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University Of South Florida Campus Edition SEVENTY-FIRST YEAR-No. 10 t TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1963 Spaces Open For Spring Trip To New York, Wash. PRICE FIVE CENTS Student Artist Student Apathy Hit Gets Hon. Mention ' By LOUISE STEW ART Three University of South Florida students had art works at the Florida State Fair which just closed. Represented in the Fair's gallery were David l)ye, Sue T e s s e m, and Bob Stack-At Chinsegut Meet ' house. SA Tells New Plans Dye's welded metal sculpture took an honorable mention at the s h o w i n g. Dye ' s usual method is to find heavy pieces of scrap metal such as iron, etc., welding them together in an ab stracted s c u l p t u r e. Besides being aesthetic, these pieces are very strong and endurable, and will withstand being stood on by kookie artists and curious re porters. For Upcoming Events Sue Tessem and Bob StackBy RICHARD OPPEL "A place where things that have been lost are rediscovcred," is the translated meaning of the Eskimo word Chinsegut. After almost 120 years, the given name of USF's hilltop retreat just north of Brooks ville is still fitting . More than 40 student and h o u s e had paintings in the showing . The nearest category for the benefit of the layman, in which one could classify the is abstract expression•1 ISm. USF ON EXHIBIT . faculty delegates arrived there The University of South Florida just completed a 12-day stand at the Florida early on a foggy morning, Feb. Also representing USF at the Fair is an exhibit showing the locals and winter vi s itors an overview of USF. In the booth which is located just south of the new Cultural Mall, is a tete story machine with about a State Fair in a spot just off the new cultural mall at the fairgrounds. With slides 9, to spend the day discussing of the University scene, two huge photos, plus catalogs and brochures, USF was campus problems and the fu-well represl!nted. Volunteers from among students and staff manned the booth. ture of USF. 1t dozen slides , and two large mu rals of the UC and the TA . The booth is being manned by volunteers from among both students and staff Members. It was a 12-day operation with three shifts a day and one or two people on each shift, all told about 50 people. The number of people who stop varies from day to day and their reasons vary also . Some are interested in the University others are k i ll i n g time, and some just stop to rest. Which just goes to prove that USF is a community service. Class Offers To Check Tax Problems YOUR OPINION Pollsters Want Student Info RAMAT-GAN CHAMBER ORCHESTRA The Ramat-Gan Chamber orchestra is sponsored by the government of Israel with the Ramat-Gan municipality a suburb of Tel-Aviv, and the American-Is raeli Cultural Foundation. With these organizations bearing the financial support of the orchestra, the group was able to make progress toward achieving a high mu sical standard. The group is appearing in the TA on Friday at 3:15 and 8:30 p.m. Student • . I f New Hues Flatter uc Hal-l '


Deaths ADVERTISEMENT Tampa and Elsewhere • tn More Comfort Wearing FALSE TEETH A RTHUR T. GLENN f Smith of son. survivors include her grand-Alcssandria Della Rocca, Sicily Arthur T. Glenn, 74, of 409 W1lham Clyde W1dner. of Cle.arparents, Mr. and Mrs. F1ed Bohe had been a 1esident of TamE. Hanna, died Sunday in a water: one brother. Erby Ewmg Tampa, and Mrs. Made-pa for 57 years. He was a re an Improved powder. sprinkled on Tampa hospital. A native of of Hollywood, Fla.. and two ltn e B lggs, Tampa; great-great-, tired coar m ke .. nd a membN Crogan, N.Y.; Mr. Glenn had grandchildren. !grandmother, Mrs. P. D. Copef C E a . lidS . . . . tortable. No Kllmmy, gooey. pasty resided in Tampa more than 10 land, Tampa, and several aunts! o en IO spano UlVJ:VOlS m-taste or teeltnlt. It's (non . . , . . I d h . FAY lHARI E and uncles elude hts W1d011, Glona; twu acid) . Does not solll'. Checks "plate SUt\IVOlS u c IS Fay Marie Biggs, infant sons. Joseph and Jimmy. •both o do r breath". Get FASTEETH today \\'ldO\\ • l\1rs. Nelhe Glenn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank FRANK M P ARDO of Tampa one brother Pettr a t dru g counters everywhere. I a dau;,htcr, L. Biggs, of 3714 E. Paris, died Frank l\I. Pardo. 67. oi 1707' Pardo of 'Tampa. and ---S 11 0 t w T s --\ llhge_r. Tal pa, a . . in a Tampa hospital Fl'iday Chipco St., died Sunday in a [ ter, 1\fl'S. Theresa Pallcrmo oJ e u gro n oy Ste\\ at t Glenn, Poughkeepsie, afternoon. Besides her parents Tampa hospital. A native of Tampa. With a WANT AD-Ph. 223-4'1 1 1 NO SELF-SF.RVICE IIERE -(AP Wlrephulo) Karen Heller, 4, with little brother Timmy, 1, a t her s i ' d e, feeds a n injured deer her father, Anthony Heller, found on the family's farm near Pool esville, Md., recently. The animal's hind legs are paralyzed. The Hellers hope to nurse it back to health. Death s in the Tampa A rea :\'.Y.; and a nephew, Parks ' G lenn, New Paltz, J\.Y. CHARLES WEINER Charles Weiner, 64, of Muni cipal Trailer Park, died suddenly Saturday night at his home. A native of Russia, he had been in Tampa t h r e e months and is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lillian Weiner of Tampa; a sister, Mts. Goldy Hureitz of Worcester, Mass., and two brothers, Nathan Bloom of Augusta, Maine, and Alex Weiner of Brooklyn, N.Y. JOSE VALDES I ,Tose Valdes, 80, of 2018 N. Armenia Ave., died Saturday morning at a Tampa hospital. A native of Cuba, he had lived in Tampa 60 years and is sur vived by a daughter, Mrs. Hope Varon: two grandchildren, Joe Hajaistron and Alfonso Varon Jr., and two great -grand children. TOM WATSON SMITH Tom Watson Smith, 67, of 3105 Chipco Ave., died early Saturday morning in a Tampa hospital. A native of Clay County, Ga., he was a former Atlantan and had been a resi dent of Tampa for 43 years. Ile was a retired cattle buyer. Survivors his widow, Mrs. At the Centers ;\lONDA\' Gar.v Center Teen dance, 7 p.nt : Cleat field Center Beginners'. adult squure dnnre class, 8 p.m. '\ol'th Community Center Phy•ically handicapped club. 7 p.m. Ponce DeLeon Center Teen pro gram. 7 p.m. MRS. MARY MAXINE IJANE his widow, Mrs. Doris L. Hudi-MRS. SALLY MURPHY Hunt center _ Teen niJlht. 7 p.m.; Mrs. Mary Maxine Lane. 72. sill: his mother, 1\lrs. Audrey :Ylrs. Sally Murphy, 53, of 4004 elrama dub, 6 p.m . ; Junior rifle club. of 9408 Brooks .. died early Rudisill; three daughtei'S, Pa Faulkenburg Road, died in a 6 center -P1e-teen "GashF01'5idpal_tYal m faJ Takmpa tl'icla. Roberta and Joyce Rudi Tampa hospital Friday evening. 'C::'nununlty Center A native o ac son . . Beginners ' bridge, 7:30 p .m. ville she had been a residentiS JJl, all of Tampa; three step-She was a native of Tampa, a seminole Heights community centot f T • f 17 j D E d Ed d b . f tb C th ]' Cl , 1 Bealnners' da n ce class. 8 o amp a or years, com ng 1 sons, on, ugene an war mem er o e a o IC 1u1 c 1 p.m.; chess club, 7 p.m.: Judo, beginhere from Philadelphia, Pa. Letner all of Dayton Ohio one of the Nativity and Ule Seff. nets C6-t4l. 6 p . m.: advanced. 7 p.m . : S ' 1 d L ' ' ' • men and boys nducted Wednesday after-.. l Nebraska Ave., wtth Mr . Harry E. 6 Intertwines 46 Attempt Killed 47 Common 1 O will follow In Oo ange Jlill Cemetery . Young contraction bovine 48 Certain H aney, Joe Schultz, and Cecll Thomp14 Make happy daisies 1 5 Rabbit 52 Put owoy for 16 Moloriol future use son . Honorary pallbearers are: Perrv Costilow, George Castendyke , Earl .Blount. Fred Holloway and John 1 7 18 HARTWICK. HOWARD D. Funeral •ervlces too lllr . Howard D . Hart wick, 68. of Gibsonton, will be con duc ted Tuesclay afternoon at 2 : 00 fever 55 Stair Italian river 56 Tear Gloomy 57 Small water ROBERT L. RUDISILL Robe1t L. (Rudy) Rudisill, 60, of 8719 El Portal Drive, died unexpectedly Friday night. A native of Ohio, he had lived in Tampa 18 years. He was a membet of the Forest Hills Bap tist Church and A. W. hordst Lodge No. 185, F&AM. He was owner and operator of the Tower Gulf service station since 1945. Survrvors include ART in STEAKS Coclaails Served A.ll Major Credit Card! Mon.-Sat. 5-12: Sun. 5 -10:30 P.m. BERN•s STEAK HOUSE 1208 liouth Howard Phone 233, 252 4 BUts. N. Ba:nhore Ronl Hotel Avenue, with the Rev. Donald F . will follow In Showman ' s Rest. Pall bearers will be: Norman Rady, Harvey Wilson Sr . . Tommy Allen. c. J . :\1cCarthy , James Harrlnj!Lon. and Glenn Porter . Mason;c 11raveside services will be conduc t e d by the De Soto <.;hapter No. 201 r'&AM. PARDO, FRANK nt. Funeral servkes for 1\lr. Frank 111. f'ardo, 67, or 1707 Chlpco St. , who passed a way Sunday In a local hospital, will be conducted Tuesday afte rnoon at 4 o'clock from the chapel of lhe C . E . Prevatt J<'uneral Home with Rev . B. Paul Hart, pastor or the Latin American Bapti s l Church, orflclating . Pall bearer s will be Emelio Menendez . Geor g e Annis, Jerry Valdes, Joseph Ca. tell ano. Joseph Vetrano and Jo seph Pa1-do. Interment wlll follow In Centro E s panol Ceme t ery. The famil y will b e at the funeoal home tonight from 7 to 9 p .m. SMITH. LAWRENCE-1-"u n era l •ervlces ror Mr. William Law ren e e Smith, 83, 5 909 1st Street , Bal la s t Point. resident of Tampa for six ;vears, who passed away Frida y eveninf at his residence, will be held 2 Blvd., with Rev. A1t W Johner. pas tor of Interbay Faith Church to otliclale . Interment will be in Myrtl e IIIII C emetery. 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'\ \ ___ An_vE_RTIB_EME_N_T __ BUT HE DETAILS CONSTRUCTION NEEDS THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday , Febl'l.: .. ry 18 , 1963 Bryant Mum on Money-Raising Plans HARD OF HEARING? Burial lnsuranc, e Sold by Mail •.. You may be qualified for $1,000 life insurance ... so you will not burden your loved ones with funeral and other expenses. This NEW policy is especially helpful to those between 40 and 90. No medical examination TALLAHASSEE (JP)Just where Gov . Farris Bryant in tends to get millions of dol lars he wants for long-range construction re m a i n e d a closely held secret for the what the money would be used for: recreation areas, s c h o o 1 s and government buildings , all for the citizens of 1980. Bryant's cabinet recom mended to the 1963 legisla-ture, convening April 2, a record budget calling for $882 million during the 1963-65 biennium. raise taxes. It was the first time since World War II that taxes were not raised. This time, Bryant's position has changed. 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THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, February 18, 1963 -.m.-Talos ................ UC204 the SEISA CS_outheaster n. student. MacFarland like the ................. UC205 collegiate Salling Assoclabon). student is involved in a search Four new \ntramural events Arete .......... .... UC264-5 The SEISA holds regattas for truth; a process of rubbing are appearing on the scene as throughout th.e. South and also out and painting over with the basketball leagues finish Cieo .... • .................... UC226 holds compehtive matches be-understanding and force is up. Scheduled to start today 7:30 p.m.-Paldela ............... UC223 t . I 'I' 1 b p 8oo P m Fides UC2oo ween nva sal mg c u s. common to both. women's tennis and men's tennis F.!a -:........ ::::::::::::::uC221 ent members of the SEISA mArtistic Search 8 '30 TAT elude the University of Florida, There are three unusual with men's softball starting WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20. 1963 Rollins, T a 1!1 P a P i e c e s in the exhibition. In around the same time. Also a 1 '25 . .. Duke, Georgia Tech, Mlaml, these the artist is exploring tournament will be held to student Assn.Polling FSU, and Tulane where the last another aspect of paint and comm. . . . . uc2o0 regatta was held. line. "Nature's Lace" is similar award activity points for the Foreign Language ciui:. : :uc2o3 USF hopes to send teams to to the work of the Tampa art-men's basketball teams. u.c. Movie Comm ....... UC204 Young Democrats ........ uc2os these .regattas if they become a ist Testa-Secca . This along with Tackle Football? member. "Matriarch" and the smaller Intramural 6-man tackle footSkin & Scuba Diving Club uc221 No former sailing experience watercolor "Black and White," ball is a foreseeable possibility 1 ,25 stu.ileiit ..... uc223 is required to join the sailing should be given special confor next year. There has been Union .. .............. UC226 club. Florida weather is ideal sideration. In these, more than discussion on this matter within Business Administration for sailing and the club is a the others, the artist is con-the PE division. Participation comn... "stereo uc264' 5 way to learn how to sail and cened with line to define would probably be limited to Hour .. .. .UC157 have fun doing it. The sailing shape, instead of edges. There one four-team league in view club meets every Tuesday dur-is also a variation in the color of the equipment needed and ing sixth period. scheme. The artist seems to be safety factor. 4:40 p.m.-u.c. Lessons comm. searching or his technique. Joan Potter To Star In 'Streetcar' 6:00 .... UC108 Actor Panas They are not as far developed council ................ UCI24 or as fine as No. 13 and No. 1 7:00 p.m.-Forensic Assn ..... UC226 T p es nt and seem to be some of thl' 8:oo .ucr68 0 r e artist's earlier work. service comm ......... uc218 M•lme Show -Jim Felte! THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1063 1:25 p.m.-University Religious f It E t N Y Council .... ._ ........ UC200 The Workshop Theatre of the e er n erS • • ::: :: University of south Florida will Paint inn Competition senior Accounting Club .. UC226 present an experimental pro"::I Fla: .... CHt06 gram of mime in the University Jim Felter, fine arts major at Rcc. committee .......... uc222 Theatre Wednesday Feb. 20 at USF, has been invited to ex-Book Aid hilarity was reached with the entrance of Thomas and Mon-Tryouts for the University of OHered By sieur Diafoirus, the Invalid' s South Florida Theatre's next doctor and his son. Albert production, Tennessee Williams' F • Sanders playing the son got the - A Streetcar Named Desire, have 6:3<> p.m.-Student Assn.-8 p.m. ' hibit his painting en tit 1 e d, s:oo During his six weeks on the "Conflict No. II" in competirafern1ty most enthusiastic audience re-WHAT?! ME WORRY? been scheduled by director Jack Verdandi, a new fraternal sos Pons e of the evening. His Argan (Alexander Panas) the central character of Clay in uc 264 on Monday and Leadership Training USF campus Broadway actor-tion at the National Academy s:ao ...... mime Alexander Panas the star of [)esign in New York, in its clety, has recently been formed every nuance of characterization the "Imagt"nary Invalid" has Just unsuccessfully com Tuesday, Feb. 25 and 26 at was delightfully received. Both 7 30 "Wild Strawberries" ... TAT of the recent USF prod'uction of 138th ann u a I exhibition of FRIDAY, FEB. 1063 The Imaginary Invalid, has been paintings in oil, sculpture, wa training a company of students tercolor and graphics. on the USF campus. The name Sanders and Michael Kelly play-pleted negotiations to betroth his daughter to the : p.m. Verdandi is Norwegian and ing his father had the audience young moron on the. right, Thomas Diafoirus (Albert Broadway actress Joan Potter means "the pres e n t." It is th h t t h will star as Blanche in the new-Verdandi's intention to work in Wl .t. em every e. . Sanders). Just as everyone is departing, the grea ypo est campus show, which will Chamber Orch. . ........ TAT in a mime show which he calls The print is mostly brown 6 '00 Theatre of Panas is a oils on bare paper and is showthe present toward a1 better Pncilla !ind Collier chondriac goes into his act, with Monsieur Diafoirus play four performances in a future for the students of USF Summers the (Mike Kelly) aiding his son in the pulse-taking. The be-three-day run, April 4-6. SATURDAY. FEB. 23, toos student of the famous m'Odcrn ing for three weeks starting 9:00 p.m.-U.C. Dance Cnmm. French mime the or i s t and Feb. 21. Jim has also received and the Tampa community. were a httle 10 trothal was designed to get Argan free medical care. Miss Potter is one of the 149 "Dogpatch Turnabout" uc248 teacher Etienne Decroux. De-an invitation to a reception s:oo 24' 1963 croux is the teacher of Marcel honoring exhibitors on Feb. 20 . Club Their Bldg. Marceau and Jean-Louis Bar-The exhibit is showing at 1083 nz rault. Fifth Ave., New York City. Verdandi will soon be offerbut diSplayed. actor-members of the world fa1 b k h 1 h . t 1 . fme vo1ce. oo sc o ars Ips o qua 1"The Imaginary Invalid" was mous Actors Studio in New f1ed students have. need of originally intended by Moliere UC ACTIVITIES York City, which is headed by them. The socrety work as biting satire on the medical Lee strasberg. Playwright WilU.C . .Movie Comm. "Three Coins in the Fountain ... TAT closely w1th the admm1stratio_n profession of his period. The B d 1 B t Iiams has been associated with book store to develop thlS costuming, .the settings, the roa way s es ' the work of the studio almost Campus Notices PlOJect. music excellently directed by from his first days on Broadway . The club has 10 brothers, who Edward Predor the manner-According to director Clay, are: Bob D u b a y, cb'ancellor; isms of the all place s M • all other roles in the renowned ner, Raymond Joseph Lar!z, Faye Mickey Laurence, f i r s t vice the play more or less within te reo OV I e s Williams' drama remain uncast. Sidney Smith, chancellor; Scott Trent, second the period in which it was writI Auditions are open to everyone, F A c u L T y SERVICE REPORTsvice chancellor; Dennis Silver, ten; yet much of the satire bestaff, and the commusecretary general; Howie Kut-comes dissipated or lost in the , . . . d . mty at large. • faculty member or anyone who may zer, treasurer, J a c k Knight, stag 1 n g. The character of Broadway s Best f_ e_aturmg: provlde music for_ an_ cmg. be teaching o r e should iorward ll b A Streetcar Named Desire is a completed report for •rri public relations; Barry Beralde, although very effecOklahoma, South Pacific, West Dress for the occaslon Wl e one of the best known and most mester u to the Division of Finance Pf1cker, pledge Mark tively done by Jack Belt, does Side Story, and Damn Yankees strictly "Dogpatch." controversial of Tennessee Wil-and Accounting by Feb. 22. The Tampa Times University of South Florida Campus Edition Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . • • . . . . . . . . Louise Stewart Managing Editor ...••••••••••.. .' ......... Richard Oppel Features Editor .......... , .... , ........................... Jack McClintock Copy Desk ............................... Michael Foerster, Danny Valdes Faculty Adviser ...................................... Dr. A. T. Scroggins STAFF WRITERS S _ 1egle, Stew not ass ume the lmport.ance that will be the theme of the U.C. Sunday, Feb. 24 the movie Iiams' plays. In 1947 it won the 1'i soc1al c h a .1 r m a _n; should to make satire effecStereo Hour, Wednesday Feb. "Three Coins in the Fountain" Pulitzer Prize and made Marlon Plant, 114, AD 1045, 2004 4th st., Brooks Taylor, athlebc chall'bve. On the whole, though, the . . . Brando a household word The 242; Jaeschke, Donald P., Assistant Ed carlson Sarah Caldwell Loretta Goldstein Frances Freeman Paul Koenl& Dorothy Lal!er Dorothy Schamberg Plerrino Mascarino man; Dr. William Habberton, entire production was very well 20, at 1:25 m the T.V. Lounge. Wlll be featured lD the TA at play tells the poignant of J.fill';;t" club advisor. done. -by Pierrino Mascarlno Those interested in taking 7:30 p. m. Admiss_ion. will be a beautiful woman of decaying Plant, 114, AD 1045, ::;07 13th st .; stanley Pahor Tommy Eure James Felter Jackie Montes the annual Spring trip to Nas-25 cents. The mov1e, m color, Southern gent iIi t y finally Marilyn Durden sau must pay a deposit of $25 features Clifton Webb, Dorothy trapped in the dingy New Or-sSohnanreoln SDerr,.vviec,es9;88H62u7n3t,.ers'mF,.trha.nMk,ild7r6eOd4 THE CAMPUS EDITION is produced with the laboratory section of h Q rt t t En 341, Wrltina for Mass Communications. Deadline for copy Is noon before March 4 and complete McGuire, and Louis Jourdan leans Ftenc er apar men K. Mrs .. 988; swanson, Mary Ann Wednesday for the following Monday edition. For information reaardini Our BA Most Preferred b A .1 1 Th f and revolves aro nd th ee of her younger s1ster and brutal g!: L_n_e_w_•_fo_r_th_e_c_am_p_us_E_d_i_uo_n_d_ia_I_E_xrt_. _26_9_. ------------' By LORETTA GOLDSTEIN The BS differs from the BA payment Y PI'l e en lre A . . 1 h uh . r brother-in-law. Jetlons: Martin, Ulls c.; Payne, Joyce . What is the Bachelor of Arts only in regard to the BA's for-cost of $65 pays for 4 days, mencan gll' s w o ave Jour-Reading copies of the script A. Mrs. . woodchuck's Adventures, You can G!> degr_ee? In what respects does elgn language requirement. For-transportation to and from neyed abroad to fmd romance are avallable at t h e Reserve FOLDERS F.OR NEW FACULTY a Long Way, zoo Baby Animals, Med•it d ff f d g Offer d MEMBERs-New faculty members, and tenanean World, Mexico-Land and t 1ther .eti. re_,es e eign languages are Included in Miami to Nassau on S/s Bahama and happiness . The beautiful Room desk of the university li-any others. who have not yet received People, Prehistoric Man. a o er umvers1 es 1 d f R t their orange Work-Study folders should WITHDRAWALS -Richard Arnold Dr. s. idney_ Frenc_h, of the seve n Basic Studies courses Star, including two nights at vSP1.ve1.dn boarckogrounodm. eAspraesesnecsonda brary. phone Ext. 172 and a copy will be sent Davis, Charles Wells Lockhart, John d ff d f d h BA f f d t USF by campus mall. This material should Joseph Mason, Louise S. Morrison, aca em1c a e me t e . o ere a sea. feature a silent movie with C .Q Cl b El ;,.ts• be In the hands of faculty members John William Raile, Shirley Foster degree be!Dg the Dean French was asked how This trip is open to the facCharlie Chaplin will be shown. 0 p u I students for Trimester stone to h1gher degrees m f1elds the BA degree would affect lty t I: d t d t A .1 . PI S • A t" AvA 1 LAB L E FEB. 11_ SENATE coMMITTEE MEMBERS such as science and engineering math and science majors, usuu • s a an s u en_.s. rB_l Champ . . . ans pr•ng c: IOn MARCH 1 -Mike Makes His 1\lark, ELECTED-The following were elected while culminating the require-ally receiving the BS degree rangements for the tnp are A spec1al b1ll1ards exhlbltlon Off" f th d' . . f Political Parties, Politics and Elec-to serve on University Senate cotr)mit ments for teacher traln1ng and and especially graduates being made by_ Scott Lah. ti of by_ . Jimmy oar. as, B. runswick 1cers or e _ lVISlon1 ob tions, Puppet Maker, Little Red Hen, tees ror 1963: CoD?mlttee on Elections: h UC R t C tt d the Work Study Co Op C u Language in Action: Where Is the T. F. Stovall, chaU'man; R. H. Fuson, other professional fields. ing for the MS degree. His r et e ecrea lon ommi ee. Bllbar s Champ1on, Wlll be h b Meaning,'s New FamUy Pat-s. c. McArthur. G. E. Woolfenden, The BA was chosen as the ply was that in most fields the Sadie Hawkins Dance sented at 1:25 and 7 p. m. m now on Cam? u_s .ave . een terns. Japans Food from Land and Sarah Jane CaldwelL student. first degree offered at,USF after BA can be substituted for the USF's Sadie Hawkins "Dogthe UC on oruesday, elected Diane much consideration. French exBS requirement and in no way patch Turnabout" will be SatFeb. 26. Th1s program 1s under nandez, Men 1 d Dro,p Out, stay In, Pressure Groups, stein, E. D. Henry, H. c. Kiefer, th h' f UC R wether V 1 C e preSI en a Teaching Machines and Programmed D4vld C. Joran, student.. Senate Coun-plained that at one time the ham:pers a graduate student urday Fb. 23 in lp o ecre• It t '-t _ Learning, The Hidden Earth, The In ell: s. J. French, cha1rman; R. M. was (and by some authorities seekrng an MS degree. from 9-12 p. m. Pr1zes wlll be atlon Comm1ttee. Sandy Haze on, secre ary reas sects, Order o Insects. Scanning the Cooper, rotating college dean; D. H . still is) considered to be the Although it is still uncertain given for the boy wearing the "Spring in the Air" will be urer. L 0 r e n a n d JJin most distinguished degree, 'but when other degrees will be of-most unusual corsage and the the theme of the fashion show Douglas N,IcD:uffle named steel, A Time for Talent, Which Way J. A. Parrish Jr., R. A. Urbanek. through indiscriminate use in fered by USF, Dean French prettiest one as well. Admission and dance to be presented on to a consbtutlon commlttee. Is North, Wine of Tetrach, Woody Constitullon Committee: c. w . Arnade, fields such as Home Economics, reassures us by saying that, in price is a penny a pound for the Saturday, March 1 at 8 p. m. Industrial Arts and Physical his opinion, the BA is the most boy; girls pay this price for in the Ballroom. Fashions to be Education, it soon lost its value. preferred. both. Travis and the Blue s will feature d are from Viola Todd. ORGANIZATION NEWS Clubs Elect, Plan Feb. Agendas Saturday, Feb. 9, the sisters tute, were chosen to go to the I Gasparilla invasion and parade ident, Ed Schaffer; treasurer, of Sieges entertained three or-retreat at Chinsegut. together. Earl Klay; recording secretary, phans from the County Home The sisters of Ethelonotes Delphi sisters welcomed new Jim Layton; parliamentarian, with a day at the Florida State enjoyed working In the USF pledges with a potluck supper Joel Jackson; CFS Represent Fair. This was the first time booth at the State Fair on MonSaturday, Feb. 9, at the home ative, Frank Hancock; corre the orphans had been to the day, and they are continuing of Judy Harkness in Carrollsponding secretary, Bill Layton; fair and according to the Sieges, their project of working in the wood. During the past week and chaplain, Charles Stuart. they had a wonderful time. library this trimester. the pledges have been busy The brothers are planning a The members of Sieges at-Paideia planning a picnic in honor of hayride for Friday, Feb. 22 . tending the fair were Charlene Members of Paideia fraternal their sisters and dates at PhilYoung Americans for Freedom Roe, Laura Nell Russ, Diane organization had a picnic at lipi Park. USF Young Americans for Pinzkoffer, E I s i e Rodriguez Hillsborough State Park Sun-Sisters of Delphi will honor Freedom have changed the and Barbara Lindsey. Another day, Feb. 10. Plans are also new officers at an installation time of their meetings to the outing is planned later this tribeing made for a slumber party banquet at Toni's Restaurant second and fourth Thursdays mester for the orphans. to be held at the home of Mi-Feb. 23. New officers are: Di-of each month, effective now. New pledges of Sieges were chelle Hutto. ana Zangmaster, president; FEA initiated at an afternoon tea at .New pledges were taken in Terry Miliano, vice-president; Tiny Moffitt president of the the home of Shirley Camp. Tuesday night in a solemn Dudley Smith, recording secUSF chapter of the Student The newly elected officers emony. This ceremony was fol-retary; Nancy Siebert, corre-Florida Education Association, of Sieges are Sara Guinta, preslowed by a tea, allowing the sponding secretary; Joyce Swenreminds all members and those ident; Martha Simkaitis, vice pled ges to become better acson, treasurer; Tish Gabel, interested in becoming mem-president; Zinia Ramos, secre-quainted with the members. historian ; and Dot Gentry, CFS bers to attend the meeting in tary; and Rosemary Maurici, FIA Representative. CH 106 on Feb. 21, at 1:25 p. m. treasurer. FIA welcomed a new pledge, Ballots have been sent out Final arrangements for the state New sweethearts of Sieges Nanette Englefried, during de-to all male Fraternal Societies convention will be discussed. are Barton Moore and Larry layed rush. Friday nig ht, Feb. to select the bes t male pledge An informal panel discus Hines. They were honored at 15, the members of FIA, of last trimester for the secsio n was held Tuesday to dis the annual Sweetheart Ball pledges, dates, and guests had ond Apollo Award. cuss accreditation of the Uni-Feb. 16. a dinner party at the Ember's De 1 phi congratulates Jan versity of South Florida by the Ethelonotes Imperial House. This was fol-Harper who was elected cor-state of Florida. The members Saturday Ethelonotes held a lowed by after-dinner enter-responding secretary of the of the panel were Drs. Douglass, root-pulling party at the site of tainment at the home of the Student Association. Bott, Scrivner, and Reasoner, the new USF r e c r e a ti on president, Nancy MacGillivray . ClEO all of the College of Education. grounds and they plan to have FIA members assisted at the The members of ClEO fra-A team of accreditors, repre-another one this Saturday. USF exhibit at State Fair ternal society bave recently senting other universities in Diana Karr, Sandy Sayles, on Saturday, Feb. 9. The fol-elected officers: president, Rick Florida, will be on campus for Anette Albrecht, Ferrie Lock-lowing Monday, sisters and Biddle; vice-president, Doug two and one half days begin hart and Sandy Lopez, substi-pledges of FIA attended the MacCaskill; executive vice-pres-ning Monday of this week. " -


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