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The New Eckerd Times 

Volume I — St. Petersburg, Florida 





Photography Credits 



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 



Editors 



Tad Hershorn 
Andrew Delany 
Kat Kooker 
Tracy Karrer 
George Clemen 




To Jack Eckerd, for believing in our dreams. 
The Editors 





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to: Project '73 
from: Jim Earle 
re: frogs 



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. 




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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, 



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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! 




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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. 

Edward Field 





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Bill Hamilton 




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Tom Coleman 



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Hank Kennedy 



Pat McGee 






Bill WIegand 



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Judy Meeter 




Paul Lytle and Jane Bierman 




David Ord 





Mike Conover 



Katie Tyler 




Eva Jennings 



Holly Oleson 




Byron Wilder 



Lynda Corcoran 






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Steve Smith 



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Jim Jordan 



Jon Volkwein 



Anne Copeland 







Beverly Morgan 



Nancy Weed 



Joyce Samson 




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Harriet Huss, Elmer Unruh 





Barbara Scott 



Alex Pascual . . . "Amigo" 




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Bruce McCulley 



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Rick Fallon 





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Louis Young 



Laura Green 



Jackie Bouter 





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Susan Pummill 






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Ignacio Larrinna 



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Bruce Lindsay 



Tom Nicholson 



Sara Mitchell 



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Clyde Mckenney and Judy 7 




Paul Reltz 



Alan Hill 





Gordon West 7 



Elaine Hall 





Barbara Paulson 



Wendy Hasty 7 





Compliments of a friend of tlie College. 



Patrons 



W. D. Bach 

Dr. & Mrs. Roy B. Connor 

Mr. & Mrs. Woodbury Ransom 

Mr. Henry Coleman 

Benjamin Perry 

Sarah Louise Halmi 

Daisy Douglas 

Ross E. Wilson 

Mr. & Mrs. A. T. Clemen 





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the culinary world, one that we wear with great pride because 
it was awarded to us by a discerning faculty — our patrons! 






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Best Wishes to the Class of 1973 Charles & Naaean McArthur 




Compliments of Milton Roy Company 



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Congratulations and 

Best Wishes to tine 

Graduating Class 

Dr. Arnold B. Poole 
Trustee 




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