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Page 2 THE PANTHER "Voice of the Students" Edited monthly by the students of Prairie View College THE PANTHER ALL CAMPUS BASKETBALL TEAll By N. T. Archet- The Freshmen a.cgregation after eomiug through with flying eolon in the Intra-mural Cace raee are Editor-in-1!e!§~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~f A- Sloan .till aiugiug pnlaes to Prof. N. T. Managing Editor E. Me1lillan Areher !or placina: four o! their Business M..ana.ger ward E. PattoD. eomradea on his AU-Campus Baa- Treasurer Chari.. E. White ketball Team. Secreta.ry-to-Stafi Corine M. Foster teams are as follows : Co-ordinator n A. Riehardaon Fint Te&lll EXECUTIVE STAFF BDITOBIA.L ST A.FF Associate Editor I.ommon MeMillan Fred Armstrong, R. F, Fresh- Co-Sports Editors _Hobart Tboma.s, Clarence Mc:.Daniels, 0. P . .Alleo man. Campus Editor phnnao Johuaon Wilmer Lee, L. F J · Alumni Ed.i<ors . Marion Johnaon, Katherine Wright Lonnie Powell C • Soumphoor. Agncultural Editor re=o Rutledge • • more Women's Sports Editor uth Freeman Samuel Odom, R. G, Fresh- Literary Editor olia Shirley man. ~cZw~tor . c!rill•w= Eliott Harvey, L. G., Junior. Exehauge Ed.itor Allll&beiJe Woods 8ecolld ham Seience Editor Hamribal Brownlow TYPIST Lillian Wiggins, Annabelle Woods, Camille Jones, lnab Mae Smith CIBCULA.TION John Madison, Edward Lee, Barney Coleman, Thomas Bynum REPORTBBS W. H. E.ans, R. F., FreshmanG. Thompson, R. F ., Sophomore. N. Flemming, C, Sophomore. C. Bluitt, R. G, Fn!$hman J . Watty, L. G., Sophomore. Riehardson Moody, TboruwoU Powell, Robert Catc:blngs, Carlly Redu.l INTBA.-MUJI.A.L TBA.CK MEET Outstanding May, 1937 AROUND THE C.AllPUS Dear Readers: Sinee all the Seniors are leaviuc for good, I can te:ll them aU their secrets that I have been k~pmg from them for some four yean, some three, some two and otherS one. I dedicate this issue tG you Seniors. ' John Madison stars the sweet4 heart. o! his college -= Eula .Muekleroy, one star; Charmaine Taylor, two stan; Ethel McPeters, three stars ; Ester Davis, three stars and behind the name of Ar4 thtli"YYIIe Andrews he would plaee a S1lll. V elm& Booker says, "You can lead a horse to the water, but you can't make him drink." However J . J . Wood&, elected by popular she leada Andy Brown to the ...,.k vote as the~ moct outstaDdinc atu- fountain and he makes her <Iring dent in the Agrieultural Division just i.s ahe likes it, iee cream sofor 1936-37. &« story on page l, du. eoluiiU\ 1. A sudden outburst of. uncontroll-able love broke out from Mr. H. GRANDCHILD MAKING GOOD Brownlow to l4iss Andnws durin&" A. T HA.M.PT0:-1 . the week before the Prom. He captured her, she eaptivated him and he sent her a pieture. She sent it baek with a note stating By A. E . McMillan, 'S7 Printed by The Printing Department o! Pram• View State Collece Miss Velma Edwards, eharminc that she had ploeed him on the list . G. c .. Bell, .Supervisor On May 1.. the Intra-mural recent graduate of. Prairie View of "trials and errors." Waa it _ ___ _.:_ __ _.:_ __:_::.::::_:..::::_:.:__:::__=.:.:__ _ ______ _ ltbiDly clads representing eaeh o! and a Grandehild, is dniug a re- Anna Melba or his pieture! Office ot The Panther By Ona P. Allen GJI.A.DUA.TION the four elas&es aba.ttered six markahle piece ot work in the field Four yean proved that "Feareeords in giving the greatest per- of Lilmuy Science at Hampton In- then" Guinn ia not a multi-minded If graduation ia to be meant u "commencement" theD it is a~- fonnanee. in the h.i.etory of the stitute, Hampton. Vll'gini.a. l4ias gent. He was bitten 'by a love 6.ca.nt that we look baek over our four years and ftnd out if we have meet. Edwards is a graduate of the cla.ss bug early in his Crab year ·and prepared ourselves for the task which we are about to face. Wfb.e moat The Fre:shme:n agcrecation under of '35 and a resident of San An- the bite l.ingered and waxed · Strong tragic thought o! men ia the thought I might ban been." I! we have the tutorship o! Pro!. Lee Perlcins, tonio, the "Alamo City." as the yean passed. I hope that not used our time wisely then naturally we will have these thoughts. a formet" Panther speeder, aver- Miss Edwards is wcl1 known you ~ve the stamina Mr. Gtrinn Some ot us have not done so well We have loonged beneath the aced 94.5 points to eop the meet. throughout the South and Sooth- and Miss McBroom to hokf out tin~ utitul ~i wAlked ~P and down the walks ; went to bed early The ever powerful Sophomores, w~t as a dangerous "racltet-wield- til the ~- 21JI1 is fired. ntghta. We did not feel m the mood to study long hours at night. the defending champions ran a er. She made a very eommend- When 1t 14 not Batts it is Henry, Othera have, however, had little time to play, yet time to t:ake part dose second with 766 points. able representation for Prairie my room mate. Morris Johnson in almost every extra-curricula activity, no time to lounge ODder the The J'Olriors and Seniors finished View while attendin.g sehool. received competition from many trees; yet time to ponder long hours over some problem. One wu with 667, and !3-' points respee- sources, but Mr. Henry was just satisfied with a "D." The other had to have an • A." tively. GRANDCBILDREN OF CLASS too mueb. He had that whieh Whleh o! the two will sueeeed in life no one wtll be able to tell OF '36 Morris or William lacked--.:rhythm. The one who did not study, always late, never took part :in anythinc JNTilA.MURAL TRACK AND He is a music major, and Hiss J. tni.rht "find ~· and make the better man. However, it is sate FIELD MEET By Doris A. Branc:h,. '!9 Madison is a music: major also. to say tbat the one who ".finds himself" first will have the better ebanee. Ag. Brother, , HO&" C..Uing and The editori&l stat! of The Panther, then, aa graduating senion, ue Yard Belay Damon Hill, Manna! Training Most lbndaome Riebard Moody is hands this adviee down to underelasamen. Use your time more wisely 1st, Hendenon, ~eld, Teaeher, Lubbocl:, Texas the leading ti.gun in a triangular than we. Take advantage o! every opportunity. Do not he .caught Piekett, Powell, Freshmen; :~.1 John Henry Jaekaon, Teoehiug, love affair. Miss M. Davis and "napping... Build your foundation on rock and it will not tottle at 2nd., Payne., Mcllfilla.n. Hopkin, T&Zarkana, Taas. ~w .M. ~ng constitute the other graduation time. You will not be a:traid of ''fiUDk:in.g"_ and thus you Steveson, Sophomores; :4.6.1. 3rd. Elbert Cunningham, _Vocational sides. MISS Davis says, " I eoald will have peaee o! mind. Catebiugs, Smith, Cunningham, Agrieulture Teaebor, Luling, Tex. come through i! I ouly had time." LOOK.ING .AHEAD Bund.age, Seniors; :-'6.1. Dorns Tamplin, Vocational Ag. Low.s.e Oatalon is so popular be- 880 Yard Relay: teacher, Hearne, Texas. cause she stood out on the ham The graduating Seniors have a week o! vaeation between eu.mina- 1st, Henderson, Powoll, Simon, Colquitt Yaney, Voeational Ag. team. tiona and eommencement. We are won~ just' what they are Dangerfield, Feshmen; 1 :37.2. 2nd. ~er·~~ert. Te.%.8.S. "I love you a litUe on Monday, thin.lciug about during this time. Are they just ~ to "mareh" and Davis, Smith, Cunningham, Cateh- . e . ~ver. . Tnesday a little bit moore, ~ go home, or are they wondering what they will do down through ings, Seniors; 1:37.2. 3rcl, HoU- lu Lo~e Bnttam, Teaching, Iial- I love you on Wedneaday and the Y"*"· When one graduated from high school he had eoUece to inworth, MeMillan, Hopkin, Payne, Am, USioS. • • Thursday, look forward to. He know that he would enter some eoUegt in Septem- Sophomoree; 1:37.2. U . ~·=dymg .at the On Friday I simply adore. ber and consequently he did not worry much about the future. How- 1 Mile: :• 0 ~ Cali:fonua.. I love you on Saturday madly ever, only a few will go to gra.dnat.e sehool and most of that fe-w- will 1st.,. Thompson, Simon, MeElroy, T Scott, teacb..ing, Trinidad. Too much for immortals to speak, go, not ne%t September, but after a few years. Therefore, the problem Powell, Fresllmen. 3:48 2nd., ~ But when I'm with you on Sunday of what we will do confronts us. .Most of us eaJDe to eollege as boys Crawford. MayfieJd, Portis, Bag- . ~t ~' ~CC Camp Super- I love you for all the week." and girls. We leave fonr years later aa men and women. Our parents well, Juniors; 3:48. 3rd., Jones, vu:-n.. ~ : · This is Miss Doris Nickerson's Ieel that ~ey have given us all tbat they owe us. We are on our own. Hopkin, Pettaway, Herron, Sopbo- Prairie View, Tex!~' teaching, swan song to .Mr. Benjamin . . She Wha~ a difference a few .years ean ~e. ~e does DO~ w~nder that mores; . 3:48. Audrey Thibode~~ux. teaching at aaog it at th~ Prom. He.- could deaprt.e the week o! vaeation few Semon ean be....., talciug it easy on 2 Mile. D. D . .!. B. lnstitu Austin Texu seareoly. hoar 1: the eampus. We sua poet that they are "looking ahead." And what 1st, Crawford: Bynum, Buder- Lelia Landry, ;;"D . .It B In.sti: The biggest bit o! the year. Bo-do they see '! Depression, strikes, a ficht betw-een philosophies of sou, Porbs, Jumora ; 9:38. 2nd,. tute ~ tin T · bart Thomas bad one of the best government, the dark cloud of war hovering over entire Europe, kings Diekaon. Campbell, Simmons, Bro- E ' · us~- teaching times of his lite at the Junior-leaving their thrones because of women, the eoronation ot. a nfll' king, therton, Freshmen; 9:38. 3rd.., Prairimmav· T ' at Senior Prom. Was it the music the .map of the world being ehan&'ed. What part will the graduatiDg Jones, Herron, VIola, Tabor, Sopho- Sidneey ;;;:~bing. or was it l4iss Tatum. Fig-ure it Semon play'! mores ; 9:33 Julia D. Davia, JeffersOn Davia out for me, Mr. Durh.!.m. COMMENCBMBNT Daahes aad llaaa Hospital, Houston, Texas. George St<nnrt waited until Com.meuoement has been ealled the end o! one's eollece days. This 100 Yd., 1st., SteTeuson, Cateh- Carlle W. Kilpatriek, Jefferson the lut days of s<hool to get ~reasion is true; yet I prefer to ea11 eommenoement the beginning inga ; Srd.,. Bunda.ge; :10.6. Davis Hospital, Houston, ·Tuaa. ?ooked up with a sweetheart. She o! an ind.ividnal's experiences with the world. This ;, the beginning Pa220 .Yd., 1st_, Hend<Jrao~; 2nd., Dazerine Williams married. 13 !mown as "Dime Smile." Every-for many o! the Seniors of the Class of '37, yet, it is a continuation for yne, 3n:L, Da.agedield, :24.3 ' time Miss Fontenot smiles at Mr. others. .UO Yd,. 1st~ B..,-weU; 2nd.. "The moving Finger writes ; a.nd, Stewart he buys her a soda. Very For four years the members of. the present ~uatinc class have Thomas; 3rd., McElroy; :56.8. . having writ, mo-ns on. Nor all costly smiles. looked forward to this day. If you will notl<e some of them as they 880 Yd. 1~· ~ortis ; 2ud., City; your Piety nor Wit, Shall Lure Christine Roberts made the ham walk along m the proeeaaion to receive their degrees, you will aee tears Srti .,. Fretwell, 2·22: it back to Cancel half a Line, nor honor roll during the lut &emes· in their eyes. . I have DO doubt but that these tears are .:bed in joy. st!n~~ l.t., Stmm~ns; ~ all your Tears wash out half a ter. Bot I also wonder if some of them are not shed becauae of a broken • ~ Brothertott, 5:66.5. word of it."-Fitzgerald. Maceo Sloan haa made Plans heart. Field for the fntuno. Miss lnab Mao Commeneement--t great word aad a great time ; nevertholeas, it ba~~ ~~p, bt, Hub- Diseus Throw, 1st, Atkins ; 2nd., Smith ia finlt Up in bla plalls. He spells heart aches for many people involved. The breaking of old . , 9,6,~ n , Srd., Thomp- Daniels; 8rd., Hopld.n..s ; 108'. says that abe can't leave him here friendships---the parting of_ sweethearts---.nd the separation of stu- ·~bo! Ptrt lat McCl . Indi vidual Points: Henderson 8; and that he would be following in dent !om teacher. These thiJli'S are enough to bring tears to the eyes Pi-'--tt· Srd' ,..._,:-~-... ham~·~o:6~ ... Porti!: 7;,; Powell 7% ; Danger- her footsteps. of th tro y ~ • ~- ~ field 6. Goodbye and goodlnek to aU my even e s ne:est man. es, even il they are only tears of sorrow Pole Vault' 1st' Hubbaci· 2nd· Ag far the· young peop_le who so eagerly, yet ienor&Dtly, go out into the Powell · ard • ~diso -H ll ·: Class Points: Freshmen 48 ; · brothers and sisters. wr -ld to make the1.r own way. lO' &".' · n ° oway, :0~o:; 88; Sophomores 81; Sen- YourG:.a~~mith, '38 '!
|Title||Panther, May, 1937, page 2|
|Original Publisher||The Panther|
|Description||Page 2 of The Panther, May, 1937. Newspaper of Prairie View State Normal and Industrial College. Leon Richardson listed as Co-ordinator.|
|Date Original||May, 1937|
Prairie View State Normal and Industrial College (Prairie View, Tex.) ;
Student newspapers and periodicals--Texas
|Geographic Subject Terms||Prairie View (Tex.)|
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|HPL Location||C.F. Richardson Sr. Papers, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library, Houston, Texas|
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"Voice of the Students"
Edited monthly by the students of Prairie View College
ALL CAMPUS BASKETBALL
By N. T. Archet-
The Freshmen a.cgregation after
eomiug through with flying eolon
in the Intra-mural Cace raee are
Editor-in-1!e!§~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~f A- Sloan .till aiugiug pnlaes to Prof. N. T.
Managing Editor E. Me1lillan Areher !or placina: four o! their
Business M..ana.ger ward E. PattoD. eomradea on his AU-Campus Baa-
Treasurer Chari.. E. White ketball Team.
Secreta.ry-to-Stafi Corine M. Foster teams are as follows :
Co-ordinator n A. Riehardaon Fint Te&lll
BDITOBIA.L ST A.FF
Associate Editor I.ommon MeMillan Fred Armstrong, R. F, Fresh-
Co-Sports Editors _Hobart Tboma.s, Clarence Mc:.Daniels, 0. P . .Alleo man.
Campus Editor phnnao Johuaon Wilmer Lee, L. F J ·