The St. Philip's Tiger Growl (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 2, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 5, 1969 Page: 4 of 4
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March 5, 1969
A Dashing Group
Track season is here again and
the Tigers are preparing for their
first meet on March 1st.
Although we lost most of our
boys through graduation, the
team will be composed of 9
Freshmen and 2 returning Let-
The returning Lettermen are
Dick Garrett and Willie Mulky.
Mulky is a 1967 graduate from
Highlands High School. He will
be on the 440 yard dash relay,
land will also run the 100 yard
dash. Garrett, a graduate from
Wheatley High School, will run
the sprint relay.
The promising Freshmen are
John Briscoe, Warren Inman,
Olester Burnley, Michael Ed-
wards, Bernard Johnson, Lonnie
Johnson, Vincent Miller, Aaron
Waiters and Wimpson Washing-
Briscoe is from Port Arthur,
Texas. He will run the 440 yard
dash. In high school, he ran a
.490 flat quarter in this field.
Inman is from Seguin, Texas and
a graduate of Ball High where
he ran the 100 and 220 yard
dash. Burnley ran the 100 yard
dash in 9.9 record while in high
school. Edwards ran the 440 yard
dash and ran a leg on the mile
Irelay. B. Johnson, a Wheatley
ex-football star, will also run the
sprints. Miller, an Anderson High
graduate from Austin, will be a
dash man. Wimpson Washington
from Huntsville, Texas will run
the 220 yard dash and Waiters,
a Highland High Broad Jumper,
will complete the promising
To Be Elected
In accordance with Amend-
ment I of the Constitution of the
Student Government, the election
of student council officers for
1969-70 by the entire student body
will take place on March 18.
Those students wishing to run
for one of these offices must
comply with the regulations as
stated in Article II, section 3 of
the constitution, which reads:
“All members of the Student
Council must be in good standing
in the college. The elected of-
ficials must have and maintain a
“C” average in a minimum of
fifteen semester hours of work
at St. Philip’s College.”
In addition, the candidates are
further required to submit a peti-
tion signed by at least fifty full-
time students who support that
particular candidate. This peti-
tion, along with a copy of the
candidate’s platform, are to be
presented to the Student Council
on or before Tuesday, March 11.
Those students who sign one
petition may not sign any other,
for their signature can only be
counted as valid for the first peti-
tion signed by them. However,
signing a petition does not obli-
gate the student to vote for that
particular candidate. At the final
election he may vote for any
candidate he chooses.
The highlight of the campaigns
will be a student political rally
to be held in the collegiate audi-
torium on March 12. All students
who have fulfilled the previously
stated requirements will partici-
pate in this campaign.
For further information or
clarification, contact one of the
Student Council officers.
St. Philip’s College 1969 Track Schedule
March 1—2:00 p.m. _______________________________SAC Invitational
March 6, 7, 8___________________________________________Border Olympics
March 15 ________________.________________-________________Temple Relays
March 22_________________.___________________San Jacinto Relays
April 5_________________________________________Fort Sam Houston Relays
San Antonio, Texas
April 11 _____________________________________________AM Relays, Texas A&M
College Station, Texas
April 16 ________________________________________________South Zone Track Meet
April 26______________________..._________________________Conference Track Meet
San Jacinto College
March Fine Arts Events at Trinity U.
March 2-21—AN EXHIBIT by Jean Milburn and Susan Mat-
tison, senior students. No Charge. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily; 1 to 5 p.m.
Sundays. Ruth Taylor Music Center Gallery—Foyer.
March 2-31—AN ART EXHIBIT BY REGINALD ROWE. San
Antonio artist to be honored with reception at 4 p.m. March 2.
Drawings, paintings and sculpture will be shown. No Charge. Daily
and performance nights. Ruth Taylor Theater Galleries.
March 4—A RECITAL BY DUCHEIN CAZEDESSUS, PIANIST.
Performer is head of the piano department at Louisiana Polytechnic
Institute in Ruston, Louisiana. Performance to include works by
Mendelssohn, Schubert, Brahms, and Schumann. No charge. 8 p.m.,
Ruth Taylor Music Center Concert Hall.
March 6, 7. 17-19, 22—A SHAKESPEAREAN FESTIVAL: “THE
TAMING OF THE SHREW.” Performed by actors from the Trinity-
affiiiated Dallas Theatre Center Box office: 736-4141, ext. 318.
8 p.m., Ruth Taylor Theater, Theater One.
March 7—COLLEGIUM MUSICUM. A program of Latin Ameri-
can colonial music, performed by voice and instruments, and
narrated by Assistant Professor Gerald Benjamin. In conjunction
with Trinity Centennial Conference on Latin American Studies.
Performance will feature Evan Thomas, Sears-Roebuck Founda-
tion Affiliate Artist at Trinity University, who is a tenor with the
Metropolitan Opera Studio. No charge. 8:30 p.m., Chapman Graduate
Center, Great Hall.
March 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 19-22—A SHAKESPEAREAN
FESTIVAL: MACBETH. Modern allusions and techniques in cos-
tuming, lighting and sound. Actors from Dallas Theater Center.
Matinees March 8, 10, 13, 14, 17, 19. Box office: 736-4141, ext. 318.
8 p.m., Ruth Taylor Theater, Theater One.
March 12-15, 18-20— ONE ACT PLAYS. Box office: 736-4141,
ext. 318. 8:15 p.m., Ruth Taylor Theater, Attic Two.
March 15—A BAND CONCERT. As part of Trinity’s Parents
Weekend. No charge. 10 a.m., Earl C. Sams Memorial Center.
March 16 — A RECITAL BY DAVID APPLEBY, PIANIST.
Appleby, pianist and musicologist, is professor of music and artist-
in-residence at Houston Baptist College. Compositions by Villa-
Lobos, Schubert, Brahms, Avinger and Ravel. No charge. 8 p.m.,
Ruth Taylor Music Center, Concert Hall.
March 18—A STUDENT VOICE RECITAL BY IRENE RODRI-
GUEZ. Program to include works by Mozart, Poulenc, Paulin,
Debussy, Verdi, Ginastera, Montsalvatge, Obradors, and Bernstein.
No charge. 8 p.m., Ruth Taylor Music Center, Concert Hall.
March 20 — A STUDENT PIANO RECITAL BY WILLIAM
WELLS. Compositions by Bach, Beethoven, Gershwin, and Chopin.
No charge. 8 p.m., Ruth Taylor Music Center, Concert Hall.
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Charles Summer Duke was
born July 21, 1879 in Selma, Ala-
bama. He was educated at How-
ard University, Chicago Art Insti-
tute, and the University of Wis-
His service as an engineer has
been with the Pennsylvania Rail-
road ,the Missouri Pacific, Chi-
cago and Northwestern and with
George W. Jackson, Incorporat-
ed, tunnel builders. He served
as special representative and
expert for that company during
the investigation by the munici-
pality of Contractor’s Work.
He was designing engineer in
the Bridge Division of the City
of Chicago, for the local Trans-
portation Commission of Chi-
cago. In 1921, he was appointed
member of the Chicago Zoning
By examination, he was com-
missioned a structural engineer
under the laws of the State of
The Annual Texas Junior Col-
lege Student Council Association
Convention wilr be held at Cen-
tral Junior College in Killeen,
Texas on March 27, 28 and 29. Of
all the sections represented at the
convention, the schools which
comprise the South West Section
have traditionally been the most
active. Leading this section as
the two most powerful schools
are St. Philip’s and San Antonio
St. Philip’s is sending ten stu-
dent representatives to the con-
ventioni this year. They will be:
Ralph Miles, President of Student
Council; Stella Ramos, Vice-
President; Theolia Michaux, Sec-
retary-Treasurer; Brenda Quin-
nie; Larry Davis; Danny Mason;
Audrey Perkins, and the newly
elected president, vice-president
and treasurer of Student Council.
At. St. Philip’s
The San Antonio Express and
Evening News Paper has recently
started a daily news article fea-
turing beautiful young ladies who
Providing for a college educa-
tion is not an easy thing to do.
So, to make financial loads
lighter for students, scholarships
for tuition have been arranged
on campus. They are the Taylor
Educational Trust, Valedictorian
Scholarship, Bowden Scholarship
Fund and the Myra Stafford
Pryor Charitable Trust.
Under the conditions of the
Taylor Educational Trust, the
trustees (the President of the
Board of Trustees, the President
of the College and the Dean
Emeritus) award several scholar-
ships and tuition loans to worthy
high school graduates who are in
need of financial help in con-
tinuing studies at St. Philip’s.
The Valedictorian Scholarship
is a full-tuition scholarship for
one academic year awarded to
each valedictorian from an ac
credited Texas high school on
the list sent out by the Texas
Bowden Scholarship awards
are made to students on the basis
of economic needs. Trustees of
this fund make tuition grants
based on the recommendation of
a faculty scholarship committee
and the confirmation of the Dean.
The Myra Stafford Pryor
Charitable Trust awards funds to
a few highly qualified and needy
students. If the recipient of this
scholarship is not averaging “B’'
or better for any semester, he or
she loses the scholarship.
All scholarships are to be re-
newed each semester with the
exception of the Valedictorian
Scholarship, which is renewed
yearly. Students will be placed
on scholarship probation if they
do not maintain the minimum
average of C or a grade-point
average of 1.00.
reside in the local area. Each
article has a picture of a young
lady with a short biographical
sketch. The ladies featured in this
article are randomly selected by
roving news photographers who
recognize their photogenic quali-
ties. St. Philip’s College is not to
be outdone when it comes to
beautiful young ladies, since six
of our co-eds have been recog-
nized by this news feature. So far
two St. Philip’s co-eds have been
featured, Linda Smith and Helen
Trembles, and the remaining
four, Theolia Michaux, Charleset-
ta Orise, Brenda Quinnie and
Massey Sue, will be featured.
On KITE fm . . . 104.5 me . . . every
night at 11 until 1—from 10 on
Saturdays. It’s the “NOW” Sound.
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