The Tampa Times : University of South Florida Campus Edition

Citation
The Tampa Times : University of South Florida Campus Edition

Material Information

Title:
The Tampa Times : University of South Florida Campus Edition
Alternate Title:
The Tampa times
Creator:
University of South Florida
Place of Publication:
Tampa, Florida
Publisher:
[Tribune Publishing Company]
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Weekly
Language:
English

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Hillsborough County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Tampa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
serial ( sobekcm )

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
T39-19611127 ( USFLDC DOI )
t39.19611127 ( USFLDC Handle )

USFLDC Membership

Aggregations:
Added automatically
USF Student Newspapers

Postcard Information

Format:
serial

Downloads

This item has the following downloads:


Full Text
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8 standalone no
record xmlns http:www.loc.govMARC21slim xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.loc.govstandardsmarcxmlschemaMARC21slim.xsd
leader 00000nas 2200000Ka 4500
controlfield tag 008 000000k19601966flu|||| o 000 0eng
datafield ind1 8 ind2 024
subfield code a T39-19611127
2 USFLDC DOI
040
FHM
c FHM
049
FHM
0 4 245
The Tampa times.
p USF Campus edition.
n Vol. 69, no. 252 (November 27, 1961).
1 3 246
The Tampa times.
University of South Florida campus edition
260
Tampa, Florida :
b [Tribune Publishing Company]
November 27, 1961
310
Weekly
610
University of South Florida
x Newspapers.
651
Hillsborough County (Fla.)
Newspapers.
Tampa (Fla.)
Newspapers.
710
University of South Florida.
773
t Tampa Times, USF Campus Edition
785
Oracle (Tampa, Florida)
w (OCoLC) 8750603
5 FTS
856
u http://digital.lib.usf.edu/?t39.19611127


xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8 standalone no
mods:mods xmlns:mods http:www.loc.govmodsv3 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.loc.govmodsv3mods-3-1.xsd
mods:relatedItem type host
mods:identifier issn 0000-0000mods:part
mods:detail volume mods:number 69issue 252series Year mods:caption 19611961Month November11Day 2727mods:originInfo mods:dateIssued iso8601 1961-11-27



PAGE 1

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FlORIDA LIBRARY Tampa, Florida As You Like It Universitf Of South Florida Campus Edition THE TAMPA TIMES Partly cloudy tbrougb Tuesday. Warm today and turning cooler Tuesday • . Winds under 15 m.p.h. High today 80. Low to night 58. SIXTY-NINTH YEAR-No. 252 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1961 PRICE FIVE CENTS Students Criticize Pipeline r I USF Song To .Be Chosen By WING PREODOR changes -perhaps a directory book is not used, and it is not The University of south instead of a handbook. something that serves as a hand' Florida handbook, this year it's However, Dean H. Johnshoy, book or directory. Pipeline; has been placed under dean of Student Affairs, says When asxeo anout tbls Miller the office of Campus Publica-that if any of the publications said, "I suggest a more detailed tions with regard to any future funds are allocated for this pur-study be made and if use is as issues. pose, they will be for a handlittle as indicated then changes Prof. George H. Miller, adbook and not a directory. be made to satisfy the majority. visor to the office of Campus In checking some 25 The current book was paid for In Competition Wednesday Publications and director of the on the use they are makmg this fall by the News Bureau's Work-Study Co-operative pro-the handbook most of them satd publications budget. The cost gram, said a student staff will none. . was $2,200 for 4,000 copies. be selected 'and they will carry One mformed The current Pipeline was pro-the ball from there. some of hts money duced by a student staff work No budget has been set up nor have any funds been al lotted, according to Miller. went to pay for 1t satd, "then I ing under the Office of Student was robbed." "I'd prefer to have Affairs and directly under Dr. a good student directory now," Carolyn Pinkard's supervision., he added. Anyone wishing to submit New Flag In a quick survey of students it appears that if a student staff is assigned and has its way there will be some drastic The general opinion seems to their comments on the useful be the book repeated material ness of the booklet should ad that was made available during dress their comments to the Of orientation, the calendar in the fice of Campus Publications. From Merchants Little Man on Campus Tutoring Service Offered By LOUISE STEW ART The University of South Florida may not have a mascot but it will soon have a school song. A. special program for the presentation of the new USF flag and choosing the new song will be held at 8:30 p.m., -A tutoring service, oomposed entirely of students and spon sored by the Development Cen ters, opened to all students to day. Those who feel that tutoring may .help them to pass a course or to increase their understand ing of a course are urged to contact Mrs. Mary I. Gambrell, secretary of the Counseling Center AD 1068. Mrs. Gam brell will then assign a tutor to each student . . Mid-Tenn Tutoring "Tutoring is most successful if it is begun at the midsemester," stated Dr. Carolyn A. Pinkard, clinical counselor. Tu tors will provide students with an opportunity for more indi vidual attention and gl'eater un derstanding of the subject of the course. The tutor, however, is only to aid the student and not to do his work for him. Wednesday, in the Teaching Auditorium-Theater. Leading off the program will be the presentation of the new $256 USF flag donated to the university by the Merchants Association of Officers Elected For CFS The Council of Fraternal So cieties held election of officers to serve during the '61-'62 school year. Elected are: President, Alice Evans; vice president, Ken Keebley: recording secretary, Sandy Jones; corresponding sec retary, Susan Spoto; treasurer, Mike O 'Bryan, and parliamen tarian, Frank Hancock. Tam p a. Clarence Holtsinger, president of the association, will present the gold-fringed flag. $250 TO WINNER The song competition was sponsored by the Student Arts Council and open to students, staff and general public. The composer of the winning song will receive a $250 cash award which is being donated by the Cam p us Park Homes and Charles Rubelsky, president. Song entries will be sung by USF voice students accompan ied by student Bob Gower on the piano. Soloists in the com petition are: Anne Wright, Pris cilla Salemi, R o b e r t Burt, Charles Hadley, Jim Leininger, and Richard Winters. INTERMISSION While the judges are making their decision, three songs will be sung by a quartet composed of Prissy Salemi, Anne Wright, Bob Burt, and Jim Leininger. Annual Christmas Program Scheduled Student tutors are being se lected on the basis of profes sors' recommendations. Over 100 names of students qualified in various subjects have been recommended. Dr. Pinkard and Dr. Thomas A. Rich have sent letters to these students re questing their services. All Subjects Tutors will be provided for most of the subjects .now being offered at the university .\s the service grows, more tutors will be provided for more sub jects. -Photos by Jlm lilnehee WANT TO GUESSTIMATE THE TEMPERATURE? Ever notice how on cool days the ''s W.crs mGve to the north side of the Ad n1inistration Building patio, then as things warm up they move to the south side. Oul' guesstimate is that the temperature was in the 80s when this shot was taken. There is nobody on the sunny side. And notice how the two young men curve their spines to avoid the sun's rays. ENOTAS: Enotas Fraternal Society is planning a project to support an orphan from the Lakeland Children's Home. Eno tas club members have received their new evening jackets. The jackets are olive green and bear the club's crest on the left pocket. ETHELONETES: Club pins for Ethelontes members have been ordered. The shape of the pin is oval, signifying the all inclusiveness of the club, in the enter is an Episilon, and around the outside edge 11 grefian key, Highhghting the pin is the small, distinctive guard; a rep lica of parthenon having four columns. which represent the four ideals o the society, sim plicity, individuality, tastefulpess and free-will. A total of 16 e n t r i e s has been submitted. Sadly enough, there are no student entries. Two members of the faculty contributed to the composer's cause, and the remaining 14 were composed by the public at-large throughout the state. PROFS COMPOSE From USF: "Alma Mater, USF" by Dr. Armin Watkins, associate professor of music; , and "USF Alma Mater" by Dr. Wayne Hugoboom, associdtc pro fessor of music. President JohnS. Allen of i cia 11 y will open the Yuletide season on campus Dec. 14, at 2 p.m., when he presents his second annual "Christmas message" to stu dents and staff of University of South Flor\da. The address and program, a presidentiG\l tradition which was begun last year, will be called "Christmas o:n Campus, 1961." It will take place in the patio of the admini-Students who are being tu tored will pay the tutors the same hourly wage which is now being paid to student assistants. The place, time, and number of hours of tutoring are to be ar ranged by the individual stu dent and his tutor. From Tampa: ''Hail to the Colors-Green and Gold" by Mrs. Viola Guarisco; "USF Alma Mater" by Franklin Spillers; and "University of South Flor ida Song" by Mrs. W. W. Ruble. TRIMESTER CALENDAR D 5 h d 1 stration building. ' a I y c e u e The program, which has not Machines Used No Time for Lauderdale FIA: Fia held a hayride Nov. 17, at the home of pledge Susan Barnes. Next on their social calendar is a Christmas tea, to be held for entertaining mem bers' parents. From Lutz: "Daughters and Sons of Loyalty" by Mrs. Leon Cox and "Alma Mater Hymn," also, by Mrs. Cox. MONDAY, NOV. 27. 1001 ALL DAY-Annual Stat ...... UC Lob. 10:00 a.m.-Student Arts ::::::::::: j8lm Psychology Majors ...... , ..... UC200 :::::::::::: Bible Study ................... UC204 Canterbury Assn. . ............ UC205 Dance Comm. . ............... UC214 Movie Comm. . .. .......... UC216 Stud. Exec. Councll .......... UC218 Ethelontes .. ............... UC219 Aquatics Club ................. UC221 Epelta . . . ................... UC222 Hospitality Comm. . .......... UC226 5:00 p.m.-Ballroom Dancing ... UCU Dance Class . . .. UC248 6:00 p.m.-AAUP Dinner ........ UC103 7:00 p.m.-Judo Club .......... Base. 7:30 p .m.-Worn. Beg, Bridge... Gal. 8:00 p.m.-Unlv. Worn. Bridge .. UC167 9:00 p.m.-Resident Students ... Ball. TUESDAY, NOV. 28, 1961 All Day-Annual Staff . . ..... UCLob. 9:00 a.m.-Music Comm ......... UCi58 Unlv. Forum ................. CHlli Archery Club .................. UC275 Veterans Club ................ UC202 Wesley Foundation ............ UC203 Siges . . .. .. . ................. UC204 USF Gun Club .............. UC213 Recreation Comm. . .......... UC214 Broadcasting Club ............ UC215 Paideia .................. UC22l Oral Reading . . ............ . . UC222 Stud. Exec. Council . . . . . . . . . . UC226 Univ. Band Concert . . . . . . . . . . TA 12:30 p.m.-Army Adv. Comm . UC103 3:00 Assn ....... UC226 5:00 p.m. Delphi . . ........ UC205 6 :00 p.m.-Canterbury Study . UC204 7:00 p.m.-Cleo . ... . . ...... UC202 Fia .. . ... . . . . . . ...... UC213 7:30 p.m.-Dupllcate Bridge .. . . Gal. Tri-Sls ......................... UC203 A rete . . . . . ................... UC226 8:00 p.m.-Fides .............. .. UC200 Enotas . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . ... UC205 8:30 p.m.-Univ. Band Concert ... TA 9:30 p.m.-Recep. for Band . . . . . TA WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29 , 1961 All Day-Annual Staff . . . . . . . . . . Lob. Ellm. Scb. Prin . . . . . . UC248 Book Displays . .......... 1: .. : Catbolic Students . . .......... UC203 Wesley Foundation .. , .. , . , . ... UC205 Olfic!als Club ................. UC213 Cultural Comm. . .............. UC'214 DeMolay Club ............... UC215 Math & Science Club , . ....... VC226 Civic Unit No. 2 .............. CHi04 Civic Unit No. 3 .............. CH105 Civic Unit No. 4 .............. CH106 Civic Unit No. 5 .............. CH107 Civic Unit No. 6 .............. CHlOB ::::::::::::::811Y8 Civic Unit No. 9 . ............. CH201 Civic Unit No. 10 ............. CH202 S:OD p.m.-Beginning Bridge . .. . Gal. 7:00 p.m.-Judo Club .......... , .Base. Chess Club .. . .. . . ...... Gal. 8:30 p.m.-Song Competition .... TA THURSDAY. NOV. 30, 1961 AU Day-Annual Staff . . ...... UCLob. Elem. Sch. Prin. . . . . . . . . . UC24B Book Displays ........... 2:00 p.m.-Forensic Assn ........ UC203 Young Republicans ............ UC204 Judo Club . . .. . . ............ UC213 Foreign Lang. Club .......... UC215 Lessons Comm. . ........... UC216 Horse Fanciers' Club .......... UC221 Baptist Students .............. UC226 Civic Unit No. 11 ............ . CH103 Civic Unit No. 12 ............. CH104 Civic Unit No. 13 ............. CH105 Civic Untt No. 14 ............. CH106 Civic Unit No. 15 ............. CHJ07 Civic Unit No. i6 ............. CHIOU Civic Unit No. i7 ............. CH109 Civic Unit No. 18 .............. CHilU Civic Unit No. 19 ............. CH201 Civic Unit No. 20 ............. CH202 4:00 p.m.-Proficiency Exams .. CHlOO 7:00 p .m.-MathSci. Seminar :. CHlll 8:30 p.m.-Film-"Red Shoes" . . . .. TA FRIDAY, DEC. }, 1961 All Day-Annual Staff ........ UCLob. Elim. Sch. Prin. . . . . . . . . . UC248 Book Displays ............ UC242 264-265 11:00 a.m.-FESP .............. UC265 3:00 p.m.-Program Council . . UC214 Broadcasting Club . . . . . UC219 4:00 p.m.-<:lassrm. Tch1. Meet. CHill 8:00 p.m.-co. Lib. Assn. . , . Lib. SATURDAY, DEC. 2, 1961 8:00 a.m.-Classrm. Tchr ... .... CHill 1:00 p.m.-Classrm. Tchr ........ Ball. 9:00 p . m.-Dance, Ski Lodge .... Ball. SUNDAY, DEC. 3, 1961 .. Go .. TA .. TA yet been give n the "final touches," will follow along the same lines as last year. Begin ning with the president's "message," and commencing with the singing of Christmas carols. In cluded in the presentation, will be the initial performance of the University C h o i r on campus, under the direction of Wayne Hugoboom, associate professor In the second scm e s t e r, teaching machines and pro grammed books will be used expel'imentally and may be added as permanent resources of the tutoring service. The tutoring service is cur rently part of the Counseling Center, but, as the service grows, it will become a separate developmental center. TRI-SIS-Tri-SIS sisters have The Council of Presidents, made up of presidents of the four state universities, been serving as _volunteers at has release?! the following calendar for the first s c h o o 1 year under the trimester .the Lee Haven Chtldren's Home for the last three months. Last plan. . . . . . Friday they gave the children The first tnmester Will open Sept. 10, 1962, the second Jan. 7, 1963, the frrst a Thanksgiving party at Lowry half of the third trimester April 29, 30, or May 1, and the second half of the third Park. •trimester, June 20. Tri-Sisters are also busily Each university will be pera fashion .show. The USF Campus Concerts mitted to one durtake place m the near Official Notices in.g each tnmester. USF s. SIGES: Janet Brewer, a mem-s F • wlll be to have Thanksg1vmg, ber of Siges Social Club , is ong es. PUBLIC RELATIONS Students InF B d E hi The choir will sing Christian-terested In a career In public relations ea ture an nsem e Gasparilla Invasion Day, and taking Ruth, the orphan girl of music. sen "Vigil," Britten "Deo tt:. July 4 be the 3 official holidays. sponsored by Siges. home for Gracias," and "Jesus and the The University of South Band will Christmas wi!l fall between the thA being Wooly Sheep" by Newbury. All convention sessions will be at fhe present two concerts Tuesday m the Umversity's Teach-first and sec 0 n d trimesters. planned by Siges. Also under They will close with the tradi-Hillsboro Hotel except the morninr and . . . other holidays seem out. tional "Jingle Bells" by Charles afternoon sessions Frla .. ,.. Dec. 8, which ling AuditoriUm-Theatre at 11 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. consideration is a slumber At the conclusion of the entire •• For the first time at USF , top players of the 60Few Details party. Two new pledges have -Semesters will be 15 weeks in been taken f II th program, the choir will join ••• Mr. Egerton, USF News member Concert Band have been combined to form the length and the Boar d of Control semester, an1J with the audience in the singing TUTORING CENTERA lutodnr select Concert Band Ensemble. • has set a limit on the number of Ella Mae Hibbs. of various Christmas carols, center operated br U:.e Developmental This new group has the same days to be usea for registration another t,radition established at r:r represe{ltation of instruments elusive of the performance of and final exams, a system which R • • last years progarm. jeei. Mrs. Gambrell (AD 1068, ext. 149) as does the parent organization, the Uniis expected to see both ite ms egistration The university Christmas tree t;M but with only one instrument vemty of Cahforma Band at speeded up. The length of elass will be unveiled at this time. It Agpueants are tutored by students playing each part. This allows the time of the contest, tomor-hours has not yet been decided. From Lake Wales: "Florida Green and Gold" by Cabelle Bass. From Miami: "Alma Mater" by Cal Kellogg II. From St. Petersburg: "Uni versity of South Florida" by Ruth S. Porter. From Jacksonville: "Green and Gold"-4 versions-by Fred C. Van Dusen. From Sarasota: "University of South Florida" b y Alexander Valentine. From New York (American Consulate): "South Florida Al ma Mater" by Mrs. Mary H. Campbell. Admission to the competition is free and no tickets are re quired. It is open to everyone. Choirs Elect Officers; Date Of Concert Set was in one of the admini::'u; a compact, musically mobile row's presentation will be the It may remain the same or may OpenS A gam• stratton pools last year, and a tee varies rom n t.o suo l.er hour . unit capable of performing the work's first in concert. be lengthened. However, one similar is. most demanding of the exist-The entire Concert Band will faculty member pointed out that there thiS year. The first bght-questions about library materials should ing wind and percussion litera-perform Paul Fauchet's "Symany lengthening of the class 0 D 4 idents of the University Choir ing of the tret; will probably be the Reference Dept., ext. ture. phony in B-Flat." This work, hour W ill shorten the total num-n ec and the University Community done by President Allen. SUNSCREEN-Berinnln&' this week. A special feature of tomor-brought out in 1926, is of major ber of class h_ours per day and • Choir, respectively. Committee Makes Arrangements sunscreen wm be distributed on Fri row's concerts will be the new importance in the band's litera-could result m a shortage of Registration for the spring The University Choir Is a Charged with the arrange.;: Coocert Band Ensemble's perture, a{ld-as far as can be space. semester will start Dec . 4 _ Stuorganization. and ments and decorations of this Bureau by 3 p.m. each Wednesday. formance of the composition ascertained-has the distinction Under the Board Control's dents are asked to take note of IS open to . any Umversity of most important occasion is the VEHICLE RENTAL-The University "Cumberland Gap" by the con-of being the first symphony plan the third trimester will .be the four steps 1 nvolved 1 -0 the South . st.udents. The St d t Art C 'l C •t Transportation Department bas vehicles . C t Ch t ll u en s ounc1 &v..Uable to members or the staff on temporary Amencan compo se r ever composed directly for the run as are the other two With procedure. Y mr . 0 a tee; Loren Paddleford lS the a rental basis. These may be reserved Joseph Jenkins. Mr. Jenkins re-band instrumentation. a superimposed half a trimester 1. Dec. 4-I5 Pick up a packet people mterested m smgrng-student heading most of the ar-through the Physical Plant omee. ceived-for this composition-A th . b d k t at the end starting June 20, of IBM card; list of courses students, staff, faculty and any t Th C •tt DffiECTORY CHANGES-All addi-. no er maJOr an WOr 0 . ' . • • t t d t l rangemen s. . e . ommt ee lS lions, deleUons and chances to the usF the Amencan Bandmasters Asb •f m d b th c n t mamly for public school teach-and registration directions, at m eres e OW{lspeop e. a student orgamzation sponsored 'telephone Directory will be listed each sociation Award for the Best Be pde1 . orH e 0 Y Re d ' o ;,eLr ers. It is possible a half tri-the registrants office Both of the choruses will by Fine Arts the department week In Sunscreen. Please cbanre your . . f 1961 E an 15 . wen cc s a t ld b . d b' t • f t directories •.•cording to the Information Band Composthon o . x-Fiesta Mexicana" This compo-mes er wou_ e superrmpose 2. Also Dec. 4-15 See your com me o present Haydn's that takes care o mos listed. To ln•tlate a change In your own 't' Il t th. b 'll' d over the f 1 r s t half and 1t 1s advisor in his office to choose "Lord Nelson Mass" on Dec. 12 EVENTS on campus. listing, notify the Personnel Services 51 Ion re ec s e n tance an further possible the third tri-( 'th d f t 8 . th Teaching' Division. intricate rhythms of Mexico's . courses Wi no regar or seca . p.m. lll e "Christmas on Campus, 1961" Emerrency Numbers: Speech Contest folk son 5 Dr Reed was award-mmester result m tion numbers). List one alter-Auditorium. Special combined is an event that should draw a d G g h . . F ll h ' . two half tnmesters. Each umver-nate course. Working students Christmas programs will also considerable amount of interest TofU'.. ! t elm d e ows lp sity will be left the freedom to must obtain a certification that be presented during the holi-from students and staff alike. It St. Joseph's Hospital ........ )l2!)-2D85 s.gn Up Change M . 0 s u y an compose lD explore what it considers the they work from Dean Johnshoy days is a tradition, it is the official .. • exlCo. . best me\hod for its dean of Student Affairs, and The student University Choir start of the university ChristFacuu,and Staff The deadline for signing up _Roundmg out. programs However, the pub 11_ c school list their work schedule. will give its first formal con mas season, it is being held durAlphabetical Llstlnr: for the USF Invitational Speech wD1llk be by JPahul are to be giVen con-3. As soon as it is complete, cert on Jan. 30, at 11:30 a.m. ing the free hour, and all offices Anderson, Wlme c ..... 9004 lOth s*. Tournament has been extended u as, oaqum urma, o n s1derat10n. and not later than Jan 10 _ d 8 30 . th d't . are expected to be closed, so Davis, Robert cu au-A Lecturer to Wednesday of this week It Cacavas and Eric Osterling. When Will You Take Off put packet into slot by the door :th pt. m. m e au th t b b bl Sinardl, Glenda ......... bad formerlv been l"ednes. day T h f th f en e wo groups Wl agam a s....... mem ers WI e a e .. ,. here 1s . no c arge or e Many of the administrators of the registrars o flee. mass to present Verdi's "TG to attend. If a reflection of last of last week. The tournament, co.ncerts. ma_;y be ob-believe once the trimester proJan. 16, 17, 18 -.Pay Deum" with the Tampa Phil year's Program is a "crystal usF students and staff members tor open to all USF students and tamed at the Umverstty Center gram starts many of Florida's fee at the cashiers offtce harmonic Orchestra on Feb. 22 ball" for this year's festivities, publication In • planned literarl mara organizations will be held De-pnor to the co-ncert or at the university students will take off and ptck up your schedule and Oth ff' 1 t d t h 1 we can safely say that it will be cember 4-8. ' TA-T box office at the time the winter-spring trimester as ID cards at the cashiers office. B. t e\ob od P one of the most successful the English Department, uc uz. ext. Divisions of the affair include of the concerts. this will be one in which stu-No classes will be officially lr fWl th mUs events of the year. 271' no later tban Friday, Dee. L Oral Interpretation, Extempo-dents will find it easier to get reserved until the fee has been oGr e . hmr AI h H II R •d raneous Speaking, Radio and YOUNG DEMOS MEET work. It is felt the majority of paid. Students who do not pay o. . ower, . vtce pres1dent Forum To Disc:uss p a a esl ents Broadcast St>eaking, and Manu-The Young Democrats will students will not elect to g o by Jan. 18 at 5 p . m. will have Prtsclpa Salemi, secretary-treas8 . th C t 1 5 b• t T M t T • ht script Speakmg. hold a special meeting on Thurs-throughqut the year. to start registration over again. urerd; JKames Welz Jr., and If On fO U 1ec: 0 ee OniCJ Trophies will be awarded to . ee, maangers;. Do thE . .. . . . the division winners, and the day, November 30 at 2 p.m. m USF R d. PI d N L k fo Dr e Tipton and Anne Wrtght, li The F?rum There w1ll be a mass meetmg Lew Sarett Memorial Trophy UC-205. Regular meetings are a 10 anne eW 00 r IV brarians; Fred Jenki{IS, public. be to the held on the first and . The of south _Flority and Bob Go-wer to the World Population Dilem-Ballroom pm y zatJOn Thursdays of the month m tda has been given permiSSion onto campus from Fowler Ave. rna? " at 11 a.m. Tuesday in "Amo_ng the topics 0 UC-205. the1 s:atfh nue. Most them are in and CH III. to be discussed will be the new t d t the information desk on ro .0 app Y 0 e_ . the others will follow soon. G . t t ' J' The panel will consist of Father hours policy," r e 1 ate d Chet t-niversity Center next WISCONSIN DEAN HERE The palm trees were donated Bolton, professor of philosophy Cornwall and Marcela Torres, to the trophies. Dr. Lindsey Stiles, dean of nihts to operate an FM 5 a i . to the university by L Y k e s Wright Twinkle at St. Leo Abbey and Col-president and vice-president, re-'RED SHOES' COMING the college of education at the on t'tth approx_d Brothers Plant, accord accompanists Averill Vander lege, the Dick Davis of spectively. . . . Third in the series of fili?s University of Wisconsin, mate IVe-ml e r a 1 us, sal_ to L. Carver, super pipe and Bob Gower. Congregat1on Church, Dr. Edwm The Restdence Council offlsponsored by the Film Classics knowledged as a foremost adv1A. Brown of the Educa mtendent of grounds. Martin, professor of biology, cers will b!! introduced tonight League is "The R e d Shoes," sor on t h e all-university ap-ttonal Resources. H 0 we v r, students or and Thomas Wenner, professor and their duties and functions winner of three AcademY proach to education, was here Brown that statwn ARCHERY CLUB mterested in smgmg Wltl of American Idea. The panel related. Dean Howard Johnshoy Awards. The film will be shown last week to examine the col-thus far 1s really_ little more The _Archery Club will h old either of the groups are askeo will be moderated by Dr. An-will also attend the mass meet-in TA at 8 :3 0 p.m. Wednesday, lege of education, its programs, than plans of vanous commit-a meehng Nov. 28 , t o M_r. Hugo thony Zaitz. ing. Nov. 30. and plans. tees. at 2 p.m. m UC2o7. boom, umvers1ty choir director '\ \

PAGE 2

. . For the V. I. P.:{. •Very Impressive Present, of course Our Very Impressive Presentation of Sports Coats includes the per• feet one to please your V.I.P. featuring the newest styles in very masculine colors and weaves • • • handsome muted stripes and over plaids • • • subdued colors with flecks. or nubs of robust brilliance. And, each coat, whether of wool or light-weight miracle blends is care fuUy tailored, hand detailed to create the custom look. Interestingly priced, too • • • 39.95 to 49.95 FOUR JOLLY STORES e Eastgate Shopping Center e Britton Plaza e North Gate Shopping Center e 125 E. Stuart Ave., Lake Wales t 2 THE AMPA TlMES, Monday, November 2'7, 1961 OTHER ACTIVITY, TOO P.E.INTRAMURALS The Tampa Times Auto Activity Day Staged University ()f South Florida Campus Edition (Page 1 and 2 Staff) Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . • . • . . . . . . . . . • • . . • . . . . . Bill Blalock Reception Honors University Faculty The first University of South Florida "Concours d' elegance," sort of b.eauty contest for automobiles, was held Sunday, Nov. 19 on campus, servmg as a kickoff for a full afternoon's activities under the guidance of the Sports. Car Club. A 70-mile rally highlighted the eventful day for 21 automobile owners who e!l Managing Editor . . • • • . • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • . Wing Preodor Copy Editor . ......................•..•• Virginia Montes Social, Organization Editor ....•.••••.•.. Marlene Hennis ' Activity Editor ...•...•..••••••...•.•.... Louise Stewart Sports Editor ....•••.....••.••••••••.•.... John Gullett November, fast ending, has Allen, USF president, discussed tered. Participants followed written instructions in completing the course, run m been a busy month for Univerthe trimester system and how the general area of the uni sity of South Florida faculty It will react on the take-home versity. The car finishing clos members and until the Christ pay of the academic staff. est to the pre-set average speed . Faculty Adviser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . George H. Miller ReporUnr staff: AUce Anttila, Bobby Bennett, Jock Blalock, Sarah Caldwell, Martha Ann Dennis, Cynthia Dootson, Tommy 'Eure, Rita Frank, Charlotte Frese, Pahy Gatlinl, Durene Goss, John P. Lazz.ara, Mown, Ronda Zldrlch, Pam Jean Koenig and Sherr1 1\lcCormack. Address all communications to Ofllee of Campus Publications, Room 1070, Adm. Bldg. Phone WE 8-4131, Ext. 173. Edillng lab. phone ext. 269. "Student reporters gathering news for the Campus Edition of THE TA.\lPA TIMES, will request material direct from Individuals and offices on campus, and the material wlll no& clea.r through the News .Bureau.'' IPolnl 2, University Policy No. 2%, July %5, 1961) . mas vacation starts, Saturday, At the. reception President was declared winner . Dec. 16, it will remain busy. Allen and Mrs. Allen headed Norman Schmidt and navigaSome of the recent highlights the receiving line, assisted by tor F. Wilson Fowler took top of November for faculty mem" Dr. and Mrs. Clarence Clark. ho.nors with an Austin Healey bers was the President's RecepMrs. Clark is president of the followed by Ronald Kell and tion held in the President's USF Women's Club. Mr. and Erylene Pardue in a 1958 MGA, Dining Room of the Uniyerslty Mrs. Robert Dennard and Dean and Ron G . Hickox and Larry Center, Nov. 10, followed by a and Mrs. Sidney French pre-Wium In another MGA. meeting of the Academic Staff, sented guests to the receiving Jer;y Bryant Joel Jackson 1--------------------------' Nov. 15, where Dr. John $line. and Chuck Fish'er finished onC.: Wives Assist two-three, respectively in the Other faculty members imd beauty' contest, judged by Joe faculty . wives assisting with the Carr, curator, and Richard reception included: Mrs. Gene Hunter, assistant professor of Battle, Mrs. John Eger-ton, Mrs. physical education. Frank Mrs. Clyde Hill, The automobiles were judged Mrs. ElUott and Mrs. on the finish, cleanliness of fhe Lewis Mayhew. interior and engine, and safety Also, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon factors. The age of the auto Elarbee, Dr. and Mrs. John mobile was also taken into ac Hicks, Dr. and Mrs. Charles count. . Cole, Dr. and Mrs. Gid Nelson, First Club Project Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Krivanch, Thet sports car day was the Dr. and Mrs. Wendell R.agan, first project undertaken by the and Dr. and Mrs. Roy Srruth. newly club. The 1 Also, Dr. and Mrs. Thomaa group meets 10 a.m. Monday, Stovall, Dr. and Mrs . . John Go-in UC 202, where films related ree, Mrs. Phyllis Marshall, Mis's to the field . are shown. Guest Virginia Getch, Mrs. George speakers frequent the meetings, Miller, Mrs. Calvin Miller, Mrs. and the group is currently t>lan Miles Hardy, Mrs. Chester Ma-ning trips to the Sebring and bon, Mrs. Gilman Hertz, and Daytona races, held during the Mrs . . R. L. Raney. first of next year. The reception was the first Officers include: Joel Jack-all-faculty formal function since son, president, Jerry Bryant, the opening of. the University. vice pre-sident; Jim Bartlett, re-Assembly Held cording secretary; Ron Hickox, At the assembly of the acacorresponding secretary; an d demlc staff, at which there was John Fredly, treasurer. a near 100 per cent turnout, Thirty Members Active -Photos by Jim Hlneboe WHAT'S HOLDING THINGS UP? USF sports ear enthusiasts go through a final cheek-point center preliminary to beginning the first leg of the 7Q-mile course-run of the Sunday rally held on campus. The rally, sponsored by the Sports Car Club, was entered by 21 drivers and their navi gators. Checker Jim Bartlett gives Jim Vastine and Jay the go-ahead while John Fredley in his Volkswagen and Joel Jackson in his Sprite wait patiently. President Allen explored the The active group of thirty various ways faculty members members are seeking additional may expect to be paid. once the students interested in "promot University on the trimes-ing knowledge and -epjoyment ter system. . of automobiles in competition -Photo b:r Nelson Medina President Allen said he anand use. An other . All St 4 DID PROF. HUNTER TELL A GOOD ONE . ticipated faculty members work rally is planned for other entry, totaled 37 pomts. M,;ur;{: ::::::::::.:::::: 3 0 1.000 1 .750 1 .750 2 .500 ing approximately 5 semesters . FOOTBALL . Other of the . win-Disciples , ............... 3 From the laughter shown here during the recent faculty reception and dance out of six or 2.5 semesters a A full slate of seven games is mng team were Vic Malozl, Al::::::::.::::::: i it looks like Prof. Richard Hunter just dropped one of his better JOkes. From left year. It appeared that most fac scheduled again for this week, Ian and Ray Graham. AI. I-W ................. 1 t ht M R' h d H t M All n President Allen Mrs Clarence Clark ulty members now on a 10 with two contests opening play . The Tn-Sls won eight games AI. Iv-w 1 0 o rig , rs. IC ar un er, rs. e ' ' . month plan could look forward this afternoon Alpha-IIIW and m the round-robin volleyball ciEo ................. .. (who seems to be enjoying the subject), Dr. Clarence Clark, Prof. Hunter, Mrs. to some increase ranging from Arote meet and the Mauers event involving Defphi, Fides, Results R b t D d d Mr J n Mccarthy " F1'a a d th n e F'd f' Alpha II-W 14, Enotas o . . n 2 .500 3 .250 3 .250 4 .000 In a later report covermg afternoon at 4 :30 p.m. 1shed second w1th six wms.. u H N B •t• h E h•b•t action of the Board of Control ,Other games this week, all co-t:D BOWLING -:;:;::::::=:=======::::; umhorous eW rl IS X I I ii ' Sop istication cent increase over their present All stars-Alpha 1-W, Tuesday; Kiss '!-nd Miss ............... 12 a S G II pay if they worked tpe full 3 Alpha U-Epelta and ClEO In New Play H •Its u F a ery . Skeeters, Wednesday; and AI-Untouchables ................ 10 10 Pres1dent Allen . mdicated, pha IV-W-Disciples, Thursday. Three Marks . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . 8 12 Tryouts for the next play to however, the 11 and 20 per .cent Enotas take the week off. . . . . were averages and" not across HORSE FANCIERS ry Bennafield, 187. be produced by the Peninsular An exhibition of Brihsh Cont Constructiv1sts ubhze mate the board increases . As to any The USF Horse Fan'ciers Club -Unpre-Players, "The Importance of Be-structivist Art is now open at rials. as metrls and change for those now on 12-annqunced plans for its first FOOTBALL STANDINGS ing Earnest," were he 1 d last the University Gallery. plashes_ 10 their. natura state, month contracts, the picture meeting of the year, Thursday, Division I . dependmg upon mherent physi. was a bit muddied. N 30 t 2 m n uc 221 w Tuesday and Wednesday. Th1s The exhibition, organized by cal properties and the effect of Alonzo Speaks ov. • a. p . 1 . t Enotas .................. 3 L Pet. 1 .750 1 .666 1 .666 hi t . t d d '11 b th 1 t't t f c t mporary 1' ht t th 'd The club 1s concentratmg 1 s AI. IIIW ............... 2 sop s 1ca e com e y w1 e e _ns 1 u e o on e 1g mg o express e1r 1 eas University women held their efforts on acquiring new mem................... 2 directed by Jack Cl:>y, assistant Arts m London, and selected.by through art. monthly program, Nov. 20, at b d t h1'ng the begin-DAevtils ................... 2 2 .500 7 th I t at nat Cooperation . . h B ers an eac re e ................... 1 professor of. fine arts, and will e . ern. 10 . . Objects in the exhibitiOn vary the Las Novedades, w ere rau-ners the art of riding. Epella .................. 1 be his first production on USF Admm1strahon, 1S travehng to in sille and materials. Of the 30 lio Alonzo, principal of Jeffer-Although the club's goal . of AI. II ....... iii. i liiri 'ii 1 2 .333 3 .250 3 .250 campus. m us e u m s and centers pieces being shown, 10 are conson High School, spoke on "The acquiring horses for campus use " • w L Pet. Among the many students try-throughout Umted States structions and 20 are three-di Spanish Character of Tampa." has not been realized plans call\jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiilliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ing out were some members of the ausp1ces of the Amermensional wurks 'mounted on The big events for December for free riding off -cam the Tampa Little Theater group. 1can of Arts._ pescribed as "environwill be University Women's pus for club members in the The readings were done to a Interest m use m natu:e, the Club Chnstmas. Dinner, Dec. near future. Lessons include be background of chatter about the of modern matenals, and mte-tions and mob1les are highly 15, at the Umvers1ty Cent':[ ginning advanced English and Most of the people doing gration of art with architecture to light and the artists Ballroom. Husbands and western' ' reading hammed up their have produced this have _advantage. of the will be invited. SPORTS DAY lines with comedy and "high style called The play of hghtmg, changmg pat An independent athletic club society" accents. University Gallery showmg will terns of highlights, transparenUC CommitteeS clinched the first Intramural ADVERTISEMENT include works by Victor cies, reflections and shadows. activity points of the year, TriSTOPS ASTHMATIC CHOKING QUICKLY Asthma comes from allergic, toxic and nervous disorders, etc., but the cause of the asthmatic choking or attack i1 the inflammation o the brgnchlal tubu. This inflam• mation reduces the diameter of the bronchial tube• and the free and normal passage of air. .Asthma sufferers must stop the alo tack to prevent choking. To get rid of the tightness in the cheat, the bronchial inflammation must first be eliminated. A formula hal been perfected that quickly atop1 the inflam)llation of the bronchial tubes, lets you expel phlegm and breathe freely. NEOASMA is the name of thia wonderful product that comes in ea&y to take tablets, in1ividually cellophane wrapped for your cono venience . .Ask for .•• it quickly relieves Asthma chokins and chest tightness. ' NEOASMA relieves asthma attacks. more, John Ernst, Stuart GilThe University Gallery will Activate USF Sis topped all other entries in bert, Anthony Hill and _Kenneth be open weekdays a a.m. to 10 the first girls' volleyball play-and Mary. art1sts cur p.m.; Saturdays 8:30 a.m . to w•th p •ectS day, and USF sports clubs renti;r achve m thiS .movement 12:30 p.m., and Sundays 2 to I rol showed their best as the Nov. and 1ts development m England 10 p.m. The exhibit will conThe U n i v e r s it y Center's 22 All-Campus Sports Day went since 1951. tinue through December 8. dance, music, and movie comdown in the record book. Various materials and tex-mittees have announced a varie-The All Stars took first, tures are used by the construeJournai•IStS ty of activities for students in fourth, seventh, and eighth tivist to "build" rather than the coming week. places in the 1lh mile cross paint each work. Continuous, diRegi•Ster for The dance committee is holdcountry turkey trot to crawl mensional surfaces s u c h as ing a Ski Lodge D a n c e this away with all honors. The indi-those found in conventional W •t• Cl Saturday night from 9 to 12 p.m. vidual award went to Bruce painting and sculpture, are rl I ng ass in uc Ballroom. Everett, who finished first for Often replaced by open visible J 1 . t d t d th Th1s dance has been planned the 'Stars in 6 minutes. • ourna 1sm s u en s an o er t d t structures assembled by the students wishing to work on the as a . s ag ance o Enotas Eked Out artist. staff of the Cam us Edition of meetmg new mterestmg The lost first place by ----======-===----1 Th T T' P d . th people. Dress will be casual one pomt, 21-20 . ClEO, the only ADVERTISEMENT ampa 1mes urmg. e
PAGE 3

\ Th 100 h d ( ( h Th A h u Monday, November :t1, 1961 • • • rows m.p. ., an • • • an ate em nyw ere. M --------1 . / Warmath Isn't I Graves Must Defense Mira-Miller Combo I .. W math said yesterday he has no By TOM McEWEN in his mouth slowly. "I don't ing the Northwestern win Fri-runs like a halfback . " ida's current pass defense Beaver and Florida's ends, inadequate pa ss defense and interest in the coaching job Times Sport Editor know. We'll just have to get day night, called Key West For the record, Miller has should be frightening enough plus guard Larry Travis' best off-target passing, the Tiger at Mississippi State. AUBURN, Florida coach out there this week and try sophomore Mira "the best broken every existing pass-to send most Gator alumni effort of the year, prevented talent that stood above all Warmath had been men-Ray Graves and scout Jimmy to get up for this last one, young quarterback I have receiving record at Miami, absolute disaster. others in the sum-up was the Dunn did not mince their one more big effort." seen," and Miller, the senior for a year and for a career. fishing next weekend. The Peculiarly, F 1 or ida's deability to pull off the big tioned last week by a south words in facing up to the Ordinarily, Graves would end All-America candidate, Against Northwestern t h e Gator defense against Auburn fense was stiffer in the final third-down play. ern source as the top candiproblems before them at use the well-worn cliche that "is by far the best end we've nine receptions he made was permitted 11 completions in period than at any other time Repeatedly the Gators held date for the post , which he Gainesville this week: Miami coach Andy Gustafson faced." a game record. Now, he's 22 attempts for 126 yards, during the game and therein Auburn for two downs with left to come to Minnesota. 1. How to kindle some Gaused today, that "records Dunn clearly was taken by caught 41 passes this year plus, untold yards by quar-lay the only point Coach sizable yardage. Almost _as "This is mY home. In the tor spirit for a face-saving don't count in this one," but the M-M combination . "Mira for 586 yards, for his career, terback Bobby Hunt who abGraves could find to praise, often, Auburn made the big past three or four years I've ];>est effort against an obviGraves obviously felt that rec-throws all his passes about 100 passes for 1,394 yards. stained on passing frequently except for individual per-third down work. had chances to move -but ously superior Miami team: ords do count and it was ap100 miles an hour, about 10 Gustafson calls him one of for first down runs. Auburn formances, by Beaver, halfHow then was Florida able 1 like it here," Warmath said. 2. How to defense against parent he felt the severe, defeet off the ground, whether the three greatest football receivers made two unusual back Haygood Clarke, Don His contract has been ex-the passing combination of cisive, spirit-sapping defeat at it's a screen pass or a 40player's he's ever coached. catches. In all other instances Ringgold for his superior to manage 15 quick points? fended through the 1962 George Mira and Bill Miller Auburn may have used up the yarder. And Miller, he can The other two were named they faked Gator defenders punting that may well have The Clark 8 0-yard touchson. when better teams than Flor-last of this year's supply of catch t h em anywhere, no Doc Blanchard and G I en n out of their jerseys. held down the score, and down run on a punt return ida haven't been able to do Gator morale. matter how many defenders. Davis and they played for Meanwhile Florida's line Lindy Infante's r u n n in g. was a case of a plan working it. Dunn, meanwhile, who has That's not all, when Miller the Army. was thoroughly beaten by AuWhen he had room. to perfection. It was pre"Our morale is way down," watched Miami play a halfcatches the pass, he'll kick The prospect of Mira an d burn's offensively a n d deBesides the advantage of arranged, practiced, "two or CANADIAN :_cL_U. "Th. e . best' ... said Graves, spinning a cigar dozen times this year, includloose a couple of tackles. He Miller working against Flor-fensively. Only tackle Jim Auburn's better line, Florida's three times a week," said Backfield Coach Pepper RodJUST MATTER OF TIME Mist lifting On Bowl Pix By Associated Press The battle for the post-season bowl spots comes off the gridiron and into eight committee conference rooms at as many sites today, with Alabama's final bid for a flock of honors and the annual war between Army and Navy this weekend tempo.rarily sidetracked. Only the * * * 'Bama Expected To Accept Sugar Bowl Bid Orange Bowl committee has fin ished its work, having Colorado and Louisiana State set for its Jan. 1, 1962 extravaganza. A few technicalities remain to have the pair signed, Sealed and delivered, but these are aca demic. NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 27 Now it remains for the Rose Top ranked Alabama is ex-Bowl commitee to tap Ohio pected to announce acceptance State as an opponent for UCLA of a bid to meet Arkansas in the in the Rose Bowl for the Cot Sugar Bowl after Saturday's ton Bowl Committee to select season-ending game . with AuMississippi to face Texas, and burn. for the Sugar Bowl committee The Crimson Tide, undefeat-to sweat out 'Barna's game ed and untied in nine games, against Auburn before inviting can't make any firm bowl com-it to play Southwest Conference mitment until it finishes its co-champ Arkansas in New Or season. But Coach Paul (Bear) leans. Bryant said Saturday that AlaThese three are pretty well bama preferred to play in the decided on pairings , with 'Barna Sugar Bowl at New Orlearis on Coach Bear Bryant, havfng de Jan. 1. cided on the Sugar Bowl if Missouri Nixes picked, still trying to get a per fect 10-0 season, plus a share Any Bowl Offer of the Southeastern Conference C6LUMBIA, Mo., Nov. 27 (JP) title with LSU and most likely -The University of Missouri the top spot in the final As won't accept any invitations to sociated Press poll the follow play in a football bowl game, ing week, bringing with it the Athletic Director Do.n Faurot national championship. said yesterday. Gator Bowl Faurot had said earlier that Georgia Tech is already in Mtssomi received feelers from the Gator Bowl, but that com the Gotham Liberty and Blue-mittee must pick between Mi bonnet Bowis. ami (Fla.), a Friday night winColorado, Big Eight cham-ner over pion was chosen Saturday for Penn State, which beat Pitt the Orange Bowl. 47-26. The Hurricanes wind up against Florida this week, may get the nod, having beaten Penn State 25-8 earlier in the season. Racing Now! Each Night • • • 8:15 WELCOME MINOR LEAGUE CONVENTION SEE ME IN ACTION TONIGHT AT SULPHUR SPRINGS ALSO THE WORLD'S FASTEST GREYHOUNDS SPEtJIAL TROPHY RACE TUESDAY Night Honoring Minor League Convention DAILY DOUBLE 1ST-2ND RACE QUINIELAS EACH RACE ENJOY THE RACES FROM RUSTY'S ROOST DELUXE CLUBHOUSE With Missouri having elim inated itself from any bowl con sideration after a 10-7 loss to Kansas' Jayhawks and with Syracuse already in the Liberty Bowl, there remains a pool of bowl eligibles that must fill the both spots in the Bluebonnet, Gotham and National Trophy Bowls, and the other spot in Philadelphia's Dec. 16 Liberty affair. These include: Auburn, Kan sas, Utah State, Wyoming, Rice, Duke, and Maryland, in addi tion to Penn State and Miami. Kansas has a blanket invita tion to the Gotham, Dec. 9 in New York, and is also a Liberty favorite, along with Duke . Au burn has been given the nod by Washington's Dec. 30 National Trophy affair. Neither have ac cepted. Ohio State jumped to the head of the Rose Bowl line with a crashing 50-20 victory over Michigan which wrapped up the Big Ten title as Minne sota lost to Wisconsin 23-21. UCLA won the Big Five title and the host spot with a 10-7 victory over Southern Cali fornia. GB Likes Penn St. For Bowl JACKSONVILLE, Nov. 27 (UP Sources close to the Gator Bowl selection commit tee told United Press Inter national Yellterday that Penn State tops the list of contend ers for a bid to play Georgia Tech in the annual Gator Bowl football game. Penn State is one of three teams still being considered by the selection committee to play against the Yellow Jack ets here Dec. 30. The other two teams being considered are the University of Miami, Fla., and the Uni versity of Missouri. Penn State appears to be the most seriously considered of the three. The selection committee leans toward teams from the South and East. The committee met yester day In an urgent session after the University of Maryland was defeated Saturday by Vir ginia. The Terps had been of fered the bid and had ac cepted, on condition they beat Virginia. Telephone calls were made to all three universities under consideration, but a commit tee spokesman said there was no response to the calls. Georgia Tech was selected to play in the annual post season game earlier. * * JIMMY DUNN • • • scouting repod * * RAY GRAVES ••• eyes Miami Notes and Quotes BUT FUTURE BLEAK FSU looking Towards '62 By JOE MICHAELS Times Sports Correspondent TALLAHASSEE-The future looks bleak indeed for the Florida State University Seminoles.., After a good start in which the Seminoles dreamed of their best big time season ever, the bubble burst and the Seminoles ended up with a losing season. And look ing ahead there is mostly black clouds, with just a glimmer of a silver lining. The season ended Saturday in Houston, Texas with a sound 28-8 shellacking by the Houston Cougars. The whipping was much worse than the score in dicates. Big bright spots of this sea son were an early season tie Peterson Feely AUBURN , Ala . -Auburn lenson said only: "I'm getting with Florida and a 3-0 win over coach Shug Jordan had a tired of complimenting the Georgia. At one point, with a word of praise for a few in-other team's line. But, we 3-1-1 record, Seminole hopefuls dividual Gators, taking the have to face facts. " Then he were dreaming of a 7-2-1 sea most time with tackle Jim complimented the Tigers • • • son, at worst a 6-3-1, but the all of the six big games next Beaver, an all-SEC candidate . Halftime entertainment was bubble was punctured . year-the SEC opponents and "I think," said Jordan, who is handled entJrely by the Au they got bopped by V1rg1ma . . . d a keen observer of linemen, . burn Band. High point cam; Tech and burst altogether when Miami-Will be playe . away "he's the best tackle we've seen when the band formed a conMississippi Southern ruined from home. The Semmoles this year" ..• Florida assist-federate stars and bars with their homecoming. haven't won a game on the ant c o a c h Jimmy Dunn a limping, bandaged Rebel Looking ahead to 1962 is lit-road since 1959. The other watched the Miami High-Misoldier in the center and the co.nsolation. th': Semfour will be at home. gers. Clark took the punt at his 20, moved ahead as if into the teeth of three onrushing Tigers, then cut back to his right and followed magnifi cent interference, including a great block at the 30 by end Russ Brown. Clark never ran particularly fast at any time, He followed the interference and used a personal hip slide to take the last man, Bo Davis. "It was a call to the right," said the big sophomore from Miami. "I was to get behind the wall and stay there. It formed and I got back of it all the way. It was my biggest personal thrill, if you can have a thrill in a game that we lose like this." The other Gator touchdown came because Auburn ex pected Batten to pass. This was the first real series of plays. The draw off the fake pass shook Infante for 50 yards, got 18 the other way with Hoover and then on the last two plays of the four it took to go 79 yards, the Ga tors got their best offensive blocking on straight plays. They were not to do this again all of that long (3lh hours) afternoon, d uri n g which, Auburn Coach Sbug Jordan said, "It was a shame people had to pay $5 to watch the officials perform." He was referring to 25 pen alties. "But," he added, "I knew with all the publicity about the Alabama-Tech elbowing last week that the flags would be flying here." ami Edison prep game last band playing Dixie. Two rnamoles next year w1ll be stx real . . . Thursday and observed. "I jorettes followed him with a toughies-Florida, Miami, GeorThe Silver to which , believe there are more col-banner proclaiming: "Forget, gia, Georgia Tech, Kentucky coaches are reachmg for hope-lege scouts looking at high Hell!" . • . Florida coaches and Auburn. Sandwiched in fully, is that most of the 1961 school players there than in are more than a little bit will be extra t ough Houston regulars including the entire any comparable city in the worried about the grades of again plus three "our size . ' . . United States. They were some of the varsity players teams" Virginia Tech Furman offensive backfield, will return from everywhere. I counted and an unusually large num-and The Citadel. ' next year. They will be aug nearly 20 college representa-ber of freshmen ••. Florida The Tribe ended their season mented by a most promising tives" ..• Asked for a comis considering considering, with a 4-5-1 record, slightly im-freshman team and possibly by ment after the Auburn game, mind you, not planning proved over the 1959 record of th turn of hard running half Florida line coach Gene El-using the three-team system. 3-6-1. To make matters worse, e re ______________ __;:;_ ______ _:_ __ _:_ ____________ ..:.lback Keith Kinderman who was 'Bald Eagle' By Associated Press Yelverton Abraham Tittle, like the fabled Rumpelstilskin, has a n a m e that's virtually impossible to remember. But his exploits are bard to forget. Acquired in an Aug. 15 trade that caused little stir, Tittle has been the No. 1 of fensive weapon for the New York Giants in a series of stunning triumphs, the latest a 27-21 w a 11 o p in g of the Cleveland Browns yesterday. Tittle, 34 with 12 years ex perience in the National Foot ball League, completed 18 of 27 passes for 253 yards against the B r ow n s and kept the Giants rolling toward the GAITERS GOES OVER -(AP Wirephoto) Rookie halfback Bob Gaiters, who scored two touchdowns for New York yesterday, fights his way over from the one-foot line. WAGMAN ON TRIAL kicked off the team this year in midseason. Peterson, trying not to sound like he was making excuses, points out that lack of depth hurt the Seminoles badly this year. Injuries to key personnel, Eastem Conference title with starting with the first game of their fourth consecutive romp the year, forced a constant and ninth victory in their last shuffle of players from o-ne unit to another and almost com10 games. pletely immobilized the third Under the Bald E a g I e' s unit. guidance, the revitalized New Peterson says he still believes York offense bas accounted in the three team system and hopes that some promising for an amazing 170 points in freshmen will give him the the last four games as the depth he needs next year. Giants built and maintained a Among the most promising onegame lead over the deplayers who will graduate this fending league c h a m p i o n year are defensive end Fred Philadelphia Eagles . Grimes and outstanding safety The Eagles kept pace yesman Roy Bickford. Other let terday, whipping the Dallas termen who won ' t return in Cowboys 35-13 behind Sonny elude end Jim Daniel, tackles Jurgensen's five touchdown Don Donatelli, Steve Klesius passes. They still have three and Joe Verbinski, guard Frank games left, including a Dec. Brancesco and center Larry 1 10 meeting with the Giants Hood. at Philadelphia. Number two fullback Paul Here's the way the t i g h t Andrews is the only offensive race looks at a glance: letterman who will not return. w L T Pet. QB On paper the 1962 Seminoles & :m 1 look real good-until you take Cleveland .... 7 4 o .636 2 -another look at the paper and Bay, Philadel-see that schedule. phia, Cleveland Philadelphia -Pittsburgh, New York, Detroit. Cleveland -Dallas, Chicago, New York. In the Western Conference, Green Bay, 17-9 winner over Detroit Thursday, h o 1 d s a commanding lead over the Lions and San F r a n c i s c o 49ers, tied for the runnerup spot at 6-4-1. The Packers, at 9-2, can wrap it up with one more victory, and meet the Giants at Milwaukee next. The 49ers remained in con tention by beating Minnesota 38-28 yesterday. In o t h e r games, Chicago edged Los An g e I e s 28-24, B a 1 t i m o r e thumped Washington 27-6 and Pittsburgh nipped St. Louis 30-27. . Milt Plum got two scores for Cleveland with 43 and 15-yard tosses to Ray Renfro. ALL STAR WRESTLING TOMORROW ARMORY 8:30 P.M. UNITED STATES . TAG TEAM TinE MATCH CHAMPS TARO MYAKI and 1Cage Fix1 Trial Begins TOJO MYAKI YAMAMOTO, JAPAN vs. NEW YORK, Nov. 27 (JP) (JP) -Trial of Aaron Wag man, 29-year-old convicted football fixer accused of brib ery and attempted bribery in the college basketball scan dal, is scheduled to begin in general sessio ns court today. The grand jury investigat ing the basketball scandal, that numbers 37 players from 22 colleges, returned an in dictment last April 27 naming Wagman on 37 counts of con spiracy, bribery and attempt ed bribery. If convicted, Wagman could receive a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison or be fined $10,000 on each count. District Attorney Frank Ho gan, who also investigated the first major basketball scandal in 1950 , charged at the time of the indictment that Wagman allegedly paid bribes totaling $14,250 to various college players in an attempt to f i x basketball games. When he was arrested last March, the young New York er was free on bail pending an appeal from a conviction on charges of attempting to pay a player $1,500 to fix a football game between Flor ida State in 1960. He was arrested March 17 here along with Joseph Hack en of New York, who later was indicted on 17 counts of bribery and attempted brib ery and is awaiting triaL In Hogan's investigation, in dictments have been returned against nine persons. All but one of the 37 players cited received immunity from pros ecution in return for t b e i r testimony. The indictment of Wagman brought the names of the fol lowing college players into the scandal: Frank Majewski, Jack Egan and Vince Kempton of St. Joseph's (Pa.l; Glenn Cross and Pete Kelly of Connecticut; Dick Fisher and Ed Test of Tennessee; Ed Bowler of LaSalle; Jerry Graves of Mississippi State, and Lou B r own of North Carolina. Indicted with Wagman as co-conspirators w e r e Bill Minnerly, captain of Connecti cut's football team in 1960; two former Alabama basket ball Jerry Vogel and Dan Quindazzi, and Joseph Green of New York, described as a close associate of Wag man's. Minnerly was granted im munity. Green subsequently was indicted by the grand jury, the term of which was eventually e x t e n d e d to Dec. 29. Hogan said the players mentioned in the indictment allegedly accepted or agreed to accept sums ranging from $750 to $1,500 each. EDDIE GRAH,AM and DICK STEI'HBORH REMATCH TO FINISH NICK & JERRY KOZAK VS. JAN MADRID AND PAUL DE GALLES TONY NERO vs. IJLL DROMO C. LAYE. vs. RITO CARREON TICKETS ON SALE IN ADVANCE AT SPORTATORIUM 106 North Albany Phone 255-0531 or Cigar Stand Thomas Jefferson Hotel ••• Open Sunday 10 A.M. 6 P.M. Phone 229-5571 • ROTARY BLADE SHAVE . R (AC/DC) 110-220 ... NEW NORELc o 'FLOATING-HEAD' SPEEDSHAVER • 'Floating-heads' hug every curve of your facEd • Adjust automatically to beard density! • Rotary Blades take pinch-and-pull out of shaving! • Give the world ' s most comfortable shaves! Choose from these Rotary Blade Shavers for men ••• for women NEW 'flip-top' Speedahaver.• II 0 v. only. (AC/DC). FO_ R THE LADIES • • • .. the Lady Norelco. Two-tone misty pink and gray, with case. (AC/DC). The CoqueHe. Lipstick-shaped. Pretty, pink and perfumed, lAC/DC). Priced to fit every purse I See lnem demonstrated on TV I NORTH AMERICAN PHILIPS COMPANY, Inc. 100 East -42nd Street, New York 17, New York. Norelco is known as PhiliShave in Canada and throughout the rest of the free world. •

PAGE 4

12 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, November 27, I 961 Lakeland WITH MOBILE OPEN 11 To Do lt'...:..Brewer (Continued From Page 10) the league resulted in the decision that the FSL would not operate with seven teams in 1962. 8:30 P.M. MOBILE, Ala., Nov. 27 (JP)packed finish. after starting the round a stroke ''I knew I had to do it," Gay The steady-nerved B r ewer back. Brewer was five under Brewer Jr. admjtted' with a grin said .. he had been keeping up, par going into the par four, _42013-WINDOW ON MAIN STREET, CBS. A young boy's let ter to the editor of the Millsburg paper asks, "Who Start ed God?" Robert Young stars as author Cam Brooks. after he sank 15.f t bi di and knew what the score was yard 18th and needed a b1rd1e to a 00 r e yesterday. take the match. Lakeland is the first to add to the league since the close of the season, but McKechnie announced that five o:r six more cities arc also interested in getting into the circuit. 9 P.M. putt .on the 18th hole to win the He referred to the fact that The 29-year-old Crystal River, Mobile Open Golf Tournament Johnny Pott finished ahead of Fla. pro dropped his approach by one s t r o k e in a tension-him with a fine 6-under-par 66 shot on the downhill side of the 13-DANNY THOMAS SHOW, CBS. Danny sets out to teach guest. star Jimmy Durante how to behave at a banquet for Jimmy's niece, Carla (Gina Genardil. Spartans (Continued From Page 10) just hit the flag in the end zone for the two points." Huerta will tell you that the tl,!rning point was Marier's run. Maier, a freshman from Wildwood, clutched the kick off at his own 11, weaved through the entire Wofford rushing wall, and was pulled down after almost eluding the only man between him and pay dirt, Bob Roma. "We definitely got the big plays during the game," said Huerta. "When we went into the dressing room at half time, I had a heckuva time keeping them in there. We had to quiet them down to give them our defensive Traders (Continued From Page 10) month to stock the two new clubs, the Colts and the New York eMts. The Colts paid $75,000 for the 29-year-old Californian. Yesterday' s legislative spot light was centered on the rules committee which re jected a proposal to lega lize the spitball. The vote of the nine-man committee was eight against the spitter's return and one for it. The lone favor able vote was cast by Cal Hubbard, supervisor of the American League umpires. Hubbard was acting on be half of League President Joe Cronin, who sponsored the proposal. Cronin was sup ported by Commissioner Ford Frick. Rules committee Chairman Jimmy Gallagher, in announc ing the decision, said: "There was very little sen timent for the spitball's re turn. There didn't seem to be any great need to give the pitchers a n o t h e r weapon. You've got more home runs but the batting averages don' t seem to be getting any bet ter. Also, a majority of the members seemed to feel that another pitch, especially a strange one, might foul up the young pitchers." changes." For the first 17 minutes, Tampa! ooked like the 1959 and 1960 teams . . . plagued with a bad case of jitters, in experience, and the age-old ncmesis-fumblities. "Since we had so many in juries, we didn't scrimmage at all last week," said Huerta. "So when Wofford came out in an extra-wide s p 1 i t , we were l i n i n g up in our own holes sometime. It confused them for awhile. '!'hen, when they adjusted, we were all right." Wofford Coach Conley Sni dow, dejectedly stated:: Tam pa has a good club . . . no doubt about that. We had our chances , but blew them. And that dadblamed cheer leader of our ... " Snidow didn't elaborate, but he was referring to an un sportsmanlike conduct penalty lilte in the third quarter that cost Wofford 15 yards and possession of the hall. The penalty evolved when a 15-yard penalty was c a 11 e d against the Terriers for rough ing kicke1 Charlie Rose. The head W o f f o r d cheerleader yelled through his megaphone: "Kill the referees." Taking offense, the red penalty flag shrouded t h e cheerleader's vociferous opinion • • • and the Wofford attack. "This is the greatest group of boys I have evr!r been as sociated with," said Huerta. And from their play-re f 1 e c t e d by the heretofore missing "school spirit" of the partisan crowd H u e r t a wasn't just responding to a 'heat of the moment' situa tion. He meant every word of it. Results NEW YORK-Peter Fuller's Hills borough (54.40) won 555,000 display handicap at Aqueduct. New Orleans-Red Cent (S12) won Crescent City handicap at Fair grounds. Pawtucket, R.I. Corporal Bingo CS16) captured feature at NRTragan sell Park. Coral Gables-Blue Tassle (6.70) won $11,375 Alligator Stakes for 2-year-olds at Tropical Park. San Bruno, Cali. -Favored Native Diver ($2.60) romped by 6< lengths in El Camino Handicap at Tanforan. 41 YEARS OF PROGRESS WITH TAMPA M. E. WILSON CO. Every Branch of and BONDS The Hartford Agents 404 FRANKLIN ST. PHONE 229 green 15 feet from the pin. He addressed the ball briefly and then rolled it into the cup for a closing 66. This gave him a card of 6966-74-66-275 for 72 holes of play over the 6,800-yard Mobile municipal course where par is 36-36-72. Brewer picked up $2 , 000 for his second tournament victory of the year and boosted llls offi cial earnings to $26,249. Pott of Shreveport, La., fin ished with a 70-69-71-66-276 to take second place and $1,500. He also came in second last year. , Defending champion Arnold Palmer and Doug Sanders of Opai, Calif., tied for third, five strokes back of Pott, and re ceived $1,100. each. Sanders had the hottest closing round, a 65. This gave him a card reading 74-71-65-281. Palmer wound up with a 72-79-79-69-281. Palmer played the front nine in 33, only to find he had lost a stroke to Brewer's 32. Then Sanders did it in 30 to tie the course competitive record. He had four birdies and an eagle. McKechnie and Herb Smith, president of the St. Peters burg Saints and last year's FSL vice president, have both been reelected to their league offices. The state league already includes the Tampa Tarpons, a Cincinnati affiliated club which last season . won the overall league championship; St. Petersburg. --The Beachcomber Ed 7:45-Mr. Ed 8:00-Natlonal Velvel 8: 15--Natlonal Velvet 8 :30-Prlce Is Righi (e) 8 :45-Prlce Is Right (c) 9:00-Anti-Communism 9:15--AntiCommunbm 9:30-Anti-Communism 9:45--Anti-Communlsm 10:00-Thril!er 10:15--Thriller 10:45-ThrUier 12:00-Jack Paar (c) 1 2:15-Jack Paar (c) 1.2:30-Jack Paar (c) WTVT-TV Tampa <:Jhannel 1S WSUN-TV St. Petersburg Channel 38 Monday Evening WDBO-TV Orlando Channel I Pulse News Poise News Paise Edllorial CBS News ABC Eve. Report Cb. 8 Newsroom News, Spts., Wlbr Wtb., Mlleslon01 Silent Service 1\Ir. Ed Silent Service. Mr. Ed Cimarron City Cimarron City Cimarron City Cimarron Cltr Expedlllon Expedition Cheyenne Cheyenne Pete and Gladys Cheyenne Pete and Gladys Cheyenne Window 011 Main The Rifleman Window on l\fain The Rifleman Danny Thomas Danny Thomas Andy Griffith Andy Griffith Surfside Sis: Surfside Sl:r:: Surfside Six Surfside Sl:r:: Hennese,. Ben Casey Hennese1 . Ben Casey I've Got A Secret Ben Casey I've Got A Secret. .Ben, Casey Night Show Night Show. Nlghl Show ABC Final Rpt. lnt'l Theater lnt'l Theater Inl'l Theater Int'l Theater Jnt'1 Theater Int'1 Theater Direst Dour :Edwardo To Tell Truth To Tell Truth Pete and Gladys Pele and Gladys Wind. on Malo 81. Wind. on Main Danny Thomas Danny Thomas Andy Griffith Andy Griffith Benne8eY Hennesey Beachcomber Beachcomber News News, Weather Hollywood Movie Hollywood Movie Hollywood Movie Hollywood Mnle Off lhe Air Tue. sday Morning 6:00-RFD Florida 6:15-Good Morning 6:30-Cont. Clasum. (e) 6:45-Cont. Classrm. (e) 7:00-Today 7:15--Today 7:80-Today 7: 41>--TodaJ Collere of Air College of Air Florida Farmer Florida Farmer Good Day Good Day Good Day Good Day Off.lhe Air Off the Air Off the Air Off the Air Off the Air Off the Air Oft the Al.r Offthe.Air Off the Air Wea.iher, Newa Collete of Atr Collere of Air Movies Movie a l\lovies Movies 1. Hobby Kinf 5. Hada Dream 4. Ballet Star B. R.K.'s Beverly FIFTH RACE-Five-sixteenths mile Grade B: Beauty •. TTooddaaJ'y Capt. Test Pattem Capt. Xanr .. roo 2-Patent Mar (5), Jm Keel (8), n Capt. Kangaroo Tesl Pattern Capt. Kanraroo Reina Del Sol c4J. 8:30-Today Capt. Kangaroo Test Pattern Capt. Kanraroo 1. Do You Mind 5. Supreme Queen 2. Real Honey 6. Feature Time .. Elapse (2), HappJ' _;8..;.:_45-:.._T=-:..od:.:•:.:J' _____ _:C:.::ac:p:.:t . .:K::.a:.:n:.:r:.:a::.ro:.:o:__.:T:.:e::s:.:t ::.P.::at.:.:te::.rn:.::.. __ c:.ca..:p_t._K_an...:g:..a_r_oo_ (-.Bir Pitch (6), Lunette (3), Ballet 9:00-Mornlng Movie Jabk LaLaime Test Pattern Romper Room a. Johnny M 7. Cactus Bell 4. Janie Day B. Coro Silver RACE-Three-eighths mileStar (4). 9:15--Mornlnc Movie Jack LaLanne Test, News RRoommppeerr RRo0o0mm 5-J M ( ) F t T' (6) 9:30-Mornlnr Movie Coffee Time Test Pattem Beil f7). ea ure •me ' 9:45-Mornlnr Movie Coffee Time Test Pattern Central Florida 1. Tam arock 5 . Tumbling High 2 . Truly Jet 6. Ski Girl 6-Skl Girl (6), Truly Jet <2>• Jan 10:00-Mornlng Movie Calendar Test Pattem Calendar Cryer 14> 10 M nl M I C I d Test Pattern Calendar 3 . Move Out 7. Rural Actor 4. Jan Cryer 8. Rosey Comet SEVENTH RACE Five-sixteenths F. Jo Ann (6), ;:ur (cl I LoTO Lucr s--Poor Richard (7), Wealthy (1), Your Bunch (c) Mdrning Movie • • n I Love LUCJ' mile-Grade B: 1. Que Sara 5. My Dwight {5), McLish 11 :00-Prlee Is Rlrht (e) Morning Movie The Texan Video Vlllare <7> (c) Boll 2 . Mar Pullet 6. R.F. JoAnn (SJ, Creeker (1), C. B. 11:45-Concentratlon 1\lovle, News Love Th&L Bob Surprise Package 3 . Amazingly 4. I'll Pay Ya 7. Shanda Lear 8. Free Night Sportniks (Continued From Page 10) "Not so," said a Florida coach, "Look at the records: They've been offsides all year." All these spontaneous red herrings aside, the fact remains that Auburn scored more points (32) than any team has against Florida since Rice won 34-14 in 1954 (69 games), more points than any conference team since Kentucky in 1950 when it was 40-6, and more points by any Auburn team against a Gator team since 1946 when it was 47-12 and the Gators went 0-9. And there emerges the horrifying prospect that these superlatives may be surpassed next Saturday when an improv ing Miami team this retrogressing Gator team at Gainesville. Tuesday Afternoon 12:00-Truth or Conseq. Pulse 1\Dd-day Camon!lare 12: 11>--Truth or Con5eq. Pulse 1\lld-day Camouflage Love of Life Love of Life Search Tom'row Guidlnr Licht 12 :3(}--lt Could Be You (c) Search Tomorrow Make a Face 12:41>--lt Could Be You (c) Gutdlng Llghl Make a Face 1:00-Channel 8 Report 1:1.>-Channel 8 Report 1 :30-Best of Grouobo 1:45-Best of Groucho 2 :00-Jan 1\lurr&:r I e) 2:15--Jan Murray (c) 2:30-Loretta Younr 2:45--Loretta Young 3:00-Younr Dr. Malone 3:15--Younr Dr. Malone 3:30-From These Roota 3:45-From These Roots 4:00-Room for Daddy 4 :1!>-Room for DaddY 4:30-Bere's Hollywood 4:45-Here's Hollywood 5:00-Kids Carousel 5:15--Klds Carousel 5:30-Wyatt Earp 5:45-WyaU Earp Lo,•e of Life Love of Life As World Toms As World Turns Password Password Housepartr Houseparty The The Mllllbnaire Verdict Is Yours Verdict Is Yours Brighter Day Secret Storm Edges of Night Edges of Nighl Day In Court Day In Court Florian Zabaeh Florian Zabae h Number Please Number Please Seven Keys Seven KeJ'• I Married Joan I Married Joan As World Turns As World Turns Password Password Housepartr Dousepart:r Queen for Day The Millionaire Queen for Day The Millionaire Who Do You Tr•s Verdie& Is Yonn Who De You Tr's Verdict Is Youn Bandstan4 Bandstand Bandstand Bandsi'd, New1 Brighter Dar Secret Slorm Edre of Nirhl Edre of Night Mary Ellen Show Dancer lily Bust. llnclo Wall Mary Ellen Show Danger My Busl. Kukla, PopeJ• Quick Draw Cleo Quick Dr ow Quick Draw Cleo Quick Draw Prorrams Are As Furnished Br The SlatlODs (c) Color Radio Programs ••• gives you the edge in excitetnent! WFLA 970 NBC WDAE 1250 CBS WSUN 620 ABC WHBO 1050 MBS Sharpest thing on four wheels ••• 'with Cutlass 185h.p. action and bucket seats ••• 'standard at no extra cost! Thsrs• "SOMETHING EXTRA" about owning this OLDS I Extra performance from a zippy 185-h.p. aluminum V-8 engine! The extra personal comfort of sporty foam-padded bucket seats! The extra eye-catching style of its rakish sports motif! And the extra quality and reliability that make the F-85 Cutlass-like eveiy '62 Oldsmobile-a car of superiority! Make a date to put a new Cutlass through its paces today .•• and discover what fun, driving can bel ---SEE THE '62 OLDSMOBILE$ •• , AT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED OLDSMOBILE QUALITY FERMAN OLDSMOBILE CO.. 1307 Grand Central at Willow 7:00-News, Emphasis N'ws, B'n'lt.-B'J'I Adlai Stevenson Off tho Air 7:15-Aibum of llfuslo In Person Adlai Stevenson orr the Air 7 :30-News of World News, Tower Sunny Da.n Off the Air 7 :45-Bouse Call, Oala:r:J Tower Noclume Su.nny DaYI, New Off the Air 8:00-News, Fredericks World Tonight Concert Ball Off the Air 8:15-Carleton Fredericka Tower Nocturne Concert Ball Off the Air 8:30-Galaxy Tower Nocturne Concert Ball Off the Air 8:45--Sen. Smathers Tower Nocturne Concert Ball Off tho Air 9:00-Anti-Commuulsm News. Tower Swing Softly Off the Air 9:15--Anii-Communlsm Tower Nocturne Swing Softlr Off the Air 9:30-Anti-Commuulsm Tower Nocturne Swing Softly Off the Air Tower Nocturne Swlnr Soft!J Off the Air 10:00-News, Emphasis News, Starduster Swing Softly Off the Air 10:15--Galaxy Slardusler Swing Softly Off the Atr 10:30-News 970, Gai&XJ' Starduster Moonbeams Off lhe Air 10:45--Gala.sy, Sports Starduster Moonbeams Off the Air 11:00-News, Galaxy News, Starduster Man About Music Off the Air 11:11>--Gala:rJ Starduster Man About Music Off the Air 11 :30-Stereo Sllhoaetteo Slarduster Man About Musto Off the Air 11:45--Stereo Silhouettes Slarduster Man About Music Off the Air 1.2:00-Slgn Off Slar4uter Mldnlte Sun Off the Air Tuesday Morning 5 :45--Sirenrth of Dar Off lhe Air Sun llp 6:00-News, Serenade News-Daybreak 6:15-Gulf Coast Serenode Daybreak 8:30-Gulf Coa•t Serenade Daybreak 6 :45-Muslc, Flshlnr Daybreak 7:00-News, Serenade News, Sunrber 7:15--Gulf Coast Serenade Sun riser 7:!{0--Names, News Local Newa 7:45--Mornlnr Report Sunrlser 8:00-Weather, News World Newo 8:15-News, Serena.de Sunriser 8:3(}--Gulf Coast Serenade Wth., Sunriser 8:ti>--Sere, Bouse Call Sanrlser 9 :00-News, Emphaola 9:15--Serenade 9 :30-News 970, Ser'ade 9:45--Rorer Bennett 10:00-News, Part,. 10:15--Part:r Line 10 :30-E mphasls-Trader 10:45--Trlangle Trader 11 :00-News-Encore 11 :15--Encore 11 :30-Emphasls-New• 11 :45--Encore News, Sun riser Sun riser Wth., Sunrlser Prlscllla Parker Arthur Godfrey Arthur Godfrer Arthur Godfrey Godfrey Houseparty Bouseparty Garry Moore Clooney-Crosby News, Sun Up San Up Sun llp Sun tlp, News News, Sun Up Sun llp Sun Up SunUp Sun Up Sun Up Sun llp Sun Up, News Breakfast Clul> Breakfast Clah Breakfast Club Breakfast Club Small World Small World Small World Small World Small World Small World Small World Small World Tuesday Afternoon 12:00-Newo-Farm Hour News, Noontlmer 12:15--WFLA Farm Hour Noontlmer Paul B rvey H:;JO-Know Your Enemy Woman's Wash. Noon edler 12:45--StaUoo Break Noonllmer File 62 1:00-News, Empba.•l• News, Noontimer Flair Rhapsod:r 1:45-Rhap•ody Noonllmer Flair 011 the Air Off the Air Farm New• Bolton, Newa Bob Ross Rendell New1 Bob Ross V. Patrick, Spla. Gospel Musto Bolton , Newa Bob Ross MeC'mlck, Newa Southerners Qt. McC'mlck, News B.McWilllama News. Warren B.MoWUilanur Sinriser, Newa B.llleWIIIlams MeC'mlck. Newo B. McWilliams Dr. Roylllason Slar Time B. My'son, New• B. McWIUiams Cedric Foster Frolics News, J. Gordon Air Force Show 2:00--Bomemaker's Club News, Tower 2:15-Bomemaker's Clu'b Tower Review 2:30-Emp., News, Rhap. Jnfor'tlon Central News, Rhap. Tower Review Home & Highway Fulton Lewis Jr. Home & Hllfhway Hymns Home & Highway Warren, News Music, News Btu Polk 3:0G-News, Bennett News, Tower 3:15--Roger Bennett Tower Review Home & Hirhway Coslello, Newa Home & Rlrhway Memor:r Trail Home & Highway 1\farvin, Newa 3:3(}--Emphasls, Bandat'4 Mao In Paris 3:45-Bandstand 970 Tower Review Mustc, News Fu.n Break 4 :00-News, Bandstand 4: 15-Bandsland 970 >1:30-News 970, Bandatd. 4 :45-Bandstand 970 5:oo-Newa, Bandstand 5:15--Bandsland 970 5:3(}--Busness, Newo 970 5:45-Speclal Edition News, Tower Tower Review Sidelights Tower ReYlew Home & BJgbwa7 Warren, New• Borne & Ulghway Bill Polk Home & Blchway Bill Stern, Sph. Music, News Bill Polk News, Sundowner Home & BJghwa7 Foster, News Sundowner Home & BlghwaJ Fullon Lewis Jr. Local Newo Home & Highway News, T. Marvin Suudowner Music, New a TV Tonlghl TAMPA STATIONS WFLA WTMP WBBO WZST 970KC 1150 KC 1o:;o KC 1550KC WFLAFM .93.3 MC WDAEFM 100.7 MC WPKM-FM 104 . 7 MC WTVN-FM 88.9 MC WALT WSOL WDAE WINQ WEST COAST STATIONS Movies on Television Tonight land John Payne. The heart11:15 p .m. (38). "DOCTOR IN breaking attempt to bring an THE HOUSE," a comedy built I apprecia tio_n of grand opera to d th r f d' 1 San Francisco s Barbary Coast. aroun 1 e o a me 1ca Tuesday pretty nurses and 9 a.m. ( 8). "DEVIL'S BAR pecuhar patients. BOR," a cargo captain, inno11:30 p.m. (13). "HELLO, cent, is suspected of a series of FRISCO, HELLO," Alice Faye drug robberies and seeks to find --------------1 the real culprit. WEDU-CETV) Channel Tonlrhl 6:00-Biofo.Rical Science 6:30-French 7 :DO-Humanities 7:30-Religions of Man 8:00-Wlthln the Family 8 :30-Anatomy o Revolution 9:00-Strategy of Truth 10:00-The Big Picture 10:30-U.N. Review 10:45-Sign Off Tuesda.y 8 :50-In the Beginning 9: 15-Musicai Interlude 9:20-Explorlng Books 9:40-The Flame and the Flask 10 :00-Tele-Math Foundations Mon 10 :25-People and Places ' 10:45-United States History 11:10-The Science of Life 11: 40-Musical Interlude 11:50-American History 12:15-Musical Interlude 12:20-Kindergarten Corners 12:50-Musical Interlude 1:05-Hablemos Espanol 1:25-Horizons of Science 1: 50-In the Beginning 2:15-Musical Interlude 2:25--The Flame and the Flask Fascinating World 3: 15--Front Desk 3:30-Homemaklng Today 4:00-Food for Life 4: 30-Songs of the South 5:00-Science in Our World 5:30-Young World Language Aids ROCHESTER, N .Y. (l)PD _ To help hospital patients who speak English, the UniverSity of Rochester Medical Cen ter maintains a roster of volun teers who speak a total of 19 languages rangil')g from Arabic to Ukrainian. Most of the vol unteers are university employes . 10:30 a.m. (13). "BANDITS OF CORSICA," with Richard Greene and Paula Raymond. A famous nobleman leads a revolt against the island's tyrannical ruler. Rambling Radio STEPHENVILLE, Tex. (l)PD-Police dispatcher Mrs. Hattie+ Lookingbill gets good reception . occasionally f r o m police calls , originating in Ohio, Connecti cut and West Virginia, but often has bad luck on local calls. She said weather often plays tricks on the police depart ment's radio reception, making local transmission difficult and bringing in stray calls from far away. WE FIX $595 Tv Tohl Charge In your home-or charge ?h. 877-3802 ADVERTISEMENT Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic and Arthritis Pain U you suffer rheumatic, arthritis or neuritis pain, try this simple inexpen sive home recipe that thousands are using. Get a can of RU-EX Compound, a 2 weeks supply, today. Mix it with a quart of water, add the juice of 4 lem ons. It' s easy! No trouble at all and pleasant. You need only 3 tablespoon fuls2 times a day. Often within 48 hourssometimes overnight-splendid results are obtained. If the pains do not quickly leave and If you do not feel better. re turn the empty can and RU-EX will cost you nothing. You are the sole judge as RU-EX is sold by your druggist on a money back guarantee. Over 7 million cans used. Proof of wonderful result.. YOU CAN BE IN GAINESVILLE IN 4 HOURS for only $3.65 10 departures daily! See how much time and money you save going Greyhound! JACKSONVILLE 6 hrs. • • • MIAMI 8 hrs. • • • ATLANTA. 13 hrs. • • • $1400 6 Hrs •... $6.40 5 Hrs •.•• 4.40 .. . . • • • . • . 3 Hrs •.•. 2.90 TALLAHASSEE ... DAYTONA BEACH OCALA PENSACOLA .12 Hrs •... 11.75 BIRMINGHAM . 14 Hrs •.•. 15.25 NEW ORLEANS .... 18 Hrs •.. 20.15 WEST PALM BEACH 7 Hrs. . 6.00 All fares plus tax. Big on tickets . J SAVE TIME ON A GREYHOUND BUS • ••• AND LEAVE THE DRIVING TO US! EVERY TUESDAY! DON'T MISS "THE GARRY MOORE SHOW" i CBS.TV-----------WSllN 620 KC WLCY 1380 KC WLAK 1430 KC WONN 1%30 KC WSPB 1450 KC WKXY 930 KC WPLA 910 KC WGTO 640 KC WPIN 680 KC WDCL 1470 KC WDCF 1350 KC WSIR 1400 KC WJ.LZ -KC WAZE 1180 KC WINT 1360 KC WTCXFM-99.5 MC WTAN 1340 KC WBRD 1420 KC WTRL --1490 KC 610 POLK PHONE 229-1501 WYAKFllri-102-S


printinsert_linkshareget_appmore_horiz

Download Options

close
Choose Size
Choose file type
Cite this item close

APA

Cras ut cursus ante, a fringilla nunc. Mauris lorem nunc, cursus sit amet enim ac, vehicula vestibulum mi. Mauris viverra nisl vel enim faucibus porta. Praesent sit amet ornare diam, non finibus nulla.

MLA

Cras efficitur magna et sapien varius, luctus ullamcorper dolor convallis. Orci varius natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Fusce sit amet justo ut erat laoreet congue sed a ante.

CHICAGO

Phasellus ornare in augue eu imperdiet. Donec malesuada sapien ante, at vehicula orci tempor molestie. Proin vitae urna elit. Pellentesque vitae nisi et diam euismod malesuada aliquet non erat.

WIKIPEDIA

Nunc fringilla dolor ut dictum placerat. Proin ac neque rutrum, consectetur ligula id, laoreet ligula. Nulla lorem massa, consectetur vitae consequat in, lobortis at dolor. Nunc sed leo odio.