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thursdau's Vol. 9 No. 15 ORACLE 12 pages Senate asks data showing pay policies BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Managing Editor The Senate Education Committee, investigating tenure, p r omotion and pay practices at state universities, has requested all nine universities furnish information detailing how and why money is spent within the institutions, a committee staff member said yesterday. USF has prepared a "rough draft" report on the matter which is now being reviewed by Vice President for Finance and Planning Bert Hartley, Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs said last night. Although the material was due to be submitted to state offices in Tallahassee last week, an extension, which expires tomorrow, has been granted, he said. USF WILL forward the report to Board of Regents leaders who will compile the material and forward it to the legislative committee, Riggs said The committee needs the material to review pay raise practices, a staff member said. "What we want is the criteria used to distribute the money within the universities," legislative analyst Ernie Litz said yesterday LITZ SAID he anticipates the committee review of all documents will not be well underway for "some time". He said data gathering will probably continue for about one month. Evidence gathered thus far reflects unfavorably on USF ad ministration practices he said. "They are going to have a lot of trouble no matter what," Litz said Vandals ruin handicap ramp outside UC Hal Stranin was among passers-by who stopped today and stared at sidewalk writing outside the UC. The wet cement was engraved last night by students who marred the pavement to the extent that it will have to be re poured, according to Physical Plant Director Charles Butler. See story on page 3. Oracle photo by Dan Walsh Tenure hearings set BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer The Academic Relations Committee

2-THE ORACLE April 18, 1974 Hearst called 1common criminal' SAN FRANCISCO Patricia Hearst yesterday was charac terized by the U.S. Attorney General as a common criminal and a willing participant in the $10,000 robbery of a bank by her Symbionese Liberation Army kidnapers. Compiled from the news wires of United Press International the families of students shot in the 1970 Kent State violence may press damage suits against National Guardsmen and state officials. station in the capital of Niamey, three days after Kountie toppled the government of President Hamani Diori in a military coup. Atty. Gen. William Saxbe said he has concluded that Patricia was "not a reluctant participant" in the robbery of a branch of the Hibernia bank Monday and like the other participants now is a fugitive. U.S. Attorney James Browning yesterday said a grand jury will have to decide whether Patricia Hearst was a willing participant iri a bank robbery. Nixon not dismayed WASHINGTON President Nixon is "not dismayed or disheartened" by the defeat of a Republican' candidate in Michigan for whom he cam paigned, and would stump for any other GOP contender who invited him, the White House said yesterday. The latest in a series of post-Watergate setbacks for Republicans came Tuesday night in Michigan's 8th Congressional District where J. Bob Traxler scored a solid victory in an area that has elected only one other Democrat to Congress in this century. Stans testifies NEW YORK -A calm, _softspoken Maurice Stans took the witness stand yesterday in his federal conspiracy trial and disputed the testimony of five major prosecution witnesses linking him with influence peddling. The millionaire businessman denied testimony he stipulated the $200,000 contribution to President Nixon's 1972 reelection campaign by in-, ... wire news edited by Sheila Hooper ternational financier Robert L. Vesco was to be made in cash, effectively concealing its source. Simon nominated WASHINGTON -Energy director William Simon was nominated by Pres. Nixon yesterday to replace George P. Shultz as Treasury secretary. Simon's assistant, John C. Sawhill, will succeed to the energy post. Simon, 46, has been doubling since December as head of the Federal Energy Office and as undersecretary of the Treasury. In announcing his promotionsubject to Senate the White House made clear he will not face the wide range of economic responsibilities the President assigned to Shultz. Damage suit okayed WASHINGTON Overturning a lower court decision, the Supreme Court yesterday ruled The 8-0 decision held that an old common Jaw doctrine of executive immunity is only a limited, not an absolute, barrier to personal liability for official actions. Police link shootings SAN FRANCISCO Police said yesterday three or four blacks are believed to have committed the series of random street shootings that claimed an 18th victim Tuesday night. Police mounted the biggest manhunt in the city's history under the code name "Operation Zebra" in the search for the killers. Niger leader speaks COTONOU, Dahomey Lt. Col. Seyni Kountie proclaimed himself Niger's chief of state yesterday and named a 12-man all-military council to run the draught-stricken West African nation. The announcement came in a broadcast by the official radio RIGHT SHOP EVERYTHING FOR THE "l'AVIATION ENTHUSIAST Log Books Flight Cases Portable Radios Cessna Piper Beechcraft Owner Manuals .Headsets Test Books Computers Plotters WAC & Sectional. Charts including Carri bean Head sets and Mikes Sunglasses Most Complete Line of Plastic Scale Models e 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 Sl. Petersburg, Florlda 33732 813-531-3545 Jury indicts Christian "What does the future hold? FLIG:> TALLAHASSEE State Education Comissioner Floyd Christian was indicted yesterday on charges of conspiracy to commit a felony, perjury and soliciting or accepting bribes totalling $79,000 for funneling state contracts to firms con trolled by a friend and former business associate. The grand jury also indicted one other person, but withheld the name until the person is arrested. Christian, who was arrested by Sheriff Raymond Hamlin, asserted his innocence, said a trial will vindicate him and an nounced he will not resign but will take a leave of absence until the trial ends. Traffic reform set TALLAHASSEE The Senate tackled traffic law reform yesterday, passing a series of .bills to "decriminalize" traffic violations and settirig uniform, statewide penalties. The so-called "Florida Uniform Disposition of Traffic Infractions Aet provides for most traffic offe11;;es to be han dled through civil rather than criminal procedings. In other legislative action: .the Senate voted to double Homestead Exemptions for the elder.Jy and disabled. The House Judiciary Subcommittee voted to subpoena Richard Earle, Judicial Qualifications Com mision chairman to ahswer questions about alleged misconduct by state judges. The House passed a revision of the Administrative Procedures A-:t which lawmakers say will help eliminate "phantom goverment" and provide more information about state govern ment activities. Black enrollment up WASHINGTON The number of black law students being trained in predominantly white southern law schools has in creased dramatically since 1969, but there is still a long way to go before their proportions are equal to the black population in their states. A special study sponsored by the Carnegie Corp. of New York said black Jaw student enrollment increased from 22 to 375 between 1969 and 1973 in 17 predominantely white southern law schools. These were 13 state universities and four private schools Duke, Vanderbilt, Tulane and Emory. Teachers sue board APALACHICOLA A teacher's lobbying group has sued the Franklin County School Board. charging violations of the state constitution in refusing to let teachers participate i1;1 policy and budget decisions. Franklin County Education Association President Edward Hines alleged in the suit' that adopting of the school budget without input from teachers violated the right of teachers tc decide what programs an. The Oracle Is the official student-edited newspaper of the University of South Florida and is published four times weekly, Tuesday through Friday, during th 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 ad.vertlsements 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 color, rellglon, sex, age or national origin. The University is an affirmative action Equal Opportunity Employer. necessary and what money will be spent. Andre Ko1e knows!" DEL TA AIRCRAFT CORPORATION No-fault upheld if = TALLAHASSEE-TheFlorida Try a great Supreme Court upheld the bodily injury provision of Florida's 1970 No-fault Insurance law, saying dark ro 0 m the $1,000 threshhold on medical bills is a reasonable exercise of legislative discretion in un clogging court dockets and settling claims quickly. The court threw out one requirement of the bill which had said that persons with medical bills less than $1,000 could sue if II = 11150 N. 30TH ST.; TAMPA, FLA. 33612 they had broken a "weight-5 off dark = ro 0 m re n ta I= scheduled a news conference for Monday and Gov. Reubin Askew said yesterday it "won't come as coupon expires may 30 if he announces for r I! -------------------------------I I I THE ; DEPOT I I I I presents I I the 1974 USF SON GFEST WINNER I I I 1 I 1 CHARLOTTE WILSON 1 I of the 1 I I I (formerly I .II GAME ROOM REAL EYES Vggdras1"ll) II FINE WINES I. I : THUR.-SUN. BUD & MICH ON TAP I I I I corner of Bearss & Nebraska 14985 N. Nebraska I --------------------------------


Oracle photo by Dan Walsh THE ORACLE -April 18, 1974 3 Facility for handicapped ruined by vandal action; reconstruction doubtful Vandals, reportedly USF students, have ruined a newlyfinished access walkway for handicapped students and budgetary restrictions may hinder future construction of such facilities, University of ficals said yesterday. "respect for others," Physical. Piant Director Charles Butler said. "TO ME it's just not much respect" for other students and frankly it's kind of demoralizing, he said. Wallace also said the action was demoralizing. Graffiti marrs concrete outside UC University Police are investigating the incident, Director of Public and Safety Paul Uravich said yesterday. THE INCIDENT occured Tuesday night shortly after Physical Plant workers finished a "handicapped access walk way" adjacent .to the UC, Assistant Vice President for Administration Bob Wallace said. He said vandals then carved names and designs in the soft cement. Tampa 'J Fi::;--J : ... after persons carved markings into wet cement. .Chine5e CuHine_ : ::} Mackey requests Mautz advice ,. Family Style Dinners I Tak Out Orden; Sele cl from romplcte I about release of evaluations Men11 .<.;oups,, .... lntrees, --'i#-BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Managing Editor USF Pres. Cecil Mackey has asked Board of Regents Chairman Marshall Criser and State University System Chancellor Robert Mautz to advise him concerning release of faculty evaluations requested by state legislators investigating tenure policies Mackey also forwarded the letter to presidents of the other eight state universities who have also been asked to give the Senate Education Committee similar documents "I HA VE NO reluctance to make the information contained in faculty evaluations available to the Senate committee for its study and inv e stigation but I have been advised by the University's general counsel that I am prohibited from releasi ng faculty evaluations that have been requested," Mackey s letter states. "Should the Board choose to change its policy or give me specific directions I would then be in a position to react dif ferently to the Senate committee's r e qu est." Mackey told Mautz and Criser he met with Sen. Robert Graham, D-Miami Lakes, who is chairman or th e S enate committee a nd told him U niversity Gen eral Counsel Trial fund plan eyed If a proposed pilot proj ect granting budgetary indep e nd e nc e to th e University of West Florida is successful each institution in the State University System may b e granted financial semi-autonomy, said William Hendricks, assistant to the ex ec utiv e vice chance llor o f th e Board of Regents. The bill, by Rep. Grover Robinson, D-Pensacola, was referred to the Sen a t e Governmental Operation s committee last week after having been passed unanimously by th e Hous e It provid e s for a two-year pilot project at West Florida during which th e s c hool will be relatively fr e e to do with its budget allocation as it ple a ses. Originally proposed by UWF President Dr. Harold C rosby th e plan is to grant the univerity its normal one-t we lfth of th e SUS operating budget, minus an anticipated savings of two p e r c e nt to see if the school can operate at a savings. Vets will meet to discuss bills The Veterans Awareness Council Program will meet tomorrow frorn 2-3 p.m in UC 203 to conduct a legislative letter writing campaign "in support of three important veterans' bills," Luis G. Canino, council publicity director, said The first bill, which Canino said was the most important, would create a department of Vertans Affairs and transfer the division of Veterans affairs to the department of Community Affairs Canino said the second bill would provide a waiver of specified fees at public educaional institutions for certain veterans. "These certain vets would be those with 180 active days of duty or more," Canino said. Larry Robinson had advised against release of the documents. Mackey said he also told a committee staff member of Robinson's opinio:-"It was made ciear to the Senate staff member that the University would be happy to release the information if the individual faculty members themselves wanted the e valuations released and that such a procedure would be in line with the policy adopted by the Board of Regents," Mackey wrote the state education lead e rs. i \'li\UTZ COULD take charge of the documents, Mackey suggested. "If th e C hanc e llor feels th a t it would be appropriate on his part. h e could, I a ss um e r e qu est the Unive rsit y to s uppl y him w ith fac ult y eva luatiori s in th e normal course o f his r evie w o f the Univ l'r sity d ec i s ion s and at that p o int. h e would b e in a position to make his own d ec i s ion a s to whe th e r or not to r e l ease th e indi v idual facult y e v alua tions se e kin g furth e r a dvice of c ounsel should he so c hoos e. M a ckey wrote. Maut z and Cris e r are e xpe c t e d to receive th e l e tt e r tod a y. "The men just got through with it about six (p m ) and here they come tearing it up Wallace said. "I don t think a wheelchair would be able to get over it and i t might cause a blind person to stumble." The incident shows a lack of ;e [ I OJMn 4 12 Sun. 1-10 ff 07 BUS Cerwin-Veria v So w e d on't mind b e ing called outrageous Because the way we figur e it, what' s o utrageou s t o d a y just might be industry s1.1nJ.:ird tom o rrow Only at 4812 E. BUSCH BLVD. PH. 988-7059


4-THE ORACLE April 18, 1974 Discount could offset tuition PAY TUITION HERE "WILL THAT BE CASH OR CHA RG-E ? A tuition discount for students who pay for their studies with cash instead of credit cards may be one way to offset the proposed pay-by-the-hour Board of Regents dnesday Monday noon for Thursday, Tuesday noon for Friday. Deadlines extended without proof. Classlfled ads taken 8 a m noon two days before publlcallon In person or by mall with payment enclosed. Advertising rates on request, 974-2620, Monday through Friday, f. a.m.-5 p.m. Stories and pictures of interest to students may be submitted to the Oracla In LAN 469 or the su;gesllon boxes In the Library and UC Bello infers hidden motive Editor : I read with great interest Diana Gibson s letter praising the efficiency of the University Police On October 19, 1973 I witnessed what could be called a "reverse" incident. It involved one of the cashiers at the University Police Station harassing, dPmeaning and, finally, driving to tears a female student attempting to pay her ticket. I reported the incident to Chief Paul Uravich by letter, but to this date, I have not heard from him Of course, this incident involved a student being harassed a common practice of the University Police and evidently not worthy of a reply, comment or acknowledgement. If Diana Gibson's complaint was treated so efficiently by the University Police there must have been some ulterior motive. I. Bello Interim Lecturer Natural Science letters polity '.fhe Oracle welcomes letters to the editor Qn all topics. All letters must be signed and include the writer's student classification and telephone number. This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of $148,696.45 or 9c per copy, to disseminate news to the students, staff and faculty of the University of South Florida. manifold and complex. This letter is not intended as a defense of the Center or the people behind its operation. It is only an attempt to inform the students that work on improvement is being undertaken by SG and particularly the Student Senate Committee on Academic Affairs, Of which I have recently been elected chairperson. Last year's chairperson, Richard Sarafan, directed an in-depth study of the Textbook Center. As a result of the investigation, the committee put forth a list of recommended changes in the Center's operation. It is my job to see that the improvements are implemented and to continue seeking areas in the Center which require the attention of the Academic Affairs Committee. I invite Jones and any other interested students to obtain my telephone number from the SG office

DOONESBURY 4-18 YOU SH, 1HE ANXIETY Bl/It/JS tlP ANO t/P, ANO TllE PR!/R !3CCOME51/N8cARABlC AS YOf/ WAIT OAY PAY AFTE!<. OAY, td in l11lori11g m e n through the Proh;1tio11 ;111d Parol e Center of Tampa v;111 contact member s of I.he 1 \lpli ; 1 Phi i\ l pha fraterni ty or i\lpli;1 Kappa i\ lpha s orority. The session s arc held cv1r y Monday from 7 9 p.m. a t th; : Parole Ce nt e r. Nominations set Nomin a tion s arc s till b eing acc epted for the Alumni Associa tion 's Outstanding Senior Award No min;:ition s can h e submitte d to the Development Office, ADM l09, from 9 a m. to:) p.rn will be fro m !l a.m.--noon in UC 252. h e said. i\l'ler the seminar th e students will tour the campus he s aid. 4 10 N DALE MABRY Part s and Accessories For All Foreign Cars 876-7021 Donald Beeman was a top executive with a $9,000 sports car, a penthouse and a terrific blonde ... Then he found happin ess. STAl1111NG f,111 J ORSON WELLES p:, IA!! Ill I P .'.ANll llU Fri April 19, Sat. April 20 7:30 & 9:30 Sunday April 21 EN A $1"00 7:00 & 9:00 Film Art Series Concerning ROTC on campus, Riggs said there is "to m y knowlege not a big student demand a nd ROTC is an op portunity for those students who want to take advantage of it to do so." "The proposal is of s u ch a nature that I w ill have to do some research into the state rules and regulations on Career Service employees," he said. :Kin Lear of splendorgand shock! Bravely conceived ... magnificently acted!" --Yi11ccnf Canby, N. Y Times "This 'Lear' is drama of the highest order! What a movie Brook has made!" -.ludiih Cris New )ork \l:lgaz m(" "This 'King Lear' is triumphant! An epic film ... an heroic film!" Gene Shali1, NBC-T\" "The most notable 'Lear' of our time ... Dynamic!" -..\rihur Kni!(}ll, Sa1unfoy Review "A maskrpiece! ... a shattering dra1natic experience."_ charlcs Champlin. -L.A. Times "Sheer power? ... a work of art not to be nlissed.".Knin Kelly, Boaon G l o hc "A film of real poetry and po,ver !'' hick Kroll. PAUL SCOFIELD PETER BROOK' S SHAKESPEARfS King Lear iRENE WORTH [Qfl ONE DAY ONLY! Thursday April 18 USF Film Art Series 2:30, 5:00, 7:30, 10:00p.m. Admission $1.50 Students $1.00 TODD THEATRE


6 -THE ORACLE April 18, 1974 1Klng Lear' worth 137 mlnutes BY .JEFF STRANGE Oracle Entertainment Writer If yo u have a spare 137 minutes today. stop by the Todd Theatre at 3 2:30, 5, 7:30 or 10 p .m. and see King Lear". The Shakespearean play made into a movi e i s part of t h e Film Art Series coordinated by Dale Rose. Rose said the film is being s hown at the Todd since USF's curfew prohibits late weekday films a n d the off-campus t heater a llow s more showi n gs. THE FILM is directed by Peter Brook who is known for making theatrical films with Paul Photo furnished King Lear is portrayed by Paul Scofield ... the film shows four times today at the Todd Scof i e ld (who p lays Lear) and others. Filmed in northern Denmark, th e movie i s in black and white for realistic effects and to b e tter s how Lear's rages of emotion and passion," Brook said. In the film King Lear of Britan wants to give up his thron e and kingdoms to his d aughte r s a fter they give a declaration of th eir lov e for him The o ldest two g ive flowering speeches (full of lies) while Corde lia the yo ungest says nothing so angering her father that h e banishes h e r from the land. When the Earl of Kent protests, the King banishes him also.

Photos furnished Poco playing Poco (above) will ap'>ear in concert 'Yith King Crimson and Robin Trower (left), Friday at Curtis Hixon Hall. The show begins at 7: 30 p.m. and tidkets are available at Rasputins, the Music Library and Budget Tapes in Tampa. THE ORACLE -April 18, 1974 7 Lord shOVl(S tapes in 'Image' lecture The Qtr. 3 "Future of the Image" Lecture Series begins tonight at / p.m. with a lecture by Chip Lord of San Francicsco. The "Image" series, which is made possible under a grant Cr,;m the National Endowmant for 1.he Arts, will feature seven guest visual artists this quarter, Stan Vanderbeek, series director, said. Lord, who is publisher of the book "InflatacookbookJ and a member of the TV crew which filmed the 1972 political conventions, will show some tapes and works from the video commune "Ant Farm" tonight. This evening's lecture is in F AH 101 and a seminar will be held Friday at 9 a.m. in FAH 278. HAIR STYLING AND REGULAR CUTS NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY TERRACE VIL.L.AGE SHOPPING COMPLEX PHONE 988-8253 10930 N. 56TH STREET TEMPLE TERRACE, FL.A. Thursday, Friday & Saturday Amanda Jones Rock & Roll lOC Draft Beer Tonight 8-9p.m. Women Free Adm. Mi Back Yard 6902 N. 4-0th St. 18 plan canoe trip School Kids Records BY MARCIA SHANBERG Oracle Feature Editor Eighteen students and faculty members will visit a ghost town and a commune built in 1890 as part of an Outward Bound sponsored canoe trip on the Esotero River this weekend. Outward Bound is a program sponsored by The USF-based South Florida Educational Planning Council. THE TRIP'S main purpose is to provide a "leadership training experience" so students will be able to conduct similar ex pedi lions with high school students, Dr. William Dan nenburg, executive director of the Council, said. "We will secure our food, make our camp and do whatever we're going to do in the way of ex ploratory work," he said. Not only education majors but biology and mass communication majors as well as one sophomore who has not yet declared a major, will make the trip, he said. Cousteau films at Bay Campus Jaques Cousteau's film "Coral Jungle" will be shown Friday at 8 p.m. in the Bay Campus auditorium. Cousteau explores the coral community and gives an un dersea close-up of the sometimes tranquil. sometimes savage reef waters. Also showing is the Academy Award-winning film short "The Golden Fish." Produced by Cousteau. the story i s about a small goldfish. a young hoy and a large. hungry alley cat. AMONG THE beneficial effects of this type of learning ex perience, Dannenburg said. may be improvement of interpersonal relations, ability to cope with stress, realization people can deal with situations as they occur and ability to deal with the generation gap. The canoe trip, a co-operative project of the Physical Education Department, Student Affairs, the College of Education, and the South Florida Educational Planning Council, is an attempt to "get away from the bigness and impersonality of learning," he said. "Human growth and development, that's what we're really about," he said.-Zbar gives occult talk Occult traditions which Western society has inherited from the Greeks and Romans will be discussed today when Dr. Flora Zbar presents "Occultism in the Ancient World" at 8 p.m. in LAN 461. An assistant professor of English Zbar currently teaches classical mythology. Her lecture will deal mainly with super stitions and traditions like the were wolf theory --which Westerners have adapted from ancient myths. Th ere is no admission for Zbar's talk. which is sponsored by the Classical Lea g ue and open to the public. We guarantee the lowest prices in Tampa Most albums are $3.79 New releases in stock now: LYNYRD SKYNYRD NEW RIDERS ARGENT MOTT THE HOOPLE BLUE OYSTER CULT ALBERT KING BOB SEGER New Location: 11156 N. 30th St. "Second Helping'' "Home,Home on the Road" "Nexus" "The Hoople" "Secret Trasties" "I Wanna Get Funky" "Seven" Hours: Mon.-Fri. Noon-9p.m. (NEXT TO BURGER KING) Sat. Noon-7p.m. Phone: 971-4930


8-THE 0 RAC LE sports April 18, 1974 Tennis team readies for heavy slate What should prove to be a long weekend for USF's men's tennis squad begins today with a 2 p.m. match against Cumberland College. Tomorrow Tampa is scheduled to play on the Andros courts, with Vanderbilt here Saturday and Florida State Monday. "WE'RE NOT GOING to have much rest," said Coach Spaff Taylor, .who sent his squad through a light workout yesterday. "It would be nice if the Florida State match was Tuesday instead of Monday Although Taylor said he isn't overlooking any matches, he said today s contest doesn't "look like much trouble." Having juggled his doubles lineup in the previous three matches, Taylor said an injury to Carlos Alvarado has necessitated a change in the singles. "CARLOS HAS A SORE ankle," explained Taylor, "and we decided to give him a rest so he'll be better prepared for the weekend." Taylor said he'll use Griff Lamkin in the sixth spot against Cumberland, with the remainder of the lineup, except top seed Oscar Olea, moving up a notch The doubles situation, said Taylor, depends on the outcome of singles play "I DON'T THINK Oscar and Carlos will play doubles," he said of USF's number one doubles team. "It depnds on whether or_,.. not we have a good lead." Both Cumberland and USF have met Tampa this season, the Brahmans winning in the fall, while Cumberland recently fell to the Spartans, 9-0. "I look for Tampa to be an improved team over what it was in the fall," Taylor said of Friday's opponent. Marathon event set by cyclists A 100-mile bike ride to Dade City. jointly sponsored by USF' s Bicycle Club and the St. Peter sburg Bicycle Club, is scheduled Sundav. The event called "The Florida Hilly Hundred begins at 9 a.m. and. will last all day, Dr. Jesse Binford faculty advisor to USF's club said The tour is open to all students Anyone interested in participating should contact Ken Kelly at 971-2439. Students wishing to join USF's Bicycle Club are invited to attend its meetings, held Fridays at 2 p.m. in the UC. USF takes title, trys for another BY RINDY WEATHERLY Oracle Sports Writer A rematch with defending state champion Flagler College could be in store for USF's women's softball team as the Florida Senior College Invitational Tournament begins in St. Petersburg today. The Brahmisses, whose only loss was a 20-12 setback at the hands of the Flagler girls earlier this season, ran their record to 10-1 with a first place finish in the Sun Coast Women's Intercollegiate Athletic League

Plummeting nine felled again, 2-0 BY PAM JONES Oracle Sports Writer They say it's always darkest before the dawn, and for the Brahman baseball team that can only mean that the sun will be shining soon Yesterday afternoon, USF's diamondmen were shut out for the first time in two years, falling to the Tritons of Eckerd College 2-0. "THEIR PITCHER did a real good job, commented Assistant Coach Jeff Davis. "He kept the ball around the plate all day and he changed speeds when he needed to. "I can't. feel too bad about the loss," Davis said. "I thought we did a good job. Defensively, we Mark Vergason ... shines defensively RHE USF 000 000 000-0 4 2 Eckerd 001 000 OlX-2 8 2 WP-Saleski, LP-Keller. played a good game. Mark Vergason made some great plays at shortstop and Tommy Guess looked real good on the double play in the first inning." Offensively, things weren't quite as bright for the Brahmans. Second baseman Glenn Alvarez came up with two hits, a double in the first and a single in the third while designated hitter Bill Eerkes and third baseman Tony Rizzo picked up the team's only other two hits. "WE HAD MEN on base early in the game, but w e just couldn't get them in" the assistant coac i said. "We just didn t get the breaks in the game. "Eckerd played good defense and they took advantage of our error in the third," said Davis. That error moved a Triton runner rnto scoring position, and led to their first run. Starting pitcher Jay Keller w ent seven-and-two thirds in nings for the Brahmans, giving up both runs. before surrendering the mound to reliever Joe Loma sc olo. FHIDA Y. TllE Brahmans face crosstown rivals. th e Spartans of Tampa. "Tampa U.'s going to be tough," Davis said. They ll be up for us." ------lntramurals-------Buds protest game The final score showed Mass Confusion downing the Buds 11-7 in yesterday's intramural soft ball play But the Buds plan to challenge the outcome today, as they played the game under protest, saying Mass Confusion used an ineligible player. Oracl e photo hy Doc Pilrker i {.l J. r u. n. '.:_ : r Mass Confusion collected 21 hits in the disputed contest, offsetting home runs by the Buds' Eric Kohnsberg and Tim Robbie IN A PAIR of one-run affairs, Beta 4 West had to rely on a two run seventh to beat Alpha 3 West 9-8, whi l e Sigma Alpha Epsilon scored early and held on to defeat Sigm a Nu, 6-5. It took a nine run fifth inning for Beta 3 West to get past Beta Ground 13-6 as Greg Nooney pick ed up the victory. Eta II also enjoyed a high scoring fifth totaling 1 2 runs. as it crushed Iota III, 1:3-9. Sl'ECTi\CllLAH 10 FOLLOWED the high scoring parade, using a six run fourth and five run sixth to wallop Pie Kappa Payote, l!l 10. Hich Bistritz, Bob Burfeinclt and Charley Smith sh ared hitting honor s for Spectacul a r 10. Fat C hanc e spread its u; runs throughout the game, but th e effect was the same, as it dumped th e Ball Boys, lli -10. Horne runs for Fat Chance were provided by :'hil M cN iff Ru ss Hoyt and Rick Pierce. Th e game was high s coring but close as Beta 2 West outs lugg ed !Ma I East, 1917. Good Question found the Zap Cre atures easier opponents as they c h a lked up a 9 -:i v ictor y BCM picked up a win com oli111

10 -THE ORACLE New poll mulled Senate eyes voting Oracle photo by Barb The Career Services Senate may declare its 1974 officers' election "null and void" as a result of a mistake in vote tabulation. Senator Nancy Hampton made a motion to that effect in yesterday's Senate meeting and further moved new elections be held. Her motion was tabled and will be reconsidered at the next regular meeting. Cadre starts rap group programs Rap Cadre is beginning a program of encounter and rap groups to be conducted on a weekly basis, Program Manager Anne Skelley said yesterday. Phyllis Hamm, far right, is attentive ... as fellow senators discuss possible elections. "We hope to be starting this week," Skelley said. Anyone interested in participating can sign up in AOC 211, call 974-2767 or contact Gary Hanks in AOC 218, she said. UP net property THE ENCOUNTER groups will be held Mondays from 11 a.m to 12:30 p.m. in AOC 218, Skelley said. The rap groups meet Fridays from 3:45 to 5:15 p.m. in the same room. valued at $200 BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer The April 8 apprehension of two juveniles attempting to break into gym lockers has resulted in the recovery of property valued at $200, University Police

( t: 1.4 A S I It A It ) { HELP WANTED ) I SERVICES'OfFERED I c AUTOMOTIVE ] SUMMER positions Mass. boys' camp has openings for gen. counselors, music, science ham radio, tennis, g.olf, swim m i ng, etc. Interviews Thurs Apr. 18-Sign tor appt.-Stud. Empl. ADM 150 CAN YOU QUALIFY FOR CWSP WORK? Responsible office help needed. Contact Philosophy Department, x-2454 LAN 259. WANTED-student to do housekeeping in private home twice a month or possibly once a week, 9. Day of week flexible. Call 935-1357 evenings. COUNTER help wanted. Experienced preferred. 11to2 Mon. thru Fri. Also 11 to 5 Mon. thru Fri. Apply in person-Dairy Queen at Temple Terrace 10830 N. 56 St. INSTANT BREAD! lnstantworkandpayon the days that suit you We need laborers and warehouse workers. Days and evenings. Just stop by our office at 6:30 a.m. on the day you need to work. HANDY ANDY, 1733 W. Kennedy. WANTED-Motorcycle Mech. w-extensive experience in 2 & 4 cycle engines. Make som e easy mon e y in your spare time wpotential for future profits. Call evenings 988-2081 or 988-0f28. ( LOST & FOUND l LOST: All black Labrador Retriever without collar. Last seen around Busch Gardens. Please call 988-0519 alter 5 p .m., ii seen or found. LOST-Texas Instruments SR-10, i n LIF 101 B (Zoo-321). Case has pocket clip broken. Reward for return or information l eading to recovery. Contact Dave Neilphone 634 1797. FOUND-10 mo. old Black & silver male German Shepherd wearing brown collar with silver studs. Between USF & Busch Gardens. Call 988-4210. r MUSICAL J MARTIN D ACOUSTIC GUITAR Cost S600.00, will sell for $425.00. Call Hank 872-2755 before 5:00, 971 after 6:00. GIBSON BASS EB-3 w-plush case. 3 pos. switch, rewired for maximum BASS quality. Must see and hear to appreciate. Must sell. best offer. Evenings-Bob 974-6368, 69 Room 425, leave message. 2 GUITARS for sale. One nylon, one steel string. Both in new condition. Both with cases. Make offer, Bob-971-9365. :c MOBILE HOMES l 12x60. Like new. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, CH-A, fully carpeted, stove, washer, refrigerator anchored. Near USF. S4,000, refinance or buy equity and take over payments. 9327100 after 5. WOODED LOT for mobile home, 5 min. from USF, $50 monthly, includes water, sewer. Quiet beautiful, boat ramp, fishing. Call Bob 988-4085. FOR SALE-1973 trailer 12'x65'. 2 bdr. furnished. On lot in trailer park, 3 miles east of USF off Fowler. Call 988-1360. I FOR RENT J 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. '-A. :'J\ANCHA DOS, Tampa's only stuocnt apt. complex. $72-90 per month. 1 bloc from campus on 42nd St. 971-0100. 71/ 2 MINUTES FROM USF New 2 br, w-w carpet, central heat and air, drapes, furnished! $180. Phone 988-5263 days or 988-5614 evenings& wkends. ( REAL ESTATE J 90' ALAFIA Riverlront-C.B. 2 bdrm, 1'12 bath home. 15 min. to Temple Terrace. S45,000. 5 acres for trailer or home; l!:z acre homesite wooded-$5,500; 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. $41,000. 933-1944. BR 11 11 bath townhouse; ww carpet, central heat & air, fenced backyard screened porch, corner lot, 2 miles from USF. Call 974-2711 ext. 46 after 5 p.m. CALL 988-4963. I TYPING, Fast, Neat, Accurate, Exp. Turabian IBM Correctfve Selectric. Carbon ribbon. Pica or Elite. All types of work. Close to USF. 988-0836 Lucy Wllsoh. FAST accurate typing service. 48 hr. service in most instances. 2 min. from USF. Betwe.en 8 :30 and 5:00 call 879-7222 ext. 238. Aifter 6:00 c;ill 988-3435. Ask for Liz. SPECIALfZEDTYPIST IBM CORRECTING Selectric, carbon ribbon, pica or elite. Greek symbols. Exp. Turabian, Campbell, ,APA, etc. 5 min. from USF. Nina Schiro, 971-2139. II no answer, 235-3261. EVE CO now offers USF students 20 per cent off on all mobile home supplies, and labor. Skirting starting from $99.95. Patio Porch 10'x20' white w-any color trim $159.95 Anchors installed for $9.95. 985-3072. CANOE RENTALS by day or week. 935-0018. r: : PERSONAL,: ) PART German Shepherd & part Collie puppies. 4 weeks old. Are looking for a good home. Please call 254-7591 evenings or contact Dr. Artzybushev LAN 291. LlATE MATCHING service. It's a simple, inexpe ns ive and fun way to get acquain ted. For complete information, application, write New Friends, P.O. Box 22693, Tampa, Florida 33622. LUNCH OR DINNER 2FOR1 While they last. Enjoy 15 complimentary meals at the Purple Jester Lounge, Busch Blvd. Membershi p card S12.00. Good 7 days a week except some holidays. Great for groups. Contact the Windjammer Sailing Club or call 986-3072 or 985 Frank C. Everts Dinner Club of America DON'T LOSE OUT-CALL NOW. SEAC Quarter 3 Photo Contest entry forms available at SEAC office rm 222. Deadline April 25 at noon. All entries submitted to CTR 227. Studenl s. stall, faculty eligible. FOR PEOPLE who have difficulty asserting themselves with others there will be a group in SELF-ASSERTION training offered thru the Counseling Center. Contact Dr. Mike L illibridge at 974-2832. ACADEMIC CREDIT FOR SUMMEF> EXPERIENCES. Going abroad or engaged in other educational experiences this summer? Contact us about aca d emic credit. Qtr. 4 application deadline May 24. Oft -Campus Term Prog., FAO 122, 2536. Orientation sessions M, W, F at 2 p.m. in FAO lOON. Qtr. 4 enrollment in OCT limited because of large numbers so act NOW. See ad in TRAVEL also. "71'' MGB, new metallic paint, new tires, radio and heater. Great condition 28 mpg and over. Asking $2,235 Call 971. 1970 OPEL Kade!!, four speed, carpet, tape deck, .25 MPG. Sl, 100 or best offer. Call Marcia, 974-6254 (5) rm. 212. 1959 CHEVY, 6 cylinder stick. Good body, tires, & running condition. $130 firm. 977-5417 alter 5 :00 p.m. CHEVY "69" Convertible 4-speed Hurst. New clutch: Good engine, tires, 2 stereo headphones, hook-up $695. Was 5995, or will trade for boat or dirtbike. Call 9863072, 985-1785, 985-2968 alter 5. '72 CAPRI V6, 2600, 4-speed, decor group style wheels, $2,200. Call 258-2121. FOR SALE: '68 Chevy Van Camper. Good condition Sl,095 Call 988-5064. FACULTY owned-1971 Ford Econoline Van, turtle top camper, fully equipped, like new, 17,000 miles, $3,200. 988-8818, after 6 p .m. TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES I EU ROPE-ISRAEL-AFRICA Travel discounts year-round. Student Air Travel Agency, Inc. 201 Allen Rd. Suite 410, Atlanta, Ga. 30328 (404) 256-4258. SUMMER URBAN SURVIVAL PROJECT, New York City. 2 months in Times Square. Intense, in-depth urban experience. Full credit. Off-Campus Term Prog., FAO 122, 2536. See ad in PERSONAL also. GO WHERE THE CROWDS DON'T KNOW! 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 DO MORE than you could ever do by yourself. Trai l Blazers: TOLL FREE 800223-5586. [ MISC, FOR SALE J 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. PERFECT color Panasoni c 12 in $300. 9712727. Contessa 5 string Banjo. S120. 9712727. GARY' S Medusa Imports Presents Ecuador & P eru Hand Embroidered shirts and blouses. Cool casual short sleeve originals. S9 S 14. Corne r of Fletcher & 30th St. T & Th afternoons 2-5. RALIEGH Grand Prix. 2512 frame, alloy sun-tour derailler, bar end shifters, bugger bag, lights, close ratio freewheel, toe-clips. S155. 9887091. LUTHERAN WORSHIP By Popular Demand, Worship is Noon SUNDAYS at the Episcopal Center on SOth Street for Information, call 988-4025 Fraternity House Barbershop (Sebring Certified) (Unisex Shop) SHAGS STYLING LA YER CUTS RAZOR CUTS PH-971-3633 Appointments Available Hours daily 9-6 thurs.&fri .9-7-00 13520 u N IVERSrrv PLAZA & 4803 Busch Blvd. THE ORACLE -April 18, 1974 TV, RADIO, STEREO APTS. & HOUSES TO SHARE 11 I SACRIFICE-Two SP75 Fisher 3 way SPEAKERS, two weeks old, pai d $360 asking $220-Also GAF SU PER 8 movie projector almost new $40-8 Deck $35 Call evenings 971-8808. WE'RE looking for a girl with her head together to share our house on the Hillsborough River near 40th St. Neat, private room with carpeting & phone. No hassles-$56.25 per month + '14 utilities. Call Suzie, Mark or Duane 239-9114. DON'T pay the high mail order prices. Theive's Warehouse of Tampa. 1531 S Dale Mabry. 254-7561. FEMALE Roommate needed immediatelv for 2 bedroom apt. Air cond., pool. $87.50 per mo. 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12 -THE ORACLE Oracle photo by Barb Montgomery Student Senate requests tax deductible educBtion The SG senate voted Tuesday night lo send letters "respec tively urging" Florida Senators and Representatives to "seriously consider, support and introduce legislation in their respectiv e Houses that would make educational tuition up to $500 tax d ed uctible. The resolution was introduced by Senators Jonathan W e iss and Richard Sarafan who suggested letters also be sent to the National Committee for the Tax Deduction of Tuition Fees, USF Pres. Cecil Mackey and Vice President for Student Affairs Joe Howell Univer s ity wide committees or "at the very lea st" be notified as to who is se rving on the num e rous committees, Sarafan said. @>@x I ...------_.... In addition to regular GI Bill benefits, the Vi\ offer s extra financial hcl11 for VA students who arc having difficulty with any of their courses. A vet need not be presently failing, but only feel that he will be in jeopardy of successfully completing a course or courses. Senator Lucy De La Cruz, 3DUS, listens ... as tax deductible tuition is debated by students The senate also passed a resolution requesting SG At torney General Steve Johnson take "appropriate actions to guarntee the constitutional rights of students pertaining in this case to the right to petition. "This is a very serious issue", John Husfield said in regard to his being refused by Deans Howard Dye of Business and Philip Rice of Lan-Lit to set up tables in the named colleges in order to obtain signatures at "Dump Mackey" tables. The resolution, which was introduced by Senators Husfield and Jim Sabo, was passed by roll call vote. Up to $450 in allotments of no more than $50 per m onth is available to every GI Bill student who is registered for a half time load or greater. Tutorial assistance may be used at any time or various times through out a student's education program under the GI Bill, until $450 has been used. Veterans are encouraged to be a Vet-to-Vet tutor and should consider the fields in which they are proficient to tutor. In addition to helping a fellow vet, the tutor has a chance to improve his interpersonal relationship among other vets and earn extra income. Busy woman directs new radio program The Sena tors objected to passage of four resolutions two of which were tabled. Application for VA tutorial assistance can be made through the Office of Veterans Affairs at the Tampa or St. Pete Campus. Locating a tutor may be done by the student, or at his request by the OVA. School approval on the VA tutorial application is done by Bob Jett, OVA Director on the Tampa IW STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writer A mighty busy woman. Yvonne Harris, the newly hired technical assistant in broadcasting works a 40-hour week at WUSF, is a weekend member of the Army reserves and the mother of a nine-year-old daughter. This quarter Harris has begun work on what she calls her "initial effort with the radio". "AFHO INTl<:RCOM is a magazine type radio program," Harris said. "The program is variety, history, conversations, provocative topics for discussion a11d inten; iews with everyday people .. people who are not businessmen or politicians, she said Afro Intercom will also feature jazz music "'interwoven with all these other things" Harris said. A graduak of Savannah State College Harris. taught high school English in Tampa for six years. While attending Savanriah stale. Harris said she was in volved in the civil rights movement of the early '60's as a member of the "non-violent and training session" of the Southern Christian Leadership Council (SCLC) under the lat-e Martin Luther King Jr. "I participated in a few boycotts and demonstrations until school officials said any student arrested would be kicked out of school," she said HARRIS SAID she became involved with broadcasting while working for the city of Tampa as a Human Relations specialist. While working on radio and television production for the city and she became a "weekender" at Tampa radio station WTMP, doing news programs and weekerid work. ."I wanted to get into broad casting full time," Harris said, and after working parttime at WUSF Qtr 2 while attending classes full time, she got what she wanted After Afro Intercom, which will be aired in late May or early June, Harris said she plans working with members of the USF Women's Studies Depart-ment and together they are "projecting getting courses for Your Open University CYOUJ on WUSF." A mighty busy woman. The Senate passed a bill calling for it to have "some input" on who is appointed to the J.B.L. 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! We put very little faith in such reviews, especially as a means to sell our product! Not to mention the fact that we've never seen a bad review of anything! Reviews have one primary purpose-to instigate a sale! This Friday and Saturday, JBL & Stereo World will present and explain all theories and types of present day loudspeaker systems. JBL representatives, as well as our own technical advisers, will answer any questions you have concerning audio reproduction. Free refreshments, free tape, speaker production films, and of course-you'll hear the JBL speakers-(which need no reviews to be sold). JBL Speakers Seminar this Friday & Saturday Only at Stereo World, 5 blocks East of Busch Gardens. 988-7059 world 4812 E. BUSCH BLVD. PH. 988-7059


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