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Alpine Sul Ross Skyline (Newspaper) - February 2, 1927, Alpine, Texas Senior edition sul Ross Skyline published by the students of the sul Boss state teachers College. Alpine. Texas wednesday. February 2. 1927 senior edition volume in. A out 11 Kre to of West is Quot number etchings by mks Sui Ross band Texas seats first sul Ross Host to College exhibited is organized woman senator Basket Ball meet Are elected in new Youk City Miami v. January 8�, at it Vii o link. I a i v a a at Mil tit nut in to girls gymnasium fur the purport get organizing a Sui Rosa band. In Etlar i direction a it Mina Irma la lat Quot it the now in organized dual Cihota play of Tor two Houri. At the test annual National Kex Hibit of etchings in id Lay the nation ii Art club in now York City miss Al italic the Keefer in ail of tin Art department at Sill Boss Hail four a Ching a Ida nets. A a Utopia can the charter member of the von a Quot the Well and a Thunder j Gan Zamon a head fort Davis Quot since i a 2 min a Cornet a. Ii l. Stuckey. Fritz Kau Keefer Haim in an International Art j Chih Tor. At tin International Art he Hitt in Chicago which opened on j february i. I a 2 7. Slit Baa one print a ailed Thia print i Ini trombone. A. La Cowan. Howard a Dor. It War made from one of or. J Carter bottles Coiler Hon of Mot a. By in or Chr Lynta Sluby hmm. Murray Alee Mchon Gitl. Thorn a Inman and Henry it Lack. J i ii annual distr i Backet Ball meet will lie held Oil february la and 12. Co arb in f. Shot. Ii of Sui Ross state teachers College the do tract athlete director w la have charge of the meet the games will in played a Ltd t to new court recently erected on the College Campus i Shotwill ays that All county Cham Rill year the selection of school favorite dbl not depend upon the Sale of tin Brand bul a quite Dent Arati. A preliminary ballot War Taki ii at Chapel period when each student a k i n Ell a slip of paper and asked to write the names of th.-, he considered prettiest and most popular among the girl Molt Pion hip i am should be determined i popular and Cleverest among the citation of the Texas association of Fine Art miss Keefer will have two telling Bung in the exhibit of Texas Art at Nashville. Tenn., in april 1927. Miss Keefer is a member of four nationally known Art clubs namely the Chicago Art students league. I the Art student a league of new j York City the Cen and Brush club it of new York City and the National a Trust club of America. During the summer of 1926. She a ame to Sui it is a head of the Art department. We were interested in warning that miss Keeler was a a sex in. She received her Early education in the Public schools of Nous Sav Mhone. Laura Causey Drums or Bennett and Louis i Oeffler. Alter members Are expect a to Oln the hand stain. The regular meetings Are to he held every monday night. . Representatives Vint s. R. Miss Margie e. Heal miss Margie k Neal who for the past six years Aas served most ably As a member of the Board of Regent of the teachers a alleges of Texas. Has recently taken her seat in the state s mite it is with Peculiar Joy and Pride that Sui Boss College shares in the Honor which has come a Val has for Many years been accounted a successful newspaper woman anti has been actively Ridenti fled with the women s organizations of Texas. At various times she has served As democratic committee woman for tile state and has worked on important educational committees. In account of her father s ill health not later than february i saturday morning february i at to i m Iii tile Sill Boss auditorium. I. Re will ii a Public drawing to de term i Neth schedule of the games for the first round. Mem Ber of each team. Oak ii represented at the. Meet will in provided with Rozmily tile Penth of Alpine on Friday night. February 11 there will lie some twelve counties represented at this meet and some very Good games arc expected to lie seen at this time. At the Chapel hour on january Jimr. B. M. Whitaker the exhibit Nina Ger for th1 West Texas chamber of Commerce and or. K. ton during which time she exp Lett a Whitehead publicity manager to 11 cd much interest in Art. After to a a i Hing the Houston schools she it ended the Southern Seminary it Buena Vista Virginia Tims began year of study of Art. She went next to Washington i. C whore to studied with a if Germany. Later she entered the Art Institute of Chicago Anc remained there for three years at no Day school night achoo and saturday school. Then on text of 1st was ready to go to a Ythi try if Bright lights. So went to it new York City to study tinder Joseph Fenton. Atter two and one half to North she returned to Houston an i there opened an Art studio and unit a school for children. A few months passed and she returned to new York to resume her study with la it to hell. For the next year til a year of Pennell s life. She not studied with Pennell hut w a assistant teacher taking Chara his classes four Days a week the same Organ Patlon addressed the local citizens. Miss Neal has done faculty and student body. Or Whit outstanding piece of work for cd Aker took As the theme of i address the advantages of organise lion. And urged upon his hearers the necessity of intelligent co operation and organization in order to meet successfully the problems of Educ about greater tilings for Texas Hon and life in general. He spoke in particular of the Success which re Centle attended the United efforts of to this much loved Regent and yet. Alia Neal has for More than ten it is with regret that the teachers it re a is carried on most of Lier work colleges of Texas give up this Regent re in her Home in Carthage w Here who has been so deeply interested vhf first began her journalistic Cain All of the problems affecting the tier. Work and training of teachers in friends who know miss Murgie Texas. Her official visits have a1- not Al Hest realize that her Success is ways brought a personal message in Large measure due to the warm and real inspiration to faculty Mem ii cresting personality of the woman hers and to students As Well As to to her genuine interest in people to in unselfish Devotion to Lier ideals and to Lier ability to work unceasingly and cheerfully. Sui Boss rejoices in the fact that tix a counts As her first woman Sinator miss Margie Neal a woman or. At in heart Able in mind and lofty in ideals. Neat Ion in Texas urn for the teach is colleges in particular and her promotion to this larger Field of usefulness will Only mean that her influence and ability will bring the West Texas chamber of Commerce at the sesquicentennial expo altion. Through the co operation or Jot West Texas towns of Ohleh Al Pine i one a remarkable exhibit apr a sent Liis Section of the i tilt -1 cd states anti won the Gobi medal i Over All the other agricultural exhibits from 2 other states. That it was not Money but Unity of interest and labor which made this possible or. Whitaker proved Ivy comparing the amounts spent by the various stalls the Texas it thib t Cost about met wont id ii As much As the California exhibit and one twelfth a much a Iii allo exhibit. Texas Struc Tor visits Alpine Kru Quot rss the a �00 for the of its display hut it had programs for drama j Prest club to be week planned organised soon St nit. V Ais former sul Ross in or. It. A. Studhalter former head 1 Lmh news to Hearty co operation of went Texas. The of the biology department of Sui it ohs. Who now occupies that position in the tech., was in Alpine on Field and business trip j an liar a i and 22. He was accompanied by Vir. Claude Hope of Sweetwater a tech student and Laboratory assistant. While Here or. Studhalter hold his Horn on College Hopson. Hill to or m. L. Judges for Oats issues to be named the four class issues of the Skyline Are to be ranked by competent judges who have been chosen by have not had time to reply. The senior class has thrown the gaunt let to the other classes an i the sophomores have been first to accept the Challenge they have a ked for the next Issue. The regular staff will or out an Issue Between each of the other class editions. The Quot names of the judges will he published in the next number. Business men of Texas Booth with its ninety varieties of farm product attracted so much attention that student from in Arby schools and a Olleges were sent to examine it. Or. Whitehead followed or. Whit i Liker s talk by a very witty humorous discourse Iii which he took the Opportunity to relate some interesting and amusing stories about his co labourer and his friends among the j student and faculty. Both or. I Whitehead and or. Whitaker exp pressed their pleasure at visiting Sui Ross and Alpine again. News of interest about sul Ross loan fund freshman teams. The Junior front inter class Basket Ball tournament in Progress Sui Ross has recently inaugurated inter class basketball. There Are three teams the senior Sophomore the Junior freshman. And the sub College. These teams Are composed i the Best basketball players of the classes aside from those making the regular Lobo squad. As yet there Bas been Only one inter class game that Between Tho senior Sophomore and the Junior the student of the speech arts department and the members of the Musk and Slipper dramatic club have planned the three Chapel programs for i week of february 13 to 19. Which is National drama week monday the mask and Slipper club will present Quot the trusting in Lake a one act comedy by Booth Tarkington the cast of the play i a follows mrs. Curtis Nancy Watson mrs Briggs Odessa Crunk miss Briggs Blanch Cotter Launcelot Briggs l Elba it hurl v Kupert Smith Rudolph Mell aril or. Ingoldsby Warner Reid on wednesday Duncan Scott will speak on a National drama week Quot Pearl Crockett will read a the de a line of the drama a a by Stephen Lea cock and Zee Ellen Murray Wilt speak on a american drama and Friday the drama 302 claw will present a a the other one a a one act play by Arthur Ketchem the Chai actors in this play arc Hamblin red Warner Krill the Connecticut kid Lynn k. By. The other one Dick Gill spi the plays Are being directed by miss Smith head of the speech Art department. The sets liar. Been planned by students of the play pro a i mix r of student i i rented in different phases of journalistic work met in the publication office a londay. January 2 1, Tor the purpose of discussing plans Tor the organization of a press club. Alls Handley spoke of some of i he opportunities of a pre club in ills Section and of tin need of More Intel i in Type of wok in the . Many of the students spoke of the nor which that hop to accomplish through this club. Such a club must be organized in order to admit the College newspaper program for Iii into Iii Texas intercollegiate press Anocia Tion one of the conditions Tor membership is that Tii College applying must have a press Lith of at i Avi ten members. The actual organization if tin dub a my ironed until further information can be obtained from the intercollegiate association press it other students in school Are interested Iii journalistic work of any Type they Are cordially invited to oui into the club the. It organized watch the bulletin Bomi Tor announcements Baylor athletes in tragic Accident ten Baylor athlete were killed j january 22 at Kott Drnek w Hen the j College by was struck by u Passen or train. Several others were badly injured one afterwards died those who were kill i were Jiminy s. Walker. Guy Foster. W. Fib Murray. Sam billow. J Clyde Kelley Merle Dudley Boh Hailey Jack Castellaw Bol Hannah. William Winchester 1 Clyde Kelley was May Captain elect Anil ibis years All South Western bad a a Field slur u Baylor tot a 11 team monday morning Ai. N Chapel hour in Sui Boss student and faculty stood in silence with bowed Heads a a Mark of resp a i air move play Era. Sachets hold meeting the Sachem literary society held its regular meeting on tin afternoon of january 2a. This Wath fir meeting which til new in min i have been permitted to attend the afternoon it it it a i ted of a study Al two operas Willet May gave the Story and history of Puccini a opera a touch and i Aynesworth gave in account of Many interesting incidents connected with tile opera and wit to tile people who have Sung in it. Giving special attention to Jer Lexa Anil Scot to. Isabel Yates then told the Story of Leoma hallo s a Pagliacci Quot and played some records from if the program was very much enjoyed by All present hike to Ranger boys from these ballots the names of tin two for each place having the most votes were put up for the final run off. There wire four in the Lead for most popular boy but Delbert Hurley who was in the final run off and Psi Tor both the most popular boy and District the Cleverest boy withdrew from the race for the former leaving three contestants Tho in the race wer a follows prettiest girl Melvurn Glass and Peggy Hassell. Most popular girl Scottie Kelly and Odessa Crunk. Most imputed boy Drury Wood. A Amoco howler and Fuqua younger Cleverest boy Delbert Hurley and Pete Starnes. The winners were As follows prettiest girl Mel Burn Glass. Most popular girl Scottie Kelly. Most popular boy Fuqua younger. Cleverest boy Delbert Hurley. Melvurn Glass hails from Sterling City where she graduated from High school last year with honors it a and the said of Lier that sit is Quot Beautiful Lui dumb for medium s Scholastic attainment Tor last term mad her eligible Tor membership Iii the Sachem literary society so is a1 so manager of the w a a hiking team. Scot11< Kelly most popular maid. Out to it Sui Kus from Odessa she did Lier freshman work Here serving a Secretary of i ii freshman class. Is til i ii Lias a Good record she went to Austin on year Iii declamation Anil a a Iii tile Semi finals. Site is society editor Tor the Sophomore edition it the sky line this year into a society editor for the Pap r Iii lust year. So belongs to tit mask and Slipper dramatic Chih Delbert Hurley graduated from a i i i 11 inti school where he was in nov manager id tin High school a i Iii was Secretary and treasurer of the jeffersonian. 26 Delhi it hat been in Sui Boss thru vial and is a member it the Junior Cia Ile was yell Leader last term and i a no Miter of the glee club a will i editor in Ohlef of die dram la i ii ii a member of die mask and Slipper dra Tuati club. Yuqu. Younger comes from Quot Iii g country Ile graduated from la Tulia High school where he lettered Iii football and Hak t had Ami was Captain of the bask i Hall team. 26. In has is younger third year in Sui Boss. Ile is president of the a to club and Captain dict it the football team for 27 diction lasses. Friday at 8 15 the drama week programs will he presented As a free evening performance for towns peo id who Are unable to attend the Niafiel programs Lobos return from North West Texas Basket Ball Jaunt since til last report in the Skyline. The Sui Rosa loan fund has received a gift of $85. This was donated by the Davis Mountain federation of clubs. This raises the total donation of these clubs to $236. The gift was sent by mrs. H. J. Yates chairman of the Sui Hobs loan fund committee in the federation. Since the loan fund has started 115 Loans have been made according to miss Zona peek Secretary of the loan fund committee this Means that education has been made possible or at least easier for about 80 different students is Jun Man triumphed by the score of 23-13 the schedule for the games is As follows feb. 2 senior Sophomore College. Feb. 4 senior Sophomore for freshman Felt 7 freshman Junior is sub College. Feb. 9 senior Sophomore is sub College senior Sophomore is fresh Man. Feb it Junior freshman a. Sub College. Feb 16 senior Sophomore is sub College the Busket Ball squad turned monday from a tour extend ing of i a period of a week taken As a Liol the trip was v to be following Cess fut although we did not always j win the games played Anc their is. Sub results Aras follows Texas tech 25 Sui Llose. I Texas tech 26 Sui Boss 35. Wayland College 23 Sui Boss 26. Wayland College 28 Sui Ross. 42. West Texas state teacher col lege 34 bul Boss 26 West Texas state teach in College. 35 Sui Ross 18 it might be stated that some of the teams played on this t Ltd Are rated As Good As any in the southwestern conference Canyon having it it. A several teams from this con Lenin. Ail of the games played w. Ii Ign Cleant As to Good sports Manship. Bard playing and keen <1 ire to win very Man to the team did i Best and is a Star for our school the team of 1927 is i Fine team registered in terms of the score and of the Good each player received from the game Sui Boss has several games ached tiled with new Mexico a. A a m. Aud with Al paso Junior College to a played in the near future at Alpine there is Ulso a probability of a dual match her with Texas tech those who went on this trip Are coach shot Well Captain Ford Kell Townsend. Younger Smith Mcneill lease Bozarth and Morelock. On saturday afternoon january 22, eleven girls accompanied by miss Britt Iii ked Tun in Banger Canyon. This was til second of a series of hikes scheduled by thav a a girls who make All the hikes mid keep themselves Iii Onditi Oil by of serving Hygiene rules will he per milled to go on the big hike to Davis in the Spring i usually Good. Lime was mad perhaps the weather a something to do with this. Up a on reaching the Canyon tin girls gathered Wood and built a roaring campfire around which they warmed themselves and then broiled Bacon my toasted marshmallows the sup per which tasted unusually Good to a dozen hungry people consisted of Bacon huns pickles cinnamon oils and marshmallows after supper the girls sat around tin dying embers and Learned Harry Lauder a new song the and of the Boady they then Rode Huck to town in the lege bus singing As they went younger smother diet it Amarillo Fuqua younger Captain elect of the �?T27 i oho squad Ami recently elected most popular boy was Ca led Home january 22 by the death of in Mother who passed away t at Amarillo the remains were s ii i p i 1 to Canyon where in ferment a made tit next Day a Iii us s. Breeder accompanied a Hung to Canyon Basket Ball yells wanted in the near future some College Basket la 11 games will be played on the new court. As All of our yells Are for football we Are us King that each student try to furnish our yell Leader with one or More yells for Basket Ball pleas do so at once Lobos awarded sweaters in wednesday morning. January i at Chapel period the Lobos of do 9 a a tot bal i squad were award cd sweaters. They were present a by president More Luck aft i a Brief tall on their value and the purpose col j of the school in awarding them those receiving the sweaters War Ford Townsend Powell Starnes Bozarth Dyer Kelly Mcneil Avith is Kell. Alford Morelock and Cap Tail cd Rowau. Capitate Cowan a con Gru Tuland on his successful Leader ship of the Lobos of 1926 and younger was Given the Promise of the Hearty of opera thou of All fir a. Successful season in 192 7. Long live the Lobosc

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