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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 February 1919

[A... El " MISSIONARY-CENTENARY EDITION tttA-c/ rJ; li'i. i. Ill THE WORLD 1819 1919 MY PARISH ; '< , THE WORLD 1819 1919 MY PARISH* published eveby tuesday during the school yeab by the students' association of southwestebn univebsity volume xn qeoboetown, texas, tuesday, febbuaby 25, 1919. NUMBEB 20 SOUTHWESTERN'S REP- RESENTATIVES IN CUBA REV. L. H. ROBINSON I' ■1 4 i i; ■¥\ ■ vM' (By Mrs. L. H. Robinson.) Ten years ago John F. Caperton went to Mexico but was later transferred to this field. He has remained in the pas- torate continuously, having had charge of the work in Cienfuegas and Preston, and is now stationed in Santiago. Dur- ing his long period of service as a bach- elor two particular features distinguish- ed him: lie was a special friend to all the young men and a devoted friend to all the young ladies. In Preston there was, a large group whpm Mr. Caperton called his boys. He drew these young men into the Epworth League and Sun- day school and then into the church. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 February 1919

JreBBR "SMMk ■. f• • 4 >. iSR^S TO?*' :,Tr,p t,m THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, Beptember 27, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1911. Gayle Waldrop Editor-in-Chief George W. Truitt... .Business Manager STAFF Chas. W. Pepper General Assistant R. G. Mood, Jr Assistant Editor E. A. Love Assistant, Editor Inez Ayres Assistant Editor Berna Sillure Assistant Editor Ersyl Battle Assistant Editor Lucile Snipes Assistant Editor Esten Willingham... .Assistant Manager Margaret Harkey.... Assistant Manager "A boy was born 'mid little things, Between a little world and sky, And dreamed not of the cosmic rings 'Round which the circling planets fly. "He lived in little works and thoughts, Where little ventures grow and plod, And placed and ploughed his little plots, And prayed unto his little God, "But as the mighty system grew, "itis faith grew faint with many scars; The cosmos widened in his view, But God was lost among his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 February 1919

/ . K . i y r, j i a S i ■ H4 • % -m--.r'.ilj. ■: '<■ : ! 1 >V , 1^*0 ?■ • - .'" i Jf REV. FRANK S. ONDERDONK Frank S. Onderdonk came to South- western University in 1888. The fol- lowing year while listening to a mis- sionary address by-J)r. W. P. Palmore, world traveler! he felt very much inpress- ed by the missionary work and was ever after a missionary enthusiast. Under the influence of Rev. A. H. Sutherland, a missionary, he became interested in Mexico. In 1892 he left college and ex- pected to be appointed to work in Mexi- co but was hindered. In October of the same year he joined the West Texas Con- ference where he became interested in and identified with the Mexican work along the border where he was appoint- ed. It was here that Dr. Walter R. Lam- buth secured his appointment to the Mexican work, making him pastor of the American congregation in San Luis Po- osi, Mexico. It was during this period and under his administration that the new church and Trinity hospital i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 February 1919

—771" S\T* % I® lf: ii! •' - m J §&■• r . raV ' ifei' ii THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, September 27, 1912, at tho postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1911. A LAY SERMON ON THE CENTERARY MOVEMENT Poem here SOUTHWESTERN'S HONOR ROLL IN MISSION FIELDS Smi? If STAFF—MISSIONARY EDITION. Gayle Waldrop Editoi'-in-Chief George W. Truitt Busines Manager Assistant Editors—Miss Ej'kle ' Pitts, Miss Vera Williamson, Miss Conchita Rodriquez, Miss Lillian Waltom, R. G. Mood, Jr., R. A. Love. Special Contributors—Mrs. L. H. Rob- inson, Miss Lucy Harper, Mrs. K. P. Barton, Dr. C. C. Cody, Dr. C. A. Ni- chols, Mrs. Margaret ]$cKennon, Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Femster, Dr. H. L. Grav. To the ctaff members and special con- tributors above is due the entire credit for the Missionary Centenary features of this enlarged editoon, the regular staff looking to the current .news. Our appre- ciation is heartfelt and profound for without their heroic, untir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 February 1919

SOUTHWESTERN UNI- VERSITY AND MEXICO ft (Continued from pags one) gelieal education. Our Bethel church has been self-sup- porting for nineteen years. The two congregations, Methodist and Congre- gationalist, are now united and have get themselves to win 200 souls for Christ and raise $3000 Mexican money this Centenial year. Bro. L. B. Newberry, presiding elder in the Chihuahua district, says that" at any other place where he has worked it would take fifty yoars to develop such an. educated public as he finds among the frank, open-hearted people of Chihuahua. Verily the efforts made by evangelicalanin that state have been seed sown in good ground. The University has furnished a large quota of the workers in that part of the field. Mary S. Sanders, whose dear name, and years of fruitful service left with the many who came under sweet influence that was like ointment pour- ed forth, memories that will bless their lives always, Olivia McLeaif, Margaret Price, Sarah and Annie Wilbarger, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 February 1919

W: «&«E 'WW 1 b-*- Ti K p': THIS MISSIONARY EDITION Cost Lots of Extra Money * The following made contributions, thereby helping staff in their efforts to make the edition a success: the Mary Lucy Marberry Berta Lowma.ii Helen Robertson Lois Punchard Laura Courtney Ersyl Battle Mary Blanks > Lyn Howe He Ion I'ose Edith Fletcher Inez Ay res Fannie Millican Evelyn Harper Anna "Lou Baskin Beulali Morris Dorothy Mitchell Grace Anna Kerr Vera Williamson Aloise Walker Eckle Pitts .Lucile Dickard Mary Presnall Alice Robertson Lillian Walton Martha Dobie Ruth Aycock Maurine House Vina Madison Margaret Harkey W. J. Miller W. D. Swickheimer D. L. Simmons R. S. Poemster J. C. Oodbey R. W. Tinsley F. W. Kraft Dr. C. M. Bishop Eloise Matthews Ethel Otto lone Cocke Earle McClendon Wesley Harde Wilbur Robinson David Askew A. M. Evans Vinson Friar Raymond Ho-we Henry Akin Bryan McDaniel Carrol Pope Jack Ryan Warren Rees Marvin Neil Ney Wade Coby .Groce Max Mixson J. G. Harwell Jarrett Pace G...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 February 1919

ALUMUS IN ARMY OF OCCUPATION WRITES Germany and the Germans, an Old Monastery, How He Spent Christmas—Mist Delight- fully Related. Shipp G. Sanders, A. B. 1909,* is one of the irisot cultured and scholarly men that Southwestern has produced. The letters below give proof of his charming literary ability. They are little mas- terpieces of literature. Sanders took his M. A. at Princeton, having spent one year of graduate work at Texas and three at Princeton and Wisconsin. When he entered t(je service as a pri- vate in the Medical Corps, Field Hos- pital Service, he was teaching at Dart- mouth College. He is a brother of Miss Mary Sanders, who was instructor in Freshman English until she resigned last month. On Rhine, Dec. 11, 1918. My dear Mary: 1 dare say you have had scant news from mo since Thanksgiving. J believe I gave Martha an account of that day. Therefore I must continue with the "battle of Luxembourg." For several days I discontinued making triumph- ant entries into the city ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 February 1919

■RU MB I rv^** rnPfPS ""•*: **rr — I'- /-'. OUR CONFERENCE MIS- SIONARY SECRETARY (Roy F. Feemster.) Southwestern men and women are making good in'whatever work they go into. They are making - their influence felt in every part of this .large state of ours. Many times since I have been here as I looked about over tlie state and thought of the many stuednts whom I have come to know during the past few years who received their training in this school, I ha^e wondered how much the progress which is seen on every hand is due to the influence of these students. " I have wondered what the condition of our state would be if we could by a magic word remove all the Influences and ,achievements of tth^so students. I have been taught by graduates of this school. I have listened to them preach. 1 have heard them deliver charges to juries, f have seen them relieve the pains of the sick. And who is -there that has not had the same experience? One among those whom T count mv best friends went out ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 March 1919

-# - # 0 N "7 vl V >?;: '' V |x§<" ■ $ •j i sixty pee cent. of southwestern's boys webe at sunday school last sunday morning PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY THE DEVEREUX PLAY] IN "LOVE AND GEOGI PHY" THURSDAY EVEN- ING AT THE AUDITORIUM volume xn GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1919 NUMBER 21 track team training toward Testing trials Prospects Are Good For a Winning Team This Year With Entries In All Contests Southwestern's prospects in track work for this year are very good. Be-) sides several old men, there .lire a num- ber of hopeful freshmen who* are work- ing faithfully to be worthy of repre- senting their school. The field is in good, condition, and the house has been cleaned up to accommodate the men. In other events of the college year, the spraining has more the nature of a game and of sport, but training ou the cinder path is labor. It requires the strictest diot, and every man is largely his...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 March 1919

.tjniyij ' frT km, A. V , V J!t ■ fe ,<: B, 1 m New Shipments Arriving Daily IN LADIES' COAT SUITS. Navy takes the lead. We are showing some wonderful styles. The New Box Coats' Belted Coats, and Tailored and Braided effects. Priced $25 to $45 The Fair Georgetown, Texas THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, September 27, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1911. BOB LOVE ISSUE EDITOR "Do it well or not at all" is set forth as the motto of many students who do not do it. Some students study the professors and some study the course. The form- er method may be profitable but the lat- ter is decidedly the more interesting. Our long experience in reading arti- cles submitted for publication has brought forth the following conclusion: Some inspire us, but others encourage us to write. The average college student is quite willing to acknowledge that he is heir to all that has past, but the trouble is that he is not willing to p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 March 1919

WHEN SPRING COMES 'SOUND AGAIN (Aubey A. Graves.) When spring coinuB back with rustling shade, Bringing blue days and clear, When robins flit from tree to tree, When balmy days are here, The birds shall sing and flowers bloom In olden spring-time lore, But there's a soul that shall not see life aa it seemed before. \ * V* A The swimming hole shall loolt the same, The farm-house and the fields, The whippoorwillB shall sing again When twilight onward steals. But there's a soul that's tasted war, That bears its shameful stain— It shall find life a fuller one When spring comes 'round again. Miss Eloise Laws has just returned from San Antonio where she has had an operation on her throat. Miss Ruth Aycock spent the past week- end at home. Several entries were made by South- western students in the T. I. P. A. con- test. The recent action taken by Congress promises Uncle Sam's soldiers that they will be allowed to keep their uniforms and that they will be given sixty dollars "us soon as pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 March 1919

!X?*>TTr 77 | • ^ ■ I ALUMNUS CROSSES RHINE Pension Fortbour, Rengsdorf, (Not so far from Coblence), Deecmber 23rd, 1918'. My dear Mother: I don't believe I've written since the lltli. We have moved twice ainee then. 1 last wrote from the Sister's Hospital at Niederminger, and told you about the Abter Maria Laachs. The next day (the 12th) we went over again and were shown all through the place, reading latin on the run. The next day nothing happened until 8 p. m., when we pulled off another one of our secret moves. There was lots of free daylight for moving, two days of it, but that wouldn't do—we must wait until it was dark to pack up and whip off; but that's the army, it makes good soldier^. Los- ing sleep all this time we crossed the Rhine at 12:30 a. m. the 14th, and ar- rived at Weir at 2:30. Went to sleep on the hard floor of the school house at- tic at 3 a. m., sl^pt four hours, and found Randolph early next morning set- ting up his shop just across the street. Again good ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 March 1919

ir. wI,™?:*' ''0W$ ■':"'**& • ' > \ n . Vi«y ' v-*-* <■*** I a-H. . ■*>>■■<< ' v vf/ / fS<* ■ V f. Exams begin Maxell 24th. Think on those things so the Dean won't have to see you after chapel— maybe "see you home." Ask some of the student soldiers of last term If the S. A. T. O. was worth while. That $60 bonus "do oome In handy." Mift Megaphone PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY VOLUME XII NUMBER 22 ESTABLISHED 1006 TWELFTH YEAR GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1919 The Washington's Birth- day Prom, has grown Into a St. Patrick's Day Prom, and will be celebrated oh March 17th. Will Mood Hall "come back" to the challenge of the Annex on Sunday School attendance? Yes! Yes!! Yes!!! DEVEREUX PLAYERS MSEIT 'LOVE AND [' THURSDAY DRAMATIZATION OF NORWEGIAN PLAY BY CELEBRATED DEVER- EUX PLAYERS PRONOUNCED EXCELLENT BY AUDIENCE AND DRAMA STUDENTS (lone Cocke '19.) Professor Pegues' short lecture on Bj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 March 1919

••SBW IRHSttS '*S3 ,,f w rap^y SSTTOMPW" ■KiBfli r V r ■* *}: V<j Hi; i Safe THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, September 27, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1911. Gayle Waldrop Editor-in-Chief George Truitt .Business Manager T,TTf!TT.F. SNIPES ISSUE EDITOR Co-operation is the keynote of success. In every body of people whether students, business men or "government, the better the co-operation . is the greater the ac- complishment will be. A large body of people can attain any goal they may set for themselves if each co-operates and does his duty however, small his part may be. By co-operation and by co-operation alone the American gov- ernment and the allied nations attain- ed their purpose. By Mr. Hoover's plan that every person however young or old, should do his part in saving food, by buying Thrift Stamps, Liberty Bonds and becoming Red Cross members, many lives and much money was saved. We may think our part...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 March 1919

I m R ♦ . • mtmmm WHO'S WHO OF SOUTH- WESTERN ALUMNAE MISS CORNELIA WYSE, A. Ml, LAW- YER, CHICAGO, ILL., HAS HAD' VERY INTERESTING LIFE ) t \ IF: - 'V r*"" \ ■VS.V f&k*, (Special to The Megaphone.) Miss Wyse is on« of the successful business women who have gone out from the halls of Southwestern and of whom Southwestern is justly proud. She early chose to follow a career and stayed with that decision through a long struggle and many discourage* ments. But now she is recognized as one who speaks with authority in her chosen profession. Miss Wyse graduated in 1906, and the motto accompanying her photograph in that issue of the Sou'wester is quite characteristic, "To be sublimely great or nothing." The subject of her thesis was The Romantic Elements of Keat's Poetry. On account of her ability to put things through she served on many cbmmittees all through her. college life and the list of honors that she was the recipient of from the hands of her fel- low students would be too lon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 March 1919

■HPfPft.s?' ■ T.'r ■•"--r%w■■;•'■ ?V • ri ^ '«MJ*fc ..v-..; .••5SfflB^W®Plf^P^iSIP85PIPS® KBIH^N': : V ' :•>,. ' . ' ' - ' "!• I" X' "' ' v ' •'• J V " V' .:' -« v* : V'"!^/' T- . ' -,t 4^j£* i';*'1^-. A,'■!■•.>??.1 •• •• ^ IK'TOF^HHil Iv Sgw J '• ', -V I •l**, l'" I ^ K2 SH _ ' •J,w.y;... if May.?* % |B>5ir }.-: ;« IRC1 Iff. VACHBL LINDSAY, AMERICAN POET, READS POETRY HERE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26TH (Ersyl Battle.) The exact date that Vachel Lindaay will be here has been determined as Wednesday evening, Mareh 26. Just which one of his four programmes he will give has not been decided. The first of his four distinct programmes is "The Gospel of Beauty." This consists of a list of poems such as "The Soul 'of the City," "Indian Summer," "The Wiz- ard Wind," etc. These verses are thread- ed together with a discussion of Democ- racy and Art. "The Kallvope Yell" in this selection is a type of the Higher Vaudeville. This is a contrast to the other poems and is especially suited for th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 March 1919

li * , 1 100 o of Southwestern's stu- dents contributed to- ward the $4435 raised in Chapel Friday for the new Gym. gEfre iHegaphattg Ls PUBLISHED EVEBY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1906 TWELFTH YEAB VOLUME XII NUMBER 23 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1919 82 O of all the boarding stu- dents attended Sunday School last Sunday. Let's make it 100 per cent, next Sunday. ST. PATRICK'S PROM A HAPPY OCCASION DAY OF JOLLY IRISH SAINT DULY OELEBBATED BY "PROM'' [\ \ Ik / ,<y Of course, everyone heard aboutt he George Washington Prom, the Dolly Madisons and the Martha Washington Dames; and everyone who heard about all that knew how that Prom evoluted into St. Patrick's Prom, the Katie O'- Malleys and the Pat Dopahuea. The Annex was Ireland itself with shamrocks, cozy corners behind green- ery, and ac ool green lake in a secluded retreat of ferns. The music was as goocf as a wedding feast or a "wake," truly the musicians...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 March 1919

/t I •"" '" 1 "•>;' 1 - " " ■ ■"7"r •"• V v ''•" ■•«:■.; .'5'^T '', :'*.4m-"* ••' ;,' -":. '■'. • ■ -'V' '^PHERRS^ ''* THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, September 27, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Con- fess of March 3, 1911. Gayle Waldrop Editor-in-Chief George Truitt Business Manager ERSYL BATTLE. ... .ISSUE EDITOR B. G. Mood, Jr., Acting Editor-in-Chief Will Southwestern have a gymnasium ? Ask the student body. It is no longer a question, no longer an ideal, it is a reality. We can already feel the spir- it of the games to be played on that indoor court next fall. A student body that/ can raise $1350 more than the ne- cessary amount for an undertaking can not fail to succeed in that undertaking. We were every one behind the plans and pushing hard. Let's noj lose our zeal over the real thing. On the day when the boys go out to work let's do our part. Don't forget your pledge secures the gymnasium. Let's now get behind the working of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 March 1919

BIO PEP SESSION AT SUNDAY SCHOOL (Continueed from page one.) the same song and then the Fight Was On! When both voices were put togeth- er the roofs fairly rang. The girls' sec- ond song, "Jesus Included Me Too," was certainly a success and was responded to by the boys' "Loyalty to Christ." Since the girls had started the ball they want- ed to stop it, so the boys gave their last number, "The Church in the Wild Wood" lfcrhich gained the admiration and appro- val of each girl. The girls' best number was also .their last, "Saved, Saved, Saved." The contest was so close and the ndmbers on either side so great that no definite decision could be made as to the better^ but the boys rallied in a great "Rah! Rah!" for the girls and the girls as strongly gave them one. Num- erous attempts were made to get a count of all those present and when the bal- ance seemed to be inclined toward one si<^ hasty couriers were dispatched to Mood Hall for more men. Reinforce- ments four strong finally a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 March 1919

TO' :'Wi . 1' A CALL FROM GOD FOB THIS HOUE i ft W t A commanding spiritual opportunity knocks at our door. The Centenary of Methodist Missions presents the chal- lenge of objectives larger than have yet been presented to any church in mod- ern times. I<t may be well that this is the outstanding spiritual opportunity of our generation. It is a summons to a mighty people to penertate anew into the realities of the Christian Faith and a call to rolease on an unprecedented scale the forces needed for the world tasks that confront us. Will this call from God to undertake a difficult task be a crushing burden to sink the church or wings to life it to heights before unknown? Will the arm of the church be palsied by the load or nerved to new strength to lay hold of God? Mechanics will not carry "the burden, organization alone will break down. Superhuman forces must be at work. How shall these energies be re- leased? There must be a new seeking after God in prayer. Through prayer alone c...

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