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/ SPECIAL TO THE HERALD-TRIBUNE FOR RELEASE a THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1967 DOGS R FOR SCHOLARSHIPS A special atinee Fr1d y t the Sara ot Kennel Club on Old Bradenton Ro d will ftee the reyhounds for the bene it of th N Colle tud nt chol r hip pro ra This y ar' races, I beginning Friday at 2 P rl th third ear h t the tr c through the generosity of owner Jerry Collin ha put on peci 1 matinee shows. Proceeds go to Friend of New Colle e, but thi or anization 1 diately turn them over to the colle e for as istance in the college's scholarship progra Friend's President L. w. Horning said he is hoping for a large crowd at the Friday race program ainc on this benefit day, all of what would normally be track profits go directly to the colleg to help worthy students. DINING SERVICE RETAINED A two paragraph story in the student newspaper, The Catalyst, reports that the college' food aervice caterer, Servomation-Mathias, Inc. will be retained for the 1967-68 academic year. Hidden in the few words ia a ap cial story. more
NEW COLLEG Pa e 2. During uch of the year, the contract food aervic 1 he ded locally by Director 'rho Estep, worked in temporary quarters in College Hall, servin, upwards of 250 people daily fro a family-sized kiteh n. 'o the food <:t:rtreR. ervice is orldng fr the modern fac111t1e of Raadlton hich were d eigned sp cifically to serve 1 rge nu ers. Students, who tr dttio lly re critical of institutional food, were notic bly qui t ft r the chane over. So, when a r or be an th t rvo tion-t-t thiae' contract was up for ren 1 consideration, student po ted p tition for their ret ntion. In a few days, 140 students igned it. Finale to the tory w word from Purcha ing Director u t th t t h d b en every intention of r newin the contract with th for next yc r. ore -
NEW COLLEGE -P ge 3 TELEVISION PERSONALITY Appearing on television station WFLA-TV, Channel 8, Sunday morning at 10a30 a.m. will be N Coll ge Professor of History, Dr George H fay r. Dr. J. Griffin, host of th discu sion show, rspective, will talk with Dr. Hayer about A rican educ tion with pecial reference to today' coller.e student Prof or Mayer is more than a little knowl dr,euble about his subject. He hAll t usht at N w York University, San Francisco College, San Jose College, d at s veral universities in India, but much of his ti has been pent at Purdue Univ rtdty, where he was n ed the "Best Teacher" in 195rJ. A m n of varied talent Dr. y r ha Wl"itten a history of the R public n Party, publish d by the Oxford University Press in 1964 and waR also th voice of the rurdue Univer ty football team, doing broadcast and t st of their g es. STUDENT'S WO K RIDARDBD William D. tt rso fir t y r tud nt o rberton, 4 harpsichord for New Colle e a his indep ndent study ro1ect this past sprin A non-pl y r, though, Bill finally had his ulti nte reward for the work when b he rd it played Sunday during the econd concert of the N Coll ge Su r Mu ic stival. M ry lder ice 1 ed the instr nt a of th F tival Chamb r Orche tr in the peTfor nee of Bach's Suite No. 2 n B finor. Rill ao on h nd the perfo ance. In fact. he and another tudent carried the hand so instr nt to its pl ce on the platform. re -
Nf:l-1 COLL .. CE Page 4 CF.TTT.NC EADY T GO One of the ete e in getting college e niora re dy for gr du tion nd th onth and y r afterward i rep rin th to be alu 1 tud nt who r plannin to r dua .July 22 eting today with Dir ctor o D velop nt R lph Henry. whos office will coordinat u i f air under h d rection of Mra. c. oot. H nry ill xpl in t th stud nts of the r on ib iti s of alumni to th i and di cu th colle 1 outlin the unctions o the o 1 1 ti of publi h n an lumni 30-1 o fie zine.