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• Sol-id Sunny today and partly cloudy Tuesday, Con t inued rather hot with lit tle temperature change. High today 91. Low to70. THE TAMPA TIMES University Of South Florida Ca.mpus Edition SIXTY-NINTH YEAR-No. 78 MISS UNIVERSE VISITS USF CAMPUS Miss Universe, Linda Bement of Salt Lake City, chats with some of USF 's co eds d ' uring a brief visit to the campus last week. Left to right: Joan Farnum, Marlene Hennis, Miss Universe, and Carol Martin. TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 8 , 1961 PRICE FIVE CENTS Students Voice Oppos.ition To PropoSed Constitution DURING MAY Constitution 2 Campus Senators Discussion Join Verbal Debate Felt Lacliing . As a result of the discussion By BILL BLALOCK JR. Concert To Lead Events Program on constitution, An open meeting of the Constitution Committee to The University Symphony will be held at 11 a.m. ThursCo!'ilmittee members give students a chance to discuss the proposed _student . D1Ck1e Murrell and John Gal-. . Orchestra, University Concert day, May 18, in Room S-100. lagher expressed the following government constitutiOn. and the f1,1ture USF student Band, and University Choirs, Members of the panel will repopinions. government resulted in antagonism between the will present a concert preview resent 'talent, programming, Says Murrell, "Because the students present and the Constitution Committee panel Wednesday in the Teaching Au-managing and sales and will Steering Committee had to ast Tuesday. ditorium-Theatre, at 2 p.m. This di sc u ss career opportunities for comJ:>lY with such a strict sched-c The panel to ugh t w h . a t program will include a light students interested in the field ule, lt was necessary to have an om ments seemed to be a losing battle in open of constitu-. defe nse of the proposed con-music selection from each or-of radio broadcasting. hon. Th1s, however, 1s not the stitution. After almost half an ganization which will be includ-Dr. Anthony W. Zaitz will best possible policy. " hour of argument, highlighted ed in their respective programs serve as moderator and panel-Reading Between Lines p • • t with irony and sarcasm from for the month of May. ists include Dan Valentine, pro-When asked how he felt In pol n both the panel and several about the student's reception, members of the audience, Dr. Alpheus Koon, artistic direc-gram manager for WFLA Radio, Murrell replied, "The constituHQ\vard Johnshoy, dea'n of stutor of Tampa Civic Ballet, will John Alexander, manager for tion and the d iscussion were c fl• dent affairs, suggested a five be the speaker at a comprehen-WFLA Radio, and Dan Johnson, "':'ith understand-on 1cts minute _limit discu ssion . of sive disc ussion in the Teaching announcer-disc j o c keY for mg and mtelllgence. Students any article. Thmgs then SliD. . . . have been readmg between the mered down, although, Dean Aud1tonum-Theatre at 11 a.m. WFLA RadiO. There w11l be lines" Johnshoy caught several late-and 8:30 p . m . on Thursday, May questions from the floor percommittee believes it By VIRGINIA MONTES aimed verbal attacks. 11. He will discuss how a com-mitted. will be necessary to present a A number of USF students 1 Women Head Opposition position in the medium of clas-Band Concert full explanation of the constitu-were interviewed last week as The oppo sitio n seemed to be Final Exam Schedule ' e!'planation to layman in will present a concert at 2 p . m. telligent discussion can comconflict the pro):1osed USF ford and another umdentlfted Ma. y . Has sical ballet is accomplished; an The University concert band tion and interactions before in-to what they felt was the major headea. by student Sh.elia s1mp le, non-techmcal and un-and again at 8:30 p.m., Thurs-mence. Murrell also feels that Constitution. These are some of both or whom Final Examinations-Spring 1961 derstandable language some of day, May 18, in the Teaching an apology i s in order for the their responses. figured m of the debate. It i s the policy of tlle University of South Florida that there s.g Socla I fundamentals of an that Auditorium-Theatre. The b and laxity ?f. the. al_ld Bernard Zaidman: "I thouglit Other antagomsts were. SO!lle 1s to many remote anp mcom-will wear its new uniforms for the rap1d1ty w1th wh1ch the d1s-at first that the clause concernof the shall be final examinations for all courses.The following prehensible. the first time. Dr. Anthony W. cussion planned. after the ing the Student Association defCommittee who weren t seated schedule will govern the date, time and place for final examina-Orchestra Concert Zaitz will be narrator for the constitution was published. inition of a student was rather oBnbtheBpba!lel. Botthd Tal Braytand t . f th S S t 1961 St d t h ld b th ' d It th f 1 g f f . k o o 1er s u ent sena ors wns or e pnng emes er, . u en s s ou rmg e rr c I d The University Symphony Orprogram an guest artist George lS e. ee m o some o undemocratic. But after thm -spoke out a'gainst parts of student identification card with them to all final examinations. a en a r chestra under the direction of Uterhardt will be featured in the comm1ttee members that ing it over, I believe it is baSit ' t t Finals for ALL sections of Physical Education, Devel-Edward Preodor will present its "Tubby the Tuba." the proposed schedule cannot cally a rather good constitution. cons 1 u 19n. all vob>c; on ;:hairman of the Affa1rs . Needs Vote . , "Springtime, USF," a fashion "Career Opportunities in Radio" Thursday, May 25, at 11 a.m. elections should be publicly anAppeal comm,ltee. mo::t!ullg:, au.: ue,ltg lit tu MK 341 9 C 2009 PS 201 01 S 205 show sponsoreq by the Glam-------------Choral Concert nounced. Many still take a dim Kandie "I think it is a to students a better PC 2 0 2 90 U 202 OA 152 01 U 251 oureuses Club was held here at I . . . \view of the eJection of the stu-very good con stitution. I hope standmg of the conshtutwn r University Community Chorus en sena ors m 1 ., If the constitution is passed by Mond,.y, June 5, 9-11 p.m. Wednesday, June 7, 10 a.m.-12 USF on May 1. Yearbook The UmversltY Chou and the d t t . wh'ch the vote I't I's passed one hundred per prior to an attempt to ratify it. AC 312 90 C2002 MT 131 02 S205 As their service projects the will join together to present a totals were kept secret. cent. Some students feel the Con-CB 204 90 U221 Wednesday, June 7, 12 2 p.m. Delphis worked on beautifying 2 90 C2009 program of choral music which stitution Committee members ES 21 AC 202 02 C2002 the Library Patio, and also took MT 331 90 C2010 EN 222 01 c 2072 part in the cancer drive in this p will dpart of the Bach COFFEE SHOP A FAVORITE has not taken the proper action d J 6 8 10 •t• cantata, o Is My King," in trying to spread the word on Tues ay, une • a.m. MA 112 03 C2074 area. OSI tons G h AR 112 01 U47 PH 202 01 SZ0 6 The Epelta Boys Social Club sung in erman; Sc ubert's the proposed constitution. Many CH 202 01 S101 have chosen their colors. They "Mass in G Major, " and other Free H 0 u rsHOW . Do feel this i s being kept closed EN 212 01 S201 Wednesday, June 7, 2-4 p.m. are to be black and white. choral compositions. The band from student discussion as MT 131 01 C2002 AN 202 01 C1051 Tl'i-SIS Win Field Day N 0 and specific instruments from much as possible-perhaps hopOA 252 01 U25 1 Wednesday, June 7, 4-6 p.m. The Tri-SIS will be presented OW pen the orchestra will assist in some ing that the less known b y the Tuesday, June 6 , 10 a.m.12 ES 2 1 2 02 c2073 with an engraved plaque for . of the selections. The concert y s d y ? general student body the easier BO 202 01 S105 GE 101 01 S106 their outstanding performance will be at 4 p.m. May 28 in the ou pen ours it will be to handle the situa01 C2 011 i th F ' ld D h ld h t . . Teaching Auditorium-Theatre. • tion. ES 211 HI 132 01 C1 851 n e le ay e ere a . The Yea.rbook Board T h e public is invited to atHowever, a member of the ES 212 0 1 C 2002 Wednesday, June 7, 8-10 p.m. the University on April 22 The IS now takmg appllcabons. from tend these events with no ad-steering committee said his FR 202 01 S201 ED 316 90 U213 Tri-SIS placed first in the !hose students mterested m be-mission charge. By JIM DIXON committee welcomed as large OA 151 01 U25l Women's Divi sion. mg 1962 annual staff. ' Free hours at the University of South Florida are spent in an as possible Tues-Tuesday, June 6, 122 p .m. ED 458 01 U 221 The Paideia are sporting their Orgamzatwn of the yearbook is F y a w 1 de range of activities. Several students were asked: "What day and Dean Howard John-AC 202 01 C2002 Thursday, June 8, 8-10 p.m. clubs new sweat shirts. The d St d CH 202 02 S105 AR 112 02 U47 sweatshirts are black and bear nowd un. er lway ... u are OUr ear do you do during the Free Hours on Tuesday (10 a.m.) and shoy hopes for at least 300. ed m a I POSition s mclud?" a two-thirds affirmative vote ED 206 01 TAT EN 212 02 U20 0 the club name in white across m g photography, advertisin g <11 a.m.) . . and doesn't have to be returned ED 206 02 " HI 1 22 02 S106 t h e front. layout and soliciting, sports, F }} c t } Juhe Johnson: "At 10 on Tuesdays I attend the Hosp1tahty to the committee for changes ED 206 , 0 3 HI 132 02 C2002 The Aretes will be host for typing, filing, social activities, a a a 0!,! Committee meeting. I don't . a student government will ED 206 04 Thursday, June 8, 10 a.m.-12 the "Chevalier Formal to be and copy wo:k for faculty and LJ have any classes on days durmg the free hour and able to begin operation next ED 206 05 " HI 122 0 1 S205 held at Silver Lake Country se,ctlons, according .to o t • J so 1 stay home-s ometu:nes I on Thursdays at that falL ED 206 06 2 01 C2074 Club on May 12 Invitations Merilee 0 Berry, Board chairu Ill nne come to school to study 10 the hme. . . .. Last Tuesday' s meeting was ED 206 07 '!ff g2 02 u204 h ave been extended to 40 USF man. . . library." Cynthia Depends on attended by a group or highly ED 211 1 U47 SO 201 01 C2073 students , faculty, and guests. Expenence 1s not necessary The catalogue for the fall Donna Cervone: "On Tues-my mood. If I m m a g ood moo _ d vocal dissenters who found ED 212 Ol U 202 GY 202 01 S 105 The first to establish such a to be on the staff .. the term will be ready in June, days _ why those are lunch I, go. to Busch Gardens and If fault. many of EN 212 4 C 1051 tradition, the Aretes plan to student must .mamtam a 2.0 according t o the office of evalu-times! I eat lunch on Thursdays I m 10 a bad I go to the constitution. The pomt wh1ch HI 112 01 Sl06 Thursday, June 8 • 2 " 4 p.m. make "their" spring formal an of thestaff ation services and institutional at 11 a.m . and on Tuesdays I Bottle. .. . " seemed to draw the heaviest OA 351 0 1 U 251 MA 212 01 S 1ll annual event. Will be to the approval research. The catalog u e, which either study or sit in the Bill _Roberts: • fire Article 1.1. This TA 112 01 U204 MA 2 12 02 Three From USF of the E.dltonal Board and faci s now being prepared, will list bar." Sylvia McGe,e. Usually at 10 P.rovides for the Student Tuesday, June 6, 2 -4 p.m. MA 2 12 90 111 ulty advi s or. courses to b e available to stu . . " d I o to on Tuesdays I m not school. AssocJahon to be composed only ACHe 220021 Attend Conferen,..e Staff position s will be ap-dents throug h the entire four St I always eat lunch durmg the of fulltime students. The argu0 3 S100 ... pointed before the end of this year program. om 1 0 free hour on ment was that the parttime stu-ED 101 01 S 100 MA 201 Dr. Frank H . Spain, registrar semester. Incoming freshmen Some courses listed in the durmg the free hour and 0 Jan Harper: Unless I have a dent, who doesn't even have ED 101 02 S 1 00 Thursday, June 8, 4-6 p .m. and Cecil C . Brooks, will be permitted to join the catalogue on the juniol' and we a Dance meeting I go to t,?e coffee shop the privileges of the ED 101 03 Sll1 SP 202 01 C2009 of admission, represented the staff, however, sophomores are senior l evels of study are only omrm ee mee and have a coke. fulltune student should, should EEDS 2 1 12 1 034 Thursday, June 8, 6-8 p .m. USF at the 47th annual meetexpecte.d t? hold key positions. the planning stages, and may Stack: "I usualiy go to .. "Nothing. " have as much voice in the gov-AR 151 Ol U22 1 I ing of the American A ssociation Appl!catwns for membership or may not be given. The ques -the hbrary unless I have other Marilyn P1ke: I usually ernment. LA 102 01 S 201 of Collegiate Registrars and will be available until May 12, tionable junior courses will be engagements or make the scene spend the time very construe-The constitution was a 1 so TA B, Thursday, June 8, 8 • 10 p . m. Admissions at Miami Beach. 1961, at .the Un iversity Center designated b y a sing l e asterick in t h e coffee s hop. I tively. I run up and called too brol!-d. This did!! ' t ED 313 90 C1051 . Dr. John S. Allen, USF presInformation iDes k. An organiza-and those courses 00 the senior you w hat I do on Saturday down the f1re escapes or hear see m to be a widely held opm-ACBC 2 2 02 1 Friday, June 9, 8 10 p .m. !dent , wa s among t h e major tional meeting will be held aftleve l in the same category will nights ... " the latest news in the C

Th. e T ampc-Times THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, !\'lay 8, 1961 s • F SOME SAY L•t Club. I I wtm est . . . . 1 erary . EDITORIALS s t p ,. M I PI Tops Events por s c) ICY a ies _ ans University of South Florida Campus Edition -PPlicahC)n. blanks. are. availa_ble did not make a change in our are not to be mistaken as being ity immediately. In the mean-the knobby kneed specimens and say a prayer of forgiveness m office. 1 . Th b . dec's' on was time, the cll:lb plans to. scout for their thoughts toward the administration. But, nevertheIf h ld at TT the activities PO Icy . e aslc 1 1 Although a recent ruling around <:!Dd fmd al.l the. literary less, they humbly attend classes clad in the full regalia .of the . e ' . d made early in the year. We states the university will not talent at the umvers1ty, and sweet old fashioned girls, and the good Dean of Student Affairs w!ll wa'!! at 9 a.m., an did not want to play any other compete in ath-possibly sponsor lectures here and his staff's "gestapo" smile a big smile of victory.-R. K. P. Will contmue until about 1 p.m. school team in any sport. letics for at least. dour .years, by various Florida authors. Now Is the Time There a total of 13 events, , h t t d . f Johnshoy contradicted 1t by Students interested in joining plus a wtde array of novelty 'T e presen s an IS one o b'l' f L't Cl " b t stunts for students faculty and sta!mg the proba 1 Ity o en-the 1 erary . . u,.., may su. HOUSTON, Texas-For years the cause of your hair loss, if staff members to clarity. We did not want the these sports long before a short ongmal composition "they said it couldn't be done." yo.u wait until you are slick bald .There are six events each for baseball club playing In com-the flrst class graduates. (poem, essay,, short .story, etc.) But now a Texas finn of labora-and your ha'ir roots are dead, men and women and one co-petition with. any team repreLet's Keep a Good Name to Ron Jhe tory consultants . has developed a you are 6eyond help. If you We as students at the University of South Florida ha:ve educational featJre, the fancy senting. an educational institu-Johnshoy attempted to ex1011 d e {hC: wi1 treatment that is not only stop-still have hair


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