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The Oracle

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

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Dickinson plans to leave post BY WAYNE SPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs James Dickinson said yesterday he will leave his administrative position in September to resume teaching in the College of Education "I want to get back to teaching and do whatever writing I'm capable of." "I want to get back to teaching and do whatever writing I'm capable of," Dickinson said. "I'm really happiest as a teacher ; that's why I came to USF in the first place DICKINSON said he made his decision in April and had "con firmed it in the last week or two." Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs said the future vacancy will be advertised in Intercom and "College and University" magazine "I want a budget and planning Oracle photo by Barb Montgomery Planning for fall USF students are now registering for classes which begin next fall. Here, from left, Martha Walton, 2CJP, Stephanie Barone, 2DUS and Bill Boyles, 3BIO, pick up course request forms on the first floor of the Ad ministration Building. Dissatistaction shown by survey A survey, released yesterday, shows many faculty in the College of Education are dissatisfied with the reorganization which has been instituted there on an experimental bas is While some faculty were supportive of the college administration in their comments, answers to the questions reflected poorly on the current organization. Education Dean Roger Wilk declined comment. See story page 3. -Jam es Dickinson person more than a pure academic person, Riggs said. RIGGS SAID he will also write every state university and the Chancellor's office regarding the vacancy. "It's best to get someone who knows the budgeting processes of the (Florida University) system." Dickinson, who served as acting dean of Education from July 1972 to July 1973, said he will resume teaching Educational Psychology, Principles of Learning in Education and Psychology of Adolescence. USF's other assistant vice president for Academic Affairs, Dr. William Scheuerle, indicated yesterday he also is planning to leave the Administration "to resume teaching and publishing "IT'S MY thinking right now that I will return to full time teaching in the fall of 1975," Scheuerle said. "I've got some ideas I'd like to put out in print," he said "I've only had time to publish five articles since I came here." Scheuerle, who now teaches one English class said he will return to the English Depart ment. "THE .JOB (of assistant vice presidentl is a good job Riggs said, "but it is not the kind of job you would want to make a career of." Most people take the job as "a stepping stone to a higher position" or use it to get a better understanding of the operation of the University before going back to teaching, Riggs said Dickinson came to USF in 1969 from the University of Iowa at Iowa City where he had been assistant dean of Education and assistant to the Academic vice president. Scheuerle assumed his position in Academic Affairs in January, 1972. He worked for the Board of Regents staff from 1969 to 1971. Chess fans 1check' progress Robert Anspaugh, left, and Carl Paleveda con centrate on improving their chess strategy as they joined the USF Chess Club practice yesterday. The two, along with other club members, refine their games by the club practices. Oracle photo by Barb Montgomery thurs .dag's ORACLE Mav 23, 1974 Vol. 9 No. 35 16 pages Oracle photo by Bill Cullerton Job talk Thelma Preston, 4SOC, and Cheryl Upshaw, 2ACC, (right) look over career information at the job mart set up in UC 252. The special career days, held yesterday and today, are planned mainly for minority students but all students may participate.

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2 -THE ORACLE May 23, 1974 Nixon refuses data WASHINGTON -Pres. N i xon yesterday rejected two House Judiciary Committee subpoenas for evidence related to its impeachment inquiry and added emphatically that the panel will get no more Watergate materials from him. The White House also turned down a month-old committee request for 66 tapes related to the ITT and milk producers paign contributions None of the members of the committee appeared surprised by the White House refusals Chairman Peter Rodino said he would hold a meeting next week to determine the committee's response Judge orders files WASHINGTON U .S. District Judge Gerald Gesell yesterday subpoenaed Pres. Nixon to produce John Ehrlichman 's and Charles Colson's files for their defense in the Ellsberg break-in case. In a subpoena served on White House Special Counsel J Fred Buzhardt' Jr., Gesell ordered Nixon or his subordinates to produce by Friday at 2 p .m. Compiled from the news wires of United Press International EDT: all "relevant and material" evidence sought by defendants for the Ellsberg break-in trial, and would make a like request of Congress. Kissinger cites gap JERUSALEM A high American official said last night Sec of State Henry Kissinger still must bridge wide gaps on two key issues before there can be a military disengagement between Israel and Syria. The key issues still blocking it are the size of the United Nations forces in the buffer zone between lhe two forces on the Golan Heights and the thinning out of the armies themselves, the of ficial said Charges hit Hearst LOS ANGELES -Patricia Hearst was charged formally yesterday with kidnap with intent to commit robbery, an offense carrying a life prison term, and 18 other criminal acts as an accomplice of the Symbionese Liberation Army "acting on her own free will. The 20-year-old heiress, object of a massive search after being taken captive by the terrorist cult three-and-a-half months ago, was also charged, along with SLA members William and Emily Harris, with assault with intent to commit murder and with rob bery Liddy term dropped WASHINGTON -G. Gordon Liddy silent member of the original seven Watergate defendants, persuaded a judge yesterday to drop a year's probationary sentence because he did not want a probation of ficer dictating how he lived. "Just give me the time, I'll be happy to serve it," Liddy said in one of rare speeches in court. Students lose Board say TALLAHASSEE The Senate killed a proposal yesterday to put one student on the Board of Trustees of every jun i or college in Florida indicating a similar bill to add students to the Board of Regents probably has no. chance this year. "Students. very obviously, are the consumers of the education process, and need to ,be represented," said Sen. Jack Gordon, sponsor of tjle Student Regents Bill. In of.her legislative action, the House voted to accept a legislative conference committee report on a compromise version of a bill setting collective bargaiping rights for public employes. The Senate is also expected to approve the report. according lo Pres. pro tempore Louis de la Parte, D-Tampa, and Gov. Reubin Askew has said he will sign the legislation Marshall: no padding TALLAHASSEE Armed with statistics and comparisons with other universities. Pres. Stanley Marshall of FSU came out fighting yesterday in a n effort to set the record straight on the weather Mostly cloudy through Friday with a chancl' of showers, high in mid to upper 80s. Lows in uppl'r 60s to lower 70s. Hain probability 50 per cl'nt today and tonight. continuing all egations about e nrollment padding. "It has not been the policy of I<'SU to pad enrollment figures or to claim credit that has not been earned," Marshall said. "In the period FSU was not over-funded, but was in under-funded Gurney case stands TALLAllASSI<:E Atty Gen Hobert Shevin said yesterday Ill' will not ask a higher court to upset a county judge's dismissal of an indictment charging Sen Edward Gurney with violating a Florida election law Nor said Shevin. is he recommending the Lton grand jury either "drop or pursue" tht investigation of the spna t 01" s admission that he learned of a 1972 political con tribution but did not report it becaus e lw was not a candidatP Sunshine law backed WASHIN(;Tl>N -( ; cl\". Heubin Askew. appearing befon a congressional subcommittte yt>sterday said the state' s stril'I sunshi1ll' law has eliminatPd government secncy. onC' of tlw main n asons for the "nisis of confidence" in Washington Askew testified before a sub committee for the Senatp Governmental Operations Committee in support of a federal government in the sunshine bill.. sponsored by Sen Lawton Chiles Law helps Glades HOMESTEAD Proponents outnumbered protesters yesterday when federal officials held the first of two public lll'arings on a proposal to designate wilderness areas in 54 per l'l' nl of the Everglades Nationa l Park and prohibit motorized t r affic and develop nwnt in them Bean Bag Chairs Passion l'ads Exlrn Long l'tllt ls foi Filling Chairs < lnltriors :11:; S. Howard I : I I Careers in Professional Sales Career Sales opportunity available For Qualified lndi' iduals. <:all lnsurarne Seni
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Tea time Oracle photo by Bill Cullerton Mary Odiorne pours some punch for LanguageLiterature Coordinator of Advising Catherine Sanders at a special reception given for her by the college council yesterday. Sanders is returning to classes to work on her degree. See story page 14. Mackey, Regents vlsit New College BY RUSSELL MANLEY Oracle Staff Writer USF Pres. Cecil Mackey and Vice President for Finance and Planning Bert Hartley will visit New College in Sarasota today with members of the Board of Regents (BOR) to explore the possibility of the acquisition of the private college by the State University System (SUS). Assistant to the President Joe Busta said yesterday Mackey would meet members of the BOR Facilities Committee here and then drive to Sarasota The Facilities Committee is investigating all proposed methods of SUS expansion, including the offer by New College to sell itself to_ the SUS if it can retain some degree of its innovative nature. New College Public Relations Director Furman Arthur said Regents Fred Parker and Jack McGriff will be the Facilities Committee representatives. "We have also heard from the Tampa Tribune that rnOR Chair man) Marshall Criser will be here," he said. "We've been waiting for this visit," Arthur said. "They will be evaluating our facilities and programs to see what sort of things can be worked out." The BOR will consider the expansion question in depth at a special meeting Monday at Tampa International Airport. Other expansion proposals that will be discussed include two land offers in St. Peters burg, one in Clearwater and the offer by Eckerd College to share its campus with the SUS. .............................................................................................. ., CAMPUS TALENT NIGHT TONIGHT AND FRIDAY rm 8:30-1 o:3o Empty Keg -Henry Sellinthin Jellinek -Richard -Steve Carlin -Ronald McGinnis! FREE l. ...................................................... ......................................... THE ORACLE -May 23, 1974 3 Survey: Education faculty don't like reorganization BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Managing Editor A survey of Education faculty, released yesterday, indicates a majority of faculty responding are opposed to the current college structure. The survey also indicated general dissatisfaction within the college and comments by faculty, included in the survey but not attributed, showed varying at titudes. "GET RID of the dean .. .it is a disaster ... there appear Csic) to be too many faculty trying not to assist or support the organizational structure ... dump the dean," were some of the comments offered by faculty. Education Dean Roger Wilk yesterday said he had no com ment on the survey "and I won't have any." He said he feels it is inappropriate to comment on such matters. However, Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs said last night he will comment on the survey after he reviews it. He said the low ratings may be at tributable to reorganization Wilk has instituted. WILK, WHO came to USF last year, _has eliminated the departmental structure within Education and has replaced it with overlapping specialization units. The new "departments," called A-C, B, D and E, work in connection with "teacher centers" and old departments, Wilk has said. "The worst thing is change," Riggs said. "It is worse than death, worse than taxes, worse than all those inevitables." However, change alone may not explain the survey he said. "I'M 1'0T just trying to excuse all that's happening over there," Riggs said. About 170 faculty all in the college, were given question-Emphasis will host Howell Dr." Joe Howell, vice president for Student Affairs, will appear on WUSF's "Emphasis" program tonight at 9:30 p.m. "Emphasis" may be seen on Channel 16. naires and 152 responded, survey committee Chairman Dick Ober said. On a scale from one to seven (with seven being the best rating), faculty rated the current organizational structure at 1.95. However the median score was 4.94 on a question asking, "How clearly do you personally un-derstand the present. stated organizational structure of thr College of Education'? .. Ober said the survey was requested by the Education College Council and will now be submitted to it. The council will review the documents and study the comments, he said. University Lecture Series Presents Free Gym 8:30 p.m. Speaking on "Witchcraft Through The Ages" "The World's Known Witch" Wed. May 29 Sybil Leek

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4-THE ORACLE May 23, 1974 Tennis team receives support L. A. or bust seems to be the new s logan of the USF tennis team; and right now it looks like speedy student action has saved the team from a bust. Athletic Director Richard Bowers and Vice President for Student Affairs Joe Howell denied requests from the netmen to make a five-day trip to California to compete in the NCAA championships, but the four-student team didn 't give up LED BY CAPTAIN Kevin Hedberg, the four approached the Student Finance Committee w hich agreed to raise money t o send USF s team to th e national meet. Fund raising was slow at first both Bowers and LSF Pres Cecil Mackey declined to pro vide funds from other sources but yesterday t he Tampa Tribune gave $500 to the cause and state tennis pla ye r Jim W ood earl.ier had given $750. A dded to personal donations from USF s tuden t organizations, SG, the Alumni Associat ion the golf team and ind i v iduals the tennis fund now t.ot.als $1,HOO -ju s t S700 s h or t l ) f tlw $2,:,oo figur e n ee d e d by the team for its L A. trip. ll cdtw r g s aid I.he pla yers ha ve to p ay their n :g ir;t.ra tion b y May 28 so t h e r e is st.ill tim1'. for uddilion a l donations from conc crn1 : d individu a l s. H owever, the Oracle bdiev1:s I.hi: fl: nnis team s hould never h<:tve li1: 1 : n in t.hi1> po sition i n the first place. IN THHEE YEAHS, the t e nnis team often und e r consid1:r;1t.ion by USF officia l s a s a I.earn to cul. from lJSF's 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 telephone number. Letters will be limited to 150 words. Letters should be typewritten triple spaced. The editor reserves the right to edit or shorten letters. i nrt:>rcollegiate schedule -has im p ro\"ed its record from 11-11 to 21-3 work ing this year vith the toughest sclwdule Tayl or could fin .anct with his te um's limited budget. Tht players. throu g h their whole-hearted effr,r t;;, r;n and off t h e court, ha v e brought. USF' some great publicit y and ha vt start:ri to earn USF a name in tennis. As a publicl y financed, p ubl i c conscious institution it seems i ron i c USF s hould shun t he additional pre:Ss by refusing mone y to the winn in g team. Sometimes i t seems the Ad minist ration would rather p our S5f)(J ,(J{j(J into concrete than $2,500 int o peopie. FORTUNATELY. as Mackey told the Student Senate last nig h t "SG is ... part o f an administrative process of a stat, e system," and SG has done a good job in raising funds for t he tennis team. Stu dent Fin a nc e Secretary designate Allen Jot koff sa id yesterday SG is s t ill t r ying to raise the remaining S700 and s ugge s ted that individuals interested i n making donations call 974-250.5 or 2401 for more informat ion Participating in the NCAA cham pionship meet is an honor for b ot h the tenn i s team and USF The Oracle encourages th ose indivi dual s who belie ve USF can earn a name through student achievements as w ell as through administrative acquisitions to help the ten nis team. Editorial 8' letters DO .SOME.THlNQ.. ABOUT THAT." Council chastises Oracle Elegy Editor: The following points were discussed during the May 15 meeting of the SSAC : staff prefer to dart in and out snapping pictures, or to sit through Council meetings incognito and to leave without checking sources, dates, facts, etc. She is gone from the classroom. No longer w ill ii r ing with accents French and sweet No longer will her smile take away the gloom Her kind words cheer whene 'er we meet. She has left us and now we weep ORACLE ACP All-American s11we 1967 SOX Mark ot' Ex
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DOONESBURY ;l1R. f'/(/JENT, 00 : 1 -"" YO// THINK Ml/NY ,;y-J Al1RICllN5 Wit!.-8 [fr{t A8lG ro FINO TH : 11M 10RAO Q \ -. I AU OF Tfl& -TRANSCR.JPTS. YO// HAVC: /zct .FA5? .. / Editor: We. would like to express our feelings of sorrow with regard to the deaths of Professors Peter and Militza Artzybushev of the Modern Languages Department. Their untimely passing came as a Editor: I was acquainted with Peter Artzybushev and I found him very charming I had Dr. Militza Artzybushev as a French in structor, and I know a gracious, kind, charming very talented and educated lady has left us forever. It is a shame a piece of machinery several years old ( a car) could have destroyed these two great talents that required years to cultivate Think of the many years USF could have had them think of the many pupils . i 10::\0 p m \lidnight E\".\ $1 by Garry Trudeau THE ORACI.E -May 23, 1974 5 Artzybushevs. mourned NOW NORMAUY, great shock to all who knew them The Artzybushevs were very fine people arid they will always be warmly remembered by their students and fellow professors As former students of Mrs Militza Artzybushev we felt it our duty to make this University aware of the loss of two warm, friendly, happy people who were a source of great encouragement to students of modern languages at USF. Valerie De Pompa 4SPA Philip Gioco 3 SSE Editor : Militza I first met this lovely professor in 1970 when I enrolled for her Survey of French Literature course. She was sweet and pleasant with a personality which drew the students to her classes like a magnet. She was always joyous and happy with a lively spirit which made her classes a joy to attend I never had a course with her that was dull or boring and she always had very stimulating lectures which challenged her students to greater scholarship ... She had that extra ex pertise which showed you were studying with a professor of rare talent. Editor : The task of walking in the classroom today where the students in RUS 401 meet was a most traumatic thing for me. For I knew that Peter Artzybushev will not be with us anymore His untimely and sudden death the killing of him and his wife by a careless driver was a shock that is hard to accept. Peter Artzybushev was more to his students than just a Russian instructor; he was a friend as well. He loved people and always had a smile for everyone. His office door was always open to his students and he stood tall in the eyes of all of us. He was very dedicated to his students and always willing to help in every way he could Our small group of students feel a deep void in our hearts and we will miss him always. Mollie Glickman 2RUS 9th INTERNATIONAL TOURNEE OF ANIMATION FIRST SHOWING IN THE EASTERN UNITED STATES ''9 h t TOURNEE IS THE BEST SO WHICH IS SA YING A LOT" ... L.A. TIMES 15 AW ARD WINNING FILMS Tonite MAY 23, s1 7: 30 & 9: 30 p.m. LAN 103 FAR, This quarter I enrolled in her MOL 483 ... Each Thursday after class, I would carry her tape recorder to her offic e for her and we would exchange a few words of very friendly conversation She would always say "Au Revoir, see you next Thursday have a nice weekend Her philosophy was simple : "Smile and be happy because a frown won't solve your problems." that afternoon came the h e avy rain but I didn t think it would bring a tragedy with it. The next night I read in the Clearwater Sun that a t e rribl e car accident had taken the lives of Peter D Artzybushev and his wife Dr Mili tza Artzy bushev I cannot play the tape of the last class of Thursday May 16, without bursting into tears This last Thursday was like all others, I thought, because she was as joyous and happy as before and maype more so. I carried her tape recorder to her office and a few kind words passed between us. As I left, I thought to myself what a won professor she was Later I will miss Dr Militza Art zybushev, as will all of her devoted students. They are probably saying now as I am saying "Goodbye sweet soul wonderful professor and dearest friend, may God bless you wherever you are in heaven. 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6-THE ORACLE May 23, 1974 Oracle photo by Bill Cullerton Fun and games Glen Vigers finds time for a game of frisbee outside the dorms as final exam time approaches. Vigers, like other students, will soon be forced to be occupied with less exciting pursuits. Epsilon falls behind in studyhall sign-up BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer Beta H all's ne w stud y -Jiving unit was a lmost filled during early room sign up while the unit in Epsilon Hall received response from only "about three students," Beta Resident Instructor Bob Bradshaw said. "I don't understand the correlation a t all," Bradshaw said. "I ex pected the girls' unit to fill up fast and the guys < hall) to have little r esponse." EPSILON Resident Instructor Bob Kivetz said he could not explain the respon s e "It's a shame I'm really surprised there wer e n't enough people because a major complaint in Epsi lon is too much noise," he said. Karen Swerdlow, resident assistant of Epsilon 3-West said she did not feel enough people knew about the new unit. For example she said most women she spoke with thought the hall would automatically be non-visitation. "THE MAIN purpose was to get 40 girls on one hall who wanted to study in their rooms and not have to go to the library, she said. "It will be self governing so no one will be infringing on anyone's rights Dave Persky, special assistant to the director of Housing, said the future of the unit has not been decided. He said, "I hope we can get one going Maybe some more people will sign up or some of those staying in the summer will decide to join it." RESPO:'\SE in Beta was good because the idea for the special unit came from three Beta residents and the information was distributed early, Persky said. "It'll probably be turned into a mainly freshman floor again unless some more people sign up soon," Swerdlow said. 'Henry's ; COtnplete F.ol'ei_:J.n nnd Dome6tic Car Repa .ir and Service .FAST SERVICE YeJJS All Phone 91 1-9161 13614 T .ampa .. -----Butler: Stickers 1n error, elevators safe at USF BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer If you ride one of USF s elevators and notice the in spection sticker has expired, don't walk up four flights of stairs for fear the elevator will fall apart before it is inspected Elevator Inspector William Bellew yesterday said, They have all been inspected within the last 12 months at USF The certificates just haven t come in from Tallahassee." AN ELEVATOR may b e inspected as long as 90 days before the inspection certificate is due to expire and the certificate may still not g e t here in time, Physical Plant Director Charles Butler said. "We do have a bunch of inspection certificates being prepared to go out to the various elevators now, he said Two elevators, one in the UC and one in the Science Center had certificates showing a 1973 expiration date, Butler said. "I don t know what happened there unless these old certificates were behind the new ones, he : Th is Weekend : i YOlf : Women Frn : : ALL \\etlund : Happy Hour : ') for I Draft Beer : : 9-lOp.m. : : !\1 i Hal' I\ Y anl : : 6902 N. 10th ST : 1 said Someone must have taken the 1974 ones out. We can t keep certificates in the elevators BELLEW SAID th e certificates are especially slow in coming from Tallahassee when the legislature is in session The proce s s is also slow because of 7 5/8 x 15 5/8 -72 11 5/8 x 11 5/8 96 WHITE CEMENT BRICK -15 CLAY POTS 2Y2" 14" the lack of personnel in the elevator inspecion divi sion, he s aid. I have to cover a threec ounty area," Bellew said Butler said the new certificates will be placed in the elevator s as soon as the y come in. All Sizes 8 UP HANGING BASKETS PLASTIC WIRE CLAY BEST SELECTION IN TAMPA INDOOR GARDENING SUPPLIES POTIING SOIL WATER SOLUBLE FERTILIZERS PERLITE VERMICULITE FERN FIBRE OSMUNDA SPHAGNUM MOSS 9-6 PRODUCTS INC. ENJOY TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION as hy Maharishi Mahesh Yogi There will he a free introductory lecture. TONl(;trr, Thursday May 23, at 7:30p.m. in the UC room 251. Students lntern ational Meditation Society things to do toctav Date .. / D 1 2 F .. 3 PM. 4 -------------------

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THE ORACLE-May 23, 1974 7 Fund plans finalized Oracle photo by Bill Cullerlon The Student Advisory Com mittee on Planning, Buctgeting an'd Evaluation level of education" as a private in stitution, Howell said, and if a merge into the SUS will help them to "keep some of their in novative ideas, it's better than going out of business," he said. 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 Mileage Positive Handling 'Reg. Pric e SALE PRICE F.E. T Set of 4 -------'155RX12 $35.00 ea. s 99.00 $1.43 '145RX13 31.00 ea. 89.00 1.51 155 RX13 37.00 ea 104.00 1.60 165RX 13 40.00 ea. 112.00 1. 78 '165RX14 41.00 ea. 114.00 1.89 155RX15 42.00 ca. 116.00 1.83 165RX15 45.0b e<1. 124.00 2 .02 Blac k walls only. All prices plus F.E.T. and State Tax -No Trade-in Required FREE Valve Stems when you pay with Cash or Check Mountino and Balancing Available CASH CHECK MASTERCHARGE BANK AMERICARO OFFICES : 1525 W.' Kennedy Blv d Tompo, Flo 33607 Ph : 254 I 62 I OPEN: 8 5 Monday Friday B 12 Sotvrdoy Closed Sunday 50th STREET AND A \ :ENll E TAMPA. Fl.ORIDA PllO'E 985-1-061 .. CLOSE TO USF AND TEMPLE TERRACE LAUNDRY FACILITIES POOL SMALL PETS WELCOME 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT 4 BEDROOM APARTMENT $200/mo. $225/mo. $350/mo. FC...,'Lcri A1.'C: c v ----"The committee members have pretty much agreed to solve this problem by freezing three positions next year that are now empty," Carvalho said. "Mr. Lake a:lso has a deferred maintenance fund of $250 000 which he invests. We're proposing he take $20,00o out of that. The committee questioned the size of the furid, not the fund itself." ............................................................................................ .., I SAVE OVER.$2000 I Full time summer job interviews I i Univ; Chapel Fellowship i I 6:00 & 8:30 ; Oi,...rtly atros from Softball Fields I ................................................................................................... ..1 Exci_ting ln-Store Demonstration SIMMON-OMEGA COLOR PRINTING Actual Color Enlargements in Minutes ... This is a 4"x5" color enlarging system with FULL-RANGE 0-150 FILTRATION and DIGIT AL READOUT! Second generation DICHROIC FILTERS ... uses a coordinated system of SIMMON-OMEGA and KODAK products. Models for photo fan, professional and industrial user. See It Demonstrated $100 Security Deposit 11150 N. 3oTH sT TAMPA, FLA. 33&12 .._ _____________ ....

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8 -THE ORACLE Sax soloist Frederick Hemke will join USF's Wind Ensemble tonight for a free concert at 8: 30 p.m. at McKay Auditorium. The visiting saxophonist will be featured in "Concerto for Saxophone and Wind Orchestra" by lngolf Dahl. May 23, 1974 Brown preaches to USF women Rita Mae Brown, a lesbian, feminist poet and author of such works as Ruby Fruit Jungle, The Hand that Cradles the Rock and Songs to a Handsome Woman, will speak tonight at 8: 30 p.m. in the UC Ballroom. In "Sisters," a magazine written by and for lesbians which contains art, poetry, articles, news and photography, Brown said, "Poetry, like the rest of the arts, has been defined in terms of the interests of educated white men." She also said, "Blacks' poetry and women's poetry was seen as an expression of their 'distinctive feature'-blackness or womanness, rather than viewed as the expression of a total human being.'' The poetry in The Hand that Cradles the Rock is "the poetry of a total person," Brown said. "It reflects a real life as well as joy and hope for the liberation of herself and of all oppressed peoples.'' There is no charge for the lecture, sponsored by the USF's Women's Center. Brown will also speak Saturday at the weekend-long Tallahassee Women's Conference sponsored by the Florida State University Women's Center. Animation, party tonight The Italian Club is holding a party tonight at 8 in the Language Literature lounge, club member Richard Mastromarino said yesterday. The party is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be provided. The last showing of the Ninth Tournee of Animation is also playing tonight at 7:30 and 9:30 in LAN 103. Admission is $1. .. -=-, USF DANCE DEPARTMENT DANCE CONCERT M "Bug Wings" "Mail Order" : : .. "M1racle" "G1selle" .. w Act II -with USF Orchestra .. Fri and Sat, May 31 & June 1 University Theatre, 8:30 P .M. Full time students, $1 Others, $2 Box office open 1:15-4:30 P.M. & 1 hr. w before performance. .. .. = .. .. .. .. t..tt..tt. .. tt. .. tt .. .. tt..tt .. tt. .. t.li.: 4' .............................................................................................................. i SLII\ CHIK I 10024 N. 30th St. ph. 971-24941
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Graphics by Mark Stock Simply "Lovely" Among the lithographs currently on display in the UC Gallery is this pencil work "Lovely" by art student Mark Stock. Stock's one-man show will continue through the end of the quarter. Mahatma Guru to speak on peace, 1knowledge' Guru Charanand ... discusses "knowledge" Mahatma <;uru Charanand. a dos(' discipll' or the Hi-year-oid 1wrrect mastPr Curu Maharaj Ji, will makt two campus ap pParancPs this WPl'kl'nd. Stevl' llunter. Di\inP Light CPnlPr general S!'lT!'lar:-. sairl. A Mahatm;1 guru's rluties in clude lilt prPparalion and SPiect ioll or (JPl'SOnS Who wish to l'!'l'PiVP "know!!'dge." llunttr s;1id. Tlw monastic l\lahatmas also mersep lhl' actual initiation into lhe practical ll'chniques of this nwditation Charanand will gin a program on 11wr<.J Adopt-aPlant Toda) '-----.., _/! from the -. \' 1?' .n Vv 1 ;',?' Boutique Plant Adoption Center -. corner 56th St. & 127th An-. Temple Terran Ph. Daily 9 5::{0 ................... ,., ............................................. ,., .................... THE ORACLE -May 23, 1974 9 Keg offers campus talent USF students and an acoustic guitarist from Florida Technological University . Stylih a well as economicol. Automatic and factory air conditioning. hcellent pa mileage, but still comfortable. Only $2895 1973 OLDSMOBILE Delta. If you don't. nsed air conditioning, this i your chance to steal a really beau-. tiful car. Only 11,000 actuol Jade green with dark green vinyl lop and upholstery. It won't $2995 last at only 1971 MERCURY Montego MX Deluxe Sedan and perfect. Silver mist with vinyl top and interior. Auto matic, power leering and factory air conditioning. Even has 5 brand new white side walls. An out standing value $1995 at only 1973 PINTO Deluxe. Only. 3,300 actual miles and really a pretty car. Sunshine yellow with white vin yl top and r.oddle vinyl buck et eats. Automatic, radio and factory air conditioning, Truly an outstanding $2995 car at only 1973 VOLVO "1 A2" Looks like it iuI drove out of the showroom. Radio and factory air conditioning for your comfort. Only 7,200 actual miles and perlKt ham boo creqm with 1Qddle vinyl irituioc, Original ow.yr -r.ome on re-s4995 quest. Only 1973 COUGll :117-An extra nice car sole!' at1.:JI serviced by us. Baby bt11e with darlc l>lue vinyl top and. inter ior. Automatic, power steer ing, and factory air condition ing. A truly outcor a1s3995

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10 -THE ORACLE Photo furnished Filmmaker Doug Davis speaks in "Talk-Out" the film was made with the Intermedia Institute in New York in 1972. Art critic shows tapes Doug Davis, art critic for Newsweek magazine, will speak and show video tapes from his recent one-man show in New York tonight as part of the "Future of the Image" leeture series Davis is known for his book on the historical and future collaborations among science, technology and art: Art and the Future. He has had one-man shows in New York's Fishbach Gallery The Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse and the Museum of History and Technology in Washington, D. C. His video work has been nationally broadcast on CBS. Davis is currently an artist fellow at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at MIT in Cam bridge Films he will sh-0w tonight include "Studies in Black and White Videotape" and "Studies in Color Videotape II." His presentation begins at 7 p m in FAH 101. Friday morning he will elaborate about his w ork and his findings in his book during a seminar in FAH 278 at 11 a m Persons interested in ad-Baritone will sing for degree library on campus Master's candidate John Mark Culligan Jr. will perform two recitals this week as part of the USF Graduate Recital series. Tonight; Culligan will perform works by Handel, Bach and Strauss a t the Public Library Auditorium, 900 N. Ashley St. Saturday, the baritone will perform his graduate recital at 4 :30 p .m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium Culligan's seven-part program includes "'Alma Del Core" by Caldara, "No, No, Non Si SperB" by Carissimi "Vado Ben Spesso Cangiando Loco" by Rosa and "Tutta Raccolta Ancor" by Handel in the first section; "Endlich, Endlich Wird Mein Jocli" by Bach, which will feature cellist ,Patricia Germain and oboist James Ryon, and "Verborgenheit" by Hugo Wolf. "Allerseelen" and "Zueignung" by Richard Strauss and "Bella Siccome Un Angelo" by Donizetti com. plete the first four parts of his program I : The latter section of the program will include three compositions by ) 9th century composer Gabriel Faure and four songs ori words by. Shakespeare composed by Roger Quilter There is no admission charge to either concert. .l! :mllllll!IW, st Jb h1ck e y c o m:. .. l ; furniture "'<.' AT HERALD SQUARE 5110 FOWLER AVE. 985-4451 ditional information or an interview with Davis should contact Ruth Abraham, 974-2360. Tampa' Fi1 Chine1e Fam ily Style Dinnen I Take Out Orden Select from l Mr.nu ronlplete Chilll's.! I _"\oups. lntrcc1. rtl .f 4 I Ceclit*"4 1 ,..,... .... o,..r ... Open 4 12 Dolly Sun. 1-10 ff E BUSCH llVD. 93S-76Slf GE T WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE Must vacate warehouse June 1 No reasonable offer refused WIDE 1,RACK SPECIAL BLEMISHED FG0-14 19.84 GG0-14 20.76 860-13 17.92 ALL PRICES PLUS F.E.T. ALL HILLCREST TIRES $1.00 OVER COST STEEL BELT A70-13 22.50 D70-14 24-61 E70-14 25.45 F70-14 25.90 G70-14 27 .35 H78-l 4 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 1 OUR DOWNTOWN OFFICE AT 130 s. FRAN KUN 223-2548 I Mn m. Diill!lli'H!lliil!JI! 10909 N. FLORIDA AVE. PH. 933. 6402

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Senate opposes expanslon plan BY STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writer The SG Senate Tuesday night, after hearing USF Pres. Cecil Mackey speak, to express their opposition to the proposed inclusion of New College in the State University System as a branch ofUSF. The resolution calls for public opposition to the purchase and "support (of) the entire student body of New College in their efforts to maintain their unique identity as a private institution." The senators also voiced support of the New College students who last week spoke to the Senate explaining the policies and procedures of their college. THE SENATE also passed a resolution protesting a report from the Tampa Tribune which stated Director of Public Safety and Security Paul Uravich planned to "initiate police undercover work" on cam pus. This is, the resolution sated, "not only an affront to the 17,000 students of this University," but also is "contrary to the concept of a university as a sanctuary of intellectual freedom." The Senate voted to express "outrage and indignation" on behalf of the students at USF and charged the Community Relations Committee with the responsibility of "holding public hearings on this subject." The Senate also unanimously passed a commendation to the USF Bicycle Club for "its concern for the University community and ap. plaud( ed) its efforts." The Senate recognized the club for its for mulation of five recommendations to better serve students who own bicycles, both in availability of parking areas and protection of bicycles around classroom buildings and dormitories. Photo lecture set today The Suncoast Photographic Society will sponsor a lecture on portrait photography today at 7:30 p.m. in the La Plaza del Sol apartment recreation room. Nelsori Medina, a local commercial photographer, will conduct the lecture. If you're good enough, you can be a Navy Nuclear Officer. Aboard every Navy nuclear-powered ship, there are offi.cers from colleges just like this one. The point is that to be considered for this extraordinary program, you don't have to go to .the Naval Academy ... or join the NROTC. What the Navy needs now are some very special college graduates who aren't afraid to find out how good they really are. Who will consider our extensive and demanding training program (designed by the Atomic Energy Commission), the most exciting challenge of their 1.ives. A challenge that offers an ambitious college graduate an exciting future as a Naval Officer, with his first assignment being a nuclear-powered surface ship or submarine. U.S. NAVY RECRUITING STATION 8808 N 56th STREET TEMPLE TERRACE, FLA PH. 985-1010 Be a success 1n the NAVY TIE 111-FASllOll STORE WESTSHORE PLAZA NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER BRITTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER DOWNTOWN: "705 FRANKLl' N STREET SHIRTS SHIRTS TAKE THE SPOTLIGHT IN VIBRANT PRINTS OF EASY CARE FABRICS. SHOWN WITH OUR HI-RISE POLYESTER KNIT TROUSER.

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12-THE ORACLE sports Rizzo impressed with new coach May 23, 1974 BY PAM JONES Oracle Sports Writer Baseball tri-captain Tony Rizzo is optimistic about the future of the program under newly named head coach Jack Butterfield. -Spikes for racquet Oracle photo by Jeff Steel Mark Vergason, utility infielder for USPs baseball squad this season, sharpens his tennis skills during class at the PE courts yesterday. Like the rest of the nation, USF students have shown a rising interest in the game. According to the Brahman third baseman, Butterfield "sounded very sincere about making the baseball program at USF go." RIZZO WAS ONE of the team members who had a chance to meet with Butterfield when he was on campus for his interview with the Athletic Council. Butterfield comes to USF from the University of Maine, where he compiled a record of 240-169-2. Several members of the Brah m an squad have expressed doubts as to whether they will be returning next year, but Rizzo believes this will change. "I THINK EVERYBODY should come back next year because of the first impression I got from his credentials," commented the third sacker. "He's making a big decision coming here, and we hope he can sell the program to the com munity," said Rizzo. "He ex pressed his reasons for wanting to come as being more or less because he just didn't get enough baseball in while he was in Maine because of the climate." WHAT WILL BE the key to building up the program? "If he can have a good relationship with the community and recruit a lot of good local talent in the coming years, I think Coae:h Butterfield can make baseball a big thing at USF," said Rizzo. Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl CICI Cl CCICI Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl =c CICI Cl CICI Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl C Cl CCC Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl CC Cl Cl Cl CCC Cl Musical Mack this Thurs. Fri. & Sat. 8:30p.m. to 12:30p.m. Deli Sandwiches -Draft Beer -Game Room Old English Atmosphere Carry Out Service Catering & Party Trays 4970 Busch Blvd. -Next to A&P Phone 985-2013 4254 S. Dale Mabry -Next to Woolco New added seating Phone 839-1497 50 cover CHAINWHEEL DRIVE : Bicycle Shop : : All bikes fully Prom pt : : assembled rA repair : ; & guaranteed service ; : 120 day ; : service contract A ; ,: i1148 N. 30th St. : Across from Schlitz JI Open 9 to 6 Ph. 971-2439 4-3-06-12 ORDER NOW! YOUR OWN SCHOOL RING! TOK yellow or wh1tr. gold Encrusted 1111t1al Design under stones School mascot Choice of stone color Diamond tops Ectuc:a1rnnal symhnls Faceted stone Cabachon stonP. 6 to 8 WEEKS DELIVERY Student Accounts Welcome I !lustratio:i Enlarged Use Our Convenient CHARGE PLANS-BUDGET ACCOUNTS WI:' Accl'pl: 8.111kAmericard Diners Club Shoppers Charge Charge Carte Bianchi American Express JEWELERS IN TAMPA SHOP Ar GORDON'S 3924 BRITTON PLAZA SHOPPING CTR. NORTH GATE SHOPPING CENTER OTHER STORES IN: St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Seminole. Bradenton. Plant City and Lakeland.

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THE ORACLE-May 23, 1974 13 Tennis fund, optimism increasing BY DAVE MOORMANN Oracle Sports Editor George Falinski and Gary Roebuck should play one of the most intense tennis series next week as the pair battle for the fourth spot on USF's tennis squad which may be headed for the national championships. Only two weeks ago it appeared not one USF player would make the California trip as both Joe Howell, vice president for Student Affairs, and Athletic Director Richard Bowers said funds were insufficient for the 21-3 squad to make the trip June 17 to 20. BUT .SG ANNOUNCED a campaign drive Monday and the group has already collected $1,800 of a projected $2,500 goal, causing Coach Spaff Taylor to renew hope that the the Brahmans will be represented in the national tourney. "We always had faith in outside help," said Taylor, "but frankly I'm surprised so much money has come in this quickly. It's very gratifying." Among the donations has been $750 from state tennis player Jim Wood and a $500 gift from the Tampa Tribune Co. "THERE'S A GREAT spirit behind the cause," said Taylor. "Basically, people know a just cause when they see it. I'm grateful they've shown the interest." Team captain Kevin Hedberg, who will represent USF along with Carlos Alvarado, Oscar Olea and the Falinski-Roebuck winner should they make the trip. also expressed amazement at the speed at which the contributions have come. "All I can say is that I'm surprised and glad," said the lone senior tennis player "I never thought this would happen." TAYLOR SAID IF the Brahmans expect to make the trip, they must submit an entry form before midnight May 28. He said he plans to ask USF administrators to sign the form, an NCAA requirement, today and it should be in the mail prior to the weekend. sports shorts TODD TEMPLE TERRACE FINA Greg Gingold begins com petition today in the first round of the U. S. Open table tennis tournament in Oklahoma City The USF student and his Miami partner will challenge the Swedish doubles squad, the world's top tandem. Other international powers entered in the meet are Yugoslavia and Japan. China did not send a representative. The Sorority Activity Trophy for most points in women's in tramurals is being retired to Kappa Delta, winner for the third straight year. Fontana captured the In dependent Activity Trophy. NEBRASKA AT FOWL 971-0007 LAST DAY Cln Easwood DNTHa.,-n Maanum Foce PANAVISION TECHNiCOLOR From Warner Bros. A Warner Communications Company m Foreign Motorcar Service 'Honest Work at an Honest Rate.' Savings of up to 50% over Dealer Service 4Cyl. Tune-up $15 to $20 (most cars) Specializing in Datsun, Toyota, and British. Motorcars (Mastercharge) Ph. 988-1974 (Bankamericard) Owned & Operated by USF Alumnus 5601 E. Fowler Ave. Temple Terrace Special School Rat, e '.<\' .. and 15 < m eals quarte( .or !< _; ; A limited ntm1ber of rooms available for only $50 -':; ... / These vrit .,n1ake our rates the lowest in the a.rea (even lower tha1 1 eampus housin_ g).

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14 -THE ORACLE May 23, 1974 Engineering council elects officers for coming year LUTHERAN WORSHIP By Popular Demand, Worship is Noon SUNDAYS at the Episcopal Center on 50th Street i The Engineering College Council met yesterday and elected officers for the coming year. Steve Lienhart was elected president, Marvin Obando vice president, and Fred Locke was elected secretary-treasurer. The council also discussed the SG Senate meeting which was held Tuesday night, Sen Joe Carr said. The council set May 29 as the last meeting of the quarter. THE BUSINESS College Council met Friday and discussed the ROTC resolution currently before the SG Senate Also discussed at the meeting was the council logo. Vince Budney, council chairman, said a printer was found and once the order was placed, it would take four weeks for arrival. The Lan-Lit College Council met Monday and is co-sponsoring a movie with the Humanities Club The film "Last Year at Marienbad" will be presented free in the ENA May 28 at 8 p .m. The council also sponsored a reception for Catherine Sanders, Lan-Lit college adviser who is taking a leave of absence from USF for two years in order to continue her education here. The reception was held in LAN 246 yesterday at 2 p .m ONLY J\ FEW Lan-Lit course symposiums will be available Qtr. l due to the lack of response Corporate giving up Corporate support to America's universities and colleges rose 16 per cent this year and the increase in corporate gift's to USF has risen by a similar_ amount, Development Director Terry Edmonson said "We are just about on a par with the national average," Edmonson said. "Apparently, the tax reform in 1969 had a positive influence on philanthropic contributions from both individuals and corporations He said he did not yet have a breakdown of the exact amount of corporate gifts to USF. "They haven't been as much as they should be because we haven't asked for as much as we should have," he said "We haven't been soliciting as long as most schools have either." The U S House Ways and Means Committee is considering some tax options which may have a damaging effect on this year's increase in all charitable gifts, Edmonson said. "The public's concern over tax loopholes, financial disclosures by public officials and huge windfall profits may end in changes which will hurt all philanthropic giving," he said. "I don't think the reforms will have a positive effect on philanthropy." I At SB41EY'S we serve fun (also pizza) f'or fraternities, Sororities Other ,Campus 8114 N. Fla. Ave: Tampa, Fla. 935-3101 Council Preside nt Claudia Mcllwain said. Only half of the professors in the college returned information sheets on the courses she said Copies will be a va ila ble in the college and at the advising office, Mcllwain said Paul Wilborn, 4COM, spoke at the council meeting supporting a change in the procedure of electing Oracle editors, Mcilwain said. The elections shouldn't be in the hands of the staff, Wilborn said, but instead should be reviewed by the Board of Student Publications with the director making the final s e lection. This method is used at most univer sities in the country, Mcllwain said. Viewpoints will be heard giving the other side before a formal resolution is drafted, Mcilwain said. The next college council meeting is June 3 For Information, call 988-4025 ,... .... ",... ...... ",., ......... '-.......................................................................... ., Back issues of the I USF Yearbook $1.00 available til of Qtr. i 1963 1966 1967 B 1 1)1 "' 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 .. r=====-i 1c5-uae;z,iM I Office of Student Publications LAN 472 I 410 N. DAi..E MASR-. 8 00 5 00 Paris and Accessories : : For All Foreign Cars 876 -7021 JI'! ................... ,., .............................................................................................. .. ea.r ,,JOO /ti. t\ext fcU\ ciM wo>J occep"tt-' RecAucecl Uf early."

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( A S I It S ) THE ORACLE -May 23, 1974 15 { LOST & FOUND l I TV, RADIO, STEREO ( HELP WANTED ) SUMMER positions Mass. boys' camp has openings for gen. counselors, music, science, ham radio, tennis, 9olf, swimming, etc. Call locally 971-9361 evenings. STUDENT wanted. Room and board during summer in exchange for light housekeeping and babysitting. Must have own transportation. May take late afternoon or evening classes. Lots of free time. Contact Linda Green after 3 p.m. 8847937; SUMMER JOBS-temporary jobs for weeks or months. All types of office jobs. Register now for best choice of summer jobs (or to work now). No fee ever. We pay you. Cash bonuses too! Olsten Temporary Services. 251-1853, 1902 W. Kennedy Blvd MALE AND female riding counselors needed at summer camp. Teach English or Western riding. JCl 11 Ranch Camp, Brooksville, Fla. For info local no 971-6525 !Mon.-Thurs.). Ask for Ellen. INSTANT BREAD! Instant work and pay on the days that suit you. We need laborers and warehouse workers. Days and evenings. 'Just stop by our office at 6:30 a.m. on the day you need to work. HANDY ANDY, 1733 W. Kennedy. TALENT in advertising, layout, design, com art and inter in women's fashion? Creative individual needed in our dept. Morton Williams, 17711 So. Dale Mabry. Ph. 253 6596 Mr. Edwards. NEED a full time summer job? Make $200 per week and receive college credits while learning abOut other parts of the country. Call William at 985-2886. GOVERNESS-LIGHT HOUSEKEEPER Tuesday thru Thursday, 2-6 p.m., two children 11 & 12, references, transportation necessary, new North Tampa home, 932-7531. TYPIST needed to type manuscripts for APA Journal; 45 wpm; must be able to work 20 hrs.-week. Contact Dr. C. E Nelson, SOC 06 or SOC 322. You may call 2491 or 2497, leave message. 52.85 PER HOUR, about 20 hrs per week. Hours adjusted to your schedule. Must be fresl)man or sophomore with neat hair cut. Shipping & rece. lving office supplies, keep records, etc. Call Mr. Griffis 872-9102. Central Truck Lines. 3825 Henderson Blvd. An EqualOpportunlty Employer. l J FOR RENT ) 2 BR DUP!...EX, AC, carpe!, furnished. Young neighbors, grass, trees. $150 mo. Evenings & weekends 977-1934. SUMMER AT LA MANCHA DOS. Study & relax at La Mancha Dos this summer. Monthly rates of $72-580. Reservations now being accepted; new apartment5 and poolside apartments available. One block from campus on 42nd Street PH 971-0100. 71/2 MINUTES FROM USF New 2 bdr w-w carpet central heat and air, drapes, furn. $181>-unfurn $155. Phone 988-6393. COLONIAL GARDENS Students welcome6 mo. lease. 2 bdrm., 1 bath, luxury apts. Swimming pool, laundry, and rec. room. 2002 E. 131st Ave. ph 971-4977. DUPLEXES for rent. One mile off campus. 2 br., furn., AC-$155 a month. Call 971-3247 after 5 p.m. FOR RENT-32 foot furnished trailer. On lake, 12 miles from USF. $65 per month. Water and garbage fi;rnished One person, no pets. Call 689-2646, weekends. APT. to sublet for this summer. Male or female. I pay part of the deposit, furn., air cond., kit., pool, tennis court. Close to campus $67 per month, come to La Mancha Dos Apls. no. 102. Ask for William. 2 BR. Unfurnished apt. Central H-A, W-W carpel $160. 986-3456. I MOBILE HOMES J 60 FT. MOBILE home. 2 br. furnished, air cond. washer-dryer, in country location. 10 min-USF. Must sell. Only S2,80o. 9862360. OWNER selling 12 x 60 De!roiler. 2 large bdroom central air & heat, anchored, skirted. Unique. Adult section, pool & recreation area. S650 down & assume payments. Financing available. 971-8808. FOR SALE-1973 TRAILER 12'x60'. 2 bdr. furnished. Storage shed included. On plush lot. 3 miles East of USF off Fowler. Call 988-1360. WOODED LOT for mobile home, 5 min. from USF, 550 monthly, includes water, sewer. Quiet beautiful, boat ramp, fishing. Call Bob 988-4085. r SERVICES OFFERED) IT'S SPRING and I'm ready. I'm an AKC Irish Setter from champion stock and a proven stud. For reservations 971-2065. Quality breeding only. Try it, you'll like it. TYPING, Fast, Neat, Accurate, Exp. Turabian 1 BM Corrective Selectric. carbon ribbon. Pica or Elite. Ali types of wo.rk. Close to USF. 988-0836 Lucy Wilsofl. FAST accurate typing service. 4B hr. service in most Instances. 2 min. from USF. Between 8:30 and 5:00 call 879-7222 ext. 238. After 6:00 988-3435. Ask for Liz. SPECIALIZEDTYPIST IBM CORRECTING Selectric, carbon ribbon, pica or elite. Greek symbols. Exp. Turabian, Campbell, APA, etc. 5 min. from USF. Nina Schiro, 971-2139. If no answer, 235-3261. TYPING done in my home close to USF. Neat and accurate, 75 cents per page. Call 988-8593 anytime. TYPING-NEAT & ACCURATE: Term papers my specially. Reasonably priced with "quick" return. Call: 877-7663 (from 8:30-4:00 only) and 971-5948 after 5:00 for Cindy. GRE PREPARATION COURSE near USF. Score 1000 or your money back. 18 hrs., $30; course repeatable Free. Over 700 have taken our course in South Flori.ta in the last 21/2 years. For infor call (305) 854-7466. LSAT PREPARATION COURSE near USF. Half of our students scored over 600. 70 pt. improvement or your money back. 20 hrs., $70; course repeatable free. Attend firs! class free, no obligation. For info call (305) 854-7466. APTS. & HOUSES TO SHARE I GREEN OAK Villa Apts.-1 &2 Bedroom furnished & unfurnished apartments, diswasher, garbage disposal, fully carpeted, pool, laundry: Varied Leases. Near USF at 42nd St. & Skipper Road-Call 9714408 or 971-1424. FEMALE-I have a two bedroom apt. to share. There's tennis and swimming. Apt. complex is one mile from USF. Call Debbie at 988-0504. ROOMMATE-male, female. 3BR. APT. 1'/2 mile east on Fowler. 2 pools, 2 tennis courts, AC, carpet, 2 baths, dishwasher. Call for meeting 985-1112, Charles. NEED Female roommate, willing to move within USF area. Contact Connie 974-2461, after 5 -977-4819. 2 ROOMMATES needed. 3 BBDROOM, 1/4 BTH, dishwasher. 1 mi USF. Large, prt., furn., pool, tennis, AC, $82.00 per mo. ft>r summer or year. Summit W. Apts. Contact John 988-9395. SUMMER employee at Disney World needs person (s) who will also be working at Disney World to share a 2 bedroom, 2 bath apt. in Kissimmee. Contact David Medansky, Theta 221, 974-6348. ( FOR SALE l '65 MUSTANG Convert. 6 A.T.-Stereo TapeSuper-$325 or best offer. Household fur niture-nice-Cost $780-new-Sell $245-T. V. included. 977-1870. WE HAVE denims in regular and bells, and cords in bells. Also boots, shirts & western hats. Only 10 min. from campus. Straight leg Levi cords in 3 colors have just come in. Bermax Western Wear 8702 Nebraska Ave. GOING abroad. Must self-New four-piece luggage set-single bed and ma!lress playpen and other infant accessories-All reasonably priced for Quick Sell-Call 977-0635 '72 VW SUPER Beetle. Low mileage, ex cellent cond. Some extras. Under original warranty. 971-3022. 1971 SUZUKI 350-Mint cond. $625. Also, 24 ft. trailer-Interior completoly redecorated. Perfect, inexpensive-no using for Univ. Students. 5750. Call 977-1079 or 238-36443710 Skipper Rd. [ REAL ESTATE ) LOVELY brick front, 3 bedroom, 1 bath. CB home, large fenced yard. Close lo USF and VA hospital. S19,500. Call 971-7725. I NCO ME property or must sell 3 rental units close lo USF. $6,000 equity and assume large return. Call Bob Jones-off. 932-6123, home 971-5348. ANN DEL VALLE REALTY, INC. BRIARWOOD, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, family room, garage, central ale and heat. 1923 115t'1 A\e. Phone owner 971-5024. ( AUTOMOTIVE ] 65 VW BUG, Nice, shag carpet, New In terior. 5635. Call 977-5388. MUST SELL '70 VW, A-C, radio, new tires, Exe. cond. Call 988-3261 after 4 p.m. vw '69 Good cond. One owner-i"adio, heater, great deal. Call 971-2561 after 6 p.m. 1967 LEMANS 326 AM-FM radio, air, $300 Cash 971-1948. 1969 VW WAGON Automatic. Good condition, radio. $900.00 or best offer. Call 9771061. PEUGEOT, 4-door Sedan, 1970, good condition, 4 cylinders. Great gas mileage. Call owner 971-5024. 68 RAMBLER American, 4dr, automatic, radio, pwr steering. Asking S450, will take offer. See Tony, Fontana 1306. 70 VW SQUAREBACK, clean, 44,000 miles, radial tires, $1,350. 935-1357 after 6 p .m. 1968 VW BUG with air under 45,000 miles. Excellent condition. One owner driver. Some extras asking $900.000 will accept best offer. Phone 251-4034 after 8 p.m. 1965 MGB FOR sale by original owner. In excellent mechanical condition. New batteries and is inspected through April 1975. Needs paint. $700 or Best Oller. Call 986-2242. 67 DODGE Charger, good condition, runs great, fully loaded, stereo. Best offer. Call 971-8079 or see at La Mancha Dos Apt. 284. New trans. new tires. Just inspected. See to believe. I TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES I EUROPE-ISRAEL-AFRICA Travel discounts year-round. Student Air Travel Agency, Inc: 201 Allen Rd. Suite 410, Atlanta, Ga. 30328 (404) 256-4258. GO WHERE THE CROWDS DON'TKNOWI 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 tllan you could ever do by yourself. Trail Blazers: TOLL FREE 80t'-223-5516. FLY TO Jamaica 4-7th July direct, Fly National Airways-Special Charter Package deals. These and many fantastic trips are available for groups 4-44 persons. Freeport, Nassau, Haiti, San Juan, An tigua, "Mile High Afaire," Inc. provides direct air transportation, accomodations at the lowest possible cost. Contact Rob Mette 525-8741, St. Petersburg. MHA is a registered non-profit Travel Club MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS I 1967 TRIUMPH Motorcycle, 500 cc. Extended front forks sold new for Sl,200.00. Needs work WILL SACRIFICE for ONLY $200.00, MUST SELL BEFORE MAY 30. CALL 932-6863 Now! .... DON'T pay the high mail order prices. Thieve's Warehouse of Tampa. 1531 s. Dale Mabry. 254-7561. LOST: Prescription glasses, aviator style frames In a black case Reward 977-0149. ( MUSICAL J FISCHER Power Amplifier (no PRE-AMP), 45 Watts per ch. RMS, THO less than .3 per cent; have test results for this amp. No cabinet, from a 53,000 console. 5100 or best offer. Call Cliff at 932-8856. GUITAR Epiphone 12 string $100.00, Yamkl 12, $200.00. Beth 971-531'. au 10 WEEK SCHEDULE (SAME AS OTHER USF COURSES) ENROLLMENT UNLIMITED Channel 16 WUSF-TV USF College Credit Courses by television or radio In YOUR or in a reserved room on campus. Each lesson broadcast twice. QUARTER I SCHEDULE: 4604 ANT 371-501 ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES (4) (Dr. Evelyn Kessler) MTR 4:30 or 8:00 p.m. 1962 ART 310-501 INTRODUCTION TO ART (3) (Mr. Bruce Marsh) MTR 5:00 or 8:30 p.m. 2800 ENG 372-501 AMER !CAN I ND I AN LITERATURE ( 4) (Mr. Thomas Sanders) MTRF 4:00 or 7:30 p.m. 3134 LIN 321-501 LANGUAGE AND MEANING (4) (Mr. Robert C. O'Hara) MTRF 5:30 or 9:00 p.m. 2238 MUS 371-501 ISSUES IN MUSIC (2) (Mr. Jacques Abram) F 4:30 or 8:00 p.m. 3242 PHI 112-501 LOVE, SEX, AND.VIOLENCE (2) (Dr. James Gould, Mr. John Iorio) MF 6:00 4416 PHY 371-501 CONTEMPORARY PHYS I CS ( 5) or 9:30 p. m. (Dr. Roger Clapp) Each Weekday 3:30 or 7:00 p.m. 5090 PSY 201-501 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (5) (Dr. Paichal Strong) Each Weekday 3:00 br 6:30 p.m. COURSE BY RADIO: (WUSF-FM, 89.7) MUS 205-501 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONIC MUSIC (3) (Mr. Larry Austin) TR 4:00 p.m. 2156 HOW TO REGISTER FILL OUT YOUR REGISTRATION FORM THE SAME. AS FOR OTHER COURSES. Be certain you have the correct reference number, and section numbers. WHEN YOU REG I STER, NOT I FY THE Y. O. U. OFF ICE IMMEDIATELY, so your name and address can be put on the list to receive a course syllabus, viewing schedule, and other necessary information prior to the beginning of classes. Y. O.U. IS LOCATED IN THE BASEMENT OF THE LIBRARY, ULI 20-D. TELEPHONE: 974-2341, ext. 23. :. EXPO-JOB MARKET 174'i TODAY-LAST DAV f MINORITY STUDENTS : Explore the job marketBe aware of career opportunities : INTERVIEW FOR EMPLOYMENT! : Permanent Placement -Co-op Career-related Summer only : : For full details, call: 974-2171 : : Ask for Gwen Tim, Cathy Panczyk, or Andrew Minor ; i Companies interviewing Martin-Marietta i i Defense Supply Agency Graybar Electric i : 1.8.M. of Atlanta and Tampa General Telephone ; i Fla. Power Corp. Fla. State Dept. of Transportation i B ; Mass ros. Sears Fla. Federal Savings & Loan Assoc. : : ....................................................... .:.

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