University of Tampa - Moroccan Yearbook (Tampa, FL)

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Va 1.- 4; , ,, XXX kg ix. $$XXNX x X kw: V w M L 74+ u'm.J;-u-'v---Wui-vvrariegnacngiva WW v-?$-' W" w ' "V; "" ' ' W . u I . . , , , 1:. d--'.t'- . ' :p negapw k.x, A .xd f v z , .' MW mmr-u vvm ENTRANCE , , gw...w.,, .5 hvh'w'Mx'v'K , , . v... u...- . t , , , ,-,:........n.:n.h.-ru um....nnm.---.-.-q,--w mg-"a. I , -...-cv.-.-.-................ ....,, u"... . .2 V r? 9!:4' 3w'9n -3: ahaxaxoxax 1th,: .++c+c+c+c+c+c+c-4$ '7 fDedication Co the Citg of Campa, without whose sitcere cooperation the progressive past and the hopeful future of our Universitg would not have been possible, we the Senior Class dedicate the 1938 moroccan. m." - m ,..- -. "-7--- .-,...----.........4.........,., -+v9m.-..;.. , A w.- ....Mwwewe...-.g-.-......-...,-.,....-m.,.n...,...e...e want..- 9 . L g 53.1w: iiuungk 2n. xxyvynwzn :IMWWW ,anwg . -k4.-..-"-I--II-W--Wm-h,-u .... DZ, m77-.. D 503., STADI VM Campa 3333 340th ECTERDAY, a center of culture and fashion, a symbol of gracious livingeThe Tampa Bay Hotel! Today, an institution of higher learning, : symbol of scholastic endeavoreThe University of Tampa! In 1888 construction of this typically Moorish building was begun. By the time of its completion and formal opening, Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Plant, displaying the good taste of connoisseurs, had furnished and adorned their palace with treasures of rare value. Priceless fun nitnre, statuary, paintings, tapestries, mirrors and etch- ings added glory to the beauty of the architecture. Drawn by the fame of its Moorish architecture and its magnificent furnishings, many American celebrities and titled Europeans came to the village of Tampa to be guests in this hotel. In 1933, the University of Tampa began life as a four year college in the 01d Tampa Bay Hotel. Led by far- sighted, courageous, sacrificing trustees and faculty mem- bers, approximately three hundred students entered the old building and made themselves at home amid this dusty glory. The uphill progress of this Jniversity has never been free from struggle, but every year the steadily growing fame of the University as a center of learning has more than repaid the founders for their nnswerving loyalty to their ideal. Because we are aware of our rich heritage of beauty and because we feel a deep gratitude for its inspiration, we have endeavored to show, in the 1938 Moroccan, how the atmosphere of this building has colored. with deeper and more abiding hues, the manifold activities of the U niversity. 'v W' . .n..M-uWW-map-M-.-d--;;...,-,-.wa-.u v .. . xxxV , 745? XX m... . .... r..........u-.- . NZ E? In memoriam Gladgs Jacobs August Ingleg w G Brorem 9x! ,9! xXKA I .xALKIrlxi! Y R A R B I L 91.. u. - Crustees R. J. BINNICKER, Chairman CHARLES F. BLAKE, Secretary ERNEST MAAS, Treasurer w. 1n ADAMSON JOHN G. ANDERSON H. P. BAYA CARL D. BROREIN F. K. CONN A. L. CUESTA J. A. GRIFFIN GEORGE B. HOWELL a FRANK D. JACKSON D. B. McKAY J. s. MIMS J. W. MORRIS, JR. V. V. SHARPE JOHN H. SHERMAN DAVID B. SMILEY JOHN B. SUTTON JAMES T. SWANN B. s. E. THOMASON JAMES H. THOMPSON ROLAND A. WILSON g D. H. WOODBERY 3,- Administrative Officers DR. JOHN H. SHERMAN PRESIDENT AB. Cornell; L.L.B. John Ma hall Law School; M.A. University of XVisconsin; PILD. ibid. MORRIS S. HALE DEAN . Peabody, 1928; M.A. ibid, 1931. MILLER K. ADAMS z Jnstructor in Physical Education 1 ' and Hygiene B.S. University of Tampa, 1935. XVALTER BETHEL Instructor in Music B.A. Ohio State University, 1933; M.A. Boston Univer- sity, 1935; Cleveland Institute of Music, 1934. BEATRICE ALLGOOD Axsistant in English B.S. Massachusetts State College, B.S.N0rt11western University, 1904; MS. ibid, 1905; Ph.D. Clark University, 1911. 1925; M.A. Columbia Uni- versity, 1934. DONALD D. BODE' Professor in, Chemistry BS. Southwestern University, 1929; MS. University Of Vir- ginia, 1933; Ph.D. ibid, 1934. GUY G. BECKNELL Professor of Physics -.-..,,-.-,-...........v;.----v --....1..;.. .m- ., -11W1. ...- NORM ll Graduate cagn. 19 PT" . Q... --.--. mwl---I-.u-mn.p-y NORMAN BORCHARDT Inslrllctor 1'11 Art Graduate, Art Institute of Chi- .ago, 1912; twenty-five years of PILB. Emory professional illustrating. ELIZABETH M. CONE Instructor in Ed'ucufion AB. University of Florida, 1932; G 'zlduate Student, ihid. RICHARD 1V. BRYAN Amislant Professor of Business Insfrurtor in Public School Art Administration BLANCHE M. CAHOON Potsdam S t a t e Normal, New University, 1916; York; Rochester Art Institute, 11.8. New York University, 1924; New York; IleLand Standford Graduate Student, ihid, 1934. University. ELIZABETH P. CONNALLY Instructor in Public Speaking 0.13. Curry School of Expres- sion, Boston, 1917; Graduate Student, ibid, 1919. " 09; R 1 11 1 1 1 , . .' 1 1 ' V i 3 1 t 3 H , I j- 1 1 l I l 1 , , ! f x I 1 '1 Xi , E . k H 1 V 1 x I y M1 M , h 11 0 . 1 1!" :1 xi . h I Xx .11 9 l 51,101, i 0 i 1'1! F1 1 I , 1 v 1 ' 0 h 1 ,- 1 j'9 WILLIAM E. CULBREATH, Jn. EDENIA DELANY MINNA C. DENTON 1 1 X Instructor in Journalism Assistant in Spanish Professor of Home Economics w 11 BS. in Journalism, University A.B. University of Tampa, 1936. BS. University of Michigan, 1900; 1 . x'l Of Florida, 1933. MA. University of Michigan,1901; 1 11 Pll.D. University of Chicago, 1918 x M , 1 1 1 l1, : 1X 119 , l X 11 1, X1 If s; 1x 1 1 x9 l W 9' i 1 W1 i xx U l! 1 x01 J VII 1 I i 1 x i I ' l x 1 13X 1 xx HCX xX X, ' x ,7 ,l 0.x 1," 11 11, l , M l I 1 l 1 i 1 ;: E 1 O HARRY M. DOBSON FLORENCE GRAY 1 Instructor in M'usic History Instructor in Public School 1 . Institute of Musical Art; Fif- MMIC I 1 teen Years of Private Study in B.P.S.M. Indiana State Uni- 1 1 New York; Damrosch Orches9 versity, 1925; MS. ibid, 1933; 1 tra, 1918; Pupil 0f Buldrinc, Graduate Metropolitan School L 1930. of Music. ' ? ,pu.-. w w ,. ---.- .... .. - -M Wmv-1ww--$ ,1 .1.-.--....h-.v. --....-. , u,- NASH HIGGINS Professor of Physical Education and Director of Athletics AB. Wabash College, 1924. OTTO P. K RA US A ssociate Professor of German and Philosophy A.B. University Of Southern California, 1928; M.A. Univer- sity of Southern California, 1930; P11.D. University of VVis- consin, 1933. EDWARD B. HINCKLEY JESSE L. KEENE Professor of English Instructor in History A.B. Harvard University, 1924; A.B. Vanderbilt, 1927; MA. Pew M.A. ibid, 1926; Ph.D. ibid, 1932. body College, 1937. C. HERBERT LAUB Professor of History A.B. DePauw University, 1921; MA. University of XVisconsin, 1922; Ph.D. ibid, 1929. -U 1 ,.w.--..r.. . ....,.r-....1, - .WM. x-JN .00! , 1.! a '1 I,, , 1x i , ,0 Mn , 0 1,1 9'" PORTER McLENDON RUTH MOFFATT CLYDE A- MORLEY :1 W q Instructor in Economics Instructor in Music and Womews Professor of Education 0 i 1 AB. Birmingham-Southern, 1929; Phymal Education AB. University of Wisconsin, 0 15' x M.A. University of Virginia, 1930. BS. Peabody, 1928; M.A. ibid, 1924; M.A. ibid; Ph.D., 1929. 1N1 9 1932. 1 1' K 'I l LOUIS ALVAREZ-NAVA WALTER M. PEARSON Y VEGA Instructor in S Jan'sh 5 . - 2 1 Ph. B. Emory University, 1918; AB. UnlverSIty 0f Oviedo, M.S. ibid, 1930. Spain, 1908; BS. Ecole de Chimic, France, 1911. Instructor in Biology h m." ".1-" -7...-... --.-..-w-w. .VH. sin, iW M. C. RHODES Associate Professor of Mathenmtiz-s X B CORNELIUS S. STEINBERG Instructor in Latin Tulane University, 1923; CHARLOTTE ANNE THOMPSON Librarian B.S. Mississippi State Teachefs MA. Princeton University, 1924. AB. University of Michigan, 1931; College, 1923; M.A. Peabody Col- lege, 1927; Ph.D. ibid, 1930. AB. Library Science, ibid, 1932. JOHN B. 1VALTHOUR Instruclor in New Testament Cornell Graduate, 1926; Theo- logi 'al Seminary, University Of the South, 1931. REUBEN D. WVEBB Assistant Professor of English B.S. Alabama Polytechnic In- stitute, 1897; 111.8. ibid, 1898; Graduate Student, University of Chicago. A. G. WUERTZ Instructor in Engineering Science Ohio State University DAVID L. ZIELONKA 1 Instructor in Old Testament and Sociology AB. University of Cincinnati, 1926; B. H. i k Hebrew Union College, 1925; Rabbi, ,4" ihid, 1929. MRS. ANNIE MITCHELL MR. MARSHALL H. THOMPSON MISS EDITH BROWN Secretary to Dean. Preceptress, Girls' Dormitory. ; MRS. WILLIAM S. MARBOURG MISS ELIZABETH SMITH Secretary to President. Bookkeeper. S. F. HARDEE Night Watchman. Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. x-4 ''''''' - -,,-A.-..H r-.." --- SENIOR CLASQ OFFlCERS LUTHER SPARKMAN PRESIDENT JAMES LINDSAY JEANIE TRICE VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY J R M qt H 2 W..- .-. -..-..,.....- ..;M- gmHMg-g'. .....a m.......-,.-.- aw... - . A - . 3 F E B R U ARY CLA S S XVOODROVV JAMES BRYAN Durham, North Carolina Bachelor of Arts Sigma Kappa Nu "T1, Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Kappa Nu, Treasurer 4; Pan Hellenic Council 2. MRS. NETTIE PAETKE COXVLEY Tampa, Florida Barbelor of Science in Educalion University of Florida 1920; ihid, Extension Division 1933-34, 1934-35; John B. Stetson University 1936. DOMENIC VALENTI GIUNTA Tampa, Florida . Bm'lmlor of Science in Education Rho Nu Delta 13.5. in Cmnmerce 1936; Class Orator 4; Moroccan Stuff 4; Minaret 3, 4, 5; 313 Mas- quers 5; Rho Nu Delta President 4, 5; Pan Hellenic Council 4; Presidenty Round Table 1. - -;"x -; ; .. 2" '" - -";-" 2 2 2; ;2,,9x! H M iv H ; , H; FEBRUARX CLASS H; V, X ; ; E , ; . ; , Hi ; 2,2,, t . ANGELINA CHILLURA MARTINO YX ; ; Tampa, Florida ; - M , X Bachelorof Sciencein Education WRLC N J i 2', Alpha Gamma W V , President W.A.A. 4; Basketball 1, 2; Intra- 9 X I v murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Gamma Treasurer 4; k N I W Pan Hellenic Council 3. N1 V Xx; ; , w M N x X2 N ; 4 ,i ' 21 V , ; 22 w; L2 x ; V X X M , ,2 Xx: 222 N M ; 2 , 4 ; N; PAUL BOYNTON MITCHELL X : , ; New Orleans, Louisiana Nf ; " Bachelor of Science in Business 2N , Administration Dean2s LiSt 2; Chairman Election Commit- N a tee 1; Radio Club 2; Yacht Club 2; Intru- N y IV murals 2. ; V VI, 2 CNN y - 504; g ,g. 77! N M x N f N ; l x 3' f; i4 1 Dr.- 1 L. ' k .A. -m..." .h w '"W' -7 --.-.V .-..... . -. W--2.2$-..gu.u. MN, ,- ..-....--..-2.-.2.7...N., JUNE CLASS CHARLES ALFONZO AMMONS Rutledge, Missouri Bachelor of Soimu-e Dean1s List 4; Pre-Medical Club 1, 2, 3; Assistant in Biology Department 4. MYRON LYTTON ASHMORE Sopchoppy, Florida Bachelor of Science in Educaiion Tau Omega 1936 South Georgia State Junior College; Dealfs List 3, 4; President Student Council 4; W'hds Who 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball 1, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Intramurals 3, 4; 3TV Club 3, 4; Treasurer Tau Omega 4.. HUGO VINCENT BONANNO Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science Rho N11 Delta Demfs List 2, 4; Honor Roll 1, 3; Science Club 2; Intramu '318 1, 2, 3, +; Secretary Rho N11 Delta 3. a 4 ; JUNE CLASS MRS. MARIE PETRALIA CARUSO Tampa, Florida ; Bachelor of Science in Education , Dr" I; Q V 4 4 t J, x, ROMA JOYCE CASSADY U4 , Tampa,F101'ida Bachelor of Science 'in Education 5 Sigma Theta Phi LL 1937; Honor Roll 2, 3; Secretary Junior Class 3; Treasurer Sigma Theta Phi 2. X " , 4, xx K ? FRANK JAMES CLINTON X 1 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida ; i Bachelor of Science in Education 7- Tau Omega IE T Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; All State Basketball 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; 2T4, Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman V. Team and Equipment Manager 4; Tau 2 . Omega Sergeant-at-Arms 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 3. , ; B--MF..2g.h.H... ...-.M.- ,4- -.--.54..-.... MN. .. -. w , ., w, J UNE CLASS CAMPBELL CRIDLEBAUGH Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Sigma Kappa Nu Dealfs List 2; Honor Roll 4; Sigma Kappa Nu Pledge Scholastic Ring 2; Intru- murals 2, 3. XVILLIAM HAYWOOD GAINER Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science Sigma Kappa Nu Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Capt. Touch Football Team 3; Football 1; Sigma Kappa Nu Ser- geant-at-Arms. AUTREY JOHNSON HAYES Webster, Florida Badmior of Science in Education Tau Omega Norman Junior College 1, 2; Student Coun- cil; Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Gold N. Club 2; Football 3, 4; Intra- murals 3, 4; Horseshoe Champion 3; WW Chlb, 3, 4; Tau Omega Sergeant-at-Arms 4. - , . ,V , , -, 7 ,,,,, .; A . .r.-.........-.,,--.-.;.; .. - .. ..... .,.2.....,.,..--.- -M ----- nu-o-u- ,,;...--2,W.....- - v--'--;-"- - .;..-., 3.57.3.3 11;" JUNE CLASS BERT DILLON HERNANDEZ Key West, Florida Bachelor of Arts ', Rho Nu Delta Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 2, 3; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Chorus 4. V: : 1 r' , 2 1 ,, 1 3,, V, , ; 23x i 2; ;, ,3 ; y, ,2 , 2 2 l M 2 2 MARGARET FRANCES HITCHCOCK v ' I, Tampa, Florida '1 Baclwlor of Science in Education K ,1 Sigma Theta, Phi 3 Library Assistant 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 4; Chorus 4; Sigma Theta Phi Reporter 3. . : IX , K ",x ; , ,, XX, II I; , ; SARA MARGUERITE HOWARD :, Tampa, Florida , 5 9 Bachelor of Science Delta Kappa Dealfs List 2, 3; Secretury-Trezlsurcr Sopho- more Class 2; Quill Club 4; Minaret 1; Yacht Club 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Basketball 2; Fencing Club 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 3. ; ..;.,.. --.....l .....-.-R-$-a-..... am... .;.. --.,,,v....-..-mww-www---.-..--...-..-.-....--.....-- .nm-aax-an-oa ..... .. ... JUNE CLASS LAFAYETTE NEXVTON INGRAM. JR. Tampa, Florida Bavlwlor 0f Svionro Sigma Kappa N11 2 1- XVhoXs' 2mm 21:; Basketball 2; H'Im Club 2, 3; Pan-I-Iellenic President 3; Sigma Kappa N11 President 3, 4. , EDNA ELOISE JOHNSON Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Scimu-n in ICdm'aliml Sigma Theta Phi Secretary Student Council :14; Vicc-President Sophomore Class 2; Minzu'ct 3, 44; Moroccan 2, 44; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, LL; NIISS University of Tampa 3; Sigma Theta Phi President 2, 3, Vice-Prcsidcnt A14. w ROBERT LEE JOHNSON Huntington, West Virginia Bachelor of Science Deenfs List 3; Assistant in Biology Depart- ment 3, 4; Chemistry Research 3; Epsilon 2 ' Delta, Marshall College 1, 2; Alpha Kappa t ' Pi 1, 2. J USE CLASS MARY ETHEL KING Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science in Education LI. University of Florida ,, JAMES JOSEPH LINDSAY -, 4 Tampa, Florida A ,' Bachelor of ANS ; ' 1 X Tau Omega 1 V 2 Secretal'y-Treasurer Freshman Class 1; Stu- X 4 g dent Council 2; Vice-President Senior Class ; V n 4; Freshman Guidance Court 2; Interna- 4 , tional Relations Club 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3f 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4; Junior-Senior 4 Banquet Committee 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; ,, Tau Omega Corresponding Secretary 4; x , Sigma Epsilon 1, 2. LOIS MCGUCKEN Tampa, Florida 3 Bachelor of Science in Education Delta Kappa Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Yacht Club; Intramurals .- 1, 2, 4; Delta Kappa Sergeantat-Arms 4; 1' Corresponding Secretary. 42 JUNE CLASS 1; JANE CATHERINE PEARSON Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Arts Delta Kappa Honor Roll 4; Library Assistant 2, 3; Mus- eum Assistant 4; Delta Kappa Sergeant-at- Arms 3, Vice-President 4. EDNA FRANCES PRINCE , '- 1 ; Tampa, Florida v Bachelor of Arts a ,r Delta Kappa ; 1 Student Council 2; Editor Minaret 1; Bas- , , ketball 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 4; Delta ; Kappa Parliamentarian 4; Quill Club 4. RUDY HENRY RODRIGUEZ Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science in Education Tau Omega Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 I Track 1; Baseball 1; 11T1, Club 1, 2, 3, 4 mm; Tau Omega Vice-President 4. '11P o. u- 15, JUNE CLASS 4 V MARK MORRIS SHINE 1 Tampa, Florida X ,4 Bachelor of Science in Business M ,' Administration , Xx V Deaws List 2, 3. 1y 1 Xx. u ' :4 , w 1, ,r 1 E '1 ,4 x 1 ' 1 1 ,2 , 5 1,, , lx' x ,, X 1 4 ,2 ,4 , XXx 1 x , 1 x 1 ,, x i , , 1. 2 1 I l , 4 LUHHER SPARKMAN RX i ' 1 Dania, Florida X4 1 Bachelor of Srience in Business 1 11 , A dmim'stration X, x Tau Omega 4 'e' ,- President Senior Class 4; Vice-President X4 Student Council 4; Freshman Guidance 1 17 z Court 2, 3; Moroccan 3, 4; Football 1, 3, 4; 14 1 , 2 Basketball 1; WIN Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-Presi- ' 1 1X ,1 dent 4; Intramurals 4; Tau Omega Presi- X ,2 dent 3, 4. x 1 1 z x ,1 l , , x x , y? , X N X 1 1 I 2 1. I , X y ,1 JEANIE MARGARET TRICE Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Arts Delta Kappa Chairman Election Committee 2; Secretary Senior Class 4; Moroccan Stat? 3, 4; Quill Club, Secretary 4; Varsity Volleyball 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary VV.A.A. 3; Miss University of Tampa 2; Delta Kappa Treasurer 2, Presi- ; dent 3, 4; VVhds Who 3, 4. . 2.. iMan-WKu".....-,..........r.,1.w.11. ., . ..... V. . ,, ...-.... . . JUNE CLASS JAMES EDWIN TURNER, JR. Dade City, Florida Bachelor of Science Assistant in Chemistry Department 3, 4; Chemistry Research 3, 4; Moroccan 4; Quill Club, Treasurer 4; Yacht Club 4; Cheerleader 2, Tennis Team 1, 2; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3. Vrgtitry 1; Quill 1.214; g. 3-, 4; 1111' Of . Prev? R U BY W AD SXVORTH Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science in Education Sigma Theta Phi 111t1z1111111'21ls 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Theta Phi Rep- resentative 3; Treasurer 111. VERNA LOUISE VINING Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science 'in Education Sigma Theta Phi Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 4; Basket hall 4; Intuunurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Theta Phi Vice-President 3, Secretary 4. v- , V, , ;- . --2.-.1,q...-.-....- -m .......----. w---- -..... v - , -47 .-. ,, JUNE CLASS ALICE ELIZABETH WILSON Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science in Education Honor Roll 3, 4; Freshman Guidance Couri ,. . 2; President Junior Class 3; Student Coun- 1 cil 3; Chairman Junior-Senior Banquet Com- mittee 3; Toastmaster Junior-Senior Ban- quet 3; Senior Gift Committee 4; Quill Clulx 4; Associate Editor Moroccan 4. NOT PICTURED JULIA MARIE BRUCE Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science in Education AB, Union University 1929; Post Graduate XVork Oklahoma State Teachefs College 1931; Lip Reading Certificate, Columbia University 1936. yI W MRS. CHARLOTTE RIPPEY KLETT MIRIAM POWELL L.- Tampa, Florida Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science in Education Bachelor of Science in Education w"-.-,-.-..u wm-v- -.---ns.. .. AUGUST CLASS GEORGE JUSTIN AUBERT XVest Monroe, Louisiana Bachelor of Science K .r! Tau Omega ; U. Club Louisiana State University 1, 2; x mm. Football 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; 2T2, Club 3, 4; 1; A'Z- ' Intramurals 3, 4; Chorus 1. 2; French Club 1, 2; Yacht Club 4. JOHN BOYD COX Quincy, Florida Bachelor of Scienm Sigma Kappa N11 Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 2T2 Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Truck 1; lntl'mnurals 1, 2, 3; High Jump Chum- pinn 2; Broad Jump Chmnpion 2. ALBERT J. DAY Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science Beta Chi Pre-Medicul F Viternity 1, 2; Vice-President 2; Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 4-; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Chi Secretary 3. Mali '11? l I" 11 III'I'IWI ,, , .....2.-., M-M.-m mam" W-.. Wyn." w H . H 1: 1?; AUGUST GLASS MARY CAROLINE DOMINGUEZ Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science in Eduralion Alpha Gamma 4 Dealfs List 1, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Department , Education 3, 4; Minaret 3, 4; Chorus 4; Secretary Alpha Gamma 3, 4. f ' E 4 1 JEWEL CECILIA HAMI' ITOM1WM 5 34.4 " 3 Tampa, Florida I f 4 I 4 5 4 w X Dcalfs List 3; International Relations Club 4.; 34 ; 4 4; Glee Club 4. 4 . . n 4 X. 4 4 Bachelor of Sczence m Eclucatcon 4 4 x X 44 X 4 x 4 4 .2 f 4 M3 H ,4 '4' 4x1 X ' .1 x 4," 43in 4 I M i x; w: 4 K 4 ; 1r X4X u I k SAMUEL GIVENS HARRISON, JR. V Tampa, Florida 4; Bachelor of Science Beta Chi Muezzen 2, 3, 4; Moroccan Staff 3; Minaret 1, 2, 3, 4; Quill Club, President 4; Chorus 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Boxing Team 4. - v-v - 4. mm- 4. 4 4 ,, 4-. , .. . 4. .. A. .. g-.. ... 4. ...---...-..-.......... -- 4-. --..- wt". 4.. - .-.. W..-3-wm,-..mm.-... ...."V.4-...-----uH-V--m- .4... u. awwu... w: AUGUST GLASS N LEAH MAE HUNTER Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Arts Election Committee 1, 2; Quill Club, Vice- M1 President 3; Minaret 2, 3, Editor 3; Yacht ; ;; Club 1, 3, Secretary 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3. EDMUND LOUIS KREBS Clyde, Ohio Bm-leor of Science in Business A dministmtian Honor Roll 3. MARION CHESTER MORGAN Hi. Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science Moroc-un Staff, Business Manager 4; Sci- ence Club 2. M ; mlrl't m 1.: VICENTA FRANCES OROPESA Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science in Education LL 1937; Dealfs List 1, 2, 3, 4. AUGUST CLASS JOSEPHINE EMMALINE MORGAN Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Sigma Theta Phi MILDRED LOUISE RUPE Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science in Education LI. 1935; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Yacht Club 4. ....- . - ..........-...... .mh. ., gwu AUGU ST CLA SS GEORGE REES XVELI.ONS Tampa, Florida Bachwlor 0f Svimlce BYRON Lil BBS WILSON Tampa. Florida Bachelor of Srimu'e Sigma Kappa Nu Reta Sigma, Pre-Medicul Fraternity 1, 2, 3; DeMoluy Club 2; Fencing Club 3; Yacht Club 2; All Star Touchfnotbzlll Team 2, 3, 4: Sigma Kappa Nu Treasurer 2, 3; Parlia- 111: 11t;11'im1 3. NOT PICTURED MRS. MINNIE ZELLER TORKEISON Tampa, Florida Burhelor of Science in Edumlion . ..... . . . ... .... ....-..........v... H-.-" .a .. .. . .... m..- . .- ... -...-.-n-.---. ----n-o'v- w'v'h v --- - "v -'W - . '-'- 5 N.Hg .. BRAULIO ALONSO Tampa, Florida JOSEPH CONIGLIO Tampa, Florida .... . JAMES GALBRAITH Tampa, Florida WILLIAM GODXVIN , HEY! Tampa, Florida 2 EARL HATCHER Tampa, Florida GRAYSON HENDERSON 1 WE, Tampa, Florida 1 1 A .. ..,..... ........ V, , . , .. . ,. .m... .-.---.-.......V.....-...b...- a Xg1 ya ?424 , L , ?7x N LRTS D sec IA s A ROB L 911110 5 gton SYLVIA JARDO XNCES KEATING MELVEN RFI T AMERICUS SPOTO MABLE HENNESSEY Seattle, XVashin Z 'LA SATTE Murphreesbom FR I HOWARD STEPHENS ' High Springs, Florida MARY ANN SAMPEY Tampa, Florida ! A VIS TACKE Tampa, Florida WENDELL WATERS Tampa, Florida TEOBALDO ZACCIIINI Tampa, Florida auniors m REE wmm N ULW T. L. FERRIS NT PRESIDI STELLA ROGERS .L I L ICHARD POXV R SECRETARY SIDENT VICE-PRI w .. M i 9 x. : CHXRLES W. ADAMS Tampa. Fluridzl BILLY AILOR Tampa. Florida PAUL ALFIERI Tampa. Florida SAM ALFIERI Tampa, Florida MIKE BACCAREIJUX Tampa, Florida MRS. ZARITA BAER Tampa, Florida ORRIS BEYNON Ymmgstmvn, Ohio ALVA R0 BREIJO Tampa, Florida GRACE BRUTON Plant City, Florida MAR Y 15 U RRESS Tampa, Florida. THERESSA CHRISTEI, Tampa, Florida JOE CIARAVEI .I .A Tampa, Florida CARL H. DA HM Tampa, Florida DORIS DAVIS Tampa, Florida GRACE DAYAN Tampa, Florida OSVVALD DELG ADO Tampa, Florida MARJORIE DEWOLF Valrico, Florida WILLIAM DMYTRYK Benld, Illinois A RNOLD DONALDSON Tampa, Florida EVELYN DUNNAM Tampa, Florida M Tami Tr'i : ..', .1 XLI HUM Hi WU YTRYK LUI JOE FALSONE Tampa, Florida JAMES FARMER Tampa, Florida CARMEN FERNANDEZ Tampa, Florida ANTHONY FREEDY Youngstown, Ohio EDWINA FRYE Port Tampa City, Florida LLOYD GILLETT Tampa, Florida WILEY GIPSON Tampa, Florida LYN GLASGOW Tampa, Florida GEORGE GLASS Tampa, Florida EDWIN GOULDING Tampa, Florida RONALD GRAF Haines City, Florida JOHN R. HALL Camden, New Jersey VIRGIL HARRIS Davenport, Florida CECIL HENRIQUEZ Tampa, FIOrida ROBERT H UG H LETT Tampa, Florida TR UMAN G. HUNTER Tampa, Florida PEYTON JORD AN Tampa, Florida MARY ELLEN KNIGHT Tampa, Florida EVANGELINA M. LA FUENTE Tampa, Florida SEVERINO LA FUENTE, JR. Tampa, Florida . . ...- ...,..- .-. . .... .. ;. --.-.. . SIN" mum 5mm! Tampi- n' 11 FINN LS Uriah n EHHBHE Imp... n! he NM: STANTON LA NDER Alturas, Florida I. MARVIN LASSITER N3. Palm Harbor, Florida BUFORD LINDSAY Tampa, Florida HZ LOUISE LOMAX Tampa, Florida FRANCES MACNAMARA Orlando, Florida JAMES MANDUIA .VTER Youngstown, Ohio ELIZABETH MAY Tampa, Florida RAYMOND MAY T- ', Fl .1' HGHT dlllpd oru a ANNE MCCURDY Tampa, Florida u'TE JOSEPH H. MCDERMOTT :STBJK' Camden, New Jersey .A::.'.-...n.l.....l. 4 ;-. A WALTER METCALF Tampa, Florida BETTY JO MIMS Tampa, Florida JOHN G. MOE Media, Pennsylvania VIRGINIA MORIH MV Tampa, Florida JULIA MARY NEEF Lutz, Florida DELIA M. PACHECU Tampa, Florida XVILMOT PAXTON Tampa, Florida HAZILE PEACOCK Sarasota, Florida ANNE WAY PEEBLES Tampa, Florida DALE PETERSEN Berea, Ohio Jrl - J .3, MHis IORRtm h sCHEm COCK 555' M I I ,B If R N PO'I'TS St. Petorshurg, Florida MARTHA PCHVELI, Tampa, Florida .XURJ'ILIO PRADO Tampa, Florida lil ,1 ,EN JANE PRATT Coutsvillc, Pennsylvania KENNETH REID Tampa, Florida Fl ,Oli ENCE ROGE R S Tampa, Florida , l. a h Law , I . s ,4, UERTRUDE ROTHGERY wv$f Tampa, Florida .51 1; 0,, 5J9 iv 1. BIIANCHE SESSIONS Tampa, Florida PHILIP SHIELDS Tampa, Florida ROBERT SHOCN Tampa, Florida AV R OBERT SLATE R Tampa, Florida ALBERT SMITII Dade City, Florida RICHARD SPOTO 9 Tampa, Florida JAMES TOLLE Los Angeles, California MRS. LOUISE SEYMOUR WATERS Tampa, Florida BEN WATKINS Tampa, Florida ARNOLD VVILKERSON Tampa, Florida JACK W'ILLIAMS Tampa, Florida JOE WILSON Ensley, Alabama HELEN WINDHAM Tampa, Florida A LVIN YORKUNAS Youngstown, Ohio LUIS ZENDEGUI Tampa, Florida .4.-un.... gophomores SOPHQMORE CLASS onmcens W G; SPENCER DIMOND ' PRESIDENT I $ M MARGARET NEEF JANE WHITE YICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY JACK ALVAREZ ELISA ALVAREZ CATHERINE JANE ARMSTRONG EDWARD BARNES ELLA BERRY DEVOISE BROWN LUCILE BULL ARTHUR BURROWS JANE BYRD MRS. IDAMAI CARTVVRIGHT CHARLES CASTELLANO MURRAY CLEMENTS ANGELINA CUSMANO EIHVIN DAVIS MINNA DENNIS ITE ADELFA DIAZ EDWIN DICKSON LINCOLN DOxVELL JAMES DOVVLING DIEDRE DRIVER EUSTASIO FERNANDEZ BENJAMIN FILIPSKI VVAVERLY FLOYD MARTHA FRANCO JAMES HACKNEY BILLY HANDLEY 4-0 NORRIS HARRISON EDDY HAUER MILDRED HEARD BETTY HODGSON MARIETTA SUE HOLMES BERNICE HORNIE L' ?BETH HORNSBY LOUIS HOUSTON HELEN HUNT .- .- 7- ..-.. m..... w..- . --....u..--...-w..-. ...--...... -.. 7.4 .--.---"... v-W ..-- . -..- - -- w M ii; PHIL HURT P. IRENE HUTCHINSON SUZANNE JACKSON FFRVW -DE'l. inupsm PAUL JENKINS FLOYD ROBERT KASRIEI. MRS. LUCAS KING U I AUDREY KNOWLES F STEVE KRIST ' CARLISLF. KYLE Emmy ELIZABETH LEDUC m ALFRED MANEY man FRED MANI'CY BILLY MARTIN GRACE MOOR 1c iOLMLS JOHN McCLI'NEY BILLY McML'LLEN BY MARY FRANCES mmmn' . MARY PEIAEZ '05 HASTLETINE POWELL ANTHONY PULLARA MARY ELIZABETH REESE JACK ROBSON JAMES SANDFORD SHIRLEY SCADRON JOHN H. SHERMAN, JR. EVA SMITH JAMES TAYLOR 41 NANCY TAYLOR PHIL THOMAS ROY VELASCO LEONA WAGNER JEAN NVHEATLEY JAMES WHITNEY ALICE WILLIAMS HORACE WILLIAMS Ereshmeu WDFORD Y xmaox HMS. JR. f H'UJR ER H EY W W ,LHMS - 41 , 35y .7 k! .71. .I . W H M , a w s , N N H O m I 7 Em m v Sn M . Sn L . EC m a Cu .u v .. . w . m. .. w . .M u . h. 5 A ., N R R M A G H HHSC Vm A XS S ...... Em LE. .,. ECU. H1 .,. R W . W F O L m w 3 . n. w H k . m S , IT . LN Lw . win. . NIAS E FM. . An . J V ... .. , .. y...m..................,-........-...-...... .M FRANCES ALDERMAN MARYELLEN BAILEY ELIZABETH BALI, MARK BALI. !,L' 1 ' MARION Blilms , ' l; .. SARAH Iggn'r x J" I , KATIyWN ?xsdst . iJo N BJTKCIL 1 ,V x? 0' : I ELLIOT Buowx LILLIAN BUNK PAUL BYARS LILY CACCIATCRE XAVIER CANNELLA KATHERINE CAPPEI.1.0 FRISBIE CARR JOSEPHINE CASTELLANO MARGARET CRENSHAVV MARY CRESPO CELESTE DERVAES ODESSA DIETRICII JACOB DUNN YOLONDA FINNEY 910wa WALTER FREDERICK NORMAN GAVAN GEORGENE GLASGOW ALFRED GREEN JOE GUTIERREZ HERMAN HANCOCK :E a W E j EUGENE HEL'smY MPH :6 3 ROBERT HOWELL DAVID? SARA HOWELL t FM ;; f EULAVEE JAMESON x I N3 I H! l J L I HELEN KINSMAN k U 33 t BETTY KISSINGER f; H. ELLA BETH LAum 1 !' E ANNA LAZZARA . H W ,v ' . LUCIE LEE MARSH ,A 'y - LzRoYl , MARGARET MARTIN : . EM! g MARY FRANCES Mums ' . V U EmuJ JOSEPHINE MAYOL 1 KICKS! I I- l I MARTIX MEDVEC HAZEL MILLS MARIE MITCHELL ; SARAH MORGAN ', j THELMA NIORGAX 5mm EDWARD MORRIS Fm Tl HAROLD MCCLELLAND mm PAUL MCCLOSKEY Pmul JOE E. McGLAMEnY VIRGINIA MUSGROVE PAUL MYERS RALPH OTT LYDIA PALENZUELA NED PARKER KHPHV 1 k339i! 3m; M ' I-Ulm I ' . IQ: b" um DNmm ' Inn .0 p HLUD LU ItUU'm Wu '11 "P MARY PIERCE ROY PINCH DAVID PINHOLSTER FRANCIS PITTMAN JOSEPHINE PRICE LOUIS PUCKE'IT CATHERINE QUINBY MARGARET READIXG' . , v LEROY Rooxs, JR. ERNEST Ross EMMA JANE SACREY NICK SAKKIS FRAKCES SAVARESE ORRION SCHLICTER RUTH SHINE THEODORE RICHARD SLEICIITER GENEVIEVE SULTENFUSS FRED TRAMONTANA J. ARTHUR TURNER PEARLE TYLER JACOBA VAN BERKUM HELEN VERDYCK VVIILIAM VINCENT EDNA WILSON J. RUSSELL WILSON FLOREXCE W'oomwn' Eeatfs Ilist ELIZABETH BALL MARK BALL ROBERT KASRIEL THELMA MORGAN JULIA MARY NEEF JOHN SHERMAN, JR. HELEN WINDHAM MRS. ZARITA BAER ODESSA DIETRICH 2.8 BETH HORNSBY 2.8 TRUMAN HUNTER 2.8 ALVIN YORKUNAS 2.8 EMMA JANE SACREY 2. BENJAMIN FILIPSKI MARY ANN SAMPEY HUGO BONANNO 2.4 .53 go VICENTA OROPESA 2.67 PAUL MITCHELL 2.65 BRAULIO ALONSO 2.6 EDWIN DICKSON 2.6 MARIE MITCHELL 2.1 MARGARET NEEF 2A FLORENCE ROGERS 2.1 CHARLIE AMMONS 2.: CARL DAHM 2.5 GRACE BRUTON 2.5 SARAH MORGAN 2.5 '" th2..-u.... q-.. ..-,..-...-..-2--... ......... --...-... Ill , . HI! m $ $ N i LYTTON ASHMORE LUTHER SPARKMAX EDNA JOHNSON AUTREY HAYES PRESIDENT STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT SENIOR CLASS SENIOR REPRESENTATIVE SENIOR REPRESENTATIVE C. HERBERT LAUB FACULTY ADVISOR Our purpose is to create and foster a proper school spirit, to promote the general welfare of the university, and to 0110011 "age loyalty in its student body. l T. L. FERRIS JULIA MARY NEEF SPENCER DIMOND VM'ERLY FLOYD MAYIIEW IXGRAM J I'NIOK JUNIOR SOPHOMORE SOPHOMORE FRESIIMAX . .w-. m-.. .....-r..-...,-....-..-V.. . a---.. v "-ov- nu - - ?; - ......x N x " ; , ANTHONY FREEDY x . 2 . . , Tau Omega 1 ' ' " , PRESIDENT l SYLVIA JARDON JULIA MARY NEEF ' , A Ipha Gamma Sigma Theta Phi , VICE-PRESIDENT FACULTY ADVISOR SECRETARY , XVILLIAM E. CULBREATH The purpose of the Pan Hellenic Council is to pro- mote equity and Justice and to create a spirit of : amify betwaen The Greek letter organizations. I :J I , EVANGELINA VVILLIA M LA FUENTE GODWIN Alpha Gamma Beta Chi WILLIAM STELLA DMYTRYK ROGERS 1 Beta Chi Delta Kappa 1 . A , MARGARET AURELIO NEEF PRADO DeltaKappa RhoNuDelta BRAULIO SPENCER ALONSO DIMOND Rho Nu Delta Sigma Kappa Nu v ,t 2:: ?'A LAFAYETTE INGRAM MELVENA ROBERTS RICHARD POWELL Sigma Kappa Nu Sigma Theta Phi Tau Omega Alpha 135i Omega DIRECTOR SUB-DIRECTOR SECRETARY GRAND DIRECTOR 'IRUMAN HUNTER ANNE WAY PEEBLES HELEN VVINDHAM MRS. CONNALLY F L O W E R COLORS VIOLET AMBER AND BLUE h . hx, The Alpha Kappa Cast is the Unnel'sity of Tampa h Chapter of the Alpha Psi Omega national lumerary dramatic fraternity. The 1::c211 charter was granted in the spring 0f'1937. Charter 111en1be1's were: Tru- man Hunter, Carlos Bailiff, Helen hVindhmn, Anne Way Pevblos, Joyce Turner, Idelle MCMiTlvn, Bert h ' Hernandez. $p Members initiated in 1938 are: Marjorie Dtholf. Martha Franco. and James Lindsay. Bm'r HERNANDEZ MARJORIE DHVOLF MARTHA FRAXCO JAMES LINDSAY UN. --wvr . . -w.' -. - u y x i ' ' w l, A 1 w I" w' 1 .i ? A 1' A r I X Fouxman 1930' 5 3" CHARTERED 1937' ' ' i ' ' ' ' , n V , ' ' 1 " w' " 3 " MARY ELLEN KNIGHT MARY C. DOMINGUEZ V "' vIcn-vmcsnmN'Ir ' SECRETAM ' ' ' ll 5, ' . i ' ' 1' X' ' K ,1"" X ' f x V ' ' ? 5 3 ' ' ,, FACULTY ADVJsOH spoxsm: ', Du. C. A. MORLEY Mus. R. 'W. BRYAN EVANGEIJNA LA FUENTE " ' ' PRESIDENT ' ' ' ' V ' COLORS x V 1,. .3: GREEN AND XVIH'J'I: ' A NGELINA MARTIXO A NGI-J LIN A CUS MA N 0 TREASURER s": Imm N 'l'-AT-A u M s FLOWER CHRYSAXTI m M UM l W :42; V KATHERINE CAPPELID i'LNIARY L015 CRESPO GRACE DAYAX WV gag . $$ xv y . p ADELFA DIAZ SYLVIA JARDON 'K'HELEN KIXSMAN ANNA LAZZARA 'X'JOSEPIIIXE MAYOL DELIA PACHECO CPledgeg I A'nu PALENZ UELA MARY PELAEZ DR. C. H. LAUB SAMUEL HARRISON Beta Chi FOUNDED 1933 - - - CHARTERED 1933 Flower3XVhite Rose Colors3XVhite and Black DR. C. H. LAUB - - - - - - - - - - Advisor ALVIN YORKUNAS - - - - - - - - President BUFORD LINDSAY - - - - - - Vice-President BENJAMIN FILIPSKI - - - - - - - Secretary RICHARD SPOTO - - - - - - - - Treasurer SAMUEL HARRISON - - - - - Publicity Manager WILLIAM DMYTRYK - - Pan-Hellenic Representative WILLIAM GODWIN - - Pan-Hellenic Representative ROY VELASCO - - - - - - - Athletic Manager XVIIJJAM DMYTRYK 3V1LLIA M G ODWI N FORD LINDSAY RICHARD SPOTO ROY VELASCO "V 03111 JIM Fail PHI GEO Jr: Lor '3 JOE Mu C; ORRIS BEYNON ALBERT DAY JIM MANDULA FRED MANUCY JAMES HACKNEY EARL HATCHER PEYTON JORDAN PHIL THOMAS GEORGE VVELLONS JCE WILSON LOUIS ZENDEGUI En BARNES EDWIN DAVIS JOHN HALL PAUL MCCI.OSKY JOE MCDERMOTT MARTIN MEDVEC m0 PAUL MYERS En MORRIS RALPH OTT RICHARD SLEICIITER Not Pictured LEE DUNCAN ROBERT ADAMS ALVA VAN FLEET L ECO "'"xx. .., .m-.. FOUNDED 1933 CHARTERED 1933 R 1, 1 1, r 1 IN," 1 TANE PEARSON 1 7 ' HELEN VVINDIIAM 1 1 VICE-PRESIDENT 1, 1 TREASURER 1" , L 1 1, SPONSOR FACULTY ADVISOR M l ,1 Mus. NASII Hmmxs RUTH MOFFATT 1 FLOWER JEANIE TRICE Comns CARNATION PRESIDENT RED AND WHITE 1 1 1 ,x . X; n 1 ,1 Xx. ,1 1 1 ,1 1 BLANCHE SESSIONS MARY ANN SAMPEY STELLA ROGERS MARGARET NEEF RECORDING CORRESPONDING PAN-HELLENIC PAN-HELLE N10 1 1 SECRETARY SECRETARY REPRESENTATIVE REPRESENTATIVE 1 1 1 . L015 MCGUCKEN XVAVERLY FLOYD MINXA anxls ELLA BERRY BETTY Jo Mnrs SERGEANT-AT-ARMS SEllGEANT-AT-ARMS ATHLETIC MAxAGER REPORTER REPORTER F ,. . , , . . ... -..".m-mm.v-.ma.-mi-" .... .. mug ...-.-.-,- . - . . ., W, F 'unccs Alderman Catherine Jane Armstrong p Kathryn Bisenius Lucile Bull B'Iargm'et Cl'enshzlw ,5 - Celeste Dervacs x ?' a h if Dicdre Driver Yolanda Finney Gcorgcne Glasgow Lyn Glasgow Marietta Holmes Marguerite Howard Suzanne Jackson Betty Kissinger Frances Mathis Lucie Lee Marsh Mme McCurdy Virginia Morrow .. Mary Pierce .ih Catherine Quinhy . 71v Florence Rogers Emma Jane Sacrey I" wmocs Sessions Leona Vagner Juno Vhite Florence V00drutic w .. .. , - ' - .... ., ...- " mm. mmwwm-m- n -g-.- --"- u - ' -' ; COLORS FLOWER WHITE AND BLUE man CARNATION A l PRESIDENT BnAULIO Amxso VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY OSWAID DELGADO PAUL ALFIERI c. FOUNDED 1935 CHARTERED 1935 ? TREASURER ADVISOR SERGEANT-AT-ARMS AURELIO PRADO LOUIS A. NAVA SAM ALFIERI ..7 -. -.......,........, . A.,,.- ,g,m --- .M......".. W....-A-..7 .,,. -V -.... 0,.- . -V ., "'We have conunitfel the ,?01:1011 Rule to mem- ory; let us now commit it to life. XVe have preached brotherhood for centuries; we need to find a material basis for brotherhood. Grov- m-nnwnf must be made the organ of fraternity x 21 workillg-fmm for '-t:1111'z1de10x'e. Think 0n Hlis Wm'k for This? QIARKII A AU Y HI Jack Alvarez Hugo Bonanno Alvaro Breijo J. S. B. Coniglio Jce Falsune Eustasio Fernandez Don V. Gilzntzl Joe Gutierrez Cecil Henriquez Bert Hernandez Severino La Fuente Americus Spoto Fernando Tramontana Teohaldo Zacchini NOT PICTURED Joe Villarosa Hector Ginesta ! 1 . y w ,r S. 1 m 1 1811313 appa 11 FOUNDED 1933 CHAHTE USD 1933 Q l L ,, , , K 1 W 1 W x 1 , LINCOLN DOVVEIJ. ALBERT SMITH LAFAYETTE INGRAM STEPHEN KRIST MARVIN LASSITER VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY PRESIDENT TREASURER PARLTA'MENTARIAN L Kl u If l ' n v V , , l , f , V 3 IX, COLORS FLOWER : SILVER AND BLACK GrARDENIA , W , RABBI DAVID ZIELONKA FACI'L'FY Anwsm: 3. JAMES BRYAN CAMPBELL Cunnmuumt HOWARD STHPIncxs .T. E. Cox XVILLIAM GAINER anox VVILSON l I - - -u -. - . - . -$.-.-- --.. 0.... --m .-.. . y-vm---p-.-.M.-u-.. m... ;-H ------ .. . .m. .n,. --....v... w. Mr A rtlmr Burrows N Murray Clements Spencer Dimond A rnold Donaldson T. L. Ferris Walter Frederick Billy Handley Eugene Hensley :tx' Lxssmn Vrmnnx Lewis Houston Mayhew Ingrmn Paul Jenkins Carlisle Kyle William McMullen Edward Parker David Pinholster Milburn Potts Jack Robson James XVhitney Jack XVilliums Pucnuus: Edward DePury Phil Hurt VIIIJ'S Jim Tillis Arthur Turner Quinten XVilliums "v V..--w.-wx.... Mgr ? I M 0r ' V i ll ; I ,1: i '4' , 1, ' .5 ' m" 1 .a - . I ' t u. w ' A It L x J V 1 4 ,- ,f'. u 4 v w. PRESIDENT , p .- JULIA MARY NEEF .' ; 1 1 , . . , ILL IRESIDENT SECRETARY R Y LDNA JOHNSON X ERNA VIKING FOUNDED 193$ C H A RTER ED 1934 .- smmsou Miss Charlotte Thompson 3 ADVISOR i Q. . k Dr. 11. B. Hmckley 47 - ' COLORS BLI'E AND SILVER V F LO V E R ED ROSE , , $ x " X . . J k AM k, TREASURER PARLIAMENTARIAN x g A " RUBY XVAnswou'ru ; GRACE BRUTON Dy , . V1,! .1 ' k. T $ , x . ; 44- x. vx g I Xx xx? x gr I . Margaret H' , m, Beth Hm: ; LVN 1111mm h , Mprme 310ar .M". -..,.., ...- w, WHA -uxr . .. a Elizabclh Bull 7; h p 1 f; X Marion ycer , Mary Burress $j ' , U; 5:; , y: JV 1",, j I f, u'J W I W .' IL V Margaret Hitchcock Eulavee Jameson Beth Hornsby vaunm ,H x mec Louise LOlnax Sarah Morgan Josephine Morgan Thelma Morgan Mi, lr MW .V a I WKV I u ,4 t f L - 1.. ,, 4 Mary Frances OWBerry Melvena Roberts Jacoba X an Berkum 1' Ellen Jane Pratt Zula Sutterfleld - 4$-,37 ; x v " r4 7 ..-, E 5?? r5 ? : Twhg - : . gw V 1 WV f c "LUTH2 A IMMY NOT PICTURED DOUGLAS HANCE PAULHANCE 7......,....-..-;. .....-... ..., .......... thdi-o-n-wMHBw-aqqm Can Omega l , x i f x i ., x x , X , ; ; x - . W A ,x L .x 22' AF , H H X X, xX n My p xxx w LD G 7' O KWM xx 7 l x DNA .w mx x VXz x g 4 WV W $ wk MV ' KI ' j X y . . XXK ???XMXQ x . v ,7 i , . K x , K ,X x , X x , , ' , " z , . , . , NOT PXCTURED NOT PICTURED , WILLIAM HAND :- DOUGLAS HANCE : PAUL HANCE t 5 ; . 7771 L-iMA r .Adhun ,A .- W - - n w:-..W, Ww--.-m;My,At.W,....;.-..,,...., .-....-...... 4. -17.V..v..------.-A .ngmw-r w...-- 7- - ; : i' M y, :5 Ehe moroccan ? 1 Ii, 1 ; , w '7 x l I'V' I , l , 1 , i ' l Jun ; ! 55310! X 7 1' y, X X JEANIE TRICE DR. E. B. HINCKLEY CHESTER MORGAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF FACULTY ADVISOR BUSINESS MANAGER K 1 1 , . j XX Hm M THE MOROCCAN, the annual student publica- "m K tion of the University of Tampa, seeks to ff present an accurate, interesting and compre- ' ' hensive account of the various phases of our ' college life. a x i , X. X 1 V d SYLVIA JARDON COMPOSITION EDITOR ALVIN YORKUNAS ART EDITOR J ALICE WILSON y , LUTHER SPARKMAN ASSOCIATE , 4 ' ASSOCIATE EDITORH , . x; BUSINESS MANAGER , a A .. x , .. .... - m .m.,m.--.--m.-..---u-W """"" h I , Che morocaan '1 EVANGEIJNA LA FUENTE JUNIOR CLASS EDITOR JAMES Tunxrm BERNICE HORNE MARK BALL SENIOR CLASS EDITOR SOPHOMORE CLASS EDITOR FRESIIMAN CLASS EDITOR Humcx V1anLuL JULIA MARY NEEF onc.xxmvr10x EDITOR LITERARY EDITOR x I T. L. quus EDNA JOHNSON ROXALD GRAF FRANCES MATHIS 1 .A'1'1'1u : EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR TYPIST :KCSAS TOE STELLA ROGERS LAFAYETTE IXGRAM RICHARD SPOTO VERNA VIXING BUSINESS STAFF BUSINESS STAFF BUSINESS STAFF CIRCULATION MANAGER ' 'tttx .5 V Quill Chlb W 23' ye", The QUILL CLUB is an honorary, literary organiztltiun open V to sophomores, juniors. aml seniors 0f the University of Tampa V who have shown their fitness for election to membership by the submission of original 111a1mscri1rpts of recognized and approved literary merit. Active associate membership is open by election to graduates of the University and occasionally to others Who are interested in the purposes of the Quill Club. The purpose of the Quill Club is to stimulate among the stu- t dents 0f the University of Tmnpa an interest in literary matters 4 and creative writing, and to furnish means of expressing this 5' interest in the official publicatioanHE MUEZZIN. Wm DR. E. B. HINCKLEY, Faculty Advisor SAM HARRISON, President LEAH MAE HUNTER, Vice-President ROBERT JOHNSON, Recording Secretary JEANIE TRICE, Corresponding Secretary JAMES TURNER, Treasurer EDNA F. PRINCE, Editor Muezzin I I l Olficial k! , Student i Publication 1 m 1 ; . EDITORIAL STAFF ,' XV. E. CULBREATII .......... Faculty Advisor V K IMAH MAE HUNTER ................. Editor , JAMES HACKNEY .......... Associate Editor , RICHARD POWELL . . . . . . . . .Associate Editor ,1 w 1 x , i v X , 1 , ' .; ' . J: 1 'X r Marjorie DeXVolf Edna Johnson , Sports Saciety - L 1 Editor Editor ,, $ Samuel Harrison Jim Tillis : ,7 Sports Advertising ' Editor Manager ' Virgil Harris T. L. Ferris "X Business I Columnist xx I , Alanager 1, Jane White ' John MCChmey Exchange A dvertising Editor Manager Carlisle Kyle Alvin Yorkunas Columnist Cartoonist . Delia Pacheco Mary Ann Sampey : Typist Typist REPORTERS Oswald Delgado F 'zmces Macnzunm'a Julia Mary Neef Stella Rogers Doris Davis Mary Frances Mathis George XVellons Blanche Sessions Anne Mch'dy Beth Hornsby Dale Petersen r-a--x.,v-hv J1" :. International CRelations Club Sponsored by FOUNDED IN Carnegie Endowment OCTOBER, 1937 for International Peace 1 " X Y UCHARD POVS ELL i, , CHAIRMAN , I O DR. C. H. LAUB DELIA PACIIECO GRACE BRUTON XV. PORTER MCLENDON , FACULTY ADVISOR VICE-CHAIRMAN SECRETARY FACITLTY ADVISOR COMMITTEE MEMBERS ' TOP now: BOTTOM now: , OSWALD DELGADO JOHN HALL g, JAMES LINDSAY KENNETH REID DALE PETERSEN Km , W- h'uukg..-m m..7.........,.--r ....:.....-.-..,-; v --r M -W..a;uvi,W ., . , ., 9-P- n ' v r u 0 K V c , T110 lYniVOI-sity Chorus. with thirty-five original lnmnbcl-s. " was organized in September, 1937, under the a pablo leadership of Mr. XValter Bethel. The group, accom- panied by Miss Helen Hunt, has successfully amwured on numerous University programs. amt XVALTER BETIIEL J i" CC WXX 2 I V pSIJOX , .4; MEMBERS ARE: SOPRANOS: Gertrude Rothgcry Pearle Tyler Frances Alderman Blanche Sessmns Jncobu X em Bel'kum Lucile Bull TENORS: Mary Dominguez XLT S v xvaverly Floj'd I O i stx:211dYDclgzndo ; Jewel Hamilton Elizabeth Bull LVHI X aughn Handley M Margaret Hitchcock Yolanda Finney John Sherman, Jr. " Bernice Horne Martha Franco B XSSV Ann McCurdy Marietta Holmes A ' Elizabeth May Leah Mae Hunter Mark B1111 Betty Jo Mims wanccs Macnzlmzn'u Arthur Burrows Margaret Neef I Mary F'unces Mathis Truman Hunter Delia Pacheco Virginia Morrow Harold McClelIund Josephine Price k Julia Mary Neef Richard Powell Stella Rogers Mary Frances O'Berry Teohaldo Zucchini I . . - Wenaell Wafers TKC thi WPQS K ; We; hmwm chy left Me 011 WEOUCF'boa 5km! J:rvmccgj ll i 1 ! is w The University Orchestu concentrates its effort toward the study and 1,, appreciation and the performance of the best musical liteizlture rather t than toward public mncerts. ,Iterfm'nmm-es 0f the orchestra, at Uni- t versity assemblies, at the graduation exercises, and 011 pl'ogizuns 0f the t h d 1111121tic club have, howver, been most successful and have been well i t . . rocelved by the muhences. '. ,, u l 7 Both the orchestra and the band experienced a great loss in the death, H last February, of their director, Mr. August Ingley. The orchestra is t ht deeply indebted to Mr. Harry Dobson, W110 has been its director since N e that time. I X M , It! ; ht l" , Lt e h ,K t XII t t , a 1,7! k wt h t ,t x UhX , x f z 2 w 1 i t 5+ i MEMBERS Arthur Burrows Helen Hunt Bob Shmm Elliot Brown Georgene Glasgow John Sherman, Jr. Teobaldo Zucchini Frances Alderman Yolonda Finney Dale Petersen Jack W'illimns Billy Ailm- Jacob Dunn Phil Hurt XVendell XVaters M WW M142, 7th M . , M. w . Walt: M C Jame Lelan Virgi Billy Dale Dew w. i mam? .-i......k.u,...m.a:..nmwwv-' -W::-";""- Band The University Band. with Dale Peterson 21s Drum Major, has played at all home football ganws, and has given weekly concerts in tho band-shell 0n the campus. They have made Trips 10 various cities in the state to fulfill parade and mncm-t engagements. Sinw February Mr. Maximo Cclwgaray has acted as dil'H'TUI' 0f the band. Walter Bean John Black Elliot Brown Arthur Burrows Cd Culp Lincoln Dowell Jacob Dunn James Dunn James Farmer Yolanda Finney Lloyd Gillctt James Hackney Hielzmd Hackney John Hall Herman Hancock Billy Handley Virgil Harris 96Gordon Hope Phil Hurt Marvin Lassiter Billy Martin Harold McClelland 'x'Gurdener Northrup Ned Parker Dale Petersen Jack Robson John Slwrnmn, Jr. James Taylor D6Vitt Trawick V0nde1I XVutel'S Jack Villi21ms C'Iiigh School Studentw - .- . M5,, . m mam -Mm an- - W.,..F r . A I ; I A y Ar H. . .Ao n N. . . ..1 R H ,!. 44 Cd T . KA T m I A MU. Sr m 14.1! S? . PH 1 , r . LN . Em TS Ba v u . 1 KC A Ivr , Z V7 . T. 3L . A I ,. r. X. k 1 I . B . . ., . 91 . cl U y l I , .1. 0 Th MARTHA FRANCO SC vvtury Th u E?! ..,.-.....- . -mm -pm-..... 818 masquers . R m 71, m s o J . m u. Wm 1 . u Mp. w P Aw " 0 WW .. xl m C c S Qt LEON HAM Vi ce-Pres. ND cnt . . . m WI '05- i ll Fri rst 1;: JAMES LI NDSAY I WA 13 TI . M... "W.....-...-.....-. ....--..............,. u, , ,V k .44 . 1 1 ;11100$ Alderman Kathryn Risvnius Frishiu Carr Grace Dnyzm Minna Dmmis x r .XLLY ' ":?4 5'31.;' ' Marjorie D0 Wolf Lincoln Dowvll 'olonda Finnoy tlivft D. II-ornnndvz Mnrgm-vt Hitchcock g i , mull Mao Hunter Truman Hunter Mnyhvw Ingram Lucas King Ella Beth Laird i - EMU J0 Mims Julia Mary Noof Margaret Nccf Mary Frances 0 1301'1'3' Anne Way Peebles Catherine Quinby Verna Vining J2me White . -a...-.-7 -1 .. ...... . 7,. - . - ,,, - , . x w ' Ea Certulia FOUNDED: MARCH, 1938 '! FLOWER COLORS i " W'HITE JASMINE GOLD AND W'HI'ITE , i, ; 1 X FACULTY ADVISOR LOUIS A. NAVA 6 ; l .5' 3 EVANGELINA LA FUENTE STELLA ROGERS MARGARET NEEF SAM ALFIERI PRESIDENT VICE-l'luasnncx'r sncmc'nun' TREASURER ix; L x 1 .,, y...:... . --......; .....--- -..........w..... ..... ..,- ,.. .--..--...- . - ... .... ......... ... A w .A'-hll-M N 5 I Paul .leicri Eliza Alvarez Alvaro Bl'oijo Xavier Carmella Thoressa Christel N115 II WHITE Lois Crrspo Oswald Delgado Odessa Dietrich William Dmytryk Mary Dominguez I Carmen Fernandez anjumin Filipski Martha Franco vaerino La Fucntc Walter Mctcalf l Delia Pacheco .Ianc Pearson Florence Rogers Ruth Shine Fernando Tl-umontana Jane White OFFICER COM MODORE . . . . . . ... . . . JV. E. 131L117 CULBREATH ......DR. EDWARD HINCKLEY SECREEARY. . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LEAH MAE HUNTER TREASURER...JAMES GALBRAITH : ' FLEET CAPTAIN.............................JACK ROBSON VICE-le 3101mm; . a? 3,, , f: ' . 1 g: g' 7 ; . a , i ,2 3?: i L; I Wiggm Maw, x mew I zmhxwwwmm w W v -x 2M M, me4$ wa WWW 1 Haw A V m cum- - ayg H .V . 7.- . AW " -9 Wm 1.29.4": 95'3 ; . " V"? . W' T A3 ' 4 " WHrQ-u. 'kwu..$, A -+- gv Me 0111" ,. 5.1111" 114:; Pootb all 111111; 111111M 1 31:11le 11190.1 The 10:37 grid season found Coaches ' 1 ngglns and Plerson W1th the smallest W K. - . . . , 51h 1 Spartan squad 111 the Instory ot the , Kim Y . . . . 1 ' 111111'e1's1ty tzlcnlg the toughest sehed- g 1 111e ever :11' unged for XVaI'I'ior grichnen. 1'; W- H 1 . . . . ' m ,1 i Heretotm'e noted for 111'11112111t hall ear- 1'1"" 1 . . 111W! Hers, the 10.37 Spartans reversed the 1' order and presented its stars as lines- 31'1" 7L men. Buddy Bryan. tackle. played 11er- 1M? . . :1IIP111 helps the most consmtent football 211111 glint! - VI. - m IV earned All thtle Four honors. Wllhe IMW 1,, Godwin, star end, center anal guard, ln'M. NASH HIGGINS 7 . . . 7 . v ' , recelved snnllar honors as 11111 Al 10r- 11111.11 1 w kunas, giant pivot 111311. 1013111711 111le 1+ Contrary to pred1ct10ns, the squad turned in a record surprisingly 1 . . . . . ""11 good, 111 VIOW ot the seusonk cmnpetltmn. 1111.. 11111111-x 11115111 1 z , 11111111 v 1111'. :11 ' Oct. 1e110re than 3,000 perspiring fans packed the nearly completed stands at Phillips, Field to watch a listless Spartan defeat the battered South Georgia Teachers 20-0. Hatchet, Cox, and WReilly registered the first touchdowns on the new field. Oct. 0e1Veste1-n Kentucky Teachers homecoming fans cheered their tight- ing Hilltoppers to a 13-0 victory over the tI'avel-worn Spartans. 4 Oct. ISeKVith the score tied at 1212. 5 the Spartans relaxed just long enough in the remaining 20 seconds for the j aerialist, Lyn Warren and George Me- : Clelland to account for a touchdown t and the game 18-12 for Stetson. t XV :7 Mandnla, helped by Spoto 21nd Godwin, scored both of the Spartants toueh- t' downs. tPIXt PIERSON Oct. 22eLess than 50 of 2,500 spee- tators remained to watch the Spartans slip and slide to a 13-0 victory over Spring Hill, when a sudden rain turned the gridiron into a miniature lake. Oct. ZDXThe game 01' games. dedication, 110111ec0111i11g, Victory! 8,000 persons watched the Spartan jinx work again against powerful Miami. Aided by 112 yards of penalties, the Spartans turned their breaks into touchdowns and a 12-0 score. Buddy lthes Bryzwints tackle 0f halfback Jones, who returned a Spartan kiek- , X 11911 OH: 50 yards, was must spectacular. 11 1 T1111 Nov. 0--A tricky eress s11i1111er proved the undoing; 0f .the Spar- 11 talus as the smooth t1111et1011111g La. Poly. Bulldogs defeated the 111' '11th 1Va1'riers 20-11;. 7 1 1 1' 1111911 1 1 1 K "1' 1 Nov. 12-The score: A1 Owen 20, the Spartans 0. The swivel 1V1 011- hipped Mercer halfback, carrying the ball 42; times out of 51 1111 1110 plays. 001111! not be stopped by the injury riddled Spartans. 1 1' 11 HM Nov. 20XFreezi11g weather and a dazzling double wing attack 11 1x 1W left the Spartans numb and tlatfooted in the first. half of their 1 1 11' 1 111111 game with Rollins. Going into the second half, with a twenty 1x 0 11110 point deh'cit. the 1Varriors rallied to score nineteen points be- 11 , 11111 fore the 1111211 whistle. Tampa scores came after a 75 yard r1111 1 10 Y " by Cox, a 50 yard dash by tYReilly and a spectacular 05 yard 1 011 1-1111. featuring a goal line pass interception by Godwin. his late 1111 1 1,0 to Bryan and another to Ashmore, who scampered the last 25 e 101 yards for the goal. ' 1 L , . '1' X 1 1 at Nov. 20-Chilled fans were treated to many thrills z s graduating BILL CULBREATH 1, 11 1 10 seniors took charge 0!" the game and handed a 2L6 defeat to X e Mississippi College 111 the seasonts finale. A short kickoff by 1 1 1, 1, 13131111 211111 Carr led to the Spartan first touchdown. OtReilly, 1f Cox, and Spoto scored for Tampa. 1 7, I 1 .- x 1 1 1', .1111 1 0 x XX$XX X X XXLxX .111 1 VARSITY SQUAD , x xMW A 6 w X N 8 xx . Ww y X Vxxx CLINTON MORAN 3hr WWW - ' a MC HARD QPOY'O H4!!! k . 7 V . .. . "4....rm.........n;,.-.-A,-.............. -,....,. NSHVO , . , ml Hmuun ? , H - L M INN 1! xx; x FMURV IHVUWPV - , , , ' 51 SHlN IRIVIWWKN n ...d - 4 llalnuck AK 1 nox v rm Lm onnY' lbv 7 1 Nu I'ALI -U HFRI . kl. mm MANUCY v gy 1 IHP5KI I , ux ,, mexd Hnlfhsvk CRLGORY LUCAS Tmh-u r PAUL JENKINS Hihburk Freshmen Coach tK70tt011,, Clintonts Baby Spartans broke even in a schedule of four games. Victories over the varsity and the 'Univel'sity of Miami fresh, gave the yem'lings a highly successful season, Losses were to the Rollins ttBtt team and the powerful Naval Air Station :11: Pensacola. In the Miami tilt the freshmen, only 19 strong, repulsed time and again an enfuriated Hurri- cane eleven, determined to break for once the Spartan jinx. Marty Medvec dashed through the entire team to return a punt for a touch- down and even the score at six 2111. Fred Cour parato kicked the extra point Which won the game. Coach Higgins expects to hnd many of his star FRANK CLINTON performem 1'1'0111 the husky squad. FRONH ROXY: Hance, Tramontuna, Medvec, Gill, tVall, Myers. MIDDLE ROXY: Comparato, Ott, Adams, Van Kleef, XVilliams, Lehr. BACK ROXY: MeCIosky, Rothenherg, Kinard, Lockmzm, Pittman, Pogue, Coach Clinton. h-h'w. . -....t..., -memmhe ,, ,..V, e, ,,A,-e,,h--,.v,.u-r ,,-,e. , e. -- M! t x ,h 4 x X x l e I h e X e hf X h X y K X , X he X X X e: X h X e X h x X e y e g, X ,I X , X h e 1e XX Uh X h x X x e X H X 1 e X X X , X , X X' . e X x X e x Xx X XX XX X Basketball The Spartan quintet, coached by George Straus, Turned in a satisfactory record for 193 , despite their lack of reserves. They won second place in the district tournament at Lakeland, Florida. 3y holding the powerful Florida and Stetson teams to close scores, The I'Tniversity of Tampa squad closed The season by capturing third place, in the State A. A. U. Tournament held in St. Petersburg, Florida. Hector Grinesta ms selected for the All State Team, while A1 Yorkunas and Orris Beynon were chosen respectively the best defensive man and the most sportsman-like player in the tournmnent. hhouch Strauss YoHunnw DILunlnlucr ClhlUJn I5ChW1fnl 1Xshxnnrc IIutchcr N' IA. ASC Z ,I v 1? N C 1.1 N T0 NAS . U K YOR -- w '41; W -- ... r.-- - . n.--4.- .........- ...---nraa-u-..,g-c- - - - PH E ER L 19A 1 HCRS 2 Ball OWBerry Tillis Hunter P0well-I.eader IW , W AVIM IING W 4v 4 'v 2 ngh' , 4 2 2 x 2 xx 4 4 V 4 4mm, KWgQ 7Q $2 ny4? 2 7?; vix$4 x 22V KW vxixx QR $4 MAB MN WA; 4 223 x 22 424M4w 42 $22- xx 4244 K W 4 4 gAis av W 4 22 2 g? 4 m2 2 ' ?72 2A 43ng W MacDonald X 'ilson Hancock Sherman Hunter Gra f-Captai11 Moblcy 24 i m ,3 1 EN N1 S 1i i i 3 I i , ; , E 3 : , i , P ,' E 7; x I ' I Day Nelson Alvarez McDermott Dowell Myers Hatcher Captain Reid xx x : ,, r BOXING : , i t x xx 1 l , fl , i 2 m Intramurals The University of Tampa has one of the tinest intramural departments in the south. Credit for this outstanding work is due to the capable, active lead- ership of Mr. Miller Adams. The object of the intramural prog'am is to provide healthful exercise for those not interested or able to par- ticipate in major sports, and to give those who do take part in major sports a physical recreation which they may use after the completion of their major activities. Keen interest in the sports is main- tained through tournament competition among the entered teams. MILLER ADAMS ' 'l'OUCHFOOTBALL CHAMPIONS ALL-STAR Galbraith May Watkins XVatkins McMullen Graf Wilkerson Prado XVaters XVilliams Ailor Hand Pullara Wilson Velasco Reid Hunter iVilliams Gainer McDermott 1m mllim A. Hurst: Track 3M ' ' Bimini! ''''' truss Mum 1 Diamond Pm: . Fruring, ..... . linif ......... Hulhhlr. , e 4, Shmming. A . , Ping I'nug, ., , Tum'h Ema; WK Ban. ,. Wrrxtlhg . . , Intramurals Outstm'lding Athlete. T ";1ck Meet. . . . . Basketball. . . . . . B0x1ng........... Cross Country R1111 Diamond Ball. . . Fencinou . . . . . .. Golf Hareshoes . . . . . . Swi111mi110 . . . . . . Ping Pong. . . . .. Touch Football . Volley Ball. . . . . Wrestling . . . . . . ' mmxwa .XViHie Godwin .Befa 011i . Beta Chi . R110 N11 Delta xx mxxmm . Sigma Kappa N11 . Beta Chi . Beta Chi g2 .Befa Chi . Tau Olllega . Tau Omega . Tau Omega . Sigma Epsilon . Beta Chi . T2111 Omega ? xi, BETA CHI Back Row: Myers Filipski f1' ;: 1 ; Nelson MTV 1 Yorkunas I: ; Beynon ; I Hatcher Ki"? W" 1; Fr... Middle Row: Huff McDermott V Barnes McClosky 1 X Hall ;; - K Hackney V"? 'le MT I r x i Front Row: L,Y..4 PVT Lindsay L v ; Manucy U , Morris 1' ,- 1 Wilson X D ay Back Row: Ha. XVilson Dunn Puckett Rooks Front Row: Pullara Brown Castellano - .-. .-4 -. .....,..... -. A..-.....--....-. ...r....;g .- ... ..- . .-. ,. - "v H.-. -- -h- nott 0!!! Back Row: Gutierrez Bonzumo Spoto Alvarez La Fuentc Henriquez Alonso Front Row: Fernandez P. Alfieri Delgado Breijo S. Alfieri Trumontuna Back Row: Hunt Pinch May XVilliams Howell Vatkins Front Row: Galbraith Reid Ailor Hunter Vaters W RHO NU DELTA SIGMA KAPPA O MEGA NU m Wyw z Back Row . Donaldson Dowell McMullen XVhitney Stephens Fredericks Lassiter XViIliams Middle Row: Hurt Beazley Robson Tillis arker Gainer Handley Front Row: XVilson Dimond Stovall Krist Pinholster Ingram Back R0 w .' Martin Sparkmzm Hancock Graf McClelland Aubert Middle Row .' Harris Dahm Gipson Shields: Dunn Front Row .' Powell Lindsay Ashmore Pax ton momenk Athletics J ; , i X ; 1 , ; , l, 1 l, 1 x, . ; 1 y,' L x x f i l l k ix x X 1 ' thma: x I , VanBerhml ', z' llathli X X : Castellano 3X Beers x x Readmg ' Alderman ' Jameson 1 , 521cm . X Dams x Rf , 1. , , , , 1, x H' w , " , O 1 ANGELINA MARTINO I xx 1 . PRESIDENT w i EDNA JOHNSON V W HELEX XVIXmLxM ' v SENIOR MANAGER MANGELINA LA b UENTE JUNIOR MANAGER . : VICE-PRESIDENT '1' . , VX AVERLY FLOYD MARY ANN SAMPEY STELLA Romans FRANCES ALnEnMAx sopuonomc MANAGER SECRETARY Tnmsmu-zu mmsnnmx MANAGER . EDWINA FRYE MINNA DENNIS W : ALPHA GAMMA MANAGER RUTH MOFFA' "1' DELTA KAPPA MANAGER M , FACULTY ADVISOR W FRANCES MACNAMARA VERNA VIXING i' DORMITORY W 4H,. SIGMA THETA PHI MANAGER I W t ab " r :6 i: sift 3x00 ; Dt d . r w I , y, ' v 5 , C r; v" , wlv I YX Q W V. '11 V . 3' Ilkyxbdrlsl , , . , , KL le, ;:,N' .b ! .. 41 ' , v V 7 J x ,V , Q'quV' y l 4J xv 41"31 19' ' 'V J I l k. I A ' . X v V I I . ,, x . , n ,1 -I , V U , x v x 0 - j I a ' ,- L -b" .M. -... - . ., 0. ., .. - mggu, ......-. ,, v. .-.-,.. -,- -... .;-;. W, , .. ,, , ,., Ak Freshmen : Van Berkum Mathis Castellano Beers Reading Alderman Jameson Sacrey Dervaes 31 -3?- Athletics Through the faithful work of Miss Ruth hloffatt, director, and the cooperation of the W, A. A., xvomerfs sports have come nearer the goal of one hundred percent participation than ever before. The varsity teams are an expression of the interest aroused by this program. The varsity and freshmen volley ball and baskball teams made creditable Showings in the City League tournaments. Varsity: Trice Fernandez Moore Roberts Vining Pratt Johnson 41'. t TENNIS Back Row: B. Sessions . , . ' x w Dennis ' . f . ' . - ' $4M Pratt Johnson Dervaes Alderman Driver Front Row: Fernandez Moore Hennessey F. Sessions Pierce DIAMOND BALL Back Row: P 'att Jameson A lderman Dervaes Sucrey Center Row : Castellano Reading Moore Trice f ront R010: Beers Van Berkum Mathis F. Sessions Fernandez ! 3 l -w-u Fencing : Franco, Intramural Sports O,Berry, This year the lntl'anmral prograny carrying out the purpose of the WV.A.A. -mass participation in athleticsehas received good response 011 the part of women students. The major sports, volleyball, basket- ball, and diamondball, hold the center- of interest, but the minor sports, such as shufttelmard, tennis, swimming, track, fencing, badminton, and bowl- ing, are by 110 means neglected. Teams participating in tournaments of these sports, represent the Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior classes, 'the Alpha Gamma, Delta Kappa and Sigma Theta Phi sororitiea and the Dorm itory. t wzymwmwv Horne, Pratt, Hennessey, Van Berkum u. h e MAM 'e mm. Tilt F'ltllhnlH ah ' lunl'lmlnml : TL! Inntt'hwl ML.i plated smug .. III hash? t 1hr 1m 11qu ;' .,. Illih' HIII' 'an -,' Dln'luilurf. nil: . unit. :IfTrr 11th,. plarrwitlnlr In Thv Iiunl lm'r'v; .: mm nut u. . ;,,, m lmur and 5.: Sigma TIM; l "W "W FM: r1 . t $3 .4 1,4- N..-u. The Sophomores won the volleyball tournament OVH' hard tighting evenly matched teams. The Sigma Theta iPhYs placed second. 111 basketball the Suphmnores again took the lead, Winning first place with only one defeat at the hands of the Dormitory. The Freshmen ranked sec- ond. after playing off a tie for that place With the Dormitory team. The mull match of the shuttle tourna- ment was so close that it lasted for one hour and forty-tive minutes with the Sigma Theta Phik emerging the Victor over the Freshmen, Who placed second. Badminlon .' F. Sessions, Alderman, Slmfleboard Van Berkum OtBerry Pratt, Roberts -3- 1 Intramural Ceams ALPH SOPHOMORES Back R Back Row: P81 Horne , F13 Franco Kn O Berry Ma WWWWMW" wont Row: FronlI i V ega L82 x j Moore 5 La Fernandez '9 Cus J , ,, ,0 , max , fiw , x FRESHM N y ? , , . Bark Row: l ; , , ' : . , . ' V w a M Dervaes , ' ' r, ' ' , , MW? ' Alderman , v , , , Sacrey I Bis , 1 rant Row: i Fronll I , . c X Readmg Sar ,- Pierce I Dri ,x' Castellano 1 F10 X R0; . i ' ' SIGMA DORMI FORY Back R Back Row: T. Hennessey S. Pratt Jul DeWolf A Jan 1 Vil Front Row: i V Trice ITOIIM : , , 1 W . . . Mathis Be , ' 4 ' ' ' "Gm ,: - Macnamara R0 y 4?va ?7 w 7 7 gem x??? ALPHA GAMMA Back Row.- , Pelaez Frye Knight Martino Front Row: Lazzara La Fuente Cusmano 4a 4i DELTA KAPPA Back Row: B. Sessions Dennis Byrd Windham Bisenius Front Row: Sampey Driver Floyd K Rogers SIGMA THETA PHI Back Row: T. Morgan S. Morgan Johnson Jameson ; Vinin g Front Row: Beers Roberts XVadsworth Van Berkum chnessev F. Sessions, Dervaes, Pratt g , , 1 L1 16A, essions ? l 27 ss10n', DANCING S VIMMING Moore, Horne, Hodgson, F. S e S B s, .m H De .0, 1 .U 1G a e R mu any 3943.! w .57 Ki: xv, COME .UP AND SEE ME was the cordial ex- pression of the gay nineties when the Tampa Bay Hotel was at its height, but the same cor- diality still exists today at Tampa U. l t Those were the days! Gaze your eyes to the - right and take a good look at the "Girl on the Police Gazette." Thafs Edna Johnson, chosen the most attractive co-ed in the Senior Class. Swing it, Edna, in the 01d Florodora style! You,ll see more of her and other Senior Class notables in the pages to follow. Did we hear a chuckle from below? Well, what . else would you expect When four profs and a i Pres. get hold of a burlesque mag! GAZETTE READERS r , mam ; p nurqrumu rv 'Q i , V: txx 4k? u .yxy'tkmw . The west veranda during the youthful days of the hotel. Many a celebrity walked down those steps to sit in the shadeless park. The couple on the left is playing croquette. The couple on the right is playing hands. But that,s not the only change; Smileyts walk is a necessary addition to the crci quette field because of the drug store. In the hotel daysX a beaten path led to the casino bar on the west side. Now look. Those are studes arriving for their next class. This picture was taken forty years later than the first. The photograph on the left shows one advantage the guest had in the old days. A first class train stopped right on the hotel grounds and took pas- sengers to all points north. If you want transportation from school now days you have to find Zendegui. At the right you can see his car parked just about where the train used to station. My, how times do change. Imagine arriving at school in that contraption in the top picture. Link, Sooky, Tony, and Jane aren,t doing so bad. Herets a close up of where the train stopped. YOU can even see the tracks and pullman box. Forty years later we find two co-eds trightt at the same SPOt- They,re not waiting for a train or even a street car, but they are trying to hitch a ride to town. Herman Ha 9f 2; series 0 mm his p xwtww wow N: M anth m T W ,, Ari. - .. This is the talked-of snapshot that got us a blessing out from the The most candid shot in the Gazette. Dean. The gals decided that the roof wasnit the best place to take Little Waverly was taking a snooze on the museum floor after a hard days work. a sun bath after all. Iange, Imagine thatcontraption Link, 300le ; domg so bad. th. Herman Hancock is the first subject This looks like a bedroom at the Whats this doing here? Oh, we of a series of dorm pictures. He,s en- beach, but itis not. The guy to get it. She,s a part of the fellow- joying his pipe. whom those feet belong is tak- on-the-leffs dream e and not ing a much needed nap. bad! Itis double A. Thatis Ozzie hiding behind that news- paper tlefti . . . Brown and Man- udla are the Vic- tims of the second shot . . . tbelowi Wendell and Dale are serenading each other. tRighti This is what happens to guys who run around without trousers. Look at Nancy shaking her head in shame. That Guitar a la Semi-Nude is Mar- ty Medvec. Lake Party. Whalfs more fun than a Football Practice. Happy Hayes is Tampa U. picnic? The above group is re- about to send that pigskin many yards laxing after a barbeque lunch. The place down the field. Those are A1 Yor- is Louis, lake. The iiwhat" is a Beta Chi kunasi legs youire looking through. party, and the time is any time in April. ?. Youill have to ask them where Sandwich Shop. Itis intermission and theylre goino. From the twinkle in Gazette is still with us. Whatill it be? Annicels eye its gonna be fun. Well, Thatls strange, no one ordered sand- anyhow, bon voyage. wiches. We have Wagner, Atlantic, S.B., and La Tropical. Frat Initiation. It wont be long now. Swing Session. Bob Shoun is The pledge is about to get a new career. goinl to town with that sax. This was the preliminary to the iiTar and Those hands in the extreme cor- Featherinoz" Jimmie Whitney is sitting ner are doing a marvelous job there with a wicked eye. of Suzy Qiincr. Sorority Meeting. This was a surprise 'tO the Deke gals. They were having a meeting" when in popped the photographer. Yolando Finney and Marietta Holmes, faces didn't come out in the wash so our artist supplied them. Pep Meeting. A pajama parade is an affair to which all freshmen look forward. This group of rats were yelling iiGo, Spartans, Go" but it looks like they were singing iiSweet Adeline? W m: Luncheop 1 BuIISessmnl- : in places. i AimgMcCurdi'an is a thing of JOY: long assembl.v ii hunm- .Ham Ham i; DIEskin many yards 039 are A1 YOI'. looking through. : surprise to g a meeting her. Yolando faces didntt nist supplied .,. i" n H.524? .Om Mk ,wthwikx - M aw t Luncheon tor maybe its a Bull sessioni . Gazette is still going places. Dining With Anne McCurdy and Lucy Bull is a thing of joy. After that long assembly were plenty hungry. xfwh 7W mywasstmw WNWKMVWAVaW 4 W x w wxwvm R my w ww Ne w m Play Practice. Dowell, Fran- co, and DeWolf are looking on until the cue is given for them to make their entree. Their performance in 01 Have Quintupletsii was not to be excelled. Its simple to Win! a? 7, Bon Fire. ttGive tern hell," cheerleader Tillis is saying. Remember the bonfire that the freshmen were supposed to have made With wood equal to their weight? It was here that the expression tiOur Team Is Red Hotn began. '94,, Ditto. were still at the blaze and things are getting pretty hot. iiPop the Whip" or an Indian war dance makes the party more interesting. Hold on Sooky, wetre off! LYES MUGGIN CONTEST $1 00,000 in Prizes Just name the eyes below and send in your answers. We will send you only 50 boxes of Gibson girl chocolates and 35 bustles to sell. Now isn,t that easy? The eyes here are an example. They belong to Miss Pansy Flabbergas Now see What you can do. The judge wi11.be Dr. stein, Professor of history, English, and Latm. K117 M a . y 2 , a m, , W? W m ?ijx . t "KW i x Herby C. Hinky- J aaotmtom 08am AT TAMPA U It doesn,t take her long to prepare for bed. Off With this and on With that and ready for a goodnitets sleep Itts goodnight at the date room. Frances Alder- man is telling Art Burrows What a delovely time she had. Shh! dontt wake your Arentt you room-mate. Our heroine goes by to Wish Mrs. Mitchell pleasant dreamseand to tell her all twell, almost aID that happened,and What fun been. ashamed letting Mary Frances beat you in? Shets been in bed ten min- itts ,- utes. Up so soon? Whats the idea turning the light off, then on again? You for- got something? So you wanna wave goodbye to the boy friend from the bal- cony e an old custom. From the looks of that smile on Alder- mants face her date is still wait- ing. Oh well, it must be love, or the younger gen- eration, or just the typical dor- mitory date. In her room, down With the hair, and off With the make-up. Lights out. well see you at 8:30 in the morn. !.rn H see you orn. 13 Tampa U. wouldntt be the same Without M1". Sy to receive our evening calls and say goodnight to the late incomers. "Hi, pal, wait up. Dontt cross your bridges before your chickens hatch? Tess Christel and M. E. Reese are on their way to town. ., ,5 Philipts Field in the making was no easy job When the boss was looklng on. The boys absorbed plenty of Vitamin D. Joker, eh, well laugh this off! Dobson. Garbo? Thatts Dick Powell with Prof. My! What modesty. Who ya think you are, Greta Therets blackmail in this picture. Sitting on the lobby desk is a serious offense. Kathryn is yelling at Maggie and Phil t0 ttStop playing hands and look at the camera? When the boss isntt around the Spartan builders look like W.P.A. workers. They can always be proud to say that they laid the foundation for our field. The Alfieri twins. Paul Alfieri and Paul Alfieri. Take a second look. Jeanie was a little droopy e y e d when this was snapped. She was still pasting pictures at 2 A. M. Margaret Crenshaw and Mark Ball seem to be enjoying themselves. He,s probably telling an- other one of his jokes. in the morn - but For wetre jolly good fellowseand we,re feeling 1175 all in the life of pretty good, too. Stag parties are Big Steve,s an edltor. favorite pastime. tthwzz 4 zwa: is m ,w W WMAMNWAMMMAM. WAWMAsWKIszyM iii Charles Castellano, Joe Gutier- Merrily we row along-and n0 Feet first! We,11 give Mmmmm, a pyramid .i rez, and Tony Pullara were wonder Peggykeeps suchatrim you three guesses as cake. Well take the enjoying an informal chat when figure. thre the passengers? to whom they belong. second and third layers. the photographer asked them to pause for a picture. Willie and Manucy are at it Prof Becknell takes a short If there ever was a Jewel, again. Verna Vining .tbe- cut through the park. He,s hereis one. The Spanish lowi is about to fall me not aware of the camera- shawl is becoming. dam it ! man. There. Wrw he 3" '1. EgamSt thy season- TL". eralof the i River. hnSh?rma iiinS- WM down to tilt? One. tin firstf Ti fhere. that's 7 . iou can ta? 1n agam I111: mm, a pyramid We'll take the l and third layers. JeWFI' aSpanlSh .pn When Prexy Jr. Went In. There was plenty of excitement in the air when the Freshmen rebelled against the Sophomores during rat season. They resolved to throw sev- eral 0f the leaders into the Hillsboro River. John Sherman, Jr. was one of the V10- tims. Without notice he was taken down to the throwing-off place. One, two, three and over he goes, first! The water looks awfully wet. fhere, thatts fine. You can fall back in again now. yyyiia .,,,, w WW The water must not be so enjoy- able. Johnts losing no time in swimming back to the docks. Splash! Ugh, that hurt us worse than it did you, John, but would you mind doing it over so we can get a better picture? Thanks a lot. We got a much better shot of that. Sophomore Sher- A11 is now forgiven man seems to be and OK. except taking it good- for a little water in naturedly. his eyes. ; Om abveah'sets I The Staff wishes to take this means of conveying t0 ttThe 3101'occan,, advertisers, their sincere appreciation for the part that they have played in making this a representative University of Tampa publication. ttThe Bioroccanh readers, knowing that the Advertiserst support is prin- cipally inspired from a desire to be one hundred per cent. behind the University of Tampa, should re- ciprocate by patronizing them upon every opportunity. Compliments of ALWAYS THE BEST IN PU LIOTION PICTURE ENTERTAINIVIENT L 1H. Tampa Theatre Park Theatre ; , - 1 Vlctory Theatre 1 - I Franklln Theatre Seminole Theatre DJ Garden Theatre SPEt Roxy Theatre . l Mm Tul'm X 1, 1 ll V44 - 4 ,5-.. , A4 4 Continued Success t0 the Class of 1938 + PLAN T PARK PHARMACY KV. E. LAWRENCE CASPER SHARP Covmnencement of J 0y Compliments of POINSETTIA D. C. 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