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It Starts Here New 'Dish' On Campus Channel 16's new "dish," a microwave trans mitter, was installed on top of the library last week. The transmitter is used to send broadcast signals to the Riverview tower. M .ic. rowave 1Dish1 Boosts Television SEVENTY-FOURTH YEAR-No. 85 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 16, 1966 PRICE FIVE CENTS Budget, Bonds Approved . SA Election Today Regents Give Nod To $7.48 Million Representatives to the Student Association legislature will be elected today at 2 p.m. in the Teaching Auditorium. There are a total of 33 vacant seats in the legislature. . Today's ' election will deter mine whether or not the SA legislature will meet as a repre sentative and official body this summer or whether it will only be advisory to the President. John Harper, SA President, said that 12 persons, 11 legisla tors and one senator, have en rolled for the summer trimester and will continue to hold their seats in the legislature. The SA constitution stipulates that at least 25 members of the legis lature must be present at a meeting to constitute_a quorum. Thus, a minimum o[ 13 legisla tors must be elected at today's meeting if the SA legislature will be able to function this trimester. ALL STUDENTS registered at USF are eligible to run for va cant seats in their college. Har per gave the breakdown of va cant seats as 19 from Basic Stu dies; 5 from Liberal Arts; 2 from Business Administration; and 6 from Education. The En gineering College, which is the only College with a functioning College Council, will hold its own election. . If 13.students are not elected at the meeting today, Harper said that he will take those who have agreed to run and place them "in the executive branch and run the whole thing out of By HARRY HAIGLEY Editor The Board of Regents approved USF's g e n e r a 1 spending request for $7.48 million Tuesday which in cluded a three per cent increase in salaries for teaching and administrative personnel here. The approval came while the board was considering the operating budgets for all state univer-sities. Alto gether $144 miiiion was approved for spending in the state university system. The money is part of a $13 million budget that the University will be operating under during the fiscal year 1966-67. The request for monies now goes to the cabinet budget commission for approval. Not included in the (Continued on Page 2, Col. 7) Court OKs Bonds Elsewhere, $7.75 million for new construction was approved last Monday for new buildings on the Univer sity. The money was included in a $65 million bond is sue that was validated by a Leon County Circuit Court. The money will provide for a $2.5 million science center unit and a $2 million social science building. Also included in the bond issue are funds for a $326400 basic studies classroom building, a $750,000 addi tion to the University Center and $937,000 for extension of utilities to serve these facilities. The bonds, which had been approved by the state legislature, will be sold by competitive bid on the bond market. Money from the bonds will be used for construction at all state Universities, junior colleges and vocational technical schools. According to the T a m p a Times, hv addition to USF, the $36.9 million allocated to universities under the bond issue will be spent for construction at: By TOM HORNUNG matching funds from the univer-the departments. We won't be Campus Staff Writer sity. able to lfilgislate but we'll be -USF Photo Florida Technical University, near Orlando, $8.06 million; Florida State University, $7.58 million; Univer sity of Florida, $7.56 million; University of West Florida, Pensacola, $6.12 million; Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, $5.87 million; and Florida A and M Univer sity, $2.02 million. Plans for beginning telecastWUSF-TV is expected to have able to operate." Jng for USF's own television a 55-mile telecasting r ad i u s. The SA constitution gives the Vote station took on added emphasis WUSF-FM has increased its President the power to appoint Student Association President John Harper and Louise Brink, chairman of this week when a microwave repower by 5,000 watts, for a topersons to the legislature pro-the rules committee, urge all students to vote today in the SA elections. Repre on top watts and a range ._s_e_n_t_a_t_iv_e_s_wil_._l_b_e_e_l_ec_t_e_d_t_o_d_a.=.y._a_t_2--'p:...._m_. ____ 1 WUSFTV channel 16 has anRich Steck of the television approves. But in order for the Jd • nounced p 1 an s for station said one of the of approve the apCOU ASSISt 1,200 broadcasting m September. the new telecasting fa c 1 lt t y pomtment 1t m us t have a Tornado Costs Set at $34,647 Also recently completed was a would be, "To furnish the com quorum. transmitter building and tower munities in our area with cuiLAST SUMMER the SA was S . t u dents ' A I. d ' F u n d at Riverview. tural, information and lnstruc. involved in a heated controThe new building at Rivertional programs." versy because of the quorum view houses transmitters of With telecasting only months rule. There were not enough WUSF-TV, WUSFFM and away, new equipment recently legislators in school to approve In other actions, University President JohnS. Allen WEDU-TV and was begun in added include: Two video tape the appointment of the legisla-$ 6 0 0 000 requested $23,137 from the board to finance repairs to November, 1965. The 'building recorders, two camera, a new tors and then President John E t . uninsured property damaged during the tornado last h 0 uses equipment purchased film camera and projector, Reber atte)llpted to achieve a X p e c s th through a $295,000 Health Eduspecial effects equipment and "quorum by mail". Cards were mon cation and Welfare grant with remote truck. mailed to legislators and they f The president was in Tallahassee attending the were asked to approve the ap-Board of Regents' meetings. And Will Beam From. Here ' . .s.;. ,,.-,1. .., New Transmitter Off Campus The Riverview transmitter, which will be used by USF's radio and television station was recently com pleted. It will be used to send the campus' "sounds and sights" to residents in nearby areas. pointments. TJ:Ie I?rocedure was Approximately 1,200 students 6 per cent on the loan is paid the interest rate would not be Altogether, $34,64_7 in ruled unconstltuttonal by the .11 b ed r f' . 1 .d by the government while the stuprofitable Silverwood said damage to the Umvers1ty durmg the estimated 10 mmute St d t C t f R . w1 e assur o mancta a1 ' 1 t d u en our o evtew at the . . dent is in school and for nine A state agency which must be ong orna 0. end of the summer, however. Tnmester 1 through _the Namonths after he leaves the uniestablished the bank loan Some $11,510 of this amount was covered by in for this tlonal Defe_nse Act versity. program is operative, is at pres-surance and was used for the repair Of dorms. lS the . Elecb?n Rules CNDEAl_ sa1d Kern:nt J._ Local banks are not eager to ent nonexistant. If the NDEA Buildings and vehicles not insured were hardest hit .. LoUlse corndirector of fmancial atds participate in the program but loans were cancelled Silverwood duri'ng the hi'gh WI. d mtttee chatrwoman, sa1d that thts week. b k h 'd th ld 'd h ld f th n s. "th El t R I C . . USF two an s ave sal ey cou sat e cou oresee no o er In round numbers the cost to USF after the tor-e ec wn u es ommtttee He satd he exi!ects to handle the loans. One bank quessource of aid for the students d . ' has the power to supercede the receive approximately $600,000 tioned about the program felt affected na 0 . IS. . Constitution and the By-laws so for NDEA loans, slightly more Physical Education Shelter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $350 far as the elections are con-than was received last year. Greenhouse and auxiliary . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $370 c'erned". Silverwood said the federally Faculty Members Maintenance ............................... $950 Basis for the authority is a guaranteed bank loan program, _ , Utility buildings ........................... $1,000 1965 Court of Review decision. d to rep I a c e NDEA C 1 t $1 propos;, . oo mg owers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,000 pI an Research . : : : : :: : : : program a student would borrow oar egen s . rc Itect s 1ce . . . . . . . . . . $380 For May 25, 28 money from a local bank with E. b f 1 t 8 1 t d h b . OperatiOn and Mamtenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $150 The Graduate Record Ex amination area t e s t s which are required of all liberal arts graduates will be administered in the Physics Building auditorium Wednesday, May 25 at 6:30 p.m. and Saturday, May 28 at 8:30 a.m. . 1g teen a c u y mem-e ec e on t e asts of pro-W t t $330 his good standing in the school . . a er ower .............................. . 11 t 1 T q lit r th bers have been designated reposals for xesearch submitted to Human 1 t 1 es bui'ldl'ng $::::75 as co a era . o ua y o e .... . . . . . . . . • • • . • • • • • • . v loan program, maximum family search professors for 1966-67 by the. council, the professors will Wellhouse and minor repairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $80 annual income would be $15,000 by the All-University receive reduced teaching assign-Vehicles, not insured .......... , . . . . . . . . . . . . $4,100 or less, The simple interest of Council . ments during the year to give General Cleaning Up ....................... $6,460 them time to conduct research President Allen said that the university was lucky and write reports on their work. because the tornado line that swept -central Florida only The faculty members selected, brushed the northern end of the campus, according to (Continued on Page 2, Col. 6) a UPI report. These dates are primarily for June graduates but poten tial August graduates are en couraged to complete this requirement at this time, Dean Russell M. Cooper of the Col lege of Liberal Arts, said. The student need not make prior apPlication to E v a I u a t 1 o n Services and t h e r e is no charge for the test, the dean said. Engineering Building Is Near Completion USF's Engineering Building tional meetings on our campus. is going to be distinctive from The engineering building will the other buildings on campus not have any sunscreens thus it in both appearance and funcwill be distinctive in appear tiona! design. ance from other buildings on Scheduled for completion in campus. The narrow windows August, the new building is lC>will extend the height or the cated west of Physics and building. Chemistry buildings, be able to host regional and na-May 27 Last Day The building consists largely To Buy Insurance of laboratory surrounded Ehgineers Have by graduate cubtcles, classStudents have 30 days after rooms, design rooms and facul-B p • f registration, or until May 27, ty offices. The laboratories will egun 5 to buy school insurance. The center around a central utility USF's engineermg depart-cost is $4 for coverage until core, one of the most unique ment has several research proj Aug. 25. features of the building. ects under way even though the The plan provides 24 hour The graduate cubicles are new engineering building will coverage whether at school or necessary due to the emphasis not be occupied until about on v a cation, in Europe, or on the five year degree and will Aug. 1. The depat tment is con wherever you are. Brochures enable graduate students to perdueling studies in composite outlining the benefits and limi-form individual studies. The materials, fish locomotion, and tations of the insurance may faculty offices will be in the optical measurements. be obtained at the Health Cen-order 'of suites, similar to the The research being done in ter. Physics building. There will be composite materials is of inter-New or transfer students, who a large lobby which will be est to the engineering students have not been students at USF suitable for displays. since this is entirely what the during Trimester I or II, may Other major features o[ the new building is to consist of. buy the insurance by paying building will be design rooms The research in optical meas $4 at the Cashier's Office at Adand a roof top laboratory, which urerrients is being done on ministration Room 131. con-will facilitate studies in solar "lasers" and in optic applica tinuing students must fill out a energy, communications, etc. tions ' in engineering. health certificate supplied by There will also be central elec-The research they are doing the Health Center, before paytronics shop facilities to assist concerning fish locomotion is ing the insurance. in the study of optical measure-in the area of fluid mechanics. After buying insurance, stu ments. The department said that by dents should pick up wallet-size The engineering building will understanding how fish swim, Identification Insurance Card at have one major auditorium and an underwater craft could be the Health Center, fourth floor two large lecture rooms. This is developed that may be as effi-in the UC. important to USF as we will cient as fish are. / Building Boom USF's building boom surged ahead with the announcement of the planned eom pletion of the Engineering Building in July.

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THE TAI\XPA TIMES, 1\londay, !\lay 16, 1966 Unusual Materials In Senior Art Show By ELECTRA SUTTON Campus Staff Writer painting?" His answer is that a painting does not have to fit the traditional concept of a flat Is it art if it is a trartsmiscanvas in an 18 by 24 ratio and sion on top of a carburetor and that viewers of modern art are Is Dead' Side Loses USF Debate does the number four in a paintnegating their capacity to ap-By TOM FLEGAL Dr. Allen fought back with' an The moderator then recoging still mean the mathemati-preciate modern art by expect-Campus Staff Writer equally rousing epilogue. He nized questions from the floor . cal quantity, four? ' ing it to fit their expectations. God sunived Monday night. asserted that complacency in The favorite tr.eme of the vari-Many viewers of the Senior's If the piece looks unusual to His "living" team captured 63 people is contributing to the ous questions asked was "Did Honor Art Show now in the the v_iewer tha_n the best thing per cent of the English style death of God. God ever exist?" Theatre Gallery have a s k e d for h1m to do 1s to just pay at-votes over the "Resolved-That themselves t h e s e questions. tention to it and analyze it on its God is Dead" affirmation in the L th b D • b for terms. For example, if a USF Forensic Club sponsored ea er y escr1 es usmg matenals m d1sturbmgly v1ewer expects the four on one debate. unprecedented . of Lindblom's canvases to mean The Rev. John Mangrum and The two semors honored . m four means,. Paul Feuerstein minus ill Geor w k • w h • t the sh_ow, Robert Huff and RIChsee lt for lt. IS, ganne Panagiotacos defeated Dr. or In as I ng on ard Lmdblom, who were chosen wh1ch IS purely a calligraph1cal Ed Allen, Douglas Rosentrater by USF art faculty as two form. . . and Yvonne Gonzalez in the outstanding seniors now m the When asked _to descnbe . h1s vigorous contest. By PAT LEATHERBY For some reason it is at first art department. Both made own works wh1ch are mainly D .d Sh t od to ll d Tales of Washington's beauty a little surprising to see Sen. some interesting comments constructs of canvas formed aVJ Allor • m rt,hca de at night became real for me as Margaret Chase Smith wearing od ood h L ' dbl on Dr. en to egm e e. about therr and other m over w en apes, . om b t D All d th . . g my plane landed and my ex-as always, a red rose-pushmg artist's use of unusual matenals said that he liked utilizmg the dai e. r . t en use e rllsmf ploration of this strange fabled her little shopping cart up and nk 't 'th t ki vorce ra e as an examp e o • . such as automobile JU • canvas as 1 1s Wl ou rna ng 1 f 1 1 d' t God' place began. down the a1sles of a supermar-Robert Huff said that people artificial use of paint. However , 0 ove ea mg 0 s For four months I worked on ket, or .to hear a Congressman insist on looking at a chrome he is exploring the idea of add-ea • Capitol Hill under the Workmention that he will have to bumper as an auto part instead some type of texture to the Reverend MangJ:Um s P 0 k e Study program. In the morning buy less bacon because of of just a form. He feels that forms. and the I was busy in the office of Rep. ing prices. form supersedes function. He declined to make any more tive of bemg dogmatic Sam Gibbons, usually assisting Nor are Congressmen necesHuff is captivated by form. He comments a?out his work. and He als? Bill Warden, the congressman's sarily imposing figures. My elegoes to the Tampa Scrap and cause he sa1d that the artistic brought 1n reverent agnoshpress secretary. During the a-vator was located across the Iron Company to find interestexperience tends to be richer clsm" as a self conternoons, I operated an elevator hall from the office of Carl -USF l'hoto ing shapes and assembles them than a description . Therefore, cept of He said, I have in the Capitol Building. A 1 b e r t, the House Majority Steel Whee's into works of art. He says that the person interested in seeing seen God m the of WordsI discovered quite a colony of Leader. We got along very • the artistry comes in when he what sort of art is prsently in ,T. S. Eliot and Arthur USF students and graduate well, because Mr. Albert is al-This is but one of three works of art now on display by senior award winning selects -the Pi4:!ces. It does not vogue at USF must go to the Mtller. working at the capitol. In addi-most as short as I am. artist Robert Huff. This and other work created by USF students, is now on matter what the part is, in fact, Theatre Gallery and view it for Douglas Rosentrater fervently tion to myself, there were Pete display in the Teaching Auditorium Gallery after it is assembled, its former himself with an open mind . declared that God has become Hughes, who is on Senator THE SPEAKER of the House, b VA HOspital vant. partment, Harrison Covington, old quotations and 12 m inute brose. ' . hand, is a towering man. He F d Possibly his very individual said that the department is very sermons on Sunday." is also an Irishman and fiercely S and self-found situation led proud of Robert Huff and RichP au 1 Feuerstein countered IDLLSBOROUGH COUNTY is loyal to the land of his fathers. U n Huff to quote a passage from ard Lind b 1om and considers with: "Who killed God? Can we well represented in Washington. On St. Patrick's Day, he sup Edwin Arlington Robinson as his their work very strong for stu mortals kill God? We may be Sam Gibbons I discovered is plied green carnations to those view of the world. "This world is dents on the undergraduate level to ignore God but He one of the highly who were without the tradinot a prison house, but a play-of study. Both students are us m the end. Man has nsen second-term Congressmen on tional color. Bill Passes House ground in which bewildered chil planning on attending USF's to dignity through God." the Hill. ' I also visited Arlington where dren try to spell God with the graduate art program, so in the Miss Gonzalez followed and I naturally spent much of my that " brief, shining wrong blocks." next two years this campus will remarked: "The nee_ d God time observing Congressional had flickered away. Or perhaps Richard Lindblom said, that probably be able to see further as man once knew Him IS dead. debates and committee hear-it had suffered only a brief set . people ask him, "When are you examples of these artist's promMan can predict his own future ings. The topics discussed at back. For the spirit of John A $13 261 000 appropriation to school but provided no funds. The VA estimated the new going to put the paint on your ising work . and bec?me his own God." the hearings I attended T anged Kennedy is s t ill strong, in Wash-begin of a 720-bed Since then, the Board of Re hospital will employ about 1,400 A fmal VIgorous speech. by from automobile safety and pet-ington and throughout the world. Veterans Administration hosgents has been accumulating persons and send approximately Recreation Events on Tap Reverend Mangrum .. napping to the Senate Foreign I once made the mistake of pital near USF has passed the information which would help in $7-million a year into the econ the statement that people 10 Relations Committee hearings standing between Robert Ken-House of Representatives and planning a medical s c h o o 1, omy of the Bay area. E t c t T church a r e not to .be fun on Viet Nam. I paid particular nedy and a group of about a now is before the u.s. Senate. should the VA be underProposed for hospital are no asra OS op of; God has not. died, "!!-e lS as attention to the proceedings of hundred high school girls. You The hospital to be on a 22-taken. However, no f 0 r m a 1 480 general medical beds and near as your neighbor. the House Education and Labor don't make that mistake twice. acre tract at 30th Street and feasibility survey was under 240 beds for psychiatric cases. Committee, of which Mr. GibI took a n afternoon flight ]31st Avenue could be part of way for the school before pas-Research facilities would abo Softba II Contenders bons is a member. home. Washington i& beautiful a vast medical complex which sage of this bill. be provided. The hospital could Hunt FavorS in the daylight, even more beau-would include a proposed USF In March 1964, Congress had be used in training medical and BUT ABOVE ALL I was able tiful than night. Though I had medical sch9ol and a nearby authorized $16,986,000 for the paramedical students and Reactivating t o meet as people, rather than lost some of the awe which privately-owned community hoshospital , but the president help hold down cost of medl By BOB BLOODWORTH week's clinic saw 15 faculty and merely as names in a news comes with mystery, I had pita!. trimmed $3-million from the cal facilities at the university. Campus Sports Editor staff members learning the finer Food Group story, the men and women who gained the respect that comes Rep. Sam Gibbons, who led bill and sent it back to the Preliminary plans call for A unique combination of Enopoints the game. William N. Hunt, manager of are our national government. with knowledge. the fight for the hospital, exHouse for new approval. construction of the medic a I tas and Cratos fraternities into Sign-up for the UC Recreation Food Services , last week urged pressed hope that this bill will Total cost of the facility, acschool along 30th Street and one team for the softball com-Committee's table tennis and the reactivation of the now de accelerate pl:anning of a medical cording to Gibbons, will be Fletcher Avenue. A 200-bed petition which begins this week billiards tournaments ended last funct food committee. Budget Is Approved school at USF. $15,727,000. A new appropriation privately owned hospital is seems to be the team to beat in Friday with only six P eo P 1 e He said that he would like Last. year the st.ate le gislature to the remaining $1,538,nearby, but plans are the men's league. No clear favsigned up for each. very much to discuss and ex-authonzed plannmg for t h e 000 w!ll be sought when needed . mdefmtte. orite has emerged so far in the The six week long tournaplain with represent atives of (Continued from Page n women's league. ments begin today and last until the student body the problems sum, was money for construction of buildings. Campus News Briefs The men will be playing a June 10. Included in the billiards involved in the food service According to Andrew C. Rodgers, USF business nine-game schedule with each t?urnament will be pocket bil-from both the cafeteria's and manager, salaries took a huge part of the money, and P • M • u c E t of the 10 teams playing twice llards for both men and women, the student' s viewpoint. will amount to $6 902 million during the upcoming year. a rtles, OVIeS, ven s each week. The distaff teague, He saidd' is a :,:ck tof He also said' that this amount included a general comprised of four teams, will' eludes flights for both men and udndterstand foodetween . e s ud3 per cent increase in salaries approved last year by the play a similar schedule although en s an "' '"' serv1ce a . n ' b d f t Th ill b 11 t d Off V • s F the exact dates have not yet women in sin g les and doubles . expressed a willingness to dis, oar o r_egen s. e :t;noney w e a oca e on a reg-er aries Ummer are been determined. Because of the Scheduled for May 18, May 25 cuss the food with student rep-ular pay mcrease baSIS. . . mass exodus from campus on and June 1 is the UC bridge resentatives. He also stated . Another $81,600 was allocated for the htrmg of part . F rid a y s all games will be tournament to be held at 7 p .m. that he was dismayed at the time professors and students and staff members who A scholarship of $26 is now cost is $1.08 for 3 games, instrucBaroque Era, will be played by played on Monday t h r 0 ugh each night in UC 252. lack of initiative on the part of worked on a hourly basis . available for a student majoring tion, shoes, and transportation. Gary Wolf. A faculty ensemble Thursday e s s? n s will be given i_n the students and the Student General operating expenses for the University was in Office-Administration or BusiMATING GAME of stringed instruments _will Faculty •. and staff members bndge, and tenms Association. listed as $471,000 for the year. This includes t:ne main-ness-Education who wants to The UC Movie for this week supply the background music. participating in a three team anyone mterested m signAud"lt Planned tenance of buildings , equipment and grounds. participate in the Cooperative is "Mating Game" starring DebSKI AND SUN . softball leagues will begin play mg ,up at the uc desk. Under the heading of operating capital outlay, the Education Program. . bie Reynolds , Tony Randall and Members and guests . at-tomorr.ow and the second golf The Student Association is board approved $109,000, for new and replaced equip• Detailed information is availPaul Douglas. The movie will tend Kappa Io_ta 5 . first clinic for the faculty will be held p 1 ann in g an audit of Mor-ment for the University. • able in the Cooperative Educabe shown Friday and saturday, part;, of the Tnmester, Ski and Wednesday at 5 p.m. at the newrisons' books following an • tion office, AD282. May 20 . and 21 at 7:30 p.m. in Sun, Saturday afternoon at the ly completed driving range. Last article that appeared in the • This scholarship is the second FH 101 The cost is 25 cents for lake front home of Ken Vagts Campus Edition last week and Research Faculty Named to be offered to USF by the in _o La_kes.. after SA President John Tampa chapter of the National A p1cmc, sw1mm1ng, sports, Harper said he had talked to (Continued from Page 1) a c t ions of organometallic-Secretaries Association. CONCERT WEDNESDAY and water skiing will highlight Campus .\ "" . several students and Herbert their academic areas and their chelate compounds. STEREO DANCE A concert of Baroque music the event. E "" Wunderlich, dean of student . . . Also selected are G. Hartley 'II b t d b th USF D S k 1 . ni f St VentS proJects are: E. Chnstlan An Mellish, economics, official in-WI e presen e y e ave o o , a JU or rom . affairs. The UC Dance Committee M D t t w d d b ti 1 h ir derson and Lester W. Tuttle tervention and the Canadian us1c epar men e nes ay Peters urg, ac ng soc1a c a Harper, released a memor-presents a Stereo Dance SaturFHlOl t 8 30 f th fr ternity is in Jr., education, analysis of the dollar: 1950-1962; Eugene D . day, May 21 at 9 p.m. in the lD a ; p.m. man or e a , -andum last week which was OJ h . t f . UC Ballroom. The D. J. is The concert will feature Ed-charge of arrangements. Sokol addressed to David Searles, operational character of existsen, c emJS ry,. reac 1ons m , Brooke Chamberlain. Dress is ward Preodor, chairman of the is assisted by Rick Bachman AU Ernest secretary of finance. In the ing evaluative criteria for teachand m1xed solvents; • USF Music Department, on the and Don Weaver, both seniors Cox TA. memnrandum, Harper dl'rect-er candidates at USF William Francis Sistrunk, psychology, casual and the dance is free. All week-Senior Honors Exhibition, v ' 1 f 1 J 'nfl violin, students John Tartaglia from Tampa, TA. ed Searles to meet with WunD. Bliss and Carolyn A. Pickard, ysls 0 soc a 1 uen?e;: BOWLING PARTY on the viola d 'amore, Patricia SLEZAK PLAYS TONIGHT ty or de11ree to be derlich , Dean Robert L. Denpsych ology objective measure-Ramulf A. Stelzmann, foreign The UC Recreation CommitStenberg on the oboe, Donald "Coda on 39th Street," featur3 ,30_4 ,30 Art Coursr, nard, dean of administrative ment of "goodness" languages, of Kant's con: tee will again sponsor its weekOwen on the trumpet, and Maring Walter Slezak, concerning "Pennsylvania Dutch" uc 47. affairs, and William N. Hunt, of forms; Sylvan C. Bloch, cept of academic freedom. : ly bowlin g party. at Florida tha fl:earick on the The the night of New York's 2 ,00 uc 252. manager of food services on physics, interactions of electro-Lanes. The bus Will leave the harps ichord , the most popular Metropolitan 0 Per a, will be 8:30 PII?---Concert or Baroque MuHic, campus, to work approval and waves in plasmas; Da-Jobs Are Open front of the UC at 7:30p.m. The keyboard instrument of the on WUSF-FM, at 6 p.m. today. USF Mustc 101 arrangements for auditing of v1d E. Clement, PSY_Chology,_ en-Part-time jobs paying $2.37 an 8 :30 p.m.-Student Concert. Tina the books. coding of visual mformatwn; hour are op en for 29 qualified l] .. lOI. uc Movie: "Mating Hirshberg, English, Silas Mar-the deadline for filling the jobs 9 :0(H2:00 p.m.-Stereo Dan BR. Any USF student who for-ner in America; Theodore B. is May 25. Congratulations During the last Graduate Rec ords Examination given here some 15 students scored above the 2,000 mark, an academic achievement that they and the University should be proud of. Twelve of the number were graduating seniors and they com prised an estimated four per cent of the graduating class. The national average for the test is near 1,500 and that a large number of the seniors scored well above this on the test is a favorable reflection upon themselves and the University . The test , not to be confused with ' a graduate entrance school exami nation, is a measure of knowledge in the fields of social science, humanities and natural science. The primary purpose of the exam, which is given to liberal arts grad uates and humanities majors is to provide the University with ari evaluation tool of the job they are doing . An interesting note, in the exam, was that seven of those graduating were not honor stu dents, and students did not neces sarily score the highest in the major field of study. Perhaps you are l earning more than you think you are . THE CAMPUS EDITION , • The Oampuo El!itlon or the Tampa Tlmeo lo written and edited by otudento at the Uniursity or Soutb Florida. Editorial wlowo ex preue4 herein are not necosoarlly those of tbe USF adminlotratlon, f'\colty or or the Tampa Tim ... Olrtceat UC 222 University of South 'Frorlda, Tampa., Fla., 88620. Phone 988-4131, ext. Al9. Newo eOPJ deadline lo 1 p.m. Wel!nuday for Monday publication. Leflore &o the editor deadline 11 5 p.m. Monday for lbe followinr Monday. Harry Halgley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Editor John Alston .................•...•••.....•• , • . • . . • • • . . Manag'ing Editor Prof. Steve Yates ..•••••••.••..•••••.•••••••••• , ••••••••••••.. Adviser I I sunday merly attended Thomas A. EdiHoffman, humanities, composiApplicants must be between Guy REV. ALLAN J. BURRY son Elementary School in Tamtion of music; William C. Hood, 16 and 21 years of age and Interviews Listed The following organizations will hold placement interviews during the month of May. For further information, con Offlce, AD 280 May 16-W . T. Grant Co., trainees; Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, trainees. May 17-Aetna Casualty & Surety Company, various; Retail Credit Co., field Investigators: Phillips Petr oleum Company, sales trainees. May IS-Carnation Company, trainees and salesmen. May 24-IBM Corporation, sales; New England Mutual Life Insurance Co., un derwriters; Florida Power Corportaion, Marlon Laboratories Ind., Burry { Going To Wesleyan Rev. Allan J . Burry, Meth odist minister on campus, is P f • • E leaving for a new assignment ro ICieney xams at Wesleyan University in Mid-Given This Week dletown, Conn. Five physical education proHe was instrumental in the ficiency examinatio n s will be founding of t h e University given Wednesday and Thursday. Chapel Fellowship on the USF Archery, basketball and tenand has been very ac nis proficiency tests will be held tJve in campus life. Rev. Burry in Argros center 233 from 7:30 is a member at large of the ex to 8:30 p.m . Wednesday. ecutive committee of the AssoBowling and golf proficiency ciation of Campus Ministers of exams will be held in Argos the Methodist Church . Center 233 from 7:30 to 8:30 His new position will be the p.m. Thursday. executive director of Inter-Students mus t register in the church Ministry to students as Physical Education office prior well as associate chaplain of the to taking the exams and regis-university. He will also teach tration will close today. one course ih humanities. Students m a y only register Rev. Burry leaves USF June for two proficiency, one to be 1 but will not assume his respon taken each day. sibilities at Wesleyan until Aug. 1 In the interim he and his USF Professor Dies family will spend a five week vacation in Europe. Dr. H. Max Houtchens, 55, He will leave his f a mily in a adjunct professor of Behavioral small town near Luxembourg Science, died May 10 in Sarawhile he attends a meeting of sota of a heart attack. Dr. the World Student Christian Houtchens had been at USF ,Federaijon where he will repre-since 1964. sent North America. pa may be e 1 i g 1 b 1 e for a geology, investigation of the must meet requirements of the scholarship. micavermiculite stability relaCollege Work.,Study Program. The Office . of Financial Aids tlons; Frederick W. Huff, psy-Students would w;:,rk up to 16 has available a small scholarchology, psychotropic agents and hours a week during afternoon ship for the academic year learning; YouFeng Lin, mathe-and evening heavy mail volume 1966-67. Any student who at-matics, topology and topological periods. tended. that school is asked to algebra; Joe R. Linton , zoology, Further go to the financial aids office, enzymatic and hormanal study; plications AD 166, to determine his eligi-Dean F. Martin, chemistry, kinOffice of bility for the scholarship, eteics and mechanisms of re-166. 'The Little Ole Rainmaker' information and ap can be obtained at Financial Aids, AD


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