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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 )
Moormann, Dave ( Managing editor )
Wallace, Tom ( Advertising manager )
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Tampa, FL
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University of South Florida
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January 4, 1973
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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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BOR plan seen getting support Desert sun oracle photo by Dave Lenox If you've considered taking a trip out West to visit the area's land features, including the desert, what you're looking for may be as close as the Administration building. There stands a cactus, which, besides its natural beauty, presents a pleasant picture with the sun overhead. BY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Editor The Legislature would probably support a bill giving the Board of Regents
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2-THE ORACLE October 3, 1974 Ford to explain Nixon pardon WASHINGTON President Ford will make a historic ap pearance before a House sub.__ committee investigating his pardon of former President Nixon at 10 a m., Oct. 10, the subcommittee announced y esterday The hearings will be held in the same Judiciary Committee room in the Rayburn House Office Building where the i mpeachment proceedings were carried out against Nixon. Those proceedings led to Nixon's resignation and Ford becoming President. Ford will be asked at least 14 questions included in two resolutions of inquiry seeking a full explanation of the reasoning behind l''ord's pardon of Nixon on Sept. 8. Library of Congress resear chers say that Ford's appearance would be only the second one by a sitting President before a congressional committee. Lincoln was the other. Guerrillas kill officer BUENOS AIRES Three men walked up behind an army captain standing at a bus stop yesterday and shot him to death, bringing to seven the number of military men killed or wounded since a Marxist guerrilla group vowed to assassinate Argentine army officers Miquel Pavia, 33, marriep and the father of four children, was waiting in civilian clothes to take the downtown bus to the war college where he was a student. Calif. officials quits WASHINGTON Ed Reinecke, described as a victim of his "own selfish ambition," yesterday was given an 18-month suspended sentence for perjury minutes after he resigned as lieutenant governor of California. Reinecke, once a leading candidate to succeed Ronald Reagan as California governor, told U. S. District Judge Barrington Parker "I still do not feel that I am guilty" of lying to the Senate Judiciary Committee. Embracing his wife after the sentencing, Reinecke to l d reporters he intended to appeal as a "matter of principle." He said he would return to his ranch near Placerville, Calif., and write a book based on his experiences entitled "So Help Me God. He wore a hangman's noose in his lapel, a small gold symbol of Placerville's former name of Hangtown, Calif. Oppression protested VATICAN CITY -A white Roman Catholic prelate told the World Synod of Bishops yesterday that Rhodesia is a state without a nation where the white five per c ent of the population oppresses the black Afric a n majority. Lamont, the Northern Ireland born bishop of Umtali, Rhodesia, and a frequent critic of the Salisbury regime, said the Africans do not blame the Catholic church Silica warns jurors WASHINGTON U.S. District Judge John J. Sirica, in search of an unbiased jury to hear the Watergate cover-up trial, today sternly warned the prospects they could go to jail if they fail to say truthfully how they feel about the case. [today's world) !\r.h At the Corner of Fletcher q and Florida JEWELRY Sterling African Egyptian Scandinavian ART Obras Natalie Rodins Art Prints WATERBEDS Package $64.95 Handcrafted Frames Askew shuns nomination TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -'-Gov. Reubin Askew closed the door yesterday on a 1976 race for president or vice president. Askew who opens his campaign for reelection against Republican nominee Jerry Thomas this week, has been mentioned in speculation about the national Democratic ticket. Askew said he would reject a draft for president, if offered, and refuse any invitation to run for vice president. He said he would demand that his name be removed if placed on the presidential primary ballot of any state. "I see no circumstances in which I would become involved in national politics," he said. "I am not leaving the door open. I am satisfied to remain in Florida." Melody convicted TALLAHASSEE Clearwater architect Walter Melody was convicted yesterday of lying to the grand jury that indicted former education commissioner Floyd Christian. The jury deliberated nearly six hours before announcing .its verdict: guilty on two counts of perjury Circuit Court Judge Ben C Willis ordered a pre-sentence investigation and withheld sentencing pending the report. Melody, father of three children, showed no emotion, standing passively by the side of his lawyer as Judge Willis polled the five-woman, one-man jury Prison. solutions TALLAHASSEE -Gov. Reubin Askew said yesterday he expects to relieve overcrowding of prisons by building more penal facilities for hardened criminals and handling less dangerous ones in the community with enough supervision to protect the public Florida closed its prisons to new inmates last week because of 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 m id-June; twice during the academic year period mid-June through August, by the University of South Florida, 4202 Fowler Ave., Tampa, Fla. 33620. Opinions in the Oracle are those of the editors or of the writer and not those of the University of South F lorida. Address correspondence to the Oracle, LET 472, Tampa, Fla., 33620. second class postage paid at Tampa, Fla. The Oracl e reserves the right to regulate the typographical tone of all advertisements and revise or turn away copy it considers objectionable. Programs, activities and facilities of the University of South Florida are available to all on a non-disc r iminatory basis, without regard to race, color, religion, sex age or origin. The University is an affirmative action Equal Opportunity Employer ., _,. .......... .._ ... ....... ....... 10: .. --
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Accident victim ... Catherine Ashcraft, 22, of Fort Lauderdale Student Senate doubles with constitution change BY ILENE JACOBS Oracle Staff Writer A change in the SG constitution will nearly double the s i ze of Student Senate Qtr. 2 SG Pres. Richard Merrick said yesterday The apportionment of senators will now be determined from a count of all students enrolled in classes, rather than from the lesser number of full time equivalent CFTE) students as was done in the past, Merrick said. "STUDENTS WILL elect about 40 senators as opposed to 24," he said Merrick said the change came about because a constitutional referendum last year determined any person enrolled in classes is eligible to vote and run for SG offices. "The election rules committee of SG will base the number of seats up for election in the senate on the new apportionment, he said Merrick said there were advantages to a bigger senate. "It will create a larger potential work force," he said. "It shou l d mean the senate will get one and a half times as many things WAYNE WECHSLER, SG vice president and senate president, said the change will be "a lot more difficult for the senate president." "That many more people will have to learn parlimentary procedure, he said However, Wechsler said "It will probably be a lot more effective." The senate election will take place the fourth week of class in Qtr. 2, Merrick said Bike thefts total twenty-two BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer Twenty-two bicycles have been reported stolen on campus between Sept. 20 and Oct. 2, Public Education and Information Officer Max Bromley said yesterd ay. bicycles, valued at a pproximately $2,500, were taken pnmanly from the residence hall area, he said DURING THE first six months of 1974, 94 bicycles valued at $7,500 were r eported stolen, he said. "A good many of the bikes stolen were locked w e re secured he said. "We have the feeling someone is using bolt People have been slow in reporting their bikes missing Bromley also said and others are slow in reporting obser v ed bicycle theft. Br?r:iley said the police are urging bike owners to be alert to any susp1c1ous persons or activities around bicycle areas and to keep an eye not only on their own bikes but others' also STUDENTS SHOULD register their bikes with the University Police Cl'.P), he said. "The cost is only $1 and it will not only serve as a primary deterrent but will also enhance recovery should your bike be stolen Bromley said bicycles can be registered anytime from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m: at the station Sometime next week engraving tools will be available to bicycle owners also, he said The UP station is open 24 hours For assistance call 974-2626 .. '. THE ORACLE-October 3, 1974 3 Wreck injures four; 2 sent to hospital Two students and two non students were injured in a fourcar accident at the intersection of Fowler Avenue and the USF entrance yesterday at 1 :40 p.m., Tampa police reported. Catherine Ashcraft, 22, of Fort Lauderdale and John Ash craft, 24, also of Fort Lauderdale, were in satisfactory condition at Tampa General Hospital Wednesday night. A HOSPITAL spokesman said C Ashcraft sustained a fracture and J Ashcraft sustained multiple injuries in the accident. They were passengers in a car driven by Christine Marie Orlow 21, 12902 N. 15th St in Tampa. Frances Castellana, 22, 6501 Julie St., Tampa, and Orlow both students, were also injuried police said According to the report, Castellana s car was traveling west on Fowler Avenue and passed through the green light at the campus entrance At the same time, Orlow's car was making a left turn onto the campus onto S. Palm. Castellana s car struck Orlow s. Poe wins race by 282 votes over Kotvas Tabulation of 625 absentee votes last night showed William Poe had defeated City Coun cilman Joe Kotvas in the Tampa mayoral race by a margin of 282 votes. Poe held a 98 vote lead over Kotvas after Tuesdays election with the outcome depending on the tabulation of the absentee ballots. In the race for U.S. Senator, former Secretary of State Richard Stone staged a late come from behind victory over Congressman Bill Gunter by a margin of 2 ,306 votes After the first impact, Orlow s car lost control and struck two cars at a red light at the campus exit, police said. Fitch, 22, 5229 Sonora Ci., were uninjured, police said Orlow was charged with failure to yield the right of way The drivers of the two cars, Deborah Riley, 22, 6912 B Castlegate Dr., and Holly Moss Total damage to the four cars was estimated at $1,100, police said Students, Faculty and Staff of U.S.F. 111 SA VE $$ on TIRES A .. Mounting Balancing 5 o available 0 t} Mastercharge BankAmericard = Discount X88I lJ Q ;n all tire $ KOON'S 'llWrE-:;="' 9545 N. Florida 933-6571 \VCE, \l'o c;,o(<' c,ue
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4 -THE ORACLE The University community has a right to know the kind of information contained in the closed files of University Police

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THE ORACLE-October3., 1974 5 Foreign diplomats love Kissinger WASHINGTON Since Secretary of State Henry Kissinger' s role in the CIA "destabilizing" operation in Chile was revealed, he is once again being accused of perjury DOONESBURY by Garry Trudeau tlf ;-w YOU WANT { 108!3A PUASE, 5JI<, J: [)0 JNP&&O. PHORP ftltall/, 0 cH, NM&W? I I "' MY GOAt JS "!lJ WOtNTtY N&PHUV; f)/SRUPT 7Jfff SOC/Al JS YOU,e. SfRl/CllJRt Or VltlJr'AM-PROJliCT & SOClfiTt NRf//Y WORTHY? MllK!Nb IT MOR 1<-/1/HAT CEPTIV "fl) A FORC/i YOU!?. 60Al? !l?&OtOGY YOUM&l/N Vl&TNAMIZATION, OF COU!<5E. I :r KJN'r Q(/JfJ8lp. I Kissinger s critics are asking the same question asked of former President Nixon: Is anyone above the law ? Foreign diplomats, however, are upset over the attacks on Kissinger Some have let it be known that they consider Kissinger almost indespensible to continuing the East-West detente and settling the Middle East crisis. WITH RiCHARD Nixon gone, only Kissinger has a personal relationship with the key leaders Soviet party leader Brezhnev in Moscow Chinese Premier Chou Enlai in Peking, President Sadat in Cairo, President Assad in Syria and Prime Minister Rabin in Israel. The Soviets are particularly uneasy over Kissinger s future. They have developed a special relationship with him which they want to continue. They respect him as a formidable adversary. But they have developed a trust in him that makes it possible to deal with him They are unsure whether they could establish the s .ame relationship with his successor It was to quiet these fears that President Ford gave his ringing endorsement of Kissinger at the United Nations. Since the CIA Chile operation was revealed, meanwhile secret diplomatic cables have been pouring into the State Department reporting that foreign lead e rs ever y where believe the CIA is also working against them THE CABLES from India for example, report that Prime Minister Indira Gandhi believ e s her government may be a CIA target. And Greek leaders according to the cables from Athens, are con v inced that the CIA was behind the trouble in C y prus We have seen secret documents which tell of CIA bribes to leaders in Africa, Asia and Latin America But we have also seen intelligence reports of Soviet and Chinese undercover activity to undermine democratic govern ments. The question is whether the United States should get down and operate on the communist level. ECONOMIC KNAVES: President Ford's economic ad visers have managed to make themselves look foolish His economic czar, Alan Greenspan, told a group of poor people that stock brokers have suffered the most from inflation. Federal Reserve Board Chair man Arthur Burns blamed the public for runaway prices, and Agriculture Secret ary Earl Butz suggested that Americans kill off half their pets to sav e food But the participants in President Ford's economic summit have a better suggestion. In their private discussions, they have agreed generally that the President has to make a clean break with the economic policies of President Nixon if he hopes to restore public confidence Public confidence is the most important weapon to fight in flation And the public simply has lost confidence in the Nixon economic team, which President. Ford has now inherited BLUNT ADVICE: Republican congressional leaders have given President Ford some blunt ad. vice. They reminded him that" he started out making decisions by himself when he first took over the Republican leadership in the House This got him into hot water, so he began listening to the other leaders He was far more successful they suggested Head Food 61iff 's Note s help you think for yourself in literature. Th e y"re r2111711'711'7ll''Ail wri tten o y ex pert s to guide you i n unde r standing and appreciating contemporary and i; la s sic nov e l s and poems. Ecology we're working on It! Du ring the pa s t 14 yea rs C liffs Not es has u s ed ov e r 2.400 000 tons of paper u sing r e cycled pulp. More than 200 titles available at: iii Little 9353 Floriland Mall A Professor Book Center SELECT WINES, CHEESES DELIMEATS, PARTY TRAYS Sandwiches To Go-Fresh Bread Daily-Fresh Bagels Open Fridays till 9 p .m. BUSCH BLVD. BULLARD PARKWAY IV> []Bullard Parkway Near Corner Of t 56th & Busch Blvd after he began consulting with them. As President, he has relapsed into making decisions all alone He failed to consult Republican leaders about pardoning former President Nixon. The decision has backfired badly HE ALSO failed to consult them about removing George Bush as Republican National Chairman Changing the party leadership at the height of the political campaign has brought an outcry from Republican candidates all over the country The President agreed with their advice and has dutifully promised to consult them hereafter on major decisions. NIXON'S WOES: Friends of Richard Nixon tell us he is in no condition to testify at the Watergate trials. He is so depressed, they say, that he can' t bear to discuss Watergate. Any cross-examination, they fear, would cause his emotional collapse They definitely hope therefore, that the court will accept his phlebitis condition as medical grounds for excusing him from the witness stand. The discovery of a new blood clot in his lung has strengthened his case. Nixon had been subpoenaed earlier to be deposed in a Watergate-related lawsuit. But his friends feared he couidn't stand the emotional strain. They persuaded him to enter the hospital the day before he was scheduled to testify. OUR COURT sources believe Judge John Sirica will eventually order independent doctors to e xamine the former president. Sirica is expected to study their diagnosis of Nixon s physical and emotional incapacity before ruling whether he must testify. If the doctors believe he is too ill to appear in court, the judge is expected to order Nixon's deposition taken quietly a t San Clemente perhaps on film so it can be shown in the courtroom "The Most Brilliant New Movie of the Year!'' 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6.-THE ORACLE October 3, 1974 Santana, Golden Earring to play Santana and special guest Golden Earring Produced by Gulf Artists Tonight 8 p.m. CurtisHixon Admission $6 BY MARK SHERMAN Oracle Staff Writer The time was mid-1969 and the rock music scene was on the verge of splitting into many directions. The "heavy" sound had run it's course with Cream, now disbanded. "Acid" rock was also dying as the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane had played it to death for two years. There was also bubble-gum music for all the top-40 freaks. THEN SANTA-NA entered, a mixed group of whites, blacks and Latins with the accent on a Latin form of rock and roll blues. Led by (and named for) guitarist Carlos Santana, the group was quickly snapped up by the folks at Columbia Records. A fine first album followed with two singles released five months later. The first, "Jingo," did moderately well but it was "Evil Ways" that established Santana in the world of rock and roll. A year passed, with Santana on the road. The second album "Abraxes" was released at Christmastime, 1970. A single, "Black Magic Woman" was released and signaled to the rock world a shifting away from the raw and sometimes sloppy songs and instrumentation typical of the first album. At this time the original group disbanded. In ternal hassles are named as the primary cause. After three months of relative silence from the group, Carlos assembled a new group under the same name and released the long-awaited third album. It was a musical rehash of "Abraxes." Although Santana's guitar playing had improved and evolved through softer jazz music, the group couldn't live down the reputation of raw power that the first album provided. NO LIVE albums were released, but Carlos accepted an invitation from Buddy Miles to appear as a guest in Miles' Hawaiian show. An album of the concert was released and Carlos Santana was again established the hard-driving, rock-blues guitarist. "Caravan Seri" was released shortly after the Miles-Santana effort and proved disappointing to those who enjoy the vibrant blues guitar of Carlos Santana. The album is well done with a number of new ideas, primarily a more melodic, jazz approach to the music. Some think this new style was due in part to Carlos' friendship with John McLaughlin, leader of the Mahavishnu Orchestra, who, while not exactly a soft guitar player, does provide some easy listening arrangements. A joint project developed from the friendship and an album of the finest guitar work ever recorded was released. Earlier this year, Carlos regrouped the original Santana band and began to tour. This writer has seen Santana on two occasions, once prior to the release of the first album and the second after "Caravan Seri." Even though their style on the albums has changed, the Santana band and Carlos Santana have changed very little. The raw power that spawned the first album is there, in concert, in it's finest form. Look for them to run through material from "Welcome" the latest Santana effort, at the shows beginning. Rumor has it that Santana will play mostly favorites from "Santana," the first album, and also "Abraxes." In a smaller hall like Curtis Hixon, Carlos Santana is at his best. You can bet your $6 ad mission that it will be a good concert. Tickets are available at the following locations: Rasputins, Music Library. Budget Tapes and the Record Bar, Tampa; Music Odyssey and The Real Place, St. Peter. sburg; Stereo Tape and the Record Bar, Clearwater; Slipped Disc, Largo; Asylum Records, Sarasota; and International Im ports, Brandon. Tickets may be purchased at the Box Office on the day of the show. USF Artist Series Presents Golden Earring ('Radar Love') on stage with super human acrobatics and good music. i Jackson's Bicycle i e Store e = = = = 10053 Carrollwood Center i Tampa, Florida 33612 i = = = 935-4411 = i1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111J LOUii FALCO Students $2.00 DAnCE comPAnY "The most exciting new modern dance company fo emerge during the last decade." .. N.Y. Times Friday & Saturday -October 4 & 5 8:30 p.m. University Theatre Tickets on sale now, Theatre box office, I: 15-1:30 p.m. For information about FREE USF student tickets, phone 974-2323 General $4.00

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THE ORACLE -October 3, 1974 7 Marriage preferred in poll NEW YORK Marriage is here to stay. A poll shows marriage is changing but that nine out of 10 American women and men -prefer marriage to any other lifestyle The Roper Organization conducted the Third Virginia Slims American Women's Opinion Poll. Given a choice, only two per cent of the surveyed women would pursue a career rathe r than marriage and ehildren. Adults of both sexes approve of boys taking cooking classes and girls learning woodworking But one in four men think sewing classes for boys are not good. Nine out of 10 women acknowledge love and communication as fundamental in a good marriage. Women indicated that they want men to loosen up emot.ionally. They place high valu e s on such traits as sen si tivi ly and gentleness. Celebration Road Show with Gary Miller, Nick Oppermann; MONDAY Jim Beebe, Charles Hooks, Milt Schulz, Craig Hodnett and Laurie Seaman. Gospel-Dixie jazz band swings tonight The Celebration Road Show, a Gospel-Dixieland Jazz band, performs today at 3 p m in the Empty Keg North The group performs religioustype jazz music without preaching, said a UC Program Office spokesman. THE CELEIHL\TIO:\ Road Show is made up of professional mu s i cian s louring the country. The group's leader is Gary Miller. The trumpeter and cornet .play e r is a former parish of the United Church of Christ. He has a classical music background and has played in several jazz bands. Nick Opperman, leader of the folk group "30 Strings, plays guitar and banjo and does vocals. He has played in the past with Joni Mitchell. Jim Beebe trombone, has recorded and played with the jazz greats of Dixieland, Art Hodes and Eddie Condon. PLAYING CLARINET, flute and sax for the group is Charles Hooks, who has played with Pee Wee Hunt. Hooks was a professor at the University of Michigan Veteran drummer Milt Schultz has previously played with Sammy Davis, Jr. and Roberta Sherwood. Bass and tuba are provided by Craig Hodnett, leader of the Experimental Jazz Lab Band at Buffalo State University SG announces health care deadline Oct.11 is the last day students can sign up for the SG-sponsored health care protection program, Alan Jotkoff, student health insurance committee chairman, said. The cost of the program for one year is $59.60 for single persons and $147.20 for families. Vocalist and Pianist Laurie Seaman is the newest member of the group, and has sung with several rock groups. WUSflJ& channel FHIDAY 10 p.m. The Way It Was -premiere of a sports nostalgia series, featuring great moments in sports. Tonight features the 1951 baseball playoff series between the New York Giants and the Brooklyn Dodgers. Guests are Leo Durocher, Bobby Thomson and Willie Mays from the Giants and Ralph Branca, Don Newcombe and Duke Snider from the Dodgers. The series host is Curt Gowdy. SATURDAY 7:30 p m Video Visionaries -a series featuring experimental uses of television by video artists. This week: "Global Groove" by Nam June Paik. 8:30 p m. Norman Corwin Presents The light drama "The Discovery is presented. It stars William Shatner (Star Trek) as a Nobel prize-winning scientist who discovers a fairy with magical powers. 10 p.m. Men Who Made the Movies Film director Howard Hawks is in terviewed and his films discussed FULLY ACCREDITED COURSES IN BIBLE AND RELIGION (Just $2.00 per hour!) THE UNIVERSITY BIBLE CHAIR 12720 N. Florida A venue (Between Fowler & Fletcher Avenues) Call Terry-932-1345 or 935-4192 OFFERING THIS QUARTER: Christian Evidences I The New Testament Teaching the bible as inspired-inerrant-anthoritative INCLUDED IN the group's repetoire are "I Believe in Music," "Amazing Grace," and "When the Saints Go Marching In 839-1602 The Celebration Road Show is co-sponsored by UC Program Office and Campus Ministry. Admission is free. OPIN.,. 11 UL TO 7 P.M. -SO. DllE MA9RY 120. IUllAID PAllWAY AT ll PIADO TEMPU TEllA
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8-THE ORACLE USF netters start early sports October 3, 1974 BY RINDY WEATHERLY Oracle Sports Editor It isn't officially tennis season yet, but no one is telling that to the 11 who showed up at yesterday's meeting for prospective Brahmisses' tennis players. A lorig ride Oracle photo by Gabe Puniska Catcher Dave Bearden gets good wood on the ball as he participates in fall baseball practice. The Brahmans tuned up for tomorrow's St. Petersburg Community College contest with an intrasquad game yesterday. AtSHAIBT'S weservefun (also pizza) 8114 N. Fla. AveTampa, Fla. 935-3101 Coach JoAnne Young en couraged the group, which in cluded three returnees to play as much tennis as possible before the Jan. 6 tryouts YOUNG ALSO sugg e sted the prospects do some endurance running and wind sprints and work out with weights The trio of veterans at the meeting was junior Robin Edenbaum, sophomore Candy Fishel and senior Rosa Poza. Terry Sherlock, also a senior, missed _the meeting because of illness Notable absentees were last year's top seeded player Gail O'Connor and number six seed Becky Reese "I haven't talked to either of them," Young said, adding she had heard that Reese did not intend to try out this year. O'Connor is teaching tennis and Bowling tonight USF's Bowling League swings into action tonight at 6: 30 at the Florida Lanes This is the second time the league has met this quarter. Officers were elected at last week s meeting El e cted were : Bill Grothe, president ; Dave Johnson, vice president; and Christie Hay secretarytreasurer. Students, facult y and staff interested in joining may attend tonight or contact Heather Grothe at 974-2100 CExt. 338) for more information probably will not be back either, Edenbaum said. Reese and O'Connor could not be reached for comment. NEWCOMERS to the squad include Odessa (Tex .) Junior College graduate Becky Grab and Jill Dubman, last year' s number two player at Miami Dade North Junior College. Mary Sinclair Ann Davis and Mari Ciccarello, all from Tampa, are also trying out "There's going to be a lot of depth this year, Edenbaum said. "These people will be able to beat each other on given days Top opponents the Brahmisses will face this year include Rollins College, Marymount College, Princeton University, Florida State University and the University of Miami Hey Turkey 11111 J oAnne Young ... meets with team Eric Weissberg & Deliverance will make the:ir Tampa debut Live and in concert at Pirate Playland Sat. Oct. 5 Two shows l :30 pm & 7 :00 pm $3.00 advance $4.00 at the door SEE AND HEAR Eric Weissberg & Deliverance PLUS Orange Blossom Bluegrass Sat Oct. 5 Three shows 1 :30 pm 7 pm 10 pm Pirate Playland Busch Blvd., Tampa (across from Busch Gardens) Hear the Music that's Sweeping the College Campus The Grammy Award-winning Song "Dueling Banjos" from the movie Come Early and Ride the European Rides IT'S GONNA BE A HOOTl!ll Record Man 1623 N Fla. Ave. 120 E. Brandon Blvd Pirate Playland Busch Blvd. Paragon's Music 2139 W. Hillsborough Budget Tapes Krochman's Music House Terrace Village 3637 S. Manhattan Ave Shopping Centre

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... One. minute away from USF H ... Storefront parking r:;ym (plenty of it) W AVENV6 ... Shop in any of our 15 unique stores I The Little People's Place This shop has been dedicated to the laughter of. 'tittle .People' Handmades for Children 11126 N. 30th Street Phone: 971-1516 Closed Mondays Tues. thru Sat. l 0-5 Fridays till 9pm White and Colored All M :fCE 69 each 4 oz. Froien arine Shrimp $1.00 each Buy 1 fish at regu. lar price get 2nd fish of same kind Y2 price ALL BREED GROOMING DOG BATHING AND DIPPING I (l O pet groom ings -11th FREE!) I Good thru Sat. Oct. 5 .. .. .. :; .. Campus Drugs The center for discount Student Prescriptions *********** Check Campus Drugs First 11144 No. 30th ST. 977-0451 (Across from Schlitz) 8ANKAMERICAID. Special! Good thru Sunday Only Nickelodeon Hot Fudge Sunda Lindy Banana Split $ T. l 0 Main Street Ice Cream N. 30th ST. Across from Schlitz PH 977-5066

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10-THE ORACLE October 3, 1974 Anniversary specials: Gitane 10 speeds $129.95 Reg. $150.00 Mercier 10 speeds $125.00 Reg. $150.00 Royal Knight 10 speeds $109.00 Reg. $115 Bay Area's Largest Selection of Car Racks 10 per cent off any Rack Offer Good thru Oct. 5 -Open9-7 weekdays Sat. 9 5 ""' 11148 N. 30th St. 971-2439 (across from Schlitz) -"laMPA 11136 N. 30th St. 971-1344 "choice, selective, unusual" Our Specialty Is: arabia from finland crystal, enamel and dishes marrimekko fabrics incense and holders straw baskets and hangings paper lanternsall sizes and colors candles dried flowers hanging terrariums assorted chimes e assorted cricket boxes No chc:irge for layawc;:1y Free gift wrapping 11130 N. 30th St. 977-4795 "Furniture Sets Your Mood ... rent your mood from Broyh.ill" with option to purchase Quality Merchandise Fast Delivery 971-4930 11156 N. 30th ST. (Across from Schlitz) JAZZ! Special Orders! Great Cult-Outs! Mothers! We buy used records in MINT condition Quad LP's only $698 List LP's onl y SEX $479 $479 Now we have your undivided attention we would like to introduce the Athletic Shoe Factory 11154 No. 39 30th St. (Across from Schlitz) 971 1r Athletic Shoes* (Puma, Adidas, Converse, Nike, Keds, Bata, K-Swis.s) 1rTe11nis1r (Head, Wilson, Davis, Dunlop, Tretorn) 1r Racketball (Leach, Ektelon, Marcraft, Seamco, Zhalls) 1rHandball* (Super Tiger, Champion, Ace, Seamless) *Table Tennis* (Nittaku, Butterfly, Stiga, Fuji) Adidas T-Shirts Student Discount!

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your THE ORACLE-October3, 1974 11 As you may suspect, selecting a stereo system is more tha.n just a matter of taste. It is first and foremost the process of discovering just how much performance you can get for your dollar. This ad was designed to help you determine what is available at three different budget levels. (And hopefully persuade you to buy your system from us.) $290 System For $290, we can offer you a system that is reasonably accurate, but sacrifices a little at the extremes of the .musical range to achieve a satis. factory volume level. This is a great starter system a:nd makes a good second system for a den or bedroom later, should you decide you'd like a larger system. The receiver is a Kenwood KR-1400. Its looks are pure sex. But more importantly, it sounds a lot bigger than it really is. The KR-1400 generates 1 O watts RMS per channel, both channels driven. into 8 ohms at 1 kHz. The changer is a BSR-260 AX, probably the least expensive, high quality changer on the market. Comes complete with dustcover, base .and a Shure M-81 cartridge. The speakers are Ultralinear SO's. One of the best. under-$100 speakers we've ever heard. We liked them well enough to buy a small warehouse full. $410 System For $410, we can equip you with a stereo system that's accurate across the entire musical range. One that will give you every musical note your ears can hear. Our $41 O system is plenty loud in a medium to large room. The receiver is Pioneer's new SX-434. This is one of Pioneer's most amazing receivers, with a tuning section better than most receivers at twice the price. It delivers 15 watts RMS per channel into 8 ohms at less than .8% distortion, 40-20,000 Hz. And the SX-434 is direct coupled for even greater clarity. The changer is a BSR 310 AXE. It includes all the features you need for easy operation and good sound. Cueing control, anti-skating and four position speed adjustment. The speakers are the key to this system's full-range sound. They're the Small Advents. No speaker we know of anywhere near the price can out perform the Advents in flat, wide response with lew distortion. Despite their low price and modest size, the Smaller Advents hang on to the guttiest bass rightdown to the lowest frequencies you can hear. $600 System For $600, you can get a system that combines completely satisfying accuracy with enough volume output for very large listening rooms. In addition, our $600 system includes features which add to the ease and flexibility of operation, and which help preserve your records. For most people, the point of diminishing returns is in this price range. The receiver in our $600 system is Pioneer's SX-535. Picture 40 watts of power sitting impatiently inside a sexy chrome, glass and walnut package, and you've imagined a Pioneer SX"'.535. Twenty watts per channel RM$, 40-20,000 Hz into 8 ohms at less than .8% distortion. The SX-535 has special circuits for two tape decks, a dual meter tuning system with FM-linear dial scale and other control luxuries. The 1225 is not one of Dua'l's most expensive models, but you'd never know it to see it in action. Its features include an external anti-skating These are three systems typical of what we can put device, pitch control, a damped cue control and a tonearm that's dynamitogether for any budget at Viviano Stereo. We're cally counter-balanced on all planes. confident we can give you a better system for less The speakers in the $600 system are Advents. But this time, the big money and with better service than you'll get elseones. Here's what Stereo Review Magazine has to say about these where. Come see. amazing speakers. "The lows remained strong and clean all the way down Vl.VIano S"'ewi:eo Shops to 20 Hz with very low distort:on. Without a doubt, the Advent is one of the 11.! .a.' smoothest and widest-range speakers we've ever tested. The extreme low Now 2 Locations bass reproduction sets the Advents apart from anything else in its class ... 1536 S. Dale Mabry, phone 251-1085 11158 N 30th Street, phone 977-0670 For stereo stuff like: Advent, Bose, Ess, Kenwood, Pioneer, Marantz, BSR, Garrard, Dual, Shure, Empire, Sony, and more.

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" .. 12-THEORACLE: October 3, 1974 We BuySell Trc-de Bay Area COIN ENTRE, INC. Complete line of coin supplies Stop in and see Bob (813) 971-0363 .... : 11108 N. 30th St. Tampa, Rorida (across from Schlitz) KNrr AND DRESS. .. : SHIRTS .. Suits:and. SportscQats I Tlt .F. DodeCtfY. Galnesvllle Loketond and Tampa 11142 No. 30th St. (Across from Schlitz) )WICKER RATTAN! 11122 N. 30th ST. Bet. Busch & Fowler Just north of Busch Gardens Across from Schlitz 977-5907 Mon. Fri. 10 am -7 pm Sat. 10 arn -6 pm Master Charge -Bank Americard -Lay-away Plan The Most Valuable Product We Offer Won't Cost. You ... A Cent. It's called service. The PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTS CENTER is not so much a store as a resourc; : e advice, equipment and compassion to help,you expand your photographic vision. We carry all major brands of cameras, lenses and accesso ries at discount prices, offer State-of-the-Art Darkroom and Studio facilities at a nominal fee, and run a photographic school taught by working professionals At PAC we're deeply committed to photography, and want to share .our knowledge and excitement with you. Come and see us. We re across from Schlitz on N 30th St. We've tried to make our hours convenient for you also. The store, darkrooms and studio are open from 10 AM to 10 PM on weekdays and 10 AM to 6 PM on Saturdays PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTS CENTER

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1No other alternative' but to f11e suit: Kimmel THE ORACLE -October 3, 1974 13 Remember US from last year? Village Rx Center your money-saver Student-staff-Faculty Discount on Rx 10938 N. 56th St. Terrace Village Shopping Center BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer Faculty members under the Teachers Retirement System and the administration that faculty members can join and work together. SENATE MEMBER James Gould, said, "I can't agree the legislature has violated its authority. I can't agree that morality is necessarily with the people who have brought the suit. There are alternative ways without damaging SO!lle of us who are trapped." Kimmel said State Retirement Director Robert Kennedy has joined the BOR as a co-defendant and also requested the class action suit be dismissed. "He wants us to sue him too," Kimmel said. "In truth he is one of the defendants although not responsible." In other action the Faculty Senate discussed the new grievance procedure adopted by the BOR. SENATE PRESIDENT Jesse Binford said the new policy provided peer group evaluation at all levels An elected faculty committee would be provided in all informal hearings he said. Six of the universities will have to obtain elected faculty committees for the first time, he said. A motion was passed for the chairman of the Faculty Senate, the chairman of the ARC and the chairman of the Academic Personnel Council to meet with Pres. Mackey to implement guidelines for the grievance procedure here Associate English Professor Helen Popovich was elected to replace Peter Kares as a member of the State University System Faculty Senate Council. DECORATOR BLOCK 988-3896 7 5/8 X 15 5/8 -7 5c 11 5/8 x 11 5/8 -$1 WHITE CEMENT BRICK 17e CLAY POTS All Sizes 2Y2,, 14" 14e and up HANGING BASKETS PLASTIC WIRE CLAY BEST SELECTION IN TAMPA INDOOR GARDENING SUPPLIES POTTING SOIL WATER SOLUBLE PERLITE VERMICULITE l__ -CLOSED SUN. 9am -6 pm O'BERRY OUTDOOR PRODUCTS INC. For $500 a month -Think Deep If you 're good enough, you can he a nuclear officer. The Navy needs some very special college graduates who aren't afraid to find out how good they really are. Find out how can earn more than $500 a month during your senior year and he guaranteed nuclear power training upon graduation. Call 985-1010 for more information or see your Navy Officer Information Team Oct. 7-10 at the Career Placement Center.

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14 TJ:IE ORACLE October 3, 1974 Exdllsive "Live versus Recorded" Demonstration! Friday, OCTOBER 4th-Saturday,OCTOBER 5th 7 and 9 P.M. Noon and 3 P.M. The finest stereo system you could have in your own home would be a group of live musicians Since this is not practical, you need a stereo system that can most accurately reproduce live music. Here is your opportunity to make a comparison of the finest stereo system with a live musical group. The combination of musicians has been selected to tax. the capabilities of our Phone today for your reserved seat. Space for seating is I 1mited. t."Jl lr .... om Mcintosh rience in ster" o ans1Ner any ut the equip l .. 111:' L.IVC Y::t. nt::t;Orded AKG D200E The AKG D200E has separate elements for low. and high frequencies which allows exceptionally wide. smooth, fre quency response and freedom from distortion. $79.95 Mcintosh C-28 We chose the Mcintosh C-28 because it ha s internal noise lev e l of less than one-third of any preamplifier. The 114 dB dynamic range of .the C-28 ex ceeds that of the world's finest concert halls' $499.00 I I I I ,,. I I I I I Tandberg Tape Recorder stration. "". Tandberg 9200X AKG Microphone Superb perforrna ncP. ease o f operatio n
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Frosh swimmers impress Grindey at fall practice BY JEFF WHITTLE Oracle Sports Writer Heading into the second day of two-a-day practices, the USF men s swim team has slimmed down to 16 swimmers and five divers "Everyone's be en working super-hard," Brahman coach Bob Grindey said "We've been going about 10,000 yards a day, and hope to be around 12,000 when we really get going." FOUR FRESHMEN have caught Grindey's eye in the first workouts "I'm really pleased with Russell Barnhardt, Mike Smith, Jack Sanderson, and Guy Babylon. They've all worked real hard," he said. Barnhardt, Smith, and Sanderson are all Florida products, while Babylon is from New Windsor, Maryland. The Brahman tankers seem to have their work cut out for them Wrestlers set 'best schedule' A slate of wrestling matches against colleges throughout the state is planned by USF's Wrestling Club this year. The schedule, which begins Nov. 13 with a trip to Brevard Community College and lasts through the first week of March, is the best and most complete one the group has ever had, according to last year's club president Carl Hillman. Other opponents currently on the list include Florida State University Florida International Universit y the University of Tampa, Broward Community College and Edison Community College. The wrestlers will meet Monday from 4 t o 5 p.m in the wrestling room, GYM 101. Students interested in joining may attend the meeting or call Hillman a fter 5 p.m at 977-5039. during the coming season Their schedule indudes meets with the University of Florida l Florida State University, the University of Miami and Tulane University, all expected by Grindey to be high in the national r ankings. "To compete with some of the people on our schedule," Grindey said, "we're just going to have to have more scholarships fo work with. We have five scholarships to use whereas someo"e like Florida has the maximum of 19 to recruit with." Grindey also said he wants to schedule a meet between this year's squad and swimmers from past USF teams "I'm hopipg that it can become an annual, fun type thing,'" he said. "BUT WITH former All Americans like Dean Hardy, Rick Morehead John Stevens and John Woodward swimming for the alumni, they'd be pretty tough to beat," he continued The event is tentatively planned for sometime around Thanksgiving. The Brahmans' first meet is scheduled during the Christmas break with the season getting into full swing Qtr 2. TODD and Yul Br ynne r DOY,HAVE WE COT A VACATION FOR VOU .. .. Where nothing can posslbly go wor,...f:I MIDNITE SHOW FRI. & SAT. 10024, N. 30th St. S Lop i 11 for :-;o 111 e 111t11 H'h i es too! THE 11-FASHIOI STOIE THE ORACLE -October 3, 1974 WESTS HORE PLAZA NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER BRITTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 705 FRANKLIN STREET Long Sleeve Shirts Eye Pleasing Prints and Solids. Mix n' Match Lush Crepes Soft Knits and Smooth Blends. Perfect with all our Pants and Skirt Fashions. 15

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16 -THE ORACLE October 3, 1974 When busted, you have rights Editor's note: This is the first in a series of articles concerning the legal aspects of smoking marijuana and a citizen's rights pertaining to search and seizure. BY HARRY STRAIGHT Oracle Feature \'\ lriter In the small country of Bhutan, on the southern border of China, marijuana grows abundantly on the hillsides. But surprisingly the people there don' t smoke it. They feed it to their pigs. Presumably a stoned pig with the hungries does nothing all day but stuff itself with food and grow fat and juicy. Not only have the people discovered how to have contented pigs but they can't put a pig in jail for using pot. AND IN some states in our own country, human beings are not put in jail for using it. In Oregon, for instance, the possession of a "small amount" of grass is a non criminal offense, punishable by a fine of not more than $100. But in the sunshine state, the possession of more than five grams of marijuana constitutes a felony. Like wife-beating, bur ning down your neighbor's house or robbing the local 7-11 grocery store. It makes no dif ference. And that's important. The social and medical questions surrounding the use of marijuana are interesting and provocative but the legal situation is hard and fast. Pot smoking is illegal. Period. Doesn't matter if it's a good law or a bad one If you get caught, you're probably going to go to jail. BUT THE law does much more than just punish offenders. It also protects you. "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects against unreasonable search and seizure shall not be violated and no 4 prelaw sessions slated with adviser Prelaw students may meet with Dr. Janice Snook, pre-law advisor for the Political Science Department, at four sessions scheduled for Qtr. 1. These general information sessi ons will be held on the Oct. 14, Oct 28, Nov. 18 and Dec. 2 from 2 p m. to 3 or 4 p m. in SOC 304. For further information con tact Dr. Snook at 974-2683, or call the Political Science office at 9742384. warrant shall issue but upon probable cause supported by oath or affirmation and particularly describing the place to be searched and the person and place to be seized." This sentence is from the Fourth Amendment. It protects you against arrest without facts that indicate a crime has been committeed. Suppose you're at a party. Half the crowd is turned on. Suddenly there is a knock on the door. A voice says "Police Open up." SOMEONE OPENS the door, the police come in and search everyone and you all are taken down to the court house and booked for possession of marijuana. What do you do? The first thing to remember is don't panic. Make no statements, alibis, or excuses. Ask for a phone call. Ask to see an attorney If you haven't been smoking and nothing is found on you, in most cases you're home free. But
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I THE CHAIN I WARDS GREAT "TODAY" SHOP WHERE A GUY CAN AFFORD TO LOOK THE WAY HE FEELS Monsanto Thi" knil swl'ut tr will ht rt' plttC'l'd or monty rt>funded if it foils tn i.:-in n o r mal w1-.1r for o n t' J THE ORACLE-October 3, 1974 Knockout looks Knock-down prices. $3 off. sweaters The lookin'-so-fine turtle gets $ 9 a ribbing. Right:on 'n hugga-bly soft in luxurious Wear Dated Acrilan acrylic. Knockoutcolors. 8 M-L. REG. $12 $4 off. Slacks made for action Easy movin' ready for groov-$ }3 in' flares built for comfort. Super. Rich-lookin', contrast stitched woven polyester. Now colors. Waists 28-36. REG. $17 Action-gear? See it here. JUST SAY "CHARGE IT" AT WARDS Floriland Mall-9393 Fla. Ave. Open Mon-Sat 10 am to 9 pm Sundays 12:30 pm to 5:30 pm 17

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18-THE ORACLE October 3, 1974 Student consumer group eyed The would resolution create an agency to "serve as an advocate of consumers, advise consumers on matters regarding consumer problems, distribute inforn1ation and act as an initiating body for programs designed to aid the consumer interest." Fall, winter stars in planetarium show The autum n night sky and detailed views of prominent constellations will be featured in this quarters' program of the TJSF Planeta rium. The shows which will begin Oct. 6 and continue through Nov. 24, will be held Sundays at 2 p m., at the Planetarium, located between the Phyysics and Engineering buildings. The programs are free and open to the public Reserv atio ns are required and may be made by calling 974-2580. BY lLENE JACOBS Oracle Staff Writer The Student Senate voted Tuesday night to appoint a committee to study the feasabi lity of establishing a student consumer association at U.S.F In other actions, the senate "appointed" SG officials and introduced bills dealing with the recently formed SG Productions, the establishment of a standing Ways and Means Committee, and proc ed ures for a llocating the activity and service fee budget. THE CONSUMER resolution sponsored by Senators Richard Sarafan and Victoria Harman would create an agency to "serve as an advocate of consumers, advise consumers on matters re ga rding consumer problems distribute information ... and act as an initiating body for programs designed to aid the consu_mer interest." Senator Abbey Rosenfeld was voted chairperson of the committee studying the proposed association. In a move which he described as "highly unusual", SG Pres. Richard Merrick prepared two bills "hoping tha t one or another of the senators will sponsor it so it can come to the floor.'' The first bill called for the establishment of a Senate Ways and Means Committee to provide the senate with information needed to make decisions concerning allocation of the activity and service fee THE COMMITTEE chairperson would work for the Student Fin nance Committee The bill is "geared at making sure that th e senate has th e in formation it needs in enough time to make reasonable, valid budgetary decisions," Merrick said "It is an obvious requirement when you consider the finance com mittee is soley responsible for allocating a budget of $1.6 million," Jay Welch, co-sponsor of the bill, said The second bill Merrick initiated deals with procedures SG must follow in allocation of the activity and servic e fee budget. It was sponsored by Senator John Grannan. ALL BILLS introduced Tuesday were tabl ed until next week's meeting because SG rules provide that all legisl ation must be open to discussion for at least a week before a vote is allowed Four new senators appointed to fill vacancies at the Senate 's first meeting were John Grannan, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Dist. IV; Richard Lewis, College of Arts and Letters Dist. I ; Mark Donahue, College of Business Administration, Dist. II, and Galen Brooks, College of Business Administration, Dist. I. Ill Ro;tns. I/off? DIXIELAND OCTOBER 3 THE EMPTY KEG at 3:00 Outside ARGOS CAFETERIA. at 7:00 Sponsored by. THE CHAPEL -Housing Office U.C. Program Office AMERICAN O\JERSEAS CORP. "Your on-campus travel agency" ..:-:....,....==::::: .... ... All USF Students 1. Come in and see us or We are here to assist the university community in all travel needs. AMERICAN EXPRESS J REPRESENTATIVE call us at Adm. 102 phone 974-2001 -We are your cruise headquarters -We offer SPECIAL RA TES for group travel -We have information on all tours ask about free travel for group leaders

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( classified ads J ( PERSONAL ) {SERVICES OFFERED l ( AUTOMOTIVE ) GUYS-GALS 18-24 years old. A progressive New York Co. is expanding operations in the S. E. Now hiring ambitious folks for staff full and part time of Tampa office Long hair O.K. 5160-5200 PER WEEK. For appt. call Mr. O'Cleary at 870-1543. 9 a.m.2:30 p.m. 10-4 NEED TO RENT your apartment or find a roommate? Come by the Student Government office and leave the in formation with us. We will be happy to help you through our Community Services Office. -974-2419 or come in UC 156. 10-4 BABYSITTERS needed for the Student Government Babysitting Referral Service. Babysit when and however often you like. Come in a11d register at UC 156. Also, if you need a sitter, call us at 974-2419. 10-4 HAVE A problem? Call HELPLINE 974-2555 or Women's Line 974-2556. If interested in training as an operator, please contact HELPLINE. 10-3 HAVE SHOPS to sublet. Open for suggestions. Plants, jewelry, crafts, clothes, ceramics, antiql.ies, etc. Taking consignments also. Call 977-5063. 10-9. CASH FOR bedroom furniture. Need red: desk, dresser, chair, floor lamp. Call early a.m. 971-7860. Chuck. 10-9. ( FOR RENT ) FOR RENT-Furn., one bedroom, near USF. Short term lease. No pets please. Call 977-1644 after 5 p.m. and weekends, 12709 N. 19th SI. 12;6. FLORAWOOD VILLAS Country Living New 2 bdrm. duplex apts. 5175-5185. Near USF & VA Hospital. l mile N. of Skipper on Livingston Ave. Call 977-1142. 12;6 RAINBOW Rentals Furn. one bdrm apts. Patio & pool, Lndry rms. 5150. 971-6937 near USF. 10-18 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX. Unfurn, 6 minutes from USF. No deposit on pets. Lots of room. Phone 986-3582 or 971-5605. 10-9 LAKEFRONT APT. New furnished, one bdrm, LR, DR, kit., carpeted, ac, Gentleman. $175.00 incl. utilities. 986-3072 10-4 FOR RENT: l bedroom duplex, furn. $125 mo. 9802 N. 11th St. 10-3. DUPLEX APTS. 8614B Mulberry Dr. Two bedrooms, air conditioned. Can be shared by students. 540.00 weekly. 10-8. 711 2 MINUTES FROM USF New 2 bdr w-w carpet central heat and air, drapes, furn. $180-unfurn 5155. Phone 988tt FOR RENT 3 Br. mobile home. Partially furnished on 21/2 acres, 10 min. from USF. Call owner in Sebring (813) 385-3719 for further information. 10-8: ( FOR SALE J LEVI BELLS in denim, cords & brush denim. Straight legs in denim & cords. Also acme boots & good selection of western shirts. Only 10 min. from campus -4 blocks north of Dog Tracks. Bermax Western Wear. 8702 Nebraska Ave. 10-31. TWO CONTEMPORARY bowl chairs-Like new-$50 each; Stand-up bar (4l"x48") 560 King size waterbed padded frame $20; Portable stereo 530 Call 988-2930 between 6 pm and 11 pm. 10-4: 10 GALLON Aquarium complete with all accessories, supplies, fish and food. $15. Call 971-5014 after 5. 10-4. SURFBOARD -Gordon & Smith Hot Curl, 9' 10", 18 lbs., exce11ent condition, no dings or fractures, S50. Phone 988-7711. 10-4. WATER BED frames Con or above ground). Custom built at a price you can afford. Call Brian 977-4933 or 971-3784. 10-4,9, 10. VAN CONVERSIONS -Window & skylights installed, vans custom paneled & car peted. Good work, cheap prices. Call Brian 977-4933 or 971-3784. 10-4,9. BAY AREA !RISH SETTER CLUB ANNOUNCES conformation classes (show training) for all sporting breeds of dogs. Classes held at Roy Haines Park, three blocks south of Fletcher on N. Rome. Classes start October 8, 7:30 p.m., registration 7 p.m. Oct. 8 & 15. 510 for ten classes. Information 837-5524. 10-3,4,8, 11, 15. TYPING, Fast, Neat, and Accurate. Term Papers, Theses, Resumes. Close to USF. 988-0836. Lucy Wilson 10-22 FAST, accurate typing-professional results-48 hr. service. LIZ '79-7222 Ext. 238 (day) 988-3435 (eves) 10-2, 3, 8, 10,15,17,22,24,29,31,115,7' 12, 14, 19,21,26, 12-3,5: EXTRAORDINARY TYPIST-6 plus Years of Quality Work-I BM Selectric, type changes, carbon ribbon, pica. Gloria 8843909. 10-15 SECRETARIAL Position, 15 hours a week, 52.00an hour. Call IT 2099. 10-3 RIDING LESSONS -English Equitation and Dressage. Will teach you on your own horse or will furnish one. Call Casey 9613190. 10-4. GRE PREPARATION COURSE near USF. Score 1,000 or your money back. 18 hrs. 535; course repeatable free. Over 800 have taken our course in South Florida in the last 3 years. For info call 305-854-7466. 10-1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29, 31. CANOE RENTALS Day-Week Ph. 935-0018 10-4 ( HELP WANTED ) CHANGE!! This is not a normal ad because it is not a normal iob and we don't want normal people. We want ambitious young people who are not molded into society and want to make it without compromise. We offer hard work, preservation of your individuality and 5160 per week. For appt. call 870-1543. Ask for Mr. Hamilton, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 10-4 childless couple to operate Youth Hostel. Apartment plus 5300 per month. Preferences given to graduate students in Psychology,. Sociology and Counseling. References required. 229-6517, Dianne Talone. 10-3. PARALYZED veteran needs a part-time aide in return for room & board or a small salary. For more information, call Lynn, 971-3247. 10-4. STUDENT GOVERNMENT needs a secretary with typing and shorthand abilities. 20 hrs per week. Call 974-2401 or come by UC 156, 9 5:30 & ask for Stephanie. 10-9: UNISEX clothing store wants salesgirl for evening (5-9:30 p.m.) shift. Polygraph required. Call after 5 p.m. for ap' pointment. Pants Towne, Flori land Mall. 933-3758. 10-10. PART-TIME telephone solicitors for tax shelter investment company. work evenings Monday through Thursday from 5 to 9 p.m. and on Friday from 4 to 8 20 hour week. Start at $2.50 hour plus monthly bonus. Please call 872-9236 between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. WANTED-3 students who wantto sell for a local foundry & machine company. Work on commission. Call 626-7812. 10-3. EXP. SALES help wanted. Apply Slik Fashions. 10024 N. 30th St. lp-6. DOMESTIC help wanted M-F. Mornings 12:00. Close to USF. Call evenings 1328. 10-8. r LOST & FOUND J r REWARD-Lost Golden Retriever. Male, 70 3 bedroom, one floor gard-on home. All aplbs. Lost around USF area. If you see or pliances, full draperies. Must sell. Assume hear anything about the dog please call 7 3 4 per cent mortgage or buy con. me. I love him very much. Margie 971ventional, or assume with owner taking 9432, 971-2045, 971-8499, 971 1751. 10-4 back second. S36,000; Sl,500 below present LOST-Man's school ring (USF). Please call after 6 pm, 988-4486. Ring is while gold with "R" initial on stone and name inside, SlO reward. 10-2,3,4: TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES I LIMA, PERU ... Dec. 12-24. 4 credits. $575 includes transportation from Miami, room, breakfast, dinner. See Lupton, OCT Program, FAO 122, 2536. 10-31 asking price for same uriit. Please call 988-9212. 10-4 r MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS I 1973 HONDA 350 Cb. Only 400 miles. $850. Call 985-2064 or 988-2982. 10-4. '72 KAWASAKI G-5 100, 2200 miles, excellent condition with extras, only 5325. Call 886-1443 after 2 pm. 10-4. VW 411, 1972, 36,000 miles, original owner. Runs beautifully, 27 mpg. 52,400. Call 9713010 after 6 p.m. 10-1, 10-3. 1968 FORD LTD in excellent condition. All power with air. Just tuned. Sacrifice 5500. Please call 971-2823. 10-2,3,4,8,9: 1970 MALIBU, Air, PB, PS, 350-4 SP. Sharp inandout.Mustsell! 977-1289. 10-10. 1965 VALIANT, 4 door, air conditioned, automatic transmission. Inspected Good condition. Excellent mileage. 985-1763.10-9. TV, RADIO, STEREO I ... GARRARD TURNTABLE, Lafayette 50 watt amplifier, tuner, speakers. Real good condition. Sacrifice half-price $140. Call Dennis 935-7786. 10-3: SONY TC-440 reel to reel tape deck. Echo, sound on sound, etc. Per.feet condition. Extra tape both new and recorded. 5200. 977-0896 after 5 p.m. 10-10. i APTS. & HOUSES TO SHARE I FEMALE roommate wanted to share 2 br ., 2 bath apt. located at 56th St. and Fowler. Call Jane at 988-7166. 10-8. PERSON to share spacious house. $65 plus utilities. 315 S. Hyde Park. Call 971-7528 or stop by after 6. 10-4. Dave Heinz Imports Sales Service Parts 238-8485 1101 E. Hillsborough Ave, THE ORACLE-October3, 1974 19 Donate on a Regular Blood Plasma Program and Receive up to $40 a month. Bring Student ID or this ad and receive a bonus with your first donation. HYLAND DONOR CENTER 238 W. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Fla. 33602 appointment available to fit your class schedule Call 253-2844 Monday through Friday 8 :OO to 2 :30 985-4061 Cathedral Ceilings SIJ.RY VILLAtrE. SOth Street & Fletcher One Bedroom Apartment -755 Sq. Ft. $175 & :$180 Two Bedroom Apartment -900 Sq. Ft. $190 Four Bedroom Townhouse -1,550 Sq. Ft. $350 (One month's rent free with 12 month lease!) 10 mo. leases also available pool lau,,.ndry facilities close to USF and Temple Terrace pets welcome FOWLER AVENUE :r UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FLETCHER AVENUE

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20-:-THE ORACLE October 3, 1974 Come to our Grand Opening ... GBuy 4 pieces for$} 7 9 G 4 Win a Console Stereo et more pieces or a Portable TV Welcome to CHICKEN UNLIMITED ... a family We specialize in serving the most taste-tempting fried Chicken you've ever had .. crisp on the outside, tender and moist on the inside Our way of cooking doesn t let the delicious natural juices of the Chicken escape! Chicken Unlimited also serves other popular menu favorites ... Shrimp, Fish 'N Chips, Hamburgers, Cheeseburgers, Hot Dogs, French Fries, Salads, Soft Drinks and Desserts. And, you can eat inside in our spotlessly clean, air conditioned dining room or carry-home your com plete meal *NO COUPON NECESSARY OFFER NOT GOOD IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER OFFERS, COUPONS OR DISCOUNTS. ONE 4-PC. SPECIAL PER CUSTOMER NO "FAVORITE PIECE" SUBSTITUTIONS PLEASE. OFFER VALID ONLY AT 2010 FLETCHER AVE. EAST, TAMPA, FLORIDA, OCT. 4 THROUGH OCT. 13, 1974. w > q: q: :J) q: c:: "' U! z N t CHICKEN ("""""" .. FLETCHER ,_; ,_ UNIVERSIT Y OF

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