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Alpine Sul Ross Skyline (Newspaper) - February 16, 1927, Alpine, Texas Sul Ross Skyline published by the students of the sul Ross state teachers College. Alpine. Texas wednesday. February 16. 1927 volume in. A it it w Herk Rill i St is number gymnasium is practically assured re. As Ras. Ras rat rat rat re rat rat faculty elects charter members of Sui Ross scholarship society Ras rat rat Ras rat rat rat rat rat rat rat rat Ltd rat rat. Rat rat rat rat rat rat rat rat rate. L a. Convenes at Dallas on february 26th speakers attend Khnh bulletin is a a a Quot a i a eds a. The fifty seventh annual meeting Fri Etc of the department of superintend i i a Nee will have its official beginning Jim he y on saturday afternoon. February 26, j at 2 of clock when superintendent i Randall j. Condon president of the. it open. La. A it Quot by Al win a of habit this i the. First tint. An or i entitle society a. Re Al Cal open Lek of till but a Horn a Quot it a the and a Ltd i held. In s intended to emphasize that these exhibits Are distinctly an1 a Duca tonal feature of the session there has never been an Opportunity will Send of Ruot astronomy allots Losi Ait of Tica $o6aj is formed Tor the exhibits equal to that offered t Dallas and the department is making the most of the Opportunity. In addition to the technical exhibits which occupy an area of 6r>. He Square feet and which have been arranged in connection with the registration and convention service in such a Way As to present maximum of artistic and educational effects the distinctly educational exhibits which have been organized under the department of superintendence will occupy about 20,000 Square feet of Wall space. These will Deal with Art to life civics vocational and visual education tile platoon form of school education exhibits showing progressive tendencies in education a series of exhibits showing tile latest and Hest thought in regard to m poolroom equipment group Long id pupils Etc., arranged by kindergarten. Elementary Junior and senior Gigli school activities. There will he also a thousand Square feet of exhibits showing the finest school buildings throughout tile country. Weeks program touches greatest educational problems tile saturday evening session at the fair Park auditorium will lie a meeting of the National society for the study of education. On sunday afternoon a Vesper service will be held in Mcfarland Auu thorium of the Southern methodist University. George w. Triuett of Dalj members of Sui Ross contributed the. Las one of the great preachers of the most part. Or. M. C. Boatright. South will deliver the address. The former acting head of the Folk lore musical features of the program will division collected several articles consist of Organ numbers by Palmer pertaining to that subject. Or. V j Christian head of the department of Smith curator of the museum mrs. Music of the University of Michigan j Eugenia Chandley. Arbie Moore two numbers by the string Section of Freda Gibson. Leis Williamson and distributed. A number of citizens of West Texas have Long Felt that the visiting fact concerning the history. Folk lore anthropology biology Etc. Of this Section should lie preserved. It was Felt that a United of tit and a centrally located museum would he of great value in preserving material of this nature. Thus the historical and scientific society As formed and the annual bulletin now represents a material evidence of tin desire on the part of the in a milers of the Booley to successfully collect and perpetuate the Folk lore and history of West Texas. Tile annual bulletin is in Catalon Turin the arrangement and printing 1 unusually attractive. Further in wrist in the bulletin is created by the addition of numerous plates de lilting Spanish scenes. The Book form a standpoint of Content is 1. Video into five major parts list of officers and directors historical fiction Folk love collection reports a i officers and directors and a list a the membership f the society tins publication Reprez nth tin first of i Elal Nulin ii it Miot til society. The material was collected fro \ Ivio a Loiret. Faculty member and students of Sill Ross As Well As a Iti of us interested in the history of West to x. S. Made contributions. The organisation is especially indebted the charter members of the Sui Ross scholarship society were elect-1 cd by the faculty in a called meeting Friday. February in. In the Spring of 1926. The Sill Ross state teachers College was granted membership in the Texas scholarship societies. Since 1922, Twenty five College and universities of lass a. Senior rating have been admitted and hav established local societies in accordance with the Constitution. In february. 1926. At the annual meeting held at southwestern University. Georgetown tile following officers of the state organization were elected president professor j. To Moll of Baylor College. Vice president. Professor John Laird of Texas Christian University. dram week Orive for funds nos observed by Sui Ross $15,000.00 in Mhz at tile Chapel hour. February a j roup of faculty and students met in the College auditorium for the Pur pm. I organizing an astronomical society. Then was some discussion As t it whet Lier tile society should lie Organ a cd As a department of the scientific so Only or should lie a separate organization it was derided that Foith present the society should or in a stint from All other bodies. Or. S. M. Melton was elected pres i at. Lynn Kelly vice president. And Leo Murray Sec Elury treasurer Secretary Trva Surur. Dean la. rile president appointed or. Smith Benedict of the University of Texas miss Aynesworth and miss Linn to Bach local society is expected to draft a Constitution and by Laws for Send one or More delegates to the i the organization. Miss peek mini annual meeting. It it a february and miss Ginn were up 1927 meeting w ill in held at text a i pointed As members of the program Christian University Iii for wort ii. I Tim Iii it tee. V ii or. Mody c. Boatright chairman of the faculty scholarship committee.1 will represent the Sui Ross chapter a iss Fannie May. Recording seer Fary for the local chapter will lie student represent at in e. Eight students receive Honor by a unanimous vote of the fund to the eight students whose name Sere presented by the scholarship a Ommittee were elected to full Mem he ship in the newly organized Sod Cly. In accordance with the comb Tion incident to membership in his elegy w hich were published in a recent Issue of the Skyline one Grad hate student from the 1926 classes the society decided to hold til i Cit meeting at tile Home of or Melton. February 12 students and faculty member Olio Are interested in an Organ zat Tion of this kind Are cordially in 1 ted to by come members to colonel a i. Crimmins who pre three students holding senior rank s. Tid three articles concerning the i order commands at it Davis and Elpaso and the trip that role it e. I cd took through West Texas. In the Lolk lore Section students and Fauly the National High school orchestra and two numbers by the choral society of the Southern methodist University. Tin sunday evening at 8 o clock or. Christian will give an Organ recital in the fair Park auditorium. Governor Moody to deliver address of greeting the general theme of the monday mrs. Alma Thomas were the remaining contributors the editing of the bulletin was supervised by the committee on publications v. J Smith. Chairman. The bulletin has not been distributed to the general Public due to the Small number printed w the the exception of a few comp Centary copies the members of the society morning session will he a National Are the sole recipients of the Hull dials. The address of greeting will tin. Be Given by Dan Moody governor of Texas the response for the association. By Payson Smith of Massachusetts. L. G. Hardman governor of Georgia will speak on. A National Herbert Wenig of Tho donors of Wilson essay prizes announced last october and four of Junior rank at that time were eligible to membership. The students who received this High Honor Are graduate student. Nina bell1 Caldwell. Senior students Johnnie Weyerts mrs. Zoo Ellen Murray Leo Tmur Ray. Junior students Fannie May. Nancy Watson. Dunean Scott. Louis Loeffler. These students with Only one exception. Have completed ail of their College work in Sui Ross. And All of them have made exceptionally High averages ranging from b plus to a. The fact that a majority of this group has always been in Gugetl in numerous extra curricular activities i and thut they will have done All 01 Hie work for the Bachelor s degree in less than tile usual four year put j Rind is further reason for the Pride which Sui Ross takes Iii tile charter members of Lier first scholarship society. Offices of the society elected sol Ross orchestra broadcasts program the Sui Ross orchestra broadcast a program from the fort Stockton broadcasting station wednesday the 16th they were on the air from 9 until look clock according to miss Irma Lee Matey director tile Fob lowing numbers were Given the spec ii Aris department and the mask and Slipper dramatic club have presented a series of programs Tor the purpose of observing National drama week these programs Haw been Given under the flirtation of miss Nell m Smith head of the speech arts department at the Texas teachers association in Al pasturing november of la a year. Plan were made la it the speech arts teachers for the observation of this week. February i to 19 miss Smiths classes and the members of the dra Matte Eligil have been working on Liis for some time. Two plays Anil a program of talks have been pro outed the purpose in this kind of program was to gig lie student body a general idea of the trend of Anteri an drama tile meaning and purpose of National drama week and to give some examples a i Worth while plays the first of tiles plays Quot tile trusting place Quot a comedy by Booth Tarkington was Given Chapel by tin member Mutt a Lii tile leading role. Lain clot Driggs a lad of Iii typical Tarkington Quot seventeen Quot tag was played Ivy Delbert 11 ii 11�?��?� it this is tit first play who ii tin Dramata Lull has presented tills veal it wok very Well received a a a the audience wednesday there were two Short talks on subjects from american lira mat in work Ami an essay from Ste Pion Leacock was read Friday. He last play Quot the other on Ivy a t ii ii r ret chem. Was i Iii thin Flay night the three program Var it combined into offered to tile pubic All persons interested Iii i Iii form of entertainment were invited to a tend. On1 of tile largest groups before which the dramatic Lull has Ever Mozart Frank a rust i m Asea a i Brahms Gillett Strauss Mallory Bach Huncl Schubert sous Sousa Allen the Iiri for funds with which to build a new $25.ooo gymnasium for Sill Boss came to its culmination with a total of 94,Soo, either Given outright or pledged by la citizens of West Texas. The ranch men and the local commercial club responded most generously in contributing Lur the building of i lits Long needed Utility. The present plan is to ask the legislature for an additional amount of 920,000 for the proposed building this amount would sup pc mint hic $19.000 raised Here Ana would As Aire the building of the gymnasium according to present a ians ii seems that Hie citizens in the surrounding country sensed the actual need for a gymnasium of the first Cluss to Complete the athletic equipment already available. A s Gage of sail Antonio Holder of ran ii lands Iii his a county monday in gave to the anti tins rep of the dra i settled the largest Unity id tial gift donated the Alpine a Hamler of Commerce directors .1 a recent meeting agreed to underwrite of tile in cited amount further donation Wen made by Guy Combs of san Antonio and w Turney of Al paso each of whom contributed f i too in Llu last gift of f2. Not Cam ilk w 1-1 from a ranch Man it is his dear that lits name ii withhold however the 1 i a for funds has been most successful indeed and there a Ems a possibility that Furth r contributions May in made to the Hind in to near future in t w Lien construction of the new building will Start has not Bee def Pittely fief bled upon depending upon the action of the legislature ii is hoped that the construction will be performed proved a very App Reeis under w i during Hie summer in Hollywood High school will speak on $25,000 prizes to the boy and the the or Wenig won girl who write the Best essays on the internat Oul championship in his a what Woodrow w i Iso ii Means to address on the Constitution at Wash me Quot have been announced by Norington last june. Sarah Louse Are Man Davis. President of the Wood i old of Boston will speak on Quot Tho Row Wilson foundation Birthright of America they Are Bernard Baruch Edward led by the National High school or , Raymond Fosdyck Jesse Jones Chestra and the Organ the monday Cyrus Mccormick. Harry Morgan morning session will close with the singing of Quot America Tho monday afternoon there will be a number of groups discussing continued on lilt pigs i formal organization of tile Sui the names of the donors of the j Nogg scholarship society was completed on Friday afternoon with miss Cowan and miss Elliott repro Hunting the faculty. The officer were elected and tin corresponding Secretary w us instructed to sen by or. Boatright a full report from the local chapter to tin annual meeting of tin scholarship societies tin of filers chosen were president. Nina Belle mid Well b a., 1926. Vice president Duncan Scott. Recording Secretary Fannie May corresponding Secretary. Nancy Watson thaw George Norris miss Caroline Recs. And mrs Charles Tiffany. The conditions of the contest were a a Mei announced in a recent number of the Skyline and Are now posted on the Library bulletin Board minuet Don Juan it term Cuzo russe i ii ter Mezzo Caval Lier a Cana hungarian dance no. To loin Dii bal Pizzicato polka intermezzo March in c major Bol vill scherzo Imperial Edward March Hail spirit of Liberty Gallop the personnel of the orchestra is Plano it it ii Anderson violin Irma Lee Boley saxophone. Laura Causey clarinets Alex Mcgonagill. Henry Black. Thomas Inman cornets James Reed Tom Cross trombones. Howard Carter. W i Cowan Bass. Fred Haas the orchestra was accompanied on its trip by til1 Alpine rotary i til sextet and miss Guenther from the Muic department of til College Olio Sang treasurer Leo t. Murray members of the Council faculty miss Cowan and Missy Heyworth students Johnnie Weyerts Hoe Ellen Murray and Louis Loeffler. Tin faculty advisory committee includes or. Mody c Boatright miss blather Elliott and or f. G. Walker Tive audience fur this program. Tile program in detail follows Quot the trusting place Booth Tarkington characters Lancelot Briggs Delbert Hurley is. Fannie Briggs Odessa Crunk Missic Briggs Blanche Catter Rupert Smith Rudolph Millard mrs. Curtis Nancy Watson a the mysterious voice Quot James Swann Henry Ingoldsby Warner Reid scene tin lounge of a fashion Ali hotel time an afternoon Iii Spring talk Quot National drama by Dunean Scott. Quot the decline it it Fhi drama Quot an essay Ivy Stephen Lea my t Pearl Crockett. Talk. Quot american drama and Bra a tests Quot by in Ellen Murray Quot the other one Arthur Ketchem Cha racier Bambini red Warner Rei vile Connecticut kill Lynn Kell the other one Richard Ltd Gillespie scene a i Lear space under a in 11 Toad Bridge time the Day before tomorrow order that the building May be finished by i adultery i 1927, tile opening of til next Hting session architects e to harmonize with main building the struck lire it ii been assured will differ from of most Colleg gymnasiums in that it will with the architecture of tin administration building and it will he an adornment to the Campus rather than something thut one constantly has to Iii pc excuses about the material to be used is hollow til with the Trot exposure faced in red Brick Aud White Stone to match the administration building the buttress a where they Are used will i a of Cobblestone which will harmonize with tin Cobblestone adornments Al Leady built on hic Campus the building throughout will lie of first i lass Quality both from a standpoint tit the architecture and the Type of material used the building us it is How pineal d will by constructed into three divisions at on end of the i to i i i i do the departments for the ii continued on last Page basketball tournament to be held this week because it if weather conditions the interscholastic District basketball tournament was p a toned from last week to Friday and saturday of this week great interest was taken in the tournament in which the Alpine High school won District Hon coming Surprise program at Chapel thursday morning february 24. Best number of the year. Skilled artists. High class fun. Admission $1.00. Students and Fracul admitted free if they present student activity tickets

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