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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 December 1921

:{ • *' '':-!j r^-?T\*i';Jf!$ '* %•'• '453$& '' "''Sfc^M" ' '"■''' • —===== 1 w*mmm*m*mmm*mmmmrnmm*m**mito H F* #« ';■■ " •- •( ■ , ' */• •'-, •'.' SC. *'.'*?'„ • '-,' ' M- ''♦ v-' .77,( ass ■Pl>H for —- AT W- Nyal Toilet Articles McINNIS DRUG COMPANY Garden Court TofletArticles Phone 77 THE REXALL STORE Georgetown, Texas Phone 78 Georgetown, Texas ■$ t( ■>' AN- ^ NOUNOES TRACK MEET. A seven event track meet will be held > soon after Christmas, according to state- ment made by W. J. Garner. All men of the University who desire may enter. Three medals will be offered to the best gleaners of points in the meet. The purpose of thiy meet is two-fold In the first place it is a competitive meet ~ to determfne the best all-around track man in school. In the second plaee it Will serve as a help towards selecting men who will represent Southwestern in track this year. All who may desire to take part in this meet are urged to train dur. ing Christmas holidays. King's Cupid Charms...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 December 1921

"W 1 = p he University Store U Take something bne for the kiddies. us for Christmas Soods,Toys and lyelties of all kinds di Bargain Store South Side BUCHHCJLZ, Prop. ♦ NOTES FROM OTHER COLLEGES ♦ *k+ the BETTER kind of PRINTING 'he Sun 7ELEPHONE NO. 98 he: "George, dear, yon have such ling eyes." (proudly): "Oh, is that sof tie: "Yes, they are always looking eh other."—Kangaroo. re you a good sport T Let that friend let your errors. Bookkeeping, Bank- ing, Shorthand, chines. Calculator Mimeograph and all Modern Office Appli- ances Taught Prac- tically. inHmnnvn YOU Open All the Year WETEACH BY MAIL and Business Letter Wi tic. "After Near it j:,xj i.L i B *P UNI VERITY OF TEXAS. The annual Co-ed Baby Party was held in the Woman s Gymnasium" Friday night A survey of tb®.- birthplaces Qf, the. professors allows forty-one states and six- teen foreign countries represented. PeregrihUs the second has been offici- ally adopted by the Law students as the emblem ol their class. This fetish s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 January 1922

the Gym Fund by Hearing ti ''Ww >—v ,T TUESDAY THE BOBOOL YEAR BY THB STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Wi DISTINCTIONS v MADE IN STUDENTS SHOW GREATER INTER- EST IN SCHOLARSHIP THAN FOR MANY YBARS Southwestern student^. settled down f to real academic work during the past term and piled up a lQng list of distinc- tions. This distinction Hat includes a representative number from each of the four college classes, and these high grades have beeta secured in all the de- partments: The ten Highest general averages, made by students who earried three or more majors of academic work, follow: Henry Dannelley .... 95.S3 John B. Entrikin ...95.33 J. 8. Cook .94.83 Willie Mae Schmidt.. 94.17 Henry D. Akin. 94. Nina Funk 94. W,L. Ayrea .98.71 fine Mood .93.71 Jnanita Porter 93.67 Velma Wilson 98.67 A complete list -of distinctions for the term includes: Alma Age#—Ed. 68, 90. H. D. Akin—Phil. 89, 92; Soc. 53, 98; Bible 51, 02. Mary M. Akin-—Chem. 61, 92; ¥ny . 7, 94; Soc. 53, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 January 1922

■ ziwim mmmM SH|r £al*iilii Jj*i) 1907 JTtftrrnllf fpar Catered as K.*<nd-«lm audi matter, September 7, 1912, at th* ^rtolllee at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March S, 1911 JOE A. DUBBENBEBGEB Editor-in-€hiaf ANNIE EDWABD BABCU8 General Assistant Editor W. L. AYBES .N Assistant Editor JOHN B. ENTBIKIN. Assistant Editor G. B. W1N8TEAD Assistant Editor JOHN W. DUNN... JUANITA POBTEB MABY MATHILDE AKIN ...Assistant D'LAUBAL BEVILLE .Assistant Editor MABY ELIZABETH BECK Assistant Editor EABL J. PATTON .Business Manager MATTIE LOU GBOCE. Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGES8. Assistant Business Manager AL PAXTON Assistant Business Manager 8UBSCBIPTI0N * $1^0 PEB YEAB THANKS TO GEORGETOWN If praise is to go to those to whom it belongs, the eitizens of Georgetown are to be highly eommended upon the ex- cellent spirit shown dnring the con- struction of the temporary gymnasium. The eld gymnasium was called the •Godbey Glmnasium because there was one dominant spirit that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 January 1922

mm ■ 9ESHI1 ■11H m i I 4. ,5: (Continued from page one) place and W poMbUitles oftheharp* Italian successes were followed by Eu- ropean favor. And then ieae than two year* ago the young artist came to America where he has as already indi- cated obtained not only art&tlc welcome bnt popular favor. He haa not been eon- Cent to be merely the technician of the harp. He alao puts some of his soul into, recapturing the nature of. the soul of the fcairp. He is very learned in tile literature of the harp and he haa added to it. He has Written in character istic manner the following number* among others: Serenade, Valse di Con- certs, Tarantelle, and; Ballade. He'haa composed an opera "H Conte Verdi"— NjapW Italian does not? Also he haa writ- ten f giand concerto for the harp ol which the Seherzo is completed and othei movements sketched out. It i* tremendu- onsly taxed in ita demands on the fing- ers, but Saivi'a digital power, elasticity and flexibility made what was obvious!} arduous ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 January 1922

OQUU3- 'ft**'* nyftfT.T. TEAM RESUMES REGULAR PRACTICE The girls' basketball team reeumod ngvlir practice, Thursday ^Itertnoon. The destruction of the gym, caused a break in their training but with the el- fort now being put forth it is almost certain that Coach Farrington will soon have a team to meet all challengers. All kinds of Sandwiches at The Al- cove. Slim Johnson was on-the campus the early part of the week. . AH kinds of Sandwiches at The Al- cove. « Clem Fain, who is teaching in Cle- burne -5f his year, was visiting here the last few days. Prof.—What right have you to swear before me in class T Soph.—How did I know you wanted to swear first? ■aaasre- and get it back in the EveningflMH 100% Sanitary. jfj So iimi iy Put Out Your Laundry. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANE of Georgetown Gives prompt atten- tion to all business. Courteous treatment at all times, and so- licits the patronage of the public. $$$$ GIVE US A SHARE OF TOUR'BUSINESS ; v- '* • • " .• ' - . «\ The University Sto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 January 1922

'J! <<c^. SUPPORT the WILSON Foundation ■WW PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL TEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SUUTHWBSTKEF ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH TEAS VOLUME XV. NUMBER 13 GEOBGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JAN. 17,1922. S. M. U. = ALBERTO SALYI HULDS AUDIENCE SPELLBOUND UNUSUAL APPRECIATION AND THUSIASM MANIFESTED XV Beginning his program with Zabel's difficult "Allegro from A minor Con- certo," Salvi held the SIM andilorinm absolutely and easily in hand from 8:15 until 9:45 Monday evening. The unus- -ualness of the harp aa a solo instrument and tke rarity of its appearance is the {Booth, may hare contributed to the unaaimoas prolonged applaase that it, under this master's touch, received. The -pleasing personality of the joasg, world renowned artist also contributed to his The perfection of the rendition of the first number, noted aa the most difficult composition for the harp, waa the key- note of the whole program. "To Spring" (Grieg), with ita slow and light grace, "Sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 January 1922

"T . X-" ©Iff Spgaulpittp EataUialpli 180T ^"a 11 114, "M — JulfrnUi fur Watered ss wroad-elut Bail Batter, Beptemoer 7, 1012, at the *«wt«flM at Oeorggton, Texas, under Aet of CoagrM of March 3, 1911 JOE A. DUBBENBEBGEB Editor-in-Chief ANNIE EDW ABB BABCU8 General Assistant Editor W. L. AYBES Assistant Editor JOHN B. ENTBIKIN „ Assistant Editor G. B. WINSTEAD A distant Editor JOHN W. DUNN Assistant Editor JUANITA POBTER Assistant Editor MABT MATHILDE AKIN Assistant Editor DUkUBAL BE V ILL* Assistant Editor MABY ELIZABETH BECK ..Assistant Editor EABL J. PATTON Business Manager MATTIE LOU GBOCE. Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGES&- Assistant Business Manager AL PAXTON Assistant Business Manager 8UBSCBIPTION ..*1.50 PEB YEAB JOHN B. ENTBIKIN .I8SUE EDITOB ISSUE EDITORS The Megaphone for the next eight is- sues, including this one, will.be put out bv issne editors. Each assistant editor will be given a chance to express his or her individuality in the art of making up a paper...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 January 1922

wjpi ■ yp3*SSaJipBMBHbMfc.jmrBreTPfrt.>re,2<r " ** -■- a v. North or '^tRo ' y£ of the NormaKtea, Texas Normal defeated Boutk- <7 to *2 on the DeaUi court ob Tharadagr, Jmaijr Stk iBdward and jp&lN* of Nonud with «oal tooaing and purding. «h«M *P 24 points for the Pirate sharpshooters. r*; # TEXAS 52, 8. V. 20 Completely outclassed and oatplayed by the Leaghorn squad, the Georgetown Pirates wont down In defent before 's ire to the tone, of 53 to 20 Texas court Tuesday night. The Texas Are led from the start, loeals fought hard bat simply conld not fight on a level basis with the Long- horns. In the first fire minutes of the second half the Pirates outplayed the Longhorns, scoring 13 points to a quar- tet by the Austin team. ♦ - TEXAS 3 S. IT. 19 Starting with an unexpected rush from the start the Pirates fought the Long- horns neck and neefe throughout the first half, Only to be outstripped in the last term of piny. The over-confident Texas five was given quite n shafce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 January 1922

wmsasas . ... i MANY DISTINCTIONS MADE IN FALL Selma Keese—Ger. 51, 90. Faye Kennedy—Home Eeo. 28, 92. J. £. Owes—Math. 5rVh John Q. Palmer—Span. 7, 90; Hist. 6, 90. Leo Patterson—Hist. 91, 90; Ed. 51, 92. Earl J. Patton—Span. 7, 90. - J. B. Pearson—Math. 5, 90; Biol. 51, 94. Eleanor Phillips—Eng. 62, 90; Biol. 1, 90. Julia Plnmmer—Span. 7, 90. Juanita Porter—Eng. 153, 94; Span. 161, 95; Ed. 93, 92. Helon Post—French 7, 94; Ed. 92, 92; Bible 51, 91. Alice Pratt—French 7, 90. Mary Presnall—Eng. 62, 90. Alice Presnall—Eng. 2, 90; Home Eco. 28, 90; Pub. Sp. 2, 90. Henry Price—Math. 5, 95; Bible 6, 90. Andrew Prude—Span. 7, 90. Howard Puekett—Biol. 1, 96. Alina Pundt—Pub. Sp. 2, 90. Selman Purcell—Span. 7, 91; Pub. Sp. 2, 90. H. J. Baesncr—Ger. 7, 92; Violin, 90. Paul K. Bees—Phys. 7, 94. Armenta Rhew—Math. 5, 93. David Roberts—Voice, 90. , W. Robinson—Voice, 90. Newton Robison—Span. 7, 92; Chem. 61,90. Cecil Rodger*—Span. 161, 95. Joe B. Ross—Math. 51, 96. Irene Saathoff—Hist, of Muaie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 24 January 1922

. «, V' ■ -"u. \^TZ%Z~23. « «* «« *« Patronize Our .a*-'i I • • ■ Advertisers **■* * + ++++ * < «*« < 'aastiys I published every tuesday the school year by the students' association of southwestern university j ' announcement made of may quehts party princesses and duchesses an ( nounced—all members of the senior class f Queen Helon of the House of Post will have as her attendants in the May Festival Mary Lucy Mar berry and Eli- nor Phillips, Princesses, and Maty Ma- thilde Akin and Annie Edward Barcus, Duchesses, who are all worthy of accom- panying the charming Queen. Miss Marberry has always been ac- tive in the co-ed activities. She has been treasurer of the Y. W. C. A, a member of the Woman's Honor Council, and an officer in the Woman's Self-Gov- ernment, this year as president, during the past two years. She has made a host of friends who will enthusiasti- cally greet her as their Princess. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Marberry of Victoia, Texas. Miss Elinor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 24 January 1922

«wmn, BPmP^Pi i^P Kr% . -f ' *'■ sss* I pf fcs I = 01jr fegayhong %9® Eatablial}r& 19flr Jftftmrtlf Qrar ft Entered as t c?ond-class mail matter, Septemoer -7, 1912, at th«> - ostoffice at " Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 JOE A. DUBBENBEBGEB Editor-in-Chief ANNIE EDWABD BABCUS General Assistant Editor W. L. AYBES Assistant Editor JOHN B. ENTBIKIN Assistant Editor G. B. WIN8TEAD Assistant Editor JOHN W. DUNN Assistant Editor JUANITA POBTEB Assistant Editor MARY MATHILDE AKIN . .Assistant Editor D'LAUBAL BEVILLE Assistant Editor MABY ELIZABETH BECK Assistant Editor EABL J. PATTON Business Manager MATTIE LOU GROCE Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGES8 Assistant Business Manager AL PAXTON Assistant Business Manager 8UBSCBIPTION. . $1-50 PEB YEAB MARY MATHILDE AKIN ISSUE EDITOB A PLEA FOB THE "OLD FIRE" What has becomo of the spirit and enthusiasm that have always character- ized Southwestern? What has happened to the "old tire" for which we once st&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 24 January 1922

, -V'H ' - ■ '-V- * 2' '•/■•' . •"a*. .' ■■. ■ < . l<i N ,.v . . <; / £ \.yv':7,. 1 W> ■' s 'i a 38. [SAN JACINTO SOCIETY IS mi ATTENDED LARGE NUMBER OF STUDENTS HEAR INTERESTING PROGRAM • Pf SPITE OF BAIN San Jacs do not mind inclement weath- er, for the San Jacinto1 Hall was well- filled at 9:30 Monday morning. j Mary Margaret Goeppinger sang a solo which was greatly appreciated. She was ably accompanied by Elsie Koth- man. "The New International Policy of France" was discussed by 8. 8. Davis. He said that the Briand cabinet was overthrown because it had failpd# to make as heavy- demands of the Germans as the French people wanted, and be- cause he had allowed too many conces- sions in international diplomacy. "Pofn- care," he said. "claimB that he will se- cure all of the French claims from Ger- many, by whatever means are neces- sary." • • Lester Luechauer discussed the sub- ject, "Jazz Played Out." He said that if he were to fit his speech to the sub- ject he would s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 24 January 1922

" ><- iff: * «i ^1' n f A o; W ki& F-j I P i*! I' i ,. t'i. • '!:- fjPf I / ♦ ALUMNI AND EX-STUDENTS 4> Leslie Boone, A. B. 1917, is planning to return to Southwestern this summer to finish the work for his master's de- gree, according to the registrar's office. Frank E. Smith, A. B. 1916, has an- nounced as a candidate for the office of county attorney of Uvalde county, sub- ject to the action of the Democratic pri- mary. He has served as assistant and special county attorney during the year 1921. <8> An appreciation of Rev. John F. Caperton, missionary to Cuba, is noted in the Texas Christian Advocate of Jan. 19. Rev. Caperton, who was a stu- dent here for several years, died at the home of his wife's parents, Prof, and Mrs. Charles R. Forester, at Macon, Ga., Dec. 7, 1921. The appreciation was written by Ben O. Hill, an alumnus, who is now living in Dallas. A great trib- ute is paid to Rev. Caperton by one of his co-workers in the field, Mr. J. W. Fitzgerald. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 31 January 1922

"• ■N 'iPHP?? ™ ": 'v ' 1|$|IPBP!^^ ■ 3. ^■ y..- _ ->•,.: M«* i'". ' / •• • ' ' ... • ♦• \ * JMf5 jp® "•'M !^-S- i i V.... V ; . s; PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XV. NUMBER 15 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JAN. 31, 1922. i Trinity University vs. Southwestern Monday-Tuesday 1 ######## ###############^ EDGAR SCHOFIELD DELIGHTS HEARERS LARGE CROWD SHOWS APPRECIA- TION BY REPEATEDLY DE- MANDING ENCORES - DR. McCREA PRESENTS NEAR EAST RELIEF HORRIBLE CONDITIONS OF NEAR EAST ARE PRESENTED IN AN APPEAL FOR RELIEF The unusually expressive interpreta- tion of the difficult "Vision Fugitive" from Jules Massenet's "Herodiade" was the opening of the popular program giv- en by Edgar Schofield, a baritone artist, in t^e University auditorium Monday evening. Throughout the recital his audience was exceptionally responsive and appreciative. The second group was composed of three Italian songsy ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 31 January 1922

BBKiMh— . - ;™ "H ••'"*: ^*-r''^:\ "|1 P^wwS ■ i 1 ®ljr Hpijaplinnp EBiabitfijjpft iaur Jfaftrrnlh IJrar Entered as e^rond-class mail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at th*> postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 JOE A. DURRENBEBGER Editor-in-Chief ANNIE EDWARD BARCUS General Assistant Editor W. L. AYRES Assistant Editor JOHN B. ENTRIKIN Assistant Editor G. B. WIN8TEAD Assistant Editor JOHN W. DUNN Assistant Editor JUANITA PORTER Assistant Editor MARY MATH1LDE AKIN Assistant Editor D 'LAURAL SEVILLE Assistant Editor MARY ELIZABETH BECK Assistant Editor SUBSCRIPTION $1-50 PER YEAR D'LAURAL BEVILLE ISSUE EDITOR ALUMNI AND EX STUDENTS <£> ♦ , A; $&&&&&&&<&$■ i ' SBDTH-RATLIFF athletic courtesy The student body of Southwestern University would resent be- ing told that they were poor sports, but such is the truth. People who have any of the love of true sportsmanship should know better than to cheer when a member of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 31 January 1922

I ' • STUNT PARTY GIVEN BY Y. W. AT ANNEX ONE ACT PLAYS, STUNTS, MUSIC, AND POPCOEN FEATURE IN MAKING LIFE MERRY STE1NLE AT RANDOM FEATURES AT SAN JAC VARIED PROGRAM AND MUCH BUSINESS KEEPS SAN JACS ENTERTAINED , p f* t t-f l-y The recreation committee of the Y. W. C. A., under the direction of Eliza- beth Beck, gave a stunt party in the «Y" Hall Monday night at 9:30. One j end of the hall had been converted into ) an impromptu stage and the curtain rose upon the seene of a one-act play, "The Coquette." Alice Presnaji as rue ko- ^ quette, was recliring at ease when the maid, Glenna Brown, entere bearing the card of Suitor No. 1, Beatrice Ingram, on a tray. Ue is brought in and after presenting a bouquet of beautiful erim- son radishes, intertwined with pine tree fern, he proceeds to woo the lady of his fond hopes. In the midst of his deelar* ations the door bell rings and the maid brings in the card of Suitor No. 2, Bob Wilburn. Panic stricken, Miss Coquette immediately seizes the m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 31 January 1922

■ >•■ "■; ■< *■'>* '^V\^'T.-.;-\fT.' '-■■-• •.?*&•.?■••*•.y«y -:y s:*-A-#;•',Tj'y&y^v:,*•••-.,•*',y-n-,#,*/.--.'' •;" -*• • :. "! yyH • >w u $ * *r. F IN- LAND LIGHT HOUSESf Demonstrations with an apparatus consisting of a large size searchlight and a huge inclined mirror, which have just been completed by the searchlight engineers of the General Electric Com- pany at Schnectaily, ST. Y., are believed to be the forerunners of l^nd lighthous- es for the use of aeroplanes at night. The equipment used in the tests com- prised a 36-inch, high intensity search- light having a capacity of 325,000,000 beam eandlepower and a mirror suffi- ciently large to refleet this wonderful beam. The searchlight was enclosed in a housing structure and remained sta- tionary. The beam played through a window in the house upon the mirror and was reflected straight up into the sky to a great height. The mirror was inclined at an angle of 45 degrees, and was movable, allowing tho light be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 February 1922

BASKETBALL TONIGHT S.U. b. Trnty 7:45 #0 * # < rDBXJSHED TEAS BY ■OUMWJW SVJSBY tuesday sodool or ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YBAB VOLUME XV. /, NUMBER 16 OBOBGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEB. 6, 1922. S. U. ts. Grobbs UEDRANCE CONCERT IS PRONOUNCED SUCCESS bonos, stobxbs and legends of amebioan indian oivbn in intebbsteno! "captain nmy caftubbd BY IFPPKIt fifiiiPMUHU "Get tint Freshman president!" This was the exclamation which 'was heard on an aides following the announcement that the Freshmen intended to have a party Saturday night at the gymnasium Oh, no, the Freshmen did not iawnnee the* faet that they were going to 'hare the party, but, as nsnal, the inexperi- enced classmen could not keep the se- cret, and the coming affair was an- class members. "Captain Kidd," leader of the aspir- ing boys and girls, was induced by fel- low Freshmen to sleep in a room on first floor, rather than in hi* own, en Thurs- day night, thinking that by such a skill- ful and complex piece of strategy t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 February 1922

r 4fitfi J: r~ 01jr iMfgaptfottP SataMtelpril \ffl jrtflnutli flrar Eatered aa sAMmd-class nail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at tk j^ietoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act or Ooagress of Maxell 3, 1911 11 1 ■ 1 ■' 1 ■■ ■ 11 1J . 1 john dunn —j,.... issue Editor CLUBS vs. CLUBS Lately there has been an increased activity in onr college life, namely, that "mi of organizing clubs. Each one of the clnbs formed has a worthy purpose, no doubt, but at the same time care must be tahen that these smaller organiza- tions do not crowd out those activities that are of greater value to the student body as a whole. Perhaps you may be able to handle all of these successfully without neglecting any; but there is a tendency when there are too many irons in the fire to let some of them get red hot while others are barely warm. If you are a member of a club, work hard to make it a success. But care should be exercised that the greater and broader interests of the school are not engulfed by petty orga...

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