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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 November 1921

|®V" mm* Bp*,.; mm'i I ; I ; Sw ■ft*. <.s«— ► '■ r- r- F^FHOP W'^ ; ^ V&a#, . T*V'^ ft? TC5 t V# IWtwHTOT PIRATE SQUAD DOWNED BT LONGHOEN ELEVEN (Continued froui page 1.) Vowell Hardt / Left guard Bralley Roach («'.) Center Jones Camp Bight guard Ward Brown Bight tackle Hamilton McMurruy Bight end Gardere Campbell Quarterback HeniBell Crump Left halfback Sens Morse Bight halfback Domingues W. J. Foster Fullback Substitutes for Texas: Luhn, Tyneaj Brown, Higgins, Bluestein, Murphree, Barry, Sledge, Bader, W. Moore, Lock- wood, Townsend, Gorman, Gilstrap. Substitutes for Southwestern: Viv- ian, Hoyne, Weinert, Reynolds, Mateer and Hardt. Score by quarters: Tex,-us : 14 2 21 7^4 Southwestern 0 0 0 0— 0 Touchdowns: Domingues, Burns, Luhn, Hemsell, Brown, Gilstrap. Oflieials: Rupert (Wisconsin), ref- eree; Moore (Vanderbilt), umpire; Bourke (Vermont), timekeeper. GEORGETOWN HIGH 0; AUSTIN HIGH 0 Georgetown and Austin Highs fought through a game which ended in a score- less tie on ...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 November 1921

I K wraTFv1 L ' SiOTw? ****+*+**+ **+ ********^ ^ > ■yy^p.Wr, •• *•• '. '4 <V<Jf tf SERATO Italian Violinist v^viv.' ••' ^'' - *. November 17 "•/•<.'V': f. ;j ' .- ■/'' lijr •"'r :; ;" ' , •■ '. V*'\^ c.'/ ' ' ■7i^' PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OP SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XV NUMBER 7 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 15, 1921. > CARNIVAL November 21 University Campns ^################### ^ WM\ BETTER SPEECH PLAYS GIVEN IN CHAPEL SERIES OF ORIGINAL PLAYS ARE PRESENTED BY VARIOUS CLASSES ■j fyT. Heretofore, unknown talent lias beon displayed in connection with the Better Speech movement.of the past week. A series of interesting and really clever plays were given in chapel by the vnri-' ons classen of school. All the plays wore , featuring Better Speech, and all were original in composition and given with- out direction. " The chapel programs of the week be- gan with a presentation of the Better...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 November 1921

pSPPIspl w fsf'" •Pft v"-' 33© ■ ■ ■ i ■ ' . ^ 1 ■ ■ — ©hp ^megaphone I gatahUafrfft 18nr JJtftwnU? Jjrar 1 -. i."';" " ■■". . i11 ' ■1 _... i i I-' ii iii ■■■■•y-" „> Entered as o&?ond-class mail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at tht> r^atoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 JOE A. DURRENBEBGER Editor-in-Chief ANNIE EDWARD BABCUS General Assistant Editor EARL J. PATTON Business Manager MATTIE LOU GBOCE ;.. / Assistant Business Manager f ty. L. AYRES ". Assistant Editor JOHN B. ENTRIKIN Assistant Editor G. B. WIN8TEAD Assistant Editor JOHN W. DUNN Assistant Editor JUANITA PORTER Assistant Editor MARY MATHILDE AKIN .AssistantEditor D'LAURAL BEVILLE Assistant Editor MARY ELIZABETH BECK Assistant Editor TEMPLE BOGGE88 7.. Assistant Business Manager |It. PAXTON . Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR ♦ NOTES FROM OTHER COLLEGES <8> * -S> FOOTBALL At Austin—University of Texas 54, I Mississippi Aggies 7. * At Dallas—T. C. U. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 November 1921

^ ' wwsw •*■ * - ?wi. N ' v, ••Hr** 4L;«^ '"'.V '«T v V-.^LP&T,*'^ "I1 " ' 1 . Far Scrrice Tdtpkae 78 Free Defirery i —- * «JL I , ■ ml v THE REXALL STORE SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK Company W"1,JWI"« Bixby Shoe Polish 15c, on Sale 2-in-l Shoe Polish 15c, on Sale Shinola Sets 75c, on Sale Tennis Shoes $1.50, on Sale Hair Brushes 75c to $1.50, on Sale 10c 10c 50c 95c 55c Willow Toilet Water $1.00, on Sale Willow Toilet Water 75c, on Sale Willow Toilet Water 50c, on Sale Ben Hur Toilet Water $1.50, on Sale Cloth Brushes 75c to $1.50, on Sale 73c 47c 25c $1.00 55c iffiift f * SAN JACINTO HOLDS LIVELY SESSION GOOD PROGRAM, LABGB CROWD ALL PENCIL TABLETS ON SALE TODAY ONLY AT 3 l-3c EACH W : Vf'i&y 2ER TWO WSBSS* RB8T Although many students found it de- sirable to spend the past week-end away from Georgetown, the San Jacinto Hall waa well-filled Monday morning for the TQgalar program of the society. Miss Lois Morgan gave a reading in driHl dialeet which gave the child's idea of perfec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 November 1921

o. L CONSIDERS ••MAN" IN DEVOTIONAL I this rut may come in various ways, but lit the revelation from God expressed in "f human form. "We must recognize facts and depend upon family, I school, and .social life to raise the ideals 1 and make strong stimulii for greater (life." Joe A. Durrenberger stated that the | condition of a man's old age depends I Upon his youth- "Dissipation leads to | immature old age." He said that the Idest phrase in the English language J is "the man you might have been." A I dissipated life destroys friendB and a | life without friends is valueless. The de- elopment of a good old man is to start [in youth by building physical and men- ] tal power that is able to carry hiin I through. No man should ever reach Tips goal, for when this is attained prog- stopa. Mr. Durrenberger conelud- jed by reading this passage from Long- [ fellow: Age is opportunity no less • I Than youth itself, tho in another dress, And as the evening twilight fades away The sky is filled...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 November 1921

'vftF: * ««*# < THE CARNIVAL VASA SUCCESS yP"/ fuBljIWHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAH VOLUME XV NUMBER 3 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 22, 1921. GET READY FUR BASKETBALL PRACTICE "OLD FIRE" AMD PEP" RENEWED AT CARNIVAL AMD BIG VAUDEVILLE FEATURED ON tte big Carnival on Monday night Showed that Southwestern has not en- tirely lost the old fire and pep that has over characterized the old iehool By the middle of the afternoon tents and stands appeared miraculously on the University eampns and bills and posters announced the big time ra store for all at the University from 6 to 11 o'clock. By the appointed time crowds began to gather and the side shows on the campus proved a greet attraction. My v teary, mnaf and miracle added zest and excitement to the occasion. The "cry" of the balloons, the delieious oder of and the soaad of music out over the eampos as the time drew near for the opening o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 November 1921

190? «| Jlftrrtillf fnr IMIlfe «—•—'■ ■ ■■ hi ,, " , , i ■atered m s?Qnd-elass mall matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at tk ^atoflee at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 JOE A. DUKRENBEBGEB.................................... Editor-in-Chief !«S?® EDWARD BABCD8 ; General Assistant Editor hjMJKL J, PATTON .Business Manager MATTIE LOU GROCE. Assistant Business Manager ' W, L. AYRE8 .AssistantEditor JOHN B. ENTRIKIN Assistant Editor F ?'®" WINSTEAD Assistant Editor I JOHN W, DUNN ....AssistantEditor JUANITA POBTEB Assistant Editor iPUHr MATHILDE AKIN. Assistant Editor D'LAUBAL SEVILLE Assistant Editor ; *A*Y ELIZABETH BECK I Assistant Editor *LE BOGGESS Assistant Business Manager IPW MXTON Assistant Business Manager | SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PEB YEAR THE FLAGPOLE ' ;r The flagpole which now stands on the campus before the Admin- istration Building was placed there in the fall of 1918 for the purpose Of having the Stars and Stripes flying on high. Since that time the Nation'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 November 1921

SSRfji wMtmAar. f " i IBSSK Jm ALAMO W ■ a VEU ATTENDED BAM ANTONIO HIGH DEFEATS GEORC EOEOETOWN \A !* ^C; t .1 ,-^a W[ TtX' ;M . & *« . ; & mm, FRANCES, BHEW, WAYLAJfD AMD BABCU8 APPEAR ON PROGRAM 'Alamo Literary Society met In reg- ular mum Monday morning in Alamo Hall. Although there have been pre- dictions that the Alamo Literary Soci- ety was a thing of the past, yet there was an attendance of about twenty. Tie meeting was called to order by the President, Annie Edward Barens, and the Secretary was instructed to read the program for the morning. The first number on the program was the inaugural address by the new Prfcs- ident of the Society. Miss Barens stat- ed that she indeed felt honored to be the president of the 'society, that die was proud of the fact that many of the stadenta were taking an interest in the activities of the society and that she would give all her energy and effort in' trying to do her share in boosting the Alamo Society and upholding its tra- dit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 November 1921

■jaw wl AND PLAY TO MJOBELBSSTEE (Continued from page 1.) Pirate line held and Stewart tted 15 yards but Southwestern fum- and S. M. U. recovered. Stewart ited on fourth down but the wind the ball back and he lost 9 yards, made 12 yards. Stewart inter- paaa. & M. U. attempted onaide and S. U. recovered on 43-yard Crump and Foster made first A pass Crump to Morse gained yards and Crump punted onside but K. U. recovered. SECOND QUASTER Pass Brooks to Baird nets 13 yards, circles end for first down on thwestern's 10-yard line. Brooks Steward failed to gain but a pass ) Griner gained 5 yards. It was fourth 'and 5 yards to go. Stewart pass- across the goal line and the ball was ight out to the 20-yard line. Howze ited 20 yards out of bounds. S. M. J. made first down, but fumbled and S. [U .recovered. W. Foster hit line twice [for 12 yards. THIRD QUARTER Morse kicked off 45 yards to Baird returned 10 yards. Baird kicked 120 yards on fourth down. Crump made down. Unable to gain further...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 29 November 1921

JwfHV! :* 1 r^3Smr ?5ffl,.., HsP^ WtWTz.*-' "Shf "XHWW<JIW<< •* *** * Oratorio Rehearsal Thursday Evening 7:15 - > flf PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY aphmtr ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAR VOLU MEXV. ' NUMBER 9 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 29, 1921. X<<<<X<<MW<W<< «« l Get Ready for the EXAMS \ MARY E. HOWARD TO APPEAR DECEMBER 6 ■ « I FAMOUS LYRIC SOPRANO WHO DE- LIGHTED HER AUDIENCE LAST SPRING TO RETUBN i: Mary Elizabeth Howard, Lyric So- prano, wlio delighted her audience by her concert here last April 14th, will give a song recital in the University auditorium Tuesday evening, December 6th, at 8:15, according to an announce- ment made by the Lyceum Committee of the University. Miss Howard, yoUng, beautiful, of charming personality, poise and with a splendid voice of great volume and wide range, captured the students as few art- ists have ever done, and a return en- gageme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 29 November 1921

E&r t" . 11 0hf HMnjapljunr ffrtahltriyrt 19B7 lifimdil frar ■ ; j Entered as a^rond-class mail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at th« pnstoffice at * Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 JOE A. DUBBENBEBGEB Editor-in-Chief ANNIE EDWABD BAKCU8 General Assistant Editor EABL J. PATTON ,....Business Manager MATTIE LOU GBOCE J Assistant Business Manager W. L. ATBES WV. Assistant Editor JOHN B. ENTBIKIN Assistant Editor G. B. WIN STEAD Assistant Editor JOHN W. DUNN. Assistant Editor JUANITA POBTEB Assistant Editor MARY MATHILDE AKIN Assistant Editor DliAUBAL SEVILLE Assistant Editor MARY ELIZABETH BECK Assistant Editor TEMPLE BOGGESS Assistant Business Manager AL PAXTON Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION $1-50 PEB YEAB DR. BISHOP GOES TO HOUSTON M. E. CHURCH Dr. C. M. Bishop has been assigned to the pastorate of St. Paul's Church, Houston, by the Texas Conference of the Methodist Church, which has just closed its 82nd annual session. The Conference was held at Be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 29 November 1921

*£: 'H J.,. > wrS - T-'A W. ' ■ ."f-.v>.'S > .pi b 1 I. \ \ I entire stock of 200 Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits and 50 Overcoats are included in this great sale. Great variety of patterns in all sizes: t: $40.00 Hart $45.00 Hart $50.00 Hart $55.00 Hart $60.00 Hart $65.00 Hart $70.00 Hart Schaffner & Schaffner 4 Schaffner & Schaffner & Schaffner & Schaffner & Schaffner & Marx Suits Marx Suits Marx Suits Marx Suits Marx Suits Marx Suits Marx Suits $29.75 $33.45 $37.75 $39.95 $43.75 $47,75 $49.75 This week we are making Special Prices on Men's OVERCOATS, f RAINCOATS and BRADLEY SWEATERS. "7 &" r'alPii Fair Georgetown^ Texas ? . > • • V Georgetown, Texas ENTHUSIASM SHOWN m •" AT ALAIO MEETING _____ OODY GIVES VERY INTEREST- ING TALK ON "ORIGIN OF UT- EBAEY SOCIETIES 1H &. U." Alamo Lit«nrj Society met Monday morning la the Alamo Halt After the reading of the minutes by the secre- tary, the society joined in a short de- votional meeting consi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 December 1921

, Sfc ■ ™" '* V 1 -i: • ■' • •• '• >; ISP.' - ?5 'V '••* ■ ' " : i l i e&gv *'i^vS2rr ' *t ® SSR? OTSli^l^r &* <w*T-;: «t1 • ''' mft& i+++^*+* +++4mt*+0*iliir+#4 i BOOST Sflfe tt«; r$ New Y. Pa> |w «;Ml ' ,',>•# v:.., ,11.1 '!."l'.'J.i'H' ■ ~i PUBLISHED BVRRY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY , • •:•■. •'"* ; '''."'^ «y" " ' n^'f;i-=' ' iii - PRESIDENT C. M. BISHOP LEAVES 1 U. TO ACCEPT PASTORATE ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAR Lyceum Tonight Mary E. Howard Soprano VOLUME XV. NUMBER 10. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 6, 1921. ■###^ ###### #####> K Scholarly Leader of the Institution for the Pa& Ten Years Left Friday for Houston Still Nominal President Dr. Charles McTyeire Bishop, who lias for the past ten and a third years been president of Southwestern Uni- versity, left Friday for Houston, Texas, where he will take up his work as pas- tor of St. Paul's M. E. Church, South, of thai eity. Dr. Bishop, howe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 December 1921

•V fe I f % Gsj J? ' < f Mr jig fKcaaphottr €«taUtai|rd 1907 jrtfimitlr |nr Kntered as w?ond-elaM mail matter, Septemoer 7, 1918, at tk jjxiitoffiee at Georgetown, Texas, nnder Aet of Congress of March 8, lftlL JOB A. DUBRENBEBGER Editor-in-Chief ANNIE EDWARD BABCU8 General Assistant Editor EARL J. PATTON Business Manager MATTIE LOU GROCE. Assistant Business Manager W. L. ATRE8 Assistant Editor JOHN B. ENTRIK1N Assistant Editor O. B. WINSTEAD,4 * *... i Assistant Editor JOHN W. DtTNN Assistant Editor JUANITA PORTER Assistant Editor MABT MATHILDE AKIN i Assistant Editor D'LAURAL BEVILLE Assistant Editor MABT ELIZABETH BECK. Assistant Editor TEMPLE BOGGE88. Assistant Business Manager AL PAXTON . .' . Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION .... *1.00 PER YEAR LIBRARY PINES There are two kinds of fines that are assessed by the Library of Southwes- tern University—that one for a Main Library book that is overdue, the other for a Reserve book that is overdue. Ap- parently there are a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 December 1921

■ } ■<- mm SAN JACS SELECT / INTERMEDIATE DEBATERS HcWAMTB, DUNK, MOORE AMD AT- ~IB TO DEBATE—BARTLBTT TO BE SOCIETY ORATOR Ban Jacinto's program opened Mon- day morning with an able diacuaeion of the important facte from the Disarma- ment Conference by Mrs. Stewart O'DelJ She said that one of the great things to be secured from the conference would be the * establishment of the precendent to settle the international questions at a conference of international represent- atives. The conference would,, she said, attempt to determine' the necessary arm- ament of each nation. 8he emphasized that outstanding features of tne Chinese question are: Japanese demands and claim*, Chinese sovereignly, and Chin- ese industry and commerce. The question used for the try-out for intermediate debaters was the question for the intercolilgiate debate this year; ..namely: "Resolved, That the Kansas Industrial Court plan of adjusting industrial dis- putes should be adopted throughout the United State...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 December 1921

jm?: I r Hn %< IR S^i' 1R: The University Store 1 Christmas Gifts and Toys will be on display This Week. See Us Cash Bargain Stort Sooth Side F. E. BUCHHOLZ, Prop. For the BETTER kirn) of PRINTING The Sun TELEPHONE NO. 98 If it's Package Candy, King's of Crane's, we "havit." Firs hundred packages to, select from—50e to $7.50 per package. The Nook. Charles W. Pepper of Belton spent the week-end on the eampus. EDUCATION TOBY'S | TfceBgfcGn* School F<* * writing, ■xmmgrmpaT. Penmanship ana Academic Depta. Posting; Adding Ma- chines, Calculator, Mimeograph and all Modern Office Appli- ances Taught Prae- btaiflzna-nterliTB* FOR YOU Open All tha Year WE TEACH BY MAI L Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Touch Typewrit- fcr penmanship. Business Arithmetic^ BngUsh and Business Letter Writing: - WRIGLEYS 8130 v i Siiiy NEW Y. M. C A. GYM] PLANS ARE DISCUSSED MASS MEETING DECIDES TO BTTUJ) FIBEP(EOOF 8TRUCTUBE—TEM- POEAEY BUILDING AT ONCE Plans for a new gymnasium with Y. M. C. A. features combined...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 December 1921

nBHEft " - < ' ' •• ■ '-v •■ " - ' «* *■•&;:v>M- /. ...... a . j. i?;.;':'...'.*, „•-,«.>***... *•■> - ,♦•« *'■ -. . i«m <.•%«- '•. **«/****<*« /&+*** .>*?; i BOOST For the New Y. M. Gym ?" ^ 38# —- .'I, j Merry jChri PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL . YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 Happy New Year FIFTEENTH YEAR >1 VOLUME XV. NUMBERJW. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 13,1921. { ALPHA DttTA PI HAS BANQUET AT SNEEPS ZETA CHAPTER AND GUESTS EN- JOY ELABORATE BANQUET AT SNEED HOME. DR. KRAUCEK TALKS ON f FRIENDSHIP FUND i&ta Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi enter- tained with „ an elaborate banquet last Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Philip Sneed. As the guests arrived they were ushered into parlors skillfully decorated to represent winter's scene, for snow-flakes glittered like dia- monds on the floor ami the banks of "snow" had drifted into corneri and on ieicle hnng- mantlepieces. : ' ' '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 December 1921

tffhg fUbgapforog ErtaUtalirt 1807 MtitnttUf f«ur as MifOBd-elui mall matter, SeptemDer 7, 1912, at ttu> -«o«toffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congreaa of March S, 1911. A. DURBENBERGER Editor-in-Chief ! EDWARD BABCU8 General Assistant Editor i J. PATTON Business Manager ! LOU GROCTE Assistant Business Manager AYBES. .Assistant Editor B. ENTRIKIN .Assistant Editor WIN8TEAD Assistant Editor W. DUNN. Assistant Editor BUflTA PORTER Assistant Editor HY MATHILDE AKIN ...Assistant Editor LT7BAL BEVILLE Assistant Editor ELIZABETH BECK Assistant Editor jE BOGGES8. Assistant Business Manager l&XIOK. .Assistant Business Manager IIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR SELF RELIANCE imination day is near at hand and is upon us. Are we going to the situation fairly and squarely, we going to try merely "to get most are prone to call tbe man- passing a course with little or no Ingt Merely "getting by" is the rase to describe many students not have their work at heart; interests are social, athletic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 December 1921

J-sS5&* *"• ' :mm ■■•# — mm wtjr -' ' - .* V; 71 i*£, , vf :. *3 i I Ifc HOTB8 ISOM THE LIBBABY Each year tbe freshman class is in- itiated into the mysteries of the Libra- ry of Southwestern University. It is a grand an momentous occasion in the col- lege life of the freshmen to be shown through th different departments of the Library by Mrs. McKennon. Patiently and painstakingly that worthy woman explains to their immature yet growing minds the sources from whieh they may feast npon the green pastures of knowl- edge. "There are books on Beligion and His- tory and Sociology and American Liter- ature" and so on for an endless string •f information. Some of the freshmen are vainly trying to take notes for the theme that is eventually to follow, oth- ers have thrown out the white flag and surrendered, many are furtively looking over the shoulder of their fellow fish to eateh a word that has been missed, for at that moment she was gazing into the mirror to see if the nose was shini...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 December 1921

7- ' ft . ', *' ■ f>¥. mi li I 11 #! 1 'M W W lj>! m. mm V III mmmm riMMrtrr r Irii Li J r/i rw J IT ■' f1Ml" """ SOCIAL SCIENCE IN THE GBEAT- EK SOUTH WE8TEEN ' ALBERTO SALVI The World's Greatest Harpist. HARP VIRTUOSO APPEAR HERE SOON ARTIST TO APPEAR IK AUDITORIUM JANUARY 9TH. Salvi, the sensational young rd ot the harp," who has taken lovera of Europe and America by , is to appear in concert in the Uni- Auditorium, Monday evening, 9th, at 8:15 o'clock. En Aleorto Salvi was but a child re he could read or write— his who was a very famous harp built for the boy a'small harp in giving him lessons on the trument. The whole family were arpists, but before very long it evident who the really famous 0 fthe family would be. the lad'a phenominal genius playing and composition, the for him to be heard at Italian Court. Tbe result was 1 boy won tbe famous Government ip offered periodically to the showing the highest standing . genius (open to all Italians) lit that his entire trainin...

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