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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 December 1920

Is • JQ fj 1 t la's ■ - /, '* '] •'"V. ,' BOOST FOR YOUR STUDY GROUP 1 ############♦#####<0 04*000 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OP SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FOURTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIV NUMBER 10 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 7, 1920. SUBSCRIBE TO EUROPEAN STUDENT RELIEF STUNT NIGHT IS ~ HOWLING SUCCESS SIX WELL RENDERED ACTS RIVAL ANY MAJESTIC—DOLL SHOW ESPECIALLY GOOD MR. HARWELL SPEAKS AT Y. M. C. '' VISION,' • SUBJECT DISCUSSED AT REGULAR DEVOTIONAL MEETING SUNDAY EVENING • One of the most unique, one of the best combinations and collections of high-rilass vaudeville acts and panto-, mimical displays that has oven been of- fered to the student body of S. XJ. and the town people, was presented last Thursday night beforo a n audienee which packed the Auditorium to its ca- pacity. Rich in laughter, generous m song, and bounteous in wit, the enter- tainment struck a responsive chofrd in. • the audience. The main purpose of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 December 1920

■was M m k alu' ilcijaplii'ttr fertabllaifrft 190? rJ+zVa" Jfanrtrrotlj f rar 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 MANLEY L. PEARCY Business Manager AUBREY A. GRAVES General Assistant Editor JOE A. DURRENBERGER Assistant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN Assistant Editor BRUCE KNICKERBOCKER Assistant Editor WILLIAM AYRES....[. Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN ..... Assistant Editor JUANITA PORTER Assistant Editor SUE MOOD Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWARD BARCUS Assistant Editor ELNORA DULANEY.. i Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS Assistant Business Manager MORRIS GOFORTH >. Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE .. .$1.50 PER YEAR INTER-COLLEGIATE SPORTS The period between Thanksgiving and Christmas is usually the one marked with the greatest restlessness of the whole year. Various factors may be the cause of this state, but the lack of any form of inter-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 December 1920

' ."i;W m 'SP-'.S. ;:h? ■ ROR WIGHT HOWLUB SUCCBS8 ! { « (Continued fonn jng? 1.) of mderille tricks. Olden will cer- tainty have missed his calling if he fails to travd. the circuits. Act five was the feature billing, the headliner of the evening, "The Doll Show.'' It was an act worthy of any Majestic bill in the country. There Were some ten or fifteen "baby dolls" eoetumed to represent every kind of doll, from dangerous vamps to innocent babies. The dolls were in display at a fashion- able toy shop. After being randled all day by prospective buyers and being foreed to look their best for so long, they felt a great relief to be able to rid themselves of their worries and cares when closing time came. .Then they might act natural and frolic and play to their heart's content in the deserted show. Some of the expressions of their animation were as follows: Mildred Jackson danced several most artistie and graceful dances; Nemo favored the dolls with some songs and stepped a few origina...

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

p* 1 it* a, mm. n JU:? & Lorraine Marshall spent a few days at home in Moody. Opal and Cecile Dowdy visited rel- atives in Weir Sunday. Messrs. Lewis Holmes, Byron Leaird, Jr., and Irvin McCreary from Gatesville visited at the Annex Sunday. Eleanor Eason of State University was the week-end guest of Margaret Victrey. Marie Noelke paid her customary week- ly visit to Suothwe'stern. / "Be it ever so homely there's no face like your own."—Student Life. The finest line of candy ever brought to the city.—Jhe Alcove. "I don't know as I ever saw a reli- gion that did not have some good in it. Now, according to the Chinese religion, a man cannot get into heaven until all his debts are paid. (I have several ex- friends that 1 wish were Chinamen.)" —Will M. Crcssy. (toucher College, Maryland, is the first woman's college in the country to provide foe the education of women voters as a result of the nineteenth amendment. This was made possible by the will of Mrs. Elizabeth King El- licott,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 December 1920

:f J <! Hamw Hew Year LAj^L^k FUBLUHB) EVER! TUESDAY THB YBAK ST OB WUUHli'ir AMOOUTiaV auuuwuilu OOP ESTABLISHED 1907 FOURTEENTH TEAK VOLUME XIV NUMBER 11 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 14, 1920. Many Christaas and Happy New Year 1921 SOU'WESTER DEDICATED TO THSLEY of the Auoal staff the %' Aasoriation Mi Monday far the dual purpose of eleet- iag the fkaKr aoaber to whan the 19X1 Sou'wester is to be dedicated, aad the fire most popular young ladies ha school who are to appear ea the Beaaty Page- Tinsley was aa the eas to he hoaored by the of the year bnfc. latDe Snipes of DougbmviBe, Nina Of gen of Weir, Juh WHbern of Alice, of Plaiaeiew were ia the Fgnda% Coyest. The Methods ased ia ascertaining the ■est popular young ladies were my jest aad dusast i stir aad have set with the eatire approval of the stadeat body. ▼ote. A large ia the aaditeri- aad eouatiag of i while the stag la aiasiie UDOLE SNIPES GIVES EXPRESSION IE0TAL pmnaoa i OGHS AND OOEFF1NOEB. 1921 SOUTHWESTERN for 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 December 1920

®1jp fllpganbnttp 1907 JFourtnutl) |nr as seeond-elsss nail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffiee at Georgetown, Texas, trader Act or Congress of March 3, 1911 HENBY D. AKIN.... Editor-in Chief MANLEY L. PEABCY Business Manager AUBREY A. GRAVES General Assistant Editor JOE A. DURRENBERGEB Assistant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN.. Assistant Editor HBUCE KNICKERBOCKER. Assistant Editor WILLIAM AYBE8 . Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor JUANITA PORTER ...Assistant Editor BUB MOOD ...Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWARD BABCUS ...Assistant Editor ELNOBA DULANEY Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGE88 Assistant Business Manager MORRIS GOFORTH .Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.50 PER YEAR The Megaphone wishes good grades on exams, a merry Christ' mas and a happy New Year to all. HONOR A high standard of honor has prevailed at Southwestern this year. Cheating on tests has been eliminated by means of student opinion and a very satisfactory state of affairs now exists. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 December 1920

:|U "7 TBI DELTS HONOR VHttT- mo DELEGATE WITH TEA With Tri in P*a- - "v * r y • tirnttr Han Delta. Delta Delta entertained for Kin Agnes Husband Thursday after- noon in Fraternity Hall. The hall was ~ artistically decorated with ferns, pot- plants, and baskets of chrysanthemums. As la the ease in all gatherings and en- tertainments given in the fraternity halls, the Victrola was kept playing all afternoon. Several times, however, H wae thought advisable to break the mo- notony and consequently the pledges were called on to sing their songs. They 'sang with lots of pep and, this, with the originality of the sentiment and Tri Delta spirit revealed in the songs, made a wonderful impression on Miss Hus- band and the patronesses of Delta Delta Delta. Lucille Snipes read "The Creation" and "Who's Afraid." It was discov- ered that there were other leaders pres- ent and after much persuasion Loraine forgot her dignity and gave verbal interpretation of "Pillar Fights." Gladys Hufstutler bro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 December 1920

INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES TEXAS UNIVERSITY A series of inter-fruternity basket- ball gnmes is la progress. Of the thirty-one mea who will sit in the State Seaato daring the next ses- Kioa of the legislature, fifteen are ex- students of the University of Texas. Leslia C. Menem of Shiner, brother of Mabel Merrem, has successfully tried out for and made the debating squad. PIedfes of Sigma Delta Chi add Theta Sigma Phi, honorary journalistic frater- nities put out an edition of the Daily Texan last week. Five scholarship students from Mex- ico will enter the University of Texas next term. The Curtain Club presented three one- act plays Moaday night. Sweaters for the Longhoro reserves, managers and assistant managers, the Shorthorns, and the Male-eared Fresh- man squad have been awarded at the ex- pense of over fourteen hundred dollars to the Athletic Council. BAYLOB Jerome K. Re id, Baylor's strong tackle, has been elected to captain the Bears during the 1921 season. The Baylor Fish beat t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 January 1921

m ■' m. W, • ■v-..yi\ *}.y. ■ WL. Vf !?.' * <T' " '' •1r'•" 4j$ <5*'2' •' ...r* ': <* .t&ttMMvri f+++++*++++++—+*++0—+f 5^*$*'- \y .-.' *• ''HP *51«%h-w ff - :<" ' '. " * Jjjl $ { - -., PUBLISHED EVBRY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL TEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ADDRESSES YJLCA. ffli Ml r&m [W:M- ? V '■■MlS SSftii $ .>■ "^>V AT DEVOTIONAL 1NO ON "DANGER OP WASTE AND VALUE OF WOBK" Mrs. Sessions said that it was a spe- opportunity to get to speak to the bofs of the university at their first meeting in the new year. The subject Of '■"Waste" was an- nounced and the words, "He left home and wasted his substance in riotous living," was the key to the address. She began: "Who did it, and who wasted anythingt #0 ope but a prod- igal, a spendthrift, a *never-do-well. What did he waste! He wasted his itanee. Substance is the worth- Id part of anything. It may be his nWMiey, his time, hip opportunity, his mlhd, hi" will-power, his youth, or his vit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 January 1921

Styg HUgapfrmtr btaUUfrt 1907 JTuiutrraHj |rar as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffiee at Georgetown, Texas, under Aet of Congress of March 3, 1912 HENBT D. AKIW. '. Editor-in-Chief MANLEY'L. PEABCY Business Manager AUBREY A. GBAVE8 General Assistant Editor JOE A. DUBBENBEBGEB.. Assistant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN.. Assistant Editor BBUGE KNICKERBOCKER. .Assistant Editor WILLIAM AYBE8 Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor JUANITA POBTEB Assistant Editor SUE MOOD Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWABD BABCUB..... Assistant Editor ZLNOBA DULANEY Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGE88 Assistant Business Manager MOBBIS GOFOBTH Assistant Business Manager 8UB8GBIPTION PBICE $1.50 FEB YEAB basketball Do yon know that Southwestern has a basketball team? Yes, a few of yon who have been practicing and training so hard every day are folly aware of this fact. And a few more who happened to drop in at the Gym while praetiee was in progress also know that Southwes- tern h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 January 1921

1 p ./ lb •A - = f i m [r if f .pi 1 | * '' w i >*'1 SOCIETY ELECTS 1 TEEM OFFICERS Garter, Wilson, Tfmm, Smith uA Beville An K«* Alamo Pilots "Nationalism la Oar Liteaatrue" was the subject for discussion at the aatting of the Alamo Literary Society ea Monday morning. Mary Mathilde Ufa "gave an interesting presentation •f -the subject in an accurate and at- tractive way. She gave a brief history ff the growth and development of the qpMt of nationalism in the literature •f Aawriea. •sfie Norman sang '' Lullaby from JwsQprn." Alamos always enjoy Oefle's mIm^ bat this one was made unusually attractive because of the beautiful pi- mm accompaniment played by Beryl iaUmtweker and the violin obbUgato % CHmon Trulove. ■ha next number was an interesting lHaaarous reading rendered by Grace ZSag in her always pleasing manner. He most important feature of the ' waa the election of officers for Joe Lee Thomson hss bass aaado the new president for Alamo. SMni Carter was elector vice pres- ite...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 January 1921

$5 ' iff PL I' PH W^W&Swmh f'Si HI f;-,r< i^p^lSfirappp ■ . f ■. ' •*• DISTINCTIONS 1 jLlr.- H i, gVi;.;. W \ y. mf Aluui Agee, French 71-90; Bible 51-92. Henry D. Akin, English 59 92; Phil. 51-92; Econ. 51-98. Mary M. Akin, English 7-98; French 7- 95; Chem. 1-90; Bible 2-93. Beruiece Arnold, Expression 90. F. J. Avant, Spanish 1-90. Wro. L. Ayres Jr., Eng. 2-90; Math. 5- 99; Hist. 2-96; Ger. 1-96. Jack Bain, Eng. 2-90; Math. 7-96; Hist. 2-93; Latin 61-92; Pb. Sp. 2-90. Virginia Banner, Bible 4-92. Annie E. Barcus, Eng. 7-100; Greek 55- 90; Econ. 51-99; Bible 70-95; Expres- sion 94. Elizabeth Beck, Math. 5-92; Latin 7-96; Expression 90. Beryl Bell, Span. 1-90; Pb. Sp. 2-90. Harvey Bell, Biol. 1-98; Chem. 61-97; PhiL 51-92. Maud Benson, H. Econ. 22-90. Wilhelmina Berger, Span. 7-90. John Bergin, Chem. 1-90. Lois Black, Mat. 5-95. Glenna Brown, Hist. 14-90; Span. 1-95. Winifred Bnoy, French 7190. Ebba Mae Busch, Bible 2-90; Pb. Sp. 2-90. Edwin C. Calhoun, Span. 1-92; Phil. 51- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 January 1921

< >' • ■ * KPP^'''!r^/i - -'•:*■ *j*M- ;Vt,-•:,-; '■:••■■ ■■v; ,V. - ■ '■■ '>".'• • •.- '-■., ■ . • ■'. ",/" • V ^SS-al^^iV■■•:■' - $ &>£& :v m•• ••./ ••,: ¥ | x I > t f-'Kr *^mr^W^SW<?- #*2 XW WWW«««WW W| THE GREATER SOUTHWESTERN! ;'T, >> # ################# v •*?• €t- apljnne PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY MOOD HALL BOYS , HOLD OPEN HOUSE ' — GIRLS RETREAT IN DUETS WHEN "GOODNIGHT, GIRLS" IS 80UNDED Something entirely new was featured at the Hall last Saturday night when the beys held open house to the girls. Anything out of the ordinary around Georgetown is usually a success, but this occasion not only afforded a break in the monotony of the' general routine, but was marked as a bright spot in the social events of the school year. The girls came "en masse" from the Annex without dates to see the bays at the halL Leap-year has passed, bat there still seems to linger a faint seip- blanc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 January 1921

-\ Wk& «*$ Shr llpgapl|DUP Eatahltslrrb 1807 ISiBSI 3hmilmill| frar yyffi- ' ■'. ■■ J / Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postolfiee at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 HENRY D. AKIN t Editor-in-Chief MANLEY L. PEABCY Business Manager AUBREY A. GRAVES General Assistant Editor JOE A. DURRENBERGER. Assistant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN . Assistant Editor BRUCE KNICKERBOCKER. •/.*■ .Assistant Editor WILLIAM AYBES Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor JUANITA PORTER Assistant Editor SUE MOOD .Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWARD BARCU8 Assistant Editor ELNORA DULANEY Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGE8S .Assistant Business Manager MORRIS GOFORTH Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.50 PER YEAR AUBREY A. GRAVES. ISSUE EDITOR THE SOU'WESTER Many of us on the sidelines have been watching the work of the Sou'wester staff with intense interest this year and as a result feel that we are assured the best year book ever give...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 January 1921

. ' - .V- , ' MaaraofMtt IP^ 1 - < WBBWm^ ' % ' ■ ■ *vfw£P \ ' to* • • -JWL c, Aebrey Graves, vice president of AI w Literary Society, presided over he ■Minting Monday morning. Jark acted as secretary; aad after the can the program was announced, ftrit number was a piano solo by Tyson. A. W. Hall followed Miss Tyson Willi a talk on "My best habit is my beat as a life habit/' Mrs. Hall said in part that honesty, sincerity, self* si ii Hi i. and diNge^ee were qualities to bo acquired by a really ambit ions poscoa, but the quality of work waa the of snccess. Nothing lew than soeeess, and each should la his hands, heart, and head to do > best of whieh he was eapcrtrie. She open the society that heart ruled the world, and she urged to be thoroughbreds—good winners lamia. „ Marshall followed Mrs. Hall k a reading entitled "Katiefe An- tr." This was a story of the an- al passion «f a young nan for Katie I the answer die gave hint. hmiima of the society was then tak- up and the new of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 January 1921

hRH0£k*4;' 1 " H'- ^'.. ' ":'s '•■ T'f mk'C Sr ■ ■. ■■'£ ■. \ ?Wffe !Ka< iv 1: v - -**%&. %• -^y 2r<.v" A^f-™>**v,'■:■■< ■>•< • A&$<«Kg•* • ■' * klSA * #Vus! :>.; •■.♦',. {i&Tffip*v; i Jr-> 1 ~ -F- ?' •? ; rstW^m ■ .^r*v ■ . v«X t . "&t?Sx I If ' V: V ■ DISTINCTIONS (Continued from last week.) Kathleen If Call, Spaa. 7-91. Lite McClellan, French 1-94; Phil. 51- *6. (Bryan Me Daniel, Chem. 61-90. Loaiw Me Daniel, Math. 5-92; Hist. 2- 92; French 194; Bible 2-92. Njnah McDonald, Span. 1-90. Kaletah MeEhoy, H. Eeon. 22-90. Roberta McElroy, Eng. 7-97; French 7- 93; Muaie 90 and 90. lether McKamie, Math. 5-92. L. C. McNeil, Eng. 59-90; Bible 51-92. Wm. T. Magee, Hist. 2-90; BioL 1 -90. Leia Major, Voice 90. Loraine Marshall, Pb. 8p. 70-90; Pb. Sp. 76-90; Expression 92. }o Martin, H. Eeon. 34-90. Angebel Mason, Math. 5-90; Hist. 2-90; Span. 196. - Frances May field, Eng. 2-90; Hist. 2-90. Mabel Merrem, French 7-92; Phil. 51- 91; Expression 96. Sue...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 January 1921

oaH ft* | L|h|( Illy i( |, i,i i>, i, i SOUTHWESTERN FOR THE BEST! r.v , .vJk . > ' . ft ninmmmvmmimmmmm/ PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAE St THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OP SOUTHWESTEBN UNIVERSITY s dS sc.- •jp?' h -if. T. EC A. HEARS DR. C. C, CODY ■—mammmmmm* "THE OEAND OLD MAN OP SOUTH- WESTEBN" GIVES WOBDS OP ADVICE AND COUNSEL In his opening words Dr. Cody re- vealed the fact that he had been con- nected with Southwestern in some ca- pacity for a little over forty-four years. He is truly a grand old man, and his connection with Southwestern has been and continues to be one of unselfish ser- vice with the best interest of the insti- tution forever in view. Ont of his rich experiences he brought to light and warned his hearers against some of the pitfalls of college life. He . took as his text a verse uttered by Paul: "See that you walk circumspectly, not as fools." ' Following up his text, Dr. Cody very vividly showed by examples and words of wisdom the evolution of a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 January 1921

V 5BS5 Wat jMrgauhmtr btsUtiripft laar HHp Suurtrrntlj fwur Entered as seeond-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postofflce at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1911 HENRY D. AKIN Editor-in-Chief MANLEY L. PEABCY Business Manager 4UBBEY A GBAVES General'Assistant Editor JOE A. DURBENBERGEB Assistant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN T Assistant Editor BBUCE KNICKEBBOCKEB... .Assistant Editor WILLIAM AYRES ., Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN . Assistant Editor JUANITA POBTEB Assistant Editor SUE MOOD Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWABD BABCUS ..Assistant Editor BLNOBA PULANEY .Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGES8 Assistant Business Manager MOBBIS GOFOBTH.. Assistant Business Manager SUBSCBIPTION PBICE .*1.50 PEB YEAB W. L. AYBE8 ISSUE EDITOB ISSUE EDITORS The Megaphone has amended its policy by action of the staff to the extent that each week for nine successive weeks it will be edited by an Issue Editor. These Issue Editors will be chosen from the edi- torial staff and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 January 1921

T " * iV" m « I"":' VS.; VO;= 11 ' ' ■HI DANCE HELD in curls' gym Last Saturday night was the first a^ght is all the history of. the Annex gym's existence when chivalrous gentle- am escorted dashing young women to the gym for a party, the fact, even an mtimation of subh procedure would meet with severe disapproval, still let ub in- siat that about fifteen couples spent a vary pleasant hour and a half in the gym January 22. Hiss Panchita Gilliam was the hos- teee; the honorees, Misses Martha Gore •ad Await Thomas of the Annex and MM Whately of Austin. Shortly after the crowd gathered Mr. Oedric Percival Karbach and Miss But- terfly Brown led the grand march, after partners were chosen and dancing which ] hW°- Just before' the lights, were out Miss (Milan gave a welcome word and soon the guests were more contented "putting away" ice cream and- cake. Soon the lights were out and the guests departed for their respective rooms having assured Miss Gillian that they had spent a most pleasa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 January 1921

M8NES INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES BASKETBALL Texas 81, S. M. V. 18 Bice 28, Baylor if A. ft M. 35, Bice 17 Baylor 85, Texan 18. Bieo 28, Baylor 81. Simmons 31, Howard Payne 15. SimtnooH 28, Howard Payne 13. STATE UNIVERSITY In the Btrav vote being taken con- cerning the removal of the University, some 500 votes have been cast and thus far aa overwhelming majority are for the removal. Tennis is no side issue this year. The schedule includes two matches with A. ft M., one with S. M. U.t and the South- west Tennis Champion Sleet at Waco. Also efforts will be made to send play- ers to the Southern Meet at Swanee and to a national meet. Coach Littlefield held the first regu- lar track workouts Monday. BAYLOB The personnel of Baylor's five debat- ing teams were elected recently. These debates are: Univrsity of California; Wake Forrest College of Wake Forrest, North Carolina; Ouachita College of Arkansas; Simmons College at Abilene. A contract with Baylor Belton has been signed. The debaters in ...

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