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University Of South Florida Campus Edition SEVENTIETH YEAR No. 251 DEAN COOPER Education Goal: Mature Judgment By KAY KEATING t ' Dr. R u s s e 11 Cooper, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, USF. 11Surfing11 Fun Even On Land THE .TAMPA_ TIMES Dean French Says •Know Your University• Nov. 29 at 1:25 p.m. in TA TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY , NOVEMBER 26, 1962 PRICE FIVE CENTS First-place winner was car number 4 with the driver/navi gatOl; team of Monica Harty and Dick Schoenborn, Saab, 656 points/seconds off schedule. Second place went to Ron Har rell and Barrett, Renault Dau phine, 714 points/seconds off; and Bob Nail with Bob Woz niak, H i 11 m a n Minx , 734 points/seconds off. Of the only two larger cars, both Corvairs, in the rally, one placed fourth and the other ninth. Research Proiects On Business World USF Gets Professors Probe High Score -lJSF Photo AS ONE EDITOR TO ANOTHER . Bennett DeLoach, center, managing editor of The Tampa Times, discusses CAMPUS EDITION layout with editor Louise Stewart and staff writer John Gullett. DeLoach was on campus to speak to the Press Club. He told journalism students that newspapers were entering a new eraone of more interpretative writing and better written stories in general. DeLoach emphasized tl>t students wanting to go into journalism should get as much experie nce as possible on campus publications. ' Sc:&_dpture Donated To Foundation A rare piece of porcelain sculpture, one of a series done by an English sculptress in 1940, has been donated to the University of South Florida Foundation by Mr. and Mrs. Currie Witt of Tampa. The work, titled "Mocking birds in Peach Blossom Sprays," is of Royal Worcester porcelain and was created by Dorothy Doughty, who is famed ior her bird sculptures. Her pre-World War II works were produced in limited quantities and Witt esti mated that only a dozen mu seums have a complete collec tion of her bird series. President and Mrs. John S. Allen accepted the Witts' &ift on behalf of the university.


% TilE TAl\tPA TIMES 1'\londay, November 26, 1962 Deaths WILLIAM BARNHART William N. Barnhart, 81, of DeBuel Road, Lutz, died in a j Tampa hospital yesterday. J\lr. Barnhart was a native of Florida and had been a resident of Hills-1 borough County for over 50 years. He owned and operated a lumber company in. Tampa for many I years. Mr. Barn hart was a member of the' First Christian Church Barnhart of Tampa. Sur''ivors include: one brother, Harve.Y T. Barnhart, Tampa; one SISter, Mrs. J\Iary Phlllips, Pensacola, and one daughter, l\1rs. Lila Barnhart Alvarez, Lutz. MRS. CARLOTA ROBES Mrs. Carlota Ojea Robes, 84, oi 703 E. Forest, a native of Havana and a resident o! Tampa for 40 years, died Saturday at her residence. She was the widow of .Enrique Garcia Robes. She survived by one daughter, Mrs. Marla Del Carmen Carrera, Tampa: Lwo sisters, 1\lrs. Vincenta Ojea and Mrs. Caridad Lopez, both of Tampa: two grandsons, Carl H . Carrera, Huntington, W.Va., and Dr. Frank Carrera III, Gainesville; and five great-grandrhildren. -(AP WirepholoJ WHAT A DOGGONE FIX! This dog, spotted on Main Street of Jamestown, Ind., apparently wanted whatever was in the jar pretty badly to wind up in this predicament. The frightened animal, whose owner wasn't known, wouldn't let any one near it. Also not known was if and how the dog got out of his fix, for when last sighted be was still wearing the jar. Mrs. Latter Dies at 73 Mrs. Selma Latter. 73. of 4200 San Pedro, "as found d-ead in her bed Sunday morning by a son. Alexander M. LaUer, 42, of Lhe address. Police reported her death was apparently from an overdose of sleeping pills . A native of Budapest. Hun gary. Mrs. Latter had resided in Tampa l'or seven years. She was a member of the Rodolph Sholom Synagogue, Sisterhood, Council of Jewish Women and the Hadassah. Survivors include three sons, Jerome Latter. Bronx, N.Y., Alexander Latter and Irving Latter. both of Tampa, and seven grandchildren. Following Children LOUISVILLE, Ky. CA'l-Kids who visit the observation balcony at Standiford Fie l d to watch the big airliners slip in under the pay turnstile. Airport officials don't mind a bit. The children usually draw their parents after them and it's a dime for big people. Funeral Notices COLLOPY, T. SR.-Rosary set•vices for Mr. William T. Collopy, Sr., 63, o 1028 East Mohawk, will be said this evening at 7: 00 o'clock at the Chapel. Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Avenue. by the Rev. Fr. Phillip J. Bardeck C.Ss.R. Funer al services will be conducted morninfl' at 10:00 o 'clock from the Gatden Chapel Duval Funeral Home. Intermen t will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Pallbearers will be: B . L. Hezllett, !\'like Terrett a, Sam Ferlita, Joe Killebrew, Ted Davis and Mich Mitchell. Honorary pallbearers will be : Anthony Schle man. J. C . Huskisson. Arthur Schle Edward wmiam Bennett. 83 Deaths 1 n Tampa Area or 106 Cedar St., died at a Raney, Roy VanCamp, Nick Nuccio, Tampa hospital Saturday. A na-Bob Edenfield, M. E. Twedell, Herry tive of Tennessee. he had been EDWARD BENNETT a resident of Tampa for many EDGAR WILSON was a retired captain of the Assoc iat ion. years following his retirement Edgar Roy Wilson, 76, died fire department in Webster, BARRIS, ARCIIIE L .-Funerai as an attorney, school teacher Friday at a Tampa hospital. He Mass. He was a member of and real estate developer. He had spent many winters i n the Webster Lodge, AF&M, a mem-in ve terans Hospital was a member of Nitram Lodge Tampa and Dunedin area and ber of the Royal Arch Chapter or the 188, F&AIVr, St. Petersburg. of Royal Arch Masons and a F. T . Blount co. Funeral Home, 5101 member of the United Church NebrasKa Ave., with the Rev. W.ll. MRS. ORPHA McGRANER Mrs. Vostre of Christ. all of Webster. Sur-: Mrs. Orpha Dell McGraner, • vivors include two sons, Vernon W oodlawn cemeterr. Pallbeare r• '79, of Seffner, died at a Tampa DieS at 57 . Wilson and Ernest Wilson, both wlll bo Edward Harrison, Edwin Barber . Henry McDaniel, Arthur hospital Saturday. A native ofl . . . of Webster; two sisters, Mts. Schleman, Willard Newsom and Albany, Ohio, she had been a Mrs_. Vlrgi_Dla Flynn Vostre, Eva Lachance, Dudley, Mass .. _ n . __ resident of the Tampa area for 57, Wldow of M. Andre Vostre, and Mrs. Bertha Wright, Tampa, .rosEPn five years She attended the Old' of 4506 Beachway seven gra,ndchildren and 1.2 neral for Mr. Joseph Phtltp Fashioned Baptist Church. She Drive,. died Satgreat-grandchlldren. t':':h0a 5 d b t , d aht urday m a Tampa hosplt..l, will be held Tuesday morn1 Y o au., ers, h 't l Sl ANTONIO (TONY) CRESCIO ing at 9 A . M . at. st. C!ith Mrs. Ehzabeth Stonerock, TamOSPI le was . . ouc Church, at wh•ch time a ReqUJem pa and Mrs Virginia Moore a native of Mt. Antomo CTony) L. Cresc10 Mass. will be offered for the repose Seffner; one 'sister, Mrs. Vernon, 72, of 804 North B St., died Young New Marshfield Ohio had res1ded Ill urday in a Tampa hospital. A b!' held Monday ni ght at 7:45 .P.M. ' ' ' Tampa I or 33 t' f Ge h h d b by Msgr. John 'scull;-, at Mllrstcano 18 grandch!ldren, and 18 great-na IVe. 0 rmany, e a Funeral Home. 4040 Henderson Blvd. grandchildren years. $he was a a res1dent of Tampa for SIX He is survived hy hls widow, Mrs. •. member of Christ years, coming here Little JOSEPH PALLADINO the Kmg Cath-Rock. He was a mamtenance Miss Ruth Anne Palladino, a son Joseph Philip Palladino, 28, olic Church. man for Roval American Shows. Joseph PI;tilip Pall adino, all of Lull ; of Lutz died last night in a She is survived He is survived by his widow, Tampa hospital. He is survived by her mother, Mrs. Freda Crescio, Tampa. Daniel Palladino, Columbus. Ga. and by his widow, Mrs. Annie Ruth Mrs. Vostre Mrs. Ed n a B. Palladino; two daughters, Miss Flynn; four brothers, Dr. Ed FORES' f TIPTON Delgado, Grand Forks , N.D .. Mrs. Florence Linnette Palladino and ward L. Flynn, J.D. Flynn, CirForest Alexander Tipton, 56, Miss Ruth Anne Palladino, and cuit Judge Roger D. Flynn and of 6011 Eleanor Drive, died Palladino, all or Tam!la; grand ll son, Joseph Philip Palladino, Dr. John Flynn, and a sister, in a Tampa all of Lutz; his parents, Mr. Mrs. G 1 en n R. Ross, all of hosp1tal. A nattve of Shelby-In Garden of Memories. > and .l\lrs. S. A. Palladino, Tampa. ville, Ky., he had a resi-vosTnE. 11-lRS. VlRGJXIA FLYNKTampa; two brothers, John Dan-dent of Tampa for f1ve weeks. Rosar y services for Mrs. iel Palladino, Columbus, Ga., Unionists To Diseuss He is su.rvived by one sister, and Thomas Bailey Palladino, Mrs. Suste Landers, Kentucky, o'clock at the Garden Chapel, Ouval West Hollywood, Fla.; four sis-Cuba Ship Boyeott and two brothers Joe Tipton Ftmeral Home, 3800 Nebraska ,Ave ters, Mrs. Martha Delgado, and Russell H. Tipton, both of PD Kenlucky. the repose of her soul will be Qffered . Tuesday 10 : 00 Irvine, Miss Alice -AFL-CIO President George a t Christ 1Th.e K g e Palladino and Miss M e 1 t d 'th l Int0rment;-wtii.C .,.. in Michelle Imelda Palladino. all heany m, s I ocayw':l ll. onvg-TRE TAID'A TUIES B; of Tampa, and a grandmother, 5 oremen s c 11e 1 tam 11 John. D. Fiynn, 'aoier 0. Flynn: Mts. Florence Carey, St. Peters-Bradley, probably to discuss Company rrom The Tribune BuildPatrock Flynn and burg. I the longsbaremen's boycott of ADVERTISEMENT clau matter a( the Post Olflce ai ships en route to Cuba. 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THE-TAMPA TIMES, Monday, November 26 , 1962 ' News of Tampa Area Servicemen By MARTY SULLIVAN Times Staff Writer Maj. Harold M. Peters of 4517 Tarpon Drive has received the U.S. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. Maj. Peters, an administrative officer, was presented the award in recognition of his meritorious service in support of military operations at Bent waters RAF Station, England. He is now assigned to the de partment of weapons training at Lowry AFB, Colo. , last year. He graduated from Jesuit High School in 1954. Navy Ens. John T. Reilly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Reilly of 4418 Sevilla St. is serving with an aircraft squadron at the Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Va. Another Tampan, John F . Peters Sterling ' Sgt. George W . Covill . has retired from the Air Force• crew chief to help keep the Evenhouse, has completed re cruit training a platoon lead er at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Ill. Evenhouse, son of Mrs. Ester R. 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II THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, November 2ft, 1962 Examination Schedule ORGANIZATION NEWS New Art Contest Underway; Accounting Meet Slated FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE 251; PC 101-04, LS 271: PC 231-02, CH Trimester I 101: SO AD 1021: SP 44101. Fan 1oiN m -l!liiZ p.m.-CB 105-0t. 04, 09, 11, 13, 8:G O a.m.-BZ 341-01, LS 131; CB 305-01, AD 2096; CH 341-01, CH 207; 248, CB 105_07, LS 263; CB 105-118, fo'i: LS 262; CH 106-All, CH Ill; EN 34701, CH 29S; GE 251 -01, LS 260; GF' 01, CH JOI. 333-01. CH 210; Ll 302-01, AD 2073; 6-7:50 p.m.-CP 201-AU, TA; Fl 301 MA 202-A11, AD 2072: ME Jtl-01, -90, AD 1090; SO 231-90, AD 1021. By Charlotte Frese There will be an important also be discussed. All university LS 269' The Senior Accounting Ormeeting of the Rifle Club students and faculty members 103: FI 411-0l, AD 2001: GY 201-02, THURSDAY, DEC. 20 , 1962 ganization of the University of Wednesday, Nov. 28 at 1:25 in interested in shooting are urged R-9:50 a.m.-PE 101-00, 10, 1'A; PE South Florida will meet ThursUC 222. There will be a disto attend. 315-01, AD 10S1; oA 361-0t, uc 201: m-:-::E day Nov. 29, at 1:25 . At this cussion on firearms by a Na-The Arts and Exhibits ComPC 231-0J. CH !OJ; PH 215-01, CH OJ, uc 202: PE 04, 05, uc 203: PE ISO lime Mr. Ennerson, controller tiona! Rifle Association instruc-mittee of the University Center 321-01• AD 1021' SP J0.5-0l, Jg<''zor.E 1S6 Ol, uc 2M : at Minneapolis-Honeywell will tor. Plans for the second trimes-will sponsor a USF student art 12-1:50 p.m.-Eo 499-01, cH 108: EP •. m.-CB !07-All, TA; CB speak. All interested accounting ter and information on hunting contest starting Nov. 26 and 3S3-0l , AD 1091; MA 201All, TAT: lOB-All, CH 100. majors are invited to attend. safety and marksmanship will continuing until Dec. 9. The 2!2All. CH 106' SM 101A11, UC works Will be exhibited in the 2-uo 202-All, CH 106: EC 28f; JJ' IN REGISTRATION Gallery Lounge of the UC. i&\-;-AJff 361-01, uc 222; HI 331-01, AD 1021; Three faculty members will oo, 01. cH 101: 1'A 321-0l. AD 2074. i>D,t41lfi-f. b G judge the exhibition on Nov . MONDAY. nEc. 11, 196• uc 202, PH 311_01, CH 101, py 1 o 1 -N The winners will be 8 : M a.m.-CB 119-All, CH 111; CB 01. CH 107: RN 303-00, 01, UC 204; . u m ers a me in the next iSSUe Of the fJi: As Edition. 485-01, AD lOS!. 311-01, CH 101; EC 323-01. AD 2007; ETHELONTES: tfc' CB party was held at CB -212-'-An, .iD 1091: -3u..:t1: 01, TA: HI 111-00. 01, 02, 03. 04. uc s t f T • II Sunday honoring sisters and 1'BA; MK 301-01, 02, CH 111. 248; MA 141-03, AD 2074: PC 101-01, e or r1 pledges who have birthdays in 12 :5n p.m.-CB 101-00, Ol, 20, 21. CH 103: PC 101-0S, LS 266: PY 201- • November. Those honored were gH: JU1ft; . .H:B '303-01. Ls 270: EC ' Ginger Burgin, Perri Lockhart, D 202-01, 02, 90, CH 100; ED 307-01, uc 264: EN 311-01, CH 207; MA 245Sue Struart. 01 14. Ls m: cs 101-os, cH 2os: cB g)s.!o? , 2l?J' A new feature in Ute registration system for Tri-Plans are underway for a spe09, 12. 16. uc 264: cB 101-25. 30, CH uc 248_ t II .11 b t l' t h b t d t -11 cia! holiday party t() be held ----------mes er WI e a _pnofr ythrs , w _ere ":/a s u en WI during the Christmas season, 3310l. Ao 2on: Ec 331-02, Ao 2010: Psych. Dept. be granted admission o e registration area based and a hayride to be held at the upon his student number. Students with the lowest beginning of December. 2":50 p.m.-Ac 401-0l , AD 2002: student numbers, will be admitted first, thereby giving FIA: The members of FIA -USF Tests Social --------------<>upperclassmen and the majority wish to congratulate their uc 202; EN 207-00, Ol, CH 203: EP } A of those nearer graduation a den.t, Susan Barnes on a special 341ot. uc 264: GA 3410l. AD 2073: R b tta tO priority in the choice of classes ach•eveme. nt.. Susan won the "SWINGIN' POETRY" Dr. Sy Kahn, assistant professor of English at USF, l_ed off All-University Week-end activities Friday afternoon with a poetry readmg to a pzz background provided by Mark Morriss and group. Like many of the previous jazz programs on campus, this proved to be one of the more popular events of the weekend. UC ACTIVITIES French Motif Will . Set The Theme for Christli,.as Formal GA 431-01. CH 202; GE 101-01. CH D . . e u d th t h 201; GY 201-01, CH 210; HI 231-01, eprtvation and sections. gran prlz_e In e recen p oto 01, CH Ill& HU 311-0l, LS 266; MU and graphiCS contest on campus. 201-01. uc 1S8; PC 231-00, 01, CH 101: c t• Registration Begins Jan. 2 TRI SIS T s f t 1 PC 331-01. CH 204; PH 301-01. CH A d f t • t onserva IVe : fl IS ra erna 205, SP 305-02, AD 2033, 55 343-01 , soun proo , mo e1-ype Actual registration activities society took time out from its 02. CH 1oo: 1'A 111-01. TA: zo 202-0l, room is featured hi. the latest will begin on Jan. 2, and con-busy schedule to decorate the 02• AD 207 experiments by the University Dear Mr. Thompson, USF ballroom for the recent 4 • •o .., m cs 109-00 01 OJ as h 1 d tmue through Jan. 4; evening io."' 12. 22-;-24, 26, 1'A! ci 1J-06; of South Fldrida psyc o ogy e I was happy to read your registration is scheduled to be autumn antics. IJ, 20. 21. 31. CH 100: CB 109-04, 11. partment. letter because only through the t6, CH 111; CB !oo-02. 07. 08. 14, !9, Volunteers are placed in the . . . held from 6:30 p . m. until 8:30 Schedule 25, uc 248< CB 1oo-09. uc 202; CB room for short pellods of time Irani!: dtscusslon of controver109-17. 90. 91, uc 264: CB 110-00, 01. p m on Jan 2 There will be Ao3n. 290009, A ' DCB!015110-tl, H21, A38Dl!_00310.:ACDB 11010-,90. (current maximum is three sial issues can intelligent con-. . , . . . ALL WEEK b no early registration for conu . c . Dance Comm. Sale of MA 481-01, AD 2001. daSs) and observed tbroug elusions be reaG hed. However, xmas Formal Tickets 6:50 p . m.-CB 219-0l, CH 202; ED one-way .glass by University I feel compelled to answer students, but late regis-u.c. Lobby psychologists. . . . some of your statements. tration will take place the first uc 2os:HI 315-0I, AD IOSl: MA'-139>-Since books, radiOS, teleSIOn . . . week of class. Classes for Tri-Exhibit uc1os All, uc 248: PS 201-00. 01. AD 1021: sets and people are outlawed in You begm m1squohng me. Twelve Swedish Painlers 355-0L AD 1030: SP 301-0l, uc the .control area .•. subjects rap You stat ed: Most. prominent mester II begin on Jan. 7; late p .m.-Ac 202-90, AD 2001: AC idly became hypersensitive. among charges IS. that most registration will continue from MONDAY, NOVEMBER u. 301-90, AD 2002: GA 301-90, AD 1051 ; Dr. Miles Hardy, assistant conservatives collective Jan. 7-12. 12:30 P.m. T Rehears.a.1 l 'l b h ld th" S t HI 111-90, AD 2073: HI 231-90, AD g d a d that conservatism 1s "Chanson De Noel," annual Christmas Forma , WI 1 e e IS year on 1 a ur102t: MA m -90, AD 2074; oA 143-professor of psychology said ree _Y The registration area will be 3 :30p.m. u. c. Lessons comm. Ban-d D 1 th U "t C t Th Eden Roes and Jack ' s Golly Showmen 9 0 • uc 2s1. that the experiment is designed a fa•ce. H you had attended set up in a similar manner to room Dancing uc248 ay , ec. ' m e mversi y en er. e B ll d S th D" . R n ED to test many facets of social the debate you would have registration for this semester. 5:30p.m. Baptist Student Unlonuczu will provide the music for this event. The a room an ou _ mmg oom WI 3 0g_0 1 , cFI 204; ED 319-02. cH 206: _ heard, me say that Barry G'?ldCours. e IBM cards will be TUESDAY. NOVEMBER :1, 19il;l be decorated in a French flair following the theme of the dance. Trckets are on sale Ali. Speed .in isolated learning waters brand of conservatism is&ued by representatives of the 1=25 p.m. at the UC Desk at $4 per coupie. There are a limited number, so those interested in 0 1 , AD I03o: P$ 101-02. Ls 260: so ' will be tested by mefDorization •s and colleges under which the course uc1os .. -----------------------------, attending the dance are advised 20}0:'ff;5 0 u c •. 3 o 1 o 1,. 02, AD pieces sent in by intercom. that h•s book I S farce. E-:en is listed. Therefore, basic colu . s . F . Sports Car Clu-8c202 t o pick up their tickets early. 1051; CB 113-All, TA; CB 213-00, 01. Meals will not vary aod will the newspaper a rticle on which lege courses will be under Col-u. c. Hospitality Comm. IM ACTIVITIES Refreshments will be s erved. be sent in by dumbwaiter. As you your assumptiOns lege of Basic Studies; science, u . s . F. Literary Soc. Christmas Decorating Party p.m.-CB 103-!S , 17, 18, 20. a result, subjects will suffer stated thiS corre ctly, _yet, _you engineering, etc. , will be listed U .S.F. Young Americans 400 Ran, Tugged In Autumn Antics uc 248: CB 103-00, 01. 22, 26, CH 100: !rom time distortion. . charge me wtth makmg 1rre-under College of Liberal Arts , for Freedom UC205 Hospitality Committee of the CB 103-02. LS 261: CB !OJ 03, 25, CH bl h u . c . Spec. Cultural Events 106: CB 103-04, 07, LS 272: CB 103Changes in will be sponsl e c arges. education and related courses comm. uc214 uc will sponsor a Christmas U ; measu\ed by reactions to tapes. Next, you slate that, "the so-under College of Education; Veteran's Club UC215 Decorating part y Friday, Nov . CH 204; CB 103-21, LS 263; CB 103-23, stressing the positive value of cia! reforms advocated by libbusiness majors courses found { Le6Sons commuc216 30, in the University Center. LS 260 CB 103-24• 90 uc 263 : CB 103 certain subjects. erals should be strived for." under College of Business. UC22I Conlmittee members and their ui; l'l Dr. Hardy sa-id. male volun Good! When is Senator Gold-Representatives of the colu. c . Recreation 12, CH .teers tares beingth used f-0l, uc 158; ED 379-0l, CH Navy Seeks Officer why doesn' t he begin some able in approximately l 0 days. 6:30p.m. ggg; day's activities was the tug of the social chairman of Alpha 102; EW 411-000A, ?5 \ t t h' th d At this time advising and sched7 ,00 p.m. 1'n-s 1s uc203 war which will undoubtedly be 01• AD 2001' • ' C d'd t t USF movemen ac •eve ese en s ullng of classes can begin. How-Cien UC226 come a tradition. No clearcut and Beta Hall, whose represenan I a eS a at the state level? He has ever, it should be stressed that Enot•s LS261 winner can be determined, but tatives are Jan Jones and TA 221 0 1 , AD 2074. The U . S. Naval Reserve's offi-played a strictly negative role. actual registration will not bejudging by the appearance of Porky Fleming. Tlfi cer candidate program will have He claims the Constitution pre-gin until Jan. 2 . Fla uc222 the people involved, there must ED 3S7-90. C H 203; ED 402-90, CH representatives on campus Dec. vents the federal government A priority listing by student 2R, have been a lot of 1osers. This Tournament Finals 205-90' uc 200; HI 121-90' 11, to explain the program to from. enacting numbers for continuing students 1:25 p . m . u.s.F. Amateur Radio Club appearance was due, of course, Mid-semester tournament !ifirn.-Ac 401-90, AD 2002: ED interested college men. but, If some pnv1leged rndustry will be released in a short UCIOR to the fact that the tug-rope nals wlll be held this Tuesday, Cmdr. Ray MacDonald, in plan-seeks 'J)rotection, or a tax c_ut, while. Further information on Hggg was suspended above a large Nov. 27 , in the UC. Recreation PC 101-90, LS 266; so 201-01, 90, CH ning his visit to the campus, Senator Goldwater IS qUite w1ll-registration will also be availForeian Language Club mudhole. It might be said that Room. The finalists in billiards 100 WEDNESDAY, DEC. J9 , said, "this is an program ing to. see the federal able at this time. u . c. Movie Comm. t h e PE department members R-9:50 a.m.-AR 201, 01. uc 47; BZ for men at the Umverslty of ment mtervene. That IS why Young Democrats uc2os were well "iri the throw" of include Jackson, Taylor, Casper, 3310l, LS 270: CB 307-01, LS 266: EC South Florida. In brief, the stu-Barry Goldwater's brand of C N • u . c. Personnel Comm. things as they were also thrown Gliason, Jones, Thomas, Aker2gsH dent takes two summer tours conservatism is greedy, and he am pus Oflces C .F.S. Program man, and Schwartz; finalists in 101; FR 30!1-01, AD 1089; OA 143-0l, of duty of eight-weeks each at is perpetrating a farce. The pity (For Period No•. 23 lhrouch NOY. 30l UC216 m. 01, AD the Officer School in Newport, of it a11 is that many intelligent STAFF DIRECTORYThe women's doubl e -elimina the table tennis tournament are 2002 AN 311 0 1 LS 263 AR 311 01 R 1 f II d b th f g 11 t d ts l'k Cox, Ernest L. .. ........... 935-4629 c ]l b ; . • ; . ' .. , 0 OWe Y ree years 0 youn CO ege S U en 1 e Fox, Mary Sue Mrs., Bus. Mach. Opr. hristian Science Org. tion volleyba tourney is eFeatherstone, Brown, Kunst:J. l!J active duty as an officer once yourself have been completely I, Re:istrar . ll7 , AD2064, 604 s. Edison UC22J ginning its second week today. man. Bridge finals will be held CH 321-01, CH 107: EC lOJ-01, AD you receive your degree. During taken in. .. Big game of the week should 2072: ED 307-02. uc 264: ED 325-0l, t h I' th t . . Rll J F G d p uc264.5 be Tri-Sis against An tip hides. on Thursday, Dec. 1; at the con-LS 179: EN 221-oo. Ol, CH 207: EP he oo mg program. e s uAlso . you mamfest an IITa-k Baptist student union TBA Both along with Fides seem to elusion of each tournament 334-01• AD dent IS paid and recetves full tiona! fear of big government. Street ... .. .. .. .. . ..... 988598S Fia Pledges BA • ' ' f1*, 02, bH u1 ; MU io1 -officer pay and allowances when Irrational because you make 00 Smith. Odessa Lee, Clerk rn, Registrar , 4 :40p. m . Alpha Hall Res. Staff be the leaders. prizes will be awarded to win02, uc 158: PC 101-02, LS 266: Pi? 211 reporlmg for . active o_n constructive proposals for reAD2064, 210S Bristol Ave .. Apt. 7 . 5:00p.m . u . c . Lessons The 1-M office has announc ed ners. This announcement was A'fJ21Jt? graduation. All transportation I S ducing it other than eliminating ginning Bridge UC10B that it plans to begin a table made by Ron Miller, tournaSH 345-0L. uc 200: ss 341-0l, CH paid by the Navy and quarters the farm program. When you 6 '00 p.m. u . c. Program Counu614 tennis tourn11ment on Dec. 3 . ment committee chairman. 03, Oil, 08, and food are fu!nished_." . turn your radio on you don't studies at 7:45 a.m., Dec. 10. Secre 7:30p.m. u . c . Exec. cabinet UC214 MEN' S wn B h .11 b 10. 12. 17. 19, TA: CB 203-04, 06, 14, MacDonald sa1d th1s •s a p1o -want seven stations on one fre29• TEAM w L 1 Iam en am Wl e conhas been _well re-quency, so you cannot give up available m the offices of the course Botega uc202 Beta 1 East . ............. 4 o ducting lessons in chess next oo. 01, 02, oo, cH lll; CB 204-03, 04, cetved by young men 10 other the Federal Communications wU!e UnionUC20J I!!; jy i 3gh.!6i. Wi, .. u . c. P u b 11 c Beta IV East .. . ... . .. . 2 2 405-01, LY 513; ED 101-A11, TA; ED sure a sizeable quota can be sure it exists so you can ' t g 1ve WITHDRAWALS -Mrs. caroline M. Fraternal Pol•ucyc214 Beta III East 0 3 be in charge of this program. 439-01, CH 103; E N 315-01. CH 207: d bl f USF n • Davis, Thomas D . Fisher , Mlma J. FACULTY-STAFF BOWLING MA 141-04, AD 2074: OA 251-01. uc rna e ava• a e or me up the Securities Exchange Hazelwood. Jay Kendrick, Edward A. UC216 TEAM w L The lessons will be open to Commission; when you buy notation .. :::::::::.:. U everyone who wishes to par-medicine you want to be sure "Jr. c. Gen. Ed Requirements Met and UC22S Chi slers 23 17 ticipate, and plans include the T h T 1• it contains what is stated on ::::::: :::::::: g formation of a chess club. Those e am pa -I mes the label; you can't give up the tatlon means that no more basic studies Dr. Sidney J. French TAT lmprJnts ................ 16 1h 23Y.a Pure Food and Drug Adminis-courses are required for t.hese student!. Close to 400 participants w ill interested should contact lhe tration. Space does not permit All'led To Conduct Fencing Club UC219 attest to the success Of the Because of a number of cancella UC Desk. U . 't f S h Fl 'd C EdT me to continue, but you get the U. C. Lessons Comm. Xmas Autumn Antics program 1 as t ;;: Art Contest Underway mversl y o out on , a ampus l ron idea. Size alone is a poor cri-Safe Driver's Clinic 164. we k St d t p t' i ted n following schedule will be in effect . In cooperation with the Fine Edito Louise Stewart terion for judging governments. Hour UCIS7 e U en s ar IC pa I Please destroy the previous one. r • • • • • • • '• • A safe driver's clinic, free to 5 :30p.m. U . C. Recreation Comrn. softball, ho wling, t ennis, archMonday Arts Division, the UC Arts and l\lanaging Editor . ........ , ................ Sarah Caldwell Foreign policy has nothing the publl c, wi'll be held at the Bridge Tournament UC108 ery, ping pong, billiards, a tur-All stars vs. Aborigines. outer whatsoever to do with liberal6 '30 p.m. Student Assn.Lerislature. key trot, and a tug-of-war. •. vs. Beta I East, ClEO vs. Exhibits Committee is sponsor-Features Editor ............................................. Virginia Monies ism vs. conservatism. Some lib-University of South Florida 7 :00p.m. Forensic Assn. Jon Axford fl.n•'shed fl'rst 1 .0 ing a Student Art Exhibition Athletics Editor .. ............................................ Richard Oppel like Max Ascoli, editor of Nov. 27-28. 7 :30p.m. P. S . MaJors UC248 Tuesday Organizations Editor ......... , ............................... Charlotte Frese The cliniC iS being sponsored FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1002 the Turkey trot cutting 35 8 Arete vs. Aborigines. Beta m East Contest, under the direction of uc Activities ...................... : ........... ............... Jackie Montes the Reporter, advocate a tough 12:20 p.m. Council of Religious Ad sec()nds off the oid record with Beta All stars vs. Nancy Hubble. The paintings Copydesk .............. . ........ .. .. ..... Danny Valdes, Michael Foerster policy and others do not. If you 4 ,30 p.m. ugfo\61 his winning time of 5 : 25. Of Wednesday chosen to vie for first prize of Faculty Adviser ...... .. ............................... Dr. A. T . Scroggins had attended the debate you test driver reactions . S :OO p.m. u . c . Hospitality Comm. course nobody will swear to the Arete vs. Prophets , Beta n West would have heard me say: "We Xmas Decorating Party vs. Beta II East. $50 will be exhibited in the STAFF WRITER6 have' taken the initiative in A huge trailer, "Classroom on Fishbowl UC248. UC264S fact that the course is the same Thursday Univ rsity Galle Lo g f Wing Preodor Ed carlson LoreUa Goldstein Wheels," courtesy of Allied Van Upstairs & Downstairs Lob-one ran by last year' s contest-Beta AU stars vs. Beta IV west , N e 26 t'll D ry9 et r<;>m Loren southwick Paul MelssQer J i m Jordan Cuba and I hope we continue to L' d tf'tl d f by uc Beta 1 v East vs. Beta 11 East. ov . 1 ec . . II'S pnze Kay Keating John Gullett Marilyn Vik do so. " Perhaps it would be 1nes an ou 1 e as a sa e SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1!>62 Tiny Geiger walked 1. OF .. It'olast will be chosen by three univerwiser, Mr. Thompson, if in the driver's clinic, will form the 9 :00p. m . 2. Dennis McGarry ....... outer Alpha sity professors, and the win-future you check your informa-basis of the activities. u . c . away with 26th place honors, J. Bill Bogllo .............. All Stars ning entr y will become a part The CAMPUS EDmON is produced with the l•boratory section of tion carefully before Jumping Allied driver-instructor Ed SUNnA v. DECEMBER z. 1942 lust edgi'ng out a guy Wl'th a 4 . BUl King .............. Beta I East of the Center Student Coli c EN 347, Maga•ine and Feature Writing. Deadline for copy Is noon Duffek WI' II s h 0 w a ccJ'dent 11:00 a . m . Fides UC108 :;, Ray Fleming .......... Beta I West e • Wedne sday or the following Monday edition. For information regarding to conclusions. 3 :00p.m. Formal Opening or Univ. broken leg. 6. John Ward............ . . Enotas tion. Second and third place the Campus Edition dial Ext. 269. movies, test driver reactions and Gallery. " Faculty Exhibi All 55 contestants finished. 7. Phillip Chestnut... Beta n East winners will be awarded prizes Yours truly, Lecture on safe driving techtion" LY N o . 55 had a time of 10: 10, 8 William Harden. .Beta All Star s of $20 and $10, respectively. Manuel G. Mendoza. niques. PP:::;: .. .. THE FEEDING OF THE TROOPS Students and faculty fed at the 'Autumn Antics' barbecue prior to afternoon 1-M activities. Left to right are Sondra Decker (foreground), Ginger Bur gin, Virginia Montes, Annette Albrecht, Louise Stew art, Dr. R. J. Decker, Bart H. Engert and Jim Metcalfe, a mainstay of the All-U Weekend. -USF Pht>lo THE FRUITS OF DEFEAT Alice Evans, left, and Judy Schoenborn bite the mud in the recent tug-of-war contest held on campus as part of the All-University weekend. As far as the winner goes, only their launderer knows for sure. a TRACK CHAMP CONGRATULATED Jon Axford keeps a hand on his trophy as he is congratulated by intramurals director Murphy Osborne Jr.1 instructor of physical education; and Louise Hackney, who presented the turkey. Axford finished first in the Autumn Antics turkey trot with a record-breaking time of 5 minutes, 25 seconds. Judging from the expres sion on the turkey's face, he has just learned of the "Ax" in owner Axford's name. '


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