The Tampa times

Citation
The Tampa times

Material Information

Title:
The Tampa times
Alternate Title:
The Tampa times
Creator:
University of South Florida
Place of Publication:
Tampa, Florida
Publisher:
[Tribune Publishing Company]
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Weekly
Language:
English

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Hillsborough County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Tampa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
serial ( sobekcm )

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
T39-19660314 ( USFLDC DOI )
t39.19660314 ( USFLDC Handle )

USFLDC Membership

Aggregations:
Added automatically
USF Student Newspapers

Postcard Information

Format:
serial

Downloads

This item has the following downloads:


Full Text
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8 standalone no
record xmlns http:www.loc.govMARC21slim xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.loc.govstandardsmarcxmlschemaMARC21slim.xsd
leader 00000nas 2200000Ka 4500
controlfield tag 008 000000k19601966flu|||| o 000 0eng
datafield ind1 8 ind2 024
subfield code a T39-19660314
2 USFLDC DOI
040
FHM
c FHM
049
FHM
0 4 245
The Tampa times.
p USF Campus edition.
n Vol. 74, no. 31 (March 14, 1966).
1 3 246
The Tampa times.
University of South Florida campus edition
260
Tampa, Florida :
b [Tribune Publishing Company]
March 14, 1966
310
Weekly
610
University of South Florida
x Newspapers.
651
Hillsborough County (Fla.)
Newspapers.
Tampa (Fla.)
Newspapers.
710
University of South Florida.
773
t Tampa Times, USF Campus Edition
785
Oracle (Tampa, Florida)
w (OCoLC) 8750603
5 FTS
856
u http://digital.lib.usf.edu/?t39.19660314


xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8 standalone no
mods:mods xmlns:mods http:www.loc.govmodsv3 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.loc.govmodsv3mods-3-1.xsd
mods:relatedItem type host
mods:identifier issn 0000-0000mods:part
mods:detail volume mods:number 74issue 31series Year mods:caption 19661966Month March3Day 1414mods:originInfo mods:dateIssued iso8601 1966-03-14



PAGE 1

'. -USF Photo usF Honors Newspaper USF Pres. John S. Allen, center, presented a citation for outstanding service to The Tampa Times and Tampa Tribune Co. Thursda y for cooperation through the years in publishing the campu s newspaper. Tribune Company President James H. Couey Jr., left, and Bennett DeLoach, managing editor of 'The T-ampa Times, accepted the award. Cos t of Food Plan Going Up in '67 By S. J. SIESHOLTZ Campus Siaff Writer Rising food prices may boost USF meal plan costs in September 1967 by $1.20 a week. This is in a five-year con tract renewal with Morrison's Cafeteria on the agenda of the State Board of Regents for its meeting today in Tallahassee. The five -year contract expired last year, and an automatic option for a one year renew al now is in effect. MORRISON's said the cur rent rates for food service contract s C$10.80 for the 21-meal plan and $9.45 fol' the 15-rneal plan per week for each trimester) has resulted in an increasing net loss of money, Andrew C. Rodgers, USF business manager re ported. The proposed new f ive-year contract calls for renewal on a year-to-year basis after five years. Other detail s include: of four per cent on gross cash sales will continue to be given to USF. 4. The current rate of 5% commiSSIOn on gross cash vsnding machine sales will continue to be given to USF . No mention was made in _ the proposed contract for re vamping the food plan cost scale if the quarter system is instituted in September, 1967. NO CONTRACT proposals from other companies have been considered. Rodgers said. "We didn't take any new proposals because we were satisfied with what we had . All in all, Morrison's has given good service. Th-ay also have a sizeable investment in the university. USF does not make a prof it from the sale of food cards. USF allots part of the money to Morroson's in payment of housin g and food service and the expense of operating and maintenance . Rodgers said, "A major por tion of the money is committed to pay off bond issues . " He further explained, "Bonds were issued for borrowing money to build dormitories and food S'Zrvice areas. The money is borrowed from the federal government through the Housing and Home Fi nance Agency. USF contracts with several companies for vending ma chine service. Morrison's is responsible for the vending of food, orang e juice and milk. Pepsi-Cola Co. provides car bonated drinks. Candy, con fections, and cigarettes are handled through the vending departm-ant in the USF hook store. USF does not authorize food delivery from outside con cerns. Rodgers gave the rea son for this , "If anything is wrong we know who to turn to. It's a matter of the blame or the fame. Even though Morrison's provides the food service, it is the university's responsibility to control qual ity, to provide good food and well-balanced meals." 1. _current rates of $10.80 for the 21-meal plan and $9.45 for the 15-meal plan be ef fective until Sept. 1, 1967 .. Bay Campus food service will be taken over by Morrison's at $12 for the 21-meal plan until Sept. 1, 1967. YD1s Feature Reply 2. Beginning Sept. 1 , 1967, the rates will b e $12 for the 21-meal plan and $10.65 for the 15-meal plan each trimester. To John St.ormer 3. The current commission Beta Presents Scholars h ip Awards to 42 An "expert on extremism" versial book "None Dare Ca ll will make "a reply to John It Treason" spoke on campus in Stormer and other extremists" January as a guest of USF's in a speech sponsored by USF's Y o u n g American s For FreeYoung Democrats at 8 ,p.m. dorn. More than 900 persons at March 23 in UC 252, YD Vice tended . President Bob Trebes said. Petree is a past president of Beta Hall held its first sc ho -Robert G . Petree, an Orlando the YDs of Orange County and Ja stic awards banquet yester-I a w y e r and exec utive vic e past treasurer of the YD Clubs day in Argos 138. president of the YD Clubs of of Florida. He was a special Robert Brown, Beta Hall presFlorida, will deliver a speech aide to Averill Harriman and fdent, awarded certificates of entitled "I Dare Call It Sianthe late Adlai Stevens w hen merit to 42 residents commendder," Trebes said. they were governors of New in g their "outstanding academic Stormer, author of the contraYork and Illinois , respec tively . achievement." Dale C hri s ti a n se n , academic chairman of the hall , a nnoun ced that $140 in scholarships would be awarded fo r u se in the fall trimester subject to this trirnes ter's grad es. Herbert J . Wunderlich, dean o f student affairs, addresse d the students on th e value of sc hol -Greenes Receive Wilson Awards arship to modern man. Two USF seniors have been He said in part that "schol named w i n n e r s of coveted arship is a perennial product of Woodrow Wils on Fellowships. the. .is Recipients of the f e llow s hips tenstic of .the disCI?lJned rnmd, are David and Dou glas Greene, and ... Js essential for modtwin sons of the R e v . Dr. G. ern man." L. Greene, 2300 Sunset Ave. , Passa Grille. Bay Campus The fellowships each provide tuition, fees and $2,000 for liv -May House ing expenses at any graduate college in the United States or Peace Corps can ada. Bay Ca mpus ma y be the site Two other USF s tudent s re o a Peace Corps Training Proceived honorable m e ntion in the gram this summer, according competition. They to Dr. Ca l vin Miller, director of are W1ll1am Burdett and Geof USF's Continuing Educatio n Defrey Webb, both of Tampa. partrnent. The USF a r e Univers ity official s were r eamon g 1,408 chosen .. 380 luctant to discuss the program U.S. colleges and umvers the s. until th e State Board of Re The sel e ction s were made from gents has approved t he co n 13,000 nominations. tract possibly at a meeting toThe candidates mus t b e nom day in Tallahasse'
PAGE 2

Three Key Faculty Get New Positions 2 THE TAMPA TIMEs For Dental Health Monday, March 14, 1966 Debaters Three key USF faculty memBureau of Mental Health of the bers plan to leave this summer Florida State Board of Health. to take higher positions. Hartnett came here in SepDr. Edward L. Fiemmlng, ditember, 1963 from Michigan 'i.e.' on Sale During Week In UC Lobby An enlarged and restyled rector of . the Developmental State University, where he re-USF literary magazine, the Center, Will become dean of ceived his M.S. and Ph.D. de-"i.e.," will be on sale in UC academic affairs at St. Leo Col-grees. lobby today through Friday. lege , Dade City. St. Leo , a twoStovall, who came here in Business m an age r Dave year \nstitution, is expected to 1960 and was previously assistDukes said , "i.e." will be on chapge to a four-year school ant professor of social sciences sale at 25 cents a copy from in September. at the University of Minnesota. 11 to 2 30 h d D R d T H t d . a.m. : p . m . eac ay r . 0 ney artnet • t and will be available in the rector of Evaluation Services T will join the staff of Education-est USF Bookstore or in the Of fice of Campus Publications, al Testing Service, Princeton, uc 224, thereafter. New Jersey. Dr. Thomas F . Stovall, chair{Continued from Page 1) The magazine will feature a man of the University Graduate . two-color cover, sections on The new tests Will consist of poetry, essays, short stories Council. and an pro 150 different items and a regis and satire and for the first fessor, ts be vt_ce prestdent trant wlll be permitted a maxtime, art work on inside pages, for academtc affatrs at imum of three hours in which lxl editor Colman Rutkin said. ern Kentucky Co 11 e g e, Rtch1 t th test mond, Ky. comp e e . e .' Flemming will take the new The test 1s to explore position Aug. 1. The post was areas: Readmg created in anticipation of the ston, verbal relations, anthmeSeptember changeover at st. tic reasoning, and data inter-All work is by student con tributors. The commercial ly-printed magazine will have 48 pages and will be 6 by 9 inches in size . Leo. pretation. As an associate research psyA spokesman for the Board chologist, Hartnett will investl said it was simUar to a general • gate the development of peraptitude test, with about 50 per Jam SeSSIOn sonality in children for the Educent relatin g to verbal and lin-cational Testing Service. guistic skllls and the other 50 Today at 2 Stovall, a m e m b e r of the per cent to quantitative reason. . charter faculty here, will be ing. The . Center Mustc concerned with the coordination He also said the test has been Committee Will stage another of academic program develop-so constructed as not to give any jam session ?n the ment at Eastern Kentucky when special advantage to any type of East Patto of the UC (outstde the he takes the position July 1. major. Coffee S?op) today . at 2 P:m. Flemming, who came to USF Draft boards in both St. PeAnyone mterested m playmg last A u g u.s t, was previously tersburg and Tampa said they with the group is welcome to chief psychologist consultant were taking men now between attend. The session Is open to and assistant director of the the ages of 19 and 26. faculty, students and staff. Where Are the Forms? Draft-eligible students here now have at least one chance at staying in school if their grades have hit a slump and they feel the hot breath of the draft board on their necks. The local draft board will be giving college qualification testspresumably to find out if a student should be in college-to those who want to take it. A local draft board spokesman was understandably vague on the subject of where the students may apply or where the tests will be (see story on page one) because de tails of administering the tests have not been issued by General Her shey. The local board spokesman sug gested that it was possible applica tion forms would be distributed on Campus . The registrar ' s office here at USF has agreed to contact the state Selective Service headquar ters in St. Augustine about the ap plication forms. For the sake of preserving the emotional stability of students now engaged in academic combat, we hope these details about the appli cation procedure can be smoothed immediately. Who's Cheating? The basic studies examinations, we have learned (see story this page) are practically impossible to cheat on-at least as far as obtain ing the tests are concerned. Security measures, not unlike those of Fort Knox, are employed in such a manner to make anything shortof safe-cracking impossible to the frantic , "I haven't studied" stu dent. However, there is an old saying about "Yankee ingenuity" and we feel it applies here. Students may not be able to get the tests, but that sure doesn ' t stop cheating. Some students who were more prepared , or who took the course before, apparently have taken L I T ' L ! M A N 0 N c A M p u s exams for students who aren't pre pared. Last trimester the humani ties division began a system of checking the student's signature written on the back of the exam, with his identification card. This reduces the number of pos sible cheaters, but to those who aren't going to study and plan on cheating anyway, it only redirects their activities. The questions, however, go far deeper than a simple matter of cheating, as far as the university is concerned. It boils down to a basic belief in the good or evil nature of man. The University has been, to some extent, a believer in the good man. Maybe we are just to naive in believing that. I y I I B L E R THE CAMPUS EDITION Tile Oampu' Edition of U.e T a.mpa Times Is written &tid edited by lludenia at lhe Univeuity of Soulb Florida. Editorial views expreued herei n are not nece111orll:r thole of the USF admlnlolrallon, faeulty or of the Tampa Times, Office11 UO 1JDl..enlly of Souu. Florida, Tampa, Fla., 83820 . Phone 9884131, exL 619, NeWI copy deadline lo 1 p.m. Wednel4ay for Monday publlcaUon, LeUers &o U.e edllor deadline 11 6 p.m. Monday for U.e followin 1 Mondar. Laurence Bennett .. ..... ................... .. " ................... . Editor Harry Halgley ....••....•••....•........•.••••••••.• , . Managing Editor Larry Goodman . . . • . . . . . • . • • • • • • • • • . • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • . . . . . Sports Editor Prof. Steve Yates . . • . . • . • • • • . . • . • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • . . . . . Advfller Don't Date Until You Fluoridate? By LANE FEY Campus Staff Writer Review Senate Before you say "pucker up" again, you better do a litUe A sparse group voted 12-5 in checking into your prospective partner's dental history. favor of the resolution, "Re solved: That the University SenDental researchers at the University of Miami have dis ate should be a Faculty Senate1 ' covered that tooth decay Is a highly contagious disease. Ac in a Foresnsics Club debate cording to Dr. Doran D. Zinner, one of the researchers, tooth Affirmative speakers Dr. decay is caused by certain types of mouth bacteria which are Jesse Binford, USF chapter transmitted by direct contact. Zinner said the best way to president of the American Asso prevent tooth decay is through the use of fluorides. ciation of University 'Professors But how might you go about investigating without being buys. Latest advice on protection warns: Don't sneak a kiss students have their own leglslaWith this social problem exposed, one can, with proper unless you and your date have fluoridated. Students ture and the Administration has precaution, be sure before saying "pucker up." pose to illustrate this frightening de'Velopment. the Executive Council. Blunt ___ called the University Senate, "a Cheat paper senate." Negative speakers, Dr. C. C. on CB? Unlikely! Clark, professor emeritus of Physical Science, students Mrs. Peggy Sherman, a freshman and SOI?homore Charles Hodges By FLO FELTY chance for students to keep Fisher. "Ever since we started, work with him to evaluate his said the University Senate must Campus Staff Writer the "extra copies," except for it has been understood by the studies and develop a more have the knowledge of each re-I you are planning to cheat the freshman English courses . students that cheating just useful technique of learning, sponsible area of the University on a basic studies exam at After class use these exams didn't 'go' here." after the professor or dean has since the concept of the Unl USF, better get out your crib are run through statistical Disciplinary action at USF handled the matter." verslty Senate is to serve all sheets and work up a set of tests and the questions are in cases of cheating is up to Dean of Student Affairs Her-areas of the University. Heech hand signals with your better analyzed for reliability and ef the in d i vi d u a 1 instructor. bert J. Wunderlich explained: quoted Dean of the College of student friends. Otherwise, it's fectiveness. Cheating constitutes at least "There is a good share of exLiberal Arts Russell M. Cooper practically impossible to cheat According to Hartnett, all failure in the particular exerplanation as to why we aren't as saying that if the Senate is on group exams if you had tests are kept in a special cise, or perhaps failure in the encountering this." The basic to be representative, it must be been counting on getting tests "vault," which is really a course, Dean Fisher com studies tests are reworked a widely diversified Senate, and early. locked room consisting of illmented. Cases of repeated every year and released from therefore, a University Senate. Even though all CB course ing cabinets. There is only one cheating, or organized cheat-one office. Tbis center, evalua-For the affirmative, Binford finals are common and are key to the particular room, ing or collusion are handled ting the program, has had concited a petition signed by over glven en masse if there are but there are 2 other locked by the University Board or siderable bearing on the mat-100 faculty members recently two or more sections, the doors to get to the key after Discipline and Appeals . "Most ter. endorsing a Faculty Senate, en tests do not leave the offices you reach the fifth floor of the of what we have had though is "Security is such that it is dorsement by the Campus Edi of Evaluation Services where li):Jrary . "The only way to the ' one-shot, panic' reaction almost to cheat. tion and by the support of the they are made up, except for gain admission to the outside type," she went on to say. Also, previous basic studies student senators. Binford said printing. Students do not work offices would be to scale the Keith G. McKitrick, Clinic tests have been reprinted and the Faculty Senate need not be outside wall," commented Counselor in the Development-are available for sale to the 100 per cent faculty, but at least in Duplicating Services dur ing this time. Hartnett, "but even then you al Center, said "If the student students in the bookstore," 90 per cent. couldn't gain admission to the came to us . . , we would Wunderlich added. Said Dr. Rodney T. Hart vault." •-------------------------Hodges, for the negative, nett, director of Evaluation It seems to be the general s charged that a Faculty Senate Services , the exams are writ opinion of the administration Sen .I or at. re would result in a multi-house ten in the Evaluation offices and faculty, however , that University where all the disby a person on appointment the main problem is not with putes within the University to the University as an exstudents stealing the tests, but would wind up on President aminer. This per so n also copying during the exams be-T t T • h t Allen's desk, consuming time teaches half-time some of cause often so many students ryo U S on I g much better spent on other afthose sections for which he are in a room. fairs. makes up the test, but all "There has been a good bit Among those voting for the tests must be approved by of concern from time to time The Senior Class has an interested students are welcome negative, or for a University the instructor's department (about wide-spread cheating), nounced tlie completion of the and urged to come and read Senate were College of Basic head involved. but we have only had sporadic Senior Satire script, "Jest of for the parts. Studies Representatives in the The instructor of the test occurrences . At these times Student Association Legislature must check out and verify the instructors and the stuthe Golden Beast," by Shelby People are needed for all asRoy Ashley and Bob Brown. the number of tests he takes dents themselves have taken Lewis and John Alston. pects of production and need not There were no other student to the classroom, and then re-steps to prevent It ," said The production April 6 and 7, be seniors to participate. legislators present. _c_h_e_cks __ in_,_t_hu_s_elim_._in_a_t_in_g_a_nY __ D_e_a_n_of_W_o_m_e_n,:.__M_ar_:g_ar_e_t_B_. in the theater, will be directed ------------------------OUR READER'S WRITE Ashley Attacks by Jack Harris, USF senior rna Blg Rlver Rally joring in Theater Arts. Tryouts for the satire tonight in UC 264-65 from 6-10 p.m. All Councils Writer's Reply (Continued from Page 1) Arts. Although Dean Cooper said he would be willing to work with the SA, he said he wants to keep his present structure. Editor, Campus Edition: In reference to a Feb. 28 letter to the editor from Geoffrey Zamboni , he claims to have read Gladue's "Na tiona! Conservatives Test" and Raymond's article . He then goes on to criticize the latter. I would say, Mr. Zamboni , that you overlook the fact that Raymond's "International Liberalism Test" is simply a satire and should not be taken seriously . The non-serious satlre was written as a reply to Gladue's non-serious satire and should be accepted as thus. MOST OF your criticism of Tom Raymond's article also mi ght be germane to Peter Gladue ' s article. An example from your letter is, "It is use d to demote the professor of this utmost degree of gram mar school rhetoric." It cannot be called rhetoric either, as that denotes the art or science of using words ef fectively. The words were used effectively enough, or should I say ineffectively enough to promote people like myself to wonder upon what premises these conclusions are based . THE AUTHOR of the arti cle should spend a little time on word definitions and phi losophy itself to know what he is really denouncing. Ex ample two, "It is one thing to disagree openly with someone and debate the issue in a ma ture manner and quite an other to revert to title satire. It is an extreme pity to see education foster thinking of this nature. " Example three, "Our coun try needs open-mindedness of which I submit the author of that editorial has much to learn." All three examples from your letter would equally well be relevant to both . Gladue's and Raymond 's articles "IF" they were serious, which they were not. BOTH ARE about as serious on Pete Gladue's a r tic 1 e, "Hawks vs. Doves," in the same edition as your letter. (F eb . 28.) Anyone taking this bit of well-written satire seri ously, should go directly to t he Development Center, not pass go, or collect $200 from the financial aids office. Roy C . Ashley Harper said the clubs get appropriations of their own and do not need extra money. Money given to the council should be used for all the stu dents in the college, Harper emphasized. Harper thinks the College Council structure could help establish some uniformity in the colleges . In a recent letter to Har per, Dean Herbert J . Wun derlich, student affairs, ex pressed his favor of the Col-lege Councils. ONE BASIC need for the councils, he said, is the need "for smaller units within the larger university u n i t s which will provide an oppor tunity to personalize commu nication ... " Work continues on the col lege council structure with 21 SA representatives who have formed steering committees to work out details of the cou cils. Committee m e m b e r s in clude: USF Newspaper (Contmued from Page 1) have worked on daily newsBasic studies Herb Bry ant, John Crowley, Russell Dickinson, Jack McGinnis from Bay Campus, and Bob Brown, Roy Ashley and Patty LaB rot. Engineering Bill Thomp son and Rell Lackland. age. The Times was unable papers and several have sum to provide additional space mer jobs in news work. Business Administration :Kathryn Bernard, Gary Sam uels, Roger Traeger, Mike Ward, Tom Williams, Rick Brown and Ken Bodley. on a regular basis. Also, more space was needed fur writing experience by an increased number of students in n e w s writing and editing courses. THE EXECUTIVE COM MITTEE, through the Dean of Student Affairs, Herbert J . Wunderlich, has appointed Sanderson as publisher . Steve Yates, assistant professor of journalism and newspaper faculty adviser, has been ap pointed general manager and news-editorial supervisor. He also will coordinate plans for technical production and ad vertis ing, A student editor and student advertising manager will be appointed by the Office of USF Campus Publications from applications received from the entire campus. They select their own staff. THE NEWSPAPER s t a f f will be expanded and a num ber of paying positions added. Sanderson noted that sev eral editors and sub-editors Speech Contest Slated Here The Florida High School Fo rensics Tournament will be held here for the first time March 18 19. The rounds will begin Friday at 7:30 p.m. and will continue through Saturday to the finals at 3:30p.m. Headquarters of the tourna ment will be in the Physics Building lobby with the rounds, taking place in the physics and chemistry buildings. The 119 students participating are the "finest speakers in each Liberal Arts-Ant h o n y Cole, Henry Caldez, George Walser, Pete Grossman and Dave Howland. There is no steering com mittee for the College of Edu cati
PAGE 3

THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, March 14, 1 966 NEWSBRIEFS Binford Asks Council I Bats Fly Baseball Game To Consider Dual Senate I For Beta I To Highlight Sports Weekend i:;Weekend ; : By LARRY GOODMAN Gametime is 3 : 30 p.m. at Al but expect to improve cons i d-Chem!stry Professor Jesse investigate the possibility of the. USF-AAUP Committee :r system of "very jjj fj and LEE SIZEMORE Lopez Field or Plymouth Field , erably this season. s. Binford, president of the setting up a faculty Senate wb1ch authored the draft, IS serious concern. "" < Of the Campus Sports Staff near Jefferson High School. Ad-Against Rollins, USF Coach USF chapter of the American while retaining the present alla_Jso a member of the March 18-20 has been desig. . . Hubert Wright will start frosh Association of University Pro-University Senate, in a 'Senate honal Problems Committee. President Allen announced nated first annual "Bat-A-WeekRollins College, national small m1ss1on IS free. itcher Mike Macki Wauke an fessors (AAUPJ, asked that meeting Feb. 23 in FH 236. Binford said in his recom-that the Peace Corps might end" according to Michael Blancollege baseball power, visits Rounding out the weekend in h'l . t • St t g h ' the nine-man Senate Council mendations that USF is the organize a training center at ner, project chail'man for Beta USF next Friday night, highwill be a Saturday contest with :1 • 1 w 1 e he sMon . e 1 t t 't th t h B C th' e b t ll H tt t D L d W J go wt r o s arvm --------------:• In a significant departure on y s a e uruvers1 y a as ay ampus lS summ r u Ha . lightmg a two-game weekend for the Stetson a ers a e an . Sh 0 1 d Gamma Pic.ks Council from past positions that said not submitted a constitution emphasized it was still only a The weekend will begin Fri-the Brahman diamondmen. The Hatter.s were 11-19 last year, ere:, r 0 • the USF-AAUP would accept to the Board fo Regents. possibility, Trainees, he said, day evening with a splash-in Rehefers, tf needed, Will be only a faculty senate, and the would be sent to Venezuela. at the Argos Center pool. The southpaw John R i tz and. Gary faculty should have sole juris-In a prepared statement, splash-in, which begins at 6 Tra?P• who went the d1stance diction over U n i v e r s i t y Pres. John S. Allen, also the X • p .m., is open to the public. MuTampa U. last academic policy, president of the Senate, said erOXI ng sic will be provided by the striking out four and walkmg Binford acknowledged the that he thought the Board "Court Jesters." There is no ad-one. In the Tampa U . game p r o b I e m of jurisdiction bewould not approve either the mission charge. Wright singled out the t hree for tween the two bodies and AAUP draft, or the alternate c h Beta r e s i d e n t s and their four batting performance of asked the Committee on Edu-proposal drafted by the Senan g e guests will attend a semi-for-freshman left fielder Doug cational Problems and Aca-ate's Constitutional Drafting mal coronation ball Saturday Heykins. demic Relations, of which he Committee. He called on the evening from 8 p.m. to midIn addition, the Brahman is a member, to team with the Board to set more definite Pian ned night in Argos Lounge. Bob coach was pleased with the re-Residents of Gamma H a 11 Senate Council in studying the guidelines. Brown, Beta Hall president, will duction of errors in the team' s have elected members of the proposal. crown an unannounced coed Tampa University's speedy play and cited the t w o double first Gamma Girls' Council, an The committee and Senate Dean of Administrative Af "Beta Hall Sweetheart." Music Spartans stole their way to a plays in the game with the honorary organization for outCouncil were also asked to fairs Robert L. Dennard urged The USF library has stopped will be provided by "Don and 3-2 win over USF last Friday in Spartans. standing residents of the ball. study changes in the AAUP that the quarter system be Xeroxing reserve material be-the Dee's" of Miami. the Brahman nine's first base-The Council will be under the proposed Senate constitution thoroughly studied among the cquse of overloaded facilities, Bat-A-Weekend will end Sunball game ever. Rollins, with 13 le ttermen back direction of the Coordinating and report their findings to fa c ul t y and administration but is looking into the purchase day with an open house from Less than 100 fans dotted the from an 18-14 campai gn last Councl.l of Gamma Hall and will the Senate later this month. say-ing the possible changes of a new machine, Elliott Harda3-5 p.m. Refreshments will be year, is a perennial qualifier h 7,000-seat AI Lopez Field sta-f th NCAA ll ll -d ' be advised by Leslie Reiken. Robert W. Long, chairman of that would come with t e way, dean of Instructional Servserved; faculty, students, and dium for the intracity contest. GREEK NEWS has the only staff Picked serve as hostesses for open '''' :t! large sized Xerox machine on A USF geographer has been four hours so that a temporary bring a team to Tampa led by houses, assist at polls in elecSororlt.les Cont•l nue m the campus, although the ad-invited to address the lnterna-lighting system at the field veteran outfielders Church 01tions, and plan the redecoratW !if: ministrative building has small-tional Geographical Union meet-would not have to be used. ing of Gamma lobby. .. !1 er Xerox copying machines for ing in Mexico City this sum-The Spartan's win came in The following were chosen on :i: @ t h a t area but it has not lightd t ess N I M • ,.,.,. d th 1 d f th L'b mer. . the fifth inning when Tampa U. and Charles Schoene. the basis of gra es, nea n • t• t :'J ene e oa o e 1 rary Dr. Alfonso Gonzalez, assoc1-broke a 2 _ 2 deadlock. Spartan poise and enthua I 0 n a ee In g s said, "We at.e professor of geography, Joe Pizanno stole third and 1 Claudia ;;: wi}I address some 300 scored on Pete Schaff's looping tion except third base. Jacquilin Brad ey, lli . . . are considering adding a second ahves of North and South Amen. 1 Clark Diane Hale, Georgeanna The sororities on campus have Judy Gavm, pres.; Cynthta V1go machine (if only we can hire can countries on the subject smg e.. . IN OTHER INTERCOLLEGIPanagiotacos, Carol Richbourg, been host to officials the na-first pres.; another operator), we are con"The Problem of Populat ion hPrevwusly, had bed up ATE action nex t weekend , USF' s Donna Caroway, Cecilia Marsh, tionals and representatives from second. v1ce pres.; Mana Trama sidering raising the price, we Growth and Economic Developt e score on . smgles by fast-improving tennis team will Catherine Noel, Dorothy Stew-, the sororities on this campus. recordmg sec.; Roz Hall, are considering coin-operated ment in Latin America. " The Wladyka an.d J1m Gray, be out to better their 3-3 rec-art Patricia Talty, Maria TeThe nationals that have res?::<:"''" ... ".'"""'.,.;,., ... w..... .. •'""''"" man, rs. oor ea , an rs. w sideration to the University, Job lntervleWS Derringer. questions at the semmar on any-ism. It is a martial art in which Enotas Fraternity has jumped Xl-30 <81 K•PP& Iota. om..Dean said. FRATERNITIES thmg they do not understand the emphasis is on the physical to a 15-point lead over CratosINDEPENDENT LEAGUEm PE Listed for March ENOTAS -The second an-concerning the SA following in-aspects. 822lhlh-in th a PI t' Off' aton Hotel. Brothers and p edge • e m, c e Menching is from Formosa. He r. ,. 'll b f acemen ICe. d t t Justice of the Student Court of 't E The gold-clad fraternity 2< :w1 -.. .... Free chest X-Rays wt e o-Th d t d g 'zations enJoye an en er ammg evemng 1s now s udymg nglisb and . , __ • ,. .. • _ "' ,. fered to students, faculty, and a es an or .am with the Glades. Review, which has the job of Economics at New York Unigained t.he m.argin by winning staff today through Wednesday below. To for New Pledge officers are: John interpreting the SA constitution. versity. recent titles m basketball and Top Ten-(l) ' Enolas-822\': <2J cra-b G lf C t T b 1 is mterv1ew and to obtam more mp 1 J Ed Philli Aft th d t t Ch the bike race despite a Cratos tos-807'1 • (31 Al!'ha 4-East-707•% Hl by t e u oas u ercu os formation, contact the Place.au pres.; . . ps, W • er e emons ra IOD en ' Alpha 2-East-6o5 (al Aret e-552'.1> <61 Association. t Off' Ad 280 (EXT 612) VICe pres., Jeff Well, sec., and omen s Workshop will answer questions concern-championship in tennis. McNAUGHTON KELLEY •.. may A mobile X-Ray unit will be men Ice, Ed Frank, tres. Over 500 USF resident and ing T'ai-chi-Ch'un. Enotas won the bike race, Sat-4 0 5 nol zet& Phi at the north entrance of the March 28 _ Polk County Board of CRATOSThe annual Cratos commuter students have been Hold Exercise Sessions urday, March 12 , by outwheel__ ;,;.,;,;:c__c__ ____________ _ UC from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 Public Instruction, Lee County Board Rose Ball, scheduled for March invited to attend a women's An exercise class sponsored 12 ' t s be some R b t H d L• qualify nationally , •. unbeaten in dual competition p.m. to 4 p.m. Manatee Board 19, will be held at the workshop March 19 in Argos by Gamma Hall athletic comDan 0 e r s ea s I st Everyone is encouraged to . March 29-Atlanta Public l?chools, ArSheraton Hotel. Music will be Center from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. mittee for Gamma residents Groothl'us, R 1'ck Metcalfe and . . hngton (Va.l County Public Schools, take advantage of th1s mobile Hernando county Board o Public In by tne Velvets. Discussions will be held on will meet in Gamma lobby every Charley Ehrman were the fra-unit especially if you have not Jo-Rowland school District The Cratos pledge class has how to help students feel at Tuesday at 10:30 p.m., Chair-ternity foursome which pedaled Of All-Star CagerS had X-Rays taken in the past ICalif.l;. Dade County Board o8 Publ!c donated $15 to help buy badly home on campus and in the man Adrienne Kurtz said. t o a one-fourth lap victory mar-Instruchon; Monroe County oard of l . . . , year. Public Instruction. needed eyeg asses for a young dorm1tor1es, and what the umCPA s To Speak gin 0 v e r the 10-lap, 20-mile Hillsborough County student versity can do for the students Wednesday, a USF graduate 167 Festival Will Honor Macleish brought to our attention by a to develop his individuality as and another business representa-course. . ' Kelley Roberts, fierce re-, election of all -opponent teams USF intern teacher. the university continues to grow. tive will speak at a special Runner-up was the. amazlng bounder and deft shooter for by each team. By league, these Tonight Cratos will host FIA Joan Wood, USF senior in meeting of the Senior AccountAlpha duo of Bill Cratos Fraternity, heads a list choices and their point total s sorority at 7 p.m. in the UC. charge o the event, said ses-ing Club in UC 252 at 2 p.m. and BJll Cotterman, who spht of 10 men to make the Campus were: Entertainment will be by the sions will include discussion and The graduate, Ken Kuykendall the entire race chores between Edition's All-Intramural basket-FRATERNITY LEAGUE "Cratos Brothers" quartet. reports on USF's future develop-and Paul Anderson, C.P.A., are . ball team. Kelley Roberts (Cratosl, 15; KAPPA IOTA OMEGA ment and growth. both representatives of Price Remamwg teams, 10 order of Roberts, who made the first Buddy Stone (Cratosl 8 stu Brothers and pledges ol Kappa Waterhouse and Co., a large na-finish were: 3. Cratos No. 2 4 team last year also, led Cratos Patton (Talos) 5; Larry PritchBy ROSALIE FLEISHAKER Petersburg Junior College; and Iota Omega participated in the tional accounting firm. Ander-Cratos No. 1 5. Bay Campus 6. ard . MONDAY h F t 't • Leish. All interpretative reading poetry reading, but April. 2 p.m.-uc Reception for Faculty LEADERSHIP BANQUET 2-1. T e l\'[aroon ra erm Y s INDEPENDENT LEAGUE will be taken from his work. since the original was already PHI SIGMA XI -Five new uc 264 A University Center "LeadDave Bauer and Ted Sext on Bill Howard (PE MaJ ors> A l 1 h Impromptu Jazz Session No. , She made the announcement in USF hands no award will be men were pledged at t e meet-2, crescent Hill crship Training Banquet" Wedcopped singles victories over J Ennis edition is sold out). The poets next year's Festival to be held, Sigma Xi, Zeta Phi Epsilon, SATURDAY The UC Dance Committee will and neck Wl.th Two-West leadl'ng Bill Howard (PEMJ, Gil Janelli 6, and Bruce Knowley c1w1 5 . th h C t V d d . D It 8 p.m.-NTE Exams FH (Various) _ are: Kathy Manetta, USF; Mrs. will be dedicated to e 75t ra os, er an I, e a Tau, 8 a.m.-Florida Forensic Tournament present the "Classics" combo Two-East by 2 . 5 points. (Alpha 4EJ , Tom Manley ( AlHonorable mention: Brent Har Ruth Fry, USF; Henry Logan, birthday of Archibald Macleish. Tri-S.I.S., FIA, Fides, and 7 , 30 Movie, "A Farewell at a dance Saturday night from Men's standings (with softball pba 2El , Stu Patton ( Talos l, mon ( 4EJ, Mike Kling ( 4E ) , Robert Welke, Florida Atlantic; All interpretations will be tak-,Paideia. To Arms" FH 101 9-12 p.m. in the UC Ballroom. remaining): Larry Pritchard (Enotas) and Bill McDavitt (2EJ , Ed Hope Roland Sherrill, Florida Presbyen from his works and the date Last Friday the brothers atCruiseuc 248 The dress will be school clothes. FRATERNITY LEAGUE _ (1) EnoBuddy S t one (Crarosl. (2EJ , Gordon Clement ( 2 E J , Bob terian; Clem Reynolds, St. Leo of the Festival will be March 9 tended the TB h o sPit a 1 and SUNDAY Admission will be 50 cents a ..
PAGE 4

18 THE TAMPA Tll\IES, Monday, March 14, 1966 . They Have New Names Double, United In marriage Saturday and Jerry Gonzalo Polo Sunwore Nile green gowns of linen Hough and Douglas Jackson, were Mlss Lurlene Nora Galday, 5 p . m., in St . John's Presin Empire style and carried sin-brother of the bridegroom . lagher and Joseph Neal Me-byterian Church. gle long stemmed red roses. Mr . and Mrs. Jackson left for Daniel Jr. The double ring cere Parents of the couple are Mr. Best man was Kenneth Smith a wedding trip after a reception mony was held In Our Reand Mrs . John Provenzano, 3210 of Barnesville, Ga. Groomsmen in the church social hall. They deemer Lutheran Church at 2 Grace, and Mr. and Mrs . were Andy Foster, Wallace will live in Tampa. Vows • ) t l ' p.m., the Rev. Eugene Seefeldt Ramon Polo , 3216 Dou glas St . t>fflciating . Escorted by her father , the Mr. and Mrs. James G. Galbride wore an Empire gown of lagher, Hialeah, are parents of s a t i n tri mmed with French the bride. Mr . Gallagher gave lace . A forward petal lace head his daughter in marriage. The piece held her fingertip veil and she carri ed white roses cen tered with an orchid. Maid of h o n o r was Miss Mary Ann S a n c h e z. Brides maids were Mis s Yvonne Fer nandez, M i s s Julie Scaglione and Miss V i vian Sanchez. Flow er girl was Lisa Ferrandes. The attendant s wore blue or ganza over taf f eta and carried carr:ation s. Best man was David Fernan dez. Jerome Provenzano , Am brose Nogues and Randy Polo were groomsmen and J obnny Fernandez was ring bearer. Ushers were Frank Ferlita, Charles Diaz , Michael Proven zano and Jack Craparo . A recep t ion at Order Cabal lero de Ia Luz Hall followed the double ring ceremony. Miss ' Linda Margaret Egne r Mrs. Joseph N . McDaniel Jr. became the bride of JosePh Thomas Jackson Saturd a y a t 7:30 p . m . The Bridegroom ' s bridegroom is the son of Mr . brother , the Rev. William Jack and Mrs. Joseph N. McDaniel son Jr., pe r formed the cere Sr., 1717 Overpar Drive. mony in First Baptist Church . White peau de s oie was the Parents of the bride are Mr . bride' s choice of her wedding and Mrs . Joseph C . Wathe y, suit. With It she wore a 1904 Bristol Ave. , and Mr. and fingertip veil with matching Mrs . Willi a m J . Jackson Sr., headpiece, a heirloom cameo , Tampa, are p a ren t s of t h e and carri ed an orchid bouquet brid g room . on a prayer book. Mr . Wathey gave the bride in Miss Kaye Keller of Palm marriage. She wore a gown of Beach served as maid of honor . silk organza over taffeta wlth She wore lime green cotton Chantilly lace and pearltrii!l in pique and carried white daisies . Empire sty 1 e, endin g in a The bride ' s brother, James chapel train. A pearl and lace L. Gallagher, Boston, Mass., crown held her veil and she was best man . carried white roses . Mr. and Mrs. McDaniel left Maid of h o nor was M is s for a wedding trip to the Gull Carole Jackman. Bridesma i ds Beaches after a reception at were Miss Gail Egner, sister of the McDaniel home. They will the bride and Miss Roxane live at 2306 Fig St. Grober ; ron was Mrs . The Rev . Walter Passiglia solemnized the marriage of Miss Joanne Grace Provenzano James WaU1 ey. The attendants Treat Feet, Not Shoes NEW YORK ( UPI) There Roaches?• is a popular misconception that foot problems a r e caused by Call Terminix 835 •1311 shoes . But the American Podi ---------------------atry Association says foot proburniDmBW gets them out. I I keeps them out and Guarantees it! FREE INSPECTION blems mainly results from her editary factors , injury or illness. S li o e s, however , aggravate pre existing condipons and, therefore , are a factor in foot problems . "Treat the feet, not the s h o e s," the Association cautioned. WHERE GOOD IS For Boys 8-20 ISLA.ND PREPS 233 E, DAVIS BLVD, LIKE TO LOOK YOUR BEST? Try BON-TON BEAUTY SALON 20'21 W. KENNEDY BLVD. PHONE 251-1565 AMPLE PARKING IN REAR SATURA the sooner the better Satura' s ex clusive formula contains s pe cial mois turizers and Vitamin A. Rich emollients mist your skin to hel p prevent dryness ... lines seem to disap pear. Try Satura and discover a truly younger looking skin! NOW .n A VERY SPECIAL PRICE! 8 oz. $6.00 regularly $8.50 4 oz. $3.50 regulal'ly $5.00 available with or withou t h orm ones fCKERD DRUG STORES Paragraphs About People Colorado Snow--will be named March 19 ... The annual Coronation Ball will be held at the Floridan Motor Inn with dancing to George Witt and The Versatones ..• Mrs. John Breece is in charge of reservations . A Lovelier You Spoken.'. ADVERTISEMENT Changing Season Presents Clothing Storage Problems By "BILL" TIDWELL ' Are you one of those people who toss mothballs into an qr• dinary closet . . . and consider it a "keep out" sign for t It just doesn't work that way, . Read the directions on any p-aek-age of moth-repellent • cleaned and moth protected garments must be sealed from air and moisture, to be complete-Mrs. Jerry G. Polo Mrs. Joseph T. Jackson ly safe. How about ce* Tampa Area Date Pad * dar chest anll closets? They are fine. Cedar doesn't kill moths or silverfish, but insects avoid gar-"B"ll" TI'dwell ments surround1 ed by Cedar. So it's wise to County recreation department ered dish supper. They will also the club will also be selling arfold or hang the family's coats will offer a series of flower arcelebrate the Legion's birth tificlal shamrocks this week in in cedar-lined containers for the ranging classes at Roy Haynes da:y. d t T t h f't 1 summer. Remember ... this is Center beg i nning with registra-own own ampa 0 ene 1 we • only satisfactory when moth and tion Tuesday, 10 a.m. The seINSURANCE fare projects. moth eggs are already out of ries will start March 22 with inthe garments. . structors Mrs . Marian SUllwa_Insurance Women of Tampa If you followed all of this g oo and Mrs. Marjorie Bra will Thursday. 6 p.m . , at advice you would practically be the Flondan Hotel. Dr. Ted Van M an expert on the storage of win• man. Anterp will speak on hypnotism. ter clothes. But what about the ' (J/1 house or apartment that just DEVOTION doesn't have the storage space? UNIVERSITY We at SPOTLESS CLEANERS . Devotionals for busy people American Associ ' ation of Uniand LAUNDRY , the SANITONE ill b led b M K 1 Sod MASTER DRY CLEANERS, W e Y rs. ar er-versity Women Marla Dean have come up with a practical berg Wednesday, 12:40 p.m., Study Group, wlll meet Thurs-at the YWCA. day, 8 p.m., at 502 Riviera age". The fee is small and your Drive . Doris Dudney will speak garments are insured. You are on wills, estates and trusts. F R E E allowed to pack as much as Y.()U RST SESSION can into a box (which averages ART CLASS A be gi nners' art class will be held at Nuccio Center begin MACDILL ning with registration Thursday, MacDill Officers' Wives' Club 4 to 5 p.m. Classes start Friday will meet for luncheon Thurs and will be held Fridays, 3 :45 day, 12:15 p.m., at the Open p.m. Hernie Vann will instruct. Mess. Mariece Bisson, AID, \}'ill speak. WOODMEN NAVY MOTHERS Court 792, Woodmen of the World will host District 11 mem-Tampa Navy M<>thers Club hers Thursday at the WOW Hall, will meet for Iu.ncheon and a 2515 Silver Lake Drive . games party Friday, noon, at BOOK REVIEW Tampa Woman's Club will meet Thursday, 2 p . m . , for a business session and book re view. Mrs. E. Z. Cleary will do Morris West's "The Ambassador. " WOMEN VOTERS League of Women Voters , Hillsborough Count y , will meet Thursday at the Swiss House for eletcion of officiers. Certificates of appreciation will be presented to a local p o 1 i t i c i a n and a nationally kno w n humorist. Future proj ects will be discussed at the business se ss ion . LEGION Seminole Post 111, American Legion Auxiliary, will meet Thursday, 6 :30 p.m ., for a covRobles Park Auditorium. The public is invited. Members of , out to 18 to 30 pieces depepq.-7:00 P.M. ing on whatever is stored),,.. • WED., MAR. 16th With your closets emJ?tied Sheraton-Tampa Motor Inn Develop • Poise ancl SelfConficlence • Human Relotions • Effective Communlcatioa • Mol'9 Purpoaeful Living Pre•enled by FLORIDA INSTITUTE INC. Phone 253-3770 IJeauty salons of out-of-season clothing, you are ready to enjoy your summer wardrobe. By clearing the deelt for the changing w eather, you ' ve made it easier for the care of summer clothes . And you have the added comfort of your winter clothes are enJOY ing professional care in storage. Spotless has 18 stores l and -around Tampa to provide you with fast, efficient, quality serv Ice . Look in the yellow pages for the location nearest _m. e 209 E. TYLER ............ , .... 224-5471 e N. ARMENIA AND SliGH , ..... 936-9772 e 2305 EASTGATE PLAZA ......... 237-8681 e WESTGATE SHOPPING CENTER 7711 W, HILLSBOROUGH' AVE ••• 855-1719 8 7500 E. HILLSBOROUGH AVE ••• 626-3411 e 8605 N . FLORIDA AVE ......... '135-732'1 e BRANDON ................... 689-451 I e BEARSS PLAZA .. ., ...... , .... '132-3553 Color Keys Leg Fashions By MARY SUE MILLER trials. To complement taupespring on pretty, fashionable It's a long, long way from beige in leathers and fabrics, legs? high-up s k i r t s to opened-up also the azure blues and pearly YOUR MOST shoes. This makes the stocking grays, stockings are cast in BECOMING LINES a vital fashion accessory the tempo-taupes , a subtle contem-Do you know in detail connecting lin.k of a porary blend. . lines in clothing enhance yanr and a flattermg cosmetic for The palette really 1s limitless, good points and play down the the leg. embracking off-whites, mauvenot-so-good? The right lines do Those "go-with-everything" PInks, bleached-skin tones. both and so make a fine figure basic beige sheers will neither Textures and patter. ns are limit-of a woman! How it' s done is bridge the gap nor make a less, too. Some are refined for told in our I e a f 1 e t "YOUR good show of the leg. sheer softness and elegance. MOST BECOMING L 1 N E S." What's wanted are delicate Others are bold, rib by and Advice is individual and includes tints to veil the leg and, at the kicky. And the bolder they are, silhouettes, necklines, shoulders, same time, carry the color the more colorful they are apt sleeves, belts, trimmings. To ob theme of clothing or shoe. And to be. tain your copy, write Mary Sue this, spring stocking shades go New techniques are bringing Miller in care of this news all out to do it. about flawless fit. Welts have paper, en c 1 o sing a self-ad-There are whitened, pale-dry been modified to accommodate dressed, stamped envelope and sheers with a hint of green . to short skirts and, sometimes , the five cents in coin. wear with all the fashion greens, welt has a decorative trim. So, -==-=--=-==-=-....,------yellows and almost-white neu-my lovely, why not walk into TOOTHACHE STOPS PAIN OF ' KITCHEN BURNS When hot grease splatters skin-apply Solarcaine First Aid Cream in stantly . It actuaUy blocks sensatioM of pain with anesthetic benzocaine. Antiseptic . Aids healing. Moisturizes. For all surface irritations that hurt, burn, i tch. Keep ban dy to stop pain fast-Solarcaine First Aid Cream. [soLARCAINE"(f)J:I)IJ Also in lotion and Sprif forma OUR "HURRY UP" HAIR COLOR works while we set your hair! Barely time for a cut and set? That's time enough for our artists to do both, and color your hair! First a lovely shaping. Then our Fanci-full Rinse pro vides instantcolorwhileyour hair sets! Colors that cover gray, colors that lovingly tone bleached hair. And Fanci-full needs no peroxide, no complete with cut and set: $325 up ""' ,., .. • ra ..,., --


printinsert_linkshareget_appmore_horiz

Download Options

close
Choose Size
Choose file type
Cite this item close

APA

Cras ut cursus ante, a fringilla nunc. Mauris lorem nunc, cursus sit amet enim ac, vehicula vestibulum mi. Mauris viverra nisl vel enim faucibus porta. Praesent sit amet ornare diam, non finibus nulla.

MLA

Cras efficitur magna et sapien varius, luctus ullamcorper dolor convallis. Orci varius natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Fusce sit amet justo ut erat laoreet congue sed a ante.

CHICAGO

Phasellus ornare in augue eu imperdiet. Donec malesuada sapien ante, at vehicula orci tempor molestie. Proin vitae urna elit. Pellentesque vitae nisi et diam euismod malesuada aliquet non erat.

WIKIPEDIA

Nunc fringilla dolor ut dictum placerat. Proin ac neque rutrum, consectetur ligula id, laoreet ligula. Nulla lorem massa, consectetur vitae consequat in, lobortis at dolor. Nunc sed leo odio.