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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 )
Wallace, Tom ( 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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Attorney General eyes USF company BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Managing Editor Recently appointed Florida Atty. Gen. Baya Harrison said yesterday he will look into the proprieties of a private cor poration at USF receiving state funds. The South Florida Educational Planning Council, a nonprofit, private corporation with membership consisting of 12 county school boards and the USF of Edcation, has a 1\11 arch 26, 1974 Vol. 9 No. 1 state-funded account at the University. To legally have such an account, the group must use the money for "public purpose,'' Harrison said. the corporation's records are open to the public inspection, State University System Executive Vice Chancellor Phil Ashier said yesterday. "You can't pay public money to pay dues to any institution that has records not open to the people Of Florida," he said. "I have requested an opm1on defining what do they (legislature) mean by 'open' and what do they mean by 'records."' Ashier said he wants the legal opinion, from the Department of Education counsel and probably with adviee from the attorney general's office, because the issue of giving state money to private groups has been raised. A NEW rule requires all university personnel to obtain a letter from any corporation which is to receive state money stating it maintains open records. If this is not done, no public funds may be allocated for "dues," he said. The USF-based corporation has an account which includes about $13,000 for a staff assistant and $3,200 comes from tax payers; the rest is supplied from money the greup collects as dues. The corporation's records are. being reviewed by Auditor Gen. Ernest Ellison, who obtained Continued on page 14 Oracle phOto by Doc Parker Blacks begin week. USF's Black Emphasis Week began Its activities 'last nlaht with a discussion o black &Jld stancls. One of the speakers thustastle uc ballroom erewd was JRenaN Ram,Sey, above, of the Black Student Union. See story page 3. 7 in Theater quit Ornc lo photo by Chris Man's best friend With spring having offlclally urrlvcd a few days ago, the days seem to be getting hotter nil the time. And Zachariah, who seemN better r>ulted for the north, ls certainly feeling the hcul. PcrhaJ>N David Schnelder, 3ART, could befriend mun':oi lrni;t friend with a cool drink. BY.WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer Chairman Herb Shore said yesterday his resignation and the resignations of six theater .faculty were not the result of administrative pressure. Shore said he and the six faculty have certain ideas of how theater should be run and don't think such theater can be achieved at USF'. "IT IS impossible to do what we all came to do and what we felt the University wanted." he said. Shore said his decision to resign had "nothing to do with the fact the :. .... ..;<, .... sii;Ht ... details of the pearance because' pef-""\;! forming contr'aets hac;i not been signed. He did say however ; a reception at 3:30 p.m, ih : the UC Ballroom is planned April 12 so students could meet Ono. Ono is scheduled to speak in the gym at 8:30 p.m that night. ... USF is the onlv school in .. < the southea.st able to' schedule Ono for an .. pearance. he said.

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2-THE ORACLE March 26, 1974 Officials oust Roger Stewart See editorial page 4 TAMP A Roger Stewart, outspoken director of the Hillsborough County Environmental Protection Com mission was fired yesterday for insubordination by a 3-2 vote of the county commission. Compiled from the news wires of United Press International yesterday that Gov Reubin Askcw's salary be raised from $40,000 to $55,000 and that legislators get $8,000 raises from $12,000 to $20,000 with special bonuses for legislative leaders. "Current legislative com pensation does not reflect the importance of the legislature in our governmental system ... said the conference's 73-page report. Several times in the past Stewart has been under fire from the commission for his actions and remarks in pushing for immediate action to solve pollution problems rather than through a progression of changes in laws and governmental policies. The firing came on the.heels of his appearance before Florida Pollution Control Board last week in which he criticized the operation of Tampa's Hookers Point waste treatment plant which he said was on the verge of total collapse and which he said was grossly overloaded. He recommended at that meeting the state permit those with previous sewer commitments to hook onto the system but to block the city from making any further promises of service at the facility. County Commissioner Bob Curry made the motion to fire Stewart for insubordination for his remarks to the board and was joined by EPC Chairman Rudy Rodriguez and Bob Lester. Betty Castor and Carl Car penter voted against the action and Carpenter and Stewart urged the record of last week's meeting be reviewed prior to the vote. Rodriguez said there was a discordant atmosphere between the EPC and Stewart which has become "unbearable" and Lester accused Stewart of having "a track record of gross in subordination" and one that was demoralized other county departments. After the firing Stewart turned to an aide and said, "Now you know not all government takes place in the sunshine It was not a spur of the moment thing." Stewart was named control of the Pollution Control Agency in 1970. Growth bill passes TALLAHASSEE The House Rules Committee yesterday passed a much-amended state growth policy intended to provide guidelines for Florida's future development. The committee broadened the bill's scope in areas of financial disclosure, urban renewal and added environmental issues. However it rejected a $10 million amendment which would set up a commission to provide data about Florida's expansion. The growth policy, implemented because of un controlled development in the state, sets standards for future legislative acts Council seeks raise TALLAHASSEE Th+' Citizens Conference on State Legislatures recommended Jaworski.gives more time WASHINGTON President Nixon yesterday was given four more days to answer Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski 's subpoena for more Watergate materials. Jaworski said he was extending the deadline to Friday on the request of James D. St. Clair, Nixon's Watergate attorney, who wanted more time to study the subpoena. Jaworski filed the subpoena March 15. Neither he nor the White House would say what materials Jaworski asked for. In extending the deadline, Jaworski said, he also was re-emphasizing the need for the materials. Dean testHies NEW YORK -Former White House Counsel John W. Dean III testified yesterday former Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell asked him to get the Securities and Ex change Commission to hold up aspects -0f its investigation of financier Robert L Vesco. Dean also testified former Commerce Secretary Maurice Stans told Mitchell on one oc casion his name would not be connected with a $200,000 secret contribution fi-om Vesco to President Nixon's 1972 election campaign. Aides let ruling go WASHINTGON Lawyers for three Watergate defendants said they would let pass yesterday's deadline for an appeai to the Supreme Court to stop material dealing with Pres. Nixon from going to a House committee looking into grounds for im peachment. Hours before the 5 p.m. EDT deadline, an attorney for Gordon Strachan said he accepted last Thursday's ruling by the U.S Circuit Court of Appeals upholding U.S. District Judge John J. Sirica 's order to release grand jury material to the House Judiciary Committee. "We're through," John J Wi1son, attorney for H. R. Haldeman and John D. Ehrlichman, said Sunday. w1re.ntws edited by Sheila Hooper SALT talks begin MOSCOW Communist party General Secretary Leonid I. Brezhnev opened three days of talks with U .S._ Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger yesterday and said he was optimistic the two nations could reach a new strategic arms limitation agreement this years. The two men spent eight hours over a Kremlin conference table in two sessions discussing SALT and the European Security -Conference. according to State Departrnent s pokesman George Vest. Tlie Oracle is rhe off:ciat student-edited newspaper of tht: University of South F!orid.1 and i s published four weekly, Tuesd3y through Friday, during rhe year pP.riod September through mid-June ; twice 1h1; academic year penod through August. by the Univcrsi1y of Sou1h Florida, 4202 Fowle r Ave. Tcimpa. Fla. 33670 Op1n1o n!; in The Oracle are nw>e of ed itcrs u r ot :he and not !' cf Un1 ver s:ty of South Florida Address to The Oracle, L \ N 472 Taniua, Fla, 33620 Se:cond clas5 pai d at TampJ, F l a Th e Oracle re-S et 1s the 1 .ght to re.;ni:ate the typographical tone of all and ri:.-v1se or turn aw;iy COP'r' 11 considers ob1rct1onable J Programs, act1vtt1c-s and facil1t1es of the University of South Florcia arc avatl.?ibte 10 all on a non d1scnmanatory basis, without regard to race, color, reh91on, sex, or national origrn The Un1vers1ty 1s affirmative Equal Opportunity Employer 'Sunshine' sought WASHINGTON Rep. Bill Gunter, D-Fla., said he will introduce a proposal requiring all congressional comm 1 .tee meetings be open to the v1blic except for national security deliberations. Gunter said he will offer his proposal in an amendment when a House committee reorganizational measure reaches the House floor. Free food ends SAN FRANCISCO Thousands of persons braving a heavy rain collected more than a million dollars worth of free food yesterday, exhausting the $2 million provided by Randolph A. Hearst in an attempt to meet the demands of the kidnapers of his daughter, Patricia. i\. Ludlow Kramer, director of the People in Need program established by Hearst, said his organization had met the demands of the SLA "both as to quantity and quality of food." August 1972, the Olympics 8 directors capture what the naked eye cannot see.a. Bay Area Premiere Fri. March 28 Sat. March 30 7:30 & 9:30 p.m. Sun. March 31 7& 9 p.ni. ENA $1.00 Film Art Series 1974 SONGFEST PICK UP APPLICATIONS NOW IN CTR 222 Catagories; 1. Acoustic Single, Duo 2 A G ._ -. coushc roup Deadline Thurs March 28 Cash Prizes SONGFEST TO BE HELD APRIL 5,6 USF Theatre TONIGHT -FILM WHO IS GURU MAHARAJ JI ??????????????????????? I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I LAN 103 FREE 7&9 p.m. EARLY BIRD SPECIAL $1.95 COMPLETE DINNER FROM SOUP TO NUTS 5PM-7PM ONtY DIFFERENT ENTREF. DAILY AT THE INTERCHANGE RED CARPET INN 0 IO'J E. FOWLER AVI!: (JUST WEST OF .1-75) 933-65.31 VISIONS OF BGHt

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THE ORACLE-March 26, 1974 3 Moore urges involvement Bob Moore defines identity BY STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writer Black identity is "not a state of mind but a state of soul," and blacks who earn over $17,000 should not forget to be black, Bob Moore chairman of the Tampa Black Organization Project (BOP), said. In his talk last night on "Whatever Happened to Black America," Moore said blacks' rights have lost their appeal to government officials due to war, economics and the rise of power of the new majority. The Second Reconstruction, started in the 50's and carried through Ken-nedy's and Johnson's Adaction. Blacks have to get ministrations has ended. It is not, Cospeaker and co-chairman of Moore said, even supported by BOP, Otis Anthony also spoke of blacks who are getting action Blacks have to "get their ''marginal returns from game running" he said. Black marginal support." communities must set a strategy Blacks must get involved in get on the field with a planned themselves, Moore said, a "new offense and a planned defense brother has arrived .... that new and ''play that game black." brother is you and me." And as The strategy for the black man brothers the blacks must conmust be truth, Anthony said. The tinue their struggle because, he black must "know who you are said the "struggle for black and what y1m are up against." rights is as American as apple Black students who come to USF pie, but so is the struggle against must not become preoccupied it." with the 'black myth' or the Co-speaker and co-chairman of blacks' image in Hollywood BOP, Otis Anthony also spoke of movies, he must be able to sort black people." Moore's and Anthony's discussions were sponsored by the Black Student Union as the first activity of Black Emphasis Week which continues through Sunday About 40 persons at tended the address. Black week basketball tonight_ out the truth from thaf myth. Black people must keep and truth out in front" of him, Anthony said to protect the black community They must "build a system for Dave Heinz Imports Sales Service Parts 2388485 BY STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writer Basketball games, street dancing, speeches and gospel singing are some activities scheduled as part of Black Emphasis Week which continues through Sunday A keynote talk by Bob Moore, chairman of Tampa Black Organization off the week's activities in the UC Ballroom last night
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4-THE ORACLE March 26, 1974 No sunshine here Stewart's firing needs review USF, Inc. seeks salesmen USF, Inc. In previous letters I have sung the praises of this university's Ad ministration and its aims. In this letter .. want to admonish those faculty members who still drag their feet in what should be an enthusiastic dance around the shrine on the hill. The wise and profound among us recognize that the greatness of a university lies in the magnitude of the production and consumption of credit-hours and in the efficiency with which this is done cording to the FTE-gauge. The spirit of salespersonship in a competitive market can further our aim for greatness and we would do well to use the commercial enterprise as our modeL Rather being thought presumptuous, I nope I will be recognized as a salesman of such potential .as will enable me to move up through the ranks to the level of my incompetency, i.e., the level of the managerial elite. With the candor typical of the corporation I will let the students-buyers in on the advice I give my fellow salespersons. 1. Convenience, comfort. and easy handling sell better that solidarity and substance: Provide courses in whiCh dass-attendance, textbooks. papers. projects, and examinations are all optional. Better yet, persuade the buyer ( Commtntary ) to pay for a piece of paper w!thout a product; once all students can CLEP out of college altogether, FTE has reached infinity. At the same 'time, keep up a high buying and selling pressure. Of help in this are computers. meetings. mimeographed memorandums. evaluations. counterc v a I u a t i o n s o r g a n i z a t i o n s rcorganizations. achievement lists. schedules. programs, quarters. frac tions of quarters. 42-minute hours. midnight classes. quarter loads of 20. :m. or even 40. hours. bells. buzzers. and what have you. 2. Package appeal cannot be overestimated: Since ingredients must be listed bv law. make the contentlessness of courses plainly readable. Give products name11 that make the teeth water and the bowels vearn. The deficit suffered 'because of graduate seminars and courses called Advanced Greek or Limnology can be overcome by an adequate supply of Astrology and Techniques of Sexual Intercourse. Also. mass produce the necessities. that is. puJ as many ORACLE ANPA Pacemaker Award 1967, 1969 SDX Mark of Excellence 1972. ACP All-Ameriean -smee 1967 Eciltor Photo Editor Advertising Manager Managing Editor uyout Edit.:.r Valerie Wlck\trom Tom Wallace Sandra Wright Dave Moormann Jean Trahan Stevan Northcutt Sports Editor Entertainment Editor Advisor Bill Cullerton Mike Kaszuba Ed Reed Leo Stalnaker 974-261', 214l, 2391 Copy Editor Editorial Editor NewsphOnes Dl!ADLINl!S: Gllllral -J p.m. dally tor f011owlfl9day luue. Advll"tlalng (with proof) Tllundlly-for Tuelcllly, Friday fOr Wldnlldlly, Monday -for Thunclay, Tuelcllly-for Friday. DHclll-xt9ncled wltllout proof. Clanlfled adl taken I a.m.two dllya llefOn pullllcatloll In penon or by mall w1111 payment enclOHd. Advertllflll ratts on reqHtt, '74-2'20, Mollday f11nK19b Friday, I a.m.S p.m. Storlel and plctvrn of lntereat to atudelltl IMY lie IUllll'lllttM to the Oracle In LAN "" or the"""""" llOXH In the Llllrary a .nd UC. students in required courses as you can: TAT can hold thousands for, e.g., one section of Freshman Composition. 3. Advertising breeds profits : Our attempt thus far
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DOONESBURY .. ( l O N()W, PATRICK, IN JKf'. -iHc FIRST PA!(T Or Tfl J SPCI./ I IV.4NT A STRON6 : ({)NIJB1NAT!ON Or TH& /J/S 7lJ!<:Tli0 V/lilV "Jl.IAT Af>ERICA j 15 SICK .. IS THAT 11, SIR.'' YS ... :r 7HIN!f THAT ABOVT COVERS I IT .. by Garry Trudeau .. q;v FROM 7NER, I lllANT 10 f,(JORJ< l/P 7IJ AN APPCAl RJR. 6()(}/J l/MRICANS 70 STANO VP FOR tf/HATS Rl6HT WITH T/.lli AMRICAN J. ti/Ill YOI/ 86 C/JMPARIN6 YOllR56t.F ro llNCOt.N AGAIN, SIR'?"""-OH,RJ6HTl PllT Tl/AT IN, mo .. I THE ORACLE-March 26, i974 5 Mackey ignores students with entertainment cuts Editor: Much talk has circulated about the future of USF. Do we need three campuses? Do you want quantity or quality? Maybe Cecil Mackey thinks quality education is stripping the outside activities to a minimum and just holding classes. What value, after an; is the Oracle if it's not a requirement for newspaper majors? What broadcast major could use the practical experience of the Rail Road? Who cares if the student population wants them, anyway? Maybe Mackey thinks the lttttrs policy The Oracle welcomes letters to the editor on all topics. All letters must be signed and include the writer's student classification and telephone number. people can be fooled again by saying the "energy crisis" forced cancellation of the late activities fl. Every 4 man has a dream that must be realized. Prese /> l'C:I i l?USSELI. fJRC A)UC TION sAVAGE MESSIAH" Stcrrir1.;J 1JORC 1TIW SCOTT and HEl E N MIRREN by lCX:;tJ[ Bused o n tr i e Book b y H S EDE /-1s;rJCi'.J t 0 Pro d rc:e:r HATlfl r' f.l:I 1 1 f'r oouce
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6-THE ORACLE March 26, 1974 PllOto by Jeff Steel "The Answer" This bone sculpture ls part of the Taft Richardson Exhibit on display throughout Black Emphasis Week. exhibit will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. In the UC Gallery. SEA C film .tonight shows Guru's life BY MICHAEL MULLEAVEY Entertainment Correspondent "Who is Guru Maharaj Ji'!," winner of the Golden Jury Award in the 1973 Atlanta Film Festival ; will be presented on campus tonight. Depicting what is said to be "the adventure of mankind today," the film more accurately portrays the antics of the 15-year-old "Perfect Master" as Guru Maharaj Ji publicized n film he tours the world bringing peace to the premies by way of the most modern of conveniences. A brief introduction to the history of the Maharaj Ji is provided in a synopsis of old film clips and still photos telling the story of a youth, who has won world acclaim with the wisdom he manifested as a toddler at his father's side. TllROllGll A nearly-skillful cinematic production the audience is offered a second-hand look at what goes on at a festival of the Guru Maharaj Ji Unfortunately the film is marred with the insertion of certain episodes that are easily labeled subliminal techniques. It comes off as a poor simulation of documentary filming whose credits are showing. WITH ALL the cinema tricks he could muster Shri Hans presents a 70-minute theatrical commercial that leaves the viewer convinced either Guru Maharaj Ji is the most important mortal since Jesus Christ of the greatest attraction since Jumbo. Showings will be at 7 and 9 p.m in LAN 203. Admission is free. 'Speech tryouts today The Speech Department is holding tryouts this week for several productions planned for Qtr. 3. For the fir : t literature hour, tryouts will be held today at 4 p.m. in LAN 103 for Somerset Maugham's "Rain." The Student Honors Reading Hour tryouts will be held today and tomorrow at 2 p.m. in LAN 478. All participants are required to audition the material they intend to perform. Tryouts for Ionesco's "The Lesson" are scheduled for tomorrow and Thursday at 4 p.m. in LAN 478. Applicants are requested to prepare a reading from the text filed in the library reserve room under SPE 320 and 322. YOU offers color art course A new "Your Open University
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_Photo -furnished Artlhu; ; Hurley and Gottlieb ... at Songfest ht 1971 -THE ORACLE-March 26, 1974 Entry deadline for 10th BY ELIZABETH GIBBS Oracle Entertainment Writer Applications for ttie 10th annual Unversity Songfest will be ac cepted no later : than 5 p.m., the. : Student terfainmertt and Actiyities Councii' (SEACJ office; UC 222:i: Applicants will be notifiecl'of an time:prfor to Sunday. TM'. songfest: a talent S,h'Ovv sponsored __ -by' cooperatioriwith Busch Gardens, is a presentat\on which provides taleQted students with __ an opportunity to perfor_ m with profession a l lighting arid soun\f before qualified judges. The judges this year will repr:esentatives. from Epic Records and Columbia Records as well as representatives from -WUSF, WQSR, WFSO and WLCY broad ca s u n g stations. Representatives from the 'usF. Music will he -:Wilatf <:. ould'.' be tefined .as the: present_ >'"', .... ___ .__ part THE_of.-Jhi s the s\itcess of '"Ar .. sopgfest will inCluae :. Hurley' .i{'. and ; 1iv ._ acorn:ibc group. Winners m ea<:h the_ a.go tecehre first Oy;t11is Confrihuted _J>y-. camera srore rental darkY"oom v-etital studio N 3DTHST 'Friends and Neigltbors took 1973 honors Photo furnished" CAMERA SALE .tU -March 27, 28, & 30 C>:l')ly the group played guitars, banjoes and rakes Electronic concert tonight '.1..: Prices S lashed _onAIL. lenses, and accesS6riesF A collage of music wHl be presented tonight and tomorrow night at 8:30 in 01e USF Theater. The program, entitled "Sycom Event-Complex 6a and 6b," includes a variety of COf!l positions developed especially for the experienced electronic audience. The theme of each concert will I FLAMING differ and tonight's program will be presented in the true concert' style, an inter-media experiment of music fused with severa! other performing arts. Wednesday's concert will concern an en vironmental theme where the sounds relate to material sub stances. All works for the program have RESTAURANT ''Vfl'
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8-THE ORACLE March 2", 1974 Ringling Museum shows Rampolla's 'Superbia' SpeCial to the Oracle Frank Rampolla's controversial "Superbia," a painting of a masked female figure and a male sitting astride a turtle, is among 55 works by prominent American artists in the special "Contemporary Religious Imagery in Art" exhibit at Ringling Museum through Sunday. ""Superbia ," or "Pride/' was accepted this year 'for the Sarasota museum's permanent colle<:tion A year ago the Fine Arts Society of Sarasota voted to return the work after it had been displayed in the society's collection at Van Wezel Performing Hall for 13 months; the society it because it was not "modest enough.... RAMPOLLA, who died in June, 1971, was a USF professor at his death. Never termed a "hearts and flower" painter, the artist's work was always characterized by vigorous, distorted figures who punched through the canvasses to jar the viewer's conscience. "Superbia" is one of a series entitled "Seven Deadly Sins." Another one from the group, "Ira" is also in Ringling's permanent collection. A LEADING painter in the Southeast, Ram polla had taught at Ringling School of Art in Sarasota before joining the USF factilty in 1968. In 1965 he was the first of a few living artists honored by Ringling with a one -man show. Amateurs may enter festival Songwriters to compete The first songwriting com petition ever. held in the U.S. begins this spring with $128,000 in cash prizes offered to winning writers The 1974 American Song Festival, sponsored by the Sterling Recreation Organization of Seattle, is open to amateur as well as professional composers COMPETITION Will be in six music categories: rock, popmiddle-Of-the-road, soul-rhythm blues-jazz, folk, country-western and gospel-religious Entry deadline for any number of songs is April 15. A $10.85 entry fee is charged. Helen Reddy speaks. for Festival Predictions tonight on blacks. na tion A seer and an astrologist will make predictions about the future of the country and its black citizens tonight at 9 p m. on WEDU's Black Journal. Clairvoyant Lillian Cosby and astrologer Jertha Love are featured in "I See the Future," which will include a videotape of a 1971 Black Journal program in which Cosby predicted the present problems of Pres. Nixon : ( tube tales J James Abbott McNeill, artists of his time, will be discussed Saturday at 8 p.m. on Book Beat. Featured on the half hour prograll} is Whistler : A Biography" by Stanley Wein traub. Entries on recorded cassettes will be screened by a select panel of music industry experts, according to Malcolm Klein, Sterling vice president who is serving as festival president. Three finalists in each song category for both professional and amateur divisions, will be selected THE 36 finalists will receive $500 in cash and an expense-paid trip to Saratoga Springs. Com peting songs will be performed in concert. Twelve composers will each be awarded $5,000. An additional $25,000 will go to the overall amateur winner and overall pr6fessional winner, according to Reddy, 1973 Grammy A ward winner and spokesman for the festival. Writer of the song judged best of the festival will also received a concert grand piano in what is to be known as the annual Laurel Award .. CONTRIBUTORS should send their name address and entry fee to American Song Festival, P.O. Box 57, Hollywood, Calif. 90028. Those entered in the competition will receive an entry kit with further instruetions. I Entry forms are available at the UC desk Village Prescription Center THE ONLY PHARMACY IN TOWN WITH STUDENT, SiAFF, & FACULTY DISCOUNT 10938 N. 56th St. ON Rx's Phone 988-3896 CAMPUS CYCLERY. CLINIC-BRING YOUR SICK BIKE TO US. BICYCLE SALES AND REPAIRS DECORATOR BLOCK. 7 5/8 x 15 5/8 721; 11 5/8 x 11 5/8 96t; WHITE CEMENT BRICK 151; 5224 t'OWLER 988-9316 1hMile East From USF entrance CLAY POTS All Sizes 2%" 14" 81; UP HANGING BASKETS BEST SELECTION WIRE IN CLAY TAMPA INDOOR GARDENING SUPPLIES POTTING SOIL WATER SOLUBLE FERTILIZERS PERLITE VERMICULITE FERN FIBRE OSMUNDA SPHAGNUM MOSS L .. IANKAMERIClftD. -8:30-5:30 ClOSED SUN. tWU.R <;Of JI> H 'fl/IN. 9-22-7."J P.RODUCTS INC. AN ORIGINAL play based on the life and works of Oscar Wilde will be shown Wednesday at 8:30 p .m. "Feasting With Pan thers"-written by Adrian Hall ; resident director of Trinity Square and Richard Cumming, the company's composer-inresidence-made its world premiere last April. The play draws heavily on the writer's own works as it. focuses on his sen sational trial and imprisonment. "La Rondine," the rarely performed opera by Giacomo Puccini, will be broadcast Saturday as WEDU's Special .of the Week The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation production of the opera is scheduled Saturday at 10 p .in. on Channel p. SOUTH FLORIDA VOLKSWAGEN REPAIR 13301 22nd Street (Fletcher & 22nd St.) An hour special updating the Florida Legislature and its ac tivities will follow at 1 p.m on Toda y in the Legislature "Battle of Culloden ,'.' a documentary reconstruction of the 1746 clash between British and Jacobite forces will be s hown at 9 p.r1 Thursday on the Humanities Film Forum. Filmmaker Peter Watkins uses modern newsreel techniques to recreate "one of the most brutal and mishandled battles ever fought." TllF: FIL:\I will be rebroadcast Saturday at 8:30 p .m. Featured soloist is Teresa Stratas, the Toronto soprano now with the Metropolitan Opera as Magda, the beautiful and restless courtesan who is compared to a swallow ORACLE CLASSIFIEDS CLASSIFIEDS CLASSIFIEDS LAN472 South of Frank & Rita's AN INDEPENDENT VOLKSWAGEN SERVICE CENTER REBUILT ENGINES TUNE-UPS ALL VOLKSWAGEN REPAIR WORK Rebuilt Engine 40 H.P. with exchange $325 ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED PH. 971-1725 TRANSMISSIONS BRAKES OVER 20 YRS. EXPERIENCE NOTE! WE ARE NOT A SERVICE STATION

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THE ORACLE-March 26 1974 THE CREW IS BACK FOR QUARTER Ill HARD ROCK & FOLK ONLY $1.99 1 2 3 5 6 BEST SELLERS ON CAMPUS Compiled by the Chonicle of Higher Education Title THE EXORCIST THE JOY OF SEX CHARIOTS OF THE GODS? I'M OK YOU'RE OK OUR BODIES OUR SELVES THE BEST &: THE BRIGHTEST JOURNEY TO IXTLAN Author William P. Blatt $1.25_ Alex Comfort Erich Von Daniken $1.25 David Halberstam _______ Carlos Castaneda $2.9 3 JONATHON LIVINGSTON Richard Bach $1..50 SEAGULL A SEPARATE REALITY Carlos Castaneda $1.25 THE MAK.ING OF THE Theodore White $2.25 PRESIDENT 1972 School Supplies available for subjects from UC Bookstore Hours Monday -Friday 9-6 Closed -Saturday Art to Zoologv, Calculators included Textbook Center Hours March 25 -29 9 a.m.-9p.m. April 1-5 9a.m.-7p.m. April 8 till end of quarter Mon -Fri. 12-3 except 12 -6p.m.

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10-THE ORACLE March 26, 1974 Walk service lacks volunteers BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer 'he Walk escort service is lacking people to use the service and volunteer escorts, Jeff Murray, who is in charge of the service, said yesterday. "Body GuarcL ... sure ... but also yoor E-scort .;,:r---t: [j;., ,, (A '/, 11f,l' I \ I Walk service short, clients, as well as escorts, needed Salaries, cab1ilet for SG finalized BY RUSSELL MANLEY Oracle Staff Writer All Student Government ( SG) cabinet selections and salaries have been finalized, Pres. Richard Merrick said yeste,rday. "We have an enthusiastic group of people," Merrick said. "I think we will have a very aciive and hopefully very productive SG." .::;:,,. / \. : .... .... : A from ACTION will be in the .UC tomorrow through Friday seeking voluntee..rs for VISTA arid-;tti'e Peace Corps .. "Yo. u don :'t need a teaching .certificate to teach ) n the Peace. Corps, although you do need one to teach. in the U : s in VISTA." representative Debbie Travis an ACTION recruiter who has previously served in VISTA. said. Travis said most of the volunteers for teaching will be sent to Africa. the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific and Caribean Islands. Appointments may be made at the Co-op office. 974-2171. I IN ADDITION to Merrick; who will receive $800 for the quarter and Vice-Pres. Wayne Wechsler, who will get $700, the cabinet will consist of: Bill Davis, Executive Assistant, $700; Tony Carvalho, Secretary of Finance, $700; Joe Vito, Academic Affairs, $250; Kerry Kennedy, Women's Affairs, $250; Steve Johnson, Attorney General, $200; Steve Nichols, Resident Affairs, $200; Marie Head, Information, $200; Bennie Herring, Minority Affairs, $200; John Shelley, Off-Campus Housing, is getting OPS funds, however James Dudly, administrative Assistant, and Doug Pettit, Deputy Attorney General, who have no salary contracts with SG. Merrick said the cabinet selections will be confirmed at the quarter's first meeting next Tuesday. "In addition, I'm going to present to the Senate my thought concerning priorities and objectives for the coming year," he said. l\Ierrick indicated SG will be involving itself in "social, cultural and educational projects" such as last quarter' s Renaissance Art Fair. "Getting it out to the people is the problem," he said. "We've put posters up and will put fliers in the mail boxes but I don't think we've gotten the message across RAP CADRE Assistant Director George Orras also said lack of publicity was Walk's major problem. Stevens favors tuition revision BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer One of several proposed methods of tuition revision would benefit USF's Health Center, Director Larry Stevens said yesterday. The proposed method of revision would assess a separate $10 health service fee, he said. "AT THE present time we and FAMU
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THE ORACLE-March 26, 1974 ll Regents study USF-Eckerd site BY MATT BOKOR Oracle Staff Writer The Board of Regents (BQR) has postponed selec ting a site for USF's St. Petersburg campus extension because of a proposal by Eckerd College to share its facilities with the State University System osal is at an early and the fate of the campus expansion plan "depenaS' :qn the alternatives." St. Petersburg City Councilman Hugh Ruckdescheli introduced .!l population control ordinance. to, the'.city : council Friday, but said yesterday. it woltl ilave 'no effect on the university whatsoever. There'srioway it will pass anY\Vay," he said. WELCOME BACK Sparkling punch & Munchies Snazzy Halters Jazzy Pantsuits Slinky Dresses Everything For a SLIK CHIK 10024 N. -30th St. ..... THE OFF-CAMPUS candidates are Ronald Turner from Lincoln, Neb. and William Mitchell from Northern Michigan University, he said. USF faculty to be interviewed are Dr Manny acting director of Educational Resources, and Ken Stanton of the I and R service center, he said. Scheuerle said a search committee had narrowed the list of candidates to five "outside" persons and two "inside" persons but said he did not know if the other off-campus candidates :h% :: :::: :nt:t0:::ntrtr ????:?:':?t:?rt?:tr USF Plant worker protests dismissal Ronald Sims a Physical Plant worker fired for "being away from his work station ," has appealed his dismissal to the state Career Service Com mission, a University legal official said yesterday Testimony was presented to the commission in a session Thurs day and a decision will be handed down in 30 days, Text center sets hours The Textbook Center will observe evening hours through April 5, Jack Burns, Bookstore manager said. The Center will be open from 9 a .m. ro 9 p.m. through Friday and will be open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. April 1-5. During the remainder of the quarter. hours will be noon to :i p.m. Monday, Tuesday Wednesday and Friday and noon to 6 p.m. Thursday The Textbook Center will be closed weekends. Assistant university Counsel Steve Wenzel said. Testimony was offered from Physical Plant Director Charles Butler, USF Personnel Director John Weicherding and others, Wenzel said. Sims was allegedly in a lounge or snack bar when he was sup posed to be working, according to officials at the University. This, Wenzel said; was why he was fired But Sims' case co ntends the lounge was in a building he was working on and the break was proper. The commission's decision is whether he is entitled to his old job The right of a career service worker lo appeal dismissal to the commission i s provided by Florida statutes. However if the decision is unf avora ble to Sims he may be able to file sui l ag ainst the University. But Wenzel said h e had not "t bought of that" and is unce rtain wheth er the law would allow a suit after a judgment by the commission. Sims testified Thursday he already is employed elsewhere Decals beingsold nightly Automobile decals will be sold at the L : niversity Poli ce r lJP > s tation from 8 a.m. to 8 p .m. Wednesda y through April :i. After this time decals will only be sold from H a.m. to 5 p.m Decals effective for one quarter are being sold for $4 while those useful for the rest of the academic year cost $1 O Free decal s. to be used in designat e d lots on campus. are also ava ilable. The C P s tation is on the north side of campus on Maple Street. ....... The most fun you can have with your clothes on .... DENIM WESTERN JEANS & SHIRTS LEVi'S LANDLUBBER 1\C "'tO s t\\I\ S \..\<. Ot ..... ... ,c fO VISIT OL1R HEADSHOP For Guys and Chicks --Direct From India Turkey -Haiti Pakistan -Mexico -Africa -Israel. 5102-1/2 E. FOWLER AT HERALD SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER 985-3657 :-:.;-:

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12-THE ORACLE March 26, 1974 Rape, assault among USFcrimes BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer Two persons assaulted a man with a knife and a rape occurred during the period between March 8 and March 25, University Police reports state. The rape occurred on the south end of Pine Drive and is being investigated by the Hillsborough Collllty Sheriff's Office, Public Safety and Security Director Paul Uravich said. UNIVERSITY Police also investigated thefts which amounted to $592.45 worth of property and money. Stolen articles included a loaf of bread, two Florida State payroll checks, a photographic lens, and a vase and flowers from the University Center, the report said. Seven bicycles were stolen during this period, the report shows. All but two were taken Photo by &ill Cullerton Take off Like these pelicans leavln.g their roost on Marco Island, it's time for USF students to wake up from their ,.-. spring vacation and begin another quarter of studying and test taking. Ray wants new science building Natural Science Dean James ,-:Ray said the need for the ten tatively planned science building, which USF may not be granted, is WUSF-FM airs today WUSF-FM will carry live broadcasts of the Separation of Powers Subcommittee hearings, cha i red by Sen Sam Ervin DN.c beginning today and con tinuing through Thursday. ..... spokesman Ted: Sullivan said : : J h my Ervin '::?-lthe current m: it > imperatt" '' that. ,. ')''1liw.' < so great that even if it is built all space needs would not be solved Ray said that according to 1979 estimates, even with the new building and the use of areas in the science center now used by the medical school and computer center, Natural Science would still need more space. But he added the new building would considerably help the situation. The Board of Regents last quarter voted $50,000 to hire a building consultant to develop a formal program of construction. Bert Hartley, vice president for Finance and Planning, said the program development would take about a yeat.. __ wil. l r.equest from dormitory areas and they are valued at $517 Three dorm thefts were reported A typewriter valued at $195 and $102 worth of currency was taken, UP reports show UP OFFICERS investigated four incidents of vandalism. Two juveniles were apprehended and released to their parents following the vandalism of a vending machine in the UC basement, the report said. Thr four vandalism incidents resulted in $223 worth of damage. Two cases of breaking and mtering were reported and a Check cash now offered. University Center Bookstore and check cashing services will be offered weekdays during Qtr. 3, Jack Burns, Bookstore manager, said. The Bookstore will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. USF student was a rrested and charged with breaking and en tering, the report said FOUH students were referred to Student Affairs after being apprehended for possession of marijuana, the report shows; three non-students were arrested on that same charge. A non student was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, the report said. The UP investigated two streaking incidents and a student reported being fondled during a streaking incident near Kappa Hall Two incidents of indecent exposure wer e also reported. There were two traffic ac cidents during this period. the report said. Damage amounted to $62 and there were no injuries Several people reported being forced off the road while bike riding on campus, and a threatening phone call was received at the UC desk, the report said. UP officers assisted county officials after a USF woman said she was threatened off-campus by three males, the report stated. 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TODAY Yoga Club Yoga classes will be held every Tuesday and Thursday at 7 p.m. in GYM 101. There ls a memberShlp fee of S8 fOr stUdents, staff and faculty Interested. Episcopal Unlv.nlty Center The Eplscopat Center Invites all Interested in leak on "Afr, Earth, and Water: Our Last Resources." Those interested are wet come to attend. WEDNESDAY Sigma Delta Chi will meet In LAN LIT 126 Wed. at 2 p.m. to finalize the plans fOr the Saturday seminar. All members please attend th Is meeting. C.ntebury Club Clltebury Club will meet at 7 p.m .. at the Center Fellowship Hall fOr evening prayer and dinner. There Is a SO cent charge for dinner. Anyone Is welcome to attend. ti'ltloul StuclenUpeech And HHrlng Association The USF chapter of the National Student Speech and Hearing Associat i on.will meet at 2 p.m. at Uni versity Apartments ro. 35. All comrnunlcology students are Invited to attend College Republican Club College Republican Club will meet a 4 p.m. In UC 204. Anyone Interested is Invited to attend SSSAC SSSAC will meet at 2 p.m. in SOC 258 to plan stimulation Day and to involve the Seven courses to be broadcast on WUSF Qtr. 3 .WUSF television and radio stations are broadcasting a total of seven courses during Qtr. 3, which began last night and will continue for 10 weeks Students may register for the courses by mail as special students and need not go through regular admissions procedures Textbooks may also be ordered through the mail and students need only to come to the university for exams. Introduction to Art, taught by Bruce Marsh, will be broadcast at 5:30 and 8 p.m Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, with special emphasis on current development in art through films, slides, lectures and panel discussions. Dr. Paschal Strong will teach a five -hour Introduction to Psychology course at 3:30 or 7 p.m Monday through FrK!ay The course will cover learning memory, problem solving, personality development and other related areas. Larry Austin will teach In troduction to Electronic Music at 4 p.m Monday and Wednesday on WUSF-FM. History of Economic Thought, Issues in Music, Anthropological. Prospectives and Social Science Statistics are other courses which are being presented by Channel 16. For additional information, call 974-2341. Out Of This World use oracle classifieds THE O .RACLE-March 28; 1974 u Bulletin 8oarcl students Of the college more with the council. All Interested please attend. SIMS SIMS will sponsor a free lntrOductory lecture on the technique of Transcendental MMtltatlon as taught by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi tOday and Thursday at 7:30 p.m. In Uc 251. Anyone Interested Is Invited. cso Christian Science Organization will hold Its weekly meeting at 7 p.m. on;Thursday th!s quarter Everyone is welcome. FRIDAY Who's Who Appllctlon Who's Who applications are due today in UC .217. Selection of this' year's 36 students will be on achievement In leadership activities or service to the campus. Ap. plication can be picked up I n UC 217 For more infOrmat lon call Carol Spring at 97.(. 2615. PhlLambUPI Phi Lambda Pl, the married women's sorority, will meet at 2 p.m. in UC for' a Founder's Day special meeting. Plans fOr this quarter will be made Any married woman student and all. members and friends are welcome. SATURDAY Episcopal University Center The Episcopal Center services of Hoty Communion w ill be a folk service at 9 a.m. and the traditional service at 10:30 a m. Conducting the services is Fr. Kevin Stanley. All are welcome. SUNDAY Eipls<:opal University Center The Episcopal Center's Prayer Group will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Chapel Anyone Is welcome to attned. MONDAY MSIA The Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness is sponsoring a Sound Seminar at 8 p m. 'in UC 158. Parllcfoants may discover some effects Of sounds on their con sciousness and experience sound within a Sl donallcin Is suggested For further lnfOrmatlon call the Light Center at an.91w2. CONTINUING EVENTS Grdu.t Studies Office May 13 Is the deadline fOr turning In final theses to the Graduate Studies Office fOr Quarter 3, 197A, Testing and Adv.need Pl.cement The School and College Abillty Test (SCAT) will be given March 26.ln .f=A0220. Miller Analogies Test will be given March 27 in FAO 220. Graduate Test for graduate Study In Business will be given March 30 In eus no. For applications and further In formation go to FAI 201 or call 974;2741. Technology must be confirmed by perfor[f1ance. Here are the judgments of the most respected critics and reviewers. "After a time trial measured in months rather than weeks, this one can definitely proclaim Bose is best, big or small, high or Irving Kolodin SATURDAY REVIEW "It is our opinion that this is the speaker system to own, regardless of price if one wants the ultima .te in liste.ning pleasure." e/e HIGH FIDELITY ---" ... If your response to it is like you'll be reluctant to turn it off and go to bed." 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Suncoast Lacrosse Tournament WELCOME BACK DINNER Tue s day March 26, 6:30 p.m Gue s t Dr. Elton Smith L unch e s Begin Thursday March 28, 11:30-1:00 On the warpath Ten teams, including a USF-Tampa Bay Lacrosse Club entry, have been bringing the Suncoast Lacrosse Tournament to life on the Brahman Rugby field, since March 17 and ninning to March 30. Williams vs. lOa.m. Air Force Former USF baskt?tball forward Arthur Jones has signed on as a wide receiver with the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League. The 6'5" senior signed a contract after attending a two-day camp with 31 other hopefuls in Dansas City **** Woody Woodward, former Cincinnati Red and Atlanta Brave, has withdrawn his application for the head Brahman baseball coaching job. However, Florida Southern baseball coach Hal Smeltzly has reportedly been added to a list "of some 50 applicants seeking the job" according to USF Athletic Director Richard Bowers. Smeltzly has led the Florida Southern Moccasins to two national collegiate baseball championships and was named CoHebe Division Coach of the Year in 1972. Pi Kappa Alpha captured the campus intramural championship, downing Warhawks 58-51. The game, originaHy scheduled for March 6, was delayed after hawk star Neil Shoaf was hit with a chair during a semifinal game fracas. **** Seniors Jack James and Arthur Jones received honorable. mentions 011 the first annual All-South Independent Basketball Team The team was chosen in balloting cllnducted by the Sou' .hem In dependent Collegiate Sports Information Associat on with nominations from 19 Division I basketball members of the NCAA. ... _,, ... ; S t. L awre nce vs. 2p.m. U. of South 75" At your Bapti s t Stud e nt C ent e r Our Officer Selection Officers are looking for a few good college menmaybe 3 out of 100-who will make good Marine officers. If you're one of them, we'll give you a chance to prove it during summer training at Quan tico, Virginia. Our program is Platoon Leaders Class, PLC. With ground, air and law options. You might even qualify for up to $2,700 to help you through college. But if money is all you're looking for, don't waste your time. The challenge is leadership. If you want it, work for it. If you've got it, show us. It s one hell of a challenge. But we're looking for one hell of a man. -------------1 The ... ..:_ .. 8 1 ;/? CP1.74 ll&i&l-IU Please send me information on I Box 38901 Marine Corps Platoon Leapers Los Angeles, California 90038 Class. (Please Print) I Name ______ __ 1 Address __________________________ City ___ ----'---------State _______ Zip. ____ I School ___ _;_ ________________ Classot __ I Phone ____________ Social _Security# ____________ If you are a senior, check here for information on Officer Candidates Class o.

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Weekend Olympics here Children compete Competingin the Special Olympics this weekend were these Hillsborough County children. Clock wise from left: Tony Reese runs the 440 relay, Mike Wyatt takes off in the long jump, Michael Beach tries the 440 and Clifford Kit chen receives the baton from Ralph Martines. Photos by Dave Moormann THE ORACLE -March 26, 1974 EAR PIERQNG every Saturday 11 -5 $8.88 FACTORY JEWELRY OUTLET 4812 E.Busch Blvd. 988-9467 Made in India Men's & Women's $4.50 15 Special students compete -----.. _.--r"; BY RINDY WEATHERLY Oracle Sports Writer Severe thunderstorms delayed competition but failed to dampen the spirits of nearly 400 mentally It's playtime ... Lou and Doreen clap retarded children participating in the Special Olympics at USF last weekend. "I was very pleased with the way people came to help me," USF Trainer Tony Jonaitis, host of the county-level events, said. MOST OF the 55 volunteers were PE graduate assistants or fraternity and sorority members, he said: Slow-learning children from Hillsborough County entered sprints, relays, jumping events, softball throws, bowling, swimming and wheelchair activities competing within their own age group against those with similar athletic ability. First and second place finishers in each heat advance to Regionals in Lakeland April 20. State competition is slated for June 15 at GainesviJle. MACDONALD'S Restaurants of the Tampa Bay Area provided lunch for athletes and volunteers. The Tampa Jaycees, local sponsors, handled cleanup chores. "The ultimate goal of the Special Olympics is to create opportunities for physical education and sports training for all retarded children," Jonaitis said. "Scientific research has shown that these are a major means of reaching the retarded. Improving their athletic performance improves their per formance in class, at home and hopefully. later, on the job," he said. JO:\AITIS SAID he became interested in the Special Olympies after serving as physical education coordinator for the physically and mentally han dicapped in Hillsborough County Two years ago he hosted the State competition at Jesuit High School. Approximaterly 1500 children participated. "I've been doing this for about five years now. I'm grateful to be a part of the whole program," Jonaitis said. A:. BUCK'S SHOES FINE FOOTWEAR fOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 9233 56th Street Ph. 988-5356 TEMPLE TERRACE, FLA 33617 ............................................. FREE!! Please send 0South America 00rient & South Pacific 0Europe 197 4 0Mexico QEurope 0Hawaii 0Caribbean 0United States AMERICAN OVERSEAS TRAVEL ADM. 102 4202 Fowler Ave. NAME ___ .. ____ ____________ STREET __________ ,?HONE ____ ___ STATE ZIP __ AMERICAN 0 VER SEAS !AMERICAN EXPRESS j TRAVEL CORP. REPRESENTATIVE YOUR ON CAMPUS TRAVEL AGENCY 4202 FOWLER AVEUNIV. OF SO. FLA. ADM. 102 974-2695

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16-.THE ORACLE sports March 26, 197A Cambria coming for interview Fred Cambria, former Pitts burgh Pirate pitcher, is coming to USF for an interview con cerning the Brahman h ead baseball coaching post, a source said last night. Cambria, on tour with a youth league from New York, will be on campus either today or tomorrow. USF helped and hurt by Brahman Tom Guess (R) who singled, and Amherst's Bill Nardi (B) who homered. I Oracle photos by Doc Parker sEHIND the 8 ball? USE ORACLE CLASSIFIEDS LAN 472 Brahmans coast to 15-3 BY PAM JONES Oracle Sports Writer USF's Golden Brahman baseball team hits the midpoint of its season today with the first of a two-game series against the Stags of Fairfield College. Yesterday afternoon, the Brah mans defeated Amherst College 4-2, to bring their record to 15-3-1. Catcher Dave Bearden cracked his third homerun of the year to aid in the winning cause. Bearden also singled, joining Bobby Reynolds and Tony Ciccarello as Brahmans with two hits in the game. COACH BEEFY Wright is pleased with the team's per formance so far this year, but arunits he's not surprised. "I don't think anyone has played ---Records---. -Most runs in one game-24 -Most team homeruns-11 --First no-hitter-Steve Ruling vs. Connecticut -Most consecutive opening wins::._g -Most team triples-10 -Most team doubles-31 -Longest games-15 innings over his head. The only surprise is that we've cooled off some lately," commented Wright. RHE Amherst 000 011 000-2 4 1 USF 021 001 OOx-4 11 2 WP-Waidzunas. LP-Martland. Save-Lomascolo. HR-Bearden cs.;crta ,f 4 l c.c1, ..... S.rwt4 I ,.....,. .... ""' Open 4-1 2 Doily Sun. 1-10 ff l. BUS'.:H BlVC. 93S-76Slt District III NCAA tournament in June. "It will be awfully hard to get a bid to the tournament," said Wright. "We'll be competing with schools like Florida State, Stetson, Miami and Southern Alabama.'' THE TEAM will enter the toughest part of its schedule next week when they meet both Stetson and Florida Southern to begin the contests with in-state schools "Teams like Stetson and Southern are always hard to beat," Wright said. In the past, these state schools have been among the strongest competitors USF has faced. Right now, the Brahmans have three other games to concentrate on before next week's road contests. In addition to the two game series with Fairfield, USF will host Widener Saturday ternoon. DU [ocollooot Uol;,;t,d your apen uniwrsity 10 WEEK SCHEDULE (SAME AS OTHER USF COURSES) CHANNEL 16 WUSFTV (* courses listed with incorrect numbers in class schedule. Please use numbers shown here.) USF Col Credit Courses by television -in YOUR home or in a reserved room on campus. Each lesson broadcast twice. QUARTER Ill SCHEDULE 4395 ANT 371-501 ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES (4) (Dr. Evelyn Kessler) MTR 4:30 or 7:30 p.m. 1851 ART 310-501 INTRODUCTION TO ART (3) (Mr. Bruce Marsh) MTR 5:30 or 8:00 p. m. 0291 ECN 489-501 HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT (3) (Dr. Emil Kauder) MTR 5:00 o r p.m. M-2107 MUS 371-501 ISSUES IN MUSIC (2) (Mr. Jacques Abram) F 5:00 or 8:00 p.m. 4804 P S Y 201-501 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (5) (Dr. Paschal Strong) MTWR F 3:30 or 7:00 p.m. 5109 SSI 301-501 SOCIAL SCIENCE STATISTICS (4) (Dr. Karl Achenbach) MTRF 4:00 or 9:00 p.m. NEW COURSE BY RADIO (WUSF-FM, 89. 7) 2025 MUS 205-501 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC MUSIC (3) ( Mr._ Larr y Austin) MH 4:00 o.m. HOW TO REGISTER: COME B Y T H E Y.0.U. OFFICE TO PICK UP YOUR ADD FORM AND FILL IT OUT HERE. Y.O.U I S LOCATED IN THE B A S EM!="NT O F THE LIBRARY, ULI 20-D. TELEPH O NE: ext. 23. X-CHANGE END THE USED BOOK BUYING BATTLE BUY STUDENT BOOKS AT STUDENT PRICES UC 103 FROM STUDENTS SALES March 25,26,27,28, 29 RETURN OF UNSOLD BOOKS 9am to 4pm April 1,2,3,4, & 5 approved by student government 9am to 4pm

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ORACLE-March 26, 1974 17 Women __ ,,,..,.,>:<'...:,..,...,.,.,..,..,,,..,.,,, w,,.,.,.,..';,x.;..:.,:.,o; ,,,..,,.,,,.,,.,,,,,"''"'''"'""''""='"' Fourth-seed Mike Huss ... has helped USF to a 4-2 mark. Brahmisses upended by Princeton, 5-4 BY RINDY WEA TH ERL Y Oracle Sports Writer Four hours of hard-fought tennis ended in disappointment for USF's women's team as they were edged by Princeton 5-4 yesterday in their first match of the quarter. ''It was a heartbreaker,'' Coach JoAnne Young said "We were tied 4-4 and we lost the last doubles in three sets." TOP-SEED Gail O'Connor of USF lost to Julie Kirkham 6-3, 6-4 while Princeton's Louise Gengler defeated Terry Sherlock in split sets, 4-6, 7-5, 6-2. Cindy Sutter gave the Tigers their third singles victory, outlasting Robin Edenbaum 0-6, 7-5, 6-4. The Brahmisses evened up the singles on the strength of wins by Sue Fane, Rosa Poza and Becky Reese. Fane took a split decision, while Poza and Reese swept straight sets. O'Connor and Fane lost to Kirkham and Gengler 7-5, 6-4, but Sherlock and Poza breezed by Sutter and Amie Knox 6-1, 6-2 to deadlock the match. Mo Curran and Pam Val entine salted it away for Princeton with a 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 victory over Edenbaum and Candy Fishel. "IT WAS a tough match. We couldn't hang onto the lead when we got it. In three matches we won the first set only to come back to lose Young said. Princeton the number one team in the east, had less than two weeks of practice before making the trip south. They face Rollins today and Florida Thursday before returning home. USF has one practice re maining before Friday's 3:30 p m. match against Florida Tech at Andros. Challenge matches and more work on chip-shotting in doubles are planned, according to Young. Pholo by Jeff USF's womens tennis team tried to zero in on Terry Sherlock who lost In split sets to Princeton Host Kalamazoo today Netters battle weather, foes BY PAM JONES Oracle Sports Writer A combination of the energy crunch and Florida's beautiful liquid sunshine has caused USF's men's tennis team a few problems this season. Currently 4-2, the team has had two matches washed out, and two more cancelled because the opposing teams couldn't get enough gas to get to Florida. ACCORDING to Spl;lff Taylor, "I expElcted us to be 6-3. or 7-2 at this point ... two daY,s we were rained out really bothered us, plus, t he fact that Kalamazoo and Upsala could get downhere makes you wonder why Appalachian State and Shorter couldn't get gas to get here." Oscar Olea is the team's number one player now, but he's been having his problems also. "It seems that if Olea loses we lose the match, and if he wins, we win," said Taylor. One of the team 'o two losses came at the hand;-; of Georgia Southern, by a 7-2 score. "At Georgia Southern, they go all out for two sports-baseball and tennis. You might say they put all their eggs in two baskets," Taylor commented. "WE'RE still looking for a big win from Olea against a strong EVERY TUESDAY: opponent," said Taylor "If a team is strong at the number one position, they're strong down the line. So far, Olea's record isn't all that good." "I would have liked for us to UNIVERSITY BICYCLE CENTER have only one defeat at this time. We're a team that has to keep working at it," Taylor said. Today, the men host Kalamazoo College in a 2 p.m. match on the Andros Courts. SALES and REPAIRS l220 E. Ave. l'ranch-ised Dealer t lpc H:OO llm f,:00 pm l'lf(l'\fo: CJ'fl-2277 NOMINATIONS for The Women's Center Board of pirecto. rs will be accepted this week anyone wishing to apply must submit a short statement of purpose to The Women's Center Room CTR 159 EVERY WEDNESDAY: ALL THE CRISP GARDEN SALAD (choice of homemade dressing) and,or fresh fruit salad you can eat $1.50 FISH DINNER FEATURING Turbot Flounder from the sparkling of Greenland EVERY SUNDAY:(5PM-9PM) our famous EGGPLANT PARMESAN with organic brown rice, crisp garden salad, wholewheat bread & butter $1.85 WE FEED YOUR BODY, MIND & SPIRIT The Natural Kitchen OPEN Mon. Sat. Sun. 11 -9 5 9 5326 E. Busch Blvd. (next to Pantry Pride) 988-3008

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( t: 1, A S It A It S ) THE ORACLE -March 26, 1974 19 [ HEl.P WANTED l ( MISC. FOR SALE ) KILN, approx. 14" 220 v, thermostat. Old but complete. S35. Bill Moyse, Lan-Llt468. APTS. & HOUSES TO SHARE I NEED A ROOMMATE Female roommate needed to share 2 br. apt. Your own room, some furni!ure. Must like CB125 Get up to 100 MPG THE PENINSULA motor Club (AAA) Is considering all majors for domestic travel counselors for the 3rd & 4th quarters of the co-op program. Students interested In assisting members In planning trips md providing general travel Information, please contact Mike Turner at the Co-op Office, 974-2171, room AOC 105, for further Information. PART-TIME, no experience necessary. Days and hours flexible. T1"ans. can be worked out. For Interview write: James Palmer Accounting Bkkg. and Tax Ser vice, 7022 N. 40 St. Tampa Florida. .C..--FOR-REN-T __ .. ).. m .. JsFURNISHED room in private a-c home. Private entrance & bath. Parking for small car. Quiet arH near USF. Upper or Graduate male student only. Phone 9887667 after 5 p.m. c AUTOMOTIVE ] '68 FURY Ill, power steering, power brakes, ac, new tires, radio, perfect running condition. Interior & body good condition. Must sell leaving. $750. 971-7259. PORSCHE, 2 classics, Speedster (Convert) Cabriolet (Convert). 1600s engine, Type 644 gearbox, hardtop, many other parts. Clearwater 581-7460 evenings. [ LOST & FOUND ) FOUND Women gem stone call 2960 and ask for Mel Horowitz or go to University Apt. 23 next to Fon .tana. COLONIAL GARDENS Students welcom6 month lease 2 br, 1 bath, luxury apart ments. Swimming pool, laundry, and Rec room. 2002 East Ill Ave. 971-4977. GREEN OAK Villa New I & 2 Bedroom furnished apartments; Varied lease; near USF. Call 971-4408 or 971-1424. LA MANCHA DOS, Tampa's only student apt. complex. $72-90 per month. 1 block from campus on 42nd St. 971-0100. I SERVICES OFFERED I 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. ( MOOILE HOMES. ) ... [ ... _M_u_s_i_cA_L_ .. __ ]6 FOR SALE 12x60 Trailer near USF 2 bedrooms l bath, central air-heat, fully carpeted. Outside storage shed. Call 932-7100 alter 5 p.m. APPLICATIONS available for Qtr. 111 Songfest. Cash prizes. Sign up now in SEAC office CTR 222. Deadline this Thursday Mar. 28. For more info call 2637. Your ad could be in this space tomorrow! Sell those unwanted items with a classified ad \ ORACLE 974-2620 ,.. _______________ .. .__....-. ........ ...._ ..... 11 .:. ........ ......................... ,...... hi" letten Cetelet SMeh lulletiftf. .... ms ,_,..,,,. Dtiw. Mcril '"'"'"'""" Ill 0141\l<" r-a ""' W ...... $24.95 WATERBED HEATERS .... 29.95--49.95 L'.L. Rr ognize11 with 2-yr. warranty. CUSTOM FRAMES ..... FROM $24.00 Made to your specifications We Sleep Better If You Sleep Better today's world 7034 W. Hillsborough 1Peacock Alley, Ph. 884-2054 The application below is for Who's Who among Students in American Colleges and Universities. This year 36 students outstanding in service, leadership and in volvement at USF will be chosen for this honor. The deadline for ap plication submission is March 29, 1974 before 5:00 to S.O.A.B., CTR 219. If you have any questions or would like more information about Who's Who please call Carol Spring at ext. 2615. Student Organizations Advisory Board (S.O.A.B.) Who's Who application NAME LOO., -----------------------LOCAL ADDRESS -------------____ MAJOR _____ 0 VE RALL c_;. P.R. CL\SS IFICATION -----UNIVERSITY HONORS AND ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES OUTSIDE Ul'ii\lKtlH'IY COLLEC:E EXPENSES EARNED / NO. OF QTRS. EMPLOYED WHILE STL1)t:T PRESEl\TLY IF SU, IV!IEF(E.' _______ __ lfRS. -------------------------------------------------------------------t .......... -----.. ----------. I ---------------------------,, 11' l!::::==:=:::::::_:::::_.=_ ... -::::_::: __ ::: __ ::::. ::::::::=:::=:::::::==========="='A=1'-=1L=' ======fl=l=-L=J:,= ==-======='1

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20-THE ORACLE March 28, 1974 We Need You! UNIVERSITY VOLUNTEER SERVICES invites you to a Street Dance on Tuesday, March 26 8 -10 p.m. Crescent Hill featuring -COLD COMFORT The following groups will have booths available for information: APO Service Fraternity Circle K Service Organization Ethos Helpline Intensive Tutorial Rapcadre In addition, recruitment nights will be in the U.C. Ballroom from 8-ll p.m. on Wt>d. & Thurs .. \laHh 27 & 28. Dr. Joe Howell will speak. If you want to "meet your Tampa rome and talk to \arious directors. "The Brothers and Sisters" will entertain.


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