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.,-V.J A TmE Cactu 1 !M 1 WILL C. Thompson. editor-in-chief Curtice m. rosser, asst. editor-i n-Chief Thelbert martin, Bl J. M. HARRIS. Asst Bl ess m am agep e:ss Managef .ASSOCIATES R. T. FLEMING. Athletics Z. S. ARMSTRONG, Art Miss Laura Burleson missRowenaBarnett MissAileemSyk Miss Lau ralettieSmjth MissEthelCook Miss El M. W. Lav P. A. McDermott R. E- HA J . L. Lipscomb C. R. Holland M I SE J ET C Wi OFFICIAK PHOTOGRAPHKB HARRY LAWTHER PURVIS H E n AWL ' ALLY BY THE STUDENTS OF THE U S H ' E It S I TY OF TEXAS Contents PAGE DtMicnl i(m 4 Facullv Acailt ' inir |)i ' |iail!nc ' iit 11 Kiiuiiicri ' inii I )( " iiai1 nicnt 39 l.au l)r|iai1iiiriit 53 AFedifiil Dcparliiicnt 73 Atlilotics 1 02 l ' " ia(ri iiiti( ' 145 Cliihs 505 TyiK ' (iirls 321 nraiiiatic- 229 Sliidcnt AlVairs 237 Sociuty 389 IVrs.Mials 305 Greeting CJThe CACTUS for Nineteen Hundred and Eleven is in your hands. |We have tried to record in permanent form the happenings of a college year. We fully realize how far we have come from making it complete. The book is finished; we send it forth for success or failure. If it pleases you we are satisfied, no matter what our mistakes lave been. noCTOK FREDERlr WAItREN SIMONDS PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY THIS liOOIv IS HKSI»KCTI-ri,I.Y DKUICATKI l ...l..i I ' ri-.leri.- Wi In iS fmorp of doctor d corge | . (I5arri0on Born Drcrmbfr 10, ISS2 Difti Jul? 3, 1010 Board of Regents JIr. ( ' i.-uncNCK OrsLKY, Chili niiiiii E. J, Mathews, Scn-i ' lnnj Mk. Geo. " V. Litti.efiet.d Austin Mr. .Io . B. DiBUELr Segui ; Mr. Vm. ir. liiR.iKR El Paso Mr. W. H. Stark Orange Mr. Alex Sanger Dallas Mr. Jno. H. Kirby Houston Fatultv Dr. S. E. JFezes, I ' rrsl ' lrnl Bv. W. J. Batti.K. hrni nf I ,,- A viJr in ir I , ' wirl iiiriit Pkofess()7! T. T . ' rwinii. i ' iiii iif till ' Eiii iiii ' rriiiii Dqinrhnenl JunOE .loiiy ( ' . TowM ' s, Dnni nf thr i,.ia- Department Dr. W. S. Si TTo . J)nii, nf f ,r I), purl iiirni of Education Mr.s. ITei-kx I i;i: Kii:r;Y, Duni nf }] ' niiini Miss Jessie . mii;i w . iixlrmlnr in Grrmiui S. K. AsilDY. Inntnirtnr in Enij1i ] Dr. J. K. B.VII.EV. A:i :nriiiti- Prnfctisor nf Cliiinislri Lulu Bailey, Ivslrm Inr in Phi sics Dk. B. T. BALnWIX. Assnriiil ' ' Professor nf Eihlnilinn E. C. Bantel, Aiijiinrl I ' rnfrssnr nf Civil Enijinierinij De. E. C. BaRKKi ' ;. Ailjinn ' l I ' mfi ' ssnr nf Alt ' ierinin ilisfnnj C. " R. r.ASKERVII.I. Inslnirlnr in Kii ' iJisli Dr. ft. Y. BE i:iilCT. I ' mfe snr of Applieil Mallimiiitirs- D. J. P)RO VN. Tntnr in (Vnnii ln J. . Calhoux, Inslni ' tiir hi I ' nrr Mnllirmatics r i;. MORGAX C ' aLLVW . .Tl;.. ] ' rnfes. ' :or nf Enqlisli Dh. Killis C ' A: rPi!Hi,L. Ailjimrt Profrssnr of Emilish fiss LlLlA Casis. As-tnriote Professor nf Simnisli Dr. D. B. Casteel. Inslmrhir in Zoo]n, i Miss BkssIE CoCIIRAV. Tnlm- in Enf lish ' J. A. CoRREl.L. Instnietm- i„ Elretrinil Eni ineerin J. F. Cox, Tvfor in PnhUr Spnil-ini Mis,s Mart Dechi:i;i). Tnxtmrlnr in Mnllii ' mnlirs AlEXAXDER DeUSSEX. Instnulnr in Grnlmp Dk. K. L. DodP, Iiistrni Inr in Pnre M,illinniilir C. T. DoWEI.L. Tutnr in nn ' -ni- tn Dr. F. Eby-, Adjunct Prnfessor nf tlie [[isfnri nf Ednrntion Dr. a. C. Ellis, Profissm- nf the Philosoptnj of Education Lee El.Llsnx. Tutor in Enolisli Dr. E. W. Fay. Pmfrssnr ' nf Latin is. V. FlX( II. Jnslniitnr in Clrit Enoineeriiif Dr. R. H. Criifitu. Adjnnrt Professor of English Dr. L. TT. TTaXKY, Associate Professnr of Ecnnoniics Dr;. TT. W. FTarper. Professor of Cheniislrii Di;. V. D. T-Teald, Professor of Bntani .7. L. TTeXDERSOX. Associate Professor of Secnndanj Ednention T. P. TTiLDEERAXn, Associate Professor of Lair C. TT. TTiLL. Instructor in FngJish T. S. TToLDEX. Tutor in Pure Malhenintics J. E. TToLI.IVGSWOltTir. Instructor in Gree],- Miss Aik i: llrnu.Uii), Inslruftor in Sjimiisli In;. L. M. Kkasukv. Vo V.v.wr of lii liliili iiiiil llislnrii .1. II. I i:i: . I iislriiclor In Phllofioiih ij I ' ). Iv l i: ii . I iistniili ' i- ill Eli ' itrinil Eiujiiici rimj . . C. KkKV. Ill. lriirlnr ill Mr, I, mil llis nni II. I ' . Kri:il i;. .l ' ;(r I ' mlr oir nf A rrhilrrhirr |)i;. .1. .M. Kri;ii i;, Assorin ' r I ' rnfrssiir iif I ' hiisirs .Miss I, ' (ii:i:i;t h i:mii:i;. 1 nsl iiirldi- in Liidii |)|;. l;. . . I.WV. hislrnrlnr in Eli ' ili li |)l:. I. M. Ll.w IS. Iii lnirlnr in l ' ,i,l,iiiij II. C. I,l i;s . Inslnnh.r in Dniirliuj .1. . . l.iiMW. . . si hinl Dirnlnr nf lyrlnisioii ) :. W. l; ] i.. Ailjiin t l ' n,fr. -nr nfllishn-ii Hi;. !• " . l;. y : . liKlrnrlnr ill Anrirnl ilis lori Hi;. W. T. .M. tiii.i;. I ' n.frssor of ' .viVv .li ih;i: Lmci! MiL.MiilX. Profrssor of Loir W. Iv .M i:i ' Zl lll I . Ailjiinrl Prof ' -xsor of (irnnnn 1)|;. !■;. T. Mil. 1. 1 i;. I nslriiilor in Efi nniiiicy )n. II. II. : S. Pnifrs«ir of Zonlni i . V. ( ' . OsTi; lii:i;. I ns-lnolor in h ' rrnrli niiil Sjianisli |)i;. II. ' I ' . I ' i;l l . Inslrnrlnr in Eiulli li |)i;. .1. T. r TT|-|;s(i . Iiislnirlor in Pl iislolo, ! ItK. L. W. I ' v l: I nsl rn, lor in Einjlisii |)i;. I). . . ] ' : rK. AiljnnrI Profrysor of (iri ' rlr ninl Enlin l)i;. M. I!. WiKHAL I ' rofrssor of Purr Mnllirninlirs ( ' . S. I ' oTTS. Ailjnnrl Profrssor of Lair Dk. Sm.vistii; ri;lMi-i;. Assoi-inh- Profrssor of llrnniinir Liinijiiagr: Dk. K. Iv K ' m.L. Inslrnrlor in llir I ' liHosopli ij of Eiliinilion |)|;. C. . I, ' . ls|ii,i I.. Inslrnrlor in En ' li li llislori r. I). l;i( i:. Ir „r Profrssor of A i nlir,! Mnllirninlirs ' V. W. h ' iKlJ;. Inslrnrlor in Moilrrn Eiiroiimn llislrrn ( ' . H. Ii ' owi:. Ailjnnrl Profrssor of Miniiii E nijili rr ri liij |)K. K. r. Sniocll. Assorinir Profrssor of Clirinislni Dr. a. ' . S.dTT. Profr.Kor of Elrrlrirni EmiinrrnniJ I)H. ( ' . li. SlininiM (ii: . Inslrnrlor in Pluisics Dl;. v.. I). Sill i;ti i;. Assorin ' r Profrssor of Pnlilir S lirnl.-iiia W. S. Sni Ki s. Profrssor of En ir l)H. V. V. SiMtiMis. Profr- sor of llrolofpi .IriHil-; i;. I). ' r l;iT(i . Profrssor of Lnir 1 . r;. T ' l 1,1 K. lii ' lriiilor ill I ' iril E ni inrrrinil ]■:. .1. ' ll I.W s i. iliniirl Profrssor of Errnrli II. ( ' . Wrwil;, Inslrnrlor in Elrrlnrnl Eni inrrrin; V. I,, W nil |;y. Inslrnrlor in Ciroloijii ( ' . II. W i Kl.i:i;. Inslrnrlor in Anririill nrnl Unlniiij hi:. I . S. Yii Kr i. Inslrnrlor in I ' liilotopli i II. II. V(.I;K. Inslrnrlor in Polniii III;. M m;y ' (l|■ (;. ' I ' lilor in Bolnnii SlAKK ■|U•V(i. Ailiniirl Profrssor of Grnrrnl EHrrafiirr Those I iirollt ' tl in (In ' (iradiiiifc Department Who Are Not Can- dicliites Kor Dej rees This Vear Are: Dknton " J.vroBS P no ' . x, I ast Berlin. Pi ' iin. .Makmox Joseph Levy, (ialvcston, Texas H. A., riiiversity ol ' Texas. IIIKI .Major, PTistorv Majiir. ( ' lieniistrv Akxoi.d lioMUEKc. Sl•llulenl)m■i, Texas ED.Mrxi) if.VRsnAl.L MiMioi:. .Ii;.. .Milfdnl. | ._ I ' nivrrsitv nl ' Texas. i:ili Texas B. .v.. Davidson College, 1!)08 Majni. Political .Science; Minors, liisiiti liimal flistorv anri Histoi-y Major. Pliysies; Minoi-. Mat lieiiiaties Cahk ' I ' iiomas I )( i;i.i.. Ausiiii. Texas B. S.. I ' liiversitv of Texas. 1lt(l-. ' Majni ' . ( ' li(iiii ! ry Wii.i.i . i Tii ii; ri) li ' iJAii. . ustin. Texas B. A.. l!iii. " ; M. A.. lIMis. Aiisiin Colle.uc Majoi-. ( ' Iieiiii lr ; Minois. Physics and i)iiii: May K ' ov. Aiislin. Texas (ieriiian i A Li:i: kisim;ki;. lAalde. Texas .Majdi-. S|iaiii li: Miiiois. Latin an Kn-lish l . Lit.. Liiiversitv of Texa-i. IDdl Majoi-. I|ist(j|-y; .Minor. I ' ji-lisli l ' ]vi;i.YX P)i:ri. Wiiioirr. .Viistiii. Texas M.. . .. ni er itv ol ' Texas IIi:m;y Wicsi.m Sri ia i:li.. Loiie )ak. Texas Siianisli B. . .. Lnivei-sity (d ' Texas. Pidli Major, Kn.alisli Li:i.: I%i.i,is(ix. San . ni;elo. Texas Fi.oY l)r: oi;i: Pi:i;i-i:e i ' . I ' aris. Texas 1). .v.. riiivia-sil (if Texas. Plli; Majnr. l-ji-lish .Major. Hn-hsh _y i, ii,,|. k ,,;, ,,,.,, |,|;, Austin. Texas Wil.l.iWi S iri:i. r.i; oi; nri;(;i:i;. Hilda, B. . .. 1 ' iii eisil ' (d ' Texas. IIKIT ' I ' exas Majnr. I ' uldnal Science .Major. Ihslorv IIkxijy .Lveoii Litciiki; Staiik. Oran-e. ( ' iiai;i,i:s lir:i; iAX W ' l Ms i i;i;. Austin, ' I ' exa Texas Major, liolany P.. . ., I ' liiverMtv of Texas, pipi .L M,:s Pkaxki.ix Cox. LinolcNille. Texas ' ' i ' " - " ' ' ' " ■- B. S.. Luiversiiv .if Texas. Pmi Vadi: llAMirrox P.oo.is. Lilierly. S. C. .Major. Kdiieatioji: Minor. Pliilosopliy and I ' .. . .. I)a idsnu Cellc-e. ptiC. Ecouoniics Major. I n t ihii ioual llislorx IIeiskeel Bi!V. x Wiiamxo, . ustin, Texas ' Aia;i:x I. ' kiim. ' H II m.i. ( I raidiui-y. Texas R. . ., T ' niversiiv ,d ' Texas. P.Mo I ' .. . .. .Vu.liu Colle-e. BMO lajor. Iv-ononiies; .Mimir. I usiil iit ional .Major. I nst it ul ioiial lli-lory; Minor. Ilislorv Enalish Officers Kail Term I.. V. STOCKAltl. I ' rc.-iiilriil Mi -s |)i;i: S ' l ' Accs Vici ' -I ' n ' yihhiil Miss Maiiv Sri:Ki; Srrrrlnrii V. . 111; A i)KXi;ii;in-l( Trcti uri r W. II. Camimm:!,! Srr(ji ' uil-iil-. i n!! Winter Term I.I ' KO ' i DkNMW I ' rrsiiliiil Miss Ijuwi: .liiiiNsox ' ici-rri ' sir( ' iil M i;ii (,)rAll) rcrr ' iini L. S. lloiFAi w Si ' i-i i ' iiiil-iil-Ariiis Spriiis Term F. W. CitAKi- I ' rr idnit M iss (■ | il.l.l Wll I.I Ms Viir-I ' ii siih III (;. I ' . C i)iii:i:i;v , . ' ■ rcliiri |j:i. ' m |)i: MA Scri rinil-iil-A riiis ( ' ,. A. I ' niMKi; ]hirsli,il Mi-v i ici-: Dorci-As Ilislniiiin Sm.iii: Ei.izA H Ki;i;. 15. A., l iockliavt I ' icrian ■liiiiKihiK brings its own reward. ' M i;(;ri-:r;]TE Bi:i(i:i.i.. I!. . .. lididn I ' ieriiin: Y. W . ( ' . . .: i ' a|il,-iin ' I ' cnin : .Vthlclii- Coiiiu-il ■line (.f Ihf ' Female .Sclic(j| Marnis. ' ■ ' il ' the Ba ketl.al! .M i;y hlu7.. 1- i:.vkij:i . II. . .. . iislin ■An authorit.v on Christianit.v. " iK ' .ixiA ( ' al ];i;t Jii:i)Fi)i;i). li. A.. ' riKirnton I ' ta Tan .Alpha: Sidncv T.,anii ' i ' " Nothing violent lasts. " Ivcrxiv ' rri; i:i; P i:( k. U. . .. Ilclicin ' . W. ( ' . A. •■. n unsolved original. " Ikkxk Teresa Boh.uid. B. A., Tinipson Ria.uaii " Some credit in being jolly. " MviIY I)i:HOR.MI BiCCKET ' l ' . B. . .. . ll. till ■Slow and steady. " Ii ' . lci BoOKWAETEIi. 11. . .. DcllM ' l ' . Colo. Wiiman ' s Council: CliMrMJ ( ' liili: . tlilcti - Coiiii. i SiiliK v Latiicr: ' i ' cxan lioai ' il: C-icliis I ' .iiai-il ; Sc I ' t ' tarv Frcsliinaii Class " A disciple of Diogenes. " William S Mri:r, l i!A i)i:xr.ri;(;i:i;. I ' . A.. Mnsnii (•apital Cliili; Siilfou Cliili (iiiAcE Bykxi:. F . a.. Austin ] ' i Beta I ' lii; Ashl.cl: : la-azinr Board ■■Where is Laura Burleson? " . rii.i:s Jdiix BitKrKH. B. A.. War( Crcliii ' ; Mana.ziiii ' Hiianl •■Likes to liave liis poetry publislied " Pearl Cade, 1 . A.. San Aiitniiin ' ir( -Presiili ' iit SiiplidUioiL ' t ' las " A iioliticiau oil tlie iuiet. " ' Will !.ek Buown. I!. A., li ' imfj-c M Ai!i;rEi{iTi-: ( ' alfl;e, B. A.. W ' axaliarliii ' Ka|i|ia Al|ilia ' I ' lii ' ta: Hca-aii; Clioral Cliil.; V. W ( ' . A. ■Keen on i.liilosopliy. " I.ML ' A Bi i;i.i;s(i . B. A.. Austin Cactus Biian ■Where is Graeme Kynie ' ; Willi M Hhllanh ( Wildili. (■■I ' .ill " ). I . A.. lilTilllllollf Allii ' iia nil) ; I ' .asi clliall ; SiTLciarv SdplioiiKiri " Cla-; I ' rcsiilcnl Acaili ' iiiir 1 )i ' part nu ' iit ■I ' olilielaii. oralor ali.l I ' hi Beta nialeruiL ' ) Ai:ii S-i ' A i ' ()i;ii ( ' i;ti;i;. I!. A., liiii-khiinictl ■ Vli;il ;iiv tlie wild waves sayiiiK? " Xwxii-; Iliiiiw i (; ( ' i, .Mi ' , 1 . A.. Austin Aljilin Delta I ' lii ■|aI I he woli.i sliiie. " M Mill: 1m i:i:xiA ( ' Airi-LKiici:. l ' . A., Austin " A -.iiiall lllillK not to he (iespiseil. " Mm -i Mni;i;i--() ( i ii. I i; I.. 11. A.. San Aiiloiiio ••WiMioHi is ilie priaiipal thing. " IAi; ()zi; ( ' 111 -l-|lA. i. Jii.. I ' .. A.. Wa aliai-liii Itrlia SiL:iiia I ' lii ; ' I ' faik ' I ' raiii; ' I ' lvxan liiuinl " The man with the iliviiie form. " Ivilli.l, ( ' (MlK. 11. . .. Dallas Cacliis ll(ianl " i:ver,vln).].v knew her. " :i:iii;(;i; I vsti.am) Ciiimstian (••( ' id " ' ). II. . .. . iistiii " ( Uel lll. ' le h.V llie | 1 -I lllMf Ihe Ul ' wisl lal ' s wiuilow. " K Mii,i::: I.ahs (uhrKv. 11. . .. .Mcxia SiiliKA l.anirr ■. luhHT Ks.nlaimis a |iill- voman. " Ai.o.vzo Bettis Cox. 1-5. . .. Sii ' |ilicii il " Our friend from the recdoay. " ,i: . iiii; Dim mitt. 1!. A., Austin " It is to swear. " M Villi: Ii ' rrii Ckoss. R. A.. .Viistin ' Noni- liiit an author knows an author ' s eare.s. i.i( i: Ddici.As. 1 ' ,. . .. ' IMcr -Mlilia l)i ' ll;i riii ; Si.lnrv L:ini s|r ' means what slu .h:i;u.M|.: Wai.ti:!; 1) ii:i. ( ■•( ; iini-slui " 1 );iiiirls " " ) . I!. . .. Cntlllhl liuxAi.i) Drxiw (■•Dniinv " " ). I ' .. A.. Ksjvpt I ' lii D. ' ltii ' Hu ' ia " l,;i-l bill not least. " Tj lid-,- ' ;ii.iM;i;r 1)i;xm x. ,Ii;. C I ' lcs. " ) . . . . San . iii(!iiii) .Siijiiia ' lii " riii-n- she Koes np the steps now. " ■ . iii:i.K I ' JM ' HKsox. i;. . .. Dallas I ' i llfla I ' lii : . llilriir (■(niiuil : ' rcniiis -■h.- ' Aa- l.iiiii in Dallav Ti- as " OERTRrDE Faber, B. A.. Tvlm- " The responsibility of the world is on my sliouWers M. i;v (Jrixx (JiLLKSPiK. B. A., Foit Wurll I ' i Beta I ' hi " A modern Priscilla. " N ' lCToiuxi-: FiHi.i), B. A., l.ockliart Chi Oiiicjiii ; KeagiUi " Siifiar is sweet. " l- ' itrrz W ' lM.iAM Graff. B. A.. Marshall " What ' s ill a name? " • Jeorge Pexdleton Gadberry ( " Dad " " ), 1!. A.. Ansiiii " Something on the order of Father Anchises. " . K Iaiy irA. riLTOx. B. A., Dublin " Aiiolher of those grinds. " Carl Asri-ry Gardxki;, B. A.. Anson " Cioes merrily on. " IvMN. 1I- , ILETT ( " Short) " " ), B. A., Italy " III- used ic) |)lay quarterback. " Anxik K ATic IIaukis, B. a., Austin " .Sileiu-c a virtue of tlie wise. " Thomas SrAi. (ii; I ' li llKXDKiisox, .Ik. ( ■■. iliiiiinr ' ) . P . . ., Cameron " Coyote lumiorist. " jiri ' ii 1Iai;i;is. 1!. A.. San Antiini( Ali lia Delta I ' lii " Intellectual and spirituelle. " .Ia.mics Fiiaxki.ix 11i:xiii;i( i , I!. A.. Slir Maiii;i, WixxiK IIakuisiix. B. A.. Austin " I ' am now past tiie craggy paths of study. " FhAXCKS LoIMXK IlKailXHOTHAM. I!. A.. Duiilll ' (iiiian " s Cmiiiril " V. W. (■ A was hei only love. " I ' ji.MiM) lii:ixs(Ui . ! ' .. . .. iiarllrtt Capiial Chili; V. M. C. . . ■Doil ' I dare sly the V. M. C. A. is in politics. " l-;iix V l-;i.i.i:x Hindi:. 11. . .. S;in . ii,c Pierian " .Si-cn hut not liearc). " I.riiii:i; SiuMn 1 Imi m a . 1!. A., Dciilon D ' li.i Tnii |)( ' ll;i: l ' iv ii|cni Siinlfiits " AssDcintion; ' ai-siiy Drliatiiii; ' ream ■■Till ' iialion iiiiisl he saved. " M i;ii i;i:T I ' j.i AKirni .liiiw, l . A., hallas ( ' la Tail Alpha: l!ra-aii ; Cactus llnani " All Kiuid an.l no hailness. " |)n Al.li I i:KA:i1. 1). A.. I ' l. ) i rr. (till. Delia Tan Delta " Sleeps ill polit and bridges al lionie. " . li;s. Anxii: Ci.icxnox Mu.i.ku. I!. A.. Austin Alpha Delta I ' hi .In-iii: 1,(11 isi: .liiiiNsov. I ' l. A.. San Mart Ka|i| ' a Alpiia Tlieta : Wdiiian ' s ( ' (Hiiuil " An arunnieiil for i-o-ednfiUioii, " l ' ]n.i:Ni: K ' ulwh Ki:i.i.i:i;shi:i{(;i;i;. R. A.. Austin Y. M. ( ' . A. " From proloplasni lo iieripilas. " KdiiiKi IIm.i.i: ' ! .I(im;s ( " l-eri " ) . 11. A.. Sahuh 11 Ml l.ldN 1 l.i:i- ( " l lam. ' " ), rhi (;aii;iiia Delia li. A., Dallas .Mauiox .TosKPi! Lkvv. B. a., rinlvcsldll •■Prof. Ia v.v. (lid I niissilie question on Ki-ml:diMii? ' l- ' i; w i I.I I.. M ' ti:i;no . 1 ' ,. A.. Sininn W ' odTKX r.KUrnooT. H. A.. Austin " Till- Immtile lli| -llriii|HT. " lliiKI. Smiiii MrA- ll . li. A.. Iliill-liiii Cum i; LdNc. I!. A.. Kl I ' isn Aradclllir i;ivi ' |)lioll ; ' I ' cxnil i ' .n:ilil: Cilcl 1 ' Atlil; lic Cniiliiil; W ' liiiKlli ' s Ciuillcll; Im ' . h ' cii ' iitiiiii ; Si ' ci-ct,-iry KiTsliiiinn Class " 11 i.su ' t size thai loiiiits. " " -, .liiiiN Aiii: M( I ' Aiii. wii. i;. A.. I nlcniia Killa ' I ' aii Drlla -Tllf piMiislve «niiil.-l. " . i ' I ' kwik Lri s, i ' l. A.. Slirnnaii Alpha I -lta Phi ••What will Ikmomk-oI A. I). Phi? " l ( m; .I(ii: M i:i;i,ii I., i;. A.. Sl( ' |ihrii ill ; " Voiii- luurii- shoiilrl hr ilcnt OMar. " Ml WHO A ' lDLA ; rini)i.Ki!i{()(iK. r . a., rataiidrilii " Alhlfllcs V. A. B. " CoiiA I rcu.E iFoRi.EY, B. A.. Austin i Kpafian ' 1 " We are wiser than we know. " MaKV P]lIZABETII ilOBLEY, B. A., ( ' lt ' l)liril ■■fa Tail Alpha: Ashbel ; Y. W. ( ' . A. " Oh no. Mary never studies! " XdiaiAX I ' OTTEli MnUKiiH, I!. . .. . ustin Trxaii Boanl Mll.l.AlJD P DGAR AFOXTEITIt ( " rdllty " ) , B. A., Beltoil |: KapiJa Alpha " Chesterfield and Cavalier combined. " l. ' AM ' ii KiiwEX Nixsox. B. A.. Newark ' iidMAs Seahs AloxTtiOitERY. B. . .. W ' li i li ' wri.trhl " Kii ked his wa.v to fame, in tlie .Tmiior-SeniDr Kame. " D.MiM) Lke Xc x ij.y. p.. . ., Snn Aiigelo " A teacher in San Angclo. " IIkfikkkt Lixiio Pi,Arri;i; ( " " l- ' atlu ' r " " ). R- A.. Denisuii Aliiha Tail Omega; ilaiiauor Baseball " Baseball and chemistry. " Iri.IA Ml.lZ Alii ' .TII I ' inTllIKTT. Clii ()iiie, ;a ■■Thai is a snod point ; ' P.. A., San Man D.M i;i:];ii I ' ooi.i:, ! ' .. A., (ireeiivil ' ■Xot so anibilious as liis famous namesake. ' CirAUi.iK . i,i:. A i)i:i; Ticketi-. P. A., (iaiiie.svill " Tlie man willi tlie groiuli. " tJ.ASTO.v AiMiiii: 1 ' iii;ti:i;. li. A.. San .Mart " Senior Marslial. " Maktix Qtwri). I ' .. . .. Marlin Tiiwiics ■■.Moil Diell! ' IIi: HY l.rciicx I ' lnrcinyi r. P.. . .. .Vustin .loii.v lir.WA.N PiiiiA, P). A., (ion Saiiii: ( ' i. ii;i: li ' icii miind. I!. A., l-jmis W ' lillKlirs ( ' nllinil • ' .- liPKOt llicrrjiisi the SiiiTK ' . " li ' iii;i;iM . i.iKi;ii SciKisrvi;. II. A.. Aiisii " Down with Von Buelow. " ir irii; Ki.xA Iii)iii:ii( . I!. A.. Cahi ' stnn •■Alias, .-iiiiiny .Jim. " l|-.- T. vi-: Ki,.M()i;ic Sciii i.rz. 1 . . .. Ilon tdii " Bisriuink forever. " Maui Kstiii:i( IfoBixsov. B. . .. Snii .Vntoiiio " Hit will wa i-vpf sofl. " Wii.i. i;i; livi-;i;ij-:i.: Sii , II I ' iii (iainiiia l»flUi " Tin- mail with ilie loiiicil.v i lollies. " . ., . iislin ( li. ' iK i: .M ( K |;iism;k. K. . .. Dalla. ' . l|ilia Tail OiiKi a ; Tiicta n Kpsilon • ' Woiildnl liaiirl m a grin. I on liiiiiM ' ll. ' Cii i;i.i:s (;i;o i:i; Smith. 11. . .. W ' acn " . ilr-s,rii(laiil of Caiilaiii .lolni Siiiilh llic oiil.v on II- Ml I.|;A SpIOAl, ' : ' i(iliii ( ' lull " Sweet ob!iginmiess. " F.. A., linnvnsvill, Kitty M, k Staaii ' s. B. A.. Scy-uiu " Her affinity — Eiig. 4. " .Mai;v Ei.izAiiKTii Si ' i:i:k, U. A.. Sheniian Kiippa Al|ili;i Tlu ' ta " Site would Ratlier than, than not " i.KK ' OV " ' l Ti:i( STdiKAIili. 1). A.. Frnst y. M. ( ' . A. ' I ' lHiMAs IlvKwoiii; SiAiY (■■( ' ail. " ). ] . A., Aii.sti riii Delta Thcta : Y. M. ( ' . A. : Ra.seball " Come on. Fellows. " Oi.i.fi; .Stkattox. B. a.. San .Vutnnid " Nothing liul As ami B ' ' l) Dhkw Stuics. B. . .. I ' alr. fiiii I ' l Bria I ' lii " One of the very liesl. " .loll j-jiw Ai. ' ii .Sii i.i.ki:n. B " Who siiil CiTnianV A.. All-till Mai;y CiiOfKETT Sweet. B. A., RrownwoDd ■•I ?1 siuii teach others who tlieiiiselves excel. " Waitku ( ' (iki) Waulkijs. B. A.. Elkliaii •■imicianuirniT of the iviidniKlii oil. " [ns. Nellie ' P.wiok. B. A., Austin ■■Patron Saint of the cla.ss. Mabel Watson. B. A.. Miii lrii Clii Oiiii ' fii •Siiiiiilicit.v imailonied and l)lii hinj; majesty. " Maiiy Walkek TiroMsox. B. A.. Eaji ' le Pass ] ' ii ' i-ian ' ■Tliere is no satiety in study. " Makiox Eleaxoh Weeks. I ' .. . .. Austin ■study had made her very lean. " I- ' louexi ' E I ' ' l(JE ia aliiii . -, B. A., 8an . iit(Miii. ■■DauKliter of l ' :|iirnrus. " ; .MiEi. West Love, R. . .. . iistin ■AVelcome to those sideburns. " Xi-TTiK .May Wii.Kics. P.. A.. V:u . Kappa Kappa (iaimna; l?al)l)it " s Fool " All llie ' frats ' sent hostages. " Khxest Julus Wolkf, B. A., ilarlin Cajiille Williams, B. A., (iatcsvil Ti Beta Phi " Bill slie wore a hobble skirt. " ; li;s. I.AIIIA Wool). H. A.. .Vlistui " Kiiowlerige is her liandiiuiil. " Sai.1.11-; I. i-: AVim.i. . is(i . B. . .. Clchuni V. W. C. A. ■•Tlie iH ' lle of the perip " |). Mi:i. IIi:xnY WojiACK, B. A.. IIiiinUK " We liad one fine time getting his picture. " .Ii:t Corixe AVixters, B. A.. Fort Worth . lpha Delta Phi: Cactu. Board " She ' s in love with one of the stars. " Glass Officers Fall ' IVriii W. K. Bkowx I ' l-fsiili ' iii MfsS .ToSEPHIXE BrO VDBE.VT ] ' iri ' -rn ' siili ' iil iliss Lyxdall FrXT.EY ' ■ ci-rflniij- ' rn ' iisiir( ' r p. L. C ' ai.dwet.l Scn i ' iiiil-iil-. niis Winter Term ,1. (;. FOSTEI! I ' rrsiJrnl Miss Im.IZ Uiirill I,i:Fl ' ICII V ' ui-I ' n sidi ' id Iiss EsTiCLi.i: Klett - icrctiirii-Tniisiinr . K. Bl;i) v Scri raiil-iil-A nil.- ' Spriiiii IVr... ( . K. Tirs rr, .l, ' r„l M IS-, M V. I ' .ATTS ] ' l(r-l ' nsi, r„l 1). F. MrCoi r.i ' M crril ini- ' rn(isHrcr .1. (■. l ' " osri ' .i: cniViiiit-ot-Aniix Class Officers I ' iill Term Lewis Oaiiwix I ' rrslilnit Miss .Ikax .IoIIX lrr-rrrsiilriii li. M. AxDKitsoN ' i ' iTi tiirij- ' rrriisiinr AViii(or Term _R. T;. Sri.r,i - x I ' l-rsiilnil : l Is- Is r,i:i. ( ' i;iii: ' irr-rrrsi,l, ' iil Li: vis I)Ai; IX ■ iri r(nil-iil-. niis Spriiii; TiTiii ? i: Wll.sox I ' n siilriil : liss Ki.MXi; a: ' i,i-l ' ns:, , ' iil ' S i l( i:s l! Kxi:ri ' ' ( ' (ri ' t(iiii- ' ' rriisiin ' r li . I J. Sill i Scri i ' diil-dl-A nii BTuce Ci iilloway Patterson I Rounfitree Lowe Neely HiKKins Pittman wliumaiiri Cox Sullivan Crawford Willis White Flewellen Eddins MrConib Anderson Patterson Holdeii Terry (llass ()l " fi i ' rs Ted De.vley I ' lryiilml Miss Franki ix Wood I ' n -l ' n: l(lnil August Schmidt Sicri ' liirii-Tnusiinr F. HAnMOX " iiy cdlil-iil-Aniis Viii( T Toriii Tinr Akchki; rrcsliltnl Miss Mii,D|;i:d ' I ' |IA|-|IN:I, ' ' iir-l ' r( ' slilril! " Miss (liiMiOW ' rrrrliiri - ' rniiyiirfr K. r. Dkalky Scnii ' init-dl-Aniix , Si.rii.ii T.-rn. ' t. Xihi.o I ' nsuliiil .Miss I tiii:i:ixi: Itici) Vici ' -Prcsklnil M iss 1 1 i;xi)i:ksox Srcirlary-TrrHsuirr Tom Aii(iii:i: ' rri;r,nil-iit-. riii.i ■ fl n fm Bi Hi ' p Wm El w ■r R Ij I BK " ' H Hk ■ fC B 1 F H ■ k , 1 r i« fN I Pi ffiu JF K F -fC Pali jfjH n ' •i mAji, bB K. .x, . FP " .i ' 1 UoKgelt Slieriill Klcll Koss Voiiii -liloorl Pic-kett DiiLiKlil.v Vlls joli McKiniiey Kocii Van lloiui-ii Taylor II ( .loru- Blal " . k Full.-l Wvtiii- .l.lhM-.il M.Doiialil Sliiirl I Baker Terry Hewall AiKlreus Terry Jlclver 1 Hunnsiicker Anderson Swearingen Sonierville Kiiiley Littmaii Harmon Vissell Coleman Cohen h riar The SeiiHir Sociefv Duncan Rosser Potter Levy Stacy Hoffman Platter ' HALING Offi icers Engineering Department S. p. Hatckiott rrrsi,]ni W. L. Eyres Vln-J ' rrsi,leiit B. Chow rcir ari -7 ' misiircr N. N. Lacy Scrg,;nil-at-.{rms Class Officers Full Term J. T. Persoxs I ' n-siilrnr BaXKS : [cLArRIN- Vi,-r-[ ' iysl,lriil J. E. HiLI crrrlnri -l ' r( ' )i :uirr W. L. Eyre Scnifrnit-iil-AiiH ' : P i;r(K IcKexzie Alexandkr, C. E., " Wciitliorfonl " Tliou hast made him a little lower than the angels. " William I ' ]i_) v ard Eatox, C. E., TJnrk Springs " Lay thy hand on him, remember the battle, do no more. " IIarky Abeei. Beokwith, C. E., Ballinger 1 ' . E. C. : Xwehec: Cheer Leader " And there arose a great storm of wind. ' Joe Jefferson ' E.still. C. E., Graju ' vinc Track Team; Fodtball Team " How long wilt tliou sleep, oli sluggard: when wilt thou arise out of thy sleep? " (iEOHGE Harrls Brush, E. E., Au. ' itin I ' lii Gamma Delta " Nothing ill can dwell in such a temple. " Sam Ffxhexbacit. E. E., Dallas " Nature hatli formed strange fellows in her time. ' I ' ) I LEY Hent.e Crow, C. E., Henderson ' I atn black, but comely, oh ye daughters of Jerusalen riio.M. s Waltox For.max, C. E., Piano " . Forman his days are as gra.ss. " . li. (,ii.Mi:i;. ( ' . E. ?. E. C. .rui ruimiiiK wattTs oiil of IIaxs Kiciikiii) I1i:i.i,ami. C. V... San Aiitnnio Fonthnll Traill : Kappa Si, rnia " Such knowledge is too wonderful for me; it is liigli, I can not attain unto it. " F. D. (ifERKA. E. E. •My mind aspires to otlier tilings. " Eai;li-: rxiiKiswocn) IIknky, C. I •■How have I liated inslrnttion. " ' ].. Dexter il liiiY TIa.miltox. K. E., Aiif tin Sis ' ina Chi: (Jeniitui Chili: Quartette Frank Bkn.iamix Kuux. E. E.. San Antonio •• ' Tis better to have loafed and flunkedi than never] to have loale at all. " Sami ' ei I ' lxiKXKv IImciikit. M. K.. Plainview " I am for peace, hut when I speak they are for war. " Ai.i ' KKD (iKdUdr: L. HKXiK- ' i ' od.Miis. (. ' . I-].. Aiisiin Stock Co.: Cheer Leader ■•I was almost in all evil in the midst of the congregation and assembly. Caui, Lee, K. F... CoiiKinrhc Students " Council : Kwclier " He is small and quiet, but proficient in many things. ' " A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance. " IIm; i:v Hiaci-: [r. i. lister. C. E.. Austin m;i.i: ' rii.i ' dKii ilAXLEY. E. E., Palestine Ipoii t:irlli iliore is not his like. " liwix,- .Ml Laikix, C. H.. WclilM ' ivilK. ■Tlie C is his and he made il. " • luiiN iii: M i;i li. M. Iv. San Anjjelc r A Thcla I ' i ■Thou Uniiwcst all the rocks and tlie hills. " I ' JiMI li l- ' .Ml ' .KiE I ' KMIl.K ' l ' dX. E. Iv. ' i ' cHl]! Kappa . lplia : Goorixi ' Erl (lihcrs iiail the rising sun. " ■ Mri;i, E i:i!s ifAs;ox, E. E., ITunev drove .1 . ii;s ' rriiNEii I ' ehsoxs. K. E., Kii Football Team " Kood mixture of football and engineering. " a ' .e lIii.sMAN I ' dWi:!.!.. ( ' . K., Sail Aiijicli) Al|ili,i Tan Oiiirpi : K ' attlcr ■Maiiv (laiiKhters lius iloiit- virtuoiivly. hiil thou exii-lloi tlicni all. .IcisKiMi KvAxs Wakh, K. V... Mi.ll..tliiaii " All alili- li ' llou, quitt and n-serveil " l-;im ' .:TT CrLBEifsdx liowv:. ( ' . F... ( ' i)r[.us Cliristi l- ' i; K [jriiWKi Wf.isser, E. K.. New Braimf " Mariiasie is a desperate tiling " (Jrs-iAV I ' . Ki.Moi. ' F Sciiri.TZ. K. K.. ninistnii " (:ra ' e, serious, an ordinarily prudent man. " .liiii.N Hakims Wiirri:. E. V... Iwiiiliaiu " If diliw-nce ran lie virtue, then surely lie is virtiio ' .u,ri;i; l ' i;i:si.i:v Sii. kki{. I ' . E.. San Andniii 6 Ke (icatl rv t larvt ,. Wc ?i tGrtait ' tkki Lcgisl itupc i Class Officers Fall Term W " . A. Smith Prc. ' idf ' iit (iliADY PAI. [KH Vicr-Pirsidcnt A. W. Yorxc Secrdarij-Tmisurfr li ' oss luwix Sfrgrant-at-Armg Vill(e Term V. M. Kliot I ' n ' s ' uhnl W. v.. Kii.LiiER Vicc-I ' nsidcnl .1 . F. l i.rcHKR Spcrctary-Trrastnrr W. A. . IITH S ' r jraiit-tit-An is Spriiiii Term S. I ,. KoNE Pnsidrtit ' . M. (tHKEV Vicr-Fn ' ! idrtil W. ( ' . LooNEY Snrctanj-Treii. ' iUirr V. M. KLurr Sergrant-at-A rms 55 § Class Officers K«ll Term II. y. CuXNIXCtlAM I ' rrsidnil I ' , I ' . Cook ' ln ' -l ' rrsl, frill. S. W. Al.liKIIHli; i-ii-rhirij-Tri ' ii iiri ' i- SaMIKI. r;ol;l SO rr;lr,liil-ill-. nils Wiiiler Term ( ' . W. II MIIJ I ' rr i,!, Ill .1. W. LovM Virv-rn sill, III .1. W. Lloyd rrrrlarij- ' l ' niisiirn- li. ' . ri- i ,)ii M Srr,ir,iiil-iil-Aniis Spriiiii Term W. I). lirUKK I ' rrs!,!riil i;. I " . l,ooNi:v Virr-l ' nsiihnI ( ' . M. SruAi s icrclnrij- ' rndsun ' r V. . llA Ill.l Sn-iii ' iuil-i IAnii!i Class Officers L. ( ' . r.MiKKM I ' rrsidnil W. B. Mrsi; Vln ' -I ' rrshlml Jrr.TUS SaXsixc r.crvtanj-Trnisurcr V. v.. nt)]) i,Mi Scr; riiiit-ii -. niis Winter T ' riii A. IT. llKiTzi.Ki; I ' rrsiJnil H. L. JONKS Virr-I ' nsulnit v. I ' acI ' : Si.rrcliiri - ' rr(iisi rrr h. ( ' . ! ' i;ki:i.i ' rr;iiiiiil-iil-. niis S,.ii,.« IViin ■ ' " I l. ' i --r.i.i l-iT.- i,ffiil ' . Ii ' . llni.i.AM) Mrc-l ' rt ' sidi III 1 1 . !•]. I • A 11 i; ) V( ircldi-ji-Tri ' iixiiri ' i- • loi-; MooiM ' : i ' ri rinil-iil-Ariiix Th e LAW Officers Law " Do part 111 ' lit C. S. Perkins I ' nxi ' ifiil i. E. Seagleu Yirr-I ' rmdcnl O. H. RuiiXEY S (rrctarij-T rcas II rrr AFank McCek Srrijriiiil-at-.lniis CljiHM Officers Fall Term (). B. I!l (K I ' rrsiilnil J. B. DOOLEY Vi,r-I ' rrsi,l, ' ii ( ' . M. f ' Al.DWF.r.I nnliirii-Tniisiinr Exoi.isTi aiifl EwF.LL ' I ' l-iinnils-iil-Aniis WiiidT Term E. L. ? tltON I ' nsiilnil C. K. Bri.LAIil) Virr-I ' rrsiilnil E. E. FiscHKi! Sorrrliinj-Trra-iiirn- EwEi.i. anil HxiM.isii Srn raiils-dl-Anus Spriiiii ' IVriu E. !•:. Ilnrr I ' n-sidorl C. M. CaI-UU Kl.l Virr-I ' rrsi ' lnil T. P. Price Srrrrtanj-Trrasurer English, Ewki.i., and I1ai;i!Is SergeanU-al-Arms JoHX BixGHAii Atkixsox, LL. B., Yega Tiusty Cns e?: Students " CoTincil i Gloe Cliil " The most popular man in class— measured in notes " OiiLAxno Bacox Bi,aik ( " rrcxy " ), LL. H., Austin Delta Sigma Phi " Tend to me. " (;i:iMiiii: (ti; ' . i. IvVTiarAX, LL. B., Dulilin (.,)uiziiiastir " Invented work. " I ' Idw i{|i Skwai.l PxiyMvs ( ' •Ihike " " ), LL. ]5., Houston Delta Clii " A i-oinplexion which all the eo-eds env.v. " J.uiKs Hahvky Bauch ( " Baylor " ). LL. B.. BrovTiwood liusty Cusses " A living example of inertia. " LoK ' K.vz BuDivTEif. ! !.. B.. Alice " The yoiins man who tried to ride two liorses in the equity circus. " (i Mli ' llLii ' I ' . r.l. ( K. LL. r .. . ustin " HasdeveloiH-il into Huilc a sluiicnl. " .Ic]ii Mill liiriiix liiiow i.i:i: ( " I ' lis. TalV ), L lilll ' llcl Sifiiiia Nii: ; raiiai, ' i ' f liast ' hall Team; I ' raek " Wants a linger in every pie. " ( 11 i,i,i:s 1 i:nvc) l ' )ri.i. i;i) (■■ ' io . " " ), LJj. I!., 1 liiinilt ' in (1. A. K. ■ ' Makiii!; pec ial pa ' pariUiuu for a larKi ' .1 l practice. " K ' ciUFCT Lki: Cari.iick. ,1k.. LL. 1!.. F(irt Wnrtli M-A Theta I ' i; I ' lii Drlia IMii " Outargiies tliein all. " CitozAT FosTEK Caulk, TJ.. B., Savannah, (ia. Delta Chi " Plenty of pep, lots of hair, and aiilo Kanntlel.s, " i ldx . (; i ( ' si: ' i, LT,. I ' ,.. San .Viiton Kappa Alpha ' Has Ijeeii alisent for some time. " I i.ii ' Tox MoTT rAi.DWKi.i,, LL. B.. Brecki ' iifiil " The most coirst lent ions man in ilass. " Hi) VAi!ii Kv.m;ts Clack. LL. H., Ahilene " ' Tis he who gave tlie class the name of brad. " li ' niii:i;r l-lMiir (Ai ' IM;, . Aj. I ' ... Dalhis Chi I ' hi; I ' Miti.i- Ma- ; I )chaliii.u Council " Tliinksan eiliior ' .|(ih i.- talkins to prett.v eirls. " ' . . . x I ' ayvk Cm. I. INS. LL. I?., (lalveston Dclttt Clii: Stnilcnis " Cniincil : Hand: (ilcc Cli " Will practice law to a violin accoinpanimciit. " Ill i; DdT ox ( ' iiA v|-(ii;ii. LL. r... I ' ak ' stine •■Oiu- (if llic olil slandbys. " .Iii i:i ' ii r i; r o I)oni,i:v. I L. i;.. Xr.cogdoflu ' s l ii|i|iii Sipna: I ' M Delia I ' lii ■A gooil lisleriiT. " h ' diiKKT ' axce Dwidsox, .Th.. LL. B.. Dallas Sitrma I ' hi " A ilaiiily Foiirlh of July oialor. " Cii i!i.i:s liAYiioxii Ki) »Aiiiis. LL. B., Palcstiiio Siiinia ( ' In: Texan r.daril: Sludciits " ( ' (Hiiu-il : P. K. C. " Oh. inconsistency! " TiKiMAs .Ti:k1 ' 1:i:sox Ditixi:. LL. B.. Austin Siirma Chi: Viir-l ' ic ' -idcrit Freshnian Class: Swre- tarv Law Class Siiii;i.i:v I ' l. ' ii M i;ii KxraJsM, LL. B., Dallas Sii,nna Clii: Cadiis Board: Cnrtain Chdi : Board " Has read law —and hair. " S Mi i:i. I!i;ii DiiKi-.Ns. LL. B.. .Vuslin " Of lilcrary faln ' i;i:iT(ii: (Iwi.K Im ' baxk. LIj. ! ' ., (ieoro-etown " 1 may in linie make freshman gym. " AMES Heath Ewei.l, LL. I ' ..,, (inliad Phi Kappa Psi " One of the radium twins. ' WlI.l.IA.M Gr.EXX (lAYl.E ( " (illtroilllcillU ' v " ) . Van Ormy ■ Make a noise like going to llie Haniljurg . liow. " i.L. r. E: riL Er.XE ' iT Fimhei;. LL. R.. Si ruin " Familiar at o[)en liou e. " WiM.iAM O ' Ki-i.LEY Giioss. LL. R.. Miiicnil Wdl- Ivapjia SiLfiiia ; Phi Di ' lt;; I ' hi " Looks iiitelliKent —tint ,vou can;not alwavs tell " Kmv.vKi) LoKEXzo Filtox, LL. R., Ladonia Beta Theta Pi: Phi Delta Plti " Worst flirt in school. Never studies. Makes good grades Theodore MAnucE ( keex. LL. R.. Oklalionia City Mana,s;er ' I ' rai-k Team " . good track manager. " .loiix I.Mi. ' siiAi. Fci.Tox. LL. IV. Okhilmnia City " Shaves on Wednesda.v and .Satnrrla -. " iiix (iiDEox (IUKtai. LL. R.. Palestine Reta Theta Pi: Vrnnvliead: Piii Delta I ' ll " Please, please wake up and startle the natives. " Swi II M ii.idx. LL. r ., Duliliii •■III ' Tu-ver slwps ill dass. Never! ' ' .1 ACK HuTciiESOX Hooker. LL. B.. Shiio " A pleasant smile. " lIoHKiiT Etter Hardw k ' ki:. LL. B., Slimnan Sii,qna Clii: Cnrtaiii Clul); ' rcxan licianl " An anti-cab conteiiiler. ' K. K. lliKT. LL. 1 ' ... Dallas MiLaiiriii ■■No telliug-hfs iiuiel ahuiit it. " Im(;i;xi: Lii:i:m.w U aiiims. LL. B.. F,l I ' aso l ' ;ilitor ' I ' cxaii; I )i ' liatiiij:- ' I ' cani : Yell Tjcadrv •■Was it a fraiiii-iip ' . ' Yes: (Hi, Ilial wa-. Ci-iie Harris. ' Wii.i.iA.M l ' . i.Mi:i; llr-niii;.-ii x. LL. 15., IIonstDii Kappa Siiriiia ; I ' lii Leila I ' lii ; .Vithu Head hFI. lln,;,;. LL. 15. . Ilnii.slun llcia ' I ' liria I ' i ; I ' lii Delia I ' lii : ' I ' lida Xii Hp.- il.ni ri c i lciil Filial P.all ■■(111 you hiiilihriiw. quit tliiiikiiii- ' . ' L. I. .L;. llso jAi ' K. ' iON. 1 L. I ' hi Delta Thcta. " .sits in his seat and sleeps. " ' alcsliiK. ' hum AS i; wiii.i ' ; .1 M i:s, LL. I ' lii (wiiniiia l)i ' lta " Notliiiig much to say. " 1!., F.n-t Worth II i:i!|{i:ki- ' ii.i.i m Tj:(i " ai;I)s. LL. l!.. Xt-w liriiunlVls ( ilTlliailiil ■ Is going a ltt-r a Master ' s. " I-J)CtAr Horace .Ioiinsox, LL. B.. Alnzan " Official question asker for llie class. " ' iiKi.HKiiT : i Airrix. LL. B.. West Alaiiaiiff ( ' actus Tliinlis the siatl slioiihl not be knoel e.l. " ;. JoxEs, LL. B., Houston Yuu have the facts fine-but the hohfhig ' . ' " jCTIIEE MAWIXUfLL. LL. ] .. Fori Woftll Sisjma Alpha K))siloii Bcrsehall: Po.Mhall: Basketball " Can play anythiuK " (iiAKi.Ks Knw.Mji) I.KE. LL. B., San . ntoiii( ■Never nnpreimred " Vii.i,i . i .losKiMi AFavs. LL. B.. Killer W hen cauglit iiap|Mn(!. ' 1 think tlie law is onstilulional. JuilKe. J. v.. McCi.Ki.i.wi). LL. B.. riaiviidi I ' lli Drlt:. Phi Ci.n-rox Saxkohi) Pkhkixs. TjTj. B.. Mt. I ' lcasaiit li ' ii-ty Cusses: Oiaiioe Chili " Successful polilii-jun. " I ' M I. Ai.i; ANi)i;i; McDkkmott, LL. R.. St. .I( Siii ' ina Clii: Cactus Hdaid : Ciii ' tain Chili " ; allt■ Kn;; 2 papers. " CfY T.,i:i ' : ! ' i:i;kixs(in. LL. I ' ... ' I ' cuqilc " . man with soiiml prartical juiimiieiit hi atlairs of the lieart. Ciiai;m:s Cooi ' icit M(i ix i:Y. LL. B.. Codper Itrlta Chi : Dchatiii-- Cniim-il " Pie.sideiit of the stallers union. " I) Win Mi: s IMcTdx. LL. B.. l{ock])i.rt I ' hi K. ha •riifta: . in. v II. .11! " The atlairs of the University are on liis niinil. " Mii.iMjii I ' ' .ii(.m; Moxri ' Mrii. LL. L.. I ' lrltun Kappa Alpha: Arrow lleail : I ' hi Drlla I ' hi " . ii.v .sliow for a pleasant chap like uu. " XniiMW I ' ll 11, ir I ' liKci;. LL. I ' ... Ilnucy (irovo I ' hi I),. ha I ' hi " This may lie plebeian, hill it looks gooil to lillle I ' liilip " Step 1 1 EX hv.v. ri (K i-v. LT,. 1 Delta ( ' hi: Tlirtn Xii Kp,-il,.ii " Deep Eddy for mine. " ' .., Aiir;tin ; .Manao-or Football i;()i;i;i,T Ai,i,i:x h ' lTciin:. LL. 1!.. halla- Texan 15nai(l ; .Maaazine Boai-d lliKMW Ci.YDi: rrrixTX, LL. P... T.rva r.ria Tlicta I ' i: I ' hi Delta I ' lii ■■ M)iitMliat alioiit soiuuliiii; Iliads? " L. T. K ' liKA. LL. 1!.. : It. Pleasant " The sileiil partner " JiisKPii Y. (i:y I ' owki.i., LL. 11.. I ' ori Wuith Delta Chi " A carelul stuciera -careful not to overdo it. " W ' .n ' sox ,Ii:i ' Ki:i;s(i S Ar iii:i;,s. L!,. I ' ,., (iaiesiillr Siii.lrnt " ' •(iiiiieil; •. M. ( ' . A.; Mniia-ci- Ma-. T. I ' . I ' iiK.T:. LL. P... : hil.l.i.in " .■ 1 intervals lie u.ses l.i map to find the Law Kiiililin!;. " Pkiikv S.wi.Ks, LL. 11.. .Miileiie Kapiia Alpha: Thi Delta Phi: Arrow Head " Someoite told me you were llie best looking man, lionest she did ' I ' liiiM s Hawkins Sr i;i:i;(irGU. LTj. B.. Corsic-iiiia ■■ ' rile angels in heaven wept when they saw Ihel)lockhea(i. " — Col. Simp- AsiiKi! IiinrAiiiisoN- Smttii. LL. B.. AslitM-iciii Sii;-ina C ' Iti " At last we have a le bonis non w ho admits it. " IIiiiiiiERT Blake Seat, LL. B., Piano P. E. C. : President Student Association; Stewan B. Hall Q " WeIconie back to class. " ] ' ]i.i!i;in ' Syi ' Xky Smith. LL. B.. rrndldnn Capital Chilr. ■. AF. ( ' . A,: Manager Te.xaji ■■D ' ailer in the V. M, ( ' . A. s rafting contest. " Ci.ii rnx { ' . S. i. i,i,. LL. 11. . SliaiiiriK ' k D. ' lla Chi .TiAN Smith, LL. B., El Paso Sigma Alpiia Epsilon ■ ' 1 nia.v not be handsome, but I ' m darned good-looking. ' ' lI.l.l. .M C.MiMOl.l. SlII ' LTS. LL. I ' ).. ( h ■ ' Looking lor snaiis. " I.KSI.Il ' : Cl.KO S| ' l.l.l ( Football Tcaiii " .V married man. " r... Trm ,1 i:fi i;i;so |) is SrixsoN, LL. 1!.. Miillotliiiiii ()r;itiiii( :il Association ■■nil wi ' ll. iMii wliat ' s tlie use ' ? " ' ATI (ii.Aiisroxi: ' I ' iKi.M I ' siiN. Li.. 11.. ( Irccin illi ■■Offlrial Kin ' --iT at llii- iiipuiiinj; ol ' Hil.lc s qufslioiis TiKiM s Si ( i, ii;i: ' I ' M.iAi i;iiK(i. A,. I ' ... Iliiusinii Kappa Si.i; ina : I ' lii Delia I ' lii li ' diii-irr lii ' i: ' I ' lioMi ' sdx, 1.1,. 1!.. . iistiii .Ml li Hll ill ■■IhnI a luii. ' larlie, hiH cut it nil. " Ili:. .i A ii |)iiii,i: ' I ' i;i.i ' (i. , Ji;., LL. !!.. . ii.- liii Siuiiia Clii; Maiiiiij ' fr l ' )a. " liall ' I ' caiii ■■ ' h ' .iiuil.v is liki- a Kar.li-n Iiom- ■ I- ' iftiTii Hiiimlfs applaiisi-. " Willi wi ( ' m;()IIp:i;s ' I ' ihi.m lsox. LL. B.. Dallas Si-iiia . ii; ' l ' e aii linard ; Tlu ' la Xii l ' ]| -ili Kilitdf ( ai ' Ui ' mli i;ii 111 ' T i.oi;. LL. 11. . liiirnrt SJL iiia . ii ; r a-cliall Train ■■n.- uh.Hiiall ilN lo -.-, Vi ' s. b.v N ' c.l ■■ ( ' iiM. ' Lis WiLLiwi ' I ' lM i:m i; i; I ' . LL. ! ' ■.. (itiLc-inii .Mpli.i ' l ' ;iii Oiiir-a : Ciirlaiii Chili HuvAx Fisiii;i! Wn.i.i iis. Ll Kappa SiiTMia ' His grades jiinipeil. " 1).. AuMin Fi;i:i) TiVM):;i;N Wiiliams. 1,1 Austin Can aiKiii ' , Ic Ci. AVION l. ' iYi.i-: Vii.M)N, LL. ! ., Xaro " il(iclu ' IJKNiiY MiCKCKi! II Minis (■•Dnc " ). Aj. B.. Plain ■Tlie geiitlemaii v.ill oiiilalk ii all, .loliiiMMr- i.lc.i.arliifi ■■ Class Officers ,!(m .Iamks rnsi h)il K. K. Rkttin ln-l ' nsi,l,lll V. KoWAl.sKI irrrliirii- ' rn ' ,isiin-r H. IJoWAN • (■rtjrinil-dl-Aniis Whit.T Term «. L. KOWATSKI I ' rrsldrlil S. L. Kl-LI.y -i,;-rrrs! lnil 15. r. TlUKV 1 inldrii-Triiisiirrr II. I. ' OWAN Srri rniil-iil-Arnis Spriii i ' r Tiii H. KiBANK I ' rrsidnil . ST(ihli i;ii -i,;-l ' rr. !,lnit Kivi; ■ (Cffliini- ' rri ' (isHrrr M m;k V,v.V. ■ ,;- lra„l- ' il-. rmi o S Class Ol ' I ' icMTs .1. A KrCKER I ' rrsidetil I ' . 11. (iAKCETT Vicc-I ' n shhiit • Iack ' I ' lmrixs Srin (irji-Tri isiiri r K. (i. (iifiMiN Sri-i Knil-iil-Aniis Win( »r ' r ' riii M. I " . ' ixiv ; I ' rrs;, rnl ( ' . t ' M.I.OWW ' iri-l ' ri ' si(lrlll II. L. CoiiKX • ' cn ' liiri - ' rn(isiirfr .1. . . Ii ' r( Ki:i! SiTfji ' inil-iil-Arui ' ' S,,ri„u T..,,„ t ' . i;. Sr T T(i I ' lisidi ' iil S. . . Ti. MoKCAX I ' icc-l ' nsiilcJit S. I . ( ' Aiii; ' i (■rci iiii-Tn(i. irer M. I " ., i im; Scr; i(iiil-fil-Aniix ' Ob -1 Frorvv Srwokestacis Hc.rek2 ' d u V I a 4i ■ytejj t ' — % To Senior Medics Fiirrw ' i ' ll. (lr:ir (Ici ' tovs; n- iiii i; ' n rnim lulls nii kiidw mi well ' I ' d fii ' ts lliat iiriic wilh scciinil- iL; ' lil (ir in ' iiiiiiccy i-aii tell. ' i ' " ll fcilliiw villi l ' i illi;- i|r,-|I-t-: we ' ll imli- ra. ' li Slll-uic ili ' ' Aiii! I ' lilliiw ymii exjMTinii ' iits lur |iiaiiiiT llial mui iutiI. Thr uatli dl " iliitv tl ' at wii ' ll licad ' s as l. ' cl as a il.di ' . Ami |!oiiiii ' c.l Hat liv sliir.ly IVct df liditms uimc licfuiv. Riii let 110 fear assail your licarts, oi- rausc Muir I ' l ct In freeze For anv (lortor wnrlli llir nainr ran liiul sdinc new ilis asc. :: if -oii • w, ' " i in .-UL;ar lulls I ' lir Mime ill tlii ' " re without!- ' Till y " ll have a ih elia- caU ■oiii -ick nr park the ci ' itter out. Tile hatpinilis wdim n have voiir seieiiee must a.ilxaiiee. For e erv ilo(toi- trained aiiil tiied deserxes at lea ' l a elianee. We ' ll M e some (it yen iiperale In ' ruiv the 1, ' dVal Heads. Alid siiliie, peiehaili-e, mav dpei ' al e at padiiii4 ' diiiiui heds: Some of you iiiav wiok mira des. prdlniiLjint; ' shakv lives. Anil sdiiie iiKU Liiiiid heiii s: ' ami li e upon yniir wives — However it may he, as vmi depart vnur eyes are wet. Ami il elors in sueeii ' dilie eiop-; won ' t eailse us In I ' liruet. Bctrlfl.cKer,?I.D Houston,Tc as Shirley tt,Be!l5,nG Marshal 1,12 35 6am T. Becson, MD. i30Cclady,Tc. as. ' ■ BdP.5]len,riP. Eddy rfc fas " " " Geo.y.Brindleu,n.n Sirae5t WBcrtner,11P. Colorado, TejJas JackE).DaIdwin.ri.D. on 5.Bmce,I1.I . Karl Chambers -li.D, l cOpKCPa is-KD. wB (A)ln nsbopo.lexas WJJinkms-M.O. Nopmang 2 2, ' Uxas cJcsscAflaM-nV. Midland, T as Webstcp,Tce as Ma5fl,Hojjl ms.M,D. Jiio.Ka5fcyic " li-nD Ga IVeston.T as Joltnr. Green -M.O. « 6eo.CKindka M,a l1adison ?ille Texaa Tej as Henderson-Te as ll allace J,ria5ter5.M.D. CookOi lie -Tejc ' as Temple- OK la. - Wm.F.$pille?,Jr.M.P. fi.Wecms Turner. M.D. Oron H.Talley.HD. 4)0.1 las— — Tc-xois Hut. H.UaucjKan.M.D. O.H.Timmons.M.D. i poWnvJood, Texas, loWl $. 3utton,M.D. ' Rij.sk Teycxs UatunT. Wilson. M.D. j J elton. T as J Gay f Witt, M.D Galveston le x. ■i T.O.Woolley,N.D Junior Medieino Class Officers Kirwt Term .1. H. Gkaves rrcsidcul (;. . I. (iRAii AAr ' ii-r -Prrsidrnt K. r . .Mcliiiini ' ; prn ' drii-Ti-fiisurcr ] ' . .1. (- ' oxxoi: Scriiraiil-nl-Anii. ' i Second ' reriii A. r. FcEliiaxxax President M i s I ' xA ITowF. Vice-President IJ. T. ' iLS()N , Ji! Secretary-Treasurer v. J. C ' oxxoi; Scrfiriint-al-Armx Third To rill lliiM 1 1; 1 »(i i,n President W. V. M(( ' i;i:i(;irr Vice-President J. W . (l ioi)i: S ' cnhirii-Trrnsitrer V. .(. Cowoi; Srri niiil-iil-Ar): S i; M. il w.c.uwE Heinrsriiliilirr lo Mcdiod SopIioiiioiH M(uliciiio Class Officers Kirtil Term C. . I( i:rzs(ii President ( ». I ,. ( ) ' III Vice-President 1 . I ' . W , 1,1 Secretary-Treasurer ( ' . 1. ' . Mii.i,i:i; Senjeant-al-Anns [Second Term ( ' . K. ( " oi.l.iNs ] ' re ' ide it ( ' . W. Wki.i.i i; Vice-President S. M. T vi.di; Secreiari -Treasnrer C. If. -M 1 i,i.i:i; Ser(je(int-at-Arms Third Term .7. W. II. Lii ' scdMi. President A. M. McliwiKi.s Vice-President 11, K WAN Mdii eeretiinj-Treasurer L ' . J(. M I i.i.Ki; Seri eiuit-at-Arms I ' . !;. i; . isi)i:i.i, ;iii(l j. I J. 1! will. V Ifonor Men n. I ' . W.I Heiiresenlalivi ' to Medical l rosliiiiaii Modiciiic Class Officers Pirst Term G. B. Foscii: Pirsiilrnt ;i. R. Bkm.i V!n ' -rr ' si(lnif Miss if-UtY SiiirMW Srcrcldnj- ' ri-ciisurcr W. M. rAiiTiN Scnjciiiil-dl-Antis Se.oii.l Tcrin J. S. t ' ()( l ' i:i; I ' irsidrnt F. II. X i: ION- Vicr-l ' rc. ' ii ' lcnt Miss Mtxnii-; .Mi)FI ' i:tt ' ■ i ' (r(liiri -Tr( ' (isiir( ' r G. B. FoscTi ' ' i ' r; finil-(it-Ariiis Til i 1. 1 IVriii .1. N. I ' MiKlc I ' nsiilvnl W. II. CllocKKi-r ' lrr-l ' rrsi,ln,l iIls Ci.ANA Cook " fvri Idnj-Trviisurcr .1. S. CoopHU iTi i ' diil-iil-Aniis W. P.. Riai)iN(i. . .M. I i;tin :nu .1. i;. W ii iskxant Ilvin-v iiitdlirrs l„ Mcliral S B Anson,Te.? as, Li ener H[,K.o fi;er3 , Ph.G " SASllianiB.Romaai , 3r.R]j(j. Houston.Tc as -JamexS f . yjeimiour. ril.»a Wichita Fails, Te a _ Dertlia. Urdoiie.FJib. _ _, . Jo epli r Mler. PliCi. Center. Tfe s Barnetl R.Youii .Fh.Q. ' ieboi ' ia,Te as Corn HiH.Tiajccjs •Tiiiiior Pliarniacv Class oii ' u First IVriii Claude E. Hii.i rnslih iil John B. TJ ay Vke-Presidcni Miss Iak ' i l ' (iwi:i.i ' ccrcl(inj-Trc(iHure.r V v . " (i I ' Kii Ufjixir Man V. A. Yciixc ' Iti- y Junior ( ' iiM ' Mius .Ia(KS(i Scri ciiiil-dl-Aniis SeccMKi Toriii L. F. TTOOTEX I ' rcsidnil .7. A. Bybe ] ' i(c-l ' rrsidfnl Miss Mary I ' ii vi:i i ' ' ii( lnni-Trcasnrer Paul Yon 1 ' i:i.i- Ihiuor Mnn Y. A. Yoi ' xc ( •las ' Editor C ' oLUJIl ' .Us .1 AC ' Kso.v Scrgcdiil-iii-AniiJs Tliirtl Term Sam TEirVLiv I ' rcxulrni A. T. Mast Virr-I ' nsldnii Miss Fai, " - I ' liw i:i i Sccrrltirij-Tri ' dsnrcr Paul A ' o I ' im.i ' Honor M(i i V. A. VouNii Cliiss Editor l ' ol.[ ' -MHUS .Iac ' Kson Scrijrdnt-at-Aniis e. ' 4 s iT ' Wz c % ' 4)f S % 1 ' i 1 V ' - A fy «ii O il 4 fi } D Niy l i;i.i.A Penesa Hall. ilt-Gregor, Texas " Tlif love of learning, the sequestered nooks, ami all llie .swe et serenity of books. " ' hlMamsa Kail AxxA Lou (iREEH. Anna, Texas " A presence which is not to lie put Ijy. " durva. loOLL 6reer M Airii; I )i;r( ii.i. (iosxKV. Fnit W..11I1 " A .seeniiMK diilil in i-vciylhing save Hiouglitful brow and ripenins diarni. " ttie 9rLicilla6o5a1u Xaxcy SiriTH Farmer, Sherman, Texas " Uith many a noble gift from heaven pos.sessed. " iNaucij itliTarmi ' kI!A ;Mav . l.l i;h II. j: (liMlluv, llldi i ' iii li ' iiDixsDN lli;Arii. I ' lll.-iiiiiu. Texas •■Anil joj was duly aiui lovf was law. " ri ' i;i:Y ()li: 1 1 i; dki!son, McK iuiicy. ' I ' rxas ■■Kver tlie same, serene ami c ' onfiilenl . ' dvAre- ' iOlcnaKi ' nA ' iiron M. : IvMll.v l li:ilT, I.Miii|iasiis. Trxas " I wisli inv life Inhe soiniil and sweet . .JiCNMi-: KihKV, l.i ' oiiani, Texas " I ' ll walk w-liere my own iiaiure would be leading. It vexes ine to elionse another guide. " KmiI. ' i l. ' r|li:i. Si:i,I.M . Itdilnllc. Tr :i,- id, anil ui.se ,ni.| EmiKjIJickel 60IIT1 ]■ ' .]. . .losii ' iiixi-: S vi-: s(iN-. Olivia. ' IVxas ■ lli)u imiv ut he ut and souml in heail. " i ' illi;i:ixi: ' I ' ll ' Tox, Xncd ddclu ' s. Tcxms " As yel a tliild and all unkiunvn lo faini-. " K Tiii:i;i i: Iji:!: Wi: atii i:i:i-()ifi). lM-iri V(ii»l, ' I ' rxns ,. Kotlwrin ' W ' Wt ' tWfc ' ni I ' ll. LA JtrTi.inci-: ' Wihte. Cucn). ' i ' cxa- L i i; Immi i: W i (;ii. Ahhi. Okia, ••1 dii spy SUMU- liuuk.-of Ujv.- ill lu-l. " LauraEximce O ngo Athletics f % Arii.H(r..ii4 Athlotifs lat. iiiuill KirUi.iltrirU The Year Tlie past yc ' iir ' s I ' ccdrd in atlilrtics is (listiiiuiiislu ' il l v two thintrs: first, it was a period of expansion, anil second, Texas tool greater r ■ ' ' ' ' ' 1 " ' l ' " = " ' ' l L-li ' iiiier athletics. As to tiie first feature, we may note the k Aulmrn jrame. Possih v no other athletic event of recent years lias done A more ti jil;no Texas in the category of Southern athletics into the posi- ■ lion wliicli she will inevitahly hold. It proved that the Txinghorns are woi ' thy of meeting any Southern temn, and, furthermore, the spirit dis- play oil convineed friend and foe that the spirit of Texas for good sport was higher than any plane it had ever reached before. The Track Team ' s success throughout the season, especially the ] erformance at Birmingham, also added to the movement of expansion, as did the 1911 Basketball trip, which, though disastrous, nevertheless followed out the general policy. Tn considering the second phase, it must be said that there was no room I ' or development of cleaner relations as existing betw-een Varsity and other institutions. That was already on the high- est plane. But much was done toward internal improvement. The Athletic Council and Faculty were severely criticised for their actions, and indeed athletics were not conducted as they could have been. All are now agreed that in the end the movement was worth the price of securing development. Tn the spring of 1910, the University became a member of the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association. The Athletic Council .1. T. 1 ' c. w. i; [ . : !cL ITHRSOX AMSOKLL srnix E. C. IF. Baxtki.. Cliainiian and Treasurer. M. C. f " i! F()Ki). .Secretary. Alumni Man r H ' Ki,i;i! l;. 11. CoXXKKLY .1. 11. Hart T. W. (JnKnoiiv StlllllMllN L. 11(IF1 " M X .Ioj: K.still B. C. Andbrson H. W. a. ( ' haxi.i.ki! M i:i;i.ix CiiAwidKn ' . W. Tayi.oi! W. K. M i:tzi:s ' iii i . l)ii-cctoi- of I ' liysical Training I ' or Men. Mis KlxH ' K , i)i:.x. Director of I ' hvsical Ti-aiiiin r for Women. Wearers of the T l ' ooll iiil A. L. KlNKl ' ATltirK |l. I ' . lll, Mi W. II. (; |; M. A. i; AMSliKl.I. L. Sl ' OONTS L. ( ' . Sr l.l,l (;s .I..I. MsTii.L S. L. WoLFK A. .1. Ki:i,i.i:iii:i, ' ' ! ' . W ' ddiiiiri.L O. Tji:nxAi;ii h " . I ' i:i;in M. L. Massi (;ii.i. K. IIakhlii .1. II. h ' l ssi:m. li. MiKMii;, .li;. J. V. .lA.Mi-s W. C r,i;., .1. [ ' . I ' iciisoxs M. F. Vixixo II. i;. I ' . Iln.i.wi) X. X. Lacy V. S. W.VSMUXn Ciiiirli 11. .1. L. Stark Mdiiiiijir Track li ' . (Ai.i.AX 11. A. Mki.askv 11. S. (;i;oKsiii;rK ' 1 ' . ). CllKATir.UI A. II. HOTIII: WaLIKI; F()|;|i T. j. lIoovKi! Max ' I ' HdMAs .i. J. Ivstim, I ' .. Modin:. ,Tn. " . W. I ' .aii.ky C C Smiih .1. 11. Bkowxi.kk (. ' . S. SXVDEK I ' iHlch T. M. (iliEEX Viniiiijrr Hasohiill T. II. Statv D. D. llidrrs . W. ' lAvi,,,:; W . 1. 15i;i)wx H. S. (;i!i)i:siiKcK K. 1;. Kri.iux ' I ' d.M li ' i:cTou Z.V.Nixon .Ini: Ii ' vax . i.F Geen ( ' . A. Keith ( ' (Kick J. H. RuowXLEE ]liiiniijiT Tenuis Miss Adei.e Ei ' I ' KKsox Miss Iaiwa: ( ' (imwiax I). S. I ' i:i;ki s .Mi.ss Ai.i.EXE Bi.ackki; .Miss Fi.iz i;i:tii |I(h;(;ett W. L. 1 ' ' vi;i:s M iss Wii.i.n: M Kiaj. |{iinU |I iiII Miss M. 1!(;ai{et Bedei.l Miss Nkh.s M iddi.i.hi. ' iiok i]is .M . !ii: Wiuai; M i M MMniiii: .1 i: is M i:i;i i » I ' wvFdRD lU. " ) Wearers oi the Secondary Iiisigiiiii F " oc tball R Hoover Kenxard TvTlBLO SllKAR ' II..soN Foo(l.all-2Td Downs PUETT Melasky Sellers Harwood Siierrill Bateman Harold Lii ' sc ' o: [B BiRGE Murray ilUSE HOLfOJIB Gayle C. C. McNeill. . S. L. Pixckxey. . . . Coach Miiiiffjcr Wade Jester .Byrne Long Massixgill 1 ald vin KiiiKrATincK Brkihax K. A. Bkown I;. I, iiiKi! II. Lawtiikk .Iacoi ' .y Fouts Brsii (CCoNNOR Dl ' DLKV .IA-MES 1 IRK PATH ICK ( ' i; i II o( ■ Iv Flkming Maxki; Lipscomb ( ' AinA iihmit ItaNkolball l TI t ' A.MPHlCLL McVeigh Thomas (iAUrtETT Massixgill Hardie iloORE Vining JaJI IC: Ross m OOTBALL lH i:;in r IDlo scnsoii with one of the host schecl- iilef? tliat a Te ;i« elcvt ' ii has eviT liad. A ' e were to get a cliance at all the State schools, aiid at the Icarliiiir Soutliwestern and Snuthein teams. The first game, with South western, sliowed onlv in a small wav the team that was to develop. The line failed to hold acjainst the battering of Southwestern ' s straight I ' ootliall, liut the forward pass proved a consistent ground gainer. Texas ti ' ied it eleven times. Six times it failed, hut with no dis- astrous results: the other five passes aided us to score and win hy the small margin of 11 to G. Thi ' H followed the Indian massacre. Ilaskell was sub- merged l)v tlie largest score ever rolled v ) on Clark Field, 68 to 3. The Indians were listless and slow, while the Long- horns " playing was mai ' ked hy fierce aggressiveness. Varsity showed remarkable improvement in both line and back field, the strengthening of the line lieing most apparent. Instead of the pass, line bucks and runs won from the Indians. Transylvania of Kentucky was next offered u]i to the tune of 4S to 0. Kentucky was out- weighed and outclassed in every respect, liut i)ut e cry ounce of their one hundred and forty pounds into use. A more sportsmanlike team is rarely found. Varsity was then in the pink of condition. The n " w men wei-e ]H ' i-mittcd to play, all was i-eady for the hardest game of the schedule. It meant another step toward the Southern cham- pionship. Auburn was known to be heavv. Donahue had taught them how to plunge; we thought the Longhorn line might give way. We thought our hope lay in the pass. AVasniund did not think so and he beat them at their own game. The first three-quarters saw each team fighting desperately for supremacy, but when either team endangered the goal, the other held them ffir downs. The mighty Streit succumbed. Xever had the Orange and A ' hite abler defenders, and very, very seldom has a strcmger team clashed with Texas. In tlie fourth ipuirter " Kirk " kicked a beautiful field goal from placement. That gave Varsity three points. ' I ' hen Joe Estill ci verc d a flftv- ard punt, and raced forty-five yards for the only touchdown of the game. He was the fii-st man of tlie season to i-ross . uburn ' s goal. The score stood fl to 0. Our speedy ends, and Ihc stciidiiicss of tlie line, coupled witli " Kirk ' s " great gencralshi]i, had ]mt us on the road to the Cliampionship. Fhislu ' d willi virtorv, the si|ua(l. aceoiiipaiii( (l by scores of rooters, went to Waco to meet Baylor. But wliy waste good white paper on the fiasco? Baylor decided she had a better chance of winning if she turned the game into a debate. Xo sooner thought than done: the officials de- nuii-|-ed. and gave the game to ' nrsity. f to 0. Sn]v in hodv from the Auburn game and disgusted with Baylors conduct, we met A. and M. at Houston. All our liojics went glimmering. That game cost three championships. State. South- westei-n and Southern. A. and il. won from us cleaidy and fairly liy the score of 14 to S. Fiw (lays later Liniisiana was defeated, 12 t.i 0. The team lacked some of its snap, but won easilv. . t tlii point the one defect of the schedule became apparent, namely, the hard games v,re liunched too close to the end of the season. On Thanksgiving, after battling with Oklahoma until the last few minutes of play without a score on eitlier side, the Sooners kicked a field goal. The gentle ( :-) zephyrs detieded twd of ••Kirk ' s " attempted goals from ])laeeiuent : thus nue of the s;reatest .reasons of Texas football came te) a close. ' WSB Sen Coaches ami Manager WASMINI) Coacli W. S. Wiif iiMiiiil is 11 T ' liivevsity of Midiigaii man. Tic iilaycil (|iiarlci- tliciv I ' ov llii-cT vcni ' s uiulcr tlio tutelage nl ' " Hurrv I ' li " Y " -!. Wa?;- iiiiinil lias rctaiiUMi iiianv of the cliaractcrislirs dl ' his raiiKHis tcaelirr. His avvnt teaching is lo nn] iin. lie ciur.iiiaiKls tlic respect of his men. am! wlicli (111 llie lie].] he is ,hci(U ' .lly h.iss. TIlis c.iiisl itulcs (Uic of his greatest lie i- an cxcrlhMit lield eeiiei-a]. ami never .lid lie 1m. lhi hctter lliaii auaiiist Il.mahiie ' s Aiilnirn .lc cn. W ' a-miind is such an intense fdnthall cntlnisii. t that his antics during the uanic call nait (if llic atlentmii nf ijic nh-ervant spectatcr. Kver iiiie is lejnicing in the Tad ihat he will he hai ' k vo coach the 1 SH 1 sipiad. and it is a ai ' e pivdicticii llial he will surpass the success of this veav. MoNKILL Coach ( ' . ( ' . : reXeill. ■ ci-retarv of the Y. M. ( ' . A., has sui ' i ' assed the i-i ' coid of any otliei ' oaeh of the Scruhs. in l!)(i ' .l he produced an undereatcd team, and was eipiially siu-c essful lliis ear. Not an op|i(iiieiit cro-scil the Scriih i -oal line. .Mr. McNeill is m:v of the iiio | populai men who has ever liandled tliv ' Scriili -ipiad. His genial nature and iiie h ' u;slihlc cncrg could not fail to produce the result shown in the Sciaih season. Lulcher Slark. the manager of the ;eaiii for the pas! season, ga e ' I ' cxa- one of the hest sehediilis she has ever iiad. lie iiiMiliitcd a polic-v which should hi ' followed in a ' l fulure scheilulcs. lie ail mini-lered to every need of the team, and handled the crowds in a superior manner. l ' ' rom the stand point of linaiices. the sea- ni under his ilircetieii proved a money-maker. Con- ' dering the ii.iprovemeiiis he inaugui-ated, and the cNlra expenditures necessar , the prolils altesiid to his executive and linaiieial ahility. KIRKPATRICK KIRKl ' ATKICK " Kirk " " pi ' ovofl hiiiisulf a great fajitaiii. As a licld uencral, iiis|iir- iiig conndeuce in the men or in individual play, lie was iiivinc-ililc. He was in ]iorfeet accord with Wasmnnd ' s styK ' of play, nnining the tram with liuiitninji: rajiidity, signals heing given l)efore the men were off the iirciund. His jninting was a feature of every game, adopting tlie style mT kii-k to the exigency at hand. Tn the hack lleM his long relurns and lighting spirit gave new vigor to his men. r RAMSDELL Ifanisdell showed his ahility as a tackle in llHlil, hut it renuiiiu ' d for lUlfi to crvstallize his success. Everv exjK rt who selected a team for Texas or the Southwest na meil him I ' or tackle. He opens the ojiposing line in fine fashion, carries the hall like a liaik. and is pnihahlv the surest receiver of the forward pass on the scpiad. Marshall was unaiii- iiKiu ly elected the liill captain. RAriSDLLL Like Ranisdell, Estill was named as an end on every team selected. This was Joe ' s .second year on the team, since his 1909 season wa.- inter- rupted, l-lsiill will go down as one of the greatest ends in ' arsily foot- liall aiiiiaN. The climax of Joe ' s gridiron career came in the . uhuni game, when his Iciuehdown assured is of victury. wooimri.i, Woodlnill ' •came hack. " While ■„ tri ' slnnau in IHlll he maile the team. Then he went to Exeter: then he ranched. While Est ill shines jiarticidarly en the ollense. it is nn the ileteiise that Wnodhull is most vahiahle. His mellimj at end is peculiarly his ' iwii. Tii Hie dli eivei ' It appears that he easts hi.s hody directly acKiss the path of the inler- lei-ence. Kown comes the interfi ' rence, Wdddhull gi-aijs — and it is all dime within the space id ' two vards. MASSIN ' iill.I. !la|i]n- iiKirc lliiin siii ]i:i,--.-c ' l lii iilii ' iKniiciinl |h i-ri)nii;ini-c nf hist vv;ii-. llo is j: hi(] for aii - |iosilinii lichiml { r line. His ■j:yri racully is liis aliilil ' 111 itliMii |iiinls. lie jiiilijcs lln ' li.-ill kr nil iiiitlicMcr, ciilcliinj; it nil till ' niii. ih ' mt In-iiii ' a iiKiinciit ; in iIicm ' . ami in Iji-dI cii lli ' lil i-iiiis liis aliility as a iloiluvi- prdliaMy siir|iasscs an ollici iiu n til " team. It is liopcd thai llappN ' will irluni nr t year. I ' ersoiis was mir of tlir strailicst and iiin-l i-ciialilc incli in flii ' lailirc lini ' . He was a liai ' d li,iiiili ' i- on llic nircnsi ' . ii|iciiiim- Imlv aftrr imlr in tiio npposin.i;- line. On tlic (Iclrnsc lu- va- c ai liclirr, Invakiiii; ' llirdii.uli cvrn tn liliM ' k kirks. ilr liail llic Iniitliall insliiu-l as Id slarlin- with (li,. l.iill. II. ' was iii ' ViT (ilTsidc. ri ' i-siiiis is a Sciiiur iMiyimvi ' . licin ' C w ill 111 ' ini scd fidlii the lllif IH ' M vrar Bart M ' played In- l.r t izanic iliirinu- llic past .sra-mi. ' I ' liis means mneli to tlmse whn lia e " en liini dexelop. lie never plays an individual ,i;aine. lull insi iin I ivcly i;i c- and I ' nlliiws iiiterrereiii e. When sent throu. ,di the line rrniii hi- haek lield pnsitinii. he was iie . ' r iki Mi " d until tile last possihie inch was eincred. lie has a ureal kiekini; rnnl. and ni.ain ' times " Kirk " i ' a ( ' him (ii ' iinrtuiiih ' t " use it. i ' .land tilled his p,i ili and wliile snlVeriiii; rrniii i quotation rmm VV c ' I ' l.in ably saved N ' arsilv here h were offside. Kland plave I point was due hirgely to h BLAND ■ n al (( ' liter diirini;- cxeiv liaiiie oi ' the seasmi, ijiiries. the Iul; fellow ncNcr laik( ' d up. ' I ' lii- eloipieiiih shows his worth: " Bland |ir(ili ■ holding; the hall when se cral ' ar ity men I a iirilliant u.iiik . and llie lonchdown al tin- s good heailwork al llii? enlical pioint. " " SI ' OO.NTS Jlii. ' S])(i.iiils fuKillid all lli:it was rxpcctc ' il of liiiii :luvin, ;- llic lilli ' in wliic-li. lie pliivcl this year. v was injiiivil in the Aiil)urii game, aiifl. (k ' si)itL ' liis ulijc ctii-iis. was ] ' iil rr( iii playii ' g ihirino; tlie rest of the season. He especially shows iiii as a line liin-kcr ami a receiver of forward |)ascs. In bis runs lie is an adipt in the nse ot the stilf arm. It is (ii hi ' hulled he " ill plav a ' jain ne t vear. Virh Wolf- (iiiposite Kauisd. ' il .111 ilie (itlier taekle. as ai;-L:ivssive a pair el ' tackles as can he I ' diiiid was e unpleted. ' I ' lie iiiiist priiniinent charaeteristie (if ' iire " s |ila - ereps mit in his liiilil iiiu ' spirit, lie was easilv (lie d ' the iiK ' -t a uressi c men (ill the team. With this he main- tained a slead . leliahle lallii, wliieh eellld lie depel.ded (ill ill critical place-. Willie will iml letiiin next year. I.K ) ' ARD " Lickey " " Tjiniard will hiii he iv.iiieiiihered as (Uie o! ' the iramesl and grittiest of all TeNas rmiihall hemes. He was a utility man tlirinigl ' oiit the seascn, playine- end and llie hack held pisitimis. Diir- inn- ni(i-t of the si :.s(iii he ]il.-iyed while injured, hut was always ready to go in wh( II a.ii emergeiie) aros ' . This was hjs Idiiiih and last veai on (lie team, lie has h ' lt h hiiid an einiahle iiridiroii reeerd. LEONARD Edgar llamid was a veritahle hdri nntal pih dri cr in the line. This was his lirst year on tin team, he Inning reeei ed his Indlhall education with the Senilis. Ilardid e pecially disi ingiiisheil hinixir in ihe . iihiirii game. Time alter time the iiiighl Sireil attempted to eel hv llamid. only to he stopped in his tr.icks. llar il(l is (piiids te get inhi iiKilidli. (ither on oll ' ensc nr defense, llanild is a Middle J.aw. and will easily win his place next year. HAROLD .I;i:in ' iiii.-srd liis li ' Hcr la ( c;ii- li :i cr iiinll iiiiii-Liiii. Iml w hni ■iM ' ii t ' li ' cliaiirc tills year lie easily proxcd liiiiisrll ' wurlliy : ( il. He can always lie li ' ] cn(lc(l on lo Inllnw the hall anil do ' lis |iait in the play. Oh the dofuiisc lir is a ti ' i-rilic lacklcr. Iiavin ' tlic knack it( ax ' l- lini: ' iii man hchiiid (lie line. He is ipiick nn his feel, aiw.ivs hcing one of llie lirsl in molicn. lie is a Middle l.aw with anolhei- vear to play. ' liiine ' has jdayed on the Siaadis and ' ai-sit s(|nad in forniei- yeai-. hnt lid- is hi; tirst yi ' ar on the team. His height and reach, conple ' d v ith his atiiiity. make him an iileal reeei ei- of the forward pass. Fi-om hi, position at end he can he ilepended lo un undei- a punt, or to niaki ' his tackle. (Ui acconnt of his dinoi-mal speed. He is a .Iniiinr Jjaw with two nioi ' e years to play. Can- was (nic of the iirodud ion of .McXeilTs lOd!) cridis. TI. ' aM-i c(l after practice was well iiniler v.av, Init was soon in condition, and easil won a place. (iai- is the t pe of the hie-, raw-lmni ' d L; iaid. noi a ;ni ' pliis imiice on him. and all pnre lii lit. In ojieninir a Imli ' , o ' - in resistiiiir a line inick. lie is cipially cllicicnt. Ife will prove one of th ' ' m.-iinstays in the line next yeai ' . STALM.N ;S It is to he re.iT ' otfed thai Stallin-s will not he hack next yeai ' , as in the few op]io: tnnilies which were preseni ' d |o him he -liowcl himscll ' an ahl; ' ci ' nt ' i ' . Sialliniis was liandicappcd urcatlx hy lack of oppoi Innit ' e- to s ' a]w his latent pov.ers. l- " or his short experience he pi-o co j a marvel in his passiiie-. -inil ,,11 the olfi ii e his phixini; ' opened L. ' reat liole . KKM.KIIICK Kcllclii ' r, la t ycMr ' s Sci ' ul) caiiUiin. ki-|il n| hi linril liiu ' phiiininu ami I ' liil runs. He was ' laiiilii-apjicd liv lack r ' wcIliIiI. Init in (IrUM-niiiia- ticiii inorc tli-;n hukV up I ' or t!iis. Al half or full lie can pick ilic small- est liole in the line and with liis rcvuKini; ' twisl nuikc noil uains. Uv is a difficult man to sti p. It is Imptd that KcUehcr will be hack next year. PKHHY I ' en-v leecived most of liis i ' oothall trainiiii, ' al nui- little rival, l»:miel ISaker. He was one nf the most xaluahle nu ' ii in relie int:; the dinieuhiis in the line al the beginning of tln ' year, lie was best on the dereiisive, in stopping bucks sent against the center of the line. Perry siiewed great endurance and nliilily to take ]nniishnient. Perry will be a liulwark next vear. HKLLANI) llcllaml played nn llu ' ' arsily s(piad duiing l!i(i!l. iiut ine itable eii ' cumsUnv-cs kept him from making his Idler. This year he i)laved at full, aiul owing to his fighting qualitii ' s. he nvcnaine the difticulty of his light weight, llelland is a Senior Engineer, and has completed his footijall activities. HISSKLL Hiissell was Ihe mily rresliman lu win his leller this y.av. lie liaii no 0]iportunilies in the lii-si i;aiuc . ciwinu to the rieshniau lule. In llu other games be was easily one oT the fasi- ' sl nun in jilaw . l ipiarlcr and hair he showeil rai ' c cnolucss lor a new uuiu. displ, lying good head- work. Jle is a (ln(li;vr. makinu him valuable iu llic ba k lield. liu.ssell ' s work nuiv be walehi ' d silli pleasuie for |he l)e. t tliice years. BROWN I ' li ' owii lirst iittrai tcil altnitinii r plaviii.i;- (Hi MiXciirs 1!)!)!) Scrulis. Iiiiai:iiic five IVrt and rmu- iiiclic ol ' inuscle and grit: yon will llicn have a faint cdnii-iitidii nf ISrdwu. Despite liis size lie is oil " cil ' Ihc hardest hilling fulls r cr seen on Clark Field, anil he ke ' |is it ii|i: he is ni er t(lll|)ed until his ii|)|iiinents liring Iniii down iliniugh .-lleer weii lii. In hreken lielil mils lie is e(|ually a SUeeess. He will he a maiiisia ' . in the h.uk lield next year. i. W J ' s Hi - lA The Kc ' werves The " R " was awarded tn Wilson. Shear, Keniiard, Hoover, and Xililo. . 11 (d ' the phned in some of the ganio. hut not i|iiite enough to secure a letter. Wilson plays a smashing game at lialf or full. Keiinanl was rathei- light for lai- was a hard lighter. Shear is a goml line man. (-.[ {. tui-d . and aggressive. Had lloo er his foiithall career eaidier lie would now he a star. Tlii year he was prael ically a raw i-eci-u s])eed will make liiin a aluahle man in the fuliire, Xihio was one of the heroes id ' the eontest. ' I ' liat was liis lii-st game of the season, he taking Spoonis " plaee when the latter jiired. The hig fellow aeipiitled hinisrlf well, liut was later injured so that he was out season. Ml ihrse mm w ill return ne l ear. and will lie slroiii;- eoutenders for plaee . Schedule niul Seori ' s October 8. IHID— Texas v . SouthueM-rn 11- •: October i:.. 1!)10— Texas vs. Haskell G8- :i October •. ' ■. ' . 1!)10— Te.xas vs. Iveiilucky IS- October ' . " .), !!• ID— Te.xas vs. Auburn ' i- Xovemher o. I ' .UO— Texas vs. liavlor 1-0 Xovember 1 1. l!(|il— Texas vs. A. and M S-14 .Vovcmher IV. I ' liri— Texa.s vs. Louisiana l " . ' - 3 November .M. l!)l(l— ' I ' exas vs. Oklahoma 0- :i ' se men kle. but started It. TTis .Viihiirn was in- fer the O ' hla. tries a pos5. Ji ' ' - W 151 ' a9 :?; " ' " , 4iB - lULiflBBftt. " Baylor chi ' wed the raa vntW iiPf m thi -aiAn -went dovun . Happy slips by therndiarvs, ohe Lon hornsbold 7?uburn to the last irich , hirK " hicHincj 0 x of dar»c|er. L5. . Up in the air. I t I Scrub l oolball The Siiul.s i:i.s() I ' ciyrT Cn plain S. L. I ' lMKNI-Y liniiii rr C. C. M( ' i;ii.i Co.ich IVlMOIIIK-l Ddwii . I ' licit. ' . lrla:-ky. Scllais. Shcn-ill. I ' .alciiiiin. I ' .ir.uv. Miiin. Ilrdrninl., (iavic llarwond. :y[ii ... llarnhi, Li|Nrnl||i,. Srriil Sr ires Scnili .-. Hiiiiiiiiics :) t-0 Scruli- v . I ' . ' aciirk IS-n ScniUs v --. AUrii Aca l Mv I- ' S-n Scrubs vs. Wosr T. ' xas Ui-O . .. ' .fe - -t Hii - ' r ' !L i f ;|[ ' UVASMUrro LeCTURE EVOLV N6 A YELL TWO 30UL5 WITH A SINGLE. THOU ' OhT PfiEXY N ARt ABOUT T I I I Class Cliaiiiploiisliip ClaHN ChampioiiN — The Sophomore Team IT. IT. SliEAK Ciijililill TjK.si.ik Spooxts ( ' (itich Aiirnri; T yki! MniKigi ' r WiiiiierN of " 1 , ' { " Gi ' orjje. Xasli. IIolci!iiili. Saiinilci-s. Sjiiiniit . Ci-ivii. ' rcirlicrl Fi ' lsiiiu ' . Uiitriiiaii. liiiL;! ' . Wnzriiriat ' t. Dm- Hoover, () " ( ' luiiinr. Slicar (( ' a|il.). Ilnrt. Calilwcll Scores Frp hiiK-n V-:. Si)]ili(iiniiies 0-0 -limiors s. Seniors ,5-5 Ki ' csliiiicn ' s. Sophoniorrs 0-. " ) Seniors vs. Juniors ll-(i Soplioniorcs s. Seniors 17-0 I ftAC li ' A( ' K in tlip ] ' nst yi ' iir had tlip lioiior of bnastiiit;- (nir firsi iiiiilcrcatiMl team I ' nr a ili ' cailf. EnlluisiaFm was the kcvnotc thn ut:hniii the year, l- ' ioiii tlic annual Xo-Tsu-Oh carnivai iiirct at llonsion in i!Mi ' ,i until llic linal nit ' et at Birniingliani in l!ni), there wei ' e al a a iiiraiits for [jhir-L ' s on tlie team. Tliis coiiiputition, tojietlier witii Snydef ' s skillfnl eoachini;-. made success possible. Passing the lifst nieel of the season on aceoiiiit ot ' a lack " of space, as a result oT suliscri|itions eleven men and the ruaeh " ' were sent to the Southern meet at Birmingham. Texas won h.:th llie idiih and college championships, scoring twice as many ■ ] (dnts as her nearest opponent, Vanderhilt ( " niversity. Last season Texas went tlirongh six im ets. defeati ' d eighteen colleges, cluhs. ami universities, seoring a total of llTj points as against ;5 " . ' T. ' , points h} ' the combined opponents. Texas Iiitercollo iate Heeortls Name and School Date loo yds. 2W yds. 440 " yds. 880 yds. Mile " . . . . . . IJauisdeil (Texas). Henry ( S. V. ) . . T Iln.)ver (Texas) 1010. . . . llen.irickscm (Texas) liior. . . T. (). Cheatham (Texa.s) 1010. . . Avres (Texas) 1900. . .Oi sec. . -nt see. , . .50? sec. . 2 rOfiJ- sr . 1 :48. . 16 sec. VlO- ( . Hurdles Joe Estill (Texas) HHO 220-yd. Hurdles Groesbeck (Texas) 1!»10 25 see. Hammer Throw Tarrish (Texas) 190;! 13.5 ft. 8 in. Shot J ' lO Hooker (A. and M.) 1908 39 ft. .-) iti. Discus lleiirv (S. W. F.) 1909 107 fl. I in. High Jum]) I ' .oiie (Texas) 1908 5 fl. 0!, in. Broad .Tumi) K ' aiusdell (Texas) 1908 2] ft. 3 in. Pole Vault Sr.ipes (S. V. F.) 1909 II I ' t. Relay Texas 1910 3 min. 9 see. Additional l ' iiiv Tsi y Hocortls Pole Vault. Discus Shot Put.. .Bone. , .Bailey . James, 11)08 10 ft. 10 ill. 1909 loi; ft. 1 in. 1910 :! : ft. 10 in. The Toil 111 Coacli ( ' . S. Siiydci ' is llic nue iiinii icsponsiljlo J ' or llu Irack vic- tories of tlic sctisoii. Siiyilcr ' s L ' litliusiasm kept the team in good s]iirit duriiiir the entire yv.w. Hy keo])ing tlie men in good trim for nine months he ])orformed an ahiKist iiiiims-ilili ' iask. Snyder (1c i l(i|ied a feature in the nndefeated team ihal is larc in track — unity. A track team is generally individual and separate, hut Snyder (h-xiated I ' l-oni the rule. In turning out good lorin in sdiiie nl ' the events, lie had an aim:)?t Jiopeless task, hut h( iu ' ei ' ailmitted defeat. Tt was with great regret that ve let Mr. Sn -der i;,. to Daniel Baker this vear. M.inager ' I ' lien (ireen has heen called the liest manager Te. as ever Ium!. lie was never ton luisy in talk track and arrange for track. Mue ' i ( redit is line his energ -. lie ariMUgi ' d track meetin gs and kept the liulletins tilled with track ne . ' I ' his fcu-m id ' sport has ne er ]iaiil for Mseir. hut despite Ihe many tri]is made, (irec ' i lost little money. Every deniaiid nf the team was met hy him. liui ' ing his admiiustrat inn many impriivements of a permanent nature uei ' e nutde. Captain TlrJlcy was the mainstay in tie weight events. . t the beginning of the season he had ti-inilile in nvaining his t ' nrni. luit hefore the season was " vri ' he had ile elnpeil wnnderfnllx. The liammei- tlimw was his best event, hut he could always he i-elied up ui I ' ur puiiits in the shot put and the iliscus. M Birmingham. I!ailey won a place in the SG-pound thi-i)W. ' I ' hat was the first weigld of this kind that he had ever handled. Joe E?till always landed llrsi place in the I ' . ' o and ' . ' •. ' (i-vard hurdles. He has p-rfect form. . t liirmingliam he del ' aid Satterii Id. thi A. A. l . reeord holder, and set up a new . . . . I ' , i-ecm-d in the r. ' (l " s by running the distance in HI seiii)id . Joe is also a giind ipiartci ' miler. and usually runs a lap in the relay, lie is captain nf this year ' s team. Ciilhin was tlu ' pri-mici- S|il-iiit, r nf tlic sc-isdii. lie a ' ; siii ' i ' tn pbid ' in all ilashc-. He won cwrv lOd-vanI I ' vcnl (iT tlir M ' as.m. lie (li ' clci|i((l a (|uick s|irin,u ' in,ix slart, and lla a limii ' . strai.irlil sli ' idc. Miakin, r niHiil iisi ' (pf his anus. In liic (piai ' li ' i- liis liiiislics wcir al ays spec- tacular. Callan did nnl ri ' tuiii lids rai-. CIIKATII.V.M Clicatliain lias lnvii said Id Im llic Ih ' -I laiilt man Inr running on the sqiiail. In Ids iM ' cialtv. the half niili ' , lir won cvrry event nf the season. C ' heatliani sins his raei ' s hy uood jiideiuent as wrW as liy speed; he wat.lies the |iaee inlellisentlv. He Inw.avd the hall ' nnle reeord to 2:iHi| at liinningham. I ' lieathani runs a tast ipiartei- in the i-elay. lie is hack this vea:-. IIOOVKR Hoover ' s special event is the ■. ' ■Jil-yaril dash, althonuh he is line in any of the sprints. TTe holds the State reiord for the •- ' •- ' •i in the time of 21 seeiin: ' s. Ilooxei- tlailled a tendon in the eaidy part id ' the season, hut did not let that liimler him. He won I ' aee al ' iei- race on sheer arit. His i-ace with Diamond id ' dklahoma was one of the [iret- tiest hits (d " traid woi ' k seen lure. HoiiMM ' is hack this year. ]!art M v handled the weiuhts with dext. ' ritv and skill. He eouhi he depMided upon lo ir, points in each ( cni. His lorm showed well, espeid.aily in the shot put. In the liauimc]- throw he had some difficulty J with his turn-. He showed continuous de i ' lopment duiaii - the season. ' Moore is out this vear. MKLASKY " Mcla kx is n siirimci- niid low liiinlli ' i ' . In tlie sprints lie is fa? ' (in the start. lie uses sliml, clmppy slcps. cci-onlinating his body movc- iiii 111 itli his Ivi ' lc. Mcliisky holds the State A. A. TT. record for liMi ai(l al 1(1 scfiiiiils. In the ? " ?0 hurdles he maintained good form aii ' l liiiished strona ' . He is liack this scasmi. KOTIIE li ' otiie was one of the siirinting finds of the year. He has a per- IVct sti ' ide. lifting his knees well np. Eotiie developed a strong finish in all the dashe ' . On the rehiy team he maintained his lead or covered someone ' s losses. l?othe ri ' turiied this veav. THOMAS In the past season fax Thomas was one of the veterans. He ran a close second to Joe Estill in the hurdles, and was wiimer in tlie Jiigh jump. !Ma was a coiisistciit perfoi ' mer in every meet, and though not wiunim: u aiiv (ii4s, always helped in the senring. lie was troubled with we;tk ankles, which liaMiniTcil his work. Thomas graduated las ' year. GROKSBEGK Henry Groesbick was oiir of tlii ' surprises of the yeai-. He cauie out early in the season lo try the low bui ' dlrs. hut showed ni v form With consistent training he proveil lo hr a rnoi ' il hrcakiT. Al I i-o n wood be broke the Stale record for t ' e ■. " . ' ii hurdles in the fast time of 25f secrinds. In several meets he ran oii tin icla li ' am. and handleil his lap witli crediiahle s]ieed. Cme heck gradiialr,! in llllll. The Class Track Mic t of 1910 i I . ' I Fl.KMIXC! Cljllilill T. r. (iiiKHX Mdiiiiijrr The Soplnmioro Tejiiii II. T.A TM i:i;. Li I ' scdMi: l ii;k ivvi hick v ' ai.i.w li ' . LA riii;i; Mdniti: ( ' its Ki! M(isii,i: |- " i,i;m INC C ' liAiinorK IIii-i. ,Ivmi:.s iri:i.AsKv Class Track Meet, Clark Ki.lil. April 1. l!tl(» Event. First. Second. Third. Record. lOO-yurd Dash. Mdasky (S.) ... Holcomb (F.) Rothe (F.) 10 4-0 .sec. 220-vai-d Dash. Mchisky (8.).. Rothe(F.) Holcomb (F.).. 24 I-.5 sec. 44()-var(l Dash. . . Cheatham (Jr.) Manor (F.) Moseley (S.). 56 4-5 .sec. 11-llf Mile Ford (Jr.) Bruce (F ) Mile Kun Cradddok (S.) W. .Ayres (F.) Ford (Jr.) 5 mill. 17 2-5 .sec. lJ(l-vai(l Ilur(llr (inicslx-ck (Sr.). Lipscomb (S.) Batenuui (V.) 18 .sec. 2J()-vaiil Ihinllrs (;r(icsbcpk (Sr.). Melasky (S.) Bateman(F.) 28 .sec. lliijh .lump.. H. Lawthcr (S.) Cartwright (Jr.).. Lipscomb (S.)... 5. ft. 2 in. Binad .lump Jacobv (F.) R. Lawther (S.). Boot he (F.) 19 ft. ( in. I ' cic ault H. Lawther (S.) Fleming (S.).. Dudley (Jr.) 9 ft. (iin. Di.scus. Kirkpatrick (8.) Stallings (Jr.) .Tones (S.) llKi ft. 7 in. HaiiHiiiT Tlirow Moore (S.) Lacy (Jr.) Ilolenmh iF.).. 105 ft. 2 in. Shut Put -- .. James (S.) Stallings (Jr.).. . llaiivl ulr.) . . :j5 ft. 9V in. KeUiy Freshmen Sophomores. ' .i min. 55 sec. Kiiial Seoro Sophomores, til; Ffcsluncii, 151)1; .hmiof.s, 2oA; Seniors, 10. 129 II -ro9 or human? Cheatham sets the pace in the 680. Otxas w ri5 every place Tilabama bound ' - ' ' ' - ■ • ' " 1 ' Event. Southern A. A. U., Birmingham, May 7, 1910. Third. First. 100 Yards 220 Yards 440 Yards 8S0 Yards Mile 120-yard Hurdles. 220-yard Hurdles 5 Miles Pole Vault High Jump Broad .lump .- li..t Put llaiimii ' r Throw.. Discus . " )(i-lb. Weight Relay Callan (T.) Callan (T.) Trand (Bir.) Cheatham (T.) ' ilson (Van.) Estill (T.) - Eslill (T.) Fink (Y.M.C.A.) Schroth (Y.M.C.A.) Thomp.son (Tenn). M irrison (Van.) Ludlow Bailev(T.) Ritchie (B.A.C.) Ludlow Vanderbilt Second. Record. Rothe(T.) Page (Aub.) Henry (Van.) Clayton (Van.) Felts Thomas (T.) Satterfield (B.A.C.).. Patricks (Y.M.C.A.). Davis (. ub.) R. Lawther (T.) .. Lang (B.A.C.) Givens (Van.) Ludlow Freeland (Van.) Goodman (B.A.C.) Texas Simons (Y.M.C.A.). Phillip (Y.M.C.A.) Callan (T.). Thomas (T.) Robertson (Ala.) Satterfield (B.A.C.).. Thomas (T.).. Norman Wellpan (Y.M.C.A.). Bentell (Aub.) Llewellyn (Aub.) Commaggere.. Bailey (T.) Auburn 10 1-5 sec. 22 4-5 sec. 54 2-5 sec. , 2 min. 6 4-5 sec. 4 min. 52 1-5 .sec. It) sec. 26 4-5 sec. 2(1 min. 25 2-5 .sec 11 ft. : in. 5 ft . 5 1 in. 20 ft. 10 in. :i5ft. 11 in. 120 ft. [113 ft. 9 in. 21 ft. 1 iin. 3 min. 36 1-5 .sec. FiN.iL Score— Texas, 42; combined score of eleven opponents, 93. Vanderbilt, next opponent, 21. Texas vs. Soutli ves(crii, («eoriie » -ii, April lf , 1 ill Ik Event. 100-vard Dash 220-vard Dash 440-yard Dash Half Mile Mile Run 120-yard Hurdle; 220-vard Hurdk; Pole " Vault High Jump Broad Jump Discus Hammer Throw. Shot Put Relay First. Second. Third. Record. Callan (T.) Callan (T.) Voight (S.W.) Cheatham (T.). Ford (T.) E.still (T.) Estill (T.) Smpes (S.W.).. Thomas, Caitwiight, and Lawther (TJ Hedrick (S.W.) Hedrick (S.W.) Hedrick (S.W " .) JRothe (T.) 103-5 sec. Hoover (T.) Hedrick (S.W.) 22 1-5 see. Callan (T.) I Fonts (T.) 52 4-5 sec. O ' Connor (T.) IWebb (S.W.). Craddock (T) Smith (S.W.). . Thomas (T.) Voight (S.W.).. Grotsbeck (T.) ;Cole (S.W.) Lawther (T.) Fleming (T.)... Voight (S.W.) Kirkpatrick (T.) Cole (S.W.) Bailey (T.) Texas Southwestern. 2 min. 13 sec. 5 min. 3 .sec. 1 17 sec. j 26 sec. ill ft. 5 ft. 2 in. ' 20 ft. 5 in. 105 ft. 3 in. 107 ft. Hedi-ick (S.W.) I Moore (T.) Bailey (T.).. James (T.) ! Bailey (T.) .Puddask (S.W.).. 36 ft. lUin. 3 min. 29 3-5 sec. FiXAL Score— Texas, 84; Southwestern, 38. Texas vs. Oklahoma. Austin, April ' -J. ' J, ISflO Event. First. Second. Third. Record. 100-vard Dash 22()-vard Dash 440-vard Dasii Half " .Mile Callan (T.) Callan (T.) Hoover (T.) Cheatham (T.) Ford(T.) Estill (T.) Estill (T.) H. Lawther and . rm- strong. A. Reed (O.) Diamond (0.) Bailey (T.) . Reed (0.) .. . Woods (0.) Hoover (T.) Diamond (0.) O ' Connor (T.) Belt (T.) Morter (O.) Wood(0.) Mcintosh (O.) Hill (T.) Kidd (O.) Wantland (O.). Wantland (O.). A. Reed (O.) R. Lawther (T.) Jacoby (T.) A. Reed (O.) •Moore (T.) Bailey (T.) 10 2-5 sec. 22 4-5 sec. 54 .sec. 2 min. 13 2-5 .sec. Mile Hun 120-vard Hurdles 220-yard Hurdles Pole Vault High Jump Broad Jump Discus Thomas (T.).. Groe.xbeck (T.) Cart Wright (T.). C. Reed(0.) Kirkpatrick (T.) Bailey (T.) James (T.) Oklahoma 1 6 sec. 2() 2-5 see. 10 ft. 6 in. 5 ft. 5 in. 20 ft. 6 in. 101 ft. 6 in. 133 ft. 5 in. .Shot Put A. Reed (0.) Relay Texas 3 min. 44 3-5 sec. Final Score— Texas, 78; Oklahoma, 47. A i Si;i ' ,AlJ. was ••lii)(jili)(ii ' (i: " It is a talc of trials aiicl trih- ulatiuiis fmni l)c, i:inniii.i; to i-nil. An cxci ' llcnt Ikjiiic schcilulr was arrangril, liut (in account of cancellation of contracts it failed to iiolil. A tii]) » Louisiana and Ala- bama had hccn arran.ucd. Imt it was discovered that most of our jilayers were iueligihle undci- their rules as mem- bers of the Southern Intercollei;iate Atlilctic Association. A short trip was made to Wac.i. where two uames with Baylor and three l;alne with T. C 1 ' . were playetl. Harsh administration of rules compelled men I o lie knocked off of tlie team, men who were at the train reaily to iio. and their places had to lie supplii ' d by men (lut of trainin.i;. The team lost man after man, which cont ributed lar.ucly to the season ' s ill fate. Th ' , ' Dean refused mie jilayer peiniissiim to play on account of defii-Ient scdmlarship: two others were ren- dered ineligible by the T. 1. A. . . lule-; ami Iwci more were suspended by tlie l ' " aculty cunnnittee un athletics for violation of training rules. This action displeased several of the remaining members of tlie team, l■(• ult- ing in a demand for the reinstatement of the suspended players. I ' lii ii refu-al the complainants bolteil the team. Despite this, ' arsity fulfilled hei- contracts though suffering defeat with a te;im which the ineligibles easi- ly defeated. There was one stellar game at least; the last game with ( )klalioma was fine college ball. Bridge- water for Oklalxima and (lloesbeck for Texas pitcdied the first nine innings without a hit on either side — but we lost in the teiuh. The weather I ' e.-ultiil in linancial loss. Idc cn games were absolutely rained out. The attendance .-it others was interfered w ith by showcis. ( ' . . . Keitli. a Ivhodes scholar doing special work in the rni -ei ' sity, coached the team. Considering t he many obst aides whicdi confronteil him. Keitli did mar- velouslv well. I Iho 1910 Team T. N. Watii KX ( ' iijilaiii .!. n. l ' )i;() v.VLEE MiiiKigrr II. 1,. I ' l.ATTKU ,|x 7f; ( Mniiilijrr I i ' liers 11. S. (iwoESIiECK . . L. (iElOX !• " . I.. 1m ITov (-a(rlier w. c. r.iiowA Infieltlers I). I). llrUII.S J. C. 1, AN ]• ' . ! ' . (INHIN T. II. Sta( V Oiitf ielderw ' . W. Taylor . ' . Xi uv (;. T. KccniK iran-li " . ' . " i. Austin — Texas s. . u tiii ( ' (illrue ' i- o .Maivh ■- ' (). Austin — Texas vs. Austin Colle v 3- .3 . pril 7. Austin — Te.xas s. Texas iledics 3-1 ' A| ' iil S. Austin — ' j ' e.xas vs. Te.xas Medics -1- -1 . pril i;i. Austin— Te.xas vs. St. EdwardV 3-4 Aiu-il 1 1. Austin — Texas vs. St. Edwai-d ' s 7- 2 April 15. Austin — Texas vs. Slireveiiurt 0- !) . pril l,s, . ustin — Texas vs. Soutlnvestrrn ' l- I . pril II), Austin— Texas vs. Drdlas Ml .Vpi-il VM, Xew Braunfels — Tex:is s. St. Kd ward ' s Id- C . pril - S. Waco — Texas vs. J a i(n ' 3-lii . pril ' I ' .). Waco — Texas vs. l ' a l(]r 0- T May 1. Waco— Texas vs. T. C. V 3- (i : Iav ■- ' . Waco— Texas vs. T. C. V 0- :) Ma - 3. Waco— Te a v . ' i ' . ( ' . V 1- T Fav (i. Austin— Texas vs. Havhip I- 3 : rav ;, . ustin— Texas vs. Bavlor 1-0 Mav !). . ustin— Texas vs. Oldahoina 3- Mav 1(1. . uslin— Texas vs. Oklahoma 0- 1 Mav I ' , . ustin — Texas vs. Ineliuiltles . " - (i fav 13. Austin— Texas vs. Ineli,i;il)le 1-0 Mav •- ' !, . ustin— Texas vs. T. ( ' . V 0- 3 S acy,Z Q. Basket Ball i.f JLij. 1 ASKI ' 7niALL ill lllll) had the must successful season since the iu- titution of the uaine in 11)07. Texas ' won the State Intercollegiate Championship, ( ' apt ain Thomas, Massinuill and Tom Moore were selected f(ir the ALl. Stale team. .Manautr Camphell arianuvd an excellent though hard cheilule. In I hi ' ,i;aines with . llen .Vcadeniy :ind Decatur, theii ' coaches and (itlu ' r inehiiililes were plaved, hence iho e i:ames are not Cdiisidered. ( )klahoma insisted (in playing irnder til " liiteicdlleni. ' ite rules, while mir nieii weic accustomed to ihosi. ' of the .V. . . r. Hay ' .or was thi ' si roiiucst contender for the ehampionship, but our team ended with a peicentage of 7. " i(), while -. , liaylor contencleil liei.-clf with a ]M ' rcentatie of 700. The loll team was fortunate in ha inu a splendid tri]), which atteste(l to Manager Hardie ' s energy. They took a Southern tour, whi(di was disastrous from the standpoint of victory but glorious for spicading the Texas siiii ' it of good sportsmanship. livery I ' ejjiit made mention uf this fact. Our team had beth-r indi ' idual players th.-m the teams played, but the games were lic ' ld indimrs ami at n ' ght, cdnditinns which wei-c eiitiiely new lo the Texas team. Both teams were couched by .Mr. Met .enthin, and loo muidi can not be said in his prai.se. Teams and Scores i ' IJHO Team i rix Tno:MAs Ciijildlii y. II. Ca i i ' iii:i,i Mdiiiii ir W. ]•]. Miri ' ixTiiix (_ ' (}iicli ' I ' liM MiKiiii:. M Assivcii.i.. ll !;|]|i: . . Funmrds .1 A M i:s ( ' ( ' III ' r Tiioiivs, (_lAi!i(i; ' i " r, Camimii:!.! (liifinh • hill, -. ' . " i— Texas vs. Iluiniiiiis (( ' hii-k Field) !l-i-14 .1:111. -J!)— Te.Xils v- . S. V. l ' . ( ( ediuelnu n ) ;!. " i-l: ' . Feh. .■)— Texas v . iiavior (Clark Fh ' I.I ) -- ' S Hl Fell. 1-. ' — Texas vs. Sail Aiitoiiin -. ' S-l ' i l ' e!i. lii— Texa s. St. Kihvai-d ' s (St. iviward ' s) M-14 I ' eli. -. ' V — Texas s. , lleii . e.iilemv ( I ' .rvaii) -M-o. ' ) Fell. ■. ' ■. ' — Texas v . .Mien Aiadeiiiv ( lirvaii) ■r.-,--i Fell. o;._ ' |Y,xas vs. I!a lnr (Waen)... ' :;i-VS Fell. -M— ' IVxas vs. Decatur ( l»e,aiur) lii- ' . ' Fell, ■ r — Texas vs. Oklahoma ( Xoiinan ) -. ' li-Mi Fell. •. ' ()— Texas vs. Oklahoma ( Xnnnaii ) •- ' l-(i- ' l Feh. -. ' S— ' IVxas vs. Polvteehiiie ( Fert Worth ) o " --i ' i Mar. 1— T. ' xas v-. Wa,-e V. M. ( ' . A ' iS-- ' ' .) I SH 1 Team M L. M SST (;II,I Cniihiiii .M VsslMill.L. li ' ii TlloK.viox 11 vi. ' Dli: Mmiin rr ' ixi (; V. E. Mi:rzi:xinix Cixn-li C i;i!i;t ' 1 ' , Jamio: M( i:n; Scores .Tan. v ' S — ' I ' exas vs. St. Kd vard " s (Si. Hdwan Fell. ;;— Texas vs. Il.-ivliir (Clark Field) Feh. I) — Texas vs. Tidane (New )rh ' aiis ) . . . Fell. II- -Texas vs. . uhurn (. iihiirn) Feh. i:!— Tt a vs. I,. S. V . ( lialmi h ' niiae).. .I. " )- ID . FiinriirJ-: . . .( ' riilrr . . . diKirds Gvm Team r J Y.M in 1910 was the best in several years. Coach Lane proved an alilc and patient trainer. More Freshmen came out for advanced gym work, and the team was probably the largest in history. Bev. Dudley was captain. Anyone who has seen Bcv. ' s pretty bunch of muscle and Irish grin in action knows v- -7.. I M H ' ' ' team was lucky to have him as leader. Von Rosen- f - !r B B l)( ' i-g as nianaiicr ])r()ved jiinisclf judicious as well as graceful ' I B JiB on the bars. IH B Xo tri]) was made, but the exhibition given in the Audi- tdiiuui during the spring was fine. The exhibitions show a versatile set of performers, and all did their difficvdt wdi ' k in professional fashion, ' •vni in r.M i IS ap |(. tin -tandard of past yer.is. ' I ' lic team of the present year is smaller tlnm roiinci-ly. lia iiig rciruiicd liut few freshmen, and lia iiig lo t several of the veterans. Bin: the new men alrcaily iual llip knack nf the llip-tla]): and the old men have a year ' s additiomd experience in the aerial roh ' .tions, which adds assnranee to llu ir spectacular performances. Cr.iwfonl .■mil Dudley, though hnsv with thi ' ir fresliiiian i-hisses. tind time to coach the team, the former on the liar . the hitter on the mats. Bolli ,-iie exeellent ail-rmind gymnasts. Z. S. . rmstroiig is eapl.-iin of the team. Armstrong (hie littl " har work, hut i exeellent on the mats, ' j ' hougli iiiiiisiially hii y with other work lhi ear. he I a- ile oted (-( nsiileiahle time to the team. Ilanlwieki ' . the manager, is too well known to neeil iiit loduetion. At the time (,r gding |o pres . no trip had lieeii .-eeiirel. and on aetount of the lateness of the season, the g iiiiiasis will prnhalily do all tlieirui.ik at home. ' I ' liey w ill ha e ample opportuni- ties to show their perroriminee- ai the annual exhihition in . piil and the eireiis soon after. The matt rial of 1 he present team is remarkahle. ' I ' lieic liave always heen men who could do a few things well, bin praetieally every mem her of this team is up on all the ditlieidt " stunts. " Ahinini and ex-g ninasls lia e called this the hest all-round team Texas has had. MeiiiborN f ' l; wi ' iiKii. I)riii.i ' n ( ' nnrhr. 11 i;i ' " K ' Ki-: MiuKnjn- . i;MsriaiN-u Capiali Gaines Ciai-i-iv Cu-y ( ' ii;i;v MoxTCoMKiiV Xeely Vox IiosKxiuciai T i,Kici:ti llrNTia; Foi.iv The Gym Team in Aelion TcMiiiis Association III- ' .IM ' " . MTe I ' our icmii- tdiii-iiiimriits pl:ivccl iliii-iim ' the jinst yc:ir. M m m liU( ' i ' sl in tlie ami tlic tz ' i ' ailr of | |ay liavc Imili hi ' cn niisiMl. Tllc lic ' si plavi ' i-s ■ ( tlir State riilcrcd ihr Statr liivita- H ' ViHH ' i " ii ' ri iii-iinmciils plaxi ' il on ' ai-silv cduits. ,Ala ' -!. li)10. ■ M i ff S Valtcr Walthall, of San Antonio. wimuT of the singles, du- H |J H | Dr. the sets. A 9 | III the tU(leiit eliaiiipionslii|i of the ThIn c ' l ' sitv. I). S. I ' ei ' - ■ 3 m3 l iii ■iiiil Walter Kvves defeated . . 1). Brodic and Levin Jestei i. .. .- ' r ' " - PWH ill three straiijht sets. In the " Varsity C ' hampionslii]) " ' games, Sft- Kj- 3 I ' erkins and Eyres defeated Benedict and Penick of the Faeiiltv -| for ehampionslii]! in doubles. Benedict retrieved Faeidty honor- h ' di ' featii ' g I ' eil ins for thi ' ehainjiionshi]! in singles. Both went in straight sets. The intercollegiate toui-naineiit was ]ilayed on ' arsity ' oiirts. Baylor. . . and M.. and Texas contested. Eyres and I ' erkin- won the douhle , w hile .M iirpliy id ' . . aii.i M . won the singles. In the novice lournaineiii. Culwell and J ' still won the donhles. Jester won the singles. I ). S. I ' hrkixs I ' nshlnit Ilss Clir.IsrrXiC Sciiott ] ' irr-l ' n ' si,!i nl ;. II. r i;rsii Miinngcr ( ' . Ii ' . Ti I ' s. W . v.. I ). M i:iiii Srhi ' diilc Manarjcn ' Kxe ' ii(iv« ' (•(»iiiiiiittee 1). S. Pkkkins ( ' Iniiniiiiii (;. IT. Ilursii 1 ' ,. : I( Laikin- C. 1, . Ties PerkinR nnil Ryres Co-ed Athletics EiK-h venr tlic girl- seem to turn their attention to some v Uiinie or form of atlileties. ' I ' liis year it is liasoliall. ' J ' here have been two teams oruanized. lint as yet tlie aame is too ni ' w for class teams or regular matcheil games. lIo ve er. next year tlie girls will have had a start, and it is to he hopeil they will devote more time and attention to this most ext-iting pastime. Few haskethall games have heen jilayeil this year, as ihei ' e are so r y eollegcs within a eon- vcnient distance ni ' i f I ' liiversily. The one game played with Scuitliwcstcru i-csiiitcd in a tie. There will he one more game played with tlfui hefore the end of the haskethall season; helween times there ai ' e a few local and inter-(dass games plannecl. I)uring the spring n( IDlO much interest was manifested in the swimming le soiis an I m iti-lie- going on in the gilds " gvuinasium. First, second, and tliird-graile eertilicates weri ' offered to tliose capable of fulfilling lertain rt ' (|niri ' inents. The requirements to be met wi ' ie: rwimming For a certain specified distance: floating for a certain IcMigth of time: changing from tioaiim: to swim- ming jMsition : diving. The first-grade certificate offered to the giids is the same as the third- grade certificate offereil at the ( ' hautau(pui swimming school. Almut leu giids won the fiist-gi-ade certificate, while quite a number received the seeond and third grade. This spring tic um-k is to be continued, and certificates again offered. Tlieso swimming lessons are jirohably the n ost useful and beneficial form of aihleiic iiistiuc- tion given, ami thi ' T ' niversit ' girls show plainly, by the intei-est tlie - show and the rapidity with which thi ' y learn, that they appj-eciate rld fact. The tennis tourmiment during the spring of llMn was a decided success. About ti ' U girls en- tered, and th(- schedule was so ai ' rangcd ihal iMch plaxcrhai! the ojijiortunity of meeting caib of the other nim- players. . siUci ' cu|i. on ' ei ' cd hy ihc Woman ' s . thl-tic .Xssoiialion to the winner of the singles, was wdii bv Miss Lncile ( ' olfn;an. and to ihe lunner up. Miss . (lel ■ Hpperson, was awardeii a T. Mi - Ceffman and Mi-s I ' pperson were the wiiupav in the double-. Pan-Hellenie (Council MiMiibors David M. PrcTox ' Drlh, Thrla (iKORc.E A. Ihi.i.. .7i; Kiijijiii Aljilia llr.ill M. I ' dlTKU Brhi TInhi Pi M w.h i( y. : Kdjijia Siiiiim ' I ' liuuxi ' dV IIaudii: SIi hki Alpha Kiisilon i;. !•;. 11 i;i} U ' Ki: Si(iiiiii Chi .1. 1[. SrAUIiP.iJl ' cn Sigiiiii yii ( ' . Axiii-Ksox. . ...Chi r-hi V. ' I ' m kiii.:ai;t ljihii Tnn Oiniuin ( ' . (;. ( ' i; ri:K Phi (Iditnini Drlt.i lloFiM x JhUa Tan Delia i;M Ti;(iX(i ' ( ' Kajijia Pai I. V. I ' uWKii J),lla Chi 1ioi;i:i;t II axx n Del In ' ; (( Phi Picton Ca rbep Phi Doha I hohi hniiiilnl ill Miiiiiii I ' liivcv iity. 1S48.) Texas IJela Chapter (Kstal li li ' (l ill iss:i. ) City M ' iiil erN l ri;KK r AKi;i( Fhaxz Ftskt .1. W. T.owbkk .7. II. ( ' ai.dwri.i. L. B. ForxTAiNE F. 11. Rayaiond i;(ini:i;r ( ' ami ' hi:i.t. .1. II. Cii i.icsi ' ii-: At.fued Smith .1. 1(. ( ' . ifricN-ii:i; 1];i:i,a i) (Iimvks . ' »;. J. TtroMAS Lkiimi Ki.i.is I " . L. .Ikuitt C W. Wtclleu .1. II. Wii.i.i . is I ' . A W ' li.cox F. ( ' . Raiikkr [(ii;.i x ' i,i, v. Ju. D. T ' . Casteei. ( ' . Ii. T , sKi;iivii,E W. S. ( ' .u; ' n:ii J. A. Loaiax F. T. lii.i.KK L. L. : r()()i!K Sdidont Memhors . S. AliM.STIIOMi M. .1. .1 ( K. ' ON •IllllX II. I ' ICTON 1. M. llllllWIilli ' ll .l.. ..l MIS (I.A I ' KI ' sroN I ' . II. .(l Tn I ' jiMi ' M] l i:v, .III. 1 ' . IV i; Mi: ' i . .Iii. T. S. l l; l: II. (1. KiMi ' .Mi. K ' mi ' II K ' wimh rii Iv I ' l. ( ' Ai;i Kicirr S. M Fimiwkii S. ' I ' . K ' diT, II. ' . Cl M ii|I .M a. r. Mr( ' ()i;, U( K .1. 11. K ' r.SSELI, i:. W. I)i: ii:y I, ' . II Mi ' Mi: s G. W. Stacy W. . . Dkai.ky W. I». Mnoi,-K T. II. Stacy T. II. DiiwNs DdSM.ii ri:. X. . . Si ' i:i)M a . .1 1;. I)(I AI.II hlXCAN li ' lllSV I ' l XX .1. ' . TlM.MIXS, .Ili. IIkxky K.wi.i, I). M. I ' m Tox. ,li;. .1. I». Wiikki.kk GStAcy Husscll Ra-OvdolpK (.Amay Kappn Alpha (Fdimilcil ;U Wasliini;toii and Lee Univci-silv , ISG. " ).) Omicroii Chapter (Kstalilisliul ill !.ss;l. ) Ci(y Meinhor t; T.. Batts 11, (iii.ii|-iri ' J. ' liK.VDFIKLD A. J. N. .McCai. i, ' . li ' dYAI.L AL 1 . ( ' . SiiiMoxn?? W. W. WlLKEIiSOX FiKiiltv Mc-inl ri-s A. Caswkij. Ki.i.ts i;. A. Law UdKAi ' i: (;ii.F.i:iiT 1). A. l ' i: i( ' K Sti; i: ' (ii;i;i:ll Sdicleiil Mriuht-iN Tj. C. l!Aiii!i:i.i. .1. w (:i:()i:(ii ' : M !•;. IdXTICITIl i;. !•:. L. Batts M L (ilM. L, -II L. l;. I ' .liYAX (;. s. 1Ii:yi:i! .V. O ' CoXMiu (i. ( ' . ( ' i;r l:li iri ' (1. A Mill. Iv 1 ' " , l ' i: l)i,i;i ' n C. C, Dwis ( ' . i;. 1 1(11,1, ii U i.wii Hi Mi A. r. Itvi;i: w i; li; IX s. (i, li ' ()r.i:i; ' i-.s !•;. l- ' ii:i.iis s. A. K i: i, ' h .1. , . l;irKi:i; Wai.ti;i; I ' ' im i:. .1. I.IK Kil l, l ' I ' l i;i;v S, i,i:s Fko- r W iiiiiHi I 1,1, .1. l;, WlOLl.; yC(o Kobai-ts 15eta Theta Pi ( Fduiidcd :it Miami University, 1839.) Beta Omlcroii Chapter (Estalilislied ill 1SS3.) Ci(v Meinhors 1 ' .. S. Bkiiwn J. F. Clark S. R. Fisher (I. I. .Takvis r. I). Johns r. i;. .Tones .1. ( ' . Kerrey Ii ' Fai.i. Kerrey i. II. KlXSOLVING I). X. IcLauchlin L. A. Fttcheli. I ' WEiJ. Nali.e J. E. Pearce Oscar Rortxsox Ralph Robix.son E. B. Wright Student Members R. A. Baker R. L. Oarlock R. TI. FiKi.i) E. L. Fdlton J. G. CtRegg ■MiKi: TToGG ToRTER Holland ( ' . Jennings T. A. Knight J. A. ' March A. l r. Owsley .1 ACK RiTLEDGE 11, ( ' . I ' lTKIX 11. : I. I ' OTTEK TjESLIE Si ' OOXTS TT. A. Stti.bs Ei:s-n:i; ' roe II. C. Wi:eks 15? •po« Fi. ld Jultc ifj Kappa Siiinia I- ' odliilrd at lllc llllxtTsilv ni ' 1 1 ' ;; 1 II 1:1 . l.S(u.) Tail Chapter |l ' : tal)lislicd iu ISSI.) Ci(y lembers .1. j. Ilia.i, S. W. FisiiEU .]. W. M.vxwKLi, A. .1. Hi;vki;ley A ' . W. l- ' isiii:ii A. .J. Rkctou ■. 1 . l!i;()i)Ks I ' K. I ' " isiii:i; F. f " . Vnx i;(isi; i;i:ii i 1- " . ( . ( ' i,ii i.i.i. ! i((ii.M (JiiMiAM SrMMi:Ki ' iKi.ii T i.oit 1!. M. ( ' ( i.(inTT W. A. 1Iai;i ' i:i; W. M. ' I ' iiukxtox v. ' I ' . ( ' oxxFi ' .i.Y . 1 1. IIaut IIdi ' mi: ' I ' iiomson ' . A. Dawsox II. |j. IIii.cAirrxEK K. .L Tiidmsox A. X. ni:xTox -liii (iii.i ' .Kirr . W. 1 n xsi;xii C. S. l)u i:i.i. S. . K (hiiium.i ' oirri:x A. ( ' . KsiiLi. Airriin; .Mciouk .Ici ' (miii: ,1. K. r . uj;v Kiiiis Cam I ' r.n.i. I. 1 ' . 1 1 1 i,iii:i:i;AM) I ' " . W . Si momi-, T. r. T i.dit SIikI.mi) M Mul -rN (I. !•■, A( KI.KY W. (). ClMlSS X T l ' (K W. M. Am: a. 1)i:i: K II. II i;r, .li;. (i. 1 ' .. I ' kki.kij ! ' . I ' . CniHx II. l; I ' . lli:i A i K. i;. i;i:u) ( ' . W. r.RKi.Kv II. I ' . ll(ir.sT(j .1. W. l. ' ori ' i:i,r ,1. II. Ddoi.ky W . r III T(iii:.s()x It. 1. SvNsoM II. I ' . lli;on;iii-. .Ii;. I, ' . W Kixc It. I ' . Saxs(im. .1 !•;. i-ji. ii)Mis(iN .1. s. Mri ' i.Miii.N ' r. s, ' r i.i. FKi!ii() W. .1. I ' m.tiiim;. .h;. W. M.McdKK W i: im:i.i. Wcioi) uooleA Ale cander l ockwell TaliafG.pr»o M ' tUce Jr»OSS ' R ' PSjs.rvSOrr Hoiaston Drotaqhtr nr»onsor Kim Sijjnia Alpha Kpsiloii (rniiii.lcd al llu ' liinri ity of Alaliiima, LSod. ) Tc ' xjis Hlio Chapter (K lalilisli(Ml in 1884.) Chy M.M.11..-IN .1. T. Hl.MscOE .1. i ' . llnllXliKKCKR " Wll.l. J. ScAinUMUCIIl ( ■. i;. Cn.Ks -1. W . M( Ci.KNiioN . A. SriiDMAx !•:. r.. II wcocK 1. i;. IIl-xxkut D. K. Woodwauu L. V. LOCKRIIKIK l ' )n ' iil(y Memliers II. V. l!i;xKiii(T K. W. Fay StiKloiif Meiiihors Tt. E. BnooKS A. R. (ii; mi;i.ix(i T.cm i MmiiMiAifin ' .1, ir. ( ' ArKIKLD .1. r. IIaxWAY W. n. MrilDAV { ' . ( ' ()!, DWELi, ' riiiMjxi ' dX TI i;ini-. (;. W. I ' oi.k i;. Cox n. w II i:iiY w . I ' . i. ' ATiii.i.i, I " . C.ii.DW i;i.T, W. M. ll.i vAi;i) II. • ' . Skai.k M. ( ' . Ckwvfdimi M, W. I. y II. II. Siii: i; !• ' . L. Dix l, I,. W -six(.Mj. ,1. I . SiiKi.Tox L. ( . Fv ii.Axi) I.. M. M ' i-. .Ii Smith , . . . l-A ' AX ' .s IImm Mimihi: I ' !. ( ' . Sr i m i:i;i-i i;i.i) Sijiiiia Chi ( I ' " iiun(Ic l ill Miami l ' ni rr iiv. If . ' ) " ).) Alpha Nu Chapter (Eptnl.lislKMl in 1S84.) Ci(v Aleiiiberw W. ! . Ai.r.KX : i. ! r. Jinxsox II. 1 HicKi.n; M. II. IliiKi.Ku J. M. Kam.mcy .1. !• ' . I!r I i,i:i; .1. I!. K ' kiI ' oi; II. 11. Fixcir II. r. K ' ii iiMiDsox I. II. iJullAlllWdX J. I). ' . l.-||| Ml. l ' in ' iillv ileiiibers s. V. 1 ' " |XC]1 11. F. K ' T ' KirxE S ' I ' MIK ' (U ' XG S ii l.ii( l«MiiI prN IT Tl. Nhwm.vx .1. .]. . IK IX SOX S. V. Ivxci.isii I ' . . . MrliiiniiiT ' i c w Com-: i;. W. (hi lis S. 1 . Moxaiiax A. Iv ( ' (loi ' F.!: L. i;. II WIN. nix l! Tiii ' ori! i ' : W 1 " . I» III.M. XX Ii ' . K. 1 1 ;;ii M KI-; . i; Smith 1 ' . v. 1 ) WID.SOX W. 1,. Ill IIM.N 1!. 1). T Mii.rox 1,. ( ;. 1 »l: M AX M. IlMIT F. F. 1 l.ll VMS ■ .1. l)i: iNic If. M. Ki.i r.i:i;(i II ( ;. W ' dMin.i: ( ' . U. I ' Jiw Ai;n ; -. W. Lackky M. i;k Li: iMiix 11 i;. Vdixc UJflHiJJilW Leroy Penman .lark Leminon Sigma Nu ( Fniindcil :ii A ' ir,L;iiiia Military Institute, 1859.) Upsilon Cliaptor (Eslalilislicl ill ISSC.) Ciiy MeiiiberN .1. S. MvuicK Ben Kohkhtsox Chari.es Stephenson (t. K. SilELI.EY Kjn ' iilty Meiiihor E. P. Sriiocu Stinleiit AieiiihePH V. X. . l)AMS K. W. |I|; .M J. 11. ScAIiliROUGlI 11. ( . l ' Ai!XiiAi!T Ij. M. l ' ' n:NAs August Schmidt .1. 11. Mrowm.eh S. . . l.ii.LAiiD Y. W. Taylor Orid P.r. As . . ' I ' . FcKean ( . ' . T-wlor (I. K. ClIHISTIAX li ' . Ij. I ' lI.EOW AV. ( ' . ' rilOill ' SOX W. . . D.VRTEU 111 l;|) I ' OPE li. ( ' . THABrE Chi Phi Founded :it ri ' iiici ' toii I ' liivcrsity, 1824.) Nil Chapter (Kstal)lisli(Ml ill IS ' .i-. ' .) C.ilv MeilllxTN ' II.l, Caswki.l 11. K. Foui) ( ' . y. : i(ii;iiiMiN h ' .] . V ].M T. v.. Sami ' sox FHAXK SaMI ' SOX iltv MiMiilierN L. II. IIaxky S. K. MiczEH : i. v.. I ' uiiTKii ( ' . E. IfOWK Stuilc-iii I Mnl)er8 I!. ( ' . . m ' !:i;sox ' I ' liM AiK iii:i: . ( i;m w BivAiti) li ' . v.. ( ' U ' i:i!S .1. K. liMCHKinv S. I;. Davik.s I- ' i;ank l»i:rTZ . . li. Fi.i.i.s !■ ' . I ' . I VKRKTT i;. 1-;. 111. 1.(1. mi: L. ( ' . Ilii.i. (;. II. Li:wis ( ' . .1. Mai riiKws . . I!. Mn.i.Ki; . . W . YoLNi; W. T. Xi:i!i.KT-r L. F. Xki.sox K. ( ' . S ' lTcKi ' irr r . r.. TiiiiM I ' sDN II. I!. Wii i.rxG W. .1. Wll.snx (i. F. Wddiii.icv Ellis dari-vtt HUl L Ois. Jloleoiifl-v Q09 IP Mltll(2 . )3 llullcr licbktt yi ' lialing ' fitticVrt fireh-if Hf aughcrtxj " Alpha Tail Omega ( l iiiiiiilcil al X ' ir.uiiiia lililan I ii.-ut iilc ISO. " ).) Tt ' xas Gamma Etji Chapter (Eslalilislicd in ISiir.) (.i(v Mpiiilii A. W. F.isiiop IIai;i:is Mastkh-sux, .Ik. . ' " i. K. Cii VMii.ii: W. I ' . liiviN- " Ai.i ' i:i! r!iii:.M0XD W. IiAMsKY ' W . (Jkicgokv i;. W . Tdiiix AV. K. (iVKSKX Sliiilciit .McinlxTh Vi ' ixiKiM l!ri;Ki; ( ' . C. (■l. MI ' ' I ' , i;. Ci i;i!Y .1. li ' . Cl.VMin! !■]. hi: Mii i ' i:i. ' . . Im.i.is li A I.I ' ll (ioKTII S(nTI ' Kl.iri ' T .1. i;. Nixux ' .. Nixov l " i; i I ' l; AiiCK ( ' . ri;n:iii:AiiT T,. 11. rowKii. Dick IIiii ixson C. M. l ' (wsKU S. A. ' I ' kk ' hy II. L. I ' l.ATTICIi 06d0 Ckjni cIWNiv.-ii J L-tt iowoU Phi Gam ma Delta ( Foiiii(li-.l at .IrllVi-snii CilU-v. 1.S4S.) I Tjiu DjMitiToii Clliaph ' r ( l ■- l:llllisll(■(l ill 1!I(M.) Ci(y Jlombcr F. II. S. 1)m;i;i:i.i, F. n IT. W . . ' :, Ki s I!kx I ' ice ;rs-i.;i.i, W. II. V,,r. G Faciiltv MoiiiUor S. ]i. AsiiBV K. T). lunxER SIikIoiW Mfiiih ' . II. . i Kx i i:i: L. ' . Iii;i: izi i; W . ' . liK ' i.xrxi:!! C. II. I ' .Krsii W. II. ( ' M rr.ri i. ( ' . C. ( ' i:tii: i;. I,. ( ' Mrn:!; S. W . ( i; |.(ii;i) F. II. Crr.iA-M 7.. II. l " i:i; f ' Ti llri.c llii.i.MW .1. I ' . IFU.MKS T. i;. .F . ii.:s II. Fi:!- (ii:(M;(;K Tii:i ' : C. F. l.uNc W W. Mi: ( iiiM W. M. w,. . I ' .. I ' l;n. Toi; I I will I ' l. ' lll iCl S. I . i; i-i:v i;. W. Si I AW R. F. Sr.MPsox T. n. St- mi ' s IF J. F. St.u;k . Sri:K. : n ' If. " l. S i:Mii ' ciEiSi W. .1. roim ,F K. Tdi ' in-irr ( ' . i;. Tuts IF IF ' r!;i: (rAi: (i ' i)i;ii(i Wiil ' iK .loi-: Wiini-: Delta Tail Delta ( Fduiiilcd -M li. ' tli.iiiy ( ' (illc.uc, 18.-9.) Texas Gainniii Io(ji Cliaptor ( K talilisluMl ill l!Ml|.) City Meiiihor f ' l.AniK J i-cKi.EY .Idiix ]j F. ( ' . ( ' . Mc i:ni. (!. S. W ' Ai.TdN I ' hxx (hii.iii:iim;i: FjkuIIv Iiiiili.-rs SIikIoiiI Mrinl. J. 1). . Mii;i: -i Fi; i ' IImjiwin ■ V. ( ' . l ' .i;ow - .7. ( ' . ( ' illTI (il ' .l{ . I). (VK ' KOI.I, .1. T . |)(M i;ilTV .1. . . MrlMKI.AXl) II. W. C. (II wiii.i.i; II. T. M( (iowx II. T. l-: x, .1. !■:. i ' l ri;i;s L. S. I 111! ' i i AX I ' . I ' liiij, ' .; ' !- I). Ixciiwi r.. F. Wii.sox ( . I ' .. F,iN,; c 1sFArlA.xJ Knqelcq 4 ouc) Kby Phi Kappa Psi (F ' MiniK ' d at .IrllVrsun ( ' ..llr v in IS.-)-. ' .) Tt ' xjis Alpliii Cliai ter (Kstnl)lisli( ' il in 1904.) Ci(y Members ( ' . S. ITayden T.. v.. W ' at.kkr FariiHy Ieiiil er .1. ]j. II i: i)i:i;sox SUiilent Meiiihers liri) . i;M.sri!() (; I,. W . ( ;i,m:i;i. ' .1. 1. I ' oi.i.akmi .1. 11. I ' xioTiii-: AiK iiii: n i: (ioi) X, I ' ii:ti ' .1. II. |-l i:i.l. ];. v.. .loNKS T. S( 1I|,- MM StkM IXC FloHIAN M. L. II i ' iii;i " rK 1 ' . L, Sii i;i;i;i i,i. I ' . P.. (I mm; KIT Kaim. XiiKiii I). Ci: vF(ii;i) Slierrill darrcft J-oollv ' rvx.cH: Doha Chi ( KdUiiilcd . ' It ( ' ..nicll. 1S!)(I. ) Toxas Chapter (Eslalilislu-d ill 1;h)7.) J. V. IIU ' KMA F. 1 ' . Ml Ki.vvitATi. F;i.iill% Mcinlx V. S. Si: i KIN ' S .1(111 ( ' . TowXE; ( ' . S. r,lTTS l. riii AI(l. n;i I!. I). ' r i;i;r(i I- ' .. 1). Sii iin ' Ki! I. 1 ' . 11 II iii:in;AM Slii I Mi( Meinli. 1 1. ( ' . I ' .IAMI K. S. II(l i.Ks ( ' MII.K ISKWICTI ' 1. ' . 1 ' . ( ' ()i.i: i N K. ] ' . ( ' (11.1,1 s . .1. IvMlIlil-V I, ' . ■! ' , 1- ' i.i;min(; I I W. II M;h M. i . II m;i;is ( ' . " . IXCIMM I.I ' . .IdXKS ( ' i,i: ' .i; ( ' M.i.AW AY .1. . . Lantz ( . ( ' . : I( Kinm;v W. (;. Mii.i.i:i; M. K. iM (; ( ii; Ml ir.i 11 r.. I.. I ' MITK.X J. ' ' . ! ' (i i:li S. I,. I ' lNCKXI- ' S. (.. Smtki; W. I ' . Siii:i;i;ii,i, ( ' . ( ' . Smai.i, P.. M. ' rn;i:v Delta Sijiiiia Phi (Foimded at the College of the City of Xew York, 1!)01.) ILiii Chapter (Estnhli lud in liiO:.) Citv Meiiibor V. L. Eyrks .loIIX C. HA!!RT? Sliiilciit Mciiihers .1. C. AliNKY O. li. lil.ALK (Il; l; ■ I!a ' ii:. iax !■;. A. I ' .Kowx iirssKi.i, Cai.i.a.v T. (). ( ' [IKATlIAll 1!. I!. Ci.MiK II i; i; ' i- ( ' i.AiJK Fiii:iii;i;i(K ( iiapm an A ' . T. FosTi.K A. P.. II an NAY M K. IIannav. .Ik. .1. K. lliii. 1). I). Ihciis Sam 1 (ini; K. P. A. Martin II. P. ilooRK W. K ' . MlCtl.l.OT ' CH J. F. Onion. ,Iii. A. L. (,)riCKsAi.i, A. H. lioTHE J. G. SlIVTllK. .In. Ly " N " n Simi ' sox Dick YARKiNcroN tallit.qa ' Phi Doha Phi l.a., I- ' ralt-rnily (l ' " min(lc(l at llic I ' nivi ' i sily (if ; riclii, ;nii. 1S(!!).) Roberts Cluipter (Es(al)lislR ' il ill I ' Mo.) Ci y Members T. J. ( ' ai.iiwioi.i. .]i; i I. 1 ' . I.KiHTFoo ' i 1 . K. W ihhiw i;ii Stliileiit MeinlxTN i;. L. ( ' Altl.dCK : llKi: Ilncd 1). M. I ' ICTOX .1. 1 ' .. 1 .l:V V. r. iriTCIlKSOX I ' - I ' IKIICK I-:. I.. l- ' i ' iT() ,1. A. .l. .Mi:s II. c. I ' lnviN .1. C. Cui-cc I ' . .1. Ki.i;iM:i;(i C. W. I ' di.i. W. ( ). :i;ii s .1. 1;. Md ' i.i:i.i,A i) INii i ' ll ' (:l:l.l: I ' . ' . 1 1 iM) v icKi; II. T. li(i() ] ' i:i;i; ' i ' S A ' l i.i;s ;. A. 11 II. I, M. K. ,M() i " i:riii T. S. TAiiAFi ' mto 17? Fulton r(ugcl iy Tlieta Nu Epsiloii ( liilerCrafernity ) (Instituted in tiiis Univorsitv in ID 10.) Ci(y MeiiilierN oscah robixson Geo. Sti: i: n A. Smith. .Ii:. E. Xalle Li:m ScAi. ' iiiiorcii ItALFIl lilllilX OX .lorix La I ' uELLK MrintAY (iiiAii. :M Dai.k Gi:au Student leinl ers IiKE Hogg CCRTICE K0.SSER PORTEI! IToi.I.AXD Ma.SON Pol. I. Alii) Otto Au.m.stiiong I)a e lluinis Wn.j. Tiro.Mi ' .sox Eex Shaw Tom Byhxk Im. Key LlXGO Pl.ATTEi; (ii:o. I ' oi.K : Io,sK JIll.L Cox Takltox llroii ScAin ' .RoroTi 1;. !•;. .Inxi.s li ' virii (iiJirni 11. II. .• iii: K i ' lllll !■ ( UI.IIWET.I. Stiai-: I ' ixckm V ( ' . (I. Kl.Mli.U.I, I.,oxxiE McKeax Hexry B.atemax Ddxai.ii Duxcax .loirx .I. iiES .Vi.EX.wiiEU Sri:i). i AX ' Tl ' X S( liKAM.M 1 " . 11. G. i;i;i:ti ' i ' .M I. Mouc, Pi Beta Phi (Founded at .Mi.niiKiulli Collciiv. ISCT.) Texjis Alplia Chapter ( I ' l lnlilisli. ' d ill 1lli)-.M ( ' ii ' Moiiil er Miss Iai.miaki: ' !- l rKi;(Hi;ii? Mrs. " Wii.i, ( ' A8WEI.I. Miss JruA Estill Ml-s Ada (;. i;i;is(ix M i s II I- i.i:n ( ' , i;kis(i Miss Ki.oiii:N " ( ' i-: liA i (ii.rii Miss MAHCiAiiicT Eomluison Miss Janik I obixsox Miss Adkle Sti:ix]:i; Miss Elizabktii Wilmdt li;s Wii,i;i i; Yorxc KjKuhv MomI). Miss liicssii: Coclli; x Sdiileiil Meiiil er Mls L ii; III l;l.i:s( x Miss CiRACi: r i;xi: Miss Mamii:i- ( ' Ariii:i,ii iss T?ia XA ( i.ixicx isN Fkaxki i: ( ' ()( iiKAx l s M i;v ( ' (UlliiA.X i s AdI ' Li: Iuti:i;sox iss Mi:irr i ' ' |isT is Ax xii- Caiiimsox ISS M i;v (ill.l.llsi ii: Iss i rii I 11 X ( iciri.n Iss ( ' | II ||;| I 1 1 I I I Iss X ri II 1 1 I M Iss !• ' :; X( IS ,1 AI.OXICK Miss M i;y W " lis K iiiirr Fiss ' ] . y. i:i: III Li:i iw icn 1 ISS (i i:iii;i;i A M ' i:i;i( ' K Miss Ldiisi; M ii,i.srAri;ii Miss I.iiris|.: | ' i:i;kixs ] Iiss lAiicnoiiirK Si.Mi ' sox Miss Drew Staggs Miss Taxxif S ' -ixsox Miss ' I ' m mjox Tiiom rsnx Miss Fraxiis ai.ki:i; Miss Cam im.i: A ' i:iii ' . l fTss ( ' i 1 1 I r W 11,1.1 . is MsslAlalker MsslAld b S:. Tiiss Garrison m Hi5.sCatrficld ifosCiinton J iss CcfiAd I fissTausb H . " ]) iTpp ' MssSimpson 9 IXissPerhns ' " W. V I Iiss Coclii-on IMiss Coci} MissMJispauyK Miss Gfflcsf ic ' Kappa Kappa Gamma I |- ' oUllilri! ;l! 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Miss M u;i: i:i:r Ci miksox Miss Lynhm.i, I ' ' ixi.ia ' l IlSS ESSIK (iRAXT ■Miss Mattie (ioocii Miss AxKTTK IIardwicke JIiss Mai.jorik Jarvis Miss Jeax Johx ■ lss Lmi.E Law ] riss .ll ' l.lA LkcKTT ■Miss Axna Ludlow Miss Lorexa McDicrmott Miss T?kt!a Mastkrsox JIiss . i:i,i, MoKitis ] Iiss Kaiiii:i;ixk T{ed ;M iss .1(111 XXA IiTXOE ;Miss I ' ll. I, a Sti riiKXs ■Miss I ' ai i.ixi: ' riiiiiix ton Miss Ma r.n.ii: Wallace Miss Nittil MA Wilkes ' ' llis3 fo-own lliss CciTii|- -cll Mi5sH J i-moft Ml.. At niSiClarl«on © Miss -J oyles 9 Mss S ' cniK ' tt l Iiss J roai Mii s Thornton Wi -5Morris Miss Kod 1 ' Pfos ' KLrnqo MssWilkos W15S Jolni Mss MastciTson Miss aratt H Ifos Caldwell l Hss Goocli Chi Oiiioiia ( Fiuiiiclcd at ihr riii ri-sitv ol ' Arkansas. IS!!, " ,.) Io(;i CliJipttT (Estalilislicd in 1904.) Ci y M »iiil»er( Miss Estiii:i; I ' liMinr Miss Ai)i:i.1 ' : linrr Miss Edxa Coliixs Fiss TlriiY ( ' oi.i.iv,-, : ri;s. Cii ' .s. Dwis [iSS I- ' .I.I.IN IIll.i.SMAX : Ii- r.Kss Hr-icinxs [iSS 1 Ti!I i:i ' T.OM w Iiis. -Mai NY riii.i.Aiiii Miss Bessh: ' I ' m |( iii:i; Afiss AVii.i.ii: ' I ' ll ' i( iii:i; Ii II i:i i: ' riiiiiiN ION [is-i 1,11. 1. iA W i,Ki;i; Iiss (ii:oi;i;iA W mjvI.k Sdideiil MoiiiluTs Miss Ai.iiiMrii ]illSS JlCSSIK JU TTS Miss Ouack Dewy Miss S.m.i ii-: I ' .. Fiioi i » Miss A ' h ' ioiiim: Fii.i.n Miss Vine 1X1 a (Iaxo Miss Eiisi: ] ' riss l- ' si ' i:i i.i: Ki.i;tt [|v I ' di; n l.dM AX Fiss Sr ii: h(i i w liltdW X I ' aii.ixi: Mri;i; ir s Mai.y Niiiiiii M M,ii i;i:r Xoirni .IlLI -i I ' lMirll I -IT I ' i:ai;i. If Lai ' ka h. S. i I I ' ll -- M 1 1 lUMii ' I ' ll Ti iii:i; NS M Al:i:i. ' ' |s(i- ' s- M Ain Lni isi: ■|) X(; Kis5pLoinax MissLipscoTiTb Msslikft ' HwSlo TTiss utts M3sl[oung ITiss .FMa. Tiiss Hay Kappa Alpha Tln ta (Fiiiindcd at DePauw rnivcvsil y. l.sTo.) Alpha Tlietji Chapter (Establislieil in I ' .Hil.) ] Ii.- AX. A SiMllNIl; Miss E - t ixi; YAKinxiiTdX Student Members M1S8 .Ii:ax Fk.ii Miss Stei i.a Tomi-kixs Miss Bi.aki; (iim-.s M18S ClIKISTI.XK SciloTT Miss Ei.la Petty Miss Mai;y . i; i:s ' aii:;i;xi!i:i; i::i! !Miss Matdi.i.i. r ki:i; Iiss A I, MA S! ' i:i:it Miss Aii.ki;x SikI ' ;s Miss Elainh Lewis Miss Mahy Si ' EEK Miss Anxe Tiiounton Miss Faxxuc Tisestox Miss M :;(;ri;i;n ' i; ( ' i,ii;i: Miss Helen Joiixsox Miss Lal Pierce Miss Lucy Joiixsox Miss Lucii.e Joxes Miss Katiieryxe Wells Miss Louise Johxsox ifiss CoiiXEi.iA Johxsox Miss Emma Faukell Miss Jo ce W ' ai.kku Miss Bekxaiuxe Fields Miss l vi ' ii IIoiix Miss Lyxxi: WOotex ' Miss Fhaxki. x Wood Iiss Maim; i;i:r W ' li.i.i m , I iss CoEXEi.iA Ki:ashi;y 188 MIssl ' rasta MIssSpuQ r r ni35 la.dotxas Mlss A)ood MlssWillij-K s MissTarrcll Zeta Tail Alpha Texas Kappa Chapter (Kstnlilislicil ill 1!Ml(;. ) City Mciube ] I I.S.N ( ' AKiiii: (Miiriii Tus. r ' TrAi;i.i:.s (!Aui)M.;ii S(udoii( . loiiil ers lliss A ' liMnxiA Fiioni ' -dun iliss lsAiii:i. ( ' ai;|)K l ri. s Sn.ix ( ' aki)i: Mis.s (,s 1m;a k f iss ( ' M!i;i i: (idirni llss Wll.MA II 1(1(11 s : [iss I Mis.s I Miss I ir Aiiirrii .Iii.iAx (iiiiiii: Ki i iii. ' oi (ill I.I. L. WHIRL ' S Miss Willie Lewis ! Iss ] rAi{Y Moulky : ii-. ' i IVwKs N ' Ki-n.Y Miss I ' l: i;i. Paul : riss Bki.li: l ' (iirri:i; Miss h ' l-rii K ' wDi.K Mlss Xi:i.i.ii: li ' rcKKi Miss Lii.r i:i.i.s : Ii,ss X 1:1.1. Wii.vi.i (, .Miss K a III i.i:i; ■|J| ijis i r. ui I-Iiss Lcv ' Jis lliss " WcU5 riis sis i I) ibi ' o n qlr Hiss FranK -• gl lissKuckr tliss 5niig Kiss cdtorJ (R s Mfssforter € Miss H hci His? Julian Mis5 Cai ' Jcn MssLandci ' s MissHiggins Mss ' Whaling- PIi6sfen31e Alpha Delta Phi (Foun.led ill WosU ' Viin rolleoe, ISol.) Delta Chapter (HstaMishcd in li)0(;.) Cilv MemlxTH ItsS ElIXOI! Fl ' LTON Miss Cleo Rice Miss Madgk Roberts Miif Mk!- Tin-RitAX May XI (iOKDdX WlI.COX 1!iii;ii;t 1 ' i:xi(;k ihv Member :M1!S. HiI.ICX I. KlIiBY Sdnlent Members Miss Annie Barron Miss Lucille Bell Miss Norma Burleson Miss Ethel Barron Miss Xanxie B. Clamp Miss Alice Douglas Miss Pattii; IIaxikl Miss Bess Dwinsox Miss Mabelle Fuller Miss Anna (Iribble Miss Ei.iz r.i:iii (I(miii i,i. Miss Edith II ai;kis Miss Jeanie Hunter Miss Xina Lucas Miss ilARY iloNAIIAN Miss Vivian Mayfield Miss Ethel Massie Mrs. Clarence Miller Miss Lena Eogan Miss Mary Lou Rogan Miss wrv KirK Miss I aiici i:i;n i-: Sti:vi:x;- Miss Bess S ax l Iiss Emma Smith Miss (Ji-K ' nani: Stockto; Miss Clara Wei. don Miss Gena Woki.ey Miss Jet Winters " f M 115A3 Bell ' nb Wn-1 1 p p 1113,3 v3vJ75Mlll niA ' .WiutoK " . ■MU3v " )t(Vfn, ! I1]A ' ' v ' 5iin1li " ttiA-. nM-vKoPjMi TtAsLKos Mi Iii; Kice vM c-e likV Nona ' hMi ViTlillei- •- ?ri55 Hmtls iiix mviit ' ia MA ' .lnnlibU ' e W f 9 ll)A CixxWl Mi. ,iFullfr f ' riL3.- I)i)u lri3 lib.-5DM,- oii 11l:).-,D; iiu ' 1 riLuDurUvion Mi3 ;Dv nou MLiviDMiou Mi.Vj,3tockTou TBj Clauip Alpha Mil Vi Omega Mp.liral l- ' ia«ernily) (Fouiiilcd in l.s ' .M Ml w I ' l ' ivcr-ily iif IViuiMlvaiiia.) University of Toxas CliapU ' r (KM;ililisli(il in l.sitS.) Ci( V Members ii . ( . Fls|ii;i;. Si;.. M. D. y . V-.M. (. MM(i . M. U. WaM-KII Kl.KUKKC. M. 1 . W. ( ' . Fi-in:i;. .In.. M. D. v.. ( ' . Xdiii ' iiKX .1. 1 ' . Itriir,. : [. T . W. r. I ' .in Tii. M. I). .1. C. Ki.VNX. M. 1). (;. M. K( Ki:i. : i. 1). C. S. ' orsi) Faculty MonilxTs Kdwmii) KwiiM.i , .M. 1». Ii. Ii- T.i:i:. l. D. ,1. .1. ' I ' i:i;i;ii.i.. M. H. I ' - ! ' • Law kkxck. I ' li. C. M. 1 . Jamk CuKKNUddii. .h;.. M. 1 . S. M. M,.i;i;i-, ' W . P. i;. i;. I). (I i i:. M. A.. I ' ll. (;.. .M. D. Sdidonl Ieiiil ors .1. I!. McAmi.ty. 1 ' . A.. " 11 (iiv F. Witt I ' -. S.. Ml (;. ( ' . KiMii.i:v. 1 ' .. S.. ' 11 i; i(ii:K A IK IN SON. ' !■. ' Dor(iLAs I ' lnw i;ii . 1 ' . ' TTo:vii:i! Don m.h. I!. S.. " l• i;. ! ' .. Ml I ' .iMiii:. " I-. ' !;. !■■. lli:i;Ni)n . " I ' . ' .1. W. CiK.ni:. ■]•. ' n. !■ ' . Smith. .Ii:.. ' ' i II. I,. l ' .i;(i N. ■!•- ' W. F. (;akni;tt. I ' .. S.. 11. I ' . WAi.L. " i:; .l(.i N. 1 ' i;ki-, " 1 I .1. l;. W MIMA nt. " 1 I J. 8. Cooi ' Ki;. ' 1 I ■Ross .ToxKs, I ' ll. 1!.. V. I ' .. l, ' i: iiiN.;. ' 1 I W. M. M i;nN. ' l I Phi Alpha Sijjnia (Me.li.;il IrMK-riiily ( F.nin.lcMl nl ll, llc irM " Mcdi.-al Cnllc-v, Xcw Ynik. 1SSS. ( I-M:ilili lic l in T.Mi:i.) Ci(y Members TTkxhy TTai)K , if, 1 . A. I). Sixdi.inDN, M. I ). D. K. J . ii;si)n, M. ]). FiKiiny MeniherN W. S. ( ' aktki:, M. I). .1. !•;. ' ! iicMrsnx. M. I ). A. (;. Ili; i;n. M. I). AV. Ki:n.i.i:i;, .M. I . O. II. I ' i.axt. .M. D. !I. l). KxKiiiT, .M. 1). II. i;. Di-iKiiox. M. D. ,1. S. JoNKs. M. 1). SliiileiU MeinhcrN l ' ' l!i:i) . VKS i;. r. Davin A -. l;. ( noK ( ' . II. r i;ii xi.Ki-: I )A 1 Si ' AXdI.KII S. M. ■JAVi.di,- ( ' . W. Vi:i,i.i;i, ' ' TiiM ' ai(;iix Tj. .1. I ' lIK !;l) S. I ' . r.icisoN .1. T. Diiwxs (i. M. ( li; n M ( . i;. () " i;ii. ]. Skxi; II. . . r.KK is I ' " . II. XlCWTdX IMii (Jii Zo(ii CIiapltT (KstMhlislud ill r.)l):!.) Cifv Meiiiher (t M. Li:i:. M. 1). G. M. (;i ' ii.-n;i;iN, M. H Kacull V ItMiiherw M. L. HitAVKs. M. I). H. o. Saitincjtox, : r. D. H. rr. Xi.wMAN. I ' ll. 1). 1). B. ( sTKKI.. I ' ll. I). S(ii lril( Moinl) n. S. I!i;r(i: l:. T. 1 IllKKV I ' . .1. Ciiwoii .1. 11. (;i;avi-s ( ' . t ' . ( OI.LIXS ( ' . 1, ' . .Mii,i.i:i: .1. i;. Ill M.I, ( ' i;-. M(( ' l,•l) .1. ' . WudllT L. S. .loiixs.ix . . M. M( iM 11 N(1N ( ' . V. in r. . V. Lirs( (iMii Iv W. I ' lK ' I ' .III N (;. 11. l- " (is,,l K. .h;. Phi Deha Chi ( l ' ' (iini(l( (1 in 1 S!S;) ;il the rni ci-sitv nl ' Jlichiuaii.) Lambda Chapter (Kstnl.lislicd ;.vciiil)c.r S. li)()5.) Ci(y lo ' iiil ' ' rH ( ' . Iv Wi riii-:i!si ' )(). V v]. Xisbet ! . S. iiia ' CK 11. li . IfolJIXSOX KiK ' iiNy Mo III hers I, ' . R. D. ( ' LINK .1. C. r.rCKXKR V. ' I ' . (JAIfFlADE Sliulenl MiMiibprs .1. I;. M J. V. SKYiiori! W " . i;. MaN(ii; (i. W " . Siiwv 1 ' . II. ' 1 ' ki.t Ii. C. 1 ' i;ti;i; II. M. i;vA !•:. W. i! -,s K. ■!•. McDamki. II. ii " . ' (uxo ' ' . I- ' .. Mil, I. Cms. I ' ai. ' Ks. .li;. K. !•;. IIaddkx I;. . . .loNKs Alpha Kappa Kappa Mecliral Fralernilyl (Kshilili luMl ill isss ,11 Davtniniiili ( ' (illi ' m ' .) Alpha Theta Cliapfer (Tni iitiitod ill llHKi.) City Meinliors T. V. Xaviv. y . I). ( ' . S. Cvvv.s. M. I). ( ' . (I. ' i ' j;iii!Ki.i., [. I), (i. I-:. Dei.axey, M. I). .1. l;. Im;ui!i:si;. M. I ). Faculty Member Geo. Fay (Ikacv. B. S.. JI. I). Student MeinberM lv i;l, . ( Kj;i! ] ' , Cuoss I ' . W. l; i rzscii !•;. I ' . Ai.i.KN i;. !.. iiwiv y. i,. STMiii.:Y .1. P . ANiiKitsdN i;. ' I ' . Cc WIN I ' .. W I ' l i; i:i! .1. I ' ,. I ' .Ai.invix v. 11. Ill i;-T IL 11. ' ivimx W. II. Iii; Nin . . . . M( Daniel 11. W. Vii.i.ia.m.s !•;. W. i ' .Ki;TM:i; R. M. Mcviioi- Phi Beta Pi (Medlcul Frnlrrnilyl rFoniKicd i;l I lie riiiv, ' i itv of I ' lltshiiiu. I ' itt. liiirir. I ' a.. 1S!I| Alpha Kappa Chapter (P stMlilislir.l III r.tlO.) City Mdiiber AV. F. Staim.kv. M. ]). Student Mciiilit-rN G. G. Casti.i AY. F. Sim 1,1,1 F. i;. ( ' (.i,i„ i Sam 1 i;n i:iiv . . I., Mm, I i:i; i;. . . Wat.sci.n n. .Ill .1, C. V, ' i;r.ii I . ( ' , W ' l 1,1,1 A,MS W. .1 .1 I Kl S F. I). Mai;iiv .1, , , l- ' l.MTT i;. M. IL i;(ii;ave F. IF . i: To ( ' . . . ICIHIL.S V. ( ' . Will,; I IT C. W. (;i; Y F K. ( I l M I Nd.- Phi liohi Kappa (F.iiinih ' il Ml Willi and Mnrv Cnllcuv. 177(;.) Texas Al|)li;i Cliiipier (Eslalilislird in 1!»(U.) Officers J. K. PKAnci: Pn ' sirlcit W. F. AfcC.M.Kl! VIrr Pirxidcnt ]M. iiv !•]. Di-.. iii:i;ii Sfcirtnri Kxocu(iv - ( ' oiiiiiiiHiM- .1. I- ' .. ! ' i:Ai;rj; M : E. I )i;i ii i:i;i |N Ilil.L, AV. ,1. r.AiTi.i; W. T. Matiikk MoiiiiM-rN i :io -te i ;■■ lillO IMFKKO RosciiK Kr(:i: i;. . Ilviaiis Mamii: Skarcy I ' i:i;iA ( ' (iOi ' Ki! . m: Ilri;iii M rni: TiioiiAS Ktiikl Fonda 1. I. Xi.i.stix .1. A. ' I ' k a t Katik Gaxxawav a. KdMi.ioiK; lli:iiji r.iiTY ( ' ll MM iiTIi: li ' v AN Ml-llllx-IN l ' ;i(Ml - l ill I Ml I |- ' l;IIZ W. (il;AFI ' Ol.l.lH S ' l ' liATTON j. v. Sr(H ' K K!l Mills. I. I i:i:ri;n Miss. LAriiA A ' ooii ' ji!in iA J ' .khfokii K A riii.i;i;N Cdiii.KV Mai. ' ion Li:vy Wii.i. Camphioi i. ; I i; ' i ' .Mni ' .ij; ' !- Mattii: ( ' Kdss Xina L.rcAs i; ai.I ' II X i:i s(i 1 ' !i; i ' i Wm k Iv veliees (Eiiiiineerind Fraternity) (FdimMcil ;i( the FnivPfsitv of ' ' : in 1907.) i;. (;. Tyi,i;i( X. X. Lmy 1! ks MiLaiimx 11. , 1cMi; n llws lIi:i,iA n i ni:iKv,ini Cau ' t. Li-.E A. j. ' I ' ouMMS F. V. Dhnisox W. a. Smith K. C. llu.Mvor.i) Sam Kom: .liiiw Montikim n, ' Fdii M(iiii;ii u;ht .Idi: Laki: S, T S ruicKiA mi lf() |i; iv .1. I ' .. I I ' CIII i;r|| T,A s() Long I ' kaxk i i;!ii!i.i:MA Zki; Fkiincii Ci.AV I ' iiKs ' inx S. M. TjKK ' I ' wich W. .1. I ' ' ai:itii (; W. I ' . Ii ' aiii ci.i. Tj. C. r Aifi;i::,L .1. T. Wiirn, Capital Club (Orpnii ' .ea in liHiii. ) loiubers G. E. Matthews Earl McCo.mb Harky I ' . TiWvriiKu L. E. Peahsox Carl Euxge TJoss La vtiii;i; T. L. Hoover IC IX V. Alt.kx F. W. Ckai k P. P. Reyxolds TT. i;. LoFLAXi) ' I ' . S. .Mii i(i(i.Mi:uY y. S. P RAXl)EXlirU(iHU Kn inepriini F. W. Dkvisox 11. K. I1a i i.i:y W. II. (Jaky J. 15. riTm-RCII Jll.lW : [()XT(,()Mi:UY SiDXKY S.MITII 1 ' . Iv ' I ' li.MI.IXSOX Fli HfIXSDIIX JOH S. llllOWN .1. O. l)0L il.AS T-S. MoiNl joivNwi-y 6mitl ' ' KeyiNolds Tli«» Rustic Order of Aiit ' ioiit and TToiiorable lilistv (jUSSC ' S Olli.ors Linifllord I. l ' . Atkinson Oversr r . II. II i:i!is Coiton-irrif lirr -1 A( k Lkwis Store-l-ecprr Iv if. SpKNiia; Tlcn-setter K. C ' aksxek Pifl-xlonpi ' r 1 . M. Eddins Roiiatnhoui U. B. TJoss Water-hoy W . S. ITrxxiruT Plow-shil-cr W . i ' . LooNEY Cmr-juicer 1 . 1 ' . Xewto.x Corrcspondcn tn Poduid- Wrrlrli I. H. Haucii HoiihoiiK A. Pi. ( " ox J. I ' .. Ati;i s() .1. ] Kdiiixs . C. i.odXKV W. II. IIaimiis C. 11. h ' o .s ( . s. I ' KiiKixs K. i;. Si ' KXCKU .1. V. Waoxek T. II. li ' iCESE J. TI. Fo. ' ELEY K. CviisXER M. . . li ' AirsDELL v.. I ' . Ki.Nnii.E K. . White .1. II. r.. UGii .1 MK 1. i: vis L. |i. .Idiixsox ( ' . (;. ( ' . LLOWAY .1. 1 ' . XeWTOX ( ' . . . . K U r. Calloway W. S. IIixxtcut n Rnnt ciirlit year ; t; ' ii a fcllrr nninoil joii ! rai. lKill l uiii in Icxa ( ' (iIIciIl;c In ait an (■iiua.sliiiii. lie looUl arniiiiil nii tlir sknoj lirciiinds awliilr li! it kiiiii linoks ami il ' i ' ii ki-a vlril tliroiiiili a wimlcr ill Iho hig . ! ool lidus in Idp u lliu lull li:a v- a frilci- tnld him lliii Hi v : mm lari-u|)|iril llic new r-iimiiu ' r-; at tlip I ' miu ilcrc ai ' d liriii a pcasahcl lidv he iliilnl waiii tn liiii-t milinily. . icaclicr liamcil ttccti told him what nrw nu U in : ' ]{ hiil was .so diirnd siiii-l ii ' i liniil th ' sknni Imus th.al lie woiddiil lit jnii sh ' ai] in it, s.. jnn cum nvci- In Behaiil and unl a phKc tn stay. It was the closest hnrdin lilaci ' to the sknni Imiis and jmi v. aiitcMl fn lie liand in his Icssni ' s. Imt l ' .nl ' ni-( ' long jon o-ot |iiirt lnnii nm and •■.■(in -iini nthri- [(■llci-s ai-nnnd IV ' haul showiii siniptiuns of the .same sort m an a lenient and nieandei-in rnnnd likc tliey had the enlery. he eaihd ' cm ill won nito and they all set down nii ihe knl in jiuis rnnm and eni|uiiTateil tlin ■•. nsliiint ami Oneralic l Order of Kusty Cusses " — a feller named Keidev .-ed that « iiz a tidnd name fnr ii. ' I ' lier nliji ' kt wnz to as.soshate with wnn annthei ' iimi-e freer nii tn kiap I ' liini tearin away fnim ill " strate and narrer turn roes u the farm. p. i:. c. H. B. Se y ' ■. • . ' . ' . A. L. KlRKTA riMiK ' . - . ' J. (I. (iii.MKi; . ' . ' II. A. nKCKWITII . ' . . ' • M. C. OwKVs ' lin-ilj . X. [.UV h ' uu. frr .1. M. Bykiis (hhupalh T. p.. lU.AXCi i i;i) Door-sill III iiirr AIeiiil ers Fkaxk Ki.i ' .ki.kman (liodiici: l ' i:i;i,i;i; l rn s I i:i!i!V J. S. M( l-; ( MIX • ' . M. K ' iKKu 1:1,1. AIakk McHkk ' I ' . M. ClIKKN y l . ( ' Al. ' ltdl. The Ancloiit, Hoiiorahlc and MystcMMously Mystic Order of Gruosoiiie, Gory Ciooroos (iMiundrd ;il Alt ' .xaudria in ;! ' . ' !l 1!. ( ' . ) Texas Cliaplor (KstalilisluMl in 1SS!I. | Otto AmtsTHoxo il. K. iJoNii:iiii V. H. Cauuhtt Mike Hogg J. (i. Giljiim,- .1. II. Sc AuisifurGii .]. If. EwiM.i. (fi ' o. Por.K .1(111 x r. i:i;.s V ;nsi W ' oonmi.i. .1. A. M viicii .1. II. IIiihwxi.kk K. I.. ( ' ai, ' i. i(K K. E. I ' i:ni)i.kt() ( ' (in ' I ' aki. ' iox Ciiii.TdX J i:n in ' (!s Ai; iiiii ! ii;k I ' aiimck l riiM ' ' ( ' k |-(ii;ii ' I ' . ri i; i-: I )ii III I )i:Nr. " = it . : e. g[. i . . Baimmij! ()i;i,ii a. I ' iiatt C. (). l! Ti:. iA UK Cm.lavav ()i;a Ii ' . I ' .iiami: lii; ii ( ' ai.i, v ( ' . K. I ' .i i.i.ARi) ]•]. M. Davis E. - ' .. FlS(lli;ii ( ' . i;. ScTTON A. C " . HoFFMAx I ' . (I. Settle ( ' . .1. Xhssi.i: T?()ss W. SninnMiii Dai. I ' khkixs I;. K. Immank Watt SAixDKits B. G. ITami.ktt Rariiea Class Uiiivorsifv MoUiodist Cliiireli Officers for liUO-lSUl J. W. Daxiki I ' n ' si, nil H. Vr. (i. ( ' irANI)I.KI! Vir,-l rr.- idri,l J. F. Hendhicks ' rrirlarii A. S. Diiiui Trrrifttnrr l)i;. K. !•;. If A 1. 1 Teach rr Ioiiihers II. H. Al.KX ANDKU M. L. Am iiav II. ( ' . l; KKK M. .1, l!i;i:rF.it r. K. Ill i.i,. i!ii W. L I ' .Kowx T. (I. ( ' ii i: i ' i I i PI S. t ' Ai;ii:ii J. f ' r. C.Arii)i: IT. AV. ' ;, CinNni.i:!; ( ' . I.. I ' i;()( Ki ir W. ' I ' , I)(m;(;i IT 1 ' . liii.Kin; X. X. L. rY I ' . I ' . ItVNVKT i;. I " . IlKioixs l(. i;. LlinM: .1. W. DvMi.i. W. h. IlrwKTT C. !•;. hAM ,sTi:i; . . S. I) 1 ( ' . . . llrNsrcKKi! I). .1. Moody ,1. M. I ' liHiiN ■!. I ' . I1i;mii;I( ' Ks .1. I ' . M , i,sii vi.i. I ' !. 1 1 Imhmim w K. I-;. Ki;i; i k I I. I ' ' i:i:(:i su I- ' . K ri ' ll I, i;, I ' . C.w.v. S. !,. Kn i: i;. W . Cii.i 1,1 , ii W , I.. K I jk I ' ' . I . I ; Ti,i W . ' . Kniii 1 ' .. I ' ' . Ci; w W. (». Lwiilll i W. T. i:i;i.i:tt .1. L ()i.i i:i: I;. !., I ' AKTFV S. . . I ' l ( ll. .M .1. r.. I!iii;a r. r. i. ' kyxolds r;. p.. i?oss ( . .1. Ii ' r.snixd r. .Si.vrox S. S.MII ' II V. ,1. ' I ' ) i;. Ii. ' riioM. .s I ' . M. ' I ' lioiiP .1. (I. ' ii.i,Ai;|) .1. r. W ' (;xi:i; L. L. Vii.Ki:.s The J-iarac-a Class was organized in 1!)07. It meets everv Siuulay morning in the new clnircli at the northwest corner of the campus. The class is instructed by an excellent teacher. Dr. T?all, of the University facultv. Beside reli rioiis work, the class is engafred in many other activities, the chief of which is basehall. The team, conii)osed of mend ers of tlie class, is a member of the T ' ni- versity Baseball Leasriie. and has always stood aniona ' the highest in tbe percentajre table. Kvery Universitv studeni who is not a member of some othei- class is cordially invited to join. American Iiistitiito o( l loctrical l iijiiiieers Deidimau ..:■ Sti-iiimo Young " elsse Mason Meailors Waifl chenhacli .Smilli Keiiyoii Daniel Maiilev Tallin i r.yres Brush Bluchi-r W hiii ' Bei ' kwilli Cole S.liuUz Siolt Correll Lee Ki On ' irorH 1 . v.. KlA ' MiN I ' hninnaii J. A. (. ' ijKUKi.l, r(:rvtarij-Trcay:urcr Kxeniiivo C ' oiiiiiiitiee ];. v.. Khxyon ' Vt. ir. lilMsii. Clinirniaii. Caul Lei: J. A. Cokisku. Di;. A. ( ' . Scott ANNoi ' Iale McMilxTs T. i;. Cui.H Ml, ' . W v.. Kknyon Mi:. .1. . . ( oifKKi.i, II. . . .1. V. (;. II. T. I, " . . I ' . r.i:cK iiii ii ni.r( iiKK liiirsii Coi.ic i) Nii;i. Dkii ' ikman Kyi!i;s Stll l Mll MfllllnTS S. .1. l- ' i:ciiKNr, cii I i: li ' d-i II . i ii.Tov I ' , r,. Krii ( ' i;i. Kii: K. T. M wi.KY .s. v.. M. .-si) .1, !■;. Mi:a!ioi!s (ili.UiV I ' .M.JIEU (i. !■; I ' liui.Tz . v.. Smith I ' .. L. SlTCMMOX.- .1. K. WaI!!) I- ' . L. Vi:i.ss!.:u .1. II. WiriTK A. W. Vni-xti 219 The Sutton Club Bartlialoniae MustciMni MiCallum Porter Rushing Harrison Stocliairt Sanderson Cox Siilton Gardner (Mi; ' -is ( ' i;i. ( i i,ii i:i; I ' rcsulciil A. B. Con Vlrr-I ' nslilnil V. 1;. M sri;i;s(i ' i-ircliinj ( . ' . I ' . I i vDiiKHin Troixinrr r . ' . A VDKiisox . ( ' onrsponJing Secretary . ' X i Can expresb " BotCOY; )i9B Clranor lifiinrrooti 93 i 9 s ir I ii i n r L r In i o •2j:i iT9 i f r 1 1 i r tl3 a p CCl i I li r o fB i 13 2r 1 ' ii r 11 iTl ' 111 p M ) i 9 B D i r i n i a L i p s c a m fa tO i B UH 1 1 r li 11 r t r r -Ill I immwmr ► ioc £frtriitif §ilof[tton i I The Curtain Club Off icers 1 . E. fl ARDWICKK I ' rrsiilcnl Curtice Ko.sskr ' ccrcUirii Shirley Emglish Miimujci- T ' HOEXTOX Hardik I ' rojii ' rl ij Manaiji-r Stark Youxg ( ' o icl Tilt ' Dramatic ' Season Till- year tliat hat; ])a.ssi ' il since the Jast issue of tlie C.u rrs has heeii reinarkalilc as a seasDii nf ijreat success anumij the various Universit drainatic orii ' anizatinns. The feature of drainaties has yearly become a more iuijKirtaut one in rniversity activities, the result nf iimre serious ami sustained effort and of the greater demand uuide fur creditalile ]iei-rorniaiiies. We i-ecall the hiy when the Auditoi ' iiim housed sporadic efforts, the Liivinu ' nC wliii-l: were made possihle hy the kindly mercy nl ' stuilent and townsman: tliat day when the shmitinus ot the |iriiiii]iter ciudd he heard, and when tableaux and " livinL ' ; pictures " were lieM in e-leeni. We liclieve that we have developed. In Fehruary, 1I)1(L the Curtain Clnli successfully sta:;ed lii ' auniniit and Fletcher ' s ' " Knijiht of the Burning J ' estle, " an ancient ciuuedy. and one that )ileased Lii ' catly. Tlu play, a classic of burlestiue comedy, is familiar tn all readers nf the Fli ahcthan di-ania; it suilircs to say that it is original in plot and riih in the comic. It was v(ii-tliil acieil liy the niend)ers of the Clnh. Mr. Curtice ]losser " s " Ivalph Ii ' iiystcr-Doyster " being especially well reini niliered. Of |)articular inter- est and value to the audience and to all lovers nf I he drama was the iiicist accurate representa- tion of the Elizabethan stage. Kec|3ing true to its purpose, the ccirrect and artistic ]iresentati(m of the classic in cumeily. the club gave a play that was satisfactory in all pnints. Vrmw the de- tail ohsei ' ed in the setting, the rcjiroduction of the HIizabethan st.age was probably as faithful as any that has been iiuide in . merica. The Club " s play (.f llill was Molierc " s " The Miser, " and in the i)resen(aii(in of this delight- ful C(uue(ly the Curtain Club achieved its greatest siu-cess. The stage setting was again executed with faultless precision, conforming to the :-;tylc of fjouis X! ' . The gilde.l furniture, the can- dle:-, and the cream and gold motif made a beautiful and, delicate ctfect. The desi.tjning of the stage, the coaching of the idayers and the acting version of the play are greatly to tlie credit of Mr. Stark Young, who has been the guiding genius of the Cltdi. With tliret years ' training, the players have conu ' to do cxceedinglv well, the " ilarpagon " of Mr. ii ' . !•]. Ilardwicke lieing an example. St one- fr.iiu ■■TIk- Mi Scone lr..ii. " The 1 i The ' ai ily anilc illc wiiiki ' d ami iwiiiklcl Ixliiiiil the lni)iliuhts and was as i,rav ami liriuiit as you ])loaso. For oiii ' (iwn Fr. I ' l arsdii (iai ' ivit. a -jw-M ilial iiiav lie saiil of his aliilitv in l)ifkin : l)inck--racc inrii. sinuvrs. and (■lioriiscs. r i-o|l(. -!cd his troupe, added a knouledjre of statue teehiiirnie to theii- iiatiifal ,:iifts. and with it he liiinself (hiiiccil and saiii: ' in liis hesi. coniie ojiei-a iiiniinor. The stai;c .lew. (oTnian. Xeuro, and Italian eontriiiiilid to the mei-rinient of tile pveiiinu-. as did the Fnivei-sity ( hiaftet. Who eared if, in the pai-lam-e of the uallei-v. t ' lev ' ■ ' i-oiiL ' ii-honsed it " " a hit? We knew tliat tl ' .ere was more siniriim- to eonie. ami that rafe ehorus. Tlio Vaudeville was r )oil annispineiit. and. too, it had the ivoflhv purpose of addiii;:- to the fund for the huildiiiir of a ' randstaiid on Clark Field. Within this s])acc vc trikc the lihcrty of sljowiiiii ' frratituilc to the HaiTis-Toomhs Stock Company. Given jjiu ' ijosi ' l)y the clesjjairing ' strujifilcs of c-oUcjiC spirit, the company rose to save tlic clay. What ' s a rally now without Alf and G?ne? On the other hand, as to how the company might have fared with- out the accompanying rally we decline to say. The solution of that question, as the learned Justices of the IV nch oft re])eat, is not necessary to the solution of the case. J u u J J We are extremely sorry that we ar ' unahle to do moi-e than announce that the .Vshliel Literary Society presented " The Piper " as their annud pi ' otluction. It is to he Impeil that they had photographs made ' for ne.xt ' vear ' s C. ctus. Varsitv Minstrels Kla.kitlcr Ar Harris-Tooiiihs Stock Company Litlle i;i-m- Bis Air Al II. ■■■ ■ On ll.r Wiirpiilh v n 1 Li -( v ,,- ip rn Students C ouncil Officers L. S. Ilon-MAN I ' n-sidnd E. (4. CiMMKs Yicc ' irsidciif Sam Ki;i.!.y ■ crrcinni-Trc(isnrcr Academic Dcpjirdiieiit !■:. 1 ' . Coi.i.iNs |i(i i!i l)|- cA II, . (I. Cii Axiii.i;ii . ' ! ' . Xi:r.i.i;rr Ci-ionciic Hkyer ] : liic!itii ii l e|iiir(iiieii( W. V. .TOYCK W . F. AXDF.RSOX Kiiiiiiieeriiii l e|i:irtiiieiit ■ I. . u ( ' : . Li:i: .Iiman .Mon kkim i:iiV (!. L. lyoxc Nat 1 ' ace .i y Depaidiieiil ( ' . Ii . Im] ' . Aims .1. I!. AlKI N-idV A. L. ,)l K K.NAl.l. I). ( ' . Bl.ANI) ' 1 ' . 11. Kl-KSK The Woman ' s Council Miss Sadh-; Richmon-h. . - I ' ri ' si,lnit Miss CajIII.LF WiM.IA.Ms First Vii-r I ' rrsidciil Miss Julia Cooi-kk " rrond I ' rv I ' l-ryldml Miss Lorisi-: Joii xsox ,Srcirtari Miss Jea .Ioii x Treasurer Irs. Kiiiiiv Miss Lorixe HiccitxiioriiA t Miss Casis Miss Fraxkie Cociikw Miss AVinxifreh Bosche Miss Margaret ' ii.i.iams ] Iiss Mary Yj. Eobinson Miss Anna Dcocett Miss Mary SiM:i:i! Miss Bowena Bakxi-.tt Miss MAiiKi.i.i: Wai.i.acic Miss Mart Kikki.axd Miss Will i?xms Miss Hiqq ' inbotka.m Miss Dog gett Mlssciohrvson MissHickprvorvd Miss ' So oke MiSsCoQpG.r Miss cJoKrv The Cactus Vol. XVIII. ' lLI, ( ' . TirdJIl ' SOX Edilnr-iit-Chhf (U ' KTICE M. ROSSER ssis-linil EiUlor-i ii-Cli irf Thelbekt Martin Hnsincss Mmiogn- Jesse M. ITakuis [ssislmil llii ' iiii ' ss Mmiin cr ANHisIunt KditorH l;, T. lM,l:MT f; IJllrlir HiHIoi- Z. S. . i; !sTi;(iX(i 1 7 ICiJi or Mis I AiKA BuRLEfsoN liss Im.iza i;i; I ' l I .Iri-iAX Miss li ' oWENA BaRXETT ' I. W. j. Miss An. hex Sikes 1 ' . A. M( Dki.-.moti ' ! Iiss Jet C. Wixters 1, ' . K. IIawav Fiss I.AntA Li ' TTiE Smith .1. I.. l.irscdMii Il S IvniKI. ( ' (KIK ( ' . !(. llnl.l.AXIJ Ofl ' iciiil l h l( i rii| li -r 1Iai:i;v Law ' iier dulic £ url eaou The Cactus Staff u ledicul Dopilrluieiil i;i. ( ' ll M i;i:ks Hdihir-iii-Chiii ' S M l I v]t Iliisiiii ' ss MiiiKK rr Ui T. (hkiiiW l [Ksixldiii liii iiu ' ss Mini ' if cr ). S. I ' lhW AKDs ScIiikjI of MriJiiiiic ' . W . M ss School of Fhdnitficij EiNici-; ' i (i(ii School of yiirsinr The Texan Gko. a. Hill, .Ik EiTitor-iu-Chirf SiiiiiLKY 1 ' . ExGi isii sslshiiil Kilihir-!ii-( ' liii ' f Sydxey Smith Ilii. !iirs.-: M, unifier Marshall Eamspkm [ssislmit lUisituss Miiiuii rr Waltku Dealev Ultlrtic Editor .M iss ( iKAfE Lox i Sociciy Editress Assistant Kditors Aliss Laika L. Sjiriii K. T . Blttis (; i:(). W. Cole James Catfikli) ] rARiox Levy W. T. Xi:iiLETT n. ( ' . Ooon T. (). CiiicATirAM A l(l 1 ' i:tei;s K. A. i;ir iiii-; i [rss II i;i.i:x Joiixsdx Aliss I ' ' i;a ( i:s ai.ki:k Miss Walkar Ne.bkt± The lagaziiie IJoisE ijT K. ( ' APKiis E,liloi-lii-( ' hiri . L. Sai- i.i:r.s linshnxs M,iii i( rr sninlitiU I ' MitorN Miss Smith ■] ' . . . Knight Milks .1. Iii;i:i-i:i; Mis.s Hkba Mastkkso.v Miss ( ' iii;i riM: S( iiott J. (i. TTaxxa Fiss 1 ' ,i,i;a i(1! IIi:xi!Hiis()N- Z. S. AiaiSTiiOXG Ani:i; Dkalky i;. A K ' rrtiiiE Mi s l ATin.KEx VorxG Eniglit t! ' ' Tliss Tiilh Saunders Cd ers JiissJisi cvsow f caLey- issHendci ' son ' Rikliie 3i e©y©3 ' ( W . l : V . ].i;i.i:i: Mi v. " 11 Edilor-hi -Chief ' I ' dAi S. IlE i)];it ()N. .(i{.. " n ss(,ciiiie Editor Wii.i.i M M. : rnu( vx. ■]•. ' Biisiiipss Minwijrr {ii;(iK(;i-; Lke, " U Ir EJifor Assoriafp Kditors M. BuREOi GHs IMat.coju! R. Jameson, ' 13 Clay Preston-, ' ly ] [. i;iox LErr, ' 11 M. L. Massixgili, ' T? H. Cartlkdge, " It Shirley ExGLTsii. " Ti A. I.. Tooirns. " 11 Keith Thrhert, ' I:? NOVEMBER. I9IO Tlio I iiiv M ' sity lodical A M.Millily .l iirn:il of . lc- li ' iiip. pnl.l i ■ lioci iiiMlir lli - :ins| iri-s of Ihp Sliiilpnl - : «t the Mpilicill l r| arlmpiil of (he I ' lliversKy of Texas Kiliforial St.iff G. G. ( ' ASTi.KDKR i ' Y. ,7. A. Nkhlv Edifor-iii-Cliirf . . . Bugiuess Manager U. S. SUTTOX, " 11 D. p. Wall. " i:i E. M. !T i; i!;avi;. T. ' W. I!. K ' kadivg. ' II- I l»«rina ' y J. 1?. : [ax, ' J1 F. a. Youxc. ' 1-2 iirwiiiii Mrs-; Ei ' McK W ' lxiio, Ml Aliiiiiiii l)i;. .1 -!. TKitiMi.i. Oratorical Associat ion R. E. Capers r ' rrslJrui CiEovER Good T ' lVv I ' rrsiiJmi KoY PEiisox. ' : ■ Si ' i-nian E. E. Seagt.er Tiriisiu-cr t ' « 1 DobaHiig Council (II ' . 1%. I). Siinrri ' . ' K ( ' Iiiiiniifiii K. I ' ri:iis Scn-hiri Y ' . (.1. Mii.ih; l ' ' i(ii:xi: h. IIvkmiis A.mcs | ' i:-|i;i;s II. i;. Wii M.isi; I). F. A[c( ' i i.Lr. [ Contests 1. The Ci ' bl Prize. — A iM-ize of J TT. O. oltVrnl in two prizes bv lion. T. D. Cobb, of S;m A ' ltonio, for tlie best an,l ser-ond liest addresses on the suljject. " Defects of the Terrell Eler-tinn Law and tlie Correction of Such Defects. " Contest held January 12. i;ni. ' inncrs: First prize. Grovcr C. Good; second prize. Walter 0. Midler. 2. The Yror Pr!z " .- A sold watch valued at $100. ohVred In- Mr. 11. A. Wroe, of . u-tin. and a v;it( li fob valued at $. " )0, ofTered by the G. A. Bahn Diamond and Optical Conipan . io l)e jriven. res])ei-tively, to the best and second best debaters in the annual intev-society debate. Contest was held Jan- uary 19. 1911. First piize, Hujrh Ah I ' otter: second prize. Luther Hoffman. 3. A prize of .$7.i olfe ' cd bv : IaJ!)r Ira II. F ans, of Austin, for the best and second best addresses on the subject. " The Penitentiary System of Te.xas: What It Is aTi ' 1 Vh;it It Should Be. " Held March 1. First prize ($50). won bv A ' . W. Meachum: second prize (• ' 2. ' i). won by Allen R. Gramblin ' . 4. A first prize of $■- ' . " 1, offeieil bv Di-. F. 1 ' . ' ihllot. of . usiin. and a second prize of a set of Mr Brvai: " s " The " A ' orId " s Famous Orations. " ottered by Funk and Wasrnalls Com] anv, cw York, to be awarded to tlie winners of the annual Freshman declanuition contest. Held April 1. lUll. First prize won l)y lartin L. .- lklay; seeiuul prize, Clyde . . Hunsuckcr. University Debating T(»nins Missouri TcJim Ilrcii PoTTi.ii L. s. Hoffman Quosfioi;: Brxolrd, TliiU the pvinciplc of free raw material in oiiv legislatioi: would be for tlie l)ei?t interests of tb.e South. Texa ; hail the affirmative. Texas won the derision. I ' ltOFKS.SOi; KeeX, PliOFKSSOI? jMiLLFI; Codclicx Teiiiiossec Teiuii EriiKNF L. IlAiiitis i;. E. Kris.WK (Question: Erso nil. That the system of rjiicct lei;-isla1ion known as the initiatiM ' anil referendniii should he generally adopti ' d in the several States. ' I ' as ha.l tile a!lii niative. Texas won the decision. ruoi ' " E.ssoi; i ' oTTs, ( ' . ( ' . McKiXNFY ( ' (inches; MisNissippi Team Al.VI.V OWSI.KV (i. L. I ' lCKKIXSOX (.)iicsIioii : n.si.irn;. Thai the system ol ' direri K-iMation known as the iiiiliative and rerereiuluni .should lu ' aeneraliy adopted in the .several States. Te. as had the negative. Te.xas won tlie deeision. J ' iioFKs.sor; 1 I!i:y. I ' mofkssoi; TI m:y Conrlics . . I ' . (. ' i; Ml;|.l (; i;. |.;, KLMi.WK AUieiiaeiiiii Literarv Soeietv Officers H. L. I)A!MM Pirsiclcnt I. ' . E. l- ' ruANK Tiri ' President v.. U. .hiws os . Secretary V. W. M icAiiifM Treasurer Illdll PdTTi:!! ( ' ritle Winter Term n. K. lu ' BAXK President T. Ft. Ii A M i:y Vice President (iicoiidK V ' l iiiH Secretary v.. ' SI. I) WIS Treasurer Amos 1 ' !.ti:i;s. . Critic Ii. I,. |) ' : i " Spigennt-al-Arms Sprinii Term 1 1 re 1 1 I ' l I r ' I ' KI! J ' residrii I I!. M. TiiiKY. ... Vice President E. .7. rcKiXKEY Secretary V. I 1 )A T Treasurer J S. Iloi ' i-M w ( ' rili - Ii. v.. ICi ' !! K Scrgeanl-al-.lruis Rusk I itcrarv Societv Officers K. E. ( ' APKiis Pirsiilnil . T. Kur.ETT Virr J ' rrsiilnil R. E. SeaGT.KR ' r(r( ' liirii W. p. ANniilisoN Tri ' iisiircr K. T. Ei.KM 1 i; Cri ir M ' lutpr Ti-i-ni (.. C. (ioi ' l) I ' n ' siilnii I ' . I). Stam I ' s- ' irc Pirsic ciit li. W. Stodiiar!) Secretary W. V. A l)i:i ' s ' ) Treaxurrr It . ' I ' , l- ' l KlIlNti CiUii- Spriiia T.riii K. E. Sk volku I ' rrsidrnl E. r. .McN ' woE Vice Prrniileiil W. ' V. XKHUri ' T Serrrfari . v. A xDKiisox Tri ' iixurer i;. ' r. l- ' i EIIINTJ Crllii- £ £.?- Krackeiiriclge Hall Coiiiniittee II. K. Skay Irininl W. A. DaiiTKi; Issl -hml SfnninJ Ji:fp D. Sti so I ' rrsulciif li. v.. Si: (ii !:i; Srcrfhiri .1. V. ( ' M.iiory Fiicalhi SupiTrixor Execu(ive Coiiiiiiiiipe l-] i;r. lliiMiV n vKI •s SrAuisROUGU 1?. E. Seagler W . v.. Anderson K. X. BfitKows 1 i;sir r.T. T? : isnT:T,T. Sa.m K I i I V . i; ni.i! K ii;i r rijiiK Men ' s Dining Clnb I.Mp liral l i-i ar«ii (). II. Tali.ky J ' n ' siiJrnt 1 . S. SUTTOX ' iic I ' nsiiJi ' iil AV. F. McCuETGHT ' i ' rnhir -Trr,isiin ' r Kxeciitivo Coiuiiiittec 0. TT. TALLiiY V. y. rcCi. ' KTfnrT T. ( ' . rcCoRMicK Aiiclitiiii Coiiiiiiitfoe X. J. .lixKixs T{. S. Sl ' ttok Order CoiiiiiiiHee ( ' aim. M( (iiini- V. .1. .IixKiNs B. K A r(.n ToMiies L.{i v Societv Officers Firs T or in D win Jr. PiCTor: Prrsidcnt . ' r.u;Tix QcAiD crntiifij-Tn-nsurpr Set ' oiiil Term (ils K(, l SKI I ' rcsulrill. T. II i; V( " )ii Staty Scfri ' liirij- ' l ' misi rrr TliirtI l eriii K. K. Kii; NK I ' rrshlfiil ITkkmax I ' ii ' KIn Srcnl ' iri ' Trriixiirrr AI Miihers A. S. Doiiii W. I ' . IIrT( iiKsox II. C, I ' li ' Kiv J. h. Dooi.KV .l()ii .Ia.mks M. ()i Mil f. l;. F D V. HI)S (;. I. KoW.M.SKI S. ' I ' . I. ' dl.li li ' . I ' " . Im li.V.VK .1. I.. I.MvCOMI! ' I ' . II. ST ( .1. II. l- ' .wi:i 1. .1. II. Ml l ' i,i;i.i.AM) I,. C. St i.iiN(is !■:. !•:. Im-!iii;u C. ( ' . .McKinnky I ' .. W. ' l ' [[; : v.. I.. Fri.To.N D. il. I ' lCTON ' [ ' . S. Tm.iai i;i;i;o A ' . ' ). (,K(ls,s T. I ' . I ' lllCK W . ( ' . TlhlMPSON ■ I ( K ll()iiKi:i! (;i:(i. I ' di K W. .1. ■rmii) II ! ' .. IImi-stox .1. V. J ' owKi.i. Mc ' Laiiriii La v Socletv Officers Kail Term C. (). 1?ATi;:.iAy l ' nsi,lrnl ( ' , K. r.n.i.AUD T-,Vv I ' reshlnil ( ' . If. Wilson- Cln-l- ,if llir Court Wiitlor Term E. L. Tiroirpsox President ' V. ILvHTj Vice President H- H. IflMiT Clcrl- of thr Court Sprina Tenn C. M. ( ' Ai.DWEr.L rrcslilnit i- ' ! ' • I ' .r, CK -irr i ' rrsiih ' ul • ' . 11. I5 r ' ;ii Clrr ,- of the Court Ilildohraiid Lii v Societv Officers Kail Term L. T). .T0IINS0 I ' rrsidiill A. : 1. 0 -.SLEY Vice I ' residcnt li. F. SiMCXC ' Ki; Si ' ircfari Winter Term 11. 11. WcoI.FOLK I ' rrsiJnil S. A. L. iloRfjw I ' lVr I ' rc.ndcnt J. D. McC ' OMB Srcrelanj Spriiiii Term Ti. F. SiTN-CKK. Ji{ I ' ri ' mdcnt T. 11. Dowx.s Mcr President . . L. l)i:viL ri-rcfanj ' I ' lie iiii ' !iil)i ' r.-;liii consir:!-; of tu ' eiily-i ' iuht ;n-livi ' ;mcl i ' nlliiisi:i tic Junior Tjiiws. sninc of wlioiii are graiiuates of otiier eolU ' cs and luo. ' t of whom lia i ' hail considiTable hnsincss experience before entering the Univer. iiy. The society lia aUo an able and elTicieiid S ' i|irenie Court coni])o?ed of Senior La v.s Tlnrt, Mays and Scarhronah. The bn inesf; of the Sf)cicty i- cond.iu-led in a inannci- similar to that of onr Stat " trilmnais. All ca.-Je.s oiauinau- in llic society, mid llmsc appealed arc i-arri ' ' d fo tlie .Suoi-cme Cnuil I ' oi- liiial adjudication. S]dciidi:l prourcss has marked the dlnris of tlie mcmhers for the fall anil winter torms, eons ' derahie interest being manifest at eacli meeting;-, and niach uood arising from practical experience gained at each meeting. ■Xnotbei- entertaining and iiistrncti e feature is the addresses delivered by promiiu ' ni jadges and attorneys. Arrangements have been made for special addresses during the spring term. 27g Howeth S|iciui-r Morauii ,-av T AlliUiv llollillK-Mvonli Bevil Cockf CallaKhiT " Killoiisli Hi-nry McKee farr Hurt I[il(iehr;iiicl Woolfolk McCoiiil. CiiM ' iiiaiiia ( ffi First Term F. W. GiiAiF Dr. E. r. SciKKii... Vm. Trexckmann . . . Cakl RixGr H. V. LFOX.UiDS V. 8. RkaXDEN ' BEKUII! Dn. J. L Klehxe... If. T{. KVEllXF A. TJoirnKRG Second Term J ' li-slilciif ]I. W. Leonahds . . . fonornri I ' ros ' ulrnt W. . . TifEXCKxrAXX Vicc-i ' irsidi ' iil A. Romp.ekg tSrrrcinri W. S. Braxdexbeegeu .( ' iirrrsporuliiHi Srrrflarii V. r. TRi: CKiiAXN Librarian F. V. Graff ( ' rlllr l)i;. .1. M, KuEHXE Tn-asiiri ' r II. . Kuetixe ' ' crfjriinl-dl-Ariiis F. W. (Iv.wv Active Meiiihers ' , S. Hi; iii: r.i;i:(iK !•:. M. I ' .nt.i W. . . Fki.sixg F. W. (;i!AFF Pafl Hilker F. Kuehxe IF. i;. KrKiiNi; I III. .1. : I. Kri:ii F. n. ' . Leoxards V. Iv Metzexthix ( y. niT.LER Dr. S. PRniER .V. I ' OMBICRG ( ' aim. Ii ' i i;i: l»i;. I-]. 1 ' . S(-iiotii E. L. SCIIO.STAG K. A. Stcdhalter ( ' . i;. Tips Vm. ■| ' i;i: ck:maxn Passive Members ilAX BlTKLER W. EUDOLPH ( ' . F. TtlMPEL W. A. Trkxckmaxx Mils. W. . . TiM ' XCKirAXX K. W. WiXKi.Ki; ' ' it (15ro65StaDtluft " Fi ' ( ' . ( iited hv Gernianiii in . ustin. .Inmi.irv Moih; cu- Braxmfcls;, Feb- nuirv 1; San Antonio, Febnini-v ? ; ( ' niiirn.ft. Fclii-ii;ir . ' 1. anil Frpdericksburs:. Feiiriiarv 4. Mcnibor-s of (lie cast: ' i S( ' s Inna Ficli and Gciirndc Tjconard.-; : " Mospiv. E. L. Sfbosta?. Carl T?un.i;-o, Q. V. MiUvr. If. A. Siudhall.T. Win. ' I ' n-nck- niann an(i H. W. Leonards. Coachps: Dr. S. Primer. Ir.-;. W. . ' rviMirkiiiann and .Ma.x l ieklcr Chaperon: ' Mi s Tfoloiu ' Bastian. JIanaffer: Tf, W, I.ie(,)nards. Aslihel Li (M arv S()ci tv ill INSh.) Officers Miss Maky Mobi-ky President Miss Julia Coopei? " n ■ rnsidrnt Miss Alda Barber rcri ' luri Miss Viroinia L!nsro:MR ' I ' l-id. omr Misses Aii.i:i:x Sikks. Maky Bite mi Wnnlfus Second Term Miss Lon-i; I ' iiikins rrcsuhul Miss JIattm: (liM rii " n - I ' l-rsii riil Miss Ailhex Sikus " I ' cnlnnj Miss Mahy Batts Tmisurcr Misses Mary lor.i.i- v. (iifAii: Byiivk ir. r- ' ; x Miss Julia Tootkr I ' nsuhiil Miss Belle Porter T ' ' ' ' I ' rc iidoil ,(l s LlLlilK B!!i;rKK Scrrrliiri Miss LrnT Wkli n Trcnsiircr Mlsses K tiileex orxo. Fwmi-: ! ' khsto Wnrtlms Afiss Ai.iiA r. Kr.F,R ||S M i IJatts IlSS W ' lNIKRll) r.dSCIM- Miss LiMiiiio BRi;ii:i; Miss Mary Broad Miss CtUack Byrne Miss Bessik Cociii w Miss Juli ( ' ii(in:i; Miss Ma-i ' ti:-: (Joim ii Miss Mar.miiiii: .1 i; is Miss Jean .Ichix frss YlR(-|NI j I ' SI ' OMH Miss T?eba Masteksox Miss Georgia Maverick Miss Mary Moiu.ey Miss Louise I ' erkins Miss Bess FirKixs Miss Belle I ' dKii i; Muss Faxxik 1 ' i;i I(i Miss Aji.i:k Siki:s Miss Fra (| W i.ij:i; l riss Lui.r i:i.i Miss Lywi; Wmni-x Iiss Katiilii;n Younc; ri f o H Byrne Cooper Preston Young Lipsionib Aden Bosche Walker Moliley Mii. ' -lerson « f« C««f» Maveriek Baits riikes .lolm Wooten Barber I ' ortcr Wells i ' erkins Brei Sidnev I aiiitM Sof i fv Offirors Miss Ivathlkev Coui.ky President Miss Grack Loyg Yin ' President Miss YiitcuMA liicDFoin) " nrrlun Miss Lohim: IIiccixno ' niATM 7 ' n ' asiirer Miss Kaajonv J dokwai.tki; Ser( riiiil-iil-. riiis Iloiioniry Moinliers lii- . IIkikn " I. Kii. ' iiv ; lrss Ai.ici-: III i:i ' .ai;i ilifs. W. L. I ' ifATMKi; Irss AcNT.s Kiiiki and ilr.s. J. I). S. Yi.i;s ilrss KdHKiriA Lavi: |)i:r ] [iss .Ikssik AxDiiKws iliss MArm: Smjtii Miss LiiiA Casis : 1iss Loi isi: Wkkiiit iliis. Lkoxthas I ' xE MfiiiherN Miss Ethel Barkon Miss Et.izauktii .Iitjax Miss Viegixia RicDroRn Miss Lucii.k Ijaw Miss T?aai(i I ' .ikikwalter Miss Elaine Luavis Miss .Iessii- lii irs Miss Grace Loxn Miss Mary RREiiDEK Miss Xiy l,i ( s Miss Eobbie CARMA r Miss GEin m m. Md ' i;iv Miss AiAA ( ' ARurTii Miss Ddimhii Xyi-: A .Mrss K Tin.Ei;x Coim.ky Miss Kw 1 ' i:i:i!i:xi)T • Miss Ai.ici; Ddcci.as Iiss Id in K ' wdi.i-: Miss ( ' ai;i;ii: ( idi.niii ' .cK .Miss CiililsrixK Sciiott Miss I ' jirrii IImiki- Miss Bessii: Swwx llss IJl-l ' ll Il l; ()(i|. i riSS AXXII: ' I ' lKiMAS ] Iiss LoiMXi-: II iiii;i MuiTiiAM Miss M r,i:i. atsox Miss M ai;(;ai;i;i ii.i.iaais Reagan Literary Society Officers Fall Term Iiss A ' lcTOiiiXE Fii ' I.I) Prcsidciil Miss Georgia TIobixson Yin ' rrcsidcnt Miss Irenp: Bogaud SrcreUinj Miss Le a Roga.v Treasurer Jfiss LuciLK Bell Critic Miss Cajiii.i.k Williams , Scn niiit-nl-Arms M ' inler Term Ml ss li ' EiiECCA SwiTZi-i; President Miss Lois Spe es Vice President Miss Mildred Weeks Secretary Miss Kachael Dogoett Treasurer Miss Hilda N ' ormax Critic Miss Ym TdinXF FIFLIV Serj ninl-dt-Aniis Spring Term Miss Julia Xott J ' residciit Miss Lucile Bell Vice President Miss Maky Lou I?oga. Secretary Miss Lucile Morley Tn ' asurer Mlss Hilda A ' ormax ( ' rilic Miss Rehecta Su ' itzei; Serf ciiiil-iil-. nii t Ilimorary Meiiiliers .Ml;s. riil.MlOK i rRS. B-VSKEIiVILL M iS. (iKIFFITIl .Mil ' s. WoKRELL Mi;s. OsTltWDKK MemberH Mis.i Lrcii.H Hell JIiss 1 ' ;sti:li,i: Ki.irri ' Miss Li;- Kogax Miss Ihe.vi: Bogari) JIiss Alici: Lanf Miss ATary Lou Koclw JFiss r. i, ' (;uKRiTE Cai.ffi: ifiss . a M v Miss Lors Simcars ] Iiss Lisiii- ( ' i.Axcv ATiss Lrcii.E l()l;l.!: Miss Oi.lii: S-nivn ' ox Miss M aih ( ' mitledgk Miss Hilda Nokwivv Miss Iii-:i;i;c(a .Switzer ] Iiss I ' aciiali. Doggett Miss Jriiv Xori- Miss MiLi)iii:i) Wkkks Miss Helen Harrison Miss .h i.i l ' i;rn ni it Miss Marion Weeks Mls- A ' dtorine Field " Miss Mai;y Udp.ixson Miss Camii.lk Williams Miss (iFiiKGi li ' di ' .i xsoN Pioriaii Lherarv Soeietv iliss .MakgcjKritk Hi;i kli I ' rrshlnit iliss Elicaxor I-Tkxiii:i. ' ,so. Vuf J ' ri ' iilrnt Mi.ss Edna Hindi-: ' ,crc1 tni Mi s Anna Mvr. ' ..v. Tiinsun-r r Iiss WiNxiK Hi ' NDi:i; ' ii Cniir Miss Sar.mi liAKii; I inlUiir Miss I ' j.i ' Aiurni ' V Ai.KKK " t ' lr i-mil-fil-Anns: Miss Altcilll-: Vv.vn ' Ilislininn s. Laic 1 1 iil, n;ix s. Sidni:y E. Mi:zi-;s s. I ' Kiici ' y . l ' ]:NNYi!ArKi:i; S. .1. I ' . l ' A|-| ' i;|{snN 1)H. I . IT. (llllFFIin Dli. KiLLIs ( ' AMl ' I ' .ll.l. T)i!. Etiiki. i; riii:i; Il;s. M Y, ' (l SilAHT .Mi:s. ( ' . C. I ' iMcK Cechle Hiisek Mikeska Moridrik Koiiciky Mikeska Krenek Chernosky Cliernosky Breuer Breucr Violin Cluh Gillespie Doggett Miller Baniliart Brodbeiit Vinson Spears Sihlt-y Willianis Wnglit Uiiiv(M si v Hand W. S. Ill-WTCITT, Diivctc F!xc ' ii(ive ( iiiiiiiitfee A. ( ' . HniTMAx W. S llrwKi IT r. K. , A. :l•:s() ■ ' ' . !■. I ' m mi:i; !■;. 1 ' . Scikh ii. Treasurer I ' .. M. i,L M)ii; ( ' . (;. I ' AL.Mi:ii A. ( ' . IIiii-i-.max .1. l i:iiKi s • I- II liniii.KXDEK A, II. II i:iizi i:ii (). K. JArsiiiXG II. :. llMI.KV W. . . lllWK ITT (;. V. St (V Troiiil ( iioH (;. I». MrxsKi.i, W. i;. M,( ri.i.(ii-(;ii II. I ' . I. ' iuns T. i;. K ' wiKV Ahos II. L. Biirri-: C I.. Makitx I, ' . I.wvther Piccolos L. (i ' kaii v. i Fii Fixk ISasses V. Lkuitfoot II. II. L(iit,- ii Sjixoplioiic K. . . ' IDEN U,,rUi ui- M i;, .i Mi:s()x DniiriN r. J.. i ' .w i;. 1 ' .. siiAw 284 Y. M. C. A, R. T. Welsox President Vk F. Sjeith ....... Vice President M. .1. Pkrkin ' s " ircretary I ' . (I. Lowe Treasurer Miss Cover Pianist C. A. Matthews Chorister J. R. Beal A. H. Bkaden E. W. BmcHAN fr. ' ' . BUINDLEY II. L. Brown ]■:. H. ]5URSEY 1 0Y Bl ' ttery G. v. CAJirBELL Miss Cover P. L. Chain I ' . II. Crockett T. M. Dobbins W. D. Fi.i.n.LEN C. F. Fowi.KR J. E. Green Y. R. Hurst G. C. KrxDLEY- W. X. I IPSC01IB P. Ti. Lowe 11. Ml KlXKEY J. A. Xeeley F. H. Xewton E. ir. Xewton- " SI. .1. Perkins C. W. Raitzch J. R. Reynolds S. C. IiIClTARDSOX G. y. siiAw B. F. SiiiTii A. J. Streit J. J. Tkrrii.i. R. Tj. ' ixY. Rr) .1. ' . W ' liicniT F. . . ' orxr; C. F. YOING 28? Y. M. C. A. i,i.T Brush Daniel Ramscli-ll Grambling Stockard Kellersbcrger Fischer McNeill Heinsohn .Siriilli Balemaii Officers PJiMlWii Hkin diix Prcslrlnil v.. Sydxly Smith I ' ' ' - ' I ' nsiilnif G. ( ). l ' ATi;.MAN ' Srrn liiri ¥.. i. Ki i,i.i ' i!snKi;(i!-:!- ' rmisiirrr C. C. jrcXEH.i (ii iivnil Sccrdnrii Cliii!rinaii of CoiniiiiHees A. R. Gr :mbt,txg ? ' ' ' ' ' ' Shirli L. Y. Stock Aun Mission Slii hi G. H. Btu-SH I ' r,iclin,l Nrrd. ' J. W. DaxIFL I!rli( li,lis {nlings E. E. Fl CIlEK ]lrnihrrsli!p E. " R. TvTiLLERSBKPOEK F illlUlcr A. W. YorxG iiiiiiinic(iitrnt M. A. l{ :irsi F.T.L Sncuil Hoard of Directors Pit. V. ' I ' . : rATiii:!t Jrnci: .1. C ' l ' o xi:s Mi:. A. .1. l-Ji.Kus Di;. W. .1 ?. rii.i: Mu. ( ' . Y. WM.iixc : !i;. V. II. Foi.rs Dl;. I I. . . I ' lAICK Afli. r. . l. .SCAUIUJOUGII Y. W. C. A. Miss ( ' . !n.i.K W M.I I A MS l rrxident Miss .MattiI ' ; (iiiocii Vice I ' rcsident Miss WixiFiii:i) I ' dsch;: Ocncrai Secretary Mtss .Tkssie Rr ' i " i ' s Scrrefari iliss Ldinv; Hi ' iinxi ' .iirir AM Trcasun ' r Cliainiioii of ( oiiiiiiittcps Miss Lorisi: I ' i:i;kivs M i siomiri Miss 1- ' i; kii: Cd ' Hiiw Bible Stiidi Miss I.AriiA Ij:l " i 1 1: S. iri ' ii ]{eiiibershi[) Mi.ss M AKY Moni.KY Social Miss Edleicn 1!i: ' ;(! Social Miss 5Iai;v Sn:i:ii I ' rarHrnl Needs Miss C ' haui.dt ' i-i-; ' ivso luterrolJeqiate. Miss MAiiGri;i!iTK C " i.ri:i- Finance Miss Mattie Gooch Heligiom ?S8 Final Ball Coiiiiiiittoe MiKK Ilo,;.: M. i-;. . I(i Ti:rni Snjicn-i. nrii Cli T. .1. IIi: IM: C nilnii ni A rmiir riiiriil li. ( ' . ' iiiiri ' ii CliiiiriiKiii Fiiiiniri ' ' . W. TavM)!; Cliiiiniiiiii Unciil ' dii V. i;. li. Sii AW I ' InnniKiii rrii; ntiii v. 15. (;ai;i!i:ti- ( ' Iniiniiiiii Dfcnrntinii ] . KffiKLKV Chiiininiii h ' lfrrsliiiiciil .1. MovTcojuaiV Clniininni Musi,- V- S. I ' .uYl.Ks ( hinninni Fhn.r l;. K. IIawav ChainiKiii !iirll ' ill„i, ( ' S. I ' kiimns Cliainmni Miniiui o o Anglers fl ' ' T W - -fl JIcLeort Clinton Brown Handle Lewis Farrell liuggle- Maverick Mattingly Sutton 1 Irani f? f «r f ff f Cardcn Preston Finley Johnson Canliel.l Broad Webb .Johnson Yonns Thornton Wooten Cardeii Geruia ii ( liih Officers Firs T eriii Cri.TK K M. IiDSSlOl! I ' rrsiili ' llf Li:i;oY Hamilton Yicv I ' ns ' ulrut .1 . H . ScAREROUOJI S(;-rci ' irij-Tr( ' (i- urcr Directors lAsdx Poi.LAi ' j) ( ' . S. I ' i;i;ki s TvAxiioN Cri-U ' M PoiMi:i; Holland . ' r Smith 1» l IIlgjis Soioiul T. rill ( ) LTO A liAISTIIONG I ' ri ' siisni I ( ' has. Tll ' S I ' irr I ' rrsiiinii, John Aisniiy , Scrrclarii-Trcasnrer f IHroflorN ' I ' . S. IIi; iii:iiS() ' . W " . ' I ' aylo!! v.. [j. l ' ' ri.T()X l.i i;ci I ' latti;I! . v.. IIaiidwickl I,. C. Hill Goriiiaii ( Iiih Fresliiiiaii Reception T. V. Ai;( Mi li Pirslilt ' iil Miss TllATCIIKK Virr PrrsvJrnl Miss Graho ' .v mr dri! Ciiiiiiuitloe (i. ir. ]il.Yi:ii E.i-rniUrr .IlM li ' l ' " ■.(■in FiiKiiicc IIkxiiy Hxm I Irniiincinriil Wii.i, l ' lll: v pi iitnilidii Wl 1,1, FosTFi; I ' ri)i nnii R. Swio. i!T (:i: Hcfnsli ninil WaLTKI; ni ' KXKTT Invitdlidll .Miss ,ST(.(;kT()N Errrplioii ]v l .METT PkTEUS riiKJi- Oltl lllllll ' l II III lllllll ' l mil III illci mil III il In mil III il In mil mil In mil mil In- am mil In f ' ' : :; . ' " ' i Acadeinic Reception Will G. . ii ' i!r.Li I ' rrsidod CimiiiiiHoo r,. S. lldl ' I ' M W FiiKllirc ' I ' liM S. 11 i; liKl, ' S(i . .1 1; I rniiif riiii ' ii Zi:ki: W ii vii n.s Dnnniluiii IakioN .1. I.LVV Kiitrrlaiiniicitl Mai. ' siiai.i. a. I; 1n|ii:li rnHjriiui ' J ' dii A. Knicht. . I, ' i ' fre hiuciit J OE Booth K " vifntiaii iliss (IwAci: T.oxi; Rccciiiioit Cnfi ' ici; M. K ' osseu Floor TJJTtgiTteermg I e eptioii Tlie .c-.----.- THiiHKP at liiiK JnTui - tiui - a»K; uf ■fEtmiH-.. THhiir 4ilaiir.. iiumHiti jmm:; Wiiuii «jiufi?- ' ««wt- imii -HfiiBiiiii mmis- , £ Lh -HSite tHiiuv anwffflB liiim. Wmu my -liinHs- jj! jjiiH nnc Tirmjy hi .ouas — TI(r iiirm ntiii - " TR ' Suiditml ifnumfe — V.-» i.if nmiH wt mrmTlirr rpiliHinE XRVSS W Hk v. i Ss I ' TTiTi ianBW iinH- -arik. ffiff fiiuif -.»■ amiL. und imas oin inraift- (0€ rfiif iiiilitnT nflnnis-.. unti ttuie:; ' m tnnsHm ja ■riumiiu ' s- siiwuf ' .vr ' .imwh. !§ )tr Sr- :u ' WiErhiifV ianru-imwi 5me:. 5jirr :u -Hinmiir fcimi V inanifc. IFiTT I ' ll ' nmfe Tnmi lset mui raiic- imi; fhsHE 5ill -JSiStU TSI i JUffUr Itr ' 1.77111 " TI: tSK.. OEi ' -earciiu iiiit ' ;iiefjH- itf " iui- ooiiu-- -win. Uliii- !biarnr iif nii- •trie umu fan- ott m iif xse IF Tr isit - a ii vuD Ttt . :iiicfii ' nhims laair .ui- inirr ' .am " TTTnir- ITS- ' 32-.. innl ' iii ' -HTC eaaft- ic vjesl V mrin rinf ■avrr ' nTrrn i iir Tm- TTPrs- iff mmu TTVit- wiiHTiitcnnii iinius- Trnir tiuTi ■aiur mi it l »mi i Linii. iBiiE.. nmmufsrr ' BTOea- nmar lUE qr im ini Urn nm- Tauiiuss- ui tiiiHTiimiiss ninnr. Siiir u rlirril iin w in uh- - " hs-.. ir !?7MWfrs- or inn- )»cu-: oiiMsimu. ' ic iu wiDit " imii jifjntdiis. 5 !rr TiiTOMT -Sift 2Se lu •rnisr ' : Tji TTuminnfi sr ' » us- amtiTT- mirr: oil I adv on Hio Auto Seat Mll " . .1. lir Oh Lady on Wv ;uifn spat, Tn garb of silk niid gold, Willi wiiodon (liiid y at ymir J ' cet, Ili) ' . liigli and IVigid o ' er tlip slvcet ' ol • laiigiiiil licad ynii hold I All ! ' aid.tl(sp is your oliiscled faeo, Ti ' iip poised your lovely head : True- lij!es and shades your ganneuts trace 111 tiisti ' ful ]inr;i;oriy and grace, T ' l liiipd in ( ' cry tiircad.. TTo dniniily yn: ' y; i ' your eye?. Or lift your dcliciitc liand. Which soft in I ' lusli and cnsliinii lies; Oh Perfect Lady. Uk kv skies SiniiP down on wheic you stand. And yet T von(!pr, ' iipaili tliat dress " What innpi- life must ilii-iv. Does it in eultuie " s routine pass. So T ' rrect aud so colorless? Po y.iu ]:iii)ir that y u " re alii ? Coulii vou fee! Joy or rai ture wild? Or file wells of Sin-mwV .Xiglil? Could von inineinoes i-laso a cliihl. Or hriifg ti ' e slriek(ii luei ' c) mild? Lo vou kiKiw i1k!| hiIVs a ligiil ? I lo you keo v of s( nir one or onie fliinf For wlioni yoa ' d give up all, I ' ' en all your Fortune ' s pampering? Can vou laugli and l(il!, and vee|i and .sing? Or are voii pist a doll ? I know a tiirl willi ginwing cheeks. . )ul a glad herirl in ln ' r v;. s, Fnr she li-t- tn the ' oiee (if the Life that Speaki . nd in knowing and Inylng and doing seeks ' The riches of |)assing days. •SsS g||._j f;jfM4 .iS - ■ :r° " ' zsaagr 1 The Ai Peace Conference (Xot iieon,-( ' (l liy t ' lU ' Atliletic ( ' i)uiieil.) ri!»Il)HXT ilKZES. I)ka TowNnw PliOFESSOK TAYLdK All ili iiutcs si ' ltlril ill n perti-calilo innniier. SiilV (l " ' unsit vaults fur liaiinoi ' r:. " A s(|iiar( ' (leal fiii- all. " Waiilcil: A |tlai-c on tlic team. - ( ' (irimic fal Soiiu Hit Lovors of musiL-al coinoily .-liiiiilil uei tilt ' liitost snn.2 liit from the X ' arsity year. Hlarrino- J. T. I ' attcr oii. " POPITLARITY " lusie liv ' I ' liiv l]il ai-(ls. r.nnk liv M,( ;.■(•. Oiu ' Mistake ' Flic piiiitoirraplier liaiided us tlic picture It a|iiicai ' e l to Ix ' all ripl ' .t. Knirravcr ' s inoof showed tliat the pietuie was nf the I ' hi (iam Chapter. Query: A ' as the joke on us, on tlie IJusk. on the ])lioto!rraiihers. or on the Phi Gams: ' A reward of l.OO and costs I ' or the lie, t answer. H At hi-t a politician surt ' eitec See Mark .M Ciee I-le Wanted: A few oidiimers. — T. I yrn( 307 College Life Tlie college girl Ikk- I. -is to di.. She stmlie? luird iiiiil iiinki ' ,- ri-inids The wIh.Ic i1;i ' .DUiS shr ' s (111 M tear. Always woiuici-iiij; ' wluit lo vv ai ' . Or else, oil girls, I ' ve siieli a crush, Tlie Gamma Ates gave him a rush. ? o v hasn ' t he jusi lovely eyes And srijeiidid taste in cl.oosing ties. Ti.en soon •]],• wears a frat jiin. smal Tliinks she can make the tiiial hall: A month — the ease is cd ' the past. For college crushes nevei- last. too GL O 6 V Ti-ala for the girl noliticians. For their work while the campaign ' s hot. For their secret bickerings and tradings, . nd the inllueiiee tliev have not. m To tliost ' Seven IJrave JuiiiurM C.irter Tnis?,:.-! Cuhvell Tips Fleiiiing .AlcCdlluiii who for llip sake of ■!a s an.l ( ' . ' " i ' i ' s hravcil the dantri ' iv of the canici ' a ' ' k ' iis, tin ' s -jiai-e is rc-in ' c tfullv roservcil. SiijijKirt Vdui ' wives T. P. I ' rlcG. 1 -of. Tlilclcliiaiid: ' -ilr. Almi ' V. tell lis alimit llie next r-ase. " Abney: " Juilge, that was a case in which the phiintift ' was killud- You, GfoAe -.( 5i.- i ' A. i . Sinidi (in practice coiirl) : " .I ihIlic. I diilifl join iiiv wife in this deed. As Jud e Mf. Sees Us W ' liv (In jienple hiin . Iniri ! ' li . ilo (jii IsIkiw. 1 have seen sliicU-nts iirrv to a idass in the hiw depa rl menl. i!iit that was the excejitinn. an memory of baling anD class rusbcs; Cbe sooner forgotten tbe better. Beta Boston Club ITow woulil y.iii like to lie poimlnr? t ' irnar;inti ' ( ' rcf ii ' .ts. ( " iiiii|ilctr iii triict!nn in a ilcliu ' litl ' iil sjica ' t. I )iir ilaiu-c is all the rauc On n]ii)C ' r T ' liiv. Avo. Caiinod iniisie for instniction. IT. M. Potter. Chief Example. E. L. Eui.Tox, Assistant Chief Example. To thv ZHns Next winter when tlureV zero weather, Anil we ' re all here again ; lien we go calling all together, W ' r make this wish for then. If ynll ilnn ' t wisjl lis to forgrt. And gel niir ilatcs so nii iil. We lic ' g ef you In ha c liy lliea ' I ' lial jiiHii- (.1(1 fiii-nare lixeil. Wanted: A. new eyehrow jn ' iieil. — Adele Kjiperson 312 To My Friends I am HOW ciigaiiCfl in tlic cdltl drink luisincss. Owiiijito coniiK ' tition I trust VdU will patronize home industry. Peedouy lemonade a staple. GROVER iO(U). Pr..i rio(..r I iiies Wri ( ' ii Vhilc tlio Taxi Wjiiled at tlu ' Door oh. t ' oi- the wearv laniiimr nf a wait! Xel ready i|iiili ' ! irymi t.niils I hiek aniieM ' d? The (limes tliat niiii ' ht luPe hecli mi well elliMlnye Are gone ror " -ei- — and it waxes late. For Kent or Loan After June lo the following iiariiaiiis : Curtice Romspt M. K. Moiitoitii DoiiiiM DniKiiii Mike Hoiiii. elal. Heights, . " ) feet 7 to (i feet. Four to six years social ex- perience. Some slightly lamaj;ed. For tcrnw apply lo (MH so i.vi. . ;i;n ;y Sororltv Comer Our Latest Faddists Rnck to thp sininlr lilr. Arc v iii an advocate of the natural? W ' c (1(1 things just as the Greeks did them. " I tliiid: your i-ockthi-owing habits the greai.csl innoNaiion of the age. " — Gene Harris. Kanjia Alidia ' I ' lieta. Let the Good Work Continue Do you want a husliand? We guarantee results: have never lieen known to fa References: Past iierforniances : our six April we dings. T a]i|ia l a]i)iM ( i.iiiiina. Matrinmnial Prdiiiofer Are You Dissatisfied? Do V ' . ' U wihh ill join a faelinn? Places reserved foi ' any ojiinion: We furnish the iiiijuisiug parly. Sinx- In lie di ii|cd on any sulijecl. Tlie tinie of your life assure(l. I ' i Bela I ' hi. The Kadi 11 111 Clul) ( Fdiiiiilcil ill the riiivcrsity nl livvas m ISS:!.) Siz-z-z-z; Chapter Yell nobl)!( Co ' olilc, Fi.ulit innl S,|iiiil)l)k ' ! How cTvc like tlie 111(1)1? ttali ! T?nli ! I!nh ! Sis ' Bodiii Ali ! y[ ]j|. Viva, Sorreltop ! Flower Puppy Faciilty Member W. T. ratll(■ . Sdideiil Members J. y . Harris .Ir-k H- " ,!;,.!- .1. H. ImvcII S. r. JMi-llsli .1. ' J ' . (iniKi (clicrry) Cmw Hms. Viirsliy Coiisc-rvalory :: Harmony aiul N ' oicc Culture :: Stage Trainiiig INSTKl ' CTOKS R. M. Klebkhi; H..uirliiu-ck V( CiEO. Peelek Heuvi-nly Trnur KuY Hamilton Hunk Honk J. H. BrO WNLEE Bu.si ' V Buss AVould You Do Likewise? •Tiist out. Everything new. F. W. Oraff, T ' hi B. K. TMitor. ( ' ii ' ii|iilcr. etc. Tlirec more voliiines than the y.i ' W l ritaniiica. N i ,.„„„. , ,,,. - .Speeial ehajiters on ' a,.- The Mi.lnight Oil. . ilvantages of a (Ii-nc ilriiieaiinr. Everything hased on author ' s perstnial expericnee. J Foa SALE AT (:( .OI ' . .•« -t l;Jir(l:ii;ui ' oiiim-. " I " ' 1 ' ' ' " ' " ' ' ' n soariiiiLj over tlu ' Iicads of liis cla.-s in i;( ' nei ' iil litiTaliire. " Cmiiic and trip it. " — Dr. i ' .alllc at lli. ' I ' i I ' lii-.Mpha Delta I ' Jii danc-o. The Ah-lTiii Club lott ' t: Krv on Irving, tin,- wm-d nilJ conic. Chapter List T)i-. (iriffith I ' l-.il ' . Potts I ' r. ( ' apiplKdl Prof. Mill.M- riipcuiai wliilc and pramil Ihtwii. To Mr. Kri ' v Chori ' -;: Isn ' i lie the Iji ' -t ' nnkini. ' - niiiii ! " O.fO ' K " O- - Did tiio Civint niC ' ft anotliiT failure? A ' anl( il : . littlr I ' ncnnram ' nicnt. — K. K. (i. - Kxjiin ill 1 ' " l ' « I- le K :ii]i lic ' U-illi :il cigllt A. M. From Hu ' (.«»-lul. (. »v«»U ' (»li. Mr. Whitiicv. nur iii,csU(in ] vnH ' . ' I ' i M ii is liMid v(ii-l a (Icsiesr? Why liiive voii ifmii ' and rniiu ' (! the I ' lin Bv snoi ' inj;- ilic cnn " f (ieology I? To Proctor There hfiv(i hem no sorority scandals, Xo fights to the very last ditch: rolitic, Iiaven ' t l)eon lurid. Tlrcrc liJiMri licrii a l-.itcii. The football team was successful, The Imsehall team will be, too; ' i ' ' ve patched up our ti-ouiiles with Baylor, ' )] what are we cominu- to? At last thei-e appears a survivor Of the days that have faded from view. !N " ow isn ' t he raising the dickens? The atmosphere is blue. Ne v Books " Blushes. " — Owsley. ' ' Years of Waiting. ' " — Freshmen uiuler })an-hellenic rule. " A 3 ' lamiiio; Arrow. " — ' [ ' he Zeta in tlie red coat. " Perfect Men " — Lyndall Finley. " The Garden of Nuts. " — T " . Knohu. " A Clever V; of Swearini;-. " — Chernoskv. " A PiviiM. for ' Canuins Peaclies— Six Dates a Week. " Dr. Bailie. " Thai TTorrid ( Joose. " — . slihv. Ill lln ' Courtfs Criminal Docket. Stale of ' i ' exas -. IMii Kappa Psi. Defendants tried on the testimony of one Kaiser Vaguer. Offense charged is that of killing time. The defendants were convicted on the testimonv of one l?liino. and gave notice of appeal. State of ' [ ' cxas vs. Xeighhors. Atiempt to idimnit suicide. Defendant phad fraud on tl ' c part of Witness Kirkpatrick. lie also filed an infoiination against Cene Harris, charging him with carrving a gun. Court found for defendant. Again We ' .vill probiibly have In election!; in May Two cnnrlidato? more Fnnn t ' le Y. M. C. A. So The anti-greeks went out i)n( dny To corner tlio election : In ji; t one luonlh tlicy all caiiic li; Sjilii into many a faction. ' Tis Kver Tims The K. A. Politicians. J list to , ]iow what they eoiihl do ]n onr sprinu ' :iii(l tall clcctiiiii;;. Put thenisclxi ' s mit caiidiilalcs two. The first one was siicccssfid, ] ' ' or lie ran his cani|)aign throu;:h. lint the second is . ' till thinking or that dreadful -. ' O-. ' . The ! ' . .V. ' s po l] one their thuice. Geii l(Miiaii ( f I cMsure With stylish gavl , with powdered face, He aniliU .s with majestic gi ' ace: And he is social as they iret Whose friendliness is to a set; His voice is soft, his hands are, too, He never toiled a whole day through ; The money that he spends for shows — The folks at home know how it goes : His learning wIk ii lie lca -i ' s mir school. Is playing " hamls " and cards and pool: He has a i ry cidtured voice, And with his words is very choice (?) He ' s prompt, attentive, and polite. An adept within the arts Of wooing, winning maidens ' hearts With mock respect that makes a feint. Yet hides the virtue loving saint; Poor trouhled soul, perhaps he ' ll rest, When all the beauties he ' s caressed. S. Elever. Whispered Miles J. Br The prismirr iiionni ' il. nml ,-liiriMl in n ' tlcss sleep, ' I ' ill his IVtIevs iliillv chinked, hii-e, henw link Fi-iiiii iinkh ' S. wrists, and neek. in hdlls niik ih ' ep 111 vard-tlii(dv ,L;r:in;te walls. ' I ' wo merest eliiiiks Fur wiiidnws, inm-liaiTed : im ray of liiilit E r lilteied dinvn ii dec;, hehiw the .urdUlld. And only tac-nant air; ami hnlted liii ' lit The oaken door, with irin heatcn i-onnd : And mold and nitre eriistiiiL; tlner ami wall Of that fast dmi-eoii. ilark. and r n r. and small. The prisoner stirred, and whispered in his dreams: The sraoler coniinir down the pa -aire saw ITis litis nio e. in his lantern ' s murky heams. ' " I ' erhap- his Sicril. " ihouLzht : in curious awe lieiit o ' er the tiwsiii.i: ' . fettelc ' d form his head To hear, lie listened, tarlld. [lalcd. and then One inslant waited, and forc ia iled. And now — he ' s excr pale, and shrinks from men. With wild e es: he ne c ' r sleeps nor speaks. But flees and tlees, lookr- ever haek, and shrieks, When You Were in College W ' lii ' U (iii lliiiik soiuetinies of tlic other days And the things tliat have niaile you glad; When the worh! sninehow all dreary weighs, And the iiiockerv iioir is hut sad. t ' nii you t]iiid . as I think, of a dav in lay. With the -;iiicll 1)1 ' the gi-ei ' ii things sweet, or ii hoal and a river ami ripph ' s at play. And a Siiniciiiic in white on (he seat? How overllead smih ' d the Soulhei ' U skv And yon jusi di-il ' ti ' d along. And (rn ' rylhing liding. around and (Ui high, .And Life (lie harinonious song. Have you walked with a Sonnoni ' whiai |io|)|iics hicw, Raek in those hah oii da s. And ta!kcd of the h ' ssons (hal liodi of yon knrw, llon ' t von treasure tlic thonuhl alwavs? i (ho Houston Game ' Take it from me, " saiil Dr. lezcs the next clay lo a liieiid. " l was (juitii carried awav. " %i: Austin, Texas. -i ' igi " THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ORDER OF - -J ' ?l ' i2 A lA- DOLLARS J S ' J ' he check witli wliieli I ' liea l.riKed I ' elers. Dow ii With I3oss Politics " For V? Ami Olrice, " " tlui nl ' vdi-o. The barbs have I ' ought. (M- ' Jmiiulit thev fou.ulit : So were the men of R. llull lulil ; So were the ili;lclieiel( ' lit l;iiii;iit : So Mr. B(il: saii.u ' : bin abu-k. Now ]u ?t we choose a ncwci ' jilca •. Fill ' now to caucuses we an. For Hawkins Scai-bi-mii;ii, and Toi- Sea ' . All, vote)-, wiien tbc IcailiT ' s lins Speak unto you the w.w to pi. Do not reflect or stnn io tliink— Forward to the ballot — so. You will he pleased just tlicn to feel That all those standing rduiid can see You are the man wbn voted tbin For Hawkins Scai ' bi ' nuub, and for Seav. Rhvmes Vi(li ii l i ' hir ' s lliis may tv a cla -ic oilc, ri ' i-lin|is a alcnl inc. ( !■ pds-ilih a liiiicriik ; Al any rale, it ' .- line. llicii ' is a (liiii ni li ' iil iiaiMcd Harris. n is kiiDwii ri ' iiiii l-;i l ' a n Id I ' ai-is: Willi (iraldiical scImvih lies. 1 Ic makes I ' rcw " s s|iccilic.s. Most iilii(|iiil(iiis luimazr S. Ilaiais. II. ' A Question I ' llilidll I ' ici ' . Illlllllll flTC. A (li ' liiiii-ial ic sclidiil. iiii sec. Tuitiiiii I ' l ' cc. inilidii li-cc. Then wiiv tlic " i. ' in diiildina W Atlvicc itt Krosliiin ' ii ' Tis very well In speak plain fai-ts. li ' they i;el vnu wh.il xdu ' re at ' ti-r: But ' 1(1 Hdi liii n iheiii |ud-e i ' dr run. .Inst Id slii ' 11,1 slU ' lenr iaui htei ' . Our liluobouuets I ■ pun a I illie I he liinelidllllets daneeil. In Ihc Kaimy hrec e »( .May. .Xnd llie eanipns ' lieanly was enlianeed. . s llie ' iiddded iheii- heads in plav. . (i hlnehdilllels ndw Id celen I he day. ' i ' lie cainims is Sdwn in ura s; . ii(l tlie iriass is haled and seiil away. . ]iiMfit-fraiiiing: mass. Whv lake Ihis heaniy iVdiii diii ' si hl i Wliv plant niiedinelv irra.s.s? Why stall haled hav i ' litii tU. dit? The answer we will ])as,s. Tl 771 V iSF Refugees from Justice Owiiii;- 1o the ])r( ' ( ' iic( of lri ()])s in this State, tlip intent ami mcnilii ' r lii|i (if tlir oi ' traiiizat ion was carelessly suppressed. The Mlsor liiclurc slinws :i harii.-iLidii in a ilKiracliTi-lic pd c. It also sIk iiiK ' iliini:- 111 ' till ' ariiluiic laki n liv ]ui v who iliil not pay for thi ' ir ticki ' Is. Voir ilic ilrvil-niav-(:irc air. lelodramd Did you st ' i ' .huliic Mc. (iaylc ;iU(i Hrownloc in tlicii- tlirillinu Mrlinlraiii:! " ' I ' lu ' (Vmimuiiii-ntimi ? " " I ' ictiii ' i ' aliii t: ' li(i s tile clininx ' of tlie phiv. On the Line Club f McMiihcrship strictly iiniitcil to students of E(|nitv. Orijfinator and ori ' anizci-. Cnj. W. S. Sinddns. Tlif list of members has been carefully sii]ip] ' essed. Tic Seay, nmiicr. S,-nanl rumiMuMl nt m11 tinu ' H ,, .|,,,, i„llv ,H CliriM::;:- i n-.-iil . Vc aic un ' lo lilciisf .in,.,- llu ' Mir.Mvs nl ' our scvvmit- i.atrhcs np nlil -lUiivn ' ! . ' rcstiinoiiial TiH..-ookvnU..mnu.i.llu.l-sMu. .N.Tl.ul ,s IXlu ' is So« ' Is Two In.lirs at tlH ' inauu-unil IkiH. ;a, in -hair. a a .li-tanco. , ou .u r Uu. wal Pott.T I ' i ' - ' ' ' l » ' ' ' ' " - ' " ' ' " " ' " ' ! ' ■ l..wth..n. lau h. lh,.Mdutlu.M unlv.h-nr " We ,nav lu. ol,! .nauls. now la.,1 on a hc !.__ But llKU s ' muiM lu. i-nl oir. ont-i.l- l-v ' ts- ' H- A Tit ' ! A run We l)( ' i;- to aunoimcc Hint as wc went t(] pi ' css Rdwaii and Coli ' were (xarllv cNcii in tlu ' ii- iirrat lontcsl. Fur mue inuiitlis. v; i- had I ' mind at least, line new yirl a daw One littli ' suiter. In liini tlic sky was blue. Cole li ' cit a ( lie(d Iniin lionii ' . then there wefe two. Two little suitors — eoni|ietition " s free, Ilarilwieke rot a merman e()in|i. lln ' ii there wei ' e three. Three little suitors — another ' s at I lie dour. " Shoi-tv " took her to I he show, then there were lour. Foui- little suitors, see the rascals lhri e. Fnllon I ' ouiiil a lioo|i to juui|i. then then ' wen- live. Five littli ' silitol-s. see Ihelll do llieir t rieks. Now () sle hlusl ' e- h the Imur. which makes ihc nuinher si.x. Want ' d : One little date. Chi Oineira. F;iiin ' ? I ' aiiic IS su( li M ll.ctiiiu iliiii.i ' I ' lm " il iiiaki ' a luizx ; Ma l)( ' siiiiic ila ' I ' lilks will as Wild Dili- liaiaiiiin was. ii;s|(M 1Iai;m(i. : A new dish ai H. II N. I ' .. r lliink he ilcscrvrs llie |ia,i; ' . ' . . iiliiii-ii : li;ini; ' il. .iiinllicr rcciuii spoili ' il. » (ijivlc 1 r an atlilrli ' yoii woiilil sco. ' ruin ariiiiial ami ln(il al iiir. In the fall willi the l.all. I iiiakr till ' .liniii)is crci ' ii aial ii-awl And a l(iii(li(lo II villi iiii,i;lil ik ' II. ir my lilllc liamls jiisl tlion llail mil iiiaiK ' a liuiiro S Am! mv I ' .rt had aclc.l traii;lit. o Above is a iiicturc i ' Pililicr A. C. Lowivy. Il wMs laki ' ii ill llii ' |)s (lii ln-iial innniciil. .iusl a. llic crcili(l licniic liin ;•!( :ncil llir rem c. I ' nahlc t(i |iii-Hir " a .urin. we omillid llappyV I ' m-e. licst Stat ' (if ' I ' cxas. Ciiiiiity (if ' I ' lavis. Know a.ll iiicii li tl ' rsr |ii-iscnls. that we have ailopied tlie innltu -Rest " as a chapter i)y- v(ird. ami ha r eaii-ed the same in be phu-ed in many eon- spieiious places, thus ffivinw notice to the world. (Sijjned) Aljdia Deiti I ' hi. (iiveil on .laniiarv I ' l. I M I I . Feb.5 Tlu ' M sicrv 111 ' FH). 3. If ' Knoci it iS KNOCKED. Loiifsoiiie CItih Siali Chapter (nlnr: P.lup. Soii, r: ' ■Just a Wcarviiijj;. " [miliciv. v, 1, Carlnik iiiv P(•l■kill ;|lll A. R. Siiiitli l):i c I ' ictoii i;. M. Kl, li,.|- ]{uy King Tlio ()iiosti()ii Hox (All (iiicstimis niii t 111 ' ii. ' ■ (■ll in ilie rcnl iiniiic ami tlu ' alius of i] v scinlcr. l- ' iir |iri ati ' answers tiiclnsr a slanip. ) Dear Box: Will y iu please lie -n kind anil eheeri ' ul as tn tell nie liow lo become a irmid Lirat ' ter ' ; ' 1 liave lent; " « islied tn lieennie ae(|uaiiiled with ihat form of anui-eineni. C S. i ' crkins. alias Si. Si: We are not authority for this answei-. On inv(-ti, , ' atioii. we reeoni- mend that vi u smile at evervhody, shake everyliody " s hrnd. take advantaire of your oji]iorrunities. Si: On second thought, we reenninieiid ilia! ymi act in your natural nuuiner. Box. Dear Box : 1 appeal to ou en an impnrtant sulijert. I wnuld like fo know whom 1 shall lead the hall with. I am still iinileiided. KiKdosed find stamp. .Mike HofTir. alias (ius. ilike: In response to vour stamp, a confidential letter was sent you yes- terday. You will there find the answei-. Box. Dear Piox : Will vciu please si-nd uu ' a seliedule of . ustiii Imardiny houses. I wish to know li what I ' .ite to pay my hoai ' d hill. I ' almei- Iluteheson. I ' almer: You are too indefinite. Our sihedide is iiMali|-i li:eil. hence ton oluminou to publish here, if ynu will rurnish a samp ' e menu nr the loca- tion of x ' our boardinsr place we will forward thcde-ircd inloi-matinn. Box. Dear Box: We would liki ' very much in learn the higher ai ' l nf aetinir. Can y(in tell us where to lodk to iln this? Ilarris- ' rimndis. T!ari-i-- ' roiindis: We would ad ise that ymi see the presentation nf llic . shbel riay. D ' you still desire instruetinn. enme to the olliee. Box. Dear Box: Will you please tell me how to have my ( laim to the Wnman ' s Buildin r legally recognized? - ' oe Kstill. .loe: We refer to the maxim, " " see a lawver. " Box. OFFK lAL STATEMENT OF THE AUSTIN NATIONAL BANK AUSTIN, TEXAS AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS MARCH 7, 1911 UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures - - - - - FIGURES $1,863,940.64 22.249.00 U. S. Bonds and Premium - 454.000.00 Other Stocks and Bonds - 202.652.58 Cash, and due from banks, 1,487,529.91 Total - - - $4,032,372.13 LIABILITIES Capital Stock - - - - $ 300,000.00, Surplus and Profits - - - 365,076. 1 7 Circulation ----- 300,000.00 Reserved for Taxes - - - 6,262.29 Deposits ----- 3,061,033.67 WHAT THEY MEAN Money safely invested fur business purposes. Pleasant, convenient accommodation for our customers Government bonds to secure our bank notes in the hands of the people. High Grade Investments. Reserve fund and available ca.sh to meet the demands of our depositors. Investment (jf . ' stockholder. ' Hank notes with uur names on in tin- hands of the p,.npir. _ Mniuy .set aside to pay our 1910 Taxes. I ' rciiif that business men and women have faith in and approve of our methods. Total 1,032,372-13 M 1. W III 11, 1 N A 1 in CONSUMERS FUEL ICE CO. ' r WHITE AVERY, Proprietors ALABAMA AM) xM ALlvSTI ' LKiiNriE, COKI : l (OAI ., COAL BINS AND OFFICE: CORNER RED RIVER AND EAST 4TH STREETS STATK AliKNTS. WHOLKSA I.K A.M |{I:TAII,. |{|.A DOMKSTIC tH»AI,S KSMITII. ( 1 N N |- US ' AM» Only the Best Quality of Fuel Handled, Full Weight, Prompt Dell TERMS CASH. BOTH PHONES 473 very. Courteous Treatm ent ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! 1 CE !!! Al ' STIN, THXAS r " K-. SMITH ! WILCOX ( IS ( ONJiHKSS Avi: r AUSTIN CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES AM) GENTLEMEN ' S FURNISHING GOODS CORRECT AND EXCLUSIVE S I LES ARE OFEERED IN OUR DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS AND THE AS- SORTMENTS COVER THE WIDEST RANGE OF GOOD TASTE. :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: I ri.L i)i{i:ss AiM ' Ai!i:i. Our ilc ' paiiiiicnl .IcMitcil I,. |-; rriiTi ; Suits aiKlalltlu ' ic (|iii.-ilcs rfquircd ti. iiinkc man ' s ixcniiu; .-itlirc coinplctc is sliowini; the newest and . -111111. iritaiivc lylrs. :: :: :: SMITH WILCOX J Sccamc fh o cn all n ' lcht: Thet-i easi ' WANT ADS. WANTED: A degree and a tootli. R. M. Kleberg. WANTED: A prize ring. S i ma Chi. WANTED: A synonym for ()l) -i{)us. Slark Yoiiikj. WANTED: Information as to wliat tlie K. A. ' s ottered the A. D. Phi ' s. WANTED: A prominent man in school. Plil (innniin l),ll(i. WANTED: Optimism. Dnir Stinii . . WANTED: One Httle date. Chi ()m,ya. WAX ' I ' I-:]): . suecessor. Kliznl.efh Leflirieh. WANTED: A new force of niglit watclnnen to (Mifoi-cc v (Mght honr aw. M? ' .s ' . Kirby. ESTABLISHED 1847 JOHN HHK.MOND WII()IJ :SALK (iHOCHK IiiiporttM ' :iii l ISoMster of llioh (ir.ich- ( ofl ' cos I Oil. I !.-{ Kiisl Sixlli SI. AISTIN. Ti:. AS HOTEL SUTOR (i:i |{ hm;an BEST CAFE IN CITY g) Clean and Well X ' cntilatcd Rooms tLverylhinti; Up-to-Dalc .1. W. SIKMS I ' ropric tor jiimI Miiiiiii 4-i Eastman Kodaks Eastman Films Amateur Photo Supplies JORDAN 610 Congress Avenue AUSTIN. - TEXAS Kodak Finishing. Photo Enlarging. Post Cards 1 MAKK A Sri ' :t:iAI l Y OF .MAII, ORDKHS trijr tatr J ational IBauU of 3(u6ttn .I(.)HN H. ROBINSON. .Jh.. Phesident VALTI;H HI!I; |i iN I). VirE I esidext .1. (1. PAI..M. Cashier PIERRK BRKMONI), Assistant Cashier S .1 (iX K0I:NNERITZ. Assistant Cashier We invite you to join the large number of University students who find their relations with us satisfactory and agreeable. You are assured of courteous dependable service and general policies that have stood the test of time. l I R E C 1 () t S John Bremond John H. Robinson. Jr. J. G. Palm Walter Bremond Lewis Hancock Franz.Kuehne Franz Flset Pierre Bremond S. J. von Koennerltz OSCAR H()]5INS()N Cl()tlii(M ' iiiid FiiriiisluM ' TO 1 Coiigrt ' ss Ave Al ' STIN, TKXAS WANT ADS. WAXTi:i) WAXTEl) WANTED WANTED WANTED waxti:d WANTED v. xti:d Mnvv Rules. Womtni ' s liitildiiKj. Huiii;iiiil ' aiiil Ilnir Tonic. Dr. linlllv. .Viiti-lnt. lioh l)(tri(lsoii. .Vnother sul)j( ' ct tlmii I t ' oi ' coiivcr-.ntioii. I ' ollvr. A special tax. N. K. .! :r.s-. S()in( one to i;i ' ( a 7(). .huhj, Mcljnirin. All idea ol a sulijccl. ) ' o ikinii. A l)ct Ic|- ilisLiuise. Km hue. Bnaslln irH FOR TWENTY-FIVE EARS THE STANDARD J. E© MiusEC mom SU CC ESSOR TO 8TH AND CONGRESS AVENUE [PERSONALS " A |)()(ii- man that opprcssctli tlic poor is like a swccpini;- rain wliicli cavcth no fooil. " - -.S7(n( r Fiiicli. " With or willioiit a roliatc — a hook ' s a hook. " - The ( ' n-ap. " They say ' i H. lias hi ' ain t ' cx ' rr. " " Inipossihlc. Coiihl an ani;l( ' woi-ni ha ' i ' wati ' i- on ihr knee? " " He ontcriMl lor i-casons unknown- -possihiy just hi ' -ausr- prohahly icrausc father liclprd him make up his minil ahoiil same. " Mtis, llill. • ' I am no oiatoi ' as Hint us was: I only speak riuht on. " O. 11. Illnck. opyriRbt H.-lrI Sch.i(riif-r , ' ; Ma Varsity men of the South enjoy the style and service in HART SCHAFFNER MARX clothes. Business Suits, $20 to $40 || ' Full Dress Suits, jCJ5 and $50 You II find yours at Bowen Stebbins 620 Congress Ave. Nelson Davis Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS AUSTIN, : : : : : TEXAS The Stacy-Robbins Co. P. W. McFADDEN REAL ESTATE DRUGGIST General Insurance, Loans and Surety Bonds m 711 Coiimixs Ave. AISTIX, TEXAS TWO stores: UNIVERSITY DRUG STORE 2300 Guadalupe St UPTOWN DRUG STORE 1610 l.avacs St. CONDIT DAVIS HIGH GRADE DRY GOODS Drcssmakinfi; a Specially Also Leaders in Ladies ' Tailor-Made Suits and Heady-lo-Wear Ciaiinents of all kinds. 7 S Congress A ve. A US TIX. TEX A S AUSTIN :: :: :: TEXAS A. H. FITTING MANUFACTURER OF Greek Letter Frateriiitv •Ie velrv No. •■illi . I.ihtTly S(.. Italliiiiori-. M.l. I " ii. Ii.iv . ». _• IJ I,inl,. Sli.ii|. Si. MenioianduMi packaKG sent to ;iny fiatornity mcmbfi- tliroiiKh the S( trctai y of the clKiptcr Special lr.-ii;ns and .--timatcs furnished nii class pins, rings, nu dais. etc. When v«» iiiiikc your PHOTOGRAPHS yon iic ' ( Correct Style, Excellence and Satisfaction .IKNSIvN ' S STl DIO Three Essential Tactors I H in everx SCHGOLorCOLLEQE COURSE r Brains. Ambition, — — — r V ° lai ■It The cone shape for ease in writing and secure friction lock of cap, tlie pattntcd spoon feed for accurate ink supply, and the clip-cap to prevent l tss are some of the individual ipialities for the collejie success iH ' v ' of Waterman ' s Ideals. Also Safety and Self Filling. Ask your dealer. IJL Ij L. E. Waterman Co., 173 Broadway, New York f y N« " v IIoiiic of The zVinoi ' icaii Niif ioiial Itaiik in Austin, Texas V. S. (iOVHHNMK.NT DICI ' OSITnlll Capital Surplus and Profile Resources ■ $ J(}(I,(UH .( I) .U}ll.(HH).llll J,7llll,IHHI.(HI l J ITKS VOIII ACCOr.X ' T (;. W. UTTLFFIEl.n, RresiJenl H. A. WKOE, Vice-President R. C. ROBERDEAU, Vice-President (. ' . ' . RANDOLPH, Cashi er L. J. SCHNEIDER, Ass ' l Cashii W. Z. HAYES, Ass ' t Cashier LONE STAR ICE CO. Miiiiiit ' iictiiriTN iif PURE CRYSTAL ICE 1 KOM l)ISTILLi:i) WATKH KSTAIJLISHEl) 1 Ssr liOIII PIK IMS. J H! AUSTIN, TKXAS E HILL HILL si:i.i. FINE GROCERIES AT .MODKKATI-; I ' KH KS C. M. MILLER Doile- in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, White Lead, Varnishes, Window Glass and Painters ' Supplies AGENT Sherwin-Wiliams Paints K.sliiiiatcs .jii Painting. Vnpcv Haiisina;, and Cilaziii ' j; Cliccrfully I ' uinislicd Til C.iiiiress Av«-. AISTI . TKX AS PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY University, Family, Fralernity, Club and Student Patronage Solicited. Both Phones - - - 247 LAMBIE 4 FISHER (iKNKHAL The , ;: G. A. BAHN Jewc Irv OPTICAL store DIAMOND - ;f ' ' " COMPANY OpHrlan Moritz SiWer Ed. Allen Silvor k! AIKmi ' s HAHHia? SHOP CONTHACrrORS Liii-ii ' Work :i S|»«M ' i:il(y (Mti.c, lOS W.s( . ' .111 S(. Both Phones = = 586 A Hook Storo in Uie Uiiivorsity The place where students buy their books and stationery at lowest prices OnitifrGiti ' Co oprmtltir oclrtp Managkh ■ ( ' l.F.HK OFFICERS Prksidknt - - - C. 1). Hue - K. L. Wiinv. J. II. Mn K|.|.-.Y - II. V. He.vkdk !■ Clkkk - - - - Clkkk - - - - Cl.KHK - - - - D. S. Pkkkins H. C. .McJvKK . . I.. TnMMH. Scarhrougli ic Illcdi s A STORE OF FASHIONS A STORE OF SERVICE A STORE OF VALUE «» ErHT ' And above all A STORE OF QUALITY SCAKBKOUGH HICKS DEPARTMENT STORE r l-J-l l-Ki-IS-JO- " - ' , ' -- ' I (;(m;ir vsH Av«-iiii -. at (itli Street Al STIN, - TKXAS Excelsior Meat Market 105 West Sixth Street Old Phones 625 and 725, New 625 MALAVANSAS CO. Candies, Cigars, 1 obacco. Ice Cream, Fountain Drinks 420 Congress Avenue AU.STIN, 1 BX Deal ' Laiy. dun ' t ynu cry Faster lambs arc nn| .sn liiyh. Unast of Uunb and -aiic- ..f meal. Will sivc your dinner a i;ln y linl. Fnrty days of Holy last. Then crown of lamb for Easter repast — Les; of lamb is ever fine. But the rilis of land) ar. ' choice for mine. .luicy huub chops arc pii-tly good ttio. It uuiy be the stew is good enough for you. You buy a cut of lamb to roast. W ' c give the mint that you may l)oast. Maiy ' s lamb was (|uite a lease. The Excelsior lamb is sure to plea-e. lnil is free Sunday— Exc,.lsi..r Me.it M.-ukel. ELITE BARBER SHOP Corner Sixth and Congress, Basement UNDER VAN SMITH ' S DRUG STORK S. A. GLASER, Proprietor Citizens Bank Trust Company 519 Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas Come and See Our New Home The Popular Bank with the University Students No Account too Small to Receive Prompt Attention New Accounts Invited, and a Trial Requested WM. R. HAMBY, President F. G. SMITH, Vice-President CHESTER THRASHER, Cashier H. A. TURNER, Ass ' t Cashier JESSE FRENCH PIANO COMPANY MANUFACTURERS AND DISTRIBUTORS HIGH CLASS PIANOS 716 CONGRESS AVE., AUSTIN DALLAS AUSTIN SAN ANTONIO FORT WORTH Furniture If you need FURNITURE see me. Any kind of FURNITURE will be found in my Store. My prices are right. I will either sell or rent you anything in my line. I also store, pack, repair and ship fur- niture. Call on me before you furnish your room when you return next Year. A. C ELLIS 200-202 East Sixth St. AUSTIN, TEXAS George Iillor I ivcry aiitl Hoartliiii Slahlo T II K I " I N I ' ! ST I, n i II r 1. 1 I-: h y i n TIIK CITY ( jirri:ii « ' s in ( 4Miii(M ' t ion ! ( S-t2l() l :;is( FilHi Sd-rrr Ti:i.i:i ii »M-: no. j.-. Yorij iHAOi-: Mii.i. HI-; aimmsiu iait:i wA ;M :irs COXY (OHNiaj llisili (■i-:i(l CInx ' olatos, ' Ice Crojiiii, l ' iiiK-y ( ' ilkes and Koiintiiin Drinks l,iHli s I o ' re«iii Pnrlor in (;i iiiio( (i4 ii oi ' i ' osrrio nohthwkst cohnkh ok ca.mim s AISTIN, TI :XAS i ) TO OnitirrsitP Ijop Sportliiu (ioods PoiiiiJinls A S| rri;il(y 1!i N AltfiiliiMi (iivoii .Mail OnlorN H 1() : : I.iivara Sfr«M ' : : 1 ( I O V Print iiiji, l iijiraviiiji l iuhossiiio M A. Achilh s Al- Co. DEALERS IN (iroceries, M ' ood, Feed ANP Iii i ;it i »iis. I ' loiirjiiiis, Csilliiiu ( ards, AlllHMK-tMIKMlls, « ' •• C o 11 11 try Pro d ii c o lliai|i|ll;il1crs tor cxriythilii; lliiil is good to cat All work In li ii(- in our Nioro )• Homo I ' poplo S si « ' Ctuiiracfors Keep Voiir Money tti Home TOBINS " (7 ' .s guild to cut. ( ■(■ hare it " (iiiii •• ■ ( ■(• luire it. it ' s good to nil " 1 (Wli - (iuadaliipe Sts. IMiono :i! 1 Special Attcuticin given tci Krateriiilie and Sor.ii-ities Al STIN, TKXAS Austin Fantitoriuni MeyjT Miiielieii Hij h Art Tailor EAiiNEsrsrrDio General Photography Work and Kodak Finishing S))ccial allciitioii to Mail Onler lousiness ! IO ( ' oii rpNN AvrniK- We iiiiike siiils to M ' lei- aii l do i ' leiiii- iiiU and pressiiiji V r ( d 11 h 11 r i li ' s Jewelry, Silverware, and CaiI (Mass IS THE Newest, Prettiest and Most Seri ' ieeatile A I ' nll Line ..I ' Toilet Arliele,-, rnilireihe- and (•|nek REPAIRING .4 SPECIAI.TY SI(i :.,iiiir..NH Ave. AuHliu. T.-xjin We C,;ill for :iii l Deliver Work ItoMi IMiones . ' H 2 lOOl ( ' oiijiress Avenue MMMMMMMMMMMMM MMUMMMMIMMMMMMI NIXON-CLAY COMMERCIAL COLLEGE W IMI IM-t.l, -AI m m M - -x It «- m r l— ' T j ¥ A T If ' m m m m m m 1 m W Corner Ninth Street li and Congress Avenue m m I The School Largely Patron- I ized by University Students mmM MmMmmmmmmmmmmMmMmmm i a artpn (Elliott fil9r3. S artpn eiliott Cljt Ctltottg £Pahtv0 of latctures Sl4 Contyrcss afar. Slustin, lletas ENGRAVED CARDS C. G. WUKASCH CONFECTIONERY CANDIES. FRUITS, CIGARS. ICE CREAM FOUNTAIN DRINKS I.imclu ' s Served at All Hours 22I.S-22Z0 lu;uiullI|)C Sir.-.-!. - AfSTlN, TIOXAS Phone 1071 EMBOSSED STATIONER ' A. C. Baldwin 4 Sons 916 CONGRESS AVENUE 304 EAST SIXTH STREET J. A. JACKSON COLLATERAL BROKER Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, Siiverware, Musical In- struments, Clothing, Guns, Pistols, Ammunition, Sporting Goods, Etc. Great bargains in unredeemed pledges. Old Gold and Silver bought. Watches and Jewelry repaired. 619 Congress Ave., Austin, Texas McKean, Eilers Co. Wholesale Dry Goods, Notions and Furnishing Goods AISTIN, :: :: :: TEXAS ZIM ' S BARBER SHOP Ererythiug New and Up-to-date. Its a Beauty Skilled and Polite Barbers WE EARNESJ. ' ..Y SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE 920 Congress Avenue E. E. ZIMMERMAN, - Proprietor PALACE RARBER SHOP 806 CONGRESS AVE. WM. F wolf. Proprietor A U ST I N, TEX A S STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE SHOP SIX FIEST-Ci,ASS TONSORIAL ARTISTS BARBERS ' SUPPLIES HOT AND COLD BATHS TURKISH AND RUSSIAN BATH ' The Driskill •: ' « 1 J Trt -i ? Tlffll . T HE MOST COMiMODIOUS AND ATTRACTIVE HOTEL IN THE SOUTHWEST; BEST CUISINE, COMFORTABLE BEDS AND DILI- GENT ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE WANTS OF THE GUESTS. Special Attention Given to Fraternity Banquets AMERICAN PLAN Rates from $3.00 Up Pure Artesian Water Used Throughout An Up-to-Datr Laundry in Connection With the Hotel : : : ' : : : : : : f WESTON = ALTERNATING CURRENT PORTABLE AND SWnCHBOARD Ammeters and Voltmeters arc Absolutely Dead Beat. Extremely sensitive. Practically free from 1 em- perature Error. Their indications are practically independent of frequency and also of Wave form. ECLIPSE DIRECT CURRENT S WJTCHBOARD AMMETERS AND VOLTMETERS II 111- l ' :ir 111! II a ' iiirlic ivpcj a !• r mar; all v : cc lati-. V III IIIU-1-. All iralily a.lipcl for k lu-lal i .v .ii III. ell ii ' acif anil iiicv y tinislic.l. Al! of Ihi-si- II iiitN ;■«• excclk ' iit ill Ml ality hm low in i ri ( . |ioiii].-!uc ri ' iiar i s ttu ' si- an i our well i.nown sian WESTON ELECTRICAL INSTRUMiNT CO. New York Office. 114 Liberty St. NEWARK, N. J- Southern School Boo k Dep ository V l-c|il-i-si ' llt 1 Weill y-fivc of till ill Ihr I ' liilnl Sinlrs. II ' v ilo mil Ik will ,urt it till- iill .-iliil nlldW the ci- ' 1 r lia i ' rli li r ' .- Xcw Inlrili: (Iriii Did idiiaiw Write u fill ' spccia I:ii-l;i-i |iuI ve the 1 Is lest iliM-iiulil liii|i;il Dirliii |ilice.-i .-lllil ilishiiiL: hulises yiiu want ue iai . ami l.illle ■atald.us. V2:Z Main S i M ' f, DALLAS, ri : As THE SHOPPING CENTER OF DALLAS 53 Complete Stores under one Roof ,.- :- ;:,, j-ir ;K " " L.1 vs. v ' ' ' l? f ' ? «n. w£n. f--:f - Ca.O- ft ■( V ' K-- «fl " - TITCHE-GOETTINGER CO. - DEPARTMENT STORE- Out fitters for Both Sexes from Infancy to Old Age MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED DRAUGHON ' S Practical Business Colleges The World ' s Largest Business Training Institution Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Spanish, Etc. BIGGEST and BEST AUSTIN, TEXAS I A 1.1. AS. I I.XAS sr. i.ons, MO. .I. ( ' K,S(). , MISS. . ii:mphis. texn. . irsKO(!KE, OK. (OH ' MBIA. S. ( ' . THE BIG 52 Faducah. Ky. -Vtlanta. ( ' •■d. El Paso, Texas Fcirt Scott, Kan. Kllnxviljc. Tcllll. Italritfli. . . C. IJttlc Rock, Ark. Slircvcport, La. Flirt Smith, . rk. .Ia(•k nIlvill,■, Fla. Ua. ' hingt..!!. 1). C. Waco, Trxa.- i )ini.S()n. Texas Tcxarkana, Texas I ' oi-t Worth, Texas i:varisvill,., hul. Calve.-tnii. Texas San . iit(iniii, Texas -MnntsciiKTy. Ala. oklahciina City. Dk. Kansas City, Mo. SprinKlield. Mm. IKirsTO-X. TKX. A Tower of Thoroughness, A Pyramid of Progressiveness, A Monument of Genuine Merit, An Obelisk of Great Popularity i;i;si ' i. (. ()- . .SI i ' ,si-. . Ti. i. loi i). ri(). iiiedijioratcil, .S;i()(),()ll().(IO capital, I ' L ' ycais " success. Diploin;, fnini 1). I ' . I ' ,. C.IIim;,, fepreseiits ill liiisiiiess wh.at I laiAard ' s. V:ile ' s and ' I ' exas ' represent in liter.-ir cii-cles. POSITIONS SECURED OR MONEY REFUNDED I F A R N HiHikkeepin. , Hankiiiii. I ' ennianship. .Slnin hand, lUisim-ss I.eiier Wi-iiin . ( ' (iinineicial Law, Business l-linalisli. lUisiness . ritlmielic, .M()X1•; ■ H (T RY MAI I Ul iTir-kii if not salislied altei- c(,inpleliimi)i:nii;h(ili ' s Ildine-.Stndy Cniii-se hv .Mail. 1)||M,( i | .- i-Mied W rite Ti il) - i.ir |,rir, - ,,,, ||( )Mi: STI DV WIkmi the First (iaiiH IS Callod UK HKADY With the eeE] I-piHiD Score Book your record of each game is complete. Next week or next year, you can go over the closely contested games and follow the plays, or get the record of the indi- vidual players. Leaves can be taken out or inserted anywhere instantly. Put one in your pocket when you go to the game. Bound in genuine black Morocco At your dealers or direct from us for $1.50. " ou know the superiority of 1-P Stu- dent ' s Note Books. In all 1-P Loose Leave devices, this same superiority prevails. Irviiij4-Pin Mfa. Co. Kansas C ' hy, Mo. IP LofieLeaf SCOREbOM Central Bank Trust Co. Austin, Texas The non-interest bearing, and unsecured deposits of this bank are protected by the " Depositors Guaranty Fund " of the State of Texas : : : : : GEO. W. LITTt EFIELD, President J. H. DAVIS, Vice President II. PFAEFFLIN, Cashier .INO. C. ROSS, Asst. Castiier FOR YOU A Business Educatioi TOBY ' S Practical Business Colleges WACO, TEXAS NEW YORK CITY I ..orpocX. J C.i.ii.l $r (I.IIIIO.(IO .S. lu,.,I of Cnrr., ]?, , Fill). A.o. Dookkeoplne. Banklne. Sliorthanil, TypewrltInK Penmanship and Academic Dcp.irtments Free THE HIGH GRADE SCHOOLS cnto, catalogue FOR HIGH GRADE STUDENTS Any Tin-e SHOHTNAND BT MAIL a Spcclall C H " o " ' ' " ' " ll ' " tnlHIIf lbls Three Trial Lessons and A,1 nil Leller In Shorlh«ncl Aller Sri ComplelB Sft ot Books ' ' ' " ' " " Leston—IKVESIrGAIE BOOKKLEPING BY MAIL PERSONALS llciliiln ' l iniiHl 111. ' .-Imli ' iils cnlliii- hiiii ■•Tlic Old Man, " Inil lie ilivw ihc line ai •■An nl.l Man. " " I piiuicd out my r(iin|ilaint lictoiv him: 1 slniwcil l)cloiv him my inmlilr. " ' v, (.sxr,r Tdi lor. The Forum Printing Co. PRINTERS University Printini a Specialty OLD PHONP. 439 NEW PHONE 5S9 206 West Sixth Street The OT.IVER Standard Visible TypeM riter W-S:.i ROY A. 15ARBIS( H, A ont Austin, Texas Kodaks Photo Supplies Tabids Iliird ' s Kiiie StjiHoiiery JOHN E. KKLLKH Ladies ' and Men ' s SIIOKS STUD H NT TRADE SOLICITED Eraiili l) »LasliiiiiiH HO ' 2 Couiiress Ave. AT ST I.N. TKXAS HOW TO liKCOMi: POFl LAK I am become irresistible. Another session and I will be perfect. ::::::::: eo iiio lor iii« TOM .VRCIIER y I lodei Oteam aund aunar The Sfiicl Mi I iuiiiclry PIIONHS 6S5 1504 £avaca Street CJ ustin, vJcTcas ENOTINGSOrmniGHtST aUALITY THE VERY BEST A.ZEESE ENGKVVING CO. DALLAS TEXAS ESTABLISHED 1874 STATE contractor; H tj t tk 11 J 53 n 31 - 3J 1 i ts 03 on ] p 1 1 1 U capital stock, S7S.OOO oo Jrintcri n ilumUbiiirirrs. the largest and best EQUIPPED EXCLUSIVE PRINTING PLANT IN THE STATE BU Congress :?v ir. i iisHii, ar- -;3s UNIVERSITY STUDENTS WILL LLxi) ■nil ' : si:i! " 1(t; oi ' tiik I. G. N. R. R THE BE8T IX THA ' 1:LI ( ; To A.XI) FROM A F s r I N WK ()1 ' i:i;atk 4— TRAINS DAILY— 4 BETWEEN HEARNE and SAN ANTONIO AND MAKI ' , CI.DSl-; ( ' (IXXI-X ' TIOX FOR ALL POINTS IN TEXAS The Only Dming Car Route to St. Louis Train No. 4 " THE HIGH FLYER " For any desired information eall on. D. J. PRICE, P. J. LAWLESS, Gen ' l Pass. Ticket Agent Gen ' l Agent 1. G. N. R. R. Palestine, Texas 103 East 6th St., Austin, Texas A YOiG MAN ' S DRESS NEEDS We have studied them and we know them. our requirements are different from your father ' s and your older brother ' s. You want a style that is different, yet you want fit and good workmanship, and you appreciate the powers of VcllllC. These things we have provided for you. OUR STEIN-BLOCH YOUNG MEN ' S SUITS are based on the broadest point of view. They are not " faddish, " but they carry out the best taste of the best dressers in the great colleges of America. Come to us and try them on and see for yourself. Our mirrors are big, and our services are at your command. SAKOWI TZ 15H()S. 1 i;$ Markol St. GALVKSTON 3()S Main S(. II(UST ».N Galveston National Hank I ' ' I 111) ' Striiiiil :iii.l ■rninniil Siit, t- (iALVKSTON, TEXAS CAPITAL - - $125,000.00 SURPLUS and PROFITS ----- $110,000.00 DIBECTOB.S T. ,1. (JROCE H A. 1,AN[IES C. J. Walston I, V, I.evv v. K. . r; Ti Fred Haktel .1. R- Cukkk K. Dum Interest Paid on Savinii Accounts and Interest-Bcarin " Certificates Against Time Deposits v. S. DKPOSITOHY T. J. GROCE, President H. A. LANDES, Vice-President C. J. WALSTON. Vice-President BROWNING GROCE. Vice-President CL(niii :s TiiorciiiTs EUNNING THROUGH YOUR MIND? Tlli: TllIXK (»!■■ " Mark of Merit " Clothes They ' re the handiwork of the Wdiiil ' s Best Makers, in conservative or e li-enie models, tailored linni chosen t ' alirics. In fact, clothes that will nieasiH ' e up to every man ' s and younij man ' s pai ' ticular ii ' i|uirement. " .Mai ' k of Merit " Clothes tell their story so well, they want an opportunity of telling it to yf)u. " LION " COLLARS ()C)iiifc)rtahlo Shoos requires your considera- f 7 A . ti " »- X- SHOli lla -e -ou e -er thou.uhl " ' H ,„„ ,„ ..,, " . i : (if 1 lie ' ia si ' ' - ' ' - ' ' ' ' ' ' FDWIN CLAPP SHOK? ' rlie ' re Uench made, and are the standaid high-graele .shoe the world over. We are .-i,le Galveston Selling Agents. KNOX HATS are a feature of our estali- lishment. In fact, they ' re so good it ' s a real ]ileasure to show them whether du ' :B9 t l.uyornot. We are proud of lieing exclusive agents for (lalveston. .MOHAWK ' SHI UTS A. S. NEWSON LOUIS E. GOTTHEILL PROPRIKTORS THE MODEL MARKET Choice Corn Fed MEATS FREE DELIVERY AND PROMPT ATTENTION Phono ;5 SS 0. K. LAUNDRY The Laundry, Cleaning and Dye Works of TEXAS Peter Geiij ler Co. Better Cliings Co €( t 2000 Market SIhmI (ijilvestoii, r« x;is J. J. SCHOTT THE LARGEST RETAIL ©rug toiT IN THE SOUTH PHONES 300 AND 1800 WE NEVER CLOSE GALVESTON, TEXAS Tussup Grocery Co. Quality and Price Tell It All 22nd and Postoffice Streets Phone 12 and 422 GALVESTON, TEXAS elite 3 rstaurant N. L BALLICH, Proprietor Everylhing Up loDale Prompt and Polite Service lLum ) Uoom. 2214 i arkct fe t. Open Day and Night Ptione 26G Ciifc. 220S a iirkct •!. Phone 612 GALVESTON, TEXAS [EARN BY MAIL or AT COLLEGE =-== ■ - (■ li.- Ill 1 M,ii.- ==-- Bookkeeping. Shorthand. Banking. Pen- manship. English. Arithmetic. Business Letter Writing. Com. Law. Civil Service. |i )M, H l K 11 nni -,ii|.|,.-.| ,,ii , ,,iii|i|. liiiL ' lloTEu-sniilv. I ' M.-I 1 h iNr- M , in.il IdiiHi.l, ■ ' falaloKiie ' A " ' on lloiiu- .-.tii.l i.i -li ' on ml ifue lourses. writ.- Draughon ' s College. Nashville, Tenn. KST. |{i.isnKi is.-.t; M. W. SliiiM ' L ' Sons U.rmcorpor..lpd Miiiliil ' iicl II |-i iiu .Ir v« l M• , Opt !( ' iii IIS iiiul 1 iii| irl M-s C.r.l.-. r.. ' H...I la.l.. ' Sl,.-, ' !- (;ALVI:ST0N, : : : THXAS GOOD POSITIONS Draughon -ivcs COXTRACTS, hackcl l,y a clKiin of FORTY-EIGHT Colleges, $30(),()()().()U capital, and TW ' KXTY-TWO years ' SUCCESS, to secure POSITIONS under reasonable conditions or REFUND tuition. BOOKKEEPING ;;;;:: j.r;: by iiut accepting his offer to have his THREE-months ' Bookkeeping stu- dents contest with their SI X-months ' Bookke(ping students, in effect concede that Draughon tcaclies more Bookkeeping in T II R E E months than they do in SIX. SHORTHAND . ll..Ut live p,.| •viiity- c.-nt of the official cmnl i( poi liis ..f the United States write tlir System of Shoithand Draughoii tiaelies. HE- CAUSE tluy KNOW that they can, by writing this .system, c C( 1 writers of other systems tliirty ])er cent in SPEED and in E. RNIN(! capacity. TELEGRAPHY ;::::x:, " « into Draughon ' s Telegraphy Colleges, which Colleges railway companies hav, ' ,le-.iiriiat,cl as their OFFICI. L illfiDY ;:x:b,,S! kr. piiii;. Sli.pi I haiicl, Banking, Pen- inanship. Business English, Easiness Letter Writing, Bu-siness Arithmetic, Cnninirreial Law, Civil Ser icc, etc., suecis-ifully H .MAIL or REFUND BANK INDORSEMENTS More Ijankeis indorse Draughon ' s Colleges than indorse all other busi- ness colleges in the United States coniliiiied. NO VACATION. ENTER ANY TIME Catalogue Free. ' i ur a.-kini; lor i ' l! I F ( ' ntaiiiiiuc (111 ( " (itir.sc at (•(illc-c. or FR]:K Catalogue on i. you. Write TOD. W. .Vildivss. al oil her postoHice liel. .lis in ' .MAI!., will XOT oliligate Jno. F. Draughon, President DRAUGHON ' S Practical Business College (ial -fstcin. I- 111 I Wiiitli. . list ill. Iliiiisiiiii. Dcnisiiii. San .Vntoiiio. .Miilcne, Aniaiillo, ] ' ]1 Fa.so, Te.varkana, Te.xas special Rates To All Students PHONE 745 MORRIS The Photographer GALVESTON TEXAS Chas. E, Wither spoon DRUGGIST .K j A ' ' Meet mi- iit the FOUNTAIN ' ' SPECIAL ATTENTION SHOWN STUDENTS CORNER 21st and MARKET STREETS PHONE 54 GALVESTON, TEXAS Palace Pool Room Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccos The New Spring Apparel For Smart Dressers Is Here Wifli .-111 i ' c single t " yoiii- Iradi ' ami |iursc c ha ' c liiailc sclcctii)lis (if llic llrwvr-l. r l)cst. the latest . i lirl ale III ' I ' asliiiiii ill S|i|-iii ' Hals. Cliithini; ami I ' uniisliilius. I ' l c, prci- In nli ' in this srrliiiii. We suit the iiKist iM-iiii-al tasir ami al isfy I 111 ' iiiiisl |iiartii-al sciisr. M. Rosenblatt, Prop, 2308 Market Street GALVHST() - - TEXAS Robt. I. Cohen Market and 22nd iitreets GALVESTON, TEXAS First National Kaiik OF GALVESTON The Oldest National Bank in Texas Southeast Corner Strand and li ' Jnd Sis. Capital iMilly Paid Shareliolflors ' Liabilit.v Surplus and T ' lidividi-d $:)()(), 0(1(1. 0(1 $;i()(l,(l()(l.(l() S17(). 0(1(1. (Id OFFICERS K. W.VVERLIOY SMITH, Piosident CHAS. Ft)WI,ER, Vici ' -Prcsident FREU W. CATTERALL, Cashier W. N. STOWE. Vice-President F. ANDLER, As.s ' t Cashier l)IKECr()R R. Wavcili y Siiiitli, W. X. Stuwc, H. A. Landcs, .1. P. Alvey. J. H. Hill, C. II. Mdore We solicit the accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Indi ' iduals, with the assurance of liberal tri atmcnt in Every Respect. iUildcr t))icbacli$ and Hughes Star Drug Store Crcmont and Postofficc Streets 6dlvc$ton, Ccxa$ G A L NORTH B V GERMAN R E S T LLOYD STEAMSHIP E IVI E O COMPANY N N ' Most convenient route for travelers from any points west of the Mississippi to Europe by tlie Steamers Brandenbur j;, Breslau, Cassel, Chemilz Frankfurt, Hanover, Koeln, ' 300 Reg. 1 ons eacfi. Passengers using tliis route are saved the trouble and expense of long railroad journey to and from Atlantic Seaports. Send for Sailing Lists and Rate Sheets 11. CL.AUSSKM.N ' A: Co. General Western Agents No. 95 Dearborn St. Chicago, III. ALFliED ilULT (Jeneial .Vi;ent Galveston, Texas ROBERT KAPELLE, General Pacific Coast Agent 2. " 0 Powell Street San Francisco, Cal. IMMIGRANTS For the Southwestern and Pacific Coast Territory using the North German Lloyd Galveslon Line have the benefit of cheaper railroad rates than from any port in the United States. COAL COAL MOOKL BROS. h..lcsnlc ;ili(l llcl.-ul E. O. Flood : Co. i ri{i : 1 (HH) (iitocKiis (:al T-ti)ii, T( xas S(,l,. , ,urnts Supply lliiusrhdlds. I ' actoi-ii ' s, iMiuuili-ics, UlarkMuiths, l{nilrna ls, liitciii.r D.-iliTs, Steamships, iMr. ALL KINDS FOIJ ALL I SKS (iold Loaf RiithM- Gold Loai Col ' lVo Clli. ' c: ■_ ' ! i:; and L ' ! l. " . .Mcrliaiiic St, Gold Loaf Teas Vaiils: isth anil Wliail ' 211:; and L ' l 1. ' ) Mrcliaiiic Si, Tc4cph(incs S.H) aii.l Kill INlOIIC lOO IMlOIH ' I2(» Kaliii - Sc ' hapor Ice S. Sgiicovic ' li A: Co. ( ' roam Company SUCCCS,-(I1-S 1(1 " A ' lllis ,atid Sulliwiii I ' ll ■ Ili_ ' STKA ISIIIF ACilvNTS (■iil ' V ' cstoii, : : Toxjis " PIHTI V 15 HA NO " When yciii cat Ire ( ' icain. insi,-i on licllinu . «ii:.MS: • ' i ' niily I ' .iaiid, " .Xiilhiiii; 1 icl Icr made. Ilo ilii LiiK ' lo lliivrc and Itmiioii (ilolx ' Liii lo ItrciiiiMi Faclufv: llith .■ind I ' usl ( Ulicc Siivcis (;, i. i:sT(» . •ri:. ,vs Gear Tailoring Co. SUITS TO OHDKR Kxclusivo Aiioiit ICil. V. I ' ricp .V t " .. Tailors Special Alloiitioii t All K!ii 1k oI Repairiiii . (Uoaiiiiit and l ressini .- .$ Ti{i:Mo " r ST. PII( ' K " -JT in (Bxmt} ©pcra House C ' .HAS. T. HHIAN. .Ir. Miiiii.uer PLAYING ALL HIGH CLASS : : : ATTRACTIONS : : : SKI-; DA I I.Y I ' APKKS Phone KiitS Speriul Kales lo Students Sc aurer Artistic Photography lis Tr.-iii..ii( S . (iAI.VKSTON. Ti:XAS Saiu J. Vllliaius Just Those Things =Men Wear = • •Jir Market St. i A I.V KS TON. TKXAS 2)afernet ' ' s S ook Store iliiiijirlers for Idaterman s Sdeal fountain S en •JIM MarU.-t St. riioiie 1 IJ 1 With Hearty Compliments Rex Steam Laundry i. A. AMr ' l)SE ' Jr.. President I ' lione -JOOO (JALVKSTON, Ti:XAS Fox Steam Bakery ManuliKtiirers of II Kill (iHAI)K 15r»KAI) AM) 150LLS SIIIl l IN(i SI l ' l ' Lli:i) IMJOMI ' TI.Y Plione I H! MMMi.OS Market St. ;alvest(.ii. Texas 2 V; are always welcome and i our patronage is appreciated at the ( ' asiiio and Vand ' tte Theaters Me SI1..W Only llie iSesI aii.l Latest I ' i.tnres W . L. .MOODY. Ji-., President V. (i. I ' lOTTlBONE, Vifc-PrcsiiliMit S. T. Il.VX.SOX, CMm-v W . J. STONER, . .ss ' t Ca.shicr A. J. STENZEL, A.ss ' t Ca.shior The Citv National liiiiik of (iiilvestoii, Texas Ol ' R DIRECTORS— YOITR FRIENDS 1)H. EDWARD RA. D. LL V. S. KEEXA.X W. L. MOODY. .Ir. JOS. LEVY M. C. BOW DEN M. O. KOPPERL S. T. IIAXSOX V. (1. PETTI BOXE T. L. CROSS J. P. McDONOUGH CH.AS. C. ADAMS H. E. BARDEN F. B. MOODY All The Vear Round BOOTHE LINE- GALVESTO. ' TO LIVERPOOL AUSTRO-AMERICAN LINE- GALVESTON TO TRIESTE RIPLEY LINE- GALVESTON TO HAVRE DANIEL RIPLEY CO., Agents Galveston, Texas STAHT RKiHT Rittcf s Cafe KveryMiiiiij ' ew iiiid l ' | -( -I)a(e Special Attention to Banquets I IDI-. ' III M cliiuiir SI, op| osi;i ' News (trtici ' (JALVESTON, TEXAS Students ' Supplii ' s of ( ' rry (Irsci ' iptiou must be Quality (looils. Vou want to I ' xrrl in youi ' profession, and the rcrtainty of results and satisfaction conies fi-oni doinji your work rii;ht with the right instiuinenls. Wvltv for Our ( ' atalosiio Our Goods are Ri ht and so are Our Prices M. O. NOBBE CO. JEWELERS Mahket and Tuf MONT (iALVESTOX. TeXAS TIIK M 1)1:HM()TT SURGICAL INSTHUMENT COMPANY, LTD. New Oiloaiis, - - LOUISIANA DOLSON-IIOKN FURNITURE AND CARPET CO. 302-304 Tremont St., Corner Mechanic Fiiriiif lire, C sirpets and House I ' iriiiKhiiig (ioods .l.M. eil KT1,K llAK ST(.VES a .. 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CHARLSTON TAII.OU Suits Made to Order S14.00 Up PHONE 2826 Wagon will call for work lH2:i Miirkol S(. ;,ilvosl.iii, T.-X11 609 TREMONT STREET PRESSING CLUB .Memliershi]! Tickets One Dollar C 1 for Three Suits Liuhtlv Cleaned ;iiiil l ' re eil. ( lood for Sixty Days; ( )ne Suit tit ti time or Three Suits ;it one time. LUTHER THE HATTER AND PRESSER Specitil littles on lltit- to . l,.nil.et I ' liniir -J.-.:;! Model Laundry Dye Works " iC jr CLEANING PRESSING DYEING SAFE SANITARY Electric Throughout Phones, 78 and 79 Gonzales Schaper Importers and Dealers in FIRE ARMS AMMUNITION FISHING TACKLE BICYCLES and GENERAL SPORTING GOODS Repairing of Fire Arms a Specialty 2122 Market Street Phone 774 Galveston, Texas CHAS. FOWLEE JAMES A. CROCKER W. A. McVITIE FoMler leVitie STEAMSHIP AGENTS AN D BROKERS Wholesale Coal Merchants ,. |.I..or (......„ Kx-hanu,. 1{„ ,.« (i AI. V KST( N, TK X AS W. F. BEERS A. KENISON J. D. HODSON hi:i:hs, kkmson al- co. 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