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May 16, 1974 Vol. 9 No. 31 16 pages 2 complaints filed about p .romotions BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer Two faculty have filed formal grievances with the Relations Committee , the dean
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2-THE ORACLE May 16, 1974 Panel sends 2 more subpoenas WASHINGTON The Hous e Judiciary Committee by lop sided votes issued two more s ubpoena s to Pres. Nixon yesterday to try to get ta pes of 11 Watergate-related I conversations and four portions of his dail y diary. Com piled from the news wires of United Press International Arabs in a close-range battle that left at lea st 17 children dead and 70 other persons wounded or injured. Wis. Joann McDaniel, 29, of Coos Bay Ore. and Robert Hubbard. 23, of San Antonio Tex., had the ir life sentences for smu gg ling marijuana reduced by one-third under the controversial amnes t y le g isl a ti on which s ti! I faces rough sa iling in Turkish politics The committee, before returning to closed session to hear more evidence and possibly some of the tapes it already pos sesses, also set a vote for today to demand 66 more tapes for its inquiry into the possible impeachment of the President. James St. Clair, Pres. Nixon 's lawyer, was present when the House Judiciary Committee subpoenaed his client, but a White House spokesman said the subpoena would be ignored. Dairy call on tape NEW YORK CBS cor respondent Daniel Schorr reporte d last night that according to Congressional sources, on the morning of March 23, 1971, 15 minutes before meeting with dairy co-op l eaders, Pres. Nixon receiv ed a phone call from Treasury Secretary John Connelly u rg ing him to raise the milk subsidy-and stressing the dairy industry's campaign contribution potential. Schorr, on the "CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite," said a tape of that conversation is now in the hands of the House Judiciary Committee. Haig: Nixon got tip WASHINGTON White House Chief of Staff Alexander M Haig told the Senate Watergate Committee yesterday that Treasury Secretary William E. Simon tipped off the White House last year that the Internal Revenue was investigating a $100,000 Nixon campaign con tribution from Howard Hughes, a committee source said. Haig testified at a three-hour closed committee meeting after Nixon released him from earlier orders to answer no questionsorders that risked a contempt citation. Troops hit school MA' ALOT, Israel Israeli troops stormed a schoolhouse where three Palestinian guerrillas held 85 students hostag e for hours a nd killed the The attack on the school, 35 minutes before the gue rrillas said they would blow it up with eve ryon e inside if their demands were not met, brought the casualty toll in the 14-hour Arab raid to 25 dead and 88 hurt. This seizure of Israeli children further endangered Sec. of State Henry A. Kissinger's peace ef forts yesterday and delay e d th e m by a day Kissinger expressed outrage at the act and in a strong appeal, believed directed partly at Syria called on all responsible governments to condemn such acts and deal with the guerrillas "severely." Pot term changed Senate kills bill WASHINGTON The Senate yesterday voted to kill legislation which would have virtually ended the busing of students to ac hieve racial balance in the schools. The legislation, already ap proved by the House and supported by the Nixon ad ministration was killed on a 47-46 roll call vote. House passes school bill. ANKARA Three Americans once sentenced to death in Turkey for drug smuggling became eligible for freedom in 12 years' tim e yesterday as a result of a partial amnesty bill passed by the Turkish National Assembly. Chapin sentenced WASHINGTON -Former presidential appointments secretary Dwight Chapin, saying the edited White House tran scripts do not show Pres. Nixon to be the man he really is, was sentenced yesterday to 10 to 30 months in prison for perjury U. S. District Judge Gerhard Gesell handed Chapin the same penalty on both counts of lying TALLAHASSEE The House passed a major school building reform bill yesterday which contains provisions for uniform school construction codes and $50 million to buy moveable classrooms to alleviate over crowding in big cities. However it refused to reconsider its rejection of legislation creating a permanent state fuel allocation office In the Senate, a constitutional amendment was approved which would let the Judicial Qualifications Commission in v estigate conduct of judges prior to their ascension to the benches they now occupy. Shields picks council TALLAHASSEE -Natural Resources Director Harmon Shields announced yesterday creation of a 17-member council "consisting of soi:ne of the top environmentalists" in the country to advise in the preservation of Florida's resources. The council must be approved by the cabinet. The group to be known as the Council on Conservation and Environment would advise and asist Shield s department "in the preservation conservation and restoration of the state' s natural resources and environment." State gets aid WASHING TON The Tran sportation Department awarded the Florida State Department of Transportation $1.04 million yesterday to help fund a joint bus flow demonstration project. The Federal agency said special equipment will be installed in buses and traffic signals allowing buses to pre-empt signal lights and continue nonstop along nine miles of Miami's Northwest 7th Ave Adkins asks secrecy TALL AHAS SEE The Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court said yesterday "secrecy" is essential to the existence of the Judicial Qualifications Com mission which is charged with investigating the fitness of judges to continue on the bench "If the legislature is going to be constantly asking for its records, you might as well abolish the Commission," Chief Justice James Adkins said. The comment from Adkins came during arguments of an unprecedented request of the House Judiciary Committee that the Court compel Commission Chairman Richard Earle to turn over the confidential records of investigations of judical misconduct. Penalty reversed TALLAHASSEE The Supreme Court yesterday reversed a death penalty given out by Broward Circuit Court Judge James McCauley after a jury had convicted the man for murder but recommended mercy. The Court's 5-1 decision held that Judge McCauley did not consider mitigating circumstances in using his power to over-rule the Jury's recommendation. Jury probes funds TALLAHASSEE The Leon County Grand Jury investigating a $40,000 kitty raised by oil dealers to oppose a rule-change The Oracle is !he official sludenl-ediled newspaper of the Universily of Soulh Florida and is published four times weekly, Tuesday !hrough Friday, during !he academic year period Seplember lhrough mid-June; lwice during !he academic year period mid-June lhrough Augus!, by !he Universily of Soulh Florida, 4202 Fowler Ave .. Tampa, Fla. 33620. Opinions expressed in The Oracle are !hose of !he editors or of !he wriler and not I 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 Oracle reserves the right to regulate the typographical tone of all advertisements and revise or turn away copy it considers objectionable. Programs, activities and facilities of the University 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. which would have allowed self service gas stations in Florida yesterday subpoenaed Fred Reber, Atlanta, a consumer finance executive. The subpoena ordered Reber to testify next Monday, but the jury reconvenes today to question Cocoa oil dealer Bernie Simpkins Jr. about what happened to the money. Bargaining passes TALLAHASSEE A House Sena te Conference Committee, reaching agreement with sur prisingly little effort, tentatively approved a collective bargaining bill yesterday for public em ployes, with no restriction:; on teachers and a provision for open negotiations IMPORT mo10R PAR15 410 N DALE MASR, Parts and Accessories For All Foreign Cars 876 -7021 Kathryn Zenz, 28, of Lancast er, $12,000.00 2bedroom;1 bath home near bus lines. Lot has nice mature trees. Screened porch. 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Award winner Allan Laudadio, 4ACC, yesterday was named the "Outstanding Co-op Student of the Year", at USF. He his award during a special ceremony campus. St. Pete expansion favorable to BOR State University System CSUSl officials say the state legislature's moves to purchase New College in Sarasota for use as a USF branch may endanger expansion plans in Pinellas County where, they say, the need for SUS faC'ilities is greater. Fred Parker, chairman of the Board of Regents cBORl Facilities Committee which is investigating SUS expansion possibilities, said studies done by the Chancellor s office reveal increasing demand in Pinellaf. County for higher educational facilities. Parker said he was in favor of accepting Eckerd College's offer to share its campus with the SUS and building a new branch .on land offered by the city of Clearwater. "If the Eckerd deal works out we could begin operati .on of a new Pinellas branch in September, he said "However," he continued, "the.New College purchase could knock out other expansion pla ns for a long time SUS Chancellor Robert Ma.utz said he was "astonished the House Committee had recomm e nded $4.2 million be allocated for the purchase. but added he would try to go ahead with Pinellas expansion even if New College is purchased. The purchase plans still must cle a r the Hous e floor and the St>nate :o go into effect. Dump Mackey members want to. talk to Regents TAMPA (UPI) -A group of students pushing for the resign a tion of USF Pres. Cecil Mackey will seek an appearance before the Board of Regents John Husfield, co-organizer of the Caucus for a New University at USF, yesterday said a letter is being drafted requ e sting an ap pearance before the Regents to support the call for the resignation The group is critical of Mackey for his decision dealing with faculty tenure, his attempt to have the student newspaper moved off c ampu s his decision to cut a portion of programming on the University radio station and other decisions which Husfield said limit student freedom of expression The students purchased a full-page advertiseDent in th e Oracle last week to outline the reasons they said they feel Mackey should resign and another full-page ad is planned, Husfield said. Husfield also said the group has gotten 2,000 signatures on a petition calling for Mackey's resignation. .--' _,}' THE ORACLE -May 16, 1974 3 S-U policy revised BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer A new university-wide S-U policy was signed into effect last week by USF Pres. Cecil Mackey, Assistant to the Vice President for Academic Af fairs Dave Jordan said yesterday. The University has been operating under an in terim policy for the last year, Jordan said. The policy prior to that had been determined unac ceptable, he said. JORDAN SAID the major change from the old policy lies in the effect of a D letter grade. The new policy requires a D be translated into a U grade where under the old policy it became a C. The policy prohibits courses required in a student's major from being taken on an S-U basis. All elective courses may be taken S-U except when the certifying college restricts a specific course or the number of courses that may be taken S-U, or when the instructor of a course prohibits its use TO TAKE a course S-U, a student mui;;t submit a written agreement signed by himself and his instructor to his college The college shall deteri:ni ne the deadline for the application. An I grade may be awarded to an undergraduate student only when a small portion of the student's work is incomplete and the studerit is otherwise earning a passing grade COURSES .taken S-U do not figure in a student's grade point ratio but are counted as hours t<)Wal'ds graduation if an s is earned. Jordan said due to time considerations, the new ". policy will not be in the 1974-75 academic caialogtie. The old invalid policy will rerriain, because the deadline for additions to the new catalogue has been passed. Deans endorse resolution on Bookstore efficiency The Council of Deans, meeting behind closed doors Tuesday, adopted, with additions, an SG resolution outlining manners in which Textbook Center ef ficiency could be increased, Dave Jordan, assistant to the vice president for Academic Affairs, said yesterday. A major recommendation of the resolution was the creation of a new bookstore facility The present center cannot handle "with any degree of efficiency" its present and future problems, the resolution said GREATER communication between the Textbook Center and the faculty was stressed in the proposal as a solutien to "many of the hardships encountered by both parties in the requisition process Ken Thompson, vice president for Administration, said the lack of communication was the biggest problem facing the bookstore "Neither has understood the problems of the other," he said THE RESOLUTION also recommended implementation of a maximum retention program A retention policy allows the bookstore to purchase enough books for several quarters if the professor agrees to retain the use of the book. Jordan said. The deans added to the proposal a recommendation that a one cquarter notice should be sufficient in ordering books for special-topic classes and seminars where retention cannot be applicable, Jordan said : JORDAN said the deans also inserted a proposal that depart ment chairmen and program directors or their designates, be Midnight: assigned as textbook officers to be contacted persons between the center and the faculty Among other additions, the deans asked that book orders indicate whether the book is recommended or required. W Friday & Saturday Night .. LAN 103 ... $1 -------------------------------- 9 1 1936 VINTAGE _1 i TOPPER i I I I I ; 1 I I I I I I Roland Young 1 1 (Idol of I RUDOLPH VALENTINO the Jazz I I Age) I I I = FAH 101 & 7:30 & 10 = I 75c Sunda, 8 Onh I 1--------------------------------1

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4-THE ORACLE May 16, 1974 Mackey shouldn't be .publisher USF Pres. Cecil Mackey's most recent reaction to the Board of Regents
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DOONESBURY W HA,HAIMARK, a YOU 01-' PEV!l! I (AN/ fOOl HI, MR.. Y()(J! HA,HA,HA! HAU()WAYI HNP YOU KNORI \ 11 WAS Me?/ \ /i 't } Q -HEY, BUT lNOV6H A80VT 116! HOW ABOUT YO(!, JACK? WHAT'S Ol' "HAO JACK" 5/MPSON OO!N' THE5 OAYS?f / <""?) I -' r >-/".': I '" r-Q t -'aturing energy related topics discussed by 15 USF professors. will be held today from 3-5 p.m. in UC 252. The program, organized by four USF professors interested in creating an energy center on campus. is highlighting both the scientific and socio-economic aspects of energy. Dr. W. Denver Jones, professor, and Dr. Robert Gilmore, associate professor, both of Physics, Dr. Merle R. Donaldson, Electrical Engineering chairman, and Dr. Ailon Shiloh, Anthropology professor organized the symposium Among the presentations will be a discussion by Jones on research being done by USF in conjunction with the Atomic Energy Commission and the UP station open The University Police station is open 24 hours. !fin need of help or information call 974-2628. Ta_mpa Electric Comp.any conerning nuclear fusion as an a lternative energy source THE ORACLE -May 16, 1974 5 La Mancha Dos residents complain of cockroaches BY STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writer Eighty resjdents of La Mancha Dos apartments have signed a petition protesting the unsanitary conditions there, John Shelley, SG secretary for Off-Campus Housing, said. The complaints stem from two students who finally moved out of La Mancha Dos due to the large number of cockroaches they said they continually "combatted." Beverly Goss and Elizabeth Santi, both USF students, complained "numerous times to the manager;' about the problem, but nothing was done Goss said THE LEASE said spraying was done once a month Goss said but "we asked them to spray five times in seven months." "Roaches were coming out of everywhere. We could count 20 in the bathroom alone," Goss said. Spraying in one apartment didn't help the problem Goss said, because they "were in the walls, plumbing and in adjacent apartments." La Mancha Dos manager George Haseman said, however, "We spray once a month. I'm aware they said they had a proble m and we sprayed again when asked." He also said the sprayers saw no cockroaches. "WHEN APARTMEJl,;TS are. kept. clean there usually isn't a problem; if they leave food around, there is, Haseman said. Haseman said he didn't receive any complaints. from Goss and Santi "until recently" and termed their leaving due to the roaches as "suspicious." Haseman said he also heard about the petition and said he has increased the spraying to every three weeks instead of once monthly OTllEH HESIDEJl,;TS of La Mancha attested to the roach problem Goss said. In collecting the eighty signatures, she said she hit different areas of the complex, not just her section In attempting to get a ttention drawn to the problem Goss said she called th e County Board of Health which she said referred her to the Hote l and Restaurant Commission. i\I Krone a r epresen tative from I he Commission v i ewe d the apartments and said. acco rding to (;oss he saw some. "fi lth y apartmcnts ... and other conditions not conducive to the maintenance of sanitary conditions." However, he said in light of the problem, the management was doing "all it could under the circumstances." Goss and Santi have moved, forfeiting return of their deposit. "We're definitely going to take it to a small claims court," Goss said. "We're students and can't afford to lose the deposit." "MY MAJOR complaint," Santi said, ''is finding cockroaches on my toothbrush and being awakened at 4 a.m. with them walking on my arms and cheeks."

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6-THE ORACLE May 16, 1974 Dance program feature seniors Graduating seniors will be featured in an eight-number Dance Department workshop today and tomorrow at 8 p.m in TAR 222. Performing in the workshop, which will feature not only dancing but also live music by USF musicians and sculpture furnished by the Art Department, will be : Student dancers ... present workshop 3 shows c 'ntinue Robin Sussex, who has choreographed and will dance Spring Fever; '' Dale Stoneman, who has choreographed and will dance Dayafalo Debra Fernandez who has choreographed and will dance "Naked Moon, Breathing Sky ; Debbie Nigro who has choreographed and will dance "Outcome," and Diane Hartwig who will perform "Tap Dance on Rock," "Fish in Water and "Trash in the Wind. Ann Martin and Jeff Norton will dance The Fifth Day," an excerpt from the musical dance "The Creation," choreographed by Dance Instructor Ha y dee Gutierrez Valdez. A dance group will perform "The Red Ear," choreographed by Nigro, and eight dancers will perform "Miracle, a number choreographed by Stoneman which has been selected for performance at the major dance recital May 31 and June 1. Dance Instructor Carol Turoff is coordinator for the workshop. 2 Asolo plays close Special to the Oracle SARASOTA Two highly acclaimed plays of the Asolo State Theater's 1974 season of professional rotating repertory close their runs at the Ringling Museums' court playhouse in Sarasota next week. First to vanish from the Asolo boards will be the American professional premiere of Carl Zuckmayer's "The Devil's General." This drama about Nazi Germany, centering on the dashing, rebellious General Harras, was adapted for the American stage and directed by distinguished guest director Tune Yalman. Remaining performance dates are the evenings of Thursday and Sunday with the closing performance scheduled for the afternoon of May 22. NEXT TO LEAVE the Asolo's repertory will be Sir Noel Coward's .Private Lives A smash-hit favorite since its opening performance February 16, this delightful piece of sophisticated slapstick has only two further performances on the Asolo's boards Tuesday afternoon, and its closing performance Friday night, May 24. Continuing their runs in the repertory are Philip Dunning's and George Abbott's classic on New York Cabaret life in Prohibition days, "Broadway"
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Professional belly dancer "Asmia" ... will perform Friday and Saturday nights Belly art.ist to -wiggle during, Head Theatre An "exotic belly dancing premiere" will be presented l;y !lead Theatre this weekend, Dave Elman, Head Theatre secretary, said. Elman said the beily dancer's performance is a first for tlw USF community. "Asmia," a professional dancer in the Tampa Bay area. will perform Friday and Saturday at midnight during thl' Head Theatre Follies. The weekend Head films will be shown in the Lan Lit auditorium and "Asmia" will dance on the auditorium stage. Films sdwdull'd both evenings include Donald Duck, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck. Chilly Willy, Flip the Frog and Merrie Melodie cartoons. La.url'I and llardv films will also be shown a long with the Little Hascals and tlw Stooges. A variety of films will be shown each evening, Elman said. Admission to the films and thl' dance is $1 for thl' gcncral public and 75 cents for Head Theatre 111l'mbers. Geologists plan field trip A field .trip to phosphate operations in Mulberry area is part of the Geology Department's Open House activiti es. David Miller Geology Club pre::;ident. said. The trip will lw sponsored by the USF chapter of the American Institute of Mining, Mettallurgical. and Petroleum Engineers. he said. Participants will leave the Chemistry parking lot al noon Saturday to tour the phosphate Survival talk set A presentation on returning to natural foods a nd lifest y les will be made tonight at 7: :10 in the St. Pete Campus recreation com plex. The program is part of the Bay Campus' continuing "Sur vival Work shop." oplralions including mining and processing, l\liller said. l lSF sludlnl or otlwr in ll'nsled person is irnited but s hould sign up in lhl' offil'l '. CllI<: :WH. Tlwre will Ill' no charge and safl'ly glass<>s and hard hats 11ill be prol'idcd. l w said Program about New College to air Sunday WQSR. radio 102.::i. will present a program concerning the New College merger Sunday a t 6 p .m a WQSR spokesman said. The half-h o ur program will deal with attitudes of USF stud en ts a nd a lso the attitudes of Pres. Cecil Mackey on the merger. the spokesman said. THE ORACLE-May 16, 1974 7 No monkey biz in 1Story' BY JEFF STRANGE Oracle Entertainment Editor "Monkevs are not on trial here, "Seig Heil" and "F-U c ... were quotes from three plays in The Big Story," formed yesterday. "The Big Story" is a summary of key events covering three decades. Story was protjuced and direc ted by R. J. Schneider, associate professor of Speech The performance included scenes from the Scopes Trail in 1925, th e Na z i Youth Rall y in 19 35 and the Woodstock Rock Festival in 1969 THE \'\'OOD STOCK Festival was hy far th e most enterta ining and original. Th e Nazi Rally w a s a hit dry with too much emphasis on mac hin elik e di alogue; h Qwever th e Scopes Trial was well done with John Leipzic playing Clare nc e Darrow for the defense and Larry O'Connell playing pr :osecutor William .Jenn ings Bryan The Scopes Tri a l was per formed by every member in the I I person cast and flowed alo ng smoothly. John Leipzic did a convincing job on the defense with his de e p loud voice Larry O'Connell played the aging, famous prosecutor. but it often appeared as if he were on the NINEHOUSE PRODUCTIONS and CONCEPT ENTERTAINMENT IND. present SEALS& CROFTS IN CONCERT MAY 17 8 p.m. with WALTER HEATH ST. PETERSBlJRG BA YFRONT CENTER ARENA Ti('kt'fs arnilahle at: HASPFflNS Bl iDGET TAPES TEMPl.F TFRIUCE SL.\l.S ,\.: CROlTS' :\l :\\TS!' .\I.Ill '\I l ':\11! Jll:\ Cl 111 D IS .\\'. \11..\111.F :\()\\. defense since h e wasn't very forceful with his dialogue The Nazi Rally was difficult to follow; events were quickly switched in time and place. WOODSTOCK WAS the final play and had theliveliestreaction from the audience; everyone could relate to this festival which drew 300,000 music lovers. During the Woodstock Scene a .DECORATOR BLOCK 7 5/8 x 15 5/8 72 11 5/8 x 11 5/8 96 WHITE CEMENT BRICK 15 reporter interviewed the fans and got some hilarious statements about drugs, sex and music. The cast was supported by Christopher Schneider and Richard Kaye who made ex cellent use of the stage in set graphics. A PA system often helped a cheering cast which added to the overall effectiveness. CLAY POTS 2Y2" 14" All Sizes 8 UP HANGING BASKETS PLASTIC WIRE CLAY BEST SELECTION IN TAMPA INDOOR GARDE .NING SUPPLIES POTTING SOIL WATER SOLUBLE FERTILIZERS PERLITE VERMICULITE FERN FIBRE OSMUNDA SPHAGNUM MOSS ..._ ... I .. i ... 9-6 ClOSED SUN. O 'BERRY OUTDOOR PRODUCTS INC. the .depot presents 11THE OUTLAWS" I tonight thru Sunday -.-.;::-; HAPPY HOUR 14985 Nebraska Ave. I DAILY 5-7 (corner Bearss & Nebraska) I :&==t::::== :':'=H::=::::=:=:=;:;=::::====::g: \,,,,,,,, Sunday May 19 Noon Till B .ONNIE & CLYDE SUNDAY SIDEWALK 51st & Fowler at s ALE Herald Square

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8-THE ORACLE sports May 16, 1974 Autocross team takes triumphs Danny Shields, USF Sports Car Club president, led the way to four Brahman victories at MacDill charity :\utocross. Dri vi n g a Sprite, Shi('lds rnced to dctury in C-Sports class with nW student Bill Harvey second. !Inward Duncan and Chuck Smith placed one-two respec tinly in the Modified-:! division. <'a rig Smith ruled the Modified2 dass in his Midget, as Bob Vail cruised to victory in A-Sedan el ass. --------lntramurals --------Budweiser unbeaten The USF intramural fields were hit with three storms yesterdayone produced by nature, one by the Budweiser Boys and one by Lambda 1. Scoring 34 runs,,the Budweiser Boys had little trouble remaining in the unbeaten ranks, dropping the Unknowns, 34-6. CHRIS WELSH HELPED Lambda 2 in its 21-4 shellacking of Eta 2, as he picked up three home runs. Theta 1 also produced some fireworks, blasting Iota 3, 19-9. Kurt Mossberg went four-for-four, including a double and a triple, while Steve Lind contributed a pair of doubles in his three-for-three performance. Eta 1 and Theta 2 engaged in a slugfest with Theta 2 finally getting the upper hand, 14-12. LAMBDA CHI REMAINED on the undefeated track with its 10-4 rout of Kappa Alpha Psi. Mike Plumlee chipped in with a pair of triples. But the day was not lacking in fine pitching performances. Beta 1 East turned in the afternoon's only shutout, as it blanked Beta 2 East, 6-0. .JEFF KOHLER SPUN a five-hitter and Jim Goeb hit a homerun and collected three RBI's as Tau Epsilon Phi nipped Tau Kappa r:psilon, 5-3. And All the Kings' Men could get only five hits off Steve Rosander, as the Whiffers triumphed, 5-1. Good Question and Beta 3 East ( B3E) used eight run totals to notch victories over their opponents. PETE MOllHMA '\ WE:\'T three-for-four for B3E as Mike Reid lil'lped Good Question with a home run and two doubles. Pi Kappa Payote was a 7-0 winner by virtue of Black Soul's forfeit. T Fencers in Mexican meet 10909 N. FLORIDA AVE. PH. 9JJ .. 6402 BY IUNDY WEATHEHLY Oracle Sports Writer Cindy El yea and Marga rl't \kCubbin are a long way from honw. The two USF Fenci!l g Club nwmlJers Id! yesterday for l\kxi('o City to participate in l,;1 l{dor111a !nvi!al1onal Fencing Tournament Saturday and Sunday ;11 the Olympic Training Cenkr "WE llO:\'T K:\O'v\ liow we'll fare .. 1-:lyea said bl'foi'l' they left. "Everyone has told us internatinna I fencing is tough." "W(' want to get a little international experience and see wlwt till' competition is like," Mccubbins said. "We've never reall\' done anything outside of l<'lorida. "Thl' tournament is open to any Margaret McCubbin ... visits Mexico national or international team or player," Elyea said. Invitati ons are sent everywhere .. Bl' T TllEY 11:\ll:\'T plannl'd to make tht trip until till'\ Gymnastics, tennis offered in summer Wonwn 's nonlTedit courses in gymnastics and tennis w ill h e offered by USF beginning in Junl'. said Hichard HrightwC'll, director of the Center for Con tinuing Education. (;irls' (;ymnastics. open to l:?.16-year-olds. is for those setking beginning or in!Prnwdiate skills. The class will meet Mond a y. and Friday af ternoons. June 17 to July 2fi. in thC' gymnasium. The IntensiYe Basic Tennis Instruction for adults i s for those with lilt IP or no tennis experience and nwets at the same time as I lw gymnast ies course Tennis l\1ini Clinics for men and women with :;onil' tennis background arl' planned for Tut'sday evPnings. Session I nwets June 18 !(1 .July :2. while Session 1 I runs from .Jul: \l to July n For nHirt information on the summer programs. contact the Center for the ('onlinuing Education at Oracle Advertising Artist Needed 10-12 hrs. per week For Quarter IV \ \':>. I ,,....._ ..:_.... l\'-\,n '-'1 \....-" 1 i ) > i L I ,. \ received encouragement from members of the University of Miami's team. Both M cCubbin and E ly ea wiil enter the women s foil competition Saturday. "\Ve havt to be there by Friday for a weapons check. but we thought we' d go early and get acciimatPd." E lyea said. mentioning '.\kxirn Cit) s high altitudl' as the main thing they would need lo gl't used to. TllE VISIT \\ILL be a costly one. l\kCubbin and Elyea are footing the bill themselves because tlwy have no financial sponsors. And they will have in pass up the Sectional Tournament in Athens (;a. thi s weekend. But tlw two fen cE:>rs agree the Mexico tnp is more important since tlwy \\'ill be competing against pE'opl e from other countries \\'Ito usl' different styles USF's club will still be rP,presented at the sectional Jeff Ganoung and Dan Daly are entered in men s foil. and Daly will also see action in men' s epee. Both have already qualified for Nationals in New York June 22-29. WHAT DO YOU GET WHEN YOU CROSS A HORNY BULL WITH A RHINO? AN EARTHQUAKE. The Montezuma Horny Bull: l oz. Montezuma Tequi l a. m t 5 o z CONCENTRATED ORANGE on ezuma BREAKFAST DRINK Over ice. I t's sensati o nal and that's no bull. TEQ..lJJI--1r7\.. --------------------------------, : PAESAnO'S : : DtaQwn : I I : m WE'VE : I I : EXPANDED : : Visit our New Paesano's II : : Same Traditional Italian Menus : .: & Fine Service : Apply Now in LAN 472 : 8622 N. 40th St. I Would like to see samples of your work. : corner of 40th & Yukon one block south of Busch I -. r 1 -'\ .... ______________________ .... '---------------------------------

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THE ORACLE -May 16, 1974 9 Brahman net squad stays home BY DAVE MOORMANN Oracle Sports Editor The men s tennis squad has received a lot of attention since the completion of its best season. But the one reward Coach Spa ff Taylor and the players were looking for-a trip to the nationals in California-was denied them yesterday when Dr. Joe Howell, vice president for Student Affairs, said there were not enough funds for the team to make the trip. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Richard Bowers, speaking for Howell who was unavailable for comment said. "he ves had a hand in three victories to help the Black Soulerettes to the women's team championship in intramural track and field last week. Wotrn n's totals were tabulated yesterday. while the men steam results will be available today. With a time of 6.3 seconds in th e 5 0-year dash. a 12. 0 in the 100-yard dash and a share of the Soulerettes' 29.0 clocking in the 200-yard shuttle relay, Reeves captured top honors in the wom en's individual standings as well. ONLY EICIIT TE:\MS entered the women's competition, while 34 men's squads saw action in the meet. "The girls usually play on Thursdays," said Jill Barr, assistant coordinator m recreational sports. "It's hard to get them to par ticipate on Fridays," Greg White of Alpha Phi Alpha had the best time in the 100-yard dash 9 8 seconds, while Lambda 2's Jim Wright and Rick Esack of the Primos were only one-tenth of a second slower. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON'S Steve Krist was timed al 24.2 to take the 220-yard dash while Jeff Yennie was tops in the 440 at 53.0. Baptist Campus Ministry < BCM) had four titleholders George Davis won the 880 ( 2:02) and the mile (4:50l. while Paula Thrift took the softball throw for distance. 126 feet. And BCM's Candv Wells s h a red top honors in the softball throw for accuracy with Jeanne La Pointe. In the men's throwing events, Larry Gottesman put the shot 42 feet. 6.25 inches for the FHAC Smashers, as Penthouse's Ed Palmer recorded a toss of 41 feet, 6.75 inches. Jim Goeb and Michele Scholoz were the long jump winners. Goeb leaping 21feet,3 inches and Scholoz jumping 15 feet 5 inch es. Relay events found Font a na and Black Soul clocked in th e best times. Fontana' s women won th e 440relay in 1 : 00.0. as Black Soul was clock ed at 1:36.9 in the 880-relay. SCIIEDULl;\IG TIIE MEN'S a nd women' s events on the same d ays worked out pretty well said Andy Honk e r. coordinator of recreational sports. We're thinking of running them thre e days next year." Honker said. "We could split up the heats in the dashes so we wouldn't hav e as many on one day.'' The first two days would be devoted to preliminaries, with finals on the last day, he said. 6906 N. 56th ST. *ACROSS FROM KING HIGH SCHOOL WHIPPING POST NOW PLAYING FRESH SQUEEZE NEXT WEEK OUTLA ws HAPPY HOUR 5c DRAFT WED & SAT STARTS AT 8:00 GIRLS FREE TUES. THRU THUR. FLA. A VE. NORTH OF FLETCHER Engineers: Find out about the Nuclear Navy. Think you have the ability to maste r nu clear enginee ring) The Navy's Nuclear Propulsio n Progr.1111 has openings for about outstanding college gradu; ltcs \\/ant dcuils, Talk to a Navy Propulsion Oilicet. Be someone special in the new N U.S. NAVY RECRUITING STATION 8808 N. 56th St. TEMPLE, FLA. PH. 985-1010

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10-THE ORACLE May 16, 1974 Daylight grounds sprinkling at USF allowed ... because there is no water shortage here. Three will compete for top senate post The Faculty Senate yesterday nominated candidates for officers and standing committees for 1974-75 in their last regular meeting of Dr. Ellen Kimmel, Dr Dean Martin and current Senate Chairman Jesse Binford were nominated for chairman. COLEEN STORY, Dr. Mitchell Silverman and Dr. Irving Deer will run for the vice chairman post. Dr. Don Harkness and Dr. Sape Zylstra were nominated to ser.vc as the Senate's secretary and Dr. Heinrich Eichhorn-von Wurmb and Dr. Frank Breit were nominated for sergeant-at-arms. Elections Committee Chairman Fred Zerla also called for nominations for a Senate representative to the State' University System Faculty Senate. Dr. Pete Kares, Dr. Daniel Rutenb erg, Dr. Helen Popovich Dr. Les Small, Dr Pat Strong, Dr. Hans Juergensen and Dr. Roy Francis were nominated to fill the position. ACCORDING to Senate by-laws, the winner of the Senate chairman race would also serve on the SUS Senate, Zerla said. Also nominated were prospective members for the Senate's Com mittee on Committees, Committee on Elections, Journal Committee and By-Law s Corrimitte e. Zerla said the election would tak e place by mail ballot beginning Friday, with ballots due May 23. Run-offs will take place May 28-Jurn: 3, with results a nnounced that evening. $)8.50 ;,lJse Our Convenient CHARGE PLANS-BUDGET ACCOUNTS We Accept: BankAmericard Diners Club Shoppers Charg1.> Master Charge Caret. Blanr:hl' eAmencan E ,pres.< JEWELERS IN TAMPA SHOP AT GORDON'S 3924 BRITTON PLAZA SHOPPING CTR. NORTH GATE SHOPPING CENTER OTHER STORES IN: St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Sem111ol Bradenton, Plant C ity and Lakeland. USF officials anticipate no problem with water BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer USF is irrigating during the day, even though Hillsborough County residents have been requested to sprinkle only at night to avoid water loss, becau se USF is not experiencing a water s hortage and i s not connected to the county water system, Grounds and Landskeeping Superintendent Bill Andrews said yesterday W e haven't had any water s hortag e and never hav e had one." Andrews said. 'This is simply because we have a con trolled irrigation system. When a drought period comes we can r educe the amount of water and onl y irrigate in priority areas and minimize the munber of systems we use. HOXY NEAL, acting director of Facilities Planning agreed with Andrews that USF has no water shortage. He said it is physically impossible for all of the University's sprink ling to be done at night. "We have some fiOO acres to maintain and so we can't do all the irrigation at night. Andrews said about 60 per cent of all sprinkling is done betw ee n '.l-11 a.m. He also said from March until June each year the total amount of water used in irrigation is reduced about 33 per cent. "WE II/\ \'E 600 acres under irrigation an d there 's about 6,000 sprinkler heads on those acres," he said. "In order to get one fourth inch of water on the grass, eac h sprink ler must run one hour. There's no way we can do this all at night." Joa a Water wasted because it falls on parked cars or on sidewalks often cannot be saved Andrews said. "There is no place where you can engineer an irrigation system where no water is wasted a nd no sidewalks get wet," he said : :::;:: .. : ::.,=::::=::::=::=:=::::;=::;::<::::;;:::::=:;;=::;=::::::=<::=:= !i!j !Jt ,::; 1b hckey co. I :::::: ..., :::: furniture rental I n I ANNOUNCING A NEW LOCATION ITT :::* m [t ![fi AT HERALD SQUARE 5110 FOWLER AVE. 985-4451 Bay Areo.. May 18 g.00-12.0o P.M. $1.00 Donation exc.lusively provided by Tropic. \Adventures l Ltd. \ 2300 N. Oreqon Neo.rW. Col1.1.Mb1)i Dr. and phone: 1o21-1qn Sponsortd 6" BA.C.O.N. Areo. c'i+il.ens Orrosed to Nix on

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THE ORACLE -May 16, 1974 11 Riggs quizzed concerning tenure BY STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writer Vice President for Academic Affairs, Carl Riggs, speaking on "Access" last night, defined tenure as the ''process of long standing in the academic world" and a method of "protecting academic freedom." Its invention was to guarantee and "protect beliefs" held by the academia. Tenure is used "as a job protection device more than as a protection of academic freedom," Riggs said. Tenure-granting is an annual process in which teachers are evaluated in the State University System. Faculty must go through a probationary periOd of five years, after which recommendations are made by the respective college dean and forwarded to the president and finally to the Board of Regents, which makes the final decision, Riggs said. THERE ARE three When tenure is denied. the instructor is given one year's notice and a "definite appeal procedure" is available. Riggs said. The case may go before the Academic Relations Committee to be reviewed. Publications board certifies possibilities open for a faculty member during foe tenure decision-making proces s. He or she may be granted tenure, have deferred tenure for a year or be Tenure decisions are based on three considerations, Riggs said. Teaching is the "main thrust" but research and other creative activities and service, within and with
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12-THE ORACLE May 16, 1974 Student Senate tables ROTC BY STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writer The SG Senate has again tabled, this time "indefinitely," a resolution supporting crossenrollment of the ROTC program between USF and the University of Tampa. The resolution was sent to the Senate Academic Affairs committee for further review and possible action The Senate also tabled a bill calling for Senate support and promotion of student activities on campus. The bill was tabled to insure proper time would be spent on it at next week's meeting A RESOLUTION calling for SG clipping of all articles covering their functions appearing in the Oracle was passed by ac-5 students clamation. This file would be open to any interested student. In other action, a resolution passed the Senate calling for "a way of making things nicer at the USF Riverfront area, Sen Abbey Rosenfeld said. The resolution proposed charging a $25 fee to students who wish to rent the area between sunset and 2 a.m., when the area is least used According to the resolution, "the rental of this facility would allow for improvements, en tertainment, alcoholic beverages to be served and would benefit the entire community A $25 deposit fee would also be charged Letters recommending this service will be sent to USF Pres. Cecil Mackey and Dr Joe remain in senior contest Candidates for the Alumni Association s Outstanding Senior Fall schedules now available Class Schedules for Qtr. 1 1974 can now be picked up in ADM 264. Registration Course Request Forms can be obt'lined next week from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in ADM 264. Deadline for the return of completed Registration Course Request Fro ms is Friday, May 24. Award have been narrowed to five finalists Alumni Affairs Director Joe Tomaino said. "The five finalists will be interviewed on May 30 by a panel of the alumni and then the winner will be picked," Tomaino said. He said the finalists are Patti Hayes SOC; Mark Levine PSY ; Beth Bell, COM; Warren Harris CRJ, and Catherine Rohrbacher, SPA and ENG. "We had 50 applicants at the beginning," Tomaino said. "All of them had very good qualifications." AtSHAEBY'S we serve fun (also pizza) 81 't4 N. Fla. Ave Tampa, Fla. 935-3101 Howell, vice president for Student Affairs. In the executive business, SG Pres. Richard Merrick said in formation concerning "the great refrigerator rip-off would be distributed through the dorms. Merrick also told the Senate of Florida's Secretary of State Richard Stone's trip to USF and his forum which will be held in the UC Ballroom today at 2 p.m LUTHERAN WORSHIP By Popular Demand, Worship is Noon SUNDAYS at the Episcopal Center on 50th Street I For Information, call 988-4025 SG Vice President WavnE> Wech sler said Mackey has respond e d to his invitation to attend an SG Senate meeting and will attend next week s meeting in UC 252 at 7 p m. TODD MIDNIGHT COWBOY with DUSTIN HOFFMAN Rated R ALICE'S RESTAURANT with ARLO GUTHRIE Rated PG _______ oin the New Yesfer ea.r IJ?OO /{ _,, t\ext-fu\\ Sc.lt\\tul' rates Vf 01r\y."

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Stolen property valued at $1,172 Property and currency valued at $1,172.25 were reported stolen this week, University Police
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14-THE ORACLE May 16, 1974 Pettigrew gets USFsupport Chuck Gay, a member of Students for Pettigrew, receives petition signatures in the UC lobby. Organized to help elect State Sen. Richard Pet tigrew, D-Miami, to the congressional seat currently held by Sen. Edward Gurney, the committee will hold a meeting tonight at 8 p.m. in UC 201. Oracle photo b y Doc Park e r WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE Must vacate warehouse June 1 No reasonable offer refused WIDE TRACK SPECIAL BLEMISHED F60-14 19.84 G60-14 20.76 860-13 17.92 Hypertension session set next week; aides needed ALL PRICES PLUS F.E.T. ALL HILLCREST TIRES $1.00 OVER cos:r STEEL BELT BY MAH CL\ SHAN BE H G Oracle F eature Editor V olu nteers are n eeded to record medic a l histor i es. h ei ght a nd weight blood pressure, man a n informa tion table and c ouns e l people screened during a progra m of h ypertension e ducation and screening Curtis Wienker, Anthropology instructor and project chairman, said. The program, in conjunction with National High Blood Pressure Month ee.;eru .,f 4 I l::-:. s.:. I Open 4-12 Daily Sun. 1-10 ff 07 l IUSCH llVD. 93SSl1 A70-13 22.50 D70-14 24-61 -14 25.45 F70-14 25.90 G70-14 27.35 H78-14 27.93 G70-15 29.34 H78-15 28.58 J78-15 29.56 L78-15 31.72 Other tires specially priced too numerous to list King Tire Warehouse 5411 E. Henry Ph. 621-4550 .,,,. _.,,.,,,,....,,,. .. _._._._.,,,. ........ ,,. ....... v.. ..... ,,._..._..r..._. _._. _..,._._._._._._.,, ........ _._._._.,,.,,._._._. ....... WN Cosa nacosta piu desiderata EL CEASAR'S ITALIAN FRIED CHICKEN for speedy service Open Mon. -Sat. llam -9pm Fried Chicken ltaiian Style Spaghetti Rigatoni Sandwiches Try our Chicken Salad Sandwiches. Terrace Village Shopping Center 10910 N. 56th street. Phone 988-9771 ._....,.,._._._ ........ ._..,.. .................. ._ ..,.. ........ ._.._ ............... ,,.. -,,.. Dr. Bill Pinson Professor of Christian Ethics At the Baptist Campus Ministry Thursday, May 16, at 7:00 Lead Discussion on ''Developing a Christian Sex Ethic"

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HELP WANTED ) BUSBOYS, cooks & cook assi stants needed. Please apply at Le Studio Restaurant. 7209 N. Dale Mabry. 932-5820 932-5007. NEED student to help me run store. Mostly Friday afternoon & all day Sat. No ex perience necessary. Chris is graduating. Call 932-0322 for interview. Bermax Western Wear 8702 Neb. Ave. FULL TIME summer jobs. Save over $2,000. Call Dave Abrams for interview, 971-4470. BABYSITTING and light housework. Flexible hours 'approx. 4-7, M-F. Own transportation required. 2 ages 9 and 11. 52 hour. Call 932-1130 STUDENT Help Wanted: To work part-time in Shoe Dept. Varible hours. Looking for management-oriented student. Cooks-101h Ave. al 501h SI 247-4705. Contact Mr. Becker. SALES HELP NEEDED Experience Preferred. SUK CHIK 10024 N 30th St FULL or part time-Painter's helper. No experience neerJed but would help. Must have own transportation. Call after 7 :00 p.m. 238-1326. ENTHUSIASM is the key to an easy way to earn more money. If you can handle the competition & enjoy talking on the phone, this is the job for you. Morning, afternoon & evening shifts available. If yo!J are in terested, please call Mrs. Wandel al 224-7996. THE TRIBUNE CO. is presently looking for several-enthusiastic & competitive people for outside sales. This would involve the early evening hours & no transportation is necessary. For more information, call Mrs. Brown 224-7996. SUMMER positions Mass. boys' camp has openings for gen. counselors, music, science, ham radio, tennis, golf, swim ming, etc. Call locally 971-9361 evenings. INTERESTED in becoming part of an aggressive news staff? The Oracle is looking for students interested in repor ting, editorials, minority coverage, layout & feature work. If you plan to attend USF this summer & are willing to work long hours for a low salary, call Sandy at 974-2842. WANTED: SEAC Major Events Assoc to produce mjajor Concerts & events for USF students. 5250-$325 per Qtr. for approx. 20 hr. work week. AppliCation a'lail. in CTR 222. Deadline for application is May 22. I APTS. & HOUSES TO SHARE GREEN OAK Villa Apts.-1 &2 Bedroom furnished & unfurnishe d apartments, diswasher, garbage disposaL fully car peted, pool, laundry: Varied Leases. Near USF at 42nd St & Skipper Road-Call 9714408 or 9711424. 1 or 2 Female roommates needed. Have own room, no deposit. Close to USF. Stay summer or all year. Has pool and tennis courts. For information call 985-4077 Preferably after 9 p .m. TV, RADIO, STEREO I .... DON' T pay the high mail order prices. Thieve's Warehouse of Tampa. 1531 s. Dale Mabry. 254-7561. SAE MARK IVB, Power Amp, 200 Watts RMS. Harmon Kardon Citation, 15 Tuner Dynaco Stereo 120 Power AMP Oynaco a35 Speakers. NEED CASH! Any Good Offer! 876-0169, 935-2227. SERVICES OFFERED I 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 Wilson. 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 call 988-3435 Ask for Liz. SPECIALIZED TYPIST I BM CORRE CTI NG Selectric, carbon ribbon, pica or elite. Greek symbols. Exp. Turabian, Campbell, APA, etc. s min. from USF. Nina Schiro, 9712139. If no answer, 235-3261 IT'S SPRING and I'm ready. I'm an AKC Irish Setter from champion stock and a proven stud. For reservations 971 -2 065. Quality breeding only. T r y ii, you'll like ii. GRE PREPARATION COURSE near USF. Score 1000 or your money back. 10 hrs., 530; course repeatable Free. Over 700 have taken our course in South Florida in the last 21; years. For infor call (305) 854-7466. LSAT PREPARATION COURSE near USF. Half of our students scored over 600. 70 pt. improvemenfor your money back. 20 hrs., $60 ; _course repeatable free. Attend first class free, no obligation. For info call (305) 854-7466. USF ART Students: Need extra money? Let us broker your art. Call David 971-5829 before noon weekdays. CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE-Stereo Cabinets, Speaker Cabine t s, Bookcases, Tables-ALL to your sp-ecifications & design. Call after 1 p m .837-1692. MOVING? U-Haul Trailers, reservations now being taken. Call AL'S U -HAUL 971-4568 or stop by at 2245 E. Fletcher and pick up free moving guide. MOBILE HOMES ) OWN.ER selling 12 x 60 Detroiter. 2 large bdroom central air & heat, anchored, skirted. Unique. Adult section, pool & recreation area. S6SO dcwn & assume payments. Financing available. 971-8808. FOR SALE-1973 TRAILER 12'x60'. 2 bdr. furnished. Storage shed include d On plush lot. 3 miles East of USF off Fowler. Call 988-1360. 60x12 on lot with 2 large oaks. Furnished with washer-dryer, air, dishwasher & 9'x10' shed. $4,000. Call 949-1434 after 4:00. WOODED LOT for mobile home, 5 min. from USF, SSO monthly, includes water, sewer. Quiet beautiful, boat ramp, fishing. Call Bob 988-4085. TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES t 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 exp erience. Full credit. Off-Campus Term Prog., FAQ 122, 2536. See ad in PERSONAL also. GO WHERE THE CROWDS DON'T KNOW! Year round OVERLAND camping safaris. Europe, Russia, England, Africa, Scandinavia, 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. Elt TIRE INC. BUG & MINI-CAR TIRE SAVINGS Students Onlv -Bring Your l.D. Fulda P -25 Tubeless Radial Polyester Cord Rayon Belts Save Gas and Get Good Tire Mileogu -Positive Handling Reg. Price SALE PRICE F.E.T. Set o f 4 "155RX1 2 S35.00 ea. $ 99.00 $1.43 145RX1 3 31.00 ea. 89.00 1.51 155 RX13 37.00 ea. 104.00 1.60 165RX 1 3 40.00 ea. 112.00 1 78 165RX14 41.00 ea 114.00 1.89 RX15 42.00 ea 116.00 1.83 165RX1 5 45.00 ea. 124.00 2.02 B 1ackwalls only. All prices plus F.E .T. and Stoto Tax -No Trodein Required FREE Valvo Stems when you pay with Cash or Chock Mounting and Balancing Avoiloblo CASH CHECK "MASTERCHARGE BANK AME RICARD OFFICES. 1525 W Kennedy B l vd Tampa. Flo 33607 -Ph. 254 1621 OPEN: BS Monday Friday 8 Soturdoy -Close d Sunday FOR RENT APT. for sublet Qtr. 4. 1 br. furn. 5118 mo. 203D W. T Ward off 15th SI See after 1 p m SUMMER AT LI\, MANCHA DOS. Study & relax at La Mancha Dos this summer. Monthly rates of 572-580. Reservations now being accepted; new apartments and poolside apartments available. One block from campus on 42nd Street PH 971-010Q. 71;,MINUTES FROM USF New 2 bdr w-w carpet central heat and air, drapes, furn. 518()-unfurn $155. Phone 988-6393. COLONIAL GARDENS Students welcome-6 mo. lease. 2 bdrm., 1 bath, luxury apts. Swimming pool, laundry, and rec. room. 2002 E 131st Ave. ph 971-4977. 2 BR DUPLEX, AC, carpet, furnished. Young neighbors, grass, trees. $150 mo. Evenings & weekends 977-1934. SUBLET Clean, 1 BR furn. apt. 2 mi. from USF. WW Carpet, AC, pool, laundry, 5129.75. Call 977-1068 after 6 NO LEASE REQUIRED. 2 BR. DUPLEX, 5150 a month. Can be shared by 2 students. 8614 Mulberry. Call 833-6421 or 839-7503. ONE BEDROOM 5100 per month. All utilities pdid. See at 1308 W Humphre y SI. SUBLET La Mancha Dos Apartments. Two leases available b eginning June l ending Sept. 15 with option lo renew. $67.00 per month. Call Terry 971-7177 or Bruce 9774927. ( PERSONAL ) ACADEMIC CREDIT 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 Prag., FAQ 122, 2536. Orientation sessions M, W, F at 2 p.m in FAQ 100N. Qlr. 4 enrollment in OCT limited because of large numbers s o act NOW. S e e ad in TRAVEL also. WOMEN in Engineering-Me n invited too! Dorothy McClellan P .E. UC 252E, 7 :30, May 20, sponsored by Women's Ctr. DO YOUR academic grades d ecrease as your sprin_ g quarter hell-raising in creases? Don't stack up now. Call a p ee r manage r & finish strong. 974 -2767. I MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS I .... WANTED We can sell your' motorcycle FAST. $10 fee is all you pay. We need 100 every wee k. AAA Cycle Exchange Dibbs Plaza-4119 Gunn Hwy. Near Carrollwood Ph 933-7459. ORACLE Circulation needs asst. circulation mgr. starting summer Qtr. 4 Needs car. Applicant must b e full-lime student & have a. m hours free on Tues. & Thurs. Call Mrs. Varga, 2617. THE ORACLE -May 16, 1974 15 ___ Fo_R __ SA--LE ____ .( ... _A_u_T_o_M __ o_T1_v_e __ ... J '65 MUSTANG Convert. 6 A T.-St e r e o Tape Sup e r-5325 or best offer. Household tur niture-nice-Cosl S780-new-Sell 5245-T V include d 977-1870 GARAGE SALE! Jazz r ecord collection, some rock, all rare items or n e w releases. All in mint cond. Nothing over 51.50. First come get the pick. 2-5 p m Sat .Sun., May 18, 19-434 Riverhills Dr. T e rn Terr. WE HAVE denims in regular and bells, and cords in bells. Also boots, shirts & western hats. Only 10 min. from campus. Straight l e g Levi cords in 3 colors have just come in. Be rmax Western Wear 8702 Nebraska Ave. POCKET calculator-Texas Instruments Model TL-2500 adds, subtracts, multiplies, divides. Cha i n & constant key clear & clear error key, case & A.C. adapter, new. Call Bill at 872-7282. NEWEST Airfoil MAST for fast sailing or trolling. 29 fl. rotating wing rnast & access., never used only 5174. (904) 372-7480. Mowbray 1055 NE 14th Ave. Gainesville, Fl. 32601. ENCYCLOPAEDIA 'BRITANNICA 1961 edition. Excellent condition. 24 volumes, might throw in World Atlas, only 595. Call Dianne 974-2100, Ext. 350, M-F, 104 WATERBED, KUSS, withcustom finished frame, l iner and pad. Als o couch, desk. and recliner. Call after 6 p m VEGA Hatcl1back '71. 4 spcl low miles, new tires, excellent condition. Only Sl.500. C.111 Dave a t 971. 1972 TOYOTA, 4 dr. Under 12,000 miles. N o w tires, r a d io, air conditioning, automatic transmission Phone 988-0537 evenings 1966 VW, AM radio, s t e r e o tape about 12.000 m i les on engine, runs good Asking S750 Will Take B e't Offer. Call 9887688. 1970 VOLKSWAGEN. P erfect lo w mileage. Must sell 51,200. 688-5057 Lakeland or leave note LAN 378. 65 VW BUG, Nice, shag carpe t New 1n. terior. 5635. Call 9775388. MUST SELL '70 VW, A-C, radio, new tires, Exe. cond. Call 988-3261 afte r 4 p.m. ( REAL ESTATE J LOVELY brick front, 3 b edroom, 1 balh. CB home, large fenced yard. Clo se to USF and VA hospital. 519,500 Call 9717725 of too much paying for your refrigerator? Call Ray King 2761 or Joe Howell 2151. ,. ............................. ,.. .......................................... i BUSCH GARDENS i ENTERTAINMENT AUDITIONS I Acoustic Country and Folk Rock I Place: Time: I I TraveLodge on 9 a.m. 5 p.m.! Fowler Ave. May 17, 1974 I = Call the Busch Gardens Personnel Office I at 813-988-5171 for additional information I I and audition appointment. An equal opportunity employer member of National Alliance of Businessmen k ..................... ,.. ...... ,. .................................... "4 iBURGERLANDi I OPEN 24 HOURS ; I I I BRING THIS AD I I FOR lOc OFF Coupon Good I I SPECIAL w /ID Thro May 20 I I I I I I I ; 12810 Nebraska Ave. I iBURGERLAND! I I I Help u s to Break the Inflation! We insist that all Restaurants I I Lower their Prices or GET OUT of Business! I I WATCH FOR THE NEW IMPROVED BURGERLAND! I

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