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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 February 1924

/ I in.; 11 'II .: ;;^<- .,- /r;-' THE RACE PROBLEM AT THE INDIANAPOLIS CONVENTION flPg: fate, sgfc"' tVIfiaSw- ■>. . - ' / ■ . i~- I ■ J I UK I JHf I «i IIP - IB . € *, <-k£ .£ V tSsi i In ttfe forty-nine discussion groups of the convention, where students had com- plete charge and could discuss whatever they thought best, the problem of race was selected in the majority of groups as the most important issue and should be discussed first. Perhaps you do not think the race issue is a serious on^, or not important enough to be considered very carefully; but you must know now that it is a vital issue of today,, if the representatives of students from col- leges all over our own nation, and Can- ada, and other countries of the world, chose it as of prime importance evei^ in the face of economic, industrial, and war problems. The races of the world are today look- ing to the white race for help, for guid- ance. We' gave them Christ, yet are we carrying out Christ's principles i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 February 1924

1 ..V-v • r ' '•«< - v• i i . i -.I LTES DRUB BOBCATS 28 TO 14 (Continued from page one) Jaylor, but at present eoacli at Slier- nau High, refereed one of the closest nd finest games ou the Pirate court l is year. 1 Capt. Adams started the game by foul- jjing Kallina, but the big boy's chance tfent for naught. Mateer was the first to breafc tl 0 ice with a goal from 8 foul jfor holding. Many fouls were made by both sides, but no one seemed to be aoiJ? to ring the backet from the free goal Dbs mark. Six placed the Cats in the lead with the first field goal of the game, lamp's foul of ;i, who made both throws food, placed the Cats three points to ront, but this" was short lived, as Ma- teer followed shortly with a field goal nd two free throws of 5Ts foul for ripping. Royal and Camp each added point over the free routo, while Ma- leer, who was running circles around the Cats, was making another field goal Bo bring the score to 9-4 for the Pirates, [ateer, with a field goal and a fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 February 1924

LORADO TAFT WEDNESDAY NIGHT W*" PUBLISHED EVEEY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL TEAS BT THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XXVII NUMBER 19. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEB. 26, 1924. wwooiaaaaoaaaawaaaaaaaa LORADO TAFT , WEDNESDAY NIGHT ! i&i |1 'tf THE SOU'WESTER POPULARITY CONTEST FOUR MOST POPULAR GIRLS TO BE SELECTED WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY On Wednesday and Thursday of this week the students will select four girls lor the Sou'wester Popularity Seetion. These girls may be chosen from any class and all four of them may be chosen from the same class. The four girls getting the most votes will be the girls that are elected, and you will vote for the girl that you think is the most popular. This is one of the inost im- portant sections in the book and every- one should take an interest in the elec- tion and see that the four most repre- sentative girls are elected. This section has formerly been known as the Beauty Section, but we are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 February 1924

mbgapljottr Establtslfrd 1907 £rnrnJrrn!h Qrar ed as s^.?ond-class mail matter, Septemoer' 7, 1912, at tb« at Georgetown, Texas, under Aft of Corgress of March 3, 1911 THE OTHER FELLOW pk SMITH, JK EDITOR- IN- CHIEF H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MANAGER FALTER MOORE Associate Editor SABETII LITTLE Assistant Editor JANELLE HAMBLEN Assistant Editor IGINIA GRIFFITH Assistant Editor G. BOONE. Assistant Editor | A. HARKEY.. Assistant'Editor E MOOD Assistant Editor >WARD ONSTAT ......Assistant Editor LT MEREDITH.... Circulation Manager . V. WILLIS Assistant Business Manager DANNELLY Assistant Business Manager 'SANDERS Assistant Business Manager LTON BOONE, .Assistant Business Manager PRODUCTIVITY LOST students of Southwestern we have things to he proud of. In the we have had a record excelled by and in the present we have pros- for even a brighten future. We boast of our athtetie teams and victories, of sportsmanship that the foes#, of students as good as the t, and many other things that make ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 February 1924

... kJ&Ajr <i>>. ,2 v*t Societies "-*« LITERARY SOCIETY After a series of jolly now-figbts, stream*, laughter, the Alamo Literary Society entered the Hall and proceeded in a somewhat more decorus manner. Gilbert Jordan read bis poem, "On the Change," a poem typifying the change of Nature into her antnmn garb. He also read "Bill," a jolly story in which he portrayed the ease with which one loses his temper when a horse steps on one's foot. However, Bill didn t mean to, else "he hadn't sftept so low." Noreen Dunn gave a very nice im- promptu piano solo. John Bailey read a rather good essay on "Love,"" also one on ''Thoughts." His essays revealed a close personal study of the subject, if be " didn't ex- press just all he meant"—this in his own words. Frank Hodges was elected manager of the Alamo basketball team. Lots of things In Alamo—don rt miss them. Come. It was a dark night and a cyclist was lost; presumably he saw a sign on a post. With great difficulty he climbed th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 February 1924

[CEELEKT OPPORTUNITY FOR STUDENTS OF ART IVKL COURSES IN THE FIXE AND APPLIED ARTS Plans for a series of travel-courses the fine and applied arts during the er of 15)24, have been announced the Institute of International Edu- tion, 522 Fifth Avenue, 'New York. plans provide for four over-lapping iraes, with emphasis on painting and eulpture, on architecture and interior lecorat ions, on landscape designs, and history, respectively. The purpose the undertaking is to enable students make a study of the great works of architecture, and design in Europe, ler scholarly instruction at a mini- cost. Each of the courses will begin with a ries of daily lectures <yi shipboard ring the eastbound transatlantic voy- B, and will be continued in field lec- es during two months to be spent in siting the galleries, churches, palaces, gardens of Europe. Painting and Sculpture The history and appreciation of paiat- and sculptpre, studies in the great Series of Rome, Florence, Venice, Mi- Paris, Bru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 March 1924

EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL THE WU1MMW ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITI ' ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH TEAS VOLUME XXVII NUMBER 20. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAR. 4, 1924, SEE THEM PRACTICE LORADO TAFT LECTURES TO A VERY LARGE AUDIENCE tube on sculpture and modeling proves very ALAMO PARTY NOTICE r The University community enjoyed one of the most interesting and instruc- tive lectures of the year last Wednes- day evening when Lorado Taft, interna- tionally famed sculptor, presented a study of sculpture in outline form. Mr. Taft, with his spontaneous wit, and ever ready nsOe, won the hearts of those present, and the audience waa kept eagerly interested throughout the lee- tuae. He is full of evident kindliness, and is free from any hint of bombast. His magnetic personality draws his au- dience Into close contact with him, nnd thus it is that one is aide to get the fattest value of his lecture. Opening his Meture with an outline of the history of sculptuiy, he torched on the fact that the Egy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 March 1924

¥l|? libgajjfjflttp CatebHaljril 1907 £ritrntrrulh flrar ed as second-class mail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at th > postoffiee at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 1 B. SMITH, JK \ EDITOR IK CHIEF H. MITCHELL * BUSINESS MANAGEB FALTER MOOKE Associate Editor jIZABETH LITTLE Assistant Editor fNANELLE HAMBLEN Assistant Editor IRGINIA GRIFFITH ' Assistant Editor G. BOONE Assistant Editor A. HAKKEY Assistant Editor 30RGE MOOD Assistant Editor JWARD OXSTAT • Assistant Editor LY MEREDITH Circulation Manager T. WILLIS Assistant Business Manager >WIN DANNELLY ......Assistant Business Mamager INEST SANDERS Assistant Business Manager MUTON BOONE '. Assistant Business Manager ARE YOU PREPARED? i '' ' i-ii-'LCL ' ' I)R. WM. W. ELLSWORTH DISTINGUISHED LECTURER HERE THIS WEEK YOUR IDLE MOMENTS | The time for term examinations is swing near. Are you pready! Have been studying throughout the term, .Are you at a loss to know how you ever answer the questions that will nf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 March 1924

MY* V. SOKE A sweet lass is my 8. U. rose, She's sweeter far to me Than perfume that the south wind blows From blossoms on the apple tree. Her eyes are bluer than the tint That dyes the aznre depths of space,; And all the rays of heaven sent Dull 'fore the radiance of her face. The little dimples on her cheek Are where the angels kissed her; But now she's gone, my* heart feels weak, Gqod golly! How I've missed her! —Alfred L. Bissell. The Students' Barber Shop—The Pal- ace Barber Shop. Our friends are those who advertise with us. Buy from a friend. When take thoughtful care of the friend •carting on ■ journey ou enter or leave a picabte home and want to how appreci- ation birthdays, holidays and anniversaries come around When When When you want your own home folks to enjoy pure and pleasing Then tuake ulailiflM from the great variety of iVXxx^BK —, w wwvtf yxxxx xxxxx XX XXX yxxxx XXX* ^ Every time I look at the paper I read about another divorce— One more romance gone ap in vapor A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 March 1924

THE OTHER FELLOW DANCE OF THE MAXIP08A (Concluded from last week.) t the guardian returned alone, shak- their beads. e President called his guard around ; motionless was his face with cold idignation, he brought his fiat down the table with foree, r.ud speaking idly be said: Scour Mexico, my guards; bring I, demon to me. One thousand pesos one blue diamond to him who suc- Go!" The gu^ds saluted and oat of the Cafe. "Poor Chiquita!" the diners said. >r butterfly!" 'or months the President's guards thed among the mountains for the gitive thief, but never did the sun set success for them. And even as they bed, in Yucatan a great crowd had ibled to see a great matador, the itest matador since the days of Car- '' El Bey de Matadores." Just as crowd strained forward with anx- eyes, awaiting the handsome young ' thrust, the toro bolted, ran tow- the side of the amfitcatro. Prompt- by some strange power, some foolish sense, the young matador's eyes the panting toro, swept the amfi atro. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 March 1924

o 8 e r fA GETHER ONS GET TO A notable event of the holiday season in. Chicago was the eighth annual Christ mas dinner given by Mrs. McCorinick and arranged by Mr. L. C. Hollister, Secretary of the Student Department of the Chicago Young Men's Christian As- sociation for foreign students in Ameri- ca. Three hundred forty-seven students were inattendanec, representing thirty- five nations. The largest delegation, 107, came from the Philippines. China was represented by sixty two students. Speakers from Russia, China, Japan, the Philippines, India, Korea, and the Bar- bados, brought greetings from their re- spective countries. The spirit and con- tent of these addresses indicated how- great > contribution America may ex- pect from these foreign nations and how much of friendship our friends from abroad are endeavoring to find in inter- preting American idealism. The greet- ings from abroad were replied to by President Walter Dill Scott of North- western University and President Fra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 March 1924

Societies rOHANLESS WEDDING FEATURES AT SAN JACS closes—(boys win gial—one new member i initiated SO In return for the favor of the girls ! who gave a program last Monday morn- I 3ag, the boys performed a mock wedding past Monday morning at San Ja- ■nto Literary Society. The preacher was David Searles; the 'bride, "Too Long" Giddings; brido- grooita, Willis Ellyson; bride's father, Clay Berry; bride's mother, Clarence Downey; bride's grandmother, Boscoe Carter; bridegroom's father, Monroe "Vivion; bridegroom's sister, Albert Cray; flower girls, Charles Berry and ■Walter Bell; rejected suitor, Walter I Moore; herald, Earnest Sanders. Misses Daisy Gee and Johnny Buth Ponton are due the credit for the make- up and costuming of the characters, and : the society wishes to thank them very such. The attendance was unusually large. : Dorothy Lehmbcrg was initiated into tke society. The boys won the contest mt membership and attendance, so it's mp to the girls to give the social. Program for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 March 1924

nwfWW*- ■ ? *% ■ -Wiv^ • '4 rjrT^jrrpV Tf THE PASSING OF THE THIRD FLOOR BACK 3Lhp megaphone PUBLISHED EVEBY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVEB8ITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XXVII NUMBER 21. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAB. 11, 1924. MASK AND W1G| CLUB FLAY THURSDAY NIGHT 1 s \ I ' Wx ft. •' / - ■?' I w& DR. BARTON ADDRESSES STUDENT BODY SPEAKS ON THE MINISTRY—THIRD MAN TO LECTURE ON THE VA- RIOUS PROFESSIONS SAN JAC PARTY Prof. Davidson has been instrumen- tal in bringing various men to South- western to lecture on the different pro- fessions. Thus far, Dr. Cousins has lec- tured on the teaching profession, Dr. Ellsworth on the profession of writing. Dr. Barton came as the third and lec- tured on the ministry in the University auditorium last Friday morning. Here is the sum and substance of what he said: The ministry is a profession against which many people are armed. He is a man against something or somebody. He is looke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 March 1924

• ' .- v' .; ■ * LL i -. ■■'■ ;'^'' ■ *'•■■ t* .'•- >'^- J ■ ■* -"•' " • '*>-* *' . : ■ She iHrgaplimir IWjril 13Q7 £rwntrrntl? flror u a«?Qnd-clam mail matter, SeptemDer 7, 1912, at U« *>o toffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1WL * s B. SMI Til, JR EDITOR IN CHIEF H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MANAGER fALTER MOORE Associate Editor SABETH LITTLE Assistant Editor INANELLE HAMBLEN t Assistant Editor JINIA GRIFFITH Assistant Editor 16. BOONE Assistant Editor A. HAKKEY Assistant Editor JGE MOOI) Assistant Editor )WAKD ON8TAT Assistant Editor LY MEREDITH Circulation Manager .T. WILLIS Assistant Business Manager >WIN DANNELLY Assistant Business Manager INEST SANDERS Assistant Business Manager )LTON BOONE Assistant Business Manager I SUPPLY AND DEMAND liere is at present a demand and it the hands of the students 'to sup- |the needed article. That article is rt. The Magazine has passed, but does not mean that we will have a magazine to represent Southwes- tbrou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 March 1924

V >■* THE PASSOTG OF THE THIRD FLOOB BACK CoaeM, Staged, and Costumed Under Direction of William Dwlgit Went* Characters in tt* Prologue A Satyr . Mr. David Searls A Coward Mr. Thatcher Atkin A Bully ,.,.Mr. Donald Irvine A Shrew Miss Mary Bowen A Hussy Miss Louise Wood ley A Bogue Mr. Ed Bareus, Jr. A Cad Mr. Ambrose Douthitt A Cat Miss Nina Nunn A Snob Miss Elizabeth Little A Slut Miss Christie Johnson A Cheat Miss Virginia Griffith A Passer-by Mr. George Mitchell Characters in the Play Joey Wright, a retired bookmaker .......... •. .Mr. Searls Christepher Feny, a painter..Mr. Atkin Major Tompkins, retired Mr, Irvine Mrs. Tompkins, his wife Miss Bo-wen Vivian, his daughter Miss Woodley Jape Samuels, of the city... .Mr. Bareus Harry Larcom, his jackal. . Mr. Douthitt Miss Kite, unattached Miss Nunn MrbC. Per civ al de Hooley, cousin to Sir George Bart Miss Little Stasia, the slavey. Miss Johnson Mrs. Sharpe, the landlady . .Miss Griffith The Third Floor Back,to let.Mr. Mitchell ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 March 1924

PIRATES TAKE OPENING EXHIBITION GAME 3 TO 1 (Continued from page 1.) Bartlett Hi showed nire team work so early in the season, and if Coach Krirk- heimer ea develop another pitcher or two to help Stokes the Bartlett squad should bring home the State champion- ship again this year. In Stokes Bart- lett Hi her. one of the sweetest pitehers in Texas high school circles. The Pirates, atthoogh making several lobbies during thegame, showed flashes of the brand of ball they should be play- ing by the time the season opens. Crump at third, especially showed up well, with several nice stops of balls labeled hits, while his great arm enabled him to get ki* man each time at first. The score: Bartlett AB R. H. PO A. E. Clark, as. 4 1 2 2 1 0 Lawrence, 2b 3 0 0 1 1 0 Byrne*, lb-p. 3 0 ft e *> 0 BoHes, c 4 0 ft s 0 WDson, rf. 4 ft ft ft 0 0 Bempel, 3b.. 4 ft I ft 1 ft Benson, If ft 1 I ft ft Steglieb. rf. 4 ft ft 2 ft ft Stakes, p-lb 3 ft 1 3 1 ft Via, If. . 1 ft ft 1 0 ft Total. . 33 1 5 24 a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 March 1924

I • <ff FRESHMAN <5ljr iMrnauluntr PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL TEAK BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XXVII NUMBER 22. GEORGETOWN. TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAR. 18. 1924. FRESH MAl EDITION April 1st ■ASK AND WK CLUB PLAY A BIG SUCCESS •THE OF THE THIRD ' KXCKTJ ALL f 1 ... | 1 i v § wd Wig Club se- ns Jo be popularity and in ability, for in the play, "Tie Passing of the Third Floor Bark," presented Thursday evening at the University auditorium, there was a larger attendance aad a better satisfied audience than has ever before been to see then. It has been the ambition of the Mask aad Wig Chub to give to the college a better quality «f stage dramatic* than they eaa ordi- narily get aad to train students, both in the elub sad outside, to abetter appreci- ation of the great work that the stage ban to accomplish. Passing of the Third Floor ■at a play divided iato three the play, aad the The east ia the prologue rep a very aadeairable...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 March 1924

. - 6 A %•* utyr UUujapluntr SEVERAL NEW COURSES TO BE OFFERED NEXT TE&M UaljriJ 1907 &rwntrrntlj flrar ed as tk^ond-class mail matter, SeptemDer 7, 1912, at tbt> -"istofliee at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, ldll SMITH, JR EDITOR IN CHIEF H. MITCHELL , BUSINESS MANAGER TER MOORE Associate Editor JETH LITTLE. .' Assistant Editor LNELLE HAMBLEX Assistant Editor IrlNIA GRIFFITH Assistant Editor BOOXE Assistant Editor HARKEY Assistant Editor tGE MOOD Assistant Editor |ARD OXSTAT Assistant Editor MEREDITH ! Circulation Manager J WILLIS ' Assistant Business Manager [IN DANNELLY Assistant Business Manager 3T SANDERS Assistant Business Manager ITON BOOXE Assistant Business Manager THE SUNDAY SCHOOL have you ever visited the Sun- |School on Sunday morning? If have you don't regret it, do you? |>u have not, you've missed a treat, is always a worthwhole program j valuable discussion. le forum discussion is proving not j [interesting bat also very valuable, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 March 1924

1*7*? S I DOK'T Most motorists are blooming fools, They trifle with the traffie rules. I don't. No man should try to get the drop Of any seasoned traffie eop, Nor fail to heed his sign to stop. I don't. A man should never drive too fast, Or brag about the ears he's passed. I don't. For safety first should be his ereed. There really isn't any need To drive a ear at reckless speed. I don't. A man should never lose his bean When piloting a gas machine. I don't. On eitv street or eountry road A man should never break the code, Nor fellow-farmers incommode. I don't. • He should not scare equestrians, Nor ehase the poor pedestrians. I don't. In fact, I have no ear to ran, I'm shy the coin to ptlrehase one; You'd think I wouldn't have much fun. I don't. —Ex. SEVEBAL NEW COURSES TO BE OFFERED NEXT TERM INSTRUCTORS OPEN HOMES TO STUDENTS EDITORIALLY SPEAKING I'D HATE TO BE— The suspicious-guy who used to leave his spare tire home for fear someone would steal it. The Indian who got full of fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 March 1924

J— OPPOKTUKI TIES FOB YOUNG TEXAS FIRST TRACK KBBT (Continued from page one) such as wall scaling, shelter tent i ehing, mounted wrestling and equip- •t races. Swimming and diving j its will be held in the two big swim- j ; pools at the Fort. From the many | lications being received daily, it is j wn that many elassy athletes from t schools and colleges of Texas will.be Fort Sam Houston this summer. |The camp, which will be from August to 31st, is open to all young men of character between the ages of 17 24, and application should be made the C. M. T. C. Officer, Fort Sam ston, as soon as possible, as already rly 600 students have been enrolled the four camps to be held in' the Area. All transportation and expenses will be paid by the. Gov- ent. (Continued from page one) I**Bon, where have you been?" queried ther, as her son slouched into the *t 1 1 m. "I've been out on a date," has his er. •'With that dirty shirt?'' "Nan, with a girl."—Sun Dial. THEME TABLETo AND BLUE )KS FOB EXAMI...

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