The Megaphone (Georgetown, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 22, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 26, 1929 Page: 4 of 4
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COMPARISON OF PRIVILEGES GRANTED IN TEXAS COLLEGES
Time el' light s util in Boarding Exceptions to Rule Nights Girls mav lias e Motoring Privileges Senior
Mouses ;i ii<I Dormitories Rates Additional
I T i v i lee es
('i>rn|>n 1 -
No. of cut:
a I lowoii
1. Trinity I u i v or si t y ...............1
2. West Texas 'Teachers ( d.llego......I
,’!. I >auitd Haker.....................II
Three nights a week ... Seniors every night t'ertain If est riet ions.
I' resli men once a \\ eek . .
No ....................Saturday, Sunday Certain Restrictions.
I. South exas Teachers College.......IO:-lf> p. i
."i. Sam Houston . ................I o :i 0 ] i. n i.. . ) e s
No....................and one other..........Special Permission
Saturday and Sunday.
d es, mature st mien t s ... Sa t u n lay and Sun da v . . t Yrt a i n Restrictions.
ti. San Marcos Teachers Golloge
7. North 'Texas Teachers ( ollege
s. Texas Tech ...............
!•. Past Texas 'Teachers t'olleee.
I it p. m ... 1 I a)
1 I :<MI p. m.. . No .
I 1 :<>() p. in.. . NTs
. 1 (Ip. m.. . Yes
..................Saturday and Sunday t'ertain Restrictions......Yes
on Saturday.....Sat., Sun., and Monday . Spec in l Permission ......Yes
................Saturday and Monday .. None ...................NO
................. Friday and Sat unlay ...» erta in Restrictions......No
..................Sat., Sun., and M outlay . Cert a in Restrictions......Yes
1 I : 00 .
. No no ....
. NO n o...........
. None ......
, 5 flit s |n>r sfm . . .
. None .......
, 'Two mts allowed
per term .........
. None ............
,T. N. Reman, A. M. 1 Dim*, passed
thru Georgetown near the spline \ a
cation and stopped long enough to
talk with Virginia and a few friends
OH the campus who were lixtores here j
in the early i i v s. Nye married Sun
shine Dickerson, "an Annex girl.”
Rev. Dennis Maciine. A. H. 1D<>7.
and his wife (Lena Seerest, A. H.
Mini G eorget ov
\ ii t lie
latter part o
I' Hie term and
witli their i
1 a iigdi t er, 1.<111 i 1;
friends in to
\v ii. Dennis is
at San SaBa
and we may
ex pee t
s Id oni 111;11 charge t lie
vear .since Busin
Bout Ii western
always picks u |
i W Ill'll
Dennis goes ]
[o a town.
Soul livvest e
i n Id iends were
ill uc Ii
start led By 11
ic a n nun ncomcn t
i il t lie
papers some i
lays ago Hint "Sunny”
B 1 IB.'S, and I
.ay t on
J\ iiira inion, A
11 920, were mu i t ied.
Both are tear
Ii l II g in ( ’ll II roe.
News has heeii reeeived that Miss
IVlihli'ed Vivian Drown, A. H. 192N.I
and Mr. Edward Harris were mar-j
ri<d a few weeks ago and are now
living in Corpus Clil ist i.
The many I i lends of Dan Root,!
A. H. 11*11, were much grieved to j
learn from the State papers of his;
death in Houston March 17th. Ho I
was Imried with Masonic honors in 1
Georgetown the following lay. Dan
had a. host of friends thruout \Yil j
liamson county and in other parts of
Lots of t i 11 x cards Bearing I lie in j
Sign in. of "Id. Sto'IC' are arriving
j4t S. P. these days. We note one
from Pete and Vi.-gin in Cavvthon.j
Moxia-. n ii nun lie i ng the arrival of a I
son. ('ongrat ulat ions. "Aunt Jean.”
Another from Dick Brewer, A. B.
192<>, ami wife ( Kllio Black, A. B.
192.4). San Antonio, announcing the
arrival ot Miss Sana Jane, March 17.
Still another from \Y. M. Justice,
A. B. 1920, and wife a liiiou ne i ng the
arrival ol Lincoln Bruce on March
-1st. Justice is pastor at Sander-
The Southwestern family was
m tie h grieved on March 11th to hear
of the death of Mrs. Samuel G. San
dors in Austin, 'Texas. 'The older
exes will recall the fact that Prof.
Sanders was a professor in S. F. in
the early days, Mrs. Sanders’ re-
mains were Brought to Georgetown
and laid to rest in the Odd Fellows
cemetery By the side of her husB.aud.
Though a sad occasion, it was a
great pleasure to see Sam, A. B., A.
M. ’01; Miss Mary ’OO-’Od; Miss Nan-
nie, A. B. ’ll”; AI Bert. A. H. ’(If; A.
M. ’Im; Shipp. A. B. ’Oil, and Ran-
dolph, A. B. ’Id. ’The only memBer
of the family not present was Miss
Martha. A. B. ’It), who was in anoth-
er State and so situated that she
could not collie to 'Texas.
Seniors ilia! Will Graduate IS. Ii. Student Coaches
I Winning Debate Team
(Continued from page 1)
Candidates for Graduation, August
Bachelor of Science
Lillian (’or i line Bell reus.
Bachelor of Arts
Clifford M. Allen, Harry Applebv
Bennett, Robert llenrv (’hreit/.Berg,
'Thera Cocke, Ktali Simmons Flana-
gan, 'Thelma Ferrell, Marion L.
Hodges. Don Johns, Walter W.Lipps,
Norman Cornelius Maleehek, Evelyn
ChrislaBel Marsh, Edwin Joe Miku
1 i k. Carrie Emile Myers, 'Tolbert
Patterson, Oliver Floyd Ferry, Mary
Eli/aBeth Pope, Robert C^uinev Sim
momls, John Kennard 'Thomas, Au-
brey Irene Walton, Avis Weir. Mnrv
Ellen Newby Young,
Master of Arts
Alice McBryde Marsh, Anne Eli/
Day Program !
The Anniversary Day Program of!
the Epvvorth Longue will Be given |
Sunday night, March .‘list, at the
regular Epvvorth League hour. 'The j
subject of the program is “Youth!
and the (’hu re h. ’ ’ Every st m I on I j
that is interested in the work old
the League or the relation of youth
to the church is urged to attend. i
Milton Eindell, senior in South-
western and a memBer of the Ini
versity debating team, coached a
winning team in the I ntersehednstie
I League meet at Granger last Friday.
Lindeil started coaching the George-
town hoys team a limit three weeks
Indore the county meet and when
smoke had cleared away his team
had won the county by unanimous
decision over 'Taylor and Granger.
Lindeil is a member of t hcPi Kappa
Delta, honorary forensic fraternity,
Being president of t ho organization
'The Spring 'Tour of the Choral
* lull took the (dub to 11 a in i 11 on,
Dublin, De Leon, Carbon, Brocken
ridge, (’oma m he. Brown wood, Gold
Ihwaite, and Lampasas. Nine pro
grams were given ami the audiences
pie. The program prepared By Miss
totaled upward of two thousand peo-
.M ills, director of the Choral Club,
was highly praised. Dean Meyer ac-
companied the club and made short
talks about Southwestern. Miss
Claude Porter, soprano; Miss Lois
Butler, violinist; Miss Gladys Noble,
reader; Miss Mills, soprano, and Mr.
Meyer, pianist and Basso, gave Solo
numbers. Miss Lois Butler proved
a capable accompanist.
MEYER TO SPEAK
Dean Henry Meyer of the School
of Music has accepted an invitation
to address the annual convention of
the 'Texas Federation of Music Flubs
at Corsicana on April IHtli. Dean
Meyer will speak on “Music as a
Major Study in the College Curri-
culum.” At a sectional meeting of
the con vent ion Mr. Meyer will also
speak on the “Southwestern Church
Music Conference”, giving a report
of the recent Choir Directors’ ( on
ference which was held at South
R. J. Stone
Where there is beauty he
Where there is none, he
Coming lo Aiisliii-Tay lor J
Dr. Me lien thin |
Specie! *st j
In Internal Medicine for Eighteen |
DOES NOT OPERATE
Will he in Austin on Friday. March*
29th. at the Dr ir. kill Hotel and in
Taylor on Sat in day. March JOtii at j
the Blazilniar Hotel.
Office hours: 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. j
One day only. No charge for con |
Many in this community will avail
themselves ol the opportunity to
■visit Dr. M ellint liiii on this special
vsiit to Austin and Taylor. 'The doc-
tor pays special attention to the
Science of Internal Medicine and
Detetics. lie is trying conscien-
tiously to eliminnte ^surgei'y in his
treatment of diseases as far as pos-
He has to his credit many wonder-
ful results in diseases of stomach
(especial!v ulcers), glands, (es|H‘cial-
ly goitre), ailments of women, dis-
eases of liver and bowels, as infected
gall bladdei gall stones, appendicitis,
chronie cons* ipation, colitis, auto in-
toxication mid rectal ailments, cir-
culation disturbances as high or low
blood pressure, heart and blood dis
orders, skin, nerves, bladder, kidneys,
bed-wetting, weak lungm, tonsils, ade-
noids, metabolic disturbances such as
Rheumatism, sciatica, leg ulcers and
Medicines are prescribed and pre-
yed for each individual case in liis
rivate laboratory, also special at
ntion given to diet as to proper
»nee and selection of foods.
K For this service a nominal charge is
Dt. Mellenthin is a regular gradu-
ate in medicine and surgery and is li-
N by the State of Texas.
■^Married women must be accompan-
ied by their husbands.
.. the Yillain!
and the love scene had
to be taken all over!
Beautiful Fo* itar in her latest release, "Mother Knows Best.”
Madge Bellamy explains the growing
popularity of Old Golds in Hollywood
"The fhero’ in a movie may easily
become the 'villain’ if he coughs at
the wrong time. A cough isn’t ever
nice, hut when it interrupts the tak-
ing of a movie-scene, it’s a calamity!
"The high tension of movie work
makes smoking a vital relaxation.
But we relax with OLD GOlA)S.
They’re as smooth as the polished
manner of Adolphe Menjou, who
himself is an OLD GOLD fan.
"While they’re the most enjoyable
of cigarettes, OLD GOLDS mean
absolute 'fade-out* for throat-
scratch and smoker’s cough.**
Why not a
cough in a carload...?
OLD GOLD cigarettes are blended from
HEART-LEAF tobacco, the finest Nature
grows . . . Selected for silkiness and ripe-
ness from the heart of the tobacco plant
. . . Aged and mellowed extra long in a
temperature of mid-July sunshine to insura
that honey-like smoothness.
ON YOUR B ADI O . . . OLD COLD
PAUL WHITEMAN HOUR... Paal White-
maa. King of late, with hi. complete or-
chcctrs, broadcast, the OLD COLD hoar
crcry Tarn day. from 9 lo IO P. M.,Eastern
Standard Time, over the entire network
the Columbia Broadcasting System.
• at a chooolate, light an
Gold9 and • n|dy both!
JIM’S PLACE j
Dr. W. H. Moses
STONE’S DRUG STORTi
Source of Comfort
| Let me wander by the river
Where sweet, ’cooling breezes blow,
j Where the merry songbirds warble
j Till the sun is sinking low;
! Let me wander unmolestd
Where there are inspiring views—
| But I’d want to do such strolling
| In a pair of rebuilt shoes.
Georgetown Electric Shoe
All Work Guaranteed
Dr. H. L. Patterson
City Nat’l Bank Building
Office Phone............. • 319
First Class Shoe Repairing
Next Door to Chamber of Commerce
W. H. Cowley, Tailor
QUICK SERVICE ALTERING
SUITS—$25.00 TO $55.00
Dr. W. J. Burcbam
Office Phone..... .........M7
Dr. Hobson Martin
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Brown, Rayburn. The Megaphone (Georgetown, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 22, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 26, 1929, newspaper, March 26, 1929; Georgetown, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth620689/m1/4/: accessed December 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Southwestern University.