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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 May 1923

J f m ■ • :s \ Iff I ||> H! f y l NIAGARA FALLS TO FURNISH GREAT ELECTRICAL ENERGY Niagara Falls, the greatest single source of water power in the United States, will transform more of its great power into etertrieal enetgy through tfce tv. v largest generators ever made. These generators, being ma«te by the General Eleetrie Company to be install- ed on the American sitle of the great falls, will eaeh produce 87,000 horse- power, or energy equivalent to the mas- ele power of 375,0€I0 men. Eaith generator will weigh 700 tons, will stand 35 feet high, and will have a diaimeteir of 35 feet. This is another step in the further de- •velepment of the water power resources of New York State. It is estimated that the total undeveloped horsepower of the water power- resources of that State is 4.2 million, as compared to IJJ total llorsepower now developed. The 4.2 million horsepower of unde- veloped water power in New York State, if developed, would save 40 million tons ®ff I, or more tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 May 1923

ffoleprcof /fosiery The Toggery will give to the winner of The Megaphone's Big Beauty Con- test one pair of Ladies' Holeproof Glovesilk Hose. ATLEE PRESS Gives 50 Calling Cards AND CASE. To the Winner in Megaphone Beauty Contest 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 MONTGOMERY BROS., SERVICE CARS GEORGETOWN-AUSTIN LINE :AVE GEORGETOWN: 8:00 A. M. 1:30 P. M. 6:30 P. M. LEAVE AUSTIN: 1030 A. M. 4:00 P. M. 10:30 P. M. Lustin Headquarters: Roger's Cafe Phone 6564 >rgetown Headquarters: lontgomery Bros., Service Station, Phone 300 FARE $1.00 Let Us Order You That Summer Suit v Mood Hall Tailoring Co. D. T. Hebert, Prop. Phone 414 Do You Need Extra Courses? Send for Soaofagy, etc, gr*a> • • earned may be applied en ®ijr Bwunstlj} of tiHfiragn =c firai TAKE TWO FROM A. * M. (Continued from page one) Robertson, s 4 2 2 3 4 3 Mi-Daniel, lb 4 1 0 6...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 29 May 1923

What Would You Do fv.V - f- 'r " |p r ■ • m '. xnw If You Were King PUBLISHED EVEEY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SIXTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVI NUMBER 36 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1923. ? ? UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES BIG JUBILEE PROGRAM FORMER S. U. STUDENT NAMED HEAD OF COLLEGE EXERCISES BEGIN SUNDAY WITH BACCALAUREATE SERMON BY BISHOP MOORE 3 Every minute from June 3 to June 8, , inclusive, will be filled with something worth while, if plans do not fail. The following is an authentic program of Commencement and Jubilee events r Sunday, June 3 1 11:00 a. m.—Baccalaureate Sermon by Bishop John M. Moore. 6:30 p. m.—Class Day Exercises. '7:45 p. m.—Vesper Service—Address by Dr. P. W. Horn. Tuesday, June 5 '9:00 a. m.—Meeting of Board of Trus- .*•' tees. " > •8:15 p. m.—Brooks' Prize Debate. Wednesday, June 6 10:00 a. m.—Auditorium. Inauguration of President. 3:30 p. m.—Class reunions by decades. 7:00.p. m.—Vesper Se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 29 May 1923

IE ntered as second-class mail matter, fept. 7, 1912, at the postoffice at George- ?n, Texas, andver Act of Congress of «sh 3, 1911. MED* W. liUNN Editor-in-Chief 3RARD BOONE... .Business Manager f. C. Sparks, Jr Ass't. Bus. Mgr. Ipti. Ayres Associate Editor distant Editors—Walter Moore, Ruby J ann, Loi9 lilack and J. B. Smith Weldon .Morela rid ►iejk Leslie Proof Reader | leorge Mitchell.. .Circulation Manager j f. P.. Ha ynie. .. .Ass't. Circulation Mgr. j essie Lynn Douald, j Ass't Circulation Mgr.! rank Stcinlc, Assistant C irculation Mgr. j EDITORIALS TO THE STUDENT BODY With this number of The Megaphone print the last regular edition of The legaplione berore the Golden Jubilee (elebration. | We have endeavored to maintain as j Itriet an adherence to our "'Plans and \ folicies" as outlined in the second ^jssue The Megaphone as possible. We |ave tried to give you the news of our allege community and of other colleges as fair a manner as we could. Some mistakes have occurred, but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 29 May 1923

THE FRATERNITY QUESTION r7 • 5$11 v*: « (Daily Texan.) The fraternity question in universities and colleges is receiving considerable discussion as a result q£ the publication of a recent book, "The Barb," in which the author, William J. McNally, at- tempts to present that phase of campus life. The theme of the book seems to be summed up by the hero himself, who, on leaving a fraternity house, asks him- self whether "tliis menagerie of baboons really represents the college students in a State university?" Fraternity men are pictured as prudes who refuse to | Moderpism. speak to an old friend simply because he is not a Greek letter man. BY*'? BROOKS TO IGNORE NORRIS > (Temple Telegram.) Waco, Texas, May 28.—-In a written, signed address delivered before thf> Stu- dent body of Baylor University this morning by President S. P. Brocks, the students are advised uot to hear the ad- dress of Kcv. Frank Norris of Fort Worth when he speaks iu Waco Tues- day night. Dr. Norris has announ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 29 May 1923

Your Commencement and Vacation | WEARABLES f are here at prices you will be glad to pay. MAN OR WOMAN WE CAN SERVE YOU BETTER Stromberg-Hoffman & Company Everything in Dry Goods and Roady-to-Wear JITY ANNOUNCES BIO JUBILEE PROGRAM (Continued from page one) At the Sunday School room a recep- tion will be held in honor of viaiting bishops. T^ere will be a special session of the Kangaroo Court in the District Court room. Thursday, June 7 6:00 a.m.—Sunrise service at Dr. Mood's monument. 9:00 a. m.—Chapel, conducted by Dr. John H. McLean. 19:00 a. m.—Baseball at Snyder Field. Teams from 1906-12 will play against teams prior to '06 and after '12. Cap- tains, Sam Ayres, Jr., and Pete Caw- thon. 11:30 a. m.—Students Hour, under di- rection of Major J. S. Cook, at the flag pole in front of Administration Build- up iBg- 2:30 p. m.—Reunions of the Alamo, San Jacinto, Clio and Alethean apeieties, in their old society halls. 3:30 p. m.—Annual business meeting of £x-Students' Association. El...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 June 1923

" k* 'P. ... /■ . . « r: • ^ Golden Jubilee Edition * Y ♦ ** = ===== PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL TEAK BY THE STUDENTS' ' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWjKmUUI UH1VKKSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 VOLUME XVI GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1023 SIXTEENTH YEAE NUMBER 3T^ Golden Jubilee Edition r **v | • 3.i- _ I wisp; X FORMALLY IUGURATED INTO OFFICE BEAT CROWD THKONOS UB1VKR- RETY AUD1TOB1UM TO WTY Formal inauguration of Dr.- Paul Whitfield Horn as president of South- western University took place in the University auditorium Wednesday morn- ing. The Southwestern University Or- chestra played for the inaugural proces- sion. Invocation was by Dr. C. M. Bishop, president emeritus of Southwestern. Following was the program: Aeademie Procession—Music by Univer- sity Orchestra Invocation—Charles MeTyeire Bishop Aeademie Addhess—Paul H. Lino, Pres- ident of Central College, Missouri ' > Presentation Address—Judge W. Luther Dean, President of Board of Trustees Inaugural Address—Paul Whitfield Ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 June 1923

THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, Sept. 7, 1912, at the postoffice at George- town, Texas, undyer Act of Congiess 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, Kuby 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 Steinle, Assistant Circulation Mgr. EDITORIALS WELCOME Whether you are a ex-student or vis- itor Southwestern University welcomes you to its Golden Jubilee Celebration. For fifty years men and women have passed through the halls of this historic institution, yet during this time South- wester has endeavored to keep a record of the achievements of her children and now nothing more delights her than to once more welcome back those who have once studied here. Not matter where you c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 June 1923

P/ f'V iix" K/ J. R. Reed • * v*'1 ■ K:t< :i' 4"?V " - Music Co. Austin's Leading Music House Pianos Sheet Music Phonographs r !'£>■ ' ~r<' _ iai Cafeteria Welcome Visitors Largest and Best ' Open All the Time WELCOME Maverick Cafe 621-623 Congress Ave. AUSTIN, TEXAS Phone 7688 The Nest of Utile Epicure ■pr'.'f "v- : i j' £ sj ■ Ityv;-; I I m l; ■etas'. -, v'li' . , *> m * ov - ■* Austin's ^ Leading .. . Hotel -iS < .-•V- y\ ';f HEADQUARTERS 'kP~~ *•"**• "* •"*— • *wv-.. - for I I 1 „ J* I ~ I Southwestern and Students ' 'Jwv * > • J3T& i Uli 'di KPsklMf E t ml 113 West Sixth St. AUSTIN, TEXAS r />] I mM ALL HAIL! to Southwestern's Former Queens of Her May Fetes The royal fine of Southwestern has been ably upheld in the past by Queen Alma of the Honse of Barrett, now Mrs. ML M. Ball of Dallas; Queen Bowena of the House of Otaderdonk, Fort Worth; Queen Willie of the House of Blount, now Mrs. Wilton Ingraharn of Fort - "' •' $ -V,; --y / _ KSryia ■ I • m .*• '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 June 1923

• |MI 'Tm iff Ri AUSTIN TEXAS CENTRAL TEXAS FINEST SHOW PROGRAM FOR JULY 6, 7, 8, 9 Hie Town That Forgot God" Directed by Harry Millarde, who Staged Over the Hill" A DRAMATIC THUNDERBOLT THAT WILL RANK AS ONE OF THE YEARS GREATEST The New York Evening Mail says: "The storm is a master- piece of realism—so vivid one ex- pects the theatre to be swept away." Wl Gammel's Book Store Austin, Texas Internationally Known Libraries Bought and Sold "If it's a book you can get it from Gammel's" .EE Visitors get a | Southwestern Pennant From MORELAND Mood Hall Snaman's Ladies' Fine Cloth- iers and Milliners Exclusively 506-508 Congress Ave. AUSTIN, TEXAS X RAY GARAGE General Auto Repairing Fixing, not Faking Is Our Motto 205 Congress Ave. Phone 3733 Austin, Tex WRITE TO C.&S.SportngfiooibCo. AUSTIN,* TEXAS For Catalogue of Athletic Goods Opera House TODAY VcUa^aiilksbf "Down to the Sea in Ships" The Thrill of a Lifetime! See the battle with a 90- ton Boll Whale in mad Yon Watermelons from F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 June 1923

fsmtwmI . , .,4 : Griffith Lumber Co, Georgetown, Texas X $ 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. lS C >-r '' *■" /jA ■ • - j 5* (■ ;* Austin Headquarters: Roger's Cafe Phone 6564 Georgetown Headquarters: Montgomery Bros., Service Station, Phone 300 FARE $1.00 .'4 *t.. '"v• lUr- ■fck N V>V- * > J*' ■ Leaders of tbe Boyal Party are Mary Lou MeMiehael and Mildred Puckett. Miss MeMiehael is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority and Miss Puekett r - - i, *> - m IkW&i 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 A, J I "f «? of the Grand March is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority and the Mask and Wig Club of South- western University. She scored a tre- mendous success as Portia in the club's presentation of the Merchant of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 June 1923

ATTENTION BAR If you were NOT a Fraternity Man while in Southwestern your home is JMOOD HALL * 1 j' : '-"l ^ **7 Vft/ f 'TO i $ fyy We are prepared to take care of you and we want you to be OUR GUESTS Be With the Old Barbarian Gang. Register in Mood Hall Lobby and Enjoy the jpbilee L SOUTHWESTERN CELE BBATE8 GOLDEN JUBILEE rontinutd from Page 1.) er fan. The royal party was composed of the Queen. Helen Oatman; the King, 1'aal V on rig. and Chief Marshal Harold Egger. The royal party of 1 129was ushered in by Miss Dinah Harper and Mr. Wal- lace Red. Miss Harper's gown was pink taffeta with silver ribbon. She wore a hat to match. The royal party was com- posed of the Queen, Loraine Marshall (Mrs. Dwigfet Simmons;} ; the King, Em- ory Hawk, and Chief Marshal Philip J^mklin. . . Miss Mary Lon McMichael and Mr. William Ayres ushered in the royal par- ty of 1922. Miss MeMichaeFs gown was fjame colored georgette with hat to match. The royal party was composed of the Queen, Helon Post (Mrs....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 June 1923

'II II f1 11 I' " i i I' I " ■" • "M i ' 'ut-mm- r-r r - - - • m mm q <? i || * •!. t ■ *; > s We" Welcome Yoii to* £)ur Golden Jubilee and Home Coming ;r -vy.„v •• l&r;* .•.c*v ft/'.* 4 • *-:V*• May you enjoy every minute of your ^lay here itaiflPKrs!* j^vVy-•" f-rjj, p ■' , ■' *. ■■' * .. HV- Your pleasure for the celebration would be incomplete without a place for refreshments and the convenience of a CAFE LET US SERVE YOU &ot£yV#': * - ' -5 v^)f fti w. - The most up-to-date Cafe in the city with all modern equipment. We are ready to serve you and your friends at all hours of the day and night. our cordial welcome awaits you. Thank You. > Come again. is,' ,1-SB Cafe GUS KALLAS. Proprietor Phone 289 Young ladies, _ are ready to serve you. " - Palace Barber Shop. Patronize oar advertisers. WOMEN'S WEAK FOB THE MOST DISCRIMINATING A. L. HARDIN CO., Inc. 816 Congress Avenue AUSTIN Patronize our advertisers. leS^SI * m *sB# I i OP "IF I KOTO" MP THE END OF THE PIFTH S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 June 1923

~ . y A. -• «• , , • . u', .'xJMnMMPK MM • r *? ifr* fy\ Mtf£ -/ i -3A*# « i* '* ■ • ? WE WELCOME YOU --V ~<4. i< > I Printers and Stationers of Georgetown . > JIM MAY'S TIRE SHOP Gooodyear Casings and Tubes • t 4>. . M-. * Good Gulf Gasoline and Supreme Auto Oil Accessories For Casing Trouble Phone No. 40 jiinff«frrfrrrr-ri www**mm—mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm _ 4 a: Princeses and Duchesses of Pageant Miss Louise Lamb, PJainview, Texas, Princess of the Pageant. Miss Lamb is a member of Zctta Tan Alpha sorority, the Mast and Wig Club, and has been active in student organizd&n^ includ- ing the Woman's Self Governing Coun- cil and the Pan-Hellenic Council. Miss Imogene Ross of Houston, Texas, is also Princess of the Golden Jubilee Pageant- Miss Ross is a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority. She is pres- ident of the Women's Honor Conneil and has taken an active part in the Y. W. C. A. and Pan-Hellenic. She was one of the Sou'wester's Beauties of 1922. Miss Gladys Heath, Madiso...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 June 1923

f w ^ . . V Ufefj I Nu '1 1 v: 1 < * ;/ fr We Extend to T f S. v r '■j? ery Jubilee Visitor ia Hearty Welcome and We ,Hope You Wifl Enjoy Every Minute of Your Stay With Us MclNNIS DRUG COMPANY THE REXALL STORE Phone 78 Welcome Alumni Back to "OLD MOTHER DEAR" OS a* as *©fl • ■MB ■3 a V) mmmmm MclMNIS DRUG COMPANY No. 2 At the University The Students Store Southwestern P. O. "i $ GARDNER DEVELOPS SOITWESTERN FOOTBALL HAS LIGHT BUT flOHTINO COMBI NATION—DEFEAT OF SOLDIERS 28 0 ENDS SEASON •m v n \ ■ ¥ ' C . II South western's football team of 1922 has gone down in history with a record that stands for itself. Beginning with bat a few regulars ad bnilt chiefly out of new material, Gardner manufactured a team which gradually developed thru the season and playing the hardest schedule of any T. I. A. A. team, won four of a schedule of ten games. Swamped in the middle of the season by several large scores, the Pirates rose to play spectacular ball in the last two games, and though outwe...

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

if' 1 EV 1 ■ i r v-'^kr^v-;- -13t' ;- • ■ 't** fjfr V* J* E'SI MISS PEARL A. NEAS Miss Neat is a very valuable assistant j in helping to make the Golden Jubilee a | great success. She is at present the University Registrar. NEW IMPROVEMENTS WILL GREET VISITORS TO ANNEX IflSil Those who have bee inmates of the Ladies' Annex, or a modern term, the Woman's Building, in the past will be surprised at the many improvements that have taken place during the past year. At the meeting of the Board of Trus- tees and executive body last June $30,- 000 was voted to spend on the Annex. This came as a (jbristmas gift to the girls, but they did not realize its worth until they returned this fall and saw the . improvements which had been made. Practically al lof the rooms have been repapered an dthe floors painted. In quite a number of the rooms new oak gurniture has been put in and the beds deserve special mention, for they are more comfortable than they have been for years. The lighting system has...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 June 1923

- •: It is a matter of some pride to South- western that her loeal Scholarship Soci- ety has been the chief factor iu the or- ganization of a State Scholarship Soci- ety. The society was first organized to jneet a loeal need, the feeling of Dr. Bishop and some faculty members beigg that something was needed to stimulate scholarship among the undergraduates. The purpose of the society, as stated in the constitution, is to promote high standards of scholarship and to main- tain ideals of simplimity, economy, and usefulness in the college community. An age of 90 in sixteen majors, Junior ing, or an average of 87 in twenty Senior standing, is the original ents set for membership in the In addition to these scholar- Wquirements, there are require- ments .of good character and general usefulness. According to this original constitution, two faculty members eould be elected eaeh year, and the close rela- tionship between faculty members and students gained through the society ha9 been one ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 June 1923

1; ) $ it' V'v BIG KL Barbecue ^THURSDAY NIGHT \ at the Klan Hall Directly After Jubilee Pfcgeant All Visiting Klansmen Are Cordially lit vited to Attend TRANSPORTATION WILL BE PROVIDED For All Klansmen LOOK FOR CARS WITH KLAN PLACARDS Several Distinguished Klansmen will make Addresses. Miss N- in helping great sueee University Georgetown Ku Khix Klan No. 178 MMVINIMMMWM We Want to THANK --- * ■ - ■ v' ' - •• • T£'w'- ' Every S. U. Student for the .liberal patronage you have given us this year. „ Next year we are going to be a BIGGER and BETTER Yours For a Big Vacatior PIRATES HANDICAPPED (Continued from page one) the first part 'of the season, the scoring side of the machine did not look so good. utB as soon as this difficulty was over- come nod ineligible* had been weeded out the old Pirate basketball ship began to sail with flying eolors. This season was one of whipping into shape a new team. Next season with practically all of the old men baek on the job, great things are expete...

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

m -i i I- v SUPPORT ME Vs FRIDAY KITE ; M ^ - < [ ®br Mraaphuni? PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 VOLUME SVII SEVENTEENTH YEAR NUMBER" 1 HEAR Leuchauerl OCT. 5th GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY. % OCT. 2, 1923. ; 3-0. YY^AA FIFTY-FIRST FORMAL OPENING HURSDAY DR. P W. HORN FRES7 JES IN AUDI TORIUM—-INCREASED ENROLL- MENT THIS /EAR Southwestern UiiUiv*rgity was for- mally opened Thu - lay Sept. 27th, by Dr. P. W. Horn, pMsidut. Many new students were present i l this occasion and the president tnno^uced that the enrollfent for the pres nt session ex- ceeded that of last year "by more than one hundred. The faculty and student body joined in singing "Onward Christian Soldier," after whieh Rev. John Bar.us, pre- siding elder of tile f-co getown District, offered the openftig prtyer. . Miss Zelma Br own . member of the fine arts faculty a:if"|ii> trnetor in piano, rendered a beant&f j piano solo, after wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 2 October 1923

JRGETOWN SPENDS | THOU SANDS OF DOLLAHS IN IMPROVEMENTS THIS YEAR nthin the past year "the little city Georgetown 'has undergone various jroveiiieut.s. The spirit of progress been wonderfully abroad. The Administration Building of the ithwestern University has undergone provements in the way of paint, plas- floois, and steam heat in all the ma and halls. ood Hall has also gone through such pocess of repairs and climning that it hardly recognized on the students' j woodwork painted. THE NEW MOOD HALL Have you seen Mood Hall this fall? It was as nice a building as you will find most anywhere before they went to work on it, but since the improvements tbis summer it is a real home for the boys in the school. The University has speut a great deal of money fixing it up but they are still not content. The time was too short for them to complete all the work ou the boys' home that they were planning, so some of it will have to be continued until next summer. The entire Hall has been replast...

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