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Looking Up University Of South Florida Campus Edition THE TAMPA TIMES Sunny today and Tue& day. Fair tonight. Slowl' rising temperatures. East. erly winds 10-15 m.p.h. High today 75. Low to night 52 • SEVENTIETH YEAR-No. 35 CANDIDATES FOR STUDENT ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT Candidates for Student Association president, their hats in the ring for the March 23 election, are, left to right, Gary Shimer, Frank Meiners, and Julian Piper. All three had thumbnail platforms in last week's Campus Edition . Elec tion results will run in next week's Campus Edition. RUSH LIST Societies Issue 110 Bids By VIRGINIA MONTES their dates at the Hellenic Cenat which new pledges were bon ored and initiated. . TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 19 , 1962 PRICE FIVE CENTS Big Rally Wednesday Night Voters To Candidates At Free Hour Thursday, By LOUISE STEWART Campaigning for Student Association offices was officially opened last Friday at midnight and has now reached a boiling point. Feature of th'e campaigning this week will be a political rally Wednesday March 21, at 7 p.m. in TA. At this time, all of the candidates whose names have been dominating the architectural scene will give the voters a personal talk on what they plan to do "if elected." MARCH 20 Orchestra Concert Features Watkins Candidates To Speak The presidential candidates will speak seven minutes each, including campaign manager; those for vice president will havve seven minutes; treasurer candidates and managers have six minutes and senators five minutes. Since there is only one candidate each for the two secretarial positions, these in cumbents will give a short talk By ALICE ANTTILA to acquaint themselves with the The University of South Florida University Comvoters. munity Symphony Orchestra will present a formal conI On the following day, Thurscert at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 20 , in TA. day, a discussion rally is The program will include works by Beethoven Moplanned for the 2 free R d B F t d 1 t ' hour. The purpose of th1s t;ally zart, ossm1 an ritten. • ea ure so OIS , J:?r. Armm is to give the voters a chance to Watkins, assoc1ate profes-question the candidates for sor of who was president, vice president, a n d Dal•ly Schedule with t.he Damsh Na-treasurer. Tal Bray, chairman twnal Rad1o, w11l perform the of the Election Rules Commit Monda.y, March 19, 1962 Concerto No. 4 in G Major by tee, expressed the feeling that 10:00 A .m. Lecture-"Liberty and Se Beethoven. special emphasis should be curlty in American His tory" cmoo Preodor Director placed on attendance at these Fine Arts Co"/;il ADlOo The orchestra, under the dispeeches for a better informed PRESIDENT TREASURER RECORDING SEC'Y CORRES. SEC'Y S!:.KATOR (Vote For l'i.'vc) Frank Meiners Julian Piper Gary Shimer Dave Aycock Stockton (Skipper) Sn,i lh Ralph TindelL Norm Cutson Lee Moffitt ' Ray O'Hara ' Roni Le.rncr ' Tom Beasley ' John Bell 4 Bob Blayney 4 Fred Jenkins ' ''J" Keiser 4 Anna (Cricket) Ke111p ,. Howard Kingry ' Jim Klapps ' Hi.ke Shea ' Jack Staples ats c:ifi rection of Edward Preodor, provoting public. fessor of music, with 65 memVoting March 23 SAMPLE BALLOT FOR THE STUDENT Sports car Club UC202 bers in cludes univers1ty stuActual voting takes placc Student Union March 23 between the hours of ASSOCIATION ELECTION Young Democrats uc2os dents and faculty and members 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. in the of the community at large. Gallery Lounge. There will be Foreign Language The yearly schedule of the three voting .set up. APPROVAL comm. ggm orchestra includes lecture-con-The Rules. Committee Is At the completion of Spring ter Saturday following the for Rush, llO USF students had remal pledging ceremony. ceived pledge bids from the 11 ETHELONTES: New pledges fraternal societies now on cam-of Ethelontes Fraternal Society pus. March 10 was the impor-were greeted at a reception held '"''' eud oC rush, and on Mardt 10. Presented with the beginning of the semester white and purple tlowers were social scene Ginger Burgin, Pam Jean KoeARETE Spring pledges are-nig, Sandra Lopez , S a n d y Tom Beaseley, Carl Behnke, Sayles, and Sue Struart. Serv Norm Cutson, Bo Bolten, Chet ing as "big sisters" for the new Cornwall, Skeets Stokes, Mike pledges are Annette Albrecht, Swanson, Harry Dickinson, Bill Virginia Montes, Lola Wykoff , Fowler, Cliff Opp, V e r n o n Diana Karr, and Patsy Robles. Stokes, Bob Blayney , Dan Ful-ClEO: New pledges are Fred lerton, Don Gordon, ami Jeff Ponder and Lamar Marchase. Throne. The brothers gave a Cieo brothers, pledges and their party for the new pledges and dates held a party last weekend, FIA: Pledges include Charlotte Anderson, Luke Bikeley . Sandie Dixon , Jo Jackson, Sue McLain Marie 'Vfurdol'lt Lynne Nelson, Debbie Stearns, and Mary Taylor. canterbury Club uc221 certs for the humanities courses ently out the snags m s d c UC226 at the university , symposiums a ne:w votmg system for thiS tu ents omment 12:30 p.m. Ur.iversily Momen' s , held jn conjunction with the electiOn. 3 ,00 p.m. Dancing activities of the Florida ComAU students. must present 5:00 p.m. Ballroom Danc•ng '-{C:24B posers L c a g u e, a'9pE:'arances ID carets m order to vote. 0 Th d . 5 Br.dgc U.w>ns with the churu& of fhe untver-wor kmg ou a/ • t Terrace Lltue sity in major musical works method of identifying the indi-n I r emes er League, Film CHill written for chorus and orchesvictuals by their respective u ,00 tra, and formal orchestral concards. There wHl be approxr Little Man on Campus "The front of the class, friend-we're about to begin." LETTERS TO THE EDITOR-ENOTAS: New pledges of Enotas number 31. This is the largest pledge class ever accepted by Enotas, and also the largest pledge c 1 a s s of the Spring rush. In honor of the n e w pledge s a semi-formal dance was given .!It the Phi Delta Kappa house Friday night. FIDES: Fides w e 1-comed new pledges for the Spring semester Include Cheryl Beckner, Yvonne Bentley, Kathi Bergh, Judy Davis , Linda Flinker, Rita Frank, Anita Garcia , Fran Gouze , Vivian .Herrin , Carole Johnson, Sherra Jones, Rebecca Jones, Roni Lerner, Carolee Madill, Judy Marsh, Merrily Miller , Pam Morales, Betty Lou Olivier , Kathi Rod gers, Sara Sansbury, Sue Strock, and Patsy Wells . SIGES: New sponsors n ow beading Siges fraternal society, are Dr. L. E. Monley and his wife. Plans are now being made for a pledge initiation to take place on March 23. EPELTA: Members of Epelta gathered in the "Blue Room" during the free hour last Tuesday for an informal gathering with Senator Sam Gibbons, an honorary member of Epelta. TRISIS: New girls sporting Tri-SIS pledge pi n s include Cathy Guyer, Ray Ann Granda. Vilma Gonzalez, Pat Davis , Aileen Castellano, Betty Hi 11, Loretta Sarcone, Linda Wana maker, Erma Pullara, and Nor ma Perzia. PAIDEIA: Pledges are Mar garet Cruz , Dianne Gaddy, Em ilee McEver, JoAnn Oliveri, Jan e t Palmer, Ann Roynon, F r a n c e • s Stahlbush, Eileen Strout, and Sharon Younglove. DELPHI: S p r i n g semester piedges of Delphi fraternal so ciety are Nancy Siebert. Dorothy Gentry, and Tish Gabel. the sea" CHIOO certs. mately 16 students mannmg the/ By PAM JEAN KOENIG No Charge tables for to register How will the tri-semester system affect your life? Baptist students uc2o3 Th bl ' . . . d m alphabetical sectwns to speed What changes are being d ll l ., Recreation Comm, UC214 e PU IC IS lDVIte to at-up_ the. process. Voting is l'C • 1 • rna e lD your CO ege p ans. ggm tGend th1 e frete. okf tcharge. stricted to full-time students-Wf1ll you the 'third" semester? These were some weight Training uc226 enera . a mission IC e s those enrolled for 12 semester o the questions asked of students on the USF campus. 3:00 p.m. P. E. Majors UC108 be obtamed at the box off1Ce hours. Here are some of thel'r answe 4:00 p.m. Golf Demonstra-. before the concert Tuesday rs. 5:00p.m. night, or may be reserved by Carl To oascuss all thrlee semes.tbelrs .. and finish-------------Siges. UC226 calling WE 8, Ext. 266. as ear y as poss1 . e. . . Richard Banos, sophomore-opportumty to earn more credits 5:30p.m. essJon UC205 w I b Secrets of Sea "During the summer I must at-and take more classes." ng Club Omen'S c U tend Nava\ Reserve Officers Patti Pup e II o, sophomore, Y Rec. c. Tomorrow School. I will be able to attend from Tampa-"It's a good idea. TriSis ggg: Holds Style . . only two semesters. The triIt should have been in effect ug Bridge ucts? Dr. G. Car[ , semester Is a fine idea but I long ago. I hope to take advantFides uc200 Sh T d of the MuseuJ!l . VI.cthink four years will give a age of it." B:JO p.m. orch. OW 0 ay tona, B r 1 t 1 sh Will more solid foundation for a Billy Polk, freshman _ "I'm Wednesday, March n, 1962 Professional m o de Is from present the third lecture the regular college student. all for the idea although I 1:00 p.m. Montgomery Ward were used in Audubon Screen Tour senes Margie Broadstreet, freshman don't know whether I'll attend Lyre and Aulos UC15B the Florida Womens Club's anMarch 20 at 11 a.m. m (just moved from lndianal-"I year round. I'll probably be nual Spring Fashion Show toCarl: noted for research in the will probably go only se working during the summer." Civic Unit No. s UC202 day. The event took place in mystery of the sea and its shore mesters. I want to enJOy the Gerald Stack, sophomore Group the UC ballroom at noon. Sports life will discuss the "Secrets of summer as well as earn money. "Being that I must work during u.s .F. Photo Club uc2os clothes , dresses and fori!Ul.l wear the' sea." He will show natural I as a camp .. counselor the summer, the tri-semester u.c. Cultural Comm. UC214 were shown to member of the 1 t ' . t I . dunng the summers. means I'll have to work longer Officials Club UC216 co or mo JOn pte ures o I!Ul.nne _ Judo Club UC222 club and their guests. and shore life. Joyce Capitano, f r e s h m a n, I prefer the old semester system p . m . 1 A c UC2 At the next Womens Club Students and faculty are in-from Brandon-"It is a wonder but the tri-semester has its .. p.m. am-TA meeting there will be an elec-vited to attend this last lecture ful opportunity to finish early. good points . " Thursday, lltareh 1962 tion of officers and a guest of the series I want to attend all three se-Phil Stitt freshman from In-2'00 p.m. speaker, Catherine Nunez. The . mesters." diana-"! like' to attend cdub subject of Mrs. talk will Hans Juergensen's Deck F. Couch, freshman, all three semesters if financially 6:00 p . m . be "Art Glass." from Tampa "If financially possible . I am very anxious to UC108 Members of the nominating Works on Display possible, I would like to atteJ?-d start. on my chosen 3:oo p.m. Program council uc214 committee are Mrs. Jean Battle, Dr. Hans Jurgensen, Univerall three semesters. Then I. Wlll vocation. Broadcasting Club LS2u chairman Mrs. Joseph Carr sity of South Florida professor be able to start more quickly David Wendel 2nd semester 9:00 LS260 Mrs. Edgerton, Mrs. of Humanities and well-kn own into dental school." freshman -'"I'm undecided 9:00 psm. stomp" UC248 Hill, and Mrs. George H. Miller. artist and writer has achieved Cid Fernandez, sophomore , about my plans. I would like to 7 ,30 p . 1962 The meeting will be held on new recognition. ' from Tampa-"! have been at-attend the three semesters. I Group UCI57 the USF campus on April 16 .at The "Page One Book Shop" tending sumMer sessions for would like to fin.ish early but 3 p . m. is featuring 35 Juergensen drawtwo years now. Now, with the it will mean a lot of work." ings in a show that began March tri-semester system , I will be High Speed Computers 12 and will last approximately able to receive more credits and Young Democrats At 1:00 p.m. wednesday, two weeks. avoid the over accelerated sum- • William A. ' Bill " Johnson, March 21 , Dil Steen will disAn autograph party was the mer sessions." Will Hear Lowry technical assistant in the news cuss the use of high speed comtheme of an open house held Mary Hansen, freshman, from Johnson Leaves News Bureau bureau, has left the University puters in research. On Wednesby the bookstore on Saturday, Tampa-"! will probably work Lt. Gen. Sumter Lowry, can o.I South Florida to take a posi-day, March 28, at 1:00 p.m . Dr. March 17. during the summer and attend didatc from the lOth Congres tlon as assistant programmer for Frank Denham will continue the Juergensen's poetry is on disclasses too. I hope to take ad sional District (Tampa) will Minneapolis Honeywell's iner-discussion. Faculty members play on the first floor of the vantage of the new system." speak to the Young Democrats tial guidance center at Pinellas who contemplate using com-Library, in a Meet-the-Author James Mims, sophomore, from Club on . Monday, March 26, at Park. puters for research or high display. One of the poems, 1:4.; Tampa-"I'd like to go year10 a.m. m CHlOO. J o h n son's replacement is speed computers, may attend latest, is for:and about Harry round because I've been going Lowry, a Tampa attorney, will scheduled_ to report not later sessions in the conference room, Golden who spoke on campus to summer classes for the last entertain questions. The public than Apnl 1. Life Science Building. recently. few years. This will give me the may attend the meeting. Student Politics Is a Mocl{-Serious Game; Me, Miss Gause; Ballast Point PTA Has $500 To the Editor of the Campus Intelligent beings realize that tion . fulfilled its obligation .or qiguity and generalization. Per-Edition: a university was not meant to It set a bad precedent for haps there is something at which It has been contended that be, and will never be, a democ1tself? you are driving other than truth anyone who writes a letter to racy. What would our USF be PAT GANDY. and wisdom? the Editor must be a child or like under democratic prin-Listening to Dr. Davis would, an idiot. There are no idiots ciples? Given in this light most Burr Answers Miss Gause then, by your analogy, be fatal on the USF campus ... I have of us would rather lose , than March 12, 1962 . t h reverted to the remonstrations gain, more student privileges. Letter to Editor: 0 t e student, except Mr. Sandof a child (like everyone else). We might also find it regrettable How . to Avoid Ideological ter who is in no danger for Student politics are no laugh-that disagreements between Ptomame-yo u stated your dou.bt of his . . naivete. Perhaps the Turns ading matter, nor are they a crystudents and superiors cannot Excuse me, Miss Gause, d1d vertisement next to your analog-ing matter. In fact, they are remain on the campus and in you ask what could be mo.re ous column was the subversive no matter at all. There are no the family. inappropriate than Commumst work of some na t d t real issues and no real relation It is recognized that the adideology presented by Mr. Possibly ' 1 have to power. It is a mock-serious ministration bears a grave moral Jerome Davis in an "American benefit of that biology course game where tempers flare and responsibiiity to the student. Our Idea" class? I have an answer: which teaches the pathology of we are expected to expend our future actions will, to a degree, Your Letter to the Editor. ideo logy . l:lostilities and general attitudes be determined by what we have Really , Miss Gau se, it was . . of devilment. In the military, seen and learned here. It is clever of you to pick out the I ask. you: What I? mo.re minternal pressures are relieved agreed that no one should be "generallties" of Mr. Sandter's appropnate ULan a through hard physical labor required to hear Dr. Davis, how-letter. Clever indeed, since you man _on the allegatiOn that he rather than mental exercise but, ever, he does bring a real issue are apparently as good at mis knowmgly or reJ? it all comes under the same and a sudden cancellation in-understanding tfle function of resents author1tar1an. pohh heading: "Busy work." vites many questions. Why is analogy as Mr. Sandter with his theory, a theory whiCh deAnyone who stood in line to the "Search for Truth" series supposed "genera!ities. " It who can speak a!ld get his schedule changed knows unable to present Dr. Davis in would interest me to know what Is. s1Iencmg that a grain of sand, between open assembly? Does someone motivates your "patriotism" hlm by au.hontanan methods? the toes, can rub quite a large feel the sharp pinch of outside since you eliminate "man's drive JON BURR , &ore. pressure? Has the administra for truth and wisdom" as am 10233 N. Armenia. $500 for Scholarship Vista Avenue, Tampa 11, Florida enough sleep and became more When school was resumed, quesDear Editor: Perhaps there is a former susceptible to disease. Every tions arose concerning the na-The announcement is being Ballast Point student now enfinal examination period the ture of the disease; but official made of a college scholarship rolled in your college who would clinic was swamped with more position was that it was a virus to. be to a studen:t who like tc apply for this loan patients than it could handle. that it was going around and will be attendmg college m the scholarship. Won ' t you help us ' fall of 1962 . 'i'he primary quali let him or her know of its exwas the great that there was not too much fication is that the student must st c ? diversity of drscase. Some stu-they knew about it. Of course, h d d B 11 t p t 1 en e dents had fever, others had flu, th ll . . . ave . atten e . a as om Thank YOti so much. and still others had hangovers. e a Pill was enlocated m Yours trul y, A member of the medical staff dorsed. This was a pleasant pink at .:h1 \ scho.ol IS s/Mrs. C. R. CRIDLEBAUGH, pointed out that if the diseases tasting liquid. And just before P Chairman T. R. were standardized? final examinations commenced, tee administering the scholarScholarship .Fund. would b.e greatly simplified.. the administration announced ship hopes that student newsAt Last Bob's Letter Pursumg the problem of that the all-university tempera th h t th t t u ' ness from that angle, the admmpapers roug ou .e s !' .e WI To the Editor of the Campus istration announced that the of-ture was. set at 100.3 degrees help make the ava1labil1ty of Edition: f' . 1 USF li uld t Fahrenheit. In accordance with the scholarship known to pro-!Cia po cy wo promo e th 11 t 1' Foz: a long time there had what has been termed the "all . a Y po 1cy, no . spespectlve . been a need fur some type of university" disease -a disease Clfic was prescr1 bed, . The. scholarship 1s established official USF policy that would that faculty and students could but a dev1abon of more th.an m lovmg memory of Mr. facilitate the all-university in share alike. The disease was to half a degree would be consld T . R . prmc1pal of firmary in dealing with the be a controversial one, one desubversive. It was later ex Ballast Pomt for 30 problem of sickness . The needs signed to give the patient much Pl.amed. that the. z:eason for not years. Its value IS f1ve hundred of the growing student body had insight. on many physical, menpumtJve dollars ($500.00). Furthu in-to be met. The week of final tal, and psychomatic disorders. was that if the students did not formation <;an be receivf • d by examination was particularly This plan was put into effect know the con.sequences, writing to the T. R. Roll,mson troublesome in that students during the Christmas holidays would be less likely to get Sick Scholarship Fund, 2905 \ Bay preparing for finals did not get while the students were away. (Continued on Page 2, Col. 3) ' i , l

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2 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, Mar:ch 19, 1962 P.E.-INTRAMU .RALS The Tampa Times University of South Florida Campus Edition shall be limited to meet SOFTBALL t\'t:. All interested groups a,re held only in the Chemtrstry Audtlorlum urged to voice their opinion on lhe Teaching Auditorium April. Miss Sunny Fernandez, coordinatot of women's intra-Ed Hanna, Julian Judell, Alva J. murals, commented recently on two possibilities concerning the Thompson, and W ilton w. Vlerday. type Of SChedule to be played. Dtteclory Changes-Charles, Marie S, Mrs., 1501 Wlndemere Way, 246-8054. By VIRGINIA MONTES The independent teams, soror-Dlsbennett. Helen B. Mrs., Secretary A new committee with power to get action is being ities and residence hall sections named to handle lnappropri'ate act1 0n 1n the UC entered in the competition D., Groundsman I, Phys. Plant , 114, could play a ro1,1nd-robin sched AD1041, 2708 Azeele. Jones, James w., The new committee will consist of seven members , ule, stretching out over several !our from the program council, two !rom the student NOTHIN' BUT A GOOD EYE, A LOT 0 . F PRACTICE.' weeks, or an aU-day playday. .• body, and One from StUdent government. These mem-Team representatives should B. Mrs., Secretary I , Registrar, 117, bers will be chosen by the•-Top award winners of the fall semester USF COed contact Miss Fernandez by tuprogram council itself for their U • . bowling league pose happily with their trophies after morrow. DIVerSity they were presented at Florida Lanes. Left to right: BOWLING Ellis. Leilia P. Mrs .• Gilmore, Alden and mterest m student affatrs. R d Chaff t • d 1 1 d higlh The pew Co Recreational s., and Spikes, Edward. This committee will act only an y ee, IDOS Improve rna e p ayer an • Bowling League is in 'its tl;lird Bowllnl' Leacuo-A summer bowling when at least five of its ReceiVeS est three-game series; Connie Dunn, most improved week of, operation this week, hers are present, and only m . female player; and Henl'y Bennafield, Tish Ga bel and and new officers will be elected Those Jriterested may contact Charlotte Reg, Price 'h" PLASTIC PIPE 4.30 C' Other s izes to 2'' at competitive prices A l so complete line of fittings h B b f th U d ' t bl t • McCurdy, ext. 226. a case of a majority vote of • Jo n ear, me m e r.s o e npre JC a e!lm at Wednesdays session at FlorFaeutty Meettnc-There will be a four can action be taken. The $5 000 Gift winner. ida Lanes. meeting o au lac It mbe tn the ..=.-=:_.:;__::___:=._.=....-=__:.:=-:=--=---=..... chairman shall be chosen from • Acti''ng offi'ct'als say memb .. cr: colleges of Basic anJ•uberal 1 Arts Thursday, March 22, at 2 p.m. in d b f d T 'b T' W t Ad the seven members on the ship is low, espe_cially in the CH106 to discuss future regulations and For insi e argain in ormat 1on rea r1 u ne 1mes an s ene M Edi.tOr a member of the prograll} sented to the USF to be used $1.15 per Wednesday afternoon, council. as a loan fund, it was announced (Continued from Page 1) to handlethe latge number of but students who wish to bowi LESSONS COJ\11.\IITTEE by Dale p rcell d' t f d people registering, but the adOlllY oqcasionally may attend as . . u • tre!! or o e-er than the administration b tit t Dance and bndge lessons Will velopment of the university. thouoobt best for them. ministration announced that the su s u es. b d M h 19 d ill . . box was emptied by a janitor WEIGHTLIFTING egm to ay, arc • an w The money, given anonymous-But. there was great three times a day, once after Officers elected pro-tempore be ever: after-ly by a local couple, will be to th1s plan. Students claimed each free hour . A!l disease re-for the weightlifting club last noon. dance les-added to yearly to reach an that !hey were not able to get were .fed Jnto an IBM Tuesday include: Danny Rich sons will begin at 3 p.m., "be amount of approximately $100 _ ththe dtseasde wladnted_. 0kln tbhe V.:hic h was to ard, ,president; Cliff Howell, . , 1 . 1 1 b . t ' o er nan , 1 wou quic Y emaxtmizc t\me length senous-i 'd t ' J . p , 11 gmners essons w_I a 000. come impossible to handle the ness, and effects (both and v ce en ' erly 5 p.m. Lessons Will be gtven USF 'to G t $50 000 problem of illness adequately 1 ). f th . kn recoi_dmg se.cretary, and Mike . e , . " . ong rapge o e s1c ess. O'Brien, busmess manager. ln the UC Ballroom or The gift will be used at first '\\ Ithout the compulsory disease The "sick registration plan" . . 11 plan" . The club completed its first other location . A as 'matching money for National again the administration was a success m that more stu-field trip Saturday, attending types popular ballroom Defense Education loans. The went into conference One mem-dents where able tdo gteht the ill-the Mr. Teen-Age contest at . ht . . . . ness t ey wante an ever L b Th t t will be . . $5 , 000 wIll mcrease USF's ber put forth the tdea of usmg before. But very few were able ees urg. e co,n es. spon: Bndge lessons will begm at amount received to $50 , 000 one-half o! the top floor of the to get the sickness they wanted by the Leesburg CitY Rec 5 P m today Phyliss Mar. h . Alpha residence hall as an an-t th h th t d it 0 reabon Department was open smce t e government gives nine th 'nf' St'll a e our ey wan e . ne 1 t AAU b rs shall will be the instructor. . . . ' . nex to e I Irma-ry: 1 an-student.found that in his sickon Y o mem e . Those interested may contact trmes the umversJty s available other suggested. that tlln_ess ness, he could have the sniffles The musclemen meet Tuesday the Bulletin Board for place of <\mount. be offered until the umvers1ty and dizziness at 8 in the morn-at 11 a . m. in the I-M office. All ' lessons. The gift as it multiplies will had gr:aduated at least fng, but he could not sn.eeze interested persons are inviled MUSIC COMMITTEE-Tues-be used for long term low in-clfass. after Ia good ddea until 12 o'clock noon after a to attend. f o crymg, a new P an was e f h d ld t ff VOLLEYBALL day, March. 29, rom 5-7 p.m. , terest loans. vised which romised to satisfy ree our an cou no su. er . Mark Morns and the UC Lab . . dp Th' 1 th fever or upset stomach until 5 Intramural participants switch B I n h ld Jam session in The loans will cover partial all concerne_ . P an was . e o'clock in the evening. Still an-t thi k f b k tb 11 anc WI Q a t . . so-called "sick (SIC) registratiOn ne s s wee • rom as e a the UC Ballroom. . UltiOn, room rent, board, and lan " in which the student constudent who had chosen a to volleyball, as the approxf. DANCE c 0 M M 1 T T E E _ m cases of. extreme need, books with a faculty advisor to disorder foun_d that long single There will be a "stereo stomp" and supphes. Loans will be find .a suitable disease. It was hts funchon_al disease. dtd not ehmmabon affa1_r held March 24, from 9 to 12 in made to any full-time student recommended that the faculty foll?w functional order. He had way. The Will oe the UC Ballroom. The dance is who ualifies advisor be ill in the student's to mhale all morning and exw?rth 100 Activity Pomts to the stag, and admission is free to q . field of interest. For example, hale all afternoon. wmner. all USF students. SIX Years to Repay a student interested in psychol-Because of these extreme GOLF CLINIC RECREATION COMI\UTTEE Interest on the loans will be ogy should have a mentally de-cases and because _not all stu-M_arilynn Smith,. touring p!o-Billiard and tennis tourna 1 per cent per year while the ranged advisor who would have dents got the they golfer, Will _conduc. a ments are being held this week. student is in t11e university and a host of neuroses from which wd.adntedtbu\wefre ontse they golf clime the UmversUy of Finals and semifinals will be . . the student could choose. I no as or_. s u en may South Flonda Tuesday, March 1 ld A .1 6 At t ' Will contmue at 1 pet cent for In accordance with this plan at this time wnte a letter ex20 at 4 p m 11_ e t d. 14press tme six months following students and faculty spent many plaining they would rather The open to the public 1
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' I City. 'Dream T earn' Emphasizes Youth HAROLD SELBY ••• Plant Panther In direct opposition to last year's All City basketball teams, this season's star squad shows promise of better things to come. That is, all but one of last year's All Tampa cagers were seniors. This season, all but two of the first five are juniors giving rise to thoughts of close competition to come next year. * * * * All-City, 1961-62 First Team Name School Ht. Class Vie Hoffman BUlsborough 5-9 Junior Jerry Hagen Chamberlain 6-3 Senior Ken Doyle Plant 6-9 Junior Harold Selby Plant 5-11 Senior Cliff Rodriguez Jefferson 6-3 Junior Second Team Ron Altman HUlsborourh 6-3 Senior Gene Gullett Brewster 6-31h Senior Emeterlo Cuesta OLPB 5-6 Senior Tom Burnham Robinson 5-11 Junior Fred Fox Jesuit 6-3 Senior Receiving Votes Daryl Borders, Hillsborough; Bob Boyd, Chamberlain; Jim Melindi, Jesuit; Steve Coppejans, JesuU; Forest Blue, Chamberlain; Gary Fritz, King; Hugh Jones, Robinson; Neil Shaw, Brewster; Lazzara, Hillsborough. VIC HOFFMAN .. Hillsborough Terrie• TV WRESTLING TONITE 11:30 P.M. CHANNEL 13 WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH Kurt and Karl Von Brouner vs. u.s. Champs The Assassins Eddie Graham vs. Big Jim Wright 9Jf&_;-m..r.ett11011n:zli\" --a--,. ----=..-..... WalkerS DeLuxe is 8 years old Straight bourbon whiskey. Smooth arid famous. SWIGHT BOURBON wHISXY • 8&.1 PROOF • HIRAM WALm ISDN$ INC., P, Ill Pancho's Picks 1-Luki-Urlona, Galarr&Jil-Donosll, AI berro-Jayo. Arias, EleJalde. 3-Luki-Jayo, 1\lurUlo-Donosll, AriasUriona.. 4-MIIo, Lu.kl, Relnr.ldo. 11-Eiejalde-Azplrl, Tacolo-1\bndlola, Al berrol'fluguena. 8-0JarsunJaurel'ui, Luki-Garmendla, Ariaa-lnsaustl. 7--Churrlca-Urlona, Oyarsun-Garmendla, Galarrara-Eiolo. Oyanun-Mucuerza.. 111-Peredo-Garmendl&, A r 1 a s-Azplrl, Oyanun-1\landlola. 11-Arlas-Muguena, L u I< i..Ortuondo, l'eredo-Azplri. Significantly, the three first team juniors are from three different high schools, all to be members of the new version of the Western Confer ence. They are Plant center Ken Doyle, Hillsborough guard Vic Hoffman and Jefferson center Cliff Rodriguez. Doyle won the city scoring title with 19.9 points per game average. Hoffman and ' Rodriguez were among the top 10-point makers in the city . Jerry Hagen of Chamber lain and Plant's Harold Selby fill the remainder of the 1961-62 All City team. Hagen ,is the lone returnee of last year's first team selections. Hoffman and Hagen were the only cagers voted unanimously to the 1961-62 All Tampa team. On the second team, only Robinson's Tom Burnham has another year to play. The others are seniors. Hillsborough's Ron Altman, Brewster's Gene G II e t t, OLPH's Emeterio Cuesta and Jesuit's Fred Fox are the other four second team mem bers. Gullett tied Doyle for the city scoring title and Cuesta merely a tenth of a point per game behind tile winners, averaging 19.8 for the season. Also receiving votes were Daryl Borders of Hillsborough, Bob Boyd of Chamber lain, Jim Melendi of Jesuit, Steve Coppejans of Jesuit, Forrest Blue of Chamberlain, Bennie Lazzara of Hillsbor ough, Gary Fritz of King, Hugh Jones of Robinson and Neil Shaw of Brewster. Second Team Cuesta THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, March 19, 1962 11 CIGAR GUN CLUB Hughes Sweeps State Shoot Miamian Sonny Hughes finished way out in front of the pack in this year's Florida state and open trapshoot, which wound up activity yes terday at the Cigar City Gun Club. Hughes was second in douFOR TITLE FIGHT bles yesterday, with 84x100, but won t h e state singles Saturday, 194x200, the allaround title, 358x400 , and the over-all championship with 541 hits out of 600 targets. Over 250 shooters from l o cal and out-of-state areas com-Griffith, Paret Set peled in the largeest trapshoot ever. Bill Brauer, III. Fond du Lac, Wis ., took top honors i n the out-of-state singles, 193x200. Other winners include: outof state doubles, Brauer, 9 1 x100; state doubles, C a r 1 Flock, 85x100;; First Lewis class, Milton Ostrander, Cleve land, 73x100; Second Lewis class , Joe Bradham, St. Pe-. tersburg, 65x100 ; state handicap Bill Sweet, Sarasota, 92x100; open handicap, Lt. Gordon Horner, Fort Benning, By Associated PreS8 Paret and Griffith are sched-Ga., 94xl00. Welterweight champions, past uled !_or 15 Saturday In the wo mens competition: and present, dot the boxing cal-night m New Ym:k 8 Punkin Flock, Miami, l53x600 endar this week, highlighted by With the fight won the over-all; state worn• the world title bout between gettmg N a.t 1 . 0 n a 1 Televislon ens handicap, D orothy Schmitt; champion Benny (Kid) Paret and Gnffilh first took th'e St. Petersburg, 87xi00; open Emile Griffith, who lost the title Paret a year ago , then womens handicap, Katie Mills, crown six months ago. los t m a di sputed 15-round Miami, 87x100. ve!f' little fanfare, out State team honors went to Ak.int s Geen Fullmer wihle Griffith the Trail Trap and Skeet In . out sRoin Romdo fl r of D llas won three a row since h i s Club, Miami, .with t h e Cigar Aagka.ms Ph ldantha 01t ati' tle. title loss City Gun C lub second. ms once e e we er . . losing it in December, 1958 to Griffth, a Yo r k hatmaker . Don Jordan. The st. Louis from the Islands, has Saddle Club Sets fighter never made it back on vowed no letup m his p lan to t fter that and Jordan lost knock out the 25-year-old Cuball S • I Sh . to Paret in May, 1960. and avert question a dispec1a OW puted de. cisJOn. Paret IS equal-Two Tampans Show in Pro Am ly adamant in his plans to dis-The Tampa Sad d 1 e Club, pose of Griffith. aided by top c ompetitors, will The Garden's first 1962 title present a special rodeo perfight the highlight of an forinance Sunday March 25 at otherwise d rab week. Tonight, • J. D. Ellis of Trenton, N.J. , the club for colore!! Tampan Clarence Martin and takes on Australia's Cary CowP!!trons only. Jerry Cooper of Lakeland fired burn, in a welter battle in SydBud Hall, pres id ent of . the 7ls to tie for low pro honors at ney, while .Rodriguez of local group sai d this is " th.e version of the west Oakland, Calif., ISm Lima, Peru f' t h f t h ' k i d f r against Mauro Mina. Both f ights Irs s ow o IS n or co -C 0 a s t Pro -Amateur play at d t th t t 1 Cleveland Heights in Lakeland. are 10-rounders. ore pa rons m e s a e. n They were joined by Tampan order t o insure the greatest Roy Chenderlin who also fired Minnesotan Wins turnout, will not charge ada 71 for low amateur. Final sk• J •.. mission ." tournament of the winter serjes I ump meet . There will be a 7 5c parking will be played on St. Peters-FORT WILLIAM, Ont., March charge at the si t e lo
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12 THE TAMPA TIMES Monday, March 19, 1962 Pace Playday i I :::::: Ralph's Ralph Shoemaker Is back for his third year as Sunshine Park handicapper for The Times. Saturday he picked three winners to give him a cumulative total of 82 win ners In 405 races for a .202 average. His selections will appear daily in the first edition of The Times. I Broward, DeSoto and Sky-tj Shoemaker view playgrounds won honors MONDAY. MARCH 19 in Saturday's annual girls and boys basketball playday at ForFIRST RACE-Purse snoo, 3 and ! -lr.-olds. Clalmlnr. 6 furlongs. est Hills playground. chance Broward scored the most to• King Lee Sal 109 J. Kuhns Principal foe 4 tal points of 23 to receive the 1 Jaunty Babe 104 No Boy Post could help 5 playground plaque, and DeSoto j:g tl; defeated Henry and Ola for 5 Hunter Bun 109 tg,onct 1tJ senior . division champion; ffi c: took the junior 6 Magic Rock 114 No Boy Just lair 15 d1VISIOn title wtth a win over g m Has brief loot 15-1 Rome and Sligh. 14 Susie Emily 114 No Boy Doubtful starter 10-1 Carla Sue Maas. and Roslyn 1i i: H:i Schino were top winners of the 7 Junior Advocate 114 P. Borsemenke Can't recommend 20 Miss Basketball, Sr. The junior 16 High Epithet 114 No Boy Shown litUe 201 crown went to Dot Dootson , who barely beat out Patsy Leavins. More than 500 youngsters participated in the affair, which mcluded competition am o n g four age groups in free throws speed dribble and lay-up, thro,; for d1stance, and single elimina tion tourneys. The wlnners in their respective age groups include: Free Thruw: Marlo San Pedro, mld Jerry Simkins. junior; Sam intermediate; Mike Hurst, Speed dribble. and_ lay-up: Tom Tif!S ley. midget; Jmume Cannon, junior; intermediate; Tuck fo . r distance: Chuck Langston, mtdget; Jtm. Adams, junior; Robert intermediale; Mike Whaley, ?ingle elimination tourney: Broward, m 1 ctget; Broward, junior; Ponce De intermediate; Rome and Sligh, Gi:rls free throw: Leedy McCorquo dale, .semor ; Royce j unior. SECOND RACE-Purse Coi.nagain 115 Contessa Dana 115 Lucky Cbucky 120 Bull Curtain 120 Hightone Ruby 120 Chyme 120 Vaults Ration 120 Sadltack 120 h 115 G 120 nds 120 n 120 can Ripple 120 S900. 4yr ... olds J. Kuhns C. Nicholson M. Dalgo B. Walt No Boy No Boy J. Kuhns D. Oldham J . McMullen T. Lipham D . Gall No Boy . W. McCadden J. Vinson No Boy Pro Bowling 3 By Associaied Press 1 FOURTH RACE-Purse $1,000, 4yr.-olds Muslc Prince 119 No Boy Blue Carillon 114 C. Roberts Twin Cities Dallas 22 9

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