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

1 ■' ■"'£• ''"yv-'y ■■''.^'•^^:v^*''*- ■ ';*&■. --|v v: :-^v. ■•■-& x.:a %$:. rafifU IIP $5r =5= ——— Your Attention to the fact, that we carry in stock 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, Shampoos, Hair Bobbing, etc. Call and see us. mr, .1: Bank Barber Shop, NEW EDUCATION BILL DEBATEDBY ALAMOS CLAYTON AND ROGERS FOB AF- FIRMATIVE; STEINMAN AND DISMUKES, NEGATIVE you pay for your suit means little in itself —what you get for the price is of greater importance. W]hen you buy clothes "Tailored to Measure by Born," you buy clothes serv* ice—long wear, plus good style and fit. -Mf* ^ You will fiiid it in- tere sting to look through the Born line of dependable wool- AMERICAN AUTHORS DISCUSSED BY SAN JACS SPIRITED PROGRAM HELD IN DIS- CUSSING TOPICS OF AMERI- CAN INTEREST weaves, priced below , the usual figure...

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

ft ' • . ;■ • mX&XL- W •*&&*W:>. - ?JP Tar :*;« W&£^ J2R?. wrn; '•: J Ml, §E#Sfc? _ wmmm—+0+0m* mrnm+vmmmmmmmmmm** Tbey Come in Pain mm £W%y?~ --Ms of Oaorgatown Hon to «H business. Shoe Repairing and Duplicate Keys " WE'LL FIX IT ~ I ',< O. K. GROCERY Quality Store Candies, Fruits, Nuts and Fancy Cakes. Electric AppBances • :■'*■' .: ■ Georgetown Water & ^WHWP^HPBPWHPHUHBP" "$&#/3PKI (By Darius Dooley.) Bam and Egg* is an old established firm. They bar* been partner* in busk ness for some time. No one ew thinks of Bam withont bis side-kick, Eggs. Of course, bam and eggs, salt and pep- per, Fort Worth and Dallas, Dr.Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and other couplets have their fame, bat" here in Southwestern people ore linked together to ateh an extent that their pamea are af insepar- able connection. If there is any spot where Cnpid and his hapa have been at work it is George: town. Who, pray tell, has never heard Of Bully aad Billy, Cockeye and -Mil- dred, Phil ...

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

NO PAPER NEXT WEEK *t- -tV '£ JM published every tuesday ibb school year by the students' association of southwestern university ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAH VOLUME XV. NUMBER 22 GEARGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAR. 21, 1922. THOSE jr ORATORIO "RUTH" IS GREAT SUCCESS community chorus in beauti- ful costumes present won- derful attraction MRS. CULBERSON TALKS ON "SERVICE" AT Y. W. oirls hear interestinq inci- dents of mission home in san antonio By far the most spectacular, impres- sive, and dramatic production ever wit- nessed on the University stage was the oratorio, '' Ruth, the Moabitess," which was ..presented Thursday night. The chorus was composed of people of the eommunity from the choirs of all the churches, and of University students. The soloists were chosen from local tal- ent so carefully that the singer repre- sented even minutely the character giv- en him. . The Betting of each scene was simple, yet deeply impressive. In the first scene the sombre dress and the sombre t...

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

01jp JBrgapfymtr 1807 smttutif |nor ■ *-vy" E& > , - bterad as « Mid-clMi mail matter, Septemoer T# 1911 at tt j^Ntofln at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Coapw of March 3, 191L JOE A. Duilhkw HKKtfJbB* ANNIE EDWARD BABCU8 Ge eral W. L. AYBES JOHN B. ENTRIKIN O. B. WINSTEAD.... JOHN ^ DUNN JUANITA POBTEB • MABY MATHILDE AKIN. Assist^t D'LAUBAL BEVLLLE • -Aarirtant Editor MABY ELIZABETH BECK ... .-A**tataat Editor J5ABL J. PATTON ...... .Bu«ia*as Manager MATTIE LOU GBOCE. Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGE88 Assistant Business Manager AL FAXTON Assistant Business Manager OEBABD BOONE . Assistant Business Manager EDMUND P. WILLIAMS, JB CONTBIBUTING EDITOB TRACK WOBK The Athletic Committee, and Prof. Godbey and Coach Gardner especially, are due mueh credit for the excellent track that is being placed on the athlet- ic field. The old track has been re- worked and expanded until it now a fnll quArter-mile track. -The straight way before the grandstand has been widened and ext...

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

8 is tight in tbe container—the quality is So Peon's i$ always fresh. ■PPHMHRI .w., "Say it with iFlowers." Phone 177, Shell, Tbe Florist. Wf CBDRCH ATTENDANCE BOATED BY SAN JACS READING BT Era* Leinweber started tbe program with a piano solo, "Tarantella," by Heller. Mb Eva Sweet is not a member, but she contented to read before tbe soeiety. With a few remarks concerning the pointing, die read "The Man With a Hoe." "India, Seething With Unrest," was discussed by Boner Clark. He said: Tbe conditions existing in India are real and not merely propaganda. Eng- land has dealt with India ia^tbe same way that she has with Ireland. The last measure of sdf?jpvernment has been taken away from them, a thing that has contributed so much to their unrest." He stated that there were two "India is prodqc who are rery intelli- u Chas. Pepper and Paul Baker, the lat- ter being the coach, came over from Bcdfoh with the High School team Tues- Cold Drinks and Tobaccos at Brady's. Lester Lueebauer spent...

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

mm if THE HX-IT-SHOP Shoe Repairing and Duplicate Keys WE'LL FIX IT O. K. GROCERY Quality Store Candies, Fruits, Nuts and Fancy Cakes. Electric Appliances Gall For What You Want Georgetown Water & Light Plant Griffith Lumber Co. Georgetown, Texas A SQUARE MEALkwo«kt<dly!>4>blioii>e In invigorates die body, strengthens ibefrand and broadem the vmoo. After your class if yon want a Square Meal or Light Lunch you can always depend on getting it at Busy ' Bee Cafe School Students Trade Solicited. GUS KALLAS, Prop. Send k To The Dry Cleaner We guarantee to send your clothes back free from gas odor. We Dry Clean Ladies' Suits, Sweaters, Dresses, Gloves and Men's Clothes. ^3 Mood Hall Agent Woman'. Buddy Footer MILES BROS. Georgetown, Texas 1 FISH DEFEAT SOPHS Df BOUGH AND TUMBLE Camp ud KIM starred aa gi the FmiMB, whfls Roberts of the tea points at fenmd. threw the only ftdl goals of FoUawiag is the i of the hum: >MMM| Mite Velma Holmes of Clovis, N. M% and Arthur Hende...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 April 1922

ONUS#*— Headrix O |1 M, n-(j, M. uOWmCSBnl FIFTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XV. NUMBER 23 aEAEOETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APE. 4, 1922. y H: ■. ATTEND THE BASEBALL GAMES m NEW T. V. CABINET 0FFKZBS INSTALLED MEMBERS OF OLD CABINET GIVE PROGRAM AT vesper wryite .'.<e One of 'the _ services of the year was the Sonde;y evening at which the of the new Y. W. C. A. cabinet were in- stalled. The procession of old cabinet officers, singing one of the Natiopd W. c. A- songs, "Follow the Glen," filed into the vesper service nNna,* tak- ing their places in a line in the front of the room. They were followed by the new cabinet members, who took their seats in a Bu directly opening prayer was offered by Edward Barenn Amelia Beffe- mng a lovely solo, "Teach Me to Pny." Then Mary Laey. Marborry gave a very real talk on "HswtoMake Jena Christ BeaL" "To make Christ a reality in oar fives we must begin by knowing His pereoaaiiiy, His character, His life, and His powers," she said. The waya to make Christ real at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 April 1922

l.-t-— $W\ & m :w- pu£m£ 'iftat m. CataUiafe* IS07 Ittmdr |rar Batorsd as ?sad-rlsss stall matter, Se Georgetown, Texas, under Act oi ptemoer 7, 1018, at the ^oatoffico at ' Osagrsss of March S 101L JOB A. DUBBENBEBGEB . ANNIE EDWARD BARCUS I^ ^LY^RISS JOHN B. ENTRIKIN G. B. W1NSTEAD JOHN W. DUNN.. JU ANITA PORTER MABT MATHILDE AKIN........ D'LAURAL BEVILLE MART ELIZABETH JRECK EABL J. PATTON. • ••••*• e. • Editor-in-Chief .. . .General Assistsnt Editor Assistant Editor Assist ant Editor .«*«* ••••••• 9 ••• iftSBiStSUt Editor *•••••« MATTIE LOU GROCE. TEMPLE BOGGES8. 7.. AT# PAXTOH GEBABD BOONE................ Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Business Manager ,.., .Assistant Business Manager ... .Assistant Business Manager .... Assistant Business Manager Assistant Business Manager EDMUND P. WILLIAMS, JR. 1* 'I . ' M . .CONTRIBUTING EDITOR BABBBAT.I. Baseball season has opeaed. The vic- tory that came Saturday was nothing nore than could be expeeted, judging fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 April 1922

mm v'jpg Hall •;_ *1 % W^Wmmm &2^R m a <i '55, 96; Ed. 57, 96; Ed. 4, #8. | Davidson, Oilman—Phya. SI, 98; Pttb. Bp. 77, 90; Pub. Bp. 62, 95. Davison, Doris—Home Eeo. 88, 90} Home Beo. 30, 93. Douthitt, Ambrose—Eng. 4, 90; Bpan. 51, 90; Span. 3, 95. ^ Distklia, J. P.—Pttb. Bp. 77, 90. Dunn, John—Bag. 9, 91; Lot. «3, 90. f Donn, Boby-Eog. 4, 90; Math. 7, 90; Hist. 16, 92; Greek 57, 90; Bible 2, 91. Duneaberger, Joe A.—Pbys> 51, 95; Soe. 57, 98; Ed.. 51, 90; Ed. 62, 94. Ellis, Margaret—Eng. 9, 91; Lat. 63, 96; Home Eeo. 96; Ed. 1, 91. Enochs, LaDelle—Ed. 1, 92. Entriken, John B.—Chem. 63,97; PhD. 63', 93; Eeo. 55. 99* Bible 53, 95. Poster, W. J.—Oool. 1, 91. Fowler, Hattie—Span. 6, 93. - Foxhall, Emma—Eng. 9, 90; Geo. 1, 96; Ed. l; 90. • r Frede, Francis—Span. 3, 95; Home Eeo. 24, 91. . _ /' ■ Frieze, Herbert—German 51,-90. ' Giddings, J. &—Cham." 63, 98. Gilleland, Vada—Eng. 59, 90; Bpan. 51, 91; Bpan. 63, 92. Gillett, Dorothy—Ed. 62, 90. . Grant,'Mary—Eng. 7, 93. Gray,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 April 1922

Jig K 2 ♦ ' ■ Sr "fe - Nfe ■It" ill - '' ■ it' •MA S as THE FIX-IT-SHOP :*s" and Duplicate Keys WE'LL FIX IT O. K. GROCERY Quality Store Candies, Fruits, Nuts and Fancy Cakes. Electric Appliances Gall For What You Want Georgetown Water & Light Plant • - * *. • «•/' mrnemmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnmmmmitemmmmmmliK**mm Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm'rnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt K- Georgetown, Texas __ MHMVNIMMMMI lOfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtm A SQUARE MEAL is In invigorates die body; vision. After yoUr class if yon wank a Lunch you can always depend oo broadens the Meal or Lqgjit School Students Trade Solicited. GUS,KALLAS, Prop. Phone 289 ■ 'Ml J fear.-* You Can Never Tell Says Darius Dooley Fifteen to Fifty DU- ■ Ala*. (By Darius Dooley) Belaxing after finals, the write* was down in gantone last week, and was amazed to see so many young girls turned out. The old home of the ATamo looked like parade day for the yonng ladies. Myriad misses of short-skirted, rouged-cheeked femmes passed down the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 April 1922

W senior piano recital monday night — PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YSAB EY TBS STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVER8ITY gleejciub"APMrs1 ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAK VOLUME XV. NUMBER 24 GEORGETOWN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, APR. 11, 1922. derate howard payne southwestern friday night Mb \ REPEATED ENCORES PROlfrOUNOB SUCCESS OF SINGERS BEFORE LARGE AUDIENCE The Southwestern Glee Club "came into its <prn" and-was enthusiastically received Monday evening. The mili- tary entrance and dignified bearing of the twenty songsters won instant favor and approval. The catchy rhytluq and contagious sentiment of the first num- ber, "Swing Along," was a splendid in- troduction to the spirit of the program, and demanded the popular encore, "All Kinds of Women." Ambrose Douthitt's cornet solo was as well rendered as it was unusual. That it was unusually good was proved by the instant demand of the audience for an encore,. which "Frosh" Douthitt gave as "When You and I Were Young, Maggie....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 April 1922

L 1 1 "" I '« " " ~ " t iUrgaphnne grtnhHnt|ri> 1907 JTtftrrnttf frar Entered as «?ond-class mall matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at tht. r*tstoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act or 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 MABY MATHILDE AKIN .. Assistant Editor D'LAUBAL BEYILLE . Assistant Editor MABY ELIZABETH BECK Assistant Editor EABL J. PATTON Business Manager MATTIE LOU GBOCE Assistant Business Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS. Assistant Business Manager AL PAX TON Assistant Business Manager GEBABD BOONE Assistant Business Manager EDMUND P. WILLIAMS, JB CONTBIBUTING EDITOB CLASS BOOM ETIQUETTE - Now that spring is coming on, it seems as if laziness or sleeping sickness is about to get the best of some of our ^"would-be students! It seems a pity that some people c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 April 1922

DISTINCTION LIST (Continued from last week) Merrem, Mabel—English 59, 90; Eco. 57, 92; Home Eco. 24, 92. Mitchell, G. H.—Span. 51, 90. Mood, Sub—Eng. 77, 90; Biol. 3, 96; Ed. 62, 94. Moore, Chas. M.—Hist. 16, 90. Moore, Hermie Elizabeth—Hist. 4, 91; Span. 3, 91; Ed. 4, 91; Ed. 1, 92. Moore, Walter—Eng. 4, 90; Math. 7, > Morgan, Lois—Eng. 59, 90; Ed. 57, 90. Morse, E. F.—Span. 63, 90. Mollen, Ora Mae—Eng. 4, 90; Span. 3, 94; Ed. 1, 90. Nelson, Laura—Span. 63, 90. Newbold, B. W.—Zool. 1, 90. Noble, Catherine—French 1, 90; Geol. 1, 90. Nunn, Nina—Eng. 4. 01; Span. 3, 97; Biol. 3. 97; Pub. Sp. 2, 90. O'Dell, Mrs. Stewart—Span. 3, 98. Ogden, Nina—Span. 63, 93; Pub. Sp. 77, 90. Owen, J. E.—Eng. 4, 90; Math. 7, 98. Palmer, J. G.—Eng. 9, 90; Span. 51, 93; Phys. 53, 92; Pub. Sp. 2, 90. Parr, G. B.—Span. 63,90. Patten, Anna—Home Eco. 24, 90. Patten, Beth—Span. 63, 90. Patton, E. J.—Span. 51, ,93. Pearson, J. B.—Math. 7, 90; Biol. 53, 95. Phillips, E. F.—Eng. 59, 92; French 51,92. Pitts, Bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 April 1922

■ mkFJ SB ■ THE FIX-TT'SHOP Shoe Repairing and Duplicate Keys WE'LL FIX IT - ■. ■■ i „., -. . . j ,. .... ' TH iff lifciWi t ■ | pv UMiS O. K. GROCERY Quality Store Candies, Fruits, Nuts and Fancy Cakes. Electric Appliances CaiTFoFWhat You Want By Darius Dooley Are women mereeniuyf Of course net, bat just the same one is persuaded to ^believe few of the fair sex do not incur hysteria la trying to escape the lure of jits. Tour old uncle is no lion with the la- dies, but nevertheless, he does notTiave so very mueh difficulty in picking e pluribus unum girls for a date when a movie is scheduled for Saturday night. But now for Sunday night, that is a Ford of a different hue. All the dam- sels seem to "have a date for ehureh." Mournfully your old uncle goes up to church Sunday night with deep curi- osity to knew w£th whom these sis or eight girls he called op had dates. Aft- er several minutes of song and sermon, however, curiosity increases with the continued absence of the rouge-users,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 April 1922

BRING THE T.I A. A. TRACK MEET HERE SHje iMrivipliour PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWEST my UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAS VOLUME XV. NUMBER 25 GEORGETOWN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, APR. 18, 1922 TRACK MEET S.M.O. vs. S. II. FRIDAY T.L P. A. CONVENTION MEETS WITH BAYLOR NINE COLLEGES MEET TO DISCUSS PRESS PROBLEMS—ROYAL EN- TERTAINMENT PROVIDED " Representatives £om nine colleges and universities met at Baylor Universi- ty Thursday and Friday, April 18 and 14, for the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association convention^ The schools having representatives at the conven- tion were SimmooVkCollege, Texas Wom- an's College, Baylor College, Southwes- tern University, College of Industrial Arts, Abilene Christian College, Merid- ian College, Clarendon College, and Bay- lor University. Southern Methodist University and Wesley College were admitted into the Association. The convention opened at 10:30 Thurs- day morning for a roll call and shor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 April 1922

' v>? •'.£! Styr Eatablinlfrd 1907 9ifimtl| Qnr Eatered as ti od-daa mail matter, Georgetown, Texas, under Art —— 7, 1912, at tlie -"mtolBee at Congress of March 3, 1911 JOB A. DUBBENBEBGEB ANNIE EDWABD B ABC US W. L. AYBJE8 JOHN B. ENTB1KIX 6. B. WINSTEAD JOHN W. DUNN. / JUANITA PORTER MARY MAT1IILDE AKIN DliAUBAL BEVILLE MARY ELIZABETH BECK EARL J. PATTON MATTIE LOU GROCE. TfeMPLE BOGGESS. <AL PAXTON GEBABD BOONE Editor-in-Chief General Assistant Editor .Assistant Editor Assistant Editor ...w Assistant Editor Assistant Editor .Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor AssistantEditor Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Assistant Bmdneas Manager ANNIE EDWABD BARCUS .....ISStffe EDITOR VOTE FOB THE In tbe election eailed for Friday three important propositions will be presented to the student body for approval or re- jection. The Megaphone urges the adoption of eaeh of these measures be- cause of the increa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 April 1922

m Si S in a new package that fits the pocket— At a price that fits thepocket-book— igp ft-" . QUESTION OF PARTIGIATION OF OHiargp states nr confer- enoe is ixerated - t.'m ~> : U « U W-U , gued that titer® would have standardization of coin and that would necessitate that the United States low her standard. He said, "The United States has already, loaned money until she ean&ot pay her own debts, and by entering the conference all hopes of paying would be lost." ^The second supporter,of the affirm- ative continued the argument by saying that every bank pays dividends and ■Sk- irt San Jacinto V program was opened by Irene Saathoff's violin solo, "Andante" X. * <«T , A «m. . ,, [now is the chance for the United States n' *k° to 8* int. tld. ta k and g« United Btates should be represented at m - - the Genoa Conference," was decided in favor of t^e affirmative^ represented by Glenn Bartlett and Marshall Biggins. The negative Was upheld by Mvid -•••' * * B-'.f'*: * • c- . 't • *...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 April 1922

sss- W--'va. I II' , THE FIX-IT-SHOP Shoe Repairing and Duplicate Keys WE'LL FIX IT ~ MB ■ * }§& BJ-fc:! 5«V'-" - w X 'nv. O. K. GROCERY Quality Store Candies, Fruits, Nuts and Fancy Cakes. # *### #*##### ###<## Electric Appliances Call For What You Want ' U * N Georgetown Water & Light Plant y Grifl&th Lumber Co. Georgetown, Texas tfi K> A SQUARE MEAL is wonderfully helpful to the inner man. In invigorates die body, strengthens the mind and broadens the vision. After your class if yon want a Square Meal or Light ' •"' ■ ■ H. & CHORAL CLUB HARA BAN GIVEN UNDER BEOTION OF MISS HELEN .GILLETT DI- Lunch you can always depend on getting it at Busy School Students Trade Solicited. Phone 289 GUS KALLAS, Prop. Phone 289 We guarantee to send your clothes back free from gas odor. We Dry Clean Ladies' Suits, Sweaters, Dresses, doves and Men's Clothes. y**r5f" Mood Hall Agent Buddy Foster Woman's Building Agent Mrs. McCaufiey MILES BROS. I^hone 262 Georgetown, Texas Phone...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 April 1922

W fWm 4 i (1 ifl I mm ONE-ACT PLAYS THURSDAY' NIGHT She Utenauhnne PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION Of SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XV. NUMBER 26 GEORGETOWN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, APB. 25, 1922. TRACK MEET S.U. 62 S.M.U. 47 m PIRATES WIN ANOTHER FROM NORMAL BOBCATS PIRATES NET 5 TO LOOSELY WEDN Playing a loose game of baseball for four innings and theii tightening up and coming from behind in the sixth, the Pirates annexed another victory over the NoraaHtes.at San Marcos-Wednes- day. The Normal boys took the lead from the jtunp off and fought every inning but the sixth. Two hits and three er- HEALTH SUBJECT OF Y. W. C ^DEVOTIONAL RECREATIONAL OH AIRMAN CON DUCTS PROGRAM-^PHASES OP HEALTH DISCUSSED MASK AND WIG CLUB TO PRESENT ONE ACT PLAYS rors gave the Normal three runs in the first inning. They scored another in the eighth on two hits and a sacrifice. The Pirates were able to garner but one hit off the delivery of Kal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 April 1922

'lr 9|8 um •■ ■-, y t"TK^~ • ..." "t "".■ ~ •••X'* •. r-'«S'%, '.i'r JV*?;fiW jf y im Tiriiiti w- •* ™ .n v..f •"«'.,..'■ . -rTSfc . Jftfttttttit ^par Eatafaiudtri unr Entered as sond-class mail matter, Georgetown, Texas, under Act o 7, 1912, at tht, -ostoffice at Congress of March 3, 1911. JOE A. DUBBENBEBGEB... ANNIE EDWARD BARCUS.. Editor-in-Chief ■r General Assistant Editor W. L. ATBE8 f. llftSt Editor v.:::::::::::::::::::::::i353a£ J^i^::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::;::::::::::^^ MARY MATHILDE AKIN. aSSS FrfiS D'LAURAL BEVILLE .„. . *28£2t EdiJw MABT ELIZABETH BECK , .". "irE—:::.:::::::: :£££ S£S SSfS GEBABD BOONE • - Assistant Business Manager EDM UN© P. WILLIAMS, JK OONTKIBUTINO EDITOR more Puritanical citizens would us bplieve is the right way! It seams *tii t the time has come when we must f|ice some of these problems from a broader viewpoint. Playing tennis can mtJe just as religious as anything else, if the individual does it with a clear conscience and for the pur- pose ...

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