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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 Ross state teachers College. Alpine. Texas wednesday. February 2, 1927 volume Here tiie West is senior edition number 8etchings by miss Sui Ross band Kiefer exhibited is organize Texas seats first Sui Ross Hose to College Avo rides woman senator Basket Bau meet Are elected in new York City at tit lust annual National exp obit of etchings held by the nation ii Art club Iii new York City miss Lead of tile Art Hoss had four a a Limpid Anil nil a Thunder since i it in a miss Mem a january 30, at to n 0 clock twelve students met in tin girl s gymnasium for the purpose of organizing a Sui hours band Ender 1 he direction of miss Irma let Matey the newly organized musicians play it tor two hours. The charter members of tin organize Ion Art cornets la i Stuckey. Fritz Haas clarinets Ruby Dean. Leo Murray Alee Mcgonagill. Thomas Inman and hems Black. Trombone Carter. A. Ii Cowan Howard Elizabeth Keeler department at Sui a Ritchings Quot dancer. Son rile web a head fort Keefer a been an International Art Chi histor. At the International Art he High in Chicago w hich opened on february i 19 27. She Lias one print a ailed this print is in Olor. It was made from one of or. Cottles collection of Moths. Its invitation of the to it was association of Fine arts miss Keefer will have Tsvor t hings Hung in the exhibit of texts Art tit Nashville. Tenn., in april 1927. Miss Keeler is a member of four nationally known Art clubs namely the Chicago Art students league. I the Art students league of new York City. The pen and Brush club it of new York City and the National a Trusa club of America. During the summer of 1926. She Aine to Sui toss As head of the Art department. We were interested in warning that miss Keefer was a a sex an. She received her Early Educa manager for the West Texas Cham a Ion in the Public schools of Nous-1 to Commerce and min on during which time sh1 exhibit i j saxophone. Laura cause Drums or. Bennett Anil Louis i Petter. Other members Are expected 1 to join the band soon the regular meetings Are to be held every Mon a Day night. . Representatives visit s. R. At the Chapel hour on january 31 or. Ii. M. Whitaker the exhibit Nager for the West Texas e. Miss Margie e. Neal miss Margie a Neal w to for the past six years Aas served nest ably As a member of the Board of Regent of the teachers colleges of Texas. Baa recently taken her scat in the miss Neal has for Man years been a tinted a successful newspaper woman and has been actively identified with the women a organizations of Texas. At various times site a served tis democratic com in it tee worn ii at thus began Buena Vista Virginia a ars of study of Art. She went Hext to Washington i. Ltd where she studied with of Germany later she entered la it Institute of Chicago and. there for three years a a. No Day school night school and saturday school. Then on taxi artist was ready to go to a tin in a if Bright lights a she went to it it Nev. York City to study under Joseph pen r Ell. After two and one a Moi his she returned to Houston a i there opened an Art studio and an it school for children. A few months passed and she returned to new York to resume her study wit pen Nell. For the next year. Til1 St year of Pennell s life she not on v studied with Pennell but v Ais assistant teacher taking Cham it ens classes four Day a week former sul Ross instructor visits Alpine or. It. A. Loud Hailer former head it the biology department of Sui loss. Who now occupies that Post lion in the tech., was in Alpine on i Field and business trip Januar Quot and 22. He was accompanied by or. Claud1 Hope of Sweetwater a tee ii student and Lal oratory assistant. While Lier or Studhalter Kohl i Whitehead puh Limity manager i r the same organization addressed the faculty and student body. Or. Whit ad-1 cd much interest in Art. After a Bing til1 Houston schools she ended the Southern Seminary att Aker took As the theme of his dress a the advantages of organize and urged upon i hearers the necessity of Intelli it co opera state s mate it is with Peculiar Joy in for the state and has worked on and Pride that Sui Boss College important educational committees. Shares in the Honor which has com j do account of her fathers ill health to this much loved Regent and yet miss Neal has for More than ten it is with regret that the teachers years carried on most of Lier work colleges of Texas give up this Regent from her Home in Carthage where who Lins been so deeply interested be Host began her journalistic Cain All of the problems affecting thru my work and training of teachers in friends who know miss Margie Texas. Her official visits have a1 Neal Best realize that her Success is ways brought a personal message1 in Large measure due to the warm. And real inspiration to faculty mein ii cresting personality of the woman hers and to students As Well a to to her genuine interest in people to local citizens. Miss Neal has done ii a unselfish Devotion to Lier ideals. An outstanding piece of work for cd. And to her ability to work Uneas cation in Texas and for til teach i singly and cheerfully. The annual District Basket Hall meet will to held on february la and 12. Coach p. K. Shot a Gill of a ill Boss state teachers College the Dis Drift athletic director will have charge of the meet. The games will he played on tin new court recently erected on the College Campo or. Shot will says that till county it Ham Pion hip teams should he determined not later than february i saturday morning february it at to a. Iii in the Sui Boss auditorium tie to will he a Public drawing to de termini1 to schedule of the games for the first round. Members of each team and its. Coach represented at the District meet will he provided with rooms by t in people of Alpine on Friday night. February i i there will be some twelve counties represented at tills meat and some very Good games tire expected to he seen at this time. Ten and organization in order to meet successfully the problems of education and life in general. He spoke in particular of Hie Success which recently attended the United efforts of the West Texas i him her of Commerce at the sesquicentennial expo Bation through the Coop ration of sop West Texas towns of which Al Pine is on a remarkable exhibit represented this Section of the i a nit -1 a states and won the Gold medal of r All Hie other agricultural we i Hibits from 27 other states that ii was not Money Bat Unity of interest and labor which made tins possible Vii Whitaker proved by comparing i amounts spout by the various glut s the Texas \ ii i b t Cost about i Immy it ill As much As the Cali la Ilia exhibit and okie twelfth As much As the Bilio exhibit. Texas spent less than $5,000 for the enter expenses of its display but it had the Hearty co operation of business men of West Texas. The Texas Booth with its ninety varieties of farm products attracted sol much attention that students from in Arby schools and colleges were1 sent to examine it. Or. Whitehead followed or. Whitaker talk by a very witty humorous discourse in which ii took the Opportunity to relate come interesting and amusing stories about bus co labourer and his friends among the. Students and faculty. Both or. J issues to be named or who a Quot re pressed their pleasure at suting Sui i Boss and Alpine again ors colleges in particular and Lier promotion to this larger Field of usefulness will Only mean that Lier influence and ability will bring about greater things for Texas Sui Ross rejoices Iii the fact that to tis counts As Lier first woman a a i autor miss Margie Neal a woman or at in heart Able in mind and lofty in ideals. Horn on College Hopson Hill to or m. L. Judges for class the four class issues of the sky due Are to be ranked by competent judges who have been chosen by have not had Tim to reply. The senior class has thrown the Gaut let to the other classes aul the sophomores have been first to accept the Challenge they have a lied j inter class Basket Ball tournament in Progress Sui Boss has recently inaugurated inter class basketball. There mantling teams the senior Sophomore the j in tor fresh a a and the Suba or the next i Ssue. The regular staff j allege. The teams Are composed will to out an Cole Between Caca i Best basketball players of the1 of the other class editions th1 liaises aside from those making names of til judges will be publish regular Lobo squad. Cd in the next number. By a there has been Only one a a in Ter class game that Between thai news of interest about senior Sophomore and the Junior sul Ross loan fund freshman a earns. The Junior fresh programs for drama week planned the students of the speech arts department and the members of the mask Ami Slipper dramatic club have planned the three Chape programs for the week of february 13 toll which is National drama wee monday the mask and Slipper club will present a the trusting place Tient act comedy by Booth two Kington. The cast of the Piny is its follows mrs. Curtis Nancy Watson mrs Briggs Odessa Clunk miss Briggs Blanch Collet aum clot Briggs Delbert hurl. V Rupert Smith Rudolph Mellaci or. Ingolsby w a Mer i it i i on wednesday Dunean Koti w speak on a National drama Vav it i Pearl Crockett will read a the la line of the by St Pio n in. Cock and zoo Ellen Murray a it i speak on a american drama an t Friday the drama 302 Chis w present a a the other one a on and play by Arthur Ketch Iii tin Chai Al ters in this play Are Hambling red warn i ii Iii the Connecticut kid Lynn Kiy. The other one Dick Oil h spit the plays Are being directed by miss Smith head of the spec la i i department the sets hav i to Plant ii d by students of the play pm press club to be organized soon \ v i mix r of student i r. It a m different phases of journalistic work met in the Publica Ion office monday january 2 1, fog Hie Par pos of discussing plans tor tilt or Yaniz Nihn of a press club. M ins Pendley spoke of min of i opportunities of a pres Chih Iii this Section and of the need of m in Intel is in that Type of wok in the to minion. Many of the students link of the Wor. Which tiny hop to a complis through tins club Midi a dub must be organized in old r to admit the Colleg newspaper into tin Texas intercollegiate press of Alum. On. Of the conditions tor Iii pm i i is that the College applying must have a press Lull of at i a i ten members the actual organization q the club was postponed until Turtle information can be obtained from the i to i a Moi leg a t association Preh of other students in school a in ten til in journalistic work of any Type they Are cordial a invited to com into the club whet its organized watch the bulletin Board for a n noun cements tin. T Ion classes. Friday at v of. The drama week program will be presented tis a free a Ming performance for townspeople w to Are unable to attend til i i Hap i programs Lobos return from Northwest Texas Basket Ball Jaunt Man Triumph d by the soon of 23-1 i the schedule for the following was games is As follows Fob. 2 senior Sophomore is sub Sim the last report in the sky line the Sui Ross loan fund has received a rift of a. A i his donated by the Davis Mountain federation of clubs this raises the to-1 a ollege. Tai donation of these clubs to $236. Feb. I senior Sophomore a Jun the gift was sent by mrs la a for freshman Yates chairman of the Sui robs feb.7 freshmen Junior is Sui loan fund committee in the Fedora Colleg tj0�?z feb. 9 Seni or so p Horn Ore is sub since tin loan fund has started College 115 Loans have Bern made. According sen or Sophomore is fresh 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 Man. Fell College feb j College i i Junior freshman is sub 16 senior sophomores sub the Lolio bask t bal squad a turned monday from a tour it it lid ing of i period of a week Tak Tiaa a Whol the trip was v to it a Esse ii i although we did not always w in the gum s played an1 the r results Are As Pillow texan tech 2- Sui to Texas tech 2 6, Sui Ross Wayland College 23, Sui it26 Wayland College. 28 Sui it 42 West Texas stat teachers col lege. 34. Sui Ross 26 West texan state tem to r col lege 35 Sui Rons. Is it might be stat that one of the teams played on this n if rated a Good As any in tie southwestern conference Canyon having Leat ii i rat teams t Riu the con Ferne my of the game played were significant us to Good sportsman i p hard playing and keen desire to win every Mon Ltd ii team did i Best and was a Star for our school. The team of 1927 a a Fine team registered in terns of the score Ami of the Good each play or to revived from the gum Sui Bosh has several game is bed us ii with new Mexico a a. Viaud with Elpaso Junior collage to a played in then a future at Alpine there i u i a probability of dual match Here with Texas tech those who went on this trip Are <3oach Shotwell Captain f a i Kell Townsend younger he the Ltd it a ill lease Bozarth and More Oak Baylor athletes in tragic Accident ten Baylor athletes were killed january 22 at Kundrock when the i College bus was struck by a passel i Ger train. Several others were badly injured one afterwards died those who were kill i were Jiminy s Walker Guy Foster. W e Murray Sam do Low. J Cly do Kelley Merit Dud toy mob Hailey. Jack Castellaw Boh Hannah William Winch t r j Clyde Kelley was Baylor cantata elect and this years All South Western hark Field Star Gnu Baylor Tot Ball Lam monday my Nim in Chap i hour the Sill Ross student i. A do Aud faculty stood in silence bowed Heads a a Mark of reaped or Hose players. Sachets hold meeting tin a in Iii literal so ply in i l its regular meeting on i in lit Ninon of january 2 it this a tin fit t meeting which the Low in nil i have i ii p. 1 Mil Ted to attend to program for tin afternoon Eon it to it 1 of a study of Viii of Ras. Will Elia a Gav tile tory and history of Puccini a opera Quot to Ca Quot and May Lea Worth Gav All a count of Many interesting incidents connected with tin opera and with the people who have Sung in it. Giving special Allen i Hon to j Ort t in and Scott 1 Isabel Yates then told the tory of Lenora hallows and played noun records from it the program a. 1 very much enjoyed by ill present hike to Range in saturday Alt 1 noon january 22, eleven girl Ai companies i it i Britt hiked out to Ranger Canyon this was the Condol a cries of hike by Tom w. A a girls who male All Fin hikes and keep themselves in condition by observing Hygiene rules will be per mined to go on the big Ink to it. I Davis in the Prink i no Mally Good time was made perhaps the weather had something to do with this up a on reaching the Canyon to girls gathered woo i and built a roaring campfire around which they warmed themselves arum Hon broiled Bacon lid toasted in a Rah in a la a the sup per which tasted unusually Good to a Doz 1. Hungry people consisted Oft Bacon. Buns. Pickles cinnamon Rolls cud marshmallows. After upper the girl at around the dying Ember and Learned Harry laude new Ling. The end of the Road a a they then Rode Hack to town in the col 1 leg by inking Ait they want Basket Ball yells wanted in the near future some College Backet i. Ill games will be played on the to w court a All of our yells re for foot bad. Are to King that each student try to furnish our yell Leader with one or More yells for Banket Bali pleas do so it once this year the selection of school Lav Ritoh did not depend upon the Saie of the Brand but was quite Democrat it a preliminary ballot was taken at Chapel period when each student was Given to slip of paper Aud asked to write the names of Tho to considered prettiest and most popular among the girls most popular and Cleverest among the boy from thee ballots the names of the two for each place having the most votes were put up for the final run off. There were four i i the Lead for most popular boy. But Delbert Hurley who was in the final run off for both the most popular boy and the Cleverest boy. Withdrew from the lace for the former leaving three contestants those in thrice Wen As follows prettiest girl Melburn Glass and Peggy Hassell. Most popular girl Scottie Kell and Odessa a Lunk. Most popular boy Drury Wood Quot Mot of Quot Dewier and Fuqua younger Cleverest boy Delbert Hurley and Pete Starnes. The winners Wen As follows prettiest girl Melburn class most popular girl Scottie Kelly. Most popular boy Fuqua younger. Cleverest boy Delbert Hurley. Melburn Glass Halls from Sterling Cliv where lit graduated from High school last year with honors it a and to be said of her that she is Quot Beautiful hut dumb a for Melburn s Scholastic attainment tor last term made her eligible for membership in the Sachem literary society. So is a1- o r of t Lov \ \ hiking team. Scot to. Killy to it popular maid. Root to Sui Ross from Odessa so did lib r to Simian work Here. Serving ii s. Rotary of the freshman lass. Is Otto Lias a Good recur i. She went to via tin on year in declamation and a in the Semi finals. She is society editor for the Sophomore edition Otth Skyline this year into a society editor for tin Pap r All last year she belongs to the mask and Slipper dramatic club Delbert Hurley graduated from via Ria High school where tie was in in manager of til High school paper he a Secretary and treasurer of i jeffersonian. �?T26 Del ii 1 a a lie la Iii Sill Ross Tine vial hoi i a member of to Junior Cia Ile was veil Hailer last term .n11 1 1 no Illier of the glee club As w t ild it01 Iii Biol of t lie Brand la 1 Ai o a in Illier of the mask and is 1 pm 1 or mat i. Lull Fuyii younger conies from a god s countr a Ile graduated from the Tulia High Choel where he lettered in football Anil Ila lot Ball Aud wan Captain of 111 a k. T Hall team. 26 this i Young third a in Sill komm Ile i of 111 lot i Quot to club Aud Captain elect Otth football team tor 27 younger smother Dies at Amarillo kudu i younger. Implant Elf i of la 27 i Tho Quad Aud recently elected in out popu air boy. Watt pled Home january 22 by the death of ii 1 Mother wit passed away t a m ining at mar Limo. The remains were shipped to Canyon where interment was made he next Day. Pai in shr <1 r a to in i Young to Canyon Lobos awarded sweater tin wednesday morning january 12. At Chapel period the Lobos of Iii 192 6 football squad were award cd sweaters. They were presen a by president Murdock after a Brief tall on their value and the purpose of Hie school Iii awarding them Tho receiving the sweaters a r Ford Townsend Powell Starnes boart ii Dyer Kelly. Mcneil with a the Kell Alford. Murdock and Cap Tain Cowan. Captain Cowan a congratulated on ills successful Leader ship of the Lobos of 1926 and younger was Klvan the Promise of the Hearty co opera thou of All far a successful season in 1927 Long la tin lotto

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