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Alpine Sul Ross Skyline Newspaper Archives May 4 1927, Page 1

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Junior edition sul Ross Skyline Junior edition published by the students of the sul Ross state teachers College. Alpine. Texas wednesday. May 4. 1927 volume where the West is number 13 sol Ross granted admission to t. I. P. A. Kkt for etchings on Obray Al Ari Mil to Lorhn Macro re Modale plans Lor commence Brand editors chosen men Are completed n a j. N by student election delegates from More than score of colleges attend Sui Hosa was granted Admix Tion to the texan intercollegiate pre association when representative from Nome Twenty of the leading College of Texas convened at Trinity University. Waxahachie texan at the annual convention of the t. I. I. A. April 29 and 30. Which was the seventeenth annual affair of the association surpassed College Tennis championship determined Tom a mss for the second time thl year won the boys single Tennis this convention tournament of the College. He Defeated Scales last wednesday afternoon in the finals by a decisive mar Ever since the fall Erie were opened they have been plot a Ting Forward the work of Elisabeth Keefer Houston girl who St tulle i etching in Chicago and later be came the leading Pupil and assistant of Joseph Pennell with whom she nub and the was working at the time of Iii Dlton of the death. Without having seen miss i Reefer or knowing anything about i her except thut Lier work a Good i the Hertogs gave her etchings a 1 Good place in third galleries. Their Confidence in miss Keefer a Worth is timing justified daily both the co Mem fluent event for they a hate beet outlined by tile Roth ni11and a anticipated by Maul us flu most Complete and enterprising a i1 that Havi Ever been held at Sui to to Date miss Iusti that a and miss Whitey have Alread started the rehearsals of tit try Hora orchestra for tile a ii up Tai Nill of or i ii i to Gratt. These events will begin on sat or Day. May 28. With the presidents act Piton it the president Horn thl Mcgonagill to edit annual of 28 Fortner sole contender for photograph editor former s. R. Instructor to succeed Melton prof j. La head who taught in event is an annual affair and tinsel to during the summer of i a i a. In number of attending delegates Kin. Although Wallace Scales afford any previous convention. More than too Delegate were guests of Trinity University and attended the proceeding of the meeting during the two Days. The first Assembly of the convention was held Friday morning at to o clock in the University auditorium. At this gathering. Or. John h. Burma president of Trinity University delivered the address of weled him More Competition than tic a. Had from collegians this year. Scales and Cross both played a bang up game but the Strain told on Seale who a forced to Bow to the steadier service and the surer placements of Cross after he had won the first set easily at 6-4 and had forced the second set to a Deuce score before Cross pulled it out of the fire with a 9-7 count. Cross then took two come. Quot the writer rules today Quot i straight sets by 6-1 and 6-1 to win said president in urdu. Quot and the Jour the necessary three out of five sets. Palist influences the opinions of the this tournament was started about group More than any other to weeks ago with some ten or More or. J. J. Taylor principal speaker entries. Cross York Caldwell and Otth morning was then introduce. Scales were favourites from the Bogin de. Or. Taylor editor for the dal Nin Thlu it weathered the first Las morning news and one of the round with flying colors and then most influential newspaper men in Cross eliminated Ork in two Burd the South gave a stimulating talk fought sets at 6-4 and 14-12 scale a of unusual journalistic interest. The principal attraction of tile second Day of the convention was Den Walter Williams president of the world press Congress and Veteran Dean of the school of journalism of the University of Missouri. Dean Williams chose As ills topic of discussion. Quot adventure in journalism Jam Krohne. President t i. I a. Presided at All meetings. Sui Ross bid for membership accepted the business session Wax tied at 2.30 p. In. Saturday. It was it this time that Sui Ross made petition for membership and was granted this privilege by the association. Tire j of her school Besid s Sui Ross Wert granted admission Texas techno logical College Wichita Falls Junior College and North Texas state teachers College. Old were then submitted by colleges who desired the convention in 1928, West Texas mate teachers College at Canyon a unanimously granted the of a port Unity Delmer Ashworth an a tiv bad a much easier tim1 wit ii Caldwell. Winning Iii match at to t and 6-3. Fro then Lieut Chapman who Iii Quot. Drawn a Bye to enter the Semi finals with Little trouble til a score being 6-1 anti 6-1, the Scales Cross match then followed. Based on their records against the Champion. Scales deserves Sceon. I lace and York third. Cross As a remit of Iii decisive Triumph for the second time this year now has won a place As singles player on til1 Sill Ross Tennis team. Lias been elected according to or. I. K Cloctt president of the line school Hoard to succeed s m Melton i Aho Ila resigned a head of Iii school system of tin Cit or head comes her from Cuero where lie a superintendent last year and a Al isl beet re fleeced prior to his experience at Cuero he served in tile a Iii rapacity at fort Stockton i where ii remained for three years at Stim ton or. Head was a ii Cess in every Way. It was while he a in that City that tile new High school building a erected Ami ii a a great Factor in raising the of a it Stockton High school to th1 High educational plane upon which reference to bringing on More of her1 he i the mayor of Hix City. A prom 1 to now text or. Head in a Fine Dis Vork for Houston and with nent lawyer a graduate of the uni Cip Linaria. A Good Public speaker the Hope of obtaining example of verify of Texas and at one Tim a j and very Active in All Ort of civic her etching in the recent Kastern it candidate for the governor a hip of work. Ii Bas among Iii Oiler Abil shows. This stati1. He is undoubtedly one of it Lex a Fine Talent for Muxie which til1 South West s most capable speak lie constructively cry and will deliver an inspiring and Good Tenor a in dress. A Large crowd is expected to be out to the Best exercises that Sill ii ass has Ever had. Those students who will receive their degrees on that night Are Al a Erwin Horace Morelock or. Leo t Murray mrs. In Ellen Murray. Become an indispensable part of the commencement programs at Sui Ross judgment passed upon it when visit College the alumni banquet will in held at tile i lid in to Al hotel Ami alumni a urged to lie present. Til a commencement services will i held sunday morning. May 29, at til the College auditorium with or Huren Sparks delivering the address this service will also serve As the address for th1 sub College. Th1 College commencement exr else at which ten members of th1 Rector class will receive degree will he held in the auditorium on th�?T1 night of june 3. The speaker of th1 evening. Hon. R. K. Thomason of Al paso. Is a very distinguished person. Ors rom afar Are Iii til1 galleries. Leon distinguished French etcher who was in Houston recently praised miss Keefer a versatility her creativeness anti her skill undeclared that her work should in in parts. Preferred positions in th1 meantime Chicago and new York exhibitions of th1 most exclusive societies have Given miss Keefer a etchings preferred positions and so has received the notice from Many critics. The Hertogs Are in communication with her now with Gillespie appears on program at convention Richard Chai Lex lilt spic. Junior student in Sill loss anti acclaimed the ii standing undergraduate poet of Texas colleges mud1 his appearance on several programs during the two Days convention proceedings of the Texas intercollegiate press association at Waxahachie Texas. Or. Worker on th1 College Publica Juies Pii accepted the invitation to ton of that school was elected pres-1 Kov. Two lectures of one hour ouch tit ident for the ensuing year. J Trinity University literature classes. The Texas intercollegiate press Asj anti sp0i<. It both the banquet and Klyzub Coli Keefer is a vital diligent student and Ber etchings Hanoi a strength Anil poignancy that Murk Lier fur achievement. For tile past1 j two years she has been instructor in j Art in the state College for teachers at Alpine. There she has devoted i much of her time to perfecting a new process in etching which she a Taco end while working in new York nub or Wanton and Johnnie Wey fore the death of Pennell. She found i Quot a 11,1 a Loni la Bache the country around Alpine prolific or of Art Quot Abs h m Lank with subject matter. Her work has had m j Lannon. Warren urn. A Quality that la distinctive in a Field leu it Wood wlm a pelted of constant experimentation Lions receive the Rachel or of science degree. Six of tile above named Are from Alpine. From til exhibit shown her1 last the program As it i now outlined week. Seven of the prints were sold follows president s reception mrs. Farms Quot the hurrying Ludy Quot mrs. Kokernot Canyon Anil a a Sunrise on James Swami Quot sunnis miss Al i in it t nigh school toot miss ton dispatch utilises. Ii Lias a and is also a to shed performer on the Cornet in 1922 to Organ and conducted it hand at Stockton which claimed of i Twenty i his in Active number int while instructing Iii i coling Here lie was engaged in the activities of the musical organizations of this Iii -1 i t ii 11< m. Sui it it Lola its Aud faculty members Are overjoyed to hear thai Alpine a Bien fortunate in be Tang a person so successful and capable Tor t to t important position. Or head will i received with a heart w Cleome on saw Quot Lilliput Canyon a a a a Sunrise on sax Aynesworth the dragon presidents Home saturday. May 28, s 30 . Commencement service College auditorium. Sunday. May 29. 11 00 . Alumni banquet Holland hotel. Thursday june 2. 1 30 . Sub College graduating of Xercie is j wins 11, t College auditorium. Thursday. June 2, 8 30 . College commencement Colleg auditorium Friday june ii. 830 . $2500 College cruise scholarship offered \ $2anti scholarship xxii i it. Given both diversity travel a Quot elation to the undergraduate Man indent place in an a con a a is now timing in a Gix a a to to a roust a int College a nil a id the scholarship interest in t ii be around the Worlo Nida Tion bids fair to continue its Brilliant history and indications Are that the coming year in its history will be just As successful As any of the preceding ones. Alpine High school to graduate fifteen fifteen students will graduate it Iii commencement exercises at the Alpine High school on the night of May 20. The speaker for the occasion has not As yet been definitely determined but the Hon. R. E. Thomason mayor of Al Puso who will deliver the address at the College commencement has been invite it i by supt. Melton. Rev. R. F. Davis of the local methodist Church has been selected to preach the Sermon at the baccalaureate services which will be held on sunday morning. May 15. The graduates Are Louise Scott Roy May. Ray Roberts Crystal Holland Hatcher. Lucille Miles Grace it Arter. Bessie Chyle Leath Mary Mccutcheon Johnnie Ruth Allen Jane Garrett. Velma Johnson Margaret Friend. Norman lease Thomas skew Upton. And Harry Watson. Lobos Challenge Elpaso team again on May 17-18 Sui Ross Lobos Plaj two games in Elpaso with the Al it a Aso Copper leagues. Both games will be Good contests for we know what the Southern Pacific team representing the Copper league can of they beat us in two Good games on our own Jackson Field recently. Th1 evening entertainment feature following the banquet. Th1 University a i asses received with enthusiasm or. Gillespie s remarks which dealt wit i the works of Edna St. Vincent Millay. At th1 banquet Friday evening and the program Given in the College i auditorium immediately following the banquet or. Gillespie s talks were of a More formal nature. It was at the College auditorium thut he made his principal talk speaking on a the importance of the minor Quot the minor poets Quot stated Tho speaker a a do not need a champions they carry their own colors. Rut Nev tex0n nine takes two heated Competition evident Ball games from Lobos de in girls Tennis tourney april 22 and 23 Iii to Loti the bos lost two Gimli allies to the Lake Oil company. Both games wer hurling duds throughout. Martin in tile first game despite his consistent pitching lost tin Loa heated elimination contest i big taking place on the College course this week while th1 girls Tennis teams of the classes ar1 playing for tit1 class championship the win i lug class will have tin names of it gam1 through errors from other to players on the Mueh talked of Loving bos. Quot his Heyman of th1 oilers won. Cup thut rests in the Library. Each the gam1 in the last inning with Ai year the Ciuha victorious Lias its rep Erth Eless there is a widespread inter the Lobos scoreless while est in poetry and its is during th1 followers pounded our pitchers period of greatest interest in Urt thut works of classical impression Are he continued. Or. Ii two senior girls forge drive that Withers lost in the Sun. Heyman pitched two Good games lie sides his Homer in Hie first game. The score was 5 to 4. Saturday the oilers won again through Good playing Ami Lobo errors. Lee a former Copper Lea gut i his for 13 runs. Les Pic then read a number of his own i poems. The favourable recognition of or. Gillespie s poetry is steadily growing an these talks Only served to Widen his Clr 1 of supporters. Programs Given by sul Ross people Junior classification it i a Well known fact that misses Fannie May and Nancy Watson who Are sen tors in order to he admitted to the sol Ross scholarship society the master mind society had to a a classified i juniors president Anil mrs. Morelock miss music and speech arts depts Aid in May pole festival Smith miss Guenther miss Ander son. And Rudolph Mallard gave a j program at fort Stockton monday morning May 2. Although Rudolph Mellard Anil miss Anderson returned to school. President and mrs. More lock und miss Smith went to the meeting of the women a Federated clubs of Texas sixth District at a zone. Or. Morelock plans to give a lecture there on Quot the Challenge of childhood Quot and miss Smith give a group of readings. On saturday evening april 3<i at 7 o clock the Sui to orchestra in Lier the direction of miss hat. \ to a tiler with miss Margaret Guenther Anil miss Nell Smith took an import taut part in a musical program held in fort Davis under the auspices of the fort Davis study club the program was Given at the will Reesey Home in Conn Hon with May pole dance and flt St Val to a Resen Taticea names engraved on the cup. The Sophs and seniors have met and the exalted ones vanquished the sophomores. The Junior will play the fish Thi finals will in Between th1 seniors th1 sub College and x1 inning team of the Junior fish it or test. The teams ar1 i seniors Johnnh a eyerts. Nancy Watson juniors ton inv Franklin flirt Gordon. Sophs Leah Edward Mila foul son fish Dylan turn a Laura fan Quot exp sub col i leg Zillas Lull a Cut to Varner if course til in lot Xxiii probe Bly and properly win i med by fort Davis school a Hll Dreu und i to Dir lion t miss Lena Terrill Aud assistant there were also Mush tans from fort Davis taking part Quot ii the program the fort Daxi people according to their usual hospitality go i a delightful dinner which is being clustered ii the sam1 association offering the Pri a the s. S id Adam or the timer sit afloat xxii tax new York Iii a september 1927, for an eight months tour including Iii it. Itinerary some 25 or More foreign count tie i i i parts of the world. Reside til1 t a Al. Courses will be offered by competent instructors tit both get. Luat a and Post graduate work. The th1 second cruise and is limited to &Quot.7.1 men Ami the contest is thereto a open Only to men students this scholarship will provid Ltd a tile total expense incurred upon to tri i tuition passage Aud lie do 1114 expenses ar1 All paid try Fri award the subjects of th1 Ess mix in chosen from til following i tile International Point Quot i vow in education the influence of the Quot a t i fast contrasts in Eastern my w i Xii iou contestant Lime in r Lily if furl to r rules to in is in i to Brief us follow must be Type writ a Mcgonagill wll known student and member it get tit1 Sophomore class was elected Friday morning april 30, at Chapel to a the office of. 11 Tor of Tivet years College annual. John Fortner ran for photograph editor wit i no opposition. These students were named by the nominating my Mil tee and their names presented to the student body at Assembly hour miss Beatrice Davis was nominated front the floor for the office ? of editor miss Davis was th1 Only person eat red in opposition to my Goi Magill. Mcgonagill is a Sophomore coming Here from Elpaso High school two years ago. While Here he has been prominent in student affairs being at this time att net Ive member und Exchange editor of the Skyline. Ile is Well liked among All the students Anil will have Loir Hearty support. Former is als a Sophomore who came lier1 from Marfa where his fatties is county clerk. John Henry is popular among Tii students und is also Well represented in All the College Altair Fortier is Well fitted for Hilo w position of photo editor Iii All respects Mianne Ayu Worth. Hair Man a a i tin nominating committee took charge of the Assembly and told Mitzi ebbing of the processes such a committee went through before coming to a a hone sli1 told of the requirements of each officer and the abilities and aptitudes that Tach nominee must posses sin mentioned the tact that the officers whoever Al i cd must tic xxx Illing to begin work immediately Ami devote much Filiti to Loir task even when the nor pleasant ones interfere. Miss nun Worth fit ii presented the a Nom Lier commute had chosen and asked til student body to Bear Wadi Iii mind Lier preliminary Arguta lits then Iii declared that anyone wishing to make a nomination a a 111 i ii so miss Beatrice Davit xxx i Lien nominated tin Brand stat will be completed ext year when to ult member xviii appoint a in rare editor Aud the or Sill at will nam1 a business manager the member of tile nominating a a a ii ii 11 a a Wen i , la chairman Delbert Hurley and Rudolph a hard from till years stall and a Rcpt Unitive t rom each a la Drury Wood from the seniors i in Kelly Mon til juniors loin Williamson sophomores Anil buddy wittier freshmen were the class repro Matin that completed the committs. Th1 entire membership of th1 to Dent Bialy heartily approved these Lection of tit Brand editors of 1927-28. Amt with the utmost Confidence in the Tarn san and tin abilities of t to two new officer Sui Ross students ar1 expecting next years annual to lie every bit As Good As any it Hie preceding yearbook it t 1 n a a i sni Lutish ii accompanied Iii. A College official stain.1 hot is in Good funding by and that to the under the Large Cottonwood Trees on Thiv a Lawn there was a larg1, appreciative an Wienc present who pronounced the a ent n successful and gala occasion hey letter trom lint t lie Ullin to Quot col in St of his i now ledge the essay is entirely origin. And the age name Aud Homo old of the contestant must to Gix n Quot to a separate she Quot a of paper. information Perth Nung i the itinerary of the cruise the course n be offered and Ary Oiler subject relative to the tour May be had by writing to the University travel association inc. 28 Madison Avenue new York City Patron sky 11 a advertisers w a. A. Council banquet truth evening of april 23, the women at Blet i association our Cli to 11 its annual banquet Iii the girls gymnasium the National so hem a carried out in the toasts rn.nu-, Ami tin costumes. I Aura Baa. A very delightful Ami Clever toils ministre Ken Gor a Ion toasted the a i it i members pres Iii Pearl fro Kelt Gal a Toast to i. Bat a tin Fatu Ity Honor guest Willcut May toasted the Honor guest who were Fannie Max and Adrian Turney Johnny Wey Tea Gay. A Toast to i Britt Nancy Watson toasted Sui Ross and each member of the Council Gay. A Toast to the port of which she is manager miss Britt delighted everyone As a Spanish runner w Hen she gave Lier to t in Spanish. Nancy Watson acting a interpreter. The following menu want red i Agua fria. Dutch treat belgian hares italian All. Swiss souffle tiny titbits Texas English Tea biscuits Oriental ensemble icelandic Fred Obi scotch Ayr whale and French pastry

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