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News Release (May 22, 1968)


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News Release (May 22, 1968)
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Special to the Herald Tribune, For Use: Thursday, May 22, 1968; 1 - 202 - 5/21/68
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New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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SPECUL TO THE HERALD-TRIBUNE FOB. USB: THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1968 STUDENTS MEET WITa GOVERNOR 1 -5/21/68 Ref.: C. Arthur Two New College students, Steve Hendricks and Laurence Alexander, have been invited to meet with Governor Claude Kirk Jr. and to attend the Governor's Conference on Youth, to be held in Tampa on May 31. loth were invited because of their familiarity with student affairs as members of the Student Executive Committee, the governing body of New College underaraduatea. In extending his invitation, Gov. Kirk said that the delegate "will explore and auggeat ways of meeting the many probleaa facing youth today. uwe believe they have the maturity and intelligence to accept responsibility and contribute considerably to society. The Conference will be run for, and by, youna people,'' Gov. Kirk promised. PROFESSOR'S PUBLISHED A new book by Dr. Willard c. Buapbreya Jr., associate profeaaor of philosophy at New College, has been published by Freeman, Cooper & Coapany. Called ''Anomalies and Scientific Theories," the book la described by the publisher aa a "bridae between studies in the history of science more-


Pase 2 Mev Collage and in the philoaophy of science, focusing on the logical and geuatic role of aao.aliaa in th growth of phyaical knowledge. Ita central thesis is that underatandlng of the logical atructure and historical evolution of explanations in aodern pbysica can only be achieved by analyzing the way in which anomalies are detected and dealt with in actual tdenti:fic practice." Dr. Huaphreya, who was graduated from Allegheny College and vent on to earu maatera desrees at Indiana and Yale University and a doctorate at Yale, baa a special interest in the biatory of phyaica, nd the philosophical and loaical problema of explanation and peediction, eapeeially in the physical sciences. In the aame announcemeat that included Dr. Burllphrey's book, there 1 a lao announced a book by auothar New College professor A. J. Ayer. Hi1 Nn College is the one at Oxford, thoU&b, and bb book 11 on a philosophical aubject, "The Oriains of Pragmathaa." CHAIRMAN IN PUERTO RICO Dr. Arthur R. Borden Jr., chairman of the Div1aion of Humanities as of well ae professor/literature, leavea for Puerto Rico tomorrow (Friday) where for four days he will be servina with the College Entrance Examination Board u a consultant in the trainins of rudera for advanced level testa in Spanish, mathematics, and iuglisb. Por the tt .. starting on Kay 27, the College Board 1a going to hold readinas of examiuationa in Puerto Rico wltb teacher from the collages and secondary schools of that commonwealth. more-


Pase 3 lev College Dr. Borden has long been ociated with the College Board in such positions aa member of the Ex injng C ittee of the Writing Sample, the !nglith Achievement Test, and the Advanced !xamlnatlooa, aod chief reader of the Advanced Placement Examinations in En lith and the English Achievement Teat. HEW COLLEGE JOINS CliE New Colleae bae just received word that it h&l been elected to membership in the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIII), a private nonprofit coordinating organization for educational and religious ta.titutiona in tbe field of international education exhbange. Under the direction of Mrs. John Elmendorf, a number of programs of independent study, aervice and retearch have been worked out for Maw College students in Latin America, Europe, end Asia. 30 -

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