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Austin Daily Texan (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Austin, Texas Bacilli texan first College daily in the South volume , Texas wednesday morning november 24, 1920 no. So thanksgiving reception to. Be big event modernist Art to be feature of 1921 Cactus spirit of Texas to be displayed in various ways results from notables to speak try outs Given at final rally to girls Are to take an Active part in the cheering thanksgiving Day alumni and girls admitted work being done by master free. Variety of entertainment on the Calendar for thanksgiving evening the one big event in University circles is the annual thanksgiving reception. This is to be the single outstanding attraction to which students alumni and Farmers will turn their attention when the referee s whistle concludes the Gridiron classic on Clark Field. The affair is to begin at 8 30 thursday evening in the Capitol with dancing in the House of representatives and special entertainment in the Senate chamber. Preparations for this event have been under Way for several weeks and details of the arrangement have been watched with a Zeal paralleling that of the football coaches. All is now set for a warm Hearty reception with music galore dancing and a general open hearted get together of students and a old timers a Farmers and visitors from every Corner of the state. Indicative of the widespread interest in the affair a graduate of �?T84 has written to Louis Scott Genera chairman asking for tickets. Alumn Are being admitted free of charge and for their Benefit tickets will be distributed at the Young menus Christian association throughout thursday. Heading the music and entertainment features of the reception Are Shakeya a orchestra burnetts orchestra the mandolin club and the glee club. The appearance of the latter two organizations Promise decided attraction As they will make their Public debut of this season. Informally is to characterize the reception and those who do not care o dance Are to be the guests in the Senate chamber of a specially prepared program. Girls Are to be admitted free and have been asked to come to assist in entertaining the aggie cadets at the affair. For every person some form of memorable entertainment is in store and the committees in charge Promise that no one will leave without pronouncing it a splendid and unquestioned Success. Tickets for the reception xviii be on Sale today about the Campus at Mcfadden a the Coop the Jordan company the Bluebonnet shop and Josephus pharmacy. They Are two dollars each. Architectural students of the University one of the features of the 1921 Cactus will be the Art work which promises to be very unique and will be different from any work of past cac uses. Work consisting mostly of modernist Art style will predominate in this Section and every picture will a wonderful process Border in colors of Black and White. The greater part of this work is being entrusted to master architectural students so As to insure the highest Type of Art. Professor Raymond Everett of the freehand drawing department and professor Samuel Gideon of the architectural department have been secured As Art directors and will work in conjunction with the Art staff in the capacity of supervisors. Or. Everett and or. Gideon have done work in this line before and will be of valuable assistance in criticising and helping in this part of the Cactus work. All artists will be at Liberty to interview them at any time for help. J. H. Foster who is directing the Art staff in their work reports that much Talent has been found in the University and that he is pleased with the Progress along this line. He further states that a dead line is drawn on mediocre Art for any Pic in this Way the Cactus will be Ture. More than representative of the annuals of past years in artistic production and As this work is based on the commendation of several important engraving concerns it is necessary to put emphasis on the High Type of Art. The Art work is still on a competitive basis All who feel inclined in artistic work Are asked to try out specific assistance will be Given certain productions in order to insure consummation of the work. It is planned that All material and pictures for this Section will be ready for the engravers by january 15, and All artists Are urged to turn in their works soon As possible. A Root hog or die is the advice often Given to a Texas razorback when it is turned Loose upon the Cactus infested regions of Texas soil and a Root Texas or lose is the Burden of a a stage Rowland a song on the Day before the game. When the longhorns get their final grooming at Clark Field wednesday afternoon and repair to quiet rooms for a Good nights sleep preparations will be made by almost 4,000 students to make thanksgiving Day a howling Success for the University of Texas. Last rallies the longhorn band three yell leaders and approximately 4,000 rooters boosters and enthusiasts for the longhorns will meet at the bandstand on the University Campus for the last Pep rally before the obsequies of the longhorns Over the Texas aggie. Enthusiasm was High at Clark Field tuesday night when the rooters got together for their Semi final rally. It is thought that the same spirit will prevail tonight when the lid will be prize slightly off in the last Pep rally of the season. part surprises of various sorts will be sprung by the University girls on the Day of the game it was announced. Twenty four men chosen to compete in second debate preliminaries be held tonight of Pla special Pari Twenty four speakers were selected yesterday afternoon from forty eight contestants to participate in the see a Ond preliminary of the University debating team which will be staged on december 7. Each speaker was allowed five minutes in which to talk. All of the speeches had been carefully prepared and were Well delivered. The number of try outs though not As Large As last years contained material fully As Good As that of previous years. Under the Tutelage of coaches Tompkies and Griscom the University debating team has won every contest in the past several seasons. This year the team debates Columbia University at new York City and Utah University at Salt Lake. Debating representatives from Colorado and Oklahoma will vie with the varsity speakers in Austin. In yesterdays preliminary the speakers were divided into two sections of Twenty four and the Best twelve in each were chosen for the next try out. The following debaters were selected and Drew for places in the next preliminary affirmative William w. Gibson. Paul Mcmahon Gardener Thomas e g. Lloyd jr., Kenneth Mccalla John a. Gofer Truett Walton Judson fran Cis Moulton Cobb f. In Harrison Frank Mcgehee Leslie c. Merrim. Negative Robert m. Field Scott Snodgrass Jack b. Blalock Franklin w. Peck c. L. Browning jr., Wayne r. Howell w. B. Combest John h Awtry w. C. Mathea c. H. Keffer Erie m. Racy ii. S. Kelly. Campus pm ripped with search lights to Aid in last gathering m to former student accepts position Cross country team selected William c. Of Donnell of Austin has accepted a position with the Texas chamber of Commerce with Headquarters in Dallas according to advices received by friends in Austin this week. Or. Of Donnell for the past year has been affiliated with the Huntsville chamber of Commerce serving As its Secretary. He took his Bachelor of arts degree in 1916 and later served As a lieutenant in the army. After Bis military service he returned to the University and registered for advanced courses in economics and government taking his masters degree last june in absent a. Of Reading postponed there will be no Public Reading this thursday because of the Holiday. Next thursday or. Miles l. Hanley will read from the works of James Branch Cabell a very interesting modern writer of fiction and essays. Mclean asks for two cars to Lead and follow up the race Library will be closed thursday following an established custom the University Library will be closed on thank giving Day. Reserve books May be taken out wednesday of Tern on at 4 of clock and May he returned Friday morning at 8 30 o clock. The Wrenn Library will however be open to visitors from 9 a. In. To 12 a. In. Students and faculty and their guests Are cordially invited to visit the Wrenn Library at this time. J. E. Goodwin librarian. Cross country running team which was selected to represent varsity in the intercollegiate event to be staged thanksgiving morning has been training intensively during the last few lays before the race. Coach Roy Mclean is confident that his men will carry off the Blue ribbons medals and cup that acc offered. Or. Mclean has asked for two Stu Lents with available cars to Lead and Quot Ollow up the race. The automobile n front is needed to show the runner the course and the one in the rear to pick up any that should drop out of he race. The cars will be needed for about a half hour starting at 10 30 thanksgiving morning. Those who Are willing to offer their cars for the a a Ace will find or Mclean in his office in the gymnasium at z. Hall. T seconds awarded to shorthorn squad four Hundred girls All dressed White and Orange will be in the girls rooters Section. A a of or the Field in waving Golden Texas colors Fly is one of the four Peppy songs of the girls repertoire and with misses Bernice Little and Louise Bernard As song leaders there is expected to be a feminine touch to the general noise at Clark Field that will blend nicely with the coarse Jac Kastic Melody of masculine voices. A. Amp Root Era Section will be composed entirely of men and men Are supposed to be Able to put punch in Yelling that women can to. Whether it is True will be seen thanksgiving Day when yells songs and miscellaneous Racket Are in order at Clark Field. Yell practice will be held for the last time preceding the Texas aggie clash tonight in front of the bandstand Between the Law and main bindings. It will begin promptly at 7 15 and close promptly at 8 of clock. A it is hoped that All old students will be out and practice with us in order to avoid confusion at the game a said Stag Rowland. A the grounds Are being equipped with a Battery of search lights Strung across from the bandstand to the main or. Vinson Lucian Parrish and Maxey Hart will make Short Peppy talks to raise the enthusiasm and fighting spirit to the highest Point. A everyone should be there and get into it for it May mean the gain or loss of the game a said Rowland a and it will be Over in time for the banquet for a a to a men at the Cactus. This is the last rally and everyone should be there to get the final instructions. A we will not stage a Snake dance Between the halves of the Turkey Day game because of the plans of a great Many students who Are not True sports to take the seats of those who stood in line All night for them a said Rowland. A that would not be fair of them and we will not leave the Nous Chandler issues Call for All Bondsmen to give final instructions tonight plays and panoramic views to be taken from special program Sidney p. Chandler director of the longhorn band last night issued a j Call for All Bondmen old and new j uniformed and uniformed to meet at the menus gym promptly at 7 00 of clock this evening. Every musician who has had any former connection with the band at All or is now a Mem Ber is expected to be present. Special arrangements Are to be made for the bands appearance on the Field on thursday and for some novel ani1 surprising features that will be introduced. It is All important according to the officials of the band that every Man who plays an instrument be on nand tonight. The band appearing in uniform will be one of the big features of the Turkey Day clash. The organization will probably come on the Field Short a before the opening of the contest after the monster crowd has gathered and will take its place in the special band stand that has been built it the top of the Texas rooting Section. It is planned to have a band of approximately ninety pieces on the stand during the game. Final announcement of the various details of the bands part in the big program will be made at the meeting tonight. Of tickets for revue Quot Flung on Campus National honorary musical fraternity to be installed War posters will be displayed this week promises of Many novelties and surprises Are Given to the Public program of Welcome to alumni formulated in order to Welcome fitly the great influx of visitors that will come to Austin for the big game a special committee of the faculty ha3 Bien appointed to formulate a program of entertainment. Special trains will be run for the Benefit of those desirous of seeing the game that the crowd in Austin will be overwhelming is certain inasmuch As Over fifteen thousand tickets have already been sold for the game. Professor f. W. Graff chairman of the faculty committee for making arrangements for the entertainment of the alumni has announced the following program. Wednesday night after the rally reception at the y. M. C. A. For alumni. Thursday morning from to to 11 30 faculty members at Home to the alumni after which there will be an Auto ride. Thursday noon dinner will be served to visitors at the cafeteria or elsewhere. Then comes the game followed by the reception. According to announcement from the athletic offices a a to seconds have been awarded to the following Man on the shorthorn football squad e. H. Dayvault c. H. Gayness f. M. Bralley r. F. Burns t. H. Edwards Dave Pena c. J. Fortier Wright. N. H. Vantine w. S. Rowland g. P. Gardere Webb Connelly y. L. Gulp f. P. Dayvault e. F. Lacy s. C. Burke r. J. Sledge Allen a. D. Sanford Joe Thompson manager. Coach Charles e. I a Don has been re employed As assisted t coach for 1921. Eighty dollars have been appropriated for the purpose of publish Ink last years financial report a. E. F. Club to hold smoker after Xmas special arrangements have been made with manager j. Novy of the Hancock opera House to open the Sale of reserved seats for the varsity revue of 1920 on the Campus this morning from to to 12 of clock. The office Force of the Hancock will be on hand Between those hours it a table in front of the Library to sell tickets and also to Exchange for Reserve seats 1 the admission tickets that May have been purchased during the Advance Sale. This arrangement is for this morning Only and has been made in order o eliminate the necessity of Stu Lent going Down town to Reserve seats. During the last week of rehearsals the revue program is rapidly assuming definite form and it is stated by those who have viewed rehearsals gives Promise of being one of the most elaborate and at the same time novel and different productions presented Here in some time. A special costumer has been engaged. According to mrs. R. L. Slaughter director of the chorus and is now at work on the costumes to be worn by the members of the cast. Featured in the revue proper of the show is the much heralded a Sweet sixteen chorus composed of favorite varsity beauties in a series of specialities in song dance and novel entertainment. Among the Many other artists who will appear in the cabaret scene of the revue will be Dorothy Dumars Al Deviney w. J. Park Hamp Abney Bert Ashby shorty Nowotny John Bullington Gordon Cahier the University quartet composed of c. R. Hooters w. 1. Park s. Pm King and w. M. My installation of the University of Texas chapter of the National Hon Jarry musical fraternity my Phi Epsilon will take place during the thanksgiving period. A number of jut of town guests including mrs. Hariet Thompson Wright National president will be present for the in gallation. According to the members this is die Only honorary musical fraternity a the United states and the Texas chapter will be the second in the South and the Twenty eighth in the country. Membership is based on a demonstrated ability in music. Aims and objects Are stated As the advancement of the Art of music in the United states that a raising of musical standards encouragement of composition <1 stimulation of musical achievement. Charter members of the University Chapper include the following students f Rancis Mike Bryan sep Jam Smith Clyde Vida Corbin Sulphur Springs Grace Browning fort Worth Tommie Woolsey Bay City and Gladys Fussell Cushing. Miss Anne Garrison and mrs. C. H. Sander of the Texas Institute of applied music and miss Hilda Widen of Austin Are other charter members. War posters collected by the University history department under supervision of Milton r. Gutsch will be on exhibition on the fourth floor of Tbs education building on thursday Friday and saturday of this week. This collection which is by far the most Complete in the South and one of the most elaborate in the entire country contains a Large number of posters from All of the belligerent countries and is in itself an exposition of the motives and feelings of the various Peoples. Athletic association is making arrangements for the Best panoramic picture of the a. Ana m. Game this year that has Ever been taken. A Apical platform has been erected on toe South Side of the Field above the grandstand. F rom this stand the of Uncial photographer of the athletic association will take pictures All during the game. The most important picture to be taken will be the panoramic View taken of the entire crowd just before the initial kick off while the a eyes of Texas is being Sung. This picture will show the Twenty thousand spectators together with the two opposing teams just before the first clash. Other pictures to be taken from the especially built platform will be pictures of the a. And m. Band Between Fae halves and of the Texas band and special rooters when they Are parading on the Field just As they form the famous besides arranging for the pictures to be taken from the stand the athletic association will have an official photographer on the Field when every play is made so As to get a picture of every sensational play made Dur my the game. All these pictures go to supplement the pictures already Aken of the Texas team the a. And m. Team and individual players. Thus when the game is Over Tomor of the athletic association will have a Story in pictures of the 1920 football season consisting of views of All the games this season pictures of the longhorns the Farmers the individual stars and the panoramic Dew of tomorrows crowd. Of Christian Endeavor to have rally to hear Jack Huppertz the City Union of the Christian the exhibition has been opened to end Aavo a will have a rally tonight a occasions Dur a 7 30 in the first Presty the Public on several occasions Dur ing the past but there has been added a number of new posters and it has been thought advisable to show them to the people again. This time was chosen As being the most appropriate because of the Large number of visitors who Are in town. After these three Days the collection will be stored once More and will not be shown until better facilities Are provided. Speakers club held interesting meeting Terian Church. The occasion for the special rally is to hear a a Jack Huppertz state Field Secretary of Christian Endeavor. He has just returned from Lockhart where he has been attending the District Christian Endeavor convention. He stated that the convention was one of the very Best he has attended this year and his discussion will be principally upon this subject but he is sure to give Many other interesting and helpful ideas. This is an unusual occasion for the Christian Endeavor and it is expected basketball schedule will be announced with the coming of thanksgiving and the Christmas holidays the american expeditionary forces have decided to postpone their regular smokers according to Lloyd Stienberg president of the organization. A we expect to have another smoker about the third week after the Christmas holidays a said or. Stienberg. A every one is so rushed now we con i not find the time to give the a. E. F. I club the attention that it should have i but after the holidays we Are going to Start off with everything in full continued on Page 4 special rooters definite schedules for Tho basketball teams in the southwestern conference will be worked out at a Meef in of the conference to be held in Dallas about december to and until then the definite schedule for the l longhorn five can not be announced. This was stated yesterday from the Effiee of l Theo. Bellmont director of physical training for men. Director Bellmont is also acting As coach of the longhorn five this season. Candidates for the five Are already at practice in the gymnasium under coach Bellmont supervision. A o speakers club met tuesday evening that some sacrifice be made to hear at 7 15 of clock in the regular meeting a Huppertz. This rally will con room of the Law building. A special that some sacrifice be made to hear thanksgiving program had been a Oral Pep rally but it will be Over ranged by the program committee in i a time for those wishing to attend eluding six talks by members con ithe football rally to attend the last Kerning the different phases of the Par a annual Celebration at the University -0 and was Well carried out y. W. C. A. Cabinet at this meeting of the club a re entertains friends port was heard in connection with the participation of members in the pre yesterday evening the y. W. C. A. Luminary debate contest for selecting varsity debaters which was held in the afternoon. The program included a the Reading of president Wilson a thanksgiving proclamation a by j. Cabinet meeting was held in the form of a supper with the sub chairman and friends of the association As visitors. At the meeting some of the problems confronting the association were Dis e. Ausmus a the history of thanks cussed by the group. These meetings giving Day a by j. Willis Posey a the Are held to make a More Friendly and significance of thanksgiving Day a i intimate feeling among the girls who swing. A those rooters who have not As yet secured uniforms be in front of the University Coop wednesday at 5 of clock. The band and special rooters will meet thursday at 2 of clock behind the Southeast bleachers inside the Field. This is the last Chance to secure uniforms. Stafford. By Alphonse Ragland a past celebrations of the Day at Texas univer sity a by Jack Ball a passing judgment on the Farmers a by pert g. Ashby and a a we hat there is to be thankful for�?1920,�?� by f. Beaumont Stinnett. Are on the second Cabinet and the Cabinet and they also serve to give More discussion which will help the association in its work. Another feature of the meeting was the supper which consisted of the usual buns Ham pickles and the like. Freshmen Aid varsity members of the freshman varsity football eleven which has proved so Strong this year practice yesterday against the longhorns and will scrimmage against the varsity squad this afternoon. Wednesday afternoon a picture will be taken of the team. This program will wind up the eleven a Eason announced coach Clyde Littlefield of the first year team yesterday. Information about thanksgiving game game starts at 3 p. In. Gates open at 12 30 p. In. Sharp. Those with red tickets enter through North Gates. Those with Orange tickets enter through South Gates. Texas rooters enter through Southeast Gates. All students faculty members and Austin residents should come Early to avoid the congestion at the Gates. Every one is urged to co operate with the Ushers in securing proper seats. L. Theo Bellmont director of athletic. A
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