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thursday's 0 R A c L Aug. 15, 1974 t! Vol. 9 No. 56 !I; 16 pages_ Finance Committee moves back Yesterday, the Student Finance Committee began moving back to its office in ADM 151 after spending a year headquartered in the UC. Above, (from left) Anita Kelly, Alan Jotkoff, a USF maintenance man and Gerry Lopez begin the move to the Administration Building. At right, the Finance Committee officials signal their victory upon recovering their old place. See related editorial, page 4. Faculty files issue may end in lawsuit BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Editor Attempts by the Board of Regents (BOR) to keep faculty evaluations confidential may spark another confrontation with the Florida Cabinet and the issue may be decided by a lawsuit, Deputy Atty. Gen. Baya Harrison said yesterday. "It may looni as a possible dispute," Harrison said. "We might end up having to litigate it." EVALUATION FILES are. now classified "limited access" by the BOR because Regents fear disclosure of the files may spark invasion of privacy lawsuits, BOR Corporate Secretary Hendrick Chandler said yesterday. He said BOR Chairman Marshall Criser has written to university presidents instructing them to withhold evaluations unless the person seeking the information has a court order. Chandler and State University System Director of Personnel and Faculty Relations George Bedell said Criser's letter was based on a recent Leon County case. In that case the Tallahassee Democrat sued to obtain a committee's evaluation of several athletic figures at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. Judge Hugh -Taylor ruled that the Regents could legally withhoid the evaluaiions at issue'. "The Cabinet has rescinded the limited access regulation,'' Harrison said. "The position of the Cabinet is these faculty files open." THE CABINET, which must approve or disap prove all BOR policy, okayed a plan which for confidentiality of evaluations several mon_ths ago. However, Cabinet officials have said the sectiOn refering to the evaluations was "buried'' slipped -through unQ.oticed. Because of this, the Cabinet last spring. repealed its. approval of secret files. The Cabinet's authority to repeal one of its own rulings is in now Harrison said the Cabinet wants the records open and feels Florida Statute 119 provides no exemption evaluations. --. "OUR ADVICE is the University shouid allow ; the'. public access to those evaluations,'' Harrison, sa:ld -'.'.I really favor an independent BOR. In this case;. the universities are trying to pit the Cabinet a 'gainst _the_ BOR." Harriso, n said the controversy was case of universities causing their own problems. "It is like when you are at USF they try to telf you it is the professors and students all the troiible,'.' he said. "This is another. example of when the ministration creates its own controversy." Mall open today BY STEVE SPINA Oracle Staff Writer University Square Mall, Hillsborough C01mty's 35th and largest shopping complex, opens today with approximately 30 of its 108 stores ready for business Mall manager, Dick Taylor said the mall located one quarter mile west of USF on Fowler Avenue, would hopefully have all its stores by late spring, in-eluding four movie theaters ; Although SEAC assistant Director Fran Lala said she expected the mall's theaters "to offer some c9mpetition to campus sponsored films," she said SEAC retained an advantage not charging admission for some of its films "There will be an adjustment period I'm sure," she said however Continued on page 14 New sign-up plan adds responsibility BY MIKE KASZUBA Oracle Managing Editor The new Board of Regent-initiated registration fee payment policy to start Qtr. 1 "will put the burden of responsibility on the student," John McGlinchy, assistant USF comptroller, said yesterday. UNDER THE new structure, undergraduate courses (499 course level and below) will cost residents $13 per credit hour and non-residents $37 per credit hour Graduate courses (500 course level and above) will be$16.50for residents and $40.50 for non-residents per credit hour "The important thing a student has to remember is that the fee payment is considered by course level, not by, student classification," McGlinchy said "So, an undergraduate student taking graduate courses will have to pay graduate fees." In addition, McGlinchy said students enrolled for five or more credit hours must pay a $6 health fee per quarter. Students taking four or fewer credit hours may voluntarily pay the $6 if they want health service, he said. STUDENTS who fail to pay all registration fees by the Oct. 18 deadline may petition a special committee under the new Continued on page 11 5111111111111111111111111111111111


, 2 THE ORACLE August 15, 1974 Cyprus cease-fire sought UNITED NATIONS Delegates to the United Nations Security Council yesterday unsuccessfully sought ways to enforce its demand for an im mediate cease-fire on Cyprus. An urgent meeting scheduled for late last night after private meetings throughout the day was postponed until 11 a.m. EDT today without explanation. Delegates conferring among themselves failed to find widespread agreement on steps the 15-member council could take to stop the shooting and get peace talks restarted in Geneva, council sources said. At an emergency predawn session, the 15 council members demanded an immediate halt in hostilities. The delegates, weary and frustrated as reports flowed in throughout the day of heavy fighting around Nicosia and Cyprus' northeastern quadrant, scheduled the night session at the request of Ambassador Zenon Rossides of Cyprus and then postponed it. Veep choices 1voted' WASHINGTON -With con servatives and liberals camFrom the Wires of United Press International paigning hard for their favorites, members of Congress "voted"for the nation's vice president yesterday and sent President Ford their choices in sealed envelopes. Ford's final decision had been expected this weekend, but the White House said his attention had been diverted to the new Cyprus crisis and his selection might be delayed beyond that point. Sen. Howard Baker Jr., R Tenn., said he does not expect to be nominated for the vice presidency. Nixon attacked WASHINGTON -The House Judiciary Committee's impeachment report to be sub mitted to the House next week sharply accuses former President Richard !VI. Nixon of violating laws, subverting the Constitution and of "repeated and continuing misuse of the powers of the presidency," it was learned yesterday. Copies of a EJ:3-page draft, written under the leadership of Special Counsel .John M. Doar, were circulated to the 38 mem bers of the committee. A copy was obtained by UPI. Quake strikes l. A. LOS ANGELES -An earthquake that swayed tall buildings and splashed coffee in cups jolted parts of Los Angeles County yesterday but apparently caused no damage. The 7:45 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time quake was felt in the San Fernando Valley, 15 miles from downtown Los Angeles, and in Pasadena, 10 miles to the northeast. Beef prices may rise WASHINGTON Government forecasts of cheaper beef this fall may have to be scrapped if rains don t revive drought-withered ranges and pastures in some major cattle states, Agriculture Department economists said yesterday. Christian charged with bribery TALLAHASSEE -An information filed yesterday charged that former Education Commissioner Floyd Christian "unlawfully and corruptly" solicited a $20,000 bribe to make sure a state contract to build mobile migratory classrooms went to a firm controlled by a former friend and business associate. Special Prosecutor T. Edward Austin filed the information as a substitute for a similar count in a _.grand jury indictment that was thrown out by the circuit judge on technical grounds. Circuit Judge John Rudd said the state prosecutor could either take the matter back to a grand jury or file an information making the same charge. Christian is scheduled to stand trial Sept. 30 on 18 other counts of perjury, conspiracy and bribery. He was charged by the grand jury with taking over $70,000 in illegal payments in return for state contracts. From the Wires of United Press International Corruption discussed TALLAHASSEE Talla-hassee lawyer-lobbyist Harold E. Lewis, associate of many powerful political figures, testified for three hours yesterday before a grand jury investigating alleged corruption in government. Lewis said he has had no association with State Treasurer Tom O'Malley or former State Sen. George Hollahan, Miami, whom the jury is known to be investigating. The jury also questioned Tallahassee lawyer-lobbyist William Herrell Jr. for a second time. Buford blames Boyd TALLAHASSEE -Rivers Buford Jr., a candidate for the TEMPLE CUT 'RATE. LIOU.ORS: 5303 E. BUSCH BLVD. Open 'til M'idnight -._ > .'. TEMPLE TERRACE .LOUNGE & PAC.KAG:E .. 8448 N. '$6th .STREET 'Opn 'til 3 AM The Oracle is the official student-edited newspaper of the University of South Florida and is published four times weekly, Tuesday through Friday, during the academic year period September through mid-June; twice during the academic year period mid-June through August, by the University of South Florida, 4202 Fowler Ave., Tampa, Fla. 33620. Opinions expressed in the Oracle are those of the editors or of the writer and not those of the University of South Florida. Address correspondence to the Oracle, LAN Tampa, Fla., 33620. Second class postage paid at Tampa, Fla. The Oracle reserves the right to regulate the typographical tone of all adver1isernents and revise or turn away copy it considers objectionable. Programs, activities and facilities of the University of South Florida are available to all on a non-discriminatory basis, without regard to race, color, religion, sex age or national origin. The University is c;n affirmative action Equal Opportunity Employer. State Supreme Court, said yesterday that opponent Justice Joe Boyd destroyed a document relating to a case concerning utility companies. Buford, a Tallahassee lawyer who has worked with the State Attorney General, said Boyd's actions have detracted from his Supreme Court responsibilities. "That case involved the important question of whether the utility companies could charge the consumer for the corporate profits tax," said Buford. Price increase asked ST. 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THE ORACLE -August 15, 1974 3 Riggs looks i'nto Sleeper firing BY MIKE KASZUBA Oracle Managing Editor Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs said yesterday he is "looking into" last week's dismissal of the Marketing Department chairman by College of Business Dean Howard Dye "to see if it was done properly." DR DAVID Sleeper, who formed and had chaired the department since 1968, was dismissed by Dye in a memo circulated through the depart ment a week ago. Sleeper was on vacation when the memo was released. Although Riggs would not comment any further on his inquiry, Dye said he made the move to obtain "new leadership in the department" and added Sleeper had been informed of the move July 11. "He (Sleeper) told the department several weeks ago

4 -THE ORACLE August 15, 1974 Another quarter-more change Another summer is ending and as usual a substantial number of things a t USF have changed and an equally large number remain unsettled A university is a dynamic institution and growth and change are essential to educational development. However, it is both the method and the end result of such change which must be evaluated to decide whether any new method or direction is desirable. During the past quarter the University community has seen many physical developments in this area. A NEW mall, the largest in this area of the state, is now open next door to USF and the University will soon have a new mall of its own. Apartment com plexes are becoming so numerous in the USF area that it is impossible to drive one block without seeing at least two or three residence units. Another change represents a victory for SG. The Student Finance Commit tee, a group which scrutinizes the University budget and plays a key role in budgetary allocations, yesterday began moving back into its headquarters in the Administration Building. Last summer, due to a purported lack of space in the Administration Building the committee was ousted from its office and shuffled to the UC. Now, back in its office close to the decision-making area of campus, the committee may once again assume the aggressive posture it enjoyed under the leadership of Robert Sechen and Mike Rose. Finances were a major issue for everyone at the University this summer. In June, the Legislature passed and Gov. Reubin Askew signed into law a bill giving SG the power to allocate Activity and Service money. A university president may veto an SG allocation but may not substantially alter it WHETHER THE change is good or bad is difficult to decide However, SG's work this summer has shown students know how to work under a strict deadline and can make wise detisions on complicated financial issues. Other changes are easier to assess One, involving the public's right to know, is certain to have serious statewide impact. Last month, Atty. Gen Robert Shevin said in an opinion that "working papers" may no longer be classified as confidential. In an opinion regarding a letter housed by USF Vice President for Student Affairs Joe Howell, Shevin said all preliminary reports and letters are open to inspection. After assessing the opinion, USF opened its file thus ending a year-long dispute regarding access to documents However, before this is claimed as an ultimate victory for openness in the University Administration we must wait to see what happens to future requests for documents. ON THE issue of public documents, Board of Regents Chairman Marshall Criser took a decisive step this quarter. Criser has instructed university presidents to withhold faculty files from scrutiny unless the person wishing to see the documents has a court order Regents' officials say they have a legal right to keep the files secret We feel the files are public documents, as Atty. Gen. Robert This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of $143,514.76 or Sc per copy, to disseminate news to the students, staff and faculty of the University of South Florida.


6 -THE ORACLE arts Fine arts slates Qtr. 1 programs August 15, 1974 Fall quarter will be highlighted by a variety of performances and programs in the fine arts. Arts will host The Louis Falco Dance Company, which packed USF's theater and drew standing ovations during its appearance here in 1971. The company will be in residence from Sept. 3 0 through Oct. 5. FLORIDA CENTER for the UC art A mixed media exhibit by graduate art education students Nancy Dennis and Ray Azcui is displayed in the UC Gallery, open from 8 to 5 p.m. weekdays. "Progressive Jazz Night' slated for Empty Keg Jazz lovers will not be disappointed by SG Productions Progressive Jazz Night, to be held Thursday from 8to10:30 p.m in tne Empty Keg South. The program features four veteran jazz musicians who have performed with some of the famous big band leaders, Doug Bartow, program coordinator for SG Productions, said. A special segment Bartow said, will be staged during the last half-hour of the program when members of the audience will be in vited to jam with the group Progressive Jazz Night will feature Angel Leon saxophone and trumpet; Al Mones, drums; Jinx Haden, bass and Carl Goodspeed, piano. Refreshments will be available and there will be no admission charge for the event. Also on the Artists Ser ies of Florida Center for the Arts is the C laud e Kipnis Mime Theater, scheduled to be here Dec 4-6. The Dance D epartme nt Concert for Quarter I will be Nov. 22 a nd 23 in TAT. Ballet instructor Richard Sias and Department Chairman William Hug are planning to choreograph new piec es for the concert. HUG SAID he plans to have Sandra Neels on the dance faculty in the fall. The Music Department has a full slate of events for fall. Faculty recit a ls include Edward Preodor and Armin Watkins on violin and piano on Oct. 15, and voice recitals by Jerold Reynolds, Nov. 22 and Armin Watkins, Dec. 8, all in FAH 101. Music concerts in TAT i nclude: the USF Orchestra, Nov. 25; the Faculty Chambers Players, Nov. 26; the University Chambers Singers and Community Choir, Dec. 2-the University Band, D ec 3; th e Wind Ensemble, Dec 9; and the Ars Nova Quintet, Dec 10. Jamaican group to sing at USF The Campus Ministry, SG and World Affairs Council will spo nsor "The Teen Time Singers," Jamaica's leading television and recording gospel group, Wednesday a t 8 p.m. in the UC Ballroom. Their one-night concert at USF is part of a two-week tour of the United States, including Georgia, Tennessee, Indiana, Ohio and Michigan Voca lists are: Marcia Chen, P aul Moo-Young, Carol Chen Peter Chin, Pat McFarlane, Tony McFarlane, Grace McFarlane and D av id Keane. Accompanying tpe singers are: Richard Rose, guitarist; Tim Aedred, guitarist; Bertie Moo-Young, drummer, and David Keane, pianist. Admission to the SEAC sponsored event is free Bexley's Bar-B-Q Ribs and Soul Fried Chicken No. 3 Specializing in famous Bar-B-Q ribs & Soul Fried Chicken Also Serving: Buttered Corn on the Cob Snioked Baked Beans Cole Slaw Potato Salad Crispy Brown French Fries & Soft Drinks S639 N. Nebraska Ave. (3 blocks south of Busch) "We're Open" 10:30 am to 1 :30 am EVERYDAY! You Can Eat It Here In Our Air Conditioned Dining Room or Take It With You. CAMPUS J\. SHOP Discount Prescriptions Student Discounts Prices You Can Afford CAMPUS Ji. SHOP (Across from Schlitz) 11144 N. th St. 977-0451 New In Town??? Need Furniture? Broyhill Furniture Rental 1) 100% Purchase Option 2) Cater To University Students 3) From $29.00 A Month All Styles, Colors and Fabrics st. !JQr2vhHI (Across from Schlitz) Corner of Bearss & Nebraska Music Appearing This Week Real Eyes Wed. thru Sat. Happy Hour 5-8 Daily New Mission Hills Apts Immediate Occupancy 2 Bdrm. $195.00 Lorge Pool Area Recreation Room Attractive and Roomy Apts Private Setting Complete Modern Kitchens For Responsible Students Office Hours : 9-5 Mon. Sat. 1-5 Sun. 5105 Mission Hills Ave. Ph. 988-8232 ''


Joanna Shimkus ... plays Yvette in "The Virgin and the_ Gypsy." 1Virgin and Gypsy' to be screened here "The Virgin and the Gypsy," this weekend's SEAC-sponsored movie, explores the provocative encounter between a clergyman's daughter and a gypsy in the 1920s, and the resulting changes in the girl's life. D. H. Lawrence, of "Women in Love" fame, parallels events in his own life in this dramatic story. It was filmed in deeply striking color at Matlock, in Derbyshire, England, where he and his wife Frieda once lived. Yvette, played by Joanna Shimkus rebels against entrapment by her narrow-minded family and suitors. The wild, hedonistic gypsy, played by Franco Nero, appeals to her as a "real man." The depth of their sexual experience awakens Yvette and releases her from the social confinement which she has hated. In addition to Shimkus and Nero, the movie stars Honor Blackman and was directed by Christopher Niles. The film will be shown Friday and Saturday night at 7: 30 and 10 p.m. in LAN 103. Admission is free for USF students with a validated summer ID, and 75 cents for faculty, staff and non-registered students Radio program offers diversity BY .JAN CARTER Oracle Entertainment Writer "Options," a National Public Radio program (NPRl presented on WUSF-FM, 89.7, explores a variety of topics of current interest. "Options," is broadcast on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 7 p.m. Included in this month's line-up is "Global Inflation," to be aired Aug. 25. This segment deals with the problems and solutions of world inflation as seen by economic experts at the Brooklyn Institution. The experts discuss their proposals to halt spiralling costs ON AUG. 28 "Options" will present "African Drought." The program deals with a region known as Sahel, near the Sahara in Africa, where a severe drought is threatening millions of lives. NPR's Bill Green talks about the widespread starvation and the breakdown of the family struc ture in Sahel with C. Payne Lucas, president of Africare. Africare is a non-profit relief organization. Stan Scott, special assistant to President Ford, will also join in the discussion. "ROLLER COASTERS," to be broadcast on Aug. 30, examines the recent revival of that amusement park attraction among college students. NPR's Jim Russell discusses some of the more spectacular roller coasters in the country (some hit 60 m.p.h. on downhill runs that drop nearly 100 feet in a matter of seconds) with amusement park owners and youthful enthusiasts Research examined Solar energy, cancer, red tide research-a look at how research at USF serves the Tampa Bay community is the purpose of "New Directions," Fridays at 9 a.m. on WUSF-FM (89.7). "Boston Pops' featured on TV Two segments of an "Evening at the Pops," produced for the Public Broadcasting System by WGBH Boston will be broadcast on WUSF-TV, channel 16, this month. Authorized Dealer For: Gibson, Yamaha, Epiphone, Dobros, Randall 1 Amplifiers. Used Guitars and Amps. LessonsGuitar, 5 String Banjo, Piano. "The Modern Jazz Quartet" will be showcased on Aug. 23 at 9 p.m. Twenty four years in existence, the Quartet is com prised of four ex-members of the Dizzy Gillespie Band, and per forms the classics as well as new pieces. Other members of the group are Milt Jackson-vibraharp, Connie Kay-drums and Percy Heath bass. Ana Maria Vera, a 9-year-old pianist, will perform on Aug. 26 at 4 p.m. and Aug. 30at 9 p.m. for an "Evening at the Pops." Vera won first prize in the Bartok Com petition at Ame rican University and the first three prizes in Maryland University's Spring Festival of Music. Fun -Fu rniture Bean Bag Chairs Passion i'ads-l-:xt1a Long l'illing f >r C h a irs co.'\ J:v s tr\T1:1no1ts Student Discount With USF ID WOODGRES'I' 1 STORY VllLAS 2 BEDROOMS FROM $145-MO. Idea l for Roommates On 50 Landsca p e d Acr es l'

8 -THE ORACLE sports August 15, 1974 Mutschler wins net singles title Stephen Mutschler breezed by Neil Shoaf and Robert Amon to win the intramural tennis singles championship this week With a 6-2, 6-0 victory over League D winner Shoaf, Mut schler earned the right to face Amon, the League B champion. Amon won his playoff berth by default, when League A leader Chuck Smith had to go out of town. A 6-1, 6 0 margin over Amon gave Mutschler the overall crown in straight sets. Amon and Mutschler had teamed up earlier for second place in the doubles standings. They were beaten by Phil Pfost and Frank Freshour in the doubles championship last week 6-1, 2-6, 6-4. Oracle photo by Robin Clark Oops, missed again This tennis player proves he's only human as he at tempts unsuccessfully to return his opponent s volley. 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Aluminum Weight training opened to women NOW RENTING: Canoes & Backpacks BY RINDY WEATHERLY Assistant Sports Editor Athletic Director Richard Bowers yesterday said women will be allowed to sign up for weight training courses previously open only to men "We' ll be glad to open our wrestling and weight training to women," Bowers said after learning of a complaint made by SG Sen. Jay Welch. THE COMPLAINT, submitted in a letter to Equal Opportunity Assi .stant Troy Collier, charged the Physical Education Department with violating USF's Equal Opportunity Pqlicy by offering weight training on a sex discriminating basis Welch said he filed the com plaint after seeing a course list in the Physical Education Building Gym, dorm pool open for break The gymnasium and Andros pool will r e main open at USF during the quarter break. Hours for the gym, including the equipment room, will be 8 a.m. to 5 p m. Monday through Friday. It will be closed on weekends. The pool will be open seven days a week from 1 to 5 p.m. Argos pool and the natatorium will be closed over the break. Student ID's must be presented to us e the facilities. Some of the weight training courses were marked in ink as being for men, and others were marked for women. Bowers said the inked notations will be changed this morning. WRESTLING AND weight training courses segregated on the basis of sex were among the topics discussed last week at a meeting attended by Bowers, Welch Coordinator of Women's Intercollegiate Athletics JoAnne Young and representatives from USF's staff the Committee on th e Status of Women and the National Organization for Women (NOW). A similar meeting is scheduled today with Vice President for Student Affairs Joe Howell Welch said. "We're no longer gathering inform a tion. We're looking for affirmative commitments from the Administration on what they plan to do to cease discrim inatory practices," Welch said. 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Badminton tourney scheduled at USF USF will host the state bad minton tournament this year, JoAnne Young, coordinator of women's intercollegiate athletics said yesterday. "I have been asked to direct it again, as of a letter a month ago," said Young, who also directed last year's meet. "We don't even have a tentative date yet.'' Young said she is trying to schedule the tournament for late October or early November. She plans to work with any women interested in representing USF individually in the event. There's just not that much organized in the state of Florida," Young said. The state tournament, the Miami-Dade Invitational and a Palm Beach Junior College meet are the only tournaments planned, she said "There's not much demand," Young said, noting that only about four or five people usually try out at USF In the past, team meetings have been more like clinics than practices, and they have only been held two or three times per week, she said No money is budgeted for badminton, since little interest is expressed and there are few opportunities for competition, Young said. "We possibly might be able to get to the other tournaments," Young said. To do so, USF would sponsor the players, who would try to earn most of the money for the trip, she said. intramural softball Snow may have been beaten by Again in the squads' lone encounter of the second half. And it may have been winless in the half while Again won the title. But when it counted most-in Tuesday's overall championship-Snow left little doubt as to who was king, trouncing rival Again, 7-1. By virtue of its victory, Snow, the first half champ, also took the summer series two games to one. From the start of the title encounter, Snow proved its strength In the first inning, the newly-crowned team bunched three hits to jump ahead, 1-0. Snow wrapped it up in the third and fourth innings with four and .two runs respectively. It banged out eight of its 15 hits in those two frames. Offensively Snow was led by shortstop Dave Kubat who went three for-four with a home run. Brad Arthur, Alan Cohen and Warren Zinn also contributed three hits apiece Mike Valanie, who limited Again to seven hits, recorded the victory. Joe Ziemba was the only bright spot for Again. He banged out three hits for the losers, including a pair of doubles, and scored his team's one run in the second inning Steve Spina picked up the RBI. Neel Voss, who had beaten Snow in the first game of the second half, took the loss. Tuesday's game was the only one-sided contest in the Again and Snow three-game series In the first half playoff, Snow held on for a 9-6 win and Again pulled out its victory, 7-6. TOAD HALL sandwiches pool table pizza pinball patio facilities foosball 30 kinds of imported beer 10% food discount with this ad 1548 Fowler Ave., corner of 17th and Fowler JoAnne Young ... director of meet Money allocated for women's golf might also b e channelled into badminton, if not enough interest is expressed in golf. Players from both sports could be sponsored individually, Young said earlier. I I i I FARAH Matching corduroy jeans in green, tan, navy, black. 29 lo 36. 14.00 THE UKAl:Ll'.: -August 15, 1974 9 Scrubbs capture basketball crown The Scrubbs won two out of three games from the Tampa Tampons to take the summer intramural threeman basketball championship They won the first 15-13, lost 14-16 and won 15-13. Students, Faculty, & Staff of USF $ave $ on tires 50% discount On Tire Purchases Mounting and Balance Available. M/C Master Charge jKOONS TIRE CENTER 9545N. FLA AVE The leisure LOOK REAL FUR IS FUN! 100 per cent acrylic cable stitched, belled sweater in ivory with real sheared lamb collar. S M-L. 52.00 B/ A Bankamericard ... IAllCIJWI mm= PH: 933-6571 University Square Mall We Honor BankAmericard Master Charge American Express phone 977-1085


10 -THE ORACLE August 15, 1974 Mall to open Qtr. 1 USF Land and Groundsk eep ing Superintendent John W. Andrews said yesterday the student comfort mall located between Arts and Letters and Business, will be usable by Qtr. I. Andrews said USF Grounds keeping will stay busy over the break and have "all the planting done and some of the bicycle racks up and ready to use This is pending our ability to find suitable plant mate1:ial which has become scarce and ex pensive due to the rapid ex pansion that we're having here in Florida." "W hen com plete the mall will include about 1,500 bike racks, benches, trash receptacles, and a surface designed for foot traffic. However, its completion date an d final cost are still undetermined We have so m any estimates to get it's impossible to make a definite statement about the final cost right now," he said. "Phase II of the project (two years away) will extend the mall $72 westward to South Palm Drive he said. Andrews said he's pleased with the way Phase I is com ing a nd said "The crews are doing a fine job. Tampa$ Chinese Cuisine Family I Take Out Orders Menu Select from l complete Chinese I Soups, Appetizers, Entrees, Desserts ,f4 I Cocktails Served I Lounge Now Open Open4-12 Daily Sunday 1-10 $90 month Furnished Apartments *Walk To Class *Swimming Pools, Tennis, Rec. Bldgs. TV Lounges *Privacy Reservations now being accepted for next foll, and for this summer. Specific opts. reserved on a l st come -l st served basis. LAMAXCBA Block from USF on 42nd Phone : 9 7 l -0 l 00 THE 11-FASHIOI STORE WESTSHOR E PLAZA NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER BRITTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER DOWNTOWN: 705 FRANKLIN STREET A new look on the f shion scene. A hooded blouse 1n solids and prints. Short sleeves and long sleeves.


Registration Qtr. 1 Fee Payment Schedule Sept. 18-20 Regular registration and drop-add in Gym. Hours : Wednesday (Sept. 18)-noon to 7 p.m., Thursday (Sept. 19)-8:30 a m to 4:30 p.m Friday (Sept. 20)-8:30 a.m. till noon. Sept. 23-27 Late Registration (Automatic $25 Late Registration Fee). Drop-Add with refund. Special student and staff registration. Sept. 30 Last day to pay fees in full without a $25 Late Payment Fee. Sept. 30cNov. 1 Drop deadline without refund and without grade penalty Oct. I All fee payments, from this day on, must include a $25 Late Payment Fee. Oct. 8-18 Duplicate copies of Fall, 1974 statements available to all students in Administration building. Oct. 9-11 Statements for Fall, 1974 mailed to students for con firmation of fee payments and course registration. Oct.11 Deadline for graduation application. Oct. 18 Last day to pay all fees before cancellation of enrollment. JUN/OR CAgLJAL9 Sizes 3 to 13 (10 per cent OFF) With Presentation of This Ad 502 Tampa Street-Ph. 229-2280 AUGUST 15th thru 18th Continued from page 1 procedure, he said. If the petition is approved, the student must pay all Qtr. I registration fees plus a $25 late fee, and a $25 rein statement fee Full refunds for students who have paid their registration fees and dropped their classes by Sept. 27 are avilable in ADM 106, he said. THE ORACLE Au ust 15, 1974 11 We feed your mind, body, & spirit. McGlinchy said USF had just completed its payment procedure schedule and said he hoped to have bills in the mail for pre registered students "by next Wednesday." He said pre registered students will have until Sept. 30, and not Sept. 3 as stated during pre-registration, to pay their full fees without penalty Tampa's only Natural Foods Restaurant Students wanting additional information or help should call the Cashier's Office, ADM 147, ext, 2711. Summer Hours: 11 a.m. -8: 30 p.m. Closed Sundays all Summer 5326 E. Busch Blvd. Temple Terrace (Pantry Pride Plaza) Ph. 988-3008 -J',,. ...... .,. ........... .rl'.-i' ......... .,.,,,, ............ ........... ,,. .. ,,,.. ....... ... ...... ,, .. EL CEASAR'S ITALIAN FRIED CHICKEN 1 t= SPECIALIZING IN TAKE OUT ORDERS: i r: Fried Chicken ltaiian Style Phone-in orders are welcome Spaghetti .'!\. --. / ;,_ i for speedy service Rigatoni '.!th/ ">I' Sandwiches Open Mon. -Sat. llam 9pm MEAT OR CHEESE RAVIOLI, SALAD & ROLLS $1.39 Terrace Village Shopping Center 10910 N. 56th Phoi:ie 988-9771 '.l',.W .......................................... ...,... 'VY'tl'..,,. ..... rl' .............................. ,,.. ....... ,, ..rl'J' ...... AUGUST 15th thru 18th zaYRe Discount Music 20 FREE M. C. A" Al.BUMS 8835 Terrace Plaza John Man Across the "Don't Shoot Me, I'm Only the Piano Player" "Goodbye Yell ow Brick Road" "Caribou" In Person Don Wallace Experience


12 -THE ORACLE August 15; 1974 Mautz eyes faculty suit Donate on a Regular Blood Plasma Program and Receive up to $60 a month. Bring Student ID or this ad and receive a bonus with your first donation. BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Editor State University System (SUS> Chancellor Robert Matitz said yesterday although he feels faculty "probably are" being discdminated against by the current retirement systems, the plans are preferable to the previous system "WE STRUGGLED very hard to get it (revised retirement plan)," Mautz said. "I like to think it was pushed hardest by the SUS.'' Mautz, who said he had not heard USF faculty are preparing a class action lawsuit concerning the retirement plan, said he would like to see the coverage broadened to allow for the benefits the faculty wish. The faculty represented by the suit say they object to the plan which allows faculty under the Florida RetirementSystem . According to legislation recently adopted, faculty under the TRS pay membership fees at a rate of six and an optional one quarter per cent to belong to the plan. Those under the FRS pay at a rate of four per cent. THE LEGISLATION specifies that on. Jan. 1, "1975,. all those covered by FRS will have their fees paid by the state. This will have the effect of increasing salaries of those under tbe FRS by four per cent, Mautz .. Faculty at USF who are organizing to file the lawsuit have said they feel this is in violation of the state constitution's equal protection clause and an im pairment of contract. They also have said it is discriminatory "There are all kinds of discrimination," Mautz said. "The fact that you want to do something one way doesn't mean you are discriminating." HOWEVER, Mautz said he is in favor of the state paying the fees of faculty under both retirement plans. The Legislature has thus far supported state payment for only the FRS he said 'Tm sorry it wasn t broader but what we have is an im provement ," Mautz said. "I hope whatever is done in the way of a lawsuit would not endanger that bill." Mautz said he would anticipate any court challenge of the system may cause the bill to be declared unconstitutional. SLIK CHIK FASHIONS f!J' GREAT ,B2 .BACK to CLOTHES MUNCHIES, TOO! POPCORN, PINK LEMONADE CLOTHES GALORE STOP IN! 10024 N. 30th St. Hours: 10-7 Friday 10-8 HYLAND DONOR CENTER 239 W. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Fla. 33602 appointment available to fit your class schedule Monday tiirougn Friday 8:00 to 2:30 ZALES Our People Make Us NwnberOne JEWELERS Robert travels halfway around the world for our Gala Collection. Robert buys precious gems for Zales and combines them with brilliant diamonds for pur Gala Collection. A. Fashion ring, 14 genuine sapphires, 5 diamonds, 14 karat gold $495 B. Bridal sec, 4 diamonds, 2 genuine 14 karat gold, $425 Mose Gala items shown available either with all diamonds, or with genuine sapphires rubies or emeralds. Zales@Golden Years and We've Only Just.Begun. Zales Re volv ing Charge Zales Cusmm Char,.;e BankAmeri ca r J Masrer Char,ge Ameri c an Express Diners Club Carre Bla nch e layaway Jlluscrarions enlarged. TO RON'S FINA Service 560 l Fowler Ave. at 56th Str.eet. Just a few blocks from USF Entrance ... UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT! Come .In and Meet Our Expert Mechanics Repairing Car Problems ... is the. Only reason we're here ... Bill Complete in right our Dan S I ervice. Owner Ron We repair all makes of cars ... v American v Foreign .. We will estimate your work and return the worn parts to you ... ----Just Call Us--988-1261 or 988-1727 You Can F Believe it! i .' /Our experience will prove it! LJAir Conditioning L]True-Tune Ups LJAll Brake Repairs L]Complete Electrical work L]Pre-lnspection-Service [_]Lubrication-Oil-Fina Products We also change flats ... and pump gasoline!! C ,OME-IN-SOON i .t. r t 1 '!I l ."11! I' '' I a J I 1 1 .1..1... l l L!;: .1 -t l...11..t.J &.t < ... j"'


THE ORACLE -August 15, 1974 A message in the public interest. Number 2 of a series. WHAT'S HAPPENING TO YOUR ELECTRIC BILL? : ... .. We don't think so but this is one of the amounts that have to be spent which will increase your electric rates. Let us explain: We built the first Big Bend generating plant in 1970 with various pollution control equipment which was the best available to us at the time One of these controls was an electrostatic prec ipitator which is designed to capture any solid matter prior to leaving the stack. It was 99% efficient and cost S 1,400,000. Today, in an attempt to meet present air standards we are .. : ... installing an additional precipitator which increases the system efficiency to 99.8%. The cost? An additional $6,300,000. It will increase electric rates for a long time. This is but one example of what we consider the inflexibility and rigidness of the governmental agencies to meet the requirements of the law. We do not feel this expenditure was in the public's interest But wait ... there is more to come .. .This is only one example of the tremendous costs we are encountering to do the job that governmental agencies are requiring of us. These are your governmental agencies and we feel that you need to let them know why you think and how you feel about this course of action that will increase your electric bill significantly. We begin to ask ourselves: Can we afford tomorrow? Your electric company agrees that it should make every reasonable effort to achieve cleaner air and water It does not agree that $6,300,000 for an eight tenths ., of a percent improvement is necessary or in the public interest. Let your elected and appointed officials know how you feel about this matter. They are the ones who can make the difference. TECO TAMPA ELECTRIC COMPANY AWARE OF ITS RESPONSIBILITY TO YOU. 13


14 -THE ORACLE August 15, 1974 Continued from page I Lala also said the SEAC office would try to get student discounts a t the mall, particularly at the theaters since it is so close to USF but a mall official said student discounts \vould not be possible. Traffic officials and the mall developers said they considered the added traffic possibilities the mall would create, but Tampa traffic analyst Joe Zambito said although traffic consultants were brought in to look over the situation, there are "no current plans to widen 3 0th (Street) or Fowler (Avenue)." Move film program, Riggs asks_ Mackey 2.000 ROOM ACCENTS ON DISPLAY-PRICED FROM 20 GENTS TO $50 BY DONALD FLENTKE Oracle Staff Writer Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs has recom mended to USF Pres. Cecil M -ackey "the theatrical film program be moved to Fine Arts by the beginning of the 1975-76 academic year." Riggs' report said that "any students who have not completed the program by that time will be accomodated in terms of the existing curriculum for one additional year; those who can transfer t o the Fine Arts program should do so as soon as it becomes feasible." The recommendation was made in consideration of the shortage of space for storing Last Oracle today Today is the last issue of the Oracle for the quarter. The Oracle will resume publication for Qtr. 1 on Sept. 24. surplus film equipment from the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare CHEW), Riggs said. He said the materials can only be used in buildings funded in whole or partly by HEW funds. --------------, eWall Decorations Plaques Lamps Candle Holders Sculpture Lamp Shades Statues Tables eBowl & Pitcher Set Picture Frames Ruy 1ou111 der:or duect from uu1 11/anufact unng fine before flt11sl11ng & sav e BO"j of r e taJ/ price. A NEW CONCEPT IN HOME DECORATING 28 MENU ITEMS THE WORKS Beefburger w cheese tomato, lettuce pickle, onion coleslaw, fries and free schooner of beer with th is ad and purchase On Fowler and 14th L-.,...-..-----------YOU MAKE THE DIFFERENCE AT 7211 N. DALE MABRY CONTINENTAL PLAZA PHONE 935-4157 FREE CLASSES AVAILABLE J\LL MATERIALS PAINTS. STAINS. !IRUS/-IES LAMP WIRE KITS Become an Artist Ill Just Minutes S/-1,lf)fS AVAILABL E RICI-IT A T SIORE Choose Your Own Colors. Do-ItAll ROOM ACCENTS SOLD y If UNFINIS/-IEO-BUI Fli. 'ING AWERl/l/S ARE INEXPU1 S IVE Its Easy. All You Need Is Pamt. Stain & Brush. Store Hours: Finishingissimple. We provide complete directions. Monday-Friday 10 om -9 pm Saturday 9:30 am -5 pm Sunday 12 -5 pm .FONTANA In The Fall At Fontana Hall we do shopping, we cook the mea Is, we wash the dishes, we do the cleaning, and there's never a worry 'about water bills, gas bills, and electric bills. Our modern facilities provide you -with convenience, privacy, and a complete recreation area to enjoy at your leisure. Meals are served three times daily at convenient times to fit your schedule. In addition we serve a wide selection of entrees and all you care to eat. the All .for Less Than $6 a Day phone 911-9550


( classified ads J ( HELP WANTED ) ( FOR SALE ) WE ARE presently accepting applications for full-lime audio sa les people. May be male or femal e Apply Stereo World, 4812 E Busch Blvd. 8;15 THE Caree r Education curriculum Laboratory, Florida State University, announces the following vacant faculty positions: Instructional D esigner, Vocational Curriculum Specialist, Visual Communications Designer, Technical Administrative Associate. For further information pleas e contact your university placement office-AOC 105, Ext. 2171. Florida Slate University is an Affirmative Action employe r and encourages applications from qualified minority group members and women. 8;15 PART-TIME carpet cleaning helper needed day time work. Call 626-3916. 8;15 ORACLE circulation needs Asst. Circulation Mgr. starting Qtr. 1. Needs car. Applicant must be full-lime student & have morning hours free on Tues. & Thurs. Call Mrs. Varga, 2617. 8;15 I TV, RADIO, STEREO I DON'T pay the h igh mail order prices. Thieve's Warehouse of Tampa. 1531 S Dale Mabry. 254-7561. If CAMELOT APARTMENTS-13135 19th Street 971 5643; 20 units; efficiency furnished apa rtments, on e bedroom furnished and two bedr0om un furnished; SlOO deposit; water and garbage include d in rent; one year lease ; spec i al summer l ease; c entral air and heal; dishwasher and garbage disposal in the two bedroom apart ments; carpeting and drapes fur nishe d ; washers and d ryers on premises; children allowed; no pets; rent-efficiency $150; one bedroom furnished S 180; two bedroom un furnished 5190. CANTERBURY VILLAGE-SOlh Street and Fletcher Ave. Corner of SOlh and Fletcher-985-4061; one free month's rent with 12 month lease; one b edroom apt. $175-5180 per month; two b edroom 5190 per month; cathedral ceilings; spiral staircases in four bedroom townhouses 5350 per month; laundry tacilifies; pool ; small pets welcome; close to USF and Temple Terrace. COLLEGE COURT APARTMENTS 15tll and 143rd Ave. 9719606; 40 unih; one bedroom furnished and unfurnished units; 51 oo deposit; water and garbage included in rent; 3 6 9 or one year leas e ; room units with reverse c ycle; carpeting and dr?.pes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; children allowe d ; swim ming pool; closet size BxB; rent one bedroom furni shed $145; on e b edroom unfurnis h e d 5135 EL-MALKE VILLAGE APARTMENTS 11301 N 53rd Street -9888 435 Two and three b edroom apt; two full baths unfurnishe d self-cleaning appliance s ; cerltral air a nd heating; carpe t s and drape s ; pool ; recreation hall and laundry room; two bedroom 5185 to 5210; three b edroom 5270; childre n accepte d ; o n e year lea s e 510 more; p e t s 550 d e po sit. FERNWOOD GARDEN APART-MENTS-1701 E 131st Ave.-971-4014; 1,30 units; on e and two bedroom fur nishe d and unlurnished units; $100 deposit; wale r and garbage included in rent; 9 month or one year lease ; central air and heat or room units; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool, picnic area; children allowed; pets allowed; $50 pet d eposit; rent one b edroom furnished $170; one bedroom unfurnished $145 ; two bedroom furnis hed $190; two bedroom unfurnishe d $180. HIDEAWAY APARTMENTS 1904 E 131st Ave 988-8435; 1 2 units; on e b edroom unfurnished units; $100 depo si t ; wate r a nd garbage included in rent; 6 month or on e year l e ase; centra l ai r and heat; carpeting a nd drapes furnis h ed; 1 ch i ld allowe d ; pet s allowed ; 550 p e t depo sit with 525 n onrefundable; r ent-one b edroom unfurnis h e d s 140. Attentio n : Apartment Managers Advertise your apartments in this s p a ceC all 9742620 WE HAVE de nims i n regular and bells, and cords in bells. Also boots shirts and w e st ern hats. Only 10 min. f rom campus. Straight leg Levi cords in 3 colors have just come in. Bermax Western Wear 8702 N ebraska Ave. 8;15 YARD SALE: Furniture, clothes, plants, s leep ing bag, ac, misc. 224 w Emily, Aug. 15, 16, 17. Call 124-9727 8 ;15 FREE CATALOG-Hundreds of books & gills. Write Studio II, 22101/2 Bristol Ave., Tampa Fla. 33606. 8;15. USED paperbacks, sci-ti fiction, westerns, romance, mystery. Over 15,000 books available. Open 9-9 daily. Unique Books, 12943 Florida Ave., 935-0782. Buy, sell, trade. 9 ;2). [ LOST & FOUND ) WHITE German Shepherd lost near Livingston Ave. Friendly. Has ID lag and choker chain around neck. Lost Aug. 2 If found call 977-4857 or 932-9943. Reward. 8;15 FOUND: Gray long-haired terrier. In vicinity of 124th Ave. and Nebraska. Call 971-3193 8 ;15 INDIES EAST APARTMENTS 4603 Whiteway Ave. 988-7186; 64 units; one and two bedroom furnished units; 5100 deposit; waler and garbage include d in rent; 9 month or one year l e ase ; room units w ith r everse cycle; carpeting and drape s furnished; washers and dryers on premises; swimming pool; no children; pets allowe d ; $100 pet deposit; rent one b edroom furnished S 165; two bedroom furnished $185. NORTHSIDE VILLA APARTMENTS-1215 Norlhside Driv<>--971-5236; 320 units; one and two bedroom furnishiad and unfurnishe d units; 5100 deposit; alt 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 w ith a trash compactor in 2 bedroom; carpeting and drapes furnished; washers and dryers on premises; a security force is employed; sw,mming pool recreation room, sauna, tennis co urts; children allowed; no pets; r ent one bedroom furni shed $155; one b edroom un furnished $140; two bedroom furnished $175; two bedroom unfurnished Sl 55. PARADISE APARTMENT S -1411 E 131s l Ave. 971-0296; 122 units; one and two bedroom furnishe d and un furnishe d units; 5100 deposit with 525 non r efundable; water and garbage included in rent; six, n i n e month, or on e y ear lease; central air and heat or room units with reverse cycle; dish washers and garbage disposals in some un its; carpe t i ng and drape s furnis h e d ; was h e r s a n d dryers on premises; swimming pool and r ecreation room; one child allowed per apt; no pets ; r ent one bedroom lurnished $145-5165; on e bedroom unfurnished S 1405155; two bedroom furnishe d $175-$205; two bedroom unfurnis hed 5170-$195. SEAFORD VILLA APARTMENTS-2516 S eaford Circle al 2 5th and Skipper-9712333; 200 units; one and two b edroom unfurnished units; 5100 d eposit; water and garbage included in rent; 9 month or one year lease ; c entral air and heat; dishwashers and garbage disposals; carpeting and drape s furnished; washers and dryers on premises; washe r and dryer hookups in each apartment; two swimming pools ; childre n allowe d ; p e ts allowed; $100 pct deposit; rent on e bedroom unfurnishe d $ 155; two b edroom unfurnished $185. VILLAGE APARTMENT S -2600 1131h Ave.-977-4728; on e and t w o bedroom apts.; c entral air an d h ea t ; w-w carpe t ; dining area ; s p a ci o u s closets; >15 0 and $170 p e r monlh. WOODCREST DUPLEXES13418 Dottie Drive--988-0037 ; 336 units ; two b edroo m furnishe d a nd unfurnished units; s 100 d e po sit p e r f amily or p e r so n ; water include d in rent; 9 m onth o r on e yea r t e a se; c entral ai r a n d he a t o r reverse c y cl e room units; crtrp e t ing and d r a p e s furnished; was tie r s tlnd drye r s o n premises; swimming pool; r ecreation room; child r e n allowed; pets ;illowe d ; $50 pet fr.e; t wo b edroom un f u r n is t w d S l45-S 175. ( PERSONAL J KITTENS -Assorted shapes, size s and colors, including an impressive n e w Fall line of r eal weirdos. Make your reser. valions now. Cal l 238-2566 evenings and weekends. 8;15 CARSON OPTICAL 11710 Fla. Ave., 935-7854. Eyeglas s es, R x sunglasses & phologray; plastic or h ardene d lenses made Gold wire frame s and fashione d frames. Duplicate broken lenses and repair frames. 8 ;15 MATURE married couple wanted to live in for services. Call Clara for interview at 988-1185 8;15 SPEND fall term in NEW YORK CITY in an URBAN SURVIVAL project. Intense. in deplh urban learning for 15 hours credit. See Keith Lupton, OCT Prog. FAQ 122, Ext. 2536. 8 ;15 FREE room & board in exchange for assisting male student in wheelchair. Call (813) 345-1298 or contact Dale Hartman, CTR 217. 9 ;25 COMIC and sci-Ii collectors. Slop chasing around for comics. One stop for all. Over 300,000 comics, magazines available. Open 9-9. Unique Books, li.943 Fla. Ave. 9 ;25 [ AUTOMOTIVE ) 1969 OPEL Kadette. $675. Recently tuned. Call before 12 noon or in evenings. 988-1262.-. 8 ;15 72 PORSCHE 914 appearance group, AM-FM radio, mag wheels. Call 224-1788 day"s or 988-5033 alter 6 p.m. 8;15 MERCURY Park Lane runs good trailer hitch, approximately 80,000 miles. 5100 or be s t offe r 689-0803. 8;15 TRANSFERRED & must sell 1973 Triumph Spitfire. 8 mos. old, lire red convertible. Excellent condition, JS mpg., 14,000 miles. Call 876-7622 8;15 1965 VW CAMPER. Formica and shag New engine, n e w tires. Excellent buy. Musi sell Call 920-5941. 8;15 MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS I WANTED: We can sell your motorcycle fast. 510 fee i s all you pay. We need 100 every week. AAA Cycle E xchange, 4119 Gunn Highway 933-7459. 8;15 VESPA Ciao motorbike for sale. SO cc. only soo miles. 5225 including helmet. Ph. 933-3752. 8 ;15 MOTORCYCLE-1974 Kawasaki GS-100 D irt and road. Less than 2,000 miles. Excellent cond. Only S379 plus 2 free helmets. Won't last long. Call 977-0822. 8;15 1967 HONDA 50 for sale. New engine, perfect shape, great on gas. Asking 5150 or best ofter. Helmet included. Call Debbie, 9770008 evenings. 8 ;15 ( MOBILE HOMES ) FOR SALE: 12x60 Mobile Home. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, AC w w shag carpet, furn. Located 5 min. from USF. Musi see lo appreciate. Call 971-2781 alters p.m. 8;15 12x64 BUDDY 73. Cen. air-heal, 2 bdrms with built-in desks, sliding glass door, separate dining-kitchen, pets, large lot and storage shed. 15 min. from USF. country. 98630095 8 ;15 THE ORACLE -August 15, 1974 15 (SERVICES OFFERED J THE WOMEN'S CENTER-Open 10 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Mon. thru Fri. Problem pregnancy coun seling, birth control info, legal & gyn. referrals. Ongoing consciousness Raising groups, resourse library. We need volunteer stalfers & newsletter con tributions UC 159A Ph. 974-2687. 8;15 TYPING, Fast, Neal and Accurate. Turabian. I BM Corrective Selectric. Carbon Ribbon. Pica or Elite. Term Papers, Theses, Resumes. 988-0836 Lucy Wilson 8;15 EXTRAORDINARY TYPIST-0 plus years of Quality dissertations-term papers-MS statistical data-I BM selectric-pica-lype changes-carb. rib.-Lillle further away BUT the Quality is what counts. References furnished-Gloria 884-3909. 8 ;15 FAST accurate typing service. 48 hr. service in most instances. 2 min. from USF. Between 8 ;30 and s call 879-7222 ext. 238. Aller 6 call 988-3435 Ask for Liz. 8;15 THE SECRETARIAT Word Processing Center. Professional typing-automatic equipment with many type styles. Fast Delivery. Call 933-4524. 8;15 SPECIALIZED TYPIST IBM CORRECTING Selectric. carbon ribbon/ pica or elite, Greek symbols. Exp. Turabian, Campbell, APA, etc. s min. from USF. Nina Schiro, 971-2139 or 235-3261. 10; 2 NEED A BARTENDER? Would you like to be able to get out of the kitchen when you have a party? We provide college students as bartenders trained for private parties. "We are eager to serve you Student Bartending Service. 986-2242. 8;15 DO exams have you down? Wil tutor in French, German or Italian. Reasonable rate. Call Carol, 974-2433 Tuesday or Thursday evenings, 6 to 10 p .m. 8;15 USED BOOKS Buy and sell your used textbooks at the PSE BOOK X-CHANGE. Bring your books fo, sell during last wee k of classes or registration. Buy books during registration or first week of next quarter. EMPTY KEG UC 103, 9 a .m. lo 5 p.m. 8;15 ( REAL ESTATE ) PROF' S 4 br home in Lake Magdalene area, 2 bath, large kitchen, FR, LR, formal DR, screened porch, double garage. Beautiful corner lot, landscaped, fenced, citruses. Price in 40's, assumable mortgage. 935-8619 or 935-1875. 8;15 ( FOR RENT ) 71/2MINUTE S FROMUSF New 2 bdr w w carpel central heat and air, drapes, furn. S180-unfurn $155. Phone 988-6393. ti LA MANCHA DOS, Tampa's only student apt. complex. $72-$90 per month. 1 block from campus on 42nd : SI. 971-0100. 8;15 FOR RENT-Furn., one bedroom, near USF. Short term lease. No pets please. Call 977-1644 alter s p.m. and weekends. 12709 N 19th SI 12;6. FURN. ROOM in pvt. AC home. Pvt. enl. and bath, parking, small car. Quiet area near USF. Upper or grad. male students only. Ph. 988-7667 afters p.m. FLORAWOOD VILLAS. Country Living New 2 bdrm. duplex apts. $175-$185. Near USF & VA Hospital. 1 mile N of Skipper on Livingston Ave. Call 977-1142. 12; 6 BDR. duplex. Furnished, near USF. Carport with private patio, AC'. Available Sept s. 9 month lease $155 per month. Call Fred 971:9631. 13116 N 23rd St (Pets allowed) 8 ;15 LUXURIOUS furnished mobile home (washer, dryer, dishwasher, utility shed, etc.) Quality Park (frees, pool, clubhouse, etc.) 2 bedrooms, 15 minutes from USF. I 988-4964. 8 ;15 APTS. & HOUSES TO SHARE I ROOMMATE wanted lo share large furn. townllouse s m i n from USF. Own room and bath. Call Donna al 988-8236. 8 ;15 ROOMMATE WANTED Male to share two bedroom, 12' by 60' mobile home. $60 month plus one third utilities. Call Rick alter 7 pm al 971-2236. 8;15 FEMALE roommate needed for fall qlr. Immediate occupancy. Lg. 2 bdrm furn. apt. close to USF. AC, swimming pool. Own room or share with friend. Call now. Dianne 988-6519. $58.SO per mo. 8;15 ROOMMATE wanted to share large fur nished apt. with 2 other girls. One third rent plus utilities. Call alter s p m 977-1313. 8;15 I TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES I LIMA, PERU project Dec. 12-24. Cost esf. $550 incl. trans. from Miami, room, break fast, dinner, local trans. Est. 4 hours credit. See Keith Lupton, OCT Program, FAQ 122, 2536. 8;15 TAMPA'S MOST UNIQUE INDOOR TROPICAL "Improve your OFFICE and HOME by bringing NATURE indoors with the natural use Of PLANT SHOWROOM living plants" Mon. lhru Sal. 9:00:00 Quality indoor plantings Decorative imported and domestic pottery Brass and copper imports Large selection Of hanging baskets. planted & unplanted Terrariums and teri:arium containers. GARDEN CENTER Division of RentA-Plant, Inc. 3313 S. Westshore Blvd. I Ml N of II Pre4e 11. '"""' H7-14 .. VISIT OUR ADJOINING GREENHOUSES PRESENTS the dance rock sounds of PEACH from Miami p\us Jerry Walker Record Review Tuesday and Thursday FREE BEER! Wednesday and Sunday Open Nightly at 9 PM 3300 S. Dale Mabry


16 -THE ORACLE August 15, 1974 BOR committee sets talk on grievance procedures -FREE ENTERTAINMENT--Thurs., Fri., Sat. 8 -Midnite The Board of Regents (BOR) Personnel Committee will meet Wednesday in the Sarasota Room at the Tampa's Host Airport Hotel to discuss faculty grievance procedilres The monthly BOR meeting for September will be held Sept. 9 in Florida International University's New University House at 9:30 a.m. ADAM formerly of Head Hunter, Miami Beach and Ophies of Tampa plus 14 years of experience in Europe-Paris-ItalyYugoslavia-Lebanon at Granny$ Pizza # Mason Jar Bar Featuring-INVITES you to his new haircutting salon M. Z. Blackwelder I PHOENECIA 3612 Henderson Blvd., Phone:870-0077 Well-known Folk-Rock Singer & Composer thru Fri. 10 to 8, Sat. 10 to 6 4944 E. Busch Blvd. Busch Plaza Jlottce Jlit pt notifitb tbat tutll soon babt tts 3rb annual 1!l (f j! Jj!@


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