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Austin Daily Texan (Newspaper) - July 27, 1924, Austin, Texas La Batta a Lexau vol. Xxv. Austin Texas sunday july 27, 1924 four pages no. 30 among those 11 in school i by Emilio Van Zandt. Ii ill Lair tiv Quot. or. A. J. Hall and wife of Baylor University Are in Austin during summer months or. Hall being lecturer in history of education at University. He is professor of psychology and philosophy at Baylor. Financial problem will be discussed examinations by stadium Board Start on a walk Ijar will lecture on Marlowe monday Texas graduate teach at Wisconsin o i a c classes will end on August Stark Cal 8 meeting of and Teitge win a be held f i a 4-v a August 4 7 officials for wednesday Cecil Jeffrys of Dallas Long a term student and assistant in chemistry last year is attending University. A a Jeff is a member of i Lambda u Epsilon a honorary chemical society and will be among next years graduates of University. A a Hub Arnold of Greenville is attending summer school. He finished Wesley College of Greenville before entering University last year and expects receive his degree in business administration next year. A. L. Dippel of Lacoste is in school and will receive his masters degree with August graduating class. Dippel has served As student assistant in zoology his major subject for last few years and plans enter University medical College at Galveston next year. Superintendent e. F.,Wright of Falfurrias was one of 3,067 students enrol this summer. He has a Bachelor it get arts and a master of arts degree and is now working toward his doctor of philosophy degree. It T. Jones superintendent of Premont schools is doing work on his masters degree. He is a graduate of Oklahoma University with a Bachelor of arts degree and has been working As a certified accountant in business administration department of that school. Convocation punned be called for saturday Oli Miller a been appointed instructor in journalism department at University of Wisconsin beginning in september according information received in Austin saturday. He will succeed Henry e. Birdsong who has resigned become director of school of journalism at Butler College Indiana next year. Miller holds a masters degree from University. He founded department of journalism at Baylor University and has served on editorial staff of Elpaso Herald and Austin statesman. Results of bar exams be announced soon stadium officials will meet in Austin wednesday july 30, at Cal of J Lutcher Stark chairman meet of a a Nom a Slu. Of Board of directors of a Iii Mimi drum association take up dents probably will question of temporary financing and other matters concerning stadium it was announced Here yesterday. The financial problem facing i stadium association and which will be discussed at this meeting of Board of directors is brought by fact that All construction costs Are i met As soon As work is done while payments on pledges Are i scattered Over a period of two years i it was explained. While a Large surplus Over amount needed take care of contracts already let Vias been subscribed stadium amounts now due on those pledges Are not sufficient take care of construction work now being done and which will be completed before thanksgiving game this year. Plans Are now being perfected and will be presented at meeting of Board of directors it is understood whereby this situation will be met. I collections on pledges Are Good asserted Max Fichtenbaum executive Secretary for stadium association. At this time Over 85 per cent of amount due from pledges has been collected. However stadium officials Are anxious collect As much of this amount As is possible escape payment of interest on i funds that will be borrowed thus keeping overhead expenses due interest charges As Low As possible in conformance with policy of officials make every Dollar greatest amount of work for stadium subscribers. To saturday August 2 will be last Day of class work in summer Normal according Bonner Frizzell director and examinations will be held on monday tuesday wednesday and thursday August 4-7. This will conclude 1924 Normal and it is possible that it will Mark end of Normal instruction in University. Although it has been recommended that a Normal be conducted next summer it May be found practicable discontinue that phase of summer work due decreasing demand for instruction of that kind. Decrease in students a decrease in number of summer Normal students a or. Frizzell continued a May be attributed fact that teachers a now aspiring University diplomas in preference state teachers certificates. It is significant note that after 1925 state teachers certificates will no longer be issued on examinations and applicants will then be forced acquire them through University credit work. A i not wish be quoted As saying there will be no Normal next summer or that next summer will Mark last one a or. Frizzell asserted a but in near future it is reasonable predict that Normal will be discontinued. There Are 343 enrolled at present hut it is expected that a great percentage will not take final examinations. 3,083 enrol summer term three thousand eight three students have registered this summer according figures at auditors office. Late registration will probably increase registration 3,100. information could be obtained of number of last term students who withdrew at end of term. University officials i ave expressed opinion that enrolment this session would be slightly less than registration last summer. D. A. Penick Coop gis Siso Worth of pens every member of 1924 i rack team will receive Fountain pen at Rice Institute or. Walker is also offering courses in history in Summer school will discuss Ennis main part of address will be on various parts of authors works Lela b. Dubose county superintendent of Jim Wells county for past six years a has of Texas spent monday in Demnlus. Is. Raymond Gerhardt will leave for Dias spend week end. Her 8101 die Bruhl of Llano is visiting Lambda Chi House. Gordon Lewis will spend week i in san Antonio. In Soh Constance Douglas left saturday Elk her Home in san Antonio. A amp Fiss Jonnie Winder will spend one Hundred and six applicants ook bar examinations Given at Capitol last month. Seventy six of these were taking Examina Honor Council be same this term Penick begins his 25th Kear at Onn. Graduated from Texas 1891 and received . From Johns Hopkins maw it Eek end in san Antonio. If Helen files has left for her Home Shreveport Gray is visiting friends eth san Antonio. A not m ,. I of Sterling myer left Friday for his be in Houston. Kef Etta Bain is visiting in Kerrville. Me forty Are Only reviewing and Many Are doing special work. A great number Are doing Only Art work which includes school music and drawing. Much interest in Normal a in spite of Small number of students More interest is being shown this year in Normal Thun Ever before. dissatisfaction is Conklin duo graph Fountain pens valued at $151have been received by Helen Rummel by University Coop store act Daniel Allen Penick who is at pres cording by. Rather manager ent assistant Dean of Gummer and Are be mailed members school is one of Best friends that of 1924 track team. Every mein varsity has Ever had. Ber of track team is receive apart from his position As Profas an award. I Sor of greek in University for it is ., practice of store i ast Twenty five years or 1 e-01 Ake Fountain pen awards .&Quot 4 has unselfishly served urn ,.ic a verify in innumerable capacities members of athletic teams of 1,.it. He has been enthuse a patient and University. A a i untiring in his Efi Oij As coach of those receiving awards on varsity a a Briu Ianc Tei Inis team which track team Are Trout Dayvault Clayt a year for second time won approximately i ton it Sprague Cowles Harris Shearer intercollegiate doubles Champion in in i a i apr. I i or. Curtis Howe Walker lecturer Iii european history will give eighth lecture on Public lecture series monday evening july 28, at Campus theater. Or. Walker will speak on a selections from Christopher professor Walker is lecturer in european history at Rice Institute and is offering courses in history at University during summer session. He plans read and discus quotations from Early English dramatist and contemporary of Shakespeare. The lecture will begin at 8 00 of clock. T. H. Shelby director of Extension department is chairman of Public lecture committee which has charge of monday evening lectures of summer session. Of members of women a Honor. Council will be same As for ions for first time while thirty i first summer session according miss them before. The final i Mcdaniel. The girls appended Dor. Ines i Jing first term will serve and yet available Varan ios Cre ted by a in a a expected. Imp min a Minim who is Quot a in i Youngblood thames Harris cooler \ sep position of Tennis coach Barm re Hackler Reese Ritchie was voluntarily assumed by or. Be Jackson Mccorquodale and Mcnatt Nick Twenty years ago without Captain Dunbar manager and lit thought of remunerative Reward fiend coach. As chairman of athletic coun of til or. Be Nick has taken a firm stand for clean sportsmanship. Or. Be Nick is also president of South torn Dennis Captain of 1921 Western conference. In this capacity football team and coach at Meridian she has Given much of his time graduate school enrolment less other than usual Cornet term will serve Ancis a of weather and very few created by withdrawals of Nec ted vacancies first term Council members will a not be filled work be carried on by remainder of Mem Laymond exc a incl oils Traxl a v Wasner Bros. Babbitt. 40tball Captain Here Wortham Captain of earn in 1897 and family a visiting friends in Austin. In is from Paris Texas Lent of Texas Mithu in i y w kind Clr watch repairing i a plan Call for a convocation of All Normal students is now under Way but has not yet materialized. It is probable that it will be called saturday August 2, but exact time and place Nave not been definitely arranged. A a 245 have applied for sheepskins at aug. Commencement two Hundred thirty eight enrolled in department this term /,.� Ain ii Flohl i i or. Chi i Tom Dennis on Campus. The graduate school has a total enrolment this term of 238, Accord too Tual team Ana Calm at Meridian be Aas Given much us in in a a Quot a it a 1. 4 b. College last year is visiting friends thorough study Ami Wise solution an a it on Campus. Football fans will of intercollegiate athletics remember Dennis As player who native of Carolina caught pass in game four or. Penick is a native of North graduate school. There Are too women and 138 men enrolled in years ago on Clark Field which Carolina made Victory possible for Texas Over at age of 12, entered Inutile Farmers. Verify of Texas at 18, and receive. �?0 a a his . Degree with graduating claps of 1891. He stayed in Texas a a Bozo Sammons in Holland for masters degree which re John Sammons Issue editor of coiled following year. In 1898 Daly texan last Long session is in Johns Hopkins University conferred Holland according a card received upon him . Degree from by friends in a tin. Be with fall term of 1899, his Way Rotterdam As a Penick began his work As an instruct Sailor on a City of Alton?� i tor in University. Ack is a native 01 i North though 00,00 Tovo i?o5 at Queen two Hundred and forty five students have applied for degrees in a or Vars August according Dean Taylor a 1 an amen is artist . A pre have applied for . De a you Are certain of satisfactory results than for any other degree with Bette . To tool litre 101 who have applied for bring your watch us tor any m6cnani& i,.,. ? Tenet after. I a in engineering Par Tion. 35 University professors named in 1924 who a who list includes 373 texans term there was a total enrolment of 28c, and 149 and 137 women. Seventy three Are candidates for higher degrees in August. There is be another meeting of graduate school before departure of or. Harper on August i. This meeting is be called at a later Date and will be for purpose of appointing a committee investigate question of Price i for binding theses. Or. La. Y. Benedict will assume duties of or. Harper in graduate school after or. Harper leaves. Varsity students spending vacation in geology Camp Law a and ment \5 have aim lied for degrees. Among fifty Austin citizens Isof Hilgartner Henry l., In Bright sat have applied for a., 251 who Are listed in latest edition House Edward James Herman a party of umber is y Geo by in save App uni. G. Jones M., University prof is dents under direction of or Whether it is repairs or in amp Bryice or and cleaning work win be done with i expert skill and care you would expect i factory. It will be a Job eat Kinsolving George h., Bishop i. Layhee have been in Camp in Ccoke county since beginning of sum this service makes a wat Man additional years every Way. Summer when you a convenient time and cleaned. Bring i Mith trams Ling on stadium of 22 for leb., 3 for . Of who a who thirty five Are at a 2.3 for . In Educa \ verify professors. There Are 373 i Sor or. In. Lion it it . In Home economics Texann listed in volume. The i Kleberg Rudolph sex congressman. To v Shine one4h4, tot is in Are medic names of University professors Lowber Rev. Janu s Marts i Mer school. They Ait gaming prac this one of largest number and Amli citizens who have won N., superintendent schools it Ileal experience in their chosen pro Tim ver applied for recognition in who a who follow Mather William t., University profession by making a close study of a applied a a. T a a a a is geological formations of Cooke county and recording their findings on maps. According A Green they a a a f i Sipui him not a a Grees this unto. Dean Taylor Barker Eugene c., professor Bat lessor Mayes William in professor stated that thew were about ten tit Williana j., professor Batts Rob journalism Miller Edmund t., pro i re it. In , and that Heert l., lawyer Benedict Harry fess or economic Muller Hermann k would v Safe in predict Dean Bennett Albert a., loathe Mali j., geneticist Neff Bat m., Gover a . Would Confer clan Blanton Anni. a duller nor Patterson John a Xan Logart have Stab shed a very a a it end of Brook Victor a lawyer Bryant Payne a ., professor Penny Camp in Lounsb Park at games Ijohn electrical Engineer , mrs. Perry v. Porter Ville Texas and every member of 0.___ i son a s., sex postmaster general ton professor Potts S., College party is enjoying Outing Butte George c Callaway Morgan i professor Reed Frank Lefevre greatest extent possible. Or can hell kill Lis professor cure Leiani Riker Thad w., professor members of party Are P. Ton Calvin m., lawyer Currie Sayers Joseph in sex governor Easley . Muley Robert Cuy a Cut Vlug a out Tulloc Thomas Duncalf Frederic pro Schoch Eugene p., chemist Schuj a Reed Christner William Pear Resaor Ellis a. Caswell professor in a her Rev. A., teacher Sel Json P. Burgus Lumi ingerbrand Archaeologist a a or. Penick get it tikk Ait two cd a us met school Pam Pat in Evans C., College president Gray Clarence teaching Greenwood a 9aby girl teacher cards Elias h., geologist Sevier Bressler David Harrell Randolph Clara d., author Simkins William wheless E. Vickery e. A. Mur Verence a., s., professor Sutton William Sich Neon O. Buford. J. Print Thomas b judge Griffith Reginald professor Taylor Thomas u., pro and B. Lovejoy a rejigs professor a Hackett Charles a col Thomson A., diplomatic or. Bybee is assisted in work a Hera Row age professor Haines Charles g., service udder John a., geologist of directing Camp by or. Ii. a a West Fitzgerald h., librarian wit a Bullard who will be a new Struc e. Tor in University during next a conferred Feskor Harper W., chemist. _ Hartman Carl g., Zoolo-1 Kerson e. A., lawyer Winkler Gutt Henderson Joseph a prof is \ w., librarian. Long session

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