Austin Daily Texan in Austin, Texas
25 Feb 1940

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25 Feb 1940

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Austin Daily Texan (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, Austin, Texas Today a editorial Coop report the daily texan the weather partly Cloudy first College daily in the South vol. 41 z-720 Price five cents Austin Texas sunday. February 25, 1940 fight pages today . 127texas retains title Chance beating Baylor 60-4s one last visit internal decay Clay formation landslide cause. Henry landmark gives Way 5&io or. Robert Moore professor of pure mathematics and John w. Calhoun comptroller Are shown sitting on the Steps of the House in which they lived while they were going school. The House is now being torn Down Engineer Terzaghi tells soil mechanics of creeps slides by Hal Cherry the old first National Bank building at the Corner of sixth Street and Congress Avenue is doomed. This Structure one of the last. Henry landmarks has been housing a drug store for years but it will soon be torn away and a new Woolworth building erected in its place. It was while working in this bark that 0. Henry became involved in the widely discussed and con a. N y a. Policies steers can cinch til be changed a Moore declares by Victory Over rid rovers Ian a Mac Rio ment Case that desk and 50me of his instruments internal decay la the chief gent him the Penitentiary for Lav be cause for landslides in Clay forma More than three miserable years. A a a ,.o. Henry married Athol Estes it is Odd that William Sydney tons More than two Hundred engineers of the Southwest Conven Porter or. Henry who sex in 1887, and the Home in which they lived three years is now open by Clyde Lamotte Waco i n t texan snort editor Are. 24. Jack Gray a lion hearted Baske Teers won a Bitt gruelling Battle from the Baylor bears Here tonight stay in i thick of the conference fight. The final score was 60-49. The longhorns play Rice in Austin tuesday night in what Shoi a a Chang of policies of the be the deciding ame of the season. Both teams have lost two Gam National youth administration hag been announce for the remainder students part of May hours in March and april of the Long session because of Dif memories exes live but House disappear a f leu i ties that regularly arise iring in the closing session of the. Perien ced troubles and sorrows All the Public As the 0. Henry my m nil. N v v jut i / ii a / 1 my a it lit t i Hill a i a Joi scr third annual Texas conference his life should have written sum met he of be ori8inal fur y. I. Moore Dean of student life on soil mechanics heard saturday j humor spiced Short stories Savarda it a Quot of of he was born in from the Bank and two steel keep Tirl?.r>�ork Juri on september j paper weights Porter used at Tho b. Finale nra1. A. V lure before the conference or. A 1862. Although a successful Hank porters first child a a a Humada. A im0, Quot Karl t. Razaghi internationally i clerk there he was forced a a Ziph , uht a work in Hogg memorial auditorium. Night the world. Delivering his third special Lee Greensboro. X. C. Having trouble with German a a a a and Rice has but the a with Texas left on the Schedu Texas will assure a tie for t championship by beating i and will win by bearing final game for the longhorns. By c. O. Brown men Are tearing Down the House at 2004 Wichita Street but they can tear Down the boyhood memories associated with it by men now on the University staff. In this Small Frame cottage there lived at the turn of the Century a number of University students who today hold prominent educational positions. The cottage it known viennese authority on i come Texas in 1882 because foundation engineering discussed j he wag threatened with tuber cd a creeps and slides in stiff Clay Losis. 0. Henry worked two years on # a Texas ranch before moving into or. Terzaghi a morning discus Austin work in a drug store Sion rounded out a three Day con in 1885 he became a real estate Ferenee that opened thursday agent and then from 187 died of tuberculosis several years after she was married. In 1891. Hnry began work As Teller in the Austin first National Bank but he was never Happy in that position and spent much time a Story a Ino i give them a Chance off extra hours during March and april and thus reduce the working hours during May Twenty seven a he explained. Then try Pollard s system learn four years of Effort by c. V. Pollard instructor in germanic in March and april the workers Lan Uay is seems Likely result will be expected work forty in a new Era of learning for Stu self wag a conspicuous for nothing unless it was its Shab Biness a says John w. Calhoun comptroller. Or. Calhoun lived there during his freshman year 1901-1902, at the same time that or. Charles w. Ramsdell professor of american history Joe Hill president of West Texas state teachers col Library Dun dilatory faculty third notice out on tardy books night with lectures by University engineers p. M. Ferguson and r. F. Dawson testing Engineer Bureau of engineering research j or. Terzaghi a lectures Friday j entered around problems of Bridge foundations and bulkheads. Included also was a greeting i delegates by or. Homer p. Rainey. University president and discus a Sion groups. The viennese Engineer was guest of Honor at a banquet pm riday night. In saturdays discussion or. Terzaghi explained that artificial cuts made in Clay for construction purposes often permit water enter the fissures and cracks of the 1891 worked As a craftsman in the old land office where his instead of the regular dents who a just can learn their j Sar writing. He left the Bank in 1894 a it it. Will be required fur German grammar. The new and and published a Small paper the f a f. Vav re completed a conference standings i earn up w i pc Rice la 9 2 .81 Texas. 10 8 2 ,80 Baylor. 11 6 5 .54 . 4 6 .40 4 6 .40 Arkansas 10 4 6 .40 i 9 .10 a it was the Ball hawking a rolling see Stone which was Finan-0. Henry Page 3. P shooting of Chester Gra Ville who played the great revolutionary method advanced by game of his colourful career the or. Pollard makes it possible for made the difference for the Lori horns. He was a devastate War news by 5 of clock tuesday May 21. A full $15 a month will be paid making the combined earnings for a person learn read German the thess months slightly in sex with less than fifty hours instruct Cess of what they would otherwise Tion it is estimated. I have been. From International new service Clay formation. Then in a period i the Lamar Library a annual fac 0f time that May vary from ult Book Check up will into months years the water pock lugh gear this week bring into pts produce a Slick Slimy surface loge at Canyon and or. Robert l. Moore professor of pure Mathe-1 line those faculty members who that slices easily under pressure. Mattes and who was named by the j Bave not returned or renewed w books taken out of the Library or. Terzaghi discussed and Illus be Ore september 1939. Grated a number of slides he had Friday March i the Check up seen and explained methods he pm will become More personal and played prevent further move a boarding House run by a mrs Ijuro list cd than i. Las but in among ments. He injected a bit of humor or store v she shared six 50 Quot it Quot have a a a a into i talk by telling of a couple w. . Store j. Bhe charged m-. Cral notices ent thl it Mon Hon in Satur Board of regents in 1938 As one of the distinguished professors of the University lived there. At that time the cottage was Ald Coney librarian said Day. This year Only 337 books were verge of a Cliff. A slide dropped them House and All. 150 feet below. The House was left intact at month at first for room and Board but in 1901 rising prices forced her up $15 a month. Later mrs. Storey four held overdue by faculty members Busti Wjt us in ii act daughters married lawyer who Ion t a i la a emt it ers but the Only Wou they could is aug enters Maine lawyers Jjo individuals at the beginning Cada was by Rones in the sheer boarded at the House. Of the Check up and Only Twenty j Edge of the Clift. A two of those books had been out across the Street there lived for More than two years. In 1939 the Young lady who is the present there were 508 books overdue and mrs. Robert l. Moore. Her name fifty one of them were two years then was miss Margaret key. Or. Or More overdue though the total j number of individual offenders was Only 107. Calhoun recalls one night when or. Moore was sitting on miss keys porch. Three boys came along the Street carrying on in a Way which or. Moore objected. Excusing himself his girl he went out the sidewalk and suggested the three that they cease and desist their language and manners. They did not see rare Type blood donors Are found w. E. Simpson consulting Engineer of san Antonio discussed the problems of soil creep which he has encouraged in san Antonio and Bexar county. Or. Simpson said that the Clay in the san Antonio area swells and sometimes exerts a Force of 13,000 pounds per Square foot. Surface water in the soil causes the swelling which cracks found see Engineer Page 3. Summary while Snow and fog aided finnish defenders in blotting out soviet Russia s bitter attacks on the vital Mannerheim line wars spotlight swung England where prime minister Neville Chamberlain apparently closed the door on possible american peace moves. Timed coincide with the arrival in Rome of president Roosevelt special peace investigator assistant Secretary of state s Sumner Welles chamberlains speech re affirmed British and French determination crush Hitler besides the Chamberlain speech London experienced a new flurry of excitement in reported and later denied turkish mobilization purportedly forced by a Russo turkish crisis. Early reports claimed that Turkey had mobilized but some hours later Reuters British news Agency asserted that these reports were entirely unfounded. They were based upon the formal application of a turkish state of emergency projected several Days ago said Reuters. This step which included the appointment of a Cabinet War Council and ses Sesions of Tho supreme military Council is merely one of the moves toward the total state of preparedness. Speaking in Birmingham Chamberlain made it Clear that change in the Allied War Aims is forthcoming. Not until Poland and Czechoslovakia have been reconstituted and All threat of nazi German aggression in the future removed will the allies consider peace he said. He made in Clear that Britain would not take the next step for peace and that any future move is up Germany. But any such move must be preceded by a convincing evidence that Germany s promises will be fulfilled. At the same time the British government announced that All eligible males aged 25 years will Register for military service in april with successive age groups following at monthly intervals. Dean Moore pointed out that an additional advantage of this plan is that the workers will be see n.y.a., Page 3. Whirlwind on defense and i a Clever faking and accurate shoe ing made for a near perfect Gam it was a closer game than t the system makes use of the fingers guide the Reader along the complicated sentence Struc care indicates. The bears put i t re and confusing word order a Krand Effort that qui characteristic of the German Lan match the determined steers we Guage. Prerequisite for the system we a fighting stay in the is a knowledge of nine verbs and a Ferenee race f w rules. Ordinarily it is Neces the rough and hectic Batt j Fary memorize numerous rules kept the packed stands in a fre governing sentence Structure and by As Only frequent fouls slow idiomatic expressions. These rules Down the terrific Pace of the d Are made unnecessary by Auto fives. For a time it looked Asma tic Finger movements that was the nucleus of Gray steam wot Cash prizes of $25 and $15 will a travel tangled thoughts. out on fouls. Thurman i be Given for the Best and the Sec a the wearisome primer lessons the fiery Little Forward who i Ond Best poems entered in the Way a plunge into advanced the attack in the first half a d. A. Frank poetry contest. On literature on science and other in sheer Speed and determinate test ants must submit their poems Tore sting Fields. In the Way the fouled out with nine minutes by May i miss Erma Gill As student builds up his vocabulary the game remaining. S25 prize offered n poetry contest Distant professor of English m. B. 2008, or or. Philip Graham assistant professor of English m. B. 1801. I or. Frank an sex student emphasizes the importance of local subject matter. In 1938, the department of English with or. Franks permission ruled that while other types of poems Are not barred preference will be Given Texas or regional themes. A if the educated people of our in the Mot Naturel Way i hernia a minute later he we a for now try geology Etc. Are fit subjects a a the floor b w Speed for such studies. In who has of m a t key words Are located by the left Finger acting As a guide the right thumb moves along the sentence and the sentence is transferred the students mind. Clues come from the fact that punctuation Breaks the sentence and that All German nouns Are capitalized. Although the method passes strength especially under Basket. And the Large Delegate of longhorn fans who had pc Lowed the team Here wondered the longhorns could hold the Lead. At the same time Granvil and Bobby moors had three fou apiece and Spears had two out of Nimety four Stu country scorn the commonplace,1 i. J a a ,.u dents on language exams that Ortho even Day things of life the a a . Oil i l. Marily require three years trainings with which they Are Fa-1 a it in a m. J. Quo my or. Pollard will not admit his Miliar and think themselves above i writing popular songs or popular poetry or poetry at least that can be understood we must then leave the uneducated the interpretation of the inciting causes of poetic thought that lie All about us a wrote or. Frank in a letter the department of English. Hours the Money player i in there again tonight and i never slowed up throughout High geared forty minutes. In fact the entire Texas tear Guage difficulties he a Mold save i playing with the Blue chips Dew who i it i by r y turned in a Sterling performance that it will greatly simplify get that championship stimulus i analysis wa3 what tipped system is a Panacea for All Ian the condition of Dorothy Jean his Point and asked be shown. Hoffman Sophomore arts and Sci-1 after tie fight or. Moore went once student was reported late courting.6 a a cd Ntina it i say urday night be improving in response a plea from the family of miss Hoffman More than a Hundred students went Brackenridge Hospital saturday and four were found have Type i Iii blood. In Case further blood what the boys dido t see m. E. Students see picture the american association of mechanical engineers will sponsor a moving picture show a the inside Story a monday night february 20, in engineering building 138 at 7 15 of clock. The picture which is being brought Here by the Magnolia Petroleum company will demonstrate lubrication As applied Industry. J. C. Dittbrenner of Dallas and j. T. Bragg of Waco will be with the picture answer questions. All engineering groups or interested individuals Are invited attend the sound picture 5. L. Doughtie sponsor for a.s.m.e., said. The transfusions Are necessary donors will now be available. Type Iii blood is extremely rare. Anne Graves student from Hutchins and miss Hoffman smother have already furnished blood for two transfusions. Miss Hoffman whose condition has been described As serious is suffering from complications which developed after an appendicitis operation february la. Wanna see the game then get tax picture students w without Blanket tax a i a n identification pictures should have Assembly Coop report them made monday miss Alice printed in this Issue the forty Page report on the Coop presented the students Assembly Friday night by the committee investigating the University operative society will be found on pages 7 and s of this Issue. The report was prepared under the direction of Keith Davis chairman of the committee. Archer Secretary in intercollegiate athletics has announced. First semester students who have lost their pictures and second semester students who have not yet had their pictures made must be admitted the basketball game tuesday night she warned. Pictures May be made at the Coop from i 2 and from 5 6 of clock. The charge is 25 cents. Spiffy Man grammar the Point where the average student can easily master its principles. After this step the students Are free build up their vocabulary. Teachers All Over the country have written Pollard that they have used his system on their students and find it excellent. This summer or. Pollard intends publish a Book on the subject. He has already copyrighted his system. What s in a name trouble trouble it s an Over Tor another year. Only memories and remnants of costumes from the a a suppressed desire theme of the Junior prom Friday night remain. It la he twelve More months before eds gather again have their night of fun exclusive of All male interference for the annual dance. But Friday the largest crowd yet attend the prom had its night of fun. Besides a floor show and grand March led by presidents of the Junior and senior classes the crowd had its fun with Jitterbug dancing informal pranks and posing for photographs. Some of them were caught in pictures shown above. A i want be ship wrecked a wailed Margie Nevelow a freshman barrel entitled s. S. Little is a resident of Littlefield from san Antonio who appeared in Field. Appropriately miss Nevelow dorm. The a varsity too. Has three of the four Marx Brothers Ellen Mackenzie Junior from Weatherford As Harp Carolyn Stumpf Junior from West Palm Beach fla., a Groucho and Larue Barrier senior from Seminole As Chico. The Trio won first prize in the costume contest. Showing that there is a woman behind All the Wisdom circulated lately or. Confucius Norma Archer senior from Baytown brought along mrs. Confucius mrs. R. D. Henderson social director of the Texas Union a mix up of Bills almost but not quite ruined the evening for four people saturday night. One of the Bills had made a Date with a girl for 8 of clock. At 7 30 of clock he received a Call. A Why did you Telephone you j and a an irate female voice i demanded a is the what you think i of your engagement with me a a but i did a Bill the first protested. A you did the lady in question hotly responded. A and what a More i done like the Way you be been acting lately we re through a the connection went dead with a resounding Click. which Bill shrugged his shoulders. Strange doings especially since this was have been his first Date with the girl. He prepared spend his evening with his books instead. Thirty minutes later the same voice was on the phone again. A a there a been a terrible mis Scales in favor of the longhorn near the finish of the game tired and bewildered bears Wei unable keep in Check a Tea that scented another league tit the first half was the faster wildest bit of basketball this Tow has Ever seen. The play surging and Down the court at a Tremer Dous rate was killing. After eleven minutes in the first half Baylor led 18-12, by the longhorns took up the Slac in amazingly rapid fashion and i less than four minutes had Pulle up even 19-19. The score at the half was 27-2 and it was ill anybody a a game. But hours Spears an Granville sparked the rally tha pushed the steers safely out i front and the substitutes tha went in for Texas helped hold the Lead. Udell Moore took a hard a near the end of the game but a not seriously injured. For Baylor Frivaldsky Vaughn and Little Charlie Boswell wer Tho outstanding players. The Box score admitted. A you see a it he said a you weren the Bill i really meant. Is there anything i can make things right a Bill told her where she could but it Wasny the same place where he ended up with his original Date. Texas of Fig it of Hull f4 2 4 d Granville f 5 3 3 la Finley i 0 0 Houpt c 3 4 4 d Cooley cd. I 0 i Spears g _ 3 it q i hours g a a 4 5 3 l Moore g a a i 0 0 Kutner g a. A 0 0 i i totals a it 16 is 2i Baylor 49 Fig it of Bryski f 6 it 3 la Creasy of 3 3 3 i Frivaldsky c _ 5 3 3 ii Barnes i 0 2 i Vaughn g a 3 i 2 Boswell g a a a i i 4 a Parks g 0 i 0 i Terry g i 0 i h i x a. _19 la la 48

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