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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 April 1922

m f•> <S&'itii ■ ■, .. . ..;S* •';&•%>' PMBSek 1 - H* i-^v i . 1 VIRGINIA 1JURLBY mii- V-"J"$ In a new package that fits the pocket— Af a price that fits the pocket-book-** The same unmatched blend of ★111 r gj^HKr™ f Says Darius Dooley ipse of Dooley That S. U. Fine Place m Convinces (By. Darius Dooley) . Sou'westerners do not Jiave enough of the old school pride, it seams to your old uncle after speculation on the mat- ter for some time. It is true that the imposing structures on the local campus can be numbered on the fingers of one hand, but, after all, a Bcbool is not made up of buildings. When you are away from Pirateland, do yott dwell on the advantages of Southwestern, or do yon Bay, ''I sorely would like to go to m State"! Tour otd unele was over in the sub- urbs of Georgetown, Austin, to be pre- cise, this week and saw a typical day of a Btudent's life iu that mirage of cul- ,mo sphere designated the Uni- versity of Texas. When one sees the great mob of st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 April 1922

if «f> THE FIX-IT-SHOP I ■ ' , Shoe Repairing and Duplicate Keys -V WE'LL FIX IT wmmm O. K. GROCERY Quality Store Candies, Fruits, Nuts and Fancy Cakes. ma F# mlf- |2v m* Bp i i i IK®* Electric Appliances ===== Georgetown Water & Light Plant Georgetown, Texas 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 Lunch you can always depend on getting it at I KALLAS, Prop. Phone 289 School Students Trade Solicited. wmt-MMi <«««>« mfm Phone 289 i We guarantee to send your clothes back free from gas odor. We Dry Clean Ladies9 Suits, Sweaters, Dresses, Gloves and Men's Clothes. Mood Hall Agent Woman's Building Agent Buddy Foster Mrs. MeCanDey MILES BROS. Phone 262 Don't forget, Mother's Dty, May 14th. Place your orders early for flowers. Phone 177. SHELL FLORAL CO Little flower, what is this That your brothers live in bliaa, Have they all deserted yoaf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 May 1922

iPIR V ) ■ \ FRESHMAN EDITION Gars PRESS CLUB MEETING FRIDAY 4 P.M. P##M PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAE BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION * OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1«B7 • FIFTEENTH YEAE VOLUME XV. NUMBER 27 GEORGETOWN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1922. FRESHMAN! PICNIC MAY 15th ■Jjm MASK AND WIG CLOB STAGES FOUR PLAYS ; "IN OUR SCHOOL" BBNDITION EXCELS TIIAT OF PRO FES8IONAL TALENT ACCORD- ING TO SPECTATOES m $>- | $ -Tour one-act plays, each popular enough to be appreciated, -were given enough to be understood and aesthetic by the Mask and Wig CStiD Thursday night. Tue plays were under the staging and direction of YV. D wight \Ventz> head of the Department of Public Speaking, and Che excellent rendition, acclaimed by the spectators to be superior to pro- fessional talent, was probably due to the efforts of Mr. Wentz. "The Lost Silk Hat," in which Sel- man Purccll as The Caller, and W. L. Ayres as The Poet starred, is a light drama written by Lord Dunsany. Var- i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 May 1922

m' my \ (Elt? MtQUpl PIRATES DROP LOOSE GAME TO LONGHORNS EBtabluUjrii 1907 3FiftPPtitlf $ ror Entered as oCJond-class mail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at th#-">etoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911, JOE A. DURRENBERGEB Editor-in-Chief EARL J. PATTON Business Manager W. L. AYRES Assistant Editor FRESHMAN STAFF GLENN BARTLKTT Editor-in-Chief CAMILLA T1N8LEY Assistant Editor WALTER MOORE Assistant Editor DORIS DAVIDSON Assistant Editor RUBY DUNN Assistant Editor ERSK1NE WILLIAMS Assistant Editor HAZEL ATLEE Assistant Editor WOODSON HKBERT A^sSant Editor edw1rdlh£mmblen./.v.:*** < «*** H^AE! PDC°K"CTL .::::::::::;::.;.::::::::::: raSSE SZgS ALLIE THOMAS Assistant Business Manager HFNRV PRICK Assistant Business Manager THOMAS MeDONALD V...'.'.: Assistant Business Manager ALL AROUND FRESHMEN Would we like to be the kind of Freshmen wc ought to be? Then, we must realize that we are Freshmen. The first thing we must learn is how little we know, and the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 May 1922

' - :I®L twz .'4^3, ABBS = 'A- ^SH MAJOR SPORTS FBESHMAN TEAMS HAVE MET AND OONQUEBED ALL OPPONENTS— MANY LETTER MEN >S4 3pp3| v.- • • WRf. =sss=5= A FRESHMAN'S IDEA OF HIS IMPORTANCE IN COLLEGE ■ '' The Freshmen have never seen real college spirit and we ought to show them what it can really mean to college lK" were the appropriate words of jhvJb of the sages of this institution. The Freshmen hardly believe that this pass- ing remark could mean that the upper- classmen have to show them what school spirit and morale are. Nor would they infer that he meant that the Freshmen ' have not contributed to the success of the school in her various activities, such as literary societies, literary productions and achievements, and athletics from which this esprit" de corps arises and around which it centers. Consider the part that the Frosh have played in athletics and see if they are in any way lacking in that branch of school life. The first thing that enters our mind is the part they-pl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 May 1922

P^PHPIISP^ HISTORY Hi i m- BP !?'• ■ [ >r > In the fall of '21 probably tbe largest group of " first year students" ever as- sembled at Southwestern made them- selves known on the campus and began making for themselves history, whieh, if ever published, would be a " best sell- er"! After the organizing of the gang and the electing of officers, all were ready to start on the long road to fame. At the end of the fall and winter terms, much had been realized by this notorious bunch. As ladies' men and vamps, the other campus rats were not classed. The upperclassmen gave us a start in the social whirl by cordially in- viting us to the Woman's Building where much fun was enjoyed, we being the life of the party! Our freshman party at the gym was fairly well at- tended, and our president was with us. Some of the "real college sports" showed their sportsmanship by trying to interrupt our fun, but they were bad- ly fooled! Several minor instances oc- curred, but the upperclassmen alway...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 May 1922

■1 ' L«&%; H rap"CTHUttffl| ■838 "f-"'V- | ' '. iS I *- ii yb&.&'iJi&k:i^ jWWtfltC! / EXTEMPO PROGRAM GIVEN BY SAN JACS SUBJECTS OP VARYING INTEREST DISCUSSED—PICNIC TO BE GIVEN MAY 22 The San Jac program was largely composed of extemporaneous speeches. Upon being told to approach the pres- ident's chair the various members were handed slips of paper on which was written subjects. The person was then expected to expound ou me subject. v Glenn Bartlett's experiences as news- paper editor wpre not very encouraging. He said: "Although I-am editor in name of the Freshman edition of The Megaphone, Joe, Durrenberger is run- ning it as usual. It seemed a soft job at first, but editing a paper and keeping up with studies do not go hand-in- hand." >•; On the slip of paper given to Glenn Wilburn was written the word, "Bead- ing.'' He referred the audience to Ba- con 's essay on the subject, saying, '' We must not only taste of the subject-mat- ter but must also ehew and dig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 May 1922

W* " ■ . J8« ■ if. Ill ———i. in LOCAL* SPLIT PAIS WITH AUSTIN COLLEGE ; (Continued from page one) safe on Hut«liin.iou's error, scaring Lit- tlejohn.- Chapman singled through sec- ond, scoring More hart and Lane. Hurst poled a Jong fly to Foster. Pearson threw out Chapman at second, Herrera taking the ball. Hutchinson caught Fen-ell's foul off first base. Beginning, with the seventh inning the Pirate rooters went on their feet and yelled for a rally as the nine went to bat. JSTo effect was seen in the sev- enth. The strain began to show in the eightTi. Littlejohn was weakening. PIJRATES BALLY IN NINTH In the final round, with no outs, Dil- lard smashed one to left; Littlejohn be- came wild and passed Pearson. Then Winstead almost repeated his act of the first game by doubling to deep centeT, scoring Dillard and Pearson. The Pi- rate stands went winl. Winstead stole third. Then Winstead misjudged a ball that the catcher dropped and pulled the mammoth bone by getting tagged out at thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 23 May 1922

ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XV. NUMBER 29 GEORGETOWN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 23,'1922 JOURNALISM EDITION NEXT WEEK if " '" '' ''""" ,l"* *#* #*#* *«*« ### # ## STUNT NIGHT MAY 26 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THB SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY EMMA FOXHALL APPEARS IN SENIOR RECITAL PI KAPPA DELTA INSTALLS NEW MEMBERS AN EVENING OF ONE-ACT FLAYS SHOWS TALENT AND SKILL Emma Foxhall, a senior in the Expres- sion Department, gave a recital Tues- day, May 16th, in the University audi- torium. V" ' The program opened with an imper- sonation of "The Brink of Silence," a dramatic episode by Esther E.Galbraith. From the* opening line the atmosphere of the play was one of suspense, which was skillfully held throughout the story laid in the far Antarctic. The charac- ters were interpreted well and clearly distinguished from each other. The power and the agony of silence were so real that the characters became living personalities, pulsing''with the life a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 23 May 1922

m-; I war =5s .Ml 1 =■ wpwfjg .. j.-? ,-. <£STw? SfflSflS €rtabltalpi> lflOr ha b*?ond-elass mail matter, SeptemDer 7, 1918, at tho r«stoffice Georgetown, Texas, under Aet of Congress of March S, 1911 JOE A. DUBBENBEBGEB.. ANNIE EDWARD BABCU8. W. L. AYBES JOHN B- ENTBIKIN........ 0. B. WJN8TEAD JOHN W. DUNN JUANITA POBTEB MABY MATHILDE AKIN.. Editor-in-Chief General Assistant Editor ............... Assistant Editor D'LAUBAL BEVILLE MABY ELIZ ELIZABETH BECK. EABL J. PATTON. MATTIE LOU GBOCE TEMPLE BOGGE8S... AL PAXTON GEBABD BOONE • Assistant Editor .Assistant Editor ........ -0 ••. ^^ssistant JKditor .Assistant Editor .Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Aaaiatant Business Manager .Aaaiatant Business Manager Assistant Business Manager EDMUND P. WILLIAMS, JB. .CONTRIBUTING EDITOR JOURNALISM Journalism in Southwestern has prov- en a popular field, if one is to judge by the number in the class of Journaliam and their interest. The course this year has been along the lines...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 23 May 1922

iPpH| ■ B ' W& mmm hfsSSS . 'X& rXx. BY VASTY OP THBTA HP- en.nir o&AFT^K "in her very attractive home, artisti- cally decorated in sprjuog roses, Mi*. MeDaniel entertained the Deltas Sad their pledgee Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock. When all had gathered in the parlors, bine delta-sbaped tally cards were given to each girl. One coople at each table had cards bearing S silver T and the table number; the Other couple had cards bearing a silver D and the table number. There were six tables of the Delta game ready for enthusiastic players. The eight letters, T-r-i D-e-l-t-a, were the basis of the fan and the Work of the fascinating game. The progressing couples were given tiny gold d«ltas to stiek oh their tally eards as Judication of games won. Alter an' enthusiastic hour spent in play, time was called for refreshments. The first course was an attractive plate containing a delta-shaped chicken cro- quette, lettuce and pepper sandwiches, potato chips, ice tea, perfect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 23 May 1922

CROCKETT'S GARDEN SEES SAN JAC PICNIC ANHXJAI* PICNIC CELEBRATED AT PEACE OF NATURAL BEAUTY -nm ATTEND Hurrah for the San Jues! Bright and early Monday morning two trucks drove up to the Aunex and were immediately filled with the "peppiest" bunch of San JacH that ever assembled. They were SOOnHtO route to Crockett's Garden to enjoys their annual picnic. The weather prophet seemed at first undecided whether to give them a pretty day or a rainy one. He finally decided on the former, as there was nothing in the weather line to mar the pleasure in store for this merry crowd. , The trucks stopped within three-quar- ters of a mile of the garden; the crowd walking the rest of the way, marveling at the beauty of the place. But the prettiest sight of all was the waterfall. Here the water falls about twenty-five feet, not all at once, but from rock to rock through banks of ferns and mqss. The irregularities of the landscape pro- vided many Becluded nooks for those who wished to get "away from...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 May 1922

;■■ • ', •-..' '-WV • •> '■'<.. i.: .-4i- - ,H> Vv \1 MASK AND WIG PUBLISHBD BVEBY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAE BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 FIFTEENTH YEAE VOLUME XV. NUMBER 30 GEORGETOWN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1922 JUNE 1st T ATHLETIC COUNCIL GIVES "S" LETTERS KIDD OF B3NOSVILLE ELECTED CAPTAIN FOB 1923 CINDER ARTISTS u m M m * -it At a recent meeting of the Athletic Council, the following men were award- ed the letter "S" for faithful service to Southweatern on the cinder path: Morse, captain; Kidd, Mateer, W. J. Foster, Ayres, Prude, McDaniel, Ses- sions and Rees. Entrikin was awarded the managerial letter. Rodney Kidd, crack 220 and 440 man, was elected to captain the Pirate track team for 1983. Kidd hails from Kings- ville High School and has the makings for a track man. BASKBATJ. LETTERS AWARDED Upon recommendation of Coach W. J. Gardner,the Athletic Council has award- ed the baseball letters to the following members of the 192...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 May 1922

Sty? Hwjajjljott? Eatahltafcrh 1907 (Hi jrtftmdii flrar UL Eatered as ai?oid-eli mail matter, at Georgetown, Texas, nnder SeptemDer 7. 1912, Art of Congress of March the -vtatoffiee 3, 1911 STAFF FOB THIS ISSUE: JOHN W. DUNN.. . Editor-in-Chief EDMUND P. WILLIAMS, JB Assistant Editor GERARD BOONE .. Business Manager Members of the Class in Journalism: W. L/Ayres, Edmund P. Williams, Jr., Cullen W. Briggs, G. B. Winatead, John W. Duna, Homer A. Clark, J. B. Smith, E. C.- Bengston, Walter Moore, Darid Roberta, Gerard Boone, Lois Black, Grace Anna Kerr, Marie Seefold, Bath Jen- kins, Willie Mae Schmidt, Lois Morgan, Ina Sessions, Mrs, Gray, Vada Gilleland, Alice Presnall, Boberta McElroy, Lylie Hamner, Glenn Bartlett, Bnby Dunn. a U. PRESS CLUB Organized in 1912, the Southwestern University Press Club has been main- tained, with the exception of the few years during the World War, as one o'f the live organizations of the school. The club was organized by those stu- dents who were inter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 May 1922

is®**? swai = ■S n x. a. *8 lbao nr mt league As c result of the games played in the past week la the i nterfrateralty baseball league, Pi Kappa Alpha leads with am average of 1000 per cent in the race for the cap which has been un- claimed since last spring, due to an in- complete season. Pi Kappa Alpha inflicted a severe de- feat upon the Phi Delta Theta nine by a score of 20 to 8. The game was slow, featuring many errort on both sides. Through the lack' of support Morse and Magee were unable to cheek the dbg- ging of the Pi Kappa Alphas who bat- tod around in the flrst and fourth in- nings. The Phi* attempted a rally ip the first inning when Magee and Morse cracked out a- three-bagger eaeh and four rugs wede. With a heavy score against them the Phis were unable to Wke the lead throughout the game. - uajiiNi oogiiMrx-iu Delta Theta , The second game of the week waa played Thrusday between Kappa Sigma and Phi Delta Theta, with a victory of . ... _ . - . , . .7 ' w ' eream in red, g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 May 1922

mm i f ■ m w. OH, BOULYHOCK, MY HOLLYHOCK Oh, hollyhoek, my hollyhock, I love thy shady glen! As from my place upon this roek I view thy tender, swaying stock Bend gently to my ken! The little birds about thee sing, The squirrels and rabbits play,— No sorrow here, while everything Enjoys the spirit of the spring Each moment of the day. When early morning dew did kiss Thy petals in thy sleep, Their opening eyes beheld that this Must surely be a world of bliss, Where mortals could not weep. Bnt hollyhock, a once-dear heart Has proven quite untjrne. No poisoned sting, no angry dart, Is like the pain when lovers part, When love-strings are cut through. And hollyhock, my little friend, To pain and care unknown, I pray thy peaee to me extend, With gladness all my grief expend, And make me less alone! ,, —8. C. RESOLUTIONS OF BB8FB0T Bt it resolved, That we, the students and faculty of Southwestern Universi- ty, as a unit, wish to express our deep- est and sincere sympathy to Darwin C.- Pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1922

I % V i y-i SBWJI* •tv o n ijjffiyy i' i 'i*f J «i idry K NAY FETE EDITION —IUETOAT b students! Ry mnvEMin VOLUME XV. NUMBER 31 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 10,1922 l , $30,000 TO AH 1IL*M On ANnuL MAY FETE Ou of the forward steps taken by the of Trustee#, hi session this week, *m the parage of an appropriation of approximately $30,000 to be used in re- modeling ^nd equipping the Woman's Building, bringing, it up. to a first-elaas dormitory in every respect. Along with this appropriation provisions were made for several thousand dollars' worth of Work to be done on Mood Hall and oth- Mira Laura Kuykendall, dean of wom- en, reports that the room reservations - are being made1 is pi illy and it is jpeeted that all the rooms will be signed up for early in the summer. HELON OF THE HOUSE MAY-THOUSAN OF SOU CROWNED QUEEN OF ANNUAL CELEBRATION UNIVERSITY. ®S8P* SBC* ,**«( • t LOYALTY ^TO SOUTHWESTERN W* E. Organ, known by the name of Bill Orgfcia. has indeed shown his love and appreci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1922

®ht iHryaphmtr mnVBROTT METHODIST CHURCH t*labliaijri> 1907 ' | GgSm JFiftmdlj frar Entered as a^rond-class mail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at tk "-ortoite at Georgetown, Texas, under Art of Congreaa of March 3, 1911 JOE A. DURBENBEBGEB Editor-in-Chief ANNIE EDWARD BABCUS General Assistant Editor W. L. AYBES I Assistant Editor JOHN B. ENTBIKIX t Assistant Editor G. B. WINSTEAD Asaistant Editor JOHN W. DUNN Assistant Editor JUANITA POBTEB Assistant Editor MARY MATHILDE AKIN Assistant Editor DliAUBAL BEVILEE Assistant Editor MARY ELIZABETH BECK Assistant Editor EARL J. PATTON .Badness Manager MATTIE EOF GBOCE Assistant Bosiness Manager TEMPLE BOGGESS..... ~ ; Assistant Buaineas Manager AL PAXTON Assistant Basin ess Manager GERARD BOONE '....Assistant Business Manager EDMUND P. WILLIAMS, JB. .CONTRIBUTING EDITOB THE MAY PETE The May Fete was established here through the efforts and ideas furnished by Dr. and Mrs. Bishop, working in conjunction with Miss Laura Kuyktndall. The 1922 Ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1922

« 8- 3 si % r -. v! .-5 -te .of t-'.y -g*• < ij| -"- -■- ' • ---*<- Mil M — — ■ ~ '■ - \ • .- .. <• fi^V^V 'L'" -'< r l *'.. ' '" „ - £^„> "*<- * v.v' '"" «^?Srr. !V To the Visitors who are here for the May Fete, To the Instructors who have so successfully planned it, To Each and Everyone who has a part in it— ■&b£A I «V* *'■ Sr.-* ■ ■■'. i- ' #«V'V-*-7 ,?;i J.-f '-'??•" - • *W- ■if r-JrvW^,^Eyit'S- .*• 1^®SPS Ife I': - • :t'■ - K . ' **V • V ..:.** '•-• v ." . • i® j- * ff?;, -f gk*X. ■■ t "* Fete 19 2 2 Southwestern University 3cf" s^rv ^ -• . rS We Are Glad You Are Here ■ -4, this be an occasion of joy and happiness to each of you, and that it will be repeated annually as the time goes on. . if; ; ~ / a: 5- •? - -7' . r1? --.•O ^ £ • Si *5j-' *$ t - •1 ?~*..r£?r^v <-?; -" - ',£> *" . JCiSFi-■ -- . ".> . • :: r •**-• y Company — PRE MED WOKK IN S. U. For pupils who want to take two years of required work previous to entering a reediest I college, Sou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1922

f "*• ' AND WIG CLUB APPEARS IN PLAYS _ OAY COLORED COSTUMES AND VWEW CURTAINS LEND TO BEAUTY OF PLAYS 1 Under the direction of Mr. William Dwight Wentz, the final program of the Mask and Wig Club for the year was given last Thursday evening in the Uni- versity anditorium. Two elements add- ing beauty to the one-act plays were the green curtains that the club had bought for the stage and the gay col- ored costumes of the players. A stirring march by the Southwestern University Orchestra served aa a cur- tain raiser. The orchestra also favored the audience again between the second and third plays. . - The evening of plays opened with the presentation of "Six Who Pass While tie Lentils Boil," by Stuart Walker. Those playing the leading roles were Annie Edward aBrcus, as queen, who had been sentenced to decapitation for committing the offense of stepping on her husband's aunt's toe, and GlCnn Wil- bern, as a little boy, cooking lentils in a large pot. The little boy successfully hides ...

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