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

— > 1 = = ■ - - V' # flfe We Welcome You # Southwestern University, Old and New Student We will appreciate yoArade. We are better equipped than ever to serve you. We are pre- pared for Banquets, Dif ers, Short Orders and Sandwiches of all kinds. CONFECTIONER Gus Kallas,|rop. Busy Bee Cafe "THE PLACE TO EAT" CAFE Phone 289 PIRATE B/ FX SUNDAY SCHOOL STARTS SUCCESSFULLY I Cyrus Barcu.s TWO HUNDRED ONE PRESENT AT ■ \ jBarcus,w AT FIRST MEETING SUNDAY horll B;ln BACK )F PEP THIS YEAR i OH, YES! WE HAD A PE EADE" MORNINO The University Sunday School, under the leadership of Dr. Horn, convened for the first tirne this year last Sunday morning. Due to the fact that the lit- erature had not arrived^ Dr. Horn pre- sented the previous Sunday's lesson to the class. The enrollment for the first Sunday numbered two hundred one. To add to this excellent start is the singing -tlnuO'- the' leadership of Bolton Boone, a former student', and the playing of Miss Zelma Brown, also a former student. ...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 2 October 1923

1&V. •tablinlpd 1907 &ixtrrnth |rar ritfc I (\ eti" ■ ■ 1 rov red aa s^rondelass mail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at the ^««offite at lK( Georgetown, Texas, under Aet of Congress of March 3, 19-11 rbe ' ^thw H. MITCHELL f. j>rov.XER MOORE tloABETH LITTLE -ANELLE HAMBLEN . iLXIA GRIFFITH.. SMITH, JH BOONE ' |rorei HAHKEY haiCGE MOOD *.. lrn (MEREDITH >RTERS—Erskine Williams, John F«e ^ EDITOR IN CHIEF BUSINESS MANAGER Associate Editor Assistant Editor K . .Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor 'ircnlation Manager Barton Bailey, and Margarett Ellis, krget He JSTOMS AND TRADITIONS Ulre are in the school la few welt customs that every student f I. hold dear to them and should Is to hold high in the school. Our luoth is one of the best little schools ever saw. The students hereto- lear'ttvve cherished that spirit of friend- Ithe Sjd fellowship among the students Iof our duty now to bear bigb the fbe «which they have given us. Th...

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

AT YOUR SERVICE! In making our initial announcement to the Student-body of Southwestern University, it is timely that we state that we have just opened our new Georgetown store, that we have come here to live and become a part of the citizenship of the town; that we are here to be of service, that we are at all times willing to cooperate and to take an active in- terest in the civic, commercial, social and moral welfare of the community. That we believe it is the function of the retail merchants to keep his community supplied with the latest, most approved articles of merchandise, and that in'* doing so and in never sacrificing quality to meet a price that he will be rendering a service to the community. We feel that from time to time throughout the year you will be in need of dry goods, clothing, shoes, millinery, ready- to-wear and accessories, and along this line we wish to call your attention to our unsurpassed facilities for anticipat- ing and meeting your requirements. Operati...

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

PIRATES OH THE 8EA rg| (By Boone.) i The Pirate squad leaves Thursday for 'College Station where they battle A. & itfr Saturday afternoon. Ge* "Fish" Guiin showed hi* worth to the j )roveam in the Alexander College game by b^tis beautiful broken field running and Fhe us long returns on punt . ithw Two <-a.- iialtiet resulted from the game rov1^nUt'a.v* Adam Bechtol suffered a' fl0roken collar bone which will keep him ma'jUt of the yanie for sime time. Adam [gifill certainly be missed as he was one |rocene *'ie mainstays of the 1'irute line. h#Pottie-' Reynolds sustained injuries to rn jis right hand. Bit; Aiken dislocated his shoulder lust i ne ■ s K.^eek in practice but will be bav-k in the r" -ignlar lineup in several days. [. The Pirate offense showed up well in frc a 1 ^^'0 Alexander game and by next game , j.|tonId be running smoothly. • ^This hot weather sure takes the pep 1 it of the fellows. We hope bv the A. P< tl n >,(KM ! CELEBRATION OP Y. W. C. A. WEEK M. ga...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 2 October 1923

' THE UNIVERSITY HONOR COUNCIL ' Since the ^tudeuts of Southwestern University have chosen to govern thern- dent body and the individual shall be suspended indefinitely. b. Stealing—First offense, public rep- rimand publicly administered; second selves by the Honor System and in or- j offense, expulsion. In case the individ- der to carry out this sjsteui have elect- [ ual refuses to appear for publie tepri- ed the University Honor Council to ex- j niand, the same course shall be followed ecute this system, it is necessary for this council to form certain rules • by which the students shall abide. In or- der that there may in no case be a plea of ignoiam-e of the law, we are publish- ing the rules of the University Honor Council. Read them and remember that they apply to you as well as everyone else in the University: 1. The Honor System assumes that ev- ery student is a gentleman o.- lady ami requires that he or she shall act as such in every college activity. Any viola- tion of thi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 2 October 1923

'*■ * The Best in Drug Store Goods" The Best in Drug Store Service" Mclnnis DrugCompany THE REXALL STORE Phone 78 EASTMAN KODAKS JOHNSTON'S CANDIES (Continued from page 1.) S. U. DROPS FIRST GAME OF SEASON Attempted pass by Alexander broken up by Kidd. An an attempted drop-kick by Harvey from 25-yard line broken up by 8. IT., but Harvey recovers for Alex- ander on 22-vard line. Pass Harvey to Scarbrouj^i nets 5 yards; Haynes over center no gain; pass Harvey to Sear- brongh nets 12 yards and brings the ball to the 8-vard line. Jeffries over right guard for 2 yards. S. IT. penalized 5 yards for being offside. Hayes thru . center 1-2 yard: Jeffries goes over left guard for touchdown. Harvey kicks f€ goal for the extra point. Lyons kicks off 25 yards to Harvey, who returns 4 yards. Harvey thru cen- ■q ter nerts 2 yards. A. C. penalized 15 yards for holding. Hayes thru eenter for no gain. Whitehurst, Pirate center, playing great defensive gamd. Borger thrown for 2-vard loss. Alexander's ...

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

PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS'*; ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 4 % ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVII NUMBER 2 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 9, 1923. A SPECIAL TRAIN TO TEMPLE LEUCHAUER DELIGHTS AUDIENCE WITH WONDERFUL CONCERT SOU WESTER 24 GETS UNDER WAY TO RESUME HIS STUDIES IN FRANCE I Mr. Lester. Leuchauer, assisted by Miss Zelma Brown at the piano, on last Friday evening entertained an eager Georgetown audience at the University auditorium. The hour and a half of the song recital aped as if by the very magic of Mr. Leuchauer's voicc. The program was as follows: Where'er Yon Walk Handel \ . J Attempt from Love's Siekness to Fly Purcell All Through-the Night. W lsh Folk Song Old English Drinking-Song—Woodman Myself When Young Lehman (From "In a PePrsian Garden") In the Time of Roses Renehardt Sylvia Speaks Morning Speaks Promesse de Mon Avcnir Massenet (From Opera "Le Roi de Lahore") Bun on Home Strickland De Ol' Ark's a Moverin' G...

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

its i iHWM " I Vir <farf #lfcj ®l;r fdegaphmte talahliflljrD 1907 fcixtrrntlj f par Btered as crond olaaa mail matter, SeptemDer 7, 1912, at the *">Btoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 I. B. SMITH, JB EDITOR IN CHIEF ISO. H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MANAGEB |WALTER MOORE Associate Editor [JZABETH LITTLE '..Assistant Editor IANNANELLE HAMBLEN. Assistant Editor IVIRG1NIA GRIFFITH Assistant Editor G. BOOXE Assistant Editor A. HATtKEY .Assistant Editor 3EORGE MOOD Assistant Editor LY MEREDITH Circulation Manager REPORTERS—NINA NUNN, JOHN BARTON BAILEY IE YOU ARE IN SCHOOL THERE YOUR SPIRIT SHOULD BE ALSO As long as there has been a Southwes- she has been noted for her school pirifcr—the spirit that makes every mem- er of the student body a loyal Bupport- of the school. But in recent years here has come into our school a class of udents from other schools who hold post dear to their hearts the school whence they came. What we want fere are men who want to ...

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

' • " • * —— .-US- *> 1 i BAN J ACS ELECT OFFICERS The San Jacinto Literary-Society held its second meeting Monday morning. The outlook for a successful year is quite encouraging, for quite a number of ne w students were present. The program consisted of the presi- dent's inaugural address by J. B. Smith, and a debate, the question being, "Ke- solved, That the possession of Lower California would be to the best inter- ests of the United States." Ruby Dunn and Maxwell Rushing supported the af- firmative side of the question, and Nina Nunn and Ben ardt the negative. The affirmative carried the decision. The following officers for the fall term were elected: Vice President, Walter Moore; recording secretary, Lola Fae Wales; critic, Elizabeth Little; treasurer, Slime Dannelly; financial sec- retary, Maxwell Bushing; chaplain, P. K. Durrett; society editor, Nina Nunn. The program for the following Mon- day is: • 1. Song by Society. 2. Prayer. 3. Installation of Officers, by Presi- den...

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

VOU can buy a very good suit, 'Tailored to Measure by Born," for $35 or $40—the kind others sell today at fifty. You save money here, judged by the price per suit, or the of your clothes | by the year. The all wool fabrics are of excellent qual- ity; they are tailored to fit correctly; to give lasting style and long wear. Come in and make your selection while stocks are complete. THE TOGGERY FRESHMAN'S BOLD PLUNGE . (With apologies to Hood.) One more unfortunate Poor Freshman Wight Rash and importunate Goes to recite. Question him tenderly Bore him with eare Fashioned so slenderly Tutor, beware! See his lips quivering [After body. . Aids digestioa, [MeaL*""*1* / & good thing FLAVOR LASTS Bee his limbs shivering While the sweat constantly Falls on his clothing. Question him patiently Loving, not loathing. Frown not so scornfully Speak to him mournfully Not so reprovingly. Mark that surprise of his, See those sad eyes of his, Gleaming so lovingly. Make no deep scrutiny, Stir up no...

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

jnsc [ j) i. "J * PIRATES •:v ' " / • Ulrnapljunr PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAR t BOBCAT! 0 VOLUME XVII NUMBER 3 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 16, 1923. Pirates Skin Bobcats In T. I. A. A. Opener Skipworth Scores Fir& Marker With a large crowd of the Southwes- tern students there to see the game, the Pirates gave the San Marcos Normal Bobcats a cleaning last Friday after- noon on their home ground that they will long remember. Although Lyons, star backfield man for the Pirates, was out of the game, Coach Gardner started a strong backfield against the Normal- ites. Although the first two touchdowns might be classed as the breaks, the third marker coming in the last of the game was put over by straight football and hard playing. The game in detail follows: The Bobcats kick -off to Nixon who returned the ball 10 yards. Pass Royal to Magee nets 40 yards. Dixon goes around right end...

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

tttyr Srgaplmttr 1907 &pprntrrnlb flrar aa s^rond claas mail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at tht - o toffiee at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 SMITH, JB EDITOR IN CHIEF H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MANAGER MOOBE Associate Editor JETH LITTLE . Assistant Editor fANELLE HAMBLEN Assistant Editor tfiXKIA GRIFFITH ...Assistant Editor |€k BOONE Assistant Editor HARKEY Assistant Editor >RGE MOOD Assistant Editor f MEREDITH Circulation Manager * WILLIS..... Assistant Business Manager REPORTER)—NINA NUNN, NOT HAVE REGULAR YELL PRACTICE? lie only way we will ever i*et real knized rooting is to have regular yell ptiee. We have three good yell lead- ad two good pep squads, but if the its do not know the yells our root- | will be abdminalde. Anyone ean an hour twice a week for yell prac- I and we should be glad to do it it if (ill help the team. Then let's talk it and start right away with regular ^meetings onee or twice a week. If re going to Temple to win we must good co...

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

. z "k*? 4 'i mm m i •• '"■A -■T "£m r- 4j| • I cai tot me? The audito Glee Club met in the University Thursday evening. The interest and progress shown, as well as the good ma- terial that is coming oat. is very prom- ising for a big year in the music circles of Southwestern. However, Mrs. Gil- lespie is very anxious that every boy in tbe University who can sing come out to the practices, as theye are probably many good voices among the boys who have not yet reported to the practices. She is very anxious to have a club con- sisting of the best male voiees in the University. When the club makes its trip it will represent the University as such and every man who has a good voice and refrains from giving it in support of the elub without good, sound and will-grounded reason, is guilty of nothing less than disloyalty to old S. U. and its character and reputation. Wateh the bulletin board for an- nouncements. % a booster; a knocker never wins. Cheney Neekni^ar. Vaught & Logan. THE p...

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

We Have All University Books and Supplies and can handle your wants Big Line Jewelry - Watch and Jewelry [Repairing Done Correctly • WILCOX BROS. Jewelers and Stationers DOBBS HATS The value of a Dobbs hat lies not only in its remarkable quality, its correct style and its distinguished appearance—the Dobbs signature is the recognized symbol of this •combination Vaught & Logan PIRATES SKIN BOBCATS (Continued from page one) around right end 6 vardsr-, Royal kieks, tick blocked and recovered by Royal. ' Ball goes over. Shelton around right end 6 yards. Brown tackled for loss of K yards. Con- ner fumbles and is tackled for 10 yards loss. Conner kicks to Dixon who is nailed in his tracks. Kidd around right end 6 yards. IJixon fails to gain around left end. Royal kicks 40 yards. Ball goes outside. Conner around right end 5 yards. Conner through line 2 yards. Last Quarter Normal's ball on 37-yard line. Pass intercepted by Perrin. Royal through line half yard. Gunn around right end 6 ya...

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

) PIRATES 0 N iw—wwiwui***) mmmtmt ®hp iHJenapljnnp FUKJXHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL TBAK BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAE VOLUME XVII NUMBER 4 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 23, 1923. MWMWIIfMWfM YELLOWJACKETS 0 Pirates Take Sting Out of Yellowjacketi 400 S. U. Students See Game at Temple Special Train Curies Band and Rooters fl$ A k--" * - • • it < • m mm Approximately four haadred stadeats boarded the Pirate Special to Teaiple Saturday at 12:30 eVlech, aad the sta- deat body was fall of pep froat the •tart. Headed by the baad and the pep (fud, rooting was very much ia rogue, and a high spirit of enthusiasm was mjriataiacd throughout the trip. The special stepped at Graager, Bartlett and Holland, when aon students and frieada of Southwestern boarded the Upon arrival ia Temple, the stu- body was act at the train by the Idea's dab of Teuplf which had ar- ranged far free transportation for the football fans. The band paraded the business sec- ti...

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

as > ;«id-«lui nail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at Ut -"wtoflite at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of CoigreH of March 3, 1911 J* SMITH, JB EDITOR-IN-CHIEF H. MITCHELL. BUSINESS MANAGER rilTEB MOORE Associate Editor ZABET 11 LITTLE Assistant Editor IANELLE HAMBLEN I Assistant Editor JIJIIA GRIFFITH Assistant Editor 6. BOON E. Assistant Editor* A. HABKEY * Assistant Editor )BGE MOOD Assistant Editor IkS" MEREDITH . Circulation Manager , T- WILLIS Assistant Business Manager ">WIN DANN KLLY Assistant Business Manager )LKY RICHARDSON Assistant Business Manager WHAT YOU HAVE: GET SOME MORE THEN GERMAN CLUB OBGANXEKD "We have it now, let's keep it. What ? y, that pep, of course. It was plain- visible Saturday on the train and ter we got to the game. At last we re that old pep we have been work- for. By constant work the pep quad, the band, and the yell leaders five instilled into the heart of every lent in Southwestern that pep and irit that proclaims to all loyalty to School and the t...

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

wmmmmmmmmmm—mm Tremendous drama, gprgeous spectacle, yet always human. Stupendous scenes of regal splendor as a setting for the age-old story of Robin Hood and his merry bandits. •-i'S 9te AUMDWD "V ' Monarch Theatre V."€ ' . %. ■ '-5 Taesday, VcUit ad Si Ni|h Shows 630 and 9eQ0 ion 50c / -- ATLEE PRESS B£ (Continued from page 1) tending in large numbers. Such inter- est on the part of the Faculty is a great encourageiAent to the team. There were several faculty members fth the side line at the game with the Bobcats in Stan Marcos, and their presence was noted by the team and others. Though the team proper did not go on the excursion, they returned with the crowd. Therefore, they Were a part of the show; in faet, they were the main circus during the afternoon, and but for a little hard luck Southwestern would hate returned with the scalps of the Tellowpackets and a song to the tune of Six-to-Nothing. Every man on the field and on the side lines played a spec- tacular game and we cou...

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

OUT OF YKLLOWJAOKBTS (Continued from page one) for one yard. Pass McAllister to iiey incomplete. End of first half. re 0-0. Second Half ^lyons kifks thirty-five yards to Iges who returns five yards. Bissett line for three yards. MeAllister line no gain. McAllister thru line yard. McAllister ki.-ks forty-eight i to Gunn who returns twelve yards, gee thru line for four yards. Gunn Kne for ten yards and firht down, gee thru line si* yards. Howard |rue penalized five yards for off side Gown's five-yard plunge. Lyons line three yards and first down, thru tine two yards. Bcyal td right end ten yards and first Magee thru line three yards, thru line two yards. Royal to carry ball on incomplete fake tackled for five-yard loss. Lyons fked forty-five yards over goal line, loward Payne's ball on twenty-yard Cheaney around right end three . Bissett thru line for four yards, out, Howard Payne. Cheaney eh ted for five-yard loss. McAllister klied for two-yard loss. McAllister thirty-five yards to G...

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

Ill III l| nil I --"^- -:-■■■> * '.Y; ' P'MS 'jfffiOB I v " :"^ BEAT v : . PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVII NUMBER 5 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 30, 1923. m BEAT SAM HOUSTON NORMAL NOTICE TO THE : STUDENT BODY CONCERNING A PIANO THE FARMERS , i BELIEVE IN MUSIC r';v I AGGIE BAND IS LARGEST AND BEST OF Southwestern University is an A class College. We are prqpd of that fact. We will not allow anything to keep us out of class A if we can help it. The I standardization of classes of college de- pends upon various considerations^large- ly technical in character. But in our own minds and according to our own ideals our college may fall far short, while still maintaining its classification. We ARE a class A College: with a class Z piano! If music is desirable at all, it is excellent music that we want. Music plays a large part in our life at South- western. We sing at Chape...

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

®1|£ Ubgapljntt* Catablislfrd 1907 &rurntrrulh flrar •red as t^ond-elass mail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at the -">stolfiee at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. B. SMITH, JB .EDITOR IK-CHIEF , H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MANAGES WALTER MOORE Associate Editor "UZABETH LITTLE Assistant Editor JANELLE HAMBLEN Assistant Editor tGINIA GRIFFITH Assistant Editor G. BOOXE i Assistant Editor A. HABKEY Assistant Editor feEORGE MOOD ... .Assistant Editor |£kT MEREDITH ,. Circulation Manager T. WILLIS Assistant Business Manager JWIX DANNELLY r.. .Assistant Business Manager lUDLEY RICHARDSON Assistant Business Manager Gridiron News PIRATES ON THE GRIDIRON LOST—A LITTLE PEP AIN'T IT SO? Most of the students showed the old- Ime pep Saturday morning in the send- ! they gave the team. But we are sor- to see that some have lost the pep | if you do not, he gets offended in the |iat seemed so unanimous at Temple, j beginning. |ur team was going to State to fight I If you believ...

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