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News Release (April 6, 1967)


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News Release (April 6, 1967)
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New College News Release, New College News Column, For Use: Thursday, April 6, 1967
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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April 6, 1967


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. / NEW COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C. ARTHUR INFORMATION NXW' COLLEGE NEWS COLUMN FOR USE I THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1967 TRUSTEE SPEAKS BEFORE COLLEGE GROUP Harlow 3. Beneman New Colle e trustee and partner in the nage t consulting fi of Cresap, McCormick nd Paget, is one of the principal speakers at the National Institute of the American College Public Rll tiona Association, which open d in New York yesterday (vednesday). Using the result of more than 400 studies done of college and tmiveraity management by his fim, Beneman' s subject is "Th Man ge nt of the College and University Adv cement Program." STUDENTS WIN CONCERT BAND AWARDS Three New College students recently received scholarships from the Sarasota Concert Band. This was the eighth year that the band ha8 made such awards In hie third year with the band, trombonist Henry Thomas of Columbus, Ga. r ceiYed $75 scholarship. Second-year student and trumpeter Deane Root, of Laxing-ton, Ky. also a two-year band mber, won $75 scholarship. Karen Yryklund, of McLean, Va a third-year student in her first year as a clarinetist with the band, received a $50 scholarship. -more-


NEW COLLEGE NEWS COLUMN Page 2 PRESIDENT TO PILL PUL.PIT New College President John !1 dorf will preach at the Fir t Congre gational Church on Sunday (April 9), a day which has been aationally desig nated as Higher Education Sunday. Students from New College will serve aa ushers. STUDENT WRlTES FROM COLOMBIA Third-year stude t Glenda Ci ino of Atlanta, Ga., is in Bogota, Col ia1 along with mbers of the faculty and several other tudents. She recently wrote to Mra. John Elmendorf, wife of the president of New College, who arranged fro the students to and study in the SoutheAmerican country. Glenda is on her way to wb re she will do special research and work, the reason for her trip. But she had time in Ro ot to visit the University of the Andes and an institute on linguistics. She found her Spanish to be in exc llent order end reported h p:tly that "people see to understand 1 and I asually catch every word even over the phones." In her tours of Rogota before leaving f.or Cali, Glenda reported a conversation with an American Papal Volunteer, Donald Bettez1 who is working with a housing project for lower class Colo*bians. "We are tryinr, to build sp eial kind of culture," she reported Bettez as saying. ephasize work, education, bettering yourelf. Good houses are not enough. People .uat be taught to re spect their homes, to value e unity spirit. They must be given education and cultural background." -more-


NEW COLLEGE NEWS COLIDiN Page 3 Also in Coli bia is Dr. Corinne G. Wilson, librarian and asaiatant professor of classics, third-year student Sarah Dean, of Htna ale, Ill. 1 and first-year students Beatrice Stodolo,of Marquette, Mieh., Joh Shau hneaay,of Westbury, N.Y., and Steve Nohlgrm, of Coral Gable!a1 Fla. Joining the RTOUp in Colombia aoon are William L. Furlong, a tutor in Seience who did hia work at the University of Florida in Latin Aff ira, and Joan Schnabel, a second-year student from St. Lou1 Park, Minn. Visit of the tudent and faculty group are being arranged through ICETEX, the official Colomian handling student 'I'h.e agency sets up an orientation for the student on arrival and secures bou ing for them with Colombian f ailies. * CAMPUS SAILORS WILL COMPETE Three Sunfish cla s ailboats of the New College "fleet" will be entered in the special races to be belrl Saturd y as part of the King Neptune Pageant. William a firgt-year student ro Jacksonville, Fla., winner of the recent Parents D y Rer.atta, vill head the crew that will s 11 the boats. Tbie ia only the second competition New College sailors have entered. -3o-

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