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Austin Daily Texan (Newspaper) - February 7, 1939, Austin, Texas Today a editorial budget for u. T. The daily texan the weather fair and cooler first College daily in the South volume 40 z-720 Austin Texas tuesday february 7, 1939 six pages today no. To longhorns give Mustangs first defeat 33-27 steers climb to 3rd place meet frogs tonight special to the Tenn. Dallas feb. 6.�?cornin from behind with five minutes of play remaining the Texas longhorns moved into third place of the Southwest conference basketball Chase monday night before a capacity crowd of 3,500 at the . Gymnasium by handing the Mustangs their fir to defeat in conference play 33-27. The steers move Over to fort Worth tuesday to meet the . Frogs. The game see sawed throughout the first half the period ending in a 14-14 draw. The Mustangs jumped into an Early Lead in the second half and held it by a slim margin until bounding Bobby Moers broke into a last minute sprint to play the Mustangs to a standstill. A conference standings team w l pct. Pm. Of. . 5 i .835 210 172 Rice 4 2 .667 250 227 Texas 3 2 .600 192 205 Baylor 4 3 .571 284 257 Ark. 3 3 .500 238 235 i Aam. I 4 .200 155 184 . 0 5 too 147 196 a it was an important win for the longhorns for a defeat would have left them with Only a mathematical Chance of winning the conference title. The Victory however throws them into the Middle of one of the closest chases Ever staged in southwestern basketball. . Rice and Texas Are pressing each other closely with Baylor and Arkansas still Given mathematical possibilities. Only . And . Are considered out of the running a Victory Over the horned frogs tuesday night would place Texas in a tie with Rice for the second place spot and they could then take undisputed Possession of the notch by winning from Texas , at College station on saturday. It a Learned in a tin monday that radio station stat fort Worth plan to broadcast the Frog steer game tue Day night. A f Bobby Moers literally played . Off its feet during the closing minutes of play. He stuck to Billy Dewell Mustang Sharpshooter and High Point Man for the game forcing him to shoot wild. Denton Cooley new Star for the steers led the last minute drive with nine Points in the final Quarter to take scoring honors for the texans. Cooley Sank the baskets that put Texas into a Lead that . Was unable to overcome. The Mustangs might have come through with a Victory in spite of Texas s spree but they became frantic As the end neared and threw the Ball away on wild shots. Jack Gray a lads stayed Calm throughout. Joe Roach was Back in his stride of former years against the Mustangs. Joe dropped two Field goals in and did a near perfect Job of stopping the Mustang forwards. His old leg injury apparently is perfectly healed. Jack Gray a cagers Defeated the Mustangs through sheer fight. The Mustangs have a team that is fully As Good As Texas a but the Hill Topper let Down and lost their Heads when the going got touch. Moers Cooley Nelms Tate and the other longhorns kept their Heads and made their shots count. A the Box score a picture editorial read today s editorial budget for us t. Texas 33 fat of up Hull. F i 0 .3 2 Roach f .2 0 i 4 Tate c.4 0 i 8 Granville g___0 0 i 0 Moers g.0 3 i 3 Cooley c.4 i 0 9 Nelms i i 0 3 totals .13 7 8 co co . 27 Foft of to Jones f__0 0 i 0 Norton i 0 i 2 Dewell c.4 3 i la w Liker soil a. .2 i 2 5 Coppedge a. ____0 0 4 0 Dougherty g________3 3 4 9 Crouch ______0 0 0 0 Keith g.0 0 0 0 totals. To 7 13 27 officials sic i re Hays. Of referee urn of Par i on of enrolment i appropriation 1928-29 Kkt Kukk 1937-38 . Capudi pc pepbe7ent/ $100,000 of Leci Larivie appropriation each figure Cerce ent too enrolment in the Lono /e7/i0n of the Uniec Ltd of Teva a the univer Itie 0 f Michigan amp Texa Michigan Texas sch a -�2 a sub Xum a a. My ski ask or if Jjo we my alis is i 9ach Coin in tack rep re ent 10 of Tate. Appropriation peer Long it Ion student it a a a a a a a a i each Duc Pep be ent to of Tate appropriation Pec inhabitant of Tate 0930 student Pec teacher actual nut tit ssh a a a a cd expenditure Pep Judzent each Bac of Money keep amp a ent too expend Tuvey per Long Ezzi on student solons discuss appropriations for u. T. Today suggested budget for two years will be presented representatives of the univer sity of Texas will Confer with the House appropriations committee this afternoon at 2 30 of clock on biennial appropriations for the main University the extramural i divisions and the school of Modi-1 Cine. It is possible that the Senate finance committee will join the House appropriations committee for a joint hearing on these budgets. Maj r j. R. Parten of Houston chairman of the Board of regents will address the legislative commit-1 tee. Other members of the Board of regents will probably be present. In the absence of president Calhoun who will he out of the j City on official business Dean b. F. Pic Tonger of the school of education will be present to give the committee any detailed information required. The budget of the University for the two years beginning september i 1939, As prepared by president Calhoun and approved by the regents is printed in the state Board of control report which will he before the committee. The state Board of control and the state Hoard of education have approved the formula upon which the appropriations for main University resident instruction Are requested. Tho University and other state supported higher educational institutions of Texas Are requesting appropriations on the same per student basis As provided in the current appropriation Hill. Under this plan appropriations would be $175 per year for each full time freshman and Sophomore $225 for each student in the upper division with $25 added for each student in technical courses. Or. John w. Spies Dean of the school of Medicine will be present to discuss appropriations for that Branch. Freshmen to get Aid today at 5 in Union the Tim is 5 of clock and the place is the main lounge of Texa Union for the new freshmen to meet their Quot big Brothers and Sisters a of the University. Upperclassmen who have signed to become big Brothers and Sisters Are asked to meet in the main lounge at this hour and All new freshmen who would like to obtain guidance and Friendship from an older student Are invited to attend the informal social. The program will begin at 5 o clock and end promptly at 6 i o clock. Littlefield still critically i As fever drops to 103.6 prophesies u. To future Rainey explains 5 Aims in talk to legislature or. Homer Price Rainey next president of the University strewed five general goals toward which he would work in his new position when he spoke to members of the Texas legislature yesterday morning. These Quot opportunities for outstanding contribution of the uni a. A varsity a which Rainey listed Are . Public hearing tonight discussion begins at 7 30 in House _ a tidal act before he left yesterday i Public hearings on the House afternoon for Dallas. He will reef representatives Bill which turn to washing in this morning. Off where he will continue his duties would establish a Reserve off. Dir actor of the american youth eel training corps on the Cam Quot commission until he takes Over his pus of the University will be held new office As University president tonight in the House chamber be in june. I grinning at 7 30 of clock. The com i Quot a Quot Ltd Quot Quot it a r a a. House speakers stand by repro Mittee on military affairs will Senta Tives Recil Raker and Homer conduct the hearing and interested Thornberry he was met at the parties both for and against the door by a joint committee of the j proposal will be Given an oppor legislative houses and received the development of fact in dog re search institutes provisions for an outstanding graduate school a pan american Institute for the University expansion of the College of Fine arts and Quot educating practically All of our youth who ask Foi the privileges of higher the speech before the joint session War. Rainey a last Quot of plane brings drug late monday physicians and Hospital attendants late monday night Wert somewhat relieved Over the condition of Clyde Littlefield University athletic coach since 1921, who has been critically ill in St. David a Hospital for the last fix Days with double pneumonia. At Midnight his fever had dropped to 103.8 degrees and his pulse and respiration were regular or. Joe Gilbert attending physician stated. His condition a still critical however the doctor said. During the morning and Early afternoon the coaches fever monday was at times As High As 105 degrees. Early monday night a newly synthesized drug was Given to or. Littlefield As a last resort in saving the coaches life. The drug was flown to Austin by special plane from Wichita Falls. The drug recently publicized in a National Magazine As a major scientific discovery was termed by do Gilbert As being "2 sulfa ill am in pyridine mb693.�?� the results of the treatments however could not be ascertained at Midnight As the drug did not arrive until 7 of clock monday night. Or. Littlefield was taken to Tho i Hospital last wednesday morn ing following a relapse of a slight attack of the flu. His condition has grown steadily worse since that time. Members of his family were called in monday morning. J banding applause from the leg see rain pay Page 3. A i another new High As 8 More enrol ten yeas of growth a main univer i by mid 19/7-38 k k k k Al amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp 6 Iii amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp amp it amp a a so Iii each student a Elbe ent Ioco enrolment Tach bag of Money 2epee/ent/ 4100,000 Educa onal expenditure each Man in Cap and gown Peppe ent Loo in teaching tape Unity to express their views. Representative Alfred Petsch of Fredericksburg author of the Bill is chairman of the committee. Organization of student opposition to the Bill took place on the University Campus Over the weekend As petitions were circulated among the students seeking the names of those who were against the Bill. Sydney Reagan of the student religious it Council stated last night that there were already about two thou and names on the petitions and nearly four thousand Are expected by tonight the petitions Are being circulated by members of the peace Mester had pair to Council with co operation of the student religious Council and the America i student Union. Quot we v fould like j or As Many Stu dents a possible to attend the hearing tuesday n ight and Aid in express in opposite on to the Bill a Reagan lated Mon a Lay. Quot we would like to h ave the House gallery full but we must Kee in mind that Sci Page 3. Mexico s envoy to Brazil Here ii excellency Don Waifon Rey mexican ambassador to it Brazil who arrived yesterday will continue his visit today As a it of to of the University. While on the Campus or. Reyes is conferring with members of the department of Romance language. A program of social of i fairs is being held for his entertainment. Or. Reyes is a distinguished latin am can Man of letters. Poet essayist scholar and humor i is he has been characterized by eight More new students enrolled i the University yesterday bringing the total registration for both semesters to 10,658. Five Hundred and forty four new students have paid Hir fees to Date. Only 6,451 of the 10,114 students registered for the fall ser fees for the w i the Bursars offic cloned yesterday afternoon. Wednesday february 8, is the last Day to Register without the pen Alty of negative hours. Quot the Large number of new students registered for the Spring be j Mester has not overcrowded any Section in any course a miss Louise Barekman assistant to the registrar said monday afternoon in the fall when the courses Are Sec j lionized crowded sections caused by the additional enrolment at mid term Are anticipated and Ade-1 Quale preparation for such Condi j Lions Are made at that time. For girls Only prom tickets tickets for the annual Junior prom february 24 will go on Sale wednesday february 8. They May be obtained from the officers it of the Junior class or from Frances j Bransford who is in charge of i the tickets. The Price will be $1. J the Junior prom is Given by the Junior class for senior women but i u. T. Debates . Today the University intercollegiate debate squad will meet the debate team from the University of California at los Angeles in Hogg memorial auditorium at 3 o clock this afternoon on the question of government spending to stimulate business. It will be the squad s first major debate engagement of the year. The Texas team is composed of Rush record and Edd Miller. Record a mid Law from Childress was selected As one of the five Best individual speakers at the Missouri Valley debate meet last Spring. He is an editor on the Texas Law review staff an Honor student and vice president of the University chapter of Delta Sigma rho National honorary forensic fraternity. Miller is president of the University chapter of Delta Sigma rho and was a member of the University championship team in the Southwest conference meet in 1937. The California team is composed of Roy b. Woolsey and Milton j. Kramer. Woolsey is president of the . Chapter of i Kappa Delta National honorary forensic fraternity and has been a varsity debater for four years. Kramer is a three year Letterman and is chairman of the forensic Board of . The question for debate is stated a resolved that the United states should cease spending government funds including credit to stimulate the californians will take the affirmative and the University debaters the negative. John j. Bell representative from Cuero will be chairman for the contest. The judges will be representative e. J. Cleveland Gunnar Mykland and the Rev. Paul j. Foik of St. Edwards University. There will be both a judges decision and an audience ballot. Admission will be 25 cents. Students will be admitted on the Blanket tax. Law students support May ban bar exams All Law students of the uni talk with their senators and rep and recent natives at once according to 0 Southern methodist interested in a having graduates of those schools exempt from taking the bar exam representative Price Daniel of Liberty who led a successful fight a a Al Liiv ii Jill Mijc wisc Moi nation before being admitted to in judiciary committee last t practice in Texas should write or k week for a favourable report on the Bill now pending Ort this subject. The new Bill introduced by representatives Joe White Joe l. Winfree and Daniel joined by More than seventy other members of the House would direct the i supreme court to exempt from bar examinations graduates of All Texas Law schools which Are members of the american association of Law colleges. The University Baylor and . Have the Only see bar exams Page 3. I Santayana As Quot a Token of the new University woman Are invited. Splendor which latin Hilture prom Kab the colonial period As the daily texan on the air in in new As a writer theme indians puritans Mission a his interests have not been limited Aries colonial Dames and White to Spain or Spanish America. He wigged statesmen will come to life has ventured into All literature for the occasion. The grand March and is As much at Home with eng will be led by Elizabeth Swift and hah auth is a with those of his Frances Marie Cooper presidents i own land. Of the Junior and senior classes As a Diplomat or. Reyes has or eased As Martha and George represented his country in France w Ashington. Argentina and Brazil. He has j the prom will be in Texas unjust returned from Brazil and is Ion from 9 to 12 o clock. Boop on his Way to Mexico. I Burger will play know at to . Tonight interview a hair rain eng adventure in the air a latest Campus news the name of the Day

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