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SPECIAL T THE Jfu ALD lliUNE Eight young men became the vanguard of the move of the College student body to its new home on the East Campus Thursday They inspec d their new rooms, after drauing la.ts to see which would get first choice, signed fpr their keys ald took possession. As they moved their belongings fror.1 interim housing on the fest Campus, workmen were rushing to completions accomodationa for the remaining 88 the Charter Class. All eight Moved into rooms in the first of three courts which are being constructed as the first phase of a complex which will include the residences, dining and clas ro facilitie and a teaching auditorium and theu.tl!r en completed the three court will house 272 students plus apartments for fac lty and tutors. But today was the students'day and they loved ev ry mLnute of it a other envious students watched them move. Each room in the I M ei designed court houses two students. 1ach rms a private bath, is air conditioned, and has furniture wt.d.ch 1as either specially designed for the rooms or for coll
Page 2 New GolleP-e residences The eight who moved in today were Paul Ukleja, Elk Grove Village, Illinois; Frederick VonBehren, baltimore, Md. ; James Bloomington Illinois; David Jacksonville, Fla. J Henry Thorn s, Columbus, 08 J Craig Bowman, Remington Ind. J John Cranor, Hutchinson, Kans J Ric Kain 1 ind rm re, Capt. Ralph Styles, planning coordinator for the college, said thct additional rooms are expected t.o be made available almost daily until at least 24 of the students are moved in and then as rapidly thereafter as the contractor can freo the \hen the st dent body arrived in September, they were housed in the Landmark a resort on Lido Key. Completion of the residences been forecast for January, when the students returned frarn tf.eir winter vacation. 'hen weat cr daxx and other delays held up completion, most of tl e students were housed in bui dings on campus, hile some of the Men s tudents w nt to live in private homes Contractor for the project is James A Knowles Inc. of t. Pet rsburg. Each of the three courts is constructed alike. Pei plaru1ed each to be what he termed is a community of learning. Entrances to the student rooms face on a ser es of small, landscap:ted courts, w11ich then open into a main pla Trees are alr ady planted in parts of the first court to be readied and other shrubbery also is in place. Each room contains two single beds, combination study desk and dressers, book cases, an Basy chair and lamp Students are expected to d:> their own hous k epi g but Capt Styles said that the entire structure of each court was d signed to be as maintenance free as possible.