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.. ,-l On the Beam University Fair through Tuesday. Variable winds 5-15 m.p.h. . High today and Tuesday 88. Low tonight 67. THE TAMPA TIMES Of South Florida Campus SIXTY-NINTH YEAR-No. 84 .TAMPA, MONDAY, MAY 15, 1961 PRICE FIVE CENTS ALLEN ANNOUNCES USF To Add Twenty To Faculty in Fall Punitive Action Is Plan n e \ Dr. John S. Allen, president versity and expects to receive University of Vienna. Gessrnan of the University of South Flor-his doctorate degree in 1961. has been a professor and chair fda, has announced 20 new fac-Bentley will join the staff here man of the modern language de ulty for the fall as an English instructor fl'om partment at Talladega College, semester at USF. All those his position on the faculty of Talladega, Ala., since 1954, and named will have joint teaching Ohio State University. He is will join the staff here as an appointments with the College married and has two children. associate professor of foreign of Basic Studies and the ColVaughn w. Morrison, 24, of languages. is married and To Back Up Clothes Policy lege of Liberal Arts, and will Springfield, Ohio, received his has three children. begin their teaching assignments BS and MS degrees from Ohio Dr .. Rufus A. Cherry .Jr., 38, Sept. 1, 1961. University, Athens. He is work-of. W1lso!l• North Carolina, re-Appointed as associate pro-ing toward his doctorate. Morrice1yed 'BA de?re_e from the fessor is Dr. Albert M. Gess-son has been graduate assistant Umvers1ty of Loutsvtlle and hJS man. . at Ohio State University and MA and Ph.D. degree from the Assistant pr:ofessors n am e d will corrie to USF as an instruc-University of Kentucky. Cherry tor of mathematics. will come to USF as an assist-are: Dr. R!Uus A. Cherry Jr., nt p ofessor of foret'gn lan Emil A. Freniere, Everett C. Aaron H. Rob'erts; 31, and a a r -Johnston, Dr. Hans Juergensen, native of Jacksonville, received guages from the University of Donald L. Lantz, Dr. Eleanor M. his and MA degrees from Chattanooga, where hef is pres MacKay, Robert C. O'Hara, Dr. the University of Florida. He ently an assistant pro essor 0 . . French and Spanish. Olga W. Russell , Dr. Anatole has been study11_1g hts Donald L. Lantz, 31, of North Sokolsky and Dr. William L. at Um':'erstty of Wts-Platte, Nebraska, received de Wilkes Jr. ' _where he 1s also a grees from Wheaton College at New are: Joseph mg assistant. Rob .erts wtll J?In Wheaton, Ill., and the Univer G. Bentley, Robert 0. Davison, the USF faculty as an English sity of Minnesota, where he will Vaughn W. Morrison, Aaron H. mstructor. receive his doctorate next Roberts and Elton E. Smith. Elton E. Smith, 43, and a na-month. Lantz will join the USF Named as lecturers are: Dr. tive of New York City, received faculty as an assistant professor l\larie B. Chatham, William W. his BS degree from New York of science education and edu Ford, Dr. Ray L. Sweigert and University, his MA degree from cational psychology. He is mar-Thomas B. Wenner. Syracuse University and his BD ried and has three 'children. Emil A. Freniere, 38 . and degree from Harvard Dr. Olga. w. Russell, whose dress and discipline is re-discuss such lapse with the onstrators wore their Ber-The past few weeks have produced for the information student concerned. rnuda's and other casual wear, formed a clothes concious stu-of all faculty members: "Persistent violations of ex-and all sang songs to the ac-dent body on the USF campus. "Students attending t h e pected s t a n d a r d s or es-cornpaniment of Pat Boole's The co n t r o v e r s y over University of South Florida tablished regulations will in-guitar. Bermuda shorts has finally are considered young adults volve appropriate disciplinary During the demonstration it .received an official statement working with their faculty colaction. The university may was hard to tell the onlookers in support of Dean Howard leagues in search of knowldeny admission or continued f r om the participants, but A . Johnshoy's "Red Memo." edge. It is hoped that rigid attendance to those whose de-most of lhose who wished to Last week's University 'Bulregulations of personal concisions and actions are con-have no part in i t watched letin, the official voice of the duct will not be necessary, trary to the purposes and pro-from the second floor of the administration, which origin-for freedom as an objective cedures of the university." Administration Building. atcs in the office of Dr. Lewis of education is difficult with-This statement of proposed State-Wide Alert B. Mayhew, director of evalu-out the existence of freedom. disciplinary action for viola-At one point 30 or 40 dem-ation services and institutional' Teeth Put in Policy tors appeared shortly after onstrators marched single file research, states that punish-the university's much publi-around the patio clapping rnent is in store for those who cised student demonstration their hands and crying "We indulge in "noticable or gross against Johnshoy's red memo. want Johnshoy, We Want d dernic performance so does it Ut appeared on red paper.) Johnshoy." e P art u r e from expected expect high standards of inIn preparing for the dern-standards of c o n duct or dividual conduct. Similarly, Had No Leader onstralion the students served dress." it expects dress to be appro-The unrest came to a head as their own publicity men The Bulletin story, which priate to the activities when a group of students got by calling many newspapers, seemed to come as an after-in which the individuals are together for a student demon-radio and television stations, math of the recent student engaged. stration in the Administration and gave the state a real demonstration, had this to "Noticable or gross depar-Building patio during the free "alert." Fictious names were say: tures from expected standards hour, Thursday, May 4. The used by many, some claiming "Student, Conduct, Dress of conduct or dress on -the group did not have a leader to be the editor of the cam-and Discipline: The following part of students will first be although Guy Ross told news-pus paper, and in general gave statement, which will appear considered errors in judge-paper reporters he was the a blownup story. in the 1961-63 catalogue, conrnent. Advisors or other offiorganizer . He was not. The news director of orie cerning stu dent conduct, cers of the institution will The majority of the dem- • television station phoned the USF news bureau and asked By JIM DIXON a native of Worcester, Mass., He expects to r:ece1Ve horn7town ts Hartford, Conn_., received his BS degree f r 0 rn h1s doctorate m the sprmg of rece1ved degrees from Connecli Springfield College and his MA 1961. Smith is. p_resently serying cut College, the University of degree from Penn State Unias a rnm1ster CaiDJllus at and !!-ad versity, where he will receive Baptist Camillus, N:Y. chffe College at Carnbndge, BAND PLAYS MAY 24 his doctorate this sum rn e r. USF he Will. be an _English Mass., where she was i!Warde_d Freniere has been on the staff mstructor. 1s rnarned and her doctorate. Dr. Russell IS at Penn State and will join the. has three children. presently on the. staff of Chat USF faculty as an assistant proWilliam W. Ford, and re-ham PJttsburgh, Pa., fessor of English and hurnani-tired Army brig. gen., is a naw1ll come to USF an as ties. Ite Is married and has two tive of Waverly, Va . Ford is a s1stant professor of fore1gn Ian-about details of the "riot by 5,000 students." This stab at state publicity, some believ.e, may have triggered the state-Orchestra Schedules 2nd Concert Tomorrow Night sons. graduate of the U.S . Military guages. E e tt C J h t 44 f Academy and has been attend-Dr. Anatole Sokolsky, 52, and v re . o ns on, , o t f K Lth n Rochester, N.Y., received his ing the. School of Mi-a tvde oh. BaSunas,d Ll LDua dta, AB and MA degrees from West-arn1 Umvers1ty, where he is also receJVe IS an . . e-er R U ty Cl a graduate assistant Ford will grees from the Umverstty of n eserve mverst , evevt t th G t K land, Ohio, and expects to re-join USF faculcy as a leeS 1 . e reath 10 t T h e University Symphony rosa, and the Bach Brandenburg ceive his doctorate in 1962 turer m mathematics He is 0 0 s Y 15 on e s a 0 Orchestra, with Edward PreoConcerto for solo flute, trumpet, Johnston has been on the staff. married and has four thStatUeSFUnfiverlstity and . . . w1 JOJD e acu y as an dor conducting, will make its oboe, violin and string or-at State Umvers1ty: Dr. Albert M. Gessman, 44, assistant professor of foreign second appearance of the year chestra. Ohw, smce 1958, and w1ll J?lll and a native of Vienna, received languages. He is married and in the Teaching Auditorium-Organized in the fall of 1960, the USF staff here as an ass1sthis BA from State College, Vihas one child tomorrow at 8:30 PJ? the University-Community Sym anl and enna VI; hi_s degree from Dr. L. Wilkes Jr., 37, Cynthia Wentz , .student, w11l phony Orchestra is proud to hurnamtJes. :fie ts rnarned and Charles Umverstiy al Prague; of Los Angeles, Calif., received play the P1ano Concerto present this, its second public bas three chJldren. and his Ph.D. degree from the his BA degree from Brigham m. A MaJor (K-414) w1th the performance. Dr. Hans Juergensen, 41, a young University at Provo, orchestra. The Symphony Orchestra is native of Germany, is a graduTHURSDAY Utah, and his Ph.D. degree from The orchestra will present a composed of 43 musicians with ate of Upsala College. N.J., and the University of Southern Cali-program of symphonic music Dr. Armin Watkins as concertreceived his doctorate fro rn fornia. Presently on the staff of which will include Beethoven's master. The orchestra is com-Johns Hopkins University. Juer-Pane I Brig h a rn Young University, First Symphony; the Overture prised mainly of students from gensen has been on the staff Wilkes will be an assistant pro-to the Secret Marriage by Cima-the University of South Florida and the surrounding area, al though approximately one-third of those adults participating are members of the community. Band Will Perform, Too The University of South Flor ida Concert Band will present its first concert in uniform at 8:30 p.m . , Wednesday , May 24, in the Teaching Auditorium Theater. n. . , I BACH TO-CALYrSO o T a k M , • Cl b p , ('mrentl it.•. mem-bers w 11 be outfitted for the first tlme in their new green and gold uniforms. Sixty uni forms have been delivered in time for the band's concert in the new University TA-T . ter. from St. Petersburg Junior ColUSIC u resents Dr. Eleanor M. MacKay, lege and the University of Flor-whose hometown is Delaware, A radio "Broadcast Panel," ida. Davison iS presently on the Okl d d f made up of three members of a., rece1ve egrees rom WFLA Radio; Dan Valentine, staff at St. Junior the University of Kansas, program manager John AlexCollege and '":ill ]Om the USF Wayne State and d . 'd D J h faculty as an mstructor of forEmory University, she an er, manager, . an !1eign languages. He is married was awarded her doctorate de-son, Jockey, Will and has one child. Preview of Concerts Dresses for Girls The dark green uniforms for Official Notices WOJ\IEN SUMMER STUDENTs-On campus housing for women resldentlll will be availa.ble lor the summer session at a cost of SH)8 which will include room, board, and linen serv ice. Contact the housing office imme. dialcly .. S. C. McArlhur, housinr man ager. BUSINESS ADl\IINISTRATION STUDENTS, especially accounting majorsOpening In work-study co-op program for tea.m of business administration studen1.s, preferred iu accountlncarea. . . . WORK-STUDY CO-OP STUDENTs Students assigned to a perJod during summer must register ror thi11 p eriod In registrar's office. See Mrs. Bringger or Mr. Miller in worktsudy office if there Is any question., G. H . Miller, director. workstudy co-op pro cram. YEARBOOK-All •Indents Interested In working on the yearbook slafl should meet d 11 a.m., Thursda.y, 1\la.y 18, Room UC 2'.!. • • STUDENTS AND FACULTY Stu dents and faculty may subscribe for the elcht summer Issues o the USF Campus Edition of the Ta.mpa Times to be sent to any addres:s. 8ubecrlpUon order"' ftp. lt-ft a.t 1'\t"''fU re.tu, second floor, Admlnisira.tion Building. Fifty • elgbl issues. S'l'AFF-Thc university staff lounC'e on the fUih floor of the library Is now open. Coffee at 5 cents a cup will be available from 8 a.m. to lZ noon and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Ken to the elevator may be from the attendant at the entrance of the library or from the of fice of tbe ot. the library. STUDENTs-Students needing to see staff members in the office of evalu ation services, located on the fifth floor o{ ihe library, should be advised to rnent that appeared in the Bulletin, since the Legislature is presently ill session: A delegation of students sent in to negotiate with the dean of Student Affairs, but no definite "yes or nq Bermuda shorts" ruling was agreed upon at that time: To add to the excitement of campus life, student Guy Ross persisted that he. was the leader of this demonstration and voiced additiomrt com ments as to the campus think ing during the Human Rela lations Institute Workshop , which was open to the public. Black Eye For. Arcte's As a r e s u I t of this out spokenness, the Arete, men's social club may have heaped a black eye on themselves and taken a drop in general stu dent opinion when a few ot the members participated in hanging an effigy of Ross in the University Center. Some students said that there was a plot to give . further "treatment" at his horne. There were rumors. of a demonstration which would include burning a cross in his yard. However, when it was discovered that Ross lived next door to a Hillsborough County deputy sheriff, things simmered down. Dean Johnshoy still has his side of the story, and the meeting held at 8 a.m. on Thursday, May 11, in the Teaching Auditorium-Theatre produced results, still vague and cloudy. It was at this meeting that the university position, stating the official policy, began tO' become apparent to the students. Ap proximately 150 students were at tl;le rneeti . ng. Up to Students and Faculty Now the "policy" has been stated and will be left up to the students and faculty to adhere to. Though there are no definite "rules and regulations,'' it is apparent that administration policy and stand ards have been outlined and are beginning to be under stood as university requirements. The only q_uestJQn 1eil .n the opinions of many students is one of definition -and this seems to be covered by a close reading of Johnshoy's "red memo" and Mayhew's "green" Bulletin. Hiroshige Exhibition gree. Recipient of the LL.B. be held m S-lOO Thursd.ay at Dr. Marie B. Chatham, whose The newly organized Lyre & Edward Preodor represented the degree from Wayne State, Dr. hometown is Philadelphia, Pa., Aulos Music Club presented a Symphony Orchestra with a MacKay is a member of the . r r . n ony received her AB and MA de-. performance of "Chants D'Es-the men in the band are sup plemented with a uniquely feminine uniform dress especially designed for each of the 12 girls who are members of the band. }i'.!'o"r An exhibition of prints . by the fifth floor. Students should be Japanese printrnaker and pamt i!'i::.U:"l! staff lounge Is oft-er Hiroshige will be held in the Michigan Bar Association She Zatts, associate professor of . f G W h' t prevtew of three future concerts pana," by Joaquin Nin, and the . . . . speech at USF grees n;>rn eorge as mg on 1 d i JOm the staff at USF as an . University and her Ph.D. degree at ast Wednes ay . n fin a 1 e from the "Sonata for ass1stant professor of English The represe!lt talent, from the University ,of Maryaudttormm. The performance m-Violin and Piano in C Minor," and humanities from her posiprograrnmmg,_ and land. Prior to her appointment c 1 u d e d the university choirs, by Beethoven. As a result of tion on the staff at Jacksonville sales Will dtscuss career at USF as a lecturer in the concert band and symphony poor placement, the piano often University. opportum_tles for st';ldents course Th Arne , Id D orchestra. Each of these groups overpowered the violl ' n ln the may be mterested m entermg • e ncan ea, r. 1' h e1 Robert C. O'Hara 35 of th fl ld f d' 0 d t Chatham was on the staff of performed some 1g t s ecttons "Chants." Louisville, Ky., his e William & Mary, VPI. from thei r _respective full pr?However, t he performance M.Af. tb:e Radio Month which is observed Dr. Ray ILl. of be presented later this was a very expJ:essive one. The mvers1 Y o omsvil e and ts by the complete industry on a Freeport, I ., receJVed hlS BS Beethoven Sonata was balanced . for his 'doctorate. nation -wide basis. The tag line from University of The Uni'lersity Choir, directed much better and the performers 0 Hara w1ll come to the uni -this year for this special month Illmo1s and h1s MA and Ph.D. by Wayne Hugoboorn, performed handled Beethoven's virtuoso versity here as an assistant pro-is "The Best Sound Around " degrees from the University of "God Is My King" from Cantata passages with ease. fessor of English. from the UniThe WFLA Radio members Iowa. Sweigert has been on the No. 71, by J. S. Bach, and "The The University Concert Band, versity of Minnesota where he plan to speak to students of staff at Georgia Institute of Sound of Music," by Rodgers directed by Gale Sperry, was is presently on the staff. of the various high schools in HillsTechnology since 1929 and will and Harnmerstein: The c h o i r another delight to hear. They Enghsh department. He IS mar-borough County in addition to come to USF as a lecturer in had good control m the cantata performed the "Crown Imperial r1ed and has two sons. the panel held at USF. physics. He is married and has of the and March," by Walton . Other than Joseph G. Bentley, 28, and a The public is invited to hear two sons. balance m Sound of Mu a few weak spots in the reed native of Atlanta, Ga. , is a this panel and questions will be Thomas B. Wenner, 56, and a stc was excellent. section, the band was well bal-graduate of Florida State Unianswered at the close. n a t i v e. of Winamac, Ind. , re-The pi a n o accompaniment anced as a whole. IN WHEEL CHAIR Student Attends Three Colleges ceived degrees from Oberlin blended well with the choir The brass and percussion sec College at Oberlin, Ohio, and and helped create the required tions were well controlled and New York University. Wenner atmosphere. However, in their impressive in their perform has been employed by the U.S. encore, "Tamale Joe," a calypso ances . 'The band did a splendid Government in extensive for-song, the choir was overconfi-job with the tonal colorings of eign travel as a t rave I in g dent and seemed to enjoy them-the picturesque rna r c h. They teacher fellow in international selves to such an extent that h a v e improved tremendously affairs. At the University of they turned out an under-par si nce their last concert. South Florida he will be a lee-performance. If this concert preview gives turer in the course, The AmeriStill, the audience enjoyed it, any indication of the quality of can Idea, and in p o 1 it i c a 1 and as one listener commented, the corning concerts, they will science. Wenner is married and "That's hot stuff!" obviously be well worth attend-has one daughter. Dr. Armin Watkin s and Prof. ing.-J. C. By VIRGINIA MONTES U. for algebra, and returns. to CAMPUS ROUNDUP The band, made up of 40 members of the USF student body, will present a varied pro gram of traditional and con temporary band works featur ing tuba soloist George Uter hardt as the favorite, "Tubby the Tuba." Narrator for this descriptive work will be Dr. Anthony W. Zaitz, associate professor of speech at the uni versity. Varied Program Planned Under the baton of Gale Sperry, director of university bands, a major work composed directly for the concert band medium will b e performed. Vincent Persichetti's recently published "Sym phony for Band" will be performed in its en tirety. Other works on the program by Howard Hanson, William Walton and Percy Grainger will be presented along with a corn position by Director Sperry. "A Bit 0' Scotland," based on three Scottish folk songs will be performed publicly for the first time during this concert. The U niv ersity Events Committee invites all students, fac ulty and the public to attend these concerts . • • • art gallery in the library at USF from Sunday, May 14 to Thurs-ule printed in last week's campus edi day, June 15. The general pubii•_: J;i]f lie is invited to attend as well aminalion In Rm. 02074, and EN as USF students, faculty, and d"&ll staff. The library gallery will 212 <90) should be deleted from tbe be open Monday through Fn math, and his ulti-project. Their constitution is mate goal :iS to work with corn-nearing completion and club A nst the Law puters in interplanetary space pins will soon be available. gal probing. The Cieos have taken in two The parking sticker to which Stricken with polio when he new members, Archie Blount many students object may be was eight years old, Tom was and Allen Fernandez. Tornor proven against the law. A poparalyzed for a time, from his row, they will ratify their conlice officer of a local community neck down, and spent 1lh years stitution. On May 21, the . Cieos stated that this is against the in Warm Springs, Ga., for treat-w iII landscape MacDonald state law which the. rnent and therapy. Today Torn Training Center. An order has application of any obstruction lack s only the use of his legs. been placed for Cieo stationery. on the front windshield of a "Young rna n in a hurry" St. Petersburg Junior College motor vehicle. One student was though h e may be, Torn Davis -A new idea, an Intra-Club informed by a Temple Terrace is the kind that makes us all Sing, was held by the SPJC policeman that his car could sit up and appreciate wha t we Women's Social Clubs recently be towed away for having a have, however little it may be. to enrich the relationship be University of South Florida He's also the type no one can tween the clubs. Each socia l parking sticker on his wi. ndow. help but admire and respect. club participated by singing a ' group of songs chosen from astlc fraternity. Students must their selected themes. carry 15 hours and maintain an Jacksonville University-Coed overall 3.0 average to be Mary Mott was declared Miss eligible. Student Center and Roger BookJacksonville University Con royer captured the title of "Mr. struction of two dormitories, Ugly" at the annual "Evening which will each house 90 stu in Spring" dance h e ld recently dents, is slated to start next by the school. September and should be corn-Gulf Coast Junior College -pleted by the fall of 1962. The Thirteen GCJC students have buildings will include an in been accepted in Phi Theta firrnary, lounge, laundry, snack Kappa after meeting require-and game facilities and s t u d y ments of a "B" or better averrooms. age, ranking in the upper ten University of Florida Miss per cent of their class scholastiA vie Marie Jenkins of Fort cally and approval of the Pierce was crowned "Miss Unifaculty. versity of Florida" in cornpeti University of Miami Next tion which was held for two year freshmen may not b e aldays at Silver Springs. lowed to drive cars on campus Stetson University-Dr. A . M. as a solution to the parking Winchester, chairman of the hi problem now under consideraolo gy department and nationally tion by the Undergraduate Stuknown biologist, was featured dent Government Council. Tne on the television program "Or council will vote on the issue bit" recently. He explained his this week. latest research on the use of Chipola Junior College-Dr. radioactive atoms for t racing James E. president the course of elements in an of the Ba'ptist Bible Institute, a nim al's body. was g uest speaker at the tradi-Florida Southern College -On tional spring convocation, the May 15 and 16, the Vagabonds final convocation for this year. will present "The First Voice or St. Petersburg Junior College Mr. Ohn, " written by a South -Fifty-nine students have been ern student, Romer Justice. formally initiated into the Eta Chipola Junior College -The Nu chapte1 of Phi Theta 1961 summer session will begin Kappa, national honorary scho l -June 14 with Second session students may reg ister July 7. Gulf Coast Junior College A total of 10 courses in both the day and evening division will be offered by Gulf Coast Jun ior College summer school. Re g istration will be held on June 13. University of 1\'liami Jazz singer Nina Simone, a tug-of war, a Greek goddess and elec tions were highlights of the sc hool' s recent third annual Greek Week. University of Florida A statewide campaign to obtain alumni contributions fo r "Dol lars for Scholars" is under way and will continue until May 20. "Go for Two" is the slogan of the drive. Florida State University Plans are currently underway for holding a "Greek Week" next year in either September or October. Activities will in clude open houses, supper so cials, a movie, banquet and dance. Gulf Coast Junior Two GCJC instructors, Herb Good and Floyd Echols, w e r e notified recently by the Na tional Science Foundation that they have been awarded sti pends to atlend Florida State University this summer. "A nice looking housemother (I believe we call 'em head resident at USFl can be a real morale booster, Dean Johnshoy. Here in the UC she thinks of each of us as just one of her boys." (


Slacks Slacks Slacks Slacks Slacks and More Slacks! Florida's Largest Selection! Author Party Set Tomorrow 2 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, May 15, 1961 USF; TU Compete Today Print Copier To Ease Worl{ The second USF. relays, now competently the high jump and pool for the scheduled day, .but For St d t including . two-way competition 220-yard run, respectively, only until 1 p.m . This just U en S Other events include: low means we will have to follow with the University of Tlilllpa, hurdles, quarter mile and mile a tight schedule to finish on The library has recently an-is scheduled for 4:15 p.m. this run, 880-yard dash,. and shot time." attother service reo-afternoon at Chamberlain High put. Richard D. Hunter, assist-The first event of the day, d n . h' . il b 1 Track Field. . ant professor, will conduct the women's 25-yard freestyle, will en g mac me ava a 1_e to a 1 . An autograph party honor-The meet, which will include meet. . go at 9 : 15, followed by the 50students. A photo-cop1er has lf!g V. M. :()() p.m. Res. Women's v1ses the' group which plans . . e rus , as everyone as Council uc 104 h t ' 1 Soct"al Club OH"tcers Another sectwn w1ll deal . . . .7 •30 P u w , . B 'd uc 161 anot er mee mg ater t h 1 s Strl .ctly with student affairs of been callmg 1 t, lS really to be 7'()() .m. T . omen • r• month or in early June F '61 '62 El d . : p.m. ampa Aftvertlslng. Or • ecte government, publications, inter-a membership dnve by all the . Chlb S. Cafe. "Those contemplating major-The Fides sucial Club elected est groups, intramurals, social social clubs at one time. At S:()() p.m. A.A.U. P . Lib. Jn g in any of these areas," its officers for the coming fall groups, and events. Included in the present it is thought that TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1961 . Hertz said, "should contact the and spring semesters, 1961-62, the book will be an events cal-the "drive" will consist of par10:()() un. P .E. office in order to schedule last Tuesday night at their endar. Handbook's student comt'ies and dances 'to which those Lounce courses in the coming semes-regularly scheduled meeting. mittee will be in touch with students who are interested in ' uc 202 ters, and to receive further in-This year's president, Mar-g_roups concerning in_forma-joining a social club will be inuo 203 formation on the club created lene Hennis, handed the gavel tJOn needed for pubhcatlon. vited. students gg for them." over to Shelia Gordon. The folRounding out the book will At the end of this period the English FaeuW. uc 2 i s At the first meeting the mem-lowing are the newly elected be any further information of students should have bers heard guest speaker Philclub officers: vice president, interest of importance to the which club t hey would like to 5:()() p .m. Cleo uc too lip _Patterson, . supervisor . of Marsha Gail Jones; recording students. join after they. have met the 7:00 p .m. Antbropolon TV phys1cal education for Hillssecretary, Marlene Hennis; members of the clubs AlS'O the Show uc Lounge borough County; Marie Howard, treasurer, Joan Farnum; hisFIA Election members will know stu7 '30 p . m . Duplicate tJc 161 elementary supervisor for Hills-torians, Julie Johnson and Meri-dents they are interested in. 3:30p .m. u. symphony oroh. TAT borough County; Dr. Jean A. O'Berry; chaplain, Toy Fia, a newly formed social Dean H . G . Johnshoy has said 10:()() a.m. Interim steering dean .. of College of Ed-D1tzler; chairman,. Paula. club, has spring-semestt.hat the students will not be al-Com. s 100 ucation. and Dr. Hertz. Paster; social club counc1l rep-ter officers They are: presilowed to J 'oin any of the social 'W;EDNESDAY-111AY 17, 1116' A student com1nittee was t ti AI . E • d f' i . 1%:()() Jl;m. JHS Couoc\eloro UC 161 -..resen a ve ! vans, . an dent, B. J. Tynes; 1rst v ce clubs until a-fter they have com1:00 p .m. A-ux. com, uc Ul$ formed to,arrange and plan the rush captam, Lmda McKmght. president Jill Sanders second pleted at least one semester of %:00 p.m. Stereo Li!teninr uc 157 ne)l:t meeting. Members include The installation of ofvice pre;ident, Jonnie 'Bru.ner; college work successfully. By Club Jerry Bell , Theresa Scott, John fleers wlll be held May 23 at corresponding secretary Pat successful it is meant that the Fllles uc 213 Bell Martha Hohnston B'Ob Al-the Inn in Clearwater. McGlone; recording student have at least a 2.0 averEg wood, and Dave Aycock. Guests will be Dr. and Mrs. J. Lois Leach; treasurer, Judy age. 4:()() p .m. Chess Lessons uc 167 ---=--====--:=---V . Blackwell, Mr. and Mrs. ValHagin; chaplain, Caren Read ; The Rush committee hopes to B.()() MAY 18, UJ6pc 226 Includes • Camera • 2-Unit Light Bar e 2 Bulbs 0 MOVIE CAMERA KIT entlne, and Dr. and Mrs. Robert parliamentarian, Jackie Cha.n-have completed the writing of Air Force Reoruitinr Team uc Shannon, of which are the cey; and publicity chairman, the rules by the end of this 11:()() a.m. student !EA clubs advtsors. Ann Hurley. semester but by the beginning little as $1.00 a week Softball L :Plans being made for a of setmesster atBthde latest, Com. eague social prOJeCt. • mg 0 onny y, pres-U. C. Dance Com. • . A University of South Florida !dent . of the S o cIa 1 Club Standings Ski Ciub is being organized. It Counc11 Younr Republicans All-Stars s o 1 Enotas 3 3 is asked that all that are. interll!:OO noon Faculty 4 1 1 Arete ' ested i.n joining the Ski Club Overstatement Dean's 11Ieetlnr 30F GAMES o 6 attend the meeting tomorrow. The treasurer of the Cieo So-4:()() p . m . Chess Lesson• AU-Stars 5, Faculty 5. Tuesday, Room UC 113 at 7:00p.m. Student Dupl Bridre UC 237 s . 10 a.m . cia! Club , Dan Myers, received a iii8 : : : : studeats 38 Game Schedule for Tomorrow financial statement f r 0 m the FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1961 M&r 16, at 4:1.5 Orch"ldS Removed-university stating that the pres4:()() p .m. ProJectionist Club Ad 2073 AU-Stars vs. Revolters. ent balance in the club's treas-Jam SeBSion UC Ball. Enotas vs. Epelta. $ SS 730 83 SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1961 Arete vs. Faculty. Lost Their Blooms ury is 9,8 , . . 9 :()() Danc e uc Ban. Young Middle Age CHAMPAIGN, lll. (JP) -A University of lllinois professor says middle age begins at 26. Thomas H . Cureton Jr., says that's the age at which the powers of the body start to de cline if a person allows himself to go en living as usual. Dr. Cureton Jr., an instructor of physical education for men, said the youthful period is over at 14 for boys and 17 for girls, followed by adulthood which is a leveling eff period. He recommends that persons develop fitness programs to fill the demands of their life and enjoyment. Re gulars around the Adminis tration Building no longer find added beauty in the form of hanging orchids . The orchids, donated to USF by Mrs. Truman Green, were hung in conspicuous places in the patio area of the Adminis tration Building .. Clyde Hill, physical plant di rector, said the orchids , which were removed several days ago , were taken down because of their condition. "Their blooms came off, and they all were wilting, so we sent them down to the nursery, where they could better be taken care of. The wind, sand and humidity were b a d on their existence." Slacks for the R egu lar, Short, Similar Substitute Asked about future similar decorations , Hill said, ''As or chid s come into bloom, and if they are still available for our u se, w e will put them back up." and the Tall! Famous HubJOPLIN, Mo. (JP)-Pla'nning D a mortgage-burning C;eremony at bard Tropic Snow acron a Boy Scout campsite, adult leaders decided it should be and Wool Tropical$. in true scouting style2 for 523 REGULARS .••••. 28-48 SHORTS ..••.. 29-42 LONGS .•••••..•. 31-48 EXTRA SIZES •• 2 for e East Gate e Britton Plaza e North Gat e ignite the mortgage with flint and :.teel. The scout leader stepped for ward with his trusty scout kit. He struck the flint again and again. Plenty ef sparks but the mortgage was unscorched. A helpful companion stepped up and proved that fire can be kindled by flint and steel-in a cigarette lighter. Danger of Compocts OKLAHOMA CITY (JP) -Kay Dyer drives a compact car. Three times in less than three months she was hit by larger vehicles. The third time made her the maddest. PHONE TODAY DECORATOR SERVICE with, NATURAL GAS! She had just gotten her car from the garage after repairs Shopping Center for the s econd accident, and was driving home from work to dine Planning to build or redeco rate • , • Maas Brothers' len ted interior decorators will show you how to make the most of your decorating dollar! They'll plan and su pervise down to the 1 a s t guest towel ••• and at no extra cost to you. DEPENDABLE SERVICE ••• RELIABLE SERVICEMEN Peoples customers don't have to hunt for someo ne with parts and experience to service their appliances •• , they just call Peoples! Routine service and chec k-up calls a re free ••• parts and repair charges are absolute minimum ••• servicemen are fully trained, courteous, dependable! For years, everyone has admitted that natural . gas Is faster and cheaper ••• clean butning, safe and won derfully dependable. What some haven't known is that modern natural gas ranges, water heaters, dryers, fur naces a nd other app liances have had completely auto matic lighters for years! So if you've had an Smoky" complex that made you use a single jack-of all-trades service for your household chores ••• even when it can be proved . that natural gas does half-a-dozen of them better and cheaper ••• it's time you got the facts! How about calling your Peoples office today? e 125 E. Stuart Ave. with friends. While stopped at. Lake Wales a traffic light, a large automobile hit her car from the rear. The driver got out, and explained: "I looked right, I looked left, but I didn't look down. " Falls Still Charm NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. (JP)Niagara Falls hasn't lost its charm for the traveler, accord ing to the Niagara Parks Com mission . In its annual report to the Ontario Provincial Legisla ture, the Commission said two million automobiles and six mil lion people passed through the parks in 1960. Phone Tampa 65 Maas' Gandy Blvd. "Store for Hom es", Tampa . 24-HOUR SERVICE ••• 2-WAY RADIO TRUCKS ' Peopies SINCE NORTH MIAMI • MIAMI BEACH • FORT lAUDERDAlE 215 TAMPA ST. 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