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The Oracle

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The Oracle
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The Oracle (Tampa, Fla)
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Wright, Sandra ( Editor )
Kaszuba, Mike ( Managing editor )
Fant, Alice ( Advertising manager )
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University of South Florida
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The Oracle continues Tampa times (USF Campus edition) and is continued by USF oracle.
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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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tuesday's 0 R A c Police want shotguns, off-duty weapons July 2, 1974 L Vol. 9 No. 43 E 20 pages BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Editor University Police (UP} officers have proposed they J:>e allowed to carry weapons while off duty and carry shotguns while patroling campus in squad cars, UP Capt. Ted Gibson said last night. "It is only in the talking stage," Gibson said. DIRECTOR OF Public Safety and Security Paul Uravich, who serves as UP chief, said the idea has been "brought up several times" by offjcers. He said the officers' suggestion was not a formal proposal. "l do not even consider it a proposal," Uravich said. "It has been brought up before and it was denied However, Uravich said he is "thinking about" authorizing "plafo clothes investigators" employed by UP to carry guns off-duty. If off-Coordination can be fun Oracle photo by Richard Urban USF students (from left) Virgil Stubbs, 3CHM; .Randy Miller, 3POL; and Mike Rossiter watch Sheree Brimm, 3CHM as she demonstrates good coordination during the free hour yesterday on the UC Mall. duty weapons are approved for officers, only certain people and not the entire police force will carry them, he said 'fHE QUESTION of legal pr.QblfilllsJ.ror.olved_withllE carrying guns off-duty has bee _t_l referred to University General Counsel Steve W'eiiZef,Ura-vfoii said. Before any decision is made "I might run it by the police advisory group'! but not any University senate, he said. Officers said they need weapons off-duty_Jru:_a.dded_peJ:SQDal protection, Gibson said. This reason was also given by two UP officers. "Personally, it would be for my own protection," UP Corporal Tony Wall said. in il!.il; you make a-_ef!emy._:: !.--:... -. ,,,_ w ALL SAID HE could not comment in detail because "I am not at liberty to discuss things with the press unless it is cleared by my immediate superiors." These persons are Gibson and Uravich, Wall said. UP Officer Ralph Dennis said increased protection is why he and most officers want to carry their guns while off dqty. He he at classes at the University and frequently encounters "known criminals" in the halls. Carrying shotguns _:v_()uld l! protect themselves against persons who may be said, suspect on lastquarter.-iftileofficer had a gun, he could have "blasted" the said. HOWEVER, URAVICH and Gibson said they are not sure authorizing carrying of shotguns is a wise idea. "If we go around flashing shotguns we could create unrest on the campus," Gibson said. However, he said UP encounter "potentially dangerous'-' situations because "we don't have fences around the campus." But he noted police officials are faced with a "fine line' of balancing adequate protection for officers with a good community feeling. UP SHOTGUNS are now kept in the police headquarters on campus. Gibson said the men would like to keep them in the trunks of their squad cars where they would be more accessible. Any final decision would need approval from USF Pres. Cecil Mackey Mackey said he would have no comment on the matter at this time. Film charge continues; court action eyed BY PARKER STOKES Oracle Staff Writer Despite a new low regulating Activities and Services fee, this weekend's SEAC movie will not be free to students "because of iontractual Rick Alter, SEAC program director, said. SG President Richard Merrick, however, said yesterday that he is contemplating court action to prevent the admission charge. "I am going to seek definitive rulings from (Vice President of Student Affairs) Joe Howell. and (Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs) Richard Hulet. In the absence of such a ruling, I am contemplating seeking a court injunction.'' MEANWHILE, administration and SG officials yesterday met to discuss the proposed budget and its ramifications. Most of the discussion involved the signatory powers of Merrick Joe Howell, center, listens as .SG officials ... discuss Activity and Service fee budget allocations. and SG Secretary of Finance Alan Jotkoff. This would involve the transfer of power to expend the Activities and Services fee from the administration to SG. "We are hoping for a lega:l opinion soon. That seems to be the only way to clear this mat ter," Jotkoff said. Oracle photo by Richard Urban "We are hoping for a legal opinion soon." Alan Jotkoff On the Office of veterans Affairs rnuse the l"niversity will be closed Thursday for In d r1wndence Da:y. Included in issue is the "Off('ampus Survival Manual," 11ro, itfrd by SG

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2-THE ORACLE July 2, 1974 Flood aid sought TALLAHASSEE Saying the damage from heavy rains and flooding in late June apparently will exceed the havoc of 1972's hurricane Agnes Gov. Reubin Askew urged the President yesterday to declare Central Florida a major disaster area to qualify it for federal aid." Askew, who flew over the flooded area by helicopter, said an estimated more than $15 million in federal assistance will be required to supplement state and local aid to clean up the mess He said 13 counties, led by Pinellas and Lee, sustained a total of $24. 7 million in damages to public and private property. Private property took the worst beating, .adding up to $14.8 million he said, with public property damage accounting for $9. 9 million in the affected counties .. Another $13.8 million damage From the Wires of Uni!ed Press International was done to roads, bridges, sewer and drainage systems, utilities, seawalls and beaches, he reported It was estimated that 3,000 people had to be evacuated and sheltered because of isolation or flooded homes. Some 2,000 residences and businesses were seriously damaged. Schools get funds TALLAHASSEE Distribution of $1,850 million to help county school boards ease problems caused by disruptive students was announced yesterday by Education Com missioner Ralph Turlington. The funds pro v ided under the Safe Schools Act range from $5,000 to 15 small counties up to $429,221 for big Dade. To get its share of the money, each county must submit a plan outlining methods to be used to prevent disruption of classes by students. Suggested methods include special classes for suspended or expelled students, in-school suspension programs, special counseling, curriculum revision and training for teachers in classroom management. The goal, said Turlington, is to help students adjust so each can take part in the regular academic program. The state appropriation was prompted by a rash of expulsions and suspensions of students around the state for disruptive conduct. "Putting them on the streets does not solve anything," said Claude Anderson, the governor's education adviser. Elections financed WASHINGTON The House Administration Committee Monday unanimously approved legislation which would finance presidential primaries and elections with taxpayer funds and place strict curbs on campaign spending and political con tributions The bill was approved 21 to 0 and is expected to reaeh the House floor some time after the Fourth of July recess In a surprising shift of votes on the final day, the committee reversed itself and voted to finance presidential primaries with public funds. The proposal, rejected 16 to 9 only last Friday, was adopted 15 to 1. Rep John Brademas, D-Ind., a senior member of the committee, called the package "a good bill, a sound bill" but Common Cause denounced it as "loophole-ridde11 legislation" and accused the committee of stalling more than a year. Funds for the primaries and the general elections would come from the $1 checkoff provision on income tax returns which some estimate may raise $64 million by 1976. NAACP raps Nixon NEW ORLEANS The chairman of the NAACP board said Monday the Nixon administration had inflicted a strong blow on the black com munity by cutting back on those federal programs most helpful to blacks Bishop Stephen G. Spottswood, in his keynote address at the 65th annual NAACP convention, said the administration had con sistently demonstrated its at titude against blacks by cutting housing, antipoverty and equal opportunity programs. From the Wires of United Press International He said President Nixon had also alienated the black com with his antibusing stand, a stand he said was clearly racial. Vets petition court WASHINGTON Carrying signs that read "The War Is Not Over," a coalition of veterans' groups yesterday asked the Supreme Court to let its protestors camp in a park near the White House during a protest scheduled to begin on the Fourth of July. But a clerk who barred the door to the marble court building told them they would be turned down because they had not gone through the proper legal chan nels. Leaders of a "Bonus March Coalition," made up of three organizations, filed a petition asking the Court to forbid the administration from banning its proposed campsite in Lafayette Square across Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House. Juan Peron dies BUENOS AIRES President Juan D. Peron, the one-time dictator who defied old age and a weak heart to return in triwnph from 18 years of exile last year, died of heart and kidney failure Monday at the age of 78. His sobbing widow and suc cessor, Maria Estela Peron, 43, announced his death in a television broadcast with the nation's military and cabinet leaders standing behind her. As The Oracle Is the offlclal student-edited newspaper of the Unlver1lty of South Florida and Is published four times weekly, Tu1t1day through Friday, during 'the academic year period September through mid-June; twice during the academic year period mid-June fhrciugh August, by the University of South Florlda. 4202 Fowler Ave., Tampa, Fla. tl620. Opinions expr1t1seil Int"' Oracle are those of the editors or of the writer and not those of the University of South Florida. Address correspondence to the Oracle, LAN 472, Tampa, Fla., 33620. Second class postage paid at Tampa, Fla. The Oracle reserves the right to regulate the typographlcal tone of all advertisements and revise or turn away copy it considers objectlonable. Programs, activities and facilities of the University of South Florlcla are avallable to all on non-discriminatory basis, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, II or national origin The University Is an alflrmalive action Equal Oppor1unlty Employer vice president, the former cabaret dancer assumed her husband's powers as president two days ago when he became too ill to continue. She became the first woman president in the history of the hemisphere Rodino rebuffed WASHINGTON The House, in a rebuff to Chairman Peter W. Rodino Jr:, refused Monday to bar members of the Judiciary Committee from personally questioning witnesses in its impeachment proceedings. The committee itself agreed later in the day to operate behind closed doors when it starts examining witnesses Tuesday in the windup phase of the inquiry. 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In the Peace Corps you might: help develop a co-op in Ghana; assist In a public health program in Peru; develop an art program in Fiji; or teach biology in El Salvador. In VISTA you might: work with youthful off enders In Florida, teach the handicapped In Washington state; set up a credl1 union In Virginia or help plan a community cente1 in Louisiana. For more Information and an application see the Placement office or write: ACTION Recruiting, 395 NW 1st. St., Miami, Fla. 33128 or call Mr. Green collect at (305) 350-4692.

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Oracle photo by Richard Urban Focus on food Focus guests were treated to a varied buffet menu at a dinner held for them Sunday in the UC Ballroom. At the end of the buffet table, Housing and Food Service Director Ray King looks on. THE ORACLE-0July 2, 1974 3 Center for solar energy may be set up at USF BY MIKE KASZUBA Oracle Managing Editor USF has "a good chance" of being the site of a Board of Regent (BOR}-developed Solar Energy Center, Allan Tucker, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, said yesterday. BOR plans for the center, which would authorize research, disseminate information and provide solar energy demon strations, are to be presented to the Florida Legislature by March 1, 1975. ACCORDING TO the legislative bill providing for the center, the BOR would base the proposed location on ... centers of present technical expertise, availability of equipment and facilities, (and) convenience of location to all of Florida ... "You've
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4-THE ORACLE July 2, 1974 Meaningful consultation needed The faculty discontent and distrust of top-level academic administrators which was shown by the recent American Association of University Professors (AA UP) survey is a dangerous sign for USF. But perhaps the most alarming thing about the survey results is Administration's disregard and apparent unconcern about the faculty feelings. USF Pres. Cecil Mackey, for the second year, has refused to comment on the survey and Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs has, characteristically pushed the matter aside until he has "time" to review the material. editorials "The worst sin toward our fellow creatures is not to hate them but to be indifferent to them; that's the essence of inhumanity." George Bernard Shaw problems it points out-will not make the discontent go away. Fifty-seven per cent of the approximately 350 responding said Mackey did not deserve faculty con fidence and 54 per cent said this also applied to Riggs. MACKEY -AND Riggs must make time on their agendas to find out why a m a jority of survey said they feel the two administrators do not deserve their confidence. Turning their backs to the survey-and to the Sixty-four per cent of the respondents said the USF Administration doe s not insure "appropriate faculty participation in the determination of all policies and procedures gov erning faculty status and salary incr eas es 11CLAD YOU ... (PANT),., DECl"DED TO.,.(PUFF) ... CO MY WAY ON "THIS !" Eighty-three per cent said the faculty and student body does not each have a voi c e in determining, with a d ministration, the University's basic budgetary priorities and projections." Assassins can't kill ideas It may be relatively simple to kill a person but it is virtually impossible to wipe out the ideal that person stands for So it is with Alberta Christine (Mrs. Martin Luther, Sr.) King A woman whose llfe, like that of her son, stood for peace and service to her fellow humans, Mrs King was gunned down Slll;lday while playing the organ in the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta The black man ar!'ested a: charged in connection with the slaying said he shot her and another church attender "because they were wor shipping a false idol." He called all civil rights workers his enemies Such an attitude seems all to prevalent in this country Many seem to feel that if you don't like what a person says, you should silence tlilat person. A free society cannot tolerate such an atmosphere .. In recent years we have seen a number of leaders who were not afraid to stand up for what they believed But we have also seen these people_:John Kennedy Bobby Kennedy, Martin Luther King, George Wallace-gunned down. Whether their ideas were right or wrong, a country which cannot allow expression of controversial philosophies is not a free country Ironically, as we have watched leaders fall victim to senseless assassinations, we have -heard almost unceasing rhetoric about a revival of law and order. We have heard about stopping crime but elected officials have done nothing to implement this. One step which officials must now consider seriously is gun control legislation Cheap handguns should be restricted and registration of all firearms should be mandatory This, admittedly, will not stop all shootings but would make the crimes more difficult. Another irony we face as we are confronted with the reality of the senseless slayings is the absurdity of our political slogans. "An era of peace," President Richard Nixon says. And "bring us together" was the campaign slogan he used in his 1968 presidential campaign. 'l\FTE'R ALL, NO ONE LIKES TO BE SLOWED DOWN BY PAPER \./ORK 1" Unfortunately, we have not come together. But separately .we have all watched as those who would try to help us were killed. We have been told men of peace are honored and rewarded by their fellow-countrymen. We have been told that those who help others will win the respect and friendship of their neighbors. We have been told we should ask what we ca n do for our country. We have been deceived ORACLE ACP All-American since 1967 SOX Mark of Excellence 1972 .ANPA Pacemaker Award 1967, 1969 STAFF Editor .. Sandra Wright Entertainment Editor ....... Diane Hubbard Advertising Manager ...... Alice Fant Managing Editor_ ........... Mike Kaszuba Wire Editor .... Harry Straight Adviser . . . ...... Leo Stalnaker Photo Editor .. Richard Urban Advertising Coordinator ..... Harry Daniels Illustration Editor ... Terry Kirkpatrick Production Manager ...... Joe McKenzie Layout Editor .......... Rick Jackson Compositor ............. Kim Hackbarth Copy Editor . ... Jeannie Hackler Sports ..... Dave Moormann News Phones .974-2619, 2842, 2398 DEADLINES: General news 2 p m daily for following day lnue. Advertising !with proof) Thursday noon for Tuesday, Monday noon for Thursday. Deadlines extended one day without proof. Classified ads taken 8 a rn. lZ noon two days before publlca!lon In person or by mall with payment enclosed. Advertising rates on request, 974-2620, Monday through Friday, 8 a m .-S p.m. Stories and pictures of interest to students may be submitted to the Oracle in LAN 469 or through the suggestion boxes in the Library and UC. Obviou sly, fac ult y fee l t h e Univ ersit y does not s ee k con s ulta tion o n i mpor tant i ss u es A n d th e r e cord s uppons this f ee lin g Som e major. Uriiver s it y deci s ions which were made without stud e nt or faculty consultation include: -THE DECISION to construct Pablo Picasso's "Bust of A Woman" on campus. The faculty would have been consulted, Director of University Relations Jim Vickrey has said, but "we simply forgot ....!..The decision to give college credits for high scores on high scpool tests This decision was announced to Faculty Senate this spring by Assistant Vice President for Academic Affai ,rs William who said the faculty could vote on the matter but the decision was already made and im plemented. -The decision to move the Oracle off campus. Although the Board of Regents intervened and said the paper cannot be booted off campus without Board ap proval, Mackey had planned to move the newspaper without any faculty or student consultation. However, he did ask the Board of Student Publications to give him advice on how to implement his decision By this time, it was too late for meaningful input, as is often the case at USF. Advice is solicited after a decision is made; faculty and students are not asked "What should the University do in this case?" but instead "How can we do what I have decided we must do?" THERE IS a word for this type of consultation : a farce. Although the president of a university must be the final decision-maker and accepts responsibility for all policy instituted, community input should play a key role in major issues. Without sharing responsibility and allowing staff, faculty and students to have a voice in University governance, a sense of isolation and distrust will grow This is already happening at USF. In the face of legislative action which will force budget tightening and in creased work at universities, the University community must work together closer than ever But, in the face of apparent admiriistrative disregard for the opinions of others at USF this may prove impossible In that case, everyone will be a loser. This pu})lic document was promulgated at an annual cost of $148,696.45 or 9c percopy, to disseminate news to the students, staff and faculty of the University of South Florida. (Fifty-nine per of the per issue cost is offset by advertising revenue.)

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DOONESBURY OKAY, JOANt0 OUR. { RR.VAT!ONS SUR& .. IAJIATIS by Garry Trudeau THIS IS Atl 50 1RAl/MATIC FOR. M!ifi51'CIAllY UAVIN6 1Hfi K//JS .. I u A WRIST WATCH! OH, /TS 8/iAl/TIR//..., /(/PS \ PR not all bad Editor : Dear Professor Arnade: Harrumph! In the Jline 27 Oracle story about the AAUP survey you were quoted as saying "a pretense of communication is a PR stunt." Better not say that to our PR majors here in the Mass Communications department. PR, as taught in our PR letters polity The Oracle welcomes letters to the editor on all topics. Letters will be limited to 150 words. Letters should be typewritten and spaced. The reserves the right or shorten letters. triple editor to edit Mail boxes are located in the UC and Library for letters to the editor. sequence, is full disclosure, twoway communication, and total concern for the other person's point of view. Ken Fenderson Assistant Professor Dept. of Mass Communications P.S. I feel better now! LUTZ PAINT & BODY SHOP The place to have your car repaired correctly 907 129th Ave. Phone 971-1 1 15 THE ORACLE -July 2, 1974 5 Reader: Editor lttttrs IS not a patriot Editor: I just finished re-reading your editorials for Tuesday 25 June 1974 on alleged "racial bias" and for Thursday 27 .June 1974 against the military! The latter hit very close to home and made my Southern Confederate USNR blood boil.! I was particularly upset with the citation of percentages and figures in the race editorial. Although they sound impressive, perhaps it never occurred to. anyone, but the blacks number about 18 per cent of the total American populace-some say 20 per cent; the claim 25 per cent-which would tend to ac count for their numbering less on the faculty, therefore! Right? Perhaps it also never occurred to anyone that just maybe-just maybe-there were not enough qualified blacks to number more than already exist as faculty at USF? Huh? Of course, I must "be prejudiced! It would only be "fair" (?) for a minority of 18-20 per cent to hold 50 per cent of the jobs! After all, we "honkies" are "oppressing these people!'' rans euphematically (sic) call "sexual intellectuals"! After you've lived a while, Kid, then write about something you know! Until then, leave my military alone! I happen to be proud of it! (And its code!) Frederick Mauney Journalism Major and Vietnam Vet One of The Few Great Motion Pictures of Our Time." NEW YORK POST "Brilliant, Unforgettable 0Drama CUE MAGAZINE Smashingly Beautiful." TIME MAGAZINE Starring: Victor Sjostrom, Bibi Andersson, Ingrid Thulin, Max'Von Sydow TONIGHT Tuesday July 2, 8 p.m LAN) 03 $1 Film Art Series USF Women!.s Center will a.. t"k$ .#UM-rA WL will /,, a.ppbLr /'1vlkd fr""' a.Ad pe.,-,17/e- e$Xy5,, art; /eHu-$,, 1:Al.s 11 f-u,,,,-ly for yovr y/ewJ oH be-slta,-ed Co,,/-ribvhons fflvsr PL-s(tn ed; names pe /,y T/,L l'lac.L-we r4!! t,.,.,;.,J' HeJJ. fk.$ kinJ of for-'h1 .ca-make ir Aa/'pen. Come f" CTK /-S-9 calf Ja-ne#e-914-Zb87. the Cenler sl4ffed /O -f-06.

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6 -THE ORACLE July 2, 1974 Teaching Gallery Exhibit Steve Pevnick demonstrates his on a cold night," Pevnick says. from nature presented sculpture, "Hot and Cold, Wet and Dry," "Something on exhibit in the Teaching Gallery until culturally." July 19. "It is something like a campfire 1Godot' questions reality BY DIANE HUBBARD Oracle Entertainment Editor Bacchus Productions' interpretation of Beckett's famous comic-tragedy "Waiting for Godot" was delicately laced with spearheaded questions which, though tiny, were well aimed. They placed small leaks in the crucial spots of one's sense of reality. No matter what one interprets Godot to be, the desperation of the two tramps who wait for him 1Sage' to rock Slappy 1Hour' Sage, a five member rock group, will entertain Wednesday in the Empty Keg during Slappy Hour, from 3 to 5 p.m. The group's main in terest is progressive rock, and they perform both commercial and original music. Sage has performed at Disney World off and on for the last several years, and is known in the area for appearances at the Collage, Depot, and Mi Back Yard. Slappy Hour is a weekly feature sponsored jointly by SEAC, Saga, and SG. Admission is free and small beers are reduced to 20 cents. (_r_eu_ie_w_J is unmistakably poignant. Rusty Stalling as Estagon and Daniel E. Jesse as Vladimar portrayed this desperation with a comic sense of its absurdity which, rather than making the situation less tragic, simply made it easier to identify with. Southern accents and the slightest re-writing by 'director Orin Weshsberg also encouraged the audience to see themselves akin to the tramps. Beckett's reference to the Eiffel Tower becomes, in Weshsberg's production, the Stephen Foster Memorial and the Rhone River becomes the Chattahoocheewhile Beckett's Macon County remains the same. Jon D. Schwartz as the semihuman slave, Lucky, and Janice Sizemore as Pozzo, the mastermother figure, were superb. Both displayed the ambiguity of tl:eir characters with unquestionable skill. Schwartz was adept at showing his primitive feelings as a mute imbecile through mime. The contrast was calculatedly shocking when he burst into speech, firing his lines at the audience like a machine gun in Lucky's think sequence. Sizemore as Pozzo, a part originally played by a man, was effectively baffling. She handled the part with absolute finesse, transposing roles of authority and masculinity with emotionism and femininity. During her first appearance she "sees" for the tramps, describing the twilight in detail to them, but when she reenters in the second act she is blind and completely dependent on Vladimar and Estragon. In all this confusion of roles the tramps continually call her "sir." Pozzo is the oncy one who questions aloud the identity of Godot. The beauty of the play is that there is no limit to the possible interpretations. None of Beckett's clues are clear enough or recurrent eriough to eliminate other possibilities-and in this production Weshsberg does not attempt to limit the play by emphasizing his own in terpretation. Is Godot God, the future, death-or is he nothing but a simple device to keep the characters waiting? Time is the most forceful of the play's themes .The recurring events that the characters cannot sort out, their forgetting, the nothingness of waiting, con stantly remind them that they exist within time. "Diver tisement cries Estragon, and briefly they improvise, creating little mock-dramas to -escape thoughts of the claws of time clutching at their lives. SOUTH FLORIDA VOLKSWAGEN REPAIR 13301 22nd Street (Fletcher & 22nd St.) South of Frank & Rita's Restaurant AN INDEPENDENT VOLKSWAGEN SERVICE CENTER REBUILT ENGINES TUNE-UPS ALL VOLKSWAGEN REPAIR WORl\ Rebuilt 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 F R E E Natural Health -Food Store 4th -oF -JULY r 14401 Florida Ave. Ph: 932-5254 -ACME SUPREME-JUICER RE;i. $129.9!; --10 YEAR GUARANTEE $114.95 SALTON YOGURT MAKER REG. $H.95 HRS. MON-SAT SALE $9.98 No extra charge for colored bond paper. Sales letters Envelopes Catalog sheets Letterheads Bulietins Circulars Forms Handbills Notices Post Cards Direct Mail Brochures Instructions House Organs Data Sheets Cost Sheets Order Forms Price Lists Work Sheets Resumes Announcements Stuffers LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU BETTER in$ty-prints 4347 W. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Fla. 33609 879-4684 5101 E, Busch Blvd Tampa, Fla. 336i7 985-2083 TOMORROW July 3 SLAPPY HOUR 3-5 pm "SAGE" Small beer 20' Empty Keg North by SEAC in cooperation Sponsored with Student Government & SAGA

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"Luke'here on weekend Thulin, Andersson 7 "Cool Hand Luke," starring Paul Newman and George Kennedy, will be presented Friday and Sa urday night at 7: 30 and IO p.m ... confront each other in a scene from "Wild Strawberries." In the SEAC sponsored film, Newman portrays Luke, a born )oser sentenced to a Southern state after vandalizing parking. meters. Once incarserated, Luke comes into conflict with both the c'amp's warden and the gang's self appointed leader, George Ken nedy. Kennedy won an award as best supporting actor for his performance. Newman was nominated for best actor. Admission is $1. \. Concerts here feature Bowie, Uriah Heep Tampa's Curtis Hixon Hall will be the scene of David Bowie's both visual and aural production of ''Year of the Diamond Dogs" tonight at 9 :30. The 'Concert to be presented in over 50 cities throughout the United States and Canada, deals with the collapse of an over-mechanized society and is a stage presentation of Bowie s album of the same name. All tickets are reserved and are $6.50 and $7 .50. Uriah Heep and Manfred Mann s Earth Band will appear Friday at the Bayfront Center in St. Petersburg. Limited Advance tickets are $5 while all oth ers are $6. Tic kets for both conc erts are available at Budget Tap e s R a sputins and the Music Library. f.ilm Series screens 1Wild Strawberries' BY JAN CARTER Oracle Entertainment Writer Ingmar Bergman's critically acclaimed film, "Wild Strawberries, will be screened tonight at 8 in LAN 103. Released in 1957, the 90minute film has been called Bergman's masterpiece. It deals with the life of an aging doctor The film unfolds during a day' s auto journey taken by the doctor to receive an honorary degree from a university. Victor Sjostrom portrays the troubled Dr. Isak Borg, while Ingrid Thulin plays his daughter-in-law Marianne, who accompanies him Through the vehicle of the journey, Borg s dreams, and reunions with characters from his past, thli! whole of the doc tor s life is revealed and examined. Various incidents during the course of the film further serve to elicit memories of the past from Borg and help him to resolve his coldness and bitterness. Borg and his daughter-in-law stop to pick up a hitchhiker, are in volved in an auto accident, and visit the doctor's home and elderly mother during the revealing journey. "Wild Strawberries" was awarded the Berlin Film Festival's Golden Bear, the Danish Academy Award, and the Venice Film Festival Critics Prize Award. Admission is $1. 1Shadow' shows Head Theatre features "The Shadow Behi n d the Mask" and three other films Friday and Saturday at midnight in LAN 103. Admission to see the three films is $1. "The Shadow Behind the Mask is a film thriller about the Shadow of radio fame. Action begins when Caine Richmond starring as the Shadow, discovers the existence of a criminal usfng his disguise The situations that e vol v e are complex and humorous. Dave Elman, spokesman for Head Theatre, said. "La Jetee" is a French film which shows what happens to a scence-fiction hero after WW III The film is subtitled in English, and is the winner of multiple international awards. The final feature, 'Insomnia,' is a spoof on Vampire horror films. The mood of the wavers between comedy and fright and builds to a surprise e nding. GRISSETT MUSIC Authorized Dealer Gibson, Yamaha, Epiphone Dobros R and a 11 Anwlifiers Used Guitars and Amps Lessons-Guitar, 5 String Banjo, Piano 8890 56th St. Temple Terrace 988-1419 STUDENT DISCOUNT WITH USF ID The most fun you can have with your clothes on .... WESTERN DENIM JEANS & SHIRTS LEVFs LANDLUBBER 5102-1/2 E. FOWLER AT HERALD SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER 985-3657 A four-minute short, the "Olympia Diving Sequence," is part of a 1939 film record, c ommissioned by Hitler, of the Oly mpics in Germany. The film is photographed in such a way that th e divers seem to be flying .M. 3440 SO. DALE MABRY 120 BULLARD PARKWA'f AT El PRADO TEMPLE TERRACE Open Nightly at 9 PM 3300 S Dale Mabry

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8-THE ORACLE HEW helps women sports JuJy 2, 1974 Three activities 1acing deadline Half of this summer's in ramural program has its entry tomorrow; with sign-ups in three-man basketball, pad dleball and tennis. Entry forms must be submitted *o PED IOO_ prior to 5 p.m. Editor's note-This is the first part of a two-part series on the effect of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare's CHEW) proposed regulations on equality of women in sports BY RINDY WEATHERLY Assistant Sports Editor HEW's new stand on equality for women in sports is slipping quietly by as SG takes respQn sibility for the allocation of the Activities and Service fee. But the HEW proposed regulatjons could have far reaching effects on the USF sports scene "ONCE THEY make these regulations laws, there will be a different approach to athletics than there was before," said JoAnne Young, USF's coor.. .. ... Oracle photo by Richard Urban .. .. .What goes up T\Vowildentlfled youngsters go up for the ball in a hardfought volleyball contest at the Argos court. The boys are' panlclpatlJig ln the sixth llDJiual National .Summer. outh Sports Program, hosted by USF JUiie 24-. A\ll l. sports_ 111britf ,f' '. \ The Equipment.:.RQom .(.GYM. 105Bl. is open fronHl a nL to 10 p :rn. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m,to6p.m .. 1tQ9 p.m. Sunday ... .. .... Students, staff.arid factiltymay ot.it without charge footballs, bask;etballs, softballs, bats .and other equipment upon presentation of a student or staff identification card'. Argi:>s swimming pool and the natatorium will not be available for recreational use during Qfr 4 Andros pool is open to students from 10 a m. to 10 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and from 10 r distortion-free recording Autcimalic ShutOff Pushbutton Operation Locking Fast Forward and Rewind Buttons Dual VU Meter Tape Select Switch for optimum recordJng characteristics when tJsing atandard and new chromium dioxide cassettes Microphone and Auxiliary Inputs Stereo Headphone Jack Walnut Base 199. 95 Sony Model TC-228 Elghl-Track Stereo Cartridge Recorder and Playback Deck Now you can record rour own Ubrary of eight-track for mobile or h?me. l1sten_1ng. With many exclusive Sony features, the TC-228 offers the ultimate 1n eight track versa11i1ty and performance. FEATURES: TMS (automatic Total-Me c hanism Shut-011) Manual Recording Volume Controls Autom alic and Manual Program Selection Th r ee-Way Eject System Automatic AC System Shut-Off Two VU Meters Sony Model TC"84DB ThreeMotor, Stereo Tepe Deck Fast-Forward Pause Contror with Lock Front-Panel M i crophone Input Jacks Line Oulput and Auxiliary Input Jacks Stereo Headphone Monilor Jack .Walnut Case This compact lnexpenalve; but feature-packed deck wllf fully aatlafy t he ater110 bull. FEATURES: unique Lever-Action Transport Control Solenoid-Operated Transport Functions Die-Cast Tape Gulde : and Head Block Mounting Frame Hyalleresta Synchronoua caratan .. Motor and Outer Rotbr llee Drive Motors Four-Digit Tape Counter .Bulll-ln Sound-onSound and Echo Mecilanlcal Memory Capablllty permits timer-activated record; playback, and atop modes Microphone/Line Mixing Three Heada tor Tape/Source Monlto ( ing and wlder Frequency Response . !'qualization allows optimum performance with alandatd tape or Sony low-noise, high-output tape : Large, lllumlnated VU Meters Calibrated to NAB Standards Pause Control with Lock BulltI n Reel Locks Scrape Fluller Fiiier .. SLH Tap!' Sample Included 253-0319 1539 S. DALE MABRY TAMPA, FLA. 33609

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-----------------------------------THE ORACLE-July 2, 1974 9 Butler quits post for. Maryland job BY DA VE MOORMANN Oracle Sports Editor Dr. Nelson Butler, associate professor of Leisure Studies, said he resigned his position at USF last we e k t.o become director of Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics al Salis bury (Md.) State College. The University of Tampa graduate, who received his PhD from Tennessee, will assum e his new po s t in mid-August. BEFORE" becoming involved in the Leisure Studies program last year, Butler had worked as USF's coordinator for recreational sports for four years ''I've had the best of both worlds,'' h e said of his work at USF. "I've been involved in the practical day to day operations and in the theoretical developments including writing and teaching But Butler said he became interested in the Salisbury State post when notified of its availability by the college's assistant to the president, a former student of Butler's. "I DIDN'T know much about it," he said of the college "but I went up there and I like their philosophy in athletics.'' A strong tennis power, Salisbury State, which carries 13 sports, recently joined the Mason-Dixon Conference. Yet the school awards no athletic scholarships, competing on the Division 3 level. Its tennis coach, Dean Burrows, was a classmate of Butler's at the university of Tampa. BUTLER SAID Salisbury State is beginning a Leisure Studies program next year -and is hiring a number of new faculty members throughout the college "Several aspects attracted me," he explained. "The opportunity to have an impact on the development of a new program in Leisure Studies would have to be number one I guess. "Number two, I've been here six years and I'd like to move on to greener pastures. And finally, it's always attractive to get an increase in salary and to be made a full proft!ssor Hell, you have to eat," said Butler Included in his duties at Salisbury State, Butler said, will be developing the athletic curriculum, administering the program and hopefully "to introduce new ideas" and add to the "humanization of athletics." .Oracle photo by Dave Moormann Noah's Ark? USF's Physical Education department seems to be prepared for another rain storm like the one which hit the Tampa Bay area last week. Meanwhile, these canoes outside the gymnasium will be used in Associate Professor Sam Prather: s canoe class. Prof to speak at conference UNIVERSITY BICYCLE CENTER Having already appeared as a speaker at the 20th Olympiad in Munich and at a host of other prestigious events, recently resigned (see story above) Dr. Nelson Butler has been invited to talk at the International Com mittee for the Sociology of Sport. The former associate professor in USF's Leisure Studies Program said he has been asked to present a paper entitled "Strike One: Survey of Public Attitudes Toward Baseball Strikes," at the Aug. 18 con ference at Toronto, Canada. Dr. Bill Gunter, assistant professor in USF's Sociology Department, aided Butler in researching and writing the work. "This is the first empirical piece done on the baseball T oo o WARNER BROS. Presents BLAZING SADDLES Show Times: 12-4-8 Midnight Shows Fri. & Sat. WARNER BROS. Presents BLUME IN LOVE Show Times: 2-6-10 TECHNICOLOR strike," said Butler of the paper which examines the 1972 baseball players' boycott. "We made an analysis of the peoples' attitudes about it." Butler said an interesting follow-up to the paper would be an investigation of the National Football League players' strike. Yet he said with his moving to Maryland, he won' t have the time. "Basically sport is a business," he said. "But the. average fan doesn't want to recognize it as a business. sport needs an examination of its issues." SALES and REPAIRS RALEIGH Franchised Dealer IM Softball FIRST HALF SCHEDULE Tuesday, July 2 Individuals Anonymous vs Infallible Zetans SAO vs SoftbaUers Again vs. Snow Thursday. July 4 Holiday-no games scheduled Tuesday, July !I Again vs. SAO Snow vs. Individuals Anonymous Infallibl e Zetans vs. Softballers Thursday July 11 Snow vs. SAO Infallibl e Zetans vs. Again Individuals Anonymous vs. Softballers Tuesday, July Hi Softballers vs. Again Snow vs. Infallible Zetans SAO vs. Individuals Anonymous Thursday, July 18 Softballers vs. Snow Individuals Anonymous vs. Again SAO vs. Infallible Zetans All games begin at 4: 15 p.m You'll save time and money later 1220 E. Fletcher Ave. Open 8:00 am -6:00 pm PHONE 971-2277

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10-THE ORACLE July 2, 1974 Opportunity aide MacKay to leave position Aug. 1 BY STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writer Maxine Mac Kay, special assistant for the Equal Op portunity program has resigned her duties, effective August 30, due to a cut in the position, she said last week. The position has previously been a full time job, MacKay said, but beginning Qtr. 1 it will be a part time position. "This is my strongest motivation for leaving," MacKay said. "It is not a part time position," she said. The cut is related to budgetary costs, MacKay said. CURRENTLY THE USF Administration is advertising for a replacement, MacKay said, but the ad does not specify the job for women's affairs. There have been numberous male applicants, she said, adding "it's a peculiar way to run an ad vertisement." She said position deals with aiding female employees in "discrimination" problems. "My job chiefly was to handle com plaints or cases. To have a place where faculty women can come." "I'm not the lawyer advocate of the complainer," MacKay said. "My role is arbitration." She said her office handled most complaints and then went to Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs or to the Academic Relations Committee. MACKA.Y SAID she "defined her job" to all University officials, deans and department chairman to insure her job was done, while her "basic job is monitoripg, making sure affirmative action is taken. "Affirmative action means ./' equal access to jobs," MacKay said. Equal opportunity originally was affirmative action, a "promise to make changes," but currently equal opportunity is "that personnel bullt.tin board WEDNESDAY Student Accounting Organization The Student Accounting Organization will hold an organizational meeting tomorrow at 2 p.m. in BUS 107. All interested students are invited to at tend. MONDAY Student Finance Association USF's Student Finance Association will meet every other Monday at 2 p.m. in BUS 106, starting July 8. The investment and stock-oriented organization is open t o all interested students. have an equal chance," MacKay said, Equal opportunity is a "parity of consideration," she said. One of MacKay's first jobs was to, college by college, equalize salaries. MacKay said she met up with some obstacles, especially "horrified" men, but said her program ran smoothly and successfully_ ; "There has been progress in many ways, acceptance really. Women accepted as professionals." THE AVERAGE salary of a Caucasian female is the lowest except for Spanish sur named women, MacKay said. IT seeks volunteers Intensive Tutorial (IT) and University Volunteer Services (UVS), two campus social action organizations, are holding recruiting drives this week. IT, the official tutoring agency for the Hillsborough County school system, runs a preventative intervention program using psychological and medical screening devices for children ages two through six. UVS has programs involving hospital work, convalescent and crisis centers, clinics, juvenile homes, parole and probation advising, a migrant child work program and a social welfare program. For more information call 2099 CIT) or 2388 (UVS), SOC 007. Oelcraft 15 & 17 Ft. Aluminum NOW RENTING: & Backpacks Easy Trails Camping Equipment 8711 N. 40th St. 988-0045 Thur., Fri. 9-9 Mon., Tues., Wed., & Sat., 9-6 OUTFITTERS FOR CAMPING, BACKPACKING, CANOEING {The selection ol Ory Food in the area) EL CEASAR'S ITALIAN FRIED CHICKEN 1 SPECIALIZING IN TAKE OUT ORDERS: I ( 11-;i,"J i Phone-in orders are welcome Fried Chicken ltatian Style 'f) Spaghetti '0J1 .,.i f or speedy service Ri11atoni !JI! }f ------l"l di II' \ Open Mon. Sat. Ham 9pm Sandwich es Village Prescription Center The only pharmacy in town with student, staff & faculty discount on 10938 N. 56th St. RX's Phone 988-3896 ll 2 \ll \ THIS Will BEA WOMEN'S SELF DEFENSE (ourse for lJSF women STUDENTS by USF blaek. helt Doug Duncan. /'.l S 'f & Th ,.. 6 ;;; ess1ons ues. : urs. ;)pm Sign up now in UC: 156 course starts immedialelv J Free for 6 week course SPONSORED BY STUDENT GOVT SMALL COMFORT TO YOU! BRAND NEW 1974 TOYOTA COROLLA 4-DOOR SEDAN E quipped with a 4 s p e ed t ransmission, r adio; heat e r body side moulding s accent stripes, reclining bucke t seals full w heel cov e r s white sidewall tire s trip odomete r cigarette lighter, wall to wall carpets, full console, power front disc brakes, elect ric rear window defogger. BANK FINANCING I NSTANT DELIVERY CIJ: i f 10909 N. Florida Ave. Exit 1-7 5 at Fowler West PHONE 933m6402

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( t: IJ A S S I H II ==ii ( HELP WANTED J r PERSONAL ) REPS WANTED-Represent nationally known brands of stereo equipment for established distributor. Excellent op portunity. Apply IMPEX ELECTRONICS, 15 William Street, N. Y. c. 10005. LAUNDROMAT attendant. Part time, eves. & weekends. Study on job. $1.90 hr. Call 935-0646 after 6 p.m. NEED EXTRA MONEY? Immediate opening for capable studentpart-time job as advertising salesman for the ORACLE. Must have car. Salary + mileage. See Alice, LAN 472. ( FOR RENT 7'hMINUTES FROMUSF ) New 2 bdr w-w carpet central heat and air, drapes, furn. $180-unfurn $155. Phone 988-6393. BEAUTIFUL i bedroom furnished apt. in well-kept bldg. W-W carpet, AC. $180 per month. 2 or 3 students can share. 13111 N. 23rd St. Phone 839-4318. SUMMER leases available at Colonial Gardens. Students welcome! 2 br, furnished or unfurnished-pool, rec room & laundry. See today. 2002 E 131st Ave. Phone 971 WANTED to rent or sublet furnished apt. or house, near USF campus. June-Sept. Mature couple with 1 well-mannered cat. Please call Ms. Hover 233-7471 after 5 p.m. CARSON OPTICAL 11710 Fla. Ave., 935-7a54. Eyeglasses, Rx sunglasses & photogray; plastic or hardened lenses made. Gold wire frames and fashioned frames. Duplicate broken lenses & repair frames. ALUMNUS asks help cheering 21 yr old nephew accident victim. 2 yrs in bed likely. Write Roy S Coker, RRno. 1, Rock Spring, Ga. 30739. ( FOR SALE l MAKE a price. Throw rug, roll-away cot, smaller cot no mattress, boat ladder, odds and ends, foot garb. can, small hamper, dishes. See at 7508 N. Tampania Ave. 14 fl. Fl BERGLASS sailboat w-irailer. Alum. mast daggerboard & tiller, S.S. rigging, dacron sails,, similar to AMF Force 5. $600 cash. Cali Joe 974-2625 or 988-7439. PINBALL machines for sale. Many to pick from $100 and up. Call 971-2899 between 4 and 6 p.m. WE HAVE denims in regular and bells, and cords in bells. Also boots, shirts & western hats. Only 10 min. from campus. Straight LA MANCHA DOS, Tampa's only student apt. complex. S72-S90 per month. 1 block from campus on 42nd St. 971-0100. J !eg Levi cords in 3 colors have just come ( 1n. Bermax Western Wear 8702 Nebraska REAL EST ATE Ave. M-AGD_A_L_E_N_E_S_h_o-resEstatesn-ThePric1111e""is MOBILE HOMES ) Right-$49,900. Executive type 3 BR 2 bath home 7 min. from USF. Roberta Marks, Associate, 238-3177 office, eves. 935-5820. Schulstad & Huffman, Inc. Realtors. 4 BEDROOM-2 Bath lurnished mobile home 711 W. Hillsborough. in peaceful wooded setting. 5 min. from USF. No lease required. $16S-mo. Call Bob, CULBRETH BAYOU AREA. Owner leaving town. See this lovely home today. 2 or 3 bdr., 21/2 baths, Fla. rm. Beautiful setting, 200 ft. lot, fenced backyard, w-w carpet, drapes, kit. equip., AC & many other features. Only $42,500. $5,000 down. owner will finance bal. Cail Gladys Rophie 151-0020. SHUMAKER & ROGERS 238-7913. TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES 988-4085. DELUXE 6 sleeper, 32'XB' quality trailer, furnished, air cond.-lleat, rotor antenna, wall-wall carpet, 2 water heaters, 2 refrig., full bath, plenty of storage. Fully set up and anchored. Only 5 min. from USF. See at Hidden Creek Circle, across from Lamplighter, Tampa, off Fowler after 5 p.m., Lot no. 48. ATTRACTIVE '72 mobile home for sale Has 2 bdrms, lg. living rm., AC. Like new; perfect for student couple. Please call 6894250. P" I SERVICES OFFERED l ... FAST accurate typing service. 48 hr. service in most instances. 2 min. from USF. Between 8:30 and 5 call 879-7222 ext. 238. After 6 call 988-3435. Ask for LiI. THE SECRETARIAT Word Processing Center. Professional typing-automatic equipment with many type styles. Fast Delivery. Call 933-4524. LSAT PREPARATION COURSE near USF. Half of our students scored over 600. 70 pt. improvement or your money back. 20 hrs., $60; course repeatable free. Attend first class free, no obligation. For info call (305) 854-7466. GRE PREPARATION COURSE near USF. Score 1000 or your money back. 18 hrs., $35; course repeatable free. Over 700 have taken our course in South Florida in the last 21/2 years. For info call (305) 854-7466. PHOTOGRAPHY portraits, weddings, parties, all types. Black and white or color. Quality work at reasonable prices. Call Howard 971-8989. SPECIALIZED TYPIST IBM CORRECTING Selectric, carbon ribbon, pica or elite, Greek symbols. Exp. Turabian, Campb2ll, APA, etc. 5 min. from USF. Nina Schiro, 971-2139 or 235-3261. r AUTOMOTIVE ) CHEAP TRANSPORTATION-'64 Chevrolet, 283 Cu. in., 4-door, reliable car, gets over 16 miles per gallon on regular gas. All this for only $100. Call Richard evenings at 988-0217. /iIShtila Dave Heinz Imports Sales Service Parts 238 8485 1101 E. Hillsboro. Ave. FLY TO Jamaica 4-7th July direct, Fly National Airways-Special Charter Package deals. These and many fantastic trips are i!Vailable for groups 4-44 persons. Freeport, Nassau, Haiti, San Juan, Antigua, "Mile High Afaire,11 Inc. provides direct air transportation, accomodations It the lowest possible cost. Contact Rob Mette 525-8741, St Petersburg; MHA is a registered non-profit Travel Club. I MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS I WANTED: We can sell your motorcycle fast. SlO fee is all you pay. We need 100 every week. AAA Cycle Exchange, 4119 Gunn Highway 933-7459. {TV, RADIO, STEREO) DON'T pay the high mail order prices. Thieve's Warehouse of Tampa 1531 s. Dale Mabry. 254-7561. WHIPPIN POST Now Playing-Fresh Squeezed Appearing until July 6 Albatross-A Great Group Appearing July 9 HAPPY HOUR TUES, WED, THUR & SAT. GIRLS FREE TUES, WED & THUR. 14727 N. FLA. SOUTH OF BEARSS AVE. .. .. .. NOW OPEN ffilJ i \ Grand Opening 7 Open House From 2-S pm Faculty & Staff are lrMted to join us ror social drinks Mone' Appointments 935-7689 Dragon Lady Hair Fashions Unisex Styling .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. THE ORACLE -July 1974 COMPLETE STOCK OF PHONO CARTRIDGES AND NEEDLES BY I P1cKER1NGI .. _____ "The right Pickering cartridge for your equipment is the best cartridge money can buy" that's the statement Pickering makes in its national advertising, and we subscribe to it fully. That's why at all times you'll find a complete selection of Pickering cartridges and replacement styli in our stock. These cartridges have been specifically designed and engineered not only to peak specifications and performance characteristics, but also to achieve total compatibility with your music system in order to help you get the most out of it. $72 You've Got A Friend (9Jworu 4612 E. BUSCH BLVD. PH. 988-7059 $90 month Furnished Apartments *Walk To Class *Swimming Pools, Tennis, Rec. Bldgs. TV Lounges Privacy 11 Reservations now being accepted for next fall, and for this summer. Specific opts. reserved on a 1st come 1st served basis. 1 Block from USF on 42nd St. Phone: 971-0100

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12-THE ORACLE July 2 1974 Boutwell fun d allocat10ns Donate on a R egular Blood Plasma Program and Receive up t o $60 a month. Bring Student ID or this ad and rece i ve a bonus with your first donation. to be.made in mid-July HYLAND DONOR CENTER 238 W. Kennedy Blvd Tampa, Fla. 33602 Although the 1974-75 fiscal y ear began yesterday state uni versities will not receive their allocations until m id July, State University System (SUS) Vice Chancellor for Ad ministrative Affairs Ken Bout well said yesterday. The allocations have been delayed because SUS officials have been working to implement legislative provisions of the appropriations bill, Boutwell said. The Legislature has changed funding regulations and the revisions are still being assessed, he said. "We have had to totally redo our enrollment, Boutwell said "It (funding) will still be based on student credit hours but some hours are no longer the basis of funds." Restrictions have been placed on the use of graduate assistant hours and doctoral dissertation hours, he said In projecting the Special award helps Picasso Contributions toward USF s "Bust of a Woman" Picasso project have been trickling in slowly but steadily, Terry Ed monson di r ector of University Development, said The University has collected -$-1-25 000 thus far, and needs to reach a min i mum of $500,000 before any construction can begin Edmonson said he believed the University's advertising campaign has been successful, although because we didn t directly ask for money, there i s no way to quantify the results The "Special Governor's Award for the Arts awarded to USF earlier this year for its endeavors in the project has added a tremendous boost to the University's efforts, Edmonson said fund a ppropr ia tions "yo u hav e to ge t out a crys tal ball," Bout w ell said Boutwell said he hopes to a nnoun ce som e budget figures to th e C ouncil of Pre sidents July 12. USF enrollment hits 9,600 for summer Summer enrollment has increased over last year s total and Director of Records and Registration Dennis Goodwin said yesterday one reason is probably because students are taking advantage of their last chance to pay a lump-sum tuition fee. "I would guess students are taking advantage of the current fee structure and anticipating the fall fee structure,'' Goodwin said. In the fall, students will pay fees on a per-hour basis Preliminary figures show about 9,600 enrolled but Goodwin said special student registrations are still being processed. These students, who are not required to meet any academic standards and are classified as non-degree seeking, are increasing he said "That is one thing that is growing by leaps and bounds, Goodwin said. "Special student enrollment is larger than our largest college The State University System (SUS) is preparing registration and drop-add guidelines to comply with the new fee structure SUS Vice Chancellor for Administration Ken Boutwell said yesterday, but it will probably not change procedures for special students. I HASSLE HASSLE AND A Getting a place to live can be I a hassle for next September I things to I I We can reserve a megaswift I 2BR duplex apt ($155 per mo) with A-C for you and roommates now, with a lease that I matches the school year. '---4_ NO HASSLES!!! Just a few I blocks from the campus with I two pools (swimming of course) I WOODCREST APARTMENTS= One block east of Fletcher and J. 56th St. ............. ....... .......................... ...... ... -4 appointment available to fit your class schedule Monday through Friday 8 :00 to 2 :30 CAMPUS CYCLERY BICYCLE CLINIC-BRING YOUR SICK BIKE TO US BICYCLE SALES AND REPAIRS ifl. .. t" enhance HOURS: -io-6: I0-5 SAT. 5224 FOWLER JBl!s Studio Ma s te r 200 It's JBL's b i g s tudio M o nit o r d r essed u p f o r c o mp a n y: o il e d walnut enclosure a nd sculp tured grille in Smo ke, R aven, Aegean o r Burgundy. Chanc e s ore tha t the ne x t sound you hem -roc k B oc h or Boch o r oc h -was recorded played b ock, mi xe d dow n a nd mas tered using a spe a ker like this Come hea r w hy. $657 each Available only at: 4812 E dUSCH BLVD. PH. 988-70S9

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Off-Campus Liv.ing Survival Manual If you 're going to school, or doing anything elsefor that matter, you;re going te n .eed a livable place to live in. The grades you make, emotional, academic and financial survival will depend fo a great extent on what your living situation is. That is the major reason Student Government is providing you with this booklet you have in your room at what time. Another thing-;-living off campus usually means that you have more than one room for yourself and your things This also means that you usually have more privacy, which can be really helpful when you're trying to study, or when you 'just don't want to be bothered. So far, we've been talking about advantages that deal mostly with your .state of mind-there are physical, "creature comfort" advantages too One is fur nishings: if you move into an unfurnished place, you can futnish it to suit your own tastes, if you move into a furnished place, it will almost undoubtedly be furnished more comfortably than a dormitory room. In 111ost places you will also have a lot more conveniences-your own kitchen, a private or semi-private bathroom, and a parking p!ace in clqse proximity to your living quarters. And, because you'll probably be doing your own cooking, you'll be able to i;;ave a considerable amount on eating expenses There are other advantages, most of which vary with. the type of living quarters you chose, these will be discussed in a later seetion dealing with suggested features to look for.: Whaf types. _of housing are available? The first thing you should know is what types of housing are available in the University area... The basic types of housing generally, in order of increasing rooms in privately. owned homes Modern, privately owned houses rent from $180 per month ;md up, and their owners are usually reluctant to rent to young, unmarried students 1' i? 00 ( '.:: ':>' 'l> qo v q,.,'-"'
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portant thing is to plan in advance; if you get in over your head in the beginning you may wind up having to drop out after only a quarter or so. The important thing is to make your plans in advance; if you don't will suffer as your financial situation disintegrates When should you start looking? You should start looking for a place to live as soon as you have figured out how much you have to spend, what you want to live in, and whether or not you' ll need a roommate(s). Its a good idea to looking a couple of months in advance. The longer you wait, the less choices you will have. Where should you start looking? If you're like most people, you probably won't have the time to spend a week or two in the USF area looking for a place to live but you still want to find something you ll like For that reason the USF Student Government operates an Off Campus Housing Office in room No. 156 in the University Center < phone 974-2419). The OCH Office is open four hours a day from 12-4 Monday through Friday ( 12-4 at publishing time-it can change> Student Government can help you in several ways in this area. First, the Office maintains a Master file of apartment complexes in the Tampa area; as a supplement there are available mimeographed lists of complexes within two miles of USF. The Master file forms on each complex tell you such information as: what types of apartments the complex has (no. of bedrooms); what the cost per month of each type is; what the complexes tenant "preferences" are; how many people are allowed per apartment; how long the lease is for; what types of security or damage deposits are required; if pets or children are allowed and if so are extra deposits required; and what types of physical features the complex and its individual apartments have to offer . In short the Master file form tells you about as much as you could hope to find out from a piece of paper If you want
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stores or at least at different stores on different weeks Another way to reduce food costs is to purchase food stamp s. In order to do this you must meet certa i n eligibility require ments as a household If you are a full time student, chances are you're eligible To get food stamps, you have to call the Food Stamp Office ( 2 2 3-5481) and make an appointment; this usually takes about one month You must then fill out an application which lists the expected recipients, their incomes, and expenses When you go to the Food Stamp Office for your appointment you must have verification of the incomes and expenses of all members of the household Your elegibility will then be determined by deducting the allowable expenses
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also have file copies of the leases being used by most apartment complexes in the area How to ovoid getting ripped off When you move into your new place, make a somewhat comprehensive list of the objects in the premises, especially if it is furnished Write down the condition of everything, noting particularly any damaged items. Both you and your landlord should sign this list, and both of you shi:mld keep a copy of it. You can obtain a checklist at the Student Govern ment office. This way you can't be held responsible for what isn't there or for damage you haven't done. The Florida State Legislature recently revamped the landlord-tenant laws (House Bill 1423). There has also been one recently passed dealing specifically with mobile homes U you break your lease you will usually lose your deposit. It is also the landlord's right to sue you for breach of contract, but this is virtually unheard of in this area. What about deposits? If your landlord rents 5 or more individual dwelling units and requires a security deposit or advance rent which is held for more than 6 months, these funds may not be commingled with other funds of the landlord. The landlord must notify the tenant in writing of the manner in which these monies are being held. If such funds are held by the landlord they must accumulate interest at 5 per cent per annum. If they are deposited in an interest bearing account of a Florida banking institution, you are entitled to at least 75 per cent of the interest payable on such accounts. You must be notified as to the interest rate and how and when you will be paid or credited with this interest. Payment must be at least once annually (83.49(2)). When the rental agreement is over and you
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Some Apartments AMBASSADOR APARTMENTS-9211 Campus court-988-1057 ; one and two bedroom furnished units; SlOO deposit; water and garbage Included in rent; one year lease; central air and heat; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers right off premises; swimming pool; no children; no pets; rent-one bedroom furni shed S 175; two bedroom furnished $205. -AMBASSADOR. COLLEGE OUPLEXES-4705 Citrus Circle-'188-1905; ten units; two bedroom furnished duplexes ; SJOO deposit; water and garbage Included in rent; one year tease; central air and heat; carpeting and drapes furnished; washer and dryer right off premises; swimming pool; no children; no pets ; rent-two bedroom furnished $185. BARCELONA APARTMENTS-8505 Barcelona Or.-at the corner of waters and .Himes--932-1789 ; 368 units; one, two and three-bedroom. unfurnished un i ts and to\llnhous es; 5100 deposit; water and _garbage Included in rent; 6 month or year lease; central air and heat; dishwasher, garbage disposal carpeting and furni$hed; washers and dryers on premises; a security force i s employed ; swimming pool, recreation room, lake and fishing; children allowed; 1 small pet-20 lbs or under-allowed; SJOO pet deposit; rent-one bedroom unfurnished $165-$170; two bedroom unfurnished 5195-$210; three bedroom unfurnished S245-S250; townhouse S275. BIENVILLE APARTMEN-TS-9305 Takomah Trail--988-0684; one and two bedroom furnished and unfurnished units; SIOO deposit; waler and garbage Included in rent; 6 month lease; some un its are central air and heal and some units have room units; carpeting and drapes fur-. nished; washers and dryers on premises; children allowed; small pets allowed; 'rentone bedroom furnished Sl55; one bedroom unfu1 nlshed Sl35; two bedroom furnished 5180; two bedroom unfurnished $155. S. BARAT APARTMENT5-Goldenrod and Hershey-'-5 miles east of USF-988-2513; 10 unlfs; two bedroom unfurnished duplexes; SIOO deposit ; water and garbage i ncluded in rent; 6 month, 9 month or year lease; room units with reverse cycle; carpeting and drapes furnished; small children allowed; small. pets allowed-S25 pet deposit; rent-two bedroom unfurnished $145. BRE"NTWOOD -APARTMENTS-11207 N 56th _Street-one bedroom furnished : apartments; S95 deposit; water and garbage Included in rent; 6 or 9 month 1ease; room units with reverse cycle; _carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; no children; no pets; rent-one bedroom furnished S135. BURLINGTON ARMS APARTMENTS14603 N. 43rd Street-971-2769; 80 units; one and two bedroom unfurnished and furnished units; s100 deposit In the old section and S150 in the new section; water and garbage Included in rent; 6 month, 9 month or one -year lease; central air and heal; dishwashers in the new' section, garbage dispasals; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on preni!ses; swimming pool; recreation room, tennis court, and sauna; no children; no dogs; sso non-refundable pet deposit; rent one bedroom furnished Sl50 Sl75; one bedroom unfurnished S130-Sl65; two bedroom furnished $195; two bedroom unfurnished 5175-5200. CAMBRIDGE SQUARE APARTMENTS-1270! N. 30th Street-971-6637 ; 100 units; one ; two' and three bedroom furnished and unfurnished units; SIOO deposit per family or S75 deposit per person; water and garbage included In rent; one year lease; central air and heat; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool; children allowed; no dogs; rent one bedroom furnished Sl75; one bedFoom unfurnished Sl45; two bedroom furnished S210-S215; two bedroom unfurnished $170-$175; three bedroom furnished S385; three bedroom unfurnished _S335. CAMELOT APARTMENTS.,.-13135 19th Street-971-5643; 20 units; efficiency furnished apartments, one bedroom furnished and two bedroom unfurnished; .s100 deposit; water and garbage Included in rent; pne year lease ; special summer lease; central air and heat; dishwasher and garbage disposal In the two bedroom apartments; carpeting and drapes fur. nished; washers and dryers on premises; chlldren--aflowed; no pets; rent efficiency Sl50; one bedroom furnished Sl80; two bedroom unfurnished $190. CEE BEE INCOME PROPERTIES-14006 .i" Northtown Courl-971-3558; 112 units; one bedroom furnished; S l 00 deposit ; water and garbage included In rent; will give special student leases ; room units with reverse cycle; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool ; 1 child up to three years of age allowed; no pets ;" no extra deposit; rent one bedroom fur nished S132.75. CENTENNIAL PLACE-5Uh and Puritan Road-988-5137; 232 units; efficiency, one, two and three bedroom unfurnished units and townhouses; SIOO deposit; water and garbage Included In rent; central air and heat; one year lease; dishwasher and garbage disposal; carpeting and drapes furnished;. washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool, recreation 6 OFF CAMPUS SURVIVAL MANUAL room, boat dock, tennis courts_, flshin!I dock, picnic area; children allowed; no pets; rent efficiency S125; one bedroom unfurnished Sl60 and up; two and three bedroom unfurnished priced by location with prices furnished upon request; 1wonhouse $295. CHALET APARTMENTS-5020 Busch Blvd.-988-8555 ; 244 units; one, two, three bedroom furnished and unfurnished units and two bedroom townhouses furnished and unfurnished; 5100 deposit if unfurnished; SlOO plus 535 for furnished one bedroom; S45 for furnished two bedroom; $60 for furnished three bedroom; water and garbage included In rent; 9 month lease with Isl and last month's rent in advance ; year lease; central air and heal; dishwasher and garbage disposal; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool, recreation room, and sauna; children allowed; no dogs; Indoor cats only; $50 pet deposit; rent. one bedroom furnished Sl50Sl60; two bedroom furnished S225; two bedroom unfurnished S180 Sl90; three bedroom furnished $300; three bedroom unfurnished $230-$245; two bedroom townhouse furnished $245; two bedroom twonhouse unfurnished $200. COLBY APARTMENTS-2800 E. lllh Ave -971-6461; 48 units; one and two furnished and unfurnished units; $100 deposit If unfurnished; $150 depasil if furnished; water and garbage included in rent; 6 month lease is $10 extra per month; one year lease ; central air and heal; garbage d i sposal; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool; children allowed; small pets allowed; S50 pet deposit; rent-one bedroom furnished 5154 $174; one bedroom unfurnished S135Sl49; two bedroom furnished 5194-5205; two bedroom unfurnished Sl65-Sl79 COLLEGE COURT APARTMENTS-15th and 143rd Ave.-971-9606; 40 units; one bedroom furnished and unfurnished units; S!OO deposit ; water and garbage included in rent; 3, 6 9 month or one year lease; room units with reverse cycle; carpeting anit drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; children allowed; pets allowed; sso non -refundable pet deposit ; rent one bedroom furnished Sl40; one bedroom unfurnished $130. COLLEGE PARK APARTMENTS-3600 Fletcher Ave.-9712118; 84 units; one and two bedroom unfurnished and furnished units and two efficiencies; S95 deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 9 menth or year lease; central air and heal in some units and reverse cycle room units; dishwasher and garbage disposal; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool and recreation room; no children; pets allowed; s100 pet deposit; rent one bedroom furnished S180; one bedroom unfurnished S150; two bedroom furnished $225; two bedroom unfurnished $195; ef ficiency furnished 5135; efficiency un furnished s120. COLONIAL GARDENS-2002 E. !31st Ave. -971-4977; 72 units; two bedroom furnished and unfurnished units; SIOO deposit; water and garbage Included In rent; 9 month and one year lease; central air and heat; dishwasher and garbage disposal; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swim ming pool and recreation room; children allowed; no pets; rent -two bedroom furnished $215; two bedroom unfurnished $195. COLONIAL OAKS APARTMENTS-14600 N. Nebraska; a11he corner of Nebraska and Skipper--971-4640; one and two bedroom furnished and unfurnished units; s100 deposit on one bedroom units; SISO deposit on two bedroom units; water and garbage included in rent; 9 month or one year lease ; they also have spec _ial short term leases; central air and heal In two bedroom units with rev&rse cycle room units In the one bedroom units; some apartments have dishwashers and gar bage disposals; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; a security force Is employed; swimming pool, recreation room, sauna and exercise room; children allowed; small pets allowed; sso pet deposit; rent one bedroom furnished Sl40-S185; one bedroom unfurnished Sl40-S185; two bedroom furnished $220; two bedroom unfurnished Sl85. CONLEE APARTMENTS-l:il9 E S ltka935.;478; 9 units; one and two bedroom furnished units; sso depos it; water and garbage Included In rent; 6 month lease; room units; carpeting and drapes fur nished; no children; no pets; rent one bedroom furnished S90; two bedroom furnished SlOO. CONTINENTAL VILLAS-10917 N. Bourbon court; at the corner of Florida and 109tlt933235l ; 100 units; one, two and three bedroom unfurnished units; $100 deposit; water and garbage Included In rent; one year lease ; central air and heal; dishwasher and garbage disposal; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool and playground; children allowid; small pets allowed; S50 non-refundable pet deposit; rent one bedroom unfurnished SISO; two bedroom unfurnished SllO; three bedroom unfurnished S255. DRUID HILLS APARTMENTS-2525 Busch Blvd. -988-7226 ; 44 units, two bedroom unfurnished units; $100 deposit ; one year lease; central air and heal; dishwasher and garbage disposal; carpeting and drapes furnished; washer and dryer hook ups ; married couples only; children allowed; no pets ; rent -two bedroom unfurnished Sl60. FERNWOOO GARDEN APARTMENTS-1701E.13lsl Ave. -971-4014 ; 130 units; one and two bedroom furnished and unfurnished units; SJOO deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 9 month or one year lease; central air and heal or room units; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises ; swim ming pool, picnic area; children allowed ; pets allowed; 550 pet deposit ; rent one bedroom furnished 5170; one bedroom unfurnished 5145; two bedroom furnished $190; two bedroom unfurnished S180. FONTANA HALL-4200 Fletcher Ave.-971-9550; 821 beds; dorm-like livlng; 2 lo a room; 4 per suite ; $50 deposit; 3 quarter lease for Quarter I, 2 quarter lease for Quarter II, I quarter lease for Quarter Ill; reverse cycle; furnished with a bed, desk and bureau combination, closet; complete bathroom facilities; linens furnished; washers and dryers on premises; a security force Is employed; swimming pool recreation room, T. V and study areas ; only singles; no pets ; 20 meal plan $480 per quarter; 15 meal plan $463 per quarter. FREDERICKSBURG APARTMENTS-13137 N 20th Streel-971-4413; 84 units; one and two bedroom furnished and un furnished units; S135 to 5150 deposit depending on apartment; water and garbage included in rent; one year lease ; central air and heal; dishwasher and garbage disposal; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool, recreation room and barbecue area; child under two allowed in 2 bedroom; no pets; rent one bedroom furnished $170; one bedroom unfurnished 5145; one bedroom with patio furnished Sl80; one bedroom with patio unfurnished $155; two bedroom, l bath with patio furnished $190; two bedroom, 1 bath with patio unfurnished Sl65; two bedroom two bath furnished 5225; two bedroom two bath unfurnished 5190. GATES APARTMENTS-14001 N 30th Streel-971-6776; 230 units; one and two bedroom furnished and unfurnished un its; SIOO deposit; waler and garbage included in rent; one year lease; central air and heal; dishwasher and garbage disposal; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; a security force is employed; swimming pool, recreation room and tennis courts; children allowed; pets allowed; S75 pet deposit; rent one bedroom furnished $180; one bedroom unfurnished 5155; two bedroom furnished $205 or $215; two bedroom unfurni shed $170-$180. GRANADA APARTMENTS-7015 N 561h Slreet-988-7305 ; 110 un its; two, three and foilr bedroom unfurnished units; $125 deposit for 2 bedroom; s 175 deposit for two bedroom deluxe; $175 deposit for three bedroom ; $250 deposit for 4 bedroom; water and garbage included in rent; one year lease; central air and heal; dish. washers; washer and dryer hook-ups In some units; washers and dryers on premises; a security force is employed; swimming pool, recreation room, children's pool, fenced playground; children allowed; small pets allowed ; SIOO pet deposit; rent -two bedroom un furnished 5195; two bedroom deluxe un furnished 5255; three-bedroom unfurnished $295; four bedroom unfurnished $350. GREENBRIAR VILLA-13214 Bun Circle; 15th and Flelcher-971-5351; 80 units; one and two bedroom unfurnished and fur nished units; s100 deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 6 month and one year lease; central air and heal; dish washer in two bedroom only; garbage disposal; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swim ming pool, pulling green; no children; no pets; rent one bedroom furnished $165; one bedroom unfurnished S 145; two bedroom unfurnished S170; two bedroom furnished 5195: GREEN OAK VILLA-14610 N. 42nd Street971-1424; 78 units; one and two bedroom furnished units; $125 to $185 deposit depending on the apartment; water and garbage included in rent; leases vary; central air and heat or room units; dish washers and garbage disposal; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool and recreation room; children ;illowed; no pets; rent-one bedroom furnished S125-S145; two bedroom furnished Sl75 Sl85 GREENTREE VILLAGE-13800 N 39th St. -971-1566; studios, one, two and three bedroom unfurnished units; SIOO deposit; water and garbage included In rent; 9 month lease with 5 per cent increase In monthly rent or one year lease ; central air and heat ; dishwashers and garbage disposal; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; a security force is employed; swimming pool, recreation room, tennis courts, sauna and exercise room; children allowed; small pets under 14 Inches allowed; SlOO per pet deposit; rentstudio unfurnished 5145; one bedroom unfurnished Sl65S175; two bedroom l bath unfurnished S195; two bedroom 2 bath unfurni shed S210; three bedroom unfurnished $240; they prefer graduate students and faculty. HIDEAWAY APARTMENTS-1904 E l31sl Ave. -988-8435 ; 12 units; one bedroom unfurnished units; SlOO deposit ; water and garbage included In rent; 6 month or one year lease ; central air and heat; carpeting and drapes furnished; l child allowed; pets allowed; SSO pet deposit with S25 non refundable; rent one bedroom unfurnished 5135. HIGHLANDER APARTMENTS-2016 E Ills! Ave. -971-3338 ; 64 units; efficiency, one and two bedroom furnished and un. furnished units; S50 for single or 575 for family deposit ; water and garbage in eluded in rent ; 6 month minimum or one year lease; central air and heal; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool; children allowed; pets allowed in East building; rent -efficiency unfurnished S95; ef ficiency furnished Sl!O; on_ e bedroom furnishecl 5160; one bedroom unfurnished $140; two bedroom furnished S190; two bedroom unfurnished $160; $50 pet deposit I NOi ES EAST APARTMENTS-4603 Whiteway Ave -988-7186 ; 64 units; oen and two bedroon1 furnished units; $100 deposit; water and garbage Included in rent; 9 month or one year lease; room units with reverse cycle; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises ; swimming pool; no children; allowed; $100 pet deposit; rent one bedroom furnished Sl65; two bedroom furnished $185. LA BELLE VILLA-13712 N. 15th Slreel-971; one and two bedroom furnished and unfurnished units; 5100 deposit ; water included I n rent-garbage 54.50; lease ends in September no matter when you rent; central air and heat; dishwasher and garbage disposal; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool and recreation room; small children allowed under two years and over twelve; no pets; rent one bedroom furnished sr75 ; two bedroom furnished $215; the older apartments may be 510-515 less LA MANCHA OOS-13717 La Mancha Court-971-0100; 296 units; dor!Yl-like living four bedroom townhouses; for singles only; 4 to a townhouse ; $7 5 deposit ; water and garbage included in rent; 9 month or one year lease; central air and heal; carpeting and drapes furnished; each bedroom i s equipped with a bed and desk-bureau combination and closet; there is one bathroom on the second floor; the first floor is furnished with a complete kitchen, living room, dining room and bathroom; washers and dryers on premises; a security force is employed; swimming pool, recreation room, tennis courts, basketball court and grills; no children; pets allowed; $75 non-refundable pet deposit ; rent S67-S90 a month depending on individual leases; they will place you with three other singles lo fill up the townhouse They now have two saunas and 2 recreation buildings. LA MIRADA-1810 E !31st. Ave-971-3784; 112 units; one and two bedroom un furnished units; $100 deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 6 monll! or one year lease; central air and heat; dish washers and garbage disposals and selfcleaning ovens; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pools (2), recreation room, sauna and exercise room ; no children; pets allowed; $75 pet deposit; one bedroom unfurnished $160-$170; two bedroom unfurnished S220. LEAH VILLA APARTMENTS-14302 N. 22nd Streel-9717570; 1240 units; one bedroom unfurnished and furnished units; s100 deposit ; water and garbage included in rent ; one year lease ; room units with reverse cycle; carpeting and drapes furnished; swimming pool; 1 child allowed; no pets; rent one bedroom furnished Sl33-S15l; one bedroom un furnished Sll8Sl28. LEISURE W000-2210 E. 13lsl Ave.-9712019; 30 units now, 60 units by January; one bedroom furnished units; SIOO deposit; water and garbage Included in rent; 6 month lease; room units with reverse cycle; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swim ming pool, recreation room; children allowed; pets allowed; no additional pet deposit ; rent_ one bedroom furnished $150. MISSION HILLS APARTMENTS-5158 Bernard Circle off Mission Hills Road988-8232; 120 units; one and two bedroom unfurnished units; SIOO deposit; waler and garbage Included in rent; one year lease ; central air and heat; d i shwashers and garbage disposal ; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; a security force Is employed; swimming poal and recreation room; children allowed; pets allowed; deposit for pet Is to be negotiated; rent one bedroom unfurnished Sl6S; two bedroom unfurnished Sl85 NORMANDY PARK APARTMENTS-11110 N 56th Street-988-5877; 144 units; one two and three bedroom furnished and unfurnished units; S95 deposit; water and garbage Included In rent; one year lease ; central air and heal; dishwashers and garbage disposal; carpeting and drapes furnished; washer and dryer hook-ups; a security force Is employed; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool, recteatlon room, basketball court, tennis

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.. 1n the USF Area courts; children llowecl 1 sm.11 pets ll1>wed; SSO non-1"9fundbl pet fft; rent one bedroom furnished S200; one bedroom unfurnished S160; two bedroom furnished S240-S275; two bedroom unfurnished S190-S225; three bedroom furnished $315; ttiree bedroom unfurnished $225. NORTHSIDE VILLA APARTMENTS-1215 Northside Driv-971-5236; 320 units; one and two bedroom furnished and un furnished !Jnits; SlOO deposit; all Utilities paid except electricity; 6 month lease on one bedroom, one year lease on two bedroom; wall units with reverse cycle; dishwashers and garbage disposals with a trash compactor in 2 bedroom; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; a security forc:e is employed; swimming pool, recreation room, _sauna, tennis courts; children allowed; no pets; rent one bedroom furnished $155; one bedroom unfurnished $135-$140; two bedroom furnished .$17S; two bedroom unfurnished $155. PARADISE APARTMENT.S-1411 E. 131st Ave. -,-971-1696; 122 units; one and two bedroom furnished and unfurnised units; s100 deposit with $2S non-refundable; water and garbage included i n rent; 9 month or one year lease; central air and heat or room units with reverse cYcle; dishwashers and garbage disposals in some units; carpeting and drapes fur nished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool and recreation room; children allowed; no pets; rent one bedroom furnished $13S-S1SO; one bedroom unfurnished S13S; two bedroom furnished $160-5195; two bedroom unfurnished $160-$170. PARK PLACE APARTMENTS-3400 E. Fletcher-971-7498; 92 units; one and two bedroom furnished units and unfurnished; S9S deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 6 or 9 month or one year lease; central air and heat; dishwashers and garbage disposal; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; a secur-ity force is employed; swimming pool and recreation room; children allowed; pets allowed; SIOO deposit for pets with SSO non-refundable; rent one bedroom furnished $190; one bedroom unfurnished S1SS; two bedroom furnished S220; two bedroom unfurnished S17S. PARK ORCHID CIRCLE-11728 Park Or chid Circle, at 14th and 117th Ave.-988843S; 32 units; one bedroom unfurnished units; $100 deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 6 month or one lease; central air.and heat; carpeting and drapes furnished; children allowed; pets allowed; $50 pet deposit with $25 non refundable; rent one bedroom un furnished S 135. THE PINES APARTMENTs-11j11 N. 22nd Street-971-1000; 168 units; efficiency, one and two bedroom furnished and unfurnished units; SJOO deposit per family; $75 deposit per person; water and garbage included in rent; 6 m -cnth or one year lease; central air and heat in one and two bedrooms with r .oom units in efficiencies; garbage disposals; carpeting and drapes furnished; a security force is employed; swimming pool, recreatiori room, sauna, exercise room, putting green, volleyball courts; children allowed; pets allowed; $15 pet deposit; rent -efficiency furnished $135; one bedroom furnished S 180; one bedroom unfurnished $150; two bedroom furnished S24S; two bedroom unfurnished $190. PINE TREE VILLAS-Davis Road in Temple Terrace-988-0234; 36 units; two bedroom unfurnished; $100 deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 6 month lease; room units with reverse cycle; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; children allowed; pets allowed; S50 pet deposit; rent -two bedroom unfurnished S15S. PLANTATION APARTMENTS-10605 N. 56th Street-988; 126 units; one, two and three bedroom unfurnished units; SlOO deposit on one and two bedroom units; S150 deposit on three bedroom units; water and garbage included in rent; 9 month and one year leases; central air and heat; dish washers; carpeting and drapes furnished; washer and dryer in three bedroom; washers and dryers on premises; a security force is employed; swimming pool, receation room, sauna, exercise room; children allowed; small pets allowed; $100 pet deposit with S75 refundable if there is no damage; rent one bedroom unfurnished S 175; two bedroom unfurnished S200; three bedroom un furnished S280. PRINCE MANOR APARTMENTS-2300 13lst Ave.-97l-87SO; 232 units; one, two and three bedroom unfurnished units; $100 deposit; water and garbage included in rent; one year lease; central air and heat; dishwashers and garbage disposal; carpeting and drapes furnished; washer and dryer in two and three bedroom units; washers and dryers on premises;_ a security force is employed; swimming pool, recreation room, sauna, tennis court; children allowed; small pets allowed; S50 pet deposit; rent one bedroom un furnished $175-S 180; two bedroom un furnished S210-S220; three bedroom unfurnished S260. RIVER BEND APARTMENTS-7400 N. 56th Stree?-988-9121; 296 units; one, two and three bedroom unfurnished units; SlOO deposit; water and garbage included in rent; one ye air lease; central air and heat; dishwashers and garbage disposal; car peting and drapes furnished; three bedroom wutier nd dryer hook-ups; washers and dryers on premises; security force is employed; swimming pool, recreation room, tennis courts; children allowed; small pets allowed; SS pet fee per month; rent one bedroom unfurnished S16S-S190; two bedroom un furnished S205-S21S; two bedroom un furnished two bath S235-S270; three bedroom unfurnished $285-$308. RIVER CLUB APARTMENT5-4S15 Rome Ave.-238-7968; 400 units; one, two and three bedroom unfurnished units; s100 to $125 deposit; water and garbage included in rent; one year lease; central air and heat; dishwashers and garbage disposals; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers _and dryers on prernises; swimming pool; tennis courts, sauna, exercise room; children allowed; "no rent one bedroom, 1 bath $1SS-$180; one bedroom 1'12 bath townhouse $190-$215; two bedroom, 21/2 bath townhouse $230-$2SS; two bedroom 2 bath S230-$2S5; three bedroom 2 bath $275-$285. RIVER DEL REY APARTMENTS-SOOS. Sierra Plac-988-7S41; 658 units; ef ficiencies, one, two and three bedroom unfurnished units and one, two and three bedroom townhouses; $100 deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 6 month and one year leases; central air and heat; dishwashers and garbage disposals and some trash compactors; carpeting and dril>pes furnished; laundry facilities on premises and washer-dryer connections some apartments; indoor and outdoor swimming pools, recreation roem, sa una, exercise .room, tennis courts, playgound; children allowed; pets under 2S lbs. with S100 pet deposit; rent -efficiency un furnished 514S; one bedroom unfurnished S170-S190; two bedroom unfurnished.S210 to S290; three bedroom unfurnished 5270-$350. SAFARI APARTMENTS-4113 E. Linebaugh-988-2861; efficiency, one and two bedroom furnished units; S100 deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 6 month lease; central air and heat in the two bedroom, with reverse cycle room units in the other units; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool; children allowed; dogs allowed; $100 pet deposit; rent -efficiency Sl2S; one bedroom fur nished $150; two bedroom furnished $190-s200. SAN MORA APARTMENTS-13911 N. 19th Street-971-. 8346; 56 units; one and two bedroom unfurnished and furnished units; $125 deposit unfurnished apartments and $1SO deposit on furnished units; water and garbage included in rent; 6 month lease; central air and heat; room units with reverse cycle; dishwashers in two bedroom; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swim ming pool; one child allowed; no pets; rent one bedroom furnished $155; one bedroom unfurnished $140; two bedroom furnished S185; two bedroom unfurnished $165. SCOTT'S MOTEL APARTMENTS-S242 Fowler 8 units; efficiency, one and two bedroom furnished units; no deposit; no lease; rbom units with reverse cycle; carpeting and drapes furnished; children 10 years and older allowed; no pets; rent-efficiency S90 plus utilities; one bedroom furnished S 125 plus utilities; two bedroom S 16S plus utilities. SEAFORD VILLA APARTMENTS-2S16 Seaford Circle at 25th and Skipper -971-2333; 200 units; one and two bedroom unfurnished units; S 100 deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 9 month or one year lease; central air and heat; dish washers and garbage disposals; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; washer and dryer hook-ups in each apartment; two swimming pools; children allowed; pets allowed; $100 pet deposit; rent one bedroom unfurnished S 1 SS; two bedroom unfurnished S 185. SEVEN OAKS APARTMENTS-15303 Mitchell Street, one block off Nebraska and Bearss-971-0440; i2 units; one bedroom furnished and unfurnished; S95 water and garbage included in rent; 6 month leasP.; room units with reverse cycle; carpeting furnished; washers and dryers on premises; large playground and picnic area; pets allowed; rent one bedroom furnished S 165; one bedroom unfurnished S140. SHADY OAKS VILLA-South east corner of Walker and Ripley in Thonotosassa--876-8383; one and two bedroom unfurnished units; s100 deposit plus the last month's rent; 6 month lease; reverse cycle air; carpeting and drapes furnished; shaded picnic area; one child allowed; one small pet allowed; S25 non-refundable pet fee; rent. one bedroom unfurnished S125; two bedroom unfurnished S145. SOCIETY PARK APARTMENTS-6919 Bonair Drive, 56th between Hillsborough and Busch-988-1136; 225 units; one and two bedroom furnished and unfurnished units; S100-Sl50 deposit; water and gar bage included in r ent; 6 month or one year tease; central air and heat; dishwasher and garbage disposal; carpeting furnished; washer and dryers on premises; swimming pool; children allowed; no pets; rent one bedroom furnished S201; one bedroom unfurnished S; one bedroom unfurnished with a den S 182; two bedroom unfurnished Sl9S; two bedroom, two bath unfurnished $200. SPANISH VILLA AP.ARTMENTS-13121 N. 23rd Sfrett-f77-0lOS; I units; one bedroom unfurnish"ed units; $100 depo!lt; wter and garnge included; 6 or 9 month or one yen lease; room units with reverse eyelet cupeting and dr1pes furnished1 washen and dryers on premises; small children allowed ;small pets allowed; $50 pet deposit; rent one bedroom un furnished S14S. SPAINISH VILLIA APARTMENT5-404 S. Newport-no phone1 21 units; efficiency and one bedroom furnished units; 550 deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 6 month lease; room units with reverse cycle; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; small children -allowed; no pets; rent -efficiency $100; one bedroom furnished s12s. STONEHENGE APARTMENTS--13144 N. 20th-971-4818; 41 units; one bedroom furnished units; $100 deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 6 or 9 month or one year lease; central air and heat or reverse room units; carpetin9 and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; children allowed; nc cats; $25 pet deposit; rent large one bedroom furnished $t50; small bedroom furnished $140. SUMMIT WEST APARTMENTS-11SOO Summit West Blvd_, Temple Terrac-988llOS; 264 units; one, two and three bedroom unfurnished units; one month's rent is the deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 9 month or one year lease; central air and heat; .dishwashers; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool, recreation room, tennis courts, picnic area, basketball court; children allowed; pets allowed; s100 deposit for pets; rent -one bedroom unfurnished S160; two bedroom unfurnished $200; three bedroom unfurnished S23S. SWISS VILLA APARTMENTS-1430S Lucerne Driv-971-67SS; .106 units; one and two bedroom furnished or unfurnished units; S100 deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 6 or 9 month or one year lease; central air and heat; dishwashers and garbage disposals; carpating and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool, recreation room, tennis courts; children allowed; rent one bedroom furnished $170; one bedroom unfurnished $160; two bedroom furnished $22S; two bedroom unfurnished $200; luxury two bedroom unfurnished $230; pets allowed; $100 non-refundable pet deposit. TERRACE APARTMENTS-264 Willow971-4179; 46 units; one bedroom furnished units; $100 deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 6 or 9 month or one year lease; room units with reverse cycle; carpeting and drapes furnished; no children; pets allowed; $50 pet deposit; rent-one bedroom furnished with one year lease $13S; 6 month lease $140. TERRACE HILL APARTMENTS ( duplexes)-9608 46th Street-988; 16 units; one bedroom furnished duplexes; $95 deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 6 month lease; r'oom units with reverse cycle; carpeting and" drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; no children; no pets; rent-one bedroom furnished S13S. TERRACE PARK APARTMENTS-5518 Terrace Court-Y88-28S1; 128 units; one and two bedroom furnished and unfurnished units; S95 deposit; water and garbage included In rent; 6 or 9 month or one year lease; central air and heat; dish washers and garbcige disposals; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; a security force is employed; swimming pool and recreation room; children allowed; pets allowed; 5100 pet deposit with $SO nonrefundable; rent-one bedroom furnished S195; one bedroom unfurnished S160; two bedroom furnished S225; two bedroom unfurnished S185; two bedroom 2 bath S23S; two bedroom 2 bath unfurnished. S190. UNIVERSITY. APARTMENTS-4314 Fletcher Avenue-971; 17 units; one and twO bedroom furnished and unfurnished units; one months rent is the deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 9 month or one year lease; central air and heat; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool; USF students only; children allowed; no pets; rent-one bedroom furnished S15S; one bedroom unfurnished S130; two bedroom furnished s 185; two bedroom unfurnished S 160. UNIVERSITY OAKS APARTMENTS-1405 E. 1271h Ave.,-971 1307; 60 units; one and two bedroom furnished and unfurniShed units; SlOO deposit on one bedroom; S190 deposit on two bedroom furnished; s 170 deposit on two bedroom unfurnished; water and garbage included in rent; one year lease; central air and heat; dish washers and garbage disposals in two bP.droom units; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; infants allowed in two bedroom; pets allowed; S2S pet depo sit; rent-one bed furnished s 140; one bedroom unfurnishe d S130; two bedroom unfurnished S 170; two bedroom furnished s 190. VILLA CAPRI APARTMENTS-14400 N. 22nd Street-9713480; 96 units; one and two bedroom unfurnished units; S99.SO deposit or S50 per student; water and garbage included In rent; one year lease; central air and helit 1 dishwasher11 carpeting and drapes furnished; -shen and dryers on premises; swimming pool nd recreation room; one child; no pets; rent one bedroom unfurnished .$145; two bedroorn unfurnished $170. VILLAGE APARTMENTS-2600 113th Avenu-977-4728; 184 units; one and two bedroom unfurnished units; one month rent is deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 6 month or one year lease; central air and heat; carpeting and drapes furnished; swimming pool, recreation room, sauna, bar-!>-que area; children under 12 allowed; pets allowed upon approval by owner; $50 pet deposit; rent-one bedroom unfurnished Sl50; two bedroom unfurnished $170. THE WAY APARTMENTS--10610 N. 30th Street-977; 224 units; one, two and three bedroom unfurnished units; $100 deposit for the one and two bedroom; $1S0 deposit for the three bedroom; water and garbage included in rent; one year lease; central air and heat; dishwashers and garbage disposals; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool and recreation room and health club; children allowed; pets up lo 1S inches allowed; $100 pet deposit; rent-one bedroom unfurnished $149; two bedroom unfurnished S204; three bedroom furnished $276. WEDGEWOOD APARTMENTS-46th Street N. of Fletchel'-971-5030; one and two bedroom unfurnished units; S150 deposit; water and garbage included in rent; one year lease; central air and heat; dishwashers and garbage disposal; car peting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers premises; swimming pool and recreation .room; children allowed; rent one bedroom unfurnished S 165; two bedroom unfurnished one bath $185; two bedroom unfurnished two bath $195-210. WE.LL'S DUPLEXES-On Seneca 2 blocks s. of Whiteway-'1886703; 16 units; two bedroom unfurnished units; 1st and last months rent plus SlOO deposit; water included in rent; one year lease; room units with reverse cycle; drapes furnished; no children; no pets i rer.t-two bedroom unfurnished S1SS. WESTCHESTER MANOR-401 Westchester Court-932-S393; 168 units; efficiency, one, two, three and four bedroom unfurnished units; SlOO deposit; water and garbage included in rent; one year lease; central air and heat; dishwashers and garbage disposals; carpeting and drapes fur nished; washers and dryers on premises; a security force is employed; swimming pool, recreation room, tennis courts, playground; children allowed in the three and four bedroom units; pets allowed 2S lbs. and under; sso non-refundable pet fee; rent-efficiency unfurnished Sl4S; one bedroom unfurnished $165; two bedroom unfurnished $165; two bedroom un furnished $19S; three bedroom un furnished $270; lour bedroom unfurnished $300. WINWARD TERRAC.E-1816 Fletcher Ave.-971-5143; 216 units; two bedroom furnished and unfurnished units; $100 deposit; water and garbage includedin rent; one year lease; central air and heat; dishwashers and garbage disposals; carpeting ant1 drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool; no children; no pets; rent-two bedroom furnished $215; two bedroom unfurnished $185. WOODCREST Dottie Driv-988; 336 units; two bedroom furnished and unfurnished units; $100 deposit per family or sso deposit per person; water and garbage included in rent; 9 month or one year lease; central a1r and heat or reverse cycle room units; garbage disposals; carp"ting and drapes furnished; and dryers on premises; swimming recreation room; children allowed; pets allowed; S50 pet deposit; rent-two bedroom furnished S165S; two bedroom unfurnished S14SS175. W. T WARD APARTMENTS-1220S N. 16th Street-971-52S4; one bedroom furnished and unfurnished t 396 units; 5100 deposit for single or couple; S75 deposit per person for two singles; water and garbage included in rent; one year lease; reverse cycle room units; drapes furnished and carpeting in some; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool and tennis courts; one child allowed; no pets; rent. one bedroom furnished S62-128; the same prices as quoted aboveapply to the un furnished apartments. YELLA UMBRELLA-13129 N. 19th Street-971-1638; one two bedroom un furnished units; $100 deposit; one year lease; central air and heat; dishwashers and garbage disposals; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool and recreation room; children allowed; no pets; rent-one bedroom unfurnished SlJS-145; two bedroom unfurnished S 110.200. Of course, you probably have a lot of questions we didn't here, particularly if you are new to the area. Feel free to slop by the Student Government Office in UC 156 (974) anytime to talk about any questions or complaints you have. After all, the only r e ason we are around is to help you. Thanks. OFF CAMPUS SURVIVAL MANUAL 1


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