St. Philip's Tiger (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 4, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 17, 1970 Page: 4 of 4
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March 17, 1970
INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL RESULTS
2-25-70 Bombers 50, Chargers
2-26-70 Bullets 41, Sonics 21
Atomics 58, Rockets 32
2- 27-70 Jets 42, Missiles 49
3- 2-70 Bombers 52, Sonics 48
3- 3-70 Chargers 39, Rockets 31
♦Bullets (0), Missiles (2)
59 3- 4-70 Atomics 56, Jets 46
3- 5-70 Bombers 22, Rockets 28
Sonics 44, Missiles 72
3- 6-70 Chargers 30, Jets 36
3- 9-70 Bombers 55, Missiles 70
3-10-70 Atomics 75, Bullets 21
St. Philip's will have an Open House on March 18th, in keeping with
Technical-Vocational Day, as proclaimed by Governor Smith of Texas.
All of the technical shops will be open for visitors, as well as the build-
ings on campus.
An invitation to visit the campus and inspect our facilities has been
extended by Dean Murphy to all students, parents, guests and prospec-
tive St. Philip's students.
PLEASE GIVE students for biafran relief
P.O. Box 5I6
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, Ind. 46556
THE WAR IS OVER
WITH NOTHING TO EAT
The St. Philip’s Track Team
will participate in the San Ja-
cinto Relays, in Houston, on
March 21. This is the team’s
first meet ocf the 1970 season.
The events which will com-
prise the meet will include: one
mile relay; one mile run; 100
yard dash, 220 yard dash, 440
yard dash, 880 yard dash;440
yard relay, 880 yard relay;
sprint medley relay, distant
medley; 120 yard high hurdle.
All of the events will take
place on San Jacinto’s newly
installed grass-tex track, an ar-
tificial surface which is intend-
ed to facilitate the events and
solve problems of wet tracks
caused by inclement weather
Other schools taking part in
this meet will be: San Jacinto,
Blinn College, Wharton College,
Temple College, Henderson Col-
lege and the College of the
iSt. Philip’s team will also
participate in track meets on
April 3 at Blinn College, Bren-
ham, Texas; April 10 at South
Zone Meet, also in Brenham;
April 16 in the Conference Meet
at Ranger Junior College.
Students interested in join-
ing the newspaper staff for the
school year 1970-71 are invited
to the next staff meeting.
If the school is to have a
newspaper next year, a new
staff and a new editor must be
recruited from among the stu-
dent body, to replace the present
staff members who will be grad-
uating in May.
An announcement of the next
staff meeting will be posted on
the school’s bulletin boards.
The Lampodos Club of Psi
Alpha Chapter are having an
Easter Dance at the Convention
Center in the Mission Room.
The dance will be on March 27,
1970, from 8 P.M. to 12 P.M.
Music will be by Mickey and
the Soul Generation. Prices are:
$1.25 pre-sale and $1.50 at the
There could be a “brand new you” today! One of the smartest
moves you could make to get the “new you” into motion is to invest
in a new suit. Look for ones with either little short jackets or ’’longish”
ones — nothing in-between if you want to look “new.” Watch for the
below-the-knee skirt, too — most exciting when met by boots.
The one thing the “new you” can not do without is a little white
t shirt to wear under all your lightweight jackets. Have one with or
without “ribs”, and with a buttoned front. It’s an absolute essential and
can do more to make the suits you already own look newer than al-
most anything else this spring.
The next thing to have is at least one toast-colored accessory — a
toast suede pouch, a long scarf to bow-tie, even toast colored legs, and
especially a toast belt.
The shoes to wear with all your suits have a wonderful mixture of
textures: open-weave straw, smooth leather — and they will look “snap-
pier” when you team them with a buttery-soft suede bag.
During the earlier part of the year the “now thing” was to wear
long scarves flowing around your neck. However, the latest “now thing”
is wearing that scarf tied into a big bow — big soft bow-tied scarves
worn under the chin. A suit that would look sensational with the “now”
big bowed scarf is a skinny long jacket and below-the-knee skirt, with
boots coming right up to meet the skirt. The suit is worn with its own
Also “now” for spring is the two-piece dress, which resembles a
long t-shirt. One such dress might be a crunchy-textured knit in a pale
plaid. It has snug short sleeves, a V-neck and its own matching cardigan
sweater. To make this dress really look super, wear with it some deep-
toned panty-hose and the “now” platform-oxfords.
To compliment the “now” suit, dress and shoes, you’ll find the
“now’ pull-strapped bag or the schoolbag-bag. This has one long center
strap, either pulled tight around the middle or left long to sling over
the shoulder. Texture is big news here, also. Smooth canvas bound
bags, with strips of shiny leather, or nubby linen, like the black and
white top-gathered bag, are most appropriate.
With all the new “now” things you will surely be putting on a
“brand new you” look this spring. This is not the end of the “now”,
it is just the beginning, and we will let you know more about the begin-
ning before it ends!
by Theo & Bren
PRAYER OF THE IRISH
May the road rise up to meet you,
May the wind be always at your
May the sun shine warm upon
The rains fall soft upon your
And, until we meet again,
May God hold you in the palm
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New technical-vocational building takes shape.
Opinions expressed in The Tiger are those of the editors and
the staff, and not necessarily those of the college.
Editor .................................................................................. Raul Galindo
Art ...................................................................................... Thomas Hiltz
Staff .... ..................... Theresa Salinas, Manuel Flores,
Frank Jasso, Jesse Gonzales, Howard Wolf
Sports ..................................................................................... Harold Baker
Faculty Advisor .................................................... Mrs. D. R. Samson
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St. Philip's Tiger (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 4, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 17, 1970, newspaper, March 17, 1970; San Antonio, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth648633/m1/4/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting St. Philips College.