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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)
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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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Soccer match today tuesday's ORACLE USF's soccer s quad begins its final home stand of the season today with a game against Stetson. The Brahmans finished' 2-1 on their recent trip to St. Loui s losing 1 0 to top-ranked St. Louis University. See story, page 8 Nov. 5, 1974 Vol. 9 No. 81 12 pages Multiple-use facilities proposed by Regents GAINESVILLE The Boa rd o f Regent s
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2 -THE 0 RA CLE November 5, 1974 Albert predicts Democratic gain WASHINGTON -Speaker Carl Albert predicted on election eve that the Democratic Party would gain close to 40 seats in the House partially because of what he said was Pres. Ford's harm ful campaigning for Republicans. Asked to comment on Ford's campaign effectiveness Albert said, speeches he made in some states were harmful to Republicans," particularly in Albert's home state of Oklahoma where Ford said too large a Democratic majority would adversely affect U.S. peace ef forts That, Albert said was "a very unfortunate statement." The "reaction was not good in my state or others," Albert said I don't think that belonged in the campaign." Sugar prices soaring NEW YORK The grocery store price of sugar,. wnich has skyrocketed the past several months, could go higher yet following reports yesterday the Soviet Union ordered up to 50,000 tons of sugar in the open market. The average retail price of refined sugar has jumped from 18 WVV From the wires of UPI cents to 52 cents or more a pound since January, and a major new demand on world supplies, such as a major Russian order, would drive the price significantly higher. Coal strike forseen A strike even a short one by the nation's coal miners would have a severe impact on the U.S. economy and could put as many as one million persons out of work, economists said yesterday. "Such a strike could have far reaching effects on both industry and employment," economists at Chase Manhattan bank said in a stuoy. "Steel, railroads and electric utilities would be the first sectors to feel the impact but the effects could spread beyond these in dustries if the strike were to be an extended one," the report said. The United Mine Workers, which represents 120,000 miners has threatened a nationwide st rik e on Nov. 12, unl ess a new contract is reach e d. The possibility of a strike was h eig ht e n ed Sunday when negotiations broke off in Washington between the UIVIW and mine owners, r ep r ese nt ed by the Bituminous Coal Association. UIVIW miners produce about 7 0 per cent of all coal in the United States. Jews, Arabs protest UNITED NATIONS Jewish and Arab organizations today demonstrated in front of the United Nations within four blocks of each other but heavy security forces prevented any con frontation between the partisan groups. New York police stepped up foot patrols and erected double sets of wooden barricades outside the U.N building. U.N. security officers closed the main U.N. building to the public and the number of security men was increased for the day Demonstrators protesting the scheduled appearance of delegates of the Palestine Liberation Organization at the United Nations filled Dag Hammarskjold Plaza at 47th Street and First Avenue during the noon rally A few blocks away, at First A venue and 43rd Street, the smalle r pro-Arab Action Committee for American-Arab Relations gathered to welcome the Arab delegation. Newspaper bombed ROME A bomb ex ploded yesterday just outside the office s of the English-language newspaper "Th e Daily American." Novus -National Senzicondzu;tor ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR Adds :iuhtmcts -1l1ultielies Dirides _: ___ The $19.95 llOVUS tlathbox. EB The EBB calculator your bud9ets been waitina for. The Rocktcel 1-li 11 ico111 lilectmnic Slide Rule SPECIAL PRICE O NLY $16.95 ill ade in the U.S .A. $99.00 Allmake Typewriter Co. Tampa, Fla. 33612 10424 N. Florida Ave. Democrats called to polls $2500 f:Vorth of TAMPA Gov. Reubin Askew called upon fellow Democrats yesterday to elect an entire democratic slate today, saying it is important for the growth of the state over the next four years. Speaking at a breakfast meeting of Hillsborough County Democrats, Askew spoke out in support of local democrats. He said the election of former Rep. Guy Spicola to a senate seat and George Sheldon to the house will help make up for the loss to the county and the state resulting from the retirement from politics of Sen. Louis De La Parte, and Reps Terrell Sessums and Paul Danahy. Askew predicted a voter turn out today of 55 to 60 per cent statewide and his running mate Jim Williams of Ocala, urged local democrats to turn out and vote. Strike closes plants TAMPA A strike by mem bers of local 433 of the In ternational Brotherhood of Boiler From the Wires of United Press I nternalional Makers (AFL-CIOl shut down work yesterday on projects at three power plants and at a multi million dollar sulfuric acid plant in southeast Hillsborough County. The strikers said they were displeased with a contract they said was signed by the national headquarters without the usual local ratification by union members. 'Raw issue' at poll COCOA BEACH The raw issue of topless sunbathing is expected to attract more voters to the polls than the political candidates today in this sun bathed city. pty Commissioners couldn't figure out what to do this summer when young ladies started American Overseas Travel, your on-campus travel office, has special student discount packages. See our ads in other pages of today's Oracle. The Oracle is the official student-edited newspaper of the University of Soutn 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 11bjectionable. Programs, activities and facilitiP.s of the University of South Florida are available to all on a non-discriminatory basis; without regard to race, color, religiOn, sex, age or 1 n!'!!o_n'!l .!'r.ig_in_. is ari affirmative action.Equal Oppodunity. Employer. shedding their bikini tops. Mayor Lee Caron and some others tried to look the other way, but a group of more conservative residents demanded a cover-up. Much of the argument on the wording of a legal anti-topless ordinance centered on whether the female breast is a sexual organ. A local television station has been running a paid advertisement saying "consider Cocoa Beach's future. Stop the influx of undesirables." SEC studies Killearn MIAMI Killearn Properties, a Tallahassee development firm that counts several prominent Florida politicians among its investors, is under investigation by the Securities and Exchange commission
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Oracle photo by Mary Lovlnfosse Picking out a print While trying to find the print "just right" for her tastes, this USF student searches through the many art prints lining tables in front of the UC mall. The art sale lasts through Thursday. $100 reward offered BY ILENE JACOBS Oracle Staff Writer Head Theatre has offered a $100 reward for information leading to the return of a Sherwood S7200A amplifier stolen Oct. 27, Dave Elman, Theatre spokesman said. The $400 amplifier, owned by the 800 Head Theatre members was taken sometime after a Saturday night performance Elman said. HE SAID IT had been inadvertently left overnight in LET lOS.:-the site of Head Theatre-and was missing when he returned for it the next morning Maintenance men told Elman they put the amplifier on the auditorium stage after finding it Sunday morning, he said. But when Speech Department personnel capie into the auditorium about an hour later, it was gone, Elman said Max Bromley UP public information and education officer, said yesterday the initial investigation has been started. HOWEVER, ELMAN said as of Monday he hadn t been interviewed by Detective Betsy Colson the officer assigned to the robbery "There are a lot of questions that need to be asked, Elman said. Last weekend Thieves Warehouse a local firm loaned Head Theatre an amplifier for the group s performance s. If the amplifier is not returned by tomorrow Elman must replace i t "out of (his) own poeket he said. "We're not into burning anybody," he said "We just want the amplifier back." American Overseas Your on cw111n1s '/'rare/ ( PRESENTS: The new 1975 American Express Europe Book in limited supply Ple ase comple t e coupon and r eturn or mail Lo ADM 102 for your FREE copy. ADDRESS: ________ ----------------------------THE ORACLE -November 5, 1974 Student loan tightening seen having little effect 3 BY MIKE ARCHER Assistant News Editor Federal plans to tighten control of guaranteed student loans will have little effect on 4,774 student borrowers in the state, a Department of Education
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4-THE ORACLE November 5, 1974 Important elections set today \\YOU DON'T IN -AMERICA ,EVERYONE VOTES .... WHY, I VOTED ., ONCE." I Joie should be clear Just because something is an old .---------------.. problem rather than a new dt I University Development Joe Howell, we have a person who can donate his time to being sure the Legislature is aware just how important it is that action be taken on this issue phenomenon is no reason to ignore it. t I or1a S Problems which crop up year after year should be tackled with just as much, if not more, vigor than a problem which has just surfaced So it is with the criticism by the state auditor general of university support for private groups such as the USF Foundation Foundation Executive.Director Terry Edmonson said last week that the criticism is an old issue and that if any real battles are to be fought regarding state support for the private nonprofit corporations set up at every campus to bring in university support they will not be at the USF campus. WE AGREE. It is more likely that Florida State University or the University of Florida, both of which have large founda t ions and alumni associations will receive the most pressure simply because of the amount of money involved But we do not think either of these campuses is where any battle should be fought. The Florida Legislature Is the only group which can settle the matter. By legislating specific guidelines for state support to private corporations which in turn aid state agencies, the Florida Senate and House of Representatives can insure that these groups will have a set of guidelines to follow This is necessary for all concerned The university system needs the sup port the foundations bring in but the foundations need guidelines to follow as they are granted quasi-state agency status by their support they receive ORACLE ACP All-American since 1967 It is at least as difficult to stay a moral in fection as a physical one. Charles Dickens NOW, WITH USF operations con nected with seeking outside support under the general supervision of Vice President for Student Affairs and Joe Howell .. can take message We ask Howell to contact the ap propriate legislative leaders to be sure there is rio need for the auditors next year to say the universities are aiding private corporations withou t statutory authority to do so. Terry Edmonson ... heads foundation STAFF Editor ...................... Sandra Wright Photo Editor Mark Sherman Advertising Manager .. Tom Wallace Illustration Editor ... Terry Kirkpatrick Managi ng Editor ......... Dave Moormann News Editor . ... Wayne Sprague Librarian ............. Anna Bozo Adviser . . . . .... Leo Stalnaker Entertainment Editor ..... Ellie Sommer Advertising Coordinator ..... Harry Daniels Sports Editor ............. Rintly Weatherly Production Manager ........ Joe McKenzie Layout Editor ....... Matt Bokor Compositor ...... Kim Hackbarth Co_py E ditor .. Luanne Kitchin Wire Editor ......... Larry Vianello 1News Phones .. 974-2619 or 284.fcir 2398 DEADLINES : General news 3 p.m daily to r following day issue. Advertising 5 p. m Wed nesday tor Tuesday issue, 5 p.11). Thursday for Wednesday issue, S p.m Friday tor Thursday SDX Mark of Excellence 1972 issue 5 p m Monday tor Friday issue Advertisers requiring proofs must submit copy one day prior fo normal deadline Classified ads taken 8 a m. to 12 noon, LET 472, two day s ... -\'; /,, f ... or by "'"u-.,v;u;. r;. a .es . ; .. : :.h; ll.-Jll. s 11. m .. )torles alld:.111ctur.es et ma.v 'ff J .:: ,. Registered Florida voters today have an opportunity to exercise their primary check on governmental abuse of power Today the office of governor, all the Cabinet posts, offices of state representatives and s tate senators as well as many local offices are up for grabs Also to be considered by voters are seven amendments to the state constitution and election of a new delegate to the U S Senate BUT, DESPITE the importance of this election, it is likely that few will bother to vote That is an unfortunate statement but, considering the small voter turnout which is typical, it is probable The Oracle hopes the University community will be an exception to this pattern We urge every USF faculty member, staff member and student to take time to vote for the candidates of his or her choice Especially at this time-with one Cabinet under grand jury indictment and another under investigation by a federal grand jury-the residents of the state must demand honesty in govern ment. It is no longer enough to demand that officials be competent in their jobs, they must be persons of conscience with respect for the system of government they are seeking to jo in. Accordingly we ask voters to con sider this slate of candidates for governor and the other Cabinet posts: Reubin Askew governor; Jeffrey Latham, insuranc. e commissioner; Gerald Lewis, comptroller ; James Sebesta, secretary of state; Ralph Turlington, education commissioner and Doyle Conner, agriculture secretary. THESE MEN are all well qualified for the posts they seek We ask voters to consider these men and their potential value to the state. But most of all we ask voters to consider all the candidates and cast a vote for those you consider best suited to the posts they seek. By riot voting, you give unstated support to anything whoever is elected may wish to do while in a state office We hope voters will not do this. In the insurance com.missioner race, for example the Oracle feels voters ac tually have no alternative other than Latham. By not voting for Latham they would imply they support keeping Tom O'Malley-indicted for perjury and allegedly accepting unauthorized compensation-on the public payroll. The Oracle is not saying we beiieve O'Malley should be considered guilty until proven innocent And we realize an indictment is only a charge and not a conviction. BUT WE can t accept the idea that a public official should continue in office with an indictment facing him In other matters before the voters today the Oracle asks : -You cast a "yes" vote for Amend ment One, which extends bonding authority for educational construction This important proposal is essential for continuing educational development. -Voters check their ballots beside Richard Stone s name in the U. S Senate race. Stone, a man of proven experience and concern, will help bring openness to Washington if elected. But the most important thing the Oracle asks is that you do vote. If you are not informed on all the issues to appear on the ballot, get informed, make up your mind and use your check on governmental operations wisely. This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of $143,514.76 or Sc per copy, to disseminate news to the students, staff and faculty of the University of South Florida.
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DOONESBURY WHAT YOIJ 1AlKIN' 'eOIJT, KIO? THIS AIN'T YOIJR GlASS OF NO, ITS COKE IT'5 NOT-IT's 11/NE! MIN! IT 1 IVA50N MY 8&1'T#. "TO YOlll? R?IENIJ MAN, OR .. I I TRAY! .r YOU. .. YO{} HONKY/ I by Garry Trudeau H&Y, BOBBY, fOR6H IT.. \ /i!Uf,411?/ NO, NO .. WAIT wni A MINI/TC, 7HAT's WRONG .. lMM ) CHECK MY NOTES.. I Segretti's money supports 'fascism' Editor: In these times of ensuing budget cuts, reduction of library hours, and economic depression, it is becoming more difficult to find gainful employment. It is reassuring to find that at least one soul has not only come to grips with these problems, but seems to have them solved It seems that all one needs to do is align onself with the current ruling cla'ss (Democrat or Republican), wait for a major election campaign, and then proceed to misrepresent and slander the opposing party s candidates. There is an in vestment in all of this, of course, in terms of serving a prison term when caught. However, by pleading that "I got caught up in that bowl of spaghetti," it is possible to have your sentence reduced to a few months in a minimum security prison After serving this "internship," you may then enter upon the profitable road of "College Cam pus Lecturing.'' l am, of course, refer:ring to Donald Segretti. How ironic that the University supports this man by paying him $400 (from student activities fees) to tell us about his perverted attempts to change an admittedly inadequate two party system into a one party die' tatorship. It is with this in mind that I .would like to congratulate the University Lecture Series for their support of fascism within this country Using state money to support a man who would have denied all of us our constitutional rights is a continuation of the type of thinking that is wrong with this country I believe that Segretti should be allowed freedom of speech ( although the feeling probably isn't mutual), but I do not believe that he should receive financial support from the state for his role in Watergate There are no funds to keep the library open, but thanks to the University Lecture Series, our boy Donald is now $400 wealthier. I guess the joke is on all of us Robert C. Hogue 6Ant THE ORACLE 1974 5 Sheldon applauded Editor: There are several points to be made in reply to \ the letter of Sotirios Barber supporting Sheila McDevitt for the state legislature. 1) The implication is that MeDevitt would be a tremendous asset to Florida education. I submit that her opponent George Sheldon, is at least as much a supporter of learning and would be more effective in obtaining educational aid George is committed to a system "in the hands of the professional ecucator, removing as much outside political influence as possible." As director of the Hillsborough County Association for Retarded Children, George is particularly aware of special educational needs. Moreover, George is likely to be a much more effective legislator than Sheila because of his experience as an aide to Governor Reubin Askew and in several state lttttrs was a legislative aide and whom Professor Barber ev.idently admires,'even voted against .state legislation which established female equality in employment and credit. 5) In summary, Sheila is a conservative Republican who at the beginning of the campaign opposed financial disclosure and even was so Neanderthal as to be against social security. George is a progressive DeJllOCrat, a young man who has alrea,dy ac cumulated the experience that will make him an asset to education for a long time to come. He is open, honest; dedicated, and willing to listen and innovate. Those of us who know him think he is the most intelligent candidate tci appear in a long time. Perhaps Sot Barber (who, incidentally, I consider a friend) is unaware of this since I understand he is in South Carolina on leave of absence and has not been directly involved in the camp;:tign His friendship for David McClain seems to have colored his judgment in sup porting his aide without looking at the qualifications of the other candidate I urge USF people to vote for George Sheldon, Democrat, on November 5. Doris Weatherford CRoy Weatherford Asst. Prof. Philosophy) IMPORT ffiOTOR PllRJS 410 No. Dale Mabry Rd Tam pa, Florida 876-7021 10 per cent discount Medicines Feeds Equipment Speaker of the House, and many '' F 0 R y 0 u R HO RS E '' other important legislators Georgewouldrestoresomeofthe Come See Our. Great selec .tion_ of strength Tampa's legislative w s I sh & J delegation is losing through ty e 1rts eans retirements. 2) Sheila's speech in Monday's political science forum included '.: remarks to the effect that she is disturbed that there j s rio university system; there are instead, she said, nine separate schools who ignore legislative intent. I should think that any : university who-believes in basic educational prjnciples of diversity and fi'eedom would be distressed by these remarks; apparently Sheila prefers to see schools that are carbon copies of each other, all directed by Tallahassee politicians. 3) George has been endorsed by the Hillsboro Country Classroom Teachers Asso. as well as the AFL-CIO, with the approval of the American Federation of Teachers Sheila has not been endorsed by anyone concerned with education, nor anyone of note except the local medical association and you know where doctors stand politically. In fact, when I asked the recently retired executive secretary of the CTA if David McClain and Mc Devitt had in fact done a lot for education as Dr. Barber's letter suggests, his reply was an "expletive deleted." 4) That half of USF students who are female and decent men should know that one of the clear-cut differences between the candidates is Sheila's op position to the ERA which George supports. Moreover. David McClain, to whom Sheila l--.fEEDS & LIVESTOCK SUPPLY J-R "The Hou.se;" ... ;,. ... .. :: 7540 N. DaleMab,.Y Open till 6 CHOPPERSL .. .Aguilar's Ph. 986-1400 Sales We special'ize Also, in choppers used Harleys & Parts and other Authorized dealer on and Tri Sport 1 mile Westof 301 on Fowler ,... ............................................................................................ ..., Silver Squash I I I Indian Jewelry I Pottery Nava Rugsl Baskets Novelties 1 o 0/0 Discount .with I /C Student 1.0. I 10414 N. Fla. Ave. I between Linebaugh & Fowler I Phone 935-4833 century Hunchback God Mon.-Sat. l 0 am-6 pm -........................................................................................... Oracle editorial praised by prof Editor : DOMINO'S November 4-Star Pizza Specials! Your editorial headed "Learning is an important pursuit in Thursday's edition was well done It is unfortunate that many educators and ad ministrators in this country equate university degrees with "jobs." As you pointed out in the editorial, "A university is not a vocational-technical school it is a place for exchange of ideas and research leading to accumulation of new knowledge The point is well worth repeating, again and again. Arthur M. Sanderson Professor Mass Com Monday Fontana Hall La Mancha Dos

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6-THE ORACLE November 5, 1974 Massie impressive in 1Butley' "Sutley" Written by Si man Gray Directed by Jack Bell Nov. 5 lo 9; 8:30 p.m. University Theatre Reserved seat tickets are SJ Sludenls wilh validated ID's are ad milled free. Other sludenl lickels are Sl.50 Reviewed by ELLIE SOMMER Entertainment Editor Comedy, in many cases, lends itself magnificently to tragedy Butley" is one of these cases. USF Theatre Department' s first production of the quarter, ''Butley" is a poignant but laughable story of an English professor at a London university addicted to self-destruction. A bitter British comedy, the play was written by Simon Gray, and directed by Jack Belt, asso ciate professor of theatre arts at USF. Ben Butley professor of and other clutter, derives a constant pleasure from mani pulating lives. Aptly portrayed by Paul Massie, Butley is a sad character, in spite of his bright and quippy speech Massie, lithe and sarcastic, mastered the role and delivered a moving per formance of a stubborn, defen sive school teacher, tangled in the esoteric plateau of scholar ship All the actors, most assuredly at Belts' rhythmic direction, achieved excellence in timing and choreography. A rhythmic contrast is set up, however, since Massie is the oniy actor to use poetry in his dialogue. Even his protege, Joey, maintains a conventional speaking manner. Joey is proper, meticulous and cowardly. Allan Manning, as Joey, purses his lips, holds up his head and plays a first-rate coward. As Butley's special pupil, Joey feels a certain obligation, but he neglects the "point of fact," Butley's despondency. Joey drags in a lie in child's play-but Butley needs a quick severing, s o he can't play his games. Brown's Trophy Shop RIBBONS SILVER PLAQUES TROPHIES EMBLEMS DESK SETS CUSTOM DESIGNED TROPHIES SERVICE AND SALES PINS Expert Engraving Judo & Karate Supplies Large Discounts 8814 N. Fla. Ave. Tampa, Florida Ph: 933-4288 Sharpening off the triangle is Ted sorry, Reg Nutall, a friend of Joey s. Obviously Butley's equal, and replacement, Nutall is played by Robert Hancock. Massie is a hard force to play against, but Hancock succeeded, mildly but with determination, because Massie commands center stage by his every word and movement. As a play concerning the lives of men, the female performers Feathery Friends Butley
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THE ORACLE -November 5, 1974 Student prints, photos on display 7 1 C WEEK S C HEDULE REVIEWED BY LAURA DIAZ Entertainment W riter Lithograph prints and pho tographs by three USF' s tudents are on display at the UC Gallery, UC 108, 8 a m to 5 p.m. weekdays through Nov. 15. A portfolio by Joe Traina consists of three lithos and a series of black a nd white photos. His predominant theme appears to rest on the premise that people wilfully imprison themselves behind facades, hiding their essential natures, like mannikins in a storeroom window Four portraits of which three are lithagraphs hint e x istenti a lly at the absurdity of being hum an. Patrik Linhardt offers a series of lithogra phs i n orie, two three five seven and eight colors They are austere and somber representations of linearly precise mechanisms The colors are dull shades of browns, greys and in-betweens, eli citing a response of morbidity Lindhardt' s lithos are so exact and be p.111 Peter Foe's black and whi t e untitled photos {rom "Some Florida Plants," offers viewers a natural relief. Foe s shots of Florida vegetation are scattered between Traina' s and Lindhardt' s mo r e thought provoking works Traina, whose photography was selected for display during last year's Photography Contest, is now a photo lab assistant at USF. Lindhardt is presently a technical assistant in the USF Graphics studio ; and Foe has been a student at USF for several years TODD New Policy-Family Entertainment! All Seats s2.oo At All T imes DOUBLE FEATURE 1. Little Big Man-PG with Dustin Hoffman and Faye Dunaway and 2. A Man Called Horse PG with Richard Harris MIDNITE SHOW FRI. & SAT (SAME AS OTHER USF C O URSES) Enrollmen t Unlimited \ 4 U SF-TV C H ANNEL 1 6 U S F C ollege C redit Courses by televis i o n Y O U R h ome o r in a r e served room o n campus. E a c h lesson broadca s t twice. QUAR TER i : S CHEDUL E 1 9 7 5 ART 3 124 LlN 2264 MUS 3F1C; PHi 4328 PHY 310 -501 i NTROOUCT i ON TO A R T ( 3) ( M r. Mat'sh) MWF 5:30 o r 8:CO p.m. 321-501 LANGUAGE AND ( 4 ) (Mr. Robert O 'Hara) TR 3:30 o r 8 :00 p m 371-501 i SSUE S i N MUS! C (2) ( M r Jacques Abr a m ) M 4 :00 o r 8 :30 p.m. 1 1 2-50 1 LOVE, SEX, & Vi' O L E NCE (2) (Or. James Gould) T R 4 :CQ or 8:30 p.m. (Mr John i o r i o) 371-5 0 1 CONTEMPORARY PHYSI C S (5) (Or. Roger MTWRF 3 :QO or 7:30 p.m. COURSE B Y RAO' O (WUSF-FM, 2180 MUS 205-501 !IHROOUCTrmJ TO ELECTRONiC Mus: c (3) (Mr. Larr y Austin ) TR l;:::JOp.m. HOW T G REGISTER: Fill OUT Y OUR REG1S TRAT iON FORM THE SAME A S FOR OTHER COURSES. Be cer tai n you have the correct reference number prefix, course and sedi on numbers. H!:E N YOU REGiSTER, NGTiFY THE Y.0 U OFFi C E IMME011\TELY so y o u r name \ti 11 b e added to i:he cLiss roll, and 1e MUST have your address for you to receive course syllab us, exam notic es, and other necessar y i n formation p rior the beginning of c las ses. .. __ Y.0 U S LOCATED IN THE BASEMENT OF THE LIBRA RY, UL! 20-0. TELEPHONE: cJ7 4 2 341, ext. #23. BURGER KING M on. thru Sat. IO a n\ .-1 a.m. Sun. 10 a.m.-midni g ht : FREE FRENCH FRY ; I with the purchase of a 1 \)\\I.'. I_'.{ I W H 0 PP E RT. \I. I I I Good thrn S at. No\ lti, 1!17-t-with this c oupon I I Honored ONLY at 11210 N. 30th St. Tan; pa, Florida I -----------------------

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8-THE ORACLE sports November 5, 1974 Chess Club wins match over HCC The USF Chess Club relied on depth to capture an 11-1 victory over Hillsborough Community College Sunday. James Tyler, playing first table for USF, drew both his matches to account for HCC's point. Carl Paleveda, Nick Paleveda, David Haines, Renard Anderson and Robert Ansbaugh each won their two matches in the contest. The next scheduled compe tition for the USF club will be at the Pan American Intercollegiate Tournament in Louisville, Ky., Dec. 26 through 30. Chess Club Pres. Carl Palveda expects about 100 teams from the United States, Mexico, and 'Canada to participate. Paleveda said he is currently searching for funds to help the club finance the Louisville trip and take some of the monetary burden off the players. Age USF 2-1 on road Boaters to host Stetson BY .JEFF WHITTLE Oracle Sports Writer The USF soccer team will have little time to savor its successful St. Louis trip as it hosts the Stetson Hatters at 3:30 p.m. today on the soccer field. The Brahmans defeated number three ranked Quincy College and Blackburn College, and lost 1-0 to top ranked St. Louis University during their week-long visit. "WE'VE BEEN a good team all season," USF coach Dan Holcomb said. "We just lost some early games, and lost some of our confidence." The road back from those early season losses was not an easy one, either, as the Brahmans had to rely heavily on a stingy defense to keep them in many games. "Our scoring is the lowest it's ever been," Holcomb said. "I'll Dave Heinz Imports Sales Service Parts 238-8485 1101 E. Hillsborough Ave. be surprised if our leading scorer has more than four goals." But when they got to St. Louis, the USF boaters found they had left their scoring problems at home. .JOHN HEIDGER tallied both goals in the Quincy victory, while Pete Mohrmann and Larry Byrne handled the scoring load against Blackburn. And although USF was held scoreless by the Billikens in the final game, they managed 10 shots on goal, nine of which required goalie saves. "That was too bad," Br'ahman Fred Sikorski said. "I feel like the St. Louis game could have really gone either way." Holcomb is still hoping his team can secure a bid to the NCAA tournament. "It'd be a crime for us not to go, really," he said. "There's no question that we're an NCAA tournament quality team." "WE'LL .JUST have to wait and see. It probably depends on what happens after the Quincy win," Sikorski said, of the tournament selection committee's decision. Several Brahmans will be slowed by injury in today's contest. Con Foley is still hob bling on the turned ankle he EARLY REGISTRATION!! For: Accredited courses in Bible & Religion From: The University Bible Chair 12720 N. Fla. Ave. Zip-33612 For: $2.00 per hour!! Offerings for the Winter Quarter: Christian Evidences II Acts of Apostles The New Testament Romans The Old Testament Teaching the Bible as authoritative. I want more information about the course and total program. Florida Avenue Church of Christ 12720 N. Fla. Ave. Call 932-1345 Tampa Florida 33612 or 935-4192 AGES 19-24 ONLY 10/20/5 With Driver Ed. or Presently Insured Single Married Age Age Age suffered in the Miami game, and Bill Bourne twisted his knee against St. Louis. Byrne will play with a pulled groin muscle, and Mike Knott has a bruised thigh. 19 *1390 22 $1330 19 $1060 22 *1040 20 23 20 23 21 24 21 24 Thfl,nks for. the Overwhelming Response we are prepared to insure any and all legal campus activities such as political rallies, group outings, concerts and bike-a-thons. HASSLE-PROOF INSURANCE Serving USF Drivers 9 am to 6 pm Mon. thru Sat. Monthly Payments Available :Florida Insurance Underwriters Serving All Your Insurance Needs 985-4406 8862-A Terrace Plaza Shopping Center Temple Terrace, Florida

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Spikers sweep St. Leo for 9-0 dual match mark BY RINDY WEATHERLY Oracle Sports Editor USF's volleyball team last night polished off St. Leo College 15-6, 15-2 in its final home match of the season. I don't think we played really well," Brahmisses' coach Jane Cheatham said. "WE COULDN'T get up, and that really destroyed us," senior Brenda Welch said. Despite thos e problems USF handily beat the visiting Monarchs. The Brahmisses jumped out to early leads in both games and held on to win as St. Ruggers fall Like Auburn's football team, USF's Rugby Club last Saturday fell victim to the fired up Florida Gators. The Brahman A squad was dumped 15-6 in the first game, and the B team tied the second contest 0-0. The A team is now 2-3 and the B team is 2-2-1. Next Saturday USF hosts Orlando's Rugby Club Women athletes asked to meet All women planning to try out for Qtr. 2 intercollegiate sports are asked to schedule an ap pointment with either their coach or coordinator of Women's In tercollegiate Athletics JoAnne Young before registering for classes. Those seeking appointments with Young are asked to contact her in PED 217 or call 974-2125. Leo had difficulty returning serves. The win gave USF a 9-0 dual match record for the season. The team is 11-6 overall, with its six losses co ming in tournament play. Two of those setbacks came last weekend in the Jacksonville University Invitational. The Brahmisses lost to Florida State University (FSU) and Florida International University (FIU), and beat Lake City Community College and the University of Miami "THE FIU games were probabl y the best," junior Jayne MacCall said. "We played a lot better than last weekend (in the ADM 102 FSU Invitational l, physically and mentally." The Brahmisses loss to FIU was by a 2-15, 15-12, 10-15 margin. "That was the best we've played all season," senior Karen Hackshaw said of her team' s performance in the meet. Miami-Dade South Community College won the tournament, and FSU was second. USF was not among the seven squads which made the playoffs THE BRAHMISSES will scrimmage St. Petersburg Community College tonight. This weekend's Rollins In vitational has been canceled because the Tars' gymnasium is being renovated. Alllerican Overseas Travel Corporation Europe will never cost less Your on-campus Student Travel Center is working for you, to make it possible to see Europe at an irresistible rate. Stop in and sign up now for advance information on an up and coming special student group charter for the summer of '75. Make it your year to remember. Formerly Losers 14929 N. Nebraska Ave. Mon, Tue & Wed. Thursday Ladies FREE "South of the Border Night" Any Tequilla Drink 5 o all drinks THE ORACLE-November 5, 1974 9 NOVA VILLA -2 bdrm., unfur. in Temple Terrace (2 locations) from $160 1000 ft. north of Fowler on 58th St. 988-2412 988-2102 It's Today and now Pulsar shows it! Time Date Pulsar, the great American timepiece, the first completely new way to tell time in 500 years, now presents the new Date Model. Stainless steel, $275. 14 karat yellow gold filled, $395. Do Something Beautiful.. Jacobs Fine Jewelers Since 1890 University Square Mall Tampa Also Jacksonville West Palm Beach Orlando Merritt Island Daytona Beach PRESENTS Tuesday thru Sunday Tuesdays & Wednesdays: all brands 7 5 all night long Terry Knight-Manager of "Grand Funk Railroad" signed this act as his next major act Next wee.k E.LDER$. Nov. 19

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10-THE ORACLE November 5, 1974 1Exhibitionism can't survive colder weather' Never underestimate the value of the first cold days, Mabel. It sends the masculine epidermis back under co Yer. For reasons only exhibitionists would understand, this past summer seemed to bring out the bare in an increasing number of men whose bodies would have been better viewed through an overcoat. Everywhere you went, they were : riding their motorcycles, sweeping the streets, barhopping, car-hopping, waiting on street corners, waiting on tables liberated woman BY Mi\HY MCGRATH
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12-THE ORACLE November 5, 1974 Campus liquor laws may change Student and facult y groups may soon be able to serve alcoholic beverages at private parties in designated places on campus. A committee formed by Vice President for Student Affairs Joe Howell will meet today to draw up a policy modeled after one already in operation at the Universit y of Florid a