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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 January 1916

M&jyf* * T? Mil? Jt fl JFL *L& ft JE^ .Fv Vol. 1 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 15, 1916 No. 1 NEW BMtMITOKT FOR RICE MEN Mm Y/W THIS WEEK TO HHMaSON 3 NORTON, CONTRACTOR#. IS TO New Wi& Accowmodwte Moa and Ww Be Ready for Occu- pancy at the Opening of the FaU Term This Year. 185 Another dormitory, the, Hrst building of the second residential group, will be built this spring and summer, and will be ready for occupancy by the beginning of the fall term. Plans for this build- ing have been accepted, bids were opened last Saturday, and the contract was let during the present week to Hor- ton & Horton, for $98,000. The structure will be to the west of the Hrst dormitory, and in direct line with it. The building will be 220 feet in length, and will reach within a short distance of the tennis courts. The tow- er will be Hve stories in height, and will be at the end the most distant from the other buildings. The rest of the hall will be three stories in height. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 January 1916

.3 - , the man of Rice <u$ urged to join with the staff in making it & successful and permanent puhlicaqon. The young women of Rice atone and unaided have in three short years or- ganized and kept going various clubs which have became very vital parta of the student Mfe. There is a itterary so- ciety with 49 interested members who never miss a meeting because they are always sure that something is going to happen, be it merely a good program or a good fight. There is a Y. W. C. A. imbued with true Christian charity and a marveious zeal for money making. There is a giee club whose Hrst public appearance is being anxiously antici- pated by their feltow students. There is a German club which recently opened its membership to include men, more from a spirit of generosity than from necessity, and there are others, smaller but equally active. The success of these and other organ- izations to which the girls have ient their support, assmes The Thresher that the enthusiastic co-opera...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 January 1916

THE V . * *v* LE8 HIBOUX. The next meeting of thta club will be held on January 18th at the home of Prof, and Mrs. Guerard, the foltowing program having been arranged for the occasion: Poem (aeiected)—Mr. Sudano. Song (selected)—Miss Opai Hali. Paper—Mrs. Bianch Bewail. Charades—Miss Lenore Waii, Mr. Wiii Nathan, Miss Heien McMaster. Les Hiboux meets every two weeks on Tuesday night at Prof. Guerard's home, and has been thriving wonderfuiiy since the meetings have been put at night in- stead of in the afternoon. The purpose of Les Hiboux is to foster a more inti- mate knowledge of French interests in generai—language, writers, country, habits and tastes, and an attempt to carry out this purpose is madWm evory^ program. French is used throughout the meetings in studies of French, lit- erature, informal discussions, in read ings of poetry, prose and drama, in games and in conversation. Musical se- lections by French composers are given, both vocal and instrumental. It is the club's am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 January 1916

THE THRESHER, JANUARY M. MM Van Dyck Studio !. Z. DUFRESNE. JRhofograp/M o/ Men/ WE CATER TO RICE INSTITUTE PATRONAGE f EtGHTH FLOOR KRESS BUILDING Name of SWEENEY AT THE SIGN OF THE CLOCK. fs a sign of discrimination and good taste, as well as a guarantee of quality. D/amonJs /ea?e/n/ &7^erM)are Cuf C/oss ^'ne CAfna Designing and constructing of jewelry. Fine repairing of jewelry and watches. , it's a genuine yet^e/er^ ^ert)/ce we offer you. -t iiunjiunill.ttd '-^ELEPWON^ PRESTON ^Sit 4<9 ^\afn at Pratrte HOUSTON-TEXAS ESTABL!SHEP]975 WE INVITE YOUR BANKING BUSINESS and feet confident that you witt be we!) pteased with the prompt, courteous attention afforded by this institution. The Union National Bank OF HOUSTON CAPITAL, $1,000,000 THU EMEAEETH BALDWW T-TTVW- ARY t^OCiETY FOR IBM. otlitERS J. S.tslf.'B, President i* Dt'XX. Yice-Pres. HAMMAN. Vice-Pres. . T. ('Ai;TEi:, Viee-Pre*. .IHSSt; H. JONES, Yice-Pres. Am; .\[. i,HVY. Vice-Pr68. C. C. PILLOT, Yice-Pres. .J. \[. ROCKWE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 January 1916

4^< fJ!^yj ^ -' , M .. < ..' . _ ' 1/, ' *3H—' vol. 1 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JANUARY 29, 1916 1Mb. 1 SENIOR CLASS MAKES PLANS MK H DTStXESS THAKMACTK!) TWO MtPOHTAKT MKETtXGiS. !N ( aps (MM! Ctwns To Be Worn One Bay Hath Weeh—Men Wit! Appear With Their Canen Kext Week. The Senior class Is showing unpre- cedented activity, having had two meet- ings during the past two weeks. The first meeting was taken up with a dis- cussion of the styie of gowns to be worn, the design, size and quaiity of the class ring, and the selection by the men of a cane from among a number of samples presented. it is the intention of the ciass to have their gowns here by the beginning of next term, when the cap and gown v.-ill be worn to classes one day each week. By doing fo the Seniors hope to enhance their naturai dignity and at the same time gradually accustom the lower classmen to the sight of such ap- parel about the campus. Another distinguishing mark of the Senior men wiil be the carryin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 January 1916

THE THRESHER. JANUARY *. MM THE THRESHER A fortnightly periodica! published by the studentH of the Hiee Institute at Houaton. TexHH. Hntert;d an eecond-ctasa matter at the i^patoifice !n Houston Texas. January. i!HH Mt % HATMS . 10c Six months .50c \\ !!,!. M. STAXHHSH Hditor-itt-l'hict' lU't:r;NMM!i'L!S. .. .. Ai:tnaKinK Editor iMTHSlUJV.W.. \ns<n-iatt'M<!itor ASSiBTAXT ED!T<HtS. n. woo'i nx A To^y()BitMH m'TH UtUHXSdX (Mr<uiation Manager J. I. A1AH!<HAM, J!:....Bu3inesslManagcr EDITORIAL IH! H'tXOH SYSTKM. At!hetn-!;iiniingof)h(-t)rnsM)t. term onK-at tionsol tite honor council did not tnc^t with the approval of sotnestu- it nts. n.ost of whom were Preshmcn. I'lii^. is perhaps the only titne that any action iakt n by this body ha- noi been ; !)!i[<-)y satisfactory to the whole stu- tim: liody.attd we believe that in the : case if those who disnp]<rove wii! cotisider the matter carefutty, they - ;H see that the cou-ncil acted in the iir.ly way consistent witit t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 January 1916

THE THRESHER. JANUARY 29. 19!6 *L.* CLUBS !'\<aXHK!UX<i ASSOHAT!OX. Wednesday, January 36. the f!rst taeetitiK of the Engineering Association for the present academic year was held in the ciub toons of the dormitory. Ar- rangements were competed for placing a picture of the ciub in the Campanile. H. t). Fuiweiier was ejected vice-presi- dent to take the place of.W. H. Bevan, wito did not return this year. It was decided to give a reguiar program every two weeks for the remainder of the ncho- ta'tic year. The Engineering Association was or- Kanixod last year hy the engineering students of the Institute for the purpose of giving its members information on engineering subjects not found in the reguiar courses, and especiaiiy to give students a ciear idea of exactiy what iieids the different branches of engineer- ing cover. Meetings are to be heid at frequent intervais when taiks on en- gineering subjects will be given by practicing engineers whenever it is pon- sibte to secure th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 29 January 1916

THE THRESHER. JANUARY 39. 1916 COLLEGE WOMEN'S TEA *!: ) . (^)!nn:^t, t'tvuMentofthf tin!),!* Hot-tts*. Th<' t'o!)e?:<'Wotiteu'sCiubofHous- }t;i was tendered a tea on the afternoon ,!'J;;iittary^attheitomeofthepresi'- <:<n of tiie (tub. At i s. Aibert Leon \':tny fiice Hirlsandproi'es- wives v.ere present. .iisst'nal Hal! rendered a vocwtsoio. '.itiii'iettyeenhcve." : Bohentlan 'A'!)-/'- the of whlt-h <.-,-i-ii.tenty ! '. (itt'iiUf!, andthe .t';it[itnht:e):t ity^iiss iioweherseif. * ..(.["ent'-nnisentiiuniastsheida Jattuiirs ^"t, for the «i'or%a.ni'!iHi;ft<'')a(s <?)]})<, the Behw W^fntwrB. p:-«*i<!(;w!. .i.-'.i:.t'r THU CAMPAXtLH tMAhOna M. M nt. M. Xathan "SdvctsHo, or the Buty of a Student." Persons of the Dtatoguo: Managemtes, ad-getter for the Cam- panite. Studentides. icyai heiiever !n ltice ac- tivities: incidentatly searcher after knowledge at the iiice Institute. Scehp: Htiildinm. Ctoister of Administration RICE DEFEATS SOUTHWESTERN (Continued fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 February 1916

npTTT? l ritL 1 tifLiv Vol. 1 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 12, 1916 No. 3 CHARITY GAME AT AUDITORIUM ATTRACTS A LARGE CROWD FASTEST AND HARDEST FOUGHT CAME OF THE SEASON. RICE WINS—33 TO 18 Second Game at Auditorium is Won From Tulane by Overwhelming Score of 42 to IS. Never before has Houston witnessed such a basketball game as that staged at the City Auditorium last Monday evening. It was the fastest, hardest fought, and consequently, the most in- teresting game ever played in Houston. An unusually large crowd saw the game, unusually large, because not only bas- ketball fans were attracted to see the game, but also many philanthropists. It was a charity benefit game which, ac- cording to the door receipts, helped the cause along to the amount of about $800. The big auditorium was not crowded, that could not be expected, but it was a record breaking crowd for a basketball^' game in Houston. Every box was occupied, and they were the scene of numerous gay parties, much co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 February 1916

THE THRESHER A fortnightly periodica) pubttahed by the atudmita of the Mice tnatltute st Houston, Texan. Hutered as nenond-tlaan matter at. the i'o:<toftiL'e in Houston Texas. January. 1918 m KATRs )'<-r < opy 10c Six months 50c WILL A). ST.YNOiSH Hdittn-pin-Chief Ht'CKXH MtLUS Managing Editor tttTtt St'LUVAX Aaaociate Editor \SSiS'!'.\Xt KDlTOltS. ' . it. wi<)'!-i;.\- A. Tti.\]t<'oHtaiE i:.\Y.\t"Xn HHOOKS. ltUTH ItOHlNSON HI.SHHTH rtQWR t*. i*. M<-KH\S!R Cirt'Hitition Manager f. I'. MAMKHAM. JR Muttinews Manager EDITORIAL rui: \t:\! ( AAU'WH K siAti\ ^omc titue ni!xt went: the Catupattile iat! tor next year is to be elected by the Junior. ctass. A tut along this tine we woutd ))ke !t< ,-uggnst a few tilings to the present Junior aiid Sophontore classes. The ['"[uniting of any antmat is a big under- taking. but the iirst one pubtished is doubty dilfieui'. The [tianning and originating of features that wit) make t;ie aiinuai distiut'tise of Hie school, and tin- r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 February 1916

THE FEBRUARY 12. 1916 APO!XMaEM TO LOXOFHLLEW. Merry Garden. Died from exposure, complica- tions setting in which resulted in a severe case of censure. Remains wiii be in state at the otfice to- morrow where they may be viewed by friends. If the Stude who sneaked up to our Editor-in-Chief and slipped him a bum half doHar for a subscription to be mailed to a femaie friend, doesn't return and make said counterfeit good we wiii be obliged to publish the names of both parties. You Xante H. A marvelous bird is the Dormitory fowl; !t might be a chicken or It might be an Owl; Ninety-eight wings and long necks ga- iore, Gizzards and livers it has by the score, A foot and a head and sometimes a feather, And slabs of meat that are tough as leather; A11 cooked in a bunch that you can't figure out, Which gives forth fumes that are very, very stout. It's not like the chicken that mother used to cook, ^ Looks more like a raven, a crow or a rook. Hut I'd better stop iest the censors howl, Should I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 February 1916

THE THHMMHHBR* MARY H.MH PRESIDENT HIBBEN ADDRESSES STUDENTS (Continued from Page One.) are Bent out from these watts of priv- ilege to be of benefit to our fellow men. "Again, none of you showld be satis- fied, evdn in preparatory days, with mediocre attainment. We hear much these days of the average woman, of the average man. You are of the priv- ileged eiass here, otherwise you wouid not be in this institution. More is ex- pected of you than mediocre attainment. Let me urge that you do not shrink from your responsibility, and from the path that you should tread. "When you feei a willingness to en- ter upon a branch of activity along the line of least resistance, then I wouid like to have you think of those immor- tal words of Kant, I can, because I should.' When you go along the line of duty, you feel equal to the task. "Finally, in order that you may pre-, pare yourseives for the emergency, for the difficult task which may come to you. you must maintain the spirit of fidelity to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 February 1916

THE THRESHER Vol. 1 MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 26, 1916 No. 4 THE NEWLY ELECTED STAFF FOR NEXT YEAR 8 ( AMPAMILE. % ALBERT TOMFOHRDE W. B. TEAL (i. W. X. EGGERS TOMFOHRDE, TEAL AND EGGERS ELECTED ON CAMPANILE STAFF JUNIORS ARRANGE FOR PUBLISHING NEXT YEAR'S ANNUAL-VARI- OUS PROPOSALS CONSIDERED. The Junior class on Wednesday, the 16th, elected the staff for next year's Campanile. Mr. Albert Tomfohrde was chosen editor-in-chief; Mr. W. B. Teal, assistant editor, and G. W. N. Eggers, business manager. The rest of the staff will be chosen by these three after they determine upon the way in which it shall be organized. Mr. Tomfohrde is a Houston boy, well known in the city and at the Institute. He has been a star football player and is at present captain of Rice's basket- ball team that came so near winning the State championship. His class rec- ord is exceptionally good and at pres- ent he is coaching the Freshmen who failed in German. Mr. Teal is from Dallas. He was conne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 February 1916

2 THE THRESHER \ fortnightly periodica) published by the students of the ftice tnstitute at Houston. Texas. tint,.fed as second-ctass matter at the t'ostuffice in Houston Texas. January. 1918 HATH* <-<... ,opy i"c Sixntunths 30c Wil.t, At. STANHtSH Hditor-in-Chtef m cHXHAHHJS Managing Kditor UtTtt St't-LtVAX... A Hoc tat* Editor ASSISTANT HD1TOKS. <'. H. W'i'OTUX A. TOMt'UMMDE itAYMOND HitOOKS. RUTH JtOUlKSOX );i..-.!.i:'i'HHt)WE <-. I'. McKHXStB Circutation Manager .) ! .MA[tKHA2il. Jit. . ..Business MatuJgjpr EDITORIAL THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 36, MM i ... rut: t oxt'Esr A\o rm: <-<T EHAHY M()HKT!KS. It, tite neat future itice's orators will contest for tlte honor of representing tltc ncitooi in the State oratorical con- test at Austin, to be heid under Oie au- s])i< es of tite intercoilegiate Peace Asso- ciation. Eacii of the literary societies wiii seiect two members to take part, at!(! two tnen frotn the schooi at large may enter if they so desire. This is ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 February 1916

THE THRESHER. FEBRUARY 26, M16 HONOR COUNCIL CONSTITUTION Acting upon Dr. Lovett's suggestion the present Senior class in 1912 intro duced the Honor System at Rice. A council was elected and a temporary constitution was adopted. In 1913 a councii composed of members of the present Junior and Senior ciasses made a few changes in this document and placed it before the student body. Af- ter a slight discussion It was accepted as the permanent constitution of the Hon or System. In order to make clear to the younger students of Rice the duties of the council and to aid In removing the air of mystery which at present sur rounds it, it has been decided to pub lish the constitution. Constitution of the Honor System of the Rice Institute. The Honor System shall be governed and controlled by a body of representa- tive students to be known as the student council. The duties of the council shall be to govern matters pertaining to the honor and welfare of the school as a whole. This body shall n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 February 1916

THB THEBSHER, FEBRUARY It, MM 9 it has ever been the custom So the knowing people say, To start off such a column With a poem or a tay. That I atn not a rhymster I've tnatle free to confess. So let your contributions Hegin this fooiishness. So once more I must beg you Let me have your rhyme, So it may head the column When it appears next time. Hay after day, day after day, We stuck, nor breath nor motion, Without a vestige of a thought \or e en a witty notion. Hem Ye! Hutlbrook and Mergmann rail from );i<ei'iei(i to the Residential Haii. Giggles from heroine and observer*. Flight of observer*. ACTH. Place—University eampus, vicinity of Residential Hall, old wing. Time—3:00 a. m. Characters: A departing coupie. She—Dainty as a Rose. He—Escort. A Stag. Action—Stag calls heroine aside, es- cort considerately proceeds "with never a look behind." The clatter of a Yankee dime was heard by passers-by. Epilogue. When coming to next danee please wear smoked glasses and cotton In ears. Stu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 March 1916

THE THRESHER Vol. 1 RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 11, 1916 No. 5 RAYZOR WINS FIRST PLACE IN ORATORICAL CONTEST M!LH8 TAKES SECOND PLACE- WH,h BE ALTERNATE. BOTH O^L MEN WIN Seven Contestants Enter the Elimina- tion—AU Have Splendid Speeches. J. Newton Rayzor, representing the Owl Literary Society, won first place in the eliminations for the State Peace ora- torical contest Tuesday night. Eugene R. Miilis, also of the Owl Society, came next highest and will be the alternate. There were seven contestants for the honor of representing Rice at the State contest, which will be held at Austin in April. Mr. Rayzor last year won third place in the State contest, representing North- west Texas Normal. At this contest Miss Kalb, representing Rice, won first place. Neither Miss Kalb nor any other girls competed in the eliminations this year. As Dr. Guerard put it, they did not compete in order to give the boys a chance this year. Dr. Guerard presided at the meeting in the faculty chamb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 March 1916

* THE THRESHER. MARCH U, 1916 THE THRESHER A fottninhtty periodica! published by the sUtdtntHoftheHiceJuftituteat iiounLon, Texas. Applit-ali'*n Ku* entry as secend-t'lasK ttmtter a! the i'<)8t<if!'ice at Houston, Texa**, pending. srMirrioA nn us i'treopy .. Rixintniths .10c .50t: A!. STAX!HKH.. H'.CHXRAi'LfJS,,.,., ...Mditor-in-fhief ..ManaHtng Editor ..ARsoeiatelgditor ASBiSrAXT UDITOHR. <'. !i. WOOTUX A.T(^ii<'OMHDE HAYMOM) iinooK^. Hum nomxsox (\!'. ^lrKHXX!H.....Cir(-uIalion Manager J. P. l\l.\m<!!A.\l,.Ht....Business Manager EDITORIAL A Senior girt the other dtty, while t't'"!!j))iuitit<inKitse'r)treniiora^Kwhoie, loon occwMon to remark )im{ our edi- tot!;!i;-\scre.'-o!itt-tinies rather (ritica). \V< -to not wis!) to net the reputation of loin: tmtittimiers;we<ioiiotti)inkit ;-)tnL-!::i^-ioHo!ac'j[iegeitewm)aperio n-tit-eitiit'asthecorreeteroiaHevi!}', .s.Hit:t!^-e\i1sa('tnai]yexist;nmtwe Itujt. t)tntin ibe future we.shaii Hot itave occayi-^n to pubiish...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 March 1916

c THE THRESHER, MARCH H, 1916 And lately, up and down our hedged lanes The Senior, with the gravity he feigns Comes promenading; and upon his arm— Oh, little fishes, see! they're here—the canes! The cane, of modern Knight the sword and lance, Handled with loving care, and yet, perchance, When meet respect for wisdom is deniect May serve quite well to dust the Freshman's pants. O. Mark Kiam. Engineers, Take Notice! Junior Engineer Student: "I wonder where they get this mineral wool from, anyway?" Real Engineer: "Oh, they got this when they sheared that new hydraulic ram in the lab." Peace Contest Orator: "These souls meet on the battlefield and blow each other to pieces, and what is left?" Too metaphysical for us. Spring it on Dr. Tsanoff. When Will Men Cease to Love? When the lion eats grass like an ox, And the angleworm swailows the whale; When the robins knit woolen socks, And the hare is outrun by the snail. When Ash creep over dry land, And mules on velocipedes ride; When foxes ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 March 1916

THE THRESHER. MARCH M. 1916 (xr>o SHOTWELLS RELIABILITY We hre now Showing our Complete Line of Fruhauf, Skolny and Pitform /or *SjpWMg*. We can At you in English, semi-English and Nor- folk styles, in blues, browns, greys, greens or mixtures. Prices range /P ^.#(3 We will appreciate it if you will come in and look them over; they are made to please you. Stetson and Knapp Hats for Spring It is true that to a large extent clothes make the man, but it takes a hat to "cap the climax." We have just received our stock of Spring Caps —pleasing caps in every design and color. When there is anything new in caps, we show it first. H f ;?/*<? //r .//'ry/ /<? y/*ow /<%<? y/y/t^r j'o?/ / /or Cros^ Lcof/ier Goo^ MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS 1 WHEN YOU ARE IN TOWN J BARR1NGERN0RT0NS WIN FROM OWLS n.' on t i n u ed 1't*o m Pa One.t ttitfavnrahle day for baseball. The wind wa. hbnving against the batter, which ni ne^era! instances, robbed the batter of a long hit. The Score. <...

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