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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 May 1920

MEMBERS OF THE QUEEN'S PARTY OF 1920 MAY FETE I * -.1 ? HAZEL OATMAN Queen of 1920 May Fete Helen Oatman of Llano was Queen of the May for 1920. All Southwestern was delighted to crown Queen Helen of the House of Oatman. Her popularity is attested by both faculty and student body, and her friends are many among both old and new students. A Freshman in 1915-16, Miss Oatman soon showed her talents of leadership. She has served on the Woman's Honor Council, being first elected in her Fresh, man year.' Her work ap president of the Young Women's Christian Association has accomplished much in Southwestern. She has a very high scholarship stand- ing—being a member of the Scholarship society of Southwestern University. It is with a feeling of pride that South- western students have crowned her as Queen of the May. HELEN ROBERTSON Victory Queen of May 1919 Taking her place with the Royal Par- ty of the 1920 May Fete was Helen Robertson of San Antonio, crowned Queen of the Victory Pageant of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 May 1920

" II If HOMECOMING MAY FETE BEAU- TIFUL WITH SPBINQ COLORS The Team that Beat S. M. U. Thanksgiving 1919 ATHLETIC REVIEW OF 1919-1920 SEASON REVIEWED BY HENRY D. AKIN Why is it that Southwestern with only an attendance of at>out 200 hoys can put out better athletic teams than the college with two and three and even six times as many boys?. In foot ball Southwestern had a ached, ule of eight games of which she won four but sue greatly outpointed her opponents. Her greatest achievements in football were holding A. & M. team which was not scored on during the entire season to a score of 7 to 0, and the defeat of S. M. U. on Thanksgiving Day. Six- teen letters were awarded to the football men and gold footballs have been order, ed. Captain Wilson deserves much cred- it for this team. Then, in basket ba.i, Southwestern won the T. I. A. A. cham. pionship under the leadership of Captain Lamb. In tnis league only one game was lost and that by a single point. Six basketball letters we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 May 1920

1 HUH PH - H%'\ * R^jk ; -.'• r, May 14 1920 si mm s ^Pn I ■ IT... ' , ' .~fci':: - ^-s.; '■£ ' -fly -:' ■ EVEBY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OP SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIII NUMBER 29 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1920 Friday, May 14, Mask ud Wig flab Julius Caesar :;as, AMUSING PROGRAM R«S JAC PEP— | BALL TEAMS WANT GAMES Every chair in San Jacinto Hall was occupied Monday morning when the house was called to order for the regu- lar weekly session of the society. The increased attendance is very enoMjigigr ing. Nor were those that were present " disappointed, for the program proved both interesting and amusing. The first number on the program was a short story from CHenry read by Mabel Mer- rem. And then the debate, "Resolyed, That astronomy should be required for the A. B. degree," proved an amusing '^discussion of high ideals, such as "hitch- ing one's wagon to a star," and elabor- ate proof that the moon is not a "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 May 1920

■<V; v Sw w ®lfp Hegaptfun? €«t«UU^ 190 7 frar Entered as aeeond-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March the 3, II postofflce at ill. BOBEBT G. HOOD, JB : Editor-in-Chief C. E. WILLINGHAM..... ....Business Manager BBSYL BATTLE General Assistant Editor AUBBET A. GRAVES. .Managing Editor HENRY D. AKIN Athletic Editor TOM H. GIBBS. k Assistant Editor JOE L. BERGIN....I ......Assistant Editor IVY STBAW. ."".Assistant Editor HAZE!) OATM AN Assistant Editor LAUBA COURTNEY s .Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES Assistant Editor GBACE ANNA KERB Assistant Business Manager MANLEY LEE PEARCY. Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PBICE ....#155 ffeft THAfi "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. — 11 May 1920

SAN J AOS AGAIN SWAMP ALAMOS Alamo Buccambed to San Jacinto in the second interBOciety game by a score of 8 to 3. The game was delayed by show- ers of rain and was slow and pepless, with numerous errors. Seven innings sufficed to make the San Jao victory complete. ■ ^ . : The batteries for San. Jacinto were • Patton and Luechauer; -for ■ Alamo, Graves and Smith. The Alamos got two hits, while the San1 Jacs gleaned five. Graves for Alamo pitched a fair game, but costly errors by team mates and timely hts by opponents netted five 'runs in the opening two innings. Patton received fair support and was effective in pinches. The game was de- void of interesting features and was a complete victory for San Jaeinto. A third and last game will be played between the two Societies, next Satur- day afternoon, at which time the de- fenders of the Alamo will make a final effort to beset the San Jacs for one time this year. ORCHESTRA PLANNING TRIP All orchestra people are enthusiastic over the pros...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 May 1920

§gi.f"*3PP|ra i^jpi MJSuE >'•<fr< .-w* ' «tE30Pt5K!M$ .. .. • . .<■" : jWPwmS& '' ljPXSdb " wa IJH CLUB BESUMB8 PRACTICE - Efj*--; ■■■ Thursday evening the Choral Olub re- hearsed lor the first time in several weeks. Through hard practice the girls are working out the operetta, "The Egyptian Princess," and they expect to present it on Friday night, May 28th. Much interest is being shown among the members of the club and they hope to make the operetta one of the biggest features of the rest of the college year. MOVEMENT FOB BETTER ENGUSH STILL XH FBOGBESS English Council Undergoes Spring Term Boorgawtyation OB. GBAY BEADS TO Y. M. G. A. The Sermon In the Boayttat" by Ugo st Dr. Gray read "The Sermon In the Hospital" by Ugo Bessi, in the regular meeting of the T. M. €. A. on last Sun- day evening. Ugo Basei was as Ital- ian minister who served in the army of s-=saas INTERCOLLEOIATE NOTES. baylob belton A girls' intorelass trhek meet was held last week. The Seniors won ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 May 1920

*1 maiam VOCAL RECITAL STOBB8 UkM. W. P. DAVIDSON AMD TWTrtpi MARY BLANKS r;-.7 The vocal recital of the Fine Arte De. partment presenting Miss Frances Marie Wright in Junior graduation on latt Tuesday evening, Aa.y 11, was one of ex- and art. Miss Wtight Wright was accompanied at the piano by lending a picturesqueness to the play. W. P. Davidson and assisted by Anita Storrs a* violinist. Miss Blanks acted aa accompanist for V _ The stage in the University gave an attractive setting of if: - green ferns and basket flowers for the K|r Miss Wright opened her program with central figure of the presentation, in- " 1i bishop's "Bid Me Dia- stead of Brutus, as is usuaHythe case, re pomi 0;^? ' of tone was to characterize the entire program, n* folk "v*** _.**?• lib the Delicate Air" portrayed the characterise** of e*prer and delicacy of at next selection, the tout! | y M mio dob. Ardor" bjC. W. was perhaps, tns The audience waa charmed :?|-tbe cleat M* Jjwss&HSSi^ """TiHi "WifVerdue C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 May 1920

I^B = ,• «s S#f I" ;:; UK% - Wa p..;.'-: ■PSEr SItp iMfgapljonr btablUM nor Qlyirtrrntif |nr Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at tin postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8, Mil. ''a 1 " ■■■■ 11 i " ROBERT G. MOOD, JB Editor-in-Ohief C. E. WILLINGHAM Business Manager EBSYL BATTLE ; General Assistant Editor AUBREY A. GBAVE8 " Managing Editor HENRY D. AKIN .Athletic Editor TOM H. GIBBS.. .Assistant Editor JOE L. BEBGIN .... Assistant Editor IVY 8TBAW Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor LAUBA COUBTNEY ..' Assistant Editor LIJGILE SNIPES Assistant Editor GBACE ANNA KEBB Assistant Bnainess Manager MANLEY LEE PEABCY Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE . $W frMpYEg "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 taahs of dw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 May 1920

■ i; BE Wm&. ■in IUF' ■ 1 t TRIP TO MARS FKA- ■ I " ; v TPBEPgY SAM JA08. SEOUL** SESSION OF SOCIETY FULL OF PEP AND WELL ATTENDED. f V In the regular meeting of the Ban Jacinto Literary Society Monday morn, ing W. J. Foster held the audience breathless while making a thrilling ax-> temporaneoua speech on "Man." At first - he told of his trip there in a rocket sail, ing through space, propelled hy a series of explosions. And in a Joyful tone he told of the rejoeing on earth when be telegraphed back to it that he had arrived safely. Then came a description of a game which was played by the of Mam which was described as very crude and tery much of the type displayed by the heroes of the Alamo. The audience impatiently awaited the description of his return to earth but it failed to materialize. However, judg- ing from the feet that be appeared safe and SQund while addressing his andi. , enee, he evidently made the return trip without any streous mishap. The program for the morni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 May 1920

a*; 8 kttym mm m s >£&§ •;t^; •' •%. 1 JlQIl. Sir •'-.* J t? SIGS TAKE FIRST GAME FKOft PI K. A S. FRATERNITY SEASON OPENED BY FAST 0AMJ3 W WHICH KAPPA SIOS TEAM WINS BY 3 TO 1 In the first Fraternity game of the season, played Monday afternoon, the i.||w£pa Bigs were winners over the Pi K. A'b team by the score of 3 to 1. The game was very fast from the beginning and was more or less of a pitchers' duel between "Barbus" Robertson of the Bigs and Campbell of the Pi K. A's. Both pitchers were credited with nine strike- outs, but Robertson, though wild at times yielded but one hit; while his team mates touched Campbell for six safeties. The Sigs ran amuck on the bases, steal, ing seven to the Pi K A's three. The sixth inning was featured by a double play on each side, each time made by the first bftseman unassisted. The score of the game was as follows: Player AB H K PO. A E Rockwell, 2nd 1 O 1 2 1 0 Simmons, ss . .......2 1 0 12 2 Smith, c ..A 0 0 8 2 0 Robertson, p . 3 1 0 1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 May 1920

' ■; t*;;«jEspv .M Wi 'Zjmfa ;SPrag§! V 'Ml,,, M 3*3? * ^ A"*4 •' ***■ ."' vfe:-A «'5" Wv 1 : 4wW'Wiw -fi T-^vm^Wfr' ■., ' a'*>-iV'"-- :''.':'"x j ss&r & I mW' <$*$,; • MBjKu ■£. Is' STUDENT ASSOCIATION ELECTION TOMORROW ii> <83587 •** published every tuesday the school JjjSp* Y the students' association of southweSteen university ESTABLISHED 1907 THIBTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XIII NUMBER 31 GEOBGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1920 JUNE 14,1920 COMMENCEMENT DAY mPt " 'K $"3r'- : •-- . aShs* *P§ -•'; ■ -SHS llf; «£%■, .s5^T' * • ;■> >* ....; • -'whI' iis® m --■■gn ALPHA DELTS BANQUET ON FOUNDERS' DAY j ^ 1' ' sixty-ninth year since the founding of alpha delta pi celebrated Chi Founder"* day May IB, Zeta Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi celebrated the 09th year of the Sororiety by giving a banquet to many of its friends. The rooms were beautifully decorated with embankments of ferns, pot plants, and^ flowers. The "Z" shaped table proved a magnet to all eyes. The aorori. ty...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 May 1920

M- an stialraaSSF rf W',J -r- hfe.. f:, t ;&.-t^Wzr-J...-r *£M*sfc■:: • m — ErfabltaJfrt ISO? dlftrUnitlj f rar ■ ■ 'I "III I '.. I .I.J II ■ A UTTLE SHEEPISH ESSAY a$B? 'W-. Entered as seeond-class tnall matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffiee at at of Congress of March 3, 1911. Georgetown, Texas, nnder Act ROBERT G. HOOD, JB C. E. WILLINGHAM EBSYL BATTLE AUBREY A. GRAVES HENRY D. AKIN .. TOM H. GIBBS. .••••••...«•••.•«.. JOE L. BERG1N. . IVY STRAW HAZEL OATMAN LAURA COURTNEY LUCILE SNIPES GRACE ANNA KERR LEE PEARCY.. ...Editor-in-Chief Business Manager General Assistant Editor .*...: ,M« lging Editor Athletic Editor ..,, Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor ...: Assistant Editor Assistant Editor ..Assistant Business Manager . .Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant Business Manager MBsfctipTibtt pfiicte. ... *14# *Eft TSAE S Sirit is a bold andhardy determination to cultivate and discipline the aid of all that men have learned...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 May 1920

n m ■ CTHIKwfrT* — ssss*p*pe GEORGETOWN BU8I- LBSS POLITICS" POLICY - IX BAOB FOE OOVEBNOR «kis Bobert E. ThomaaOn of El Paw, can- didate for Governor of Texas, spoke to audience of about 500 people in the district court room Satnrday afternoon. ¥r. Tbomason was introduced by Dr. C. C. Cody as "the next Governor of h£ "I believe in a campaign pitched on high planes," said Mr. Thomason. "I want to run on a pVitform that stands for something. A platform is a cove- a something to ■M H 31 stand on." The two outstanding planks of the platform have formerly been prohibition and woman suffrage. But "they are here and here to stay*" Mr. Thomason continued, "I supported pro- hibition, both State and National, and of it." 'iiaf tSStea and places I have been v_|^. J* give better homes, better polities, and more Ameri- canism. }£ They both stand for better standards and I believe them forav«r." V: " '. Thomason then said the thing we should be concerned in now is "More business and less politic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 May 1920

SW BR / m^KcSc f. ULE NOW BEING PLATED (Continued from page one) Score by inning*: Kappa Alpha. 221 010 000 14—11 Phi Delta Theta 101 020 011 ll—« Struck out, by Adams 10, Gorofth 5, Bell 8; bases on balls, off Adams 8, off Goforth 1, off Bell 2. Stolen bases, Graces 2, Adams Hit by pitcher, Stroud by Goforth, Hutchison by BelL Sacrifices, Groce, Wilkinson, Boach, Umpire, Honaher. W PI K. A.'S LOSS TO PHI DELTA THETAfi Phi Delt's Stage Bally In Bights and Win by Score of 8-2 In the third fraternity game of the season the Phi Delta Thetas won over the Pi K. A. team 8-2. The game was very fast for seven inning*, but in the eighth, with the score standing 2 and 2, the Phi Delts rallied and caused the Pi K. A. infield to blow np. Six runners crossed the plate before Campbell was able to retire the winners. The Pi K. A.'s opened up with a hit and a walk in their half of the eighth and for a moment there was probability of an- other rally, but Holloway was thrown out in home and the next ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 June 1920

™JIJ3r * ->*?•• -sIKSB .*. "■?>ia! ■^t^iii'Mifiin' 'gl'n'iilwMBT! v *1P$«S^P$? jSFv:-^?* iw -v" 'v :' *W3« 1 ''■>••" ®- '^':.' s.;?3sXfPv-3 ■5fsi^EW > *## * rtv FQKUSHED EVERT TUESDAY TEAM BY THE STUDENTS' SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH TEAS VOLUME XIII NUMBER M GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1920 '23 ir V *r> ses- i- FRESHMEN WELL ORGANIZED THIS YEAR m -, WILKINSON AND MATHIS 4UBN The Freshman Class of 'l^'SO 1 FRESHMEN LEAD FRIENDS OR A MERRY CHASE CLAUD STROUD CALLS ON 12:18 nr RESPONSE TO ■ :% x1* . ■ '> . .t ■■ % i aaa rOfr V. ownhlc d for the first time on the even- ing of September 22nd. That was the Freshman Reception, which was g>*« at the Woman's Building at the open- ing of the first term of school. Stu- dents of all elaooes of the University were praoeat, the faenlty and school of- the reeeiring fine, and the honored gaests, It waa a delightful occasion for all. Since that time those have been nu- merous "freshman ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 June 1920

■MKSwKa&tl™** v^,,^i^terf^r' ■jJ^" S -''-|£SC| ..II I I «S*r?J . >- i ■ ' II j'"'1 1 ■■■ —— ^.;;\--r at the -.?*•: - |JMs 5" .^9?P' •••-• ••••••• • •« •••••••••«••••♦-•• HIOTL^STU?AM General81 - iYL^Tl x^g* ..... uonerai AC.PBJ Y A* 6SAY£8> HENEY D. AKIN..«. TOM H« f >•••*• J * • * * <f • ?_« • •••,• • • •. ' • *i ••*••••••••••••••«*• •••- •# •••••••••••• < dflm « "* 8TBAW, • « * •' ^^5j^^|sj|jfl|^yj5|L|jJS|-jjayj|j^Sgi2|abjLgi22y ISXJair.' •"• jy^ « ••« •••• *•*••••••*••••• • • •;,•■-♦ •'• #> ♦ •JtAHBIi OATMAW .• •«••*• ••«••• .•• •• fv*• ♦ ••• ••••♦•••• i«^ ^Sfe^i GRACE ®* ♦••••• • £jT# e. • «.• *«• • m m m • • •-• • • • f>^ V • ■*> • •••e *•o#e e* «v•e «*•••• •* ♦.* '• • • • • * *, *fe OL .Airiitoit ' JjftjlfcA e.O • • • • m-*> mm 0. J*,rn %• ••• # V^*'* m N PRICE... M —h aaeeo e c o a o a*fr a*e > * OP wnwnrr^l: For President r Joe Bergin .140 « ► Chas. Pepper 9# ! > Far President Mortis Goforth...v .... .184 < B. L. Ostergard 114 < Mar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 June 1920

1 I I p 1 £■ M > y ir * J fe' I v J ! '*. t k - 1 wtv. *V. -zr ,. . ■dCi" Wut Wh A "tMp* H T7 o^LJL e $e * * yi/hAt- a LL.ege sc/tt fA p + REV. H. D. KNICKERBOCKER TALKS IN CHAPEL TUESDAY Rev. H. D. Knickerbocker of Wichita Falls spoke very entertainingly to the students for an honr or more beginning at the chapel honr Tuesday morning. He had his characteristic humor, wit, and good nature along with him, and with these he delighted the students and faculty for fully an hour. The freshness of his talk, bis "million-dol- lar smile," his humor and characteristic manner won him the greatest of atten- tion and gave added interest to the things he had to say. After he had entertained the stu- dents for some time, Dr. Knickerbocker briefly, yet very effectively, illustrated in practical and plain language his phil- osophy of ilfe. He did rittt speak in conventional terms, but dealt rather in everyday language that drove squarely home those things he had to say. Among other things, he sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 June 1920

i I ' ■ARY BLANKS GIVES PIANO RECITAL B. JOHN GILLETT AMD MISS HELEN MADDEN ASIST IN EVENING'S PROGRAM WISE AND OTHERWISE The Fine ArtB Department presented Miss Mary Blank in senior graduation recital Monday evening, May 31. Miss Blanks was assisted by Mr. John Gillett, tenor, and Mies Helen Madden, accom- panist. The stage in the University au- ditorium, artiscially arranged with ferns and basket flowers, gave an attractive letting for the evening's program. Miss Blanks opened her program with a | Bethoven Sonata. The brilliant and rap- id "Presto" led into the full broad tones of the Largo movement. She played the "Minuuetto" and "Rondo" movements with an ease and grace which which dis- played tone, quality and technical skill. Miss Blanks' rendition of Chopin's "Fan- taisie Impromptu" showed excellence of touch. The opportunities for technical skill were well met. Mr. Gillet delighted the audience with Ms interpretation of two selections. The first, "Requiem," brought out the sl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 June 1920

'&z^*&£r{^*P;#v:--*i5r ■ >■•*%■ ■&$%&£!& IBB! 'Tm'ft WrirT' ^f^iSaRS*v^*-v "■-■ • '* «s *•,. *&£■' *,-*. -1 •• rSHBBN BP«<H^9S^gri5|y^#:--^^tpF-';-^1?'•'•"• • • • '"•'**'-' ^^Pw?;-r jmsmmmmsmf' -, :. -:; ■ -' • :"' -.. ..'".:''v ' y•^- ********* fiwii-i—i u society to entertain the other; therefore, the Victor* were invited to fttend • fry on the Seienee Building W rmt fm lined etfing. to them of the line" crowd fell in line, and rations which were Athletics in it* four major a* Beaumont High attained toccen daring the 1019-80 session, just dosing,' that baa been approached hi recent years, In the opinion of veteran follower* of tae local institution. The school was successfully represented in the football gridioron last fall; won high the basketbad floor in mid-winter; cap- tared first place in the east Texas dis- trict interscholastic track meet in file ■ _ ■ J* 4m. aps in each other's company. As and the stars furnished the only there was no winks to...

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

■ 7^'r-:C7. '•• -<•.«*•$•• ~.w., -i sS(Stst.-«-? v. a ^vJ0Si8aR^''V5^^oiCw«t3' < x« -• *;; Y' 1 '*''' '£ V Mfc •*t''* H ,.' '3K£** j$8& I ^.u||fw| . 1 I. I III „lj p & ■ S& INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES. TBINITY Kov. John H. Burma, D. D.f former ▼ice president of the University of Du- buque, Iowa, and former pastor in Dal- las, has been elected to succeed Dr. 8. L. Hornbeck as president of Trinity. BAYLOR Vernon J. Puryear has been elected editor of the Lariat for next year. The aunual baseball game between the faeulty and seniors resulted in a £1-12 victory for the faculty. The Freshmen succumbed to the Sophs in the anuual Fish-Soph baseball game by the score of 12-11. 8. M.U. Senior Day was observed on May 27, and was celebrated by a chapel pro- gram, a banquet and a bseball game which the seniors won from the faculty by a score of 8 to 7. Frank Reedy has resigned as Bursar of 8. M. U. 8. M. U. debaters won the recent de- bate from debaters from Arkansas U. The last "Cam...

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