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The Catalyst (Volume V, Special)
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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September 20, 1968


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United States -- Florida -- Sarasota


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One page issue of the student produced newspaper. This edition is a special limited on-campus edition.
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THE CATALYST (Special Limited on-campus Edition) Vol. V, SPECIAL september 20, 1968 PRESmENT 'PROGRESSING SATISFACTORILY' Dr. Elmendorf's physicians said at 8:30 a.m. today that be continues to progress satisfactorily toward recovery. He remains in seriou condition in the intensive care unit of the cardiac section of Sarasota morial Hospital. The President suffered a heart attack during the faculty meeting on Wednesday, September 18, at approximately 3:45 p.m. He left the meeting to be chaired by Or. William Hamilton, Professor of Religion and went to the Office of Student Policy, complaining of severe discomfort in his chest and shoulder. Fran LeMasters, R.N., examined him and suggested that an ambulance be called. Dr. Elmendorf was taken to Sarasota Memorial and admitted to the intensive care unit of the cardiac section. Mary Elmendorf, the President's wife, was leaving the hospital at 8:30 p.m. last night when the car she was a passenger in was struck from behind. The car was being driven by Mrs. Elizabeth Stephens, a close friend of Mrs. Elmendorf. Both Mrs. Stephens and Mrs. Elmendorf suffered whiplash injuries, but were x-rayed and noting serious was found. They were asked to stay at the hospital overnight and are expected to be rele sed today. STUDENT GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS ON MONDAY The elections for the Student Executive Committee, SEC chairman, and Student Court will be held Monday in the Reception Center from 1 to 6 p.m. The early elections are due in part to President Elmendorf's illne It was felt at the SEC meeting Wednesday night that it would be in the best interests of the college to have a full college council and SEC inoperation as soon as possible. Petitions should be submitted to John Esak in room 116 before midnight Sunday, September 22. Students wishing to be placed on the b llot for the SEC must have their petitions signed by 15% of their class. Students who wish to run for SEC chairman must have signatures of 5% of the Student Body. KLH MISSING FROM LAB Mr. John Macbeth, Tutor in French and Director of th Language Lab, ha announced that a KLH phonograph is missing from the Langu g L b. Th machine has detachable speakers. Anyone knowing its wher abouts i to contact Mr. Macbeth immediately. SPECIAL This is a speci 1 dition of h mimeographed nd coll t with the help of the ofrrce of Student Policy and th Public R 1 tion Department. The regular edi on of Th Catal t will b r 1 d Sept. 26. A series of technic 1 and priQter difficultie h pr v nt d public on before then.

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