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

* Lini I m pr f/ ;' "EAST IS WEST" Don't even think of missing Constance Talmadge in At THE MONARCH THEATRE Friday of This Week SPECIAL NOTICE—The Monarch will give reports on all Football games Thursday- Thanksgiving Matinee. Complete reports on all games. No extra charge for admission. Menand Women of Southwestern You should know that extra splendid values are to be found in our Ready-to-Wear Sec- tion. Let us show you. For Holidays to Come you will need Gifts of the better kind. We will be pleased to show you our stock of Gifts that lasts. Prior to going away you may need a Trunk Suit Case or Hand Bag, we have them. In- vestigate. Stromberg - Hoffman & Co. It Pays to Pay Cash Georgetown, Texas UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO GETS $7,500 GIFT FOB MEAT RESEARCH RESIGNATION OF DR. HORN IS ACCEPTED THE ART OF LOSING Lord, when I'm'being trimmed at go'f Or bridge or what the game may be, When all my shots are slightly off, l'lease make a gentleman of me! Teach me to fight to hold my place, ...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 November 1923

See M. B. Magill For the GREATEST REDUCTION SALE ever pulled off in George- town. We especially invite tKe Southwestern Students to visit our store and see the greatest savings in everything to wear. M. B. MAGILL |OUB NATION IS BLESSED WITH PROSPERITY (Continued from page 1) jeeptilily a poorer and meaner people had ■not Uie Pilgrims instituted this festal ■day of upward looking. It is a wondcr- Iful way of linking ourselves to God. Iiis- [tory suggests 110 period ahead when we las Americans can or will dispense with [the one day among days, the wonderful [Thanksgiving I>ay. Victor Hugo sums [up the spirit and purpose of the day in [this passage of rare beauty: "Have faith; and let us realize our equality as citizens, our frater- nity as men, our liberty and intel- lectual power. Let us love not on- ly those wlio love us, l.tit those who love us, not. Let us learn to wish to benefit al! men. Then everything will be changed; truth will reveal itself; the beautiful will arrive; the...

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

RECITAL Friday Night Dec. 7th STIje M egaplfone PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL TEAK BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVII NUMBER 10 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 4, 1923 LYCEUM Monday Night Dec. 10th v.$< l VMHJN ARTIST TO OVE CONCERT MONDAY EVENNG SECOND LYCEUM NUMBER FROM ISBS TO BE AMONG THE MRS. BURRIS ENTERTAINS The first big concert off tike music rea- son im Southwestern! will! be- given in the auditorium off tie college on next Monday evening, December 1®, alt 7:45. Ruth Ray, violinist,, will! be the artiat, and students and patroas off the art of miwsic here will 11 have aim opportunity to hear Her for the first time. SS* received the greater part of her musical: education in America. Malting her debut in Carnegie Hall, New York, JSoiwewber 4r 1M9*, the jjaded critics of that metropolis nhook off their indiffer- emee and acclaimed her am artist off tine first rank. TMs success was followed Bey engage-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 December 1923

3hr iipgapljnnp U!1J - 1 mm £atablioi|*b 1907 &mrntmillf $rar ■tered as s^rond-class mail matter, SeptemDer 7, 1912, at tti«j ~" toffiee at Georgetown, Texas, under Aet of Congress of March 3, 1911. |J. B. SMITH, JB EDITOR IN CHIEF EO. H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MANAGES FALTER MOORE Associate Editor L.IZABETH LITTLE Assistant Editor INANELLE HAMBLEN Assistant Editor Virginia Griffith Assistant Editor G. BOONE. Assistant Editor A. HARKEY Assistant Editor }EORGE MOOD Assistant Editor )WARD ONSTAT Assistant Editor LY MEREDITH Circulation Manager |. T. WILLIS Assistant Business Manager )WIN DANNELLY Assistant Business Maiager IUDLEY RICHARDSON Assistant Business Manager FRIENDSHIP AND ITS RELA HON TO THE MEGAPHONE SUPPORT THE LYCEUM | A true friend is a friend who will j int out youiffaults to you; an untrue iend is one who points out your faults others. A true friend of The Mega- ne is one who will come to the Editor point out the faults of the paper to and offer suggestions to remedy se...

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

What a difference just a few cents make! FATIMA CHECKING UP Mother: "What time did Zeke leave last night i" Daughter: "Ten o'clock." Mother: "Don't lie to me. I heard him say as he left, 'Just one.'" TAKING HIS MEASURE (With 1,500 apologies to MeGuffev's Third Reader.) "How big is Governor Walton, Pa,— That people eaU him great? Is he like old Goliath, tall, His spear a hundred weight ? Is he so- tall that he can stand Like some Colossus, high, And spraddle both his legs apart To let the folks go by?" "Oh, no, my child. He isn't big— And neither is he tall— It's not his stature makes him great, But the greatness of his GALL." —The American Forum. Secrest: "I have a cuckoo clock in my room." Slime Clendenin: "Mine doesn't work very well either." "Say, Jemima, dat ©1' man of yohs is a pretty good provider, ain't he!" "Yeah, gal, he shows he's got some brains. He calclates to keep me busy with dis here fryin' pan as a cookin' vessel instid of a weapon." Two negroes were hotfooting it f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 December 1923

PT-lr ." ^1' " " We Have the Equipment. We have plenty of Expert help in every department. We have lots of time. There is no reason why we should not serve you to your entire satisfaction. If we fail to do so in any way, notify H. F. THOMPSON and see how quich you get action. TROY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING PLANT H. F. Thompson, Prop. Georgetown, T« JUST RECEIVED a full line of Perfume, Atomizers and Perfume Burners, Coty, Caron and Houbigant Perfumes, Houbigant, D'jerlciss and Mavis Sets. Shop Early and Get Your Choice HODGES BROS., Druggists Cullum & Boren Co. Manufacturers and Distributors of the best ATHLETIC GOODS Dallas, Texas STUDENTS We thank you for your patronage strive at all time to please ou We hare only First Class Workmen. the past. We Bank Barber Shop A. W. Hoyt, Proprietor Next Door to Postofiice Mood Hall Tailoring Co. D. T. HEBERT, Manager We are Students and make a Specially of students Prompt Service, All Work Guaranteed. A1 Secrest, Mood Hall Agent MILES BROS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 December 1923

< I m SMi$' <* EXAMS NEXT WEEK 1 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAB VOLUME J^XVII NUMBER 11 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 11, 1923. ARE YOU READY' VIOLIN ARTIST DELIGHTS LARGE AUDIENCE MONDAY EVENING "S" ASSOCIATION HOLDS INITIATION FIRST MUSICAL CONCERT PROVES A SUCCESS—RAIN FAILS TO KEEP PEOPLE AWAY Ruth Ray, acclaimed to be an artist of the first rank by the critics of New York, appeared in a violin concert in the University auditorium last Monday I evening. Her complete'mastery of the instrument and her skill in technique was surpassed only by her beautiful tone coloring and charming individual- ity. Miss Ray said she knew the composer of "In An Irish .taunting Car," Miss Whitfield, personally. Her rendition of this selection made the auditor feel the j, meaning and significance of the title. The number, "Romance" by Butler, she said, was written especially for her. Her apprec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 December 1923

E\}t illwjapljnur tiliitlyrd 1907 ^rurntrrnlb $rar ed as serond-class mail matter, SeptemDer 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. SMITH, JB ~ EDITOR-IN-CHIEF >. H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MANAGER jTER MOORE Associate Editor IZABETH LITTLE Assistant Editor fANELLE HAMBLEN Assistant Editor IGINIA GRIFFITH Assistant Editor J G. BOONE Assistant Editor I A. HARKEY Assistant Editor IGE MOOD f Assistant Editor iWARD ONSTAT Assistant Editor |Y MEREDITH..: Circulation Manager r. WILLIS Assistant Business Manager [WIN DANNELLY Assistant Business Manager )LEY RICHARBSON Assistant Business Manager SODTHWESTESN BANQUET A MARKED SUCCESS GBADS AND FORMER STUDENTS RECALL DAYS GONE BY AT BANQUET OUR CAMPUS Winter is here and the campus is p, but now is the time to start work- Ito make it beautiful for next spring summer. There is much work that Id be done; pruning trees and shrub- landscaping the buildings and king over the entire campus. Al- every ot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 December 1923

II CHRISTMAS CARDS It is too late now for engraved greetings, but printed orders will be tak- en up to and including December 24th. Order now. ALL THIS FOR A DIME 5 8heets Holly Paper, 5 Seals, 5 Tags, 5 Yards Ribbouzene FIVE-CENT PACKAGES CHRISTMAS SEALS, STAMPS, TAGS, CARDS, ETC. TISSUE PAPER—in large sheets 20x30, put up by us. 20 sheets 15e HOLLY PAPER—5 large sheets, size 20x30, beautiful design. . 10c You will find everything for wrapping, tying, and marking Christmas Packages at our place ATLEE PRESS Printers and Stationers of GEORGETOWN, TEXAS "a child's oakland of verses' "A Child's Garland of Verses" is the very appropriate title under which the poems of Elizabeth Howard, little eight- year-old daughter of Prof. Howard, ap- pear in attractive booklet form. The lit- tle booklet does not contain all that she has composed but includes her most rep- resentative poems composed from the early age of four up to the present time. Dr. P. P. Claxton, U. S. Commissioner alamo literar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 December 1923

There has been some discussion of late as to what is Nouthwestern's most press- ing immediate need. Whether or not it be the greatest, I am going to mention one that is urgent. We need a new building. As to what it shall be I am not primarily interested. I have been for some time in favor of a new Library building as our first en- terprise, but I do not care to discuss-that question now. We need several new buildings. We have not suftcient class- rooms. If next year we have as large an increase over the attendance this year as we have this year over the pre- ceding, then we shall Dave more prob- lems as to classrooms. Jtut much as we need a new building for its own sake, it is the pnychological side I am now interested in. We have had our rallies and Alumni banquets and home-comings and Semi-Centennial and have heard our alumni tell how they love the old school, and now the time has come to do something. Crowing schools have some definite enterprise on hand, and that is what we ough...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 January 1924

/ "COSI FAN TUTTE" •• .7 '' ; ■: PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH tYEAR VOLUME ^XVII NUMBER 12 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JAN. 8, 1924. FRIDAY FEB. 81 Mixed Quartet to Give Concert Here Jan. 15 Prominent Artfifts With Walter Dunham at Piano in Beautiful Program B r N"j On Tuesday, January 15tli at the Uni- versity auditorium, one of tbe most pleas- ing and interesting musicals ot the year will be given, when a mixed quartet, com- - posed entirely of San Antonio atrists, accompanied by Walter Dunham, one of the beat pianists and organists of the Southwest, will present a rich program of operatic numbers,'arias, duets, and quar- tets, and as the final nunSber of the pro- gram will give Leham's beautiful work, "In a Persian Garden," in costume. Mr. Dunham will play several piano num- bers. The soprano of the quartet is Edna fit- ter Jones, who has been called by more than one critic "The Jenny ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 January 1924

TO MidiS*fc2 ltal|*i 1907 X>>-V" Anvntnntiy (rar ed as e?ond-elaaa mail matter, SeptemDer 7, 1912, at tk 7«stoffiee at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. SMITH, JR K H. MITCH tiTiT*. [.TEB MOORE Associate Editor JETH LITTLE Assistant Editor rANELLE HAMBLEN Assistant Editor JINIA GRIFFITH Assistant Editor ?G. BOONE Assistant Editor '■(A. HARKEY Assistant Editor JEMOOD Assistant Editor FABD ON8TAT Assistant Editor IT MEREDITH Circulation Manager P. WILLIS j Assistant Business Manager DAN NELLY Assistant Business Manager >LEY RICHARDSON Assistant Business Manager THE WORK OF A LIFETIME te of the easiest tasks that we meet in life is that of making New ■'a resolutions. But the hardest and the longest one is keeping It is simple to resolve to do this [that, but it is a life-long job to keep resolution. fe as students have been guilty in past years of things that shonld be out of our lives forever. Prob- our fault is a lack of interest in work. A failure t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 January 1924

'y- . !■ \ \ Societies DR OKAY CONDUCTS UNIVRSITY SUNDAY SCHOOL SAN JACS ELECT OFFICERS The San Jacinto Literary Society on Monday morning began its work for-the winter term with its usual enthusiasm. There were about thirty-live members present, the majority being boys. As this was the regular meeting for electing officers, the program was dis- pensed with. The following officers were elected: President, D. L. Landrum. Vice President, Walter Moore. Recording Secretary, Catherine Tor renee. Critic, Janice Coodsen. Censor, J. B. Dorbandt. Corresponding Secretary, Stewart Clendinin. Financial Secretary, J. B. Smith. Chaplain, Albeft Gray. The program for next Monday morn- ing is as follows: Installation of Officers. President's Farewell Address—J. B. Smith. Voeal Duet—Major Cook and Charles Berry. Inaugural Address—D. L. Landrum. Report on Indianapolis Convention— David Searles. ALAMO LITERARY SOCIETY The following officers were installed Monday morning at the 10:30 meeting of the Ala...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 January 1924

New Instructors in Southwestern Miss Madeleine Kelso MADELEINE KELSO MRS. ALICE BBITTAIH EVANS ' past Madeleine Kelso of New York as instructor of voire, succeeding helyn Mills Gillespie. Miss Kel- iduate in niusit- from Cot tel Col- evada, Mo., has studied for three under the Victor artists, Mr. and illi?in Wheeler; nniler Mme. Es- CaTrique, Coriniie Rider-Kelsey, eeently nnder II. Howard Brown, as taught singing in the Columbia, College for Women, and in Ohio ;y, Athens, Ohio. She has been five years a private teacher York, and a member of the fa- Bartholomew's Choir. She has in many concerts, recitals and msieals, and possesses a beaut i- voice. )B TINSLEY HONOBED r R. W. Tinsley, for twenty- i professor of Biology at South- i University and for the past few Face ret arv of the faculty and regis I the University, has been elected faeulty as its efaairnuan for the i between the resignation of Pres- i and the installation of his Prof. Tinsley is well known lit the State, having bee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 January 1924

1 WATCH FOR THE DATES ON MONARCH THEATRE ■aBBS MONARCH THEATRE IADELEDIE KELSO SDKS IN CHAPEL 2ft HEW VOICE TEACHES APPEARS POE FIRST TIME EEFOEE WU1MUII BODY Miss Madeline Kelso, the new instruc- tor in the Voice department, made her first appearance before the student body Tnesdsy morning. Her voiee is the dra- matie soprano and is very flexible and velvety. Her interpretation of "Lorelie" by Lint, with German tongue, certainly ■bowed her ability. Other numbers -were, "Fairy Tales" by Wolfe, and "Lit- tle Boy Bine" by Fox. For eneore she sang "The Blind Plowman" by Carter. Miss Kelso has made a call for the Glee Club to meet in the University auditorium, Tuesday evening (today) at seven o'clock. There has been consid- erable trouble in securing enough first tenon, so Miss Kelso urges that a great many try out for the Glee Club in order that ao part will be deficient on account of avaiUMK.",, V LETS EAT UPE OF GERMAN STUDENTS ■ The mark falla daily, and the hard- ships of student l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 January 1924

= (Continued from page I) the mowt highly respected. We must never lose sight of the fact the Freshmen enjoy tliese whip- Of course they *lo. Testimony this point is well-nigh unanimous, it the Freshmen and they will tell I so. Indeed, at the conclusion of t whipping it is customry for the | Pre*hinan to shake hands with the T7p- percliisHinaii who administered the pun- tirjient and to thank him for it. This il custom, which, I am told, was light over from A. and M., has done u;h to create a line spirit in the par- ^ tkipants. When the Freshman fails to receive tin whippings regularly he presents him- ( ■•If to the Upperclassman with a com- i plaint that he is being neglected- lie ' fears that the ITpperclassmaii. no longer ; cares for him. Perhaps it is here that } the density of the professorial mind is [ Most apparent, but I guarantee the truth i every statement here made; I have it | direct from the students concerned. Though I am beginning to understand E——m small measure, to b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 January 1924

i 49 CONCERT at 8:15 TONIGHT PUBLISHED EVEEY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAR VOLUME ^XVII NUMBER 13 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JAN. 15, 1924. CONCERT at 8:15 TONIGHT i m STUDENTS DISCUSS WORLD PROBLEMS HIGH POINTS OF THE INDIAN APOLIS CONVENTION The Quadrennial convention recently held iti Indianapolis was attended by over six thousands students and professors from institutions of higher learning in Canada and the United .States. Among them was a large number of students of other lands who ure studying in North America. They came together to realize the critical needs and possibilities of the situation in the world today and to consider the responsibility of the christian students of the I'nited States and Canada in the light of the situation. Thug the convention was a student convention and offered opportunity for the farankest presentation of whatever convictions students had. Following pow- erful a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 January 1924

utyr fUbgaplynttr £otablisl|ri> 1907 #mrnlrralb Qrar Btered as & ?ond-class mail matter, SeptemDer 7, 15)12, at the pnstoffiee at Georgetown, Texas, under Aet of Congress of March 3, 15)11 1. B. SMITH, JR _ EDITOR IH CHIKF IEO. H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MANAGER WALTER MOORE Associate Editor LJZABETH LITTLE Assistant Editor JNAXELLE HAMBLEN Assistant Editor tGINIA GRIFFITH Assistant Editor G. BOONE I Assistant Editor A. HARKEY. . Assistant Editor ^EORGE MOOD Assistant Editor WARD ONSTAT Assistant Editor LY MEREDITH . Circulation Manager f. T. WILLIS ' Assistant Business Manager )WIN DANNELLY Assistant Business Manager lUDLEY RICHARDSON Assistant Business Manager Societies ALAMO LITERARY SOCIETY OUR NEW STUDENTS As we look over the students this mil we find that as usual we have a umber who have not heen With ns efore. We hope that before they have en here very long they will eaU'li the pirit of the school. If they want to teh the spirit of the school that will easily done. If they ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 January 1924

ML NBM §' 3 £jfc- WATCH FOR THE DATES ON m • "The Hunchback of Notre Dame'1 Seats Go On Sale 2nd Week in Feb., at Hodges Bros. Drug Store MONARCH THEATRE MONARCH THEATR] PIRATE SPORTS SHOTS By Boone. Cold feet? Why, yea; "Doc" Stewart, coach of tie Texas herd, refused Coaeb f*> Gardner's offer of $200.00 to play the ADAM'S WIT.T. (Recently Excavated) PROFESSIONS OP A BRILLIANT COLLEGE STUDENT Eden—Hth day« Whereas, this place is beginning to Pirates on our own court last Saturday I 0,1 my ne'rv®9 and 'he animals out night. The Pirates lost two close,, hard- numberoing fought games to the Longhorns, but had they been as used to the Steer court as the Steers themselves, the games we more-than-I-cboose-to- j think to one (Eve's no good; she's afraid | of the mire); And whereas if I'm not killed and! would have been different. Coach "Due'! ^ora't ««* discouraged III die for lack of Stewart's refusal of Coach Gardner's j a *m"ke ( Kve ••ant make cigars out of flattering offer for the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 15 January 1924

ENT8 DISCUSS WORLD PROBLEMS (Continued from page 1) , rely intcllecual anil not highly cmotion- as some hail tfeared. The exeeutive mnittee spared nothing to secure men had -i vital message ami u ho were thorities in their respective field*. (Mne of the speakers who s|n>ke during lie convention were Sherwood Kilily, Dr. ®. R. Mott, Kolnirt K. Speer, Dr. V V. u, Dr. ./. E. K. Aggrey. 'l ite lion. Nevv- Rowell of Canada, I'rof. Andres Buna of Mexico, IJev. Studdert Kennedy, ctor of St. Kdward's ehureh, London, fid chaplain to the kinir, and Canon K. S. Ifuods, one of tlu* m«>?-t effective speakers [t the summer conferences of the Itritish fctudent. Movement and the author of [Modern l)iseeiple*hip." One of the most profitable result-? of he convention was the re-detinition ot |/hat is involved in the Christian life. (any students who came to the conven- tion half-ehristians went hack wbole- hristians. They hecanie convinced that he way of Christ works. .Many had talk. I'd from I...

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