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

5*^ w?w. t J, a : Jr-J DR. QODBEY SPEAKS AT Y. M. DEVOTIONAL The program of the Y. M. C. A. "Fath- er and Son" last Sunday evening was given before a larger audience than us- ual. Thomas Bishop read Eilger A. Guest's "Father and Son" as a key to the program. The next number was a vocal duet by Alvin Secrest and Walter Moore. Then followed a tn.lk on the relationship that should exist between father and son by J>r. J. C. Godbey. He emphasized the point .that the father shouldn't be a terror but a reverenced hero to the child. He should not con- ceal his true personality, but should be a man, one in whom the child can put the utmost, confidence. Go-Eds Are yon taking any unnecessary risks with that Golden Jubilee Dress? Avoid risks and let me do your PLAIN AND FANCY SEWING Mrs. Raymond Towns 901 Walnut St. GEORGETOWN SUFFERS LOSSES FROM FIRES EXCHANGES San Marcos Normal Judge A. B. Watkins, premier Texas educator and member of the Board of Regents of the Texas Normal Colleges, died...

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

BELTEP BA^K Get Your Spring Suit FROM Vaught & Logan BETTER CLOTHES FOR MEN MONTGOMERY BROS., SERVICE CARS GEORGETOWN-AUSTIN LINE LEAVE GEORGETOWN: 8:00 A. M. 1:30 P. M. 6:30 P. M. LEAVE AUSTIN: 10:30 A. M. 4:00 P.M. 10:30 P. M. Austin Headquarters: Roger's Cafe Phone 6564 Georgetown Headquarters: Montgomery Bros., Service Station, Phone 300 FARE $1.00 You will always be pleased with your Hair Cuts, if it's cut right—patronize the Bank Barber Shop AND BE PLEASED A. W. Hoyt, Proprietor p,h7T C. L SHELL FLORAL CO. %ne Georgetown Water and Light Plant Lamps and Electrical Appliances in stock all the time On Second Floor of City Hall. Try our 50 watt White Reading Lamp. Upstairs by the Standpipe LAFFAGRIN THE FATE OF MANY A YOUNG LAD Do not leave me, said my darling to me, I told that I wouldn't with great sin- cerity, But oh, when I left her, such tempta- tion you see— I Did. T went to see another, and there I had to stay. To win back my old girl would take many a day. The girls al...

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

7 - A No Paper Next Week 1########^#########^####### SU|p iWi'pnplinnr PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR No Paper Next Week VOLUME XVI NUMBER $7 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAR. 13, 1923 { TEACHER TELLS OF ODDITIES OF SIAM HIGH SCHOOL INSTRUCTOR TO VISIT COUNTRY OF HER BIRTH IN SUMMER (Dallas News.) After five years in America, Miss Frienda Wachter, a teacher of romance languages in Highland Park High School,' will go to Siam during the com- ing summer for a visit to her father. Miss Wachter lives at 3417 Dartmouth street, Highland Park. She consented to an interview on Siam when told that Americans have an inherent curiosity to know how other countries cope with the high cost of living, the flapper, the jelly- bean and the prohibition laws. Miss Wachter was born in Siam, lived awhile in Switzerland, France and Ger- many, and came to America in 1918. Her father is a physician in charge of t...

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

THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as sscond-class mail matter, Sept. 7, 1912, at the postoffiee at George- town, Texas, undyer Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. JOHN W.. DITNX Editor-in-Chief GERARD BOONE Business Manager \V. L. Ayres Associate Editor Assistant Editors—Walter Moore, Ruby Dunn, Lois Black and J. B. Smith Dick Leslie f....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 for these proposed changes in the con- stitution. Give them your support, and I give them your support not only now but after they are made a part of the constitution of the Students' Associa- tion: abide by the new rulings and work tor the best interests of the social group as a whole. 1873 1923 Golden Jubilee NO PAPER NEXT WEEK There will be no Megaphone published next week inasmuch as next week is exam week and the members of the staff will be busy with school worl^. The next edit...

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

I nt LESSONS LEARNED FROM LIGHTNING SIGNIFICANCE OF THE TRANSMIS SION OF 1,000,000 VOLTS IN ITS RELATION TO A MISUNDER- STOOD CONCEPTION OF ONE OF NATURES GREATEST PHENOMENA (By Dr. Charles I*. Steinmetz, Chief Consulting Engineer of the General Kleetrie Company.) Likening the recent feat of the trans- mission of 1,000,000 volts of electricity to a flash of artificial lightning, recalls to my mind the almost astounding lack of knowledge on the part of many thou- sands of persons, about a very common natural phenomenon. I dare say that few correct answers to the question, what and why is lightning? would be turned in by students were this question asked in a college examination. Were one to say that lightning is the passage of a very hight voltage'current of electricity within a cloud which only under exceptional circumstances leaves the cloud and reaches the earth he would be right; yet asked to explain the known laws governing its behavior, I venture to predict that most of us woul...

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

FROM THE WASTEBASKET BELTE17 BA^K Get Your Spring Suit FROM Vaught & Logan BETTER CLOTHES FOR MEN MONTGOMERY BROS, SERVICE CARS GEORGETOWN-AUSTIN LINE LEAVE GEORGETOWN: 8:00 A. M. 1:30 P. M. 6:30 P. M. LEAVE AUSTIN: 10:30 A. M. 4:00 P.M. 10:30 P. M. Austin Headquarters: Roger's Cafe Phone 6564 Georgetown Headquarters: Montgomery Bros., Service Station, FARE $1.00 You will always be pleased with your Hair Cuts, if it's cut right—patronize the Bank Barber Shop AND BE PLEASED A. W. Hoyt, Proprietor mne C. L. SHELL FLORAL CO. T?r Georgetown Water and Light Plant Lamps and Electrical Appliances ia stock all the time On Second Floor of City Hall. Try our 50 watt White Reading Lamp. Upstairs by the Standpipe NEW MILLINERY GIRLS—Have you seen the latest arriv- als in Easter Hats? If not come to see my line, whether you buy or not. A visit will be appreciated. MISS EDNA SWENSON Second Floor Stromberg-Hoffman & Co. Phone 300 ............. -rrrrrrrrfrrrfrtrrrrrrrrcrrrrrrrrtttsmtmt (Con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 April 1923

WHArS TO HAPPEN MAY MW Site ifflrnaphuttr PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVI NUMBER 28. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1923. ########## ###^<«# ## ¥4 I VOLUNTEER CONVENTION APRIL 6-7-8 LONGHORNS WIN OVER SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY PIRATES BY LIGHT SCORE INITIATES MEMBERS GAME FEATURED BY TWO HOME PUBLIC RECOGNITION FOR NEW RUKS BY TEXAS MEN—PIRATES PUT UP HARD FIGHT (Austin American.) Two home runs, one by Shortstop Kib- bie and the other by Outfielder Rube Leissner, both of the Longhorns, coHpIed with superb fielding by the varsity nine, featured the win yesterday by Billy Bisch's Longhorns over Gardner's South- western University Pirates by the count of 6 to 0 at Clark Field. Longhorn pitchers, Clements and Ord, twirled shutout ball all the way and yielded five hits between them. Pirate Defense Poor. The only light in the Pirate defense, which crumpled dismally at times, was t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 April 1923

THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, 8ept. 7, 1912, at the postoffiee at George- town, Texas, undyer Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. JOHN W. DUNN Editor-in-Chief GEKARD 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. Havnie Ass't. Circulation Mgr. Jessie Lynn Donald, Ass't Circulation Mgr. W. C. Sparks, Jr Ass't. Bus. Mgr. EDITORIALS ON THE LONELY SAN GABRIEL JOURNALISM At last the long expected has hap- pened—journalism as a study in South- western has ceased to exist. Southwes- tern was one of the first schools in years back to make an attempt at putting journalism in the college curriculum. Other schools followed. But the other schools not only followed the worthy example, hut progressed and not only made it a college study hut created de- partments in their respective schools where an intensive study of the art of newsga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 April 1923

-■■w- PHI MU PLEDGES GIVE EASTER BEEAKFAST V The Pledges of Xi Chapter of Phi Mb entertained their initiates with a de- lightful Easter breakfast at the home of ^one of the pledge's aunts, Miss Minnie BeDardeleben, on the morning of April 2nd at 10 o'clock. The guests were first greeted on the porch, and then ushered into the room where the breakfast was to be serced. Everything displayed the Easter mes- sage of gladness and joy, and one could not help but catch the spirit of the dec- orations. The tables were arranged in two rooms, each being in the shape of a T. The chandeliers over each table were covered with-the Easter colors of paper giving a rainbow hue. The table decorations also oarried out the Easter motif, having rabbits' nests with rabbits and eggs of varied colors in them. Then at other points were placed bowls of redwood, giving the ta- bles another touch of brightness. Each guest found his place by a place card bearing the Easter motif with his name. At each place wer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 April 1923

i Arrow1 SHIFLTS If if s something in Shirts and Ties Get them from— Vaught & Logan BETTER CLOTHES FOR MEN LOHGHORH8 WIN OVER PIRATES BY LIGHT SCORE (Continued from Page 1.) SOUTHWESTERN* [' Hardin, ±h. | Harvey, rf. | Pearson . ... Oiuiiap, Zb.. Rofoertsoa. rl Ellis, lb... Orerair if... Ailami!*, s .. Siroi onions, p. Xornnam, p.. Totalis & IF. SENDS DELEGATES TO STATE Y CONVENTION (Continued froini page owe)) AmO'iig thone elected ®>a the State tfoaai- ■titttee 011 i>0'L!llejj'e work were "BwM"' Johnson ®ff A. & M. ainicl George- Steia- off a. nr. The delegates o>a tike regional! i'so- jniitlee eteftetjl jweire George Steiimniam o«ff | Si ttT.. ami) WaJlteir Kao's off T. C. Hr- Sonthwesterni sent three ifefcgaftasy I I Gemrgs- Steiinniaa,. Bwddiie Foster aiaiii | I Walter Mooiire.. They report that ao> tf®l-1 [fegjf If. ML ©'„ A. surpasses the oaie bbl I Si- &F., aaatwiiiliaig t< the vamiooa- repo>irta I given art! the eoaveatiwii.. OLD GLEE CLUB ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 April 1923

Golden Jubilee Edition 4,000 Circulation I # #< ®I|p ifflenauhmu? PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR $Y THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 VOLUME XVI GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1923 SIXTEENTH YEAR NUMBER ^ ## ########### ## # # Ml Golden Jubilee Edition 4,000 Circulation 1925 JUNE 1923 SUN HON TUE5 WED THUR FRI SAT ) TS / tBoY.'y at CK TO OLD ll SM. everybody's cohinc, ! f EXAMS 2 v CK1E ^ SERMON -Ht# 4 % 6 INAUGURATION HI MSEMU.6AME By ^ SM"S g "i GOT MINE?" M9 10 II H historical pageant l VB * june n± t V ^ ( • home coming- ^ / celebration .. ieer5 coming to texas 15 16 17 24 18 PKW fa \22 23 >130 15, ' The stage is all set for the "Pep" dinners which will take place in twelve centers in Texas on the evening of April 21. Any Southwes- tern alumnus or former student who lives in one of the towns men- tioned belowr or is elose enough to be able to reach one, is urged to communicate with the chairman for that town. Dallas has s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 April 1923

LOST!! Mrs. Cornelia Brown Pope, G. C. Rector, Rev. B. C. Rausch. Class of 1898—Olivia Caylor, Aev. F. A. Downs, John Eubank, Zella Moss. 1 Class of 1899—Mrs. W. H. Allen, W. VV. Carroll, Pattie Holman, William W. Thomas. Class of 1900—Mrs. Mary Hotcbkiss Mail addressed to the following alum- ni has been returned to the office un- claimed. Please look over the list, and if YOU see the nr.me of anyone whose, Fergn90Ilj c w Gable, Dr. P. C. Shands. address YOU know, won't you please. c]ass of 1901_E c Lastinger, Thos. write the office! Southwestern is eager ^ milliken> bev. j. jj tavlor. to know where all of her children arfc. | (.]ass of 1902—Wm. E. Chambers, Rev. Class of 1?91—Andred Anderson, Mrs.! •'n0- k. James, Rev. Seth R. Steele. Annie Xelms Carlton, Mrs. Alice Davis j clas of 1903—Rev. J. L. Cannon, Rev. Long, J. R. Storms. A- P- Bradford, Rev. L. B. Sawyer, S. Class of 1552—Mrs. Jennie Steele1^* ^ aughan. Bridgeman, Mrs. Minnie L. Mungerj Class of 1904 O. S. Thomas. Means...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 April 1923

"Spirit of Southwestern" Golden Jubilee Pageant -4* "SPIRIT OF SOUTHWESTEBIT' Texas wild flowers, Indian warriors, stately French ladies with puffs and curls and beauty patches, accompanied by gentlemen of the court, Spanish senoritas With high combs and lace mantillas, Mexican . senors with broad- brimmed sombreros, sturdy pioneers in prairie schooners drawn by oxen, stal- wart cowboys on horseback, herds of cattle and flocks of sheep—these are a few of the features of the pageant, "Spirit of Southwestern", which wiil mark the climax of the celebration in honor of the fiftieth-anniversary of the founding ojf the college. For the benefit of those. people who are accustomed to come to Georgetown, for the May Day festivities, it may be well to state that," although the May Fete will give way to the Jubilee pag- eant, the royal line will not be brok- en, and it is particularly fitting that at this Golden Jubilee celebration, Sue Mood, the granddaughter of the founder of the college, sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 April 1923

IS * : THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, 8ept. 7, 1912, at the postoffice at George- town, Texas, undyer Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. JOHN W. DUNN* Editor-in-Chief! GEBARD BOONE... .Business Manager VV. L. Ayres Associate Editor Assistant Editors—Walter Moore, Kuby Dunn, Lois Black and J. B. Smith Dick Leslie Proof Reader George Mitchell.. .Circulation Manager T. P. Haynie.... Ass't. Circulation Mgr. Jessie Lyun Douald, Ass't Circulation Mgr. W. C. Sparks, Jr Ass't. Bus. Mgr. EDITORIALS Inspiration for this Megaphone has epme from so many sources that it is im- possible evO to enumerate them all. However, there are a few who have con- tributed so largely that we expect to keep on thanking them in season anil out of season for the rest of out days. Special appreciation is due to: Mr. Max Whitson of Asheville, North Carolina, for the drawing on the first page. Mr. Whitson never attended Southwestern, but that he ia the sort that Southwestern would be glad to cla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 April 1923

"W JOHN" W. DUNN Editor-in-Chief of The Megaphone Mr. Dunn has earnestly endeavored to maintain high standards of journal- ism in publishing The Megapftone, He has always realized that Th^'Megaphone | is the property of the Students' Associ-1 ation and as such has tried to follow | as conservative and liberal a policy as j possible. Besides being a newspaper | man he is an intercollegiate debater, aj member of the Mask ami Wig Club, the Scholarship Society and the Alamo Lit erary Society. GERARD BOONE Business Manager of The Megaphone Mr. M. G. Boone, Business Manager of The Megaphone, is a Junior in South- western and is a resident of Wichita Falls, Texas. He has been a prominent member of the San Jacinto Literary So- ciety and has been a large faetor in the success of many other student activities. Mr. Boone is not a fraternity man. "Boonie" is well liked and has been a popular student among his classmates. MONROE VIVION Editor_in-C'hief of the Sou'wester The Golden Sou'wester is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 April 1923

IT f!, y^i & In Georgetown— PEOPLE WHO KNOW GOOD PRINTING WILL TELL YOU TO GO TO ■Atlee Press x Snyder Brothers THE SNYDER BROTHERS AND SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY In the seventies anil early eighties when Southwestern University was struggling for an existence with her back to the wall there were three broth- ers, J. H., J. W., and T. S. Snyder, who had a visioil of what S. U. would be. eome and what she would mean to the youth of Texas, and their faith in her and her future never wavered. They were liberal with their time, their mon- ey, advice and their influence. Dr. Mood never called on them for anything | that they did not response cheerfully and liberally. While ihe appreciated their money, he appreciated as much or more their moral support. They stood by him in all matters of discipline and order and helped him to solve many puzzling problems. At that time the three Snyder Broth- ers, together with their three half- brothers, the Wulfjens, were rated as one of the wealthiest...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 April 1923

'*• 1 WE NOMINATE FOR THE HALL OF FAME 'k V- (After the Manner of Vanity Fair) DR. C. C. CODY Because he has the longest continu- ous record as college professor of any man now living in the State of Texas; because pn the occasion of his C8th birthday the town and college united in a service in his honor at which scores of telegrams were read from for- mer students from New York to Cal. ifornia; because he is lovingly called ."The Grand Old Man of Southwestern"; and, finally, because he is just as hand- some today in his 69th year as he was ■when this picture was made. MRS. MARGARKT MOOD McKENNON Because she is the daughter of the founder of the college; because she has grown up with Southwestern, having been connected with it as a little girl, as student, as patron, and as librarian; because at the Golden Jubilee she will be able to greet by name more return- ing students than any other one person; but mostly because, although she is one of the busiest persons on the cam- pus, she ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 April 1923

r7Tp Ill li 4F: STYLE AND QUALITY TT is a bad time to buy the first shirt you look at because it looks good to you. In these days fabrics.are slowly coming back to the old pre-war standards of excellence. The Arrow label is a guarantee that the shirt which bears it represents the latest and best achievements of a corps of trained and experienced shirt making experts. The limitation that you may set on tlie price you will pay for a shirt is accommodated in the Arrow showing where shirts await you that were made in a shop that links to the best quality the fairest price. * VAUGHT & LOGAN Better Clothes for Men ###### ########^ THE FARMERS STATE BANK Georgetown, Texas $$$? Solicits your account and will give careful attention to all bus- iness entrusted to it. We appreciate the liberal pat- ronage we have had in the paat and hope to merit a continuance of ar_me in the future. All of our facilities are at your service WW FARMERS STATE BANK *** *« **** «< >********** ****** ** ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 April 1923

Vr ~Tpr *' ATTEND THE REVIVAL MEETING Stffe ifflrnauhunr PUBLISHED EVEBY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY I HAVE VOU THE SPRING iFEVER ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVI NUMBER' 30, GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APR. 17, 1923. 777 # #########^# ## # ######< RICE OWLS SCORE 70 TEXAS COLLEGES TO TO S. U. PIRATES 39i HOLD ANNUAL MEET EXCELLENT RECORD MADE IN 440! STANDARDIZATION WILL BE DIS BY WATT. AND IN MILE BY REESE Rice Institute scored an overwhelm- ing victory over the Pirates Saturday on Rice Field in a dual track and field meet. The Owls took an early start in scoring when Fitch beat Billy Magee in the century, and again in the 220. Stancliff of Rice, and a Soph, was high point man of the meet, winning two firsts and tying two seconds, making a total of eleven points. Fitch of Rice •was second high point man of the meet with ten points. Reese of S. U. was the Pirate high point man with eight points, having won the mile an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 April 1923

THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, Sept. 7, 1912, at the postoffice at George- town, Texas, undyer Act of Congressof March 3, 1911. JOHN W. DUNN Editor-in Chief GERARD BOONE.. ..Business Manager Things are pretty well evened up in this world. Take ice, for instance- The rich get it all in the summer, and the poor get their share of it in the winter. Watch your work and not the clock. A long day's work makes a long day short. W. L. Ayres Associate Editor | Assistant Editors—Walter Moore, Ruby Dunn, Lois Black and J. B. Smith. Weldon Moreland Dick Leslie Proof Reader George Mitchell.. .Circulation Manager T. P. Haynie Ass't. Circulation Mgr. Jessie Lynn Donald, Ass't Circulation Mgr. Prank Nteinle, Assistant Circulation Mgr. W. C. Sparks, Jr Ass't. Bus. Mgr. EDITORIALS One way to keep friendship is to re- turn it- Any man'who thinks he has no chance is correct. Some men look so cheap they give give themselves away. I'd rather be a Could-Be If I could not be an Are, Fo...

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