University of Tampa - Moroccan Yearbook (Tampa, FL)

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...a,.W--...M ,W iff?" gh sw Kazan www, 1 ham M nl E W.M...,u,.,,A .hz , I' IQ WSW 'X' ,Y -1 af 1, , Qu, Vw Q, Q , 1 fx 5 W, ffgf: gvuvvwvvvvwvw 5- f, fi? " w I ,,v,v,.,-K 5.-U?-if 'fm N 4 A TAMPA the mom published b y the Senior Class and Stud ccan of ent Council of Universil' f y o Tampa 3 S 5 a 2 Z E Q E Y 1 1 S 1 2 1: E 1 s 1 E E 3 5 I i i QW Mag :ls-nvuknnf-9'ggQ'H2:'3' M AM ...Thi year... . . . in the l955 Moroccan we bring you o glimpse of life on the Tampa campus. This is a picture of the University known only to those of us who have lived its friendliness, its warmth, and its bound- less enthusiasm. We hope it is a portrait of the intangible spirit that permeates our University, of the friendliness that carries us down the Barksdale Walk with a cheerful "Hello," of the enthusiasm that warms us during those fall nights as we root on our heralded Spartans, and of the welcoming spirit that greets the freshman with a smile and causes him to leave four years loter with a happier and wiser smile. It is with the greatest pleasure that we give you your yearbook, a recollection of your Tampa memories. The book is ours only in the sense that we were the ones to write these words, it is really yours, for you are the Tampa student who has lived these pages. And so we give you your book, the composite picture, we hope, of your doys at our University. We have enjoyed bringing it to you, we hope you will enjoy it too . . . . . sincerely CHARLES E. ARCHIBALD 0 Editor 'Q' Q, ., an Q, . ::.-P-5 .. '- hs.. administrators 13 campus life 29 voice 53 . ,.,, sports 69 , if s ,z ill 3 J 5 QR -2 ,,, .A ti ' Alf organizations School Sllirit 151 classes 161 friends 211 dedicated ...to DR. MARTIN I. J. GRIFFIN in grateful apprecia- tion of his years of devoted service to the University of Tampa. We, the Senior Class of the University of Tampa, dedicate the I955 Moroccan to Dr. Griffin - Scholar, Teacher, and Leader . . . 8 ,gave Frank SabeIIa's contribution to Professor Geer's memory. in memoriam . . . to PROFESSOR LAURENCE P. GEER, Devoted Scholar and Teacher . . . For his tireless search for truth and great service to mankind, we, the Senior Class of the University of Tampa, express our deepest gratitude to the beloved memory of the late LAUR- ENCE P. GEER . . . 9 lll'A - phillips field . . . HOMECOMING, l954, brought a memorable event as the indebtedness on Phillips Field was cleared. ln a special ceremony during the Homecoming Football Game, Dr. E. C. Nance, President of the University of Tampa, had the pleasure of burning the mort- gage. Another sign of progress here at our young and growing University! Mm ' - ' ' Al' "L 'WWK' VWW" 2i"V 1 NPV' V5 M-fm ?5'W3E!WW'535BWm"WWW9m"'9353 x S E i 1 I E THE TERM "the student's friend" aptly de- scribes the Administrators of the University of Tampa. At one time or another, we, the stu- dents, have through our associations with them come to realize that this is undoubtedly true. With insight born of true understanding and delight in human nature and their jobs, the hard-working Administration has yet to be stumped by their duties. An ever-ready, "Hello, there" is their trade mark whether you just pass them on campus or go to them with one of your numerous problems. They are faced with the ever growing task of equipping the students to meet the future. your 14dmini.A tratom president 'board of trustees andnlinistrators faculty No individual is better qualified to represent the progressive spirit of the University of Tampa than President Ellwood C. Nance. His meteoric rise has paralleled and complemented the spectacular growth of the University. Along with the Board of Trustees, Dr. Nance has continually fought for the development of a Univer- sity that would be of worth to the City. ELLWOOD C. NANCE President of the University of Tampa The football stadium is now owned by the Uni- versityg a new boathouse is now completedg an addi- tional parking lot is now in useg and a complete paint project was finished last fall on the interior of the building. Plans for a new Student Union Building and Fieldhouse are in process. Yes, all of Dr. Nance's dreams for our growing Universit are comin true. Y l TOP: Dr. Nance discusses some problems with Mr. David E. Smiley, Chairman of the Board of Trustees at the Alumni Luncheon during Homecoming. LEFT: Dr. Nance addresses the audience at the President's Reception to open Homecoming festivities. 14 board of trustees The University of Tampa's Board of Trustees ful- fills the function toward the administration that the faculty does for the students. It is through their aid and guidance that our officials are able to secure the most beneficial results for the University. For many years the Board of Trustees has formed the policies by which this University has prospered and expanded. MEMBERS CHESTER H. FERGUSON FRANK M. TRAYNOR C. C. VEGA, JR. MORRIS E. WHITE AL YORKUNAS CHARLES F. BLAKE HOWARD P. MACFARLANE J. S. MIMS LOUIS WELLHOUSE, JR. J. A. GRIFFIN GEORGE B. HOWELL DAVID E. SMILEY Chairman It is to the Board that we owe our gratitude foi the long-awaited recognition that is now Tampa's The results of the Board's decisions are shown ir the constant expansion of our school. lts steady growth serves as a tribute to the present Board anc to their very capable predecessors, V. H. NORTHCUTT V. V. SHARPE PAUL SMITH R. J. BINNICKER ALBERT H. CASE H. C. CULBREATH DAVID A. FALK CARL D. BOREIN J. CROCKETT FARNELL JAMES L. FERMAN D. B. McKAY 16 alumni association Sparked by an able president, the alumni associ- ation turthers the ideals of graduates who are bound together by the regard they hold tor the school, and their pride and desire to identity themselves with its past and future. It remains, during the years to come, a friend to the graduate. i Mrs. Virginia Overstreet, President of the Alumni Association, welcomes the Alumni during Home- coming. ABOVE: The Lunchroom Cafeteria, an- ABOVE: The Spartan Cleaners, a servi other Alumni project. invoked by the Alumni. Manager Bill Fisher opens up an alumni project, the Spartan Room, for students. 17 C9 A , ,,,ygnMh1,,o3?Wwg DEAN M. C. RHODES dean of administration Guiding light tor our academic standards, Dean Rhodes keeps a con- tinual vigilance for their preservation, A man ot loyalty and integrity, Dean Rhodes, through his associations, has won the admiration ot many. . . . time are our guidm MRS. LUCILE KING Dean of Women She guides the women . BOYD B. BURNSIDE Dean of Men He guides the men . 19 WILLIAM S. WELDON Registrar HAROLD A. HEISER Dean of Adult Education MRS. JOHNNIE PATE Assistant Treasurer Flaw N - ..,.. . ,Q , Z 'Q In PUBLlC RELATIONS STAFF, Left to Right: Ccpt. R. E. Bassler, Direc- LIBRARY STAFF, Left to Right: Gloria Runton, Catalog Librarian tor of Public Relations: Charles "Bud" Fisher: Mrs. Pegg Secretary. y Gambrell, Charlotte Ann Thompson, Librarian: Estella R. Crane, Circulation Librarian. your rzend 0 BUSINESS STAFF, Left to Right: Aida Diaz, Bookkeeper: Ro Bookkeeper: Betty Lou Castro, Cashier. .,M..., w,,..q-ww-w.,,,h-Q : , ,wil the admin: tratwn . . . SECRETARIAL STAFF, Left to Right: Mrs, Camilla T. Cooper, Dean of Women's Office: Evelyn Bennett, Dean of Men's Office: Agnes se Cuervo, Steele, Business Athletic Office: Violet Rodriguez, Secretary to the President: Florence Lioret, Receptionist to the President. REGlSTRAR'S STAFF, Left to Right: Mrs. Dahlia Docobo, Mrs. Wilda MAINTENANCE STAFF, Left to Right: R. R. Whifis, Building Maint- Pecina, Chief Assistant to the Registrar. enance Superinfendentg Powell Yueger, Assistant. cl: Men or their ematility . . . DIRECTORS OF DORMITORIES, Left to Right: Miss Marcella Hanley, Women's Dormg Mrs. Elyse G. Sheppard, Men's Dorm. SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR: Mrs. Mae Avery. -fl... N'-v Wigs d"'5wMfK?' I Sf! our facult . . . JOHN B. ADAMS MILLER K. ADAMS FRANCES B. ALLEN M.A., Ph.D. B.S., M.A. A.B. Sociology Physical Education Drama and Speech RUSSELL C. APPLE HOWARD G. BAKER GUY G. BECKNELL A.B., M.S.C. A.B., M.A., Ph.D. B.S., M.S., Ph.D., D.Sc. Accounting English Physics J. RYAN BEISER JAMES BIGNELL NORMAN BORCHARDT A.B., M.A., Ph.D. B.S., M.A. Art History and Political Science Industrial Arts . . . new membem 23 "-if ...Ji . HAROLD E. CARMONY JAMES W. COVINGTON ZOE COWEN STELLA M. COX B.S., M.S. B.S., M.A., Ph.D. B.S., M.A., Ph.D. B.S., M.A. Chemistry History and Political Science Elementary Education Home Economics - 1 c-1, ,., "" .,., I l"' I ...r,. ...,f-V -". 2 r "'c'1' I ,.., ..V-1 I -"l"' , . r,.. . iii? I ""::Z 31222522 .53 . I EUSTASIO FERNANDEZ WILLIAM C. FREDERICK B.S., M.A., M.A.E. A.B. Spanish Economics ROY E. GEETING WILLIAM D. GLENN WILLIAM M. GOLDSMITH MARTIN I. J. GRIFFIN B.S., M.A., Ph.D. A.B., M.A., Ph.D. A.B., M.A., Ph.D. A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Accounting Psychology Biological Science English Aelected or their ine . . . ,mls HAROLD A. HEISER Ph.B., M.A. Business Administration 6 C. J. HO PAUL H. HUTCHESON THOMAS E. JOYNER B.A., M.A., Ph.D. A.B., M.A. A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Secondary Education Mathematics Political Science JESSE L. KEENE A.B., M.A. History and Political Science English CHARLES W. LOGUE A.B., M.A., Ph.D. English s EARL E. KELLER B.S., A.B., M.A. E5 E Sig 5 A ALVAN R. MCFADYEN ROBERT L. MOHR FRANKLIN A. MOODY A.B., M.A. B.S., M.A., Ph.D. A.B., M.A. Ed. English Education Speech and Radio teaching and training a6ilitie DAPHNE N. YVARS LOUIS A. NAVA Y. VEGA LEO H. O'HARE STEPHEN F. PARK A.B., M.A. A.B., B.S. A.B., M.A. A.B., M.M. Physical Education Spanish English Music Theory il ff ,Q . . S5 i 8 . Q 1 gi '32 -'-'- E Ei if A 'fist We CLARENCE M. PRUITT CLYDE T. REED G. LAWRENCE ROBERTS BENJAMIN F. SCHERER A.B., M.A., Ph.D. A.B., M.S. B.S., M.Ed. B.S., M.A. Chemistry and Physical Science Biology Business Administration Physical Education . . . teaching and training abilitie FREDERICK C. SCHUBART ELYSE G. SHEPPARD ALAN P. STUCKEY CHARLES B. VARNEY Ph.D. A.B., M.A. B.S., M.A., Ph.D. A.B., M.A. Chemistry and General Science Mathematics History and Political Science Geography and Geology RUBEN D. WEBB LYMAN WILTSE ROBBIE E. WOOTEN RABBI 'D. I. ZIELONKA B.S., M.S. Mus.B., M.M. B.S. B.H., A.B., Rabbi, L.H.D English Music Secretarial Science zz riendq teaching Ataff . . . DURING THE course of every college year at Tampa, there are happenings and events which are different from those of any previous year. One of the most stirring interruptions to campus life was the acquisition of Phillips Field during Homecoming. Homecoming, as usual, was a mad rush by students and alumni alike, with everyone joining in the fun at numerous annual events. Fun was the byword at the skits, a new addition to Homecoming, sponsored by the fra- ternities and sororities on campus. To top off Homecoming, the Spartans won the annual game against the Mountaineers. The Drama group presented a very successful play during the festivities. The year has been a crowded but enjoyable one. All have worked for the bet- terment of the University. ,Q , . Env Q. M ff' HW M W ed homecoming Ei' . winning float old grads seo float , growing campus and a football victory Homecoming, the most exciting event of the fall, brought with it a bright November day, loyal alumni, golden chrysanthemums, gaily decorated floats, skits and a play, the President's Reception, the Children's Party, the Alumni Luncheon, a victorious football game, the traditional dance, and a new queen, Growing with Tampa was the theme for the day, and was carried out in the dec- orations of the floats, The President's Reception, which was preceded by the Drama group's contribu- tion Pink Ribbon, formally opened the fes- tivities. During the reception, the Home- coming Queen of i954 was presented, Jackie Fitzgibbons, sponsored by Tau Omega fraternity. Excitement mounted, on Saturday morn- ing, as the parade of floats and bands start- ed winding from the campus through down- town Tampa. The overall float winner was Rho Nu Delta fraternity with Delta Zeta capturing the sorority cup and Tau Omega annexing the fraternity cup. Alumni, students, and football fans hur- ried to Phillips Field and saw an exciting game with our Spartans defeating Appa- lachian 25-20. Don Francisco and his orchestra were featured that evening at the dance, mak- ing a wonderful ending to a full, exciting Homecoming, LEFT TOP: The drum major, a symbol of every football season. BOTTOM: Beautiful girls adorn the RNDS float. RIGHT: Students prepare for Homecoming. ""'-'..-kg was Wag, , 4 - WMOHQQ LUllll'll ' .W-W - ff' ,A Q. X, - N N N S I V ,,,. ,ww I A ,t " 'wwf ,. -W 'M -- .mf ,wf My wi W Q . w,,,,,- t I , ...IgMM,,,ff,.,.. . 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UPPER Brig Gen Sanborn USAF from MacDlll AFB was the maln speaker at the Alumni Luncheon LEFT: The Ace Club clowns were on hand for the parade. 34 A if ABOVE: A view of the tossing ol' the coin by Queen Jackie while the Spartan captains and the Homecoming game sponsors look on. . . with traditions i og ge X ffsff' M ABOVE: Dr. Nance crowns the new Homecoming Queen, Jackie Fitzgibbons, as Vilma Fernandez, who reigned over the Homecoming festivities at last year, looks on, A fitting climax! 35 The Queen in full regalia. ueen Jackie on her way to the crowning. eaut homecoming queen of 194 Queen Jackie Fitzgibbons, sponsored by Tau Omega fraternity, takes a striking pose. homecoming queen M nliss jackie fitzgihlmns MISS PEGGY GARCIA Sponsored by Rho Nu Delta MISS MARY JO CAPITANO Sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon and her court 2 g f D1 ' f 5 2 Q Z 2 5 A if V V. M., , 1 1 2 E 3 MISS GERRY DAVIS 44 Sponsored by Alpha Chi Omega WP MISS SALLY WOLFE Sponsored by Tau Kappa Epsilon QUEEN CONNIE FELICIONE Sponsored by Tau Kappa Epsilon miss moroecan of 1955 :1 1' V-:f " I 1'5"-K 2 ff? 'ff -4:p..'3g jf' W 1 f if sf W' 2 KMA., ' I7!0l'0CCdn qlleen llliSS connie felieionc- MISS IDA FELICIONE Sponsored by Sigma Kappa Nu and her MISS PEGGY GARCIA Sponsored by Rho Nu Delta MISS VILMA FERNANDEZ Sponsored by Tau Omega court MISS BARBARA HARDING Sponsored by Methodist Student Organization MISS IDA FELICIONE Miss Tampa of I955 honored tampa beauties MISS SALLY WOLFE Miss Greater Tampa of 1954 MISS SALLY VILLAR Miss Tampa Chamber of Commerce of 1955 drama group drama and music chorus hand A gripping scene with Lynn, Harold and Martha. pink ribbon What happens to a small-town girl when she hits the big city was portrayed in this unique, three-act comedy. Hilarious complications arise in the play, "Pink Ribbon," which was presented during Home- coming-by a small-but well-versed Drama group. Barbara Allen, as the badly mixed up, small- town girl, Diane Bidwell, a patient roommate: Vin- cent Pettit, a lover, James Friedman, in the same cate- gory, Nicio Vega, an erratic florist, Bob Parsons, a Country boy, and William Doran, a messenger, made up the principals in the cast. Others in the cast included Dache Reeves, Bar- bara Harding, Paul Neuman, Douglas Conners, Doris Moody, Charles Nundy, and Doris Ann Duval. "Pink Ribbon" was under the fine directorship ot Mrs. Frances Allen, of the Drama Department. A torrid love scene portrayed by Martha and Jeffery 1- The country boy uses the old-style method to the amazement of Lynn, Harold and Jeffery. the cast The Cast takes a well-deserved encore. LEFT TO RIGHT: Charles Nun dy, Dache Reeves, Bob Parsons, Barbara Allen, Vincent Petti, Diano wcll, James Friedman, Nick Vega and William Doran. Bi we BAND MEMBERS: First Row, Left to Right: Yvonne McCall, Majoretteg Earl Cambasg David Byars, Gene Stivenderg Harold Fuller, Lonnie Turner, Harold Davisg Charles Ippolito, Bob Leal, Ida Felicione, Majorettej Ronald Cinnamon, Drum Major. Second Row: Doris Mays, Majorette, Sally Correllj Dorothy Wilson, Audrey Borger, Warren Haasl, Mary Pasetti, Harold Williams. Third Row: Curtis Crofton, Sylvia Arias, Jim Crosby, Janice Robertson, Barbara Bailey, Walter Wilson. Fourth Row: Vincent Borastigui, Lucy Scaglione, Vincent Tata, Gonzalo Rodriguez, Paul Tom- asinog Doris Moody, John Graham, Jack Skipper. universit of tampa band The Spartan Band practices a formation. "And the drums go bang, and the cymbals L clang," and you know the University of Tampa l Band is marching again. No campus presen- tation is ever complete without theme-be it a pep rally, a football game, or a parade, the Mighty Mites have a part. Under the direction of Professor Lyman ' Wiltse and drum major Ronald Cinnamon, the This was a good year for the Mighty Mites and the graduating band members will be greatly missed next year. 3 band, majorettes and dancerettes executed 3 i many new and varied marching formations during the half-times of our football games Q this past year. i DANCERETTES: Left to Right: Peggy Gurciag Gerry Davisg Vilma MAJORETTES: Left to Right: Yvonne McCalIg Doris Mays and Ida Fernandezg Martha Menendez and Iris Delgado. Felicione. RONALD CINNAMON Drum Major The University of Tampa Band in formation during half-time at homecoming. N , , W.. ,M , M W. N WM,,,..,..,..1.,..WV,r.,,vNWmg---l----- - IQNTW --WW r M-'f """ 'N x--WM 1: N-'rw i chorus THE CHORUS: First Row, Left to Right: Martha Thrailkillg Aurora Pere zg Nora Midullaj Christine Coulterg Nannette Nivensg Elvira Tamargog Mildred Denhamg Lyla Thisseg Caren Lewis. Second Row: Professor Lyman Wiltseg Josephine Coxg Flo Benitezg Martha Berdealg Mickey Ru moreg Luann Carterg Mary Pasettig Pat Bullardg Angela Alvarezg Joyce Curry. Third Row: Ishmael Valdezg Fano Sabellag Nick Vegag Beatrice Jutrasg Jeannette Maniscalcog Carol Browng Dolores Sabellaj Jerry Voy eg Phil Hamerg Silvio Alvarez. Fourth Row: Wayne Merrillg Jack Cap lingerg Carl Boydj Herman Schusterg Angel Vilchezj Leonard Stokes. UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA ALMA MATER - ww, Lew ere J. i omg Jael- y Stud- 'hui' and lrue W siiig we the praise ., The Chorus, under the direction of Professor Ly- MJ. C 3 ,NJA X ff . . . . . - J- JL-f man Wiltse, high-lighted its season with an outstand- AI -M37-it g Mo, . ter ifruTr.T.. ing performance at the Christmas Candlelight Service, Leo- M--N held in the University Ballroom in December. During Q-and beat, our lu.1fls7g+ and all W gigs.. Homecoming, the Alumni had an opportunity to hear 'ppfi3i3i'fA+'- this talented group at their Alumni Luncheon. welll ,Este W9 fe fliee-+-' , . , 3. J P-2 i The group aims to promote the best in music and WT' 0 jf M ,F ,I-1 A df, :L e .T or o . 'z n ll - - ' we W i . i in 'ge fe'- friendship among its members. 1. V- 'iii JEELK g V ,,,sl'1fl Z 52 eg s M- Wies si ies gy 4 Q. 1. J. is N Hail i our glo' rious Al - ma Nlo. - Ter, H . ge-H r . . . g? Hail our 'lim - pa U ...i ABOVE: The Cherus renders a Christmas Carol during the Christmas Candlelight Service at the University. BELOW: The Chorus of Ft. Meyers High School, participants in an assembly at the University, display outstanding musical talents 51 enthusi- Senote meetmgs, every type of mmd, fund their outlet an The tocrhtles are uvmluble to turn toward the In medlums, the voice of ZNQWQGE ff f V -:, 2 .5 'Ulu BUY our Uoice stu dent senate nnoroccan minaret wtun-fm student senate In Dean King's office every Monday noon- time, eighteen students gather to discuss the plans and projects of the student body. This group is the Student Senate, the student elect- ed organization which serves as a link between the students and the administration. The Student Senate plans such outstanding events as Homecoming and the back-to-school dance. This year, they were extremely busy trying to straighten out the parking situation, planning better recreational facilities for stu- dents, and the problems of student registra- tion were under discussion. The Student Senate was capably guided by Jim Berfield, Student Body President l954-55. Front Row Left to Right Dean Boyd Burnside faculty advisor Clint Meadows Vice-President, Jim Berfield, President, Dean Lucile King,.fac- ulty advisor Second Row Charles Archibald Treasurer Carol Brown Joyce Newell, Shirley Tucker, Connie Fellcione, Secretary, Ida. Felicione, Eleanor Ebsary Rosiemarie Rogers Mike Capitano Secretary Third Row Mary Lou Roos, Ernest Segundo, Rey Yvars, Dean Goldsmith, Shirley I 5 f fg Q OFFICERS: Front: Jim Berfield, President. Back, Left to Right: Charles Archibald, Treasurerg Clint Meadows, Vice-Presi- dent, Mike Capitano, Secretary. Off to FISGA convention in Miami, left, Eleanor Ebsary, center, Rey Yvarsg Right, Jim Berfield, FISGA President 1954-55. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Left, Clint Meadows, The Parking Commission checks the parking area. Left, Ernest Segunda Head Commis- center, Jim Berfieldg right, Rey Yvars. sioner,' center, George Grant and right, Rey Yvars. YYWQQDH' In X moroccan of CHARLES ARCHIBALD Editor of the 1955 Moroccan. MIKE CAPITANO Associate Editor of the 7955 Moroccan charles archibald mike capitano bud fisher john borbidge pauline bransford charles nundy louise pedrinan don olsen carolyn turner bob leal shirley keene barbara whitley joyce curry jack lamb Sally villar camille cappolino silvio alvarez jack caplinger editor associate editor business manager advertising manager classes organizations fraternities sororities captions women's sports art music editorial assistants CHARLES NUNDY and LOUISE PEDRINAN, organization ed- Although all yearbooks contain essentially the same rnaterial, it is the hope of each editor and staff to produce a book as different as possible from any previously published. This year, we have sought to make the MOROC- CAN modern in every sense of the word- layout, type, copy, and photography. We hope the i955 MOROCCAN will afford you a few pleasant hours of relaxed reading. the staff . . . i itors check the quality of a few photographs. l l Ei?-P BUD FISHER, business manager and JOHN BORBIDGE, advertising man- ager, check the ad section for per- fected copy. A careful check of all class rosters was necessary in order for PAULINE BRANSFORD, class editor, and CA- MILLE CAPPOLINO, editorial assis- tant, to complete this all-important section. ' 4, ..... SALLY VILLAR, editorial assistant, performing some layout duties. 4, ,.. Keeping the sorority and fraternity data intact were the duties of CAROLYN TURNER, sorority editor, and DON OLSEN, fraternity editor. BOB LEAL, captions, SILVIO ALVAREZ, and JACK CAPLINGER, editorial assistants, coordin- ate on F1 phase of the book, Y KKK JACK LAMB, music editor, expresses his approval on a page of the annual. 0 Q Q Carrying out the art work, JOYCE CURRY and BARBARA WHITLEY plan u sketch. The MOROCCAN is important to you now, and these activities have been recorded. Rich in tradition in later years. lt records the pulse of campus life. the MOROCCAN faithfully puts into print each per No one can attend every dance, function, party and son's share in the University. Let it remain a proud sporting event, but in the MOROCCAN a portion of reminder of the best years of your life. SHIRLEY KEENE for the yearbooki Y women's sports editor, types copy JACK CAPLINGER, MIKE CAPITANO and CHARLES NUNDY heading for the FIPA convention in Miami. Jack served us secretary of the organization for 1954-55. BERNARD SHUFELT, Editor, certainly kept student interest stirring with his timely editorials. the minaret What is the latest in school politics? When is the next dance? What is the progress on stu- dent parking situation? Read the MINARET for the latest campus news. The MINARET works constantly for the good ot the University and its students. Read some of their editorials on student attitude, univer- sity social rules, changes in University admin- istration, or social lite. Some MINARET "crusades" have been on parking facilities, tire prevention, methods of raising money, and ample coverage ot student politics. Reader opinion is shown in "to the editor" columns and "as we see it" editorials. Current campus news and reviews of campus cultural events are featured. This year, the MINARET well-filled its job on campus. BOB MARTOSKI, Associate Editor, B. J. BROWN, who served ci por tion of the term as Business Manager, and the Editor check u cut for the next issue. .es-ls-are - me Q H+ CELESTINO FERNANDEZ, MARTHA THRAILKILL, clubs, CHARLES NUNDY, fraternitiesg and JOYCE NEWELL, soror- ities,' check a layout with SALLY VILLAR before the paper goes to press. f""' 'P' TONY SALADINO, sports writer, CHARLES ARCHIBALD, sports editorp and SHIRLEY KEENE, women's sports editor,- with HENRY DISTEFANO, sports writer, at the typewriter, prepare the sports pages. -- the staff Writers of fashions, CAMILLE CAPPO- LINO and JOAN HICKEY check an issue with NANCY HALLOCK while BOB MAR- TOSKI and BUD FISHER, publicity, check an advertisement. Y N"-.f gm,.gg?-E.: Ki,lq,3s.W,g, LM x K V 9' 5 5 4 E, ww 4 X , f .. f.,u ery-S?ifg- 3 M 1 ll, S 4, ,.... The MINARET was 'johnny on the spot' when Miss Moroccan was announced. ln a coordin- ated event, the MINARET issued the news with the announcement. Miss Moroccan poses with the Editor immed- iately after hearing the good news. Our bi-weekly publication covered this im- portant event of campus activities with sev- cral issues. V I My, Staff members stop to admire one of the many outstanding articles that appeared in this year's MINARET. W , ' I r i ' A V, L , EE-33.3 - . is is " " L 211943 if " , pf, Um Mnluumilq, of jmnpa, M-was--if mms Pnuaims 39,616 4,3351 wfuje P A' ' T""""""fH" IRE SLUWLY ENDING A , ' u s iz I nm N fJuAl4c4Zum4 Sufkfi Say Hey! You Guys It's Time To Rush r 'N i SENATE HOPES FEW BENEFITS j L gg, mn, ron K WAR vers JOYCE NEWELL and the Editor pack some articles for the trip to Miami where the FIPA convention was held. V wtun-fm Radio fans have often heard E "Good evening, this is WTUN-fm, the University Broadcasting Serv- ice, at 88.9 on your radio diaI." 1 s WTUN offers practical radio E experience in announcing, pro- f gramming, continuity writing, en- gineering, news casting, and busi- ness . . . in a live studio setup, which operates 55 hours per week. WTUN offers news broadcasts, disc jockey shows, sports events, educational, cultural, and special event "remote" programs. BRYAN WEBB, Station Manager STAFF MEMBERS: Seated, Left to Right: Karen Lewis, Nancy Truesdale, Traffic Manager, Bryan Webb, Station Manager, Professor Franklin Moody, Director of Radio. First Row: Ann Aulick, Music Librarian, Joyce Newell, Continuity Director, Vince Tata, Jerry Voye, Sylvia Pettewayj Pat Maddox. Second Row: Bud Fisher, Public Relations, Phillip Hamer, Thomas Enos, Al Berry, Chief Engineer, Herman Schuster, Charles Hamp- ton, Janice Robertson, Dick Lobo, Humbert Fernandez, Jerry Woitus, Joe Higdon, Dick Follweiler. Third Row: Billy Clarke, Larry Mason. 4-.v JACK CAREW, Program Director, prepares the programming for the day. 4-4 AL BERRY, Chief Engineer, checks a small panel. "WTUN takes pleasure in presenting . . Y 2 5 1,1 7 ' Y ' 53, M , ,N N 5 A Q ,, t , v.,,-......,i-.W -... 3. . . . ...., 5l.,,.,,.,, , 3 -ggwg rigz. - .H fi, .- .:-: :-: - 5- ., 3 ra '. 'ff X - .az Jfffigggifiml .. . , 41,9 M s .. fs .155 :I-1 h as -gzi is : 1 w t,'?,?Wg'giiS - 5? - 5 -I .. -"' 5' 9-W 3 - - , , f. :..g' Q:-' I ,, :Jr ,Hi -1 5'-:I Q.,I1" A . -, ig- 5:3 ,-. .: 4- 7 .WH ,. . ., ii.. ,gg ww .,., - 'H M My -'::.,.:.."fw .,.. , L: 9 + 3 It . , '57 Q A "The Spartans take over, first and ten, on their own . . ." can be heard on a remote broadcast from Phillips Field, home of the Spartans. 4. ..- WTUN covered many special events, including a visit by U.S. Senator Smathers to our campus. NANCY TRUESDALE, Traffic Manager, shows her ver- satility by taking a turn on the "board." Y 1 47+ Through the thick glass of the control room, BOB NEWMAN, announcer-engineer, sends a spot announcement over the air-waves. WTUN, an educational radio broadcasting sta- tion is in its third year of programming, The expan- sion, since the first broadcast on Christmas Day, l952, has been astronomical. Today, the station consists of two air-conditioned studios and office, plus some of the finest equipment available in the radio indus- try. WTUN can boast of being the largest FM edu- cational station in the state with much of its success attributed to two local stations, WDAE and WFLA. The chief engineer, traffic manager, and station manager get together with Professor Moody, during a staff meeting, to coordinate a special broadcast. Y PLAYlNG WITH the same principles which 4 are taught in all phases of learning at Tampa, that of fairness, integrity, and above all, sports- manship, the players and the students learned toltake the bitter with the sweet. The Spartan gridders had a successful season with eight wins and two losses . . .one of the victories being in the Cigar Bowl. The Spartan cagers had a difficult time this season but the pros- pects for the coming year are bright. Crew season had not started when our Moroccan went to press but the shells look well-manned. Ath- letes and students look forward to a banner year in "56". it iT1'ii7'f' our Sperm football basketball crew intramurals MW-.fn ,:,z, rg H51'fgfiigg1:ffgi:W1,:,5fiiAfzf, if 12,62 W W mw,,,f,Q2f,.,5zs.:::.,:2:.j3' K K aw fl W af wwf " , ,.a, . , . . .. . , M M WWW WWW V.a. 1' ,, , mw.XW.A.MW,,J:,.asa - ' , 1, , r, ,W-fr:,fTgi55151525562ilEQfETZiEiELL15Zt?:1ilifgit 1' - .HM.,,a .a,t H,M.qA,1wf...,,,1.,,, 4 - r, ,3k,k,fwi,,.hf .lW,mmL1. Q., Q6 gm 'BH I w w w 8 3 4 MARCELINO HUERTA Athletic Director and Head Football Coach SAM BAILEY Line Coach and Basketball Coach at BILL STALNAKER Crew Coach athletic staff Led by our Athletic Director and Head Football Coach, Marcelino Huerta, our coaches ironed out the wrinkles and turned out the finest football team in the present-day history of the University. Coach Sam Bailey's cagers ran into some tough opposition this winter but with the entire squad returning next year, the basketball team should vastly im- prove on this year's record. Although Coach Bill Stalnaker's crew had not competed as the Moroccan goes to press, the prospects tor a winning sea- son are evident. ANGUS WILLIAMS Backfield Coach PAUL STRAUB Athletic Business Manager football team games seniors The TAMPA SPARTANS compiled on en- viable record of 8 wins ond only 2 losses dur- ing the seoson. Homecoming sow our SPAR- TANS toke the Mountoineers of Appciicichion , in in o tough bottle. In the Cigcir Bowl closh our teom overwhelmed Morris Horvey for on other importont victory. the 9 4 tampa football squad Al Leathers was the leading ground gainer for the Spartans during the season with 682 yards gained on 111 tries and scored 9 touchdowns and 2 points after. Tom Spock had the best average per try with 7.8 per carry on 556 yards in 70 tries, scoring 4 touch- downs. In the passing department, Bill Minahan hit his receivers 51 times on 91 passes for a total ot 712 yards and an average of .56O, with 7 touchdowns being scored on Bill's passes. He was not only the leading passer but he chipped in 2 touchdowns him- selt. Reggie Colvard, the leading punter, had an average of 37.2 yards per punt. Pass receiving saw Jim Mayo catch 20 passes for 179 yards and 2 touch- downs and Dickie Harte caught 14 for 195 yards and 2 touchdowns. First Row, Left to Right: Bob Gambrellg Mike Cesariog Paul Davisg Jim Marshallg Jack Hannag Fred Chicadog Bill Minahang Mario Maffeog Mike Skaroulisj Joe Zalupskig Ed Peckg Ron Osler. Second Row: Nick Waytovichg Wallace Bembryj Ed Durayg Fred Sloanj Lou Giacobbeg Bill Nuznoffg Ken Nuznoffg Joe Knightg Henry Garciag Joe Onderkog Andy Lenoskyg Jim Mcyog Al Leathers. Third Row: Dick Harteg John Wilsong Charles Downieg Jesse Davisg Reggie Colvardg Bob Lovelyg Paul McCauleyg Pete McLeodg Bill Sefcikg Alan Receg Ted Greeneg Jerry Stricklandg Nello Rimoldi. A . A f MNWM. ,,i,,,,g,,Z Sjgiiiigtigiii 3 ' fin'-Wiwzvx ..,. 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Line: Dick Harte' Nello Rimoldi' Joe Zalupski' Joe Onderko' Ed Duray' Jesse Davis' Pete S McLeod. Backs: Jim Marshallg Bob Gambrellg Mike Skuroulisg Bill Nuznoff. I 73 SAM BAILEY Line Coach s coaches ..., "., e saa y y y A ' -1 "'- ,Q 55535 , A A ANGUS WILLIAMS Backfield Coach If MARCELI NO HEURTA Head Coach spartans . . . cigar bowl champions September I6, l954 31 tampa Z6 mexico city October I, l954 Sf' af TAMPA MEXICO CITY 9 I5 first downs 294 153 rushing yardage 90 I97 passing yardage 7 28 passes attempted 5 I4 passes completed I 0 passes intercepted 4 4 punts 32.8 29.4 punting average 3 3 fumbles lost 6l 80 yards penalized 6 tampa Z8 clrattanooga TAMPA CHATTANOOGA 9 I3 first downs 97 30l rushing yardage 80 5 passing yardage I9 2 passes attempted I0 I passes completed I 0 passes intercepted 8 4 punts 33.7 34.1 punting average 2 5 fumbles lost 60 I5 yards penalized 74 TOP: Al Leathers was a tough man to stop against the Georgians CENTER: Bob Gambrell fights for yardage BOTTOM: Lamar Lipsey eludes the safety man and scores a TD October 9, 1954 67 tampa 7 Avutla georgia TAMPA SOUTH GEORGIA 13 7 first downs 308 136 rushing yardage 225 56 passing yardage 23 I2 passes attempted 12 5 passes completed 3 0 passes intercepted 2 8 punts 29 23 punting average 4 5 fumbles lost 70 30 yards penalized Tom Spack stiff a ms a would be tackle and heads fo the double-stripes. 64 tampa 9 Atewvn October 15, l954 TAMPA STETSON l7 first downs 3l9 rushing yardage 223 passing yardage I6 passes attempted 7 passes completed 3 passes intercepted I punts 0 punting average l fumbles lost 75 yards penalized Center Ted Greene C203 and Tackle Bob Lovely C461 close in on a ebacker while the rest of the Tampa line clears the opposition for a fleet Spartan back. Z6 tampa 0 troy Atate October 22, l954 TAMPA I7 302 l07 I5 5 5 3 28.6 'l l 10 TROY STATE ll first downs l66 2l I2 3 2 5 29 2 70 rushing yardage passing yardage passes attempted passes completed passes intercepted punts punting average fumbles lost yards penalized 2 Q if fb 5 f.ff?3fffW55E Q 4 LJ 2 I AW? Zz -Q N 3 Q4 5? Q ,,f v W uf 5 9 WE AI Leathers drives through the Mountaineer line. chan dives for yardage. November TAMPA 12 196 46 10 4 1 4 33.8 1 20 ZS tampa Z0 apyzalacluian 20, 1954 APPALACHIAN 10 first downs 65 rushing yardage 130 passing yardage 18 passes attempted 11 passes completed 0 passes intercepted 4 punts 46.4 punting average 1 fumbles 35 yards penalized AI Leathers gains yards for Tampa. Tom Spack sweeps the Seminole I' 0 tampa I3 florida Atate December 4, I954 TAMPA FLORIDA STATE I5 I4 first downs I93 I77 rushing yardage 3 I22 passing yardage 8 I9 passes attempted 3 8 posses completed 2 I passes intercepted 3 4 punts 35.6 35.5 punting average 4 I fumbles lost 25 80 yards penalized cigar howl Qumran DOWN E E mms S E T0 eo I TA M PA- U MORRIS HARVEY THE FINAL scores. beauty at the ganle N HOLDEN, Cigar Bowl Queen Miss Florida, ANN DANIELS was ther 4 December 17, 1954 TAMPA 13 168 108 14 8 2 4 39.5 5 95 MORRIS HARVEY 6 first downs 113 rushing yardage 9 passing yardage 7 passes attempted 2 passes completed 1 passes intercepted 6 punts 27.5 punting average 4 fumbles lost 100 yards penalized Z I tam a 0 mm-IA-laanle TOP: Coach Bailey on the phone passes on the word to Coach Huerta. CENTER: Al Leathers holds onto the pigskin and SCOFSS. BOTTOM: Bill Minuhan eludes a Golden Eagle tockler. tampffs nick waytovicli little all-american all-state There has been no doubt in the minds of Spartan followers that rugged Nick was of All-American calibre. In l953, he was named on the Little All-American Second Team although he missed several games due to injuries. This year, Nick was a repeater on the Florida College All-State Teom due to his tremendous play during the success- ful Spartan season. On the statistical side, Nick hails from Johnstown, Pa., weighing l9O pounds on a 5-7 frame. Although not being a heavy man, Nick never conceded to opposing linemen, 30 pounds heavier and half a head taller. Co-Captain, Senior Nick, vicious block- er, rugged tackler, opportunist on fum- bles, will go down in Spartan football history as the greatest guard to play for the University of Tampa. This great competitor will be sorely missed by the Spartans next season. football seniors Reggie Colvard . . . Hartwell, Ga .... packed 237 pounds but was fast for big man . . . great punter . . . letterman . . . tackle . . . 6-3 . . . new Spartan tackles will have a big gap to fill in line . . . kicked 7 point afters in l954 . . . Jess Davis . . . Miami, Fla .... strong, aggres- sive tackle , . . good on offense and defense . . . letterman . . . 6-3 . . . 220 pounds . . . top re- placement for tackle post during l954 . . . Pete McLeod . . . Pensacola, Fla .... strong end . . . great on defense . . . caught 'l touch- down Dass in 1954 . . . letterman . , . wore glasses but this was never a drawback . . . great competitor on gridiron . . . Ed Peck . . . Erie, Pa .... heady quarterback . . . good signal-caller . . . threw I9 posses and completed 9 passes for I39 yards . . . l75 pounds . . . 5-l0 . . . dependable man . . . Joe Zalupski . . . hails from Conemaugh, Pa. . . . had his share of injuries during season play for Spartans . . . co-captain . . . letterman . . . hustling guard . . . 5-10 . . . l95 pounds . , . made it rough for opposition to go over right guard position , . . with Joe leaving due to grad- uation both guard positions are wide open . . . The Seniors hang "em" up after the last practice. II955 Spartan squad M LOU GIACOBBE End RON OSLER End JIM MAYO End BILL SEFCIK End 'DICK HARTE End JOE KNIGHT End JERRY STRICKLAND End CHARLES DOWNIE End JOHN WILSON Tackle NELLO RIMOLDI Tackle BOB LOVELY Tackle PAUL McCAULEY Tackle FRED SLOAN Guard MARIO MAFFEO Guard ANDY LEONSKY Guard ED DURAY Guard MIKE CESARIO Guard WALT BEMBRY Guard HENRY GARCIA Guard TED GREENE Center JOE ONDERKO Center ALAN RECE Center MIKE SKAROULIS Quarterback BILL MINAHAN Quarterback JACK HANNA Halfback FRED CHICADO Hallback PAUL DAVIS Halfback JIM MARSHALL Hallback KEN NUZNOFF Halfback BILL NUZNOFF Hallback BOB GAMBRELL Fullback AL LEATHERS Fullback TOM SPACK Fullback RE'D MANSELL Trainer PHIL ROTOLO Manager basketball m games st 87 Spartan cagers A member of the newly formed Florida Inter- collegiate Basketball Conference, Tampa, de- spite compiling a 2-l8 record, managed to gar- ner the two wins in the Conference. One of the bright spots in the Spartan lineup was the play of Howie Bernstein, one of the Ieoding scorers in the state, who hit for 42l points on l69 field goals and 83 foul shots averaging 2l.5 points per game. Other standouts were Wiley Cairns, Bill Bosworth, and Lou O'Bresly on rebounding with Gene Peeples and Bobby Bryan outstanding as play-makers. Prospects for i955-56 are bright with all men returning. COACH SAM BAILEY heads cagers RESERVES: Joe Cardinaleg Eddie Radiceg Gene Peeples, Dave Janusik, Hector Alcudeg John Herrick, Charlie Downie. 88 Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa 40 57 60 61 62 49 62 61 65 59 76 89 55 79 70 72 52 59 89 81 Bartow AFB 50 Fla. Southern 67 Ga. Teachers 82 Florida 68 FSU 90 Pinecastle AFB 65 Rollins 75 FSU 96 Miami lO.l 81 Fla. Southern 56 Miami CFla.J 103 Stetson 78 Ga. Teachers 108 Mercer 110 Troy State 73 Troy State 77 Pittsburgh 92 Stetson 75 Miami CFla.D 105 Rollins 92 The rebound twins, Wiley Cairns and Bill Bosworth, go high against Miami of Ohio. Howie Bernstein pops one in against the Troy Red Wave ' 'Z :iifiei w sm 1 Q ,M :. . 'Q LOU O,BRESLY Hitting the hoop for two points in the Fmwmd Rollins game. Games Fg Fs Total Ave. ll 42 I5 99 9.0 Stetson defenders try to stop Gene Peeples on a Howie readies to sink a jump shot while During halftime in a couple ot games driving layup shot. Pinecastle players scatter. playground teams played. 92 women Spartan cagers The Women's Varsity Basketball Team, led by Shirley Keene, who averaged 19.4 points per game, were champions in the Business Women's League with a 3-1 record. ln other games, they dropped a game to the R.l-l. Hall girls, former Florida State Champions, by a 66-41 score and were beaten by one of the strongest college girls' teams in the nation, Rollins College. Other high point average holders were Joan Strauman, l9.8 per? and Penny Hancock, 17.2 perl. Next year the team will be still stronger, not losing any players due to graduation. TAMPA 34 NURSES 35 TAMPA 21 FIRST BAPTIST 18 TAMPA 60 NURSES 41 TAMPA 41 R.H. HALL 66 TAMPA 15 ROLLINS 48 TAMPA 49 NURSES 31 lchampionshipl Coach Daphne Meyers gives the girls a pep talk during a time-out. SQUAD: Yvonne Weatherfordg Shirlee Corlissg B. G. Darrowj Shirley Keene, Joan Straumang Penny Hancock: Shirley Tucker. SHIRLEY KEENE Center RIGHT: Shirley Keene and Penny rebound against the Nurses while Shirley Tucker awaifs a pass. PENNY HANCOCK Forward . , i SHIRLEY TUCKER Forward F i ABOVE: Trying to snare ci rebound for the Spartans are Shirley Keene and Shirley Tucker in a Nurses game. TOP LEFT: Joan Straumun Qguardl. CENTER LEFT: B. G. Darrow Cguardb, LOWER LEFT: Yvonne Weatherford fguardi. BELOW: Shirlee Corliss fguardj. shells schedule CPBW Spartan crewmen Coach Bill Stalnaker's l955 edition of the Spartan Crew includes five varsity men: Dale Nabors, Charlie Meyer, Herb Voter, Ronnie Pinner and John Alfano. Leading candidates from the JV squad were Larry Mason, Dick Chatlos, Frank Schabert, Bob Newman, Art Blau and Joe Hewlett. in l954, the Spartans finished fifth in the Dad Vail Regatta competing against the finest small college crews in the nation. This year, the crew, with added experience, should be a strong contender as one of the finest crews in the national small college class. Coach Bill Strzlnaker led the Spartan Crewmen VARSITY SHELL: Herb Voter, Ronnie Pinner, Frank Schubert, ChurIieMeyerg Richard Chatlosp Larry Mason, John Alfanog Dale Nubors with Coxswuin Jerry Voye. SCHEDULE Founders Day Regatta Cal .... Amherst Chl ....... American lnternational Chl . . Florida Southern Chl .... Rollins Chl ...... State Championship Cal . Dad Vail Regatta Cal . RIGHT: Herb Vater, l954 Captain, readies his seat: CENTER: The Varsity Crew ready to shove oft. LOWER: Underway. March March . April . April . April . May . May 4 28 5 I6 25 7 14 fi i"Ems2H1 nW1If , WZ 3 N -me .....ef future varsit The Junior Varsity Crew is expected to race in Hve rneets Hns year opening with the varsity on March 4. Many new faces are among the 2nd squad includ- ing: Nick Nichols, Stan Cocker, Dick Hoskins, Don Felts, Bob McGrath, Gene Pyle, John Holland and Coxswain Thomas Enos. Last year's JV Crew finished 2nd in all five races with this year's oarsmen expected to improve on that fine record. JUNIOR VARSITY SHELL: Bob McGrath, Art Blau, Gene Coker with coxswain Thomas Enos in front. E i 3 i i . 2 El S 5 5 1 i i 5 3 ABOVE: Under the watchful eye of the Coxswain, the Junior Varsity Crew lowers away. Pyle, John Holland, Nick Nichols, Bob Newman, Joe Hewlett, Dick Hoskins, Stan 100 SCHEDULE Founders Day Regatta Kal . . . . March 4 Amherst Chl .... . . March 28 Florida Southern lhl. . . .April I6 Rollins Chl ...... . .April 25 State Championship Kal . . . May 7 RIGHT: Manager Jerry Conte readies one of the shells before a practice session. CENTER1 The Junior Varsity Crew underway. LOWER: Another shot of the Varsity Crew cutting through the water. intramura S teams action statistics champions i v 81 S l men'S intramurals ABOVE: Ben Scherer gives some pre-game instructions to the football officials. Around 7519 of the male students in the University participate in the intramural ath- letic program. Intramurals offer students, who are unable to play varsity sports, an op- portunity to be active in sports here on campus. The RNDS running a power play in the game with the ACE CLUB. ABOVE: Miller Adams, Directorg Ben Scherer, lnstructor of Physical Education. SPEs set up a pass play against the SKNs 103 ACE CLUB: Front Row, Left to Right: Bill Nuznoffg Don Pearceg Tony Bellog Art Savoieg Ken Nuznoff. Second Row: Bob Ashburng Dick Shawverg Larry Howellg Curtis Crofton. INDEPENDENTS: Front Row, Left to Right: Bob Perdomog Joe Grecoj Tony Scionti. Second Row: John Alfanog David Hernandezg Joe Cardinale. RHO NU DELTA: Front Row, Left to Right: Epifanio Mon- iscalog Manuel Lobatog Andrew Ynesj Mike Menendez. Second Row: Jerry Conte: Phillip Letop Ernest Ursog An- drew Marcusg Joe Souto. Third Row: Bob Delibertisg Hank DiStefanog Lionel Polog Ross Ursog Mario Sanchez, Jr.g Joe Greco. Fourth Row: Cesar Bodeg William Thomas. SIGMA KAPPA NU: Front Row, Left to Right: Stan Hines: Dale Naborsg Dave Eaganp Herb Vaterg Ray Wagner. Sec! ond Row: Tom Mizelleg Dave Janasikg Dean Goldsmithg Doyle Harperg Bill Bosworthg George Grantg Clint Meadows. SIGMA PHl EPSILON: Front Row, Left to Right: Charlie Meyer: Bob Hutchison: Walt Minahang Bill Marzolfj Bill Sams. Second Row: Al Howell: Mickey Payneg Frank Scha- bertg Paul Neuman: Sam Reina: John Holland: Dick Matt- hews. TAU KAPPA EPSILON: Front Row, Left to Right: Bob Eus- tace: Jesse Diaz: Pete Labruzzoj Joe Fernandez: Charlie Archibald. Second Row: Bernard Grey: Nick Vega: Celis- tino Fernandez: Bill Taylor: Joe Cutroj Silvio Alvarez: 'Dick Hoskins. TAU OMEGA: Front Row, Left to Right: Phil Rotolog Rod Mansellg Jerry Cuervog George Card. Second Row: Nick Waytovichg Mario Maffeog Ted Greene: Bill Sefcikg Reggie Colvardg Ernest Russellg Bill Minahan. RIGHT: The football champions on an end run LEFT: The basketball champs, ACE CLUB, in game with SKNS. Mmw ma Q e RHO NU DELTA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS: Line, Left to Right: Andrew Ynes, Lionel Polo, Hank Distefanog Mike Menendezg Bob Delibertis, Andrew Marcus Backfield: Ernest Ursop Manuel Lobato, Philip Lefo, William Thomas, Jerry Conte, Coach. intramural 1: ampions TAU KAPPA EPSILON TAU OMEGA Nw-uf? LEFT: Joe Cooper, HORSESHOES. RIGHT: .lim Mathis, HANDBALL. program Football Handball Horseshoes Table Tennis Badminton Wrestling Basketball Archery Foul Shooting Volleyball Fencing Tennis Softball Skish Golf Track Bowling Swimming Under the direction of Miller Adams, the Intramural Pro- gram lfmas grown until today it includes I8 different sports for the University student at Tampa. Ben Scherer, former Student Assistant, returned to Tampa University after acquiring his Master's Degree and is now directing during participation. All fraternities, pledges of fraternities, and independent groups are eligible to take part in intramurals. SIGMA PHI EPSILON ABOVE: Bob Hutchison, PING PONG ACE CLUB BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS: Left to Right: Bill Nuznoffj Frank Scaglioneg Chuck Smith, Ronnie Pinner, Ken Nuznoff. I statistics FOOTBALL: Won Lost Tied Perc. Rho Nu Delta . . . . 6 0 0 1.000 Ace Club .... . . 4 1 1 .817 Sigma Phi Epsilon . . .3 2 1 .633 Sigma Kappa Nu . . . 2 3 1 .417 Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . . 2 3 1 .417 Independents . . . . 1 3 2 .375 Tau Omega . . . .0 6 0 .000 SCORING: CTOP TEND Td Pat Total Leto CRho Nu Deltal . . . . 8 0 48 Ashburn CAce Clubl .... . . 7 2 44 Bosworth CSigma Kappa Nul . . . . 5 1 31 Bello fAce Clubl ..... . . 2 1 13 Urso CRho Nu Deltal . . . . . 2 0 12 Reina tSigma Phi Epsilonl . . .... 1 2 8 Pinner CAce Clubj .......... 1 1 7 Menendez fRho Nu Deltalg Yvars Clnd.lg DiStefano fRho Nu Deltalg Greco fRho Nu Deltalj Hutchison CSigma Phi Epsilonlp Alfano Clndjj Perdomo Clndjg Goldsmith CSig- ma Kappa Nulg Howell CSigma Phi Epsilonlg Lobato CRho Nu Deltalg Mangrum fTau Kappa Epsilonlg Felentzer CSigma Kappa Nul tied at 1 Td each. BASKETBALL: Ace Club .... Sigma Kappa Nu . . Tau Omega . . Rho Nu Delta . Independents . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . Tau Kappa Epsilon . SCORING: CTOP TENJ Smith lAce Clubl . . . Colvard CTau Omegal . . . Kelley Clndependentl .... Mosher CSigma Kappa Nul . . Nuznoff, K. tAce Clubl . . Souto CRho Nu Deltal . . . Minahan, B. fTau Omegal . . Skaroulis fAce Clubl .... Goldsmith KSigma Kappa Nul Archibald CTau Kappa Epsilonl Won Lost . 6 0 . 5 1 . 4 2 . 3 3 . 2 4 . 1 5 . 0 6 Pts. ...99 ...85 ...80 ...59 ...54 ...53 ...50 ...49 ...48 ......42 Perc. 1.000 .833 .667 .500 .333 .167 .000 Ave. 16.5 17.0 13.2 9.8 9.0 8.8 8.3 12.3 9.6 7.0 womengs intramura The University has an extensive intramural sports program for the women attending. Among the athletic activities are volleyball, basketball, bowling, tennis, badminton, pingpong, archery, soft- ball, golf and swimming. All women students who participate in one in- tramural sport or club activity are active members of the Women's Athletic Association. Mrs. Daphne Yvars, with the assistance of Mercedes Fernandez, in her first year at the Uni- versity has organized a well-rounded intramural program. ABOVE: Daphne Yvars, Director and Mercedes Fernandez, Student Assistant. RIGHT AND BELOW: The INDEPEN- DENTS and DELTA ZETAS in action during Intramural Basketball game. ALPHA CHI OMEGA: Kneeling, Left to Right: Joan Hickey: Doris Cothern, Mickey Bailey. Standing: Eleanor Ebsary, Diane Achenbach: Nanette Nivens. DELTA ZETA: Kneeling, Left to Right: Flo Benitez, Sylvia Garcia, Mary Scanio. Standing: Diane Kushmore, Carmen Wright, .lean Whyte: Gordon Ann Sumner, Martha Menendez: Peggy Garcia, Vilma Fernandez. INDEPENDENTS: Kneeling, Left to Right: Shirley Tucker: Louise Pedrinang Joan Strauman. Standing: B. G. Darrow: lora Weary, Barbara Robles, Shirlee Corliss, Shirley Keene: Iris Delgado, Eleanor Mayo, Inez Garcia. ZETA TAU ALPHA: Kneeling, Left to Right: Jackie Fitzgib- bons, Nancy Persbacker: Janet Addison. Standing: Barbara Whitley, Mickey Rumoreg Mary Lou Roos: Alice Ortabello, Rosie Durand, Virginia Spayde. champions RIGHT: The INDEPENDENT Champion Bowling Team: Left to Right: Barbara Roblesg B. G. Darrowg Joan Straumang Shirley Tucker. CENTER: The INDEPENDENT Champion Volleyball Team: Front Row, Left to Right: Shirley Tuckerg B. G. Darrow, Joan Strauman. Middle Row: Barbara Roblesg Shirley Keeneg Iris Delgado. Back Row: Inez Garciag Shirlee Corlissj Louise Ped- rinan. LOWER: The INDEPENDENT Champion Basketball Team: lnez Garciag Barbara Roblesp Shirlee Corlissg B. G. Darrowg Shirley Keencg Joan Straumang Penny Hancockg Shirley Tucker. T HE UNIVERSITY of Tampa offers to the stu- dent, who can qualify, five social fraternities and four sororities. Students in college who prove their leader- ship do not go without recognition. There are honoraries which reward those who excel in vari- ous fields while ion this campus. The token of acknowledgement may be a shining key, an in- tricate pin, or a dignified certificate. What- ever the symbol, it signifies a student who has excelled in some phase of college life. Most of the fields of study offer a club from which you gain information important to you, both in college and after you have graduated. our 0 gani atiolw greeks llonoraries organizations religious groups residences "2 kwa 'S :sm if gm .. .,....:.:.:,..:.:.:.:,. . f i, Mk:sQ.- . 121352555 1 gpg we :mga si' ffii ii f2l'w ,1- gg 3555 393 if .1 Q 'T R .... wg 2,3 ? :E .1- :xiii- Q' ' ' ' gzsskggiggg M4 if gr gziiggiigfgggq ggfifii? ,255 Vgiwfmzsf Ms waxes- 'Q . ,gg NSS, fqgosigb wf M,W.1ffWA is .ii?53zEf?'Eig ,H wa fam: vgifoazpzfiii 43955155 5 xg 'S PM ws K ?""Q. ,q,,,, u W. 4 4 ,':' WMXH , Q ' 2 1 is F fx I iffy: K r my -'V , lv . 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Standing: Dean Boyd Burnside, Faculty Advisory Charles Nundy, lSPEig Nick Vega, lTKEJg Mike Menendez, CRNDJQ Jean Whyte, CDD, Clint Meadows, lSKNJ, Carmen Wright, lDZDg Carolyn Turner, CZTAJQ Bob Boyd, fSPEJg ldamary Casey, lSSSJg Jim Mathis, KTOJ, Nanette Nivens, KACOD, Nick Waytovich, KTOD5 Vince Tata, CRNDJQ Dean Lucile King, Faculty Advisor. inter-fraternit 61 sororit council Fraternity and Sorority members attended the lst annual Winter Frolics sponsored by the Council. ,GMES The INTER-FRATERNITY AND SORORITY COUNClL promotes equity and justice and cre- ates a spirit ot amity between the Greek-letter organizations on our campus. The Council held the lst annual WINTER FROLICS dance, sponsored an IF AND SC ALUM- Nl REUNION danceg pushed the participation of its members in the Homecoming skits, aided the Student Senate during Homecoming: helped in the March ot Dimes drive, and aided other worthy student causes. NATIONAL PAN-HELLENlC COUNCIL: Seated, Left to Right: Rosie Durand, lZTAJ, Eleanor Ebsary, KACOJ, President, Dean Lucile King, Dean of Women,' Jean Whyte, KDZD, Secretary, Barbara Reisclimann, KSSSJ. Standing: Nancy Trousdale, CACODQ Nanette Nivens, CACOJ, Joy Ellis, lSSSl, Carolyn Turner, lZTAJg Barbara Whitley, CZTAD. national anhellenic council The NATIONAL PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL strives toward keeping sorority relationships on a high level, fur- thering intellectual and sound scholarship, maintaining high social standards and to govern the rushing, pledging and initiating of sororities on campus. This year, the Council was very busy with parties, teas and the annual assembly for future sorority members. The Pan-Hellenic Council lent its support to many worthy causes, among them being the March of Dimes. The group can proudly boast of having all five member sororities being affiliated with a national sorority. Dancing at the IF 81 SC. 116 INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL: Seated, Left to Right: Charles Nundy, ISPEI, George Grant, CSKNJ, Secretary, Charles Archibald, ITKED, Pres- ident, Nick Waytovich, CTOD. Standing: Dean Boyd Burnside, Dean of Men, Nick Vega, fTKEJg Mike Menendez, KRNDJ, Clint Meadows, ISKNJ, Bob Boyd, CSPEJ, Jim Mathis, CTOJj Vince Tata, CRNDJ. inter-fraternity council Alumni Reunion Dance. The INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL inaugurated new rules of rushing and pledging, These rules were placed in the first INTER-FRATERNITY MANUAL at the University. An assembly was held at the beginning of each semes- ter before rushing. Interested men at the University were invited to attend to be briefed onthe new rules. The Council aided in the March of Dimes, parking during the Junior Gasparilla Coronation and other projects. Betterment of relations between the fraternities and a coordination of fraternity affairs are the aims ofthe INTER- FRATERNITY COUNCIL. 117 'lllliglllll' SN RN I glllllliigilllllll H 1 P ll 3 ff ll 1 0 H1 0 g H "Sh. . . Boom" ClVlC Modern form gals adorn the AXO float. Dancing in the "Jungle Room." gamma pi . . . IQS4 Honors for i954-55 were many for the Alpha Chis as tour of their members were voted into Who's Who: Eleanor Ebsary, Sally Wolfe, Joan Hickey and Joyce Newell. Eleanor Ebsary, Sally Wolfe and Joan Hickey are among the Senior Class Notables with Eleanor and .loan being named to the Hall of Fame. Eleanor also received the Nash Higgins Schol- arship Bracelet, for having the highest scho- lastic average in the sorority. Socially, the sorority had its annual Thanks- giving Banquet and a "Jungle Room" dance with the TKES as co-sponsors. During Home- coming, the sorority presented a skit, "Sh- Boom" and had two of its members named sponsors of the SKNS Christmas dance. Eleanor Ebsary and Kay Clements. ofhcers eleanorebsary . . ....... PRESIDENT sally wolfe . . . . . . VICE-PRESIDENT joyce newell . . . . ZND VICE-PRESIDENT joan hickey . ..... SECRETARY doris cothern . . . . RECORD. SECRETARY jerry davis . . . .... TREASURER mrs. daphne yvars . . . FACULTY ADVISOR membem First Row: Sally Wolfe, Eleanor Ebsary, Joan Hickey. Second Row: Helen Powell, Martha Thrailkill. Third Row: .lo Cox, Doris Cothern, Mary Fink. Fourth Row: Diane Achenbach, Beverly Scolaro, Kay Clements. Fifth Row: Patti Bishop, Mar- ilyn Sollish, Doreen Ross. Sixth Row: Mickey Bailey, Jerry Davis. Nd if M Hifi Q 1? E if I QF '1 5 aff R5 WEEE? The cherished sorority float trophy, my Y "Come to the Mardi Gras." Homecoming Queen of '53 smilingly abdicates. 120 delta Zeta delta heta . . . 1954 The DZS started the school year oft right by winning the sorority trophy for the outstand- ing float at Homecoming. Peggy Garcia re- ceived the honor of being among the beauties in the Homecoming Court and with Vilma Fernandez, was a maid in Miss Moroccan's Court. Jean Whyte, President of the sorority, was also secretary of the National Pan-Hellenic Council. The Delta Zeta "Mardi Gras" Ball was o tremendous success on the social calendar. Martha Menendez, Vilma Fernandez and Peggy Garcia were members ot the Spartan Dancerettes. The Delta Zetas enjoyed a fine tirst year as a chapter ot a national sorority. officers . . . . PRESIDENT . .VICE-PRESIDENT nancy d'amato . . ...... SECRETARY martha menendez . . . CORRESP. SECRETARY louise erk .... ..... T REASURER . FACULTY ADVISOR jean whyte . . . diane kushmore . miss gloria runton . . members First Row: Diane Kushmore, Jean Whyte, Peggy Garcia. Sec- ond Row: Martha Menendez, Louise Erk, Nancy D'Amato. Third Row: Carmen Wright, Vilma Fernandez, Gordon Ann Sumner. Fourth Row: Sylvia Garcia, Faye Townsend. Fifth Row: Mary Scanio, Flo Benitez. ,rf vp ww w- 'lam M gg , Spf-f M f,Q,, , ,S N .- W awww :- 1 M .awww W WWWWMM ao? ,g b si ma si ma si ma 1 1. . x sv .. .X Q6 V . g "Here comes the Tri-Sigmas float." The Alumni and present members get-together during Home- coming. Another view of the attractive Tri-Sigmas Homecoming float. 6eta Aigma . . . 1953 The Tri-Sigmas started their school year off with a very different type dance-"Golddig- gers Ball"-where the male is the honored guest of the girl. During the football games, the sorority set up a booth and sold corsages and button-hole flowers, made of school color ribbon, to Spar- tan followers. Reaping the success of this venture, the girls held their annual Christmas Party for the handicapped children of Boy- shore school. Barbara Reischmann, President of Sigma Sigma Sigma, served as Treasurer of the Inter- Fraternity and Sorority Council. "Success" was a byword with the Tri-Sigmas during i954-55. officers barbara reischmann . . . . PRESIDENT idamary casey . . . . . VICE-PRESIDENT Ialah tims . . CORRESP. SECRETARY lyla thisse . . . . RECORD. SECRETARY sylvia graves. . ..... TREASURER mrs. johnnie pate . . . . FACULTY ADVISOR members First Row: Lyla Thisse, Joy Ellis. Second Row: Idamury Casey, Barbara Reischmann. Third Row: Mrs. Johnnie Pate. Z ? ai ff 1 537 and What 'cute' bunny rabbits. At the Spook Stomp. is An outstanding leader. I kg zeta tau alpha 4' 4: gamma Aigma . . . 1952 During Halloween time, the Zetas held their annual "Spook Stomp" with everyone having a creepy good time. The sorority had the dis- tinction of having the Homecoming Queen of l954 as a member: Jackie Fitzgibbons. Rosie Durand was named to Who's Who and along with Janet Addison was a Senior Notable. One of the members of the cheerleaders was Barbara Whitley. Rosie Durand was sec- retary of the Inter-Fraternity and Sorority Council. Bolstering the Moroccan staff were Carolyn Turner, Joyce Curry and Barbara Whitley. Active in many phases of campus life were the Zeta Tau Alphas. officers rosie durand . . . . . PRESIDENT janet addison . . . . VICE-PRESIDENT carolyn turner . . . . SECRETARY jackie fitzgibbons . . . . TREASURER nancy persbacker ........ HISTORIAN miss charlotte ann thompson FACULTY ADVISOR members First Row: Carolyn Turner, Janet Addison, Nancy Persbucker, Jackie Fitzgibbons, Rosie Durand, Barbara Whitley. Second Row: Virginia Spayde, Ann Cagno, Mary Lou Roos, Alice Or- tabello. Third Row: Sarah Jean Strange, Mickey Rumore, Joyce Curry, Frances Savarino. gm' 'FD 533' 0 va QOQSLD h Q 1' 0 nu delta Winners of the big one-overall float trophy. Jitterbugging at the script dance. v Rho Nu Delta Maid of Homecoming escorted by a member of the fraternity at the President's reception. 126 ounded . . . 1935 The Rho Nus script dance, held after the Stetson game, as in past years was a success. During Homecoming, the fraternity won the distinctive overall float trophy. Miss Peggy Garcia, sponsored by the Rho Nus, served in both the Homecoming and the Moroccan Court. The annual banquet, held at the Columbia Restaurant, served as a time for formal initi- ation for new members. After the first semes- ter, new officers were installed with the orig- inal officers being Mike Menendez, President, Manuel Lobato, Vice-President, Mario San- chez, Jr., Secretary and Robert Moctezuma, Treasurer. The l954-55 year spelled another year of growth for the Rho Nu Deltas. officers ernest segundo . . . . PRESIDENT manuel lobato . . . VICE-PRESIDENT mario sanchez, jr. . . . SECRETARY henry distefano . . . TREASURER robert delibertis . ..... CHAPLAl'N mario sanchez, jr. . . PARLIAMENTARIAN . . . SGT. AT ARMS dr. james covington . . . FACULTY ADVISOR ernest urso .... members First Row: Ernest Urso, Mario Sanchez, Jr., Mike Menendez, Manuel Lobato, Ernest Segundo. Second Row: William Val- espino, Roland Acosta, Philip Leto, Epifanio Maniscalo, Ar- mando Gonzalez. Third Row: Andy Marcus, Henry DiStefano, Jerry Conte, Joe Souto, Vince Tata. Fourth Row: William Thomas, Pete Albano, Celestino Miranda, Cesar Bode, Lionel Polo. Fifth Row: Dr. James Covington, Andrew Ynes, Bob Delibertis, Ross Urso. ,au 40 'M fx. y '21 T127 1 , V8 if? M H: if Q' M95 , wh V-ww ei' fel lf. xf 'c',4:7Z . Sl ma kappa nu mlm "Go, Liber, go." New W5 WDW Beauty adorned the SKN float. Smooth danci - ng at the Christmas Dance. vunded. . . 1933 During the i954-55 year, the SKNs had the following members elected to the Student Sen- ate: Jim Berfield, Clint Meadows, Mike Capi- tano, Dean Goldsmith, George Grant and Rey Yvars. Jim was Student Body President for the past school year. The Who's Who ranks were swelled with the additions of Jim Ber- field, Dean Goldsmith, George Grant, and Mike Copitano. Class Notables included Jim Berfield, Mike Capitano, Dean Goldsmith, George Grant and Clint Meadows. Mike Capi- tano was elected Junior Rotarian and George Grant was Vice-President of the IFESSC. The SKNS held their onnual Christmas Dance, a closed affair, and the annual SKN Daughters were honored. Bud Fisher and Mike Capitano served on the Moroccan staff. This was a year for high honors for the SKNS. officers clint meadows . . . . PRESIDENT gilbert leeper . . . . VICE-PRESIDENT mike capitano . . . . SECRETARY jess davis . . .... TREASURER dr. h. g. baker . . FACULTY ADVISOR members First Row: Mike Capitano, Gilbert Leeper, Clint Meadows, Jess Davis. Second Row: Tom English, Herb Voter, Jim Met- calf, Ray Wagner, Bud Fisher. Fourth Row: Doyle Harper, Joe Hewlett, Dale Nabors, Tom Mizelle, Kip Felentzer. Fourth Row: B. J. Brown, James Caravella, Jim Mayo, Dave Eagan, Ronald Dristle, Rey Yvars. Fifth Row: Manuel Linares, John Stabile, George Grant, Dave Janasik, Jim Berfield. Sixth Row: Dr. H. G. Baker, Arthur Tidwell, Dean Goldsmith, John Don- nelly, Ed Van Horn, AI De Shong. ,lv Wi Q00 V df" A isis, "Beauty with a minaret background." "Time out, at the 'Bowery Brawl'." 1124? sz, ., The Sig Ep House. o si ma phi epsilon florida Zeta . . . i953 The l5th annual "Bowery Brawl" was held with outstanding success and the Dr. Laub award for the 'most unique' costume went to Peggy Garcia and Bob Boyd. A delegation from the Florida Southern chapter attended the dance. Sig Eps held their lst annual "Queen of Hearts" Dance in February with an open invi- tation to all Greek organizations. Mary Jo Capitano, sponsored by the Sig Eps, was elected to the l954 Homecoming Court. The social calendar was heavy for the national fraternity with twelve closed parties being held for its members and alumni, robert boyd . . . . . PRESIDENT william sams . . VICE-PRESIDENT william marzolf . COMPTROLLER paul neuman . . SECRETARY joe higdon . . . . . HISTORIAN dr. j. ryan beiser members FACULTY ADVISOR First Row: Ed Cunningham. Second Row: Walt Minahan, Paul Neuman, Bob Boyd, Joe Higdon, Bill Marzolf. Third Row: Bryan Webb, Dick Cole, Bob Hutchison, Charles Meyers, Lee Pontenberg. Fourth Row: Al Worley, Frank Schubert, Carl Boyd, Mickey Payne, Charles Nundy. Fifth Row: Bob Taatfe, Sam Reina, Al Howell, Steve Santa Cruz, Ed Burns, Dick Matthews. Sixth Row: Dr. J. Ryan Beiser, Stan Crockett, Art Blau, Joe Thury, John Holland, Chuck Koch, Vince Berastigue. S -2 we 5, , , fjyw' HAZ , y M Q, Q wr - if , ,,JW.,- Y , ,W ,SN Q ,you-me A ,K Sag, Q Q Q3 vig, I 9 'ggpqzix V II li C M! vvv tau kappa epsilon "Give him the works, Doc." TKE pledges leave their signatures. colonqed . . . 1954 The Tau Kappa Epsilon colony, Pi Phi Omega, was established in September. The first social affair was a joint venture with the AXO sorority--the "Jungle Room" dance. The co-sponsored dance proved to be a successful coalition. Bob Eustace and Charles Archibald were elected to Who's Who and Bob was also namecl to the Hall of Fame. Bernard Shufelt and Charles Archibald served as editors of the school publications. Nick Vega, Silvio Alvarez and Jack Caplinger served on the school pub- lications. Charles Archibald was a member of the Student Senate and President of the IFSCSC and the IFC. The fraternity expects to be initiated in the near future as a chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon. jim pavlakis . . jack caplinger . . bill taylor . . . charles archibald nick vega . . . silvio alvarez . pete labruzzo . , bernard shufelt . mr. harold carmony . . . PRESIDENT . VICE-PRESIDENT . . SECRETARY . . TREASURER . . . .HISTORIAN PLEDGE CAPTAIN . SGT. AT ARMS . . . .CHAPLAIN FACULTY ADVISOR members First Row: Bernard Shufelt. Second Row: Jim Pavlakis, Jack Caplinger, Bill Taylor, Charles Archibald. Third Row: Nick Nichols, Nick Vega, Silvio Alvarez, Bob Eustace. Fourth Row: Harold Peverelle, Joe Cutro, Joe Fernandez, Joe Barry. Fifth Row: Mr. Harold Carmony, Doc Coutcher, Pete Labruzzo, Jesse Diaz. vm I is J, i X I J, T-XXX, A EWS ff-3--' Q The Candlelight Dance. tall omega ounded . . . 1936 Tau Omega had the honor of sponsoring the Homecoming Queen of l954, Miss Jackie Fitzgibbons. Another honor bestowed on the frat during Homecoming was the winning of the Fraternity Float Trophy. The "Candle- light Dance" was held during the football season, and the closed affair was a fine suc- cess. Nick Waytovich was named to the Hall of Fame and with Joe Zalupski received honors as Senior Notables. Joe was a member of Who's Who among the Seniors, The TOS hold the distinction of having eleven members on the football squad. This certainly was a banner year for the Tau Omegas. officers nick waytovich . ........ PRESIDENT al leathers . . . . VICE-PRESIDENT sanford mansell . . . . SECRETARY joseph zalupski . . ..... TREASURER mr. leo o'hare . . . . FACULTY ADVISOR members First Row: David Boyd. Second Row: Nick Waytovich, Red Mansell, Joe Zalupski, Reggie Colvard. Third Row: Bob Sud- luk, Tom King, Jim Mathis, Tom Sais. Fourth Row: Mario Maffeo, Jerry Cuervo, George Card. Fifth Row: Mr. Leo O'Hure, Ernest Russell, Bill Sefcik, Ted Greene. i 3 ima ,, 2 igxik F md' 1 2 if Q -I HZ I 5 3 if Seated: Vince Tata, Secretary-Treasurer, Warren Haasl. Standing, Left to Right: Alonzo Turner, President: Mr. Lyman Wiltse, Advisor, Harold Davis: Paul Tomasino, John Graham, James Crosby, Vice-President, Eugene Stivender. appa kappa si The honorary band fraternity on campus is basing membership are musical ability, scholarship, Kappa Kappa Psi with direct affiliation with the and participation in the band. national fraternity. The three main factors for kappa pi Second-year art majors, in good standing, are Boasting the finest artists in the University, the eligible for invitation to membership in the Alpha group holds several exhibitions every year. Alpha Theta chapter of the national art fraternity, Seated: Joyce Curry: Prof. Norman Borchardt, Advisor: Rexford Smith, Vice-President: Richard Reece, President: Dr. Frederick Schubart, Sec.- Treas.,' Frances Cuscadeng Justine Pullara. Standing: Bill York, Bob Eustaceg Sue Shaffer, Carol King, Sally Wolfe, Peggy Garcia: Mildred Bates: Dorothy Kennedy, Juanita Horn: Manuel Hernandezg visiting Kappa Pi from Florida Southern. si ma alpha iota Sigma Alpha lota, the Beta Sigma Chapter of the national music fra- ternity for women, bases its mem- bership on musical ability, scholar- ship, and participation in the musi- cal organizations on campus. The contemporary aim ot the so- ciety is to further music apprecia- tion among students. Left to Right: Audrey Burger, Secretaryj Mrs. Lyman Wiltse, Advisory Mrs. Ursula Hacsij Paul- ine Bransford, Vice-Presidentg Mary Malcolm' Ann Aulick, President. 1 pi delta epsilon Students who have made excep- tional contributions to the tield of under-graduate journalism and ra- dio are honored by Pi Delta Epsilon, the national journalism fraternity. The annual FOUNDERS' DAY BAN- QUET is held to honor members and initiate pledges. Front Row: Doris Duryea, President, Mike Capi- tano, Vice-Presidentj Jocelyn Cooper, 2nd Vice- Presidentg Pat Dalsheimer, 3rd Vice-Presidentg Bruce Atkins, Secretaryj Ted Richardig Nancy Trousdalej Mr. Franklin Moody, Bryan Webbj Mrs. Howard G. Baker, Chapter Mother. Back Row: Bernard Shufeltg Becky Brockmanj Joyce Newell, Isabelle Lordg Mr. Alyan McFadyeng Charles Archibaldg Dr. Howard G. Baker, Advisor. Front Row, Left to Right: Austin Coker, Bobby Ashburn, Secretary, Art Savoie, Treasurerg Bob Perdomo, Ken Nuznoff, Vice-President. Back Row: Bruce Dobbs, Ronnie Pinner, Al Safersteing Ed Radiceg Larry Howell, Karl Miller. acc club The promotion of intramural sports and social better the University and selects new members activities for male students is the primary purpose through its own membership. at the Ace Club. The club strives to publicize and american chemical society In order to afford the students of chemistry an professional spirit and pride in chemistry, the UNI- opportunity to secure experience in preparing and VERSITY CHAPTER OF STUDENT AFFILIATES OF presenting technical, chemical material, to foster a THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY was formed. Front Row, Left to Right: Paul Proctor, Jim Osborn, Mickey Payne, Presidentj Margaret Miller, Secretaryg Edward Kresge, Vice-President. Back Row: Dr. Sanford Siegel, Advisor, Mercedes Moctezuma, Richmond Beam, John Pollock, Nick Nichols. -cp 3 Kneeling, Left to Right: Mike Capitano, Reporterj Jimmy Clesi, Secretnryj Don Busselle, Presidentj Jack Lamb, Vice-Presidentj Bob Brenner, Treasurer. Sitting: Camille Cappolinoj .loan Hickeyg Ann Cagno, Historianj Mickey Rumoreg Mary Ann Centinoro' 1 Pat Bullard, Historianj Fran lppolito. Standing: Rayetta Taylorg Julio Greenwoodj Nan Savarinog Shirley Goodingg Judy Gold- smithg Angela Alvarezg Dolores Rubiog June Spencerg Joyce Curryg Justine Pullara. Back Row: Bob Staffordg Joe Gonzalezg Maxwell Cobbeyg Joe Stollmayerj Don Hatfieldj Larry Wordeng Charles Nundy. Advisors are Dr. Cowen and Dr. Mohr. future teachers of america Affiliated with the NATIONAL EDUCATION ed with their profession as well as to have oppor- ASSOCIATION, the purpose of the FTA is to en- tunities for leadership. able the future teachers to become better acquaint- international relations panel This group, formed under the direction ot Dean enlightening organizations on the customs and King, strives to form a closer bond between foreign ways of their respective countries. and American people. The panel has toured Florida Sitting: Ernest Segundog Dean Lucile King, Advisor,' Carmen Wrightg Irvine Read, Standing: Ernest Jordong Celestino Fernandez. . 5 ki' Front Row, Left to Right: Penny Crull, Diane Bidwell, Diane Kushmore, Martha Thrailkill, Gwen Finney, Peggy Duato. Back Row: Bud Fisher Lois Church, Les Solomon, Joyce Ellis, Ernest Segundo, Joyce Newell. Mr. Eustacio Fernandez is Advisor for the group. lc ccrclc francais The purpose of this organization is to establish French and through the appreciation of and devel a feeling of good will between French and English opment of an interest in French culture. speaking persons through speaking and reading womcnis athletic association Membership is open to all women students on provide opportunities for participation and leader- campus with the purpose of the group being to pro- ship. mote interest in athletics, and recreation and to Front Row, Left to Right: Doris Cothern, B. G. Darrow, Nancy Persbacker, Treasurer, Diane Kushmore Vice-President' Eleanor Ebsary President Joan Strauman, Secretary, Janet Addison, Intramural Director, Vilma Fernandez, Publicity, Mary Finli. Second Row:IMiss Daphne Meyers, Ad: visor, Barbara Whitley, Carolyn Turner, Marian Griffin, Nanette Nivens, Peggy Duato, Mary Taylor, Penny Crull, Mary Lou Roos, Louise Ped- rinan, Alice Ortabello, Martha Menendez, Peggy Garcia, Sally Wolfe, Joy Ellis, Mabel Galbreath, 'Diane Achenbach. Back Row: Lois Church, Shirley Tucker, Virginia Spayde, Marilyn Sollish, Beverly Scalero, Shirley Keene, Barbara Reischmann. K E ,,,-pf, - ' - :u. Seated: Helen Powell, Publicity, Frances Cuscaden, Enlistment Vice-President, Bob Stafford, President, Mildred Denham, Devotional Vice-Presi- dent. Standing: Clyde Hall, Yvonne McCall, Charlie Nundy, Extension Director, Barbara Lumsden, Devotional Vice-President, Gus Ross, Pro- motional Director, Nanette Nivens, Music Director, Jackie Skipper, Social Vice-President, Ernest Segundo. baptist student union The aims of the BSU are to create church con- tions. Any student who attends a Baptist church sciousness among the students and to encourage can become a BSU member. students to take an active part in church organiza- methodist student union To provide spiritual, social, and recreational fa- church affiliations rnoy attend the fellowship meet- cilities for Methodist students was the purpose for ings. the organizing of the MSO. Students of various Seated: Judy Goldsmith, Social Chairman, Richard Johnston, Treasurer, Barbara Harding, Secretary, Glen Lamb, President, Mrs, Robbie Wooten, Advisor. Standing: Bud Fisher, Lamar Carlton, Lou Ann Carter, Dean Goldsmith, Pat Clark, Arthur Tidwell, Joyce Curry, Alan Beatty, Shirley Gooding, Rev. Pat McBride. Seated: Angie Fonte, Paul Tomasino, Mary Fletcher, Bob Stephenson, Treasurer, Bill Liptak, President, Bill York, Vice-President, Camille Cappolino, Mike Capitano, Rosemarie Rogers. Second Row: Carmelo Fonteg Bob Sadlak, Jack De Bolt, Joe Cutro, Inez Garcia, Mary Ann Cen- tinarog Joan Hickey, Rosie Hurley, ldamary Casey. Third Row: Pete York, Sam Round, Steve Santa Cruz, Joe Cory, Jan Johnson, Bob Eustace, Bill Deron, Valentine Greco, Carl Boyd. Father Laurence Murphy, C.Ss.R., is Chaplain for the group with Dr. Covington, Dr. Logue, and Dr. Beiser serving as Advisors. newman club The Newman Club offers religious, social and dents coordinate their religious life with their col- educational activities tor Catholic students on the Tampa campus. Through this group, Catholic stu- lege life. reli ion . . . a means of relaxation To deepen and strengthen the spiritual lives of students through prayer, worship, fellowship, and service . , . this is the major goal of all religious groups. Religion offers the student an opportunity to relax the mind and cultivate a closer under- standing ot his fellow man. ln order to become mature in all phases ot college life, a student must bring religion into his or her daily lite here at the University. 55 Front, Left to Right: Margaret Hillier, lwith baby, Shannonlg Helen Peck, lwith baby, Debralg Pauline Minahan, lwith baby, Carll, Shiela Greene, Dale Nuznoff, lwith baby, Marklg Peggy Gambrell, Jean Lovely, Johnnie Pate, Director, fwith nephew, Dannyl. Standing: Bob Hillier, Barbara Royal, Roy Royal, Ed Peck, Bill Minahan, Ted Greene, lwith baby, Markl, Ken Nuznoffg Bob Lovely. married dorm men's dorm Informal photo in Men's Dorm: Left to Right: Don Hatfield, Ronald Cinnamon, Celislino Fernandez.: Bernard Shufelt, Edson Meritt. M ' 3 f Ln - A ' , ' -i4'3fmAfi1JP1Q? 'Y'25 3' fl' -Wm fr 'M'-1'-'-'PW'b"""'iH5w'N Front Row, Left to Right: Sally Correll, Mickey Bailey, Doris Cothern, Jackie Fitzgibbons, Ann Aulick. Second Row: Eleanor Egan, President' K L ' .... ' ' . - - ' aren ewis, Treasurer, Peggy Duato, Penny Crull, Mary Taylor, Helen Powell, Vice-President, Martha Thrallkill Thrrd Row' Jo Cox' Jan John' son, Shirley Daub, Shelby Jean Godwin, B. G. Darrow, Eugenia Victoria, Lois Church, Janet Addison, Lyndal Gillett, Faye Townsend: Secretary, Lois Ashe, Estelle Waldmen, Diane Bidwell. Fourth Row: Mazda Waters, Virginia Chernals, Nancy Trousdale, Penny Hancock, Gwen Finney, Joyce Ellis, Joyce Johnson, Barbara Allen, Barbara Reischmann. Miss Marcella Hunley is Advisor and Director of the Women's Dorm. women's dorm Within the WOMENS DORM is an organiza- of the dorm girls. The group have social parties tion with the purpose of furthering the social life during the school year. gordon keller nurses home Student nurses of the Gordon Keller School of Nursing take basic science subjects at the University. Student nurses adorn the lawn at the Gordon Keller Nurses Home. Tampa, from the air. talllllfl . . . huh of floridags west cnast This year, 1955, marks the 100th anniversary has become a year-round city for many visitors of the city of TAMPA. The growing community from all parts of the country, Tampa, on the water. Tampa, on the rails. SCHOOL SPIRIT is an intangible asset found in many and varied places. At an athletic event, in a parade, ata pep rally, in the Spartan Room, at an assembly, around the lobby, your school spirit is evident. Here at our University, students have shown a growing interest in campus events due to many factors. To mention all of them would be an impossibility within these pages but we will try to give a few phases of school spirit. Although you may not be pictured, you prob- ably will be able to say, "l was there." var School Spirit cheerleaders PCP Squad football spirit quarterback club eandids s :v' . ::-- I' 522323 CHEERLEADERS: Front: Co-head Cheerleaders, Mary Fink and Sally Wolfe. Back: Marilyn Sollish, Mary Taylor, Marian Griffin, Mary Lou Roos, Hugo Menendez, Connie Felicione, Diane Achenbach, Barbara Whitley, Doreen Ross. c eerleaders Wearing white sweaters and black velvet skirts, our ambitious cheerleaders sent the fighting success spirit soaring into the student section throughout the season. Vitality and strong lungs combined, the talented group added pep rally power to re- vive old and new yells of encouragement for our Spartan athletes. A necessary factor of school spirit-our CHEERLEADERS. Co-head Cheerleaders, Mary Fink and Sally Wolfe, take time out for the photographer. 152 5' "Wy , .--.1-lun Freshman Pep Squad add color and noise to the football game. ep squad The FRESHMAN PEP SQUAD, under the guidance of the Sophomore and Freshman Class Officers, became an added feature of the football games. The spirit of the squad inspired other students, 4,.., Innocence, happiness, interest, and worry are shown on the faces of these Freshmen as Rey Yvars, Sophomore President, gives the "rats" instructions. The Freshman Pajama Parade produced some pretty glamorous nightwear. Y ZQPE 5 1 .awk QW? W ff i quarterback club . . . A Spartan Coaches and Earle Bennett, President, attend a Quarterback Club luncheon. A portion of the Quarterback Club at their weekly luncheon and meeting Y A Bob Lovely, Spartan Captain, receives the club's 'outstanding player of l954' award from Mrs. George "Babe" Zaharias. ian-u M 1-Mhmnmwtmmn-r 4.-.gi The University's QUARTERBACK CLUB, composed of alumni and other Spartan boosters, is dedicated to the backing of Spartan athletics. Throughout the football season, the Club held weekly luncheons and meetings to discuss the progress of the Spartans. Highlight ot the season was the banquet to honor the Spartans. WHY Ted Greene receives the 'out- standing lineman' award from Milton Spencer ot WFLA. 4 7 ttf AI Leathers receives the 'out- standing back' award from Guy Bagli of WALT and WSUN- TV 4, ...- Dr. Nance, our President and State Chairman of the March of Dimes, presents the March of Dimes Certificate to Brig. Gen. K. O. Sanborn, USAF, Commanding General of the 6th Air Division, Mac Dill AFB, during the 1955 drive. This year, the University was honored by having our President named as STATE CHAIRMAN OF THE MARCH OF DIMES with our Public Relations Director, Capt. Bassler, USN, Ret., serving as PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN. A television show CWSUN-TVl, plus other benefits were staged to aid the drive. the universit with a cart . . . Brave Hearts: Left to Right: Karen Lewis, .lo Cox' Helen Powell Marie , ' ' Who wouldn't want to join? Swmgley. v Y An attentive student body at an assembly. Students get-together around the fireplace in the lobby. varies s se-Iloo spirit The Bridge Club in action, Everyone enjoyed the Christmas tree, FOUR YEARS have passed in the lives of our Seniors. Some are a little wiser-some have developed a hard outer crust-and all, we hope, have passed from youth to maturity. As a student strides from one year to the next, there are many experiences to look back upon.. Sleepless nights before exams, crowding into the Spartan Room during a class break, dances of all descriptions, the many new friends one makes onsour campus, all contribute to make our lives a purpose. ln the last analysis of our Seniors, their knowledge of how to live with others is the criterion for judging whether or not these four years have been profitable. We hope they have succeeded. A e SUM' .. - ...,. l 1-gi-232' ' lf ,, s , , ,rn ,Vt 1' A iz ,, ' . .. ,A jj' gi. ".gjA at gf-1 A -, fra 'F K d5,,,S',,.,, tsiwzg, -1 . f 38' r 4 Sri Qgwwqr it Q Q? Je Y Q uv? we 3 , -Q we - QQXW' U g,g,rjfy3Q":g- f M . I V. We 1 ,- 1 . --'- -, s ,s , . , , eiiaerk ,S .t 3 E ZF -f iff' Y4'w 4' ff ,K J ,Q pf' if -HX J un . . yr- 'awww-M, W . 5 WE., fri? 5 Mv,,,3 ikrw af . if .-.. si wif Q W Q2 ' 5W?M?"f if 42538355 'K g 4, 7 af TW 4 ' 3 JL , Y W s me , ' as H532 W? ., fe W pg, E fig ' 4 V' x QV K . 1 Q SENIORSZ Left to Right: Jim Berfieldj Mike Copitanog Rosie Duran dp Sally Wolfeg Dean Goldsmithg Eleanor Ebsaryg George Grantg Joe Zalupskig Bob Eustace. whogs who These sixteen students have won the honor of con receive. During This ocodemic yeor, nine sen- election To WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN iors ond seven Juniors were selected for member- AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES-The ship, on increose of four over l954. highest honor o student of The University of Tompo JUNIORS: Left to Right: Henry DiStefclnog Elvira Tumargog Charles Archibaldg Shirley Keenej Ernesto Segundog Aida Yglesiasg Joyce Newell. hall of fame JIM BERFIELD Government BOB EUSTACE Publications MIKE CAPITANO Activities NICK WAYTOVICH Athletics ELEANOR EBSARY Organizations JOAN H ICKEY Scholarship The HALL OF FAME is selected by members of This year, the HALL OF FAME has been divided the faculty and administration who have a direct into six separate categories thus making the honor affiliation with the honor bestowed upon the stu- in each division of campus life. dent. senior notables . . . mmt likely to Aacceed moAt intelligent CAMILLE CAPPOLINO JOAN HICKEY CLINT MEADOWS DEAN GOLDSMITH mmf popular mmf dignified ROSIE DURAND ' DORIS DURYEA JIM BERFIELD BERNARD SHUFELT adm, . . . class of l955 6eAt loolziny but all around ANN ROBERTS ELEANOR EBSARY JOE ZALUPSKI MIKE CAPITANO mmf athletic clau crovlw JANET ADDISON SALLY WOLFE NICK WAYTOVICH GEORGE GRANT l955 senior class clint meadows officers mike capitano . . . . eleanor ebsary george grant . dean goldsmith . president vice-president . secretary representative representative Babbitt, Mary Harrington Beach, Robert Edward Boyd, David Nelson Caravella, James Frank Castellano, Nick Corraway, Mary V. MARY IRENE HARRINGTON BOBBITT JAMES FRANK CARAVELLA Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, English, Minor, History, Transfer from New Castle, Pennsylvania, Major, Business Administration Wake Forest College, Baptist Student Union, College Touring Sigma Kappa Nu Fraternity. Choir, College Glee Club. ROBERT EDWARD BEACH Bachelor of Arts NICK CASTELLANO Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, English, Minor, Spanish. DAVID NELSON BOYD Bachelor of Science MARY CARRAWAY Tampa, Florida, Major, Psychology, Minor, Industrial Arts, Tau Bachelor of Science Omega Fraternity, Viceepresident, Chaplain, Student Affiliate American Chemical Society. Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education. january seniors l955 16 Clesi, Jimmie Chambless, James R. Collins, Walter Cooper, Joseph Boyd Cuscaden, Margaret Anne Fernandez, Josephine S. JIMMIE CLESI Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, Minor, Art and English, Future Teachers of America, Corresponding Secretary, Secretary, Convention Delegate, Rho Nu Delta Fraternity, Honor Roll. JAMES R. CHAMBLESS Bachelor ol Science Brunswick, Georgia, Major, Business Administration, Transfer from South Georgia College, VALEDICTORIAN. WALTER COLLINS Bachelor of Science St, Petersburg, Florida, Major, Accounting, 168 JOSEPH BOYD COOPER Bachelor of Science Richmond, Virginia, Major, Physical Education, Minor, English, Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. MARGARET ANNE CUSCADEN Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, English, Minor, Biology, Boots and Saddle Club, Biology Club. JOSEPHINE S. FERNANDEZ Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Physical Education, Delta Zeta Sorority, Parliamentarian, Alpha Gamma Sorority, Vice-President, l-l.P.E.R,A., Sports Manager, W.A.A., Basketball, Softball, Treasurer, Intramural Sportsmanship Award, All Star Basketball Team, Sportsmanager, Baseball. january seniors l955 Furgalack, Howard Edward Gamble, Claude Leslie Gross, Edward A. Harper, James Doyle Hillier, Margaret Mosbacher Hughes, William Warren HOWARD EDMUND FURGALACK Bachelor of Science St. Petersburg, Florida, Major, Business Administration, CLAUD LESLIE GAMBLE Bachelor of Science Republic, Michigan, Major, Business Administration, Attended Chicago Technical College, President Pledge Class, Pledge Cap- tain, President Kappa Sigma Kappa, Pan-Hellenic Represen- tative, Vice-President Pan-Hellenic, Vice-President, Los Picoros, Vice-President Retired Officers Club, Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges, Honor Roll, Delegate to National Convention Kappa Sigma Kappa, Member American Society Heating 8. Ventilating Engineers. EDWARD A. GROSS Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Arts VVest Palm Beach, Florida, Major, General, Minor, History, Varsity Fencing Team, Intramurals: Football. JAMES DOYLE HARPER Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Business Administration, Sigma Kappa Nu Social Fraternity, Honor Roll, SALUTATORIAN MARGARET MOSSBACHER HILLIER Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education. WILLIAM WARREN HUGHES Bachelor of Science City Island, New York, Major, History, Minor, English january seniors 1955 169 Jasinski, Zygmunt Andrew Krohn, Betti Jean Lamb, John R. Milo, Charles Angelo O'NeaI, John Patrick Peterson, Doris E. ZYGMUNT ANDREW JASINSKI Bachelor of Science Erie, Pennsylvania, Major, Social Science, Minor, English. BETTI JEAN KROHN Bachelor of Science Saginaw, Michigan, Major, Education, Transfer student from Wayne University, Detroit, Michigan, Music Educators Con- ference Council, Canterbury Club, Honor Roll. JOHN R. LAMB Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, Minor, Music, Future Teachers of America, Vice-President, Delegate, Kappa Kappa Psi National Band Fraternity, Secretary, President, Band, Tubaist, Librarian, Kappa Sigma Kappa, Pledge Secretary, Cor- responding Secretary, Minaret Staff, Reporter, Typist, Office Manager, Moroccan Staff, Music Editor, Typist, Les Forces, Vice-President, Assistant Director, Honor Roll, Dean's List, Tampa Philharmonic Orchestra, Music Educators Association, CHARLES ANGELO MILO Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Business Administration, Minor, English JOHN PATRICK O'NEAL Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Business Administration, DORIS E. PETERSON Bachelor of Science Kansas City, Missouri, Major, Elementary Education, Minors, History, Political Science, Transfer Student from St. Theresas College. 170 january seniors 1955 Rametta, Pauline Terry, Stanley PAULINE RAMETTA Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, Minor, Art, Fu- ture Teachers of America, Los Picarosg Alpha Gamma, Honor Roll: Newman Club, ROBERT WILLIAM STAFFORD Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, Transfer Stu- dent from Beloit College, Wisconsin and Galilem College, New York State, Vice-President, President of Future Teachers of Americaj Treasurer, Devotion Vice'President, and President ot Baptist Student Union. Stafford, Robert William Tiernan, John David STANLEY TERRY Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Social Science and English. JOHN DAVID TIERNAN Bachelor of Science West Haven, Connecticut, Major, Elementary Education january seniors 1955 171 Addison, Janet E. Alonzo, Zoraida Amason, Horace Bell, Ronald K. Berfield, James Lee Bode, Cesar, Jr. JANET E. ADDISON Bachelor ol Science RONALD K. BELL Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education. Tampa, Florida, Major, Business Administration. ZORAl'DA ALONZO Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Chemistry. HORACE AMASON Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Art Tampa, Florida, Major, Accounting. JAMES LEE BERFIELD Bachelor of Science Olean, New York, Major, Business Administration, Transferred from Alfred University, Baptist Student Union, Sigma Kappa Nu Fraternity. CESAR BODE, JR. Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Social Studies, Minor, English. june eniors 1955 Boyd, Carl Edward Boyd, Robert F. Braithwait, Joanne Buria, Alfred, Jr. Caltagirone, Jennie Calvin, Betty Joan CARL EDWARD BOYD Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Music Education, Minor, English, Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, University Chorus, Newman Club, Phil- harmonic Chorus. ROBERT F. BOYD Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Chemistry, Minor, Mathematics, Stu' dent Affiliate American Chemical Society, President Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Florida Zeta Chapter. JOANNE BRAITHWAIT Bachelor of Science Springfield, Missouri, Major, English, Minor, Sociology. ALFRED BURIA, JR. Bachelor of Science Key West, Florida: Major, Social Studies, Minor, English. JENNlE CALTAGIRONE Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education. BETTY JOAN CALVIN Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, Minor, History, Delta Kappa Sorority, Vice-President Pledge Class, Future Teachers of America, Secretary, Baptist Student Union, Honor Roll, Dean's List. june seninrs 1955 173 ivilhe ee-Q Cupitano, Michael S. Cappolino, Camille Collentine, Thomas E. Colvard, Reginald Corces, Violet Crabb, Ralph MICHAEL S. CAPITANO Bachelor of Science in Education Tampa, Florida, Major, English, Minor, History, Sigma Kappa Nu Social Fraternity, Pledge Officer-Secretary, Chairman of l952, l953, i954 and i955 Gardenia Ball, Chairman of l952, l953 and i954 Christmas Dance, Pan-Hellenic Council-Dele- gate, Secretary l953-54, l954-55, Moroccan, Feature Editor for i952 Yearbook, Associate Editor for l953, i954 and i955 Yearbook, Student Directory Stott, Tampa Morning Tribune Correspondent--Campus Chatter Around The University of Tampa, l952, l953, i954 and l955, Alpha Phi Epsilon Hon- orary Journalism Fraternity, Vice-President, Pi Delta Epsilon National Honorary Collegiate Journalism Fraternity, Charter Member, Vice-President i953-54, i954-55, Florida Intercol- legiate Press Association, Delegate, Future Teachers of America, Treasurer l953-54, i954-55, Florida Association of Future Teachers of America, Executive Council, Alpha Phi Omega Na- tional Service Fraternity, Operation Big Show, Cost Member, Ozark Musi-Kal, Cost Member, University at Tampa Chorus, Les Forces Dramatic Fraternity, Newman Club, Los Picaros de Lopez de Ubede Spanish National Honorary Fraternity, Secre- tary of Student Body, Vice-President of Senior Class, Member of Student Senate, Honor Roll, Junior Rotarian, Hall ot Fame- Activities, Senior Class Notable-Best All Round, Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, i953- 54, i954-55. CAMILLE CAPPOLINO Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, Minor, History, Delta Kappa Sorority, FTA, Public Relations, Chairman of Social Activities, Newman Club, Secretary, Vice-President, Sigma Kappa Nu Daughter, Gardenia Boll Sponsor, Homecom- ing Queen Maid l95l, l952, Minaret Staff, Fashion Co-editor, Moroccan Staff, Assistant Class Editor, Honor Roll, Los Picoros, Rho Nu Delta Float, Senior Notable. THOMAS E. COLLENTINE Bachelor ol Science Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Major, Business Administration, Trans- fer from Marquette University, Ace Club, President, Intramural Director, Newman Club, Baseball. REGINALD COLVARD Bachelor of Science Vanna, Georgia, Major, Physical Education, Minor, English. VIOLET CORCES Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, RALPH CRABB Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Social Studies, Minor, English, B.S.U., F.T.A. 174 june seniors 1955 45? Ama-.u,w,,,,,, ' 'Wh r'1"""'W"'1is, ,file af' Cuervo, Gerardo Cuscaden, Frances Elizabeth D'Amato, Nancy Grace Davis, Jesse Dawson, Bill 'Dial, Billy James GERARDO CUERVO Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Physical Education, Minor, Art, Tau Omega Fraternity, Intramurals, Junior Rotarian. FRANCES ELIZABETH CUSCADEN Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, Minor, Fine Arts, Kappa Pi National Art Fraternity, Future Teachers of America, Baptist Student Union. NANCY GRACE D'AMATO Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, JESSE DAVIS Bachelor of Science Miami, Florida, Magor, Physical Education, Minor, Etglish. BILL DAWSON Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Business Administration, Minor, I-lisv tory, Homecoming Parade l952, l953, IQ54, Marshall in l954, Rat Court l953, l954, Chairman in I954, Boots and Saddle Club, Ace Club, Sr. Member of Spar Spar, Part Time Instructor of Physical Education, Tennis Intramural Champion, Varsity Baseball, Varsity Tennis, Captain Tennis Team, Player Coach Tennis Team, Part Time Instructor in Tennis. BILLY JAMES DIAL Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Business Administration. june seniors 1955 175 Dorado, Cynthia Ramos Durand, Rosalie Marie Dureya, Doris W. Ebsary, Eleanor Egan, Eleanor A. Elsberry, Ruth J. CYNTHIA RAMOS DORADO Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education. ROSALIE MARIE DURAND Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, Sigma Theta Phi, Ritual Chairman, W.A.A., Newman Club, Zeta Tau Alpha, President, Two years, Pan-Hellenic Representative, lnter-Fra- ternity-Sorority Council Homecoming Court, Two Years, Class Notable, Tau Omega Sponsor, RHO Nu Delta Sponsor, Future Teachers of America. DORIS W. DUREYA Bachelor of Art Quebec, Canada, Major, English, Minor, Art. ELEANOR EBSARY Bachelor of Science Toronto, Canada, Major, Physical Education, ELEANOR A. EGAN Bachelor of Science Minor, English Chicago, Illinois, Major, Elementary Education. RUTH J. ELSBERRY Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education. 176 june eniors 1955 Englehardt, Horace M. English, Thomas Paul, Jr. Eustace, Robert H. Fisher, Charles Edward Garcia, Rosalind E. Griffin, Marian E. HORACE M. ENGLEHARDT Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Business Administration, Kappa Sigma Kappa. THOMAS PAUL ENGLISH, JR. Bachelor of Science St. Petersburg, Florida, Major, Business Administration KBCEI. ROBERT H. EUSTACE Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Mathematics, Minor, Physics and ln- dustrial Arts. CHARLES EDWARD FISHER, SR. Bachelor of Science Valrico, Florida, Major, Social Studies, Minor, Psychology-Eng- lish, Sigma Kappa Nu, Outstanding Pledge, Pledge Captain, Intramurals, Varsity Crew, I949, I95O, I95I, T-Club, Alpha Phi Omega, National Service Fraternity, Ace Club, Boots and Saddle Club, Vice-President, Methodist Student Organization, University Relations Directors, German Club, Le Cercle Fran- cais, Future Teachers of America, Minaret Staff, Moroccan Staff, Advertising Manager, WTUN-University Broadcasting Service, Public Relations Director, Assistant to the University Public Relations Director, Exchange Club Representative. ROSALIND E. GARCIA Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Art, Minor, English. MARIAN E. GRIFFIN Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, English, Minor, I-Iistory. june seniors 1955 177 Griffin, Raymond Edwin Grant, George H. Goldsmith, Dean Godward, James H. Guerard, Sylvia Ann Hallock, Nancy RAYMOND EDWIN GRlFFlN Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Accounting, Ace Club, Sigma Kappa Nu Fraternity. GEORGE H. GRANT Bachelor of Science Gulf Port, Mississippi, Major, Education, Minors, Social Science, Crew Team, Sigma Kappa Nu, Pledge Trainer, Treasurer, Vice- President, Inter-Fraternity Sorority Council, Homecoming Chair- man, WhC's Who in American Universities and Colleges, Vice- President Inter-Fraternity Council, Student Senate, Parking Commission, Publications Committee. DEAN GOLDSMITH Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, English, Minor, Physical Education, Sigma Kappa Nu Fraternity, Chaplain, Intramurals, Student Senate, Senior Class Representative, Methodist Student Or- ganization, President, Treasurer, Future Teachers of Amoiica, Honor Roll. JAMES H. GODWARD Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Social Studies, Minor, Chemistry, American Chemical Society. SYLVIA ANN GUERARD Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, English, Minor, Psychology. NANCY HALLOCK Bachelor of Science Brooklyn, New York, Major Psychology, Minor, English and l-listory. 178 june seniors l955 ,write Hickey, Joan Marie Hoover, Woodrow Donovan Koch, Charles Lowder, James A, Linares, Manuel Ruiz, Jr. JOAN MARIE HICKEY Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, Minors, English, Home Economics, Senior Class Notable, Alpha Chi Omega Na- tional Social Sorority, Corresponding Secretary, Publicity and Social Chairman, Delta Kappa, Pledge Treasurer, Intramurals, Newman Club, Sigma Kappa Nu Fraternity Daughter, Christ- mas Dance Sponsor, Gardenia Ball Sponsor, Minaret Staff, Fashion Ca-Editor ll954l, Future Teachers ot America, Honor Roll, Dean's List, University of Tampa Gasparilla Float, Mo- roccan Staft, Alpha Chi Omega Homecoming Float, Home- coming President's Reception, I-lome Economics Club, Alpha Phi Epsilon Journalism Fraternity, Secretary. WOODROW DONOVAN HOOVER Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Business Administration, Minor, Sci- ence, American Chemical Society, CHARLES KOCH Bachelor of Science Long Island, New York, Major, Elementary Education, Minor, Business Administration. Liptok, William JAMES A. LAWDER Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Business Administration. MANUEL RUIZ LINARES, JR. Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Industrial Arts, Minor, Kappa Nu, Los Picaros de Lopez de Ubeda. English, Sigma WILLIAM LIPTAK Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Chemistry, Minor, Mathematics, Chem- istry Lab Assistant, Newman Club, President. june seniors l955 179 Mansell, Sanford Mathis, James Andrew Matthews, Richard Ira Mayo, James McLeod, Peter, Jr. Meadows, David Clinton SANFORD MANSELL Bachelor of Science Dover, Florida, Major, Psychology, Minor, Biology, Tau Omega. Tempo, Florida: JAMES ANDREW MATHIS Bachelor of Science Fort Pierce, Florida, Major, Physical Education, Minor, Eng- lish, Football Team, Tau Omega Fraternity, lnter-Fraternity- Sorority Council. RICHARD IRA MATTHEWS Bachelor ol Science Grove City, Pennsylvania, Major, Business Administration. JAMES MAYO Bachelor of Science Major, Elementary Education, Minor, English PETER McLEOD, JR. Bachelor of Science Pensacola, Florida, Major, Physical Education, Minor, I-listory. DAVID CLINTON MEADOWS Bachelor ol Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Business Administration, Sigma Kappa Nu, President, Sgt. at Arms, Pledge Captain, Inter-Fraternity and Sorority Council Representative, Intramurals, President ot the Senior Class. 180 june senior I955 Menendez, Hugo Mosher, William R. Olsen, Donald L. Ortabello, Alice Papia, Ferdinando Peck, Edmund HUGO MENENDEZ Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Social Studies, Minor, English, Rho Nu Delta, Cheerleading, Dean's List. WlLLlAM R. MOSHER Bachelor of Art New York City, Major, History, Minor, English. DONALD L. OLSEN Bachelor of Arts Oak Park, Illinois, Majors, Chemistry and Mathematics, Minor, Business Administration, Kappa Sigma Kappa National Fra- ternity, President, Executive Board, Kappa Sigma Alpha, Pres- ident, lnter-Fraternity Council, Inter-Sorority-Fraternity Coun- cil, Moroccan Staff, Organizations Editor, Fraternity Editor, Pi Delta Epsilon, Chapter Member, Chemistry Club, Student At- tiliate of the American Chemical Society, lntramurals, Archery, Golf, Bowling, Softball, Honor Roll, Dean's List, WTUN-The University Broadcasting Service, Chief Announcer, Program Director, Drama Club, Chemistry Lab Assistant, Transfer from The University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. ALICE ORTABELLO Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, Minor, Spanish Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority, Rushing Chairman, Women's Ath letic Association, Operation Big Show, Newman Club, lntra murals, Future Teachers of America, Corresponding Secretary Treasurer. FERDINANDO PAPIA Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Business Administration. EDMUND PECK Bachelor of Science Erie, Pennsylvania, Major, Physical Education, Minor, History june seniors 1955 181 r Proctor, Paul Benjamin Pullara, Justine Angela Randall, Lucia L. Reischmann, Barbara Faye Roberts, Ann Rodriguez, Celio PAUL BENJAMIN PROCTOR Bachelor of Science St. Petersburg, Florida, Major, Chemistry, Minor, Biology. JUSTINE ANGELA PULLARA Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, Minor, English and Art, Kappa Pi, Future Teachers of America, Newman Club, Los Plcaros, Alpha Gamma. LUCIA L. RANDALL Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, Minor, English. BARBARA FAYE REISCHMANN Bachelor of Science Metter, Georgia, Major, Biology, Education, Minor, English, Sigma Sigma Sigma, President, Women's Athletic Association, ViceePresident, Representative and Sports Manager, Los Pic- aros, Corresponding Secretary, Inter-Fraternity, Social Council, Treasurer, Pan-Hellenic Council, Baptist Student Union, Sec- retary, Women's Dormitory Club. ANN ROBERTS Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, Homecoming Queen I95l, Moroccan Queen l952, Cheerleader l95I-l953, Tau Omega Ring Dance Sponsor, Sigma Kappa Nu Daughter, Kappa Sigma Kappa lris Ball Sponsor, Jr. Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Delta Kappa Sorority, Sec- retary and Treasurer of Junior Class, Student Senate. CELIO RODRIGUEZ Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Business Administration, Minor, Eng- Iish. 182 june seniors 1955 Ross, Gus M. Royal, Ray Thomas Sabella, Frank R. Sumner, Vivian V. Sthare, Curtis R. Shufelt, Bernard GUS M. ROSS Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Accounting, President of Baptist Stu- dent Union, President ot Junior Class, Dean's List, Chaplain of Student Senate. RAY THOMAS ROYAL Bachelor of Science Sarasota, Florida, Major, Physical Education, Minor, English. FRANK RAGANO SABELLA Bachelor ol Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Art, Minor, English. VIVIAN VIRGINIA SUMNER Bachelor ol Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, Methodist Stu- dent Oraanization, Food Chairman, Congress, Student Convo- cation ot Methodist Organizations, Future Teachers ot America. CURTIS R. STHARE Bachelor of Science St. Petersburg, Florida, Major, Social Science, Minor, Psy' chology. BERNARD SHUFELT Bachelor ol Science Richmond, Virginia, Major, Business Administration, High Point College, High Point, North Carolina, Richmond College and Evening School of Business Administration, University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia, Minaret, Associate Editor, Ed- itor, Fraternity, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pi Delta Epsilon, june seniors 1955 183 Schuster, Hermann N., Jr. Sams, William Thomas Tamargo, Elvira Taylor, Rayetta Valdespino, William Vater, Herbert E. HERMANN NEWTON SCHUSTER, JR. Bachelor of Science Clearwater, Florida, Major, Music Education, Minor, English, Transferred from St. Petersburg Junior College, University Chorus, Announcer for VV.T.U.N. Radio Station, Westminster Fellowship. WILLIAM THOMAS SAMS Bachelor of Art Tampa, Florida, Major, History, Minor, English. ELVIRA TAMARGO Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, Moroccan Queen, Honor Roll, Dean's List, University Chorus, RAYETTA TAYLOR Bachelor of Science Portland, Oregon, Major, Elementary Education. WILLIAM VALDESPINO Bachelor of Science in Education Tampa, Florida, Major, Spanish. HERBERT E. VATER Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Business Administration, Sigma Kappa Nu Fraternity, Public Relations, Coach, Varsity Crew, Captain, Fencing Team, Intramurals. 184 june seniors 1955 Victoria, Eugenie M. Waters, Maida Waytovich, Nick Weigle, Robert Whyte, Priscilla Jean Wolfe, Marie Frances EUGENIE M. VICTORIA Bachelor of Science Jamesport, Long lsland, New York, Major, Elementary Educa- tion. MAIDA WATERS Bachelor of Science Largo, Florida, Major, Art, Minor, English, Honor Roll, Dean's List, Secretary of Kappa Pi. NICK WAYTOVICH Bachelor of Science in Education Johnston, Pennsylvania, Major, Elementary Education, Minor, Physical Education, Tau Omega Fraternity, President, Chap- lain, Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, Little All-American, All-State, Hall of Fame, Senior Notable, Outstanding Line-men, Varsity Football, Four Years, Member of Inter-Fraternity and Sorority Council. ROBERT WEIGLE Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Business Administration. PRISCILLA JEAN WHYTE Bachelor of Art St. Petersburg, Florida, Major, Psychology. MARIE FRANCES "SALLY" WOLFE Bachelor of Science Tampa, Florida, Major, Elementary Education, Minor, Art, Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, Intramurals Manager, Librarian, First Vice'President, Cheerleader, l952, l953, l954, l955, Head Cheerleader i954-1955, Miss Tampa University Court of l95l, Homecoming Court ot l95I, 1952, 1953, I954, Moroccan Beauty Section, l952, l953, I954, Sweetheart of TKE Fraternity, Daughter of SKN Fraternity, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Senior Notable, Newman Club, W.A.A., F.T.A., Kappa Pi National Art Fraternity, Min- aret Staff, Society Editor, Delta Kappa Sorority, Pledge Secre- tary, Intramural Manager, Operation Big Show. june seniors I955 185 june seniors 1955 l ALVIN WORLEY Bachelor of Science AIDA RITA YGLESIAS Bachelor of Science in Education Seattle, Washington, Major, Business Administration, Sigma Tampa, Florida, Major, Social Sciences, Minor, Spanish, Alpha Phi Epsilon. Gamma Sorority, Pan-Hellenic Council, Delta Zeta Pledge, WILLIAM JAMES YORK Bachelor of Art Toledo, Ohio, Major, Art, Minor, English. lN,A.A,, Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges, l954-l955. JOSEPH ZALUPSKI Bachelor of Science Conemaugh, Pennsylvania, Major, Elementary Education, Minor, History, Captain of Football Team, Junior Who's Who, Intramurals, Tau Omega Fraternity, Treasurer, Senior Class Notable. Worley, Alvin Zalupski, Joseph York, William James Yglesias, Aida Rita 186 1 Mu , 'rswQQx'5"ml" ABOVE: The graduation address was delivered by ex- Senator fU.S.D Claude Pepper. RIGHT: David Boyd receives his degree from Dr. Nance. january raduation BELOW LEFT: Mrs. Octavia Goodbar, Ph.D., receives University of Tampa Achievement Medal in Humanities. CENTER: Vivian Gaither, principal of Hillsborough High, awarded an honorary Doctor of Education Degree. RIGHT: Marvin Holloway, director of the Tampa Motor Club, receives the Achievement Medal for his work in the field of public safety. A 1 I the 1955 junior I3 ass officers ernest segundo . . . . president charles archibuld . . . vice-president shirley keene . . . . secretary joyce newell . . representative 188 juninrs . . . . E . summary. E mt wana-,mv S 3 me .WM ei, . . Acosta, Roland Adams, Babb Addison, Robert Akins, Wendell Alvarez, Zenobia Archibald, Charles Arcuri, Stephane Aulick, Ann Bailey, Barbara Beltram, Henry Berastegui, Vincent Berdeal, Arnaldo Berdeal, Martha Blau, Arthur Broedlaw, Rudolph Brown, B. J. Bruns, Janet Bryan, Robert Burger, Audrey Burns, Edward Busselle, Donald Calhoun, Clarence Capitano, Mary .lo Carlson, Leonard Carter, Lucretia Casey, ldaMary Clawson, Sterling Cline, Jeanne Cothern, Doris Crocker, Stanley Crosby, Jimmy Curry, .loyce Dallas, William Davis, Ed Diaz, Jesse Dickson, Nancy Disteluno. Hcnry Doub, Carolyn Duray, Ed Ellis, Joy Espino, Roland Felentzer, Christian Felicione, Albert Fernandez, Celestino Fernandez, Emilio Fernandez, Vilma Fitzgibbons, Jackie Frazier, Joe Fulford, Eleanor Garcia, Peggy Gay, Thomas Glochick, Joseph Gonzalez, .lack Graves, Sylvia Greco, Dick Greco, Joe Greene, Ted Gristock, Russell Haasl, Warren Hamilton, Raymond Hanna, Helen Hanna, Jack Hinson, Roy Hoflheins, Gilbert Janasik, Dave Johnston, Catherine Kampfmueller, Carl Keene, Shirley Lamb, Glenwood Larson, Robert juniors juniors 3' ,F if Leathers, Al Lewis, Bertha Lobato, Manuel Lovely, Robert Mangrum, Raymond Martoski, Robert Menendez, Mike Merrill, Wayne Meyer, Charles Minahan, Bill Minahan, Walter Nabors, Dale Nelson, Kenneth Newell, Joyce Omichinski, Clem Orr, William Perdomo, Robert Perez, Edward Pinner, Ronnie Psiaki, A. G. Puleo, Frances Ray, Dale Roccaforte, Dominic Rogers, Phillip Rotundo, Marie Sabello, Dolores SantaCruz, Steven Sais, Tom Scaglione, Henry A. Segundo, Ernest Smaltz, Roy Spock, Tom Strange, Sarah Thisse, Lyla Thury, Joseph Tims, La Vilchez, lah Trousdale, Nancy Turner, Carolyn Turner, James Urso, Ernest Jr., Angel Weinstock, Henry Wharton, Jackson Williams, Kenneth Yglesias, Gloria Ynes, Andrew juniors U as 2' Zfmrfzfee HHQKJQM laws: 3 :K Q J: W f. :g1:5w55zwm 3 : 1 G x sophomore dance S.. the 1955 sophomore clas officers rey yvurs . . . president mary lou roos vice-president connie felicione . secretary shirley tucker . . representative F 194 ihvfl 1-,.f ..,:.:-.ww . ,..,, - ..,. Q.. x gt pw' A in-rv if .iw sophomores . . . . l fwwv M 2 f my H in Q is, HM 6' Q ,Q sg' 2 'f Q S mi 5 X ti 1 if X Q. all " ri ik 4 s, V 3 ' .f 1 da Q y , , V - ,fa , We M - f' 'W' 3 1 f,. ,fiiflwl A 2 Q fi VA" ' "5'f' A .." y 'gill' "f-me H or I , -V A , to P .5 f C , Q "A' V faq. 2.2 ,flflfh ,, , sf e ,.,:. - U 12585 'fir .: i-fig, w ff. FE!" .K- 7? f e .pf-'sf 3 J X , N- i 5 . , 'eh - .. 2 , J .. - -.3 . Jam In-5 ,5 far- 5 e e EW if-,, .,,,, Q r fe' B oo F14 WF 'T-:-,E:.:i?E::a w-W 5 1 . Achenbach, Diane Agliano, Anthony Albano, Pete Alberdi, Peter Alfano, John Alvarez, Joe Alvarez, Silvio Alvey, Shirley Ashburn, Robert Axtell, Daniel Barben, Norma Barreto, Reynoldo Bell, Howard Bello, Camile Benitez, Florentine Bernstein, Howard Boland, Don Bolton, Lena Bosworth, Bill Branda, Frank Bransford, Pauline Brumfield, Roy Cagno, Anna Calderon, Osvaldo Capitano, Sam Caplinger, Jack Card, George Carlton, Lamar Carson, Ralph Cazin, Violet Clements, Kay Clestelis, Hermes Colditz, William Cole, Darrell Cole, 'Dick Coate, Jerry Corliss, Shirley Cortine, Tony Coulter, Christine Cox, Josephine ",' 3 . Q t 'f gs, E 35,9 .::' f, i R 3 he fe 2 X 1. 1 A, l I- le-Qiaegf fe .f ve 4? i r W. : ' . 7' .fi 5 'P 3 ff 1+ ,sr X s -iz: rv.' P' S' ' ls: , M3 . A J, 3 x ' , 3 M ' ' ' '5fY"3"IS22ZZf 3 'Q -, V ts. I Er. ' z' 'Q V 5 .. if, is S 1 bg Ny ri, , . ,. mr E or 5 age 5 J K Davis, Sylvia Edwards, Delibertis, Robert Denham, Mildred Donnelly, John Dristle, Ronald Nadine Ehle, Robert Eisele, William Erk, Louise Felicione, Connie Fink, Mary Fisher, Kenneth Friedman, James Fuller, Harold Garcia, Henry Garcia, Rosalind Gonzalez, Garcia, Sylvia Gillett, Lyndal Gonzalez, Armando Gonzalez, Fernando Joe Gragg, Clarence Green, Milton Greenway, Doris Grey, Estelle Gurgliardo, John Hewlett, Hancock, Penny Henriquez, Theodore Hayes, Dot Hernandez, Manuel Joe Higdon, Joe Hillebrand, Woessner Hines, Stanley Howell, Elbert sophomore my 'if y 42 , 3 5 . - Q X , , .. S awfwf i 196 sophomores 1 mv' !"'b gm, , we 17-rs" SRE? at 'Q ,im s V A J W Ma J . Qgggkey r 'fr ,,.V V . F We. . S' M32 r -W Q , gin if v-YY gig., :R Q Huftstutler, Pat Hutchison, Robert Hylton, Alan lppelito, Frank lzzedon, Selma James, Irwin Johnston, Jean Johnston, Richard Kagee, Arthur Kresge, Edward Labruzo, Pete Lazzara, Pat Leeper, Gilbert Leto, Phillip Lopez, Norma Luis, Alice Lumsden, Barbara Matteo, Mario Mariana, Marietta Marzolf, Bill Meeks, Bob Menendez, Martha Metcalf, Jim Miller, Doris Miller, Karl Miller, Margaret Miranda, Celestino Moody, Edwin Morales, Rose Morris, Herbert Neuman, Paul Nichols, Richard Nivens, Nanette Noriega, Fernando Nundy, Charles Nuznoft, Kenneth Ondorko, Joe Onis, Zeraida Ortelli, Martin Palladino, Phillip ri F N, iv 12 -:Q .1 .5 J U.. " 'T-'H .W-fs, TR' 3 2, ,f Q . T Q, ,. ,fxfg Y so W 'vs Pardo, Jimmie Pasetti, Mary Pavlakis, James Pearde, Wilhemena Persbacker, Nancy Pentenberg, Lee Powell, Helen Ramos, Ferdie Ramos, George Rimoldi, Nello Rogers, Ben Rogers, Cynthia Roos, Mary Rumore, Mickey Sabella, Fano Sadlak, Robert Saferstein, Al Sampson, Virginia Sanchez, Mario Savarino, Frances Scaglione, Frank Scanio, Mary Schwartz, Paul Scionti, Tony Scalaro, Beverly Seargeant, Joan Sumner, Sefcik, Bill Shirley, Donald Simmons, Donald Tamborello, Theresa Ann Strauman, Jean Stern, Edward Stivender, Eugene Stokes, Eugene sophomores Spayde, Virginia Stanaland, William Stephenson, Robert Solomon, Leslie Sollish, Marilyn Smith, Donald Sines, George Tata, Vince Taylor, Mary Taylor, William Tew, Herbert Thrailkill, Martha Tidwell, Arthur Tomasino, Paul Townsend, Faye Tucker, Shirley Turner, Lonnie Urso, Frank Urso, Ross Valenti, Joseph Vega, Leonora Vega, Nicio Villanueva, Ruth Venvalis, John Vorus, Robert Wagner, Ray Watson, Mary Webb, Bryan White, Helen Whitley, Barbara Wiley, Betty Williams, Roy Woitas, Gerald Wright, Harold Yarnot, Pete Yglesias, Manuel York, Pete Yvars, Rey the l955 freshmen class officer bob swirbul . . . president rosemarie rogers . . . vice-president ida telicione . . . secretory carol brown . . . representative 200 Akard, Robert Akelewicz, Pat Alcalde, Hector Aldrich, Eleanor Alfieri, Etelvina Allen, Barbara Alvarez, Angela Alvarez, Marvin Arias, Sylvia Arne, Arline Ash, Lois Austin, William Avila, Milagros Banaszak, Eugene Banks, William Barnett, Barbara Barrow, Ethel Bartlam, Carol Sue Bartlam, Mary Lee Beam, Richmond Beatty, Alan Becker, Bernadine Bembry, William Berry, Alfred Bidwell, Diane Bishop, Jill Bishop, Patti Blair, Wendell Blanco, Roland Blanton, James Bodo, George Bodo, Rita Bohannon, H. B. Bowman, Russell Bransford, Daisy Brenner, Robert Brewer, Russell Brown, Carol Brown, Derrell Brown, Joe Brown, L. C. Bullard, Pat Burley, Boyd Buzbee, William Byars, David Caldwell, Jewell Calhoun, Marilyn Cambas, Earl We -vw. f' i t 3 uc, 1 ' 1 ',5Zx S' Q v- -sf 5 ,J 4.1, fs FM QE: Caporlce Peter Caraway Mitchell Cardinale, Joe Carter, Robert Castellano, Ralph Centinaro, Mary Ann Cesario Mike Bill Chatlos, Richard Cheek, Cecil Chernals, Virginia Chicado, Fred Chisholm Billy Christmas, Jerry Church, Lois Ciccarello, Pete Cinnamon, Ronald Clark, Donald Clark Pattie Clarke William Cochran, Bruce Cochran, .lo Ann Coker, Stanley Collet, William Condo Andrew Conklin Calvin Correll, Sally Lou Cory, .loe Costa, Danny Crofton, Curtis Crull Penny Cruz Juan' Cutro, Joseph Daniels, David Davis, Howard Davis, Hubert Davis James 'Davis Paul Davis,f Ronald Day, William De Bolt, .lohn Dee, Douglas Delgado Iris Del Valle, Aida Del Valle, Angel Denman, Wayne Dickey, Frank Dobbs, Bruce freshmen rl-:ns r ss'-As af: m11111- Doub, Shirley Dougherty, Richard Downie, Charles Drew, Le Roy Duato, Peggy Edwards, Dania Eikeland, James Emkens, Bob Enos, Thomas Ettaro, Anthony Felicione, Ida Fernandez, Arthur Fernandez, Holanda Ficarrotta, Dominic Ficarrotta, Sam Fink, Ann Foley, Nancy Follweiler, Richard Gaddy, Joyce Galbreath, Mabel Gallobly, James Gambrell, Bob Garcia, Inez Garcia, James Garcia, Joe Giaccobbe, Lou Giunta, Joe Godwin, Shelby Jean Goldsmith, Judy Gooding, Charles Gooding, Shirley Graham, James Graham, John Graves, Glenn Greco, Valentine Grillo, Louis Hadden, Thomas Hagin, Henry Hagin, Phyllis Hamby, Charles Hamer, Phillip Hampton, Charles Hampton, Doris Harding, Barbara Harrell, Jane Harte, Dick Hatfield, Donald Hause, James gf ' .1 Q ,ggi rf QM' si f.:,., X 5 i Hayes, Eleanor Hereford, William Hirsch, Hernandez, David Hernandez, Irene Herndon, Don Herrick, John Marian Holcomb, Dorothy Holcomb, Ira Hollon, John Hoopingarner, Nancie Hoppe, George Howell, Larry Howes, Douglas Hurley, Rosie Ippolito, Angelo lppolito, Charles lppolito, Salvatore Jacoby, Le Roy Jesmer, Wilbur Johnson, Janice Johnson, Joyce Jordan, Ernest Jutras, Beatrice Koh, Thomas Kelley, Charles Kichler, Howard Knight, Joe Kobernat, Arleigh Kuenzi, Mary Lane, David Leol, Bob Leon, Gerald Leon, Lionel Lewis, Karen Liberman, Mitchell Lima, Jesus Lipsey, Lamar Lopez, J Lopez, S Little, Robert Lobo, Richard Lo Cicero, Anthony Lombard, William ose ylvia Luddington, Betty Maddox, Pat Malcolm, Linda Malone, George fre hmen i i r l l i Mandese, Yolanda Manisculco, Jeanette Mann, Lois Marr, Keith Marrero, Arnulfo Marshall, Jim Martinez, Arnold Martinez, Robert Martino, Gasper Mason, Betty Jo Mason, Larry Matthews, James Mayo Angela Mayo Eleanor Meek John Mercadante Vincent Meredith Owen Mldulla Nora Miller Andrew Mlzell Wllllam Moctezuma Mercedes Moody Dorls Morano Frank Murphy Wllllam McCall Yvonne McCauley Paul McDow Ann McKay George Neads Kenneth Nettles Lawrence Newman Robert Nichols Elmer Niles William Noland Klppy Norman Charles Nuznoff Billy Osborn Walter Osler Ronald Owens Emmett Pardo Helen Payne Mickey Pearce Donald Pedrlnon Louise Pelaelz Evarlsto Pendley Sandra Perez Angelo Perez Aurora . . , , , . . , . , . , . , , . , . Naya, Jr., Louis , . , , . . . , , , , , . , , , , , . v rw wh y.,-ff Mind! 422237 'ak' Perry, Lyman Petti, Vincent Pettit, PGI' Philpot, Kenneth Pina, Danny Pochucha, Alex Polk, Lawrence Pollock, Johnny Polo, Lionel Post, Bill Powers, Charles Pullara, Mike Radice, Ed Roitano, Arthur Randazzo, Santo Raney, Terrence Rece, Allan Reina, Som Robbins, Rueben Robertson, Janice Robinson, Gaylord Robles, Barbara Rodi, Albert Radley, Marie Rodriguez, Frank Rodriguez, Gonzalo Rodriguez, Richard Roemheld, Richard Rogers, Alton Rogers, Rosemarie Rosquete, Clara Ross, Leslie Ross, Doreen Rotolo, Phil Round, Samuel Rubio, Dolores Ruiz, Victor Runckel, Johnny Runckel, Phillip Russell, Ernest Russo, Ralph Ryan, John Saladino, Tony Sanchez, Robert Savoie, Arthur Scaglione, Lucy Scarcella, Mary Schabert, Frank fre llmen Scherer, Betty Schoepf, Burton Seavey, Frankie Shaffer, Tom Shipman, Herbert Shaun, Sarah Jo Sierra, Jerome Simon, Monte Sinardi, Sammy Singletary, James Sinsley, Suzanne Skaroulis, Mike Skipper, Jackie Sloan, Walter Slovensky, Joe Smith, Charles Souto, Joe Spacone, David Spencer, June Stauch, James Stenstrom, Joe Stepp, Johnny Stivender, Frederick Strickland, Jerry Swartz, Bruce Swindoll, Alva Swingley, Marie Swirbul, Bob Taaffe, Robert Tatum, Cyrus Thompson, Richard Tomas, Wilfred Toselli, Natali Traina, Frank Traina, Salvatore Umstead, Robert Urtel, Bruce Valdes, Steve Valdez, lshmael Vazquez, Wilfred Vetrano, Katherine Viera, William Villar, Sally Voye, Jerry Wacaser, Marion Waldman, Estella Walegorski, Wally Walker, Virginia Walker Nancy Walker Robert Watkins, Benjamin Weary, Lora Weatherford, Yvonne Wells, Williams Wheatley Bernard Ellis Wheeler, Betty Wheeler, Bryson Wilkinson, .loe Williams, Harold Williams Robert Wilson John Wilson, Wfslter Walberf, Richard Wolfenbarger, Fred Wood, Ronald Worden Larry Ul'I'I1CI'l Ygual, Angel Youdis, Frank Young, Sylvia lppolifo, Frances Q W vzaiwwwww 9 ex , aw V. sag. hx. 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Boland, Donald . . . . .195 Brumlield, Roy . . .195 Caltagirone, Jenny . . 173 Bolton, Lena . . ..... 195 Bruns, Janet . .... 189 Calvin, Betty . . . . . . 173 Borbidge, John . . ...... 57 Bryan, Robert . . . . .89, 189 Cambas, Earl . . . . . . .48, 201 Bosworth, William . . . 89, 91, 104, 195 Bullard, Patricia . . . . 50, 141, 201 Capitano, Mary Jo ........ 38, 189 Bowman, Russell .......... 201 Burger, Audrey . . . . . 138, 189 Capitano, Michael . . . 54, 55, 56, 59, 128, Boyd, Carl .... . . 50, 130, 145, 173 Buria, Alfred . . . . . 173 138, 141, 145, 162, 163, 165, 166, 174 Boyd, David ........ 134, 167, 187 Burley, Boyd . . ..... 201 Capitano, Sam . ....... 195 Boyd, Robert ...... 115, 117, 130, 173 Burns, Edward . . . . . . 130, 189 Caplinger, John . 50, 58, 59, 132, 195 Braithwait, Jo Jeanne . ..... . 173 Busselle, Donald . . . . .141, 189 Caporice, Peter . . . . . . . . 202 Bransford, Daisy K .......... 201 Buzbee, William . . .... 201 Cappolino, Camille ...... 57, 61, 141, Branslord, Daisy Pauline .... 57, 138, 195 Byars, David . . . . . 48, 201 145, 164, 174 Brenner, Robert .... . . . 141, 201 Caravella, James . . 128, 167 Brewer, Russell . , . ..... 201 Cagno, Anna . . . . . . 124, 141, 195 Caraway, Mitchell . . . . . 202 Brown B. 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E5EEEESEE...1 0 MZ E M 212iif1fj5igig121f1if'4 0 r.f.2.2.1.,.:.:.5,5.5.: 3 f1?1?fflQ o 0 FROM Y AN 0 O nx.nc'rR1C COMP ' O L O ' o 0 SQQQIE, 5QEQElElElilQl2Q3'l ifsggzgsgfgegfgagagagsgagagegi O D y 0 0 wi D O O 9 voul Au.-sucrllc sllvnu 0 H GDO4 O O O O4 104304 YO O O O O DOI 101 O O O O O O O D 0 O O' 'Od UQO' 'O O O O O4 'O O O C O 301 Q UPC' 'O O O O C O O O 0 O 'Ol Q 9 ' 9 ' 6 Congratulations O 5 Congratulations to the Q O Class of 1955 0 O MCRAE DON UTS O . P O O Florida Growers ress Gfdhd Cellffdl AVEINIB 0 o 0 Phone 8-8319 0 0 OF ALL KINDS 0 TAMPA, FLORIDA 9 Q 1306 Grand Central Tampa, Fla. 5 . 5 5 8 'O O 0 O O O O O O O Of focg Q 'Of O O 0 O O O O O 0 Ol 'Od 215 your student index . Carraway, Mary . . Carson, Ralph , . Carter, Lucretia . Carter, Robert . . Casey, ldamary . . Castellano, Nick . Castellano, Ralph . Centinaro, Mary Ann Cesario, Michael . Chambless, James . Charles, William . Chatlos, Richard . Cheek, Cecil . . Chernals, Virginia , Chicado, Fred . . . Chisholm, Billy . . .....161 195 . . . .50, 144,189 202 f f ns, 'I23,'I45, . . . . .141,145, ....86 . . 98, 99, .....148, . . .72, 73, 86, r Ciccarello, Peter . Cinnamon, Ronald . Clark, Charles . . Clark, Donald . . Clark, Patricia . . Clarke, William . . Clawson, Sterling . Clements, Anno . . Cleotelis, Hermes . Clesi, Jimmie . . . Cline, Velma . . . Cobbey, Maxwell . Cochran, Ava , . . Cochran, Bruce . . Coker, Austin . . Colditz, William . . . . . . . . . . 202 Collentine, Thomas . . . . . . . . . 48, 49, 147, 202 Collett, Edward ..... . . . . . . . . . . 144 Collins, Walter . . . . . . . . . . . . .Z02 Colvard, ReginaId.12, 73, 85,5105 . .202 Conda, Andrew ....... . . . 64, .ZJ2 Conklin, Calvin 189 . . . Come, Giorlondoi. '. ioi, 'IolI -106 , .119, Cooper, Joseph ...... I. . . . . Corces, Violet ..... . . . ,141, Corliss, shines ..,. 94, 96, 110 . . . Correll, Sally ........ 48, Cory,Joseph......... Costa,Danny......... 195 195 168 189 . ....... 141 Cortino, C. Tony ...... . 202 . 202 100, 101, 140, 202 Cothern, Doris . . . 110, 119, 142, 195 . CouIter,Alma .... 134 12 106 111 148 145 148 Christmas, Jerry . ..... Cole, Darrell . . ....... 195 Coutcher, Frank ..... . . . Church, Lois . . , . . 142, 148, Cole, Richard . . . . 130, 195 Cox, Josephine , . . 50, 119, 148, 158 tornpo, 100 yeors young symbolizes . . Q01 PO 0 O O 'Of DOG 101 x04 :Os P04 O 2 'DO' H01 'Os ,Ol 201 10 O O O O 04.201 ' WONIT YOU 6 .,.... 0 PIANO 1 0 For Over 40 Years-Suppliers of 5 M I 0 CIGARS -1 ' CIGARETTES O lf- , O PIPE AND SMOKERS ACCESSORIES H ' 0 CANDY - CUM 0 I I Q RAZORS- RAZOR BLADES I 0 PAPER eooos-AEE KIISIDS O ,,.,, A MATCHES 0 0 I ELI WITT O STEINWAY. cI-IIcKERINe ' 0 WURLITZER. FISCHER 1 Q MUSETTE 8: WINTER I 0 W 106 E. TYLER sr.. TAMPA Y 0 M24 504 S.FLORlDA.LAKEL. -.oI 0 TAMPA' Fl'oRlDA 5 52" 1323 MAIN sr..sARAsoIA as 'Of O O O O O O O O O Of H03 'Of O 'Of IO' YO' 'Of IO' 'Os 'O' PO O PO EO' PO O O O O O O O O O Q UDOS PO O O O O O O O O O 104 5 Compllments of 6 Congratulations! O Tam a Dru Com an 0 P 9 P Y O Tampa Armature Works O Wholesale Druggists and Manufacturing O M S O Chemists Since 1906 0 401 S' organ heel. 0 HOME OF LYCO-BO-ROL 9 TAMPA' FLoRlDA 0 K 'OL-.JOE O O O O O O O O Of ,042 'Of O O O O O O O O O Of 1062 216 your student index Crabb, Ralph . . . . . 174 Davis, Harold . . . +.8, 137, 189 Denham, Wayne . . . . . . Crocker, Stanley . . .... 130, 189 Davis, Howard . . . , . 202 Dial, Bill . . , . . . , . . Crofton, Curtis . . .48, 104, 202 Davis, Hubert , . .... . 202 Diaz, Jesse ...,..... 105, 132, Crosby, James . . . .48, 137, 189 Davis, James C. . ...., . 202 Dickey, Franklin ..... . . . . . Crull, Penelope . . . . 142,148 202 Davis, James P ...,.... 72, 86, 202 Dickson, Nancy ........ . . . Cruz, Juan .... ..... 2 02 Davis, Jesse . . . 72, 73, 85, 128, 175. DiStefano, Henry . 61, 104, 106, 126, 162, Cuervo, Gerardo ...... 103, 134, 175 Davis Ronald . . ....... 202 Dobbs, Bruce ...,....., 140, Cunningham, Edmund ........ 130 Davis, Sylvia . . . . . 39, 49, 119, 195 Donnelly, John ........ . 128, Curry, Joyce . 50, 59, 124, 137, 141, 144 189 Dawson, William . ..... 155, 175 Dorado, Cynthia . . . . . . Cuscaden, Frances ..... 137, 144, 171 Day, William . . ...,.. 202 Doran, William . . . . 46, 47 Cuscaden, Margaret ......., 168 DeBolt, John . . ..... 145, 202 Doub, Carolyn . . . . . . . Cutro, Joseph ..... 105, 132, 145, 202 Dee, Douglas . . . ....... 202 Doub, Shirley .... . . . . . Delgado, lris . . . .49, 110, 111, 202 Dougherty, Richard . . . . . . . . Dallas, William . ...... 189 Delibertis, R:b:rt . . 104, 106, 126, 196 Downie, Charles . . . . 72, 86, 88 D'Amato, Nancy .....,.. 120 173 DelValle, Aida . . ....... 202 Drew, LeRoy . . . . . . . Daniel, Dale ........,... 202 DelValle, Angel . . ....... 202 Dristle, Ronald . . . . 128, Darrow, Beverly . . 94, 96, 110, 111, 142 148 Denham, Mildred . . . 50, 144, 196 Duato, Peggy . . . . 142, 148, prog ress, culture, ond environment QOH 'O O !OL..2OC JO D D04 U04 104 O O E QCk..4CK. ,, C'4.-4OC.i2O4 O O O O O O DK 13 Q A Q ' o 6 P 0 L 0 Compliments of O 9 o O O 6 o O O O Compliments O 0 O O O O DRUG COMPANY O Q O of O O O O 0 "Tampa's Largest and Finest Drugstore" 0 Q O H O L U M 0 O Q O 0 Franklin and Twiggs Streets 0 O O O B A K E R Y O O TAMPA, FLORIDA 0 O O 0 O O O O 0 Also a Madison Drug Store in Sarasota O O 0 Q and Clearwater O O 9 9 9 5 6 6 Oo ,Q O 0 0 Q Q 0 0 0 O Q. ,QC Q so- o o o o o o o o o o ,oc FQ: ,Q Q Q Q O Q O 0 0 0 pggig OC- 101 -Of -OK 404 101 304 O4 IO' 404 -O4 DCL 0 Q Q Q Florida State Theatres E V - 1 Pl f 53 Operating Q 0 Martin s ,ji Pharmacy TAMPA L O 9 1 PALACE 0 O FLORIDA I ' ' SEMINOLE 0 446 W. Lafayette Street 9 LJ GARDEN E O J SPRINGS O O 0 HILLSBORO DRIVE-IN f O Phone in 0 wof of -af wo- wo- -ot for ,of wo' fo- wotzna 9 9 6204 304 O4 'Ol ,Of 504 ,OK IOC D04 ,Of-'?O4 ,Of H , 5 U PATRONIZE owe ADVERTISERS . . Q O n 3 wo o o o o o o o o o of :adn 0 wo- fo: fo- fox ,of fo- -of io- wo- wo o wocf 217 202 175 189 202 190 190 202 196 176 145 190 203 203 203 203 195 203 your student index . . . Durand, Rosalie. . 110, 115, 116, 124, 162, 163, 164, 176 Duray, Edward . . . Duryea, Doris . . Duval, Doris . . Eagan, Alvord .... . . . . .l04, Ebsary, Eleanor , 54, 55, 110, 115, 116, 118, 72, 73, 86, 190 .138,164,176 . . . . . .46 128 142, 162, 163, 165, 166, 176 Englehardt, Horace English, Thomas . Enos, Thomas . . . Erk, Louise . . . Espino, Roland . . Ettaro, Anthony , . Eustace, Robert . . 162, 177 135, 132, 137,'145,-155, . . . 177 Fernandez, . 128, 177 Fernandez, Fernandez, 64, 100, 101, 203 . 120, 196 Fernandez, 190 Ficcorrotta, 203 Ficcorrotta, Fink, Catherine Ann ........ Joe . .. ..105, Mercedes ........ Josephine .....,.. Vilma . 43, 49, 110, 120, 142 Dominic ........ Sam .......... Fink, Mary ...... 119, 142, 152, Finney, Eunice ......... 142, 1 Edwards, Dania , . . ...... 203 Felentzer, Christian ....... 128, 190 Fisher, Charles . 57, 61, 64, 128, 142, 144 Edwards, Nadine . . . ..,.. 196 Felicione, Constance . . 40, 41, 54, 62, Fisher, Kenneth .... . . , . . Egan, Eleanor . . . 148, 176 156, 194, 196 Fitzgibbons, Jackie . 33, 35, 3 37, Ehle, Robert . . . . ..... 196 Melicione, lda . , .42, 44, 48, 49, 54, 124, 148, 190 Eikeland, James . . . ..... 203 Fernandez, Celestino . . . 105, 141, 147, Foley, Nancy .... . . . . . . . Eisele, William . . . ....,. 196 Fernandez Emilio ..,,...... Follweiler, Alvin . . 64 Ellis, Joy ....., 116, 123, 142, 148, 190 Fernandez, Holanda ...... Fonte, Angelo . . . Elsberry, Ruth . . . ..... 176 Fernandez, Humbert , . Frazier, Joe . . . . . . . . Emkens, Robert . . ,..... 203 Fernandez Arthur . . Friedman, James . . . . 46, 47 tampa centennial T04 O O O O O O O O O4 104 '04 Q04 no +'C 0 O O O47iQ4 O4 :Og-401 304.0 A J 9 9 9 O 9 S T U D E B A K E R O O O Q c A R s T R u c K s , O , 2 V Corigratulatlormsl 0 O O J A 0 We repair all makes cars 81 trucks 9 O 0 O O 2 Body Repairs 81 Painting Ph. 8-1577 0 O O :J Tailor-made Seat Covers Ph. 8-5719 0 4 0 O O See our used cars O o O O 1307 Grand Central O O O C O 9 O OLUMBIA FELLOWS MCTOR Q 0 5 o O 0 COMPANY INC O ' ' O RESTAURANT O O O O 813 Grand Central Avenue O O 0 5 Phone 8-5301 Tampa, Florida 5 O O A 9 A 9 6 5 Q ,0. 0 Q 0 f-101 O 0 0 ,Of O ,CCL 0 o o o o o o o o o o of foci 4 , r-+ 4 , 1 Q wo -of ,of for :of vol for -os vo: wo of QQO O O O O O O O O O O OL xg LCFO 3 V , 5 4 0 ,, COmp,,me,,, 0, O SOUTHERN DAIRI ES if O 1 O an Central Truck Lines, lnc. 2 O O O O O Jackson and Governor O 0 TAMPA, FLA. 5, O 0 A 9 s 5 5 8' so4 o o o o o o o orioc o rod? 0 o o o o o o o o o 0 of 106 218 I your student index . . . Fulford, Eleanor . . .... 190 Giaccobbe, Louis . . . . 72, 86, 203 166, 178 Fuller, Harold . . . . 48, 196 Gillett, Lyndal . . . . 148, 196 Graves, Glenn . . . . 117, Furgalak, Howard . . . 169 Giunta, Joe .,.. . . . 203- Graves, Sylvia . . . . . Glochick, Joseph . . . ...... 190 Greco, Dick . . . . . . . Gaddy, Joyce .... .... 2 03 Godward, James .......... 178 Greco, Joseph . . . . 104, Galbreath, Mabel . . 142, 203 Godwin, Shelby . . . .... 148, 203 Greco, Valentine . .... . . 145, Gallogly, James . ...... 203 Goldsmith, Dean. .54, 104, 128, 144, 162, Green, Milton . . . . . . . . . Gamble, Claude ...... 203 164, 166, 178 Greene, Theodore . 72, 73, 77, 86, Gambrell, Robert 72, 73, 75, 86, 203 Gonzalez, Armando . .... 126, 196 134, 147, 157 Garcia, Henry . . . 72, 73, 86, 196 Gonzalez, Jack . . . . . 190 Greenway, Daris . . . Garcia, Inez , . 110, 111, 145, 203 Gonzalez, Joe . . . . . 141, 196 Greenwood, Julia . . . . . . Garcia, Jerry .... ..,... 2 03 Gooding, Charles . . ...... 203 Grey, Bernard . . . . . . . . . Garcia, Jesus .... ....... 2 03 Gooding, Shirley . . . . 141, 144, 203 Grey, Estell . . . . . . . . . . Garcia, Peggy . . 38, 48, 110, 120, 137, Gragg, Clarence . ..,.. 196 Griffin, Marian . .... 142, 152, 156 142, 190 Graham, James . . ........ 203 Griffin, Raymond ...... . . Garcia, Rosaline .... 177, 196 Graham, John ..,. . . . 48, 137, 203 Grillo, Louis . . . . . . . . . . Garcia, Sylvia . . . 110, 120, 196 Granda, Frank .......... 128 Gristock, Russell . . . Gay, Thomas . . ...,.. 190 Grant, George .... 55, 104, 115, 162, 165, Gross, Edward . . . . tampa, the cu tural center gpm o o o o ,of -0- fo- fo- wo- 2 Fo- sg. ,O. ,O 0 0 0 0 Q Q 0 ,0. 2 0 Compliments of 5 5 0 , , O Fernandez 81 Garcia 0 Lyons Fertilizer Co. O 0 C O Established 30 years O "Your Friendly Department Store" 0 0 O O TAMPA' FLORIDA Broadway at 15th Street 0 Box 310 0 0 6 fs 5 Q V01 O O O O O O 0 O O O wodll 'O O O O O 0 O O O O O1 E09 Q04 O O O O O O O O O O 'Of 0' 'O O O O 1 1 E Q 0 O O 0 0 0 O Q I . O L A N I E R S D MARTINEZ-ALLEN 0 0 O Q . . Prescription Center O FLORISTS O o 9 "Where Pharmacy is a Profession" 0 Phone 8-40814 0 Q 1204 so. Dale Mabry Phone 8-73111 9 1902 W- Platt Street O 9 TAMPA, FLORIDA 5 TAMPA, Fl-URIDA 0 6 S 3 Q ,of o o o o o o o o o o -od! lo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O- 'OU 6901 -or v0 o for of of o :of o o ,of Q 0' ' Q 9 , 9 9 V Gene 81 Ray s Garage Q 6 O BODY AND PAINT SHOP V 1? sazo E. BROADWAY - TAMPA - PHONE 4-375s f O CARS PAINTED 5 FACTORY BAKED IN WORLD'S o FINEST BAKING OVEN O Wfe Have the Finest Equipment in the South O O ONE DAY SERVICE 9 18 Months Guarantee O 6 THIS IOB WORTH 3100.00 OR MORE 5, Q -of wo- vo- -0- vol fo- fo: wo- fo- fo- o ,og 219 o ,Q an ,0. -of Q ,O ,0. Q. ,Q. 400 West Lafayette Street Opposite Tampa University , O Tampa 6, Florida o SILKS o WOOLENS Q Q RAYONS o DRAPERY FABRICS ' Q COTTONS o NOTIONS Q PATTERNS 0 IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC , Phone 87-2821 H sg 0 30. ,gi so. ,gt ,QE ,of so. Q 0. ,QCQ your student index . . . Guaglairdo, Johnny . . . . 196 Harrell, Sue . . ........ 203 Hillier, Margaret . . . . 147 Guerard, Sylvia . . . .... 178 Harte, Charles . ..,. 72, 73, 78, 86, 203 Hillier, Robert . . . . . . Hatfield, Donald ...... 141, 147, 203 Hines, Stanley . . . . 104, Haasl, Warren . . . . . 48, 137, 190 Hause, W. Raymond ......... 203 Hirsch, Miriam . . . . Hadden, Thomas . ..... 203 Hayes, Dorothy .... . . 196 Hoffheins, Gilbert . . . . Hagin, Henry . . . . 203 Hayes, Margaret ..., , . . 204 Holcomb, Dorothy . . . . . . . . Hagin, Phyllis . . . .... 203. Henriquez, Theodore . . . . . 196 Holcomb, Ira . . . . . . . . . . Hallock, Nancy . . ..... 178 Herford, William . . . ..,.. 204 Holland, John . . . 100 101, 105, 130 Hamby, Charles . . . ...... 203 Hernandez, David . . . . 104, 204 Hoopingarner, Nancie . . . . . . . Hamer, Myron .... . . . 50, 64, 203 Hernandez, lrene . . . ..... 204 Hoover, Woodrow . . . . . . . . Hamilton, Raymond . ..... 190 Hernandez, Manuel . . . . 137, 196 Hoppe, George . . . . . . . . . Hampton, Charles . . .... 64, 203 Herndon, Donald . . ...... 79, 204 Hoskins, Richard . . . . 100 101 Hampton, Doris . . ....... 203 Herric,k John ....,,.... 88, 204 Howell, F. Albert . . . . 105, 130 Hancock, Mildred ..... 94, 95, 148, 196 Hewlett, Joseph .... 100, 101, 128, 196 Howell, Lawrence . . . . 104, 140 Hanna, Helen . , . ....... 190 Hickey, Joan .... 61, 110, 119, 141, 145, Howes, Douglas . . . . . . . Hanna, John .,,...... 72, 86, 190 163, 164, 179 Huffstutler, Patricia . . . Harding, Barbara ..... 43, 46, 144, 203 Higdon, Joe ....... 64, 66, 130, 196 Hughes, William . . . . Harper, James . . . . . 104, 128, 169 Hillebrand, Woessner ........ 196 Hurley, Rosemary . . . 145 . of floridds west coast 504 O O O O O D O O O O D04 Q fill YO O O O O O O O O O UO E 9 ' 9 ' 5 Best WISIIES 0 6 O o O 0 O ., WOLFE BROTHERS 0 0 J. E. SALTZ O o 0 0 , O Franklin and Zack sheets O V Footwear for Young America O 0 Q 0 9 Q TCITIPG sf. Pefefsbllfg a 5 6 Q for o c o o o o o o o o ,od Q-wo: fo oc..fo' o o o o o o o sod' Qpot o 0 0 O o O 0 o o o for 2 gpm c or :ct Qoggof for for wot :of 0 :of Q 9 A EXCLUSIVE FASHIONS FOR o O ' O ff HAYMAN JEWELRY CO. 0 THE NEW SEASON O O 9 826 Franklin Street 0 F A L T E R l S 0 The House of Great Values O 9 D 0 V . . .. . I l I' - I' SSES 9 Diamonds, Watches, Silverware, Television, O 9 ne y e O 6 Radios and many other National Gift Items Q 5 Hosiery-Lingerie-Custom Bridal Accessories 5 Custom Millinery-Remodeling 0 FINE JEWELRY 9 9 9 , 450 W. Lafayette Ph. 8-6512 V 6 3 6 9 Q'fof o o o a o o o o o o bod! Q so- ,of -of fo- or o of'-Sw YO- ,Of -Of -OU for o o o o o o o o o o wof E Gpo- :of :of :o- so ,of for fo- wo- 10- 'Of fO E 9 A 9 , AYRES DINERS . , HEART JEWELRY co. Q O V DIAMONDS-WATCHES-PRECIOUS STONES 5 O 9 Appraisals Q 24 HOUR SERVICE 9 0 Watch and Jewelry Repairing 9 "C t'f' d G I ' t " 0 603 Vg Lafayette Street O 0 er ', le emo 09,5 S 9 Registered Jewelers O 4603 Fl0"ld0 Avenue 9 9 American Gem Society 9 Sq, Dgle Mqbry O 6 W. Ldfdyeffe a O . ' TAMPA, FLORIDA V . 6 V 0 8' fo- o o o o o o o o o o mcg EL vof 0 O 'Of ,Of 'O' 'O' 'O' '0 0 0' OJ 220 1 1 1 your student Hutchison, R. D. . Hylton, Alan . . lppolito, lppolito, Charlie . Angelo . lppolito, Frank . . lppolito, Frances . Ippolito, Salvatore Izzedon, Selma . Jacoby, James, LeRoy . Irvin . . Janasik, Dave . . Jasinski, Zygmont Jesmer, Wilbur . . Johnson, Janice . Johnson, Joyce . . Johnston, Catherine index . 105, 107, 130 .jlaa 141,. . . 88, 104, 128, . . .145, 148 ....148, 1 1 1 97 1 97 204 204 1 97 208 204 1 97 204 1 97 1 90 170 204 204 204 1 90 Johnston, Jean . Johnston, Richard Jordon, Ernest . Jutras, Beatrice Kagee, Arthur . Kah, Thomas . , Kampfmueller, Carl ......... Keene, Shirley . 54, 59, 61, 94, 95, 96, l1l,142,162,188,190 Kelley, Charles . Kickler, Howard King, Tommy . . Knight, Joseph . Kobernat, Arleigh Koch, Charles . Kresge, Edward . Krohn, Betti . . ample coverage by radio, . . .130, . . . . 197 Kuenzi, Mary . . . , . . . 144, 197 Kushmore, Diane . . . . 141, 204 . . 50, 204 Labruzzo, Peter . Lamb, Glenwood . 197 Lamb, Jack . . . 204 Larson, Robert, 190 Lazzara, Pat . 110, Leal, Bob .... 204 86, 157, 191 204 Leeper, Gilbert . . l 134 Lenosky, Andy . . . . . 72, 86, 204 Leon, Gerald . . 197 179 197 170 Leon, Lionel . Leto, Philip . . . Lewis, Bertha . Lewis, Karen . . ..'.140, .. newspaper and television . Leathers, Alvin . 72, 73, 75, 79, 80, 81, . . . . . 204 . , .110,120, 142 . .105, 132, 197 . . . .144, 190 . .59,141,170 . . . . . . . .190 . . . . . . . .197 . . . . . 48, 58, 204 83, . . . . . . 128, 197 . . 72, 86 . . . . . . .204 .204 .104,106,126,197 .191 1 sofed, .l48,'158, 204 ?Of O 104 v lOl ,Ol :DK 'Of D04 DO' YO' 3 QDO1 YO NOK P04 H01 YO' 204 ,Of ,Of D04 O 50' E A My Q E, ADAMS-MAGNON Q A 1l 'l'll" ll 1 1 11-1 -...'g' l W T O o O O :::: 0 V WATCHES 0 O 1' Sl'-VERWARE O 0 iii ZZ: ' Q O GLASS - CHINA - LUGGAGE O eg g, ,,,. .-.' - O 5 510 Franklin sf. Tampa 2, Fla. 9 0 gg 1 :IA2 , fi A Phones! 2-2455+-2-2079 . . Z., fzi 2 rzf: 9 3 O 111f4'41-- "'AA"""'4r' "" O ,O O ,D OL ,Od O 6 6301 was 104 ,oi ,of o fo- ,ot ,ol -of xo- for 2 O 0 BOATS AND O 9 Q BOATTRAILERS 5 O O 0 Prescriptions Filled-Lenses Duplicated 0 . lEg5lIlIl?l,XilENT I 0 O Frames Styled and Repaired O , 0 O Phone 24-5381 O O , 5, 622 Tampa Street Q ,ohm , " TAMPA, FLORIDA V Growth With 9 9 Q Tampa ,Am at wmmm 5 O GEORGE E. LYONS , r-11 A 6 5 C- ,O, O D ,O O, ,O ,oi ,cu O O ,O ,od Q v0 o o wo- wo- Ao- -of ,of v0 o o- fog go, O O ,o, ,O, ,OK ,OK ,ok ,ol D O jo, E goof wo o o a o o o o o 0 Ao- E 6 CONGRATULATIONS 5, 6 Compliments of 5 1955 GRADUATES O . .. O Tea Pot Dome Cleaners an O Mccclslull Clothmg Co' O O . . 105 MADISON O O "Clothes That Satisfy" O O 1 Hour-3 Hour-1 Day Service 0 O 604 Tampa Street O PRESSING WHILE-U-WAIT Phone 2-329? O O Open -Saturdays until 2:00 P.M. 9 O Tampa 2' Flomla Q FO' O4 HCI PO' ,Of ,Of YO! F04 YO' YO' O POC5 a YO O O O O4 O O 164.204 ,O O' 'OE 221 your student index . Liberman, Mitchell Lima, Jesus . . . Linares, Manuel . . Lipsey, Leslie . . Liptak, William . Little, Robert . . Lobato, Manuel . . Lobo, Richard . . LoCicero, Anthony Lombard, William Lopez, Jose . . . Lopez, Norma . . Lopez, Sylvia . . Lovely, Robert . . l57, l9l Lowder, James . Luddington, Betty Luis, Alice . . . . . .l28, . . .15,11, . . . . .l45, ' '1d4,'166,'1i6Q . . . . . . . .6-4, 73, 77, as, l28,' Lumsden, Barbara . Maddox, Patricia Matteo, Mario . . Malcolm, Linda . Malone, George . Mandese, Yolanda Mangrum, Raymond Maniscalo, Epifanio Maniscolo, Rose . . Mann, Lois . . . Mansell, Sanford . 84 Marcus, Andrew . . Mariani, Marietta Marr, Keith . . . Marrero, Arnullo Marshall, James . . Martinez, Arnold . .l44, . . . . . .64, 72, ae, 105, 134, ......l04, .......50, ,' s'e,'9i, '1 os, ' lil,- . . . .1o4,1os, . I '. 1z,'15, he' Martinez, Robert Martino, Gasper . Martoski, Robert Marzolf, William Mason, Betty . . Mason, Lawrence Mamas, James. .' f l06, l.l5, 1i1, i34,' Matthews James Manhmf Richard '. ' . ' . ' . ' . '1os,'1io,' Mayo,Angela . . Mayo, Eleanor . ........ll0, Mayo, James .... 72, 73, 76, 86, l28, .60, 6l, 63, . .l05, l30, ' 54.90091 205 205 l 91 l97 205 205 l 80 205 l 80 205 205 180 Mays, Doris ........... 48, 49 Meadows, David . 54, 55, 104, ll5, ll7, l64, 166, l80 Meeks, John . . Menendez, Hugo Menendez, Martha . . . . . . zos . . . .15z, l8l 49, 110, 120, 142 . . throughout the tompo boy oreo qos -o o o o o c o- :of ro- so- wo- 2 po- fo- xo- wo- ,of fo- xo o 0 o o of 2 6 Rinaldi Printing 6 6 0 Company Compliments of Z -ssiabrished 1905- 0 , 0 O 408 North Howard Ave. 0 O 0 9 TAMPA 6, FLORIDA 'P 0 9 Ei o o o o o o o o c 0 -cj 9 O 630- -0 o o o o o o o Q Q O U 9 O 0 K Compliments of O 0 ' O 0 l720 E. Hillsborough Ave. 0 6 Johnston Lithograph and Q 0 Phone 31356 0 0 Engraving Co 0 0 TAMPA, FLORIDA O Zi o o o o o o o o o o o -cj. 3- 0. O 0 0 O O 0 0 0 0, ,OCS go- o -0- fo- fo of -of -0- wo 40 o o Q 1930. ,O 0 O 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 ,o, Q 1 FOSTER - Move, INC. , A 5 0 ATHLETIC EQUIPDMENT 0 VALENCIA GARDENS O S P gvgohsflec' Qing D S " Established 1921 O 0 Rawlings Mfg. co. 9 SPANISH RESTAURANTS AND LOUNGE O 0 Distributors A. G. Spalding Bros. O 5 5p0f-Bilf Shoes O 805-8'l'l Grand Central Avenue O SCHOOL Business ouR SPECIALTY V 'heh' 3-3773 Q 111 E. Lafayette sf. Phone 2-2502 9 ff TAMPA' FLONDA 0 6 TAMPA 2, FLORIDA 3 5 6 Q '01 O 'O' 10' 'OK 'Of 'O' 'O' 'O' YO O 'Od Q Of O 0 0 O O 0 0 C O OK 'OJ 222 your student index . Menendez, Mike .... 104, 106, 115, 117, Nabors, Charles. . .98, 99, 104, 128, 191 130, 141, 144, 197 126, 191 Nava, Louis .... ........ 2 05 Nuxnoff, Kenneth . 72, 73, 86, 104, 107, Mercandante, Vincent ..... 72, 79, 205 Neads, Kenneth .......... 205 147, 197 Meredith, Aubrey .......... 205 Nelson, Kenneth .......... 191 Nuznoff, William . 72, 73, 86, 104, 107 Merrell, Wayne ......... 50, 191 Nettles, Lawrence ......... 205 Metcalf, James ........... 128 Neuman, Paul ...... 46, 105, 130, 197 0'Bresley, Louis ...... Meyer, Charles . 98, 99, 105, 130, 191 Newell, Joyce . . . 54, 61, 63, 64, 138, 142, Olsen, Donald . . . . . 58 Midulla, Leonora . ....... 50,205 162,188,191 Omichinski, Clem . . . . . . . . Miller, Andrew , , .,,,,,,. 205 Newman, Robert ....... 67, 100, 205 Onderko, Joseph ..... 72, 73, 86, Miller, Doris . . ..., 197 Nichols, Elmer . . .132, 140, 205 O'NeaI, John . . . . . . . . . Miller, Karl . . . . .140, 197 Nichols, Richard .......... 197 Onis, Zoraida . . . . . . . Miller, Margaret . .140, 197 Niles, William ...,....... 205 Orr, William . . ,... . . . Milo, Charles . . ........ 170 Nivens, Nanette . 50, 110, 115, 116, 142, Ortabella, Alice 110, 124, 142, Minahan, Walter ...... 105, 130 144, 197 Ortelli, Martin . . ..... . . Minahan, William 72, 73, 78, 80, 83, 86, Noland, Clara .........,. 205 Osborn, Walter . ..... 140 105, 147, 191 Noreiga, Fernando ......... 197 Osler, Ronald . . .72, 86, Miranda, Celestine ,,.,,, 126,197 Norman, Charles ......,... 205 Owens, Emmett . . . . . . Migell, William , ,.,, 205 Nundy, Charles . 47, 57, 59, 61, 63, 115, 117, Palladina, Philip . . . tIorida's west coast . . O01 -o o o o'h.1o- -o c o o o o o o o o o o o- -ocbor wo o o o- 'och ij 9 O O COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHS IN THIS ANNUAL O O BY Q O O 0 O S I N 9 S S T D I 0 0 0 O n 4602 Florida Avenue 0 O TELEPHONE 35-8721 TAMPA, FLORIDA 0 C O 0 PORTRAITS 0 WEDDINGS o COMMERCIALS O O O O O O O Q 0 P C ongratulatrons to the Graduating O I " Class of 55 O O 6 6 . 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Ramos, George . Randall, Lucia . Randazzo, Santo Raney, Terrence Ray, E. Dale . Read, Irvine . . Rece, Harrison , . land of sunshine I 1 1 1 f . . Q i1.37.,141 ...100 . . .88, 140 72, 86 There's ci "one and only" in refreshmenlytloo fix -1llll"""' somso UNDER Aurnomrv or me COCA-COLA COMPANY sv TAMPA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY ?Of 10 101 101 of :OL-not 104 -of 104 wot ,of E QDOQ 101 :of for :of for fo ,of O o o of E E 1. G RESTAURANT O 6 Del vane Brothers, inc. O 51 Louis Gout-Chris Gout O O LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL 2 "The best food at the lowest possible prices!" 5 0 , Member: , . 0 1 A I I Florida Lumber 81 Millwork Association Y Ask Chrls about our meal flckel plan O O Tampa Retail Lumber Dealers Association O 1 for the convenience of T.U. students. T I h 2 2791 U O 0 eep one - O LJ 202 W. Lafayette Street O Nebrqgkq gf Lafayette O T TAMPA: FLORIDA O TAMPA, FLORIDA QQJO LIOL. 204 O O O O O O D Ol P03 3 PO O O O O O O O O O YOL..2O'LQl 224 your student index . . . Reece, Richard . . ..,.,.. 137 Rogers, Alton . . . Runckel, Philip . . Reeves, Duche .......... 46, -'7 Rogers, Benjamin , Russell, Ernest . . . . 134 Reina, Sam ........, 105, 130, 206 Rogers, Cynthia . . . Russo, Ralph . . . . Reischmann, Barbara . . 115, 116, 123, 142, Rogers, Philip ......... Ryan, John . . . . 148, 182 Rogers, Rosemarie ....... Rimoldi, Nello . . . . . 72, 73, 86, 193 Roos, Mary . 54, 113, 125, 142, 152 Sabella, Dolores . . . 50 Roberts, Anna . . . . . 165, 182 Rosquete, Clara ...,.... Sabella, Fano . . . . . 50 Robertson, Janice . . . . 48, 64, 206 Ross, Gus . . . . . Sabella, Frank . . 9 Robinson, Gaylord . . ....... 206 Ross, Leslie . . .... Sadlak, Robert . . . . . 145 Robles, Barbara . . . 110, 111, 206 Ross, Phyllis . . . . . 119, 152, Saterstein, Albert 140 Roccaforte, Dominic . ....., 191 Rotolo, Jasper . , .84, 86, 105, Sais, Tom . . . 134 Rodi, Albert . . . ..... 206 Rotundo, Marie . . .... Saladino, Tony . 61 Rodley, Marie . . . . 206 Round, Samuel . . .... 145, Sampson, Virginia , Rodriguez, Celio . . . . 182 Royal, Roy . . . . Sams, William . 105 Rodriguez, Frank . . . . 206 Rubio, Dolores ......... 141, Sanchez, Mario . 126 Rodriguez, Gonzalo . . 48, 206 Ruiz, Victor ........., Sanchez, Robert . . Rodriguez, Richard . . 206 Rumore, D. Mickey . . 50, 110, 124, 141, Santa Cruz, Steven 145 Roemheld, Richard . . 206 Runckel, Jonathan ....... Savarino, Frances 141 . the year-round city . for o o o o o o o o o o xogzg Q01 so o o o o ogoor o oe.,cf ,Q 9 ' 1 - O O Compliments of 5 0 5 O O O Compliments of 0 Q Tampa Photo Supply Co. 9 O O Q 0 Q AI ' ' ' 0 O 510 fm. 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Stern, Edward . . ..... 198 Tamargo, Elvira ......... 50, 184 Tomasino, Paul . , . .48, 137, 145 Sthare, Curtis 1 . . ...... 183 Tamborello, Theresa ........ 198 Toselli, Natali . . . . . . . . . Stivender, Eugene . . . , . 48, 137, 198 Tata, Vincent . . 48, 64, 115, 117, 126, 198 Townsend, Faye . . . 120, 148 Stivender, Frederick . ...... 207 Tatum, Cyrus ............ 207 Traina, Frank ....... . . Stokes, Leonard . . . . . 50, 198 Taylor, Mary .... 142, 148, 152, 156, 198 Traina, Salvatore . . . . . . . Stollmayer, Joe . . . ....... 141 Taylor, Rayetta ,..,....... 141 Trousdale, Nancy . 64, 65, 66 116, Strange, Sarah ....,.,.. 124, 191 Taylor, William ,..... 105, 132, 198 148, 192 Strauman, Joan . 94, 96, 110, 111, 142, 198 Terry, Stanley . ...... 171 Tucker, Shirley. . 54, 94, 95, 110, Strickland, Jerry . . . . . .72, 86, 207 Tew, Herbert . . , ..... 198 142, 194, 198 Sumner, Gordon Ann . . . 110, 120, 198 Thisse, Lyla ........, 50, 123, 191 Turner, Alonzo ....... 48, 137 Sumner, Vivian . . . ...... 183 Thompson, Richard ......... 207 Turner, Carolyn . 58, 115, 116, 124, 142 Swartz, Daniel . . .... 207 Thrailkill, Martha . 50, 61, 119, 142, 148, 198 Turner, James ....... . . Swindoll, Alva . .... 207 Thury, Joseph ......... 130, 191 Swingley, Marie . . . 158, 207 Tidwell, Arthur .,..... 128, 144, 198 Umstead, Robert ...... . . Swirbul, Robert . . . 54, 207 Tiernan, John . . ..... 171 Urso, Ernest . . . . . 104, , 126 Tims, Lalah . . . .,.. 192 Urso, Frank . . . . , . . 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Wacaser, Marion . Wagner, Raymond Waldman, Estelle Walegorski, Wally Walker, Dorothy . Walker, Nancy . Walker, Robert . . . Watkins, Benjamin . . . . . 208 Wilson, Walter . . . Waters, Maida ......... 148, 185 Woitas, Gerald . . . . . . Watson, Mary ........... 199 Wolbert, Richard . . . . . . . 126, Waytovich, Nick . 72, 73 84, 105, 115, 117, Wolfe, Marie . . 39, 44, . . . . . . . .50, 134, 163, 165, 185 156, 162, 165, 185 . . . . . . . . Weary, Lora . . . . . . . . . . 110, 208 Wolfenbarger, Fred . . . . . . . . . . Weatherford, Marian . . . . . 94, 96, 208 Wood, Ronald . . . . . .98, 99, 104, 128, Webb, Wilson . . 64, 65, 67, 130, 138, 199 Worden, Lawrence . . . . , . . . . . Weigle, Robert . . . . . . . . . . . 185 Worley, Alvin . . . . . . . , . . . . Weinstock, Henry . . . . . . . . . 192 Wright, Carmen . . 110, , 47, 50, 105, 115, Wells, William . . . 208 Wright, Harold . . . . Wharton, Jackson . . 192 . . . , . . . . . Wheatley, Bernard . . . . 208 Yarnot, Peter . . . . 148, Wheatley, Ellis . . . 208 Yglesias, Aida . . . Wheeler, Betty Jo . . 208 Yglesias, Gloria . . . . . . 50, Wheeler, Carl . . . . . . . . . , 208 Yglesias, Manuel . . . . . . . . . . . . White, Helen . . . . . . . . . . . 199 Ygual, Angel . . . . . . . 44, 58, 61, 63, Whitley, Barbara . . 59, 110, 116, 124, 142, Ynes, Marcus . . . . . . . . . . . . 152, 156, 199 York, Norman . . . . . . 50, 64, 98, 99, Whyte, Priscilla . . 110, 115, 116, 120, 185 York, William . . . Wiley, Betty ........... 199 Youdis, Frank .... . ....... Wiley, Edgar ........... 91 Young, Sylvia . . . . . . . .104, 128, Wilkinson, Joe . . . . . 208 Yvars, Reynaldo. . .54 55 . . .... 148, Williams, Harold . , . . . 48, 208 . . ..... Williams, Kenneth . . . . . 192 Zalupski, Joseph , . .72 73 . . . Williams, Robert . . . . . 208 165, 186 . Williams, Roy . . . . . . . 199 . 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