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News Release (March 9, 1967)


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News Release (March 9, 1967)
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New College News Release, New College News Column, For Thursday, March 9, 1967, Sarasota Herald-Tribune
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New College of Florida
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March 9, 1967


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. COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C. ARTHUR INFORMATION NW COLLEGE NEWS COLUMN For Thursday, 91 1967 Saraaota Herald-Tribune McLUBAN IS HOTTEST AUTHOR ON STUDENT BOOK LISTS Karahall Md.uhan1 the Canaclian vho baa made the world C0111J1\11111eations-ldndad through hie boob, turu up aa the tn author on the ew College caapu1 according to Mlaa Paula Paater, aer of th Boakshop. (CQ) Ria "Madi ia th Maaaage," aolcl out in two cl&ya according to M1 Puter aDd sale of bia "Underatanding Media" haYe be good. Contemporary poetry which had been the bis aeller for atudenta, baa auf fared tmder the HcLuban popularity, but atill reu.ins atroug, abe aaid. Other big aell ra ar booka on esiateatialtea, thoae on South America (for student who are planning to do their independent atudy project for the Peace Corpa in Coloabia baatnning late thia nth) 1 aome of the of llerun a ..... a "alwaya is big." Miaa Paster c .an at.oat find out what ia going on at auy IIOilent on ca111pua by th boob being sold. She report a heavy buaillua to of the 1UD'1 adulta attending the current aeriu of lecture on aoclem drama. Hard eat to fiaure though, ta the brt.k buaineaa clone 1n fine arta books. Th .. e booka1bandaoae but raaaouably pl'ieed editiona of the works of


NEW COLLEGE NEWS COLUMN for March 9 1967 Page 2 faaoua artiata or of aurv.,.a of period paintings, are be1n napped up not only by atu4enta froa the fine arts program of the hUII&Ditiea butbby the natural aciencea atudenta who are working with chemistry, physics, biology, and math-tic ..... DRAMA SERIES INTEREST HOLDS CAPACITY CROWDS In addition to startling atatiatica 1D books, the attendance and in ter .. t in the to-lecture aeries :1n modern drau baing giv for area ruidenta by Dr. Bryllton Fagin ia proving aatoundtng. Only briafiy publicized, the uri which was offered free to thoae intereatad, drew a capacity ragiatratiou after the initial announcement. Hardly one of the adult atuclenta aiaa .. e Tuesday lecture, aince the auditorium ia ja to capacity for each aeaaien. Sp cial tribute to the aeries 1a the pr .. ence at the leeturea of aellbera of the faculty and atafft who give up other duties to c011e to liaten. Seva lecturu have been iven to date. * STUD!lft'S V!N'l'DR.! OUT TO TRY THBSPIAN SKILLS Other tbtnga dramatic are in the neva tbia week with tvo undergradu-atea carrying on a tradition be wben charter faculty meaber Dr. George Curry ....,re-


I NEW COLLEGE NEWS COLUMN for March 9, 1967 Page 3 took the art of Profeaaor Henry His gina tn The Player' production of "My Fair Lady," a tradition carried on by faculty wife Dorothy Odell in "ShowboatJ" ow second..,.ear atudent George llarso ia currently appearing in 'l'he Players' musical, "Camal.ot," aud another second-year student hae b u helping the Turnau Opua Company a auper:nuaerary in their "Barber of Sevillfl." Warao aleo is bringing together a group of fell.ov students to produce ao.e akita Which will be presented before a special audience at banquet during the colle e's firat Parent' lle kend. March 17-19. SYD SOL<)R SHOW OPENS AlTER MIAMI B!ACR LECTURES Syd Solomon, professor of art and coordinator of the New Coll e Fi e Arta Institute. is back on CS.JlPUS after a busy f days in the !Uand aru. Solo.:>11 pw an intanae two-day seminar in art at the Miami Beach Art Center for about 100 students. While there, he and Mrs. Solomon also were pre ent for the opening of an emibition of 20 of hie new painting at the Jamas David Gallery in Coral Gable A USCUE RMPHASIZES COLLEGE' 8 'MINOR' SPORTS Two low-lying sandbars jutting out froa the seawall on the College' Palmar c.mpua waterfront have baeome one of th moat popular fishing itea in


NEW COLLEGE NEWS COLUMN for March 9 1967 Page 4 Sarasota Bay. Particularly appealing for waders, the area waa being u.ed recently by ODe 1Nm on a cold, windy day when he became stranded out tn the water, apparently too tired or cold to et back to shore. Two student stripped the aaf.le off one of the College's saUboats and pushed it out to the fisherman and brought him back and helped him dry off and warm up before the fireplac in College Hall. Several days later a letter was received, apparently from the fuhe'E'MD n.cloaing a$10 bUl and words of anottyr.tous appreciation. Softball is nmf tlllahrooming on campus. Last Sunday a group of stu dents played a team of migrant workers with wh they have been doing some tu toring work. The aigrant workers won,14-7. Nat Sunday students will take on a team from the Rinsling A:rt School 011 one fi.Md wbUe faculty vives practice for a March 18 gene against the coeds, a repeat of last year's popular utch. After tbe game there will be refreshments and accool swim in the pool. -30-

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