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News Release (June 29, 1967)

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Title:
News Release (June 29, 1967)
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Special to the Herald-Tribune, For Use: Thursday, June 29, 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:
June 29, 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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PEClAL TO THE HE LD-TRIBUl F. POR USE: THURSDAY, JUNE 291 1967 ELMtNDORFS ATTEND INSTITUTE v Colleg President and Mrs. John lmendorf have return d from a week-long Presidents Institute held June 18 to 24 at the Univ rs1ty of Wi consin. Spon ored by the A rican Council on Education, the institut used the ease study method to deal vith compl x coll e pr ident prohl me. Seminar and guest speakers dealt with subjects lik 11Th Physical F.nvironm nt of Learning," "Power, Presidents, and P.rofesaor ," ond 11Bud eting and Long Rapge Planning." Separat session for wiv s of presidents also probed institutional problems. Faculty and speak r at the institute were drawn from the top levels of uch pl ces as the Harvard Business School and Dartmouth' Amos Tuck School of Business Adminstration, and included three college and university presidents and three university chancellors. Some of the 42 pre id nta attendin. represented institutions like Ripon Collega, Univer8ity of Missouri, Georgetown University, Mississippi State Oniv.rsity, University of Pittsburgh, Bates Colle e, Eisenhower Colle e,' and the University of aeonchusetts. more

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NEW COLLF.GF. Page 2 CAREFUL WITH THE MUSICIANS For the second year in row, the New College Summer Music Festival h s been thrown into a small uproar over the he lth of a mu8ici n. year, flutist Julius Baker, who usually arrives early for the Vestival and has a few days in the sunshine, stayed too long in the un and ended in the hospital with a severe case of sunburn. He emerc d in for the F stiv 1 though1 and all went well. ThiB year cellist Bernard Greenhou8e, an sailor, hurt h:ls hand while out on the water last week. Due to play in the Friday niy.ht concert, Greenhou e felt that his hand would need several. more days to be at be t. F atival usical dir ctor Paul Wolte quickly de orne s itch s betw a Friday's and Sunday's concerts and the probl was resolved, b t only fter ome anxious moments. Le ding double usicsl liv s thee days, while the temperatures are hovering near the 90 ark a n ber of musicians led hy Director Wolfe. In addition to his duties of planning and coordinating the musical activit! s of the ew College Summer Music Festival, he leo is project director for the Experin ntal Instru ental Performance Clinic, the a1x-week course being given locally for students under a speci3l grant. Other musicianR taking part in both.clinic and festival are double bassist Ga8ton Dufresne, oboist Robert Bloom, cellist Gabor Rejto, French horn player John Barrows, cellist Magers, and French horn player Michael Coyle. wnore -

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NEW COLLEGE Page 3. DR. FRENCH I.F.TUltN EXPECT!D Dr. John w. French, College Examiner aud professor of psychology, critically injured when hia light plane crashed in Chapel Mill, N.C. last month during take-off, vas expected to return to hia home on Eastchester Drive this week to continue his recuperation. His assistant, Miss aney Ferraro, aaid that he had written last week including "a long list of office instructions" and that he lelt that he "would begin to totter into the office in July. Miss Ferraro said that Dr. French been permitted to leave the Chapel. Rill hospital and that his return to Sarasota would depend on his ability to ake the return air trip. 110r8

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N!W. COLLIG'! Pa1e 4 ENDS JOB WILL DON! Whee Palaer Bevis and hia wife leave on a cruise to South later this he will be cloaina his desk at New College for good. For Palaer, this closing up of deaka after a job well done has become a tradition. He waa executive secretary and treasurer of Yale-in-china for .any years. Later, he was in public relations in New York City with such clients aa the Boys' Clubs of America, the Navy League, and other institutional and industrial accounts. Re vas a Field Artillery officer in World War I and, aa executive director of the Aaerican Korean louadation, helped to raise $20,000,000 for Xorean refugees efter the For the past several years, he has been associated with the Developaent Office at Nev College with special responsibility for foundations, corporations and deferred giving. He has resigned effective July 31, accordiDI to Director of Developaent Ralph Uenry. 30 -


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