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

' ■ ". ' ■ "• ,' ' / - f/ .. • ■/} i#9J! PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTEBN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 THIBTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XIII NUMBEB 9 OEOBOETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 2, 1919 * DR. MIMS SPEAKS ON ART OF RIGHT THINKING VANDEBBILT ENGLISH PROFES- SOB DISCUSSED UNDERGRAD- UATE MIND W- ! • * n* * Ft r . f Dr. Edwin Mima, who is at the head of the English Department of Vander- bilt University, occupied chapel last Tuesday and lectured to a large audi- ence of students and townapeople in the University auditorium. 'Dr. Mims is a man well known to the larger universi- ties, having served as Professor of Eng- lish at Johns Hopkins, at the University of Virginia, at Peabody College, and at Vanderbilt since 1912. He is also an author and an editor of some repute, editing the "South Atlantic Quarter- ly." During the past summer Dr. Mims delivered a series of lectures on "The Art of Bight Thinking" to large audiences at Chautauqua, New Yo...

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

* * J v V • v - * m. i? I lp: Ki- K D sl ' Im„ &ir 1.1: jejit •' I H kf'V H if K' I >/. T ®ljf flegaplfmtp Cjrtabliuljrii 1907 Qlljlrtrrnlij fear Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1012, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. MISS KUYKENDALL Miss Laura Kuykendall left Saturday for Temple where she will undergo a very serious operation. Miss Kuykendall will be ab- Bent during the month of December. It is not necessary to remind ourselves of the affection we hold toward Miss Kuykendall, it is not necessary to say how we shall be wishing and working for Miss Kuy- kendall. Miss Kuykendall has been in serious need of the operation for some time and the doctors all advised it; but she has wished to delay it. At the advice of friends and relatives she haa finally con- sented to the operation. The Annex is like an army without a general when Miss Kuykendall is gone, but the authorities of the Annex have no fear of disorganizatio...

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

Wf wBS mi m iE#P Jp W$T*Sr : ' V 'I- ? '<( ' . 5pw VV- '.*• •" mwh r* i'. '•.'B ■TMiP r 1 =*= — ■' y . * 11 i §§ af ill J I I- | I JK . r" ' HAY ALLISON The screen's most captivating Comedienne—In the play that made the the weather famous "FAIR AND WARMER'' The funniest farce ever written in seven parts, at— l THE MONARCH Wednesday Matinee and Night Resgular Prices TEMPLE CLUB HAS . ' THANKSGIVING DINNER ~4- ) > ? §§ J • t , ' ■p W-- | 1 I I 1 > m 1 , ■ i | j 111 Students and Visitors from Temple Cel- ebrate Turkey Day at Annex , The Temple Club had an old-time Thanksgiving dinner at the Annex on Turkey Day. The iarge tables decorat- ed with the blue and white of Temple High were completely filled and even a third was necessary to accommodate the entire crowd. Besides the students, sev- eral parents and friends from Temple were present, and.; the dinner party was a merry one. Near the end of the meal yells were given and other manifesta- tions of their presence were madd. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 2 December 1919

B*. .'t\: . ♦ 7V' " v- • > -V,:- •"wro,.;. Rf^tv .'■*■■ ' "v ' ■'*$¥■% ' io ?v V *-" ?*>" WRIGLEYS 6 c a package before the war 5 5 c a package during the war • . / ' .{■ c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! Raymond Hutto of Waco was a wel- comed guest of his many friends here. Paul Stokes was here with the S. M. U. team and formed a part of the Mus- tangs' rooting section. He—'' I have an awful cold, dear.'' She—"How did you get itf" ' He—"From drinking out of a damp cup. LET JACK WRAY Have your LAUNDRY Agent for Troy Steam Laundry Service and Satisfac- tion Guaranteed. Ruth Williams and Bobert WillraroS of McDade spent Thanksgiving with their sister, Olive, who accompanied them home to spend the week-end. Beuben Gray, Bascom Thomas, and C. B. Hooton were guests at the Pi Kappa Alpha house Thanksgiving. All three are members of the law school at Texas*. Oeorge Thomas, a brother of Bascom, and Paul B. Baker were also guests of the fraternity. They are teaching $...

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

■—■■ >f V Ifc * On Your Books! Only One More Week of Work PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIII NUMBER 10 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 9, 1919 Don't Bust Your Courses. It' will Spoil Your Holiday ; i 3K; W •>? ' 7®$ . DR. SOUTHWICK TO READ TWELFTH NIGHT WELL KNOWN READER TO FILL SECOND ENGAGEMENT IN SOUTHWESTERN Dr. Henry Lawrence Southwick, Pres- ident of the Emerson School of Oratory of Boston, will read "Twelfth Night" in the University auditorium next Thursday night at seven-thirty. Tfhis will be the fourth number of the regu- lar University lyceum course. Dr. Southwick is Thursday filling his second engagement in Southwestern. Last year Dr. Southwick read Sheri- dan 's "The Bivals," and so entertain- ed the enthusiastic .crowd that heard him 'that the announcement of his en- gagement for nineteen nineteen has caused universal approbation among those that heard him. B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 December 1919

'? * m X'■■■ • : «.r gl|p IMpgapljnttg €*tabiiaifp& ianr Qtytrtmrtl} f; «r Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1012, at the postofflce at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. BOBEBT G. MOOD, JB ...Editor-in-Chief C. E. WILLINGHAM ' Business Manager EBSYL BATTLE General Assistant Editor 'UlsNBY D. AKIN-.. Assistant Editor TOM H. GIBBS Assistant Editor AUBBEY A. GBAYES Assistant Editor JOE L. BERGIN .Assistant Editor IVY STB AW Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor LAURA COURTNEY Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES -..Assistant Editor GRACE ANNA KERB Assistant Business Manager MANLEY LEE PEABCY Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant BusSness Manager SUBSCBIPTION PRICE $J.25 PER YEAR "College spirit is a bold and hardy determination to cultivate and discipline our powers, with the aid of all that men have learned before us; and then to pour the whole stream of our power into the noble tasks of our time." —Justice Wendell P. Sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 December 1919

. J,. .J .1 ffwm Watches, Diamonds, Jewe S erware, Fountain Pens, Peresian Ivory, S. U. Memory Books WILCOX BROS. Jewelfers and Stationers > f|||l Ip- jfl® H w W( if*' -V II?/ . two More s. u. weddings added to list last week I m- Chapman-Hamilton, Phelan-Carr Involve -' Two Students of '16 9*1* "3 * ' I m The San Antonio Express of Decem- ber 3 records the weddings of two more Southwesterners, both students of '16. Mr. Dow Chapman, who is the South- westerner involved in the first wedding, Was here in 1915-1916, while Miss Carr, now Mrs. Phelau, was a graduate in 1916. The Express accounts read: • "Married at the home of the bride's parents, Miss Pearl Hamilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hamilton, to A' i Lorenzo Dow Chapman. The groom is in the Internal Bevenue Department, and is making his headquarters at San Angelo, Texas. The young cquple are * " on a bridal tour,to El Paso and other points and on their return will make . their home in San Angelo." "J. E, Phelan of Mine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 December 1919

WRIGLEYS 6 5 5 c a package before the war c a package during the war c a package NOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! % B Sfgg, fir r VNs Q.1 WHEN YOU ABB OLD When you are old and gray and full of sleep, And nodding by the Are, take down this book, - And slowly read and dream of the soft look Yonr eyes had once, and of their shad- ows deepj^ y How many loved your moments of glad grace, And loved your beauty with love false ' or true; 1 « But one man loved the pilgrim soul in you, And loved the sorrows of your chang-. ing face. —W. B. Yeats. GOOD NIGHT! Teacher—"What Js a coat of mailt" Bright Guy—"I know." Teacher—"Well, tell us, Percival." Bright Guy—"It's a knight shirt." -Awgwan. , . CLOTHES AND COFFEE > While in the Army I was accompanied by a sergeant that, to hear him talk, was one of the brainiest men Uncle Sam had hired. On pass one Sunday, in a certain town, a young woman wj met on the street asked us if we cared to go to her honse and have a cup of coffee. On arrivin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 16 December 1919

M sm& Miss Ann Ex and Mr. Mood Hall art «nfn^'ng * few day* at home next week. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL TEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY SENIORS ENDORSE ACTS OF HONOR COUNCIL {JLASS OF NINETEEN TWENTY MAKES STRONG RESOLUTIONS ON HONOR COUNCIL A called meeting of the Senior Class Friday morning at chapel passed strong Resolutions stating the sentiments of the Jiem or Class on the .question of the hon- or council. The resolutions are: . WHEREAS, the members of the fctudent-body have demonstrated a lack fit the sympathetic co-operation neces- sary to the proper worlcing out of the Jlonor System in Southwestern, and, WHEREAS, this attitude of indiffer- ence and lack of co-operation seems tp be fostered by a certain few individuals among the upper classes who lack sym- pathy with the Honor System, and WHEREAS, we wish to use our in- fluence to secure the best possible work of the Honor System, which we believe to be the best possible plan for the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 16 December 1919

jfm $2$ Utegapljaup tatabltBtj^ 1907 QJljtrtmttlj Entered as secon<|-elass mail matter, September 7, 1012, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. MERRY CHRISTMAS The Megaphone wishes for each of its readers the merriest, happiest, holiday possible. May the days spent at liome be happy ones, and may the hours spent in holiday merriment be gay ones; may the time of resting from labor be a recreational one; may the happiness of renewed resolves bring good omens to the beginning of the New Year. • Merfy Christmas. CHRISTMAS SPIRIT Perhaps few have thought of the true conception of Christmas spirit. The young child thinks of Christmas merely as the time when Santa Claus comes and when his little stocking is filled with fruit, candy and various toys. This is indeed the happiest time of the year for him. It is Christmas and he too moves along in. the fast moving current of the Christmas spirit. The child's mind develops rapidly and in a few years...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 16 December 1919

:.ff j MMM^HHQPPPRPIII 'V'-Pr^ ■ ■ *•"' 'i sp^l I Cn* KS& WPWSJPS '•^PPrWi'^iy , ' m i ■ mm 11 | I" m"n < l$P = = Buy USEFUL Christmas Gifts ! SUCH AS- vwk4 ?V :-: 8$tf Neckwear, Silk Sox, Gloves, Belts, Handkerchiefs, Shirts, Bath Robes, Clothing, Shoes Grips. FOR THE LADIES BUY Silk Hosiery, Hand Bags, Purses, Table Scarfs, Slumber Slippers, ' Laundry Bags, Fancy Combs, etc. -BUY NOW | • i The Stromberg-Hoffman Co. The Man's Store The Womans* Store •'f'-S ■ czM ■■: ~' ■ jj, - ,r I. — KNEW THE SYMPTOMS * «■ rsr 41 OFFICIAL NOTICE :i'" The members of the University com- munity will hereby take official notice ■""* that Smylie Morrell has three twenty- dollar* gold pieces. We trust that this notice: will relieve Mr. Morrell of the necessity of flashing the aforesaid coins on every possible occasion in order to *• let everyone know about them. .: .■ ■ . *®8®! — , "Madam,' announced the new maid, "Your husband is lying unconscious in the ..reception hall, with a large/box be- si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 16 December 1919

WRIGLEYS x,. ™ 5 c 9 package before the war & 5 c a package during the war c a Package THE FLAVOR LASTS so does THE mm Dm S.T- YE TOWNE PHILOSOPHER. WE WEEE talking ABOUT THE great QUADRENNJAL Student Volunteer Convention ' :;- TO BE held AT DE8 MOINES * DURING the Christmas vacation AND SOME ONE figures it ont THAT THE total expenses OF THE seven thousand delegates WOULD AGGBEGATE NEABLY A half million dollars, AND THE QUESTION was raised WAS IT worth it. - i. AND SOME were not sure. and 'are tried to Comprehend the tbemendous significance of bbinging together Under such auspices seven thousand picked men and women, * * . THE VEBY strongest personalities AND THE coming leaders FBOM FIVE hundred American colleges TO CONSIDER the tremendous chrilen TO consider the^ tremendous challenge ■ OF THE present world crisis TO THIS student ^generation TO CONCENTBATE themselves TO THE spiritual, moral and social uplift OF THE PEOPLES of the earth, AND WE believed THAT IT WAS WELL worth the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 January 1920

IP YOU DON'T SET- TLB DOW*, YOU'LL HAVE TO SETTLE UP WITH THE DEAN AT THE END OF THE TEEM. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OP SOUTHWESTEBN UNIVERSITY I'S LS f S. U. PRESENT VICTROLA TO DEAN OF WOMEN MISS KUYKHNDALL WBITES LET- TEB OP THANKS—PRESENT MADE AT HOSPITAL As a token of their love for Miss Kuykendall and as a Christmas gift of good eheer from' the Southwestern stu- dent body came the mahogany cabinet alee Victrola which arrived as a Christ- mas parcel at Boom 223 of the Temple 8anitarium the day before Christmas Eve. The gift cfcme as a contribution from every individual student of South- western and was sent with a few rec- ords direct from Waco and came to Miss Kuykendall the day before the opera- tion. It bore the card, "Prom the Southwestern Student Body." MiBS Kuykendall's sincere appreciation and pleasure for the gift }s shown through the telegram which she sent, as follows: '' Students of Southwestern Universi- ty, I am wishing fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 January 1920

®hp Upgauljnnp Establtalffit 1907 Olljtrtrmtij flrar Watered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1012, at the postoffiee at Georgetown, Texas, under Art of Congress of March 3, 1911. ' ROBERT G. MOOD, JR Editor-in-Chief C. E. WILLINGHAM .Business Manager , ER8YL BATTLE General Assistant Editor HENRY D. AKIN. Assistant Editor TOM H. GIBBS Assistant Editor AUBREY A. GRAVES Assistant Editor JOE L. BERGIN...J Assistant Editor IVY STRAW Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor LAURA COURTNEY i Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES Assistant Editor GRACE ANNA KERR Assistant Business Manager MANLEY T.BK PEARCY Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON .* Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1^5 PER YEAR "College spirit is a bold And hardy determination to cultivate and discipline our powers, with the aid of all that men have learned before us; and then to pour the whole stream of our power into the noble tasks of our time.'' —Justice Wendell P. Stafford. Supreme Court of D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 January 1920

.r ' PP Vvi'' 7 • ■ #, '• V • ~ "■v > , ' ■ SBst'' Iff m * s?, 1 , f Richardson's Book Store * * x t w:< m m ♦ ■ Appreciates your patronage. Anything the student needs. Picture Framing our Specialty ' V* ... *;>'? • ' . t*2f Richardson's Book Store Establiehed 1892 - C/ii ■i ;?1 'COME CLEAN' (By M. D. Crackel) When the game is on and your friends about, And yon could put your rival out, By a trick that's mean, but wouldn't be seen;* Come clean, my lad, come clean! A PRAYER When exams are called and you want to v*. ; v:>' ■ g & MM, , , -.-J 1-r—rr—7—t r-: ; ~ r ~ , • And yon know how you could lead yonr class, But the plan's not square—you know ! ' it's mean Come clean, my lad, come clean! With the boss away you've a chance to shirk, Not lost your pay—not have to Work, He'll neither fire you nor vent his spleen; Come clean, my lad, come clean! When you're all alone with no one about And not a soul would find it out, • You're tempted to do- a thing that's mean; Come el...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 January 1920

PlgFP wm _L INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES. UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS Billy Disch has issued the first base- ball tryout call. Twenty-seven games have been scheduled. Dr. K. P. Barton has occupied the chapel hour for the past wea k. An interfrat prize eontest based on scholarship, athletics, good business management, good house rules, coaching new men in ideals of frat, sociability, democracy, religion, temperance and loyalty, has been the main subject of discussion in the Daily Texan and in student convocations. The University basketball schedule includes three games, of which the one with Southwestern is second. Blasco Ibanez has cancelled his lec- ture date at the University. Editor Ling of the Daily Texan was the victim of a robbery in which he lost his watch and purse. 137 students "busted" Geology I at the University. T. C. U. A Soph Fresh football game was won by the Sophs by a ten-to-nothing score. The Sophs won out in the inter-class football. A degree' of Bachelor of Oratory is to be off...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 January 1920

«w« mm t % v ?' r / K 1 i \ l v\_ ' \ W y \/ ._y*. A a 1 Make Your Date * to Hear the Quartet Saturday Night PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Go to Y. M. C. A. Study Groupes Thursday Night ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIII. NUMBER 13 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS TUESDAY, JAN. 20, 1920. SMILES SUBJECT FOR Y. W. C. A. PROGRAM FLEMING, GRAHAM, BRYAN, MOOD, BASSETT TAKE PABT OH DE- VOTIONAL PROGRAM "t •/ , ■ A- . • SWvT.." j -i-Sw ;* raL* IS nu r. •JrvtfW'wQ -m, Ul-r r-'': 11034 ■ || li f/ v ... IS Jpj " fc Mnch wonder was occasioned as to the nature of the Y. W. C. A. program Sun- day evening when the table place cards hore the announcement, "8 5280 ft. 8." When this mystifying hieroglyphic was translated into the simple word 'Smiles' it brought the Y. W. message presented through the evening's program, led by Inez Bryan. In iW beauty of melody sod meaning; Sue Mood's piano solo created an atmosphere of pleasant med- itatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 January 1920

*-ut < "*? ' --*k" '"Vt I ft SIjp jfliuia^luntp £stablifil;rd 1907 Qtytrtmttb flrar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. SICK There has been an epidemic of sickness her during the week. None of it is serious; just a day or two off the regular health; just a headache and '"dopey" feeling; just a little indigestion or drowsiness; just a disinclination to get up and be active; just a desire to lie in bed and do nothing. —Moreover, there has been another epidemic; an epidemic of dollar pitching. Most any hour of day you can glance over to Caesar's palace across the street and see a dozen or so boys pitching dollars at little holes in the terra firma or throwing pennies at the cracks in the sidewalks. Let's consider this matter! Most of the sick feeling is caused purely and simply by physical stagnation; lack of exercise. Let's quit the dollar pitching and get out our old baseball gloves...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 January 1920

1 1*32? / " *■'"'r '•SJa ' ROACH AND LEYERETT BEGIN SOCIAL CAREER WELL-KNOWN ISRAELITE SPLURG- ES FOB MID-WEEK DATE; KINO ROACH ALSO PLUNGES Two of Southwestern's moat promi- nent young men took the plunge into the social whirl last evening by enter- j gaining two young ladies. The first of! these, one Paul Leverett of Hillsboro, Texas, has shown signs of desperation for some time, bat even his most inti- mate friends had no idea that sueh a desperate step was being contemplated. • Mr. Leverett, better known as Ikey, or Jew, is a pladge to the Kappa Sigma fraternity and a promising member of the freshman elass. His many friends rejoice with hin\ in his bold adventure in the world of society. The other bold adventurer was John Douglas Roach of Rockwall, Texas. Ru- mors of wild doings in Douglas' life have been drifting back to us ever since Douglas spent the holidays in Winns- boro, Texas, but we had no idea that he would go to the extent of walking front the picture show to the Woma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 January 1920

INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES. 8AM HOUSTON NORMAL Two chapel- services, a special edition of the school paper, a special meeting of the B. Y. P. U., and a special service at one of the college churches was nec- essary to give the report of the I)es Moines delegates from 8. H. N. I. SIMMONS Riee 18, Simmons 22, is the result of Simmons' first important basketball game. s. m. u. 8. M. U. purposes to put out a month- ly _ literary magazine soon. a. ft mToFtexas Baylor suffered a double defeat at the hanils of the Farmers when two games of basketball favored the Aggies by 52-10 and 36-10 scores. AUSTIN college President Clyce honored the A. C. football team with a banquet at his home just before the holidays. 8AN MABC08 NOBMAL Mr. E. O. Tanner, formerly of the Temple High School, succeeds Mr. Pritchett as Professor of Latin. BAYLOB Frank Bridges and Jim Kendrick will pilot the Baylor Bear athletes next year as coaches. UNIVEB8ITY OF TEXAS 874 ont of 1533 votes favored Prop- osition I in the Lea...

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