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I University Of South Florida Campus Edition Jampa Speeeh Assn. Presents Frost Program Mareh 26 SEVENTY-FIRST YEAR-No. 40 TAMPA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH, 25, 1963 PRICE FIVE CENTS Gold Key Initiates Proiect By ROSE ENGLISH The Gold Key Honor society, now officially organized is the realization of an idea presented by Mrs. John S. Allen at a buf fet luncheon for Women Honor Students held May 23, 1962. Gold Key members have elected president and Mrs. Allen hon orary sponsors, and the society has received its first project from Dr. Allen -that of rec ognizing U.S.F. honor students each trimester. Substitutes For Profs Other projects being contem plated by the society are: 1. As sisting Registrar's Office with registration; 2. Furnishing from its membership substitutes for professors unable to meet their classes; 3. Furnishing a free tu toring or advisory service for freshmen; 4. Conducting re search projects related to the effectiveness of USF curricula; 5 . Contacting outstanding high school students and encouraging them to examine the benefits of attending USF. Club sponsors, in addition to President and Mrs. Allen, are: Dean Russell M. Cooper, Dean Charles N. Millican, Dr. Jerome D. Krivanek and Dr. August W. Scrivner. Officers Elected Officers elected at the Feb. t 27 meeting are: James Klapps, president; Mary Alyce Brooks, vice president; Mary Clayton, corresponding secretary; JoAnn P or t e r, recording secretary; Mike Wheeler, treasurer. It is the hope of the society eventually to become affiliated with. Phi Beta Kappa and/or other national honor societies. Meetings of the Gold Key are held on the s e c o n d and fourth Wednesdays of each GOLD KEY RECEIVES FIRST PROJECT -(USF Pbolos) USF President John S. Allen presents James Klapps, newly elected president of Gold Key Honor Society, with the club's first project--recognition of all honor students each trimester. Shown with President Allen and James Klapps are, from left to right, Mrs. Mary Alyce Brooks, Gold Key vice president, and Mrs. Allen. Gold Key contemplates other projects in the near future. -----------------------month at 7 p.m. in the Univer----------------------------------------sity Center. Arrangements are being made to have guest speak ers at the March 27 meeting. They will discuss the pros and cons of accelerated reading. Also on the agenda will be discussion of the final plans for a coffee to be given on April 3 for the Honor Students of Tri mester I. Frost Program March 26 Scholarship Offered By Social Club Verdandi, new social club on the USF campus, announced a new "a cad em i c materials" scholarship for Trimester III. The scholarship amounts to $30.00 and is open to all pres ent dormitory students who will be attending USF during the third trimester. Applicants must be full-time students with at least a 2.0 aca demic average and be in good social standing with the uni versity. Applications may be obtained in Dean Herbert Wunderlich's office and must be turned in by March 29. Applicants must state that they are applying for the Verdandi scholarship . The rec:ipient will be announced on Monday, April 8. Any questions concerning the • cholarship may contact Bob Dubay or Dennis Silver at Ex tension 317. ONE IN A SERIES 'Paul Revere Society' Attended by Reporter -(USF Photos) 'NO KETCHUP ON THE CHOP-SUEY, PLEASE ' USF dorm students were recently treated to a Chinese dinner in the UC cafeteria. The meal con sisted of typical Chinese delicacies with the waitresses attired in Oriental dress. To complete the theme, chopsticks were provided. MORE USF NEWS ON PAGE 4 I Lombard ia Proposes SA Structure Change Suggests Six New Posts; Secret Vote Little Man on Campus By JOE MURPHY The Lombardia administration has introduced two bills aimed at bringing about major changes in both the structure and constitution of the Association. • Proposals include the estab lishment of six new offices within the SA executive branch and election of student senators in secret ballot by members of the SA legislature. NEW OFFICES The six new offices proposed for establishment within the SA executive branch are: sec retary of domestic affairs, sec retary of external relations, sec retary of communications, sec retary of developmental institu tion, secretary of interest co ordination and secretary of reseatch analysis . An eight-point bill to amend provisions now in the SA leg islature constitution concerns both the executive and legisla tive branches and seeks to abolish the system of Civic Units. Under the proposed condi tions student senators shall re main as designated by the SA constitution except that they shall be elected by secret bal-M. Mendoza Wins Wilson Scholarship Manual Mendoza, University of South Florida politi cal science student, has been awarded a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship for graduate study. The Wilson fellowship is one of the most s o u g h t-after s c h o larships s i n c e the awards com mittee is highly selective and competition is MendOza keen for available positions. This fellowship provides for full-tuition payment plus substantial living allowance throughout t h e awardee's graduate career. Mendoza has applied for admission to the School of Advanced International Stud ies, the Johns Hopkins Uni versity, Washington, D. C., where he will study in tbe area of Latin American Af fairs. Jot , and the SA legislature shall have sole responsibility for electing these senators. Student senators may hold no other office in any branch of the SA from the time of their election to the time of their resignation from the office of senator. Members of the leg islature shall vote for the five Senators. Field Representatives In addition, 28 "field representatives" will be appor tioned from the student body on the basis of the population of the college to which they belong. These representatives shall have all of the powers and responsibilities now ac corded to Civic Unit Rep resentatives. The allocation by colleges is: College of Business-3; College of Education-5; College of Liberal Arts-10; College of Basic Studies-10. Terms of "field representatives'' shall 'be the same as those of representatives-at-large and student sen ators. Reapportionment Any part or all parts of Sec tion II.A.4, SA constitution , may be changed or rescinded by a pro c e s s of reapportionment which will occur regularly ev ery three years, beginning three years from the trimester during which the bill is passed. The duties of proposed new officets include: secretary of domestic affairs to be responsi ble for taking the lead in the execution of projects that imClay Reveals Cast For Williams Play mediately affect the internal The cast for Tennessee plays Blanche's ' doctor, and workings of the university; secIiams ' "A Streetcar Named DeRosanne Castro the nurse retary of external relations lo sire." scheduled by the UniSylvia Collins, drama lUStrill'.:.. .... be responsible for takir.g the I versity of Sout:\ Florida Theatre tor at the Glover Jr' Hu!h lead in the execution uf proj-for an April 4-6 showing, has School, Plant City, opens 1.he ects that more directly affect been announced by di1ector show as the Negro Woman. the Interests of the people of Jack Clay. Spanish speaking actress Car Florida and in particular to the B r o a d w a y and Hollywood men Ramirez returns from re community to which USF is actress Joan Potter will play tirement to play the haunting most immediately of service. Blanche , the lead. She arrived seller of funeral flowers. Card Communications from New York on March 1 to player Pablo Gonzalez is Mi-The secretary of Communibegin rehearsals with the cam-chael Beach and the Newsboy is cations is to be responsible for pus group. Sherman Hayes. Anne Phillips acting as a public relations of-Her sister Stella is being and ,Robert Dahl appear as ficer; secretary of develop-played by USF Theatre new-figures on the street and Miss mental institution to be respon-comer, Mary Ann Kirschner. Phillips will also as as sible for creating, initiating, Stella's husband, Stan 1 e y sistant director. and organizing new projects, Kowalski, the role made famous Miss Potter is a member of secretary of interest coordina-by Marlon Brando, is Matt the Actors Studio company in tion to be responsible for rep-Bross, who was last seen at New York and a long-time stu interest and coUSF in " A Trumpet Calling." dent of Lee Strasberg. In ad ordmatmg the achvltles thereof; Complctmg the quartet of dition to a variety of appear and secretary of r esearch and central characters is USF soph-ances in summer stock and tete analysis to be responsible for omore Phillip Anderson as vision dramatic roles she h as more accurately and s cientifiMitch, Blanche's boyfriend. most recently been 'seen fea cally determining the immedi-Diana Bellamy, the female tured opposite Richard Burton ate and long range desires of lead in USF's recent produc-in the film, "The Bramble the student body. tion of "Tbe Imaginary InBush. " In New York last sum-It was further proposed that valid," will be seen briefly as mer she was Regan in the New the name of the executive coun-Eunice, a next door neighbor. York Shakespeare Festival prod cil be changed to t he executive Her husband, Steve, is Paul uction of King Lear in Ceoassembly. Hall. USF regular Mike Kelly tral Park. DANIEL BASH DR. GABRIEL KEREKES CLOYD STEINMETZ MICHAEL LYNN ( •'


.J.. ... ,.. ....... T H E TAM P A TIMES. 1\Ion d ay, 1\far c h 25, 1963 Deaths in Tampa i\JRS. ELSI E S. CURRIE R Godsey and Mrs. Ruby L. Jel l\lrs. Elsie S. Currier, 69, of llico, both of Tampa; Mrs. 391 a Bennet St., Middletown, Juanetta Flora Atlanta Ga. N.Y., .died iu Tamp.a afte': a sud-nd Mrs. 1\T. Meintuff'l den til ness. Survtvors tnclude I a 'I her hu!>band. Clarence w. CurNewport News, Va.; a brother. rier of l\1 i d d 1 e to w n; three Earl DePriest, Wisconsin; two daughters. Mrs. Grace Holm-, sisters Mrs. Ethel McGee and b1aker of Middletown, Mil.Mrs. McGee both of dicd !\lasker of Warwtck, N.Y., .. ' . and 1\lrs. Lillie Gurda of VenTampa, and hve grandchildren. icc; SC\'en sons, Howard, Flor-MRS . MAR I AN A. POSEY man, Chatlcs, Frank, Calvin Albert Currier of Middletown, and Eugene Currier of :\ronroc, N.Y .. 25 grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchildren. MRS. PILAR QUESADA '\Irs . Pilar M. Quesada, 68, of 1724 24th Ave .. died Sunday in a Tampa hospital. A native of Key West. she had resided in Mrs. Marian Augusta PosC'y. 74 of 3517 Nebraska Ave., yesterday in a Tampa hospita 1. A native of Blue Ridge. Ga., she had been a resident of Tampa for the past 43 years. Survivors include her husband. Shelton Stanley Posey of Tampa; two sisters, Miss Bana Kincaid of Blue Ridge, and Miss Johnnie Kincaid of Hapeville. Taml?a for more than 65 yeats. Ga.; two brothers. Jo,seph R. SunIVors mclude her husband, Kincaid of Newatk, N.J., and Juan Manuel one Harold Kincaid of Cambridge. daughter, Mrs .. 1\larma. Gat•cla; j Md., and several nieces and fl\' e sons. Eveho. Mano, Mannephews ucl, Robert, and Chris Quesada; l\\o sisters, Mrs. Luisa FcrnanC HARLES F. LABIUE clcz and J\1rs. Guillermina Her-Charles F. Labrie, 59, of 2809 nandcz; 14 grandchildren and Sample Drive, died in a Tampa three :=rcat-grandchildren. hospita l Friday night. A native / S of Quebec, Canada, he had lived HENRY THOMAS BU H . in Tampa for four years. Mr. Y O UNGES T OF C IRCUS FAMILY Henry Thomas Bush, 85. of Labrie was a member of the J 619 Rivc1cove Ave., died SatCatholic Church. He owned and night. in a operated the Cozy Corner Tav Pital. A native of Wrightsville. ern on State Road 301 southeast Ga. and he had lived in Tampa of Tampa. Survivors include his for the last 39 years. He was a wiident of Mobile, Ala. , M RS. ANN I E G. K JLGOR E he 11 as a member of St. Mary's Mts. Annie G. Kilgore, 72, of CAJN. GEORGE EDWARD Funeral services for .Mr. George Caln, 71, 3406 W. Osborne Ave .. 1es• denl of Tampa tor 6 who passed away at his borne SaturdaY morning, will be be!d Tuesday morn ing at 10:00 a.m. at St. La-:nence Catholic Church at wblch tune a Requiem Mass will be offered for the repose of his soul by Rev. Fr. Laurence pastor. lnte.rment will folio'" in Tampa. Recltahon of the Rosary will be Monday nlgbt al 7:30 p.m. at Marsicano Funeral Home, 4040 Henderson Blvd. Lakeland; a lso 13 grand c hildren, 23 great-grandchildren . MRS. STELLA L. WATSON Mrs. Stella L. Watson, 69, of 306 S. Albany Ave.,died Satui' day night in a Tampa hospital. A native of Live Oak,. she had lived in Tampa for the past four years. Survivors include her husband, I. K. Watson of Tampa; thre e brothers, Arthur Catholic parish and the Knights 6804 W. Commanche Ave .. died of Columbus in Mobile. Suryesterday morning in a Tampa \!Ving arc his widow, Mrs .. hospital. A natlve of Herndon, Gladys Po"eU, Tampa; two Ga., she had lived in Tampa fo1 stepdaughters, Mrs. Ann Brahe the past 31 years. She was a Whitcomb, Springfield, Va., and member of the Sweetwater Bap l\.Irs. Edith McCabe, Milton, list Church. Survivors include 1\lass.; a sister, Mts. Louise three sons, Cbal'!es H. Kilgore, T\rilchell, Tampa; and several W. E. Kilgore and J. H. Kilgote, nieces and nephews. all of Philadelphia, Pa.: two granddaughte1s and three greatgrandchildren. !\IRS. SARAH 1\IAE GO DSEY ErBACH, FRED G.-Masonic servic3e0! Lewin of Tampa, Henry and Ior Mr. F!ed G .. Eibach. age 77 • • Kent Lewin of Miami and one Ml's. Sarah Mae Godsey, 47, N Clearv1ew. w11l be held Monda.v . . . • . evening at 6:00 at the Chapel of SISters, MISS Rosalie Lewm o f of 1223 E. Flora died Saturday C . A. SHULT Z Walters.Howanl Funeral Service, op Tampa poslte the University of Tampa, W ith --------------aftetnoon in a Tampa hospital. Charles Arthur 75. or Fellowship :Masonic Lodge ln cbarge. Funeral services will be held later the 1ame eveninJJ at 7:30 p.m. at the Lutheran Church of the Good Shep herd, 501 S. Dale lllabry Highway with the Rev. Carl A. Driscoll, As sistant to the President of the Fla . Synod, Lutheran Chu.rch of America, to officiate. Cremation will follow A native of Holland, Mo., she N. C?rtez, died yeste1:day had lived in Tampa for the last afternoon m a Tampa hospttal. 25 years. She was a bookkeeper A Canton. Ohio, he for the Eshelman Feed Co. and/ had ltved Jn Tampa Io: the a member of the Spencer Me-P.ast 43 years. Before h1s remorial Baptist Church. She was' t1rement, he wa.s by active in youth work in t he the Tampa Spnng and V. heel rhurch. She is survivet p o wer to ( gro w by. Ideal for Ro>e Bu.

WANTS NON-COERCIVE SEGREGATION APPROACH U.S. Admiral Defense Seen Germ Warfare 1Moderate1 Gets Mississippi Post D bt C b LOS ANGELES March 25 (.IP) Is now medical director of the 0 U S U an _ A California defense I California dl.saster office. S b B Dr Coggms addressed the U aSeS official says . Russia has a vacconvention of the Cali WASHINGTON March 2 5 (UPD cine against four diseases which fornia Medical Association. JACKSON, Miss., March 25 turn until Ross Barnett became commission ignored a move to as to the best way to accomplish -Adm. George A'nderson, chief can be sprayed by airplane to WPD--"It sha.ll be the duty of in Theil: the have Johnston . firea. Barnett this purpose and how to meet of na.val operations, the protect large populations. the comm1sswn to do and percitizens counc1l professionals had stuck by h1s former cam-certain situations as they arise. " Russians have not bmlt any D c c ' l 0 C ggn told a form any and all acts and things began to take a strong hand in paign worker. Last week , with Between the lines Johnston's submarine bases in Cuba. e 1 . 0 1 s deemed necessary proper t?e operation of the commis-Barnett's was answer seemed to 'say he will But, he said some of its ports Saturday to protect the. of s1on. . elected commiS SIOn d.u ector to accept attistance but by no have been used for refueling vaccme IS effective protectiOn the state of MISSISSIPPI. . . For this reason, an address replace former .shenff Albert means leadership from outside and overhaul. against what Russians beliefe These words from a 1956 by Erie Johnston Jr. to the Jones, who to the commission . . h C b A _ t b th 1 d' th statute creating the state sov-graduating class at Grenada another term as shenff. I Durmg e u an. . n o . e e rna n m . e ereignty commission mean pri-High School last year came as In an interview with United IN ASSUMING the full-time d . e-:son said no Soviet m_1ssile-Umted States' secret bJOlogJcal marily that the agency should a surprise' to many. Johnston, Press International, Johnston job as director at a salary of fmng Tshubs wtehret sighted 10 warfare program. keep Negroes segregated froftl who had been rewarded with yesterday expressed hope the $9 ,500 per year, Johnston is re. ose a. :"'ere. seen, e . . . whites, no matter what the fed-the part-time job of the comMississippi segregationists will taining his public relations sa1d 10 a televlSlon .. •!!tex;r,ie"Y• He Said the would Florida Southern Alumni Install Chief LAKELAND, March 25 (UPDThe Rev . Thomas G . Mitchell of Bradenton was installed her e as national p resident of the Florida Southern College Alum ni Association this weekend. ADVERTISEMENT Helps You Overcome era! government mad do or say . mission public relations director forget past differences and duties and continuing his pro-could have been killed If come from breath10g a spray Through the commission, segre-after handling Barnett's pub-present a united front a gainst gram of sending state leaders H1 added sfo_ containing the germs of the gationists have fought integra-licity in the 1959 gubernatorial integration. Asked if he would1to address civic clubs and other nob b yped diseases. He declined to tell tion in many ways, taking campaign, de-cried the "threats work with the council profes-groups in northern states. Since su s ave een e ec e m e th f h d ' _ Looseness and Worry frequent time-outs to fight each and intimidation" of the citisionals, Johnston replied: the project' s inception more seas around Cuba. newsmen e names o t .1s other. zens council and told the grad"I will apprecmte the cooper a-than 100 speakers have gone On another topic, he said that eases or where he got h1s 10-FALSE TEETH MOST d ' t 'th' th uates that segregation must be tion of all organizations. We all into northern territory, armed recent Russian overflights of formation. commiss Isbu es WI. 10 b e based on mutual cooperation share the same attitudes and with "press kits" and newsmen U.S. aircraft carriers reflected Dr. Coggins formerly was line (non-acid ) powder, sprinkled on tween ansent and respect between whites to preserve our they encounter and Kremlin . about the chief of uS chemcal and bio#44 ART in STEAKS Cocktails Seroed AU Major Credit Cards Yon.-sat. 5; Sl.lll. 5-10:30 P.lll, BERN'S STEAK HOUSE 1201 South HowarG Phone 253-9302. 252-38111 4 Bits. N. Bushore RoJal Hotel th s h e ;;'-d 0 surpor ant and Negroes. traditiOns, though there are OCmanuscnpts prepared by John-threatto their security of these . . . 1 rassment caused by loose plates . Get • 0 e w 0 • I no . casional differences of opinion ston. ships. logical warfare in Europe. He FASTEETH at any dru g coun t er . Quic:kAction-LcwCcst7-WantAds of William J. SIMMONS viewed the add_______ _ _________ Sur:mons and other professional ress as a "surrender" and John• • of the ( white) citizens ston, a weekly newspaper edicouncil. Members of the latter tor at Forest, ran editorials group were defeated at every dubbing Simmons "the rajah of race" and accusing him of supporting "the swinging club and the cracking whip" to stir fric tion and increase council mem bership. The seeming invincibility of University Prof Drowns Off Keys council professionals under the Barnett administration withered last July when the sovereignty M I A M I , March 25 (JP)Seventy-two-year-old Warren Browne, professor emeritis at N 0 r t h western University , Rev. Rodgers drowned Sunday when stiff winds and choppy seas overo t 67 turned his l8-foot boat in the leS a Florida Keys. The Rev. C . E . "Ernie" RodgTwo companions were res-ers, 67, of rural Tampa, died in cued after two hours in the a local hospital Saturday. water by a passing cabin A native of . cruiser. Mango , he was a Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Jensen of member of First Homestead, told t h e Coast Baptist Church of Guard they picked up Howard Brandon and the Purdy and John Skoall of MiT a m p a Baptist ami, Browne ' s two companions, Ministers A s sa-about 10 miles from shore. elation. In relating t h e incident, While a stu-Purdy and Skoall told the Coast dent at Mercer Guard one big wave lifted the University in Ma bow of the open boat and a con, Ga. , he passecon1:l one capsized the craft. tared s e v e r a 1 Purdy told the Coast Guard c h u r c h e s and Browne "couldn't hold on. None upon graduation Rodgers of us could hold on," he said. became the pastor of Leslie "The waves kept knocking us Baptist in Leslie, Ga. He later over." s erved the First Baptist Church Browne's body was recovered of Brandon for years, Bay by a Coast Guard launch. shore Baptist Church for 8 ijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil years and the Vero Beach Bap tist Church for 13 years when he retired. He had also served Authorized FRIGIDAIRE SERVICE No maHer where you bouCJht your Frigidaire appliance •• , We will CJive you guaranteed service by factory trained service personnel. OLDT-WARING "Tampa's Largest Servicing Frigidaire Dealer" Phone 87 6 How at all Franchised* as intrim pastor of the Balla s t Point, Seminole Heights, Palm Avenue, Dover, Brandon First, Ruskin, Wellswood and Spring head Baptist churches. Survivors include his widow , Mrs. Flora Rodgers o Tampa; a brother, R. J. Rodgers, Tam pa; and two sisters, Mrs . Rose McClelland of Lakeland and Mrs. Garland Walden of Dover. U.S. Convoys Move Freely On Berlin Road BERLIN, March 25 (UPD--U.S. Army convoys rolled both ways along the Communist-controlled superhighway betwen Berlin an dthe West today without in terference from Soviet control officers. The convoys were the first in a movement of 3 , 000 soldiers in 600 trucks and jeeps to and from West Berlin over the 110mile highway . One convoy of 105 men in 27 vehicles was cleared by Soviet control officers at the West German end of the Au tobahn in 53 minutes, and a second group, with 58 men in 27 trucks and jeps, was passed in 37 min utes without troubl e, an Army Spokesman said. ARTHUR MURRAY STUDIOS This special cour s e i s offered because we want you to for your s ell bow quickly and ea s ily you can learn the new intere s ting dance step s . This offer will prove to you that, even if you've never danced Le .. fore, you ' ll he able to go dancing after one or two lessons whe n you put yourself in the bands of an Arthur Murra y Studio expert . Vi s it one of the a t t r a c t i v e Arthur Murray Studios and enjoy the friendl y , welcoming tltmo s phere. Learn the Fox Trot, Cha Cha, Twist or any step. Don ' t put it off-you'll be so glad you came in! •Every Ar thur Mur r ay Studio is Indi viduallY o w ned and onera t ed b y a member or your c ommuni t y under a franchis e b y Arthur Murray, Inc. 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THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, March 25, 1963 SPORTS CAR CLUB 1Pack Rats1 See Hillsborough Co. B y STANLEY PAHER 4", and Jack Staples of the Attention USF golfers! Dr. With 13 team entries and ENOTAS heaved the discus 121' Hunter has called a meeting of many independent participants, 4 " . Neither of these events all s tudents and staff managers the 1963 editio n of the intra-counted toward act i vity points. interested i n playing golf . The mural track and 'field meet Both of these events are firsts meeting will be held Wednes turned out successful, as three in intramural play and those (jay , March 27, free period (1:25-records were broken in the marks will be recorded in the 2:20 ) in the UC ballroom. Those two-day event. The ENOTAS record books. attending will make up the piled up the most points in a The FIDES and the ANTI-charter membership of the club. team effort, garnering 29 points. PRIDES will meet i n the finals Items to be discussed at the They were followed by Beta I of women's intramural basket -meeting will be: procedures for East with 22. ball p l ay. FIA and TRI-SIS organizing the club, club phi-By ED CARLSON thecontestants had to identify The University of South Flor-at various places were very unlda Sports Car Club held a usual. ''pack rat rally" on Saturday, An exceptionally tricky idenMarch 16. The rally led the con-tification was the number of teslants on a chase round glass portholes that are Hillsborough County. They on the shore side of Jose Gas were vying for low mileage and par's ship. The trick was that information which the rules 1ethe ship bad i n n u m era b 1 e quired them to fmd. They were square and painted portholes required to visit designated but only one round glass portplaces ln Tampa and collect in-hol e. The other identifications formation. ranged fro m identifying the The participants consisted of color of the second floor elevateams havmg two members, a tor door at the store on the cor dnver and a navigator; male-ner of 22nd Street and Hills feJ!lale combinations. Another borough, to the numb e r of obJect of the rally was to keep benches on the pier at Ballast Tom Brown of the TALOS were eliminated in seiDl-final losophy, by laws, budget for won the 100 yard dash with I play. Basketball all-stars chosen 1963-64, introduction to club ada 10.4 timing. In the 440 yard before the final game include viser, and location of the club dash, Bill Fox of Beta IV East Jackie Chancey, Charlotte An-golf course and the green fees nosed out Ray Fleming of Beta derson and Janie Erteberger of for play there. I West by 53.6 to 54 .0. Jack FIA; Cenelle Fernandez, J. Mur-Team Standings W L Allen of Beta IV East w,on the gado, Susie Jenninga and A . 1. Chisler s 58 34 880-yard run. His time was Mones of the HABEES; Sarah 2. Go Getters . . . 56.! 35.! from backtracking. A time elePomt. rn ent was involved; one of the The rally was fun even for points to be visited closed after the losers; they had the chance 9 p . m., and the rally ended at to g!!t away from their studies 10. Some of the objects that and take an enjoyable ride 2:10.5. Sansbury and Cheryl Cornwall 3 . Thmkers . . . . . 50 42 Beta I East won the 880 yard of FIDES; and Linda McCiel 4. Mathmagicians 48.! 43.! relay in 1:41.0. The ENOTAS Ian, Sandy Miller and Mareesa 5. Pintrons ..... 42.! 49.! and Beta IV West were hard Carpenter of ANTIPHIDES. 6. Imprints .... . 40.! 51.! around the county. The pa1t1ci pants were kept busy afler they had plotted what they felt was on Beta I's heels, with timings The intramural softball tour-7. Pin Benders .. 40 52 o.f 1:41.5 and 1:41.8, respec-nament begins today for both 8. Sil verfish .... 32 50 1No Exit' To Be Presented the shortest route to follow FINDING THE BEST ROUTE -(USF Photos) both driver and navigator had to stay on course and answer Busily charting their way through Tampa streets and highways in the recent the questions correctly. First pack rat rally are Bob Moore and Char lie Ebimann. The event was won b y Don place went to Don Kilgore Kilgore and Jimmy Dykes, however, as Kilgore piloted a 1962 Corvair 34 miles and Jimmy Dicks (navi -to various parts in the city in less than an hour. In addition to a contest of gator)-USFSCC, the1r mileage 1 '1 t t t d t t' b t ' was 34 . 0 miles in a , 62 Corvair. ow m1 eages, con es an s were requrre o answer ques wns a ou certrun points • on the journey. hvely. In the broad jump Ralph men and women. I t was de-It will be a down-to-the-wire Vasquez of the ENOTAS did cided that the fast pitch would finlsh for the winner of the 18' lOlA". A new record was be used. Fom teams are seeded trophy for mos t activity points established in the shot put, as in the tournament : Beta I East, as the ENOTAS and Beta i Jack Staples of ENOTAS heaved ENOTAS, PE Majors and East are leading the pack, the the 16 pound ball 45' 7%", TALOS. latter by only 29 points over breaking his record-setting It was decided that there the onsurging ENOTAS. Next heave last year by about 19 would be no intramural ban-week's stand i ngs will be even inches. In the high jump Frank quet, as previously announced. closer, because the ENOTAS Meiners, also of the ENOTAS, In its place an intramural have captured several track and soared 6 ' 2", a new record, awards night will be held in the field events. T h e top five: bettering the old mark of 6 ' UC ,ballroom April 4. All awards Beta I East . ........... 657 ORGANIZATION NEWS even. earned during tnmester ll will ENOTAS ......••.• , •.. 628 Hell is the setting for Jean In exhibition events pole-be given out at this time. ReAll-Sta r s ...... , , , , , , •. 512 Paul Sartre's "No Exit" to be c I b A d M Restgns U S tten eetlngs, vaulter Randy Wall represent-freshments and a social h our B eta IV East .•.• , , , , •. 49 0 ing the PE majors cleared 11' will follow. ClEO ................. 451 mng at 8:30 p.m. ln the UC D 5 h d J Ballroom. Carrying the roles in a I y c e u e ON ART: FSU. TAMPA U. WIN Apr .• l,l Plan Spring Sessions I Comm., UC264_.5; drama in which Sartre has . A. Dallas Albritton Jr., Tampa Andrew Tartler, president; Don1lene. The home is FIA's project achieved a hellish situation by veDioaplme ePnut rfcellt, o.f de-attorney and Council of the McCl'irnmon, vice president;' for the fall and winter tr" 8:00p.m. Rcsodence Hall, Soclal Chair d th d t or e mverstty of Da 'd Fl t R' h d 1mes-men, UC226. eprtvmg e min .of hose South Florid F d t'o h I Florida Board of Bar ExamVl eer, secre ary; lC ar Iter this year 1 9:00p.m. Residence Hall councll, uc. nues of escape whtch are ord1a oun a 1 n, as . . Harold, treasurer; and J. Allyn 226 . . resigned e f f e c I mers, wtll speak to the USF Bullington chaplain FIDES TUESDAY, !\lARCH 26, Show Set As Picasso Leaves n.arlly at Its disposal. By put-tive Avril 1 to A . C . (F . d f th • PI Pablo Picasso & some Contemporary tmg t.ogether a weakling, a become executive m1cus u;1a s ? c Wesley Foundation ans are underway for the Europeans, Univ. Gallery LY. B y JIM FELTER and a woman ?f no director of the C20o0urtl 7Soctety tomght UC .Members of the' Wesley annual Fides Forest Frolics 1 p.m. u c. Dance Com':"• VC20Q: "Pablo Picasso ana some con-Importance he has constituted at p.m. F d . .11 b h' h .11 b sr.orts Car Club, UC202, u.c. Hos . . . Missol)ri Medical . . oun at10n wt e guests of w 1c WI e held on Sunday, pttahty Comm., UC203; u.s.F. Littemporary Europeans" have a. tno wh1ch 1s bound .to func-Research. Found-Thts group ls composed of the Rev. and Mrs. Ed Davis at I March 31 t H'll b h erary Soc., UC204; veterans Club, moved into the gallery located tlon as badly as poss1ble, ac-ation students. with Dr l!'red their home, 806 Bellcmeade State Park. ' a 1 s oroug g;:!., in the library. They will remai n cording to Bill Kietzer. p ll' as faculty advls?r. Ave., Temple Terrace. The .. . ., . . nat societies , u c. Lessons there until Thursda March 28 M r Campb 11 hi 1 ' urce s resElectiOn of officers and a dis-Foundatt'on has be"en 1 nvt'ted for The Ftdcs Flyers part1c1-Comm .• UC221; Sailmg Club, UC223; "S t Y, E . e m s ana ysts ignation w . f th 1 h 1 d 1 pated in the recent bic cle u c Arts & Exhibits Comm .. uc. orne con emporary uro-of the play observes that de-as an-cu.ssi.on o aw sc oo a a snack-supper and an open . Y 226;. Christian Life Fell., AD1091. peans" include about 36 printcelt is a form of behavior be-nounced t 0 daY IDlSston also. be a fea-discussion forum. T.he group r a eke dheld durmg the AllU 5.00 P m . UC200; Siges, UC makers, and Picasso makes a tween two people and that it (Thursday) by ture Pf tomght s meetmg. will meet in the UC March 31 wee en 204; Delphi, uc226 grand total of 37 h'b't is difficult to lie before a Dr. John. S. Al-Club Purpose at 6 p m ' , SIGES 6.30 p.m. Talos, UC204; Etbelontes, uc. S f th I I ors. third party. Each 1s the torturer Iehn, .of D 1 h . The Turnabout Party has 1 oo205' T srs uc2o E uc orne Ho e names a pop up of the other two; in fact it is t e u n 1. v e r s 1ty The purpose of the club is to e P i : p.m.F.n • 2; notas. are artung, Mtro, Matta, this third party who constitutes and of Purcell provide students, interested in The second Apollo Award, been scheduled for March 30, 3 uc226 Braque, and Rossi. their hell. the foundation's board of dtrec-the study of .law with .informa-presented to last trimester's p.m. at Rowlet Park. An after::gg . Every in the exhibition Inevitably, litUe by little un-tors. hon on .subJect requtrements, best male pledge from the fran?0": of games will _Precede the Sleep." AllStudent Program of 1s an ongmal. They are not Dr. Allen said Purcell and the scholarshtps, law schools, and ternal societies was given to ptcmc-barbecue whic!J. W1ll be Poems by Robert Frost, UC248. copies of another drawing or welcome truth will be out, and board have. been planning for the eight-hour examination re-William Earle 'Klay of Cieo held at 6 Sisters and what ever. The field of print lb's in ilstancte continuation and expansion of quJred by most law schools. Fraternal Society on Tuesday, pledges have. .the spon-Europeans, Univ. Lo/' making is divided into many ecause 1 15. pa.r tcu Y ou ' the foundation's activities in I Current members include March 19 at a dinner for his sors and their !am1lles and a 8 00 a.m. to 4 P m. student L•brary Con components lithographs wood -and because It ts particularly . • group of children from the test, UCIS7 8 h' ' ' a bJ'ect The man Garcin t's a the areas of scholarshtps and students who have been accepsociety. The award was preCh ld , H t 1 :25 p.m. u.c. Lessons Comm. Knittwg. cuts, etc mgs, engravmgs, llno. , 1 . I d d f d ted t h I h ol H e ted b D' Z t I ren s orne as guess. VC108; Water Ski Club, UC202: For leum blocks mo nts t deserter, Inez is a lesbian, specta . an e erre 1 _ a sue aw sc o s .as ar-s n . y tan a angmas er, CIE eigu Language Club. uc2 o 3 ; u.c. , nopn , e c. guilty of the de at h rof her gtfts and establlshment of an vard, Tulane, Vanderbilt, and president. 0 Movie Comm., UC204; Young Dem-The general procedure is to friend's husband, and Estelle' al.umni l:'rogram. plans I!l teri"'! FlA. The brothers of CI.EO have draw, cut,. paint on some has an infanticide on her concontmue, he satd, and pos-been. Jul1an I Sisters and pledges of FIA announced the selectiOn of a Org,., .UC215; council or Fraternal surface, el!mmate all the sur-science. This short one-act is stbl.e. successors to Purcell's Charles vtce prestdent; I spent the evening of March 20 Earle Klay, as the reface material not wanted on the one of the finest examples of posthon are under study. . and Paul Mmssner, secretary-entertaining the young c1p1ent of the Apollo Award. Archery .club. uc223; Baptist stu-print. either by carvi ng, or contemporary P h i 1 0 s 0 Phi . Pt!!cell came to the UnlVertreas.urer. I at the Salvation Army ENOTAS Adetching. Then ink the raised cal drama, continued Kietzer. s1ty m 1961. from Eat::lham ColCiv1tan Club and Hospital on Lake MagdaPlans for upcoming events 1 p.m. u. c. Music Comm. s tereo areas and the paper through lege m Indiana. In hts new po-The club held Its second In __ -----1 d f 1 b d 4 40Hour, UC157. . a press w1th the worked mate-. -Exam sttion with the Missout:i Medi-itiation services for new mem= : comm. Begmrial as the plate. cal Research Foundation, he hers at Fried's Pancake House Venice Minister into brotherhood. At tht's time 6:00p.m. u.c .. Program council, UC214. One can readily see all the will direct a development pro7 p.m. Jew•sh Student Union, UC205; . . . . . . g f t f f in Tampa, March 19. 0 C T d the best pledge award will be Forensic Assn., UC226; Honor So-posstbtlttles and combtnat10ns Changes tteca;;= Prior to the actual services, n ampus 0 ay presented. Enotas will be th.e uc264'5 ; Fia Study Group, all the various textl!res which nancing of a long-range pro-the North Tampa Civitan Club, To DisCUSS Country guests of the sisters of Paideia a:ootJc"iiJaLiberal Religious Forum. .to b\ endless m v.anety. gram in cancer research. sponsors of the USF club, . at a beach party, April 6. The 8:JO p m R<'lhliOus council Play_ "No qm e apparent 10 the The following changes have treated the club to a roast beef The Committee on Interna-brothers assisted the All U Exit." UCZ48. ex 1 1 been made in the exam sched$500 Award dinner At this meeting the tional Studies is sponsoring a weekend by acting as directors1 MARCH 2R 1nsa The cost of an original print . . , . . Pab o P•casso & Some Contemporary 11 , 1 th . . t" ule: Senior Civttans announced a person-to-person contact wtth m the parkmg lots. Europeans, Unlv. Gallery LY. IS usua ) ess an a pa1. n mg Instead of MA 202-02 in CH $200 profit made by the sale of the Venice minister of cultural Tri-SIS 1 '25 0 m . Fides, UC2 0 2 ; Fla Pledges, by the same person. Thts IS be-207 and MA 202-03 m CH 203, By Supply CO fertilizer, a proJect which may affairs today. cause h e can sell one painting change to MA 202-01, 02, 03, 04 • later be taken up by the ColMr. Nuno Aguirrede c The sisters of Tri-SIS FraReli!!lous Council, UC216; .u.c. Rec-$100q and one orin the TA. Industrial Supply Corporation 1 t . arceres ternal Society have made the reatoon Comm . . UC222; R1ver Front 1gmal prmts at $10 ap1 ece and f T h eg1a es. Will be present to answer ques-riverfront recreation area their Area Rep., UC226; Aviation Club, fll . $lOOO f h ' f MA 202-90 91 will be held in o ampa as donated $500 for Services were conducted by hons concerning his country service project. An impromptu LS272. . s I rece1vc or IS e .•. FROM SPAIN UC 248 inste'ad. of CH 204. be awarded Mr. Charles Miller, the actin g between 11 and 12 noon ih supper will be held at the site g;32 forts. Here is one of the many energetic and vi o I en t paintings which will be on display from March 31 until April 21. The MA 202-04 m CH 107, MA m conJunction with the first president of the North Tampa Chemistry 111. T d UC!OO. . 201-01 in CH 205 MA 201-02 annual student art show begm-,.,. t Cl b . t d b D ues ay. 6.30o.m. Student Assn Exec. Counc1L * * * contemporary Spanish FSU took $125 in prize money paintings co t f • . . . . .._Ivl an u , assts e y on UC264. in CH 207, MA 201-03 m CH mng March 31 at the Umvers1ty McCrimmon club vice presi7:30p.m. P . E. MaJors. uc2oo. 2 0 1, 201-04 in CH 202, MA of Florida: . dent. I Campus Noti'ces 1:25 139-All m CH 100, and MA 202-Harnson Covmgton, charrInitiation 6.00 p.m. United Campus Christian Fel 90 in CH 203 have been deleted. man of the visual arts program SINCE MARCH 1 s mester IH-B or Trimester 1 can be o 9fi Instead of MK 441-01 in AD at USF, said the scholarship The following people were Brown, Cre•thton ordered and made available by the 9 00 p.m. u.c. Dance 2007 , change to MK 411-01 in will be bas.ed on the , 3 /12; ror books needed ror these two periods SUNDAY. MARCH Rl, 1963 Insert PH 302-01 to be held show by students. The exhibit Johnson, Paul Van Ostenberg, Jullan D., 3112; 3399, the Tnmester for whtch they are re-Third Annual lnvitatlonal Hans Hoff in CH 1.05 and MA 201-All to will open with a reception Sun-WE_!b_b, Robert White, and f\9.3 Ni2 tfay;er, quired, Le., Trimester IllB or Tri-His Students, Univ. Gal b e held m the TA on Thursday, day at 3 p.m., and a"vards will M1ke W1lbs. mond G . Jr . .'3/18; 2702, mester 1 All order request s should 6 30 p.m. Wesley Foundation, UC226. in the recent All-Florida Under-me 0 us rom graduate Painting competition, the Seattle World's Fair sponsored by tl1e UC Arts and via California. Exhibits Committee and held in. the ballroom. • also of FSU received honorable AI St k • "M J r .. mention. The only other win-an ec er s a . 0 / ning school was Tampa Uniplace, Leon s versity. J ohn Murray' s "En _Portrait of a Pontiff won Rouge" received second place, ftrst place. Lance .Henderson and Joseph s . Gutierrez re ceived honorable ment ion. ' Burton, 3 111 ' 1 be. sent to Mr. Gerard McCabe, ac-April 18, 1963 at 4-5:50 p.m. be presented at 4 : 30 p.m. ' The officers of the club are FILMS AVAILABLE MARCH 2 -qu .. •t•on hbranan APRIL J?-Santa Claus Suit 3 1 26 • 2:(., WITHDRAWALS SINCE. B King and the LJOn 3 '26• C 0 r r a l SUNSCREEN -6914 Add1son, Jud1th 3 126; Not by .Chance 3126.27; Intro 5366 Barber, Bobby Wayne; ducmg Insects 3127 4 112 J up 1 t e r ackmer, James H.: 7137 John Saturn and Mars in Motion 3 127-4 12i !"nc Rey; 6437 Lutsko, James Africa In Change 3 27 '12. Alr and ranc•s, 10081 McElwain, G a y 1 e What II Does 3 /27-4112; of MIS& Elame; 4353 Mann,. ?a trick Edward; Munn 3 /29-412; Employment Interview 2044 Em1ho. Arturo; 9299 3 t25-29; Three of Out Children 3 /26 Moreland, Mary 4753 P1ppln, First Priortty 3 28-29; Sicily: Island 0 JRoan1 C.; 1446 Rardon, Donald L .. 754 Memory 3/25. ob e, Patrlcta A ; 9914 Ruse, Lor1 G.; BC Will Hold Allen To Fine Arts* :ost of the Saturday Dance In Evaluation , 1 ?-rt students have their (Editor's Note: The Campus Forum is designed to provide a regular spot in Fellow Students: At the next meeting of the Student AssociatiOn Legtslature, two bills will be presented for approval of the house. Both involve consti tutional change, one attempting to reform the legislative branch and the other proposing modification of the executive branch. Briefly, the bills will accomplish t h e following: The executive bill will provide for six new offices, all of which are sorely needed (as a matter of fact, those offices are already operating in an unofficial capacity). As an,example, without them we could not have brought the Limelighters to USF. These six offices

Dr. ; of rers fhe tes : 25ose the ub. hifor adlub ees ire :he ats, I :he rer en :\S nd i i 7 i 8 2 r O 1 THE TAMPA Tm1ES, Monday, March 25, 1963 1'7 Jai Alai Davey Moore Dies in Los Angeles Spartans Sign Star Lineman .:: All-Pinellas County guard Jack Larrison will be a partial football scholarship to the Univer of Tampa, The Times learned this morning. The 180-pound guard-linebacker from Boca Ceiga Higli School , earned his keep at a tryout ses sion March 1 at Phillips Field. He impressed foot-.. ball coach Fred Pancoast with his "desire, speed and aggressiveness . " Larrison will receive room, books and meals for the first semester and will be given a chance too earn a full scholarship by his play next fall. Baseball Roundup Continued from Page 16) after two innings in the/ and will miss the opening game. loss to P1ttsburgh. Pittsburgh shortstop Johnny AND PHILADELPHIA first Logan. had to be carr!ed from the f1eld after collidmg with baseman Sievers _is out with' Ted Savage. He suffered a a. cracked . nb, sustamed when severe left knee bruise. hit by a pitche-d ball. He is ex-. pected to be out for th,ree we k Ward of the Whtte Sox e 5 Fehpe Alou o the Giants and 174'\4. Miami and Wayne Thornton, 175'\4, Bakersfield , Calli .• drew, 10. THOIS RIVIERES, Que.-Yvon Durelle, Bale Ste. Anne, N .B. stopped Phonse LaSaga, St. George, Newfound land, 1. Heavyweigbts. Kansas City rookie iDick Green were among hitting start. Alou had two homers in the Giants romp, Ward's third hit, a single drove in the White Sox winning run in the lOth against Detroit and Greene drove in three runs with a homer and a single against Washington. THESE DEMOCRATS CAN DO MORE FOR YOUJ VOTE DEMOCRATIC TUESDAY Ray (. Knopke GROUP 5 • fLORIDA HOUSE OF lEPWENTAJMS Terrell Sessums GROUP 6 • FLORIDA HOUSE Of Paid For llytltt o-atfe fxlcv!Tvt CorimiMN efJ!Torla WARRENM.GOODRJCihiiAYMOND SHRDOI't Oainnaa $tate COtlllllll1eemoa MRS. AUe! eORNELIUS State CommitfMWOmott Entries (Continued from Page 16) Moore successfully defended fatal injuries in defense of his Moore did not appear seri-his title five times. title was Benn y (Kid) Paret. points: ously injured when he talked to Moore, a Negro, was a memPARET DIED April 3, 1962, Golri Uriona, Luki-Vetrl, Galarrar a-ALnewsmen after the Thursday her . of the 19 52 U.S. Olympic of injuries suffered when he morza , Donostl Urquiza. Relnaldo f. ht B t h tl afte the re Boxmg team Atano, Milo-Insausti, Arias-Jauregul. Jg u • s or Y r . . was knocked out by Emile Grif-S ubstltutes: Murillo (front), Salvador porters left, he complamed of ED SANDERS, a hea':Ywe1ght 'fifth in New York's Madison GAME-Slllgles, 6 pa ints : a headache. on the same team.' dJed two Square Garden 10 days earlier. Albcrro, Lequeitio , Martorell, BerasaSuddenly his head dropped years later after bemg knocked . tegui, Tacolo, Azplrl, Oyarzun. Sub forward and he was 10 a coma out in a fight at Boston. . The two fatally s points: fro mwhich he was never to re-Moore turned professional a lllJured m bouts * * * * Lequeltio-Vetri. Re i na ldoUriona. Do-cover. year after the Olympics abd 1 Cr.oot, 1_n a bantamnosti-Salvad or , Golrl-lnsaus tl, GalarWeJght f1ght With J1mm y Barry raga-Garmendla , Milo-Atano. Mu•IIIo-MOORE WAS knocked down won 22 of his first 27 fights. But d Jauregui , Arias-Aimorza . Substi tute s : forthe fJ'rst time Jn the fl'ght he wasn't making much money London 6 , 1897, a_n Lukl Io, tak ing an unusually savage beat-Prov idenc e .......... 1';, Ja T7 Ptf7 GAME Golri-lnsaustl o Le ing. Hershey ........... ... 34 26 8 76 queltlo-ve trl; Gallauga-Garrnendia. AT LEAST IT did not look Quebec ............. 32 28 11 75 FOURTH GAME A tano, Lukl, like t h e kind of beating Benny 8 70 u":fi':/if GAME l'eredo-Martorell; (Kid) Paret took when he was Buffalo ............... 40 22 7 87 Tacolo-Az pir i ; Eiejalde-Tolosa. fatally injured by Emile GrifD•n Sikes, $9,000 ...... 76-70-67-7()-283 :::::::::::: fith in New York City a year Sam Snead, $3,000 .... 75-72-73-71-284 Pittsburgh . . . . . . . . . I9 45 4 42 SEVENTH GAME Tacolo-Urlona; earlier. Tony $3,000 . . 75-7269-286 SATURDAY' S RESULTS Lukl Eloia O y arzun M 29 f S ng AI Baldtng, $2,333 ..... 74-72-70-71-287 Providenc e 2. Buffalo 1 EIGHTH. GAME ..:... Eiuruirre. l\lu . oor e,. ' a pn Dave Ragan, $2,333 .... 75-71-70-7()-287 Cleveland 3, Hershey 3 , overtime , tie guerza , Elola. fteld, OhiO , m1mster, had been Paul Harney, S2..333 ... 68-72-73-74-287 Baltimore 4. P ittsburgh 3 NINTH Ele-champion almost four years. He :: the title b y knocking out Gene IJtt)er, Sl,400 .. 70-71-73-77-291 Cleveland 3, Buffalo 2 , overtime ArEiaLsE-EVIEoiNa' T ' HMurGilAI'!:,uEr-quAiz 1bae.rroA-plrlo H . ogan (Kid) Bassey of Niger_ia Jacky Cup1t, $1,400 ... 74-72-71-74-29I Providence 6, Pitts burgh 1 " • Art Wall Jr., $1,400 .... 73-74-70-74-291 Quebec 3, Roches ter 2 Tacolo-Oumendla; Elejalde-Ortuondo. 10 Los March 18, 19:>9. Jack Nicklaus, $1,400 .. 73-73-291 Springfield 7, Batlimore 4 Jim Wr:t,ht, $1.400 .... 77-72-71-71-291 TODAY'S GUlES :: No games s c heduled. Gar y Player, $1,050 ... 71-74-73-293 WESTERN LEAGUE Dow Flnsterwald, $925 .. 75-72-75-294 NORTHERN' DIVISION Mason Rudolph. S925 .. 74-727-75-73-294 w L T Pts . ::: Seattle ............... 34 32 2 70 Jay Hebert, 5750 ...... 80-71-73-71-295 Vancouver .......•... 32 30 4 68 Don January, $750 ..... 77-7I-73-74-295 Edmonton ............ 23 43 2 48 Ted Kroll, $750 ....... 70-72-78-7:>.-295 Calgary .... .......... 23 42 2 48 Bowie, Md. Kelso, $3.60, rushed from behind down the middle or the lrack and won the $I09,750 Campbell Handicap at Bowie and became the third ranking millionaire horse. New York -Kisco Kid, S2S.60, easily won the $27,900 P aumonok Handi cap at Aqueduct . Miami-Tutankhamen, $5.90 sped to a concinvlng 2'h-length triumpb In the $41,335 Donn Handicap ai Gulf stream Park. Lincoln, R.I. Carl Gambardella rode three winners Including School Caper. $25.80, in the $5,000 Spring field Handicap at Lincoln Downs. Hot Springs, Ark. -Loyal Son, $5.60. surged to the front In the stretch and won the $10,000 Razo rback Handicap at Oaklawn Park. San Mateo, Call!. -Golden Curra, $6.40, scored a 1\4length victory in the $10,000 added Carmen Stakes at ay Meadows. SOUTHERN DIVISION Portland .......... 41 2 0 8 San F'rancisco ...... 25 1 Los Angeles .......... 34 30 3 Spokane . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 35 2 SATURDAY'S RESULTS Los Aungeles 3, Spokane 1 San Francisco 3, Sea ttle l Calgary s. 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18 THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, March 25, 1963 New Plans • Boat Show Derby Lane Secret to Loyola1s Win: Don1t Get Seasonal Honors Sunshine Closes Tuesday Afte OLDSMAR -The curtain rings down on the 1963 thor oughbred racing season at Sunshine Park tomorrow aft ernoon. AN EXCELLENT nine race progran1 has been carded for the getaway day and a large crowd is anticipated to bid fond adieu to the sport of kings. Owners, trainers, jockeys and officials have completed plans for the next town. The majority will be heading for New Jersey, Kentucky, IlliSoftball Practice TONIGHT'S SCHEDULE 7:00--Wcs' 66 Service, Legion. 8:30--Palm Ave. Bapt., Legion. 7,00-Fla. Steel, Clearfield. 8:30--First Meth., Clearfield. 7'00-Riverside Bapt.-Red, Cuscaden. a, 30--Riverside Bapt.-Blue, Cuscaden. 7'00--Mango Bapt., DeSoto. 8:30--Concord Bapt., DeSoto. 7,00-Mer Mac, w. T. Hts. 8 :30--T. Van Eyck Cons!., W . T. Hts. 7:00-Weyerhaeuser Corp., Fair Oaks. 8:30--Henry's Phillips 60, Fair Oaks. ?,oo-Ralston Purina, Gary. s,Jo-Hillsboro Meth., Gary. 7:00 -Tarnow Foods, Hyde Park. 8'30--First Bapt., Hyde Park. 7'00--Palma Ceia Presby., Palma Ceia. 8:30--Ciearwater Steel, Palma Ceia. ?,Oo-Budwelser. Henry & Ola. 8'30--Spencer Mem. Bapt., Henry & Ola. 7:00--Cuban Bakers. Rome & Sligh. 8:30-Candileri Foods, Rome & Sligh, 7:00--Hyde Park Meth., Hunt. 8:30--Peninsular Christian, Hunt. Robinson, Manroe Staffs in Hoop Tilt The Robinson High faculty will meet Monroe's junior high faculty in a basketball game tomorrow at 7 : 30 p.m. in Plant Gym. nois, Ohio and West Virginia. with the best on the grounds and is. a resolute runner. Today's feature will be the Palm Harbor Purse at six fur longs and seven allowance runners have entered. The entry of Boxscore and Texas should have a say in the . hunt. Each is a gifted sprinter and can turn it on when in the mood. BILLY BRIER, who was beaten in his last race, is back for another try at winning five races at the meeting. He was undefeated going into his last race, is back for another try at winning five races at the meeting. He was unde feated going into his last out ing at four in a row. .STILL ANOTHER qualified aspirant for the winner's check is Seward Lad who won here in fast time. A repeat performance would not raise too many eyebrows. The probable early speed is Mt. Olivet while Cactus Jack possesses the late foot which keeps the front runners about their business. Winter Interlude Is the main obstacle in his path. He has been matching strides RA .LPH 'S Ralph Shoemaker is back for his fifth year as The Times Sunshine Park Handi !':! eapper. I His selections a n d supporting com ments wiU be carried daily in The Times sports pages. Saturday, Ralph had four winners in 10 races for a .400 average, bringing his season's total to 109 winners in 476 races and a .228 average. Plan to follow "Ralph's Ratings" daily. MONDAY, MARCH 25 :FIRST RACE-Purse $!JOO. 3 and 111-..,ai'"'d-en -.-. -=c::-la71m-,-ln-g-. ""s""r-ur..,.lo _ n _g_s. pp HORSE WT. JOCKEY COMMENT ODDS 4 Lone Fledge 120 0. Prasaquct Last put on edge 5-2 3 Mr. Hustler 114 No Boy Set or best 3 9 Deal Me Out 104 R . Gash Be close up -1 8 Doll Cry 104 T. Sisum Early speed In last 6 1 Bolivar Queen 109 B. Walt ll!ay have big lead 6 1 7 Fi's Pride 114 L . Hanks Tip 8-1 6 Dandy Carrier 109 H. Clark !\lay forget to stop 10 2 Fair Robin 110 P . Paquin Outside chance 15 5 Real Impulsive __ 120 No Boy May better rating 6 SECOND RACE-Purse $900. 4-yea r-olds and up. Claiming. 8 furlongs. Oh I See 115 P. Borgemenke Looks like right one 2 Dressy One 115 R. Landing Go well today 4 New Decade 115 No 'Boy Showed promise in last 5 Miss Sla Kap 115 H . Clark Some fair tries 6 Quarterbrass 120 L. Hanks First here' fast 8-1 Gems Royal 120 No Boy Have some backers 10 Teyham 120 M. McKenzie Some early speed 15-1 Dynamometer 120 No Boy Wants more ground 20 RACE-Purse S900. 4-;rearolds and up. Claiming. 6 furlongs. aPhar In Front 118 H. Clark Can take this a-Deep Dish 118 H . Clark Mate to choice Blairstown 118 No Boy Last good Helens Grace 113 R. Landing Back i n form c-Ted Harvey 118 M . Bravo Fair efforts c-Donna Debra 108 J . Rivera Part entry Petes Penny 113 R . Arrondondo Mud helps Gevis Joy 113 J. Vinson Must improve a -Van Ness Denton entry 5 5-2 4-1 4-1 6-1 6-1 10-1 IS-1 FOURTH RACE-Purse $1,000. 2-year-old Maidens. ClalmlnJ. Rummager 119 R. Landing Bet in debut Busv Red 119 M. Manganello Fast trials Halla 119 C . Nicholson Reported fast m 3 furlongs. 2 4 4 6 8-1 Wheel Along 116 E. Plesa Making debut Mr Nipper 119 T. Lipham Some close ones Fleet Bob 119 L. Hanks Ra.ilbirds like Valeene 116 P. Borgmenke Still green Sad Timmy 119 McKenzie Speed in AM 10 6 12-1 15-J 15 4-yearolds. Claiming. 6 furlongs. 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Jucker IS land's pretty daughter Kathy, a tional collegiate championship, the Coach of Year and Ire-Loyola cheerleader cha nted over as George Ireland and the Loy-land of Loyola IS the champ. and over: "We're Loyola. We're ola of Chicago Ramblers did IT BAS GOT t h e. stage No. 1." this year, take two preliminary where . the stock m th:e Ireland had this observation: steps. champiOnship dressmg IS "It's a great thing for bas-1 Play well but not quite well 1a gro_up kshdott of the. vtanouts ketball when peasants like us . esser ran e earns pom mg o th t' 1 h enough to earn the No. 1 ratmg. the ceiling yelling, shouting: WI n e na c ampiOn2. Coach well but not quite "We're No. 1." While the kids ship. It g1ve the other impressively enough to be and the coach who were so E WAS Coach named Coach of the Year. ranked uttered something like: . Loyola's heart-thumping 60"That's basketball." turned back m his Bear-58 overtime victory over two-It was all of that last weekbid foi t year Cincinnati Satend h':re at Freedom Hall when thif: a seventh Ploss urday mght the a tap-m by 6-foot-6 VIc Rouse g e as head coach at Cin ure of the nation s top-rankmg as time ran out brought the . s teams to six straight years. Loyola Ramblers their first naiiicmiiiiiiiniiiiaiiiitiiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii NOT SINCE unbeaten North tiona! championship in their Carolina swvived a triple over-first NCAA appearance. time battle with second-ranked While Coach of the Year Kansas in the classic finals of Jftcker fidgeted on the bench 1957 has the No. 1 ranked team and his team of the year stalled wound up with the champion-on the court, Loyola overcame ship. . a 15-point deficit and sent the Kentucky, ranked nmth, Won exciting battle into overtime on in 1958 w hen West Virginia was a 10-foot j u m p shot by All No . 1; California, No. 7, in 1959 America Jerry Harkness. The when Kansas State had earned Ramblers won it on Rouse's fol the top rating; third-rank.ed low to a jumper by Les Hunter Ohio State in 1960 when Cincm-with one second remaining in nati was ranked first, and sec-the extra period. ond-ranked Cincinnati in 1961 IN THE DRESSING room, the and 1962 when Ohio State was Ramblers-who had beaten sec dominating the poll. ond ranked Duke 94-75 in the No wthird-ranked Loyola has iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii the crown in a season w h e n Cincinnati was the overwhelm ing choice from start to finish. If that doesn't i n d i c a t e enough of a jinx, then figure this. In both 19 6 1 and . 1962, Ohio State's Fred Taylor had already made his t h a n k you speech as Coach of the Year Ladies' Night Monday and Tuesday l a d ies ad mitted free except for tax.. Action From 8 P.M. to Mldntch& Thrilling! 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Sanitation drive away swarms of pigeons. \ cleanup squad, and mtends to cost $625 Five pounds of flour as many do to tell me that she loves devotedly, so she will years of hard work well done was his college campus's great-worker 1 c ted th ho The owls cost $36.50 and are put them to work later thls,was 27 cents, a dozen eggs 29 she feels terr.ibly distressed be-not be left entirely alone. every day. She. enjoys the. priv-est hero -their All-American d . ts . 0 : h e c made of plas.tic. They have faces year after the courthouse is re-cents and a pound of ground cause her children have grown found some outside of sometimes sleepmg a "e!!d" and pass receiver. He an re lll ne t em. on both s1des and can be painted. beef 18 cents. Finding Interests Vital for Retirees up mto adolescenoe, and in a mterests,. she. IS teachmg part-bttle m the mor':im.g, and sa1d, "Isn't it strange? Now way, have left her _ mentally time, .which IS very good; but she enJoys the qmet m her when I go to the campus only and spiritually. she still feels the need for some-house. the head coach knows and Tbey no longer depend on her kthmg to keep her busy and to She has been wise enough to remembers who I once was. and need her as the d d. eep her from thmkmg. Only he pays me a little respect. Y once 1 ' I th' k th' L k'l t instead, they are finding their m IS woman needs uc 1 Y, 1 does not hurt me any own friends and their own in:to learn to accept the "stepmore, like it used to." terests; so now she is left reeldowns" that come with the One of the hardest things that ing lonely and lost. She says years: she must accept them comes to many a man is retire"My babies are gone!" ' and must quietly face the fact ment at 65. He is wise then if I that such changes come to all he goes right out and finds him-. 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A man who p.erhaps DISEASE of the gallbladder for years was president of a is seen three or four times as bank can now , after seve1al ft years of retirement go into his o en m women as ID men. If old place and be unnoyou want to know about this ticcd. This hurts him. He, who disease, send for Dr. Alvarez' was once one of the officers of booklet, "Gallstones and Gall a bankers association, can now bladder Disease." Add . go to a meetmg of thJs group . ress yom and no one will ask his opinion request, enclosmg 25 cents, to about anything; the chairman Dr. Walter C. Alvarez, Departwill ask him to "say a few ment TAM, Box 957, Des Moines words. 4 Iowa . . This will, of course, hurt him, ' but he must say to himself, F "That is the way life is, so why rom Memory . . The younger men are now SUN CITY, Ariz. (/P)James ftghtmg theu to the top Sullivan bought a home in the as , I once did. 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