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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 April 1921

'Sir' %?■' EVERYBODY BOOST THE MAT FETE X * PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY 9KB STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OP SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY I IK lb' i' 1 ., '■ T. L P. A. MEETS IN ANNUALCONVENTION TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE PRESS •0 CLUB SERVES AS HOST TO ^ISrriNQ DELEGATES James D. Hill of Baylor University wa elected to succeed Miss Edna Mat- thaws of Texas Woman's College as ' president of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Other officers of the Association were elected as follows: Miss Statira Thornton of C. T. A., vice president; Miss Enid Eastland of Bay lor University* corresponding secretary; Miss Anna Culver of T. W. C., record- ing secretary; W. H, Barrett of Sim- & mons Collage, treason*. W- k ' J £ J§ The annual convention of the T. L P. A. was held at Texas Woman's College, Fort Worth, Thursday and Friday, April 14 and 15. Thursday morning members of the T. W. C. Press dab met all trains and welcomed the visiting delegates. The delegates were registered and a* ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 April 1921

in Hi ira'wS y €*tablUU,rt laor |Tatnrtr ttD| |nr Catered u second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postofflee at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1 11 HENBY D. AKIN Editor-in-Chief MANLEY L. PEABCT. .Business Manager AUBBEY A. GRAVES { General Assistant Editor JOB A. DURBENBERCEB. .. ..4.... ..Assistant Editor PHILIP PtWILPr.. Assistant Editor BBUCB KNICKERBOCKER. .Assistant Editor WILLIAM ATBES Assistant Editor WAffBL OATMAN Assistant Editor JUANITA POBTBB .... Assistant Editor BOB MOOD .Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWABD BARCUS. ...Assistant Editor ELNOBA DULANEY .Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS .Assistant Business Manager M0BBI8 GOFOBTH .Assistant Business Manager 0UB8GBIPTION PBIOE, .*1.50 PEB YEAB GRATITUDE > Texas Woman's College proved itself to be a very genial hostess Vwhile entertaining the T. I. P. A. last week. Cars were sent to meet every train and a friendly spirit was at all times manifested. The fifty or more guests were enter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 April 1921

v KM vM- . i * I * sps m & U. WOT PBHPABE8 FOE TEXAS LONOHOKKS (Continued from page 1.) '"'V,-,. - t IV; Poor of these ten were tolled off when Stafford connected with a circuit swat with Mayhew, Pearson and Love hold- ing the bases. The score: Daniel Baker 000 000 0 00— 0 Southwestern ...664 002 210*—30 y - jjl; •' ..) . " Summary—-Two-base hits, Dillard, Os- tergard, Bell. Three-base bits—Win- stead, Dillard. Home runs, Dillard, Os- tergard, Mayhew, Pearson, Stafford. Stolen bases, McDaniel (5), Dillard (3), Ostergard (3), Love (2), Morse. Sacri- fice fly, Pearson. Hits, off Bates, 15 in 8 innings; off Bell, 1 in 3 innings; off Lunsford, 1 in 3 innings; off Stafford, 3 in 8 inning;. Struck out, by Bell 6, by Lunsford 8, by. Stafford 3, by Bates 7. Bases on balls, off Bates 11. Wild pitch- es, Bell 2, Lunsford 2, Bates 1. Left on bases, 8. U. 3, D. B. 3. Umpire—Egger. 8. U. 4; HUTTO-LIBERTY HILL 0 In a rather listless gam?, from the standpoint of the spectator, Southwes- tern d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 April 1921

Ml BflaMfcf sK WmM sag mm s—=s enjormm I PICNIC OUTING MONDAY SOCIETY SPENDS DAY AT CROCK BTT8 GARDEN OOMMEMORAT INO SOCIETY'S BIRTHDAY Ban Jacinto enjoyed a fall day's out- ing at Crockett's Gardes Monday* Crockett's Garden is one of the henven- 1y gifts of nature- M lies on a tribu- tary of the San Gabriel seven miles north of Georgetown. This was the an- nual picnic of the society to commem- orate the birthday of the battle of San Jacinto. By eight o'clock the San Jucs were be- ginning to gather in front of the Ad- ministration Building. Also a large truck was present to transport the par- ty. By eight-thirty the whole party was loaded on the truck and heading in a direction away from the University. In town they were met by Prof. Lehm- ' ber, dn ex-member of the society, who chaperoned the outing. Also two high- ly recommended chaperones were along for the express purpose of taking eare of Freehihaan Chitwood. The party was in a picnic spirit and nothing lagged. Songs and variou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 April 1921

000mmmm . mim not school IflWEAiBiTaf AH OH 1907 ^Mnaxnr , TEXAS, MAT OAT, APRIL SO, 1921 ENDS IN WwWJJ: i woiiur Buiunaro a wiwm of I ~t .' >\ .• .The ifc; ; ; V M •' with rajal Building Friday evening AB May Fete rkilon, ideate and faealty were gants at the m 'W3pi f hall wai artiitktlty with ferae aad eat *em On each table was a basket of yellow aad red ehtyeaafhemnme. These eolors, which were carried eat through the mab( gave a somewhat oriental ef- fect aad corresponded with the erieatal atmosphere of the May Fete for 1991, which was a pageant of the orient. The Qneea's -table was very appropri- ately situated in the center of the large dining hall. The table was a beautiful glow of bright oriental colors. Bed nations and fena were loosely j over the table, in the center of was a large basket of yellow aad red chrysanthemums. The eandlesticksj holding red tapers, were tied with bright maline bona*. Clever green par- rots, holding place cards were en the . flldje of the' glas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 April 1921

■WiWJJJSWI SU OT^ipSk wk .; ■" ' < *" '1 - UllVBBHtl METHODIST OHUKCH Southwestern is a Methodist school, tins Methodism plays a prominent part ia Southwestern. The University Meth- odist Church is eonveniently located close by the University and is one of the most beautiful churches in Central Tex- as. A large number of students attend the services here every 8unday, and the work of the Chareh is so arranged that it eaters as far as possible to the needs aad likes of the student body. Bev. A. Wade Hall has been pastor of lionise Lamb enjoyed a visit from her mother, Mrs. E. C. Lamb of Plain view. Zenobia 8ebow and Sue Mood and'oth- er Deltas enjoyed a visit from Mary K_ Onderdonk of San Antonio. the University Methodist Church for the past eighteen months. He Is a vital influence in college life. He not only speaks to the students at his regular services, but also often brings messages on various subjects to them at ehapeL By this means he is known and revered to an extent other...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 April 1921

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 April 1921

I •• V „.. H ■;<, ■*' -|5*J r -T21 fPf *•?& v.*C "**? ivlffMirHr%rV 'FT* urn i,i « of Kay 1919 Queen of May 1920 Helen Robertson of 8an Antonio, our \ Queen of the Victory Pageant, was one of Bouthwestern's most representative students. Her list of honors is a long one, and her record in every college ac- tivity is an excellent one. In religious, social, and intellectual phases of student life, she easily distinguished herself. Boeanse of her charming personality am . , • -vr and always capable spirit die won a large number of friends. She was a member of Phi Mu Bororitv, and of the class of 1919. Queen Helen has won and holds her royal position through the love, honor ,and trust tendered her by all who have known her. ' t * \ v Loved by all who knew her, and ad- mired by all fpr her staunch character and beautiful daily life, Queen Helen won a place in the heart of Southwes- tern. In the responsible places of col- lege life, on the Honor Council, and as president of T. W. C....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 April 1921

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 April 1921

I IF ia whit® lace, sat- tplle, was daly received. Queer of: the House of Otttauu, Queen of wearing white tulle and satin, was last ef the termer Qaeeas who were Her Majesty approached the place of Dr. C M. Bishop, of Southwestern University, in a beautiful and impressive address, placed is her hands the sceptre and crowned her with a dainty crown set with pearls and brilliants. Queen Lo- raine, foDowed by the Queens of other days, ascended the rbysl throne of Spring. The Marshals of 1921 entered in mil- itary formation in column of twos and stood at attention while her Boyal High- ness received the Chief Marshal, Charles W. Pepper, and the King of 1921, Emory of the House of Hawk. Lee of the House of Curtis, King of 1919, and Paul of the House of Young, King of 1920, were dnly received, aa well aq the rep- resentatives of absent Kings. "Dukes Elbert of the House of Lamb and Douglas of the House of Boacb were received by the Queen, followed by Prince Harold of the House of Bgger and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 April 1921

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 April 1921

- •> K - A*-;/'ill & • /5: v.. ii «iisyiye^<niwyaa«Mw^i|* wn n DEVOTIONAL DERIVED FROM STUDY, ATHLETICS, AND ASSOCIA- TION DISCUSSED Student programs are a part ot a new movement to arouse a greater interest in the Y. M. C. A. devotional services. From the favorable comments passed oy the well-rendered program of Sunday evening it seems that the right note has been struck. P. M. Bass gave the first of the five- minute talks on college values, in dis- easing the "Values of Study in College Life." He told in a very interesting *ay the story of the rise of Woo Abo w Wilson through his persistent study. He told how Mr. Wilson, as the son of a poor minister, had to work hiB way through school; how he mastered his work and became a professor. From that he worked his way to president of Princeton University and finally to the presidency of the United States. He next reviewed the achievements of Abraham Lincoln, accomplished through hard study, although he did not have the opportu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 April 1921

<>.:>'$■ ArauiK&i. t v<. 1«BBm mv'm :: ffiHl flSB s I -ev*ip Km MS™ •J ■■■ ■ ' •"' 1 . •■ ?> •> l'-'i.:#v'i: •-•' -•' ■' ''•'••^.iH(«i1<l.l,! /.,:;*Vl«! Ci " ' « WmM fMgS t..' i. >■' .' 'L/ /£ ■ T. .- '••'•'■ 'v-:'.'vv;V.V " ■ •-'.'v1'' ' "' '' li !..,! It is our efficient and dearly loved Dean of Women, Miss Laura Kuyken daU, who has made possible this and all other May Fetes. Because of her won- derful initiative power and untiring and constant efforts Southwestern has had a May Fete since 1915. Miss Kuyken- dall is an alumna of the University, Di- rector of Expression and Gymnasium, and Doan of Women. Her remarkable powers, her fair dealings, her wonderful sympathy, her undying love for South-- western inspire love, trust, and adora- tion in all who know her. She is our queen of-queens ryt\ i';ly S-' i?'V , ■■ A - ■ ; ' ■ 'i'. ■ atKaiiBy^ v.' «■ V; ' . v ' . ■ • a % ! f ■ 4*. •' •' i' Y ■; ■ .? -i ,.{(•£iSSfijrW.'N' ■N ,}... • •'$-• ; AftMtyiu \r if>...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 April 1921

;;f: r I im |fl ;] n i I I r i mm IS iKfe Kg ( -WW TOrt-i-. ^grjf fM& '■'%. *' tv 'i>r: •I'sSrV • m vP WmMy Wtfflsm m ..• *- ■*8F '< M." EliBKg mm DR. C. 0. OOJfY "The warrior's name, Tho peal'd and chim'd on till the tongues of fane, Sounds less harmonious to the grateful mind, , ~ Than his, who fashions and improves mankind." He is truly the "Grand Old Man of Southwestern," For forty-four years Dr. Cody has been either directly or closely indirectly connected with the University. As Southwestern Universi- ty is the oldest school in the State it has probably had the greatest influence in molding the destiny of the State than any other one factor. When we speak of a school we speak of the men who make the school. Dr. Cody stands out as a beacon light among the personali- ties that have left their impressions up- on the traditions and lasting qualtiies of the school. THE SOU'WESTER \ Every school has jits Annual, and Southwestern boasts of one of the best in the State, The ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 April 1921

pffl j&BSfc- | f v i l ibw ===== UWU0OD1HIBT Trlaotm of May Fete 1921 1U| MASZE PATTON Duchess of May Fid 1921 I M I %-fl Mi-, pi r * Lanra Courtney of Temple is indeed worthy to be princess of the May Fete of 1921. There is probably no girl in school who has entered into more col- lege activities and college life than Laura. She has been in all types of or- ganization; she is always dependable. She lu(s won many school honors which she justly deserved. 8he has been pres- ident of the Y. W. C. A., and on the cab- inet in other capacities. She was a member of Alamo, the Mask and Wig Club, the Honor Council, the Self-Gov- ernment Association, the "S'' Associa- tion, Pan-Hellenic Council, the Hiking Clnb, the Scholarship Society, and the Choral Clnb. She was student assis- tant in English and the winner of the Fresh man-Sophomore declamation in her freshman year. Laura is a member of Jki Kappa of Phi Mu. EUNICE EZDBON 1921 i J m * I ■*?*>. \ ' iM % V. 'v. Marie Patton of Mexia m...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 April 1921

M- 11 11 Wt 1 IB l I. IT QUEER HOI WITH 1Otis* BAKQUET (Continued from page 1.) "8. U. and Her Activities," by Sue Mood, President of Y. W. C. A. A group of songs by the girls' sextette prepared for tt| third course. After this eoarse Annie Edward Bar- coo gave "Toasts to the Boyal Party." This was followed by a vocal solo by Amelia Deffebach. Music by the atriag quartette followed the fourth coarse. Emily Jervis Enochs presented the favors to the guests .They wore red and yellow balloons. The fa- vors for the Boyal Party were French dolls dressed in yellow and red. The Queen's favor to President Bishop was a framed photo of herself. Following the last coarse Hazel Oat- man gave a "Toast to May Day"—giv- ing the function of that gala day in the life of Southwestern. The 1-oyal ban- quet then came to a close with all standing and singing the Southwestern Song, "Again wo hail thee, Mother Dear!" The menu was as follows: Fruit CoeHtail Chicken a la King Creamed Potatoes Peas Carrots Ce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 May 1921

hr <v In Three Games: S.U. . BAYLOR 24 2 1 In Three Games: PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAE BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNTVEB8ITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FOURTEENTH YEAE VOLUME XIV NUMBER 27 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAT 1921 ;r i' ;'V'. , >0 S.B. . BAYLOR 24 2 $ si' f<4 £ * . '!§§ WfSP.s I# B&zHMra - ,-v S.U.OEE CLUB GIVES LOCAL ENTERTAINMENT f —— SONGS BY CLUB, QUARTET, MAN NING, PAYNE, LUBCHAUEB FEATURE EVENING The Pioneer Club, it might be called.— the first Glee Club in four years—ap- peared before an unusually enthusiastic audience Monday evening. The hearty applause which welcomed them at their appearance on the stage almost upset their usual dignified bearing, and they felt Inclined to grin gleefully instead of smiling composedly. They caught the Inspiration from the "pit" and the "Soldiers* Chorus" went off at a quick tempo. Emmett Manning's group of soft, heart-stirring songs was rendered with his usual depth of feeling. The two en- cores w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 May 1921

. 1 *■ S[frg Hkgapfrnttf £*taMUijrt> 1907 Jloratrrntlf (rsr Entered as seeond-elass 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 V.. Assistant Editor JUANITA PORTER Assistant Editor SUE MOOD j .Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWARD ^ARCUS Assistant Editor KLNORA DULANEY. .Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS Assistant Business Manager MORBIS GOFOBTH Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE.. * .' *1.50 PER YEAR CHAPEL ATTENDANCE To go to Chapel or not to go to Chapel—that is the question which faces the students of the University. Whether it is better to loaf on the campus or patronize the little store during, the, thirty minutes set aside each day for w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 May 1921

m m.' ?j( ¥*?EW&rm ?Wt ■ ■ . .';• ,m m -V? . >4- •* J -55- h j ; .•; BAOSDAUB WM ET8 , / y x nV % Mr. Allen K. Raged ale, Travelling Passenger Agent of the 8, A, 4 A. P., who is one of the best friends South- western ever had, was unable to attend the Mi; Fete. Mr. Bagsdale believes in the old school, and expresses his be- lief In worthy deeds and actions. He has "ram-rodded" most of the Home- comings at 8. U. since the time he was a student here. His interest in the Glee Club boys on their recent trip was a distinct favor. His absence at any Southwestern cel- ebration is an unusual thing; but his letter to Miss KuykendaH is satisfac- tory explanation: "Begret to say, Old Laura K., I ean't attend your Fete,— I'm due that day 'Down on the bay And won't get back till late. "I'd like to go And see the show, I'm sure it will be fine; And you, I know, Begret it so— This tale of woe of mine. : '"Here's luck to you And old 8. IT.— The best in all the State; May friends be true And t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 May 1921

tf$ W'lrm} s 'fMpfjmM ^r5r"'- v- ^ ! ■ 'y,, T nJ- SP^IRV7!rvV<->; ifPJ ^vT* '•• •1 v, / ,'•• '* '■'.?■■, T/': /,/. i. * «* i-i S •'*#. . yi' NINA SMITH GROSES TEACHING VIOLIN SAN JAGS GIVE PEPPY PROGRAM Graduate Nov Engaged Large Hamber Hear Program of Humor lb} Pfakiag America Mulcal- | —Booue, Belli, and Holder Starts at Home Pertf Mn. W. 8. Grimes, nee Nina Smith, who was born and educated in George- town, ia now engaged in making Ameri- ca musical. She was a graduate of the violin department of Southwestern in 190?. At present she is located at Miami, Oklahoma, where, during the last three jears, she has taught 104 violin pupils. Among ner most remarkable pupils is her small daughter, Mary Allen Grimes, now five years old, who has been play- ing the violin three years. A program of a recent recital given by Mrs. Grimes' pupils has been received. The many friends of Mrs. Grimes will be glad to bear of her remarkable suc- cess in the musical world and The Meg- aphone offers ...

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