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friday's ORACLE May 24, 1974 Vol. 9 No. 36 16 pages Eckerd may take back land Offer BY RUSSELL MANLEY Oracle Staff Writer St. Petersburg's Eckerd College may take back its offer to share its campus with the State University System (SUS), Eckerd Pres. Billy Wireman said yesterday. "We never made an offer to be a branch campus of another university," Wireman said, "and that seems to be the intent of the Board of Regents." WIREMAN said members of the Board of Regents (BQR) Facilities Committee, which is studying methods of SUS expansion, along with USF Pres. Cecil Mackey, made a side-trip to Eckerd yesterday on their way to Sarasota to evaluate the offer made by New College. "We had hoped Eckerd could become part of a new and exciting university with one central administration," Wireman said. "But I talked with CBOR Chairman) Marshall Criser, and I detected a strong interest in establishing a USF branch here. The branch idea would require two administrations which would be difficult to handle," he said. "We would be reluctant to be on campus with a branch of another university." WIREMAN said Criser had asked Eckerd officials not to make a final decision on withdrawing their offer until after Monday's BOR special meeting, during which expansion plans will be evaluated. "We're extending them that courtesy," Wireman said. Eckerd made their original offer last month and a plan was outlined in which Eckerd would deed its land to the SUS but maintain a lease on 40-60 per cent of the campus. The Facilities Committee has been studying this proposal, land offers from the cities of St. Petersburg and Clearwater, and New College's offer and will make its recommendations on the location of branch USF campuses Monday. "I just seriously doubt whether our trustees would accept a move that would make us a USF branch," Wireman said. IBM funds computers, demon film The USF Festival of Animation wraps it up this weekend with three special shows including a tribute to three unique animators. One of the three, John Hubley of the U. S., was commissioned by IBM to make a film on the merits of computerization. His result is "Of Men and Demons" which will have two showings this weekend. Other artists in the tribute are Jiri Trnka from Czechoslovakia and Yoji Kuri from Japan. See story page 7. "------Looking to the future Oracle photo by Jeff Steel Deborah Reed makes some plans for the future as she talks with Florida Power Corporation representative Andrew Minor about her career. A two-day career session concluded yesterday in the UC with students meeting with various company representatives. rs;;;;,;:;;;;;;;e;i;-;;;;;;;;--, I I to tennis fund I Contributions to SG's tennis fund rose to $2,100 yesterday and Saga Food Service said it will give @ all monies received from today's Slappy Hour to the cause. Ed Fisher, director of Saga Food Service, said SG contacted him earlier in the week and he agreed to help finance USF's trip to the NCAA National Tournament in California, June 17-22. Coach Spaff Taylor said USF administrators ., agreed to sign the tourney entry form and said he will send it to Los Angeles today. Oscar Olea, Kevin Hedberg and Carlos Alvarado will represent USF at the tuorney, with a fourth player to be named later. See story page 11. ,::;:. m1 i! Spaff Taylor j .. to send form n Sign-up for fall concludes Today is the last day of early registration for Qtr. 1. Registration forms should be filled out and returned to the individual colleges, by 5 p.m. Students can pick up their Course Request Forms on the first floor of the Administration Building. Bills and schedules will be mailed to the permanent address on the Course Request Forms by 23. Early Registration fees must be postmarked by midnight Tuesday, Sept. :3. Early Registration requests will be cancelled for students not paying full fees by September :i, regardless if the' bill and schedules are received by ma ii. Students not receiving Qtr. I schedules and bills may obtain a duplicate copy after Aug. 27 in the Office of Records and Registration, ADM 264.


2-THE ORACLE May 24, 1974 Court will not enforce subpoena WASHINGTON A federal appeals court saying the House impeachment inquiry overshadows the Senate Watergate committee probe, yesterday refused to enforce the committee's subpoena for five of Pres. Nixon s secret tapes The unanimous ruling of seven judges of the U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia was a major victory for Nixon, who has battled for 10 months to keep the recordings out of the committee's hands. It was a severe setback for Sen. Sam Ervin Jr., D-N.C., and his six colleagues who uncovered the exist e nce of the White House taping system and have insisted the tapes could prove or disprove the President's own criminal involvement in the bugging scandal. Man hijacks copter NEW YORK A young man packing two guns and demanding a $2 million ranson be delivered by a girl in a bikini, hijacked a helicopter yesterday and ordered it along a zig-zag route to the top of the Pan Am building in mid Manhattan-10 blocks from his starting point. The hijacker', identifying himself as David Kamaiko of New York City, was captured after one of his two hostages, mechanic Bill Hale, overpowered him and police stormed the Compiled from the news wires of United Press International "copter perched on the 67-story building's helipad towering over Grand Central Station." Police lack leads LOS ANGELES Calls from the public with tips on Patricia Hearst which numbered in the hundreds daily over the past week have nosedived and police acknowledged yesterday they were without leads on her whereabouts. The FBI and other law enforcement agencies were operating on the lik e lihood that the 20-year-old heiress, now wanted herself for kidnaping and assault with intent to commit murder, was still somewhere in the sprawling Los Angeles metropolitan area. Kissinger airs ideas TEL AVIV Sec of State Henry Kissinger prese nted new American ideas to Israel and Syria yesterday to break the deadlock over two key issues blocking a military disengagement and he said they made "good progress" towards solving them A high American official said kissinger will decide after talking to Prime Minister Golda Meir today on whether to submit a concrete American plan to break the deadlock. Break-in delay asked WASHINGTON -Defense lawyers asked U. S District Judge Gerhard Gesell yes terday to dismiss charges in the Ellsberg break-in case -or delay or move the t r ial because of "massive, prejudicial pretrial publicity." Gesell hinte d one solution might be to increase substantially the number of preemptory challenges allowed the lawyers in jury selection. He asked both the defense and the prosecution whether they would object to this, and both sides said no. Russia, Egypt trade CAIRO The Soviet Union has resumed arms shipments to Egypt following a lapse of more than six months, diplomatic sources reported yesterday. The renewal of supplies, in addition to recent correspondence between Soviet and Egypti a n leaders, is evidence of a thaw in relations which had been st rained since the October Arab Israeli war, th e sources said Boll weevil found ENTERPRISE, Ala. The world's only monument to a pest Enterprise' s statue to the boll weevil will be returned today to. the town square from which it was stol en. The five -and-a-half foot t all iron statue, torn from its concrete base May 3, was found by a motorist i n a roadside ditch the n e xt day. Officials said the 55-yea r-old statue had been slightly damaged, but since had been repaired For sale: one ghost town SAN FRANCISCO Anyone want his own ghost town, complete with church, fire hydrants and a quicksilver mine? There's one for sale. It is New ldria, Calif., nestled in the remote Diablo Mountain range about 16 miles south of San Francisco. The town and its famed mercury mine date from Civil War times when a prospector discovered a deposit of cinnabar that proved to be one of the richest in the country. The lode has been worked almost continuously since then, producing thousands of flasks of mercury. Last year, for economic and environmental reasons, the New ldria Mining Company closed down its operations and sold its mining equipment there. The rest is to be auctioned off. Senate okays bargaining compromise TALLAHASSEE The Senate approved a compromise plan for collective bargaining by public employes yesterday, sending to Gov. Reubin Askew a bill to head off a Florida Supreme Court edict of unionization of government workers. The Senate came within one vote of dumping the controversy back into a joint conference committee. however, for dickering over a limitation of hargaining topics for school t eachers. In other action in the capital: -A legislative conference committee organized itself and set next Tuesday night as the deadline for a fin a l budget comprom ise -The Senate sent Gov. Askew a bill to ban smoking in all e levator s and voted unanimously t o forbid insurance com panies to r e ject claims on grounds that anoth e r policy already covers an injury Hearing delayed TALLAHASSEE A pre-trial hearin g for indicted former Education Commissioner Floyd Christian. scheduled for today, has been po stponed. defense attorneys said yesterday. Christian resi g ned his cabinet post after being charged with 19 ftlo"y counts of bribery perjury ; ind conspiracy in connection \\'ith award of state contracts to firms that benefited a friend I kftnse coun se l Dee no Kitchen s;1id the postponement of hearing wa s agreed to l ircuit Judg e .John Rudd after an informal conferenc e ag reed to I ht prost'Clll ion. Turner jury meets .1.\Cl\SO\:\'ILU: A 12lllt'tllhtr lt'lkral district court jury began deliberations yesterday on the charges of federal mail fraud against Orlando supersalesman Glenn Turner and seven of his business associates. The defendants, all officers or former officers in Turner's firms, are charged with 26 counts of mail fraud and one conspiracy charge in the operation of Turner's three cosmetics and motivation firms. Tillman won't run TALLAHASSEE Rep. Jim Tillman said yesterday he will not seek another term as House Minority Leader. Rep. Eugene Tubbs quickly announced his candidacy for the Republican leadership job and pledged to make internal struggles among Democrats a campaign issue this fall. Tillman, House Republican leader for th e past two years, said he will seek re-election to the House this fall, but will not run for minority leader because "I will not be able to devote a suf ficient amount of my time to carrying out the high duties and responsibilities of this office." Cedars head charged who scored a personal triumph by getting Pres. Nixon to dedicate a new wing of the in stitution 67 days ago was sought yesterday to answer 64 criminal charges against him. The 58-year-o!d Bronstein, who was fired recently as president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital at the start of an investigation of his activities, was accused in in formation returned by circuit court late Wednesday. State Atty Richard Gerstein charged him with 64 counts ranging from check forgery to conspiracy to commit grand larceny of hospital funds totaling $525,000. Complex destroyed FORT LAUDERDALE An explosion which may have been caused by a garbage compacter crushing a cache of dynamite yesterday afternoon rocked the Windgate Road Area of the city, destroyed most of a $10 million SG SENATE SEAT There is currently a vacancy in the SG Senate in the College of Business, District 1. Interested students contact Richard Merrick in the SG office (UC 156, ext. 2401). sanitation complex and slightly injured at least two workmen. Windows were blown out of homes in the neighborhood and the Fort Lauderdale Fire Department said emergency units were rushed to the scene to douse fires which erupted in portions of the Sanitation Department's diiposal plant. The fires were under control by mid afternoon lJNIVERSITY;. BICYCLE CENTER SALES and REPAIRS 'Franchised Qcaler !220 E. Fletcher Ave. 1 lr:'11 11:00 am h:OO pm I'll< I'\ E 911-2277 :r.. ,:;:.,:;:.,:;:.,:;: .. :;:.,:;:,,:;:,,:;:.,:;:,,:;:,.::: .. n-= Enf USF DANCE DEPARTMENT DANCE CONCERT .. w :.. ,; "Bugs Wings" "Mail Order" "Miracle" ..,... "Giselle n .. .. M .. MIAMI Sanford Bronstein, the former hospital president .-.-----------------... = : Act II -with USF Orchestra The Oracle is the official student-edited newspaper of the University of South Florida and is published four times weekly, Tuesday through Friday, during the academic year period September through mid-June; twice during the academic year peri od mid-June through August, by the University of South Florida, 4202 Fowler Ave., Tampa, Fla. 33620. Opinions expressed in The Oracle are those of the editors or of the writer and not those of the University of South Florida. Address correspondence lo The Oracle, LAN 472, Tampa, Fla., 33620. Second class postage paid al Tampa, Fla. The Oracle reserves the right lo regulate the typographical tone of all advertisements and revise or turn away copy it considers objectionable. Programs, activities and facilities of the University of South Florida are available to all on a non-d iscriminatory basis, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age or national ori gin The University is an affirmative action Equal Opportunity Employer. Fri and Sat, May 31 & June 1 University Theatre, 8:30 P .M. M Full time students, $1 Others, $2 Box office open 1:15-4:30 P.M. & 1 hr. before performance.


Photo by Jeff Steel Spring Coat The UC is getting its spring coat at this worker applies a new coat of paint to the outsidt:: of the building. From his precarious perch, he carefully novers the walls with their new finish. SUS heads back Senate fund bill BYWAYNESPRAGUE Oracle Staff Writer Saying adoption of the House appropriations bill for the State University System

4 -THE ORACLE May 24, 1974 '' ... BETTY SMIZZELHIME P MISS BETTY "MIZZELH IME? Directory needs advisory board We're glad to see USF isn't going to make an individual's marital status available through the Student-Faculty Directory after this year. The decision to code students and faculty as married or single made about as much sense as would a University decision to code students by any other personal attribute, say at tached or unattached ear lobes. If the University coded by ear lobes, one could determine whether students were "A" or "U" but few people except hereditary specialists would be con cerned with this information. ON THE OTHER hand, the "S-M" coding for marital status could lead to some serious problems for USF listees, most of which are obvious. Fortunately; few people have been hassled because the 1973-74 Directory reveals their marital status. The question which is important then, is how the listing got in the direCtory initially. Frank Spear's office of University Publications has an enormous task in publishing the campus Directory and as years pass, the Directory becomes more accurate and looks cieaner. But we wonder whether it might not be a: good idea to have a student, faculty and staff committee formed to advise the publication on what information is helpful and what information could be harmful. AN INDIVIDUAL'S right to privacy may be somewhat forfeited by his enrollment in a public institution ; however, we feel there is some in formation students, faculty and staff give the University to which the public has no right. Marital status is one. We believe the Directory should be a directory to names, addresses and phones; period. And an advisory committee, while it would probably not be consulted more than once a year, could prevent things like marital coding from !?lipping into it. Director of Publications Frank Spear said the code appeared because "No one thought to question it." An advisory board could not only remember to question invasions of privacy, but could possibly prevent them from appearing in the Directory, via recommendations made to Spear. Editorial 8' letters -Bowers should support tennis team Editor: The University has once again illustrated its reluctance to support the intercollegiate athletic program at USF by not permitting the men's Tennis Team to compete in the NCAA championship tournament next month. Perhaps more disturbing is the fact that Athletic Director Richard Bowers has been unable to establish a satisfactory plan for allocating post season tournament funds, although he promised to do so more than two years ago when a similar situation arose Let me preface my remarks by stating my biases: I am a partisan fan of the team, a former player and a personal friend of several players and Coach Spaff Taylor Although remarks have been revised to indicate that the "lack of funds" is the reason the team will not be permitted to travel to the nationals, I suspect the real reason the request was denied was revealed by Bowers' original statement that the USF squad would not be able to be competitive with FSU, Florida and Miami. It is im portant to note the team completed its "best ever" season with an outstanding 21-3 record, with impressive victories over Kalamazoo and Vanderbilt, among others. A closer look at the season s resftlts will show that the I ORACLE ANPA Pacemaker Award 1967, 1969 SDX Mark of Excellence .1972 Editor Manager Managing Editor News Editor Copy Editor Valerie Wickstrom Tom Wallace Sandra Wright Mike Kaszuba Jun Trahan Photo Editor ACP All-American since 1967 Sports Editor Entertainment Editor Barbara Montgomery Dave Moormann Jeff Strange Leo Stalnaker 974-2619, 2842, 2398 Advisor News phones DEADLINES: General -I p.m. dally forfoll-1119 day luue. Advertising (With proof) Tllunday for Tuesday, Friday nMn tor WeclnndY Monday nMn tor Tilul'ldAy, Tllftday llMll for Friday. DndllMS xtalldecl wlttlout pniof. CIHSlfled Hs tlln. .m.-two days before pullllc.tlon In person or by mall with payment enclOMd. Advertising rm on r9411Mst, '74-2620, M8iiday tllrough l'rlday, I .m s p.m. Stories Hd plc:1ures 8f hlterest le ahldentl my lit tullmlttect to tM In LAN 4" or tll8 avggatlon llClx In tll8 LllW8ry nd UC. Athletic Director's view of the team's competitiveness is rather unenlightened. Of the three schools mentioned in the comparison, USF only competed against FSU this year. As someone who attended the match, as well as every other home contest this season, I would say the teams were quite evenly matched, with FSU win ning by a narrow margin. Specifically, the two teams divided the top four singles matches, with USF's Olea and Hedberg posting impressive wins at the No. 1 and No. 3 positions. This is probably the only relevant con sideration with regard to the nationals since only the top four players are chosen to compete. Perhaps the most disturbing part of this pathetic chapter in USF's history is that neither Athletic Director Bowers nor Vice President for Student Affairs Joe Howell was able to find the time to attend the match in order to view the performance first hand even though the match was played here at USF Unfortunately, it would appear the decision has been made and Coach Taylor is left with the problem of exThis public document was promulgated at an annual cost of $148,696.45 or 9c per c opy, 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.) plaining to his team why their out standing record was not good enough. I think it is rather obvious by now that money is always available for programs that the administrators deem worthwhile. Perhaps the most difficult task for Taylor will be that of recruiting top players to a program which refuses to regard dedication and excellence. I will close by recommending to the Athletic Director and other interested parties that they make it their business to view the competition first hand, in order that they may more accurately judge the relative competitiveness of the university's teams. Larry Bell 6BUS Brotherhood BROTHERHOOD Within the bounds of brotherhood There Is no private sense of good My triumph you may fr!'l!IY share; Your victory banners I will bear; For both of us in glad accord Reflect our being straight from God. I cannot see you less than His, And my true self Love's likeness Is. We are His rays; He is the sun; And two rays give more light than one; Yet all the light and warmth therein Must trace back to their origin. So we as grateful ch .ildren prove The brightness of a Father's love By pure and generous delight In every brother's path of light; Tiii all at last in safety come To happiness of harvest home. Abiodun Awesu JECN Pres., World Affairs Council



6-THEORACLE May24,1974 M r,.--1 P_o_p_e-ye--,-p-re-m-ie-re-s l Ociginal The Southeastern U.S. pre miere of "The Popeye Follies" is scheduled as part of the final week of the Film Art Series Festival of Animation. Screening times are Friday at 8 :45, 10:15 p m and midnight and Saturday at 7 10:30 p m and midnight in the Engineering Auditorium "The Popeye Follies: His Times and Life incorporates all the exciting elements of Max Fleischer's animation with live action footage of the 1930's-the time when Popeye was "born" and thrived. Fleischer first got the idea for his Popeye ser ies from the work of comic strip artist E. D Segar Popeye first appeared on the silver screen in 1933 in a Betty Boop cartoon "Popeye The Sailor. A poll of theatre owners taken in 1934 declared Fleischer's Popeye to be more popular than Mickey Mouse. Fleischer was to animate at least one Popeye a month for the next nine years.' Fleischer is truly the legend behind the legends of animation : he held a total of 26 patents 1 5 of them on animation-related in ventions which are nearly all still in use in the industry. He was the first to use live sets in animation, he produced the first full-length cartoon in 1917 (20 years before Disney). Fleischer was the father of all ani mation In ''Th e Popeye Follies,'' two of Fleischer' s early Technicolor works will be shown as well as "Goon Land," which is con-Popeye .. shows muscle sidered a landmark in animation as is Fleischer's work foc using on Olive Oyl, A Dream Walking ." Also included in the feature are live action segemnts with James Cagney Rita Rio and her or chestra, Cab Calloway and his orchestra, Al Jolson, will Rogers and a Technicolor cartoon by the Warner Brothers cartoonist Bob Clampett entitled Bacall to Arms," which is a parody on the Bogart-Bacall classic "To Have and Have Not. Admission is $1. John Mizelle a s s i s t a nt professor "Mandal a will have Gary SchMizelle and a drone. of Music, will b e p e rformed midt and Miz e lle singing Th e final work, "Radial tonight at 8:30 in a Faculty multiphonic parts. En e rgy I ( cycle two), written in Recital Series con c ert. "Mrdangm, a piece com-1967, will include faculty mem Mizelle's program which of-pos ed in 1972, w ill feature Martha b ers L arry Austin Arthur fers pieces for e lectronic and Buck, L s Macorkindale, Tom Woodbury and Mize lle traditional instrument s and the human v oice will open with (music] "Scherzo for Woodwind Trio performed b y Alan Hopper on bassoon Jame s Ryon on oboe and Noel St e ven s on cla rinet. Two 1973 compositions will be performe d H e lix II" will feature violinist Edward Preodor Honorary will initiate 25 members Lambda Alpha a national honorary society for An thropology students will hold an initiation of the USF campus chapter charter members at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Gates Apartments Twenty five members will be initiated adviser Dr. Michael Angrosino, associate professor of Anthropology, said Weeken d events include theatre, music, movies Campus activities scheduled through Monday include three performances of "In Ru a Theatre laboratory workshop. In Ru, which includes four short theatre dramas, will be presented today at 2 and 8 p.m. and tomorrow at 8 p.m in TAR 130. There is no admission charge but seating is limited. Other events include: Campus Talent Night at the Empty Keg tonight 8:30-10:30 free; Doug Davis, art critic for Newsweek magazine, will elaborate about his work and his finding in his book at 11 a.m. today in FAH 278; Nick Paul, Cinematography graduate student, will show six of his films today at 2 p m in FAH 288; Today is the last day to view an exhibihvn or works by the USF Art Department faculty in the Library Gallery; Graduate Thesis exhibition in the Fine Arts Teaching Gallery, today is the last day; SEAC Animation Festival and Head Theatre movies, see other pages for times arid places; John Mark Culligan Jr., baritone, will perform his graduate recital at 4 :30 p m. Saturday, in the Fine Arts Auditorium, free; Mahatma Guru Charanand will present a program on meditation Sunday at 7:30 p.m in the Business Auditorium and ---------------------, I I I TONIGHT 8:30-10:30 I : -Alicia Olmo Empty Keg I I -Bill Mann I I I FREE 1 1 1 -John. & Greg 1 : FREE -Bruce Shatkun & Friendsl I -------------------Monday at 7 :30 p m in the Engineering Auditorium ; "Earth' s Neighbors" planetarium presentation in PHY 153, 2:30 p.m Sunday, free, call 974-25!lO f0r reservati ons; Lithographs by Mark Stock, 3ART, will be on display in the UC Gallery for the remainder of the quarter; "Last Year at Marienbad," a A cup o f coffee i s th e l eas t we c a n do a t a tim e like th is ... so a n y b o d y whos s tu dy ing .t hemsel ve s sill y i s h e r eby in vi t e d to the i r pa rticipating M c D o n a l ds r estau r a nt f o r a r ic hl y d ese r ved. n o s trings a t tac h e d f r ee coffe e bre ak At these participating McDonald's: 930 E Fowler Ave. corner of Fowler and Nebraska 3411 Busch Blvd. free movie sponsored by the Humanities Club and the Language-Literature Council, will be shown Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Engineering Auditorium. across from Busch Garden's 6906 N. 56th St. across from King High School Offer good May 2 2 to June 5th A l l D ay. 50th STREET AND FLETCllER AVENUE TAMPA, FLORIDA PHONE 985-tW61 CLOSE TO USF AND TEMPLE TERRACE LAUNDRY FACILITIES POOL SMALL PETS WELCOME Fa'1.Jt.CR Al.'c 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT 4 BEDROOM APARTMENT $100 Security Deposit $200/mo. $225/mo. $350/mo. f ---1Y\ c. v. \i) -----


'Hotcakes' Photo furnished THE ORACLE -May 24, 1S74 Pianist, baritone will give recitals Two st11dents will present recitals this weekend. 7 Edward Henn, baritone, will sing his junior recital Saturday at 8:30 p.m. and pianist Diana Pettengill will play her senior recital Sw1day at 3 p.m., both in the Fine Arts Auditorium Henn, who will be assisted by pianist Gary Schmidt and Carmen Newell on flute, will perform a four-part program with selections including "Ahi Troppo e' Duro" by Monteverdi, "Breit Uber mein Haupt" by Strauss and "Simple Song" from Bernstein's "Mass. Henn recently played major roles in "The Telephone" and "Gianni Schicchi," USF's two opera productions Pettengill will play Beethoven's "Sonata in D minor," two Chopin etudes, "Intermezzo in E" and "Capriccio in G minor" by Brahms and "Sonatine" bv Ravel. A local rock band will play today during a Slappy Hour from 3-5 p.m. In the Empty Keg. "Hotcakes" will be featured and Saga will cut the price of small beers to 20 cents. All proceeds will be donated to the USF Tennis Team. Both conce;ts are sponsored by the Department of Music. GRISSETT MUSIC Films tribute 3 animators Authorized Dealer Gib s on, Yamaha Epiphoile Dobros Randall Amplifiers Used Guitars and Amps Lessons-Guitar, 5 String Banjo, Piano 8890 56th St. Temple Terrace 988-1419 The final offering in the Film Art Series Festival of Animation will be the classic films of three highly honored and highly unique animators from around the world. "A Tribute To Three" will include the films of Jiri Trnka from Czechoslovakia, John Hubley from the U S. and Yoji Kuri from Japan, and will be shown Saturday at 8:30 p.m. and Sunday at 9 p.m in the ENA Trnka, who died in 1970, is considered the greatest of all puppet animators. He was honored posthumously at the 1973 International Animation Festival held in Zagreb Two of his works will be shown "Archangel Gabriel And Mother Goose," the last film he completed before his death, is a free adaptation from a story in Boccaccio's, "Decameron" about a philan dering monk who takes ad vantage of a lady's secret love for Archangel Gabriel. Trnka's most famous work "The Hand," a stunning allegory released prior to the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, will also be shown. Hubley considered one of the U.S. top independent animators, who most often collaborated with his wife Faith, will be represented by "Of Men And Demons," the film commissioned by IBM on the merits of computerization. "Eggs," the multi award-winning cartoon .about human ecological problems and the future of planet Earth will also be shown. In addition, the Hubley's two films created to capture the magical world of childhood "Moonbird," one of the most widely praised and beloved animated films ever made, and "Windy Day," its perfect companion, will be screened. Kuri, one of the world's leading surrealistic animators and Japan's top animator, will be represented by "The Room," a film in which the artist brings his subconscious to a room located in dada space. "Au Fou" presents six ways to do yourself in, in Kuri style. In "The Flower," Kuri investigates the fertility of Oceanography class set A Marine Science course, In troductory Oceanography

8 -THE ORACLE May 24, 1974 1Superman 1 flies tonight $67 $90 "Superman" flies tonight in a episodes from the classic filmed in color, will have no month nostalgic return of four 30-mmute television series. This treat. commercials. Photo furnished Clark and Lois make eyes .. TV series is making money Watkins recital Monday Armin Watkins. professor of Music, will play a piano recital Monday night. Assisted by violinist Edward Preodor, professor of Music, violist Jerzy Kosmala, associate professor of Music, and cellist Patricia Germain, lecturer, Watkins will perform selections by four musicians in the threepart program. Two interludes and fugues from "Ludus Tonalis" by Paul Hindesmith will open the recital followed by Ravel's composition from "Mirroirs" "Une Barque Sur L'ocean." Watkins will play three movements from Mozart's "Piano Quartet, K. 493 in E flat" and will close the program with "Carnaval, Op. 9" by Robert Schumann. The recital begins at 8:30 p.m. Armin Watkins in the Fine Arts Auditorium ... plays piano There is no admission charge. ................................................................................................... .., I Back issues of the I USF Yearbook I 1$1.00 available til end of Qtr. i ,. L.0 I 11963 1966 1967 I I 1968 1969 i \ 111 I( I 1971 1972 1973 lf\1 i1! I i I Office of Student Publications LAN 472 I I s:oo-s:oo I ila.-... ................................................................................................. ,1 Not even kryptonite could stop Superman, alias Clark Kent, from showing reruns throughout the '60s, and now a movie has been made from four of the TV series' programs. Kent, the roving reporter for the Metropolis Daily Planet, was the chief crime fighter of the '50s and he, more than anyone else, enforced the message that crime doesn't pay. Kent's heroics are shown in "The Mysterious Cube," "Superman's Wife," "The Tin Hero" and "The Town That Wasn't." The series is filmed in color as it was originally in the '50s. "Superman," released by Warner Brothers, was originally viewed by most people with black and white TV sets. In case you've forgotten, George Reeves plays Superman; Noel Neill is Lois Lane; Jack Larson plays reporter Jimmy Olson and John Hamilton plays Perry White, the editor of the Daily Planet. Superman will play tonight and Saturday at 7: 30 and 10 p.m. and Sunday at 8 p.m. The film is shown in LAN 103 and admission is 75 cents. Anyone under 12 dressed as Superman or Superwoman may attend free. ,... .......................................... l NOW OPEN i / i I Golden Gate I Auto Parts I Offering USF I students I on all parts. I I with USF ID card. I 6804 Fowler Ave. 1 mile east of 56th St. ......................................... ... *FURNISHED APTS. *WALK TO CLASS *SWIMMING POOLS, TENNIS, REC BLDGS. T.V. LOUNGES PRIVACY Reservations now being acceptec;I for next fall.and for this summer. Reduced rates for signing early_. Specific apts. reserved on a 1st come -1st served basis. LAMAKCBA 1 Block from USF on 42nd Phone: 971-0100 All You Care to Eat Smoked Chicken Dinners Guaranteed to be the best dollar you ever spent Sunday 3 p.m. Also HOTCAKES outside on stage in the back yard Mi Back Yard 6902 N. 40th St.


Photo by Robby Feldman Cap cards Louise Burne, 3VBU, selects a card for a graduating senior during a class break. USF seniors will be graduated in ceremonies at Curtis Hixon Hall June 9. THE ORACLE -May 24, 1974 9 Heads show comedy, sex Head Theater is showing two Laurel and Hardy films this weekend; "Saps at Sea" tonight and "Chump at Oxford" Saturday. Both will be shown at midnight in LAN 103. "Boys Beware, a sequel to Girls Beware," a sex education Marquis short offered today "Shinbone Alley" is a cartoon feature based on the Archy and Mehitabel stories by the late Don Marquis, who created the characters for his newspaper column. Screened as part of the current animation festival at USF, the film will be shown Friday at 7 p m. and Sunday at 7:15 p.m. in the Engineering Auditorium Regarded as modern literary classics, the stories are about the adventures of Archy, a poet who discovers in reincarnation that he is a cockroach, and Mehitabel, a swinging alley cat of questionable morals, whom Archy loves and tries to reform. The film features the voices of Eddie Bracken as the philosophical Archy, Carol Channing as the naughty Mehitabel, John Carradine as a seedy theatrical impresario and various others as inhabitants of Garbage Can Row. Admiss ion is $1 and 50 cents for children 12 and under. film which was shown last week, is also playing tonight. "VD, Name Your Contacts," another sex edu cation film, v.:m be shown tomorrow In "Chump at Oxford," Laurel and Hardy foil a gang of bank robbers and as a reward are given the chance to get an education at England's Oxford U,niversity. They portray two clumsy students and become the butt of many jokes. Admission is $1. WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE Must vacate warehouse June 1 No reasonable offer refused WIDE TRACK SPECIAL BLEMISHED F60-14 19.84 G60-14 20.76 860-13 17.92 ALL PRICES PLUS F.E.T. ALL HILLCREST TIRES $1.00 OVER COST STEEL BELT UVS cites top volf.:inteers A70-13 22.50 070-14 24-61 E70-14 25.45 F70-14 25.90 G70-14 27.35 H78-14 27.93 G70-15 29.34 H78-15 28.58 J78-15 29.56 L78-15 31.72 University Volunteer Services ruvs) recognized five volunteers and one voluntary organization for outstanding service in the Tampa community. Nominated by community servi ce age nc y directors, these volunteers were chosen because of their devotion dependability and s pecial service to the agency Awa rds were presented to the student volunteers in their class Thursday. .J.\:\IES HILL, telephone counse l or for the Suicide and Crisis Center, was nominated by Dir e ctor Ann Soboroff. '"Jim spends all Friday and Saturday nights at the center b ecause h e feels it :s so important to provide the best covera ge for o ur clie nts especially on the diffi c ult weekend nights," she s aid Amy Eisler, volunteer at the Ruskin Migrant program, was nominated by Father Finton Muldoon of the Catholic Student Center. Father Muldoon cited Eisley for her creative p l anning in the migrant tutor program. Butch Trumbull of the MSM Ambulances, Inc., was nominated by agency director Ted Dennison bec a u se of his assistance in an airplane crash for which he coordinat e d rescue operations PETER LANDERS, a volunteer at University Park Convalescent Center, was nominated by Ruth Neblett, volunteer director at the agency. Landers was cited for his concern and kindness to the pat i ents Willie Alexander is a vo lunteer at the Jesuit Free Employment Agency of the Tampa Urban ENCOUNTER WITH THE UNKNOWN League (Jefatul). He was nominated by Rev. A. Parks, who said Alexander had performed many duties at the agency, including job developer and counselor. All the volunteers of Helpline, a 24-hour telephone counseling service on campus, were nominated by agency director Linda Blackman. "All of the operators have gone through rigorous screening and training," she said. Nine hours is the minimum amount of volunteer hours per week. Many do more than that." Other tires specially priced too numerous to list King Tire Warehouse 5411 E. Henry Ph. 621-4550 USTOM MATCHED HIGH PERFORMANCE SYSTEMS SYSTEM 1 .;. -.JVC VA 5525 Connoisseur BD/2 Milgnacoustic Loudspeaker The Complete $730 Stereo System The JVC-VR-5525 JVCVR-5525. A product of JVC (Victor Compuny o f J ap an). The JVC-VR-5525 is ideal for those who don' r r equire tremendous power, but who w ant something more than just good music The JVC-VR-5525 undoubtedly .Jdds up to one of the best wunding receive rs in its price range. The M;ignacoustic Loudspeaker Til e Mag n ac:o u s l i c L ouds pe ake r has a 10-inc h woofer, with a n e xceptionally h e a vy m

10 -THE ORACLE sports JC players help recruiting May 24, 1974 BY PAM JONES Oracle Sports Writer According to USF assistant basketball coach Phil Collins, this year's recruiting is much better than in previous years. Oracle photo by Bill Cullerton Mike Kranik's efforts at the plate were in vain as Iota l lost to Eta 1 yesterday, 15-6. --lntramurals Eta 1 takes softball crown Eta 1 avenged its Qtr. 1 loss in the Andros League football championship game, defeating Iota I., 15-6, to take the softball crown yesterday. Jumping out to an early lead, Eta 1 steadily built up its margin with a strong hitting per formance, including Chris Gargano's home run. Tau Epsilon Phi also clinched its league title, staving off Phi Delta Theta's six-run rally in the seventh inning to win 10-8 in a Green League contest. But Again will have to wait until next week for its chance at the Central League cham pionship The squad is tied with Student Accounting Office after beating Underrated 7-4 on a three-run triple by George Orras. TODD COLUMBIA PICTURES presents JACK NICHOLSON In THE JA4ft' J)E'li\IL AN ACROBAT FILM A B P Associitu Future [!!] COLUMBIA PICTURES Presenb C. SCOTT ST.ACY KEACH in A CHARTOFF-IR'MN W!NKL.ffi PRCOUCTION TBENEW CENTUIUONS PANAVISION' ii!] PRE-OWNED SPECIALS 64 VOLKSWAGEN Camper, Clean. 70 VOLKSWAGEN Mini-Ralls, Extra sharp Fully Equipped. s1990 '69 VOLKSWAGEN PopT?f?, White $2390 Finish. '71 VOLKSWAGEN 2211 7cPass. Bus. Red & White, X-tra Clean. $269Q '73 PONTIAC Ventura Full Power, Air Cond. Sharp! '72 PINTO 7,000 Miles. '73 GREMLIN, ic; Air Cond. Low Mileage. Runabout s1990 Automot' 68 OPEL RALLYE Yellow Finish. $890 Excellent Cand. '67 1131 VOLKS WAGEN Sedan. $990 X-tra Clean '73 TOY OT A Corona 4-DR. Wagon. Automatic, Air Cond. '68 1131 Finish, Car. VOLKSWAGEN Sedan. White Nice $1190 PLUS 100 OTHER VW'S, IMPORTS.& DOMESTICS "The quality of the players coming in for next year is high," Collins commented. "All the players we've signed so far are junior college players, so they should be better than high school players. We're looking for players who can

THE ORACLE -May 24, 1974 ll I Saga to give funds to netters BY DAVE MOORMANN Oracle Sports Editor Saga Food Service added its name to the list of tennis con tributors yesterday as prospects for the team going to the NCAA National Tournament continued to improve. Allen Jotkoff, SG s.tudent finance secretary designate, said Saga has agreed to donate all proceeds from today's Slappy Hour to the SG campaign fund. SLAPPY HOUR, IN the Empty Keg from 3 -5 p.m., features reduced beer prices and local musical talent. "This is really great," Jotkoff r sports The First Annual Hillsborough River Canoe Race is set for tomorrow at the USF Riverfront. The event is open to the public. Anyone with a canoe and the $3 entry fee is eligible for com petition. Registration is from 8-10 a.m., with sprint races for pleasure canoes slated for 11 a.m. Distance races for pleasure and racing canoes begin at 2 p.m. Trophies will be awarded to first place winners in the sprints and the top three finishers in the distance races Those interested in par ticipating may contact John W Floyd, sponsor of the meet, a1 835-6042. Ed Fisher .. Saga to donate said the the community's interest in the tennis squad. "This is the shorts Two USF-dominated aggregates are on the road today WFLA-TV's soccer team and the Brahman golf squad. Florida Amateur Cup cham pion WFLA-TV, largely com posed of USF varsity soccer players, faces the Miami Toros' reserves in an exhibition match tonight at 6 : 15 in the Orange Bowl in Miami And five of USF's golfers are participating in the Tournament of Champions at Key Biscayne. Brahmans Pat Lindsey, Tom Bracke, Glen Slawak, Ian Davidson and Alan Fadel are entered in the 10-t eam tourney hosted by the University of Miami DON'T LET THE GASOLINE SHORTAGE DRIVE YOU TO A CRISIS Of SMALLER ft, di!. PROPORTIONS. T /1 There'saneasierwaytolightthegasshortage '1't --1-... y than sticking yourself in a small car. \ "'t Stretch out in a Volvo \J The Volvo 144 .has almost as much front legroom 1 )1 asaCad11lacdeV1lie.Andasmuchrcarlegroom as an Old s mobile Toronado. Y e t it can get about 70% better gas mileage than most popular big cars And you can relax in the knowledge that a Volvo comes with four-wheel power-assisted disc Plus a solid one piece body held together by thousands of spot welds. Come in. Try out our Volvo 144. It' s a good way to drive a big / car without adding fuel to the ".'i'<;energy cri sis. u S fl'"' ''" 74 """kl Come geeffie FERRARI MASERATI The Westcoast of Florida's ONLY Factory Authorized Ferrari & Maserati Dealer AUTHORIZED SALES SERVICE PARTS HOURS Sain Mon.-Frl. 9-9 Sat. 9-6 Service -Mon.-Fri. 8-S Parts -Mon.-Fri. 8-5 Sat. 9.5 OVERSEAS DELIVERY 933-6594 first time everyone's gotten together on something Since announcing its drive Monday, SG has collected $2,100 of its $2,500 goal, including a $300 check yesterday. ED FISHER, DIRECTOR of Saga Food Service, said the decision to donate Slappy Hour money was "a pretty spon taneous thing. "Allen called us two days ago and asked us if it was feasible," Fisher said, "and I determined it was. I'd like to see the team go to the NCAA finals." Fisher said Slappy Hour usually grosses $100 $110, and Jotkoff estimated average at tendance to be 400-500 people COACH SPAFF TAYLOR continued to make arrangements for the team's possible trip to the June 17 22 meet in Los Angeles yesterday, and said he will send the entry blank and the $80 en trance fee to host University of Southern California today. "I got their okay," Taylor said of USF administrators who agreed to sign the form "and I'll send it the first thing tomorrow (today) Because of lack of time, Taylor said he is not sure if a playoff will be held to determine who should accompany Oscar Olea, Kevin Hecberg and Carlos Alvarado to the tourney. "I'm going to find out if the entry form (which must include the team roster) has to be will join Florida State, Florida and Miami, who have already entered, Taylor said. Rollins College, early season 5-4 victor over USF, is headed for the Division 2 meet. Fraternity -House Barbershop (Sebring Certified) (Unisex Shop) SHAGS STYLING LA YER CUTS RAZOR CUTS PH 971-3633 Appointments Available Hours daily 9-6 thurs. & fri. 9-7 13520 UNIVERSITY PLAZA Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl QC Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl QICI Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl Musical Mack is back every 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


12-THE ORACLE May 24, 1974 Med Science doctorate to get study from panel Exciting in-stqre DEMONSTRATION of SIMMON-OMEGA COLOR PRINTING BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Managing Editor The State University System (SUS) has hired a team of ex perts to evaluate the potential of a PhD in Medical Sciences at USF, an SUS official said yesterday. Dr. Kenneth Penrod, SUS Vice Chancellor for Medical and Health Science, said the panel will begin work next month and probably will submit a recom mendation during July. "THE. IR FINDINGS will have a very significant impact," Penrod said. "They will be bringing in a viewpoint that is in no way affected by local consideration." SUS officials have allowed planning of the Medical Science program despite the current moratorium on new doctorate John.Briggs ... wants fall start Subcommittee asks better grad records A Graduate Council subcommittee examining university policies on informal and non-structured graduate courses will recommend "better records and better communication" in the handling of these courses, subcommittee Chairman Joseph Bentley said yesterday. Bentley said the subcommittee, in its report June 6, will recommend a university policy requiring a written contract; signed by.the student and his instructor and approved by the department chairman; be filed before a student may receive credit in such courses. THE CONTRACT, which some deparments now require, would note the number and nature of exams to be taken, the amount of reading to be done, the number of credit hours received and other information, Bentley said. "If we do it this way in the future, no one will be able to accuse anybody of padding," he said. The departments will "be able to report instantly to anyone what any student is doing and has done in these courses." The subcommittee will also recommend revision of the policy requiring that teaching and research assistants who work one-third or more time take a full course load, Bentley said. THIS REQUIREMENT, intended to motivate students to complete their course work, "gets students in a bind" when they have com pleted their course work and are here to work on their theses, he said. Instead, a policy limiting the number of quarters a student may be a teaching or research assistant will be recommended, Bentley said. Mackey sets talk USF Pres. Cecil Mackey will give his annual Spring Address 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Theater Arts AuditQrium Following the talk, Mackey will be present at a reception in the UC ballroom and former faculty senators. All students, faculty and staff are welcome at the talk and reception and may ask questions of Mackey after his speech. SALE 100o/o OFF Just imagine--100 per cent off-where else but at Whittleton's Electrology clinic? All work is done by the only master electrologists in the state. No "two-weekers"

THE ORACLE -May 24, 1974 13 Howell: SG lacks understanding Vice President for Studen t Affairs Joe Howell yesterday said an SG Senate resolution opposing the State University System

14-THE ORACLE May 24, 1974 Stewart offers support to state Wetlands Bill : Needing Information : i Having Hassles? give us a call! i HELPLINE 97 4-2555 i BY JEFF STRANGE Oracle Entertainment Editor would environmentally ruin the site and would definitely degrade the body of water : 6 p.m. -6 a.m. weekdays 24 hrs. weekends : ; All Calls Confidential : Roger Stewart Wednesday night spoke of the need for immediate attention concerning the Wet Land legislation in Tallahassee and the proposed mainte!lance dredging of Crystal Beach in Pinellas County in his second public appearance at USF within a week. "Degradation of water quality is against Federal laws but Pinellas County has no ordinance. The proposal," Stewart said, "is obviously ridiculous, but it is a small area and no one will fight it except the citizens of Crystal Beach, who won't be enough." ------------------------------, Now Open Stewart, recently fired as Environmental Protection Commission director for Hillsborough County, spoke to the Tampa Bay Sierra Club after speaking to the USF Geology Club last week. STEWART defined water pollution as the disruption, destruction, alteration or change of a natural feature of a body of water and included it in the Environmental Protection Act. Granny's Pizza Try our delicious pizz_ a THE WET LANDS Bill in Tallahassee is tied up in the Natural. Resources Committee (Senate) and needs support, Stewart said Stewart has advocated independence for the Hillsborough Environmental Protection Com mission which fired him from the County govern ment. They are both separate identities and should be treated as such, he said The Crystal dredging calls for a spoiled disposal site, he said, adding the disposal site is not going to accomplish much. Stewart said it (the dredging) 50% off any pizza with this ad Honors banquet Monday l890's atmosphere ragtime music The President's Honors Banquet will be held Monday night at 6 :30 in the UC Ballroom Joe Busta, executive assistant to Pres. Cecil Mackey said This will be the third annual banquet, he said. New members of all University honor societies-Themis, Mortar Board, Omicron Delta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi-will be present, Busta said. Special awards for students who have been selected for Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities will be given, he said .Research group inducts first USFmembers BY RUSSELL MANLEY Oracle Staff Writer There was no disagreement about the value of research and publishing as important pursuits for educators last night at the third annual Awards and Initiation Banquet of the Club of Sigma Xi. Sigma Xi, a national scientific research honor society. last night admitted its first 3a associate members from USF's club, which is one step away from full chapter status. "After two weeks of defending research here and around the state, it is a pleasure to be with a group of people who appreciate its value," said USF Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs, who awards to five graduate students and one faculty member for outstanding scientific research. 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May take late af. ternoon or evening classes Lots of free time. Contact Linda Green after 3 p m 884 7937: SUMMER JOBS-temporary jobs for weeks or months. All types of office jobs. Reg ister now for best choice of sum1Wer jobs (or to work now). No fee ever. We pay you Cash bonuses too! Olsten Temporary Services. 251-1853, 1902 W Kennedy Blvd. MALE AN o female riding counselors needed at summer camp. Teach English or Western r : ding. JC111 Ranch Camp, Brooksville, F l a For info local no 971-6525 (Mon.-Thurs.). Ask for Ellen. INSTANT BREAD! lnstantworkandpayon the days that suit you. We need laborers and warehouse workers. Days and evenings. Just stop by our office at 6:30 a.m. on the day you need to work. HANDY ANDY, 1733 w Kennedy. TALENT in advertising, lay?ut, 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 al 985-2886. GOVERNESS-LIGHT HOUSEKEEPER Tuesday thru Thursday, 2-6 p m., two children 11 & 12, references, Iran sportation 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 Or. c. E. Nelson; SOC 06 or SOC 322. You may call 2491 or 2497, leave message. $2.85 PER HOUR, about 20 hrs per week. Hours adjusted to your schedule. Must be freshman or sophomore with neat hair cut. Shipping & receiving office supplies, keep records, elc. Call Mr. Griffis 872-91C2. Central Truck Lines. 3825 Henderoon Blvd. An Equal Opportunity Employer. WANTED: Person to be children's com panion, ages 13, 11, 7 during summer qtr. in St. Pete. Must be a little crazy to apply. Salary open Call 977-1926 Tpa, 525-0989 SI Pete Ask for Suzanne. DO YOU like girls? Summer employment evenings-interviewing single working women. Marketing & Sales positions available. Earnings from $430 lo $1,600 per month-Call 685-4829 or 689-6374 weekdays 9 :00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS I 1967 TRIUMPH Motorcycle, 500 cc Ex tended front sold new for $1,200.00. Needs work WILL SACRIFICE for ONLY $200.00. MUST SELL BEFORE MAY 30. CALL 932-6863 Now! Quality breeding only. Try ii, you'll like it. TYPING, Fast, Neat, Accurate, Exp. Turabian I BM Corrective Selectric. carbon ribbon. Pica or Elite. All types of work. Close to USF. 988-0836 Lucy Wllsoh. FAST typing service. 48 hr. service in most instances. 2 min. from USF. Between 8 :30 and 5 :00 call 879 ext. 238. After 6 :00 call 988-3435. Ask for Liz. SPECIALIZED TYPIST 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 specialty. Reasonably priced with "quick" r eturn. 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 Florida in the last 21;, years. For infor call (305) 854-7466. LSAT PREPARATION COURSE near USF. Half of our students scored over 600. 70 pt. improvement or your money back. 20 hrs., $70; course repeatable free. Attend firs! class free, no obligation. For info call (305) 854-7466. EXPERT TYPIST SPECIALIZING IN TURABIAN Term papers, Theses Dissertations & Reports. QUICK SERVICE-4 minutes from campus. Call Janie Odom, 988-2161. APTS. & HOUSES. TO SHARE t 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. 11;, mile east on Fowler. 2 pools 2 tennis. courts, AC carpet, 2 baths, dishwasher. Call for meeting 985-1112, 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, pr!., furn., pool, tennis, AC $82.00 per mo. for summer or year. Summit W. Apts. Contact John 988-9395. SUMMER employee at Disney World needs person (s) who will als o be working at Disney World to share a 2 bedroom, 2 bath apt. in Kissimmee. Contact David M edansky, Theta 221. 974-6348. GREEN OAK Villa Apts.-1 &2 Bedroom furnished & unfurnishe d apartments, diswas her, garbage disposal, fully car p e ted, pool laundry: Varied L eases. N ea r USF a t 42nd St. & Skipper Road-Call 971 4408 or 971-1414. Delcraft ts & l7 Ft. Aluminum NOW RENTING: Canoes & Backpacks EASY WJ\ILS INC. "QUALnY" CAMPING EQUIPMENT 8711 N. 40th St. 988-0045 Thur., Fri., 9-9 Mon., Tues., Wed., & Sat., 9-6 OUTFITTERS FOR CAMPING, BACKPACKING, CANOEING {The largest selection of Freeze Dry Food in ihe area) $. VW '69 Good cond. One owner-f'adio, heater, great deal. Call 9712561 alter 6 p.m. MUST SELL '70 vw. AC, radio, new tires, Exe. cond Call 988-3261 alter 4 p m 1969 VW WAGON Automatic. Good con dition, radio. $900.00 or bes! offer. Call 977-1061. PEUGEOT, 4-door sedan, 1970, good con dition, 4 cylinders. Great gas mileage. Call owner 971-5024. 70 vw SQUAREBACK, clean, 44,000 miles, radial tires, Sl,350. 935-1357 alter 6 p m 1968 VW BUG with air under 45,000 miles. Excellent condition. One owner driver. Some extras asking $900.00 will accept best offer. Phone 251-4034 alter 8 p.m. 1965 MGB FOR sale by original owner. In excellent mechanical condition. New batteries and is inspected through April 1975. Needs paint. S700 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 LOST & FOUND J LOST : Prescription glasses, aviator style frames in a black case Reward 977-0849. LOST: Large black collie tag no 48127. Call 985-3862. r FOR SALE l BRAND NEW 10 speed bikes from Italy and France. As.embled. Retail price $140. Price to you $90. Buy NOW for summer quarter. Call 949-6518. GOING abroad. Must sell-New four.piece luggage set-single bed and mattressplaypen and other infant accessories-All reasonably priced for Quick Sell -Call 977-0635 '72 VW SUPER Beetle. Low mileage, excellent cond Some extras. Under original warranty. 971-3022. 19fl SU ZUK I 350-Mint cond. $625. Also, 24 fl. trailer-Interior completely redecorated. Perfect, inexpensive-no using for Univ. Students. S750. Call 977-1079 or 238-36443710 Skipper Rd. WOODED LOT for mobile home, 5 min. from USF, S50 monthly, includes water, sewer. Quiet beautiful, boat ramp, fishing. Cali Bob 988. OWNER selling 12 x 60 Detroiter. 2 large bdroom central air & heat, anchored, skirted. Unique. Adult section, pool & recreation area. S6SO down & assume payments. Financing available. 971-8808. 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. GO WHERE THE CROWDS DON' T KNOW! Year round OVERLAND camping sa .farls. Europe, Russia, England, Africa, Scan. dinavia, or where ever. Discover more or. your own-without hitching; Eal bctter bul cheaper; Go further-be safer; and DO MORE than you could ever do by yourself. Trail Blazers: TOLL FREE 80P223-5586. FLY TO Jamaica 4 7th July direct, Fly National Airways-Special Charter Package deals. These and many fantastic ?rips are available for groups 4-44 persons. Freeport, Nassau, Haiti, San Juan, Antigua, "Mile High Afaire, Inc. provides direct air transportation, accomodatiors at the lowest possible cost. Contact Rob Mette 525-8741, St Petersburg. MHA is a r egistered non-profit Travel Club. I TV, RADIO, STEREO DON T pay the high mail order prices. Thieve's Warehouse of Tampa. 1531 s Dale Mabry. 254-7561. 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 $3,000 console $100 or best offer. Call Cliff at 932-8856. PANASONIC FM-AM, 4 channel stereo receiver with 4 speakers $150. Call 985-3862. Summer Qtr. only, No lease 5175 per Call Bonnie 971. SU('llMER AT LA MANCHA DOS. Study & relax at La Mancha Dos this summer. Monthly rates of S72-S80. Reservations now being accepted; new apartments and poolside apartments available. One block from campus or. 42nd Street PH 971-0100. 71;, MINUTES FROM USF New 2 bdr w-w carpet central heat and air, drapes, furn. 5180-unfurn 5155. Phone 9886393. DUPLEXES for rent. One mile off campus. 2 br., furn., AC-5155 a month. Call 971 after 5 p m :OLONIAL GARDENS Students welcome-6 mo. lease. 2 bdrm., 1 bath, luxury apts. Swimming pool laundry, and rec. room. 2002 E 131st Ave. ph 971-4977. FOR RENT-32 foot furnished trailer. On lake, 12 miles from USF. S65 per month. Water and garbage furnished. One person no pets Call 6892646 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 S67 per month, come to La Mancha Dos Apts. no 102. Ask for William. 2 BR, Unfurnished apt. Central H-A w.w carpet S160. 986-3456. ( REAL ESTATE ) INCOME properly or must sell l rental units close to USF. $6,000 equ;ty and assume large return. Call Bob Jones-off 932-6123, home 971 ANN DEL VALLE REALTY, INC. BRIARWOOD, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, family room, garage, central air and heat. 1923 115th Ave. Phone owner ( PERSONAL l ME N S Consciousness group for men to explore their changing roles & other concerns special to men in a setting designed to facilitate openness & trust. Offered for 5 wks, June 19-July 17, at 1-3 p.m. Call Bob Haywood 988-1185. Village Prescription Center The only pharmacy in town with student, staff & faculty discount on 10938 N. 56th St. RX's Phone 988-3896 LOOKING FOR SUMMER WORK? WE HAVE JOBS FOR EVERYONE! CALL US --WE NEED TOP TYP1s1s DOCK WORKERS STENOS e KEYPUNCH. OPERATORS LABORERS e TRANSCRIBERS REGISTER NOW AT 416 W. KENNEDY, TAMPA & BUSCH BLVD. at 20th ST. PHONE


16-THE ORACLE May 24, 1974 3,700 support marine mammals BY STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writer Over 3 ,700 signatures have been collected on petit i ons circulated on campus protesting a bill currently before the state legislature which would legalize the killing of marine mammals interfering with catches of large commercial fisheries Nick Fray, a petiton organizer, said. Another 1,500 signatures were obtained Saturday at Floriland Mall, Fray said, and he expects, "all in all to have 4,500-5,000 signatures by the end of Friday." THERE IS ALSO legislative action pending in Washington D C that would allow permits to be sold _for $5 which would legalize the killings, he said. These permits are in operation Fray said, but their use is not yet legal. Fray said the drive to prevent legalization of the permits h a s met with "quite a bit of r es ponse," on campus and in th e Tampa area. Approximately 98 per cent of those asked to sign a petition did, he said. "We' ve done all we could," Fray said, and if th e legislators act in favor of the commercial fishing industries, the people to blame are those "who didn't have the time (to sign a petition l or those who just smiled and walked away," he said. ANOTHER organizer of the drive, Frank Reeves, said, "Everybody is concerned about this The government is not going to get away with it this time because he said, there's "to much public opposition." The drive to get signatures is an attempt to "stop it legally it will still remain illegal, Reeves said. This is "a small scale petition to show that people do care," Reeves said. The petitions will be mailed t o U.S. Sen Lawton Chiles and hopefully he'll "use h i s authority," Reeves said to prevent it. WFLA-TV moderator George Micheile yesterday made an on-the-air appeal requesting viewers write him letters to express genuine concern" for the fate of the marine mammals. Anyone who is "genuinely serious about doing something to protect the porpoise" should send him a letter, which Michelle said will be "bundled up to Wash i ngton by way of CRep.) Sam Gibbons Interested persons may to George Michelle, 905 East Jackson Street, WFLA-TV, Tampa, Florida 33601, or sign a petition at a table in the UC tomorrow No school Monday If, when you do participate, does it result in "clutching/' "Freezing" or generally poorer performance? If your answer is YES, then this program may benefit you! USF students have a three-day weekend coming; no classes will be held Monday, May 17, in honor of Memor\al Day. Classes will resume Tuesday until the last day of Qtr. 3 classes, June 5. WE NOW HAVE A ---. Q ...... J ... Soui hcrr, 1 & Nev.'S inc. l j 1515 /."ari:: 42 : ? l: "ilm r y l Phc o &A.V'.qu : rl. ( 5,, vice fj Arr.ale fo ee P<:1r1<1n9 ) MW& PtF HWZfC/iifL _J l --. -:= j SHIPMENT OF AGFA AND LU MINOS PAPER The office of Veterans Affairs in conjunction with the Counseling Center for Human Development and Studen t Affairs, is offering a new program. This program is designed to help students who experience detrimental anxiety when in-class participation or speech presentation is required. Are you a student whose anxiety over in-class participation or speech presentation, is keeping you away from these activities? If you are interested in participating in this program, please call Hector Gonzalez or Paul Wuori at the Counseling Center for Human Development in the Andros Classroom Building at 974-2832 or 974-2866.


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