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

THIS ISSUE DEDICATED TO THE GIRLS OF THE ANNEX IWMMMinNfMMMMMMfM PUBLISHED SVERV TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS SX THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNTVEBSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAS VOLUME XVI NUMBEK 8 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1922. in**************** * « DEBATE TRYOUT THURSDAY 4 P.M. ROOM NO. 31 i'S:: J • as ROBERT FROST DELIGHTS AUDIENCE VTTH LECTURE > PLEASING HUMOR AND INFORMAL ITY CHARACTERIZE NEW ENG- • LAND POET OP THE SOIL By Claud Howard, Ph. D. One of America's most distinguished poets was brought to us as the second number of our well planned Lyceum on last Saturday evening. Mr. Robert Frost, now for the second year employed by the University of Michigan as a dis- seminator of literary culture,—a ''radi- ator'-,-—read from his poems aad "lec- tured informally upon contemporary poetry. , Mr. Frost, in opening his lecture, characterized- his poetry as a continu- ation of one of the two great English poetic traditions. One tradition, he said, is tha...

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

f-" ->?V-S : ■■"•,' • ♦ •;. ' . •:■ . ' \t*r y'SjPg! '" *''', ,-'V -'Vi k ■. ' ' ';■;■■ "' "V •,■'■•''■ V-^ ;v ',-i.\-.*' v'. '"v".'1' ■■'""• .; * i?$HL I 'V - \'v t? :."' "% •"' ■' ' ,."'V ■'"?■; ' •'' "'' " -." '* p''' '.V jj ^^ilP ||Pr*.- •. ".' - ' ;V v\-.v* . *4W•v""'>"'::-■ ■ .•; —'v>wi "' i ■ ii I THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as 89 ond-class mail matter, Sept. 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 Editor Assistant Editors—Walter Moore, Ruby Dunn, Lois Black and J. B. Smith. Assistant Business Mgr.—Geo. Mitchell. W. C. Sparks.. .Ass't Business Manager T. P. Haynie... .Ass't. Circulation Mgr. EDITORIALS Song books arc made to sing out of, and not to be used as a brick for shav- ing your neighbor's head. The rows of empty benches at the Frost recital last Saturday night is di- rect proof that a smart man is never ap- preciated until after ...

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

GAROOS PLOW MOD v IN WIN OVEB PIRATES ®1k( -i m?* ■ m ■ >r.V... •^1T:' &t \3 r-$x& ./'U | ' S$< .2 (Continued from page f.) T Goodrich Camp ..., Hawkins f • "x Foster .. Lyons ... Magee .. Left guard - Center - Eight guard Bight tackle ^ Bight end Bollins .'. Chawford ..... Mays ..... Smith Touchstone HU1 k Left half Watt.erston Franka Bight half Skipworth Mollis ; *Fullback HYDBB B. BOLLINS EDITS BOOK OF ENGLISH BALLADS (Continued from page one) i journalists of wit and talent like Mar- tin Parker, who signs sixteen of the bal- lads and is distinctly the laureate of the collection. The book as a whole is high- ly readable and diverting, and not a lit- tle instructive. "The woodcuts reproduced add niueh jto the value of the book (one wishes it' had been possible to include them all). The fine one, representing a conjurer n his circle raising the devil, which ap- pears at the head of Martin Parker's in- teresting historical ballad, 'The Tragedy of Dr. Lamb' (1628, No. 4...

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

The Central Barber Shop First-Class Tonsorial work and for the be^t of service. W. S. FRASIER, Prop. South Side YOUNG- LADIES OF ANNEX HOLD OPEN HOUSE (Continued from page one) tive then tliey have been in years, and showed off to quite an advantage the improvements which have been made and the individuality of the girls. The rooms were attractively fixed in ging- ham, cretonne and scrim. On fourth floor the guests were met by representatives of Phi Mu, Alpha Delta Pi, Delta Delta Dejta and Zeta Tau Alpha sororities and were conduct- ed to the sorority halls. These hails have been remodeled and newly furnish- ed by the members of the different sor- orities. They' presented a picture of luxury and comfort. Every room and hall in the entire building was open for inspection and the guests were ushered hall to hall by the girls of the Airafx. During the afternoon several hun- dred guests called. In the evening the young gentlemen and the faculty called. The house par- ty consisted of Mr...

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

, 'X Hi SOUTHWESTERN me >'•"••• -~ W 14 * DANIEL BAKER ' 7 f H '■ «* « ' IB PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVI NUMBER 9 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 28, 1922 SOUTHWICK HERE TONIGHT 8:15 HILL BILLIES FALL BEFORE SPEEDY PIRATES 14 TO 7 H.L SOUTHWICK TO READ SHERIDAN'S "THE RIVALS" NOTED LECTURER AND READER TO VISIT SOUTHWESTERN FOR THIRD TIME I W 1 4- ; Henry Lawrence Southwick, president of the Emerson College of Oratory, Bos- ton, will read Sheridan's "The Rivals," in the University auditorium Tuesday evening, November 28th. Southwick is a distinguished classic teacher, orator, and artist, and a brilliant and prominent figure on the lyceum platform. His per- sonality will instantly win the interest of any audience. A man of broad cul- ture, his lectures will bear the test of searching literary criticism. As an in- terpreter Of Shakespeare and a reader he has won an enviable...

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

Rvvi#® •Tpa^SV9! W>-~:yL ■ . ■ fiP «rr- w^z,wm • %- "• wmwww: E**„ .y^r ^sspf^ ■ •■? WWmiw$w:^;A PIPIHHSwKiSSrPWBI^'v & • # r/,P1 . • * ; • - -'.••■• ■ . * t * #-uW-:'«Vu^. ^ ^vT^jh ^ .V '•> & , , .. * v « J * &l ,XL THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as seeond-class mail matter, Sept. 7, 1912, at the poatoffice at George- town, Texas, undyer Act of Congress of Mareh 3, 1911. JOHN W. DUNN Editor-in-Chief GEKARD BOONE Business Manager EDITORIALS Sign in a garage: "Please pay the cash. We charge batteries." How about it, you English sharks? Yon just naturally can't keep a good thing down. That's why Southwestorn's Band is showing off so much nowadays. Don't forget that the Golden Jubilee is to be here in June. TALK IT, WRITE TO YOUTt FRIENDS ABOUT IT, BOOST IT! Why should we bring the "School for Lovers" to Southwestern when all you have to do is to sign up for a course in Canipustry and receive instruction free? Only three more weeks of school in this term. How about those grad...

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

■* . " 'T 'TS£.>' " ■' * '■""•■' ' .'■••■:■ -. ••?; */ •; j®f« .**" ■'■■ '•■ ' \ - ' ■ *j y :jpg *.•-• -.:• ' ■•■•■.■ ,i|*' . +' v' T;. , " - • •' : ; *" V ^. ■+> #•,fv • • n %. tv,MT'.„ '■H W«WWK i > MMI Attention Students {^«f you cannot go to the State-A. & M. Game, come down to Richardson's Book Store Thursday afternoon and hear the returns play by play. We will use a loud speaker. EVERYBODY WELCOME. The Southwestern Radio Laboratory Georgetown, Texas STROUD JACKSON C. A. PAXON LAFFAGRIN Geology Prof: "Please give us the name of the largest diamond." Slime Gordon (tfce morning after the night before;: '"The aeer doctor." Professor Gates: Hare yo« read the ."Last of the Mobieanaf Bluffing Freshman: '*No, sir; but I enjoyed the first part." Jeeo says in "The Campus": '"Judg- ing from the sounds of most university bands there are quite a few in the ranks that are substitootin' for the more fin- ished players." Judge not that yon be not judged, Jeeo. News Ad: Same old b...

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

rF®r m Efe k:, 'vV *♦*" ;** m WfmB %3w The Central Barber Shop i * p First-Glass Tonsorial work and far the be^t of service. | W. S. FRASIER, Prop. South Side TTTT.T. Ttn.T.TIM VAT.T. ®B- rOBE SPEEDY PSIATES 14 7 (Continued from page 1.) the Baker backs who ran forward to break up an expected line play, but the past* to Perrin was a trifle too far. Big Aiken proved a power in the line, especially during the third and fourth quarters. More than once he broke up end runs with losses. Lyons and Magee did moat of the advancing for Southwes- tern, although Captain Kidd went like wildfire during the short time he played. The opening line-up: 8. U. (14) Daniel Baker (7) Perrin '. Denny o • Left en<T p Aiken Coke Left tackle Whitehurst Blair Left guard Goodrich Craig Center Gamp ,... Stringer Bight guard Hawkins > Irby s Bight tackle Poster (e) Witherapoon l Bight end Ljjpns Lamay (e) Quarterback Magee ................ E. Stringer Left half < Watterston White Bight half Skipworth ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 December 1922

WWWi' "•':'' -1-" ••*• [ y'. V, Tj * • iU. -,< - ■& ;. ..«t ■ -> -^/tpjg&t . EXAMS /START SOON ' GET READY PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVI NUMBER 10 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 5, 1922. "i " \ Track Call Answer ^*############## ########< S.U. CLUB ENTERTAINS VISITORS TO HOUSTON PRACTICALLY EVERY GRADUAT- ING CLASS IN HISTORY OF & U. REPRESENTED - More than 100 former Southwestern students attended the banquet given by the Houston Southwestern Club to vis- iting Sou'westerners attending the State Teachers' Convention, at the Bender Hotel on Friday, December 1, at 6:30 p. m. Practically every graduating class in the history of the grand old institution of Methodism was represented at the gathering by one or more former stu- dents, each claiming that his class was the greatest ever graduated. Judge R. E. Brooks acted as toast- master and his witty allusio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 December 1922

THE MEGAPHONE. Entered aa second-class mail .natter, Sept. 7,19)2, at the postoffile at George- town, Tmm, undyer Act of Congress of March S,1*11. JOHN W. DUNN Editor in-Chief GERARD BOONE... .Business Manager EDITORIALS The Mustangs received an excellent currying at, the hands of the Bears, didn't tieyf Somewhere in the vicinity of the city lies a "feir" yards of skin lost during the UPPEBCLA88MEN-fish fight. Every day you hear of new speed rec- ords being made and old marks reduced. Pretty soon they will be reckoning the time in minus qnantities. From news leports there seems to be quite a few people in the United States who want to go "Tiger" hunting with- out going to Africa. 9HB REASON FOB FAILURE JM COLXaBOB You can almost say the same thing nOw about the football dopster in Texas as you do about the so-called weather prophet in the Lone Star States Miss Kirk has been unanimously elect- ed official chaperon for the freshuian presidents, so a headline should read. Mighty nice o...

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

. * ,*v ^ fjs* ■■■.- ..^ ,rV'.^ *' <TB, ' ■• W '•* ■• -f t:"' - J 7* f9r..-"^'- 'T■;•' /' ,'.' ' -J- : >\ \ i'-', r" . ..'-,*l.v* lr-3r"X" • 1 ' ■" '1 'j ^■*'/i,':■ < ''' ?**'■*• "'•■■'■ ■ " ■! «= KLBVKE FAILS BKFOBB SAW JACIHTOS (Continued from page one) I . ■i^r 3?. J. ^ ' . "U.V u en puts 28 to Bishop. San on Alamos' 35-yard line. Two paaaes incomplete. San Jaes for offside. Hereford tackles 4-yard loss as quarter ends. Third Qnaiter. en's first kick goes oat of bounds kick 30 yards to Moore. He re- 8 yards. Dannelley skirts right end far 4 yards. Tw(passes incomplete. Bragg tackled for 2-yard loss. He pants 35 yards to Bowen. He returns 6 yards. Tackled by Jones. Bragg inter- cepts another Alamo pass and raees 9 yards before being stopped. San Jaes use spread formation. Two passes in- complete. Farmer Jones zigzags thru line for 9 yards. Held for downs. Bragg, pants 25 yards to Dare. He returns 4. Bare gains 2 yards over right guard. E. Boreas tackled for 3-yard loss. D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 December 1922

f™ 1 rjsa*£fe4i I llll = '■ : ' •s-.-.'j'X'j === SOUTHWESTERN WINS 28 0 OVER 2ND DIVISION STABS (Continued from page 1.) Ipick. Army completed several passes^ Working the ball to the center of the field, where the Pirates held. Magee went around left end for 10 yards. Kidd substituted for Waterston, went around right end for 25 yards. Army tackled Kidd on 15-yard line. The soldiers took the ball on downs and completed two passed for a total of 45 yards as the half ended. • Third Quarter. Army substituted a number of fresh men. Southwestern kieked off. Wiggs and Slate buck line. Bachtel for Viv- ion. Southwestern blocked a pass and punted to midfield. Eeynolds for Aiken. Army fought with line plunges. Pirates intercepted: pass and Lyons punted to 25-yard limfj. Army attempted to line- plunge the length of the field again. Skipworth intercepted pass, gaining 2S yards. Kidd cireled right end for touchdown. Lyons kieked goal. Score, 14-0. Fourth Quarter. Army's ball on 20-yard line. Arm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 12 December 1922

W" *w* *WtfHGm- 1 ■• ' • • "TPJ&STHt ■• - 31.- * • .'-ffiHHrmp-* • •.WES'%«■«-■• V: " - ■►*>. •-'•>• '■v •_■ .■f .-i''• . \ ; . -1 \ >V ft i f! f i i «;- 'a tr; cto I i Last Chance For Your Picture She ifUuwulimic PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OP SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XVI NUMBER 11 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 12, 1922. E1JT Pla. Here- Monday I#########################* "TAMING OF THE SHREW" TO BE PRESENTED SOON COMPANY OF ELIZABETHAN ART- ISTS TO ACT SHAKESPEARIAN COMEDY DECEMBER 18 Pierre Pelletier presents The Eliza- bethan Players in Shakespeare's "The Taimng of the Shrew", In the Univer- sity auditorium Monday evening, Dee. 18. This delightful attraction is being brought to Southwestern under the sponsorship of the Public Speaking De- partment of the Universitw and is not to be one of the regular lyceum num- bers. t . The play that will be presented, "The Taming of the Shrew", in it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 12 December 1922

.jr • f* >f 'TpU^ 'HONE. Ftlass mail matter, Te postofBee at George- Iyer Act of Congress of JUNN Editor-in-Chief JOON'E Business Manager titchell. ..Circulation Manager rXyres Associate Editor ffstant Editors—Walter Moore, Ruby [inn, Lois Black and J. B. Smith \V. C. Sparks, Jr Ass't. Bus. Mgr. T. P. Haynie Ass't. Circulation Mgr. Donuer Bracken. .Ass't Circulation Mgr. Clippings "At a meeting of the basketball squad last Monday night, Roy Needham, for- ward, last year's captain, was re-elected to captain the 1922-23 Bear Cat basket- ball team. "Darkhorse" is now playing his third year on the Normal team and has proven himself to be one of the most ( brilliant basketeers ever to don the Bear Cat uniform.—The Houstonian. Experiments being conducted by the engineering research division of the Bu- reau of Economic Geology and Technol- ogy of the University are being recog- nized by the Aerican Society of En- gineers. In the Heating and Ventilat- ing Engineer's Guide of 1922 there a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 12 December 1922

mmm Maple Marmalade Cake Cheese Crackers ZETA TAU Molded Potatoes lee Cream Demi tasse PlPI PHI MU Wm .t,. i Phi Ma Sorority entertained with a . banquet last Saturday evening, Decem- ber 9th, at the hope of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Magee. The banquet table was U-shaped, being arranged in the spa- cious living room. The table was artis- tically decorated by Pillits of Houston, and presented a winter snow scene of kewpies dressed in winter costumes ar- ranged among snow embankments and on ice-covered lakes. I nth'e center of the table was placed a merry crowd of kewpies among snow-covered trees sur- rounded-by a large embankment of sf? snow. The sorority's colors were carried out in tfate white snow scenes, rose candles with shades in cut glass holders, and in y the rose nut cups. The guests found / their places by means of a dainty rose place card, and the girls at their places attractive hand-painted wooden French dolls supporting bud vases. Miss Lois Black, acting as toastmis- tress, ga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 12 December 1922

STUDENT ACTIVITIES WHAT THE Y. ML C A. . MEANS TO 80UTHWESTEBH When the T. M. C. A. is mentioned we think, too often, of the work done daring the World War and too little of the work that is bieing done at present. It is true that the Y. M. C. A. did a grand work during the war, but its work did not stop with the end of the war. The influence of the organization has spread throughout the nation and at present we have organizations in all the important towns of the nation. In Southwestern we have a local Y. M. 0. A. who's purpose is to uphold the morals of the school and to furnish for the young men of the school not only- some forms of moral training but also forms of wholesome amusement. The Y. M. C. A. fills a place in the student activities of the school that no other or- ganization could or would fill. And it is the duty of every loyal Southwestern student to uphold the standards of this body of Christian students who are striving for higher and nobler things in our school. It i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 December 1922

Christmas iHrpnuhonr PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Happy New Year ESTABLISHED 1907 VOLUM3 XVI GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 19. 1922. SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER £2 CHRISTMAS GREETINGS TO SOUTHWESTERN STUDENTS REFLECTIONS PRESIDENT HORN SOUNDS NOTE I OF GENUINE FEELING REGARD ING WORLD CONDITIONS i The President of Southwestern Uni- versity sends heartiest Christmas Greet- ings to ever ystudent n; d former stu- dent, and every member of the faculty and former member of the faculty of Southwestern University. The Christmas season commemorates the coming of the Prince of Peace. It is the time bf year when all hatred should ,c,ease and all animosities should be Iai</ aside. Unless the Christmas sea- son is the time of genuine peace on earth and good will toward men, it miss- es the beauty of the chorus which tbe angels sang. This particular Christmas comes at a J time when there is pre-eminent need for I the teaching of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 December 1922

THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail, matter, Sept. 7, 1912, at the postoflice at George- town, Texas, undyer Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. JOHN W. DUNN Editor-in-Chief GERARD BOONE... .Business Manager George Mitchell.. .Circulation Manager W. L. Ayres Associate Editor Assistant Editors—Walter -Moore, Ruby Dunn, Lois Black and J. B. Smith W. Sparks, Jr Ass't. BuA Mgr. T. P. Hay nie... .Ass't. Circulation Mgr. Donner Bracken. .Ass't Circulation Mgr. EDITORIALS most from your college life that you should I Perhaps you will not make 90 in every subject this term, but if you've tried to do your best what more can be expected? If you have made mistakes, this is iio time to worry over them. The | educated man is he who sees his mis- j takes and avoids them in the future. Tradition says that we should make New Year's resolutions. But why make them and then break then;? Live well today and tomorrow will take care of itself. Don't blame the college prof for those grades; blame yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 December 1922

SEASON OPENS DEC. SO—FHATES FLAT FODTROAMES With ttt don of the mum in loot' ball, ittntkm m tanriag to the pn facte for BmM Ball, Tnuk and But JbafI tew. Coach Gardner, who jwrt returned from a meeting of the T. I. A. A. coaches in Ball: itre—w schedules for tfie Pirate teams. Opening tEu> season on December 20, the Pirate basket ball ftan play {he Y. M. JU. A. at Baa Antonio, fillnriag this game, there are irrcakai games to be Ifcjred according* to the present scked ale, tea of which will be played at The team will make toar trips aeasoa, going to Stoi Antonio, \natin and San Marm tor Poor giiB ) two at Baa An- d two at Hoaatoa will be played aiai Ckridaa^ aad following the holi- days the Pirate* wiU hare their first T. L A. A. game ea Jan. 8. The will dose Tck 21, whea the Pirate* go to tifca Marcos to play the Baa JUarcee TRACK SEASON OPENS MARCH Met* oa the caleader the Pirate track team, the seasoa will with a meet with T«n% at DL (to April 5 will ft at Georgetown wife St. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 December 1922

MHMRMBMHI s Pirate attack this year. He r ramming the line for short and punted- on a j>ar with every r in ihe State. an open play, ftlagee was the most ;rous man in Texas, Long runs w a habit with him. One of the >f these was his 30-yard run in the two minutes of play against Texas, rorth was troubled this season with ies, but with better luck next year d make a strong fullback. "Cap- Kidd will lie a man who will be to keep off the team next fall, is one of tlie fastest on the cinder and he lias carried this speed into ridiorn. Under tue tutage of Uard- le lias develofieil a tricky side-step ilthough playing in but few games 4 a sensation, nartor and Dixon, fible this year, will he on lor the 'ield next season. Among the new Bobertson and l ragjr, will have a chance. dE OLI) LINK WILL Ith H.\rK. rdner will have four veteran ends, ;r, IJIlis, Ferrin, and Koacli. At r,,Goodrich will return to pass the Whiteliurst anil Wray will also H to assist in the tilling of this and will s...

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