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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 February 1923

f, WHY THE BLUE BONNET IS OUR STATE FLOWER ( I * 4 The adoption of State flowers wes he- gun in January, 1 by Oklahoma, which selected as its favorite the mistle- toe. After this first step had been taken other States in the T'nion set like move- ments in progress. Elections were held bvt the women's flubs were influential in the choice in nearly every one. In some States the school children took an active interest in it. By 1900 eleven States had chosen their flowers. The movement hail by this time been agitated in Texas. No trouble was found in ehoosing a flower which would be a native of this place and restricted to it. The possibilities included Primroses, Phloxes,, Salvias, Texas Firewheels, Texas Plumes, Rain Lilies, and Indian Paint Brushes. So the problem was not to find a flow- er but select one of the mariv to repre- sent Texas in the flower kingdom. The Goldenrod and Poppy were urged by some. The Goldenrod was too common in other States, however, to be typically exclusive...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 6 February 1923

HSP m§fT*7* <1 ■ v-jy ~y IH'J'.w' rV ' <t I* If you like your gayety gay— Our Shirts and Socks will I match your mood. Vaught & Logan BETTER CLOTHES FOR MEN CHAPEL {SERVICES Tuesday l Alamo Literarv .Society hail charge of tin chajic! services Tuesday. The oh-' ji i t of the servicc was to let the stu-j • lent* of Southwestern know that the lit- j ' I'rai'v sdrii tics in Hie school Were far ; from dead ainl that thcv were doing aj jjrent work. ('. O. Hoatman, president} of the ;ocietyr tin>i charge of the pro-1 gram ami in a short talk lit' toM of the1 work of the society. He then introduced ! the !li>: speaker, L. I). Boatman, who, told f the past of the Alaino Society, i Me toM what it ha<l meant to the school j aiol then gave a few of the plans for j the future. Next Alex (irkinii h gave a ■iiiitar solo. Then the program was'1 closed liv a yell for the Alamos. — Wednesday " WOID being dis- appointed—let The Sun Do Your Printing STAR ★ Grocery * IODIST STUDENTS ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 February 1923

WE STAND FOR A GREATER SOUTHWESTERN! <Ehe Hlpnanbnnp PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVI NUMBER 23. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEB. 13, 1923. WE STAND FOR A GREATER SOUTHWESTERN! PI DELTA EPSILON OPENS 1923 EDITORIAL CONTEST ATTRACTIVE MEDALS OFFERED BY JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY FOR THE BEST EDITORIAL INTERCOLLEGIATE DEBATERS CHOSEN TO REPRESENT S. U. I SAN GABRIEL MELODIES RECEIVES GENEROUS PRAISE Is the college graduate poorly equip- ped physically? Has his bodily devel- opment been neglected because of at- tention to meutal developments Should a new standard of physical fitness be re- quired of every student as a qualifica- tion for a degree? Every male graduate in the United States and Canada has been invited by Pi Delta Epsilon, honorary collegiate journalistic fraternity, to answer these questions. In announcing as the subject for Pi Delta Epsilon's 1922 Intercollegiate Ed-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 February 1923

V > fvt • pr- 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 GEBAKD 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. Jessie Lynn Donald, Ass't Circulation Mgr. W. C. Sparks, Jr Ass't. Bus. Mgr. EDITORIALS AUSTIN AS A CENTER OF CULTURE A city or town may be usually judged by the class of amusements or entertain- ments that it offers to the populace and surrounding country. Perhaps no town of its size in the State has done so much during the past year to bring to this sec- tion of the State such worthwhile at- tractions as Austin, through the untir- ing efforts of different organizations of the capital city. Prominent headliners for the year have been the Dennis- Shawn Danc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 February 1923

m *4 •-#1 J mi gragL. i :£k k Golden Jubilee IN MEMORIAM W. M. Ford (A. B. 1913) has given up j teaching for the more remunerative . profession of banking. He has moved i from Stamford, Texas, to Mora, N. M. I W. D. Blair (A. B. 1914) writes: "I ■wish I could be there June 6-7, but I j am to be in Europe for two months this summer. The Y is sending me to a con- ference of boys' workers to be held in Austria." 1 "I am planning to attend the Jubi- lee."—Robert H. Williams (1915) Col- umbia University, New York. "Mrs. C'rook and 1 are very enthusias- tic about the Home Coming and if it is possible for us to take our young boy out by Jubilee time we will surely be there."—Wilson W. Crook, Dallas. '"I should indeed give a great deal to be able to return to Georgetown to talk over those early days with the class- mates of 1902. But here I am anchored pretty securely in New York. I am chairman of the English Department in one of the city high schools and give some instructin in Columbia Un...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 13 February 1923

FLARE Get Your Spring Suit FROM Vaught & Logan BETTER CLOTHES FOR MEN Not to Be Fooled With lA dusky rookie was doing guard duty Ir the first time. Along came one of Jose officers who wear silver thickens their shoulders. The rookie natural' got excited and flustered. 'Halt!" he yelled and then stopped. 'Well, what are you going to do Jxtt" inquired the Colonel after he had aained on the spot like a graven im- for some seconds. |"I ain't sure, Boss," admitted the rky. Then lie added dangerously: at, by golly, yo' better stan' right bah yo' is till I thinks what it is I'se ine to do." Patronize Our Advertisers Little drops of water Frozen on the walk, Make the naugh.ty adjectives Mix in people's talk. —(With apologies to Longfellow) Valentine Candy at The Alcove. A BUSINESS EDUCATION TOBY'S BISIIESS C0UE6E The High Grade School War Hitfh Grade Stadcnta Bookkeeping. Bank- tog. Shorthand, Type-* "writing. Telegraphy, Penmanship ana ' Academic Depts. Posting, Adding Ma- chines, Calc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 February 1923

4- STAPLES— THE MAGICIAN FRIDAY EVENING PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY established 1907 volume xvi georgetown, texas, tuesday, feb. 20, 1923 sixteenth year number m DO YOU BELIEVE IN AN HONOR SYSTEM? WILLBERN TO PILOT DR. HORN AROUSES SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY INTEREST IN HONOR NEW CONSTITUTION IS ADOPTED I DELIVERS TWO STIRRING TALKS THAT WILL CONFORM TO STATE CONSTITUTION In the election for the ensuing year in the Southwestern University Scholar- ship Society, Glenn D. Willbern of Brackettville, Texas, was elected pres- ident. Mr. Willbern in a Senior and will receive two degrees in June. Oth- er officers elected were: Newton Rob- ison, Georgetown, vice president; Geo. Steinman, Yoakum, corresponding secre- tary;, Zilpah Daniel, Georgetown- record- ing eseretary; John G. Palmer, Khippa, treasurer. Tn order to conform to the constitu- tion of the Texas Federation of Schol- arship Societies that was formed at Southwestern i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 February 1923

7^r • \ \ THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, Hept. 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 . .Ass't Circulation Mgr. j others. What globes from classrooms an<l the stage, THE "HONOR SYSTEM" to spit promiscuously on the floors of the huililings, smoke any time, and place ! ®y Henry Louis Smith, in the building, disturb classes with! InttrodUction. loud talk and laughter, diliberately take j Such words as religiop, democracy,, needed books from the library, break j liberty, honor, chivalry, etc., are incapa- out window lights, carve on the desks, h|e oi< exa,.t definition or delimitation, borrow forever your neighbor's pen or | So wjth t ilat 0f self-discipline and pencil, disfigure the walls and furniture | idealism known as the student "honor of the classrooms? I system." No two campus groups pro- These are only a few things that are J ft.ssiing t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 February 1923

•i" a Students—see Stromberg-Hoffman & Co. —For— Your New Spring Clothing, Shoes, Hose, Hats—everything for the Man or Woman. The Ladies will be especially interested in our Ready-to-W ear Section. New Stetsons and Novelties. Stromberg-Hoffman & Co. YOUR KIND OF A STORE THE HfiMtOR SYSTEM ((Contiimiied ffromi page' frw®} off text-baolfcs,. asiiarttBllj-jiwdlsy afl« ait fife eaairpus emtoaunea,. undies ttlk«i trees,. or am the dJooostajpa off the' (ttillllage toudilkii- iujp*,, aiwaiiti.rii'j' fiii«f uetuani) off tlleim <imn- We-y flew coWlegB- dk «ms om the aamii- piu aire ev«ir LoeltadL Irii iSawemmlki BBaJI!,. swainming wiifilii sfimiientu aft aiffll times anxll opem all nii|jphit,, ama- the axltmiiiniittfiraifii'v a- offices off the ITnaiueTisiittv-.. Tile ffireaii- (1)8114% amtH Beam's offijc.es an ill the ffcKang- roomi betweam ttHeini,. wiifilii adO) thtfiir vaJte- abfo eases,, jurirwiirtw letters; anull iinneplla*>- abfe nec.omils,, filie' vairiwui* stenogpaipJi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 20 February 1923

. . .V > v Jf: 1-FLARE Get Your Spring Suit FROM aught & Logan BETTER CLOTHES FOR MEN PLEDGES OF PI K A. ENTERTAIN _ BOSS CUNNINGHAM HONORED Mrs. John C. Granbery very ehannitag- ly entertained with an informal tea last Thursday afternoon from 4:30 to 6:00 o'clock honoring her house guest, Miss Constance Cunningham of Boston, Mass. Mrs. Granbery and Miss Cunningham worked together in the same canteen in France for the period of a year. It is with great delight that Mrs. Granbery has the pleasure of introducing to her friends such an amiable person. , A most enjoyable occasion it proved with good cheer and bright fires proving quite a contrast to the elements outside. As the old darky said, "A chicken am de mos' useful animal dere is. Yo' can eat him fefoah he am bohn an' after he am dead."—Farmer and Breeder. Slime Moreland has a Typewriter for sale. Mood Hall. Palace Barber Shop, the colloge man's barber shop. Let as frame your pictures. Wilcox Bros. -Send the Megaphone home...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 February 1923

'Zs \ - 1 I Golden Jubilee Edition ®bp jEraapbmte PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 VOLUME XVI SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER ^5. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEB. 27, 1923. 3,000 Strong This Issue #*^############# #^#######< frank dome reviews early school days RECOUNTS DOINGS OF SOME Ol^ OUR OLD PROFESSORS AND MEN ABOUT TOWN "But still will keep A bower quiet for us, and a sleep Full of sweet dreams, and health, and quiet breathing."—Endymion. When I try to summon up the best of Southwestern that has persisted in the beat of myself down the years that have vanished since I left her quiet ways, those lines from Keats enevifably come to mind. When I reflect that 1 am no longer sentimental, but rather cynical, I am [the nnore convinced that >this "bower"* was the finest thing that South- western had to give. I speak of the past, and when I say Southwestern, I mean Georgetown also, for Southwestern and Georgeto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 February 1923

R?-*r '. ■ ' ' '« .' '■ •* '• ' '• *•.. . • V. 'rMr ' 'V'4 '>X''?- '4'vJ?-'l*.'; I'-- Vti- ■'" ,"•<' . r* ! & THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, Sept. 7, 1912, at the postoflicc 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 l>unn, Lois Black and J. IS. Smith. Dick Leslie Proof Reader-i George Mitchell.. .Circulation Manager! T. P. llaynie Ass't. Circulation Mgr.. Jessie Lynn Donald, j Ass't Circulation Mgr. W. C. Sparks, .Jr Ass't. Bus. Mgr. as her greatest treasures the noble man and women that have been trained un- der her supervision for the furthering of the cause of education aud the prog- ress of civilization. THE PROOF OF THE PUDDING EDITORIALS We take pleasure in presenting to you ] the Golden Jubilee edition of The Meg-1 aplioiie. We have endeavored to revive i I in your mind memories of your dear ol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 February 1923

Do You Know Them "f ij,-f & 9- — 8. U. Students' Headquarters for GOOD PRINTING ATLEE PRESS Dlmmitt Bldg. :: Georgetown BOATMAN SPEAKS AT Y. M. C. A. CLAUDE CARIt CODY Dean Emeritus Dr. Cody, the jGrantl Old Man of Southwestern, is the object ot' love and,I reverence by all students, both old and j new of Southwestern. You will want j to renew your friendship with this scholar, gentleman and teacher of your college days. DR. JOHN C. GRANBERY Dr. Granbery is professor of Econom- j ics and Sociology of Southwestern Uni- j versity. He/has only recently been elect- ed to the presidency ot* the Scholarship Societies of Texas. A very important question was pro- pounded to the boys at Y last Sunday evening. C. O. Boatman talked on "What Am 1!" He related the two the- ories concerning the origin of man and said that everyone must choose between following the animal or brute instincts or following the man.with his faculties of reason and will. He showed wherein so many boys give away to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 February 1923

,u "<. I mm i« Finishing Department MILES BROS., Dry Cleaners and Hatters While you are here attending the Golden Jubilee, come to see us* JUBILEE VISITORS WELCOME ATLEE PRESS GOOD PRINTING Dimmitt Bldg. Georgetown GEORGETOWN MAKING AMPLE PREPARATIONS (Continued from page one) will be no cooking going on in private kitchens. Instead, everybody is going to eat at the cafeteria in a temporary structure erected between the Adminis- tration Building and the railroad. Mr. John D. Hughes of Georgetown, the mu- sical gentleman with the flute in the pieeure of the first orchestra, is chair- mar of the committee thae will bring the professional caterer to town, plan the menus and set the prices, so that everybody will be guaranteed something good to eat at a reasonable price. The guests will be transported from place to place in automobiles furnished by the townspeople. Cars will be sta- tioned at the university, the public square and the railroad stations, so that no matter, where one fi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 February 1923

"The Be^l in Drug Store Goods The Best in Drug Store Service" Mclnnis Drug Co. The Rexall Store Phone 78 Eastman Kodaks Johnston's Candies & Everything the Student Wants will be Found at © •Of) Mclnnis Drug Co No. 2 At the University The Students Store Southwestern Station P. O. SOUTHWESTERN EXTENDS INVITATION TO ALL HER CHILDREN AND FRIENDS (Continued from p&ge one) and women arq needed. Now she is asking all these children to come back home once more, fc?he wp;its to see them. She wants to know how they liavo fared: to learn of their suc- cesses, their failures, their joys, their sorrows. She wants them to realize the great common brotherhood and sisterhood of service to which they all belong. There are those of them to whom this call will come, and they will respond. They will come from every city, town, hamlet and country district in the great State of Texas; they will come from many other states as well. There will be speaking and music and old time college spirit. Ther...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 February 1923

% i i lX H. CTHr> 8. U. Studeata* Headquarters for GOOD PRINTING ATLEE PRESS Dim mitt Bldg. :: Georgetown "3B^-^z^sssm^2za^ tff*m? Mi m.3W — ■ ■ :~r * '•*• ir:yTr,f. REVIVAL CAMPAIGN IN APRIL The revival compaign will bogiu at the Methodist Chureh the first or see- oikI Sunday in April. This will probab- ly be the most convenient time of the vear. Arrangements are being made to secure such help as niav be needed. We shall probably be able to announce next Sunday the exact time for the beginning of the revival, and also the name of the pastor who will assist. The month hi March should be a time of preparation. Please keep in mind the hours of ser- vice: Preaching, 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sudnav School at Church and Univer- sity at 0:4.3 a. m. Epworth eLague 6:3<i p. m. Mid-week" service 7:30 p. m. Wednes- day. The teacher-training course has been postponed until next week. Thos£ desir- ing to take the course are requested to meet at church Sunday afternoon at 3 for enrollmen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 February 1923

* 1 HISTORY Of THE OLD PREP BUILDING EARLY DAYS SAW PEOPLE ENTHU- SIASTIC OVER COLLEGE AND ITS LOCATION (By C. C. Cody in Williamson County ■ Sun.) The building that has been torn down to make place for the new school build- ing, which with modern style of archi- tecture and it attractive appointments, will take away an old landmark that has stood for more than half a century. It has had history and has helped to make history. After the civil war and the trying days of reconstruction when Texas was draw- ing many immigrants to its broad prair- ies and the people turned their minds to education. Fathers and mothers thought much of their growing sons and daughters. A good school would be a special attraction to any man seeking a liome in this state.: Georgetown had a school but nothing conspicious. This matter was fruited with growing inter- est. It began to take definite form in the closing weeks of 186!). The forward looking men of the town talked College. Steps were taken to organi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 February 1923

f^P*. '•T",syT' ■' * h®* ijJri * W,t fe> I 1 ■B m aghg&; "■' ■ Tr * PENCIL STRIPES . Jubilee Clothes FROM Vaught & Logan BETTER CLOTHES FOR MEN FRANK DOBIE REVIEWS EARLY SCHOOL DAYS (Continued from Page L) Devur '.-j livery hacks—as autedilavi&n now, and as savory to. tlie imagination,, as tlie London mail coaches on tlie Great North Road in the eighteenth century— swept back and forth with clatter that only accentuated Che stillness. Along the long avenue the trees east their shadows, and it seems to me now that the change j their shadows maiie was the liveliest mo- tion in the way, though Dr. Cody's old raon-flanked horse and Dr. A1 Ien's "Cricket'' aind Professor Young's im- ponderable hoofed stallion will forever in memory trot with piiaeton and surrey and1 buggy down that loved street. A part of .Southwestern and George- town, too, is tlie San Gabriel1, How many times I idled beside rt to> murmur: "Ne'er saw I,. never felt I, a calm so deepf r The river gtidet...

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

NOT WHAT BUT WHO Slip? fHenaplpme FDXL1IHSD EVERT TUESDAY THE SCHOOL TEAK BT THE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN niVBMR ESTABLISHED 1907 nXTBEkTB TEAS NOT WHAT Bl)T WHO VOLUME XVI BUHBER " GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAR S, 1923. TR1 DELTA PLEDGES OYE PARTY MNDAY GTHKAinW AMD HOME OT MISS LAlWCfJ.E ENOCHS SCENES OF FESTIVITIES Miranda Brown and Si Perkins,. Slim. Green and Sally Doolittle, Eliaha Ker- shaw and Marianna Daff were- some of the distinguished characters who had prominent parts in the County Fair giv- en by the Pledges of Delta Delta Delta at the Gymnasium Monday night. Hi- larious laughter and eager anticipation characterized the gay bunch of farmers and country belles who boarded the Gymnasium-bound wagon at btalf-past eight. The- fraternity colors of silver, gold and blue were carried out in. the myri- ads of streamers which were arranged in a maze all over the Gymnasiunu Hay scattered around, with plenty of bales for chairs, made the farmers feel at home. See-sa...

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

f ■' THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-elass mail matter, Sept. T, 1912, at the postoffiee at George- town, Texas, undyer Act of Congress of Mari-h 3, 1911. JOHN W. DUNX Editor-in-Chief GERARD BOOXE Business Manager W. L. Ayrea Associate Editor Assistant Editors—Walter Aloore, Ruby. Dunn, Lois Black and J. It. Smith Diek Leslie Proof Reader George Mitchell.. .Circulation Manager T. P. Havnie .Ass't. Circulation Mgr. Jessie Lynn Donald, Ass't Circulation Mgr. W. C. Sparks, Jr Ass't. Bus. Mgr. EDITORIALS SOUTH WESTERN'S SIDEWALKS COOPERATION Prartice for the Jubilee Pageant is now in fall swing. In order to make the success of the pageant assured, Miss Kuykendall must have the. undivided assistance and co-operation of the entire student body, riot only the girls of the Woman's Building, by the boys of the University as well. If the pageant is carried out in success, there will be one thousand parts, and in ord-'r to til! these parts ,the assistance of every student is essential. Let ev...

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