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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 March 1920

M?'Pww: % WW*> ■ " I y / ♦ < Be Careful How You Vote Tomorrow * •«* PUBLISHED EVEKY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XIII NUMBER 20 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAR. 9, 1920. Go Out and A?/atch Base- ball Practice Back that Team! MAY FETE PRACTICE PROGRESSES STEADILY WORK ON COSTUMES PROCEEDING RAPIDLY UNDER DIRECTION OP MAY FETE COSTUMER v" i, The proctice on tjie drills and marches for the May Fete, though handicapped by cold weather, is progressing steadily and satisfactorily; Though it is still too cold for outdoor practice, the gym of the Woman's Building is being util- ized for parctice. Under the direction of Mrs. Sims,who has been costumer for the May Fete for the past few years, the work on the various costumes is resulting in a sub- stantial pile of gay finished costumes. The downstairs parlors are being used as a trying-on room and many interest- ing situations arise as some blithe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 March 1920

E6: . * She, Srgaplfiw Cutablwljp6 1907 vPl/ •Etjtrlrrntb ?rar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3^ 1911. ROBERT G. MOOD, JB Editor-in-Chief C. E. WILLINGHAM .'.Business Manager EB8YL BATTLE General Assistant Edit-r AUBBEY A. GRAVES Managing Editor HENBYD. AKIN Athletic Editor TOM H. GIBBS Assistant Editor JOE L. BEBGIN „ Assistant Editor IVY STB AW Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN ..' Assistant Editor LAUBA COUBTNEY : Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES Assistant Editor GBACE ANNA KEBB Assistant Business Manager MANLEY T.KK PEABCY : Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant BusSness Manager SUBSCBIPTION PBICE $1.25 PEB YEAB "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 Cour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 March 1920

OFFICIAL BALLOT v"5 * :< w ".r T *..,-'*/• > ftYTfr; ■■.:• ~ra JV '>?v* darTO-* ;•;?-: ; -•? ;■ M'yiM ■ -•--, . >vr*s TO BE VOTED ON BY STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION MABOH 10,,1920 General Assistant Editor of The Megaphone: (One to be elected) . AUBREY A. GRAVES. 1 HENDLEY GROBE. (Four to be -Zir-f (Four, to be "• ■ i ■ . >■ :ya#s> t % m • 'y { 1 «JiSv Assistant Editors of The Megaphone: ^ elected) joe a. d.urrenberger. phillip dunklin. ORA8 shaw. JOHN B. ENTRIKEN. BENNY WILKINSON. LOVICK BLACK. M. E. MILLS. byron martin. Assistant Editors of The Megaphone: elected) MARTHA DOBIE. ELOUISE MATHEWS HAZEL OATMAN. ANNIE EDWARD BABCUS. SUE L. MOOD. MARY MATHILDE AKIN. JUANITA PORTER. LUCILLE THOMPSON. Assistant Business Managers of The Megaphone: to be elected) MORRIS GOFORTH. TEMPLE BOGGESS. LAWRENCE JOHNSON. CULLON BRIGGS. Assistant Business Manager of The Megaphone: (One ' . to be elected) BUBYE HOLT. -— LOIS MATHIS. (Two J General Assistant Editor of Sou'wester: (One to be e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 March 1920

| y.' r. i THE FIRING LINE KINO PIEBS Once there was a King in a strange country who was called King Piers. This king was avery old king and was wise in the ways of men and young col- lege students. Now ttiia king must have enjoyed to catch criminals for the ways lie selected for the enforcement of his laws were very strange. He would make a law. and allow it to remain on the statute books for a long time unenforced and then suddenly he would order his officials to be^in the enforcement of it and would thereby catch a great many criminals and his treasuries would wax fat with their fines and lie would achieve A great reputation for being hard boiled. For instance this king had a certain law to the effect that no one should leave his dominions without a permit from the king. But it chanced that after this law was passed that the young men of the nation who were very bold went to and fro to the neighboring nations of Nitsua and Elpmet and no permit was ever had and no arrests were eve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 16 March 1920

zww nHHB y. ..-TV : -f— \! r s i 1 f « U March 24-25 TRINITY . vs. Southwestern First game of sea- son 4 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIII NUMBER 21 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAR. 16, 1920. ^**1* - ############### ( ###########, March 29 WHITE SOX vs. Southwestern ######################^###< STUDENT RECITALS SHOWS GOOD WORK .«■ v PROGRAM RENDERED BY PIANO, VIOLIN AND EXPRESSION DEPARTMENTS ' The Fine Arts Department gave a very pleasing program last Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the University auditorium. The well-balanced pro- gram, consisting of violin and piano se- lections and readings, showed much tal- ent among those participating. The grace and ease with which each number •was -rendered, the appreciative inter- pretation displayed, encouraged all in thinking of the future of these young artists. The program was as follows:- SAM LEWIS COMPANY GIVES CONCERT WELSH TE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 16 March 1920

mp?' > """■ ■: llm 1M* ®1ip Hwjaphmte tatabltaljril I90r Eljtrtmttlj flrar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. WHY? Of course, it is none of our business to meddle with other peo- ple's doings on Saturday nights or any other nights, and if the present custom meets with the approval of everyone we shall remain in a state of acquiescent silence, but it seems to us that when things go as they did last Saturday night, something should be said The University paid some hundred and fifty dol'ars to bring to the University platform Saturday night one of the best groups of artists that ever came to Georgetown. Tlfe/violinist who played Sat urday night was a genuine artist who played with all the sincerity of the true artist. The whole group was a notable group of artists The students were all admitted on their regular lyceum tickets and suf- ficient publicity was given the event for all stu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 16 March 1920

m w 1 WOMAN'S SELF-GOVERN- MENT OFFICERS ELECTED Eloulse Mathews Self-Government Pres- ident; Lois Carroll, Honor Coun- cil President ap& - -IP? • : m All tbe wirls of the Woman's Build- ing were present at a meeting of Self- Government held in the parlors Wednes- day evening for the purpose of electing officers for the coming year. Margaret Harkey presided and read the nomina- tions for the officers as made. All the ' girls voted upon these nominations by acclamation and tbe following officers were elected: Elouise Mathews, president. Hazel Oatman, viee president. Laura Courtney, secretary and treas- , urer. Mary Lucy Marberry, indoor censor- ship chairman. Lois Carrel, Honor Council. president of Woman's W KNICKERBOCKER WRITES i FOR COLOMBIA VARSITY _ The Columbia Vanity for the current month, which is to be found on the newspaper rack of the library, contains an interesting article by H. Renfro Knickerbocker, entitled "Three Literary St: Aspirants." "Red" Knickerbocker was a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 16 March 1920

I f / u HfwyyiifWWWwwwwiifwwwwwwwyA'www wywwww^wwwwwtfwwwwyi'tf'tf^i *yy w w Why Wait? It's only a short time before you will start patronizing The Palace Barber Shop We want you. to start NOW and keep the good work going. Respectfully, W. S. DISHONOH, Prop. . • . !■ *. J)-. \\> i [ I ' * , " Star Grocery r .. Phone 136 I FANCY GROCERIES I Fruits of all Kinds I Stone's Rich Fruit Cakes. Chocolates for Americarv Queens r <27®. 0. K. GROCERY CO. / / Phone 79 "The Quality Store" Phone 79 Welcome Students of Southwestern needing Good Things to Eat We have Quality, Variety and Correct Prices. Richardson's Book Store Appreciates your patronage. Anything the Student needs. Picture Framing our Specialty Richardson's Book Store Established 1892 MODEL BAKERY Phone No. 12 Cakes of all kinds for the Students 1$. 'v*. lip - to - the • Minute T0NS0RIAL WORK AT The Central Barber Shop South Side of the Square Tell Us Your Wants W. S. Frasier, Prop. • ' r 1 —<'rn: , ' 1'rprT? ■ . _ WR1GLEY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 23 March 1920

Wf, / 'V a . March 24-25 ' TRINITY v . Southwestern . ' \ First game of sea- son ... , ' * z S ^ I f * ***««#**. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIH NUMBER 22 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS. TUESDAY, MAR. 23, 1920. * «##* #***« *( March 29 WHITE SOX vs. Southwestern ARKASAS GOVERNOR WINS S. U. AUDIENCE % ,V '« - . . ' ~<t SPEAKS ON "AMERICA'S CONQUEST OF THE WORLD" AND "THE PRE- REQUISITES OF SUCCESS" f It ' il i | IfE: 1 m bSMP ■&r i ' gjfisb tit* I ft " - ' Governor Charles H. Brough of Ar- kansas spoke in the college auditorium Friday evening and again at the chapel hour Saturday morning. His subject Friday night was "America's Conquest of the World," and Saturday he spoke on "The Prerequisites of Success." With an extremely pleasing voice, an ingra- tiating personality, and an unusual com- mand of language, he proved an inter- esting visitor to the college. Governor Brongh was intro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 23 March 1920

Pi! ii & 1® M lH| i'« ,,v''^i' '' ' ,,J' '-''■ ■> :* ■■ " ^v,\' <r * ^^flv"W"Plra • ' - - -* 7''I •■! V'.'J vi V .■*:V'SU'iI v. ( . ■ .,■ . • • :->> « 51ir iMggap{?ong Cstabltiilfri 19lir ®t|irtprntl| f par Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. "College spirit is a bold and hardy^determination to cultivate find 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 District of Columbia. v . 1 THIS- ISSUE You will note that this issue is quite crowded with poetry, jokes, nonsense; everything, in faet, but news. This is due to the fact that Megaphone staff members, like everyone else, have exams; and the fact that the students are too busy doing the studying that is not news to do the stunts that are ne\Vs. "Happy is that peo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 23 March 1920

BOSUNSSffis ' 'fm'W) >;\ ■ OTWp 4* sSfflSia S-'jw.f^ r}i **# #: ijt&B J I ROSIE'S PET COLLIE PUPS SUCCUMB TO UNTIMELY DEATH TO The two collie paps, Tom and Jerry, which a visiting friend, Mr. George Re- viere, brought to Rose Boddie Bishop some several days ago, suceumbed to an untimely death during the week, thereby causing no little grieving among the Annex girls, to whom the pups were favorite pets. When inter- viewed early Monday morning, Miss Bishop expressed it; as her opinion that Tom and Jerry.were the victims ot' a poison plot, but a later statement made no mention of the poison theory but was a mere notice of the untimely de- cease. ■ . I , LOST—Lavnlliere, six diamonds, be- tween Woman's Building and. town. Finder will please return to Willa Mae Knolle. - ;3 [**, M ■ ' Pa m Kappa Alpha held initiation for Al- fred McCarthy of Houston Saturday night. ' , . Now that the cold weather is all over, an answer to the age old question of what happens when Greek meets Greek...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 23 March 1920

in. I iSB'M V THE FIRING LINE THE GRASSHOPPER AND THE ANT ONCE there were two students WHO went off to COLLEGE to LEARN how to talk IN A WISE way AND to be BLOODS. Now ONE of these STUDES was very quick to learn AND his high school TEACHERS said HE WAS very bright. THE OTHER was very I DULL and the / HIGH SCHOOL teachers said HE HAD no business AT COLLEGE. But WHEN they both GOT to college THE QUICK student WAS PUT to work IN ALL kinds of * EXTRA CURRICULA activities WHILE the dull student FOUND that in the DULL little town' HE had nothing TO DO but study, so he studied. BUT the brilliant student FOUND his time TAKEN with many things. THINGS went on thuslv FOR some time. ■ Then came on AND both Mr. Bright and Mr. Dull BEGAN frenzied preparation?. MB. DULL, who had studied • ALL the term, HAD all the facts IN HIS notebook BUT he had no IDEA of WHAT they meant — — MR. BRIGHT had been SO busy THAT HE had no FACTS but FROM his ATTENDANCE on class and HIS bright mind HE HAD a good genera...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 March 1920

Vb, Trinity PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY * ESTABLISHED 1607 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME MI NUMBER 23 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAR. 30, 1920. Trinity ALAMOS HEADED BY JOE LEE THOMSON love, BARCUS, OATM AN, SNIPES, TO OFFICER FOR THE SPRING HOME CONING PLANS PROGRESS RAPIDLY IMPORTANT MEETING OF HOME- COMING COMMITTEES ' . PLANS FOE REUNION fl w- 11$ & ■: ■ mm ■fs W. ■ I i f&jpl if if f ISXv& t I . yMs^-L The Alamo Literary Society met Jot the election of office™ last Monday. A shortened program devoted to Wil- liam Butler Yeats, i* which Lueil# Snipes waa the main speaker, was fol- lowed by the baldness session, devoted to the election of officers. The president duly elected waa Joe Lao Thomson, who is a Junior this year. Others ofKcera elected were: Vice pres- ident, Vergil Long; secretary, Annie Bd- ward Bareus; treasurer, Hazel Oat man; critic, Lncile Saipes; sergeant-at-arms, M. M. Akin. Qaite an interes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 March 1920

w Ewfr ®lfp Ulpgaahmtp Eatabliafcri 1907 QElyirtrrattr frar Entered as seeond-elaas mail matter, September 7, 1012, at the postolfice at Georgetown, Texas, under Art of Congress of Mareh 3, 1911. ROBERT G. MOOD, JB "... Editor-in-Chief C. E. WILLING HAM... Business Manager ER8YL BATTLE ....General Assistant Editor AUBREY A. GRAVES Managing Editor HENRY D. AKIN. £.... .Athletic Editor SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.25 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 thfn to pour the whole stream of our power into the noble tashs of our time." —Justice Wendell P. Stafford. Supreme Court of District of Columbia. OPEN TO OBJECTIONS The other day we heard a student criticising The Megaphone. As is always the case when we hear our work discussed we listened with interest. The criticisms made were not particularly interesting and we were about to pass on when another student interrupted ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 March 1920

% *:<' i *1 mi - GYMNASIUM CONTEST ENDS mgK *,;i Vt Jones Wins First Place, Peurlfoy Sec- ond, and Mills Third. ■ « The indiv.dual point contest in Fresh- man gym ended last Weflnesday,"" The nine events were: % * 1. Press np from floor. Lew lift from back. Stationary dip on parallel bars. Swinging dip on parallel bars. Snap for distance on parallel bars. Chinning bar. Broad jump. Three broad jumps. , Hop, ship, and jump. Bobert Jones won first place in the contest. The other winners were Gr^dy Peurifoy second, E. M. Mills third, Boy Moses and Leverett tied for fourth. Instructor Morse proposes td make a weekly run to a nearby swimming hole, accompanied by appropriate acquatic ceremonies, a regular part of his gym work. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. THE YOUNG MAN'S SONG % -> I whispered, "I am too young," And then, "I am old enough," Wherefore I threw a penny To find out if I might love: "Go and love, go and love, young man, If the lady be young and fair." Ah, penny, brown penny, br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 April 1920

Mr. Track Man Get on the Job! Yoar place afternoon k PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIII. NUMBER 2A GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1920. Remember those T. C. (J. Games Every student will be in place Friday and Saturday to Support that team i «*#**«***«*#** *** WiiS; HWBPg WSTWTWNS FOR FALL TERM ANNOUNCED DISTINCTION UST FOR FBOTTWO TERMS OF TEAR IS QUITE LENGTHY Y. M C. A. TO OPERATE FINANCE CAMPAIGN 1 ii s & L1 !&'i m-r WT • Ik. | ' 11*<- ■ The Hat of distinctions for the first two terma of the year includes a long list of names. The eight highest aver- ages for the fall term were: 1 Joe Lee Thomson, 97. Loviek Black, 96. Rose Boddie Bishop, 96. Hazel Ontman, 95. ' Inez Bryan, 94.7. Helen Hiteheoek, 94.3. Mary Mathilde Akin, 94.2. « Annie Edward Barcus, 94.2. DISTINCTIONS Perle Abbott: Eng. 2, Hist. 14. Georgia Adams: Latin 1. * Henry D. Akin: French 7, Chem. 1....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 April 1920

';' :' V*1* ' W ■' Y . <5hr Iflrppbmtr gUihltidirft 19 Or Qtyirtrrntlf flrar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Otngress of March 3, 1911. CAN YOU AFFORD NOT TO! During the coming week the Y M. C. A. will launch its annual campaign. No spectacular methods will be used in this campaign and no pressure will be brought to bear in an attempt to force contribu- tions. Yet a personal canvass of the boys will be made and the au- thorities are expecting a liberal response. It is a fact that no normal man wants to put his money in a sack and throw it in.the ocean when it can neither serve him nor his friends. On the other hand, it is a natural human wish to see investments grow and inbuences ripen. It is also an apparent fact that no organization can fulfill its greatest mission without funds with which to function. The Y. M. C. A. was a bit embarrassed and cramped during the past year through ldck of finances with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 April 1920

AT THE MONARCH, Wednesday and Thursday, April 7 and 8 v''*$ '* - ' ' • ■ - '• ' - ' . \ ■ < • Anita Stewart &• "Old Kentucky" yfejRV-- ■ • * v x ..„ "• * ■ * • • / ' Matinee at 2 and 4 p. m. Admission 15 and 25c Night Show at 7 and 9 p. m. CHICAGO PAPERS WRITE UP S. U.-S0X GAME TRIBUNE AND HERALD-EXAMINER WRITE UP WHITE SOX GAME FEATURING OSTERGARD (Chicago Herald-Examiner.) Georgetown, Texas, March ^9.—Glea- son and his White Sox regulars dropped off here today and had a good workout beating the Southwestern University 7 to 3. Wilkinson and Payne did the Sox twirling, while Stafford and Robertson took turns for the local talent. The college''brass band was out, so were the cheer leaders. The pretty co- eds, came out to cheer for the rah rah fellows, but didn't have much chance. Both teams scored a run in the second inning. A pass followed by Ostergard's single gave the locals their run. This OBtergard fellow is quite a sweet ball player. When Gleason started asking questions...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 April 1920

I WmrWMKW. ifer W' WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS TO LECTURE IN AFTERNOON (Continued from page one; the most complete expression of the Celtic Renaissance and must be inter- preted in the light of this nationalistic movement. In the last decade of the nineteenth century many formative forces intensified the Irish national cou- Bciousness. The suppression of political rights, the fate of Parnell, the ^removal of Gladstone, and the self-assertion of the Nationalists brought Ireland into a consciousness of its heritage of idealism and of its unrealized destiny. At this period many organizations had for their purpose the fostering of this dream of future greatness. In order to raise Erin to her exalted place, tho leaders of these movements broughe the Irish into touch with old legendary ma- terial and revealed also her present con- dition. A great mine of untold wealth of national tradition, legend, and ideal- ism was discovered. Mr. Yeats, above all others, realized the rich and almost inexhaust...

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

* ■ V, ''Ut. iSfc^ y fklff *>'#• | SPECIAL HOMECOMING EDITION SOUTHWESTERN ITY BULLETIN. & ESTABLISHED 1907 ' THIRTEENTH YEAE VOLUME XIII. NUMBER 25. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1920 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY SON OF FORMER PRESIDENT OF SOUTHWESTERN DIES ALAMOS DEAL IN REMINIS- CENCES AT MONDAY MEETING soloists fori ■oratorio secured Member of Class of 1900 Pneumonia Victim at Wichita Falls, March 31st. FORT WORTH ARTISTS ASSURE A PLEASING PROGRAM FOR MUSIC FESTIVAL L ' '• The soloists for the Oratorio have been secured, assuring a pleasing pro- gram for the Homecoming Music Fes- tival. A quartet of prominent Texcs singers has been engaged to assst in the music festival, which will occur on Fri- day evening, April 30th, as part of the Homecoming festivities. The vsiting singers come from Fort Worth. The soprano, Mrs. Pearl Cal- houn Davis, is soloist at the First Pres- byterian church and also at T...

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