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Oracle photo by Doc Parker Walking in the rain Yesterday's violent rainstorm brought with it both the aura of natural phenomena and man's ability to adapt to any situation. Photo by Dale Quartin Ellison to review SUS purchasing BY SA:":DRA WRIGHT Oracle :w_ana.ging Editor The Joint Legislative Auditing Committee has requested Florida Auditor Gen. Ernfst Ellison review purchasi11gprocedures throughout .theState University System committee staff director Mike Rose said ,.. yestetday: : The review, requested by Sen. George Firestone. D-Miami. was initiated following a le JJe r from Sen. Walter Sims H-Orlando, Rose said. '\'..;( .> } ;--.,-"IT HAS been turned over to the auditor general for a review in the course of his next audit." !{o_ se said. 'He 1 Ellison> gets many requests for Sims sent copies of hi:>. letter to several universities, including USF. University General Counsel Larry Robinson yesterday acknowledged he has received the letter but was unable to adequately comment on it. "It is hard to comment on it because it referred to attachments, none of which I got." Robinson said. THE LETTER also lacks specific charges, Robinson said. Because of this. he said, he is not sure of its implications. Asked if there have been any USF violations of state purchasing laws Robinson declined to respond directly. "That question falls in the same category as 'am I beating my wife."' he said. "How do I know0 Tenure linked to publications BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer See editorial on page 4 Evidence compiled by the office of Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin indicates USF has used publication and research as the criteria for the granting of tenure, a Shevin aide said yesterday. Anne Cazares, assistant director for Consumer Protection for Shevin who has been in vestigating USF tenure practices, said she has written documentation that research and publication are sometimes a criteria for tenure at USF CHAPTER 73-338, Florida Statutes, the Omnibus Education Act, prohibits "denial of promotions, salary adjustments, re-employment or tenure ... solely for failure to do research, publish or perform other scholarly sc tivities." Cazares forwarded a report on the USF tenure probe to Deputy Atty. Gen. Bay a Harrison Tuesday. Harrison said yesterday he would decide whether USF violated the Omnibus Education Act after further study of the report. THE REPORT is "complete and up to date," but "it looks like there will be further inquiry," Cazares said. Harrison said yesterday he plans to request a meeting with USF Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs and General Counsel Larry Robinson. He said he wants to "chat" about the report, noting the findings included are not yet verified. According to the report, Cazares has spoken with Senate Education Committee legislative analyst Ernie Litz (also investigating USF tenure practices), who "feels there is a definite violation of the Omnibus Education Act." "IN A GENERAL survey of the colleges on campus, Mr. Litz found the research and publishing is emphasized more than teaching," the report stated. "Also, those who do research and publish are paid larger merit increases than those who tea ch. For example, an average raise in salary of $1,300 is given to those who research and publish as opposed to $500 merit increases for quality teaching." The report stated, "When Mr. Litz requested data on professors considered for tenure, the subject files were mov .ed by the University Police by order of USF Pres. Cecil Mackey." PACL l'RAVICH, director of Public Safety and Security, said last night "that has not happened since I've been here. "We have not been involved in moving any files of any sort." Robinson also said yesterday friday's he had heard of no such action. Mackey was unavailable for comment. THE REPORT also cited "uncertainty on the part of the faculty regarding the role of research in the University's priorities. Some faculty mem bers are confused concerning the emphasis on teaching and research. Many understood they were to be judged primarily for their teaching, not for research and publication. "Lack of communication between the Administration and the faculty of various colleges is blamed," the report stated. Cazares said in the report the 'denial of tenure for a large number of professors at the College of Business Ad ministration prompted tpis inquiry. ... THE H:\SIS for the allegations of violation of the legislative intent" of the Om nibus Education Act was a memo from Business Dean Howard Continued on page 12 ORACLE May 17, 1974 Vol. 9 No. 32 12 pages Stone talks on growth, tuition fees Secretary of State Richard Stone, speaking yesterday in the UC, told students there is little hope of reduced tuition this year. Stone also hit what he termed runaway growth in Florida. See story Page 3. Oracle photo by Bill Cullerton


2 -THE ORACLE May 17, 1974 Richard Kleindienst pleads guilty WASHINGTON -Former Atty. Gen. Richard Kleindienst pleaded guilty yesterday to a misdemeanor charge of refusing lo testify to the Senate Judiciary Committee about Pres. Nixon's 1971 order to drop an antitrust suit against ITT Compiled from the of United Press International the Arab guerrilla attack on the Israeli village of Maalol in which 300 persons, including 18 schoolchildren died. Prime Minister Golda Meir had hinted at massive reprisals Wednesday night when she vowed Israel would "cut off the hands" of the guerrillas responsible for the attack on Maalot. In addition to the 300 killed, including the three Arab guerrillas, another 87 persons were injured or wounded. The casualty toll was the highest from any s uch raid inside Israel. proved new antibusing legi s l ation, but, once again. severel y undercut its effect by leaving the final determination to the federal courts. He was the second Cabinet officer in this century to be guilty of a crime in connection with his official duties. The fact the crime was merely a misdemeanor could prevent his disbarment. Kleindienst was the second of Nixo n s four attornf'>ys general and he a d of the Justice Department during the original Watergate investigation 'Burglary unknown' WASHINGTON -Watergate Prosecutor Leon Jaworski has found no evidence Pres. Nixon authorized the 1971 burglary at the office of Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist or even knew of it in advance, according to court papers filed yesterday. Making his first public statement about the President's role in the affair, Jaworski made clear he has concluded Nixon was unaware of the plot. In lengthy briefs Jaworski stressed repeatedly that the White House "plumbers" unit that carried out the raid had acted illegally on its own. Israel hits camps DAMASCUS -Israeli warplanes yesterday bombed, rocketed ar.d strafed Palestinian refugee camps and other targets in southern Lebanon and the outskirts of Beirut in two separate attacks in retaliation for Antibusing passes WASHINGTON A bitterly divided Senate yesterday apWith neither side strong enough to score a clear-cut victory the Senate was forced into accepting a hastily packaged compromise that left both sides unsatisfied Schmidt chosen BONN Social Democrat Helmut Schmidt was elected West German chancellor yesterday, moving into the office his party leader. Willy Brandt, abandoned 10 days ago in the wake of a Communist spy scandal. Panel passes growth cap TALLAHASSEE-The Senate Education Committee sent to the floor yesterday a bill limiting growth of universities in the state system. The bill caps the full time student enrollment at UF at 28.000. and allows FSU. USF and FTU to grow to 25.000 students. In other action: the Senate voted unanimously to let police hold drunks in .. protective custody" overnight wit hout booking them on criminal charges. the House passed a bill that w o uld increase state liquor taxes b y JO cents a fifth to raise funds for alcoholic treatment centers. It also voted to tighten laws soliciting funds for charity. FAMU plans eyed TALLAHASSEE --Education Commissioner Ralph Turlington will oppose any plan calling for the merging relocating or abandoning of FAMU Thomas Todd an assistant to Turlington. said. Turlington's comment was dealing with a four-pronged plan which is in the works to upgrade :he "academic image" of the predominantly black school. Parts of the plan include : the addition of new programs in psychology. applied social sciences and journaiism and the raising of admission standards. Tampa laws hit TAMPA -lJ. S. District Court Judge Terrell Hodges struck down two Tampa city ordinances setting fees for adult book stores and adult movie houses yesterday as unconstitutional. weather through Saturday. Lows i11 the low to mid iOs along coast. II igh 1uar !IO. Ha in prohahilit.v :w per Cl'nt toda. and tonight. The judge said in his decision the ordinances were un constitutional because they set higher license fees than for other book stores and movie houses and were therefore discriminatory. Glisson begins probe TALLAHASSEE The possibility of an Election Com mission review of the legality of invitations mailed by U. S Senate candidate Richard Pet tigrew. D-Miami was raised yesterday State Elections Super\'isor Dorothy Glisson said she has asked Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin if he authorized the invitation. mailed to :l5.000 potential pur chasers of $50 tickets to a testimonial affair in Miami next Thursday night Ramsey gets 'coke' GAINESVILLE City Commissioner Russell Ramsey disclosed yesterday he had received six packets of cocaine in the mail from Bogota Columbia. and speculated they came from South American terrorists. He said he immediately notified authorities who told him the drugs street i :alue was about $3,000. Ramsey said he has written several books and articles criticizing terrorists in South America and speculated they were trying to get him in trouble with the law by sending him the cocaine. Askew backs park WASHINGTON -Florida Gov. Reubin Askew urged the Senate subcommittee on National Parks yesterday to end a ten-year delay and create a national seashore near Cape Canaveral in honor of the late C. S. Sen Spessard Holland. The park. to be known as the Spessard Holland '.\:ational Seashore. would cover 11 miles of ocean frontage and "thousands of acres of natural habitat." The Oracle is the official student-edited newspaper of the University of South Florida and is publishe d four times weekly, Tuesday through Friday, during the academic year peri od September through mid-June ; twice the acetdemic year period mid.June through August. b y the University of Florida, 4202 Fowler Ave Tampa. Fla. 33620 Opinions in The Oracle are those of the editors or of the writer and not those of the University of South Florida. Address correspondence to The Oracle LAN Tampa. Fla 33620 Second class postage paid at Tampa, F1a The Oracle reserves the right to r egulate the typographical tone of all advertisements and revise or t _urn 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 or1g1n. The Unive rsity is an affirmative action Equal Opportunity Employer. UT elects head TAMPA Harris Mullen. founder and president of Trend Publications Inc was elected chairman of the Board of Trustees at the l l niversity of Tampa yesterday. .................................................. I NOW OPEN Golden Gate Auto Parts' I Offering USF I students discounts on all parts. I with USF ID card. 6804 Fowler Ave. I !_ _i mile east of 56th St. ...................................................... /'.'.; tt}Jv1 oro BASF The world's first jamproof cassettes BASF invented it: Special Mechanics, the first jamproof system that really works. Not just sometimes -all the time. Two precision guide arms inside each of our SK, LH and Chromdioxid Cassettes feed tape smoothly from reel to reel. 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Oracle photo by Barb Montgomery Hot air This balloon maker, who would only identify himself as "Rabbi. a professional clown," spent his afternoon in front of the Library yesterday. Hartley: USF ready to open 2 centers BY RUSSELL MANLEY Oracle Staff Writer Vice President for Finance and Planning Bert Hartley said yesterday USF is "ready to go" on plans for opening educational centers in the Bradenton-Sarasota and Fort Myers areas, pending legislative appropriations. Plans for opening the two centers were approved by the Board of Regents

4-THE ORACLE May 17, 1974 Tenure policy needs study We seriously doubt there are many people on campus who belie v e USF does not have a publish or perish policy when academic tenure is being con sidered And, in the light of various tenure and promotion decisions made at USF we agree with one Academic Relations Committee (ARC) member who expressed astonishment at a recent statement made by USF Pres. Cecil Mackey Tuesday, Mackey termed "indisputable" the idea that USF does not hC]."{e a publish or perish policy Recently, a slate Senate offic ial in vest i gating the tenure policies here said USF s tenure policies appear to violate the law WHEN DOCUMENTED cases show 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. (Fifty-nine per cent of the per issue cost is offset by advertising revenue.> ORACLE ACP All-American since 1967 SDX Mark of Excellence ANP A Pacemaker Award 1967, 1969 Editor Advertising Manager Managing Editor N ews Editor Copy Editor Photo Editor Sports Editor Entertainment Editor Advisor N e ws phones Valerie W ickstrom Tom Walla c e Sandra Wright Mike Kaszuba J e an Trahan Barbara Montgomery Dave Moormann Jeff Strange L e o Stalnake r 974-2619, 2 842, 2398 DEADLINES: General n ews 3 p.m. daily for following day issu e. Advertising (with proof) Thursday noon for Tuesday, Friday noon for Wednesday, Monday noon for Thursday, Tuesday noon for F riday. Deadli nes 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, 9742620, Monday through Friday, 8 a m s p .111. Stories and pictures of interest to students may be submilled to the Oracle in LAN 469 or the suggestion boxes in the and UC the Mackey administration has made publishing a requirement in practice, if not in stated policy, why does Mackey continue to make denials? The Oracle like individual ARC members, could appreciate Mackey's refutatal of a publish or perish policy of his sole interest was to defend himself in light of the investigations being conducted by state legislative com mittees and the attorney general's office. However Mackey's statements could cause young faculty members to make disastrous choices in their careers, if they took the statements at face value Events surrounding one faculty member' s filing a formal grievance about Administration promotion Editorial 8' letters decisions also makes one doubt the validity of other USF Administration statements. DR. JIM HERMAN, associate professor of Economics filed h is complaint with the ARC after being denied promotion. According to Florida Statue 241.731 (a portion of which is reprinted in today's "Intercom"), "A faculty member assigned full time teaching duties (shall) be rewarded with salary adjustments, promotions, re-employment or tenure for meritorious teaching and other scholarly activities related thereto However Herman, who was last year voted "Most Distinguished University Teacher" by a faculty committee and who received departmental approval of his promotion, was denied the recommendation by Business Dean Howard Dye, who was appointed by Mackey to replace Robert Kline in June, 1973. We do not know what Mackey s promotion policy is ; however we wonder whether young faculty mem bers understand the university policy which evidently does not consider awards for outstanding teaching. WE ALSO DO NOT know why Mackey continues to deny USF has a publish or perish policy (or perform or perish in the case of Fine Arts) or why he continues to make statements which could impede the careers of faculty members. Investigators at the state level should carefull y study the statements Mackey and his administrators have made and determi ne whether USF is acting in violation of state policy The continuation of conflict over these issues will only further disrupt the campus; only through state in tervention and a legal ruling will these issues be resolved. letters polity The Oracle welcomes letters to the editor on all topics. All letters must be signed and include the writer's student classification and tele'phone number. Letters will be limited to 150 words. Letters should be typewritten triple spaced. The editor reserves the right to edit or shorten letters. Mail boxes are located in the UC and Library for letters to the editor. Pledger dislikes play review Editor : This letter concerns the review given to "Trojan Women First, thanks for nothing Second, let us as crities have a full knowledge of the Theatre and especially of this production, "Trojan Women I have been taught to speak of only that of which I ha .ye knowledge Therefore, our discussion will be of the technical aspect and little of the per formance effort. The set is an abstraction of two real things mixed with gut feelings. We made effort to bring the sacked city of Troy with the rocky coastside canyon cave-like formation; together with my own feelings The set is not realistic but does emit feelings and is a sincere effort, as sincere as the performance effort. The lighting was not perfection, but nothing is: not the set. costumes or anything in life The Opera required many lights from us and the different levels on the set took man y lights. M y own feeling s are that the lighting gave refinement texture and some things my hand co uld not gi v e Costum e s do not make the actor nor should th e y b e a c rutch The actor makes th e ch aracter from within himself. This show was an effort toward acting p e rfection from the individual. Jack B elt does n o t s p oon feed or progr a m his p e rform e rs They ha\e mind s a nd hav e r ea ched a point o f ecucation whe r e th ey can functio n properl y. B e lt guides supervises and coaches w ith s incerity The building C e ntre Theatre is essentiall y to me and others an ex perimental intimate box wherein many things can be tried. We are of the Educational Theatre and not a professional theatre company. We do professional work and do not deserve someone with the media in his hand to destroy our audience We have a lot to offer of value, of our feelings and thoughts and we enjoy entertaining. Let's get someone who cares enough to get all the facts first. Too many years have passed with uninformed minds telling us theatre people, what is of value. Come and enjoy and make up your own minds Myro n Pledger 4TAR Student questions absence of USF track and field-team Editor : An Open Letter to the University : I was bewildered and dismayed, after entering USF last fall, when I learned our great University did not have a track and field team. Surely, I thought, a state university of some 20,000 students must tiave a comprehensive program of inter-collegiate athletics. I had become aware USF did not have a football but when I was told USF was also without a track team, I became somewhat skeptical of the University's sports program I could understand the abse n ce of a Brahman football team because of the heavy cost of funding su c h an operation a nd the presence of a successful Tampa Spartan team. But what could be the e xplanation for not having a trac k and field team9 I C\:'\ PEHSO:'\.\LLY a tt es t t o the f ac t i t i s not due to s tud ent a p a thy. T he intr amural t r ack m e et !\la y 9-10 drew hundred s of athletes inc luding mal e and female participants In this two da y meet. athietes had the opportunit y to contest each other in running. shot putting and jumping e vents They repres ented their individual frater nities. clubs and dorms in an at mosphere of friendly competitiveness As I looked around at the eager participants I was absorbed in the almost festive mood of the events There were runners of all shapes and sizes war ming up around the infield and on the track. A kaleidoscopic array of colorful track wear was exhibited by the contestants. Some wore the finest of track gear, while others simply made do with an old pair of sneakers and shorts The officials were kept busy with their stopwatches It was their job to ac curately time the hundreds of in dividuals who ran in the meet. They did a commendable job and should be thanked The crowd too, was large and responsive and seemed to enjoy the whole affair After running in the last heat of the last event on Friday ( I ran for the Xanadu t ea m in th e 880-yard relay). I was thor o ughl y ex hausted but th e puzz ling ques tion was s till on m v mind \\'hy i s ther e not an i nterco.llegia te tra c k and field t eam at U SF9 Do Uni\'e r s ity offici a l s fee l th e re is a lack of stud ent inter es t in the sport9 Is finan c ing a t ea m of th i s sort a problem : Or is th e a b s en ce of a track and field team a t U SF due to that emotionless noun called apath y that seems to be appearing more and more regularly in college life 9 I h 9 pe not. Jeff Yennie 3ENG


DOONESBURY HAN, I CAN'T BEt!EVE !Tl I CANNQT Bl!EY& IT.I I Aki n --' I 5-11 :I MNO. WHAT'RE YOV Pll!NJ p r og r a m concern i n g :.;c11 Collc ge LSF merger Su11cta:, al G p Ill. L'd\THSITY Comm uni t v C h oru s concert at t h e :\la n h atta;1 .-hen ue :\k t hodi s t Chur c h at 8 p m r: a r t h :.; e i g h b o r s plane t a riu m pr esenta tion in l'l!Y Li:l. :2:'.lO p .m. S u n d ay f rt'C' cal l for Hypertension screenings of community members and showings of film and distribution of educational material will take place in UC 103, 252-W a11d in the UC lobby from 10 a m to 2 p.m Monday through Wednesday: "Women in Engineering" Forum sponsored by the Women s Center at 7:30 p.m Monday in UC 252-E and A slide-tape presentation on Tampa by Dr. Ed Hirshberg at 2 p.m Monday in LAN 123. S (i. S1nalP Spat Thl'l'I' is c111'1'1ntly a vatant Sl'al in llw S. (i. Spnatt in :\atural Sc:ienet. I> is t. 111. 1nt1 rt st Pd sllllknts contal'l Hichard :\l1Tick in s<; olTict < lT l:i(}. t'Xl. :!IOI>. lkadlint to Fri. :\la :!I. THE ORACLE -May 17, 1973 5 Recital today features 7 student compositions Seven student composers' works will be featured in a today at 2 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium. Three whistlers will be featured in "Another Mere AgeMirage" by Dale Adams and pianist Gary Schmidt will play "Fugal Study I" by Ed Baker. Four saxophone players will perform "Saxographer Journey" by George Andrianos; Carl Hall, on flute, will play "Nereid" by Nelson Caldwell. String Bass Kabezo's comKosmala's pupils perform Monday Students from classes of Dr. Jerzy Kosmala, professor of Music, will perform Monday at 2 p m in the Fine Arts Auditorium Weneta Kosmala will perform "Etude Opus 35, No, 29" for violin by Mazas; violinists Kosmaia and Urs Stauffer and pianist Katharina Stauffer will perform "Concerto in A minor for two violins" by Vivaldi and violinist Witold Kosmala with pianist Eun Sung Rhee will perform the allegro movement from "Concerto" by Khachaturian. Janus Films presents: the original_ uncut version Tuesday, May 21 7: 30 & 9: 30 p.m. $1 LAN 103 Film Art Series position "Oh No! I'm a Dwarf" will feature eight student in strumentalists. A group of four strings will perform Mark Hendricks' "Filaments for String Quartet." David Pate' s "Zelda. Vincent and Frieda Visit the Nursing Home" will close the program There is no admission charge for the recital. C<;Jmpetition opens for Fulbright-Hays money Competition is now open for 570 Fulbright-Hays Program grants. Graduate Studies Director John Briggs said yesterday. The grants provide round-trip transportation, maintenance for one academic year, an orientation course and health and accident in surance, he said All applicants must hold a bachelor's be a United States citizen and, where applicable, have a language proficiency sufficient to communicate with the people of the host country Briggs said further information arid applications for the Fulbright-Hays Program grants are available in ADM 229. he said. The application deadline is October 1 1974.


6 -THE ORACLE May 17, 1974 sell it fast with Catty 1Fritz' is tonight REAL EVES TONITE AT -. Ml' BACKYARD Oracle Classifieds BY JEFF STRANGE Oracle Entertainment Editor Adventurers can take a walk on the wild side with "Fritz the Cat" and Walt Disney's "Three Caballeros" tonight in ENA. Show time is 7 and 8:30 p.m. for "Three Caballeros" and 10 p .m. and midnight for "Frtiz the Cat," sponsored by the Film Art Series. "Fritz the Cat," directed, designed and written by Ralph Bakshi, was the first X-rated, animated cartoon. Fritz, with anti-Disney characters, is constantly mocking the liberal movements of the '60s. Fritz is on the move and runs into an assortment of reformers and hipsters in the forms of rabbits, Photo furnished 'Fritz the Cat' gets in a fix ... the film is one scheduled this weekend. Films to feature computer animation Recent experiments in the animated form will be the subject of Expanded Animation, being shown at 9:30 p .m. Sunday in ENA. Several examples of computer a!'limation will be featured in the program: "Permutations" John Whitney, "Symmetricks" by Stan VanDerBeek (which won first prize at the Hawaii Film Festival and has been selected to be shown at the Cannes Festival Frank film ... won Academy Phi Kappa Phi holds banquet, taps members USF's chapter of Phi Kappa Phi. a national scholastic hc;morary. will hold an induction Sunday at 4:30 p.m. in the Business Auditorium. Treasurer Glenn Burdick said yesterday. Burdick said about 100 people will be inducted into the organization. To be eligible for membership. a student must be a senior in the top 10 per cent of the class or a junior in the top one per cent of the class, he said. Burdick said the organization embraces all scholastic disciplines. A banquet will be held after the induction at 7 p.m. in Andros Center. he said. this month l and "La pis" by James Whitney, which Gene Youngblood calls "the most beautiful and one of the most famous of all computer films." Two award-winning films by Jordan Belson will be shown: "Chatra," about cosmic magnitude and individual vision, and his latest film "Light," which placed in the finals of the American Film Festival. Norman McLaren's latest experimental film, an amusing, formal play of sounds and shapes entitled "Synchromy," will be shown as will the latest film by Ryan Larkin "Street Musique," both produced by t.he National Film Board of Canada. Two si.;rrealistic animated adventures from Eastern Europe will be screened. "Jabberwocky" by Czechoslovakian filmmaker Jan Svankmajer is a collage of unexpected, startling and jarring images. "The Fly" by Yugoslavian filmmaker Vladimir Jutrisa is a multi-award-winner that leaves the viewer with a sense of horror and the bizarre. Other films included will be the laser film "Laserimage," "Spider Elephant" by French animator Piotr Kamler and the 1973 Academy Award winner "Frank Film" by Frank Mouris, which is made up of 11,592 collage shots about growing up in America. Admission is $1. "De Mamawaldi' contest Saturday The Kappa Iota Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc., is having its second annual "De Mamawaldi" contest Saturday in the UC ballroom at 8 p.m. The contest features a fashion show and dance. Price of ad mission is $1 in advance and $1.50 at the door. Advance tickets may be purchased from Sharon Stewart, president of Delta Sigma Theta, 974-6403. aardvarks and pigs. MUSIC IS by B B King with some modern rock and jazz. Billie Holiday's song "It's Wonderful" also helps Fritz out in a scene in Harlem. "Fritz the Cat" mocks both the establishment and its reformers and will bring laughter from everyone. The "Three Caballeros," a Disney film from the '40s, has Donald Duck with animated characters mixing with real people. DONALD HAS dreams of wonderful collages of color and fantasies of love. Donald's fun starts at his birthday party where he is presented with three gifts. The first present is a movie projector, and in the movies, Donald meets Pablo the Penguin, who sails from the Antarctic to warmer seas in the south. Another bird movie has the arazuin, a crazy bird with a raucous song, who walks out of the movie screen to shake hands with Donald and walks off our screen as well Donald's next gift is a book on Brazil. Donald's last present is Mexico, represented by a sou!:!d track. A storybook shows the history of Mexico and live-action pictures. Saturday. the ''Three Caballeros" will play again at 6:30 p.m. in ENA. "Fritz the Cat" will be shown Saturday at 8 and 10 p.m. and at midnight in ENA. 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THE ORACLE-May 17, 1974 7 Kipling's 'Jungle Book' takes stage tonight Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book" will be presented in chamber theatre style by the USF Speech Communication Department Friday and Satur day. It will begin at 8 p .m both nights in LAN 103 and there will be a special matinee Saturday, at 2 p.m. "'THE JUNGLE Book' is not just for children," George Randolph Speech instructor and director of this production, said. It is definitely enjoyable for both adults and children, he said "The Jungle Book" is the story of Mowgli who was lost in an Indian jungle as a y oung child and raised by wolves. He is taught by a bear, protected by a panther and hunted by a tiger. "Part of it is played as a classic western, with a lot of action," Randolph said. "It is a very full, very excitable story." THIS VERSION was adapted by Randolph and features six of the 15 stories in Kipling's book setting with rocks, plants and trees," Randolph said. Music will be provided by records and will feature actual wolf howls and drums, he said. Major characters include the JSU narrator, Debbie Mitchell; Mowgli, Sal Biagini; Bagheera, Pattie Minchen; Kaa, Dave Zimmerman and Baloo, Kevin Stinnette There is no admission charge. The last MONDAY NITE the Rabbi took off in Spring of '7 4 Question, discuss and hear about Feasts and Dreams IN THE Jubilee Year. on May 20th, UC Room 205 8 p.m. Rabbi (the Magician) Brod JSU GRISSETT MUSIC 8890 56th St. Temple Terrace 988-1419 SEA C Slappy Hour has reduced beer, live music The set is "made to look very natural-much like a nature Authorized Dealer Gibson, Yamaha, Epiphone Dobros Randall Amplifiers Used Guitars and Amps Lessons-Guitar, 5 String Banjo, Piano STUDENT DISCOUNT WITH USF ID Flying c,l/IJ SEAC will host a Slappy Hour today from :l-5 p.m. in the Empty Keg 'Amanda Jones,". a three-voca list hand with a uniqu e r epe rtoire of original and Beatles songs, will perform an d Saga will offer small beers cl clams are the stars of this T urns nroductio11 that includes French fries. co le slaw. clinner roll huttcr. lf'mon \veclge and tartar FISll FRY Large portion of om hatter clipped fish. french fries. cole slaw. tartar sauce. lemon wedge, dinner roll and butter for a great \alu e and great taste. \\'ith a 0 oz. schoone' r of beer or anv drink. .. ... BAHBE()l IED RlTHGER. .99 (]-IOPPED REEFSTEAI\: 1.70 The tang\' taste of BBQ sauce and chopped Full thircl of a p

8 -THE ORACLE sports May 17, 1974 Neal takes top bowling honors Willy Neal ruled the men's division in USF Bowling League action Tuesday night while Sue Thornton and Karen Fellows shared women!s honors. Rolling a 226, Neal turned in high game and his 567 was good for top series. Thornton and Fellows matched scores in both game and series competition with a 170 tie for best game and 464 for high series. Net court staffed Andros and physical education tennis courts, staffed by student assistants, are open Monday through Friday from 6-9:30 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. USF club invited to national meet Wendy Burns' letter protesting the handling of the regional regatta may help the University of Texas, but it probably won't affect USF's Windjammers. Although both teams were told they could go to California for the Women's Nationals June 5-7, USF may not have enough money to make the trip. "As it looks now, we won't be able to go because of a lack of funding," said Burns, the Windjammers' racing team captain. "'There is a small chance of getting funds from outside sources." Only Florida State had qualified for nationals at the regional meet, but Gordon Bentley, scheduling chairman of the Intercollegiate Yacht Racing Association, informed Burns Wednesday night that Texas and USF would also be allowed to represent the district. Wendy Burns ... protest upheld weren't notified until May 1 that the eliminations would be held May 4, and USF wasn't told until the night before the regatta. The Windjammers finished second in the contest, and Texas did not even have enough time to send its team. Delcraft 1S & 17 Ft. Aluminum NOW RENTING: Canoes & Backpacks EASY TRAILS INC. "QUALITY" CAMPING EQUIPMENT 8711 N. 40th St. 988-0045 Thur., Fri., 9-9 Mon., Tues., Wed., & Sat., 9-6 OUTFITTERS FOR CAMPING, BACKPACKING, CANOEING {The iargeSt selection of Freeze Diy Food in the area) Burns had written him a letter protesting "the organization, handling and short notice" of the regionals. The out-of-state schools Falstaff Ra/lye set : All YOU CARE $'1 I I TO EAT I : Joo1h : The Sir John Falstaff Fun Rallye, USF Sports Car Club's (USFSCC) largest rallye of the year, is slated for tomorrow night. Registration for the sixth annual event begins at 6 p.m. in the Fine Arts-Humanities parking lot. A special novice ; instruction meeting is planned for 7: 15 p m with regular drivers meeting at 7: 30 p.m The first car is scheduled to leave at 8 p.m. Entry fees are $3 per car for the general public, $2.50 for USF students, staff and Council of Tampa Bay Autosports clubs members and $2 for those from USFCC Door prizes have been donated by local businesses and dash pla']ues will be given to the first 100 entries .The top 10 drivers and navigators in, the event will be awarded trophies and all com petitors will receive free beer at. the completion of the affair. "There are no real dirt roads this year," USFSCC Pres. Danny ---lntramurals -Play halted Rain may have been desperately needed in the Tampa Bay area, but the deluge which washed out 16 softball games yesterday did not please USF's intramural officials With one-and-a-half weeks in the season, the schedule was already so crowded that games had to be slated for Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:45 p.r1. And r esc heduling the rainouts could be a problem since next ,,eek's s lat e of games has :ii been planned. 'The chances are most of them 'the ra inout s I will be played the week a ft er next." said Andy Honk e r coordinator of r ecrea tional sports. "But if they invol\' e teams in first or second place, we ma y have to work them in next week," Honker said. Since the schedule has not yet :1een t yped Honker said it might l ill b e changed. Shields said of the rallye's course. "They'll be decent roads, and there will be no orange groves to go through this time." VILLAGE APARTMENTS 2600 !13th St. 977-4728 now renting at BELOW -MARKET RATES $150 1 Bedroom $170 2 Bedroom .. I Mullet Dinners : ; S 2 p.m. -till ? I unday Fish, Beans & Slaw m = Sunday outside on stage Real Eyes & Friends will do Acoustical = B Wood Jam at 3 p.m. with some very musical friends. B ; Mi Back Yard 6902 N. 40th St. I California Digs It! PLAYBOY EXPOSED IT! TAMPA'S GOT IT! Demonstration This Sat (May 18) 1:00 5: 00 Just South of Schlitz Brewery, East of 30th, off Bougenvillea (in case of rain, Sunday same time) COME ON OUT-RIDE ONE-SEE IT YOURSELF Shakespeare Incorporated Exclusive Distributer


Oracle photo by Doc Parker Dan Daly ... preps for match THE ORACLE-May 17, 1974 9 Daly, Ganoung in sectional tourney BY RINDY WEATHERLY Oracle Sports Writer Two USF Fencing Club members will have their hands full when they enter the sectional tournament in Athens, Ga this weekend. Jeff Ganoung and Dan Daly are taking on what Ganoung called the toughest competition in the southeastern United States in the two-day event. SINCE THEY HA VE already qualified for the nationals in New York June 22-29, the two fencers are entering the sectionals "just to see how we stand in the southeast Ganoung said Top fencing schools the pair will face include Vanderbilt Georgia Alabama, Florida State, Florida and Miami G a noung said Und e r the new rules of the Amateur Fencing League of Ameri c a individu als can qualify for nationals by finishing among the top three at the divisional meet. SO WHEN DALY took first in epee and Ganoung captured third in foil at Tallahassee April 20-21, both were assured of spots in the national competition. Daly may still qualify in foil since his fifth place finish at divisionals made him an alter nate for the Athens contest. "If you miss out on divisionals th e sectionals are like a second chance (to qualify)," Ganoung said. FOR THE N ATIONALS trip G a noung said "we re hoping to get some s ponsors. Making the trip up and back is kind of expensive," he explained i PAESAnos i 9taQ [a'1 CRegtautca'1t I I UL WE'VE 1 EXPANDED : I Visit our New Paesano's II I I Same Traditional Italian Menus I : & Fine Service : Drivers host autocross ; 8622 N. 40th St. I USF will be the site of the third champion s hip autocross of the season Sunday Sponsored by the Council of Tampa Bay Autosports Clubs the event will be run in the Physical Education (PE) commuter lot s. A drivers' meeting has been 5cheduled for 11: 30 a m. with competition to start at noon The 17 class winners will receive trophies, with second and third place awards to be given if there are enough entries in each class. Any make of car may compete as long as it passes the technical inspection prior to the autocross. Entry fees are $3 .50 for USF students and staff and $4 for the general public A practice autocross is slated tomorrow at noon in the PE INEHOUSE PRODUCTIONS and CONCEPT ENTERTAINMENT IND. present SEALS& CROFTS IN CONCERT 8 p .m. with WALTER HEATH ST. B A YFIWi\T A BENA T i ekets arnilahle at: BASP UTINS BUDGET TAPES TEMPLF. TFHRACE :i l .. \ L'i ,"\: CJ{lWJS' \T\\TST .\l .l\l"'.\ l L"\W J I{:\ Cl lll.D h .\\".\11.\l\l.F. \"()\\ commuter lots but the course will be different from the one used in Sunday s event. : corner of 40th & Yukon one block south of Busch I h-----------------------------BLOW YOUR MIND NOT YOUR MONEY LEAR JET STEREO 8 Model A-20 8-Track. The sound will delight you. The price will amaze you. This is the real thing: Stereo 8 from the people who invented Stereo 8. With separate controls for tone, volume and stereo balance. True-to-life sound with a full 24 watts of Peak Music Power (8W RMS). Fine tuning and program indicator systems. Sleek and trim and small enough to fit comfortably into any car. Even sports cars and compacts. $49.95 Two Flush $13.95 Mount Speakers Slide Mount Bracket $7.95 List $ 7 1.85 $39.99 This Friday & Saturday Only At ------.. ----------[L __ -.. -::JJi ( H : F3:1:


New ene1yy form s discusse d by panel during USF forum A' TIVE A two-day symposium geared to creating different avenues to solve the world's energy problems was concluded yesterday as speakers from the Chemistry, Physics and Engineering fields spoke on collaring other forms of energy, such as solar, hydro and numerous forms of vegetation. Chemistry Professor Joseph Stanko, representing his department, spoke on the useful possibilities of sol _ar energy. His proposal consisted of turning thermal energy into "usable energy" by using eriergy photochemicals to obtain a chemical reaction. STANKO SAID carbon dioxide interacting with the photosyn thesis process of plants results in carbon monoxide which he called "a good primary feed start." Professor W Conrad Fer nelius, also of the Chemistry Department, spoke on Glen Huppke's (a USF chemical engineer l "Utilization of Solar Energy by Growing Fuel with the Recycle of Carbon Fernelius began his discussion saying, "If the human race is to continue we must learn to develop solar energy. Deadline set today for Paris 'program Deadline for application for the Paris Exchange Program is 5 p m. today, Sociology Professor Phil Bosserman said yesterday. All applications should be turned in at the Sociology Department office, SOC 107 he said. "WE'VE GOTTEN a great response already," Bosserman said. "We extended it though, because so many people I know applied and we wanted everyone to have a chance." left today to attend a meeting in Warsaw, Poland of the Iriternational Sociological Association's research committees. "I'm a member of a research committee on leisure and culture," he said. "I've been doing a three-year study in the allocation of time between work and nonwork." HE SAID the meeting in Poland is being held to prepare the program for the Toronto meeting of the entire Association. Bosserman said he will be developing the second phase of his research which will study the patterns of consumption of personal income. He will be studying Czechoslovakia, Sweden, West Germany, France, England and the United States, he said. "I also understand I will be elected to the presidency of the com mittee at this meeting," he said. Day care forum Monday A day care forum will be htld in the UC Mall at 2 p m Monday SC Coordinator of Women's Affairs Kerry Kennedy said yl'sterday. The forum will have an open format. "Thl' main thing is th;it people are encouraged to bring their ehildrm to show thl' real Ilt't'd for day ean eenters. she said. K<'nnPciy said shl' anticipated somt faeulty nwmbers will speak on probhms involved with day ea re. Vets' fee payment due Tuesday Deadline for Qtr. 3 fee payment is May 21 at :J p.m. in the Cashier's Office, Veteran's Affairs Director Bob Jett said yesterday: "Any vets having difficulties getting theii:.checks should come to UC 161 or call 974-2291." Jett said. Applications for veteran's !iO-day defe!'ments for Qtr. 4 and Qtr. I are available at UC IGI. he said. All applications should be turned in as soon as possible to ensun deferment. he said. ATE N A ULAR L D PLASMA PROGRAM AND RECEIVE UP TO $60 A MOl\ITH BRING STUDENT I. OR THIS AD AND RECEIVE A BONUS WITH YOUR FIRST DONATION HYLAND DONOR CENTER 238 W. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Fla. 33602 8:00 to 2:30 appointment av.Ji/able to fit your class scnedtJ/e Monda thrCJu h Friday call 253-2844 In the growing of fuel, one must consider more than just tree s, Fernelius said, but also fast growing crops such as corn and sugar cane. He said a large part of Florida would .be used in growing fuel, but added it would be necessary due to Florida' s climate. Such a proposal is not as far fetched as it may seem, Fernelius said, as "we are in the range of possibility This method works by speeding up the growth of plants by using carbon dioxide, he said. FERNELIUS SAID there is the possibility of "making Florida indep endent in t erms of its energy n e eds. Dr. Norman Oleson, representi ng th e Physics Dep artme nt. stresse d th e need to u s e a tomi c en ergy in the future because betw e en 1 9 70 a nd 2000, we will u se as much e nerg y a s we ha ve in all our prev ious histor y ... Basing his atomic proposa ls a long with the principles of fusion Oleson said. "will supply long-range needs for energy. ,.. ........................................ a new of -. Raleigh .-. now we'll sure I your wheels round. adjust each spoke so both front and rear wheels true with every purchase of a set of Raleigh tires of any size. 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( t: I, A S .S 11: It A It s: ) THE ORACLE-May 17, 1974 11 .. r ...... __ FO_R_s_A_LE_ .... J""I .... _M_o_s_l_E_H_o_M_Es ..... c HELP WANTED J I. SERVICES OFFERED r FOR RENT J 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. '65 MUSTANG Convert. 6 A .T.-Slereo TapeSuper-S325 or test offer. Household furniture-nice-Cost S780-new-Sell S245-T.V. included. 977-1870. 60 FT. MOBILE home. 2 br. furnished, air cond washer-dryer, in country location 10 min-USF. Must sell. Only $2,800. 986 2360. FULL TIME summer jobs. Save over $2,000 Call Dave Abrams for interview, 971-4470 STUDENT Help Wanted: To work part-time in Shoe Dept. hours. Looking for management-oriented student. CookslOlh Ave at 50th St. 247-4705. Contact Mr. Becker. SALES HELP NEEDED Experience Preferred. SLI K CH I K 10024 N 30th St. FULL or part time-Painter's helper. No experience needed 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 you are in terested, please call Mrs. Wandel at 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 2247996. SUMMER po sitions Mass. boys' camp has op enings for gen: counselors, music, science, ham radio, tennis, golf, swim ming, etc. Call locally 971-9361 evenings. INTERESTED i n becoming part of an aggressive news staff? The Oracle is looking for students interested i n 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 miajor concerts & events for USF students. $250-$325 per Qtr. for approx. 20 hr. work week. Application avail. in CTR 222. Dea"line for application is May 22. I AUTOMOTIVE l 1972 TOYOTA, 4 dr. Under 12,000 miles. New tires, radio, air conditioning, automatic transmissiOn. Phone 988-0S37 evenings. 1966 VW, AM radio, stereo tape, about 1 2,000 miles on engine, runs good. Asking $750. W ill Take Best Offer. Call 988-7688 65 VW BUG, Nice shag carpet, N e w In terior. $635. Call 977-5388. MUST SELL '70 VW, A C radio, new tires, E x e cond. Call 988-3261 aller 4 p m 1972 DODGE Tradesman Van. 6 -cylinder air conditioned, carpeted roof, paneled, good condition. $2,400 Call 971 6408. ( REAL ESTATE ) LOVELY brick front. 3 bedroom, 1 bafh. CB home, large f enced yard. Clos e to USF and VA hospital. $19,500. Call 971-7725. 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12-THE ORACLE May 17, 1974 I Tenure I La Mancha vows reform Continued from page I Dye, dated Dec 4, 1973, the rep ort stated. The memo, "'Guidelines, Criteria and Procedures in Tenure Recommendations,' states the following: a faculty member who wishes to be con sid ered for tenure should assemble, the results of his research and writing efforts." The report also quoted USF Associate Professor of Political Science Sotorios Barber, whom Cazares termed "a valuable source of information," as saying lJSF is breaking the law in other respects relating to granting of tenure "FULL TIME professors need release time to publish The situation seems to be 'teach or publish.' The teachers' carry an extra load so the researchers can publish Obviously, both can't be done at the same time'' the report stated. Barber said yesterday he was livid" at a statement made Tuesday by Mackey that it is indisputable" USF does not have a publish or perish policy "At least five of our colleges do have a publish or perish policy ... ," Barber said last night. TllERf: ARE only two ways to get tenure, Barber said; be an administrator or publish. "The realities of the situation are clear," Barber said. "If there are any young faculty members who hope to earn tenure, he or she had better get to work publishing BY STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writer Responding to an article in yesterday's Oracle, a representative of La Manr.ha Dos apartment complex owners said, "We do not want to ruin a fine complex and are open to any constructive criticism," concerning recent problems there, especially, he said, the cockroach problem John Putnam said the problem is being looked into and something will be done. "We are making a very good effort to control this thing," he said. In apartments "where there are problems, we will try to spray every two weeks over the usual once a month," Putnam said HOWEVER, Al Krone, an agent for the County Hotel and Restaurant Commission, said he was "not through with La Mancha Dos apartments yet." He plans to check out the complex in the future to insure "something's done," he said. While he feels the management is "doing all it can" at the present, he said "all it takes is one tenant to contaminatP. the whole complex Putnam acknowledged the source of the problem but said the apartments are private homes; if they see "problem apartments," they will increase spraying, he said CURRENTLY, Krone said all he's said to La Mancha Dos management is, "Keep spraying, keep spraying." Putnam said his goal was to minimize any hassles between the tenants and landlord." Numerous residents of La Mancha Dos had varied views of the roach problem. Lela Kushner said, "We've got plenty of them and I don't remember when they've exterminated. Every door I open I ............................................................................................ .... I WHICH TWIN I ,..--._ _;;;,, !'ft : (v WENT TO WHITTLETON'S WHERE PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL IS GUARANTEED IN WRITING AND ALL :-.. WORK IS DONE BY THE ONLY TWO MASTER ELECTROLOGISTS IN THE STATE! WE TEACH TOO. PHONE 22:1-7198. Free booklet mailed on request. WRITE WlllTTLETON'S, 709 FRANKLIN ST., 33602 ASK YOUR DOCTOR, THEN PHONE, Y'ALL.... .................................................................................................. expect to find cockroaches." ANDY GOLD said he "has a little bit of a problem" with roaches but it was wor s e in the past. He also said he felt the "Oracle played it up too big Mike Patterson s aid, however, he had no problem with roaches and his apartment is sprayed Ill Ill Ill Ill II Ill II Ill I Ill Ill I Ill Ill Ill Ill lllllllll Ill Ill Ill Ill II Ill Ill 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111! I ii VI !k' .. dr = ( '' ; -ti' = .., (i : I I .' __ ,,)-;f : I 6 j, \ 7 H i ;.: : ;: I /, : I ?. It ; I = fl' = YOU DONT KEEP YOUR HAIR UP ... / SOME TURKEY WILL BEAT YOU I Stylette Hair Fashions & Boutique 5_-= for females & males 2516 Busch Blvd. 932-5595 = 3 nights a week = = = iiimm ...) !' and.-1.5_ : .. --qtiar,ter. ._:; >.. 1 ... I 1 W -4


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