The Normal Star (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 3, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 30, 1920 Page: 3 of 4
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THE NORMAL STAR
DYERS AND HATTER—FRENCH DRY CLEANING. 1 PHONE 43|
AT THE THEATRES
Keep this for reference.
Saturday, Oct. 30
ETHEL CLAYTON in
“ALADY IN LOVE”,
Also “Monkey Business” a big1 two
part Sunshine Comedy.
Monday, Nov. 1
MADGE KENNEDY in
“DOLLARS AND SENSE”,
Also “The Lost City’
FSie Brown Studio
High Class Photographs “Thats our kind”
Kodaks pictures printed daily.
We cater ta Students’ Wants.
Make our store your headquarters.
CHAS W. JENNINGS, Prop
Re- Construction Price
Everythirg Sacrificed Begining Sat.
Oct. 30 ' Continuing 3 weeks
When you need school supplies
don't forget the Exchnge
LA SALAMANCA TO MEET
All Spanish students be sure to
come to the regular meeting of J_.a
Salamanca next Monday evening at
7-to o’clock, in the gymnasium. A
good program and social hour
All who have ever studied Spanish
a1 any time are eligible for member-
ship. Be sure to bring $1.00 mem-
Support the Bobcats!
“ Quick Service”
One Door West of
R. L. BOGGUS, Prop.
GRID WARRIORS ENJOY PARTY
AFTER HARD FIGHT
The first important event of the
Pierian Society this year was the
entertainment giv6n last Friday eve-
ning, Oct. 22, for the Huntsville and
Normal College football teams.
The gymnasium was beautifully
decorated with Pierian colors and
also those of both schools. Between
frequent visits to the punch tables
everyone was engaged in a very
amusing get-acquainted contest. And
you should have seen the effort on
every boy’s part to hide his teet
when the search began for a number
ten shoe and pigeon toes.
At eight o’clock the crowd left, for
the depot in order to give the Hunts-
ville boys a hearty farewell.
SHAKESPEARES CONFIDENT OF
The Shakespeare Club has begun
the most glorious year of its exis-
tence. Added to the eighteen old
lively members are twelve new mem-
bers who are full of vim, vigor and
pep. Plans for a year, full of fun.
and literary value, have been made.
When it comes to showing courtesy
to our football, basket ball and base-
ball teams, the Shakespeare Club is
ir its glory.
The following officers have been
elected for this year: Mabel Morris,
president; Elizabeth Flake, secretary
and Bernice Evans, treasurer.
On account of rain, there was no
meeting of the Harris-Blair Hiterary
Society last Monday. However, as
there were several members present,
fess than a quorum; tnere' was some
classy music in the Auditorium. The
program prepared for last Monday
will be rendered at the next regular
meeting, Monday, Nov. 1st.
CHAUTAUQITANS RAINED OUT
On account of bad weather last
Monday morning the Chautauqua
Literary Society postponed its regular
meeting until next Monday at the
usual hour. The same program will
be rendered at the next meeting that
was to have been rendered last Mon-
day. All members and those desiring
to become members are requested to
POOR SWEDE, HE HASN’T A
You know we all feel so sorry
for poor Swede Coers this year, he
hasn’t a chance to make a letter m
football. Swede just weighs 190
pounds and then too you know, he
has a bum knee so he can’t run any
faster than a mustang. Besides,
Swede is so inexperienced. He did
have one year at West Point, out
with that he has had only 2 0 years
experience altogether. Swede tries to
make passes once in awhile, but
Swede can’t pass a ball. He passes
with his left arm and there is always
someone to block him when he throws
with his left arm. Look how the
Commerce players blocked His
So much for his playing ability, but
Swede too, has forgotten all tne
etiquette of football. Anyone knows
that when a back has gone a few
yards thru the line, if he can, he
usually stops, but Swede sometimes
does not stop at all. And you notice,
he often uses the same ill manners in
going around end.
Poor Swede, he hasn’t a chance.
RULES AND REGULATIONS CON-
CERNING STUDENT WELFARE
COMMITTEE OF SOUTH
WEST TEXAS STATE
The Student Welfare Committee of
the Southwest Texas State Normal
College shall consist of three mem-
bers of the Faculty appointed by the
President, one member elected by
the class from each of the following-
classes: Normal First Year, Normal
Second Year, College Freshman, Col-
lege Sophomore, College Junior, and
College Senior, and two members
elected by the whole student bqdy
from the three upper college classes.
TERM OF OFFICE AND ELECTION
The term of office for members of
The Student Welfare Committe shall
be from the first of the Fall Term
co the middle of the Winter Term,
and from the middle of the Winter
Term to the close of the Summer Term
and from the first of the Summer
Term to its close.
In each case classe shall elect mem-
bers of the Committee as soon as class
organization is perfected, except that
election for the second half of the
regular year shall be held at or near
the close of the middle of the Winter
It shall .be the duty of the Student
Welfare Committee (1) To have reg-
ular or called meetings to discuss the
needs and welfare of the stduent body.
(2) To hear requests and petitions
coming from the students, to pass on
the reasonableness of these requests
and re'ject them or carry them before
the Faculty Administrative Authorities
(3) To advise in the disbursements of
funds coming from the blanket tax.
(4) To appoint a student committee
of two to cooperate with the faculty
in auditing and checking up accounts
in the -disbursement of funds for the
Pedagog, the Star, and other matters
in which the students have general
financial interest. (5) to look after
the general interests of the students,
and to advise and cooperate with the
administration in improving school
No student shall be consdered eligi-
ble to a place on the Student Welfare
Committee who does not meet the
following conditions of eligibility:
(1) He shall have been in regular at-
tendance in the Normal School at
this place for at least one quarter
prior to the beginning of his term of
office. (2) He shall have made at
least ten grade points in his last
quarter’s attendance. (3) He shall
have attained the age of eighteen
years. (4) He shall have not been
under discipline during his last
quarter’s attendance. (5) During the
time he is serving on the Welfare
Committee, he shall not be a member
of the College football team, basket-
ball team, baseball team, track team,
debating team, nor shall he be editor
or business manager of either the
Star or Pedagog. (6) He shall have
removed all conditions of full mem-
bership to the class from which he is
elected. (7) He must maintain all
these conditions of eligibility during
the term or lose his place on the Wel-
far e Committee. (8) In determining
eligibility of First Year Normal and
Second Year Normal students Nos. 1
and 3 shall not apply.
W. I. WOODSON
Dean of Students.
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Yell—let’s beat the Cubs!
Bobcats, win or die, we’re all be-
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The Normal Star (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 3, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 30, 1920, newspaper, October 30, 1920; San Marcos, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth614565/m1/3/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State University.