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Universities accused of 1 cheating public BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer The House Appropriations Committee investigating charges of enrollment padding by state universities, is "learning a great deal about the clever ways the university system has of cheating the public," committee chairman Marshall Harris said yesterday Rep Harris, D-Miami, said they (the state universities) are going to figure out as many ways to cheat the state as possible." THE ISSUE arose last week when a House Appropriations Com mittee sub-committee investigated charges that graduate students at Florida State University were being encouraged to sign up for class e s the y w ould never take in an effort to boost appropriations Harris said the committ e e has since found some universit i e s r e quire stud e nts -to sign up a nd pa y for a full class load to b e abl e to te ach." That's y our problem at USF," he said tur sday 's ORACLE April 2, 1974 VoL 9 No. 5 12 pages Harrison asks Stone to review operation of USF corporation BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Managing Editor Deputy Atty. Gen. Baya Harrison said yesterda y he has requested Secretary of State Richard Stone s office to conduct an investigation into a private non-profit corporation operating out of the USF College of Education. I a sked them to run a check on it ,' Harrison said ''The whole thing s ounds pretty weird.'' THE CORPORATION, the S o uth Florida Education a l Pla nning C ouncil i s a l so under investigation by Auditor Gen Erne st Ellis o n who is r e viewing their records. Corpo r ate members are repre sent atives from 12 local school boards and the USF Colleg e o f Educ a t ion. The audit ing ha s que s t ione d w heth e r s t a te money should b e sp e nt in thi s mann e r although USF fac ult y m e mber and corporati o n exec utiv e dir ec tor Dr William Dann e nbu r g has s aid the group s erv es a publi c s e r vice and thereby justifies its use of state money. Alth o ugh groups whi ch perform a public s ervice function m a y u se state funds Harrison has indic a t e d h e wants more inform atio n b e for e d ecidi n g whe ther the USF corpor a tion i s legally entitled to the funds it i s r ece iving. THE CORPORATION gets $3,200 from USF Education D e an Roger Wilk has s aid and records s h o w the group has approximat ely anoth e r $12,000 in a USF a c count which Wilk s aid w a s acquired from "dues" p aid b y loc al s chool boa rds. These "dues" co m e fro m mon ey a ppropri a t e d to th e sc h ool b oa rd s by state and loc al gov e rnm e nt s, Hillsborough Count y Schoo l Supc rint en dan t Ra y m ond S h e lton sa i d la s t week. DR. JOHN Briggs, USF director of Graduate Studies, said "University regulations require graduate students that have graduate assistanceshipS be signed up as a fulltime student (nine hours ) "I think that is reasonable," Briggs said. "It is a way of encouraging students to make progress in their program. Otherwise, teaching assistants might take only one or two hours and be here a very long tine," he said." Harris said he also had information some universities say graduate students are required to be in a holding pattern signing up for a minimum number of hours to keep their graduate student status, but not making any progress toward their degree "THEY DON'T do anything and the faculty doesn t intend they do anyth i ng," he said It is done solely to inflate enrollment figures he said. Harris said he had no specific evidence this is happening at USF but said such activities are "system wide." Briggs said no padding of figures has taken place at USF. "As far as I know, credits students take are credits in which they actually do the work, Briggs said. "No one is signed up for credits and not doing anything for them." FRIDAY, USF Pres. Cecil Mackey directed each college dean to "undertake an examination for the Qtr 3 registration record of each graduate. student e nrolled in his college a nd revie w overload registrations at the graduate level. to determine whether or not there have been any abuses." Mackey also directed the Office of Academic Planning to review enrollment data to see if there have been any irregularities. Mackey sent a list of such actions to State University System Chancellor Robert Mautz saying, "We have identified only one communication which might be interpreted as raising a question concerning the appropriateness of departmen t al procedures in registering graduate students. The matter is under investigation," Mackey said Continued on pa g e 10 Nimble Fingers Cecil Mackey ... orders probe John Briggs ... no padding here Oracle photo by Bill Cullerton Flip Shoemaker, Rich Macar and Lex Macar practice for a USF jazz concert scheduled May 12 Concerts take a lot of talent, plenty of practice and all that jazz. V 0 I 0 d I I I M I Frats may exclude I Column appears Ono cancels out I Fraternities ma y continue to regulate their mcmF Toda y the Oraclt> lwgins publication of a regular I Yoko Ono will not speak at USF as previously anb e rship s on the basis of sex, D e puty Atty. Gen. Bay a W c olumn which will featur e l c gislal.ivc actions of parnounced. She said she's overworked and SEAC Harrison said yesterday. He s aid Atty. Gen. Robert W licular intere s t to tho s e c111H erncd about. higher Program Director Rick Alter said Ono won't appear on '? Shevin's opinion last week regarding sex I< education in Florida. Written b y a USF student, the campus before next fall. Joni Mitchell, another would1.1 discrimination will not apply to these groups. See story column is published today on pa g e '1. be performer, has turned down the USF gym as a :;;.; page 3. concert hall See the story on page 6. I I ::::Y, :.;;:-:; ::;;:;:: ::;:=;; jjl


2-THE ORACLE April 2, 1974 Nixon's brother testifies 1n trial NEW YORK -Pres. Nixon s brother Donald Nixon Sr. will testify in the Mitchell-Stans trial this week -the first time a member of the Nixon family has appeared under oath in con nection with any of the allegations against Nixon ad ministration officials Compiled from the news \Vires of United Press International was one of eight guardsmen who were told to take the Fifth Amendment b e fore the federal grand jury probing th e May 1970 ,s layings of four d emonstrators on the K ent State University. pM I ST ART A NEW GOOD HABIT THIS QUARTER-I Donald Nixon was called as a prosecution witness and will appear before the government rests its conspiracy case against former cabinet members John N. )\1itchell and Maurice H. Stans this week. Gurney okays house MIAMI A former fund -raiser for U S Sen Edward Gurney Larry Williams has told federal investigators for the FBI and IRS Gurney said fine when told he would be given a free oceanfront coi1th:mlinium apartment in r eturn for influence with the Federal Housing Administration, the Miami Herald reported. Guardsmen plea 5th ELYRIA Ohio Ohio National Guardsman Mathew McManus I GET ALL YOUR DRUGS AT THE I I VILLAGE PRESCRIPTION CENTER I I 109388 N. 56 st. I 988-3896 I ---------------------CAMPUS CYCLERY CLINIC-BRING YOUR BIKE TO US. County ends rationing BICYCLE SALES AND REPAIRS 5224 FOWLER 988-9316 TAMPA The gasoline crisis has eased to the point where it is no longer necessary to have controls on the sale to motorists the Hillsborough County Com mission ruled yesterday. The. Commission voted unanimously to repeal the or dinance it passed Feb. 20 limiting sales to motorists on the so-called Oregon plan using odd and eve n license plate numbers as the basis for when purchases could be made. The commission said the gasoline crunch had eased to the point where there was ample gasoline and said th e allocation for April appeared favorable. TECO hike studied TALLAHASSEE The Public Service Commission ( PSC l postponed a decision on a proposed $11.2-million Tampa Electric Co. (T ECOJ rate hike in order to further study a report about the company's surplus electricity. ERA lobbies talk TALLAHASSEE The director of the ERA-74 lobb y, Edna Tait, filed financial reports yesterday indicating con tributions of $12,493.23 and ex pei1ditur es of $9,814.9:3 lobbying to make Florida the 3fith stale to ratify th e Equal Hights Amend ment. Tait said absolutely no state money appropri a t ed to the governor s commission on t he Status of Wome n ha s been used in her ERA-74 effort. THE PINEAPPLE 'R4VE DDIJE '' AT u.s.F. 971-3900 2501 E. Fowler Ask for our special group rates The Oracle is the official student-edited newspaper of the University of South Florida and is published tour times weekly, Tuesday through Friday, during the academic year period September through mid-June; twice during the academic year period mid-June through August, by the University of South Florida, 4 _202 Fowler Ave., Tampa, Fla. 33620. Opinions expressed in The Oracle are those of the editors or of the writer and not those of the University of South Florida. Address correspondence to The Oracle, LAN 472, Tampa, Fla., 33620. Second class postage paid at Tampa, Fla. The Oracle reserves the right to regulate the typographical tone of all advertisements and revise or turn away copy it considers objectionable. Programs, activities and facilities of the University of South Florida are available to all on a non-discriminatory basis, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age or national origin. The University is an affirmative action Equal Opportunity Employer However leaders of the StopERA" lobby predicted the ERA will die in the Senate this year and not be revived by the House, which killed it last year. 112 Mile East From USF entrance UIU BILLY JOEL SANTANA CHICAGO TAJ MAHAL BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN EDGAR WINTER MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA LOGGINS & MESSINA STAPLE SINGERS LOUDON WAINWRIGHT m DR. HOOK & THE MEDICINE SHOW AND MANY OTHERS SPONSORED BY BUDGET RECORDS AND TAPES AND HARMONY MUSIC UlflU ll\ntml LAN 103 7 :00 & 9:00 p.m. FREE Columbia and Tapes


THE ORACLE -April 2, 1974 3 Frats may have limitation based on sex: Harrison Oracle photo by Jeff Steel BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer Fraternities will not be required to admit members of the opposite sex although a recent attorney general's opinion said student groups may not discriminate on the basis of sex, Deputy Atty. Gen. Baya Harrison said yesterday. Several USF groups expressed relief that they will be able to continue to restrict their memberships SIGMA Alpha Epsilon

4-THE ORACLE April 2, 1!174 Running preserves mind, body Bike horns, VD bills filed BY JOH N THOMPSON Writer Yang Koh was a graduate student in the School of Soc ial Work at Flo r ida University. Since part of the degree l'equirements were field work, Yang opted to conduct a study on ve nereal disease for the House Com m ittee on Health and Rehabilitative Services. Brought up in Korean missionary schools, Yang was proper So proper in fact that he could hardly bring himself to say "venereal disease." Instead, h e called it "Vital Doctors.' : But Yang worked con?cientiously and in the fall of 1971 presenteq to the committee a 37 page report-mostly graphs and charts-which demonstrated Florida was quickly becoming a leader in VD, with an overwhelmingly high affliction rate in the 15-24 year age group He placed the blame squarely on the state Division of' Health -for neglecting the problem The Division quickly set out to discredit Yang's work, frequently, says a former HRS Committee staff through intimidation The Division s leadership did not want to admit there was a serious problem he said, one which could afflict respectlegislature able people Yang was an easy target, with somewha t of a language problem and a low-key style. The ex-staff member was incensed by the Division's treatment of Yang their _"neckish attitude, and considers their refusal to own up to the evidence in Yang's \vork as the prime reason Florida is now one of the leading (if not thel VD states College students, of course, are given a lot of the blame for VD's surge to epidemic proportions in the U S chiefly for pioneering the sexual revolution. Predictably, the VD rate is relatively high in college communities. Representative Elaine Gordon I really don't the problem. Maybe they are just so up wardly mobile and elite their intellect is stifling their emotions. They speak of "culturally offensive music" when good gut feeling is all that was needed I feel sorry for them Joe Vito Secretary of Resident Affairs Student Government


DOONESBURY SO tt/HO .4Rfr THli NtJM!NE5, GUN? { TH& ffNVElOPC, PlEASG.,, '!){8 MNN&l in the top 10 per cent of their high school class who did not attend college, 90 per cent were female. "The whole key to countering sexism is through the major socializing process in society the schools," Kimmel said "The course will focus on affirmative action and means to rectify the situation The course will be taught on both graduate and un dergraduate levels as EDC 681 and EDC 480 and will also be taught during Qtr. 4 and Qtr. 1 next year. *cross-Lode* i Bookshop 3500 Titles 932. -4030 Clou;" ttt c:; +<(E-C y.':J INTS EAD COMIX Childrens Books 2704 E. Busch Blvd : -.---ct:;;____.. COME AND SEE THE PHOTO : : So.:tnern AND AV EXPERTS AT : : Photo SOlJTHEHN i1IIOTO & NEWS : : New!> COMPLETE LINE OF : 1515 Manon 22:J-A23Y Film Library PHOTOGRAPHIC & AV : Photo & AV EQUIPMEN'f PLl S : e Sales & Service I : Audio-visual and Film Rental : : Service Ample Free Parkiwr : : Special Student Discount with this ad : ................................................ THE ORACLE-April 2, 1974 St. Petersburg expansion still uncertain for USF 5 BY RUSSELL MANLEY Oracle Staff Writer The status of USF expansion in Pinellas County is still undecided with the State Legislature slated to begin its session today, a State University System (SUS) official said yesterday. were asked to submit a proposal on what we have to offer. We expect to have it in around May 4." because he'd .like to be com pletely in charge of any bra. nch campus," he said. "Nobody knows anything about what kinds of arrangements can be worked out yet," said Dr. Allan Tucker, SUS vice cban cellor for Academic Affairs "We don't have any definite ideas yet," he said. We're just ex ploring all the possibilities.'\ AMONG THE suggested ex pansion methods were USF Pres. Cecil Mackey's proposal for expansion of the Bay Campus and construction of a new campus in North Pinellas near Clearwater and an offer by Eckerd College of St. Petersburg to share its campus with the SUS. "Nobody knows what kinds of arrangements can be worked out --. yet," Tucker said. However, Tucker pointed ouf Cornell University in New a private institution, has a school of agriculture that .is part of the New York SUS. The Eckerd offer is a similar sharing plan which could eliminate the need for the SUS to construct new facilities. ECKERD Pres. Dr. Billy Wireman last night said, "We Wireman said SUS Chancellor Robert Mautz will visit Eckerd "within a week or so" to evaluate the offer. Tucker said Mackey's reported opposition to the -Eckerd plan is understandable. "I think any University president would be (opposed) FUNDS for building at a new campus must be allocated by the legislature, which means the SUS may have a problem getting in its request in time for con sideration at this session "Maybe they'll have to post pone it for a year. if they can't meet the deadline," Tucker said. "We never know until the last minute." The body is you and everybody you know. Thurs. April 4, 7:30 & 9:30 p.m. NAT COHEN presents en ANGLO-EMI film TH BODY Produced by TONY GARNETT Direceed by FIOY BATTERSBY@..::: __ ::, __ G A KESTREL film distributed by METRO-GOLOVVYN-MAVER Technicolor MGM LAN 103 $1.00 Film Art Series of the of films made since the inception of the art, only a handful are universally recognized as masterpieces. Films such as Citizen Kane, Grand Illusion, Rashomon, and The Seventh Seal have become classics in the art of cinema. Janus Films is privileged to have made these and others available to the American public Now, Janus is proud to present a new addition to this list of immortal classics, a major work of art from one of the world's master filmmakers. ( Tl1e sound of the trolley' ) Bay Area ?remiere Wed. April 3, 7:30 & 9:50 p.m. LAN 103, $1.00 Film Art SERIES


6-THEORACLE April 2, 1974 Photo furnished 1Family' music exciting BY .JEFF STRANGE Oracle Entertainment Writer Forty free albums will be given away tonight prior to the showing of a promotional film by Columbia Artists, Robert Smith, SEAC Information, said. The free movie, "Family of Music," will be shown at 7 and 9 p .m. in LAN 103. Numbered tickets will be given to the audience a nd drawings for th e 40 albums will be held precedi ng each show. "FAMILY OF MUSIC" is an exciting film with plenty of background information provided The film, shot i n a number of locations, is more revealing and entertaining than it is promotional. Released this year for distribution to promotional agencies, the film was brought to USF by Penn Parrish, in con junction with Tampa's Budget Randolf sets 1 Jungle' tryouts Tapes and Records, and Har mony Music The film runs an hour-and-a half and offers an assortment of music which would please almost anyone. Arlists in the film include Mark Almond, Eric An derson, Argent, Johnny Cash Chicago, Chi Coltrane. Miles Davis, Earth, Wind and Fire, Dr. Hook and the Medicin e Show, Billy Joel, Taj Mahal, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Liz a Minelli, Buddy Miles, Roger Miller, Loggins & Messina, Billy Paul, Santana, Bruce Springsteen, Sly a nd lhe Family Stone, Paul Simon and Edgart Winter SOME OF the more interesting scenes include a Frankenstein movi e with Edgar Winter playing his hit single "Frankenstein" for the sound track. Ian Page plays piano in a beautiful green pasture where civilization is momentarily forgott en. Argent plays 1 hilc pickpockets perform their irade in a very professionai manner. Paul Simon performs live with the Jessie Dixon Sing ers. Yg. Demos -Argos & Andros Pro. Coun. sponsored Art Print Sale Prints By: Van Gogh Renoir Wyeth Dali Rembrandt Gaughin Monet Recording personality Yoko Ono ... won't appear at USF this quarter Try<\.uls for lhe C hamber TheatrE! production of Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book are schedul ed for toda y from 7--10 p.m. in LAN 478. Picasso Toulouse-Lautrec Utrillo plus many other, Admission will be free. new prints, including 4 by Aescher. Ono cans show Yoko Ono Japanese recording arlist and wife of former Beatie John Lennon has told SEAC representatives she will not speak on campus April 9 as previously scheduled. "She originally accepted our offer," Rick Alter, assistant program director, said yesterday. "Her agency put her out

Abdelwahab Hechiche ... gets honored Given at conference THE ORACLE -April 2, 1974 7 Profs awarded Texas citizenship Dr. Abdelwahab Hechiche, assistant professor of International Studies, aRd Dr. Jamil Jreisat, associate professor of Political Science, were made honorary citizens of Plainview, Texas, after attending a two-day conference and workshop there The International Relations Conference, held last week, was sponsored by the statesmen's club of Wayland Baptist College, Hechiche said. Hechiche said he discussed "NATO and the Future of Detente" with representatives of the community and the school. He said he found it interesting such a "small community showed so much interest in world affairs and seemed to be in formed about U.S. interests in major crises." Hechiche said "people seemed more open-minded and students asked more questions" about U.S. -Middle Eastern relations than U.S.-European relations. He speculated that part"of this interest in the Middle East might be because of the recent crisis there and the "Viet Nam trauma." [ __ 08_ 4c_LE_8_u_l_I et in Board UNIVERSITY BICYCLE CENTER SALES and REPAIRS RIUE/t:;H TODAY University Chapel Fellowship Godspell singers are needed, especially males. Meet at University Chapel at 7 p.rn. Spiritual Concerns Group meets at 8:30 p.rn. at the University Chapel. SAO Student Accounting Organization will meet at 2 p.m. in BUS 107 to hear speakers Bill Odom and David Cobb discuss the in ternship program. E veryone is welcome to attend. Women's Center Election of the new board of directors will beheld at 7:30 p.m. in UC 251 All University worJen are invited. \ WEDNESDAY Aereopagus Outstanding papers by students in Qtr. 2 religion classes will be read in LAN 245 at 2 -p.m. Anyone interested is invited to attend. usF Windjammers Election of officers and plans for a trip to Dunedin wili be made at 6 p.m. in UC 203. Anyone interested in sailing is invited to attend. Dues are 57.50. USF Flying Club A general meeting with an aviation week film will be held in UC 251 at 7 :30 p.m. Members and interested persons are welcome. University Chapel Fellowship A visit with St. Luke Methodist Church in Plant City for Bible study will be held. Rides are provided and will leave from the Fellowship at 6:30 p .m. If interested call 988 1185. AAUP Arr .-rican Association of University Professors will meet in LAN 118 at 1 p.m. to discuss collective bargaining plans. Dr. Sotirios Barber will present a proposal for tentative merger of AAU P and two other faculty grnups. Them is Themis will hold a regularly scheduled meeting at 2 p.m. iii UC 202. A.I! members a .re asked to .attend. THURSDAY ORG Christian Science OrganizJtion has i ts weekJy at 7 p. rn. in UC 200 011 Thursdays Everyone i s invited to attend. University Chapel Fellowship A personal growth groups will meet at th e Fellows h i p at 7:30 p.m. New m embers and anyone interested are inviled to attend USF Flying Club A private pilot ground school will meet in SOC 286 at 6 p .m. Ground school will run 6 8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the quarter. Registration is SlO. Scuba Club Scuba Club will meet this and every Thursday at 8 :30 p.m. in UC 215. Slide s from a recent trip to the Keys will be shown and discussed All interested persons are welcome. Dues are S2. FRIDAY MSIA Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness will meet at B p.m. in UC 252. The Rev. Adam Sun win speak on "Moing into Higher Conscious" and conduct experiences into same. Open to all interesred persons. SUNDAY University Chapel Fellowship A v isit to Temple Terrace Methodist Church will leave from the chapel at 10:30 a.m. Rides will be provided. USF Flying Club A fly-in with airplane rides, food, contests and demonstrations will be held at Plant City Municipal. Airport at 11 a.m. l220 E. Fletcher Ave. MONDAY MSIA Franchised Dealer 01'"" H:OO am h:OO pm !'llP\E '111-2277 MSIA will hold an introductory s eminar at 8 p.m. in UC 158. Engineers: Find out about the Nuclear Navy. Think you have the ability to master nu clear engineering? The Navy's Nuclear Propulsion Program has openings for about 200 outstanding college graduates. Want details? Talk to a Navy Nuclear Propulsion Officer. Be someone special in the new N For more information: See the officer information team on campus, AOC 108, April 8th thru 12th, 9:00 to 5:00. (April 19th by appointment only) or call Temple Terrace, 985-1010 anytime. TAMPA'S No.I NITE CLUB presents Student Night Tonite and Every Tuesday ALL DRINl\S, ALL BRANDS BOOGIE! to the hottest rock groups Every Tuesday Night Ill the s outh LIVE Come On Down And Party With Us 9pm 10 3 am 20 I E. -Arctic


8-THE ORACLE sports April 2, 1974 Netters top NMSU, 6-3 Strong performances in the singles by Oscar Olea and Kevin Hedburg lifted USF s tennis team over Northwest Missouri State University 6-3 yesterday. Olea and Hedburg defeated Dave Imonitie and Norman Riek by identical 6-2, 6-2 scores as the Brahmans took the singles 5-1 but dropped two of three in the doubles. USF meets Florida Tech at 2 p m Wednesday at Andros. They ( Tech ) beat us 7-2 last season. That' s what gave us a losing rec ord 12-13," Brahman c;oac h Spaff Taylor said. "We're looking for revenge." Hamilton likes facilities, says 'area conscious' BY RINDY WEATHERLY Oracle Sports Writer Steve Hamilton, a former New York Yankee pitcher and one of the top candidates for head baseball coach at USF, was on campus yesterday for an in terview with Athletic Director Richard Bowers. The facilities here have impressed me tremendously,'' Hamilton commented after talking with Bowers. "And they have a good baseball team already. The ex-hurler said he was contacted by a friend who heard of the opening at USF and suggested he call. I wasn't really interested at first," Hamilton said, adding he became enthusiastic when he learned about the program here. "This whole area is baseball conscious. We can expand the program, even develop a national contender Hamilton said. The ex-major leaguer met with members of the USF baseball team as he was shown around campus by Bowers. After coaching the Johnson City Tenn., farm team, a Yankee affiliate in the Appalachian League last year, Hamilton l ef t baseball for a business career. Hamilton then coached a t Moorehead State University, a school of about 6 ,500 in Kentucky. I like the academic world though J"ve been out of it for aw hile." he said. sports shorts Doug Duncan who has a black belt in karate. will teach a six week noncredit course in self defense for women beginning April 9. Interested persons may sig n up in the SG office. USF loses, hits the road BY PAM JONES Oracle Sports Writer USF's Golden Brahman baseball team fell to Widener College 6-5 Saturday, in their last home contest before going on the road to face Stetson and Florida Southern College this week Saturday's game was the first in five days for the Brahmans after a mix-up in scheduling caused the cancellation of a twogame series with Fairfield last week "Mentally, the rest didn't hurt us said USF .. Assistant Coach Jeff Davis "If the lay-off hurt us at all, it hurt our pitching." "THERE isn't any one reason why we lost," Davis commented. H II E Widener 102 000 0:10-6 11 2 USF 100 020 0 20-5 7 l WP-Perko. LP-Misch. HR-Wright -c\se 4119 GUNN HIGHW A y I I et\ Dibbs Plaza I I Ph. 932-4765 I --------------------Saga Announces First Price Reduction Effective Mon. April 1 Spring into a quarterly meal plan You get: You pay only: 20 meals Mon-Sun 12 meals Mon-Sun (any you wish) 15 meals Mon-Fri. 10 meals Mon-Fri. (any you wish) 181.96 177.28 170.45 161.18 Otr I IT meal hours Weekdays Breakfast Lunch Dinner Fri. dinner Sat. Breakfast Lunch Dinner Andros 7:00-9:30 11 :15-2:15 4:30-6:00 4:30-6:30 9:00-10:00 12:00-1:30 4:30-6:30 Argos 7:00-9:30 11 :15-1 :30 4:15-6:30 CLOSED CLOSED Ideal for commuters and non-residents Plans may be purchased in RAN 110 Any questions? Sun. Breakfast 974-2587 Lunch 9:00-11:00 12:30-2:30 CLOSED IS RUNNING THE TEAM YOUR THING? CAN YOU USE $2,000 DURING YOUR LAST TWO YEARS OF COLLEGE? GO ARMY R.O.T.C. AVAILABLE TO: -MALE AND FEMALE -l ,2,3, & 4 YEAR SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE -FREE FLIGHT TRAINING, RANGER AND AIRBORNE TRAINJ.NG ARE AVAILABLE ENROLL NOW PROGRAM AVAILABLE AT: UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA HILLSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE USF STUDENTS CAN ENROLL AS SPECIAL STUDENTS CONTACT: ROTC UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA 253-3726


Oracle photo by Bill Cullerlon En garde Broward Community College's Randy Spencer and USF's Dan Daly square off in "The First and Last Annual Broccoli Fencing Tournament." The event was held Saturday in the USF gym. JC star Aplin signs Doug Aplin, recently named Georgia Junior College Player of the Year, has signed a grant-in aid with the USF Golden Brah man basketball team. According to USF Assistant Coach Phil Collins, the Cham berlain High School grad is "a really mature individual, and fortunately for us, he could realize the advantages of playing at a school in his hometown." "I've talked with Doug a great deal on many occasions while he was a ttending Middle Georgia, commented Collins. "He in dicated to me h e planned to make Tampa his hom e after college. "Doug's decision was based on the o pportunity to be at home and pla y in his hom e town the assistant coach said. There may be opportunities afforded him after his college career which make playing in his hometown a good choice." Women fall to Flagler Defending state champion Flagler College built up a 17-1 th i rd inning l ea d and withstood a late surge to beat the USF Brah misses 20-12 and capture first place in Saturday' s Flagler In vitational Tournament. "Statistically, we were very even. Both teams had 19 hits, but they only walked one and we walked 11, and therein told the tale," U.SF Coach Jane Cheatham said The Brahmisses clinched second in the four-team tourney by beating Florida State 8-4 and Florida 21-15. Tomorrow USF visits St. Petersburg Junior College for a 5:30 p.m contest. ... ,,.;. ""'. ... ... .. .. ::.), :. l '. : .. SELECT WINES, CHEESES DELJ.MEATS. PAitTY TRAYS Sandwiches To Go BUSCH BLVD. BUI LARD PARKWAY N ;;;; +-, O -t"" Bv! lard Parkway & Wedge "" Near Corner Of Ph.985-248.5-/0pen Sunday 11 S6th & Busch Blvd. The most fun you can have with your clothes on .... WESTERN DENIM JEANS & SHIRTS LEVI'S LANDLUBBER 9


April flower Oracle photo by Jeff Steel With the many trees and shrubs located in the USF area, students have an excellent chance to see nature's beauty. But the USF campus has its own natural beauty. Probe----Continued from page I THE "COMMUNICATION" was a memo from Dr_ Douglas Raber of Chemistry which en couraged graduate students to sign up for 15 hours and added "tuition does not increase if you register for up to 18 hours." Raber said the memo was only "to advise students to take courses appropriate for the amount of work they will do." Raber said he did not know of students signing up for courses they do not take. Harris said he hadn't decided what course of action to take in the matter. The problem is "we don't have a viable solution to the problem," he said "THE SUBCOMMITTEE is trying to figure how in hell to get a handle on it," Harris said. But, he said, "there is an in stinctive reaction in the legislature to assure it won't happen again." FLIGHT SHOP J.a EVERYTHING FOR THE "'I' AVIATION ENTHUSIAST Log Books Flight Coses Portable Radios Cessna Piper Beechcroft Owner Monuols Headsets Test Books Computers Plotters WAC & Sectional Charts includiri Corribeon Head sets on9 Mikes Sunglasses Most Complete Line of Plastic. Scale Models Cups & Glassware Ashtrays Instrument Charts Flight Training Courses Aircraft Pictures Aviation Books & Magazines A & P Mechanic School Aviation Jewelry ELT's Tech Publications FLY IN OR DRIVE IN St. Petersburg-Clearwater Airport St. Petersburg, Florida 33732 813-531-3545 FLIG> DEL TA AIRCRAFT CORPORATION The Montezuma Horny Bull :'M l oz. Montezuma Tequila. m t 5 oz. CONCENTRATED ORANGE on ezuma BREAKFAST DRINK.Over ice. .,.., It's sensational, and that's no bull. TE(LU I I ...i."'\. t. 1974. 80 Proof. iequilo. Borton Distillers lrnport (..J. Ne\\. y..._)r N1...'\" T..,,, l.. The s l'arch for a new per manent head of lhP Modern Languages Department has begun in earnest, Search Com mittee chairman Mark Orr said yesterday. lal'l'rl ''whpre the U n iversity ha s found in Uw pa s t it is likely lo get results." Orr said he could not estimate the date whe11 the committee will be r eady lo make a recom mendation. "There is no pattern to the time it takes," he said. Orr said the committee is "getting organized" but has held only one meeting so far. Former chairman Cleon Capsas was fired from his position last quarter. The committee is in th e process of developing criteria by which the chairman will be picked, Orr said. Advertisements publicizing the vacancy nationwide are a lso being drafted, he said. Orr said the ads would be DRUGS We will save you money on prescript;om,! THE DRUG SHOP "The small super drug store" l 0905 Nebraska Phone 971-84-01 Our Officer Selection Officers are looking for a few good college fnen maybe 3 out of 100-wh.o 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, The .Mannes CP 1 74 Please send me information on Box 38901 Marine Corps Platoon Leaders Los Angeles. California 90038 Class. (Please Print) I I City School Phone __________ State ________ Z ip ____ of __ Social Security=---------I If you are a senior. check h ere for information on Officer Candidates Class:_:::. I I I


(!: 4 S It A It S ) EARLY BIRD SPECIAi; ( HELP WANTED ) I PERSONAL a l .. c ... _A_u_T_o_M_o __ T1_v .. E_)_ $1.95 COMPLETE DINNER FROM SOUP TO NUTS BOOKKEEPER needed. Experience necessary. 10 hours weekly. Work own schedule Good pay. Call IT Ext. 2099. HAVE PROBLEMS? Call HELPLINE MUST SELL my car 1966 Ford Falcon as it 974-2555. II you need to talk to a woman, is-$250. Interested please call Danny 985-call the WOMEN' S LINE at 974-2556. 2670 5:30-6:30 Mon-Fri, Sat-Sun all day. PART-TIME, no experience necessary. Days and hours flexible. Trans. can be worked out. For interview write: James Palmer Accounting Bkkg. and Tax Ser v i ce, 7022 N. 40 St. Tampa Florida. POSITION Available. Partially paralyzed male student living In own home adjacent to campus with one other student In residence needs an able-bodied male or female to help present attendant. Private room, board, and s _mall salary provided. Must have references, be dependable. Call 988-4985 for further Information. 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 weeke' nds Wanted pizza makers part-time evenings & weekends. Please apply in person Pizza Hut, 1202 E Fowler Ave. A CAMPUS only as good as its student support. The Oracle is accepting applications for reporters, photographers and section editors. Apply in Lan. 472 or call 974-2619, 2398. SUMMER POSITIONS AT BOYS' CAMP Counselors-June 22nd to August 21st. Fine staff fellowship. Men from all parts of the country and Europe. Openings include swimming (W.S.I.), sailing, canoeing, archery, baseball and basketball coaches tennis ( 15 courts), general with younger campers, head nature counselor (zoological program), radi o and elec tronics, r illery (NRA certificate.) Located in Southern Maine. Fine salaries, travel allowance. Check with your Placement Office for materials on Takajo or Write to: Morton J. Goldmqn, 3 Puritan Court, Princeton, New Jersey 08540. FOR RENT TWO BR. DUPLEX unfurn. a-c, Kitchen equip. S150 a month. STOO deposit. Call 834-2251, 839-7503, 985-2790. LA MANCHA DOS, Tampa's only student apt. complex. $72-90 per month. 1 from campus on 42nd St. 971-0100. 7112 MINUTES FROMUSF New 2 br, w-w carpet, central heat and air, drapes, furnished! $180. Phone 988-5263 days or 988-5614 evenings& wkends. FURNISHED room in private a-c home. Private entrance & bath. Parking for small car. Quiet area near USF. Upper or Graduate male student only. Phone 988-7667 atter 5 p.m. COLONIAL GARDENS Students welcom6 month lease 2 br, 1 bath, luxury apart ments. Swimming pool, laundry, and Rec room. 2002 East 131 Ave. 971_-4977. ( MISC. FoR SALE J PINBALL machines for sale. 12 to choose from. All reconditioned and fully guaranteed. 5100-5200 Call 971-2899 between 4 and 6 p .m. A.K.C. Pekingese free to middle-aged professional home-9401 11th St. N Tampa. Must spay, or alter. Only dog lovers apply to adopt. No small children. Home air conditioned-Worth 5200.00 WE HAVE denims in regular and bells and cords in bells. Also boots, shirts, & western hats. Only 10 min. from campus. Straight leg Levi cords In 3 colors have just come in. Bermax Western Wear 8702 Nebraska Ave. FOR SALE 1972 Trimoran sailboat 18' complete with trailer and motor asking S1500 call 988-1009. ( MOBILE HOMES ) WOODED LOT for mobile home, 5 min. from USF, S50 monthly, includes waler, sewer. Quiet beautiful, boat ramp, fishing. Call Bob 988-4085. TRAVEL TO BEAUTIFUL FIJI!! II you graduate soon, there will never be a better time to see the world. In Fiji, the Peace Corps teaches English, library science, arts and crafts, biology,. chemistry, general sc i ence and physics. Countries all over the world are asking tor' Peace Corps teachers and social science workers to spend two years in Africa, Asi a and the islands of the Pacific and Carib bean. If you never thought about it before, now is the time. Peace Corps offers free transportation, a living allowance, medical care, 48 days paid vacation; readjustment allowance 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 beautiful Fiji. DATE MATCHING service. It' s a simple, inexpensive and fun way to get acquainted. For' complete information, ap plication, write .New Friends, P.O. Box 22693, Tampa, Florida 33622. 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. Alt instrumentalists and voCalists, beginning to advanced are eligible Classes begin April 8. Call Applied Musi c School 239-9472. 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 g roup! For Mon. (7:3C ) TA and Thurs. (7:30) groups call Bill. Call Bob about Wed. (8:00). Faculty staff group and afternoon s exuality group. Groups begin wk of April lst. University Chapel Fellowship 988-1185. MORE from the Univ. Chap e l Fellowship! Sunday worship 11 :00. Visit with some great people in Plant City on Wed. 6:30-. 9 :0()-Meet here, rides provided. Sing or play with a performing music group Godspell Tues. Night. A committed Christian concerns group will be starting Tues. p.m.-call Rick for details 98e-1185. THE Psychological Clinic, Dept. of Psychology, will offer group counseling for personal problems to faculty, stall, and part-lime students during Qtr. Ill. Groups will begin early in April and will be conducted by doctoral students in psychology under supervision of a faculty member. Anyone interested may call Mrs. Diane Ludington, 974-2795 or Dr. Donald Stein, 974-2885 through Apr. 4. ATTENTION! All Women! Elections will be held tonite for: The new board of directors of your Women's Center. Your opinions are important! Let your voice be heard! [ MUSICAL ) ACOUSTIC group needs Country Drummer for Songfest and later engagements. Call Steve 971-5209. I MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS I RALEIGH Grand Prix, 251/2" frame, alloy sun-tour derailler, close ratio free-wheel, bar end shifters, bugger bag, lights 5155-988-7091. Schwinn Continental, 22" frame, excellent condition, Slo-918-7091. ( RIDES l RIDE NEEDED to Plant City on Fridays call 752-6547. Will pay. NEED RIDE-vicinity 5PJC to USF Tampa. On Campus 1 o to 5 Mon. thru Fri. Melinda 341-1104. APTS. & HOUSES TO SHARE MALE roommate needed d esperately! Nice 2 bdr. furnished trailer, S80 a mo., everything included except your food. Call Scott or Prue after 2 p.m. at 971-8592 PIPE AND POUCH Ph. 933-2176 9326 Floriland Mall Good deal-Price is right. Again 985-2670 Danny J .S.C.A. '73 CAPRI, V-6, AM,FM radio, 8 track stereo, 4 speed, decor interior, copper metallic color, tan interior, 11,000 mi. 25 mpg, perfect cond. $2995. Call Steve 932-2175. 1966 CHEVROLET Van. Auto. Trans. Tape player, carpeting & extras. New engine. Excellent condition. $850. S ee Dave in room 307 Fontana Hall Fletcher Avenue. 5PM-7PM ONLY DIFFERENT ENTREE DAILY AT THE INTERCHANGE I SERVICES OFFERED I TYPING, Fast, Neat, Accurate, Exp. Turabian I BM Corrective Selectri c Carbon ribbon. Pica or Elite. All types of work. Close to USF. 988-0836 Lucy Wilson. RED CARPET INN 0 FAST accurate typing service. 48 hr. service in most instances. 2 min. from USF. Between 8:30 and 5:00 call 879-7222 ext. 238. After 6:00 call 988-3435. Ask for Liz. SPECIALIZ.ED TYPIST I BM CORRECTING Selectric, carbon ribbon, pica or elite. Greek symbols. Exp. Turabian, Ca 'mpbell, APA, etC 5 min. f rom USF. Nina Schiro, 971-2139. If no answer, 235-3261. 109 E. FOWLER A VE" (JUST WEST OF I-75) 933-6531 . .... EXTRAORDINARY TYPIST-6 plus quality yea rs. Dis se rt at ions-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. PAPERS typed-Selectric, 75c-Doublespaced page. Spelling & grammar corrected. Carolyn, rm. 15A, Soc, Sci or 935-3597. ( REAL ESTATE ) 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, fenced yard. $41,000. 933:1944. 90' ALAFIA Riverfront-C.B. 2 bdrm, 1112 bath home. 15 min. to Temple Terrace. 545,000. s acres for trailer or home; 112 acre homesite wooded-SS,500; 1 section on river, will divide; trailer parks, grove, ranches, & commercial. Elsie Pickard, Inc. 6771677, 677-1248. .. EASTER SALE L 20o/o to 40% : .. OFF SLACKS SPORTCOATS DRESS SHIRTS KNIT SHIRTS TIES TENNIS WEAR \ -w e;c00ME SERVICE [ LOST & FOUND ) FOUNDYoung male Coc1.RE E,'1.t=\ FOWLER AT 51 ST EUROPE-ISRAEL-AFRICA Travel discounts year-round. Student Air Travel Agency, Inc. 201 Allen Rd. Suite 410, Atlanta, Ga. 30321 (404) 256-4258. TEMPLE TERRACE \'l PH. 985-2146 SEMPERIT GETS IT ALL TOGETHER 215-iO 14 GUARANTEES 4-0,000 MILES OF WEAR Camaro Torino Cougar Mustang Le Mans Javelin Datsun 240Z Charger Cutlass Firebird Chevelle Satellite Barracuda List Price $67 .88 225-70 SR 1-t Skylark Montego Olds F-85 Grand Prix Ambassador Olds 4-4-2 Ferrarri GTB Gran Torino Cutlass 350 Pontiac GTO Plymouth GTX Maserati Indy List Price $72.27 22,;. iO sr 15 Impala Monaco Galaxie Riviera Ford LTD Biscayne Trans Am Fcrrarri GTB Monte Carlo Rolls Royce Plymouth Fury Maserati Ghibli List price $76.65 rnmpare thesl' prices to anybody else's steel 40,000 mile tires. SPECIAL WAREHOUSE SALE $39.95 ALL ONE PRICE & F.E.T. $2.62 $2.93 WIDE STEEL RADIAL TUBELESS WHITEWALLS A copy of the 40,000 guarantee available upon request IMPORT MOTOR PARTS 410 North Dale Mabry Tel. No. 876-7021 11


.12--THE ORACLE April 2, 1974 Campus bicycle thefts continue BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer Bicycle thefts continued last week with eight bicycles valued at $633 stolen, University Police


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