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

i ■%r A S. U. vs. RICE Saturday What Abut It???? PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVI NUMBER 4 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 24, 1922. Opera Quarter Wednesday Evening, Oct. 25 ################## ######< YELLOWJACKETS SCORE IN FOURTH AND PIRATE ELEVEN LOSES 7-0 Howard-Payne Fails To'Make First Down For Three Quarters buccaneers show first real fighting spout op season— muaemat side ablb to 4AttKDaHBTAEBlAL "work After tattling Howard Payne to a standstill for three and a half quarters, Southwestern ran into a fast offense which they could not stop and Grady dived over the line for a touchdown, beating the Pirates 7-0. It was Chaney's 50-yard return of Crump's 36-yard punt in the early part of the fourth that broke the spirit of the locals and changed the Pirates from a hard offensive to a desperate defen- defensive. Chanty waa downed on 8. U.'s 25-yard I in?. McAllister made ri...

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

WS3 m />* ■ Iff.:• £% "T mmb< '• ^ j-K/.'/.i' , <:V-- n;! THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as Bacond-class mail matter, 8ept. 7, 1^12, at the postoffice at George- town, Texas, undyer Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. JOHN W. DUNN Editor-in-Chief GEJIARD BOONE... .Business Manager W. L. Ayres Associate Editor Assistant Editors—Walter Moore, Ruby Dunn, Lois Black and J. B. iimith. Assistant Business Mgr.-—Geo. Mitchell. Some people ilo not retiize that a pep meeting is a pep meeting Jhd that all their efforts should be devoted in that direction. However, it seems that at the last meeting a few of the thoughtless ones turned the pep meeting into a spoon- ing contest. We are quite sure it was an oversight on their part. ACTIVITIES The last edition of the Campus, the college paper of S, M. U., our rivals, carried an enormous cartoon of a speci- men of their husky players having his beautiful self photographed while just above his head rested the dreams of be- ing 1923 Southwestern Confer...

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

/ I I 1 5 V • • • * LAFFA GRIN AFTER THE KNOT 1H TTED. ' After the knot is tied a man doesn't hare so much rope.—Boston Transcript. IT'S GENERALLY DONE. v Scott Fitzgerald, the brilliant young novelist, was the wit of his class at Princeton. 4 He onee attended a Salvation Army meeting. A pretty Salvation lass rose and spoke fei*veiitlv. She declareed that if any one were to strike her on the right cheek she wqjjld turn the left. "And if some one were to kiss you on the right cheek," the young under-gradu- aie called gayly from his seat, "would you do the same thing, Miss?'-' And now he has written "The Beauti ful and the Damned.'' Early training we dare say. UNIVERSAL. Curses on that fateful day I joined the history class, I thought I surely had a crip Knt now I Hay, Alaal I do not mind the quizzes I use my lecture time for nape But by heck, I get it in the neck When it comes to drawing mape. Societies ALAMO Let "Fire" pay your expenses home next week-end! See the cir- culation mana...

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

'% . \l fi ' V-T;y gpp OTI K'lilPWll BUSY BEE CAFE High Class Restaurant with Dining and Bauquet Room in connection, catering to LUNCHEONS, DINNER PARTIES and BANQUETS for Southwestern Stu- dents and Their Friends. "Southwestern'* Downtown Eating Place" Phone 289 Gus Kallas, Prop. ifffiiffffffff fffff fff r'T'"*******'1********' ai American Cafe Short Orders Sandwitches Pies Chili a Specialty Your business is greatly appreciated p«&f Little Bits From the Ea^t One and Two Pound Boxes Mclnnis Drug Company Phons 78 The Rexall Store Phone 78 Eastman Kodaks Eastman Kodaks ■ —nmwiwiw — Hot Chocolate and Sand- wiches, Cold Drinks, Candies, Cigars, Cigar- ettes, Tobaccos, etc. Agency for King Pack- age Candies. The Nook L. N. WATKINS, Proprietor i #####################^##^###^#### OSCAR BF.RKMAN FOB ' FIRST-CLASS SHOE REPAIRING ~ S. V. Students* Headquarters for GOOD PRINTING ATLEE PRESS Simtaitt Bldg. :: Georgetown v': .... J.. ;' : V yl : • -If'* y \ 1 ■ ■ l ■■■—■ Dry Cleaners, Tailor...

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

.) N < • ' *v, ■ , . vi -*y! PIRATES *!★?★!! efuVi ' 7f PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS J*Y THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY GRAND OPERA QUARTET SCORES GREAT SUCCESS " if ' • BIGOLETTO BY FAR THE MOST POPULAR NUMBER RENDERED /' * :\?Sb ■ v,t. The Chicago Grand Opera Quartet, composed of William Miehaclis, tenor; Irene Jonani, soprano; Adams Doekray, baritone, and Bargara Wait, contralto, appealed in a concert Wednesday even- ing, October 25tb, at the University auditorium. This charming quartet in- terpreted the following numbers: Quarete: The Spirit of Spring (The Morning of the Ye#r).. .Cadman Chicago Grand Opeia <Juartet Songs:: Invictus . — . Huhn Quand'era Paggio (Falstaff) Verdi Aria: Toreador Song (Carwen)j.. .Bizet Mr. Adamo Doekray Duet: Viena Mallika (Lakmc). .Delibea Misses Jonani a!nd Wait Aria: Rodolpho's Narrative (LaBohme) > Pueeini Mr. William Michaelis Aria: My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice Sansom and Delilah)....... .St. Saens Miss B...

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

T;- ' f 3f r, .•, Hiir Hurt f V 1,;. Bir. I | Rr*. t K-: THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, bept. 7,1912, at the post&ffice at George- town, Texa£, undyer Aet of Congress of March 3, 1011. JUDGE YOURSELF JOHN' W. DUNN Editor in-Chief GERARD BOONE Business Manager W. L. Ayres... , Associate Editor Assistant Editors—Walter Moor*. Huagr Dunn, Lois Black and J.'*J. Smith Assistant Business -Mgr.—Geo. Mitchell. EDITORIALS HONOR Dr. Frank ffrane, in his "Ten Ways to Test the Fineness of a Man," says: "You may know the Superior one by these marks: "1. He is spiritual. What I mean is that his pleasures are more of the mind ^.an of the body. "2. Simplicity. The Superior Ones like simplicity. The vulgar crowd likes finery: "3. Service. The Superior Ones like to serve. The common crowd loves to be served. "4. The Superior Person is above his pleasures. He has pleasures as everyone has. - He uses then*. They do not lead bim by the nose. "5. The Superior People are never bit...

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

' ■ M- V ' ' tv r-s,- r i 1 2 i ■ f jaTH|UB'rjB The following rule# were arranged by Mips Augusta Fort, head of the de- partment of Home Economics of Baylor College anil, while devised primarily - for the girls of that institution, we think it would be well for some of tjhe boys-of Mood Hall to read them and try in some measure to observe the more important ones: Be quiet on entering the dining hall. Stand directly behind the e^air and do not lean upon it. Pull the chair out .with the right hand and be seated from the left of it. , . ' Water.and milk should pot be poured before the blessing is asked.' Pickles, olives or any other kind of food should not be eaten before the blessing is asked. , Keep elbows off the table. Do not play with the knives, forks and spoons. The place for the feet is directly on the floor, and not under the table to meet neighbors; neither should they be coiled around the chair legs. • Each girl should provide herself with a napkin, which should be folded on...

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

m «■; ...■hi rf- K?, I . a. \ 1 |?> *1 A t m r ,1 ■ s SB"'"'"' P^.'7 ■ SUBSCRIBE TO THE MEGAPHONE NOW! i 1 - / REMEMBER THIS IS GOLDEN JUBI- LEE YEAR, and you will want to keep up with the happenings at Southwestern this year. Begin to prepare now for that trip to "Old Mother Dear" in the spring by sending that $1.50 for year's subscription to The Megaphone 'cause everybody's doing it and you don't want to b<e left out. Get the Col- lege News through the Megaphone, the most Wide Awake College Weekly in the ALL THE NEWS OF ALL THE LEGE ALL THE TIME. Hail to Thee! Southwestern South. COL- Megaphone for One Term $ .60 Megaphone for College Year $1.50 SUBSCRIBE NOW! GERARD BOONE. B«siness Manager Georgetown, Texas Societies SAN JACINTO LITERARY SOCIETY AH those present at thft meeting of the San Jacinto Literary Society Mon- day morning enjoyed an unusual treat in the form of the following program: Song, "Carry Me Baek to Old Virgin'y," by the Society. Then Miss Nina Nunn summed u...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 31 October 1922

Mi <0 ■Ml y.ir7i:*r. '.lJ| 0! gi.JU.JiX . &88SS NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY Pithxa, W. B. Mast We Fight Japan? C«#tnry. Accession No. 18358. or thinks that there are mare forces making for war between Japan than were making for een XI. S. and Germany ten i, ind there are some ^powerful working to prevent such a war. made first-hand study of the sit- in California and Mexieo. The hook list says, "Broadly speak- study of the problem is both in- ig and impartial." «- ♦ • W. Ii. Essays on Modern Dra- r itists. New Fork: Macmillar, 1921. Accession No. 18129. Essays on aBrrie, Shaw, Galsworthy, Ptrt, Maeteriinek and Rostand. TBe Springfield Republican says: "A liv- ing, vital introduction to six different personalities." "Mr. Phelps has the dis- tinction of not killing what he judges and writes about."—Tale Review. ♦ V;.:: O.- Henry Memorial Award Stories. Prize Stories of 1919-1921. New York: Doiibleday Page. Aeeession No. 18,- 548-49. These are the prize stories chosen by the Soeiety ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 31 October 1922

m H IS!" V, l^.f^ S. U. LIBRARIAN RETURNS FROM STATE CONVENTION (Continued frohi page I.) several delightful social functions for the visitors during the play hours that were allotted to us. One of the most delightful was on Thursday night when wo were guests of the local staff at the concert given by Rosa Ponselle. This wonderful singer in a wonderful gown hold us spellbound for three hours. Her jiorgramme was varied and beautiful and she was most gracious and winning in her manner when she responded to the many calls, ller audience was ap- preciative aud seemed as though they could not let her end the evening, ^and ' she assured them from the platform that they could not tire her if'she did not tire them. The audience seemed best pleased with Tosti's "Goodby", possibly because they were more familiar with it. Another social function that was a great pleasure to your reporter was an Illinois dinner give nin the private din- ing room of the Driskill. Plates were t laid for sixteen e...

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

v~ •> LARGEST History of School 9 LARGEST CIRCULATION PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNTVER8ITY in ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVI NUMBER 6 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 7, 1922. History of School MUSTANGS TASTE PIRATE BLOOD FOR FIRST TIME 8. M U. TRAMPLES ON SOUTHWEB TERN 4613—BOTH TEAMS SCORE ON PASSES DR. HORN ATTENDS CONVENTION IN AUSTIN After seven years, during which Southern Methodist University had nev- er beaten the Pirate hordes in football and defeat after defeat was dealt the Mustangs by the Pirate elevens, 8. M. 17. Mustangs ran rough-shod over Gard- ner's eleven at Dallas Saturday and J when the scorer had finished with hi? adding machine it was discovered that it stood 46 to 13. After years of in- ferior and mediocre elevens, the Mus- tangs at last have a squad that ranks with Baylor^ A. k M. and Texas and which had a drive sufficient to humble their old-time rivals. Four of the Mustang touchdowns ...

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

■ ' • -~ - «1 > i •' THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, bept. 7, 1912, at the postofflce at George- town, Texas, undyer Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. JOHN W. DUNN Editor-in-Chief GERARD BOONE... .Business Manager W. L. Ayres Associate Editpr Assistant Editors—Walter Aloore. Rutajk' Dunn, Lois Black and J. B. Smith Assistant Business -Mgr.—Geo. Mitchell. W. C. Sparks.. .Ass't Business Manager EDITORIALS For those who do- not care of can't go to Austin Satilrdnv, there will be a splendid Armistice Day program given here in Georgetown. I them. They might have received the large end of the score, but they did not put up as game it fight as our team did. ] The boys in the Hall knew that our j team had fought to the last whistle; so j Sunday morning at 5 o'clock the boys gave out the report that the train Vas coming and that the team was on it. And the boys were there to meet the train and let the team know that, al- though they had lost, the school was still behin...

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

, I 1 < 3 — Societies "TELLY BEAK AND FLAPPER MUST GO", VERDICT OF SAN JAC DEBATE The 'San Ja>' program Monaay morn- • .v&g began with the society singing j "America". Earl «fc Patton then gave I a brief discussion of the function of j San Jacinto in Southwestern and fu- J ture life. He said that seven-eights of the intercourse in society is the spoken word and that San Jacinto affords a place of preparation for the English- speaking commonwealth. The Serenading Quartet^ composed of Secrest, Roberts, Thcfmas and Hardt, then sang two selections, "Pie, Cake and Song" and "Snow Dear." A debate was featured next. The question was, "Resolved, That the Jelly Bean and Flapper Should Go." Eliza- beth Li'ttle and Beryl Belle very ably supported the affirmative, carrying all 1 three votes. The negative bravely j fought with Lucile Ingrum and Minnie Belle McLan-e supporting it. Ritchie Mae Mood, Slime Evans, Mil- ton Lemburg and Miss Carson were in- itiated into the society. ALAMO LI...

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

fvWft /" T, i' -'f T if ' SSN • SSel K& > ■ W? ■ K%. • m , KMjlfl yM T. M. AND Y. W. C. A. UNITE TO HONOR DK. C. C. CODY (Continued from page one) Program Organ Voluntary— Pilgrim's Chorus from Tannhaueser Wagner Hymn 78—Holy, Holy, Holy Invocation Rev. E. P. Williams Anthem— Oh Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go Matheson-Foss Scripture Beading Offertory— Silver Threads Among the Gold .Kexford-Danks Auld Lang Syne Scotch Folk (Song arranged by J. S. Fearis) Hymn 110— It Came Upon the Midnight Clear What Dr. Cody Means to the Town.. Mr. H. N..Graves What Dr. Cody Means to the Faculty Dr. J. C. Granhery Dr. Cody as I Know Him.Dr. P. W. Horn Vocal S}olo— Aria, "I Will Extol Thee," from Eli Costa Miss Claire Payne What Dr. Cody Means to the Ex-Stu- dents J. Frank Dobie What Dr. Cody Means to the Present Students Miss Sue Mood Dr. Cody Himself Hymn 556—Blest Be the Tie that Binds Benediction Postlude— March Nuptiale in E Faulkes MUSTANGS TASTE PIRATE BLOOD FOR FIRST TIME 8. U. Students'...

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

HAVE YOUR Pidtures MADE PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVI NUMBER 7 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 14, 1922. HEAR FROST Saturday Evening < "THE IMPRESARIO" PLAYS TO OVERFLOW CROWD PERCY . HEMUS WITH ALL STAR OAST DELIGHTS SOUTH WES- . TERN AUDIENCE "The Impresario," an opera- connque by Mozart, was presented in the Uni- versity auditoirum on Thursday even- ing. It was given, as announced, in the English version of H. E. Krehbiel, by an all-star cast. A fine audience awaited the parting of the curtains. Curiosity and uncer- tainty were apparent on the faces of many, for the title, "Impresario," was foreign and unattractive. Can Mozart write a musical eomedy of a kind tosuitj And my heart owns a doubt STORM FEAR When the wind, works against us in the dark,. And pelts with snow The lower chamber window on the east, And whispers with a sort of stifled bark, The beast, "Come out! ...

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

' .f.- THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as aeeoiid-elaaa mail matter, Sept. 7, 1912, at the poatoffice at George- town, Texas, nndyer Act of Congrea# of March 3, 1911. Tk Hr JOHN W. DUNN Editor in-Chief GKBARD BOOXE Business Manager W. L. Ayres........... Associate Editor Assistant Editors—Waiter Moore, Ruby Dunn, Lois Black and J. B. Smith. Assistant Business Mgr.—fieo. Mitehelf. W. C. Sparks. ..Ass't Business Manager T. P. Haynie. ...Ass't. Circulation Mgr. EDITORIALS Tailors and hatters ought to have a good run nt«w repairing eoats with but- tons "busted" off and enlarging hats for those Mustangs at TVaHas. THAT COLLEGE BOY OF TOUBS Boys, you will have an opportunity tt^ see the Annex through and through next Monday, November 2Gth, under the guidance of our friend KuykendalL Bet- ter not miss the opportunity. Dr. P. W. Horn, our president, deliv- ered a very interesting address before a large audience at the Armistice Day cel- ebration in Taylor Sa-tuvday morrting. In the evening he spoke ...

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

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

~lj. # i * ;: > p® l®§ X NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY YOU VOL nm> OUT ABOUT YOU* BOOK HERB Babson, B. W., Beligion and Business. N. T. Macmillaa, 1921. "A business man's discussion of bua- ineaa problems in -the light of the eth- ical ideals of Christianity and the oper- ation of the church from the point of view of the business world, together with suggestions as to how each may help the other in the solution of pres- ent day problems."—A. L A. Booklist. <8> Ogg, F. A. Governments of Europe. N. T. Maemillan, 1921. A revision of the book published first in 1913. On account of the changes in Europe since the war it has been re- written. A number of chapters dealing with the minor states have been left oat. The space allotted to Great Brit- Sin has been almost doubled, and that allotted to France is tripled. The sal- ient features of soviet government in Russia are set forth. "A good book at the outset, it has now been greatly im- proved."—Boston Transcript. '''♦ House, E. M. an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 November 1922

2 'iter, right end and captain of the 1 ea played good ball against the horns yesterday. Few long gains made around the Pirate captain's Poster is a stire and hard tackier, lie got down quite often wider his 's punts to dump the receiver of it for small gain on the return. be prettiest bit of offensive work part of the Pirates came in the I play of the game, when Magee, fullbaek of the visitors, raced right end behind a line shift for ig the lead of Coach Frank of Baylor, the Southwestern at his backfield players into the ana their socks. Come coaches believe that the bare legs of |er are harder to tackle thali runner has socks on, < ie Pirates started the first period a series of long passes thrown by trterback Lyons which together with is' punts continually kept the ball Texas' territory. 1 tthwestern attempted desperately ire in the final period when Lyons : a nujnber of long passes which y went over the receiver's hands. Pirates* only era! chance failed Lyon'a drop kick from ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 14 November 1922

■*] # -. fe&i mm Now Showing and Selling Men's Brogue Oxfords, brown & black $7.50 Fancy Woolen Sox, Phoenix Make $1.00, $1.45, $1.75 New Stetsons, Novelties at $7.00 There's Underwear Comfort in our MUNS1NGWEAR Everything in Ready-to-Wear for Men and Women. Stromberg-Hoffman&Co It Pays to Pay Cash = l W. O. SANDERS l.i^L 'S$': FOR V ' " '• Everything in Music, Edison Phono- graphs Brunswick Phonographs, Records of all Kind. gssar PIRATES FIGHT TEXAS TO LOW SCORE—26-0 (Continued from page erne) hart punted ever the goat line. Pattern daiM df>wn tad fell on the ball while Umpire Moore raled it an omMu kith. Sehubart missed goal. Score 1M, Ob the third pbj after Ljons kwktd of, in a beautiful nut Mmpkee chased around right end 4® yards in a sweeping end ruin for the last st-ore of the day. Sehuhart kicked goal. Score; Texas 26, South western 0. In the fourth Southwestern) opened an aerial which was practically brought to ail fcy ' the Loagborn forwards. One pass was com...

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