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News Release (February 23, 1967)


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News Release (February 23, 1967)
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New College News Release, Special to the Herald-Tribune, New College News Column for Thursday, February 23, 1967
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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February 23, 1967


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COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION SPECIAL TO ntE HERALD-TRIBUNEI NEW COLLEGE NEWS COLUMI for Thursday, February 23, 1967 Two members of the New College faculty will be seen on half-hour tele-vision specials this weekend. Dr. Geor e w. Petrie III, Visiting of Mathematics, will appear on Perspective, a program to be seen Sunday morning at 10:30 on WILA-TV, Channel 8. Dr. Petrie, who is on leave from his position as an educational con-sultant with the International Business Machines Corporation, will be interviewed by Dr. Martin Griffin, host on the program. They will discuss the role that busi-ness and industry perform in connection with higher education. Herbert c. Stoddard, well-known Sarasota painter and tutor in art at New College, vill be seen Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock on WTVT Channel 13. Stoddard, who last year took up whittling as an art form, will demonstrate the various techniques of this particular skill and also will show some of the processes for producing plates for a woodcut engraving. Stoddard will be a guest on the College Kaleidoscope proRram whose boat ia Robert Gilbert. * -more-


ltEW COLLEGE NEWS COLUMN Page 2 Guests at the inauguration of New College President John Elmendorf were handed special editions of the student newspaper, The Catalyst, as they left the ceremonies. Enterpiaing soudenta, under the direction of editor Tom Todd, took full responsibility of gathering information and photographs, writing stories; and having printed the four-page edition of the news paper to be given away at the conclusion of the ceremonies. Extra copies of the special inauguration edition, which contains aany of the special greetings and speeches of the inauguration, are available froa the Public RElations Office of the College. fr * Faculty and staff stamina proved a match for youthful student exuber ance recently when the two groupe met in a softball match on the East Campus. The students quickly won a first game by a score of 7-3, but then were outlasted in the second half of the double-header, 4-1. The game, like last year's match between women students and faculty and staff wives, produced little startling in the way of softball, but a lot of unusual plays and an aftermath or sore muscles. Dean Mason Ladd of the Florida State University Law School will be on campus today (Thursday) to talk to students interested in entering law school. Sia students who will graduate this summer have indicated they might want to go to law school. One, John Cranor of Hutchinson, Kansas. has been admitted to the Uni versity of Michigan School of Law. -more-


NEW COLLEGE NEWS COLUMN-Page 3 Also on eampua during the past week bas been L. Maynard Catchings, Aeaoeiate for International Development, Council for Chriatian Social Aetion of the United Church of Christ. Visiting the Admissions Department were Mr. and Mrs. David K. Riakell of Newtown, Pa. Riakell is a representativ of the Presbyterian Ministers' Pund and has a daughter interested in applying for the Class of 1910. James Strobmyer, Director of Guidance at the high chool in Demarest, N.J., also visited the campus. -Jo-

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