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The Southern Jewish weekly. [volume] (Jacksonville, Fla.) 1939-1992, February 05, 1954, Image 6

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University of Florida News
BY JEROME WEINER
GAINESVILLE, Fla. The story of college fraternities in the
South has been one of continual growth.
Perhaps the outstanding example of achievement by a college
fraternity is the record of the Tau Alpha chapter of the Tau Epsilon
Phi fraternity at the University of Florida.
Started 26 years ago this month
by 10 Gainesville students, the
local chapter has grown to its
present size membership of 130—
second largest of the 26 Univer
sity of Florida fraternities..
The U. of F. TEP chapter this
year is headed by: Chancellor
Jack Furman, Miami Beach; Vice
Chancellor Stan Kantor, Jackson
ville; Bursar Nell Presser, Jack
sonville; Scribe Chuck Ashmann,
Miami; and TEP Executive Coun
cil members Norm Kapner of
Palm Beach, and Bob Bass and
Bob Magoon—both from Miami
Beach.
Tau Epsilon . Phi fraternity is a
non-sectarian organization with
chapters throughout the United
States and Canada.
In recognition of the accom
plishments in fraternity and cam
pus affairs, the national organi
zation recently awarded the local
Tau Alpha chapter as being the
most outstanding Tau Epsilon Phi
college chapter in the nation!
In every field of endeavor at
the University of Florida—the
TEPs represent leadership.
Examples:
In the UF Student Government
—rated as one of the best in the
United States—the TEPs this year
are represented by Bob Bass, Mi
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ami Beach, who is vice president
of the junior class; and Miamian
Joe Block, sophomore member of
the UF Executive Council.
Active in student organizations
is Marvin (Bambi) Goodman, Mi
ami Beach, Lyceum Council busi
ness manager. The council is re
sponsible for the UF campus ap
pearances of nationally-known
musical performers such as the
recent visit here by Metropolitan
Opera Baritone Robert Merrill.
Goodman is also Head Cheer
leader at the U. of F., another
cheerleader is TEP-member Jerry
Witten of Jacksonville.
The TEP chapter is represented
in the various professional socie
ties on the Florida campus by
many of its brothers and pledges.
Phi Eta Sigma, men’s freshman
scholastic honorary, Phi Beta
Kappa, Florida Blue Key—the
UF leadership fraternity, “F”
Club, and several legal, pharma
ceutical, journalistic and medical
fraternal groups are within the
realm of TEP membership.
In addition, Alpha Delta Uigma,
honorary advertising society, and
the school’s Advertising Club are
led by two TEPs: President Barry
Berish, Chicago; and Chuck Ash
mann, chairman of the Adver
tising Club and co-ordinater for
the state-wide, UF . sponsored,
1954 Advertising In Action pro
gram to be held here late next
month.
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THE SOUTHERN JEWISH WEEKLY
In student publications is:
Photographer Fred Singer, Miami
Beach. Chuck Ashmann and Len
ny Hollander (Miami Beach) are
both members of The Alligator
sports staff. Former Alligator
Sports Editor and UF Board of
Student Publications member Bob
Bassine of TEP has completed his
two-year stint in the U. S. Navy
and will return to the Gainesville
campus this week to complete his
education and receive Journalism
Bachelor of Science degree.
I n professional publications
Arnie Nevins, Tallahassee, a Flor
ida TEP graduate with honors, is
Executive Editor of the Florida
Law Review.
One of the most spectacular
records is held by the 1953 Flor
ida graduate Dave Hyman of
Tampa. Not only was he presi
dent of the local TEP chapter and
the UF inter-Fraternity Council—
he was also president of the
Lyceum Council!
The athletic record of TEP at
Florida is commendable and they
are proud to boast of intramural
accomplishments and their var
sity inter-collegiate athletes.
In the UF Intramural Dept.
Stan Kantor of Jacksonville is
student director of intramurals.
There are also several all-campus
athletes that combine their ability
with that of Florida lettermen:
Barry Hornbein (baseball) of Mi
ami Beach, Paul Muldawer,
(swimming) Atlanta, and Tony
Roth, Jay Hoffman, Howie Tesher
—all three basketball stars from
Miami Beach.
\
Muldawer is one of the school’s
outstanding architects and was
recently awarded first prize in a
national-sponsored design contest.
Perhaps the outstanding ac
complishment of the TEPs at the
University of Florida was the es
tablishment of the first Jewish
fraternity at Florida State Uni
versity in Tallahassee.
Through the efforts of the
Gainesville TEPs, a few months
ago a colony of students were or
ganized and are now recognized
as established at the Tallahassee
FSU campus.
The newly-established local
B’nai B’rith Hillel Foundation
building was supported 100 per
cent by the TEPs and they were
responsible for the landscaping
of the foundation.
Thus, in every phase of cam
pus life organization has resulted
in leadership—and the TEPs by
virtue of their group and individ
ual members’ accomplishments
have established themselves as
leaders at the University of Flor
ida.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: Today’s
‘University News” column by
Southern Jewish Weekly corre
spondent Jerome Weiner is the
first of a series of articles on the
outstanding fraternities and so
rorities in the South.)
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