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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 May 1921

mpjrastoepwWWt?WmWM '/MEL "' •& A i ■ - 'mmi ^ - my*-' •"1" f."1 ■' ' ' 4 « I. «5« PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAH BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 VOLUKBxiy GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY If41921 j - • ■-. h •■ • ■ FOURTEENTH YEAR % NUMBER «B FRESHMAN EDITION junior-senior banquet given at m ml s m p&p fvtt ■|M: JUNIOR CLASS GIVES ANNUAL BANQUET TO SENIORS—B. B. LAMB TOASTMASTER In keeping with a time-honored cus- tom, the Junior-Senior Banquet was giv- en Saturday evening, May 14, at Mood Hall. . ./ : j,' U, By eight o'clock some eighty guests, consisting of members of the Senior and Junior classes and a few invited guests, had assembled at Mood Hall and were awaiting the opening of the doors to the banqnet hall. With the aid of very artistically de- signed place cards, which were white folders with- a senior head of black pasted on the front thus forming a sil- houette effect and space on the rest of the folder for signatur...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 May 1921

fa* ^ *• 9 ,f vyMMr *y i'k^JUI €ai*blwi,pd laur at the i W Entered as second-class nail natter, . Georgetown, Texan, under Act 8ENRY D. AKIN... r..i£ Editor!n Ohie* MANLEY L. PEAECY ? .. Business Manager r - \ m '.iff &/.• „ WlESHM ArsTOTAFP A< ,• * V * ' jj" f^4"' V". ■ '. V'"',/ * GERARD BOONE v.... ' .Editor-in-Chief SANFORD SCHOFNER !... i " W. L. AYBE8.. K1- / ' .v..;.. .Business Manager :... General Assistant DINAH HARPEB HOMES CLABK ASSISTANTS: , KIjIZABETH BECK FRANK STEINLE SUBSCRIPTION PRICE .$1.50 PER YEAR THIS EDITION U '^'4 We herewith present to the readers of The Megaphone Freshman Edition of the class of '24. We have done our best, and we make no apologies for our work. We admit that it is by no means perfect, for the editing of a paper is a new job for us. But. we tried to publish as good a paper as possible, and we hope you are satisfied. If you like this edition, tell your friends; if yoji don't, forget it. >J* tfhq Ifreshman Staff. AND A LITTLE CHILD SH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 May 1921

Wm mm ;W r'. a,',;' "WkM ■■■■■ The date of the Annual Freshmen party was decided by the President and his Cabinet to be held on Saturday ■v night, February 6th, 1021. This decis- ion soon reached the ears of the "ever alert" Upperclassmen and they decided to take advantage of their knowledge. In a "get-together meeting" they de- cided to capture the Freshmen presi- dent. But they got their wires crossed, they were too anxious to put their plans into effect. On Wednesday night, February 2nd, the Upperclassmen "stormed" the ''bunk" of the FreBhmen president. After a few minutes pf heat- ed conflict they soon realized that they were outnumbered, and acting as quicit- 1 parts of tpwn, especially from The bnarch Theater. A few minutes after jMi Upperclassmen were paged, the con- flict was renewed with determination on the part of the Upperclassmen to win e second stage of -the battHe and to procure the President of the Freshmen ' * Class. After about thirty minuteB of con- flict, because...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 May 1921

n THE FRESHMEN AND A V GREATER SOUTHWESTERN The greatest and best indication of the confidence in, and the support of, j Southwestern University by Texas Methodism is the large namber of .new students who have enrolled this year. The Freshman class 'is always more representative of the general reputation with which a college is associated. This being true, Southwestern has indeed cause to congratulate herself. The session of 1920-1921 opened with an unprecedented attendance, it being much the greatest for many years. Fur- thermore, this increase is a permanent one, it is practically ceitain, for this year's enrollment of new men was un- diminished when compared with that of last year. Not only does the present Freshman Class appear to excel in quantity, but it is also apperent that it is above the av- erage in puality as well. Judging from the number of withdrawals and of fail- ures and comparing the figures with those of other years, it would seem that the class of 1924 is more per...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 24 May 1921

r 1 ■ >"/.;- v "'1 .f#' • (hi I1. i sophs a . ■/ v>:':, ' ■-'J ■/■ • ;■'' '• PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FOURTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIV ' NUMBER 29 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1921 Back Base Ball Benefit . / MASK AND WIG CLUB TO PRESENTTTHE PIPER" PLAY WRITTEN BY JOSEPHINE PRESTON PEABODY 18 FULL OF MYTH AND FANTASY m; &' 1 "Great rats, small rats, lean rats, brawny rats, ^ "Brown rata, black rats, gray rats, tawny rats." , Upon this quotation from Browning's "Pied Piper" Josephine Preston Pea- body based the play, "The Piper." The play, which is full of fantastic beauty and myth material, will be presented by the Mask and Wig Club at a near date. There are three groups of characters. First, the Strolling Players, Michael the Sword-eater, and Cheat-the-Devil. In contrast to them is the group composed of the men and women of Hamelin. They are narrow1 and conventionalized. The third grou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 24 May 1921

Ml* (5hp jfflegapVnr TT gatshltsfrrh 1907 Jfonrtrratif |nur Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1012, at the postofftee at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of/ Congress of March 3, 1911 HENBY D. AKIN .* - Editor-in Chief MANLEY L. PEARCY Business Manager ANNIE EDWARD BABCUS... Editor-in-Chief JUANITA PORTER General Assistant Editor SUE MOOD fv. Assistant Editor ZENOBIA SCHOW Assistant Editor HENDLEY GROBE Assistant Editor TEMPLE W. BOGGESS .Business Manager BBUCE KNICKERBOCKER Assistant Editor i : / •1 • • ^ WISE FOOLS Sophomores! Wise fools! Yes, probably that is what we are. But what wisdom it takes to be a fool sometimes, much less a wise fool. Had you ever thought how much skill it requires to be just foolish enough to get by with everything? That is largely what the Soph- omores have done. We have put things over that no one else would attempt for fear of failure. We have attacked problems with a vim and have come out successful. We may be foolish because we're so ope...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 24 May 1921

^ 'fr&S Wfa6' Wt ' - WM P®wrii *''*<■& &*4'-/ VA v ;" V* -f jfft ^.V> 'K' '> : ' .'■'•* V >:A -;*^x-f^wfV: ' **■<>? •- * - W- . ,>.■; ' v I Sfi C,: If i V ?■ •a ; FBOM TRINITY'S SOPHOMORES -* ■ ••' Waxahachie, Texas, May 22,1921. Greetings to the Sophomores of South western University: Trinity University is known for its pep and life and the center of her spirit this year is without donbt in her Soph- omore class. The Sophomore class of Trinity is ""there* in more ways than one. Not only does the wonderful spirit of the university radiate from oar class but our members are prominent in all of the student activities. This was clearly shown by the recent election of students for next year. In the recent student election, seven out of the ten officers elected for next year are Sophomores. The officers who were elected from the Sophomore class are: President of the Student Body, Max M. Morrison; assistant editor of The Mirage, Jack Derben; advertising ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 24 May 1921

■ if If. BPI53E £ i ] IHi I #) £& f I HABDWIHE 3; TEMPLE 2 Saturday afternoon the Hardnine mo- tored over to Temple to croas bats with • picked team of.that place. A light shower slowed op the' diamond some- what just before the game and also cansed the crowd to be small. The game waa a tight one from the very start. Both teams played airtight, ball., la the second inning the South westerners threatened to score. Foster, first man up, drove a hot one to left cen- ter for two bases and stole third when be caught the piteher winding «p. Two men struck out and Stirling hit a slow one down third base line for the third out whieh was a close decision. In the fourth Howze and Foster singled, May- hew was safe on a hot one to second. With Howze on third, Foster on second and Mayhew on first, the prettiest play of the day was pulled—a triple steal, with everyone safe an around. This was the only score until the seventh, when Procter, .big center fielder for Temple, hit a terrific one ov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 31 May 1921

W. — > -vy v>~ 1 • . , ;. tf > *' < .V -r v«6 * ^ Mui-' •■• f" •••.." $2?'-**' . % *4W -r 'Vv , * '•«• Vt«. •'''"2 W-•_ ",' SPSS " . ■ - ■ . ^ jj £g v D h* X V Friday 'CP®-A atrtjmw PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THB STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF wuwLwiuaiutF ESTABLISHED 1907 YEAR VOLUME XIV NUMBER 30 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1921 "THE PIPER" Friday HILBREB CARTER OVES I EXPRESSION RECITAL m TALENTED ARTIST GIVES DH> IHTERPRETATIDN OF "THE OF Mfr I 4P«C sis- if as *? ih The Department of Expman pre- Hildred Outer is lwr grad- uating ratital, The Garden of Para- 4u^" m Tuesday evening. May 24th. Th program, which was the last of the series of npftHin recitals to he given this year, was Me of exceptional inter- est and beauty. "•' >- • The iteft was artistically decorated with baskets of flnramiri ferns, which gree a beaatifW setting for the ehano- iag story. The recital was featuring "The Garden of Ftoadae^ by Edward Sheldon, a play of tot sad beau...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 31 May 1921

MB •'V* arv 31fe jHrgapbatw: lfor Sfaxtrtrrnlij fnu* Georgetown, Texas, under Act September 7, 191 of CongreM of at the flee at IMWBY D. AKIff. .Editor-in-Chief MANLEY L. PEABCT.* .Business Manager WILLIAM AYBES Assistant Editor JOB A. DUBBBNBEBGEB. Assistant Editor hhii.tp ttlikuci.fn", Aaditant Editor BBUCEKNICKERBOCKER .........Assistant Editor HAiflKli OATMAN Assistant Editor JUAN1TA POBTEB .Assistant Editor SUE MOOD .Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWARD BABCU8 .Assistant Editor ELNOBA DULANEY Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGE8S .Assistant Business Manager MORRIS GOFOBTH Assistant Business ~~ AUBBET A. GRAVE8 .General Assistant THE PIPER What is the value of a course in mathematics? High school stu- dents do not know. Neither do they realise the great value of the courses in dramatic arts whieh are offered. A hind of providence' seems to lead most people blindly into what is best for them. If the high school plays are valuable, how much more so is a high- ly organized course in d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 31 May 1921

• . f —■ PHI DBLTA THETA HAS FORMAL PARTY «k *£\ / # > (Continued from Page 1.) a very beautiful and pleasing decora- tion. Above the bower prepared for the orchestra another electric design of equal beauty, portraying the Phi Delta Theta coat of anas, occupied a promi- nent place. The beautiful home and the harmonious blending of the entire color, scheme presented a picture of unusual brilliance. * ' The gaests *rere'met by M end antes J. T. Sneed, Philip Sneed, A. W. SUlure, and 0. 8. Belford, who assited the Phis, after which they formed into line for the grand march which was led by Har- vey BeO, President of Texas Gamma Ohapter of Phi Delta Theta, and Miss. Lylie Hamner. Them arch took place on the lawn. Following the march the couples enjoyed strolls and general con- versation. ^ 'vV4> Refreshments in two courses were served. The first course consisted of chicken salad, dark and light sand- wiches, olives, eheese straws, and mint tea. The second course consisted of an- g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 31 May 1921

I TEH s' I V y % M If J *t<- , y 3 as PS* im&st. mi *S '.. 8& ■sfef SRV?/ . i'Ulr/ A NEW PBOrTBSMON -£■ \ FOE COLLEGE MEN The Megaphone is jn receipt of the following communication from Mr. B. •B. Beach, President of the National As- sociation of Commercial Organization Secretaries, 10 South LaSalle Strqpt, Chicago: v "There were many by-products of the •war. Some wore of a destructive na- ture while others are proving to he real assets in these post-war days. Among tht latter is the manner in which com- munities learned to work as units. The numerous drives Which took place and the crying calls for real and quick ac- tion that constantly arose caused the perfection in most communities of well oiled machines for putting across - any desired job. "In most communities the machine immediately called on was tW local Chamber of Commerce if it was a real going concern. In others, it resulted either in the building of sncli an organ- ization from the ground rip where none ousted...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 June 1921

? 7: ' ■ ■ "b MflfiiiiiMH ' ■ lur A •fvm w* - - h F kuwei:: - - J1 r * SK • I'vfti*1! 3tC^ •*'• * Jf, S 2®$ >*K'■ Tii-W^' \ i iWH' *A , ■ : Sbte - AjL«CRvlS-3 i' '# M f w •■ *ft«i rtf • Ha ?.■">■ ■ .V ■" .-'V . • ,&%, mm t- ■■ ■ •' .' i ■ME3 lil#^ II« USE A The' 1(mI direction" of ton Peabody's BVEEY TUESDAY THB SCHOOL iHftr-TH* STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY FOURTEENTH YEAE ESTABLISHED 1007 VOLUME XIV GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1981 31 journalism cuss edition ? {i« rf; ."Bra Misfit ■ vi I . s t M-'ML ffil? *t ► dtf&'lfi "W. „ , ••-• - . • arranged music was fur- 1 Josephine ... imlMC . Piper,f' on last Friday evening at the University auditorium before a large audience of students of Southwestern > and citizens of Georgetown. "The J i- * per" is based on the legend set forth In Browning's 4 'Pied Pipfer of Hame j-.<p 7 nisbed (hiring the evening by th? orches- j* tff> Under the direction of Mies Etelka " ' Evans. #,-"■ ' \V ; . ■ S>i:. Emory ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 June 1921

Ill "" f ' ■ Cstabltatfrfc 1907 JTaitrtrrntb $rar Entered as second-class mail matter, SepteuiDer 7, 1012, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 HENEY D. AKIN Editor-in-Chief IfANLEY L. PEABCY Business Manager * * ■ WILLIAM AYBES Assistant Editor PHILIP DUNKLIN .Assistant Editor BBUCE KNICKERBOCKEB. .. Assistant Editor WA7RT, OATMAN . Assistant Editor JUANITA PORTEB ... • Assistant Editor SUE MOOD ..................... .Assistant Editor ANNIE EDWABD BABCUS Assistant Editor ELNOBA DULANEY Assistant Business Manager TEflffPT/R BOGGESS Assistant- Business Manager AUBBEY A. GRAVES .. General Assistant Editor JOE A. DUBBENBERGEB..; ." ISSUE EDITOR WHY NOT COMB BACK? ' s-a y 4 Y.EC A. HEARS 1 PROFESSOR DAVIDSON "DEMAGOGS'' IS SUBJECT OP DIS CUSSION—NORMAN AND BAR CDS RENDER MUSIC The mission of Southwestern is to develop men and women, '' all- round men and women," "physically, mentally and spiritually fit to become leaders." How well she has succe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 June 1921

1* ■roww IfriPf m~ ifeifeiiii T J •'*ffi 'nfl' . "7 ' *w ; :- fjffl* "*,«V;?x/>* SflbfgG* .r ■•■' <<5?1 ^-/.TWa 1 MO HOSTESS FOR -, INFORMAL LUNCHEON r-v-. V • • .,. .. •. " •X XBLLBB LAWN SCENE FOR OAT PARTY ON EAST SATURDAY EVENING • '-On the evening of June 4, about sev- "1 "en-thirty o'clock the guests and mem- 1)efB (of -Phi Mo fraternity were assem- . . . bled at the home of Mrs. I. N .Keller. Musie and group conversation soon cre- ated an atmosphere of pleasant infor- P? t mality.* ^Then-the last guest had ar- J. rived the party with common consent ( * "i ' drifted toward the inviting lawn where V*« WM served, in eafeteria fashion, a" de- licious luncheon consisting of fried ' chicken, potato chips, Waldorf sqjad, pickles, rolls, iced tea, ice cream and , cake. Oomfortable places were provid- ed of garden chairs and pillows scat- tered about the lawnB and the couples k lunched long and with bountiful grace. - Throughout the evening chocolate mints were passed and fre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 August 1921

V- * ' '' '" t ' *-' W- Qiffit-'k.'^VJ : ■ ' .•••3*A -?-v •■'•/'..•' 'fcs#*? *y«w'- ■■ T^rirTUTM#ihni^ n m ' ~f'Qr. SITY . # .. L«W SEBIES 80 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, ATJGU8T 1921 NUMBER 4 iwss: The President b «|utyJMNytag that he m nt«D anywhere without meeting old South westerners. He has been stay- ing pretty close at home ainoe Commence- ment, resting up a little. Bat he reports that on sueh tripe as he haa taken his theory is verified that Southwestern is everywhere and helping to ran of the wotfcL Immediately after our commencement up to a M. U. to deliver the iMwi- before the graduating class of that inspiring institution. Of eourse everybody knows that he would meet many of our alumni there. In faet 8. M. U.rcould hardly have survived without Southwestern. In the facuty group are Dr.Boaa, the president, Dr. Kilgore, Mrs. Hyer, Mrs. J. H. McGinnis and Mr. Gay le Waldrop, all S. U. graduates; among students in the Ideological are "Bill" Slack and Theophilus and while be was then th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 August 1921

* -,*1 ■''■ •\L:'j- . '■■<* •, , , ' '/ •*' •S&t f? - University Bulletin y! THE MEGAPHONE Series 20 Number 4 Entered Sept. 10, 1002, at Georgetown, Texas, as second-class mail matter, un- der Act of Congress of July 16, 1894. Accepted for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Sec. 1103, Act of Oct. 3,1917, authorized Aug. 20,1918. IN ANSWER TO A REGENT FALSE RUMOR. From .more than one source the report h « drifted in to us at bout hwestern that certain parties were expressing doubt concerning the opening of the University for work next Fall. The reason said to be given was the large in- debtedness of the institution. Of course it is an outrage on the Uni- versity that we are even called upon to answer any such ridiculous charge. It only have been started in malice and falsehood, and it could only have been believed by those who were grossly ignorant of conditions. There has never been one tingle mo- ment when the responsible officials of Southwestern University ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 August 1921

JjJWP = re: . ■ _ FACULTY DOIWQ8. , Bj Our Paid Columnist. Dr. Wonder has finished painting his bouse—a white job, in the open. Mr. Davidson has NOT finished paint- ing his FORD. Two more coats are necessary before it can stand the cold of coming winter. Mr. and Mrs. Wentz made it a Glori- ous Fourth with Angie and Mrs. Smith in Kerrville. Mr. Godbejr was chief of the Goat Bopers and Steer Riders that graced Snyder Field on the Nation's Birthday. With watch in hand and an eagle eye he eho«e the man to 8et first money in the original Texas sport. Ho looked strange- ly natural in a sombrero on a cow pony. The goats were reported as very "recal- citrant. Mr.. Mast is all by his lonesome now. The Chief Mast and all thedittle mizzen- Masts have gone to Ohio. Now, he is "The master of his plate, The captain of his own sugar bowl." Mr. Claude Howard was constrained to take a Ford from the service'station to try. They tanked it up with five gal- lons of gas for him. He drove till the five g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 August 1921

il mi WM mm SF NOONAN-BISHOP Wednesday afternoon at 6 o'clock at the first Methodist church of our city a beautiful wedding was solemnized when Hiram David Noonan, a prominent busi- man of Wichita Falls, and Miss Rose Boddie Bishop, daughter of President and Mrs. C. M. Bishop of Southwestern Uni- versity, were Onited in the bonds of mat- rimony, Dr. H. L. Grey performing the ceremony, using the double ring service. Mrs. W. P Davidson presided at the organ, accompanying Prof. W. P. Pavid- Bon, who sang "O Promise Me*' by De Koven, after the playing of the "Ve netian Love 8png" by Nevin; after which Mrs. Davidson played the Bridal Chorus from "Lohengrijj'' for the - coming of the bridal party. Miss Mary Elizabetl} Onderdonk of San Antonio led the party, followed by the bride with her father, who were met at the altar by the bride- groom and his best man, Mr. Paul Baker of Belton. During the ceremony Mrs. Davidson played "Somewhere a Voice Is Galling," by Tate} "At Dawning," by Cadman,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 October 1921

I H &v*wJJB3*^ JiPn liP^Si jjW | ^*f4 Saturday 100% Attendance e+0+m0+0++ w++++++*++++* 1 t*n ni-TKH kii EVERY TUESDAY thk SCHOOL TEAS BY THB STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY JUDGE BARCUS DELIVERS OPENING ADDRESS SPECIAL MUSIC, ADDRESS, CON- FERRING OF DBGREES CONSTI- TOTES OPENING PROGRAM ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEA& VOLUME XV NUMBER 1 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 4, 1921. *0*m0000+*** *0f * 00*++** M Lyceam Nndber Tonight IT * *« Uwersny Auditorium *4' Before an audienee of faculty mem- ben, visitors, and members of the old and new classes of Southwestern Uni- versity, the forty-eighth annual opening ex^reise was held Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. The opening hymn, "All Hail the Power,*' was followed by the invocation by Dr. D. E. Hawk of Austin. Miss Etelka Evans, director of the Musie Department, with her usual mas- tery of the /yiplia, played "A Poem" by Fibieh and ('Saraband" by Bohm. Dr. Bishop' then read the eightieth Psalm of the Scripture l...

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