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The Oracle
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The Oracle (Tampa, Fla)
Wickstrom, Valerie ( Editor )
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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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Artifacts displayed on campus Artifacts from various nations are on display at USF this week courtesy of the Anthropology Club and department, which are sponsoring the event. Some works on display in the Social Science lobby include this African drum, above, and the American Indian pottery at right. Oracle photos by Bill Cullerton ::.! 11111111111 m 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 I Beer sales resume I as Saga gets okay i I I I I = = page 13 I ... i smmmmm;mmmmm;;;;i;mmmmmmmmmmmmm:mmmmmmmmmmm::1mm:f. March 1974 Vol. 9 No. 4 16 pages Data falsified officials charge BYWAYNESPRAGUE and STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writers State Legislators charged yesterday state universities are fraudulently inflating enrollment figures and ordered Auditor Gen. Ernest Ellison to investigate the matter. Officials of two legislative committees expressed differing views on the extent to which USF may be involved in what they termed a "widespread" practice. The matter arose during a probe by a House Appropriations Committee subcommittee investigating Florida State University practices. OFFICIALS said the practice basically involves encouraging graduate students to sign up for class overloads but not actually attend the classes Thus, the Full Time Equivalencies CFTE's) they generate and the funds the university is appropriated as a result .are unmerited. Every 18 hours of course load is worth $10,000 in appr.opriations to a university Jim Elens, staff member of the House Education Committee, said yesterday his committee has evidence USF is involved in such ac tivities. ELENS SAID a source at USF has said "someone at USF is en couraging graduate students to take overloads." But House Appropriations Chairman Marshall Harris, D-Miami, said he did not think it was happening at USF "It has certainly not Dennis Goodwin ... didn't happen here occured in any meaningful role,'' he said. The percentage of graduate students taking overloads at USF is much lower than either FSU or University of Florida, he said. State University System (SUS) Chancellor Robert Mautz has ordered all state university presidents to investigate this matter at their universities DENNIS GOODWIN, USF director of Records and Registration, said, "to my knowledge this has not taken pl .ace at USF." USF is "very cautious" about their enrollment figures," Goodwin said, and he would "welcome an investigation here If USF is in vestigated, Goodwin said, "I personally feel we'll have no prob lems." "We strictly adhere to their CBOR) cut-off dates," Goodwin said and "we are very conscientious about our figures." VICE PRESIDENT for Finance and Planning Bert Hartley said he had not been contacted by the BOR or Mautz pertaining to enrollment figures Hartley said he does not believe USF has falsified records Da ve Jordan, assistant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs, sa:d there was "no way" this could have happened here The University has been overly scrupulous to prevent this he s aid. Elens said his information indicated the extra money at FSU is "going into the administrative operations of the universit y "It is b e ing used to pa y the bill for extensive reorganization, he said. ELENS said the practice was "widespread in the system and is also being used to some extent in undergraduate levels. C'onlinned on page J:l Crafty business Oracle pholo by Bill Cullerlon Dawn Orth, 2NUti.t, bas the l ook of a person J nterested Jnfy in fini shing the task she's wHrkl.n;.; 0;"., O:rt h haprwns t o be in the craft shop in the UC basement, where she's seems to have found a hobby to her liking.


2-THE ORACLE. March 29, 1974 Stans sald to have urged Iles NEW YORK Former Securities and Exchange Com mission 1Chairman G Bradford Cook testified yesterday President Nixon's chief fundraiser, Maurice H. told him last March he lied to a federal grand jury and suggested Cook do the same. He said he did so twice, but the third time he told the truth. "Brad, let's have one of those conversations that never took place," -Cook quoted Stans as sayi.ilg' after 11e told Cdok he had testified the two men did not discuss a $250,000 campaign contribution from financier Robert 'L. TALLAHASSEE Gov. Reubin Askew proposed yesterday establishment of a consumer advocate within the auditor general's office,. rather than in his own office, to fight utility rate increases before the Public Service Commission. The proposal .in Askew's energy message to the legislature, whic:h convenes next Tuesday, represented a con ciliatory concession in the three way disagreement between the governor's office, the attorney general's office and the PSC itself over whether there should be a consum ,et troubleshooter in volved in rate-making hearings -and if so,. who. should be the boss. weather Partly cloudy and warm through tomorrow. A slight chance of showers mainly during afternoons. Low in tlie mid to upper 60s and highs in the "mid to upper II.._ 80s. Leas C8mpbell presents, Arms talks end MOSCOW American A Sovietstatement on Wage bill passes WASHINGTON Congress approved legislation yesterday boosting the nation's minimum wage in three steps to $2.30 per hour and extending it to about 10 million more workers. Pres. Nixon said earlier he would not veto the measure so the minimum wage will in crease from $1.60 to $2 on May 1, to $2.10 next Jan. 1, and to $2.30 on Jan 1976. Red tide continues ST. PETERSBURG Rains that swept through the area last weekend failed to snap the hold the fish-killing red tide has held on the Tampa Bay area since late January and marine biologist Beverly Roberts said yesterday more fish kills could be expected. "The latest water samples showed a slight decrease in the concentration on the Gulf side but they still were above the lethal level," Roberts said. "Tampa Bay appears to be similar to what it has been for the last couple of weeks." ERA lists urged TALLAfu\,SSEK -Eclna Tait, chairwoman of the Governor's Council on tbE! Sta of Women, yesterday urged alf groups participating in the Equal Rights Amendment CERA> controversy to fully disclose sources of in come. ERA opponents, said Tait, have not indicated means of financing anti-amendment liter ab.ire. She predicted Florida will be THE MIKE BLOOMFIELD_ MARK NASTAUN ALL STAR BAND Michael Bloomfield--:guitar Mark Nastalin--:keyboards Jellyroll Troy ...... bass a nd vocals George Reins-drums Plus Special Guest DION. ("Abraham, Martin and John", plus 11 gold rec0rds) Friday, April 5 8 p.m. Homer-Hesterly Armory 500 N. Howard :ncicetS-54.00 in advance, ss.oo day of show Available at Bucltet Tapes and Rasputins in Tampa Music Odyssey and Modern Music in Sf. Pete Asylum Reconls-Sarasota Stereo-ram-Clearwater TIMI Oracle 15 the official 5tudent-edited newspaper of the University of South Florida and 15' publlshed toiir times weekly, Tuesday through Friday, during the through mid-June ; twice during the acadeinic year periOd mid.June through August, by the University of South Florida, 4202 Fowler Ave., Tampail"la:'33620. -Opinions expressed in The Oracle are ttiose of the editors or of the writer and not t'-e of the Unlversityllf South Florida. Address c0rrespondence to The Oree le, LAN 472. Tampa, Fla., 33620 Second clan postage paid at Tampa, Fla. The Oracle reserves the right to retulate tlie typographrcilt tone of all advertisements and revise or turn away copy it considers objectionable. Programs, activities and facilities of the University of South Florida are to all on a noii-dlscrlminatory basis, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age or national origin. The University is an affirmative action Eq. ual Opportunity Employer. Compiled from the news wires of United Press International love'' to kidnaped Patricia Hearst yesterday and agreed with her father she will be released unharmed by her SLA captors. Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger's visit here acknowledged yesterday there was no breakthrough on new strategic arms limitations and cast doubt on Pres. Nixon's chances of breaking the deadlock when he visits Moscow in June. The statement said both sides are determined to find solutions to the impasse in the Strategic Arms Limitation talks (SALT) in Geneva. the 34th state to ratify the ERA. The constitutional amend ment needs ratification by 38 states for adoption. Horne ends tour TALLAHASSEE-The people of Florida are more interested in water both the quality and the quantity -than Watergate, Senate Pres. Mallory Horne said yesterday at the windup of a seven-week tour in quest of votes for his U.S. Senate bid. "Every newspaper asked me about Watergate, but the people never mentioned it." -Hearst demands set SAN FRANCISCO Two suspected members of the Symbionese Liberation Army their "warmest regards and Editor Randolph A. Hearst told a news conference outside his suburban Hillsborough home he believes his daughter will .be released when the SLA is con vinced another $4 million is available for continuing the free food program they demanded. Some of the keenest, sharpest dialogue in film. & MICHAEL J. POLLARD ROBERT REDFORD "stumble-bum Fauss" "cool, amoral HALSY" Fri., Sat. 7:30 & 10:00 p.m. March 29, 30 Sunday 8:00 p.m. ONLY March 31 LAN. 103 75' w/I.D. tl:.?t R VETERANS -and other VA Students -we want you to come to the UC Mall today, 9 The Veterans Administration Mobile Van will be on campus to process VA applications for education, compensation, home loans, and insurance. Meet the University's Veterans Counselor and Veterans Advisors. Register your discharge through the County Veterans Service Office Meet members of the USF Veterans Awareness Council. FREE COKES if you bring a copy of your discharge! Sponsored by USF Offices of Veterans Awareness Council


Cue ball Photo by Jeff Steel Mary King, 2MTH, if not possessing the best pool talents around, certainly has the concentration needed to play the game. King, like many other students, foUlld her pool equipment in the UC's recreation room. Vets to answer questions as part of Vietnam Day BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer The Veteran's Administration (VA) mobile van will be on campus today to answer questions on benefits and file applications, Veteran's Affairs Director Bob Jett said. Today is Vietnam Veteran's Day and this is the .' .J Photo by Doc Parker Obstacle course This congestion in the Language Literature Building is typical of the congestion arising among students when classes are changing. Student ACLU needs helpers The recently formed Student American Ci vii Liberties Union at USF is in need of volunteers to man its operations. The group began operation this quarter and works out of SG. Students are needed to research cases and complaints, serve as court watchers and other related activities. Class credit can be earned in the program. For further information call Doug Pettit at 974-2401. focus for the program, Jett said. The van will be in the UC mall from 9 a.m. to 5 p m. "ANY STUDENT with questions about VA benefits can come and have them answered and file applications," he said The veteran's counselor and representatives from the County Veteran's Service Office, the USF Veterans Awareness Council and veterans advisors will also be present, Jett said. "Members of the USF Veterans Awareness Council will speak on current legislation before the state legislature and the U S Congress, "he said. Jett said the group hopes USF veterans will come and express their views on a current bill which asks for an increase in the G.I. Bill. "AN INDIVIDUAL can also file his discharge paper with the county at this time," he said. ''This is a good service for you can always get another copy and it prevents loss The mobile van will process VA applications for education, compensation, home loans and insurance, he said. Free cokes will be served to anyone who brings a copy of his discharge paper. Jett said special students and continuing education students can still process their 60-day deferment of fees through May 21 in UC 166. THE USF Veterans Affairs office is now open Monday through Wednesday from 8 a m. to 9 p m. and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p m. Veterans affairs will be coordinated after 5 Thursday in the Counseling Center for Human Development. The most fun y -ou can have with your clothes on .... WESTERN DENIM JEANS .a:.._ SHIRTS LEVI'S LANDLUBBER 5102-1/2 E. FOWLER AT HERALD SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER 985-3657 THE ORACLE -March 29, 1974 3 Business eyed Greco quits TAMPA (UPI) -Tampa Mayor Dick Greco resigned Thursday to enter private business. He announced his surprise decision at an afternoon news conference. Greco, 40, said the resignation was effective Monday, April 1. He said he chose to resign Seminar set A photography seminar focusing on the "What, Where, and Why" of 35mm range finder cameras, reflex cameras, closeup photography and the properties of different films is scheduled Monday and Tuesday. The seminar will be held at 7: 30 p.m. in ENA and will be con ducted by Walter Heun, special sales and service manager for E. Leitz, Inc., New York. Registration for both evenings is $5.00 and may be paid at the door. Anyone interested in photography is invited. I Talk planned Dr. Janet Taylor Spence, professor of Psychology at the University of Texas, will speak in ENA Tuesday at 4 p.m. Sponsored by the Psychology Department, the internationally known psychologist will speak on "Who Likes Competent Women." Former chairman of the Psychology Department at Texas, Spence is currently editor of the psychology book review journal. "Contemporary Psychology." Spence ts best known for her "Manifest Anxiety Scale" and her work on womens' roles in society. 1J l1J c w Head of Christ ring, 10K. because he didn't want to be a lame duck Mayor. He said he was going to take a job with a large corporation. He declined to name the firm but it was rumored to be Jim Walter Corp. He will be succeeded as mayor by City Council Chairman Richard Cheney. Greco was a city councilman from 1963 to 1967 when he was elected mayor. When he was sworn in as mayor on Oct. 1, 1967, at the age of 34, he was the youngest mayor of any major city in the U. S. He is past president oi the Florida League of Municipalities and past vice president of the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council. We know more about bicycles than anyone else in town. It makes sense to buy bicycles from the people who know them best. The men at your Raleigh dealer have the training and experience to help you and your family select 'fine Raleighs. And they have the exclusive Raleigh CustomSizer to make sure that everyone gets a perfect cycling fit. TAMPA CYCLE CO. 1605 N. FRANKLIN ST. 229-8409 Head of Christ pendant, 10K. Use Our Convenient CHARGE PLANS-BUDGET ACCOUNTS Accep r: B;ink America rd Diners Club Shoppers Charge Masrer Charge Carre Blanche American Express .!> GordOA?:J IN TAMPA SHOP AT GORDON'S 3924 BRITTON PLAZA SHOPPING CTR. NORTH GATE SHOPPING CENTER OTHER STORES IN: St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Seminole, Bradenton, Plant City and Lakeland.


(-THE ORACLE March 29, 1974 False figures could cause academic setback A blow has been struck against the expansion of Florida academics and the State University System (SUS) may have stepped into the punch. The Appropriations Subcommittee on Education of Florida's House of Representatives announced yesterday it is convinced it has caught FSU padding its full time equivalencies (FTE) figures in order to receive more than its share of state money. INDICATIONS ARE that all nine universities in the System, including USF, could be guilty. If the allegations are true and the Committee has ordered Auditor Gen. Ernest Ellison to find out whether other universities are padding enrollment figures the SUS has violated a trust with the taxpayers of this state. In today's Watergate-conscious environment that means trouble The SUS could find itself placed in the corner and its planners' hands tied for its naughtiness. THE THREAT to academic growth and educational quality is tremendous A good university can't be operated without money but taxpayers don't want to invest in dishonest organizations If Ellison confirms the committee's charges legislators will probably become less sympathetic to SUS requests and proposals involving tenure, funding of academic programs and campus expansions If the party is over for the SUS, its students are going fo suffer the hangover J Student regents pose problem Student regents? Senator Jack Gordon, D-Miami Beach ; has the right idea in trying to provide direct input from individual universities to the Board of Regents BOR), but we're not sure the bill would actually improve the student's position in theState University System ORACLE ACP All-American smce 1967 SDX Mark of ExceUence ANP A Award 1967, 1969 Editor Advertising Manager Managing Editor Layout Edit.or Copy Editor Editorial Editor Photo Editor Sports Editor Entertainment Editor Advisor News phones Valerie Wickstrom Tom Wallace Sandra Wright Dave Moormann Jean Trahan Stevan Northcutt Bill Cullerton Mike Kaszuba Ed Reed Leo Stalnaker 974-2619, 2842, 2398 DEADLINES: General news 3 p.m daily 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 a a.m. noon two days before publication In person or by mall with payment enclosed. Advertising rates on request, 974-2620, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. -s p.m. StorlH and plcturH Of Interest to students may lie submitted to the Oracle In LAN 469 or the suggestion boxes In the LibrrY and UC In. this era of students' rights and relevant educational systems, universities and colleges have been adding students to their policy-making boards at both the local and state issues SEVERAL states have already named student regents; however there has been no information on the effects of this change Gordon's proposal for student regents has raised some opposition within the state government systems and the Oracle questions whether this measure would actually improve the education system. Gordon says he filed the proposal to give students a louder voice in the governing of their universities He overlooks the fact that students like faculty and staff members have their own governing bodies and unlike other groups are guaranteed a place on the r Editorials BOR agenda through the State Council of Student Body Presidents SOME may argue the Council is an establishment which may not represent the feelings of some student groups, but we feel Gordon's proposal presents a problem in that while a one-year term may not be long enough for a student to learn to work well within t he SUS, a two-year-term might do more for establishing an elite student group than does the present Council's position. A second problem is presented by the fact Gordon recommended student Alumna deplores Stewart's firing Editor: As a former student at USF and as such, a former resident of Hillsborough County, I feel compelled to express my utter outrage at the County Commission's firing of Roger Stewart. Even more importantly, as an inhabitant of planet Earth, I despair at the "passing from power" of a true friend of the environment. I would love to see the County Commission presented with a petition, signed by all of Stewart's supporters at USF, condemning those commissioners responsible for this atrocious action Bravo Betty Castor-the commissioner with a conscience. Pamela Lutton Alumna '73 regents be subject to the same confirmation procedures as the current regents. These nine serve nine-year terms and are appointed by the governor, approved by the Florida Cabinet and confirmed by the Senate. We agree with the former USF SG Pres. Bill Davis and FSU SG Pres. Dave Aronosky these provisions could cause token appointments and we are certain USF Administrators would not recommend SG officials to serve on the BOR. The Oracle believes students should be represented by people chosen in campus-wide elections. At this time, SG is the only student government group to offer these elections and while we often disagree with SG policy we must respect the opinions of a group of people elected by the students even as Hillsborough County citizens live with, but often protest, the decisions made by their elected government officials STUDENTS throughout the state are now aware of Gordon's interest in the educational system and in them as potential voters, and perhaps this is a realistic goal for Gordon to attempt. We do not believe, however, a bill to add student regents to the BOR should be passed unless this change will constructively improve Florida's higher education system Students, staff and faculty groups have enough problems getting their messages to the BOR as it is. We believe student regents could provide more problems than their presence would solve. This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of $H8,696A5 or 9c per copy, to disseminate news to the students, staff and faculty of the University of South Florida.


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6 -THE ORACLE March 29, 1974 Fauss, Halsy ride tonight By DORIS OUTTEN Oracle Entertainment Writer SEAC's weekend movie, "Little Fauss and Big Halsy," will be shown today, tomorrow and Sunday in LAN 103 together with a five-minute short entitled "Offfspring." Admission is 75 cents with a student ID. Little Fauss and Big Halsy, starring Robert Redford and Michael J Pollard, is a comicdrama about a motorcycle twosome. Redford is the cool, amoral Halsy, and Pollard portrays the stumble-bum Fauss. Director Sidney Furie provides a graphic background of motor cycle racing and its competitors BIG HALSY, a rising motor cycle star, gives a boost to grubby shy little Fauss who dreams of becoming a motor cycle tuner. The brash, ex perienced Halsy takes Fauss on as his mechanic and together they share the excitement of the races and the friendship of a woman who cooks, cleans and pacifies them on the road As Halsy's fame grows there appears a serious flaw under his cocky swagger. With rising pressilre on the racetrack his self confidence cracks, and the twosome eventually part with Halsy the loser, and Fauss emerging the more mature and wiser man. "Offspring" is a shocking montage of newsreels, stills and live action footage juxtaposing a healthy American child singing peacefully with the starving and injured young of either countries This powerful minifilm was conceived produced and directed by Warren Forma. All SEAC weekend movie showings for this quarter will be 7 :3o and 10:00 p.m on Fridays and Saturdays and one 8:00 p m showing on Sundays Gospel Choir sings, -Smith to preach The Rev. Canon Smith, Religious Studies instructor and chairman of the Equal Op portunities Committee at USF, will preach a sermon titled It's Never Too Late to Fall in Love Especially With Yourself" Sunday at the 10:30 a m worship service in the Unitarian Universalist Church, 719 Arlington Ave., N., St. Peters. burg. Along with his sermon, the USF Check your local radio listings for time and station. Tune in, drink Bud., have fun! ANHCUSER-BUSCH, INC. ST. LOUIS Afro-American Gospel Choir will sing The choir, formed by USF students several years ago, has performed statewide and has become the most visible black campus group, according to Smith The group's goals are to develop and maintain black musical forms which Smith explains are an important factor in black survival. The service is open to the public. Photo furnished Fauss warily watches race ... Halsy peers from behind his cycle after a tumble Kortholts featured Medieval music Monday Kortholts, cornemeuses, krummhorns, harpsichords, recorders, tambourines and three medieval woodwinds will be featured in a program entitled "Music of the Renaissance" scheduled Monday at 8 p.m. in FAH 101. The USF Medieval Renaissan c e Society is spon soring th e event which is free to USF faculty and students. The Sun City Center Consort, a group of four musicians including Dr Hans Neuberger visiting professor of Geography at USF, will perform. Dr Maurice Whitney noted musicologist, will discuss the music and instruments of the Renaissance Quarter Lease available Now Al MAN,HA DOS AND to Cl.All '12 .t:to. '/71--0100


THE ORACLE -March 29, 1974 7 B I show athletes' lives BY JEFF STRANGE Oracle Entertainment Writer Eight directors from different countries have filmed segments of the festivities involved in the '72 Olympics and linked them together in a spectacular two hour movie which has its first showing tonight. Each director filmed aspects of the games which interested him or her. Th result is an elaboratley done piece of work from eight accomplished directors. The directors, with their different insights and film techniques, are in a sense competing in their own Olympics for perfection and revelation about sports and what it means to them The film is divided into eight parts. THE MOVIE features "The Beginning" which depicts the pressure athletes must face and the excitement generated by the pageantry associated with the Olympics. "The Strongest" shows the obsession .of the weightlifters and Photo furnished Eight directors film '72 Olympics ... film tonight reveals sports frustrations 'Operators 1 play free BSU dance The Black Student Union is sponsoring a reception and dance tonight at 8:00 p.m. in the UC Ballroom featuring the "Soul Operators." The dance is part of the Black Emphasis Week program at USF. Ad mission is free. Ronald Ramsey, president of the Black Student Union, will speak about issues concerning black students at the dance. Tomorrow night at 8:00 p.m. there will be a Black Student Union Talent Show in the Empty Keg. Black students will perform. Wrapping up Black Emphasis Week, the Black Student Union Gospel Choir will sing at4:00 p.m. in LAN 103, Sunday, March 31. Prof recital Mond_ay 1 Jerald Reynolds sings baritone "Three Erotic Songs from Taiwan" and "The Weary Blues" are among selections which will be performed by associate professor of Music Arts Jerald Reynolds, baritone, at a recital Monday. Other compositions of Dr. Theodore Hoffman, professor of Humanities, will also be per formed in FAH 101 at 2 p.m. Performers will include Dr. Armin Watkins, professor of Music Arts on piano, and soprano Monroe, interim lec turer. All music performed will be compositions by Hoffman the psych job tl:)ey need to per form. "The Longest" shows the isolation and loneliness of the marathon runner while "The Fastest" focuses on the un believable strain of the men in the 100-meter dash. "WOMEN IN SPORTS" shows the joys women receive just in being at the Olympics. "The Highest" reveals, in slow motion, the concentration and techniques of the pole vaulters and "The Losers" shows how the athletes accept defeat and how much their event means to them. "The Decathalon" concentrates on the extreme pain experienced by the athlete who has to give his mostin lOevents spread over two days. "Visions of Eight" is no or dinary sports documentary. Over emphasis of winning and losing and medals received does not occur, the athletes' and spec tators' lifestyles and their reactions to events that happened in the games are shown. The movie also touches on the tragic murders at Munich but. reveals little about controversial games and decisions made by persons some thought were partial judges. This is good for the viewer would soon get bogged down and disgusted with all the atrocities which were present at Munich. THE DIRECTORS are Arthur Penn of the U.S., Milos Forman of Czechoslovakia, Kon Ichikawa Two tryouts set today Tryouts for Norman Juster's "Phanrom Toll Booth" are scheduled today at 2 p.m. in TAR 120; two hour credits are given for these parts. Tryouts for "Fantasies," by Harvey Sch midt, will be held today at 7:30 p.m. in TAR 120. of Japan, Claude Lelouch of France, John Schlesinger of Great Britan, Juri Ozerov of USSR, Michael Pfleghar of West Germany and Mai Zetterling of Sweden. The directors are the best in their profession and have Galtlera srore rental .Studio "1'1"150 N 30TH ST done a remarkable job. The movie is well worth seeing even if you're not a sports fan. "Visions of Eight" will be shown tonight and Saturday at 7 and 9 p.m. in ENA. Admission is $1. FANTASTIC CAMERA SALE !!! March 27, 28, & 30 only Prices Slashed on All cameras, lenses, and accessories! EL CAESAR'S ITALIAN FRIED CHICKEN Same menus and fine quality Italian foods under a new management. G, SPECTALIZING IN TAKE OUT ORDERS: 1 fl { ( $ Fried Chicken Italian Style Phone-in orders are welcome Spaghetti ,_ "-r .,. i' for speedy service Riaatoni ?!ht )]' ...--:;; Ut'-. Sandwiches Open Mon. Sat. llam -9pm Temple Terrace Village 10910 N. 56th street. 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8-THE ORACLE Weekend activities scheduled This weekend's activities are as follows : Tonight there will be a Black Student Union reception and dance at 8 p m. in the UC Ballroom Admission is free Tonight and. tomorrow night the film "Visions of Eight" will be featured at 7 and 9 p.m. ENA Admission is $1. "Little Faus and Big Halsey" Will be featured. tonight and tomorrow night at 7:30 and 10 p m. andon Sunday at 8 p.m. in LAN 103. : Actmission is 75 cents with iD. will in clude a free concert by the Faculty Chamber Players featuring Bach's "Bradenliurg Concerto in No.A in G Major at a :3o p m FAH 101. The Black Student Union has planned a talent show at 7: 30 in the Empty Keg. Admission for bOth is. free. An Iranian dinner will be served at 8 p.m. in the UC Ballroom. Admission is $3.50 per person (not $3 as stated in the Oracle yesterday) and $6 for couples. Sunday the Black Student Union Gospel Choir will perform at 4 p.m. in LAN 103. Admission is free Monday s activities will in clude a student recital by Sherrie Thrower who will play the clarinet at 2 in FAH 101. There will be Debate at 7:30 p m ., UC 248. Admission to these activities is free Conner plays 1Kingdom' novel Marion Conner will appear at the First United Methodist Church tonight l!-t 8 p.m. in her dramatic presentation of Jan de Hartog's novet "The Peaceable Kingdom." The Peaceable Kingdom is the story of the founding b y George Fox of the Religious Society of Fri ends of the Quakers in 1652. Conner adapts the script and desi gn s the costumes, allo w i ng herself to portra y the m a n y character delineations. Admissio n is $1 for students and $1.50 for the public All proc e ed s will go to wa rd a mis s ion in L a Paz Bolivia. March 29, 1974 l Exhibition shows student art The USF Art D e p a rtm e nt i s s pons o r i n g a n art s h o w of un d ergradua t e p aintings a nd drawing s toda y thr o u g h April 26 in the USF Th ea ter l obby "Flushing System" R. Fuechter's work is among paintings on display in the Theater gallery. Oracle photo by Jell Steel J The e xhibitio n was juri ed b y a n A rt D e partm e nt fac ult y c o m mittee f rom a body of un d e rgradu a t e s tud e nt work produ ce d du ri n g Qtr 2 The art v aries fr om l a ndscap e paintin gs to p encil an d cha rc oa l dr awings to nude s Anyo n e int e r es ted in furthe r inf or m a tion s hould c ont ac t F l or i da C e nt e r for th e Arts F A ii l 20, 974-2271. WHY HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN US? USF Jewis h Student Union Meets regularly: Sundays 7 :30 PM LAN 116 MIKE'S BIG BITE IS __ -........., OUTASITE! meatball $1.15 roast beef $1.35 steak hogie $1.49 baked ham & swiss $1.25 hot pastromi $1.39 fish $.75 Yankee Fried Chicken dinners Cuban 1.4-0 Eye-Talian 1.89 Small Suh 1.19 Turkey 1.49 Corn Beef 1.49 Spaghetti 1.25 Tuna Salad .72 Egg Salad .69 -------Chicken Salad .69 Shrimp Dinner 1.69 Clams or Dinner 1.39 Salads .. 65 & .85 Hamburgers .80-.90-1.00 peanut butter & jelly .50 Thick Shakes .30 & .4-0 House of Sandwich 2324 Fletcher Ave. Ph 971-6453 Cubans and Hogies Made to Order NOW WITH DELIVERY FREE soft drinks on Mondays only with your own cup


Oracle photo by. Bi ll Culll!rton Pines and needles Aside -from its ar ch itec tur al patterns, USF's campus is full of designs created by nature. THE ORACLE-March29, 1974 February energy use low BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer Total USF energy consumption during February was the lowest it has been in four-and-a-half y ears, Bill Hickok, superintendent of Utilities, said yesterday. Hickok said the Univeristy consumed 379,074 therms of total energy this February as com pared to the all time February high in 1970 of 523,573 therms BUT, HE SAID, increased prices have raised the cost of energy consumption from $43,618 to $65,532. The per-unit cost of energy is currently at its highest rate ever, he said Hickok cited the planned cost control program, consisting of changes in procedure, applications of equipment, and improved ef. ficiency, as the reason for the reduction. "On a a yearly basis we expect to continue to reduce con sumption," he said, but "the cost of gas and electricity will con tinue to go up." Physical Plant Director Charles Butler said he does not foresee any future difficulty in getting needed supplies of gas or electricity. USF PRES. Cecil Mackey said last quarter some curtailment might have to be effected because of the student and faculty difficulty in procuring gasoline. Dave Jordan, assistant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs, said he does not believe there has been any termination or curtailment of academic programs due to the energy crisis Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs Dan Walbolt said all stUdent recreational activities that last past 11 p.m. have been stopped, with a few exceptions in the residential halls, in reaction to the energy curfew. THE CURFEW prohibits University sponsored activity after 11 p m. Sunday through Thursday and after midnight on Friday and Saturday. Ray King, director of Housing and Food Services said the exceptions were the Argos and Andros study rooms which are open 24 hours and the ice cream parlor and Andros snack bar which stay open until midnight. Walbolt said there have been no problems in implementing the curfew in the Student Affairs area. ASSISTANT Dean of Fine Arts John Cokor said no Fine Arts program that lasts beyond the curfew will be terminated. Cokor said the programs, such as the Film Art Series movies. have been justified as hav ing academic content to Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs There had been some quest jon as to whether some of the Fine Arts programs would be allowed. FLORILAND .'VIALl Tampa, Florida Increase in. campus food prices planned next year I 54 I S. DALE MABRY EXECUTIVE PLAZA Brandon Florida CLEARWATER MALL Clearwater, Florida WINTER HAVEN MALL Wiriter Haven Florida BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer Campus food prices will rise next fall, Ed Fisher, director of Saga Food Service, said Wed nesday. "There is no way we can get around not increasing the cost of our food," Fisher said. "We made no program changes in service until this quarter and then had to take steak night off." He said he felt this is the best way to stabilize meal plan costs and avoid taking drastic measures such as limiting the number or size of servings. USF Food and Housing Director Ray King said he agreed with Fisher and felt there is no way to avoid increasing food prices. "The boarding rate will definitely go up," King said. "I don't know for sure about the vending machines or snack bars. If the Coke Co.,, says its mix will go up then we, the customer, are just going to have to pay more Fisher sa i d the amount of the meal plan price increase is not yet deterl)lined but will be decided soon. "The snack bars and vending machines will hold for right now and change with the market," he said. "Last year I don't think anyone had any idea what would happen to the market. The cost of many staples has nearly doubled." LAKE PARKER MALL 395 PARK AVENUE SOUTH Winter Park, Fk>r_ido FIELDS PLAZA Leeburg, Flor_ido CUTLER RIQGE. CENTER Miami, F l oridq Costa Rica/ Guatemala/El Salvador 8 days 7 nights "k "k $299.00 incl. air fare For contact Show for elderly aired by WUSF-FM AMERICAN OVERSEAS TRAVEL CORP. University of South Florida ADM. 102, 4202 Fowler Ave. Tampa, Fla. 33620 PH. 97 4-2695 YOUR ON CAMPUS TRAVEL AGENCY By STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writer The purp o se of WUSF's radio Women defense course offered A s ix-we e k n o n c re dit cour se in w o men 's selfd e f e n s e will be off e r ed b egi nnin g A p ril 9, w ith Doug Duncan, who has a bla ck b elt in Judo, as the instru c tor. The c our se, sp o n s ored by SG, will h ave 12 sess i o n!:> and will meet T ues d a y s and Thu r s d ays 6 7 p m in GYM 107. Fees for the cour se have b een set ;;J[ $3 and int e r es t e d p e r som; may r eg ister in the SG offic (:. presentation of "The Third Generation" is to discuss and help combat various problems facing elderly citizens, Ted Sullivan production manager at WUSF, said yesterday The program is presented Tuesday nights at 9 with a call-in follow-up presented at 9: 3 0 The program is repeated Thursdays at 6:30 p .m. "k "k DEPARTURES AVAILABLE FOR SPRING BREAK I PAESAAO'S I I I Program host Thomas Routh a I (\ta fl i a Ill (I\ e ()tau "'Q r11t I Planning, Evaluation and CJ rt '-K 0 ll rt Training specialist with the sta l e I I Division of Welfare, said h e hop e s I I the program will "disp ell some of I \ -n I the myths people h ave about the 1 I elderly and take a hardnosed I I approa c h to the p roble ms. .... COMING SOON--i _,,_ g ; A NEW PAESANO'S! !! I sales service parts Honda's are our business Our Gnly busine<>s mon. 9 til 9 weekdays 9 til 6 9 71-8171 _Authorize d H o nd a Ca r D eale r I I ; 8622 N a 40th StR : I ll corner o f 40th & Y u k o n one block south o f Busch I I -__ ._ am n mm em mm Bil IV!! !J:il!l ml m !!!.f!l n B 11111 mu e m m ll.1.\'i 14727 N. !"J ebrnska


10 -THE ORACLE sports Brahmisses explod e 21-1 March 29, 1974 Terry Roache ... helped Brahmisses win BY RINDY WEATHERLY Oracle Sports Writer Consecutive home runs by Mary Ann Holmes, Karen Hackshaw and Sue Stidham highlighted a seven-run second inning as USF' s Brahmisses blasted the University of Tampa 21-1 in their first game yesterday The Brahmisses jumped out to a three-run lead in the first inning and added to it in every frame but the sixth as they coasted to an easy victory behind the two-hit pitching of Mary Heath and Cynthia Huffer. "IT WAS a good icebreaker," USF Coach Jane Cheatham said, noting she was pleased with her team's initial outing "Our kids hit the ball where they weren't," she added. Shortstop Debbie Wohlers went four-for-four with a pair of triples and scored four runs to pace the Brahmisses 23-hit attack. Carol Riemann and Holmes both doubled twice, and Jane MacCall added a two-run homer "OUR PITCHERS looked great-that's what we were USF listed fourth in baseball rankings Coach Beefy Wright's USF baseball team is currently ranked fourth in the 14-team Southern Independant standings, with a record of 14-3-1 in statistics released Monday. Defending champions Georgia Southern leads the group with 18 wins and one loss. Second is the University of Miami, 23-3 overall, and the Gamecocks of South Carolina are third. Tomorrow, the Brahmans host Widener College in their last home game before going on the road next week to meet Stetson and Florida Southern. Game time for tomorrow's contest is 1 :30. really looking for, third baseman Joanne Rogers said. Heath blanked the Spartans while Huffer allowed one unearned run USF faces Flagler, the University of Florida and Florida State in the round-robi n Flagler Invitational Tournament at St. Augu s tine tomorrow. They 're (USF) pretty much '/R4VE OD/IE l AT u.s.F. Wet Parrot Lounge Featuring Sun. Nites Tyler and Stephens U.S.F. NITE Nite; Sun.& Mon., 10 off drinks with l.D. Group Rate (Mon.-Sat.) Danny Dee 2501 E. Fowler 971-3900 Division III Independents Keep your shirt on -as of March 25, 1974 w L Georgia Southern 18 1 Miami 22 3 South Carolina '17 3 South Florida 14 3 Stetson 13 2 So. Miss. 8 2 Tulane io 4 South Alabama 12 5 JI sports shorts II An athletic chairmen's meeting, for both men s and women's intramurals, will be held Monday, recreation coor. dinator Andy Honker said yesterday The men will meet at 2 p.m. in PED 114 with the women meeting in PED 100. *** Christie Hay, USF bowling league member said yesterday there are eight vacancies in the league and wishes interested parties to call her at 988-0226. In this week's games Bill Grothe and Steve McLain t i ed for men's single game high with 210, while Tom Finn rolled a 593 for high series Sue Thornton bowled at 206 game and 516 series for both women's honors. Sue Thornton bowled a 206 game and 516 series for both women's high honors. *** USF's Parachute Club will meet Monday at 7:30 p m. in UC 203. r I I I I I I FLING is here! SPARKLING VODKA COCKTAIL Available in y our favorite flavo rs Strawberry and Orange ---------------. How to g e t y o ur HA V E A FLING" TS HIRT I If y ou would l ik e a Have a Fling" T-Shirt (Available i n Medium a n d S mall size s only), j us t sen d $ 2.00 (includes handling and pos t age for e ach shirt) to "Fling", P O B o x 9, Pekin, Ill. 61554. B e s ure to specif y size I a I I & VOD K A COCKTAIL 25 PROOF THE AMERI CAN D I STI L LING COMPANY, INC P E KIN, ILL. up for this w e ekend Ev e rybod y see ms to be gung-ho, C h ea tham said. r--------, For a trial size package of Kotex tampons (5 tampons), a pretty purse container, and a very explanatory book entitled "Tell It Like It Is", mail this order form with in coin to cover mailing and handling to: Kotex tampons Box 551 CN1 Neenah, W i sconsin 54956 Name Add ress ____ City ______ Z i p ____ A ll ow 4 week s f o r deli v ery. Offe r expires Decembe r 31, 1974 Lim it one p e r customer. :..::.p;()Fem1 rnrnty today from Kimberly-Clark


Oracle photo by Bill Cullerton A run for life Although it may not be as invigorating as a streak in the brisk evening air, jogging is still a popular pastime for those who want to keep in shape. Tennis loss won't count BY RINDY WEATHERLY Oracle Sports Writer Two players who are ineligible under NCAA regulations caus e d USF s tennis match with Sam ford University to be changed to a practice outing yesterday. The Brahmans lost 5-4. Samford s Grey King and one of his teammates are transfer students, but s ince they have not sat out a year, they are not for NCAA competition "Maybe the psychological factor of knowing it was a practice match affected them," USF Coach Spaff Taylor said of his players "A couple of shots here and there and we would have won the match. King, the seventh-ranked player in the U .S. two years ago and a top-seed at the University of Florida last season defeated Oscar Olea 6-1, 7-5 leading Samford to a 4 2 mark in the singles Suncoast Lacrosse Tournament Today Air Force vs. Suncoast AU-Stars Robinson High School 8 p m Admis sion $1 Tomorrow USF-ITB L C vs. Williams !I a.m. THE ORACLE -March 29, 1974 10ld' council votes for swim, golf terminations BY MIKE KASZUBA Oracle Sports Editor In what was originally sup posed to be a matter set asidefor an incoming Athletic Council, USF s present council last week recommended both the in tercollegiate swim and golf programs be cut, council member Tony Carvalho said last night. The council s recommeno ation coincides with a recommendation Vice President for Student Affairs Joe Howell and Athletic Director Richard Bowers sent to Pres. Cecil Mackey last night. INTERVIEWED Tuesday, Howell gave no indication he knew the Athletic Council had taken up and passed a recom mendation calling for the cuts over the quarter brea k saying only, "We should get some action soon Howell was not available for comment yesterday. Carvalho, the existing council's lone student member said he wasn't there for the recommendation meeting because there was a mix-up i n the mail and I didn't receive a note on the meeting till a day late.' "I'M NOT accusing anyone of anything ... I just don't know. They chose to take that move and they re entitled to their opinion," Carvalho said Dr Manny Luc off, a council member who attended the meeting, said he voted against keeping the programs because "the arguments sustained a negative vote." "All the council s meetings are called well in advance Lucoff said of Carvalho's predicament, adding, "there would be no reason to overlook Tony for the meeting Brahmans host fencing tourney here tomorrow "Th e First and Last Annual Broccoli Fencing Tournam e nt," spon s ored by USF s F e ncing Club, will be h eld tomorrow in the gymn a sium startin15 at 8 :30 a.m. "We se nt out a t least 15 in vitations C lub President Mar ga r e t McCubbin said, adding. most of the s chools contacted hav e not confirm e d they will be her e Br e v a rd Commu n ity College, Embry Riddle, and th e P olice Athl e tic L e agu e of SL Pete r s burg will prob a bly pa rticipat e, and other e n t rants will register at 8 a m. tomorrow M c Cubbin said Comp e tition will be h eld in women's foil, m e n s foil and men' s e p ee, with trophies going to th e top thre e win ners in e ach cla ss. Spe c tators will n o t be charged an admission f e e, but participants must pay $2 per weapon Amateur F encing League of America rules will be observed sell it fas t with Oracle Classifie d s Lucoff said the motion to make a decision on the cuts came up at a March 18 meeting because "the problem couldn't hang." "WE HAD some (council members) feeling it (recom mending the cuts) was not a good idea and some in seeing the budget, felt we had no other choice ... it was a reluctant vote to recommend th e cuts," he said. In related action taken during the quarter break, Faculty Senate member Dr. Charles Arnade sent a resolution to Mackey dated March 12 requesting a postponement of all decisions on cutting the sports "until the new Athletic Council has made its recommendation." Senate Chairman Dr. Jesse Binford, who apparently wasn t aware the present council had recommended the program cuts said yesterday he felt any decision ought to wait. 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12-THE ORACLE March 29, 1974 Developers cancel rezoning plan BY RUSSELL MANLEY Oracle Staff Writer Robert Schreiber, vice president and general counsel for the Edward J. DeBartolo Co., said yesterday the company has definitely decided not to ask for rezoning of its land adjacent to USF for the present. "We 're studying the land in relation to its location between our shopping mall and the University," he said. "Our market research department is updating its reports and doing studies on uses of the land." SCHREIBER the portion of the land nearest USF, directly west of 30th St ., had been intended for office buildings, which usually require in-Pilot program offered by IT BY JOYCE DEQUINE Oracle Staff Writer A new pilot course in Com munity Psychology is being offered this quarter, Robert Leeds, Intensive Tutorial (IT) director, said yesterday. The course is PSY 481-IT and is a combination of tutorial ex perience, lecture and .group discussion "IT IS the first course in community psychology offered at the undergraduate level that enables the student to obtain practicaf experience," Leeds said. "Community psychology is the newest and area in the field of psychology.'' If the course issuccessful,there is a possibility others like it will follow. A proposal has been sent to Social and Behavioral Sciences Acting Dean Travis Northcutt suggesting a three-quarter sequence of similar courses, Grant forms now available Applications for Florida Student Assistance Grants may be obtained in the Office of Financial Aids, ADM 172. All undergraduate students who are U S citizens residents of F lor ida for at least two years and who need financial aid are eligible. Applications must be s ent to Tallahassee before May 1 5 F LIGHT SHOP t& EVERYTHING FOR TH E ""I' AVIATION ENTHUSIAST Log Books o Flight Coses i'mtoble Radios o C essn a Piper c.\Gech croft Own er Manuals a Tes1 Books s : mpule r s Ploi te'. s WAC & Charts i ciuciin 1 Corri .... :m G Head se ts ;11 d !./1ikes ;; glasses & Mos': Line :>iastic Scale M'.''-':+. i> Cups & .-.;ssware o Ashtr c .-; ic<> trumen t .arts o flight < : 1 :; <.::o:.1rs<:?s o :uoft Pictures 0 i.-1ia : o n Bock> Magazines o A E, P Me chanic .'>c hool o Aviation jewelry o ELT's ;.,. Tech Publication s o FLY IN OR DRIVE IN SL Petersb urg-Clearwater Airport S L Petersburg, Florida 33732 813-531-3545 I Leeds said, and since the pilot course was filled almost im mediately, he said he is hopeful the sequence will be approved PSY 481-IT is being taught with two hours of. tutoring in the IT preschools and in some public schools. ONE HOUR of lecture a week is by Dr. Charles Spielberger, head of the PhD program in Clinical Community Psychology and Dr Miles Hardy, professor and past director of Behavioral Sciences a group discussion session will be conducted by USF graduate student Mike Cross to assist the tutors with problems concerning their pupils I 1 I I I I i I stitutional-Professional (IP) zoning. "Certain types of offices cate ring to Univ e rsity needs are permitted under the land's current University Community CUC) zoning," Schreiber said "We are studying the restrictions that would apply with the current zoning." Schreiber said the northern part of the land is intended for apartments and other multi family developments which are permissible under UC zoning. "We are checking on the need for them," he said "WE HA VE no plans as of now for the western-most part of the land," Schreiber said. He inUSF to host African talks The USF International Studies Program will host the forth Florida Regional Seminar next Thursday and Friday. The subject will be "Religion and the National Building Pro cess in Africa." Several USF faculty and other guests will speak on the subject. For further infor mation call Dr. A. Hechiche. at 974-2249. dicated that section was in the original plans, intended for small commercial developments, but they would require a change to Commercial-! zoning. Schreiber and other DeBartolo officials visited USF several times to gather faculty, ad ministration, and student input. Schreiber said the reaction was generally unfavorable to zoning changes. "We would like to have University approval on whatever we finally decide to do Schreiber said. "I would imagine we will be finished with our studies within 30 days. Whatever the results, we will be back to the University with them." Lifeguard proposal handed to Bowers By RUSSELL MANLEY Oracle Staff Writer A proposal to establish a Physical Education elective course setting up students as lifeguards for outdoor pools on campus has f)een submitted to USF Athletic Director Richard Bowers, SG officials said yesterday The proposal was submitted by SG secretary for Academic Affairs Joe Vito and Secretary of Resident Affairs Steve Nichols "We had noticed students were climbing over the fences because the pools were closed," Nichols said "The reason we were given for the closed pools was there were no lifeguards around and lifeguards cost money." If this proposal is adopted, people taking the course can serve as lifeguards, the students will be happy and the Administration would not have the expense of hiring lifeguards," he said. The proposal calls for the course to be independent study at the 300-level. It also states, "Prerequisites for the course would be those required of any professional lifeguard." SG Pres. Richard Merrick said the proposal was prepared by cabinet members and submitted to Bowers yesterday. Bowers was unavailable for comment. "We think it will be helpful to all concerned," Nichols said. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith will never be like this. See the officer campus, AOC 108, April 8th thru 12th, 9:00 to 5:00. (April 19th by appointment only) or call Temple Terrace. I l D E :'->1\ AIRCRAFT 98.5-1010 anytime.


14 -THE ORACLE March 29, 1974 <-Travel guide from Datsun offers much information E ditor1s note: The Oracle does not m a k e a polic y of review i ng c ommerciallypu blishe d magazines; h owever D a t s un's" Am erica" is one of the b est Alumni Association sponsored things w e've ever seen o n this campus. Hope you enjoy the gui d e as mu.:h as w e did. BY VALERIE WIC KSTROM Oracle Editor Arrion g it s mor e dubious h o n o r s t his year, USF is on e of 1 5 0 college campuses throughout the nation selected for the initi a l distribution of 1,000 000 copies of a new student travel guide The guide looks good to most USF students; in one week the campus sponsor the Alumni Association, has distributed 5,000 copies of the 72-page travel guide to the student body SPONSORED nationally by the Nissan Motor Corp in the U S ., "America -The Datsun Student Travel Guide" is a lot more than this reviewer expected Written and researched by students the guide includes articles on travel and related subjects, including helpful suggestions for successful ground transportation by car, bike, train and boat. f ull w it.h information on c a mpin g, sport s festival s in various geog r a phi c areas includin g a f ull page on F l o r i d a TllE Mi\G J\ ZINE has spo n sor a d s b ut th ey o nl y a t tem pt to sell c a r s a nd d o n ot de t ract fr om t h e over-all excell e nce o f the m agazine. If you're do i ng an y traveling a t all this summe r you s hould pic k up a copy o f this guide a nd hang onto it. "America" is one of the finest corporation-sponsored trav el brochures for students out and definitely a worthwhile project for the Alumni Association s sponsorship Copi es are available at t h e UC, the S tudent Empl oym e nt Office an d th e Univ ersi t y D eve lopm e nt Office an d a r e free T h e Alumni Assoc i atioon which di s tribut e d "Ame ri ca a p i l o t b a sis plans to d o it a gain n ex t year. If th e q u a lit y of t h e m agazine re m ains on par with th e 1 974 e dition this w ill be a real servi ce to th e Univer s ity com muni ty. Student info Special student registration continues through April 5. The JSU Presents An Encounter with Chabad HEAR a Chassid clarify and apply Belting up Oracle photo by Bill Cullerton A cycling article which ex plains two-wheel survival on America's highways is especially good for anyone considering a cross-country trip or just a ride to Tallahassee There is in-depth information on youth hostel cities which would interest riders of any age. TANYA KABBLA Debbie Pettigrew, 4EDP, wtll soon have herself a new belt thanks to some skillful handiwork in the USF Craft Shop. The shop, in the basement of the UC, is open to University persons who wish to fashion something for themselves or a friend. Part of the guide which will be especially useful to people who camp is the section entitled "The Great American Outdoors This article, to be blunt, is crammed CHASSIDIC and MYSTICAL Grievance group to discuss problems Language Literature Specialto the Oracle The special blue ribbon com mittee recently appointed by BOR Chairman Marshall Criser to study and recommend new appeal and grievance procedures for faculty members held its first hearing March 13 at USF. The committee, chaired by retired Judge John Wigginton, heard statements from a number of faculty members who expressed opinions and ideas regarding the establishment of uniform procedures Jor -hearing appeals and grievances on state university campuses :"; As soon as the committee has drafted a set of procedi.ires, the draft will be submitted to faculty groups throughout the State University System through the Faculty Senate Council. At that point the committee will solicit comments from the faculty USF expands CLEP program Fifteen new areas have been added to the list of subjects in which students may receive credit by testing througb the Level Examination Program subjects to over 30, in addition to the five general distribution areas. The tests are given on the third Saturday of each montl}, at the USF Tampa Campus A complete listing of all available examinations are. available in the Office of Testing and Advanced Placement, FAO 220. before the proposals are sub-Jesse Binford of USF. Dr. Ge orge mitted to the BOR. Bedell and Dr. William Phillips The committee is composed ot represented Chancellor Robert Judge Wigginton, Pres. Harold Mautz at the Tampa meeting Crosby of the University of West Criser has asked the committee Florida, Pres. Cecil Mackey of to try to complete its work prior March 31st 8:00 LAN 116 USF, Dr. Steve Edwards of to the adjournment of the 1974 Florida State University and Dr. legislature 111 .................... .................................................................................................................................. ................................................ Stunning, breathtaking. } -ABC-TV U A triumph. A major An I One of the best films i of the year. 1 i -WNEWTV 1 BAY AREA PREMIERE I I MARCH 29, 30 7:30 & 9:30 I I MARCH 31 7:00 & 9;00 ENA I I August1972, the Olympics $1.00Film Art Series ; I 8 directors capture what the naked eye cannot see i VISIONS OF EIGHT. Produced by Stan Margulies Executive Producer : David L : Wolper Original Music by Henry Mancom l ........................................................................ ............................................................................................................................ ..&


:--: ti ---./-. .. : .. .. .JJ .-:-. -World of water Oracle photo by Jeff Steel Most people tend to think of a pool as a place to cool oneself during a warm day. But the USF students at Argos Pool employ. the pool as a place for talking, sunbathing and wre' stling, as well as the more conventional idea of swimming. Saga gets beer license BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff machines and losirig money as a result, Fisher said. "I think Tallahassee is a dark tomb," Fisher said. "When something goes into that tomb it disappears for a long, long time and nobody knows what hapc pened to it." THEORACLE-March29, 1974 IS Regisuavon-----------. Continued from page l Harris agreed the practice was "systemwide." "What we have discovered is the tip. of the iceburg," he sai d. Harris said the burden of proof is now on the universities. "If the campuses do not prove they are not involved our committee will arbitrarily decide, based on the facts we have in front of us, the amount of money that can be appropriated to a university." ALSO, "we probably will change the fee structure for graduate students so that after 12 hours there will be a fee for each additional hour taken," Harris said Mautz said he is "taking immediate steps to make certain no student enrollment credits are during. the spring quarter that are not earned." For Your Denim Needs: *LEE *LEVI *WRANGLER SEE LOUIE'S DEPT. STORE 1902 E. 7th Ave. PhQne 248-1389 Village Prescription Center l ONLY PHARM.4CY IN TOWN WITH STUDENT, STAFF, & FACULTY DISCOUNT! ON Rx's !U938 N. 56th St. Phone 988-3896 Beer is being served in the Empty Keg for the first time since the beginning of Qtr. 2, Saga Food Service Director Ed Fisher said Wednesday. Saga has obtained its beverage license which has been delayed since December because of red tape, he said. "SO MANY things have to be done to get a beer license in Florida it's amazing," Fisher said. "Each of Saga's 16 cor porate officers had to be cleared by the FBI. Those men are scattered all over the country." At the County Seat, Levi's are tops! The application for the license, which was paid in December, was mistakenly sent to the Florida corporate officer s home address, he said. "He was on vacation and it sat in his mailbox for weeks After the man signed the ap plication and sent it back to Tallahassee, it traveled all over the country, he said. AN APPLICATION for a wholesale cigarette license was sent in along with the beverage license, Fisher said. "We still haven't gotten that one," he said. "Anyone with more than one cigarette machine has to have a wholesale license." Saga is now sub-leasing its Uravich seeking new UP captain A police captain will soon be hired and four other officers have been hired, Public Safety and Security Director Paul Uravich said Monday. "I want the new captain to really run the University Police so I can be free to do other things," he said. The applicants have been narrowed to three. Uravich said. After a final interview, one will he chosen, probably next month, he said. "I haven't been in any rush about this," Uravich said. "I want the best qualified man I can find." The University Police Policy Manual states anyone applying for a captain's position must "have a Bachelor's degree with major course work in Criminal Justice and-or personnel a d ministration and management. He should possess a minimum of five years of progressive law enforcement experience, at least one of which has been in a supervisory position." In famous Levi's Jeans jackets: So many styles, including this the Original. What could go better with Levi's Jeans? ... In Levi's Panatela for men: a .group of handsome knit shirts and sweaters to mix-or match with our Panatela sport slacks. In Levi's for Gals shirts: soft shirts like this are only part of our flattering collection. You'll be surprised. In Levi's Turtlenecks: Neat sweaters to fit practically everybody at your house. (Plus lots of other Levi's tops, come check 'em out!) For tho most Levi's lino ... Tyrone Square DeSoto Square \ (near Robinson's) Bradenton


BOOKKEEPER needed. necessary. 10 hours weekly. Work own schedule. Good pay. Call IT Ext. 2099. 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 trip> and 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. Trans. can be worked out. For interview write: James Palmer Accounting Bkkg. and Tax Ser vice, 7022 N. 40 St. Tampa Florida. PART-TIME SALESMAN Need student able to work nights and weekends. Will train right person. For lurther details call Francis Mobile Homes 886-2565. STUDENT wanted for landscape and maintenance work around private home. Part-time, hours to suit, near USF. 949-1735. PIZZA HUT Wanted waitresses part-time Mon. Wed. Fri. 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. & evenings 5 p.m. till closing. Also weekends. Wanted pizza makers part-time evenings & weekends. Please apply in person Pizza Hut, 1202 E Fowler Ave. ORGANIZED person with knack for filing paper clipping and orders to keep the Oracle news files straight. 10 hour week. $1.60. Call Val, 974-2398, 2619 for interview. [ FOR RENT ] TWO BR. DUPLEX unfurn. a-c, Kitchen equip. $150 a month. $100 deposit. Call 834 2251, 839-7503, 985-2790. FURNISHED room in private a-c home. Private entrance & bath. Parking for small car. Quiel area near USF. Upper or Graduate male stu.dent only. Phone 988-7667 alter 5 p .m. COLONIAL GARDENS Students welcome6 month lease 2 br, 1 bath, luxury apart ments. Swimming pool, laundry, and Rec room. 2002 East 131 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. S72-90 per month. 1 bloc\< from campus on 42nd St. 971-0100. 71;, MINUTES FROMUSF New 2 br, WW carpet, central heat and air, drapes, furnished! $180. Phone 988-5263 days or 988-5614 evenings& wkends. ( AUTOMOTIVE: l MUST SELL my car 1966 Ford Falcon as it is-5250. Interested please call Danny 985 2670 5:30-6:30 Mon-Fri, Sat-Sun all day. Good deal-Price is right. Again 985-2670 Dan!"Y J.S.C.A. ( MISC. FOR SALE ) Kll_N, approx. 14" 220 v, thermostat. Old but complete. $35. Bill Moyse, Lan-Lit468. A K C. Pekingese free to middle-aged professional home-9401 11th St. N T,ampa. Must spay, or alter. Only dog lovers apply to adopt. No small children. Home air conditioned-Worth s200.oo WOODY ALLEN TAKES A NOSTALGIC LOOK ATTHE FUTURE. ALSO AT9:40 HELPLINE training March 30th, 31st, and April 6th and 7th. For more information, come by AOC 201 or call 974-2555. TRAVEL TO BEAUTIFUL FIJI!! If you graduate soon, there will never be a better time lo see the world. In Fiji, the Peace Corps teaches English, library science, arts and crafts, biology, chemistry, general science and physics. Countries all over the world are asking for Peace Corps teachers and social science workers to spend two years in Africa, Asia and the islands of the Pacific and Carib bean. If you never thought about ii before, now is the time. Peace Corps offers free transportation, a living allowance, medical care, 48 days paid vacation, readjustment alklwance on completion of service. Contact Peace Corps and VISTA recruiters this week Wednesday through Friday at the ACTION table in University Center. Act now. ACTION awaits you and so does beautilul Fiji. NOMINATIONS for the Women's Center Board of Directors will be accepted this week. Anyone wishing to apply must submit a short statement of purpose to the W .omen's Center Room CTR 259. TEST anxious students interested in the possibility of improving their academic performance should contact Jeff Bedell at the Counseling Center at 974-2833 by April 3, 1974. MODERN MUSIC THEORY evening classes for hobby and career-oriented musicians. All instrumentalists and vocalists, beginning to advanced are eligible, Classes begin April 8. Call Applied Music School 239-9472. DATE MATCHING service. It's a simple, inexpensive and fun way to get acquainted. For" comple t e information, application, write New Friends, P.O. Box 22693, Tampa, Florida 33622. FELLOW USF Staff members! We have gotten a Bible study-sharing group star ted. The group meets in Andros Con ference room on Wed. from 12-12:30. Bring your Lunch! We're studying Galatians. ENJOY and experience! Grow in a group! For Mon. (7:30) TA and Thurs. (7:30) groups call Bill. Call Bob about Wed. (8:00). Faculty staff group and afternoon sexuality group. Groups begin wk ol April 1st. University Chapel Fellowship 988-1185. MORE from the Univ. Chapel Fellowship! Sunday worship 11 : 00. Visit with some great people in Plant City on Wed. 6:30 9:00--Meet here, rides provided. Sing or play with a performing music groupGodspell Tues. Night. A committed Christian concerns group will be starting Tues. p.m.-call Rick for details 98!. HAVE PROBLEMS? Call Helpline at 974-2555. If you need to talk to a womao. call the Women's Line at 974-2556. I APTS. & HOUSES TO SHARE Femle rvommate nHcled to share 2 br. apt. Your own rvom. some fumilvre. Must llke mo. plus r.. utn. I NEED a female roommate to share a 2 bedroom apt. Rent $70 mo. If interested call Rita or Sue 988-5619. URGENTLY needed for Qtr. Ill female to share apt. with 2 females. $50 mo. plus 1-3 utilities. Call Debbie 974-6262 room 348. I SERVICES OFFERED EXPERT TYPIST SPECIALIZING IN TURABIAN Term Papers, Theses, Dissertations & Reports. QUICK SERVICE -4 minutes from campus. Call Janie Odom, 988-2161. TYPING, Fast, Neal, Accurate, Exp. Turabian I BM Corrective Selectric. Carbon ribbon. Pica or Elite. All types <.>f work. Close to USF. 988-0836 Lucy Wilson. FAST accurate typing service. 48 hr. service in most instances. 2 min. from USF. Between 8:30 and 5:00 call 879-7222 ext. 238. Alter 6:00 call 988-3435. Ask for Liz. SPECIALIZED TYPIST IBM CORRECTING Selectric, carbon ribbon, pica or elite. Greek symbols. Exp. Turabian, Campbell, APA, etc. 5 min. from USF. Nina Schiro, 971-2139. If no answer, 235-3261. EXTRAORDINARY TYPIST-6 plus quality years. Dissertations-manuscriptsstatistics. I BM Selectric-carbon rib-elite. pica. References. During all week call 6-8 a.m. or 6-10 p.m.-Anytime weekends-BJ 884-3909. ( REAL ESTATE l NEAR USF, Lake Ellen by owner, 3 bdrm. 2 baths, paneled family rm. Utility rm, dble garage, dishwasher, disposal, bit. in oven, w-w carpet, c-a & h. Citrus trees, lenced yard. $41,000. 933-1944. TEMPLE TERRACE EXECUTIVE FAMILY 4 br highlight an excellent floor plan, courtyard entrance, huge paneled fam rm, plush carpet throughout and custom drapes. To see call Cynthia Williams, Assoc Tam-Bay Realty 988-4156 eve 988-9392. ( LOST & FOUND ) FOUND Women gem stone call 2960 and ask for Mel Horowitz or go to University Apt. 23 next to Fontana. l _19_7_4 _____ ....,;;;.;;15 -DONATE ON i.11. REGULAR PLASMA PROGRAM At.JD RECEIVE UP TO $45 A MONTH BRING STUDENT IC OR THIS AD AND RECEIVE A BONUS WITH YOUR F.IRST DONATION. HYLAND DONOR CENTER 238 W. Kennedy Blvd. Ta1npa, Fla. 33602 8:00 to 2:30 appointment aveilable to fit your class Monday through Friday call *ui2 Br Apts *Furn & Unf Carpet Nea1 USF Rec Room, 2 Pools, 2 Laundry Rooms, Saunas, Tennis Courts Office Hours 9am-6pm Mon-'ri des Mg;r Sat&Sun Skipper Rd. Ea. of Nebraska Ph. GAS LINE WEARY ?!!? 100 New and Used Volkswagens in stock '73 '73 Toyota Datsun 610 '73 Gremlins '72 Gremlins '73 Pinto '72 Pinto '72 Vega '71 Hornet Wagon 4 speed, Air Cond. Coupe, Automatic Air Cond. Automatic & Air Cond. Air Conditioning Air Conditioning Air Conditioning '72 Datsun Pickup 1 .. .. 0,, J ... l .. On Campus 10 to 5 Mon. thru Fri. Melinda EUROPE-ISRAEL-AFRICA BIRDSONG VOLKSWAGEN 341-1104. Travel discounts year-round. Student Air ( MUSICAL J ACOUSTIC group needs Country Drummer for Songfest and later engagements. Call Steve 971-5209. I MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS I RALEIGH Grand Prix, 25' 1>" frame, alloy sun-tour derailler, close ratio free wheel, bar en d shifters, bugger bag, lights S 155-988-7091. Schwinn Continental, 22" lrame, exc ellent condition, S80-988-7091. Travel Agency, Inc. 201 Allen Rd. Suite 410, Atlanta, Ga. 30328 (404) 254-4258. INTERESTED IN NO-FRILLS LOW COST JET TRAVEL to Europe, the Middle East, the Far East, Africa? EDUCATIONAL FLIGHTS can help you find the least ex pensive way to get there. Phone us toll free at (800) 233-5569. 11333 No. Fla. Ave. Ph: 933-2811 UNIVERSITY DODGE Let your new neighbor service your car while you're Free shuttle service to t ,he University 1n class University Dodge Just west of USF Ph. 971-0330 for appt or


16-THE ORACLE March 29, 1974 Greco slates International Week By MARCIA SHAN BERG Oracle Entertainment Writer Tampa Mayor Dick Greco will proclaim April 5-10 International Week for the Tampa Bay area. international entertainment in the UC Ballroom at 8 p.m. which will include Arabian bellydan cing, Chinese music and Iranian dancing. in the UC Ballroom. The Stillmans were associated with National Geographic Magazine. His announcement follows plans by the l.JSF World Affairs Council which will sponsor its Fifth Annual International Week beginning next Friday. An international slide show will be presented by the Ronald Y. Stillman family April B, at 8 p.m The International Fair and display of native handicrafts is scheduled Wednesday from 2-6 p.m. There will be a small charge for food samples. EVENTS preceding In-ternational Week include an African Seminar Thursday and Friday in UC 255-256. The theme will be religion and the nation building process in Africa. This weekend the Council will have a booth at Floriland Mall where they will distribute brochures. Events during International Week include a fashion show and dinner, an entertainment night, a slide show and a fair with han dicraft displays. The International Dinner and Fashion Show will be held April 5 at 7:30 p m. in the UC Ballroom. At least 15 countries will be represented in the show while the dinner menu will c011tain Mediterranean and Middle Eastern foods. The price will be $2.50 for children and students and $3.50 for adults. All profits go to the USF Foreign Students Emergency Loan Fund. APRIL 6 there will be free WHY "FATHER A FLOWER" JOIN PLANT PARENTHOOD (Instructions with each Plant) NEW SHIPMENT of INDOOR PLANTS, CACTI, GRAFTS, MESSESGEANA CANES (singles and triples). BEAUTIFUL African Violets -$1.98 Landscaping Plant Specials: Senesis -50 cents ( 1 year old plants) Ligustrum-50 cents (1 year old, Big and Bushy) BOUTIQUE PLANT ADOPTION CENTER 5312 E. 127th Ave. Temple Terrace 988-3923 does Stereo World sell only HARMON KARDON" receivers? HARMON KARDON was the first and still is the only receiver made with a separate power supply for each channel. HARMON KARDON can put more quality in their receiver because they don't change models every year--this saves the cost of and restocking new front panels and chassis, and of course all new products require tremendous promotional costs. The 330, 630, and 930 receivers have been produced since 1958. When one builds the same receiver for over 16 years you would expect it to be the best. For the last year we have offered a free HARMON KARDON to anyone who can show us a receiver that has wider response and less distortion than the 630 or 930. We have had many challengers with few ever coming close. (the off er is still open) Twenty years ago HARMON KARDON produced a receiver that was also like no other m the world. The first one. this equipment is available only at 4812 E. Busch Blvd. 983w 7059 I '" ..


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