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News Release (November 9, 1967)


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News Release (November 9, 1967)
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New College News Release, Special to the Herald Tribune, For Use: Thursday, Nov. 9, 1967; 1 - 48 - 11/7/67
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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November 9, 1967


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NEW COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C. ARTHUR INFORMATION 1 48 -11/7/67 SPECIAL TO TH! HERALD TRIBUNE FOR USEr TlltJRSDAY, OV. 9, 196 7 STUDE S THROW A PARTY While Halloween is long cone, the msmbry of the children' party held by New Colle e students on that night will be remember d by quite a few yocngeters. Idea for the party prang up leas than a week before Halloween when Assistant Deau of Dr. Art ur MeA. Miller au gested it. Second-year student Kit Arbuckle of Chattanooga, Tenn. was intrigued and be an enlisting help on the project. Reaponae fraa the etudent body was enthusiaetic and in a few clays 110re than 60 atudenta were working on publicity, daeorationa1 g food, eound and light. Through echoole and churchea, well u by publicity in the newspaper, child ran up to junior age wer invited. Soma 300 show d up including students fr Newtown and Tallevaet who were brought to the campus by student-driven bua. The youngeters who attended found a spook house, fortune tellers, a pW!Ipkin patch w:l.tb a giant pumpkin, aak-up tables,. apple bobbing, gamea, candy and toye well a a cloaed circuit television book-up 110re


NEW COLLEGE Page 3 elaseroom work and 10 hours of pool work to be eertif1 d by the Florida Scuba Assn. Recreation Frank Meyer eaid that fortunately for the eeholara1 the college pool heater wae tumed on Nov aber 1. * ANNUAL DINNER RESCHEDULED The annual New College Appreciation Dinnex- given jointly by the Ztan faaily and the Trail National Bank and attended by of the college and the area busineee co.aunitiee, will be bald Tue8day (November 14) at Zinn 1 RetJtaurant. A etudent panel, with President John Elaendorf 1'10derating1 will diacu the contemporary college atudent. Trail Bank Board Cha1raan Thomas F. Icard again w111 be prograa maeter of ceremonies. 30-


NEW COLLEGE Page 2 in which the trick and treaters could se th elves in To create atmosphere, there were figures of all shapes hanging froa tr s, weird noises beins broadcast, and special spider form. projected on wall urfaees. As the party ended at 9 p a great portion of the student body pitched in and in lese than two hours removed all traces of the veuing so classes could rea on schedule in the 1110rning. Cost of the evening was borne from student activity funds, whlcl1 wat:e eoo.tributed to by each stud t. Chairman it eloquently praised the work of the student body in joiniDg in to mak.e the party auc.h a aucceaa. ATHLETICS B:!ING SPURRED An ur urge in athletic activity took place durin the ast week on campus: The New Colloae soccer tea an informal gt'oup coached by Mexican student figuel Tapia, played a team of students Sarasota 1gb School Sunday and scored a 6-0 vin. Two tudenta, Sven Donaldson and 111 nunez, took the college's elas& sailboats to a reaatta in Stuart ad learned some of the intr1eac1 a of coapetitive racing. Neither finlahecl high in the atan4f.nga but uch c... away deteninad to eater future intercollegiate coapetition. Arnold Treah of Venice, a qualified Scuba tnatruetor, b taaehS.q weekly claaaea in the underwater aport and a011a 20 atuclanta have enrolled. They auat take a toail of 10 ho ra of aore-

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