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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 April 1923

DISTINCTION LIST FOR WINTER TERM Acker, C. D.—Ed. 65-90. Alford, Margaret—E<1. <>.>90. Allen, Eleanor—Latin 51-92; Latin 73-90; Ed. 62-90. Allen, Marion—Hist. 4-97; Span. 51- 96. Artz, Alee—E<-o. 59-90. Atkin, Thatcher—Math. 73-94; Pub. Sp. 2-90. Ayres, W. L.—Math. 73-98; Greek 51- 90; Ed. 10-93; Pub. Sp. S0-92. Bain, Jack—Latin 73-92; Greek 51- 94; Ed. 106-93. Baldwin, Mamie—Ear Tr. 9a; Piano 90; Organ 90. Barcus, E. R.—Span. 51-90. Banner, Virginia—Ex. 92. Beery, Luther—Physies 51-90. Bingston, E. C.—Eeo. 59-91. Bishop, Thomas—Eng. 4-92; Bi. 3-91; Pub. Sp. 2-90. Black, Lois—Bi. 3-93. Blohm, Stella—II. E. 58-95; H. E. 153- 95; Bible 4-&0. Boatman, C. O.—Soe. 76-90. Boggess, T. W.—Pob. Sp. 65-90. Bowen, Mary Catherine—Geol. 1-90; Pub. Sp. 2 90. Boyer, Dwight—Math. 7-98; Spain. 3- 90. Branch, Amy—Harmony 90; Piano 90, Brewer, Helen—Eng. 4-92; Math. 51- 91; Hist. 4 98; Span. 3^97. Briggs, Lena Belle—Physies 53-94. Brown, Glenna—Biol. 3-90; Ex. 90; Voiee 90. Bracks, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 17 April 1923

n«p fTOSSPS Tn* Wi I | Gg£ Kfc** ■ \ >?: . h, k'®#>' AR S H I FCT S R.OW1 If it's something in Shirts and Ties Get them from- Vaught & Logan BETTER CLOTHES FOR MEN DE. HOWARD ON 'IMPORTANCE OF PRAYER IN MAN'S LITE" "The importance . of prayer",—real prayer—in a young man's life, was clearly brought out by Dr. Howard at the Y. M. C'. A. devotional service last Sunday evening. •'Prayer isn't essentially verbal," he said, "prayer is living." He explained the phrase, "Pray without ceasing',, as bping in unison with God. He also said that prayer often bocomb conventional and we addressed the audience rather than being breathed to God in feeling of unison with him. Jn conclusion, lie said, "Prayer is the constant conscious- ness of being in unison with God." SAN JACS HAVE PEPPY' MEETING RICE OWLS SCORE 70 TO S. U. PIRATES 39 (Continued from page one) 51 seconds, beating the 440 rcccrd dash run by one and three-fifth seconds. Ayres and Reese won their respective races with a good...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 24 April 1923

u SENIOR RECITAL MONDAY EVENING 2U|P iHtenaphanp PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 VOLUME XVI GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APR. 24, 1923 SIXTEENTH YEAftj NUMBER ^7 TRACK MEET FRIDAY APRIL 27th DALLAS EXES HOLD INSTALLATION SERVICES GET-TOGETHER BANQUET FOR NEW "Y" CABINET PRESIDENT HORN REPRESENTS SOUTHWESTERN—PORTION OP SPEECHES BROADCASTER Alumni and former students of South- western in Dallas had their get-together banquet at the University Club of the Oriental Hotel on Saturday night, Rev. P. A. Crutch field presiding. The speak- ers addressed a very large audience, since the talks were broadcasted and nu- merous groups of Southwesterners in different places listened in. The first speaker, Dr. John R. Allen, told of the large part that alumni of Southwestern are playing in the life of the church and the state. Judge Julius Germany followed With a humorous talk and Dr. John E. Roach came next, call- ing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 24 April 1923

THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, Bept. 7, 1912, at the poetoffice at George- town, Texas, undyer Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. JOHN W. DUNN Editor-in-Chief GEBARD BOONE Business Manager W. L. Ayres .Associate Editor Assistant Editors—Walter Moore, Kubv Dunn, Lois Black and J. ±i. Smith. Weldon Morel and Dick LeHlie Proof Reader George Mitchell Circulation Manager T. P. Haynie. ... Ass't. Circulation Mgr. Jessie Lynn Donald, Ass't Circulation Mgr. Frank Steinle, Assistant Circulation Mgr. EDITORIALS PEP DINNERS GO OFF WITH A BANG! IS COMING TO GET DOWNED—WILL WE HAVE THAT PEP OF '89 The Southwestern banquets went off according to schedule on Friday and Saturday, April 20 and 21, except at Houston and Temple, where get-together meetings will be held on the 26th and 27th, respectively. Accounts of the Dallas, San Antonio, Cameron and Waco banquets appear in another place in this paper. Details of the Fort Worth meeting have not yet been received except through Do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 24 April 1923

ZETA TAU ALPHAS HOLD ANNUAL SPRING BANQUET X IP " ■ Jk Lambda Chapter of Zota Tau Alpha held its annual spring bauquet on the night of April 9 at the Commercial Ho- tel. The table was daintily and taste- fully decorated in baskets of lovely red roses and festoons of Southern smilax. The place cards added to the festivity of the occasion by perching jauntily on lovely red rose parasols which seemed to grow naturally in each water glass. Candles and dainty red and white can- dies completed the table, except for the surprises which awaited the lucky few. Those to be initiated \ found grey and blue boxes at their places containing Z. T. A. rings. The pledges-left-behind each found lovely corsages as consola- tion. Menus at each place wtre as follows: "Oh, we're the Girls of Zeta Tau." PIRATE TBACK MEN TO MEET NORMAL BOBCATS Olives Nuts Fruit Cocktail To Zeta Tau Alpha Louise Lamb "Zeta Tau Alpha is at the Top." Deviled Crab Badishes Crackers To the Pledges Mildred Puckett Response Fanni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 24 April 1923

DALLAS EXES HOLD GET TOGETHER BANQUET (Continued from page one) Judge W. E. Hawkins, who happened to read about the banquet as he was pass- ing through Dallas and derided to stay over for it; \V. E. Lea of Orange, who described himself as an Episcopalian in the midst of Methodists but promised that the three little Episcopalians whom he is now rearing shall all be sent to Southwestern. Greetings were read from Ileywood McDaniel, president of the Southwes- tern University L'lub of San Antonio, and from the Golden Jubilee Committee. During the evening messagse were re- ceived from M. S. Sherwood of Sulphur Springs saying that he was enjoying the broadcasted program, from Dr. E. G. Mood, reporting that several South- westerners were gathered in the church at Denton and were listening in on Dal- las, and from Rev. O. T. Cooper and Rev. J. O. Leath, saying that the Sher- ' man exes were hearing also. Later it was learned that the Austin alumni had listened from the receiving station at t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 May 1923

rz.W u ~*': ■ - Base*Ball ' %■ Saturday, May 5 S. 0. vs. Texas 7th and 8th S. U. YS. Normal Wife iWrnaiihrmr WATCH FOR THE Freshman PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVI NUMBER 32 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1923 Picnic PIRATES DROP DUAL MEET TO NORMAL BOBCATSi SCORE 65 2 3 POINTS TO PIRATES! 54 1-3—ONE T . L A. A RECORD i BROKEN— TRACK HEAVY San Marcos Normal Bobcats scored a victory on the 8. U. Pirates Friday when they took the dual track and field meet with a score of 65 2-3 points to the Pirates 45 1-3. The Pirates' weak- ness came in the field events, for the Normal took fonr firsts and four sec- onds. McDaniel took the pole vault, and Burgin, Guenzel and Hartank tied for first honors in the high jump at 5 feet 9 inches. The honors were equally divided among the three, Hartang get- ting two and two-thirds points and Bur- gin and Gaenzel two and two-thirds each. Skipworth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 May 1923

■"?>' "R 'j. 1W k< I PF-* ♦Wj 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. JOH> W.DUNN Editor-in Chief GEBARD BOONE Business Manager FREStfMAN STAFF: T. W. Bishop... Editor-in-Chief W. C. Sparks, Jr Business Manager Geo. Mood Assistant Editor Weldon Moreland Assistant Editor Elizabeth Little Assistant Editor R. A. Harkey. . . Ass't. Business Manager W. P. Buekner. .Ass't. Business Manager T.P.Haynie^Jr.. .Ass't. Business Manager EDITORIALS CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank Mr. M. G. Boone and Mr. J. B. Smith for the hearty co- operation ttyey have given us ii^ issu- ing this nuiiiber of The Megaphone. THE STAFF. THE SPIRIT OF TWENTY SIX Fifty yeitrs ago a group of loyal ed- ucators, members of the old school of Southern gentlemen, conceived a vision that soon became a reality. It was a vision of a great educational institution that would have far reaching influence in'shap...

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

* '*<1 > ■ .nj — ■L / J I I ■ • . v: w® "•W *r-T T^ PIRATES TAKE DOUBIX BILL PROM 8. H. NORMAL (Continued from page 1.) run. McDaniel stole second and third, but Harvey flew out to third and Reyn- olds struck out for the final out. ' The visitors scored in the third in- ning when McAdams scored on an er- ror aftetr poling one over center field for three bases. Needham doubled to left scoring Tray lor, who got on by the same error. The third run came when H. 8. Benge doubled, scoring Needham. Benge waa caught out on second when he played off too far trying to steal third. The last run for the visitors came in the next inping. Langston and Davis both singled, Bolton drove a long fly to left field and Langston came racing across. McAdams grounded out, then Traylor put a long single down third base line over Crump's head, and Davis came in with the Betrcats' last run of the game. The Pirates started scoring again in the sixth. G. Robinson got a walk, Pear- son sacrificed and Robin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 May 1923

HIS GUILTY ASM A lawyer defending a man accused of housebreaking said: "I submit that my client did not break Into the bouse at all. He found the win- dow open and merely inserted his right ana and removed a few trifling articles. Now my client's arm is not himself, and I fail to see how you can punish the whole individual for an offense commit- ted by only one of his limbs-." "The argument," said tha judge, "is very well put. following it logically I sentence the defendant's arm to one year's imprisonment. He can accom- pany it or not, as he chooses." The defendant smiled, and with the assistance of his counsel, unscrewed his cork arm, and leaving it in the dock, walked out.—Exchange. Georgetown Water and Light Plant Lamps and Electrical Appliances in stock all the time On Second Floor of City Hall. Try our 50 watt W hite Reading Lamp. Upstairs by the Standpipe A DOG A Dutchman addressing his dog said: "You vos only a dog but I vish I vos you. Ven you go mit fle rbed in you shust d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 May 1923

' ; i.*1 MOTHERS DAY MAY 13th * • <51jp UHrijnulinnr PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVI NUMBER 3^ GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 8. 1923 ONE ACT PLAYS THURSDAY NIGHT # ^ ########### # # #^ SOUTHWESTERN ENTERTAINS T. I. A. A., MAY 4 STEERS GORE PIRATES iRICE OWLS TAKE FOR SECOND LOSS 8-3 T. I. A. A. TENNIS TITLE IONS FOR SOUTHWESTERN STRIKES OUT SIX MEN TO j CURTIS' THREE COLEMAN AND FITCH TAKE DOU BLES—COLEMAN WINS SINGLES Plaving their last non-conference game of the season (he Texas Long- Fhorns drubbed the Southwestern Uui- 'versity Pirates by the score of 8-3 Sat- urday afternoon on Snyder Field. Cur- tis of Texas hurled the sphere against ■lis. fo.'mer school and allowed only sev- ,n hits. Southwestern allowed five tuns to accumulate in the first inning and was never able to pun out of the hole. Texas opened up her offensive in the first frame. Kibbie and King singled in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 May 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 GERARD BOONE... .Business Manager W. L. Ay res 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. Frank Kteinle', Assistant Circulation Mgr. EDITORIALS ON MY HONOR THE T I. A. A. For the fiftt time Southwestern iias been host to the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Representatives from eleven colleges of Texas were pres- ent, each delegation determined to do its best and bring'hanors to their alma mater. There existed between the con- testants a rare feeling of sportsmanship, a factor which tended to increase the success of the association meet. Rec- ords were broken and new records were made: the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 May 1923

) rJ 1* DODB TENNIS OOURT8 NOW BEADY FOB ACTION The hardmrfaeed tennis courts that the students have been waiting for were completed last Thursday morning. The T. I. A. A. tennis tournament was played on the courts and, according to the testimony of the contestants, they are as fast as any courts in the State. There has been quite a bit of difficul- ty in completing the courts on account of rains. W. E. Dazier is due much credit for his attitude, work and gift. The material alone, rock, tar and as- phalt, cost twelve hundicd dollars, but was given by Mr. Dazier to the Univer- sity. He also suspended part of his city paving in order to finish the courts in time for the T. I. A. A. tournament. This act of generosity is highly ap- ^iated by all and shows the keen in- and admiration that Mr. Dozier for old Southwestern. The courts the name of the "Dozier ALAMO LITERARY SOCIETY Tinsley: "Mr. See rest, will you me the bones of the skull T" prest: "Well, 1 can't recall them [now, but I hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 May 1923

A 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. X Upstairs by the Standpipe SOUTHWESTERN ENTER- TAINS T I. A. A. MAY 4 . (Continued from page one) 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 Griffith Lumber Co. Georgetown, Texas FKOM THE WASTEBASKET (Continued from page one) the linen closet—a feat I found more difficult than when I walked around the cornice of the third floor of the Annex— and searching among old books and mag- azines I found a Southwestern Monthly dated I89f>. It tells that in 1378 '"the Curators and Trustees authorized the Faculty to open a department for young ladies that they might pursue the same curriculum and receive t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 May 1923

* -v ,-v, \ k : V !' il J ' VOTE IN THE MEGAPHONE , BEAUTY CONTEST ©he iHrnetulumr IK PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVI NUMBER 3^ ! GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1923. VOTE IN THE MEGAPHONE BEAUTY CONTEST BISHOP HAY ADDRESSES STUDENTS IN CHAPEL GIVES CONDITION OF CHINA AND STATES REASON FOR HER BACKWARDNESS '^iishop Hay, just home from his mis- in China, on a furlough, addressed ^students in chapel last Friday mora- His talk had to do with the con- tons in China, morally, spiritually, Inomically, and politically, and also th the work that our missionaries are King to establish Christianity in that eathen land. He began by saying that China is not 'as backward as.most people are prone to believe. There have been Christians among the Chinese for the last five gen- erations. There are over one hundred thousand students in Christian schools and nine thousand in Methodist school...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 May 1923

PHF? ■BSBBa-BI I1 , 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. C. Sparks, Jr Ass't. Bus. Mgr. W..L. Ayres Associate Editor Assistant Editors—Walter Moore, Ruby Dunn, Lois Black and J. B. Smith. VVeldon Moreland Dick Leslie Proof Reader George Mitchell.. .Circulation Manager T. P. Haynie... .Ass't. Circulation Mgr. Jessie Lynn Donald, Ass't Circulation Mgr. Frank Steinle, Assistant Circulation Mgr. EDITORIALS ANY FOOL CAN KNOCK Don't criticise your neighbors' faults, no r matter what they do; Don't ridicule the masses, or maling the chosen few; Don't think yourself a censor for the silly human flock, And just lemember as you go, that any fool can knock. Don't laugh at those who make mistakes and stumble on the way, For you arc apt to follow them—and al- most any day; Don't think the others shifting sand, while you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 May 1923

•■7 B1 t STEER TRACK ARTISTS CINCH CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP Texas University's wonder track team of 1923 flecked the cinder dust of the Oklahoma A. & M. College quarter mile track into the face of a field of spike wearers from seven Southwestern Con- ference colleges Saturday at Stillwater and walked away with the conference championship by steepleing up 65 1-2 points to the 38 points captured by Tex- as A. & M., the Longhorns' closest ri- vals. Five records were made to look like so much bunk when this year's con- ference meet was finished and one rec- ord was equalled. To Texas goes the honor of hanging up three of the new records, while Baylor and the Farmers smashed one each. Johnnie Trout of Texas chopped off four seconds from his own record in the two mile when he atfpped the long dis- ace int10 minutes flat. Texas' quar- of quarter mileis ran the relay 2.1 ads under the reeord held by Texas M. Our own big Jim Eeese showed ur of clean spikes to the field of milers, sett...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 May 1923

V ' I I I i 1 BISHOP HAY ADDRESSES STUDENT8 IN CHAPEL CHOBAL CLUB TO PRE SENT THE DEUM MAJOK* (Continued from page one) language are not universal. Each prov- ince has a medium of exchange and a dialect of its own. Lastly, their heath- enism and superstition. He said that there is no future to them, that they even worship their dead ancestors. They have no hopes or ambitions for the fu- ture. Bishop Hay also conducted an infor- mal meeting for the ministers in Alamo Hall Friday evening. He will be baek in Georgetown for a few days this week and will probably speak in chapel again. FBOM THE WASTEBASKET (Continued from page 3.) fights featured the night anl strained backs, closed eyes, skinned noses and oruised muscles were the only spoils that the inflamed insurgents could carry away. * The fight soon stopped and the freshmen went to their rooms and slept the remaining two hours of the night. The Sophomore president, through his own ingenuity and nerve (mostly nerve) returned in time...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 May 1923

VOTE IN THE MEGAPHONE BEAUTY CONTEST PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY VOTE IN THE MEGAPHONE BEAUTY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XVI NUMBER 35 GEOBGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1923 CONTEST m* Ssi'.' m 1 . I I PIRATES CLOSE SEASON- TAKE TWO FROM A. & M. SIMMONS GETS CREDIT FOR FIRST GAME—HITS HOMER WITH TWO ON Southwestern University Pirates clos- ed the baseball season 1923 Thursday •and Friday with a double win over the A. & M. Aggies on Fireman's Park at Brenham. With odds against them the Pirates cinched the first game in the fifth inning when Simmons, hefty hurl- er, hit a homer with Robertson and Mc- Daniel on bases. To Simmons goes prac- tically all the credit for the victory. He pitched gqpat ball, allowing the Ag- gie nine only three scattered hits, two of them being scratcMI. Be was rather wild, walking seven men, but was in- vincible in theY'nches. Robertson had a bad day in the field, but m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 May 1923

[E MEGAPHONE, atered as ascond-claaa mail matter, ept. 7 1912, at the postoffice at George- a, Texas, undyer Act of Congress of larch 3, 1911. fOHIN W. DUNN Editor-in-Chief JEKAKD BOONE Business Manager C. Sparks, Ji Ass't. Bus. Mgr. 1. L. Ayres Associate Editor Assistant Editors—Walter Moore, Rubv an, Lois Black and J. B. Smith Weldon Moreland ick Leslie Proof Reader Jeorge Mitchell.. .Circulation Manager P. P. Haynie. ...Ass't. Circulation Mgr. Ifessie Lynn Donald, . .Ass't Circulation Mgr. Prank Stein le, Assistant Circulation Mgr. EDITORIALS who can respect the rights of all man- kind alike, whether they be Catholics, Jews, Negroes, or any sect. The exist- ence of friends is an essential help to any one. We should direct our action towards others' welfare as well as our own. We Americans must earn the grat- itude and love of others. Selfishness is not a trait in American character. It is in this sense we are Americans for Americans. In the same sense En- glishmen ought to be for...

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