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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 December 1922

LAFFAGRIN V, y Glen Willbern: "How do you like my pictures?" Bright Fish: "They are good pic- tures, but they don't look like you." Miss Kirk: "Why is it that I never find you girls studying when I come to your rooms?" Freshman: "It is on account of your rubber heels." Prof. Godbey: "What eolorless, odor- less, tasteless gas is so abundant and es- sential to human life?" Prodigy Robinson: "Talk." Girl is a particular noun, of lovely gender, lively person and for double numbers. Kissing mood in the immedi- ate tense and the expectant case of mat- rimony, according to the general rule. / Student: "I'll- never in this world get that problem." Prof.: "You won't have a chance in the next." Prof. Carnathan: "Who were the Ja- cobites?" Student: "Sons of Jacob." Isn't it a funny thing that when Cupid hits the mark he generally misses it ? CRAM EXAM FLUNK Trunk! Fish Lemon: "They will have to change that sign NO SMOKING AL- LOWED." John B.: "Why?" Fish L.: "Did you ever hear of any one smoki...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 December 1922

GOLDEN SOU'WESTER" TO REVIEW SCHOOL HISTORY (Continued from page I.) AMPLE ENTERTAINMENT FOR VISITORS TO JUBILEE (Continued from I'a<:e 1.) plans t'or the kouk are .near maturity and the contracts for tlie work have been placed. The Southwestern En graving Company of Fort Worth will do the engraving and the Hugh Stevens Company of Jefferson City, Mo., will print the year hook. Whi't better prog- ress could be dreamed of? The editor and his staff are iluing all in their power to make it a suo-ess and now the re- mainder of the burden lies on the shoul- ders of the students. Let each student ask him or herself the question: Am I willing to do mv part.' Mr. Yivion said: "The one thing that I most <k*sire is that the students will feel that it is their publication and is not a one-man affair: I cannot make it a j success without their co-operation and I suggestions. If at any time anyone has J a suggestion that they feel is for the j good of the publication, I will gladly j accept...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 January 1923

BE LOYAL To Southwestern 1> (Thr iWrnauhunr PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVI NUMBER 13 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JAN. 9, 1923 BE TRUE To Southwestern ##########################« DR. GRANBERY.REVIEWS WORK OF OLD STUDENT ROBT. H. WILLIAMS, FOUNDER OF INSTITUTO DE LAS ESPANAS, RECEIVES RECOGNITION •-v.. It is gratifying to find our Southwes- tern men and women doing big things in the great world. So far as I know, the important work of Robert II. Wil- liams in founding the Instituto de las Espanas, of which he is General Secre- tary, has not yet been noticed in these parts. Mr. Williams is now in Columbia University and has associated with him- self in the Instituto such big men* as John Bassett Moore and William R. Shepherd. The Instituto is a center for the study of Spanish, Portuguese, and Hispano- American culture. It was founded Oct. 1920. A number of important lectures h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 January 1923

THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-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 I GERARD BOONE.. . .Business Manager j Dick Leslie I'roof Reader! George Mitchell. . .Circulation Manager | VV. L. Ayres Associate Editor j Assistant Editors—Walter Moor^, Ruby | Dunn, Lois Black and J. B. Smith W. C. Sparks, Jr Ass't. Bus. Mgr. | T. P. Haynie.... .Ass't. Circulation Mgr. EDITORIALS Back again, students, after a tine hoii- day season to start work on that last long six months' stretch. Make this six months count. Study harrl and you will not regret the effort that you make. Since the beginning of the term many new faces have been seen on the cam- pus. Some are students from other schools, some are new to college life in general, others are old students of Southwestern that have come back to finish up their work. To you all South- western extends cordial greetings and hopes that you will fin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 January 1923

ELECTRIC LIGHTS 42 YEARS OLD SAN JACINTO (Continued from puge 1.) In the first regular meeting of the year the San Jaes chose the leaders of the society for the Winter term. Pre- ceding the business meeting a short pro- gram was rendered consisting of several rather humorous talks by Miss Little, and Messrs. Bishop, Clemants and Car- ter. Although the talks were extempo- raneous, if the society would follow the suggestions of the speakers we can make San Jacinto larger and better this term than ever before. In the business session the following officers were elected: R. E. L. Jones, president; Alvin Secrest, vice president; Elizabeth Little, critic; John G. I'almer, recording secretary; Norman Clemants, financial secretary; Thomas Bishop, cen- sor; Lucille Ingram, corresponding sec- retary; Walter Moore, chaplain; J. B. Smith, Jr., society editor. Following the election of officers a vote of thanks was given the San Jacinto football squad that defeated the Alamo squad in the interso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 9 January 1923

RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT God is indefinable and His ways past finding oat. He gives the sunshine and the rain and blessings untold to the just and the unjust. He leads us through the valleys of sorrow r.nd the vale of shadows and brings us repeatedly to the bliss and pleasure of Pisgah's height. He gathers from earth's harvest field for transplanting in His everlasting Garden and Kingdom the fresh and beautiful young buds and mature blos- soms; and we are made to say with Job, the patient and perfect Patriarch of old, "The Lord has given and the Lord has taken away; blessed be the name of the Lord." Whereas, in the providence r.nd mer- cy of God, a life task "has been finished and a weary and faithful worker has been called from labor to rest; Whereas, the shadow of death has fall- en upon the pathway of one of our num- ber, our beloved brother and friend, E. W. Deckert, and has claimed the dear- est friend that he has ever known on earth and has left a place vacant in his life iiever...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 16 January 1923

***** I Don't Forget the Golden Jubilee SEfrg jWrnauhmtg PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVI NUMBER 19 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JAN. 16, 193/ 3 ******* ********* ***#i #i*^M Did You Get a Ticket ??? • • • *t*********************^ ^^i I \ OLD S. D. STAR SIGNS BIG COACHING CONTRACT AUSTIN COLLEGE SELECTS PETE CAWTHON TO TUTOR 1923-24 ATHLETIC TEAMS SOCIAL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS CHANGES WOULD .MAKE FIRST MONDAY NIGHT OF EACH MONTH SO CIAL NIGHT. (Dallas News) B. W. (Pete Cawthon, now serving his second year as athlotic bead at Ter- rell School here, signed yesterday aft- ernoon a three-year contract as head coaeb of all athletic teams at Austin College, Cawthon, who has been men- tioned recently ip connection with of- fers in various capacities from Texas Christian University and othe^colleges, affixed his signature to the Austin Col- lege agreement after a conference with O. O. Touc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 16 January 1923

THE MEGAPHONE. utered - as second-elass mail matter, t. 7, 1912, at the postoffice at George- n, Texas, undyer Act of Congress of larch 3, 1911. IJOHN W. DUNN Editor-in-Chief IGEBARD BOONE... .Business Manager IW. L. Ayres Associate Editor Assistant Editors—Walter Moore, Ruby Dunn, Loia Black and J. B. Smith (Dick Leslie... Proof Reader George Mitchell.. .Circulation Manager IT. P. Haynie Ass't. Circulation Mgr. 1 W. C. Sparks, Jr Ass't. Bus. Mgr. EDITORIALS SAD BUT TRUE A lop-sided ball is ruled out of the- |baseball game; A lop-sided person is ruled out of the | game of life; If you spend all your time on your | books you are lop-sided • If you spend all your time at play I you are lop-sided. Why not divide your time and be an | A-l ball in the game of life? Elserwhere in The Megaphone there is a recomendation of the committee on [ social organizations composed of facul- ty members that the first Monday night of each month be set aside for entertain- | ments and banquets of frater...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 16 January 1923

n t Societies In one of the moat impressive meet- ings of the society for many months the Ban Jaeinto Literary Society installed the new officers at their regular ses- sion Monday morning. The first num- ber on the program was the installation of the new officers. Following this Major J . 8. Cook the retiring president made a short speeeh in which he told of the many fields of opportunity that lay before the society. In conclusion he pledged his support to the newly elected officers and asfced that every member of the society follow him in this pledge. Then the president-elect gave bis inaugural address in which he laid out the plans for the society dur- ing this term. As loyal San Jaes we should cooperate with the new officers and make this the best term in the his- tory of the society. In the business session that followed Miss Elizabeth Little was appointed chairman of the program committee and Miss Key Morgan chairman of the social committee. Both were given the authority to eho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 16 January 1923

f ' Off | SOME RECENT BOOKS IK THE LIB BABY finterfmrn, F. H. Principles of Cor- tt I>re M. N. Y.: Harper, 1SM4, 245p. [This book contains many helpful suc- tions for the woman who would be dreaaed, making good suggestions rding becomingness in dress, color, uony, an<i the adaptation of styles the wearer. It includes chapters by Worth and f'oiret. Ace. Xo. 1S6S^. tin the Prophet and Other Centen- 8tudies. N. V.; Dutton, 1020. Il'his is a series of articles written in |lt, the centenary of Buskin's birth, writers of the articles include such as John Masefit 1<1, Dean Inge, C. F. terman, J. II. Whitchouse, II. VV. inson, and others. The chapters ■tain such captions as Ruskih and , Raskin the prophet. Buskin as a ^litical economist, Buskin and Shake- re, Some memories of Rusk in, etc. article is a separate and distinct ion of some phose of the life of and each article is very interest- Tbis is not a biography of Buskin |t rather an estimate and a rather in- te estimate. Aee. X...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 23 January 1923

' V Bonucci Friday Night \ ©hriflryaphnnr ( PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 VOLUME XVI GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JAN 23, 1923. SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER £0 ■ <CJ Ross Wednesday Night FAMOUS VIOLINCELUST TO BE HERE FRIDAY NIGHT IS EXPECTED TO PROVE ONE OF THE BEST OF THE LYCEUM ATTRACTIONS OF THE YEAR Southwestern University Lyceum. Com- mittee will present, Italy's foremost Vio- lincellist, Arturio Bonucci, Friday even- ing January 26. The name of Arturo Bonucci is glori- fied in Italian art. Young as it is, it has won the public of Italy, of France, of England and now of America through the perfect virtuosity of this violincel- list. Ilia brilliant career comprises only triumphs and the most exacting critics were favorable to him. He counts but twenty-six years, and he has already reached the culminating point of his career, the like of which others struggle through a whole life time to attain. From h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 23 January 1923

,' i v y w*.pjii5 W! jM^PPPPP^! JM THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, Bept. 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 W. L. Ayres Associate Editor Assistant Editors—Walter Moore, Ruby Dunn, Lois Black and J. B. Smith Dick Leslie /Proof Reader George Mitchell.. .Circulation Manager T. P. Haynie.... Ass't. Circulation Mgr. W. C. Sparks, Jr Ass't. Bus. Mgr. EDITORIALS The other day a small boy asked his mother why God created flies. His moth- er could only reply that they were.neces- sary evils and that we must make the best of the situation by destroying as Why is it that from time to time year after year the students of South- western must be continually reminded of the fact that they are extremely dis- courteous to visiting teams. To an out- sider attending some of our games, it would almost seem that we are nothing but a bunch of uncivilized heathens abso- l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 23 January 1923

\ A 1 I Societies In spite of the determination of '-'oilier Mature to keep the crowd awiiy San Ja- cinto members came in spite of the lain. Major J. S. Cook's solo not only .'nspired the society but pleased then as well. We are always glad to hear Major Cook sing because^ we know that it will be something worth bearing. Following Major Cook's solo Thomas Bishop gave a short talk on how we can make San Jacinto a better society that will have a wider scope of help to all its members. In the tryout for the Brooks Prize de- bate Miss Ruby Dunn and Mr*. .Seal' were selected. The Brooks Prize debate is the most important contest between the two societies and the debaters stjuli feel that a great honor has been confei red on them. The challenge from the Ala- mos to two basketball games was read and accepted. There is a rumor going "The Alamo Literary Society is almost dead." J beg your pardon, the Alamo society yet lives and is reviving with new life. New members are still being added to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 23 January 1923

m+<mm 1 Vilsoi Bros. Shirts They reveal their loveliness by partly concealing it—but you get it in the wear. Wilson Bros. Shirts Vaught & Logan Men's Furnishings MANY DISTINCTIONS MADE DURING FALL TERM (Continued from page one) Ruth Burton—Math. 5-97; History 2:90; Spanish 7-95. Mary Naah Buttery—Math. 5-92; His- tory 2-91; Spanish 1-94. Cornelia Carter—Voice 90. Elizabeth Carter—French 7-90. John Carter—Math. 5-95. Josephine Chacon—Spanish 61-95. Cecil Chancy—Public Speaking 2-90. Gerald Caney—Spanish 61-90. Nannie B. Chumney—Spanish 61-90. Troy Walter Cocke—Physics 152-90. J. S. Cook—Sociology 68-95; Eco. 66- 94; Soc. 151-96. W. Arthur Cox—Math 5-90. Zilpah Daniel—History 65-92; Edu- cation 61-90; Bible 2-93. Henry Dannelley—French 7-95; Philo- sophy 51-90; Edu. 68-95; Bible 4-95. George Davis—French 1-90. Ely Dechert—German 61-95. Amelia Deffeback—Eng. 53-90; Greek 7-94; €hem. 1-92; Soc. 68-94; voice 90. Carrie Denson—Piano 92. John Dunn—Eng. 53-90; Public Speak- ing 63-90...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 January 1923

ft&J STUDY GROUPS Thursday Night 7:00 i Chemical PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVI NUMBER 21 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JAN. 30, 1923. 8:15 M. E. STUDENTS TO HOLD S. U. PROFESSOR LOCATES CONFERENCE HERE FEB. 2-4 j IN SIOUX FALLS, S. D. WILL BE FIRST OF ITS KIND HELD! PROF. PIMIENT A AT ONE TIME IN TEXAS—LARGE ATTEND ANCE EXPECTED The first conference of the Texas Fed- eration of Methodist Students will be held at Southwestern from Friday, Feb. 2, to Sunday, Feb. 4. The conference theme will be "The Possibilities and Re- sponsibilities of a Present Day Chris- tian Student." An outline of- the pro- gram follows: Friday Afternoon Opening service, Rev. Glenn Flinn, Houston, Presiding. 3:30 Song service and prayer—Rev. Abner Sage, Dallas, Conference Song Leader. 3:45 Southwestern's Salutation—Dr. P. W. Horn. 3:55 Response—Student of A. & M. 4:05 -Why Are We Here: An Explana- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 January 1923

IE MEGAPHONE. red ss second-class mail matter, [7, 1912, at the postoffice at George- Texas, undyer Act of Congress of 3, 1911. W. DUNN Editor-in-Chief LRD BOONE... .Business Manager I. Ayres Associate Editor Jtant Editors—Walter Moore, Ruby Lois Black and J. B. Smith Leslie Proof Reader |ge Mitchell...Circulation Manager Haynie.... Ass't. Circulation Mgr. EDITORIALS Man is always in a state of change. Sometimes this change is hardly notice- able. The person who cannot see this change, who cannot even recognize its presence when pointed out to him, is a fool. To curb this change is to defy one of the greatest natural laws, and what will, be the result.' A nation such as the Chinese. And yet there are with- in our midst bodies of men who seek to crush the search for truth, who want to fossilize our civilization, who cannot recognizo that humanity is continually in a process of change. Will they suc- ceed ? If they do, what will be the re- sult DISTINCTIONS FOR THE FALL TERM (Continue...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 January 1923

Special Showing WHAT DO STUDENTS I OF SOUTHWESTERN KNOW ABOUT GEORGETOWN? of New Spring Oxfords For the College Girls Prices $6.50, $7.50, $8.50 THE FAIR Georgetown, Texas SOUTHERN RELAY CONTEST TO BE HELD AT ATLANTA (Continued from page one) place a team of that caliber up against two or thfee teams that have been doing 1 minute, 33 seconds, but in class B they would stand an excellent chance of win- ning. And coupled with this they will get the added experience that runners need so much. Gold medals will be given to each memebr of the winning relay teams in the class A events, while Silver medals will be given the winning relay team in the class B events. Tech Relays will be the half mile, one mile relay, two mile relay, four mile relay, and the Sprint Medley relay in which the first two men run 220 yards, the third 440 yards and the fourth man 880 yards. For the last two or three years Van- derbilt has had the best mile relay teamj in this section of the country, closely followed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 30 January 1923

Vaught & Logan BETTER CLOTHES FOR MEN f now on sale at the Cniverefty office. Or SIOUX TALL*, * X>. The prices are 75er $1.00 and $1.25. (Continued from Page 1.) E. STUDENTS TO HOLD CONFERENCE HERE FEB. 24 (Continued from page 1.) 8:30 Song and prayer service. 8:45 "The Orient"—Rev. S. A. Stewart, „ Hiroshima, Japan. 9:05 Speaker to he secured. 9:05 "Africa"—Speaker to be secured. •:25 "Europe"—Dr. Jno. C. Granbery, Georgetown. 9:45 Quartet, Wesleyan Institute Boys, San Antonio. 9:50 "Latin America"—Bishop Jno. M. Moore, Dallas. 10:15 "Our Neighbor, the Negro"—Prof. E. G. Webb, Austin. 10:35 Song. |0:40 "The Modern City"—Prof. Comer Woodward, Dallas. ll:00 Intermission. |l:10 Song and prayer service. 1:20 "My Country and My Church"— Dr. Stonewall Anderson, Nash- ville, Tenn. Adjournment. Saturday Afternoon. IMer. C. R. Wright, Wacor Presiding. Subject, "Hurdles or Student Sins." 1-.30 Song and prayer service. 8:45 "Indolence, or The Idle Mind"— 8. U. Students' Headquarters Xa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 February 1923

We Want Steam Heat Gitfg jjtegaphmtg PUBLISHED EVEEY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY & ESTABLISHED 1907 VOLUME XVI SIXTEENTH YEAR j NUMBER 22 I GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEB 6, 1 )2., } For the MAIN BUILDING > . v H' CELEBRATED HISTORIAN DELIVERS LECTURE COMMERCE NORMAL DEFEATS S. U. GIRLS From The Wnstebasket WHAT IS FAME, AFTER ALL'' The gt-uvl people of An it ir DODD BRINGS QUESTION OF VITAL INTEREST AND DISCUSSES IT Hi FORCEFUL MANNER PIRATES LOSE THIRD STRAIGHT vein much exercised GAME BY A SCORE OF 29 TO 11 lexas. are whether the ri the Texas Dr. Etodd of the Caiversity of Ckicagw, one of America's- foremost fcistoviaas and bent authorities obi the life off for- mer President Woodrow Wilson, spoke on the subject, "America's Responsibili- ty for the Present Condition off Europe,"* in the University auditorium last Tues- day evening. l>r. E>o«li<ll was introduced t>y [>r. J. C. Grain foery of t he faculty. "T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 February 1923

I. THE MEGAPHONE. IEntered as second-class mail matter, |bept. 7, 1912, at the postoffice at George- town, Texas, undyer Act of Congress of I March 3, lull. I JOHN W. DUNN Editor-in-Chief IGERARD BOONE... .Business Manager VV. L. Ayres Associate Editor | Assistant Editors—Walter Moore, Ruby Dunn, Lois Black and J. B. Smith |Dick Leslie Proof Reader (George Mitchell.. .Circulation Manager IT. P. Haynie Ass't. Circulation Mgr. EDITORIALS STUDENT CONFERENCE For the first time Methodist students (front all of the colleges of the State [have joined in sending delegates to the conference of Methodist students which tvas held at Southwestern Feb. 2-4.- On- Bv approximately seventy-five delegates were expected, but expectations proved false and a total of over 120 delegates reported. Such is the proof of the in- terest that is being taken for uniting the students of Methodism to "fight for ■ ommon causes and to push the work pat is being outlined. Southwestern feels honored that she was per...

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