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News Release (February 8, 1968)

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Title:
News Release (February 8, 1968)
Alternate Title:
News Release New College, Special to the Herald Tribune, For Use: Thursday, Feb. 8, 1968; 1 - 106 - 2/6/68
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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 8, 1968

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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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Three page news release.
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....4 NEWS RELEASE N E w CoLLEGE SARAS OTA, FLORIDA 33578 1 106 -2/6/68 813 / 355-7131 Ref t Furman c. Arthur SPECIAL TO THE HERALD TRIBUNE FOR USEs THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1968 FEBRUARY BUSY LECTURE MONTH Three major lectures will be offered at the college during February, the first one tomorrow night. (Friday, Feb. 9) Dr. Richard L. Rubenstein, who holds a chair in the humanities at the University of Pittsburgh, is chaplain to three universities and one college in that Pennsylvania city, director of the B'nai B1rith Hillel Foundation, and a writer and lecturer, will give a talk to the New College community and to the public at 8 p.m. in Hamilton Center. On February 21 Robert Eunson, the assistant general manager of the Associated Pressi and a person with first-hand familiarity with the Far Eastern situation, will give a public address. Time and topic will be announced later. On the last day of the month, Dr. Norman o Brown, professor of classics and comparative literature at the University of Rochester, will speak on "Daphne, or Hetamorpbosis * w.ore

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NEW COLLEGE Page 2 TWO DO TV SHOW ON NEEDS A New College special counselor and a student will do a television program Sunday morning at 7:30 a m on their work with ome of the people in the community tfho have great economic and educational needs. Rev. Horace N. Cooper. special counselor at New College and a retired Air Force Chaplain, wila. 'join Don Aronoff, a second year tudent, on Dr. 11artin Griffin's program, Perspective, seen on Rev. Cocper'has organiZPA assistance for migrant workers particularly in the Fruitville area and Aronoff leads a sizeable group of New Colle e student in a tatoring progra in the area. Aronoff was recently elected to the Board of Directors of Sarasota United Need (SUN). * COLLEGE SAILORS PLACE Two New College under,raduates took their Sunfish class sailboats Sunday to the Gasparilla Day Regatta on Old Ta a Bay and returned with second and third places in competition with sailors from all parts of FloridaJ First year student Dorothy obb from Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. was second in the Sunfish class, posting a first, second and fourth in three heats. Right behind her in third place was Sven Donaldson of lVilmington, Del., also a first year tudent, who pl ced second, third and fourth in three heats. This wa the second competition for the small sailing group which is being encouraged by aecond year student Bill Nunez of Jacksonville, whose campus duties include those of dockmaster of the small campus sailing fleet. The regatta was sponsored by the Tampa Sailing quadron and included 20 classes of sailing craft. ore

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NEW COLLEGE Pag 3 New Coll ge's eager soccer team, who were bold enough to challenge the prof ssional Chicago r turned to ore equal competition Sunday but lost close match to a group of migrant workers, 2-1. They will have a rematch next Sunday afternoon on the college field. The collegians are sporting new soccer uniforms which player-coach Miguel Tapia brought back from Mexico when he returned fro Christ s vacation. They also are all shod in soccer abo s, purchAsed through t e generosity of an interested friend from the local community. * STUD n'S SPEAK AT CHURCH Four New College tudeuts were invited to speak before the Wo en's Fellowship of the Thomas A. Edison Congregational Church iu Fort Myers Tuesday on "What's Wrong With the Church." Heading the group is Kit Arbuckle of Chattanooga. Tenn who hopes to ent r the ministry; Ann Rogers, Naples; Dave Jacobson, Pensacola; and Patricia Sanderson, Ft. Lauderdale. This is one of number of panel students have formed to discuss or debate topics before special groapB or clubs. 30-


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