xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8 standalone no
record xmlns http:www.loc.govMARC21slim xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.loc.govstandardsmarcxmlschemaMARC21slim.xsd
leader 00000nas 2200000Ka 4500
controlfield tag 008 000000k19601966flu|||| o 000 0eng
datafield ind1 8 ind2 024
subfield code a T39-19610313
2 USFLDC DOI
0 4 245
The Tampa times.
p USF Campus edition.
n Vol. 69, no. 30 (March 13, 1961).
1 3 246
The Tampa times.
University of South Florida campus edition
Tampa, Florida :
b [Tribune Publishing Company]
March 13, 1961
University of South Florida
Hillsborough County (Fla.)
University of South Florida.
t Tampa Times, USF Campus Edition
Oracle (Tampa, Florida)
w (OCoLC) 8750603
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8 standalone no
mods:mods xmlns:mods http:www.loc.govmodsv3 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.loc.govmodsv3mods-3-1.xsd
mods:relatedItem type host
mods:identifier issn 0000-0000mods:part
mods:detail volume mods:number 69issue 30series Year mods:caption 19611961Month March3Day 1313mods:originInfo mods:dateIssued iso8601 1961-03-13
I I f Toonder Tonight Partly cloudy and warm through T u e s d a y with JShowers likely tonight or Tuesday. W i n d' s 15-25 m .p.h. High today 84 . Low tonight 66. THE TAMPA TIMES SIXTY-NINTH YEAR-No. 30 By CAROL MARTIN Ann Overstreet, Mara Lynn UM "Band o f the .Hour " will University of South Florida-Pero, Steven M. Perunko, Edna begin a free concert series Dr. John S . Allen, president K. Presstman, Mrs. Ann C . starting Thursday. A poll is in of the Univ:ersity of South Ring , Shira 0 . Rose, Michael process now to select the Home-Florida, is recogG . Scussel, April K. Shaar, Jo-coming Dance Band. nizing 55 full-anna K. Sigfred, Patricia Ann St. Pete Junior College-The time s t u d en t s Smith, Mrs. Doris S. Souders, original film classic, "Birth of a who made a 3 . 5 Ralph S . Ti.ndell, Mrs. Juanita Nation" , was recently show n grade average or H. Warner, Juanita Waters, here to students and t h e gen-better for the Karen S. Webb , Ellen C. West, eral public. The silent film was university' s first Michael E. Wheeler, Harold accompanied b y a musical honors. Wickersham, Jeffrey C. Wright, soundtrack. T h e students Priscilla C. Zeller. Florida State University -will be honored Zephyrhills: Mrs. Bernice C. George Watterson is the first at a coffee hour Rooks. FSU student ever t o receive t h e at 10 a.111. Gordon Keller-Representa-Peninsular Insurance Founda-morrow in the tives of the freshman class are tion Honor Scholarshi p . University Cen,,, planning a tea for St. Patrick's Palm Beach Junior College-ter by Pres. Allen. Carol Day. Guest s will include the New robes have been ordere d The 55, in alphabetical order faculty, the head nurse s, and for the PBJC Coll ege S i n gers. and by their home communities, the team leaders associated They performed a concert last include: with the freshman cl ass. night at St. Andrews E p iscopal Clearwater: Paul A . MeissUniversity of T.ampa -The Church i n Lake Wo rth. TAMPA, FL O RI DA, MONDAY , MARCH 13, 1961 ymp ony raws Concert Marks Debut For Auditorium, Too Der , Jr. university' s music department University of Florida-Four Dover: James L. Harrison. and the University Broadcasting s cholars from the UF will ap-The University of South F lorI a feeling for unusual in Drama Professor John Cald Lakeland: Reginald D. HardService p resented a salon con-pear on Colle g e Bowl , a TV quiz ida experien c e d a d o ub l e f irst an amateur group. They played well said that efficient use of wick and Caro,lyn M. Wade. cert featuring Myron Kartman, program, where the y will com-l ast T uesday nigh t when the Bi zet's "L'Arlesienn e Suite"; aprons and side bal conies will University O f South Florida Campus Edition PRICE FIVE CENTS -row Land O'Lakes : Mrs. Rose S. violinist, and pianist Mary pete for an initial prize of a first co ncert o f the University-Bach's Brandenburg Concerto enable the universi t y to stage English. Mailman in the ballroom yesschol arship. Comm u n ity Orchestra w a s p r e No . 4, wit h Robin Hoerer and productions at a mini m u m cos t. I Lutz: Ernest A. Brady. terday. Univei:sity of Tampa-A stu-sented as the f irst event in the Kay Blake as flute soloists; Building Is Ve rsatile New Port Richey: Lola Jean University of Florida-Spring dent r ecital will be h eld in the new T e a chi n g Auditor i um-Gluck's "Iphigenia in Auslis" W k ff t 11 t f' b 11 t 4 Th d T h Dr. Alvah Beecher, director of y o . s em e s e r enro men 1gures a. room a . p.m ., . a y . eater. overture; and Haydn' s London the Fine Arts Division , said t he Plant City; Sharon R. Max567 m ore .t;eg-Fnda1 the fll,rp. The Sy mphony Orchestra, un-Symphony i n D Major. building' c 0 s t approximately well, Bernadette 0 . Trottier and 1stered than f?r this same time Men m a Boa t will b.e m der t h e direction of Prof. EdF ill e d t o C apacity Mrs. Clara V. Wansley. last year. Highest enrollment the courthous e aud1 t o num a t ward Preodor was organ ized for Th d't . h' h .11 of t h e building Tampa: Joseph E . Ahnell, was in the University College , 8 :30. t h e first time ' i n the fall of 196 0 e au I onum, w IC WI William P. Alford, William R. with the College of Education Gordon Keller-Saturday a p -It seat 599 , was filled t o capaci t y. was demonstrated last week i s comp ose d of 33 m u sicia n s Th d ' th t ' h th h al t k Blalock Jr., Robert R. Borrell, second . plicants for the Septembe r 19 6 1 e au 1 ence was en usJas JC w en ree re ears s oo M B b H C b II M 1 I S te U l ih. k h with D r . Armin Watkins as con-about every number place a t the same t ime. rs. ar ara . amp e , rs. For da ta n vers â€¢;, clas s came to GK t o ta e t eir certmaster . The orchestra is Margaret C. Corrales, Richard Plans are underway for the an-National L eague o f Nursing e x . . As were most of the buildings The orchestra r ehearsed on A. Davis , Mrs. Lottie W . Eggles-nual Family Weelrend , sched-aminations. The next tests will co m pnsed of students on the campus, the new audit he s tage, the universit y b and ton, John H . Gruetzmacher, uled for May 5-7 . The event be held on May 6 . f r om u mversJty a n d the su.t; torium was designed to serve in the basement, and the drama Melody Lee Hardesty, Herber t is designed to help parents of St. Pete Junior College-The roundm g are_a. But, approxJ -sevetal functions during the c lub rehearsed in the large W. Hibbitts, Merle A . Holland , FSU students become better ac-Reef o f Clearwate r provided on.e-thJrd of t hose adults school ' s construction program. foyer. The foyer will be used Eugffie H . Hyde, Frederick G . quainted with the university. the background for the recent participating are of The hall has a television con-as a picture gallery. Jenkins, Virginia I. Johns, Jacksonville University Dr. Valhalla Dance, sponsored b y .10 such trol boo t h enablying t h e uni-The Teaching Auditorium Gladys L . Kiger, James P. Frances B . Kinne has been X i Delta Rho. as V IOhn mak-versity to make use of closed Theater will open formally Klapps, William E. Klay, Carole named the new dean of the Col-Jacksonville University -A m g, e n g meenng, and school circuit televi s i on to increase the April 21, with a production of Ann Leininger, Charles S. lege of Music and Fine Arts. program leading to a bachelor teaching. number of students who can "Valpone " by the Cleveland Lucas, Nancy MacGillivray and She is believed to be the only of sci e n c e d egree i n medical President Introduces Program view a program. Play House. Roy Nelms. woman academic dean in a lib-technology has bee n established D r. John Allen, USF presi1 0 I 1 11 th s th t th t Th dent, i ntro d uced the p r ogram. A so , Thomas A . 'Kel ey, era arts co ege m e ou . a e umversl y . e course H e e mphasize d the fact t hat the O N E TITLE? Mrs. Eve lyn L . O'Neal, Ros e University of Miami -The will be offered n ext fall. new audit o r i u m will be used -------WORTH $5,000 Work-Study Talk Cites Advantages primarily for educational pur-F I M b poses. acu ty em ers The guest artist for the evening was Robert Gower, pianist. Gower, a freshman at the uni-k versi ty, played the Haydn's ConD I.SCU SS IRan J certo i n D. His performance was very well r eceived by the audie nce. The orc hestra performed with What s a y we drive o u t to that new recreational area on the ban ks of t h e Hillsborough River and sit in the back seat? FOUR ESTABLISHED Student Unions Get Under Way More USF News On Page 2 TEACHING AUDITORIUMTHEATER OPE N S WITH F IR ST N IGH T P E R FORMANCE BY UNIVER SI TY -COMMUNI T Y SYMP HONY A capacity crowd jammed the Teaching Auditor and Mrs. Allen congratulate Prof. Edward Preod o r , ni g h t and e nthu s ia stically ap p lau ded e a c h number of distance, two enthusi a stic members of the audience fum-Theater last Tuesday evening for a double first, director , on the orchestra ' s succe ssf ul op e n i n g ni g h t t h e p erfo r man c e . Fo llo w in g t h e p erform a n c e a rece p b ei n g 1\-lr. and M r s. H erbert H . Lewis from El Paso, the first event in the new building on the USF campus performance. In the center photo Prof e ssor Preo d o r t i o n i n t he foye r h onore d P rofessor P reo d or and ot her Tex . The Teach i ng AuditoriumTheater w ill now and the first appearance of the University-Community leads the 33 musicians in one of the i r numb e rs. T h e membe r s of t h e sympho n y. The atte ntative c r owd house all major events on campus as well as be the Symphony Orchestra. In the photo at the left Dr. photo at the right shows part of the fu ll h o u se o f w as m ade up o f students and fac u lty, res i dents of the home for many of the l arger lecture sec t ions sched John S. Allen, University of South Florida president, approximately 600 pers ons who atte nded t he opening T a m p a Bay atea, an d a n um ber fro m a much greater uled in the future . 1
2 THE TAMPA lllonday, Much 13, 1961 INTRAMURALS r Four Tournaments I . To . Be Held Soon The Spring Intramural SoftAn All-Campus Golf Tourna-ball League, sponsored by the ment, sponsored by the intra physical education staff, will be-mural staff, will be held during gin play Wednesday, March 22, the last week of March . Richard D. Hunter, coordinator, Matches will be played at announced this week. Temple Tert ace Golf Club. The League is expected to Sign-up sheets for tennis and run until the end of May, with golf are available at the infer games being played weekly on mation desk of the University Wednesdays at 4:15 p .m. Center and the P.E . offices. Players are urged to form .The All-Camp_us track meet teams from registration groups wlll be held April 3 . or independently. Any team All of these events are open wishing to practice this week, to both men and women. stu prior to league play, contact dents and faculty members. Hunter in the P.E. office. p â€¢ } Games are scheduled to be I'O essiona played on the intramural foot-ball field east of the Adminis tration Building. Faculty Softball Team Faculty members are organiz ing a team to enter the league hoping to show the youngsters how to play. USF's first student and facul ty tennis tourney scheduled to run 5 days, has been planned by the intramural staff for March 27-31. yComing To USF Soon "Assignment in Judea" will be the first professional play to be held in the University of South Florida ' s new Teaching Auditorium-Theater . A profes sional company will give per formances on March 20 , at 3 : 15 p.m. and at 8:30 p .m. Hunter said upon announce ment that there is a possibility of playing the tourney on the University's own courts, if they are finished on schedule. Other wise the facilities at Chamber lain High School will be used. There will be an admission charge of $2 but students and USF CAMPUS ALONG THE HILLSBOROUGH RIVER staff at the University will be Four USF students discuss their sp.t:ing semester unknowing students the Hillsborough River was named Prizes, Exclusive Club The finals of the singles tour nament will probably be held at Davis Island Tennis Club. Prizes will be awarded to the finalists and some of the top players will be selected to form a tennis club which will consist only of the better players . Two other tourneys are sched uled for this semester, one in April and the other in May. The day's activities will begin at 4 p.m. on the announced dates. SPRING FEVER STEAK SPESHIL $6,000 incloodes â€¢ p â€¢ p p ill, â€¢ ChateauBriand for 2 and a Thunderberd headed for the open rode, Without the T â€¢ Berd U.S. prime â€¢.â€¢â€¢ $7.50 CocktaiZ. Ser11ed All Major CrediJ Card. Honored admitted for $1. Tickets study load on the bank of the Hillsborough River for the Earl of Hillsborough, a British official during be obtained at the cashier' which borders the USF campus on the northeast. In England's reign in this area. Blockade runners also the the area the University plans to develop a stuoperated from the lower reaches of the river during The two starring positions +--------ar_ e _ a _ s _ o _ n _ Ie _ t _ im _ e _ i _ n _ t _ h _ e _ f _ u _ t _ur_ e. _ F _ o _ r _,...-t_h_e_W_a_ r _ B _ e _ tw _e_e_n_t_h_e_S_ t _ a_t_es_. __________ _ and Louise Allbritton. Dowling will play Judas in the play and Louise Allbritton will play the feminine lead, which portrays the betrayal of the Christ. Dowling is a well known author, producer and actor. His productions have won four New York Drama Critic s Circle Awards , and one Pulitzer Prize. Louise Allbritton is known for her acting in both the theater and in motion pictures. She played on Broadway in "The Seven Year Itch" and "Third Person." She has just USF Sports by John Gullett returned from three years in Immediate Start Recommended England where she played in h t ' t ' t th f t 11 "A Touch of The sun" by N. c. Furt er mves 1ga 10n m o . e Issue o m erco eglThe Tampa Times University of South Florida Campus Edition urs a day â€¢.â€¢ those orange flags on our service trucks fly day and night .â€¢â€¢ symbols of the 100% service that's been our policy for over 65 years! .. J ENJOY "MATCHLESS" PERFORMANCE! k Automatic lighters add the final touch to the j} admitted speed and economy of natural gas '>il lt app liance s. long life, long guarantees and easy terms are other reasons why natural gas is .â€¢â€¢ "just naturally best!" , 'If tiERE'S THE SCORE: Inspection and check-up calls are free ... if parts or repair s are needed charges are alJsolute minimum. We trust you . . no C.O.D ...â€¢ you pay on your bill. And we compl ete sa t isfacti on. Why not call your Peoples office ... end your service problems once and for all! "" 1:: Peopies SINCE 215 TAMPA ST. PHONE' 2 ' â€¢ TAMPA committ ee's help. "Th e activity ICES .EFFECTIVE THROUGH WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15th has to be done by Hertz. we will NORTH MIAMI â€¢ MIAMI BEACH â€¢ FORT LAUD,RDALE â€¢ f' â€¢ â€¢ r \ \ r I