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

. •/ •WMsri W:> gS* ■PE? aj 1$ ■ =r- 1 ■ I ■'" ■ ses \k- m DEBATERS HADE WsatiHm —| FOUR DEBATES FOR AMD ONE FOB THE i ARRANGED FOR l-:,v spring j _. . ^ Final selections for the debating teams that are to represent Southwee- contests this at a meeting of the debating squad and the debate council last Tuesday Evening. The first debate to be held angular Debate bgfcpeen Trinity Uni- versity, Texas Chrigj^n University and Southwestern. FoJ 'this debate Chap- man H. Davidson and Emory Horger Mil support the affirmative side of the question, "Resolved, That the Kansas Court plan of settling industrial dis- putes should be adopted throughout the United States," against T. C. U. here. James Hardy and Leo M. Patterson are to defend the negative side of the same at Waxahachie. these debates has been set at February 24th. The next debate will be between the Southwestern co-eds &nd C. I. A. at Deh- ton on March 3rd. Annie Edward Bar- ens and Velma Wilson will defend the negative of the...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 7 February 1922

5H $ I . • KM* 03W mr m as* LADIES--- b:r Naturally Dandruff rages. We aielequipped with the famous Eletftric Hair Dryer, and can dry your hair thoroughly. We also carry in stock a line of the besft Hair Tonics, Dandruff Remedies, etc. Hair Bobbing our specialty. Bank Barber Shop, A W HOYT- Proprietor ♦ NOTES FBOM OTHER COLLEGES * <8> tt UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS A resolution has been presented to the general faculty of the University by the faculty of the school of law petitioning that the school year, as far as the Law Department is concerned, be divided in- to two semesters instead af three terms as is now the custom. ' The Longhorn Band will tour North Texas during the week of March 18-25. More than fifty performers will make the trip. The Public Speaking staff has an- nounced the debate schedule. Texas will debate Vanderbilt and the Univer- sities of Oklahoma, Colorado and Ar- kansas. <$> T. C. U. Debaters for the Triangular Debate between Trinity, Southwestern and T. C.;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 February 1922

*£&*•• r*" v ■ • v* *~Sv '■'. \ •' _•«*•.• . * '# - v- '*.• wfei",#. •> *. ."i* ■* *j>r ■ ■ / Vs** the i «#ari*i' >^Srn .*\|.<r.V- ,J «« PASSO FUNDO r omnomtj •-• ^381 -' j ■t - j ■ I ' . * PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THB STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF ■OUTHWHSTEIty UNIVERSITY * ESTABLISHED 1907. FIFTEENTH YEAS VOLUME XV. ^ NUMBER 17 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEB.-13, 1922. Week's Score: Pirates • 94 Opponents 16 ™: -| 'j I * «* < LARGE NUMBER REPORT FOR BASEBALL PRACTICE NEARLY THIRTY OUT FOR PRAC- T1CE TUESDAY—TEAM IS STRONG OK FAFER Y. M C A. SPONSORS ORGANISATION OF HI "Y" - ■■ jfcijjjf $PZ, " ttigkf.i' ■ At the call of Captain Winstead near- ly thirty men reported for the first prac- tice of the baaeball year Tuesday. , Al- though the practice has been mostly limbering up fend warming up exercise, the team is. showing form sufficient to predict a successful season. The squad has been broken up into three parts—outfielders, infielders, and battery m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 February 1922

(?{?g iMrgapfrmtr 11 €*J«bltal?ra 1 1ft A . at <f , . ,, jtuiftini grar Y, l.C A, HAS VERT Entered as t £?oad-claas mail matter, Georgetown, Texas, under Act WILLIAM L. AYBES........ Septemoer 7, 1012, at the pnetoffice at of Congress of March 3, 1911 ISSUE EMTOB HE'S THE MAN . He may wear a last year's straw hat, his finger nails may need manicuring? vest may hang a little loose, and his pants n^ay bag at the knees; his face may show signs of a second days' growth, and the tin dinner bucket he carries may be full of dents and dough- nuts; but don't you call him "the old man." He is your father. For years and years he has been rustling around to get things together. Never once has he failed to do the right fhing by you. He thinks you are the greatest boy on earth, bar none, even though you plaster your hair back, wear smart clothes, smoke cigarettes, and fail to bring home -a cent. He is the man who won the love and life partnership of the greatest woman on earth—your mother. He ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 February 1922

after twnty dx Jews' abseace yon it 01 Wd tl « Waited Btatc* km «1- •ta frindi Om ■ tk« great ro- of tho West ud of the world, aad tke otter the largest rqaUk la tke Sart. It la peeaBar that two , so different as Ckj« aid America, ► are sad differencesiu the maa- , the physical forms, tlie language, details. Bat which sad the Anrriewu om Is the love'af hucr, and the other ia a lose of and a demand for sportsmanship. ' peat progma in the last tea years. "Ia 1910 we set ap a af government. Of so yoaag a republic has |ts ops It look the Baited States fnwa the wnihg of the Coastftatioa to Ike Civil War to settle oar gnrnao- tal troubles. Bvery np right organ ixa- is gaiaingstreagth ia Chiaa. There «w ■ilHif eMldrea who the'paidje schools ia Chiaa regu- Wy. Christiaaity is gaiaiag coasder- able grand ia Chjaa. Tea years ago there were oaly ahoat 75,000 Christians la Chiaa, Bat aow this aamber has ia- cxeased to 800,000. fiSfl affrr# "lr w . (Ctoatinaed from page one) _ i ■* ' to naked to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 February 1922

r CONDUCTED BY T. M. O. A. {Continned from page 1.) raea in order that Be migkt lift tip to a higher plane of life. Coulter showed that the obeai- •n of the wrraats %> the command, "Whatsoever he saith into you; do it," was what brought the desired results, ■fad gave the servants the superior knowledge. "Obedience to Jesus is the key which unlocks the door of spiritual jpwer," he said. The speaker stated that the individ- al should obey God by: accepting Jesus aa the master of his life and by "taking stock" of his own life. We can also abrve God by casting out all sin by the Up of God, with pi#ate and sincere jwotkiu, by foUowing God's plan for . oar life, and in living a life of Chris- tian service every day. Mr. Coulter spoke in the San Jacinto ■•11 Monday morning concerning the sfcooaing of a life vocation. "I'm here to try to get you to deeide for the right vocation of life," he said. "To choose the right vocation brings efficiency, bap- ffiaeas and contentment. The wrong de-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 21 February 1922

k M T RjR?f:!w\vfv IB r?f^F'Vf p-vr .'" ^ i* > •" -*V '*?tfjffivr*" ' I. ' ■** '"*.<r-' r • .1 l I Sf 4" I m BEAR DR. WEBB AT Y [MEETING SUNDAY wiM-iKHBh EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XV. NUMBER 18 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEB. 21, 1922. BASE BALL PROSPECTS ARE FINE *0*++mmp ######; DR EDWARD T. DEVDiE TO LECTURE HEBE EDITOR OF THE SURVEY" AND WORLD 8 GREATEST SOCIOL- OGIST, TO LECTURE FEB. 28 Dr. Edward T. Devine, editor of the Surrey, and who has been pronounced one of the five moat useful men in tie United States, is to leeture in the University Auditorium February 28th, at 8:15 o'clock. It is said that Dr. Devine knows more about social work than 'any man in the United States or any other eonntry. Be- cause of his great knowledge of social conditions he has been acclaimed the greatest sociologist in this country. During his stay in Georgetown Dr. Devine > will leeture to a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 21 February 1922

&jlS m ■ is . 01jp ftrg; 1*07 JTifbrtd^ Inor Entered as B&rond-claas mail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at th -w st©ffiee at Georgetown, Texas, under Art of Congress of March 3, 1911, JOE A. DUBRENBKRGEB J Editor-in-Chief ANNIE EDWARD BARCU8 General Assistant Editor W. L. AY RES 1 Assistant Editor JOHN B. ENTBIKIN 1 Assistant Editor G. B. WIN8TEAD Assistant Editor JOHN W. DUNN Asaiitant Editor JUANITA PORTER Assistant Editor MART MATHILDE AKIN Assistant Editor D'LAURAL BEVI LEE . Assistant Editor MARY ELIZABETH BECK Assistant Editor "EATtl. J. PATTON Business Manager MATT IE LOU GROCE. Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS. Assistant Business Manager AL PAXTON Assistant Business Manager GERARD BOONE Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION *1-50 PER YEAR FORMALITY vs. INFORMALITY Southwestern, has often been spoken of by visitors as a very informal plaee. In fact, the student body has boasted that informality holds supreme. But to a close observer it seems that there are ext...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 21 February 1922

' '.K X \y '.1 ■ -t . ■ " ■. ■ WASHINGTON PROGRAM GIVEN BY ALAMOS DIFFERENT PHASES OF WASHING- TON'S UFB PRESENTED BY SOCIETY MEMBERS Inasmuch as Wednesday is Washing- ton's Birthday ,the Alamo Literary So- ciety's program was entirely of a patri- otic nature. Sue Mood gave an inter- esting sketch of .his life—Washington's early life, his career as a military man, as the first president,.and the period of retirement to Mount Vernon. \ Buth Jenkins enlarged upon that peri- od his life while president. She empha- sized the greatness of men because of his wonderful power in being able to hold together the Union, because of the difficulty that was his in establishing customs and precedents. Honesty was his poliey, and hiB one wish, upon retir- ing from office, was that his principles would be of some influence on succeed- ing generations. t. Ney Wade told of some interesting anecdotes revealing Washington as an honest, bold, daring and courageous boy and man. George Steinman closed the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 21 February 1922

V«asgsW|WK«!|! 1 ' ■ gy * W> IPKHW^Wf-1 •"' ■' :*PiP • : liMi i', - \$m 00-BD6 DEMAND 12600 INCOME as marrtaob reqjisite According to recent surveys made by different universities, many interesting facts about college life and the phlios- ophy of college stdents have been re- vealed. Statements made in a university of Wisconsin student magazine as a re- sult of a most comprehensive question- naire shows the following conditions to exist there: 'Seventy-five per cent of the under- classmen and 45 per cent of the upper- classmen have no idea what they will do after graduation. .Ninety per cent of the underclass- women and 80 per cent of the upper- classwomen have no idea of their fu- ture occupations. Half of the women will marry a man on a salary of $2500 was another inter- esting fact revealed by the answers. One senior woman was extravagant enough to demand a $20,000-a-year hus- band. Freshmen women are eager and will- ing to be married at the age of 22, the questionnaire showed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 28 February 1922

. ■, ' ' ■ ... - ■ ■ ■ . ■ « . H, - - , -i ' j' O :' - .•• n. ■ ■ - " 1m t>i ■■ /• *A*?PsREF wm&m&t+Wm ;?■■i-r- ..v'# Lyceum '•i1 TONIGHT DR. E. T. DEVINE ##############< Debate FRIDAY NIGHT PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLfSHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAS S.U. VS. T. C. U. VOLUME XV. NUMBER 19 GEOBGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEB. 28, 1922. ANNIE EDWARD BARCUS APPEARS IN RECITAL EXCELLENT PRESENTATION OF CTTT.T... S.aXAG NVA AUN3H HOUSE OF RIMMON" Miss Annie Edward Barcus appeared in her senior expression recital on Mon- day evening, February 27th. The stage was attractively decorated in banks of pot plants and cut flowers. Miss Barcus held the interest and en- thusiasm of her audience throughout the play. Her splendid character de- lineation showed much dramatic skill and artistic ability. The ease with which she conducted herself cn the stage added much to the attractiveness of the program. In the impersonatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 28 February 1922

I I i; [ -j. 'Mi >>' it V/„' 7$# 0hp iHpgauhnup Catablialjrii 1907 Jftftrrnilj ^par Entered as a£*nnd-class mail mattef, Septemoer 7, 1012, at thti - ostoffice at Georgetov Texas, under Act of Congress of Mpreh 3, 1911 JOE A. DURRENBERGER .Editor-in-Chief ANNIE EDWARD BARCUS General Assistant Editor W. L. AYRES i Assistant Editor JOHN B. ENTRIKIN . Assistant Editor G. B. WINSTEAD Assistant Editor JOHN W. DUNN '..AssistantEditor JTJANITA PORTER Assistant Editor MARY MATHILDE AKIN Assistant Editor D'LAURAL BEVILLE Assistant Editor MARY ELIZABETH BECK ,. Assistant Editor EARL J. PATTON .Business Manager MATTIE LOU GROCE..' Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS j Assistant Business Manager AL PAXTON .. .Assistant Business Manager GERARD BOONE *. Assistant Business Manager ELIZABETH BECK * ISSUE EDITOR EDMUND P. WILLLIAMS, JR CONTRIBUTING EDITOR JOURNALISM At present there is offered one-lialf major of Journalism per year. For a thoroughly modern anil liberal curricu- lum, it. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 28 February 1922

« * • IBpwpPP^^® • ^SnaPPJflfp. «' ' .', - S=== — Your Attention <. *. to the fad: that we carry in 9tock the best line of HAIR TONICS, SOAPS, HAIR OILS, etc. We are equipped to give you the best service of any shop in town. Call and give' us a trial. Ladies as well as men may obtain the-benefit of our MUD MASSAGE, SHAM- POOS, HAIR BOBBING, etc. Call and see us. Bank Barber Shop. SCHOLARSHIP GUESTS ABE GIVEN BANQUET (Continued from page one) ' r western was requested to give a few re- marks on "Scholarship in the Early Days of Southwestern." i>r. Cody de- scribed the early students and empha- sized the fact that scholarship wak stressed very highly in the olden days. He also added that he hoped the zest and zeal for scholarship would never wane. The quartette rendered "Sere- nade" by Slunicko. Irene Saathoff played a second solo, "The Broken Melody," after the third course. Miss Wilson of T. W. C. then gave a short talk on "Scholarship Among Young Ladies". She expressed / a de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 28 February 1922

|IPil 5# • 9Bh JP*vwjir«< % "' k H: • > *>• • I- %, *$'/'-W-W*r' ;.*' Vf f:*"v, : BWfcSfiRte • ;* ■' .3*1 |Pff !• A': f imrnrff rrtffrrr- .--- - - -- ------- - ■—........... We Like to Make What You Like to Eat Tell Us What It Is ij Our Prices Are Right SANITARY BAKERY Phone 241 1 ggs ALAMOS ADDRESSED BY REV. E. P. WILLIAMS ' , , J!—r. i s&as -NEEDS OF SOUTHWESTERN FOE A OEEATBE SOUTHWESTERN" IS SUBJECT OF ADDRESS THE FIX-IT-SHOP Shoe Repairing and Duplicate Keys WE'LL FIX IT O. K. GROCERY Quality Store Candies, Fruits, Nuts and Fancy Cakes. Electric Appliances Call For What You Want Georgetown Water & Light Plant iv- Griffith Lumber Co. Georgetown, Texas 1, • YOUR PATRONAGE . is appreciated and we endeavor to meet your needs in every way pos- sible. The University Store We have a remedy that will remove dandruff and stop the hair from falling. - i, - f ^ 3 t." Let us prove our assertion. V Y ' * * **> ■'* V Palace Barber Shop. r. jb'' ' f$V; I fe t^wwwiw^M^wiwmw...

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

■Hf? r r-^KTW pSjmj Inter-Society PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAE BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OP SOUTHWESTERN UNIVEB8ITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XV. NUMBER 20 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAB. 7, 1922. f . Senior Recital Monday Evening Iv* 6M r-v DR. EDWARD T. DEVINE LECTURES AT COLLEGE NOTED SOdOLOGIST AND EDITOB SPEAKS ON "PROBLEMS OF THE PACIFIC" Dr. Edward T. Define, editor of the "Surrey" magazine and eminent sociol- ogist of New York City, appeared at Southwestern last Tuesday night under -the aospices of the Lyceum Committee. Dr. Devine had spoken to the Soeioligy elass in the morning and had addressed soeial workers of the community at the Court House in the afterndon. He spoke on the "Probleips of the Pacific" in his •evening lecture at the college auditori- um. Dr. Devine has made a special study of the Eastern nations and their relation to the Americas, in what is commonly spoken of as the "Pacific Problems/' Dr. Devine said that navies built would ...

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

w ®Jjp iJInuqiluntr ErtddiallA 1907 JTiftrrtdl; |nr TEXAS INDEPENDENCE FEATURED BY ALAMOS HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF FALL OF BOONE MADE ' Entered m eoid-tlaH sail matter, Georgetown, Texas, under Art earner 7, 1912, at th«, ^oatoAee at Congrem of Mareh 3, Sail, i JOE A. DUBBENBEBGEB ANNIE EDWARD BABCUB W. L. AYBE8 JOHN B. ENTBIKIN 6. B. WINSTEAD JOHN W. DUNN....... JUANITA POBTEB MABT MATHILDE AKIN D'LAUBAL BEVILLE MABT ELIZABETH BECK EABL J. PATTON MATTIE LOU GBOCE. TEMPLE BOGGESS. AL PAXTON OEBAKD BOONE .Assistant] . Assistant ] Editor-in-Chief .General Assistant Editor .Assistant Editor Editor [Editor .Assistant Editor .Assistant Editor /Irrirtant Wtw .. .Assistant Editor ... Assistant Editor .Business Manager Awiitiit Business Manager .Assistant Business Manager EDMUND P. WILLLIAMS, JB CONTBIBUT1NO EDITOR DEBATE ATTENDANCE From the number of students that heard the debate Friday night between Southwestern and T. C. U., one is led to believe with many educators that in- tellectual con...

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

HplHfa 1H| * < II n WlBtv ,*. ^. ''^ * ;"S. ^v^s, ■ i"" 8BBMESjjK -,-nf '- * ^ tf aiif SK3fcw« JM ^ liiHl "wfe# t^m£. is pocked air- . _ in the patented new ■ container-—the quality is V sealed in. * ^ So Peon's Mpways W: W3 T. DEVIHE |H IBOnnOI Al COLLBGB ! riS* to tUi coestiy. dsn off A* day when the Pa ; Ocean will be the center of tie a*, tions of importance bueone. The Pa~ eific mast .at be .eg* led ss Amet itaa or Jipnese Me", but as the sea of the nations. We mast settle the qaes- tion now as to whether oor fefcign pol- icy wffl be bwKtd on 'economic imperial- las' or on the traditions aad principles of the 'spea door' aad good win for aD the races of oor common Father." U Si H •pent Sunday in Teaa- HflBK S " Hardt spent Saturday "Happy is the boy who has self-control, for he shall inherit the earth." He ex- pressed the idea that self-control heepe a person from loiag wrong and gives will power to do right. Self-control is especially required of the athlete in heeping trai...

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

«= yi PRWPPjni <,v-V ' *^«P!7J#7- rP' vlfflSR THE FIX-IT-SHOP Shoe Repairing and Duplicate Keys WE'LL FIX IT ~ O. K. GROCERY Quality Store v Candies, Fruits, Nuts and Fancy Cakes. Electric Appliances CI For What You Want Georgetown Water & Light Riant m/ Griffith Lumber Co. A Georgetown, Texas Redheaded—Blonde—Brunette ' Whatever the color of your hair, we hare a net to wmiIA if. We are putting in complete tine ofthefunoui WEST HAIR NETS, single or double mush. Call io see them The University Store ' ■% 1 Ws wfll be glad to hare you mske our store your headqusrtere ffiEk when in town Busy Bee Cafe "Nothing but Good Things to Eat*'. GUS KALLAS, Proprietor Phone 289 >89 We guarantee to send year clothes back free from gas odor. We Dry Clean Ladies9 Suits, Sweaters, Dresses, Glares and Men s Clothes. Mood Hall Agent Woman's Buddy Foster Mrs. MILES BRoU !62 Georgetown, Tc m00 m University ' D1*aral Seville in an original arranginnent of '4 A Doll '■ by Henrlk Him, la Uaiversi-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 March 1922

■ K v r . I ; &r~ fM'a EXAMS START March 23rd Published every Tuesday the school TEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XV. NUMBER 21 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAR. 14, 1922. BASKETBALL GIRLS MAKE ROAD TRIP NORTH TEXAS TO WNB VISITED BY SOUTHWESTERN'S CO-ED BASKETEEBS - ' Wednesday at midnight of March the fltt&the girls' basketball team of ^Southwestern University left (George- town for a trip to North Texas towns. The following composed the party, chaperoned by Miss Pearl Neas and Doyle Farrington: Margaret Leigh, " Alice Presnall, Dorothy Gillett, Olga Janeik, Gladys Heath, Katie Lee Ran- kin, Armenta Rhew,' Bob Wilbern, Mar- garet Hobbs, Marjorie Manhins, Elnora Thomson, and Mary Pen Schultz. The girls arrived at Denton abont 10, o'clock the next morning and were tak- en oat to the Denton High School, where they were cordially welcomed and as- signed to different places for the day. The game between Denton Hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 March 1922

hw v- uT v KV * ?■'':a^ X***t 'r ©Iff Cateblialfrik 1907 Jftftrrttilf fwtr Entered as ?ond-elass mail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at the -*nstoffiee at GeorgetoVn, Texas, nnder Act of Congress of March S, 1911 • JOE A. DURRENBEBGER ANNIE EDWARD BARCU8 W. L. AYRE8. JOHN B. ENTRIKIN G. B. WIN8TEAD JOHfT W. DUNN JUANITA PORTER MABY MATHILDE AKIN D'LAURAL BEVILLE MABY ELIZABETH BECK EARL J. PATTON MATTIE LOU GROCE. .-. TEMPLE BOGGESS.. AL PAXTON GEBARD BOONE Editor-in-Chief ,... .General Assistant Editor .Assistant Editor .Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor .Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager . .Assistant Business Manager , .Assistant Business Manager ,. Assistant Business Manager .Assistant Business Manager EDMUND P. WILLIAMS, JR.. .CONTRIBUTING EDITOR TENNIS COURTS Promises to place tennis courts on the Southwestern campus have failed. For four years it has been the same old sto- ry that work is to start right away. Stud...

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