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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 December 1918

■ r • i; V "w \ All Fraternity and Sorority Jew elry. We can furnish it to you as cheaply as you can get it any- where. Richardson's Book Store the four centuries of Protestant blood in our veins,' one of them confesses, in writing about it, 'we could not keep from kneeling beforp the altar of the Virgin Mary, nor could we keep from dipping our. lingers in the holy water.' What far away hidden centuries they are seeing! Some are seeing hatred and cruelty. Others, Loudon mists and Knglish twi- lights and the vineyards of Prance and Italy, and the mountains and queer lit- tle villages and old qhateaux. NBut any traveler might see these. The young men in France are seeing farther, 'out beyond into the infinite, a seeing Jthat is 'unblinded by their eyes.' Their gladness and joy at being about the work of the world even in the presence of death, their forgetting themselves, their utter self-giving—are these the passwords into that unseen world which they are glimpsing, a world where 'Go...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 December 1918

/\" www- ™ H. iflP' I r INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES | MM Kf/i Ks&V. T. C. U, ItiHes have arrived'aud the men are buyy c'leauiug them aud studying their nomenclature as Well a# using them in drill." "Director Cahoon whips the Glee Club into shape," says a headline. A Christ- mas trip is being planned. The Oratorical (Association has been reorganized preparatory to resuming the old-time activity in debate. The Trian- gular debate appears to be assured by South vw-stern's action. Seventeen T.C.U. players were award- T letters Saturday and gold footballs inscribed "T. C. V. 1918." The 1919 captain has Hot yet beeU elected. Baylor Private I'j'at, in his lecture November 23rd, declared, ''God held the Germans back." "Our men will come back bet- ter because they will wear the uniform of unselfishness." The Bear Quintette defeated the Wa- co "Y" in the first game of the seasoji 22-15 with perfect team work. " Pros- pects for a successful season for the Bears were never brighter," says the Lar...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 December 1918

I • 1, f r> published every tuesday during the school year by the students' association of southwestern university volume xn georgetown, texas, tuesday, december 10, 1918. number 11 MEN OF THE S. A. T. C. TAKE THEIR FIRST HIKE Physical Examinations for Discharges Com- pleted. Company Has Pictures Made. The pjist week lias been one in which the S. A. T. C. men have had many new experiences. On Monday evening Lieuts. Keefe and Butler took them on their first hike. As jjhis was something dif- ferent from the usual drill it was veVy much enjoyed. The distance was only six miles, but not a few had sore feet the following day. Drill occupied the Tuesday afternoon period, wwhen they were' carefully watched by a visiting Major and Cap- tain. The usual pep and snap was dis- played with perhaps a.'bit more enthu- siasm on the part of both men and of' ficers. The second hike began Wednesday at 2 p. m. and with only three short rests lasted until time for "retreat. - About twice the distance...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 December 1918

THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, September 27, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Cpn- gress of March 3, 1911. Gayle Waldrop Editor-in-Chief George W. Truitt.... Business Manager STAFF ("has. W. Pepper..General Assistant R. G. Mood, Jr Assistant Editor R. A. Love. Assistant Editor M. R. Thomas Assistant Editor Inez Ayres Assistant Editor Rerna Sillure Assistant Editor Ersyl Battle Assistant Editor Lucile Snipes. Assistant Editor Esten Willingham.. . . Assistant Manager Travis Franks.. Assistant Mana^rr Margaret Harkev.. .. Assistant Manager Now we've decided to have a Ron '- wester, "anil we have elected a staff—a staff that is capable, we believe, and willing to give up the best they have. Because you are not on the staff do^sn't moan you are not to have apart in mak- ing this Sou'wester the best • possible. Start saving jokes you hear! Star1, writing poetry! Draw some cartoons? Take lots of kodak pictures! Get some "ads" from your home to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 December 1918

. wbeb « i Appropriate Gifts For Everybody: a \ t* I We are now showing a big line of Christmas Gifts and would be pleased to have you come in and see our Gifts for the Home-Folks <Q> We Trade With Those Who Trade With Us. Picture Framing Our Specialty Established 1892 r I Richardson's Book Store Established 1892 THE FIRING LINE. October 24, 191*. Dear Prof. Tinsley: If yon have followed the current events in the last year, or'followed the battles of the Rainbow Division, then you have kept pretty well posted as to, the places I -have been. We have been doing the Ilun in real old Yank style, although we "gripe" quite a bit, we always get our objective, even if we have to capture the' whole Boche army, and their army is usually "bosh!" I find that the German army consists mostly in machine guns and some artil- lery, but the newspapers can't make us believe that the enemy has quit, for we know better. I hear that old Mother dear has in- stalled military training, and if it is so...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 December 1918

6". / w > I *r5> * Ik ifvi' Wrdm'i INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES Texas. A liiMii^uot and' dance on December 3rd marked the beginning of S. A. T. (J. de- mobilisation. Classed were suspended for the re- mainder of the term due to a second outbreak of influenza. Work will begin signin January 3, 1919. Plans for The Cactus are going for- ward. All Seniors were required to have their pictures made before going home. K G. Graves, of Galveston, will head the . University of Texas football team next year. Ten T monograms were awarded this year. <$> S. M. U. About one hundred 8. A. T. C. men, accompanied by the "Y" Secretary, lieard Billy Sunday at Fort Worth De- cember 1st, participating in the sing song. Work on The Rotunda, the college year book, has begun in earnest. The demobilization of the S. A. T. C. altered plans considerably. Athletics will oc- cupy a prominent section in the.book. The co-ed basketball schedule includes Wesley College, Alexander College, C. 1. A., Denton Norma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 December 1918

U /-< SThf megaphone ' *, PUBLISHED EVEBY TUESDAY DURING THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTEBN UNIVEBSITY VOLUME XII GEOBGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1918. NUMBEB 12 SOUTHWESTERN STUDENTS TRAINING CORPS DISMISSED Honorable Discharges Granted to All Enlisted Men Sunday. After a brief but strenuous ex- istence of some two and a half months, the Southwestern Univer- sity unit of the Students' Army Training Corps was formally de- mobilized yesterday. It had been known for some time that the time for disbanding the S. A. T. C. was very near and for the last week the S. A. T. C. boys have been making their plans for the return to civil life. The final physical examinations for discharge were made by Dr. Moses Inst ^Saturday, and at varj- ous times tnroughout the week the boys have been called into the or- derly room to sign various papers pertaining to the army paper work. Saturday afternoon at retreat, Lieut, Riley, the commandant, read the order of demo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 December 1918

"■ 1 •' " \ .< :-'is,.'1 -V ' *V '% T " . rjt:-:? ra V.«; r ,;■• 1 Ippfe, I THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, Beptember 27. ID 12, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1911. Gayle Waldrop .Editor-in-Chief George W. Truitt.. . .-Business Manager STAFF Chas. W. Ptfpper General Assistant K. G. Mood, f)r.. K. A. Love.:... M. R. Thomas.. Inez Ayres Berna Sillure . . Ersyl Battle... Lucile Snipes... Est.cn Willingham.. . .Assistant Manager Travis Franks Assistant Manager Margaret Hftrkcy... . Assistant Manager CHRISTMAS GIFT . Assistant Editor . Assistant Editor .Assistant Editor .Assistant Editor . Assistant Editpr . Assistant Editor . Assistant Editor "The inner sell' of men—thou- sands of men are crying for a chance and tl^.pity of it all, these men do not realize that there is such a call. Jieing hampered has become a habit, and the good qual- ites or talents cannot come out alone thru the bars this habit has constructed. -Ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 December 1918

7T l« ipjy* If* v 7W; ! " "' 1,1! \ t « ♦ A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year To All the Students t ■M fi We have appreciated your patronage this term and hope you will favor us with your patronage'again next term. . • ' u . Richardson's Book Store Picture Framing Our Specialty Established 1892 THE FIRING LINE. & *. 4 * - ■■ ward wilson tells of his army experiences and his ideals as an officer • M / <" Miss Laura Kuykendall, Moody, Texas. Dear Miss Kuykendall: Your letter was received today and thoroughly eru jeyed. If S. U. can survive the. war, she can survive anything. I certainly wish I were there to help you woi*k for the old school. But 1 arn going to do my part by her before lohg. , Well, by the time this reaches you I will most likely be on the front, at least that is what I.am hoping for. Only two more weeks here- and then? This is the greatest artillery /school in the world. Germany has nothing to com- pare with it. We go into such things as the effect of the te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 December 1918

PS| ikt ) W^ y ■' «i J ■>](.. SttlMm BASKET BALL BROKEN INTO BY HIKES AND RAIN. Practice Discontinued Until After Holidays—Prospects Never Bet ter. This week's workouts have been fuu, but have 'been hard, fast-ones and much improvement has tak- en place. The men are rounding into'shape very rapidly and some of the fellows seem to be in mid season form at this early date. Es- pecially are the forwards and cen- ters 'showing a keen and accurate eye for the basket. They are ubigiiif; them from all angles. There is much material for tln'se positions, the only problem is in developing a pair of .good, hard fighting guards to work with this other combination. But one old guard is back, Campbell. Farring- ton, the other guard on the 1918 team is in France as a Marine and bis service on the basket ball court will be missed greatly. And we aren't expecting any "fresh" to really fill his. plaee, but several ambitious ..-Freshmen are fighting bard to get this position. So one good man \\til...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 January 1919

lU " ;' ■ '• 1"" v.; ."5 - ' • *M -'. v >' /ft • • . FEEL THE OLD COLLEGE SPIRIT? IT GROWS ON PEP PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY VOLUME XII GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1919. NUMBER IS DR. GRAY SPEAKS T' SUNDAY QUESTION CHOSEN FOR INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATE \>, \ M Our Desires to Be Gratified After a Consideration of the Rights of Others. Dr. Gray gave a very interesting talk at Y. M. C. A. Sunday on "Practical Problems That Con- front Us." The progress of hu- man experience lies, in the fact that man is divided against him- self. This warfare within one's self has lead some great philos- opher to say that we are not per- sons but persons in the making. We are imperfect and our task is to hammer out our personality. There are always different de- sires pulling one way and the oth! er. It is necessary to hold our- selves in check until we find out whether-the satisfaction of the de- sire is worthy. Ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 January 1919

i i W'*- !/iV> k/>«( y-^N^WB* Uf i- -Vi MUtlfcSJ JS? ijR *SR W>*. m i • > THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, i September 27, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1911. Gayle Waldrop Editor-in-Chief George W. Truitt... .Business Manager STAFF Chas. W. Pepper.... .General Assistant R. G. Mood, Jr.. Assistant Editor R. A. Love Assistant Editor M. R. Thomas Assistant Editor Inez Ayres. Assistant Editor Berna Sillure Assistant Editor Ersyl Battle Assistant Editor Lucile Snipes Assistant Editor Esten Williligham... .Assistant Manager Travis Franks Assistant Manager Margaret Harkey... .Assistant Manager "AGAIN WE HAIL THEE, MOTHER DEAR" Back again in college life, ap- preciating it more after the expe- riences of the last term, a spirit of *pep and work is in the air. The determination to make grades and courses is universally expressed. "With this state of conditions Sou- thwestern will see the best term of work sin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 January 1919

w " ■1 1 I *11 YOUR PATRONAGE All Books, Be& Stationery, Fraternity Jewelry, College Supplies of all kinds. We Trade With Those Who Trade With Us. Established 1892 Richardson's Book Store Picture Framing Our Specialty Established 1892 PUBLIC OPINION To Be or Not to Be? That's the question. Are we going to go ahead and try to have a Sou'wester in the face of all the difficulties that have presented themselves since the student body voted to publish one this.year? In the first place, I want to make it clear that I strongly favored the Annual when it was discussed last "term, and I still believe we should put one out, if it were possible; but is it possible? Yes, it is possible, BUT it will mean that some would have to go! more. very deeply to get enough moneyj fought for the Annual, and we to pay their $4.00 for the book, j think he was right under condi- $1.00 to have their picture taken, i tions then (existing, and, n6w, that and anywhere from $1.50 to $ 1 he is Businses Manager...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 January 1919

Eg# Hut' I'l&V • | . a lflr: • * BTO5 chapel Saturday morning the first chap- el exercises of the new terra were held in, the Y. M. C. A. Hall. Since this was the first formal gathering of the student body since the holi- days, we were all interested and glad to see each other. One nat- urally gazed about noting the new faces, smiling at old friends, and feeling the gaps left by some who have not returned. Dr. Bishop spoke at some length, outlining the prospects of the new ■term under the renewal of the for- mer academic regime. Among other things he said : "We were glad to do what the Government required last term, but since the crisis is past, we are glad to take up our academic work in real earnest.'' In defiining the purpose of the Honor System, he said that a per- son on his honor was not to be the' judge of what he ought to do, but .waR honor bound to obey the ob- ligations of the group to which he he had joined himself, regardless of his own wishes. Regarding the pledge, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 January 1919

hPT WW- ■ $ V I i V mi i s HR- V . r i n 1%, R; .1 ' frr Kit "Non quis Sed quid." PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY VOLUME XII GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1919. NUMBER 14 OUR MISSIONARY IN CUBA WRITES Southwestern Graduates, Repre- senting Our Church, Tell In- teresting Experiences Puentes Grandes, Havana, Cuba. January 1st, 1919. Editor of "Megaphone," Georgetown, Texas. , Dear Friend: Imagine my glad sur- prise to tear off tlie wrapping and find a number of "Megaphones." Let me ex- press my deepest appreciation for being thus remembered. We have read every item of every number, even the advertise- ments of "The Toggery" and "Richard- son's Book Store" were interesting! I took the college paper for a time after leaving Southwestern, but as is usually the case, I finally let my subscription drop and have not seen a copy of the paper since I came to Cuba; The copies were sent to Camoguey, but forwarded t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 January 1919

.l| * ■ r' . rp^S^vrTPvP^ ,r 'W THE MEGAPHONE. COOPERATION AND LOYALTY Entered as second-class mail matter, September 27, 1912, at the postofliee at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1911. Gayle Waldrop Editor-in-Chief George W. Truitt Business Manager STAFF Chas. W. Pepper General Assistant R. G. Mood, Jr Assistant Editor R. A. Love Assistant Editor M. R. Thomas Assistant Editor Inez Ayres Assistant Editor Berna Sillure Assistant Editor Ersyl Battle Assistant Editor Lucile Snipes Assistant Editor Esten Willingham.. . .Assistant Manager Travis Franks Assistant Manapir Margaret Harkey.... Assistant Manager C. W. PEPPER Issue Editor TO WAVE OR NOT TO WAVE? The enterprise of our S. A. T. C. com- mandant coupled with the kindly assist- ance of University officials, secured for ua a flag pole last term that placed in a commanding position, is as good as any. During the life of the R. A. T. C'. ■the flag "was hoisted eacli day at reveille and lowered at retreat in acc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 January 1919

I #####################^############# ### ############« ALL KINDS OF NOTE BOOKS Supplies for Musical Instruments BOOKS A big lifie of Pictures—Put some up in your room. Come in and let us show them to you. We appreciate the students trade. Richardson's Book Store Established 1892 Picture Framing Our Specialty PEGUES LECTOURES ON WAR POETRY (Continued from pags one) kt of the tramp, the roaring of guns, and the boom, boom, boom of the cannons. There is a din in it, and a surging roar. As to form, I have already indicated That a large part of the war poetry is nairative. The best of it, T think, eo far as poetry is concerned, is the poetry is the poetry written by men not in the trenches, but men into whose souls tragedy has \nade its thrust, men who have been touched with, a feeling of ihe infirmity of men everywhere. . . . . I think it perfectly safe to say that dur- ing the time of war there is very much of hate born, and because there is no leisure and there is^no poise and nien c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 January 1919

w r'1™ | m . & ' £5* -- w • IW •• •ff THE CENTENARY AND THE PRESENT WORLD The only constructive program before the world today is the missionary pro- gram of the Methodist church. A large part of the peoples of the world are un- ready for democracy. Nothing can meet the problems of making them ready hut Christian missions, and in that solution oui' church'with its world program is taking the lead. Methodism is saying two things in this hour when the hearts of men are quak- ing. We dare to believe * tremendously in ("Sod. We believe that He is still aWe t;) do and do abundantly above all we ask or think. We are saying also in the hour when the necessities of life at home are most pressing: "We are lift- ing up our eyes, we are reaching out our hands to the ends of the earth." We do not believe that this is a moment for fine economies when the world is at stake. We believe sufficiently in God's power in the world to take up this task.—From Centenary Survey. The first thing we are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 21 January 1919

' (/■ t) —i --v>' ^V- vy *r iv Kf J' "Non quis ®ItPlHj?naulimtP Sed quid." PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY VOLUME XII GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1919. NUMBER 15 DEBATE TRYOUT MONDAY MORNING Debaters For Triangular and S. M. U. Debate Assured By Large Try-out As a result of the try-out last Mon- day the three intercollegiate debating teams of Southwestern have been select- ed. A number of promising new men spoke, giving promise of splendid mater- ial for next year and of a strong team for this year. The teams are: S. M. U. Grady Timmons and Lee Curtis, debat- ers; Joe Durrenburger, alternate. TRINTTY. Paul Young and Gayle Waldrop, de- baters; Wade and Aiken, alternates. T. C. U. . Oren Tomlinson and George Truitt, debaters; Merriem llendlenian and A. M. Evans, alternates. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Coach Godbey announces the near completion of the 1919 foot ball sched- ule. It will be published in the" next...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 21 January 1919

l': *S&H THE MEGAPHONE. " ■ Entered as second-class mail matter, September 27, 1912, at the postoflice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1911. Gayle Waldrop Editor-in-Chief George W. Truitt. .. .Business Manager STAFF Chas. W. Pepper General Assistant R. G. Mood, Jr Assistant Editor R. A. Love Assistant PMitor Inez Ayres. Assistant Editor Berna Sillure Assistant Editor Ersvl Battle Assistant Editor Lucile Snipes Assistant Editor Esten Willingham... .Assistant Manager Margaret Harkey.. . .Assistant Manager Issue Editor R. G. Mood, Jr. The Megaphone in very glad to he able to dedicate this Cody Edition to the Grand Old Man of Southwestern. For- ty years of life well lived, of service well rendered, of work well done, commend the character and personality of Dr. Cody for the study of every man and woman of Southwestern. It is because of men like Dr. Codv who have loved Southwestern'enough to give their lives to it, that the old Alma Mater holds its place in ...

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