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Austin Daily Texan (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Austin, Texas
Bacilli exalt first College daily in the South Luve a Austin Texas wednesday morning March 31, 1920 Mer Calls in Onder Stellars Iid for planning to test strength urge state meet in it. Worth meet football smoker will be to night no. 127 Field will make race for office University interscholastic intercollegiate athletic Assoc meet this year to action teams will clash to Cactus Tea room to be scene of a a Pep when Gridiron ers gather at 8 p. In. In May election Sigma Delta Psi Madame Gruitch to hold try outs Speaks to Large l�8ue be bigger than Ever Morrow longhorns Strong varsity track team of fourteen Mem prospective candidates for the football squad who anticipate taking Spring training work will be guests of a smoker and banquet to be Given to new candidate for president of students association prominent in varsity honorary athletic fraternity gives three Days for aspirants to make Good crowd of studies longhorns hold chicagoan for margin Victory governor Hobby introduces american wife of serbian minister asking for Aid Robert m. Bield of san Antonio. P for Ting y p Hurter state chairman v University interscholastic hers will depart tonight on the a a Katy v.,. A led a meeting of rep for fort Worth to engage in the in night at the Cactus Tea room at 8 As announce l the he u1u he a can a a Tieg of various units in the citation meet of the Texas Christian of clock according to l. Theo. Bell dilate for the office of president of f c. For the purpose of Organ University tomorrow afternoon. This mint director of athletics. Every the students association subject to r. Manual state meet. The event presages to be one of the most i one interested in this phase of ath Vav a place at the Library interesting from the standpoint of Letic training is urged to attend said of the M c. A. On the Sec Competition of any in which Texas or. Bellmont. The purpose of the indoor. Lay at 4 p. In. As the,1 will take part during this term formal affair is so stimulate interest meet a grown to such Large teams from practically every member of students in their work. Attender Ion within the last few years j of the Texas intercollegiate athletic Ance is not limited to letter men or problem t properly caring for the association will be present and com to men who have previously been con activities a a ate what come Here is becoming petition for first places will be Par nested with the football teams of the conceded Jingle diff a ult. Last year there Ocul arly keen. Among those schools school. Nearly i of contestants and Dele which will be represented by teams the combination smoker and ban who the meet. It was Are Texas Christian University Bay filet will be under the auspices of the Lor. Southwestern methodist univer athletic Council and will be comply try outs for membership in Sigma Delta Psi honorary athletic fraternity will be held on Clark Field on Madame Slavko Gruitch the wife White sox have hard time gaining Over varsity in baseball score 2-1 thursday Friday and saturday of of the serbian minister to the United the first debate 44 assay to procure for and in declamation and Bori urn Aid 105 judges. At the time Tennis preliminaries were play it i off Between 32 teams on sity. Burleson College Simmons College agricultural and mechanical College and Rice. The Texas team will go prepared to Tennis Conr. While 454 track con-1 Battle Royal with other teams in All let assembled for preliminaries events with the exception of the re Field. Weights. In these is to be found the a be work of registering delegates weakest place in the varsity aggie assigning them rooms was a Stu gation. Big men Are lacking and the Deus task arid it was Only by the squad is comprised largely of Small i support f the faculty and the but fast men whose accomplishments Centary to the prospective candidates. A Short program of talks by the members of the student body faculty and athletic coaches will be made. The program will be As follows w. J. Disch a conditioning and training a Umphrey Lee a a clean sport and spirit a b. D. Byran a specialization in sports a or. Charles Ramsdail a scholarship and eligibility a Theo. Bellmont a Efu edit that the meet was con have written their names in Gold let Ted satisfactorily. This year there ters in the eyes of the student body. Ure of texan athletics a Al m. Been two divisions added to the the Best hurdles of the state will Whittaker a plans for the new Era meet. One is in extempore speak contest in this meet. Stars of the in a and one in Tennis. These additions terse plastic Era who have now Grad of bring an increased attendance at year meet. Railroad convention a will eau Many to come that not come otherwise. Rated from High schools and entered collegiate activities within the past two years will gather for the first time since High school Days. This Abram Rhine to speak. Or Abram Rhine one of the Ablest the action of the University student body at the general election to be held May la. This announcement was not received with Surprise in varsity circles As or. Field has been j prominently connected with student for Many years and is j to be eminently qualified for the position he seeks. Field this year is a senior in the academic department and a Middle Law student. He will take his la. B. Degree in june 1920. He returned to the University last fall after 20 months of military service. Leaving for the first training Camp at Leon Springs in Huy he graduated with the rank of lieutenant and was first stationed in California. He late spent one year with the american expeditionary forces. Following the signing of the armistice he was sent to the University of Montpellier where he was a student until june 1019. Prominent in forensics. Throughout his career in the uni a varsity Field has been especially Active in forensic circles. He was the Winner of the e. P. Wilmot prize in this week according to an announcement made yesterday by a j. Juneau coach. The various events in which any person in school May enter have been distributed among the three Days in accordance with the strenuous Ness of each. States spoke to a Large audience at i the University methodist Church j last night. Governor Hobby Intro i diced Madame Gruitch As the men score of 2 to i. Senger of the serbian people. Most perfect in by Hill Cocke coach Billy Dischn a ability to train recruits into polished baseball players demonstrated itself yesterday when the longhorn team held a a kids Gleason a White sox veterans to a the contest was Al detailed play Ami occasion furnishes perhaps1 meet will be the feature of the Day Best Means now in existence for not Only because it promises to be the University to come directly in most exciting but also because the h with Texas teachers and prom men who will enter Are reputed to be i therefore very competent of hurdling with marvelous Speed. Joe Moss will uphold the dignity of the Orange and White an i Frazier will represent Baylor Brooks and Lemon for s. M. U., and the Overall twins for Burleson. Every team which will place contestants in the meet is confident of a members in of the league this winning. Some have openly declared on its tenth anniversary is 3300 that the meet Wras their irom the Start. Taut that a Good impression be be upon the and contest. Profess r Shurter says that he High assistants Are determined a he cooperation of the student to make his desired Imenes freshman declamation in 1914-15,1 scholars in America will lecture at the stat Peak context in the University during the Early part of june on a the poetry of the the lecture will be Given under the auspices of the jewish Chautauqua society. Further announcements Are to be made later. The recent Boone a temporary speak the meet will be coach Juneau Roy b. Henderson and others among the student body who will be appointed later. Many students have designated their intentions of entering the contests and have been practising on Clark Field fur the past two or three weeks. Because of the fact that the fraternity having the largest number of successful candidates will receive credit toward the trophy cup which is to be presented contestants Are expected to be numerous. Sigma Delta Psi is an athletic fraternity founded at Indiana University in 1912, and in addition to Texas has chapters at Indiana Minnesota Hanover Butler Lombard Utah lh1 Pauw Maine Wabash Colorado both University and Colleg Whitman and North Dakota. The purpose of the organization is the encouragement of comprehensive physical development and training among College students. The fraternity has a Madame Gruitch was formerly an w3s perhaps the fastest Ever seen on i i i ii a i j officials of j american having been born in West d \ it Ginia. She. Has repeatedly been fans who went to see the White sox play rings around the varsity sent to the i United states by the ser squad were disappointed. The locals exhibited More skill and team work than during any other game on Clark my prize and has been a member of1 chapter Here but Only our push Ball contest set for thursday which is nearly a thousand be than in n entered last year meets Are being conducted in than 150 counties in the state. Is will be 52 District meets in Only last week Twenty five were sent out by the univer to assist Ai conducting county of a re Crary and athletic events lessor it Hurter is of the opinion this Contact furnished with the continued on Page 4 of. Clash of War will be conducted according to prescribed rules of Law former varsity Man is mexican governor Rafeal Mike Cardenas a former student of the University who was the postponed push Ball contest will be Stager. On Clark Field thursday at 4 p. Rn., according to a motion passed by the students Assembly authorizing the freshmen and Well known about the Campus in the sophomores to wage the contest at years preceding the War has been officially elected governor of the i. A mexican state Tamaulipas according v it a aae to ing to the headlines of a mexican a p a Quot a a a papers Over the j newspaper. The alumnus of Texas it be contests Gener Defeated his opponent it is announced in the year 1917-1918 a space. D was kept of these clippings and 5 found nut 206 papers published a a carried stories in regard to l was estimated that Over a a urns were devoted to Arscho astir league last by 11,320 votes. Cardenas goes into office on May 4, 1920, and will retain his position until May 3, 1924, subject to the Vicissitudes of revolutionary turmoil. This time. The two classes will in allowed to test their strength against each other in a legally prescribed manner subject to University regulations. The initiative is now left to the two classes to make such arrangements As they desire. It is expected that a big crowd will be on hand to witness this annual affair. Of debating teams against Oklahoma and California. He is again a member of the debating squad this year and will meet Tho representatives of the University of Utah next Friday night at j the Capitol. In addition to his record As a speaker he has headed the activities of Many student organizations. He served As president of the Junior class in big the academic department in a it and is now president of the academic senior class. He is also the Spring term president of the Rusk literary society. Field is a member of Delta Sigma rho. Honorary Public speaking fraternity Sigma Upsilon honorary literary society scribblers Friar senior honorary society and the Young menus Christian association Cabinet. His versatility was emphasized in his selection by the athletic Council As manager of this years track team. Senior members namely Alvaro Mccallum 0. W. Scurlock to Tulane Smith and Ghent Graves of shorthorn will go to Lockhart second team baseball squad scheduled to meet Strong Village nine the shorthorn baseball squad will leave tonight or tomorrow morning for Lockhart to play the Independent nine of that City it was announced yesterday by coach a a Billy Disch. The Lockhart team is reputed to be Strong and the game will serve As sex cadent training for the second string Bian government to study institutions in the United states with the View of applying their principles to Serbia and also for the purpose of enlisting the Aid of our country when Serbia was in need. Madame Gruitch told of her visit to the United states in 1909 to study the school system Here and again in 1912 to enlist red Cross Aid when Serbia was fighting for her life. The serbians have always had a great Deal of Faith in the Friendship of the United states towards All her undertakings but in spite of the. Almost childlike Faith of the serbians the United states has been backward about sending Aid. The response to the serbian request for Money and red Cross supplies in 1912 was not Over eleven thousand dollars. Again in 1914, when Austria declared War on Serbia the serbians looked to the United states for supplies. While All the other countries aided states sent Only a Small fraction of Hor ambulances and Hospital units to Serbia the neediest of the allies. The units that were sent were Small and poorly equipped. She told of the privations undergone by the soldiers at the front on account of a Lack of supplies and adequate equipment and of the struggles that the serbian red Cross made to care for their soldiers. Out of the millions sent to the allies for red Cross Relief work Serbia got less than a million. Of held this year. Entering the game with a a do or die determination they fought like wild tigers to the finish and this spirit pervading held Down a score which last year ran to 9 on the part of the White sox and the year previous to 14. Fitzgerald a youngster on the varsity nine brought Home the first tally in the third inning thus making the Only longhorn score. He cracked a single went to second on a timely hit by Maxey Moore to third on an i error by Felsch and then crossing the rubber. Spectators went wild when Texas placed the first run on the score card. In the same inning Gillett fanned and cannot after managing to get on first on a fielders Choice expired at the hands of the fast Schalk Collins combination when attempting to steal second. Not until the sixth inning did the White sox begin scoring. , the other european fire at l at it out it Anuj Mclellan her the i arrive at for to oni a a a Simi frn tinn of Christian Endeavor elects new officers Highland presbyterian endeavoured went to second on a passed Ball and then stole third. Collins walked and then added an additional stolen base to the number made by the White sox. Joe Jackson brought both Home on a single later to fall at the hands of a double play Roberson to Mccullough to Falk. Gillett opened on the Mound for varsity and in his slow deliberate method of pitching revealed his ability to hold the White sox within the Bounds of excellent baseball. During the four innings he pitched the Chicago team managed for Only three hits none of which counted for a run. His Arm was in the Pink of condition and his deliveries a it re controlled have inaugurated their Spring term 1 perfectly. So effective a his pitch men. This will be the first game i Christian Endeavor work by these the shorthorn will play during Thi it Lection of officers an election being season and promises to be More than 1 held last sunday evening the offi i in a of year. To y. M c. A cabinets meet. Krs plan annual banquet loth a r selected As Date for feast at Dris Kijl stunts scheduled 1 tenement of six weeks i 5nual of sneers banquet will j Piau in lit Ian get april Driskill hotel. To a formal meeting of the old and new y. M. C. A. Cabinets was held last night when the new Cabinet took charge for the new year. Charles Barrow of Austin is president Reavis Cox of Monterey Mexico vice president William h. Potts of Dallas Secretary and or. D. A. Penick treasurer. The following committee and chairmen were appointed a committee on work for new students John s. Redditt of coed slumber parties in Middle Lake Austin planned with House boat uniforms keep off wintry winds boosted by Stark interesting. The line up of players which coach Disch will take shows that some excellent men will accompany the squad. The exact time of the departure will be announced today. Players who will probably make the trip Are k11 i s and Williford catchers Lei saner Mccall Jones Cera chosen by the society to serve for the following term Are president j a. Mccurdy vice president Nettie sue Bledsoe recording Secretary Virginia White corresponding Secretary Miriam Brown treasurer Marvin Brown reporter Austin p. Bryant. The term of the retiring officers has been most successful for the society ing that not a a walked and he struck out Mcmullin an old timer of the sox. Barry was sent to the Hill to assume the responsibility at the in of the fourth inning and he More than held his own. He allowed four hits walked one Man but struck out Liebold and Payne Pitcher followed Faber at the end of who the by Jiminy Lutcher a. Stark athletic Patron of the University extraordinary has announced to the athletic authorities of his Alma mater that he wants to give played on this because of the shortage hand $r�00 with which to buy uni a would probably be some forms provided that another $500 this line up. And one Olean be raised from the student body players May be added and Morgan. Pitchers Fitzgerald j has surpassed every goal set for it. First base Sanford second base the Highland. A s sent nine Dele Graves third base Wickline Short Gates to the District convention re continued on Page 4 of girls should be thinking of a name for their new Houseboat which is being constructed. Work has been de Stop Cox Nowlin and aider outfielders. Coach Disch said last of labor but it is thought that the new addition to the athletic equipment will be ready within a month. Swimmers will then be ready for dips in the Lake where the Houseboat will enter be established and swimming classes membership committee e. H. Jones j will be conducted around the boat. Own according to of san Antonio committee on Relig this unique feature will greatly a Ken it made monday morn i ious meetings j. Benton Morgan of facilitate swimming classes and is a Chark Les h. Brooks chairman a my univ. Committee banquet he i regularly on feb a it h ear was postponed f illness of Dean t. T a Ltd e. C. If. Bantel. Both professors a committee an ething is now in for the duty that annual feast. A Ftp not purchased n do so on wed / eater it annual arrest in the a Quot promised for this Gether. Rumours the engineering a Bant Greenville Bible study committee h. W. Strasburger of Emple missionary committee Jack Oglesby of Mertzon finance committee Albert s. Johnson of Corsicana visiting committee Reed Cranberry of Austin social committee Myron Evart of Dallas social service committee Hulsey of Ladonia announcement committee John Awtry of Mineola. The chairman of each of these committees will announce the members which they select within a few Days. Water enthusiasts Are Given summons in. Professor and other in Der warty the far some a do be Given an themselves As oth of i h of the classes is the unique stunt while b. E. Pierce of Austin chairman of the water sports committee for the Violet Crown san Sam to be held Here the two Days of april 20 and 21, called a meeting tast monday a tha actions have an night for University boys who were j isl expect t0 Puu off interested in aquatic sports. Several hat wil1 provi be of the University boys were presenta laughter for the and outline for the contests were made. Distinct advantage. At the same time Economy was practice in the construction of one Houseboat to take the place of three needed facilities these were a new Cabin a dressing room and a diving Board. Slumber parties in the Middle of the Lake will lie an annual pleasure. The girls Are therefore eagerly looking Forward to the completion of the new equipment. In the meantime a Spring Board will probably be provided in Bee Creek and deep Eddy will be open to swim mers. No girl however can swim in the Lake until she is Able to swim twice around the Small indoor Pool provided for beginners. Of. Night that changes in two More gently held at Taylor and have registered More than 25 for the state convention to be held at Dallas in june. Varsity singers Back from tour of four at the present time the band has a creditable Bunch of Good looking summer uniforms but their present regalia is not of the material or thickness that can keep out the wintry blasts that sometimes sweep a football Field. Since the bands greatest period of usefulness is during the football season the need for Winter uniforms is an acute one. Stark s offer seem to provide a Way for filling that need at last. The University of Texas need take second place beside no College in the South when the uniforms of its football and basketball stars Are examined. Loyal thousand View. Mark in successful trip in every detail is reported by the glee club conference report Given the woman a athletic Council held a meeting tuesday evening to hear the reports of miss Anna Hiss and miss Ethel Jackson who attended the meeting of the athletic conference of american College women at Columbia to. March 19-20. Al the convention at the University of Missouri 29 colleges were represented miss Hiss attended a an instructor while miss Jackson was the official Delegate from the University of Texas. Toasts were Given at one of falling Short of an even 4,000 totally Twenty five the registration for j the Spring term has exceeded All former record the figure now being 3, 97 5. Or. Vinson predicted that 4,000 students would be enrolled in the uni i varsity for the Spring term and the actual enrolment fell Short of that j prediction by a Small margin. Fifty nine new students entered the University this term being for the most part transfers from other institutions. A glee Tavvo More year May be Given in luring the Spring a financial Success the followers of athletic have Long wish the meetings by four colleges and of de that the band could be clothed int this number Texas University was suspense continues correction. Tuesday s Issue of the texan carried a Story which stated that the vice president of the recently organized Pat Neff club is Charles Harritt. The name should have been Clayton Hearne. The texan desires to Correct this error. Similar Bright raiment. Because of the noise it makes the apparel of the hand is certain to be noticed. All eyes Are directed toward the seat where a a red shimmies his trombone and where a a tops looks his prettiest. We hat a shame to the school when the Spectator find that the musicians can scarcely perform because they Are so Busy shivering the athletic authorities regard Stark a offer As a Challenge to them and to the University and they Are Busy scratching their sparsely cover honoured with the request for a Toast. Miss Jackson this Way. Represented Texas in soph team to organize plans for a Sophomore baseball team to take part in the intramural contests Are to be discussed at a meeting to be held the afternoon at four of clock Iii the corridor of the p. T. Shack z. Hall. All sophomores interested in the sport Are requested to be present to according to statements made by professor John m. Bryant chairman of the discipline committee nothing definite has materialized for publication on the class Rush that has been confronting them for action during the first few weeks other than the hearing of parties concerned. About seventy five of these have been wrought before the committee for examination but no action will be taken until a Complete examination has been made. And a report of the matter made to president Vinson. Mrbry most of the members of the club have returned from the weeks tour of concerts. No Long tour. Will be Matte this though concerts i nearby towns i term. The tour was due to the Good guarantees towns made before the tour a ranged. Irving Jones director says that from a musical standpoint the tour was one of the most satisfactory he has Ever taken part in. The last two towns visited were port Arthur arid Houston. Port Arthur gave the club a warm reception and a big audience. I Hiar a Tho first Hig glee club concert that had Ever been Given in port Arthur. The people at once spoke for a return engagement. In Houston the dub Sang under the auspice of the fax students association at the i Niver sity club. This was on saturday a reception and dance in the de Heads trying to figure out just howl meet Fred Laurentz who is falling ant is of the opinion that everything concert. A will he settled by the end of the week club rooms followed the concer that other $500 is going to be raised the meeting
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