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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 March 1919

<A / * r r> rv pf u* "The Sweat of a Mail's Brain" is a vary real thing these three exam days. a little brain perspiration each day might be better than all the agony at one time. (Eljp UHenaubuue published every tuesday the school year by the students' association of southwestern university established 1906 twelfth year Volume xii number 24 georgetown, texas, tuesday, march 25, 1919 Did you know that you would gpt up an hour earlier next Sunday than you did the day before yesterday? May- be you won't, but you will miss breakfast at 8 o'clock if you don't. TRINITY WINS DEBATE AT GEORGETOWN both of southwestern's teams lose debating contests last evening In a very instructive debate, well pre- pared and well delivered by both sides, Southwestern lost the judges' decision in the annual Triangular debate with T. C. U. and Trinity, yesterday evening. The question proposed government owner- ship of the railways and is one of the most vital questions of the present time. The decisio...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 March 1919

\ THE MEGAPHONE. m . I . ... PROF. MOORE LECTURES AT TAYLOR WEDNESDAY lit• WfWiWPIiW*Ii t t i-i:i-•-• PREPARING LECTURE RELATING THE MONROE DOCTRINE TO THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS Entered as second-class mail matter, September 27, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1911. Gayle Waldrop Editor-in-Chief I George Truitt Business Manager BERNA SILLURE.... ISSUE EDITOR Those new resolutions—of more study and application to the several, major courses—they are good, as long as they last. It is a psychological principle that to suffer one or two exceptions is very dangerous for the safety of a reso- lution. Classes start Friday. Along a like line attention may be called to the work of the two literary societies, whose new lease on life and enthusiastic, vigorously alive meetings must be attributed in some degree to the reception of young women as mem- bers. These two purposeful organiza- tions should receive your attention. The benefits to follow inve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 March 1919

"WHIZZ BANG LITERARY SOCIETY" IN FRANCE (Continueed from page one.) ticed that in the address of many of the letters he words "God's Country" was put instead ot U. S. A. I don't think the fellows in the P. O. have anytrouble in directing the letters to the right country. , My official position in the regiment is assistant to the chaplain. My job con- sists of teaching school, help hold re- ligious services, distribute reading and writing material, help get up entertain- ments, etc. The chaplain has gone on a furlough and 1 have to plan out some kind of religious services while he is away. Pat Sim's Bible class will con- duct the service Monday night. This class was organized September, 1017, at Leon Springs, Texas. It has held met- ings every Mondav and Thursday night ever since. The class has held meetings in Y. M. C. A.'s, on the train, on the ship while coming across, while resting on hikes, on the battle field under shell fire and under the ground in dugouts. The only place or c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 March 1919

4 FORMER STUDENT 8TILL LOYAL P; m&tfi Returns Twice the Amount of Money He Borrowed While in College The president of the local M. C. A. has received a letter and a check for forty dollars from R. N. Huckabee, of Witchita Falls. Mr. Huckabee states in the letter that about seven years ago, while he was in Southwestern he bor- rowwed twenty dollars from a loan fund to enable him to attend a student con- ference. This money was to be paid back after his graduation and interest was to Im- paid if the amount was not re- turned within one year after his gradu- ation. Although Mr. Huckabee had been unable to return this money until now, he had not forgotten that he owed it. When he became able to pay it he did so with a liberality which showed that his appreciation had increased in propor- tion to the increase in his ability to pay. OFFICERS ELECTED FOR THE FACULTY FORUM At the last meeting of the Faculty Forum Club, which is composed of the wives of the faculty members, held at the h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 April 1919

Behold the Frosh edition of 'Id! A lack of green ink at the print shop prevent s the color scheme being carried out ' PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL* YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY m ■mf- ■;,b; ESTABLISHED 1907 TWELFTH YEAR VOLUME XII NUMBER GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1919 '22 April Fool's Day duly celebrated by beginning of the real work of the Spring term. VACHEL LINDSAY INTERPRETS POETRY TO APPRECIATIVE AUDIENCES ' ■ • ; • ✓ \ AMERICAN POET SINGER WINS HEARTS OF SOUTHWESTERN STUDENTS IN TWO PROGRAMS HERE APRIL 8 TO APPEAR IN EVENING WT STRICK, ACCOMP. The Lyceum Copimittee announces the engagement of .Charles Harrison, phe- nomenal American Tenor, for a recital L . on the evening of Tuesday, April the . eighth. Mr. Harrison is an American born, American trained and American accom- plished singer of the very highest attain- ' ments. His voice is a true tenor, oi beautiful quality and delightful enunciat- ion. His dramatic instinct enable...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 April 1919

w?v mm mm* r r-'.v Pii: flu * . W ■: ®ljp fflrgaplinitf Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. A. GAYLE WALDROP Editor-in-Chief C. W. PEPPER....... General Assistant Editor R. G. MOOD, JR Assistant Editor R. A. LOVE .. Assistant Editor INEZ AYRES Assistant Editor BERN A SILLURE Assistant Editor ERSYL BATTLE Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES v Assistant Editor GEORGE W. TRUITT.... Businoss Macager ESTEN WILLINGHAM.. Assistant Business Manager MARGARET HARKEY Assistant Business Manager FRESHMAN EDITION O. H. TOMLINSON. Editor JOE BERGIN Assistant Editor JAN IE WILBURN ■ Assistant Editor HENRY D. AIKEN Business Wit, humor and pathos by the"Freshman Class.- OUR NEW DRESS An editorial masthead in keeping with the new Megaphone masthead makes its initial appearance this week. It is a two-column head, a return to the style of 1916-17. We are trying to make the mechanical make-up of the college wee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 April 1919

ON THE FACULTY M* . '!.v -u- The Faculty's time has come at last, They've been left out by every other class But the kind hearted Fish with consider- ate thot, Will give them the place that their hard work has wrought. Dr. Bishop comes first, that good, honest man, t -* Who lead# us in chapel, just as toell as he can j Dr. Pegues is next—toward whom our hearts yearn, We regret that he's ill and pray for his return. The next on the list is dear Dean Kraft, Who by his warbling drives us nearly daft. There's Dr. Wunder with excuses and Math., Makes the way of "slacker" very rough path. Dr. Nichols is that, o, wonderful educat- ed guy, Who rides his "hobby" till he's sure to die A teachef of Spanish and Bible is Gray, We like him and hope he'll stay here for ayei Godbey's the man who rushes the gym, He leads the band too, and we listen to him. Prof. Vaden comes next with his brave, bold specs, We study (?) our Latin with fear for our necks. Lehmberg is teaching us to "parlez vous," We t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 April 1919

It cannot be supposed that any husband will be tender until he is cooked or pickled, and for this reason, we give the following TRIED RECIPE, but do not guarantee results: In selecting your husband, you should not be guided by the silvery appearance as in buying mackerel, nor by the golden tint as if you wanted salmon. Be sure and SELECT HIM YOURSELF, as tastes differ. Do not go to the market for him, as the best are always brought to your door. It is far better to have none unless you patiently learn how to cook him. A vessel of the finest aluminum is bedt, but if you have nothing better than an earthenware pipkin, it will do. See that the wrap- ping in which you place him is well laundried and mended with the regular number of buttons sewn on. Tie him in the kettle4 •< with a strong silk cord called comfort, as the one called duty is apt to be weak. He is likely to fly out of the kettle and be burn- ed and crusty on the edges, since, like crabs and lobsters, you have to cook hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 April 1919

_r 1 ■' r i vWftim Kjfft . =f ■ft ''' 'r '^if't^^^ik'''*:ktt^.T.''> - ■■"■>"f / '• ' '-Y v-n A'"?'--."'JY*','i/'-W ' ''f^f^m ' freshmen (Continueejd Hold recep- tion in new gym from page one.) of Freshman yntent. The party was supposed to begin at 8:30. It wjui rumored that the Soph- omores were |to attend mass formation, so strange tc| note the Fish were there and doors lolked by 7:30. Then the program begin. After a general mix-obout of about fifteen minutes, the house was called to order and t^ first and only number on was presented. The big into the athletic room was in a slowj solemn manner a chicken coop was rolled in On this coop was nailed a the prograi door leadi: opened a: big, heav on a tru l a big boyd which bore this inscription: "President Sophomore Class," and on further inspection was seen the Fish- hating president of that class with two or three big cocoanuts lying on the floor of the cage and a pair of yellow parrots nestling close to his side to pre- vent t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 April 1919

•• H + ■'Mm M: tfoV IM 0-W. i": ; ; li w rnt* ■.Wi'+r-tmyu**- - %x a - -*'j "> whh«L^ Mffr M SAN JAO SOCIETY The San Jac Literary Society opened their meeting Monday morning with the spirit of spring. The juemberahip was well represented and a good program was assured. The program was opened with a violin solo by Miss Lily Bowen. This-was indeed a treat and very much enjoyed by all. Next Mr. Hierdt gave us an extemporaneous speech on the subject "Looking Forward." Although he is not gifted with prophecy, he gave us some good thoughts,. Mr. Harbour concluded the program b^ a five minute talk on "The World in Ohos." Mr. Harbour pointed out that Bolshevism was a cause of a great part of the world chaos. He further stated that a chaotic condition existed even in the churches. A report of the beautiftcation commit- tee was heard in which they announced $75.00 more work that would be done 011 the hall this week. t In the election of officers the following were chosen; Grady Timmons, pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 April 1919

Oym pledges are "pay on' demand'' notes. Shall we be first to have a Oym? "The stu- dent body has the key" The Pit^tes take the Mustangs'^ ^.nd Horned Frogs the four days. Make the win by your presen ESTABLISHED 1907 TWELFTH YEAR VOLUME XII NUMBER 26 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1919 uwmstr PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ' : \--\t I 'V Pi ■•K • i;;t I \ CHARLES J. WOODBURY LECTURES HERE MAY 7th and 8th RALPH WALDO EMERSON SUBJECT OF VERY REALISTIC AND INTI- MATE CHARACTER PORTRAYAL DEAN OF FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT CAMPAIGN FOR GYM FUND HAS BEGUN / Ralph Waldo Emercon, American lecturer, essayist, and poet, was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on May 25, 1803. lu 1821 he graduated from Harvard College where, though not very good in scholarship, he be- # came distinguished in literature and oratory. He was for a while teacher and later a preacher, His ill health, however, prevented his giving the. best to the work. Bec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 April 1919

vT m alir llntapljunr Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1012, at the postollice' at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. A. GAYLE WALDROP Editor-in-Chief C. W. PEPPER I ...General Assistant Editor R. G. MOOD, JR . Assistant Editor R. A. LOVE '. Assistant Editor INEZ AYRES Assistant Editor BERNA SILLURE Assistant Editor ERSYL\BATTLE '. Assistant Editor LUC1LE SNIPES Assistant Editor GEORGE W. TRUITT Business Manager ESTEN WILLIJS'GHAM Assistant Business Manager MARGARET HARVEY ., Assistant Business Managed WHY IS AN EDITORIAL? This is a question that arises ever and now. While it seems to be definitely settled that there are some advantages and benefits accruing from the appearance of editorials in our college papers, still we may gain something by pondering over the purposes of the editorial. Especially would it be well to remember that expres- sions of student opinion in the columns of the paper are editorials. That the Megaphone may not be the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 April 1919

rviffidc \ w "y- w ' ~* ' • \ .■.' .v> ; ';>■,* .. . 'J • ■' ■ ■ . . ♦'SAWBONES" DARSEY TELLS \ OF TRENCH UNTVERSITY "Gay Paree," March 9, 1919. Dear "Dr." Tinsley: Just a word to let you know that I'nj still kickin' and ^enjoying life. I came across June 10th with Co. S, 5th Div. Motor Supply Train, and was in seven offensives, including St. Mihiel and two • in the Argonne-Meuse sector. Am now in PariB attending Sorbonne University and drawing four dollars and thirty [ cents per twenty-four iiours for doing ' it. -Some job for a "buck private!" Breakfast in bed, reveille when I am ;ood and ready, a valuable course in Sorbonne, and "gay Paree." Will be here 'til June 30th, and longer, if no chance for a westward trip, shows up by then and I can. Am taking economics and banking, with special lectures in the Peace Con- ference ,and League of Nations. Am also trying to learn French, at which I am not having much success so far. Am centrally located, only a block and a half from t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 April 1919

I Ji ,! ' ' r ~'f- ■ / «,'•/'• .«,* V >•' JJy | rcn 1^2 . 1 kt ■f HC|t CENTENARY PROGRAM AT Y. W. The Y. W. C. A. met Sunday for en- pther ever-welcome and ever-inspiring Centenary program. Of course wu can never know too much about this jjreat movement and are always glad to hear more about it. The program and then we all sang "I Am Thine, O Lord," with joy arid enthusiasm. Ersyl Battle ren- dered a most beautiful piano solo, which everyone enjoyed. Our interest Avas then held for a few all-too-short mimites by Mrs. Sessions' talk on the Centenary Movement. She showed us haw 'thfis movement "was to embrace the entire world and that it was "only one star in the great flood-light that was to en- lighten mankind." Each one has his or her part in the work and should one fail to do his duty in prayer 01* contribution, the light could not shine so brightly. After another song, we were dismissed with prayer by Aloise Walker. Robert Burns, Travis and other good Cigars at Breneke's. Fres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 April 1919

W? w*~ wv Pi" 1 r ■i , • w Victory pageant of sur- passing beauty. Fea- turing* phases ,of war, before, during ajid after. May 1^1 published every tuesday the school yeas by the students' association of soutihve^teen university established 1907 twelfth year volume xii number 27 georgetown, texas, tuesday, april 15, 1919 s. u. 3 s. M. U. \ 2 s. u. 13 B. M. U. 0 s. u. 7 T. O. u. 4 s. u. 12 T. C. u. 11 s. u. 4 Baylor 2 Today s. u. Baylor .a \ -4 I §$& i to- rn ■ § W'H' - * 'f*r. ■ ' ■ " Wi • 'WM. * '•V' Ay "Oi'.. AMERICAN TENOR REPEATEDLY ENCORED charles harrison delights university audience in ' VASttlD PROGItAM On the evening- of April 8th the audi- torium was crowded with Southwestern students, people of the towns and visi- tor? from several surrounding towns to hear Charles Harrison, the famous Amer- ican tenor, well known through his Vic- trola records. He is an American born, American trained and American accomplished sing- er with a natural and beautiful individ- uality expr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 April 1919

••■'• '■ ' <'.■■* , • , > ari" lis M«x- H' !C Sltyr Hbgaptfnn? tHlabliflJjrii 1907 £afobliBl)?2i 1307 Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. A. GAYLE WALDROP Editor-in-Chief GEORGE W. TRUITT Business Manager ♦ t.Wt * PAY YOUR GYM PLEDGES NOW If we are to have the first college gymnasium in the. State, we must pay our pledges now. S. M. U.'s Building is going up each day; T. C. U. announces plans for a $60,01)0 gymnasium, while State students are planning for a gym at Austin. If we are to be able to compete with these colleges, our gymnasium must begin by the middle of May. Pay your Gym pledges now! MAY PETE VISITORS PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS We have but two weeks to invite our friends to visit us during the May Fete. While the University is officially inviting two senior girls from a large number of high schools to be the guests of the University, we should be think- ing of the "home hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 April 1919

^W^\,;4M mM'^r^r'r v. • ■> ■■ ■ •- n s« • ■ • ■'. ' , . ' .. • •i. ■ ■'" W^!m^.S^fppK! *•■"-■*,?; Jrrrr u^fyrW^. ' -i— • ■1 *$jL '•> • '■;'•• mt ' is- I < >. U: m W"'ii':} 'M'\. ■rS ■ . k-.Tif. VP*£": iE' :« *mn < ' Mil \<!/'.V ji r '; v* ■i&i * How To Cook A Husband ?;'* ><■** • > "'• ' '"', "*5'; 'I •'. . Wfr-V V- It cannot be supposed that any husband will be tender until he is cooked or pickled, and for this reason; we give the following TRIED RECIPE, but do not guarantee' results In selecting your husband, you should not be guided t^y the silvery appearance as in buying mackerel, nor by the golden tint as if you wanted salmon. Be sure and SELECT HIM YOURSELF, as tastes differ. Do not go to the market for him, as the best are always brought to your door. It is far better to have none unless you patiently learn how to cook him. A vessel of the finest aluminum is be^t, but if you have nothing better than an earthenware pipkin, it will do. See that th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 April 1919

I I !# ——. ■ #rm\ $w3 flHwS MAY FETE GIVEN WIDE PUBLICITY (Continued from pags one) college next year—and have them attend our May Fete aa the representatives of your school. We want them to arrive here April 30th and remain until May 2nd. The homes of Georgetown will be open for their entertainment and protection while our guests. They lyill be at no ex- pense from the time they arrive until they leave. Please make your aelectiqn and send me the names at once so we may know whom to expect and assign to homes. Very cordially yours, W.. P. Davidson, Chairman of Committee. SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY MAY FETE. A Victory Pageant Under Direction of Miss Laura Kuykendall Assisted by Miss Fern Helscher, Director of Ex- pression. Miss Anita Storrs, Director of Orches- tra. Professor J. C. Godbey, Director of Band, Dean F. W. Kraft, Fine Arts Depart- ment, Director of Songs. May 1st, 1919, at 0:30 p. m., Woman's Buiding Campus. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30TH. Arrival of High School Representa- tives. Al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 April 1919

HBhMH im. I l'- IBfv 5jj& " ,■ | |: v BES6#'!- HHafc, , : y SBte? „ tf&W 8:30 p. m. Second Annual Debate, Southern Methodist Uni- versity against South- western on "Compul- sory Military Training In Colleges' • h PUBLISHED EVEEY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY , ' ESTABLISHED 1907 TWELFTH YEAR VOLUME XH NUMBER 28 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1919 9 9 9 9 Visitors at the Victory Pageant would be a great number—but how many are you going to invite? Do it now! \ / = K: 'j &SVv VICTORY PAGEANT MOST BEAUTIFUL OF ALL MAY FETES SYMBOLIC AND ORIGINAL DRILLS MAKE THIS MAY DAY CELE- BRATION DISTINCTIVE The Victory Pageant, which form the fifth annual May Pete has taken, will eclipse all previous fetes in beauty and in excellence of execution. For weeks the director of the pageant, Miss Laura Kuykendall, assisted by Misses Helcher and Storrs, has been making ready for "the great Victory celebration which will be given Thursda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 April 1919

xfZ&m \ ' • '* ': iW ♦• SBSIgMBMppffip . Mte, .';i Sty t lifgajjliintp EatabUfllfrft 1907 ffuirlftlf ||rar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. A. GAYLE WALDROP Editor-in-Chief GEORGE W. TRU1TT Business Manager VISITORS AT THE PAGEANT It is not too late to invite our friends to attend the gala day of May 1st. Since this occasion displays Southwestern in a most creditable and attractive manner, the more prospective students present, the larger will be the student body of 1919-1920. Our college loyalty and spirit urge us to make this a record year in number of high school seniors in attendance. "Finish the Job," says the Victory Loan slogan. S i THE NEW MESSAGE OF EASTER The inspiring, thought-provoking talk by President Jiishop to the Y. M. O. A. Sunday evening was one that would have been of profit to the entire student body. The analogy presented, on which the new meaning and less...

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