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Sunny, Boy! University Of South Florida Campus Edition THE TAMPA TIMES Sunny today and Tues day. Fair and a lit t I e cooler tonight. Westerly winds 15-25 m.p.h. High today 76. Low tonight 56. SEVENTIETH YEAR-No. 41 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1962 PRICE FIVE CENTS Aycock or Smith VEEP O'Hara REC. SEC. Lerner COR. SEC. Moffitt TREAS. Bell SENATOR Jenkins SENATOR Klapps SENATOR Shea SENATOR Staples SENATOR Meiners Wins Presidency; Veep Run-Off Tomorrow 1------------------------------------------------AN EDITORIALWe Are Growing 927 Vo.te Sets New High For Student Association This week THE CAMPUS EDITION is expanding to two full pages of USF news. This is an effort to pro-vide more adequate news coverage for all areas on By WING PREODOR . campus. The is _over, the votes have b e en counted, all but one of the new stu-The management of THE TAMPA TIMES has given dent association officers have chosen, and all the been the additional half page. Student staff members have The voters preferen.ce wa.s clear m every case except for v1ce pre.s1dent. There wIll agreed to give the neces.sary additional time to report-be a run-off for th1s off1ce tomorrow between Dave Aycock and Skipper Smith. ing and editing. . Is the new student association president. His total of 543 votes The decision to expand was encouraged by the stu-gave him a clear maJonty ?f the b h 920 votes cast for president. dents and adm1mstratwn, and made possible Y t e1r Julian Piper totaled 262 votes C N increased cooperation as news sources. In the past some and Gary Shimer totaled 115. ' ampus OticeS student offices have been rather reluctant to give in-Other SA Offices . formation to reporters. At times some faculty and ad-Dave Aycock_ got a more Items lor Campus No!leu and 01the American Chemical Society will ., . . t r ff" h bee 0 letel ncooper votes than Sktpper Smtth for licial Notices should be sent to . Of feature Dr. Samuel Horn from the -USF Educational Resources Photo DEAN OF WORLD PHOTOGRAPHERS AT USF Alfred Eisenstaedt, dean of Life Magazine photographers, and considered one of the top 10 photographers of the world, intently studies a campus scene at USF, before capturing it with one of the three cameras about his shoulders. The fa mous photographer recently spent four days at USF as part of an assignment. Se lections of his color photographs of American college campuses are scheduled to run in Life later this year. His one problem-how to avoid campus election pos ters. AII-USF Book Apartments Daily Schedule ra JOn 0 ICeS ave n C mp J U a-the office of vice president (396 lice of Campus Publications. AD.l070, B. F. Goodrich Research Center, tive to new student reporters. to Skipper's 378). Ralph Tindel or12 However, from the beginning of the spring semester scored 133. should be tyaewrilten, double spaced. March 29, at a p.m. in CH 111. f l th t 1 h d t ff t t R O'H Withdrawals -Sharon A. Conrad, We ee a al areaS aVe rna e a grea er e Or 0 ay ara, runntng unopSwlmmlnJ Proficiency Test-Monday. James 0. Dixon, Deanna R. Gomez, assist reporters. The maintaining of an open door policy posed for rec.ordmg secretar, Leigh Hampton, Edwin G . Hickmao, "ll bl THE CAMPUS EDITION t ff t "d got a total of 610 votes. Ronme lion contact P.E. o!!ice, AD1060. Martha Joy WI ena e S a 0 prOVI e Lerner, running for correspond Oral Vaccine-The second feeding o! AAUP To Meet-The regular monthly COmplete neWS COVerage Of the CampUS and Serve aS a ing secretary, also unoppo sed, the Sabin oral polio vaccine will be ;::: more effective line Of COilliDUnication. totaled 727 votes. con!erence room oE the staU lounge in We would like to remind readers that none of the Lee Moffitt the contest :!:f •• ia open to student staff members are paid for their work THE for treasurer With 635 votes to to take it at this time. Permission Service Reports-service Teports to . . • Norm Cutson's 246. tht;i CAMPUS EDITION IS the laboratory P r 0 J e C t of the The new student senators are the first feeding. Permission slips are be dt.tributed t.o secretaries in the val . ournalism course, EN 341, Writing for Mass Communi-Fred Jenkins <626 votes), John available at the uc information desk. rious academic areas. Stall members PollUcal Poller: -With the approach should send one copy of the report to cations. However, the assigned laboratory period for Bell (623 votes), Jack Staples of statewide potitical campaigns, atteD the person to whom they are imme this class, two hours weekly, does not provide enough (vSltSes) votesd), K!Shea ((5 52 1 77 to MONDAY, MARCU 26, 196i f t• d d. M f th 0 , an lm apps tilical speech making (by candidates dean by Mar. 30. StalE members may 3 p.m. or nece.ssary repor Ing an e Itlng, any 0 e votes). All of the other candicampus) shall be limited to keep the second copy or the report lor Ballroom Dancing .............. UC248 must pUt ln many more hOUrS and several Of d t f t t l t mgs sponsored by recognized organaza. their files. p.m. , a es or sena or were a eas Uons of the Universit}' and sball be USF Staff Invited-A Tampa sales Bridge Lessons ..... , ............ UC108 editors spend 8 tO 12 hours weekly on the assign100 votes behind the winners. held only in the Chem .. try Au<:los for lacu .. , inllll•liou cooc""ul'.:s liOKets ,., u,. All U B k C t . . . 9 a.m. . " . "' • n. u ' ana staff members aod thetr 5POU5es. occnsion may be obtairoed from Donald mvers1ty 00 ommit ee apartment buildi:Jg Will be com• PTA County CouncU .......... UC!48 and Wlll welcome your letters COncerning hOW We may Howard Kingrey (341 votes) , and Those interested may contact Charlotte S. Wakefield, ext. 105. for the best creative composipleted on Fletcher Ave., just PROGRAM serve the campus with even better news coverage.-W.P. J. Kaiser (159 votes). . w111 be tion related to "The Family Of ll a.m. A total of 927 out of apprOXl accepted by the readmg cUnfc uneu extension 167. Questions concerning the Man" will end 0 f f i cia 11 Y north of the university. The mately 2 ,300 fulltime students should be directed to th15 Wednesday with the presenta-James Rosati and Sons Con-Club.:.:::::.::.::::.:::: STUDENT HELP UP DEADLINE , 0 r dropping u;,eee, tion of awards made during the struction Co. of St. Petersburg .. E.•••: .... uc203 courses without penalty is 5 is free hour at 1 p .m. in theTA. is doing the work. Racquet Club UC204 USF Educat.onal p.m., Friday, March 30. Bower, Donald M .• Rt. 1, Box 250-B, within 72 hours. Alter that time an U. C. Recreation Comm. ' ....•.. UC214. Land 0' Lakesj Fla., WE 9 -4677. Carr, additional fine o $1 is assessed, and Starting today the photoU. C. Personnel Comm ......... UC216 Joseph 3402 R iverview Dr., Tampa, the total fine must be paid within work. Weight Trainina................ UC226 voted. This is at least three Fla. Gilmore, Alden s .• asst. researc h days !rom the date o the citation. The graphs and paintings submitted 5 p.m. t th b h t d Human Behavior , 360. CH 0307, right or appeal is forfeited after th1s There will be 40, two bedElhclontes ...................... UC157 1mes e num er w o vo e 6390 28th Streets. St. Petersburg, Fla., seven-day period, and the violator will will be on display in the lobby Slges ............................ UC226 B d $4 000 000 in the first election on campus OR 1 -2854. Pervls, Nathaieen N., Mrs., be notified in writing that an additional of the TA. The musical comporoom and 8 single bedroom a::lO p.m. t t a little over a year ago. Elec-Secretary II, Health center, 267, uc $1 has been added to the fine. 11 no sitions will be played and lit-apartments. All will contain r:.,; ......................... ... uc205 u g e a I I tion officials said the voting .. r.:: erary compositions will be read kitchens. There wiH be a 50'x20' ... sem. Rec. Center was heaviest during the mornft. swimming pool and other . :. :. .::::::::: :::::::: Bgg3 By LOUISE STEWART ing _be_to_w_ed entries will also be performed recreational facilities will be Bridge ........ ....... uc24a The university's proposed educational budget for Tal Bray, chairman of the at this time. added later. Tampa Bay Psyc. Assn ......... LS26I the fiscal year of July 1, 1962, through June 30, 1963, election rules committee, said -----------'-----------.......................... uc151 amounts to rou"'hly a little over $4 million. This budget that the voting and in fact the USF FOUNDATION REPORTS Little Man on Campus FACULTY SALARIES Fides ...................... ... uc2oo <> entire election ran very smooth .;1 New uc203 is divided into three major areas: salary, expenses and ly. He stated that, with the Pledges . . . . . uc1s1 operating capital outlay. exception of one minor incident, war and The bulk of the money goes for salaries-an over-the conduct of the candidates Education."' Lecturer, Harold all $3,015,244, for all academic.. and those who assisted them in MARCH 211, oo!TAJ and non-academic staff. From the campaign was entirely JO a.m. to % p.m. this sum, part time help, comdoes not come from state approsportsmanlike, and above rePROGRAM UCI08 posed mainly of student assistpriations but from tbe sale of proach. Hills. County President's ants will require about $131,000, services as in such agencies as The voting machines will be 1 ' uc167 which is 50 per cent more than the recreation room and the here again Tuesday
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2 THE TAMPA TIMES, March TO OPEN SOON . Senate Pushes Plan For Stockpile Probe WASHINGTON, M a r c h 26 the senator intends to take up (IJPD-State investigators, their the 12 items first in its hearpath cleared to new informa-ings. tion by presidential orde!• to-The President asked Syming
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\ I I News of Servicem.en in Tampa Bay Area By MARTY SULLIVAN, Times Staff Writer George A . Wischmann, guided missile officer at the 30th Air Division, Truax Field, Wis., has been promoted to full colonel. Col. Wischmann is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wischmann Clf Tampa. Two other Air Force officers with Tampa connections recent ly received promotions. They are Gene G. Arnold, whose wife is the former Dorothy F. Sco field of Tampa, and Sherman R. Cummings, whose wife is the former Shirley M. Murray of Tampa. Both were promoted to lieutenant colonel. The first Auburn University n a v a 1 enlisted scientific educa tion student to graduate with honors is Duane H e n r y Pontius. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W . J. Pontius of 2500 North "A" St. He is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, the highest schol astic society at Auburn, and SigPontius • rna Pi Sigma, a phys ics honor society . Pfc. William D. Scruggs, with special services at Fort Brooke, has been named "command sol w e e k. The inspection team witnessed local cadets in ac tion on the drill field and classroom. Students of Plant, Jefferson and Hillsborough High Schools participate in the area's ROTC. Army Pvt. William E . Brown , son of Paul R. Brown of 1011 S. 49th St., has completed eight weeks of military police training at the Provost Marshal General Center, Fort Gordon, Ga. Two other Tampans who re cently completed Army schools are Pvts. Phillip M. Williams, whose wife, Phyllis, lives at 2402 34th St., and Theodore Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Brown of 3511 20th St. Both graduated from the communi cations center operations course at Fort Gordon, Ga. Air Force Capt. Lucas J. Go molak has been named the new protocol officer at the Orly Field, France. The captain is married to the former Glorida M . Beckley of 12 Bahama Circle. A Plant Citian bas been promoted to lientenant colo nel in the Air Force. He Is Billy H. Bryant, son of Mrs. David Bryant of Rt. 4, Plant City. Col. Bryant is as signed to the 1707 Air Trans port Wing, Tinker AFB; Okla., as a squadron leader. dier of the month. " He is the Two Tampans who recently son of Charles H. Scruggs of completed . recruit training at 6508 River Blvd . Scruggs at-the Marine Corps Depot, Parris tended the University of Flor-Island, S.C., are Pfc, Lewis W. ida's college of business admin-Messer, son of Mr. and Mrs. istration before entering service. Lewis L Messer of 4511 S. Dale Mabry Hwy., and Pfc. William Robert M . Reed , son of Mrs. s. Jenkins Jr., son of Mr. and Sarah A. Reed o f 2{)07 Fountain Mrs. H. G. Mertens of 3131 El has been pro.moted to Prado Blvd. Manne corporal while serving at the Marine Barracks, Barbers Point, Hawaii. Before entering service in 1959, Reed attended the University of Florida. The U.S. Army's IV Corps conducted a formal inspection of Hillsborough County jun ior Army ROTC unit last ; 'LJ Brown Navy Ens. Roy F. Lambertson Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Lambertson of 506 Westshore Drive, is now serving with the Atlantic Fleet airborne electron ic training unit at Norfolk, Va. Another T a m p a Navyman, Aviation Cadet Edward G. Jen-Reed Williams Questions Answered On Cerebral Palsy By W. C. ALVAREZ, M.D. pends on how much nervous or The National Society for Crip-brain damage the child has, and pled Children and Adults at 2023 w. Ogden Ave. in Chjcago which of his difficulties can be has just published an excellent overcome with medica l help. booklet on cerebral palsy which These children have an extra sells for 25 cents.
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4 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, March 26, 1962 P.E. MAJOR AWARD WINNER Trampoline -'Just Like Driving' By JOHN GULLETT oline. He started practicing in AAU, and won over all entries., sault without injuring your but he rarely inserts the dangerPhysical education m a j or high school i.n his native MedAfter winning the title among body." ous task in his exhibition. "My Dave Carmolli describes his ford, Mass., with the purpose of universities _in six states three The apparatus used for the purpose Is to entertain the peo-thrllling rebound-tumbling act perfecting certain techniques in years runmng, Dave entered stunts was Invented by George . as "like driving your car while 3 meter diving, a sport in which other areas of but Nissen , and received its biggest ple; and the other complicated in top physical condition." he won th.e New England AAU his first love was.shll the traJ?P boost during World War !I, forms of tumbling, such as the Dave, a 25-year-old junior at championship. Upon graduation from .h1gh when the service used it to help triple somersault, serve that USF, has a long record of hon-The "tramp" was just as re-school, D a v e quickly orient new pilot s to the sensapurpose." ors on the rebound-tumbling apwarding, for a few months later grabbed up by Florida State tion of the many positions in the When the body hits the appa paratus, commonly but incorDave entered competition with University on a gymnastics air that they would encounter rectly referred to as the trampuniversitiE!s in the New Eniland• sch.olarship. One year later he during actual flight. rat us following a twisting double among the ten tum"Fr-om there it spread to the somersault, it may dart out and blers . the country m training of Olympic divers," off in any direction with great competJt10n, which gave h1m dd d D .. 'th 1 t'll , AU-America status. Among his a e . ave.. Wl. peop e s 1 speed. wins was the southern interto Jt Its name, BASKETBALL collegiate meet at FSU in 1958, Trampolme. Its similar, I supJohn Wade poured in four 1 1 ng more than a dozen pose to the popular use of the nv . o Vl . i trade name Thermos for vacuum points on two easy layups in the umverslt es. bottle, and Jello for gelatin last 18 seconds of play last MonLtves fn Largo dessert." Dave and Pat, his wife since day to give the Enotas Fraternal December of 1960, now live in Now World Society a 40-36 All-University Largo, where he works with of the used basketball championship win local recreation officials in proto descnbe It, rebound tumbling th I d d t All St rooting rebound tumbling and has become a world sport. So over e n epen en ars. other forms of gymnastics as a much so! that Dave win the 150 means of maintaining physical are lookmg for 1ts addthon on Activity pomts and culmmated fitness. the of sports in the 1964 .of activWhile not attending class at Olympics. 1ty mvolvmg 18 mtramural USF, Dave is louring around the Over 10,000 schools in the U.S . teams. state giving exhibitions and aiduse Nissen's trampoline, the Enotas now lead in the Activ ing in the establishment of promost popular in the world, and ity-Points race by 30 over The grams for young people. He apseveral organizations use the All-Stars, 485-4M. Alpha II-W pea red on a national television products of the other mimfacis the nearest competitor at 290. program, the Arlene Francis turers. VOLLE.YBALL Show, while at FSU. Asked if the average person Teams may still add new playDave hopes to finish his un-could safely "bounce around" on ers to their roster before their dergraduate training here, but the tramp, Dave asserted: "It's second volleyball contest of the more ii!-tel:"ested at as safe as swimming, pro-season this week. All games this m est8'bbshmg a maJor mterest vidi.ng the student learns the week are quarter-final matches in. gymnast ics on campus. He fundamentals and uses common involving survivors of the 18took the initial step by organizsense. The Gym Club on campus team first round of the single ing the Gymnastics Club last !s lookiJ'!g .for interested el,imination tourney. m developmg the mmd and body Next week will see the semi"I am primarily interested in through the means of the finals and final matches played physical fitness," Dave comtramp." with the winner receiving lOQ mented, "and rebounding tumSome Do Twist points. . . bling is the means to this goal. Like any sport, rebound tum-In other intramural activity Takes Control bling has its more difficult as-the softba1l league for men wili "The aspect of mental control pects that only serious students begin early in April with the is' very important. When you attempt. "The twisting double women's at the LOOK OUT BELOW! -Photo Br Nelson Medin• find yourself in mid-air and on somersault is perhaps the most same time. the way down, it takes quick difficult," Dave commented, A swimming 'meet for men decision-making to perform a "and only a handful of people and women has been set for somersault, or the more compli-in the world do it." May 24 and May 29. Golf and cated twisting double somerDave is one of that handful, tennis wlll follow . USF student Dave Carmolli starts his descent after rebounding high off his trampoline. Dave, a former All-America trampolinist, worked out near the li brary building especially for the camera, giving the impression of a suicide dive from atop the roof. David Chaswell 82 RECOGNIZED CLUB ACTIVITIES . . -Pbolo By Rogert Neum•n THE OLD SQUEEZE PLAY! Enotas forwards John Bell (left, front) and Dave Aycock apply the pressure to All-Star Dennis Garia as he attempts to break loose for a jump shot in the first half of the championship contest last Monday on USF's courts. Looking on are John Ward, far left, All-Star center Dan Meisen, and Enotas center Frank Meiners. More than 100 fans looked on as Enotas won the game, 40-36, and the All-University basketball championship. Wins Hour Of R t• H Free Billiards ecep IOn Onc;>rS Recently the 10,000th student card for the billiard tables was processed. David Chaswell, a f i r s t semester ,, .. . 3.5-Up Students After-Rush Rush Begins f r e s h m a n, re-Th ceived an hour e second President's Honor Reception was held By VIRGINIA MONTES With. rush CO.I}l,Pleted, fraternal societies are now in a full whirl of activities. Pledge parties and pms are first on the schedule. Spring formals and projects are also under way. free play of pock-today at 10 a.m. in the president's dining room in the et billiards. University Center. . . . busy planning future events. Erwin Meeth, The 82 students who finished the fall semester with Fraternal Societies Interest clubs are also supervisor of the Pu11ch, coffee and other refresh------------_ ClEO: Pledges were honored at a semi-formal dance party, held at Morrison recreation room, t d I St • LEGISLATURE said that this men s .were serve . Sherra Jones. St. Petersburg: Imperial House, March 17. A . number did not President and Mrs. John S. Donald McCrimmon Jr., Mrs. Patrick's Day was Presseley, Dave Pullian, John I of Ethelontes Pledge Class. include all stu-Allen served as hosts at the Carolyn Fraze, Donald McGregout, and spectal entertamment Schraffenbergcr Jim Scott Jim} Religious Organizations o H b t s t was performed by the pledges. . • . • dents using the event along with the University r, . er Jro a. A Luau is next on the social Shirley, Jack Staples, B1ll TerBAPTIST STUDENT UNION: tables but was a . RiverVIew: Charles Powell. Shift of Power tabulation of the deqns and other representatives Bradenton : Barbara Bennett calendar for Cieo. ry, Roger Walton, Paul Waters, Saturday, April 7, is an impor-cards turned in Cbaswell of the administration. Averill Vanderipe. Wimauma; FlA. Members of Fia served John Wodarski and Jimmy tant date for BSU students; this for playing privileges, As the Many From Tampa Mrs. Mildred Case. Lake Wales: as official hostesses for the first Coplan. ' is the day set aside for the area-number neared 10,000, we de-Students honored at the re-Mildred Herrington. Wildwood: anniversary of East Gate Pledge officers for spring sewide social , sponsored by BSU cided it was a nice round figure ception from Tampa were HarGlenda Donpmg Center. 'fhose partlclpat-mester are Jack Hager, presichapters in the Tampa Bay area. at which to make an award. . . ald NakiVII. Washmgton, D .C.: were Jackie Chaunce_Y, Ja-dent; Mickey Lance, vice presiThe group from USF will Is Suggested There was no advance planning old Ashford, BenJamm Bolan, John Tartaglia. me Ertzberger •. Lynn N!Cho!s, dent; Julian Harvey, secretary; leave at 1 p.m., journey to Lake-or publicity given the matter. Mrs. Joanna Gable, Sarah John----------Caren Read, Ahce Spadaveccla , Buddy McCaskill, chaplain; Jim land; and then on to Lake By LOUISE STEWART . ston, Michael Scussel, Mrs. 'Pather Panchali' Is Sally Ostravage, and Susan Coplan, parliamentarian; Jack Wales for a concert by the bells 0 f th t bl b f th St d t B d T PI D Staples , sports chairman, Kenny in Bock Tower. After the con-. Marcus , spirit leader. Enotas cert, there will be a picnic sup-ne 0 e curren pro ems e ore e u en an 0 ay oris Souders, Mary Talor, Next Fl"lm Feature Fta members and new pledges Association legislature is the recommendation that ex-Gerald Brandon, Joann Porter, USF's Film Classics League up from members went on a "car cavalper, and that night members ecutive power should be vested solely in the president Bernste I.D'S David Allen, Daniel Garcia, Wilwill present a film on folklore the rousmg skatmg party held cade" to the Sebring races last will attend the Passion Play. who would use the Executive Council merely in an ad-liam Klay, James Bledsoe , Ran-in India, "Palher Panchali," on on March .17 Prep-weekend. Similar activities are JEWISH STUDENT UNION: visory capacity. • dolph Chaffee Jr., Jacqueline !hursday, 29 p.m. planned in the near future. JSU members have announced Mike Shea, chairman of the cified number of days. The bill Hit MelodieS Diaz, Sandra Gilley, Shirley ill TA. Adnuttance 1s avatlable pledges which will be held on ETHELONTES: P 1 edges, a Jewish comedy program to be Constitution Evaluation Comwas passed. Gonzalez, William Hebb, Nancy purchase of Tuesday, March 2 7 , at 8 p.m. and dates attended held this Wednesday, March 28, mittee gave this recommendaMuch Discussion Students can enjoy the familMacGillivray Julian Piper. tickets w.h1ch. are now sellillg ARETE: New officers of Arete mformal party at Patsy Robles in UC226. The public is cor-t ion at the student Ieg1'slature ' . . at half-pnce smce there are only I'nclude. Tal Bray, prest'dent, house , Saturday, March 17. dially invited. meetlng recently. Another probMost of this meeting how-iar melodies of Leonard BernRobert Rhemsh, Mrs. Jud1th three films left in the season. Jim Klapps, vice president; Dan members .w ill be The following officers have lem which promises to give the ever was taken up in a discusstein's Broadway hit, "West Rosenkranz, Rene Valdes, HarSingle tickets are $2.00 and a Re secretary; Ed Timmons , workmg on their proJect for been el ecte d for the semester: legislators real lleadaches is sion of the suggested constituSide Story," presented by the old Wickersham, Mrs. Melody pair is These may be tre'asurer; Skip Gandy, histothis semester this we.ek. Bob Woolf, president; Bernard that regarding election and tiona! revisions and at one point USF Concert Band during the Dee, Donald Gol;"don, Manuel m AD1068 or by rian; Fred Jenkins, chaplain; Each member will be Zaidman, vice president; Mirterms of office under the new the entire legislature adjourned f ) h d Mendoza, Nancy RICe, Ann Fran-m a ill n g a check to AD1068 Jim Woodroffe parliamentar-at least one hour a week asstst-ian Tannenhaus, secretary; Col trimester pro gram beginning so that the body might act as ree hour, <2 p.m. T ay, cis, Jocelyn Cham . b.ers, TJ:omas fi?ade out to the USF Film Clasian Bob Bobier ' CFS represent-ing in the USF library. Virginia man Rutkins, treasurer; Joe next fall. a committee discussion. Shea March 29, on the east patio of Cressler II, . Edwma Livsey, sics League. ' Burgin has been elected head Parmet, parlimentarian. Under e x e c u t i v e business, said he wanted to get all the the University Center. Charles Morris, Edward Sandt--.--------Arete pledges have also electvice-president Frank Meiners snags and fine points straightThe first of three such ner, Sandra Sayles, Robert Tutoring Service ed officers. They are: Chet ened out before he presented Schultz, Gerald Skelly, Mrs. all 'd t D F 1 distributed the revised rules of his committee's findings in the certs planned for the> current Juanita Warner, Juanita Waters, Can Be Helpful Cornw , pres1 en ; anny u -procedure and then made the t 1 f t lerton, vice president; Vernon announcement that all civic form of amendments . semes er wtl ea ure many wellDurene Goss, Mrs. Margaret Students who will like the Stokes, secretary. units should meet on April 4, known numbers selected with Corrales, James Klapps, Charles services of a tutor should see DELPHI: New pledges to Del-the Wednesday immediately USF Host For the university students' inter-Lucas, Nancy Edna the receptionist at the Counphi Fraternal Society will honor Prior to the next legislature S • M • t . . d 11 Presstman, pat r 1 cia Pupello, seling Center in AD1068. The sisters and dates with an inp rlng eet1ng es s m mm as we as repre-Jack. Shaffer, fee for tutoring is set accordformal party from 9 p.m. to 1 meeting Thursday, April 5. sentative selections from the Carlisle Smtth, Shirley Tucker, ing to the tutor's class standing: Bray Says, "No." USF will host the spring standard band literature. Joyce Veasey, and .Timmie Ward. seniors receive $1.30 per hour, J!bJre Tal Bray, chairman of the meeting of the Florida Speech Latin melodies, familiar folk Some From Miami juniors $1.20, sophomores $1.10, party is "Now That's Down My Election Rules Committee , was and Hearing Association on so ngs , and the march classic, Miami: Harvey Rosen, Robert and freshman $1.00 an hour. Alley ," and decorations will folasked at this time if students March 30 and 31. Harris Porn.uo 11 St P k D d low the theme. The Tampa Times University of Soutb Florida Campus Edition (Page 1 and Pa::e 2 Staff) Editor ...................•................ Wing Preodor Managing Editor .................•.•..•.. Louise Stewart Social, Organization Editor .........•.... Virginia Montes Activity Editor ............................ Alice Anttila Intramural Editor ••..•••••••••.• , , ••• , ..... John Gullett would be allowed to vote by erantz, director of speech and "Colonel Bogey" of River Kwai P. rre • . even erun a e y D p h t USF d th t . ' C1ty: Mtchelle Young. Clear-OUnCJ ems resent ENOTAS: New pledges are ballot. later an-steuadreipngtsa 1nter 'satendno'!nce ah fame, Wlll take their places on water: Paul Meissner Jr., Ste-Wh"t k K k George Harnard, Jim Carletto , Reporllnr slatr: Charlolie Wyle Anderson, William Berno, Bill Bla nounc"" a definite ' no" to this e m speec the concert program. Also fea-phan Shannon, Gerald Hefley, I a er. nop e Cliff D M 't D D 1' I k s b c ld II T E L I' p F J w F II question pathology and audiology may e ern ' oug ow mg, .. Faculty Adviser . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . • . • . . . George H. Miller arrange with him for appoint-tured will be the latest compo-Janice Farris, Joyce Peacock. The • Young Democrats will Glenn Ellis, Gaspar Ficarotta, w. Oliver, Janel R. Plllmer, sandra J. Peck, Robert w. scott, Ronda K. Ralph Tindell, chairman of ments tn talk to members of sition of the Texan Clifton Land O'Lakes : Mrs. Rose Eng-present Tom Whitaker, candi-Bob Gadsen, Martin Gerber, Zidrich and Virginia Hill. Robert O'Hara, assistant professor of English, tche C.ivic Uhnitd lmprodvement the convention about earning Williams, "The Sinfonians." lish. Plant City: Julian Cannon, date for the Florida senate, and Jim Hager, Bob Hamilton , Wes Letters to lbe Editor, to lbe ommtttee, a no efinite majors in this field. The public is invited to at-Mrs. Clara Wansley, Oscar ClyRay candidate for the Hankins, Julian Harvey, Harry Office of campus Publicallona, ADI070. iob. WE 8-4131, Ext. 172 or 173. progress to report. tend the concert which will last att Jr. Odessa: Robert Daughlegislature , at a meetHickenbotham, Joe Hill , Mickey news ror lhe Campus Edlllon or THE Under the heading . of old 'Song of Love' Mo e about 45 minutes. No ticket is erty. . . mg on :rhursday, March 29, at Lance , Kenny Marcus , Buddy TAMPA wUI request material direal rrom individuals and offlee• business, .. the food-service bill VI requt'red for th1 .5 performance. Lakeland.: Regmald Hardwtck, 2 p.m. ill c.H1. 00. . . McCaskill, Victor Orozco, John on -.ampus, and the material wtll not clear through the News Bureau." (Point 2, University Polley Stalemenl No. 22, Jul:r 19611. came up fur a the J •. after being approved by the story of Robert and Clara SchuCOOPER VISITS CANADA executive council. This bill admann and Johannes Brahms, Dean Russell M. Cooper parvacates a voluntary food service wi ll be pr;:sented Wednesday, ticipated in a conference on plan in which commuting stu-March 28, at 8:30p.m. in CHIOO, higher education at Canada's dents could purchase a food announced Dr. Armin Watkins, new University of Alberta in card for one per day for a speUSF professor of music. Calgary , Canada, recently. TUESDAY BLUES IN UNIVERSITY CENTER This somber combo is shown playing a selection from the theme "Rhythm in during a jam in the UC Ballroom last Tuesday. The next jam ses5I?n Will feature "Jazz m Poetry" using an informal theme of a coffee house. The JDJnstrels are from left to right: Jack Scannel, Dave Treat, Bob Ashford and ; Mark Morris. Sponsor was the UC Musie Committee. I HOPE FOR IMPROVEMENTFood, Housing Investigated By CHARLOTTE ANDERSON As a result of the meetings held by Dr. Robert Decker, as sociate director of student personnel, and Robert Hess, man ager, housing and food services, many p r o b l e m s concerning these areas have been and are being investigated . Some of the trouble has been alleviated, and an attempt has been made to give explanations about the others. Of primary interest to the majority of the are those problems concerning food service. Complaints about breakfast include: Shells in the eggs and excessive oil in the sausage -a new breakfast. cook has been employed and through this move this problem has been remedied . Black potatoes ap parently this is caused by sub mersion in the high mineral content water; alternate meth ods of steam cooking and fry ing will be tried. Pancakes and Toast Hard pancakes-It is almost impossible to serve light fluffy pancakes after they have been kept on the line more than five minutes. They have been tem porarily discontinued until the problem of top heating and line lighting in the area can be solved. 'l'oa.st-'l'here have been some electrical difficulties with people and are being remedied. Alpha as long as there is a suf-the large toaster, but it appears The feasibility of pulldown ficient demand. that this will be corrected in type heat-lamps over the hot Vending Machines the near future, thus making foods on the line has been in-It was suggested that the cor-the toast crisper. Hot chocolate vestigated. These and the use fee machines be moved to the will be available on the North of draft stopping plexiglass first floor on the girls' side of line at breakfast as long as doors on the dumb waiter Alpha Hall. This would require there is sufficient demand for it. should insure that the food will special water, electrical and Answers are also being sought be hot. drain outlets which are quite for problems concerning the Snack Bar Menu expensive. Further, it is be-other meals. Rolls will be kept For those on the meal plan lieved that the machine would in a moisture controlled bread who have verifiable class schedno t get as much use if it were warmer in an attempt to keep ules which preclude their eatto be placed in a position so them from becoming hard. Food .ing in the regular cafeteria removed from the lobby. The service bakes all of their own line, the following menu in the vendor is going to provide plas rolls with the exception of a Snack Bar has been offered: tic cup carriers so that one girl particular kind of roll which is choice of hamburger, cheesecan easily carry c off e e for supposed to be hard. No dayburger, sandwich, or soup; comseveral. old bread is used. However, bination salad; Jell-o; choice of The sandwich machines have some students prefer old bread ade drink, milk, or coffee; . been checked and it has been or Monks bread. choice of pie, cake, or any of found that there has been a A rotating selection of salad the other pastry on the line. surplus of sandwiches recently. dressings will be on the condi-No ice cream, cokes and other As the demand increases, the ment stand in the dining area. items not found on the cafeteria inventory will be increased. A Also, more bottles of ketchup line are offered. new machine will not be in have been placed around the _ Solutions for many of the stalled in the men's side for various dining areas. problems concerning the resisome time. It" is being rede-lt has been requested that dence halls are also being signed to make it more tamper scalloped frozen french fries sought. It has been determined proof. be used. This type is consider-that the sometimes disagreeable Lights and Dryers ably more expensive thari those taste of the soft drinks in the Although it now appears that prepared by food services, but vending machines is caused by the cost would be prohibitive , it is recognized that they are the water. The vendor is in-the expense involved in putting much better and they will be vestigating the use of special additional lights over the show provided as frequently as posfilters to try to solve this prob-ers is being investigated. Means sible. The lumpy mashed potalem. The vendor has agreed to of securing the clothes dryer toes have been called to the keep a larger quantity of drinks doors more tightly are being attention of the appropriate in the juice machine in Outer sought. Also, different time con.. trois might possibly be installed on the dryers which will provide additional drying time for the same amount of money. Pay sta tion telephone numbers will be listed in the next edition of the telephone direc tory. The petty cash fund at the main desk will be increased so that more change can be made. Sometime in the near future beds in Outer Alpha will be removed, strengthened, and repaired. Maids and Janitors The maid and janitorial serv ice has been discussed with the appropriate university department. All janitors have been cautioned t o be certain to make their presence known before entering a hallway. Also, . the maids have been cautioned about sitting around, at least where this can be observed by visitors. Suggestions a n d complaints from the students concerning food and housing are encour aged. It is the desire of the housing department to make things as convenient and bene ficial to the students as possible. \


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