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

rxgv i HRfl mmm . - >■ t && ,'4. aSe? fir*. ■*., wa-.v j **#* . #' Back Our' Foot Bali Saturday [1I8HFJ) EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY r& W1- -A gm;' 1® f, SOUTHWESTERN CROWNED BY FORTY-SEVENW > ANNUAL OPENING FORMAL PROGRAM FEATUR- ED BY ADDRESS BY DR. SELECTMAN AMI) MUSIC BY HEADS OF MUSIC DEPARTMENT The forty-seventh annual opening1 of Southwestern University was held last Thursday morning at10 o'clock. The '' chapel was crowded with Btudents\and . • 0 friend® of the University. The opening song, "America," was followed by the invocation led by Dr. Hutton, pastor of the Presbyterian churtjhof Georgetown \ fpjW&d a friend of the University .having / been present at the laying of the corner- stone of the Woman's Building. Miss John sop of the/ Piano Depart- ment of Pin© Arts, delighted the'audi- ence with a beautiful piano solo, "Ro- mance," by Sibelius. This is Miss John- son's first year in Southwestern and ...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 October 1920

VI'# nt;. ''It, 4 *m *': , fTf™ WWy mW " ,~- Spt P &Bx.:'«™ Wmm$ 5-#r1 / > . ■■■■■■lliiiiliiiliil ■ I * Bfrlf5 HP 1 m lrW< When in Need of Good Things to Eat call at die CANTEEN CLEAN AND SANITARY ( ' h ' *' * '. v FACULTY REGULATIONS The following regulations are pub- lished by request of the Dean and their importance can readily be seen. They will be strictly adhered to and fore- warned should be fore-armed: FACULTY REGULATIONS CONCERN- ING ABSENCES FROM GEORGETOWN 1.Students are not to leave George- town withqut permission. In case of student* under age, requests for such permission should be accompanied by a statement from parent or guardian. No vacation or recess is allowed between Winter and Spring Terms, and parents are urged not to grant permission to students to visit out of the city during registration period. For -each day the student is late in completing registra- tion the contingent fee will be increased fl.00 (up to $5.00), and all class work missed will be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 October 1920

m ' *r ■ "Vlf" •#* 61 TS-Wv- ''.K Vfi. v"* ?T ■ , ; v- •' • ;..>■■■ ■':*WA fywr ss= < & y>* $S si*. jteflf OF WOBD "SLIME" AND ftOW IT IB US^D .* ;W- — I am sure all of those students who ave enjoyed the advantages of an ed cation will-feel premie to become insult- at tjje attempt of this article to give adequate definition of the idiom, the prowion sanctioned by usage, "Slime," in the same article tell how it ia But don't come to a too hasty, con- ion and begin to censure this piece information before you are quite sure my intentions are not good and iy actions are "still worse. I will be d enough to recognize your know)- for "two reasons; because of your f- use of the word and because it as impressed on you as well as im- ited on you at one time of your pro- acted education. To impress and im- or figuratively employed in- the ie sense. Things are impressed on the ind so as to produce a conviction; they are imprinted on it so as to produce recollection.. If the real me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 October 1920

JWlmMmmm $9tBK wMwJhvi*&&3eME^ |l(Mr<^''". wli Mill mm-f?., h : H ?' i *IdPi, ■j* '* "' SsNKf WtW .yJ>;•'•, • , - •*•.«• *.••.,'* - *•■•*;« -.' io •' .■> ' 1 ' .t «i •*•..- ,• & $r& ■ J % -'A ^ ?HR ' r * •■ *«?. *5 ••■>$£' ,r *■ <-> ^ ', Y-'4 'V; £g]P',"'|f I w 'rtM :rnI■ ^tfP v *§ tff??1, wM % v *v -ft - i^OSK I \7 rgm* ttf K ;^T> ift^v T. vit V • btabHalr** lanr jfourtrrntfr fair Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1012, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. . v HENEY D. AElN MANLEY L. PEARCY.. AUBEEY A. GBAVE8.. ■ .., ^. JOE A. DURRENBEBGER....... PHILIP DUNKLIN BRUCE KNICKERBOCKEB..... WILLIAM AYBE8 . HAZEL OATMAN JUANITA POETEB SUE MOOD ANNIE EDWABD BABCUS ELNOBA DULANEY TEMPLE BOGGESS MORRIS GOFORTH............ SUBSCRIPTION PBICE . /., Editor-in-Ohief Business Manager General Assistant Editor • Assistant* Editor • Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor i........... Tssistan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 October 1920

1 Wmimm gar;* \k • 'w': ■ X7"j] IP Ut ADMINISTRATION BUDDING m ,f r * I > 'W&V m WHAT THE EDUCATIONAL AMEND- MENT DOES If you don't understand a constitu- tional amendment, swat it," is the Tex- as slogan. So it behooves those who wish good) schools to explain the amend- ment to be voted upon in November. Unfortunately some of its friends have described it with more zeal than accu- racy and,given it unmerited opposition. The amendment will give powers now enjoyed by cities only, to all communi- ties. To illustrate, it will give farmers the same, right to determine what Kind of schools they will maintain that only cities now have. Acres of paper may be used, but a more definite, clear-cut and accurate description of the amend- ment can not be written in more or few- er word*. Friends of education should make it clear that the amendment does not raise any tax rate; it does not levy any tax; it does not increase the school fund; it does not raise teachers pay; it will not affect...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 October 1920

fl^aROK •-•■ i' &r M I I £ wj&,, mk ■K& ALAMOS HOLD OPENING MEETING rkoitation8, poetry, ad- dresses and music oc- cupy initial program The Alamo Society .it nine thirty last Monday morning opened its doors to the old and new students of the University for the firat time this year. Without any unnecessary delay, the President, Joe Lee Thomson, called for a reading of the program, and the meeting was en- tered into in a very spirited manner. The' first number was by Miss Annie Edward Barcus, consisted of two read- ings, the first "A Rural Sparking" and the tpcond "Thou Shalt Not Kill." Both •were of a humorous trend and were rend- ered in a manner most pleasing and de- lightful. Miss Barcus was followed by Aubrey A. Graves who Tead a number of his original poems which he had written dur- ing his residence at the Liniversity. Some were read by request and had been heard in Southwestern before, but their second reading did not detract from their beauty or from the interest ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 October 1920

rjtMKjp A! '- •*.•*• A3 . f V y-T"Q *, RK *frJ!*5 P *$ Wr WW - .-v'v .TV ■ " 1 BBSS _ V,; THE BANK BARBER SHOP—A New Shop—Everything Sanitary i fmt If you like Sanitation you will like our place. Ask the Sophs and Seniors about us. They know us and our work in the past has been satisfactory. We are now in better shape to please our trade than we have been in the past, as we have every modern convenience. Hot and Cold Tub or Shower Baths, all kinds of Tonics, Soaps, etc. We Especially Invite You to Inspedt Our Place. Next Door to Guaranty State Bank A. W. Hoyt S. A. Crone iafD .^n m ■saw ANNEX HONOR COUNCIL OFFICERS ELECTED Friday night, immediately after din- ner, the girls of the Woauw's Building assembled on the front steps of the An- nex and Miss Knykendsll read the roles and regulations. The girls, nominated for the Self-Government Association and Honor Council,were voted upon and the new corps of officers announced. Juanita Florence is president of Self- Govern ment and Mary Lu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 October 1920

m? ■ «*,. <tSt..ftOMi«mg :;.-4-ejt mm "iii ."';"M"1 rgiawgat •y"S!r4™' ^f. '"■ e / *W '•; j :v-sywgwr '-'^51 -IrPt)?: >plSr- • ~ x^? -M\lr ' ."Jtt.dr '.OWc >; "**"'%■ . *'- * — '- W?B*U VV ■• "THE STORE AHEAD" DRY GOODS AND TO WEAR •i '''' M^^'SbKI ' ' Deliver to Mood Hall MMWM America's most famous box of tan# a oounor or gruumit onnm kipkkiktcb A* AXHVAl BEMB&TIOI Now, doa't laisnndrrstsnd me when I se the two wi itkm" in the Mae sentence. I «nU refrain n the combining of the two if it were possible to do so. I realize that iii recent times the two words need to- gether do not it is an ii not i^wthj to be printed in this Bat ntjtitifhTM of the sentimast nt- of the respective words, wit are fcured to > two aad if :fth* 4**ent bodSr on the netion this one tine I jtmf' will rftpi&ve as little Ue aid that « with* With that little explanation I will Ltotell yon of that which < the above words. At < thirtytwo the popnlaee of of the m r ^ ^ .r a — tnirernty. Say...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 12 October 1920

Ww* £M&r mJ - ^ iC-j ( ttwimfii WW I* T . Pay Your Students' Association Dues PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY —- JL mtim ESTABLISHED 1907 FOUBTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XIV NUMBip 2 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 12, 1920. Y / S. U. STRENGTHENED BY MEW FACULTY MEMBERS . ULLRICH, COBNYN, EVANS, PAYNE AND JOHNSTON COKE WITH BEST OF PREPARATION With the return of several professor* who were formerly in the faculty, and the coaxing of several new faculty mem- bers, Southwestern has this year one of the strongest faculties in her history. Mr. Oscar A. Ullrich of the Education Department Is a native ,0f Texas. He received his A R. and hla A. M. from 'the University of Texas, and during the past term was a graduate student of the University of Chicago.; Mr. Ullrich h£i' taught suecesafttly in' -several of the largest Texas high schools. Dating the war he was an the Army Staff of Psy- chologists. Mr. J. H. Cornyn of the Department of Romance Langu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 12 October 1920

/ HBCr . HffiHEw L wp- - ,$fisK?nBRE5fiB0MBK5/91BN2956c3HH^H&r^r!^^^^^^raiw5P5Ej' •jS.JT^ r* 3® .MlRrcrerasw^ 15 >i*£ m &;$mMh#W r^lWl 'vt \: €atahlialpd 1907 JUmrtrrutl? frar Entered as aecouil class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1011. HENBY D. AKIN Editor-in-Chief %£££? L.PEARCY Business Manager AUBBEY A. GRA\ E8...•. General Assistant Editor JSSi-toSSSS?®®®"*" • ■ •' - Assistant iSSr PHILIP DUNKLIN.. Assistant Editor BBDCE KNICKEBBOCKEB Assistant Editor WILLIAM AYBES. Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Tssistant Editor JUANITA POBTEK , Assistant EditS SUE MOOD iz. .Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWABD BABCUS ....Assistant Editor ELNOBA DULANEY....: 1W .> .Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGE8S .Assistant Business Manager MOBBIS GOFOBJII Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PBICE. .$1.50 PEB YEAB CO-OPERATION The Megaphone is a paper put out by the Students' Association of Southwestern and should r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 12 October 1920

MM THEFT IN MOOD HALL t Dollars' Worth Candy Dl*p Student Involved ? It « m > Say, have you beard about jtT Tom- my Nichols {a in jail and a search war- rant is ont for Joe Bergin. They say it had something to do with Joe Lee Tbom- aon'a candy. There was a big bunch of it stolen. I wonder if it could really be bo? Something ought to be done by the student body. If it ia all a mistake we ought to get Tommy out of jaif. I heard that Joe Bergin has gone down to see the County Attorney. In fact, I think the County Attorney, Mr. Harry Graves, called him up just awhile ago and told him to report imemdiately to his office. I think we ought to see Dr. W under about this. He would know what action to take; but if the authorities have it in hand I don't ee what he or anyone else oould do." Such was the lively conver- sation scattered throughout the hall im- mediately after supper Friday night. W® are sure all the students would like to know the facts in the case; and we are convinced that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 12 October 1920

- ' "" "W- ''W^* ^IfSSZES iMi^aT* . w ' k?m~)' v:- $$®® •v. /••% k 'IS # *.'/v V|^|E£j " 4 V**W * £sW# f-'5L > -' Nil £ «f.' • * MS g| 'IT • •>• -H- sllf> -.>mJ* '■■ ?.vij>;?• <S!K#8,/*35tf cf 1 «*-v:WP?UW-*W i T/yTT' >"<•• F' 8 tP?C' KIM iisiif iSi * : 1P^, s= We Grow Through Excellent Service The Bank Barber Shop Everything Modern and Sanitary Hot and Cold Tub and Shower Baths, Tonics, Soaps, Etc. Next Door to Guaranty State Bank- A. W. Hoyt S. A. Crone HUMOR AND MUSIC >• FATURE ALAMO PROGRAM ' ~ NOVEL DEBATE, "JAZZ-COPATION," ALAMO HISTORY AMD REFRESH MENTS FURNISH VARIETY Last Monday's Alamo program proved to be a session of unusual variety and merriment. For a fow moments before the opening time of the society, Jas. T. Ferguson on the trombone, accompanied l>y i cis Black, demonstrated pieces of "jazz-copatioa" first cousin of syncopa- tion. Sue Mood discussed "Alamos Past and Present/ naming a number of great men of church and state who once stood...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 October 1920

r "k'A ' .M „JH ■ • '•*" "r JtrM'£'$';'f'■1 Mmmwm pppp^f^ip " mrngsmm Hf';7 fm£ Let's Pick PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTEEN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FOURTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XIV NUMBER 3 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 19, 1920. tk ■V* If? Rift M'.-.' HN HAZING ABOLISHED FROM SOUTHWESTERN CRISIS IN HISTORY OF UNIVERSI- TY MET BY PUTTING BAN ON HAZING v ; To hue or not to hue—that is the question which was settled Saturday morning at a mass meeting of the boys of the University. After an hour and a half of deliberation they decided unani- mously to abolish hazing forever from this institution of learning. It was further decided that, if considered advisable, by a student and faculty com- mittee, a formal mode of initiation lor freshmen students into Southwestern Un ivesity be adopted. This meeting was called immed- iately after chapel and Dr. Bishop pre- sided. Talking as man to man be pre- sented the existing conditions. Every ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 October 1920

fiMj, 7IS - 1 ■mjnujni mi Ei-jga r . i B * 5® ^ fijp £jKtafaiiBfir2i ignr 3fanrtr*ntlf flrar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1012, at the podtoffice at Georgetown, Texas, nnder Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. HENRY D. AKIN.! .Editor-in-Chief MANLEY L. PEARCY .* Business Manager AUBREY A. GRAVES General Assistant Editor JOE A. DUBRENBERGER Assistant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN.... Assistant Editor BRUCE KNICKERBOCKER Assistant Editor WILLIAM AYRES ..... Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Tssistant Editor JUANITA PORTER . * Assistant Editor SUE MOOD Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWARD BARCUS Assistant Editor ELNORA DULANEY Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS Assistant Business Manager MORRIS GOFORTH Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.50 PER YEAR HAZING There seems to be a great deal of unrest and a spirit of discon- tent among the boys of the University in regard to the aetion which they took Saturday in abolishing hazing. Their objections are based mainly on tw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 October 1920

fflm il ; Jf® •'T'1'" *§ * n11, "lu ii11 '. . i .1 sssssssssss1 . '' II l'..jl ; ..'." ..' ■. 1 u '.' gggggggBB ■ , i y.i , egg «T 1 Hp Mmpinh Wt^Mi | ffsEBiK Wlil j «; sV*Z}' 'ii •V All $45, $50, $6C and $65 Suits at ■' ■ 1 $36.95 All Suite that sold $75, $85, $90, $1 > | $63.95 . Some SPECIALS in College Girl's Dresses in Satin and Charmeuse. '.if, . -V-C 7^'"' '' ?- it" • , {?' y..rI V * -• "jV ' THE FAIR TB NOW TEACHING i| , Winnefred Haggy, H. S. Math, and His- tory, Rio Grande City. Louise Graham, H. S. English, Clovis, New Mexico. Rose Boddie Bishyp, H. S. English, Wichita Falls. Melton Yarhrough, Prin. H. S., Hutto. Dick Brewer, Prin. and Coach H. S., Caldwell. Helen Hitchcock, H. 8. Latin, Caldwell. Margaret Bar cub, H.- S. English. Florence Cooper, H. 8. Math, and Eng- lish, Lorena. T. H. Tattle,; Science, Palestine. 4 Vnna Lou Baakin, Grades, Cameron. Lnla Mae Dulaney, Grades, Colorado. Alice Hardt, Prin. Rural bchool, Castell. C. M. Kennedy, H; S. Coach, Beaumont. Lou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 October 1920

p L& :.«• v t- SSVfc'iC ■V isl 3 . tti " '.r. 3§®iS =T Toggery Pressing We Clean and Press Your Clotbes TOUTE SUITE Toggery Pressing W. B. McDaniel, Business Mauager Send it toth*Dry Cleaner MILES BROS. Phone 262 Miss Alma Grace Harbour was born on Sept. 28, 1920 to Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Harbour. Since their graduation from Southwestern in 1919, Mr. and Mrs. Har- bour have been doing missionary work in Old Mexico. You sctudy scientific farming to raiBe bigger and better crops. Why not study better babies hygiene to make your baby bigger and stronger T Miss Mattie Mills who spent three years in Southwestern, is now tfking graduate work in the Department of Physical Training at the University of Texas. Robert Brown, A. B. Southwestern"'20, former editor of the Megaphone, is pur- suing journalistic courses in New York. Miss i^ouise Punchard, B. Mub, gradu- ate of last year, arrived in Georgetown Saturday afternoon to visit i~e Tri Del- tas, and Tommy, and to attend the K. A. party Mon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 October 1920

ST:#?; ■K' ■ TIF Ic.' > •' TF-♦ . M M %'T: X I !?/'-■ Hear the Y. M. C. A. Lectures This Week PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY I ######## ESTABLISHED 1907 . FOURTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIV NUMBER 4 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 26, 1920. On to Waco with the SPECIAL! >##########^###############> 4- : , DAVIDSON TEMPORARILY WITH- DRAWS ON ACCOUNT OF HEALTH LAMBERT MURPHY TO APPEAR AT S B. NOTED TENOR TO APPEAR AT UNI VERSITY AUDITORIUM ON 'NOVEMBER 3 - The present season's concert activities will include more good music than this community lias ever before enjoyed; the local situation, incidentally, is not dif- ferent from that in other cities all over the country. America's musical awk- ening seems to have been accomplished in regular Big Ben fashion; music clubs, singing societies, local impressanips, have launched their career# in amazing num- bers during the last .two years, and a New York concert manager recent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 October 1920

f • I m. m mc BffiV if? *53B5P ■ v. '■■ f v^;1'"'"*' ®ljp mpgaplfflttp Calabltaljrft 1907 "• JFuurtrrntl? flrar — . A Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. HENRY D. AKIN Editor-in-Chief MAN LEY L. PEARCY ' Business Manager AUBBEY A. GRAVES General Assistant Editor JOE A. DURRENBERGER Assistant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN.. Assistant Editor BBUCE KNICKERBOCKER Assistant Editor WILLIAM AYRES. Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Tssistant Editor JUANITA PORTER Assistant Editor SUE MOOD Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWARD BARCUS Assistant Editor ELNORA DULANEY Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS Assistant Business Manager MORRIS GOFORTH Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.50 PER YEAR THE SOUTH WAS RIGHT "We had, I was satisfied, sacred principles to maintain, and rights to defend, for which we were in duty bound to do our best, even if we perished in the endeavor. # * * If it were all to b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 October 1920

r Louise Glaum in "SEX"' and Harrold Llyod in "Get Out and Get Under" « f # tie ' r At THE MONARCH Wednesday, Matinee and Night REVIVAL BEING HELD AT SOUTHWESTERN MB. HOUNSHKLL AND MISS HARDY ASSISTING STUDEMTS IN CAR EYING ON MEETING Mr. C. 6. Hounshell and Miss Helen Hardy are assisting the students in a revival in accordance with the Centen- ary program. Mr. Hounshell is an A. B. graduate of Emory and Henry College and a B. D. man from Vanderbilt University. He was for seven years a missionary in Korea and has been for six years a traveling secretary of the Student Vol- unteer Movement of North America. He is now secretary of the General Board of Missions of the M. E. Church, South. Miss Hardy is also a person of broad experience. She was for two years a Y. W. C. A. secretary and spent one year as a traveling secretary in Atlanta. Inher own college days Miss Hardy was a very popular student secretary and membfer of the Student Volunteer Board. She is now student secretary of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 October 1920

P5 ■ K^VKMWGE r% Toggery Pressing We Clean and Press Your Clothes TOUTE SUITE Toggery Pressing W. B. McDaniel, Business Manager Send it fo the Dry Cleaner MILES BROS. Phone 262 PACE SMITH Miss Mildred Smith, who received her A. B. Southwestern Ma, and A. M. Columbia '20, will be married to Mr. J. C. Pace at her honitf in Stamford on October 28th. Immediately after their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Pace will leave for Jndia, where they will be engaged in educational missionary work. WANTED—Agent at the Annex for a drug store. See M. L. Pearcy. J. T. Leeson, Sterling Robertson and Phillip Snced were week-end visitors at the Phi house. Give us your watch and jewelry re- pairing. Work done correctly. Wilcox Bros. WANTED—Agent at the Annex for a drug store. See M. L. Pearcy. Lester Luechauer filled Ins regular ap- pointment as clioir leader in Taylor Sun- day. MERCY! The school room was rather chilly and the school teacher from Boston sent this written complaint to the principal: "There is har...

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