ""' w1rt news edited by Sheila Hooper Ford sales attacked MIAMI The state filed a complaint yesterday alleging Friendly Ford Inc. of North Miami Beach used deceptive advertising in offering "100 per cent guarantees" .on used car sales. Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin said the guaranty actually excludes tires, paint, body work, glass and trim. He said the newspaper, radio and TV ads state or imply Friendly Ford provides a 100 per cent guaranty good for 30 days or 2,000 miles or a 100 per cent mechanical used car guaranty. State wants land TALLAHASSEE The Governor cabinet reaffirmed the state's determination yesterday to buy $40 million worth of the Big Cypress Swamp, but ordered a 30-day delay in order to make it as "painless as possible" for the private lan downers. The cabinet rejected a proposal of State Parks and Outdoor Recreation Director Ney Lan drum to start immediately to buy about 125,000 acres, much of it bordering the Everglades National Park. "This proposal encircles enormous amounts of private property, landlocking the private owners," Agriculture Com missioner Doyle Conner com plained The Oracle is the official student.edited newspaper of the University of Florida and is published four limes 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, Fowler Ave. Tampa, Fl2. 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 corresnondence to The Oracle, LAN 472, Tampa, Fla., 33620. Second Class pcstage paid at":' mpa, Fla. The Oracle r tserves the right to regulate the typographici"I tone of all advertisements and revise or turn away copy it considers objectionable. Programs, ;.ctiv:ties and facilities of the University of South Florida are available to all on ;r non-discriminatory basis, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age or national origin. The University is an affirmative action Equa1 Opportunity Employer. Gulf may buy circus HOUSTON The Gulf Oil Company's Board of Directors has shelved plans to purchase the Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus, a company spokesman said yesterday. The spokesman said the board of Gulf Oil considered the pur chase of the circus by one of its subsidiaries, Venture Out in America, Inc., during the board meeting here last week. I !WHITE SPRINGS COMES Toi USF Sun. Feb. 24th j I T08 P. M. I SUNNY BLUEGRASS ORANGE BLOSSOM BLUEGRASS COUNTR". BLUEGRASS 1 .00 Students 1.00 Non-Students Tickets At Mi Back Yard Cross Lode Bookshop The Great Pants Factory, Fowler Ave. Mason Trading Co. V.V.A.W. Hdqtrs, :105 W. Waters Ave. The Women's Center on Campus Arid Any V.V.A.W. Member TO SPEAK HERE MONDAY. 8 PM, FEB. 25, USF GYM FREE, EVERYONE WELCOME Meet Mr. McLuhan at a reception at 3:30 PM, Feb. 25, UC Ballroom Sponsored by COLLEGE OF EDUCATION'S COLLEGE COLLOQUIUM STUDENT ENTERTAINMENT ACTIVITIES COMMITTES (SEAC) UNIVERSITY LECTURE SERIES


Manhole magic Oracle photo by Bill Leader Sunlit rain produces an iridescent view of squares on a manhole cover in front of the UC and the wetness is expected to fall again today with a 40 per cent chance of rain. High temperatures today and tomorrow will be in the low to mid 70's. Picnic areas get space approval Requests for Argos and Andros picnic areas were approved yesterday by the Space Utilization and Analysis Com mittee, Lillian Yorks, director of Space Utilization and Analysis, said. Grills for the Andros area have been purchased by SG, Richard Merrick, SG president-elect, said. Plans for installation of the equipment in the wooded area near Mu dormitory wili be arranged, he said. The Argos picnic area is part of a landscaping promise made by administrators to Gamma residents last year when the women protested against the construction of a parking lot in that area, SG Pres. Bill Davis said. Also approved at the meeting were requests for a "USF Room" in the new library, enclosement of the breezeway in the Physics building and classroom improvements in the Chemistry and Life Science buildings, York said. Discussion on the. subjects of possible daycare facilities in Andros Office Building and a student lounge in the Business building was tabled for future meetings, she said. No smoking rule may be enforced BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer If you are having trouble reading the words on this page through cigarette smoke in your class, help may be on the way. USF Vice President for Administration Ken Thompson said Monday he and Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs will issue memoranda to their areas directing the policy prohibiting smoking in class be enforced. Access hosts Picasso heads Dr. Jim Vickrey, USF Director of University Relations. and Terry Edmonson, director of L ; niversity Development, will he featured tonight on WUSF-FM's question and answer program Access. Both are active with the Picasso-CSF construction program. Listeners may call in questions at hcgin!ling at (i::rn p.m THOMPSON said he had received complaints from students about smoking in class and will issue a memo today to various parts of the University to get the rule enforced. It involves "rights of the smoker vs. the rights of the non smoker," he said. "It (smoking in classJ is an affront to people's right to breath clean air," Thompson said Dave Jordan, assistant to the vice president for Academic Affairs, said the memo was in Riggs' dictation and will be sent out "as soon as he (Riggs) can get to it." THE SITUATION "has reached the point where it is causing extensive damage," Jordan said. Burnt rugs and spilled drinks used for ash trays are common, he said. Thompson said he felt the rule would not need strict en forcement. "This is the type situation where if you bring it to people's attention, it will take care of itself he said. Thompson said he didn't believe people understood the discomfort and damage they arc causing THE ORACLE -February 20, 1974 1977 earliest projection for bookstore building 3 BY JILL AARONSON Oracle Staff Writer Director of Auxiliary Services Tom Berry. said yesterday plans are underway for a new bookstore to house the Textbook Center and what is uow the UC bookstore. "Taking into consideration availability, parking, and traffic flow, I think the area to the east of the Language-Literature building would be an ideal location," he said. BERRY SAID a new bookstore would solve many problems and "our ability to provide services will be greatly enhanced.'' The larger bui,lding would enable an increase ih both text and mer c ha n di se inventory, he said, noting, "We may also be able Lo expand into other lines of mer chandise." Construction would probably not be completed until 1977. THE PROPOSED project was approved by an advisory com mittee made up of officials from Student Affairs, Academic Affairs and Administrative Affairs, Berry said. "IT IS A JOY!" The plans must be approved by USF Pres. Cecil Mackey before they are forwarded to the Board of Regents

-1-THE ORACLE People must be exorcists There are times when almost anyone might wish for an exorcist. The demon-ridder, currently being publicized in film, could be helpful in cleaning up the English language; opening the USF Administration and setting the feet of U.S. government officials on paths of honesty and justice. THE STATE of things is not yet such that we need to resort to devil-drivers. However, even if one believes in satanic powers, only the people can stop what they see as faults in the system. As aptly pointed out

USF, BOR, Shevin say tuition plan constitutional THE ORACLE -February 20, 1974 DOONESBURY JOAN/&, WHAT ON j MR.TH.AR& AU 7HE5E t,,Er1ER5 YOIJ K&tP by Garry Trudeau YOtl'Ri3 WU.., I lr!PPIN6/ 1HOfJ6HT I'fJ BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Managing Editor USF, in a brief answering a class action lawsuit seekfng equal tuition for all state residents, has stated it feels the Board of Regents

6 -THE ORACLE February 20, 1974 Minda Stephans, 3ART, traces a face .. in "Rock Form," a photograph on exhibit in the TAT lobby. Bailey photos. seen BY JEFF STRANGE Oracle Entertainment Writer Art professor Oscar Bailey can't beat the gas shortage, but instead of moaning about it, he has done something constructiv in his leisure time. Bailey has taken a series of pictures of shadows portraying himself. This series was taken in Lutz after the prOfessor became angered over the gas shortage; Bailey could not go anywhere, so he captured hi.mself

Smelling sweet Uncle Dirty and folk singer Vince Martin are appearing in SEAC cof feehouses tonight, tomorrow and Friday. Photo furnished THE ORACLE -February 20, 1974 7 Coffeehouse duo offered A comedian and folk singer team up this week for SEAC coffeehouse tonight, tomorrow and Friday at 8:30 p.m. in the Empty Keg. Uncle Dirty (real name Bob Altman) has a spontaneous rap that can range from a satire on dating to a plea for more love and compassion for modern society. Vince Martin is most famous for the song he says he least likes to remember, "Cindy, Oh Cin dy." Another song written by Martin which gained moderate fame in the Miami area is "If the Jasmine Don't Get You, the Bay Breeze Will." Both performers have, built a following at the Flick Cof feehouse in the Cocoanut Grove area of Miami. Admission is 75 cents for full time students and $1.50 for the public. Original poetry presented Juergensen to recite The English Forum is sponsoring a poetry reading by Humanities Professor Hans Juergensen at 8 p.m. Friday in the Physics Auditorium. Dr. Juergensen, who has written seven books and has another one being published, said he hopes this will be the begin ning of many public readings by both faculty and students. "Musicians have recitals and artists exhibitions but writers have not been heard at this University," he said. Juergensen said he will also be guest poet at the Birmingham Arts Festival in March and will be sponsored by the Alabama State Poetry Society. Admission is free. ............. ENJOY 4 EXCITING DAYS ON BOARD 1Child of the Sea' plays today BY MARCIA DEMING Oracle Correspondent The Literature Hour performance of "Child of the Sea," written and directed by George Randolph, is a presentation of an intriguing variety of visual and aural phenomena instead of an interpretation of what we define as literature. Man are alternated with photographs of an actual developing fetus and the stormy music from "Night on Bald Mountain" all combine to convey the tumultuous processes of emerging life. SEVERAL performances also 1 added to the quality of the show. Debbie Mitchell was particularly unnerving in her vocal and facial responses to the fear-inspiring, law-giving image of the Madonna. Mike Caruthers gave much warmth and reality to the role of the Dreamer, providing good direct communication with the audience, although some of his gestures came across as too stiff and formal. Joan O'Connell, sometimes a bit too wide-eyed a stereotype of the Child, more often blended in well with the concept of the character and the show. "Child of the Sea" is a worfh while experience whether or not w1c is familiar with the ideas of oral interpretation. It will have its final performance today at 2 p.m. in LAN 103. Admission is free. SHIP CRUISING THE BAHAMA ISLANDS : ONLY *162.00 per person : Depart Miami March 18, 197 4 v,. Return Miami March 22, 1974 i : For Complete details contact: +: American Overseas Randolph, an instructor in the Department of Speech Communication, shows great imagination in the use of people as objects, or as he calls them, "dream images," using a chorus to represent the waves of the ocean

8-:-THE ORACLE sports February 20, 1974 JM weigh-in starts today Weigh-ins will begin this af ternoon for the upcoming In tramural Wrestling Tournament Feb. 26-28. Matches, governed by NCAA rules, will be fought in the gymnasium. The weigh-ins are mandatory for all those wishing to enter. All participants can either weigh-in today from 2-3 p.m. or 7-9 p.m. tomorrow in the locker room. "W.e had about 220 participants last year and we're expecting about the same or more," said Andy Honker, recreational sports coordinator "Wrestling draws just as much spectator interest as any other event," Honker said. The winning team in each league will receive a total of 160 points toward its overall in tramural standings. i!'ill .................... "'"' ......... """".,,.it ... la(( 1* "'"' \<;tlll'! t lllG11111itll l1>$ .. r lftll! ... ............. ... ... .. ... ,, .......... \ AAU Action Photo by Doc Parker While most of the honors were carried off by non-USF participants at last weekend's Region IV Swim Championships, the Brahmans John Connelly did capture the 500-yard freestyle and placed third in the 1650-yard free. Cagers USF 64 USF's basketball team assured itself of its second losing season in three years of varsity com petition last night, blowing a nine-point lead and the game to the Florida Southern Moccasins 67-64. ENJOY Lose Fla.So. 67 Leading 36-29 at the half, the Brahmans lost its chief rebounder when Gerald Long fouled out with 2: 11 left paving the way for 6'9" Moccasin John Edwards, who finished with a game-high 22 points. TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITAllON as taught by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. There will be an Introductory Lecture Wed. & Thurs. Feb. 20 & 21 at 7: 30 p.m. in the UC 251 Swimm ers await decision Also, there will be an open b.ouse on THE SCIENCE OF CREATIVE INTELLIGENCE. Featuring a color video tape of Maharishe on FRIDAY, FEB, 22 at 7: 30 p.m. in UC 252 Admission is FREE --All are Welcome SIMS BY MIKE KASZUBA and PAM JONES While Athletic Director Dr. Richard Bowers hasn't yet pulled the plug out of the USF swim program nor tossed it a life jacket, Dr. Joe Howell, vice president for Student Affairs, said, "A recommendation should Sports wire be made by Dr. Bowers this week Bowers said Swim Coach Bob Grindey has begun to locate other schools for his swimmers "just in case. There's a strong possibility the swim program could be out." WITH THE future of his swimming program at USF under discussion, Grindey is looking no further than this weekend's two meets with Florida State and Georgia Tech. The Seminoles will be in town Friday for a 4 p.m contest against the Brahmans. "FSU is stronger than we are on paper,''. the Coach said. "But we should be competitive in several events. COMPLETE WATERBEO ........ $54.95. Complete bed includes ready-to-stain floor frame, quality mattress with 5-yr. guarantee, fitted safety liner, and foam pad. Pressure mounts "At this point FSU doesn't have anyone with a better time than John Connelly. and I expect a good performance from Scott Koznar too," Grindey added. Stained and upholstered frame packages are also available. WATER MA TT RESS can sizes> ... $24.95 on UK cage coach F:,SU HAS several fine swimmers, including John Hegert in the backstroke; Phil Wise, a distance man; and Bob Gordon in the butterfly. Steve Mrazek is one of the Seminoles' top sprinters and Bill Whitmyre will be swimming breaststroke. WATERBED HEATERS .... 29.95--49.95 tT.L. Recognized with 2-yr. warranty. ATLANTA

THE ORACL E February 20, 1974 9 draft ok'd in concept BY MATT BOKOR Oracle Staff Writer A "Blue Ribbon committee" appointed by the State Supreme Court to draft collective bargaining guidelines governing public employes has "agreed in concept" on content of the draft, Committee Chairman Ben Patterson said yesterday neutral enforcement agency, strikes, unfair labor practices and methods of employe organization, Patterson said. "It's difficult to say if the American r'ederation of Teachers (AFT l will be elected as the -representative," he said Colors and kids "All of the members have agreed on. the basic language," Patterso.n said. "The exact wording is the only thing holding us up now." "THE AFT is strongly in favor of Patterson's collective bargaining. guidelines," Dr. Willis Truitt, co-ordinator of a USF AFT membership drive; said "We'd like to see them implemented as soon a s There are few things children enjoy more than coloring with a friend on a sunny afternoon and Amy Eisler, 4SOC, spends her Sundays tutoring children from "New Homes" Migrant Camp in Ruskin, Florida. Amy, a .University Volunteer Service worker, tutors camp children under the direction of Father Finton Muldoon from USrs Catholic Student Center. PATTERSON said he expects to present the draft to the court by March 4, with the draft "hopefully being complete" by the end of this week. Some of the guidelines in the draft include determination of a possible." .. Truitt said one fourth of the USF faculty has been contacted in connection with the AFT membership dri,ve, "and hopefully, the entire faculty will be reached by the end of this month." Lan-Lit council discusses synopsis Truitt said 77 per cent of those contacted favored the AFT and said they would vote for it if an election were held to select a bargaining agent. BY KEVIN SWEAT Oracle Staff Writer The College of LanguageLiterature Student Council Monday discussed plans to provide course information to students next quarter. The "course synopsis" will provide information for the student about courses to be offered in the College Qtr 3. The synopsis will give the course title, instructor, objectives. requirements (test, writing assignments, panels, reading) prerequisites, texts and prices. Plans have been set for the distribution of the synopsis during the week of March 11, through add and drop period The synopsis will be available to SG sets workshop A workshop for new student senators is sched uled toni g ht from 8-10 in UC 201, Mark Levine, SG vice president. said. The workshop sponsored by the Student Senat e Rules and Cal e ndar Comm itt ee, is designed to prepar e senators-e l ect for office, which they will assume Qtr :3. Levine said. A nother workshop will be offered Feb. 28 from 8-10 p m. in UC 256. sell it fast with Oracle Classifieds LUTZ PAINT & BODY SHOP The place to have you ar repaired correctly. 907 I 29th Ave PH. 971 -111 5 ... 4 -students who will register during regular registration March 21-22. make plans to provide another course synopsis Qtr 1 of next year. This would be completed by early registration, they said. The council also passed a resolution to make plans for a College Career Day to be held in September. "It's diffifult to say when the-. election will be," Truitt s aid. "First we have to wait for the bargaining guidelines If the project is successful, the council members said they will fl) .... cc .... .... er Cl er cc fl) cc .... .... .... .... .... .... t: :c :c Cl .... er a: fl) .... a: .... .... 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10 -THE ORACLE February 20, 1974 Women conducting discussions on rape A rape preve ntion panel sponsored by the Tampa Women 's Center and assisted by USF and Hillsborough Com munity College representatives, is scheduled today and tomorrow at 7:30p.m. in HCC's Dale Mabry Campus main building, room 226. Featnred panel members will \ \ '' EASY .. \ \TRAILS include panel organizer Pegg y Apgar, head of Rap Cadre's women's program; Cynthia Highsmith, HCC's SG-student activities coordinator; Detective Betsy Colson of the USF police force and two members of the national organization "Stop Rape." QUALITY CAMPING_EQUIPMEN 8711 N. 40th St. 988-0045 Opn Tlavr., Fri., s.t. 9-9 Mon. & Wetf. 9-6 Sun. 1, Clonll_THS Artful repose Photo by Chris Millone OUTFlnERS FOR CAMPING BA.CK PACKING, A Fine Arts student takes a class break and rests against an art project which was probably designed for more esthetlc purposes Saga meal ticket thefts among week's vandalism BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer Saga Food personnel reported the theft of 24 books of meal tickets yesterday, University Police (UP) said. The meal tickets were allegedly taken from Andros Center 110-A. UP sources said they have two suspects in the case which is pending further investigation UP THIS week also reported the theft of a Chevrolet sedan valued at $700 from parking lot 24A. Another vehicle on campus was vandalized with damage totaling $500, UP reports stated Other vandalism incidents reported included the breaking of a window in Beta Hall One person was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and two others were Drug analysis The Drug Rap Cadre has released the results of last week's drug analysis. PURPORTED ANALYZED DESCRIPTION CONTENTS CON'.fENTS Brow11 liquid Opium Negative 1 Brown tab LSD LSD 1 Yellow tab THC PCP White powder Quaalude Methaqualone White powder THC PCP Blackish gum Hashish oil Negative Blue and white cap with white powder Unknown Methaqualone apprehended by UP. In vestigation of this case is still pending, UP reports said A nonstudent was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of an alcoholic beverage SEVEN BICYCLES were stolen this week, all from areas surrounding the dormitories, UP reports said. The bikes were valued at _$509. Other dormitory thefts totaled $20, the report said. Traffic acidents resulted in $1010 worth of damages although there was only one minor injury in the six acidents Traffic accidents resulted in $1,010 worth of damages although there was only one minor injury in the six accidents this week; reports state UP transported 12 persons to various medical facilities, the report said A USF coed allegedly used profane language and caused a disturbance during a UP in vestigation ; the report said The incident, termed "malicious misconduct" was referred to Student Affairs. We Carry CAMl' TUILS, WENZEL, Qm sTAG COGHLAN'$ OPTIMUS, MOUNTAltf.HOUSE' 1 I COLEMAN 4 OTHERS rAiiiiti1 A ......... FLORIDA TRAILS ASSOCIATION. INC. Tl?EATS YOU LIKE A FRIEND Jobey Link cuts down costly pipe repairs Why not come in for a FREE DEMONSTRATION Full Line of Distinctive JOBEY Pipes PIPE&POUCH Floriland Mall Help with. law test begins next week CHAINWHEEL DRIVE A special non-credit course to help persons who plan to take the Law School Admissions Test IT offers course Students may receive credit for tutoring by enrolling in Intensive Tutorial's new course, Selected Topics Research

( t: A S S I I _I? It A It ) THE ORACLE -February 20, 1974 ( HELP WANTED ) PART-TIME TELEPHONE REPRESENTATIVE FOR TAX SHELTERED INVESTMENT CO. WORK IN OUR OFFICE MON-THURS Spm lo 9pm and on FRI. 4 to &pm. START AT S2.SO AN HOUR PLUS MONTHLY BONUS. CALL 872-9236 BETWEEN 1 and 5pm. FULLER BRUSH invites you to reap the rewards along with the freedom of in dependence an opportunity to make more per hour. than most people make on a salary part time work. 932-2635. ( MISC. FOR SALE ) EVERYTHING in my apt. must go! Fur niture-waterbed & frame, desk, bookshelves, etc. Kitchen utensils, sheets, towels, clothing, books, all at give away prices. 971-2045. IR I SH Setter Puppies, AKC, $75 and up, 949-633S. SMOOTH gaited western pleasure horse: Gentle but spirited. $27S. 935-3S37. DESPERATELY need someone to take over my contract at Fontana Hall for 3rd Qtr. Call Drake eves. after 9:30 971-76S6. PRE-1900 Upright Piano; excellent condition $200.00. Call 971-8354 after 5 :30 p.m. WE HAVE denims in regular and bells and cords in bells. Also boots, shirts, & western hats. Only 10 min. from campus. Straight leg Levi cords in 3 colors have just come in. Bermax Western Wear 8702 Nebraska Ave. FREE to good .home: Mixed breed puppies, 9 weeks old. Nick 971-1466. ( REAL ESTATE J TOWNHOUSE for sale. 2 BDR., close to USF, 1'12 baths. Kitchen equipped. $24,000, FHA financing available. 988-7189. $4636 EQUITY is Yours! Take over payments on 3BR, 12x60 mobile home $91 per mo. s minutes from USF. Phone Betty after 3 p .m., 971-97S9. RIVERFRONT, C.B 2 bdrm, l'h bath home, lS min. to Temple Terrace, S4S,OOO Elsie Pickard, Inc. 677-1677, 677-1248. r AUTOMOTIVE l '73 DODGE Van 6 cylinder, standard shill, 12,000 miles, carpet and paneling. $2650. 971-7S53 after 6. '69 JAVELIN. SST excellent condition, radio-heater, power steering, tangerine orange with spoiler & other trimmings. Good tires. Small 290V8 2 BBL for good gas mileage. Call Scot 971-5900. '67 CAMARO, headers, Nabb wheels. 5750. 8508 1 llh St. after 4: 30 p.m. FOR SALE: '68 Firebird convertib:e autoT A-C, and PS. Power top, ne w tires. Economical 350 engine. For more in formation call Steve at 971-3125. FOR SALE 1973 No va Hatchback, 14,800 miles. excellent condition, automatic. Must Sell ; 52095 or best offer. Contact Bill Brown 971-9SSO. '65 VW CAMPER, new tires, rebuilt engine. Best Offer. Call 949-2652. I SERVICES OFFERED I TERM PAPERS typed-quick, neat and accurate. Reasonable rates. Contact Cynthia at 971-S948 anytime after 5:30 FAST, accurate typing service. 48 hr. service in most instances 2 min. from USF. Between 8:30 and 5 :00 call 879-7222 ext. 238. Aller 6:00 call 988-3435. Ask for Liz. SPECIALIZED TYPIST IBM CORRECTING Selectric, carbon ribbon, pica or elite. Greek symbols. Exp. Turabian, Campbell, APA, etc. s min. from USF. Nina Schiro, 971-2139. If no answer, 235-3261. CANOE RENTALS-SALES DAY.OR WEEK 93S-0018 TYPING, Fast, Neat, Accurate, Turabian. I BM Corrective Selectric. Carbon ribbon. Pica or Elite. All types of work. Machine is great for professional looking Theses Close to USF. 988-0836 Lucy Wiison. EXTRAORDINARY TYPIST 6+ years of Quality University work, IBM Selectric-car. rib-pica-type chgs References-90 WPM-All Style Manuals. Dis serf at ionsS tatisti ca I data -le rm papers-MSS-Rush Jobs-Gloria 884-1969. MUSIC theory, Jan-Rock, Arranging. Evening Classes begin February 18. Ap plied Music Phone 239-9472. TYPING: Term Papers; Briefs. Short notice "if necessai=y/' See: Mary Ellen Wilson 1259 Northside Dr. Apt. 3 Nor thside Villas. I FOR RENT GEMINI HOUSE APTS. I Mile (23rd SI ) lo USF Central Air & Heat 2 Bedrooms Furnished SlB0 .00 Call Greg. 971-40S1. J COLONIAL GARDENS APARTMENTS 6 month lease-Students Welcome. Furnished or Unfurnished 2 BR, 1 bath. Complete with swimming pool, rec room & laundry facilities. SUBLET one bedroom apt. Furnished, some rooms carpeted. Start on or before Mar. L Call 977-0697 $120 per month. FURN. RM. in pvt. A-C home. Pvt. en!. and bath, quiet area, near USF. Upper or grad. male student only. Phone 988-7667 a.lier 5. 2 BEDROOM, Jl/ 2 bath trailer, central air & heal, W-W carpet, furnished or un furnished. Call 239-922S after 6 LA MANCHA DOS, Tampa's only student apt. complex. 572-90 per month. 1 block from campus on 42nd St. 971-0100. GREEN OAK Villa New 1 & 2 Bedroom furnished apartments; Varied lease; near USF. Call 971-4408 or 971-1424. I LOST & FOUND: ) LOST: Fully lined, homemade, gold plaid C.P.O. jacket. Ha s seamstress tag at neck. Reward offered for r eturn. Call 977-S532. FOUND: Black Cocker Spaniel pup Sunday night on 131st SI. Call Debbie al 971-2194. He misses his people and I can't give him a home. Sell it fast with Classifieds Ph. 97 4-2620 Lan-Lit 472 A-C USED AUTO PARTS SPECIALIZING IN FOREIGN CARS AND PARTS 10% DISCOUNT ON ALL PARTS FOR USF STUDENTS 14525 fLOCllA AVE. PH. 932-4329 APTS. & HOUSES TO SHARE ONE BEDROOM in 3-BDRM house available immediately. 3 mins. from campus. Quiet, spacious surroundings. Prefer upper or grad female. S4S mo. 371h St Box 989, off Skipper Rd. Call or come by Robert 971-1007. MALE roommates needed to share 3 bdrm. mobile home. 2 bath, central A-C & heat. 3 miles to USF. SSS per mo. & share utilities. Call 971-S321alter6 or leave name & number in Rm. 16 Engr. bldg. r PERSONAL en ) DATE MATCHING service. It's a simple, inexpensive and fun way to get .acquain ted. For complete info'rmation, ap plication, write New Friends, P.O. Box 22693, Tampa, Florida 33622. FORMING BAY' AREA HIKING-TRAVEL GROUP-are you interested ii\ hiking, camping, domestic & international ac tivities? Enjoy the social & economic advantages of getting with people like yourself, and the spontaneity will evolve.-We meet together at a twenty acre country site Feb. 23-call Don 974-2503, Diana 949-3193. MUSICAL ) GIBSON Acoustic guitar Model LGO, two years old. Call, then come l>v and check it out. Ph. 977-1727 ask for Mark: Before noon Mon-Thurs, after 6 Anytime weekends. MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS 1966 HONDA 160cc, SlS0.00 Save gas. 1801 Win Terrace, No. 112 just off Fletcher. Call Kathy at 974-2711 before s p m HON DA 1972 CL350, 8000 miles, saves gas. Street or trail. Make offer over S5SO. Call 2S7-6941 after 6 or on weekends. Remember you meet the nicest people on a Honda. l/103 w KE.NNE .DY 13LV0 ...... /Catering Service A vciilable National Student Exchange Program Application Deadline For Fall 1974 Exchange Is March 1, 1974 Over 25 universities now in NSE Program in all sections of the country. Freshmen and sophomores with 2.5 average are eligible. See Chris Randall at Off-Campu$ Term Program, FAO 122, Ext. 2536. lti MEN'S HAIR STYLING APPOINTMENTS AVAILABL..E NEXT PLEASE FLORILAND MALL BARBER SHOP R. K. BUSCH BL.VD. AND FL.ORICA AVE TAMPA, FL.ORICA PHONE 813-932-0604 BAYWWTE The average Navy Pilot isn't. No man who has mastered the flying skills it takes to fly and land on a ship From Aviation Officer Candidate School through Flight Training to the day his golden Navy Wings are awarded, he is tested; driven; pushed and tested again. And for good reason. The Navy has learned that without the will to succeed, no man can be successful. at sea can be called an average pilot. And the sense of accomplishment and satis faction that he enjoys are also above average. Which is only right. For the man who would go places as a Naval Aviator must pass through the most challenging and demanding training program to be found anywhere Which brings us to you. Do you have what it takes to fly Navy? FOR MORE INFORMATION: SEE THE OFFICER INFORMATION TEAM ON CAMPUS, AOC108, FEB. 25TH THAU 28TH, 9:00 TO 5:00. MARCH 1ST BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, OR CALL TEMPLE TERRACE, 985-1010 ANYTIME. ll


12-THE ORACLE February 20, 1974 Faculty okay joint PhD program Senior faculty of the Electrical Engineering Department have unanimously <"!pproved plans for a joint PhD pr(lgram with Georgia Institute of Technology, Electrical Engineering Chairman Merle Donaldson said yesterday. This approval comes after Georgia Tech issued what Engineering Dean Ed Kopp has termed "extremely favorable" response to the idea of a joint program. THE PROGRAM would offer a PhD from Georgia Tech in Electrical Engineering to students who would attend USF for all but one year of their studies, Donaldson said. USF does not have a PhD program in Electrical Engineering and cannot develop one on its own soon because of a Board of Regents (BOR) moratorium on new PhD programs. The proposed program would also provide for an exchange of faculty. Donaldson said many of the Oracle photo by Lorna Ellis Loading up Mail delivery continues throughout the weekend for campus dorm residents and Mike Benito, 4POL, delivers for the University post office and helps in the mail room. Here he loads the Andros elevator with student mail. details of the program have not yet been decided and will be developed in the future "WE HA VE just agreed on a cooperative program," he said. Georgia Tech has been told informally of the decision but formal notification will be given after approval of USF administrators, Donaldson said Donaldson said Kopp will send the proposal to administrators and possibly the BOR. KOPP WAS out of town and unavailable for comment. The program must be approved by State University System of ficials before it is instituted. A state official has indicated it is viewed favorably. Kopp has said he hopes the program can be instituted by September. Danforth group names student Robert W. Musslewhite, 5ENG, has been commended for a fellowship by the reading com mittee of the Danforth Graduate Fellowship Program. Suggested for the fellowship by A&P gives Thompson suggestions BY RUSSELL MANLEY Oracle Staff Writer The Administrative and Professional Council has com pleted consideration of a set of administrative policy statements and will submit the review to Vice President for Ad ministration Ken Thompdon today. Chairman Phyllis Marshall said the statements were sent to her. from USF Pres. Cecil Mackey's office with a request for review by the Council and report by Feb. 15. The policy statements are, according to Thompson, a compilation of all policies in effect at USF. "We are trying to group them all together in one place," he said. The Faculty Senate, Career Service Senate and SG were all asked to consider the statements and to supply some general University input," Thompson said. The Council divided into subcommittees to consider the different divisions of the policies and completed their review Friday morning. The Council's report, with recommendations, is being compiled and will be submitted to Thompson today, Marshall said. "Things of this nature will become policy statements in the future, so we're reviewing them while we have the opportunity." she said. Dr. Phil Bosserman, USF Sociology professor and Danforth associate, Musslewhite was one of 325 students chosen for in terview from 1,750 applicants. He is assured Of at least an honorable mention in the com petition. and will receive four years of assistance during his teaching career if he receives the fellowship. Health service charges would supplement budget BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer 'rhe possibility of charging a minimal fee for health services is being considered as a means of budget tightening, USF Health Center Director Larry Stevens said yesterday. "This possibility is being discussed and has been discussed for the last two years," Stevens said. "Now the discussions are getting more serious He said the Health Center staff is studying ways of tightening the budget or of getting funds other than activity and service fees for Center financing. Stevens said the Health Center is trying to get rid of any "fat" in the program. Last week, Vice President for Student Affairs Joe Howell said $375,000 had been proposed as the Health Center's budget for next year because Stevens recom mended it. The Health Center's budget for this year if $450,000. "I haven't told Howe.II I can work with $375,000 and maintain quality," Stevens said. "I feel if that's allocated and we still try to maintain the quality of care then some fee will have to be charged or some outside money received." GRAND OPENING ONE FREE WEEK OF DAY CARE MONTESSORI DAY CARE CENTER 933-1107 238-6315


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