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J . ' CB Race Swept By Bay Campus By ALLAN SMITH and CINDY BLUMENFELD Campus Staff Writers Eight Bay Campus students captured the available Student Association legislature seats for the College of Basic Studies in the College Wide Election last Monday with 96 per cent of Bay Campus students voting. It is the first time Bay Campus students have been tion between the campuses, "be t d . th legisla cause, though one is consider-rteprebsen e m fe B -ably larger, both constitute ure y someone rom ay USF." Campus. The CB representatives also The winners and votes polled think that the SA can help to are Herbert Bryant, 220; John Crowley, 232; Frussell Dickin son, 222; Barbara Dooley, 238; Doug Kaye, 220; Janet Mac Farland, 227; Jack McGuinniss, 231; and John Sanguinette, 214. The new representatives, who were among 23 candidates in the CB race, are all newcomers to USF student politics. The legislators realize that because they live at Bay Cam pus their situation is not typical, but they think they can ade quately represent the students from their college on both cam puses. Rep. MacFarland thinks the representatives should work to facilitate cooperation and affiliacorrect a number of conditions at Bay Campus which may be alien to Tampa students. Rep. McGinniss hopes "to al leviate present problems with wide-range effect on future stu dents at Bay Campus." No races occurred in the Col leges of Liberal Arts, Business Administration and Engineering. Elected in 1 i g h t voting were Peter Grossman, George Walser and Jim Weaver of Liberal Arts; Gary Samuels, Rager Traeger, Mike Ward and Tom Williams of Business Administration; and Rell Lackland of Engineering. There were no candidates from the College of Education. * * * * * * First SA Meeting Goes at Brisk Pace I f I ; i r r SEVENTY-THIRD YEAR-No. 307 1ampa TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 1966 PRICE FIVE CENTS BOOST FOR USF MEDICAL SCHOOL LBJ Asks Funds For VA Hospital The fate of a proposed $13 . 2 million Veterans Administration hospital which could be bub of a great medical complex including USF, now rests with Congress. President Johnson has asked Congress to appropriate $13,261,000 to build a 720-bed VA hospital adjoining USF campus along 30th Street. Also in the works but in an in definite stage are plans for a USF medical school along 30th Street and Fletcher A venue and a 200bed privately o w n e d hospital nearby. Hendrix Chandler, information officer of the Board of Regents, told the Campus Edition that no formal feasibility survey is under way for the medical college. The Regents office and USF of ficials have been in touch with VA to have all possible facilities in cluded in the VA hospital which could be used in training medical and paramedical students in a med ical college. This would help hold down cost of medical college facil ities. Chandler said Regents are ac cumulating information which would help in planning a medical school, should this be undertaken. study for a medical college and some $20,000 was turned over to the Regents by USF Pres. John S. Allen. The money since has been returned to the contributors. Regents Chairman Chester H. Ferguson of Tampa said in a talk on campus that he did not a medical college for USF If the need is clearly established and funds for it could be provided . He noted that construction and opera tion of a medical college is very expensive. The legislature last year author ized plans for a USF medical school but did not provide any funds. The VA has purchased a 22-acre site at 30th Street and 131st Ave nue. It proposes to build a hospital with 480 general medical beds and 240 beds for psychiatric cases . VA prefers to locate newer hos pitals near medical schools for mu tual benefit in education, training and research. Medical school grad uates often work at VA hospita l s for internships and for training in medical specialties . -Photo by Anthony Zappone T a m p a businessmen pledged $30,000 toward a $60,000 feasibility University Community Hospital, Inc. is looking into the possibilities of building a $4 million private hospital at Fletcher Avenue and 30th Street. A Canadian announced plans last spring for a private hos pital at the site but his option on the tract expired. She's A Cool Miss USF coed Cheryl Johnson decided to take a dip today at the pool, 1007 G d t châ€¢tdâ€¢ hi The sixth Student Association SA Pres. John Harper said he even though the water was just right (it's a heated pool) the weather was a bit a ge ry I .Is chilly. Cheryl was selected Miss Florida National Guard last week at Cypress Gardens and has seven other beauty to her credit. She placed third in the and approval of 10 presidential Chief Justice Joe Beckham. Miss Florida competition last year. s p h I L appointments in a whirlwind 25 Dave Searles, Bob Dick, and ays syc 0 ogy ectu rer minute first session of the tri-Barbara Molinari, appointees to mester last Wednesday night. the Finance Committee also c d s . g Ba I let Representatives sworn in were were approved. Searles is the orne y, I ng In I Orwell ' s "1984" has been out-years ago, said Dr. Girden. performed involving placment of winners in last Monday's Colcabinet secretary. paced by reality, a USF audi-It included "personalized tele"stimulators" in the brains of lege-Wide Elections. Appointments to the legislaence was told recently. vision," crude forms of "brainanimals When activated these t s k lc: â€¢ F T tt I Dr. Edward Girden of Brookwashing," and elaborate sys. .' ,Tnniorâ€¢ Blair Weir and Nikki ture include AI Soriano, College par . . . os I Ci n . u e lyn College also the gadgt erns for c h a n g l n g pablic stimulators the am mal were approved for of Education; David Guy, Tony I etry of secret Agent 007 was documents to conform with the perform actions or react to ' justice posts on the Student Cole and Henry Caldez, College "childish" compared with what continuously changing official stimuli which he did not actually Court of Review. Weir is a past of Liberal Arts; and Rick By LANE FEY campus. The opera, one of the ly old philosopher friend of the can be done. party line. . . receive . legislative representative. of Business Ad-Campus Staff Writer dozen greatest of all time, will lovers is being sung by Joe d Speakidng tof nearlyD lOGO. sdtufMtod.zrn dayl btram controdl. lgs The so-called speech center mimstrabon. The Fine Arts Division will be sung in English rather than Copeland. Also in the cast are ents an . pro essors, . r. tr .en o wo ypes, accor In . . 1 Katalanos served a JUStJce SA Vice President John Hogue present Mozart's "Cos! Fan Italian, according to Prof. Jack a chorus of 16 singers, four bal-was the fust In a senes to Dr. . . ?f the bram can shmu ated at St. Petersburg Jumor College announced plans for the formaTutte" (women are like that) Clay. let dancers, and six mimes or of c a ll e d Psychology . In one kmd . the bram Itself m underomg surgery where, she said, "the court has tion of a Constitutional Revision Feb. 9 _12 at 8 :30 p.m. in the The soprano leads are being silent actors. Today. , . With. In the other It to start talk-more power" than at USF. Committee soon . Teaching Auditorium. sung by Paula Davies and BevProf. Everett Anderson, muThe of Btg tt s ma.rupulated by control of mg, s a td Dr. Girden. Staff and student tickets are erly Sever. The young male sic director, has been in rewasf obbvwtus3lY0 thMe t h "And if this is not involuntary * * * * * * now on sale in the Theatre box leads are being sung by tenor hearsal teaching the music to SCience ftehon a ou any expenmen s ave been thought-control, then what is?" Senators Study Bill To Extend Drop Time office. Staff tickets are $1 and Walter Royals and baritone Harthe singers since September, The control of environment student tickets are 50 cents. lan Foss. 1965. Anderson has also organ-h 1 h D d I needn ' t involve punishment of "Cosi Fan Tutte," a comic The saucy French maid has ized an rcbestra of 30 musi'5c 0 a rs .â€¢ p ea .â€¢ n e any sort. Yet it can produce opera about the unfaithfulness been double cast and will be cians. Clay, stage director, be startling changes. of women is the first full-scale sung by Joy DeBartolo and Lin-gan staging before classes beEnvironment control is per-productiod of a grand opera on da Bond alternately. The worldgan in January and is in charge s f T haps most effective under what of everything non-musical. et or omorrow scientists call experiments of Russell Whaley will be in "sensory deprivation."' The University Senate, in a Neel, Robert J. Wimmert, RayCAMPUS NEWS BRIEFS charge and Subjects in such experiments meeting largely organizational, mond Urbanek, Margaret Chap-:.1.B N Wolff will be m lightScholarship applications for and individuals contribute to have all their senses cut off . "'i ing. Kenneth Damels act 1966-67 must be submitted by the scholarship funds. During Their eyes are blind f olded, the i r elected three committe-zs in the man, and Phyllis Marshall were t.". F â€¢ A t 5 ., d ta t '"' }l stage manager an assis n Feb. 1, through the Office of Trimester I, 210 scholarships ears are plugged and even their monthly meeting Wednesday in to the nine-member I ne r s ponsors d director . Financial Aids, AD 166, said amounting to $39,206 were skin swathed to keep out feel-FH 236. counctl. ::::< N Accordin g to Professor Clay, Col. Kermit J. Silverwood, di-awarded by the University ings of pressure and Student senators Tim BradElected to the five-man EduTh . N . E h. bâ€¢t m "these kids are . th. rector. Found a tion. 0 u t side sources ture. ley.. Mike Kannen . sohn.. F r a n c. ational .Problems a.nd Academree ew X I I s !1 they are the VOICes m e Scholarships are awarded on 1 2 0 scholarships Other forms of the same ex-. W whole Bay area. the basis of academic achieveamountmg to $3S,OOO. periment involve tanks of waWilson, and Robm Kuk cau-1c RelatiOns Com mittee were m .,. cused to discuss the possibility E. E . Stanton Jr. Jesse Bin]TI F. A t D t t th USF t f It It b dmentt anhd lfdinabnciaflullntelmede. Satnud-Mâ€¢ â€¢ t ter. Scientists equip subjects 1 e me r s epar men IS ar acu y. ems recen y Gâ€¢ b en s s ou e with ail hoses and lower them of introducing a bill to extend ford, Robert w. Long, Joan G. week will open three new exacquired by the University for I ons have approximately a 3.0 g.p.r. lniS er into dark tanks of water where the five-week deadline for dropMcKee, and student senator hibits in the campus galleries. its permanent collection will be New students must have 12th the temperature is the sam-a as ping courses without penalty of Fran Wilson. From Feb. 1 through March displayed in the Theater Gallery k grade test scores above 400. the skin. failure to eight we-eks, or one Only two senators elected to the. USF Art Facultr exhibit. To 5 pea The u . niversity Foundation Advocates 0 n e university conductin g week beyond mid-term. Bradley the Elections Committee, Earl ht.btt will be on dtsplay n S â€¢ â€¢ and outstde sources bustsuch experiments has sought said, however, they were only B. H.znry and student senator LtAbrlary b 1 d 0 W1mm1ng Test nesses, agencies, corporations subjects for $24 a day, he said. . . . . . . so opemng e . an c n-F b 11 "But there are no takers. The constdenng the measure_R 0 bIn _Ktrk, were tinuing through Feb. 25 will be Washed Out e . . I 'Get Out.l' isolation is too much for them. A new Senate Counctl was named. Five senators were bed the Charles Fager Ceramics Ex -1 Spr1ng Forma They refuse." elected along with a committee for the other positions: Ronald hibit in the Teaching Gallery , Rescheduled b 12 _ _:_ _________ _ on Educational Problems and Keller, G 1 en E. Woolfenden, Fine Arts-Humanities Building. The PE swimming proficiency Congressman Sam M. GibTO Be Fe â€¢ The United States backed in t o Academic Relations and a new Jack E. Fernandez Thomas F. The New USF Acquisitions Extest, cancelled last Wednesday bons will speak Friday, Feb. Na.ncy Lunsford â€¢. USF's. own the Viet Nam struggle when i t . . ' . hibit will open Feb. 3 and will because of rain, h as been re-11, on the topic of "Careers in Contmental entertamer, wtll be pledged its support to non-com Electwns Commtttee. Edgar W. Stovall, and James E. Popovtch, continue through Feb. 28 in the scheduled for Friday, Feb. 4, Public Service." f e a t u, red at munist governme nts in Asia. Kopp, Dean of the College of A runoff will determine who Theater Gallery. 12 _ 3 p .m. The address will begin at 2 Chanson d Amour , the Annual Engineering, was named chairwill fill out the committee. The Art Faculty Exhibit will The registration and test will r.m. in the theater (TAT). SpanSprin g Formal, Saturday â€¢. Feb. So said Dr. Harold Bosley, noted theologian as he spoke to USF faculty and students re cently. Dr. Bosley was a member of an interfaith group (protes tant, Roman Catholic, and J ew ish) sen t by the U.S. govern ment to study the situation i n Viet Nam last summer. man of the Co unci 1 while There was no announcement of include paintings by Harrison take place at the USF pool. Stusoring the prgram is the USF 12 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. , m the Charles Micarelli, Jam-as Ray, the exact time of the next Covington, Robert Gelinas, Jef-dents may change at the locker-Placement Office, in conjuncBallroom, UC 248. .Tames E. Popovich, Richard E. meeting. frey Kronsnoble and Susan Tesshower rooms and will furnish tion with the Career Series Miss Lunsford, who has sung ------------------------sem; sculpture by Ernest Cox; their own towels. An ID card is Lecture. All interested students in London and Paris nightc lubs, and prints by Donald Saff. The required. are invited to atte nd. will be backed up by the band Who1s Who Edition Names Dr. Juergensen Dr. Hans Juergensen, associ ate professor of Humanities, has been included in the lOth Edi tion of "Who's Who in the South and Southwest." The publi cation is a division of "Who's Who in America " by Marquis. Notification of the honor was received, he said, after th.z re lease of his third book of poetry, "Existentialism Canon and oth er Poems." Juergensen graduated from Upsala College, East Orange, New Jersey, and received his Ph. D . , in English and German, Comparative Literature, f r o m Johns Hopkins University. He is past president and co founder, and present vice presi dent of the Tampa Poetry As-Eociation, Art Critic for the DR. HANS JUERGENSEN Tampa Times, a fellow at the Connecticut Academy of Arts I He was also named in the third and Sciences, and a fellow of edition of the "Directory of the Poetry Society of America. American Scho lars." Ceramics Exhibit will be made At 5 P m toda g t t. Gibbons, a native of Tampa, of Val Antonio while the Jerry b C . . y, re ts ra Ion Sk Q u r up of stoneware Y harles closes for profic nc t ts . is a Democrat and represents ora uartet Wl per orm m Fager, also a member of the archery, Y Florida's tenth district in. the UC 252. Also will be fencing, g6U and tennis. Written U.S. House of dance r s Roy and knowled ge tests in the sports He is a gradua.te of the UmCarla Couture. They w1ll perHe and othe r clergymen mak ing the trip agreed that it is time for the U.S. to get out of Debate Set On U.S. Role In VietNam will b h ld T d d versity of Flonda and has form modern dance to the ace e ues ay an 1 t f Wednesday of this week from served in compammen o Jazz. VietNam. 7:30-8:30 p . m. in CH 1oo. government. Smce election Tickets are on sale at the UC to the 88th Congress m 1962, be Information Desk at $3 per "The Vietnamese don't like communism ," he said ,"but they The Forensics Club of the John Stormer Speech Association sponsor Wi 11 Report the fourth Focus Parliamentary Debate Feb. 14, at 7 :30p.m. in On Viet Trip UC 252 . The Yo u n g Americans for The topic for debate is, Re -Freedom sponsored ap pea r ance of John A. Stormer solved: That this house deplores tonight in the TA at 8 will be a U.S. involvement in Viet Nam. dual interest event. The speakers supporting the Stormer, author of the contraresolution will be Edwin P . Marversial book ''None Dare Call It Treaso!l," recently returned tin, Dean of the College of Bafrom Viet-Nam and will include sic Studies, and students Louise remarks on how the war Brink and Wayne Standifer. there affects the people of the Opposing them will be Dr. United States, in addition to dis cussing his book. James C. Bowers, and students Bob Focht and Karen Campbell, Moderating will be Bryan Kin caid. All students invited. The YAF says Stormer inter vi ewe d "leading men and troops." After his speech, Storm er will have a question -a n and faculty are swer period . The public is in vited free of charge. â€¢ has been a member of the Ed-couple. like war less." ucation, Labor and House Ad ministration Committees. SAM GIBBONS Our Mistake The people are emotionally prepared to accept communism if that means an end to the war. The USF Campus Edition last The group felt that the Viet w eek erroneously reported last Nam affair could be more effec week the USF initial application tiv ely handled by a world or fee of $10 will be made non ganization such as the U.N. refundable . They also advocate a move for Ronald Keller, assistant regsocio economic reform in Viet 1 istrar said the new policy states Nam. that students who apply to the Dr. Bosley, i s mini ster of th e university but do not reg i ster Chri s t Methodist Church ( N . Y.C.) will have to pay the fee a second and former dean of the Duke time . Previously the fee, once Divinity School. paid, covered all applications for admissions to USF. This policy in no way affects present or returning students. Inside The Loyal Opposition Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 The L ib rary will be closed Monday , Feb. 7, for the Gaspa Sports 17 Library To Close rill a Day holiday. I I Zowee, What's This? The pattern of llghts pic tured above is part of a device invente d by a USF student. See story on page 17 to see what it does or doesn't do .
THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, January :u, 1966 Point Counterpoint "Counterpoint" is a magazine that expresses opinion. Its impact on the sedate USF community has not yet been realized, but we are glad to see the publication around. The magazine, published by the University Chapel Fellowship, car ries signed articles expressing the author's opinion on a wide variety of subjects. For instance, Pete Gladue usually writes about the emergent political scene. Rev. Al lan Burry usually writes about the political atmosphere and its effects on students and people in general. Barbara Berger u s u a 11 y writes about anything. Others on the editorial boardthe magazine's staff-are Claude Scales, Jay Beckerman, Tom Oldt and Dr. Jesse Binford. "Counterpoint" was born last Jhe Loyal Opposition fall when a group of interested stu dents and staff decided it was time USF had a medium for expressing opinions on issues people were con cerned about. It has been a long time since the White Knights from Tally stormed the USF campus. We should be through quaking in our tennis shoes and start thinking again. Sure, t h e r e was talk that "Counterpoint" would be banned. The staff had difficulty in getting permission to set up a table for distributing the magazine in the UC lobby. But some of the admin istration and faculty members have welcomed the magazine. Everybody should read it. Letters and manu scripts from readers are welcomed by the staff. National Conservatives Test Devised for Super-Patriots By PETE GLADUE Campus Staff Writer We are a super patriot this week. This, of course, is because we are about to get our own all-American big brother, John Stormer. In honor of his visit, we have pre pared some guidelines for super-patriots (under the clever guise of a National Conservatism Test>. There is a score sheet at the end. You may give yourself as many points as you like for every guide-line you have followed , are now following , or intend to :follow in the future. You may cheat. for a super patriot: 1. Make war on those you profess to This is very American . 2 . Spit in a Commie ' s eye. Commies are easy to recognize. They all have long hair and beards, like Laurence Bennett. (Even girl Commies have beards, but they are masters of deceit and can easily hide their chins.> 3 . If your father pays social security, income tax, or advocates fluoridating the mentally retarded, turn him in imme diately. 4. Make sure all your friends are waspish people. Be sure your girl has a wasp waist. 5 . SEND A NASTY threatening tele gram to Earl Warren. 6 . Join the Minutemen. (Bring your own rifle, and no Molotov cocktails, please.) 7. Stop mailing letters. The post of-L I T T L E M A N 0 N c A M p u s flee is a government monopoly. 8. Report USF to the House Un American Activities Committee. It is fed erally subsidized, and that's creepJng so cialism. 9. Buy America. Do you want the Indians to get it all? 10. Join all groups which advocate immediate nuclear destruction. 11. Remember, the Flag is like the cross. Carry both whereever you go. *J Iâ€¢X â€¢ . . @, fl* li I I rn r â€¢.< $-;:-!i.< I I I m I I I I! .-..: I I I II ;< ll I i i. $ p I ll m M m I I l USF Staffers -Recognized In Women's Who's Who Four women affiliated with all over the country. USF have received national re-Before coming to USF a year cognition for their achievements ago, Mrs. Cleary was head of in the most recent publication the library science program at of "Who's Who in American Wayne State University in De Women" by the A. N. Marquis trait, where she received her Company. masters degree. The Library-Margaret Louise Chapman, Science Alumni Association at spec i a 1 collections librarian, Wayne State University has set Mrs. Florence D. Cleary, profesup a Florence Damon Cleary sor of library science education, Scholarship Fund, in honor of Mrs. Mar i j o K. McCormick, Mrs. Cleary. assistant professor of behaviShe served on the executive oral science and JoAnne Young, board of the Detroit Children's assistant professor of physical Book Fair for 11 years and education are among 30 Tam-served as its chairman in 1962. pa Women chosen. In addition to teaching heMiss Chapman joined the USF havioral science at USF, Mrs. library staff in 1962 after workMarijo McCormack is a self ing at the FSU and the Uniemployed consultant . From versity of Florida libraries. She February 1965 to June 1965, she holds a masters degree from was a school psychologist and MARGARET CHAPMAN Greensboro College, N.C., and consultant for exceptional chi!-ti' A t' A p 0 h hi M b' a graduate degree in library dren at Bayside School. Her on ssocJa Jon,. mencan pen c .P. emp IS science and American history work involved psychological testsonnel and Guidance Assoc1a Open champ10nsh1p, Southern from the University of North ing, consult ations and evaluation, American School Counselor Badminton Association Singles Carolina. tion of execptional students. Association, American College title and Texas Doubles cham-Presently the se?reShe director of Personnel Association, Internapio;ship. tary of the Flonda Histoncal al serv;ces at Harless and Kirktiona! R e ad in g Association I ddT t h t Society and the president of the patrick Associates, Inc., from . . ' n a 1 Jon o er enms proF 1 or ida Library Association, 1961 to 1964. Her duties included Council for .Excepficiency, Miss Young is an ac Miss Chapman also is a mem-testing, attending conferences, ChildfrenD and Flodndca Ascomplished snow and water b f th A L'b 1 1 1 r soc1abon o eans an oun-Aer o. t ' e 1 rary VlSit;ng scb1oo1 s, eva1 u afca-selors skier, bowls, and participates in ssoc1a Ion, e 1 sborough dem1c pro ems, P annmg or . â€¢ sailing and archery She also is County Historical Commission, students' future education, de-M1ss JoAnne Young, who . . Phi Alpha Theta, national hissigning ad conducting programs has been at USF for five years, advisor to the USF fencmg tory honor society, and the for industry and teaching read-teaches archery, fencing, special club. American Association of Uniing. conditioning, coaches the girls Apart from her athletic in versity Women. Prior to this, she taught Engtennis team and teaches various terests, Miss Young paints and Also in the field of library lish, physical education and somethods courses for elementary plays the piano. She directed work is Mrs. Florence Cleary, cial studies in junior high and and secondary majors in edu-and produced a recruitment who bas produced copy for 339 high schools. She received her cation in the teaching of physfilm for the Department of publications, including 3 books B.S . degree in journalism and ical education activities. Physical Education at the Uni as well as numerous magazine her graduate d e g r e e in perShe is currently the Florida versity of North Carolina at and journal articles. She is now sonnel services from the College Women's Singles, Doubles and Greensboro. In addition, she writing another book. Her most of Education at the University Mixed Doubles champion . Pre-has been involved with the pro well-known book, "Blueprints for of Florida. She has been affilivious badminton titles she has duction of several television Better Reading," bas been used ated with the Florida Educa-held include the Louisiana Open tapes used in the Physical Edu by public schools and colleges tion Association, National Educachampionship, Greater Miami cation 101 course. Testing Plann .ed In Draft Editor, Campus Edition: In the Campus Edition of Jan. 24, there appeared an article dealing with the activ ities of the Committee on Ex-Faced by the mounting man power demands for Viet Nam, U.S. Selective Service soon will launch a sort of "produce or perish" program, academically speaking. tremism of the USF Young action as it deems appropri ate to make known these facts to the academic community of the University of South Florida ... " Thus the resolu tion merely expressed the will of the club that the Commit tee, as part of its responsi bility, look into these matters. the Campus Edition for their consideration. JOHN R . WALEN Chairman, Committee on Extremism USF Young Democrats Conservatives Want Protection Editor, Campus Edition: MRS. McCORMICK Lengthy Resea.rch Planned The National Science Founda tion will begin awarding coun tinuing research grants on April 1, William H. Taft, Office of Sponsored Research, said. Long-term research projects of high scientific merit involving scientists with a record of out standing research accomplish ment will be considered for scientific approval for periods up to a maximum of five years. Selected projects will be funded initially for about two years and thereafter on annu al basis for the approved full term of the grant. Normally no new research proposal will be required over the term of a continuing re search grant. Support beyond the first two-year period will be contingent on the availability of funds and the scientific progress of the research project. Committee will sponsor for the fourth time the "Best Dressed Girl on Campus Contest,"to be judged Feb. 9 and 16. Application forms are avail able at the UC desk. The deadline for entry is Feb. 4. Nominations can be made by either six people supporting a contestant or the contestant her-self with six sponsors. . . Selective Service Director Democrats. Due to the fact Lewis B. Hershey is expected to that certain aspects of this annoupce plans for testing and article appear to have been re-evalufiting male now widely misinterpreted, I ap in draft-deferred status, accord-ing to news services and magpredate this qpportunity' to The Committee was not formed to investigate Jolm Stormer or any other individ ual. With res p e c t to Mr. Stormer's vis i t, our objec tives are quite limited. It is not our purpose til protest his presence on campus; on the contrary, we believe in the free expression of diverse opinion. Nor is the purpose of the Committee to attack Mr. Stormer personally; we do not believe that to fight extremism it is !l'Zcessary to adopt the methods of extrem ists. The five judges, who will be affiliated with USF, will an nounce the winer at the talent show Friday, Feb. 18. I am extremely interested to The winner will be entered in .J.. â€¢ find that the University of South the Glamour magazine contest-' Florida Young Democrats (dem-The 10 Best Dressed College agogues?), have "unanimously" Girls in America and judged by decided to sponsor a political her photograph. azines. correct any false impressions Voluntary enlistments now which may exist. running at high levels could According to the article, modify the size of draft call-ttp the Young Democrats voted of students now classed 11-S. USF males can expect an "in-"last Wednesday (Jan. 19) to vitation" from their draft board to take an aptitude test in May. A second and third test will fol low starting in June, according form a 'committee on extrem ism' to investigate John Stormet ... " In actual fact, the Committee has been in to press reports. While the Selective Service existence for some months. The Executive Committee of the Y o u n g Democratic Clubs of Florida with the test will be voluntary, draft officials will consider the results along with class standing among grounds for deferment. Tests will be offered to high school, college and graduate students. goal of investigating the tac tics, claims, and charges of extremist groups both Righ t and L eft, and of making its findings available to the ganClass standings, along with aptitude test and other factors, required for deferment will be: At end of freshman year, eral public bas fo r some time upper half of clas s; sophomores, been waging a drive against upper two-thirds; juniors, upper threec:.fonrths; seniors planning to enter graduate school, upper one-fourth, and graduate stu dents, upperhalf of their cla ss. Band Directors Consider Music extremism. The Committee on Extrem ism of the USF Young Demo crats was formed last year as the local co-ordinating body for this effort. The resolution approved on Jan. 19 merely quoting the resolution "authorize(d) the Committee on Extremism to determine the facts con cerning th-a tactics of the author of "None Dare Call It Treason" and to take such Rather we intend to make available to those who are interested certain facts to ' which they might not other wise have access. We intend to present evidence that Mr. Stormer's work is just what the resolution says it is: "an insidious . . . attempt to de stroy the reputation and in tegrety of innumerable loyal and patriotic Americans of both parties ... " If, in addition to the evi dence which the Young Dem ocrats intend to pt"asent in the weeks ahead, any cam pus_ organization desires to obtain information or speakers on the subject of extremism, they a.re warmly invited to contact either myse lf, at Box 409, or any other member of the Young Democrats. Again, my sincere thanks to A music composition, written by a USF professor has been chqsen for po ss ible use in the National Band Directors Concert Fel;Jruary, 1967 , at the Univer sity of Michigan. * * * * * * Prof Urges Dazzling Array of Speakers inquisition to investigate John If a winner, sh.e recieve an all expense pa1d tnp to New Stormer. Since the decision re cieved a gigantic headline in the Campus Edition, it must be con sidered significant by the editor. York :from May 30-June 11, In New York , a thousand members of the fasion industry wil be present at a special party for the 10 winners. Perhaps this "committee on extremism" could be renamed Glamour magazine will award a $500 scholarship to a member the Young Democratic Commitof the uc Fashion and Talent tee on Un-Democrat Activities Committee for helping in the or the Junior John's Committee. organization of the con.test. We conservatives ask only that. According to the cormnittee, we be allowed the protection o.f the shD:uld possess the the Fifth Amendment when we followmg qualities â€¢ a 2.0 grade are called before the Committee point ratio, a clear under Will we be all ,wed counsel? standing of her fashion .a Please let us submit a minority w_orka?le . wardJ:obe plan, mdi report beside your f indings. we VIduality m her use of colors â€¢. a know of c 0 u r s e that Mr. well-groomed appearance w1th Stormer is a patriotic American, well -kept hair, deft hand in and we apoligize for this. He and a good may even have burned his Social flgure and beautiful Security card (in protest of the She should also be photogeruc welfare state). acrording to the committee. The Young Democrats possess "extreme" wisdom in matters concerning the education of the ignorant, innocent college stu dent. Without the Young Demo crats how rould one be informed about this evil subversive man? In t h e i r brillant analysis of "None Dare Call It Treason", were such scholarly words as "insidious, slandered, smeared, distortion, halftruths, and lies" . We hope that the Young Demo crats will continue to uphold their policy of open mindedness during the investigation. snoozeletterâ€¢ Tips Off Alpha 4-East Residents of A I p h a 4-East have begun publication of a bi w e e k 1 y newsheet called the "Snoozeletter." Editor Ronald VanDuyne said he hopes to continue publication throughout the trimester if stu dent interest in the newsletter remains at its present level. The purpose of the "Snooze letter" is to provide news "by, for, and about the men of Alpha 4 East," Van Duyne said. While giving credit, we must mention the publication p lâ€¢tâ€¢ I Plans The composition, "Jesu, Meine Freude," was written by Dr. Theodore Hoffman, associate professor of music. A committee of band directors from 11 southern states chose the com positio n Jan. 20 at the College Band Directors Southern Divi sion Conference in Gainesville, Counterpoint and its "minister"-0 I ICa Editor: Campus Times: ing that we publish a brochure writer, Allan Burry. Thank you, The Political Union, composed S â€¢ C â€¢ I was so spurred by Mr. on what we honestly think of Mr. Burry for giving conserv-of non-partisans on campus, met Florida. en10r 0mm1ttee Gladue ' s biting satire -or posour students, so wa may take atives an opportunity to have a last Wednesday in UC 252, ratiPianS Activities sibly bitten by his spurring only the better ones and avoid speaker on campus . We neglectfied a constitution, and con-The Senior Committee has satire (I have both spur and the clods, and so the students ed to consult you before inviting sidered three major under-enough activities planned to marks so. I'm not sure the.m se lves will know our true Mr. Stormer. takings. keep se nior s busy for the re-wh1ch) that. I Immediately orattitudes . Gratefully, The next meeting will be Feb. mainder of the trimester, said dered Dr. Htrscbberg, wh? runs The second idea is similarly NANCY J. BAREN 14 at 2 p.m. in the UC ballroom. Monica Hartz, senior class vice the Meet the senes, to exceUent, since of all the needs ----------------=----------president. She said that seniors htre the followmg : we have at USF, better and Noted British Writer should attend class meetings. A Selena Zoftic, author of " Pornmore expensive entertainment ma!js meeting will be held for Porn Girl," the inside story of is paramount, now that we are seniors March 9 at 2 p.m. in the what really g oes on at junior no longer so frequently investiTA. high pep rallies; Marquard La-gated. Colin Wilso n To Visit ---------. Bonza, co author with Felicia Certainly the interest is there OrganiZe . of "Queer Deer," the to judge by the picture of Colin Wilson, author of "The The Barbe n de r s, USF's fascmating sto:y of a stag who crowd watching "Batman." Outsider," "Beyond the Out W e ightlifting Club, will have its dared to be different; and Dr. S u r e 1 y if they can afford . , .. . . h first meeting o:C the -trimester Ralph J. Messerschmidt, au"Jack and the Rip:pers" and stder, and R 1 t u a 1 m t e Feb. 2 at 2 p.m. in uc 226. thor of "Whip" (former title, that other swinging group "The Dark," will speak in the TeachThis meeting will be to organ "How to Make Your Secretary Hangmen" at "class" universiing Auditorium (TAT), Feb. 15, ize and announce the club's Love You and N?t Bomb"). ties, why not here? Financing at 8:30p.m. work-out schedule for Tri-Dr. Messerschmidt IS ex -Dean should be easy Take the money W'l h b 11 d "Tb f M ld u d h 1 son as een ca e e mester II. New eqmpment will o o av1a DIV'ZrSity, an as from the Meet the Authors se. . . be selected and ordered. also written "Boot , " the biog ries, if it doesn't get sexier . Bntlsh Dostoevski," and "The Ba rbenders officers are Ernie raphy of a big toe festisbist. In fact, you could even com-Elder Statesman of the Angry Prentice, president; Paul Mr. Harper's program also inbine interests. The most popuYoun g Men , " as well as phi Fescher, president; and terested me . I was intrig';Ied by lar singing group in the South losopher, critic , and novelist . Gene The were apparen.tly h1s two as we all know is "The Hot Wil son's b 0 0 k s have been club's advisor Is Dr. R . E. mam ideas, evaluatmg the facNuts." Why not bring t h e m Dutton. Meetings will be every ulty by students (which I in here and let the students meet translated into 15 languages, and Wedne sday . my naivete thought was already them, and then evaluate the he is the only younger generaNo previou s training or expedone) and bring ing in really big faculty? tion British writer to have a rience is necessary for any name performers. JACK B. MOORE full length biography written male USF student interested in The first is such a good idea English Department and about him. Wilson visited the joining the Barbenders, Dr. that I am stealing it and pro-sometimes Chairman of U.S. in 1961, under a Ford Faun-Dutton said. posing at the next faculty meetUniversity Lectures dation grant. . .. COLIN WILSON t ; â€¢
â€¢ USF Net Coed s Open Season The USF w om e n's tennis team takes on Rollins College here Saturday, Feb. 12 at 10 a.m . in what net coach, Miss JoAnne Young, terms "the sea son's toughest opponent." The six-member team was to have opened its first intercolle giate season here last :i<'riday against the U n i v e r s i t y of Tampa, the following day meet ing the St. Petersburg Tennis Club. The first edition of the Brah man women's tennis team looks like this (in the order they fin ished in a challenge tourney _ )Jeld last week): Elesa Nelson -has seven years of tournament experience . . . ranks third in Florida 18 THE TAMPA TIMES, MGDday, January 31, 1968 17 Business-Like City Jolted By Culture-Conscious USF By JOANNE HANSELL Tampa began a cultural re-hall, explore the possibilities of Tampa Philharmonic Symphony Campus Staff Writer awakening. The University sea new art center, plus other Orchestra, to improve the fine ''To Hell With C u 1 t u r e!" lected the best-trained faculty-cultural projects. arts activities In the commaâ€¢ That's what H. Read's book . Pres. John S . Allen feels that nity. says, but USF's attitude toward artists, and brought cultural USF's cultural impact on Tam-As for the future, the USF culture is quite different. Since events to the area. pa has been more of a cooperfine arts will continue on an USF opened Sept. 26, 1960, it "The USF faculty was not ation, exchange, and mutual equal or higher caliber in reâ€¢ has created an impact on the chosen on its excellence alone, stimulation between the Unispect to in vi ted artists as well Tampa Bay area. but in combination with its inversity and the greater Tampa as events within the division itAfter World War II, Tampa . Bay area self became a business boom-town terest m culturally}ettering the " One m:illion people live with A. new Theatre Center, to be with little cultural climate gen1rea, in commuting distance of the situated behind the TA and pos erated by the majority of the A:t d.' Betcher,d Fme campus," be said. "In this area sibly completed by 1967, will public. There were no cultural f s . Jrec or an proalone, there are over 1,000 art add new programs in opera and traditions to draw upon. essor 0 music . ists, 4 symphony orchestras, dance to the present perform WITH THE COMING of USF, MAYOR NICK NUCCIO h and at least 34 art exhibits a ance groups. and under classification . â€¢ . c h ,cks ranks 21st in nation 18 and under . . . has won many local titles in and a r o u n d Duval mber of pla f th as t week. The University, itself, is To remedy the situation of 1 e n i nsf Tor e p cu situated in an area of expanding Tampa not having a sufficient enJy interests in the performing arts. music hall, USF is requesting chosen to plan a new music the 1967 state to apâ€¢ TODAY, a number of USF prove the buildmg of a 3,000 courts champion in '65. -USF Pboto GREEK NEWS County ..â€¢ Florida State hard Tack I e Tish Adams-is the south 'Good Form,' Both On And Off The Courts Carolina state champion . . â€¢ The USF women's tennis team, from left are: Elesa Nelson, Tish Adams, G ? slsters with sister Jacquie, won both t 18 and under and women ' s douMiss JoAnne Young (coach), Debbie Garrison, Cheryl Koch, Kay a ors â€¢ bles in S.C. . â€¢ . ranks 34th p students and faculty are work-seat auditorium to be situated ing with Bay area groups, such west of the FH building. If all as the T a m p a Art Institute , goes well the completion date San Carlo Opera Company, and has been set for 1969. Signing of Pledges Caps Rush Week nationally and in singles 18 and The Basketweavers is a rel-re pare under. w t B J b? atively new USF orglnization Jacquie Adams-ranked sec-a n a U sy 0 â€¢ made up entirely of girls who ond behind sister Tish in singles play in intramural sports-and Themes 18 and under in S.C. â€¢ â€¢â€¢ with B A R 1 B c 1 they seem to be winning, too . partner Jean Ev lms, won Na-t It was begun in the 1964 fall USF students pledged to fra-Allen Friedman, Mark Gold tiona! Jaycee Consolation Dou -e n a ay am pus e trimester mainly because Janet ternities Saturday to a burg, James Hinkel , Len Kania, bles title in 1964 ..â€¢ ranked Klein and some of her friends By GAIL REEVES busy week of rush James Moses Fred Ritterman 11th S 1 d t' Campus Staff Writer Some 150 expressed mterest ' m outh 18 and under. By LARRY GOODMAN Campus will remember their exNo doubt , too, they'll remem decided the physica e uca 10n W 'th th . t f h as rush activities opened b u t and Ed Smyth. TALOS -Don Debbie Garrison has been Campus Sports Editor perience as one of the most ber the Resident Instructor, majors and the sororities in many withdrew as events went Amaden, Ivan Burroughs , Dan P laying competitively for thre_ e How would you like to be a personable and enJ ' oyable of Norm Ka y e, who helped make needed some competition. ' 1 D J Ell's M'ke Garc 1 last minute preparations for a ong . . . . oe 1 , I . a, years . â€¢ â€¢ ranked seventh In . their life." Bay Campus that experience. They started by playing themes are going on. Here 1 s the list of pledges by Mike Gilmore, sandy Herrick, singles in East ... with partner R_esid. ent Ins. truc.tor , teach a be. basketball and hence the name, f t t R 1 h H lt J h L . d Yesterday , informal rush ra erm y: a P . o on, o n Karen Smith , ranks second in gmrung SW1rnmmg course , 1-Ba s ketweavers. started with each rushee visiting KAPPA IOTA OMEGA-John ton, Mike Mahagan, Ed 0 Neal, Eastern doubles ..â€¢ has playedlrect an intramurcrls program, Brahman Golfers As their membership grew each sorority for an hour . ToAskey, Steve Bercov, Jerry Vince Osborne, Bob Polli, Don in the supervise practice for athletes . from the fall trimester to day, rushees will pick up their Cheatam, Fred Cumbie, Norman Schneide r , Don Skinner, Tedi and m W1mble in two sports and help coordispring, interests widened and formal bids between 2 and 3 Elder, Tom Isherwood, Norman Week s and Ron Young. don Qualifymg Matches. nate S\JCial activities for some I s D b they decided to participate in p.m. in UC 226. McCord, Bud Pritchard, Chuck ENOTASBill Cornelius, Bill . Cheryl been play-250 college freshmen? n eason e ut more sports. Wednesday and Thursday !orSchafstall, Jim Shepard, P au 1 Crowe , Mike Curtin, Ron Dur mg about five years â€¢â€¢â€¢ played . . By the end of the year they mal rush will take place from Wuori and Rod Yates. VERyea, Pete Flis, Kurt Frahn, Ed first position at Pompano Beach This Is the task that Norman were in third place in intra 7-10 p.m. in assigned rooms . Fri-DANDI -Keith Richter. Stan Frank, Luke Geoffr i on, Ken High School â€¢.. runner-up in D . Kaye faces daily at the USF "A'ccuracy, rather than d is in Ohio and Toledo Junior cham-mural point scoring . They were day, from 2-3 p . m . bids for Blank, Andy Boros and Richard Greenwood , John Paul Jones. 18 and under division in Brow-Bay Campus in St. Petersburg. tance " will be the byword for pion, was elec t ed team captain told they would have to become third night bid pick-up will be Saeger. ARETE -John Bell, Gary LaPorte, Bill M civer, Ed ard County. The personable , energetic South Florida's varsity golfers last Wednesday by his teama club if they wanted to keep in UC 226. Saturday, rush will Steve Bruskavage, Dick Byrd, Fillips , Claton Robertson , Rob-Kay Walter-is playing tennis "jack of all trades" has been a in their season's debut next mat es. playing together as a group. be from 7-9 p . m. and then Jim Cianci, Bill Engler, Lee ert Stri ckland and Robert Robcompetitively for the first time t f th B C f Saturday against the Rollins ColThe Rollins m a t c h, previThese girls had become close rushees will sign their preferFugate, Jimmy Jimenez, Ken erson. CRATOS -Brian Allen, this year. par 0 e ay ampus or lege Tars. ously scheduled for the Carrolfriends by now and they wanted ' ential. Kerce, John Lund, AI Marshal , Frances Alvarez, Warren Bran The USF women ' s ten n 1 s on_ly one month , but one Facing a "near_ suicidal" wood Club. course, has to stay together. they 1 and Bill Monty, Bob Mora, Marcus nen, Dale C hristensen, Richard t h d 1 . thmk he had been around smce schedule that includes two per-been tentativey sw1tched to the began the club and agam kept pledgeship bid pick-up w1ll be Paula, Dave Pettigrew , Bob Cohalla , Ron Corces , Don Dar in bold face: all the September opening of the ennially nationally ranked uniQuail Hollow course, near Dade the name Basketweavers . They in UC 226. Rountree, Norm Scaife, Russ rach, Dennis Johnson, B i 11 home matches begin at 10 a .m. at campus, renovated last summer versities _ Florida and Miami Ci ty . The Feb. 12 University of had to get an adviser and they SORORITIES . Sexton, Marty Sullivan and Ken Keegan, Fre d Monroe, John .conere. . from a maritime base. _ in the first three matches, Miami match is still expected asked _Chapman to FIA-The newly prOJ Usher. ZETA PHI EPSILONPallatinus, Richard Rhoden, Ted }g ;t the Brahman linksters have to be held at Carrolwood, USF ' s take the _Job. Chapman chairman this tnmester Dan Armstronge, Doug Drizd, Sexton and John S t . Amant. Feb. 26 at Rollins Colleg e . IN LESS th th K been bustling for the past three regular home si t e. was qmte w 1lli n g and will be Joy Sprmger, for FlA. I---------------------------. March 4-6 at FSU Women' s Invltaan a mon aye . . . has since become their coach Some of their projects for last d 12 at Universi t y o f Florida. has helped establish a solid in weeks sharpenmg thelf puttmg and close friend. trimester were giving a needy us F Gtve n Worl *March 19 at University of Miami. t ls . . and short game. Miss Tampa i t Ch I t d .. M a r c h 25 University of Tampa. ramura program (which mA t t f ta t' g l'ne up Miss Chapman praises the fam ly. food a r s mas an elud e s such student favorites as sth:e: ContestantS Basketweavers highly. During a working on registration this triâ€¢â€¢At carrolwood Country C l u b . coeducational volleyball and bil two sophomores , and a jun ior: recent University of Florida mester. . Varslâ€¢ty Nefters liards) ; helped the students plan Mike curtin, Jim Britt, and Bob Are Invited football banquet, she told Notice by Army Unit dances, and re-open "The SpiStrickland ; Rick Ragnitt and Coach Graves they would take nua I e 0 e . . f R . k L h . B b Obli The Tampa Jaycees are seekon the Gators "anytime." March 18. A campmg trip or Open at Rolll â€¢ns der's Web' ' an informal but Ic e man, 0 nger. t d 1 dge is being Others that could break into ing entrants in the 1966 Miss The club has grown considerSIS ers an P 7 By' smltt:;EY MAKSIM of the plates are used as Ten men out for the USF ten"atmospheric" folk-song and the starting lineup are Jay Wat contest . ably since its beginning and for th 1 s tmmester also. Campus Staff Writer ence points. From these stars. t h b d't' gab spot ; helped coach the Bill D k d Mik Gtrls between the ages of 18 th h 30 b Chns Sawyer, one of the new . th m s earn .ave een con 1 IOrung . . Y eman, an e aad 25 are eligible. Prizes ine _ y ave. mem er.s. FIA sisters, has recently been USF will receive international the relative pos1tions of e surâ€¢ and practmg for the past two some mne USF S1th. . . elude $1200 in college scholarThis m memb7rship elected the president of the recognition when the U ,S. Army rounding stars can be found. weeks for the Feb. 12 season on the Bay Campus m their re-Lehman, state runner-up btlist h . , h . their increasing desire. to Chr ' tian Science Organization. Mapping Service publishes its Th bl h ' h . t d open at Rollins College against . s 1PS to t e Winner . wm have brought them to first IS . . e p r o em w lC exis e th T f b specbve sports (mamly baseball Any girl interested in enter-1 . th' , . t 1 The day thiit FIA recetves star catalog , m about two years. prior to Dr Eichhorn's moathod e ar ros . . T k L p ace m lS years m ramura . , 1 ill d . . â€¢ T . h S f d T l and swrmming); become friends an men OSe ing the contest should contact sports competition . Its S new P edges W en lD The star catalog will be made was how to determine the corâ€¢ . ennlS C"Oac . pa or ay or with and earn the respect of the . Ted Melching at 223-3927 or Jim a slumber at the home _of possible by a photography methâ€¢ will carry an eight-man squad, The USF Brahman swlmmmg Ste h t 229_1853 Th d d-Many people are under the one of the s 1sters. Entertam-od devised by the chairman of rect placement of the suround to be in this 124 freshmen men . team took first P.laces in sev.en lin: is 18 impression that the club is made ment will be furnished by the the USF astronomy department, i ng stars . week . Fmal will be set Being "on the go," however, of the ev.ents m with at noon . up of physical education majors, sisters. . Dr. Heinrich K. Eichhorn . Dr. E i chhorn, through the use a week from Fnday for the folis nothing new to Norm Ka the Umverstty of Miami Fresh-but this is not so. Only two of On Gasparilla Day the sisters Th thod . t f f te ted th , t lowing day ' s match the first ofye. men Jan 22 but lost 49 y d d" T H ld their members are majoring in . ll 1 d 'nk d th e me consis s 0 us0 compu rs, connec e s ar ficial net contest In his college days at Northern h B. h , 1 2 f .th er an IS 0 0 physical education . Other mem-Wlll sde a co a n urmg e ing of stars plates w i th a "mathematical T e ra mans, â€¢ or e H If C T para e. to form a mosaic p1cture of the . , for South Florida. Illmois Umvers1ty , the present season were led by Bill Kelley a â€¢ OUrt OUrney hers are majoring in psychology, k Th l t t . s.prmg . T hat allows the sta r B C "h d " ' ' elementary educat1 " on soc1'ology s y. ese P a es can con am plates to c m togethe b the Five of the ten men currently ay ampus an yman was who p o s ted an outstandin g The Verdandi Fraternity will â€¢ ' FIDEs-on January 9 Fides as amy as 4,000 stars. 0 e . r Y . competing for the sport, which a small college All America bas1 : 05.3 time in the 100yard hold a three-man half-court music, and journalism. initiated their new sisters . After man late s are tak n of the tension . It mm will have no scholarship athketb(l.ll star and his coach was breaststroke, along with Jim basketball tou r ney , Saturday, The Basketweavers partie!Recently elected are Sherry of a region f h o f the letes this ye a r played on last Morton and Steve Stell e who Feb. 19 at the USF intramural pate in all the intramural Wood, money making chairman, k t h 1 edo S s ars w 1 c surround the refer year's " tennis team" which none other than Dr. Gil Hertz, both won two events. , courts. sports, but also enjoy singing Pat Fallon , corresponding secre s yl , ey are toverfappd . evilence stars on too various plates. . . . USF Director of Athletics E t d dl' . . t th d t . ll . rd e r a common s ars oun on a Th' . ff t f posted a wmmng record agamst L k f de th kept USF from n ry ea me IS Fnday, Feb. oge an s agmg social tary, and She y Purvis, reco . Is mosa1c e ec o o verâ€¢ junior colle g es. They are Dick . 0 P 'th M ' . 4 in the intramural office, gathermgs. ing secretary. lappmg the plates is inaccurate How z e Bill Mathes Dave Bauer LATER , the native Illinoisan the. w 1 Iami Alpha 145. Interested in joining ? ConThe Fides Five made thei r Sarett Poetry without the "mathematical Salmon and Cliff coached basketball, baseball, PI dng upd mal n y sel c Any thre e men students tact Jeanne Minnick or Loen first professional appearance a t spring" method because distor â€¢ . . on s an lr s w 1 e a so w n . â€¢ A . t . E '1 3 E t . . . . wll B R d ti th 1 t darth. tenms, and golf at Lmcoln, Neb. . 1 t 'th f h faculty, and staff -may enter rnng on m PSI on a s . the Umvers1ty of Flonda M ed1I e ea on. on e p a es acThe remaining candidates for Junior College . In addition he re ay even s WI res the tourney, the number of en-cal School on Jan. 20. The cordmg to Eichhorn . the t eam are Chip Heath, Henry taught nine physical earns . tries determining the method of Band Schedules group includes : Alice Crowt;t On Wednesday "Two reasons that distortion Caldus , Al Be v ins, and Mike courses , initiated an intramur Next Saturday the US F team e limination . Trophies will be over, Nancy Summers, Jams T h "Poet f L S t t " appears are defects in the orien Sha w Taylor tennis instructor als program and with tl:le help travels to Tallahassee to meet awarded. Twâ€¢ght MUSIâ€¢C Bell Holly Gwinn and Di a na . e ry 0 e w are tation of the film used in the ' ' gg d Fl d St t f h ' will be featured at the Re a ders' m the P.E. Dept. , has had the of h1s team, bmlt a baseball a ru e on a a e res â€¢ . Humpreys. camera on the telescope, and team working out with weights diamond for the school. men team. Saturday, F e b . 12, Jazz SeSSIOn The USF Concert Band will The new advisor for Fides is '!heatre C o ffee Wedn e sd a y frequent atmospheric disturb practicin g general calisthentics: Having taught and coached at the take . a d ay o f f . A jazz and poetry sessJoon feabegin a se ries of Twili ght Co?-: Jane Kuhn. UC 264-65 durmg the free a nces ( clouds and the scatter and performing hi tting drills sever a 1 colleges and high MlaiDl Meet Wmners tu ring the MK III Trio and certs on Feb. 9 at 6:30 p . m. m The Fides Scholarship was S tt t d A 1 ing of li ght)., " he said. since practice opened Jan.17 . schools Kaye was asked to 200-yd. Medley R elay: USF
r :a THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, January !1, 1966 Wedding Scene New Names, New Rings for Tampa Brides Miss Virginia Kerns became the bride of David Eugene Ros enbaum Saturday at 7 p .m. The Rev. A 11 e n Carlsten, chaplain of Florida Presbyte rian College, performed the dou ble ring ceremony in the Tampa home of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rosenbaum, pare n t s of the bridegroom. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kerns of Springfield, Ohio. Given in marriage by her fa ther, she was attended by Miss Patricia Jones of St. Peters burg. Best man was Marc Rosen baum, brother of the bride groom. Mr. and Mrs. Rosenbaum will live in St. Petersburg after they return from an extended trip to Europe. Mrs. David E. Rosenbaum Gasparilla debutante Betty Sue Landrum became the bride ------------â€¢of John Edwin Hankal Saturday Roaches? in st. John's Episcopal Call Terminix 835-1311 The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom J. 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You must see these f urs before you buy. You will have a large variety of new stoles to choose from in dyed squirrel, dyed marmouth and various shades of nat ural mink stoles both in split and fully let out skins. New fur products labeled to show country of origin of imported furs. No refunds. A deposit will hold your layaway. All sales final. EW! NATURAL NEW MINK AT RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES MR. and MRS. OAKLEY, REPRESENTATIVES, are here to serve you Dale Mabry Center RAUL VEGA Phone 251-3763 Mrs. John E . Hankal By EDITH BROOKS "Arabian Nights" is an wrap around pants. The fab excit ing theme for nightric is peacock print on chif wear. Lightweight, floating fon tricot-transparent in fabr ic is used for harem pashades of blue, green, pink jamas and robes with an and gold. This fabric is used also for a s l eeve less coat, side The "p ash a pajamas" slashed to within three here use bow s at the shoulinches of the armholes. It aura of mystery and the ex - â€¢ otic. floats over a pink gown. Soft ruching detail creates a flat1209 So. Dale Mabry NOW OPEN IN OUR NEW LOCATION! 1010 NORTH WEST SHORE BLVD. A TTENTJON-DEALERS, DECORATORS, ARCHITECTS! son FURNITURE SHOWROOMS Sample Displays of: eALONZI o AMERICAN â€¢ BERNHARDT â€¢ BETH WEISMAN â€¢ CAMBRIDGE â€¢ CAROLINA FORGE â€¢ CATALDA â€¢ CENTURY â€¢ CHAIR CRA'fT â€¢ cox â€¢ DELKER o DIXIE â€¢ DUNBAR â€¢JASPER â€¢ KITTINGER â€¢ MARBRO â€¢ MEADOW CRAFT â€¢ MEDALLION â€¢ MOUNT AIRY â€¢ NATIONA L. â€¢ PEARSON â€¢ SALTERINI â€¢ SILVERCRAFT â€¢ SLIGH â€¢ THOMASVILLE â€¢ UNITED o FANCHER â€¢ FICKS REE D â€¢ FLAIR â€¢ FOSTER-McDAVID â€¢ GLOBE â€¢ HERITAGE â€¢ HICKORY CHAIR oWALL DECOR â€¢ LANE â€¢ LINK TAYLOR â€¢ LOEBLEIN â€¢ MOLLA â€¢ MILANO â€¢ MORGANTON TELEPHONE TAMPA 877-4130 J . tering bodice. Date Pad Members of Citrus Park School PYA will meet Tuesday, 7 :4 5 p . m., in the school eafetor ium. Mrs. Sidney Gurr, past preside n t, will speak. POINSETTIA Members of Poinsettia Rebeka Lodge will meet Tuesday, 8 p .m., at Odd Fellow s Temple, 6220 Nebraska Ave . GORRIE PTA Gorrie Schoo l PTA will meet Tuesday at 3 : 15 p.m. in the school auditorium. On Wednesday at 1:30 p .m. Dr. William Bott of University of South Florida will speak to 5th. and 6th grader s about college pre paration. Parents are invited. GATE CITY Gate City Club will meet with Mrs. Belle Evans, 111 W. War ren Ave., Thursday, 11 a.m., for a covered dish luncheon and bus iness session. MACDILL MacDill Officers' Wive s ' Club will have a hail and farewell coffee at 10 a . m . , Thursday, at the Officers' Club . The program will be Ybor City's part in Gas parilla festivities. t white fur muffs with matching Miss Ruth Fagen served aa headpieces. maid of honor. She wore a pink Best man was Tony Perrone, brocade dress with matching aeâ€¢ brother of the bridegroom. Joe cessories and carried a noseâ€¢ Rumore, brother of the bride; gay of blue flowers. 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