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Alpine Sul Ross Skyline Newspaper Archives Apr 20 1927, Page 1

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Alpine Sul Ross Skyline (Newspaper) - April 20, 1927, Alpine, Texas Sul Ross Skyline published the students f the sul Hoss state teachers College Alpine Texas wednesday. Al Kun so a Fol volume in it >1 r win Al i Iii let i i num Bei 12el paso and fort Stockton win District meet Border City representatives win in track and boys Tennis Al paso i Ann i Brough to Wilt tilt inter Tea s us t i lipid in Alp in tour slav Sliday and saturday Hgt a Lead of 2n Pointe. Seven Hooks a a min let a a Iii the meet which was a ii of the im�-1 successful Ever held in Alpine. Everything worked smoothly. And la occasion wan enjoyed every one attending. To Ltd m Vav District records were set i Smith of Alpine threw the discus is i it 2 inches Mckenzie jump it i eel inches Iii the High jump. The events darted thursday evening Wanh the Tennis preliminaries 1 he finals were played Friday and saturday. The Field events were run off of saturday. The High wind was partly to blame for some of the slow time mad in some of the dashes. Yet lev and Vick of Al paso Wert the out handing men. The final scores were a it follows. Al i a Aso. 64 Points. Fort Stockton. So Points Marfa. In Points. Pecos lit Points. Alpine la Points. Fort Hancock 4 Points Yalta i Points. Marathon i Point. 120 High hurdles i Veck Al paso 2. Magruder i. Al Pas Casebeer. It. Stockton. Tim 2&Quot a conds. 120 Yard dash i. Will key Al paso 2. Tolbert. Al Pas i. Reeves it Hancock t. Rooney. It Stock ton. Time to 1-5 seconds Sun Yard dash i. Carson Pecos 2 King Ysleta Dyer. Al paso 1 Magruder a. Al paso Tim 2 minutes is 1-5 seconds 220 hurdles i a it k Al paso 2, Treadwell Aline Odom it. Stockton 4 Magruder it Ial paso. Time 2� 2-5 seconds 140 Yard dash i. Tolbert. Al paso 2, Hinton. It Stockton. 2, Weaver. Al paso. T. Cowan. Pecos. Time 59 seconds. 220 Yard dash i Wilkes Al paso 2, Morrison Pecos 2. Reeve. It. Hancock 4. Navarette Al Pas time 22 4-5 seconds. Mile i Magruder , Al in Uso 1, Coleman Al paso 3, Dennett. Marfa 4, Moody it. Stockton time. A a 1-5 seconds. Relay first Al paso Weaver Navarette Magruder w. It. Wilkey a on Pecos third. Ai i ii. Fourth Ysleta. Pole vault i. Kilpatrick. Marfa Wilkerson it. Stockton 2. Or a in Al paso 4, Thomas it Stock in height to feet 9 inches. 12 i let. Shot put i Knight mar a. 2, Neugebauer Al paso 2. Ski Angton. Alpine 4, Odom it. Stockton. Distance 26 feet to inches. Discus throw i Smith Alpine. Kilpatrick. Marfa 2, Knight Marfa 4, Roberts. Alpine. Distance feet 2 inches. High jump Mckenzie. It. Stockton 2, Herron paso 3, Collie Pecos 4. Worthington. Marathon height 5 feet 9 inches. Broad jump i Morrison. Pecos 2. Will key Elpaso 3, Tolbert. Al 4. Mckenzie. It. Stockton. Distance 19 feet i Inch. Javelin throw i minion. It. Stockton 2, Gilkerson it. Stock uti 3. Mckenzie it. Stockton 4, k Patrick. Marfa distance 128 a c. R Tennis boys doubles i. Georg found ii Galley Waves governor of Chihuahua Lei s make a Joy full show enlarged opportunities eur she bulletins containing v in r mat Ion concerning thumm Quot is Ion of 1927 and announce a appear on Campus Given unusual Welcome for the fall Tern a now being i i a i tribute the office. i Tor the lir to half of the Slimmer sen it Ion begin i nit 7. And for it it a a Joii l half. July in Sui Ross will offer during the coming Slimmer term More advanced i Coil St than have been offered due and previous summer session. I j will i possible Tor one to obtain Hist 1 Degre with any Ole of Hie Fol i lowing objects As majors i dog a cation English la is tory Industrial k d u c a t t i o ii. Mathematics or Spanish. Every 1 part sent in the College to Oil ring the maximum nut uber of courses and special work May be done in the .1-payments a i Commerce drawing. I Library music and pull spick lug. Another up Iii i Fatur of Sui to is the training school which will be operated on the following plan tie first and fourth grades w ill be taught during Tho first six weeks i Sec on and fifth grades during the Ond six weeks. Iii assigning places for the Slimmer Hesston in this do Par intent preference will he Given to children who failed or made unusually Low grades luring the Winti term. It will he a to interest to prospective students a a it know that there have been some changes made in tile col leg faculty two instructors who have tie to studying this year at the University of Texas or Molly c Moat right. Associate professor of English and or a Gilley Dean of men into professor of mat beat is. Will resume their work in Sui Hoss. There will also lie several new members mrs Molly Moat right and miss Ruth la Kennedy will instruct in tile department of modern languages and miss Corinne Nash will be the new critic teacher and assistant in education Tor the sub College the summer catalogue contains la that is necessary tot the student who is cont plut ing at-1 tiding Sui Ross during the summer. Besides the regular catalogue of courses a variety of unique views Are shown which give an idea of the recreational opportunities offered the College and the natural Beauty surrounding Alpine i ii i Lith Bort cd a ter. I a la onto to parian Dorin his middles a till a i it a a 11 i ii it Day. Prit la t to ult nets agreed to Call then cd Che Gill v slav a tin t in. Til. T n smite Oci a ions is sit noir r. Nhy realist it Tovery news Tibet w 1 or. W. Selected from about a zen doors thai her re principal us Jet t for i Van the news Art Iii the Roll twin program a As Gin n Hilt i news min an to of the Houri it news Johnn Weyers rite struck to i news \ r 11 it in Ellen Murray rile const in t Ion a ii Good new article wits discussed at length an m Ine copy which Hail been Silb Mit i a i was it d to illustrate Points Brough out in the discussion the program Toni Nittle an Noim ted that the general subject to b consider a the to a meeting would a a the fundamental of editorial writing. The members Wen urged a undertake att editorial tilt tiring i to the to Ting for purpose of Iii i \ i i Mill of t to and it the h the. Ared a ii to hit Lim. La at Compo a lit secret at .1 the body in Der pin v it noon i or de Cho to to of vacation Border at i a i a Milo icy for the ii Jolt r nor and ii is i it travelling log nit sound lilt Brand has Goni Iii priss Pecos co. win in declamation essay and debate la i. The their Atli were quite id. Tit it i Iii idiocy to rat of sell gov to hang of Alpine i the gum Ajita at an i tit Broll t Heeria com o. Lit Pard alar that Ucon led prof of gov Moi i 926 git i ii lid Day s tile t v it accompanied the Midnight borrowing of bluffing of til it tvs Slot Lobos drop two big Gaines to s. P. Team collegiate make Good showing in contests with team of Veteran player who wished momentary privacy from it in ii discussion hut computations appeared the Herder a mini a acted in a most unusual manner they insisted that the Hovel tir be taken into custody Milt this was not the Ell of the Matt the malicious disregard of the stat party continued the Border patrolmen left about to of lock Mon a Las afternoon with the governor and i party for Marfa the reception Given tin governor at Marfa i a vet. Unknown Graves to resume duties at Sui Ross of Mil Hove i it to of a join a burning out. The. P Vav i it it -. A nil i to Dummy cd Hor hit. Limie to. I it at Iii Book would probably be Tor distribution about May 2&Quot la stated further that the annual o. Till year will probably in the Best Balun d and most attractive arranged a it a that a been published Sui Roth 1 927 Brand i liter v Ell ii. Or High t lit of i lie la of til Hula to i in a Pitt entail is school Cap a out Mot n 11 Ella m i i is v lit a Cangui apr Trout for tired first Cost. 1 to have in literary it District it con it Aud l6 to ton honors in to thirty four on i 192 Itow ii Ink. Page larger that til 6 Ivory Pap i and Dat k just a w. I t used it last changes in College football rules considered the Hulett committee on football have recommended several changes in the 1927 Rule Book. These changes a marked in order to eliminate Chance and at the same time to create a More open style of football. As everyone remembers the Navy lost their Chance for National football honors when they allowed two fumbled punts to Cross their goal the army came from behind to tie Ute score at 21 All. As tilt result of a fumbled punt Alabama recovered the Fumble and ran to within so eral Yards of tit goal with ii was crossed As a result of the error. To do away with this Hazard the rules committee says a the kicking Side cannot run w till a fumbled kick x Rcpt Oil a kick of on a free kick. Or from a the kicking Side May recover a fumbled punt. Hut any May recover and Advance a fumbled kick to Uco Urago an open Sty i of play the football committee made last Friday and saturday were big Days for the sporting group in to pin. The Southern Pacific team Utel paso Iii a Iii for two Day Romp int when they saw the Lobos in action opinions changed like fish milk the Lobos although Olayim against a league team made a Spoleti Nill showing they garnered a a a. Hits off the big Pitcher to score two runs the first game went to s i 2- t he is cond 3-7. S. Atom who Start 1 the first Gam Tor the railroaders is a form a Lineal league player he held tie Lobos score less nut to the seventh it hero then took the Mound to the visitors and was greeted w t five solid blows. The big inning came in the eighth w Hen Dowler a line drive took a Bud hop Ami went for a single. Starns Pinch hitter for Withers tripled to right scoring Dowler. Martin pop Ped to a second. Bingham hit a in it lice Fly to Center to score Starnes thus making the second out. Leu so doubled to left Alford singled to Tinter lease stopping at third under Wood then went in for the Hail readers and noun ally flew t Center to end the rally. Alford was the Star player of the vial annual a tis. In tin years ill the binding of the Book will be of sex client Quill with i covet that entire surpass in Beauty of de-1gti Lins of a to. Annuals it file pre Lull veal ill cover will lie of a Lark Brown to barn Mize with the. Type of paper and Ink use the Tii tit carried throughout tie Book emphasizes the Cowboy idea All division Marker a Well As the i order i in Wen drawn i it Jam Swann the tilt artist no commit ital Stock a being employ in the for part of tile honk. The View a til in i made up id Light Page it a it isl ii of lit Iii Pill lug rounding a Omitt it tin St it into is tile but that Ila a i Rod tit 1. The n Art wer ii a Page hut t Ai i Page t tin or Nap to i \. I Lull i naps to 111 Ai t i v coach b. C. Graves a ouch i grave organized i lie game. He went Back of second re a first football squad at Sui Ross in two a Texas leagues Quot that looked tin fall of 1923, amt in less than like clean hits. He also stopped hard three years he developed a team that grounders behind third that Wen headed for the pea Patch ii d win Cound Al paso2, Skevington Arni Kelly Alpine 3, Collie p,.y cannot Advance with it. Murray Pecos. Member of the receiving Aid boys singles i George found. Al paso 2, Skevington. Alpine 3. C mile Pecos girls doubles i met Rae Ken Anil a Jas ruling a a Fumble made the Raetzch. Marfa 2, love and Prewit pm a. In Possession of the bail on a Pecos 3. Lunin is and Crowell Elpaso. Girls singles i Collins Toyah 2. Carter Alpine 3. Neill. Valentine backward or lateral pass is to be declared dead the Thi Rule will entourage Many teams to make several passes behind the line of scrimmage. Martin and Mozart composed the Battery for the Lobos. These nun were very effective against the to it clubs. Martin had perfect cont Rota in spit of a few errors held the visitors to a Tow score. Mozart a i a perfect Day la did not Mak an i or. An pegged second for Pri put outs on attempted Tea s the visitors Battery was mad tip it a St Aton Karn to and under woe i t tin Mound position with it a -1 it behind the but Scot inning first s i too 200 i Quot Lobos in of Quot 2 second game Dow i Felt in Mound Quot a girl rth Lobos Iii the second i a was effective in the Pinch no to Rous error a to a to him. In most of the visitor it a to a r f ii Vav a s on t he rect i v ii. And Young started of uth i Hor he was chased to the showers in the fifth when the Lobo cd the i let for seven a to of Titre attracted state wide attention ii will re to in to Sui to about three Wink before la opening of the fall term with a new gymnasium As mired a1 Wilt the additional training w Hie i he is receiving at Stanford. Ii will he Able to put on a rial program of physical education for men til tall training amp w ill open vat Ems r in with Iii exception i Wood and Murdock who grail at Iii june. It i expected the i All of til 1926 Quad will return to Sui a i i next a a. Tith 192 7. Be dub of gain bout compleat d a int it in i tide nine of t he tro Tige i i in of West Texas and i few am a Villi team ii Central i cult peaking ii lid boys Dot Bate from a of honors won fort Davis Tam next having won two firsts in the senior declamation con Testa the remain Sci of the honors wet fairly Well distributed re do bul lation contents were hold Friday evening april la in the Rolleg auditorium the Dee Binia Tion Competition i considered one of the most interesting of the literary v eni of the league and is always Wil attended at the starting hour Friday evening Fie auditorium was do <1 to rapacity and the people who univ late were forced to remain standing the Junior girl a re the first speaker to appear following this a t Ion came f in Junior boys i tie sen Tor girl Ami the senior boys. Respective v tin speakers from fort Dav i seemed especially skilled win to i i i ill hot h of the senior Vint honors for first place in the Hinter a t Ion Vav. I e equally divided Vav. A to \ i pin and Marfa. Marfa it Apt tiring tin Junior girls bout and \ i Pine the Junior boys the results Are Given below i it ii nit girls i. Hut ii Bowles of Marfa 2 Elizabeth Dunean Ysleta 2 mail Arrington. Sanderson Junior boy i i Tel Wright. Alpine Mack Landers grand Falls Nikl i Alpine Toyah senior girl i Edna 411 till Jones foil Dave. 2, Georgia Moorefield Marut lion Kelyn Lincoln. Ysleta scuba it i Jack Dumas. Flirt i a i i i ii k in i Black Barstow Johnny Duke. Fort Ham in k Horal Junior girls i Willi Mao i it As v Monahans mural Mentor Hoys i Jesse Fui a in i i it of i the w inner to t a ii first prize re Ivd a Gold medal the winners i it the second and third places were Sachem society initiates. Us a Divot to Bronx medal res sul Ross student cd Lively essay the Sachem literary society Iii Blo at contest another div Isioro Bud some very interesting programs it Iii literary Section of the inter during tin past week to tin in Linda ii was won the fling of april i at service held Iii the girls rest room til the College in girls were pledged to the in Heil literary society tin pledge were Given the Quill Ami til letter Quot so to Wear during then pm dec Doit the color scheme of mauve and White was carried out in tin refreshments of punch amt Ink in tin Deco rations Mona with tin Quill and letter tin following pledges Wen presented with a Corsage of violets Mary Louise Bennett Lehi William it on. Delta Blair leu it Edwards cd Nama Scott Ami Odessa drunk on thursday evening april 7, tin in Sachem pledges were ill it tut <1 into the Sachem literary society with an impressive ceremony in tits of a and Orang veil a it a til a aft it noon at 4 o clock tin a it hems a Filar meeting Iii i room the following program tug i Eldered i in i tory of Harper mag a Immi to in v review of tin St of harpers a irs Loo Mitt a Ray Story Quot the child Fannie May and a poem a in Odisa Crunk in arranged with All a a Paqua it balance. Tin branding Iron Quot it Hon w Lei in Many a student Iii. A see himself Ais other a a him. I larger and display Mon a lev. Material Titan it Ever has before the Brand will in entered in t in National contest tot College annual Mim Trad the of dress Guild a also in tin stat. A impel it Ion directed Iii Baylor i univ Rity a Ai Ani Xot sly await i n v priz Ailt i i lot in-11 speaking of the cont t i Vav o hurl lit i in he Resit ice wet to third Alford t or Rig Lea in i and to out Blix to Ive i ii Underwood is an these Gam s w to dug i a a a Cut i noun ally five it a in want into tip Day for tin visitor a x Ltd Tipper Lea Gin i a a to St of tin to mask and Slipper club reviews past season in drama Volley Bau i Valentin 2, Marfa 3. Mara a Hon 4, it. Hancock. Essay contest first place Nancy Moore a Many teams have taken Advant run age of the a shift Quot in such a Way As i to Caus a continued movement in the Backfield the rules committee it has declared that there must be u Stockton second. Gertrude Hill is two second a Eta shift Stop on All Back Fie. Dowler again marked to wort for tin Lobos. After Martin 1 i whiff i 1 it three Dowler s i 11 g i i to cent Withers tripled to right Lea Don j bled to Center scoring Wither tin a Bingham flew to Center lease going the Coll a pm mild bowing t rung i Cangui play r Matt re a for second game i b r and boart ii s i i mood Reynold St or to inning-8 i 300 020 Lobos too 0 a a re to Iii v triad against the Gam Lobos s p Young 101 i of i to mask and Slipper Dramata it tub in t tuesday evening april 12 in the College auditorium the tits tied it i discussed tin leading dra Mas Playa Anil productions of the month they reviewed the lending nut hoi and producers of tin sea a Quot and their productions miss Smith. A hostess served refreshments of it a find Orange ice i i a r i a but written Nancy Moor it fort Stockton limb school Iii the Dot a Murat not tile winning essay i rom elicit Chou a contest is held in All i tin Duad wish to participate tin o Ai which is judged Fin Hest product teach Chou enter tug the cont let is forwarded to the committee of judges of the Bisti league contest in lits Man i a r the Hest essay for the entire Dis Trot it discovered tills winning essay i sent to Austin where in pro Ess of judging again takes place. I the essay that receives first honors at Austin is declared to be the Hest i essay submitted for Competition in to. In t in in dust in league Conte if Quot t tie tat of Texas \ number of schools in the adjoin it. Territory contributed a it t Fin poll 12 to cont i in District no 17 fort held the ii j Fiock Tou High school won first Matey with tin essay written Nam v Moor second awards went to Al p o county w in ii the paper writ tin Gertrude f Hill of islet la b is Hoot was a corded that rank in in the judges. Third place waca ii i Adrian Brannon of Mara j thou extempore speaking i tic contest in extempore speaking i was held in tin College auditorium saturday morning it 9 to in. Wit ii some seven or eight speakers i Rompet extemporaneous speak lug. As the name suggests is not a memorized speech Ami tin speak is Only allowed the assistance of lits j notes which he prepares within a specified length of time Marie Hodges of fort Stockton won first place. Volney Hinson of Fabens a of god a tin id continued on lust puff

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