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The New Eckerd Times
Volume I — St. Petersburg, Florida
1 Andrew Delany
2 Tad Hershorn
3 Robert Demarest
4 David Littell
5 David Hartman
6 David Ord
7 George Clemen
8 Prof. Hodgell
9 Earle Newman
10 Mark Monroe
11 John Keeton
12 Bill Hamilton
13 Thomas Armstrong
14 John Knight
15 Ruth McKay
16 Robin Harrover
17 Greg Carlsten
18 Jennie Williams
19 Lisa Wemett
To Jack Eckerd, for believing in our dreams.
"The house has a bed with a canopy upheld by copper
birds and daisies ..."
"You may think Vm blind, but Tin not. I know what you do and what you
"Sst! Little white Mistress Shoemaker, like the heart of an almond — but a little bit bitter, too. Little Mistress Shoemaker — burning
golden reed — Little Mistress Shoemaker, beautiful temptress of my heart."
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The Creative Arts Collegium
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Dr. H. Genz
1 Dr. Parsons
1 Dr. Johnston
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Dr. A. Johnson
Dr. Hatala and Dr. Foster 7
to: Project '73
from: Jim Earle
A Story For Committees (moral is included)
Once upon a time there was a little frog. Now this frog was fairly happy, but one
day some big frogs said, "Psst, buddy, we have an offer you can't refuse." And of
course the little frog, who was also fairly smart for being a little frog, didn't refuse.
Anyway they put him in a room and told him that if he could hop to the opposite wall
of the room, he could have all the riches of the frog-kingdom.
I Dr. Crane
The only rule was that out of politeness the little frog could only hop half of each
remaining distance (after all the room wasn't very big). "Well", thought the little
frog slyly, "this'll be a breeze." The first hop took him halfway to the wall, but the
next hop although bringing him still closer to the wall, introduced to the little frog,
who was also fairly naive,
the idea of diminishing returns. So by the 31st hop the frog was very, very, close
to the wall yet was really not getting any closer with the incredibly minute hops
at this stage. By the 93rd hop (really it was a flinch) the little frog was so tired
that he just collapsed, and sure enough he fell right into the wall!
The moral of this is that just when you're the tiredest of not getting
anywhere, sure enough you'll bump into a wall!
Ms. Calhoun, Dr. Block and Mr. Smout
Ms. Shirly Smith
THE MERMAID SHOW AT WEBB CITY
The mermaids all died from old age
or maybe they worked them to death
(you know show business)
so they stuffed them and put them into a display window
surrounded by seashells and coral,
with a recording of their famous song
that lured sailors to the bottom.
It is the biggest attraction
this side of Weekeewatchee
with their rival mermaids, still alive
and luring not sailors but tourists now,
much as they go for sailors
but there aren't anymore sailors.
Where did the sailors disappear to,
hanging around town in their snug outfits
with nothing to do but open for suggestion.
All they wanted was a good time
and all we wanted was for them to have it.
Sailors being as rare as mermaids these days
Webb City ought to have a sailor show.
Of course they don't have seductive breasts and tails
but they do have tight bulgy pants and a loose gait
that says, I'll do anything you want,
and. Hi folks, enjoy your vacation.
Perhaps the mermaids died
because they sang and no sailors came.
I could understand that very well,
it being the universal predicament
that nobody comes, answering the soul's longing.
Poor mermaids, nobody comes to the mermaid show anymore.
It is all dusty and the record is scratched.
What say we go and kidnap the mermaids
and bring them back to the sea
where they were captured long ago:
Instead of luring anybody, they were lured, the sillies,
and ended up in showbusiness.
Brothers and sisters, let's liberate the mermaids of Webb City
and give them a sea burial,
chanting and scattering flowers on the water,
for the happy ending all mermaids long for:
Turning to sea foam.
Cindy Orrell and Renee Gabriel
John Burton 2
GInny Mitchell and Deborah Skinner
Paul Lytle and Jane Bierman
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Zandy McCloud 3
Charles Hogle, Madelaine Chapman
Sam McGinnis 4
Doug Franz 9
far left: Larry Rowland, Linda Davis
left: Noel Julenes
below: Michael Granahan
Harriet Huss, Elmer Unruh
Alex Pascual . . . "Amigo"
12 Dave Berger
' Dave Bassett
9 Steven Stambaugh
I Michaele Cozzi
Jack Rowland i
John Stewart i
Andrew Patric Delany i
1 Anne Copeland
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Jenny Bevins i
Lisa Wemett i
Clyde Mckenney and Judy 7
Gordon West 7
Wendy Hasty 7
Compliments of a friend of tlie College.
W. D. Bach
Dr. & Mrs. Roy B. Connor
Mr. & Mrs. Woodbury Ransom
Mr. Henry Coleman
Sarah Louise Halmi
Ross E. Wilson
Mr. & Mrs. A. T. Clemen
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