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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 April 1924

fa® V CLASS '27 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAB VOLUME XXVII NUMBER 23. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APR 1, 1924. CLASS '27 ■## # # ####### ## ## # I PROF. CLARK TO READ "THE FOOL" LYCEUM APRIL 14 PROMISES TO BE AMONG THE BEST OF SEASON Prof. Clark of the University of Chi- cago, willTead "The Fool" in the Uni- versity auditorium on the night oi April 14. This is a regular Lyceum number. Following ij the report of the St. Petersburg Times concerning Prof. Clark: Frof. S. II. Clark of the University of Chicago gave as a dramatic reading ■"The Fool," by Channing Pollock, be- fore an audience of more than 500 in the Congregational church Friday night under the auspices of the Beach Drive Circle of the Woman's Auxiliary of the church, for the benefit of the building fund. The reader, who is a great favorite •with St. Petersburg audiences and who j gives several readings while spending a i fe...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 April 1924

|v' '• • . * •- ' • ,• •■' : . '•'' - : :-AT*jk -V" v.,,- 1 . . .. ,- 27?T . w SfpPT^-Ar;JrPv^Jf* •: Slip i®pgapl)n«f CBtabliflljrti 190? Entered as B^ond-claas mail matter, Beptemoer 7, 11)12, at the postoflice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 Societies SAN* JAC8 ELECT OFFICERS 'The San Jacinto Literary Society be gun the new term with "ye old time" pep. After "America" was sung in unison, the officers for the spring term were elected. The following arc the J. B. SMITH, JR EDITOR IN CHIEF GEO. H. MITCHELL . BUSINESS MANAGER | officers for the next term; ~ r — ~ . I President—Walter Moore. EDWARD I'. ON 1ST Of Issue hditor WALTKR LAND BKLL..\ Issue Business Manager EDWIN DANNKLLY Circulation Manager Reporters-—Helen Keith, .liiiiiee Goodson, Krnest Sanders, Frank Mood, Joe Brown Love, Kdwin Dannellev. ' Assistant Circulation Managers Krnest Sanders, Bobbie Behrns In STUDENT ACTIVITIES THIS MEGAPHONE We realize that this, the April This article liiiylit be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 April 1924

r «■"; i, "' ' "■ ^ ■>" .; . i ! v • ' ' ■■ > -.'• *; ■ , ' ^ ^ I , ' w' ■ . . . - ' "I .11 IX VSf MEGAPHONE SPORT SECTION -fraA •"'# PIRATES CLASH WITH TEXAS ON CINDER PATH burg in* wins first place and breaks conference record in high jump Saturday, March £2, 1924, the South- western trai'k team experienced their first meet of the season. It was a dual meet with Texas University. Agninst a larger team, the Pirates showed the good pluck and grit, and though badly beaten in pqirits, they put '(up a good ighting spirit, and ran the Texas men t-i i bettering of T. I. A. A. records. 'Final score came out Texas 104Vi, H. U. 2%. Eight points were lost to Texas on the two-mile run for lack of two mile entries for Southwestern. All points for us were gained in field event's and none one the track. The men of both teams showed grit and determination, and our men justified themselves with a hard try at all they did. The- field and track were managed well and no com- plaints can come fr...

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

w TWO OAMBS WOT WACOODQCHBS (Continued from page 3,) < jnniftg, score, 0 0. Oue kit for [ (deck**, ®o e for SoothwaMtfrn. , Wniker, t the bat tot Nacog- hnocked a muffed b 1 to by, safe on first. Walker stole Willingham Hied to Weatherby, icular overhead cati-h. Walker re- ('d on second. Tillery flied' to b. Walker put out on force from p to Weatherby, third out. Itkwestern up. Bragg struck out; >, Bander* to Garner. McDaniel : out, third out. Score, second in- m. we at the bat tor N«cogdocbej , Use hit- Sander*, a sacrifice bit :her; Prince wife on aecood. jUor ,saf« bit; stan on third aud firat. iVglker, sate bit, scoring PtfuK.e, ig in (iaruer on error of Hardin, jf now on third- £. Walker on •j Welder's choice. J. t>. Walter i on Hardin's error. £. Walker b second, I'm-k, a safe hit; man it and second. D. M. Walker, a •r right field fence, scoring three, ejear. Willingham got a one base id to aecorvd on Weatherby '• bad Tillery Hied out to Bragg. Prince, ion to McDaniel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 April 1924

"... • *«V ft rv * :'.-'V' MMATE TRACK MEW VICTORIOUS IN MEET (Continued from page one) going out on 5 feet six inches. We bsve a nite jumper ir Tred. Lftogford of Aust.n (< 'ollc^c wus the M>rh point man of the nteet with UVj points. Entering tive t vents, he won place on all hut one or' thein—first in shot pat anil dis' is>, seiMiml in broad j'linp, and tied second in hi^jti jump. He is a grittv tra- k wan and Austin should honor him. The score was ns 'oll.nvs. 440-vard dash—S'.'q..* tc tii. S. (*., tir«t: Head, A. C.f seewna. Time Pole vault—Mi'Danii-l, S. 1',. first.; Pyle, second; h<;'.i;ht ten feet. " lLlfl-yard high nurdles—Muteer. S. first; Tucker, seeend; time, Hi. 1. Shot put—Langfo-!. A. ■tir-t; Tuck- er, A. r'., second: iiUrani-c. Its.:;, High ..amp-—Ft i>. I'., tir-f; Tnek er an<l Lr.r.gfi,A. wcoml; .".ti'a. t«**0-y! ri d.'t-h—H. ad, A. tii ~r. (tunr.. f«. "J.. t,d: 0-yard 'ur.— I>ix..n. S. I'., tir-r; Out- house, A. -t-:-,i:,d: U: Ili.U. R-oad rti;...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 1 April 1924

TO THE SOfll By a Tight Ftitk. re* a toa< t to the Sophomore— |>erffe*-tly wonder fnl guy. (given b. kint-t on college lore, makfH b step so •■'pry. Ms. chair he (Kted with tacks, I hL hair oil mixed with gtu.«>, i hed mtuttetl with ice cold pack* a irraw&iii ia hi.4 shoe. ■ ki* stock* be full of boles, i trotwers ripped and torn, k«&oet have oo> heeU or sole, no butt hi* dome adorn. him nit in broken chairs, i bta.ty Greek and Spauwlv, him head-fir+t down the stairs other thia-gji outlandish. re him coffee misptf with sand, lis milk quite well dilute, him mush;, every brand, him as a common brute. *y hi& cause be ne *er asserted, hi* head is m.'wte of bone, he, by friends,, be deserted, by all—left atone'. him1 Co the tropic region, ■ intj the aretie zone; ■ bis. eruel deeds are legion), him. ffoif them there atone. —J. B, L. TO THE SOPH By the Rest of the Fish I sophomore are wonder ! jam. think that we are bitter this. old Freshman elans fwrit ever be a qi...

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

U 3 ! grM ^ CLASS '26 CLASS 9&r.t1 mm— ESyABTjTSHEP 1907 SEVEBTElOrrH TEA* VOLUME XXVII APR. 8, 1921. OIUBSEIOVS, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NUMBER*24. STUDENT 81 MM uuvxum LOSE FAST GAMES 10 I # t * i .■• '! WW : tmk **Xe HARD HiTTIBG BY TRJNITT MEN GIVES THEM LEAD THAT Ft- RATBS CANNOT EQUAL Tie Pirates' losing streak continued to hold sway Saturday when Trinity de- featetd Southwestern in the second of a tworgame series by a score of 12 to 6. The game was slow and there was very little stellar playing on either side. Boundtree, Crump and Gray each scored two runs for the Pirates, these being the only huns made; while the twelve runs tor Trinity were scattered throughout the whole team, only three men failing to score. Batteries for Southwestern were Gray and Beard, while Littlepohu played the role of pitcher for Trinity with Manning catehing. e game was lost by the Pirates ip theTlh^three innings. -Trinity piled up eleven runs within two innings, and the Pirates, though Trinity failed t...

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

vRJv*?"®' wzw , j 5Hjr 4K?gapiutit? PI KAPPA DELTA DEBATE 1907 &rnrntmdb for ■ail matter, Georgetown, Texas, under Art Septemoer 7, 1912, at the pnftoffice at of Congress of March 3, 1911. B. SMITH, JB H. MITCHELL. EDITOR IKCHIEF BUSINESS MAWAOEB BASKET lasae Editor f. C. DORBAXT Issue Business Manager „IY MEREDITH Circulation Manager LAX WELL RU8HIXG. Assistant Business Manager P. BITCKXER Assistant Business Manager ters: Miss X. Dona, G. Mood. R. Meredith, W. Fox, I>- iSeaxles, A. Gray, Lawless, M. Rushing, W. P. Baekner,Jr. 'POT AND TAKE' HYPOCRISY |This subject of "-Put and Take'* is old one; ereryone has heard it, I am t; jet, an old established fact can become trite. Active people (always hunting for statements whieh I verify their statements, or thoughts, we read a news-paper we auito- begin to separate the materi- For instance, if the reader is a sym- • with the Labor Union, a person sjt article which does not ffit ex- with the prime ip>Ie off that factor,. 'profsr...

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

WW* <: HRPmM ! I , ;5fl2 ass First Showing STRAW HATS EDUCATION' Education may be yours, but it is for others, else it is not education. It is a mere tool, but a great tool, by which one may be the better able to serve his fellow man. Education is a failure if it has not developed one's mind and stimulated one's imagination, and with a truly developed mind and imagination will evolve a truly great character. The development of the mind gives one great understanding and with the develop- ment of tile imagination, which be- comes the ideal, makes the great man. A man that is able to serve his fellow man. to fight for the right, and lead the people to that eternal home far beyond. If education ha* not given one a vis- ion and created a desire to become mas- ter of that vision, it has failed. But yoi^ say, "Education is a failure if it does not build character." Yon are right. For in the development of the mind and imagination one certainly has begun to develop character. One intent ...

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

*Sr~ WHY AN INT ANT CRIES ~ust why a baby cries has been a niys- | y for many year*; but now, I believe, mystery has been solved, and I don't ■pose to make any apologies for the ition; all that wish may take the so- lOn for its value, and the others, who to agree, may let the theory pass ph the assurance that my feelings not be hurt. living been around a few monkeys, fotieed that the young monkeys fair- lelight in climbing a tall cocoanut B, and when they reach the fruited i they carefully select a cocoanut and, th the cocoanut in both hands, they fVin to churn it—in such a manner as :1a "jerker" makes a milk-shake— I if the sound is appetizing, they will I ek two cocoanuts together and drink 1* sweet juice, and pester the less for- ate animals below with a shower of rapael. If, through haste, they should ft a greeq cocoanut, they will sail through the air not aiming at any ticular object. Now, have you ever "iced a young babe? He will whine 1 day and the dear mother will thank 'jt ...

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

•f. r THE NIGHT MAKE God: they eajl me insane, maybe I am; I think 1 am. Whyf Incoherent, convulsive, irrvelentf Ties. 1 cannot realize the situation. Interesting? Cer- tainly, to some of the so-called human beings. Have 1 a mindf I do not know; if I had at one time I have cer- tainly lost it. 1 cannot understand. A few weeks ago I was well esteemed, I had lots of friends. Shall I call them friends or fiendsf I used to think that the world was filled with brotherhood, but now; no, there is no such thing. Friendship, there is no such word. Hu- man nature is traitorous, unwieldy, and untrue. Friends! I laugh. God, if there be a God, deliver me from this treacherous mass of seething, writhing humanity. Did I see him die! Yes, in his last moments he reached out to me in help- less agony. His friend and mine, like Brutus of old, had killed him.. I hear his mocking laugh now as he holds up his gory knife and laughs; laughs with mirthless glee, as the brute that was concealed under the clo...

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

™ w r -!- "Mw^v ■ g,^-tS> * V>v ^ W " w!&'. ■ - jwBSEJppf* *-T FRESHMEN AWARDED LEATHER MEDAL IT, BOUNDTBEE, BELL AND DANNELLY PREVENTED A BOB BEBT WEDNESDAY NIGHT [j, Southwestern University should be ■d of the group of young meu incn- cd above; this noble demonstration [ valor Wednesday night shall never be Irgotten during the life of the Univer- Ir, and I dare say that these young en will live forever in the minds of Te'eoming generations. Valor is very indeed, and any organization Wch is .so lucky as to have such a tint the rarity should never, no, never, I -folate to rear up and point to their j^piresenta.tives of bravery. The Fresh- ly Class of '27 has the honor of hav- ing in their group the above mentioned th who received a beautifully en- ived Leather Medal. It is something be proud of, fellows, and we can see thing to prevent these young men , oi stepping right to the front and lug charge of our leading activities [5 after-college life. Phe reporter had the honor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 April 1924

■I'—Ml 'lui i ii—iirnnnrir i Societies ALAMO LITERARY SOCIETY The Alamo Lierary Society is in for great things. We are still growing in both quality and quantity. Two new members were received into the Society Monday morning. With this continued increase we will besthe best yet. r A very interesting program was ren- dered, the subject being "Magazines." The review of the Atlantic Monthly by M. M. Wade was ex u-jd ;onally good He mentioned the many fharaetc?«i!ti and quality points of the magazine, stating that it was the leading maga- zine of its type in America. Frank Mood, in a review of The Century, told many interesting facts concerning the magazine. He gave a little history of the magazine, a few facts concerning its makeup, and its importance to the public. Then followed a piano solo by Johnnie Marie Brooks. This was enjoyed by all. Messrs. Gray and Leasiner were asked their opinion concerning the Alamo Lit- erary ociety, and responded with very interesting and optimistic talk...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 April 1924

RECEIVES APPLAUSE .PPLAUSE FROM TWENTY SEVEN I STATES TO HELEN GILLETT ON RADIO RECITAL Singing by radio is an experience, 'he artist walks into a sound-proof io, the floor of which is covered Vith a deep velvety rug. There is a rand piano to one side, a few chairs, vay*nd a small topped, rather high table, which is a little round black receiv- ?T. The accompanist, the announcer, ® Rie singer chat together, since the zero cSarar is still a few minutes away. All he questions possible about this new 11 sin ess are asked. The accommodat- *'ie ig announcer tells the artist to sing ®ta'rom the seore if desired, because radio i not yet developed to the point where listening can see as well. "No, ,n ou do not have to stand right near the *'IB aerophone. Stand anywhere you lease." The artist- is quite sure that Hiere is no fear in her heart. Onlv a thin*ueor, undefinable reaction which is . "ather exciting, thrilly—like one's first . ide in an automobile, one's- first stolen I watermelon. A...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 April 1924

SEARLES AND ELLISON TO DE BATE HENDRICKS COLLEGE HEBE FRIDAY NIGHT Friday night, April 11th, our fellows, Searles and Ellison, will meet the Hen drieks College intercollegiate debating team. The question to be discussed is: ' Kerolved: That the United States should adopt the Bok Peace Plan." This is a very interesting question. You are aware that this peace plan has cre- ated quite a bit of disturbance; several individuals have entered suit against Mr. Bok; also the Bok plan has geen threatened by a Government investiga- tion. It is a very interesting question and our men are thoroughly qualified to give you some inside views on the ques- tion. Come out and give them your sup- port. ■ *r;estl: ,liAVe a splinter in my fin- ger. Soph; Been scratching your head?' — Kx. There was a young man from the city Who saw what he thought was a kitty, He .gave it pat And soon after that He buried his clothes—what a pity. ^ 1'resh Strawberry Cream at The Nook Confectionery. THE PLANS FOB THE SOUTH...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 8 April 1924

QRSMBpp V T1 TJV- TW SW «l S mi« Cnln—Ai Atlw Prraa Printers and Stationers of Georgetown S.U. STUDENTS HEADQUARTERS FOB GOOD PRINTING ANNIVKKSAB^- - (Continued Sfr|- I) 'up. But at this eriti<tll moment Lore, "Prayer, Knowledge^ Inspiration, and inseeration approach, and, by their Phelp he snteeeds'^lctlimbug to Vision 1 Heights. He, u&ti^fecond sefcne, re- flates his won.(e<M; nperieBren to the 'Kpworth League Cabinet,,, >a There are seVwjrt musical numbers 'given during tf$. play.' n$ also some ''special numbers at the beginning of *the service, which I am sore will be •greatly enjoyed, ^ COLLEGE: A MOLD .The County ^pi^crth League Union is to have its regular monthly meeting at the M. E. Church £riday evening at •7:<5. A devotional service, then an old- -time social. Al! <Leagtiers ftit to show 'the visitors an nice time. B. M. Cox. ONE WAY TO POT IT "The boss offered me an interest in Jthe firm today." # 'Ycsl" 'Yes, he said that if I didn't take interest in ...

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

m i\ .V CLASS '25 $ KUBLlIltKI) BVBKT TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE RUDOEKlff ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY , ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XXVII APR. 15, 1924 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NUMBER 25. CLASS '25 SOUTHWESTERN DEBATERS WIN OVER HENDRIX COLLEGE AND ELLISON DEGUHON OVER STRONG WIN 3-TO-O & I The student body of Southwestern had the privilege of witnessing on last Fri- day evening one of the best intercol- legiate debates ever held here. Willis Klison and David Searls, upholding the aKimiitive side, won a unanimous decis- ion over Blain and Goodloe, veteran de- baters from Hendrix College. The ques- tion was, "Resolved, That the United States should adopt the Bok Peace Plan." Both sides of the debate were well defended, and the unanimous decis- ion was not at all Indicative of a one- sided argument. AB fear of the men .were excellent speakers, the best one being Blain af the negative. Mr. Blain bas been ia owe hundred and fifty de- bates, and this i...

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

1907 ftrvrntmdlf |r«r aa airoid-tlM Mil nutter, Septemoer 7, 1912, a* Georgetown, Texas, aader Art of Congress of March tk 7 stofflee at 3, llll. J. B. MOT. JR 8BO. E MITCHELL. KDITOimrCHIKF VIRGINIA GRIFFITH Issue Editor T. T. WILLIS Issue Business Manager F. L. DANNELLY Assistant Business Manager I. F. JHONSOX Assistant Business Manager Reporters—Mary Germany, Walter Moore, Seabones Wade, Jfina Jfnnn, Francis Love, Annanelle Hemblen. THE WORLD A UTOPIA (John Barton aBilev.) Everything in life that is worth one's ' time and thought is good. There may be a great deal of evil in oar world, I but after all, there is more good than 1 there ever was evil. A perfect thought, la hind deed, a loving word, a helpful I hand, a mere if nl heart, and a willing I mind has more influence oT. tr the way ■of living a good life than all the sin, I evil, and immorality had over the other [life. Every good thing tnat has ever ed in the world has made it a ter pi are in which to live and be r. Good li...

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

PERSONALS Joe Bowze was here last week with the Temple team. Helon Post Leeson, '22, of Austin, Doris Davidson of Gatesville, and Nina Bue 631, '23, visited the Zeta Tau Al- phas last weeh. t Benny Kempe made his regular week- ly visit. Si* Ingram, Baby Dunn, Martha Bown- tree, Annanelle Hamblen, Jonnie Marie Brooks and Noreen Dunn went to San Marcos to the Y. W. C| A. convention last week. J Sarah Parmele went home last week- end. Jim West drove Dr. Horn to Lnbboek last week-end. Kathleen. Trigg of Temple was the guest of Jan litis Pace last week. Mary Weed visited her sister and the Z. T. A.s last week. Philip Dunklin, W. L Ayres and Bird- dog Briggs were over from Austin last week. See Bones Wade has been rushing the week-end. T John B. Entrikin and Charles tees went to Austin last week. * > Jan Etis Pace went to Temple for the week-end. Lueile Elliott and Elizabeth Boper visited in San Marcos over the week-' end. ■ v'v * I Christine Walker went home Satur- day. Cleo TiBy went...

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

buy a cap for Ma Or a key ta the lock of his holrt Can hiet eyes be called an aeademyr etrau.se there are pupils there! - In the crown of hia head what gems |irs found? Who travels the bridge of hia nose? Can he use when shingling the roof of Lis house the nails on the end of hia I ,o«H ? Can the crook of his elbow be sent to I ail ? How does he sharpen hia shoulder I Modes? I'll be hanged if I know, do you? Can he sit in the shade of the palm of |lis hand? Or beat on the druip. of his ear? Does the calf of his leg eat the com I in his toes? If so, why not grow com on the ea®? .—Exc hange. The speaker waxed eloquent,. and afft- lir his peroration om woman's rights*. he raid: " When they take our girls,, as I'hey threaten, away from our eo.-educa- tional colleges, what will follow I' What |^ill follow, I repeat?"" And a loud masculine voice in the idience replied: "I will!'rr-—Brown ill. ovekgrow1s MD JFMOM HIET are to* STALE to be i SILV'SATIOXS as the FISH are- TpjtfY are people wh...

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