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Nice Twice Clear to partly cloudy through Tuesday. Hich to day and Tuesday 92. Low tonight 72. THE TAMPA TIMES DENNIS THE MENACE 'IODAY Ill .,HI I'IMIS SIXTY-NINTH YEA!{ lv.4 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1961 PlUCE FIVE CENTS • n1ng 1Together For Next Ye ar Chinsegut Hill Conference Little Man on Campus . Stirs Up Ideas for Action By WING PREODOR Students and faculty who attended the recent "Planning for Next Year" confer ence at Chinsegut Hill reported during the free hour last Wednesday that the con ference was successful. However, the final measure of success cannot be made until some of the suggestions and recommendations made by the group can .be put actual use next fall. It was agreed the conference-retreat should be mcluded m • next year's program. The stu1--------...------:-------------, dents and 18 faculty who at tended the conference were chosen from lists prepared by the student senators and some of the faculty: Persons whose names appeared on both lists were invited to attend, and half the remaining names was taken You Can Get Summer Copies Of THE CAMPUS EDITION Eight issues of the Campus Edition of The Tampa Times will be mailed you during the summer for 50 cents. Please fill out this form and leave it with 50 cents at the News Bureau in the Administration Building or at Info Desk in the UC. Name ............... , ... , ............................... . Address (to which copies will be mailed) from each list. The large group was d ivided into smaller disc u ssion groups th ree times shuffling names in such a way that everyone had a chance to exchange ideas with as many other persons as pos sible. The five questions under con sideration were: 1. How is our ., . .. curriculum working? 2. Ho w can student life be best coo r di-City State nated with an accent on learn--USF Photo ORCHIDS AND MARLENE Marlene Hennis, a student, looks over a specimen from the ' Garay collection of orchids in the university's herbarium. The herbarium was featured on a half-hour TV show over WFLA-TV last Saturday and on the garden page of the Tampa Tribune yesterday. 4.000 PLUS -------------------------Followup On Carrollwood's 'Faculty Row' REGISTRATION Summer Sessions Enrollment Rises The enrollment for the sum mer sessions, which begins June 19, is strong and continues to improve, according to Dr. Frank Spain, registrar. More than 200 of the charter class members Orchid Specimens Presented to -usF Last week the editors of the have completed registration for ferent than the regular program. Spain feels that the University of South Florida has not re ceived applications from foreign students due to not a well known university as yet. The university received full accreditations by the United States Immigration and Natural ization Service 18 months ago. By BETTY J. WOODARD to Canada in 1948, he was emUSF has become the reposi-ployed as a railroad "Campus Edition" ran a story on "Faculty Row" in Carroll wood. The story had been around the editor's desk for . . a year before finding a pos1t10n tory of an outstandmg collection as botanist at the University of several months and nee'ding of orchid specimens through the Toronto where he resumed his some filler we ran it adding ge-nerosity of Dr. G('orge R. studies. He curator of a couple of paragrap.1s at the research fellow with the Ames Herbanum at Harvard end from information more ) G H b t H d tn 1958 recently picked up. 1 arey er anum a ar;ar In making his collection availOur faculty advisor said we University. Dr. Cooley obtamed able for purchase, Dr. Garay could have picked better ad the collection and presented it said that be felt important col-jectives in a few places and to the university through the lections of botanical specimens be added that the story drew USF Foundation. shoul? be as fu.lly dispersed as a complaint from an employe practical to avo1d the danger of of Sunstate Builders and a The specimens, which recent-loss in any future war. He thus faculty wife. However, it in ly arrived on the campus, arc favored the USF location. turn sparked a demand for to be incorporated into the uni-The large Schleeter collection extra copies of the "Campus versity's herbarium, according of orchids housed in Berlin was Edition" of that issue and to Dr. James D. Ray, associate lost in this way during World when we ran low one faculty War II, leaving the exact appll-member said, "I really don't professor of botany. cation of' some of Schleeter's need the entire paper. Just The orchid collection includes names for orchids in doubt. give me five or six clippings specimens native to all parts or Since the other large American of that story to send friends orchid collection Is that at Har-and relatives." the world. Unlike the large and vard University, the University Well, the orig'inal story was colorful horticultural for m s, of Smith Florida's location at a done with tongue in cheek. most of the specimens in th.e distance from Massachusetts But now we wonder was the Garay collection. are and in proximity to the tropics demand for clippings kicked e1ed ar;d. relatively mconsp.Jc-makes it a particularly fitting up by pride of homeowner uous, stmilar to orchids native repository for the Garay collec-ship or perhaps a feeling of to Florida. However, they rep-tion a "bit of status." resent an almost infinite variety -----------------------------------------the summer and 150-200 new students have filed applications. These numbers will continue to increase until registration is closed June 21. Total registration is expect<'d to bl' bf'tween 600 and 800. Schedule The following is a copy of the release containing all cor rection concerning registration: I. Summer School <1-3 is for presently enrolled USF stu dents) 1. June 14: 9-12 a.m. , 1-4 p.m. There are several students on campus who are not U . S. citizens but they are not officially recogniz<'d as intf'rnatiQnal l'.tu, do not pos scss a passport or visa which states that the owner is in the United States to attend college. Those on campus who are not citizens are Cuban refugees or their parents have moved into this vicinity from Canada. 2. New students w i 11 have orientation on June 15 Pres1 • dent and will register on June 16. II. 1961-62 Fall Semester for students who have been in at tendance at the University of South Florida (whether attend ing summer school or notl. Praises Faculty 1. July 24--August 4 accord-ing to the following guide The University of South Flor-for the last name: ida Senate held its last meeting July 24 C-D July 31 Q-R of the school year at 4 p.m. July 25 E-G Aug. 1 S-T Friday, May 26, and heard Dr. July 26 H-K Aug. 2 U-Z John S . Allen, USF president, July 27 L-M Aug. 3 A-B July 28 N-P Aug. 4 Cleanup compliment the faculty for III. New Fall semester stu-teaching in such a fine manner dents courses that bad been planned in sizes and shapes of flowers and leaves, as well as a great many countries of origin. 4,000 Speclmens More than 4,000 pressed and By appointmentSeptemfor them before they arrived. No Stop in Campus Edition _dried specimens, photographs, drawings, and written descrip tions are included in the col lection. Many of the orchid specimens and records were ob-The University of South Flor-once a month. Just address testing and registration. into a vacuum and had an un-ida Campus Edition of The notices to: Adviser, Office of IV. Evening students precedcnted challenge in fulfill-Tampa Times will continue dur-Campus Publications. Deadline 1. New-by appointment-ing obligations such as electing ing summer school being avail-is noon Wednesday before date September 18 or 19 officers of the student body, able on the following dates: of publication. 2. Returning -by appoint-senators and writing a constitu-June 19, 26; July 3 , 10, 17, 24, Meanwhile, faculty and stu-ment September 26 or 28 tion / tained by Dr. Garay during his ,., studies in the large herbaria at 31; and Aug. 7. The first issue dents wJJo will not be on camIMPORTANT N 0 T E: Pay-----------in the fall will be out Oct. 2, pus during the summer may n:ent will the reservaaily Schedule Vienna, Kew, Geneva, Paris, and Stockholm. the first day of classes. subscribe to the Campus EditJon of spaces m. During the summer faculty tion for 50c for the eight issues. commencmg h1s regis and administrative offices may These will be mailed to any tratlon should be prepared to MONDAY, .JUNE 5 , 1961 7:30p.m. U.W . C . Bridge UC 167 TUESDAY, SUNE 6 , 1961 Dr. Garay, a native of Hun gary, had a varied career in learning his specialty. He made his way westward in 1944 from find the frequency of publica-address. Subscriptions may be pay. tion helpful in spreading offi-placed at the News Bureau in As of now, d.oes not .have cial notices as the Green Bulle-the Administration Building or a n Y recogmzed tin, the official administrative the Information Desk in the students. The program for m publication, will be issued only University Center. ternational students is no difp.m. Education Din. UC 103 7 : 00 p.m. Anlbropolon TV UC Lounge THURSDAY, SUNE 3 . 1 961 the University of Pees where he was a student. After going CAMPUS ROUNDUr J I :00 a.m. English Facully UC 215 12:00 p.m. Human BehaYior UC 103 Deans'-. Meeting UC 167 6:00 p.m. Health Adv. Din. UC 264 Might Get Entrance Sign By CAROL MARTIN Florida State University -Universtiy of South FloridaSaturday 706 students received The blue-prints for a landscap-bachelor of science degrees, 129 1 d' bachelors of arts degrees, and ing project, inc u mg a sign, at nine students bachelor of music the m a i n entrance drive at d e g r e e s. One hundred and Fowler Avenue , thirty-seven candidates received have been given masters degrees, and 37 doctor-to Dr. John S. ate degrees. Allen, president, Florida Southern College -for his approval. Description of The 119th annual Florida Meth-t he project in-odist Conference has b e e n eludes a brick scheduled at Florida Southern, wall, that isn't June 5-9. Speaking at the conr e a 11 y a wall, ference w i 11 be Gov. Farris shaped in a semi-Bryant and tbe Rev. Jessie circle. The USF Engle of the Methodist Board seal w i 11 be on of Missions in New York. the wall, and the University of Miami -Tele-U n i v e r s i ty of phone curfew in the girls dorms South Florida will appear in has been cut one half-hour, from !arge letters across the top of 11:30 until 11 p.m. The cut was the wall. Once the sign is up, blamed on the girls lack of co visitors should no longer ask, operation at getting off the "Where are the bird shows." phone at the assigned time. University of Tampa -Final Florida Presbyterian College exams were held last Monday -A $219,000 bequest and a through Friday fo'r TU students. $100,000 matching grant have Commencement s e r v i c e s are been given to FPC by Mrs. E. planned for this morning at . 10 Earl Elliot, who resided in St. a.m. at the Britton Theater. Petersburg until her recent I f , I death. The matching grant was offered by an anonymous donor. University of Florida -Phi Beta Kappa initiates became members of the national scho lastic honorary society at a banquet held recently in the Student Service Center. The 21 initiates include two alumni and nine graduating students. Florida GuH Coast Art Cen ter -For the first time since the mid-50s the campus at the FGCAC will be open to students during the summer months. University of Tampa -The University of Tampa has re ceived a check for $1,000 from the United States Steel Corp. This unrestricted grant is part of U .S. Steel's aid to education program. The university has been the recipient of this grant for five years. Florida Southern College Sandy Smith of Sarasota, presi dent of the Women's Student Govenment Association, has an nounced t h a t the freshmen women next school year will j c have many new and more I school special projects commit-lenient rules. tee. Florida State University _ A Florida Southern College :new fellowship from the U . S. Summer school at Southern Will , Steel Foundation is now avail-be held from June 1.2 through able at FSU for graduate study Aug. 4 . All wtll con. in the fields of music. child dem a1rcond1t10ned velopment or meteorology. Ap. plications will be accepted by Flortda Presbyterian College the acting dean of the graduate 18-ycar-old youth so ex-school Dr. T. R. Lewis . cephonal. that he entered ' . before high school graduatwn College has won the "grand prize" of FPC s fund has scholastic rating _ a National surged up_ward w1th announce-Merit Scholarship. ment of e1ght new $500 awards .Jacksonville University to be granted each year by the Closed circuit television, trans Foundation of mitting from Swisher audi m the area of.math and sc1ence. torium to classrooms in the University of Miami-Several University Council Building, University of Miami students will begin in the fall. A basic are reported missing in action history course will be the pia in Cuba. One, Joe Fernandez, neer effort. is reported to have been a pilot St. Leo College-History was of one of the B26 bombers shot made June 1 w h e n the first down on "Invasion Day. " graduating class attended hac-University of Florida-Cmdr. calaureate service. Alan Shepard, first American St. Petersburg Junior College space astronaut, is being in--Alumni, 1960-61 graduates, vited to speak on campus this and their families attended the summer, according to Barry free anual picnic recently at the Coleman, head of the summer college. ing? 3 . How can our instruction be improved? 4. How to be a spohomore? 5. What should our long range plans be? Buzz, Buzz, Buzz The group was first divided into buzz sessions of six people each to "brainstorm" one gues tion after another and report their ideas to the entire con ference. Then each buzz group came together with a n o t h e r buzz group and each of the five re sulting groups was assigned one of the five questions to discuss. "By th' way, Ed, Dr. Fernandez said that's high powered acid in that Coke bottle." SPARK OF HOPEUSF Senate Sees Need for BY JOHN GULLETT The importance of athletics on the University of Sout h Florida campus received a big shot in the arm recently when the University Senate recognized publicly the need for suc h a Finally, the conference was divided into three groups for discussion and e x c b a n g e of ideas on all the questions. The reporters las t Wednesday were representatives of these three groups. Students Report program. . . . . Reporting for the conference The action as a or extenslVc mqu1ry o f the were .Tim l{}apps and Wing Preproblem by Dennis Granda , stu------odor. dent senator. Granda was pres-has an idea a s to h ow a portio n In regard to the first ques-ent ':"hen .the May 26 Senate of t his can be raised , tion
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. , EDITORIAL student Interest Quesioned USF Choir's Concert Is Inspiring Th. e Tampa Times A primary force in the editorial policy of the Cam pus Edition has been one of aiding in the development of stl.J,dent rights. Reasoning behind this is simple: It University of South Florida Campus Edition (Pare 1 and Page 2 Staff) was believed that the students possessed the intelligence, By JOE maturity, .judgment, ability and interest to govern them-The Choir and the Editor : .... ............................ Betty J. Woodard selves. This isbecoming a very difficult generalization University-Community Chorus to put much belief in. ' presented a concert with R. Managing Editor ....••••••••• ; ••... Rodney H. Intramural Editor .. , •..• , , , . , •••........... John Gull!ltt The recent ratification of the Student Association WaY n e Hug o boom, director, constitution added to the scales on the opposite side ... 28, in the Teac h the side which would call for a weighted administration ing Auditorium-Theatre. control of all student functions. Why? Not because the The university choir pre constitution was not ratified, or that it was particularly sented three selections in Ger weak. overall or in parts, but because of the extremely man from santata No. br, Faculty Adviser ...... , ................. George H. Miller Other staff members: Carol Martin, Bill Blalock , Martha Jean Ekker , Wing Preodor, Virginia Montes and Jim Dixon. Address all communications lO Office of Campus Publications, Room 224, University Center. Phone WE 8-4131 , Ext. 118. . . f . . f f t d t J. S. Bach, God Is My Kmg. poor o mterest m any orm . o s u en govern-Presente d b y the combined T . U ment, as Witnessed by the vote. choirs were three short selec-ampa • Though a new staff of newswriters will greet tions, the Lord" by T • h this summer and next fall, it is believed the editonal Let Thy Holy Pres-r1ump S f C Ed't' .11 t t e n ce by Tchnesvokov, and I T • pohcy o your ampus lIOn '!'.1 remam an "Eze kiel Saw de Wheel" by n enniS However, 1t doe s weaken the pos1t1on of any wnter to Dawso n. The major work per-. . take definite stands behind a .student body that refused formed b y the combined choirs UmversJty of T a m P a h d' 1 t th "M G" b s h Tenms Club, the f irst off-to accept every opportumty placed at t e1r 1sposa o e ass m Y c ucampus team to play on USF's prove that they do possess the traits necessary to Sh . 1 ll . f new courts, made no bones such rights. . 0 about it in the Thursday, May . . It is difficult to determine where the weakness r lt' B h ith th 25, match as they : . . . . . 1cu ac . pa ssages w e downed the1r hosts 4-3 .. has. Is 1t a problem of commumcatlon, of leadership, nece ssary v1gor and A total of 12 sets' played or of individual interests? Each 'student-citizen' of USF The three short selectwns between singles players from is responsible to himself and to the university. The Latham, Tchnesvokov, . USF ahd TU in addition to five . . Da wson we r e performed With ' , nght to vote IS also a duty owed not only to oneself elegance and vivacity doubles p_lays: USF s victori es b t t ' f 11 t d t ' all came m smgles play: Larry u 0 one S e OW. S U en S. . The program was highlighted Touzeau downed George Shary, Surely there Will be a great deal of pnde felt when by Schubert's "Mass in G." 6-2 2-6 6-4 Frank Hancock our underclassmen arrive in the fall and we tell them This work included Plbm , , .6-4, 6-1; Dick of the Stude.nt Association and of the interest shown so l os by Mrs. Starlmg, B a c h m a n eliminated Fomad t'f' t' f 't t't ti b th l dsl'd soprano , Jack Smith, tenor, and Nassim 6 _ 2 4 _ 6 6 _ 1 m tra ltonlio htilS cons 1 tub on 1./ 6 .. f yth e t and 1 et Thomas O'Kelly, baritone. USF marks in VO e o . JUS s g Y more an 0 e S U e n . Also i ncluded were members the loss column include: populatiOn! -J.D. of the . University Symphony Storrs and Ton y Moore; doubles, Orchestra giving a fine per-Bachman and Hancock Dave formance with the choir. The Aycock and Reggie Secllta. orchestra and soloists _blended Richard Hunter, physiCal edu and balanced well w1th the cation professor and coordina choir. tor of the event, expressed a SOCIAL ACTIVITIES.;_; Banquets, Elections -. . End s Social Season The polyp h'Onic devices used strong possibility of increased by Schubert gave the performactivity between the two uni ers an opportunity to display versities on the extramural level their virtuosity and musician-in the fall. , ship. As a whole, the entire conr-;;;;;o;;;;;;o;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;, cert was th rilling. . Hugoboom and the performLEO BATELL, M.D. Announces the Removal of H i s Offlc:u To. TIM By VIRGINIA Mc;>NTES tieing for the Delphi • Fide.!' ers should be commended for One thing tha t everyone here "Powderpuff football game." t h e i r ,splendid performance. TEMPLE TEitRACII! PHONE TODAY FOR DECORATOR SERVICE Whether. your p roblem is a c:omp[.efe faee lifting for your hcime or brightening • negleet. ed corner . , • th. e expert ad viee of Mus '8(others' deeort• tors is at your 'eommand ••• a t no extra c:od to you I Phone Tampa 65 at USF has fo admit is the fact Siges , women's social_ club, Summari zing the concert in o that fraternity and sorority life has decided on t h ei r -offic i al two words, it was "magnificent PROF'ESSJONAL IILDQ, 211 Bullard Parkway Here's the first trophy for the Univetsity of Florida trophy case, when ( oops , social club life that is) club colors, motto ahd pin. The and insp i ring." it's built. The trophy, a silver bowl, won by Larry Conners in a regiOnal College has certainly grown; from a -0 colors , green and w h ite will . be ---------to a plus 300 . used on sweatshirts and bl azers Off• • 1 N t• ' Unions Table Tennis Tourney, is admired by Mrs. Phyllis Marshall, USF head Remember last September which will be ordered in the 0 ICeS resident, and housemother to the girls' dorm. The bowl is about two-quart size or when we first opened, nc:i one near future. usED BooKs m b h d 1 Fld lhe lJC Arl J11.fe ase n WOUld hold SOme 21/2 pounds Of Unshelled peanuts. had ever heard of Arete, es, The Siges motto " Together LIBRARY B.OOKS are du. e not later fur fue 10ld1 Chinsegut-Hill Fitting for Retre.at PI however the number of social ceri_ty," is based on the co ncep t entL.I;, a n n I . n g clubs on campus has grown to of the "star of sincerity" whic h ol o rlenl allon arid advillng prorram. about 12 (an d there arestill is carried in the club's emblem STUDENT wm share room In her more forming); and the names and oin. _ prlv Tri-SIS , P_ai .dei a Cieo, Enotas pin consists . of a four" Together and Delphi have berome comcornered star entwined wi th. the monplace. . letter " S." Siges will meet. bi clubs are active, busy, monthly during the summer. growmg and probably the most The Enotas men's social club By BILL BLALOCK JR. gro unds impressed students and F F II popular _of all_ clubs on campus. has held election of officers Chinsegut Hill which transstaff alike as the prototype of 0 r a As thiS SOCial ;.rear com es to next year. The n ew offi<::ers are 1 a t e d from Eskimo means the Southern plantation. a close, the clubs look as follows: President, D a 9 i.d .. _ . . . . The 14-room house and sur-ahead to active , prosperous , ( Kiwi ) Ivy; vice president, Dick where thmgs of the spint rounding acreage is now b eing (Continued from Page 1) and _growmg summer,. and Houghton; sec r c tar y, John Which have been lost are reused by the university as i ts certamly a more achve an Ward; chaplain, Ed Hill; and discovered," was a fitting locabotanical research center. The level; that attendance at free prosperous semester. pledg e master, Bert Ma r shall. tl.ol:l for the 1 1st USF studen 't mansion is used to house visit-hour concerts and lectures im. Most social clubs . have deThe Enotas will hold an in. . . t . . . c1ded on the fraternity or sod t' t J 10 t th INFANTS ancl CHILDREN Gandy Blvd. ..Stora lor Homu". Tamp
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\ rY Movies Today NEVER WAVE AT A WAC, 4:30 p.m. (8). Amusing comedy that looks at life in the Army, from the feminine side. .BROKEN STAR, 11:30 p.m. (13). A U.S. deputy marshal murders a rancher for gold and tries to explain the killing as self defense. Howard Duff stars. Tuesday -. TV'S'BEST TONIGHT . ------Kennedy's Trip 8-13-38 PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S TRIP TO EUROPE, ALL NETWORKS. Programs will provide evaluations and roundups of the summit conferences in Paris with President De Gaulle, Vienna with Premier THIS IS 1\IY LOVE, 9 a.m. (8). A romantic frustration of two sisters who fall in love with the same man. Linda Darnell Khrushchev and London with Prime Min ister Macmillan. "Presidential Mission," on ABC, is scheduled for 11:15 p.m. with Bill Shadel as anchor man; "J.F.K.-Re port No. 8," on NBC, is scheduled for 10:30 with Frank McGee as anchor man; "The Kennedy Mission," on CBS, is sched uled for 8 with Charles Collingwood as anchor man. stars. WEDU-CETV) Channel 3-Tampa Tonight 6:00 The Written Wor d 6:30 Pageant 7:00 Frontiers of Science 7:30 Topic 8 : oo Within the Family 8:30 Young Worlds 9:00 TBA 9:30 Heritage 10:00 American Perspective 10:30 Industry on Parade 10:45 Off .the Air Tuesda.y 8:50 This Western World 9:15 School news 9:20 The FIRST R 9:40 Sciel)ce In Our World 10:00 Tele-Math 10:25 People and Places 10:45 United States History 11:10 The Science of Life 11:40 Music by Americans 11:50 American History ing corners 1:05 Habiemos Espanol 1: 50 Science In Our World 2: 10 Quickstep 2:20 This Western World U& World 3:15 Bulletin Board 3:30 Homemaking Today tro 5:00 Danny Dee S:30 Quest for Adventure. ADVERTISEMENT B $1500 F • us 2:r:d: air 2 -2222 BUY 4U OLSALE ANYTHING NEW USED 3 YEARS TO PAY For Free Estimate Call RE 6-0024 DON'T FIDDLE AROUND! We loan you • set if yours requires shoD work. CALL 32-9251 33-2291 31-3831 AMERICAN I I I I RADIO . . . TELEVISION . 2907 E. 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