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The Oracle
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The Oracle (Tampa, Fla)
Wickstrom, Valerie ( Editor )
Wright, Sandra ( Managing editor )
Wallace, Tom ( Advertising manager )
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University of South Florida
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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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BOR unveils FAMU action Board of Regents members, including (l to r) Robert Mautz and Marshall Criser, met yesterday at Tampa's Host Hotel to discuss plans for the desegregation of Florida A & M University "and State University System expansion action concerning W. George Allen (r) spoke before the board on behalf of the Florida A & M alumni. Oracle photos by Bill Cullerfon Regents 01< race mix plan BY RUSSELL MANLEY Oracle Shff Writer A million-dollar supplemental plan to desegregate the State University System

2-THE ORACLE May 28, 1974 Kissinger-Assad talks fail Tampa, n,::-1 1 Family Style Dinnt'n I Take Out Ordcn TEL AVIV Sec. of State Henry Kissinger failed yesterday in final talks with Syrian Pres. Hafez Assad to complete agreement on a military disengagement between Israel and S yria but said his mission s till could succeed today Compiled from the news wires of United Press International "We will not know until tomorrow what the final outcom e is, a tired and grave Kissing e r said after 161 '2 hours of talks with Assad Sunday night and yest erday in Damascus. Kissinger scheduled im-mediate m e etings to report to Prime Minister Golda Meir and the Israel negotiating team and said he would send Under Sec of S tate Jos eph J Sisco back to D amas cus today for the final ans wer. SLA hunt pressed LOS ANGELES Polic e and th e FBI pressed an unrelenting search yesterday for Patric ia H earst and two fellow m embers of the Symbionese Lib e ration Army. There was a possibility th e trio m a y have tried to mingle in h eavy Memorial Da y traffic and flee u n noticed from this a r e a whe r e th ey were last known to h a v e be e n see n a w ee k a go Friday. Nixon urges backing KEY BISCAYNE P res. Nixon urged Congres s and the nation yesterday to support continued Ame ri can military pre-eminenc e and to r esist isolationism b e c a us e "a real chance exist s for lasting peace" for the first tim e this century. In a Memorial Day radio speech from his Fl o rid a retreat, the President n e v e r m e ntioned his plans for summi t talks w ith Soviet lead e r s l a t e n e xt month Teacher gives 'info' ANNAPOLIS, Md. An instructor at th e U. S. Naval Academy "may have provided midshipmen with information for Education funding causes dispute on budget panel TALLAHASSEE House and Senate budget conferees ran afoul on funding for education and the Dept. of Human Resources yesterday, but hoped to settle the rest of the proposed $4. 5 billion budget to keep alive a chance of adjournment Friday as scheduled The conferees are at odds over how much money should go to junior colleges and the State University System and whether the Dept. of Pollution Control Internal Improvement Fund and Pollution Fighting Agencies in the Dept. of Health and Rehabilitative Services should be moved to Natural Resources PSC told of error TALLAHASSEE The Public S e rvice Commission

-Photo by Marsha Spair. No bananas Roadside vegetable vendors are popular in the USF area and Harry Wilson offers fresh fruit and vegetables to people who stop at his truck. Wilson said he has en countered many shortages, but so far vegetables have not been affected. 1Who's Who' honors 36 USF students BY STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writer Thirty-six USF students were honored at last night's President's Honor Banquet and named in the "Who's Who in American Colleges ll:nd Universities." The Honors Banquet is an annual event hosted by USF Pres. Cecil Mackey, to reward USF honors students. Members of USF s honor societies also were invited. THOSE NAMED TO th e Who's Who in American Colleges and Univers ities" were: Peggy Apgar, David Bortn ess John Bragman, Jacki e Brown, Tony Carvalho, Robert Clark, Wilson Craft, Daniel L. Crile, Martha Van Deman, Debbie Isaac Louise Friderici, Jack James Kerry Kennedy and Witold Kosmala Also named were: Urban (Hank) Layton III James Lewis, Tom L ewis, Larry Mccants, N ancy McMillan, Farideh Mehran, Richard Merrick, Fred Miller George Orras, Cathy Rohrbach er, l'.'aul Schneider Michael Short Keith Scully Jan Shoemaker, E lea nor Sommer, Gwendolyn Tim Cindy Watson .Cathy Welch, Wayne Wechsler Andy Weston, Janice Wloch and Valerie Wickstrom. Also honore d at the banquet were m e mbers of Omicro n Delta Kapp a

4 -THE ORACLE Gibson's media handling unprofessional May 28, 1974 An information offic e can benefit any university if th e office i s run profession ally and if staff m embers cooperate with the office in releasing t im e d news to the press. However, head basketball Coach Bill Gibson s recent actions and comments indicate the. Universit y Administration either needs to redefine the role of USF's Office of Information Servic e s on this campus or crack down on some staff members. Yesterday, Gibson, who has been at USF for three months, told the Oracle he is the main individual authorized to release information ; that he is the horse s head" in the sports areas. FOR THREE YEARS the Oracle has been under the impression that John Rennecker, Sports Information Director, was head of the horse in sports. if so, Gibson needs the lines of communic ation explained t o him. If n o t someon e n ee d s to redef ine H.en n ecker's pos ition and title, to mavbe something like Inform a tion o f all Sports Exc e pt USF s Only Major Collegi a te Sport." Seriously, the Oracle believes coordination of timed news needs to b e handled by professionals and no t by coaches, actors or directors-an opinion reflected by the University's Information structure which shows Rennecker in sports and Ann Jennings in Fine Arts reporting to Jim Bruss, director of University Information Services. BRllSS, II\ TURI\, reports to Director of University Relations Jim Vickrey. Perhaps Vickrey needs to go visit the stables and show the ho rse's head where it fits onto the whole body. Gib son mu s t so

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6 -THE ORACLE Journalists host talk by TV critic Edith Efron, controversial television news critic, will speak at the annual "Celebrity Brunch-sponsored by the Florida West Coast Chapter of Wom e n in Communications, Inc. (WICil Saturday. The brunch will also feature music b_y Marilyn Marzuki, principal harpist with the Florida Gulf Coast Symphony and interim assistant professor of Music at USF. Efron, author of The News Twisters and How CBS Tried To Kill A Book, will speak on political bias in the news media. The brunch will begin at 10 a.m. at the Admiral Benbow Inn on Westshore Boulevard with a coffee hour and music by Marzuki. Photo by Robby Tickets are $5 for students and $7.50 for others. They may be purchased at US F from Judith Costello, 974-2217. WICI presents a prominent speaker each year to raise money for area scholarships. The WICI Athena awards will also be presented at the brunch to women in the West Coast area whose professional or volunteer work "enriches those around tnem." Study time Bonnie Balcom, 3DAN, takes advantage of a UC study room while she prepares for finals scheduled June 3-5. Commencement is June 9 at Curtis Hixon Hall and summer quarter will begin June 17. Efron, a graduate of the Columbia School of Journalism, has had 30 years of professional experience as a staff member on The New York Times, Time-Life, Look, TV Guide and as a media critic for TV Guide and Public Broadcasting Radio. She is a contributing editor of TV Guide. Students to produce science fiction play Ih The News Twisters, Efron charged the three major television networks with biased coverage of the 1968 presidential election campaigns. "Time and. a half," a space play. for a new age, will have its premiere performance Wednesday at 2 p m. The science fiction student production, written and directed by Mike Leighton, will be performed during free hour through Friday. She discussed CBS network' s attempt to discredit her findings in How CBS Tried to Kill A Book and is now working on a third book to be titled Cultures In Collision: Battle For The Air Waves. Leighton's cast includes Theatre students Rosemary Orlando, Don Sargent, Mike Billeris. John Edwards and Jeff Norton. No admission will be charged; the play will be performed in TAR 120. lnlroclucing .Rainlree A new concept in living from the creators of Carrollwood ... a totally new type of condominium, that doesn't look like a condominium ... rather, a large, conventional home. Raintree combines the privacy and tax-saving advantages of home ownership with the leisure-Jife maintenance-free advantages of apartment living. There's a 'bonus plan' at Rain tree ... choose from seven different floor plan:s. including a 'bonus. Finish your upstairs room yourself. and save, or, have us complete it for you i n any of three other designs. Each Rain tree home enjoys a private entrance .. garage ... and patio. Each is filled with luxury and convenience features. There's tennis and recreation galore ... a big 15-acre lake. 'Jogging and bicycle trails. Four tennis courts, billiards. A clubhouse. Two swimming pools, and more. See Raintree today ... Four furnished models open daily. lOAM to 6PM; Sunday 12 PM to 6 PM. A new concept in living is being built here. Be part o f ii. 1, 2 and 3 bedroom fro m $ 26. 900, F o wler Ave 1ust east o f 56th S t :eet Phone 813 9 8 8-5 '.21 Four Furnished Models Open Village Prescription Center The only pharmacy in town with student, staff & faculty discount on 10938 N. 56th St. RX's Phone 988-3896 ................................................ 5 Needing Information i i Having Hassles? give us a 5 i HELPLINE 97 4-2555 i ; 6p.m. 6 a.m. weekdays 24 hrs. weekends : g : All Calls Confidential : & .................... 4 ...................................................................................... 1') ... _-: ............... t .. .t ............. t ............ t. ........................... t ............. .................... .......................... USF DANCE DEPARTMENT w DANCE CONCERT w w w w W M M : : w Act II -with USF Orchestra ; ; u : : 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. ..... !..I .. .. ?.: .. .. .. ?.: .. .. .. ?.: .. .. .. ?.: .. MACH SIXTY POLYESTER FIBERGLASS 19.95 860-13 OTHER SIZES COMPARATIVELY PRICED LIMITED QUANTITIES NEW TREADS 7.95 NO TRADE ALL TIRES SPECIALLY PRICED FOR 1,HIS SALE ALL PRICES PLUS F.E.T. KLNG TIRE MON-FRI 8-6 5411 E. HENRY SAT 9-2


THE ORACLE -May 28, 1974 7 Grads perform voice concert The first part of a major graduate recital by two vocalists will be presented tonight. Gwynett Cooper, soprano, and Diane Marshall, mezzo-soprano said tonight's Part One recital will include five sections with compositions ranging from 17th to 20th century works. Cooper and Marshall will be assisted by pianist Melissa Muntyan on "Four Duets, Opus Debussy solo featured 38" by Antonin Dvorak and Muntyan will accompany Cooper on "Four Songs" from the "Morike Lieder" by Hugo Wolf. PIANIST AVERILL Summer will assist the vocalists in their third section which will consist of three numbers: 'Sancta mater, istud agas" from the "Stabat" by Giovanni Pergolesi; "Laudamas te". from the "Gloria" by Antonio Vivaldi and "Et in unum Deum" from the "Mass in B" by Bach Pianist Gloryann Warner will assist Marshall in "A Charm of Lullabies, Opus 41" by Benjamin Britten. The two will conclude their program with numbers by Mozart and Rossini: Cooper is Susanna and Marshall will sing Cherubino in "Unlock the Door and Hurry" from "The Marriage of Figaro, Act II, by Mozart; Cooper will sing Fiordiligi and Clarinetist plays recital Student clarinetist Brian Moorhead will give his senior recital Wednesday at 8 : 30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium. The senior music major is currently principal second clarinetist with the Florida Gulf Coast' Symphony and will begin graduate studies at USF next year. Moorhead will perform a transcribed version of "Sonata 1 in G minor for solo violin" by Bach and will be assisted by Santayana discussion set by UT philosophy prof Santayana's works and life will be discussed Wednesday in a public forum presented by Dr. Herman Saatkamp, professor of Philosophy at University of Tampa. Saatkamp will present his talk "Santayana: Philosopher or Poet?" at 2 p.m. in LAN 126. His address is sponsored by the Philosophy Club. Steven Crist on "Sonata for Clarinet and Piano" by Bern stein. Flutist Carl Hall and bassoonist Alan Hopper will perform with Moorhead on "Three Pieces for Flute, Clarinet and Piano." Flutist Carl Hall and bassoonist Alan Hopper will perform with Moorhead on "Three Pieces for Flute, Clarinet and Bassoon" by Walter Piston. "Suite for Violin, Ciarinet and Piano" by Darius Milhaud w.ill feature Moorhead, Crist and violinist Robert Valentine. Moorhead will also solo on Debussy's "Premiere Rhapsodie for Clarinet." The recital is free and open to the public. Resnais film shows tonight CAMPUS CYCLERY "Last Year at Marienbad," Alain Resnais classic inquiry into time and memory, will be shown free today at 8 p .m. in the Engineering Auditorium. The showing is co-sponsored by the Language-Literature Student Council and the Humanities Club. BICYCLE SALES AND REPAIRS HOURS: 10-6, 10-5 SAT. Dragon Aire Ltd. Presents LA"IES&GENTLEMEN THE ROLLING SIONES QUADRAPI IONIC FILM CONCERT Tickets at BOX OFFICE FIF111 AVENUE CINEMA MAY3110JUNEl3 5224 FOWLER 988-9316 112 Mile East From USF entrance f \rt; 111nuw,;. :\11Jn thru Tnur.-; 7:30& 10:00 PM., Fh & Sat V:ll. H 100& Mid11i1c,rl1t.Su11. 7:\1 IS: 1111111 \ \I Tilltb thru Box Office :nso Fiflh Awnue N i nth Th, K >K:! Marshall is Dorabella in "I Will Choose the Handsome Dark One" from "Casi fan tutte," Act II, by Mozart and Summer will ac company the vocalists in "Duetto Buffo di Due Gatti" by Rossini. THE COl\CERT is free of charge and will begin at 8:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium. Part .Two of the recital will be performed Saturday, same time and place. Ill Ii Ill I Ill 111111111111111111111 1111111111111111 111111111111111 111111111 111111111111111111111 111111111111111 Ill i==:= On "USF Tarzan & Jane Feast Nights", each Wednesday -'; Facilities s MrM I = J /. ,,. w1lhthscoupon 2 for $4 95 -, ano a reservation = / : I/ 9302 30th St. INCLUDES POWOES, SALADS, \'west side of Busch Gardens) ROLLS, Visit our VOODOO LOUNGE. Enjoy your favorite highballs only 65 cents during cocktail hour. 1:30-6:30 p.m. l'h. ; 1iit111111111111mm111111111111111111111IIIllIIIll1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I111111111"', I 1111111 iii $67 $90 month *FURNISHED APTS. *WALK TO CLASS *SWIMMING POOLS, TENNIS, REC BLDGS. T.V. LOUNGES PRIVACY Reservations now being accepted i or next fall.and for this summer. Reduced rates for signing early. Specific apts. reserved on a 1st come -1st served oasis. LAMANCBA DOS 1 Block from USF on 42nd Phone: 971-0100 St.fl


8 -THE ORACLE Netters eye national tournament sports May 28, 1974 USF places second Led by Pat Lindsey's third place finish, USF closed its season Friday, placing second behind Big Ten titleholder Indiana in the Tournament of Champions. The office of Veterans Affairs in conjunction with the Counseling Center for Human Development and Student Affairs, is offering a new The forms are in, the four players named and everything is set for USF to compete in the NCAA National Ter,nis Tournament. Yet Coach Spaff Taylor is not completely satisfied. "A lot of people might feel assured we're set and it could cut off the inflow," said Taylor after the tennis fund grew to $2,300 following Saga's Slappy Hour contributions. "But we sure could use the money." A week ago it appeared the program. This program is designed to help students who experience detri ment al anxiety when in-class par ticipation 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? Brahmans weren't going anywhere but SG organized a campaign drive, establishing a $2,500 goal. At that time Taylor said Oscar Olea, Kevin Hedberg, Carlos Alvarado and a fourth player, to be determined in a playoff, would make the trip to California. The playoff ended yesterday and George Falinski, taken to the final point by Griff Lamkin, emerged the victor. H, 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! If you are in terested in par ticipating 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. "It wa s really light," said Falinski who came back from a 4 -:l deficit in the tiebreaker to win the deciding third set. "I lucked out." Falinski said he hit a "forehand smash across court which was Special Summer School Rates Double occupancy and 15 meals per week for the entire sum.mer quarter for only $315. A limited number of private rooms available for only $50 more. These .prit'es make our rates 1he lowest in the area ( eyen lower than eampus housing). untouched" to capture the rain delayed contest. He added the four team members are to meet lat e r this week with Taylor lo decide when they will depart for the June 17-22 tourney


THE ORACLE-May 28, 1974 9 Brahmans grab JC group Otis Dunn plQyer Joe Reccord .. strong on boards BY DA VE MOORMANN Oracle Sports Editor Bill Gibson had covered nearly the entire eastern United States in search of his final three b asketball recruits Yet, as it turned out, the answer was as close as Pensacola Junior College, a state jaycee power .. AGREEING TO PLAY for USF next year were three top Panhandlers-Otis Dunn, Ed Davis and Joe Reccord-a group Gibson called "pretty good ones. .. 1 have not seem them play Gibson said yesterday, "but all the reports -say they can. We scouted them at Virginia and Coa ch ( Phil ) Collins has seen them several times. The trio joins Tampa Cha_m berlains' Doug Alpin, Ric Butner and L eon Love for USF's first season under the former Univ e rsity of Virginia coach SINCE USF ISN' T a member of the national letter of intent group, Gibson said Love and Davis were able to sign letters of Holcomb signs 4 Louis hooters BY H.INI>Y WEATHERLY Oracle Sports Writer Two Missouri High School AllStaters and a member of the 1973 National Junior College cham pionship team are three of soccer coach Dan Holcomb's four new sigilees All four come from the St. Louis area, breeding-ground of many top U S. soccer pfayers. .JOHN llEIDGEH PLA YEI> fullback and on the forward line at Florissant Valley Community which also competed in the national tournament last year. The two all -slaters are Roy Thee of St. Mary's High School, 197:l stale champions, and Bob Weber of Hosary Senior High School, coa c hed by former USF player Pete Tumminia Thee has good ball control. is an accurate. passer and a strong tackler He could replace one of the USF returning defenders as a starter or find a place in a mid field role, Holcomb said. WEBEH WILL GIVE the Brahmans more depth in the forward lin e," he said Playing .almost everywhere except goali e Weber paced his team with 11 goals whil e r a cking up nine assist s. Rounding out the qu a rtet is .Mike Martinez, who scored 27 goals last year for Granite City High School in Illinois. Martinez also played basketball and bas e ball TllE FOUH .JOIN a Brahman squad which finished 13th in the nation last year. Most of the players on that team saw action lhi spring with WFLA-TV soccer club, Florida Amateur Cup champion WFLA-TV closed out its season with a 2-1 loss lo the Miami Taros' res e rves in the Orange Bowl Friday. "W e only had 13 men available to play," Holcomb said of his t eams performance "And with the injuries and having a player l'j e cted from the game, we played about three-quarters of th e time with only 10. men." Careers in Professional Sales Career Sales opportunity available For Qualified Individuals. Call lnsurame Service Speeia lists lne. 933.;9197 CHAINWHEEL DRIVE : Bicycle Shop : : All bikes fully Prompt : assembled repair : & guaranteed service : 120 day : service contract A ; ill48 N. 30th St. : Across from Schlitz Open 9 to 6 Ph. 971-2439 intent at other schools. But he said he is confident the pair honor their commitment to USF In two seasons at Pensacola, the Brahmans' most recent signees led Coach Rich Daly's team to 25-4 and 30-3 season PLAYING BOTH FORWARD and guard, the 6-foot-5 Dunn made All-Conference two years BEAN BAG CHAIRS PASSION PADS--EXTRA LONG PELLETS FOR FILLING CHAIRS CO .NEV'S INTERIORS 315 S HOWARD 258 -2131 for the Panhandlers and was Allstate this season. He also led the team in steals. As Pensacola's center, Davis was named to the hmwrable mention All-American team for 1973-74 and the 6-foot-8 Tennessee native captured the conference Most Valuable Player award two seasons in a row Reccord, a 6-foot-7 forward, also played a key part in Pen sacola's attack, averaging 12. 5 points and 11 rebounds per game. DRUGS. We will you money on prescription:>! THE DRUG .. "The small super diseGunt '. 10905 Nebr.aska. 1. : ;. Phone 971-8401 TEMPLE TERRACE FINA 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 (Bctnkamericard) Owned & Operated by USF Alumnus 5601 E. Fowler Ave. Temp.le Terrace GET '. aRANDNEW '1*1' CORONA 2 DOOR SEDAN -. Automatic Jransmissloa, Chrome Wheel Nuts, Vinrl loof, lcMly Sftte Mouldiafs, 4 Speed Traatmitsfon, Radio, ltetiter; White Sidewall Tires, Rear WilMlow Defogpr, Floor Mats etc. $3. 13 9 CllOOSI RO 20 COIONAS IN STOCll NOW 10909 N. FLORIDA AVE. PH. 933-6402


10-THE ORACLE May 28, 1974 We also moire Hro copie1 Mackey gets car Soles lett.,, Envelope Catalog sn .. t. Lettertiead1 Bulletins Circulau form Handbills BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer Pres. Cecil Mackey has been given the use of a 1974 Buick Electra by Royal Buick, Assistant Car Manager Paul Weitman said last week. The company furnishes the USF president with the use of a new car each year, he said. Although the automobile is not equipped with such options as a telephone, it does have "all the other nice features of the Elec tra," Weitman said. HE SAID he did not wish to tell the price of the car. Development Director Terry Edmonson said, "They give the use of the car to the University through the Foundation for the President. If the automobile is owned by the state, there are some restrictions on its use." If Mackey uses a state-owned vehicle, he cannot use it for his personal use, or anything other than state business, Edmonson said. Housing to order UC patio furniture SG attempts to furnish the east patio of the UC will become a reality, Bill Davis, executive assistant to SG Pres. Richard Merrick. said last week. Furniture will be ordered beginning next fiscal year, July 1, Director of Housing and Food Services Ray King said. "Essentially, SG was able to secure it with its stick-with-it ness," Davis said. In order to secure it, Davis said, SG "tracked down every administrative roadblock and removed it." The only part of obtaining furniture that was difficult was dealing "with a bullttin board Tuesday Facully Seminar Willard Libby, nobel prize winner for his carbon-14 dating system, will be on campus today. If interested, call Dr. Maybury at 974 214 4 Microbiology Club Dr. Gerald J. Lance, assistant professor of Medical Microbiology, will speak on Herpes virus and cancer tonight at 7:30 p.m. in LIF 271. The talk is sponsored by the USF Microbiology Club. Wednesday Flying Club Flying Club will hold a general meeting We.dnesday night in UC 251 at 7:30 p.m. Anyone interested may attend. Sigma Delta Chi Sigma Delta Chi will hold a meeting today at 3 p.m. in LAN 469 to select new members. Friday Faculty Seminar David Wallace will speak. on "Some Transport Mechanisms of Water In the Eastern Gulf of Mexico" today at 4 p.m. at the St. Petersburg Campus, Building A, room 223B. slow-moving bureaucracy, he said. Reasons given by the Administration for refusing SG requests for the furniture dealt with money and the consumption of beer, h e said. It is against Florida law for an alcoholic beverage to be consumed outside of the place of purchase and officials said they were worried students would take beer bought in the Empty Keg outside to the patio and thus forfeit the beer license. But Daivs said, he doesn't "foresee any problem." Ear Piercing every Saturday 11-5 $8.88 Factory Jewelry Outlet 4812 E. Busch Blvd. 988-9467 MARKET RESEARCH Now building staff of qualified people for pleasant part-time in terviewing. No experience necessary if you are in telligent and enjoy talking to pt>ople. Will Train. Good Wages and working conditions. Absolutely no selling involved. Call for interview ... 935-6168 FORSURVEYS INTERVIEWS Weitman said he did not know how much mileage Mackey had put on the car Royal Buick gave him to use last year. "I imagine, though, that it was somewhere around 10,000-12,000 miles," he said. EDMONSON SAID the car company had to give Mackey the use of the automobile through the University Foundation rather than directly to the state because of insurance problems which would result otherwise. "We've had other car com panies give two or three station wagons to the athletic department to use," he said. "This goes on in most major institutions and universities iili1i5 Dave Heinz Imports S

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Shipping & receiving office supplies, keep records, etc. Call Mr. -Griffis 872-9102. Central Truck Lines. 3825 Henderson Blvd. An Equal Opportunity Employer. WANTED: Person to be children's com panion, ages 13, 11. 7 during summer qtr. in SI Pete. Must be a little crazy to apply. Salary open Call 977-1926"Tpa 525-0989 St Pete. Ask for Suzanne 60 YEAR Co expanding in Bay area. Seek 4 neat agressive persons-full or part time. Great summer job! Call 985-3957 10-3 for interview. COCKTAIL Waitresses-Waiters-BartendersBusboys-Kitchen Assistants. Apply Le Studio Rest. 7209 N Dale Mabry, 932-5007, 932-5820. SALES position open in unisex clothing store Pants Towne 9339 Floriland Mall. Call 933-3758, or come by between 10-12 daily. SUMMER he lp-waitresses need e d for June thru Aug. W ee k ends and some week nights. See Jack or Don at Pizza Hut i202 E Fowler Ave. MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS 1967 TRIUMPH Motorcycle, 500 cc E x t ended front forl< s sold new for S l ,200. 00. Need s work WILL SACRIFICE for ONLY $200.00. MUST SELL BEFORE MAY 30. CALL 932-6863 Now l LEAVING and musl sell. 1972 Kawasaki Endure 90. 2 ,500 miles o nly. Gets 75+ mpg, asking $300. Call 977.4971 evenings. 72 HONDA 350 CL-Good conditioh $650 with new helmet BARGAIN! Call 974-6353 or 52, rm. 23, ask for Steve. WANTED: We can sell your motorcycle fast. 510 fee is all you pay. We n ee d 100 every week. AAA Cycl e Exchange, 4119 Gunn' Highway 933-7459. MOTOR for Sal e: 71 Yamaha RT1 360 cc $550. AAA Cycle E xchange, 4119 Gunn Highway, 933-7459. ( REAL ESTATE ) INCOME property or must sell 3 r ental units close to USF. $ 6 ,000 equity and assume large r eturn. C all Bob Jones -of!. 932-6123. home 971-5348. ANN DEL VALLE REALTY, INC. BRIARWOOD, a bedrooms, 2 baths, family room, garage, central air and heat. 1923 ll5th Ave. Phone owner 971-5024. BD. ROOM, 2 bath, house for sale by owner. Many trees, fence d backyard, 3 blocks from elementary school. 5 min. from USF. Immediate occupancy. Price S23,000. Phone 971-6338 evenings. r SERVICES OFFERED J 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 I BM Corrective Selectric. Carbon ribbon. Pica or Elite. All types of work. Close to USF. 988-0836 Lucy Wiison. FAST accurate typing service. 48 hr. service in most instances. 2 min. from USF. Between 8:30 and 5 :00 call 879-7222 ext. 238. Aller 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 Sch'iro, 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. GRE PREPARATION COURSE near USF. Score 1000 or your money back. 18 hrs., 530; course repeatable Free. Over 700 have taken our course in South Florida 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 pl. improvement or your money back. 20 hrs., 570; course repeatable free. Attend first class free, no obligation. For info call (305) 854-7466. I APTS. & HOUSES TO SHARE I ROOMMATE-male, 3BR. APT. l'/2 mile east on pools, 2 tennis courts, AC, carpet, 2 "iiaths, 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, i 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 also be working at Disney World to share a 2 bedroom, 2 bath apt in Kissimmee. Contact David Medansky, Theta 22h 974-6348. GREEN OAK Villa Apts.-1 &2 Bedroom furnished & unfurnished apartments, di swasher, garbage disposal, fully car peted pool laundry: Varied Leases Near USF at 42nd St & Skipper Road-Call 9714408 or 971-1424. r MOBILE HOMES ) 60 FT. MOBILE home. 2 br. furnished, air cond., washer.dryer, in country location. 10 min-USF. Must sell. Only 52,800. 9862360. WOODED LOT for mobile home, 5 min. from USF, SSO monthly, includes water, sewer. Quiet b eautiful, boat ramp, fishing. Cali Bob 988-4085. OWNER selli ng 1 2 x 60 D etroite r 2 large bdroom central air & heat, anchored, skirted. Unique. Adult section, pool & recreaticn area. S650 down & assume pa y m en t s. Financing available. 971-8808. 10 x 55 NASHUA. Front kilch en, 2 b edroom, l bath. S e t up in family park. By owner 626 1497 after 4. I TV, RADIO, STEREO .. t FISCHER Powe r Amplifier (no PRE-AMPL 45 Watts p e r ch RMS, THD l ess than 3 per c ent; have tes t r esults for this amp No cabine t from a S 3,000 console. $100 or best ofler. Call Cliff at 932-8856. PANASONIC FM-AM, 4 channe l stereo receive r with 4 speakers Sl50 Call 985-3862. DON'T pay the high m ail orde r prices. Thieve's Warehouse of Tampa. 1531 s Dale Mabry. 254-7561. 19 INCH GE Color con s ol e SlOO lirm. Call 988 7551 afternoon SONY TC 228 8-track playe r -recorde r Worth s200. Sell for 5125 28 t a pes plus carrying ca se. Cost s 160. Will sell lot for s200 or BEST OFFER. Call John 971-6410, ext. 123 afler 3 p m ( PERSONAL J MEN'S Consciousness Group-a group for m e n to explore thei r changing roles & othe r concerns s pecial to men in a setting designed to facili .tate openness & trust. Oflered for 5 w ks. June 19-July 17, at 1-3 p m Call Bob Haywood 988-1185. HAVE PROBLEMS? Call HELPLINE a1 974-2555. If you n eed to lalk lo a woman. call the WOMEN'S LINE at 974-2556. AllS) r ALITOMOTNE ) 1962 OLDSMOBILE F-8 5 Rugs good, many new parts installed. SlOO or best offer 974-6368. Ask for Tom rm. 438. VW '69 Good cond. One owner-radio, heater, great deal. Call 971-2561 after 6 p m MUST SELL '70 VW, A-C, radio, new tires, Exe. cond. Call 988-3261 after 4 p.m. 1969 vw WAGON Automatic. Good con dition, radio. $900.00 or best offer. Call 9771061. 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, 51,350. 935-1357 after 6 p.m. 1968 VW BUG with air under 45,000 miles Excellent condition. One owner driver. Some extras asking 5900.00 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. 5700 or Best Offer. 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 in5pected. See to believe. 67 VW BUG, Interior, exterior and motor all excellent. New gen. coil, brakes, muffler & 2 new tires. lnsp. and tagged. 5525. 986-1434 Marc. ( FOR RENT J APT. TO sublet for this summer. Furn. with AC; kitchen, $72 per mo. Come to La Mancha Dos Apt. 65. Phone 971-3886. Ask for Ed-Sept. rent free. FRAME House for rent-Near USF, AC unfn, elac range & ref. Scrnd porch, big yd, good landlord, lease to Aug. or sign new one 5150 month, SlOO dpt. Call Andy 971-1737 or Dave 985-1143. DUPLEX A-C 2 Br. Can be shared by two students. 8614 Mulberry, 839-9503-833 6421. SUBLEASE 2 bdr. furnished duplex. Summer Qtr. only, No lease S17S per month. Call Bonnie 971-2107. SUMMER AT LA MANCHA DOS Study & relax at La Mancha Dos this summer. Monthly rates of 572-$80. Reservations now being accepted; new apartments and poolside apartments available. One block from campus on 42nd Street PH"971-0100. COLONIAL GARDENS Students welcome6 mo. lease 2 bdrm., l bath, luxury apts. Swimming pool, laundry, and rec. room. 2002 E. 13lst Ave. ph 971-4977. FOR RENT-32 foot furnished trailer. On lake, 12 miles from USF 565 per month. Water and garbage furnished. One person, no pets Call 689-2646, weekends. ---------------APT. to suble t for this summer. Male or f emale. I pay part of the d eposit, furn air cond., kit., pool, t ennis court. Close to campus S67 p e r month, come to La Mancha Dos Apts. no 102. Ask for William. 2 BR, Unfurnis hed apt. C entral H-A, w.w carpel 5160. 986-3456. DUPLEX ES for r ent. One mile off campus. 2 br., furn., AC-5155 a month. Call 971-3247 after 5 p m 711 2MINUTES FROM USF New 2 bdr w w carpet c entral heat and air, drapes, furn. S180-unfurn S 1 5 S Phone 988 6393. THE ORACLE -May 28, 1974 11 ( FOR SALE J r LOST & FOUND ) BRAND NEW 10 sp e ed bikes from Italy and ,.. .. _____________ llllL France. Assembled. Retail price S140. Price to you $90. Buy NOW for summer quarter. Call 949-6518. WE HAVE denims in regular and bells. and cords in bells. Also boots shirts & western hats. Only 10 min. from campus. Straight leg Levi cordo in 3 colors have just come in. Bermax Western Wear 8702 Nebraska Ave. '72 VW SUPER Beetle. Low mileage, excellent cond Some extras. Under original warranty. 97"1-3022. FOR SALE: Plymouth 'Cuda 340 1972 Good condition.air, aut, mag wheels, phone 971-2495. Call after 7 p.m. tl,650. PANASONIC car 8 -track Tape Player & FM Multiplex Stereo radio. Like new. Less than 3 hrs. playing time. Panasonic's best player. S90.00. Ph 876-7790. 1971 SUZUKI 350-M inl cond $625. Also, 24 fl. trailer-Interior completely redecorated. Perfect, inexpensive-no using for Univ. Students. 5750. Call 977-1079 or 238-3644-3710 Skipper Rd. MUST sell Bdrm. furn.-2 end tables, chest of drawers Formica finish + Mirror, Qn. Sz. Bed + Mattress. All 2 yrs. old. Also desk, chairs, etc. by June. Best offer. Call Mike 935-4549. 14 FT. Fibreglass sailboat w-trailer. Alum'. mast daggerboard & tiller, S S rigging, dacron sails, similar to AMF Force 5. S600 cash Call Joe 974-2625 or 988-7439. MOVING OUT SALE. Very nice comfortable light green couch for a very reasonable price. Phone 971-0105. LOST: Prescription glasses, aviator style frames in a black case. Reward 977-0849. -----------LOST : Large black collie tag no 48127. Call 985-3862. FOUND: Yellow gold Retriever-type dog, extremely well-trained; loves to fetch. Call 971-0746 to claim. I TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES EU ROPE-ISRAEL-AFRICA Travel discounts year-round. Student Air Travel Agency, Inc. 201 Allen Rd Suit e 410, Atlanta, Ga. 30328 ( 404) 2564 258. GO THE CROWDS DON'T KNOW! Year round OVERLAND camping safaris. Europe, Russia, England, Africa, Scan dinavia, or where ever. Discover more or: your own-without hitching; Eat betler bul cheaper; Go further-be safer; and DO MORE than you could ever do by yourself. Trail Blazers: TOLL FREE BPQ223-5586. -----------_,. ------FLY TO Jamaica 4-71h July direct Fly National Airways.Special Charter Package deals. These and many fantast1:::: trips are available Tor 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 Melle 525-8741, St P etersburg. MHA is a registered non-p rofit Travel Club. l / h \ \ \ I I I I I '! HAVE YOUR :! / DRAPERIES : I 1 I PROFESSIONALLY (LEANED! I i ......... ----. < \)J ...,, .... -0. \. ... i...r, "-< _, ( )--c, ... .. ,y \ ,...... ..... ...... ...... Sam tone Draperies are expensive and aeserve the best. Using the Adjust -a-Drape and Sonitone methods, Spotl1u can guarantee even hemlines and lengths. Piech that are obsolulely vertical, brighter, cleaner, sparkling colors and whites. {13524 UNIVERSITY PLAZA) Pick Up and Home Oeiivery Coll 236-5541 SOUTH FLORIDA VOLI\SWAGEN REPAIR 13301 22nd Street (Fletcher & 22nd St.) South of Frank & Rita's Reslaurnnt AN INDEPENDENT VOLKSWAGEN SERVICE CENTER REBUILT ENGINES '* TUNE-UPS ALL VOLKSWAGEN REPAIR WORK R e built Engine 40 H.P. with exchange $350.00 ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED PH. 971-1725 TRANSMISSI 0 NS BRAKES OVER 20 YRS. EXPERIENCE NOTE! WE ARE NOT A SERVICE STATION




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