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 V • (I ITHE 1945 MOROCCAN “A Post War World” Rosalie Mathis........................Editor-In-Chief Lorraine Oglesby......................Business Manager UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA. TAMPA. FLORIDA 0)9 4S5t- t reword As we let our imagination drift into a dream of our post - war world encompassing the U. of Tampa, we visualize a University teeming with ac- tivity. full of the purposes and ideals which arc the foundations of our democratic way of life. The freedom for which our boys have fought manifests itself as they enter whole-heartedly into the study of this new life before them. To the ideals of this, the post-war world, we the staff dedicate the 1945 Moroccan of the U. of Tampa. filbroQC A-a. ♦ I » ( i i o y 4 ) 5L 3 5p i f ALMA MATER WAITS When they come hack to stir our lonely campus, Stripping their service bars for cap and gown, How shall strained eyes be calmed to peacetime vision? How shall their vast unrest be tempered down? Give them a book that states “the art of living"— These who have lived at war’s tremendous pace? Thrill them with tales in classic measures— These who have braved death hourly, face to face? May their harsh course in discipline and duty Brace them to cope with tedious task and phrase. May they find youth and something of lost playtime In the dear nearness of familiar ways. So shall the hopes of long-deferred tomorrows Soften remembrances of grim yesterdays. Josephine Bailey Doyle.TRIBUTE TO AN EARNEST TEACHER Whose ever-present sense of justice And tolerant attitude toward mankind Whose deep concern for the world at large Affirm his democratic concept. A BOON COMPANION Whose sympathetic understanding, Contagious, unique sense of humor. Benignity and brotherly love. Express his genuine warmth of heart. AND SO Serene of countenance, eye a-twinkle, A personality wends his way, Beloved of all who chance to know him.JESSE L KEENE ear3lit Remoriam To those men of Tampa University who have fought and died for the freedom and democracy of a con- tented, post-war world, free from chaos and enmity, we dedicate this page. May we carry on the ideals that they have fought for in the future, that they may not have died in vain.UNIVERSITY OF TAMPA BOARD OF TRUSTEES Kenneth I. McKay....................Chairman, Board ol Trustees Carl D. Brorein....................Chairman Executive Committee Charles F. Blake...................Secretary, Board ol Trustees Ernest Maas..........................................Treasurer John G. Anderson, Jr. J. A. Griffin J. S. Mims H. P. Baya George B. Howell William Moody Karl A. Bickel Frank D. Jackson V. V. Sharpe R. J. Binnicker Howard P. Maclarlane David E. Smiley Charles F. Blake D. B. McKay John B. Sutton Carl D. Brorein Kenneth 1. McKay Jamos T. Swann Albert H. Caso Ernest Maas C. C. Vega, Jr. H. C. Culbreath Roland A. Wilson EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Carl D. Brorein, Chairman R. J. Binnicker George B. Howell Kenneth I. McKay J. A. Griffin Ernest Maas David E. Smiley INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF Douglas R. Angus, Ph.D.........................................Prof, of Eng. Joseph Baker, A.M...................................... Asst. Prof, of Music Mildred D Babcock, Ed.D. ...............................Asso. Prof, of Ed. Guy G. Becknell, Ph.D......................................Prof, of Physics Ruth E. Bell, Ph.D. (pending) .................... Asso. Prof, of Bus. Adm. Norman Borchardt...........................................Instructor of Art Charles C. Denny, Ph.D........................... Asso. Prof, of Psychology Jesse L. Keene, M.A.................................. Asst. Prof, of History C. Herbert Laub, Ph.D...................................... Prof, of History Amalia Lautz, Ph.D................................ Asso. Prof, of Home Ec. Ruth Moffatt, M.A.....................................Asst. Prof, of Phy. Ed. Louis A. Nava, A.B., B.S............................. Asst. Prof, of Spanish Clyde C. Reed, M.S................................ Asso. Prof, of Chemistry M. C. Rhodes. Ph.D....................................Prof, of Mathematics LeRoy O. Smith, M.A........................ Asst. Prof, of Bus. Adm. 6 Ec. Reuben D. Webb, M.S.................................. Asso. Prob. of Eng. Lyman Wiltse........................................... Asso. Prof, of Music David Zielonka, A.B., B.H, Rabbi..................Asso. Prof, of Sociology ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Dr. E. C. Nance....................................................President M. C. Rhodes, Ph.D............................ Dean of Adm. Acting Pres. Miss Ruth Moffatt, M.A................................... Dean of Women Ernest Maas .......................................................Treasurer Miss Charlotte Anne Thompson, A.B.L................................Librarian Mrs. Jane Daris..........................................Museum Curator Mrs. Johnnie Pate..........................................Business Office Mrs. Irene Dosier..............................Sec. to War Training Office Mrs. Sylvia Harbert .....................................Sec. to the Dean Miss Marcella Hanley..............................Matron of Girls' Dormitory C. H. Burns........................................Building Superintendent Joy Cooper...........................................Switchboard OperatorDR. E. C. NANCEA MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OF 1945 FROM DR. NANCE, PRESIDENT-ELECT A New Chapter Begins “A New Chapter begins in the history of the University of Tampa,” said the author of the gracious editorial, in the Tampa Daily Times, concerning my appointment to the presidency of the University, and equally as friendly and complimentary was the editorial in the T ampa Tribune, which hopefully pre- dicted “the University will grow.” I have read the editorials and other expansive comment on my appointment to this position of honor and responsibility in a proper spirit of humility. I am grateful for the confidence and faith of trustees, faculty and staff, students and fellow citizens. But you and I know very well that the continued growth and success of our University will require greater wisdom and more action than nor- mally can be expected from one man. In a larger measure the future of the Uni- versity of Tampa is in the hearts of you who have received inspiration and direc- tion from professors and fellow students in this fraternity of learning. For you, too. “a new chapter begins.” For your sakes, and for the recovery and advancement of our war-weary world. I hope it will be a thrilling chapter of service to mankind. I trust you will find the greatest personal joy and satis- faction in working for the permanent and universal acceptance of the principles of justice and goodwill for which so many noble men and women in all walks of life have lived and died. As we face the uncertain future, let us pray that the peoples of the world will soon sec the folly of war and learn the profit and wisdom of understanding and mutual helpfulness. It is for such a day of spiritual enlightenment that brave men arc still fighting and dying. For such a day we must live bravely and creatively. Congratulations from T rustees, Faculty. Staff and Administration. Wherever you go—whatever you do—God bless you. ELLWOOD C. NANCE. President.I DEAN M. C. RHODES To him wc arc grateful for wise guidance during the darkest days of our University. Amid a war-torn world, his counsel has been a guiding light, leading the way to a brighter future which will find expression in our post-war world of tomorrow. ' I iRUTH MOFFATT. M.A.. Dean of Womon LOUIS A. NAVA. A.B.. B.S. CLYDE C. REED, M.S. Assistant Professor of Physical Education Assistant Professor of Spanish Associato Profossor of Chomistry FACULTY MILDRED D. BABCOCK. Ed.D. Associate Professor of Education JOSEPH BAKER. A.M. Assistant Professor of Music RUTH E. BELL. Ph.D. (pending) Associate Professor of Business AdministrationNORMAN BORCHARDT CHARLES C. DENNY. Ph.D. C. HERBERT LAUB. Ph.D. Instructor of Art Associato Professor of Psychology Professor of History FACULTY i AMALIA LAUTZ. Ph.D. REUBEN D. WEBB, M.S. LYMAN WILTSE DAVID ZIELONKA. A.B.. B.H.. Rabbi Associato Professor of Home Economics Associate Professor of English Associato Professor of Music Associato Profossor of SociologyADMINISTRATION CHARLOTTE ANNE THOMPSON MRS. SYLVIA HARBERT A.B.L. Secrotary to the Dean Librarian MRS. JOHNNIE PATE Business Office MISS MARCELLA HANLEY Matron of Girls' Dormitory C. H. BURNS Building Superintendent JOY COOPER Switchboard OperatorSEPTEMBERTHIS ABOUT THE SENIORS You Will Remember . . . Virginia Smith's Homing red hair, as she runs you down in the lobby when you haven't turned in your Minaret story; her diligent efforts in erecting a new sign for Tampa U . .. Claire Devore's cream-colored convertible, the envy of every co-ed in school... Eleanor Fisk's reproachful eye as you get out of line in the dorm . . . Idele Onur's hearty efforts to get her cap and gown picture in the Moroccan and the pretty clothes she always wears to psychology class . . . Dorothy Cheatham's beautiful blue eyes, which make all the little pupils awfully good when she goes off to practice teach every day . . . Mary Catherine Martin's watchful eye, try- ing to dig up something exciting for her fashion column, also the big smiles as a cer- tain Dick V ozniak came into town . . . Reonthia Constantine's remarkable feats of acrobatics at Phillips' Field, and her cute little figure . . . Nancy Marsh's water colors, mixed in a little with Duane Locke's surrealism, also mixed in a little with that beautiful blond hair . . . Rosalie Mathis' tired footsteps, as she goes down the 113th time to 3ryn-Alan Studios for more Moroccan pictures . . . Laura Mayor's musical abilities and the way all the dorm is going to miss her when she graduates . . . Lorraine Oglesby's calm presiding over STP meetings . . . Bette Garrison's cute little dressing table up in the dorm and her car (?) the latter of which never could seem to quite make it down to Miami . . . Dorothea Mallard's Phillip Morris's (no other brand, please!), and the way she makes the dorm her happy home, when she has two perfectly good parents in Tampa . . . Ruth Bartlett's sleepy eyes in her Saturday morning Music Class . . . Margaret Havlik's v ay of stealing shoes from Kitty Martin, along with her accusing eye in the Business Office . . . Mrs. Kay Wiltse's home orchestra and the way she always makes a twenty-minute break out of a fifteen-minute one in Teach- ing of Music . . . and Karl Chambers, James Forsgren and Amadeo Riggio because a war prevented them from attending their own graduation.SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ROSALIE MATHIS President DOROTHEA MALLARD Vice-President MARGARET HAVLIK Secretary-TreasurerMRS. RUTH BARTLETT Bachelor of Science in Education; Minor . English and Sociology Cleveland School of Education, Western Reserve Uni- versity. 1; Kent State University, two-year Chemistry diploma. August, 1928, 2; Kent State University De- bating Team. 3; University Dramatic Society, 3; French Club, 3, 4; University Giee Club and Chorus. 3. REONTHIA CONSTANTINE Tampa, Florida ' Bachelor of Art ; Major. Psychology; Minor English Sigma Theta Phi, 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Manager, 2, 3; Vice-President, 4; Newman Cub. 2, 3. 4; Vice-President, 2; Reporter, 3; Moroccan Staff, 2, 3, 4; Business Staff, 2, 3; Assistant Business Manager, 4; Minaret Staff, 2, 3, 4; Reporter, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Business Manager, 2, 3; Ad- vertising Manager. 4; Junior-Senior Banquet Commit- tee, 3. CLAIR E. DEVORE Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science in Education; Major, History Minor, English Future Teachers of America, 4. (Not Pictured) RIGGIO AMADEO Bachelor of Science in Education BURNS. MRS. CLARICE LONG Bachelor of Science in EducationELEANOR A. FISK Delray Beach, Florida ilarhelor of Science in Education; Major, Music; Minor, Psychology, E ducatio u Sigma Alpha Iota Pledge, 3, 4; Vice-President, 3, 4; Charter Mombor Alpha Mu Tau, 1, 2; Future Teachers o! America, 3. 4; President, 4; Sigma Theta Phi, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer, 4; Dormitory Club, 1. 2, 3, 4; Band, 1. 2, 3; All Girl Unit, 4; Moroccan Stall, 3; Minaret Staff, 3, 4; Defense Council. 2; First Aid Unit, 2; Intramural Volley- ball, 2; Dean's List, 3; Honor Roll, 4. BETTE GARRISON Lincolnton, North Carolina liachrlor of Arts: Majors, Art, English Delta Kappa, 1, 2, 3, 4; Corresponding Secretary, 2, 3; Treasurer. 4; Freshman Class Student Council Repre- sentative, 1; Senior Class Student Council Representa- tive, 4; Brush and Palette Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary, 4; Orchosi8, 1. 2, 3, 4,- Secretary, 3. 4; Dorm Club, 1. 2. 3, 4; First Aid Unit, 1; Defense Council, 1; Baptist Student Union, 1, 2, 3, 4; Publicity Manager, 4; Chorus, 1. 2. 3; All Girl Unit, 2, 3; Minaret Stall, Fashion Editor, 2, 3, 4; Moroccan Staff, Art Co-Editor, 4; Intramurals, 1, 2. 3, 4; Volleyball, 1; Basketball. 2, 3, 4; Dean's List, 3, 4; Honor Roll. 2; Senior Hall of Fame, 4; Delta Kappa Higgens Scholarship Pin. MARGARET HAVLIK Lutz, Florida liachrlor of Science in Education: Major, Sociology: Minor, lliology Delta Kappa, 4; Newman Club, 3. 4; Secretary. 4; Fu- ture Teachers of America, 4; Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Brush and Palette Club, 3, 4; Dormitory Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volley- ball, 1. 4; Varsity Volleyball, 4; Defense Council. 1; Minaret Staff. 4; Moroccan Staff, Feature Editor, 4; Sloan Foundation, 4; Book Store Manager, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll. 4. (Not Pictured) DOROTHY PETION CHEATHAM Tampa, Florida liachrlor of Science in Education; Major. English; Minors, History, Sociology, Education Orchosis. 2, 3, 4; President, 4; 313 Masa.uers, 4; Varsity Volleyball, 2; Varsity Show, 2, Dance Recital, 2, 3. CHAMBERS- IRA KARL liachrlor of ScienceDOROTHEA MALLARD Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science in Education: Major, Music; Minor. B. C. B. Sigma Alpha Iota Pledge, 3, 4; Chaplain, 3; President, 4; Charter Member Alpha Mu Tau. 1. 2; Delta Kappa, 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer, 2, 3. Vice-President, 4; Senior Class Vice-President; Future Teachers of America, Vice- President 4. Orchestra, 4, Varsity Show, 1; Sigma Kappa Nu Daughter, 2, Minaret, 3. 4; Moroccan Staff, Literary Editor, 3, 4; Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List, 1, 4; Senior Hall of Fame, 4; Who's Who, 4. NANCY BURKE MARSH Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science in Education; Major, Art; Minors, English. Elementary Specialization Delta Kappa, 1, 2, 3; Dance Sponsor, 2; Reporter, 2; Treasurer, 3; Future Teachers of America, 4, Brush and Pallette Club, 1. 2, 3, 4; Minaret Staff Reporter, 2; Sigma Kappa Nu Daughter, 1; Sigma Kappa Nu Sponsor, 1. MARY CATHERINE MARTIN West Palm Beach, Florida Bachelor of Scienct in Business A 1 ministrat ion; Major, B. C. E.: Minor, Spanish Delta Kappa. 1, 2. 3. 4; Sergeant-at-Arms, 2; Parliamen- tarian, 3, Corresponding Sercetary, 4; Sophomore Class Vice-President, 2; Newman Club, 2, 3. 4; Reporter, 2, 3; 313 Masquers, 1; Quill Club, 1; Home Economics Club, 2; First Aid Unit, 1; Dormitory Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball, 1; Minaret Staff, 2, 3. 4; Fashion Co-Editor, 4; Moroccan Staff, Senior Class Editor, 4; Dance Recital, 2; Dean's List, 4. (Not Pictured) CLARK, MRS. BESSIE Bachelor of Science in Education SISTER CATHERINE OF THE HOLY CHILD (YEES) A. 11.ROSALIE MATHIS Tampa. Florida Bachelor of Science in Education; Major, Elementary Education; Minor. History Delta Kappa, 1, 2, 3, 4; Parliamentarian, 1; Vice Presi- dent, 2; President, 3; President, 4; Junior Marshal at Graduation; Minaret. 2, 3, 4; Reporter, 2; Associate Edi- tor, 3. Feature Editor, 4; Moroccan. 3, 4; Literary Editor, 3; Editor-in-Chiel. 4; Sigma Kappa Nu Daughter, 2; 313 Masquers; International Relations Club, 1; Junior- Senior Banquet Committee; Dean's List. 2. 3, 4; Presi- dent of Senior Class; Pan Hellenic, 2. 3, 4; Vice-Presi- dent, 3; Secretary, 4. Student Senate, 3, 4; Student Council Representative Junior Class, 3; Vice-President, 4; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Senior Hall of Fame. (Not Pictured) SISTER FRANCES OF THE EUCHARIST Bachelor of A rts SISTER JOSETTA MAREA (PRELLER) Bachelor of A rl LAURA H. MAYOR Zephyrhills, Florida Bachelor of Science in Education; Major, Music Minors, English, History Sigma Alpha Iota Pledge, 3. 4; Charter Member Alpha Mu Tau. 1, 2. 3, 4; Secretary. 4; Sigina Theta Phi, 2, 3, 4; Parliamentarian, 4; Quill Club, 1, 2; Vice-President. 2; Future Teachers of America, 4; Dormitory Club, 1, 2. 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer. 3, 4; All Girl Unit, 3, 4; Chorus, 1, 2, 3. 4; Dean’s List, 1, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 2. LORRAINE OGLESBY Tampa, Florida Bachelor of Science in Education; Majors, Elementary Sprcutlizalion, Social Studies Sigma Theta Phi, 1. 2, 3, 4; Reporter, 2; Treasurer, 3; President, 4; Minaret Staff, Society Editor, 3, 4; Moroc- can Stall, 3, 4; Business Stall. 3; Business Manager, 4; International Relations Club, 1, La Tertulia, 1, 2. Or- chesis Club, 3. 4; Junior Class Secretary-Treasurer. 3; Junior-Senior Banquet Committee, 3; Student Council Senior Representative. 4; Sigina Kappa Nu Daughter; Senior Hall ol Fame, 4; Who's Who. 4; Intramurals, 1, 2. 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 3, 4; Pan Hellenic President, 4.IDELLE EVANS ONUR Coleman, Florida H irh lor of Science in lid Mention Major, Elementary Specialization Dormitory Club, 4: Transfer from Florida State College for Women. VIRGINIA REBECCA SMITH Tampa, Florida bachelor of Science in Education; Major, Elementarii Education: Minors, History. Enylish Delta Kappa, 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Manager, 2; Vice- President, 3; Recording Secretary, 4; Higgens Scholar- ship Pin, 3; Sophomore Class Secretary-Treasurer, 2; Junior Clcss President, 3; Student Senate President, 4; Junior Marshal at Graduation. 3; Minaret. 2, 3, 4; Fea- ture Editor, 2; Editor-in-Chief, 3, 4; Moroccan Staff. 2, 3, 4; Feature Editor, 2; Literary Editor, 3; Managing Edi- tor, 4; Sigma Kappa Nu Daughter, 2; 313 Masquers. Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Library Assistant, 1, 2; Defense Stamp Chairman, 2; International Relations Club. 1; La Tertulia, 1; Junior-Senior Banquet Committee. 3; Dean's List, 1, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 2: Senior Hall of Fame, 4; Who's Who. 4 MRS. KATHLEEN WILTSE Master of Arts in Music; M. I. in Art; Cellist Sigma Alpha Iota, National Music Sorority, Sigma Theta Chapter; '41-'42, Tampa U. String Quartet; '41-'42. '43-'44. Faculty Trio; '41. '42, '43, '44. '45, Orchestra and "Unit”; Member of Brush and Palette Club. (Not Pictured) SISTER MARY GEORGE LERUYER A. It. FORSGREN. JAMES WENDELL bachelor of Science in EducationUNDERGRADUATE SENIORS MAREA BORDT VIOLET CONTE BETTY ANN SMITH MILLIE TOMASINA JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS MAREA BORDT Vice-President CATHERINE BOWEN President ALICE ARIAS Secretary-Treasurer r i 'JUNIOR CLASS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT MATTHEW APRILE ALICE ARIAS CATHERINE BOWEN PEGGY PEPPER BLEUMLE HAZEL BRYAN MARTHA JANE COLER BETTY FAYE CUMBIE MARJORIE DE KINDER MARY FULTON MARIE GIBSON PAUL HUNTON JOSEPHINE PEREZ DOROTHY JACKSON MARY JULIA MENA JEANNE HILL JOSEPHINE RAMIL JOANNA RECK LAURA RICHARDS SAMUEL SWEATT 0 0 NOT PICTURED BOYS FIFE. JIM HOOD. BILLY LEVY. BEN PELAEZ. ARNALDO TOCCI. VINCENT GIRLS BARRS. RUTH BOND. ELLA GOODSON. MARY CANTRELL LANSING. RANDY LINER. WILTSE LOCKE. MRS. FINIS PEREZ. ADDIE SEWELL. ALICE LEE SIMPSON. MRS. ALBERTA STEBBINS. NELLIE SWEAT. NELDASOPHOMORES . SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS LAURA RICHARDS President ANDREW MARTINEZ Vice-President DOROTHY JACKSON Secretary-TreasurerSOPHOMORE CLASS LEFT TO RIGHT CLARA ANN BITTMAN BETTY JANE BROWNSEY FRANK COMPARETTO MRS. ALEX DIAZ GLORIA FICAROTTA DOROTHY GONZALEZ RUTH HARDY BILLIE HIGGINBOTHAM BETTY RUTH ISRAELSON ROSE MARIE KELLY JAYNE LEE MARY LEONE SAM LETO MARY LERIOS PEGGY MACK HARRIET MANNING ANDREW MARTINEZ CYNTHIA MORAN DOROTHY NYLANDER MILWARD T. QUINN LOIS SANCHEZ GLORIA STATHIS EUNICE TALBOTT DORIS THOMPSON NOT PICTURED BOYS ALLEN. VAN BERG. RAYMOND ROSENSTEIN. HAROLD SMITH. EUGENE RAWLS. JAMES E. WILSON. GILBERT GIRLS BROOKS. ELEANOR CHADWICK. BETTY JANE GUITO. DORA LERA. DALIA NICHOLAS. GLORIA RAFFO, BARBARA ROBLES, MARY LOUISE SCOTT. MARGARET SYMMES. MRS. NAOMI TAIT. BETTY WHITAKER. GLORIA1 FRESHMENFRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS MANUEL ALVAREZ President ED HALL Vice-President FRANK COMPARETTO Secretary-TroasurorFRESHMAN CLASS LEFT TO RIGHT MANUEL ALVAREZ ROSE ARCE AQUILLA BAKER MILDRED BAUCOM IOAN BURNETT MILDRED CRONK JINNY CUSMANO CHARLES CUERVO. JR. CHARLOTTE DEAN CLORINDA DEL RIO MILDRED DU BOIS GLADYS FORD GLORIA FRANCO JEAN FREELAND SARAH HALE EDWARD HALL GLENNA HILL KATHERINE KLONARIS BARBARA LACY MARY JANE LEWIS NOT PICTURED BOYS ACEBAL. NICK FERNANDEZ BEASLEY. RAYMOND BLOUNT. JOHN HENRY BOKOR. SPENCER CRUZ. EZEKIAL FISHER. GEORGE D. GOLDEN. JOSEPH GORDON. ARCHIE GOUT. GREGORY HALL. LIN HARDEN. WILLIAM C.. JR. HEAD. GEORGE ALBERT JOHNSON. ROBERT JONES. PHILLIP LANIER. SIDNEY LOPEZ. MIKE MYERS. WILLIAM PACHECO. FERDIE PHILIPS. JAMES RANON. JOHN FRANK SHROADS. JAMES HARRY VIDAL. LEONARD JAMES WALKER. CALVIN RIVERO. RENEFRESHMAN CLASS I •! "I LEFT TO RIGHT: MARY LI CALSI DUANE LOCKE CARMEN PALACIO EBLIN PARKS VIRGINIA RANKIN DOROTHY RANKIN ELENA RIVERO ELIZABETH ROBERTSON GLORIA RODRIQUEZ CARMEN RODRIQUEZ DOROTHY LOUGH DOROTHY PARKER GERTRUDE CAMERON MARIE MILLER ROSEMARY KENDLE JOHN KERSHAW THEODORE ROOS CAROL SLAYTON ANTOINETTE WADSWORTH RAYMOND YOUNGLOVE Not Pictured GIRLS ANDERSON. PEGGY BEIRO. JOSEPHINE BLES. MRS. MARGARET COX CACCIATORE. PAULINE CAMPBELL. CATHERINE LEE COLLINS. ELAINE CORNELIUS. A. MARTHA DALLOS. MARIANN PATRICIA DIMOND. MARJORIE EXUM. EUGENIA FONTE. LOUISE MARY GOWING. AUDREY GRIFFIN. EVE JEAN GUAGLIARDI. VIVIAN MARIE JAMES. DOROTHY JERNIGAN. ANNA JEWELL. EVELYN JOHNSON. JEAN LEE. ROSEMARY LINN. MARGARET LINN. MARY MAYOR. LUCILE MILES. GLENDA MUNIZ. SARAH McDuffie, louise NASH. ARTA RADKOWSKI. ALDONA REWIS, MINNIE SIERRA. MARY EVELYN STABILE. KATHERINE STAPPENBECK. EDNA VARNELL. GENE VIRELLA. ALICE WEEKS. ESTELLE WILDEN. MILDRED YOUNG. CHARLOTTE ZEBALDO. PAULINEi i» : f! '% STUDENT SENATE PURPOSE To create and foster a proper spirit, to promote the general welfare of the University and to encourage loyalty in the Student Body. President.................. Vice-President............. Secretary-Treasurer........ Senior Representative...... Junior Representatives..... Sophomore Representatives ....Virginia Smith .. . .Rosalie Mathis .. Lorraine Oglesby .... Betty Garrison .. Catherine Bowen Betty Faye Cumbie ... Betty Israelson .... Laura Richards Freshman Representatives . .Jean Freeland Manuel AlvarezPAN HELLENIC COUNCIL The purpose of the Pan-Hellenic Council is to promote equity and to create a spirit of amity between the Greek letter organizations of the University OFFICERS President............................................Lorraine Oglesby, S. T. P. Vice-President...........................................Rosalie Mathis, D. K. Secretary-Treasurer.....................................Marie Gibson, S. T. P. MEMBERS Marea Bordt, Alpha Gamma Laura Richards, Alpha Gamma Catherine Bowen, Delta KappaVARIOUS BOOKS ARE ADDED TO T.U,LIBRARY AT MEETING Student», Faculty Arc Guests at Service Student Council Changed! vrurn'T.' S’-TTH ★ Do Your Xmas Shopping Early of. thsL lAmvvtAih eg. Jampa, x-ice» WKDNKSDAY. KOVKMUKK T9. W4 VOL. U N.., J ALUMNI RETURN TO CAMPUS! UJli.jld.td. ootid. Virgini" Soith-----------------——Kdltor-in-Chief C thorlncr Bown-----------------At sjciMc £ Jitor Dsrotny Gonudet----------------Business “tuvi tr Welcome To AlumniMINARET Assistant Associate Editor.......................................Duane Locke News Editors..............................................Betty Faye Cumbie Marie Gibson DEPARTMENT HEADS Society Editor................................. Feature Editor................................. Sports Editors................................. Fashions Editors............................... Cartoonists.................................... Religious Editor............................... Typists........................................ Lorraine Oglesby ... Rosalie Mathis .......Jayne Lee Gloria Ficarotta . .. Bette Garrison Kitty Martin ... .Jean Freeland Nancy Marsh Betty Ann Smith ......Alice Arias Betty Israelson Elena Rivero Reporters....................................................Mary Julia Mena, Dot Mallard, Ronnie Constantine, Dahlia Lera, Margaret Havlik, Catherine Campbell. Evelyn Jewell, Mary Fulton, Barbara Lacy, Laura Richards, Ebbie Park, Mildred Baucom.THE MOROCCAN Rosalie Mathis .......................Editor in-Chief Miss Ruth Moffatt.....................Faculty Advisor Marea Bordt........................... Associate Editor Lorraine Oglesby...................Business Manager Senior Class Editor... Junior Class Editor... Sophomore Class Editor Freshman Class Editor. Faculty Editor........ Organizations Editors. . Managing Editor....... Circulation Manager. .. Feature Editor.......... Literary Editors...... Art Editors........... Sports Editor......... Snapshot Editor....... M. Catherine Martin .......Violet Conte .. .Dorothy Gonzalez Billie Higginbotham .... Mildred Du Bois ......Marie Gibson Laura Richards .....Virginia Smith .......Lois Sanchez Margaret Havlik .. Dorothea Mallard Alice Arias ........Hazel Bryan Betty Garrison .. .Catherine Bowen .......Elena Riveroi 'j LA TERTULIA Founded 1938 Colors Advisor Flower Gold and White Prof. Louise A. Nava Jasmine Aim: To promote the Spanish language in the Uni- versity, especially among those students who do not know Spanish. SoMrwi n.R •nn: magt. IIOY AND. WERL OFFICERS President................................ Vice-President........................... Secretary............................... Treasurer................................ MEMBERS Jean Freeland Mary Fulton Dalia Lora Gloria Ficcarrotta Neddie Rodriquez Betty Jane Chadwick Jennie Cusmano Eleanor Brooks Rose Marie Kelly Sarah Hale Clorinda Del Rio Gloria Franco Mery Li Calsi Mary Leono Ebbie Parks Jocn 3urnett Charlotte Dear. Betty Faye Cumbie Josephine Ramil Manuel Alvarez Carmen Palacio Prof. Louis Nava Rose Arce Matthew Aprile Gilbert Wilson Sam Leto Frank Comparetto Leonardo Vidal Rone Riviero Johnny RamonMAREA BORDT BILLY HIGGINBOTHAM JOAN BURNETT Vico-Prcsidont President Publicity Chairman BRUSH AND PALLETTE CLUB Advisor—MR. NORMAN BORCHARDT PURPOSE The Brush and Pallette Club is primarily interested in developing a greater appreciation of art in Tampa, thereby becoming a very high cultural element in the city. This year the Club was a very definite foster, not only in the social life but in the community life as well. MEMBERS Bette Garrison Jean Freeland Barbara Lacy Mildred Cronk Mildred Baucom Margaret Havlik Hazel Bryan Andrew Martinez Duane Locke Betty Jane Brownsey Mrs. Kay Wiltso Nancy Marsh Var. Allen Mary Leone Dalia Lora Jeanne HillIi. S ! : FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA BENJAMIN C. GRAHAM CHAPTER Chartered 1942 Sponsor. Dr. Mildred Babcock President..... Vice-President Secretary..... OFFICERS ......................Eleanor Fisk .................Dorothea Mallard ...................Margaret Havlik MEMBERS Maroa Bordt Matthew Aprile Rosalie Mathis Virginia Smith Mary Julia Mena Catherine Bowen Laura Mayor Hazel Bryan Mr3. D. Symmes Mrs. Dorothy Cheatham Betty Faye Cumbie Marie Gibson Clare de Vore Violet Conte Nancy Marsh Lorraine OglesbyGIRLS' DORMITORY CLUB Miss Marcella Hanley, Advisor OFFICERS Ioanna Reck Laura Mayor Aquilia Baker Marlha Jane Coler Elaine Collins Mildred Du Bois Marjorie Do Kinder Eugenia Exum Eleanor Fisk Gladys Ford Belle Garrison .. President Sec.-Treas. MEMBERS Scrah Hale Margaret Havlik Katherine Klcnaris Jayne Lee Mary Lerios Vaudine Mills Mary Catherine Marlin Peggy Mack Gloria Nihcolas Ocelle Onur Dorothy Rankin Virginia Rankin Gloria Stathis Helen Smitzes Lois Sanchez Doris Thompson Jean Varnoll Glenda Miles MISS MARCELLA HANLEY: .. ■ ,1' ■ ii ■ si I. k if' 5’ • . M; ui; n BAPTIST STUDENT UNION FACULTY ADVISOR. MR. REUBEN D. WEBB B. S. U. OFFICERS President................................. First Vice-President.................... Second Vice-President................... Third Vice-President.................... Secretary-Treasurer..................... Publicity Chairman...................... Magazine Chairman....................... . .. Betty Ann Smith .. .Harriet Manning Betty Faye Cumbie .......Hazel Bryan Laura Richards .....Betty Garrison .......Violet Conte Members are composed of all Baptist students in the University Purpose: To achieve a three-fold cooperative enlinkment be- tween the students, the college and the church.METHODIST STUDENT ORGANIZATION Founded 1939 Faculty Advisor Dr. C. H. Laub Purpose: To serve as a connecting link between the University student body and the local churches. OFFICERS .....Marie Gibson Billie Higginbotham . .. Dorothy Jackson ........Glenna Hill Evelyn Jewell Members constitute all students who are Methodists President................ Vice-President.......... Secretary-Treasurer..... Entertainment Chairmenn: President..... Vice-President Secretary..... Treasurer...... Reporter...... OFFICERS ....................Marea Bordt ................Mary Julia Mena ...............Melina Tomasino ...............Margaret Havlik .............Ronnie Constantine Purpose The Nev man Club is a club o( Catholic culture and Catholic fellowship that fosters the spirit- ual, intellectual and social in- terests of Catholic students. MEMBERS Manuel Alvarez, Jr. Frank Comparetto Alice Arias Jennie Cusmano Alex Diaz Louise Fonle Mary Li Calsi Mary C. Martin Rosalind Arce Carmen Palacio Nattie Rodriquez Antoinette Wadsworth Sam Leto Alice Virella Sarah Muniz Mary E. Sierra Leonard Vidal Lorraine Seiler Vivian Guaghaiclo Mary Leone Dalia Lera Andrew Martinez313 MASQUERS 'THE PLAY IS THE THING" Faculty Advisor, Dr. Douglas Angus Flower Violet OFFICERS President.................................................Violet Conte Vice-President..................................Andrew Martinez Secretary-Treasurer.....................................Virginia Smith MEMBERS Billie Higginbotham Rosalie Mathis Betty Jane Chadwick Mildred Cronk Mary Fulton Glenna Hill Evelyn Jewell Joan Burnett Betty Ann Smith Dorothy Cheatham Duane Locke Mary Li Calsi Sarch Muniz Estelle Weeks Catherine CampbellORCHESTRA AND CHORUS Professor Lyman Wiltse, Director CHORUS Barbara Lacy Elizabo'.h Robertson Luciellc Mayor Dorothy Nylandcr Millie Tomasina Mrs. Alberta Simpson Laura Mayor Mildred Du Bois Martha Cornelius Evelyn Jewell Doris Thompson Mary Li Calsi Gladys Ford Ruth Hardy Mimi Ferlita Billie Higginbotham Glenna Hill Rosemary Kendle Peggy Bleumle Mary Jane Lewis Marie Martin Eugenia Exum Hazel Bryan, accompanist Estelle Weeks Mildred Baucom Dorothy Gonzalez, dancer Dorothy James Randy Lansing ORCHESTRA Mrs. Kay Wilt3e Eleanor Fisk Gladys Ford Jean Wiltse Jennie Cusmano Laura Mayor Joyce Wiltse Phyllis Puleo Hazel Bryan Dorothy Nylander Mary Collura Reins Dorothea Mallard Ruth Morgan Evelyn Jewell Martha Cornelius Marjorie De Kinder Doris Thompson 1 ALPHA MU TAU (PROVISIONAL CHAPTER. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA) Colors Red and White Flower Red Rose Chartered 1942; Accepted as provisional chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota, national professional music fraternity, in 1943. Theme; Friendship and Music Advisor, Mrs. Kay Wiltse, Sigma Theta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota OFFICERS President.............................................Dorothea Mallard Vice-President.................................Eleanor A. Fisk Secretary.........................................Laura Mayor » Treasurer..........................................Hazel Bryan Chaplain.................................................Peggy Bleumle Sergeant-at-Arms............................Marjorie De Kinder Patroness Secretary..........................Mrs. A. S. Wakley Billie Higginbotham Ruth Hardy Doris Thompson MEMBERS Dorothy Nylander Glenna Hill Mary Jane Lewis Jennie Cusmar.o Rose Marie Kelly Evelyn Jewell Gladys Fords • ii • i OFFICERS President........................................Marea Bordt Vice-President................................Laura Richards Recording Secretary...........................Josephine Perez Corresponding Secretary..........................Violet Conte Treasurer..............................................Dorothy Jackson Reporter............................................Josephpine RamilALPHA GAMMA SORORITY Left to Right: Rosalind Arce Jennie Cusmano Gloria Franco Betty Ruth Israelson Mary Leone Mary Li Calsi Carmen Palacio Eblin Parks Clorinda Del Rio Not Pictured: Evelyn Jewell Dalia Lera Millie Tomasino i j I iDELTA KAPPA SORORITY Founded 1933 Colors Red and White Chartered 1933 Flowers Red and White Carnations Miss Ruth Bell, Advisor OFFICERS President.....................................Rosalie Mathis Vice-President.............................Dorothea Mallard Recording Secretary...........................Virginia Smith Corresponding Secretary................Mary Catherine Martin Treasurer.....................................Betty GarrisonDELTA KAPPA SORORITY Left to Right, Top to Bottom: Aquilia Baker Peggy Bleumle Catherine Bowen Mildred Du Bois Mary Fulton Bette Garrison Ruth Hardy Margaret Havlik Billie Gray Higginbotham Glenna Hill Jeanne Hill Jayne Lee Mary Jane Lewis Peggy Mack Harriet Manning Nancy Marsh Cynthia Moran Elizabeth Robertson Lois Sanchez Gloria Stathis : i i t i 'SIGMA THETA PHI SORORITY Founded 1934 Colors Blue and Silver Chartered 1934 Flower Red Rose Miss Charlotte Thompson. Advisor President.................... Vice-President............... Secretary.................... Treasurer.................. Pan Hellenic Representative .. . Lorraine Oglesby Ronnie Constantine Betty Faye Cumbie ......Eleanor Fisk .... Marie GibsonSIGMA THETA PHI SORORITY Alice Arias Mildred Baucom Clara Ann Bittman Betty Jane Brownsoy Laura Mayor Gladys Ford Jean Freeland Mario Gibson Martha Jane Colcr Virginia Rankin Bobbie Lacy Dottie Gonzalez Dot Rankin Mary Julia Mena Doris Thompson Marjorie De Kinder « Not pitcured: Betty Jane Chadwick» ' i 3 •y. i Founded 1944 Chartered 1944 Advisor—Mr. Jesse L. Keene OFFICERS Duane Locke............................................President Eugene Smith......................................Vice-President Andrew Martinez........................................Secretary Mathew Aprile..................... ....................Treasurer DE SOTO CLUB Purpose: To promote cultural and social relationships of the male students of the University of TampaDE SOTO BOYS' CLUB MEMBERS Manuel Alvarez Charlie Cuervo John Kershaw Sam Leto Edward Hall Raymond Younqlovo Thodore Rcos Carol Slayton Frank Comparcito Net pictured: Allred Dexter. Billy Hood. Spencer Bokor, Ferdic Pacheco. John Ranon, James VidalWHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Dorothea Mallard Catherine Bowen Virginia Smith Lorraine Oglesby Rosalie Mathis DEAN'S LIST First Semester—1944-1945 Name Hours Quality Points Quality Quotient Name Hours Quality Points Quality Quotient Eordt, Marea .. 17 48 2.82 Martin. Mary Catherine.. .... 16 42 2.62 Bryan. Hazel .. 19V S3 Vi 2.74 Martinez, Andrew ... 15 42 280 Fulton, Mary O .. 16 42 2.62 Mathis. Rosalie .... 16 42 262 Garrison, fiolte . 19 SI 2.68 Mayor. Laura Harriet ... ... 16 44 2 75 Kelly, Rose Marie . 18 51 2.83 Smith Betty Anno .19 53 273 Lee, Nancy Jayne .. 15 39 2.60 Smith, Virginia .... 17 44 259 Mallard, Dorothea .. 16 40 2.50 V iltse, Kathleen .... 19 53 2.73 The following students' qualify quotient cannot be determined because of delay in final grade due to illness of instructor and incomploto. SIMPSON. MRS. ALBERTA DE VORE, CLAIR1 BEAUTY SECTION BETTE GARRISON Sonior Class GLORIA STATHIS Sophomore Class ALICE ARIAS Junior Class BILLIE GRAY HIGGINBOTHAM Freshman Class Deer Editor: It has been the pleasure of the officers of Plant Park Replace- ment Center to choose class representatives in the Beauty Section of your annual. This was done only after much consideration and speculation, as all the pictures submitted to us were worthy of such display. We pass our judgment on to you with every good wish for a successful yearbook. Yours very truly, PLANT PARK REPLACEMENT CENTER.BEAUTY SECTION MARY CATHERINE MARTIN Senior Class DOROTHY GONZALEZ Sophomore Class JAYNE LEE Junior Class BARBARA LACY Freshman Class itODDS N' ENDSEach year, a number of students are selected to become a part of the University Hall of Fame, to be remembered in later years for the outstanding achievement they have obtained in making the Uni- versity a better one. To them we pay tribute, for their treasured leadership.BETTY GARRISONDOROTHEA MALLARDLORRAINE OGLESBYHIIWS VINIOHIA .LLL ik i KUttfc 4t|fl) 1 0 BASKETBALLMINOR SPORTS INTRAMURALS INTBAMUHALS MGBS. 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