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Alpine Sul Ross Skyline (Newspaper) - June 15, 1927, Alpine, Texas Sul Ross Skyline published by the students of the sul Ross state teachers College. Alpine. Texas wednesday. June 15. 1927 volume in. It 11 Ere to 11 West is number 15 enrolment at sul Ross recreational pro reaches total of 4 6 spam planned one Hundred and seven Texas counties and four other states represented Sophomore class leads others cottages solve the Points of interest that Are housing problem accessible to sul Ross studies a m w record for enrolment in Sui Ross for any one term was established at the in ginning of tin notify for degrees in August. Although Sill Ross offers no de Gree higher than the Bachelor s input r uiri1 Iii summer session with 481 students of Light College graduate various classifications enrolled in the institution. This figure does not include the pupils in the demonstration school. As to classification the Ibi students Are distributed As follows sub College. 72. Sui Ross tin. Summer is off ring unusual recreational opportunities Tor students. Everyone should be a pier Able to find his place in one or More activities for the Catalon of Mccrea tonal of Mirt unit irs is carried enough to meet the the hands of a vat Hull v id a i. Sports of All kinds Are being or gain Zed for students. The Golf links and Tennis courts on the College Campus Are easily accessible to All students and Are on a for their Uniat All hours. Tournaments univ Loire taking conducted in these shirts if Skiffi work preparatory to entering Grad j Cint interest is manifested. Dan mite schools. J cock la a affords ample of Nir Tuni ties for swimming. Basket Hall teams will in formed if the demands special �?~25. Freshman 107. Sophomore 14 2. Junior 75. Senior 85. Graduate 8. One unusual feature of the enrolment is the relatively Large number of upperclassmen. As a rub in Sui Ross As in other colleges the freshman class is larger than any other summer this summer the number the students of any other classification while the middler of juniors closely approximates the Are As Cro graphical Hixt nution hid i lie student body comes from 107 counties in All parts of Texas from four states other than Texas and from one nation other than the i United states. Counties represent cd by ten or More students follows Brewster 85. Al paso �?~20. Harris 14. Mitchell to. Runnels in. Val verde i �?~2. States other than warrant it. It is Hon a that a limn la r of hikes to nearby Points can in organised from time to time during the summer. Picnics will in a favorite form of entertainment. All of the asses As Well As various other Organiza Lions among the student body plan to have picnics from time to time. Later in the summer will in the annual Scenic drive provided free of charge for All students. This drive gives students an of her Unity to see Lexas from some of the Beautiful Davis Motin sophomores out which students come Are country. Represented by one student okla-1 besides tiles things directly under the auspices of tile College there number of freshmen five seniors fifteen of the thirty will probably Boma by two students Arizona by three students new Mexico by one student. One student comes from old Mexico. Sub College has commencement on june �?~2. It h it o clock the Suh Toto lege class held its lion exercises in the old go Amli Tori in. Hon. Ii. O. Metcalfe of Marfa j delivered the commencement address to the graduates. Address miss Ruth Anderson favor cd the audience with a piano Solo. Or. Ratliff then presented the Twenty three graduates with their highs him a diplomas Ami Eer Tifi Cates. The girls were attractively dress cd in Whites it Ort dresses which add cd More to the occasion. Are unusual of Nir unities for group outings. There Are places easily accessible to students suited for All a a i kinds of recreational activities "7�?� aah of Ofa s Awa Al. Sam it hikes All Day outings week la Amu it it thu holi. Axum pm dams. And fishing trips. Patch will lathe in his where in this Pam a will found a description of some of places which will he of special Terest to students. I ii Sui Ross coaches their w Ives and thirty six Sui Ross students were present at the fourth annual banquet of the Lobo t club held at the Holland hotel at 7 o clock on the evening of saturday. May �?~21. Fuqua younger the president of the club acted As the toastmaster for the event of the year of Lur the athletic men after the first course Rudolph the two teams. Mellard stayed Millard gave a history of the club route for the Lobos and save the cottage program As a Solo finn for boarding House problems is meeting with Success in Sui Ross. More requests were re i lived for cottages than could a a Silv be filled. do the summer students find tin cottages tin most satisfactory Rooming plan. To the nine original cottages com filled last summer six new ones have been added and Are now being occupied by students. Eight Adili carnal cottages Are now ining built and will soon be ready for occupancy. All of tiles cottages Are rent cd. And tin students Are anxiously waiting until their Homes Are ready. The cottages a Small stucco buildings. Each has a fair sized living Rimini two a Cdr my is. A hath and a combination Kitchen and breakfast room. The houses Are fully furnished and rent for Twenty five dollars a month. It is a requirement that at least three students must stay in each cottage. This arrangement allows for one Eha a Rone or extra member of a family. Due to the present crowded conditions some of the cottages Are being occupied by As Many As seven a opt. Gillespie tit m in Iii Semi >11 class Fos the i ip-27 Schimek Sessi of ten students Are granted degrees Iii Iii Gri i s were granted to Sui Boss students it the College comme rat me it. Friday june a i at the Roll be auditorium. After the add is by Hon. It. E. Thomason or Grecs Wen presented to the follow my students it. M. Bankhead. It. J. Brauna. Edna Erwin. A Amu lord. Horace mor Clim a. Leo Murray. Mrs. Ellen Murray. Nancy Watson Johnnie i verts. Drury Wimmis. Sophomore diplomas were pre so need to the following students Mamie Bowdoin. Thomas d. Bowles. Clarence Cody. Pearl Crockett. Leah Edwards. John la. Fortner. Louise Noble. The senior class for the summer term was organized at the following the j a evasion. This pcs iou class hoax after the noon hour on thursday june to. The Junior class met and organized in rim Iii a it 18. Kila Weyers acted As chairman during the election. The following officers were elected president Quot Mack Mcdonald of it Ichita Falls. Texas. Vice president. Mrs. Terry. Rochelle Texas. Secretary and treasurer Joyce Calliham Elpaso. Miss Britt was elect i sponsor. The president then took charge and Quot Pepper a the class up with a Brief outline of Junior activities for the summer. Each Junior introduced himself by giving his name and place of residence. The president made the statement that a a each Junior should show his College and class spirit by attending the class a hos is Hasch ill came of Sessix the Lobos completed the ip�?T27 was the lax j has Hall schedule by defeating the any Inq Mirance Camp Marfa soldiers. This was i tile third game to in placed Between. A a a Quot a a a the a a. For together w Ith its purpose. This was j some costly errors would have pitch followed by reviews of past foot a cd shut out Hall. Ile kept the seven hits Well scattered and walked univ Bingham injured a Finger game and was not placed hour Friday june 17. The Fol lowing officers were elected president diehard Gillespie. Vier president. Warner held. Secretary treasurer. Dorothy Fig on. Sponsor. Miss Smith. Theft Are 85 students who unclassified As seniors. A Large it. I Lytfi of these a candidate s for tin Bachelor s degree Iii August. Kalph Peters. Bessie Sharp. May Winston. Isabel Yates. Eleven Mople received freshman 1 Mim certificates. These stud tits Wert w. Ii. Bingham bul a v de an. I v nuke by in g. Kelly amb son is lion. Merritt i w it bars. By in i in ilk Rosalie Hassell. Mitt loud Lier. M in i u bl.-,neb,�?T Small w Oigt it i Bettie loll Wayland. The Section around Alpoim is unti to ii a i la i a Rich in Points of interest either for tin in historic connections or their Scenic Beauty. And number of these 11 aces is easily accessible to students win Are interested in visiting them. They afford on it a unities for every kind of trip Short hikes or drives All Dav excursions. Or week end visits. They Range in distance from five Miles to some ,t2i Miles. Many mints of unusual Beauty lie within a radius of 12 or 15 Miles. In he twin sister mountains which Sui Ross faces afford a Fine climb Tor Stiim cml morning. They Are a Gim a Deal Steerm a and rougher than a first glance would indicate and some farther from town than one might think. The hiker has some five Miles to go before tile a Tual climb begins. The Low scrub by Range Iii front of the twins is called Lizard Mountain. Hikers of ten visit the Lone Sentinel on Lizard and try to learn from Bim the secret i of buried treasure for legend has it that Many liars of Silver were hid i do Here in stage coach Days. A favorite nearby picnic spot is Ranger Canyon Alnut five Miles out. There Are three prongs of this j Canyon All of which hold much pleasure for the determined climber. The great rough boulders the Trees and running water make rang it r i any on one of the most he Auti i fill must s around Alpine. Alioth Rev la liked a met on of the lovelies near Alpine is Para disc any on behind twin Sisters and Sunn five or six Miles from Al Pine. I he level Green Valley stir rounded by mountains makes an a Al Pine for picnics. For the energetic Pirson there is of Nirun try for Sunn Good climbing Maiv in Maxy Sci Koss Sti sexes att sex i pcs Hay schools Hall. Basketball Aud has Hall sea sons by Horace Morel my and Lien j two men. By lease. The last Toast of the before til evening was Given to the ladies by i in the line up. Alford was also Walter Caldwell. Missing from the lineup. Withers the Eluh is an organization among played Short and held that position the letter men of Sui Ross. This j very consistently. Reed was placed Groi i has grown from a member at second and Mcneil played first. Sci file Soldier played a Good Brand the churches of Alpine report marked increases in sunday sell Mil attendance following the a mining of summer session the following is tit attendant for june 12. As re ported in the Alpine Avalanche methodist. 188. Baptist i Wmk Brist Ian to i. Episcopal. 11. Presbyterian Titt. Another increase in number of Sal Ross degrees ship of twelve a cml a in li�2t to a present membership of fifty. At the 27 banquet two former presidents were present. Walter Caldwell and Rudolph Mellard. The semen served Iii 1921 and 1125. Two three letter men lifelong to the Eluh. Guy Smith and Ray Mcneil. The of Fie a is elected for the coming year were Moco howler president Ruddy Withers vice president and Bill Bingham Secretary treasurer. The chief Pur my so of the Eluh is to bring the letter men of the College into ones Mial group and promote closer relationship la tween tin men. Initiations Are held each year when new letter men Are added to the list of members. Koss escapes Sci a Hook s Pervil of Hall. Ile avy hitting on the part of the Olms accounted for the Large score. The final score was i f 2. Patronize Skyline advertisers. A cording to the a Ltd it received saturday from Austin Sui Boss is the Only teachers col leg cd serious cuts Iii the appropriations for the next in i uni. To 1927 summer students s. K. Skyline stake Sot yet hoses the entire regular staff for the issues of the Skyline during the Short session has not yet been chosen. The editor in chief mrs. Zoe Ellen Murray bad charge of the publication for tile first two terms during the Long session. The first Issue has been nut out entirely by willing and energetic reporters. Sui him Prouex Xor return or Gilley head of the depart in it of mathematics in Sui Ross i and his family returned wednesday j from Austin where or. Gilley has been working on his masters do Gree. Miss i Loyd Gilley Bas Regis i Terr for the Slimmer term. The Iii Leys will resume charge of the dormitory or. Mody c. Boatright profs i Sot of English in Sui Ross and his a managing editor a sports i family returned from Austin with Tor a society editor and an exp galleys. Or. Boatright has been change editor remain to be chosen corking on ins doctors degree for practically every of Texas is represented Iii the student body at Sui Rons for the sum Mer of 1927. Ii is a Fine tiling for Thi it cosmopolitan group of teachers from Over the state to he associated with each other during a period of Alp of Many peo town do a not realize that not Lii Section Tower to a a height of Aud that the scenery of the Davis the August graduating class will by the largest Sill Boss has or had according to figures from tin registrar s office. Fourteen hav Al ready applied Tor flu Bachelor s a grrr. Several a of these have air adv in ii cheeked by to committee and their work found satisfactory. Those who have made formal a 1 plication and the Der s Tor which that Esi a they Are applying Are Iti Ehard c. Gillespie it. S l. Hill Kiev it. S. Dorothy lag Iii. It. S. Leslie it. Martin it. S. Fannie May. It. A. Rudolph w. Mellard it. A. Samuel e. Nelson it. S. Mililani s. Noun ally. It Gladys Peters la. A. Merrill pounce a it. A. Warner Reid. It. A. Melvin i. Stover it. A. Mrs. Delight Tassin h. S mrs. Myrtle mrs. Jane c s. Three months in the a a pie from your Home Many Peak 9,000 feet. Mountains rival e Hgt be that your he raters serving on the staff for this Issue Are Joyce Callahan. Ikuji Nie May. J. T. My Alacce Arrie Mac Vogt. Mary Mccullough Eva Landers. Changet management or. G. E. Sanders superintendent of schools at Canadian. Texas will have charge of the Sui Ross Bookstore for the summer term. Or. Sanders is enrolled As a student in Sui Ross. Ile takes the place of or. Leo t. Murray who had charge of the store during the Long term. The past year. He will resume his duties As instructor and his Kisi Tion As sponsor of the Skyline. Mrs. Boatright will teach French during the summer ii Eck a tio a l s Himm is i hours for recreational swimming have been changed. Girls May swim for pleasure Between the hours of 5 and to on tuesdays thursdays and saturdays and from 7 to 8 on mondays wednesdays and Fri j Days. 1 i Hill it get Cly tirades. Will Conj it it \ it or stay in i he Little City among the Hills that you will form Many friendships before the it u in in e r is Over that von will find much pleasure in your week end trips to the nearby canyons and that your work will he the most satisfactory you have Ever done. Kind your place in the social order in the College and in the churches. Plan your program in As to do a High <ua1it\ of work and at the same time enjoy a summer s Outing. We Are glad that you came let tis help you to make the most of y our summer. Write letters to your friends Tell them a that you think of the West and the Davis mountains. Pix is in Taxt eke Francis Moore a former paso boy now on of tit outstanding i i mists of the a listed states will give a concert in the Oil g. Auditori Iii. Monday june 20, at 9 80 a Iii. Or. M mire s in us in has Bern Calli d a painting for the Ile has til Happy gift of spontaneity in his mils in that is present Iii too few Art i St s. His playing is tins a Joy to him and Iii tins Way passes Jot to Bis 11 St in ners. Francis Moore with in a few years has become one of our most popular soloists besides in my oui of our youngest. Sill Ross students will enjoy hearing this v my pianist display his rare Artis tie ton ii or Cottle to How ,1 you Liap in to miss biology class yesterday a Hinckley did a Ever see those Steps just before you get Down to the basement a Yir. Cuttle a Why Hinckley Quot Well i did Savory suppers hate Bern eaten j a r the big Oaks of Paradis i Ive Miles out the i ruling Tia Road is big Mill. Cd Road winding Over this Steep Lull gives a Beautiful View j of the Valley below. On reaching the top of big Hill on is confront cd with a marvelous vow. I.,hiking straight across country one eau be Tor at least 85 Miles wok after Peak rises Iii til Distant sliding with tie dim outhit of mount Liv Erin in sunny Den a Miles from Al Pill is oui of tile most interesting Points in this Vicinity. Besides be my neb Iii Scenic Beauty and afford Fin places Tor pie men it is of Peculiar nit rest because of its connect Loo with Indian lore several i i arg caves Are located Iii sunny Glen and tiles Are interesting to explore. Many valuable Indian relies hav been unearthed in these eaves souk it which May be seen in the mils inn Iii the Collig building. Even vet Oil Iii a find Many indications of til Prim it i a life among the indians. The Bird mines some to or 12 Miles from Al due. A. Often v visited by tourists. Work Iii these old Silver mines Bas Long since been than dolled. Bolder Peop Imlay. Tho like to explore tiles. Old mines. Much interest is attached to them. Rising to a height of about 1800 feet above the surrounding country in it r. Peak is one of to highest and most Beautiful of til Davis moan Tams those vim Are Brave enough to Seal this rough Steep Peak a rewarded with a magnificent View i rom the. Top of Mitre the towns it fort Davis Alpine and Marfa unav b. A. Ii and Peak aft. R Peak Breaks the. So v i inc Iii direction near Mitre Peak is Fern Canyon. I. W spots m this s. It iou rival i a in Anyon Iii Scenic he laity hug boulders great Shad , Lowers of every Hue ferns running water All Roii Trilma to make Fern Canyon on it the loveliest Sites around Alpine it is now i my converted in to a Park and Slimmer resort. Cot tag. S a being guilt. And Copl. Are making this Cool picturesque spot their summer Home. Paisano Baptist Encampment ground. 12 Miles West of Alpine is j located on til highest Swit along or. Hinckley the Southern Pacific railway by your tween new Orleans and san Frau Cisco. Hundreds of Mople gather Here from various parts of the state each summer to attend this encamp in it and at the same time enjoy collies la. S. Williams. It. Continued on Lait Page

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