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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1922

ss — *' ■I''' ■■rf ' — .,> (fit life .- g.,^ . • -£3 jisLa*^BBWS<flff*i|liB^ * - - J MASK AND VK CLUB GIVES GARDEN PARTY 1tiros HOME 80ERE OF ARTISTIC CHDTE8E OABDEN PARTY / AND PUT . * fcfc ' The Mask and Wig Clab entertained with a delightul Chinese Garden Party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. -Wentz Wednesday evening, May 31st. The lawn was made beautiful by the artistic arrangement, whieh was just suitable for the presentation of the play, "Told in a Chinese Garden." On one side of the lawn seats were arranged in a Crescent shape facing the Chinese Garden. A big china tree and screen of the/ same color furnished a suitable background, while there was a profusion of the most gaily colored flowers. The lawn was lighted by many colored Chinese lanteurs, whieh made the Garden a delightful scene. In . harmony with th* background, the cos- tumes were mort pleasing. Especially was this true of the costumes worn by Ttf-Ti", 'Toa-Ting-Fang", and -Wang Chu-Mo", while the costumes ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1922

H=aaaa For Over 30 Years jWe have supplied. Southwestern Students with Books, Stationery and All School * Supplies. We therefore, know your wants. Richardson's Book Store __ ■'* • / Picture Framing Our Specialty ''-iM Established 1892 THEsse mmm : *■ . . GLEE CLUB It took .Miss Claire Payne, director pf the Glee ( lull, several weeks of pa- Tie t wording to seleati and classify xhe men who were to make up the person- nel of the University Glee Club from jhe extremely large number of "would pe songbirds"' who went out for first trv- ]>ut oi the Club last fall. But hard work irouu'ht success, and by the end of the jrintci term a well-trained and harmon- ious chorus was prepared to go on the lour. ; I Manager I.ester Luechauer arranged | schedule oi dates in . South Texas owns, which included Xixori, Yoakum, latonia, Columbus, Houston, Hemstead, aylor, Biirtlett and other neighboring toiis. Jess Clark, Tour Tailor. THE MEGAPHONE The weekly publication, The Mega- phone, is a college ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1922

KAPriTSsr'hA HOSTS TO FORMAL BANQUET COMMERCIAL HOTEL AND FBAT HOUSE SCENE OF MOST BLAB ORATE SOCIAL AFFAIR \ Xi Chapter of Kappa Alpha were hosts Monday evening to one of the most elaborate social affairs of the year, a formal banquet at the Commercial Hotel. While the guests were gather- ing in the parlors, a three piece orches- tra furnished lively, popular musie which immediately created an atmos- phere of geiety and cheer. Wften all the guests and chapter members had arrived, the doors of the dining room were thrown open and the couples en- tered to the strains of orchestra music. Places were found at a brilliantly dec- orated U-shaped table by the aid of dainty plaee cards in the fraternity col- ors. At the head were the president of the chapter, Douglas Roach, the toast- master, Sylvan Mixson, and the chap- erons, Prof, and Mrs. R. W. Tinsley. The space between the tables was bank- ed with ferns and flowers. Hanging baskets of magnolias r.nd red roses, the flowers of Kappa Al...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1922

REVIEW or ATHLEtlCS ' Yeaf la Featured by Victories Over 8. M. U. Southwestern athletes have tasted vic- tory in copious quantities this year. Although football season failed to pro- duce a win, basketball, baseball and c* track have produced one in after an- other. When Coach Gardner came to South- western to take charge of the athletics of the University, he was immediately confronted with the problem of con- • strutting a football machine out of lots of new materiul but with few old heads. In spite of this early complication he developed an eleven which would do - credit to any institution. True, no vic- tories were won, but this was due rather > to unusually st'ropg opposition than to j ..local inferiority. The season came to a -'close when the team played S. M. XI. to S;-scoreless tie in a ficm or muc^. This , maintained the old standard—S. M. U. never defeated Southwestern in football. T- Basketball season opened with five iletter men, Herrera, Hollo way, Heyne, i Poster an...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1922

•was - 1 flaw v | ) 9 j i ff—*- MBrHI : «y£F4"' - *r->r iH/r m ' K. ** ** '4r-75"^'..'' "*3?X ™ V -*5, • •1 ■ ' in ■ MEMBERS OF THE QUEEN'S PARTY OF 1922 MAY FET] MAST LUCY MARBERRY > Mary' Lucy Marberry of Victoria, has quietly moved among us for four years, winning many friends and places of trust. As prioress in the 1922 May Fete, she truly represents the highest type of Southwesterners. She has held many places of honor in co-ed activities. Among them are, president and council member of the Women's Keif-Governing Associa- tion; treasurer of the V. W, C. A. 1921- *22 and a member of the Woman's .Build- ing Honor Council, 1922. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Mar- berry of Victoria, Texas. _ ELEANOR PHILLIPS Wi Eleanor Phillips is and will ever be a popular Princess. She is a member of the Alpha Helta Pi sorority and repre- sents that organization on the Pan Hel- lenic Council. She has had several plaees of honor conferred upon her by the stu dent body, in her jun...

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

KABTH'S AWAKENING" THEME OF EZOHTH MAY FETE (Continued from page one) The Queen's maids, Mary Margaret Goeppinger and Grace Anna Kerr, fol- t ' lowed' the Grown bearer. They wore dainty dresses of white taffeta with blue floral Jtrimminga. They carried hand bouquets in harmonizing colors. Follow- ing the maids came the little flower v girls in whitd with baskets of petals which they scattered before her royal. SSL, highness. The bu bugler and herald announced the approach of her roya! highness, Queen Heum of the House of Post, Queen of May 1922. She wore an exquisite gown of silk lace over white satin trimmed in wed pearls. .The eourt train was of Bilk maline with squares of satin rib- bon blocked on with lace and pezyrls. Her train was carried by little train bearers in dainty white dresses. For the firot time #ince Southwestern t - . has had a May Fete, all the former I queens were present and as each ap- . proached she was announced. The first to enter was the seventh queen, Lora...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 October 1922

s W\ \1 \WV^ ***** 7 BAND PRACTICE Thursday At 7 o'clock i oUt? iHU'naphnnp ############### ## # N PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY • V— ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAE VOLUME XVI NUMBER 1 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TI ESDAY, NOV. 24, 1922. FOOTBALL Saturday S. U. vs. NORMAL S. U. GOLDEN JUBILEE YEAR OPENS DR. LXNDSLEY L. BLANEY DELIVERS OPENING ADDRESS \< 4 DR. HORN ADDRESSES STUDENTS AT METHODIST CHUCRH SUNDAY aU, / Southwestern University formally opened its fiftieth year of work last Thursday morning with appropriate ex- ercises in the college chapel. Dr. Paul W. Horn, the new president of the col- lege, presided. Rev. Jno. E. Roach, secretary of the Central Texas Confer- ence and a member of the Board of Trustees, delivered the invocation, aft- er whieh Dr. Horn read a short scrip- turelesson. Dr. Hern introduced as the principal speaker of the occasion, Dr. Lindsley Li. Blaney, a member of the faculty of Rice Institute....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 October 1922

'i iwiftf". > jf '* J* "/•••>" "• ,A ' •.*. ' • ' " " - * h.i 11!SH YOUR STORE i . THE COLLEGE MAN'S STORE of Georgetown—the store that listens for every whisper of what is new and proper for the well-dressed man, wish- es to assure you that they have selected with care the authentic styles for Fall and Winter 1922-23, and that they await with pleasure your inspec- tion of what's correct style for the College Man. Our prices will please you. Some people imagine that because we show only the newest styles, that our prices would be high. Convince yourself that this is a false impression, by allowing us the pleasure of showing you new shirts at $1.00 and up, new hats $3.00 and up, Socks 25c and up,, Ready-to-wear—MONROE Suits $30 to $40 with two pair trousers $25 and up one pair trousers; TAILOR MADE Suits $23 and up. We never ask you to buy, we take pleasure in showing our values and want you to feel at home in your own store. U K FOLLOW THE WELL-DRESSED CROWD TO At The Sign of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 October 1922

V, I I A \ 0 ' Southwestern Students and Faculty We invite you to our * tore Mclnnis Drug Company Telephone 78 Eastman Kodaks THE REXALL STORE "The Befit in Drug Store Goods The BeSt in Drug Store Service" Free Delivery Johnston's Candy old time "pep" appears IN" SAN JAO MEETING As usual full of "pep" and enthusiasm the San Jacs met in their first regular meeting Monday morning at 9:30 and proeided the many visitors a real ex- ample of a San Jae program. As nei- ther the ex-president nor the president- elect was present, John B. Entrikin act- ed as president pro tem. An extempoj raneous program was rendered consist- ing of the following numbers: 1. Prayer, by J. G. Palmer. 2. Sqngs by the Society. 3. "San Jacinto in the Past"—R. L. Jones. 4. "Reeent R idio Improvements"— Stroud Jackson. 5. "Extemporaneous Blank Verse" composed by Frank Steinle. 6. "What San Jacinto can do for you"—Ireno Saathoff. Following the program the following visitors made application, for member- ship: Misses...

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

.f'i. w L WT * "It" ™, *'S^t--" 'i^' '",..« • ' fJTVT^T'1 r v "• "W ^5 "•',.v'^y "V-Tvii * * •>" > ™ \" II: w^Jrv^t3'^ f Va ught & Logan Gents Furnishings of All Kinds. All New Goods Cleaning Phone 535 Pressing " t:-. I GEORGETOWN HI ELEVEN WINS FIBJBT TWO TUSSLES Although beginning the season with one letter man and playing an amateur- ish brand of football, Georgetown High football team wrestled victory from Bartlett 18 to 0 in the opening game and downed Killeen 25 to 6 Friday by sheer fight and headwork. Bartlett is coached by Arnold ("Jew") Krichamer of Southwestern fame and came with ah impregnable line and p. line-backing fool. Georgetown made all gains around ends and with a perfect aerial game in the fourth quarter, com- pleting three straight passes for sub- stantial gains. The Eagles' first score came when Johnnie Harper recovered Bartlett's fumble on the five-yard line and rolled dver. In the third Bailie w streaked off several long end runs. Georgetown's other...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 October 1922

i *, J A I After Every Meal The Flavor La^ts Let Nemo have your pressing. Fresh Shelled Poeans in half-pound and pound packages at The Alcove. Freshmen, see Vaught k Logan for for Gym Suits. % Freshmen, see Vaught A Logan for for Gym Suits. Dobbs Hats at Vaught A Logan's. Come in young ladies, and give us a trial. Palace Barber Shop. Juat arrived—A fine line of Norris Package Candy, also California Sag- time Chocolates, at The Alcove. Fresh Salted Peanuts and Potato Chips at The Alcove. DO YOIJB EYES GIVE YOU ANY TROUBLE? Before putting on glasses bet- ter have your eyes examined by a Qualified Specialist. Glasses often injure eyes per- manently. DR. J. T. ROBERTS Office over Brady's Confectionery STUNT NIGHT AT THE ANNEX Freshmen at the Annex were enter- tained with a Stunt Party given in the "Y" Hall by the Y. W. C. A. Thursday night. Three little plays were given by the upperelassmen, and they were a scream from start to finish. "Th'e Newly Weds," with Mary Ger- many as the groom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 October 1922

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

"w, PRESS CLUB THURSDAY 4 P.M. grtye- jfflegapfrong # ####^######### ####### # ^ S. U. vs. A. & M. SATURDAY PUBLISHED EVEEY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR \ What About It ? VOLUME XVI NUMBER 2 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY. OCT. 10, 1922. < \ \ Pirate Eleven Dumps Normal Bobcats 20 to 0 S. U. CLASSES ELECT FALL TERM OFFICERS HONOR COUNCIL REPRESENTA TIVES CHOSEN AND YELL LEADERS ELECTED Student activities are now under way. All the classes have elected their officers with the exception of the Junior class. The Student Association met last week, but after a stormy session only succeed- ed in electing Tull and Holloway as yell leaders. Other vacancies will be filled at a later date when constitutional points will have been worked out. Senior officers elected are: Sue Mood, piesident; Joe Bergin, vice president; Emory Horger, secretary-treasurer; Jno. B. Entrikin, James Griffith, Glenn Will- bern and I...

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

THE MEGAPHONE Entered as sscond-class mail matter, Sept. 7, 1912, at the postoffice at George- town, Texas, undyer Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. JOHN W. DUNN Editor-in-Chief GERARD BOONE Business Manager PLANS AND POLICIES We, the new staff of The Megaphone for the school year 1922-23, feel that in this issue some mention should be made regarding the plans and policies by which our paper will be governed dur- ing the coming year. The Megaphone will continue to be a four-page paper of live columns to the page and is to be devoted to the inter- ests of the student body of Southwes- tern University. The first page is to be devoted strictly to news that will be of general interest to the student body as a whole. We expect to maintain the second page for editorials on problems and conditions of student life. At all times we will endeavor to maintain the highest standards of journalism and obey the rules of the Texas Intercol- legiate Press Association, of which The Megaphone is a mem...

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

1' , it', r "A box where sweets compacted lie" to tempt the taste, intrigue the eye Visualize this newest member of Whitman s Quality Croup, a gift-box of metal, with mosaic design by Mucha. Imagine the hinged lid swing- 'I ing back, releasing the aroma of this new assort- ment of Whitman's, a promise of the treat to come: Majestic, Plum Pudding, Mint Rings, Pecan Cluster Filbert Cluster, Brazil, Marahmallow Fudge, Nonet, Molasses Chewing. Pecan Marahmallow, Solid Tablet. Marahmallow Square, Almonds, Flat Cream Minn. St. Nicholas Pecan Caramel, Milk Chocolate Blossoms, Chocolate Butterfly. Molasses Blocks, Marahmallow er Boy. Surely "a feast of nectarcd Mints, Messenger sweets where no crudc surfeit reigns." Salmagundi Chocolates, in their sought-for art metal box, are sold by that selected store near you displaying the sign Salmagundi— Chocolates and Confections STEPHEN F. WHITMAN <Sl SON, Int, Philadelphia, U. & A. Abo maim of Whitman'i Inttantantma Chocolate, Cocoa and Man...

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

Wmf ~ ~r ',/* - ^ Kk." -; PIRATE ELEVEN DUMPS NORMAL BOBCATS 20 TO 0 (Continued from page one) uide, Southwestern continually threat , ened the Normal goai. One attempt j broke when a short pass over the goal I line was incomplete. Another was mo- j mentarily halted when the Pirates were j penalized after advancing the ball to the 3-inch line. But a moment later Magee went over on a short end run. A bad pass from center killed the chance of a goal. Score: S. U. 20, Normal 0. After this kick-off Normal opened a rapid aerial game which swept opposi- tion away for a moment, but after com- pleting three straight passes to Kallina j for 39 yards, it broke completely. For Normal the playing of Brown and Storey was a feature. Kallina caught three good passes, one of which was ex- tremely difficult. Weir also played a good game. Normal was absolutely unable to pierce Southweatern's heavy line effec- tively. This was due to no particular stellar playing of a lineman but the complete line wor...

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

1 <>«rfrrrrrrri r~ PUBLISHED EVEBY ^UESDAY THE SCHOOL YEA* BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF UNTVEBSITY EST ABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XVI NUMBEB \ $ GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 17, 1922. CHRISTIANITY THE . HOPE OF CHINA FIBST CHINESE STUDENT TO BE UJBIVK MASTER OF ARTS DE GREE FROM PEABODY LIFE'S CANVAS Peter St'T. Shih, who spoke in chapel Friday morning, was the first atudent from China to receive his M. A. from Peabody. He received his B. A. at Soo- ehow University in 1914, a school con- ducted by the Methodist Church. He remained with them for six years as an instructor. He came over on July 16, 1921, and intends to stay until 1923, when he will receive his Doctor of Phil- osophy degree. He will then return to Sooehow to engage in teacher training. Dr. Shih was born near Shanghai and comes- from a Christian family. His father, Dr. T. K. Shiii, has been a mem- ber of the Methodist Episcopal Confer- ence since 1915. He was educated at Baffington Institute at Soo...

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

Wjvr THE MEGAPHONE. Entered aa sacond-claas Mail matter, fcyt 7,1912, at the poatoffiee at Gcerge- town, Teiaa, undyex Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. JOHN W. DUNN Editor-in-Chief GERARD BOONE. Business Manager THE HONOR SYSTEM With the election of the Honor C<mn- eil representative from the Junior Class last Thursday, the organization is com- plete with th<c exception of the election •f the president of the Honor Council from the four Seniors who* have already been elected. The Megaphone hopes that thi Uni- versity Honor Council will realize its po- sition in school life and do its duty. The Honor Councils for the past few years have accomplished nothing. There seems to have been a total lack of eoordina- tWI between the faculty and the mem- bers of this particular body. Faculty supervision i? all right, but if faculty supervision is to (choke the life out of our Honor system and discourage the ef- forts of its members in performing their duties, what's the usef If we are t...

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

Salmagundi-— "A box whore sweets compacted lie* to tempt the taste, intrigue the ejc Visualize this newest member of Whitman's Quality Group, a gift-box of metal, with mosaic design by Mucha. ' Imagine the hinged lid swing- ing back, releasing the aroma of this new assort- ment of Whitman's, a promise of the treat to come: Majacc, Phim Pudding. Mint Rings, Ptcan Cluster. Filbert Cluster. Brazil. Maishmallow Fudgr. Molasses Chewing. Pecan M f hmallow. Solid Ta Marshmalloir Square. Almonds, Flat Cream Mints. Sc. Nicholas. Manhmallow Apricot. Mohs*s Oupe Pecan Caramel. Milk Chocolate Blossoms. Solid Chocolate Butterfly. Molasses Blocks, MatshmaBow Mints. Mescncer Boy. Surely "a feast of nectaied sweets where no etude surfeit reigns." Socities BAM JACINTO UTEBARY SOCIETY Salmagundi Chocolate art metal box, are sold by l you displaying the sign in their sought-for selected store near Chocolates and Confections 8an Jacinto is growing not only in quality but in quantity. This was plain- ly...

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

nw *wn ' Miss Pearl Ness is confined to her bed with dengue fever. 4 If it's watch and jewelry repairing, see J. J. Breneke. Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaeco at The Alcove. Kuth Jenkins attended the Dallas Fair as one of the Duchesses. Bragg and Collins motored to San An- tonio last week-end on business. I Everything in jewelry at J. J. Bren- eke's. Bryee Draper and Lawrence Landrum ■pent the Week end in San Antonio. Fresh Potato Chips twice a week at The Alcove. Mrs. Willbern, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald DuBois visited Bobbie Willbern last week-end. A nice line of Candies at The Alcove. Z: Freshman Pease attended the game at I College Station Saturday. After Every Flavor Dry Cleaners, Tailors and Hatters We Clean and Shrink White and Colored Sweaters Try us and be satisfied LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY We do Alterations of all kinds MILES BROS., Dry Cleaners Buddy Foster Mood Hall Phone 262 Annex Ruth and Gladys Chamberlain, Ruby [j Dunn, Eunice Joiner, Elizabeth Stroud and Thomas McDonald journe...

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