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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 May 1924

'•WotT jw jm "WtD, j«a gjft •■kit.' ■teiasmffftflf?" i wn) lH sre iff tkere == =5 Ant—Awl jot rrfuei tfcai Utkf GabrirBa—Yes; Wt Ww did yo kiagtki* Bm jot paid yaw Mwlet tuf To Our Friends and - f Patrons: It Seems We Were Misunderstood K STEAM LAUNDR AND OUT CLEANING PLANT as FHOHE lift. U ■ ''^5. " KING . s & 3 S3?** >: ■' Ac best ATHLETIC GOODS rr"t 2 ■ i = = ■■ mm iwSHf you at any tone |SPS*$ a®KSisg5,gw SERVICE Tie following nailMatM are reeraa- ■ndtd far Ike degrees indicated, to be awarded OT Jnc 10, 1924, p«ov idftl that sabjeets sarw in coarse are satis- fadorfly rMiplrted: Diploaws eh Expression—Mary Elira- letfc Bwk, (rlcma Brown, L Ea Mildred Matthews, v Bachelor duff Art*—Catonel Devereaax Aeker, Aaaa Lot Bos kin, Etfie Bay Blackburn, Lraa EV Witt Boatman,. Gleaaa Brow®, Emma Virginia Carson, J. Gerald Claasey, Ksryamd L. Cheney, Trey W. Cocke, TWaaaa W. Crawford, But in Laura Dakia, Harry Banter Dare, W. T. Piwkwy Buby Pearl Daaa, Sam F. Foster, WilEsm F. Faster...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 27 May 1924

OODT UBXABT BUSLOOie (Continued from page 1) rem't enough books; the English, His- Md Education Departments are rapped ■■ their work for lark of re books, for their wcrk must be reference work with much paral- reading. Ami ret, if we had the seeded, thereis not shelf roem not floor space for stacks. Shelf and floor space are our problems. 1—K years ago near the city of Ath- M the AroropoKs overlooking the , there was built a magnificent tem- the Parthenon. It was constructed the mont precious and priceless ma- brought from all parts of the hnown world. The most skillful rhiteets and scop Mors an>l canning en- rent in wood and silver and gild their skill to play on this tem- They made It the noblest, most ful building ever erected by man, that emple erected to the Living by the Heblew King. And why ; this tetmple, the erownhtg piece of • Acoropolis, erected? It was built to one figure only, that of Athenze, gwldess of wisdom—the goddess of city. And yet the figure that was in this...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 June 1924

3R Music Department Edition • mm mmiwoiwwiumwtiww YBAI BY THE EVERT TUESDAY THE SCHOOL STUDEHTS' ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY auhnttp ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVII NUMBER 32 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1924. Music Departi Edition MUSIC DEPARTMENT am CHAPEL PROQtAM TWO NUMBBR8 COMPOSE THE FRO GRAM—A VIOLIN SOLO AND A DUO FOB TWO PIANOS Miss Etelka Evans presented three of the Fine Arts students in a program at chapel last Thursday morning. The first ■limber was a dno for two pianos, "Bon- do Brilliante" by Mahr, played by Miss- es Evelyn Goforth and Zndclle Wallace. The second number was a violin solo, "An Bord d'nn Ruisseau," by Rene 'de Boisdeffre, played by Albert Gray. Miss Evans has been furnishing a pro- gram of this kind every month for the past nine months. The musical program is a rare treat and is always looked for- ward to in the midst of the more or less stereotyped chapel programs. i fi II W& !i|K^ 1'-' ' TEACHERS OF HUSK DEPARIKNT HONORED FAST I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 June 1924

w*yW*** 1. f1 wpup-p.w ;!ip §[ '*W She ®pgapltonr liatjrft 190? &rurMlmitl| Hear aa t ?ond-class mail matter, SeptemDer 7, 1912, at tht pnstofflce at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 JB - EDITOR IN CHIEF MITCHELL .. BUSINESS MANAGER TER MOORE Associate Editor JETH LITTLE.... .. .Assistant Editor IELLE HAMBLEN Assistant Editor |INIA GRIFFITH Assistant Editor BOONE Assistant Editor |SARKEY, Assistant Editor |IGE MOOD .Assistant Editor IRD P. ONSTOT ^ Assistant Editor ON BOONE Assistant Business Manager IWILLIS ....Assistant Business Manager I MEREDITH Circulation Manager IN DANNELLY Assistant Circulation Manager 3T SANDERS Assistant Circulation Manager OUR APPRECIATION the year conies to a close we look |over the various issues of The Meg- ae and realize that they were made t>le by the help of the students and | members of the faculty. Of course has been criticism, some just and unjust. \Ve appreciate the just bonstructive criticism, and as to the* |st—...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 June 1924

= All kinds of Sandwiches at The Al- cove. School Supplies. Richardson's Book Store. \ ___________ THE CODY MEMORIAL. The students' troubles interest us. Richardson's Book Store. ' I want o ask you a question con- cernin ga tragedy." "Well?" "What is my grade?"—Rj,.e qw). ••""-rrrrnfiujjjjj To Our Friends and Patrons: The first of May we announced through these columns that all laundry accounts In arrears thirty days or more must be cared for or work would not he delivered until same had been made satisfactory. It Seems We Were Misunderstood Customers of the Laundry it seems misunderstood our position. Friends whose accounts had never gone over onf day or only a few days at most come to us, and some offered to pay in advance for their work. This was unnecessary and we regret that we were not correctly understood. When school started in September we accepted all work from the University peOple and most of it has been cared for either on delivery or within thirty days. A few, however,...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 June 1924

EM i' a«^iW—IKl • • • '■' Vtk i' . ifc iSSfc&i" i'*ii^ SOCIETY FOB THE PREVENTION OP CRUELTY TO RESTAURANT GOERS Its Aims To restore your hat in more or less the same condition as when you checked it. To prohibit all Lithuanian head wait- ers from taking the order in French. To puuish very, very severely the waiter whom you send for a fork and who disappears forever. To furnish all patrons with sufficient •lbow room, so as not to interfere with the drummer or saxophone player. To prohibit a charge of more than two dollars and a half for a pint of drinking water. To supply ear trumpets to the patrons | of those restaurants where jazz is in- Idulged in. 7 To set a limit on the price of caviar. To translate all Szecho-Slavok dishes Ion the menuj—Life Stationery for Graduation. Mclnnis Drug Co. ROUTINE STUFF Freshman (to Fraternity brother): Some one wants you on the phone. Fraternity Brother: Well ,if it's a girl tell her I'll be there, and if it's a man tell him I '11 take a pint....

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1924

t " " jl imi ) GREATft SOUTHWESTERN PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XVII - NUMBER 33 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1924. t* Wm A GREATER SOUTHWESTERN * Senior and Fifry-fir^t Commencement Editioi i i ■Jems* Sfk.-ii'': it-;- l#9 DINNER FOR CLASS OF '24 AT WOMAN'S BUILDING MONDAY SENIORS OF S. U. HONORED WITH FOUR COURSE DINNER ON MONDAY EVENING On last Monday evening June !>th, at 8 o'clock the Seniors of the Class of '24 were honored with a beautiful fonr course dinner at the Woman's Building, George Steinman, first honor graduate, acting as toastmaster, introduced the speakers of the evening. Miss Ruby Dunn paid a wonderful tribute to Southwestern and expressed the love of the class for their Alma. Mater. AH is Seerest delighted those present with a solo "Ma Little Banjo." Shelly Mullen in paying tribute to the facntly of Southwestern expressed the love of the elass an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1924

MISS ROWENA EASTER WOOD PROPHECY OOVCEBIIIO THE BEVIOI CLASS Give ear, O ye Seniors of '24 to a tele that I bare to unfold of events tbat are to be, far down the future's broaden- ing way. It is the prophecy concern- ing the members of this, our class, and it1 came to me in a dream recently^ I had been thinking about what the fu- ture had in store for us, who are so soon to become separated, when I fell asleep and began to dream. A strange dream it was, and most in- teresting ,too. I found myself in a large crowd of people, but where I was, or the nature of the occasion 1 did not at first know. I soon discovered that t stood on a college campus and that the occasion was a homecoming cele- bration. The scenes were not familiar at first, and as 1 passed along I began to wonder where I was, but I did not have to wonder long, because, about that time, 1 fame to a turn in the walk along which I was passing, and, there, before me. with its old familiar towers, covered with ivy and {tearin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1924

* •'3,1' * v~i t . ■ fc~~;*"i v. -«, -,-l y>jn - " *^- .. ?•** ■ *,1, uBSIliMMMBfliBillBHWIIIflliililBililHHHtaaiiHHfeHHlHHHHiliNiMiHaliHliMH •v5Vs P I I I 3r . m+msmm We have enjoyed know- ing you this year, and we'll look forward to your coming back next fall. Mood Hall Tailoring Co. D. T. HEBERT, Manager •mmm mm .hkkhhhmwxwhk = Good Luck and Pleasant Summer The Palace Barber Shop >': % U- . ■ —gOi. EP&g! Your Patronage has been appreciated THE Bi *■. fiii 1 i*>:" ■ ~ r—* "w«|/ The Sanitary Bakery Wishes a wonderful vacation for you students and will be giad to welcome you back next fall. W ®«B^4k5R?* ■: . •'•* . I +jP: 10, £ - V . 3r^ .st yE K *5" % .. , * . 5, -r ■ - KSS^^TBSH £^'J59 S'Ctr- v W«m| SENIORS OF '24 HAVE PICNIC Where is tbe student who said that the Seniors of '24 haven't any pep? Ban- ished forever must be such a thought following the demonstration staged by the Seniors on April first when they laid aside books, cares, end "dignity" for a day of fun an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1924

■ * V ah? Segaplyme CatahltBhril 1911? £nwntjr«ttb Hear Watered as ac-ond-class mail matter, Septemoer 7, 1912, at tht ^"stoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Aet of Congress of March 3, 1911 J. B. SMITH, JR .EDITOR-IN-CHIEF MONROE VIVION '.77T.".". . ISSUE EDITOR BEO. H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MANAGER WALTER MOORE Associate Editor ELIZABETH LITTLE ...Assistant Editor lNNANELLB HAMBLEN.. Assistant Editor IBGINIA GRIFFITH Assistant Editor I. G. BOONE Assistant Editor A. HARKEY Assistant Editor rEORGE MOOD Assistant Editor JDWA.RD P. OXSTOT Assistant Editor lOLTON BOONE Assistant Business Manager T. WILLIS Assistant Business Manager ;AY MEREDITH Circulation Manager DWIN DANNELLY Assistant Circulation Manager IBNEST SANDERS Assistant Circulation Manager APPRECIATION The Senior class of 1924 think more f Southwestern University today than! ver before. They see a great future r Southwestern under the leadership f its new president, J. Sam Barcus. here is nothing that we can say that ould expre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1924

Wm Southwestern University—Schedule of Recitations—1924 Summer Term I VO'J i>:30 •H.IO-11 :<Hl 11 1 ±;:t0 ©rsy WOL & GtfOLT Tina l e y ^ tMO ;h :0o 150L T IBiol, 1 and $ iBSof."! otic! 3 iRreL | and! 'i / ; CHEMISTRY Godbey •J-iJ5-57-tf3T HI-;".Ve7-fi.'! j - En t rift in I and 31 1! a ni l j.laajl 3 1 ECONOMICS Davidson ' -,^- Eke. 51 * '! ' I - i I : EDUCATION' Ullrich ! >j 1- 155- 1 - Hereford !«>- M- . . i ENGLISH Howard Eng.. Lit. (7, 9-or 151) 2-4-or fi P2 i . i - -. ! , [ FRENCH Vaden I' ! • I - 1 | 15 o>r 7 !* . | GREEK Vad'en . 1 - Greek; in En if. T02 i HISTORY Carnathfln SI. ' - 1 LATIN Vaden |x4- j r MATHEMATICS Wundcr ! 5- |7- ■ | JrHIL. &. PSY. Davidson Pbv. 51 PflYSK'S Mast I and 31 I and 3 1 I and 3 , • PUB. SPEAKING Wentz 79- or M 2- 1 1 SPANISH Pferpetuo Adv. , : 5 or 7 i * the average senior —Dresses as if she were- 20 —Talks an if she were 30 —Look* *>* if she were 40 —Hasnt any mc e sense than if I wtre 10 "•fill meet you in Constantinop...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1924

Nones At the recent meeting of tie Board r Trustees the following resolution was lopted: That the regulations of the Univer- ity requiring that all fees, tuition, nard, et<-., be paiil in advance, be strict- observed. K. W. TXNSLEY, Assistant to the President. I HAVE TWO FINE BOOMS TJP rAIKS ON A SLEEPING PORCH PRIVATE BATH, WILL BENT STUDENTS POB THE SUMMER. mb Bn CHBEjTEBEBO Special Candy for Graduation Gifts. Melnnis Drag Co. There's life aboat Southwestern, And hopes, that soar above The sordid things. Bright is the old college's future Four years have convinced us of this, j And keen observation Tends to show, as the years go by, The kind of men S. C. tarns Oat, and why— Not because of machinery, Nor through the lathe, But through individual development, The stirring in the individual Of latent powers, And a careful stimulus of these Have convinced us of that;— The Seniors of St U. —T. W. C. HAIR BOBBING Dob rt have your hair eat '►josl any way"—it has to be cot to suit yonr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 10 June 1924

> mm = IF THE VALEDICTORIAN REALLY SPOKE HIS MIND ■m. BO? }%■ ■ :A ■j: i*1 * :>i Mp§ i , • *...i J pe&gg J I I tof* S&m- - : :: 5 - n#V Sl^V- Mr. President, and Ladies and Gentle- men: Oqr class lias now come to the end of its college course, and it has fallen to me to bid our official farewell. In leav- ing this dear old place where we have lived for four long years—some of us longer than that—we should be derelict indeed did we fail to render to the Uni- versity a heritage, however, slight, of ■our deep hopes for "her future better- ment, and for the betterment of those who come after us. As I look at the towering elms that have cast their shadows over so many thousands of undergraduates, I am re- minded of the fact that just about tbe best thing the curator of grounds and buildings could do would be to repair the benches along Lovers' Lane and for Pete's sake remove the electric lights therefrom. The old town has its strong appeal for us, but it will have an even st...

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

NOTICE At the recent meeting of the Hoard 1 Trustees the following resolution was | .dopted: That the regulations of the Univer- lity requiring that all fees, tuition, uoard, eti'., be paid in advance, be strict- observed. K. VV. TINSLJEY, Assistant to the President. THE BAPTIST REVIVAL U R Invited Mrs. l'arker is visiting 1'unnie Lou. Mrs. McOr.uI ey is here for a visit. 'Elizabeth Rckhardt of Taylor was fere today making arrangements to en- er summer school. It is to be at the big Baptist Taber- nacle adjoining the ehureh. It bogins June loth and runs through the JStftli. L)r. George Green, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Austij, will preach. Mr. Campbell Wray of Fort Worth will I lead the music. Cool building and wr.rm welcome. The students of the Univer- sity arc especially invited. .Services at 10 a. m. and 8 p. in. daily. Wm. C. Moffett, Pastor. EEC >ATIONS JOB DEGREES (Continued from page 1) Arvilla 8eaman 'c father is here to ttoitd commencement exefcises. 1: idjp^ho....

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