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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 April 1919

- I 'rfltlW^ f ""V ' ■ *V . - ~ ■ . ' V ' • v 1 .. '. DISTINCTION USr . _ „ " mmm^ ' ■ ;^^r?M $1 11 ■ 1 —■——^ WINTER TERM Adams, M. P., Eng. 55, 90. Akin, Henry D., Enj 4, 92; Math. 5,, Sp. 2, 90; Ft. 103, I I \ 1-4. L f ; v mv& V : ■■:■. 1® i 1$ ftp - 97; Hist. 14, 97; "lb. 3, 95. Askew, Clara, Home Ecom. 24, 94. Askew, David, Span. 3, 90; Span. 93; Chem. 1, 94; Shorthand, 34, Ayres, Inez, Eng. 55, 92; Econ. 65, 97; Pb. Sp. 77 92. Aycock, Ruth, Home Econom. 24, 97. Baker, Paul, Eng. 55, 90. '•*•, Barcns, Margaret, Pb. Sp. 77, 94; Ex- pression, 94. Barron, Mabel Agnes, Eng. 55, 90 Pr. 51, 92. ■ ;= 1 - Baskin, Anna Lou, Eng. 4, 93; Exp. 9o. Battle, Ersyle, Eng. 9, 97; Ghem. 3, 90; Piano, 94. Belford, Balph, Fr. 3, 95; Zool 53, 98. Bell, Harvey Robert, Math. 7, 99. Bergin, Joe, Pb. Sp. 77, 92. Betts, Eunice, Hist. 16, 90. Bishop, Bose Boddie, Eng. 55, 93: Fr. 52, 9.; Home Econom. 10, 93; Ed. 65, 90. Bixler, Sarah Louise, Eng. 7, 90; Chem. . ft 3, 93., \ Black, Luvick, Eng. 4, 95; ...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 April 1919

■fkft I I 1 fe:s. y-4iSl*£ CHAPEL ATTENEANCE UNDER MICROSCOPE Six Questions and Answers Sub- * milted—Student Advocates * New Plan (S. M. U. Campus.) jt Editorial Note: The following arti- - cle was submitted to the Campus for publication. The author's name can be had on request. The Campus submits , it as a reflection of student opinion and as- sumes no responsibility ofr the stand taken. From all sources . comes complaints about chapel exercises. These complaints Hare of various kinds. Here are some of the questions which are asked: 1. Why isn't a check kept on chapel attendance ? 2. Why are the students so discourte- ous in their attitude toward chapel speakers ? 3. Why are twenty or more girls so nv reverent as to remain seated and study while the rest of the student body is standing and someone is leading in pray- er? 4. Why don't the professors attend chapel ? 5. Why isn't it clearly understood that a chapel speaker stops talking af- ter the ringing of the first bell? 6. Why d...

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

'"• «'h V' W&' ■ *$* v rj - y'^t" fi" ■ ';' '' M 'N * V >"■ y jf*t H ..n fcfe< * MAY FETE EDITION rim Patrons, friends, old students, hear the call of the May Fete and re- turn In large numbers to witness the greeatest Pageant in the South. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 TWELFTH YEAR VOLUME Xn NUMBER 29 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1919 In beauty, In riot of col- or, in grace of move- ment, in ease of elocu- tion, in perfection of detail what ' surpasses our May Fete. Victory Pageant Most Beautiful of May Fetes DAY IDEAL FOR PATRIOTIC PAGEANT HISTORY OF WORLD WAR CARRIED OUT IN STRIKING AND SYMBOLIC DRILLS Very early in the afternoon the crowd, began to gatheT to witness the fifth annual May Fete of Southwestern University. The beautiful campus of the Woman's Building formed a stage upon which the Victory Pageant of 1919 was given. The crowd was seated upon tiers of seats arranged in t...

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

W^'+Pyp*™., ly m^mm * '• >,'•. • .,, A' 4 .■/'■: u * "*'■ • •■ . > J. 5, $ "r . r LARGE STUDENT BODY EXPECTED NEXT YEAR. PROJECTS FOB RETURNING TO NORMAL STUDENT BODY OF 500 ABE ENCOURAGING The President of the College, when ap- proached on the subject of the prospects for new students next year, said that he had about eight hundred prospective stu- dents on the list of which number he he expected that some-thing over one- fourth would become Southwestern stu- dents. This with a return of a normal number of present students insures an approximation of the normal student body of five hundred, the ideal number for an academic college. At present the executive committee is working on a plan by means of which interest in the growth of the student should be great- ly increased among present students. Dr. Bishop also said that the number of inquiries and application insured a large summer school an dsummer normal during the coming normal as well as a great summer school of theology....

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

SAN JACINTO 1 „** .turn ~ Tg^lT'Tt gyf Tr- v>',;™'f '!'; ;+S;; mi "i'i — i r •■—ij-rirrr w>;- ■ debating assumes a large place in southwestern. IN DEBATING HELD WITH 8. M. U., T. O. U. AND TRINITY I-j Southwestern has held thre« inter- collegiate debates this year, one with S. M. U, held at Georgetown, one with 'Trinity at Georgetown and one with 'T. C. U. at Fort Worth. The first two formed the Triangular Debate, which has come to be an annual affair with Trinity, T. C. U. and Southwestern. The question this year was submitted by Southwestern and was a question proposing Government ownership of railroads. Gayle Waldrop and Paul Young represented the affirmative, and George Truitt and Oren Tomlinson the negative for Southwestern. Although the decisions were rendered .in favor of the opposing teams, Southwestern put ■up a creditable showing which spoke "well for the training of the boys. Did mot the multiplicity of activity at S. U. handicap the debaters in the matter of time, ...

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

M'v 11J „ 1: '"•mmgmtm ——— fW® -■'■ £NGIE SMITH Kiug of May 19J6 HELEN ROBERTSON CrOwned Victory Pageant Queen "vHail to Helen, All Hail! Queen of Victory and Peace, Your reign marks the time When the Great War did cease!" IWLiss Robertson possesses an unusual graciousness and charm which make her truly worthy of being Southwes- tern's honored and beloved Queen of May. During her four years ip college, Miss Robertson has been one of the most representative students of Southwes- tern. She has been unusually popular both with the faculty and with the stu- dents—a fact which is proved by the many honors that she has won. She has been represented in all college ac- tivities and organizations. Even in her freshman year she was a member of The Megaphone staff. She has al- ways been among the officers of the Woman's Self-Government Association and in her junior year she was elected president of the Woman's Honor Coun- cil and vice president of the Young Woman's Christian Association. Mist ...

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

' *"s Tnftt# y, ■ jRi® •%;J — y^1*W|tiT*gwni ■ • — :. -■* ■ . / F*3*> ' fe ^ p|Pf9 r 7^ - I ■■ " I I A J «T- y— •3k )• '/• ■ • - .< - (Mt ~ * < * ill"*#® lillll JliiitL ■Mf^H . ""h -; v * - <;• f ,' .•• .v v ItL fflmm i f, % - ',-- ' :<--y.---':. k'M -:■>. a 'X % >" -' , '••> ' - v-" - - *• ■ - t H •• .. •. - •. -: • ^ ' i i * SBS®** IK... mmm p^a i < *« —1 • . | I 1 I I I B 'j ' or* ••" _ 1 th The new home of BELLE OF WICHITA. This is the largest and mo^l modern mill in the en- I H t. r. ■ ■' I k- 1 WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS Grain Storage 1,000,000 Bushels Correspondence Solicited Daily Capacity 3,500 Barrels Flour Twenty-nine Country Elevators ,iV: K. ■ ■CjFwP ' ■ ' I ■"> itp: &s5f f N$|aH **) r.jaLH '• v. ;• •/ •;, ./ y m''" ' *' 1 's< '"WmbEIIM * nMMMR ei %. 1 ■/M® •\ a* m ■ ■

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

tfltabliflhrii 130? ffiuirlfllj $rar QA.YLE WALDROP Editor-in-Chief ^BQBQE^W^TRUITT.. Business Manager I THE VICTORY PAGEANT MAY FETE The celebration of the crowning of the Queen of May harks back to early English history. In adopting such a custom in Southwestern, "the olden time" is then linked to the present time, hence to the new age. Pour years," since its very inception, the May Pete has been celebrated with a world war in progress; twice before our entry into the war and twice since has the Queen of May been crowned in these surpassingly beautiful pageants that are distinctively South- western's own. This year marks the fifth annual celebration, but the first one with the world at peace. It is therefore significantly and rightfully dedicated to a glorious Victory Celebration. And underneath its wealth of detail, its never-to-be-forgotten riot of colors, its. unique newness and charming oldness, is the dominating ideal of college loyalty and national patriotism—college unity e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 May 1919

1 I I 9 I o Si ■ 'h* (Continued from pags one) as she works it out in her mind, and works with ..untiring energy toward per- fecting each detail; never being satis- fied until she reaches her ideal. The many details associated with the plans of the celebration necessarily require competent assistants to aid Miss Kuy- kendall, and here again, her leadership is thoroughly demonstrated in the man- ner in which she draws about her her corps of assistants and gets the hearty co-operation needed to realize results. So it ip that she has justly earned the reputation of being one of the most able pageant directors in the South. As a woman and friend, enough can hardly be said for Miss Kuykendall. As Dean of Women this year she has acted wisely and justly at all times, and has improved the campus and campus and grounds to the joy of the students. Southwestern not only owes to her a great debt of gratitude for giv- ing us the great prominence we have gained through the reputation of the May F...

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

■91 IF ■ #ir T:'\^fPf , t ate HreSI i ' ■>; 5 vl 5-•*' '**Wp* I s THE WORK OF THE Y. M. 0. A. i fm. By, I Southwestern had early indications of a live Y. M. C. A. for this year, when the new president, secretary and religious chairman weDt to the Student Conference at Hollistet, Mo., last June. Representatives from the Associations of the colleges of the Southern States meet in this annual conference to better fit themselves for their positions os • Christian leadership; and it was at Hol- lister last June that our three repre- sentatives caught a vision and afi in- spiration that bade fair to make things hum back here at home. The new cabinet did not wait for the fall term, but began in the summer to take time by the forelock. The old chemistry room at the Administration Building had been used a a "Y" room the previous year, and its walls were "bleak and barren.'1 A cabinet mem- ber who was in Georgetown during the summer resolved that the room was go- ing to be made more attrac...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 May 1919

if'?'.' ZXfjJ mm. m ■4 J /?* ;r-' xl * DEPJ •AiV 'H< MR. W. DWIGHT WENTZ ead of Public Speaking Department INTEREST IN DRAMATIC ART INCREASES IN SOUTHWESTERN In the last few years the world has probably gone through its greatest stag- es of action. More and more interest has been displayed in the drama and dra- matic art. People are coining more and more to appreciate the true worth of the drama and give it its proper place. Dramatics in Southwestern under the directorship of W. Dwight Wentz* in- structor in Dramatic Art, has gro with the times. In the year '13 and ' there was a small class, but no publi performance was given, only a small an exclusive recital in the form of an ex- amination. - The next year at the termination of the majors work a larger recital was giv- en. In the spring of 1916 a play was given v shortly after America's entrance into the world war. For this play admission was charged and all pronounced it a success. i The war rather put damper upon all college ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 May 1919

SOUTHWESTERN TO BE HOST OF. CLUB B0T8 AND OIBL8 1,. fa ■p m X- " \ . County Agent 0#en W. Sherrill and those connected with the office have completed arrangements for holding the Williamson County Club Boys' and Girls' Encampment this year at South- western University and has enlisted the assistance of a number of the faculty of that institution in making the affair a success. All the equipment of the University will be available for the use of t^ie encampment, including dormi- tories, class rooms, Athletic parks and the like, and it is now ascertained that there will be at least two hundred boys and half as many girls in attendance. This is a great opportunity for the girls and boys of Williamson county to spend a week under the very best influences possible and learn much of the problems of life as well as to secure some woll- balaifted diversion. Make your ar- rangements to be in Georgetown to at- tend this the greatest of all encamp- ments for boys and girls in July, is the advi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 May 1919

\ T J A TEN OP THE FIFTEEN BASEBALL GAMES WON V '}{■ : ■ 1 . L ' When the first signs of spring appear Southwestern athletic enthusiasts begin the baseball season each year1 by playing over in their minds the games of a few former years and eagerly inquire about the Southwestern chances i&r the coming Beason. Baseball has been the most pop- ular sport in Southwestern University, not because of its popular national standing alone, but because it is the sport in which we have performed most creditably each year. At the close of the season we have been among the first three or four colleges in the state. Al- though lacking the big student body of men to pick from, Southwestern has de- veloped year after year some all-state men of the diamond and made all games hotly contested ones for the opposition. During the present season the college was fortunatein securing Coach Flana- gan to engineer the Pirate machine and" under his efficient instruction and with his enthusiasm he has a tea...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 May 1919

lira™' TOIP® o- y$srw$$ FflTOE mm j*+ I L ■? Kj^ I If" tVAv CiT o. | I I I ; 1 ■Bag m.. if ;! ' ' ' fe.& JwH $'•'• ■ §••'<•- * jh*'"-V (Jif SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY GEORGETOWN, TEXAS CHARLES McTYEIRE BISHOP, ** A. M., D. D., The intellectual, forward looking Presi- dent of Southwestern University, hkmb «w VIEW FROM WEST ENTRANCE Southwestern was con- ceived in the spirit of Christ, dedicated to the salvation of man, and has through the years of its history ever more en- riched the spiritual life of the Nation. II Now, more than ever before, does society need institutions from which it can draw its leaders, filled with the spirit of Christ. Southwestern, therefore, re-dedicates it- self to the exalted work of making men and wom- en with the Master's vision. , UNIVERSITY METHODIST CHURCH ALBERT SHIPP PEGUES, A." M., Litt. D., Respected Dean of the University, and trustful lover of Southwestern students. VJ 0 ■M iM ■ ' f> '■ '-V: J ■ v'-J ^ ' Vjj; W? v- -o ■ ; -- \ h ^9|fi . -...

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

¥• ; h%; .■ |'v . - 1 •:s * .«; I I! ; |r — " iU, - I [ *" •# ZKl Six weeks tests axe guests this week—begin to prepare the way for the home going reports —Write of the surpass- ing value of student ac- tivities and of how hard you are studying now. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 TWELFTH YEAR VOLUME XII NUMBER 30 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1919 Chas. J. Woodbury Southwestern students, with those of other in- stitutions in Texas, have the rare privilege of hearing this personal friend give an intimate character portrayal of Emerson. WOODBURY, NOTED EMERSONSCHOLAR LECTURES 7,8 AND 9 GREATEST LIVING AUTHORITY ON AMERICAN WRITER GIVES PERSONAL REMINISCENCES Charles J. Woodbury, of Oakland, Cal., who is to lecture at Southwestern Uni- versity Wednesday, Thursday and Friday eveiy^ngs of this week, is widely known as the greatest living authority on Ralph Waldo Emerson. Mr. Wood- bury was thrown into ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 May 1919

f ■> L \ m If* SSHE ®lff iipgapbnne EfltahUflfjrft 19 AT Smrlftlj $car Editor-in-Chief SUGGESTIONS Several weeks ago a short editorial appeared on the chapel problem with a reprint from the S. M. U. Campus concerning the situation at Dallas. Two sug- gestions have come from this: one has to do with an action the administration might take; the second with an attitude that the student body should assume. In the first place, why allow students to string into chapel from ten o'clock until the final " You are at liberty," when by a locking of the chapel doors the devo-' tional exercises and announcements might jfroceed with some satisfaction and or saying, and one professor has said quite correctly that it would exhaust all interrupted and for most purposes the best results dissipated. In the second place, if the student body is not always interested in what the leader is reading profit to those within? This would be a happy alternative to having the service the talent in the world to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 May 1919

ItiHPiPS/fcP^#{ ■ - ■v, ," ;,1i "• ) y fin BOUSING CHAPEb SERVICE FOLLOWS MAY FETE (Continueed from page one.) , \ port. There are to be bigger plane for the next May Fete and Homecom- ing next spring. Following this talk many of the par- ents and old students and friends of Southwestern told of their loyalty to Southwestern and of their enjoyment of the wonderful May Fete. In the midst of these voluntary remarks Dr. Bergin entered and joined in the applause. In hjs speech he gave many facts and in- cidents to prove the value and perma- nency of Southwestern and her ideals. He spoke on "Southwestern and the Making of the World." "We are in the making of the world. It is a glo rious time for Southwestern and her young people. Let us be happy be alive and in the high tide." These he spoke of the large number of South- western" men found among the lawyers, educators^ farmers, and other men of the State. He spoke of Ju'i^e Me (Jul- lough at the "top of the silo" in Wacoj who may bi our ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 May 1919

BsE1 ®. fm m iif' ■ I R \ <r,.: 4 WU t ■ ■ fefi;" it;- ' " ilk-' SbSwS&4-. ATTENTION! University Students We welcome you to our store We carry a complete line of— —FRUITS, —CAKES, —CANDIES, —NUTS, ETC. Come to see us when in need of "Quality Goods." O. K. GROCERY CO. Phone 79 -"The Quality Store" Phone 79 Ali kinds of Cookies and Layer Cakes MODEL BAKERY pfriwrrrf rrrrrrrrrrrrrrirr--^^ tm ** * MEN—For First Class Tonsorial Work come to The Central Barber Shop South,Side Square W. S. Frasier, Prop. * !! Delicious, Dainty Assortments of Whole Fruits, Nuts, Nougats and Cream. Avariety in its contents not equaled by any other package goods Just the Best There Is—That's All THE ALCOVE It's Fresh All the Time I cma mmmmm cuss dd dd enzm m New War Words Boche • Escadrille Petain Camouflage ■— 1 Blighty Bolsheviki Ace Tank Anzac Air Hole Zeebrugge Barrage "nd "rBdl ^X" Webster-s NEW INTERNATIONAL Dictionary. For the first time you can find authoritative answers to your questions abou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 May 1919

m f-% Bt?? I 7*Wm ftTv The First Journalism of South weeotru presents itself In tills 81st issue of Volume 12 Of* Tho Megaphone. Do the results justify such a class? Yours for bet- ter journalism! PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAH BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 ; * TWELFTH YEAR VOLUME XII NUMBER 31 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1919 What plans for the sum- mer after* "happy conclusion of the spring term? Southwestern "has need of thee" and the home town expects you to be a leader. Plan accordingly. WOODBURY MAKES EMERSON AND HIS ASSOCIATES REAL LECTURER CHARMS LISTENERS WITH PERSONAL REMINIS- CENCES OF EMERSON Charles J. Woodbury, noted Emerson scholar and authority, in a series of three lectures on May 7 and 8 brought before Southwestern University in an intimate and personal wAy America** great essay- ist, Ralph Waldo Emerson. Mr. Wood- bury, since he was a pertonal friend and associate of Mr. Emerson for many years, was able t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 May 1919

- Y alir ilfgaphnnp Eutablialjrii 1907 !;)j Suirlftlj $rar A. GAYLE WALDROP Editor-in-Chief GEORGE W. TRUITT Business Manager JOURN ALISM CLASS ISSUE Personnel of Class: W. Dwight Wentz, Instructor; Henry D. Akin, Mar- garet Bareus, Ersyl Battle, Joe L. Bergiu, Anna Cecil Evans, Louise Graham, Au! rev A. Graves, Sam Hay Harper, R. G. Mood, Jr., C. W. Pepper, Helen Post, P.orna isillure, Oren H. Tomlinson, R. Nev Wacle, A. Gayle Waldrop^ >• THE PURPOSE OF THE JOURNALISM CLASS , The essential purpose of the journalism class is to train students who are interested in journalism. It teaches the student self-expression in the best form. In writing a news story the essential thing is to get the point of interest and to write it up from that point. That is one of the purposes of the journalism 'class. Au attractive title often makes an article and the study of journalism trains the student in forming attractive titles. One of the most important purposes of the journalism class that was ...

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