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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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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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II Sun and music Warm temperatwes and a cool breeze combined with good music can make anyone's day. And Sunday aftemoon at USF had just those conditions when three bands filled the air with good vibes. See story, page 7. Oracle Photo by Mark Sherman II tuesday's 0 R A Text Center to open ontime: Thompson C Nov. 19, 1974 L Vol. 9 No. 88 f 12 pages BY DAVID RUSS Oracle Staff Writer The Textbook Center will open on time next qu.arter although it will lake "the hurried preparations of bookstore per sonnel working long hours and mavbe some weekends," USF -Vic.e President for Ad ministration Ken Thompson said yesterday. Thompson said Assistant Vice President for Administration Bob Wallace Director of Auxiliary Services Tom Berry and other members of his staff have negotiated with the supplier of a fireproofing substance which must b e applied to bookstore walls. BECAUSE OF cooperation from the vendor and com mitment of bookstore personnel "we anticipate no delay in opening the T e xtbook Center for Qtr. 2," Thompson said. Berry said last week the center would be closed the first "one to three weeks of Qtr 2," to allow for application of the fireproofing substance to the building's foam insulated walls Placement office director to destroy private files BY MIKE ARCHER Assistant News Editor Confidential faculty recommendations concerning students will be destroyed rather than made public in compliance with a federal Jaw going into effect this week, USF's Placement Center director said yesterday Section 438 of the General Education Provisions Act prohibits any policy "denying, or which effectively prevents ... the right to inspect and review any and all official records files and data ... to be available to parties outside the school or school system." Glenda Lentz said full com pliance with the law would betray the confidence of the faculty who gave the recommendations, "so we have no choice but to destroy those files." A state law has b e en in effect for more than a year prohibiting confidential recommendations, and the office has made all subsequent recommendations available to students But recommendations made 5efore that time were marked not to be shown to students, and will be destroyed even though they are a part of the student's placement file which is public record, Lentz said Assistant Atty. Gen. Sharon Smith said the public documents law makes it clear that "everything in that file" must be given to a student upon request. She said she would check with state officials to investigate possible illegalities involved in Lenti' s decision. "You can't just decide something is confidential she said. "Public officials don't have that discretion." Lentz who said the decision to destroy the files came out of a Nov. 6 meeting with Vice President for Student Affairs Joe Howell and Vice President for Student Affairs Assistant Dan Walbolt, said she would take full responsibility for her actions "I just have to assume that she said Lentz said she did not know how !orig the process of weeding out and destroying the con fidential files will take The recommendations include information ratings from "superior" to "poor" and "unknown" in these categories : intelligence, personal appearance, health, motivation, initiative, ability to communicate, dependability and overall performance Lentz said because employers feel recommendations open to the students are "of no value," she will no longer ask USF faculty to rate students using the Placement Office. She would not name any company whose officials said the release of the recommendations would lessen their value, but said she has received that idea from "numerous employers." Books to be given away Someone is finally giving USF students something for nothing. A local book store has donated between 400 and 600 paperback books to be distributed free in the College of Arts and Letters lobby The books, with a wide variety of titles, were part of an oversupply at the store. As commonly practiced by most book stores the books' covers were ripped off and returned to the publishers for credit. But unlike most book stores, which throw the coverless books away, store officials decided to donate them to USF. They will be available in the lobby beginning tomorrow for as long as they last," Dr. Dan Rutenberg, acting dean of Arts and Letters, said. "If it works well and goe s smoothly, we'll do this again, he said Students will be limited to two books each. The spray-on substance, Pyrocrete is being applied in a ccordance with an Aug. 13 state directive to "immediately" correct the fire hazard of the polyurethane foam insulation in the center H P Coating, Inc. of Largo will begin application of the Pyrocrete Friday artd is ex pected to be finished by Dec 6, Thompson said He said the operation will cost just under $12,000" of the $30,000 budgeted "as a top figure for the job. ANNOUNCEMENT of the delayed openinK was the result of a misunderstanding of what Thompson wanted and the vendor saying he would do a lot of things we didn't think he could," Berry said. Both Thompson, and Berry said Dave Willis of H .P. Coating has been very cooperative in attempts to get the job completed in time to allow for opening of the Textbook Center Qtr. 2. Although the center is usually Ken Thompson ... 'hurried preparations' open until the end of each quarter, the Textbook Center will be open only from noon to 3 p.m. today and then close for the rest of the quarter "in an effort to move immediately into the fireproofing process," Thompson said. Photo by Gabe Punlska Send a mouse to college In the UC Lobby, Bill Fox, 4 BUS, and Brian Hopkins, 1 HIS, collect donations from students wishing to send a mouse to college for laboratory experiments. Their. drive, sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega, was helped with the presence of a larger-than-usual mouse.

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2-THE ORACLE November 19, 1974 College teachers strike for pay TRENTON, N. J. Teachers at eight New Jersey state colleges went on strike yesterday to demand a cost-of-living pay increase. Marcoantonio Lacatena, president of the Council of New Jersey State College Locals, AFL-CIO, said picket lines were up at the schools and the walkout was "100 per cent effective ." "We have effectively shut down all campuses," Lacatena said. "Faculty members are honoring our picket lines." Spokesmen at the eight college campuses, however, estimated pickets numbered between 15 and 30 at entrances around their campuses and said classes were continuing on schedule. From lhe Wires of Uniled Press International The colleges involved are Rut gers, Trenton State, Glassboro State, Jersey City State, Kean, Montclair State, Stockton State and William Paterson. An estimated 60,000 students attend the colleges. Two held hostage WASHINGTON -A gunman held Philippine Ambassador Eduardo Romualdez and a wounded person hostage yesterday afternoon in the chancery of the Philippine Embassy here, the Secret Ser vice said "A lone gunman has barricaded himself in the am bassador's office at the chancery,'' Secret Service agent George Cosper said. "The gunman is holding the ambassador as a hostage," he said. "Included in the ambassador's office is an individual who has been wounded with a gunshot wound in the head." Sugar solution seen WASHINGTON The White House yesterday announced a new sugar import quota system and urged Americans to cut in half their use of sugar for cooking and coffee. A proclamation signed by Pres. Ford before he left on his far eastern trip set up a "global quota" of 7 million short tons for sugar imports in 1975. Under the current arrangement, which expires Dec 31, quotas are set on a country-by-country basis. Japan receives Ford TOKYO Protected by the tightest security this nation has seen since World War II, Pres. Ford arrived in Japan on the first leg of a Far East trip yesterday amid student riots and a threatened nationwide protest strike. Pot concern renewed WASHINGTON Three days after urging decriminalization of private use of marijuana, a federal official yesterday ex pressed renewed concern that smoking pot could be harmful. Dr. Robert L. DuPont 38, director of HEW's National Institute on Drug Abuse, said "a definitive evaluation of marijuana's harmfulness or safety for humans cannot be offered at this time on the basis of scientific evidence available." 1Art of spanking' defined appointment available to fit your doss schedule! TALLAHASSEE Atty. Gen Robert Shevin said yesterday the courts have taken the art of spanking away from public school teachers, even saying how many whacks can be given each student. From lhe Wires of United Press I nlernalional cent of his body, police said He told police he went to bed lafe Sunday night and inad vertently left the gas jets open on his kitchen stove. Shevin, in a letter to Sarasota State Atty. John Blair, said the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has prepared an elaborate set of guidelines to ensure that cqrporal punishment on students is not Fla. unemployment up cruel and unusual punishment and a violation of due process. TALLAHASSEE UnemShevin said the Appeals Court ployment in Florida was 6.4 per did not say if the permissipn of cent last month, above the parents is before the national average for the first student can be spanked,Jmt that time in years and a sign the state parents probably should-. :be is being hurt more by the sagging consulted. ". economy than other states, of1 ficials said yesterday. Gas blast burns one MIAMI Paul Thomas The state's unemployment rate was 5.6 per cent in September and 4.2 per cent in October Wiberg, 43, lighted a cigaret yesterday morning and touched off a blast which blew out a wall of his kitchen Dismiss Boyd charge Wiberg was listed in critical conditipn with burns over 90 per TALLAHASSEE The Judicial Qualifications Com-Canon Auto Zoom 1014 Electronic The beautiful new way to go pro in 8mm filmmaking Fast 18-element f: 1.4 lens for extra brightness Super-Spectra coated to eliminate flare, give greater color accuracy Fabulous zoom ratio of 1 : 10 TIL electronic metering for extra accuracy with servo control Macro-filming capability, close as%" from subject Filming speeds of 18, 24, 36 fps plus single frame Synchronized flash Self-timer E allows delayed action filming Remote control shooting, plus double exposures, too Interval Timer E for time-lapse. special effects Southern Photo & News 1515 N. Marion St. The Oracle is lhe. official studenl-ediled r.ewspaper of the University of South Florida and is published .lour 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, Fla. 33620. Se-cllnd class postage paid at Tampa, Fla. The Oracle reserves the right to regulate the typographical tone of al I adverlisements and revise or furn away copy it considers objeclionable. 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 Equal Opportunity Employer. mission dismissed a "disability" charge against State Supreme Court Justice Joseph A. Boyd yesterday but voted to proceed with the public trial he demanded on another charge involving judicial misconduct. Dave Heinz Imports Sales Service Parts :238-8485: 1101 E. Hillsborough Ave. on a regular Blood Plasma Program ... and receive a month \ \.'\ Hours 8 am ta 2:30 pm HYLAND DONOR CENTER 238 W. Kennedy Phone 2532844 THE TUESDAY NIGHT STEAK DINNER $1. 4 9 (4 p.m. to 9 p.m. only) FLASH. STOP. BONANZA SERVING SUPER STEAK DINNER FOR A DOLLAR FORTY NINE. RIB EYE STEAK, BAKED POTATO, TOSSED SALAD, TEXAS TOAST. FREE REFILLS ON ALL BEVERAGES EXCEPT MILK. STOP. 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THE ORACLE -November 19, 1974 3 Funds scarce for utilities deficit Charles Butler .. more money needed USF may not receive expected Florida Administration funds to cover a projected $150,000 utility deficit Bill Gibson assistant to the secretary for Administration said yesterday. Although the State University System (SUS) has projected a total utility deficit of $2.8 million, the Administration Department has reserved only $1.8 million to cover power cost overruns in all state agencies, Gibson said. PHYSICAL PLANT Director Charles Butler said unlike last Goals questionnair_e will be published BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer Questionnaires will be printed Sunday in 30 newspapers in the 12-county area USF serves asking input on future goals of the Univer sity, Marion Poynter, communiity subcommittee chairperson of the Task Force on Mission and Goals, said She said she believes this is the first time that many papers had cooperated in an effort of this type. "The idea is that it will be easy, hopefully, for everyone to do." The subcommittee is expecting from 1,200 and 1,500 responses to the questionnaire, Poynter said. we'll as large a sample as the Gallup Poll, though it won t be so sc1entif1c. An extended questionnaire will be sent to approximately 1,000 persons from a mailing list obtained from the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council, she said The subcommittee's members will also send out questionnaires and public service announcements will be aired on local radio and television stations "I think this should just be the beginning of a continuing effort," she said. "We will put together a report based on the areas people are concerned about, but not limited to them. It may be some of us are not thinking the way the public does." "We need to carry this further though," Dr. Harold Schroder, chairperson of the Management Department, said. "We need some estimate of whether anyone is paying attention to these things." Schroder and Clearwater City Manager Picot Floyd, also on the subcommittee, said they hoped the community could be approached for their views on a yearly basis Personnel group named to study hiring ways here Ken Thompson, vice president for Administration, has ap pointed a seven member com mittee to look into personnel policies at USF. The committee has the responsibility of "looking at the policies in effect with respect to the Division of Personnel Ser vices and reporting their findings to me," he said. Thompson said the committee was formed in response to Career Service Senate interest in such a body A similar committee was broken up "two or three years ago" because so many of the personnel policies are governed by state rules and regulations, Thompson said. State policy regarding per sonnel practices leave little room for consideration by individual un_iversities, he said The board includes: Director of Public Safety and Security Paul Uravich, Maintenance visor Earl McCullough, Director of Human Resources Lee Leavengood, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Manuel Vega, Manager of Laboratories Gregg Sheldon, Joan De Gauthier and Director of Personnel Services John Weicherding Thompson also appointed a "golf course committee,'' a "computer committee," and is in the process of appointing a group to study safety and security and a group to study auxiliary ser vices J GRADS: 1\PPLIC'i\TIONS AHE NOW REING AC ( 'EPTED FOH GENEHAL ASSIGNMENT H EPOHTEH-PllOTOGl{i\PHEHS C'OMi\IE!\('ING .JAN. 2. 1!175 SEMIWEEKLY NEWSPJ\PEHS. IN C 'ENTHJ\L FLOHll>i\ HAVE TWO OPENINGS FOH llAHD INDIVIDllALS WHO .\HE WILLIN(; TO STAHT i\T THE BOTTOi\I 1 \1\:D \\OHK TO THE TOP. WILL THAIN. ('OJ\1Pi\NY BENEFITSHAISES. FOH FllHTHEH l:\FOHi\IATION AND INTEHVIEW ('O!\i'L\CT: !\IB .J. ('ATES: !!IOI > :\:17-:11!1!1 E0l1AL O I' I' 0 HT l1 I\: IT Y EMl'LOYEH year, the USF Administrators are contending "we just don't have the money" to cover the deficit. Last year, surplus salary dollars were used to meet the overruns, Butler said. But this year no excess funds are available, he said. The University of Florida has asked for an additional $1 million to cover its deficit and Florida State University has requested $817,000 for the same purpose, Butler said Although USF has a comprehensive energy saving program, utility consumption has increased due to the addition of the Medical Center and Classroom Building A, he said. KEN THOMPSON vice president for Administration, also said he doesn't think ad ditional funds to cover the deficit are available in the current budget. Getting the funds is "a matter of working with the Board of Regents (BOR) and other state agencies" to figure out the sources of relief available to us, Thompson said. We've done a lot to conserve energy at USF but there are still some steps to be taken if they become necessary, he said 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 An attempt will be made to cover the SUS deficits by reallocating part of the lump sum appropriations already budgeted to the Regents, Jerry Martin, BOR Associate Director of Facilities, Planning and Support, said INTERNAL reallocation of BOR funds was used to cover last year's $255,000 SUS utility deficit, he said Howe ver, USF could be required to make up at least part of its overrun from money already allocated to the University, Martin said. 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4-THE ORACLE November 19, 1974 Grand jury system faces danger Better late than never is not always true. Sometimes a much-needed change comes too late for justice to be done That may be the case with a legal loophole which could allow former Florida Education Commissioner Floyd Christian to escape prosecution although a grand jury has indicted him on 19 counts of perjury, conspiracy and bribery. Thanks to a ridiculous technicality, Christian may never have his day in court. TODAY THE Legislature will hav.e a chance to amend the law, which ap parently does not allow the governor to assign outside state attorneys to another area without di,squalifying the local prosecutor The Legislature will also get a chance to allow the state attorney assigned to bring in as many assistants as necessary to aid in the investigation. editorials We are healed of a suffering only by ex periencing it to the full. Marcel Proust should not have brought along assistants Aaron Bowden and Bob Willis (a USF alumni). BOTH OF these moves were, the Oracle feels, absolutely essential in the successful completion of the case. Willis and Bowden both showed their expertise and familiarity with various aspects of the case No one should expect one prosecutor to be intimately familiar with all aspects of a case so complicated as the Christian one or most before a grand jury. Also, in the issue of Austin replacing Morrison, the Oracle agrees completely with Gov. Reubin Askew's assignment Both changes are imperative if the of Austin to the case. The Joint grand jury system and in fact the entire Legislative Auditing Committee judicial system iS going to work in this requested a special prosecutor after state. The)governor must be free to Morrison has shown his apparent ai.5ign the state attorney he feels most reluctance to press a case when the adept at the type of inauditing committee presented him with vestigation undertaken and that state evidence against outgoing Lt. Gov. Tom attorney must be free to call in Adams, which he failed to bring to assistants who are specialists in the court. type of litigation the case involves. We feel Askew acted properly in his The Christian case was handled this assignment and urge the Legislature to way but according to a state appeals authorize continuation of such court, this was done in the absence of assignments and team prosecution statutory authority. e1f0rtsj:>y adopting suitable legislation The court has said State Atty. Ed The credibility and effectiveness of a Austin should not have been assigned to grand jury system is absolutely --the Christian case without local State essential; urge the Legislature to A.uY:-Hai-r-y.M.Qgison being recognize that as it meets in special LOOPHOLE disqualified. The court session today Cooperation an essential in crime work Cooperation can work to the ad vantage of all persons involved in a joint effort. One of the areas where this is particularly evident at USF is in the University Police Department. The police cannot work in an en vironment isolated from the rest of the University community. Anyone wit nessing a crime which victimizes another person or property should report it to the police immediately By doing this, property may be retrieved and any injured person can receive aid quickly. The Oracle is not urging recom mending a network of informers; we are asking the community to cooperate for the benefit of the entire University. By reporting such things as bike thefts and auto break-ins, staff and students can help police have a better chance at retrieving stolen articles and ap prehending those responsible. We are not asking University per sonnel to become junior deputies But we are asking you to keep your eyes open and get involved if you see someone getting ripped-off. ORACLE I ACP All-American smce 1967 SDX Mark of Excellence 1972 ANPA Pacemaker Award 1967, 1969 CHAIRMAN i JOINT CUIEFS Of STAFF CHAIRMAN JOINT CUIEFS Of STAFF STAFF Editor......... ... Sandra Wright Advertising Manager ......... Tom Wallace Managing Editor .......... Dave Moormann News Editor ....... Wayne Sprague Entertainment Editor ..... Ellie Sommer Sports Editor .... Rindy Weatherly Layout Editor .......... ....... Matt Bokor Copy Editor ............... Luanne Kitchin Wire Editor ... Larry Vianello Photo Editor .. Mark Sherman Illustration Editor ....... Terry Kirkpatrick Librarian ....... : : ... Anna Bozo Adviser ............. Leo Stalnaker Advertising Coordinator ..... Harry Daniels Production Manager .Joe McKenzie Compositor. ... Kim Hackbarth 'New.sPhones ........ 974-2619 or 2842.or 2398 DEADLINES: General news J p.m. daily for following day issue Advertising, 5 p m Wed nesday for Tuesday i ssue, 5 p.m. Thursday for Wednesday issue, s p.m. Friday for Thursday issue, s p .m. Monday for Friday issue. Advertisers requiring proofs must submit copy one day prior to normal deadline. Classified ads taken 8 a m to 12 noon, LET 472, two days before publication in person or by mail with payment enclosed Advertising rates on request, 974-2620, Monday through Friday, 8 a m to s p .m. Stories and pictures of interest to students may be submitted to the Oracle in LET 469 or through the suggestion boxes in the Library and UC CHAIRMAN JOINT CUIEFS Of STAFF Commentaries planned Each week the Oracle will provide space for a commentary by either a member Qf the USF community or state-level educator. Anyone interested in writing a commentary may contact the editor at 974-2842. 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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6-THE ORACLE November 19, 1974 Women1s night Assorted Western Style Shirts, Boots, Belts, Levi's Jeans & Jackets We still have special priced Levi's Corduroy Bush Jeans Performers to entertain Most sizes and lengths Regular $13.00. BY LAURA DIAZ Entertainm e nt Writer For centuries it was considered an evil thing for women to perform anything other than household chores. But as times have changed, women have been noted for their contributions to the literary and music fields and seen as legitimate artists in their own right. music on guitar. Cathy Fritzmeier, an Eckerd College student, will sing and play piano. She received a warm response at last September's Women Performer's Night for her rendition of "Wild Women." Susan Sandweiss and Barbara Kate will do a dialogue reading Singing favorites from Joni Mitchell, Judy Collins and also some original material Maggie Zeh will play folk guitar. Holly Gwinn a 1967 USF graduate in Theatre Arts will close the program with some folk music on guitar from her three albums recorded in England Holly has performed at the Cambridge Folk Festival in England the Coffee Gallery in San Francisco and in concert at the Ash Grove in Los Angeles. Tonight at 8 the USF Women's Center and the UC are sponsoring Women Performer's Night in the. Empty Keg South Nancy Zic cardi, a junior in Fine Arts, will open the program with some rock and blues on her guitar, followed by Susan Sandweiss, who will recite feminist poetry. Cooke presents concert of unaccompanied cello Charlotte Wilson, USF Songfest '74 winl)er, will perform original Tvvo avvards, lecture demOrJStration given to USF at Festival ,_ Larry O'Connell, 4 SPE, won the coveted Silver Bowl for the "most outstanding interpreter overall" at the annual Sno-Bird Festival at Florida Technological University Saturd ay. -_:Facade,' directed by Bernard Downs, Speech instructor, was given a Special Award for Outstanding Creativity. Dean Bagley, Les Caulfield, Nancy Horne and Peggie Lax were granted Outstanding Performance Awards .for their participation in "Facade." A lecture demonstration of the visible metaphor used in "Trilogy for Lovers" was presented by the directoradaptor, Dr. Raymond Schneider associate professor of speech The students and coaches present for this event gave the effort a standing ovation. "This is the first time South Florida has participated in the Sno-Bird Festival," said Schneider, "and it was a pleasure to have our work enjoyed." Australian born Antony Cooke, a new member of the Music Department will present a concert of unaccompanied cello tonight at 8:30 in FAH 101. Admission is free Cooke will open the cello performance with "Suite No. 2 in Table space still available It is not too late to purchase a table at the Festival of the Hill. A dollar will reserve a table for two days. Money received from sales will be income for the individual or group. The UC-will not receive revenue from the sales. The table reservations are for arts and crafts only A $50 award will be given by a student-faculty selection committee to the best displayed art. Flea market space may be reserved without charge but no tables will be provided. Arts and crafts items will be restricted from this area. IMC hours The Instructional Materials Center, located on the first floor of the Education Building (EDU 113), will be open this quarter from 9 to 5 on Tuesday ; Thursday and Friday and from 9 to 9 on Monday and Pep Band needs players The first Pep Band rehearsal will be Wednesday night at 9 in FAH 102. Directed by Howar d Lerner, the band plays at all home basketball games Anyone who plays an instrument is eligible to join the Pep Band. 1Glass Menagerie1 opens at HCC "The Glass Menagerie," directed by Marvin Kirschman, professor of Theatre at Hillsborough Community: College (HCC) opens tonight at 8 : 30 in the Ybor Room of the HCC Ybor City Campus, The play will run tonight through Sunday. 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1Hobbit' masters fantasy THE ORACLE -November 19, 1974 Reviewed by ELLIE SOMMER Entertainment Editor To adapt and stage a fantasy is terribly difficult because the direct-Or must recreate a number of images found only in the human psyche. And these images are unique to each individual, although the stimulus remains the same. This weekend's presentation of "The Hobbit" by the Speech Department may have offended some people's preconceived Outdoor music attracts 4,000 BY LAURA DIAZ Entertainment Writer It. was a warm afternoon with a cool wind alleviating what might have been sweltering heat. Over four thousand people, and an assorted number of children and dogs, gathered to hear soul stirring strains of music from Don Cooper, the Outlaws and Taj Mahal. A concession stand sold refreshments and goodies for those with the munchies. The concert, typically like most others, started late, the con solation being that Taj played until 6:30 p.m. rather than the intended ending at sundown. DON COOPER'S mellow voice and lone acoustic guitar filled the air with original folk tunes, while the audience relaxed and listened attentively, getting into the sounds and their surroundings. An a capello piece, rendered while a broken string was being replaced, was warmly received. Taking up where Cooper left off and upping the tempo to dance able rock and roll, the Outlaws proved to be good showmen. Diversifying their set with country bluegrass and rock and roll tunes a perceptible change came over the audience as they got up to move their bodies in time with the m _usic. Ap preciation turned to demand as the Outlaws returned to do another. number to the sound of wild applause. The sky was taking on a dark and rosy appearance as Taj Mahal and his accompanists took the stage. An unusual voice, that sounded somewhat like a person singing through a cardboard tube, filled the atmosphere, backed by a soothing Jamaican reggae sound. One could almost imagine Taj out on an African plain singing in an ancient African tongue. The words might be virtually unintelligable, but the meaning would be conveyed despite the language barrier. THERE IS something about black music that makes it universally experiential, reaching the soul in wails and wooings stirring in us primordial responses and feelings. Taj Mahal's music is the apex of this medium of conveyance, a medium which takes many forms but leaves the all important essence intact. The SGP sponsored concert was a stimulus for each person getting in touch with their universal beginnings i deas of J.R.R. Tolkien s book. The dragon Smaug, portrayed But after the initial shock of by Mark B etten also ac-seeing characters, previously complished a startling imonly found in the imagination, pression when he appeared The Hobbit" took no more than draped in a dark violet robe, all a few minutes to entice this but breathing fire. He spoke in reviewer to .. the voice louder than all the other M'ddl ... E ti t:;:; .. : ....-.. h b. tt "aoW' nngmg a entmn to show. Illuminated by dfrn red Building A Auditorium of the lights the Goblins shreiked and USF St. Petersburg campus. clawed and thrashed convulsively among the dwarves and Bilbo. Trolls in the 'Hobbit' argue among themselves .. how to best cook the adventuresome dwarves. Dive the Clear Blue Waters of the KEYS Nov. 29 thru Dec. l For Info call Full Diver Needs W Classes, Sales, & Service < 7 SEASCOPE Hours open: Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m. -9 p.m. Wed. 9 a.m. -6 p.m. T oo o NOW OPEN 113th Avenue N. and 30th St. New Policy-Family Entertainment All Seats $2.00 At All Times DOUBLE FEATURE 1. Death Wish -R with Charles Bronson and 2. Serpico -R with Al Pacino Midnite Show Fri. & Sat. 0 0 0 0 SHERWOOD'S elnn PANCAKE HOUSE Convenient to USF for breakfast, lunch, dinner. Doors open 6 a.m. daily! TONIGHT thru SUNDAY Mon. Tues. & Wed. LADIES FREE Tues. & Wed. Thurs. "South of the Border Night. Any Tequila Drink 5o ail drinks all brands .75 all night long

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r:=-THE ORACLE sports November 19, 1974 Spikers eliminated at State Tournament competition again proved too much for USF's volleyball team as the Brah misses were eliminated in the fourth round of the State Champfonship tourney in Miami last weekend. Florida State University successfully defended its crown as state senior division cham pions But its reputation was tarnished by a loss to junior divisi on winner Miami-Dade Community College South The Brahmisses, who were 9-0 in dual matches this season, were unable to place among the top finishers in any of the three meets they entered. Their tournament record fell to 5-8 after losing to Flagler College and the University of Tampa in the state meet. USF did manage to beat St. Leo College and Florida Southern College before succumbing to the Spartans in its last two games. "We have played USF coach Jane Cheatham said of her team' s final performance of the season. Cheatham said her team was up for the Florida Southern contest, which it swept in two straight games. But the Brah misses had the tables turned against Tampa, as the Spartans took back to-back wins USF ruggers avenge defeat Revenge is always sweet as the USF Rugby Club found out Sunday in its 10-0 victory over Winter Park. The win meant quite a lot to us said Brahman rugger Tom O'Donnell. Winter Park had defeated USF 4-3 in the second game of the season "As a team, we just out-hustled them," O Donnell said Eric Stametts and Steve Lemley each contributed a try for the Brahmans. O Donnell added a two-point conversion to give USF its final margin of victory : The Brahmans were playing without the services of three injured starters. Jeep Barrett and Atley Wompler suffered broken noses in last week s vi c tory over Orlando, and Ed Spriggs l e g continues to ke e p him out of the lineup. But th e players who w e r e th ere kne w w h a t the y had to do. "It seem e d like ever y bod y was r eady, t o play," O Donn e ll said. o The B r a hmans fate N aples a t hom e Sund ay in th e last ga m e b e for e th e Florida C up Tour n a m e nt D ec 7 and 8. T h e c ont e st is a t 2 p m on th e intr amura l fie ld s Burdick-Wilson of sexes' planned at USF BY JEFF WHITTLE Oracle S port s Writer It won' t be Billie Jean King a nd Bobby Riggs at cent e r court in the Astrodome, but the form a t will be the same when Glenn Burdick, professor of Electrical Engineering, and Frankie Wilson, formerly a member of USF's women's tennis team, square off in USF's first "battle of the sexes." Burdick ranked among the top six men s singles players in Clearwater for the past six years, will meet Wilson Dec. 4 at 3 p .riJ.. on the PED tennis courts "I'LL GO IN with great con fidence," the 42-year-old professor said "But I haven't been able to get my spies to find out how good she is." Wilson played on the Brah misses' tennis team during the 1972-73 season compiling an 8 5 singles record and an 8-3 doubles mark. She was seeded fourth fifth and sixth for singles during the season, and was on the second and third doubles teams. In the State Championship Tournament Wilson w o n her first match by default then Jost to top s eeded Janet Haas, now a touring professional. One quarter of the proceeds from the benefit match will go to Financial Aids and equal amounts will b e given to Academic Affairs and the College of Engineering. The rema ining quarter will be donated by the players to the departments of their choice. The money will be used for scholarships and equipment. EDGAR W. KOPP, dean of Engineering, lilnd Burdick bought the first two tickets at $100 a piece The third and fourth tickets $20 each, were bought by USF Pres. Cecil Mackey and Merle Donaldson chairperson of Electrical Engineering Tickets for the event can be purchased in EGR 246, at $2 for students and $4 for faculty Women's Counseling Program U.C. 159 .. 974-2654 members. A ddition a l donations are welcom e d Some of the showm a nship may be lacking but the th e m e w ill be the s ame as that m e morable match in Houston: can a female athlete b eat the once-thought omnipotent male? Only time will tell 985-2964 l Students and Faculty: i ffi.l University of t Homecoming Gam e l!.'.2 $ 6 d 1 ; p ri c e o n r e serve seat s ; t except F la. A & M ga m e availnb le at student 7 union on campus only nov. 23 t se e Tampa vs Southern Miss. tampa l e TEDDY BEARI I ..:v. I I PET SHOP I I I I Professional I All Breed Grooming i I I I Dog B a thing-Dipping I I By Appointment Only I I I I I i $1 Off Regular Price : With This Coupon I I I ; 11118 N. 30th St. 977-0699 : I Across From Schlitz I LUNDEEN Sporting Goods tennis racquets Spalding Dunlop Slazenger Spaldi n g han d balls 4 for $4.50 We Ha v e All Y our Sporting Good Needs THINK SPORTS FOR XMAS DOMINO'S Fo nt a n a Hall La Mancha Dos We ar e loc ated within walking distance of USF tennis courts 1 block east of USF on Fowler in Herald Square

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People's Lib Striking a blow for equallty, Student the only man In the tournament. A Sen. Jay Welch participates In the Inspokesman for equal rights for women at tramural billiards tournament. Welch, USF, Welch is trying to make people lining up a shot as Sherrie Aly looks on, is aware that intramurals are open to all. Davis leads cross country finishers George Davis had the fastest time at the intramural cross country meet for the second year in a row, leading the 114 finishers over the two-mile course in 10 minutes, 49 seconds. Davis led Baptist Campus Ministry to first place in Ule IndepP,ndent League, while the Faculty came in second. In the fraternity division, Pi Kappa Alpha and Tau Epsilon Phi tied for the Gold League lead, and Lambda Chi won the Green League. Pi Kappa Alpha's Mike Walter had a 11:22 to top the Gold harriers, and Lambda Chi's Rick Rogers' 11: 08 was best among Green runners. Tim Sheridan of Beta 4 East and Ron Heath of Beta 3 West Wyly, triumphs in tournament Don Wyly, associate professor of English, defeated former tennis coach Spaff Taylor 7-6, 6-3 to capture the open men's singles class of the faculty-staff tennis tournament last weekend. Wyly's wife Katherine beat Donna Fabry 6-4, 6-2 for the top spot in the women's division. Samuel Isaak, associate professor of Mathematics, won the men's intermediate singles title, topping Lawrence Broer, associate professor of English, 6-4, 5-7' 6-2 In the men's novice singles group, James Moon, assistant professor of Accounting beat David Dennis, assistant professor of Accounting, 6-3, 6-2. Tennis players to meet today A required meeting for USF's intercollegiate women's tennis team will be held today All women planning to try out for the squad must come to PED 213 today at 4 p.m., coach JoAnne Young said. finished in a dead heat at 11:27 in the Argos league Beta 3 West took the team title. Dean Hardy of Iota 1 was first among individuals in the Andros League. The Lambda 2 team won the league crown, with Theta 2 finishing second. 1./ i Reser'Ve Life Insuflfrt.ce CompanyWE DARE TO COMPARE The Best in *:Life-savings *:Health *: Income Check with us before you decide 988-9197 One block east of USF in Herald Square off Fo:wler THE ORACLE -November 19, 1974 9 Shields, Vail capture state championships USF Sports Car Club members took two crowns at the State Championship Autocross Sunday. Bob Vail turned in the fastest time of the day for a Datsun sedan, winning the A Foreign Sedan claS"s in 100. 733 seconds. Club Pres. Danny Shields took first place in the C Sports class at 99.570 seconds in his Austin-Healey Sprite. "In my particular class, there wasn't much competition," Shields said_. Only two ottier cars entered C Sports. USF alumnus Howard Duncan, also a member of the club, was third in B Foreign Sedan with a time of 101. 733 seconds. Duncan drove a Datsun 1200. Women's Counseling Program Birth Control V.D. Relationships u.c. 159 Sexuality Rape Problem Pregnancy 974-2654 US F DANCE DEPARTMENT presents .. "SOUL MIRRORS" "BAROCCIANA" "COPPELi A PAS DE DEUX" "OLD THRILLS" FRIDAY & SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22 & 23 UNIVERSITY THEATRE 8:30 p.m. CONCERT USF Students free, General $3.00, Other Students $1.50 Reservations: 974-2323 weekdays 9:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Theatre Box Office open weekdays 1: 15 4:30 p.m. HAPPY BIRTHDAY RANDY&KEN from the UNION of SAILING FOOLS

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10-THE ORACLE November 19, 1974 Sen. Graham says careers change every seven years BY MIKE ARCHER Assistant News Editor Students entering the job market today can expect a change in career every seven years, Senate Education Com mittee Chairperson Robert Graham, D-Miami Lakes, said Monday. Graham was speaking to a young-to-middle-aged crowd in the UC Ballroom at the "New Careers at Mid-life" symposium held here over the weekend. GRAHAM SAID rapidly changing technology has created economic conditions where careers come and go much faster than they used to. People need to gain flexibility through education to compete for them, he said Some basic assumptions made bulletin board TODAY Senate Resident Affairs Co'l'lmittee Th is is a weekly meeting of the committee at 4 p.m. in the SG office. All m embers and other interested persons are invited. WEDNESDAY Farmworkers Support Committee In UC 200 at 7:30 p.m. there i s a regular meeting for members and anyone in t e rested. World Affairs Council In UC 158-atJ p.m. there is a general meeting for in inter. nationalism. Membershlp-is open lo all students. Philosophy Club ----An academic debate on the r eligious and philosophical issue Is it odd lo believe in God?" is sch eduled for 2 p.m. in LET 116. Anyone interested i's invited. Refreshmehts will be served. Ancient Studies League The film "Rise of Greek Art" will be shown at 2 p.m. in LET 462. Everyone is invited lo attend. THURSDAY Baha'i Club Every Thursday evening at 8:30 in UC 158 there is a Fireside concerning the Baha'i Faith. Everyon e is welcome to come and learn. Campus Crusade for Christ Al 8 p.m. in UC 256 the Campus Crusade for Christ holds their weekly meeting. Everyone interested is invited to attend. Issues in Community Psychology Lecture This series will present The controversy involved in t eaching English as a second language" with Dr. Fran Costanza al 4 p.m. in SOC 149. Everyone is welcome to attend this discussion. Public Relations Student Society of America An important business meeting is scheduled for 8 p.m. in LET 115. All in terested members and public relations ma jars are urged lo attend. Refreshments will be served. FRIDAY Student Advisory Board The College of Business Student Advisory Board meets every Fri. in BUS 219 at 2 p m Anyone interested is asked to attend. SATURDAY Alpha Phil Omega Alpha Phi Omega is sponsoring a Record Hop of the Greatest Hits of the '60s and '70s There is a charge of one can of food or soc which will be collected for migrant workers. The Hop starts al 8 p m in the UC Bal I room. Everyone is invited to attend. Sports Car Club In FAH at 7 p m registration for an automobile rallye will begin. Anyone can attend. Trophies will be awarded. For further information call Eddie Hamp at 932 8047 or Jim No e l al 933-3756 SUNDAY Unitarian Univenalist Fellowship An exploral ion of the value and ritual of the act of breadmaking will be the topic for this Sunday's meeting. The Fellowship is located at 11403 Davis Rd .. just off Fowler Ave. Everyone is welcome to attend. Hare Krishna People E very Sunday at 3 p.m. the Hare Krishn a P eop le have a Love Feast at 1204 E 142 Ave. Everyone is invited to come and share in the iun. GENERAL Counseling Center for Human Development The Counseling Center will be open Tlwrsday nights from 6 to 9 p.m. for lhe remainder of this quarter. Cooperative Education and Placement A Placement Orientation Sessio n is held every a t 2 p m. in AOC 101 for s tudents (egistering with the Placement Office. An Orientation Session is held every W e dnesday at 2 p m. in AOC 101 for al l students who are interested i n the Cooperativ e Education Program. All students are welcome. by ed ucators in the past about the nature of students need to change, he also said. Educators have traditionally assumed people are essentially the same, and the same basic elementary, secondar); and higher education patterns are required to meet their basic needs, he said Another erroneous assumption made by educators is that schooling and education are synonymous, he said. Today only a fraction of what students learn comes from the classroom, he said. Graham also said "very serious economic slow-down" has accompanied a twofold trend of increasingly older college students and economic "dislQcation" among many who planned lifelong careers that didn't pan out. For this reason universities will have to begin planning "di versified" programs for students well into middle age, he said. Faculty leave applications must be returned soon Faculty wishing to apply for Faculty Development Leaves for Qtr 1 1975 and Qtr 2 and 3, 1976, must return applications to Academic Affairs by Dec 4 Full time faculty on nine-, 10or 12-month contracts, with six years' employment at USF, are eligible tor leave. However, faculty with previous development leave must have six years employment since the termination of their last award. That magic moment ... Flawless Diamond Rings For The Engageables New stunning flawless diamond engagement rings, all in 18 Karat Gold. From $175 to $900 Convenient terms arranged at Maas Brothers w here Diamonds are purchased with confidence. Illu strations enlarged to show detail. Fine Jewelry 0 RI THANKSGIVING SPECIALS TEMPLE TERRACE Cut Rate Liquors 5303 E. Busch Blvd. Open 'til midnight Early Times Montezuma Tequila Calvert Exira Liquore Gallia no 23oz. sa. 99 Full Q4arts Your Choice Calvert Gin Quart $ 4. 19 Budweiser l 2oz. cans only $ 5. 99 case Visit our wine cellar We Carry Imported and Domestic Wines, Beer and Champagnes Cold Schenley Harwood Vodkas Canadian Quart 3. 99 Quart $ 4. 79 Peter Dawson 86 proof Scotch Quart s4.99 Ezra Brooks Quart $4 99 86 Proof Jack Daniels Black Fifth Ronrico Rum Quart Southern Comfort Quart $6.7 9 Sangria Black Angus from Spain V2 Gal. $ 3. 7 9 Ask About Our Case Prices These Prices Good Thru Nov. 23 TEMPLE TERRACE LOUNGE & PACKAGE 8848 N. 56th St. Open 'til 3a.m.

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( classified ads J THE ORACLE-November 19, 1974 11 Students, Faculty and Staff of U.S:F. \llQ SA VE $$ on TIRES A ... Mounting & Balancing 5 o % ... I-.MA_N_C_:-C::-E-R .. ).. c .. _H_E_LP_w_A_N_T_E_o_.J ... [ OFFERED l EARN EXTRA money in your spare time. ayailable 0 Q Mastercharge BankAmericard: Discount 11111 ll -on all ,. K00N'S We will train. For interview call 9613830. 11-19 FEMALE student is looking for someone who would like her to clean their apt. on a regular basis. Call 977-7216. 11-19. THE SECRETARIAT Professional typing. Many type styles. Fa;t delivery. Call alter 5:30. 933-4524.AL T 12;4 FAST, accurate typing-professional results--48 hr. service. LIZ 879-7222 Ext. 238 (day) 988-3435 (eves) 10-2, 3, 8, 10,15,17 ,22,24,29,31,11-5,7' 12, 14, 19,21,26, 12-3,5: TYPING THESES, dissertations, term papers, IBM. Fast, neat, accurate Turabian. 3 minutes USF. Nina Schiro, 9712139. 12;6. IF YOU make things-art or handwork of all sorts-I would like to display and sell your work in my new store in Clearwater. "The Forest Floor". In Tampa call 988-8542, Clearwater 443-0912 11 -19 "TY Pl NG," neat ano accurate. I BM Selectric, Greek symbols. dose -to USF. Please call 626-0321 GRE PREPARATION COURSE near USF Score 1,000 or your money back. 18 hrs. S35; course repeatable free. Over 800 have taken our course in South Florida in the last 3 years. For info cafl 305-854-7466. 10 1, 3, 8, 10, 1S, 17, 22, 24, 29, 31. CANCE RENTALS Ph. 935-0018 .. 11-8: ( AUTOMOTIVE l 1965 VW, Herman needs a home. Extremely clean, new red paint, rebuilt motor, new inspection. Housebroken. $700 firm, call 988-4985. 11-21: 1971 CPEL--4 door, automatic shill, low mileage, $775. Call 961-2047 alter 6 P.M. 11: 14, 11:15, 11:19 66 PLYMOUTH. Well maintained. Driven by New, large, one bedroom apartments. Central heat & air -on the corner of 12th and 140th Streets. 24 hour phone service-971-1555. 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USF Area. 988-7969 (Eve.) 12-4 FEMALE needed to take over Fontana Hall lease, Quarters II & 111. Keep $50 deposit. Contact Kym Crosby in No. 930, or leave message at 985-1282. 11-22 PRIVATE ROOM, bath, 'entrance. Near USF. Upper level students. 988-7667. 11-22: SUBLET:l Bedroom apt for one or two months, December 1st or Jan. 1st Rent $140 month, Pets welcome. Call 971-1510. 11-19 2 BEDROOM A-C duplex. Nicely furnished. Free water, garbage pick-up. Near 1-75, Fletcher. Well kept yard, good parking. No childre!l or pets. $150.00 971-8662, 932-0525. 1119: handicapped student. Must sell by 11-19. r J ,,.,, "' "" ...... "" '"" '"". "" ": 19: FOR SALE ( M OBILE HOMES J .... -. SACRIFICE Holiday Trailer 29' Excellent Condition 949-4018 alter 6:00 P.M. 11: 13, 14, 19, 20 LARGE WOODED lot 5 min. from campus in small student oriented selling. Safe Area. Fishing or studying dock, garden tracts. Call Bob 988-4_085. 12;6 12 WIDE Mobile Home 1972, 3 miles from USF. Nothing down. Assume payments. Financing should be no problem. Call 8554435Ext.59. 11-22 TV, RADIO, STEREO I ... SHARP Electronic Calculators. $29.95 to $119.95. Call Tim Hammond Campus Representative 974-6348 Room 219. 11 ;19 Harman Kardon 930." Marantz 7Gs Thorens 165TD. All or separate Best Oller. 988-2420 John or Mark. Equipment in perfect shape. 11-20: FOR SALE: Batavus 10 speed. 24" Brown Suntour Derailleur. Quick release hubs. Miranda Sensorex 35mm, Fl. 4, 50 mm lens $150.00. 135mm Telephoto $25.00. Elec tronic Flash $40.00 Fillers $10.00. All $200.00. Call 971-4239 11-20: CANOES! New 16 foot fiberglass. Namebran<1-9uarantee. $138.00 Hurry! Call 229-0561, 2904 Florida Ave. 11 ;15 HELP! Need money to graduate. 171/2' Folbot Kayak with two paddles. $175 or best offer. 977-5774 11-20 I APTS. & HOUSES TO SHARE I FURNl'SHED Apartment, North Tampa, Airconditioned, Heat, One bed room, Living room, Kitchen, Bathroom. 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Try us. llERE \t?aJ'OJ(_ BOOKSEILER 2112 University Square Mall Tampa Notice to all Students Enrolling in CLY 312 or 517 -Q 11 -7 5 Inasmuch as the Textbook Center will be closed ... two weeks, give or take a week, after the beginning of the quarter ... ," the following required books should be ordered now from eitherlhe publishers directly or through a privately owned bookstore such as the Cross Lode Bookshop at 2704 Busch Blvd. The texts are: CLY 312CLY 571-l) Edwards, A., Statistical Methods (2nd ed.) NY: Holt Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1967 ($8.50) 2) Bruning and Kintz, Computational Handbook of Statistics, NY: Scott, Foreman (1968) ($3.50) l) Bakwin, H., and Bakwin, R Behavioral Disorders in Children, NY: Saunders, (4th ed., 1972)-$17.50 2) Johnson, Darley, and Spriestersbach, Diagnostic Methods in Speech Pathology, NY: Harper and Row, 1963 (about $8.50) S. Ritter man, Ph.D. Associate Professor Department of Communicology ....,._ -

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12-THE ORACLE November 19, 1974 HEW study may be slowed BY ILENE JACOBS Oracle Staff Writer A federal investigation of alleged sexual discrimination in USF's Athletic Department may be held off until proposed guidelines to Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 are finalized. Ed Odom, equal opportunity specialist and state coordinator with the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare,