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ORACLE April 17, 1974 Vol. 9 No. 14 12 pages Legislators mull tuition ceiling BY WA Y!'iE SPRAGllE Oracle Staff Writer A House Educalion subcommittee is considering modifying the Board of Regents tuition-by-the-hour plan to lower per-hour costs for students taking large loads. a committee staff member said yesterday. "The plan is a recognition that students may want to take more than an average number of hours,'' Education Committee staff member Jim Elens said. TllIS WOl'LD make it easier for students to take experimental or enrichment courses. he said. Sing along Oracle photo by Doc Parker The Hegenls have submitted a plan which would change the current university fee structure to a svstem which would charge according to the number of hours a student lakes. No ceiling or maximum level was included. Gospel singer Jill entertained a crowd of USF students last night during a special service in the Campus Fellowship. The service featured songs and music en.ioyed by all in attendance. Disorganized records seen delaying 'padding' audits BY SANDRA WHIGllT Oraclt Managing Editor The investigation into alleged state university ''padding" of enrollment figures is progressing slowly because many university records are either in poor condition or are non-existent, Deputy Auditor Gen George Warner said yesterday. "Those records arc not there in the form we need them,' Warner said. "We can't do the audit if the universities don't have the data." Because of difficulties involved with using university records, the auditors are using materials gathered from university and Board of lkgents' dat

2-THE ORACLE April 17, 1974 Nixon Jaworski clash on tapes WASHINGTON Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski asked a federal court yesterday to issue a subpoena to President Nixon for 46 tapes and documents relating to his conversations about the Watergate scandals. Compiled from the news wires of United Press International destined for the U nit e d Slate s and arrested alleged French drug bosses. d ealing the \1pakened French connection another serious blow police said wire news edited by Sheila Hooper However. a high White House official said yesterday Nixon will hand over to the House impeachment inqu\ry evidence that will prove his innocence in the Watergate cover-up. But he indicated Nixon will not comply fully with a subpoena for more than 40 taped converstaions. Kleindienst testifies NEW YORK Former Atty Gen. Richard Kleindienst ap peared yesterday as a surprise defense witness in the conspiracy trial of John Mitchell and Maurice Stans and took issue with some of the testimony of key prosecution "''itness .John Dean Ill. Kleindienst. who surceeded l\litchell as thP nations toJ lawman. testifiPd hP had nn ncolleetion of a telephom cali l'rom Dean in which Dl'an said tw had been notifiPd by Mitdwll that tw. 1\1. itchPll. \\as !wing pushed around hy a runaway grand jury in York. !)pan. a lornwr deputy at torn Py gl'rwra I who i'H'canw Whitt' llous1 11. J!l/:L to corn pl;1in 111 \1;1s gl'fting ";1 hell of <1 gri I i111g.. h\ tlw fl.dp1-;1 l grand JUI'\ in '.\1\1 York Heroin seized I' \I< I:-; and ,.\1111r1,;rn 1'.<11Totws agents have ,1,.d 11 pounds 11! pure hProin yesterday. The agents seized 20 plastic sacks of hl'roin in a tra\el bag al the Paris East railroad station. l'olicP said the haul repres(nted a \I holesa le \'alue of SHOO.OiH1 but ('ould ha 1e been \1orth more than 111 timl's that ar.iount in black rnarkPt stnet sales in the Cnited Statls. Calley sentence cut WASHINGTOf\ Army council .and an organization opl'n to ci\ilians \1ill be sl'I up to run faminestrickPn country, nports reaching Dahomey said. Bill .. hurts' House eyes credit tuition St eretary Howard H. Callaway esterday reduced Lt. William L ('alley's My Lai massacre sentl'nce from 20 to Io years. d('aring the way for a final rl'\'it\1 of the controversial case promised by President Nixon. An Army spokesman said Cal!awavs decision to cut Callev"s. sentence in halfmaki1;g him eligible for parole in six monthswas based on the opinion of a military clemency board that Calley had been a \\'Pll-bl'ha \'eel prisoner with a nasona bl< prospect for nhaliilit<1t ion ATLA:\TA Ben Bradlee. executi\'e editor of the Washington Post. said Monday a '.\ixon administration bill making it a crime to disclose classified information would emasculate freedom of the press and prevrnt disclosure of scandals such as Watergate. Bradlee. whose newspaper exposed the Watergate affair. warned the press is doing a poor job of informing the public of the importance of press freedoms at a time when the media is under attack. TALLAHASSEE -The HousE weakened a bill yesterday which would allow students to pay state university and college tuitions with credit cards. The bill passed with an amendment giving students who pay in cash a tuition discount. Hl'p William Conway. D Ormcind Beach. the bill's spon sor. said soml' studPnts face difficultil's meeting tuition dcadlinl's and this is the reason l'or the bill. In other legislative action the Smah \ Otl'd to make it a felony fiir -th<. ne\\s media. to identify the innoi.Pnt whose telephone con\'Prsations are tapped by. policl' hunting thl' guilty Sex plan okayed TALLAHASSEE Go\. ){pubin Askew suggested yesterday the legislature might want to pass a law --requiring public notice be given before a stall' institution is located in any area. Ai a SP\'l'n hour. non-stop nweting. the Cabinet: .. Adoptl'd a Board of Regent proposed policy denying use of state university facilities. support and services to organizat.ions which discriminate in' their membership as to race. color. creed or sex. Deferred action. on a recommendation that Cabinet meetings he aired over public tht leak \1as in a floating \alH \1hich indicates 1i1e levPI of gas \1ithin thl' tank <'ar It. was sup posed to ha\'t' been dosed but was found opl'n Police find suspect <;AJNESVILLE AuthoritiPs charged Donald Eugene Da\'iS \\'ith murder yesterday in the stabbing dtath of Dr. Hobert Stanley. a professor at the University of s Institute of Food and Agriculture Scien-Cl'S. Stanley was found dead from a single slab \\'OUnd in the chest on a (;ainesville street Monday night. Paper gets sphere lclevision because the state has LA!\iTANA --A strange metal no money to finance" it now. sphere which the Antpine Betz Alerted the stale patrol to family found on their property the possibility of a nationwide last week was flown by private truckers' strike l\'lay J:l. and plane to the offices of the \'Owed violen_ce w}.11 ,. not be !\iational ,Enquirer ;Newspaper i tol erated-. and armei f 'convbys' ... will be .provided for trucks that John \\:ebb. a spokesman for \rant to roll. the National Enquirer. said the ball would be kept at the Train -Jeaks gas newspaper's offices until the TA!\IPA Propane gas leaking from a valve on a railroad tank car forced e\'acuation earlv vesterday of 25 families from ar"esidential area here. A> Fire department officials said weekend when it will be flown to New Orleans for a panel discussion on unidentified flying objects. Webb said a five-member team of scientists will examine the ball to determine if it is an object The Oracle is the official student-edited newspaper of the University of South Florida and is published' four times weekly, Tuesday through Friday, during the academic year period September through mid-June; twice during the acr.deinic year period mid-June through August, by the University of South Florida, 4202 Fowler Ave .. Tampa, Fla. 33620. Opinions expressed in The Oracle are those of the editors or of t he writer and not those of the University of South Florida. Address correspondence to The Oracle, LAN 47-2, Tampa,' Fla .. 33620. Second class postage paid al 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. Candy study asked T .\l.J. \11.\SSEE The S111a1" Criminal .Jqstice Co1111111tt1 ordertd a stall of a proposal nut la\\ 111. 1onf!'ctions styll'd iik1 pills. 1iganltPs or akodwi Tlw bill proposed by S!'n \\'illi;1m CillPspil'. I>-:\l'\\ lkach. is 1nt(nded lo Kl'<'P childr!'n from gro\1 ing up thinking that taking pills. s1110k1ng and drinking an forms ol play rrom earth or extraterrestrial areas. Vote change sought T A LLAHASSEE -State Rep. Robt'rt Hartnett. 0-Miami. \'l'Sterdav said Florida voters to the polls on Satur days and Sundays. rather than Tuesdays during working hours. Hl' filed a bill for week-end voting. to open polls from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday. then from I p.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays. Dredging allowed TALLAHASSEE --The Florida Pollution Control Board voted yesterday to allow Army Corps of Engineers dredging of the Port of .Jacksonville after the city's legislators warned the harbor soon will be impassable to huge cargo ships. The board found itself at odds with the legislative however. on whether 'if 1 m ay' prohibit the dumping of dredging spoil at Grassy Point in the St. Johns River. Niger ruler speaks COTO'.\Ol. ; Dahomey The 1H. '\\ military ruler of neighboring :\ig1r. Lt. Col. Sl'yni Kountic. said > <'sll'l'rlay an armed forces weather :Hostly cloudy todaY becoming fair to partl; cloudy tomorrow. Chance of thundPrshowers today. Lows lower to mid 60s and hil-(hs lower to mid 80s. 9315 FLORILAND MALL BUSCH BL VD. & FLORIDA AVE. (AT THE REAR OF THE MALL.) PH: 935-3590 PIZZA e SPAGHETTI RAVIOLI e GIANT SANDWICHES LOADED WITH MEAT -on our own different kinds ... this you'll never forget ... it is a sensation in eating pleasure you'll remember forever! Outstanding! I ."" .,o .,. -:--..,,;"" USF '-l l Vi PRICE ON ANY WED&. THUR APRIL 17th & 18th WITH STUDENT ID. You might have to look close but we're here EL CAESAR'S ITALIAN FRIED CHICKEN Same menus and fine quality Italian foods under a new management. &... },t'. ( : J}' j\ 1JJ1lw P. 1'. ltr/,. )J -,..\ l'.' { 'lL' _.. \ "-.._ / ..... ;,.;iF SPECIALIZING IN TAKE OUT ORDERS: Fried Chicken ltatian Style Phone-in orders are welcome Spaghetti for speedy service Rigatoni Sandwiches Open Mon. Sat. llam 9pm Temple Village 10910 N. 56th street. Phone 988-9771


'.' THE ORACLE -April 17, 1974 3 Mackey summoned .in suit by USF workers BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer USF Pres. Cecil Mackey, Physical Plant Director Charles Butler and the Board of Regents were served with summons yesterday as defendants in a lawsuit filed Monday by 16 USF Physical Plant workers. The defendants are now required to file an answer within 20 days with the court, Ronald Meyer at torney for the workers said. :vJEYER SAID a notice of hearing was also sent to the defendants advising them of a scheduled court hearirig-.on the .matter at.9:"10 a.m. Friday. The suit seeks an injunction prohibiting USF from laying-off 19 Physical Plant workers. The men were informed this month that, due to a projected Physical Plant deficit they would be laid-off tomorrow. Physical Plant painter George Key sai d the mei:i took the action because "it is the only help we could get. "We went from Mackey down and didn't get any help from nobody." he said. BUTLER SAID he had not seen the complaint and could not comment on it. Meyer said the men and their co-plaintiff the International Brotherhood of Painters and Allied Trades, Local 1153, are applying for the injunct ion to prohibit the termination or demotion of the men before they have been allowed a pre-termination hearing by the University or before they are allowed to bargain collectively with the University through a union. "Appeals are also being filed with the Career Service Commission," he said. : Meyer said the union and the men faced "an uphill battle" in the case. "Any injunction is an extraordinary remedy," he said. "A short notice injunction is even more ex traordinary. "IT IS our burden to show thatirreparable injury (to the men> is imminent," Meyer said. "We are asserting that is the case, he said. Meyer said "We fully intend to subpoena that department's records to see how it could so rapidly go into debt. We're certainly going to get to the bottom of that." Access features Riggs Breezy Oracle photo by llao:!'ara 'Montqomer' Standing tall among its peers, these 30-foot giants bend beneath Florida's spring breezes which sweep through the USF campus. Dr. Carl Riggs. vice president for Academic Affair s. will be featured on WUSF-FM s "Ac cess tonight at !i: :m. Larry Brown. "Access" moderator, will discuss the possibilities of an ROTC Bill could end Corporate aid BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Managing Editor The Florida House of Representatives yesterday unanimously endorsed a bill which would forbid state. employes charging the state for dues in organizations not directly connected their official duties. If adopted by the Senate, the measure could possibly end spending of state money for dues to the South Florida Educational Planning Council. a legislative aide said. The council, a private, non profit corporation housed in USF's College of Education, gets state money from USF as well as state and county money as dues from local school boards which are corporate members. "WHAT TIIE bill is mainly going to do is give universit ies and other institutions the incentive to clean up their own house," Mike Wright, aide to the bill's sponsor Sen. George Firestone, D-Miami. said. "It would provide the auditor general with the means to take action." Wright said he was uncertain of the application the bill may have to the USF corporation, saying "the test will come with the auditor general." The auditor's office is now reviewing the corporation s records which were subpoenaed last month Deputy Auditor Gen George Warner said he is also unsure of the impact the bill may have if enacted. He said the House of Representatives may amend the bill substantially and would not predict its probable scope of application. Eckerd study planned Friday BY IWSSELL MANLEY Oracle Staff Writer State University System (SUSl officials will study the campus of Eckerd College in St. Petersburg Friday to investigate the possibility of SUS expansion there, Eckerd Pres. Dr. Billy Wireman said yesterday. "At our meeting last week. we agreed that representatives of both sides would look into the matter in more detail." Wireman said. "To that end. an SUS group will be here Friday." TIIE IDEA originated last month when Eckerd officials offered cooperative use of their campus as an alternative to other methods of SUS expansion in Pinellas County. "A financial representative. a f ac ilities representative and an academic representative will lw here." Wireman continued. "I s u s p ec t they will finish the s tudies this week." Wireman said he and SUS C h ance llor Robert Mautz agreed last wee k neith e r would s ubmit a form a : proposal but would rathn work jointly toward an ac cep t a hie cone I u s ion. "WE i\HE try ing to g<'I some thing ready ty the May n Boa rd of Regen ls I BU I{ 1 meeting ," h e said. "If we a r e to agree on a plan we hav e lo mov<' soon The proposed plan would in volve public and private universities existing side-by-side on the Eckerd campus and would replace USI<' Pres. Cecil Mackey's recommended Pinellas expansion program. "I can't speculate on a proposal I haven't seen," Mackey said last week. "I submitted my recom mendations and now it is up to the BOR It is essential for the Board to explore all proposals on the matter. and that is what they are doing." -UNCUT LAN 103 Fri. & Sat. Apr. 19 & 20 7: 30 & 10: 00 Sund::iy Apr. 21 8: 00 p.m. Only 75 cents with ID EDWARD ALBEE'S WHO'S AFHAHl OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? Mike Nichol's Academy Award Winner, S tardng Eliza be th Taylor, Richard Burton. program at USF with Dr. Riggs. Also to be discussed is the Board of Regents rnORl proposal to change the tuition fee structure. Students and faculty are en couraged to call the station to air their views or ask Dr. Riggs questions at 974-2215. STREET DANCE "Sneaky Pete" a rock & blues band TONIGHT 9-llp.m. FREE Crescent Hill


4-THE ORACLE April 17, 1974 Cap gives direction An enrollm en t cap for USF may provide growth direction Pres. Ceci l Mackey has not bctn able to give. The 2:i.00ll FTE 1 full time equivalent l cap was appro\ed Monday b:-1 a House Education subcommittee whic h also made growth ceilin g recommendations for the other state universities. I'.' TllE BILL. Un iversity of Florida

DOONESBURY JOAN/, YO!/ CANT JUST 5PNf) ALL fJAY MOPIN6 OV!< YOUR. lAW 5Cll00t WAITING 706/iT (Jp AN/? : f t./5TS. YOt/VG 60T f /IROIJN/) '..._ I C::.\' i I I\ .,.:_ 'v i ) >":LJ:: ,. 1 '---NO, .I [)ON'T WANT ANYTHIN6 10 EAT! All J. WANT 15 TO WA/Tl 1H&Y PllT ME ON TH&!R. WA!T/N6 1.JSTS, SO I'M 60/N6 10 START WAff/N6 (Ip A 5TORM.1 IVA/TI WAtr/ I w11r.1 1 .. t c:.._:I I \ . to require the State Board of Education to prescribe safety and sanitation standards for existing com munity college facilities. Both Beer reduced for Keg hour Beer will sell for 20 cents a glass during a "Slappy Hour" sponsored by SEAC and Saga Foods today from 3-5 p.m. in the Empty Keg North. "Hotcakes." a group which has been playing locally for several years. will provide "music to drink by. SEAC Program Director Ric Alter said. bills must now be acted 011 tlw Senate. Other bills passed to the Scnatl' by the House last week includ(' the dropping of the requirC'ment for fraternal organizations to fill> for property tax exemption -which could save campus grcPks some paperwork-and one of nummerous bills calling for an increase in per diem and tra nI expenses for state employes. There are probably more bills relating to thi s than. any other single item: this particular one would increase reimbursement from 10 cents to 12 cents per mill> while others would push the rate higher. P\'en to ;r l1l ilt "Do the dead return? Andre Kole knows." Tougher drug laws eyed as pot trade increases Donald Beem an was a top executive with a $9,000 sports car, a penthouse and a terrific blonde ... T.\l.L.\HASSEE -Florida ;ittracts different types of p1opli-Apparently some of the 11111n lrl'quent visitors are drug d1;ikrs tlw kii1d whose planes l'rash 111to tlw countryside and sc;1!l1 r Ions of m arijuana among lhP palnwttos or \\'h,1se goods are discovered floating dm111 t lw St .Johns River or in the Gulf Stream. Tlwi( a re s o nm riv of these people around. the state is consiclPn'd th e nation's main entry point for pot and cocaine. It is l'Stimated that Florida does an annual $500 million import-export pot business. That i s bigger than the sugarcan P. watermelon. peanut. soybean. strawberry. tomato. sweet corn. snap bean. flue-cured tobacco and eggplant industries combined. POLICE do a pretty good business. too. In 1972 1 the latest full-year figures available 1. there were 22.:l28 drug arrest s in Florida. That is more than murder. rape. robbery. fraud. embezzling. gambling, auto theft. vandalism and misconduct in office combined. For possession that total was a per cent increase over the previous year. Sixty per cent of the total involved possession of marijuan \-\'hile officials are reluctant to project or assume. records in the Office of Drug Abuse indicate that pot r emains on the increase \\'hil e heroin seems to be i11 a decline Thn't' bills a11aitin g ;1ctio11 in the House and Senate seek to toughen the Florida C'om prclwnsi1l Drug ..\IH1st and Control :\ct passed lasl .1rar. ;1 l'ompltx mass of !all's \\'hich spell s out the p enalties ;1ssl)ciatl'cl 1rit h just about knoll'n narcotic drug. These bills llOUld .incrl'ast till' jll'llalties flJJ' most drug 1iola t ion lntroducl'd by S1. Lt Br;llltll'1 1lJ-.J;1ck so111 illr1. S111 IJa1 id \lcClain 1 ]) T ;1mpa1 < llld l{('p (; ('ol'gl' c;rosse I IJ .J;1l'kso111 illt 1. lht 11011ld J'ti11st;1t1 il'lo11: s t 11!,.pl111111 II 11 :is 111\rod111 ii I 1 \ !( 1 p :\I; ii I 1J.>; 11 ;1 i I' I I ) l;H'l".(/(I \ 'ii 11 Tl11 ( '"'"Iii 111 .,. 1111 <'ri111i11;il .111:-111 1 l1:i:. a bill. now on the Senate calen dar. to make it a first degrel' misdenwanor to manufactun. sell. or possess with intent to do either. a !'ounterfeit" drug. Tlw bill was rt'qul'sled by narcotics agents 11ho 11 ( 'rt' tired of pciying an ounet' of harci-earned tax molll'Y for little bags of sugar. Legislative info free by phone i\ legislativt' information tollfrP(' t t>lepho1w linP is now in operation Floridians may lparn tlH stal11s of hills in the Legislature by calling 800

6-THEORACLE Actors in 'Rain' ... portray island themes Oracle photo by Doc Parker 'Rain' presents powerful story BY JEFF STRANGE Oracle Entertainment Writer Dan Gentry, teaching assistant and graduate student in the Speech Department, is producing an adaptation of W Somerset Maugham's short story "Rain" today and next Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Lan-Lit auditorium. "Rain" is considered Maugham's most forceful story and it has been produced into plays and three different movies. GENTRY llAS tried to be very faithful to the short story. He calls the play a very serious drama and since the Speech [ prtuitw J Department comedies, should be a different. is doing so may he says"Rain" change and quite The action takes place on the South Sea island Pago Pago where the characters have been a week waiting to go to Apia, another island_ The main characters include a narrator. a prostitute fleeing fr>m the law. a medical doctor recuperating from the war and a missionary with his wife. The post-World War I play constcintly refers to rain and the hardships suffered from the heat and mosquitos. "It rains daily which creates a very heavy type of effect in the show itself." Gentry said. Oshkosh Ensemble set today Discussion reviews Don Juan insigh ts The "Oshkosh Wind En semble... from Oshkosh. Wisconsin. will be presenting a concert today at 2 p .m. 111 the USF Theater. The ensemble is .made up of 60 instrumentalists under the direction of Leroy Wolter. and 70 mort' nwmbers in the choir. dincted IJ_v Freel Leist. The L'nsemble is nationally famous. and will be giving performances at Bush c;ardens and Disney \.\'orM at tlw t>nd of this week. This will be an open and free ('Onnrt. Professor Jerry Gill. philosophy teacher at Eckerd College. will present a discussion on "The World of Don .Juan : Some f{eflections" today at -t p.m. in LAN 12:!. Gill. who has taught l'X perimental and radical eoursl's .at f<:ckerd. is primaril_v in tere.;ted in the languagl' and religious aspects of He is currently \\'riling a papl'r on Don .Juon .li1an Thl're will also b e several l'l'citals at 8::!0 in F/\H IOI. Diana. Soprano. and ('olil'l'n (;arlock. :ll\IUS C'on tralto. 11 ill bl' singing Baroque. Homantic and contemporary songs with piano ac-l'<>mpiannwnt. : Try a great : : darkroom : y; PHOTOGRAPHIC = 2 11150 N. 3l)T H S T., FLA. 1361: 5 off dark 5 ;room rental! coupon expires may 30 TllE -t:;-:\11:\TTE play revolves around the conflicts and confrontations between the prostitute's lif e style and the way th e minister deems lif e should be led The play has an ironic en ding. The narrator is John Korinek :lSPE. Other students include Al Pinan. 2SPE: Victoria Taylor. :!TAR: Mark Stevens. -tEGR: Charlotte Blackburn. :lENG and Wansley Hancock Professor Knocky Parker's recordings will provide the music for the play. Admission is Photo contest judges chosen .J11dg<:s lor lhl' ;ill univl'l'Sity ;11111u;il pholo g r;iphy Lo11lest havl' hl'l'n sl'IL'L'll'd. /\mo11g tlH. '111 are T<'d Saylor president of the Florida Professional Photography J\ssociat ion Saylor hold s a certified Florida photographer's degree and is recipient of the photography service award. Joining him as a judge will be Hober! Kerns, associate professor of Mass Communications at USF. Kerns is th e recipient of the national photography award and some of his works are hung in a gallery in th e Netherlands. Tlw third judg( is Burton McNelley. He has worked with such magazines as Life Saturday Evening Post. National c;eographic and Playboy. Deadline for th e contest is noon on April 2:i. Applications can be picked up in the SEAC office. UC 222. Zbar traces occult origins Dr Flora Zbar. assistant professor of English. will trace thf' ori g ins of the occult in the classical world Thursday in LAN ..\Iii ;1! g p.m Zbar will present her concerning topics related to "Occultism in the Classical World... Her presentation 11ill be free.


Actor-Director Orson Welles ... displays his temperament in "Falstaff'' Prof talks in Forum Assistant professor of English Dr. Steve Rubin at 2 p.m. today will discuss the new comparative literature program presented to English and Language majors. The discussion will be held in LAN 116. The forum concerns new tracts added to the USF English program One tract will be comparative literature. This new tract goes into effect next quarter, and Rubin said he hopes a similar program will be offered soon on the graduate level. "The forum will be an organizational meeting con cerning the details of the tract and its requirements. It is in conjunction with the foreign Language department," Rubin said. He said the new literature tract combines study of languages and their subsequent cultures with the study of world literature. France, Spain, Germany and other countries, along with England and America will be surveyed in the tract. A comparison of the outstanding literature of each country will be included, he said. "Students, probably English Dr. Steve Rubin ... discusses Tracts majors. will be working with more than one culture. and that's the main point of the program:' the comparison of world societies," H.ubin said. Charles Scruggs of the Foreign Language department will also be at the forum to explain the program. Admission is free. ---------------------. i i : GRAND q I 9'l Beanbag Chairs & Sofas -,::::-: I Water Beds & #a. I I Terrariums & Plants V.., I I Head Gear I I I I 11We will display your goods 1 I & sell on consignment. : I I I 2102 E. Husch Hlvd. I I ph. 935-4327 .I ._ ___________________ THE ORACLE-April 17, 1974 7 1Falstaff' falls short in Shakespearean appeal BY ELIZABETH GIBBS Oracle Writer Orson Welles' "Falstaff," a Shakespearean film, will be shown tonight at 7: 30 and 9: 30 in LAN 103, sponsored by Florida Center for the Arts. The film has never before been shown in the Tampa area. The film is based on material from "Henry IV," "Henry V," "Richard II" and "The Merry from his tumultuous past and end his friendship with Falstaff. He then becomes a "responsible" king. THE FILMING of Jeanne Moreau, who plays Doll Tearsheet, and Margaret Ruther(ord, Hostess Quickly, hardly does them justice: at one point, Margaret Rutherfords' nostrils are the center of camera focus. The film is to be recommended only to those who enjoy Orson Welles, whose extremely portly figure adds to the vulgar character of Falstaff. It will be enjoyed by those who enjoy cinematic interpretations of Shakespeare, however, most viewers will find the film weary and tedious. Admission is $1.50. Wives of Windsor," four of Shakespeare's plays, and was compiled and directed by Orson Puppets rock in. opera Welles Also starring in the title A puppet show, based on the role, Welles said he feels rock opera "Joseph and the "Falstaff' is his vision of "an Amazing Technicolor Dream-actors film." coat," will be performed at the THE MAIN theme of the film Tampa Public Library. Two centers around the boisterous evening performances are youth of Prince Hal, the Prince of scheduled Friday and April 26 at Wales and the future Henry V of 7:30 p.m. England, including his friendship The rock opera, based on the with tile scoundrel Falstaff. Old Testament story of Joseph in Much td the grief of his father, the Bible, was written by Webber King Henry IV, Prince Hal and Rice. Students from several spends his time carousing with local schools are involved in the commoners and ignoring threats puppet show production under to the throne. the direction of Virginia Rivers, Only when his father is on his head of the Creative Programing death bed does Prince Hal break Departme'lt. : -=--.. .:;.iiiiifij;-COME AND SEE THE PHOTO : : So.:thern AND AV EXPERTS AT : : Photo SOUTHERN PHOTO & NEWS : : COMPLETE LINE OF : e l:i15Monon-223A23Y film library PHOTOGRAPHIC & AV : : Photc & Av EQUIPMENT PLUS Soles & Service : Audio-visual and Film Rental : Service Ample Free Parking : : Special Student Discount with this ad : "/\ ,, AtSRAKBY'S we serve fun (also pizza) D"i.Scounts Available For ,., Fraternities, Sororities : & Other ,Campus Organizations. 8114 N. Fla. Ave. Tampa, Fla. 935-3101 Reservations can be made for classes interested in viewing daytime performances by calling Community Relations, 223-8956. All showings will be held in the auditorium of Tampa Public Library at 900 N. Ashley St. '!What an1ovie Brook hasmade! I A film tor e''en non-Shakespeareans to reYel in. Drama of the 1. -Judith Crist, N. Y. Magazine I PAUL SCOFIELD IN PETER BROOK'S FILM OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S IRENE WORTH FIRST AREA SHOWING Thurs. April 18 2:30, 5:00,7:30, IO:OG p .m. Students $1.00 others SI.50 TODD THEATRE LJNebraska at Fowler USF Film Art Series


8-THE ORACLE sports April 17, 1974 USF meets best BY HINDY WEATllEHLY Oracle Sports Writer Having overcome one ob stacle-a lack of funds USF's Brah misses face another stumbling block at the Southern Collegiate tournament in Columbus, Miss. tomorrow: Orac_le photo by Doc Parker several of the best tennis teams in the so uth. "Even Rollins \\

THE ORACLE -April 17, l!f74 9 Faltering Brahman nine tackles powerful Eckerd Oracle photo by Doc Parker BY PAM ;J()!'l:ES Ora le Sports Writer When USF's baseball team travels to St. Petersburg this afternoon to meet the Eckerd Tritons. it once again meets a nationally ranked opponent. Currently. Eckerd College sports a 20-7 record and is ranked second iri the small college division of the NCAA "WE'VE :\I.WAYS had a little trouble with them in the past. .. said Brahman Assistant Coach Jeff Davis We 've split with them for the last two years. "Eckerd is a pesky team." Davis commented. "They move the ball well and they put the J)ressure on their opponents. When their opponents make a mistake. they are quick to take advantage of it. .. Tony Rizzo prepares for today's Eckerd game ... as USF seeks 17th victory of the season. USF goes into today's game after two straight losses at the hands of St Leo and Rollins. The team's last victory was a 4-2 win over Florida Southern Colleg e last week. The last defeat for lntramurals Oracle photo by Doc Parker Tom Turke ... displays form Tennis---------Showdown slated It was a hectic day for all involv e d in yesterday's tennis play, but after nearly three hours of competition. finalists were determined. Pairings for semitinal singl e s play in the winners bracket are slated from -I to 6 p.rn. on the PED tennis courts today. DOl "BLES :\L\T('llES. which started yesterday. are also scheduled today. Meeting in one semifinal singles is Tom Lindsey of Beta 1 East and Beia :1 West's Bill Bergy Beta 3 East sends Steve Sharrock against Gary Rabe of Alpha :1 West in another semifinal match. Dennis Masters of Eta II must wait for the outcoine of this morning s match, between Lambda II s Jim White and Ramon Quisum bing, for his semifinal opponent. IOT:\ lll'S TO:\I 'ITHKE h a s already qualified for Thursday's final which begins at 4::l0 p m f 'or Theta I and JI it wa s a profitable doubles day as they swept past Iota 1 and II respective ly Beta 2 East. :1 West and 4 West a l s o enjoyed victories as did Lambda JI. Today finds the dou b l e s tande m of Beta :1 West against B e ta 2 East s twosome. Theta II m atched with Eta II and Io t a Ir pitte d against Theta I. Kappa Sigma wins in overtime BY Ifffl"l'l\'E PHI\"ILEHC;J : scored in every inning to beat the Lutz Lampreys. 14-:1; Again was victorious against SAO, l;}-4: Zeta I whipped Zeta II, 7-:l; and Tau Kappa Epsilon dumped Figi, 1 : !-6 LEARN !!!/! :}:: BEGINNER & ADVANCED ::::::: ::: ( (1 USF JEWISH STUDENT UNION {( "The team needs to have impressed upon how much it would hurt their pride to lose to a team like Eckerd." -Jeff Davis Eckerd was to the same Florida Southern team. \ PH.\CTl('E session for the Brahmans was held yesterday afternoon with the on base-running and getting the hitters' timing back. "The best way to get th e team up for this game is to try to build up some spirit and get the momentum hack in pradice." Davis said. "The team 1weds to havP iri1pressed upon them how much it would hurt their pride to lose to a team like Eckerd. We'll haq to rely upon their emotions and pride to do this .... comnwnted thl' assistant coach. ''There are two philosophies in athletics... Da\is said. teams. like the !\Iiami Dolphins. are not emotional at all. They just go on the field and do what they know has to be done. Then then .are the !!ams that have to han the adnnalin flowing to do \\'ell There s no way of knowing \\"hich i s the best \\'ay .. Baseball is probably the mu:c: t wiemotional game of all... h l' added. ..It's a game of cor.cPntration. skills and looseness. WFLA-TV plans matches In case :v ou ha\cnt !ward. soccer at l "SF is still going strong l'ven though the s e a s on ended rwarly four month;; ago WFLA TV Socce r Club. made up of many nl tlw ,;air1 peol<: who carried thl' tn the second round or the \<".\:\ playoffs last year. has a busy weekend ahead. S:\'fl'.RI>.-\ Y THE club travels to Orlando to take on Rollins Soccer Club while Sunday it plays at home in the second round of Florida Amateur Cup play. Opposition for the :1 p m S unrla y contes t \rill he provided t lw S aras ota Soccer Club C oach Dan Holcomb said ,, 11c-tory ou' r S arasota \\'oulcl 11111\ l' \\"FL\-T\. reigning Amateur Cup champions. \\'ithin two win s of this year's title I SF'S SO: CEH field \I ill ;)(' the site of plenty of action .-\pril :28 as WFLA TV and CSF S<>c c e r Club h a ve planned a tourney. The all -day e\'ent is scheduled to have 10 area teams competibg. STR:1:AK POSTERS I Brand new! Fun-filled streaking posters. subjects illustrating the latest spoof on campus! Bright and colorful. Large 22" x 28" size Only $2 50 each (including postage and handling). Perfect for your pad Order today! 1. STARS AND STREAKS FOREVER! 2. SUPERSTREAKERS Tiie ultimate pair Lampoons famous painting "Spirit of '76" complete with flying capes and sneakers. 3. STREAKERS SURVIVAL KIT What 4. SIMON SAYS ... Energy czar's ever. y potential streaker should know! scheme to conserve gas! '1''il'''fU:;mtzMEl"'tuu;umJ!;t

IO-THE ORACLE Three for one Oracle photo by Doc Parker Women's softball team members (I to r) Paula Thrift, Terry Rouche and Mary Heath pose with a traveling trophy they hope to help win for US.f. Student program underway Profs will study teen delinquency BY Hl'SSELL !\1:\:\1.EY Oracle Staff \\' rilPr T\\'o lJSF sociologists will study the relationship betwI' ... lw For II has .ill't'al potl' lllial for dt 1 ising l';1r 1r Iha I is still of comr1; lo p!opll' lit said J11h11so1; s < iid !here is a or a further gr;.rnt after tli! 1rr(Jt stud: is done. "In our r1 prq. 1 1 l' hope to suggest 'Jlit "'t i;111s !or further research ... 1 11 ,;;iirl HOT CAKES DISCOUNT BEER BY SAGA "'-{or SludeN-l VekX'dN..S '\ Share that hassle or just come visit with us Wednesday, April 17, at 2:00 P.M., in U.C. 215. Discover resources available on campus and learn legi slation that would effect your V.A. benifits. If nothing else, share a cup of coffee with other student veterans. SPONSORED BY OFFICE OF VETERAN'S AFFFAIRS AFFAIRS CTR 166-974-2291


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TYPING, Fast, Neat, Accurate, Exp. Turabian I BM Corrective Selectric. Carbon ribbon. Pica or Elite. All types of work. Close to USF. 911-0836 Lucy Wilson. FAST accurate typing service. 48 hr. service In most lnstances: r 2 min. from USF. .aerwe.n 1:30 and call 879-7222 ext. 231. Alter 6:00 c1111 918-3435 Ask for Liz. SPECIALIZED TYPIST IBM CORRECTING Selectric, carbon ribbon, pica or elite. Greek symbols. Exp Turabian, Campbell, ,APA, etc. s mlri. from USF. Nina Schiro, 971-2139. If no answer, 235-3261. EVE CO now offers USF students 20 per cent off on all mobile home supplies, and labor. Skirting starting from 599.95. Patio Porch lO'xlO' white w-any color trim 5159.95 Anchors installed for $9. 95. 985-3072. "71" MGB, new metallic paint, new tires, radio and heater. Great condition 28 mpg and over. Asking $2,235. Call 971-2318. 1970 OPEL Kadett, four speed, carpet. tape deck, :is MPG. u, 100 or best offer. Call Marcia, 974-6254 (5) rm. 212. 1959 CHEVY, 6 cylinder stick. Good body, tires, & running condition. 5130 firm. 9775417 after 5:00 p m CHEVY "69" Convertible 4-speed Hurst. New clutch. Good engine, tires, 2 stereo headphones, hook-up 5695. Was 5995, or will trade for boat or dirtbike. Call. 9863072, 985-178S, 985-2968 after 5. '72 CAPRI V6, 2600, 4-speed, decor group. sty'e wheels, 52,200. Call 2S8. FOR SALE: '68 Chevy Van Camper. Good condition 51,095. Call 988-5064. CAN YOU QUALIFY FOR CWSP WORK? ------TltAVEL OPPORTUNITIES I RespQnsible office help needed. contact CANOE RENTALS by day or week. 93S-0018. GO WHERE THE CROWDS DON'T KNOW! j LOST: Girl's wallet, lime green:....i.eep the FREE-All white, female kitten. 6 mo., litter Year round OVERLAND camping safaris. Europe, Russia, England, Africa, Scan dinavia, or where ever. Discover more or. your own-without hitching; Eat betterbut cheaper; Go further-be safer; and l)O MORE than you could ever do by yourself. Trail Blazers: TOLL FREE 800-mo11ey-no questions asked. Please return trained. In need of a good home. For details call 971-7021. Evenings and the rest. ID's, pictures are very imPortant weekends. 223-5586. to me: Call 977-5182. Ask for Deane. LOST: Ail black Labrador Retriever without collar. Last seen around Busch Gardens. Please call 988-0519 after 5 p.m., if seen or found. LOST-Texas Instruments SR-10, in LIF 101 B !Zoo-321). Case has pocket clip broken. Reward for return or information leading to recovery. Contact Dave Neilphone 634-1797. LOST April 6, Black male cat. Named Shankar. Lost near USF 22nd St. between Fletcher and Skipper. Wearing a clear flea collar. Has one bad eye. Reward offered. Call 971-2115. FOUND-10 mo. old Black & silver male German Shepherd wearing brown collar with silver studs. Between USF & Busch Gardens. Call 988-4210. MUSICAL J MARTIN D-35 ACOUSTIC GUITAR Cost U00.00, will sell for $425.00. Call Hank 872 2755 before 5:00, 971-6829 after 6:00. GIBSON BASS EB-3 w-plush case. 3 pos. switch, rewired for maximum BASS quality. 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( REAL ESTATE ) 90' AL.AF IA Riverfront-C.B. 2 bdrm, 1'12 bath home. 15 min. to Temple Terrace. 545,000. S acres for trailer or home; 112 acre homesite wooded-55,500; 1 section on river, will divide; trailer parks, grove, ranches, & commercial. Elsie Pickard, Inc. 677-1677, 677-1248 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. 541.000. 933-1944. BR., 11/2 bath townhouse; ww carpet, central heat & air, fenced backyard screened porch, corner lot, 2 miles from USF. Cll 974-2711 ext. 46 after 5 p.m. CALL 988-4963. STUDENT Weight Loss Program in troductory meeting. Thursday, April 18, 7:30-9 p.m .. Room AOC 218. DATE MATCHING service. It's a simple, inexpensive and fun way to get acquain ted. For complete information, application. write New Friends, P.O. Box 22693, Tampa, Florida 33622. LUNCH OR DINNER 2 FOR l While they last. 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THE ORACLE-April 17, 1974 (TV, RADIO, STEREO J I APTS. & HOUSES TO SHARE 11 SACRIFICE-Two SP7S Fisher 3 way SPEAKERS, two weeks old, paid $360 asking S220-Also GAF SUPER 8 movie projector almost new 540-8 Track Deck 535 Call evenings 971-8808. DON'T poiy the high mail order prices. Theive's Warehouse of Tampa. 1S31 S. Dale Mabry. 254-7561. WE'RE looking for a girl withher head together to share our house on the Hi!lsborough River near 40th St Neat, private roor:n with carpeting & phone. No hassles-S56.25 per month + utilities. Call Suzie, Mark or Duane 239-9114. A-C USED AUTO PARTS SPECIALIZING IN FOREIGN CARS AND PARTS 10% DISCOUNl ON ALL. PARTS FOR USF STUDENTS 14525 FLORIDA AVE. PH. 932-.4329 THIS IS A REVOLUTION ... ---l THEI cYgC0 (fl ...IN BANKING The innovators is a revolutionary approach to banking, and it's strictly for 18 to 35's. 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12-THE ORACLE Oracle 1Jho1t by Barbara Montgomery Police-citizen rati o found high at USF Although figures show llSF has a greater ratio of palrolnwn t.o population than any other area in Hillsborough County except Tampa proper, Public Safety and Security Director Paul Uravic h said h e feel s the University Police ( UPl is understaffed. Uravich said the force i s short a captain and two officers, even though it currently employs 38 people. Uravich said Physical Plant developed specifications several years ago which determined how many p eop le the UP shouid employ. 'l'lwse specifications say we sho1Iid have lfi Pmployes for the firs University population :111d two for each l,000 a deli t ional population,'' h e said. llltl\VICll S/\ID these requirements in cluded all security personnd, including secretaries. ficer, radio disp:il .dwr:. "'" "" information officer,'' llrnv1.-l1 said. /\ spokesman for the T a11qH1 Police Department's Personnd Office said Tampa ha s a ratio of one officer for every 44:i people. POLICE CHIEF Tom Webster said Temple Terrace ha s 14 of ficers a nd a population of about oi"ficer per every 7 I 4 residents. No dogs allowed FI<;mu:s SHOW the department has approximately one officer to every 607 people. UP Lt. Charles Wilson said there are 32 officers who patrol the campus and total University population, including faculty and staff, is approximately 19,435. "In essence, these satisfy probably all personnel requirements that are necessary for specific police functions but it's not accounting other considerations such as a safety of"The FBI used lo recommend a town h a d one officer for every 500 p eop le, but you really have to take into consideration all the differences in a community," he said. Although there is a campus rule prohibiting dogs on campus, canines continue to romp across USF. Here, Chemistry major Gary Young enjoys a sunny spring day with his dog in blissful disregard of the campus regulations. NEW IN TAl\'IPA GIVE 'TI United Jewish Appeal Campaign ['-_jo_b _ma_rt_J The following employers will be in terview1ng on-campus on the days in dicated. Contact Cooperative Education and Placement (AOC 105 or 974-2171) for complete information. In addition, dial ext. 2200 (974 2200) for weekly listings of scheduled on.campus interviewing. April 23 Florida Parole and Probation-BA, MA Criminology, Psy., Soc., (Will consider others). Dec., March, June, Aug., and Alumni. Meire Contract ServicesB or M-All majors. Dec., March, Metro Contract Services-BA-Mk!., Mgt., Bus. Adm., June, Aug. and Alumni. Professional Economic Services-a or M Aii majors. Dec., March, June, Aug. and Alumni. April 24 First at Orlandoa or fv\-Business Area. March, June and Aug. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company-B or M-All Majors prefer Business; Must be interested in a Retail Management Career June, Aug. and Alumni. Neisner Brothers, lnc.-BABus. Adm. March, June, Aug. and Alumni. April 25 Burroughs Corporation-BA, MABus. Adm., Math, Comp. Sci. (Acctg.).June, Aug. and Alumni. Davy Power Gas-BS .Engineering !Chem., Structural, Elect. Mech., In strumenti-June and Aug Factory MutualBS -Electr., Chem., Indus., Mech., SMF and Engr. Tech.-Aug. April 30 Coopers & Lybrand-BA or MA Accounting. May l U. S. Navy-Co-op only. May 2 Burroughs Wellcome-B or M-All maiors. Dec., March, June, Aug. and Alumni. Office of the Auditor General State of Florida-B or AA-Accounting. June Alumni. May 3 U.S. Consumer Product Safety Com missionB or M-M.E., E.E., Physics. June and Alumni. May7 Electronic Data Systems-B or M -Al l Catalogues set to be released early in May The 1974-75 USF academic catalogue will be published in e<:rly May but will not refle('.t any changes made in the University fee structure, Frank Spear, director of Publications, saict. Spear said the catalogue is in the galley proof stage anct will not reflect any very recent or future changes. The book is brought up to date to reflect course and curriculum changes made during the last year but is always out of date in some respects when it comes out, he said. majors. August. Florida Probation and Parole-co.op only. May 9 Holly Stores-B or M Bus. Adm., Mkt., Fin., Econ., Lib. Arts. June, Avg. and Alumni. May 10 Marion Labs-Bache!ors-BUsiness, Biology and Chemistry. June, Avg. and Alumni. A A T FOREIGN CAR P AHTS. INC. 9931 FLA. A VE. PH: 933-7897 SPEAKER SEMINAR Most of you are aware that Stereo World has never asked you to buy a piece of equipment because it got a good review by some magazine! 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