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7. l'J Ceyer Up Considerable cloudiness through Tuesday. Winds 8-18 m.p.h. High today 87. Low tonight 69. SIXTY-NINTH YEAR-No. 114 TH ' E TAMPA TIMES TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 19. 1961 University Of South Florida Cam.pus Edition PRICE FIVE CENTS First USF Summer School Draws Over 750 Students Wednesday IS Deadline For Registration, Shifts The University of South Flor-to 200 teachers returning to opportunity for course adds and ida moved into its first sumcampus activity for the summer. drops. After Wednesday everymer session today with more The 19 classes seemed one be set for their acato draw a fa1rly heavy enrolldemic load. than 750 students registered and ment. Very few classes were It should not be ll k with Dr. Frank Spain, Jr., reg-dropped because of lack of enhowever, as the even; co:t: istrar, saying the figure may rollment. tee has a sizeable program for push 800 by the time all late Wb.l Gofod Sttartd ts the University Center. The . . . 1 e a ew s u en were events committee has Dr Armin registratiOns are m. having trouble finding the right Watkins associate of Roughly the breakdown of the classroom this morning most music USF scheduled for total estimated enrollment runs classes were off to a good start concerts at both 11 a m and something like 100 fresh-and the had man:\:' look8:30 p.m. Thursday of th.is men fresh from high school, be-ers surveymg the locatwn of Details on recreational activities tween 450 and 500 old. students material they plan to use in the may be found at the informa (those who had been m school future weeks. tion desk in the University during the past year} continuing Late registration ext e n d s Center. in summer session, and some 150 through Wednesday as does the Unique EXPerience FOR NEWCOMERS ONLY USFIs Unusual Southern Campus Students registered in the USF summer session will be sharing in a unique experience which will be watched by many officials, perhaps by many at Tallahassee and a few at Gainesville. They will be watch ing to see how successful is a summer school at a campus where all buildings, and that means all classrooms, are air conditioned. Will attendance BY STAFF WRITERS hold up on the hottest of days If this is your ' first day in class at USF you have a and will the library use a high 1 d rating as its air conditioned rea experience ahea of you. As far as we know we study areas draw students from have the only totally air conditioned university going, the hot outdoors? we have one of the best library buildings in the South, a With a shift to a fuller use Little Man on Campus '\ , SUMMER READING University Center unmatched in Florida, and a Teaching of university facilities in the "The Animal Farm," by George Orwell, has been selected as the All-Univer-Auditorium-Theatre which John future, a move most faculty feel Little Man on Campus, Worthal, above, shows up sity Book for the summer session. The book is suggested reading for all students Caldwell, associate of on a Xerox duplicator. And you is coming, an:swers. to this for late registration. As he made it he will be with and Staff members. All-Um"versity books are te. rmed as fall' test material and theatre arts, can use as subJect sleep with a lot easier consesslOn wtll be mterest-in th th i ht is f th "C matter for waving his arms and science. mg.. For n e w c o m e r s unac-us e 0 er e g summer sues 0 e ampus have been used .as such in past final exams. talking for hours. quamted with the background Edition." :.._________________________ Some of the veterans back on If Goeut Close to Nature on Florida's university system 1---------------------:------campus say the pool tables in . Y .get .a up feel-it can be said that the system 'An•lmal Farm' STUDENTS HONORED the uc
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2 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, June 19, 1961 ADS NEED SANCTION MORE ABOUT-Th _ e Tampa Times Red Tape Snags Universit.Y o{ South Florida C:tmpus Edition n the followmg Tuesdays at R t • . horseshoes, stakes medicine Helvey wdl serve NASA pn-nouncement from . At the meetmg of the Func-the College of Basic Studies 10 a.m. in the University Cen-ecrea tonal Opportumt1es balls, volley balls basket-marily in an educational and the university. b?ns and Public Relations Com-said the Policies and Planning ter, Gallery Lounge. . TENNIS-:-There are s1x ten-balls. Groups requiring this public relations way represent-Johnson w 1 11 m1ttee were three requests Committee would not be meetTUESDAY, June 27: Dr. Wesniflex tenms courts for use by service should make a request ing NASA n kl j 0 in the USF permission to sell advertis-. ing before September. ley Davis will discuss his most students, faculty and staff. Only well in advance at the Unio spea ng engage-staff June 19 His mg for campus publications. This seems t b recent "The Night of the shoes perW!rsity Center information desk. ments_ throughout the country duties will . inthe yearbook, vertising Panther. . . . rmtted. Balls may be purchased Swimming op-speakmg on the present and c 1 u d e assisting hterary and a hand-ber which may be too late for TUESDAY, July M. ;: campus store. Rackets portumtles m the area are avail-future NASA p r o gram and the news media book wh1 ch would be handled any assistance to a yearbook Newton Jr., of . e _checked out fr?m t_he able. Hours and fees are posted other t 0 p i c -s . of aero-space in coverage of by a group. scheduled for delivery in the T_he Tampa Tnbune w1ll d1scuss ormahon desk, Uruvers1ty at the various pools in Tampa. . university Johnson The ma]on_ty of members spring of 1962. his 1 :7cent thought-provoking enter. . . SPECIAL EVENTS-All-Uni-science. . . . . ties and other writing assign-of the commlttee beheved .that Merilee O'Berry and Gu book, Crusade for Democracy ." C GOLF-Forest versity deep-sea fishing excur-Helvey w1ll contmue w1th h1s ments both of a news and techwould harmful to umver-Ross, who represented th. e yea!. TUESDAY, Aug. 1 : Pat Frank lub has made their fac1llties s1on tentatively planned for current load on the USF campus nical nature. slty pubhc . to have book staff at the committee famous author of such available at a student rate of Saturday, July 22 . 11 students sellmg w1th the hand meeting, indicated the financJ"g books as "Mr. Adam,:• "An Af-as we as work with NASA. Johnson. is a graduate of the out" for so many projects f .. fair of State," "Hold Back the MO.RE FOR NEW School of Journa)ism and Com-Dr. Howard Johnshoy . dean o. ha yearboo!r was doubtful Night," "The Long Way Around" COMERS munications at _lhe of student affairs, out Wlt out advertising. and "Forbidden Area" will dis-of Florida, where he receiVed to the committee that if we de-cuss his current best-seller u I s th c the B.S.J. degree in 195_8. He sire campus publications there HARD OF HEARING "Alas, Babylon," recently fea: . n usua . ou ern a m . pus then two years m the must be me'thod open to ---tured on Playhouse 90. Army. Durmg the year h _ e finance them. . ONLY Dahlberg Headna Aids Lecture Features . . \las. been taking additional This brought !l recommends-. areliiiiid in Good Housekeeping Pomerantz Speaks D r . Harris I. Pomerantz, di rector of the University of South Florida's speech and hearing center, addressed members of the 8th annual Speech and Hearing Conference and the 5th annual Exceptional Children's Conference at meetings held June 13-15 on the USF campus. PHONE TODAY FOR DECORATOR SERVICE Whether your problem is a complete face lifting for your home or brightening a neglect ad corner ••. the expert od vice of Maas Brothers' decora tors is at your command , , , at no extra cost to you! Phone Tampa 65 A series of lecture/discussions H M . . cabon courses at the University tion by the committee that the BUYERS GUIDE -concerned with the emerging as . any Spectal Features of Florida. Plannirig"andPolicyCommittee CaiiTodayforFREEtrial patterns of education and sci-Johnson will work with John PH 2 811 citizens Bldg. ence will be presented on the W. Egerton, news bureau editor p f W k• following Tuesdays at 10 a . m . in (Cont• u d t p 1) . . who retu.rned to the campus on ro • . at InS Science Auditorium 111 : . m . e rom age . the teachmg auditorlUm made rooms; Pepsi-Cola is nearby a part-time basis last week. TUESDAY, July ll: "Beyond bon room with pool tables, ping Madamoselle Magazine as the alsd. ' Egertop was ip.jured in an auto Piano Concert These Horizons " a renowned pong tables, and card game background for some Most of the faculty members accident last October and panel of scientists where several of the sharper fashion shots. April issue we can give you a good sales talk lintil early May. He is IS Thursday will discuss new horizons in the boy_s, the reports say, earned lieve. _open stairwa:l:'s on USF and most of the ex-still on crutches. George H. . aero-space age and the science their 1960-61 tuition. For the real skirtwh1ppers on w 1 n d freshmen who just completed Miller, director of the wo-rkThe University of South Flor-frontiers in space exploration. clinic with free asdays. their first year of university study pro_gram, : has will_ present Armin Watkins TUESDAY, July 25: "Emerg-prrms 1s across the hall. The administration building, work are real believers, too. served as actmg ed1tor smce m a concert Thursday, ing Patterns in Education," a On the mam level are several that's where you re_gistered, is Many would _like USF to be will now June at 11 a.m . . and 8:30 well known educator discusses lounges and the bookstore. One perhaps best known for its patio known as a distinctive and dis devote his full ttme to the workp.m., in the Teachmg. Audi-the current patterns and trends lounge, as well as the card club which is perhaps the tinguished university. program an_d continue as torium-Theater. Included on the in a "science minded" world. on the lower deck, has TV for photographed spot on any camOne of the biggest headaches the off1ce of campus program will be Beethoven's TUESDAY, Aug. 8: "New Di-free. The b?okstore is wotth the pus in America. Yankee tourists on the campus has bee1. publications. "Sonata in A Flat Major, Opus rections in Educational Tele-trip even 1f you never buy a expose a lot of film there as commumcattons. A few remind26"; _ Prokofieff's "Third Sonata vision." Holt Riddleberger pro-textbook-and for those just well as students. As the uni-ers might help: Every Monday Zefler Boff Opus 28"; and gram director WEDU , wili disfor summer it has a versity has not had an entranceat 12:30 noori copies of the "Uiii T • "Carnival." cus:; new in edumce collectwn of USF souvenirs. way sign since Hurricane versity ?f Florida CamIn Tra•ln•rng As _ .Dr. Watkins, professor of mu-cabonal teleV1s10n, recent ex-Girls Donn Off Limits blew the old one down pus Edition of The Tampa s1c at the USF, is well known in periments in instructional TV, If :v.ou use the elevator service many a erson Times are _free in the 5 d R d the Unittld States and in Europe and the new techniques for in the UC just don't go above arnved at the lobby of Umvers1ty Center. pee ea erS for his recitals, concerto appear_the media of edu-the second floor-girls' dorm information desk th This edition attempts to carry D R b t L Z t1 d. ances with major ochestras, catwnal you know and Mrs. Phyllis Mar-mg they were entering Busch a daily official notices. r .. 0 er er, . irector and broadcasts over radio and Art Skills Series shall, head resident r ink 2nd floor, s1de, fered by the Reading Center at doctorate from Indiana Unihom': and _m the cla:;sroom. Most of the "Events" programs thrown in by unthoughtful tration Buildm% -that s JUSt the University of Delaware, be-vers1ty. Soc1al and Fnlls Series are held here in the main audi-pranksters. east of -the ,sta1rs . ginning today. Students, faculty, and staff, senes .of three programs torium which seats 599. No one Another thing of which the Acce-;tt a on Learning . Dr. Zetler and Dr. Bott are as w-:n .as the general public, mamly of. mterest to women has ever figured out why they administration is proud b the bulletm attending the reading course to are mvlted to this concert. and everyday charm, didn't make it an even 600. It this building is the n ont the east S1de of determine the feasibility of There will be no admission current fashwns, and flower ar-has real relaxing seats and the lab. Even if you have no to ti eb to the such a program at the Unicharg_e_. _______ _ rangmg. The programs will be programs are worthwhile al-there stop in sometime and carries officlal versity of South Florida, If the . 2 p.m. <>z! a loQk -southwest corn e Slatter in the fJrogram is .f ,o'!nd to be feasib1e, U .SF Colors M"areh WEDNESDAY J 2S "E P th f . J m sesswns ground floor. is the keeper of the keys to this he first step m setting up sucti I H d p d eryday Charm"....:_a 10 e Look The campus is some nine official board and passes on at USF will be t.o n arvar ara e onstration by Joann Torretta of The science bu'ldi i th 10 miles from downtown what goes in. A glass covered a. number of the. umThe official colors of the Torretta Finishing and Modela look even if n n; rs Tampa. Best way is to go west board in the UC carries the verslt? s faculty members_ m University of South Florida, the ing School. class scheduleJ the:e.e Andve 3 to Florida and south .. If schedule and two sandthe course durmg nation's newest state university, WED N E s DAY, July 19: that artwork on the outside are headmg for Ybor C1ty WlCh boards, which look as if e school year. were worn by Dr. George R. 1t 1s best to go East and then they were rescued from a bankThe program would then be, recipient of USF's first south from Fowler Avenue on rupt carnival, one each in the come a part of the functional honorary doctor's degree and HE GREW HAIR 46th Street . . And if you want north south entrances of the English course during the fall member o{ the staff at Harvard to take a drlVe and not go anybuilding, carry term. of 1962. Functional Eng-University, in the June 15 com where we have the road for the cultural 'events" program. lish 1s a required course for all mencement exercises at Har that too-just take 30th Street USF is a friendly campus-freshmen entering USF. vard, the nation's oldest univer-north fr_om the west edge of ask anyone aquestion, you usuUnder the program in rapid sity. th_e campus .. It goes nowhere, ally get a reasonable answer. reading students are taught to During the commencement Before Erickson Treatment A Few Months Later Mr. T . . A. .• of Pa. (above) gave about 20 mmutes of h1s time for an mterview with the Erickson representativesaved and regrew his hair in only a few months with the exclusive home method. I mlles of it, JUSt up in the cyBy the way-we have no inread with thorough comprehen-procession Dr. Cooley wore the press swamps and a dead end. tercollegiate athletics, no mas-sion at high rates of speed. ho_od of his honora':'Y doctor of For those 21 and older Schlitz cot, no school . song-the Ac-Many read at rates of 10 000sc1ence degree, wh1ch is lined and Budweiser have hospitality cent's on 12 ,000 words per minute. ' in green and gold, indicating that the degree was conferred F. R. Meyer Added to Staff For Summer Dr. John S. Allen, USF presi dent has announced the appoint ment of Dr. Floyd R. Meyer as a professor of education in the college of education during the summer session. Crossword Puzzle 1 Guarantee 7 Candies 13 Makes happy 14 scored 16 Help 17 Brazilian palm 19 Withered 20 Ocean movement 21 Pennies 22 Goddess of diseord 23 Printing measure 49 German elty 50 Ancient city of Egypt 51 First king of Israel 53 Like 54 Revised version (abbr.) 55 Eight (comblnlng form) 58 sacred . song 60 Plant of llly!amily 62 Equal 63 Leather strip 64 Moves up 11 Row 12 SOber 13 Invention protection 15 Abandon 18 Trap 24 Bone 26 Hindu woman's garment 29 Friend o! Pythias 30 Break out 31 Be sick 33 Encounters 34 vows 36 Dance step 37 Unopened 43 Grinding tooth 45 Living in oxygen 46 Buy into 48 Activity 49 Plural ending 52 Church recesses 53 Plenty 56 AfteUtOOD socials . 57 Department inN.W. France 59 Race track circuits 60 Adjoin by the University of South Florida. 1 Olb. Sirloin A STAKE FOR HARD TO-P LEESE FATHERS $169,000.00 Encloodes atrip around the world taking rna, son and d•wter, and l eeving main law home. I 8-oz. Sirloin, U .S . Prime, serves mother & father $6.75 Cocktail& Served Major Credi.l Card1 Honored BUY NOW and SAVE! NO MONEY DOWN YEARS TO PAY! FOR A FREE HOME SURVEY Call RE 6-0024 I 6 . . BUY NOW BI!FORE I I I I Erickson HAIR and SCALP SPECIALISTS Meyer, 45, and a native of Chicago, received his bachelor's degree from the University of Nebraska and bis master's degree from the University of Denver. He received his doctor of education degree in library science and secondary educa tion from the University of Ne braska in 1957 . 24 EXclamaUon 25 River islands and down 65 Hunting dog 67 Applause s9 Small nr flower 39 Female ruffs 61 Italian community BERN'S STEAK HOUSE Open every day "' 5 P.M. 1208 S. Howerd Ph. 8-8302 or 82 398 I SfAVIfW of MIAMI PL 8 IIAVltW of M. DAOI IEAVIlW of n. MTRI SUVltW of JMICSOIIYII.I World's Largest Home Treatment System Will Be in Tampa, Fla. Tuesday and Wednesday Only Meyer has been on the staff at Kansas State College as a professor of library science since 1958. Prior to that he was on the faculty of Southern Il linois University. Appointed for the period June 15-August 15, 1961, Meyer will teach library science during the summer session. The Erickson Hair and Scalp baldness. U you are slick bald p •d t All Specialists' Staff Director J . C. after years of hair loss reSI en en his regularly sched!-'led the Erickson scalp method can-Attends Conference V!Slt w11l be at the Flondan not help you. Jiotel, Tampa, Fla., Tuesday and If you have dandruff, excesDr. John S . Allen, president •Wednesday, _ June 20, and 21. sive hair fall, , thinning hair, of the University of South Flor"E v e r y barr-worried p e r s on excessive oiliness or dryness, ida, attended the Southern should take advantage of this itchy scalp, or if your scalp is Regional Conference on Higher still creating hair you should Education in Washington, D .C., The E r 1 c k son method is take 20 minutes of your time June 12 • 1 3 . known all over the United to see what you can do . "Goals for Higher Education States. You can have a con -Thousands have reported sat-in the South" was the topic of ference with the Erickson rep-i s faction from the Erickson the three-day conference , sponresentative regarding your hair Scalp Method. Why b u r d en sored by the Southern Regional and scalp problems at no c o s t yourself with unhealthy hair _E_d_u _ c _ a _ti_ o _ n _al_ B _ o _ a _rd_ . ____ _ to you whatsoever, learn bow and scalp? Anyway it costs you scalp treatments work, and nothing to come in and learn the you expect in a how thousands have been helped period of tJme . by the years of Erickson ex-WALTERS -HOWARD FUNERAL SERVICE by the perience plus the wonderful f OPPOSITE UNIV. OF TAMPA Enckson org amzatton. We don't opportunity for help it ask you to take our word. You Just g o to the Floridan Hotel will be given a written guaran-Tampa, Fla., Tuesday an d tee from the to end Wednesday, June 20, and 21 on a pro-rate d bas 1 s . only, between 1 p . m . and 8 : 30 The Erickson scalp method, p . m . Ask the Hotel Desk Clerk or any other method, Is of no for J. C. Peak, he will do the value ae-ainst excessive hair rest. loss due to male pattern bald-Interviews are given in prl ness. The person shown above vate. You will not be embar does not have male pattern rassed in any way . Mr. Peak will be in St. PetersburCJ, Ra., Thursday and FTiday, June 22 and 23 at the Suwannee Hotel and he will alto be in Bradenton, Fla., Saturday June 24, at the Manatee River Hotel. 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Will To Succeed in Acting Cost Chandler His Life Theater Time Clock THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, June 19, 1961 13 HOLLYWOOD, June 19 Funeral services will be IUPD -Jeff Chandler would conducted today. . have preferred a baseball The death of the tall, rangy career, but determination to and .prematurely gray-haired succeed at his second choice 'star in the Culver City hos -acting-cost the popular pi tal after undergoing three star his life. "He didn't want to work in operations was a shock to his pictures, he just wanted to many f r i en d s who had live as a normal human be-thought he was recovering. ing," said an emotional Kim The actor, a native of Novak after the 42-year-old y Chandler died last Saturday Brooklyn, N. ., entered the hospital last May 13 for cor-of blood poisoning following a rective surgery of a ruptured series of operations. 1 di spina sc . . Chandler b e g a n to hem-FREE ESTIMATES orrhage five days after surKENTILE X R gery and a 7lh-hour second operation was performed in VINYL FLOORS which he received more than 50 pints of blood in transGEORGE GUIDA CO. fusion. On May 27, he hemuo1 N. HOWAitD. Ph. 8.c1175 orrhaged again and suffered a relapse. FORECAST THE NATION'S WEATHER TODAY -(Al' Wirephoto' • Thunderstorms are due tonight from the Northern Rockies east of the Conti nental Divide to the Central Plains. Showers are due from the Mid-Mississippi FOR YlARS Valley eastward to the North Atlantic states, and along the Gulf coast with light a '/) {, 1 V rain inland in this region. It will remain hot in the Western Plateau area, continue warm in the Mid-Atlantic and coastal regions of the North Atlantic states, and be cooler in the Northern Central Plains, Upper Mississippi Valley and inland 1 N R E . L 1 E y 1 N G areas of the Pacific Northwest. TEMPERATURES Weather Data Across Nation do better than this? Tetterine relieves exskin immediately. for. 24_ hours, I Moon rises ...... 11:47 a.m. I q elie
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