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SA Pclsses s TentativeBudget By STUART THAYER Campus Staff Writer The Student Association leg islature labored through a two-ho4r session Feb. 3, and passed presjdent John Har per's tentative budget of $11,000 which included salary in creases for Harper and vice president John Hogue to S500 from $200 per trimester. The budget now must pass through Administration sent tiny before it becomes effec tive. HARPER'S REQUEST for a salary increase, based on in creased duties and anticipa tion of a tuition hike in the fall, according to Harper, was granted after lengthy debate and a protest from a specta tor, freshman Joe McCue. McCue, after getting per mission to speak to the legis lature, protested the SA's fail ure to inform the student body that the two top executives received a salary. McCue said he may take his case to the Student Court of Review to get a constitu tional clarification. The consti tution does Pot provide for salaried student officials nor does it prohibit salaries. HARPER SAID the informa tion was n1>t publicized in or der to keep candidates from running for the offices solely for the money. Harper said afterward he was unaware of the present rate until two weeks before last November's balloting, well into his cam paign planning. Meanwhile, Special Services Secretary David Shobe re ported that a chaotic picture of the Book E x c b a n g e emerged from the recent audit of ils financial accounts. SHOBE, IN HrS REPORT, said that while the exchange was in operation, three meth ods of accoutning were used in keeping track of funds. Some or the money went to the USF Junior Foundation] as provided in the SA bylaws. Some also found its way into the general SA account. The result, Shobe's report said, was confusion as to ex actly how much money was taken in and where it was speut. The Shobe Report recom mended the Book Exchange's dissolution until 1969 when physical expansion of the Uni versitlf Center is scheduled to be completed. li the Exchange is reactivated then, the report suggested a bi-monthly audit under close scrutiny of the Fi nance Department and recom mended salaried employees lo run the Exchange. IN ORGANZ A T I 0 N A L MATTERS, a bill submitted get the money needed to opwill be left to the newly ere by Liberal Arts represenla-erate for the next fiscal year. ated steering committee. tive Karen O'Grady and SenHarber claimed he has been Finally, six appointees were ator Tim Bradley was passed approved, four to fill legisla fo1ming a steering committee the prominent member of the tive vacancies. David fJow to reactivate the ailing College BA Council and should haye land was named as a repre Councils. The committee will been consulted about a posentative from the College of be composed of five represen-tential cut. He said the Coun-Liberal Arts by the legislature tatives each from four colcil had been meeting regular-while John Braley was named leges, and two from the Col-ly, contrary to official state-to the College of Education, lege of Engineering. ments. President Harper said Ken Bodley went to Business The Business Administra-he could find no official cerAdministration, and Margaret tion Council has been tification in Dean Louis C. Jur-Phillips was appointed to lep running full steam under lead-gensen's office of Harber's resent the College of Educa ership from Senior Frank Har-status as a BA council mem tion. The final two were Jan ber. Harber, a non-member ber or that the BA C1luncil Tomlinson as clerk of the leg getting legislative permission was even operating. The presiislature, and Bill Dreyer as to speak, blasted Harper's dent said, after adjournment, parliamentarian. plans for Council reorganizahe wasn't sure that be would The next SA meeting will be tion principally he recertify Harber. The restaff-Thursday night in UC 252 at felt the BA Council would not ing of the College C1luncils 7 p.m. SEVENTY-FOURTH YEAR-No. 7 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1966 SA ROLL CALL 'rHOS.E PU.ESEN'J': Senators: Robin T. College or Bu!iiness A.dmtntstratlon: Kathryn Bernarri PRICE FIVE CENTS John Stormer's Solution Regents Approve Quarter System End Trade With Reds To End VietNam War John Stormer, .author of the diers and cited Russian manu-paper, said "Contacts between controversial book "None Dare factured and Russian manned ourselves a-nd the Soviet Union Call It Treason," urged the missle sites in North Viet N am will expand and improve be United States discontinue trade as chief example. cause of mutual interests." with Russia and all Communist WE ARE FIGHTING not the Stormer said he wondered if nations as a means of helping Viet Cong, he said, not North men who made these statements to win the Viet Nam war. Viet Nam or the Red Chinese, really had the interests of the The state university system's liked by many students and fac controversial trimester system' ulty. will be replaced by a quarter A quarter system would, how plan starting in September, 1967, ever, assure year-round use of ii the State Board of Education university facilities which Re agrees to it. ; gents and presidents have said The Board of Regents ap is essential to help meet ex proved ' a recommendation of the pected growth in enrollment. Council of Presidents for the Many details of the change quarter sytem at a meeting last over now must be worked out Friday in Gainesville. by an inter-college committee have to be incorporated into tbe year-round calendar. In t h e i r re7ommendation to the Regents, college presidents suggested that adequate time be allowed for each university to work out arrangements for the change-over, and they favored September, 1967, as earliest pos sible starting date. More than 900 people heard but the world communist movesoldiers in Viet Nam at heart. Stormer, Duane Lake, director ment directed from Moscow. He did not elaborate. of University center estimated. He framed his charges from Stormer said the rise of AmerStormer charged that Wash-st,ries in newspapers thruout ican aid to Yugoslavia in 1955 ington leadership "is unable or the country, particularly the St. coincided with their improve unwilling" to recognize the RusLouis Post Dispatch. ment in relations with Russia sian role in the war. Stormer said he wondered why and concluded that a "criteria STORMER IMPLIED the cesthe U.S. is willing to apply for receiving American sation of trade economic sanctions against Rhoaid seemed to be the improve would virtually disarm and imdesia but not against the Com-ment in relations with Russia. mobilize tbe Viet Cong. lie said munist enemy,wbile a U.S. sol-IN OTHER TOPICS, Stormer the U.S. is sending aid to dier was being court-martialed said that careful examination of Czechoslovakia, Poland, Ruma-in West Berlin for supplying photographs claiming to show nia, Yugoslavia and Russia. U.S. military uniforms in the Russian cosmonaut Leonov Death of the trimester system on the year-round calendar. would fulfill a campaign pledge Among the many problems by Gov. Haydon Burns to end will be that of summer pro the plan which he said was dis-grams.for teachers which would In a typical quarter system the average load is 15 hours in stead of 12 under semester-tti mester plans, because credits count lwo-lhirds as much. A normal course runs for three quarters. Faculty appointments generally are for 9 or 12 months on the quarter plan, instead of 10 or 12 months as is now the case at state universities of Flor ida. He said Polish trucks and escape of an East Berlin refuwalking in space revealed such Czech and arms are gee. pictures were fakes. He charged the weapons domg the most V i c e P1esideut Humphrey, that American wheat sent to damage to the American solStormer quoted from a newsRussia was being sold to Brazil Computer To Speed Class Scheduling A look at a calendar of a university now on the qua1ter system shows the fall quarter from Sept. 22 -. t t d d f It down to an average of three The pla person w 10 _Ignores a IC Clarke, USF professor emeritus, staff will be increased. Lucoff u er en e r tave WI e oca m e VIC!m Y grauua e s u ents an acu Y Y is scheduled to run t fo 12 k d been completed and the working of the life scienceand chemistry on their research projects. Some minutes per student. 1 : wor mg ays may is setving part-time in the de-said that applications of all in1 March 28 through April 2 . fmd Jus car towed away at h 1 s f F) p ans are being prepared. buildings . of these projects will be joint velopment o orida Tech. teres ted students will be con,Cl d ll Tl expense a cost of about $10 y e W. Hi , director of the 1ere will be an increasing appointments with various acaR h C •b 1 C In approving the name. the sidered regardless of their rnah . I b . esearc Nets ' annt a om•ng, plus S1 a day fm storage. b . t d th . . 'll . P ystcal P ant1 said construe-emp asts on undergraduate demic areas to increase t h e ca me sat e umvers1ty wt ]or. T bose wishing to apply t d b . t H Ad • "About 15 cars we1e towed b l . 1on 1s expecte to egm next compu er science courses and technical knowledge and skills p II arper VISeS e a genera purpose institution should go to the educational ref 11 d . d owe Two ofr t11e campus last a an will continue for a year more gra uate programs. It is available through the Center. '"' and not one geared only to lcchsources office in the basement expected that a large number Student Association President because individuals refused to nical subjects. of the library. of the graduate students will be Study OfferS John Harper said today that pay tlleir traffic_ tickets," the USF Nightlife programming their own re-Bay Players Ralph A. Powell, an under"the Cannibal is comiug." Se ,?unty office satd. . Food Operations Gets New Chief William N. Hunt, an employe of the Morrison Caeteria chain for eight years, is the new head of food operations here at USF. He is replacing Ronald Willis, who now is working for Mor t:ison's in Mobile, Ala. Hunt, who has worked in the food industry rm: over 15 years, started his career with a res taUJant of his own. He joined the Morrison chain in 1957 and has worked for t11e company in Tampa and Houston. When asked what c!1anges of operatiou or service he w a s considering, Hunt said he planned to create better short order service in the UC coffee shop. , He said also that he intended to "rigidl y Pnforced food prep aration, f o 11 ow in g recipes which have been successful for Morrison's for over four decades." WILLIAM N. HUNT y Pictures Included search projects and doing re-To Perform graduate student majoring in He said the Cannibal would be Even tf they tear up the hck-USF has two faces. One is search on new uses for com-chemistry has been offered a h . et, we have a record of their Puters. t h. ' . t t I . V ere m about three weeks. He name make of car and tag seen in the daytime between I f M eac mg assts an sup at an- • .' . classes and the other, someThe Computet Center w iII n t • yerS derbilt and a $3,700 fellowship would Mt com:nent furtlter. number can easily what more exciting, is experhave additional staff members at Johns Hopkius University. The Campus Ed1t10n w1ll conthe owner, the offtce satd. USF's Bay Players are reSt d t d t ff ienced at night. Studying, atof These offers stem from the tinue to investigate and will reu en s an s a are Ul:ged lending concerts, and dating Neml"re-Bell hearsing "The Land the work he is doing in radiation t f .11 . f . . . to e1ther obey traffic regulations por ut 1er 10 ormation as It ts . , t b t t tl all make up USF's sec 0 n d Dragon," a Chinese fairy tale, chemistry with u1 e help of Dl'. or con ll n e o re scholarship face. Nuptials for presentation Feb. 19 at Fort Terence c. Owen. Powell is try-available. Iun_d_ . __________ _ Photographer Anthony ZapMyers High School. ing to take simple sulphur conpone recently recorded a typi-Planned The cast includes Lynn Parker tained in amino acids and re-cal night on campus which and Sherman Hayes as the two place it with radioactive su lphur was published in u1 e regular Mr. ancf Mrs. R a 1 Ph E. lovers. Barbara Parker and Dan 35, which is a tracer in radia edition of the Tampa Times. Nemire, North Miami, announce Davey are the power-hungr)( tion chemistry. The page is reprinted 011 page the engagement of their daugh-members of U1e court. Kenneth Dr. Owen staled the problem 23, through the cooperation of ter, Marlela L. to John P. A. Daniel is the dragon. Don Moye like tltis. "What is the chemical the Times management. Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Park Cita Raguse , Linda Bear, Anne effect or radiation on the chem-A. Bell, Tampa. Cleveland, B1ain Black, Frank ical substances which are pres-Tardy Traffic Fine Payers To Be Warned Choir Planning The bride-elect is a gl'aduate Morse and .Joey Argettio c.om-ent in living systems, particularAccused violators of campus his car will be towed f tl Spring Concert oi Miami Senior High, pletc the cast. Jy the proteins?" driving restrictions will receive campus. The old . . . !'Jtamt-Dade Jumor College, and Holly Gwinn is directing He said that, "We radiate one letter in tead • tern took much extra time in Operas, English Gothic mustc, 1s a semor at USF. "Dragon " Technical production water solutions of typical pros of three re manpower a d d k . G I b d th f n recor -eepmg regor an c ants, RenaJssance Bell gl\Bduated from Hillshor-managers are Herbert O'Dell, leins. It's a lot easier to follow mm mg em 0 then VtOlallon the committee felt. ' church musiC . the Untver ough High School, and USF Hubert Craig and James what's happening chemically if and the need to pay the reAsked if the new policy mg! t Chmr wtll tl1ese va where he was a. member o[ the Scott. Herbert O'Dell also deyou have a radioactive on quired fine. arouse any objections, Mrs. nettes mus1cal expressiOns m charter class, Gold signed costumes tor the dragon. 1t because you can trace 1t. Under a policy adopted by the lyn Law of the Physical Plant thetr Spl mg concert. . Key, Enotas, Ctrcle K, and a Anne Quincey designed the sets. Trace e l em en l s can be folUSF Traffic Committee , violatoffice replied, "This is possible The spnng concert . wtll be student senator. At present he i_s Elizabeth Stringer, Patricia lowed through the body by vario.rs would be reminded that the but it should definitely simplif; Sunday, Apr.'! 17, at 3_.30 p.m. attendmg Western Reserve UmDurga and E1Ieen Hahsen are ous devrces. _ [me has not been paid, and that procedures." m the Teacbmg . vers!ty in Cleveland, where he is executing costume design. Sound The research is being financed a late fee of $2 will be added at Arrangements for paying any Later m Apnl the cho1r pres1dent the graduate stuis by Hubert Craig; lighting by partially by the National Science the end of seven days. violations can be made with take a. tour to smg m dent counc1l. James Scott. Bob Erwin is stage Undergraduate Parlicip a t i o n Failure to clear the violation security office, and a violator the M1am1 area, Daytona and An early June wedding fs manager. Faculty adviser for Program and the National Inwill result in cancellation of the only collects added fines when St. Petersburg. planned. Bay Players ts Robert Wolff. stitute of Health. violator's registration, and that be delays settlement. ., )' I

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% THE TAMP A TIMES, Monday, February u, 196 6 Feeding a University Morrison1s Chef Works like 2,000 Housewives B y PAM C RA V E N Campus Staff Writer It's been s aid that "the way to a man's hear t is throu g h his stomach." But the woman attempting to discover the route t o the hear t of Ernest D. Hayes wou ld surely have to find a short cut. Hayes, head chef o f the UC and Argos cafeteries, has had not only 25 years of experience in the art of cooking, but he also serves more people daily than the average housewife expects to feed in two years. Hayes, 38 and still single, virtually started at the bottom. "I was only 13 years old then," Hayes reminisced. "I was a dishwasher at a private Orlando restaurant, and that's when my interest in cooking really began." In his 12th year as an employe of the Morrison chain, he became head chef of Morrison's food service at USF three years ago. An average day for "Chef," the only nam"e by which many of his employes know him, be-USF Photos gins at 5:30 a.m. f S d "The menus are made up a He Flips or tu ent s week in advance," he explained. Veteran chef Ernest D. Hayes is equ a lly ade p t a t "But four and a hal hours is flipping hot cakes or preparing elegant d i nne r s . usually the time needed for the . preparation of each meal. We "The interested party then se-en a ch01ce of good restaurants, prepare and cook all food right lects what he wants served. For he selects one in which excelhere. The recipes we use are example, the choice is beef in lent Hawaiian food is served. Morrisop's, except for one. The the round for the main course. Besides his love for food, Chef wine broiled chicken is my own It requires about 15 h o u r s is also a football enthusiast. Al recipe." This recipe, incidental-cooking time. I must arrive here though having never been an ly, is his favorite. early enough in the mornin g so actual participator, he is an Chef bas the hel p of 37 cooks that the meat is perfect b y ban-avid spectator of the sport. in the UC and seven in Argos. quet time, say, 6 :30 . p . m." "I can't really say I even Because o f limited facilities, Chef is not satisfied with just have a favorite team. I just some of the food must be pre-preparing the meal, but feels like them all," he commented. pared in the main kitchen and it is his responsibility to present After completing an average transported to Argos by truck. it to his guests. He caters 15 long-houred day, Chef finds en-Banquets are. prepared and to 20 banquets a month. When joyment at home with his fox cooked by Chef alone. asked who his fa vorite guests terrier, Duke. When asked if . I Leaders Propose Dateroom for Halls Help Is Available Reading Difficulties Cause Grade Woes Do you take a dim view of ous side, were a bank and that goodnight kiss under the shopping center on campus. bright campus lights? Are you It was brought up that busi Although no single factor can of directed self-help. Parti e tired of sharing your date nessmen in the area should be termed solely responsible for ipants may either a ttend or• be better informed as to what a student' s failure in college, ganized classes sup!'Jlemented with the mosquitoes down at the river? is needed on campus. poor reading skills are de'tri -by laboratory sessions or spend Priscilla Lennertzy, Epsilon mental to academic success, two ho urs a week working in The suggestion of a "dateHall president, opened the pro-says E. Tillman, as-dependently in the laboratory rootn" to solve these difficul -gram with a general orienta-sistant professor and reading where progress is checked peri• ties was given by the worn tion at 9 a.m. in the UC clinician at the Developmental odically by the instructor. en's residence hall officers at Ballroom. Center. The laboratory is stocked with the leadership Workshop on Dr. Alma Sarett, a professor Tillman said that even stu-study aids ranging from texts Jan. 26. of speech, then spoke on dents with underdeveloped read-and workbooks to machines for This was only one of the "Leaders and Ringleaders.'; ing skills who are able to stay increasing reading speed. Till many suggestions given at Next on the agenda was "Proin college spend more time and man stresses the fact that most. this conference, which was grams and Pipe Dreams" effor t .in prepari ng assignments significant progress is made by promoted by the administrawhich consisted of officer than do those with better dethose who attend the sessions tion order to further communi-training sessions. DR. CAT TELL veloped skills . They often suf -regularly. cation with .students. It was Luncheon was served in fer from tension, lack of sleep During Tri I nearly 200 stu set up pri1Jl.3rily to get stu-private dining rooms and was Dr • Cattell and worry about possib l e class-dents took part in the develop dents' opinions on campus followed by "Where Do We room failure. mental program. The service is improvements. Go From Here?" At this time To Speak Tillman is quick to point out now also available to students Some of the suggestions the goals and plans which that the center is not "remediat the Bay Campus. Those wish given were unique, such as were discussed i n the training On CareerS al" in nature and no student ing to make use of the services p r i v a t e telephones in the sessions were reported to the " . is forced to attend. Students a t the center should see Till rooms and swimming pools group as a whole. Personality and Personal who score below the average on man in AD 172. with sun decks atop the dorms. Dr. Margaret B . Fisher, Values in the Careerof a Scienthe reading examination are --------Looking further into the fu-dean of women, summarized tist" will be the topic of a leenot required to take remedial Students ture one might find horse the ideas disc u s s e d. Dr. ture by Dr. Raymond B. Cattell reading courses_ These tests are stahles, monorails, a golf Fisher encouraged the girls today at 2 p . m . in the teaching devised to show the that course, and a bowllng lane. to feel free to bring forth sug. . he does have a readmg probOther ideas, more on the seri-gestions at any time . audltonum. lem and that some counseling _____ :_ ________ =------------Cattell is director of the Lab-is needed. Whether or not the Interest Said 1W aned1 oratory of Personality and s tudent uses the reading servGroup Analysis at the Univeri ce, however, is his own de-sity of Illinois. cision. . . . The program 1s pnmanly one Cattell has done research in In F•ltness Program the areas of personality and in• L d telligence testing and in the in-Reviewers au USF students, g-oing into the f teaching of the mentally retard-Receive Awards . . . vestigation of creativity. His P ductn 0 d f ll h' The Faculty Physical Fitness Without a rigid trammg schedk h l d t th d l t r0 ed, were awar ed e ows IPS program which began last Jan-ule, the program wifs designed wor as e 0 e opmen • f T totaling more than $12,400. At uary has not generated much to fit the busy faculty routine, of the 16 Personality Factor Cos• an utte a ceremony held Feb. 2 in the enthusiasm among faculty mem-allowing individuals to work out Questionnaire and the Culture By LANE FEY U.C. bers, said Dr. Gilman Hertz, at convenient times, and to pro-Fair Intelli g ence Tests. Campus Staff Writer T h r e e .graduate students, director of physical education ceed at their own rate. The Am 0 n g Cattell's books are M t' mic opera "Cosi working in a masters program, at USF. Health Center and the PE De" . . ozar s ,co ned Wednesda and four undergraduate students He said interest has waned partment worked together on The Fight for our National InTutte, ope y were awarded the federal grants lli " "C k d p mght to a full house accord-and that only a few were par-the program, w1tb the Health te gence, roo e erson. R 11 G Wh • 1 by the U.S. Office of Educa-. lnf 1 b c t d t . . . . A , mg to usse . a ey, pro-t' hcJpatlng on an orma as1s. en er con uc mg an examma-alihes, m Childhood and ter, d 1on. f h t t to d ucer. M two o eac par lClpa n e-and "Ed u c a tin g for Demo. Mrs. Rayfae F a r r a r, rs. termine his level of physical , . Foss, first Karen Klueh, and Mrs. Karen Student Happy With USF conditioning . cracy. . wmner m the FL_onda auditiOns Ogden were each awarded $2 , Had the program been sue-The lecture 1s a part of the fo: the Opera, re000 plus tuition. They are all cessful, it would have been a Career Lecture Series sponsored Celved high praise from stu-graduates of USF and have This letter was sent to Pres. first for USF and might have by Placement Services, and is dents and. professors. . taught in public schools in Hills-set a precedent in other uni-open to all students. . Mary N1ck Shenk, mus1c reborough County. Al l e n in January and was submitted publicatio n in the Campus Edi tion. -Ed. versities. There are no plans to v1ewer for the St. Petersburg Seniors who received fello w -revive the program. • • J wrote the USF produc-ships were: Mrs. M a r g a r e t "When a request f o r a ban -were, he replied, "Dr. and Mrs. he, as many chefs have been quet c o m e s in I require John S . All en, th e president of known to do, concocts special at 1 east three days notice USF and his wife." dishes for his dog, he an-Dear President Allen, and an estimated number A connosieur of fine foods, swered, "Nope. Just plain old I am a first trimester freshof. reservations," he explained. Chef is a fancier of meats. Giv-dog food." man who is new to college, reg-Peace Corps Test Planned Feb. 21-22 SyrinX MUSICa twn illustrates that. students Rogers, Mrs. Mary Lamphier, b can do a remarkable JOb when Patricia Ellis, and Mr. Cosmo Event Fe • 20 well -cast and ably by Re. They each received $:,600 F or Next September Campus Housing Nearly istration and six text books per class-but not to U . S.F. I have . . . . ll exciting stage sets, beautiful as plus tuition. Syrmx MusiCal Soronty WI well as comic costumes and present a public musicale Sun-meaningful stage Accord ing to R?bert Dwy.er, day, Feb. 20, at 3:30p.m. in FH . . . professor of spec1al education 101. E a ch trimester sorority Her only was that this is the second year in which been on campus many times be-The Peace Corps placement members present a musica l of some of the too fellowships have been given. He fore in USF sponsored H i g h test will be given in USF Li-focal and instrumental numbers. and smgers had poor said in September 1966 more School Forensics. Every time_ I brary, room 513 on Feb. 21-22, Members perf-or;ning in this Plt support by the orchestra. fellowships for seniors and peomet friendly, courteous person-at 1 p .m. musicale will be: Mary Ann One professor voiced objec-ple in masters program wlll be tions that some English words available. For information con nel. I thought that perhaps this The test is designed to help Adams, piano solo; Joy de Bar-t H . did not fit the music and some tact Mr. Dwyer in AD 130. was only because I was a visi-the Corps match applicants' spetolo, vocal solo; Be sy lggl n1 d th t bo tham, vocal solo; Kathy Fink, students comp amc e m erFull for New Freshme n tor. I know different now! cial abili ties to the needs of the flute solo and Evelyn Barchard, mission was too short for the Work-Study • A hig h school senior is left different jobs open in develo pviolin. length of the performance. Accommodation s for first-the St. Petersburg Bay Campus. ior college graduates planning with the impression that you ing nations. However, i t is not Dorothy Farmer, Joyce James One comment overheard was, IntervieWS to transfer 'here as well as for will "it was hard to believe that this term freshman applicants needSome housing spaces on cam•u are merely a "number" when the most important factor in the and Chantal Ruilova pre-. . students who have completed . . . t b tr• d 1 group was not professional . . . S h d 1 d ing on-campus housing at USF pus are bemg held open to fulfill their first year on the Bay m a large umvers1ty. At South selection of volunteers, corps of-sen an o oe 1o, .an a voca the scenery, costumes, and even C e U e for September are expected tu the University's commitment to Florida this is not true. ficials said. ensemble will be performed by the programs had a professional USF Cooperative Education be exhausted in the very near od t ll lif. d . Campus. Linda Ketcha;n, Susan King Off' "11 b . . t . . future. accomm a e we -qua 1e JUnHousing is assigned to freshI have completed Trimester The volunteer is come, Ca mille Kni ght, K athy appearance." ICe Wl egm m erv1ews 10 man students who have been a 1 c-II orientation, testing and regis-the most Important cntena and Manetta, Diane Martin, Marie Sophomores Joy de Bartolo AD 282 this for Trimester It appears that all available Mock E l e ctio n cefptedthby thhe Universiltyt don Y tration and have found both fac-Gm.ay be obtaihneld from DEr. Plaul Negley and Corry Woodward. and Linda Bond were com-lll Work-study JOb placement. freshman spaces will be filled a ter ey ave comp e e a . 1 vens, psyc o 0gy, or va ua-. . mended for their acting in the There are openings with near from among the 2,355 applicaw.ll P o ll "housing contract" form and ulty and admmistration helpful, tion Services. It is to be subadvisors for the double cast role of the cham-ly 100 employers in both private tions so far received. submitted it together with a de-friendly and of good cheer. mitted when the applicant takes Soronty are !I_'IISS Jane bermaid. business and with government F th li t . f t d h • • h . . Martha Reanck and Patnc1a . ur er app ca lOOS rom s u-Stu ent c OICe POSit of $150 to pa.y t roor:t I have yet to feel either like ,the Placement Test. Stenberg. ' agenCieS. needing on-campus hous. . rent for the entire hrst tn-a number or a "dumb Irosh"! The test takes about an hour . . . St t S h Interested s tude n t s should mg for the tnmester A mock student election .w1ll mester. . and a half An optional French A reception m the Fme Arts-a 8 peeC contact George H. Miller in AD are being returned, said Ray be conducted Thursday by the Th e atmosphere on campus IS or Spanish. achtevement test re-Humanities patio will f-ollow fin a I S Slated 282 immediately. Bay ?f housin.g. The USF Political Union. Toes W ill Tap the faculty and at quires another hour. musicale and refreshments w1ll students who missed the Feb. 3 UJ;nve_rs1ty still 1s apBlai r Weir, president, said the USF . 1t IS . one of mutual be served. USF will be host for finals interviews may w r i t e to the plicabons for later tnmesters. election was to determine a poll At Jam Soiree learmng, achievement and help. p • . J h C of the Florida High School Work-Study office concerning This restriction on housing to determine student opinion on Toe-tapping music will resound I thank the University for this. l anlst 0 n amp 18 Argentina Fornsic Program March 18-19. terviews later in the month. availability will have no effect gubernatorial candidates. Poll-today on the UC East Patio I am sure that you and your C o ncer t Sunday This is the first time the event A representative of the Food 1 on applications from students ing places will be in Argos and outside the snack shop as an colleagues often hear the cry of J h C . . t .ll StudentS Here has been held on this campus. and Drug Admini stration will be \ intending to commute to the Uni-the UC lobby. "Impromptu Jam Session" complaint and rarely the voice t 0 ptam\, SWJ d Dr. Kevi n E. Kearney, assist-at the office Feb. 2 1 to talk versity or on those who qualify Anyone interested in helping swings from 2 to 4 p.m. of gratitude. This is just a note a a cu. Y h.un 'f ;._ USF will give a VIP welcome ant professor of speech here with chemistry students and ( to live off-campus . the Polit1 cal Union may attend The UC Music Committee is of appreciation from a fresht . p.mT. hm eac 1 d ng . u. 1 today to 18 Argentine s t udents and coordinator for the state thers Appol'ntments may be t . t t h P ' d t A t f onum. ere IS no a m1ss1on d h d . . t . h f" . 1 o . ' Accommodations are available the meeting today at 2 p.m. in in charge and mv1 es everyone man, o er ers1 e.n . no e o and the concert is open to the an . c aparons _urmg . an lD er-program, sa1d t e mals w1l made at the work-study office for freshmen who want to live at uc 47 Weir said. to attend. Thanks! for the t 1me, energy bl' natwnal good-will tr1p to the bring to USF the "cream of .0 ' and thought you must have giv-pu lC. . United States. the crop of high school de-1 a ___ _____ _ L I T T L E M A N 0 N c A M p u s THE CAMPUS EDITION The Campus Edilion of the Tampa Times Is writte n and edited by a\udenh at the Universit y of South Florida. Editorial .,.lews expressed herein are not necessarily those of the USF administration, faculty or o! the Tampa Tlme1. Offices: UC 222 University of South F lorida, Tampa, F l a .. 83620. Phone 9884131, ut. 619. News copy deadline 11 1 p . m . Wednesday tor Monday publication. Letters to the editor deadline is I) p.m. Monday for the followln&' I y I I B I. E R Laurence Bennett ...•....•...................... ............. ; Editor Barry Haigley . . . • . • . . . . • . • . . . . • . . . . . . . • • . . • • • . . . . • . . . Managing Editor Larry Goodman ..•.••...•• , .••••.•••• , .•..•....•..•... . Sports Edit or Pro f. Steve Yates ......................... . ....... . ......... ... Adviser '{ • • en to planning a campus and On the program Will be W?rks Dr. Mark Orr, director of inhaters," who will represent 12 choosing a staff suc h as what I from Haydn, Schubert, Llszt, ternational services, said the to 15 schools adjudged best have found at the University of and others. will visit the Tampa among the five state regions. South Florida. J ane Murray, mezto-soprano, campus today and Bay Campus The forensics event has been Most sincerely yours, will present the next f aculty tomorrow and Wednesday. Ages held at another state univer-Geor.gianna Panaglotacos concert Feb. 27. of the students range from 16 to sity in past years. The finals BOO K REVIEW Gall ico1s C:harlady Parliament By' DOUGLAS GREENE ide a s. Strangely, the Center 20 in the co-ed group. will include affirmative and Rena Anti nori, UC program teams from top schools adviser and various committees as well as individual extempohave arranged fol' a reception, r aneous debates. tour of campus, luncheon at Some 75 student debaters 12 : 30, jazz session at 2 p . m . and from nine high schools i n Dis a special Planetarium show a t trict II participated in regional 3 p.m. com petition at USF on last Saturday. Dr . Dutton Says Another Blaze Hits Gamma A door decoration in Gamma Hall was burned early last Tues day morning to mark another in a series of fires that have occurred there since last fall. The second floor room was vacant, said Dr. Margaret Fisher, dean of women. The fire was discovered and extinguished by other residents about 2 a.m. Tuesday. MRS. 'ARRIS GOES TO PAR-Party official is not impressed LIAMENT, by Paul Gallico by her faultless reasoning but (New York: Doubleday, 1965} he doe s hear a good political 'Angry Young Man' Speaks Tomorrow 152 pp. speech. He supports Mrs. 'Arris Colin Wilson, one of Britain's Lifting Weights Can Improve Your Mind "Mrs. 'Arris" is the third in a a nd she is nominated t o run for "angry young men" of the 1950s, series of books about a London Commons. will speak in the Teaching Audi-charlady. Previously she had torium tomorrow at 8 :30 p.m. tJaveled to Paris and New York THE PLOT, like one of Morri-Free reserved-seat tickets are but this adventure in parliament son's dumplings, thickens. She available weekdays 1 _ 5 p.m. at Approximately 100 USF men notices," says Dutton, "is not a is her greatest undertaking. has powerful friends in America the theater box office. have shown an i 0 t e r e s t in sudden change in muscular de-The book is divided into two Francde who m a nipulatote thel1 eW i 1 s 0 n's best-known book, weight lifting or body buildin g, v e 1 o p m n t, . internal parts. The first half is based VISion an newspapers e p " . ., . T . according to Dr Richard E. changes. H1s appe 1te mcreases, upon the m e d i o c r e joke, her She is elected by a n over-The Outsider, IS a en ICISm h sleeps b e \ t e r and even "wouldn't it be hilarious if a majority. of modern civilization and apDutton, adviser, for the Bart:ough more energy is being charwoman ran for parlia-Just as the first part of "Mrs. peared benders Club. li burned up in exercise, be has ment?" This idea starts out be'Arris" is based on the novels mcu e. IUa 10 e Many people do.not rea ze total energy." ing mildly humorous but it palls "humor" of a charlady's cam.. '\ .weight lliting and bodY more after 70 pages. paign the second half is based ow, Adrift m Soho, The buJldmg are not synonyms, al-GETTING STRONGER and on pathos of the poor lady Violen:. World of Hugh the same eCJ.uipment is having more endurance and en-THE FUNNIEST STATEin Commons. She can't seem to and Necessary Doubt. _His used m both, he saJd . ergy is not the only benefit of MENT in the first section i s, remake the government imme-books have been translated mto weight lifting. Weight lifting "Me and Vi, here, if we were in diately (no one e lse seems inter1 5 languages. ':AhN! 0 N E .. ; I FdT ienbances mental development parliament, we'd tell 'em a thing ested in washing peaceniks), welg ts, Dutton ou . 0 by m aking one feel better and or two, wouldn't we, Vi?" This and few people are friendly Tal ent ShOW not. have to. be to lift more alert mentally, Dutton is not exactly side-sp littin g, but there. Hence, she quits politics. Weight liftmg IS a sport added. Gallieo can never scale such Gallico, needless to say, does Will Be This 10 you try to lift .recordJim Durrance, 1964 Mr. Florcomic hei ghts again. Perhaps not make a tragic hero ou t of weight b)l ida title holder, highlighted we are bein g unfair to him. his charlady. We really had an Weekend par ar . recent sports c!ubs exhibiti on s After all, be is only a former effort to sympathize with Mrs. . . . Wei ght lJ.fhng _JS an !sotonlc west of the UC with reporter attempting to be partly 'Arris. As a matter of fact, The University a.s an 1s_ometnc exertions of weightlifting. His ap-humorous (and succeeding in though b e doubtless did not in-and Will exerciSes are those pearance was sponsored by the being totally precious). tend it, the second half of the sent, South Flonda Showcase, m wh10:h .you use. barbells or Barebenders. Now, what is the plot around book is quite a bit more humUS_F s Annual .Talent Show, other s1m1lar eqUipment. Ab-out 100 people watched a s which the "humor" is woven? orous than the first. and at. 8 p.m. Durrance lifted 440-450 pounds Mrs. 'Arris gets an opportunity m the Teachmg Audltonum. . THE . M U C H PUBLI CI:l .ED in a "squat" lift, and then 525 to run for Parliament when she "MRS. 'ARRIS" is supposed The contest is open to all full-1sometnc exercises are t1.ose pounds in a "dead lift. " is cleaning the house of a leadto be a heartwarming book, but time students, staff, and faculty in m u s c 1 e .s conl .ract Dr. Dutton said that students er of the Minority Center Party. it succeeds only in a Pepto Bis-members. agamst A n must p r a Barbender She delivers an impromptu mol fashio n . In light of its p lo t , Entry blanks, available at the of th1s would ?e me. mbers.hiP card to. check out speech calling for such splendid it is impossible not to conclude UC I nf ormation Desk, must be mg agamst a desk w1th dne s we1ghts . m the phys1cal educareforms as making all banthe-that housewives will buy mil-submitted at the desk by 5 p.m. hands. tion department. . bombers take showers, thus rid-lions of copies of it, and "Readtoday. Late entries will not be "The first thing that a be-The Barbenders meet 10 UC ding them of their dangerous er's Digest" will condense it. accepted. ginner in weight tra ning 226 at 2 p .m. each Wednesday, ,

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THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, February 14, 1966 1'7 GlaSs Blower Aids USF In S cientific Research Campus Events Brahman Netmen Highlight Session. Eas t Busy Intercollegiate Week Girl Contest -2nd By LARRY GOODMAN in Cape Coral, which included 8 p.m. FHrn Lecture -Ollie Davidson, Campus Sp orts E d itor 15 of the top college golf teams By DANIEL S. McCAULEY Campus Staff Write r that Ron has helped is Dr. P . Calvin Maybury's expe Timent involving the analysis of Bor an Hydride , a highly volatile gas that was once considered as a fuel for rockets. Egypt, and East Aflica." All four of USF ' s intercolin the south. legiate athletic teams will be Mean while the USF freshmen 101 busy this week, three of them swimmin g travels to Ath• Ron Quince! is a man who i s in U1e middle of m u c h scientific r csearch today. He is the man scientists at USF go to for their special bulbs, c o l u m n s, extractors. and flasks . Ron is a glass blower . 8 :30 p . m . Wil.son, TAT. on the road. ens, Ga. , next Friday and Sat;. 2 p.m. Income Tax Clinic. CH LJL. The men' s varsity ten n i s urday for the Southern Collegl • 1gt Best Dressed Girl Contest. team wtll be the only team. at Taylor ate Invitational Tournament, 8 :30 p . m . Concert, TAT home a s they host the Rollins hosted by the University ()f He has also helped Dr. Syl van C . Bloch on a project which will help future astro nauls overcome the ,.voice blank" when they come crashin,!( back into the earth' s at mosphere. He made special vacuum glasswat e for both scientists. 9 a.m. Election. freshmen Friday and Georgia. So uc Lobby. Saturday the Univer s ity of FlorHe got his start at the Bat telle Memo r ia l Institute , one o[ the Ia rgest research com panies in the world, and has been a glass b lower in scien tific researclt for 13 years. Ron came here a year ago from Florida State Univers i ty. 2 p,m. u c 2 6 4 _ 5 _ ida. The netters opened their g i'1'he to the first offici a l intercollegi _ ate seaa p.m. Talent Show. TAT son last Saturday a gamst the The Brahman swimmers, who have lost to tl1e frosh teams o f Florida and FSU, while trounc• ing Miami-Dade Junior College, 7 ,30 p.m . to the Rollins f rosh at Winter Park. Cente• of the .,;arth." FH rnr. The USF net men arc led by ence Champs , is scheduled for will compete against a large 1:30 p.m. on the USF courts. field o[ both freshmen ani! var• a p.m. Talent Show. 'l'AT. Chip Heath of PPns a cola and 9 p.m. Stere o Dance. uc 2 4 8 . D ' k H c T h e USF golf te a m will meet sity teams including Florida, -Photo by Anthony Za11pouc Maybe He Makes Pretzels, Too? RO N QUINCEL is a modern glass blower. His basic tools, besides a torc b , are an assortment of rods and pad dles whi ch he uses to mold and sha11e the glass. Ron's work is instrumental in 25 per cent of the USF re search projects and since re search grants l1ave doubled since 1962-1963, so has USF ' s need for g lass equipment. Be fore Ron came to USF most scientists did their own glass blowing. AN INTERESTING project LIKE ALL technical fields though , glass blowing has its hazards. Ron stressed the im portance of having g 1 a s s cleaned before it is brought to him , especially Wden it has been used in connection with mercury. It only takes . 1 mil ligrams per cubic meter to permanently disable or kill a if it gets into his blood stream. Much of Ron ' s wor k is re pai rs. It that his most demandir.g task is fi xing ap paratus w h i c h freshmen break . Glass breakage seems an almost developed skill witb first-year men , he mused. Teacher Experiment Program Assessed Bonfire Feb. 16 The Senior Class executive board has planned a ''Bonfire" Wednesday at 8 p.m. east of Beta Residence Hall . The 10 Senior Notables will be announced at the rally. Providing entertainment will be USF students Barry Simms , Vince Osbourne and Holly Gwinn. The "Bonfire" is open to all. tc owz e o f Palmetto who T h k b • probably its toughest opponent Mtamt, Georgta, Georgta ec ran num er one and two reSpect . 1 tl d 1 dd of the season next Saturday and Southern Illinots. tve y on 1 e squa a er. . . . . . Other team memb d when It travels to Gamesvllle to The Southern Illinms team, their home towns play the University of Florida. with . several. collegiate A 1_1• Blevins Lake Wales M . k The Brahman linksters com-Amencas, will be favored m Shaw, Alexandria, v;.; posed of five two the meet, ac_cording to . USF Caldas, Tampa; Chiff Suddarth sophomores and a JUmor opened Coach Bob Grmdy. . . Miami Bill Mathes Tam first varsity season Feb. The women's tenrus varsity, and Win':,e{ 5 m a close loss to Rollins Colwhich easily downed Tampa Park ' lege and played the University University here in its season 0 net coach Spafford of Miami last Saturday. opener, is also on the r o a d, Taylor , will cany a' traveling USF linksters, _led by playing Stetson's coed netters squad of six players to b d _ Oblinger, Bob Stncklm and Rrck at DeLand next Saturday. !ermined by weeki ledd e. Lehman will be facing a Gator A match with Florida Pres• ranking s. Y a er team which claiY?s the National byterian, scheduled for next Friday's n e t matches will be -Amateur champ10n, Bob Mur-Friday, has been canceled. gin at 2 p . m . while Saturda 's phy. Last Saturday the Brahman net battle with the Gator Last year the Gators won the women played Rollins on USF's perrenial Southeastern Confer: Flor1da Invitational Tournament courts. Intramural Roundup Ron Quince ! , USF's only official g l ass b l ower, applies years of e x perience wor k ing with glass to aid 1esearc h experi ments a n d o ther l a boratory wo r k . Cagers, Keglers, Netters Bustling J u n or Socce r Roll. An experimental stu dy of eleStone s aid , bu t will be " like an I ng Intramural basketball heads MEN'S INTRAMURAL TENr 20 USF Students mentary teacher education is internshi p throug h the whole into the final week of regular nis tour nament quarter finals be ing submitted to the U.S. program. " mauung matches are: Feb. 19 play tod_ay. as 17 are under way this week, with :Commissioner of for Within three to four years, a Bulletin at Admiral Farragut, Feb, 20_ teams vte for th_e eight slots m semifinals and possibly finals approval by codrrectors, Dr followup study will be done on The . . Berkeley Prep here. Feb 26the three day title tournament to .!Je held next week. Carol C. Doug l ass , associate each teacher, and on the bases St. Ltons J umor St. Petersburg' Club Jun-to be held next . In the fraternity bracket the Tutor Negro Pupils professor, and Dr. D o uglas E . of these findings the experiCl u b mpped USF 1-0 iors, here, Home contests begin The b1g game thts week l . s winner o f t h e Arete and Crato s Stone, assistant professors of mentors will be in1 a better posilast S a turday t o gain fi rst p lace at 3 p.m. on the USF field. Wed;'lesday ' s Enotas-Cratos fra-or KIO match will meet the win education. tion to make recommendations in t h e Junior Socc e r L eague. Should USF win the remainder battle, the wmner nab-ner of the T a 1 b s N o . 1 and . . . " . The title of tpe study i s "Exor improvements in the pro-The g a m e was playe d o n the of its matches , the team would bmg a 'position m . the tourney, Enotas match for a final berth. children at Jenmn.,s I helpm . g because of a teacher perimental Assessment of Efgram. S automatically receive a berth The loser, along With Tal os and In the dorm bracket, the win •m ' " "t"''" School m Thonotos h 0 1 t a g e at the elementary fects Associated w ith Deliberate Th t' t d t f th U F campu s . in the f inals of an npcomt'ng Arete h . ave a shot at the other ner of the Alpha 4-E Blue and are being tutored in remeschool. e es tma e cos o IS Application of Learnin g Theory b t $150 000 culmin a t1n!! leagur e tournamettt fraterruty I.eague slot. Alpha 2 E contest will meet the reading b y 20 1JSF stuThl ' s r eadi ng at' dprog ram IS e ween , program is to Elementary Teacher Educad $250 000 The USF Soccer Club , after to be held Feb. 5. Quarterfinal s the Mtxed League, the PE winner of the Alpha 4-E Go l d in conjunction with the ing 80 Negro students in the tion ". an ' . dropping its first match, has for the five-member Junior MaJors, the Molactans , a?d tl1e and either Beta 1-E or Beta 1-W Program. " fourth through the sixth grades. The purpose of the stu d y i s f d won three s t r a i g h t Junior Soc cer Leag ue tourney will be Wtld are f1ghtmg for the match. Schock , staff a s sociate Each college student usually to assess the effects of t w o a me Surgeon . . Feb. 27 with s emifinals Feb 5 leagues two tourney berths University Fellowship two hours a week intype s of teacher education pro-d h League contests ro remarn Jn The tournament w ill be held while four Beta League teams, IN THE WOMEN'S INTRA• said USF students are structing four Negro students. grams , to find out i f different T urne Aut or contention for the league title . at the Admiral Farragut Acad2-E, 3-W, 1-W, and 4-E aJ'e vie-mural scratch bowling tourney, Scholarship Funds Created According to Miss Schock, tlte programs make any difference T S k H The USF hooters , composed emy in st. Petersburg. ing for or:e spot, Beta 3-E hav-the PE Majors, with a three-USF students provide their own in the attitudes and behavior 0 pea ere primarily of varsity reserves, Players on the USF Soccer ing clinched the other tourney game total of 4662 points, lead transportation to and from the of teachers . Frank G. Slaughter, author of lost to St. Leo 2 _ 1 Jan. 23 Club are Jim Houck Dave Apposition . Fides No . 1 who have 4425 school in Thonotosassa. ' The experiment, tentatively " The Story of Ruth, " "The Gal-Brian Holt s coring t h gar, Todd Tanberg,' R 0 man Alpha 2-E has nailed down a points. With one series remain. Miss Schock said any student scheduled _for. September, 196 . 6 ilcan, " "Battle surgeon,'' and e S y nychak , Max Nielsen, Andy tourney berth Ill tlte A l Ph a m _ g , the Basketwea.ve_rs No . • 2, Two new schola r ship l o a n g 1 L g h 1 4 E 4 w 3 E th 4239 d p d t h may jlelp. "I hope the tutorm g at USF, Wtll mclude an expen-"That None Should Die , " will oa Boro s . Chuck Lassiter, Bob ea ue , w 1 e - • .' . • Wl • an a1 eta, .w 1 funds have been established for d 3 w h h b t tl 1 37 Prog ram will be continued next mentally controlled teacher edu-be U 1 e fe atured !!ue s t at the SunJan. 29, Sou t h Florida' s club Drucker, Darrel Dyal , Lind-an ave een a mg or 4 7_ are the other teams m con• deserving USF students. th d t t t The Nylah Bell Memol ial Loan year, " she added. cation g roup , and a regular coas t Writers C onference at bounced back , downing Betkeley sey de Guehery, Bill Ups on , and e secon spo . en ton. Miss Schock said that one group according to Dr. Stone. USF on Feb. 25-27. Prep, 3 -2, Holt booting in all Pedro Gomes The schedule of next. week s Fund was estab.lished by Mrs. . t 'tl Ia 1 . , . wt 'll b d d d tl THE I NTRAMURAL OFT• E. S. Tom , Tampa, in memory pl'Oblem which exists i s the Jack Students wrll be tested and H il k three scores. ' e P yo •S e ect e liS randomly placed m n nf tl e w l spea at th e opening T" F . Wednesday by representatives of her The $2,000 of good reading material and 0 e v le session and present the work. ,en, eb . . 5 and 6 • USF de-in each league . Thursday and ball entry deadline for both men and women -is Wednes• day, Feb. 16. An official's '" P t a t th 1 Friday, l ea g ue playoffs will be "iit will be matched by $18,000 of textbooks for grades one through two . . shops 011 "Ft' ctt'on Wt•t'tm' g" and lfeated Admiral Farragut and federal funds throu g h the N a six. "Any contribution of books ar ICIP n s .m e ex per! " The Noveli s t... t 1e _st. Petersburg Soccer Club tlonal Defense Education A c t. or money would be appreciatme:1tal group wtll , through th>etr Jumors by scores of 2 _1 and held i f three or more league clinic for the sport will be held The Gulf Coast Chapter of the ed," she said. Interested stuprogram, enroll Slaughter was a successful 3-1. Li.ndsey de Guehe r v and teams have qualified for t h e Monday , Feb. 21 at 2 p .m. in Florida Accountants Association dents may contact Miss Schock m s pecial college classe s, and surgeon before he t u rned to Darrel Dyal each scored once tourney . Argos Center room No, 233. .. c<>nt.lv presented through their at the Univers ity Cha{'el Fellow-at the same time, teach in pub-writing and many of his books against Farragut, while Dyal chapter president, Walter R. ship office. he schools. . . deal wtth the profesdrilled in all three goal s against Parsons, 'fampa, a $250 check to Dr. Stone explamt;d that m He has also . wntten many st. Pete. . help students majoring in ac-M a ny Lectures th1s way , students w 111 be able b1bhcal novels which mclude his Last Saturday USF . t counting. o apply their conceptual learn-1 a t e s t book , published this have pia d St Le h 0 . . . N T . t t 1 . t h "TJ p . I Q " ye . o et e. e-F or further mformatwn reO W On ape mg 0 ac ua experiences as opm 0 n , Je UIP e uest, garding gifts to the University , Onc e upon a time there pos .ed to the regular which deals . with 9th centur y persons may contact Richard were student 5 who never which Will separate themetiB.C. PhoemCJa. Hunter, director of development missed a lecture. course. work from actual He has two book s to be pub-at USF. But s ince t h es e days are field expenence." lished this fall, "Surgeon, USA." Recreational Net Hours Set Panel To T a l k On USF Male gone , the language lab now and the first volume of the new records the lectures on CB Bridge Tourney Pathway of Faith series, "ConRecreational tennis hours: English, huma n i ties, golf, tenO T • h s t antioe , the Miracl e o f the M on day: 8-9 a . m . nis, speech and other sub-penS Ontg t Flaming Cross . " Tuesday: 8-9 a.m . and 2-10 j e ct s . The 1966 National Intercollep.m. " Today ' s Ethics: The USl!' Male, " will be the subject of a panel discussion in the UC Stag S e r i e s Wednesda y at 2 p . m . in UC 252. These tapes a r e available giate Bridge Tournament opens Business MA fo r u s e in the lab from 8 a.m. at 7 p.m. today in UC 265. The We d nesday: 8-9 a.m. and 2-10 to 6 p.m. Monday through Fri-competition is sponsored jointly Starts in Fall p.m. , day, a nd 6:30 p . m . to 8:30 by the UC and the Association The College of Business AdFriday: Noon to 2 P.m . and p . m . Thursday ni ght. of College Unions . min istration will initiate a 4-10 p .m. \ E x ception s listed beOn tl1e panel will be the Rev . Lang uage stud c n t s may Mrs. Judy Walton, bri d g e inmaster's degree program on lowl Allan Burry. Univers it y Cha pel Fellowship; Dr. Donald Allen, chai rman, sociolo g y d e p a r t ment: Fred Jenkins, a D e cem ber graduate; a nd Joe Beck ham, chief justice of the Student Court of Discipline and Appeal s . p r actic e their l e s s on s which structor, will serve as tournat his campus next fall, acting Saturdays a n d S u ndays: Op e n are als o on tape for all Ian-ment director. All pla y will be Dean Louis C . Jurgensen said. to play except i or scheduled guage s taught a t USF. For b y mail; the hand scores will For graduate admiss ion and matches, belo w . The courts will b e reserved those who enjoy classical mube jud ged by William Root and deg r ee requirements students s ic there are vari ou s record-Lawrence Rosler, co n t r a c t should see Dr. Richard Neel , in gs ranging fmm Bach to bridge authorities. The public i s RA 105. during the followin g dates and Beethoven . invited. Greek News Work Proiects, Dances Coming B y GAIL REEVE:. Schaffstall, vice president; and at the Causeway Inn. Camp u s Staff Writer Bud Pritchard, treasurer. FIDES -Sisters that are atWith rush over for both fra-Two b r o t h e r s have been tending the University of Massa ternities and sororitie s, the tri-elected to fill vacancies on the chusetts are Daphne Evans and Nancy Start. m>ter brings new service pro-executive councJI. Ken Vagts s t d led .1 h .. 1 IS ers an p ges WI 1 ave and social activities. Greek took ofilce last month as rush a camping trip Feb. 25 at Camp Week will be coming up and chairman and Carol Wright Indianhead. formal dances will be held b y was sworn in a s executive vice Holly Gwinn is directing a most or the fraternities and sopresident. children ' s play to be presented rorities . 1'ALOS Th e brother s gave by the Bay Players in Ft. MyNationalization is continuin g a party for their new pledges at ers dm ing Febl'Uary for the Ediwith informal and formal conU1e Airport Motel Jan. 29. son Pageant o f Li g hts. tact with national org anizations . La s t Monday, the brothers and L i nda Zuro has been s elected FRATERNI TIES pled g es s old cola drinks at the to be a senior notable. CRAT OSTh e C r atos ca gers Ga sparilla parade. PAIDEIA The s isters and have severa l big games coming New offi cers for T a lo s this pledges sold cola drinks Mon up thi s w eek and welcom e the sprLng arc: Larry Hikler. presiday at the Gaspari!la parade. support of friends. Parades and dent: Terry Chapman, vice presTRI -S.I.S The sisters sold transportatiun to the basketball ident; Danny Ochemider , corcola drinks at the parade last games will leave Delta parking responding secretary; Frank Monday. Proceeds from the sale lot at 4 p.m. any afternoon of Marlin , r ecording secretary; will go to the Sorority Scho lar the game. Dave C r a w ford, controller; ships for International Students ENO TAS The brothers and Charles Marshburn, spirit and to finance the education of an p ledges of the fraternity enjoyed public relations; Bill Martin par-international student at USF. a very profitable day at the liamentarian. Z ETA T AU SIGM A Plans Gasparilla parade last Monday . The new pledge class office r s for the trimester inc lude a hay-The brothers held a S'Ocial are: Vince Osborne, president; ride and' square-dance for sis with the pledges and s is ters of Mike Gilmore, vice president; ters, pledges and guests in Tri S.I.S . sorority last Tuesday Joe Eilts, secretary; Sandy HerMarcl1. As a service project the n i ght. The social calendar in-rick, treasurer; Mike Garcia, sisters have volunteered their eludes the first annual camp-s pirit. services to the Robert McCord out to be held in two week s and SORORITIES Oral School for the deaf chitAt the present time, there i s a graduate program at the Bay Campus with about 80 students. lt is coordinated by the Office of Continuing Edu-cation . hours: Friday, Feb. 18 8 p.m.9 p.m. Satu r day. F 'eb. p.m. 1:;>0 p .m. Friday, Much 4--6 p.m.9 p .m. F riday, March 18--6 p.m.9 p.m. Saturday, .March '!6--10 a.m. -1 p .m. Satu r day, April a.m. -1 p.m. Moi ' t on Stelle Clinics Prep Campus Teams For Bike Race Eighteen men' s teams and six women ' s teams have entered t11e Women Netters Blast Tampa U . USF women netters won their first match of the seas6lll against the University of Tam• 'Swim inol e ' Frosh Intramural race to be pa 3-1 in an exhibition contest March 19 In parking lot No. 10. recently. It was the firs t in Defeat Brahmans Each team consists of five ped-tercollegiate match for the co• At Talla h a ssee dlers. . ' Clinics will be held Feb. 15, eds . The_ USF Sw1mming team 16 at 4 :30 p.m. , and qualifying Tampa' s Judy Alvarez Camp• took frve first. places but lost to races at 4 p . m. on Feb. 22, 23. bell defeated Elesa Nelson 6-2, the FSU Semmole flosb Feb, 5 These who qualify will run a 6 3 J Ad d D at Tallahassee . . . . -. acqme ams an eb • . practtce 'ace Match 1 and 2 bie Garris on dropped their USF s Jrm Morton w as the at 4 p m 6 0 6 0 top point-g etter for the BrahEach team mus t turn i n ' to opponents • • man s, w innin g both short fr e e-the Intramural Office a list of In doubles c ompetition, Tis h s t y les and anchorin g the free-days and the time s which tltey and Elesa Nelson beat s t y l e relay. will be able to a ttend the clin-Mtss Alvarez and her partner The e vent s and w inne r s: ic s , qualif y in g race , and t11e 6-2, 6-1. 144.1. practice race b y Tu es d a y , Feb200 -Yard f•eestyle-FSU 153 . 9 , Sla! ruary 8 . USF Loses To Miami Golfers frecsty le-USF 2 3 . 1, Mor t on. The cycli s ts will u s e th e rac2 00-Y ar d individua l m edley -FSU ing bikes from U1e athletic only . equipment room. JOO-Yard butterfly-FSU 57. 3 . Ric h . 1 0 0 Yard reestyle-USF 5J.8 , Morton. 100-Yar d backstroke-FSU 6 0. 3 , Smith. 400-Yard f reesty le-USF 416.8 . Stene. lOO Y a r d b1e a slstroke-USF Kelle;). 4 20 Yard freestyle telay-USF, 338.5. Morto n , St elle, M cNaughton. USF P h oto USF1s First Letter Winners Are Announced USF' s first v a r s i t y letter a ward winners have been an nounced for the sports of soccer The Uni versity of Miami Golf t e am beat the Brahmans !l'h-8.1 la s t Saturday in a match at the Carrollwood Country Club, Rick Ragnitt led the Brahmans with a 70. Interviews Schedu led and cross country. Interviews for job placement Award winners will receive will be held on campus by many an old gold coat sweater with firms between now and April. a green USF letter. A framed Seniors should note that the certificate is also included . majority of the interviews will Letter winners are: Soccer : John be during February and should contact the Placement Office, (Jl. i AD immediately, Don Col• Gary Hogue C J ), Bl'ia n Holt (F), Ji m by, director of p lacement Sel'V• ice s s aid . Interview dales, organizations Gu e hel' y (FL and Dave and openings are: Women's Net Team Loses to Rollins Feb. 15-Florida State Board o Health. v a rious; will i nterview freshmen, sopho-o more s . juniors and seniors majoring in s c ienc e field s , interested in swnmer em• pl oymeot; Emory Uni versity, MAT Pro. g tam . • The USF women's t e nni s Feb. 2 1 -Mulual of New York, trainees. team was edgCd by RoBins CoLlege 4-3 here la s t Saturday. Co., trainees. Feb. 2z-Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & ln Saturday's match, Rollin's co., accoWllants; Winn-Dixie stores , W e ndy Overton (sixth-ranke d trainees. nationally) and Pam Sullivan Feb. 23-.Southem Bell Telephone C.•! ma!1agemeot positions and enginecri.oB combined for the deciding douass.gn. bles match. defeating E lesa Nel... ::r .,;:i! son and Tish Adams. Cheryl tinned Feb. 24. AU who sign for lnterh J Ad b views must attend $'l'OUp meeting al Koc , acqu t e ams, and De 3 :30 p.m. l'eb . 22 and lake group testhie Garrison USF winners. the 23rd or 24th between and It was Rolbns' 15th straight Feb. 24-Monison's Cafeterias, trainees ) win. Miss Virginia Mack, who Dennis Folken, accountants, College Life . h . . Ins. Co . • sales and a sales management.: accompamed t e V I Sitors , called First Federal Savings and Loan 1\ssoUSF the toughest team they had elation o f st . Petersburg, trainees. f d . I Feb. 25--Fireman• s Fund American ace lll t ll'ee years. LUe Ins . • Co . • trajnees; U .S. Navy Area Audit Office , accountants; Celotex a semi-formal dance to be held F I A The and pledges dren. in MarciL had a profitable day sellin g cola The si sters concluded U1ci r USF Engineers Orga n ize Robert La ne, from right , president of the USF student chapter of t h e F l o r i d a Eng in eering Society, receives an official charter from executive di rector of the FES, R o bert Alligood (right) in PH 141, Jan. 19. Student FES sec reta ry David Winter 1 (left) a nd S tu dent FES vice presi d ent John Petrick look on. T h e Florida Engineering Society i s t h e engineering counterpart to the F I o 1' i d a Amer i can Medical Associatio n. M C b Ad accountants, chemists , engineers (ME & c a e vances EEl. Gerard McCabe acqut'sitions Feb. 28-FBI, speda1 a gent translators: , U.S. Fore st. Servrce, ciVil en.g:meers; K APPA IOTA OMEGA-Rob-drinks at Gasparilla la s t Mon-first Rush with a party for ert Focht, pled gemaster of Kap-day and enjoyed a pled g e sister their new pledges Sunct.ay af pa Iota Omega fraternity. bas slumber party at the home of ternoon . The phidges were pre llnnounced the election of the Carol Braxton the night before . sented with corsages of white followin g pled g e class officers: The annual White Rose Ball carnations trimmed with the John Askew , p resident; Chuck has been planned for March 18 sorori ty ' s colors. J lib rarian and a member of the Goo d Humor Corp. , summer positions. charter USF staff, will leave in June to become associate direc-Ins. Co. , trainees and a
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NIGHT SCENE 0 CA PUS Photographed by Anthony Zappone . Threesome Returns to Rooms. Speeches, Concerts, Dances Make for Busy Nights on Campus. Door of Gamma Dormitory-Lovers Talk, Others Study. By day or night, the Univer sity of South Florida is an eye catcher. At night the fine forms of buildings may disappear but grillwork and lighted windows blink out the daily story that it's a busy place around the clock, a city of learning and living rapidly approaching an enroll ment of 1 0,000. University Center Lobby. Open All Night. Lights Burn Late at Library. It's Open Until 11 p.m. Information Desk in Administration Building. Alpha Hall-After Library Has Closed. It's Late at Library. Student Is Jane Hart, Freshman.


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