University of Tampa - Moroccan Yearbook (Tampa, FL)

 - Class of 1967

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H 1,1'JA.13i1:. , 151151, 5' 111 1 - - - 1 --1 ' nh ,. l 1 ..f1 1, 1 , ' ' Q.. 31.45 li Jlgpl-L, L1-1: g.1..u:1' '- x zfiflgf : Zvi. - -YA . . 1 -11 11.11eggf1.L1 11.11 1' H.-.269-- - -lib AU- -1 - ' 1- Q1 -- v -- 1 ,1 ' wh A ...LH ,H 11 . ..,., 1.1144 . 141. .M ., .,- . -,A , 1 , MQRQCCAN 1967 University of Tampa Tampa, Florida CONTENTS OFFICIALS FACULTY HONORS ACTIVITIES ORGANIZATIONS CLASSES BEAUTY SPORTS ADVERTISING 11.1.1-E-I-I-I-M.E..lI 1 akxx Editor-in-Chief, Carmen Ann Gonzalez Business Manager, Eugene Bettenfield Published on Behalf of the Student Body for the University of Tampa Tampa, Florida We, at Tampa U., are indeed fortunate to have on our faculty a man of vast accomplishments, a man of many moods, and many talents, a lover of knowl- edge, who in the quest for excellence has found it. He is a true scholar, whose scholastic achievements have been many-he graduated magna cum laude from Washington College and then went on to get his M.A. and Ph.D. at American University. From there he be- came Supervising Clinical Psychologist on the Balti- more County Board of Education, Director of Special Education at Dillard University in New Orleans, assis- tant professor of psychology and General Counselor at the University of Hawaii, Chairman of the Gradu- ate Department in Psychology at MacMurray College, visiting professor at Johns Hopkins University, Re- search Psychologist at Spring Grove State Hospital in Satonsville, Maryland, and now he is professor and Chairman of the Psychology Department at the Uni- versity of Tampa. His honorary positions are many. While at the Uni- versity of Hawaii, he was made General Coordinator of the Teachers College, and president of the Ameri- can Association of University Professors. He is now vice-president of AAUP. He was named a Fellow of the Maryland Psychological Association, and the ln- ternational Council of Psychologists. He has been certified as a psychologist in the State of Florida. He is listed in Who's Who in Men of Science. He was founder and faculty advisor of Psi Chi at MacMurray College and Tampa U. His research proiect, "Effects of Thorazine on Social, Emotional and Intellectual Functioning of Catatonic Schizophrenics" was pub- lished by the American Psychological Association in 1957. In addition, he has contributed to American Journal Mental Deficiency, Psychological Reports, Journal of P-sychological Studies, Journal of Clinical Psychology and others. It is with great pride and affection that we, the stu- dents, dedicate the 1967 Moroccan to you . . . DR. CURTIS A. GILGASH , WET' A unique main building on the Hillsborough River is the focal point of activity on the University of Tampa campus. The sumptuousness of Moorish architecture can be seen in the delicate filigree of the arches and the bold minarets etched against the clear blue of the Florida sky. Patterned after the Alhambra, in Granada, Spain, it is said to be the most authentic example of Moorish architecture in North America. Designed by the famous architect, J. A. Wood, for steamship magnate, Henry Bradley Plant, it was once a fabulous winter resort, boasting such well-known visitors as Col. Teddy Roosevelt, Clara Barton, Richard Harding Davis, and Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant. l 7 1. 1,w ,sx 1 ,. .,,gwj?1'j . 1 111 4.4-1 11 1 11 if . . ,. ,' -. ' -QU, A1 , H . . -.-,., , , .1 . y 1 ' ' .::'1 ' 1 I . f 11 111 1 gif- 1 "' , ' ,. " -AG" 111 "" ' C"' lM"',M,w ,I r,,11 11r11,,11,L ,.,,11,w1"' W111111111f1111.1':X11w 1111 ,,,'2. ," I Q 11111 11 ,, ,M 1 1,,,1 N1M.11, ww 1 ww M1 1111 11Mw1N5?S,, W1 Mum ,,,,,,,1111,h,.111 1 ,111111111111M-M1111: -W...-1-' 1 vw ,A MW , H 1,:1:w111,'w1 Mb .MW , MW111,G,1mw1W 15 MW,T,,,111m,,11W11111.w1111 ,, 11 11I1.11111,w11, WW-. ,1- -19 1 11111111111. 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Dr. David Delo, president of the University, delivered an impressive formal address, "The Other Side of the Coin." Honor stu- dents, recipients ot the Freshman Borden Prize and Crown Zellerbach Award were cited. Mr. Victor Huborn Northcutt was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws. g QQ'- ,, I E- i,,.'E.c1 Begun by the Pajama Parade, down Tampa's business district, the first party week-end of the year reached a climax of unprecedented excitement with the football team's smashing vic- tory over Bowling Green of Ohio. Fol- lowing the game, the students cele- brated at a victory dance. However, then disaster struck-Dean DeCarlo announced that "as a result ofthe dis- graceful conduct of our students dur- ing this event" the traditional Pajama Parade would cease. And that's that. si- . ' 1 V yr , 'I Q4 L, , 51, 1 ' I , 1 Y H Y, L 1.fi.M-:rm - I., w, Swv. F, W , fdswm. w X 'Q , ,Mi Y w .gawk -1 xzfffsffs - 2 w X If .M ,aff I in af? .JT Q f., . nv ' ' 'S M , ' fi-ml , 1 v Registration-this word brings terror into the heart ot every student at the University. To the students it means three days of unparalleled panic and hysteria, unequaled by any natural disaster. To the administra- tion it means the same thing, only more days of it. Who can forget this year's confusion? The students didn't think it was possible, but this registration was worse than last year's. Remember how the Freshmen knocked down the door to the Dome room trying to get in. Remember all the Freshmen who were block registered, very smoothly except for the tact that they had two classes meeting at the same time. And re- member Mr. Fernandez's comment when he heard about it-"Machines don't make mistakes." And re- member the Add-and-Drop line, almost impossible to find the end of it. Everyone tries to forget-but nobody ever can. www 1 wwwsg ms. ,... ,N Classes are held from eight in the morning un- til ten at night, and range in size from the giant mass lectures in philosophy and political science to seminar sessions in aesthetics. But because Tampa U. is a small private college there is by far a greater number of small classes. Our fabulous Western Civilization Corridor on the second floor of what is now Plant Hall houses most of our humanities courses. These rooms were completely refur- nished and stocked with art pieces, and histor- ical mementos by public spirited groups and individual donors, who share the students' love forthe university. Our latest acquisition is the MacDill Room, donated by the Air Force, sta- tioned at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa. ,, ., 12' " ,.v ,, n z" '- ,,!L Hn eg-twig if Wvi 1 X ..i.f:-gvr--- .A , 1 1- IV c 'Ari 32 .fa f l . v-X x., -Q, 21 l r k . . r 1 - . . ,hu H, nn mb Q m u u Q n - - RWM X w w w mr gf ,mfzffezfwffszffe . ,w.f5Z,M5z .LD, .L ,, Q Q 1 fe' f . My . hi "nv 1 ' E- 1 4 ,-5:5 1 ' 2,1 N. J -7-su i V ll w I, 1 ms: ug 2 if .S , ff. fa 1 .. an fx A ri 5 Wo. ,,., 151-9- -g-Q,-6 1' wa. .iunnL., If SQ.- -.wafw uf- 1' f 'L A.. . 111 v 3, lima 1-T ra: '1 1 , , 13' 1 1 1 ' 1 T11 , .1.1Q?,, M1 ,mn . - ' "Q 1 0 H 44' ie 4. . A, r. E I tl J 'Egg .a11'1'f31'm ' se .. T.-5 :-- 11- .--2.1F!2il,, F? Fi ri is ., . . The clock radio goes on-you turn over, one eye opens, and The first thing you see is your roommate sleeping peacefully. You stagger out of bed cmd try really hard to be quiet-but you fall over your room- mates shoes, books, your own shoes . . . you swear, she mumbles . . . the day begins. ln between classes you hurry back To the dorm before your counselor sees the unmade bed. You crawl through the mob waiting for the mail-The elevator is full so you end up climbing The stairs to your floor. After your bed is made, you Think about reading over your history- but The record player across The hall is on so loud you cannot concentrate, if you ask her to Turn iT down, she'll get mad, and since you want to borrow her blouse for Tomorrow, you decide to forget about his- tory. In The afternoon you want To Take a rest-but your roommate is Typing a paper, plus you are wait- ing for a call, and since no one else will answer The phone, you do . . . why does The party on The phone always want The girl at The other end of The hall? AT night you study until The record player across The hall goes on-but Then you were going to Ayres any- how. After curfew, you wash your hair, iron clothes for Tomorrow, listen to The latest dirt about The girl down The hall, set your clock radio, Then go to bed. K K I F-X 23 f' 253353556 QQ I J I X 1 X. M5 Q , , u 9 , H I v X Q HH we ff . .,. v 5 if' , ,:,V X R w y u, r , H 1 5 i qw 1. l , 3 ,.1,,..11n'f!"ST? IW? f Mrs. Delo Dr. David M. Delo A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D., l..L.D. 26 President and Mrs. David M. Delo 1.. 4 lag "--1, Mrs. Scourtes, Project Secretary, shows Dr. Delo the calendar of events for the year. Assuming ottice July 1, 1958, Dr. Delo became the fifth president of the University of Tampa. Educator, author and geologist, he came to Tampa from Staten Island, New York, where he had been president of Wagner College since 1952. Prior to that he held administrative posts during and after World War ll with various Federal and private agencies in Washington. Completing his undergraduate work at Miami COhioi University in 1926, he was elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa. In 1928, he received the M.A. degree from the University of Kansas, and in 1935, the Ph.D. from Harvard University. After teach- ing for some 15 years in various middle western colleges and universi- ties, he began his administrative career during World War ll. He was awarded the Certificate of Merit by the Department ot the Army in 1946 for his work with war agencies. A contributor of numerous articles to technical and educational iournals, Dr. Delo is also the co- author of Years of This Land 09431 and Scientists in Uniform 09481. The latter work is the only comprehensive report on the employment and utilization of our scientists and. engineers by the Armed Forces during World War ll, In 1954, Dr. Delo received the Erasmus Haworth Distinguished Alumni Award from the Department of Geology, Uni- versity of Kansas. He has been awarded the honorary degrees of Doc- tor ot Science by Hartwick College 119541 and Doctor of Laws by Miami University iOhio1, his alma mater, in 1956. He is a tellow of the Geological Society of America and a member of Beta Theta Pi and Sigma Xi. He serves on the boards ot numerous welfare and civic or- ganizations. ln 1964-65, he was President of the Florida Association of Colleges and Universities. This year he is Chairman of the Independ- ent Colleges and Universities of Florida. Dr. Delo looks over the plans for the new library. 1111 1 11 1 11 111 1 11 1 1111111151771 '4iE111lI.111 1 1111111 Q11 1111111 '11 11 1 1 if" .EHR 11' 1 1 , .4 ' ueifvll. l 1.Jll11.1l Vice-President Mr. Sliz received his B.S. in business administra- tion from the University of Alabama in i939, and his M.S. in economics from the University of Massachusetts in I946. While at Alabama he was a member of Phi Eta Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Alabama Quadrangle, Beta Gamma Sigma, and Scabbard and Blade, all honorary fraternities, in addition to serving os president of the senior class. While at Massachusetts he was a member of Phi Kappa Phi, and was a Fellowship Instructor in economics. Mr. Sliz has been Assistant Director of Personnel for North- east Air Lines, Sales Representative for Reid- Murdock Company of Massachusetts, Director of Purchases, and Director of Business Administra- tion tor the Northfield Schools of East Northfield, Massachusetts. Dr. Charles Walker, Jr., an em- bryologist by profession, taught in various colleges and univer- sities until l95O, then turned to industry, serving as assistant personnel director, personnel di- rector, and director of labor relations for an international firm. He returned to teaching in 1956, ioining the faculty of the University of Tampa as assistant professor of biological sciences. Over the past ten years he has served this university in succes- sion as associate professor, full professor, department chairman, acting dean of administration, and dean of administration. He was appointed to his present position-Vice-President for Aca- demic Altairs-on March l, 1963. Dr. Walker holds six earned de- grees: the B.A., B.S., B.S.Ed., M.A., M.S., and Ph.D. ln 1964 he was chosen to attend the ln- stitute for Deans at Harvard University. E. P. Sliz Vice-President for Business Affairs Dr. C. R. Walker Vice-President for Academic Affairs Dr. S. L. Speronis Vice-President for University Development td' il ml lil' 5.1515 V .2 ,Mez Z' it :sw ,l lliill ,, so-VM ,-,Q .. iii if 3 ,- itiiiii l s ss-.vii i 25455 ,t ,l 'iii w- ' It in qi, J inggf ii V E E X' ui Y " ww lin iriwzii. H ,ii mg H ii--R iizgggg ,i u ee? i H V lluj L-is-Q it i ll l lll fi? ,. 3. Dr. Speronis has been a Teaching Fellow at the Uni- versity of Michigan, a professor at the University of Tampa, Dean of the Evening Division, and is now Vice-President for Development. His major field is Russian History and Soviet Politics. Dr. Speronis is the Resident News Analyst for WFLA ond has his own tele- vision series, "History in the Making", which has included such programs as "Cuba, Castro, and Communism", "Dic- tators: Fascist and Bolshevik", and "Battle Grounds of the Cold War". Dean Michael DeCarlo Dean of Students 1 inn fee bra. Michael A. DeCarlo, appointed first Dean of Students at the University of Tampa September 1, 1966, has been with the University since July 1962 when he was first appointed as Dean of Men. Dean DeCarlo earned his B.A. and M.A. degrees and completed a year of law studies at the University of Miami. Prior to accepting his initial position at the University of Tampa, he supervised all male residence halls at the University of Miami, while com- pleting upper division and graduate work. Subsequently he was appointed Assistant to the Dean of University College and Director of Academic Counseling at the University of Miami. At that time he also served as the Uni- versity College member ot the honor council. Dean DeCarlo first attended the University of Miami as a- Naval Aviation College Program KV-55 student. Completing two years of college, he was ordered to flight training and was designated a naval aviator in December 1949. During his seven years active duty in the Regular Navy, he served as a fiight and ground instructor and administrator. In his last position he coordinated all administrative and- personnel functions for ten squadrons. He is now a commander in an active unit of the Naval Air Re- serve. While on active duty he organized and led the Navy's Everglades Survival Expedition conducted without food, rations or equipment. He is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, National Scholastic Honorary. He has served as the Education Chairman of the Tampa Bay Area Chapter of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. He currently holds the following positions: Member of the Executive Council of the Southern Universities Student Government Association consisting of ninety-six tour-year colleges and universities in nine southern states, one of five advisors to this group, and serving his third year, Florida Membership Chairman and Assistant Mem- bership Chairman of the Southern College Personnel Association, Florida Membership Chairman of the American College Personnel Association. ln addition, he teaches a class in logic each semester. 30 Dean Alvin Terry Dean of Men Dean Betty Wiley Dean of Women Dean Terry received his B.S. degree from the University of Tampa in 1964, and is currently working on his Master's Degree at the Univer- sity of Florida. He was formerly a bank ac- count manager. Dean Terry, a newcomer to the university, holds the distinction of being the youngest member of the administration. University Deans Betty F. Wiley, appointed Dean of Women this year, is an alumna of the University of Tampa, receiving her B.S. in 1958 with a maior in mathematics. She earned her M.Ed. degree from the University ot Florida in 1964. Prior to as- suming her duties at the University, Dean Wiley taught mathematics at a local high school, and subsequently, in the same school, was Deon of Girls for four years. 31 FIRST ROW: President David M. Delo, James H. Couey, Jr., James L. Ferman, Chairman, J. Crockett Farnell, Laper B. Lowry, Alvin P. Yorkunas. SECOND ROW: Frederic J. Woods, G. R. Griffin, Carl D. Brorein, Sr., James W. Warren, Victor H. Northcutt, Trustee Emeritus. THIRD ROW: Hugh C. MacFarlane, Walter S. Pierce, Morton L. Annis, Clyde Perry, Sam F. Davis, W. Howard Frankland, H. Grady Lester, Jr. NOT PICTURED: Fischer S. Black, John C. Council, Chester H. Ferguson, Bryon B. Hcirless, Max H. Hollingsworth, A. Clewis Howell, Fred D. Learey, Charles P. Lykes, Howard P. MacFarlane, Trustee Emeritus, William C. Maclnnes, Paul H. Smith, Sr., Trustee Emeritus, Melvin S. Stein, James W. Walter, Jerome A. Waterman, Trustee Emeritus, Morris E. White, Trustee Emer- itus, J. H. Williams, Jr. Board of Trustees William C. Maclnnes and James H. Couey, Jr. 32 "-k . I I if fllll 'f -.. '?"' I ix Q i1l' I J' LLL f V '7N ' 4 fx Qu F 3 iw G I it ,Q .Jr i' K -4. is A 5 i YW Col. R. W. Clifton Donald Miller Assistanf fo V.P. for Academic Affairs Director of Admissions 34 in 1 Q. 'i Dr. W. J. Dunn Director of Counseling Kai? ' gf, :fr ' N352 Capt. Kenneth P. Hance Director of Alumni Relations Robert T Fernandez Registrar Col. F. D. Hutchins Direcior of Public Relaiions Peter Cook Financial Aid Officer 36 J. F. Rhilinger Director of Purchases r I ? 1 5 , 2 , fi 5 . r ,Fx :Q nr- 325, ., ,. s 1 552 -we w Wm ma ,A H W .BJ ss we 2 ' We Ei w 1-I 'SX k gg r W H u 21, w W rr w , .lf r H 5 H R. R. Whiiis Director of Personnel Max R. Disbenneii' JGITIBS Cl'1iriCOS Comptroller Director of Plant Y Q. rffff X X , ,A W, A V. 37 V... WXLHIINIHHIIHIIIIHH 7? A E 1 1 MJ - -' F' C U5 .... . :Q ,T -1 .., .. .- 5 J , -5 -vw K ,. . - I 1 4,24 ,A 5,4544 X rv? ,L , " 31 2 5.g5 5v,gHL5 , 1 4 1 ua ' "5 Professor Allison received his B.S. in physics from Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1951 and his Ph.D. in 1956. He continued his association with Carnegie Institute of Tech- nology as a research physicist and part-time instructor from 1956 to 1961. In 1961 he ioined the U.S. Army Ballistic Research Laboratories and was chief of the Detonotion Physics Branch prior to ioining the faculty at the University of Tampa. He is o member of The American institute of Physics, The American Physical Society, American Asso- ciation of Physics Teachers, Sigma Xi, and Pi Mu Epsilon. He is listed in American Men of Science and Who's Who in the East for 1967. His research has included work on shock hydrodynamics and the Hall effect on fervomagnetic al- lays. Mrs. Frances Allen Mr. Russel C. Apple A.B., M.F.A. A.B., M.C.S. Assistant Professor Associate Professor Dr. Floyd E. Allison Df- J- RYUF' 5939" 3.5.1 Ph.D. A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor Pfcfessof Physics Department Chairman Hl5'0"Y D9PU"f""en1 ClW1"m'-'ln 40 Mr. Jack H. Bertsch A.B., LLB. Assistant Professor Mr. James Bignell B.S., M.A. Associate Professor Industrial Arts Department Chairman After teaching at Springfield Jr. College in Illinois, St. Am- brose College, Georgetown University, Catholic University, State University of Iowa, NDEA History Institute and Chad- ron State College in Nebraska, Dr. Beiser ioined the Uni- versity of Tampa staff as Chairman of the History -Depart- ment. He holds an A.B. from St. Ambrose College, M.A. from Georgetown University, and Ph.D. from Catholic University. Dr. Beiser is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Alpha Theta, Florida Council for the Social Studies, National Council for the Social Studies, Florida Council for Economic Education, Florida Historical Society, State His- torical Society of Iowa, and the American Association of University Professors. ln 1957 he was appointed Chairman of United Nations Anniversary Committee for Florida. He is also a Fellow in History at Georgetown University and at Catholic University. He is listed in Who's Who in America. Dr. Beiser is the author of The Vatican Council and the American Secular Press. MV- George R- Boiler Mr Arthur D Burroughs B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor Miss Ruth Bragg B.S.,M.Ed. Instructor , 9 1.1 Dr. Fernandez received his B.S. degree from the University of Florida in 1941, his M,A. degree in education from the University of Maryland in 1947, his M.A. degree in Spanish from Middlebury College in 1950 and his Doctor en Letras from the National University of Mexico in 1960. He, also, studied at the University of Pittsburgh and for one year in the Army Specialized Training Program in Language 1Mod- ern Greek? and Area Study and studied at the University of Havana, having been awarded a fellowship by the ln- stitute of International Education in 1947, and the Father Felix Varela Fellowship by the Cuban-American Cultural ln- stitute in 1949. Dr. Fernandez is a member of Phi Delta Kappa, Modern Language Association, South Atlantic Mod- ern Language Association, American Association ot Teach- ers ot Spanish and Portuguese, and American Association of University Professors. While at Tampa he was presented the Alumni Award for Most Outstanding Faculty Member in 1962, and the Moroccan Service Award for outstanding service to the university. Mr. D. J. Cermele Dr. Marlon L. Ellison A.B., M.F.A. B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Associate Professor Associate Professor Dr. Thomas Jeff Davis Dr. Hugh Fellows B.A., Ph.D. B.A., M.A., B.S., Ph.D Professor Professor Speech Department Chairman 1 . - A. 1 - , -'Q.:i'iL2. ll..f JF- Y.. 1- - - - DY- E'-'5fGSi0 Fefnandel Miss Marie F. Freckleton Miss Ann Garner B.S., M.A.E., M.A., Doctor en Letras A.A.S., B.F.A. A.B., M.S. Professor Modern Languages Mr. Fred Fisher A.B., M.S.W. Assistant Professor Department Chairman --is ..,, v u,:'.wL1nwv.,,iii,,,i., ,, Instructor Instructor Mr. Wm. E. Gallagher Dr. Curtis A. Gilgash A.B., M.A. A.B., M.A., Ph,D. Assistant Professor Professor Psychology Department Chairman Dr. Fellows received his M.A. from Northwestern, his Ph,D. from New York University and also at- tended the University of Florida, and the University of London, as a Fulllaright Scholar. He was a director for summer stock theater groups around New York, working as diction coach for such luminaries as June Havoc, John Carradine, and Henry Morgan. He re- ceived the New York University Founders Day Award, and a citation from the Library of Congress for his work recording books on long playing records for the blind. ' + .,,,,44,,'x!-555 Mr. Green hard at work on his newest piece. Mr. Wallace F. Green B.S., M.S. Associate Professor Art Department Chairman Dr. Martin I. J. Griffin A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor Dr. Miles C. Hartley A.B., A.M., B.S., Ph.D. Professor Mathematics Department Chairman Dr. C. J. Ho A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor ,Q 4' few 2 Tee' i fu, we i 153 Piziiitk Assn WL i gtfwgzgll if i IQ- 'ZMEZA iff: 1 N 'xr 'rf'-:two 1 it ' 1 f me Us? 1 is? Dr. Outterson received his B.S. in education in 1955 and his M.Ed. in 1956 from the University of Florida, and his doctorate in education from the University of Houston. He has taught at Oklahoma State University, the University of Houston, and on television for Station KUHT-TV in Houston. Dr. Outterson was director of the "Summer Science institute tor Gifted Students" also in Houston. He is a member of FEA, NEA, Fla. Association for Higher Education, Oklahoma Education Association, Fla. Ed. Research Association, Association for Higher Education, Florida Association for Student Teaching, American Association for School Administrators, National Society for the Study of Ed., Southern Council on Teacher Ed., Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, and American Association of Physics Teachers. Dr. Outterson has published Teacher's Guide for the Television Teaching of Modern Physics, Outterson Physics Achievement Test I and Outterson Physics Achievement Test II. ll' ,2 ii- - , - Q l .T Q V - , 5 . ii. " l it l Q 1 Ti. wlll"""mvg555 ill T ii. Y J ' i 3' H... " ll' " :ii ll' iii iii fix will I ' xl ,E V .:-:rf is ,Milli ' X, - F YE 5351. ,Hi.iml'lggQl. ll ll V ii f "7"x Mlgglli g ill ii. it i. .sr , f 1 i, it ii. f 'l' wi" g,,, v..1::L ' il, ,ii 'll : W- .iiiifiiifvii , H gg- 5 .. H .' , ir '-' ,,. it 1ii"!.m"',,...H 'll'lllll"l HM Www. " xwxillgillggilll gzg H Qiiiliigii M-i,i'jy,ggg,, ii W ul" -N ii fi' ii". UN' Ni it MN HiiHg:5gE5gg-- Mit" 51" iilliilivll swi ft? ii rw. ,. T w -.ni 1 ' ii s lllillllillllillll 1 i, ,ii W 1: gimnu 1 ,ny 'jeg iiimiii in vii . 3 . 5351 ' ' .5 1 'Q Af if . 4 l I Az 'Z' ' ' rv '1:?i l 'L of K 1, ,s g ei., ,l ,,f. S . ,, ,I I e K . 'Z - .',f','.f 3:90 ' . F U I I I i ' . , IL' f4i?lla:l!ll' -- J !. ',! lt-aug: not ,P vi I '. 'r,'.i.-annul -. , Q' -.".!"'F"!f!f Dr. Theodore W. Jennings A.B., B.D., M.S., Ph.D. Associate Professor Mr. A. J. Kainen A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor Dr. Jesse I.. Keene A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor Dr. William Knipmeyer B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Professor 45 Mr. William Leith B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor Mr. John H. Lindenmeyer B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor Dr. Wean received his B.S. from Purdue in i929, majoring in agriculture, and his Ph.D. from Pennsylvania University in 1936, in biology. He is a member of Sigma Xi, research fraternity, and Alpha Zeta, the honorary in agriculture. He is Scholarship Chairman for the Future Scientists of Florida, and has served for three years as chairman of student aid at Tampa University. Mr. W. F. Lloyd A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor Mr. Farris Mansour A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor Dr. Alvan R. McFadyen A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor Dr. Mildred B. Mitchell B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor Mr. George L. Nemeth B.M., M.A. Instructor Dr. John A. Outterson B.5.Ed., M.Ed., Ecl.D. Professor Education Department Chairman Dr. William D. Stewart has been chairman of the Depart- ment of English since 1964. He received the B.A. degree in 1942, the M.A. degree in 1950, and the B.Ed. degree in 1951, all from the University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington. He received the Ph.D. degree, cum laude, from the University of Mainz, Germany, in 1953. Dr. Ste- wart wrote his dissertation on the Fortuna concept in the writings of Sir Thomas More. Dr. Stewart has taught as a Lektor for American studies at the University of Mainz and in the English Departments of the University of Puget Sound, Lambuth College, Jackson, Tennessee, Central Missouri State College, Warrensburg, Missouri, and the Col- lege of Emporia, Emporia, Kansas. He was department chair- man at Lambuth College and the College of Emporia. ln Europe following World War ll, Dr. Stewart was deputy director of public information for the Oltice of Military Government for Hesse, Wiesbaden, Germany, for three years. From 1955 to 1956, he was press ofticer for Radio Liberty, a radio station broadcasting into the Soviet Union from Munich. Many of his writings on European affairs have been published by newspapers in Europe and in America. Dr. Stewart is a member of the Modern Language Associa- tion, the College English Association, and the Association of Departments ot English. l lv. 5 t. 'll rv' H. ns, . P-'H-Q.. Ai. gm Dr. Noel S. Stevens B.M., M.M., D.M.A. Professor Music Department Chairman Dr. William D. Stewart A.B., B.Ed., M.A., Ph.D. Professor English Department Chairman Mr. Joe Testa-Secca Dr. Howard D. Tyner B.S., M.F.A. B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Assistant Professor Professor Chemistry Department Chairman Dr. Francis J. Thompson A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Dr. James K. Umholtz Professor B.S., M.S., Ecl.D. Associate Professor 48 Dr. Robert E. Wean Dr. Lloyd M. Wolfe B.S., Ph.D. B,A., M.A., Ed.D. Pr0feSSOr Associate Professor Biology Department Chairman Mr. Carlos F' Weimar' Rabbi David L. Zielonka LLB., MIA- B.H., A.s., Rabbi, L.H.D., D.D. Professor Assistant Professor Religion Department Chairman lfflil ' ' ' if ,img ,, .SL i E T . Rabbi Zielonka received his A.B. degree in i926 from the University of Cincinnati, his B.H. in l925, Rabbi in l929, from Hebrew Union College, his Doctor of Humanities from the Graduate School of the University of Chicago, and his Doctor of Divinity in 1959 from the Hebrew Union Col- lege-Jewish Institute of Religion. He is a member of the American Association of Biblical Instructors, B'nai B'rith, Central Conference of American Rabbis, Board of Gover- nors, HUC-JIR, Family Service Association, Tampa Civic Mu- sic Association, Hillsborough County Coordinating Council, and the American Association of University Professors. Rabbi Zielonka originated the Temple Youth League 27 years ago, and started the Campo program for State and Southeast Temple Youth I5 years ago, serving as Dean of Comp for 6 years. He was a delegate from Florida to the White House Conference on Youth and served two years on the Children's Commission of Hillsborough County. , ll 'll QiLE , Tampa s MacD1ll Center Since its beginning in July l96O, the MacDill division of the University ot Tampa has expanded itself to its fullest capacity. Classes are held in class- rooms located in various parts of the base. The instructional staff numbers 27. The off-campus center provides classes for several hundred ofticers and enlisted men and their dependents. All classes begin after 6 p.m.-normal ott- duty hours for Air Force and Army part-time scholars. E. H. Cropsey, Mac- Dill division director, pointed out that the MacDill Center is recognized by Air Force Officials as one of the top schools in the country, and is one of the few able to otter degrees without study on the main campus. fn! .- ,, .- E. H. Cropsey, MacDIll Division Director rr . "wk "' 'QA ii ' , Al g- w L' - 1 ll l "dm N ll -.MIL i l i' J iii wi Y jf fl ' i' ,rw lm ' ' 1 il ' is wi H - in I i, J r 1 M, K 11 3 . ,, Q , M ii. ....--- ,.....--f' -I Q11 Small classes are the rule at MacDill. Nancy H. AcuFF, A.B., M.S. Clyde R. Allenmann, A.B., LL.B. Henry Beltran, B.S., M.A. Albert M. Brown, B.S., M.A. Donald Callahan, A.B., Ph.L. Richard J. Cole, B.S., M.S. William Herschel Cribb, B.A., M.A. Virginia Cummings, B.A., M.B.S. William B. George, A.B., M.A., B.D., Ph.D J. Bert Grandoff, B.A., LL.B. Gonzalo G. Granell, B.S., M.M. David Hernandez, B.S., M.S., Ed.D. T. Edison James, B.S., M.Ed. John Louis McDaniel, B.S., M.B.A. Myron K. Miller, B.S., M.A. Mary V. Moore, B.S., M.A. Cornelius Overstreet, B.S., M.Ed. Robert G. Richards, A.B., M.A. Ronald M. Sendak, A.B., M.B.A. Ettarae P. Solomon, A.B., LL.B., LL.M. Ralph Steinberg, B.S., LL.B. Sara Stelzner, B.S., M.A. Alexander Sulloway, B.S., M.A. James H. W. Treadwell, B.S., M.A. Nancy White, B.S., M.A. AnnaMae Whitehouse, B.S., M.Ed. L. D. Worley, B.S. 1-Q! Q if l ' ? ' I z- 4 1' Q I . ji W, i E, wg 1. ., ,-. ' ' r -21,4 ' .w"'-- V Y ,fwiff J T: Y E, , 4 if I if 'lv ' ' , -U ' ' , f:f3"5flQAl?fxW?'1"'3 Ili 3,1 gf, I Lf X- -xwl'-5,4 X CQ?-,glzy V 3' T, N Ni' K? U, , Ad! 1. '- '51 K . .sf 2 1? . 1: W' p I. -fn .J - , Q Qffifwijd ,sf,1?:fw1, '-1. 1, - .- i - gif, , f W, g .fzi-Qgjhwigf , , W - 1 U f " L' P 191505 w-,-L ' J f??":"47:.f ,M P:--1:4 f25?-:H?'Zff1-H , kg f ' " 'EJ ' Lf ,ia':f' -f?ga51Q?H-ELM - 4 E+ 'H :a ff '-.4.A,,-X-Q-, T'-f5Q.:',g,x1 ,HK v 1 WL --: 35 ggrfw- , .YL-.if'5a74ff2:,,5,,, 4-5,411-Q75-1afTq . nnei' I , vj'?L.,1.u - '-"mf f-Wiffjg lf f w-j1v:' ' - E-+1-4 59515. xii M ' ' '- ' 'M' "'- -x 4 - ra f " FH ' -RE. ' ' - fi- -- - ' 'M' '4 . '3Yf'3FfQ-24 'W' EVN ' of f- - V. 4. k' Y r, .' Q5-: 14 'f ' .. f f -, ,. - - 1- , . 1--.. ' 'Q' .f ,gli-4 1-.: ,:f1.,,g-::i'gg2 v.. . , '--A4-4' ""ff?5Yi"'f1 " Q,'.A g' 'Qu ual- ' , gl , 1' .. ' ' f""L"7"' E5"x'1'vP4Q'3'7"3ZHvS1-"17',f'3f5'Y?5 - -M, ww.: 1---1' -- 9, g U-.W f--:a::w,.--.- -'-'- .r -agr gav-GFSFFQ-iieiifii Eg Afgmf J il' 'Q '. 'S , N ' . - 1 - ,Iii . W. I , , ' 1 iff 1 ' S H , ij fy". H 1 Y 5 ' i H , V ai. The Borden Freshman Prize is the only award at the University of Tampa given strictly for academic achievement, and for that reason it is the most meritorious. lt is the best single criterion for prediction of future success in both under- graduate and graduate work. The Borden Freshman Prize is described in the catalog as "one thousand dollars to be awarded in sums of 35200.00 over a five-year period to the full-time freshman regularly enrolled in a four-year degree program in the liberal arts who earns the highest scholastic aver- age in his class." Carmen Gonzalez and Bill Oakerson, former Borden Prize winners, congratulate this year's winner, Laura Pullara Dr. James Covington Among the recent articles published by Dr. Covington are "An Episode of the Third Seminole War," published in the Florida Historical Quarterly, "Jose Gaspar," appearing in the Quar- terly Journal of the Museum of Science and Natural History and "Ybor City: A Cuban Enclave in Tampa," in the Florida Anthropologist. Dr. Covington, an expert on Florida history and the American Indian, received his B.A. in 1941 and his M.A. in i943 from St. Louis University, and his Ph.D.tin 1950 from the University of Oklahoma. He has been professor of history at the University of Tampa since 1950, and more recently has served in the capacity of Dean of the Evening Division. He has published four books and thirty-six articles. Dr. Covington is a member ofthe Hillsborough County Historical Commission, and Barrio Latino, he serves as Vice-President of the Florida Anthro- pological Society and District Vice-President of the Historical Association of South Florida. I 'T T' Dr. C. J. Ho receiving an award from the Warthogs. Q, F5 Dr. Locke was recently recognized as one of the out- standing poets in the South by being selected for inclusion in the Louisiana State University Press An- thology Southern Writing in the Sixties: Poetry. He began writing poetry in i962 and since then has had over 400 poems published by over lOO different magazines, which probably makes him the most published poet in the United States. He is also the author of many book reviews and critical articles pertaining to poetry, and the editor of the University of Tampa Poetry Review, a magazine which has re- ceived national and international acclaim, recently being praised in the New York Times. Dr. Locke re- ceived his B.A. from the University of Tampa, where he was a member of Phi Society, and was named to Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges, and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Florida. He lists photography among his hobbies, having won over 200 awards and being listed in Who's Who in Photog- raphy. 5 Bob Frederickson, Crown Zellerbach winner. A single upper-division scholarship unrestricted as to field of study is provided annually by the Crown-Zel- lerbach Foundation of San Francisco, It is awarded to students of high merit and promise, regardless of their financial situation. Talent at Tampa Another National Science Foundation grant of 352,000 for further research on the "Effects of Frustration on Intellectual Performance," has been awarded Dr. C. J. Ho. Dr. Ho received his B.A. from Antioch in l924, his M.A. from Columbia in l925, and his Ph.D. from Columbia in 1927. He has been research psychologist for Macy 84 Company, and in China was professor of psychology and education in a number of universities, Director of Research for the National Association of Vocational Education, and Director of Personnel for Oriental Corporation. At Tampa U he is associate professor of psychology. Dr. Ho is listed in American Men in Science, Who's Who in American Education, and Who's Who in the South and Southwest. Carmen is a iunior, ma- joring in psychology and minoring in English. She has a 2.9 average, having made the Dean's List every semester. She has been the winner of the Borden Freshman Prize and the Sigma Sigma Sigma Award, awarded to the pledge with the highest scholastic average on campus. She is cur- rently reigning as Moroc- can Queen, and was elected to Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges this year. Car- men is a member of Ulema, having served as secretary, Sigma Tau Delta, Psi Chi, Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, having served as Lyre editor and publicity chairman, the Delo Forensic Society, Readers Theater, the Spanish Club, having served as president and secretary, the Newman Club and the Publications Committee. She has served on the Minaret stat? and on the Moroc- can stalt, as Organiza- tions Editor and at pres- ent as Editor-in-Chief. She has also been a- warded a Publications Scholarship. Manuel is president ot Student FEA-NEA, secre- tary-treasurer of Student ACE, and secretary of the Collegiate Civitan. He was the official delegate to the Civitan Internation- al District Convention this year. Manuel is a mem- ber ot Kappa Delta Pi, he is maioring in elementary education. He is a mem- ber ot the House of Rep- resentatives, the Newman Club, and is on the Moroc- can statt. Manuel has been on the Honor Roll, and was elected to Who's Who in American Univer- sities and Colleges. 4 lg, QQ 'WS Ahhh ,Il Manuel Rodriguez, Jr. 5, v- - ,f- fi -,--, - 'iii l , 56 .4-----.......... . i....L.i Q ,1 ' fit! . 1 it , . I ' il 1 Q l . Y . l E Y it l 6 , , ' fi Carmen Ann Gonzalez William C. Oakerson Bill is currently serving as president of the student body. He has been a mem- ber of the House of Repre- sentatives, the Orientation Committee and attended the Student Union Leadership School in 1966. He has a 2.4 average having been either on the Dean's List or the Honor Roll tor every semester. He is a member ot Ulema, Sigma Tau Delta, Phi Alpha Theta, the Young Re- publican's Club, and the Crew Team, serving as a co-captain of J. V. in l966, and having been a varsity letterwinner. He is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Frater- nity, having served as their Vice-President, and is an Alpha Chi Omega "Big Lyre." He has been a winner of the Borden Freshman Prize and was elected twice to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. He is a history maior and an English minor. niversity of Tampa Service Award Bruce William Smink Bill is president of the Senior Class. He was elected to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. He is a mem- ber of Ulema, having served as Vice-President, the Delo Forensic Society, having served as Parlia- mentarian, the Young Re- publicans, Sigma Tau Del- ta, Phi Alpha Theta, the Warthogs, and was the founder of Arete. He has been on the Dean's List, and has served on the Moroccan staff. Bill is ma- joring in history and Eng- lish. Dr. Thompson received his B.A. in 1929 from Columbia College, his M.A. in 1930 from Columbia University and his Ph.D. in 1940 from New York University. He also studied at the University of Heidelberg, and the University of Freiburg-im-Breisgau in Germany, the University of Perugia in Italy, the University of Havana in Cuba, and did research at Trinity College and the National Library, Dublin, Ireland. Dr. Thompson has taught at Rollins College, Johns Hopkins University, where he was Advisory Editor of the Hopkins Review, St. Andrew's School in Tennessee, and The College ot the City of New York. He is author of the novel, Abraham's Wife, published in 1953, and numerous articles including Poe and Mangan in the Dublin Magazine, A Portrait of the Artist Asleep in Western Review and Ezra in Dublin, in the University of Toronto Quarterly, in addition to reviews in the Baltimore Eve- ning Sun, the Tampa Tribune, and the Hopkins Review. M e Dr. Francis Thompson Dr. Charles Walker, Jr., an embryologist by profession, taught in various colleges and universities until 1950, then turned to industry, serving as assistant personnel director, personnel director, and director of labor relations for an international firm. He returned to teaching in 1956, ioining the faculty of the University of Tampa as assistant professor of biological sciences. Over the past ten years he has served this university Dr. Charles R. Walker, Jr. in succession as associate professor, full professor, department chairman, acting dean of administration, and dean of admin- istration. He was appointed to his present position-Vice President for Academic Affairs-on March 1, 1963. Dr. Walker holds six earned degrees: the B.A., B.S., B.S.Ed., M.A., M.S., and Ph.D. ln 1964 he was chosen to attend the Institute for Deans at Harvard University. ,1,1....--i-1- ,l..1-7-iii i .Li---1--1 1. - 1iiiL.l.,-- ,-.1....i- ,.,i...f.- ,-.1....-.. -,i,i..- Dr. Ho received his B.A. from Antioch in 1924, his M.A. from Columbia in 1925, and his Ph.D. from Columbia in 1927. He has been research psychologist for Macy 84 Co., and in China was professor of psychology and education in a number of universities, Director of Research for the National Association of Vocational Education, and Director of Personnel for Oriental Corporation. At Tampa U, he is associate professor of psychology. Dr. Ho is listed in American Men in Science, Who's Who in American Education, and Who's Who in the South and Southwest. He is currently doing research on the "Effects of Frustration on Intellectual Performance" on a Na- tional Science Foundation Grant. .,i,...--I 1, it i'-1 ' at N l A 1 i - ..,,. -11i-- 17 1 4 l ,1 1 l sa... i i pq-Qumran it 1 1 F...- 1 . l l , ' I ii E .I ' j : Qi, ui' Miss Alice Rodriguez Miss Rodriguez holds a B.S. from the University of Tampa, and an M.P.H. from the University of Florida, and is presently working on her Ph.D. in health and physical education at the University of Alabama, doing research on the effects of socio-economic status on physical fitness. She is a member of American Association for Health, Physical Education, and Recrea- tion, Florida Association for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, National Association for Physical Ed- ucation of College Women, Southern Association for Physical Education of College Women, Florida Associa- tion for Physical Education of College Women, and the Florida Education Association. Dr. C. J. Ho 1 ui-.1-- .-me-Q-.1 Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Univer- sities has accepted thirty-three members from the University of Tampa. The students recognized by this organization each year are nominated from approximately 800 colleges and universities. Each member is awarded a certificate of recog- nition, presented on the campus at the Honors Convocation. The prerequisites for application were sixty hours and a l.O overall avera e with a C avera e the revious semester. Q 9 P The candidates were selected from a field of 57 and were screened and evaluated by a taculty administrative board for academic achievement, activities, service to the University and citizenship. The candidates were then placed on a ballot and an election was held among the iuniors and seniors. The stu- dent and faculty vote combined, determined the University's nominees. Bruce A. Carpenter Delo Forensic Society President t ,lf 952 . ...re Helen Belissariou Outstanding Foreign Student Eugene G. Battenfeld, Jr. Moroccan Business Manager Karen Cobb Student Government Secretary Who's Who Nancy Jane Daniels Spanish Club President 'sf MN "S, -,...f' n .K-.,,. Patricia Cascone Sociology Club President Helene R. Caltagirone Delta Sigma Pi Sweetheart w w v 1 u wx P ,yn :Pl -Q A fn" ' . G Y Y ' 9 E: ,f ,UQ-f5fffiY,5i1 , ,N iii-541 iw. , ,wt-f .ff -f -1 ff. A-ww if ' X f x Q f'x .r - ., 1. P . JA A.-1 1 N S-.w ' 535,13-, . X, jfffi ',,,.,. ,.4-4S"'vv5r--N .W ogy Q XA 4 -.F . 5- - 'Nt FI? 225' -Muff 1 . 125- . L -iffj. LA ., uf.: gg. sg - ' rr "' 25: 4, -v -1- . - . ' 'L-:ei . K '-3'-r Aw .. if .. .- my , 4-us.. ... ,L , V . , -ag: 9 w. Q gif. 45 W, ..s211Q2m11.e21 41 xx. 5-Eg., l 1 X.. 'R 1 'fa I 1 . 4 ,L p ig . ix 5 ,M . . N, ri v , f 'A . l 1' --'..,.: lx L " -f , I H SY . M W, .. 1 I E H uw ,, .V ,S .r..l- - Q 4 Cynfl-.iq Walker Dqymn Kathleen Darby Dornblaser Homecoming Courf Zeia Tau Alpha President 3.-. ,aff 1 ,"---' A-21 ., ff f. v I, . uw 1: , 'jrulhr In .,,, 5,'!x, K liff, l l T. Ny x lmr -X .WI i lfVff'f,.' '-G n , f .5 .J A M. A w X X, r , Q T, . f,.Lur1Aw. . 1, 1. ,- ,.,,.M5 Q ' fzfy-2?-YWQIX la? f ,3 l 1 fe Wig f. 1. U5-ll, f K 9, fx' JoAnne Dewey Zeta Tau Alpha Treasurer k'.3? ' . T ,til , K z , .Af -, M' . ,.m-- xg -5' ..-- ' 'DY ' - Mme, ,Ur . ' "Life-'i. "Tn: 131.1 .A ,ffW,,,,X f rn! .es 4:-fwf.rn,w,' ' ,p ,- A Q, ,H '.'zly1?hil'q I' fgwy, ,,:Vf5f.u, 'fq,i1f35.C'iQf: A . . " N, N ,'-,G'-- Q, , V. ig ,T 'L q mf: , -"w i mirsfem if 1 'lssfli up ,' A 4 ' ' 'vizym 1 ff R q , ff , " 1 1f'.1'sf9i"ff5fTY-,3: Z' if 'C ' -v W , 4 w N? X 1 , -" :L ' -1 Y -'fv .Q ., ,. ,Q , 1 ., ,I - gif as .5-As, .gil as he Q' ' f T T , - - , 'a -fiqz' 5 e ' . , 5 ' - , f - 7 -1-51 f 1 . Burfon A. Epel Senior Class Vice-Presideni 63 li Y 92- An 'fy A 4 5 ' a r . 1- ., - ' 1 :5L'H.i...-T-2:13 76, o I , J ., 4 '- I W V ' ..X 49,155 'V if ' 15, if ' I IE-' ' V 4' 5"-' 1 ? Z. . 1 V, , I 1 Y' Z A, ' , ' , vip . mf? Sw , 'yu ,, 5. Y- AQ Q . if fl. N 7, ' ff Mi:-' . V . : , -,fm u. rm! , P .VW V-1. , e 1 ' ,f gk V ,y, '- Q' O" ' . K ...I win, Q, J f 5 A ,,. .14 in ,, , . l ,g up' '- :ln V., I Y ' VI.: 5? fr ' .-' nf' ' . ...LA . , 3 Linda McLeod Delta Phi Epsilon Vice-President Paul Neil Jirka Junior Class President Sara Teresa Melendi Spanish Club Vice-President ' if til fl Z fs Y Charles L. Kufrumbos Sophomore Class President nfl V A '-if .Af gui 9 ff ' Q ,LLAQL .Ar " .1 -K J, , -465 S ik- A-1. Bryce William Smink Senior Class President Douglas C. Smith Student Judge uvf' Aglr- Ii. , 67 Russell L. Thompson Student Body Attorney General 4-Q. -, 1 svs...,' E is li Suzanne Townsend Civinettes President " Y H ,,..J -'fr-,ae ' XL, gi., . K iwfavsi Jw? ' ww. gailiw W ' ' ' Ea:Q5,j -1 bf 4 . 1... ...., ..,. -JA-in 53' Ififgag .-3 1 Wx,-f f X Third Maid Helene Caltagirone and escort. Adrienne Menendez, sponsored by Pi Kappa Phi, was chosen this year's Homecoming Queen. Runners-up were Cindy Dayton, sponsored by Kappa Pi, Karen Cobb, sponsored by Alpha Chi Omega, Joyce Thompson, sponsored by Delta Phi Epsilon, and Helene Caltagirone, sponsored by Delta Sigma Pi. Other candidates were, Merry Barr, representing Tau Epsilon Pi, Fran Foran, representing Tau Kappa Epsilon, Patricia Harring- ton, representing Zeta Tau Alpha, and Linda MacLeod, repre- senting the Newman Club. Only iuniors and seniors, with an over-all 1.0 average were eligible. Candidates were rated by a panel ot iudges, made up of local townspeople and faculty, on school attire, sports attire, formal wear, and personality. Personality ratings were based on interviews with the iudges. Grade averages and activities at the University were also taken into consideration, as were poise and beauty. Second Maid Joyce Thompson and escort. Homecoming Queen and Court ee ii ,tw -' ily: iii' ,iii View 1-rti iii? af. Miss Karen Cobb, First Maid, Miss Joyce Thompson, Second Maid, Miss Adrienne Menendez, Helene Caltagirone, Third Maid. 70 fo sa.. P' Homecoming Queen, Miss Cindy Dayton, Lady in Waiting, Miss fi ' 'Te i. x W QS Porfraif of cz Sclfurdcy offernoon. Prelude to Combat' 'L+ A ,o ,- K 1 The cull went unheeded Homecoming 1966 ff, 'rr I! il Jie .iffj .6 T ,M -Ylh View of authority. it l With speed as the weapon on both oftense and defense, Ohio Valley Conference contender Eastern Kentucky stopped an eleven game Homecoming win streak for Tampa, I4-6. Sparked by an 82 yard run on a pitch from quarterback .lim Guice to tailback Herman Carter early in the third quarter, the Kentucky Colonels overcame a Spartan six point advantage constructed on the passing and field goal kicking of quarter- l back Jesse Kaye. With the receptions ot little Bobby Fernandez and Gary Rapp, Tampa dominated the game. But a 78 yard punt by the Colonel's Bob Plotts late in the fourth quarter, bot- tled Tampa at its own two. Little All-American Buddy Ptaadt then returned a Kaye pass for six points, to end Spartan hopes. 1 t. -lst .ste fe 'R ,, -ec .. T, . if 1 . -rr- l Sv, L :V . ' , . bin if .- '. 1 ' 'i Queen Adrienne Menendez and the Homecoming Court. is -lltiff K1 l,g.h--ztitixt- A portion of the overflow crowd at Homecoming, 1966. 73 ff fl: Starstruck I um the clog. A university student body is characterized by those figures it emulates. Both organized and other festivities heeded well the advice of Cicero to his brother: Homecoming began with a bang! The Island and the Greeks were hopping. A gala street dance and frolic with "Mighty Manfred and the Wonder Dogs" highlighted the first day of organized activity. Curtis Hixon Hall, as the site of the big Homecoming Dance, supplanted the venerable Armory. The overflow crowd thrilled to the soft sounds of Miss Barbara Lewis and the showmanship of Rufus Thomas. Additional entertainment was supplied by "Michael DeCarlo and the Vice Squad." The high point of the dance was the presentation of Queen Adrienne Menendez, Miss New York State, Penny Donoghue, and the Homecoming Court. The evening ended with weary Spartans headed for pleasant dreams. 74 Body . . . . . . and Soul a'-lg? 7. , , ,, f, A 7 'K V .45-Ex K 'iiiigf ' The Moorish campus took on a Euro- pean air as the Spartans embarked on a "European Holiday" along the Hillsborough, from Pisa to the Tyrol and from Madrid to Bavaria. The unique seven-gabled sidewheeler, the Pi Kappa Phi S.S. Tampa, was pre- sumably available for transportation. The Tampa Museum was an appropri- ate setting for the Delta Phi Epsilon economy tour of Western Europe. Sig Ep presumably presented a scene at Pisa. Sheltered beneath majestic oaks was the prize-winning Alpha Chi Omega Ferris Wheel. The TEP corrida was a stunning study in reds and blacks. Zeta Tau Alpha offered the weary a Swiss Chalet with music and still scenes. 4.,-x n.', '-ikbgfi Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority. Sig s ma Phi Epsilon Fraternity ui-:nur Y - W xi - ...N-:fy 1 - .ff i - .sit-ji, ii ,-wwe- -....--gw.,:-N A , J ..-.mfg,'1iigE,2'f.Q4'j-,,,,i' A' ..,. . Jlw"1,..---Y'-'i -.-:H sisxkq . A 1--fe" , - fs ... 'P-el-mf .1- ---gi , , ... - - t,..,,...s,- , ,JSA -.,, . . - 4 5 .. 4- ssrifr - -fy 4-5:3259 -,. ,Arn ..... -. , -- .,,..:,--1-vs..-1-. - Y Y -.,..' - PM --L., -an. kg Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. 0 -.U Sip., A . ,.., . ing- 1' ll EQ fi 1.2 ' , v European I-Iohday 33 g-gig . T -4 V'-'if-Q'ff5CQ5--17 '-T214 Y V' .- HY-iq -L F A, . ,,,,,, R ..x.V .. A- .. V+--.-,..'-..:rf'mr, , , f 1 -" -x-' Alpha Chi Omega Sorority. Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity. 77 CC ' 97 Pi Kappa Phi's O07 reports to Headquarters. Captain of the Alpha Chi Omega Ship of Fools :I rg . l rm I , ,Tyr J, TT' li l ty, 63351 tm 'Iliff- ,V ,lui-li sid 'hit' Skit night altered a welcome change from the trite dialogue of everyday interaction as the cul- turally developed Greek organiza- tions gently lampooned an eftec- tive University administration. Pi Kappa Phi's oy oy siete set the tune for the evening festival in winning one for the "good guys." The Sig Ep Riviera, tour sparkled with dramatic force. Who will ever recall the fascinating dialogue of the marvelous TKE "Golden Men." Outspoken Zeta Tau Alpha covered the gamut of student complaints. And where is the Library Fund? The evening closed successfully with the termination of the Delta Phi Epsilon Puppet Show and the Alpha Chi embarkation of an ap- propriately named contingent on a European tour. Sigma Phi Epsilon on the French Riviera. Return to U.S. after a "European Holiday WILE According to Delta Phi Epsilon everyone at Tampa U is o puppet, Skit ight N ik Golden Men of Tau Kappa Epsilon. Zeta Tau Alpha visits Russia. l . ,.. -.l uw: . . , "Shady" Delo. "You really scare me, Dr. Walker." T , , . - ' ,ELK - Ill'-W ,I 'ifir 1 ,,a',1-,,..f4,fs:fm L 'fm , ,- l 3 4 f ff T.. ,, y . v ,V ' 'fv "' Z E. T.. T, 'li , gg' rm . , Clap your hands, snap your fingers-from The firsT dance To The lasT dance, Tampa U. was in The swing. The hands, The faces, The gesfures, The mafion all Tell The story of The dance-all give evidence of, and pay Trib- uTe To The Big Sound. You can really move, or genTly sway, or sit quieTly beaTing Time To The music-anyway you do iT, iT's music and rhyThm. When The lasT dance is over and The band has gone home, and The decorations are coming down, The sound is sTill There. 8. I - I I 4 g vga, 'Ease , w as fm E ' Q :fc mm uw "-:' ' .- ,fx A. ww 1, M 1 Ki? x ,W " ' 1 M' Hu ,E , M- H m g ugpgaq- If ye f Nw! A ' 'Gr' .' 11 is , 'e. ay" e I ul . ' A .. ,ij I' li' I ,, . ,fl , . SU., L.. 5-. 1 Y .V , , ' ' I, Id '-f X , 1 Student Government W f .eff G, I HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: SITTING: Merry Barr, chairman, Greg Mathews, parllamentariang Jill Kutcher, secretary, FIRST ROW: Michaele Taylor, Frances Foron, Beryl Etzel, Dixie Miller, Pattie Rimm, Adrienne Carlyon, Martina Gonzalez, Silvia Krohn, Holly Nisewaner, Carole Endsley, Linda McLeod. SEC- OND ROW: Rudy Grant, Marc Anton, Michael Rosenberg, Steve Barlleld, Fred Meyers, Frank Honkus, Douglas C. Smith, Gene Piasecki, Arthur Eicken- berg, Bert Dolan, Manuel Rodriguez, Jr., Ralph I.. Petty. 86 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Rick Nicholson, Tom O'Brien, Bill Smink, Paul Jirko, John Mulry, Merry Barr, Bill Ookerson, Karen Cobb, Bill Guerriero, Anita Ccirbone, Bob Terri, Jock Rodriguez, Mike Ansell. ill , Q3 4 Qf John Mulry, Vice-President, Karen Cobb, Secretory, Merry Barr, Vice- President of Co-Ed Affairs. 'Q sg 'll L- YI S.--1 87 Mr. Robert Lovely, Student Union Director Moroccan '5- Y 1 ,Q - ll! 5 an Gene Bot E, . 4 f ,,- 74" SITTING Dr Froncxs Thompson Carmen Gonzalez Kathy Crowder, Carol Enclsley. STANDING: Bill Smink, Manuel Rodriguez Jr Mcrflnu Gonzalez Ruth White tenfeld Business Monoger Carmen Ann Gonzalez, Editor-in-Chief EDITOR-IN-CHIEF BUSINESS MANAGER CHAIRMAN OF MOROCCAN QUEEN CONTEST FACULTY ADVISOR . PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF CARMEN ANN GONZALEZ GENE BATTENFELD MANUEL RODRIGUEZ, JR. DR. FRANCIS THOMPSON BISELL H. MCVVILLIAMS, JR. COL. FRANK D. HUTCHINS ADRIENNE CARLYON KATHY CROVVDER CAROL ENDSLEY TONI FAVATA ADELINE GONZALEZ MARTINA GONZALEZ DIANE ROBOTTI BILL SMINK RUTH WHITE 89 W , JV' W J .3 ww! ' Fug? - .-h r .61 .f me , 'S Em. h Q we 1 if ,M 5 -F' F wal' F195 Wai .Wd K., , 4 I r Carol Endsley ,, ., S...-fp' U ,,,.- ...- -1 W' S Fi: --.A Martina Gonzalez lf? af 1' Diane Robotti and Ruth Whife 90 Bill Smink ivbrw A - vw' -45:4 ' 1 -5 Q Adrienne Carlyon ..,,N-S' ' 1 Mgr, I 51 '. -.E Manuel Rodriguez, Jr. 91 Kathy Crowder .. -nv-' . f l- EiT"?f1Ti'f 7.7 1--- -'lf 'i4 Ir ::1w-1. . . ' . -L , 1- ' -E lr", - --.. , -.., -. -C . , g W 5- v f-gf - . ,. . , ,I L . .. . U V A L 'i X , X 599 FIRST ROW: Merry Barr, Ken Wheaton, .lim McLeod, Joan McKenna, Rumsey Efzel, Janet Lewis. SECOND ROW: Bob Klomp, Silvia Krohn, Michael Steiker, Burton Epel, Lynne Van Wike, Mike Small, Barbara Schmitt, Peter Mack, Jim Rush, Eileen Cohen, William Crawford. Minaret C Michael Sfeiker, Business Manager 92 U EDITOR-IN-CHIEF BUSINESS MANAGER MANAGING EDITOR NEWS EDITOR FEATURE EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR GIRLS SPORTS EDITOR ART EDITOR MERRY BARR MICHAEL STEIKER JANET LEWIS ROBERT KLOMP EILEEN COHEN FRANK GARTLAN BERYL ETZEL JOAN MCKENNA STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER BILL CRAWFORD FACULTY ADVISOR MR. WILLIAM CULVER PHOTO CONSULTANT COL. FRANK STAFF REPORTERS HUTCHINS BILL SMINK BRENDA BRAUN SHERRY CORSON MARCIA CHAFLIN SILVIA KROHN ORA AUERHAN PER-AXEL EGNELL PETER MACK MIKE SMALL BURTON EPEL BARBARA SCHMITT PETER TOMANO SALESMEN JOHN GOODMAN JIM MCLEOD JIM RUSH KEN WHEATON TYPISTS CAROLYINI GROSC M yBc1rr,EdiTor-In-Chief re Editor rts Edit 5 Jane? Lewis, Mono ln Edaforp Joan McKenna, Ar? 9 9 Y org BIII Crawford, Photo Editor. 93 Q Twig W af' ,-" ,bf 1,1 ,gg I smuwmwm A T 4 39,5 If .I A ,A4",, SIE" ' TTSPJCRFEILTQIQI ll' 'F 1 3 N' ,zi MsQ'f1"I L , 391 1 '52 v--II: J I " - ' 1 5 R I I ff, II ' 1 1. any f :,: 1 Editorf Merr Barr, Editor-in-Chief. SECOND ROW: Bob Klomp, Ulema is the Scholastic Honor Society on the University of Tampa campus. To be eligible a student must make a minimum of 2.5 for one semester and to hold his membership must main- tain a 2.0 thereafter. The name Ulema is a word ot Arabic origin meaning body of scholars. Ulema is not strictly academic. Our social life is kept up by successful beach parties and house parties. And, of course, no one can forget Dr. Delo's annual banquet, given in our honor. This year our main protects are attiliation with Phi Kappa Phi, and a tutoring service for those students requiring aid in their U1 courses. Our aim is to grow with the University, and to honor her in our every endeavor. " --r" T' F . 1' 1 . . ,,-'Z if J me w+,.m v nr . - ff Q-1. f'- "' ' . ey'-ul sf,.gJ,.,ef1f- - if - 5.1, l'tTi'l7'?2' .X-l X FIRST ROW: Karren G. Rumph, Alicia Diaz, Laura Pullara, Anita Carbone, Nancy Daniels, Carmen Gonzalez, Silvia Krohn. SECOND ROW: Dr. Charles West, Kathleen Ferriel, Janet Matthews, Roslyn Abitabilo, Cindy Dayton, Gail Kirkconnell, Kathy Grady, Russell Gilchrist, Terri Melendi. THIRD ROW: William C. Oakerson, Lee Matthews, Michael Raddick, Robert L. Frederickson, Jim Lake. 94 FIRST ROW: Carmen Gonzalez, Silvia Roque, Nancy Daniels, Terri Melendi, Barbara Arreche, Eric Clegg. SECOND ROW: Dolores Bolivar, Joyce Chao Carmen Spoto, Martina Gonzalez, Steve Easton, Humberto Pacifica. THIRD ROW: Robert Frederickson, Philip Sommese, Robert Most, Manuel Rodriguez Jr Federice Firnhaber. The main purpose ofthe Spanish Club is to ofter an opportunity for its student members to practice the Spanish language, and at the same time enioy such social activities as an annual dinner at one of the famous Spanish restaurants in Ybor City, visiting Latin points of interest, inviting Latin personalities as guest speakers and attending lectures and movies on Latin American topics. Congratulations go to Nancy Daniels, Carmen Gonzalez and Terri Melendi who were named to Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, and again to Carmen Gonzalez who was chosen Moroccan Queen. Our faculty advisor is Dr. Eustasio Fernandez whose never- tiring efforts are responsible for the accomplishments and prog- ress of this outstanding club. Spanish lub yr FIRST ROW: Vito Carpitella, Lee Mathews, Janet Matthews, Diana Harder, Dick Hendricks, John Galese, Dr. Curtis Gilgash. SECOND ROW: Robert Harbison, Cindy Vilardebo, Lindo McLeod, Jean Saylor, Barbara Tweedle, Linda Van Ostenburg, Mary Kelley, Carmen Gonzalez, Erick Linscott, Russell Gilchrist. THIRD ROW: Bob Bonner, Rick Gavin, Stuart Williams, Bob DeAngeles, Henry A. Halsi, Fred Tibbitts, Sherman Runions, Bruce Carpenter, Jack Larrison. I h I Psi Chi is the National Honor Society in Psychology. It is dedi- cated to the advancement of psychology and to the higher principles of learning in all fields. The University ot Tampa Chapter began in 1962 as a Psychol- ogy Club. Within one year, under the supervision of Dr. Curtis A. Gilgash, it met the requirements ofthe National Psi Chi and was accepted into its membership. The charter members were initiated February 23, 1962. The Chapter consists of both active and associate members. Active membership is by invitation and is achieved by demon- stration of a high degree of proticiency in the area of psychol- ogy. Associate membership is extended to those who have not had time to qualify for active status, but whose zeal and inter- est indicate a potential, in keeping with the high standards of the Chapter. Monthly meetings, guest speakers and field trips to relevant institutions are included in the Chapter's program to promote and increase knowledge and eFHciency in psychological study. Carmen Gonzalez, sponsored by Psi Chi, is crowned Moroccan Queen by Dr. Charles R. Walker, while Gail Fischer, second maid, looks on. 96 FIRST ROW: Bob Rogers, Dan Wagstaff, John Wolfe. SECOND ROW: Phillip Hankins, Nick Pompilio, Chuck Perry, Bill Lusk. Kappa Kappa Psi is a Service Honorary Fra- ternity open to qualified bandsmen in four- year institutions having well-developed band programs. The fraternity was founded to foster the ideal of service as a worthy activity. Our service is to provide assistance, support and leadership to the Band Director, to the Depart- ment of Music, and to the sponsoring institu- tions, in helping to build and maintain the finest possible band program. Our officers: Nick Pompilio, President, Dick Willaver, Vice- President, Bill Lusk, Secretary, and Art Eicken- berg, Treasurer. Kappa Kappa 97 Altogether now . . . si Kappa Pi 'X SITTING: Bob Terri, Frank Honkus. STANDING: Cindy Dayton, Michaele Taylor, Patricia Radnor, Mr. Wallace Green, Lu- cille LoPresti, Janice Fried. IN TREE: Mazal A. Kieffer. Q 1"i,fidvE The Studio ge - 5515, Af . . O2 ' 0 L --. ,s .. The Workshop 98 ' f During the past year Kappa Pi has put forth a strong sincere effort to maintain its status as a worth-while organization striving to- ward useful enlightenment. It is composed of students with an interest in fine arts. We have been very successful, because of the hard work and cooperation of all members. This year Kappa Pi members had an oppor- tunity to present three art shows instead of the usual one. The field trips to different art shows around the state were not only educational and profitable, but proved to be enioyable and most entertaining. Congratulations go to members Seth Chase, Lucille Lopresti, and Frank Honkus for their showing in the October Crafts Show held at South Florida. Also congratulations go to Cindy Dayton, Kappa Pi's Homecoming Queen Candidate, who numbered among the five finalists. Kappa Pi has indeed completed a successful year, not only with the hard work of the members, but also with the excellent assist- ance of our advisor, Mr. W. Green, depart- ment chairman, and co-advisors, Mr. J. Testa-secca, Mr. H. Nosti, and Miss Freckle- ton. Thus whether it be in work, fun and games, or stiff competition, the year can be remembered as one of progress, educa- tional achievement, and profitable to each and every member, pursuing a career in the field or merely holding an interest in art. Alpha Psi mega. Light the lights . . . FIRST ROW: Mary Sue Gauclie, Bob Levy, Janice Fried, D. J. Cermele, Marcelle Alexander, Jon R. Walter. SECOND ROW: Bob Bronough, Susan Henderson Leta Dicheroon, Mike Hyman, Mary Boclycoat, Alex W. Mcllwain. Alpha Psi Omega is the National Honorary Fraternity for dra- matics and theatre arts, and the omcers ot the Alpha Kappa Cast ot Alpha Psi Omega at the University of Tampa are as follows: President, Robert Brett Bronaugh, Vice-President, Mary Bodycoat, Business Manager, Susan Henderson, Drama De- partment Chairman and Faculty Advisor, D. J. Cermele, Technical Director, Scenic Designer and Faculty Advisor, Jon R. Walter, Guest Director and Special Advisor, Vincent J. Petti, Director of Theatre for Young People and Special Ad- visor, Marcelle M. Alexander. Members of the Alpha Kappa Cast of Alpha Omega at the University of Tampa: Richard Cooper, Robert James Corey, Leta Disheroon, Tino DoBrocky, Janice Fried, Robert S. Harris, Bernice Jordon, Robert Levy, Alex Mcllwain, Mary Sue Gaudio, Micheal Hyman. Opening Night 'W' T ' The Panhellenic Organization is a combination of representa- tives from each sorority on campus. We are dedicated to uphold good scholarship, high standards ot social conduct, and to work in harmony and understanding with each other to further the goals of fraternity life. fl' fl ,ltgll f L' 4 t xx crti me Kuci Lopez Annie Schwartzsteln Cheri Ellis Kiki Schlestl Darby Dornblaser, Gail Fischer, Lucille LoPresfi, Sandy lhosz. ,, -..,.. Rumsey Etzel, President, Kandee Drozda, Secretary Jill Katchet Vice President KIKI Schiestl Treasurer A.W.S. is an organization made up ot all the women students at the University of Tampa. lt represents the united voice of our coeds, and Their interests. Its purpose is to unite all women students by acting as their governing body, through elected representatives. We wish to promote a spirit of cooperation between A.W.S., the adminis- tration and other organizations on the campus, while upholds ing the social, cultural and educational standards of the college. Cheerleaders a,.... , ,, , .if'T:?:.:.,' "' P I ' VERTICAL: Karen Rumph, Sharon Vartcnian, Cheri Ellis, Fran Foran. HORIZONTAL: Donna Zendegui, I Pat McCloskey, Betsy Letts, Janet Lewis. FIRST ROW: Eva Lentz, Carole Endsley. SECOND ROW: Cathy Wells, Diane Rabotti, Vickie McDaniel, Margie Bonner, Kathy Stone, Kristin lsselmann, Stephanie Wood, Joyce Mathews, Barbara Bertrand. 102 Sharon Varfanian, Fran Foran, Donna Zendegui, Pat McCloskey, Betsy Letts, Janet Lewis, Cheri Ellis, Karen Rumph. s n l03 Maj orettes Mary Ordog, Helene Caltagirone, Anna Messina, Dar- lene Russo, Karen Cobb, Linda McLeod. 1 Q 1 - l L. I' f l I FIRST ROW: Georgia Simmons, Barbara Lutz, Jane Weinberg, Jerry Jones, Joanne Dewey, Janet Matthews, Mary Ordog, Sue Zawaski, Lynn Terrence, Carole Mattheisz, Kathryn Molinari. SECOND ROW: Antoinette Favata, Margie D'Arpa, JoAnn Casey, Patricia Lawrence, Wendye Groves, Sue Markley, Donna Poll, Cheryl Burford, Betty Cole, Helen Belissariou, Jean Phillips. THIRD ROW: Steve Rudolf, Richard Benson, Bob Rogers, Jim Meginley, Ed Salerno, Hugh Sheppard, Ronald Muche, Erick Linscott. FOURTH ROW: Harold Parson, William D. Bauer, William Lusk, Larry Smith, Sherman Runions, Dough Withon, Bruce Carpenter, Lee Matthews, Mr. Malcolm Westly. University Singers l Mr. Malcolm Westly, Chorus Director 104 Band University of Tampa Marching Bancl Madrigal Singers - 4 - - l FIRST ROW: Margie D'Arpa, Diane Harrison, JoAnn Casey, Wendye Groves, Patricia Lawrence, Lynn Terrence, Darlene MacDonald, Luellen Clemmer. SECOND ROW: Harold K, Parson, Jr., William D. Bauer, Ed Salerno, Larry Smith, Lee H. Mathews, Jim Meginley, Bob Rogers, Hugh Sheppard, Mr. Malcolm Westly. 105 fx .3 Menas Residence '. , "'i ik Q ' Jeffrey Taylor, Halsey Tuthill, Charles Haak, Gerard Robinson, Steven Goddess, Burl Hussman. SECOND ROW: Douglas Smith, Frank Honkus, Mike Rogers, William Homath, ACE Joe Mancusi, Stephen V. Tazze, Garth Fenney. FIRST ROW: Terri Melendi, Gretchen Kunde, Daniel J. Wehn, Miss Lora Friedman, Martina Gonzalez, Carmen Spoto, Patricia Livingston, Jean Smith. SECOND ROW: Cheri Ellis, Bert Dolan, Pat McCloskey, Suzanna Byers, Sharon Law, Barbara King, Manuel Rodriguez, Jr., James Greenleaf. 106 .Z -LL:-. NEA-FEA ' Y' 1' fi E 'fa Q f -Q .,.,,,.' 'J KNEELING: Terri Melencli, Carmen Spoto, Manuel Rodriguez, Jr., Gene Piasecki,Charles Lawson, Daniel J. Wehn, Patricia Livingston, Sarah J. Marchese. FIRST ROW: Kathleen Grady, Linda Leotta, Pat McCloskey, Lucille LoPresti, Angie Castellano, Freda Rosner, Joyce Choo, Barbara Duke, Jerry Jones, Margaret Pressler, Martina Gonzalez, Gretchen Kuncle, Barbara King, Frances Foran. SECOND ROW: Lynn Brevda, Anne Schwartzstein, Suzanne Byero, Sharon Law, Esther Fish, Cheri Ellis, Dixie Miller, Jean Smith. The Players ,api 1456333 FIRST ROW: Paul Gowack, Margie D'Arpa, May Ordog, Edris Elkir, Sue Zawaski. SECOND ROW: James Dirlam, Mary Bodycoat, Bob Bronaugh, Leta Disheroon, Lois Botwin, Barbara Lutz, Paula Esserman, Carolyn Grose, Robin Hinden. 107 Civinettes if ll I "Tl '!?' A so -N O - 91 A' , W fi FIRST ROW: Suzanne Townsencl, Pa? Cascone, JoAnne Dewey, Joan Asplin, Diane Paley. SECOND ROW: Vicky Adams, Nancy Lou Logan, Barbara Schmitt, Wendy Mendelson. THIRD ROW: Dixie Miller, Jane Toulmin, Linda Leatfa. FOURTH ROW: Lois Blumenthal, Nancy Leoneli, Marcia Quillan, Sandra Zarich, Baptist Student Union SITTING: Mrs. Barbara Vest, Deanna Maurici, Jerry Jones. STANDING: Harold Parson, Ralph Pefiy. I08 Newman lub FIRST ROW: Nancy Logan, Linda McLeod, Kathryn Molinari, Nancy Lee Leonetti, Terri Melendi, Martina Gonzalez, Lucille LoPresti. SECOND ROW: Vito Car- pitella, Patricia Redner, Laura Restatt, Mike Cartwright, Lizbeth Fairclough, Marc Anton, Jack Rodriguez, Rudy Grant, Erick Linscott. THIRD ROW: Nick Pompilio, Arthur C, Eickenberg, Jack Williams, Bob Carter, Jim Rush, Tom Rao, Bert Dolan, Manuel Rodriguez, Jr. Civitans ti . ry ,-5 L,-5, I :yn ri I i li i lr FIRST ROW: Ros Kenna, Manuel Rodriguez, Jr., Phillip Brown, Guillermo E. Fainberg, Robert White, Gene Piasecki. SECOND ROW: Bert Dolan, Bill Hart, Gary Trainer, Warren PHngstel, John Dunay, William Crawford. THIRD ROW: Bruce Erney, Mike Rosenberg, James Greenleaf, Robert Johnston, Eugene Battenteld. FOURTH ROW: Keefe Werner, Jim Bush, Joe Spoto, Louie Cammarata, Bill Laffert. I09 Pi Delta Epsilon Pi Delta Epsilon, National Journalism Fra- ternity, is the student regulating body for all campus publications. Chartered in 1957, and voting member ofthe National Conven- tion, it awards membership to those students on the newspaper, annual, and radio who demonstrate outstanding service. lt serves to create the most attractive publications possible, and to promote the University through publication exchange programs. Through the efforts of the Pi Delts, the con- tributing schools have otten selected our publications as samples of superior collegi- ate iournalism. K D 1 P' 6 1 Karen Cobb Eileen Cohen Richard Buckhantz Sylvia Krohn Ruth White Y FIRST ROW: Roslyn Abitabilo, Arnold Abitabilo, Terri Melendi, Florence Moore, Alicia Diaz. SECOND ROW Manuel Rodriguez Jr Kathleen Grady Miss Lora Friedman, Daisy Fisher, Rose Sapyta. THIRD ROW: Douglas Smith, Dr. John A. Outterson, Dr. James K Umholtz Phi Alpha Theta FIRST ROW: Dr. J. Ryan Beiser, Janet Matthews, Suzanne Townsend, Louis Cianfrogna, William C. Oakerson, Lee Matthews. SECOND ROW: Dr. Jesse L, Keene Henry E. MacCann, A. William Gibbons, Douglas C. Smith. 6 'P' :lt llll 'ii Phi Alpha Theta is an International Honor Society in history. lt was founded at the University of Arkansas in l92l and now has several hundred chapters in forty-two states. Its membership is composed of stu- dents and professors who have been elected to membership upon the basis ot excellence in the study or the writing of history. At the same time, Phi Alpha Theta is a professional society, the obiective of which is the promotion of the study of history by the encouragement ot research, good teaching, pub- lication, and the exchange of learning and thought among historians. Our chapter is made up of members of the History Department and maiors and minors in history with high grade averages. This year we have instituted a program which will allow those who do not meet the grade requirements, but who have sutticient interest, to ioin us as associate members. Sigma Tau Delta SITTING: Nancy Daniels, Carmen Gonzalez, William C. Oaker- son. STANDING: Barbara Dukel, Dr. Francis Thompson, Bryce W. Smink. Sigma Alpha Iota Student Film Series SITTING: Darlene MacDonald. STANDING: Mary Ordog, Jane Weinberg, Patricia Lawrence. Rick Gavin, Mary Bodycoat, Rick cooper. H g FIRST ROW: Adrienne Carlyon, Frederick Meyers, Holly Nisewaner, Daniel J. Wehn, Al Settembrini. SECOND ROW: Dr. John H. Lindenmeyer, John Mulry, Bryce W. Smink, Stuart Williams, Bruce Wheeler. lI2 International Relations Club FIRST ROW: Dolores Bolivar, Mickey Miyagi, Sarita Lunsford, David Wingrove, Dr. J. H. Lindenmeyer, Bruce Wheeler, Judi Meslcir. SECOND ROW: Daniel J. Wehn, Woodson Brown, Philip Sommese, Frederick Meyers, Gail Kirkconnell, Helen Belissariou, Anne Bussy, Edris Elkin. ,Q sq- Sociology Club FIRST ROW: Suzanne Townsend, Jeannie Brown, Ruth White, Amy Dokton. SECOND ROW: Liz Worthing, Barbara Schmitt, Lise Agustinella, Diane Harder. THIRD ROW: Bert Dolan, Bob Bonner, Patricia Cas- Cone, Douglas Smith, H. D. Allen, Jr. ,X '55 w ,IVE Emaffsla 531 'f 1 1-- is A MQ, f 3' E31 lf' X1 f:'vf:X5f'.Q', Q9 A ii--, " , 'G' i ri .. P "Y, 4 2 I 41 ' V 31 N5 ,fm ' ill' I 1, , ' ' 1 ,,, 1 AT, . V h 'fiia .f1'.' ' .LQ f Delo Forensic Society Steven Burfield Bruce Carpenter Ronald Eckstein Beth Fuirclough Donna Bvrkeff Rosemary Euston Carol Endsley Don Fredgcnf - E ?,, 'Tn 151 II4 The purpose of The Delo Forensic Society fnamed in honor of President Delol is To promote infercollegiafe and campus forensic activities, Hs iniercollegiafe debafe team has participated in several 'rourna' ments, in and out of the stare, and its activities in The fields of orafory, dramatic reading, Reader's Theafre and exfemporaneous speaking serve as a speaker's bureau for Tampa University and the com- munity. CGFYUGD GOHZCIIEZ Frederick Meyers Paul G0WC1Ck Kathy Molinari William Gl'elC0 Thomas Rao Susan Henderson Fred Tibbifts Delta Sigma Pi Eugene Batfenfeld GeoFfrey Brice Leslie Collins Thomas Evans Richard Feeney Michael Greep William Honraih William Lalieri i David Lanaversicht Pqul Minichiello Carl MacDonald Don Morris Alex Mcllwain Joseph Perez Epsilon Rho Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi has had a successful i966-i967 school year. Its Fall pledge class consisted of nineteen future brothers, the largest pledge class on campus. Among the various social activities, there were a special few that will always be remembered by the brothers and their dates: the Halloween Costume Ball, the Sweetheart Dance, and the picnics at Phillipi Park. The "Rose of Delta Sig", Miss Helene Caltagirone represented Delta Sigma Pi in the Homecoming Queen Contest. Miss Cal- tagirone did an excellent job representing our fraternity. The brothers of Epsilon Rho have demonstrated their scholastic ability by competing successfully in the Student Union College Bowl. Professionally, the brothers have been busy with bi- monthly guest lectures. Four Delta Sigs were nominated for Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. They in- ' :gy 'il Stephen Vincent Taffe Robert White David Wingrove clude: Gene Battenfeld, Paul Minichiello, Don Morris, and Bob White. The intramural contests, for the first time, saw the "purple and gold" ierseys of Delta Sigma Pi. The Epsilon Rho Chapter has been successful sponsoring social and professional activities which brings to the attention of the faculty and stu- dent body the fact that this chapter is not only alive and exceedingly worthwhile, but that it also has a prominent place on the campus and performs useful and important functions for the University. From our pre-game warm-up parties, to our successful professional activities on and off campus, Delta Sigma Pi is outstanding. Our officers are as follows: President, Gene Battenfeld, Vice- President, Don Davis, Senior Vice-President, Bob Humphreys, Secretary, Bob White, Treasurer, Jerry Cohn, Chancellor, Bill Honrath, Historian, Les Collins, Social Chairman, Bill Laffert. iii 'Nadene Austin Mary Jane Daly Carmen Gonzalez Betty lppoliic Karen Cobb Cheryl Ellis Jean Hafcher Kay Isaacson Patricia Collins Kathleen Faraghan Tammy Hazlelon Paffy Lawrence Nancie Cories Elsa Garcia Carol Hufchison Sandra Link ,, hx ..i' I ,pl ,. S+ 'Lf G"1' 'C' Alpha hi mega, It has been a wonderful year for the sisters of our chapter. Alpha Chi's have been active in every phase of campus life. Sister Kay Isaacson served as Student Dorm Director of Howell Hall, and was ably assisted by Carole Hutchinson and KiKi Schiestal in their roles as floor counselors. President Cheri Ellis and sisters Pat McCloskey and Carole Hutchinson were cheerleaders for our Spartans, throughout football and basketball season, and sister Karen Cobb gave the team support in her role as a Maiorette. ln campus organizations, Alpha Chi's have been both members and offi- cers. Inactive sister Carmen Gonzalez serves the school as editor of the Moroccan, she has recently been made a member of Psi Chi. Karen Cobb has worked hard as Secretary of Student Government and KiKi Schiestal as treasurer of A. VV. S., while Patti Rimm represented our chapter in the House of Representatives. Sisters Terri Melendi, Adrienne Menendez, Kay Isaacson, Carmen Gonzalez and Joyce LoCicero held membership in Sigma Tau Delta, Sisters Kathleen Faraghan and Carmen Gonzalez are in Ulema. Carmen Gonzalez and Sister Terri Melendi, serving as Vice-president, are in the Spanish Club, and Patty Lawrence is a member of the University Chorus. Campus queen contests found Sister Kay Isaacson a worthy candidate for Moroccan Queen, and both Karen Cobb and Adrienne Menendez were finalists for Homecoming Queen. Inactive sister Carmen Gonzalez reigns as the 1966-67 Moroccan Queen. Alpha Chi fared well in intramurals. Sisters .lane Stokes, Nadene Austin, Tammy Hazleton, Patti Rimm, and KiKi Schiestal giving us much support in this activity. We would like to express a Great Big Thank You to the Very Special fellows who are our Big Lyres of Alpha Chi. They have given us so much help throughout the entire year with our Homecoming Lawn Display, Winter Party, and Spring Leadout. They also support Alpha Chi Pledges on Pilgrim's Day in the Fall, and Bunny Day in the Spring. For their many contributions, the Big Lyres are honored by us at a Thanksgiving Serenade and at our Spring picnic, in their honor. Fall pledges Tammy Hazleton, Sandra Link, Joanne Morrell, Ava Spitzer, and Margaret Pressler have done much to add to our chapter. And so, for our sisters here at Gamma Pi Chapter, we can truly say-lt has been an Alpha Chi good year. 55's-frsk 12?- . Jluexx X J-in L.. J- Q 'S Liz" Q L ' 1 it lil.. Pat McCloskey Rosalie Pendino DOUHO Nl6CUI'l0 Margaret Pressler Terri Melendi Patti Rimm Adrienne Menendez KiKi Schiestal Jo Ann Morrell Ava Spitzer H9 The year of 1966-1967 has been a suc- cessful cmd enioyable one for the sisters of Delta. Our first activity was Fall Rush. Those pledged were Pat Livingston, Jeannie Brown, Marsheila Lemley and Martina Gon- zales. Many of our sisters have been active in other campus organizations. Lucille Lopresti represented us in Newman Club, Kappa Pi and served as Vice-President ot the Pan- hellenic Council, Sandy lhasz was our Panhellenic representative. Carol Endsley was in the House of Representatives, held the office of Recording Secretary in the Delo Forensic Society, and represented us in Spartanettes as co-head. Diane Harder served as Treasurer of the Sociology Club and as Corresponding Secretary of Psi Chi. Ruth White was Secretary for Pi Delta Epsilon, and was Organization Editor of the Moroccan. As the year draws to a close, we remem- ber . . . the Beatle program tor MacDonald Training Center, doughnut sales, bake sales, car washes, our Christmas party, May Day, Mother-Daughter Banquet, and most of all our Sweetheart Ball. We would like to thank all of our otticers who have done a wonderful iob. Sharon Ho user Sandy lhasz Patricia Livingston Florence Moore Ruth White Delta 'nl W l, , l3Q1S!" Wummq ,, ,mega ll l ll l W l l: my , jfslxfl wr llgs2fL,,'55'xll ' ll sl - S l ll ll ,l ll ll l 1 M arfraa ll ' 1 52535255 l , H 'H M322 Lucille Lopresti l 'kiss nsglm,.,- 2- " ' I "--r :I I j.,-:::.g'k'5l :- jf.,..,, QU, a an M n"' ll l ll X" , q q.L:,, ag: " if Eg g qv ' ag W QQ. , l 22" ' gszf -div mg I2l Delta Phi Epsilon This year T966-67 has been a successful and enjoyable one for the sisters of the Delta Upsilon Chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon, a non-sectarian sorority. The officers for the year were: Anne Schwartzstein, President, Linda McLeod, Vice-President, Janice Fried, Secretary, Barbara Goldenberg, Treasurer. Fall rush proved to be an exciting one with the acquisition of four pledges: Bette Blum, lo Ann Ayers, Judy Mayberry, and Linda Vansenberg. The sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon received many honors. Joyce Thompson was crowned sweetheart of Theta Chi fraternity, with Jill Kaplan and Roberta Cirincione in her court, Lyn Brevda was chosen sweetheart of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity, and Helene Caltagirone was sweetheart of Delta Sigma Pi honorary business fraternity. The sisterhood of Delta Phi is very proud of their honors. This was the year that D Phi E had its national convention. Sister Adrienne Carlyon was our representative. We received many awards, including the Delta Phi Epsilon baby cup for Jo Ann Ayers Jill Braunstein Janice Berg Lyn Brevda the best new chapter in three years, community service award, and many other citations. Delta Phi Epsilon is very active in campus activities, sister Linda McLeod and Helene Caltagirone are maiorettes, Marcia Chalfin is on the Minaret, Anne Schwartzstein is President of Panhellenic, Linda McLeod is a member of Psi Chi, the hon- orary psychology fraternity, Kuci Lopez is Vice-President of the Student Union, and both Linda McLeod and Kuci Lopez are in the House of Representatives. The sisters of D Phi E work for both the school and the com- munity. We are assisting the University of Tampa Foundation in their membership drive and doing volunteer Work at Tampa General Hospital. This year we received an honor from Cystic Fibrosis. They have named a fellowship in honor of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority because of our contributions for their research. The memory book of Delta Phi Epsilon is Hlled with wonderful memories. Adrienne Carlyon Janice Fried Marcia Chaltin Barbara Goldenberg Kuci Lopez Patricia Rednor Debra Shenkmczn Judy Mayberry Fredo Rossner Scot? Taylor Lindo McLeod Debbie Schwartz Joyce Thompson Dianne Poll Anne Schwcrtzsfein Linda Vonsenberg ,Y 3 , me I. Q., .ii :mi 52 K, S K' ff Q 'Z' Vicki Adams Anita Carbone Darby Dornblaser Mary Sue Gaudio Mary Bergsfrom Patricia Cascone Beryl Efzel Patty Harrington Barbara Brown Nancy Daniels Janet Filiberf Karen Hemrick Suzanne Byers Joanne Dewey Gail Fischer Michele HUM' 124 Jacqueline Kennedy Susan MacEIlven Barbara Schmitt Linda Leotta Joann McKenna Helen Sinclair Janet Lewis Dixie Miller Carol Spooner Sharon Loritz Joy Scarlotta Suzanne Townsend 125 ' Zeta Tau Alpha Since its founding at Longwood College, Farm- ville, Virginia, October 15, 1898, Zeta Tau Alpha has been on the move. Our officers for the year were: Darby Dornblaser, Presi- dent, Patricia Harrington, Vice-President, Suz- anne Townsend, Secretary, Joanne Dewey, Treasurer, Patricia Cascone, Historian-Report er, Fran Foran, Ritual Chairman, and Merry Barr, Membership Chairman. The Zeta's set out in September to make the 1966-1967 school year the best ever. lt all began with rush, when we pledged eight lovely girls. They were Vicki Adams, Barbara Brown, Kandee Drozda, Karen Hemrick, Linda Leotta, Sue MacEllven, Dixie Miller and Joy Scarlotta. All the sisters were pleased when sister Gail Fisher, sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon, was named 2nd maid in the Moroc- can Queen Contest. We held our share of Student Government offices. Merry Barr served as Co-ed Vice-President, and Anita Carbone as Sophomore Class Vice-President. Working hard in the House of Representatives were Mary Bergstrom, Patricia Cascone, Joanne Dewey, Rumsey Etzel and Mary Sue Gaudio. Gail Fisher was also elected Student Judge. ln campus organizations the sisters were very active. Merry Barr did a fine iob as Editor of the Minaret. Civinette officers included Sue Townsend, President, Pat Cascone, Vice-Presi- clent, and Joanne Dewey, Treasurer. Darby Dornblaser served as Smiley Dorm Director while Pat Cascone, Joanne Dewey, Janet Lewis and Barbara Schmitt were student ad- visors in Howell Hall. Our Founder's Day banquet was held in Oc- tober' with the Big and Little Luncheon follow- ing close behind. During Homecoming all of the sisters worked hard and had a grand time as usual. At Christmas we were very active with our annual party tor the Helping Hand Nursery, and our Christmas Dinner Dance, which was a huge success. May brought Zeta Week-end and the Stardust Ball. Thus ends another wonderful year for the sisters ot Zeta Tau Alpha. Owen Anders Samuel Caporice Roy Carrasco Dan Carrol Bob Carter Bob Cerrutii Harry Conner Tom Cunningham Dell Davis Nick Della Valle Dan Dowd Jeff Lepiich CliFf Finkle Nicholas Lynch Edward Golembiewski Larry Marchbanks Paul .lirka Joseph Martinez Robert Lazzara David Mas William Mellin Richard Menendez Charles Muley Ben Narbuf Philip Nuccio 126 Danny O'Connell Edward Page David C. Pinhoister, Jr. Sam Pupello, Jr. John Shafer Allen Sheehan Ray Veit Joseph Virgelio Jim Wallace Walter Wilks The brotherhood of Pi Kappa Phi, led by their high ideals, traditions, and scholastic achievement, dom- inated Greek life on the university campus. The initiation of the largest pledge class served as the impetus tor the events ot the year. These men have contributed successfully to the improvement of the fraternity house. The traditions of Pi Kappa Phi, carried through the year of "66" and "67", included the Ro- man party, distinctive Daughters Day, spaghetti dinner, spring Rose Ball, and numerous alumni functions. The men ot Pi Kappa Phi were rep- resented in organizations within the university. Paul Jirka served as Jun- ior Class President, Greg Matthews as Attorney General of Student Gov- ernment and adviser of Circle K, and Nick Della Valle and Jay An- ders in the House ot Representatives. Our congratulations are extended to our honored Sweetheart of the year, Miss Kay Isaacson. From the scholars, achieving hon- orary grade averages, to the ath- letes, on the intramural squad, dis- playing talent and ambition, the fraternity gains respect for itself and its members. It can well be stated that the Pi Kapps are the leaders on the University of Tampa campus. Pi Kappa Phi 127 We are the largest fraternity on campus with 46 actives and 14 pledges. We have won the intramural trophy for the last three years, a record at the University, and the academic plaque, also for the past three years, by maintaining the high- est average of the fraternities on campus. Outstanding ofhces held by our brothers were Student Body President, Senior Class President, Sophomore Class President and I. F. C. President. Socially, our parties cannot be beaten, they are always a huge success. Whenever we take on a proiect, it is done well-take the Sig Ep chariot, which was the only one not to undergo repairs at Greek Week-end. There was no doubt that the Sig Ep dominated Greek Week-end. Sigma Phi Epsilon's Homecoming skit will be long remembered by the brotherhood as will the annual Christmas Sing, a school tradition. lt will be quite a few years, if then, be- fore Sigma Phi Epsilon will step down from the top, as number one fraternity on the University of Tampa campus. Victor A'lessio Stephen Armel Ed Barr Charles Blazo Gary Cagiano Louis Cammarata William Carter Mike Catanese Casey Clark, Jr. Terry Cuccurullo Bob D'Amico Joseph DeGenova Joseph Elia George Ely William Gebauer Kenneth Haggerty Pete Howard Thomas lmbemba Dena Kutrumbos Manuel Lavin Sigma Phi Epsilon or me J 5 2, 41 'Tel N 'TT 4-1 Richard Lede Tom Menegus William C. Oakerson Steven Rosado Bryce Smink Richard Little Robert Meridith Thomas O'Brien Kenneth Roth Fritz Sterbak Joseph Mancusi Chris Mohr Michael Raddick David Ryan Vasa Stolbrand Edward Martin James Mulvaney Thomas Rao Thomas Scafati Richard Stryker I29 'iff r ' X 'e,: E-Q4 Marc Swan Pete Tomaino Ken Votaw Terry Zartman ,-- Af 1 d d ... J W W I Lf Q! 5 -'Q Robert Ashmeud Russell Bowman ' ' Edward Barnett Richard Buckhantz au 0 I I 1 Curl Bloom Barry Clymun 130 1+ 5,1 'S I lf .4-,.. Michael Epstein Steve Levy Rudy Grant Chuck Perry I966-T967 has proven to be another banner year for the brotherhood of Tau Epsilon Phi. Our Greek Week- end chariot was the talk of the campus, to say the least. The fall semester was highlighted by many out- standing events including a fall rush party at Bern's Steak House. Our house party after the Homecoming football game was especially enjoyable. Once again the Teps had another fine spring pledge class and are looking to these men to carry on the fine tradition of our fraternity. Our brotherhood has more than doubled in the past two years-"We must be doing something right". Our year ended with another great spring formal which proved to be the best in our fraternity's history. The entire brotherhood would sincerely like to thank the officers for a iob well done. Harvey Meyers, Chancellor, Richard Everts, Vice Chan- cellor, Jeff Goss, Treasurer, Howie Levine, Secretary, and Bruce Bressman, Historian. Tau Epsilon Phi wishes everyone an enioyable summer with the expectation of seeing old and new faces next fall. Marc Rosenwasser David Shapiro Steve Rudolf Alan Tucker N by F. ..,. P,-,N lv ral James Arnold Donald Esposito Ronald Brooks Angelo Fovatu Phillip Brown Mdrli C. Garver Thomas Chambers Jock Glover As the academic year comes to a close, we traters of Epsilon Beta Chapter, would like to recall the activities and chal- lenges of brotherhood. Our social activities were seasoned by pre-game cocktail parties and high-spirited cheering at the football games in the Fall, and exciting dances winding up the evenings. While no one will forget our Halloween Party, and our Christmas Party, the real triumph was Greek Week-end. We remember the "Golden Men" ot Homecoming, but most of all we re- member Teke Week-end, with the Red Carnation Ball. As part of the national organization, we celebrated Founder's Day with a testimonial dinner for the Grand President, with fraters from other state chapters. Our Public Service Week- end spirit was augmented by the election of Frater Ronald Reagan as Governor ot California. Our warmest congratulations are extended to Brothers Carl Alonzo, Chuck Garner, Lowell Nichels, and Ken Rosner who have entered another bond-the bond of matrimony. With sadness, we mention the graduation of our many friends, and especially the graduation of Brothers Don Esposito, Rick Nelson, and Angelo Favata-but we wish them the best of luck and happiness in the years to follow. We, the Tekes of Epsilon Beta, would like to wish all of you a pleasant and healthy summer. E Z ' -n-iw 5m-3 mg, Z 5 Lk x i 1 N. If il. fi! 5 i l 1 ' if X-. Tfiifif E? K, f Z o 4 133 Tau Kappa Epsilon William Hans George Murphy William Iovinellc Eric Nelson Jim Miles Lowell Nichels Chris Monks John J. Scot? if Mi.. rl- .- .1 F M I . ' 2 ." Y- jr .K-"3 1' - . 1 .. 1, .- 'fi'-5 "H-: .A I -V ' h " A V ,N -V . 5- -,N '- . 1 r ' Y'- 44 ' X . fy-'ivy' P ' ' F -I 1 Mk: M +1 " ' e V! l ia. n I' .Y , 1 21:-Q -M J W' gf I Y Q . -1 K t,r-J - H.. J: A -x 'fm IL- ?:-g I l--U - ...- - -Twig . , 7' Ev? 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' -MT , Q 1' . lg fi, ' , Milf., 'W " , Hvwmggir, H 'iW:' -' ggi 1 azmt Y: A .luv --Qw:', L-ANN '1' - ww QV, xxfsunghv' Htl:-ag,-'.'4gW' A "W'?"1'-diff? ?w1.55'ig11w4 ' lf: ' , " ' , ww 14W'Nf2 gggmf, ,XM xl jf- . L,1.aIu!L' :1,.xq--Hui,-Qingg, t wrll -'H-ifmw ff," 1 --.1r,1,, ffm wt' '-,df -' fm 11- MV .,,feg,, . . H" Q41 , Mfpgnwwww .. ,UH .www I 1 ' 1 -1- ,Ji V Qu mmf' I 52" nf "w"f14if1.f54E':f25zE2'5g5 HmvAQAgmggi2'5.,Q?uf ,f1'MfI4'fww m ' 'nigga ' K an ..1,f-uf'- ,, af, Q ' 1:a ad22' 1 "' '1 zsga, 2 ' Weiw Ei ' SOPHOMORE CLASS: Anita Corbone, Tom O'Brien FRESHMAN CLASS: Mike Ansell, Rich Nicholson x 1 ga. sim '-'un N-Dv J 1 ,yn vi, C 79- Q j e , . 'ii ., lu, I in. .. 82 " iz , f 3 Wx SENIOR CLASS: Bryce Smink 'fi-?'j5il7kkj.1 w 1 H .L-... " T2 sz Q ' .. , 9:6552 7 1 W , D , S. . : ? ,':-mliw 'f ,L ,M , Jas iw Q JUNIOR CLASS: Paul Jirka, Bill Guerriero -L.. '4' sm... .3 u""" 'wg 'S' 1 lass fficers lf L Y ,B 1' ?-iii' vw rv I TSW' WSWS, , ,gn X, ,N f- A 'qmgigb V. . ,.., if - .5 f, rs M P HJJ5 1 1. 1' 555' ' ' -uma-mea -f--u--.4 -M-4 'Imam' "-n--., fl' Jef 1 l l ,ry -wg 4214 Arnold Abifabilo Owen Anders Hazel Bullw Roslyn Abifabilo Barbara Arreche Wllllf-WI BCIFGN'-l William Afford Danny Baldry GFHQDFY Bdfbef l38 During your years at the University, we have Tried to point out by both word and example that There are certain personal characteristics basic to individual success. The old-fashioned qualities at hard work, care- ful thought, personal integrity and individual responsibility are as important today as when first expressed. Together with a sense of ap- propriate values, they will serve you well in the years ahead. During your years on the campus you have seen many changes occur in the character of the University. These will continue. I hope that your close relationship with the University will also continue so that we may all progress together. My best wishes for success go with each of you. DAVID M. DELO PRESIDENT Eugene Buttenfeld Helen Belnssurlou Ba,-ry Blqisdell A P. -.W -55 .gi-YQH1' wx 'Q w H m el V.-.a Charles Bluzo Sieve Bowen Alan Blocker Russel Bowman Suzanne Bonfe GeoHrey Brice 140 1.1 'BN -' in W' Richard Buckhunfz Gary Cagicxno Samuel Caporice Michael Buss Judy Campbell Adrienne Carlyon ig: M E JE Ig' 141 Bruce Carpenter William Carter Karen Cobb Jeral E. Carter Marcia Chcflin Joe Collera I AQ' ww 1 'P' si. E Qu Q. I W ' Z ' , ,,., :.. 1 ww 11' -::.x:,:. , A 1335 H, H y. :.: . ' f fimfikw !:fggQg3:I:1:: 55:7 2 1: 5 52: , V, hi Louise Collera Richard Cooper Patricia Collins Sherry Corson George Constantin Victor D'AIessio li' 143 ,l 5 fl J Robert D'Amico Cynfl-,iq DaYQon D- L- D0'Vi5f JV' Joseph DeGenova Lawrence Deluge Guadalupe De Moria 51 uv 4 . ,a f., ,Q 'Sl RIIHEIIHEII! llil-I llllllli ll illIEli. ililll!Ill Alicia Diaz Darby Dornblaser Dean Drupin Bert Dolan Dan Dowd Cheryl Ellis u :W W 1? H a, kj-r N W w ' H F H :J Y 12 ,. 5' James Ellmaker Donald Esposito Richard Feeney Harold Erisman Ralph Eubanks Kathleen Ferriel -K' A ' ' ' i Cliff Finkle Darla Fifz Gail Fischer Themestocles Foundus Daisy B. Fisher Robert Frederickson 9' I47 y 1 '-"3-milf, , , QNX 5131? , ,Ml i-- In V V fix if Janice Fried John Gulese Harold Fullam Pauline Gauthier Miguel Fundora William Gebauer l48 Z-' ? KQ ff'Px n mf F ,V 'Z . NE' .lean Gilhdff Joseph Graceffa Barbara Goldenberg james Greenleaf Mariha Gonzalez Diane Harder M9 H H l fig GS pf-.-S Edward Hasson Stanley Holmes Bob Humphreys James Haydon Frank Honkus Michele Hunt William Hendricks Ernest Houde Vernon Ingram 150 4 Beity Ippoiito Francis Johnson Lois Kearney Gloria Jimenez Bertha Kallio Charles Kevorkian 151 i' - Fill i. Mazol Kieffer Lindy Kurre Robert Klomp Demo Kutrumbus Rosalyn Knight William Lafiert 152 Tony Lqkosq Mary Laughter Charles J. Lawson Bruce D. Lcthrope Michael Lovin Brian Lewis azfzffk- N f S 153 Patricia Livingston Carl MacDonald Joyce l.oCicero Diana Marinas Nicholas Lynch Edward Martin 154 :R ? W f, 'WZ' v-fa Carol Mcftheisz Terri Melendi Lee Mafthews Thomas Meller Lindo McLeod Tom Menegus 155 ,pm Au... KL my Adrienne Menendez Motohire Miyagi Henry Miller Florence Moore Paul Minichiello Don Morris 156 'J-"" ,P 7175 """k C' Ronald Mucha Eric Nelson Fred Nielsel George MU"PhY Robert Newman William C. Oakerson 'QR' M, , l , V ' 1 1 l 1-:l Q l -'- -"LA 1,.'..,:2,,,,. 1 '. ":- ' V I l . K Ii , I 'z " -311 A 7 K !Px XX s .1 rv tl 'Y Y Alfred Olsen William Payne Dianne Penzkofer Lyn B. O'Rourke Roselle Pendino Margaret Perez John Perry Francis Pinchot Ralph Petfy Joy Pisano William Pfeil Norman Plotner 159 if w fn KW? i V I 5' --,i -ff 1: - . '- I i 7-.-r ,wavy X , A.,,AL,1eMsZ , Ziiiiigkgggggag' mifziamwvm ,mw- ii S - ii , 22? ws kdm-HH-4 Joan Poller Roger Quiros Nicholas Pompilio Patricia Rednor Sum PUPEHOI JF- larry l. Riemersma 160 .wx 'QM 'fa' EI' Trinidad Rio Marc Rosenwasser Sylvia Roque Wolen Rowe Steven Rosado Karl Schmitz 161 X! Howard Shamblin John Siegol Bryce Smmk George Solomon Douglas Smnth Phlllp Sommese 2' ' 1 ll ' ' ' W .f ,- I ' R ..: V ' - l l F I ' ' X - I . ' . ' h . R l ' l l L..l ' A - - - ' E....Jxkl hy.:-1.-J-'3-" '- , . , . . ,. T' ' ,. .L.?..,.., , , IN . 4, I w . J , . 1 ZS rw, 5 L L L X F N rig' ,N FH J - .- Mwvmmm? 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Other contestants in the contest were: Fran Foran, Tau Epsilon Phi, Kay Isaacson, Alpha Chi Omega, Linda MacLeod, Delta Phi Epsilon, and Donna Zendegui, Zeta Tau Alpha. Each year contestants are sponsored by campus organizations. They are judged by a board of faculty and townspeople. The queen is picked on scholarship, activities, beauty, poise and personality, and dress. First Maid Cindy Dayton Miss Carmen Gonzalez Judges Mrs. Charles R. Walker, Jr., Dean Betty Wiley, Dr. Curtis Gilgush, Dr. Charles West, and Tony Hamilton watch intently. oroccan ueen and Court Moroccan Queen Carmen Gonzalez l69 wp .V E Y . 1 ,jzszezgfif iziggin' 1-iff-2: , -V i m' ,qi --- - , , 1 ff:-T-1,3 :ff-SV:-gf' ., -mf., - 1 ' 5: ,gf YW , f. 1967 MOROCCAN QUEEN MISS CARMEN GONZALEZ 170 Sponsored by Psi Chi -Qffffgg :"l If rw Q ai' 15. L- Carmen is a iunior, maioring in psychology and minoring in English. She has a 2.9 average, having made the Dean's List every semes- ter. She has been the winner of the Borden Freshman Prize and the Sigma Sigma Sigma Award, awarded to the pledge with the highest scholastic average on campus. She was elected to Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges this year. Carmen is a member of Ulema, having served as secretary, Sigma Tau Delta, Psi Chi, Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, having served as Lyre editor and publicity chairman, the Delo Forensic Society, Readers Theater, the Spanish Club, having served as president and sec- retary, the Newman Club and the Publications Committee. She has served on the Minaret staff and on the Moroccan statt, as Organiza- tions Editor and at present as Editor- in-Chief. She has also been awarded a Publications Scholarship- x , .FE Y . A fn .-" 5- 1' 'eg .K ,VJ - f,.-f KA:?,q.. , ,, ,ww W , 35 i' It qiusg, , .. va K . ,1.Px.,,' , .r - fi. . , , g ., . fiff as : ,. --1 M fb if , kr Q ff? , , ,:,, . WA gfQQ"3- Y Wm if ? ,,w 'fig-f' - 3. az' mf W Q, F',f5+2'. U -f , J -if V f H!- ' ' X N. y -1: . ,wa-fr , 1- -K -wp.. ,K r , , u bag j.+x if '-'B ,Q f'1'gi?sxT' ' y , . gpg' cl. 4' 33" ' 1'7 X ipgni ' v F: STQSQP: . A E. .51-.. - 1:9 .' fig :-it .1 fn V, 'E " M - f 'rx .Hg "A,-i . KY' Ay ' . 5 -. s . 4, ffm, , 5 W 5 -N -:mn ,f 7 -1:-,, , ,U U ,,1,. ., N- , .qv -- Q .. iw? " 'f' a .T A , . ,t L. n., . -,G 1 Isp K, f - ' ,F-4. 172 . TT, . 4.-f M.,-g- ,A ' .- V' 1. ., X . . - - .jfifi ., .x.., : V .--'f-14:--"f 1 11.4274 , , qygpu - . .,..i S., ' ,D 4?03'M' . fgfT'E?+- if JL' 1 "P f- -1 gif ' Q2 ' ' - -.x'gg-. ,. ff? ,, ,iw . - 1 1, '-Miva frirdif, ' I . .4Jl'f5,2'.fNf'-ji-3 'ESQALU' V5 Wx. MISS CI DY D YTO Sponsored by Pi Kappa Phi Cindy is mczioring in ort ond minor- ing in English. She is ci member of Ulemo cmd Kczppcu Pi. She holds Q Tcumpo Greyhound Scholarship and hos been on the Decm's List. Cindy is Lody-in-Waiting in The Homecom- ing Queen Confesr. ..,1A :ww ifwwyd .,T'i93si? ' Leads: 5 Y Hmfi 4 - J X K . - - , wr 1, efgogbi f ' 'F' 3? L'i:5n' , 122. ' in f. ' W H . 4, " f ' '1 mil-mr 2 ' 'W 'Ju' .1 V xi ' 222 f'?"f2 Zzfflgifwi X 'K YSQB " .g5,-,1,:-- 'f . M W- gk S , wk, 9 1. 4225255 Q . .ww ' Wiz A f. - if ' 'uni J Emi 352, .ieauws Q if ,.'fY11gfg,. ' W' MISS FRAN FORAN Sponsored by Tau Epsilon Phu Fran is maioring in elementary ed- ucation. She is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha, where she has been music chairman, ritual chairman, and has been on the Executive Committee. She is in the Newman Club, the House of Representatives, NEA-FEA, and ACE. Fran is a cheer- leacler, and sings with the University of Tampa Band. fh- MISS KAY ISAACSGN Sponsored by Alpha Chi Omega Kay is maioring in French and minoring in English. She is Student Director of Howell Hall, and is on the Dormitory Council. She is a member of Alpha Chi Omega Soror- ify, where she serves as second vice-president She is also a member of Sigma Tau Delta, cmd is on The A.W.S. Executive Board. Kay is ci Pi Kappa Phi Daughter, Pi Kappa Phi Rose Queen, Strike Queen, Minarer Maid of The Week, and was on the Diamond Jubilee Queen's Court. She, also, holds a scholarship from The Tampa Junior Women's Club. L, w w "-5' , Eff fy, 'r QA? 1 Ziff, 51 ... -v- ,,f W ..,,,, , 'E f. ,ffrvd 3,8 1' Flin-- .- ' g:'?5x,,-,, : . A -a:',P:.,Ira:',:' Mfg. , :fly-.cgi .' .sg ..'T"4i' ,- -str: 2,-..,f , . a'f9fL3lTr' T ff" I .K ily 3 'L.,Yf":, -,f.,,3-,1.A35'.-1 , , ,. 'f' L4.,w 4..x.f,:.-5 ' k , ., Xf ,-J,-,,1,f5:. ,.:An35-...HJ . .. ggff 'fffQZf.':4?g 1 . "Vi-3 111' 1Qf.'l.':.-:nv Z'1'v,"",L2'--, -,' , , . 'P1g5xi3:f5', ' ' , . 1 1. .,15.g55-',.,,,f rg 331:34 ,ff jgfns ,L+-'-.7:?I'., -,--"1jg,,:,-gal' L-f-'lit' 'G -. ', 11 :ii-1'-'.-,H-.' ':1 ' 'rf' ,-' - -4-4-"f ---1-.1-.-,.: 5 1' f...-a . - QQ, ':::6f'W'I -,I '-I-51' , - " 'rf '- I " ig? , f:.'.-3'.1.'lJ,..1. ,Q 1 1 4:.w-s'.11,.-.-.-uc., -lg..-,,. f Q: W U N an V. wi H MISS LI DA MCLEOD Sponsored by Delta Phi Epsilon Wi? Linda is maioring in biology and minoring in chemisfry. She is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Soror- ity where she has senled as co-rush chairman, scholarship chairman and vice-president, The House of Repre- sentatives, where she was chairman of The ways and means commiffee, Psi Chi, Newman Club,A Warihogs and I. R. C- She has been a maior- effe, and was eleciecl To Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- ties. W? 1 1 1 1 -112214522221 1 1 M V ' 1 - 1 11 11 usffgsaw 1 biiiggfmwxM11!!1.!1!1,N1.'!11- 11 11, QQ xx 1-X11 1 .111 A X 11' 1 1 1 W, -5:1 1.- 1 ,1 H H 11 1 1 4 ,,1?1:.,1.1f,m5115 H 1 1 ,zwmk 1,1 111' 1 1 1152 QQ U '11' 11, 1-C',1,,,-1' Q3cwg1W111! . 1 1 1 - L51 , J :gg 11 V61 E-1131315 N. 3'22 1- 1"Q , '111 111m1 , 1 "lim Y 4kQ,EiZ1 . . hui.- .' , "'?5g-9Q..,.,g . 12 , 1. ., .' . 5. ' 1 --, ' 1-1"'f7' ' 1-.. 1 M. , , . x. 1 , - ,.. f 1 . 1- f ,-.. , . . 5, V., .-.., A suv, . ' - 1, v . '.:.!g wg- , fr ,' I f. ,, 1 12 L-F -1' v '1 A ,1 1 1 ,H ,-.,.,'f vi. 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Moroccan Favorites Jackie Kennedy Ng,-if fi-4 1 Toni Rodriguez Y 1 W1 1 r' 5' 1, Darby Dornbloser 183 Merry Barr Terri Melendi s ff' 5 4 A i ,N ' '- ' n- ' Adrienne Ccrlyon Adeline Gonzalez Kathleen Farcghan f -"'L'llY" ,g:. -., W neiffz'-T: ., ' -1,-. ' A ' . ' .awe-:fc i ' V 1-'Cha -Hmm ,: '--vw ,,,M,41Jw1W, V , mn 431 N ,F 1. k,n'yg1,.:-v,- X J L If r HT. '. 1.3.3 , - - ,,, - .u . 1: , I l "Vx " Mr, A .fn E .5 Diane Robotfi g h, F 2 'fffl 'fr Q f 3 i xi c'giXWK' T Cherri Ellis Bonnie Scot! 187 XX 'M XX X Xw X X X X was V I lt was a long season for Coach Sam Bailey and his Spartan charges as they faced an upgraded football schedule which included both Tulsa and Houston, two Southwestern powers, the latter in the AP top ten major college rankings! A credit- able 4-5 record was the result of the new Spartan power schedule. Wait 'til next yecrl Wayne Blount scampers for six points. time 2' 2. L s . , is?-'35 '33, eegvxefw 2-auger , N My 'YJ J,-5. nl xii +2 1 q 1-l f -. rg! ls' fl. I ,f, 1' n , K 5 FIRST ROW: Joe Pirello, Ron Brown, Mike Farley, Fred Branch, Jesse Kaye, Dan Sikes, Armando Flores, Dan Cogan, Pat Gisperf, Pat Turner, Ron Boylan, Vernon Korhn SECOND ROW: Norm Soash, Bill Hurt, Dick Nittenger, Bucky Biallas, Gary Hallauer, Jim Lake, Larry Ellington, Wayne Blount, Hank Dixson, Doug Erwin, Gary Rapp, Vasa Stolbrand, Wayne Hayes, Ernie Casares, Gene Flores, Mike Roddick THIRD ROW: Nick Noukas, Ronnie Keller, Ted Mims, Russ Edge, David Morgan, Mike Clark, Joe Flaherty, Mike Davis, Fred Keely, Ed Nizwantowski, Wilrnont Williams, Bobby Fernandez, Dick Thomas, Bob Younis FOURTH ROW: Don Redding, John Benedetto, Butch Redding, Jess Wright, Randy Bennett, Jon Trezona, Tony Corallo, Jimmy Crowe, Steve Starnes, Greg Harris, Joe Hernandez, Jeff Miltner, Gary Groves, Kelly Wainscott, Mike Tolleson. 191 L s3:i l.-Lf.-H -- ,E iw. 'VI .y, 4 : A' xx IGGY If ,Xf I E lun!! Bobby Fernandez. A Jesse Kaye. Golden Hurricane warnings were post- ed as Tampa led off with the University of Tulsa. An 85 yard return of an in- terception by Joe Pirello and two safe- ties by Ron Brown and the hard charg- ing Spartan line accounted for the Tampa scoring as Tulsa slipped by, 57-l l. 7 X Coaches: Charlie Bailey, Vic Prinzi, Sam Bailey, Larry Beckish. John Bendetto stopped after taking Kaye pass for a first down 193 r Q-.4 'W 4 4 gm.. 1 'X :fi 1 +1 1 iw' 1.1 34 VA so .,-:f,Z...i-Q, Y.- v , V, 1- .M -fr ,- ' . -' .- . . "" 7fie i ,ir-0 lr 'l'2,2 H'-I P ' .,. -, ,. sgfw Q --,ref .-A..-'ililgk ., - ' ' 'JW .Eff-2 Bobby Fernandez scores with a Kaye pass. Former Big Eight and Big Ten quarterback Jesse Kaye sparked Tampa to a fourth quarter rout of the strong Falcons of Bowling Green University in the Spartans' second outing of the year. Erasing a I3-O deficit constructed on a strong running game and on field goals of 41 and 47 yards, Kaye unleashed the bomb to Bobby Fernandez for i8 yards and six points. After a Bowling Green fumble the scene was re- peated as Fernandez took a Kaye toss for 34 yards to notch the score at l3-l2. Later Safety Joe Pirello scampered 30 yards to the Tampa 43 with a Falcon punt. With the running of Ernie Casares, Tampa drove deep into Falcon territory where passes to Gary Rapp and Fred Branch saved the day for Tampa, 20-l3. The following week saw the University of Akron doubleteam End Bobby Fernandez to no avail as the Spartan gathered passes of 25, 5, and l5 yards to smother the Spartan foes, 20-12. Gary Rapp drives for another first down. Permanent members of the Falcon backfield. Kaye in acfionl l95 Led by converted quarterback Vernon Korhn after the exit of injured Jesse Kaye, and Bobby Fernandez early in the game, the Spartans outgained the Eagles of North Texas State University, but de- fensive brilliance bythe Eagles allowed the offense to convert Spartan errors into a 4l-6 victory. Against Furman the shocked Spartans rolled up 450 yards on the running of Ernie Casares and the passing of Jesse Kaye to crush the Paladins, 41-2. Safety Joe Pirello con- tributed a 68 yard return of an interi ception for six points. Good call, ref. Russ Edge snaps up the loose ball ,Z J ,gi Q Defensive pass interference Ga ry Ru pp Tag, you're itl The "Rough Riders" force another Eagle fumble. I .-5' Spartan second effort The Spartan trip to the Astrodome to meet eighth ranked Houston ended in defeat, 48-9, but not without a creditable performance by the outmanned Spartan eleven. Gulf Con- ference power Northeast Louisiana State further added to Spartan woes the following week by holding the explosive Tampans to 190 yards. Northeast unleashed a brutal ground attack, capitalizing on Spartan errors, for a hard earned 17-O win. Against the University ot Buffalo the "Rough Rider" Spartan defensive team sparkled, with the foe entering Tampa territory for the tirst time in the second halt. Haltback Wayne Blount took a Kaye pitchout Sl yards for six points to begin the scoring as the Spartan iuggernaut clicked. Defensive stand- outs Vernon Korhn and Mike Davis, each with touchdown passes in the Furman game, again appeared at quarterback with brilliant Jesse Kaye in the 27-8 victory. The season closed with a 14-6 loss to Eastern Kentucky. Heads-up football F was x S Q, W -1 xii: . Great Spartan pursuit by Hank Dixson. "End around" unsuccessful. The 1966 Spartans rewrote the recordbooks with ease. Quar- terback Jesse Kaye passed 334 times, completing 157, for 1891 yards and 14 touchdowns. On the receiving aspect, Flanker Gary Rapp took 57 passes for 679 yards and 5 touchdowns, eclipsing the record set by Little All American Joe Galmin in 1964. A close second was in- iured End Bobby Fernandez who took 31 passes for 438 yards and five touchdowns in lust five games. Fullback Ernie Casares gained 421 yards in 82 carries before leaving the Spartans be- cause of illness. Behind these records are the protection of Guard Mike Clark and the rest of the offensive line. Safety Joe Pirello, with a halt-dozen inter- ceptions, Monster Back Vernon Korhn, and standout Ron Brown sparked the "Rough Rider" de- fensive team. Where gumes are won or lost. 1 1- lmlmef 4 N: '11 Ss, it tilwrji Lack of experience was a maior factor in the early per- formance of the Spartan five. With only four lettermen returning, basketball coach Dana Kirk, in his first year at the college level, fashioned a good cage team out of first year men. All-American honorable mention iunior college forward John Sileno, All-State iunior college forward' Rudy Bradley, iunior college guards Ken Stigall, Vic Thixton, and Forwards Jay Akers, Chuck Sprietsma, Frank Pinchot, and Ron Stone furnished needed experience in the early season. Overall results were mixed as the young Spartan team faced an upgraded sports program which included AP second co-ranked major college basketball powers University of North Carolina and Louisville, midwestern small powers Western Kentucky, Xavier, and Dayton, and competed in the Birmingham Classic tournament in Bir- mingham, Alabama. Head Basketball Coach, Dana Kirk Ballet of agony. 202 Ken Stigall in for two. UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 'I967 Dec. Jan Feb 'I 3 7 I0 I2 'I3 'I5 29 30 4 6 l'I University of Miami Louisiana State University Rollins College Western Kentucky Xavier Louisville Dayton Birmingham Classic Tournament Birmingham Classic Tournament Biscayne College Taylor University Stetson 164 University of Miami 24 26 28 30 31 I 7 9 15 'I8 21 25 27 University of North Carolina at Charlotte Rollins'College Mercer Florida State Valdosta State Mercer Florida Southern Stetson Florida Presbyterian Augusta College Florida Southern Valdosta State Florida State Hixon Hall Hixon Hall Howell Gym Away Away Away Away Away Away Howell Gym Howell Gym Away Away Howell Gym Away Howell Gym Away Away Away Away Howell Gym Away Howell Gym Howell Gym Howell Gym Howell Gym Rudy Bradley clown for the count 203 Jump balll After opening losses to the University of Mi- ami and to LSU, Tampa rebounded to slip by Rollins, 83-78, for the first victory of the season. Forward Frank Pinchot again led the offense with 28 points as John Sileno, Rudy Bradley, defensive star Vic Thixton, and leading rebounder Lester Henley also were in double figures. Hitting less than thirty per cent of shots from the floor, the Spartans lost to Western Kentucky, Xavier, Louisville, and Dayton Universities. No match for the fast-breaking small college powers, the Spar- tans attempted the slow game with some success, but height and experience staved the Tampa challenge. 204 Vic Thixton pushes for two points. Ken Sfigull drives in Yhe lone 205 x 12, E L " fgwsffm, 1 v Vi F25 535-QA . Trailing from the outset, the Spartans bowed to a taller Jacksonville State University quintet, 107-92, in the op- ening round ot the Birming- ham Classic tournament. Both tives scored on 36 field goals, but State con- verted 35 foul shots to emerge the winner. The bright spot of the game was that Tampa outre- bounded the taller State tive. ln the consolation match, Forward Doug Smith hit a 25-toot iump shot with five seconds re- maining to pull the Spar- tans over Tennessee Wes- leyan. John Sileno, Ron Stone, Lester Henley, and Vic Thixton led the scoring. Rudy Bradley drives for two. 7 UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA BASEBALL SCHEDULE 'I967 March 4 St. Leo 'IO South Florida I5 St. Andrews 'I6 St. Andrews 20 Milligan 21 Rider 22 Milligan 24 Coast Guard Academy 25 Coast Guard Academy 28 Spring Harbor 29 Spring Harbor April 7 St. Leo 12 Rollins 'I5 Rollins 19 Florida Southern 22 Florida Southern 26 Stetson 29 Stetson May 'I Miami 2 Miami 3 Presbyterian 5 South Florida Stetson out at Ist. Away Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Home Away Away Home Home Away Home Home Home Home Base hit One for Tampa You'II never make it, Buddy Safel Baseball 209 March 22 23 25 27 29 30 April 8 l 5 22 29 Ballet Class. CREW SCHEDULE Marietta College H Marisi College H Cypress Gardens Regatta A Iona College H Purdue H Amhersi H Florida Southern College H Jacksonville Universiiy H Rollins College A State Race H F 6 iff I! '1 The quick tukedown. The Gray Line Tours were never like this it X 1, ,1 'A , - as , .W brew The varsity heavyweight shell negotiates the Hillsborough Rner with ease Wrestling Defending state champions for the fifth con- secutive year, the University of Tampa wres- tling team launched its sixth championship with a convincing 26-18 win' over Florida State University. Returning matmen Jack Mancusi, Allen Longstreet, 145-pound division state champion Steve Lowe, cmd 123-pound division state champion and captain Chuck Heindel led the Spartans in the successful drive. Skiing i-A Good instruction in basic fundamentals No sngw-iusf water insured a fine performance of the Water- ski Team. N. in y ,legs will N2 i i .W H, . . . . it... Lim.. iii iii...i. A recent addition to university oth- 'tl i'tfl-iciiiggl W letics, the Spartan water-ski team op- ened its third full season as defend- ing Florida collegiate champions. The proticient aquanauts competed suc- cessfully in the dilticult slalom, lumps, and individual trick events against foes from the state universities and the Florida Intercollegiate Conference in addition to junior colleges in the area, to retain superiority on seas. .EQ ii' faint 'l Tennis A baseline return. sleUdYf Pink- "They're not golf balls ? l" 213 TENNIS SCHEDULE March 7 Florida Southern A April 9 Florida Presbyterian A I4 University of Kentucky H I6 Tennessee Wesleyan H 20 Principia H 25 Graceland College H 29 Stetson H 6 Florida Southern H 8 Stetson A 19 Florida Presbyterian H g:3,J-I:73:?:A:- 1 if .. A-. Q-. ' 'fm' Q NQ5, x.,' --fm-.. U . S-..g3.t..3:. My -tu . , K 1 f f '. .V I ,J ll 1 2 1 l i I Ml il i.g A visit from the current Miss New York State, our own Penny Don- aghue, was the occasion of much excitement at the university. She arrived for homecoming festivities, and was met at the airport by a cavalcade of students who es- corted her back to the campus. An outstanding student at Tampa be- fore her graduation in 1966, Penny had been Homecoming Queen and Moroccan Queen, had been the recipient of the Outstanding Fe- male Graduate, and Rabbi Zielon- ka Religious Awards. A member of the scholastic honor society, she was elected to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- ties. Penny had to top nineteen contestants at Olean, New York, to win the title Miss New York State. She entered the contest be- cause a local newspaper ran her Homecoming Queen picture and pageant officials called her family suggesting that she enter the state contest. w v Cb N G N zwv'f'f55 f w ,3563j3rq,grjf,W , ,' Warm,,.g'jy"':"'11-' , -' '-" Hill ' fxliifqfgxgg 'ff A-5g7sv.39 W: YV M- W - aegfgskggwiueg - ' z, g H 'M ' ,IT 1 T "Ulises ' A -'J , f A '- ' wp ' ' 'PI,'llIZ'1EifFE'f3!L!lTi11l ' " 1,1 ' uzrmzffsnmsiu W ' ' ',,,',15gg3g by ' I ,'f'5z1g:K1f3:'!-nm!-SQL!!! , H f W x zwmmrfma w' 'wsizwsi , zp'A'T1I'?,iT1ll 5 ig 5"' Q, ' we zgmffmird 1" Y' uf E", V . W 'sm 1 Y 1 ..A 1 Y ,. 1,5-,av Jack and Sally Jenkins, one of the most popular singing teams in the country, returned to Tampa U, their alma mater, to appear in convocation. Primarily classical singers, they studied at the university under Lyman Wiltse, now associate professor of music emer- itus, receiving their Bachelor of Sci- ence degrees in 1961. Jack and Sally began their singing career here, were discovered by Guy Lombardo, and went on to appear in leading supper clubs, hotels, night clubs, summer stock, and on network television shows. They have presented a concert in al- most every maior city, and at the Pittsburg Playhouse starred in "Love Song," a musical comedy based on their romance on campus and written for them. A clever arrangement of the "Swinging Shepherd Blues," "More," "Granada," and selections from "My Fair Lady" were among the student fa- vorites. 216 7 Dr. and Mrs. David Delo were hosts of a Christmas open house for fulltime students at the university. The annual event is greatly anticipated by all the students. The scene was the beautiful Delo home on Bayshore, the decorations were in holiday motif featuring Christmas greens and candles, and the entertainment con- sisted of Christmas songs and stimulating conversation. in ,1- - P ..-.f 1 I n L mg "Ah, Thomas, my Thomas." These are the words of love and rancor that re- cur throughout "Becket," one of the drama department's finest productions of the season. Briefly, it is a story of King Henry Il of England, his love for a friend, Thomas Becket, and his hopes to end the political rivalry between himself and the church by placing Becket at the country's highest church position, as Archbishop of Canterbury. But when Becket takes on the cloth of the church, he finds honor. He finds that he is capable of caring about many things. And he places the church above the state, his love for God above his love for his friend. "Becket, a well-conceived drama that catches the mood of the times, was a great success. ll I .LM 'K Q X xk i n A QQ ,1, , Q, UW, For eleven days in February the city of Tampa be- comes a den of pirates. AII this is a result of the Gasparilla Invasion, led by Jose Gaspar, of course. Early one morning while the city is yet asleep, a mighty pirate ship sails surreptitiously into beautiful Tampa Bay. Immediately the alarm is rung and the citizens of our fair city board all sea-worthy crafts and ride out to engage the pirates in a fight to the death. While the citizens hold the pirates at bay, amid heavy gunfire and cannon blasts, the dauntless Ybor City Navy arrives, and manages, as usual, to Iose the fight to the bloodthirsty invaders. .lose Gas- par finally accepts the surrender of the city and for eleven days we are all his captives. Among the ac- tivities offered are the fabulous Florida State Fair, with its Championship Rodeo, Hurricane Hell Drivers, the latest in exhibits, the Florida Electrical Exposition, the flower show, the art exhibition and the fun- packed midway, the Gasparilla Pirate Parade fsim- ilar to the ancient Romans entering a conquered cityj and the Ybor City Illuminated Night Parade, boast- ing hundreds of floats and marching bands-and for a chosen few, the Gasparilla Coronation Ball, where a wealthy king and queen of Gasparilla are chosen annually. 223 -.1 ...RE '53..iE-- 'Sain'- Q Among the interesting personalities visiting the Tampa U campus throughout the year, was William DeWitt Snodgrass, reading and discussing his poetry in con- vocation. Snodgrass, whose poetry has been pub- lished in various magazines, is considered one of the outstanding contemporary poets in America. Although his poems tend to be traditional and regular, his work is polished and lyrical, sometimes containing harsh humor that turns on puns. His first volume of poetry, "The Heart's Needle" in 1959, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize. In 1957, he was the recipient of the Ingram Merrill Award in poetry and was named a Hudson Review Fellow in Poetry in 1958-1959. He was given the Guiness Award in Poetry in 1961 and in 1965-66 was awarded a Ford Foundation Grant in Theater Study. The Pulitzer Prize winner received his B.A., M.A. and M.F.A. degrees from the State University of lowa. He has taught at Moorehead and Antioch Colleges and Cornell University and is currently on leave from Wayne State University in Detroit. Another outstanding figure was Spyros P. Skouras, chairman ot Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. His message was: the motion picture industry is a mighty instrument for peace. From a start as a shoe shine boy in St. Louis, Skouras rose to the ownership of a chain of theaters later taken over by Warner Broth- ers. In 1929 he became the head executive of Warner Brothers and in 1942 was named head of Twentieth Century Fox. Today he is chairman of the board. Also ot great interest to the student body were An- drei Vosnesensky, famous young Russian poet, and Barry Goldwater, who appeared later in the year. 'Q-.NL 4 2 4 is f 5 ig , gg Q 5 v A , Q' -' 226 I 2 Abitabilo, Arnold P. Tampa, Florida Major: Physical Education Minor: Art Kappa Delta Pi Afford, William Joseph Clearwater, Florida Major: Business Administration Minor: Economics Arreche, Barbara Olly Coral Gables, Florida Major: History Minor: English Newman Club Methodist Student Union Spanish Club Phi Alpha Theta Ashmead, Robert Howland Tampa, Florida Major: History Minor: English Tau Epsilon Phi Baldry, Daniel Dilts Tarpon Springs, Florida Major: Physical Education Minor: History Physical Education Majors Club Ballou, Hazel Marie Pinellas Park, Florida Senior Director A.C.E. President NEA-FEA Barber, Gregory Gus Key West, Florida Major: Sociology Minor: Spanish, History, Religion Theta Chi Barnary, William Lawrence Tampa, Florida Major: Physical Education Minor: History Physical Education Majors Club Blaisdell, Barry F. Arlington, Virginia Major: Business Administration Minor: Economics Blazo, Charles Mark Middlesex, New Jersey Major: Physical Education Minor: Biology Blocker, Alan Howard Tampa, Florida Major: Business Administration Minor: Economics Bonfe, Gregory S. Tampa, Florida Major: Physical Education Minor: Business Administration Boonstra, Gerald A. Tampa, Florida Major: Economics Minor: History Bowman, Russel Harvey Tampa, Florida Major: Social Science Braverman, Joel Philip Tampa, Florida Major: Physical Education Minor: History Lykes Hall Intramural Director Brett, Edmund John, Jr. Springfield, Massachusetts Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry Newman Club Orientation Committee Brice, Geoffrey Harrington Tampa, Florida Major: Business Administration Minor: Economics Delta Sigma Pi Brown, Jean Allen St. Petersburg, Florida Major: Elementary Education Kappa Delta Pi Brown, Joyce Dorothy Largo, Florida Major: Elementary Education Brunet, Tony Michael Tampa, Florida Major: Sociology Minor: Psychology Buckhantz, Richard Joel Vineland, New Jersey Major: English Minor: History, Religion Tau Epsilon Phi-Parliamentarian Sigma Tau Delta-President IFC-Secretary Pi Delta Epsilon Major: Elementary Education Minor: History Bvftvfdf Che"Yl EVC'lY"' Kappa Delta Pi Tau Epsilon Phi Ellenton, Florida Ujemo Jewish Student Union Major: Physical Education Crown-Zellerbach Award House of Representatives Minor: English Delta Sorority Physical Education Majors Club Bush, Arnold Melvin Sarasota, Florida Major: Economics Minor: History Buss, Michael Comer Tampa, Florida Major: Physical Education Minor: Biology Theta Chi Cagiano, Garrett V. Tampa, Florida Major: Social Science Minor: Psychology Sophomore Vice President Sigma Phi Epsilon-President Lettermens Club Caltagirone, Helen Roseann Tampa, Florida Major: Elementary Education Delta Phi Epsilon Majorette Women's Varsity Tennis Team Campbell, Judy Alvarez Tampa, Florida Major: Physical Education Minor: Geography Caporice, Samuel Tampa, Florida Major: Accounting Minor: Economics Pi Kappa Phi Carlyon, Adrienne A. Ithaca, New York Major: Elementary Education Delta Phi Epsilon-Corresponding Sec- retary A.C.E. Moroccan Statt NEA-FEA Warthogs Carroll, Dan A. Princeton, New Jersey Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Art Pi Kappa Phi Kappa Phi Carter, Jeral Elvin Tampa, Florida Major: Industrial Arts Minor: Business Administration Honor Roll Epsilon Pi Tau Carter, William D. Guthrie, Kentucky Major: History Minor: Geography Chalfin, Marcia Estelle Paterson, New Jersey Major: English Minor: Psychology Civinettes Delta Phi Epsilon-President, Vice president Pi Delta Epsilon Panhellenic Council Clark, Nancy Jean Tampa, Florida Major: Physical Education Minor: Psychology Cobb, Karen Jeanineen Tampa, Florida Major: Elementary Education Minor: English Alpha Chi Omega-Outstanding Pledge Pi Delta Epsilon-President, Secretary S.U.S.G.A.-Secretary Secretary of Student Government Majorette Moroccan-Class Editor A.C.E. S.F.E.A. House of Representatives Honor Roll Collins, Patricia Louise Tampa, Florida Major: Business Education Minor: English Alphi Chi Omega Cheerleader Newman Club Conrad, George Dewey Tampa, Florida Major: Economics Minor: Sociology Newman Club Costantin, George Nelson Tampa, Florida Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry, History Crew International Relations Club Cooper, Richard Barry Tampa, Florida Major: Psychology Minor: Math Psi Chi University ot Tampa Players Student Film Series Corson, Geraldine Sherry Tampa, Florida Major: Math Minor: English Newman Club Science Club 229 D'Alessio, Victor Anthony Tampa, Florida Major: Physical Education Minor: History Physical Education Majors Club Sigma Phi Epsilon D'Amico, Robert Charles Tampa, Florida Major: Business Education Minor: Economics Sigma Phi Epsilon lnterfraternity Council Intramural Basketball Team Davis, Donald Walter Long island, New York Major: Business Education Minor: Economics Pi Kappa Phi Delta Sigma Pi Newman Club Dayton, Cynthia Walker Dunellen, New Jersey Major: Art Minor: English Ulema Kappa Pi Tampa Greyhound Scholarship Davis, Dellwyn Lewis, Jr. Tampa, Florida Major: Social Science Minor: Sociology Minor: Chemistry DeVictoria, Joseph M. Westport, Connecticut Major: Pre-Law Minor: English Newman Club Intramurals Diaz, Alicia Mercedes Tampa, Florida Major: Elementary Education Minor: Geography Dean's List Honor Roll Dowd, Daniel Tampa, Floridia Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry Kitty Farnell Cancer Research Award Drapin, Dean C. Tampa, Florida Major: Business Administration Minor: Economics Honor Roll Pi Delta Epsilon Ellis, Cheryl Karen Tampa, Florida Major: Elementary Education Alpha Chi Omega-President, Ist. Vice-President, Warden Who's Who in American Colleges and Panhellenic Council-President, Treas- Universities urer Pi KOPPC1 Phi Head Cheerleader Freshman Class Representative NEA-FEA Minaret Staft University Singers Student Government Cabinet Who's Who in American Colleges and Decker, Richard Joseph Universities Tampa, Florida Alpha Chi Omega Girl ot the Golden Major: Physical Education Lyre Minor: History Epel, Burton Anthony Physical Education Majors Club Venice, Florida DeGenova, Joseph Anthony Major: Art Paterson, New Jersey Minor: History Major: Physical Education Tau Epsilon Phi Minor: History Kappa Pi Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Tau Delta lntertraternity Council-President Senior Class Vice-President Physical Education Majors Club Orientation Committee DeLage, Lawrence Esposito, Donald Nicholas Tampa, Florida Raritan, New Jersey Major: Industrial Arts Major: History Minor: Sociology Minor: Speech, Radio, Drama Epsilon Pi Tau Tau Kappa Epsilon-Vice-President, Florida Industrial Arts Association Treasurer, Historian De Maria, Guadalupe Newman Club Panama, Panama International Relations Club Major: Biology Delo Forensic Society 230 Pi Delta Epsilon Minaret Stott Peace Corp Representative to Tam paU Mental Health Representative to Tam pa U Hometown News Director Favata, Angelo Frank Tampa, Florida Major: History Minor: English Tau Kappa Epsilon-Vice-President Interfraternity Council Spanish Club Feeney, Richard Michael Newburgh, New York Major: Business Administration Minor: Economics Delta Sigma Pi Fessler, David Meyer Tampa, Florida Major: Physical Education Minor: Psychology Tau Epsilon Phi Physical Education Majors Club Finkle, Clifford Brown, Ill N. 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Tampa, Florida Major: Physical Education Minor: Math Keating, Jack Joseph Tampa, Florida Major: Business Administration Minor: Economics Kevorkian, Charles Joseph Watertown, Massachusetts Major: English Minor: Political Science Knight, Rosalyn Marie Tampa, Florida Major: Elementary Education Kunsch, Richard Eugene Bridgeport, Connecticut Major: Art Minor: History Tau Epsilon Phi Student Body Vice-President Kappa Pi Homecoming Chairman 1965 Homecoming Co-Chairman 1966 Kutrumbos, Charles L. Asbury Park, New Jersey Major: Physical Education Minor: History Sigma Phi Epsilon-Pledge Class Presi- dent Physical Education Majors Club-Vice- President Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities Freshman Class President Sophomore Class President Honor Roll LaHert, William Raymond Winchester, Massach usetts Major: Business Administration Minor: Economics Delta Sigma Pi La Rosa, Anthony F. Bronx, New York Major: Physical Education Minor: English, History Theta Chi Lathrope, Donald Bruce Isle, Connecticut Major: Sociology Minor: Political Science Pi Kappa Phi Laughter, Mary Jacquelyn Tampa, Fla. Major: Elementary Education 233 Lawson, Charles Jonathan Tampa, Florida Major: English Minor: French Sigma Tau Delta Lewis, Brian P. New York, New York Major: Economics Minor: English Livingston, Patricia Ann Tampa, Florida Major: Elementary Education Delta Sorority A.C.E. NEA-FEA LoCicero, Joyce Marie Tampa, Florida Major: Elementary Education Minor: English Alpha Chi Omega-Pledge Class Presi- dent, Historian, Librarian Sigma Tau Delta-Secretary, Historian Kappa Delta Pi Honor Roll NEA--FEA A.C.E. 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Newman Club Dean's List Honor Roll Spanish Club-Vice-President Mellor, Thomas George Temple Terrace, Florida Major: Business Administration Minor: Economics Menendez, Adrienne Tampa, Florida Major: Elementary Education Minor: English Alpha Chi Omega-Historian, den, Chaplain NEA-FEA A.C.E. Sigma Tau Delta Moroccan Queen War- "Miss Smile" Menendez, Richard Tampa, Florida Major: Elementary Education Pi Kappa Phi Menegus, Thomas Alan Clifton, New Jersey Major: Physical Education Minor: Geography Physical Education Majors Club Newman Club Miaonlis, Kaliope C. Tarpon Springs, Florida Major: Elementary Education Zeta Tau Alpha Miller, Henry Littleton Tampa, Florida Major: History Minor: Biology Moore, Florence Ann Tampa, Florida Major: Elementary Education Delta Sorority Sigma Alpha Iota Dorm Counsellor Band Chorus Intramurals Morris, Donald Edward Tampa, Florida Major: Business Administration Minor: Economics and Delta Sigma Pi Mucha, F. Ronald Chevy Chase, Maryland Major: Sociology Minor: English Murphy, George D. Tampa, Florida Major: English Minor: History Student Government Crew Tau Kappa Epsilon Greek Man of the Year 234 Nelson, Eric Walter, Jr. Bayonne, New Jersey Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry Tau Kappa Epsilon Science Club-President, Secretary, Historian Newman, Robert Leslie, lll Tampa, Florida Major: English Minor: Art Nielsen, Frederick M. Tampa, Florida Major: Industrial Arts Minor: History Tau Kappa Epsilon Oakerson, William Charles Little Silver, New Jersey Major: History Minor: English Student Body President Alpha Chi Omega "Big Lyre" Phi Alpha Theta Who's Who in American College Universities Sigma Tau Delta J. V. Crew Team Co-Captain Varsity Letterman Dean's List Honor Roll House of Representatives Orientation Committee Student Union Leadership School SClI'I Sigma Phi Epsilon-Vice-Presiden Pledge Award U. G. Dubach Award F. Scott Key Award Ulema O'Connell, John James West Springtield, Massachusetts Major: English Minor: Philosophy O'Neal, Kathryn L. Tampa, Florida Major: Business Administration Minor: Economics Zeta Tau Alpha Pacheco, Gerald Paul East Falmouth, Massachusetts Major: Business Administration Minor: Economics Pi Kappa Phi Payne, William John Tampa, Florida Major: Physical Education Minor: History Baseball Team Physical Education Majors Club Pendino, Rosalie Tampa, Florida Major: Elementary Education Alpha Chi Omega Penzkofer, Diane Lee Tampa, Florida. Major: Education Perez, Joseph Nelson Tampa, Florida Major: Accounting Minor: Economics Delta Sigma Pi Perez, Margaret Christine Tampa, Florida 1, Best Major: Elementary Education Band NEA-FEA Perry, John Arrington Miami, Florida Major: Physical Education Minor: Biology Most Valuable Back Theta Chi Football Captain Most Valuable Player All-American Pfeil, William Robert Tampa, Florida Major: Business Administration Minor: Accounting, Economics, raphy Pinchot, Francis Alexander Trenton, New Jersey Major: Physical Education Minor: History, Sociology Basketball Team Pisano, Mary Joy Tampa, Florida Major: Elementary Education Minor: Music Education NEA-FEA A.C.E. Pitisci, Charles Wayne Tampa, Florida Major: Math Minor: History Plotner, Norman Harland Largo, Florida Major: History Minor: Economics Poller, Joan Carole Tampa, Florida Major: Elementary Education Pompilio, Nicholas Charles Netcong, New Jersey Geog- nomics Orientation Committee Theta Chi Newman Club-President Band KKY-President Provenzano, Philip Tampa, Florida Major: Psychology Minor: Sociology Band Pupello, Sam, Jr. Tampa, Florida Major: English Minor: Sociology Pi Kappa Phi Quiros, Roger E. Tampa, Florida Major: Spanish Minor: History, French Rednor, Patricia Ann Pompton Lakes, New Jersey Major: Art Minor: Psychology Kappa Pi-Vice-President, Secretary Spartanettes Delta Phi Epsilon-Best Pledge Award Honorable Mention in Art 3rd. Place Art Winner Orientation Committee Minaret Stott Reyniers, Tamma Susan Tampa, Florida Major: History Major: Accounting Minor: Sociology Minor: Business Administration, Eco- Dancerette Riemersma, Larry Lee Tampa, Florida Major: Math Minor: Religion Rio, Trinidad Tampa, Florida Major: Elementary Education Minor: English Sigma Tau Delta-Treasurer Moroccan, 1966 Editor Honor Roll NEA-FEA A.C.E. House of Representatives S.U.S.G.A. University of Tampa Service Award Rodriguez, Daniel Angel Tampa, Florida Major: History Minor: Political Science Roque, Sylvia Dolores Tampa, Florida Major: Physical Education Minor: Spanish Head Cheerleader Physical Education Majors Club Girls Varsity Sports F.A.H.P.E.R. Rosado, Steven Daniel Chicago, Illinois Major: Psychology Minor: Biology Psi Chi Sigma Phi Epsilon Rosenwasser, Marc Brooklyn, New York Major: History Minor: Math Tau Epsilon Phi-Chancellor Rubin, Charlotte Susan Tampa, Florida Major: Psychology Minor: Religion Jewish Student Union Religious Council Spartanettes Rumin, Edward R. Tampa, Florida Major: English Minor: History Schreiber, William Gary Tampa, Florida Major: Physics Minor: Math Scrivner, Linda Jean Tampa, Florida Major: Music Education Delta Sorority Sigma Alpha lota Shamblin, Howard Charles Tampa, Florida Major: History Minor: Math Siegal, John Samuel Tampa, Fla. Major: Business Administration Minor: Economics Smink, Bryce William Bethesda, Maryland Major: History, English Ulema-Vice-President Arete Senior Class President Young Republicans Sigma Tau Delta Phi Alpha Theta Warthogs Delo Forensic Society-Parliamenta ri- an Sigma Phi Epsilon-Corresponding Sec- retary, Historian, Best Pledge Award Dean's List Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities Moroccan Staff Smith, Douglas Clifford Ridgewood, New Jersey Major: History Minor: Sociology, Education 236 Dormitory Supervisor House ot Representatives S.U.S.G.A. Student Judge Kappa Delta Pi Basketball Team Phi Alpha Theta-President Sociology Club-Secretary Warthogs-President Freshman Class Vice-President Solomon, George Barry Tampa, Florida Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry Sommese, Philip Hoel Tampa, Florida Major: Spanish Minor: French Spanish Club Spencer, Joseph Lee New York, New York Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry Spindler, Louis Frederick Perth Amboy, New Jersey Major: Art Minor: English Tau Epsilon Phi Kappa Pi Spooner, Carol L. McLean, Virginia Major: Elementary Education Zeta Tau Alpha A.C.E. NEA-FEA Straner, Frank Louis ' Dunedin, Florida Major: Art Minor: History Strickland, Woodrow W. Ruskin, Florida Major: Industrial Arts Minor: History Kappa Kappa Psi Epsilon Pi Tau Stryker, Richard Arnold Tampa, Florida Major: Physical Education Minor: History Sigma Phi Epsilon Physical Education Majors Club Taylor, Anne Scott Tampa, Florida Major: Biology 1, u Minor: Chemistry Delta Phi Epsilon Terri, Robert Joseph Bronxville, New York Major: Art Minor: Sociology Kappa Pi Newman Club-Secreta-ry Theta Chi-Vice President, Historian Minaret Staff Student Government Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities Moroccan-Class Editor, Layout Editor Thompson, Joyce Ann Holmes Beach, Florida Major: History Minor: English Delta Phi Epsilon-President House ot Representatives VVho's Who in American Colleges and Universities : Theta Chi Dream Girl Thompson, Russell Lawrence Smithfield, Virginia Major: History Minor: English Theta Chi Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities Attorney General of Student Body S.U.S.G.A. Townsend, Suzanne Dove Palo Alto, California Major: Sociology Minor: English Phi Alpha Theta Sociology Club Civinettes-President Zeta Tau Alpha-Secretary VVho's Who in American Colleges and Universities Valente, Marie Elizabeth, New Jersey 237 Major: Art Minor: Industrial Arts Kappa Pi Vilardebo, Cynthia Lauren Tampa, Florida Major: Psychology Minor: Spanish Spanish Club l Minaret Staff Junior Class Vice-President Zeta Tau Alpha-Treasurer, Pledge Scholarship Award Webb, Garland E. Imperial Beach, California Major: History Minor: Philosophy Weinberg, Jane E. Tampa, Florida Major: Music Education S.A.I. White, Robert Melvin Tampa, Florida Major: Business Administration Minor: Economics Delta Sigma Pi Student Center Assistant Director Willauer, John Richard Quakertown, Pennsylvania Major: Sociology Minor: Business Administration Theta Chi Kappa Kappa Psi Band Wisler, Norman Marvin Largo, Florida' Major: Business Administration Minor: Economics Wolfe, Patricia Marie Tampa, Florida Major: Physical Education Minor: Psychology Physical Education Majors Club Intramurals Basketball Team Volleyball Team L 1 1 f J-xt' 512'-2 .W .,..u ..."" 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