University of Tampa - Moroccan Yearbook (Tampa, FL)

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There are racks you can chain it to everywhere. BOO KSTORE The bookstore is a terrific place to buy whatever trivia you might need. They don't make a protitg so everything is disgustingly cheap. They've actually got a ballpoint pen that shows up on thermo copies lor a nickel. They've got T-shirts with every kind ot decal you can think ot as long as it has something to do with UT. And they also sell text- books. CAMPUS COPS The unsung gendarmes ot the cam- pus are like all the rest- never around when your roommate is being assaulted by a dorm counselor - always there when youtre parked ille- gally. Actually, they do some good, though. They're great at helping you find yourself when you're lost. They even give out maps. Also, they protect you from salesmen, census takers, rabid dogs, murderers, sex maniacs, con artists, dope pushers, and drunks. And even when you have cleverly con- cealed yourself behind a vvinerack in the darkest corner of the Ftathskeller, they manage to ferret you out for an emergency phone call. DANCING lf you have that much energy left after the profs have done their num- bers on you all vveek, you can usually go to some kind of dance on vveek- ends. Frats, sororities, and other organizations give them. And there are several "in" discos around. You can vvear jeans to most of the campus dances, but once in a vvhile they toss one in where you feel sort of grungy if you don't at least dig up a coat and tie. DATING Dating is pretty much "out" any- more. But some people do "go together." lt's hard to meet somebody interesting, because the interesting people don't hang around in public places for fear everybody will think they're not interesting, or else vvhy would they be hanging around like that? The best place to meet somebody is in class or at a special interest group meeting. There you have plenty of time to size up the situation before making yourmove. DORM LIFE Because most of the UT dorms are at least 20th century vintage, they are the "Ritz" compared to the dorms you might find at, say, Harvard. But there are drawbacks. Most dorm counselors are worse than the old-fashioned house mother vvith dimming vision. Nothing gets past these dudes. For example, it is absolutely impossible to smuggle a member of the opposite sex into your room except during visiting hours. And then everybody's visiting. So you get no privacy at all. Don't try to sneak a joint between classes either. The bloodhounds will sniff you out 100 yards downwind. EATING lf you're trying to lose weight, check the UT cafeteria. At first the rawhide slabs and tractor bearings they try to pass off as roast beef and potato balls might seem almost appetizing - if youtve spent the summer at the beach on a strict diet of fiddler crabs and seaweed. But they do get old. Before long, you'll be down to jello and iced tea. And just watch those pounds roll away. Of course, if you're trying to gain, there are always two all-beef pat- ties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese . . . at your nearby. . . well, you know. FOREIGN STUDENTS Don't let the foreign students throw you just because most of them speak five languages and have lQ's of 250. Many of them await a fate worse than death - stuck here every weekend and possibly Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. And because so many dif- ferent countries are represented here Cabout 20 at last countj by only a hand- ful of students from each country, these poor souls are hard-pressed to find a fellow foreigner who speaks any one ofthe same five languages. FRATERNITIES If you need comradeship, encour- agement when you get your first "F" in Dr. l-larder's logic class and plain old down-home grass roots sympathy when your chick drops you for another dude, don't go to your dearest frater- nity brother. l-le's too busy combing his hair, drinking your beer, borrowing your clothes, and wallowing on your Brut. But you might get even with that macho jock it you'll just have patience. l-le may be the one who will appear at your 20-year class reunion as a thin- haired, 300-pound basketball with 1? un A -1--. . - . 'AL 'Q E I - I ' ,J irvxigiiqxql -Lam' I xx- Jr' N ,. 44. -2' 37 Z' '-E 4 - -mv P F VE., . .A-ds' 'Q ' ' -"TH -H -4- - ig . ,H 3, I if :SM 5. ", ,,- l Jilzgfl f- ,,Z-. f 'f ' 4:55 2'3" 7125- ff ,L ' Ig" 5 'TPI . Y 115554-g A .b Q rr f ,X .- ff. .-,tn - 1 . .,.- 3 W V59 r in if sghhiqsi Zh 1' Ya ' ,R-. sr, 7 F.-' , ,ifrtfi matching vvite, vvhile you - you late bloomer, you - shovv up vvith a tull head of spectacular steel gray locks, your lean tanned body rippling seduc- tively beneath your crisp l-lart Schaff- ner St Marx. And the lady you present - so vvhat it you haven't bothered to marry her- is a smashing 1990's ver- sion of Raquel VVelch. GRADUATE STUDENTS Graduate students are either military jocks, foreign students, nurds, dirty old men, little old ladies in tennis shoes, or public school teachers. The military jocks and school teachers make the best grades because the highly-struc- tured lifestyles to vvhich they have become accustomed have groomed them for researching and categorizing countless reams ot trivia - vvhich is what graduate school is all about. The most expedient vvay to attack graduate school is fulltime without a lot of other encumbrances - like vvorking for a liv- ing. Gt course, if you're not lucky enough to have an indulgent husband or vvife vvho doesn't mind supporting your professional student habit, you'll just have to do it the hard vvay - if you really think it's Worth it. Oh, vvell, hovv old vvould you be in 40 years ityou didn't do it? GRADUATION Despite the expectations built up during a student's years at U of T, graduation seems an anti-climax, somehovv. You vvalk on stage, grab the paper, shake hands vvith some dude, and walk off. That's it, folks. But as long as there are professors vvho enjoy parading their academic regalia and Miss American Pies vvho go limp vvhen they hear "Pomp and Circumstancef' the exercise vvill remain. HALLS Our halls may not be ivy-covered, but that doesn't mean they don't have character. What other university can 3151, fait'- .- N Q I mugs, ' W QF., ,I R951 GEM, I C f A IW! :ki ' fr ff ,s MMI. 4 rig'- l 1 A-'fl N. -T f' .Q Y ' 'Q 1' ' ' ..-W 'lui ,I 1 -Qi -71 B V A- Q f?" ' 'H V-35' M Y' N.. 5 ' I' -.., " . S-,sw . r H N , f V I I - ,- in boast that crowned heads ot Europe once meandered through its halls? That Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders once danced with Cuban seno- ritas there while waiting to go to war? What other university has halls that look like a Moorish castle? And where else could you smoke tive cigarettes while walking non-stop between the Spanish Colonial Room and the sci- ence lab without leaving the building? INFIRMARY Whether to be sick or not is always an approach-withdrawal syndrome. lt you check in at the intirmary, you might escape the anguish ot a boring three-hour lecture totally without guilt. But atter you wait tor the nurse to find your card - wait tor the nurse to take your temperature - wait for the doctor - wait tor the diagnosis - you could be really sick. And by the time the doc- tor comes up with the prescription, you could be dead. IOURNALS Freedom ot the press is cherished by every UT student. So that our voices can be heard campus-wide, we have our own newspaper, The Minaret, which reports weekly on all the doings under the 13 Moorish domes - all, that is, except anything having to do with the faculty, administration, drugs, racism, religion, violence or sex. Find- ing the otticial UT student house organ somewhat lacking in visceral ampli- tude, a group ot nitty-gritty journalists have begun publishing a supplement they call The Difference. There was more to this commentary, but, alas, it was censored. KEG PARTIES From the dregs ot fine old kegs comes the sap that makes you rich and tamous in your old age, according to Frank Sinatra. But it's hard to believe ll. A, - A 'I 1 ' , ' ,, L W r' X Fi ,SDE HCV w V . v, dglisalu ,N , . that some of the animals who show up for the keg parties behind the cafeteria will ever even be human, nevermind rich and famous. The parties are worth checking out, anyway. Even if nobody interesting shows up, you can always use a beer when it's 90 degrees in the shade. And somehow the cafeteria hot dogs and hamburgers taste better in the open air. LABS Labs can make total strangers become dear friends or sworn ene- mies. "I-lurry up, dammit, I want to go home today. Shake up that test tube, not with your finger, you nurd." "What did you put for number 4'?" "Sucrose? I thought sucrose wasn't supposed to change. I knew I should have washed these things out." LECTURES The best thing about lectures is that as long as they're going on, you know you're safe from a pop quiz. But watch it when the prof asks, "Are there any questions?" Don't worry about trying to sound intelligent. Ask him anything - how old are his kids -- his dog's name - anything - just keep him talking until twenty after, and you're home free. LEISURE Actually, the surf is never really up at Clearwater Beach. But there are com- pensations: tanned beauties, fresh salt air, soft moonlit nights, discos, a stroll along the . . . oh, oh, what about that term paper due yesterday, notes to write up, an oral report, that big soc test? Oh, well, they can wait. After all, you can learn more soc on the beach than you could ever get out of a dumb old text book anyway. LIBRARY They say Ivlerl Kelce Library on the riverfront is the heartbeat of the aca- demic community. But all those hearts must palpitate through its portals dur- ing the wee hours disguised as clean- ing people. Doesn't matter when you get there - mid-morning, after dinner, lunch hour - it's just you and a cou- ple of librarians. So hovv can it be that that volume of synopses you needed to pass your contemporary lit course has just been checked out? MAIL Why is it that the guy in the box next to yours gets nothing but love letters and care packages while all you get are reminders from the business office that your tuition payment is past due, a summons to appear before the student judiciary for unpaid parking tickets, and a notice to see the dean about your math grade? Unfair! There should be some redress for intimidation by mail. MUSIC When it comes to music, you've got three choices: you can make music, appreciate music, or be driven nuts by it - but you can't ignore it. What used to be Tampa's city auditorium has become UT's center for music partici- pation. There you can sing, ramble a riff of old time jazz, or groove onto the latest rock sounds. If you're the high- brow type, you can do finger exercises with a chamber music ensemble or knock yourself out trying to get selected to perform vvith the Florida Gulf Coast Symphony. Of course, if your fingers are stiff from too much note-taking, your lip is vveak from too much kissing for not enoughy and your lungs have been vvrecked by smoke inhalation in the Fiathskeller, you'd probably rather just listen. lf you don't vvant to listen, you'd better not go to McKay Auditorium, the University Union, the Flathskeller, or even to your room in the dorm - especially not to the dorm where all the variations in musical preferences meet to drovvn each other out. Your best hope is to go off into the park with a friendly squirrel vvho doesn't mind sharing his bough vvith you. But be sure to stuff acorns in your ears on holidays or else that dam- ned carillon vvill blast you right out of yourtree. 9-. S., f 53 B-' , u 4 1 I' 'ff ..L ' 1 'X1"f3,, . . 'fm un" 'I M, 3 1 ko. ff- X- 5 jf , o Qi!-.L 52.151 , m L , . ,JC fn 1 ' vt'--' :Ji . f X Vt' , xr . 51, . ir. 25 'Jag F -N' u av 1 ' 1' -L r i' is y' f' 'IX X A 5: 4 xg, is . - Q' 5' 1 , 'J' 5 5 N p it 'X JT' ef, 5 x 1 bv Y X ,L R A of -.13 Vfsek X .fs A ' ' NIGHT LIFE Something in the night makes you want to go out into it. Perhaps, it's musicg perhaps, it's love. Perhaps, it's the wallet you lost at the disco last night, Whatever it is, you go. And what do you find? The same thing you found last time. A boring movie, warm flat beer, soybean hamburgers and soggy French fries, a string-haired girl with spaces between her teeth. You'd have been better off staying at the dorm. At least there might have been a halfway decent late show on W, OPEN VISITATION Yes, you can have guests of the opposite sex in your room - but only until midnight on weekdays and until 3 a.m. Friday, Saturday and holiday eves. This may sound like an open line to hanky-panky. But not so, goose pim- ple breath. Your guest must be regis- tered so that everyone on campus immediately knows whom, when, and how long you were entertaining. Your roommate may resent your good for- tune and refuse to get lost. Anybody in the world, maybe even your mother, could drop in unexpectedly. Under those conditions, if you can entice a chick into your boudoir for a game of Parchesi, you've accomplished some- thing. After all, a chick who's willing to stake her reputation on a cheesy Par- chesi game must be desperate and therefore hardly worth the effort any- way. PARKING Upperclassmen park their cars at the start of the semester and pick them up after finals. That's because they've learned that it you miss out at the beginning, you join that weary 10 per cent of the student body who forever circle the campus in search of a park- ing space. " ..a"',,' v"f,f" '91, .. 'f'1', ,245 .4, ...Z I ' 'S' I J! .E -..- A A F- . 'ov ' .11 2 ' H ff E E5 T.: 1 i ! N XY. 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But if you've flop- ped on the daily quizzes, you're lucky to come away with a RATHSKELLER Shades of jolly old 17th century Europe, the Fiathskeller is very woodsy, very keggy, rather cozy and kind of droll. You expect to see elves bobbing from behind the bar waving cobblers' mallets. And if you stay down there long enough, you might. The juke box blaring rock music may be an ana- chronism, but who cares? It makes the place feel like home. REGISTRATION Gone are the days when you stand in line for five hours only to find the prerequisite course that won't be offered again until next year is closed. Now you can obtain this vital piece of information by having your advisor make a quick phone call before you confront the burgeoning throngs. Then off you go, armed with a packet of papers that you guard like the "Mes- sage to Garcia." You journey from one room to another, trading this paper for that one with an occasional two-hour lay-over to correct a computer error. Finally, weary, hungry, dejected, and disgusted, you enter the cashier's office to pay for the privilege of having survived the ordeal. SPORTS The group of persons responsible for the mutation which permanently rid man of his tail must have been stu- dents. We sit a lot - sit in class, sit in the library, sit in the cafeteria, and the Rathskeller. But there comes a time in every student's life when he must flex his limbs. And at UT we have ample opportunity to flex - flex in the pool, flex on the tennis courts, flex with the crew team, the basketball or volleyball teams, flex on the golf course. Sit, sit, sit and flex, flex, flex. That's what it's all about. STUDENT IUDICIARY According tothe Student l-landbook, the student judiciary system has been established "to enable students to assume the primary responsibility for self-government in the area of student conduct." Among stated goals are "to promote fairness and justice" and "to insure the safety and welfare of the University community." But what about the time you were hauled into court when you accidentally broke a shower head while trying to sober up your roommate and got suspended for a week because the judge was a friend of yours who didn't want his peers to think he was showing favoritism? Or the time you were fined 3325 for playing your stereo too loud and too late because the judge was jealous that you owned a stereo and he didn't'? ls that fairness and justice? Students were better off in the old days when dorm sentries were dour little old ladies you could con with a box of chocolate and a kiss on the cheek. TICKETS First you pay for a sticker. Then you are charged for parking where you need to park. The rules are necessary with some 2,000 cars on campus. But why does that cop always manage to get you when the guy who just left got away with the very same crime? UNIVERSITY UNION All your creature needs are met con- veniently under one roof at the Univer- sity Union. l-lot meals in the cafeteriag coffee, cokes and munchies at all times uv-' v 1, V ,,+ --iw,-L N ,ff "W:-2-yn-f-1-.,,, - wX1,-5 A' 'xii-Q . . fe- -X H., ,- H, ... ' ' , 'X 'ff '..if.Q-if " 'L 'I' 1 .1 Q ,f 5,1 5..',5:?-5'1'Q,fM' A 'i 44 ' ,U ,ff ' ." 4 S. 1, .' A b V " S f 'Y f ' NK " -"7-'llfd'-ll'f'.'l-I If ,. . rx, ,V - , f X. . , . .I J. M . " rv , x La' 0 'I , ' . ' . . A .' 1524: r r " 3 '.' i 4 V I vi' ox. 5 1? fifxn K '. xx 'P- ' :X K "- v, ,f , .f. A 'Wa ,,,f 4 -Q--Ju g5,Y,f4,, A 'ET Y - W T VTP, 4 ' "1" -':.,J'b ' -f "" - -. -- ',?T.,L"'3A ' " ' - il--7 t'g..:f'r,"' f '-Q 5Q.....,f.. , L- ' . P -' , . 4 3. ,Q A. . N .-7:.ff, V ' " "-' ' 1AI'i-i'fi""""":'A ,ff- 54: ,,.l. - ,,.,-ff i" -f-Tu ....-,,,-- ""' As.. V 1 V M -2"" V ' -A -N V P 'Zig' , . 1 . "' -1,!.h,-I "' 1 sf, ,....-.Q . Z 'f -- "- -Y Y XJ-P ,. - ,1 ' 44" "' 7-1-nh ..- ,J in the snack barg books, cigarettes, bubblegum and other goodies in the bookstore. lf you've got half an hour to kill before your next class, you can always watch TV in the lounge or trun- dle upstairs for a couple of sets of table tennis or billiards. lt's all there, folks - something to satisfy every appetite - well, almost every appetite. VACATION lf you want to get out of your aca- demic misery and into the world of earning money as quickly as possible, it's a good idea to take all class ses- sions: fall and spring semesters, two summer sessions plus the May inter- session. This humongous grind is made tolerable by mini-vacations of approximately two weeks' duration between each session. Unless you're lucky enough to be the son or daugh- ter of a maharaja, you probably won't be able to fly home for every vacation, but most of us can look forward to at least a couple of weeks at Christmas. WEATHER Weather is strictly a matter of opin- ion. For example, those of us who are fighting inflation by growing our own vegetables love raing those of us who are wearing new shoes despise it. While sitting on the front porch with your love, a soft drizzle can be very romantic unless it happens to be falling on your freshly-washed car. Unfortu- nately, chamber of commerce exploita- tion of Florida sunshine has resulted in a general lack of adequate heating for freezing weather in many buildings around the state. But when you're sit- ting in class, your teeth chattering, your fingers so numb you can't take notes, don't complain. At least you didn't have to dig your car out of four feet of snow to get there. X-RAY Time to quit smoking. The free chest M r l E ltr. QA, ,z W .. i, 15:13 5 .. cf, -4. A QLRT .D , '-'7S'2?5'l . r A ' H ' L A iv-If Q -6,5 f"""""t"xXx W f ,., K, I -:M lv K Q Q 5 if 410 '27 XS? Ell 'llilillx X X-ray mobile unit has arrived on cam- pus. Somehow TB, lung cancer, and emphysema seem to be hazards restricted to the elderly until it's time to face the X-ray machine. "Take a deep breath. Hold it. Now stand sideways . . . oh, oh, we've got to take this one over," "Give me a cigarette, will you? I need something to calm my nerves." YOUTH Youth is something most of the stu- dents here have in common. Of course, there are a handful of "mature" bootstrappers and school teachers who have nothing better to do with their time than study, study, study. But there aren't enough of them around to affect the grade curve signifi- cantly. lvlost of us are in the same boat - branded by all but our own peers as pot-head sex perverts doing a hard rock number on the rest of the popula- tion. Younger profs tell us youth is an advantage in getting a job, but employ- ers tell us we're too inexperienced. Glder profs tell us we should cherish our youth because it doesn't last long. Well, let's face it, folks, neither do hives, ground itch, and gas pains. ZERO Scientists say motion stops at abso- lute zero. But that isn't always true. When you get absolute zero on an exam, the prof, the dean and your folks start jumping up and down and waving their arms. When you have absolute zero in your checking account, the bank returns your check, and your bal- ance shifts to minus five dollars, When you've scored absolute zero with a girl, she slaps your face and slams the door. Sometimes it's hard to tell whether zero is a stopping place or a starting place. When you're being evicted for paying zero on your rent because your job search has turned up one zero after another, is that the end? Or is it the beginning? mtuvee N 4 1 x X ,T- ---mn A ' 1 'I . -1 -Q-' P 1'-I -'Quan 'Q Q 1,1 lv-i. f. +' . SX :I . '. wi' fb ,X ,-. ,J Ni v X v I 'Il , .8 if 9 5 3 N xx . g . vh .Q ga , ' r 1 'wif Parents Weekend 'X 40" I lt was Parents Weekend again. The annual trek to campus. A chance tor the parents to talk to prots, see the campus, give their beets, get enter- tained - and most of all, take a break from the chilly northern tall. For some, college grads ot a genera- tion ago, it was nostalgia week. Sitting in class again. Seeing cute coeds or handsome doods breezing along the halls and grounds. Campus tours included visits to the ethnic rooms, the newly beautified grounds, Fletcher Lounge for the Pres- ident's Luncheon and historic Plant Museum. There was the annual Parents Asso- ciation meeting. There Dr. Owens, UT president, told it like it is. The money crunch. The growing GPAS of entering freshmen. Accomplishments of grads. And there parents voted to back the Administration: no booze in the dorms. ln the entertainment arena, parents and students teamed up for crew races, sons and daughters joined par- ents for a Tower Club reception and a Saturday lunch in the cafeteria. For the sports-minded, in addition to crew, there was soccer and baseball on the tairgrounds. And, of course, plenty of sunshine - and the UT swimming pool, And that was Parents Weekend 1976. Another memory for the diary. H. W 0 O - .' 1 ., 5' X .Q-. X . 1 ' - . N 5' . ' P as H' ' 5, ' ' 5' " ' . 9 ix X X. Q 5 - 1 J5 4' -.' ' 5' Lui A 0' X . . 0 X A .C I .3 , tl 4 4 fx 1' N 'I 'l Q. x' 5' - - -" , l . g. n xr- 1' W ul. 1 n K,- E X ' I . in 1 f 5 " l .' fl. '., 'Bb 5 -n . W ,..f-r- , , 0' AQ . - - , . J.. L, , , r' . - r ' . '.',, "1 ' A '-2 'aff ff. . r 1 .- f ' " if -- -,-, ff - . - 4 -H Atv vi . N lv 1' S A- K ip , , X. s ,. , dvr : ,J -' x' ' J' . :if f -5- -1. . Hof fr . .' 9' ,-'- Q-' , -' 9 'Y' - f . ,-,- 9' . J .T .wh . .1-I... --in T1 A ,, .pr Q u et '17 -x. . '-ci. L 2 . ,A-. -- - E' " "F Z-'L ,G ' . 0 A IJ. z-'., '35 " Ax' J" . I , XZ ff ' 'Yv .h V N -I , .I W 'fm . I' 1 1 ..- h 1 Gul ,ls 0 x I Starlight Ball False stars on the ceiling made danc- ing at the Starlight Ball like dancing under the stars. It was a big night for students at the Tampa Airport Host's big banquet room. One of the year's dressy affairs, the guys vvore suits and ties and gals came attired in formals, For some, it was the first time out of bluejeans since arriving for the fall term. Occasionally, a head seemed to duck as the sound of a whining jet seemed too close for comfort. But that was the only beef on the negative side of the ledger. The roast beef, on the other hand, vvas delicious. And, certainly, no one complained about the cocktail hour. ln all, the Starlight Ball brought the tra- ditional "eat, drink and be merry" attitude from all. A bit of hell raising, a good din- ner, drinks and dancing added up to a ball for all. The good night kiss was the sign for all Oinderellas to put up their slippers and hit the books again. Such is life. One good memory after another. Goodbye '76, hello '77. Look out. That's only a year long too. 45 History heals all wounds. Pearl Harbor Day was celebrated on campus with a Christmas sing. Well, songs are better than bombs any day. And no bombs fell on Falk. All songs were good. But Howell HaIl's Christmas Medley was hailed the Most Original by the judging panel of Nettie Maggio, Holid Vice President Marisol Johns, Buth Bragg, Fred Fisher and Dr. Fiichard Piper. Dressed in long formals, the 25-30 Howell voices brought humorous interruptions into their Christmas Medley to draw laughter and give cheer to UT stu- dents. The spirited competition for Most Spirited was so spirited that Alpha Epsilon Pi and Student Affairs forced a sing-off. And the AEPis, with their "Twas the Night Before . . and "Frosty and Snowman" won the judges over to their side. "Frosty" was realistic, with the AEPis and their Little Sisters dressed in heavy winter garb. But don't feel sorry tor Student Affairs. They left with the prize for Best Costume. It was a conglomer- ation of odd things - like Herman Bips' blazer, the blue jeans and plaids with polka dots, silly hats, odd T-shirts and ties and jackets unmatched to shorts - that won the nod. Others in the sing were Tau Kappa Epsilon, singing l'Little Drummer Boy" and "Kristopher Kringle"g Kappa Kappa Psi with "Hark the Herald Angels Sing" and "Joy to the World", the Smiley Hall Executive Council with "All I Want for Christmas" and Smiley Hall singing "l'm a Yankee Doodle Dandee" and "White Christmas." And what's a sing without an emcee like amicable Mike Della Penna, our never-to-be-forgotten SGA vice president. . 'A " " ' ' -' 1 ..- if 1' ' f . . GEL' ' 1- K V ,1--.N.,A YW,,:.T.., tv- ,- , .. ,.,,,,,-,, , ' ' Eur 1:71 51" V - . N V1.4-3,1-1 ff-' ' " ' 1-"-5:21 I I4 1 '- 'Pi , ' Jkt Y' . "-.gf , 1,4 i. ' u L3 Q , ' '15 'A ff! f' 72:-V ' 73 . 71.2 I A 4 .ze :I 1 74? 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Walk-offs, probation threats, forfeits, and a host of injuries combined to give everyone associated with the soccer galloping migraines. The season began on an optimistic note, the Spartans win- ning three of their first four games and seven of their first eleven, including a strong second-place finish in the University of Florida soccer tournament. Coach Alex Pringle, defender for the Tampa Bay Fiowdies C1975 NASL championsy, was at the helm, and he had considerable talent to work with. Among the standouts were Scott Bell, Captain Pat Canavaggio, Alex Hill, Danny Lee, Sandy Lehrer, Edossa Owen, Dave Shulz, and Steve Slebida. Pringle was told he would have a new soccer field by season's end, replacing ancient Phillips Field. Suddenly everything went wrong. There was the decimation of the squad by injuries. Then it was learned that the new field would not be ready until the 1977 season. Phillips Field was ruled unplayable. Fiefereeing during one contest was ques- tioned vehemently by an opposing team, leading to walk-off. On top of this threat of probabtion hung over the Spartans like a dark cloud. As a result, U.T. lost its last five games Cand one of its victo- ries through an upheld protestj, finishing the season with a 6- 8-1 won-lost-tied record. "lt was embarrassing at times," said Lehrer, who, along with Sleboda, made up the senior sector of the squad. Lehrer was referring to some of the team's late-season performances. When asked at the beginning of the 1976 season to sum up his team's chances for the coming year, Coach Pringle said cautiously, "lt's hard to say how well we'll do this year until the season starts." Could he have guessed what was in store? On the positive side, there are a new field, new uniforms, and several returning starters who will do their best next fall. 1977 may well see a turnaround to victory for the Spartans who kick in the grass. 69 - 'Z 4-'N ' "" Y r .A " uf' -' . : r 'W' .w--'f-'LRWEN A' N4-15 . ,,, , ii,,gK,,,,.. ui SJ-P" 1 'rv - -I 144-L.. T Sw JA" -un it lv- 'I'Y-01 ' - N, d"'l Y Y rv. . .. B H.. 3 ' 'M V r - ,f" ' .1 . J Q s J V14 his Y fd' 4' lu, , RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Doug Jones, Ari Meyer, Craig Post, SECOND ROW: Pat Canavaggio, Alan Fainblati, Steve Williamson, Edossa Owen, Sieve Sloboda. THIRD Pringle, Dave Schultz, Mark Backman, Dan Petritts, Sandy Lehrer, John Stevens, David Schwab, Rick Bachar, Scoti Bell, Richard Williams, Danny Lee. 7I N I Rowing: n Elite Sport "Technique, strength, intelligence, condition, and desire are the five elements of a winning crew," believes Tom Feaster, head coach of the University of Tampa crew pro- gram. "Size is also important, but not imperative. Good little men with excellent technique will beat good big men with so-so technique," Feaster said. He sees lack of size as his only lim- iting factor in men's crew this spring. "Rowing is becoming an elite sport at U.T. There are very few people who have survived," Feaster added, referring to his conditioning program beginning in mid-January. Q lt takes a unique individual to row, usually the "strong, silent type" who is devoutly dedicated. Rowing itself is a silent sport. There are no cheerleaders or pep assemblies. lt is a sport in which the participant says to himself, "l'm going to give my best, even though no one else may know how I have." There are no leading scorers in any boat. lt is truly a team sport. Feaster believes he has the right type of men rowing for him this spring. He says they are "far above average in intelli- gence and dedication. Working with these determined, posi- tive-thinking young men is going to be a pleasant experi- ence." Looking back over the fall season, Feaster feels it was a learning experience. Freshman Tim Morris, Steve White, Joe O'Neill, and Chris Dunham raced well in the Bottom of the Hillsborough and in the Fall Freshman Regattas. U.T.'s spring schedule lists ten events, including the U.T. President's Cup Regatta QMarch 265 and home races against Boston University Clvlarch 105 and against Ithaca College and Marietta College Clvlarch 195. All of these races will take place on the Hillsborough River. Feaster says his main goal for the spring season is to "have a competitive heavy-weight eight crew. U.T. hasn't fielded a competitive eight since the 195O's. That's the dream boat, the heavyweight eight." Jeff Lowe is the only senior rowing this spring. Dave Thomas will be assisting in the administrative aspects of the sport. 72 1..,,,.,, ,,,,, at-5 X rural' :ur ear .nil psf.-'LZ' W' ..w., '-,4 i ' - s ' ' ',-. I vjilllh. H1 An., " -V, -. 4-1?-, ,, -, 2 RIGHT: Joel Harris, Jeff Lowe, Randy Fiuditz, Stu Sklut, Chris Dunham, Jim Preston, Charlie Dickens, Russ Ikerd, Tim Morris, Joe O'NeiII, Steve White, Jeff Grimmer, Kurt Logan, Harry Edenfield, Jon Day. 73 Holly Halton, new University of Tampa women's crew coach, faced an unenviable task last fall when she assumed her position as rowing mentor. Last September, she inher- ited only one of the eight eligible rowers from last season's nationally seventh-ranked Spar- tan women's team. Nevertheless, her team made a good show- ing in the Head of the Charles Regatta, Bos- ton, in October. "l was pleased with the effort in that race," Halton said. "We finished six- teenth in a very competitive field of 40. We went with two novices and two experienced rowers over the three-mile course." Halton's goal this spring is to boat a good eight and an excellent four. Although Halton expects big things from her squad this year, she knows that her young charges are a win- ning team of the future. Only Peggy Zachman is a senior, and she will graduate this coming December. Four or five other women have responded to the call for crew participation in the 1977-1978 academic year. l-lalton hopes that some of her younger rowers will participate in the College Boat Club CPhiladelphiaJ crew program this sum- mer. The Pennsylvania club permits collegiate rowers to represent it in a national regatta this June. There is also a chance that a U.T. wom- en's crew will be asked to participate in the San Diego Crew Classic invitational regatta in April, 1977. 74 LEFT T0 RIGHT: Nancy Williams, Margaret Williams, Joan Chmiel, Diane Recine, Peggy Kathy Carrier, Donna Tyndall, Vicki White, Debbie Berg. ...fran Q- of A -' 'W Q- ' A,-'fwq ,LEAN--1 . f.,ii-s If w 1 L- 1 '-N -2' . 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Sophomores Bob Cross and Harry Rosen provided unusual talent for the powerful netmen. First-year coach Gan- none's adaptability and understanding should produce the performance needed to make a good tennis team. The Starting line-up for the men's team is CU Frank Swope, C23 Alex Tumilowitchz, C33 Chris Pagac, C45 Bob Cross, C55 Harry Rosen, C65 Gregg Goldberg. Last season, the doubles team of Gregg Goldberg and Bob Cross lost in the quarters of the Tampa Tournament, but performed respectably by upsetting the fifth-seeded team. Again this season Goldberg and Cross will be competing and may walk away with first place. Also, in the same tourna- ment last season, singles man Frank Swope managed to finish as runner-up. When asked to sum the team as a whole, Coach Gannone stated that "the team does not have overpowering number-one and number-two players, but in depth we are very good." l-le added succinctly the teams main goal this season is "to beat South Flo- rida." 77 Gptimistic Season Ahead The University of Tampa Women's Tennis Team is fairly young with only one returning senior. Nevertheless, experience and talent show in returning Iettermen Mary Lo Presti, Sharon Little, and Senior Mindy Shreirer. The team is also comprised of Ann Davis, Judy Cozzi, Cindy Freed- man, the only Freshman on the team Randy Smith. Last season, one of the doubles teams, Sharon Little and Mary Lu Presti, was runner-up in the State Breath-of-Life Tournament. Little and Presti also displayed their skill by win- ning the City of Tampa Tournament and had an outstanding performance in the Gulf Coast Tournament. The women netters are holding together, but they lack the variety of a larger team. Coach Mike Gannone summed up the situation when he said: "I need girl players badly." 78 1 Y ' ' 'Y .0 :SS i-xc ,Pt 'fa 32-'E SYVA' X ' ' Q1 kfQffg'x?'J"-JQX Wi' K21'r'fj?-'txt 1 ,. . 0 2. "4 LEFT T0 RIGHT: Cher Little, Mindi Schreier, Judith Cozzi, Ann Davis. MISSING: Mary Lo Presti, Cin man, Randy Smith. Q. f I 4.8 vm, , 1 14 ' ' 4-11'.M , :Tj 'F " 1 4 . f . :I- L-, JJ . lj' - " . -1'-GSX 'ef ' 11 ,5 N NV H A ,Al um. M V' I N0 gn- ,,, K. Hair: im ' ' foil' r but -' - " - HI-4-,...-v....g.,,, X ---.,..,. . -........ , --..... , 3".:.-,-.......1...1...-....-.,..,.......,..f'.-:,.-.--. ' 1 v -- . . ' ' ' " .4 1 ,aahvtrlgwbv ...4 .4 .W Q.,. 'f,., -1-L1 - fnguw-pimllrvv "'1'2,"- 4 . , i- 1, - ' . -. 11" -1-:sail .. ' - Q,-pg-ui? ghwwlfyfgnmwla- whnxf:-..'an9f-w-x----.,e9d'-"H""f!"fN WWI' 1 1 ' Dm ' '- up ' ' A! 1 4 VVornen's Basketball Looks Strong With plans to be "better than last year," the University of Tampa Women's Basketball Team looks "very good" this season, says Coach Eliza- beth Lambert. Along with Captain Debbie Wilcox, there are three returning lettermen: Jackie Langley, Terry Ovalle, and Michele Weiss. Michele injured and will not be competing in the games. Junior Jackie Langley, who was Team Captain her Freshman and Sophomore years, lettered in three varsity sports last year and won the title of the "Most Outstanding Athlete of 1976." Terry Ovalle, also a junior, received honorable mention for being the Most Aggressive Player. The remainder of the team is made up of Senior Linda Frizzell, Juniors Karen Haag, and Linda Knopfg Sophomores Cheryl Grilus, Kathleen Hess, and manager Debra Kiessel. The Freshmen are Collen Podolsky and Judy Ward. The starting tive consist of' Wilcox, Langley, Ovalle, and Ward, with Grilus and Podolsky changing off. Last year, the team took first in the Sun Coast Tournament held at St. Leos' College. This year, the Sun Coast Tournament will take place on Feb- ruary 11 and 12 at U.T. The top game will be between U.S.F. and our lady Spartans. Coach Lambert explained that the team "started slow" this year, but finally got off the ground with their remarkably "strong defense." X sq X XX Q -l"4 f . -QT-.Y LEFI' TO RIGHT: Linda Knopf, Cheryl Grilus, Linda Frizzell, Karen Haag. Debra Kiessel, Kathy Japp, Terri Ovalle Cballj Jackie Langley, Debbie Vihlcox, Judith War: Weiss, Colleen Podolsky. 80 0" I .i .1 4 , i RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Cheryl Grilus, Rachel Weller, Debi Kiessel, Jackie Langley, Linda Friz- JND ROW: Judy Ward, Lorraine Baracatt, Kelly Tyler, Colleen Podolsky. THIRD ROW: ntiago, Claudia Montelegre, Linda Matienzo. Spartans Have Winning Season Ball control, steady serving, and sharp spiking all added up to an 8-3 winning sea- son for the U.T. Women's Volleyball Team. Under the capable leadership of Coach Elizabeth Lambert, the women spikers "started off slow and gradually worked up" to place fourth in the State Tournament in Orlando. The Captain this year was Senior Linda Frizzell who won M.V.P. in her Sophomore year. The two most aggressive spikers and scorers were Junior Jackie Langley and Frizzell, while Freshman Kelly Tyler and Frizzell were the playmakers. Other members of the team were Junior Linda Matienzog Sophomores Cheryl Grilus and Debra Kiesselg and Freshmen Lorraine Baracatt, Collene Podolsky, Loraida Santi- ago, Kelly Tyler, Judy Ward, and Rachel Weller. Bl I 12. O g' ., 0 1. 'f f ., N Q I ,, '. . la-1 1? f", r' , ,Av , 'w L: 1 "I 'xr Afi ug. ,Q 2-' 'Q 5 g Aw, 4 . f 4. Q , , 5 -o ,...,, fo .-.f f. -.-.5 z-V . . - , , L -.L,,'g, A-4 -- .. .asa 4 . 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X-fixup. 3:5195 ,V 11491 ' - Q . mf- Y - ' fn- - . ,...13i',..1..- ., , , ., V A .E tching Strong But the 1976 Moroccan University of Tampa ball Coach Frank Permuy cited pitching as his concern for the upcoming spring season e none of his hurlers boasted exceptional s that season they pitched well enough to plement the hard hitting Spartan offense s baseball squad had a 28 14 1 record and at point in the season were rated eighth in the n in Division ll colleges As Permuy expected g was the Spartans forte We had five legit: 300 hitters he remembers nlcally enough the 1977 Spartan baseball will feature speed defense and a solid pitch staff while the hitting is somewhat doubtful rding to Permuy He singled out Alex Rlseman John Devlncenzo as his two top pitchers e have our work cut out for us Permuy its ln addition to the loss of three of five 300 rs CDGRRIS Lopez and Claude Caruso are rnmgj Permuy has lost his entire starting attributes his team s disappointing record of this fall to a lack of runs On the positive side ays Our pitching was good Team Captain z unusually fast for a catcher was credited stolen bases in as many attempts Lopez so and Andy Faza were commended by Per as having hit the ball well consistently this W additions Ramone Pena Cpitcherj and big Greenhill Cfirst baseman-outflelderj also essed Permuy. the 39-game schedule this season Permuy s to attain or improve upon the status the rtans earned in 1976. 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' ' .U ' . . -- '-11' ' ' 1. , 4- " . . ." - 'J '- .-J 2: '-l1?"','L- fg ,Q'af' ,p-ff?-' '1 V - , av 4 -LJH: ..n.4.14..f..ng'f Lf' -1' ui" Spartan Skiers im Toward Championship Under the direction of Coach Vicki Johndrow, the U.T. water ski team is active both fall and spring semesters. The team competes against groups from 23 colleges and universities throughout the South- ern region. Competition consists ot three events, slalom, tricks, and jumping. Slalom is skiing on one ski, rounding six buoys in coordinated turns a slalom course. Tricks, on the other hand, are a series of turns behind the boat and off the wake, executed with various rope positions. Each contestant has one 20-second pass in which to complete as many tricks as possible. Jumping is the most spectacular event. The con- testant is propelled off a five-foot ramp with as much speed as he can muster in order to leap as far as possible. The participant has three chances to do his best. The U.T. Water Ski Team visits other campuses in friendly competition. The University of Tampa spon- sors the earliest tournament each spring. 86 f Qs I .4 'ffl' ,lik - . 1. . : Mfr' da..-A-45 34:-Xi---'N'--nl --H -7 " 102.32 ,. .... , -In-L51 'Q ' 'ff' A ' -:...:v:r:gI:E'.?'f- l V , 9N:' 'il ig. 4.- 87 Intramural Sports Flag Football Stand i n gs HOUSING Won McKay 3rd , . . 8 McKay 4th .,.. . . .7 DeIo7,8,9... ...7 Alumni Bldg .... , . .Ein McKay2nd ...4 McKay 1st .... . . .4 Delo4,5,6... ...3V2 Davis Island. . 3 Delo1,2,3,. 1V2 Village ...... V2 ORGANIZATIONS Won Big Protusions .... . . .8 TKE ......., 7 Theta Chi . . 5M TEP ...... 4 Pi Kapp ..... 4 AE Pi ....,.. 1V2 PenandSword ...1 ZBT ........ 1 ROTC ,,.... O Lost 1 3 2 2 V2 4 5 5 M 6 7 V2 SV2 Lost 0 'I 2 W 3 3 4 V2 6 6 7 Points totals for the first six events - foot- li J ball, bowling, volleyball, golf, cross-country, and wrestling - are as following: Delo ................. McKay2nd... Delo1,2,3... McKay 3rd . . DelO4,5,6,.. 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McConnell, who was a 1969 All-Ame Tennessee, states that "we just started pr . . . and all our swimmers have limited ence." The top swimmers on the U.T. Team are Dan l-lepplevvhite, Juniors Chuck Trainer, Holloway, and Ed Wagner, Sophomores Defrund, and Frank Cimato, Freshmen John son, Steve Hoffman, Paul lvlullens and Brad The events scheduled are 400-yard relay, one-meter diving, 400-yard medley 200-yard individual medley, 1,000-yard fi 200-yard freestyle, 50-yard freestyle, it freestyle, 500-yard freestyle, 200-yard tn 200-yard backstroke, 200-yard breast three-meter diving, and 400-yard freestyle Wx 2, . , -- , - ... 'I .f '71 -51... reeks -w. W x. -w If I, A I.. ff mi 7,51 dai'-x 1 ,, Ma, r v . ,If wit.,- :uw fr. , -, - ' , L . wi. ,tg 54? .- I s f , I ' ix Q w 4 v.. ,. ya V, A .W .. M -gf',T'f-xa ' Wigwam! gi ,,- ,. . I, WSJ px 5 G ,. -qw-.'N F wx : .W- Y N A wFM Y M ,: ,, fjmvf' www E SQA ,5- vx ' A 1 1 , Q ,U 5 H52 wa, ,W Wm an x . 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Officers for the year were Virginia Covington, Presidentg Tasha Hair, Pledge Trainer, Sue Stebbins, Secretary, and Peggy Zachman, Treasurer. ZETA TAU ALPHA tru H 1 IDENTIFICATION PAGE 231 fly. ' I Ie, F', l gli U. iz- KII IE: ' IIJH l 3 With interest in Greek organization activities increasing nation-vvide, Zeta Tau Alpha has grown to nineteen members, the largest sorority on the U.T. campus. Zeta members held a successful Christmas party with Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, hosted the annual Stardust Ball, and conducted car washes and bake sales as part of the year's activities. The sisters took part in philanthropic projects with retarded children. The sorority was also active in intramural sports. Officers for Gamma Sigma chapter were Cathy Moore, Presidentg Tina Branoato, Vice- Presidentg Sue Scaglione, Secretaryg and Patricia Sanders, Historian. Special thanks go to our sponsors vvho helped make our functions and events successful. ALPHA EPSILQN Pl IDENTIFICATION PAGE 231 Established in its new chapter house, Alpha Epsilon Pi enjoyed a banner year of social and service functions. A softball game was held with the inmates of the Sumpter State Correctional Institute. Fatherless boys in the Tampa area were entertained on the annual Big Brothers Day. Parties in the chapter house, as well as in the Tarot Pub, were features of the social year. Chapter officers were Fred Leberman, Doug Walsh, Richard Cannick, and Ed Chuplis. PI KAPPA PHI IDENTIFICATION PAGE 230 Although handicapped by the loss of the chapter house, Pi Kappa Phi put in a full year of social and community service activities. Money was raised for the Heart Fund and the brothers sponsored the Ugliest Man on Campus contest. The traditional Halloween and Christmas parties were great successes. 1976-77 was a year of rebuilding for Pi Kappa Phi. Elected officials did a superior job in their respective offices. The rest of the brothers displayed high qualities of brotherhood and unity. EPSILCDN PHI -I-AU v IDENTIFICATION PAGE 231 Tau Epsilon Phi performed well in flag football during the fall semester. Parties at Brewmasters and on the MV Tom Sawyer were important social events. Diving and canoeing provided pleasant physical recreation. A regional meeting in Gainesville was attended. The annual Gasparilla Day party was a hlghpoint of the spring semester. Tau Epsilon Phi entered strong teams in intramurals basketball and softball. TALJ KAPPA EPSILON Q .XR .ff , A xx IDENTIFICATION PAGE 231 'r - ,Q , 2" 'fl fm- ' 7' r "ii 7 7".l .r 5 ' - " . ' "',. "i,,,,,,,-,....,.. Z , n- V a . lx- fag: f 'us 1 r "1-l"7" 'I fir N-1. L -,.9lu.Z. S I 1 4 it fr' ,g,ff'f?1.'?r I S If ,vu - Strong pledge drives during 1976 almost doubled TKE membership, now at 27. The brothers made significant repairs and improvements to the chapter house, a factor which contributed to the success of four parties, including the outrageous Halloween affair. TKE put forth their best efforts to capture both the lnterfraternity Council and Overall Sports trophies, as they did last year. Seven new Little Sisters were added during the year. Mr. Dale Friend, Director of Purchasing for the University, is the new chapter advisor. , Tommie Teke TH ETA EX CH IDENTIFICATION PAGE 230 Theta Chi has been a leader among social fraternities in all aspects of student activity. ln 1976, Theta Chi was chosen the best fraternity on campus. The chapter also maintained the highest cumulative grade point average among U.T. fraternities. Five brothers were cited in Who's Who of American College Students. Robert Blagojevich is battalion commander ofthe local ROTC unit. Larry Devos is chairman of the Traffic Board and a member of the Academic Appeals Committee. Jack Brown is chapter President. Treasurer is Mick Chorny, and Secretary is Bod Blagojevich. 107 ZETA B ETA TAU IDENTIFICATION PAGE 230 CQ? 9 o .,,.,", 1- -EI? One of the main goals of any fraternity is to bring together a group of men who are able to mix socially and are willing to work together toward established goals. This is what develops character, and this is what Zeta Beta Tau stands for. Our fraternity creed directs us toward the principles of intellectual awareness, social responsibility, integrity, and brotherly love. We strongly believe that in spite of our small membership, we can remain strong and unified by being an active and integral part of the university community. Of course, any success that we achieve must come from every member of the fraternity in a unified effort. This is what we are striving to achieve, and this is what we are confident we have achieved and will continue to accomplish in the future. 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THIRD ROW: Mike Law- rence, Dima Smirnoff. Navigators LEFT T0 RIGHT, KNEELING: Ann McCarty, Coleen Podosky, Karen Kaul, Pat Whiteman. SECOND ROW: Bob Borrego, Marla Sanders, Alina Cordova, Lucky Zebel, Debbie Rutland, Denise Boyer. THIRD ROW: Terry Stein, Fritz Russell, Dan Silber- stein, Bud Rutland, Ft. A. Williams. BACK ROW: Wayne Haddock, Mark Trimpey, Guy Stella, Edison Deleveaux, Greer Willis. N C? C' -.nf ,. It- Circle K LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Bethann Mahoney, Howard Wein, Manny Laureano, Beth Demarest, James Wieland, Leslie Mal- ham. SECOND ROW: Patricia Sanders, Joanne Moore, Andrew Pisoiotto, Lorraine Pietrowitz, Joedy Gray, Dan Hepplewhite. THIRD ROW: Dr. Narske, Advisor, Andrew Pierce, Jon Arnold. Ornicron Delta Kappa LEFT T0 RIGHT, FRONT ROW: John Bowler, Beth Demarest, Linda Ventura. SEC- OND ROW: Kathy Trott, Sue Scaglione, James Wieland. THIRD ROW: William Steel, Linda Frizzell, Dan Krzywicki. FOURTH ROW: Carl Wilmarth, Jeff Moledor, Tom Ber- nadzikowski. FIFTH ROW: Dr. Ford, Dr. Truxillo. LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: April Boyle, Dr. Duffy, Advisor: Karen Irion. SEC- OND ROW: Nan DeLoach, Osato Aliu, Charles Gutierrez. THIRD ROW: Alan Moore. Phi Eta Sigma LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Dr. Gillen, Advisorg Linda Casazza, Lori Beth Long, Howard Wein, Nancy McMichael. SECOND ROW: Andrew Pisciotto, Lorrainne Pietrow- itz, Alan Shoopak, Dale Nicosia, Jeanne Ack- erson. NOT PICTURED: Tom Bernadzikow- ski. Sailing Club LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Jill Fried- man, Rich Carris, Stella Vandermeer, Kath- leen Hess, Glen Luna. SECOND ROW: Karen Irion, Flatt Walker. THIRD ROW: Neal Lewanda, Alex Cooke. FOURTH ROW: Cindy Bucklin, Bob Dryden, Chris O'DonneIl. FOURTH ROW: Joel Friedman, Dave McDowell. BACK ROW: Randy Giordano, Flon Fuerst, Vadim Smirnoff, Chuck Roth. judicial Board LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Tony Calandriello, Ed Kelly, Lorrie Pietrowitz. BACK ROW: Kevin Challacombe, Matthew Barkley, Bill Steel. NOT PICTURED: Sara Miller, Alex Riseman. Fnsbee Club LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Jack Ber- dasco, Todd Fogarty, Doug Doerr. SECOND ROW: Bob Borrego, Greg Johnson, Fred Orasky, Terry Stein, Guy Stella. THIRD ROW: Glen Devette, Jay Keally, Jody Weis, John Roney, Lou Berowitz, Nick DeTarnosky, Kevin Lapanne. Bkiog Club LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Lorrie Piet- rowitz, Leslie Malham, Todd Fogarty, Donna Graves, Kathy Fox, Howard Wein, Beth Demarest. SECOND ROW: Deb Wagner, Nancy Etter, Nancy McMichael, Chuck Demarest, Felipe Aragon. THIRD ROW: Gail Kelly, Andrew Pisciotto, Kathleen Stagon, Joanne Moore, Robert Ranego. FOURTH ROW: Julie Elbring, Tony Ftubino, Judy Agos, Michael Puzia, Sato Aliu. FIFTH ROW: Susan Gubizca, Doreen Benson, Jerry Thomsen, Martin Randon. BACK ROW: Tim Trout, Clitt Wentz, Steve Stone, Alan Shoo- pak, Norm Kuesel. NOT PICTURED: Bob Heyman, Santiago Jimenez. Juan-Jose Ramirez. Pan- heHenk: CouncH LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Tasha Hair, Tina Brancato, Cathy Moore. SECOND ROW: Marietta Moran, Dave Jackson, Advi- sor, Judy Argos. Inter- Fraternity Council LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Barry Kaplan, Ed Wagner, Dave Helterbran, Joe Lamphier. SECOND ROW: Ron Markowski, Bruce Fendell, Jim Gordon, Pal Canavaggio, Dave Jackson, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Mike Smith, Joe Astuccio, Andrew Pierce, Fred Leberman. S 0 LEFI' TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Paula Par- sons, Linda Godshell, Pauline Parsons. SECOND ROW: Edwin Ore, Kevin Chal- lambe, Bob lezzi, Mike DelIaPenna, Joe Pot- tebaum, Dan Krzywicki, Dean Kauifmann, Robert Goldberg. MBA Associa- tion LEFT T0 RIGHT: Charles Linville, Vice President, Tom Addison, President, Frank Morse, Vice President, Dr. Truscott, Chair- man ol Division of Business and Economics. MISSING: Ed Liptak, Secretary-Treasurer. Hillel 7 Pen And Sword Lacrosse Club Spartan Sertoma Club Karate Clulo Student Program Council VVomen's Soccer Student Government Association LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Bruce Fendell, Becky Burnett, Rob- ert Iezzi, Anita Bosco, Mike DeIIaPenna. SECOND ROW: Dr. Saat- kamp, Advisor C ndy Sharpe, Eric Romanio Ed Kelly, Ed Lowy, Rob- ert Goldberg Dave Jackson Advisor President - Robert lezzi Vice President- Mike DellaPenna "f Tau Beta SQHUH Kappa Kappa Psi LEFI' T0 RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Richard Vidal, Jerry Duck. SECOND ROW: Sam Noto, Leroy Mitchell. NOT SHOWN: Geogory DeBiase, Phineas Baugher. Journalism Ls literature In a hurry ' MIIHICW Amold Vol XLVH Ng 14 University ofTampa Tampa Flonda Janumy 21 1977 Focus On Faculty I - - ey coNNlE Marv Plant Specialist Joins M"'m'Sf8ffWf'f0f Biology Department a..3'Ee's?.l.?5''5?iliB'll'.Zi"TELft3IaJi20.'?.ZE"3'2?ts By BARRY LENZ Thls year the Division of Sciences and Mathema- tics at UT acquired three new teachers and them is Dr. Jerry Thomas. He ls a physiology speclallst who has various effects llght has on plants. His interest ln plant life, which began undergraduate senior, has today developed very successful career in blology. Presently 'life processes of plants and algae ln are hls main concern, although he also with terrestrial plant Ilfe. There is a very slight Southern accent his speech supporting his clalm to being and raised in Alabama. ln- 1965 he graduated from the Montevallo, a small school located ln the of Alabama, and then went on to graduate the University of Alabama wlth a Ph.D. ln His dissertation ll'1V9SIlQ8l6d U16 plQlT18l'1l ll'1 Qftsull algae. After completing his graduate studies he to teach two years of blology at Palm Atlantic College in West Palm Beach Then in 1975, he was selected on a basis and awarded a past-doctoral the Smithsonian Padiation Biology just outside of Washington, D.C. This past summer he joined the department at UT. He has had four articles published in journals that were a result of his research algae during and after his doctoral 1970, the Association of Southeastern jointly honored four men, including Dr for their work on a new method of algae cultures. Presently he is living ln Tampa with hls Susan, and their three boys, Collin, Scott Shepard. ln his spare time, when he flnds he enjoys a good game of tennis In the Florida sunshine. He chose the job here at the University so that he would be able to teach and also have enough time and equipment to permit research. The one surprising factor he found was the friendllners of the faculty working together. He also likes the contact and interaction between the students and teachers, and agreed that this ls one of the reasons why he chose a small school. When asked about the philosophy or method he uses in teaching, he paused for a moment and said. "Trying to, as best I can, get the students to quiver, Tony 'Buchieri left Tampa General Hospital, and, better than that, the 6' 6' athlete who could not walk a month ago was walking, and smiling, and had gained back 21 of the 141 pounds that he had lost. 1. 'F-'F' From Hospit For Christmas Tony received everyth radios to shaving mugs, and lots of h cookies from the nurses. New Year's Eve brought him a midni, party ordered by staff nurses. "We even Guy Lombardo," said Mrs. Buchieri. Tony and his mother will stay in Tampa doctors feel his recovery is complete. H fall, if not sooner, an plans not only to rejoi in on all the sports." rojects were insti The combined and the Miner rk Plague Robberies FRED BELLET Staff Writer students living in t returned to Ta a dark apartment c as well as the these students di had been burglarized only four known ap ies. However, the han half of the sixtee On account of poor lscreens,. w the Plaza was an easy were alerted to the s and found missin radios to stereos, albu the police dusted for their tests prove Holland, agent for ow informed and asked turned off, she co are not the first of tt Several incidents in t to reconsider Hy their off-campus rest Editor- Debbie Everhart Assistant Editor - Russ lkerd it Tickets Availal fTlaXlfTlhlll UI UUUISUS ill ii llllllllllulll UUSIJ. NHIIUU explained, "An enrollee has the option of studying 'Women ln Literature' for a week and then moving on to a class in 'Creative Listening' or perhaps 'Greco Roman Art Hlstory.' It should help a student choose an area of Interest and hopefully persuade him or her to seriously pursue a college degree." Since the program's introduc- nckets wr the opening of the Tampa Company's 1977 season will be available charge from the office of the division of li for all students, faculty, and staff on a firs first serve basis. Friday's opening production on January highlight a performance of the Igor Str' yggn Faculty SPA Brings Practical .pproach To Classes By JOHN BAR LOW "Jounrali.rnr is literature in a hu y Matthew Arnold Vol XLVII No 15 University ofTampa Tampa Flonda Jenuary27 1977 att Th i a Author Of Sybil Visits UT By DIMA SMIRNOFF Mlnaret Features Editor You go to the closet and find clothes you do not remember purchasing and in your apartment is a partition that you have never seen before. While walking on the street' someone stops you to ask, for Science Digest, agreed to the meeting. At the meeting it was revealed that the case Wilbur was -involved with concerned multiple personalities. Though she had had little prior experience with multiple personalities, when asked if she would like to meet Sybil, Schreiber replied, "Well, who' wouldn't!" T fi C t is H' "Didn't we have a good time at the museum But you know you have seen The of this time was shy difffdent, and Dr. 16 of 'SybiI's later. Schrei- Along with records written over analysis. Wilbur. multiple reason was and a half Rochester, good news threw her you like a . He simply the last hope her first named that day. her own mind. even years at she had done in control. to grips with her. According came when Though the mere her alternate did realize 2 selves version of her , Dr. Schrei- right." There Sybil never ver and his son 1 to make the added that that Sybil had LEr T TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Tom Lapeine, Erica Shames, Barry Katz, Jerry Thomsen, Debbie Everhart. SECOND ROW: Tracy Clark, Sue Gil son, Joe Raffeto. THIRD ROW: Ftock Garramone, Dima Smirnoff, Sudnisak Bamrungtrakun, Dr. Andrew Solomon, Dan Pfieffer, Nona Edel- sor FOURTH ROW: Lorraine Baracatt, Steve Cerny, Doreen Benson, Fred Bellet, Ron Garon, Russ lkerd. FIFTH ROW: Jan Montgomery. Instructor will be eligible to nominate only a king. Organ- izations with both male and female members will be able to nominate both a king and queen. 3. The nominees may be from any class as long as I o Litve Presentation Ms. Etta Breit, instructor of a human sexuality course at USF, will be on campus during -the second week of the student affairs program series on sex-related concerns. V DI "II I 'W1'."k I L gn, 1 :MW Q . Lv' ...... 1 , ' W '. " 5, ...aa .,- 'F E1E.:.l.,...... M... w,,...,J . E --..-....... .V .,.-.,,. . ,ww 9- . - 1 I X jf-., ' ,J 'BI' ,A :E gi 2 . . l 'IT 'fry 4 H fl H . - E I., Xiu! x . I R . , . ' x 1 M- x - . .f o-f 'F' Z Nfl 1 i , 4,7 H il . '.-izwm ' 1, f' I Ax " cf' f 9' Q Kr! ,iff .I f , Y7 2 X if D, , I1 , ' . Q1 ,Six ' ,J In W A ' I -Q lx X W ,. ff x M020 N E 1 I 6 Organizations ALPHA CHI Alpha Chi is a national collegiate honor society. Members are juniors and seniors who rank academically in the top ten per cent of their class. The local chapter, established in 1969, has sought to promote student scholarship at the University of Tampa. Dr. Marlon Ellison isthe faculty sponsor. Drs. B. J. Fiomanick and Dan Smith are advisors. CIRCLE K Circle K is a campus service organi- zation whose purpose is to help needy persons in the Tampa area. Member- ship in the club teaches leadership, fellowship, cooperation, and the assumption of responsibility. Members stand for the social betterment of the Tampa community. DELTA SIGMA PI Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fra- ternity in business, offering students an opportunity for additional advance- ment through association with others in the same field of study. Our profes- sional program of speakers and tours of businesses is intended to provide a supplement to the classroom educa- tion. Social functions balance the pro- gram. Delta Sigma Pi is a bridge between the academic environment and the world of commerce. KAPPA KAPPA PSI Kappa Kappa Psi, national band fra- ternity, assists the U.T. band director in arranging and performing satisfying, entertaining concerts. The Alpha Sigma chapter, chartered in May, 1941, also provides pleasant social activities for U.T. band members. The chapter is planning to attend the national convention in Los Ange- les. This year's officers were Sam Noto, President, Richard Vidal, Vice-Presi- dentg Jerry Duck, Secretary, and Phi- neas Baugher, Treasurer. KARATE CLUB The U.T. Karate Club is instructed in Japanese-style karate by second degree black belt Jim Thomas CSuper Luj, his wife Linda, and AI Simmonds, who are both first degree black belts. Mr. Simmonds is the first U.T. student under the instruction of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Al has been of great assist- ance to the club. Club members learn self-defense techniques as well as formal karate training, both of which aid physical fit- ness and coordination. Formal karate testing, for those wishing to advance, is usually held once a semester, and members are judged by other high ranking black belts from the Tampa area. LACROSSE CLUB The U.T. Lacrosse Club has been the Tampa Bay Lacrosse Club for the past five years, representing the city of Tampa in the Florida Lacrosse League. The League consists of teams from every major city and college in Florida. Through the efforts of Co- Presidents Tom Bernadzikowski and Hillsborough County teacher and part- time U.T. faculty member, Ken Shields, the team is now a part of the Univer- sity. The team, known as the University of Tampa Lacrosse Club, will become a member of the Florida Lacrosse League. THE MINARET The Minaret staff's primary goal this year was to improve the quality of the newspaper so that it would be a publi- cation of which the entire University could be proud. New writers were recruited. The paper advanced from a four-page semi-monthly publication to a six to eight page weekly. Columns such as Focus on Faculty, Focus on Students, Dean's Corner, and Dining Out were instituted. With the expansion of the English area writing program, the Minaret should provide writing opportunities 'for an even greater number of stu- dents than in the past. THE NAVIGATORS The Navigators is an internat inter-denominational Christian o zation. Its objective is to make manent spiritual difference in the of people around the world. The of this international outreach is to qualified laymen who are availab Christian service. These layme demonstrate a lifestyle that em sizes their relationship with J Christ and will seek to share thi que relationship with others. OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Cmicron Delta Kappa is a nat leadership honorary society posed of members whose extra-c ular activities involve leadership r Only students excelling academi or participating in other unive activities are invited into the H Lex Circle. The ODK idea stimul student action in the many face university life such as the promoti sound academic standards, intro tion of educational stimuli tg speakersb, and the general aware of the effects a university has on individual. Students are encoura for scholastic participation in o student functions. PEN AND SWORD Pen and Sword, a campus organ tion of 75 members, is open to mili personnel on active duty, to reti personnel, and to veterans. Stud may comprise ten per cent of the f membership. PSI CHI , Psi Chi is a national honor societj the field of psychology. Student m bers have attained a high level of at demic achievement and have a spec interest in psychology. The U.T. cha ter holds regular meetings to disct important topics in psychology and participate in activities which prom: scholarship in psychology studies. CABBARD AND BLADE bard and Blade is a military ociety which strives to develop intain leadership, discipline, ficiency among its members. up attempts to project a favor- age to the American public military appearance and per- e. rganization is also devoted to nity service. Presently it sends . funds to a charity organiza- support of an orphan Korean year's officers were Robert Ft. vich, President, Ed Bloom, esidentg Ruth Edwards, Secre- e Williamson, Treasurerg John od, Historian. SCUBA CLUB U.T. Scuba Club engages in ater diving from as far north as I River, Florida, down to the Keys. The Organization, which to all members of the U.T. fam- possess proper diving certifica- olds regular meetings which nally feature guest speakers. ARTAN SERTOMA CLUB purposes of the Spartan Ser- lub are to promote acquain- riendship, and fellowship as an nity for service, to encourage al of service and to provide an nity for its members to be of to the community: to promote, way, the freedom of individu- the maintenance of the princi- free enterprise, to encourage overnment and good citizen- nd to further mutual tolerance erstanding among all peoples. NTS POLITICAL ORGANIZA- TION Students Political Organization oup dedicated to stimulating : in politics on the U.T. campus. ganization sponsored a debate in Florida State Senator David Clain and his political chal- Mr. Elvin Martinez. The screen- a movie based on George OrweIl's novel Animal Farm was another project. Three members attended a meeting of the American Security Council in Virginia in Novem- ber, 1976. The group will sponsor the showing of a movie seen at the Virginia meeting, The Price of Peace and Freedom. Organization representa- tives plan to attend a mock govern- ment symposium at Stetson University. SAILING CLUB The U.T. Sailing Club, consisting of both beginners and experienced sail- ors, has hosted regattas with teams from nearby universities. The club has a close association with the Davis Islands Yacht Club, whose adult mem- bers assist U.T. students in becoming active sailboat crewmen. The U.T. group holds barbeques on local beaches as a unique type of entertain- ment. TAU BETA SIGMA Tau Beta Sigma is an honorary music sorority whose function is to support the U.T. band and the music department. Not all of the sisters are music majors, yet all share the desire to improve the music department. Dur- ing the fall semester, the U.T. group installed a new chapter from the Tusk- egee lnstitute, Alabama. The twelve Tuskegee coeds were entertained with a picnic and band music in Plant Park before the ceremony. Each year, the sorority decorates the Gasparilla pirates, marches in the Crew of Luzon parade on Davis Island, ushers at the University recitals, and hosts the Homecoming Brunch at Pro- fessor Rodean's home. MBA All projections indicate that in the next decade careers in business will increase at an extraordinary rate. Opportunities will be even more attrac- tive than at present. Individuals benefiting materially from this boom will be those in the highest echelons of management - the executives and also the entrepre- neurs who have the acumen to start and effectively manage their own busi- nesses. We believe that the best prep- aration is through being better quali- fied through management - by earn- ing an M.B.A. degree. The University of Tampatdesigned its M.B.A. program to assist in qualify- ing you for creative and dynamic lead- ership in a changing society where major business decisions have both political and social considerations and implications. The core curriculum provides a broad basic framework of both theo- retical and practical knowledge. This background is combined with a limited degree of specialization. Through elective courses, you have an oppor- tunity for greater specialization and depth in an area that particularly inter- ests you. ln planning the program, the Univer- sity took into consideration that not every student is free to go to school during the daytime hours. The person who has a regular job, the student who must work part-time to earn an advanced degree, the woman who can attend college only when her hus- band is home to take care of the chil- dren - these and other people can- not afford the luxury of daytime classes. Therefore, the M.B.A. pro- gram has been planned so that most of the classes are held in the early eve- ning. The program is open to qualified graduates in business, science, engi- neering, education, liberal arts, and other fields. 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