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\ I r NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA SPECIAL TOt THE AMES DAILY TRIBUNE Also to: FREEMAN JOURNAL, Webster City, Iowa FOR 4-fMEDIATE RRI.EASK FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION August 18, 1965 Sarasota, Fla.--Dennis Kezar, New College charter class has recently received notification that he will again be the recipient of the Dallas Dort Scholarship for 1965-66. Ke%ar has successfully completed his first year at Now College, an eleven-month, three-year liberal arts college in Sarasota, Fla. Upon completion of year-end examinations, Kezar will return to his home in Ames for a vacation, three weeks of which he plans to spend on a canoe trip in Minnesota and Manitoba. Kezar bas been active in fields other than academic. As a result of his participation in wrestling in Iowa where he was undefeated in school dual meets for two years, he has created interest#in this sport both on the New College campus and in the local schools. He instructed lQ-14-year-olds it the Sarasota YMCA which resulted in a plan to include wrestling in the offered at the nytt next year. Kezar has not limited his extracurricular activities to wrestling. He is one of three New College male terpsichoreans who have studied at the Ballet Barres which presented a recital for the college faculty before leaving campus for vacation. Dr. Douglas Berggren, professor of Philosophy and counselor to Kezar, a'id1 "Denny has coma a long way thia year in his thinking and self-tapresaion and I feel very much satisfied with his progress. He has been an assiduous reader which, of course, pays high dividends and bas been reflecte in our dismore
.. Dennis Kezar -2Kezar plans to major in the Natural Sciences when he returns to New College late in September and in evaluating his first year in college said, "Probably the most stimulating aspect of this environment was the quality of the faculty and the closecontact with them was extremely valuable. The seminars in the homes of the professors were most enjoyable as well as instructive." Kezar is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Kezar, 827 Hodge St., Ames. I ---.