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J111st Right Fair through Tuesday, V a r i a b I e winds 18 m.p.h. High today and Tuesday 84. Low tonight TilE TAMPA TIMES University Of South Florida Campus Edition SIXTY-NINTH YEAR-No. 66 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 24, 1961 PRICE FIVE CENTS SPEECH AND HEARING Plannec;l Program May Aid Schools By WING PREODOR yes, and predicts that interest The Speech and Hearing Cen-will be even greater when plans ter here at the University of for the program are more South Florida is planning to ini-widely known. tiate a program for training In the discussion stage now students in speech pathology is a program which will include and audiology, says Dr. Harris a few sophomore and freshman L. Pomerantz, director of the courses and enough training in center. the last two years to result in a The area of speech pathology B .A. degree. . covers all the aspects of de-After graduatioq positions are fects of oral communications. available for the speech ther Speech problems treated by the apist in public schools, special clinician or speech pathologist institutions and clinics, hospi range from children who have tals, with the federal govern not learned to produce correctly ment, with state health depart the sounds of speech to adults ments, and private practice. who have had their !;peech im-Offers Help Now paired as the result o a stroke It iS possible in most of the or accident. 70 colleges which already have He Says It's Needed this program to spectalize in Is such a program necessary speech and hearing rehabilitant USF, or will the programs tion while still an undergradu at the other state universities ate, or wait until the graduate be $Ufficient? Prof. Pomerantz lever to begin this specializa says that the program is necestion. Little Man on Campus sary and the Tampa area is an Right now the Speech a n d Ideal place for it. Hearing Center offers correcHe's waiting for this mid-term grade that I just made out There are about 100,000 chi!-tion therapy to students, tac1 t t 'ft dren in . the public schools in ulty and staff at the university. wan you 0 gl wrap it. the Tampa Bay area. ApproxiA screening test is given to all --------------'--------------mately 5 to 10 per cent of the incoming freshmen to discover SUMMER HELP school population in any com-any problems students may not munity can be expected to need be aware they have. Problemsl----------speech and hearing education. with accents of all kinds are J b 0 â€¢ â€¢ This means there are many, given special attention. ' 0 pportu n I tieS many school children who would This summer, in coopetation benefit by any trained person with the Speech and Hearing nel the university can turn out. Association, the center plan!> to Could Be a Major make a film strip and t'lpe to 0 t Q 1â€¢fâ€¢ d Are students interested In the provide facts and figures about pen 0 ua I le program? Pref. Pomerantz says. this field as a cereer. THREE STORIES OF BOOKS Studen.ts Reported Not Using Library Personnel Services will help number of college students for interested and qualified stu-summer work. dents find employment; A plan has been set up where Jack Chambers, director of Peras USF Personnel Services can sonnel Services, the Persend people to the firms fo r sonnel staff ar.e workmg to testing, test them before send the students m every poss1ble ing them, or either give the per way. son a lead on a possible job and Chambers said that they have let the student check on the d .irect contact with all Tampa possibilities. Also, they can be ftrms and are able to arrange tested in Florida and sent to for student interviews with the another state for employment Many students are not yet and in turn give the libnrrian firms. In some cases, this office placement. taking advantage of the new a slip containing the number. can a person a par-Chambers stated "We will library and its facilities even The stacks of general in-hcular ftrm. K . elley. Gtrls Em-and continue to go to every though three of the five stories formation books are located on IS also cosible length to help all qualified have been' in full operation the third floor along with typwith USF Personnel students find jobs. Sometimes since Friday, April 14, accord-ing and conference rooms. Services. . . It is hard to do this but we ing to Miss Ann Weaver, ref-Although the sound proof typofhce students make every possible effort to erence librarian. Miss Weaver ing rooms are available for stu-can acqmre JObs 10 ?ther states help all students." finds that a great majority of dent use, until funds are avail-as well as Flonda. Many Applications can be filed with the students have never been able to purchase typewriters, summer camps, hotels , Miss Joyce Richey or Chambers in a large library and many are students may bring their own. and resorts are employmg a not acquainted with the Dewey The fourth floor will, in the p h } Decimal or 1:-ibrary of Con-future, house the .rest of the Jewish Women Will syc 0 ogy gress Classification Systems. general book collection. At presFirst Floor Reading Room ent it is not being used. A d s h I sh p f A d The first floor of the library The fifth floor has the office War C O ar IpS ro S tten houses a reserve reading room of Evaluation Services and In-[ The Tampa Section, National with closed 1eserve boo!..>. Thi& stitutional Res
2 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, April 24, 1!l6I INTRAMURALS FOUR YEARS OFFERED. The Tampa Times Bowling League Tourney Courts o pening Students Enioy Russian -Classes Univel'sity of South Florida Campus Edition . (Page 1 and Page 2 Staff) Editor ....... : ........................â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢... Jim Dixon Is Slated for Tuesday USF took another big step in the direction toward complete campus facilities with today's Here . at the University ! of the lab period the students Managing Editor . â€¢ â€¢. â€¢ .â€¢ â€¢''' â€¢' â€¢ , â€¢ â€¢ â€¢. â€¢ â€¢ . â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ â€¢ , . Bill Blalock BY GULLETT . The second All-University Sports Editor ....â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢.â€¢â€¢â€¢ 1 â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ , â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ John Gullett Co-Recreational Bowling League F uJt Ad handicap tourney starts rolling . ac Y vtsel' . ......... ...... .... .... George H. Miller tomorrow, April 25, at Florida Other staff members: Wing Preodor, Louise Stewart, Steve Lanes . MaxwelJ, Virginia Montes , Carol Martin, Martha Jean Miss Mercedes Fernandez, Ekker and Betty J. Woodard. league advisor and physical eduAddress all communications ' to Office of Campus Publications, cation instructor, said, "The Room 224, ljniversity Center. Phone WE 8-4131, Ext. 118 . tourney will not interrupt the bowling league, which meets every Tuesday at 4:30 p . m. The monthly handicap tourney actually is just an Sports Column Is Discontinued For 'Reasons' Sports Editor John Gullett announced cancellation today of the weekly column, USF SPORTS, which has appeared regularly in the USF CAM PUS EDITION. The editorial-type sports column was discontinued, he Daily Schedule MONDAY, ,APRIL 24, 1961 .I p . m . â€¢ . : gg m Younr Democrats .. UC 20'J Horse Fanciers Club UC 205 Science Staff Seminar .. S 201 Electronics Glub . S 202 p.m. UC Planatnr Committee UC 167 â€¢. UC 205 â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ uc tot 7:30p.m. U . Women's Bridge UC 188 8 p.m. U. Women's Bridge .. UC 168 TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1961 ' 10 a.m. US Hosp. Committee .. UC 201 Business Leaders .... UC 202 Baptist Students ..... UC 203 For. Lanr. Club .... UC 204 Methodist Students ... UC 2().'j Enrlish Faculty .. .' .. UC 215 tion to the regular league." On the iast Tuesday ol' each month 30 powlers compete for top individual honors in the JIIen ' s and women's divisions. Trophies are awarded to the winner of each division. Each of these winners will compete in a championship tourney dur ing May. This will be the second in a three-part series to be held this semester. The first of these was held Tuesday, April 11. .Lavin and Ledford al opening of th'e six new South Florida there is a sublisten to a tape and repeat Teniflex' green composition ject area which many students exactly what they hear, paying nis courts for faculty, staff, and consider and un-special attention to the pronun-t dent Use important. Th1s IS the area of d N t h s u . foreign languages. If this is the ciation of the wor s. o muc The courts â€¢. ndrth .of way you feel, this story is writ-time is spent studying the liter the P. E. bmldmg, were bmlt ten for you, for it may awaken ature, customs , and history of at a cost of Three in you a need for more comRussia since this will be covered courts are bemg constructed m prehensive study of foreign more thoroughly in the second the area. languages. It is written espe-and third years. Dr. G1l Hertz, announcecially about the Russian classes, An interesting fact connected ment of the openmg, gave a few but it may very well concern with the classes is that it has a of court etiquette .. "Wearany of the other four moarties. "The column was originally Intended to be analytical in nature, but it has been re stricted in recent issues to geaeral news and feature in formation." Gun Club . .. ........ UC 216 Int. Sterr. Com. . .... UC e26 St. Art. Council .... Ad 1052 5 p.m. Cleo . . . ..â€¢.. UC South Cal 6 :15 p.m. UC Rec. Committee UC 168 7:15 p.m. Dental Society .. UC 103-tOt 7 p.m. Anthropolon TV .. UC Lounre 7:30p.m. Fides .............. UC 226 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1961 In the April 11 tourney, stu dents Larry Lavin and Laura Ledford won the men and wom en'b individual trophies. Lavin 's 648 for a three-game series was tops in the men's division, while Miss Ledford totaled up 540. . re uhrne e ore_ll ba.m.l d t might ask? It consists of learn-feel that It wt!l b_e an asset to T e courts WI e c ose o . them later on m life the Campus public during class writ_\ and This is a few of. the comhou.rs , which include : 9 a.m. bu.ssianl , Wid sptehcla ekmp lastS ments by Russian students on daily, 11 a.m. Monday and emg P ace on e spo en an-this subject Wednesday 12 noon daily and guage . There are four hours of M rt' F. t 'd t f ' ' 1 " k t 1 b d a m ava a, prest en o 1 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. c ass per w.,e ' w_o. a s the Foreign Language Club and Players are asked to restrict and two class penods. Durmg 1 . "I think 't' . . a angua.ge maJor-1 s playmg time to 2 sets or. a good course. Russian is a little Softball League Standings AU-Stars . . . . . . 3-0 Arete .......... 1 Faculty ........ 2 Revolter . ...... 1 Enota . .. .. . .. . 2-1 Epelta ......... 0-3 Tuesday, April 25 (4:15 p.m.) I Enotas vs. Faculty Arete vs. Revolters AU-Stars-Epelta e 1725 N. DALE MABRY Ne)(t to Wards e HILLSBORO & 15th e FLA. & WATERS . 2 p .m. Stereo Listening Hour UC 157 Enotas ............. : .. UC 201 Fllles ................. UC 213 Epelta ............... UC 215 1 .. :::::::ggt: 4 p.m. Student Chess ......... UC 167 THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1961 11 a.m. UC Funel. Com. . ... UC 179 Debate Club ......... UC 200 UC Danee Com. . .... UC 201 Epetta .. . . . . ....... UC 216 Group n ............. s111 12:30 p.m. Human Behavior ... UC 103 12 p.m. Deans Meeting ....... UC 167 4 p.m. Student Chess ........ UC 167 6 :30p.m. Methodist Dinner .. UC lOS 7:30p.m. Newman Club ..... UC 202 7:30p.m. Glamoureuses ...... UC 226 FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1961 4 p.m. Jam Seaslori .......... UC BR Projectionists ....... . Ad 2073 e BARTOW e EAGLE LAKE Summerline on atHwy.#17 Hwy. #17 e PALMETT0-7th at 6th Ave, Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities MON.-TUES.-WED. beef LIVER 29c Lb. The league is looking for-new members, and interested parties wishing to enter on an individ ual or team basis may contact Miss Fernandez. Both winners will compete in the May tourney to determine the over-all winners of the league . Faculty Has 2-1 Record The Faculty, fighting desper ately to keep pace with the league-leading All Stars, scored 14 runs in the first two innings of the April 18 game with Epelta, then added nine more for a 23-13 Intramural Softball League win. The victory gave the Faculty, second in league competition, a 2 1 record. William Garrett, English pro fessor, led the plate attack, pounding out a triple, double, and two singles for the after noon. Kahn Hurls Again Dr. Sy Kann, professor of English, went the distance for the Faculty, chalking up his second victory in as many games this season. John Mac kenzie, English instructor, con tributed to the cause with a double and two singles for the afternoon. The loss left Epelta with an 0-3 season record. ' The All-Stars protected their lead and perfect record by ctowning Arete, 14-10, behind the pitching of Charlie Yawn . Yawn held Arete hitters to three hits, while his teammates were taking advantage of eight walks to enter the scoring column. Meisen Belts Homer Big Dan Meisen belted a home run in the second inning, his first of the season. The Aretes suffered their s e c o . n d loss against one win. The Enotas squeezed out a 3-2 win over the Revolters, in the only real pitching duel of the day. . Archery Practice SMOKED SLICED BACON Archery practice is s c h e d uled today, April 24, for con testants in a tourney to be held Thursday, April 27, at 4:15p.m., '' on the archery range west of the " Morrel Palaee Budget Lbs. 100 glass gall.ons BLEACH TEXIZE 29c red ripe fresh slicing TOMATOES c lb. new tennis courts. Late entries may still sign up in the P. E . office, or Ad 1073. Student golf privileges at Temple Terrace Golf and try Club h ave been revoked, Dr. Gilman Hertz, director of sical education at USF, an nounced recently. The revoca tion will affect the students taking golf as a P . E. course, as well as the intramural golf club. Hertz said he was told "they do not have the facilities, they feel, to handle the increasing number of players using the course." Students were formerly allowed to use the course upon payment of 75 cents. The regular cost per round New Members Being Sought In Horse Club.,. One Camp us organization cur rently engaged in an all-out re cruiting campaign is the Horse Fanciers Club. Dr. Gilman Hertz, director of physical edu cation, is advisor to the group, presently composed of about 10 members. No action has been taken yet, as they are still in the begin ning stages, but they have big plans. Although not even on the drawing board, hopes are hig h for riding stables on Campus next fall. These would house horses belonging to mem.m: hers of the club, as well as rented or ani mals. One of the unofficia l officers of the club, Sandra Childers, mentioned the 'p ossibility of a very strong organization, "with members traveling all over the country to compete in rodeos and shows with other univ ersi ties. But of course the first step is to build up the club here on Campus." The organization is lookin g for a sharp increase in its mem bership, and will welcome inter ested parties at their weekly meetings, Monday, at 1 p.m., in Rm. 205 of the University Cen i ter. All that is required to join the club i s a genuin e interest in horses, for riding or show. Be ginners will be given instruc tion on handling procedures. Student organizers, beside Miss Childers, include : Ray Na ger, Judy Shelton, Ellen West, Sallie Fletcher and Jack Boyd . CAMPUS NOTICE ROOM FOR RENT . Private room with private bath and en trance .for male student. New hom e, 11811 51st Str eet. Phone '-"'â€¢â€¢," ""-''"""''' Mrs. Mendoza, WE 8 2893. ' hour, when others are wathng. Campus Interviews mQre difficult than most Ian-. 1 guages, but it is a good course." Bowling Campus Interv1ews , a week Y Karen Anderson _ "I don't program on WALT at 10 a.m. think Russian is too hard. It is each Sunday, was moderated a good course , and will be better Dr. Anthony W . next year. We have a marvelous CoRecre,.tlonal Bowllnr League PerAver-Headplnners .... Lgst Crockagators .... 15 9 .624 513 Za1tz, assoc1ate professor of teacher." speech. Guests were Dr. Wayne----===,.,-...,.,.=---Four Pins ........ 15 9 .624 454 Misfits . .. . . . . .. 9 7 .562 458 INDIVIDUAL HANDICAP CHAMPS REJOIC'E! Minnick, head of the speech de-____ A_n_v_E_R_TI_s_E_ME_N_T_--'--partment at FSU and Dr. Ber narr Cooper, associate professor of radio-TV , FSU. USF Students Larry Lavin and Laura . Ledford are all smiles as they hold the trophysignifying their victories in the recent Co-Recreational Handicap . Tour ney held at Florida Lanes. Miss Ledford and Lavin rolled three-game . series scores of 540 and 548, respec tively. . ' -USF Photo of golf at Temple Terrace is been set for Monday , May 15, at from $3.50 to $5. The 75 cents Chamberla in track. This one greens fee is still in effect at )Vill be a duel meet between Forest Hills Golf Course, and USF and the University of Tam Hertz urged the students to "papa ... . The new tennis courts tronize their establishment, and 1 are finally open for general use. show appreciation for the speAll facilities and equip!Dent are cial prices." now available to students, faculFollowing clos e ly on the heels ty, and staff. New courts, three of the revocation was the an-in number, are 'now being nouncement of a semester rate started. Completion time is of $37.50 at Temple Terrace. from six to eight weeks ..... This would include all priviNow female umpires have in lege s . vaded the softball scene. FemiSPORTS SHORTS: The sec-nine scorers took over the in ond All Campus Relays has tramural games las t week. Touchables ...... 11 9 .550 466 Unpredictables . :13 11 .541 527 bles .. 3 13 .187 355 Sheila Plus Three 3 21 1124 281 Individual High Top Five Men Three Games Average Score Allen . 173 Allen Neilson .. 573 Ronnie Veller .. 169 Ronnie Veller .. 565 Wyvon Hudson 152 Wyvon 'Hudson 442 Top Five Women Indvldual High Tish Gable .. 121 Game Laura Lerford 163 Wyvon Hudson 243 Carol Carpenter 99 Ronni e Veller . 235 Becky Thomas. 99 Larry Lavin .... 215 Janie Ertzâ€¢ berger ........ 93 "The Great Debates" was the topic under discussion at this time. Some of the questions : Are these great debates and if so, how can they be classif ied as great debates? What rhetori cal devices were used by Mr. Nixon and Mr. Kennedy? ADVERTISEMENT For -Sale Trailer Park .In Cfearwater, on South Fort Harrison Avenue. trailer park, 40 trailers occupied now, eom plete sewer disposal plant, 62 spaces available now, lieense . for 125 spaees. . Call: MARINE. BANK & TRUST COMPANY STATEMENT OF CONDITION (CONDENSED) As of April 12. 1961 COMPTROLLERS CALL FOU.NDKansas City, Mo., Dec. 15, 1960. "Writing to let you know how wonderful your GHP Tablets and Ointment are. Had psoriasis over 40 years. Tried numerous oint ments and remedies but not one did what' your products have done. I am completely rid of my psoria sis." This is part of a report tell ing of a user's success with a dual treatment for psoriasis, now made available to all sufferers. Full in formation and details of a U day trial plan from Canam Co .â€¢ Dept. 229R Rockport, Mass. OFFICERS RESOURCES Cash on Hand and Due From Battks â€¢â€¢â€¢ $18,783,283.81 U. S. Government Obligations Obligations of Other Federal Agencies State, County, and Municipal Obligations Federal Reserve Bank Stock .â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ , â€¢ Loans and Discounts â€¢â€¢.. $20,060,885.25 8,177,032.71 699,750.00 3,750,225.14 90,000.00 Less: Reserve for Loans 586,452.96 19,474,432.29 Furniture and Equipment Other Assets â€¢.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ , , â€¢ , â€¢ , â€¢â€¢â€¢ , â€¢â€¢ , â€¢ 198,315.12 781 ,402.60 Customers' Liability for Letters of Credit 25,254.74 -----'---TOTAL RESOURCES â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ $51,979,696.41 LIABILITIES Capital Stock I I I I I I II II I I I I II I I I I.$ 1,500,000.00 1,500 , 000.00 129, II 0.59 Surplus â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ , â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ Undivided Profits â€¢â€¢ , , â€¢ , : â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ , â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ , â€¢ Reserve for Taxes, Interest, and / Depreciation â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ Deposits â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ 118 , 932.18 48,706 , 398.90 Liability for Customers' Letters of Credit 25,254.74 TOTAL LIABILITIES .............. $51 ,979,696.41 GEORGE B . 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