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The Oracle

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The Oracle
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The Oracle (Tampa, Fla)
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Wickstrom, Valerie ( Editor )
Wright, Sandra ( Managing editor )
Thompson, Sue ( Advertising manager )
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University of South Florida
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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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Firm notes sublloenaed BY SANDRA WRIGHT oracle Managing Editor Florida Auditor Gen. Ernest Ellison _has subpoenaed the records of the South Florida Educational Planning Council, a private non-profit corporation with headquarters set up in the USF College of Education, sources said yesterday. Pasco, Pinellas Polk and Sumter Counties,'' corporation documents state. WILK AND corporation executive director Dr William Dannenburg of Education said they feel the activity is consistent with regulations. "We view it as part of our public service role," Wilk said Scintillating shiners show night USF See photo layout page 10 The corporation ; which uses a secretary paid with state money to do all its clerical work, is a cooperative venture between the College of Education and 12 neighboring county school boards, Education Dean Roger Wilk, a corporate board member, said yesterday The corpora ti on serves to provide the school boards with experts who serve as "coordinators" for projects and research, Dannenburg said. These persons, all from USF and "predominately" from Education, are recommended by Education officials on the board of directors, Wilk said. I wtdnesday's March 6, 1974 THE SUBPOENA was issued as part of a financial compliance audit and outside activity ilil vestigation at the University and is merely a formal way of asking for the information," Wilk said PROFESSORS who engage in such work file .outside em ployment forms and enter into a contractual agreement with corporate officials; Wilk and Dannenburg said. The cor poration usually pays them for their service "'the same way we would pay any teaching overload," Wilk said l o -RACLE Vol. 8, No. 123 12 pages The co1poration's statements show it was formed Jan. 14, 1970 during a meeting of USF, local school officials and Education representatives. Riggs mentioned for job as West Florida director "The general purpose is to improve education in the 12 county area composed of Charlotte, DeSoto, Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Lee, Manatee, All corporate clerical work is taken care_ of by a USF secretary who spends about one third of her time doing corporation work, Dannenburg said He said he usually spends about three to four Continued on page 12 BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Managing Editor USF Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs is being considered for the job of president of the University of West Florida personnel rate Riggs high on the list of presidential possibilities the sourcf" said "WHAT ELSE is new?" SUS' Executive Vice Chancellor Phii Ashier asked yesterday. "As a matter of general principle one of the people you look into is your vice presidents and vice chan cellors Riggs' assistant Dave Jordan said he was not aware Crosby had resigned and had heard nq news concerning Riggs' possible chances for the position. I haven't heard anything about it and I probably wouldn't tell you if I had," another of Riggs' co-workers, Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs William Scheuerle, s aid. Riggs, Jordan said, is "out of the country" on a vacation. DR, LUCIUS Ellsworth, who is organizing a search committee at UWF, said yesterday there are no "names in the hopper'' at the University. He said he did not know who Riggs was. Carl Riggs presidential possibillty

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2-THE ORACLE March 6, 1974 Wilson chooses balanced cabinet LONDON Harold Wilson, setting a swift pace ir.. his first 24 hours as prime minister, named a cabinet yesterday to battle the nation s economic crisis and then set about ending Britain's three day work week Compiled from the news wires of United Press International J Sirica will hold an open hearing today on disposition of a secret grand jury report, reportedly concerning Pres. Nixon s handling of the Watergate scandal, and a White House spokesman said today the President had decided on the legal stand he is taking on the matter. influence peddling case, at first declined to admit he even knew Mitchell. But, granted immunity he quickly started describing how he had interceded for Vesco with Mitchell in a number of incidents. Wilson back in power after 44 months of Conservative party rule, carefully balanced moderates and leftwingers in his Labor party cabinet. Nixon wants reform WASHINGTON President Nixon will propose campaign fi. nancing reforms Friday which would limit individual political contributions, shorten campaigns, prohibit "dirty tricks and keep campaign support in private hands, a high ranking White House official said yesterday. This official said the reform proposals Nixon will send Congress accent "fun disclosure'' in campaign financing and reflect Nixon's belief the government should be kept out of the financing field. Simon tells experts WASHINGTON Federal energy director William E. S i mon cheered by hints the Arab oil embargo might end soon, scoffed yesterday at "the preachers of doom who forecast serious gasoline shortages this spring and summer. Simon said the "instant ex perts" were wrong about utility blackouts, freezing homes and soaring unemployment last winter, and predicted they will be wrong about dire shortages in warm weather. Sirica holds hearing WASHINGTON Judge John Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler said the President's position would not be divulged until the court session begins today at 10 a m. EDT Immunity granted wire ntws edited by Sheila Hooper Defense cut seen WASHINGTON Sen John L McCl ellan, D-A.rk., said the Senate Appropriations Committe e would try to cut $3.5 billion from Pres. Nixon s $85. 6 billion military budget. Askew seeks tax rollback NEW YORK Key govern ment witness Harry L Sears was granted immunity from prosecution yest erday and immediately began testimony linking former Atty Gen. John N Mitchell to fugitive financier Robert Vesco Sears, accused of being one of the bagmen in the Mitchell-Stans Third giveaway TALLAHASSEE Gov Reubin Askew yesterday proposed a record $2. 5 billion general revenue budget, in cluding a two-mill rollback in property taxes and called on cities and counties to tighten their belts for lean years ahead with the energy pinch. Askew said because cities and counties receive more than half of the proposed state-tax budget $1.37 billion they have an obligation to follow the state's lead and cut back on travel and utility bills for the duration of the shortage. Askew's budget goes to the legislature, which annually rips it apart and pieces back together an amalgam of Askew's ideas and the priorities of House and Senate Appropriations Committees. The 1974 legislative session starts April 2. Electric 'bug' legal TALLAHASSEE Law en forcement officials can issue search warrants on information received from electronic sur veillance equipment if authorized by the appropriate state officials, Atty Gen. Robert Shevin said yestetday. In an opinion for St. Lucie County Judge E P. Defriesl, Jr .. She vin s aid the so-called sho t gun mik e can be used with th e approval of the governor, Department of Legal Affairs or any state attorney in the investig a tion of serious crimes. A "shot gun mike" is a d e vinc e capable of picking up con v e r sa tions th r ough a 40-foot glass plate window or in open areas up to 200 feet. FEA asks leave TALLAHASSEE Th e preside nt of the Florida Educa tion Association lFEA l called for Education C om mi s sioner Floyd T. Chri stia n to take a leave of absence pending th e out c ome of a grand jury investiga tion of his financ i a l d e aling s Christian .has been accused of directing state education contracts worth more than $1 million to businesses in which Robert Bussey holds or has held a financiai involvement. Bussey is a close friend and one-time business associate of Christian Charistian has already in dicated he will not step down during the grand jury in vestigation Fla. gas still short TALLAHASSEE Florida is 14. 6 million gallons short of its fair share of the nation's available supplies of gasoline Gov. Reubin Askew's energy chief said yesterday Homer G. Hutchinson made this estimate in appealing the the Federal Energy Office for a permanent monthly allocation of gas for Florida that is based on increased gasoline consumption last year rather than growth in number of registererl motor v e hicles He said 25 million tourists visit Florida annually, 85 per cent of them coming by automobile. Motor vehicle registrations do not reflect the presence of these out -of:state cars. although they are a substantial drain on the gas supply. he said. Bill lowers millage TALLAHASSEE Rep. Wayn e Micson. D-Ma ri anna. s aid SAVE 50% on Tires KING TIRE WAREHOUSE OUTLET Steel Radial, Belted R.W.L. Polyester & Nylon Most Sizes In Stock 5411 E. Henry Ph. 621-4550 Open Mon.-Fri. I I-7 Sat. &-2 The Oracle is the official student-edited newspaper of the University of South Florida and is published lour times weekly. Tuesday through Friday, durin9 the academic year period September through mid-June; twice during the academic year period mid-June through August, by the University of South Florida, 4 _202 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 Florid. 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 all on a non-discriminatory basis, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age or national origin. The University is an affirmative action Equal Opportunity Employer. yesterday passage of pending tax relief bills will keep local taxes from going up 50 per cent in the next two years." Micson said a proposed con stitutional amendment reducing the school tax millage from 10 to 7 mills would allow local districts to vote for additional taxes if necessary. If adopted by the legislature and passed by voters in a November election the amendment would take effect in 1975. r Generally fair and a little warmer through tomorrow with highs in lower 80s and lows upper 50s to 60s. Southeasterly winds around 10 miles per hour, becoming onshore seabreezes this afternoon SAN FRANCISCO Randolph A Hearst gave away another $300,000 in food ransom yesterday in his latest attempt to win the freedom of his kidnaped daughter Patricia. The distribution of boxes and bags to some 35,000 people, the biggest giveaway of the three Sl far took place in an atmosphere of extreme concern caused by the silence of the Sym bionese Liberation Army kidnapers, who have not been heard from for nearly two weeks. Tampa's only Natural Foods Restaurant We use NO processed foods, sugar, white flour, canned or frozen fruit or vegetables, harsh seasonings or chemicals in our cooking. Specials: Every Sunday: Eggplant Parmesan Every Wednesday: Fish dinner Daily Lunch Specials The Natural Kitchen Temple Terrace, Fla. 5326 E. Busch Blvd. (Pantry Pride Plaza) 988-3008 Mon.-Sat. -11 am-9pm Sunday 5-9pm : ....... .... -. ..

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Secrecy asked THE ORACLE -March 6, 1974 3 Court receives bargaining proposal BY MATT BOKOR Oracle Staff Writer The Florida Supreme Court received guidelines for collective bargaining yesterday which would implement secret negotiations and binding arbitration for state employes. Ben Patterson, chairman of the Public Employe's Rights Commission which drew up the proposals, said the decision of implementation is now in the hands of the court. p ATTERSON said the f:OUrt will probably schedule a hearing on the proposals for arguments, but does not know when it will be done. The recommendations call for the designation of an exclusive bargaining agent for public employes and a network of "special masters" to break standoffs between the employe and the employer, Patterson said. He said negotiations between the bargaining agent and government employcs would be conducted behind closed doors which violates the "Government in the Sunshine" law. The law requires open meetings of all public agencies. the Government in the Sunshine law is not applicable to negotiations between a school board and its labor negotiators," Shevin said. "Clearly, the same applies to consultations between an employe's bargaining agent and its negotiator USF Picasso Fund STATE ATTY. GEN. Robert Shevin said collective bargaining is already included in the state constitution and any provision of a court adapted plan necessary to implement it will "supercede existing statutes and procedures." ''The court has already ruled Also recommended in the bargaining outline is a system for deducting union dues for paychecks, election procedures for a unit representative and methods of employe organization, Patterson said. still short of money "A genuine horror tale with a It's crystal clear A solitary man looks in wonder at the Crystal Palace. Access today hosts Mackey USF Pres. Cecil Mackey will be tonight's guest on Access, WUSF-FM's telephone question and answer program. The program will begin at 6: 30 p.m. and listeners may phone questions in at 974-2215. BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer The Picasso Fund has not made significant progress in collecting funds during February, Picasso Fund Raising Chairman George Jenkins said yesterday. Jerikins' group is collecting money to build Pablo Picasso's "Bust of a Woman" at USF. A series of progress meetings, beginning tomorrow, will look at how the campaign is doing and how it will progress, he said. "There have not been any real changes," Jenkins said. The fund to build the statue "Bust of a Woman" totalled about 25 per cent of the required $500 000 in January, he said Registration shows declining enrollment BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer Final Qtr. 2 registration released yesterday, indicate USF enrollment has decreased by over 1,000 students since Qtr 1. Total present enrollment is 18,765 students, as compared with a student population of 19,808 Qtr 1. CURRENT enrollment is also down from Qtr. 2, 1973, when students numbered 18,988 Glen Clayton, director of Administrative Planning, said yesterday the figures were released almost a month late. The Board of Regents
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4 -THE ORACLE March 6, 1974 Streaking activity healthy, harmless At first glance, a bunch of nude students running around campus appears to be just another. prank in the same league with goldfish swallowing and panty raids But there is more to streaking than meets the eye. Unencumbered by bothersome clothes (except. maybe tennis shoes) streakers choose their objective and set themselves in motion, courageously spitting in the face of hated pneumonia. THE BENEFITS to be derived from sprinting in the buff are immeasurable. Streaking loosens joints stiff from sitting in classes all day Unused muscles are given needed exercise while fresh air perks up muddled minds Daylight streaking provides a nice, even tan. But the most important benefits of unclothed cavorting are psychological. TENSION BUILT under the pressure of academic life is replaced by feelings of adventure and freedom both physical and mental. With each stride, pent-up frustrations are poundeq out with a success never achieved in the campus riots of the sixties. And nothing builds self-confidence like a successful streak. Of course, the naked runners could be charged with indecent exposure. But to do so would be to misunderstand one of the most pleasant rites of spring. THE ONLY significant danger the Oracle sees in streaking is the possibility of streakers becoming victims of some sex perverts. We hope those streakers who run alone will recognize the possible negative legal and social ramifications of their ex posed dashes. Meanwhile, the University police say they're not sure what their policy towards streakers is, although Director of Safety and Security Paul Uravich says "we can't simply turn our backs if we see it." The Oracle believes this "wait and si-e" attitude is health for all concerned as long as no crimes or public distur bances are being perpetrated. Our men in green have so far avoided arresting any Brahmans in the buff. We credit them and the direction they have been given Renaissance Fair better than publicity Editor: I was greatly disappointed (but not greatly surprised) to note that besides two relatively small photographs, there was no mention of the Joint effort made by SG and the Fine Arts Council to put on a New Renaissance Fair, which was advertised as "Something for Everyone," and was completely free. There was no mention of the really good turn-out and that volunteers served over 400 people a free dinner of salad, brown rice, steamed vegetables, brown bread and butter, corn on the cob ORACLE ACP All-American since 1967 SDX Mark of Excellence ANP A Pacemaker Award i967, 1969 Editor .................. Valerie Wickstrom Advertising Manager ........ Sue Thompson Managing Editor ............ S.ndra Wright Layout Editor ............. Dave Moormann Copy Editor ................... JHn Trahan Photo Editor .................. Biii Cullerton Editorial Assistant ........ Stevan Northcutt Sports Editor ... .......... Mike Kaszuba Entertainment Editor ..... Anne Laughlin Advisor ...................... Leo Stalnaker News phones ......... .. .. 974-2619, 2M2, 2398 DEADLINES: General news 3 p.m. dally 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 without proof. Classified ads taken 8 a m noon two days before publication in person or by mail 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. and fruit, with hot tea, coffee, punch, and for a while, iced tea. There was little mention of the fan tastic music of a great variety which ran from Gospel music to rock and roll, nor of the art and craft exhibits or of the dancers of the films. There was also no mention of Kerry Kennedy
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DOONESBURY ROlAND's A 70UGH, CYNICAl RPORT&R, 50 OON'T TRY TO P!JT ANYTHING ON H//'1-IT's SIMPL.Y //SEf. 70 PR.flt:Nf) 1Hf I in bicycle>. acce Horie' ond apparel. SALES PARTS REPAIRS RENTALS THF. ORACLE-March 6, 1974 5 No arrests made Streakers continue BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer USF streaking spread to Argos Dormitory Complex Monday night with five males and one female streaking between Alpha Gamma Halls Previously all streaking had occurred in Andros Complex Uravich said he is concerned for the safety of female students. Something like this just en courages rapes," he said They are just asking for trnuble." "We're going to draw tht'Sl' kooks to the campus ... he said PUBLIC ITY of streaking in cidents, Uravich said. could add t6 the danger to female students by attracting people from outside the University Community. Uravich said UP are r eccl\'ing many co mplaints about noisr caused by crowds watching the streaking. Fifty to 70 persons gathered to watch the Alpha residents streaking. University Police officers arrived on the scene but did not apprehend or arrest anyone. UP Lt. Charles Wilson Said a streaker ran directl y in front of him last. night but he failed to apprehend the man 1974 SONGFEST. AFTER MOST of the crowd and the police had left, one woman resident of Gamma streaked from a lamp post in the quad to the Gold en Brahman Ice Cream Parlor and back. PICK UP APPLICATIONS NOW IN CTR 222 Catagories;1. 2. Cash Prizes 3. Acoustic Single A,coustic Group Folk Rock Alpha Resident Instructor Larry Roe said no disciplinary action has been taken on the streakers as of yet although they have all been identified SONGFEST TO BE HELD APRIL USF Theatre 4, 5, 6 "There's a lot of things to consider he said. "We have to consider what it does to students what it to them and -to their career," he said. UNIVERSITY Public Safety and Security Director Paul Uravich said he hopes streaking can be handled administratively rather than by arrests. I would really hate to see this really get out of hand," he said. "There are very real possibilities of problems that could occur." L/103 W KENNEDY t3LVD.' Bernardo Bertolucci 's -' -. l .. :-- I'. -. The first film by the director of "Last Tango In Paris" "BEFORE THE REVOLUTION doesn't widen the screen; it makes you widen your eyes. The world has opened: it is !'1e power of art." Pauline Ka el Wed. March 6 7:30 & 9:30 LAN 103 $1.00 Film Classics I

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6-THE ORACLE Bertolucci's "Before the Revolution" .. has one-shot stand in LAN 103 tonight V\IEDU highlights aired Tonight at 8: 30 on Channel 3 Eli Wallach stars. in "Paradise Lost the portrait of a decaying middle class during the 1930s. Tomorrow at 6 p.m. "'.fhe Mystery of Kohoutek" re examines the comet and ex plains why it was such a disap pointment to viewers, but not to scientists Friday at 8:30 p m a series of _television essays attempt to uncover the way different cultures interact in American Saturday at 10:30 p.m. the Special of the Week is set in Cuba on the eve of the 1959 revolution. The show revolves around Rachel one of the most beautiful of Cuban music hall stars. "Politics and Black Progress" will feature Julian Borid and John Lewis on Firing Line at 10 p m. Sunday. -Cancer is the subject of The Killers aired at 8 p m. Monday At 10 p m March 1 3 a tax quiz details the hows and ways of the tax laws. Tax forms are discussed by experts. Indian film offered "End of the Trail, a film portraying the American Plains Indians from still ph\)tos \vill be held Tuesday night at 7: 30. p m in the Tampa Public Libr ary. Admission is free 5 LB. BAG_........ .$1.19 LB l USDA GROUND : CHOICE SPECIALIZING GOOD THRU'j 3-15-74 SANDWICHES IN CHOICE & TOGO PRIME BEEF flETCHUAVf. Ufti ... nity ASSORTED of CUSTOM Soulh Aonda CHEESES CUTTING FOWlUA\IE .li .;; ;!; PARTY SIDES OR QUARTERS SMOKED MEATS MEAT "'. AND DELICATESSEN 5106112 E FOWLER AVE. PH 985-2376 1N HERAlo ;auRE -,, PH. 985-2376 HOURS: MON. -SAT 10 A M 11> 6 P.M CLOSED SUN. Photo furnished 1Revolution' tonight "Be for e t h e Revolution, the first film dir ec t e d by Bernardo Berlolu cc i will b e shown tonight al 7::30 and 9:30 in LAN 103. Other B e rlolucci films include "Last T a ngo in Paris," "The Conformist," a nd "Spider' s Strategem. Impious Salome re-opens tonight The poetic-religious play "Salome" is being presented tonight through Saturday at 8: 30 in the University Theatre. According to producer-director Carl Williams Salome," which was banned by Britain until 1931 for being a blasphemous play, is one of the best pieces of work done on the Anti-Victorian society. The 90-minute play has no intermission Reserved tickets are $1 for students and $2 for the public and can be purchased in the TAR box office, 974-2323. "Bef o r e t he Revolut i on, made in 1962, d e pict s a young m a n expose d to love and politics for th e fir s t tim e Nost a l g ia for life "before the r e volution prevents the hero from living up to his Marxist ide als Incurably bourgeois, he falls into order with the rest of his class Admission is $1. Ars Nova concert set Wednesday The Ars Nova Woodwind Quintet composed of USF faculty members, will perform riext Wednesday at 7:30 p m. in a concert sponsored by the Tampa Public Library. The performance will be free to the public and will be performed in the auditorium, 900 N. Ashley St. Stamng TOM LAUGHLIN DELORES TAYLOR CoSlarring CLARK HOWAT Screenplly by FRANK and !ERESA CHRIS!tNA .Produced by MARY ROSE SOLTt Directed by T C FRANK IPGI A National Student Film Corporation Production CelebrUng warner Bros. 50th Anniversuy D A Werner Communic1tion1 Comp1ny ONE WEEK ONLY-STARTS FRIDAY HILLSBORO TWIN I TOWER DRIVE IN, TWIN BAYS I Plant City-Mall I Clearwater-Clearwater Mall I Largo-Thunderbird DI Dade City-Pasco Tarpon Springs-Mall New Port Richey-Southgate Brandon-Brandon Twin I Brandenton -De Soto Mall I St. Petersburg: Dolphin, Plaza Twin 11, Seminole Mall Twin I Tyrone Square

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Box lifted Oracle photo by Bill Cullerton THE ORACLE -March 6, 1974 Parrish 1seacs' wholesome fun More student input and a return to "good. wholesome entertainment" are two SEAC goals for the next year, Pen Parrish, newly selected major events associate, said. "We think students are looking for something," Parrish said. "We are trying to promote quality entertainment and welcome student input. 7 Six boxes were originally part of this sculpture display produced by David Martin, 6ART, but one was stolen Monday, according to SEAC represen-tatives who sponsored the event. The show will be exhibited through March 15, so David, and the University, would like the box back. Songfest '74 and an all-day outdoor picnic are two of the major events scheduled for Qtr. 3, Parrish said. "The outdoor event is scheduled for April 28 at Riverfront Park," Parrish said. "Raft races, 100 frisbees and some good wholesome entertainment will be provided. Pen Parrish ... new programs head determine student en-tertainment, Parrish said. Passionella gives relief from tensions, studies New SEAC Pres. Paul Rutledge, 2COM, said his goal is to make SEAC "a more professional office.' "I want to talk in classes and dormitories for more personal contact," Rutledge said. "A lot of people aren't involved in programming." About 37 people applied for seven SEAC positions which range in salary from $250-$400 per quarter. Attorney sets talk Florida landlord and tenant laws will be discussed tonight by Tampa attorney John Newcomer at 8: 30 in UC 201 as part of the SG Legal Lecture Series. BY MARCIA DEMING Oracle Correspondent Jules Feiffer's "Passionella and Others," including Harold Swerg,' will have its last performance today at 2 p.m. in LAN 103 as the last Qtr. 2 Literature Hour Adapted and directed b y Bernard Downs, instructor of Speech Communication, the production offers distinctive narration and enthusiastic ensemble participation THE CHOICE of a grandmother figure as the narrator for "Harold Swerg" seems inappropriate. We're never sure who she's related to, as this is not clear from blocking or other indications. And we're not quite sure of what attitude she means for us to take toward t he story; she's too realistic to be telling a home y bed t im e story, ye t too stereotyped to let us think anything else. Perhaps the most outstanding feature of both stories was the energy and enjoyment which tLe whole ensemble shares with th e audience. A variety of visual gags, apparently created by th e group to supplement Feiffer 's t ext, includ e eve rythin g from a presidential scramble over a reel of t a pe to mimed scen es from the film "Casablanca." Sound effects range from a Kazoo chorus to a triple-speed r ec ording of "Bibidi Bobidi-Boo. SOME over-enthusia s m results in loom uch noise or confusion for the a udi e n ce lo catch some of w h a t i s said. Uncertai nt y about the identity of charac t e r s of first app earance (cos tum es for the group were modern shirts and LUTZ PAINT & BODY SHOP The place to have you (ar repafred correctly. 907 129th PH. 971 1 1 1 5 slacks l, and some confusion in changes of scene would sometimes delay the jokes' ef fect. The frenetic pace adds to the lEHAVRE SPORT CAR TIRE NARROW WHITE impact of the comedy, providing, no doubt, a needed release for students under end-of-thequarter pressures. SIZE FET A-60-13 24.63 2.02 G-60-14 28.86 2.90 L-60-14 33.96 3 .49 G -60-15 28.86 2.96 L-60-15 34.38 3.47 YOUR COST FET 520 x I 0 13.72 1.16 550 x 12 16.35 1.36 600 x 12 17.00 1.35 520 x 13 15.92 1.46 560 x 13 17.76 1.45 600 x 13 16.30 1.61 615 x 13 17.99 1.45 650 x 13 16.85 1.82 700 x 13 17.42 1.88 A78 x 1 3 17.59 1.83 560 x 14 17.33 1.53 695 x 14 15.63 188 735 x 14 17.63 196 560 x 15 15.29 1.74 600 x 15L 18.57 1.92 SEAC will run a poll at the first of next quarter in order to YOUR SIZE COST FET C-78-13 18.75 1.95 E-78-14 20.IO 2.22 F-78-14 21.03 2.37 G-78-14 21.61 2.53 H-78-14 22.86 2 .75 J-78-14 24.18 2.89 G-78-15 22.03 2 .60 H-78-15 23.22 2.80 J-78 I 5 24.69 3.01 L-78-15 24.91 3.13 LEHARVRE RADIAL SPORT CAR TIRE THESE RADIALS YOUR FIT MOST COMPACT SIZE COST FET CARS BOTH FOREIGN ---155 SR 25.00 1.49 AND DOMESTIC -155 SR 26.19 1.61 GET EVEN BETTER 165 SA 13 26.74 1.84 175 SR-13 29.36 1.86 GAS MILEAGE -THIS 165SR-14 28.52 1.92 175 SRl4 30.89 2.05 IS A PRICE Y.OU 155 SR-15 28.64 1.92 CAN AFFORD 165 SR-15 30. 1 7 2 .00 c 0 N c 988-4144 -Front end check free -Alignment for USF students, faculty, and employees $6.95 most cars -Get our prize on front end work -Computerized Electronic Balancing WITH A NAME LIKE DUDDY'S, YOU'VE GOT TO BE DIFFERENT! 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8 -THE ORACLE sports March 6, 1974 Cager hurt by irate fan Injury marred USF's intramural basketball finals yesterday when a spectator hurled a chair at Neil Shoaf of the "Warhawks" as t"he buzzer sounded ending the game. Shoaf suffered head lacerations and was taken to the hospital, according to Recreation Coordinator Andy Honker. Honker said a brief scuffle broke out after the chair was t hrown, as several of the players came to Shoaf's aid. Photo by Bill Cullerton USF Rugby plays Gators Carr ying a 2-1-1 record into the quarter break USF's Rugb y Club will host the University of Florida in their next hom e meet March 16, at 2 p m. The team will then take on the Atlanta Renegades in O rl a ndo Sunday March 17. Say so long to MIDNIGHT MADNESS with 11; in THE BIG STORE & AT THE CIRCUS Our farewell double bill at midnight Friday, March 8 & Saturday, March 9 ENA $1.00 University Police refused to comment, saying, "The incident is still under investigation ... Neil Shoaf was carried out on a stretcher ... after being hit on the head with a chair yesterday The Supreme Court wants film like "the good ole days''. So here it is ... Stenholm homers LUST FROM THE 30's! Brahmans take fifth win BY PAM JONES Oracle Sports Writer USF's Golden Brahman baseball team collected a total of ten runs, with a matching ten hits, to defeat the Huskies of the University of Connecticut yesterday, afternoon 10-4 Brahman rightfielder Rick Stenholm came up with two hits, a double and the team's first home run of the season, as well as driving in three other runs. WITH THE team's record raised to five wins and no losses Stenholm commented on the team as a whole "Everybody on this team is... playing together. There isn t any real leader on this team, but when one guy isn't having a good day, the rest of the team makes up for him." Stenholm also said there is no dissension among the team RHE Connecticut 003 010 0004 6 2 USF :llo 111 12x-IO 10 0 WP-Keller. LP-Lake. Hll-Stenholm
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Phqto by Doc Parker One last hurrah .. Four members of the Fontana Hall entry in women's intramural softball enjoy themselves before yesterday afternoon's game. This is the final week of activity for the women's league. THE ORACLE -March 6, 1974 9 Conflict cited between council, Howell records BY MIKE KASZUBA Oracle Sports Editor A discrepancy in what the USF Athletic Council's role should be concerning recommendations to drop both this schoof's intercollegiate golf and swim programs has risen, according to council member Tony Carvalho. Carvalho cited wording conflict between the minutes of a council meeting to discuss the dropping of the two sports and a letter sent from Vice President for Student Affairs Joe Howell to Pres. Cecil Mackey "IN THE minutes of our meeting," Carvalho said, "it says 'it was the general consensus of the members that any further study and recommendations should come from the new Athletic Council.' "But in Howell's letter to Mackey," he continued, "they in effect say the Athletic Council and its recommendations are going to be by-passed ... I'm not speaking for the rest of the Council." Howell was out of town and c:ould not be reached for com ment, as was Council Chairman Donn Smith. COUNCIL members Dr. Manny Lucoff and Dr. Joe Cory did not wish to comment on the situation last night. "I would hate to comment on something I really am in the dark 14975 Nebraska Ave (at Bearss) about," Lucoff said. "But I would like to look into it." "It was my interpretation that when the new council (council sports USF's Windjammer Sailing Club placed sixth and fourth in regattas the past two weekends Finishing five notches behind winning host Tulane University in the Tulane Windjammer Regatta, two Sundays ago, the Brahmans placed third last Sunday in the Florida State "Kasha" Regatta. The club's A-team, headed by Wendy Burns and Rich Riddle, followed winner Florida State ,.. membership rotates on a vearlv basis> was appointed they' d make the recommendations. Carvalho said. shorts University and runner-up University of Florida Miami's Lacrosse Team will meet the USF club Sunday March 10 at 1: 30 p.m. on the Brahman soccer field. Despite three scores from Ron Dubrow last Sunday, the Brahmans' record plummeted to 0-6 after they lost to Miami 9-7. The Death of 'BESSIE SMITH a play by Edward Theatre Centre TAR 120 March 7-10 8:00 pm FREE 974-2701 ... New & Used Motorcycles & Bicycles IT'S A PLANE IT'S A CAR IT'S UNISPORT! come m and see this uni<1ue combination of car and motorcycle economy, safety and thrills. This Week: Castro! Grand Prix Oil 89c qt Castro! Chain Lube 99c qt NGK Spark Plugs 89c each Streak on in here for dynamite service on your bicycle, motorcycle or what have you. A complete line of accessories, lubricants and parts. Free refreshment<; while you shop. 977-4775

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10-THE ORACLE March 6, 1974 Automobile, art among burglaries A 1968 Chevrolet convertible valued at $800 was stolen from parking lot six, University Police \UP) reports said. Other thefts this week amounted to $174.95 worth of money and property, the report said. The thefts included a women s purse, a motorcycle helmet and a potted plant taken from UC 108. An art exhibit piece was also taken from that room, the reports show The value of the piece has not been determined and neither have the value of some books and clothing taken from a car parking in lot six the bikes were taken from dor mitory areas. A pocket calculator worth $395 was stolen from a room in Eta Hall, the report shows. This was the only dorm theft this week although three vandalism in cidents were reported. A student was examined and treated at University Community Hospital after reportedly being assaulted by another student as the result of a water fight, the UP said. This was referred to Student Affairs. UP transported eight persons to various medical facilities. Library lights blaze into early morning hours ... the energy crisis hasn't dimmed lights or students' hopes for good grades SIX BICYCLES were stolen this week and the wheels and tires taken from another, the report said. The bicycles were valued at $529.95. All but two of Only one traffic accident oc curred this week, the report said. No injuries were reported and damage amounted to $215. Campus after dark UP officer.s also investigated two streaking incidents. FIGHT INFLATION Graduate students ... compile research When the glowing, orange Florida sun journeys its way west, USF is transformed into a world of soft lights and bright wonder. Those who walk through this nighttime campus for the first time soon recognize the inherent beauty in things which are merely drab bricks during the day. Ma:il (not to be taken lightly) is deposited ... the 24-hour campus mail station shines every evening Wednesday Night at 8:30 Tampa Attorn.ey John Newcomer will talk on Landlord rights sponsored by Student Government By sending all your friends to the Oracle photographers Doc Parker and Bill Cullerton took a quiet campus night walk and these photographs show how the nocturnal University looks through the lens of a camera. VIUAGE PRESCRIPTION CENTER and keeping our prices down. READ ORACLE USF student, staff, and faculty discount on Rx's. CLASSIFIED ADS! 10938-B N. S6th St: Terrace Village DQNT FIGHT ti-II SKORlAGI Al MAN,HA DOS AND to '72 .'10. '111-0100 988-3896

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SECURITY GUARDS MALE or FEMALE. All equipment furnished. Evening, night and weekend shifts. Within walking or biking distance of USF. 223-1561 for ap pointment. NEED MONEY? GIRLS, earn money in your spare time. Your room is your office. Work on campus at your convenience. For appt. call Howie 974-6381. JR., SR. or Grad. student with B average is needed to fill part-time afternoon position as legal assistant. If interested call 872-8424. { MOBILE HOMES J WOODED LOT for mobile home, 5 min. from USF SSO monthly, includes water, sewer. Quiel beautiful, boat ramp, fishing. Call Bob 988-4085. FOR SALE 12x60 Trailer near USF 2 bedrooms 1 bath. central air-heat, fully carpeted. Outside storage shed. Call 971-1228 after 5 p.m. ( MISC. FOR SALE ) ADORABLE pure bred Siamese kittens Sl5. Male and female, 4 left call 971-3772 before 11 a.m. or after 5 p.m. SOMEONE needed tc sub-let at LaMancha Dos. Leaving March 15. You don't pay till April. Contract expires June 15. Private Rm. Close to Campus. Call Paul 977-5990. 23 000 BTU Air Conditioner. Excellent condition. 5125. Call 839-8108 after 6. MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS I '72 HONDA 450, electric start, good mileage, dependable and mechanically sound 4,ooo miles, looks sharp. Must Sell lo best offer over 5700. Call 977-1415 anytime. ( RIDES ) GOING HOME for the weekend? Someone needs a ride. If you can give someone who's going to your town a ride, call 9742419 or come by the Student Government Community Services window in UC 156. ONE OR more riders needed to Atlanta over Spring break to split gas. Also going to Athens, Birmingham, and mayt-
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12-THE ORACLE March 6, 197 4 SG leaders w an t t uition b y h o u r BY JILL AARONSON Oracle Staff Writer The State Council of Student Body Presidents (SCSBP l, a t a recent meeting, supported a proposal asking university tuition b e assess. ed on a per-hour basis. The fee strw: :ture proposals would change the assessment of tuition for fulltime students from a constant amount ($190 un dergraduate, $240 graduate-for state residents) to a p e r c r e dit hour basis. THE COU NCIL which met Sunday and Monday in Pen sacola. recommended a fee system based on a s e t f ee p e 1 credit hour but for th e maximum fee requireme nt to r emain at the current l e v e l ( $ 190, $240 ) USF SG Pres. Bill Davis said. Also urged by the Council was SubpoenaContinued from page I hours per day involved in corporate business but alsc fulfills his teaching duties. "It might not be illegal but it s questionable," an auditing source said. Roger Wilk ... a 'public service' WILK AND Dannenburg said they had been informed the auditor general questioned the propriety of such an operation but said they felt it aids development of academic programs and pooling of expertise. Dannenburg said the corporation allows University personnel to share information with local school officials He said he views it as a Lridge we travel across" to bring com munity involvement to USF "We have developed a mechanism whereby all partners in the educational process can communicate," Dannenburg said. "The goal is regional planning of education." The corporation owns "some inventory, Wilk said, consisting mainly of "some rowboats" and marine supplies 4200 Fletcher Ave. what they said w a s a more equitable distrubtion of Student Activities and S e rvic es among students. The group asked th e s e f e es be a ssessed on a propor tional basis r elate d to th e credit hours a stude nt t a k es D av i s said. "This could best b e a c complished by th e inclu s ion of the Activity and Service Fee in the per credit hour cost with the goal being a continued r e alization of the current Activity and Service Fee dollar intak e the SCSBP report stated. THE BllEAKDOWN of what areas are to receiv e a sp e cific portion of th e fee s hould b e left to the individual univer s ities, the SCSBP recomme nd ed. SCSBP also asked analyses to be conducted prior to the adop tion of any fee program "to ascertain projected total dollar intake vis-a-vis the student. The projections should be made available to the SCSBP and the public for review and comment, the group s aid The SCSBP also acted on a statement of purpose of the Council Davis said. THE GROUP stated its pur pose as: "to provide students of the state of Florida an op portunity to participate in the decision-making process of the State Educational System; to consider and make recommendation on all phases of Fontana Hall stud e nt life; to s ub s t antiate and amplif y th e offi c ial positions of our respe ctiv e schools where s uch po s ition s a r e c ompatibl e with those of th e C ouncil ; to serve a s th e principal forum for dis cu ss ion of matters of broad concern to s tud e n t s; to take an y oth e r ac tion b e n e ficial to th e stud e nt s in t h e S tate Educa tion a l Sys t e m a s s h all b e d ee m e d n ece s s a r y JSU PRESENTS E V ERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT JUDAISM (but were afraid to ask) Last lecture of the series!!! SPEAKER: Dr. Ron Birke SUBJECT: The Jewish Concept of Love DATE: Wednesday, March 6th PLACE: CTR 215 TIME: 8:00 p.m. SPONSORED BY THE CULTURAL COMMITTEE OF THE USF JEWISH STUDENT UNION Phone 971-9550


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