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News Release (February 2, 1967)

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Title:
News Release (February 2, 1967)
Alternate Title:
New College News Release, New College News - Feb. 2, 1967
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Book
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New College of Florida
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New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
February 2, 1967

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History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Planning -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Records and correspondence -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
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government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
News release
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United States -- Florida -- Sarasota

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Four page news release.
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NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION NEW COLLEGE NEWS -Feb. 2, 1967 One of the most unusual talks to be off red on the New Coll ge campus will be given tonight when Syd Solomon, professor of art and of the Fine Art. Inatitut will go back over o thirty years of his ork, illustrating his rowth to great stature in the contemporary paintin field. with some 100 slides of his work. While there h ve been sevet:al local retrospective sho s by Solomon, nona baa ever co ered th scope which he will present toni ht in the Music Ito of College Ball beginning at 8 p m He prepared and gave this s presentation before a capacity audience at the Univer ity of Mieai in January. Those who have een the slides hav marveled at the reproductions, a comprehensive se1ection, and a view of an artist's develop t, rarely seen. The showing is open to the public although a small charge will ba made. :lr HUSBANDS AND WIVES MARCH At the February 22 inauguration of Dr. John Elmendorf as president of New College, sev ral husbands and wives will arch to ether in the cademic proce aion. Adolph A. B rle Jr., will be representing Columbia University while Dr. Beatrice Bishop Berle will be present as a trustee of New College. Dr Nell Eurich, aleo will be pres t u a trustee, and in her new position as dean-elect of th faculty of V aaar College, will represent that institution. Her husband, Dr. Alvin c. Eurich, r pruenta the Aspen lnatitut for H istic Studi which he hew. Dr. John w.

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NEW COLLEGE NEWS Page 2 P'rene.h, College BlUPilinar, vill be in the proeaaaiou u a ar of the fa lty d h also wiU represent the Educational Testing Service of Princeton, .J., tbe orsaniz tion with w ich h was aa ociated for a number of y ar before coa1D1 to ev College. *. *. WORLD PROBLEMS DISCUSSIONS ext MOnday be ina th fir t of the i ht-wee sea 1ona of th Great Deciaion series of diaeus ions being offer t l Colleg und r the c airman ahip of Dr. Rollin B. Poe y, c irman of tb Division of Social Sciences d Pro feasor of Political Science Gr a Deci ions is nationwid pro raa oponsor d by the For ign Policy A&aociatio to at late di euaaiou and to promote familiarity vit some of tod y's great internatianal probl Dr. Posey str a a that th aeri 1 to ti te discuaaion nd that ther re no lectur H will aer.e a chairman or moderator of t group, icb will ut t in Colleg U 11 e ch Kon y at 7:30 P for t eight a ssions beginning February 6th. VETERAN SAILOR OFF AGAIN Charlea Rarra, controller for ew College, will b in Friday's St. eteraburgVau1ce yacht race, as one of the crew board th 73-foot ye:wl, B1a Toy. Later h also will join th Big Toy in the 3 1/2-day St. Peterebur Ft. Lauderdale jaunt and in March for the Mta.i-Jauic:a rae Barra, who h .. been aa.:l.ling ainee his high school ...,r ...

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NEW COLLEGE NmlS Page 4 ny of these hne viaited the New talk d to era of th admiaaiona fro public: i&h acboola &;l;;i....,.INI!bli.Dao .... College campus, p raonally in pect d the e ataff and interviewed faculty d atudents. AaonR thoee here thia v ek heve b en Ro rt P. Balburd of Philips Acade y, dov r, ; Al xander la h, Lo School, Windsor, Conn.; and Charles Ri T 1 Groton School, lass. -30..


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