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News Release (June 1, 1967)


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News Release (June 1, 1967)
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Special to the Herald Tribune, For Use: Thursday, June 1, 1967
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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SPECIAL TO THE HERALD TRIBUNE FOR USEz THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1967 STUDENT WINS LIBRARY PRIZE James Fr1aeb of Batavia, Ill., has bean named the first winner of the Senior Library Prize, a $100 award given to the graduating New Colleg student with the beat personal library. The Senior Library Prize vae aet up three years ago by an anonymous donor. Thia la the firat award of the priae since it is specified that graduating students are the only ones eligible. Eight atudenta entered their libraries in the coapetition, which was judged by the Library Advisory Comadttee eolllpoaed of faculty members Dr. Job Culbertson, chairman; Keith Armes, William Furlong and Librarian Dr. Corinne G. Wilson. Judging of the libraries vas on the basis of collections which oat reflected a love of books and which also would be permanently usable to the student. ore


NEW COLLEC! Page 2. While quantity did not enter into the results, the numbers of books collected by some of the winners i impreaaive. Winner Frisch had collected aom 995 hard cover books during his three yeara at New College, mostly in the field of anthropology. In addition, he bad what one of the judRea termed "a superb paperback collection." Deunia Kezar, from Lawrenceville, Ind., a philosophy stud nt who goes on to New College at Oxford University in the fall, had so 775 books in his collection, many in the area of philosophy. Other students who entered their libraries were: TKomaa Todd, Murfr eaboro, Tenn., literature; Charles Hamilton, Glen Ellyn, Ill., history; Carol Braginsky, Dayton, Ohio, Russian; Pat Sie1id.nski, En lewood, N. J., art; Neil Olsen, Cocoa, Florida, David Hartley, Wheatland, Wyo., dicine. theaatica; The Senior Library Priae has b en set up on a continuing basis and is th first undergraduat prize to be given at N College. The donor has indicated an int ntion to endow the prize. FACULTY PRINTS ON EXHIBITIO German Tutor Michael von Guttenberg, an amateur still and .avte photographer, will have a one-man show ot some of his work a a the Sea Stable on Longboat Key, beginning June 1 for two weeks. Tutor von Guttenberg, who receatly wrote and directed his own ovie film made on one of th local beaches, will exhibit photographic prints de with 16 and 35 millimeter cameras. Von Guttenberg recently had four of his prints accepted in the All Florida Photographic Exhibition, sponsored by the Sarasota Camera Cltb and the Sarasota Art Aaaociation. -


NEW COLLEGE Page 3. ARTS AT CENTER Center, dedicated last month on the New Colle e campus and now a hub of activity for the college, is becoming a center for the fine arts, too. I diately after 1 9 d dicat1on1 colorful paintings from the college's permanent collection were hun on t walls of the center. There are nov plans under consideration for holding a ummer exhibition of works of some of the faculty and students of the Fine Arts Institute. neginning June 11, the center will become usic s students and faculty of the Summer Festival will beein classes. Five of the seven faculty Festival concerts th year will be held in It ilton Center. The center can seat up to 500 for such an occasion and is coroplet ly ir conditioned. 30-

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