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The oracle
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The Oracle (Tampa, Fla)
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Wickstrom, Valerie ( Editor )
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Published history is Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 6, 1966) -- Vol. 23, no. 144 (Oct. 22, 1987)

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New College offers campus BY RUSSELL MANLEY Oracle Staff Writer The Board of Regents (BOR) yesterday asked for further negotiations on the possibility of State University System (SUS) expansion at Eckerd College and discussed a similar proposal submitted from New College in Sarasota. The Eckerd proposal would involve public and private universities existing on the same campus, with Eckerd deeding its land to the SUS but maintaining a lease on 40 to 60 per cent of the land for the private college's use NEW COLLEGE has offered to commit its facilities and faculty completely to the SUS. "Their offer is a little broader than Eckerd's," BOR Facilities Committee Chairman Fred Parker said. "They are offering, in effect, to transfer all their property to us if we will assume their liabilities, which aren' t that great." PARKER SAID expansion plans involve establishing a branch of USF, rather than a new university "I don t think we've ever considered anything else," he said. Eckerd Pres. Dr Billy Wireman, ;who has said he would favor creating a new university at Eckerd, said yesterday the involvement of USF is now a "stated possibility." "The dominant idea now seems to be establishing a new USF branch," he said. "We spoke of that for the first time when the Facilities Committee people visited here last Friday." "It has been and still is the position of our board of trustees that Eckerd College maintain its identity, even if it does become the site of SUS expansion," Wireman said. PARKER SAID his committee will try to submit an expansion proposal when the BOR meets again on fylay 27. Learning the hard way Parker said members of his committee will hold further meetings with Eckerd representatives and will investigate other proposed methods of ex pansion. "In all we have five offers for expansion," he said "We have three donation s of land and the two from Eckerd and New Colleges. Any one or combination could be chosen as the expansion site." "We will be going down to New College as well as meeting with the Eckerd trustees once again," he said. "I plan to set up these meetings as soon as possible." Parker indicated USF Pres. Cecil Mackey's proposal for two USF branches in Pinellas County has not been ruled out. "We're considering all the possibilities on the basis of all the land offers we've received." A pupil learns a lesson the audience will never forget in USF's production of Ionesco's "The Lesson." Above, Cris Harding and Robert Rodriguez have a pupil teacher conference and below they are joined by Yvonne Darrin. See review on page 8. Oracle photos by Barb Montgomery tutsday's ORACLE May 7, 1974 Vol. 9 No. 25 12 pages Greased-up Photo by Jeff Scarborough Members of a "street gang" who would on l y identify themselves as the Pharoahs (pronounced Fay-rows), highlighted and posed for this picture at the ArgosAndros Planning Council's '50's dance Friday at Argos Center. USF sues former prof, equal employment council BY S:\!\DIL\ WRIGHT Oracle i\lanaging Editor USF' yes terday filed suit aga inst both th e Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOCl and former University assistant professor Edward McDonald. McDonald. who unsuccessfully sued USF' after he c laim ed h e was "coe rced into resigning in 1972, has sought to e nlist EEOC aid in investigating his case. USF' Pres. Cecil Mackey, in a letter mailed yesterday to State University Chancellor Robert Mautz. called McDonald's action possibl e legal "harrassme nt." ":\T THE BEST. the commitmen t of personnel time and U niv ersity (St a tel resources is very debilitating and deverts resourees and e n ergy from the pursuit of the Unive rsit y's mission. Mackey told Mautz. '"At worst it is harassment and oppr es swn l\1cDonald r e signed amid a controve r sy con c erning all e ged morals charges USF officia l s l eveled against him. He contended in court h e was "coerced.. to resign by Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs who h e said accused him of "having a ppro ached a young girl." The University however has said McDonald was given t he option of quitting or submitting to a for mal hearing to determine whether his contract should be renew ed. USF officials, during testimony, h ave said the charges against McDonald include morals accusations and incompetence. i\lcDO!'\ALD, a black whose lawsuit charged Mackey with racial bias, has sought to withdraw his allegedly forced resignation. But after this legal tactic proved unsuccessful he asked the EEOC to invest igate USF'. University General Counsel Larry Robinson last night said the USF' lawsuit if successful will restrain McDonald and the EEOC from taking further action in this case. Further action ac cording to l\1ackey. is unn ecessa ry. '"We have consistently cooperate d with all the a gencies that have jurisdiction in all these in vestigations. Mackey told Mautz in his letter. "It is when essentially the same charges are repeatedly invest igated by multiple agencies that we believe an unreasonable burden has been imposed on the University .'' McDonald was unavailable for comment.

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2 -THE ORACLE May 7, 1974 Sirica grants proceedings delay WASHINGTON U.S. District Judge John Sirica yesterday granted a five-day delay in the legal proceedings over the subpoena of Pres. Nixon's Watergate tape recordings for discussions "leading to possible compliance with the subpoena." Compiled from the news wires of United Press International Responses by special prosecutor Leon Jaworski and the White House had been due yesterday on a White House motion to quash Jaworski's subpoena of 64 recorded con versations. Kissinger plans visit JERUSALEM Sec. of State Henry Kissinger will meet Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko on Cyprus today to discuss both the Middle East and the issues for Pres. Nixon's June visit to Moscow, it was an nounced last night. Topics of discussion will in clude an Israeli-Syrian military disengagement agreement, mutual U .S.-Soviet limitation of strategic _arms such as multiple missile warheads and the European security conference, a U. S. spokesman said. Dairy pleads guilty WASHINGTON The Lehigh Valley Cooperative Farmers, an organization of Pennsylvania dairymen, pleaded guilty yesterday to illegaily contributing $50,000 to Pres. Nixon's 1972 re-election campaign. Chief U.S. District Judge George Hart Jr., saying he regarded the offense as a felony, imposed a $5,000 fine on the corporation the mc.ximum allowed under federal campaign laws. Zebra jury meets SAN FRANCISCO A grand jury met yesterday to hear testimony from a secret informer who led police to three suspects in the random "Zebra" street killings of 12 whites. Police and attorneys, working under a "gag order" from a municipal court judge, declined to tell who would appear as the grand jury ppened its in vestigation into the series of killings over a five-month period of terror in San Francisco. But is was expected that the informer, whose information apparently was the big break in the case, would be among the first to testify. Fulbright: aid held LITTLE ROCK, Ark. The Nixon administration is hiding $490 million for foreign aid in the Defense Department budget, Sen. William Fulbright, D-Ark., said yesterday. A Defense Department budget item of $490 million labeled "War Tillman gets life term TAMP A -Gary Tillman, 19, pleaded guilty yesterday to first degree murder in the death last October of an 11-year-old boy and was sentenced to life in prison, .with a requirement he serve a minimum of 25 calendar years. Tillman had been charged along with Johnny Paul Witt, 30, of Tampa, with the abduction and mutilation death of Jonathon Kushner Oct. 28. Witt was convicted in a trial in DeLand earlier this year and has been sentenced to die in the electric chair. 0 'Malley info asked TALLAHASSEE The jury that indicted Education Com missioner Floyd Christian and U. S. Sen. Edward Gurney yesterday subpoenaed the bank records of State Treasurer Tom O'Malley, two former state senators and a close friend of Lt. Gov. Tom Adams. The subpoenas were issued to banks in Tallahassee, Miami and Clermont as O'Malley, who also is Insurance Commissioner and fire marshall, branded as "base falsehood and lie" allegations that $40,000 was collected from Florida Petroleum dealers to influence his decision not to weather Partly cloudy through Wednesday. Chance of thundershowers today. Lows in the middle to upper 60s, highs in the middle to upper sos. Rain probability :io per cent. change a rule prohibiting selfservice gasoline stations in Florida Resign law stands T ALLAH ASS EE The Florida Senate emphatically refused to repeal the 1970 "resign to run" law yesterday, which requires public officials to irrevocably give up one office when running for another. It also voted una'nimously for a bill allowing involuntary commitment of drug addicts to treatment centers for up to 30 days. The bill would allow addicts to be sent to a hospital against their wills for rehabilitative treatment. The addicts would not have to have been convicted of a drug violation. In other action, the House passed legislation yesterday tightening state regulation on mobile home dealers and requiring the dealers to buy a yearly license from the state. Horne may testify TALLAHASSEE -Former state Rep. William Register of Tampa went back before a federal grand jury and Senate Pres. Mallory Horne said he expects to be called as a witness because he is involved in a couple of business deals with Comp troller Fred Dickinson. Dickinson's financial affairs, including procedures used in granting back charters which come under him as state banking commisioner, have been the subject of intensive investigation by the jury. Dickinson reportedly took the 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 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 hose of the University of South Florida. Address correspondence to The Oracle, LAN 472, Tampa, Fla .. 33620. Second class postage paid at Tampa, Fla. The Oacle 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. fifth amendment and refused to testify in his only appearance before the jury last week, following unsuccessful efforts to have the subpoena for his appearance quashed Suspension bill hit TALLAHASSEE Gov Reubin Askew said yesterday he disapproves of legislative at tempts to make cabinet members subject to suspension when they are indicted. Askew said rather than making the six cabinet officers liable to suspension as are all other public officials, the law should give them a choice of "selfsuspension" or impeachment. Rep. Marshall Harris, D Miami, has proposed cabinet members be automatically suspended if they are indicted. AUSTIN ==--..: :.:-.::= Dave Hein! Imports Sales Service Parts 238 8485 lien E, Hillsboro. Ave. l{eserve Materials" is not for United States use, but is dest.i1wd for use by foreign forces in Asia, Fulbright said. said. The money will be used for "acquisition, storage and maintenance of war equipment and munitions for Vietnam, Thailand and Korea," Fulbright said. FBI checks prints SAN FRANCISCO The FBI yesterday searched for finger prints known to be Patricia Hearst's to see whether they matched those in an apartment used by her kidnapers for several weeks. The FBI raided the apartment. 111 Ill<' li<::1rl "f San Francisco, last w
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Oracle photo by Bill Cullerlon The long road This USF student finds the road to graduation, and sometimes to cfasses, can get quite lengthy at USF; where buildings are far apart and students often sprint from one building to another. Here, the Business hallway looms long and almost empty. THE ORACLE-May 7, 1974 s Funds tentative. Summer lines cut BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer USF was allocated 382 summer supplement lines Qtr. 4 1973, she said. Tenative summer allocation figures received from the State University System (SUS) indicate USF will be allocated 22.3 fewer positions than originally planned for, University officials said yesterday. Dickinson said Academic Affairs is now adjusting the reduction among the various colleges. THE COLLEGES affected least by the original .tenative allocations will be most affected by any future cuts, Dickinson said. Dr.,James Dickinson, assistant vice president for Academic Affairs, said summer positions had been tenatively distributed among the colleges on the basis of an estimared 352 summer supplement lines (3 month lines) and 26. 5 graduate assistant lines. "If we can find no other way than to reduce line allocations, we will have to take it from those who have it," he said. Hanni said USF has adjusted to the cut in graduate assistant lines. Lines have been split into fractions to facilitate the hiring of all graduate assistants who were slated to be employed, she said. However, the new figures show USF will receive only 334.6 summer supplement lines and 22. 3 graduate assistant lines, he said. "WE CALCULATED everything on the basis of a sizeable cut, but it was greater than expected," Academic Budget Director Elia Hanni said. THE SUS ALLOCATION figures are tentative because the legislature, which has final budgetary authority, Dickinson said Vet information corrected Benefit payments for veterans over the upcoming quarter break are not an extension of the Qtr. 3 payment deadline as reported in last week's Oracle, but will be only available to those enroiled on at least a half time basis in both Qtr. 4 and Qtr. 1. The deadline for Qtr. 3 fee payments is May 21. Mackey hosts lunch USF Pres. Cecil Mackey will discuss yesterday's Board of Regents meeting with interested faculty and staff at noon today in the Argos Staff Cafeteria ............................................... CHAINWHEEL DRIVE i Bicycle Shop : All bikes fully Prompt : assembled repair : & guaranteed service : : 12b day : : service contract A : : l1148 N. 30th St. : : Across from Schlitz : Open 9 to 6 Ph 971-2439 & s oR names Northcutt, Ray as permanent college deans THIS IS A REVOLUTION ... BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer Acting deans Dr. Travis North cutt of Social Science and Dr James Ray of Natural Science were approved by the Board of Regents ( BOR l yesterday as permanent deans of their colleges a State University System (SUS) administrator said. Dr. Richard Hulet, SUS vice chancellor for Student Affairs, said the men, who were recommended by USF Pres. Cecil Mackey, were approved without dissent. RAY CAME to USF in 1959 and was appointed acting dean in 1973. Northcutt joined the USF faculty in 1972 and became acting dean last summer. The Board also approved tenure for 74 USF faculty recommended by the administration, Hulet said. FACULTY RECEIVING tenur e include nine Business faculty, 20 faculty from the College of Education, seven from Engineering, five from Fine Arts, eight from Lan-Lit, three from Medicine, 10 from Natural Science 'and 12 from Social Science. SUS Chancellor Robert Mautz reported to the BOR that after auditing all nine universities, the question of padding had not yet been resolved, Hulet said. Mautz said in general the audit indicated the universities were accurate in recording their figures but said the central question of whether students are getting credit for work not done had not yet been answered, Hulet said. IN OTHER ACTION, the Board delayed final action on a plan to desegregate Florida Agriculture and Mechanical University (F AMUl until a May 27 special meeting, Hulet said. Dr Moses Miles representing The Florida Black Leaders and a representative of th e Tallahassee City Council, both appealed lo the BOR to retain FAMU as a viable separate university placed within Tallahassee, he said. Access, Emphasis, Hotline host Mackey this week USF Pres. Cecil Mack ey will he making appearances on WUSF's "Access," and llot.linc" s cxxions this week The Presi dent will he on ti1111onow'11 "Acc e ss al fl :'.lO p m Mackey will then appear 011 WI ISV'g d11urncl rn program, "Emphasis," Thursday at H::m The Social Science coll;!,(!'. <:owwil h im illrrn i11 Mackey to attend their council meeting W1:rJ11.,;;dHy z p 111 i11 S( JC 2'.i!l. Mack e y will be featured in a Hotline-ty1w lorn111I The Board also voted to defray all legal costs to USF Pres. Cecil Mackey and Physical Plant Director Charles Butler in a lawsuit filed by USF physical plant workers Want a FREE TUNE UP? Get details at oiir meetings Wed., 2 p m in the U.C. The innovators is a revolutionary approach to banking, and it's strictly for 18 to 35's. Now you can have free checking, discount travel, preferred rates on personal loans, specially-designed checks, free safe deposit box, financial counselling, and discounts from 111 merchants. 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4 -THE ORACLE May 7, 1974 Question on tapes is 1why' The most important question in the case of Nixon's edited transcripts of the Watergate tapes may not be "what" but rather "why." The "whats" have been clearly hidden by "uninteliigibles," "inaudibles," "expletive deleted" and other phrases Nixon has used to cover what he calls strong language and what others believe may be evidence for the Watergate defendants. But more important than asking "what" the deleted portions are, is the question of asking "why" Nixon has riot handed over the tapes, if not "why" Nixon still has the tapes WHY DID NIXON not destroy the tapes last June when they came into light as possible Watergate evidence? The President certainly could not have been impeached for destroying his personal porperty Why has Nixon deliberately denied existence of certain tapes, denied the courts complete access to the tapes and now denied the courts access to whole tapes of which he has already released edited transcripts? Why has Nixon dragged the Watergate affair out instead of ending it quickly with immediate disclosure of certain facts; if he is the tricky politician he is reputed to be, certainly he would have put an end to the thing by now. BUT NONE of these "whys" can be answered safely even speculatively by the courts, Nixon's associates or the press. And because none of these questions can be answered, one might begin to feel that the unbelievable politician Nixon is holding another red FOURSCORE AND SEVN (EXPLETIVE DLETED) YEARS AGO OUR (EXPLETIVE DlETED) f ATHE.RS BROUGHT FORTH UPON Tl-llS (lNA.UDlBLE) A NW DELETED) NATION. IN (UNlNiE.LLIGlBLE) AND DEDICATED DELETED) PROPOSITION ...... herring to divert the American public from an event of more political import. Judging from his past actions, it might also appear that Nixon may have a trick up his sleeve for the American press and may be using the whole tapes issue to somehow destroy some press credibility. We feel, however, that although the press has certainly given a fair share of space to the Watergate developments, the press has handled the developments fairly and there is no reason to believe the press would suffer. What is Nixon doing? When will the "whats" in the Watergate tape drama be answered'? But most importantly. when will the "whys" be explained. anrl what will they reveal about the character of the man this nation elected as its leader? ROTC idea prepos terous Editorials Editor: Stand at attention! A proposal for an ROTC program at USF is upon us. Presently with 12 ROTC students cross enrolled with USF and UT, such an. idea is preposterous. Who can consider such a minute percentage of students demand for sur.h action? Possibly other UT students who will enjoy our more favorable fees opposed ORACLE ACP All-American since 1967 SOX Mark of Excellence ANP A Pacemaker Award 1967, 1969 Editor Advertising Manager Managing Editor News Editor Copy Editor Photo Editor Sports Editor Entertainment Editor Advisor News phones Valerie Wickstrom Tom Wallace sandra Wright Mike Kaszuba Jean Trahan Barbara Montgomery Dave Mourmann Jeff Strange Leo Stalnaker 974, 2842, 2398 DEADLINES: General news 3 p .m. daily for following day issue. Advertising (with proof) Thursday noon for Tuesday, Friday noon for Wednesday, Monday noon for Thursday, Tuesday noon for Friday. Deadlines ex tended without proof. Classified ads taken 8 a.m. noon two days before publication in person or by mail with payment enclosed .. Advertising rates on request, 974, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Stories and pictures of interest to students may be submil!ed to the Oracle in LAN 469 or the suggestion boxes in the Library and UC. to their own outlandish fees ... Yes, let's stand at ease while the unavailable funds and space are squeezed from our present, pitifully undercashed departments, and allow the ROTC program to drain and crowd us to our limits! PatMcGriff 3MIB & letters Vietnam vets should write Editor: Of the approximately 2,400 Vietnam era Vt;!terans attending USF, only a handful seem \Villing to help them selves. Veterans on this campus spend a hell of a lot of time complaining, but do little that is constructive to get le gislation passed that is to their benefit. Duck cartoon amazes artist Editor: Imagine my surprise to find a reproduction of "Duck Virtuoso," a drawing I lost two years ago, on page six of the Oracle April 25. I would be interested in knowing how you came by this drawing and the whereabouts of the original. Boy, right there on page six ... Duck Virtuoso ... Ken Mueller mus Editor's note: The drawing was provided by SEAC. The original has not been returned and is still at the .oracle offices. 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.
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DOONESBURY by Garry Trudeau ANO IHAr's 1H!3 WAY IT 15 .. / THE ORACLE -May 7, 1974 5 Legal official will get USF tenure data today BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer A formal report, detailing last week's inquiry into possible USF violations of the Omnibus Education Act will be sent today to Deputy Atty. Gen. Baya Harrison an atty. gen : staff member said yesterday. Ann Cazeres assistant director of consumer protection of Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin said she has completed the inquiry for the moment" and is still analyzing the data. CAZERES WAS ON c a mpus last week interviewing USF administrators and faculty to determine the truthfulness of an alleged USF publish or perish" policy Asked if th e inquiry has in dicated USF is breaking th e l a w Cazeres said "We have not d etermine d that yet. We're trying to get the whole story HARRISON SAID HE personally talked with student leaders yesterday and has also talked with USF faculty on the matter, although he declined to name those involved USF Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs said last week that after talking with Cazeres, he told her, "We have a good internal policy
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6 -THE ORACLE sports USF nine drops final pair May 7, 1974 Cager signs Ric Butner, a 6-foot-8, 200pound, high post man from An derson Junior College
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THE ORACLE -May 7, 1974 7 Brahmisses lose state bid BY RINDY WEATHERLY Oracle Sports Writer USF didn't get its chance to face defending champion Flagler College at the Senior College State Softball Tournament last weekend. In two seasons of intercollegiate competition, the Brah misses have lost all five of their games with the St. Augustine school. But they had their hopes of improving that record in the Jacksonville event until they were eliminated by Florida State. Flagler eventually won the tourney, beating the Seminoles 5-3 in the finals. MacCall collected a double, triple and a grand slam home run that Cheatham said "went a country mile." An 8-3 loss to Florida put the Brah misses in the losers' bracket, where they beat Barry College 14-6 on a pair of back-to back home runs in consecutive innings by Mary Ann Holmes and Sue Stidham. "JAN BRINKMAN PITCHED a beautiful game," Cheatham said. The junior hurler allowed only five hits, while her teammates garnered 13 safeties. But Florida State clamped the lid on USF's title hopes with a 7-4 victory in the quarterfinals. "I had a good arc on the ball," pitcher Mary Heath said. "They just hit it to the right spots on the field." "I think we could have won that game. We outhit them 12to11. We just didn't get our hits at the right time," Cheatham said, pointing out that her team left 13 on base. Departmental Chairman, fall 1974, associate or full professor, to adminiter Department of Speech Communication with graduate and undergraduate programs in Oral Interpretation, Rhetorical and Communication Theory, and Speech Science, with cooperative programs in Speech Education. A minimum of five years teaching ex perience; Ph.D. wilh publication record; and administrative experience. (Applications received until May 31, 1974) The Univ2rsity is an equal opportunity employer. Inquiries sho .uld be addressed to: Or. John I. Sisco Chairman, Search Committee Department of Speech Communication University of South Florida. Raquet reaching "THE NAME OF the game was hitting," USF Coach Jane Cheatham said. "This was probably the best state tournament I've seen since I've been here." i Got Spring Fever? I Jeff Yarborough, 3ACC, receives a questioning lo..Jk from playing partner Zach Teich, 2POL, as Yarborough reaches for the ball in an afternoon racquetball game. The racquetball and handball courts and the tennis courts are usually crowded during the pleasant Florida days. The Brah misses exhibited some of that power in the opening round, blasting Florida In ternational; in a two-and-ahalf hour marathon. .Jayne I Get Something To Cure It At The I I VILLAGE PRESCRIPTION CENTER I I 109388 N. 56 st. 988-:l896 I WFLA-TV wins WFLA-TV Soccer Club con tinued its drive to a second successive Florida Amateur Cup title with an easy 7-2 victory over Miami United Sunday. Pete Mohrmann led the defending champions with three goals, as Mike Knott scored a pair and Larry Byrne and Fergus Hopper contributed one apiece. 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8 -Tl-tc ORACLE May 7, 1974 Opera performances successful B\' DONALD WYLY ()racle .('orrcspondcnt The USF Opera performed this past Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights two comic operas: Gian Carlo Menotti's "The Telephone" < 1947) and Giaccomo Puccini's "Gianni Schicchi" l 1918). "The Telephone" is brief (20 minutes or so), witty, and transparently melodic. Its instrumentation is in the neo classic vein of Stravinsky's "The Rake's Progress" ( 1951). THE STORY SHOWS a young man, Ben, trying to propose to his beloved, Lucy, onlv to be photo by Doc Parker Diana and Henn sing "The Telephone" the opera is scheduled for three more performances repeatedly interrupted by her telephone, which thus becomes the opera's protagonist. In the Saturday night performance Mary Diana's light, lyric voice was ideal for the role of Lucy, while Edward Henn sang the less important, male part with appropriate shyness. Van Phillips' sets imaginatively caught the simplicity of the score and plot. Ultimately, however, one suspects Menotti's critics are right; no matter how charmingly performed, ,"The Telephone" is an engaging trifle, but little more. Giaccomo Puccini's only comic opera, "Gianni Schicchi,'' is something else: a masterpiece whose wit, clarity and melodic inventiveness recall the greatest comic opera of them all, Verdi's "Fallstaff." Puccini's fine score in turn is matched by an excellent libretto itself a significant yet witty comment on man's timeless greed. "Gianni Schicchi" falls or stands on the performance of the title role, for after Gianni enters on stage. he dominates the ac tion. Thus the role demands a singer of considerable acting ability. From Jerald Reynolds' opening line, "judging by these signs of grief, Buoso's health must be improving," one feels he is Gianni Schicchi. His varied facial expressions (he even looks Italian l and vocal inflections perfectly convey the roguery of Gianni. FOH A PEHFORMANCE of "Gianni Schicchi" to be successful, the must lonesco'S 1Lesson' superb BY .JEFF STHANIN<;. 4SPE, plays a se.emingly-shallow student who is reviewing for her doctorate with an almost senile professor, played by Rob Rodriguez, :3ANT. Cris, an excited, giggly student, adores the professor He becomes in creasingly excited about his work, even though his assistant, Yvonne Darrin, 4STA, warns the professor about getting carried Shane plays Karen Shane will give her master's recital tonight c.t 8:30 in FAH 101. The French horn player will be assisted by Karen Zacz,ek Hill on piano and by the Faculty String Quartet. Featured in the program will be Mozart's Qunitetfor Horn and Strings, K. 407, the allegro, an dante and rondo; Paul Dukas' "Villanelle" and Richard Strauss' Concert No. 1 for Horn, the. allegro, andante and rondo. She gave a preview of her recital Saturday at 8 p.m. in the main auditorium at the USF St. l>ete campus. away and being "too demanding" of his student. Cris completed arithmetic and is studying language when her concentration is interrupted by a toothache. Her complaints and the professor's reaction to her pain lead to the climactic end of the play and the beginning of a new story. ACTING IN Monday's performance was superb and although the play is absurd, it was often easy to relate the believable characters and their actions to modern education. Directed by Bernard Downs, the play will be presented Wednesday and Friday at 2 p.m. in LAN 115. Sweet Surprise planted. usually available for less than ,As an independent businessman. each FTD f>'ember Florist sets his own prices. C 197 4 Florists" Transworld Delivery "Your Extra Touch Aorist" Jerald Reynolds ... dominates as Schicchi comprehend the words, and Reynolds (and other members of the -castl sang with unusual clarity. Anne Clark sang Lauretta's famous aria, "Oh my beloved daddy,'' ( 0 mio babbino caro) with innocence and irresistable appeal. No father could withstand such a plea The other members of the cast lacked the vocal distinction of these two, although Dan Radebaugh gave Simone's part its correct pom posity The stage acting was wisely restrained, allowing Puccini's music and the opera text to convey the opera's essential comedy. The costumes were in authentic Renaissance style, and their rich variety depicted the greed and conceit of the Donati family. The sets were less successful; why was there no discernible view of Florence (of the Duomo and the Palazzo Vecchio)? The city's presence is felt throughout the opera (in Rinuccio's aria, to cite one instance). The orchestra is of major importance to "Gianni Schicchi," for the recurring motives unify the opera and underscore the stage action. Edward Preodor conducted with the right assertiveness, insisting on the orchestra's dramatic role One only wishes there had been more strings, IN SUM, despite minor vocal shortcomings, the USF Opera gave a fine performance of this work of comic genius which was well-received by a small, but appreciative audience. The USF Opera will repeat its three-evening performance of the two comic operas Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Tickets are available through the Theatre Box Office and seats can be reserved by calling 974-2323. Admission for students is $1 and general admission is $2. CAMPUS CYCLERY CLINIC-BRING YOUR SICK BIKE TO US BICYCLE SALES AND REPAIRS H 0 URS: 10-6, 10-5 SAT. 5224 FOWLER 988-9316 112 Mile East From USF entrance HORNY BULLS LOVE GORY MOVIES. The Montezuma Horny Bull:'Y l oz. Montezuma Tequila. montezuma 5 oz. CONCENTRATED ORANGE BREAKFAST DRINK. Over ice. It's sensational, and that's no bull.

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10-THE ORACLE May 7, 1974 Tampa' Fined --:!l Chine5e Cui11ine Fontana illnesses subside Family Style Dinnen Takr: Out Orden The illness primarily affecting residents living in Fontana Hall last week appears to have run its course, Health Center Director Larry Stevens said yesterday. and three others not sick enough to be admitted and then one person on Monday," Stevens said. County Health Department Information Officer Greg Truax agreed with Stevens the illness "appears to be about over" and said he had not heard of any new cases over the weekend. from 1: romplete Menu 1: ."\oups, At>1.1t:tiicra, "Over the weekend we had two students admitted into the infirmary Entrcc. l>c&i;crta "As of Friday we had 31 people reported with the symptoms," Stevens said. "That makes 37 in all and four of them were not from Ceckt9'1s Strtt4 ,..,.... ..... o,..1 Fontana Open 4 12 Delly Truax said the wide variation of times people reported they became sun. 1 1 0 ill and in the kinds of food eaten made him positive there was no common source infecting the people. UNA. Bulletin Board TODAY Baptist Campus Ministry There _will be vespers, "Why wail on !he Lord?,". a t 6:30 p_m. Everyone interested is inV i ted to attend. ASPA This will b e the last meeting of the quarte r so all members are asked to attend_ There will be a speaker on the Occupational Safety and Health Act. For further information call Roger White at 986-3193. Meet in UC 201 at 8 p .m. Farmworkers Support Committee This meeting is to help the student_ body get active in the movement to help farmworkers. There will be a sli<:le-show on the California strike in UC 203 at 7:30 p.m. USF-Lacrosse Club There will be Lacrosse practice today and Thursday at 5 :3 0 p.m. in the lntram_\Jral Fields-WEDNESDAY Aereopagus This religious discussion club will host a lectur e and discussion by Dr_ Ted Hoffman of the Humanities Department on "Chinese Taoism and Jap.anese Zen Buddhism." Anyone interested is i nvited to attend in LAN 245 at 2 p:m. College Republican Club There will be a meeting i n UC 204 at 4 p.m. SAO The Student Accounting organization will have a meeting with Troy Chapin from Ce .latex Division of Jim Walters Corp. as the g u es t speaker. Everyone. is invited to come at ? p m in BUS 107_ Jewish Student Union There will be an Israeli dance in UC 252 at 8 p m Anyone interested is invited to come and participate. SIMS A lecture on "Technique of Trans cendental Meditation as taught by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi" will be presented i n UC251 at 7 :3 0 p.m_ All are welcome. USF W indjammers Randy, Ji. m Rex_ Debbie, Loretfa, Buff, Mark, Bill, Cindy, Bill, Cathy, Paul, Sandy-, Rich, Claire, Cyndy, Adam, W endy, Chris, Bob-. P a tsy, Mary, Nancy, Russ, Ken, Sharon Craig, Mona and Monica make _up about half Of the friendliest club On campus. Join us in UC 203 at 6 p_m_ THURSDAY Bahai' Club Mr. Brad Boston will speak on the principles ot the Bahai'_ faith. Th ere will be discussion afterwards with everyone invited to p articipate. Meet in UC.158 at 8 :30 p m Baptis t Campus Ministry .Lunch will be served for 75 cents from 11 :30 a m to I p .m. at the Ministry. Cent er. Everyone is welcome. SIMS Trdnsce nd ental Meditation is a simpl e mental technique which provides deep r est resulting in elimination of S tress. clarity of pert eption. cnerqy ,and in crea .ing l y more efficiency i\nd cffeclivcrh?SS i n life. Lech.ire i n .UC 251 at 7 :30 p m SUNDAY English Forum Anyone wishing to read poetry is invited to attend a Poetry Festival at Hillsborough State Park starting at 11 a m and lasting until 6 p m There is a 2 5 cent entrance tee for th e park and 50 cents for food, consisting of hot dogs, soft drinks, etc. Jewish Student Union There is a general meeting this evening in LAN 176.at 7 :30 p.m. Anyone interested is invited to attend. MONDAY Womens' Center Homecoming committee starts work Perparations for LJSF's 1975 Homecoming festivities are now underway with planning coor dination being supervised by the Homecoming Committee The committee headed by Student Affairs Coordinator_ Phyllis Marshall and student Robert Leads, has held one meeting and plans another for Friday. Anyone with suggestions for Homecoming activities should C'lntact Marshall or Leads There will be a forum concerning "Women in Engineering" presented by Dorothy McClellan, P E Anyone i s invit ed to attend_ "We're pretty sure that pending the state lab report it was epidemic viral gastro-enteritis," Stevens said. "There is no evidence of food -JUSTAURAP\!T poisoning .'' DONATE ON A REGULAR BLOOD PLASMA PROGRAM At"D RECEIVE UP TO $45 A MONTH BRING STUDENT I OR THIS AD AND RECEIVE A BONUS WITH YOUR FIRST DONATION HYLAND DONOR CENTER DRlJGS We will. save money on prescript;on&! THE DRUG SHOP "The 8mall super disccunt drug store" 10905 Nebraska 238 W. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Fla. 33602 8:00 to 2:30 appointmtlnt BV8ilable to fit yOllr class SCIHH/llh Phone 911-StWl Monday through Friday call 253-2844 Someofthe .bestcollep Students are veterans. If you are working toward a baccalaureate or an advanced degree, you can get financial help While in the Army. Or after. Today's Army pays 75% of your tuition while in the service. And when you successfully complete your enlistment, you'll get 36 months of financial assistance at the college of your choice. You can enlist for as little as two years with your choice of travel to Europe or job training. Your starting pay is $326 a month: A salary that goes a long way when you consider meals, housing, clothing, medical and dental care are all free. If you're serious about continuing your education, today's Army is behind you See your local Army representative, or call toll-free 1 800 523-4800

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( t: A S S It \ THE ORACLE-May 7, 1974 11 A It s ) t REAL ESTATE J t FOR SALE J ( HELP WANTED ) BUSINESS manager for student run volunteer program. Long hours, lousy pay. Ext. 2099. RESPONSIBLE organized person wanted as governess io 3 children (one Rubella child requiring extra care). 5 min. from USF (2 p.m. to 8 p.m. M-F> (9 a .m. to 6 p.m. Sat). Experience or training in special education preferred. Possible Au Pair. Excellent Opportunity for right person. Call Pam 971-4660 all holidays & Sundays off. Must have drivers license. UNIQUE opportunity to teach in established open classroom school in Sebring. p.-evious Pxperience in open classroom not necessary. Looking for som eone who wants to learn how to run an open program with Integrated day, Vertical grouping, and other features of the British Infant School for children aged 5. Call Brooks Mitchell, 977.5711, for details. SUMMER positions Mass. boys' camp has openings for gen. counselors, music, science, ham radio, tennis, golf, swim ming, etc. Interviews Tues., May 14-Sign for appt.-Stud. Empl. ADM 150. AUTOMOTIVE .. i965 BUICK Skylark 52,000 org. miles. Good body and mechanical conditiori-Auto. trans. with power brakes-steering, radio iilld heater. All this, and a great price! Phone Mike 932-8856. 1967 SAAB Sedan 96-Blue, New battery, radio, 2 speakers. Great Swedish Import. Asking $575 or best offer. Call Bob evenings 256-8523. 71 DATSUN 4 speed, 2 door, 36,000 miles. Excellent condition. Must SEE to ap preciate. 127i0 N. 20th St. 971-2194. Evenings-JOE. TV, RADIO, STEREO DON'T pay the high mail order prices. Thieve's Warehouse of Tampa. 1531 s Oale Mabry. 254-7561. HARMON Kardon 930, Marantz 7G's, Thorens TD 165. All absolutely perfect! Sacrifice $850.00 Call 988-2420, 988-0291. FOR SALE: Brand new Delco AM Radio from Vega. Lists for S58, asking $40. Call 988-5670. ( LOST & FOUND ) LOST male 6 mo. Golden Retriever. 24" High. Near Skipper & 30th, has collar No lags. Call 971-1007 or 971.2519 Reward. RE.WARD Irish Setter shorthaired male with a kink in his tail. Answers to Rip-C. II 971.9377 ------FOUND Women's gold wire rim glasses at the IMC (EDU 113). Being held at circulation desk. FOUND: Ladies' ring in the downstairs bathroom of the Life Science Building. Call 935. ( MOBILE HOMES J '.'VOODED LOT for mobile home, S min. from USF, $50 monthly, includes water, sewer. Quiet beautiful, boat ramp, fishing. Call Bob 986-4085. MUST sacnfice. SJ,900. l2x60 2 Br, Front living w-heat-air, skirting, awning & hurricane anchors. This lovely carpeted home w -indirect lighting is already set up in park. C;ill after 5 p.m. or weekends 626-7486. T ao o Max vonSydow Liv Ullmann ( FOR SALE by owner: Spacious 2 bdrm town WE HAVE denims in regular bells, and ) house in T.T. across from park & tennis cords in bells. A.lso boots, shirts & western FOR RENT courts. 1'12 baths, equipped kitchen, fenced hats. Only lO mm. from campus: Straight backyard, trees, 2 ,12 miles from USF. 988_ leg Levi cords in 3 colors have 1ust come .... ____________ ... Ill l864 or 974_2396. in. Bermax Western Wear 8702 Nebraska I SERVICES OFFERED ... TYPING, Fast, Neat, Accurate, Exp. Turabian I BM Corrective Selectric. Carbon ribbon, Pica or Elite. All types of work. Close to USF. 988-0836 Lucy Wilsoh. 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. After 6:00 c1111 988-3435. Ask for Liz. SPECIALIZED TYPIST I BM CORRECTING Selectric, carbon ribbon, pica or elite. Greek symbols. Exp. Turabian, Campbell, APA, etc. 5 min. from USF. Nina Schiro, 971-2139. If no answer, 235-3261. EXTRAORDINARY TYPIST-6plus quality yea rs. Dissertations-manuscripts statistics. I BM Selectric-carbon rib-elite pica. References. During all week call 6-8 a.m. or 6-10 p.m.-Anytime weekends-BJ 884-3909. DO YOU live in an apartment or duplex? Do you hate carrying your garbage to the dumpster? No need to do it, call G-Man GARBAGE SERVICE. Free gift-phone 971-9818. ( PERSONAL ) WEIGHT loss program for staff and students. Call John Patterson Thurs., May 9 only. Hrs. 10-4 Ph 2767. THE GEOLOGY Club wishes to express its sympathy to the Windjammers, May l, 1974. DEAREST USF, miss & need you so. Love to have you here or near-UF? Boo OSU! Everyone knows BAMA is No. L Who's Mackey? Long summer. Psych? Come M day. Love you always, FSU. HOPE you had a Happy Birthday, Jay. FREE: Kittens. 4 weeks old. These kittens have been exposed to humans since birth and are very friendly. Trained to respond to your voice and litter box trained. 932 7838. FRANK Zappa-Mothers of Invention-United Mutations of Los Arlgeles-Orange County lumber Truck fans interested in getting to get her. Contact Scott Hopkins: 886. ALL artists & craftsmen sign up now for exhibit space for the FESTIVAL OF THE HILL'S ART SALE lo be held May B & 9. $1 per table to defray cost. Reserve lhru SEAC. ACADEMIC CREOIT FOR SUMMEI> EXPERIENCES. Going abroad or engaged in other educational experiences this summer? Contact us about academic credit. Qtr. 4 application deadline May 24. Off-Campus Term Prog., FAO 2536. Orientation sessions M, w, Fat 2 p.m. in FAQ lOON. Qtr. 4 enrollment in OCT limited because of large numbers so act NOW. See ad 1n TRAVEL also. HAVE PROBLEMS? Call HELPLINE at 974-2555. If you need to talk to a woman, call the WOMEN'S LINE at 974-2556. LOVABLE male silver Toy Poodle, AKC, to be given away free to someone willing to provide him with loving home. Fainily member allergic to Call 839-7864. GRADUATE student in Social Science with wide educational background is seeking for the summer employment in teaching or research. Please contact Spiro 9718228 or 974-2249. TERRACE APTS.-Near USF, off Skipper Rd. 1 B.R. Furnished, A-C, W-W carpet 6 Mo. LEASE Pets allowed $145.00 mo. SUMMER AT LA MANCHA DOS Study & relax at La Mancha Dos this summer. Monthly rates of $72-$80. Reservations now being accepted; new apartments and poolside apartments available. One block from campus on 42nd Street PH 971-0100. VILLAGE SQUARE DUPLEX APARTMENTS Central air conditioned FurnishedUnfurnished 14208 12th St. 971-0357. 71/2MINUTES FROM USF New 2 bdr w-w carpet central heat and air, drapes, furn. $180-unfurn $155. Phone 988-6393. SUBLET La Mancha Dos clean apt. and nice roommates reduced rate $67. Call Mary Jane after 5 p.m. at 971-8354. $145-1 BEDROOM-furn.-B'xB' closet POOLLAUNDRY-3 month lease, 15th St. and 143rd Ave-COLLEGE COURT APTS. 9719606. Bring this ad for Special Summer. Discount. I TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES GO WHERE THE CROWDS DON'T KNOW! I 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. Trail Blazers: TOLL FREE 223-5586. 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. WE'VE GOT THIS SUMMER'S BEST TRAVEL BARGAINS We've x-rayed just about every "deal" being offered, rejected the rip-offs, and come up with the best youth fare to Europe, budget Caribbean vacations, a provocative cruise deal, and lots more. I can save you money,' open your eyes to new summer getaway ideas, and guarantee it won't cost you a penny more than if you did it yourself. Call me at 977-4756 or drop in at our PANORAMA 3 TRAVEL office al the TraveLqdge, 2501 East Fowler. Thanks, Wendell Bates EUROPE-ISRAEL-AFRICA Travel discounts year-round. Student Air Travel Agency, Inc. 201 Allen Rd. Suite 410, Atlanta, Ga. 30328 (404) 256-4258. MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS I WANTED We can sell your motorcycle FAST. $10 fee is all you pay'. We need 100 every week. AAA Cycle Exchange Dibbs Plaza-4119 Gunn Hwy_ Near Carrollwood Ph 933-7459. 73 HARLEY Sportster lOOOcc $2,450. 73 Yamaha TX500 Ex. Cond. $1,350. 74 Honda 750cc Like new $2,095. 73 Yamaha CTI 175cc $695. 73 KAW 175 Street MachiM $795. 933-7459. -------------72 HONDA CL 350 Excellent Condition 9882420 or 0291. --------1973 YAMAHA 360 Enduro, good condition 50-60 mpg big knobby tire on back for trails. Completely street legal. Can be seen at 10004B 15th St. Tampa. Near corner of Linebaugh and 15th St. I ANNOUNCING A NEW LOCATION AT HERALD SQUARE 5110 FOWLER AVE. 985-4451 OUR DOWNTOWN OFFICE AT 130 S. FRANKLIN 223-2548 Ave. APTS. & HOUSES_ TO SHARE I SCM 210 Portable Electric Typewriter, Pica, Elec. carriage return, 6 repeat features with case S165.00-S247 retail. Like new. Call 839-3901. GREEN OAK Villa Apts.-1 &2 Bedroom furnished & unfurnished apartments, diswasher, garbage disposal, fully car peted, pool, laundry: Varied Leases Near USF at 42nd St. & Skipper Road-Call 9714408 or 971-1424. RALEIGH "Sprite" 27 Men's 10-speed touring bicycle. 23" white frame. Perfect condition-New last Sept. $85. 971-3695. TERRY'S Chenille Shop. Handmade & imported gifts, tapestries, robes, spreads, quilts, pillows. Come on out. Just 3 mi. N of Fowler on 301. $1.95 Special-Figleaves for bashful streakers. WE'RE lool -s.o.q. f Standi11rd of hrcanMe h11N IHI San1tone Droperiu ore upen1ive and duerve tho b .. t. Using the Adjust-a-Drape ond Sonitone methoch, Spotlon CCll'I guarantee even '1emlinH end lengths. l'leoh that ore obsoluttly vertical, brighter, cleoner, Jporkling colors ond ,,.,hif11. {13524 UNIVERSITY PLAZA) Up ond Home Delivery Coll 236-554 I lfl! cot .. --.

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