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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 21 January 1919

t1 '•$?$ A 1 / c 1 > ANNEX HAS DINNER FOR MISS SANDERS (Continued from pags one) by no means be complete without some reference to her as a freshman Englisl^ teacher. She haa given back many theme with those familiar red marks' marring the surface. 'What fori' the pouting freshman inquires. Why, a misspelled word, of course. She has warned us repeatedly against the com- ma blunder, and threatened any repe- tition of such a fault with a G or even a D; but her teaching has not ended here, for she has shown us the misspell- ed words in our living and has taught us to really find ourselves. She has warned us against the comma blunder of life—that is, the leaving off of some work only half accomplished and thus entering upon a new task. So here's to English 2, 4 and 6, Some of us flunked, oh, yes, that *s true, But 'twas not her fault, for we know we are sticks, So here's further success, Miss Sanders, to you." - w Miss Margaret Harkey, who has been one of the fortunate ones who has o...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 21 January 1919

Wm. I i Kf •• nffl, PPI W TT INTERESTING PROGRAM CENTENARY MOVEMENT pies of the world are unready for dem- ocracy. Nothing can meet the problem of making them ready but Christian missions, and in that solution our church with its world wide program is taking the lead." Another voice spoke up,'' Vyhat is the desired result!'''' The Centehary Movement' proposes nothing less than the reaching of the last man with the gospel. Its scheme ignores every lino of cleavage in human society —race, nationality, education, and oc- cupation," was the answer. One of our new girls then asked, "What part has a Methodist college girl in this movement I" Her mind was clear at once oir the subject when this evcellent answer was given: "We are a part of the laymen of the church. The day has come when church progress is made by the laymen and not by the pastors, though certainly directed by them. It is the privilege and responsibility of. each of you to assume your place in the enlisting of an army of Me...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 28 January 1919

[J u, Id W ll ■■; It SPECIAL PEOOBAM AT & 8. NEW OEOHE8TBA BOOKS HAVE ARRIVED. HELP MAKE A 100 9B& CENT ATTENDANCE hu^-. THE STRONG BASKET- BALL DECATUR TEAM HERE THURSDAY. . S. M U. ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NEXT WEEK >.'.y • 'JjiB;® PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY VOLUME xn GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JAIUARY 28, 1919. NUMBER 16 DR. CODY CONDUCTED CHAPEL JAN. 22 - .. I His Fortieth Anniversary In Southwestern—Honored By Student Body Last Wednesday morfiing, when we gathered fbr our regular chapel exer- cises, as Dr. Cgdy appeared upon the platform, the students arose and give fifteen loud rahs for Dr. Cody. Dr. Pegues then introduced him to the student body, not that he needed an introuction for, as Dr. Pegues said, he does not need an introuction to any audience in Texas. He said that Dr. Cody would conduct chapel for us upon the anniversary of his entrance into Southwestern forty years ago. After t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 28 January 1919

m ■'■t i ■*\U THE MEGAPHONE. Cntered as second-class mail matter, September 27, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under of Con- gress of March 3, 1911. Gayle Waldrop Editor-in-Chief George W. Truitt... .Business Manager MISS INEZ AYRES Issue Editor u The Editor-in-Chief has been at fault in not calling the attention of the stu- dent body before now to the fact that a member of the staff is issuing the pa- per each week. Two such issues have appeared—this is the third. The plan is to have the staff members try out their latent possibilities and original idoas, lending freshness and "punch" to the college weekly. These editions will doubtless be followed by the class editions. The editor of this issue was so unfortunate as to be obliged to print her own picture and write-up—a thing that might have been a source of much embarrassment to her had she known it. The Editor-in-Chief assumes all re- sponsibility for putting the said article in the paper and further affirms that s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 28 January 1919

• ■ ! V m Our Annual llndermuslin and White Sale Begins Saturday Feb. l^t and will Continue for One Week Great Bargaihs in beau- tiful Underwear at this .Sale. * Special Offerings in WHITE GOODS. Georgetown, ' Texas Y. iff. C. A. ENROLLS 100 PER CENT OF MEN OF S. U. With every man in the University enrolled for a common cause, the Y. W. C. A. of Southwestern itf planning for a work which far surpasses anything ever attempted before. The interest manifested by the boys in thus endors- ing the principles for which the organ- ization stands, is also shown by the willingntess of the boys to take part in the various phases of the work. More than half of the boys attended the second of the group meetings Thurs- day night. This is an especially en- couraging report, since the group to which most of the basketball boys be- long did not because of the absence of so many of its members. With this group again in line and with the in- creased interest manifested in the stud- ies, the boys expec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 28 January 1919

m I 1 ShmsERSmw PIBWW-pv^^ V© Ak- • " ' ' V" Jf •TO ? s«i • . . • ■ . . ■ . «-..■ j', • ■t.'T V • > U '• ' ' 1 ™* Wv . • • ,*•>•• jags*/ V • i ^nt-t i- v-V " = *■;, , * * - « ■!■•.■'■ - "•ftW'PB OPECIFY any delivery that ^ meets your own convenience— but be sure to Select the Pattern for your Spring Clothes Today. © Then you will Have the pick of Ed. V. Price* & Co.'s entire line of beau- tiful woolens now being shown by The Toggery The College Man's Store SAN JACINTO SOCIETY ELECTS DEBATERS - Over thirty San Jaes wore present for the meeting Monday morning and the old-time fire and reputed San Jac pep was manifested throughout the en- tire program. In order that no good material be overlooked for the Brooks Prize and Intermediate debates,we resolved our- selves into a congressional body and threw the house open to discussion upon a bill introduced by Senator Lov6 that the girls of the University be admitted into the society. About eighteen speech- es were made on this que...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 February 1919

< -fit ■ • ' .wi*.. ■ -1 u," '. >)S"."''. * *' ' v •r 1 • T^v* u the ptbate ba8keteeb8 play s. m. u. wednes- day and thursday be present. this athletic edition beoobd8 the important news of the year- ushers in baseball published every tuesday durcto the school year by the students' association of southwestern university volume zn georgetown, texas, tuesday, february 4, 1919. number 17 i SOUTHWESTERN'S BASE BALL PROSPECTS GOOD Without any needless or thoughtless optimism, Southwestern has the most {promising chances for a winning base- ball aggregation this spring than she has had in the past two years. We will miss the shining stars, McDaniel, Mat- lock, Walker and Brewer, bu^.with the eight letter men returned thus far, the outlook is very bright. Besides the eight letter men that are here there are thirty other baseball aspirants, most of who " have good high school and junior college records. It is hoped that every « man who makes the team will have to fight for it. New men...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 February 1919

K C'- V 6fcife® * W IPBWWIWPHF^'- ■ ■ n__^_ ••.■■' v <Jrrr': 1 - 1 > s - ."- • V ' ' - •"«M /'i THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, September 27, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1911. Gayle Waldrop Editor-in-Chief George W. Truitt. .. .Business Manager STAFF Chas. W. Pepper General Assistant E. G. Mood, Jr Assistant Editor B. A. Love Assistant Editor Inez Ayres .Assistant Editor Berna Sillure Assistant Editor Ersyl Battle Assistant Editor Lucile SnipjjB Assistant Editor Esten Wilhngham.". . .Assistant Manatrpr Margaret Harkey.. . .^ssistant Manager A gymnasium in our hands if we do our part! And Southwestern surely needs one. Co-operation and school loy- alty will mean that Southwestern^ ath- letic. future will be assured. Everybody is in on this—everybody is backing up those enthusiastic persons who are pro- posing and planning Southwestern's fu- ture. Then the gymnasium will be ready for football in September....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 February 1919

& J Y. W.C. A. INTERCESSORY PROGRAM FOR AFRICA - 1 - i . • r J v ■i ft m f; . Sunday afternoon at lunch each girl found, a tiny negro baby at hor place with announcement written upon it in white, " 'Nigger' Program at Y. W. C. iA. February 2." Our curios'ty was aroused again when a little negro hoy marched solemnly about the dining room bearing this notice iu huge let- ters: "See me at the Y. W, 0. A." and the girls heartily applauded this little child of Africa. With such fore- runners. as these the girls crowded into the Y. W. C. A. room to hear the pro- gram on Africa. ©ur leader for the evening waa Miss Conchita Rodriguez. After silent pray- er, she announced the hymn, "I Love to Tell the Story." Helen Hitchcock led in prayer, then Misses FraucoB Wright and Helen Oatman sang •' Whis- pering HopdT" Mrs. Feemster, who is well informed on Africa and who has its interest deeply at heart, spoke the following helpful words: MRS. FEEMSTER'S TALK If anyone should ask you about vari-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 February 1919

V J •'W 5 I TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESSjiSSOCIATION Annual Meeting at 0. I. A. April 10th and 11th—Southwestern the Host in 1920 The local Press Club will be orgau iced following the elections of Febru- ary 12th. Plans will then be perfected and arrangements made for Southwes- tern's re-entrance into the T. I. P. A. and for a large delegation to represent the college at the annual State Con- vention which is to be held at Denton April 10th and 11th, with C. I. A. as the hostess. , At least three representatives will go from Southwestern, this number be- ing required in order that the institu- tion shall not lose its place in rotation on the list of hosts of the Association. According to the constitution of the T. I. Pi A. Southwestern follows C.l.A. "The object of this Association,'' to quote Article II of the Constitution, "shall be to improve college journal ism and to bring college publications and editors into closer and more vital relationship with each other." "Four prizes sha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 February 1919

I 1$JM - I M i I r* (~'i. ' y I •* I, • I mirA>* 3L ** ■-'* V*~ , {i r " ik, " ijPsfflK T' . rV. ft- ' * h. I ■ £ "H ■ S, !v' • •if' C'u- I. A * \ .. 1 I'.. (■ * i' We Want the Students to Visit Us We are here to give you the best service you can get in Confectionery -- line and Cafe Made and Be^t Package JACOB'S, NORRIS, YASSARS Hot arid Cold Drinks Short Orders Try Our Club House Sandwiches Phone ,289 < Phone 289 ' is :' . LIEUT. REUBEN BIGGS SPEAKS IN CHAPEL Southwestern Flyer Tells of Over- seas Experiences While Fighting Boches Friday morning Lieut. Reuhen Biggs,, former Southwestern student, who left Southwestern to beeome a member of the first Officers' Training Camp at Leon Springs in 1917, spoke in chapel about his experiences in France. Lieut. Biggs was in Southwestern in 1915, 1916 and 1917, where he was a popular student and track enthusiast. In the spring of 1917 he left for Leon Springs where he won his gold bars, which he had since exchanged for the silver. He h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 February 1919

•4. ■ r^V; . !P^ -• • • ^ -••V v *wm %i - . ;• Off*.; ■ * fto- ■ '■• ~ ■' "* '■' '' i "' ' • * 'TrJv V''j? " ^4 «* *• V - ' fl '•• I •♦•: w k-; 1 iV) •* vO \ DOYLE FARBINOTON MEETS WITH ACCIDENT (Continued from pags one) tainly hope you are doing nieely. I never realized how much you have gone through with until now, and yet you have certainly been a brave little lad. You would be very much amused at ■ome of these big strong men, the way they take on; while others, with very serious cases, are very nice and quiet. Prance is a wonderful country and I know you would enjoy visiting it, as there are some very interesting things to see, among which are some very old buildings, and ■ they are wonderful in their lines of beautiful artistical curves and arches. I have visited many of these, also some very pretty cemeteries. I have met some very interesting Frftuch people and they treat me fine. I am in Bordeaux, France, a very large city. We are doing M. P. work. While on duty on theb ridge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 February 1919

m LAST BASKETBALL GAME OF '10 SEASON NEXT MON- . DAY WITH THE BATLOB BEABS ON HOME OOUBT. COURIERS BEARING NEWS OF SUCCESS AND NEAB SUCCESS GO HOME THIS WEEK;MID TERM GRADES I X 0 ' '. "v"'' PUBLISHED EVEEY TUESDAY DUBINQ THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY VOLUME xn ' - -i GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1919. NUMBER 18 SOUTHWESTESN TO HONOR HER MEN IN SERVICE February 22nd is date set for memorial . service for South western's soldiers. i •'«"*- HmP f ! y I I • ® v. ^ _ Ife A program is being arranged the de- tails of which will be announced soon, for a memorial service in honor of and in-respect to the men of Southwestern, both those who have made the final. sac- rifice and those who have done the ser- vice and discharged the obligations plac- ed upon them. Studeftts and faculty will join in making this a memorable occa- sion. It is a fitting coincidence that this service should be the anniversary of the presentation to the University ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 February 1919

-V 'ill. UaAfell' (f'tv fe>! •v w. V /* • ' '.'* •>. .->' ■m- ill U$f*? *!V #:, V ■'.. X THE MEGAPHONE. Gayle Waldrop Editor-in-Chief George W. Truitt... .Business Manager Entered as second-class mail matter, Beptember 27, 1912, at the postoflice at Georgetown,, Texas, under Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1911. The often dreaded and seldom serious six weeks tests have come and—we are alive as yet, health unimpaired. How- ever, the grades have yet to '' come home." May no complications arise or difficulties develop over their receipt at headquarters. A large majority, per- haps all of us, are comfortable quarter- ed in our own habits and ready to re- main as the armistice of last week has left us. But just now, to carry the fig- ure out, there is little need for a stay in the old trenches. The army of occu- pation has advanced into Germany— most of the other divisions are doing re- construction work preparatory/to a re- turn home. There is no cessation of work, no slackening ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 February 1919

\ *■ A.« • ' • -4- T 1 * r & ALEX SWEETS We Want the Students to Visit Us We are here to give you the best service you can get in Confectionery line and Cafe -H} Fresh Home Made and Be^t Package Candies JACOB'S, NORRIS, VASSARS Hot and Cold Drinks Short Orders Try Our Club House Sandwiches Phone 289 m Alex Sweets Phone 289 come to sunday school! What a delightful and comfy sensa- tion it gives you after a rather brisk walk, or run, on a sure enough winter morning when the wind freezes your very breath, to be blown by that same biting north wind right into a warm, cozy Sunday school room! There you find a great number of students who have braved the cold standing around talking and warming their frozen fin- gers. And the ever-faithful o^cheptra that never freezes up, greets you with its song practice. By the time you are warm you feel like joining the arches- tra in some live singing. And we have some 'new books, too—"Joy to the World," with some real joy songs. Sun- day Dr. Godb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 February 1919

i T ... You c&n duplicate a^uit-price any place but^PRlCE -/"U I T only one pla.ce THE TOGGERY The College Man's Store SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY OF SOUTHWESTERN U. The Scholarship Society of Southwest- ern University was founded at the insti- gation of Dr. C. M. Bishop, Dr. J. L. McGhee and Prof. Robert J. Eddy on April 24, 1015. It Was an organization composed of both students and faculty members and had as its object the en- couragement and promotion of scholar- ship and high character among its mem- bers and among the other students of Southwestern. Each member, pledged himself to use all his influence to en- courage the observance of worthy stand- ard of personal conduct and the cultiva- tion of a worthy college spirit, and to do everything in his power to promote the highest interests of Southwestern University, With this aim in view the Scholar- ship Society was organized with a mem- bership of three faculty members and ' fifteen students. Mr. 6. W. Moeruer was elected president...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 February 1919

"r,;> v year than 1 p\ , .fern in many ■HftfiW.: BBppHMPI ; lllljlli One bright mofyiiig, tin- name ''Sei iors '18" shone fjSvtlii «| lartre "lett ers on f of t,li..i "I.Ltjt.le 8t«r' lit on thin, but mo talk win* heard when tije name! ;ij i^tnvrccl Uiyilu ti'jfoji "tlu aok of the power ntrasft iml on Moo.r Hi.tl. The fcasmes* of the '■'.mighty Seniors wan certainly :ontrast nod iilso how-^aasy it wtt8-to.i?et ahead of thorn ami %5'A.t the first class of - 7', W University suffered ailose ot: many 4 • -- --'cje, long |ifi ium'-iif rj|iamlf|fTOi) upper- . - ussfnen certainly showed' themselves '■| ry|n^Ou ^ established and .-.vre not ttoubled irefr was Th«r firming event of. the Freshman party. Many rw S made concerning decorations, je- rinents and amusement 9 and many the 9d1.fe.mfeH thought out to "itvori In their att<fmpt ; <tjb be rty. Nevw1.hele.s8, they 1 full force, hut we were hem and; they behaved ex- and went away at wM ' * Fish"Were pretty good Freshman edition of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 February 1919

• ' ' Wm ft ;i j. t ■ «Sm • " IS mm ! s> • „ t f%"{i KB - ' . • t •• •' - * '. I' .11.11.. I. I. .11 " .1 v , 1 J 1 ■ , , . I. — |r.. , . > —~ -•>= ♦ fiffl a* 27, MJJBj At the DOBtOttl _ getown, Texas, und#r Act of *« . of March 3, ftll. "wv1 '* I.' 1 '||||. !■" Con- SOPHOMORE STAFF. Ch s. w. Pepper. Editor-in-Chief R. G. Mood, Jr., and Lucile Snipes.. • * i V. f.general Assistants Assistant Editors—Carroll Pope, Orgain -.QMcCullough, Flenoyd FosteV^M. L. Rendleman, John Jjowe, Loral ne Mar- FEES m mi -■ niail matter, W M. j. mm #w seldom eni yVf do not iebe 8 % refer to stu- dents who are here in their fiat, year, and, although imey *hould know J|ght g seldom enljghten others .by their knowledge ol any sen PPK to their superiors but We include those Seniors, fuuiors or So mom w ho tihow an utter disregard ftr shall, Ersyl Battle, Laurj. Courtney, 't u tune jea^inere-curim *** -zz'ytz'tiz: Assistant Manageis--Jessie Glenn Bui- Pu^time between ten,awttej ?, lock, Bob Love, W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 February 1919

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 February 1919

mm -u~j mi mil ii.npiiuu DEPOT BRIGADE. . There i no deiivTup the factvth*' te Depot Bri/ade is one .«i© t ractieaHy aH eS then* wewUHsra room j the, third floor and a# an example &f quietness an.l fuuod behavior the nection *Sew|4MNnNw^*" ro1"® ia uncxcdflefl ey any m" .Mood Hill Their table manners pre beyond re- |jroach, which ia more thaJr.ean b of some who take the^r* AwUivpt .jWfctfS Jgl** %• (4 I Of course there are some * things which will disturb the order of any ©r- gj £uiiuCtioi v a,,<irthet^ wo avfew things # frUttfaftifc m quietness of the I'Brigaders"; As at) illustration the ,• entire membership of the Brigade was jtheir highly raapecM Judge Mixon ras making his formal debut THERE t ■ Hii .Th.-iv's $mm _ hh There's the bo; who dies, And the boy who sigh* do W* share.' ' Thert*'s'the boy that's rough, ord '! V ■ Come" noon it \vi yar-fU^t .. .MA a t KA And th* hay that's tough>' " Ami the b«y who likes to play * 3P%e*« tto mild liajy; ■"■«(* 'Hpl'W*'' * «'"" ...

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