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Hot in Cuba Fair and cool today and tonight. Tuesday fair and w a r m e r. Winds 12-23 m.p.h., diminishing to night. High today 70. Low tonight 50. THE TAMPA TIMES University Of South Florida Campus Edition SIXTY-NINTH YEAR-No. 60 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1961 PRICE FfVE CENTS heater Off. cially Opens CAMPUS ROUNDUP Free Hour Shift Coming By CAROL MARTIN "Ladies in Retirement," a murprieve ," lead fiction article in University of South Florida-der mystery, has been chosen the April 1 edition of the Satur A free hour schedule change as the next Vagabond produc-day Evenin g Post is by Stetson has been proposed by the ad-tion set for April 26-29. graduate Benton Rain Patterson With n Friday to University of Tampa _ In who received his A.B. in 1950. go Into effect conjunction with Pan-American Florida State University ....J next year. The. Week, the university conducted Under a grant of the National change was activities centeTed about the Science Foundation, an honors to make 1t theme, "The Spirit of the program will be begun in the easier for stuAmericas." fall for junior and senior sturefem-St. Pete Junior C(}Jiege--The dents. in JJ?athematics at FSU. e r e r e e St. Petersburg Jewish ChauUmvers1ty of Tampa -The ARE THE WHlP Here is a scene from "Valpone," Ben Johnson's classic satire, which formally opens the teaching auditorium-theater Friday, April Students, faculty and may attend matinee perfo1mances for $1, night and general admission prices are $2. YOU ARE INVITED Foundation Begins Membership Drive Little Man on Campus '(.I Weimer To Talk On Careers In Journalism USF Debate Squad Defeats Ole• Miss The USF debate squad, at a recent debate meet in Miami, did an outstanding job of de feating such schools a s the Uni versity of Mississippi and Mer cer College. The squa d competed against numerous varsily debate squads made up of mostly juniors and seniors, from colleges in the southeastern United States. The team consisting of Ber nard Zaidman, Marcela Torress, Bob Bickel, and John Kondelik; was accompanied by their spon sor, Dr. George Beauchamp, and his wife. Faculty. Students Invited to Lecture and to at-tauqua Society has presented first social ev_ent in. history e d e 1V edn t the college library with a group of the Evemng DIVISIOn was tshc e t' u e a of books valued at more than held April 14 at the NCO Club ose 1mes. $100. at MacDill AFB. The semi-T h e proposed f o r m a 1 dinn r d a ce 1Doctor Faustus1 schedule is as folUniversity of FloridaFlor. e -n was Follows Saturday 1 . M d t Carol ida Universities Need Dollars officers of .the Eveows . on ay a mng DIVISiOn 10 a . m. Tuesday at 11 a.m . (FUND) is the cry aimed at the St Pete Ju . C 11 ' ' t t 1 1 t th t"' mor o ege Wednesday at 1 p.m., Thursday 5 a e a ure IS mon '" 10 The eighth annual Spring Rhap-at 2 p . m., and Friday at 3 p.m . an on sody was held in the SPJC audi M;my students feel there are pus fmanclal plight torium, featuring the A Cappel• too many "_EVENTS" being of the umverslty Ia choir, members of the drascheduled durmg the free hours Daytona Beach Jumor College matic department and the new and there is not enough time -A health and physical educa-JC college orchestra in its first allotted on campus for general tion building, having an area of performance By BILL BLALOCK JR. The university's new $572,706 Teaching Auditorium Theater, which has a seating capacity..of 600, will officially open Friday, with two performances by the Cleveland Playhouse Touring Theater. Two additional perform ances will be given Saturday. student activity. Many believe 16,000 squar_e feet, will conUniversity. of Florida _ Dr. n more than one structed th1s summer m the OliveT Heavens, British physi-Matinee and evening performances Ben JohnEVENT . a week should be alarea of the old D.A.V. cist and expert in optics from low to. mterfe_re With student bmld!ng. the University of London, was orgamzatJon activity. of MlaJI!i ;Comvisiting lecturer at the UF Florida State University of $3 m1ll10n Otto through April 11. Fifty million viewers of televi-G. R!Chr;er Library on the UM Daytona Beach Junior College son's classic satire, "Volpone" will be given on Friday, the opening day. On Saturday, Christopher Marlowe's "Doctor Faustus" will be presented in both matinee and evening performances. Afternoon presenta tions will begin at 3 : 15 p.m. and evening p e r f o r m a n c e s at 8 :30p.m. Student Tickets Tickets for matinees will be $1 for all faculty and staff mem bers as well as high school and USF studertts . Evening perform ances will cost $2 per person. Tickets will be sold to the pub lic for all performances at $2 each. The Friday perform ance will be considered the of ficial opening of the Teaching Auditorium -Theater and Dr. John S. Allen, USF president, will speak briefly before the curtain goes up. Reception Planned After the Friday evening per formance there will be a recep tion in the foyer where the "firstnighters" may meet the cast. The reception is b e in g sponsored by the Student Arts Council and punch will be served. An invitational banquet at 6 :30 p.m., Friday in the South Dining Room of the University Center, will honor visiting dig-nitaries here for the opening sion will see the FSU circus, campus lS now under way. ('>.n-Three new credit courses night. Dr. George C. Izenour, "Flying High," perform an of the long awaited have been added to the evening design engineer from Yale Unihour-long show on "Sports construction came from Pres. college, according to Dr. Merlin versity and consulting designer Spectacular" May 18. Jay F . W. Pearson. Cox, director of the evening for the Teaching Auditorium-__ __ s_te_ t_so _ n __ u _n_iv_e_r_s_it.:..y ___ ._'R_e_-_d_i_v_is:...i..:..on..:..---------Theater, will be the principal speaker. Izenour has won recog-nition recently f6r his work as Demos Shoot consulting d e s i g n e r for the Frank Lloyd Wright Theater in Dallas, Tex. , and the Lincoln At 10,000 Center in New York . Art Exhibit During the opening of the s Teaching Auditorium -Theater ignatures the university will sponsor an art exhibit in the foyer open to the -public. The works of seven The Young Democrats have members of the Gulf Coast Art formally initiated a project to Center whose paintings will be obtain some 10,000 signatures shown include: Ralph Hillbom , on an invitation to President director of the Gulf Coast Art John F. Kennedy to speak to Center, Dolly Anderson, Dr. the community from the, Uni James Boudreau, William Oraversity of South Florida campus. vetz, Harold Nosti, Robert Sentz, The assistance of the Ybor and W i 11 i am Sherry. LithoCity Chamber of Commerce has graphs, oil paintings and other been gained through the efforts mixed media will be repre-of the Epelta Men's Social Club, sented in the 28 paintings at sai d Joe Sierra, the club's treas the exhibit which will remain urer. open for three weeks. The cooperation in obtaining The University of South Florsignatures from the general ida plans a strong program in public was obtained by four the theater arts under the Fine Ybor City merchants: Garcia Arts Division headed by Prof. Brothers, H. L . Green Depart Aivah A . Beecher, director, and ment Store, The Dollar Store John W. Caldwell, associate pro-and Kress's. fessor of theater arts. IN PEACE CORPS USF Students Can Play Pot Receives Approval Of Students and Faculty USF RECEIVES ORCHIDS FROM THE TRUMAN GREENS Visitors to the USF administration building find added b e au t y there now brought by the first of 125 to 150 orchids Mr. and Mrs. Truman Green are giving USF. Dr. JohnS. Allen, USF president, and Mrs. Allen greeted Mrs. Green as she arrived last week with the first 18 orchids and personally hung each one to show its maximum beauty. Here Mrs . Green, above, prepares several orchids for bang ing and at right "up goes another."

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THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, April 17 , 1961 REGISTER MAY 1 Summer Session Plans Under Way • By LOUISE STEWART penses of a physical education '• The summer session l!atalog is program." . t:Jff the press and copies plus A check . into the matter re-addilional information onthe vealed that the university fa session available fn cilities will remain in operation the College of Education office . during the summer months. Students will find the sum-The cafeteria will follow its mer schedule is as full as the present schedule of service: regular session. 9 3 0 7: 0 a.m . , 11 a.m.-1:3 p.m., Registration Ma7 1 5-6 :30 p .m. l:iar is open Students presently enrolled from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Stephan at USF will register during the C. McArthur, manager of off week beginning May 1. The campus housing also' in charge registrar's office will try to ar-.of ' food service, stated, "We range registration for next fall will start off with fuil facilities at this time, also. New students and cut back if t'lecessary." must be registered by June 3. The university recreational Orientation will be June 15-16. fadlitles will remain available The program Itself consists throughout the summer session. of an eight-week session from The 'Quilding is open from 8 a.m . June 19-August 11. For teach-to 10:30 p.m. Duane. E . Lake, ers, there will be a three-week director of the University Cen workshop the summer season show no ANOTHER BOOK-DID YOU READ IT? Entries may be on an indi-Other members of the club in vidual, club, or independent elude: Hertz Hunter Elliot team basis , but no will Hardaway, dlrector of ihe Uni be allowed to compete m more versity Library, and C. C. Mil than three events. Only one ler, education professor. Due to recent surveys on and off campus, the administration has geared a program for an em:.ollment of approximately 800. Florida students will pay $7 . 50 per credit hour, or $54 for eight or more. A maximum of nine credit hours has been set up. ,. Course subject matter ln-J eludes all of the basic studies courses, plus a few courses from the Colleges of Education, Business Administration, and Liberal Arts. Most courses will be on freshman and sophomore level except those on junior or senior for teachers. Dean Battle In Charge Dr. Jean A. Battle, dean of College of Educati'on, is in oharge of the summer program. Battle said, "There will be fewer sections but more courses offered. Many courses on the summer program have not been offered before this time." The controversial matter of the physi cal education courses in the summer was al so cleared up at this time. Battle ex plained, "The budget simply will not cover the necessary ex-sso Buys a "Transistor Full l'ower ZENITH HEARING AID! I .. ' s duNo!) .. t .. HEARING AIDS-' ' . -. , .. BETTER HEARING AID SERVICE '9-LADIES'-PLAI SUITS slack. There will be lectures, Th All U it f th' t eight music programs, one play e Divers Y rea.,.lng or IS semes er In team ]:>er club will b . e allowed Confident of their skill and in each event; with _the !!umber endurance, the faculty club has of club representatlves m each made public intentions to chal individual event limited to two . lenge the student tennis club running several days, new and eludes "The Crucible," a play by the former husband rare book exhibitions, two art of Marilyn Monroe, Arthur Miller. Students in basic gallery exhibitions-one show-English classes were glad to know that the book' was ing the first half of the summer incorporated i.nto the English program. This means and the other during the sec-that they can knock one off the number of books they ond half. . th h h h t Dr. Alvah A . Beecher, direc-oug t t ey would ave o re. ad this semester. Awards will be given to the to be formed at the conclusion individual scoring the highest of the current tenniR champion number of points, and to .ship play. men and women's clubs scori,ng Fireball Kahn working tor of fine l:!rtS, stated, "We In__ _:::__ _ __::___-,-_____ .:__ __ _.:_ _ _:_:_.:__:.._ ___ _ Joe Rodriquez T . al{es Top Honors in the highest total. Points for Dr. Sy {(ahn assistant pro-each place will be given on a fessor of English threw his best graduated scale. 5 for first stuff at the irate Aretes, hold place , 3 for second , and 2 for ing them to three hits for a 5-2 third. Intramural Softball League vic tend this as a year-round basis. Since we have air-conditioned buildings we can provide a com fortable place for events pro grams. This is all beneficial for teachers who have no time or Interest iri such things during the school term." Student Edition Continues George H. Miller, director of the Work-Study Co -o p Program and faculty advisor for campus publications, said in an inter view , "The campus edition of the paper will continue as a lab project of a summer class, pub lications for Secondary Teach ers, Ed 481. All students who can type are eligible to take the course. In an overall picture of the summer session at USF there is no slack in pace or minimizing in facilities because of heat. USF is not governed by the weather, thanks to its air conditioning. ADVERTISEMENT Mare Comfort WearinCJ FALSE TEETH Here Is a plea.sa.nt way to overcome loose plate c!!soomtort. FABTEETB, an improved powder, sprinkled on upper and lower pla.tes holda them ftrmer so that they teel more com fortable. No gummy, gooey, pasty taate or feeling. It's alkaline (nonacid). Does not sour. Checks "plate odor breath". Oet FASTEETH today at drug counter& everywhere. The mep's events include tory Tuesday, April 11, on the vollyball, softball, 100-yard dash, campus field . standing broad jump; and the More than 200 s p e c t a t o r s USF student Joe Rodriqu ez low hurdles, in 16.5 seconds; 500-yard relay. looked on as Kahn scattered the took second place in the 220the high jump, with a Events for the women are Arete efforts over three innings. yard dash and the height of 5' 8". volleyball , softball, and the 50Cecil . Brooks, director of admis-dash, then added a wmnmg The meet was conducted by yard dash . C o-e d u c at 1 onal sions led a three-run third in-19' 9" leap in the broad jump Richard D. Hunter, assistant events will climax the meet, and ning' with a triple for the to take top honors in the All-professor and intramural coorinclude : }loneymoon race, sack Faculty. Campus track meet at Chamber-dinator; with Dr. Gilman Hertz, race, and archery. All-Stars Win la-in Field last week. director of physical education, Horseshoes Fly . The All-Stars ran wild with Rodriquez totaled 11 points acting as clerk of the course. Positions are still open in the their 17-4 victory over the Refor the afternoon, good enough Miss Sunny All-Campus Hors(!shoe Tourney, volters on an adjoining field. to g ive him top honors in the tor, was ch1ef scorer for . the Thursday and Archery Tourney, The All-Stars q u 1 c k 1 y went first annual Campus event. Fin-afternoon. . April 27 . Horeshoes ahead with a 7-run. first Inning ishing close on the heels of Other pomt makers Included: start flymg at 4 : 15 p .m. at the on the combined efforts of Char Rodriquez were Frank Meiners John Moore with 8, and winner P .E. building. lie Yawn and Jim Moffett, with and Victor Cafaro, with 10 of the quarter mile with a time The gtJlf club will enter its one double apiece. points apiece. of 59.4 seconds; Mark Storrs first formal competition with . The Enotas downed the EpelPoints were awarded on the with 5,. and winner of the mile two . matches against .the Unitas, 10-6 , with the hitting of graduating basis 5 for first 3 run w1th 6 :04; Bert Shoun, 6, of g?lf club. The David Ivy and John Bell. The for second and 1 for third and winner of the 880-yard dash f1rst competition w1ll take plAce Enotas seored 7 quick runs in ' . (2:25.5); Charles Yawn, 5, winat Rocky Point Golf Course, the first inning, then coasted to Naom1 Torre acted as ner of the shot put with a toss 1 :3Q p.m'., .Friday. The secon'd victory. • Official Hostess for the meet, of 41 feet Dell Cooper 3 and greeted the winners as they ren 3' Francis' M'tdklff UNIVERSITY 0 crossed the finish line before 3 ; Loren ' 3; Ray . B OK a crowd of 200 . Graham, 6 ; Dennis Sharp, 2; Cafaro beat out Rodriquez for Archie Blount,' 1 ; M i c h a e 1 first place in the 220 and 100 O'Brien, 1; and Clark Gall yard dashes, but failed to enter schalk, 1. the scoring column in another There were a total of 24 en event. Winning times in the 220 tries in the meet, and Hunter and 100 were 24.9 and 10 .6, re-said, "We are planning another spectively. one at this same time in May , Meiners won the only two due to the success of this initial events he entered: the 120-yard attempt." fREE v PORTABLE TO BE GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY, SKIRTS OR fPLAIH SWEATERS APRIL 22 11:00 A.M. Panels Replaced English Lectures The All-University book for and guilt by association of the the second half of th!) .spring Is witch trials and the McCarthy The Crucible, a play by Arthur era behi nd us, the dramatic Miller. The play is about the value of the play can come to Salem witch trials in 17th Cen-the surface. tury America. It was first pro-Although Arthur Miller has. duced in 1953 during that era not written a large number of of national hysteria and war plays, he is one of the most on social and political heretics important of contemporary dra that gave a Wisconsin politician matists. His play The Death named McCarthy a place in the of a Salesman won a Pulitzer history books . prize. Common to Past 3 At the time of its writing The Crucible was judged as a kind of political pamphlet for the stage. Now , with the explicit parallel between the hysteria The Crucible has one thing in common with the past three all university books. It deals with a very real problem in American life. What happened in Salem could have happened Daily Calendar anywhere in the world. But, because it did happen i n AmerAII 1961 ica, it is much more frightening. Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . uc 168 In addition to being an All : ::::: :.: University .book The Crucible Brldce Lessons ..... uo 167 has been mcorporated In the f:nn:,?:;:t • uc 2oz Basic Studies . English course. Club .. ............ uo 205 Becaus e of this the panel on Women' s Sports the book is being held a little c1uti :::. m sooner and a little differently 2:00 p . m . Bo\eca Officers .... uc m than were the other three. g;g:: m Panel Discussions studr uo 205 T?ere were a series of panels Council . . . . . . . . . . . . 11C 104 durmg the English lectures last 7:30 p .m. women's Club . week, each panel consisting of • .\prtl 1.8'; J.ein uc 167 three faculty members 'and a 10:00 a .m. UC Hospltalliy Com. UC 201 student moderator. ... uc 202 The members of the panels Baptist Students .... 11C 203 were: Marlene Hennis student Por. LanJ. Club uc 204 mod erato Dr Ed I;r.rshberg l\olelbodlll l!ludellts . uc 205 r, . • ' Enrlis h FacuU:r . . . . 11C 215 Dr. Jame s A . Parris h and Dr. cc,,;, . . ::: : m Edwin D. Martin; Mrs. Lottie st. Art. Couneu .. AD 1052 E ggleston, student moderator, 3:00 p . m . Chen Leuons uc 1 6 7 Dr Sy Kahn Dr Robert Zettler 4 :00p. m . "Alexander Ncbskr" TAT , • 7:00p.m. Anthropolon TV TV Loun1e and Dr. Robert Fuson; Martha 7 ;so p . m . Faeu!t:r Brldre .. uc 16 7 Dennis, student moderator, Dr. 8 .00 p.m. A.A.U.P. .. . .. . . . UC 103 . f WEDNESDAY, Afrll 19 , 1961 Dav1d Ba tten e l d, Dr. Edgar UlX : ::::: .. .. Stanton and Dr. John Caldwell; Enotas ............ 11C 20 1 .Joe Ahnell , student moderat or, Dr. Alma Sarett, Dr. Filles .............. 11c 21a Garrett and D r . Henry W.m:::::::::::::: m throp; and Henry Dee, student Brldre Leuons .... 11C 104 moderator, a n d Dr. . Peter "The ,'!'la:r'• The Wright, Dr. Miles Hardy and ... Dr. Robert Goldstein . W.P. s :oo ... isoPc z26 11:00 a.m. Joumallam Lunch .. UC 163 U . C . Com . .. UC 169 Debate Club . . . . . . . 11C 200 Dance CommlUee . . UC 201 TriSIS .. .. . .. .. .. .. . UC 20% Student FEA . . . . . . . UC 203 Epelta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UC U6 Cultural CommUtee UC 205 Oroup 1'o . .. .. . .. . .. . S 111 Younr Republlcans . UC 221 12:00 noon Journalism Careers UC 2 5 1 Human Behavior Lnneh . .. .. .. .. .. .. UO 103 Dean' s Meetlnr . . .. UC 167 4:00p . m . Chess Les•ons ..... UC 167 7:30 p ,m. Ybor O lty Llons Club .............. UC 167 Newman Club ...... UO 202 Patde la . .. . . . . . . . . . UC 226 . FRp,lAY, Af!ll 21, 1901 3.15 p . m . Volpon e . . . . . . . . . . TAT 4 : 06 p.m. Club . AD 2078 Jam Ses•lon . . . . . . S. Cafe. 8:30 '22,' i.iHil. TAT !1:00 a.m. Testlilf ........... AD 2002 11:00 a .m. Della PI Epsllon . . UO 187 p . m . "Dr. Faustus" ....... TAT 8 : 30p . m . "Dr. Faustus" ..... TA T SUNDAY, Aprll 23, 19111 4 : 00p .m. Christ. Sci. Students UC 226 Softba II PHONE TODAY FOR DECORATOR SERVICE Coma on In and let ut thow you how the Exclutlve Valetona Drycleanlnl proceee cen brln1 new life back Into tired aarmantel Take advantaae of our fourday 11rvlce, or our fait one SOFTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS AU-Stars ...... 2 Arete ......... 1 Faculty ... ... 1 1 Revolter ...... 1 1 A P;it j,:tti.i1 ' 1 eervlce , both at price• that pleue your pocket. Tampa Locations: BRANCH Enotas vs. Revolter& rBB TAMPA TIME& Published e • o n 1 n 1 s MoncJa:t through 8aturda7 b7 Tbo Trlbant Compan7 from Tile Trlbane BaUd lnr. ' Lafa_yette and Morga11 Streets, Tampa, Florida. Entered as sec011il elasa maUer at llle Post Offleo at Tampa, Florida. onder tbe Aef of Ma reb a, 1871. SulncrlpUon & .. toot 87 c .. rrlor m!::O' 1n adnnco Member of Prell. Member of Aadlt 'Bureau ol ctro ulatloD. The Ta. mpa Times University of South Florida Camp 'us Edition . (Page 1 and Page 2 'staff) Editor ............•••••..•••••.•••.••. Betty J. Woodard Managing Editor .• , •••••..•...•.•••••.••..... Jim Dixon Sports Editor . ....•••••.•••.•••••••••••.... John Gullett Faculty Adviser . .... ................•.. George H. Miller Other staff members: Wing Preodor, Louise Stewart, Steve Maxwell, Bill Blalock , Virginia Montes, Carol Martin and Martha Jean Ekker. Address all communications to Office of Campus Publications, Room 224, Universcity Center. Phone WE 8-4131, Ext. 118. Professor Conducting Choir. Organ R. Wayne Hugoboom, asso-ganists tomorrow. The work ciate professor of music at the shop, which opens at 7:30 p.m. University of South Florida, at the First Methodist Church will conduct a choral workshop in Clearwater, is for organists for the Upper Pinellas Chapter and. choir directors in the upper of the American Guild of Or Pinellas area. MONDAY TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY S PECIALS OPEN EVERY 'TI'9 P.M. BEEF . lb. 3 . .. gc ,. Hunt's Btl. 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