Austin Daily Texan in Austin, Texas
18 Dec 1960

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18 Dec 1960

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Austin Daily Texan (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Austin, Texas R horns Bama Battle to Bluebonnet tie by Charlie Smith texan sports editor Houston spa Tommy Brooker and Dan Petty measured toe lengths and found both equal saturday As Alabama and Texas footed out a 3-3 tie in Houston a Bluebonnet bowl at hire stadium. Brooker and Petty kicked the football through the goal posts from so and so Yards away to provide the Only scoring in a bruising defensive Battle played before 08,000 fans. Brooker a 206-Pound Junior from Demopolis ala., lighted the a Core Board in the third period after the Crimson tide had found the longhorn defense too rugged at the Texas 13. Brooker lifted his leg from the 20 and the Ball sailed far Over the bar on the right Side. Petty with less than four minutes to play sent his three pointier Over the crossbar after a longhorn drive stalled at the a Bama three. The game played in Ideal 55 degree weather followed the predicted rules of a titanic defensive struggle. Alabama s offence never got started As the longhorns allowed Only four first Downs. Texas was Given la. A pass interference ruling on what looked like the last play almost Cost the Crimson tide the game. A pass from Johnny Genung Sophomore quarterback making his appearance in the game to Bob Moses went awry at the Alabama 18, but interference was called on tide fullback Leon Fuller. Time had run out and the Field was flooded with souvenir hungry children. Officials cleared the Field As Petty whose sixth Field goal of the year tied the contest was rushed in. His attempt was Low and wide to the left. Texas halfback Lames Saxton kept 5,000 Alabama rooters on the Edge of their seats All afternoon. The shifty Saxton was contained however from any of his patented Long dashes. He carried 18 times for 28 Yards Quick kicked once for 53 Yards and was named the outstanding Back of the second annual Bluebonnet bowl. Lee Roy Jordan a defensive giant for Paul a a bears Bryants trojans was named the outstanding lineman. Bobby Nunis and i it Aurien Stapp fought a virtual deadlock in a Alabama Texas first How no 4 11 hushing v anther fir 124 passing yardage an Ion passes 8�?14 7�?l7 passes intercepted by i 0 punts 7�?iot 8�? 39 x fumbles lost i 0 Yards penalized 49 20 punting Duel necessary to the life of both teams. Nunis kicked eight times for a 39.8 average while Stapp punted six times for 38.1. A Bama was Able to move for Only two first Downs in the first half but one forced the i Ong horns to make a sensational goal line stand. Bill Rice gathered in a Bob Skelton pass for 49 Yards to Tex ask seven late in the first period. David Russell made a saving tackle after Rice taking the Ball after cutting Down to the Middle of the Field found a Clear Field and began his Romp. Russell with a Good Angle finally caught up at the Texas seven. Skelton kept for one Yard to the six. Then he passed on a swing pattern to halfback play Abruzzese for three Yards. Skelton slanted Over left tackle for two Yards. He was stopped a scant Inch Short of a touchdown. On fourth Down he sent Billy Richardson into the right Side but he was repelled for no gain and the longhorns had fought off the tides deepest penetration. After Brooker had booted i three Pointer in the third period the longhorn came storming Back. Jack Collins began the drive by throwing to buddy fait for it Yards to Ftp 40. James Saxton brought the score crazed fans to their feet by sked adling 38 Yards to the Crimson tide 22 Yard line with a Mike c o 11 e n pass. Saxton see horns a Bama p-4> the aim texan a a first College daily in the South Quot fullback meets fullback Texas Sophomore fullback Ray Poage goes for yardage in Ore of the runs that made him the leading ground gainer in saturday s Bluebonnet bowl game. Fullback Mike Fracchia of Alabama moves in to Stop Poage As an unidentified teammate grabs on to the Texas fullback s pounding heels. The longhorns and the Crimson tide batted to a 3-3 Fie in the second annual Bluebonnet bowl played in Houston before 68,000 fans. A photo by Collum briefs. From the wire by the associated press j $500,000 offered to fight school crisis new York a a St. Louis heiress saturday offered $500,000 to help the newly integrated schools of new Orleans stay open in the face of a financial crisis imposed by the Louisiana state legislature. A i Hope that by making this offer i will encourage others who have been silent to fight to keep the schools open a said Ellen Steinberg. Miss Steinberg is the daughter of Mark c. Steinberg millionaire St. Louis investment broker and philanthropist who died in 1951. Vol. 60 Price five cents Austin Texas sunday december 18, i960 fourteen pages today no. 89 monday meeting annual Carol program set to consider a i or i a. Frosh up tangle to Herald Christmas faculty to consider curriculum changes revision of the school of Archi tor of the school of architecture j programs include Yale Harvard a Cool Clear evening is predict race the audience will sing a a we ted for the University s Twenty three Kings of Orient Are a first annual Christmas Carol pro a shark the Herald Angels sing a Gram sunday at 5 30 . On the and a silent night holy main building Terrace. Or. Harry h. Ransom. Pre the traditional program will be Dent of the main University will Gin with carols played on the Tow give a Brief Christmas greeting. The vice presidency of freshman or Chimes by James Moeser car Tom Crowell president of the Council is still in question Roger Rill Neur. The loudest musical in University religious Council will Gose Council coordinator said str ment in Austin will be played give the invocation and Benedic for 15 minutes. Court gives order halting re election till after hearing lecture educational program will be the major item of business when the faculty Council meets monday at 2 . In English building 201. Curriculum changes for the school of journalism will also he considered. The intent of the requirement permitting the substitution of latin for the mathematics requirement in a number of degree plans will he discussed. Revision of the school of Archi i lecture program will involve the creation of a new Bachelor of science degree in architectural studies. I according to p. D. Creer direct the new program will take six years to Complete instead of the present five. It will be a combination of three years of arts and sciences study and three years of professional school. The new program will be much More Liberal adding 33 hours of Liberal arts subjects. And Princeton. Or. Creer added that the new program May take a few years to plan. In the meantime the existing program Structure maybe overhauled in anticipation of the new program. Changes in the school of Roumal saturday night. At an emergency meeting monday the freshman Council election commission will determine whether to set a new run off election for vice president or to name Steven Bercu original Winner to the Post. When five of the nine member commission met Friday afternoon an Organ concert of Christmas music will he piped from the music building to the waiting audience. Oral nest e. W. Dot a will perform until Al ., when the official program will begin. A Harp ensemble of seven members will continue the musical Pur ism curriculum include a proposal the previous program placed to remove degree requirements Vogt a too much emphasis on professional of economics 302 and either 303 j Sion members did not clearly vote store of the main building they voted 4-1 for a new run off of the pm ram wih the trn omitting Bercus name. Ditto a i Noel _ the audience will then sing Joy Ann Burrows coordinator said to the a Wor do a and it the a first saturday night the Friday ruling Noel verses of the carols will was not official because a major tie projected upon two screens Crew Ity the nine Flection Tommis on outside of the second dog accuses user United nations . A Secretary general Dag Hammar skjold charged saturday night that the soviet bloc i carrying on a continuing Campaign of misrepresentation against the in Congo operation in an Effort to Force his resignation. A ethiopian revolt ends London a emperor Haile Selassie returned in Triumph to his capital of Addis Ababa saturday. Leaders of the abortive Palace revolt in Ethiopia were reported to have fled before his arrival. Some May have committee suicide. Reports that the rebellion had ended in bloody failure poured out of Addis Ababa. A 14 votes for Thurmond Jackson Leader of the la a pledged presidential electors of Mississippi and Alabama said the group would vote for senator Strom Thurmond d so for vice president. Senator Earl Evans of Canton chairman of Mississippi a eight a pledged electors said in a press conference he had no Hope of blocking the election of president elect John f. Kennedy. Picketers continue drag demonstration by Martha Spencer approximately 150 integration its demonstrated saturday from 7 30 until 8 30 . In front of the Texas and varsity Heaters displaying a touch of Holiday spirit by the singing of Christmas carols. The peaceful demonstrators mostly students and faculty members again formed ticket lines to Purchase tickets if the theater would admit both Whites and negroes. The theater however still maintained policies of segregation. Most of the demonstrators first stood in front of the Texas theater with a few going on to the varsity. The majority of the demonstrators later assembled in front of the varsity. Two purposes of the demonstrations according to Sandra Cason graduate English student Are integration at movies on the drag and to show the University committees As Well As the Heaters that the demonstrators believe in a principle and Are willing to stand up for it. A at the present we feel As new York the collision of i thou8h we have made some a com iwo airliners Over new York City j pigment in the latter purpose the we Orst air disaster in history apparently resulted from one of the planes going off its course experts said saturday. And technical subjects a or. Creer or three semester hours of Sopho said. The new program will give Niobe economics and three semes a Liberal arts education As a basis or hours of philosophy Psychol. For study in professional school. A it a. Or sociology. V ii Dor journalism degree plan i j to program will probably be Semp Stor hours Choson from the first of its kind in the South a sem est Quot inst n. A either anthropology economics West. Other colleges with similar a it geography Home economics Phil 0 s o p h a psychology sociology speech or business administration would he used to take the 1 place of the requirements selected. Six semester hours of economics will be required for plan ii if the proposal passes. The purpose of the change is to broaden the base of choices Early in the student s w Ork. Plane lost course Kennedy leads in Hawaii Honolulu a president a elect John f. Kennedy held a 21-vote Edge saturday opt vice president Richard m. Nixon for president after a recount of 45 of 240 precincts. The count was Kennedy �?�2,429 and Nixon 92,408. A Gonzalez sends protest san Antonio a state senator Henry Gonzales said saturday he would Send a Telegram to Robert Kennedy brother of the president elect expressing a disappointment and distress at Robert s acceptance of the attorney general s Post. She said. Mrs. Ludema Werchan ticket seller of the Texas theater was presented an Orchid at 8 . By the demonstrators. A card was signed a with kindest regard for your Long suffering Jerry Cooper manager of the varsity theater said the demonstrations had become a matter of routine and Are being carried on in a sensible manner. When asked if his business had been hindered by the moves he said business had been very Good recently but he could not contribute it to any one Factor. Glenn Morsbach manager of the chief and Burnet drive ins who stood in front of the Texas to assist in handling the demonstrators said the demonstrations were being conducted sanely not As curious onlookers who drive by the Heaters. More than too demonstrators also were present at the two Heaters Friday night. A meeting of the students for direct action is planned for 3 . Sunday in the University another demonstration has also been planned for sunday night. Assembly owns eyes royalties the student court ruled Friday that the eyes of Texas fund from the royalties of the song a the eyes of Texas a shall he considered part of the monies of the student Assembly. In this ruling the court decided in favor of Tho plaintiffs assemblymen Keith Cox and Jim Cline who were leaders of the impeachment proceedings against Cameron Hightower. Hightower resigned thursday As president of the students association. The Chagra was the attorney for Cox and Cline in the a eyes of Texas Case. A was Tho fund is now part of the monies of the student Assembly it is the duty of the Assembly to decide whether the president can use this Money without prior appropriation a the court stated. Holidays to begin Friday faculty urged no walks Christmas holidays begin off Dally for University students Friday december 23. Faculty members have been urged Iii president Harry ransoms newsletter not to Grant walks immediately before or after the Holiday period because it tempts students to Cut their other classes in order to in ave the i no varsity Early for the holidays. Lasses will reconvene wednesday. January 4. On the Issue. Ism horns singers will the commission upheld the pro sing Quot glory to god a by Nelson test of vice presidential candidate under the direction of Morris j. Mike Kaplan who claimed that Beachy one vote was illegal because it had been cast after poll closing hours Luke 2 1 20, the Complete Story at to . Wednesday and that the of the birth of Christ will he vote gave Bercu a spot on the read. Run off ballot. Carols Sung by the audience will a temporary student court re then include a to Little town of straining order asked by Bercu a it ame f Pon a and signed by Gene Smith chief Midnight Clear a and a to come Justice of the student court pro Allye faithful Hibits the election commission the Southern singers newly or from holding any re election until Gan izod girls glee us w rive after a court hearing. A festive rendition of a Dame get Bercu said saturday night that i p a up Ito up has 24 members he planned to withdraw his request for a restraining order pending the election commission s ruling monday. A we will consider both sides of the contest in the election commission meeting monday a Roger Gose coordinator said. A at the first meeting Only five of us were present and the other four votes could swing the decision. Also we were rushed for time and both cases were not presented the compulsory closed meeting of the commission will he at 8 pm. Monday in the freshman Council office Union 322. Five freshman representatives of the student elections committee the two committee advisers and the two coordinators make up the freshman Council election commission. To on. The grand finale will he the a hallelujah chorus from handels a a Messiah by 350 members of All University choral organizations. A As the triumphant strains of the a hallelujah chorus fade a single verse of a silent night holy night w ill float through the night As the brass ensemble of the longhorn band under the direction of Vincent r. Dino Playa from the top of the observation deck of the Tower. Script for the program is written in verse by a Rye d. Benjamin script us Riter for radio House and read by Mouzon Law faculty member of the drams department. Programs will be distributed by members of spooks Orange jackets and mortar Board. Ushers will be members of the Silver spurs and cowboys. A orchestra chorus to give concert the annual Christmas concert featuring the University symphony orchestra and the University chorus will be held at 4 . Sunday in the Texas Union ballroom. Alexander von Kreisler will conduct the University symphony orchestra and Morris j. Beachy we ill direct the University chorus. Joyce Wiggins will be featured As Soprano Solo. On the program Are a prayer and pantomime a a a night on the Bald Mountain a a rejoice beloved christians a and a psalm 150.�?� Kennedy completes Cabinet selection Palm Beach Fla. Jim Percsi Kennedy Cabinet in the order of Dent elect John f. Kennedy com Selec Ion accompanied by two pianos and seven harps located on the tor a Union reception set for sunday a Public reception and open House will be held at 6.30 . Sunday in the Texas Union due. R ballroom and Star room. A Christmas tree 15 feet High is the Centrepiece of the de it rations. A player piano Wail provide plated an accent on youth Cabinet saturday by selecting los Angeles insurance executive j. Edward Day for postmaster general. The Cabinet choices average 47 years of age the lowest of the 20th Century. Kennedy himself is 43. Day is 46. With Day by his Side. Kennedy stood beneath a Coconut Palm on Tho Sun splotches Patio of the Kennedy Horn. He told a new conference it we As a great pleasure to have a Man with a a Distin Secretary of health education and welfare gov. Abraham a. Ribicoff of Connecticut 50. Secretary of Commerce gov. Luther h. Hodges of North Carolina 62, the oldest. Secretary of the Interior rep. Stewart i. Udall of Arizona 40. Secretary of state Dean Rusk president of the Rockefeller foundation 51. Secretary of a sense. Robert s. Mcnamara president of the Ford motor co., 44 Secretary of labor Arthur j. Old fashioned a Complin Mer informal singing of Carol. The Union hospitality Cor will serve refreshments guests. This will let a the first y Union has had a chrism a to the it tee the gushed career in government and Goldberg special counsel for the business take Over a the i ingest of Arclo 52. Business in the world this is the Complete ear the s party following the Carol program. Fliers get new plane a drawing a a held today for free rides jury acquits Osteopath of school Board killing Orange a jury that included four women pondered Only to minutes saturday and acquitted or. Ltd Harles c. Rahm of Brownsboro of murder during a school Igaard Brawl in that East Texas town. Rahm an Osteopath and former Secretary of the school Hoard was accused of shooting to death thur the always wanted to own an shortage of funds which meant that members were constantly being Dunne for extra dues to meet payments on the plane and other general weaknesses. Starting last jul Bill Crutchfield faculty adv isor and the flying club members finally decided to do something about the situation. Proof that a Well run flying club can attract members is Given by the growth of Tho club during the past few months. From a Low of seven members at the end of the summer the clubs membership total has climbed to �.�. The new Cessna 172, which scats a so have with these momentous words the reorganization of the longhorn flying club began one afternoon last Spring. Sunday from 2 to 5 ., the club i having open Boose at Ragsdale flying service and drawings will in held for free plane rides. This event celebrates More than the Purchase of a new Cessna i <2 air plane by the club. It also Marks the group s emergence from a welter of hit and miss bookkeeping i which meant that members could foreigners need Christmas hosts University students still have time to invite a foreign student to visit their Home during the Christmas holidays. I he invitation can be for the entire season or for just a Short time. If necessary arrangements can be made to help the students meet the expenses of the trip. Students will have a Chance to explain american Christmas traditions. And at the same time will secret try of agriculture gov. Ulman Orville i. Freeman of Minnesota. 42. Secretary of the t r e a s u r a Douglas Dillon undersecretary of stole 51. Attorney general. Robert f. Kennedy brother of Kennedy 35. The youngest. Postmaster general. J. Edward Dav vice president of Prudential life insurance co., for Western operations 46. Freshmen honoured for Council work when All the honors were Over to the freshman Council banquet fall semester. The club was founded in 1938, suspended operations during world War ii began a. On in 1948 and Tablet learn of the oust is my thursday night one set of Hon dwindled along until its reorganization last summer the club is out of debt for the first time in its history. When a licensed member wants to take a plane out of town he i must Check with the Ragsdale i flight office to get approval of the weather forecast and the airports Whit h he intends to Stop. This Rule prevents members Faun Ern ment a strolled newspaper is flying through approaching Wen the closing after saturday nights edict fronts and getting into trouble Tion. A lengthy front Page Farewell Clouds and it prevents a cow Well editorial gave no reason for traditions of people from the visitors country. Those who Are interested should Call the Center this week cuban newspaper quits Havana i Avance the Gor ing the main threat of disturbance Man Jackson 42, Mavin get one of the club planes foul and cruises at about 125 Miles pasture landings with their some the shutdown except to say when they had scheduled it. And an hour. I. The third plane bought a 10 i Tatta i my Loo Ann Walker. Crees was omitted from the texan Story. These were the 14 outstanding freshmen picked by the Council advisory Assembly for their service to the Council this semester. Selected were Frank Bey non Carolyn Coker Judy Galeener John Hartman. Diane Homiston Phil Leonard. Lewis Pennock. Also Ned Price Linda Robinson Lilas Shelby. Muff Singer Tyann Stelzer Robert Sutherland i then maybe not a permanent by the club since the Start of the j cows and planes

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