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Proposed felon policy termed 1disilstrous1 BY :\llKE ARCHER '\ssistant i\ ews Editor Any policy barring the admittance of felons to state universities would be "sym bolically disastrous" to the thousands of prisoners and parolees in the state. an official from the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services rnRS) said yesterday. These men and women would just say 'the hell with it and quit trying to improve themselves," Jerry Torano coordinator of client relations, said. Friday, HRS Secretary O.J. Keller said the department stro;igl y opposes any restriction on the a dmis$ion of felons to university graduate programs. "We favor no pol i cy,' Keller said. Since the number of offender applicants to post graduate schools are so small that the question of admissions can best be handled on an individual basis by university admissions personnel." "CONSIDERING THE total number of people in prison Cll,500) and the number on probation and parole ( 40, 000), a BOR policy concerning post graduate study seems hardly necessary, Keller said. more quaiified applicants than places. It was designed to keep felons out of programs where "similsrly situated Jaw-abiding people have applied, policy proponent Sen David McClain. 0-Tampa, said yesterday. "I don t think you should make crime attractive," he said. BARRING FELONS from entering universities as undergraduates would also be possible under the policy, Torano said. Keller said this would be "extremely" harmful to efforts tuesdag's to rehabilitate prisoners. There are 24 inmates in work release programs throughout the state, at least one in each state university he said. "If the state's mission is to rehabilitate offenders, it should reject a policy which not only punishes offenders imprisonment, but keeps on punishing them during their years after prison Keller said. McClain said he has no ob jection to the practice of ad mit ting felons to the un dergraduate programs. But he said they should be kept from entering fields like law and medicine where extensive con tact with the public is required. "l DON'T THINK we should subject the public to someone who has a serious criminal record fie said Torano said inflated law and order" political issues cloud the fact that many of the state's prisoners are determined to be rehabilitated. "We have quite a few diamonds in the rough he said. "A university education could really polish them up." STRONG FEELINGS on both sides of this question are ex pected to be heard today at a Board of Regents (BOR) meeting in Tallahassee, which was called to hear opinions on the subject. The issue was first raised when legislators questioned the ad mittance of convicted felon David Morrison to Florida State University's College of Law The proposal considered by the BOR in August but postponed so more opinions on it could be heard, states that felons who have not yet had their civil rights restored "will not be considered for admission to any academic program for which there are ORACLE Nov. 26, 1974 Vol. 9 No. 92 16 pages In a statement released Regents break off Eckerd merge talks BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer Negotiations concerning bringing Eckerd College into the State University System (SUS) have been halted because of "continued and serious misunderstanding" about the private school's future, the Board of Regents

2-THEORACLE November 26, 1974 Boyd, Dekle removal sought TALLAHASSEE The removal of State Supreme Court Justices Joseph Boyd and Hal P. Dekle for judicial misconduct was recommended by the Judicial Qualifications Com mission yesterday. The commission voted unanimously to find the two justices guilty of misconduct in connection with alleged use of a secret document, written by a utility company lawyer, in preparing a court opinion. Dekle additionally was found guilty of trying to improperly influence Panama City Circuit Judge W.L. Fitzpatrick to rule in favor of a friend of Dekle's. Two members of the commission disagreed wit.h the majority vote for removal of the two jurists, saying the punish ment was excessive. The recommendation for removal of a justice of the state's highest court-handed to the court shortly before 4 p.m.-was unprecedented in Florida history. From the Wires of United Press International The Qualifications Commission-which tried the two justices last week-made its recommendation to the state Supreme Court, and also recommended that while the decision to remove is pending the justices be suspended from the bench. Chief Justice James C. Adkins Jr., saying that a majority of the court would not want to sit in judgment of their associates, particularly since they would have to continue to work with them should the removal not be approved, said a special panel of judges from around the state will be appointed to render the final verdict. Justice Boyd, who demanded a public trial, swore he had done nothing wrong but had kept quiet in order to ensnare Justice Dekle, said he was "shocked and dismayed by the incorrect findings and recommendations of the Judicial Qualifications Commission." He said he will appeal and fight for his constitutional rights. Justice Dekle, who was tried in private as was his right, also expressed surprise and asserted his innocence. Grisly murders found GAINESVILLE Police said a knife-wielding man broke into a home in rural Hawthorne early yesterday, stabbed a mother and her son to death and critically wounded two other children. The grisly murders were discovered by Wyley Williams Sr., when he returned home about 2:37 a.m. after working the night shift at the Shands Teaching Hospital in nearby Gainesville. Police were unable to deter mine a motive for the slayings. Williams, however, went into shock after discovering the murders and police were unable to determine if the family had been robbed. Authorities said Mrs. Anna Marie Williams, 27, and 10-year old Wyley Jr. had both been stabbed to death. Two other children, Harold, 9, and Andrew, 7, were rushed to the Alachua General Hospital. Doctors said the two survivors were in critical condition and had each been stabbed. repeatedly. Prisoners recaptured STARKE Three prisoners who escaped from Florida State Prison were recaptured in Jacksonville and returned to the prison, Superintendent G.S. Fortner said yesterday. Fortner said the three men were apprehended by the Jacksonville Sheriff's Depart-ment while hitchhiking along an expressway. The men were returned to the prison in a Sheriff's Department car, Fortner said. The trio escaped Sunday night by crawling through a hole in the prison fence. They were identified as Thomci.s Melvin Francis, of Jacksonville; Pat Clark, of Clewiston, and Harvey D. Lang, of Fort Myers. Schedule change in Psychology PSY 432 section 001, "In dustrial Psychology," originally scheduled for Qtr. 2 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10 a.m. will instead be offered Monday nights from 6 to 9 p.m. Dr Stephen Cohen and Dr. Herbert Meyer will teach the course. Meyer said although the catalog lists prerequisites, none are required. Japanese Prime Minister Tanaka resigns TOKYO -Japanese Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka resigned yesterday, assuming responsibility for political confusion in the country triggered by charges against him of corruption. Officials said Tanaka stepped down as president of the governing Liberal Democratic party during a meeting in his official residence. The resignation of the party presidency automatically means relinquishing the premiership. The chief of Japan's governmental party simultaneously assumes the reins of government. Tanaka, 56, who has been party president and prime minister since July 1972, was reported to have told the party heads he decided to give up power in order to assume responsibility for the country's current "political corruption.'' There have been calls for Tanaka's resignation since the publication last month of a magazine article which accused him of amassing a vast fortune during the 28 years he has been a politician. Tanaka denied the magazine charges. Party Vice President Etsusaburo Shiina conferred with influential party members Monday on how to choose the successor to Tanaka. Three-men-Finance Minister Masayoshi Ohira, 67, former Finance Minister Takeo Fukuda and former Deputy Prime Minister Takeo Miki-are widely considered potential successors to Tanaka. Each is an influential factional leader within the ruling party. Happy has surgery NEW YORK Margaretta From the Wires of United Press International "Happy" Rockefeiler underwent her second breast removal operation yesterday for cancer and her doctor said she has a 90 per cent chance of full recovery over 10 years. Dr. Jerome A. Urban, head of a four surgeon team which removed Mrs. Rockefeller's right breast less than six weeks after her left breast was similarly removed, said, "It's out and that's the end of it." Urban, acting chief of breast services at Sloan-Kettering Memorial Hospital where the was performed, said the secon.! operation for the wife of the Vice-President-designate Nelson Rockefeller was simpler than the first and preliminary lab reports were that the cancer had not spread to lymph glands under her arm. "She's O.K. It's all over," Rockefeller said minutes after visiting his wife in her room. "I'm so relieved. I'm so grateful. I'm thanking God and especially the nurses." U Thant dead at 65 UNITED NATIONSU Thant, the quiet devout Buddhist schoolmaster from Burma who for a decade served as the third Secretary General of the United Nations, died yesterday in New York at the age of 65. Thant, who had cancer of the cheek, died at New York's Columbia Presbyterian Hospital after contracting pneumonia, a The Oracle is the. official student-edited newspaper of the University of Soun. Florida and is published four times weekly, Tuesday through Friday, during the academic year period September through mid-June; twice doring 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 a re 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 action Equal Opportunity1_Employer. ft' 1 ,<" ... (' ''""' '!:'''>''"-'"\ f'(n.l. _: loi \ .. n I .!; t t-. 'tt i.\ : :Ti'..w \.J'CJI ."I! s i U.N. spokesman said. His death came not quite three years after his retirement. Funeral arrangements were pending. The General Assembly scheduled a special commemoratiye session when Thant's successor Kurt Waldheim returns from the Middle East. Self-effacing and physically small, Thant assumed the top U .N. post as acting secretary general following the death of his Swedish predecessor Dag Hammarskjold in a plane crash in Africa in September 1961. Trial moves forward WASHINGTON U.S. District Judge John J. Sirica yesterday threw out part of the Watergate cover-up indictment against John N. Mitchell and John D. Ehrlich man, but ordered the trial to go forward on the main charge against all five defendantsconspiracy to obstruct justice. Sirica's rulings, shortly after the government rested its case at the eight-week-old trial, cleared the way for the defendants to present their cases to the sequestered jury. Ruling the government had failed to present sufficient evidence to justify the char-ges, Sirica ordered that Mitchell and Ehrlichman be acquitted of counts charging that they lied to the FBI in unsworn statements in the early days of the bugging investigation. $69 per person double occupancy 3 days 2 nights Includes: Air Fare from Palm Beach Deluxe Hotel Accomoda tions Welcome Cocktail Ticket to Un derwater Museum Your on Campus Travel Agent AOTC 974-2001 ADM102 .......................... ........................... .. .... -.-.... .. ...... .. -.. -.. .. :.---... -----.: .. ....... ... -_-............ -_-......... _--_ .... ... ..... ... _-_ ....... .. ::1.-:--.-......... :---:-..:-:--."":-.---... -.. ... .. -_ .. _-_-... -_-_ -......... --.. __ ... ,_, .... -......


Cracle photo .bY Gabe Puniska THE ORACLE-November 26, 1974 3 Petition for light signed by over 1,200 Over 1 ,200 persons signed a petition within two and one-half hours yesterday in an effort to persuade public officials to erect a stoplight at 13lst Avenue and 15th Street petition organizer Bradley Arthur 4 ART, said. Arthur said he will be back at the intersection today from 2: 30 to 4 : 30 p m to continue collecting signatures, which will then be handed over to county officials. The latest accident at the intersection occurred Saturday night at 9 : 30 and resulted in "two minor ir:juries," Florida Highway Patrol dispatcher Robert McKennon said The wreck was the fifth accident at the corner since Oct. 25, three of which resulted in injuries. 13lst Avenue has been under heavy Hillsborough County Sheriff surveillance since Oct. 28 in an effort to cut down on accidents there County Traffic Engineer Nick Di Gioia said. The leading cause of accidents at the intersection is not lack of a stoplight or four-way stop, but driver impatience and high speed driving, he said. Signatures gathered for traffic light Di Gioia said traffic studies made at the corner indicate a stoplight or four-way stop would actually impede the efficiency of the in tersection petition shown to cyclist by Bradley Arthur, 4 F AH See Us For Christmas Gift Ideas Council of Presidents Belts, Boots Cowboy Hats, Belt Buckles as well as LEVI'S JEANS &. JEAN JACKETS. approves enrollment cap HAPPY THANKSGIVING from: BY MIKE ARCHER Assistant News Editor Meeting yesterday in Orlando, the Council of Presidents voted to recommend a policy capping enrollment at state universities in an attempt "to avoid the problems inherent in rapid and uncontrolled growth." State University System

4 -THE ORACLE November 26, 1974 Recall amendment needed now The tragic affairs in state and local government seen in recent months may teach citizens and elected officials a very important lesson; the public cannot tolerate governance by crooks and deceitful persons. Unfortunately, the revelations of corruption in high places has also shown that the citizens often discover long after an election that the person in whom they placed their trust is totally unworthy of that honor And it has been shown all too cle a rly that removing a person under suspicion-even one facing several criminal charges-is not so easy under our current regulations FOR THAT reason, the Oracle feels it is time for a ch a nge We ask the up coming session of the Florida Legislature to consider adoption of a recall amendment. By adoption of such an amendment, 1 with special care as to the wording and full implications of such an act, the public would have an alternative to four years under an apparently corrupt official. The people would not have to wait while a person drawing a salary which their taxes fund, dedicates his energy to his own defense rather than active pursuit of their welfare. While we urge the Legislature to refrain from excessive foot-dragging 011 this matter, we do ask that represen tatives and senators take time to consider the importance and subtle implications of any statutory measure they draft. Such a measure, while we feel it is essential, can be little more than a political tool if it is poorly con structed We do not want an amendment which would put elected officials at the whims of an often uninformed public every few months What we seek is a device whereby those unable to adequately perform the job they were elected to do because of suspicion and charges of criminal conduct can be relieved of their duties and another person elected to carry on the work. REMOVAL OF a person from office under such a recall should not in any way be interpreted as an indication of probable guilt. Instead it should in dicate to anyone who is interested that a majority of those who would bother to vote in such an election feel that although a n official may have been suited to an office when voted into the post, due to charges now against him or her the public would best be served by having a replacement. For this reason we feel the wording of such an amendment is of tremendous importance The Oracle feels recall of a duly elected official is a very serious matter and should only be authorized under extraordinary circumstances. We ask the Legislature to make recall possible only if a representative official faces criminal charges, indictments or federal prosecution However, addition al wording is necessary in the case of elected judicial officers We ask the Legislature to provide for removal of justices who are found guilty of charges by a Judical Qualifications Commission AT THE same time, we ask the Legislature to mandate the openings of such hearings for any judge on the public payroll. ACP All-American smce 1967 editorials What country before ever existed a c entury and a half without a rebellion? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. Thomas J effers on In recent months, Florida residents have w a tched one state Supreme Court justice face a public hearing on charges of misconduct and have watched at least one other prepare for a closed door misconduct hearing. Details of the closed hearing even such matters as who entered the hearing room, are a mystery. We feel this is wrong The people have a right to know about the business of elected officials be they judicial officers or .state representatives We ask the Legii!ilature to recognize that right. The Oracle is not seeking a system whereby government officials hesitate to do anything but appease the voters in their district. A measure which would allow a disgruntled public to recall a person simply because it did not share his or her philosophy would be as in tolerable as a system which would allow crooks to run the government. WHAT. WE need is an equitable system for both the public and its of ficers. The public cannot be served by those so Caught up in defending themselves from criminal charges that they cannot devote full time to the business of the people. But an official should not be made to live in constant fear of being recalled because of political pressure An equitable recall is needed. And now is the time for the Legisl!lture to be looking at it. ''STATE CAPl1l)L.. -l'M ... SHE'S IN TOO .. HE'S AL.50 our ... YES '51R, \.JlTH HIS LA'w'VERS ... HE'S NOT lN EITHe.R \JORKING-ON HIS DEFENSE: .. Probe ought to be pursued '' FOR MY NEXT NUMBE!i, lb LIKE TODD THE. EVER POP'LAR, (MAS !NNO::ENJ AS CAN BE,BUT THEY l

DOONESBURY j OeAr Hr. './'You SIA.YJ ''I am Ford, not o.. li11colvi, and ford ho..s A. better idect.." by Garry Trudeau /7_vv I rea.d iho..t, vou P'lY ct to wnfe your jokes f&r you .. So r tntNde. up a.. JOke. Here if is. Please pa.y me $/0.00 for this Jolre Your FriericJ, Billy R. Development around USF ought to be halted now Editor: At first it was rather subtle, disguised in the innocence of Ronald McDonald and his friends. Then came more and more ... and more. Soon the total Los Angeles-ization of Fowler Avenue. Now Dick Greco and De Bartolo and friends, Almighty creators of our next door neighbor, the mall, want to continue their "progress." The area to be victimized this time is across from the USF River front. The time has come for the USF Community. I support the Oracle's Thursday editorial, calling for an end to such actions. As it said, "It is time to put on the brakes." By the way ... this couldn't be the same Dick Greco, one-time mayor of Tampa, who greeted Spiro Agnew to the city with open arms just a short time ago ... Or could it? JimiLynch 3MCE Stevenson singing lauded Editor : In regard to the Empty Keg review in the Nov. 13 Oracle, although I missed much of the program, I did see, and enjoy, Suzanne Stevenson's per formance. I liked her style, songs and voice, as did much of the audience there Saturday night. I thought the other side deserved a say. Stevenson received first place among the other com petition and previously a stan ding ovation. I hope to see her at the Empty Keg again soon. Steve Spina 4COM THE ORACLE :-November 26, 1974 5 Coverage 'professional' Editor: On behalf of the entire Cooperative Education and Placement staff, we appreciate the special coverage in Thursday's Oracle clarifying the recent controversy concerning student recommendations I feel very fortunate that Dan Walbolt, assistant vice president for Student Affairs and Pres. Cecil Mackey have once again demonstrated their '8d ministrative leadership in being well-informed and able to respond as they have in this matter in spite of the demanding schedule they must meet. Your initiative to get the facts straight and print a public apology to clear the misunderstanding, is indicative of professionalism and maturity of which you can be proud Thanks again for your interest and cooperation. Glenda F. Lentz, Director Cooperative Education and Placement Justice league reports threat Editor: A week ago, our organization, the Americans for Justice in the Middle East, which seeks to promote an open dialogue on the Arab-Israeli conflict, received a letter which said, in part: "I am one in a closely knit group of Israeli soldiers on this campus. We will be glad to discuss anything you like. "I urge you not to attempt to organize an anti-Israeli movement or we will have 'to resort to measures other than discussion To most perhaps this would seem to be an idle threat. But those familiar with the situation know only too well the activities of the Jewish Defense League and the international Israeli terror squads We do not so much regard the letter as a real threat as we do a AMERICA Guatemala Costa Rica 4 days $170 7 days $219 4 days Sl85 7 days $232 Guatemala Costa Rica 7 day s S225 El Salvador Costa Rica 7 days $239 El Salvador (iuatemala 7 days $229 Your on Campus Travel Agent AOTC 974-2001 ADM 102 lttttrs very real attempt to intimidate our organization by capitalizing on the existence of what is cer tainly a very real danger to those who wish to counteract the massive amounts of ZionistIsraeli propaganda in this country. To those of you who are in terested in learning the truth about the Middle East conflict, you are invited to hear Rabbi Elmer Berger, America's leading Jewish anti-Zionist spokesperson, speak Dec. 2 at 2:00 in UC 252. Americans for Justic in the Middle East STUDENT RUSH Sponsored by the Panhellenic Council "A RIOT. THE LAUGHTER HIT OF THE YEAR." ;. LONDON TIMES ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY! JULIA MEADE STARRING IN ..... McKAY AUDITORIUM (NEW $14,000 SOUND SYSTEM AT McKAY) $1/$7 /$6/$5GROUP & STUDENT DISCOUNTS, MAJOR CREDIT CARD) Tickets Students s2 and s3 OFF Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday A.M. s3, s4, s5 at University Center D@X I DEFERMENT, Attention: VA Students you are reminded that the due date for payment is November 29 for Quarter I fees. Since November 28 & 29 are Thanksgiving holidays, pay in person by 3:00 p.m., November 27 or have payment postmarked by November 29. Students who have not paid by November 29 will have their enrollment placed on pending and will incur a $25 late payment fee. Deferments are now available for Quarter 11. If you experience difficulty in receiving your VA payments for this quarter and you will be unable to pay by the deadline, contact the Offices of Veterans Affairs (CTR 166 -Tampa, SPB 152 St. Pete) prior to the deadline. ('. -. ,_' .. !; "I 1 '1' I\ ; r I


6-THE ORACLE Laurel and Hardy star as prisoners Due to Thanksgiving break, only Head Theatre will be showing films this weekend. The Laurel and Hardy comedy "Pardon Us" is scheduled for Friday and Saturday at midnight in LET 103. "Pardon Us," a spoof on prison films, casts Stan and Ollie as bootleggers who are arrested after trying to sell beer to a policeman The 1931 satire also stars James Finlayson, a veteran of Laurel and Hardy films and master of the double take. Head Theatre will also present cartoons and has scheduled the Head Theatre Follies, an impromptu talent show. Admission is free with ID. Head Theatre is spon sored by SGP. November 26, 1974 Bob and Ray discuss the toothbrush on the health series Feeling Good Healthy comes to TV "Mac's Place," a small variety store, is the location for the new PBS series "Feeling Good," presented Saturday nights at 9 on WUSF. Ch. 16. The series, aimed at teaching adults about health, is the nrst series for adult3 created by Children's Television Workshop. the pioneers of "Electric Company" and "Sesame Street." "Feeling Good" uses a variety magazine format of animation, song and dance, comedy and documentary to treat 11 health topics: The show's underlying philosophy is that people have more control over their health than they realize. Special guest stars who ap pear on "Feeling Good" include Bill Cosby, Helen Reddy, Howard Cosen, Pearl Bailey, B.B. King and Bob and Ray. This Saturday's show will feature skits on doctor-patient communication, preschool screening, heart disease and weight control. Production of the first season's programs of ''Feeling Good," along with research and ex tensive activity, is budgeted at $6.5 million, the bulk of which is being underwritten by Cor poration for Public Broadcasting, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Exxon Corporation and the Aetna Life and Casualty Co. EUROPE CHARTER Europe will never cost less Your on-campus Student Travel Superb dance program offered variety_ in style CAMPUS CYCLERY 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. Reviewed by ELLIE SOMMER Entertainment Editor The USF Dance Department must be congratulated. A brilliant program, displaying variety and uniqueness in dance styles was performed this weekend for two capacity audiences in the University Theatre. The individual performances were not bonded together by theme, but by the sheer magnificence of the artistry and talent involved in the choreography and performance. Covering literally every 'area from classical modern to showtime tap, the program was so diverse, it is impossible that anyone left unsatisfied. "Old Thrills" wa:s without a doubt the highlight of the concert. Choreographed by Sandra Neels, dance instructor, and student Sandy Wargo the medley of nostalgic show tunes featured a surprise performance by Helen Blair, Dance Department secretary. ''Soul Mirrors,'' chor-eographed by Neels was a classical modern dance unique in its expression of pure movement. William Hug, chairperson of the Dance Department created an unparalleled piece of choreography with "Abend." The circus-like movement was ac companied by live percussion Faculty musicians play free concert The Faculty Chamber Players present a program of contrasting textures {different combinations of voices and instruments in piece) tonight at 8:30 in a free concert in F AH 101. The performance will open with "Quintet in C Major" ("Trout") by Schubert, with soloist Jacques Abram on piano. Dr. Vance Jennings wil! solo on clarinet performing "Quintet in A Major for Clarinet" by Mozart. The final selection will be Samuel Barber's "Dover Beach," featuring baritone Jerald Reynolds as soloist. The piece was inspired by Matthew Arnold's poem by the same name, describing the. pre .. .. --. music and dramatic lighting. Translated from the German, abend means evening. Hug delivered a mood of dusk with shadows and mysteries Two classical ballet pieces "Barocciana" and the wedding scene from "Coopelia Pas de Deux" added a more serious' mood to the program. Choreographed by ,assistant professors of dance Richard Sias and Haydee Gutierrez respect fully, the performances showed achievement in some difficult areas of ballet. An outstanding quality found in Sandra Neels is her charismatic stage presence. Outshining many of the student performers with a smile, learned most probably from experience and confidence, her form was beyond reproach. Every movement was sure and precise. Similarly professional was Haydee Gutierrez. In "Barocciana," however, all the dancers managed the same stage presence, so necessary to a professional dancer. Many of the performers danced styles not usually associated with their particular discipline. This added greatly to the ingenuity of the program -it was extremely refreshing to see classical balletist Sias and modernist Chase Robinson "brushing up on their tap." Totally the dance concert was a success, both in terms of per formance and choreography. All the performers, amateur and professional offered the audience a fantastic program. BICYCLE SALES AND REPAIRS 5224 FOWLER 988-9316 %Mile East From USF entrance AOTC-974-2001 ADM 102 Not Just Sometime on Some Hits But ALL The Time on ALL the Hits TOP LP ALBUMS List SGR Discount Price 5.98 _____ 3.98 6.98 _____ 4.98 10.98 '7.98 And So On ... Tapes also Discounted The Stereo 4237 W. Kennedy (near Lois) Open Mon.-Fri. 9:30-9 Sat. 9:30-6 Round 4962 Busch Plaza (next to Proud Lion) Open Mon.-Fri. Noon til 9 Sat. 9:30-6 DOMINO'S November 4-Star Pizza Specials# Monday Fontana Hall La Mancha Dos


Photo by Dale Quarlin Arts and crafts tables lined Cedar Circle ... where students browsed, chatted and sometimes purchased items. Cooperation seen at festival Reviewed by ELLIE SOMMER Entertainment Editor Viewing the Festival of the Hill in retrospect, one finds an un derlying theme of cooperation. Compared to last year's festival, the program involved more of the USF community, said Fran Lala, UC program director Ninety-eight tables were reserved for arts and crafts displays. Eighty groups actually participated, Lala said The flea market only drew nine participants Winning the prize for the best displayed craft exhibit was the UC Craft shop Many students can share in the honor, since students themselves make up the Charity street dance set A Thanksgiving benefit dance is scheduled tonight at 8: 30 on Crescent Hill. Sponsored by SGP and coordinated through the Metropolitan Ministries, the dance was organized to collect staples for needy families in the area. Amanda Jones will play the street dance without charge. The group played at the Halloween dance and has appeared at Slappy Hours. The food collected a t the dance will go to the Catholic Student Center, where it will be separated into food basket s and distributed for Thanksgiving Head Food Gliff's Notes help you think for yourself in literature. They're written oy experts "" to guide you in understanding and appreciating con temporary and classic novels, plays and poems. Ecology ... we're working on it! During the past 14 years Cl ilf's Notes h as used over 2 400 .000 tons of paper using recycled pulp More than 200 titles available at: 9353 Flori land Mall Little Professor Book Center bulk of Craft shop activities and projects Lala said. Lala said the festival program ran smoothly without any delays. Rick Alter, UC program director, agreed that the Festival achieved its goals cold weather and all. Thursday was a better day for selling," Alter said, adding that next year's festival might be VERMONT January 22 5 days 4 nights $280.00 March 23 8 days 7 nights $310.00 Includes: t Apar t m ent Accomodations with fireplace Roundtrip Air Fare from Tampa Transfers Security Deposit Air Fares subject to Gov't approval Your On Campus Trave l Agent AOTC !17-1-2001 ADM 201 better if held during the week A lot of gocd music, theatre and other talent highlighted the two day cultural fair. It was an ex cellent display of cooperative effort for the USF community 1617 NEJW THE ORACLE -November 26, 1974 7 Photo by Dale Quartin The Jazz Lab Band ... performed on the Hill ---------------"" ------------------------------------


8 -THE 0 RAC LE Brahmans beat St. Leo sports November 26, 1974 Women cagers begin practice Initial workouts for USF's women's basketball team began last night with "about 25 or 30" showing up, according to coach Jane Cheatham. The turnout was not so large as expected, Cheatham said. She said the group will work on en durance, training and shooting accuracy. Another practice is slated tonight from 6:30 to 8:30 in the gymnasium. Workouts will also be next Monday through Wednesday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tryouts will begin in January. BY JEFF WHITTLE Oracle Sports Writer More than 400 people filled the USF gym as the Brahman basketball team Sunday made its first public appearance of the year at a combination clinic scrimmage. Coach Bill Gibson led his squad through some of its drills, ex plaining the procedure to interested onlookers. Much of the time was spent familiarizing the fans with the techniques and strategies that will be used by the Brahmans this season. GIBSON THEN gave the spectators a sneak preview of the Brahmans under fire. After four eight-minute simulated game situations, USF and St. Leo College squared off in a full 40-minute scrimmage, with the Brahmans coming out on top, 75-55. "It was good for us," Gibson said, "because I wanted to know what our players could do under pressure." Ed Davis and Ric Butner IM Council considers plar:i to classify sports by skill BY RINDY WEATHERLY Oracle Sports Editor A proposed program for intramural sports which would eliminate classification by sex was presented at a meeting of the Student In tramural Council yesterday. "This is a hypothetical program that according to the proposed (U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare) .guidelines would most probably meet the specifications of Title IX," Coordinator of Recreational Sports Andy Honker said. THE PLAN, submitted by Honker and Assistant Coordinators of Recreational Sports Jill Barr and Isaiah Trice, is "intended to eliminate ali discriminatory aspects of competition inherent .in the separate intramural programs." Intramurals would be divided into "Class A Sports" for those who prefer high level competitive activities, "Class B Sports" for "those who feel that they do not have a high level of skill or have not been exposed to high level competitive experiences" and "Co-Rec Sports." "I'M AGAINST this totally," Alison Brown, a student recreation assistant, said of the plan. "I think it will destroy women's in tramurals. ''It's hard enough just to get them to come out and play against other women,'' Brown said. "I would hate to see the women's program destroyed because of unequal skill." Honker said the proposal will be open to comment from the council, and some aspects of it may be reworded for clarity. He said he hoped to have the plan available some time next week for comment from other interested people. }'ou too cu11 e11joy the highest S.O.Q. Standard Of Quality with this Unbeatable Team For Dry Cleaning Draperies Guaranteed length Elen Hemlines Pleats absoluteh Yertical Pkl. t : p and Honw Delivt!n Call 2.16-5541 Location San1tone Crrtifir:rl MoslcrDry:lroocr Brighter, cleaner sparkling colors and whites. 13524 UNIVERSITY PLA?.A carried the offensive load for USF with 18 and 12 points respectively. Butner also grabbed eight rebounds, tying him with teammate Joe Reccord for game-high honors. "BUTNER AND Reccord have been our most consistent per formers throughout practice," Gibson said. "Ric is very aggressive," he added. The 6-foot-7 junior hauled down five offensive rebounds. Everyone on the 13-man USF squad saw plenty of action, and Gibson said he was happy about the way they worked together. "You had to be pleased with the teamwork," the Brahman mentor said, "they were really looking for each other.,, AFTER JUMPING out to an Need Longer Library Hours? Help yourself by helping us SG call ext. 2401 Paid for by the Folks from Student Government SGP early lead, the Brahmans slowed down, allowing the Monarchs to close the gap in the final minutes of the first half. "I attribute most of that to the clinic," Gibson explained, pointing out that USF had already been on the court two and one-half hours before the scrimmage started. "I thought when we started the scrimmage we looked very sharp. We just eased up a little bit," he said. "Once we get a team down, we need to keep them down." The Brahmans have only four practices left before Saturday's season opener with Florida Technological University. "WE TALKED about Florida Tech this morning

THE ORACLE -November 26, 1974 9 Garms, Willis win rallye The team of Steve Garms, driver, and Mike Willis navigator, from USF's Sports Car Club, took first place in "The Long Distance Runaround, an. automobile rallye held at USF Saturday. Driver Bill Harvey, vice president of the Council of Tampa Bay Autosports Clubs, and navigator Mickey Senkarik were second in the event. Novices Frank and Linda Morse finished third, just ahead of USF Club Pres. Danny Shields and Sec. Sharron Sciortino. The rallye was the last of the quarter for USF's club. Students, Faculty and Staff of U.S.F. !llQ SAVE $$ on TIRES Mounting & Balancing 5 O % available !: 0 t\ Mastercharge BankAmericard:: Discount : [8j !!!! Q ;n all tire KOO N'S TIRE mm= urchasesff 9545 N. FloridaCENTER 933-6571 An unidentifiecl Brahman dives for the ball in US F's 30-12 rugby victory over Naples. Photo by Dale Quartin register for our 6-Foot Hoagie Giveaway NOW OPEN! Ted's Hoagie Shop USF ruggers trounce Naples in final regular season contest "The newest and best Hoagies in Town!" Try ours and Compare Bread Baked Daily Here 11120 N. 30th St (across from Schlitz) 971-2254 After scoring two tries in the first five minutes, the USF Rugby Club coasted to a 30-12 victory over Naples Saturday. The win Four capture bowling honors Mike Jacobson who had high series among men in USF's Bowling League two weeks ago, last week topped the high game category with a 215. Bev Rundo's 183 was the best single game mark in the women's division. High series honors went to Fred Knowles with a 566 for the men, and Jackie Miller with a 477, for the women. gave USF a final season record of 5-3. Tom Springer led the Brah mans with two tries. Also tallying four-pointers were Peter Gibson, Ed Spriggs, Russ Rinaldi and Theron Murphy. Tom O'Donnell added three conversions to round out the scoring. "THEY ONLY showed up with 13 players," O Donnell said. "We had to lend them two men to play." After the initial offensive ex plosion, though, USF slacked off. "We just went flat after the beginning," O'Donnell said. "We used some new plays that we wanted to put in for the tour nament." The Brahmans are preparing for the Florida Cup Tournament OUR VERY SPECIAL MINI-BRACELET includes engraving The fastest way to her heart is with a mini-bracelet from our exclusive designs of fashion jewelry with either her initial or yours. The very latest. Gift wrapped if you wish. Bracelet and disc 1/20 12 kt. gold filled. Jacol)s Fine J ewele r s Since 1890 University Squ a r e Mall Tampa Also Jacksonville W es t Palm Beach Or lando Merritt Isl and Dayt o na Beach in Orlando Dec. 7 and 8. "THE CUP IS what everyone shoots for in rugby in the state," O'Donnell said. "It's very prestigious." Ten teams will compete for the coveted honor, and O'Donnell said he thinks USF has a good shot at it. "I think we have an excellent chance," he said "If we don't draw (the University of) Miami or FSU (Florida State Univer sity) in the first round we should be in the finals." And for the first time in a long time, the Brahman ruggers are playing at full strength. "Everyone is finally healthy again," O Donnell said happily. "Everyone's back." HONEYWELL PENTAX SPOTMATIC F handles_ like a professional! Revolutionary Super-Multi Coated Takumar lenses give the sharpest, truest color pic tures you can take. Wide-open through-the lens metering Locking shutter release; self-timer ASA range from 20 to 3200 Great Pentax "feel" and design Plus other exceptional features that make the Pentax Spotmatic F capable of outperforming most other cameras. Southern Photo & News 1515 No. Marion St. Tampa, Fla. 223-4329 *******************+******************************** : !Whippin Post I I Now P aying.... : Black Jack 26 Nov. Next Week.... : I Push Push 3 Dec. i Girls Free Tues., Wed. & Thur. : HAPPY HOUR Wed. & Sat. i 5 Draft Starts At 8:00 P.M. : 14727 N. Fla. Ave. : On Florida north of Fletcher 935-5414 : .:<; ..


10 -THE ORACLE November 26, 1974 Getting their kicks Black, brown, green and white belts from all the state participated in a Yoshukai Karate Association tournament here Saturday. (Above right) Don Morlock connects with a kick to the body in one of the black belt contests. (Right) Two more black belts trade punches. Photos by Gabe Puniska Iota 1 wins dorm championship Gary Ritter scored once and set up another touchdown to lead Iota 1 past Beta 3 West 18-13 yesterday for the intramural dormitory football championship. Beta drew first blood, when Bart Wellborn hit Donnie Cole with a 20-yard strike in the end zone Bill Fay added the pointafter to make it 7-0. Iota came right back, though, 'as quarterback Rick Ross launched a bomb that found its way to Ritter and paydirt. The missed extra point made it 7'.6. Not to be outdone, Wellborn returned the favor only minutes later. After driving from deep in Beta territory he hit Cole on the Iota 20, and the speedy flanker scampered in for the score Fay missed the conversion, leaving it 13-6 Beta at the half. Iota kicked off to open the second half, but got the ball right back as Ritter intercepted a Wellborn toss and ran it back to the Beta five-yard line. Ross rolled out and scored on the next play as Iota closed the gap to 13-12. After a missed field goal at tempt Ross used short passes and penalties to drive down to the Beta 20. From there he hit Mark Hawk for the winning tally. Needlepointers Our unusually charming needlepoint accessories for ladies who practice that very popular traditional art: A. Thimble with petit point band, $5 50. B. Magnifying glass on chain, $8.50. C. Box for thimbles, rings, pills, whatever, $8.00. D. Pin cushion, $6.50. E. Stork scissors, $10. F. Tape measure, $6.50. To Love Is to Give. Do Something Beautiful. Jacobs Fine Jewelers Since 1890 University Square Mall Tampa Also Jacksonville West Palm Beach Orlando Merritt Island Daytona Beach


THE ORACLE -November 26, 1974 11 Freeze on hiring could help pay bills: Mautz HY SANDRA WRIGHT Oracle Editor TALLAHASSEE A free z e on hiring any new personnel may help the State University System (SUS) generate enough money to pay its projected $3 million utility deficit, according to SUS Chancellor Robert Mautz. Although he said he would not tell the presidents of the nine univers iti es how to collect money to pay their utility bills, Mautz suggested several ways to cut expenses. Travel could be reduced, univ ersity memberships in organizations cur tailed and catalog s izes and frequency of publication reduced, Mautz said. A FREEZE ON hiring would allow universities to ''.pick up some salary money" to pay PSE to collect books Pi Sigma Epsilon (PSE) will collect textbooks for its quarterly book exchange Dec. 9 through i2 in UC 103. Students set the price for books they wish to sell PSE charges a 10 cent fee for each book and adds its own charge to buyers. tle said PSE recommends each student sell his or book for 60 per cent of its purchase price PSE sells 80 per cent of the books it takes in each quarter, Scott said. 1Clean slate'policy to be consldered The university policy which places incoming freshmen with low high school grade averages on automatic academic Warning may be rescinded. Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs William Scheuerle said yesterday he will soon begin studying a proposal by Dr. Max Dertke, director of the Division of University Studies, which would allow these academically low students to enter the University with a "clean slate "If we admit a student, we shouldn't put him on automatic academic Warning,'' Dertke said, Scheuerle said he will gather more information about the proposed change to determine if it is "valid" enough to submit to t he USF Council of Deans for consideration. Students on academic warning must attain a "C" average or better in their first two quarters of work or face final academic warning, Dertke said. Kimmel holds discussion Co-complainants of the class action suit challenging the legality of the non-contributory Teachers Retirement System will meet at 5 p m. today in the Kiva. Any other faculty members interested in the suit are also invited to attend. V Mi Back Yard A On The River V' o Offers S1udents, F!;'ulty & Staff "The Most Intoxicating Lunch You Have Ever Eaten!" "What is the Worth of Anything but for the Happiness 'Twill Bring .. BBQ Rib Dinner ..... ........ ....... $1.90 BBQ Chicken Dinner .... ........... $1.25 BBQ Roast Beef Sand ................ $1.65 BBQ Pork Sand ..... ............ .$1.90 Ham & Cheddar ................ .', ... $1.50 6 oz. Yard Burger .......... ... .. .. $1.50 6 oz. Cheddar Burger .......... ..... $1.50 112 Slab of Ribs ..... ........ ....... $3.00 All above served on special roll or rye with BBQ beans or Cole Slaw or Potato Salad and Kosher Pickle. Cpen lla.m.-la.m. Mon.-Sat "This Will Prove To Be The Best Tasting Lunch You Have Ever Had." utility bills which th e SUS is unable to pay because of rising c ost s and decreasing state income," Mautz said. USF Vice President for Ad ministration Ken Thompson said h e plans to meet with Pres. Cecil Mackey today or tomorrow to dis cuss the University' s projected $150,000 share of the utility deficit. But he indicated he does not favor a freeze on all hiring. "I really dislike discussing the alternative of decreasing our staff support," Thompson said However there is already a freeze on hiring new personnel in Academic Affairs, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs William Scheuerle said yester day No new employes may be hirecl and no v;:icant positions filled without special permission from Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs, Scheuerle said. SCHEUERLE ALSO said USF is considering publishing its catalog every two years. This would be difficult because it would be so out of date," he said Catalog costs will be reduced this year by issuing a two-volume publication, Scheuerle said. Volume one will contain in formation about USF and will be mailed away to prospective students while volume two will contain course information and a listing of faculty. USF students may obtain copies of both volumes, Scheuerie said.


12-THE ORACLE Oracle Photo by Mark Sherman Doggone the rules Although there is a campus regulation prohibiting dogs at USF, s9me people continue to bring their canine friends to the University. These animals enjoyed the November day at USF yesterday as they relaxed in the sun State high court upholds reassignment of Austin TALLAHASSEE (UPI) The Suprem e Court approved Gov. Reubin Askew s new assignm e nt yesterday of Special Prosecutor T. Edward Austin to continue in investigations of former Education Commissioner Floyd Christian, Treasurer Tom O'Malley and others in state government. Without comment, the court approved Askew's assignment of Austin from Jacksonville to Tallahassee effective now until March 20. Askew authorized Austin to launch new investigations, prosecute and file direct informations in the event in dictments against Christian, O 'Malley, former Stat. e Sen. George Holl ahan of Miami and Clearwater architect Walter Melody do not hold up. The 1st State Court of Appeals overturned the Christian in dictment s a rguing Austin was illegall y a ssigned to lead the Leon County Grand Jury. The Legislature in a one day special session last week, amended the law to make Austin s assignment legal,-and allow Askew to bring him back to Tallahassee. The Supreme Court has agreed to review the Appeals Court order, and until it rules criminal proceedings in the O Malley, Holl ahan and Melody cases as well a s the Christi a n indictments are in limbo. Askew said Aus tin "sha ll proceed forth with to the 2nd Judicial Circuit and have authority to investigate, receive testimony and evidence, o n a r egular Blood Pla sma Program ... a month prosecute and file informations for any pos s ibl e ciminal condu c t indicated in the grand jury's previous investigation of the indicted defendants." 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Since it's not up to her to determine the extent of others generosity, she should compile a list spanning the spectrwn of color composition and cost of these little things she has in mind The list should include sizes, stores and brand names. Then the list ought to be tact fully tacked to the most visible spot in the house and she should forget about it until Christmas morning THE WEEK (or maybe the day) before Christmas, when the family finally gets down to business, when they wonder what in the name of Mastercharge she could possibly want, the list will be right in front of them It will save them the trouble of liberated woman BY MARY McGRATH having to think about her for more than 15 minutes the embarrassment of making tactical errors in judgment, and the bother of .being at the mercy of those salesgirls who make a career of waiting on husbands Women who prefer to be sur prisE:d can put their minds at rest. 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Oracle photo by Mark Sherman Jreisat speaks Dr. Jamil Jreisat, associate professor of Political Science, yesterday addressed a group of interested staff, faculty and students in the UC. Jreisat is an expert in organizational politics. bullttin board TUESDAY Sigma Delta Chi The campus chapter of SDX i s meeting in LET 455 at 8 p m to discuss the happenings at the national con vention. All members and persons interested in journal ism are asked to attend. Senate Resident Affairs Committee This is the w eekly meeting of the com mittee at 4 p m in the SG office. All mem. bers and other interes t e d p e r s on s are i n vited. WEDNESDAY Amateur Radio Club A g eneral mee t i n g of the club will b e in S O C 3 0 3 A al 2 p m A n yo n e intere sted i n Amateur Rad i o o r the activities o f t h e club i s i nvit e d For m o r e inf ormatio n about the c lub and i t s activities call 985-1116. Farmworker Support Committee This r:neeting is fQr membe r s and any one inl e r es t e d i n the .boycott of Saga g r a p es It will meel at 7 :30 p m in U C 204. World Affairs C ounci l I n U C 158 ai 2 p .m. the r e is a g e ne ral m eeting for students inte rest ed i n in. t ernationalis m Member ship i s ope n to all s tudents. Anthropology Club The American Ant h ropological Asso c ia t i on s convention i n Mexico C ity wil l b e r eported on by student repr esentative, Susa n F erro. A n yo n e interested is as k ed t o a ttend. TH U RSDAY Baha'i Club Ever y Thurs day e v ening a l 8 :30 i n UC 158 there is a Fires ide concerning the Baha'i Faith. Ever yo n e is welcome t o com e and learn. Campus Crusade for Chris t A t 8 p.m. in UC 256, C ampus C rusad e for Christ h olds their weekly meeting. E veryone 971-4930 11156 N. 30th St. interested is invited to attend. FRIDAY Student Advisory Boarc! The College of Business Student Advisory Board meets every Fri. in BUS 219 al 2 p m Any on e interested is welcome to come. __ SUNDAY Unltarian Universities Unitarian Universalist Fellowship A disc u ssion of personal enlightment versus sound acti on titles "sa v e Ourse l v e s or Save the Worid? will b e this weeks lopic. Hare Krishna People Every Sunday at 3 p .m. the Hare Krishna People h a v e a Love F e a s t at 1204 E 142 Ave. Eve ryone is inyited to come. l>ENERAL Counse l ing C enter f o r Human Develop ment Courlseling Center for Human Development The Co unseling Center will be o p e n Thurs daynights fro m < to 9 p.m fo r !he remainder of this quarter. Exchange Program U S F -Main e U. exch ange prog r a m a t Farmington Maine. Education s tudents may pre r egister nOw until Dec. 1 2 i n EDU 309 t o r the second semest e r C oo p e r ative Educati on a n d Pl a c e m ent A Placem ent Orientation S ess i o n is held ever y Monday a t 2 p m in AOC 1 0 1 for students registering with t he Placement Office. There i s an orie ntation session ever y Wednesday at 2 p.m. i n AOC 101 fo r all students who a r e nterested i n the C o operative Educatio n Prog ram. All s t u dents are welcome to attend. A n O rien t a tion Sessio n for all Co o p s going o n a training ass ignm e n t Qtr. 2 will be on We d ., Dec. 4 a l 2 p.m. in UC. 2 5 2 This m eeting is mandato r y. Don't Wait 'Til It's T o o Lat e Make Your Special Orders For Christmas Today! THE ORACLE -November 26, 1974 13 Bargaining backing shown by many grad assistants BY MARY RUTH MYERS Oracle Staff Writer Gradua te Student Union FOB GENEHAL ASSIGNMENT HEPOHTEH-PllOTOGHAPllERS ('OM:\IE!\CI!\G .JA!\. 2. i!li5 SEMIWEEKLY NEWSPAPEHS IN CENTHAL FLOHIDA HAVE TWO OPENINGS FOH llAHI> WORKIMi INIHVIDlTALS WHO .\HE WILLIN(; TO START AT THE BOTTOM :\!\I> WOHK TO THE TOP WILL THAI!\. COMPANY RENEFITSOl':\HTERL\' HAISES. FOR FllHTHEH l!\FOW\JATIO!'\ t\!\iD INTEHVIEW CO!\T:\('T: MH .. J. ('ATES: OPP 0 HT l: !\IT Y


14-THEORACLE November 26, 1974 Cracle photo by Gabe Puniska Chemical stance What appears to be a maze for this USF student, framed by the blocks of the Chemistry Building, is simply the stairway partially hidden by the building. And she isn't befuddled by the structure, but is merely viewing the campus. Beasley promotio1' request okayed for reconsideration A College of Education Departmental Review Committee yesterday voted to reconvene to reconsider the promotion request of Dr. Bob Beasley, assistant professor of Education. The Academic Relations Committee (ARC) recommended Oct. 24 the case be reconvened saying "the committee apparently has ignored the Om nibus Education Act, Section 2411-731 Florida Statutes, providing that 'no de nial of promotions, salary adjustments, re-employment, or tenure be solely for failure to do research, publish or perform other scholarly activities.' However,. the Committee, representing the Curriculum and Instruction Department, voted to follow the same procedures and criteria in reconsideration of the case Committee Chairperson Ed Uprichard said it was up to a court and not the committee to decide if the legal restriction, contained in the title but not the body of the Omnibus Education Act, had the force of law ARC chairperson Ed Hirshberg said he has consulted informally with four lawyers who indicated the spirit of the law is contained in both the title and the body of the law But Dr. Carl Riggs, vice president for Academic Affairs, has consistently held the title does not have the force of law. Uprichard said the Committee would also look into Beasley's claim that criteria for promotion were unfairly applied in his case. Superior business grads to be honored Outstanding College of Business Administration students graduating at the end of Qtr. 1 will be honored at an awards ceremony on Senior Recognition Day, Dec. 4 USF Pres. Cecil Mackey and Vice President for Academic Affairs Carl Riggs will be on hand to congratulate the students The ceremony will be at 2 p.m. in the Business Auditorium. Two Dean's awards; one for service and one for academic excellence, and two from the professional business fraternities will be presented. Fr.aternity Barbershop (Sebring Certified) (Unisex Shop) SHAGS STYLING LAYER CUTS RAZOR CUTS PH 971-3633 Appointments_ Available Hours daily 9-6 thurs. & fri. 9-7 13520 UNIVERSITY PLAZA Student Senate to begin impeachment proceeding SG Secretary for Minority Affairs Bennie Herring will go before the Student Senate tonight to answer impeachment charges, SG Vice President Wayne Wechsler said. Herring is the first executive branch member in Richard Merrick's three-quarter-old administration to have im peachment proceedings started against him. Senator Jim Sabo moved at last week's Senate meeting to im peach Herring but the motion was tabled until Sabo could gather evidence to support his charges of malfeasance against Herring IF THE SENATE votes impeachment, Herring will go before the Student Court of Review which will decide whether or not to remove him from office, Sabo said Herring was investigated by the Senate last quarter, but made an agreement with Sabo to create standing office hours and to in the visibility of his office. He has not met those agreements adequately, ac-Women's Counseling Program u.c. 159 .. 974-2654 Dave Heinz Imports Sales Service Parts 238-8485i 1101 E. Hillsborough Ave. cording to Sabo. HERHING WAS unavailable for comment yesterday. There hasn t been anyone in the office regularly all quarter," Sabo said "He has only been in and out occasionally." However, SG Pres. Richard Merrick, who hired Herring last year, said he isn't guilty of "any gross misconduct," but rather has had a problem defining his priorities Tired of Rip-Off Landlords? Help Start a USF Tenants Union. Call Doug at SG at 2401. Paid for by th e Folks from Student Government SGP. .. .. ;: .. .. .. :;:tt?. ... :. .: ::a.: Bl th w d owing 1n e 1n Tuesday Nile JAZZ PARTY Dixieland Blues Jam w w Draft Beer 1/2 Priced w 8 :30 9 :30 p.m. w Call 949-5597 Mi Back Yard t d J 90 h : ; 1 mtereste m am, 6 2 N. 40t St. w or See Bobby 3 miles at Mi Back Yard south of Busch .. .. :;: .. !i'! .. .. :;: .. ?. DUDDY'S FOR TIRES HEADQUARTERS FOR RADIAL TIRES WITH A NAME LIKE DU ODY'S YOU'VE GOT TO BE DIFFERENT THAT DIFFERENCE IS DOLLARS ANO CENTS TO YOU THE ONLY THING WE DON'T DISCOUNT IS QUALITY COURTESY SERVICE :11 BANKAMERICARD w:i,:H,,:,w 4 FULL PLY NYLON l\fina SIZE s199s FET SPORT CAR TIRE SARATOGA-. WHITEWALL C-78-13 1.95 SIZE ALL SIZES E-78-14 2.22 s2ox10 s .1595 PLUS 2.37 s2ox12 G-78-14 F.E.T. 2 .5..'i 550xl2 -------------t 600xl2 G-78-14 2 .53 s2ox13 H-78-14 2.75 56ox13 J-78-14 s219s 2 .89 600xl3 F-78-15 2.42 G-78-15 2.60 6sox13 H-78-15 PLUS 2.80 560xt4 J-78-15 F.E.T. 3.01 560xl5 L-78-15 (pOlyester,$1 morel 3 .13 P.LUS F.E.T. 4 FULL PLY WHITEWALL TUBELESS Only FET 116 1.35 l36 1.45 1.46 145 1.61 145 1.61 182 153 1.74 Mag Wheels Smooth Center Chrome $21.64 WIRE-DISH-STEEL SLOTS size 14x6 7500 E. Fowler Ave 988-4144


SERVICES OFFERED GRE PREPARATION COURSE near USF. Score 1 ,000 or your money back. 18 hrs. S35; course repeatable free. Over 800 have taken our cotrse in South Florida in the last 3 years. For info call 305854-7466. 10 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29, 31. FAST, accurate typing-professional results-48 hr. service. LIZ 879-7222 Ext. 238 (day> 988-3435 (eves) rn. 2 3 ,8, 10,15,17,22;24,29,31,11 5,7' 12, 14, 19,21, 26, 12 3,5: "TYPING," neat anci accurate. IBM Selectric, Greek symbols. Close to USF. Please call 626-0321 MEDICAL College Admission Test (MEDCAT) Dental Admission Test (DAT) Complete revi ew course. Extensive preparation taught by specialists. Medcat. Dal Prep. Sheldon N. Rose, Tampa 985 3518, Miami 1-305-624-0163 11, 26, 12.3, 5 CANCE RENTALS Day.Week Ph. 935-0018 12 6 EXTRAORDINARY Typist-6 plus years Of Quality Work-I BM Selectric,. Type changes, carbon ribbon, pica. Gloria 884 3909 1 ;7 MANURE COMPOSTED manure delivered by the ton. S25. 00. Also tree sugery and carpentry. 977. 5700. 12 ;3 I FOR RENT ) 2 B Trailer, Ph bath, private lot, $100 a month, 986-3619 11 ;23 IN THE STICKS BIKING DISTANCE 2 BR, w-w carpet, central heat, and air, Drapes. Furn. $185 unfurn$160. Pets welcome. Phone 988-6393. t f. TWC WEEKS FREE RENT NE Sect., 2 BR, 1 B WW Carpet. CH.A, 5 min. from USF. S155 Mo 9355243. 11 ;27 FOR RENT-Furn., one bedroom, near USF Short term lease. No pets pleas e Call 977-164 4 alter 5 p .m. and weekends, 12709 N 19th St 12;6 RENT in a La Mancha Dos townhouse is only S72.00 to S90.00 p e r month. 1 block from campus off Fletcher on 42nd St. 911.0100 1 bedroom studios are now available at La Mancha Dos. Completely furnished, wall. to .wall shag. S165-month. 1 block from USF off Fletcher on 42ild St. 971.0100. TF. DUPLEX: 2 Bed. Unfurnished, Central A-H w.w carpeting, drapes. USF Area. 988 -7969 (Eve .) 12 4 CNE 2-BR duplex, available now. A-C, drapes, stove, refrigerator, fenced patio $145. Student neighbors. 870-1142 evenings, day 876-2431 Ext. 35. Mr. Coates. 11-21,22,26 QUIET COUNTRY SETTING Two blocks from Temple Terrace. B icycle lo U.S F and V A. Hospital. Two Bedrooms, wall-to. wall carpet, central heal & air, drapes, dishwasher, garbage disposal, panelled throughout. Brand new. $170 unfurnished. Call988or985-1271. t.f. 2 BR DUPLEX, furnished, carport, private pati o yard, pets 112 mile from campus. $155 per month. 13112 N 23rd St. Call 971 9631or971-2292 11 ;26 SUBLET new uni urn one bedroom AC w w shag dishwas h e r S150 mo. Pool. Near USF 971.3159 Start Dec. 1 11 ;26 FOR RENT: One room cottage Fowler Ave. near University S Call Mrs Shane 877. 12;3 [ MOBILE HOMES l LARGE WOODED lot 5 min. from"camp"s in small student ori ented setting. Safe Ar ea. Fishing or studying dock, garde n tracts. Call Bob 988 4085. 12 ;6 NEW two bedroom Mobile Home, com pletely_ furnished AC-Heat, $155, Five minutes away. 2 2 3 7175, 231.1193 Children OK. 11 ;26 APTS. & HOUSES TO SHARE J HCUSE on Lake, male or female. Grad. student or advanced undergrad. Own bedroom. $80-mo Call Steve 933-4329 or 974-2099. 12;4 I TV, RADIO, STEREO BRAND new cal culator. 4 0 functions.. Trig ., l ogs, m emory, and m o r e. 5130. Call Eric a t 9886 3 15. 11;17 FOR SALE: Two small 5 peaker.h \ PiotfCi'.!1-Tuntfll :;; THE ORACLE -November 26, 1974 15 ( classified ads J r AUTOMOTIVE ) r HELP WANTED J r PERSONAL J 64VW Blown Engine S190 Phone 988-8953 9 p m 11 p.m. 11 ;27 PINTO 2000cc 4-sp fast, Crawler, Holly, Vertex, Olly, Heders, Ballanced, Clearances set, S&W, Sun Tach, and more. Make offer call Tim Theta 119, 974-6346 6477. 11-26 TR250 -Wire wheels, Brand new tires, paint, top and carpets. Runs perlect. $1600 or best offer. Phone 949-2777. 11 ;27 FCR SALE '70 MG Midget, 42,000 miles. I Rebuilt engine, new tiresr top, brakes, very recent lune-up and more. Excellent running condition. $1,250. 971-9365 11, 11 MOTORCYCLES &SCOOTERS HONDA 950 CB-1971 Call 839-2031 after live. $600.00. 11 ;26 Oracle classifieds work. Call 974-2620 to place your ad today! TODD New Policy-Family Entertainment! All Seats S 2 .00 Al All Times DOUBLE FEATURE JuggernautPG with Charleton Heston and Omar Sharif Soylent Green PG with Charleton Heston and Leigh Taylor-Young MIDNITE SHOW FRI. & SAT TEMPORARY HELP Agency seeks students for exciting parttime work. High pay, hours flexible. Call now for info-935 1114. 12; 6 CONTRACT! NG COMPANY needs two persons C male or female) for phone and brochure solicitation. Approximately 15 hrs week. $2.50 hour plus commission. Call alter 8 p.m. 971-8138 12 SENATE Seat opening in the College of Natural Science District I. Please apply in S.G.156. 11;27 PIPES, Papers, e!c. HELLC -This is the voice"' (Well its your voice reading this ad) anyway, the WILDWCCD FLOWER has gotten its act together CUR NEW HCURS ARE Monday.sat. 10-8:00 Sunday 12-7pm We are your headquarters for fine head toys. 11 ;27 SENATE SEAT OPENING College of Business. Apply Monday-Friday, 9 5, in UC 156-SG Office. 11 ;26 I FOR SALE J ( LOST & FOUND J MEDUSA Imports and Infinity Distributor s have combined to bring you more quality Hand Embroidered clothes from South .. .______________ America. No two shirts, blouses, or jackets LOST-dog, Short.haired, female, medium height, looks like a brown Lab; Please call 971-2194 or leave her near 12710 20th St 11 ;26 are embroidered the same, making them the perfect Holiday Gift. Come by the corner of Fletcher and 30th Tuesday & Wed. or call 971-0090. 11 ;27 CHOPPERS L .. .Aguilar's Cycle Ph. 986-1400 Sales We specialize Also, in choppers used Ha rleys & Parts and other motorcycles Authorized dealer on Steen and Tri Sport 1 mile West of 301 on Fowler Ave. 110ur good and one of Florida's largest dealers ,------";""-----. I Students 103 off I I I I on all accessories I fast service is our way of saying thanks. I I I with this ad I L------------..J Motorcycles-authorized auto dealer 14701 Nebraska Ave. 971-8171 NOW OPEN 113th Avenue N. and 30th St. SHERWOOD'S elnn PANCAKE HOUSE Convenient to USF for breakfast, lunch, dinner. Doors open 6 a.m. daily! : \ \. .. 'r '':"! .. ':-,wt.'?':=) 1 .:n ,,_ -'*'.: .: '<. :<.: : ( MUSICAL ) LIKE NEW 5 piece Crange Ludwig Drums. 4 Zilligin Cymbals. Will consider best offer. 247-3221, 243-6213 12 ; 4 FENDER Rhodes Electric Stage Piano Fender Twin Reverb Amp-both like new. Honda 305 Scrambler-rebuilt engine. Phone 251 12;5 LUTZ PAINT & BOc;>Y SHOP The place to have your car repaired correctly. 907 129th Ave. Phone 971-1115 Now accepting applications from neat, well-groomed individuals. Positions available: hostesses, waiters, waitresses, cooks, :1ssers and dishwashers. STEAK 204 N. Westshore Blvd. Tampa Equal Opportunity Employer a s Ji 3. .._


November 26, 1974 Cracle photo by Gabe Puniska Study time As time for finals draws students find they must devote more time to their scholarly activities Here, Kaye Jordan, 4 COM, surveys a book for one of her classes. Dickinson---Continued from page I The Tampa indictment listed Winter Park banker E.G. Banks and Dickinson's forJUer West Palm Beach law partner, Frederick C Prior, as unindlcted co-conspirators. The 52-year-old Dickinson, once Florida's most potent votegetter, will leave office in January. He was defeated in the Oct. 1 democratic runoff primary by Miamian Gerald Lewis, who charged repeatedly that Dickinson took the 5th Amend ment when he appeared before the federal panel at Tainpa. Dickinson refused to deny or confirm the charge, but blamed his election defeat on the grand jury probe The Tampa panel specifically charged Dickinson with violating the Hobbs Act by interfering with commerce by threat or violence, and with "lmowingly accepting a loan or gratuity in the amount of $26,000 from Tom Dolan, an officer and director of the Merritt Island Bank The Tampa federal grand jury charged that Dickinson, Banks and Prior "sought to obstruct, to delay, to impede and to thwart the establishment of the Palm Beach Mall Bank of West Palm Beach, the First State Bank of Winter Garden, and the American Security Bank of Martin County a t Stuart by withholding and attempting to withhold and otherw i se affect under color of Dickinson' s authority as banking commissioner the approval and issuance of a bank charter. Dickinson won't resign; expects to finish term TALLAH ASSEE (UPI l Indicted St a te Comptroll e r Fred 0.


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