ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Megaphone, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 874 items from Megaphone, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
874 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 February 1921

l*tf fir. .:Vv'H^ 1::'. •-.-: u&«« 4:.^V! Sfflp *t$ PRACTICE PROGRESSING ' f/V i liT, PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ^* :$$$$#* •)■'■ 1 $*1 •* .1 i;<: GIVE ANNUAL PARTY AT GYM V #;v;. te: p t jjl jjj ■ •- ■ Sfi4;; .: W: %:■ i ' . PRESIDENT OF THE CLASS AT- TENDS PARTY—FIRST TXMB IN SBVBBAL YEARS The Freshman Class gave their party in the Gymnasium Saturday night. The outstanding feature of the party wis the presence of Jack Biun, president fit the class. This is the first time in quite' a few years that a Freshman president has been safely escorted to the annual party by his Freshmen friends in time to engage in all the events of the party. Another noticeable feature in the matter of attendance was the scarcity of boys at the first of the party. How- ever, this can be dismissed with the fact that Science Building plus Sopho- mores plus plenty of ropea does not agree well with attendance at the Fresh- man party. ...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 February 1921

m/m ®lir fHpgapljiuu' isor Jfonrtrrnlfi |m as Mrtad-dui nail matter, September 7, 1012, at the postoflice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of Man-b 3. 191! flZNBY D. AKIN Editor-in-Chief MANLKY 1*. PEABCY Business Manager AUBBKY A. GRAVES General Assistant Editor JOE A. DDBBENBEBGEB .Assistant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN.. Assistant Editor BRUCE KNICKEBBOCKEB. .Assistant Editor WILLIAM ATBES Assistant Editor HAZEL OATM AN Assistant Editor JUANITA POBTEB ; Assistant Editor SUE MOOD Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWARD BABCU8 Assistant Editor BLNORA DULANEY Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGES8 Assistant Business Manager MORRIS GOFORTH Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ..v. ...$1.50 PER TEAR - JUANITA POBTEB .., .......ISSUE EDITOB EXERCISE There is a tendency among many of us to avoid the deep things that college offers. We are content to take the courses that require the least exercise of our intellectual and mental faculties; we shun anything that might tax our brains...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 February 1921

/ n v.; ,f /<4pjjM^g5g| ■ / -Ajw'fHT ' ■*> lEXAITS WORK IN | i IAm EFFECTIVE K W. L. MANN 18 HELPING TO FIOHT DREADED MALADT 'f , - ON ISLAND In the tropical Isle of Haiti, absorbed ia his work, a Texas doctor is contribut- or the best years of his life in an effort to discover the cause and cure of the jhwadod malady now sweeping over that iMitrj and talcing a death toll of 10 per. eat of the population each year. V%is Texan, whose humantarian work to behalf of the Haitians is now attracting wide attention, is Dr. W. L. Mann, sur- 0MB of the United States Navy, with the ink of Lieutenant Commander, a native of Georgetown aftd for a short time a res- jfloat of Dallas. He married Miss Ann daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. i of Dallas, five yean ago. IS MEDICAL SUPERVISOR. * Dr. Mann, who ia supervising the entire department of the American con- trailed Gendarmerie d' Haiti, with head- quarters at Port-au-Prince, is a gradu- ate of Harvard medical school, holder of several college ...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 February 1921

mm m IHM PiipffiF . —- .Mmemj :*..vf. •>W,- n /S9b • * w#.; ".,.^••"1* ••;•. •;<v- •PJr,•<;«■: W /*,««tv*SK- • •'••aiR V'tfc-JBSSW* ^! ■ " . ' 1 1 I " " V IJBCAJB&4N8 ■ • Did you ever see the charming little oae act play, "Lima Beans"? It is a sportive and lightsome movement in dialogue from beginning to end. In "lama Beans" the characters are four: husband, wife, the voice of the huck- ster and—the eurtain! The husband and wife might be called marianettes, for they are puppets moved by strings, to the rhythm of music, to imitate hu- man movements. The pantomime used suggests a parody on the ancicnt Bur- mese dances. Oras Shaw represents the husband, Bernice Hufstutler the wife, aqd Doyle Farrfngton the huckster. The three are really talented comediennes. From the rising of the curtain to its fall the play is one of fun and merriment. It has been rightly called a "Scherzo Play." So all arc waiting impatiently for the night of one act plays to be given some- time this mo...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 February 1921

WEEK'S SCORE Pirates . 108 OppoMab _ 52 PUBLDBHHD EVERY TUESDAY IBB SCHOOL YBAB BY THB STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY « ** *> ESTABLISHED 1907 FOURTEENTH YEAS VOLUME XIV. NUMBER 16 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEB. 8, 1921. WEEK'S SCORE | I I * | • P 1%' ■'•>5- I j 1 FINE ARTS FACULTY APPEARSW RECITAL ««B« CUBBY, EVANS, JOHNSON AND PAYNE BENDER DELIGHT- FUL EVENING OF MUBIO ' A large sad appreciative audience as- sembled in the University chapel on the evening of January 31. The occasion was the Faculty Recital given by tbe Music Department of Southwestern Uni- versity under the direction of Miss Etdka Evans. Miss Florence Clisby, pianist, present- ed the first number, consisting of the following group: (a) Prelude from Eng- lish'Suite in A minor (Bach); (b) Ave Maria (Henselt); Preambolo (Jadas- sohn). The easy and unaffected .man- ner, the delightful grace and the sincere purpose with which this young artist played, won the admiration and ap- plause of the a...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 February 1921

«jS m. " ■ • • - (Ft;? Hkgapfrmtg ffafhll«il|r> 1907 fmrtmitli frar Entered as second-class mail matter, Georgetown, Texas, under Act September 7, 1912, nt the posto! or Congress of March 3, 1911 ffiee at HBNEY D. AKIN Editor-in-Chief MANLEY L. PEABCY ...Business Manager AT7BBEY A GRAVES General Assistant Editor JOE A. Assistant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN Assistant Editor BBUCE KNICKEBBOCKEB. Assistant Editor WILLIAM ATBES . Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor JUANITA POBTEB Assistant Editor SUE MOOD Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWABD BABCUS Assistant Editor ELNORA DULANEY Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS Assistant Business M; MOBBIS GOFOBTH Assistant Business Mi $1.50 PEB YEAB ISSUE EDITOB "V" > CLASS MATES How many students do you know pos- itively are in your class f The Tecent class rush has done much to arouse the class spirit and it also showed some cases where such a spirit was sadly lack- ing. There should be a class spirit as strong as fraternity or literary...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 February 1921

.to*: '< ,V ,+ f9Hn* ,1s. V v* = i CONCERT PLEASES LARGE AUDIENCE CHOIR OF mVXVBMUTY CHUBOH GIVES BBAtJTIFUIt BBGITAIi AT gUWDAT NIGHT SERVICE Performing before • full church, the Choir of the University Methodist Church, taking their theme as Praise, gave a concert last Sunday evening. The program was well arranged and well rendered and the opinion of the students was that it was the most en- joyable Sun-lny night they have en- joyed this year. The choir is composed largely of Uni- versity students and faeulty members and. is directed by Miss Claire Payne, University oVoice Instructor. Practice is'held on Tuesday evening. The con- cert spoke well for both the instructor and the talent of the musicians. The last trio was especially beautiful. The program rendered was as follows: s. ■ 5 Organ Volyuntary Hymn—2 Prayer Praise the Lord, Te Heavens Adore Him Schondorf Messrs. Gillett, Wentz, Davidson, Godbey Scripture Beading Gloria Patri Meineke The Lord is my Shepherd Smart . lbs. W...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 February 1921

"f OCCUPIES ALAMO SOCIETY •f Ji " Alamo Hall was the M*ene of lively ami peppy discussions on the rurrent question, "Resolved, That Japanese im- migratioa to the United States should be prohibited," Monday morning. Mr. Bass presented the question sup- porting the affirmative side and very strongly advocated that the Japs be kept out of the United States. His ar- gument was good and was delivered in a splendid and forceful manner. Doyle Farringon defended the neg- ative side. His line of argument was also good and he made a strong appeal to his fellow Alamos showing where both the Japs and the United States would be benefited by such immigration. Kvery Alamo was full of pep and en- thusiasm and entered into the debate determined to make his or her side win. The young ladies proved an equal to the young men in their argument and skill as debaters. After a live diaeussion on the ques- tion presented, a vote was taken which favored the affirmative side. The Alamo Society has a largfc am...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 February 1921

J . I V1£Z jar . 777777? PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY Hear TAGORE Wednesday ESTABLISHED 1907 FOURTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIV. NUMBER 17 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEB. 15, 1921. Night BASKETBALL GIRLS SPLIT SERIES WITHSJ.U. GIRLS _____ i SOUTHWESTERN TAKES FIRST GAME 12 TO 10—S- M. U. COPS SECOND 22 TO 18 KING OF MAY 1921 JHui' Southwestern locked up with her ath- letic rivals Thursday and Friday nights. While 8. U. and p. M. U. are not par- ticular enemies in girls' basketball, yet a game of interest is always insured when these two schools meet in any sport. Southwestern started off with a rush and distinctly outclassed S. M. U. thru- out the first half. Neither team could score for several minutes but Heath soon marked up S. U. two ^joints. Then the battle raged on. The visiting sex- tet played hard and with luck in their favor they managed to finish the first half with * score of only 8 to 6 against Ai ■■ V.„v 1 % % 'SW "0 Daring...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 February 1921

®hr iMpgapIjnttP £*tablt*lfrit 1907 JTunrlrnitif frar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, .1912, at the postoflice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 HENBY D. AKIN ....Editor-in-Chief MANLEY L. PEARCY Business Manager AUBBEY A. GBAVES General Assistant Editor JOE A. DUBRENBERGER Assistant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN Assistant Editor BBUCE KNICKEBBOCKEF Assistant Editor WILLIAM AYBES Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor JTJANITA POBTEB ,T Assistant Editor SUE MOOD Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWABD BABCUS Assistant Editor ELNOBA DULANEY Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS Assistant Business Manager MOBBIS GOFOBTH Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE.'. $1.50 PER YEAR PHILIP DUNKLIN ISSUE EDITOR PRESS CLUB Southwestern formerly had a live Press Club but, due to the emer- gencies of the war,, it was broken into, as were many of her former organizations. At present, however, there is no Press Club and membership in the Intercollegiat...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 February 1921

: I MEGAPHONE STAFF TURNS HIGH SOCIETY Staff Is Lavishly Entertained at Home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Dwight Went* Monday Evening It was indeed a happy privilege to be a member of the Megaphone staff Mon- day night. Mr. and Mrs. W. Dwight Wentz entertained in the form of an in- formal party, which was conceded to be, by those pr^bent, the liveliest and most truly enjoyable affair ever given the same group. A short business session was held be- fore the social functions began. The matter of membership in the Intercol- legiate Press Association was brought before the staff and was left for them to decide up. S. U. was formerly an active member of the Association and having been urged tb once more lend their co-operation, in all probabil- ity she will join and take au- activc part in the work of the Press Associ- ation. , , With the business off their hands, ev- eryone threw themselves whole-heart- edly into the stream of care-freeness and jollity which was to carry them in- to a virtual gul...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 February 1921

WfT.' vSff! ft'ira QUIZZES ^ FRESHMAN ENGLISH These simple "aids to the study of our mother tongile" afe contributed to The Megaphone in the hope that they may give the Freshman a helping hand in his laborious climb up the steep stejs <.f Parnassus: HARRIET BEECHER STOWE I Little Harriet Beecher went awalking one day In a meadow where mowors were mowj ing the hay. And merry she sang as she tripped along; For her heart was full of the Spring's ewoet song.1 So full was her heart that she heeded not The stubbles and briars that her bare feet caught. But, tripping along, she stubbed her too; And then from her lips came a wail of woe. Old Mother B—, rising up from lie^tea, Rushed wildly over the meadow to see Whatever it was that made little H. B. Wail forth her grief like a heathen Ohinee. Out there on the meadow the little one lay, Anursing her foot on the new-mown hay. And old Mother B—, as she gazed on her woe, Cried: "Poor little Harriet Beecher*s toe!" QUESTIONS ON THE TEXT I 1....

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 February 1921

m v J. v • pHp ' -f w|f" : M MpHHjsj ^f|v ■, wp^p' ATTEND MASK AMD WIG PLAYS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAK BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY TAGORE DELIGHTS LARGE AUDIENCE I NOTED PHILOSOPHER AND POET OF INDIA SPEAKS IN UNIVER- SITY AUDITORIUM • f i'Jk Babindranath Tagore, the distin- guished Hindu singer, read to a large audience in- the University auditorium Wednesday evening, February 17th. This was by far the most notable ly- ceum number that has been given at 8outhweatern< University and those pres- ent were indeed fortunate in having be- fore than such a rare and charming personality. N Tagore is India's greatest lyric poet and spiritual and patriotic leader. He is a distinguished writer and philoso- pher. His songs are sung in his native country—and have been for years—even by the smallest children. The poet eanght the attention of the audience the minute he appeared on the platform. His personal appear an ee was unique and characteristic, a...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 February 1921

. a* v'• '« .-,: ■■■■'*•1 K ;;:r '• - 1 w XNfil %*: glljp iKegaptfonr ErfablteM 1907 JTmtrtmdlf |m m HcoBd-elan mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffiee at i, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. HENBY D. AKIN Editor-in-Chief MANLfJY L. PEABCY . Business Manager AUBREY A. GBAVES General Assistant Editor JOE A. DUBBENBEBGEB Assistant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN Assistant Editor BBUCE KNICKERBOCKER Assistant Editor WILLIAM AYBES .Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor JUANITA POBTEB . ; . J. Assistant .Editor SUE MOOD Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWARD BABCU8 Assistant Editor ELNORA DULANEY Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS Assistant Business Manager MOBBI8 GOFOBTH Assistant Business Manager * 8UB8CBIPTION PBICE $1.50 PER YEAR ANNIE EDWABD BABCUS . ISSUE EDITOR GETTING THE TRUE WORTH OP YOUR COLLEGE How many, many of us go through college without ever being a real Freshman, a true Sophomore, a genuine Junior, or a sure- enough Senior! Let's get into the spirit ...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 February 1921

*'" ... ■ , \'h:-- 1 ■■ ■;- \- : H w& 1 ?w < W; tSSf DE. GRAY ; wTj lay School 7&'- ON RELIGION Union anil Its of Tagora't -Vr,V V •! iP; "A), ; Ik .:'.£ . V ; ' * t ®ii ■ ^ ' -i- 'ft ■~ -y *SZfp Dr. H. L. Gray addressed the Sunday school on the subject of '' Tagore'' last Sunday morning. The speaker did not concern himself with the life of Tar gore, but took up a di&ussion of the man's religion and its relation to Chris- tianity. , Or. Gray said that Tagore was not a Christian. He belongs to a society which, while it aceeptB the Christian truths, does not accept all its customs. "My intense sympathy is with men of that sort. 1' Many people cannot understand how Heathenism can produce such a man aa Tagore. Tagore is not a prod- uct of Heathenism but of Christianity. No man can got entirely away from his past. While he and his society are col- ored with Hinduism, they are by-prod- ucts^ if not direct products, of Chris- tianity." Dr. Gray then showed that men of simila...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 February 1921

w m- l NOT SUCH A LABGE PLACE It teemed that when Bastus and Sam died they took different routes, so when the latter got to heaven he called Bas- tus on the 'phone, "•Bastus," he said, "how yo' like it down tharf" v . i'4Oh, boy! Dis am gome place," re- plied Bastus. "All we has ter do iB ter wear a red suit wid horns, and ebery new an' den shovel uome coal on de file. We don't work no mor dan two hours out ob de twenty-four down here. But tell me, Sam, how is it wid you up yonder!" "Mah goodness! We has to get up at fo' o'clock in de mawnin' an' gethah in de stahs; den we has to haul in de moon and hang out de sun. Den we has tor roll de clouds aroun' all day long." "But Bam, how comes it yo' has ter work so hardf" "Well, to tell de truf, Bastus, we's kin' o' short of help up here."—Ex- change. Watch and Jewelry Bepairing. Wilcox Bros. The record of what American institu- tions of learning did during the recent war has been compiled and published by Dr .Charles F .Thwing, president...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 March 1921

iW. - T- y ■ \ i w$ it? fi MASK AND WIG CLUB INf ONE^ACT PLAYS SIX OHB ACT PLAYS BY CONTEM POKARY AUTHORS STAGED IK AUDITORIUM The Mar% and Wig Club of South- western presented six choice one act plays in the University auditorium on Jfridsy evening, February 25. The plays presented were characteristic of the times and were .well acted, accurately and forcefully portraying a Certain modern American spirit. The first play of the evening, 'J£np- preased Desires,'? was excellently por- trayed. The interpretation of the lines was characteristic, and the semi-serious atmosphere was held throughout. Cast of characters: Henrietta Brewster— Laura Courtney; Stephen Brewster— Emory Horger; Mable—Hazel Oatman. Special mention is*to be made of "The Wise Man" aa interpreted by Lester Lueehaner, and of the "Fool" as presented by Loraine Marshall, in the second play of the evening^ "The Hour Glass." Every character was tru- ly portrayed and the costuming and stage setting were effective. Mr. Lue- ...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 March 1921

liiraiMkwi ns?^ vs5?". Ml Pfiviik iB \ ullir Upgapljmtp W *""""~ s , as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March S, 1911 HENBY D. AKIN Editors-Chief MANLEY L. PEABCY, .Business Manager AUBBEY A. GBAVES .General Assistant Editor JOE A. DUBBENBEBGEB Assistant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN... .N .Assistant Editor BBUCE KNICKERBOCKER.. Assistant Editor WlLLIAM AYRES. .Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN .. .. Assistant Editor JTJANITA PORTER :.. .Assistant Editor SUE MOOD Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWARD BABCUS , .Assistant Editor ELNORA DULANEY .Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS ;... .Assistant Business Manager MOBBIS GOFOBTH Assistant Bnsiness Manager SUBSCBIPTION PRICE .$1.50 PEB YEAB BRUCE KNICKERBOCKER ISSUE EDITOR SPORTSMANSHIP ? 1 ? ? While in Georgetown recently with his basketball team, the S. M. TJ. eoach cancelled all the baseball games that had been scheduled be- tween Southwestern and S. M. U. for the coming ...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 March 1921

BAN JACINTO HAS P l ^ SPECIAL TEXAS PROGRAM Boll Call Answered by Texsui Products m -—Current Texas Legislation $$$?!? Also Discussed San Jacinto gave a truly Texas pro- gram Monday morning, in keeping with a Texas holiday coming on Wednesday. The society was well attended despite the faet that some were out of town for the week-end. The scheme of the program was start- ed by the members being required to answer roll call by the name of some Texas product. From tne variety of special Texas products named, it was evident that she is a very productive State. ' ■ ;-:'- The first number of the regular pro- gram was a piano solo by Louise Dur- renberger. This was followed by a de- bate, "Resolved, That the Johnson bill s now before the* Texas Legislature should be passed." The affirmative v was supported by Irene -Satthoff and Henry D. Akin, while the negative was defended by Doyne Holder and Beryl Bell. Some good points were brought out on both sides showing why State of- ficers should ...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 March 1921

WHAT WE THINK AT THE ANNEX We at tbe Annex wonder what Mood .Hall thinks and we imagine Mood Hall wonders what the Annex thinks. To use a Mood Hall coinage, the "pens" at the Annex are probably as interest- ing and amusing as those at the Hall. It has ever been said that there is noth- ing like a woman's tongue, but we have decided that there is something very similar and that is the tongue of men— especially those of Mood Hall inmates. The Hall may claim that it does not gossip, but we at the Woman's Building have come to the conclusion that noth- ing can rival those famous "pens" in which every professor, eveny student, ' every organization, clique and club are discussed and commented upon either favorably or unfavorably—we imagine the latter to be more often the case. We at tbe Annex have made use of this favorite pastime of Mood Hall's and we admit it is not unusual to find a lively, animated discussion going on. The professors, be it said in their favor, are seldom discussed. T...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x