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News Release (January 11, 1968)

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Title:
News Release (January 11, 1968)
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News Release New College, Special to the Herald Tribune, For Use: Thursday, January 11, 1968; 1 - 86 - 1/9/1968
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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:
January 11, 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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----NEWS RELEASE NEw CoLLEGE SARASOTA, FLORIDA 33578 1 -86 -1/9/68 813 / 355-7131 Ref. : Furman C. Arthur SPECIAL TO THE HER4LD TRIBUNE FOR USEs THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1968 BUSY WEEK AREAD ON CAMPUS January traditionally be ins the busy season for the Sarasota area and since the seco d academic term of New College also be ina with the new year, it also is a time for any activities. Some of these are of interest to residents and visitors to the area. During the followin seven days, here are some of the activities open to the public. MARINE BIOLOGY LECTURE In the second of the aeries of lectures planned in cooperation with Dr. John Morrill's class in marine biology, Dr. William N Tavolga of the American useuro of atural History and the City College of New York, will present a talk on among m rine life at 4 p.m. tomorrow (Friday, January 12) in the teaching aud1toriu of Hamilton Center. The talk, which will be illustrated with slides and tapes, ia open to the public. Dr. Tavolga, wbo is on year's leave of absence from his pasta at the museum and the college, is currently working at the more

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HEW COLLEGE Page 2 Mote Marine Laboratory on Siesta Key, studying sound production in the aea catfish. With his associate_ Dr. David w. Jacoba, Dr. Tavolga also is conducting experiments to test the'vtsion of fish It PHILOSOPHER TO TALK Dr. Paul G. Kuntz, father of first year New College student Susan Kuntz, and also chairman of the philosophy department at Emory University, is visiting the campus this week and will present a apecial lecture at 10 a.m. tomorrow (Friday) in the teaching auditorium of Haailton Center His talk, "Escaping the Labyrinth" will be. open to the public. * NEWEST IN POWER SOURCES Fl:iday n1aht at 7s1S p.m. 1n the private diniDg roo of Baailton a talk will be given about one of the aost promising developments in the power supply field. Mark Burlingame, retired senior vice president of the Natural Gas Pipeline Company of Ameriea, but active as president of the Team. to Advance Research for Gas Energy Transformation ('l'ARG!'l'), will give a talk about the development of the fuel cell. has $20,000,000 to support research in the development of ways to tranaform natural gas energy into electrical power, especially within a heme unit. Burliagame will discuss some of the fascinating possibilitas when each home, from. a small wi:ndow type unit, uy develop it own electriail needs. The talk 1 ope.n to the public. -more-

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COLLEGE Page 3 LEGISLATORS INVITED TO CAMPUS Not open to the public, but to their repre&entatives, will be an informal coffee hour Saturday -.orning. In cooperation with the Sarasota County Chn.mber Cot>111lerce, which is sponsoring t"e Legislative Weekend, the college has invited all le islators to visit the campus and to see their state's newest private college. * LECTURE AND CONCERT Next Tuesday at 4 p.m. in the Hutic Room of College Hall will be held the first in the series of lectures by Dr. N. Bryllion Fagin in "Classic and dern Patterns in Drama" exclusively for the public. There are 10 lectures in the aeries and those interested may re ister by calling the Hurtanities Division at 355-7131. On the following pianist Leonid Hambro l.Jill apvear with the New College String Quartet in a concert at 8sl5 in Hamilton Center. Hambro, who i the pianist for the New York Philharmonic, is more well known to television viewers for his appearances with Vietor Borge Tiekela for the performance are on sale at the Allied Arts Council office in the Civic Center and also at the Sports Shop in downtown Sarasota, as. well as at the college. 30-


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