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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 May 1919

•P< ■ * Sfc! '• v *T" V' t', f*' W K ' Sy i m ■ ' .I'' | 7 ' ~ ? ■■?: •■•'-. ' ^IfPSi - r GEORGETOWN, TEXAS "DRY GOODS & everything TO WEAR The Ad Writer is busy and wont ^top to write an ad. But we have wKat you want and our price is right. •HUMANITY'S PRAYER' Lord's Prayer Explained by Dr. Bishop as "Humanity's Prayer" In the May number of "The Adult Student" there is an article by Dr. Bishop under the heading, "Humani- ty's Prayer." This prayer is the "Lord's Prayer" which, in its deepest sense, is the prayer of humanity. The article treats the relations of father- hood, sonship, and brotherhood which are given in the Lord's Prayer. The opening words of the prayer tell of the true relation between man and God. The fact that God is man's fath- er was, in the eyes of Jesus, a deep re- ality. Human parenthood was but an earthly image of the divine parenthood. The love and care of a faithful father causes him to treat all of his children alike. Just so the fatherly love and wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 May 1919

mm;,: # # #* ### # # ### ****«#*## — ATTENTION! University Stodents 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 All kinds of Cookies and Layer Cakes MODEL BAKERY MEN—For First Class Tonsorial' Work come to The Central Barber Shop South Side Square W. S. Frasier, Prop. ===== THE FIRING LINE THE PURPOSES OP COLLEGE ===== Delicious, Dainty Assortments of Whole Fruits, Nuts, Nougats and Cream. A variety 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 DO mr fir fjr j Boche • Escadrille New War Words Petain Camouflage _____ _____ i—_____ Blighty Bolsheviki Ace Tank Anzac Air Hole Zeebrugge Barrage B"d J,u0"fi:ds h«ddid Webster's NEW INTERNATIONAL Dictionary. For the first time you can find authoritative answers to your questions about the new terms. Fadls are d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 May 1919

, i Q \m \ i •fflfcV... W V§5.. Iff' " Iff '•■ft. I • m~ ■kt- ir ^ L t m & m- Four weeks ahead are examinations — behind are our holidays, our many spring activities. "All's well that ends well." Many courses must he made this last month. published every tuesday the school year by the students' association of southwestern university o UBWBIIT established 1907 twelfth year volume xii number 32 georgetown, texas, tpesday, may 20, 1919 Now that the sea-roving Pirates have won the pennant and Snyder Field hears their cries no more, domes the Frat League with its pleas- ures and fun. Get out to see the games! FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT RECITAL LAST FRIDAY ENSEMBLE CONCERT GIVEN BY JUNIORS IN PIANO AND EXPRESSION Last Friday evening in the Universi- ty auditorium the Juniors of the Fine "Arts Department, under the direction of Miss Annie Ransom, piano instruc- tor, entertained those present with gn exceptionally well rendered recital, an ensemblb concert with selections by ex- pression stud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 May 1919

M r -^w^w^ ■■'""" ■v1 1 ^ • '\"v™' ■ '■ 1 . , ,1 ' *J!fPW!' ^,'^^'™r:i'r' •;" V SfT^'^f.''T"'.TP r-- w^.w-jpnFlWj^l^W^ipiPP^T^'T,.•-. ■ F ■ ", R ^'V^MBnlWHWraKiWRw*' ",. . , ■'•■ _ > w 1 i • 2 '* .2 I * . ■: tt|J <3Ijp iWrgaplumr Efltuhlialjrii 130T (Euirlfllj $rar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March .'{, 1911. A. GAYLE WALDROP....'. * Editor-in-Chief GEORGE W. TRU1TT Business Manager C. W. PEPPER General Assistant Edito R. G. MOOD, JR Assfstant Editor R. A. LOVE Assistant Edito INEZ AYRES '. Assistant Editor BERNA S1LLURE \ Assistant Editor ERSYL BATTLE Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES Assistant Editor ESTEN WILLINGHAM Assistant Business Manager MARGARET HARKEY Assistant Business Manager 1 THE ETERNAL FITNESS OF THINGS" This is a very desirable thing for a student or a student body to possess— to know "the eternal fitness of things,'' the propriety of things, the correct pro- portion, the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 May 1919

' a ™ J 73WW,:,. • l> ir^'Wi B|B||uih^BI 4 > We Have a GOOD Line of GIFTS Suitable For Graduating Presents SENIORS can get En graved Visiting Cards. Come in and look at our Samples—Quick Service. Picture Framing our Specialty t Richardson's Book Store Established 1892 COURT HOUSE OFFICIALS DEFEAT BUSINESS MEN Enthusiastic Crown Sees Business Men Lose to Court House Team by Score of 23-16 One of the most amusing baseball games seen here this year was played on Snyder Field Friday afternoon by two local teams, one made up of men who have offices in the court house and the other of the business men of the town. . Long hits featured the contest through- out, but after the first innning they did not count for so much. The Business Men were obliged to use several pitchers and even then they could not stop the slugging of the Court House crew. Countless errors were made on both, sides but the game was intensely inter- esting from start -to finish because of the tight score and the am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 May 1919

IN*** •• wm I f • ' v ' ATTENTION! University Students We welcome you to our store We carry a complete line of— —FRUITS, ' —CAKES, 4/ —CANDIES, —NUTS, ETC. Come to see us when in need of "Quality Goods." O. K. GROCERY CO. Phone 79 "The Quality Store" Phone 79 OFFICERS OF THE STUDENTS* ASSOCIATION All kinds of Cookies and Layer Cakes MODEL BAKERY 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. A variety 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> # ^######## ##################^#### ############################### New War Words Boche • Escadrille Petain Camouflage Blighty Bolsheviki Ace Tank Anzac Air Hole Zeebrugge Barrage und more"^" *3*152 Webster's NEW INTERNATIONAL Dictionary. For the first time you can find authoritative answers to your questions about the new terms....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 May 1919

r/'+i ■ "A ' Merchant of Venice Fri- day, May 30th. First presentation of Shake- spearean Comedy by Col- lege Class In Dramatic Art in Texas—Elabor- ately costumed. ■■■ v Hi H .' SECOND JOURNALISM CLASS EDITION S; c. ,/v, SIlje ifflggapfrmtg PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 TWELFTH YEAR VOLUME XII NUMBER 33 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY MAY 27, 1919 > ' The old Giddings Hall is fast being razed to the ground—Soon work will begin on the Gym- nasium—By next fall Athletics will be housed In its new home. Wk I 1 [ Y. W. AND Y. M. C. A. HEAR MISSIONARY FROM AFRICA PRESENTS STRONG APPEAL OF AFRICAN PEOPLE FOR KNOWL- EDGE OF THE GOSPEL Mr, Frank McElroy, a Presbyterian missionary, who has been for three and a half years in the heart of Belgian Congo, Central Africa, brought before the Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. in the "Y" room at the University the conditions of Christianity in "horrible Africa," which is not horrib...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 May 1919

Ilpplpf^pf : « .5 «' i t; , <S * I ®Ije iiryaplunir EBtaliliiiljrii lflOT {Tuiflfllf IJrur Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1012, at the postofflce at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911, JOURNALISM CLASS ISSUE Personnel of Class: W. Dwight Wentz, Instructor; Henry 1). Akin, Mar- garet Bare us, Ersyl Battle, Joe L. Berlin, Anna Cecil Evans, Louise Graham, Aubrey A. Graves,'Sam Hay.Harper, 1?. G. Mood, Jr., C. W. Pepper, Helon Post, Berna Sillure, Oren H. Tomlinson, R. Ney Wade, A. Gayle Waldrop. THE ONE ACT PLAY We are saying that today the world is beginning to be run in a new and faster way. There are so many things to be done that there is no time to be wasted; to do the most in the least time is the law of modern living. In liter- ature the long novel was the tiling, now the short story has taken its place*. The war brought us the four-minute speech and it has come to stay. And so has come also one act plays, symbolical of the new age, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 May 1919

i * # , ;)f# BROOKS PRIZE DEBATE TO BE HELD JUNE 14 ANNUAL INTER-SOCIETY DEBATE PROMISES TO BE VERY IN- TERESTING CONTEST On Saturday, June 14, at 8:30 o'clock the San Jacinto Literary Society will meet the Alamo Literary Society in the annual debate on the University plat- form. The question is: "Resolved, that Immi- gration to the U. S. Should Be Prohibit- ed for the Next Four Years with the Following Exceptions: Persons who have members of immediate family in America and skilled laborers." Representing the San Jacs A. B. Eng- lish and Robert A. Love promise to ably defend the negative while Ribert Gibbs Mood, Jr., and Joe Lee Thompson foi* the Alamos are ready to contest just as ably. With these representatives of each society we may confidently look forward to a debate which will not only reflect glory upon each society but in turn will reflect glory upon Southwestern. IS THIS YOUR TRUNK? About a thousand pieees of personal baggage go astray each month, accord- ing to a recent s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 May 1919

% • «i • " ■'"' ' * '' ' ' ' ' * PPUPP f. - ■w.'1 By JfiK'!'1 fe-' 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 All Kinds of Cookies and Layer Cakes MODEL BAKERY rirf ff i f f f f f r rrr ff f rrffrrrr*rrr 1 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. A Av ariety in its contents not equaled by any other package goods - y>\ W Just the Best There Is—That's All THE ALCOVE # It's Fresh All the Time mjr |*r TIT" I Boche • Escadrille IVew WCLt Words Petain Camouflage ____ - * Blighty Bolsheviki Ace Tank Anzac Air Hole Zeebrugge Barrage "nd ™"ercd* •aire Webster's NEW INTERNATIONAL Dictionary. For the first time you can find authoritative answers to your questions about th...

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

0 IP The old cry of "Stay for Commencement!'' is not hoard this year! The Interesting full week beginning Tues- day, June 10th, will be worth the few days— and it won't cost any more!! PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 TWELFTH YEAR VOLUME XII NUMBER 34 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1919 Orchestra Concert June 10th; One Act Plays the 12th; Fine Arts Recital 13th; Class Day Exer- cises, Brooks Prize De- bate 14th; Baccalaure- ate Sermon 15th; Com- mencement Exercises Monday, Jnue 16th. s- l • LaDELLE ENOCHS IN GRADUATION RECITAL B. MUS. GRADUATE IN FINAL RECITAL—ASSISTED BY HELEN QTT.T.F.TT On Thursday evening, June 5th, at 8:30 o'clock at the university auditor- ium, Mr. F. W. Kraft, Dean of Fine Arts of Southwestern, will present for gradu- ation Miss LaDelle Enochs in a piano recital. The program is as follows: I. "Romanee" Op. 11 ....Weber ♦Prelude" Op. 28-15 Chopin "Molto Allegro" (Concerto) Op. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 June 1919

• *■ ■ V i:. t 'V * * W- rw 'J msm .■£'■{ W.\,f ' 01je iipgaphmti" €atabltul?rii 1907 Qlutrlftl) $rar Gr L Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at tho postoflk'e at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of Maxell 3, 1911. A. GAYLE WALDROP ..Editor-in-Chief GEORGE W. TRUITT Business Manager C. W. PEPPER General Assistant Editor R. G. MOOD, JR Assistant Editor R. A. LOVE Assistant Editor INEZ AYRES Assistant Editor BERNA S1LLURE Assistant Editor ERSYL BATTLE Assistant Editor LUC1LE SNIPES Assistant Editor E8TEN W1LLINGHAM Assistant Business Manager MARGARET ifARKEY Assistant Business Manager ERSYL BATTLE ISSUE EDITOR THE MERCHANT OF VENICE The presentation of this well known comedy of Shakespeare, Friday even- ing, by the class in dramatic art, was one that evoked the heartiest and sineer- est praise and commendation of the large audience present. Such a noteworthy achievement, overcoming admirably all difficulties of presentation emphasizes the growth of the Dep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 June 1919

■.WFA;^f!^JSp!W' ;.«■« 'yuprv? ' ■$, V: DRAMATIC AKT CLASS PRE- SENTS MERCHANT OF VENICE r ; (Continueed from page one.) ■ ' I , „ letter of the law, yet his honour too high to be bought with momiy. Mr. Wentz presented tlje Jew not aa a char- acter to be laughed at and hissed off the stage, but father with the modern conception of Shakespeare's Shyloek as a type of his race, a victim of an age, a character to be pitied and given sym- pathy in the court scene, so utterly bowed down, outwitted by the Chris- tian and heart broken, with estate and living gone the audience felt his pathos. The part of Bassanio, the lover, was played by Charles Pepper. The minor characters all deserve spe- cial mention. R. L. Groce as Old Qobbo and Carroll Pope playing the part of Launcelot. Lueile Snipes, this pret- ty Jewish, the daughter of Shyloek, though a subordinate character, she was truty "a most beautiful pagan, a most sweet Jew." She runs off with Lorenzo, played by Margaret Barcus. Particularl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 June 1919

np S8BF 4 :i7™ PsSS <### # #### ###### ## ###« ##### ### # #### ########### #### ■ Hv IN' 5'K 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 All kinds of Cookies and Layer Cakes MODEL BAKERY « ### ########## #### ##### ######## # #> ####### ### # ### ####«> MEN—For First Class Tonsorial Work come to The Central Barber Shop South Side Square W. S. Frasier, Prop. 0' 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 Ail the Time lonnni New War Words Escadrille 5' Boche Petain Camouflage ———— ——— ————— Blighty Bolsheviki Ace Tank Anzac Air Hole Zeebrugge Barrage and |^frea* Webster's NEW INTERNATIONAL Dictionary. For the first time you can find authoritativ...

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

mm JOURNALISM CLASS EDITION 0T-. Non Quis, Sed Quid PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 TWELFTH YEAR VOLUME XII NUMBER 35 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1919 HVDRTt FORTY-FIFTH COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES JUNE 12-16 II- •' ' f F L • m ■V af I I . 45th COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM OF UNUSUAL MERIT ONE ACT FLAYS, CLASS DAY EXER- CISES, DEBATE, SEBMON, AND ADDBESS fm* • m The forty-fifth annual commencement exercises of Southwestern University will begin on the evening of June 12th when a dramatic recital will he given by the class in Dramatic Art. From then un- til Monday noon will follow a most in- teresting program. The annual Fine Arts recital by students in voice, expres- sin and piano and the young men's and women's Glee Clubs will be given Friday evening. The Alumni will hold their annual meeting Saturday morning, at which program several addresses will be made and the seniors, in cap and gown, re- ceived into...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1919

Br te |P^ ;,.r- i ; l.-VJK " * '■; ,'W''1' . •'•• ' mK '. i ' ®hr Csiabltjalfrb 1007 r*rr+*^ ®mrlftl] f par Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1012, at tho Georgetown, Texas, under Act of ostofflce at Congress of March 3, 1611. A. GAYLE WALDROP Editor-in-Chief GEORGE W. TRUITT i. .Business Manager C. W. PEPPER General Assistant Editor R. G. MOOD, JR Assistant Editor R. A. LOVE Assistant Editor INEZ AYRE8 Assistant Editor BERNA 8ILLURE Assistant Editor ERSYL BATTLE Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES .....Assistant Editor ESTEN WILLINGHAM Assistant Business Manager MARGARET HARKEY ,f t Assistant Business Manager JOURNALISM CLASS ISSUE Personnel of Class: W. Dwight Wentz, Instructor: Henry D. Akin, Mar- garet Barcus, Ersyl Battle, Joe L. Bergin, Anna Cecil Evans, Louise Graham, Aubrey A. Graves, Sam Ilay Harper, R. G. Mood, Jr., C. W. Pepper, Helon Post, Berna Sillure, Oren H.- Tomlinson, R. Ney Wade, A. Gayle Waldrop. THE JOURNALISM CLASS Classes in journalism are still you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1919

rrr~ 9 BASEBALL CHAMPIONS SECOND CONSECUTIVE TEAS THEY HAVE HEED LOVING OUP SCORE 13-7 UNIVERSITY METHODIST CHURCH : iwf? vMJrS. "We'll ne'er forget thy fostering care, The quiet ho\ir of morning prayer, The ringing call to service there, Back in old Southwestern." A TRAGEDY OF MANY ACTS I once was bad and did so mean, I hid away my face, And all my Sweetheart's tresses fell To make the hiding place. And once again I acted rude - But turned me not to hide, And lo! there came a keener thrust; I hurt her, for she cried. And Aver since I hide my face And leave it hidden there, Then mine can't mar the one that glows Beneath her silken hair. —L.A.B. • i ♦ TO A YOUNG FRIEND The virgined ones of God who walk In gardens of the Lord, Are sweet as tiny babes that coo To motherly accord. • . ' Their sjippered feet so treadingly Along the . earthly ways, Each movement of the body grace A mother's thoughtful praise. <,1M SJSfe' A something they, that man can't be, even understand— Bat he can ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1919

4 .T.' ATTENTION! University Students We welcome you to our store We oarry 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 r ^####################################^ Aii kinds of Cookies and Layer Cakes MODEL BAKERY 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. A variety 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 T - # - . **> 56-' Mjf ' Tj|f Jar t SAN J ACS IN 'PEP' MEETING Terminate Successful Tear By Esprit de Corps Meeting The San Jacinto Literary Society held its last regular meeting of the year '18 and '19 Monday morning. The regular procedure of business was tabled and the meeting was turned into an old time San Jac pep meeting. Callcott acte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 June 1919

SENIOR CLASS EDITION' h¥£M PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YBAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UN1VEBSITY ALAMOS WIN BROOKS PRIZE EDBATE IffS? ;• * iVp; S' - ♦ ■■ *. f „ FtwW On Saturday evening, June 14, the annual Brooks Prize Debate between the two Jiterary societies of Southwestern, the San Jacinto Literary Society and the Alamo Literacy Society, was held in the University auditorium. Greater interest was manifested in the event this year than has been shown for sev- eral years. This fact, taken together with the intense friendly spirit ofrival- rv which is ever present between the so- cieties but especially so on this occa- sion was very forcibly brought out by the i" shown in the rahs, yells and songs iven immediately before the proceeding of the olbate. The subject for discussion was the immigration question stated thus:- Re- solved, That immigration to the United States should be prohibited for the next four years with the following exceptions: (1) Persons w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 June 1919

ISi 3 elni IRrganbottf war 0mHf^fr«r Stten^ M second-class mail matter, September 7, 1012, at the postoffice at , ' Georgetown, Texas, nnder Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. ■A. GAYLE WALDROP Editor-in-Chief GEORGE W. TBU1TT Business Manager a W. PEPPER General Assistant Editor B. G. MOOD, JR. Assistant Editor B. A. LOVE . Assistant Editor INEZ AYBES ^..Assistant Editor BERNA SILLURE Assistant Editor BRSYL BATTLE Asmstant Editor liNKLE SNIPES Assistant Editor Ml'tW WILLINGHAM Assistant Bnaiaees Manager MABGABET HABKEY Assistant Business Manager SENIOR STAFF IONE COCKE IS8UE EDITOR MABTHA SCHROCK MANAGING EDITOR OUB 8ENlt>RS U<--. V. ■ A wise man was once asked when middle age ceased and old age began. He rwplied: "When a man can no longer learn, can no longer change his opin- ions, can no longer accept new theories, can no longer accept the ideas of otLeis, then he has passed middle age and passed into old age." Onr forty-two seniors yesterday received their degrees and becam...

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