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The oracle
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The Oracle (Tampa, Fla)
Wright, Sandra (Editor)
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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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Publication board wants Oracle on ,campus Oracle photo by Dave Lenox Strummin' in the sun During yesterday's 80 degree afternoon at the Health Fair, a song seemed to be the most appropriate cap for a perfect day, so this USF student tuned up her guitar and filled the air' with. music. See story, page 3 thursday's ORACLE Shevin seeks:.r become a file a "frieri-(1.:.,:0'f: Oct. 31, 1974 Vol. 9 No. 79 .16 pages Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin said yesterday he will seek court permissfon to join the Tallahassee newspaper, the Deip.ocrat, in its suit against the Board of Regents (BOR), to open faculty evaluations to the public. t/j.-.;,. iw.. legal """ c;-. ,. Shevin -:g:15 ver-a. _:==-par Ia y ecF-Jm.. 'Ug. The' suit seeks to overturn a 1st District Court ruling which allows the BOR to keep faculty evaluations closed to the public. He said he is acting on behalf of the Florida Cabinet which has unanimously agreed the documents should be accessible. If the court refuses to allow him to drug /. the dryg g.rand He said to educate himself Jury w1U mthe future place 1ts emphas1s on with drug abuse=se.Fv iees-irrttre-area, mcrease prosecution of cocaine and-her oio public awareness. and support for the instead of marijuana traffickers a s they have programs, and inform the public about the been doing. '-. programs of the Florida Drug Abuse and Shevin said he has for nfany years strongly Education Trust, of which he is a co-trustee. supported treatment. alternatives for drug Shevin said he would be in favor of in. abusers rather than incarceration. Mayor Poe questioned Recently elected Mayor William Poe, left, spoke here yesterday on WUSF's panel discussion, "Areopagitica." Ques tioning him were (I to r) Don Baldwin, USF Mass Communications lecturer; Tony Hamilton of WFLA, Channel 8, and Tampa Tribune reporter Richard Allen. See story, page I;l. Oracle photos by Mary Lovinfo sse


2 -THE 0 RAC LE October 31, 1974 Nixon. improved but still critical LONG BEACH, Calif. Former Pres. Richard M. Nixon was described by his doctors yesterday as improved but still in critical condition, suffering pain, restlessness and nausea. Ronald Ziegler, former White House press secretary, said Nixon almost died Tuesday af ternoon but was pulled out of shock by fast action by his doc tors. Nixon is under watch around the clock at Long Beach Memorial Hospital with emergency resuscitation equipment at his bedside. "His vital signs are stable." Ziegler, one of the few aides to remain with Nixon after his resignation Aug. 9, talked with newsmen briefly at the hospital at noon. From the wires of U Pl Saxbe sees solution BROWNSVILLE, Tex. Atty. Gen. William B. Saxbe said yesterday that with $50 million extra appropriations, the Im migration Service could create one million jobs by rounding up and deporting the many em ployed illegal aliens. A "torrent" of job-seeking aliens entering the countrty illegally-mainly across 'the 2,000-mile Mexican borderconstitutes "one of the great migrations of our time," Saxbe said. He estimated there are seven to 133 million in the country now. Saxbe said the Immigration Service, with 1,600 Border Patrolmen and 90 investigators throughout the country, last year deported 80,000 illegal aliensequal to the population of the District of Columbia Idleness on the rise WASHINGTON -:The Labor Department said yesterday that during the first nine months of this year bigger and longer strikes bad resulted in 38 million days of idleness, the highest since 1970. the nine-month period idleness due to labormanagement disputes totaled 2 6 working days for every 1,000 work days In the same period last year, strike losses were 1.4 work days per thousand. Kissinger pledges aid DACCA, Bangladesh Secretary of State Henry Kissinger pledged yesterday the United States would do its best to assist r::ewly-independent Bangladesh in rescuing three million homeless and starving flood victims. Kissinger also told newsmen he is confident Middle East peace negotiations are still possible despite the Arab states' recognition of the Palestine Liberation Organization as the sole representative of the Palestinian people He said he probably will go to the Middle East next week to find out for himself. Three veto expulsion UNITED NATIONS The United States, Britain and France delivered an unpredented triple-veto yesterday, killing an African resolution recommending the expulsion of South Africa from the United Nations. For the first time in the 29-year-{)ld history of the United Nations three countries cast a veto against the same resolution. On the previous occasions, two powers have used the veto simultaneously. Machinist$_ $f9.ll with airlines ::-----MIAMI Striking machinists have ratified a new contract and a back to work agreement with National Airlines, the union announced yesterday. A union spokesman said 70 per cent of the 1,600 strikers voted to accept the contract and back to work agreement. -The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers has been on strike against National since July 15. The airline has been shut down since that date. National hopes to restore service Friday. The only possible hitch in the airline's plan to resume flights appeared to be back to work agreements with pilots and flight attendants. From the Wires of United Press International Hartwell gives view TALLAHASSEE -Circuit Judge Donald Hartwell gave strong indications yesterday he will rule that the game and fresh water fish commission has the power to block stocking of the white amur in Deer Point Lake near Panama City Hartwell, taking oral arguments in a suit filed against the Department of Natural Resources, said he will reserve ... biting comedy,"Butley" Presented by explores the complex The Theatre Department relationship between a Univ. of South Florida university lecturer and his UNIVERSITY former star pupil. THEATRE The Evening Standard November 1, 2, 3 and (London) heralded November 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 "Sutley" as "best new play 8: 30 p.m. of the year" in 19 72. USF Students free, Gen. $3, Other Stu. $1.50 Reservations: 813-974-2323 weekdays 9 4:30 p.m. Theatre Box Office open weekdays 1: 15 4:30 p.m. SPECIAL COMMUTER MATINEE Mon., Nov. 4, 2:00 p.m. USF students only. Validated ID required per admission. 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, LET 472, Tampa, Fla., 33620. Second class postage paid at Tampa, Fla. The Oracle 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-discriminatory basis, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age or national origin. The.University is an affirmative action i:qualOpportunity Employer. final judgement until he has time to study legal briefs filed earlier in the day. A bay county sportsmen's group filed suit on behalf of the commission to keep DNR from stocking 1,500 to 2,000 white amur, an East Asian grass carp, in Deer Point. DNR, with commission ap proval, is putting the fish in seven lakes_----The ir commission claims that the fish cannot spread. could escape from Deer Point "I'm quite certain the fish can into the inter-coastal waterway, be used effectively in small however, and have adverse efponds," Frye said. "But there is fects on water quality and plant a great distinction between the life. fish being an effective tool in a Dr. Earl Frye, head of the commission, told Hartwell the amur should only be stocked in managed fish pond and being an effective tool in a major river system. Then it's a different ball game." ''CHARIOTS OF THE GODS?'' Famous Controversial Author ERICH VON / DANll(EN lJV PERSON in Tampa Saturday McKay Auditorium-Univers.ity of Tampa Saturday, November 2 8 pm GET YOUR TICl(ETS NOW Tickets available at USF Student Center $5.00 all Sears Stores and Wig Wardrobes Von Daniken will show his own personal slides and will discuss them and answer your questions. Here is your chance to hear and speak to Von Daniken in personDON'T MISS YOUR OPPORTUNITY!! For more information: 837-8023, 832-3641 Tickets will he available at the door.


Easy time Oracle photo by Dave Lenox Taking advantage of the summer-like weathe. r and a break between classes, Ned Loader, 3 DUS, takes his pencil in hand and. sketches a stately oak.....;.one of many dappling the USF campus. Publication board wants Oracle here Responding to a recent lawsuit filed against USF Pres. Cecil Mackey in his role of Oracle publisher, the Board of Student Publications yesterday voted to express to him its positive position on keeping the newspaper on campus Mackey said last week after hearing of the suit, he would reconsider his just-announced decision to keep the paper on campus for an indefinite period of time The suit was filed by former USF Professor Edward Mc Donald seeking reinstatement and asking $100,000 in damages for "slander, defamation and libel." happens, Wright told the board -Presented the Oracle with a plaque commemorating its first extra edition, published Aug. 9, the day after former Pres. Richard Nixon resigned. THE ORACLE -October 31, 1974 3 Health Fair response 1 great' Seven persons stood waiting for a blood pressure test. "You eat too much crap," the nurse told one student whose blood pressure was too high "I'm just excited, the student said. "Besides, I like ice cream." RESPONSE to free medical services offered at the Student Health Service and SG-sponsored Health Fair on the UC mall has been "great," Staff Assistant Liz Karlsaid yesterday. "The line hasn't slowed up," one nurse who has administered blood pressure tests said. "It just hasn't stopped." Another nurse said she ad ministered the test to 52 persons during one hour yesterday af ternoon. By yesterday afternoon 102 persons had taken advantage of the blood tests for syphilis and sickle-cell anemia sponsored by the Hillsborough County Health Department. A HEALTH Department spokesman said if any samples are positive for either disease, the person will be notified by mail. Several persons have asked the Southwest Florida Blood Bank, which is conducting a blood donor program, to donate their blood to USF swimming coach Bob Grindey, whose leg was am putated last weekend after a motorcycle accident. A blood bank spokesman said 71 persons went through the 45-minute process Tuesday and yesterday. About 5 out of every 30 persons asking to donate blood have been rejected for medical reasons, he said. Over 75 persons had their speech and hearing checked by the Counseling Center for Human Development yesterday. These tests are located near the outdoor music program, a spokesman said, which causes in conveniences. FOUR HUNDRED and nine women have signed up for pap smears administered by the American Cancer Society a Women's Center spokeswoman said She said this is full capacity The fair will continue through 5 p m today ;."-' A SERGE SILBERMAN PRQOUCTION Afilniby Luis Bunuel "THE DISCREET CHARM OF THE BOURGEOISIE" Color First Area showing Wednesday, October 30 & Thursday, October 31 7: 30 & 9: 30 p.m. LET 103 $1.00 Film Art Series "The Oracle is not concerned about the libel suit," Leo Stalnaker, Oracle adviser, told the board "We're caught in the crossfire between McDonald and Mackey In other actions the board: MUSICIANS -Decided to ask the Legislature to reevaluate a statute which makes it illegal to advertise or print information on abortions. -Heard Oracle Editor Sandra Wright say the paper has no de facto policy toward covering events This was in response to SG Sen Jim Sabo, who asked why the SGP-sponsored River Riot and Celebration for the Fall Spirits were not reviewed. The paper does not restrict coverage of an event to before it Dave Heinz Imports Sales Service Parts 238-8485 I IOI E. Hillsborough Ave. Can't hear yourself ? NO P.A. POWER ? ... Senous Sound Systems Can Provide you with any size system Our lndestructable ... CROWN amplifiers-.0005 per cent harmonic distortion will get your vocals or in struments out front. SENSOUS SOUND SYSTEMS! Di vision of .. to suit your needs ... Name Brands ... Woodstock, Watts-Stax, Allman Brothers, Led Zepplin, Frank Zappa, and others use CERWIN VEGA speakers for their P.A.'s and instruments. Acces s ories Mixing Consoles by TASCAM TEAC and SHURE. Graphic Equalization by SOUNDCRAFTSMAN SHURE and AKG mikei:; We Can ... fill your needs, whether you want a small system 100 watts RMS, a concert system 50,000 watts RMS, -or anything in and all accessories between. Come in and find out. Systems Available for: SALES, RENTAL, LEASE, LEASE PUR Tape Recorders ... TEAC of course CROWN used by NASA ;)-/J/ocks East of Busch Gardens


4-THE ORACLE October 31, 1974 .Learning is important pursuit Unfortunately, many people try to evaluate educational costs the same way they balance a checkbook. If projected income increases to be earned because of an advanced degree do not match or exceed the costs of the schooling, they feel it has become senseless to continue one s education The Oracle strongly disagrees with that philosophy. Educational costs simply cannot be considered the same way the price of potatoes can be evaluated. WE URGE the Council of Deans to remember this despite what they heard Tuesday from a representative from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology It may be true, as a representative from that school told the deans, that "long term unemployment for college graduates is the same now as it is for non-college graduates" but that certainly does not mean the intellectual experience of higher education is worthless. A university is not a vocational technical school, it is a place for ex change of ideas and research leading to accumulation of new knowledge A student should not be forced to justify spending mone y for college because "it will allow me to become something


DOONESBURY by Garry Trudeau 50HOW WITH Y()(J TO!?AY, MAN? \ HOW C/J/1&? I Ii/EU, I 7llt/J H&R. 11801/T HOW I SAT NEXT 7lJ YOU ON THG 8US YESTROAY, ANP HOW YOU /)/ON'T HIT 11 ONC TH& WHOtEWAY. .. .,AJ AN{)? I I SHOUW HAVE HIT YOU. I THINK I SHE /1AN5 @ Program slated for self-help The USF Women's Center will conduct a "self-help" clinic for women Nov. 5 and 6 center spokeswoman Karen Bonsignou said. Self-help !earning the basics about one's body, sharing ex periences with other women and vaginal self-examination is any get-together of women to talk about common health care ex periences Two women from the Feminist Women's Health Center in Tallahassee will discuss and demonstrate self-help beginning at 2 p m Nov. 5 in UC 201. The representatives will show a film entitled "A New Image of Myself" which will show women what to expect from a self-help clinic, Bonsignou said. At 7 :30 p.m. Nov. 5 and at 2 p m Nov. 6 there will be a workshop in cluding a slide presentation and demonstration In UC 252 at 8 p m Nov. 6 there will be a workshop on abortion. THE ORACLE -October 31, 1974 5 Senate passes 8 items BY ILENE JACOBS Oracle Staff Writer Four hours of discussion Tuesday night reaped eight resolutions bills and "urgent pieces of legislation in the Student Senate's lengthiest meeting this quarter. A Student Bill of Rights to be amended into the SG constitution was proposed by Senator Richard Sarafan and President Pro Tempore Mike Malter. The proposed statute includes "the right to participate in establishing all rules, regulations, and limitations which affect them (students) and to participate in the policy Mass Com forms new organization VISAGE, a student organization to promote better understanding of the professional aspects of the v isual communications field has been formed in the Mass Com munications Department. The group plans to sponsor photographic lectures and exhibits reknown speakers in the visual communications field and photographic field trips. The '74-'75 officers are Dennis Keim, president; Marie Izzo, vice president; and Barbara Montgomery, secretary-treasurer. Faculty advisers are Associate Professor of Mass Com Bob Kerns, head of the Visual Communications Sequence; and Donald Bishop, lab supervisor of Mass Communications and photojournalism It i's open to anyone interested in the visual com munications field but will have a limited membership. Natural Science election set Ele c tions for eight positions on the Natural Science College Council will be Nov. 5 and 6 from 9 a m to 6 p m in front of the Science Center Nominations may be placed in either the College Council or SG office Anyone enrolled in the college may be nominated decision-making process of the University. THE BILL was referred to the University Community Affairs committee which will conduct an open hearing on it. The Senate voted to "aid all efforts and proposals" by John Rose graduate student in Guidance Counseling, who has devised a handicapped students counseling program which he will submit to the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Rose in a speech before the group said handicapped students at USF are a minority group who "usually get the shaft." He said they need a counselor to whom they can turn to with special problems and need to have "a follow-up to ensure them accessibility to the job market." DICK GRECO, representative for the Edward J DeBartolo Corporation, talked to the group about the corporation's request for rezoning of about one acre of University Community zoned land adjacent to University Square Mall The land will provide space needed for a bank the corporation plans to have constructed on its property. JEWELRY Sterling African Egyptian Scandinavian ART Obras WATERBEDS Package $64.95 Natalie Rodins Art Prints First Area Showing! Handcrafted Frames PREMIER PRODUCTIONS present s ''PRIVATE PARTS. Origina l screenplay b y PHILIP KEARNEY and LES RENDELSTEIN Produce d by GENE CORMAN Direct e d by PAUL BARTEL In COLOR Friday, November l; Saturday, November 2; Sunday, November 3 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. ENA $1.00 Film Art Series Tampa's Excellence in Buffet Plate Lunch Evening Buffet Open 11 am-10 pm 9300 N. 56th ST. Temple Terrace 988-9033 Dessert Free with Student l.D. YOUTH & HEALTH Oct. 29, 30, 31 USF's First Annual Interdisciplinary HEALTH FAIR ON THE MALL FEATURES: Free Pap Tests, Blood Tests-Sickle Cell Screening, VD Screening, Instruction in Breast Examination, Personal Health Counseling, Nutrition Counseling, Forum on Health Issues-Gay Liberation, Men and Health Physical Fitness, Human Sexuality, Rape, Alcoholism and other Drug Abuse. SPONSORED BY Student Health Services in cooperation with numerous on and off campus individuals and groups. FREE HEALTH SERVICES to be offered (in the tents all three days unless noted) include: Pap smears for uterine cancer, appointments required for tests in advance at Women's Center from 10 a m -8 p.m. Oct. 30 and 10 a.m. -5 p.m. Oct. 31 in the USF Women's Center, University Room 166 (CTR 166); blood tests, including sickle cell anemia and venereal disease tests; In struction in breast self examination, including a film, Oct. 30 only, CTR 166; blood bank, donors to the Southwest Florida Blood bank, 9 a m -4 p m. Oct. 29-30, noon -4 p m Oct. 31, includes test for anemia, VD and hepatitis. HEALTH COUNSELORS on duty 9 a.m. -8 p m. 9:00-10 -Dr. John Betz, Assoc. Professor, Biology Dept. will speak on "Environmental effects on health." l O: 00-11 : 00 -Peggy Appgar, Para-professiona I trainer, Florida Mental Health will speak on rape. 11: 00 -Mable Bluefield, from the Public Health Dept. will discuss nutrition. 12:00-1:00 -Tony Jonaitis, Assoc. Professor, Physical Education Dept. will speak on athletic injuries. 1: 00-2: 00 Reverend Bob Haywood, from the Chapel, will speak on "Something for men." 2 : 00 -4: 00 Adj u net professors with the Dept. of Women's Studies, will speak on Human Sexuality. The professors are Etta Breit and Mark Tyson.


6-THE ORACLE October 31, 1974 Strange incidents spice 11Discreet Charm" "The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie" Presented by Fla. Center for the Arts Tonight7:JOand9:30 LET 103 Admission $1 BY LAURA DIAZ Oracle Staff Writer. "The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie directed by Luis Bunuel, is 102 minutes of dreamy surrealism. This is the film s first showing in the Tampa area and is presented by the Florida Center for the Arts as part of its Film Art Series. Three upper-middle-class couples attempt to dine together to celebrate their latest financial though illegal, success In what seems to be a quite conventional plot, a strange series of incidents keeps the couples from ever celebrating THE VIEWEH is lost in a ma z e o f love rs t rysts unint ellig ible conversa ti o n dope de alings, unexpected visitors, and seemingly prophetic dreams that in reality lead nowhere. 'Th e Discreet Charm'' is load e d with allusions and m e t a ph o r s as to the b e lievability o f the Fre nch upper-class and its d ea lin gs. Though unf e ttered b y re a l s ocial ch a ins the thre e coupl e s a r e prison e r s of their own fre e wm s and fantasi es. rnent and their resulting ob se ssion with manners and surfac es. A developed sense of h y pocrisy binds them to each other and th e ir situations Student photo contest offers prizes The film is one of those that mu s t be s een several times to be understood in all it s impact. Like Vonnegut s film version of Slaughterhouse Five, many of the scenes seem incoherent, and indeed the ending leaves the viewer wondering The film is a French one, with English subtitles. Usually this would distract the viewer but with so many strange things going on in the film itself, the subtitles at times offer a quiet relief. The photograph y is clear a nd the transition from surrealistic scene to surrealistic scene is orderly Student photographers may enter a national contest spon sored by Warner Brothers and Bell and Howell, in conjunction with Petersen's PhotoGraphic Magazine. Cash prizes will be awarded to both student winners and cofresponding college photogr;iphy programs The theme of the contest, "Prisoners," is based on the comedy concepts in Neil Simon's ''The Prisoner of Second Avenue," a Warner Brothers release starring Jack Lemmon and Anne Bancroft. Contest entries must have humorous overtones reflecting any type of "prisoner" related to campus life. AH full -time graduate and undergraduate students are eligible to enter The Grand Prize is $1,000 cash a Mamiya-Sekor DSX 1000 camera with f-1.8 lens camera case, 200 mm f-3.5 telephoto lens, and a Bell and Howen 911Z Slide Cube Projector Second prize is $500 cash and a Mamiya-Sekor DSX 500 with f-1.8 lens and a camera case. Third prize is $250 cash and a Belland Howell 991Z Slide Cube Projector Five honorable mention win ners will have their choice of complete sets of Petersen's PhotoGraphic How-To Library or Petersen's Masters of Con temporary Photography series All cash prizes will be matched by Warner Brothers with equal UC plans arts, crafts festival Student, faculty and area artists will be able to sell their arts and crafts at a Festival of the Hill, Nov. 21 and 22, from noon to 8 p.m Artists and craftsmen can space now at the UC Program office, UC 222, 974-2637. There will be a $1 charge for table space during the arts and crafts fair. A stud ent and faculty judging committee will select the best displayed area between 2 and 3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22, and $50 will be awarded. There will be no judging of the art itself. Flea market space will be provided free on Crescent Hill for miscellaneous articles students might wish to sell. Other features of the Festival of the Hill will include the following: the USF University Band, Lichtenstein Quarter Ring Circus, plays, poetry readings, live music, international folk dances, Afro American Gospel Choir and a USF dance production. STERLING C .UFF BRACELETS Use Our Convenient CHARGE PLANS-BUDGET ACCOUNTS We Accept: BankAmcricard Diners Club Shoppers Charge Master Charge Carte Blanche American Expres s Gordo@ JEWELERS 3924 BRITTON PLAZA SHOPPING CTR. NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER UNIVERSITY SQUARE MALL OTHER STORES I N: St. Petersburg, Clearwater 9 2 ,06l2 Semi"nole, Bradenton, Plani: City and Lakeiand. grants to the winners' schools. In the event the campus has no photography department or program, prize money will be given to the school library for the purchase of books of their choice. Entrants may submit two 8''x10" black and white pririts No color entries will be accepted On the back of each print should be the student's name, address, phone number, school and year of graduation. All photos will become the property of Warner Brothers. Entries should be mailed to "Prisoners Photo Contest," P .O. Box 24589, Los Angeles, -CA 90024. Deadline for entries is Jan. 1, 1975. Winners will be notified by Feb. 1. It is filled with many eccentric incidents, all aimed at some aspect of the bourgeoisie' s amorality, their scornful detachAll Draft Beer Y2Price On the whole viewers should welcome this film for its ability to pander to the imprisonment of ourselves in our own stream of consciousness fantasies. This Week : C&WMowCo. (Thurs., Fri., Sat ) At Happy Hour 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m'. Every Tuesday Pints: and Thursday_ Quarts: Mi Back Ya rd Y2 4902 N. 40th St. 3 miles south of Busch) 1974 BACARDI IMPORTS, INC. MIAMI. FL. TEQUILA 80 PROOF. 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THE ORACLE -October 31, 1974 7 Broadway shows to hit Tampa price from $32.40 to $54. BY ELLIE SOMMER Entertainment Editor Student discounts are available for five Broadway shows and a dance concert to be presented throughout the year at Tampa's McKay Auditorium. Tickets are on sale for the entire season but special reservations may be made for individual productions, beginning Monday. Br oadw ay, are scheduled for one performance only Move Over Mrs. Markom," a British import starri ng Julia Meade will open the season Nov. 27. The comedy focuses on an overcrowded apartment where a number of illicit affairs are in progress. All, of course, due to a simple misunderstanding. recently, ''The Prisoner of Second Avenue." On Jan. 24, the Houston Ballet will present its only West Coast performance in Florida This is the sixth season for the Ballet which is the only professional resident ballet company in the Southwest. The company s roster of artists includes dancers from Europe, South America and Canada Over one-third of the dancers are from the Southwest. R e s e rvation s for s eason tickets at a 10 per cent student discount may be made by calling 879-3880. Validated student ID's must be presented. Four seasonal seating sections are available, rangin g in Best of Broadway has com missioned an acoustics engineer to survey McKay Auditorium and improve the sound system for the '74-'75 season The individual ticket requests are on a waiting list basis, with full refund if seats are not available Three award-winning musicals two comedies, and a ballet presented by Best of Traffic cancels Traffic scheduled to appear at Curtis Hixon Nov. 3, has celed. The. group canceled their entire tour when Steve Winwood developed a bleeding ulcer, said Margie Sexton of Gulf Artists Productions Inc. Gulf Artists will replace the Traffic concert with Jefferson Starship on Nov. 6 at 7 :30 p.m. All Traffic tickets will be honor e d at that time. Refunds for those not interested in Jefferson Starship must be made at the outlet of purchase b y Nov. 5, Sexton s aid. Tickets printed "Traffic" will continue to be sold for the Starship performance, due to short notice of the change. Members of Jeffer son Starship to appear in concert include Grace S lick, Papa John C r e ach, Paul Kantner, Dave Freiberg, Pete Seais Craig Chaquico and John Barbata. Starting off the new year on Jan. 3 will be "Seesaw," an adaptation of William Gibson's play Two for the Seesaw." The musical relates the s t ory of a married but lonesome Midwest lawyer and an East Village cutie who share a few glorious months until beth see the futility of the affair Neil Simon's "Sunshine Boys stars Alan Aida's father Robert Alda and Arny Freeman as a pair of "washed up" vaudeville comedians who have not spoken to each other for 12 years, except on stage,. Averaging a hit a year for the past 12 years', Simon's first Broadway smash was "Come Blow Your Horn, which ran for 677 performances. Among his other greats are Barefoot in the Park," Promises Promises, The Odd Couple" and more The Tampa performance features "Pas de Dix, choreographed by George Balanchine, and "Through the Glass Lightly," a collage arranged by Sonja Zarek. The all-time favorite "Fiddler on the Roof," featuring great songs like Matchmaker, Match maker. and "Sunrise,. Sunset," will play Feb. 16. Closing the season, but by no means the !east of the produc tions will be one of Broadway's best, "Pippin.' ; Barry Will iams (from the Brady Bunch ) will star as Pippin, the son of the great emperor Charlemagne Pippin

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10-THE ORACLE sports October 31, 1974 Dan Holcomb ... interim coach USF nine blanks HCC With four Brahm a n hurlers gi v ing up only two hit s, USF's baseball team yesterday whipped Hill s borough Communit y College 9-0 at Redsland. Doug Hollins gave up a hit in the fourth and Chris Wels h allowed one in the ninth while Stev e Ruling a nd Jay Keller held the Hawks hitless US}': scored in the fir s t, fourth sixth seventh and nin t h innings Th ey sprea d their safeties throughout the bat tin g order. with Weldon Wright and Tony Cicc a r e llo contributin g a tripl e api ece W e were pretty good both off ensively a nd def ensively, co a ch Jack Butterfield said. I w a s pleased with tonight' s performance "W e played errorless ball and m a d e one double play There w e re a couple of other fine plays too," he said The Brahmans are idle until Tuesday's game w ith Florida College at 3 :30 p.m in Temple Terrace. USF is now 11-4 for the season Soccer team beats Quincy USF s soccer squad continues its road trip against prestigious St. Louis schools today with a match against Blackburn College The Brahmans opened the trip Tuesday, p!ling off a surprising 2-1 upset over Quincy College, the nation's third-ranked soccer power John Heidger's two goals gave USF the victory, improving the team's record to The Brahmans return home following Saturday' s contest with top ranked St. Louis University. IM coed tennis deadline today Today is the last da y for people to sign up for intramural coed tennis All entry forms must be turned in to the Intramur al Office (PED lOOl by 5 p m Activity begins Monday Those seeking further information may call the n tramural Office at 974-2125 Holcomb to coach tennis BY RINDY WEATHERLY Oracle Sports Editor Dan Holcomb, USF s soccer coach has been named coach of the men s tennis team it was announced yesterday This is only an interim step," Athletic Director Richard Bowers said "We 're going to start looking for a coach for next year "WE RE GOING to interview peopl e during the spring and take a hard look at our long-range tennis program both for men and women, he said Meanwhile, Holcomb will be handling both soccer and tennis. "He's a good recruiter, a good organizer and a real fine fun damentalist, Bowers said. Holcomb replaces Spaff Taylor who decided to switch to full-time teaching after leading the Brahmans to their best season ever last year. The team was 21-3 and played in the NCAA championship tournament. TAYLOR SAID he thinks Holcomb can handle the job because of his tennis experience. Holcomb was on the varsity tennis squad at Washburn College from 1952 to 1956 The team was ranked fourth in doubles among National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics colleges in 1955. It was also the conference champion for four years After getting his B A in physical education and biology at Washburn, Holcomb moved on to Florida State University, where he taught tennis and soccer while earning a masters degree He coached the Seminoles' varsity tennis team in 1961 and the freshman team in 1962 In 1965 he began teaching at USF. He also took over as Brahman soccer coach an .ct has compiled a 76-27-6 record since then. USF's tennis team is scheduled to open its season with a practice match Feb. 15 against Edison Community College and a Feb. 21 contest with Flagler College. 197 4 BACARDI IMPORTS, INC., MIAMI, FL. TEQUILA 80 PROOF. "DON EMILIO" IS A TRADEMARK OF BACARDI & COMPANY LIMITED. BRING ANY AC-OPERATED REEL-TO-REEL RECORDER OR PLAY BACK DECK LESS THAN 8 YEARS OLD TO THE TANDBERG TAPE RE CORDER CLINIC FOR A CHECK OF HARMONIC DISTORTION, FRE QUENCY RESPONSE, SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO, WOW AND FLUTTER, AND HEAD ALIGNMENT. HOWEVER, NO CASSETTE OR BATTERY OPERATED UNITS WILL BE TESTED. REMEMBER ... NOW YOU CAN RECEIVE A COMPRE HENSIVE TEST RUN BY TANDBERG EN GINEERS WITH LABORATORY EOUIP MENTON ANY BRAND OF MACHINE YOU WILL OBTAIN ACTUAL PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS OF YOUR MACHINE FREE OF CHARGE. NECESSARY MINOR ADJUSTMENTSWILL BE MADE ON TAND BERG MACHINES AT NO CHARGE. THIS IS A GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO COMPARE PROSPECTIVE PURCHASES AS WELL AS PRESENTLY OWNED MACHINES FOR ALL PHASES OF RECORDER PERFORMANCE! November 1st (Friday) l-7p.m. November 2nd (Sat.) noon to 5 North Store Only


Whoa, Nellie USF freshman Debbie Nellicliff rises to the oc casion as she leaps above the net to spike the ball. Nellicliff and her team mates beat Florida Southern College in a volleyball match Tuesday night. This weekend the Brahmisses will play in the Jacksonville University Invitational Tournament. Oracle pholo by Dave Lenox THE ORACLE -October 31. 1974 Cager Aplin working out, awaiting removal of cast PLUS Salvadore Dali's "Un Chien Andalou" BY JEFF WHITTLE Oracle Sports Write1 At the end of his second week with a cast on his broken left wrist, USF basketball player Doug Aplin hasn't let his injury keep him away from the gym-Doug Aplin ... still practicing nasium. Although he still can't allow his wri'lt to be jarred, Aplin is trying to do all he can to be ready when the cast comes off. "I SHOOT around, try to run a little bit but mostly I just watch a lot," Aplin said "By watching everything, I'll be familiar with the drills, and I won t have to ask a lot of questions that would slow up practice." A Tampa native, Aplin hopes his setback won't interfere with his homecoming. "I'm really looking forward to coming home and playing in front of m y parents a nd m y old friends just everybody I know," he said. Aplin comes to USF w ith an impressive list of cage honors He was All-Conferenc e, All-County and All-Region at Tampa Chamberlain High, even after injuring his back and missing most of his last 10 games. :\T MIDDLE Georgia College, Aplin led his squad lo the state junior college championship and brought them to within one game o f a trip to the national tour nament. That same year, he was most valuable player in both lhe state and regional tournam e nts, and was named to the junior college All-American second team. I'v e got to go lo the doctor n ex t week," Aplin sa id. He 'll lake the cast off and x -ray it HALLOWEEN DANCE featuring "AMANDA JONES" Special Guest: Monster of Ceremonies Oro Poul Bearer Saturday, Nov. 2 8-l J pm on the Hi89 Sponsored by Costume Contest! Special secret surprise! Sh11dent Government Productions then." "It's just a matter of time now," he said. "A ll I can do is wait and listen to the doctor." Midnight LET 103 -'1o:r-ida'$ irtf latioyt probleltl. -witlt Josiels dollars! Receive a :loste Jo\\at" wlth eve.r-'}f '$10. re9ula...-. me.rc.nand1se towarcls fut-ul'e purc.h c::-..f' 1 FLORILAND MALL lampa, Floridc UNIVERS IT Y SQUARE EXECUTIVE PLAZA Brondcn, cert en titles Bearer to 10% ojf our r egular CLEARWATER MALL C learwater, Flor ; d o LAKE PARKER MALL lokr.tond F lo rido WINTER HAVEN MALL Y.'intcr Flor :du This offer only good at FIELDS PLAZA Flor icrn RIDGE CENTER ORLANDO FASHION SQUARE on snapshot Christmas cards if th e order is place d before Novo 15, 1974 11


12-THE ORACLE October 31, 1974 Buying power seen dropping by Mayor Poe BY MIKE ARCHER Oracle Staff Writer As Tampa moves into a period of economic hardship, students will cut back buying from the numerous fast food, convenience and retail stores cropping up in the area surrounding USF, Tampa Mayor William Poe said yesterday Poe on campus for a taping of WUSF TV's "Areopagitica," said afterward Tampa is about six months the rest of the country in feeling what economists are calling a serious recession, but area residents, including about 20,000 USF students, are already beginning to feel the pinch. Poe said many of the fast food and convenience stores cropping up in the area will suffer as students get more cautious about spending money. He said some of the retail businesses in the area will suffer because students will limit their 'buying of clothes, soft goods.' and luxury items commonly associated with affluence. ''The economic situation will tighten up," he said "You know, development is already at a standstill." One beneficial result of development of the area Accounting talk sch(:Jduled today -. Current de-velopments in the accounting field will be discussed at the first annual USF Ac Conference today throu g h Saturday on campus and the .Travelodge at USF on Fowler Avenue. Various speakers and workshop's will explore financial accounting, post-mortem tax planning cash basis statements and the implementation of the 1974 pension plan law Participants may earn up to 11 hours of Continuing Professional Education credit for par ticipation in the conference. '73 HORNEr ; : fc}::\: lir, poww Y lttenn1r $AVE VOLKSWAGOI C9inptr ,.,.r.,, fully lectwy ....,... .... linter 4 ..... .._ foe. torywananty $ave surrounding USF has been the opportunity for students to get part-time work at many of the businesses. "About half of the people working in the University Square Mall are students," he said But the economic growth of North Tampa, sometimes con sidered better off than most of the city in terms of density and visual pollution is leveling off if not turning downward, he said Pirate Playland Amusement Park 4115 E. Busch PRESENTS WHITE WITCH IN CONCERT Also Dr. Paul Bearer TONIGHT! Concert INSIDE SPOOKTACULAR THEATRE Adm. 1s.oo Includes All Rides! PARENTS! Bring your kids to meet Dr. Paul Bearer. FREE Treats for the 1st 1,000 kids. Ride tickets only $3.00 good for all rides (No charge for parents.) '73 VOLKSWAGEN Yellew, 4 lpHd rHio,heater '72 CAPll 2111 4 .-. ..... """'. THE 11-FASHIOI STOIE WESTSHOR E PLAZA NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER BRITTON PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER DOWNTOWN: 705 FRANKLIN STREET BLAZERS .. Fashionable, fully-lined corduroy blazers in Fall shades of Tan, Gold, Brown, Navy, Betry, Red and Green $ 1 1.99


Pentagon strategists prepare plans for African 1race war' THE ORACLE -October 31, 1974 University Center Traveling Trophy Duplicate Bridge WASHINGTON Pentagon strategists are quietly for mulating plans that could con ceivabl y drag the United States into an African raci al war. Here are the inside details : Most of the oil consumed b y the West is shipped in tankers which steam through the Indian Ocean and around South Africa's Cape of Good Hope The Soviet Union has been building up its fleet in the Indian Ocean and defense planners now believe the Kremlin could easily disrupt the tanker traffic THUS, THE United States, in concert with its NATO allies, is proposing to defend the "Cape Route" from the alleged Russian threat. Such plans would undoubtedly require the cooperation of white ruled South Africa NATO officials admitted several months ago that "con tingency plans" were being drawn up. Recent reports from South Africa furthermore tell of na v al v isits by the British and French and U .S. offic i als are r e portedl y discussing plans to u s e South African port facilities Once military cooperation is established, NATO could even tually be drawn into South Africa's escalating racial squabbles with its black neigh bors Ther e is a strong possibility however that the "Cape Route issue is a bogus one. A recent United Nations report, classified confidential, traces the con troversy back to conservative NATO officials who for years have been looking for an excuse to include South Africa in th e western defense system. THE U N document, compiled by consultant Sean Gervasi, concluded : "The debate about the Cap e Route ... is actuall y a for hiding the r e al motives of those who organized it.,, A secret U .S. for e ign p olic y document on Southern Afric a National Security Study Memorandum 39, bluntly acknowledges that South Africa hopes to use the small but persistent Soviet naval presence in the Indian Ocean as a basis for s ome sort of collaboration with the U S .... with resultant in creased U .S. naval pre senc e in the area and use of South A frican ports Finally, there is the testimon y o f no less an authority th a n Central Intelligence Age n cy Director William Colby In a closed-door session with a c ongre ssion a l committee two months ago, he describ e d th e Soviet presence in the Indian Ocean as relatively small and inactive.'' There was little chance Colby added that the Russians would increase the size of their fleet in those waters unless the United States did it first. NO DEAL Perhaps sometimes investigative reporters should give the public a report on a scandal they have failed to find We have been bombarded with inquiries, for example, about Richard Nixon's presidential pardon For several weeks, we have been searching for evidence of a deal. We have questioned trusted sources who are close to both Nixon a nd Ford. One source was actually present at s .an Clemente WEEKLV BY JACK ANDERSON during the discussions that led to the pardon. But if there was an advance agreement between Nixon and Ford, we have found no evidence of it. We haven t uncovered one document, we haven t located one witness, with information about a Nixon-Ford deal. NATO COMMUNISTS? Secret intelligence reports warn that two Western nations both members of the Atlantic Alliance are in danger of a Communist takeover They are Italy and Portugal. Italy is already at the brink of economic collapse The Communist party is emerging as the country' s strongest, most disciplined political group Inteliigence reports note that the Communists are also highly sophisticated They have toned down the inflammatory propaganda of the past and are proposing instead a foreign policy that would be neither anti American nor anti-Soviet. In Portugal the Communists have come out of hiding as the best organized, most powerful political faction in the country. Already they are moving into position of power in the new government. The intelligence reports warn that U .S. base rights in Por tugal's Azores islands already are in jeopardy Special USF Student Health Care Program Deadline for enrollment extended to Nov. lst. 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14-THEORACLE October 31, 1974 New College seen as experimental facility BY DAVID RUSS Oracle Sta ff Writer New College should be used in the future as a "lab" school to test experimental programs a New College official told a Task Force on Missions and Goals subcommittee Wednesday night New College Provost Gresham Riley said the Sarasota college has a history of innovative and experimental programs which would provide an excellent .laboratory for USF faculty to test out programs on a small scale. IF THE PROGRAMS proved successful, they could be applied on a larger scale at the main USF campus, he said. New College faculty with ex-Health .concepts need BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer People need to change their concepts of health from a func tional day-to-day view to one of long range goals, USF's Health Advisory Board Chairperson Bill Lipp said last night on "Access" on WUSFFM The essential philosophy and purpose behind the Health Fair currently .in operation on cam pus is to "educate people before the fact of illness Lipp said. "IT IS EASY FOR us ... to be caught up in a mentality of health which is enoneous he said "We believe the answer to every ache and pain can be found in a pill bottle." Lipp said the Health Fair. has received excellent reactions in terms of the use of the services. He said each day the flow has been from about 1,000 to 1 ,500 people He said most of the services provided at the Health Fair are offered at USF all of the time. Normally, however, there i s no way to help people so rapidly. The Student Health Center services about 225 students per day Lipp said "This is a heavy increase over last year." TRAFFIC FLOW and therefore waiting times could be lessened at the Health Center if students learned more about their bodies and knew when tO go to the center he said. "We need more education about health," he said. "It isn't always necessary to go to a professional. Students would know when if they understood their own bodies a little better '.' He also urged students to ghe blood while the Health Fair is going on The mobile blood bank will be open from noon to 4 p m. today 1975 Foreign Medical School Catalogue Appl lcatlon procedures, requirements and statistics at over 400 medical schools abroad. Recommended by the Association of American Medical Colleges. 59.95 N Y .S. add 7 per cent Ta x. Order From The Foreign Medical School Information Center Publicati ons Divis ion 1 East Main Street Bayshore, N Y 11706 pertise in areas not taught here could teach in their specialized areas at the main campus, he said. USF faculty could teach at New College in areas where it lacks expertise, he said. Riley s aid students on either campus wishing to take courses not offered there should be able to transfer to the other campus for a brief time He said although New College will provide a drawing power for superior students to come to USF, "it would be disastrous if people assume the only good students at USF go to New College Subcommittee chairperson P a schal Strong, professor of psychology, said the meeting was held to gather input for the task force from educational in stitutions in the area, including community colleges and high schools H. J Burnette, vice president of Edison Community College in Fort Myers, said lower level cours e s offered at the USF Fort Myer s branch have been undercutting enrollment in similar classes offered by Edison. Limited educational resources in the area are being overused by USF students which limits resources available to Edison students, he said HELEN VICARI, occupational specialist at Hillsborough High School, said USF should make a greater effort to reach down" into high schools to give students more experience with the university atmosphere She said many high school students "go into shock" when they reach USF because of the size of the University and the impersonality of such a large s tudent body THE PRESENT goals of New College are to present a challenging undergraduate program be in the forefront of undergraduate reform, tailor the experience of the student to h i s values and ability, and a firm belief that undergraduates can extend research frontiers, he said. 1974 BACARDI IMPORTS, INC., MIAMI, FL. TEQUILA 80 PROOF. "DON EMILIO IS A TRADEMAR. K OF BAC.ARDI & COMPANY LIMITED. 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Discounts-10'x20' Canopy $129 .95-Skirting 588 .96-Tool Sheds S91.68-Anchors $9.95 installed-Awnings $18.96-Screen porches Low_..;985-1785 or 986-3072. 10-31 12X60 2 BEDROOM, 1'12 Bath, w-w, AC Air Conditioning. $1,000 Down (Negotiable) plus. take over payment. Call 971-8267 after 6 PM and weekends. 11-1 LARGE WOODED lot 5 min. from campus in small student oriented setting. Sale Area. Fishing or studying dock, garden tracts. Call Bob 988-4085. 12;6. 71/2MINUTES FROMUSF New 2 bdr w-w carpet central heat and air, drapes, furn. $180-unfurn $155. Phone 9886393. ti NEAR USF Two BR Duplex-pleasant, A-C, S min. away, carpet, drapes, extras, patio. 10110 Lantana near 109th 13th St., $145 mo. 870-1142 eves. 11-5 FONTANA ROOM for rent with 15 meal plan. Must get out of lease by Nov. 1st. If interested contact Frieda or Ann: 971 5370. 11;1. \\\...,), = DON'T SIT AROUND! Peace Corps and VISTA need graduates in Architecture, Engineering, Nursing, Business, Law, Health Professions and many other fields. See the recruiters on campus October 29 through 31st at the University Center and Building. r FOR SALE ) 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. AMERICAN INDIAN JEWELRY: USF students have small Indian jewelry business, Zuni, Hopi, Navajo, very reasonable. Student prices. Call for ap pointment 977-7202. 11 ;l. ( LOST & FOUND J FOUND: Two rings and bracelet near Paddleball court. Call Debbie Staples, Delta East Rm 240. 974-6281 or 974-6280. 1031; 11 LOST Gi RL'S High School class ring. Dixie Hollins 1973, white gold, blue stone. Initials inside PKP. $10 Reward., Ext 2477. 11 ;l. New PolicyFamily Entertainment All Seats $2.00 At All Times DOUBLE FEATURE The Lords of Flatbush PG and Stonekiller R with Charles Bronson Midnite Show Fri. & Sat. I I MOTORCYCLES & SCOOTERS I i3 TX 500 YAMAHA. Clean and in excellent condition. New rear tire. 51200 Call Hank, zeta 120. 974-6503 or 974-6591. 11 5 1972 HONDA CL350 Excellent Condition Safety bar, sissy bar, 50MPG, Electric Start. $650.00 974-6359. Ask for Mike in 411. 11 ;6. / TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES EUROPE-ISRAELAFRICA-ASIA -Travel discounts year round. Student Air Travel Agency, Inc. 5299 Roswell Road, Atlanta, Georgia. 30342, (404)252 11-7: LIMA, PERU ... Dec. 12-24. 4 credits. $575 includes transportation from Miami, room, dinner. See Lupton ; OCT Program, FAO 122, 2536. 10-31 DUDOY'S FOR TIRES HEADQUARTERS FOR RADIAL TIRES WITH A NAME LIKE DUDDY'S YOU'VE GOT TO BE DIFFERENTTHAT DIFFERENCE IS DOLLARS AND CENTS TO YOU ....-----.... THE ONLY THING WE DON'T DISCOUNT IS OU AL/TY COURTESY SERVICE I I BANKAMERICARD 11.1,::fo.W! 4 FULL PLY NYLON F T liif1na $1995 SARATO/lA.. wH1uwALL E-7 8-14 2 22 52ox 1 o $ F-78-14 PLUS 2.37 52ox12 1595 G-78-14 F.E.T. 2.!ii 550x12 -G---------2-_ i::--,0 _""' 6oox 12 -78-14 v...1 520x13 PLUS F.E.T. H-78-14 2.75 56ox13 J-78_ 1 4 $2 195 2.89 6oox13 F-78-15 2.42 G-78-15 2.60 65ox13 H-78-15 PLUS 2.80 550x14 J-78-15 f.E.T. 3 .01 560x15 L-78-15 313 (polyester, SI more) 4 FULL PLY WHITEWALL TUBELESS Only FET 116 1.35 136 1.45 1.46 1.45 1.61 1.45 1.61 1.82 1.53 1.74 Mag Wheels smooth Center Chrome $21.64 WIRE-DISH-STEEL SLOTS size 14x6 7500 E. Fowler.Ave 988-4144


16 -THE ORACLE October 31, 1974 jTHECHAINj WARDS GREAT "TODAY" SHOP WHERE A GUY CAN AFFORD TO LOOK THE WAY HE FEELS Thi,. knit ""'' 'at-"' will ht" re phtrt'd o r money rt'fundtd if i t foil1< to M;i\"I' n o r m u l Wt'K rfornn r ye-ar. Rl'turn lo v --JUST SAY "CHARGE IT" AT WARDS Floriland Mall Open Mon-Sat 10 am to 9 pm Knockout looks. Knock-down prices. $3 off. Prime-rib sweaters The lookin'-so-fine turtle gets $ 9 a ribbing. 'n hugga-bly soft in luxurious Wear Dated Acrilan acrylic. Knockout colors. S-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 9393 Fla. Ave. Sundays 12:30 pm to 5:30 pm