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Alpine Sul Ross Skyline Newspaper Archives May 18 1927, Page 1

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Alpine Sul Ross Skyline (Newspaper) - May 18, 1927, Alpine, Texas Sul Ross Skyline published by the students of the sul Ross state teachers College. Alpine Texas wednesday May is. 192 volume in. To Here the i 11 w number 14 Usu. Awards con Ruid on seven an to receive this Spring they seven St int. Hts w. A a. Awards Are As follows pins. Willona May. Fannie May. Laura Causey Merrill Pouncey. Sweaters Nancy Watson and de Riel 2 Ordo n. Blanket. Johnnie Weyerts. The honors awarded to women students Are earned on the basis of the Point system adopted by the woman a athletic association. Besides the Observance of health and prac a Tice rules the following Points must be earned according to the rules outlined by the association. So t pin 450 Points sri to sweater. 800 Points sri to Blanket 1000 Points. Miss Willena May has been president of the woman s athletic association during the current year. She was Rifle manager during the session of 1025-26, and has earned Points in All sports except Golf. She received a red Cross life Saver badge and certificate during the summer of 1926. Miss Fannie May will receive her degree in August. She was one of the two Honor guests at the Council banquet and has always been interested in physical and social activities organized by the association. Miss Laura Causey is the first citizens to solve housing problem for College Twenty three cottages to be ready june 5 Lobos look Forward to a third southwestern championship after taking the unorganized southwestern conference football i championship for two successive years the Lobo pack is looking Forward to the 1927 season with eager anticipation a third championship would give Sui Ross a High seat in fourteen additional cottages six of which arc now under construe lion will he completed and read for occupancy by the beginning of thew Ammer term or. J. K. Canner. I of the housing committee has announced. Combined with the nine cottages completed last summer. There will be Twenty three cottage available for student use during the summer term. The housing problem has been an urgent one that has grown in complexity. With prospects splendid for cub mum Xvi new members annual banquet announced for May 21 officers to be elected at banquet the to Quot club met in called session last saturday evening at which time to w members were elected and plans for t to annual banquet mad the men w to wet. Considered and w in passed qualifications for entrant Weie Mot o i Low ter. Arnold in Nman. Buddy Withers. Horace Morelock or. And Ray mgt Nell these men were All i Nanini Sously elected to membership in the club. Plans Foi the annual weft fulls discussed. Tile Van to 11mxe the banquet at it i Lithe evening of a it 21. Junior class wins first place in Skyline contest sophomores take one first place one second president of Texas women a clubs visits sol Ross southwestern football circles. The l record summer school attendance football squad will assemble Early in september for fall training. The 1927 club led by Quot Duck younger will be a sure Winner for almost every position will be held Down by a Quot tried and trusted Quot Lobo. The Center position which will be vacant through the graduation of Drury Wood win probably be held Down by Captain younger who can be trusted to play any position from tackle to tackle. With the old Niem authorities realized that More cottages must of necessity be built. And to relieve the unusual demand. These new cottages Are being constructed. The Burdon of financing these new buildings has been assumed by the people of Alpine and particularly by the members of the chamber of Commerce. In this instance As in All others where assistance has been needed the townspeople have responded readily Anil liberally. Hers Back and several new huskies freshman girl to receive an Athle on the squad the Lobo pack should j Flims trip present tic Honor. She has earned Points in j work smoothly from the very Start Rifle. Swimming and Tennis this Green material is hard to train As year and has served As manager of the first two games of the 1926 sea Rifle. I non proved. But with the Champion a miss Merrill Pouncey earned her ship team of last fall lined up to pro ted the Scarlet and Brey of Sui bos for the coming season the football fans of this Section should not have any fears As to the outcome of the Lobo schedule. Coach it. C. Braves who has been Points during her freshman and Sophomore years at Sui Ross. So also served on the Council during those and subsequent years. Miss Nancy Watson has served on the Council for three years having been president during 1924-25. She assistant coach at Leland Stanford has made Points in the following of California which lays sports Tennis. Volleyball Rifle chitin to 1926 National football Hon the size and Type of material used in the new cottages will correspond to that used in the buildings already erected. The cottages arc sturdy and comfortable. The foundation is solidly built and the Walls made of hollow tile plastered with Cement each building has four rooms and a hath. Banque decision i 7 p in. It has not i he ii announced yet where the banquet will he held every Man i to bring with him to the banquet a Young lady guest and it is expected that practically All members will by j present. The Quot to Quot club. As the name suggests. I made up solely of athletes who have earned a Lefter in some major sport sponsored by the College. The qualifications for membership vary with the different sports hut in each Case it is a distinct Honor to he presented with a letter for Superior athletic performance. This dub of men who have lettered in some College sport was organised four years ago Ami the club has actively functioned since that Date. There Are at present on the Campus i two former presidents of the club Rudolph Mellard and Walter Caldwell. The officers for the ensuing year xxx til be elected at the banquet the floor plan is identical with that saturday night. Fuqua younger has been tin president of tile Organiza Hon for the past year and presided at the meeting held last saturday swimming hiking. She and Johnnie Weyerts won the Tennis cup for the senior class this Spring in the annual tournament for girls doubles miss Edrite Gordon served most capably As the Tennis manager for this year. She made the Sophomore Tennis team in 1925-26. And with Tommy Franklin played for the juniors in the cup tournament this year. She has also taken an Active part in Rifle volleyball and hiking. A it and has served As both president Aud vice president of the association. Miss Johnnie Weyerts earned her Blanket during her third year in Sui Ross. She has twice won the Tennis cup in 1924. With Letitia Hixson As partner and in 1927 with Nancy Watson As partner. Miss Weyerts is without doubt the be to Tennis player that Sui Ross has had. She has served on the Council and been interested in student activities during All her attendance at Sui Ross. Her ability and skill in Tennis and other sports and her efficiency have made her invaluable As student coach and referee. Other students who have been working for honors during the year Are mrs. Alice Atwell. Melburn Glass Tommie Franklin Adrian Turney. Elizabeth Jaquez. Adele round trite. Augusta Varner Zhi 1 Spruill Elta Coulson. Della Blair and Leah Edwards. Departments give combined program Glo n club orchestra and speech arts departments participate the Sui Ross speech arts department lie club and orchestra a Tor Taino in it. Davis last Friday. May 13. For the Benefit of the Sui roes loan fund. The invitation to perform in it. Davis was Given by that. Davis women study club. The orchestra started the program by giving three numbers. Prince Edward Imperial March House loin do Bali Gillet intermezzo Cavallera rustic Ana a Fagni. The orchestra played a prelude a to e chinese play Given by the Spei h arts department. This consisted of chinese suite by Rudolph Friml. The glee club Sang four numbers the americans come Foster Lassie o mine Walt ors. Will he the Sui Ross Mentor Tor the 1927 season. Coach Graves piloted the 1925 Lobo pack to the unit Ryan fixed conference championship of the Southwest he left Sui Ross to take up a years study in coaching. Every Man who is acquainted w Ith coach Graves will give him undivided support. The Lobo club will face the Fol a i Wing schedule s plem Ber i 9 c. C. At Abilene. October 8 open. October 15 new Mexico a m. At lain Cruces. October 21 open. October 27 Howard Payne at brow n Wood. November 5 Elpaso Junior College at Alpine. November 11 Schreiner at id Rio. November is new Mexico state teachers at Alpine. Thanksgiving St. Mary sat Alpine. December to St. Edward1 at san Antonio tentative. Of the present cottages except that the bedrooms Are one half foot larger. This added space states or. V. J. Smith head of the department cloning of Industrial education although Quot seeming negligible is in reality ult High school real value. Six of the not tags Thorn now under construction Are located in the same Block with the present cottages. The other eight which Are lust getting Limiter construction will he built in the Block directly North of the present Block of College cottages. The Contra for building has been grunted the Alpine lumber timpani and the Howell lumber company the buildings Are timing rushed to completion Iii Tim for summer school and according to or Shirley Scales president of the chamber of Commerce All buildings will be Coin Pieta by june 7 and occupancy of the cottages will immediately follow. Graduates hear class Sermon baseball comes Back to sul Ross weakened by absence a Wing in res to ared of the a. End Ore a a n a a so la i 9 Tel Pas i .-2 7-3. The Lav two games by the Fol Low in i a n 6-4 it Quot ii tot ill. 9 a a 21. I i r game i tilt. Cd Sou i u bounced baccalaureate services Wen held j Tor the Alpine High school Gratin ates sunday morning May 15. At which Tim Rev. It f. Davis pastor of the methodist Church preached i to baccalaureate Sermon the service wa9 a Union service with the i combined Pongre Guions of the protestant churches of Alpine. Reverent Davis took a a growth Quot a the subject of his Sermon. Besides the Sermon delivered by Rev Davis the following numbers a the mornings program were Given processional. Mrs Carl Thain invocation Rev. It l. Millican hymn congregation scripture Reading vocal Solo mrs Leo Howell prayer duet mrs Mullenix and or Frazer Sermon Rev. It. F. Davis Benediction Rev. Buren Sparks. Plans to return to summer mrs j in Field president of .1&Quot Texas federation of women Etui addressed the College students at a impel saturday. May of regular Friday Chapel a changed to hat urday in order to give the student body the Opportunity to a heir i a outstanding woman in to club of. Mrs. Field s Home is in Haskell. Texas she is in tills Section of Tex As for the first time. Tin rec to state meeting at Ozona Wath in Canion of Lier coming to the hic Bend Field to the audience after commenting most favourably upon the location anti the work Sui Ross is doing and ujan the unusual possibilities of till Section of tin country mrs Fields brought a message of the a i ii of Beauty anti of unselfishness in lift she defined Beauty As being the revel i on it la happiness of life and declared that every one could in Beautiful. Of a or Beauty i in the soul or Fields i urged every Young person to develop in own individual gifts jibe paid a tribute to die pioneers of Ila West Tor daring to he individual Iii i urged the descendent n the a pioneers to make us of their gift which were ii to i ek1 the gift of till other Persona in the world. Quot Bel fish Ness Quot or Field said. A a kills life there can b no grow til w Here there i sin arg a till Young men and women of this College to Lia k to their immunities and to work w hoi hearted with Iii forces that a Allied with Beauty and helpfulness v. J. Smith visits Indian burying ground sends Bones to smithsonian inst tute. Places other specimens in museum for the first time in is viral years baseball was this year a major sport at Sui Ross. This circumstance came As a result of a decision of the athletic Council to reinstate baseball for the season of 1927. La the beginning of these , when coach Shotwell ailed for candidates for baseball about Twenty a ii a responded and Pra tier. Logan. Marshall Bozarth was elected Captain of the Cleam. Several collide stars were in the line up. Nunnally and Martin from Howard Payne and i Ford fron Texas tech were among the College men to report. Three Sui Ross letter men report i and Many High school stars wre trying for a ii squad. The first games of the season were with the soldiers from Camp Maria. Two games were Plave i. Which resulted in Victory for Sui Ross re i scores were firs game Sui Ross 27- a second game Sui fio i to. The Lobos loss the next two games. Two were with Al paso resulting in Fol i give a greeting Elgar. Quot the Beautiful Bird a a Chines play was Given following the prelude Given by he orchestra. The cast of the play was As follows Dick Gillespie Lynn Kelly mrs. Murray and Fritz Haas mad Rush of Brand autographing next on Calendar annoy us Mut has been made by miss Aynesworth faculty sponsor of the annual that the Brand is scheduled to arrive from the Printer thursday May 19. that Distri Utton will immediate it w its but a fact that will Bear repetition is thut from All reports tin annual of this session is to lie in excellent one in Type of binding arrangement of material and Content. During the last few Days t hut tile Brand was arrival. No Surprise will a a Ilion coming to school be student rusher another thru Ting til hound volume. This p a frequent on hut it is an annual a in it will signify that the Long anticipated record of student Cie has returned from the pre and that the yearly process of autographing the volume in naturally oui normally going Forward All copies of this year ii no ii have been sold and stud cts who reserved one Are Dering ways and two More pesos Beans. Gre Elba is or whatever will serve to finish payment on the Book. I Sun envelops those less flirt unites who failed to make provision for on annual at the proper Tim. No additional copies will be available recording to editor Delbert Hurley. A thing that Lias been said before. Ion the press Delbert Hurley visited registered i the firm of tin South Mem in j thursday one graving company in Hun Antonio flout out to. Or b la Altekruse an official if ii every on a the company stated the it the Bland Edutis lot i is far above the avera., of coling annuals. Especially 1 til h a a unum ii i the Art work and the views Section it was Learned that Sui to i on of the two state schools in Texas that does All of its own Artw it re for its annual. Of tit views Section or. Altekruse said that it is on it a of til Best sections of its kind the company has Ever printed. Because i desperate Conal of its excellence the company ii go Means of ral slug ing to make reprints to use for ail Vert Lhing purposes. The Brand of this year Hun but a it entered in two contests for annuals the National contest sponsored by the Art priss Guild and the state contest sponsored by Baylor University. The results of these contests will by announced Early in the fill Quarter professor v j Smith in Nill v Quot i Sui Ross faculty and curator of the museum recently visited the paniota ranch in Presidio county for the purpose of making i Sil Lily j of some Indian burial grounds which had been discovered by workmen on the ranch. Interest was first aroused i y a mexican Goat herders discover or a pile of rocks which he pointed oui were of unusual formation or Jim canner own of lie Lanch. And or torn Burdett following up the mexican s observation began an ivs ligation. The first sign that the Rock pile hold More than usual interest was the Dilt a in it of arrowheads on of par11 it Lur till Quality it was discovered i that the opening was originally about four feet in diameter and was Cut into solid Rock on the Hill in dynamite was used to enlarge 4ll opening and to laminate Tii Oval jut a Large amount of dirt and Sui Iii i j rocks. It a found that at a d path it about five feet a l ave a St d which had eld Only been used to i Tomb from it the Skeleton of indians wire removed to this Stag of the investigation or \ j Smith was invited to it go Down Aud inspect til discovery Ile Caus of the unscientific and <1 the Junior class edition of the Skyline Bas been declared the Hest ill round newspaper of All the Duns editions that were submitted in the re a tit newspaper contest. Among the four classes of the College. The papers or judged by mrs. W. B Hamilton Secretary of the Alpine chamber it Commerce and regular contributor to a number of City dallies Moil c Boatright Sui Ross faculty member now on leave of absence and former faculty adviser of the Skyline James n. Krohne x president of the Texas inter collegiate press association editor of the College year Rook and Active contributor to student publications. Iii judging the four class us sucs the judges gave the following rating mrs Hamilton Junior. Grit Sophomore second senior third freshman fourth. Molly Boatright Junir. First senior second Sophomore third freshman fourth. James Krohne Sophomore first Junior second senior third freshman fourth. No single class edition received unanimous vote for first place. The i Mig. S. In commenting upon the i editions stated that the various publications were All of Good Quality. Mrs Hamilton said Quot it was really hard to decide upon tile Best us each Iii Ion is Well prepared and deserves much or. Boatright commented rating the lass editions of the Skyline proved rather diff i tilt. Because 111 line Issue stood out a Superior to til other. They Arall Good and nearly level Iii James Krohne x president of the tas intercollegiate press association. Was til Only judge w to found on outstanding Issue among la i lass editions lie wrote a a a have examined tile papers carefully Aud find judging on the basis of new Content scope Aud interest news St in tire journalistic Sty i make up Heads and editorial comment that the Sophomore edition is easily the Hest of tie both mrs Hamilton and a i bout right declare that some features of the freshman edition deserved honorable mention hut because there were other weaknesses they were forced to give t in fish Putica Ion a Low rating tin Junior stiff was As follows editor in Ehlein Duncan Scott managing editor Lon. A a Fol. Is Orts editor Lynn Kelly society hid i Tor Edrit Gordon Exchange editor Dick Gillespie faculty Xvi Are miss but struck Ive manner of earlier exc svs Hon very into additional inform i finn could tie gained some of Tii Bones had been broken Anil no photographs had been taken of the position of the skeletons when they wit first found. Also All had been exposed to Hun and air for several Day be interesting discovery however was made that was that Sand which had been brought from a draw below had been placed in Iii Tomb. There was no such mater Al near the grave. Continued on last of the Texas Folk lore society elects Boatright or Mody i Boatright Sui Ross acuity member on leave of absence was elected vice president of the Texas Folk lore society when that Bod convened in annual session or m l. Crimm Iua of fort Sam Houston. San Antonio Texas was i looted president of the organisation. Or Boul right has att Active inter e t in til Type of work sponsored in the. Society and besides his con to t Ion wit ii the Texas Kolk acre of icy it is director of research in Folk lots for the West Texas hts torn Al and scientific society or rimming is also a member of the West Texas historical and scientific society y the meeting at which the new of firer wire elected was held at Austin Texas and Many interesting things were discussed and a cum pushed during this sess Slon miss Jalta Gonzales of St Mary s Hall. San Antonio furnished the conduit ing program of the annual convention her subject was the Texas mex ican Vaquero or Cowboy miss Gonzales has spent a Large part of her life on Border ranches and thus Las acquired an intimate knowledge and understanding of the character traditions songs and customs of the mexican Vaquero

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